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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
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Creation Date: April 18, 2002
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1508 HWY 431-5
ALBERTyIVLLE I L E AL






Meet Stretch

Photo & story Pg.4A

Hurricane Ready?

Photo & story Pg.1B

Roy Lee Says...

Pg.7B

Letters to the Editor


Police Reports'
Sports
Obituaries
School News
Worship Choices
Honor Rolls


Pg.2B
Pg. 7A
Pg,8A
Pg. 7A
Pg. 4B
Pg. 6B
Pg. 4B+


Voter Registra-
Stion and Candi-
date Qualifying
Registration books are now
open for P6rt~St. Joe residents
who wish to register for the May
elections, or make, any changes to
their voter's registration.
Registration will remain open.
until 5 p.m. EST Monday.
The qualifying period for can-
didates for the Group 3 and
Group 4 seats on the Port St. Joe
City. Commission- begins. noon
April 17 and ends at noon April
24.1
Election day is May 14.


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64th Y2*00


Mock Accident Staged
Sc


Teaches S
by Tim Croft
Bent and twisted metal lit-
tered the roadway.
Blood splatters traced a path
to the gnarled remnants of two
cars which'had just been involved,
in a head-on collision.
A frantic call for help went out
over a 'cell' phone: friends were%
bleeding, dying, help was needed
right away.
In a few minutes, sirehs and
lights signaled that police :had
converged on the horrific scene.,
A short time later, emergency
i medical, fire and rescue trucks
blazed' up, their occupants
spilling out and getting to work
like a'hive of bees honing in on a
budding flower.
'o The scene playing out in front
of them wasn't about life, but:
death.
Ultimately a .i helicopter
arrived to life-flight one victim to
the nearest trauma hospital,


Strong Lesso.
while a hearse prepared two oth -
ers for far' more somber destina-
tions.
Another driver, though
injured, was en route to receive
medical attention before being
escorted to jail.
It was an all-too-real scene
played-out in something close to
real time.
The action, however, was
actually. a reality show for 'the
gathered students of Port St. Joe
High School.
The setting was the school
parking lot, where Port St. Joe
police, the Gulf County Sheriffs
Office, county EMS and ESU and
Comforter Funeral Home partici-
pated in a mock dnil demonstrat-
ing the potential physical and
emotional impacts of unsafe dri-
ving. particularly drunk driving.
; "It's real, it's freaky," said
Charia Atkins, 14; who played a
friend who arrived on the scene of


z to Students Through Realistic Crash


'the accident shortly after the col-
lision.


"Once you see that it is your
friends, it just Ireaks you. I %will


(See ACCIDENT on Page 6)


Board Creates "Second Chance


School-Principal Truby to Resign

by Tim Croft .middle schools," .Kelley said. would happen.'
Students expelled from coun- The board unanimously sup-
ty schools will now have the ported the concept., 'Truby Resigns at Wewa High.'
opportunity to continue their edu-' "I'm excited about the Second Also on Tuesday, .the board
cation in an alternative setting. Chance program," ,said board agreed. to begin; advertising for
The 'Gulf. County School member' Bill Quinn 'Jr. "I'v SeeSchool Board on Page 3)
'Board on Tuesday approved a wanted it and wondered when it ( So ol ... a
proposal from Superintendent Time to SignUp for
Jerm Kelleyt4oestablish a Second Its T ie to Sig Up-for
-Chance school in the old Gull
Count Adult School building inSuer Water/Sewer Rates
POr Sit Joe..U.r ...


'The school would be staffed
and operated by s-hifting, current
district personnel.
In approving the proposal, the
School Board addressed a press-
ing issue evidenced by a record
number of expulsions this year.
according to Kelley.
S"To expel a kid without any
educational services, I think. is
detrimentall to the child)." Kelley
said, noting the distinct has an
obligation' to try to reach and,
teach troubled students.
:With the old Adult School
building sitting empty a facility
was available .
'And given the tough econom-
ic. times for -the 'district, Kelley
indicated a little juggling of per-
sonnei could make the school a
reality for the 2002-2003 school
year.
"I think this would greatly
assist the high schools and the


James B. Benny' Roberts has
announced his candidacy for Port
St. Joe city commissioner Group
..3. ,


JAMES "BENNY" ROBERTS

Retired from work and
employment responsibilities,
Roberts states he is able to' offer
his full time to the citizens of Port
St. Joe. He feels that his long
experience in city government
makes his well qualified for the
job.
The candidate moved to Port
St. Joe in 1944, attended Port St.
Joe High School, Georgia Military
College on a basketball scholar-


Port St. Joe city. commission-
ers are moving forward with,
'annual effort: to ease the cost for.
residents using city, water to irri-
gate their yards, fill swimming.
pools or whatever summer.activity
they might have inm rrund that,
requires a greater use of water. .
Commissioners agreed that
residents can sign up for these
summer, rates, which will be in
effect from May through October.
City Clerk Pauline Pendarvis
explained that the city
water/sewer department ,would,
use the past six months bills to
derive an average cost for sewer
service. This average sewer
charge, will remain constant on
the monthly sewer rate billed to
residents who sign up for the,
summer service., ,
Normally sewer rates .are
established on a one-to-one ratio
against water usage amounts.


ship, and then served in the U.S.
Army, for three years. He is mar-.
ried to the former Ann Kenney
with three grown children arid six
grandchildren.
Roberts is an active member
of the First Methodist Chruch and
Men's Club, and is a familiar sight
at the church, as well as around
the community, and school "cook-
ing up" the late Zedoc Baxter's
famous barbecued chicken.
In addition" to his voluntary
cooking, Roberts also gives freely
of his time and service to help out
various civic, and school 'organi-
zations in any way he can.
After retiring from 25 years
with Arizona Chemical, Roberts
worked for the city as recreation-
director, providing programs for
children 'and adults in various
sports activities.
If elected Roberts says he will
work to make the boat ramp at
the end of 5th Street a better
place to launch a boat. He will
also work to get a soccer field for
the many users in the area. He
would like to continue to work
toward a sports complex as
money becomes available. Roberts
would like to, see new industry
brought into Port St. Joe and
taxes held to a minimum. Your
continuedd support would be
appreciated.


'From May through October sum-
mer water usages above the past
six months' average would be
billed as water usage only without
sewer charges being applied. You
must apply for the special rates.
Water service costs residents-
$2.00 per thousand gallons of,
water used and sewer service is
applied at a rate of S2.50 per,
thousand gallons of water used.
If a resident uses 10,000 gal-
Ions of water on an average month.
their bill for usage would be
$45.00-LS20 for water 'and $25
for sewer. Under summer rates
the same customer would .be
billed for water only for all usage
.above 10.000 gallons. If the cus-
tomer uses 15.000 gallons of,
water the bill would be only $10
more (S55.00) because the addi-
tional 5.000 gallons of water
would be billed at $2.00 per gallon
fof water usage only;.
Residents must apply for 'this.
service at Port St..Joe City Hall.
SOCCER FIELDS
City commissioners arid the
Gulf County School Board seem
very close to an agreement for the
city to utilize (lease) school prop-
erty near the Port St. Joe High
School track to construct a new
regulation size soccer complex.
Commissioner Benny Roberts.
said there was still some concern
.about a need for a.buffer zone
between the track and soccer
field, but he felt those issues
could be resolved. The School
Board is planning to meet Friday
morning to finalize a lease plan.
ANOTHER BUSINESS
*Set up a workshop for 4:00,
p.m. Monday to review a subdivi-
sion plat approval. The develop-
ment is located off Garrison Ave.
S. Mayor Frank Pate extended
thanks 'to Gulf County commis-
sioners for agreeing to work with
the city on annexation issues.
Commissioner Eugene Raffield
also noted their assistance with
city recreation funding require-
ments.
*Agreed to the list of names
submitted as poll workers for the
upcoming city election.
.Received final payment for
the fire station construction proj-
ect from the city's insurance car-
rier. The fire station was damaged
during a storm event. Repairs .to
the building cost approximately
$330,000.
*Discussed several of the
planters being too close to the
roadway along Reid Avenue.


Charla Atkins, left, frantically phones 911 after arriving on the scene of an "accident" involving her
friends, including Haley York, on the ground.



Wewahitchi a Elementary Named


As Distinguished Title I School


by, Tim Croft. .
According to Webster's, to be-
distinguished is to be marked by
excellence or eminence.
When it comes to educating
the poor, Wewahitchka Elemen-
tan' apparently fits the bill.
Just ask the Florida Depart-
ment of Education or the U.S.,
Department of Education.
Wewahitchka Elementary has
been selected a national Distin-
guished Title I School for the
2001 -2002 school year for, as
cited by a national, board, steady
academic progress by students,'
professional growth by- faculty.
and providing access to 'a wide
range of programs to all children.
The award is sponsored by.
the U.S. Department of Education
in conjunction with the National
Association of State Title I Direc-
tors (NASTID).
W\ewahi'tchka Elementary was
one of just 70 schools nationwide
so.honored this year.,
Just five schools in Florida
earned the distinction, including
three iin the Panhandle:
Wewahitchka Elementary,
Blountstown Elementary and an
elementary school in Santa .Rosa.
County."-
And while considering those,
numbers ponder one more: there
are nearly 1,200 Title I schools in
.Florida alone.
"The award means they are
doing a pretty fine job and as
such other schools should'look at
them, see what they are doing
right and follow their examples,"
said Dr. Richard Long, executive
director of NASTID in Washington
SD;C.
"And it means the teachers in
that school have people who are
leading them who know how to
use available resources."
Title I schools are those
where a certain percentage of stu-
dents 57 percent in the case of
Wewahitchka Elementary are
eligible for free or reduced meal
programs.
Such schools', predominantly
elementary schools according to
Long, serve a majority of students
who come from poor 'or broken
households.
They typically start behind in
school and struggle just trying to
catch up.
The national Distinguished
Title I School award reflects in
part three years of progress
Wewahitchka Elementary has


realized in standardized assess-
- ment tests and other programs. ,.
In three years the school has
moved up two grade levels under
the state's grading formula for
*schools from a C to a B to an A
in 2000-2001.
Progress in Stanford 9 arid
the Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test (FCAT) have
tracked parallel upward arcs.
"Achievrnent data like that is
very important," (in selecting the
distinguished, Title I schools).
Long said. :
For example, three years ago
just' 22 percent of Wewahitchka
Elementary's students were able
to read at level 2 on the FCAT
reading test.
That number was 82 'percent
last year.
The school implemented 'a
rairibow of programs, to, address
educational issues.
A writing program encourages
pre-writing and critical thinking.
Reading has become a class-
room staple beyond basic English'
courses toimath, science or social
studies classes.
A computer lab was so suc-
cessful in remediation of strug-
gling students that a second lab
was established.,
Individual improvement plans


mapped out goals and the paths
to get there for struggling stu-
dents.
"Everybody is doing the same
things." said pnncipal Clayton
Wooten. "Everybody works hard
at improving radirig, writing and
math."
Other factors weigh in the
selection of a Distinguished Title I
School.
They include, according to
information from NASTID, atten-
dance, opportunities for .children'
to reach advanced levels ofpei-f6r-
mande, professional development
for instructors, curriculum -and
instruction in support .of high
standards, parent and communi-'
ty involvement and certain
achievement objectives.
A review team from the Flori-.
daDepartmient of Education came
to Wewahitchka Elementary to
examine data and verify program
implementation and results.
"The folks who came- here,
they were really impressed with
the school," said Superintendent
Jerry Kelley.
"This is quite an honor, a first
for Gulf County. It's a pretty big
deal and a very prestigious
award."
Wooten and seven teachers
will make a trip to San Francisco'
(See Distinguished on Page 3)


I have had the privilege of
serving on the Gulf County School
Board for the last 7 1/2 years. I
do not plan to seek reelection to a
third term as I am in favor of term


limits. I think .that periodic
change among members of a
board or. commission is impor-
tant in achieving progress; new
perspectives and ideas enhance
the effectiveness of an elected
body. I was among the majority of
Floridians who voted for term lim-
its a few years ago.
During my tenure, I have tried
to represent all of the students in
Gulf County. I am proud of the
fact that, due to the concerted
efforts of teachers and adminis-
trators, we have three "A" schools
in the county.
I sincerely appreciate the sup-
port of the citizens of Gulf County,
especially those in District 2 who
elected me to represent them dur-
ing the last eight years. I will con-
tinue to maintain a'strong interest
in the progress of all aspects of
the educational program in Gulf
County.


Benny Roberts Announces Plans

To Seek Re-election to PSJ Board
1, ,T w ,'


Mary Pridgeon Is NotSeeking

Re-Election for School Board Seat


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The Star

PAGE TWO THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2002


OL TO N Hunker Down With Kes byKesley Colbert
"-: COLUMNN.


Miss Ina And The Dog


For All Those


Born Before1945

A reader dropped this piece, by the office Monday,
and I thought folks would enjoy it as much as I did. Of
course, I was born after 1945 ('51), but I can still relate
to much of what is said below.
We are Survivors! Consider the changes we have
witnessed:
We were born; before television, before penicillin,
before polio shots, frozen foods, Xerox, plastic, contact
lenses, Frisbees and the PILL.
We were born before radar, credit cards, split atoms.
laser beams and ball-point pens, before pantyhose.
dishwashers, clothes dryers, electric' blankets. air con-
ditioners, drip-dry clothes-and before man walked on
the moon.
We got married. first and then lived together. How
quaint can you be?
In our time, closets were for clothes, not for "'coming
out of'. Bunnies were small rabbits, and rabbits were
not Volkswagens. Designer Jeans were scheming girls
named Jean or Jeanne, and having a meaningful rela-
tionship meant getting along well with our cousins.
We thought fast food was what you ate during Lent,
and Outer Space was the back of the Riviera Theatre.
We were before house-husbands, gay rights, com-
puter dating, dual careers and commuter marriages.
We were before day-care centers, group therapy and
nursing homes. We never heard of FM radio, tape
decks, electric typewriters, artificial hearts, word
processors, yogurt and guys wearing earrings. For us,
time-sharing meant togetherness-not commuters or
condominiums: a "chip" meant a piece of wood; hard-
ware meant hardware and software wasn't even a
word.
In 19,40, "made in Japan" meant junk and the term
"making out" referred to how you did on your exam.
Pizzas, "McDonald's" and instant coffee were unheard
of. '"- -
We hit the scene when there were 5-and- 10 < stores.
where you bought things for five and ten cents.
Saniders or Wilson's sold ice cream cones for a nickel or
a dime. For one nickel you could ride a street car, make
a phone call, buy a Pepsi or enough stamps to mail one
letter and two postcards. You could buy a new Chevy
Coupe for $600, but who could afford one; a pity too,
because gas was 114f a gallon!
In our day, cigarette smoking was not fashionable.
GRASS was mowed. COKE was a cold drink, and POT
was something you cooked in. ROCK MUSIC was a
Grandma's lullaby, and AIDS were helpers in the prin-
cipal's office..
We were certainly not before the difference between
the sexes was discovered, but we were surely before the
sex, change; we made do with what we had. And we
were the last. generation that was so dumb as to think
you needed a husband to have a baby!
No wonder we are so confused and there is such
a generation gap today! ., ,
BUT WE SURVIVED!!!!! ,
S---Selected


Cathy left me. Again. She gets
a day or two, or God forbid, a
week-and she's got those itchy
feet. And a son in. Nashivile,"
Tennessee.
I don't rate as high as a soi.


She makes no pretense concerning
such matters.
She left. on Fnrday morning.
I II be back Sunday week.'
"Sunday week!" That's a week
and a hall Who's going to cook
anrl wash and straighten my
hats....
I was pretty lonely by Friday
afternoon. And a little-'hungry on
Saturday morning. I found some
cereal in a bottom cabinet and was
munching away when the dog
started running into the back door.


I thought he was going to bust
right through before I could get it
open....
'O0. K.. big guy, [ forgot to feed
you, but let me tell you. I ain I
exactly feasting here myself'
I was working on my cornfi-
akes while he wolfed down a sec-
ond can of Alpo, ",Hank, you're not
suppose to be in' the house, you're
an outside dog!"
He looked around as if to see if
anyone was watching 'and then
shrugged his shoulders. I read him


loud and clear. We're home alone.
You are in charge. ~Itho is going to
know?"
It was such a convincing argu-
ment I let him stay. And you know.
[ began to eyeball those meaty Beef-
and Rice AJpo chunks. They actu-
.Ally looked a lot better than my dry"
cereal....
We went running Sunday after
church, "Hank, I've got to do some-
thing about getting some real food.
I've got' that Whitman's Sampler
that Cathy left me for Easter, 'but
I'm going to save that till we get
desperate." '
He looked back and 'rolled his
eyes, "What do you mean, we, pale-
face!"
I ate the'resf'of the cornflakes.
He had two more cans of Alpo.
Miss Ina called Monday.
"Kesley, will you come for supper?
What do you like? 'I can fix any-
-thing .
Bless her wonderful heart! It
didn't matter! If ift didn't have a
rooster, or a golden retriever on the,
box, I can.eat it!
Miss Ina has been around long
enough to' know how to cook,
believe. you mel And she outdid
herself with this meal! I gorged-
myself on steak and rice, gravy-,.
pinto beans and cornbread. Let'me
tell you, Miss Ina makes.real corn-
bread-not that watered. down
three parts sugar, congloberated
with margarine, fluffed up stuff
that so many are wont to turn out
today. And did mention the blue-
berry cobbler.... :
The trick was to keep eating
when -she wasn't. looking. But.
you've .got to get up earlier than
that to run something by Miss ina!
She somehow sensed my hollyw
stomach and loaded me up with
bowls of take home stuff. And she
pulled out a fruitcake for, the road!
It wasn't one of those measly pen-
ni'weight two pounders either!
When Miss Ina hands you one of
her homemade fruitcakes you've
got 0o .set everything down and
(reach with both hands! '"- -
NMe and the dog ate pretty g6bti"
for 'the' "ne couplee of days.'
'Course. I hurt his feelings about
the fruitcake-but let me tell you. I,
don't share Miss Ina's fruitcake
with my own children!
SI took the church gang to
Panama City in the middle of the
week. 'Mr Kes, would, you like
some of my bread .sticks?" 1'Would .!'
I eased around among the. kids,'
helping myself when one of them' .
looked the other way.
The d(og was banging into the
dooi- when I got home. 'badgum it,
Hank. I forgot to feed you before I1
left. Hey, ,I' did pretty good'
tonight.....
He wasn't 'listening. He was
buried in the Alpo bowl. He fin-
ished and curled up on the coach.
"Dog, you've got to go outside.
Cathy would have a fit if she -
caught you on her sofal" -Haik'
looked around and shrugged his
shoulders. "0. K., but don't leave.
(See KEMLEY ON PAGE 3)


Rooting Fp Local Dialysis Cd


IT MAY SEEM SELFISH of
me, but I read with personal sat-
isfadtion of the pending kidney
dialysis clinic to be provided
here. .. ,
SI'll probably have use of the
clinic before long and I don't rel-
ish having to go to Panama City)
and spend the day for three days
a week.
I know, hordes ;'f people
drive over, there, five days a week,;
to and from work, .and think
nothing of it. But to be faced with:
the prospect of having to lie' on
your back three days a week,
attached to two hoses and nee-
dles in your arm, would be a lit-
tle tiresome.
Besides the trip over there,
three times a week, there would
be the interminable wait!
The article in the- paper two
weeks ago about the man who
was on dialysis, convinced me.
He just lived from dialysis to dial-
ysis, seemingly on the road all
the time.,
Not a desirable, way to live!


LAST YEAR, WHEN I first
.was diagnosed with kidney fail-
ure, I was sent to the Dialysis
Center to get 'prepped" as to
what to expect.
While I was there, I saw an
elderly woman finish her ses-
siori. She wandered around the
lobby like she was lost. She was
- in a daze and was shuffling
around like she could hardly go.
Another boy came, out of the
center, about 16 years old. He
wandered around in a daze while
I was there.
Then a 'slender Black man
came out, and he was sickle .
big time He could barely hold his


head up. The nurses made a
space for him to lie down on a
couch and held his head while he
filled a waste basket with vomit..
They, couldn't do anything for
him but apply cool .cloths to his.
forehead.
Then, a man from Port St.
Joe, whom I recognized. came
Sout and immediately flopped.
down in a chair to wait on his
buddy who was still on the
machine. They had been brought.,
over to the center by Gulf Public
Transportation, so the man had.
to wait until his:, .friend got!
through; after going through a
four hour session, himself.


WHEN YOU GET to the point
where you need dialysis. you're':
sick! Dialysis does a little to take
care of it, but not much and not
for long.
Dialysis barely keeps a per-
son alive under the best of condi-
tions. Some people fare pretty
good with it, but a great percent-
" age don't: It's just 4 stop, gap
treatment, keeping' you alive',
until you can get a kidney trans-
plant in a year or two.
The doctors told me I ani too
old to be considered for a trans-
plant, so when I have to go on
dialysis, it'sfor the rest of my life
It's so for so many who are on
dialysis.

A LOCAL DIALYSIS center
will make it so much better for
those who have to depend on it.
Anything tq add a little com-
fort to the process is more than
welcome.
i'm not on dialysis, yet, but if
I live long enough, I have a good
chance of having to go on it and I


enter

dread ithe three times a week to
the center in Panama City and
the wait. on top.of being hooked
to the machine.
It isn't something to look for-
ward to. '
Therefore, it might seem self-
ish on my part, to hope the
arrangements can be made to
have, it done ,here, where the
treatments will be limited to four,
hours a day, three days a week.
Dr. Tom Curry and Dr. Scott
Dean have. done a superb job of
keeping, 'me off the treatment,
thus far, but I know it can't go on
forever; not even for much
longer
.Any little help to make the
process easier will be appreciat-:
ed.

I DIDN'T MEAN to bore you
with my troubles, like this, but
I'm just interested in. seeing this
dialysis thing come to. pass. I
guess you would say I have a
selfish interest in the project.
The movement wasn't started


for my benefit, but if it comes to
pass. I'll be one of the one's o
benefit from it. :
I'll make,no bones about; it; -
I'm not particularly looking for-i
ward to the experience. I'm tired,'
already, of feeling ill all the time.
Yoia folks with good kidneys;
should do everything you cafn io
take care of them. The informa-,
tion I get' is that there aren't
enough replacement parts float-I
ing around out there to replace'
every one that goes bad evn'
if it happens while you are young,
enough to be eligible for, a transr
plant! '

I' HOPE YOU WILL join me
and get on the bandwagon' t6
help with approval of this dialy-
sis center for Port St. Joe.
There's more than one or' two of
us who need it! Desperately
Time is of the essence


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2002 PAGE 3A


School Board


principals at Wewahitchka High
and Middle schools.
-Dr. Bill Truby, who has
served as principal at Wewahitch-
ka High/Middle School the past
four years has tendered his resig-
nation, effective at the end of the
current school year, to accept a
teaching position out of state.
Next year the middle and high
schools will operate as essentially
separate schools and Kelley indi-
cated the district will advertise for
principals at both schools at the
same time, noting that many of
the candidates for each position


would be the same.
The search will begin in-
county, Kelly told the board.
Only if no suitable candidates
are found will the search move
out of the district, Kelley contin-
ued.
Public/Private Tension
The board also heard, from
Port St. Joe High School principal
Chris Earley concerning his
recent trip to Gainesville to speak
before the governing body of the
Florida High School Activities
Association.


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Sand personal property. and -4ddi-
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Distinguished


From Page 1A
to receive the. school's award later
this month.
The teachers were selected in
a good old fashioned lottery:
throw all the names in a hat and
draw. .. -
State grant and technology
funds, as well as Title I dollars,
will pay for their trip. No general
revenue dollars from the district
will be expended for the trip.
'-The three-day excursion .to
the West Coast, Long said, was,
deserved.
"For the most part if you are
doing a good job you are working
a heckuva a' lot of hours every
week," Long noted.
"And you are doing it week
after week, using available data to
reach and serve these kids and
you'don't do that between 8 a.m.
and 4 p.m. each day because you
are"in front of kids during that
e tim ." '; ....


Long said there has been a-
movement the past several years
to identify schools that serve a
high number of students who live
in poverty and still excel.
The program arrived simulta-
neq sly with a push across the
country for more school account-
ability.
-: The Distinguished Title I
School award program was initi-
'ated by the U.S. Department of
Education, but has been taken
over this year by NASTID through
a public/private partnership.


Kesley


fine art, jewelry, bronzes, Persian
rugs and much more will be
offered on both days. '
The auction is being' con-
ducted by "America's #1 Auction
Team", Auction Company of
America, auction company license
#1, .of.Miami.
The house is a one-of-a-kind
three story beachfront home
located at 108 South 20th Street
in beautiful Mexico Beach. Mexico
Beach is referred to as Florida's
"Forgotten Beach" with beautiful
white sand beaches in Florida's
panhandle. The property is situ-.
ated on a 110' x 450' lot. It fea-
tures three bedrooms,. three
bathrooms, plus two unfinished
rooms which could be converted
(See Auction on Page 7)


From Page 1A


Earley was there to speak in
support of a proposed rule which
would have required private
schools to multiply their enroll-
ments by 1.5 for purposes of clas-,
sifcation in FHSAA athletics.
For instance, a private school
with 400 students would be clas-
sified in athletics based on an
enrollment of 60Q0.
The rule was an attempt by
public schools to level the field a
bit with private schools that crit-
ics say, use scholarships and
other forms of financial aid and
inducements to build athletic jug-
gernauts in lower classifications.
Private schools in Miami and
Fort Lauderdale dominate Florida'
small-school. baseball. Two
Tampa area private schools own.
the small-school volleyball crown
All have had rosters dotted by
players from out of district, out of
state and even out of the country. '
Port St. Joe has been to the
state basketball Final Four nine
straight times and has seen a ver-
itable United, Nations of oppo-
nents from small private schools.
The proposed, rule change,,
however, 'was overwhelmingly,
defeated by the FHSAA governing
board. '
Earley indicated that. there is *'
a groundswell among Panhandle
public school coaches, pnncipals,.,"
superintendents and athletic
directors. particularly at small
Schools, to take further action.
Kelley said during a Monday
board workshop that one option.
though drastic, rmght be to pull
out of the FHSAA playoffs in cer-


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plant an oak tree on the PSJHS
campus in honor of late Lt. Cmdr.
Christopher M. Blaschum, a for-
mer Port St. Joe resident killed
last month in a training accident
while en route to the war in
Afghanistan.


; The board also approved a;
request from the PSJHS Class of
1982, which will soon celebrate
its 20-year reunion, 'to plant a
tree on campus in honor of all the
members of that class who have
passed away.


tain sports, such as football or
baseball.
"We are going to have to make
some very tough decisions," Ear-
ley said.
A meeting among some
coaches, principals and superin-
tendents from around the region
is scheduled to take place Mon-
day at Liberty County High School
in Bristol, Earley said.
Elarley and Kelley both indi-
cated they plan to attend.
In other action on Tuesday,
the board:
Approved a lease with the
Panhandle Area Education Con-'
sortium to build a wireless com-
munications tower on district
property at 513 E. River Road in
Wewahitchka.
The School Board will lease
the property for .$24,000 a year,
for the first year. The rent rises'
three percent per year during the
term of the lease.
SDecided to meet 9 a.m.' ET,
Fndav to vote on' a proposal to
allow the city of Port St. Joe to
begin clearing land adjacent to
the high school track for a city
soccer field. .: ;
The district would provide a,
25 year lease, a requirement for
the city to secure a $30,000 state
recreational and parks grant,
contingent on the city providing at
least a 50-foot buffer between the
track and the new soccer field and
bleachers.
Approved a request from
The Garden Club of Port St. Joe to


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any hairs on that couch. And don't,
mess-with any of my hats!" '
By Friday night I was down to,
the Whitman chocolates. I was
unwrapping the box when a few of
the kids from church stopped by,-
"Whatyadoin' Mr. Kes?"


Before I could answer that one
* girl who eats all the time was sam-
pling my sampler! When she start-
ed on the second layer Hank broke
into a low moan from underneath
the bay window. I couldn't tell if he
was laughing or crying.....
I choked down a dog biscuit,;
found a piece of'bread leftover
from Christmas dinner, and went
to bed dreaming of Miss Ina's
fruitcakes dropping 'out of' the
sky....a giant one plopped down
right beside me-"Hanki You,
ddummy, I told you to sleep in the.
wash room! You're not getting in
this bed.....0. ,K,, but don't you
dare touch that cover!"
We didn't .get to run on
Saturday. We were too busy vacu-
uming the couch and washing
-sheets and blankets...s. '
I went by Miss Ina's right
before dark to set her clock for-.
ward. I spied the food piled up on
the. counter before she opened the
door. "Kes, I didn't know if you had'
eaten or not. F fixed us a little
something."
Shoot, I was already counting
those sweet potatoes! I begin to
calculate how many I could eat
before, crossing the rude. line....
And I hurt myself on the lima
.beais and combread.
"Bless her heart again, she
wrapped up everything that was
left over and sent it home with me!
I had a corn pone-sweet potato
sandwich about 9:30. And another
before I went to bed. And one more
for breakfast the next morning.
Cathy rolled in that afternoon,
"How did everything go. Did you
miss me?"
"Oh, it was pretty tough. But I
managed to get by." ;
I heard ole Hank moaning
from the back potch....

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Stretching to Comfort Kids
by Tim Croft made of T-shirt fleece with rib- Ford noted. "Stretch" is a section on his ba
Requiring and receiving emer- bons for seat belts and felt rails She mentioned a recent call that is made of material on wh
agency medical 'attention is scary for a torso, arms and legs and feet during which a young child wailed, people can sign their names, st
enough for an adult. that are wheels so he can keep uncontrollably unless asked a as friends and family do with
For a young child it can be as on rolling. question. With something to mull cast on a broken arm or leg.
petrifying as a walk in a gloomy "Stretch" also has soothingly in her mind the child, quieted. "Stretch" first took root as
forest, as traumatic as a frighten- open blue or brown eyes and a But with her mind freed by concept in Ford's gray matter.
ing nightmare on a stormy night. heart he wears on his chest with each answer, her face would red- She worked on numeric
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Enter "Stretch.
"Stretch" is the soft cuddly
brainchild of Penny Ford of Gulf
County EMS who started batting
around ideas for a good child-
soothing accessory for the ambu-
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donated to the EMS for children.-.
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relate to. Something special,
something unique.
In his fleece and felt splendor,
"Stretch" is also part distraction,


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den into a mask of fright and her
eyes would well with tears.
"They are hurt and they are
-sc'ared," Ford -said. "Part of the
trick is to help kids, with their
fears -and give them a. distraction."
S For instance, when the EMS,
Technician listens to the child's
heart. the child' can look at
S"Stretch'"s heart and .'relate -to it,"
Ford.said.
When a child needs a Band-
i aid, he or. she can put, one on
tretch.".
"Stretch" can also be used as'
an instructional tool. As EMS
j technicians strap a child onto the'
stretcher. they can simultaneous-
: ly strap 'Stretch" snuggly tight
| with his own seat belts.
They can get really scaled
When you buckle them in," Ford
said
S' 'Part o lt is education."'Ford
continued. talking of "Stretch."
"It can help teach seat belt safety.
1 ,I' s. something they can' relate to
i'a'use kids don't always like
adults talking to them."
Another cool aspect of


sketches and full-color drawings,
imagining "Stretch" from various
angles, before she achieved *a
design with which she was com-
fortable.
EMS director Shane McGuffin
and Ford's husband, John, sta-
Uon manager. gave her encour-
agement.
'Her teenage daughters were
good sounding boards off which.
to bounce ideas.
She took her final design to
her mother-in-law Carolyn Ford.
"She's very creative, wonder-
fully so," Penny Ford said. "We
talked about what I wanted and
she said, 'Let me see what I can
do.'"
-.A .couple of weeks later,
" "Stretch varied.
It took Ford's mother-ifi-law
rw hours to make each individ-
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handmade and hand-s itched.
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have been, donated to. the local ,,..
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Stretch

(from, Page 4)
but futtlre aninials, Ford said,
could be. made in the red and
white colors'of theo Wewahitchka
schools or another community
. color scheme. ,
Ford has applied for a copy-
right on "Stretch", the only animal
of its kind that she knows of
She has filed the required
paperwork and expects to get a
determination on her copyright
patent sometime in the next eight
to 12 months.
Ford will also have to pick up
the labor- of making "Stretch."
Carolyn Ford made the first
batch, now, it's Penny's turn to
make the animals, which Ford
estimated cost about $'15 apiece,
including labor.
The work, she said, has paid
dividends in the smiles of the chil-
dren who have encountered
"Stretch" so far.
"I was just never satisfied
with what we had," Ford said. "We
wanted something that they could
relate to us, make the experience
(of needing emergency treatment)
a positive instead pf a negative."


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From left: Mrs. A.W. Thomas, grandmother of the bride-elect; Mrs.
Roger Thomas, mother of the bride-elect; Karen Thomas, bride-elect;
Mrs. David Richardson, mother of the groom; and Mrs. R.B.
Richardson, grandmother of the groom.


Bridal Shower for Karen Thomas


A bridal shower was given for
Karen Thomas, bride-elect of
Chris Richardson, on Saturday,
March 23, at the United
Pentecostal Church fellowship
hall. The Ladies Auxiliaries of
Beach Baptist and United
Pentecostal Churches hosted the
event.
The "hall was decorated with
the bride-elect's chosen colors of
lilac and white. Many friends and


relatives presented Karen with an
array of lovely gifts. The hostesses
presented the bride-elect with a
gift certificate for the purchase of
her. chosen china. The guests
enjoyed an assortment of home-
made sweets and finger foods pre-
pared by the hosteses.
The wedding will be April 20
at 1 p.m. in the First United
Methodist Church of Port St. Joe.
All friends and relatives are
invited to celebrate this joyous
occasion with Karen and Chris.


K- ali Costin and Elizabeth Jennewein

iCheerin' Cousins Kali & Elizabeth


Kali Costin and Elizabeth
.Jennewein, granddaughters of
'Sylvia Costin and the late Ashley
Costin, have been selected cheer-
leaders at their respective
schools.
Kali, daughter of Mark Costin
of Port St. Joe and Kelli McCarter
of Panama City was selected
cheerleader at Jenks 'Middle

Martin Speaks

to Wewa Women
Pam Martin, Regional
7Coordinator for the Domestic
Violence Program in Gulf County.
was the speaker at the April 10
ri meeting of the. Wewahitchka
Woman's Club. She was the guest
. of Mary Pridgeon, chairman of
public affairs.
Plans were finalized for the
craft booth at the Tupelo Festival
May 18. The May Banquet will be
held at Maxine's Restaurant on
May 13.
Hostesses for the day were
Dorothy Griffin, Emmie Young
and Betty Holloway.


School in Panama City.
Elizabeth, daughter of Leslie
(Costin) and& Don Jennewein of
Tampa was chosen for the Middle
School squac[ at St. John's
Episcopal Day School in Tampa.

PSJ Project Grad
Attention. parents of 2002
Port, St. Jpe' High School gradu-
ates-the next, and very impor-
tant, planAing meeting of the
Project Graduation committee will
be held on Monday, April 22nd,
beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the
school's Commons Area. It's still
not too late to join in the effort, so
be sure to attend and take part in
this worthwhile event.
Time is flying and commence-
ment exercises are fast approach-
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into place and plans made for an
alcohol- .and 'drug-free celebra-
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All concerned individuals are
encouraged to attend the meeting;
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Happy Birthday


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definitely be the designated driver
(when it comes to prom and grad-
uation festivities)."
And that, PSJHS principal
Chris Earley said, was really the
point.
The school had participated
in mock disaster drills in the past
- last year it was a bomb in the
school but the auto crash
demonstration came at an apt
time with prom and graduation
coming in the next month.
"Safe driving is really the.


message," Earley said. "It just
happens that this falls with prom
coming up and graduation com-
ing up.
"If one kid is saved here, we've
done our job."
While the specific drill played
out before hundreds of teenagers
involved a drunk driver, Jay
Smith, 911 operator for the Gulf
County Sheriffs Office also talked
to kids about driving while talking
on a cell phone or while eating a
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seat belt and "died" from head
and upper body injuries.
As she lay on the asphalt,
before and after a sheet was put
over her to signify her passing,
York found the whole show a little
too real for comfort.
"Laying there listening to
everything that was going on
scared the crap out of me," York


Emergency medical personnel attend to one "accident victim",
foreground, while workers use the Jaws of Life to extract another.
The lessons weren't solely "We're trying to give them
about the physical impacts of some knowledge to save their
bad driving, but the emotional lives," Smith said. "This is seri-
fallout suffered by crash survivors ous."
and those left behind by the dead. He didn't have to tell Halev
It was also about the costs, in York, 16, who played one of the
lives, money and time in prison., victims. "
that can come due when a person She was 'thrown" from the
gets behind the wheel drunk. car in which she was riding no
Everitt Band to Honor Dean
The Everitt Middle School School band. Everitt Middle
band will present two concerts on School is located in Springfield
Sunday. April 28 'as a tribute to- 'and was established in 1947.
Herman Dean. The band wi ll per-' The Everitt Eagles band
form before the sermon at the recently received a superior rating
First United Methodist Church at the Florida Bandmasters
and after the sermon at the First District Festival. Its members
Pentecostal Holiness Church at earned 52 superior medals and 44
the 11:00 services. excellent medals at the solo and


Mr. Dean is remembered
locally as the band director of Port
St. Joe High School from 1954
through 1966. He was instrumen-
tal in developing music education
in Northwest Florida as he started
both the Marianna High School
band and the Everitt Middle


ensemble competition in February
of this year. The band is directed
by Robin Downs. a Port St. Joe
graduate under Mr. Dean.
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former students of Mr. Dean are
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% Gulf County Sheriff Frank McKeithen awards local reside
George Core a plaque from the Florida SheriffS'Association re
ognizing Core's 25 years of outstanding service to area la
enforcement '


Sheriff's Beat
RECENT, BOOKINGS AT THE
GULF COUNTY JAIL ...
Wednesday, April. 10th-
Presley Robinson. 25. Panama
City. violation of probauon. dn-
ving while license suspended/
revoked: Sabina Daniels. 21. Port
St. Joe, violation of community
control, aggravated assault: Bar-
rett Lowry. 27. Port St. Joe. viola-
tion of probation. uttenng forged
instruments.
Thursday, Apni! Ith- Wil-
liam McDaniel. 42. Wewahitchka.
driving while license suspended/
revoked.
S Friday. Apnl 12th- Rodney
Adkison. 21. WVewahitchka. viola-
tion of probation. no valid drivers
license, possession of controlled
substance: Shawn Voyles, 21.
Wewahitchka. violation of proba-
tid A iO violation ol.-pFobation .
possession of alcohol under 21:
Maft-hew Justin Summers. 23.
.. l Port St. Joe. worthless checks.
'Saturday, Apnl 13th- Ronnie
Morgan. 47. Wewahitchka. viola-
tion of, probation; possession of
cocaine, cultivation of manjuana.
Sunday. April 14th-- Roy
Jones. 34, Panama City, child
support: Joe Jones, 50, Port St.
Joe, violation of probation, unlaw-
ful possession of drivers license:
Tammy Vokolek, 35, Gainesville.
q. GA, possession of .marijuana;
Christopher Coughlin, 25, Talla-
hassee, dnving while license sus-'
pended/revoked: Waiter Adcock,
36. Lawrenceville. GA, violation of
probation. domestic battery:
Tameka Black', 19, Port St. Joe.
leaving the, scene of'an accident.
possession of alcohol Linder 21:
Melissa Mitchell, 29, battery on
person over 65.
Monday April 15th- Robert
Stratton, 46, Port St. Joe, viola-
tion of probation, DUI; Debra
Savers, 41,, Oxerstreet. batter-':
SScott McAlister. 20, Mexico
Beach, possession w/intent to.
sell: Emma Yarrell, 20. Port St.
Joe. violation of probation. pos-
session of marijuana w/intent to
distribute; Wellington Farmer, 48,
Port St. Joe, aggravated assault,
fleeing. attempting to elude, pos-,
session marijuana. leaving the ;
scene of an accident.

SPSJPD Report

'Abina Daniels, 21 of Port St.'.
J doe, was arrested on April 10 on
ani active warrant for violation ,of
community control. Daniels was
placed under community control
for batterY on j school employee
and. aggravated assault- (both
third degree felonies). Daniels was
away from her residence viAthoutt
authorization on-three occasions,
violating her control,
POSSESSION
Tammy L. Vokolek, 35 of
Gainesville was arrested April 14
and charged with possession of
cannabis/less than twenty grams.
Vokolek was a passenger in a
vehicle -stopped for a traffic viola-
tion.
ACTIVE WARRANT
Walter G. Adcock, 36 of
Lawrenceville, GA, also a passen-
ger, was arrested on an active
warrant for violationn of probation
in Lake County, GA, where he was
found guilty of domestic battery.

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bicycle was recovered in the area
of the Stac House on 8th Street on
March 30, around 4:27 p.m., -If
your bicycle recently went miss-
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AA Meeting
Alcoholics Anonymous meets
at the Wewahitchka Community
Center every Wednesday night at
7:00 p.m.


Creva Thompson
Creva Ealthine Thompson
passed away at the age of 80, on
April 10. She was born December
22, 1921, the daughter of Arvey
Allen and Elizabeth Fleming. She
was a resident of Port St. Joe for
,20 years. She was preceded in
death by 18 siblings and two
daughters, Vivian McGlothen of
St. Mary's and Vera Blankenship
of Port St. Joe; and one grandson,
Vernon Blankenship of Port St.
Joe.
Surviving are one, brother,
Roger Allen of Ohio, one sister,
Eva Elsass of Florida; 11 grand-
children; 15 great-grandchildren;
and two great-great-grandchil-
dren..

Raymond Wilkes,
Raymond Wilkes, 57 of,
Callaway,' passed away on
Tuesday, April 9. He was a native
of Port St. Joe, had resided in
Callaway for the past 30 years,
and was a general contractor. He
was a loving father and grandfa-.
ther and loved the outdoors.
He was preceded in death by
:his loving. aunt, Mrs. Lessie Lee
McMullen' and his "Mama" Vicie
Viola Babb. Both had lived in Port
St. Joe'

He is survived by his former
wife and mother. of his. children,
Sheryl Wilkes of Callaway; his'
children, ,Raymond "Duke"
'Wilkes, Jr., Missy Swiech and
husband Eric of Callaway, Carol
"SissV'" Simmons Kennedy and
husband Mark of Beale AFB. CA:
Robin Wilkes of Ft. Walton Beach:
his grandchildren, Landon Swiech
and Morgan Swiech of Callaway,
Robbie Simmons and Albert Ray
Simmons of Ponce de Leon: and
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Grover
Newsome ol MNacon. GA: also
numerous other relatives.
Funeral services were held at
Comforter Funeral Home. Thurs-
day. April 11 at 2 p.m. ET.
Interment followed in Holly Hill
Cemetery.
Active pallbearers were Gary
Register. Ernie Ray Sweet. Robbie


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Clessie Babb and Floyd Babb.


Lucille McKnight
Lucille J. McKnight, longtime
resident of Port St. Joe, passed
away, Sunday, April 14, in a lopal
healthcare facility, Born in
Malone, she had lived in gulf
County since 1938 moving from
Blountstown, Mrs. McKnight was
a devoted wife and mother who
Enjoyed her children, grandchil-
dren and' other family members.
:She was a charter member of the
Long Avenue Baptist Church.
Mrs. McKnight was preceded
in death by her husband, Harry
McKnight and granddaughter,
Toni Suzanne Wilder. I
She is survived by one son,.
, Bob McKnight and wife, Marilyn
of Jacksonville, one daughter,
Diana Wilder and husband.
Walter of Howards Creek, grand-
children, Melanie Alexander and
husband, Steve of Davidson, NC,
Barry McKnight of Los Angeles,
CA, sister, Mary Belin and hus-
band, Leonard of Port St. Joe, sis-
ters-in-law, 'Daisy Johnson of Port
St. Joe and Flossie Johnson of
Decatur, AL, niece, Ann Salter
and husband, Terry of Prattville,
AL, nephews, Jim Belin and wife,
Cindy Belin of Port St. Joe and
Walter Johnson and wife. Joan of
WestPalm Beach, and eight great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, April 16, at 10:00 AM
EST in the Long Avenue Baptist
Church with Rev. John Adkins
officiating. Inriterment followed,' in
the Holly Hill Cemetern. The fol-
lowing gentlemen will serve as
active pallbearers, Barry
McKnight, Mike McKnight, Todd
Wilder, Tim Wilder, Jim Belin and'
David Player. Honorary pallbear-
ers were the deacons of Long
Avenue Baptist Church.
In lieu of flowers, contnbu-
tions may be sent to the Long
Avenue Baptist Church Nursery
Dept.. Gulf County Sr. Citizens
Meals-on-Wheels program or the
Bay St. Joseph Care and Rehab-
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The Wewahitchka Lions Club
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PORT ST. JOE 10, LIBERTY Co. 3
FRIDAY, APRIL 12TH
The Port St. Joe Sharks
clinched the No. 1 seed for the
District 3-2A Tournament with
Friday's 10-3 win over Liberty
County. The Sharks jumped out
to a 5-1 lead with-two runs in the
bottom of the first inning, and
three in the second. They added
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Freshman Travis Burge (5-1)
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He allowed two earned runs on
six hits and two walks.
Adam Hamm led the Sharks
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RBI. Dustin Powell was two for
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Cody Strickland, Travis Burge
and Steven Besore each had a
triple; and Chase Millender and
Zach Williams each added a
single.
LCHS 0. 10 0 1 0 1 -3 6 1
PSJ 230 2 12 x -10132'
PORT ST. JOE 10, R. F. MUNROE 0
TUESDAY, APRIL 16TH.
Port St. Joe improved to 13-9
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R. F. Munroe in five innings.
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Coach Keith Chiles, Stephen Gaddis, Shawna Bond and Brandon
Lyles.


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run in the Sharks' win over Liberty County.


the win on the mound, striking
out four batters and allowing one
hit in three innings. Knox struck
out two and walked three in two
innings, of relief.
Mike Manley led the Sharks.,
at the plate, going two for two
with two doubles. Adam Hamm
had a double and an RBI; Matt
Dailey had a single with two RBI;
SJustin McCroan and Josh Dailey
each had a single and an RBI;
Austin Horton had a triple; and
Bart Lowry, Kenny McFarland,
Bryan Thomas, and Smoky Parish
each,added a single.
The Sharks will host .The
Bank Classic Thursday arid
Friday., Rutherford will play
Quincy Shanks at 4:00 ET,
"followed by Port St. Joe versus';
Bay High at 7:00 on Thursday. On
Friday the Sharks will play,
Quincy Shanks at 4:00 and
Rutherford at 7:00.
The District 3-2A tourn-
ament begins Tuesday in Port St.
Joe with Liberty County and
Blountstown squaring of in the
semi-finals at 7:00 ET. The -
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against Arnold last week.


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comes falling down.


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Pole Vaul
The Port St. Joe track' team
sent three pole vaulters to
Gainesville this past' week. The
vaulters were invited to attend the
'Eve of the Tiger Invitational" held
at the University of Florida. This
event is hosted by Lake City'
Columbia High School and is.
presented by the ,U. S. Track
Coaches Assoc. Representing Port
St. Joe High School were Shawna
Bond, Brandon Lyles, Stephen
Gaddis and. Coach Keith Chiles.
Teams from : the central and
! southern end of the state were on
harnd to coinpete.
The girls' competition fielded'
approximately. 25 vaulters.
Shawna made the opening height
on her second attempt. While
Shawna and Brandon didn't
medal, it was a good experience
for both.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2002 PAGE 9A


Lady Gators Win




Two Shut Outs


Star


WEWAHITCHKA 14, AUCILLA 0
THURSDAY, APRIL 11TH
The Wewahitchka Lady
Gators exploded with 18 hits in
Thursday's 14-0 win over Aucilla
'Christian in a District 3-A game.
The Lady Gators jumped out to a
5-0 lead with two runs in the top
of .the first inning and three in the
second. They added three runs in
the sixth and six in the seventh
innings.
Judith Husband (19-0) struck
out eight batters, while allowing
only two hits and one walk in six
shutout innings. Tiffany Laird
pitched one inning of relief.
Brandi Sasser led the Lady
Gators at the plate, going four for
five with two RBI.- Judith
Husband,was three for five with a
double and six. RBI; Lindsay
Miller was two for four with a
double and two RBI; Jade Gaskin
Sas two for two with a double and
two RBI; and Christy Ward was
two for four with a pair of singles.
Laura Husband, Jill Pippin and
Tiffany Laird each added a single;
"We did everything well in this
game," said head coach Charles
Fortner.
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WEWAHITCHKA 8, 'R. F. MUNROE 0
FRIDAY, APRIL 12TH
Judith Husband tossed a
complete game two-hit shut-out
for her 20th win of the season, as
the Lady Gators defeated R. F.
Munroe 8-0 in the first game of
Friday's district double-header.
Husband (20-0) struck out nine
batters.
Lindsay Miller drove in three
runs with a bases loaded double
in the seventh inning. Judith
Husband, Britney Grice, Christy
Ward, and Halie Skiles each had a
single and an RBI; and Makayla
Henderson added a single.
"This was A good, well-played
game by both teams for six
innings," said Coach .Fortner.
"Then we broke it open in the
seventh with Lindsay's big hit,
and put the game out of reach."
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FRIDAY, APRIL 12TH
The Lady Gators broke a 1-1
tie with one run in the bottom of
the seventh inning to defeat the
Lady Bobcats 2-1 'in the night-
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WEWAHITCHKA 12, AUCILLA 0
THURSDAY, APRIL 11TH
Brandon Jones threw a
complete game three-hit shut-out
as Wewahitchka defeated Aucilla
Christian 12-0, .in Thursday
night's District 3-An match-up.
Jones (4-1) struck out nine
batters in seven innings.
The Gators took a 2-0 lead
with two runs in the top of the
fourth inning, then added seven
runs in the fifth and three in the
seventh.


Justin Rhodes was two for
fpur with a double and two RBI;
Beau Ludlum was two for four.
with a double and an RBI: and
Trampus Andrews went two for
lour with a pair of singles and an
RBI to lead the Gators (16-5, 9-1)
at the dlale. Bvron Jones had a
double: John Curtis Gates had a
single with two RBI; Hunter
Nunnery had an RBI single.
Justin Barnes and Brandon
Jones each had a single: and
Blake Rish and Ste\ie Peak each


drove in a run. -
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WEWAHITCHKA 1, LIBERTY Co. 6
FRIDAY, APRIL 12TH
Liberty County scored all the
runs they needed in the top of the
first inning, sending six Bulldogs,
across the plate in Friday's 6-1
win over Wewahitchka. The,
Gators ,dropped to 16-6 overall on
the season.
Jonathan Thomas (6-2) gave


up six earned runs in the first
inning to record the loss on the
mound. He gave up eight hits and
two walks in his three innings.
Wesley Colvin gave up one hit,
one walk, and struck out three in
three innings of relief. Beau
Ludlum allowed one hit, one walk
and struck out two in one inning
of work.
' Blake Rish led the, Gators
offensively, going two, for three
(See Gators on Page, 10A)


Lady Sharks Beat Liberty Arnold
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PORT ST. JOE 5, LIBERTY Co. 3 I- '
THURSDAY, APRIL 11TH
The Port St. Joe Lady Sharks
tied the game at 3-3 with one run = ----'-
in the top of the seventh inning,
then added two runs in the ninth '
to defeat Liberty ,County 5-3 in
Thursday: night's District 3-2A .,
game. The Lady Sharks improved
to 11-5 overall, on the season and
4-2 in district play. ,
Becky Belin .(11-4) allowed,
three earned runs on three hits
arid two walks, while striking out .
five batters in nine innings to pick .
up the win on the mound.
Ashley Smith, Shanna Collier,
and Alisha Barber each went two
for three with a pair of singles,
and Melissa NL\on was two for five
-to lead Port St. Joe at the plate.
Becky Belin added a single. ffo
"This was a-tremendous effort i I
out of the team," said head coach F
Jim Belin. "We played hard for
nine innings, kept battling, hadf
timely hitting, good defense, and
a well pitched ball game was the
difference. They beat us the Iirst L
time we played- this was great ....
for' our confidence in district 6-
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TUESDAY, APRIL 1STH-
Becky Belin pitched a no-hit ady Sharks celebra
shutout as the Lady Sharks L S L e
defeated Arnold 10-0 in five .
innings Tuesday night. Port St. -7
Joe, (12-5) jumped out.to. a3-0
lead with one run in the bottom of
the first inning, and two in the
second. They added seven runs in
the fourth to put the run rule in.
effect. ,: ,, ,,
Belin (12-4): struck out seven, '
batters, while allowing, two walks -, o? V/;'%."
in her five innings to' pick up her '.. -A
12th win of the season. ?/, .
Alisha Barber wvent three for J' '
three with a homer and three RBI .. ..
to: lead the Lady Sharks
offensively. Jessica Sherrill was
, two for three with a pair of singles :; :.
and an RBI: Anna Tankersley had .
a single and an RBI; and Andrea.
Hernarndez and Becky Belin each
added a single. -
'We continued to play good .. .
softball with no errors," said head ...
coachJim Belin. 'Our offense hit- -
the ball, we had good base .-
running, and I'm very pleased Andrea Hernandez, third
with the progress we re making." baseman, at bat in the Liberty
(See Lady Sharks on Page 10A) County game.


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Gators--From Page 9A
with a pair ot singles. Byron
Jones accounted for the Gators'
only run with a solo home run.
Brandon Jones had a double, and
Hunters Nunnery added a single.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 13TH
Beau Ludlum hit a two-run
home run in the bottom of the
sixth inning, as the Gators
clinched the No. 1 seed for the
District 3-A Tournament with a 5-
4 win over R. F. Munroe Saturday.
Jonathan Thomas (7-2)


Saturday Race
Results
Race Results April 13, 2002

Early Model
1 Duane Bates 49; 2Mike
Keefe 1'9; 3 Keith Hutcherson 3;
4 Teddy Sasser 7; 5 Clinton Mears
57; 6 Leslie Howell 80; 7 Derek
Aultman 74b; 8 Toby Garnett 1; 9
Melvin 'Capt' Nachtsheim 43; 10
Tim Peavy 55; 11 Ben Dalton 77b.

Enduro "
1 Danny Henderson 75; 2
Tony Easter 1; 3 Denise Try-
kowski 67; 4 Joey Short 39; 5
Mike Vaughan 95; 6 John Melvin
21. '

Hobby
1 Russell Welch 55; 2 Corbitt
Moseley 26; 3 Mario Lupi 34; 4
Tommy Hall 96;. 5 Dennis Jones
54; 6 Otis Peavy 88; 7 Kelly
Johnson 6;,'Todd Moseley 26+.


allowed only one earned run on
three hits and one walk while
striking out four batters in four
innings of relief to pick up the win
on the mound. Justin Barnes
started for the Gators and allowed
one earned run on, two hits and
four walks in three innings of
work.
Beau Ludlum was four for
four with a two-run homer to lead
Wewahitchka (17-6, 10-1) at the
plate. Brandon Jones had a two-
run home run in the first inning;
and Jonathan Thomas, Wesley
Colvin, Alex Chan, John Curtis
Gates, Ben Jones and Kyle Hall
each added a single.
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WHS 2 10 002 x -5 11 1


IMCA.
1 Ricky White 0; 2 Todd
Neiheiser 72; 3 Darrell George 88;
4 Curtis Galbreath 14.
Late Model
1 Lonnie Roberts 81; 2 Nelson
Sweeny 82; 3 Wayne Stevens 55; 4
Kevin Wheeler 99; 5 Gary
Whitfield 17; 6 Dennis Sloan 7; 7
Chris Harwood 3;. 8 Dale Groves
63.
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WEWAHITCHKA 5, BLOUNTSTOWN 10
MONDAY, APRIL 15TH
The Gators couldn't rebound
from a 7-3 deficit after two
innings of play, falling to
Blountstown 10-5 in Monday
night's game.
Wesley Colvin (2-4) allowed
nine earned runs on nine hits and
four walks while striking out two
batters in seven innings to record
the loss.
Brandon Jones led the Gators
(17-7) at the plate with a tw6-run
homer in the seventh inning.
Byron Jones had a double;
Trampus Andrews and Justin
Rhodes each had a single; and
Blake Rish drove in a run.
The Gators will host the Bay'
Medical Tournament Thursday


1 Gary Johnson 5;. 2 George
Drew 3; 3 Denise Melvin 27;
Pure
1 Ross Yowell 57; 2 Mitchell
Webb 01; 3 Jonathan Melvin 21; 4
Larry (Kojak) Davis 10; 5 Charlie
Goodwin 64; 6 George Fray 7; 7
Waldo McGuffey Jr. 9.
Super Street
1 Russell Welch 55; 2 Greg
'Opie' Steverson 49; 3 Andy Beatty
3.


and Friday. Arnold will play
Malone at 4:00 CT, then the
Gators will take on Liberty
County at 6:00 on Thursday. On
Friday, the losers of Thursday's
games will play at 4:00, followed
by the winners at 6:00.
The District 3-A Tournament
begins Monday in Wewahitchka.
Fourth-seeded Apalachicola will
play fifth-seeded R. F. Munroe at
12:00 CT; Third-seeded Aucilla
Christian will play sixth-seeded
Carrabelle at 3:00; and second-
seeded Chattahoochee will play,
seventh-seeded FAMU High. at
7:00.
On Tuesday, the winners of
the Aucilla Christian/Carrabelle
game will play. the winner of the
Chattahoochee/FAMU game at
3:00 CT. The No. 1 seeded Gators
will play the winner of the
Apalachicola/R. F. Munroe game
at 6:00.
The District 3-A champion-
ship game will be on Thursday,
April 25th at 6:00 :CT in
Wewahitchka.
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Lady Gators-From Page 9A

cap. Christy Ward hit a one-out
double, then scored on Halie
Skiles' two-out single' to right
field -. .. .
Wewahitchka improved to 22-'
0 overall and finished regular
season district play with a 12-0
record.
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one earned run on four hits and
four walks and struck out nine
batters to pick up the win on the
mound.
Christy Ward led the Lady
Gators at the plate, going two for
three with a double. Halle Skiles
and Britney Grice each had an
RBI single; while Brandi Sasser
and Jill Pippin each added a
single.
"This was our poorest game of
the year. We played 'with no
emotion and little effort. Tiffany
pitched well, but the team as a
whole, did not help her much.
Christy and Halie came up with
the big hits at the right time," said
Fortner.
The Lady Gators host
Rutherford on Thursday at 6:00
CT, then host Port St. Joe at 6:00
on Friday.
The District 3-A Tournament
begins on Tuesday, April 23rd in
Wewahitchka with fourth-seeded
Apalachicola and fifth-seeded
Aucilla Chnstian playing at 1:.00,
CT. Carrabelle (No. 3) will take, on
Ch'attahoochee (No. 6) at 3:00 CT,
On Thursday, R. F. Munroe
(No. 2) will play the winner of the.


Carrabelle/Chattahoochee game
at 3:00. Top-seeded Wewahitchka
will play the winner of the
Apalachicola/Aucilla Christian
game at 5:00.
The District 3-A champion-
ship game will by played at 5:00
CT on Friday at Wewahitchka.
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Lady Sharks-From Page 9A
Port St. Joe will host
Cottondale on Thursday at 6:00
ET; travel to Wewahitchka on
Friday at 7:00; then travel to
Chattahoochee on Monday at
6:00.
The District 3-2A Tourn-
ament will be held Thursday,
April 25th and Friday, April 26th
in Liberty County. The second
seeded Lady Sharks will play
third seeded Blountstown at 4:00
ET on Thursday, followed by #1
seed Liberty County versus fourth ,
seeded Greensboro at 6:00. The
championship game. will be on
Friday at 6:00 ET.
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2002 PAGE 1B


Couple Spreads the Word

On Hurricane Preparedness


by Tim Croft
Bill and Janice Pitz could be
considered the Pied Pipers of hur-
ricane awareness.
The Tallahassee residents are
traveling the length and breadth
of the state spreading the word,
particularly to the small ones,
that hurricane season is
approaching an i the time to pre-
pare is now.
Last week they traveled
through Mexico Beach, Port St.
Joe and Apalachicola spritely
playing that simple tune.
They met with local officials,.
set up their trailer marking down
the days until the start of hurri-
cane season -in bright reds and
talked hurricane preparedness.
There are less than 50 days
until the June 1, start of the five-
month hurricane season, which
national experts are predicting
will be busier than usual this
year. .


So the Pitzes, representing
the American Red Cross, have
taken to their van and trailer on. a
60-day, 1,200-mile jaunt.
They began at the Alabama
line, west of Pensacola and will
travel along the Gulf coast down
to Alligator Alley in South Florida,
then across and south to Home-
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After that it will be back up
the eastern coast to Jacksonville
by mid-May.
Aldng the way they will make
stops at various venues chosen by
local Red Cross Chapters.
The majority, of those stops
will be at schools and other mag-
nets for children, where they
hand out kid-friendly booklets
about hurricanes and hurricane
preparedness.
They also.,get autographs of
the people they meet, displayed
on a large banner promoting hur-
ricane readiness.


Gulf County Schools Gold

,Card Banquet at PSJ 29th


The Gulf County Schools Gold
Card Honors Banquet will be held
Monday, April 29, at 7 p.m. ET, in
the Commons Area of P6rt St. Joe
High. School. This occasion will
honor all Port St. Joe High School
students who have received two
Gold Cards during the first three
grading periods of this school year
or had a 3.5 GPA at the conclu-
sion of the second grading period.
Guest ,speaker for the ban-
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PhD, CRC, a 1980 honors gradu-
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Florida A&M University in 1982.,
Dr. Beard was awarded a bachelor
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certification as a rehabilitation
counselor and provides private
case management services on a
part-time basis to individuals with
developmental disabilities.
Dr.' Beard was appointed
Director of Student Affairs for thie
School of Allied He1lift Sciences'


and Assistant Professor, of Health
Care Management at Florida A&M
University in- August 1999. He
was named teacherr of 'the Year"
for Florida A&M in 2000-2001
and received a gubernatorial
appointment by Gov. Jeb Bush to
the State Board of Independent
Colleges and Universities in
October 2000. His research inter-
ests include the academic
progress of African Amencan stu-
dents with learning disabilities.
Dr. Beard, an ordained Elder,
for nearly 25 years has served in"
numerous capacities in the First
Born Church and 'in -.the
Progressive Church of Our Lord
Jesus Christ. Dr. Beard is m;amed
to Wendy Beard. They have two
daughters, Briana Princess and
Sierra Nicole.
Each student being honored
will receive a free ticket to the
banquet; complimentary tickets
.are available for Patrons. Tickets
for parents and the general public
are 85 each. Students and
Patrons should pick up their tick-
ets, and parents should purchase,
their' tickets, from personnel in
the front office of Port St. Joe High
School between: the..hours of 8
a.mi. arid 3 p.iii. before the end of
the'school day-Apnl-26.


It's all called the Great Hurri-
cane Preparedness Adventure or
GHUPA (pronounced ga-hoop-a,
from the Latin word meaning
"batten down the hatches).
"It brings attention to hurri-
cane awareness and that's the
whole purpose," Bill Pitz said.
The Pitzes will take their road
show and banner to Tampa for
the governor's hurricane confer-
ence May 20-24. The banner with
signatures from around the state
will be presented to Gov. Jeb
Bush.
Then it's on the .road again
heading north to St. Johns Coun-
ty and onto the Georgia line. ,
."We're adventuresome." said
Janice Pitz. 'This is stnctl .about
hurricane awareness.
'There are enough people who
don't take hurricanes 'senously
and they don't know what to do.",
The Pitzes journey is being
underwritten entirely by sponsors
and the state EOC. No funds
donated to the American 1 Red
Cross are devoted to the trek.

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Gulf County SWATRelay for Lif

Team and your generous contri,.

buttons toward the American



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Special thanks to:

Sgt. Terry Carr, The Port St. Joe Police

Dept., Mrs. Jill Jones, Mrs. Sherry Trub)

Mrs. Rachel Crews, Mr, Mrs. Rusty

Burch, Mrs. Ca raJohnson, Mrs. Jn ice

Carr; Mrs. Beth Taylor, Mrs. Debbie

. Alfrd, Mrs.Amy Heath, and Mr.. Doug


Main characters in the Wizard of Oz are, front row, Troy Devoy,
Ashley Bryan, Lisa Curry, and Ashley McAlister. Second row are
Kimberly Pickett and Heather Henderson.


Theatre & Chorus: Wizard Of Oz
"We're offto ee the Wizard" at Curry as Dorothy, Troy-Devoy as
Port St. Joe High School on April the Scarecrow, Ashley McAliste:
:0Oth at 7 p.m. In the commons as the Tin Man, Ashley Bryan as
area. The Musical Theatre and the Cowardly Lion, Kimberl
S Chorus students will be present- Pickett as the Wicked Witch anc
ing an adaptation of the "Wizard Heather Henderson as the Gooc
of Oz" under the direction of Ann Witch Glinda. Members of the
Comforter. Chorus and Musical Theatre tvil


S As a class'project, the theatre
s students took the original 1939
'screenplay and adapted the
scenes into the production. They
Shave created the props, costumes,
iiand set .design. The seniors in the
;class, Ashley Bryan, Lisa Curry,
1Stephanie Gibson and Kimberly
Pickett were instrumental in cre-.
lating this production.
Featured performers are Lisa


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play the-' roles of the Munchkins
and the Enchanted Forest.
The "Wizard of Oz" will be one
of the largest productions
attempted in the last few years by
Mrs. Comforter and her students.
You are cordially invited to attend
and 'bring your children. The
admission price will be $3 at the
door. No advance tickets will be
sold, so come early.


Kent for the terrific chaperone support.



Also tha ks to:.


The Gulf County Health Dept., the

Wewahitchka Subway, and Duren 's

Piggly Wiggly for their supporting roles

in assisting to prepare for the


2002 Gulf County Relay for Life.


BAY WATCH BEAUTY SALON
Darlene Lamb, Master 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
335-0002 (Voice Mail)


To Port St. Joe Hwy 98 To Mexico Beach
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Red Cross workers are shown after pulling into Port St. Joe last Wednesday afternoon, along with city
:,: ; ;Commissioner Benny Roberts, third from right.

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Intellectual Freedom


Essay Won by Robinson


Joe Robinson, a senior at Port
St. Joe High School, has been,
named the winner of the SIRS
Intellectual Freedom Student ,
Essay Contest for Gulf County.
The, contest is sponsored each
year by, the Florida Association for
Media in Education (FAME) and
Social Issues Resources Series
sirsS),, a recognized authority in
the study, and analysis of social

PSJHS Hosts 8th
Grade Orientation
On Thursday, April 25, begin-
ning at 7 p.m. ET, Port St. Joe.
High School will host an Open
House for all current eighth
graders and their parents.
Important information will be ,
presented -about graduation
requirements, high school extra-'
curricular activities, scholarships.
and most importantly, actual reg-
istration for next year's" ,classes
will take place. '
Please try your best to attend:
however, ifyoiu are unable to go,
please sign, review, and return
your student's registration form.
If you have any questions.
please call Port St. Joe High
School's guidance department at "
229-8813.


issues.
In his winning paper Joe
stated, "Change is borne of our
fundamental human right to intel-
lectual freedom. Laws such as the
Child Internet Protection Act are
guises aimed at shaping American
society to fit the mold of political,
.'religious, or ideological interests.
If more such laws are passed, we.
take away the opportunity for
:change..We ,must have complete
.intellectual freedom, or we will
eventually have nothing.",
Essays witten by senior stu-
dents on the subject "The
Importance of Intellectual Free-
dom" were. submitted to the
county-based intellectual freedom
committee and the best paper' is
selected' based on the following
criteria: Originality; Ability to
select and to analyze an impor-
tant issue related tb intellectual
freedom; Abillity to organize ideas
logically and express them effec- ,
,fivyy .
Joe's winning paper was sent
to the state intellectual freedom,
comrruttee and he is now eligible
to win $1,000, payable to the col-
lege or university of his' designa-
tion to be credited to his tuition or-
other expenses. Additionally. .
S500 would be awarded to the.
school's media center.


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essay "The Importance of Intellectual Freedom",from Language Arts
instructor Angel Barbee, and Gulf County Intellectual Freedom chair-
man Clarence Monette.

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88th birthday. Her friends from Marquip Home Health came to cele-
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Energy'Assistance
Available to Elderly,
The Area Agency on Aging
announces. the availability of
Emergency Home Energy Assist-
ance (o the Elderly Program funds
foreeligible households. '
The program can provide
assistance with cooling crises
assistance which began April 1I
and end no later than'September;
30.
Eligibility criteria includes.
but is- nt. limited to at least one,
person age 60 or older residing in
the home, total household income
must not exceed 150b of the fed-
eral poverty level. proof of income
of all household members must be
verifiable, and energy crisis must
be verifiable by an energy %
provider.
Gulf County "residents apply
to the Gulf County Senior Citizens
Association, 120 Library Drive in
Port St. Joe.- 229-8466 or 229-
6655. ,
Bay County residents apply to
the:Bay County Council on Aging.
1116 Frankford Avenue in
Panama City, 769-3468 or 769-
1074.
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Dear Willie, .
As I drive along Highway 98
where WindMark Beach is being
developed I am reminded, of the
changes that have occurred to
that section of the beach. When I
was a young boy in the 1920s the
old timers referred to that area as
Six Mile Point although I never
knew why.
In the late' 1'800s a small.
house was located where Butler's
Restaurant' i now. Fishermen
camped in it while fishing in the
bay. My dad told me that when his
family was living on Black's Island
in the 1890s he and his father
would sail to Six Mile Point and
stay in that house while .they
hunted turtle eggs along the
beach.
Later in 1904 when. Mr. T.H.
Stone and Mr. George Hardy were
building a turpentine still where'
the Burger King is now located.'
they' hired the fishermen living in
that house to help them with their '..
labor. The fishermen were hired to
unload lumber they had shipped
in on a schooner. float the lumber
to shore, and then stack the lum-
ber on the beach. ,-
: \When Highway '98 was built
in 1927- 1928 the old fishermen's
house was torn down. The road
ran through the area where it had
been, located along the shore at,
SL\ Mile Point. This allowed the
motorist to enjoy the beautiful
view of the bay. That stretch of
road 'was, then called Gulf Coast
SScenic Highway.
'During the construction of
the paper mill and a few years
afterward, Mr. Walter Gardner.
operated a bar and dance hall
where Butler's Restaurant is now"
located. The, area was then
referred to by some as "Gobbler's
Knob". For some unknown reason
during this time the area was
referred'to as Palm Point.
In the early 1950s the portion
of Highway 98 that extended past,
Butler's Restaurant along the bay
began washing away. It was
decided to relocate that section of
Highway 98 inland to the road we
now call the DL e Bell Curve.
It has been interesting to note :
how Six Mile Point has changed
from a fishermen's camp to an
upscale development in the many
years that my family has lived
here to see those changes.
Dave Maddox

Best Care Anywhere
To Whom It May Concern:
In the wee hours of April 2 it
was necessary that I receive emer-
gency medical assistance. My wife,
called 9-1-1- and it was all clock-.
work from there on.
'A city policeman arrived first
followed I immediately by the
ambulance and crew. These were,
,the type professionals 'that put
oeu at ease and you know you are
in good hands. They knew what to
do and how to do it.
The: Gulf' Pines' emergency :.-
roomrri personnel were waiting on
me and again the -same profes-.
sionalism. During my stay in the ,
hospital I could not have asked for
better care or more courteous.
friendly people, always wanting to
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help. The place was kept clean
and' even the food was good.
I would like to take ,this
opportunity to thank each ahd
every one of you, you each have
my utmost respect.
Thank you all,
Lee Hammon

Who is "The Beaches
Association"?
Dear Sir:
We own' a home in St. Joe
Beach, on the "dedicated beach"
side of Hwy. 98. The house was
built in 1984 and we purchased it
in March 1993., In January 2002
the septic tank overflowed and we
were forced to have a new drain'
'field installed. .
This involved removing the
old piping. installing a new drain
system, and covenng with approx-
imately 50 cubic yards of fill sand
to obtain correct surface drainage-
from the field. The septic tank and
drain field are located adjacent:to
our property in' the dedicated
beach land. The rights of beach-
front property owners to so locate
their septic systems were granted
when the original property owners
willed the beachfront of Yon's sub-
division to the public as-"dedi-
cated beach".:
Upon the septic system con-
tractor's advice, we broadcast
pine needles and grass seed over
the newly installed drain hield to
inhibit soil erosion until sea oats
and other natural flora ,could
regrow. We also posted two tem-
porar' "No Trespassing" signs in
front of the approximately 2,000
sq. ft. area to prevent people from
possible damaging the drain sys-
tem before it had a chance to set-
tle and become solid. and to give'
the grass seed a chance to root.
In February 2002 someone
stole the two "No Trespassing"
signs and early this month we
received a letter from "The
Beaches Association", post-
marked in Pensacola, unsigned
and with no return' address. The
clear implication of the letter is
that we are somehow engaged in
"landscaping" the dedicated beach
to our personal satisfaction.
if The Beaches A.1ssociation
really exists we would like td. be
part of it. nbt the object of its rmid-
night pilferage and anonymous
threats. There is certainly a legiti-
mate need for such an organiza-
tioii: we spend considerable time
cleaning litter off the highway
night of way and the beach for a
hundred yards' either side of our
house. We'd appreciate our neigh-
bors' help in cleaning up the beer
bottles and cans. the candy wrap-
pers and chip bags. the dispos-
able diapers, and all the other
garbage that we remove to make
their beach and ours more habit-
able.
If The Beaches Association is
just one, disgruntled individual
with too much time on his/her
hands, then we would ask him/
her to-contact "us personally with'
complaints. We'rt sure we could
reach mutually acceptable .solu-
tions. '
Sincerely,
Phillip:& Jofrari Murphy
7501 W. Hwy. 98 .'
Port St. Joe. FL 32456
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2002 PAGE 3B


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Nancy Brockman had her Port St. Joe Middle School "walkers"
prepare for team effort to raise funds for cancer research. The group
participated in the Relay for Life at Wewahitchka Friday and
Saturday.


by Brittany Kropp
Hey! Guess what? Another
week has rolled around and
caught up with us. That means
another week of the best
announcements around, from
PSJMS.
To start your week off. we
Should like to say congratulations
, to the Relay for Life team! They
attended the ceremonies at Lake
Ahice Park in Wewa over the week-


end. They raised a total of
S2,569.82 for cancer research
and assistance to cancer patients.
Special thanks to Mrs. Brockman
and Ms. Howze for their leader-
ship and many hours of meeting,
planning, and supervision. Other
team members were Ashton
Norris. Ashley Enkson. Lenora
Weimorts. Leslie Pope. Amy
Brockman. Sam Denton. Heather
Sadler. Courtney Thompson.


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Wayne Mullis, Eric Brumbaugh,
Matt Gannon, Brittany Kropp,
Jenna Chesser,' Haley Watford,
Michelle Perrin, Mrs. Colbert,
Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Oakes, and
Mrs. Witten. Thanks also to .our
team chef, Judge Witten. The
team total represented, over
1/10th of the total funds raised
by this year's Relay for Life. We
would also like to say thank you
to the Perrins, the Wittens, the El
Governor Motel, The Entrance,
and Mrs. Gant. We don't know
what we would do without all of
your help Thanks again, and way
to go team! .
Next. we would like to say,
congratulations to three of our
State Science Fair participants
who received recognition at the
state event last week. They were:
Andrew Furr, 2nd place Botany.
Olivia Lamberson. 4th place
Botany, and Kayleigh Lewis.
Award, of Merit. There were oper
.900 projects at the state fair.
PSJMNS was the only school from
our region receiving recognition at
the state fair. Also. in the Botany
categoryy. where Andrew and
Olivia placed, there were 41 pro-"
jects. Great job' You make us very
proud!!'
Even though we have many,
students'to recognize this week,
we can't forget our students of the
-.week! They' are: 6th grade. A.J.
Delaine and Latoya Fenn: 7th
grade.' Brent Butler and \Veslev
Roney: 8th grade. Kristina.
Lomelin and Sidney Harris.*
Conigratulations to all of you!
'Attention students. Once
again we would like to remind you
about the Children's Home
Society's 4th Annual Football
Camp with the Pros and the
Chddren's Home Society's Cheer-
leading Camp. Both will be held
on Saturday. May 18th. from 8
a.m. until 3 p.m.. at Pete Edwards
Field in Panama City. Tickets for
the football camp are S50. for par-
ticipants ages 7-16. Tickets for
the cheerleading camp are S45.
for participants ages 5-16.
Applications are available in the
office for both events.
SGA would like to thank
everyone for their generosity dur-
ing the Pennies for Patients
Campaign. Our AA winners are as
follows: 3rd place-Ms. Howze with
S 118.68; 2nd place-Mr. Adlason
with S171.38. and our winner.
Mr. Garrett with S225.24. Again.
thanks for your gifts to fight
leukemia and lymphoma.
Remember Quincy Mack and
D.J. Cobb. who came to our
"1 s 1,lool? Well..don't forget to buy
UyAr- ticket (or. ticket&fiar a
-chance to win the official Nike -


Wewahitchka Elementary
School Recognized as Title
Distinguished School
\ewahitchka Elementar.
School wcill be recognized as
National Titlet i distinguishe,
i School during, the Internation
Reading Association conference in
San .Francisco later this month
This, prestigious award will b
' giyen to only five, schools in the
state of Florida.
W\rES was selected for thi.
national award because it is ai
outstanding example of flexibility
..and school-based planning en
',coturaged by Title I and Florida'
educational system.
The Title I Distinguished
Schools program identifies
schools that ensure that all chil
dren have access to effective
instructional strategies and ichal
lenging academic content. and
demonstrate success in ensuring
that all children, particularly edu
nationally deprived children
make significant progress toward
learning that content.
*Eligibility% was based on strin
gent criteria. Each state design
nates as a distinguished school
any Title I school that exceeds thi
state's definition of adequate
progress for three consecutive
years. and any school in which
virtually all students have met thi
state's advanced performance


basketball autographed by
Quincy Mack and D..J. Cobb.
Tickets are 81 each. If you would
like to see the program again.
turn to channel 44 and watch
Quincy Mack's performance.
Well. that's all of the news you
get to read from me this week! But
before I go. I want to leave you
with this little "did you know". Did
you know that people say "Bless
you" when you sneeze because.
when you sneeze. your heart
stops for a rrull-second. 'Interest-
ing. huh-' See ya next week! ...
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our annual Spring Carnival. We
will have a one'o'clock dismissal
in order to get ready for-the carni-
val, which will open at 4 p.m. Put
it on your calendar now. Parents,
please contact your child's
teacher, .arid volunteer for their
booth.


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s Faith Christian is now open
for applications for next year. FCS
d parents, if you have not turned in
s your applications, please do so
quickly as we can no longer hold
e a. spot for your child. As of
- Tuesday. there is only one spot
d left in K2 and two places remain-
g ing in K3.
I Parent Teacher Fellowship
. met on April 16-and held an elec-
d tion of officers. We will report on
those positions next week. At the
- playground workday on April 13.
- a new swing set was installed by
)l Scott Godwin. Buddy Caswell,
e John Thayer, and Bill Taylor.
e ';
e Achievement tests are this
h week. Parents, please make sure
e that your children get plenty of
e sleep each night and .a good
breakfast each morning and have
4 at least two #2 pencils everyday.
The younger classes are testing
all week; the older classes com-
pleted their testing Wednesday.
,Progress reports went out this
week. Please be sure to check
these over, get them signed and
returned to the teacher. If you
desire a conference with the
teacher, please call the school
office for an appointment at 229-
6707.
Here is another original
school spirit poem by one of. the
FCS students:
.Spirit, spirit, that's
what we've got,
Spirit, spirit, we've 'got a lot.
Spirit. spirit, we're filled with it,
Spirit, spirit, we have quite a bit.
F.C.S. has spirit,
Our spirit's really great,
We want you all to hear it.
Now let's all celebrate.
-Zach Taylor
.'Remember our April mission
focus on Paul .and Liz Meiners,
missionaries with Mission to the
World since 1979. They have been
in Kenya. where Paul is the area
director for Africa and the Middle
East, overseeing missionaries 'in
various sites, exploring new ones,
and coordinating with other mis-
sion organizations. Liz leads a
Bible study with missionary
Swves, diplomats, and nationals,
supports Paul in his ministry, and
helps out at the high school. They
are the: 'parents "of Rinnie
Hersman (and Erik) of Port St.,
Joe. ,
Plan now to attend our annu-
al auction and dinner' on
Saturi-day, April 20. Dinner tickets
Swill be $5 each. The dinner starts
at 5:30 p.m. in the cafeteria, and
the auction starts at 7 p.m. in the
Jackie Quarles library in Godfrey
Hall. Come and have a good time.
The meal is good and the auction
is always fun. We have very nice
and quite varied items. Services
as well as goods will be auctioned.
Next Friday. April 26, will be


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South Beach, Lot 4, $103,000.
Cape San Bias 2nd Tier, $129,900.
"Gulf View lot in Treasure Shores. $86,000.
Money Bayou, Gul lois for S90,000.,
Treasure Bay on C-30, 103'x217' @ $72,500.
Cape San EUNOBR @ONTRAeT179,900.
Treasure Shores, Gulf View, 2 lots @ $86,000 each.
Gulf Front on Cape San Bias, 51'x312', $399,000.
Commercial Lot in Port St. Joe. 50'X170' $39,900.
pe San Bias Shores Gulf View. 3 Lots for only $129,000.
ont Homesite bordering State Park. 50' X 367'. $599,000.


ANNUAL DISTRICT 3 SPRING CLEAN-UP


The Annual District 3 Spring Cleanup will begin, Monday, May 13,

2002. All items must be placed on the right-of-way by Friday, May

0, 2002 The clean-up will begin in Beacon Hill, through the Beaches,

Highlandview, Port St Joe, and White City. This is a one time pick-up-

--- NO EXCEPTIONS!!!


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

debris, etc.)

PLEASE, NO HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE


If you have any questions, please contact the Gulf County

Commission Office at (850) 229-6106.

SCarl Fox .

County Commissioner

District 3 ubliMAprl.11, 18, 25, 2002


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The following students made
the honor roll for the third nine
weeks at Port St Joe Elementary.
Third Grade
All A's. Evan Brumbaugh.
Torie Gurgess, Megan Gannon.
Dylan Hesster. Lindsay Martin.
Russell Miller, Charlotte Murnan.
Sarah Murnan, Davida Odom.
Erica Protsman. Caitlin Rich.
Tiara Smith. Chase Watford.
All A's and B's: Cheyenne
Chehardy. Kristi Davis. Lilla
Dykes. Sara Fields. Daniel Fowler.
Tyler Fox, Chris Fox-worth.
Kadiedra Gathers. Darren Hanmil-
ton, Zack Hunter. Jesse Hn-man.
.Jarvious Johnson. Simeon Jones.
Jazmine Kennedy. Luke Linton.
Katie McNeill. Reis Nelson,
Samantha Nicodemus. Branhdon
Peak, Matthew Pope. Roman
" Quinn, Victor Quintanilla. Julia
Scheffer. Sawyer Steward. Levi
Strickland, Cassie Tullis. Kaitlvri
Vathis, Justin Whittington.
Fourtli Grade
A A': Tori.Avent, Kodi
Blackwell, Chris- Cochran,' Jacob
Combs, Stephen Denton,- All n
* Dykes, Chelsea Flanagan, Reb c-
ca Furr, Angela ,Griffin. Lacy
Hansen. Sara Hoffman. Trey
Humphrey, Dylan Jackson, Chell-
sey O'Neill, Kayla Parker, Victoria
Rouse, Kasie Thompson, Chelsey
Walker, Deshauna Williams.
AU A's and B's: 'Kimberly
Blankenship, Jessica Brakel, Evun
Branch. Michael Bryne, Bnttany
Cannon. Jenna Catrett, Cody
Clark, Raheem Clemons, Chelsea
Dimitrljevich, Kolton Fisher,
'Cynthia Floyd, Megah Gentry,
Raven Harris, Mighelle Hendricks.
Brooklyn Kelsch, Khrysten Keys,
Miranda Kilbourn. Ashley Laeour.
Ashleigh Lewis, Jason Lin. Gene
Maestri. Calder Mahan. Jesse
McCroan. Masha Moughan. Katie
Odom, Janetta Peters. Joidon
SPlain, Jasey Powell. Mlelaf.ie
Rafleld, Malesa 'Smith, Lilly
Souza, .:Joel. Walter. Amelia
Warririe'.':'r
Fifth Grade
All A's: Caroline Allen.
Courtney Hermsdorfer. Robbie
Martin, Jessie Raffield, Savanah
Searcy, Meredith Todd.
AU A's and B's: .Aaron
Adams, Micah Antonino. Garrett
Avent, Emily Baxley. Rebekah
Bearden. Heather Brinkmeier,
AustAn Burke. Brennis Butsh,
Tayler Byrd, Angela Canington,
Anna Cordova, 'Maryanne Earley,
Jessie Faircloth, Jacob Gentry,
Johnathon Graham, Wade Guil-
ford, Danielle Hernaridez, 'Sarah
Hiseock, Krystal Keigans. Jessie
Linton. Jenna Maddox. Kayla
Minger, Morgan Peak, Kristin
Posey, Eckley Sander, Brahdi
Price, Evan Protsman, Charles
Smith, Brandon Strickland,
Abram Vereen, Marissa Weather-
ly, Kaelyn Williams.


standards and equity in participa-
tion of students by gender has
been achieved or significantly.
improved. The schools that met
these high standards submitted
an application to a panel of state
consultants, district coordinators
and previous award winners who
then selected the schools on
whom to bestow this prestigious
title.
Distinguished schools may
serve as models. and provide sup-
port to other schools, especially
schools identified for program
improvement, to assist these
schools in meeting the state's per-
formance standards. States may
use Title I funds to support this
assistance and to provide awards
to schools to further their Title I
educational programs.








CNews Column
Faith Christian School


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Track and Field Day: Our
annual Track and Field Day will
be held Friday, Apnril 19 at the
Shark Football Field. Students in
kindergarten through second
grades will attend from 9- 11 am.
r and grades 3-5 from 11:30-L:'30
p.m..
SBook Fair: Our Spnng nook
Fair Swill be held the week of Apnl
22-26.. .
Storyteller: Japanese Story-
Steller. Kuniko Yamnamoto. will per
form form our students on Tuesday.
April 23. Students in grades 3-5
will attend at 8:30 a.m., pre-k'and
kindergarten at 9:30 a.m. and
first and second grades at 10:30
a.m. Parents are invited to attend.
Wild Hair Day: Friday. April
26 is Wild Hair Day. Show your
school spirit and let your hair go,
"Wild".
Talent Show: Our annual
Talent Show will be held, on
Thursday, May 2 at 6 p.m. in the
Auditorium. Tickets pnces are
$2.00 for adults and S1.00 for
Students.
Penny Campaign: As part of
our Career Week we will collect
pennies to be donated to the Gulf
County Scholarship Progranm.
.. Every student that attends a post-
secondary institution is eligible
for this scholarship. Please
Encourage your child to bring in
pennies through Friday. NlMay 3.
S Graduation for our fifth
graders will be held on Tuesday.
May 21 at 6 pm in the gym.


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Honor Rolls


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RISH, GIBSON & SCHOLZ, P.A.
William J. Rish
Thomas S. Gibson
Russell Scholz
(850) 229-8211


REEVES FURNITURE
& REFINISHING SHOPPE
':34 Reid Av ue Port St. Jbe
(850) 229-6374


Revival Services
Withli Rev.. McGee
The Church of God In Christ
extends a cordial invitation to
special revival services on April 19
and 20 at 7 p.m, Reverend Daryl
McGee will be the guest speaker.
Please plan to attend these ser-
vices nightly -and worship with
them and be blessed.
Sunday. April 21, at 11 a.m.
they will be blessed by a specialty.
guest speaker. Ken Holiday. He is
a renowned speaker and star from
" the program, Matlock.
The congregation and pastor
extend a cordial invitation to
everyone for these special services
and anticipate you joining in.
The Church of God in Christ
is located at 163 Avenue E in Port
St. Joe.

Pastor Appreciation
and Gospel Sing
Everyone is cordially invited
to attend the Abe Springs Baptist
SCturch on Sunday. April 2 1. After
10 a.m. CT Sunday School, dur-
ing the morning worship at I I
a.m., they will honor their pastor
and his wife. Rev. Allen and Betty,
Pitts, for Pastor Appreciation Day.
Allen and Betty will be celebrating
their 29th wedding anniversary
and will be celebrating 21 years
pastoring the church.
Lunch vill follow in the fel-
lowship room at noon. After
lunch, around 1 p.m., they, will
have gospel singing through the
afternoon. Sister Elizabeth
McCormick will be the guest
speaker that day. Everyone is
invited to attend this special ser-
vice of love -and appreciation to
i: I "


and join us in worship...


.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 Sludy/Prayer Meeting .... 7 p.m.
Wednesday Youth/Children Activities ........ 7 p.m.
Wednesday Choir Practice ......... ....... 8 p.m.
PASTOR. REV. IOHNNIE RAY BAILEY


Po. $S1iao'


COMFORTER FUNERAL HOME
W. P. "Rocky Comforter a,
L.F.D.
(850) 227-1818


COSTIN & COSTIN LAW OFFICES
Charles A. Costin
Personal Injury Real Estate
Workers' Compensation
(850) 227-1159

the pastor and his wife for; their
dedicated service. ':
If you need more information
please call Barbara Gates at 674-.
3812, Verna Holley at 674-8499,
or; Bonnie Hand at 674-8728.
Please come and share a song arid
receive a blessing.
Nbte: the regularly scheduled
sing for Saturday night, April 20,-
will be cancelled and held on
Sunday afternoon after lunch.

Southern Gospel
Concert April 20
Son-Shine Gospel Singers
Association is sponsoring a south-
' ern gospel concert April 20 at 6
p.m.-CT iri the Wewahi[chka
Community Center. Featured in
the Saturday evening concert will
be Albert Marvin5 The Flowers,.
The Lyles, and Amazing Grace.
along with local talent. .
Everyone is welcome, admis-
sion is free. A love offering will be
taken.

Westside Baptist
to Celebrate 25th
Anniversary
Westside Baptist in Wewa-
hitchka will celebrate the 25th
anniversary of the church on
Sunday, April 28. Demck Gerber,
pastor. invites everyone to come
and share this special occasion
and enjoy the blessings of the day.
The day will begin with south-
ern gospel music by DayStar.
This group has been sharing the
gospel through testimony and
song since 1993. They will be in
concert during the Sunday School
,hour. beginning at.9;45 CT. Alove


THE BANK
Port St. Joe Mexico Beach Apalachicola
For All Your Financial eeds,'
MEMBER FDIC i EQUAL HOUSING LENDER


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


Dolphin Splash!
Comes to Kidfest
Art no longer remains in the
realms of museums or galleries.
Tens of thousands of people are
strolling the streets of American
cities looking at, colorful and
whimsical animal artworks: cows.
pigs. horses, moose, fish, turtles
and lizards-to name a few. In,
this spirit, an exciting new public
art extravaganza called Dolphin
,Splashl is finding its way to
Northwest Florida.
Over fifty life-sized sculpted
dolphins, generously sponsored
by local businesses and painted
and/or decorated by local artists
will soon be "splashing" about.
Eventually. after public display
for several months, the dolphins
will be auctioned, with a majority
of the proceeds benefitting local
non-profit organizations.
Dolphin Splash! promises to
be the largest outdoor public art
exhibition of its kind. It is part

offering mill be taken.
The guest speaker for the
worship service will be Rev. Ron
Gallagher. You will not want to
miss hearing Rev. Gallagher. He is
a dynamic speaker and his love
for the Lord is very evident.
Following the morning worship
service, everyone is invited to stay
and enjoy great food and fellow-
ship.
All former members of
Westside Baptist are especially
invited to be their guest. If you do
not have a church home, please
come be with us on this special
day. The church is located at 842
W. River Road. For transportation
and more information, please call
the church at 639-4595.


"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
"- g 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
Sixteenth Street ,
Sunday Worship ... . 10 a.m.
Fellowship Time .. 10:45 a.m. /
Adult School ......... 11 a.m. 0


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


Highway


APALACHICOLA
NORTHERN RAILROAD
SA St. Joe Company



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

artistry, part environmental
'awareness and part people Inter-
acting. It can boost the local econ-
omy by encouraging tourism and
raising funds for many charities.
This is a community project In its
truest sense, with broad appeal to
people of all ages.
The next major dolphin sight-
ing for Dolphin Splash! will be at
.Kidfest on Saturday. April 20,
sponsored by Early Childhood
Services, and held at Gulf Coast
Community College in Panama
City. The dolphin sponsored by
* the Byrd Famih, Foundation to
benefit Early Childhood Services
will be unveiled at 1 p.m. center
stage that day. There will be spe-
cial dolphin-oriented activities for
the children. Come out and join
the fun!
Catch a glimpse of the ongo-
ing dolphin 'works in progress' at
Spring Festival of the Arts at
McKenzie Park May 3-5 and at
Bay Point Bill Fish Tournament
July 1I1-14.
Join the sponsorship '"Catch
& Release" program by adopting a
dolphin and exhibiting it at the
business or location of your
choice. and in February 2003.
release it to auction. Proceeds
from the auction will be donated
to your favorite charity.
To learn how to join the pro-
gram, contact Hannah Ross on
the Dolphin Splashl hotline at
850/319-1066, or visit dolphin
splash.org.






UNITED I
l g* **H yu


Come Celebrate with us!
Grace Baptist Church


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


THE STAR PUBLISHING CO.
209-211 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
(850) 227-1278 (850) 227-1278
www.StarFL.com


i


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


SOUTHERLAND FAMILY
FUNERAL HOME
507 10th Street Port St. Joe
(850) 229-8111


Marine Lab
Open House
The FSU Marine, Lab open
house offers a unique family out-
ing for Saturday, April 27 from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. ET. Let the kids
touch a living sea urchin or grab a
crab while you learn about
Florida's manne environment
from the researchers studying it.
It's free and offers visitors of
all ages a unique way to learn
about one of Florida's most pris-
tine marine ecosystems at Turkey
Point.
Displays of local rfiarine life
will include touch tanks filled
with sea critters caught around
the lab. Boat trips to collect fish
and other specimens will be avail-
able. weather permitting, for
those eleven and older, or at least
in the sixth grade. You can buy
food on site from Posey's Beyond
the Bay. The open house is being
held in conjunction with the
Carrabelle Waterfront Festival
and the Apalachicola Antique
Boat Show.
The Marine Lab is located on
U.S. Highway 98 between Panacea
and Carrabelle. Call 850/697-
4095 for more information.


Raymond Sansoucie of St.
Louis saw a man beat a woman
and run off with her purse.
He stopped his car and chased
him. Moments later a shot was
heard and Raymond fell dead in an
alley.
The president of the Grand Jury
Association said, "This mai made
the ultimate sacrifice for society. I
think society owes his family
something."
The Lord made the ultimate
sacrifice for you. Don't you think
you owe Him something?
St. Paul said, "Give your bodies
to God. When you think of what He
has done for you, is this too much
to ask?"


But those who hope in the Lord
will renew their strength. They
will soar on wings like eagles...
Isaiah 40:31
Upstairs Capital City Bank Building
Sunday Bible Study at 9 a.m.
Worship at 10 a.m.
Casual Attire always welcome
Small Group Mtgs. 6 p.m.
(in members' homes)
Pastor Lee Cordell (850) 227-1180
www. GraceEagles.org


i BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL
S.311 Columbus St. St. Joe Beach, FL 32456
A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
SUNDAY: General Assembly 9 45 a m Bible Study all ages 10 a.m
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m
WEDNESDAY: Choir Practice 6 p.m Prayer Meeting & Youth Group 7 p.m
"' taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is rhe man that trusterh in Him
Please accept this invitation to join us in worship God bless you!
Pastor David Nichols Church 647-5026 Home 769-8725


First Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 Garrison Avenue Port St. Joe
Pastor, Bro. Marcus H. Sturdivant Church Office 227-1493
Sunday School . . . 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning .Worship . 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service . . 6:30 p.m.
W wednesday . . . . 7:00 p.m.
We Invite You to Come
Experience the Power of Pentecost With Us


P"L\PI'+of \'icfoov".

Fi~rsf l C~r f Ike Nn2clel.
~ ) ~'2420Loosq,AI 73e~ies~o Pc's'f Si. 3,e. Flo' iic, 3-24~56
(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.


. LCh'e imfo the lite i~qlot
JAdl H-115's Ii~naC. oss'ksir 1i
iod i io e AIN of li
Psa~lm 29:2


CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


Singing:


Worship:


im. Sunday 9:30 a.m. Si
Call 229-8310
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Pirt St. Joe,.FL 32457
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


Inday


Zion Fair Missionary Baptist Church
280 Aveue C, Prt St. oe Fl 32456
.- (850) 227-1361
.Sunday School .......... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship -,2nd & 4th Sundays ........... .............. ..6:00 'p.ti.
Prayer Mtg. & Bible Study Thursdays ... ..... .- 6:30 p.m.
Come and share with us in our "Walk In The Newness of Life"
Rev. Marty GiBrown, Pastor


First Baptist Church
102 THIRD STREET PORT
,'-',. ; .. Brent VAckery. Pastor
Buddy Caswell Benj
S. Minister of Music & Educoton Mini


Sunday School . .
Worship Service ......
Disciple Training .....
Evening Worship .......
Wednesday Prayer Meeting


ST. JOE
amin Roberts
ster to Students


. . 9:45 am
. 11:00 am
. 6:00pm
. . 7:00 pm
....... 6:30 pm


S"THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP"

Teaching the Truth of God's Word

FAIT-H BIB LE C4HURC1H4
801 20th Street Port St. Joe., 229-6707
Dr. Bill Taylor, Pastor
Sunday School .............. ... .. .... 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Morning Service .. .... .. .- ...... 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service Z...-':. '. ............. 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night Prayer. Meeting.& Bible Study .. .. 7:00 p.m.
Home of FAITH CHIRISTIAN COOLL
* .. 1 -; ....* ** .


' Constitution and Monument
SPort 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.


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


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


Re


J First United Methodist Church
y0(of Mexico Beach
S:11, North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410 A
Sunday Worship Services:
Traditional .............................. ...... ........... 9:00 a.m ., C
Contemporary ....... ............................... 11:00 a m., C
Open Hearts. Open minds. Open doors.
The people of Mexico Beach United Methodist Church


v. Ted Lovelace. Pastor NURSERY PeOVIDED Church/Office: 648-882


TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN


ST. JAMES'

EPISCOPAL CHURCH
800 22nd STREET, PORT.ST. JOE,
8:00 and 11:00 a.m. (EST)


S... : Sunday School 9:45
Child Care Provided for at 11:00


God'
lov

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hihe


Discover Go'soe


Discover God's Love! ,
'Everyone welcome -

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


SEEDS
FROM
THE {
SOWER
Michael A. Guido .
Meener, Georgia


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


S" H-, 98
Ap.I_ Ipal0..G. > Panorra C.1.v
10:30 Sunday Morning
7:00 Wednesday Evening H,
S1 Re.d A.e
Pastors Andrew & Cathy Rutherford Family Life church
Rhema Bible Training Center graduates
Visit our website at: faminlylifechurch.net woaho
323 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe 229-LIFE (5433)


Highland View Baptist Church
"A Fellowship of God's Children Sharing Jesus. JESUS CARES. We Care."
382 Ling Streel Porl St. Joe, FL 32456 850.227.1306
E-mail: hvbaplist@ool.com Web Sile: www.forministry.com/32456hvbc
"If you need ride to church call the church office and we'll pick you up."


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4 SHARK TALK
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Prom is in the air! From gos-
samer to strands of lights, 'from
good preparation' to homemade
waterfalls, the Junior Calss of Port
St. Joe High School is working dili-
gently to complete this year's prom
theme "A Walk In The Clouds".
Prm will -begin at' 8 p.m. on
Saturday, April 20 and --. o -
will finish with the
senior walk at mid-
night and the last
dance at 1 a.m. This ,
year's festivities will
take place at the .
Centennial- Building
and is sure to be a '
memorable night.
In the world of
sports, our spring
sports teams continue
working hard 'through the season.
Wednesday, April 17 is the track
and field District meet, on our
home turf beginning at 12 p.m.m
The baseball team has the
Citizen's Federal Tournament on
Thursday and Friday, April 18-19,
a first round District game on
Tuesday, April 23, and a District
Finals game on Tuesday, April 25.
The softball team has games on
Thursday, April 18 at 6 p.m.,
Friday, April 19 in Wewa, Monday,
April 22 in Chattahoochee at 6


p.m., and a Distinct l-inals game
on Thursday, April 25. GOOD
LUCKI!!
Our guidance counselor,
Melissa Ramsey, will be beginning
registration for the 2002-2003
school year on Thursday, April 18.
She will begin registering fresh-
S men for next year's
classes, on Thursday
and plans to begin reg-
istering the sophomores
on Friday.
S Our school will be
hosting a blood drive in
the gym on April 24..
The Student Govern-
ment Association will
-, be inducting new offi-
cers on April 25 at the
Monument. There will
also be orientation for upcoming
freshmen of April 25 at 6 p.m.
As Seniors who have begun
the count down to Graduation, we
spend every spare minute getting
ready for college by taking the ACT
and SAT and applying for scholar-
ships. We are also looking forward
to our Senior Picnic on April 23
and Grad)Nite at Disney World on
May 3.
Signing off for the last time
ever, this has been Maclairf Howse
for another edition of Shark Talk.


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From .the Principal of .

Wewahitchka

High School

by Dr. Bill Tiruby ,


One of the great milestones of
the school year took place last
weekend when the Junior Class'
sponsored the Prom. As a change'
of pace, and possibly a premoni-
tion of future proms, it was held
in the gym. The juniors did a
wonderful job of transforming the
court into an enchanting E'ening
in Paris. Congratulations to our
seniors who were elected as King
and Queen: Ernest Ake and
Jamie' Cain. And thanks to our
sponsors, Mrs.'Cole and Mrs
Wade, and the junior 'class offi-
cers, who made.:he event possible,
though hard work and months of
planning,and fund raising.
"How to Get Good Grades in '
Ten Easy Steps", Step Two is Be
Organized. If you are organized,
you have what you need, when
you need 'it. Some very .specific
ideas to accomplish this include:
Use an assignment book for each
subject: use 3-ring notebooks in
which to put notes taken from
each class;. have phone number's
for classmates; keep your locker
and backpack neat, and get orga-
nized before you go to bed.
Success -is, and' has been a
trademark of senior Lindsey
Carter., This week we, are so
pleased to announce that she is.
therecipient olf still another pres-.
tigious award. FHSAA has
announced that Lindsey is, n All-
State Academic team member.
This means that out'of all the girls
in the state who are athletes and
scholars, Lindsey has been recog-
nized as one of only 12 to earn
this distinction. Again, we say
congratulations to Lindsey!
Once again, the multiplier
factor that would have benefited
small schools like Wewa and Port
St Joe, has gone down to defeat.
This. underscores the dilemma
that we face week in and week out
on the athletic field. There ,are not
enough people in positions of
understanding and power' to do'
something about the disparity
that exists in the athletic arena.
Pnvate schools continue to have
an edge in attracting athletes and
putting championship caliber
teams on the field year after year.
As you know. we can only take


THE WEWAHITCHKA PLANNING

AND REVIEW BOARD WILL HOLD

A PUBLIC HEARING ON APRIL 25, 2002

AT CITY HALL AT 6 PM CT ON THE

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athletes from our school district.
There will yet be a response from
small schools that will make a dif-
ference for our kids' sakes!
Registration is set to begin on
April 22nd.. Students will receive
their packets of information and
their enrollment forms this week.-
They will also receive an appoint-
-meit time.for a meeting at which
decisions will be made regarding,
classes for next year. Parents are,
invited 'to attend the registration
meeting Please be .on -he lookout
for this information. '
You can be very proud of our
spring sports teams. They are all
doing wonderfully. The baseball
team is leading the pack in our
district, and will take a Number
One seed with them into district
tournament play next week. The
softball team.' sports a 19-0
record, and they too have a
Number One seed for next week's.
tournament The track team has
their distinct meet in PSJ this
week. Hopes are high for. a cham-
pionship for both the girls and, the
boys!. Weightlifting will be moving
on to the state this week. Anthony
Robinson will be representing us.
By the way, the field trnp that
was cancelled due ..to tle weather
has. been rescheduled 'for' May
.2nd. -
WHS is looking for,:,parents
and community members to serve
on the newly formed Literacy
Council. If yop like -or love read-
ing, this is your chance to get in
on the ground floor of improving
what we do educationally in this
area. Contact Dr. T.
We are closing in on selecting
our new coaches. Thanks to our
committee members for a great
effort and wonderful input
We thank the Drama
Department from Vernon High
School for a wonderful perfor-
Smance last week They introduced
us to Shakespeare!


Next week is Secretaries'
Week. Don't forget our great ladies
- or your own!
On April 24th Progress
Reports will be coming home.
Please be on thelookout for these
important papers. In addition, we
will have a *newsletter and some
other information that you will
want to see.
On April 29th we will be hav-
ing a couple of important events..
In the morning Wewa will be cele-
brating National Day of Prayer
with a t~me of prayer in. front of
the school at 7:00 a.m. Teens for
Christ and FCA will be hosting the
event. Everyone is welcome. In
the evening, we will behaving our
Annual. Academic, Excellence
Banqet.. Students, and parents
will be .receiving their invitations
this week.
On May, 1st, we will be having
a special armed forces as-embl',
at 10.00.,A11 branches ol' the mili-
.tary are invited to teach our


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young people and encourage them
to consider the military as pa
career. Hopefully this will be an
annual event!
The senior trip is not too far
away. And the 8th grade trip is,
just around the corner as well.-
How quickly the end of the year is
approaching. Make sure all your
ducks are in a row as we head for
the finish -line. And' next. year. is
just around the corner! .


SEASON OF COLOR
BOUGAINVILLEAS; OLEANDER IBISCUS, MANDEVILLA .
ALAMANDA, EUCAlfPTUS 8 BTHERFLY AIRTACTOP" ETC
SPECIAL SALE
LADY BANKS ROSE ,BRIDAL WREATH ,
3 Gal. Reqg l2.99 I Gal. Rig ,5.99
Now .,nly s 99 HoNWh 0 o1 4 99 .
SJpanese Magnolias, Battle Bruh, Antique Roei
Fruit Trees, Landscape Trees. Shrub, etc.
Cold Tolerant Citrus:
S3sunma, Oranqes, Kumquat Lemons, etc.
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Honor Students Named at WHS
t


The following students were
'listed on, thd honor roll for the
third nine weeks of school at
Wewahitchka High School.
Seventh Grade
All A's: Arielle Bragg, Latonya
Fisher, Marcie Jackson, Ellen
Manor, Matthew Miller, Megan
Peak, ,Hannah Price, Jessica
Stoppelbein, Bradley Udell, An-
thony Waite. ,
All A's ana B's: Frank Bailey,
Sean Bier-man, Ryan Cox,
Anthony Fleming, Dexter Hunter,
Logan Jamerson, JQseph Kreger,
Leigh Ann Mayo, Adam Murphy,
AshleyOglesby, Sam Paul, Shawn
Rich, -Taylor- Smith, Roy Suber,,
Caitlin Turner, Jasmine Ward.
Eighth Grade
:All A's: Matt Dorman, Hali
Price, Heather Simmons, Megan
Whitfield.
All A's and Bls: Justin
Barnes, Megan Crutchfleld, Cody
Harden, Sarah House, Jessica
Jonres, Megan 'Mayo, Courtney
McMillion, Kim Neel, Crystal
Vertrees, Jennifer Wigglesworth..
: Ninth rad
All A's: Jade Gaskin, Nathan
S Grimes, Courtney Martin.
SAllA's and B's: Zach Barnes,
Ko0dy Bidwell, Jeena Breman,
Courtney .'Bremer,. Sheiletta
Fisher, Candice Gordon, Britney
Grice, Geoffrey, Helms, Brandy
Little. Amy-' Nlehaus, Bridget
Parker, Steven Peak, Lauren
Pierola, Jill- Pippin. Porshe..
Sandlin, Will Strange. Courtney
Wood.
Tenth Grade
All. A's: Janie Fortune.


William Harrell, Laura Husband,
Ben Jones, Cassie Ward.
All A's and B's: Dottie Hall,
Kyle Hall, Andrew Lassiter, Chris
Lee, Veronica Marsh, Jeffrey
Marshall, James McCorney,
Lindsay Miller, Will Owens,
Tiffahy Pettis, Fritz Stoppelbein,
Monica Zito.
.Eleventh Grade
All A's: Monique Adkins,
Caleb )Cutchin, Clark Cutchin,
Sarah Grimes, Kelli Jackson,
Jesse Knee, Megan Morris.
All A's and B's: Jessica


Breman, Krystal Heffington,
Cortney Hoover, Javonna Jones,
Sean Kerrigan, Matt Itrarher,
Jennifer O'Barr, Angie Padgett,
Jesse Taunton, Jonathan
Thomas. '
Twelfth Grade
All A's: Lindsey Carter.. Alec
Chan, James Destifino. a
All A's and B's: Wesley
Colvin, Brooke Grice, Abbigail
Harris, Daniel Jordan, Alicia
Mooneyham, Amy Stephens, Peter
Taunton, Ashley Wolinski, Jeffrey,
Yoder.


Port. St.. Joe Middle School
has released its academic honor,
roll for the third nine weeks of the
2001-2002 school year.
ALL A's
6th Grade: Kathryn Arnold,
Eric Brumbaugh, Alex Flanagan,
Asliton Norris, JMatthew Wright.
7th Grade: Amelia Brock-
man, Jirtmy Curry, Angelica
Driesba h, Jason Price.
8th Grade: Jenna Chesser.
Kelly Geoghagan, Elizabeth
Gibson, Carmen Hill.
A's and B's
6th Grade: Mason. Adkison,
Crystal Bailey. James Bird,
Elizabeth Blackmon. Jessica
Chance. Sam Ellmer. Matthew
Gannon, Grant Glass. Devin
Guillot. Carson Howse. Misty
Knobel, Olihia Lamberson, Addie


Little,. Carolyn Marley, 'Bryce
Nelson, Krista Parker, Ricky
Pasco, Alexa Protsmnan, Trevor
Seay, ,Summer Stitt, Corbin
Vickery, Morgan Wood, -Joshua
Zuber.
:7th Grade: Dusty Alford,
Mica Ashcraft,, Jennifer Bland.'
Sam Cox, Warren Floyd, Kurtis
Krum, Devin Quaranta, Zeke-
Stevens, Courtney Thompson;
Gabrielle Whittington.
S8th Grade: Tom Boone,
Nikita Bryant, Jenremy' Couch,,
Stephen Dykes, Nicole Ford,
Andrew Furr, Lindsay Hanseni,
Katie Hoffman, Henry Kirby,
Danielle Krasniqi. Bnrittany Kropp,
Kayleigh Lewis. Brooke Mathes.
Anna McFarland, Nina Mclntire.
Jessica Mock. Zachary Norris.'
Cori Owens. Ashlyn Parker.
: Michelle Pemn. Emily Ralfield.
Rebecca Schell. Jordan Todd,
Misty Tomlinson, Haley Watford.
Andrew White;

Troop 242 News'
Girl Scout Troop 242 recently
went to a Camp for All Seasons for
an environmental 'badge bash.
They stayed at a cabin for the
weekend. Members present were
Krystal Keigan, Jamie Jackson,
Charlotte Faircldth. Angela
Canington, Cheyenne Chehardy.
LIT Amy Canington, and leader'
Tammy Canington


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I g ,.. .F .. .. .
Junior Girl Scouts touring the Gulf County Sheriffs facilities
*. "were: Jamie Jackson, Charlotte Faircloth, leader Tammy Canington,
Cheyenne Chehardy, Krystal Keigans, Angela Canington, LIT Amy
Canington and (not pictured) leader Bonnie Keigans.


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Florida Garden

Extension Notes
by

Roy Lee Carter
Gulf County Extension Service'


Nitrogen Defici
One key to successful land-
scaping in Florida is making'sure
, your soil contains enough nitror
uen Deficiency of this element is
the most common nutritional
problem affecting woody orna-
mentals in our state. Admot with-
ous exception, plant growth can
be improved by applications of
riilrogen. '
Nitrogen is heeded by woody
ornamentals in greater amounts
than any other element. Nitrogen
allows plants to synthesize anilho
acids, the building blocks of pro-
tein. Unfortunately, supplies of
this .vital element are very,low in
Florida soils. .This is a serious
problem for an\yoni trying ig to grow
plants in our state.
'As I said, the supply Il nitro-
gen which is naturally a\ ajlable to )
plants is very Iliruted This prob-
lem is compounded by the fact
that any nitrogen we add as fertil-
izer is soon leached away by water
rapidly draining through our
andy Flonda soils. ,-\so. il your.
home is located on land ,where'
vegetables or, other crops were
grown for years, the soil almost
certainly lacks adequate nitrogen.


II you noLtice a uniform lo-s ilW
green color froin piant leaves. \ou
can suspect ,nitrogen delicienciy.
This loss of color may vary from
pale yellowish-green in the "early
stages to almost ivory, if the prob-
lem is not corrected. In addition to
a loss of green color, a lack of
nitrogen will cause leaves to. be'
thinner and smaller than normal.
and' there will be fewer of them.
Nitrogen deficiency. affects
leaves all over a plant. but yellow- -
ing .is worse ,on the fruiting
branches.. If a plant is severely
affected, its foliage will become
quite sparse, and quite a bit of
dead wood will appear. Nitrogen
deficient plants grow slowly, if at
"all, and they are quite, susceptible
to cold injury. So, as you can see
this ailment can be quite detri-
mental, threatening a plant's very
survive al.
Working some organic matter
I'intr"the soil will help hold nitro-
gen better. However. we must
point out that organic matter
.alone won't clear up a nitrogen
deficiency. You can't add enough.
organic material to restore proper


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ency In Plants
plant growth. The emphasis is on
the word HOLD. Added organic
matter merely reduces leaching,
by improving the -oils :capacity to
retain moisture.
To correct hintrogen deficiency,
you'll have to add the element toa
the soil. There are three wvays thi4


can be done. You might choose to
supply nitrogen in a basic garden
fertilizer, such as 8-8-8. You could
use a high nitrogen content fertil-
izer, such as a 16-4-8. Or you
might decide to add nitrogen:
alone, using something like
ammonium nitrate.
If you use a basic garden fer-
tilizer, apply it four times a year,
at the rate. of two to four pounds
per 100 square feet per applica-
tion. Four applications. of a high
nitrogen fertilizer also are recom-
mended. But, use only one or two
pounds per 100 square feet. The
amount of a single nutrient fertil-
izer youth should use will depend
on the percentage of nitrogen in
the material you select. For exam-
ple, half a pound of ammonium
nitrate, that contains 3M-1/2 per-
cent usable' nitrogen, will supply
enough of the element for' 100
square feet of soil.


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PUBLIC NOTICE

A Public Hearing .will e held at the Planning andDevelopment
Review Board (PDRB) meeting on Tuesday, April 16, 2002 at 10:00
am. EST and at the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) meet-
ing on Tuesday. April 23,. 2002 at 6:00 p.m. EST. Both public hear-
ings will be held in the BOCC Meeting Room at'the Robert M Moore'
Administration Building, 1000 Cecil G. Costin Sr: Blvd., Port St. Joe,
Florida. The public hearings will be to discuss and act on the follow-
ng:
Final Plat Approval for Landing at Wetappo, St. Joe Timberland, Tax
ID #3469-OOOR; 113.12 acres in Section 2 & 3, Township.6 South,
Range 11 West, Gulf County, Florida, a 16 unit subdivision subject
to all development regulations required by Gulf County.
Preliminary Plat Approval for Landing at Bryant, St. Joe Timberland,
Tax ID #0775-000R- 41 acres in Section 28 & 33, Township 5 South,
Range 9 West, Gulf County, Florida, a 17 unitsubdivision subject to
all development regulations required by Cuff County.

Preliminary Plat Approval for Costin. Subdivision, Charles Costin, Tax
ID #6345-50 IR & #6345-500R 36.2 acres in Section 25, Township
8 South, Range 12 West, Gulf County, Florida, a 72 unit subdivision
subject' to all development regulations required by Gulf County.
Preliminary Plat Approval for Hammock By The Bay, Jimmy
Hambrick, Tax ID #6261-00QR 3-75 acres in Section 36, Township.
8 South, Range 11 West, Gulf County, Florida, a 5 unit subdivision
subject to all development regulations required by Gulf County.
Public Hearing for consistency between the Port St. Joe Port
Authority's revised Port Master Plan and the Gulf County
Comprehensive Plan's Coastal Element and transmittal to required
agencies before adoption.
Applications 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.
The public is encouraged to.attend and be heard on these matters.
Information, prior to the meeting can be viewed at the Planning and
Building Department at 1000 Costin Blvd., Room 301.
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PAGE 8B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2002


STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION NOTICE
OF PROPOSED AGENCY ACTION
.The Department of Environmental Protection
gives Notice of Its -Intent to Approve the
Pretreatment Program Modification of the City of
Port St. Joe. Florida. for Permit Number FL0020206.
The Pretreatment Program Modification consists of
revisions to the City's legal authority.
The Department file on this matter 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 Domestic Wastewater
Section, at 2600 Blair Stone Road. Mail Station
3540. Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400, (850) 488-
4524.
The Department will approve the Pretreatment
Program Modification unless a timely petition for an
administrative hearing Is filed under sections
120.569 and 120.57 of the Florida Statutes before
the deadline for filing a petition. The procedures for
petitioning for a hearing are set forth below.
A person whose substantial interests, are,
affected by the Department's proposed decision may
petition for an administrative proceeding (hearing)
under sections 120.569 and 120.57 of the Florida
Statutes. The petition must contain the Information
set forth below and must be filed (received by the
clerk) in the Office of General Counsel of the
Department at 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard,
. Mail Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000.:
Petitions by the applicant or any of the parties
listed below must be filed within twenty-one days of
receipt of this written notice. Petitions filed by any
persons other than those entitled to written notice
under section 120.60(3) of the Florida Statutes must
be filed within twenty-one days of publication of the
notice or within twenty-one 'days of receipt of the
written notice, whichever occurs first.
Under. section 120.60(3) of the Florida
Statutes, however, any person who has asked the
Department for notice of'agency action may file a
reUi.r, it-,in tAeri, one da.,s of receipt f uAich
r.oul.:. ;e,'-.llc..L ,,f thL dale pu lW0 U IIL auon
The peruitioner ;hall ,Tal a ,:a:p. of ithe peton


to the applicant at the address Indicated above at
the time of filing. The failure of any person to file a
petition or request for mediation within the appro-
priate time period shall constitute a waiver of that
person's right to request an administrative determi-
nation (hearing) under sections 120.569 and 120.57
of the Florida Statutes. Any subsequent Intervention
(In a proceeding Ihitiated by another party) will be
only at the discretion of the presiding officer upon
the filing of a motion in compliance with rule 28-
106.205 of the Florida Administrative Code.
A petition that disputes the material facts on
which the Departments action Is based must con-
tain the following information:
.(a) The name, address, and telephone number
of each petitioner; the name. address, and telephone
number of the petitioner's representative. If any; thd
Department case Identification number and the
county in which the subject matter or activity is
located;
(b) A statement of how and when each peti-
tioner received notice of the Department action;
(c) A statement of how each petitioner's sub-
stantial Interests are affected by the Department
action:
(d) A statement of all disputed Issues of mate-
rial fact. If there are none, the petition must so indi-
cate;
(e) A statement of facts that the petitioner con-
tends warrants, reversal or modification of the
Department action:
11) A concise statement of the ulumrne iacls
alleged. as %ell as the rules ard si.auies v rnicr. enu-
dJe the peuioner to relief, and .
gi) A sLatemen of the relief tougrit b, the peu-
tioner. stating precisel) tie aclorn that the peution.
er wants the Department to take., .
A peuuon that doe. not dispute the material
fact- c.n whlcn the Department s acun 13 b.ised
shall slate that no such lacts are in dispute and ou-,i
risAe shall contain the same informauon as set
forth above as required by rule 28- 1C06 301
Because the adminlitrauxne hearing proce.z 1-n
designed 1 .r-rulaie tfinral 3aen action. the filing
of a peuuon means thai me Departmeni. final
action ma3 oe different from tih' poaiuon laken b) it
in tih nouce Persons %dhose subaInual interests
Vfill be affiTec:ied by an) Ruch final decision of the
Depziruneni h3ae the right to peuutitn to be.faome a
par t, l the proceeding. In ac,:ordar.:e i.lth the
requirements slet fortlh abo,.e


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In addition to requesting an administrative
[hearing, any petitioner may elect to pursue media-
tion. The election may be accomplished by filing
with the Department a mediation agreement with all
parties to the proceeding (i.e., the applicant, the
Department, and any person who has filed a timely
and sufficient petition'for a hearing): The agreement
must contain all the Information required by rule
28-106.404. The agreement must be received by the
clerk in the Office of General Counsel of the
Department at 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard,
Mail Station 35. Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000,
within ten days after the deadline for filing a peti-
tion, as set forth above. Choosing mediation will not
adversely affect the right to a hearing if mediation
.does not result in a settlement.
As provided in section 120.573 of the Florida
Statutes, the timely agreement of all parties to medi-
ate will toil the.time limitations Imposed by sections
120.569 and 120.57 for holding an administrative
hearing and issuing a final order. Unless otherwise


agreed by the parties, the, mediation must be con-
cluded within sixty days of the execution of the
agreement. If mediation results In settlement of the
administrative dispute, the Department must enter
a final order incorporating the agreement of the par-
ties. Persons seeking to protect their' substantial
interests that would be affected by such a modified
final decision must file their petitions within twenty-
one days of receipt of this notice, or they shall be
deemed to have waived their right to a proceeding
under sections 120.569 and 120.57. If mediation
terminates without settlement of the dispute, the
Department shall notify all parties in writing, that
the administrative hearing processes under sections,
120.569 and 120.57 remain available for disposition
of the dispute, and the notice will specify the dead-
lines that then will 'apply for challenging the agency
action and electing remedies under those two
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2002


IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR
THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA PANA-
MA CITY DIVISION
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Plaintiff. -
vs 5: 01cv309/RH
WENONA GAYLE FULLER. GULF COUNTY. FLORI-
.DA and WEWAHITCHKA STATE BANK,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER AND BY
VIRTUE OF A FINAL DECREE OF FORECLOSURE
RENDERED IN THE ABOVE-STYLED CASE ON
MARCH 7. 2002, BY THE UNITED STATES DIS-
TRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF
FLORIDA, IN FAVOR OF THE PLAINTIFF. THE
UNDERSIGNED. APPOINTED IN SAID DECREE.
WILL ON THE 23rd DAY OF APRIL. 2002, AT 12:00
NOON. IN FRONT OF THE GULF COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE DOOR IN THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE.
FLORIDA. OFFER FOR SALE AND SELL AT PUBLIC
OUTCRY TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, THE FOL-
LOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY. SITUATED,
LYINNGAND BEI GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA:
Exhibit "A"
Lot;3. Block "B": A parcel of land lying and being in
the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of
Section 36. Township 3 South. Range 10 West, Gulf
County. Florida, and being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at the Southeast Corner of the
Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of said
Section 36; thence go South 00 degrees 20 minutes
39 seconds West for a.distance of 20.22 feet to the
Northerly right of way. boundary line of Bryan
r Setterich Road (having a 70 foot wide right of way);
thence go South 88 degrees 46 minutes 04 seconds
West along said Northerly right of way boundary line
for a distance of 269.35 feet to point of Intersection
with the Westerly right of way boundary line of
Crestwood Lane (having a 60 foot.wide right of way)
r for the POINT OF BEGINNING. From said Point of
Beginning, continue South 88 degrees 46 minutes
04 seconds West along the Northerly right of way
boundary line ofBryan Setterich Road for a distance
of 177.00 feet; thence departing said Northerly right
of; way boundary line, go North 01 degrees 21 min-
utes 11 seconds West for a distance of 246.10 feet;
thence go North 88!degrees 46 minutes 04 seconds
East for a distancebol 177 feet to the Westerly right
of way boundary life of Crestwood Lane; thence go
South 01 degrees 21 minutes 11 seconds East along,
said Wesieri ngr. ,:.i ay boundary line for a dis-
tance of 246 10 flet I.:. the Point of Beginning. Said
parcel.of land having an area of 1.00 acres, more or
" less.
ALSO KNOWN AS: Lot 3. Block "B", 'Crestwood
Acres, unrecorded,
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONCERNING
THE ,BOLCE PRI.FERT. C.'r'TriCT Z THE :,FFiCE.
OF THE i.,. S .-iTTO-RJiE TELEPHONE N.:,
8,)50 444-4.000E E'-T 4:'0 StilE IS SUB.JECT TO:
'CONFIRMATION OF THE COURT. METHOD OF
PAYMErIT IS BY POST01L MONEY ORDER OR CER-
TIFIEED CHE:K r;.L'E PA'.-BLE TO THE LU S MAR-
SHALS SER i,'E TEN PERCENT CF HIGH/
,.C,'EPTABLE BID iN CERTIFIED ,:HEC:K OR
CASHIERS CHECK INO CASH wlLL BE ACCEPTED
WTH THE BALANCE DUIE WITHIN 4.k HOI.RS
THIS SALE IS SUBJECT T,. STATE AND L.C'CAL
TAXES
DATE .1ar:. 1) 20'02
S JAMES .' LOCKi.El' *JPF
SUnited States P.rMah.hal
rn-tr rerin DL Ei -:tn. .1 .f ..f rii
E DONRIS %t-S.t.irjiLL
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'Tublish Mar. '2;i ipril 4 11 and 18, 2002

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA.
SCase No.: 01-80-CP
DIVISION Probate '
I RF Thie e-sare .
Coiler.,cn Le.. Ll.lnEli:.r '-

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
S Tre .jdmitanitrau':.i, .r e E tat'. of. '.C leseiimr Lee
S L.irnazit..n si. ,s.-.' ,: i FH ,I number I-;r',.,CF i
peruinr in the tlri,:Jui -.C)u.1 for Gulf C:,unnr.'
FIonaa Probatle Dnl:l:.r. tLhe address o.f .r]ach i-
S 100ii j : CLui ':ti.:'.tl B.:.ul.ira F:ort St JO- Flor.' a
3245-6 The riam.-T i-na, ,:dresse; of rthe per:s-.rnal
repre-err taL.e aUd tdr.e personal repre.erriau.e-
l:.r-ew., k'e iet. l ,r'. r .el.,,.
A11 crednisr of Lne d.credsnt and otrier per:,.n_
h..nmi 5:i1T._ or ,t .i.T n -a-L airlsn' de-.:dentr s 5LsLe
Irnclulirnii unmatureid c.:nurir enr :.r uriliqui-daie.l
.lsim: ',.n InTs .i:., .:U-I rs i nou,:e C.e r ed ,musr, r
I'lle their claim. ]Lh th. Co urr WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
st. f.,. ,-oJi ...e ,. .


having claims or demands against the decedent's
estate., including unmatured, contingent or unliqul-
dated claims, must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV-
ER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this Notice Is
April 11, 2002.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
T. Whitney Strickland, Jr.
259 East Seventh Avenue
Tallahassee. Florida 32303
Telephone No. (850)222-2888
Florida Bar No.: 0287350
Telephone: (850) 222-2888
Personal Representative:
Johnny Livingston
6845 Veterans Memorial Dr.
Tallahassee, Florida 32309
Publish April 11 & 18. 2002
IN THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Estate of Probate Division
JOHN I. SPOONER. JR..
Deceased. Case No.. 02-23-CP
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the Estate of JOHN I. SPOON-
ER, JR., deceased. Case No. 02-23. Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Gulf County. Florida. Probate
Division; the address of which Is Gulf -Cunty
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. The name
and address of the Personal Representative and the
Personal. Representative's attorney Is set forth
below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All persons on whom this notice Is served who have
objections that challenge the qualifications of the
Personal Representative, venue, or the jurisdiction
. of this Court or claims any Interest In.the estate, are
,required to file their objections. with this Court
WITHIN THE LATTER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
/OF THIS NOTICE OR NINETY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons hav-
ing claims or demands against decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice Is served; within three
months after the date of the first publication of this
notice, must file their claims with this Court WITH-
IN THE LATTER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR NINETY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
N1I ,:,rrer ,redit,:.r s .- the d e.:e, r.T anrd p,c ou ,_- i ..
Irn., -:IoisT- C.r demnr.nds- a air liit the 1,. e.: l,e : e z ret
nius1t lie the-ir *If: IT: 1 i. i, Ir r. r .- C-..urt WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL
CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
Tne dare 1i th-e filrSt pus..h.: ii :.i- ..I rhli :u.:.: i prll
II 2,i02
Attorney for Personal Representative: '
DAVID C. GASKIN
P.O. Box 185
'.e., a3ni.:h 3a Fl.nd._ 3-24,5
Peri_:.nJl Represt.r atl.e
S.J:,'Hr PHiL ,_S,-.F-iE'R SP
3434 S. earn Mill F.. .i
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Pu lrish .April II i 2;. i l ., i 2 :,:,,2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF COUNTY.
FLORIDA
fi' RE E5ST-TE ,.,F pF--'BATE rr.i'3;.r
SOR..- .L RS 1T:iCLEDS fli1 Il ji .er ,...' F
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The .adiTinil-urasin Iof th-, el.-aie a i 'F'.AL t,-E
.. '>Tli',kLCE. .l e -'c el, rile l u.TE.n r 1..'Q I:. p, rnd-
i n i n inhe Cif.L ui. l ,.uirr l'f.. .iJll .,.r. rfi.rln
Pr.bite Dl is lion. the aJdreses-l" : il'r n Guill
S Counr., Courth.--..e I.'1,, Fit'r0 SLi'ei f'O 5.r .Joe
Flond: 3245-6 The nrrie an.: adidr-. ,F.he per-
sonal repre e tnr.arl'e i ard thC per-ona. l irepreienrl-
u.e z riorne. re :e -et Ir-ti bel:..-
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT*
\\1 per...or .:. hs h ,i trii .:,r,: i: r. ,:l 'i h :
S,- ,:.bjec r.iuo tha t :is.:lern e ih-. Ii t.lidr,, :.1 the
illL tre qualri.:auun.:r,- rne perr-rnal re're'.-enta-
u'se .erue. or juri.li.:u.rn:.I ri: C'.. rt are required
1:. file their ob :cuoe r, siu tLhii '.:,urt v.iTl-lHi THE
L-.TER *.-F THRXE :131 r.lirTit .-s.FTEF THE D.-.TE
OF THE FiPST FI.-BLiFC.TlOil *.F Ti-lS ri,.'Ti:E 'F-.
THIRT' 1301' DA.'i .-.J-tER THE DsiTE. .F sEl-.iCE
:' A -',- F', ,;'F THIS rJ.-TI':,E 'jil THEM.
Jll credit or. ,f" the de.:e-.enr, ard -: .rher per.':.r,
na..i ng :llim. or derr,T:ndsc against d1cedernt _s. eate
un. h.m.r 3 *: ofp., I"lrinL r.ilicer: is -e -r.ed stihirn ree
(.1 nimor'.ris after tree .ate )i rne firs: puoiicu-rn oi
ri.is notice must ile their :laimie '.'lr. r-i .:.un
i'.'. Hili T-fE L TTER '*:F THiPEE 131 r.,l. l iIS
iFTEF TIH-E ,.-TE -F F -iE FiF'T PUBLIC -TIl. ,_-,f
.. Thi.- I -].LTI(;.

DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and persons
having claims or demands against the decedent's
estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST .PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publication of this Notice is April
11, 2002,
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Charles A. Costin
Post Office Box 98
Port St. Joe, FL 32457
Telephone: (850) 227-1159
Florida Bar No; 699070
Personal Representative:
Abijah Williams
731 Buddy Drive
Pahama City, FL 32404
Publish April 11 & 18. 2002
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO.0102-21
The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
will receive bids from any person, company or cor-.
poration Interested In 'providing the. -following
goods/service: '
1 (One) 20' x 72' Metal Building Addition to the
Highland View Fire Department
Bid price' to Include delivery, and .the delivery date
must be specified. Liquidated damages of $25.00 per
day will be assessed for each day goods remain
undelivered.
Questions should be directed to Building Official
Michael L. Hammond at (850) 229-8944.-
Please Indicitte on the envelope YOUR COMPANY
NAME, that this Ip a SEALkD BID and Include the
BID NUMBER
Bids will be received until Monday, April 22,
2002 at 5"00 p.m E.T at the Office of the Clerk
of Circull Coui. 1000 Cecil G Costin, Sr. Blvd.,
Room 148 Port St. Joe, FL 32456, and the bids
will be opened at this location on Tuesday, April
23..2002 at 10:00 a.m., E.T. The public is invit-
ed to attend.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all
bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By:/S/ Carmen L. McLemore, Chairman
Attest:/S/ Douglas C. Birmingham. Clerk
Publish April 11 & 18, 2002

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO.0102 22
The Gulf -'.:.nrr Bo.ii I*. C-.:.u't., '.-:.n msiior,rr
w ill recei t i s.1 r, s. i-.r.,e r _- i::. r. -'', .:r : r.r
poratlon Interested: in providing the 'following
goods/service:
Dental-Insurance
Please :pe.:, '-1-i er., date. after rofiii.:a1i;-.ri ,:. bid
award. ,
Specifications may be obtained from the ClerkR'
Office- Gulf l ,:.,Jnr, ,..urtriou-e iOIX.O' Ce,:l G
Cour. St Bi .r R .:m i laii F:rt cir .:..? f i.32-1 .6
- (e.,sI 2:.. I 3
' Ple.- cdir .. :. r.n i.:,.p" YOUR COMPANY
NAME n ar U.-. i: a SEALED BID s"n- I.il,.,. 'n0 _
BID NUMBER
Bids will be received until Friday. May 3. 2002 at
5:00 p m.. E.T at the Office of the Clerk of
Circuit Count. 1000 Cecil G Costin. St Blvd..
Room 148. Port St. Joe. FL 32156. and the bids
will be opened atl his location on Monday. May
6. 2002 at 10:00 a.m. E T The public is invited
to attend.
The.Board :'e.,r.e- hrie ngirr to reject any and all
Sbids.,
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA


By: /s/ Carmen L. McLemore, Chairman
Attest: /s/ Douglas C. Birmingham. Clerk
Publish April 11 & 18, 2002

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO.0102-23
'The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners
will receive bids from- any person, company or cor-
poration Interested in providing the following:
Financing Dump Truck
$47,995.00 Annual Payments 3 Years
(1st Payment Due in Approximately 1 Year)
Please specify estimated delivery date of funds, after
notification of bid award.
Please indicate on the envelope that this is a
SEALED BID and include the BID NUMBER.
Bids will be received until Friday, May 3, 2002 at
5:00 p.m., EST at the Office of the Clerk of
Circuit Court, 1000 Cecil G. Costin, Sr. Blvd.,
Room 148, Port St Joe,, FL 32456, and the bids
will be opened at this location on Monday, May
6, 2002 at 10:00 a.m., E.S.T. The public is invit-
ed to attend. ';
' Tih Board reserves the right to reject any and all
L, ti 'BOARD OF COL, INY COMMISSIONERS
GUlLF COUNTY FLORIDA
By: /s/ Carmen L. McLemore, Chairman
Attest: /s/ Douglas C. Birmingham, Clerk
Publish April 18 & 25. 2002 ..


North Florida Child Development. Inc. announces a
Request for Proposals for Project Management
Services for a renovation project at its Child
Development Center in Wewahitchka, Florida. All
Interested firms please contact: Wanda Davis at
856-639-5080 ext. 11 for an RFP packet. Deadline
for submission is May 1. 2002. 4:30pm cst.
Publish April 18, 2002
Recovered/Impounded Property: The following vehi-
cles are currently the impounded property of the
Mexico Beach Department of Public Safety. Police
Division. ,
1985 Chevrolet Van, Grey In color
VIN# I GCEG25H3F7139342
1987 Mazda Pickup-Truck Black In color.
VIN#JM2UF3114H0599565
Publish April 18. 2002

B&A TOWING
4560 County Road 386
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
(850) 647-3031.
NOTICE OF AUCTION
B&A Towing will be selling the following vehi-
cle on the 19th day of April, 2002 at 9:00 A.M. east-
ern standard time. The sale will be held at 4560 C.R.
386 (Overstreet), Port St. Joe; FL 32456. We reserve
the right to refuse any and all bids.
Year Make Vin
1989 Pontiac KL2TX2160KB326060
Publish April 18, 2002


The City of Mexico Beach is currently accepting
sealed bids for surplus vehicles and equipment. All
Interested spartles can obtain a copy of the items for
bid by contacting John Grantland, Public Works
Director, at (850) 648-5700 or at City Hall, 118 N.
14th Street, Mexico Beach. FL 32410. Vehicles and
equipment are available for Inspection at the City's
maintenance yard located on 22nd Street between
the hours of 8:00 am and 2:00 pm, CST, Monday
through Thursday. The closing date for all bids is
April 29, 2002 at 12:00 pm CST. The bids are to be
opened at City Hall on April 29 at 1:30 pm CST. The
City of Mexico Beach reserves the right to refuse
and/or reject any and all bids.
Publish April 18 & 25, 2002

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AUCTION every Fri. 7 p.m. ET in
ANTIQUE MALL at Old Port Theatre.
Consignments Welcomel
We Buy Estatesl
WADE CLARK AUCTIONS'
314 Reid Avenue, PSJ, 229-9282,
AB1239, AU1737, AU1743
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1995 Chrysler Cirrus. AT, AC, V6, 1
owner. Loaded. Excellent condition.
$3450. Call anytime. 960-4464.
ltc4/18
1997 Ford Escort LX. 4 Dr. AT, AC. Low
miles. New condition. $3950. Call any-
time. 960-4464. ltc4/18
1994 Isuzu Rodeo 4X4. 4 Dr., V6, AT,
AC. $4950. Call anytime. 960-4464,
ltc4/18

1993 Honda Accord EX 4 Dr, Sunroof,
AT, AC, Excellent Condition. 1 Ownerl
$4950. Call anytime. 960-4464.
ltc4/18
,1991 Pontiac Grand Prix SE, 2 Dr, AT,
AC, clean, dependable,, excellent condi-
tion. $1950. Call anytime. 960-4464.
ltc4/18.

1997. GMC 1500 SLE,' Extended Cab,
3rd door. Loaded Low Miles!. 1 Owner!
$10,900. Call anytime. 960-4464.
m ltc4/18

1997 Pontiac Grand Am. 4 Dr, AT ; AC,
1 owner. 60,000 miles. Excelles. Exnt condi-
tion. Must See This One! $4950. Call
anytime. 960-4464. ltc4/18
1992 Ford Explorer XLT, 4X4. 4 door.
AT, AC. V6. Excellent Condition. 83950.
Call anytime. 960-4464. ltc4/18
1994 Toyota Camry. 4 do6r, AT, AC,
Clean and Dependable. Excellent:
Condition. $3450. Call anytime. *960-
4464. ltc4/18
1995 Plymouth Grand Voyager. 60.000
miles. One Owner. New Condition. Must
Seel Loaded. 65950. Call anytime. 960-
4464. Itc4/18


Perfect Floundering Boat. 13'6" with
plat form bow. Two under water lights,
25 H.P. Suzuki, drive on trailer. $1,200.
528 4th Street, 229-6160. 2tp4/11


23 ft. Rebalo deep sea fishing boat with
250 Yamaha motor, $6,500. Call 1-850-
875-1493 or mobile 933-2685. Can be
seen at 222 Whiting Street, Port St. Joe.
2tc4/18
KAYAKS! Scupper Pros-the BEST fish-
ing/kayak! 10% Off! Several new and
used boats in stock. Wade Clark, Port
Theatre, Port St. Joe, 850-229-9282.
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Childcare

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RV Spaces Full hook ups. 229-8959
leave message. 8tp4/18


1990 Conrvette Coupe, 65,000 miles. Roommate to share 2 bedroom, I bath
excellent tires, 6 speed. removable glass trailer. St. Joe Beach. Must like fresh &
top, excellent condition, extra clea, music, neat. cean. Male/an. Female..
S12.500. Call 229- 1329. ,3tc4/18, 8275/S150 Call Brad at 6117-9107.
lItp4/18


1995 Ford T-Bird 104K. Needs a little
body work. 84,000 OBO. 1989 Ford
SRanger. Needs fuel pump, $1,500 OBO.
Call 647-8033 or 647-6093. .1tp4/18
1991 Harley Da\idson Sportster 20.000
miles New batter & tire, S4.500 OBO.
647-9295 or 647-3930. ltp4/18
1998 Lincoln Town Car. low mileage.
silver wath gray leather interior, call
229-6449. 2tc4/18


1986 F50 longbed pickup, S1.500. Call
648-5476. fc4/ll


SPatrick
Millions
I Can Get You Financed'
Ask Foe Me. 785-340
Great Deals. Great Terms.
Several Pickups & SUVsJn .
Stock at Reduced Prices!
Roger Clemmons
Quality Auto Sales
2707 E. 15th Street, Panama City
_.




14' aluminum Jon Boat with 25 hp.
Johnson. also trolling motor, excellent
condition: 647-5770, ask for Ken.
2tp4/18


12' ex. wide Lowe Lake Jon, 9.9 motor,
excellent condition, trailer, $1,500. 647-
8055. 2tp4/11

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

COMMERCIAL BUILDING
For Rent
414-416 Reid Avenue
227-1812

FOR RENT OR LEASE
Dry storage space
3,000 sq. ft.
Qall 229-6031

For Rent
1, 2 & 3 bedroom apts.
PINE RIDGE APTS.,
125 Venus Dr., Port St. Joe, FL 32456
(850) 227-7451
"Ask about our move-in specials"
Central heat and air
Laundry facilities
S* Wall to wall carpeting
On-site Management
Voice/TrY Access LJ
(352) 472-3952 LTk


3 bedroom, 2.bath urLfurnished, mobile
home in quiet park. $400 month, plus
deposit. Call 648-5476. tfc4/11
Very Nice 2'bedroom. I bath apartment
at 606 Woodward Ave., Port St. Joe.
$500 per month plus $500 security
deposit. Call 647-2570. 2tp4/11
3 bedroom house in Port St. Joe for
rent. call 648-5306 Ufc4/4


Bay Front Home 3 bedroom. 2 baths
1600 sq. ft. =. Call Russ at 229-8211 or
229-9766. tfc4/4
Nice 2 bedroom, I bath trailer, unfur-
nished for rent, call 647-5361. tffc4/4
Mobile home lot for rent in quiet park.
S120 month. Call 648-5476. tfc4/4
2 & 3 BR. long-term rental units. Call
Crystal Sands Realty 648-4400 tc4,4


Apart./Homes for Rent: 1 3 BR
apart/duplexes/homes for rent in Mex.
Bch. Furn. & unfurnished. Call Parker
Realty at 850-648-5777 for more info.
S;. fc4/4

Funuished and Unifurnished Rentals.
Sti Joe Beach, Mexico Beach and Gulf
Shores. (Beachfront. Gulfview and
Interior) Several Short and Long Term
from $400 to 1,400 per month. Arline
Realty, Inc. 850-647-2628. tfc4/4


Large 3 .bedroom, 2 bath otwnhouse,'
unfurnished, washer/dryer hook-up.
$800 per month, $300 security deposit.
N. 36th Street. Mexico Beach. Call Gulf
Coast Vacation Rentals at 648-5449. '
tfc4/4_




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








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

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


Efficiency-type apartment in P.S.J.,
furnished, all utilities inc. Weekly,
Monthly rates. Call 639-3600 or 229.-
2941. tfc4/4t
UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & refrig.
cen. h&a. screen porch. carport & laun-
dry rm.
* Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove &
refrig., washer/dryer hook-up.
* New extra,lg. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ha., inside laundry rm., ch&a, dish-
washer & stove, fully carpeted. No pets.
FURNISHED
*Small 2 bdrm; home, auto heat & air, wash-
er/dryer hook-up.
* One bedroom apartment, washer/ dryer
hookup. Call 229-6777 after 7 PM. tfc4/4
Rental Management
Seeking property owners with units
available for long term rentals. Our fees
-are reasonable and we have a heavy
demand for long term rentals. Arline
Realty, Inc. 850-647-2628. tfc4/4


RV Spaces, full hook ups. Call 229-
8959 leave message. 8tp2/28




3'x6'x5" latex mattress; $40; Koss
Personal CD player. $10 (no earphones);
2 bookcases,. 36'Wx 12"Dx72"H, S50:
28"Wxll"Dx48"H, S20: 2 lamps. 810
each. Call 647-8822. ltp4/18
For Sale, Gas Stove, Upright Freezer.
Call 227-4575. 2tc4/18
WE BUY USED FURNITURE AND
ANTIQUES. BIG BARN FLEA MARKET.
850-227-7410. 3tp4/l I

Used furniture for sale. Johnnie's
Trim Shop, 310 4th St., PSJ tfc4/4
Unfinished Furniture @
REEVES
Furniture & Refinishing Shoppe
234 Reid Avenue
Qual.ly Refmnihing snce 1982
Call John Reeves at 229-6374




GARAGE SALE, 2022 Marvin Ave.,,
Fri. & Sat., April 19 & 20, 9:00 am. NO
EARLY BIRDS PLEASE. Collectables,
furniture, PlayStaUon. designer cloth-
ing, handbags & shoes. Sears vacuum,
Lenox China. signed Norm Van Brockihn
text book. 10% discount on Sat.
ltc4/18
YARD SALE, 1618 Marvin Ave., Sat.,
April 20, 9:00-12:00. All clothes 25t
each. Everything must go. Itp4/18
MOVING SALE, 711 Long Ave., Fri. &
Sat., 7:00 till. ltc4/18
YARD SALE, 308 Hatley Drive, Sat,
April'20, 7:00-12:00 CST. ltc4/1,8
YARD SALE, 201 Louisiana Ave.,
Mexico Beach, Fri.', April 19th, 7:00-
1:00. Lots of good stuff. Rain Cancel.
ltc4/18
GARAGE SALE, 318 Ward Street, St.
Joe Beach, Fri. & Sat., April 19 & 20:
Small appliances, furniture, plants,
hand painted items and much misc.
Itc4/18
FOR SALE: Banana Plants and a few
other type plants. 515 9th Street, Sat.,
April 20, 9:00-2:00. ltp4/18
Yard Sale. Bay Street, St. Joe Beach,
Fri. & Sat.. April 1'9 & 20, S:00-3-00
Edna Butler. Wood items for yard. .,
Itp4/18
YARD SALE. 904 Garrison Ave.. Sat..
April 20. 9:00-2.00. Itp4/18


YARD SALE, 1017 Woodward Ave.,
Fri., April 19, & Sat. 8:00-5:00. Apn)
20. 8:00-1:00. Tools. wood craft, fishing
tackle. chairs, household items and
misc. Items. ltp4/18


ALL MUST GO
Household &
Workshop Sale
Saturday, April 20

8:00-12:00
Corner 13th Street
& Marvin Avenue
Hand tools, power tools,
repair parts and blades for


Ford


tractor, misc.


plumbing and electrical


parts, fishing gear,
ture, microwave,


furni-
TV,


books, and many' misc.
household items.
Cash Only.
COME RAIN OR SHINE




Convenience Store Manager. Great
salary, benefits, and bonuses. 762-
.095. I ltc4/18
Pest Control Technician needed.
Ex-penenced helpful but will train right
person. Must have a valid Florida dri-
vers license with clean record. Apply In
' person at 321 B Reid Ave., 8:00 am-
11:30 am. tfc4/18
ATTENTION!" DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDEDI Make big bucks driving big
trucks No experience needed. Earn
$600 to 8800 weekly as an enutr-level
truck driver with Stevens Transport. 15
day CDL Trainirung available Wlith no
money down-if qualified. Call toll free-1-
877-241-3624. 7tc4/18
Avon Now Only SO10 to start up. 40C'u
commission on furst order. Full or Part
Tiune. 1-800-246-0843 ext. 20.2tp4/ 18
Sales Clerk for Marine & Fishing
Supply Store. Must be a people-person.
Must.work Saturdays. Apply in person
at Marquardt's Manrina. 3904 I-vy. 98,
k Mexico Beachr Drug Free Work Place. I
S. 2tc4/ Ill


Anchor Realty & Mortgage Company
has an opening for a full time
Receptionist in their Cape San Bias
Office. Requires Computer and Public
Relation skills. Stop by 4693 Cape San
Bias Road for an applicauon or send
resume to 82 6th Street, Apalachicola,
FL 32320. 3tc4/11
GW Service is now taking applica-'
tions for duct installers.' Valid drivers
license required. Please call 229-9125.
S* .. .. 2tc4/1l

Needed: Honest & Dependable,
Caretaker for my home and 5 yr. old'
daughter. Monday-Thur. 7:30am-
5:30pm & Friday 7:30- 12:30. Good pay
& sOme benefits. Call 227-7125 after
6:00pm or leave message. References
and transportation required 4tc4/ 11


2 Cashiers 1 full time, 1 part time.
Call Tammy at Cape Trading Post at
229-8775. 4tc4/4

Experienced Waitress needed at Gulf
Sands Restaurant. Apply -in'person
Mon. thru Sat., 4:00-9:00 EST. No
;'phone calls please. 8010 Hwy. 98. St.
Joe Beach. tfc4/4
Toucan's now hiring all positions.
Full & Part time. Call 850-648-4301
for interview. Ask for Paul. tfc4/4
Full Time Rental/Reservationists.
. computer skills required. Call 648-
5767, Mexico Beach Harmon-Realty,
Inc. tfc4/4


STHE J. LESTER

COMPANY REAL

ESTATE APPRAISAL &

CONSULTING SERVICE
A Financial Service Institution.
Residential Vacant Land Commercial Appraisals

JAMES E. "JAMIE" LESTER

Real Estate Appraiser & Broker
Master Degree Business Administration
State Certified Residential Appraiser
License#RD-0001087
Broker License#BK532115
"PROVIDING A QUALITY SERVICE TO A QUALITY COMMUNITY"
Including Consulting Assignments Market Analysis
Feasibility Studies Finances Investments
Eminent Domain Estates Ta3t Purposes

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Fax 850-639-9756

Serving Gulf, Franklin, Bay, Calhoun, Liberty, &
Jackson Counties Specialty Assignments State Wide


Graphic ,Designer Experience req.
Skills in Mac operating system, Quark
Express. Adobe Photoshop, Adobe
Illustrator, Freehand & Streamline. RIP
experience is a plus.' Work applications
needed include newspaper adv., '& com-
mercial printing design '& production.
Benefits included.' Send resumes to:
The Star Publishing Co., P.O. Box 308,
Port St. Joe, FL 32457, 850-229-8997.
tfc4/4
Established Real Estate Office has
openings in the Sales Dept. Florida
Real Estate license required. Experience
preferred but not necessary. Call 648-
5777 or fax 648-5779. Parker Realty of
Mexico Beach. Inc. tic4/4
Established Real Estate Office has
openings in the Rental Dept. Rental
Experience preferred but not necessary.
Requires computer and public relations
skills and some weekend duty. Call for
interview or fax resumes to 648-5779:
Phone 648-5777. Parker Realty of
Mexico Beach, Inc. tfc4/4


Getting Ready for a Busy Season,
stop by and pick up: application
today. All Positions available. Fish
House Restaurant, 3006 Hwy. 98,
Mexico Beach, Fl. tfc4/4
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. ... ,

Cosmetologist & Nail Tech
Needed at N-Style
302 A Reid Ae Porn Si oe
.-k f.?r Kely 22"-9100
Come Join Our" Winning Teaml





Lost: Black Lab, 6 months old. Red col-
lar. Answers to "Blackle." Last seen at
Pce's on C-30 A. If found please contact-
Rachel or Scott at Go-Morr's. 827-
2776/cells 628-0506 or 832-0574.
Stc4/18


Don't Miss your Chance to Join Our
; "Winning Team". Bay St. Joseph-Cart
& Rehabilitation Center has openings
for CARING, DEPENDABLE CNA'S =
LPN'S =IRN'S. Full and Part Time, &
PRN. We also have increased Pay for
experience. Shift Differential, &
Uniform allowance. Plus a GREAT
Benefit package. Apply in person to
Bay St. Joseph Care And
Rehabilitation Center, 220 Ninth
Street, Port St. 'Joe,, FL, 850-229-
8244. WE ARE A EOE EMPLOYER. .4/4,




Snapper Rider, front engine, Model LT
14.5 H, 33" deck, twin bag. Remaining
Warranty honored at ST. JOE RENT-
ALL. $1,895. Call David Player at 227-
9194.. lt4/18
Large 'Craftsman Table Saw, $300;
Large planer & jointer, $200. Both per-
fect shape. 850-647-5770. 2tp4/18


For Sale, Brenda DyGraff 'Ultra-Glide
.Gym. Almost like new. 10 different lev-
els of exercises to work up to and your
able to do lots -of different exercises.
Easy to use. Video included. $100. Call
227-9047, leave message If not avail-
Sable. 2tp4/18
You Pick Strawberries. Sweat More
Ranch. Now Open. For more informa-
tion call 722-4819: 6tc4/11
Tomato Plants, Hot Pepper, Sweet
Pepper. 226 Florida Ave., 639-2860.
2tp4/i 1


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ST. JOE BEACH

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2 bath walking distance to beach, 414
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Items for Sale, 2 yr. olf go-cart, needs
minor repairs. A Fingqr Hut hot tub.
Weight bench in good -condition. Call
227-9363 make offer, let's talk.2tp4/11
2002 37', Timberland Travel Trailer.
"Setup in park with jacks and board
walk. Sleeps 9. Serious call only. Price
$32,500 OBO. 850-648-4800., 4tp4/11
20 ft. Shasta Travel Trailer, A/C,
Microwave, full bath, awnings, sleeps 5.
$3,000. 850-227-1708. 2tp4/11
For sea oats and other dune plants,
call Kay at Exteriors Landscape. We
plant! 229-5282. 10tc3/7
Tomato Plants, 10 varieties. Pepper
Plants, 5 varieties. At Wewahitchka
IGA. turn West on River Road, 2 blocks
to sign. 639-2885. 3tc4/4
1977 Coleman pop-up camper, $500..
Call 648-2438 after 5:30 Eastern time.
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Free to good home: Prefer elderly, sin-
gle woman, 4 year old male. Chihuahua
named Cortez. Wdl bring to you. Call
after 5:30 pm. 647-2569. I tc4/18




Loi 17 Palm Ridge Subdivision.
Excellent lot. for your new home.'
S50.000. Call 647-6093. 2tp4/ 18
WEWAHITCHKA One acre lots in
Sunnywood Estates: 25 from which to
choose, zoned single family/moble
homes. $12,000 each, owner financing
available: $2,400 down, balance just
S94.53 monthly for 15 years (includes
5.5'o interest). Call Mike Howze. REAL-
TOR. Prudenual Resort Realty. 1-888-
419-2555, ext. 14. 2tc4/18
3 bedroom. 2 bath mobile home. I acre-
of land in Sink Creek Area. Call 850-
,762-4660. 2tc4/18
Mexidc Bda1' Wooded lot tA n easi,
stroll, to dedicated .beach. Zoned resi-_
dential single family. Approx size
100'x158'. Only $42,500. Call Don.
Yarbrough 850-648-4618 or .Arvida
Realty Services 850-769-8971. 4tp4/11
House for Sale, 1212 Long Ave 3 bed-
room, 2 bath, living room, den, 2 out-
side building with boat shed. sprinkler
system, fenced back yard. Call 229-
1252 tfc4/4
For Sale By- Owner: 2 bedroom, 2 bath
roomy house on large lot In White City.
Carport. utility room, separate outside
storage shed Above ground pool in
fenced yard. Asking $84,000. 7245
Highway 71, across 'from Baptist
Church. Call 827-2552 after 5:30 p.m.
EST or leave message, 4tc4/4
Mexico Beach -'Beach Side Great
View Beautifully furnished & remod-
eled. New carpet & tile. 4 bedroom, 3
bath, underneath parking' Owner
finance available. $325,000. Call 850-"
648-8005. tfc4/4
Home For Sale, Howard Creek, Easy
Terms, Just $750 Down no closing cost,
.no payment for 45 days. FLxed
Financing. 8,00-283-4041. 4tp3/28
Two beautiful wooded lots, Atlantic
Street, St. Joe Beach. 1 1/2 blocks from
beach. Each lot 75x160. 3 bedroom, 2
bath mobile home on property. Covered
porch, deck and deep well. $137,500.
Call 647-8662. tfc4/4

Mexico Beach 2800 Sq. Ft. Two story
3 bedroom, 2 bath home in residential
single family ,neighborhood. Short walk
to dedicated gulf beach. Large rooms,
oodles of kitchen counter/cabinet
space, fireplace; $179,500. Easy to see
or show. Call Don Yarbrough at 850-
648-4618 or email sandyarb@
gtcom.net. Arvida Realty Services 850-
769-8971. 4tp3/28
FOR SALE BY OWNER 38th Street,
,Mexico Beach. New Beach side
'Townhome, 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths,
ceramic tile, Berber carpet, all new
appliances. Gulf View, Just steps to
beach and City Pier. $195,000. Possible
owner financing. Call 850-229-7827 or
770-479-0331. tfc4/4
FOR SALE BY OWNER, Cape San Bias,
2 bedroom, 2 bath, BARRIER DUNEc
#24 townhome, 3 years old, great loca-
tion, GULF VIEW from both decks,
never rented, immaculate and beauti-
fully furnished, all upgrades and
amenities, 2 pools, tennis courts, direct
boardwalk to the beach, $225,000 firm.
Call 850-227-9597 for appointment. No
Realtors, please. 7tp3/21
MEXICO BEACH :;
3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1800 sq. ft. corm-
pletely custom renovated. Near Beach.
$149,000. Call 850-648-9054. tfc4/4

2 bedroom, 2 bath brick home with
pool, large living room, 2,000 sq. ft.
home. 15 ft. cathedral ceilings, plenty of
cabinets, with car port. 832 Ourtown
Road, Wewa. Call 639-2455. tfc4/4


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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2002 PAGE 11B


REA ESAT SERIE


For Sale By Owner, 2 bedroom, 2 1/2
bath new townhouse in Mexico Beach.
All appliances, great rental potential, by
appointment only, $205,000. Call 850-
,227-3397 leave message. tfc4/4

Lots For Sale, 16 lots with restrictions
ranging.from ;72 acres to .5 acres at the
intersection of Hwy. 386 and South
Long Road, south of the Overstreet
bridge. Lot price $25,000 each. Owner:
will finance with 10%0/ down, 10% inter-
est for 10 years. Call 227-7294. tfc4/4

Just steps to Beach, 50x125 ft. M.O.L
lot Gulf view, 2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile
home, screened porch, $119,000. Call
850-647-9214. tfc4/4

MEXICO BEACH -: ST. JOE BEACH
Homes and Vacant Land. Ask for Joan
Lovelace. Your Beach Realtor. Mexico
Beach Harmon Realty, 648-5767. tic4/4

For Sale, 950+-/- sq. ft. office building
downtown Port St. Joe.; Formerly doc-
tor's office. Contact Russ at 229-97.76
-or 229-8211. tfc4/4

I' full fenced acre home site in Howard
-Creek, on corner of Murphy Road &
Blossom Hill Road. Sepue tank with.
pumping station from a 14'x28' Insulat-
ed building with full bath and deep well.
-Below market value. Call 850-647-
3949, 800-476-2984, or 850-944-0148.
tfc4/4

.74 acre'lot. Douglas Landing Rd. Septic
Tank. well. electric pole & storage shed
816,000. Call 850-231-5048. 4tc3/28




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NOTICE OF.APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN that GEORGE Y.
SCORE me r,:ider Oc- mre failo-r.,a Tx, ,-ertiftcdte, .
has filed sisd cerulc le I.a a i-.% deed to be Issued.
there.nr, Tr.e rerific l'e numrte r anr year of
,1-u fJ.:e, r e.e l:.ipui .:.I the prope,T., ard the
name. in r chkh 1it, i a seed are as lollo. S
Ceruflc ate No 218 Application No 200-
'Near of liaurance 19'7 LE i c, 02480-00.:.i
Description of Property:
LOTS 16 AND 19. IN BLOCK "A", WILLIAMSBURG
SUBDFaISiON 0S PEP ':FFCL:Li PLAT OF SA.E
BEING REC::RDED IN THE :CFFiC:E OF THE :LERI:
OF THE IiR:i i.rr :')LRT ,:..F CIULF ,:, ,,T,
FLO:RIDCA
N ne inr .hl.:h s3 -.e' AFj fhilE TIhELf.iLA FLC",' '
ERS aNE' EUiZABETH FHiiNEIH.-r
Atll u.si.m p..opetir, te rin in the Gulf] 'ounr, State
of Florida.
Unale., uch ceruricaie -hail te redeemed according
to law. the proper, ie_:rtnbed Irn such ceruficate .alli
be zold to the nigneit Dider in .the front lortb% of
the Gulf, C:.unr.',.:ourth ou'e ail I I 0 1.1 E S
on %WE'DNESDA,, the 24th da, of AiPRIL ,::
Daite unil ISlh da"*' .f l Irch 20'-2
D,.)iL-cS : BIR_.irJGi{.J.l
C.LERW: "F THE ,:liF:LiiT *'.'PT
Ui.iLF .:OlITT', FL':FI A
NB s Jari: MI T Ein erii.-', CeFu, Clerk
P.ublir M1r '3 -api 4 ii a- i. 1 ':' 2

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTiCE IS HEREBY ,-r.ErJ tMar GEORGE
CORE the e of hehoe of the oil-n Tax rilcate
ha filled .aid c:e.ruIcu te f:.r a ra. de.-d to be is ued
th-ereor The CertuiL.:ae numrner and .ear oi
i'u;,an" :e -the dez-:ripti-n ofL th pr-p-rro' and -the
n .r- in -.'hicn t ..n .as aa-.es'c e a. loll.;
e '.: c re Vro -.ppic auon r:.. -2 ,:2.3
lea .?" i;:'uar.:e 1996 R E r 5, -').IER
Description of Property:
BE:iN' 'i TTHE 3SDf.THESTr COPJER OF THE
,CHiF')LA %-ER DEAD LVy.ES BRIDGE i-i, F.iUN
SOi-I TO, 3.STAEr Pl:O.aD PJRGHt- 'T- wA.OF LihNE
THENCE FijUN rest .*C)rj.-. S-aD ROAD, RICH -T.
OF-AA' LINE TO CI -IAL JNEL,:F CHIPF-La Riv.ER
THENCE RUN SCrHl- M 1E.VEEPJrI.ING SAiD ,CA:H.
NEL CF CHIF'OLA RP.ER A EiSTANCE OF 2r.0 FEET
FOR F'OINT '-F BEINrJfJ' THENCE :C01lrTILuEE


RUNNING IN A SOUTfEERLY DIRECTION ALONG
THE EAST SIDE OF CHANNEL OF SAID RIVER TO
WHERE CHIPOLA RIVER INTERSECTS WITH
CHIPOLA RIVER CUT-OFF: THENCE RUN IN A
NORTHERLY -DIRECTION MEANDERING THE
%WEST SIDE O:F CHiFOLA R-EFR CLrT.OFF TO A
FCIiNT ON SAlD RPFER L,',,ATEC, B' E \TEhiDINC A
LIhrN S.20. FEET FF.':.I '?T.-aTE P',::'.3 FIGHT OFWAY
LirjE THENi:E FRUlJ 1EFT ETO FPi-T CF BEGIN-
NiNG THiS LJOE' LIEC 1TSTERL i C'F THE L:
ERPIMENT F.1EAIiDEFRS O'F C;.0TERfr.IEriT L':'T
OF SEC`trN-I 17 TaTi.SHIP 4 _'-lrTH RkANGE 9'
WEST. GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA.
'Name In which asses -'d LE 'R,:A\-L'-EP ET .AL,
All of said property leing ir, the Cull C.'.urr., Siate
of Florida. -
Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according
to.law, :r.e ,r..'rr. de--ti-i.ed irn -:u.ch ceri-ifi.: e will
be z.-ld to the r E l. id er 1 iitid-e t, .. r. Ir.:r I.:.r-by of
Lr-, ,U ll' 1 .ou r ,n r A-ouIr. -' : [ ,I I ,- .-. r L E S .T .,
-.:.r .'EIC-N ESE,.-, i.,e :4r. J-, ::.f PRIL2002.
DEaLcd Li.n i';d' l, .I .l rf ':"i 1 I, '
DOiU.iGLS ,: BiJ..lhCI-t.-r.1
':LERl-. O F TII ,:IRE .:L ,lT :'.luP'T .
.31JLF Cu riLJT, l,-.,FlID.
By: ./s/Janis E.1 Tr nherle., Deputy Clerk
Publish Mar. 25. .Apr 4 1 1 and I 2002


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
N'NTICE iS HEREB'E, lPN that C.E.C'E Y.
.C '-C'R.E. Ur hold-r .:.i inr-, fli, lng Ta, C'a rlll' a'c
h3 _I ,nIad : ,r ll[: l ei 1 0,,i I de' 10' I ., l.e:., d
lher.:n .r ,fhe- :ef ll-.: ae i-umc-er and e.r of
isuance, the d ':.i:lp-.:n .:. itr.: properr' a-I the
n a mT ,e s in rl c nl i[ t ,- _:_:e- _-- d-I a r e .a : fo llIo -
Ceril.: ate ,, 22, ic: ion rJr,. 2y, "2.-4
e ar ol l s5dne 19. RE N' :.:2'494.'::F
Description of Pioperry:
LY-T Ir. Il BLOCK 8 wiLLLt-MSBLURG SiBD-I.-
SION AS FER OFFICIAL 'PLaT REC,::.FRLEED I THE
OFFICE OF THE CLER. CF THE ,'iR:0jiT ,C.iRT .
OF 31 ',LF c:,uriT',. FL'KLRiJE.- L'ildC AND BEl :'. INl
T H E Sr..:,I i-.T p .v T L ,.- .F T E R ,O F S E ,?T li, i -r _..
T ,iSI-SHiP 4 E'-.lTh F..-Ji'E li:. \'VEST
NaJi e in lniicr. Ez .=-':.d ." H v. l-.W'.i-JrS
S,-i of. :ad pr,:pe-iT, bing Ir, r ,ne Cul, Courr, StaLe
of Florida. .
Uni e-; .uc.h cerul.f-:atc-. ir l be redeemed a c:oidlinr,
to 1la tried properr.' de r r-Cril a in auch .:et'ic .[ I iill
be ':Id t:, itr. rigne.i bidder in Lr.e f'roni l-bb.,' .:
the Culf' Counnr' Courtn.ou-e at 11 20 A .I E ST
or n V.EDNES'.5[ii the ,41.ri, d fi ..I 'FiL ,::
Damted t-his I; 'in -.J, o.1 MMar.n :"i2
D-'GLA5'-S- C BIr'.liiCr4.1-Jl
CLERK iF THE C:IF.-:iLIT *'-'. RT
Ui.'LF -C',iT FL'iFjL'.- ,,
B\ i. Jam: M I T:aLkcdt'-le, DeputyClerk .
F'ublih M.lr 2-'3 '-r 4 i I nd 18 '2002.; ,

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NTIM-:E IS HEREEB'i G.'PEhj that GEORGE ', ,:CRE
the ,nolder of Ine rolilo.irg Ta L.erufli: e n E l'lled
,aid ceirt-i iae lfo:r a i.' deed .:. t.. issued trereor.
The cerfi-.:3re rnurmber ar.- .,ea or i" uarnce u-
det-crpuOr, Of the pF..:.pr,rInd the name- in hi.:h
it %-= a'i-eied arc -.l.,ac
Cerutficai' Arj 4 .ppli- uii. on No .'.' 5-"
Year t i _-" ua.n ,e '- F. E rrj.:, io,:,' i3.0iCF
Description of Pioperty:
LOT 12 IN BL:C H 2 SE' 'D AEiDDITIOi T, V.H-irT
FIELD ACRES T 'I HCwC-wR CREEK AS PER OFFI.
CLAL F'LT BEING C PECC'RDED INr THE OFFICE OF
THE CLERIC: 'F THIE CI I .'iFf C'.OURT OF GULF
CO.JL'Tl FLt'-Ili.-a
Name In m ,nch asses- ed I) C V.ALDiNG
4ul of sadil pro.perL, Lei..g in tu-i GC-lf Counr, State
.:-f lorioa.


I PUBLIC NOTICES I


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TLC
. IAWN SERVICE
.Total LawhL'Chre Needs"
ZZ9-6435



RadioShack
Franchise,. Dealer Store
B&B Electronics, Inc. -

19872 SR 20 W., Blountstown, FL
850-674-3711 ,-


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


CLOCK REPAIR
Old ur NeW A.4ii n ri ar Cloki',.
Granjiidj lir, Penid lu n,,C u koo Clocks

648-5165


Tony & Jeanne Meredith
Cellular: (850) 832-3277
13cA.' I 1


b tawn ,

lService 0*

(850) 648-8492


'(nV C n"* ieg
1L-(Icn[]( I-Al [ -[t [,lAf It(-
10" ,rb.:.Lurs Dine, PmnaC (inr', FL 3214UI
(850) 763-4992
F mail paradise.arch@ Nahoo corn


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



DRIESBACH CLEANERS
S180 AVENUE C
Pick-up and Delivery
850-227-1671


Gulf Diesel Service
Diesel Engine Repair
229-8651 or 227-8024
Phone Mobile
OWNER: Ben Sherrill


Wood Decks

Repaired & weather,Proofed

Call 227-7819


ULTIMATE SERVICE MOWING Co.
i ree E Msumuc- -All call answered.
Wo \ork done on tme and with pride
SBrian Cahill -
CeU: 819-3310 = Home: 647-2717
13,;' "

Bailey's Equipment
Snapper Latn MNowert -I
SSmall Engine Repair
19872 SR 20 W., Blountstown, FL
... 850-674-4256

COASTAL STEAMWAT
Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner
in our 23id I\arf Ve don't cu' cc-rnei,
We clean them. Best equipment on the market.
SCall for free estimate now.
S 647-3834


FREr ESTIMATES
Telephone: (850) 639-6284


J. C. Enterprises 202 ReId Avenje
51.. .. P l IJ 2 456
.,- "-'W ...Fax 229 -041


RadioShack
"-. Aulhorized Sales Cenler


WEDO
Lawn & Home Care
Serrinm rie' Braci'/e C:' Port St. Joe area
850-647-2689
850-899-0913 (Cell)


Sprinkler Systems

Installed
'Qutalir Nelson Parts"
229-6435


Lee's Lawn Care & Maintenance
Residential & Commercial
Free Estimales Will Bear Any Price
647-2522
'147 Columbus Street, St. Joe Beach, FL









LAWNCARE

850-229-1956
ASK FOR ROGER -
MOWING, WEEDEATING, ETC.


Bob's Lawn

Service

227-1144

TRACTOR WORK

Bushhog, Move, and-

SLevel Dirt '

Call 229-63z6


Sprinkler Systems

Repaired & Installed

Db227-9103


Grass

Cutting

( ,227-9103



FENCES FENCES FENCES
All Types Dependable Service
Top quality Products
RAYMOND WILKERSON
647-92 4

Residenhal -Custom Wood
Commercial sl*ndustrial '

A 8 R Fence
Feciina anid Corete work
Albert Fleichmann FREE Estimates
EIN#593115646 (C80) 647-4047 ,


: tYard

Fertilizing
227-9103 ,


Shop Hours
M-T-T-F: 9:30-5
rSat 9-30-3
,-. .W-Sunfi. Closed


PICTURE PERFECT FRAME SHOP
Quality Frames & Art Supplies,
.Glass Mats Glues


Office: 850-229-6018"
SFdx: 850-229-8976

C. R. SMITH '& SON, INC.

Excavating Land Clearing Fill Dirt Port0-Let Rentals

SCrushed Oyster Shells e Mushroom Compost and Sand

Complete Septic Service!

Installation Pump-Out Repair


Am inlsterv tves


Services


850-647-8028

House Plans Bookkeeping

I Frank Healy
1- -


TERRY & JACQUE STAAB
(850) 227-3444


:




Interior Details


Interior Decorating

Creating Custom Interiors for"
your Individua L Lifes tye !, '

Phone: (850) 647-6125.
Ca41for Appointment H


sy -^\ -Residential
0o Commercial

Termite & Pest Control
* Termite Treatments Restaurant Motel
* Fls Conrrol ConaorT.niurr,'
* Househ-,io Pest Conilrl NewTreatment/
*Real Estate (WDO) Reports Construction Sites
Specializing in Vacation Rental Properties

FAMILY OWNED

PLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL'
Serving the Entire Area"
Free Estimates & Inspections
Do-it-Yourself Pest Control Products


Business and Personal 'Payroll Preparation
Financial and Estate Planning Boqkkeeping Service
FRANK J. SEIFERT
Accounting and Income Tax Service
Telephone 509 Fourth Stirept
Office (850) 229-9292 P. o. Box 602
Home (850) 648-5919 Port St. Joe, FL 32457


223 REID AVENUE
PORT ST. JOE, FL 32456
fled/i


6" Seamless Gutters = 43 Colors !

Aluminum = Copper

Galvalume 24 & 26 Gauge


850-227 56,

850-229-2769



Port St. Jbe


SAY YOUSAW IT IN

THE STAR


TJ's Bulldozer


L \and


Land Clearing


Lnrles suirn certilicte hnall be redeemed a.:.:nrd.Irng
to law ine properr dev-:nbed in such cerulfl[e v ill
be sola to the niene.t bidder In the front lot-ba oi
mne Gulf Counr, Coui.r..:,u se i II 3' a 1 E S T
on '.TEDNESiI' rhe .JLr. a., of AFRiL 20':'
Dated thi i I9tn ,ai of r.lircn _i00:
DOUGLAS C 6BiRlMIjHAA, .
CLERk'. CF TilE ,CiRCI'IT CO'LIRT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ Ianis M. Tankersley. Deputy Clerk
Publish Mar. 28. Apr. 4, lI and '18, 2002 .

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEiBi G,F Ei tr.,r CE'EORGE 'I CRL,
the older of ie Ifoll .il,.i T..1 Ceruica3ie has Ilcd
.aid certil,:aie for a l.- de-d tIo be I; .ued I er nr-
-The certificate number and 'vear of lfcua-,,:e Tie
description cOl li.e p.:err, andi he namre3 :rn nir.
it was assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 219 Application No. 2002-6
Year of Issuance: 1997 R.E. No. 02483-OOOR
S Description of Property:
LOT 1 BLOCK B ACCORDING TO THE PLAT OF'
S'ILLLL,.15Bi_''; il.,i EI'. ,I]Ci.i IS RECORDED IN
PLaT BBC.-': i F -., F I- I-IHE -OFFICE -'F THE
C':LtKJr.' F F i HE C ,..:uiT i.LIRT '.lF GULF .:-:,uri
'TY. FLORIDA
Name in which assessed: ODESSA BUTLER ESTATE
.All.of said proper, being in the Gulf County, State
of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according
to law, the zSroperty described in such certificate will
be. sold to the highest bidder in the front lobby of
the Gulf County Courthouse at 11:40 A.M.. E.S.T.,
.r. .'.'ED', EEi.-'i the :4u. dIa, of APRIL 2002.
Dated il-l.i i .h i .:.I rhlrAc,. 2002
DOL,,'CL'i ,: BIFl.Il C.H..Il
CLEFR-. -r THE CIF-IT ..PT .
GI.LF ::i..\F m FL''FJir,.. -,.
By a i:, tar_ r1 Tanl:e.l5]e, Depu'. ,lenl. .
Pblith .lar S Apr 4 I I arid I1 2'-'02 4

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
rCTICE IS HEREBY GIREN that GEORGE 1 CORE '
the holder of the follovmin T .i Cerufleate has flied
-. ia, cerul'lcate for 3 Ia.% deed to te isiaued thereon
Trie cerlfli: ale numt-er and ',ear ofi .euanuc Lhe
de;.:ripll.n oi 'he pr-r.:,per, and the nanme- ir. hi.: .
it %a% ; 3 a '?- d are a .r o1.11o %
Certificate No. 28 Application No. 2002-7
Year of .Issuance: 1997 R.E. No. 00495-000
Description of Property: 1
NiORTH HALF OF L".T 2. BLOCK 3. KENTUCKY
L,4qDING3 SLriB ']Si.ir. UNIT C'NE NEAL LUM..
BER ..NDr Ma.iF.,iTi. ,RlN'G COMPAN'H DEV.ELOPF- .
ERS -5 S PER PLiT .':ri FiLE Ir-i THriE ',FFI--E ''F i
THE CLEPJ, OF TriHE. IRCLiT C.UF.T RIF GLF
,','NTi FLO'PJi',-.
,'ajre. in .-hi.:n ai''e-.ed ''FT H,'cAFD Ji,-HN
-Ali of aja prop.err, being I-n the Gulf Courn,t Stare
od Florlda
Unile. such ceruflc aie hall be redeemed ac.-ording
to lau. ine proper' described in -such :ertiuflc: ,e ,ill
be Eold 10 inre nriihei bidder in the iront I-L.b. of
the Gulf Cour, r.Curu-oue at I i 50 A M E S T
n WEDNr.ES, .V. the 24r-, da', ol ,RJL P :,---
Dated thi5 i'9th ,a, of March ':c,,2
,oUCL<., C BIRh]NC.-H.MAM1
CLERK OF THE lCIRifTT COURT
CLL CJUl'.r'i FLORIDA
BN a- Jarnas.1 Taneirmle'. Depuot- Cle.r
Put.Iblh f.lar 18 Apr 4 II alnd 16 2'0"2

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HiEREB'I GP.E Lthat GEOrPGE 1 COPE
Lhe holder of the foll..irne Tax\ Cerulfic te. h sa filed
" 53a cerlifl ate for a Lai deed to be 1.aued thereon
The cetJfl-nte number and ',ear of- isua.r-:e. the
decriptlon of the property' rand the names In :hich
it oaz asee-ed are as folli:-


Certificate Fio: 230 Application No. 2002-8
Year of Issuance: 1997 R.E. No. 02512-050R
Description of Property: '
LOTS 12 AND 13, BLOCK "E", ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT OF WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE IN THE
OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Name in which assessed: RIVERS FISHER
All of said property being in the Gulf County, State
of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according
to law, the property described in. such certificate will
be sold to the highest bidder in the front lobby of
the Gulf County Courthouse at 12:00 P.M.. E.S.T..
on WEDNESDAY the 24th day of APRIL 2002.
Dated this 20th day of March. 2002
DOUGLAS C BIRMINCH 0AM
CLERK OF Ti1hE CIRCUIT COURT
UCL'LF COLUIT', FLrRIEA.
B) s., .J anis r1 Tankeriley Deputy Clerk.
Publish ..ar 2i., pr 4 I I and 18, 2002

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that GEORGE Y. CORE,
the holder of the following Tax Certificate, has filed
saia ceruncale lor La seed to be i''.ued thereonr
The certilcate number and year of i -uan,:e the
de -,:npu.:.n 01' te property and the names In which
It was assessed are as follows: .
'Cenrif':icie o 4- A. pplicr au:in o 20,,2-9
'.ear o1il uDro:e 1996 Cf Nco 006, 106.:iR ,
Description of Property:
LOT 18, BLOCK K. UNIT 2 OF RED BULL ISLAND,
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA, ALSO KNOWN AS THE
FOLLOWING: COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SECTION 30. TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH,
RANGE 9 WEST, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 422.7 FEET ALONG THE
SECTIC.r LINE .THENCE RUN S8912'E, 195.0
FEET .,-LON, THE .SOUTH R/W OF RIVER;
THENCE SOUTH 194.6 FEET ALONG THE EAST
SR W LINE OF r ES.-'J,1E STREET THENJCE RUN
S'3-: E 565 0 FECT THENCE RUN S80057'E.
364 4 FEET' TO THE POINT: OF BEGINNING
THENCE CONTINUE $8057'E. 91.1 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 108.7 FEET; THENCE RUN
No .32.' "0 FEET AL..,rJG THE NORTH R/W LINE
OF DC:-G\ V,:,.- 3VENLUE THENCE RLI NORTH TO
THE Po,.irTrOF BEG'INNITG
N.arne in ,hi.:rn siesed B J McDANIEL
All, of said property being in the Gulf County, State
ol'Florida
UInless .ai:rfi :eiiIli.:aii shall be redeemed according
S tlaw the property _i ae :ribetl ir iU:h ceruli.: i iIl
be oild to Lhe nrir,;.tl bilder in the 'run .:.nbo .:.
the Gulf C,:uunti C.-unhoue3 at 12 10 F rIM E T.
orn ,iLDNESDAt I h '24th daj iPl .A'RIL 203.:
Da'ed this 20th da ,of r.larcrn 202-
",:',jGL.S EIRliNGrHAM .
CLEAR. COF THE CIRCI.,iT COURT
GULF CQUNOFlT FL:.RIDA
B', Jamn r.t Tarilkerlea DeputyClerk
Publish Mar. 29 .Spr 4; IA and 18. 2002

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
.I,., E IS HERE GCi"Erl -that GE'RG.E ', CORE.
the holder oi fme f'oillking Ta.. CerUilcale rna. Killed,
- aid cerulI.:-e for a tax deed rto be issued thereon
The renulicaie number and year of i:'uar..:e the
descriputir of the property'. add the names, in rhich
tt w&: ass,- Cetufi.:alt N.:. 46' Applicauon No 02uC'- 10
'ear of.luancl r e'.19.7 RE No 0626'i-. iR
Description of Property:
','llla P-2 or p:d:el -P or CAPE SANDS LANDING.
,..hl:h coniiL- oi the k-llohing' portion of Lot T"io
12'. SN .BLAS 51IiBDP.'ISION. accrdmin 1, o-. plat
thereof recorded in Plat B ooh 3 F'aa4e 2t: -1 and
22 Public Record of Gullf Count'. Filo-rida an rd fur-
ther described belo as E' hlbit A
Commencinrg aF ULe.Northeait NEI corner of Lot 1IAO
121 StN BLAS SUBDMISION .lso kno.n .i SAN
BLAS ESTATES acc-.:,rding to The plat thereof
re,:,:ded in F'lat Bulck 3. pa sge. 2', 21 u-.d 22. Public
eords 'oi Gullf C unr,. Flond, then-.e South
69:45 05' We ;t along the Norjtherl) line of .ad Lot 2'
a disurnce oil 8i t O:eel t, o ar. Iron pipe, thence. on-
unue Soutk, 6'-505 0 \et adorn raid r'J.:,rthe'l, line
:or 3'2 35 feet ri.en.:e Sou.lth 2:,' 14 F5" Eat it 70u
eet fI'or the Point Ol Beginnine tLrence South
I '44 ,Juu Eais io 70 feet lor the Point ofi B.ginning
inernce South 71 44 0" E atL 26 13 f'eet thence South
115 3'0:'' Wet A.2 45 eel thence North 71 44-11"
.es[t ', 13 feet. tu-ence North iS 15 30' East 6. 45
feet to the F'oirt ol Beginning
Together d lnth
ine.hal undrl'.ided f e simplee inrerei a tenant i jn
'romm,.,n tLh Ln-e adjac-enit i lla-.oner Ir. Lne parcel


legally described as follows (being the Common
Area): '-
Commencing at the Southeast (SE) corner of Lot
Two (2),- SAN BLAS-SUBDIVISION, 'also kiown as
SAN BLAS ESTATES, according to the pl -aere-
of recorded In Plat Book 3. pages 20. 21. and 22,
Public Records of Gulf County. Flor, hence
South 69"45'05" West along the Southerly line of
Said lot 2 a distance of 810.00 feet for the point of
Beginning; thence South 69"45'05" West a dis-
tance of 154 feet. more or less, to a.point on the
mean high water line of the Gulf of Mexico: thence
meandering Southerly along and with said mean
high water line 122 feet, more or less, to a point
on the Southerly line of said Lot 2: thence North
69"45'05" East 150 feet, more or less, to theTPoint
of.Beginning. "-.. ,'-
LESS the property described In Eahubit A' atboe
LESS me folloking-aeacnbed proper, (being parn
of Villa 2P 11
Commencing at the Northeast INEI corner of Lot
Taco 12) SAN BLAS SUBDIVISION. also known
as SAN BLAS ESTATES. according to the plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book 3. pages 20, 21,
and 22. Public Records of Gulf Couny. Florida:
South.69'45'05' West along the Northerb line of
said LE. 2 a distance ofl 81000i leet to an Iron
pipe; then.-e conunue South 69'4505' West
along said Northerly line for 32 35 feet. thence
South 2014'5S East iC' 07 I'eet then Soulth
144'',' East a distance of 26 1.3 feet for the
Foir.l 4.: Beginninrg thencre onunue South
7144'00" East 26 13 feet thence South
1815'30" West 62',45 feet; thence. North "
71"44'00" West 26.13 feet; thence', North
18"15'30" East 62.45 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
LESS the iolloa Ing-described property (which Is.
part of Parcel 21M1.
',ommern in a t the No'nhea:t iriE.i corner of Lot
T,.o |121 SN- BLkS S UBDiEiSS1 .l,.io known
as SAl-i BLA5 ESTATES according to the plat
thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, pages 20, 21.
ana 2," Public Records of.GulfCounty, Florida;
thence South 69'45'05" West along the
Northerly line of said Lot 2 a distance of 773.14
feet; thence South 20,14!55" East 15:68 feet;
thence South 18*15'30" West 59.20 feet for the
Point of Beginning; thence 5ou-th 1815'30"
West 76.66 feet to a point on the .south line of
i ad Lot 2 thence North 69 450-, E at along "
said Soouth. line for 4 7;3 fleet hence north
2C 204'55" et 5 999 feet' to.the Point'of
Beginning
PLUS thle folloicing-decr.nbed pr.-perr i Mhiuch was
formerly part of P'arcel 2M)
SCommencing at the Northeast [NTE :.-arner .:.f Lot
Tho (21 SANi BLAS SL'BD'15iON al, knori,
as SAk BLAS ESTATES according t-. trie plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book 3 pages 20 21
and 22 Fubilc Records of Gui:f'Coi.unn Florida
there SouIh 60 45'05" Weit along ahe
;. Northerni lineol &aid Lot 2 a dl-t.ar e oi 773 4
Slee luor the PPoir. of Beginninr thence South
20 4'55' Ea-t 1568 ieet then-e Sbuth
S I 1.5'30 1 We-st 59 20 feet, nthence North
20"14'55" Wel t 62 01 feet io a point on the
north line of saJd Lot 2 thence North .6945'05"
Eait along said north line for 316 8r. feet to the
Point of Beginning
Name In anikh asessed RICHARD E. SAMPLE
AID ALi't T1 :,A'TJ'E ..
All of .sid proper, being in Jthe Gulfl" Count- State
of Florida.
Unle.a ,such ceiluficate shall be redeemed according
to ha. the proper3 described In such cei-uficae 'iii
De sold lo tinle hihert bidder in the front lobbl of the
Gulf Counr,, ,o-rtlhoue at I 20 PM E ST .n '
%WEDNESi dthe 24th da\ of .APRIL 2:002
Dated rJeli 0th d ay of March 2:','2
DOUGLASC BIRMINGHAM
CLEAR : OF THE CIRCI iT COURT
GULF CCiT 'TY. FLORID
B)y 's,' Jinls f.1 Tankersle3. Depur> Clerh
Publish Mar. 2-. Apr 4 II and 18 200-2

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
The B':ard ,f Comisicai.oner of mLe. rjorth*we.st
Flona Reai.-nal Housin Authonr ili nold Is
Annual ,le-ung prill 25 20':'2. at ire FRaiada Inn
NorthF *o90d Noi-i. Monroe 5l I Tilaha.ie Florda
Busine Mletun e .dll begir, at 7 30 F r1 E ST The
meeung will be open to Lie public
Publish AcprV I 2'002


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