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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 2002
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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WindMark Progress

Photos & story Pg.3A

Illuminating History

Photos & story Pg.6A

Following Dreams

Photos & story Pg. I11A


Summer Cobbler

Obituaries

Police Reports

Sports


Pg. 5B

Pg. 8A&B

Pg. 8A

Pg..1OA:


Worship Choices Pg. 2B


Classifieds


Pg. 9B


Charlotte M. Pierce has
* announced her intent to seek re-
election to the position of Gulf
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Charlotte Pierce
County School Board Member,
District 5.
It is her desire to see the Gulf
County School District continue
to be a leader in the education
community and maintain the for-
ward direction of the overall edu-
cational system of Gulf County.
She attributes these accomplish-
ments to factors that include a


concerted effort by the school
board, superintendent, teachers,
administrators, paraprofession-
als, students and parents. Also,
included in this are .School
Advisory 'Councils, individuals
and volunteers from the commu-
nity who are keenly aware of the
future educational needs of our
students, as' well as. a sound
financial' base for the school sys-
tem;
Mrs. Pierce is a graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and
Jones College. She has taken
additional courses. in accounting
and computer technology from
Gulf Coast Community College
and participated in leadership
training conferences offered by
the Panhandle Area Educational
Consortium. Her previous
employment experience includes
Data Processing Division, Tyndall
AFB, Municipal Hospital, and
Florida National Bank.
In 1995 Pierce became a
Certified Board Member through
the Florida School Board
Association and has completed
the required annual renewal
hours each year to remain board
certified. She has earned over 560
(See PIERCE on Page 7)


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UISPS 518-880


Gulf Schools Make Grade



State Report Card Grades "A and B" forAll County Schools


by Tim Croft
*The report card is in from the
state and Gulf District Schools
have something to proudly show
parents.
School grades, a critical and-


* Stone to Appeal


Judge Hess Ruling


by Tim Croft
The bill for well over $2 mil-
lion has already gone out, but
local officials shouldn't start'
counting the money just yet.
When Circuit Court Judge
Glenn Hess'ruled last week in
fayor of Property Appraiser Kesley
Colbert concerning the contested
tax assessment of the personal
property at the Port St. Joe mill, it
was Just another, albeit critical,
step in a long battle that figures to
be engaged on more fronts in the
future.' '
While-the attorney for Colbert
praised the decision on the tax
assessment of 2000, the other
side indicated an appeal is in the
works.
S"We feel it was the right deci-,
sion," said Tallahassee attorney.
Larry Levy, who specializes in ad
valorem tax cases and represent-
ed Colbert.
"We felt with the evidence pro-
S vided that it was the proper deci-
: ipni. I gfiess the next step is get-
ti gthe county its money. "
SHowever, it appeared this
S:week that the mill owner was
gearing, up for an appeal of Hess'
ruling, which must be filed within
30 days of his ruling.
"The company officials' in
Cbicago and St. Louis are consid-
ermig their options at this time,"
said Benjamin Phipps, the Talla-
hassee attorney for Stone Con-r
trainer "Other than that I really
don't have any comment."

Election Filing
Deadline Nears
The last date 'to file an oath
and receive petition cards for can-,
didates running by alternative
method for state, multi-county,
county, district and judicial
offices is noon June 28.
After that date, candidates
who decide to run must pay the
filing fee.
? Petitions from those running
by alternative method m ust be
submitted to the, Supervisor of
Elections by noon July 1.


But in Chicago, Tom Lange, a
spokesman for Smurfit-Stone, the
product of a merger between Jef-
ferson Smurfit and Stone Con-
tainer, said; "We do plan on
appealing, but I don't have any
comment beyond that."
An appeal would go to the,
First District Court of Appeals in
-Tallahassee. Such an appeal
could take as long as a year, pos-
sibly more.
The money at stake is sub-.
stantial, particularly for a small
county.
According to the Tax Collec-
tor's, office, the bill comes to
$1,996.081.46 plus interest of
roughly $449,000.
That breaks down to
$668,441.29 for county coffers,
S$700,043.13 for the school disc
trict. 8622,552.05 for the City of
Port St. Joe and 85,044.99 for .the
Northwest Florida Water Manage-
ment District, which under Flori-
da statutes- operates on a percent-
Age of 1dbal ad valorem taxes.
The bill is already in the mail.
S"What we have done. Shirley
Jenkins has immediately sent a
bill for the taxes as determined by
the court, plus interest, less the
($191,815) good faith -payment
. already made in 2000," said J.
Patrick Floyd, attorney'for the Tax,
Collector.
From the day the bill is' sent,
(See Mill Ruling on page 9).


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School

PSJ High School
PSJ Middle School


PSJ Elementary School'' B
Wewahitchka Elementary" B
Wewahitchka Jr./Sr. High' B


controversial component of the
state's A+ Education plan, were
Issued last week.
And not only were all county
schools deemed above average,
but students across the board
demonstrated solid, and in some
cases striking, learning gains.
"There won't be many dis-
tricts in the state that have all A's
and B's," said superintendent
Jerry Kelley. "I'm just tickled. I
can't say enough about our teach--
ers and students."
Every county school received
a B, save Port St. Joe Middle
School which maintained its A of
the previous year. '
'There's a lot of pride here,"
said Port St. Joe Middle School
principal Carolyn Witten. "There
are some teachers, you can see,
the fire in their eyes.
:'It's -the support of the com-
munity. 'the farmlies here at the ;
middle school and the staff that I
give credit to."
Wewahitchka Junior/Senior
High made the biggest jump.
Scored separately\ last year,
'-the middle school ,received a D
and the high school a C,
With the schools combined
this year by the state, Wewahitch-
ka Junior/Senior High received a.
SB this year.


2002 2001


C
A
A
DA
DIC


Port St. Joe High also raised
its grade, from a C to a B.
The grades of. the high
schools were particularly signifi-
cant 'given that just'.34 percent of
the state's high schools earned
grades above a C.
"We have been borderline B
the past couple of years," said
Port St. Joe High School principal
Chris Earley. "The only thing
,that's kept us from getting there
is reading.
"But reading across the state
has been a weak area. This past
year we instituted, a program (by
which) we emphasize reading in
every class, across the curricu-
..lum." .. "
'" For A schools and those that
improve at least one letter grade,
more than pride and a grade ,to
boast about are involved.
Those schools receive '$100
p'.- student for use by-the school.
which means those eligible coun-
ty schools will split more, than
$112,000 in state dollars as a
reward..
Both county elementary
schools slipped from an A to 'a B,
though Wewahitchka Elementary '
was just nine points shy of an A
under the state's grading formula.
(See Making, Grade on Page 12)


PSJ Lokingat Garbage


TT? .7 i' '.1 : T .I


Workshop with
Port St. Joe City Cormiss-
ioners held a workshop, with
representatives of Waste Manage-.
ment prior to their regular meet-
ing Tuesday.
Rory Cassedy and Richard
Payne outlined to the board the
services available in garbage col-
lection and possible trash pickup
services. Waste Management
serves several area communities


waste Management
with: garbage collection service.
Cassedy handed, out rate
sheets showing ,what. the firm
charges for garbage collection in
the cities of Carrabelle and
Wewvahitchka. and in Gulf
County. ,
City commissioners. quizzed
the representatives as. to how
their services worked and what\_
differences residents of the. city
might see if Waste Management
were contracted to collect garbage
within the city.
Commissioner Eugene
Raffield asked .if current city
employees would be considered
for employment if Waste
Management were to win a
garbage collection contract.
Cassedy said current employ-
ees would have to pass a pre-
employment physical- but
otherwise would be given top con-
sideration for employment. Waste
Management employees also
receive the typical array of benefit
options, i.e insurance and retire-
ment.
Port St. Joe customers cur-
rently pay $16 per month for,
garbage and trash pick-up.
According to the fee schedules
discussed, Waste, Mangement's
charge for the same service would
likely be two to three dollars less
than that amount. The city could
continue to do billing and would
receive 10 percent of the fee for
providing the service.
City commissioners will fur-
ther discuss their options at a
future meeting. The board would
have to advertise for bids before
awarding a contract. Waste
Management also expressed inter-
est in purchasing the city garbage
collecting and hauling equipment
as well as possibly using the city's
collection. station located off
Industrial Road.
TDC Gives $10,000
Paula Pickett. Tourism


Evaluates Options
Development Committee Director,
and Commissioner Eugene
,Raffield, TDC board member, pre-
sented the commission with a
check for 810,000 from the
Tourism Development Committee.
The check was given to help
with Improvements to Frank Pate
Park as part of the committee's
tourist development objectives for
the area.
Scallop Festival May Change
Chamber of Commerce direc-
tor Sandra Chafin .and board
member Jerry Stokoe outlined to
commissioners a request to
change the location of the Scallop
Festival to downtown Port St. Joe.
The plan would be to close off
Reid Avenue to through traffic
and ,set up booths and entertain-
ment in and along Reid Avenue.
Chafin said the effort, would
be 'to .help the downtown mer-
chants while at the same time
showing off the downtown dis-
trict. Entertainment, food, craft
booths and various other activi-
ties would be set up along the
roadway -throughout the day on
Saturday, August 31, and Sunday
afternoon, September 1.
Bluegrass music and singing will
be the featured entertainment on
Saturday, and gospel music on
Sunday afternoon.
Chafin also said scallops
would be served by the Chamber
of Commerce. This year's festival
activity is still in the planning
stages.
Playground Equipment Sale
*Bill Kennedy, Preble-Rish
Engineers, 'informed the board of
an opportunity to take advantage
of a playground equipment sale
taking place during the month of
June. Kennedy said the board
could purchase an additional
$20,000 in equipment as part of
the 10th Street Park improvement
(See PSJ on Page 5)


Arizona Chemical's local plant is no longer for sale.


Arizona Chemical Is


No Longer "For Sale
9.


International Paper has
decided to discontinue the efforts
to divest its Arizona Chemical,
business. The business will'
.remain a part of International
Paper. .
After reviewing its options, IP
determined that the best course of
action for ,Arizo-na Chemical's.
future and International Paper's
success is tdo remove the business,
,from the market.
"Arizona- Chemical has a
sound strategy in place for
growth,' and International Paper
will provide support to the busi-
ness as it executes that strategy
and wins in ,the: marketplace,"
said Jim Melican, executives vice
president' of IP. "This announce-
ment should 'put to rest the
uncertainty surrounding Arizona
Chemical's future and allow its
people to focus on making money
and exceeding customers' expec-
tations."
The local' Arizona Chemical.


,,plant has 95. employees and was
'built in 1957. Its main production,
is to fractionate tall oil into sub-
stances that are used in the mau-
. facture of' adhesives, rubber
products and coatings.
Tall oil is a by-product of
paper manufacturing. Arizona
uses tall oil purchased from mills
.throughout the southeastern
United States for this purpose.
T"ll oil is shipped to. the plant via
railroad. Arizona Chirmcal is the.
#1 customer for Apalachicola
Northern Railroad'.Company.
Local' plant manager Hal',
'Beyer said, "I think this is a very
positive move for our plant... our
future is certain now and this
move brings stability to the busi-
ness."
Arizona Chemical (http://
www.arizonachemical.com), a
company of International Paper, is
a global leader in pine chemistry.
(See ARIZONA on Page 10)


Oscar Redd Plans to Run

Again for School Board, Dist, 1


Oscar 'Redd announces his
plan to seek. re-election to the Dis-
trict 1 seat on the Gulf County


Oscar Redd
School Board.
Oscar feels that his experi-
ence as a veteran board member,
the longest serving elected official
in the county, will help him make
decisions that are in the best
interest of the students, 'teachers
and citizens of Gulf County.
We have a good school
system, with some of the best


employees anywhere, Oscar'. says.
There is always room for improve-
ment, though, and we need to try
to have -more vocational programs
and curriculum that helps, our,
students better prepare for life
after graduation.
We also need to look for ways
to improve salaries and benefits
for our employees.
Oscar has been employed at
Arizona Chermical for 31 years,:
was one of.the original EMT's with
the Wewahitchka Volunteer
Ambulance Service and served 19
years as a volunteer fireman.
He is an active member of the
Honeyville United' Methodist
Church where he is currently
serving as chairman of the Official
Board.
Oscar is also a strong sup-
porter of the American Cancer
Society and Relay for Life.
Oscar has two children, Glo-
ria Wood and David Redd and two
grandchildren, all of Wewahitch-
ka.
Good things are happening in
Gulf County Schools, says Oscar,
as demonstrated by school grades
recently released by the state
(See REDD on Page 5)


Charlotte M. Pierce Seeks

Re-election to School Board


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The Star

PAGE TWO THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2002


EDITORIAL COMMENTARY Hunker Down With Kes by Kesley Colbert


Mom Showed Us Pictures of The Grand Canyon


Gulf Schools



Make The Grade
Gulf County schools received good news when FCAT
scores and school grades were released. Each of the
county's public schools scored "B" or better on the
statewide assessment.
The biggest gains were the county's two high schools.
Wewa High advanced from a combination "C/D" school to
,a "B" school, and PSJHS moved from a "C" to a "B"
school. -
But, the restt of the story" goes much deeper than
just a reflection on these grades. Individual improve-
ments in reading, writing and math skills are showing
marked improvement across the county.
Even more importantly, lower scoring students have
shown significant gains in schools across the county.
This statistic shows a unilateral' improvement for Gulf
students. .
There has been much publicity about the testing and
ranking of students, teachers, and school systems. While
most of us don't like being- tested or graded on our per-,
formance it is a necessary part of life. .
S Throughout our lives we are held accountable, be it at
the workplace, at home, in our relationships 'or. in the
classroom. While not popular, accountability through the
testing and evaluation of students is a necessary tool to
measure overall performance of both students and
. instructors.
It is comforting to see. that our schools not only mea-
sure up but are continuing to improve. Any way you look
at it an "A" or "B" is excellent. .
: We're proud of our teachers, administrators,: staff,
support personnel, parents and students!
They have all worked hard in reaching these lofty lev-
els of success. Hopefully this pattern of excellence will.
continue as we strive to be the best in the state......Our
children are special. .



I More Good News!


Arizona's Off



Thei'Block

S love to write good news. Tuesday morning w\e received a
press release (on front page) from Arizona Chemical
Company announcing that International Paper Company
had taken them off the "For Sale" block.
I believe this message to be more good news for our com-
munities. When' a company is sold ,you never know what
might happen. In this case 95 local employees of the com-
pan'y have been somewhat in limbo over the past few'months
as they wondered what the future might hold. '
While thereare no certainties, I think all of us can' rest a'
little easier knowing that current owners and' management
will likely stay in place and the local plant seems to be an
important part of this mix.'


I had the serious misfortune to'
be born before 'they had vacations.
Now, .we'd read about those
rich folks like the Vanderbilt s and'
John Jacob Astor boarding luxury
liners and cruising over to


England. Word had even reached
as far off the beaten path as we
lived about certain ex-presidents
spending the winter months big
game hunting in Africa. And I
remember a Weekly Reader that
had a picture of people on holi-
day" at some place called -the
French Riviera.
But we were under no illu-
sions back then-regular folks like
us didn't take vacations.
I think the cows and the pigs
and the chickens had something to


do with it. I don t think Dad would
have felt right sunbathing in South
France while his cows went unat-
tended back at the farm.
Plus. Dad rmght have missed a
day's work! Listen. that could have
very likely brought on the end of
the world! He was nght smart con-
victed that a good day's work was
what he was. put here to do. He'd
took to heart that part about idle-
hands.... '
And, of course, the fact that
we didn't have a lick of money


might have also curtailed our galli-
vanting plans somewhat!
Dad would try to trick us! He'd
come in on Friday afternoon and
happily announce that we were
'heading out in the morning on a
little family vacation.'
That meant we were going over
to Lawrence County to visit pa and
gran. And a couple of aunts 'and
uncles. Me and David Mark tried
to point out all the way over there
that it ain't no vacation if ypu don't
stay in a hotel but I don't think
Daddy heard us.....
'I can tell you for sure why it.
wasn't a vacation! About the mid-
dle of the afternoon after we'd done
all the hugging and the "my, how
you. have grown's Aunt Delia
would ask if wed like to walk to
"the next hill over and ride the
mule while Uncle Clifford plowed.
Heck. we had mules back
home!
.,Come, evening, they ,would
"invite" us to go down to the barn
and help milk. After supper we'd
all gather on the front porch, and
-isit....and snap beans til our fin-
gers turned green! Listen, breaking'
them beans off ain't no different no
matter whose porch you're sitting
on!
'Course. at first light. they'd
wake us up so we wouldn't miss
the "enjoyment" of gathering
eggs...... ... .
I'd .think about those Weekly
Reader pictures of the giant pyra-
mids or the beach at Waikikil or
Yellowstone National Park or the
Andes Mountains' and I'd get so
:mad I'could just spit!
We took this same three day
"vacation" e\ ery summer til I went
off ,to college. Dad allowed we
might could've stayed a little
longer but Archie Moore was a-
watching after our cows and pigs
and chickens and, naturally, we'
"didn't want to be an imposition on
any man".
We'd get home and first thing
I'd notice was Mr. Archie didn't do
much "looking after" that giant
hamper of snap beans' silently
waiting for our not s-o eage little
hands......,
Come next summer, we'd all
load up the old Chevrolet and off
we'd go again!
Leon could only take so much
of the milking and egg gathering.
Pretty soon we would slip off from
the community hugging and good
wishing and the "back'wheri we
were your age stories.....and we'd
end up down at Mt. Zion Church
out on the swinging foot log that
crossed Sugar Creek. It was long
and narrow and had more than a
few loose boards. Leon would wait
till me and David got out in the
middle and he'd go to swinging
those old cables in.hopes of dump-
ing us into the creek.
You talk about a ridel 'He'd
have that whole bridge rocking! It
was twenty feet down to the water!
And you can betSI was hanging on
for dear life! -
If we somehow managed to
hold on while-he twisted the mid-
(See KESLEY ON PAGE 3)


I Knew There Was A ReasonWe Had Six Kids...
er-a x


THIS MARVELOUS newspa-
per has always, been a family
-operated newspaper:, even more,
so than it is now, years *ago,
It started, from scratch, with
one-legged Bill Smith and his
wife, 'Bessie, operating every-
thing.. Then,.it was Smith and
his wife, Myrtice, after his first
wife died and he re-married.
Then, it became my turn, in
:1952, to join with my wife,
Frenchie. and our brood of kids,
to .operate The Star until three
years ago, when it was turned
. over to our son, Willie, his wife
and children.
It's still operated as a family
newspaper by a family. And, will
be for several years to come, I
hope. :
;,That wasn't necessarily a
choice; but more of a necessity.
We had it to do in order to make
a, financial "go" of it.

THIS MEANT THAT all three
of my boys had to work in the
"shop" when they were growing


ETAOIN SHRDLU


Written by Wesley Ramsey
'\ K


up. "
The three girls had to work,.
some;, but riot full time, like the
: boys. They:folded papers on pub-
lication day and did other light.
work when we needed it done.
That was during the -days
when the paper was printed with-
the "hot type", method and there
were several non-trained .jobs
they could do which only
required a strong back or a .will-
ing hand. '
I remember, one Sunday, I
was having to work, making up
an ad for Boyles' 'Department
Store. It took quite a bit of exper-
tise and I was down at the office
on a Sunday afternoon and I had


Carol with me. She was just one
or two years old then and I had
her sitting on the make-up stone
where'I was working, so I could
'keep my eye on her.
Guy Middleton, who worked
for Boyles' then, wandered into'
the office to see how his ad was:
coming along. -He reached out a'
hand to pat Carol on the head.
I don't know why, but I said,
"Watch out, she bites!"
Old Guy's eyes opened, wide
and he immediately drew back
anrid let out a questioning, "Q-h-
h!
.To this day, he hasn't tried
to, pat Carol on the head. He will'
never be able to, because he is


dead now.

ALL THREE OF MY sons,
worked in the print shop; some
more than others.
Son number one was our
newspaper press feeder for a
period of time.
'One year, Ray decided he
wanted to' play football That
meant he had a conflict on
-Wednesdays, because nobody
else, besides me, could .feed the
big 4-page newspaper press.
Number two son, Willie, had
the job of catching the printed
newspapers as they came off the
press...
Well', Ray missed .football
.practice that first Wednesday,
because he had to feed the'
press. Coach Wayne Taylor came
by the office after football prac-
Stice that day, checking on where
Ray' was. He had missed football
practice.
I told Wayne the story and
added, "He had more important
things to do this afternoon."


Wayne informed me there
was nothing ,more' important
than football practice. I argued
that I, thought :there was, but
told Wayne Ray would be at foot-
ball practice every Wednesday
from that time on.
And he was!
NUMBER TWO SON, Willie,,
decided- he wanted to learn to
operate our lone offset job .print-
ing press, so we taught him.
Now, everything is offset. and'
computers at The Star and Willie
feels right at home.
Third son, Alford, was
taught to do everything the older
two boys either outgrew or didn't
especially want to do.
He inherited Ray's job of
feeding the newspaper press
after Ray had to spend his
Wednesday playing football.
They all had the job of
putting up reglets, leads and
slugs, after the newspaper pages
had been torn down, after they
were printed. They melted the


type-setting lead and poured it
Into pigs for re-use and' did
other odd jobs about the printing
shop.
They all grew up, exposed to
printing ink in their: veins.
Now, only one follows' the
trade. But, they"'all understand
that one has',to work if they are
going to ever have anything.

IT'S ALWAYS BEEN a family
operated business and I suppose
it always will be.
I had two or three opportuni-
ties to sell,the newspaper, and
make a nice profit, I guess, but it
. turned out this way,.which I like
better.
Family operated newspapers
are few and far between these
days. Even the small country
weeklies-a 'category wIe fall
in-are mostly owned and oper-
ated by conglomerates these
days.


-THE STAR-
USPHS 518-880
Published Every Thursday at 209-211 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
by The Star Publishing Company of Port St. Joe, Inc.
Periodical Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, FL
Willium H. Ramsey .. Editor & Publisher, President
Wesley R. Ramsey. . .. . Editor Emeritus
Shirley Ramsey Graphic Design/Office Manager


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OUT OF COUNTY $30.00'YEAR OUT OF COUNTY $20.00 SIX MONTHS,
TO ALL ADVERTISERS In case of error or omissions in advertisements
the publishers do not hold themselves liable for damage further than
amount received for such advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed
word is thoughtfully weighed. The.spoken word barely
asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces. The
spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


Date
June 21
June 22
June 23
June 24
June 25
June 26
June 27


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WindMark Breezing Forward


by Tim Croft
The sales center is nearly
complete and a model home is ris-
ing along the beachfront.
A paved road honeycombs
through roughly 80 acres, wind-
ing from the beach to upland con-
-servation areas that are now in
state hands.
They are the telltale signs
'that the little white bird is taking
flight at WindMark Beach.
Or more appropriately, the
bird is prepared to roost, given
that 72 of the development's 110
lots have already been sold.
S. "We, had a lot of pent-up


*


demand," said Arvida project
manager John Hendry, noting
that the roller coaster economy of
the past year has done little to
derail sales at WindMark.
Step inside the recently-com-
pleted sales center for a sense of
what St. Joe/Arvida envisions for
WindMark.
Understated elegance in airy
spaces and cream colors, with
photographs by Apalachicola
artist Richard Bickel adorning the
walls.
The feel is one of luxury -
after all lots started at $90,000
and have zoomed to as much as
$575,000 without gaudiness.


"We are trying to be as unpre-
tentious as we can because that's
what (Port St. Joe) is, unpreten-
tious," Hendry said.
"It's what people love about
this place. People love this place
for what it is. ... It just makes
great marketing, sense (to main-
tain '. general ambience)."
And nurture a vision of what
Hendry, and in turn St. Joe offi-
cials, hopp WindMark will repre-
sent: a development that balances
on the high wire between share-
holder and community interests.
For example, the marketing
mission is to release lots in
groups, giving buyers a choice but
not allowing buyers to "cherry,
pick" the best lots.
That allows Arvida to "ratchet
up" the price as lots are sold -
excellent for the company's bot-
tom line, beneficial to early buy-
ers as they watch property values
rise and ad boost to county tax rev-'
enues.


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According to Hendry, the pro-
jected tax windfall to the county
for improved lots 'should reach
$1.4 million a year, while even the
tax bounty for unimproved lots
should be worth an additional
$500,000:
"This development alone will
be a significant contribution to.
the county coffers," Hendry said.
"Then you have all the permit
money (the building department)
is receiving."
Consider also water and
sewer requirements.
By paying tap fees for all lots
up front, about $150,000, along
with an additional $150,000,'
Arvida was able assist the county
in the upgrading of the Highland
View water system while connect-
ing to Port St. Joe's sewer system
and county water mains.


'"That's a great example of .
how we can contribute without Northwest Florida Improvement "It benefits not just this devel-
putting our hands in our pock- Foundation., its just good busi-
ets," Hendry said, alluding to the ness. (See WindMark on Page 12)


Sugar

Kesley co,

die spans upside down-he'd get-
so. caught .up in the moment he'd,
rush but:and grab us and throw,
us into the creek anyway! Me and
Dave. would hurl some wet-insults
,., ack up at him, and he'd get so
Smad he'd jump right in after us!
Crazy fool! At least I was
pushed!
One year we, worked two days
building a raft. We were going to
float to Alabama. Well, we made it'',
a--ll of fifty yards down to the shalt-
owsivere Shannon Creek forked
oilf of the Sugar. The water wasn't
more than ankle deep for a mile! '
We spent one vacation con,


Fresh Peas
Shelled
Hamper $18.00
Quart $ 5.00
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Unshelled
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Creek '

iinued from Page 2A

structing a dam. 'We,were going to
flood Uncle Womack's peaches. We
wouldn't haVe to climb .he tree
when we got hungry. We could just
"swim right up to the food!
We'd have crab apple fights
and play hide-and-go-seek in
Uncle, Clifford's barn. We'd get an
old tire, crawl inside and roll down
Powder Mill hill. Every night Leon
.would take someone snipe hunt-
ing.'
When we got a little older' we
did a lot of fishing off the foot log.
We'd take cousin J: C.'s thirty- '
aught-six and just ."shoot down
there amongst them"! All kinds of
fish would come floating up. I can
guarantee you-it.was a lot easier
than cracking those snap beans!
We tried to make the most of a
'.bad situation. But make no min-
'take, we clearly understood that it
wasn't a real vacation. It's a won-
der our lack of going anywhere
didn't warp us forever! \Ve com-
plained like the dickens but a]ll we
ever got was a pat on the head and
a dissertation on the rich value of
family.
It's amazing how life can flip-
flop on you! Most of that propa-
ganda: my, folks were spouting
turned out to be absolutely true
For y6u see-I spent a.large part of
the first half of mylife dreaming of',
a real vacation with. hotels and
theme parks .and dressed up wait- ,
ers bringing me double chocolate
fudge sundaes I have 'spent the
last half wishing I could get Leon
out there inr the middle of that foot
log just one time with nme and
David Mark holdingg on" to each'
end of that cable...... ',
'Respectfully,
Kes


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grant program if the purchase
were made this month.
Commissioners agreed to
move forward with the purchase
after the park committee and
board agreed on the playground
items to be purchased. The city
has just over $60,000 in grant
funds for the playground equip-
ment purchase. The sale pur-
chase would allow them to
purchase approximately $80,000
in new equipment.
In Other Business
*Agreed to advertise for
Request for Proposal to evaluate
needed alterations to the city
water treatment plant in order to
use the fresh water canal as a
potable'water source for the city.
*Agreed to a request by
Commissioner David Horton to
construct, a step down on the
city's boat launching dock at
Frank Pate Park.
*Economic Development
Council Director Karen Whaley
advised the board of a meeting to
be held on July 23rd as part of the
community's new Hub Zone des-
ignation. The meeting will be held
to certify small businesses to bid
on government contracts.


Senior Citizens
Need Help
The Gulf County Senior
SCitizens need your help.
Periodically an article will be
printed identifying items needed
to assist- low income men and
women. Anyone ,wishing to make
a financial do6ration, or donate
the items listed may bring them
by the Port St. Joe Senior Citizens
Center or call 229-8466.
A refrigerator is needed for an
elderly lady, at present she has
none at all.
Shower chairs are needed to-
loan to create a safer environment
when taking a shower.
Adult, diapers are needed in
medium and large sizes.,
-: Volunteer carpenters, are
needed to do minor carpentry
work in homes.
Ensure is needed on a
monthly basis.
Electnc lift chair is needed for
lady \with poor mobility.


Redd
-From Pg. 1
showing all county schools are A
and B schools.
Port St. Joe Elementary
School has recently seen new ren-
ovations completed. Wewahitchka
Elementary has six new class-
rooms, a covered bus loading
ramp for students and a re-roof-
ing project completed.


Mayor Frank Pate accepts a check from TDC Director Paula Pickett, while commissioners David
Horton, Benny Roberts, Eugene Raffield and Christine Williams look on.


News from UDC
The United. Daughters' 'of the
Confederacy, Apalachicola Chap-'
ter #826 met at Toucan's in
Mexico Beach on Thursday, June
1,3. .
President Jane Forster, read
interesting reports. that were cov-
bred during the past year.,
A most informative April
meeting in Wewahitchka had .as
guest Linda McCain from Panama
City, who presented .a program
about the Confederados. The
Confederados went to South-
America following the War
Between the States. John Keyes
returned to the states and played
a large role in developing the
Episcopal Church in
Wewahitchka and was involved in
other civic activities. Mr. Keyes
was buried in the Jehu Cemetery
in an unmarked grave. With the
assistance of the 'librarian and
city officials, UDC were able to
locate the grave and hope to place
a marker, at the site.
In, May,, they met in
Apalachicola. and later placed
lags on each soldier's grave in the


ChestnIt and Magnolia cemeter-
ies. '
New officers were installed at
the June meeting: President is
Jane Forster, Vice President is
Betty Lewis, secretary is Elizabeth
Stokoe, registrar is Jean
Heathcock, treasurer is Joyce
Faison and chaplain is Liz Strang.,


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High School has seen the creation
of a new Middle School.
All this while the Gulf County
School Board has been forced to
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severe budget constraints.
Oscar said he is honored to
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of the Gulf County School Board
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park that will be a beacon guiding
visitors into an important facet of'
the county's history.
p The historical society and
county are seeking a $350,000
state special', category historical
grant to facilitate complete
restoration of the lighthouse
keeper's quarters and, depending
on safety and cost issues, the
lighthouse itself.
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No. 1 beach in America," said
Charlotte Pierce of the historical,
society. "Why wouldn't you be"
expedient about restoring it?"


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The request for, the $350,000.
grant will be taken up by a panel
from the state Division of Histori-
cal Resources in September.
Given the county's status as a
rural" area of critical economic,
concern, the local match on such
a grant would be waived.
However, the historical soci-
ety is pursuing, local funds to,
assist the project, having con7;s
tribute $5,000 of its own in addi-
tion to $3,000 received from the
Miller Charitable Trust.
Additionally, the historical
society has already., secured
$35,000 from the state for initial
architectural work.
The entire project achieved
initial liftoff with the Air Force's
decision to lease the two acre
lighthouse site to the county for
25 years.
The site includes the light-
house, two keepers' quarters and
the oil storage house.
The lease will not infringe on
Air Force operations as it will
retain the right to close site
temporarily on occasion for
essential military activities.
In its proposal to the state,
the historical society. outlines sev-
eral goals: historical, recreational,
educational and,environmental.
The mission is to create a
"eco-heritage tourism destina--
tion." .
'Plans as they stand now call
for the additional repairs to the
keeper's quarters which has been
partially renovated by the Air,
Force. ,
The structure would be fur-
nished and rented out to produce
an income flow while renovations
elsewhere at the site proceed.
The second keeper's quarters
is, to put it mildly, a mess. Com-
plete renovation is the cure for its


Deteriorating condition and it is
proposed that' it will house muse-
um and educational displays
regarding life during a bygone era.
The site will also emphasize
the eco-.system and interaction
between land and water, while
offering recreational. opportunities
such as shelling, birding and fish-
Sing. '
A picnic area is also proposed
and the keeper's quarters will be
renovated to offer space inside
and out for social events and
public meetings.
The historical society also
wants to provide, a range of inter-
pretive displays as well as tapes
and videos providing, education
and insights into the area's histo-
ry and environment.
The hope is that the museum
can partrier with Gulf- County
Schools and Gulf Coast Conimu-
nity College to provide learning
opportunities.
."Classes and service clinics
for elementary and middle school
: students can incorporate subjects
covered in the museum," the his-
torical society's proposal reads-in
part.
"Community work programs
can furnish hands-on museum
experience ...' We believe classes;
and work programs held during
the development phases of the
museum \\iill establish strong
community ties to the museum.',
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Ly Tonya Gainer
Gulf Pines New
Dietary Manager


Ly Tonya Gainer has been
promoted to Dietary Manager of.
Gulf Pines Hospital.
Ly Tonya graduated from Port
St. Joe High School. She has been
employed at Gulf Pines Hospital
for eight years. Last year she
enrolled in the .Dietary
Management Training correspon-
dence course offered by the
University of Florida. Kathy
Baxley, a registered dietitian has
acted as Ly Toniya's'preceptor for
the course.
Based upon Ly Tonya's excel-
lent work ethic and good perfor-
mance record, as well as Baxley's
recommendation, Iy Tonya has
been chosen to manage and
supervise the; hospital dietary
department. .'.


Pierce
'.From Pg. 1
hours in boardmanship during
her tenure as a board member
and recently completed the certi-
fied Master Board program, along
with other members of the Gulf
County School Board arid super-
intendent, to earn the distinction
of being one of 30 certified Master
Boards in the state,.
She is a member of the Parent
Support Group for Academic
Excellence, Gulf County Scholar-
ship Committee, Education
Foundation of Gulf County, and


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serves as the school board's rep-
resentative on the Gulf County
Economic Development Council.
She is also a member of the St.
Joseph Historical Society.
Pierce states that she will
continue to be a full time board
member, accessible to everyone,
and responsive to all issues.
A Gulf County native, she is
married to Paul H. Pierce and they
have one son, Jonathan. Her par-
ents are Dave and Sara Maddox
also of Port St. Joe.

Price Honored
Susan Minger Price of
Wewahitchka has been'honored
as one of just nine members to
comprise the national Dental
Team Advisory Panel.
The panel meets for several
days later this month in Chicago.
The DTAP assists the Council
on Dental Practice in creating and
developing projects and activities
that support and enhance the
dental team concept. '
Price has been a dental assis-
tant for nine years in the office of
Goodreau and Walters in Panama,
City.
In addition to her expanded
responsibilities in dental assist-
ing, Price is responsible for the
negotiation and purchasing of
office supplies, conducting annu-
al updates, reviewing OSHA regu-
lations and all staff members.
Price is a graduate of Port St.
Joe High School and' Gulf Coast
Community College. She is~the
daughter o'" Mrs. Dw eight M1inger of
Port St. Joe and the ,late 'Mr.
Minger.
Susan and:. her husband,
Tony Pnce. live with their familNy
'in Wewahlitchka.


National HIV
Testing Day
The Gulf County Health
Department will be offering free
HIY testing at tvo sites on June
27. They will be at the Port St. Joe
office located at 2475 Carrison
Avenue. and the Wewiahitchka
office located at 232 E. Lake
Avenue .between the hours of 8
and 1 1 a.m;, and 1 and 3 p.m.
No appointment.is necessary,
however you may schedule an
appointment in Port St. Joe' by
calling 850/227-1276, ext, 100,
or in Wewahitchka by calling.
850/639-2644.
Sa y'ou Saw tIn 'The Star!


Lauren Hersman


New Arrival
Erik and Rinnie Hersman are
pleased to, announce the birth of
their daughter, Lauren Elizabeth.
She was born June 10, weigh-
ing eight pounds and was 20 1/8
inches long.

Thank You!
Manager William Thursbay,
Coach Blake Denton and Coach
Frank Cochran would like to
thank the following people for
their donations to the 9 and 10
year old Non-Sanctioned.
Traveling Baseball Team:
Mexico Beach Parker Realty,
County Commissioner Carl Fox,
Morris and Terri Palmer, Big Barn'
Flea Market & Antiques, John
Arnold-Heavy Equipment, Frank
Cochran,. William & Teresa
Thursday, and to all the wonder-
ful parents of our team!

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From Medicare
Making a decision about
numirsing home care for you or your
loved one can be difficult but
Medicare offers information about
Florida nursing homes to help
.make an informed decision.
Visit www.medicare.gov and
click the "Nursing 'Home
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MNEDICARE to learn mor6 about
specific nursing homes. "Nursiing.
Home Compare" evaluates homes
by quality measures related to the
type of stay, whether temporary or
long-term. Information on 'each
licensed nursing home in Florida
is available. Also, ask for copies of-
Medicare's Guide to choosingg a
Nursirig Home publication:
Visiting a nursing home fre-
quently is always the best,'way to
judge the quality of care in a
home. These tools provided by


Medicare are another good source
in the decision-making process'
and for conversations with nurs-
ing home administrators.
Florida Medical ,Quality
Assurance, Inc.,I Medicare's
healthcare quality improvement
organization in Florida, is cur-
rently working with nursing
homes on a new initiative to
improve care in nursing facilities.

Our Gratitude
Words cannot 'express the
gratitude we feel, for all the loving
gestures of comfort shown to us at
the passing of obur loved one.
We would like to' take this
oppor tunit to 'publicly acknowl-
edge the kind and professional
manner in which the Gulf County,
Sheriffs Department handled our
emergency call.
We are eternally grateful for
the many calls, cards; food and,
above all, your prayers.
The Lawrence'.E. (Gene)'
McCormick family


$31,000 from FEMA
Buys Generator


'People' working in Gulf'
County's new., emergency opera-
tions center will soon.be able to .
direct disaster response .'even
when the power goes off thanks to
a,. grant from the. Federal
Eniergency Management Agency
(FEMA). The S31.306 grant w1il
help pay for a 150-1Olowatl diesel
generator that will provide back-
up electrical power to the center.
"'Directing 'disaster response
in this day and age requires using
a vanety of high tech equipment.
including computers and multiple
radios," said FEMA .Region TVX
Director Ken Burris. "Back-up-
batteries are good for a short time.
but when the' power cold be off'
for hours or even days you 'have
got to have an emergency genera-
Stor." .. ..
The grant represents"70 per-
cent of the project's' total cost. The
remaining 30 lpercent-$1.3.694-
will be covered equally 'by state
and local governments
'The state's primary role in
disasters is to support the
county's emergency operation,"
said Gov. Jeb Bush.. '"This grant
will help our local, partners ensure
that their :emergency operations
center is up and running even.
after the stormi:
The grant is a part of FEM'Vs
HFazard Mitigation Grant Program ,
designed rto help ,tate anjdiii4[.:
g ,ve'rniriits take actions now to
ptevent-.or reduce the adverse,..
impacts of future .disasters.: The
prbgramn',.goal is. to. reduce the
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Norris D. Langston

Foundation Awards


Rep. Allan Bense, R-Panama
City, will be the keynote speaker
at the fifth annual Norris D.
Langston Youth Foundation
awards presentation.
Ceremonies begin 6:30 p.m.
EDT Thursddy; June 27- in the
Commons Area at Port St. Joe
High: School.
Bense, first elected to the
Florida House of Representatives
in 1998,. serves District 6; which
under recent legislative redistrict-
ing now includes Gulf County.
Bense,. chairman of the
House Ready Infrastructure
Council, is, currently the front-
runner to become Speaker of the
House in 2005-2006.
Francisco "Frank" Alarcon,.

Rhames Family


Reunion 22nd
The annual Rhamne" Famuly
Reunion will,-be, held. Saturday.
June. 22, at the Kminard
Community Center in Kinard.
Lunch will be served around
12:00 noon. .. ,
i They' invite everyone to join
them for this 'special time. This
includes family and friends.
Please bring a covered dish and'
come on and join a day of fun and
fellowship. And can catch up on
all the happenings since last year
and make new meniones lor years
to come.
If you have any questions or
need directions you may contact
Liz. Rhames at home :(229)324-
2163. at work (229)891-4037 or e-
mail liz'i'planttel.net.




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Dad, Suzanne, Sherry, Greg,
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deputy secretary of the Florida
Department of Juvenile Justice,
will present scholarship awards to
area youth during the Foundation
ceremonies.,
Also slated to speak during
the program is state Sen. Al Law-
son, D-Tallahassee.
The Norris D. Langston Youth
Foundation recognizes .youth in
Gulf, Franklin, Calhoun and Bay,
counties by assisting their educa-
tional needs with scholarships.
Langston was a graduate of
and outstanding athlete at Port
St. Joe High School.
He died in 1991 and the foun-
dation was established in. his
honor six years later by his broth-
er, Dr. David D. Langston.
To date. the foundationhas
awarded roughly four dozen.
scholarships to,' graduating
seniors.











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behind the courthouse, was recently named for Joseph N. Bearden, a long-time county employee
passed away last week.


La Ef -reen Atiite


Sheriff's Beat
EXPIRED TAG' NABS Two
FolR DRUGS
Richard ; Sheppard was
arrested June, 16 for drving6on a
suspended license, and posses-


sion of cocaine with intent to dis-.
tribute. A passenger. AnthonyN
Hill, was charged with possession
less than 20 grams of marijuana,
possession of crack cocaine with
.intent to distribute and destruc-
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William Lewis Renolds
arrested June 10 for burglar
dwelling after being found c
ing one of the alcoholic beve
that was reported stolen.
BATTERY ARRESTS
On June 14 John and
Buckalew began n argi
that became physical. Bria
1was arrested for allegedly
bing his brother John, 32.
On June 13 Micha
Wallace. sr. of Lynn Havei
Amanda .M. Gladin of Pa
City were arrested for doi
battery .after a physical al
tion while .driving th
Wewahitchka. ,
On June' 11 a juvenile


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Lawrence E.
(Gene) McCormick
Lawrence E. Gene
McCormick, 79, of St. Joe Beach,
passed away Thursday, June 13.
*Funeral services were held
Sunday, June 16, at 2 p.m. at the
Kent-Forest Lawn Funeral Home
Chapel with the Rev. Wayde Hunt
officiating. Interment followed at
Evergreen Memorial Gardens.
Active pallbearers-were Tony
Maige, Jimmy Sims, Richard
McGhee, Tony Hubbard, James
Mamoran and Mike White.
In lieu, of flowers, donations
may be made ,to the American
Heart Association, 2925 Hwy. 77,
Panama City, FL 34205.

Sell To Deputies,
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p'" IIJenny Sue Glenn was
who arrested June 11. on drug
charges. Investigator Jake
S .Richards assisted by Investigator.
STim High power. Deputy Bobby
Plair andi Malcolm Garrett, con-',
ducted an undercover investiga-,.
tion, with assistance from
undercover investigator .. Brad
'was Seagree of the Franklin: County
r of a .. Sheriffs Office, who agreed to
drink- come to Gulf County.
rages Glenn sold a prescription
pain :reliever to Seagree, and
made arrangements to return and
Brian' sell drugs she had at her home.
.. Sh 'Se was arrested and a
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Mill Ruling
Smurfit-Stone will have 30 days decaying
to pay the bill before it is consid- Hess
'ered delinquent and subject to years late
additional penalties, Floyd added. tory but
Also, the "good faith" payment Colbert Iae
is made, in part, so a taxpayer "It's
can avoid a 10 percent per year years ant
penalty for unpaid taxes, the site,"
But Floyd noted that a court Hess
could rule that a payment of less before hi
than 10 percent of the ultimate often in
tax bill ($192,000 of $1.99 mil- "What d
lion) does not reach the level of when did
good faith and could ,result in a 10 The r
percent penalty for every year the closed sio
bill goes unpaid.' had close
During a three-day, trial last The Pans
week, Hess was asked to navigate the same.
through conflicting, complex and The P
oft times convoluted testimony, had been
All of which was aimed at a significant
central issue: the state of the mill And
and the value of its property as ject in on
the new millennium dawned. ceedings,
"It all boiled down to the con- rising ant
edition of the mill as of January 1, Stone Cc
2000," Levy said. merge an
As Hess summed it up, "Why
Phipps and Stone Container heavy hit
argued that the mill was inopera- they wou
ble, a start, up would be too wrote.
lengthy and costly and unjustified Smui
given market conditions. between
'Salvage. was the only option million fo
* a-td the salvage value of the mill's Levy
equipment was under $10 mil- money by
lion., concernir


S "In a nutshell, they testified
that the St. Joe mill was a
dinosaur whose carcass was'


sions, th
and the
there, it w


From Page 1
in the sun," Hess wrote.
continued that two
er the mill is indeed his-
hindsight was a luxury
backed on tax day.
easy to look back two
d determine the worth of
Levy said.
wrote that the question
m was, in words used
the nation's capital,
id (Colbert) know and
he know it?"
mill; he wrote, had been
nce August 1998, but it
ed before and reopened.
rma City mill had done

Port St. Joe mill manager
q preserving the mill "at
it cost."
while the mill was a sub-
ngoing bankruptcy pro-
liner board prices were
d Jefferson Smurfit arid
)ntainer were trying to
d buy the mill.
would two of paper's
ters purchase the mill if
ld not operate it?" Hess

rfit-Stone ultimately paid
$110 million and $123
r the mill.
said much of the testi-
Smurfit-Stone officials
ng their business deci-
.e liner board industry
mill, "was really .out
was tough to swallow."


Children's Home Receives $2,100
Judge David Taunton, third from left, receives a check for $2,100
for the Taunton Family Children's Home from Jan Brant of the Port
St. Joe Marina. The check represents .the proceeds from the Spring
Fling fishing tournament. From left are Debbie VanVleet, Dan'
VanVleet, Taunton, Brant, Harriet Landry. and'Trey Landry.


Phipps contended that Col-
bert should have known the mill
would not reopen, that his
appraisal was based on "hope" as
much as reality.
-In particular, Phipps cited a
November 1999 magazine article
in which Smurfit chairman
Michael W.J. Smurfitt told
investors the mill would not
reopen.
But Hess noted that the mag-
azine, Pulp & Paper, was not "a
familiar site" on news stands in
Port St. Joe, that Smurfitt did not
then own the mill and the mill's
manager, if he knew it would not
reopen, never communicated that
to Colbert.
"So far as (Colbert) could tell,
this was a mill capable of produc-
tion and ready (enough) to be put
into production," Hess wrote.
And when Stone Container's
accountant and' tax agent filed a
personal property return on
March 30, 2000, the estimated
value of the Port St. Joe property
was over $108 million.
"Apparently he did not know
the mill was scrap either," Hess
wrote. '"The Court considers this a
significant fact supporting (Col-
bert's) actions."
Therefore, during the statuto-
rily mandated time frame, for cer-
tification of. tangible personal
property and certification of tax
rolls, Hess wrote, Colbert had to
weigh a list of factors to assess
the property's value, ,without
knowledge of the mill's death.
"There a lot of complexities,"
Levy said. "But you have to sift
through it and 'make your best'
judgement based on the informa-
tion available to you.
"I think that is what Kesley
felt he had done."
Hess apparently agreed.
He ticked, off each of the
statutory factors Colbert had to
consider on January 1, 2000.
Cash value. The mill was for
-'sale, Hess noted, and (Smurfit-
Stone) ultimately paid at least
$110 million for it.
Stone 'officials and Phipps
maintained that most of the pur-
chase price was to, settle out-
standing debts from the bank-
ruptcy proceedings'. "(Stone)
failed to carry their burden on
this point," Hess wrote.
*-Highest and Best Use. The
mill, while shut down, was in a
condition to be- restarted, Hess
wrote. The union had made con-
cessions, the state had provided
tax break incentives and the liner
board market was imnprovirig.
And'at least one buyer other
thif St6he. v.as :Iut there aCrnd'
Sinreested in ptirchas.int the 'rill
"Scrapping the mill was not


shown to be the best use of the
property (on tax day)," Hess,
wrote.
Location. The property sits
on a deep water port with sup-
porting industries and a rail line
nearby.
Quantity or size. While a
small producer of liner board, the
mill was not the smallest in the
industry, Hess concluded.
Cost of the property. Col-
bert's calculation was not as
telling on this point, Hess wrote,
as Stone's own March 30 estimate
that the fair market value was
$108.1 million and the original
installed cost was $180.3 million.
Condition of the property.
Colbert factored in the estimated
$49 million required to make the
mill operatirnl ,
Income from the property.
"As evidence made clear, that
information .was not readily
shared with (Colbert)," Hess
wrote.
"As the representative of the
mill's longtime owner told (Col-
bert), 'I can tell you.we made $20
million last year or I can tell you
wei-.lost $20 million, whichever
you want.' This is not a factor
(Colbert) could consider, through
no tiault of his own."
'*Net proceeds of sale. Florida
Coast paper, which owned the
nrrull when the company \.ent into
bankruptcy proceedings, paid
roughly $202 million five years
before.
Taken all together, Colbert
did his job with the best informa-
tion available, Hess wrote.'
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"A Property Appraiser's deter-
mination of just value is entitled
to a strong presumption of validi-i
ty when arrived at in adherence to
the statutory factors.


"(Stone) failed to exclude
every reasonable hypothesis of a
legal assessment for the year
2000. Accordingly, (Colbert's) val-
uation for the year should be
upheld."


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by Tim Croft
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tournament hosted by the Port St.
Joe Marina.
The International Game Fish
Association will sanction the
junior angler tournament July 6,
with Gatorade on board as the
primary sponsor. .
"IGFA is a big deal," said Dan
VanVleet. "And Gatorade is spon-
soring so we have have a couple of
big names involved.
"The marina's tournament
staff has worked to get a tourna-
ment of this stature in Gulf Coun-
ty." '
The tournament is open to
any youngster 16 and under.
The entry fee is $15 and each
contestant will receive a one-year
membership in IGFA Junior
Anglers, an IGFA hat, embroi-
dered patch, decal and quarterly
newsletters.
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entrant a fully stocked tackle box
as well plenty to drink for fighting
,those big fish.
A total of 24 first-place prizes
donated. by local sponsors. Win-
ners in catfish, pinfish, ladyfish,
trout and eight other species cat-
egories will win rods and reels
and other prizes.
Each fish weighed will earn
the entrant a certificate and all
entnes will be entered in drawings
for any species of fish hot caught.
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boat, dock or shore.
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that old fishing hole with morn
ai)d dad and grandma and grand-
pa," VanVleet said. "Gulf County
parents take great pride in their
youngsters, whether it be Little
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something they love to do: go fish-
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and under and 11 through, 16,
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p.m. Prizes will be awarded 5-7
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week to attend Coach Don Hood's.
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be competing at the AAU State
qualifier next week in Gainesville.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2002 PAGE 11A


Following Your Dreams


by Tim Croft
TALLAHASSEE As a young-
ster growing up in Atlanta, Denise
Trykowski hid a secret from those
around her.
Long before NASCAR explod-
ed into a national phenomenon,
Trykowski's daddy took her to the
weekend -races.
She soaked up the atmos-
phere and was entranced.
"It was the smell, the sound,
it was just so cool," Trykowski
said.


Denise Trykowski
"But as a girl growing up at
that time, (racing) wasn't some-
thing girls were supposed to do.
So I kept it a secret."
And instead of pursuing a life,
of grease and checkered flags,
Trykowski did. what girls did
when they reached young adult-
hood.
She got married, had a son,
worked and maintained a cozy
nest for her family.
But as her son, Cody, reached
15 and, as with many teenagers
perceived hanging with mom and'
dad., akin to. an hour of Perry
Como records, needed her less,
the itch returned.
So, one dayin 1999 Trykows-
ki, asked her. husband, David,
-what he thought about their buy-
ing a race.car.
"The first thing he said. was,
'Well. %who is going to drive it? "
she said. 1 told hu-n.I was.-
S"A lot of people .were sur-
prised. My sister was real sur-



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so prim and proper."'
After eight months of massag-
ing her new racer, Trykowski was
ready to try her luck, even as she
trespassed onto macho territory.
"It's a man's world, no doubt
about it," Trykowski said. "But I
don't see it as a gender issue. If
I'm out there and not causing
problems, causing accidents, it
shouldn't be a problem."
She raced in Bay County, at
Dothan (Ala.) Raceland and on
the asphalt of Albany, Ga.
"There may have been a few
times in the beginning where I
was intimidated," she said. "It
was kind of the blind leading the
blind.
"But that only fueled me.
When everything is stacked
against me, that's when I get
,pumped."
Arid the track that kept luring
her from her home outside of Tal-
lahassee was North Florida Motor
Speedway near Wewahitchka.
"I love Wewa," Trykowski said.
"It's fast. I don't know there is
something about it:
"And now they have an owner
(Ben Watson) who has some busi-
ness sense and seems to be run-
ning it the way it should be run."
Primarily, Watson has suc-
ceeded where many previous
operators have failed: he's spread
purse money, around so most all,
drivers get a piece and consistent-
ly attracted large fields of cars.
"Hey, let's face it, we're not

Race Results
Results from, North Florida
Motor Speedway for June 15.
Early Model
1. Ben Dalton; 2. Ted Shores;
3. Phillip Anderson: 4. Duane
Bates; 5. Derek Aultman; 6. Andy
Bevis; 7. Glenn.Neiheiser; 8. Keith
Hutcherson; 9. Clinton Mears; 10.
Teddy Sasser; 11. Robo Hutchin-.
son.
Enduro
1, Danny Henderson; 2. John
Melvin; 3. James Golden; 4. Mike
Hornbuckle; 5. Tony Easter; 6.
Charles Goodwin; 7. Denise
.Tr'kow ski; 8. Jim Gander; 9. Joe
Gander.
Hobby
1. Preston Lefstead; 2. Tony
Payne; 3. Jerry 'Bass;- 4.- David
Pate; 5. Skeeter Redmon: 6. Den-
nis Jones; 7. Dennis Adams; 8.
Kenny Peck; 9. Mario Lupi; 10.
Corbitt Moseley. .
IMCA
1. Curtis Galbreath. 2. Dar-
rell George;, 3. Clay Galbreath; 4.
boug Rogers; 5. Russell Welch; 6..
Tom Galbreath; 7. Todd Neiheis-
er; 8. Donnie Shultie; 9. Maylon
Palmer; 10. KC Chaudhry.
Late Model
1. Lonnie Robeits; 2. Earl
Boyett; 3. Tim Page; 4. Dale.'
Groves; 5. Jim Dispennette; 6.
Haywire Nelson;'7. Andy Beatty.
Mini
1. Cliff Smith: 2. Denise
Melvin; 3. Jeff Hixson: 4. Kenn
Bass; 5. Lance Wasson; 6. Lowell
Smith; 7. Lucas Wasson; 8, Gary.-
Johnsonl; 9. Johnny Wilson.
Pure Stock
1. Skipper Powell; 2. Chris
Miles: 3. Pappy Powell; 4. Doug
Rogers;. 5. Andy Hall; 6. Randy
Holland: 7. Mitchell Webb: 8.
Waldo McGuffey Jr.; 9. Justin
Golden; 10. Michael Dasher; 11.
Walter Nicholson; 12. George
Fray;- 13. Charlie- Goodwin; 14.
Dennis Adams; 15. Larry"Kojak"
Davis.
Super Street
1. Russell Welch; 2. Greg,
"Opie" Steverson,r 3. Tom Weigel:
4. Ken Redmon; 5. Mike Daniels.


going to get rich doing this,"
Trykowski said. "But if you finish
in the top three and get the money
you spent to race back and a tro-
phy, you are pretty happy."
Trykowski has been parked in
the top three in the Enduro class
at North Florida Motor Speedway
most of the year.
She has yet to win a feature
race, but has consistently fin-
ished up front and captured a few
heats.
Until last week she was lead-
ing the points race in the Enduro
class, but John Melvin has
slipped in front with 'Trykowski
looming in his rearview mirror.
,Although there have been a
few exceptions, Trykowski has
found acceptance in the testos-
terone-soaked pits at North Flori-
da Motor Speedway.
On the racetrack, it's every
man, or in Trykowski's case
woman, for themselves, bumping
and banging for position.
But off the track, she has
found reservoirs of advice, spare
parts and a level of camaraderie
that is irreplaceable.
"The majority of the guys are
just terrific," Trykowski said. "I've
been received well.
a "Of course, I didn't think a lot
about being a woman out there
competing with the men). It is so
time-consuming in the pits, you
are working on your car, getting it
just right.! You can't be distract-
ed."
And some aspects of the rac-
ing scene balance the. books on
the $5,000-$6,000 she's invested'
in the sport the past three years.
.' Take fore instance, an early-
season wreck. It occurred during
a yellow flag. but the force of the
multi-car pileup was enough to
total the back end, of her 1983
Monte Carlo.
She got out: of the car con-
cerned more for the 'health of her
car than her own..
,The reception from people in
the stands and the pits was some-
what overwhelming.
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but I can't tell you the number of
people who came up and asked if
I was O.K.," Trykowski said.
"The next weekend, the look
on everybody's face to see that car
come through the gate again, that.
was beautiful."


There are also the late night
conclaves at a, convenience store
in Bristol, where drivers and
teams eat pizza and ratchet down
from a night of racing by swap-
ping stories.
And of course, there is the
blood pump that comes on the
track.
"Guys are not lying when they
say it's right up there with (mak-
ing love)," Trykowski said. "It's an
adrenaline rush."


Denise Trykowski's No. 67 has become a fixture at North Florida
Motor Speedway. She is second in the,Enduro class points race.


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One could argue that the 34
year-old Trykowski, a womas
breaking that proverbial gl,
ceiling to not only compete, out
succeed, on the track with the
guys, is something of a role
model.
She downplays such notions.
"I guess I could be a role
model," she said. "The main thing
is, girls don't be afraid to follow
your dreams no matter how unre-
alistic.
"Everybody gets down,- but I
try to keep things in perspective. I
count my blessings. I may not
have a lot, but I have my health
and I'm doingwhat I want to do."

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ings only, measured in hours, not
days or weeks.
The docks, and some appro-
priate markers delineating how
close homes can be built to the
beach, should offer sufficient
access to emergency vehicles on
beaches where driving will be a
no-no.
"We are working .with the


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county on (all of) it,' Hendry said.
"We know it's controversial. ... If
the community would just be'
patient with us we will get it sort-
ed out."
There will be two public park-
ing areas on either side of Wind-
Mark with a boardwalk spanning
the entire beach.
"We are going to keep cars off
the beach," Hendry said. "We do
that to protect the beach."
There are also more subtle
touches that feed into a theme of
development with a broad and
long-term vision.
Roughly 30 acres have been
set aside, as conservation ease-
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state.
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the proper route to and from the
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Lighting will be consistent
with that used to safeguard sea
turtles.
Indigenous plants Will be
used whenever possible and the
use of sod discouraged.
"We don't want those valuable
conservation areas polluted by,
runoff from grass that has been.
fertilized" as with sod, Hendry
said.
There 'are building and mate-
rial suggestions, as well as some
specific rules, for homeowners
purchasing a WindMark lot,
which range from a quarter-acre'
along the beach to a half-acre
inland.
The model home should be
completed by October with the,
first homes popping up some time
early next year.
While 12 lots have been sold
to local folks, most buyers come,
. from Northwest Florida and south
Georgia.
Some, though,. have come
from as far away as Connecticut,
Colorado and Texas for a piece of
what many.people call the last of
Old Florida.
The trick for Arvida will be
holding on to as much of'that
character while padding the bot-
tom line for shareholders.
"We're going to get our prop-
erty rights just as any -American.
deserves," Hendry said, "but we.
aren't going to trample over, (the,
land).
"Aind a single developer,,
because of all the land they own,
is going to be more interested in
looking at the long term.
"There is a lot to be gained for
everybody in the community to
keep us under the Imicroscope)..
In other v.ords. turning a negative
into a positive.
"(WindMark is) going to be a
unique place. It's going to, be a
place you haven't seen before in,
Florida. the 'country, or the,
world."

Outreach
The -Gulf County enior
Citizens. will be conducting
Outreach on June 25 at 10 a.m.,
EST at the Howard Creek Country
Mart and in the Howard Creek
Community.
Representatives from the
Senior Citizens will be available to
give out : information about the,
many services available for people
60 and over by the Gulf County
Senior Citizens. For more infor-
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"We are looking very hard 'at
Wewahitchka Elementary
School's numbers because they
are so close," said Catherine
Barfield, the district's administra-
tor for assessment.
Put all together, county
schools can be counted among
the 56 percent of Florida's 2,515
schools to score above a C in the
state grading system, which
scores schools A-F.
"Given where we live, the kids
we have and the teachers, we
shouldn't be worried about state
averages," Kelley said. "We should
need to be setting (the bar) and we
can do it."
School grades are based on
point system focused on three pri-
mary criteria scores from the
Florida Comprehensive Assess-
ment Test, learning'. gains and
improvement in reading among
the lowest-performing: 25 percent
of students.
High achievement scores on
the FCAT is a holdover from the
computation of school grades ini
previous years.
High achievement means
scoring a 3, 4 or.5 in reading and
math, which are scored on a scale
of 1-5 with 5 the highest and 1
the lowest.
In writing, which is scored 1-
6, with 6 the highest, a score of
3.5 or above represents high
achievement.
At Wewahitchka Elementary,,
67 percent of students met high
standards in reading, 63. percent
in math and 72 percent in writ- .
ing. ,
Port St..Joe Elementary had
similar percentages of. ligh
achievers: 66 percent in reading,
65, percent in math and 68 per-
cent in writing. -
Port St Joe.high and' middle
schools stood out in writing, with
97 percent of high schoolers and
94 percent of middle schoolers
demonstrating' high achievement.
In reading at Port St. Joe
High, 43 percent of students were
high achievers. ,:
But 69 percent of high school
students at Port St. Joe met high
standards in math, while at the
middle school the percentage of
high achievers was 66 percent in
reading and 62 percent in math.
At the combined Wewahitch-
ka Junior/Senior High, ,44 per-
'cent of students met high stan-
dards in reading, with 54 percent
reaching that level in math and
84 percent doing so in writUin.
"Our staff is doing a jam-up
good job," Barfield said. "We have
always performed.
"We have a lot of (teachers)
w' ho are home-grown., They haye a
lot of pride inr this community and
'the schools. This is not just a job
they come to. This is their .com-
munity."
Kelley noted the work done.
the .past six years by Sara Joe
Wooten, district administrator for
instruction, in implementing the,
Sunshine State Standards, on
which the FCAT is based, in the
district's schools. '
"It comes down to getting in
,the classroom and teaching, the,
Sunshine State'Standards," Wit-
ten said. "If you do that it hap-
pens." '
Kelley said, "Just teach and
the scores are going 'to come.


When you do that (stress the Sun-
shine State Standards) you are
back to teaching school, instead
of the dadgum test."
The new wrinkles in the state
grading this year are the points
given schools for demonstrated
learning gains and improvement
among the lowest performing stu-
dents.
With several years, of stan-
dardized testing results and the
FCAT now administered in grades
3-10, the state can track and
account for student progress
when grading a school's achieve-
ment.
It was an integral and original
component to Gov. Jeb Bush's A+
plan and one strongly supported
by educators and parents' groups.
,And against that measuring
stick county schools stood tall.
"This' is real improvement,"
Kelley said. "This is not some neb-
ulous pie-in-sky stuff."'
Three-quarters of Wewahitch-
ka. Elementary School students
made..gains in math, 62 percent
in reading.
Among low-performiing stu-
dents. 62 percent improved their
reading skills.
At Port St. Joe Elementary 58
percent of students demonstrated
gains in reading, 65 percent in
math.
Among the low-performers,
58 percent improved in reading.
The 'numbers were similarly
impressive across the county.
S'i Seventy percent of Port St.
Joe H igh School students made
gains in math, 53 percent in read-
ing.
Forty-eight percent of low-
performing students improved in
reading, .
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72 percent gained in math, 60
percent in reading and an impres-
sive 77 percent of low-performers
made forward strides in reading.
"If you want to make gains,
that's the group (the lowest quar-
tile) you have to attack with a
vengeance," said Witten.
At Wewahitchka Junior/
Senior High 73 percent of stu-
dents improved in math, 58 per-
cent in reading and 68 percent of
low-performers improved in read-
ing.
"There is always room for
improvement, that's the nature of
it," Barfield said. ."B'ut there is not
anything here to" be critical
about."
The good news for county
schools was on par with wide-
spread improvement in school
grades around the state.
Nearly 40 percent of the
state's schools improved at least
one grade level and almost 60 per-
cent scored an A or B.
On the flip side, though, the
number of failing schools sky-
rocketed from zero to 68. among
them Chapman Elementary in
Franklin County.
,Of those 68 schools, 10
received an F for the second time
in four years. .
The nearly 9.000 students at
those schools' now .have, ,three
choices: 'remain in the same
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schools, both in the Pensacola
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and flowers, a warm breeze,
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Summer marks the begin- o
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Americans. We haul out the grills,
the charcoal or the propane cylin- .
der, the juiciest steaks or chicken
breasts we can find, the long-han-
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tongs, the basting brush .
What? You don't have all the nec-
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There are some grilling tools .
that most cooks find indispens-
able. Two main tips: Buy tools
with long handles to keep from
getting burned ,as you. tend the
grill. And buy quality--you don't
want the tongs falling apart just'
as you're turning 'over those "-
chicken legs. Some basic equip-
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applying various marinades and ,
sauces (more than one may-come .
in handy); a! charcoal starter if
you: have a charcoal grill; heavy- .
duty foil for wrapping food; a meat
thermometer for any food more ,
than I inch thick; a spray bottle
to put out any errant sparks and, overnight in the refrigerator. Use
reduce flare-ups: stainless steel extra marinade to baste food on
spring-loaded tongs for turning, the grill. If your marinade con-
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.and a wire brush for cleaning the avoid blackernng the food. Oil or
grill. : butter in a marinade can cause
There are also many optional flare-ups, so baste carefully and
tools depending on the kinds of-. move meats around or close the
food y6u like to cook-for exam- grill s cover to reduce flare-ups...
Spie, hinged baskets for fish and But what are you going to
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When grilling, often the breast is
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Chicken should register 170
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Garrison Avenue in Port St. Joe.'!
Classes mill be held from 6 to 10'
Sp.m. Monday through Friday.
Graduation is scheduled lbr May
2003.
Successful completion of the
546 hour course qualifies stu-
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Sthe demand for certified' officers is
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Course requirements include
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" Hands-on skill courses are con-
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Applicants must be a U.S. cit-
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from any of the Armed Forces of
the U.S. They cannot have a con-
viction of or injunction against for
domestic violence.
A crirrunal background check
and. medical examination is
required of each applicant. Prior
to adrruttance to the program stu-
dents must take placement exam.
State funding to cover the cost of
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Pastor's Anniversary
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anniversary' Sunday. June 23 at\
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The Junior Womens
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services Wednesday through
Saturday (June 19-22) at 7:30
p.m. nightly.
SThursday's speaker will be
Pastor Rosa Garland of
Fellowship Church of Praise.
Friday's speaker will be the Rev.
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Sea Church of Apalachicola will
-speak Saturday nigHt.
The Victory Temple family
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duPont Fund
Supports Repairs,
fr Two Churches
S,,'Trustees of the Jessie Ball
duPont Fund awarded S79.411 to
-two Port St. Joe churches for
repairs and restoration projects.
The grants were among 15
awards, worth $1.2 million, made
by the trustees during the May
meeting.
The trustees' awarded.
850.000 to First Baptist Church
t'o support general repairs to the
church, and $29,411 to' New,
Bethel A.M.E. Church to' replace
the roof arid support repairs to
the sanctuary and other church
facilities. Both grants were made
as part of the Fund's Church
Repair and Restoration Program,
which supports the physical facil-
ity' needs of the more than 70
churches that are duPont eligible
institutions.
The Jessie Ball duPont Fund
makes grants to 324 eligible insti-
tutions identified by Mrs. duPont
in her will. The fund has assets of
S300 million and has awarded
8200 million m grants since 1977.


Highland View Baptist Church
"A Fellowship of God's Children Shaiino Jesus. JESUS CARES, We Care.",
382 Ling Street Port St. Joe, FL 32456 850.227.1306
E-mail: hvbaptisl@aol.com Web Sile: vww.forministry.com/32456hvbc
.If you need a ride to church call the church olficc and we'll pich you up.'


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


Wednesday Bible Study/Prayer Meeting .... 7 p.m.
Wednesday Youlh/(hildren Activities ........ 7 p m.
Wednesday Choir Practice ..... .......... 8 p.m.
PASTOR RE\ IhIHNNIE R.A' BAILEY


Family. Life Church
'Touching Lives with the Love of Jesus"
and join us in worshipp .
Hwy, 98
10:30 Sunday "Morning' Aplchicol.: P"ma
7:00 Wednesday Evening '.H,.. ...
Pastors Andrew & Cathy Rutherford Fai tife Chuch
Rhema Bible Training Center 'graduates
:Visiot our w\ebsiht at: fanihlyifechurch.netl .,,-.,;:
323 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe 229-LIFE (5433)


'\ Port of \'ictoi-y"

^ Fi;'stCi(i50.)hof e N9aza95e9v
.. L850.,2 9 -'5c 96P, 5+.P Joe,: FI or'ac:' -.L+6
(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.


HA~ tlIS o''. w,"ev-Skir f1lse
Lard in +Ile becuJ,,v of Ijl~iness.;
PsW, m .9:~2


CHURCH OF CHRIST
'" -MEETS '


Singing:.
9 a.m. Sunday


Worship: .
9:30 a.m. Sunday


Call 229-8310
WRITE FOR FIEEZ EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P., 0 Box 756 Port St.' Joe, -FL 32457
'Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


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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 Buildin
,.. .. Sundays.- Bible Study at 9 a.m.
Worship at 10 a.m. '
Casual Attire always welcome
SSmallGroup Mtgs. 6 p.m.
Come CoP ',1- '-',with'us! '','-ers' homes)
Grace Baptist Church astor Lee Cordell (850) 227-1180
www.GraceEagles.org


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


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


APALACHICOLA
NORTHERN RAILROAD
A St. Joe Company


MEXICO BEACH ANIMAL CLINIC
(850' '.48-8811
1000 Highway 98
Grooming Boarding Pet Supplies


A Taste O Love

passed the cookies out all over the
"'s '- .island."
Those smiles were shared by
the Apalachee Scouts. A sense of
community is part of Girl
Scouting. The girls. through the
Gift of Caring, have learned.'
indeed, Girl Scout cookies are
:.." .:.'":"' icons for community, spreading
S....-..-. .: everywhere a taste of love:
.' "' j Individual Girl Scouts asked cus-
.' tomers to bpjy ,an extra box of
cookies for "someone who cannot
... .. *purchase them for him/herself".
Trnn the rh-, ihei ciL dec-


Dubbed Operation Thin Mint,' nation lbr.he gilt boxes. S of
the' Girl Scout Council of the the 350 troops of the 15-county
SApalachee Bends' first Gift of counsel chose the u.S. military.
Carihg Project 'arrived in Their combined total of 925 boxes
Guantanamo Bay,, Cuba,' this 'was transported quickly through
, month. Surprise added to the .-the Amerigan Red Cross Armed
quality of the big gift. ForceTs Emergency Services.
*Army, Navy, :Air Force,. Coast' This is tlie inaugural year of
Guard. and special forces person- the local councils Gift of Caring
nel wrapped themselves around a Project in connection with the
'piece of home" when 600 pounds annual sales ofGirl Scout codk-
of Thin Mints, TreFoils- and six les. As a commumnty service pro-
other Girl Scout cookie favorites : ject. it is both educational and
were delivered to the Cuba base. charitable. All the girls can partic-
Dusty Rollins, Red Cross ipate as well .as volunteers and
Station Manager in Guantanamo parents. It provides .an opportu-
Bay Twrote that he was passing out nity for. some customers to sup-
Thin Mints at 1 a.m. the day the port Girl Scouting even if they
cookies arrived- and; "you should would not have purchased cook-
have: seen ,the smiles?.". He, ies for themselves.
described the receipt of the cook-
ies as a "very special event..noth-
ing (has) brought as many smiles Disast er
and special emotions as this..that s a '*
made everyone feel, noticed and Spiritual Care
loved. The' donation was from T
troops; of.the local Girl Scout erVices raining
Council of the Apalachee Bend. A day-long training opportu-
S"Thank you for making every- nity is being offered to-develop the
oae'sddlifeis.,here, a littlericher. 'J- capacity within the local spiritual


BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL
311 Columbus St. St. Joe Beach, FIr 32456
A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
SUNDAY: General Asembly 9-45 a.m *'Bible Study all ages 10 a m.
S, Morning Wordhip II a.m Eyening WVorship 6 pm i
WEDNESDAY:'Choir Practice 6 p m Praver Meeting & Youth Group p m.
"O ',0r"E ansd 't"e thbar the Lord s good: blcied is rhe man thanr rrircetl.r in Him."
Pie /a,'ccl pr rh: in i n l ttrit rO .in i n 1 I i1 W 'lip Gui /''lei voin
Pastor David Nichols Church 647-5026 Home 769-8725


First Pentecostal, Holiness Church
2001 Garrison Avenue Port St. Joe
'Pa stor, Bro. Marcus H:. Sturdi ant Church Office 227-1493.
S,,. nday School'i : ........' -9.45 a.m.
Siida,,,' Nliririg tVorshi ., f. 1. 11. 00 a.m .
Sw dav Ei'.en g Sr'ti;e .'. 6 p m. '
\ dne a . . ..... .,. 7:00 p.m.
"We Invite You to Come
Experience the Powier of Pentecost With Us


First United Methodist Church
of Mexico Beach
.111 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410 ,
Sunday Worship Services:
S Traditional ................. ...... .... ............. 9:00 a m ., C T
Contemporary ................ ....... ....... 11:00 a.m., CT
Open Hearts. Open minds. Open doors.
The people of Mexico Beach United Methodist Church
kev. Ted Lovelace, Pastor NURSERY PROVIDED Church/Office: 648-8820

TOKINOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE HIAI KNOWN

+' ST. JAMES'


S/ 00 2nd STREET, PORT ST. OE
8:09 and 11:00 a.m, (EST)
*' Sunday School 9:45 '
Child Care Pt-ovided for at 11:00


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Discover God's Love!
Everyone welcome
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B AP TI T *T CH RUR C H'-
1601 Long Avenue, Port St. Joe., 229-8691 /
Worship Sundays at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Bible Study Sundays at 9:45 a.m. and 6 p.m.'(for all ages)
Wednesday Children & Youth Missions at 7 p.m.
Prayer and Bible Study at 7 p.m.
Adult Praise Choir at 8 p.m.
REV. JOHN ADKINS, PASTOR


REEVES FURNITURE
& REFINISHING SHOPPE
234 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe
(850) 229-6374


SOUTHERLAND FAMILY
FUNERAL HOME
507 10th Street Port St. Joe
(850) 229-8111
care community to deploy a team
of trained spiritual care profes-
sionals to provide and coordinate
appropriate spiritual care services
for families affected by a large dis-
aster. :
This effort, coordinated by the
American Red Cross, is offered to
any individual with ministerial or
spiritual care ...training on
Thursday. July 1 1 at 6 p.m. at
Killearn United Methodist
Church, 2800 Shamrock South in
Tallahassee.
Call the Amencan Red Cross,
Disaster Services .voice, mail to
register. 850/894-6741. 24 hours,
a da ;

Sign Up For Florida
Museum's August
Paleontology Lab
Spaces are still available for
the Florida Museum of Natural
History's Pony Express Summer
Laboratory Session, to' be held
August 8-10 at the museum.
Beat the heat and join
museum paleontologists to learn
how to identify, prepare and repli-
cate fossil bones and teeth. This
session includes lectures, lab.


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

demonstrations and hands-on
learning activities presented by.
museum staff.
Cost of 8150 includes
Thursday welcome reception and
behind-the-scenes museum tour:
Friday continental breakfast, lab-
oratory sessions and evening din-.
ner reception; and Saturday-
continental breakfast and labora-
tory sessions. Registration dead- ,
line is July 15. To register or for
more information, contact Erika
Simons,; Pony Express Program
Director, 352/846-2000, ext. 255,
or esimons@fmnh.ufl.edu.
The, Florida Museum of
Natural History is Florida's state
* natural history museum and is
located near the intersection of
Southwest 34th Street and Hull
j Road on the University of Flonda
campus. Admission is free. Hours
are Monday-Saturday from 10,
a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday and
holidays from I to 5 p.m.
The museum is closed on
Thanksgiving and Chnstmas Day.
For more information, call 846- -
2000. or visit the museum home
page, wwxw.nmnh.un.edu.

If YOU See News Happening...

Call The Star at 227-1278


The Potter's House
"Where Broken Vessels Are Made New"
636 Second Street Post Office Box 63 I
Wewahilchka, FL 32465
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Sunday 3 PM .. . ... . Sunday School
k ^ b,.v..' Sunday 4 PM . . . Evangelistic Service
Wednesday 7 PM .. .. ... ..... ... Bible Study
.*" Rodney G. Leaman. Pastor
W '1- (850) 639-4588 Wewarev@aol.com
S-. Broken spirits, Hearts a Lives CAN Hae nMkndedt


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

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


tL FIRST YRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
.A 508 SLxteenth Street 2271756 '
SSiiteenth Street
Sunday Worship . 10 a.m. .
Fellowship Time .. 10:45 a.m. -
Adult School .... ... 11 a.m.
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oaunuay ocnool
*Young Children ,
, 'r *Nursery Available
Pastor RevJ. Reid Cameron Highay


71 Cecil Castn Sr. Bvd/


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102 THIRD STREET PORT ST. JOE
Brent Vickery, Pastor


Buddy Caswell
Minister of Music & Education


BenjaminlRoberts
' Minister to Students


SSunday School .. ...9:45 am
-- Worship Service .. .. 11:00 am
SDisciple Training .. ..... ... 6:00 pm
- -'.:- Evening Worship ..:.. .... 7:00 pmr
Wednesday PrayerI Metin g:'.. 6:30 pm
"THE EXCITING PLACE: TO WORSHIP" ).


"Serving the Changeless Christ...
to Change %efrts' in a Changing Gori.munity"'

FAITH BIBLE -0CIIURCH
8a11 20th Street Port St. Joe 229-707
D ; r. Bill Taylor, P 0i.or'
Sunday Sc B . ... .... .. 4. 1):00 a.m.
Sunday Morning Serice.. ............... . :00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service ..................... 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study . 7:00,,p.m.


Constitution ;and Monument '
S Port St. Joe

'FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School . . . 9:45 a.m. Methodist Youth
Morning Worship : . 1100 a.m. Fellowship ... .... .6:00 p.m.
Evening Worship ... 7:30 p.m.
(850) '227-1724 Wednesday' Choir Practice 7:30 p.m.
Rev. Jesse Evans Robert E. Downs, Jr. Diana Sealey ,.'
PASTOR Choir Director TYoth & Children's Directorj


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2002


I I Keli ant

MEOW!


-Currently available for adop-
tidn at the Humane Society are
Kelli & Cutie-3 1/2 mo. old female
kittens (pictured); Willy-black/tan-
pup 12 wks. old; Clint-tan semi-
long haired pup 12 wks. old;
Desal-yr. old rottweiler male;
Goldie-yr. old mixed breed female,
beautiful markings and short tail;
Trixie-spayed, shots, can be
adopted FREE; family of 4
.lab/hound pups; Nancy-nice 7.
mo. old jet black mixed, breed
pup; Ricky & Lucy-two nice white
pups 5 mo. old.
Greta-red med. size female,
spayed,' can be adopted FREE;
Spanky-red ticked pup about 4
1/2 mo. 'old; Suzy-nice natured
bulldog mix female; Candy-beau-
tiful female pup 4(1/2 moo. old,
white w/brown spots; Max-nice 1
1/2 yr. small dog; Leroy-5 mo. old


Gas Saving Tips
for Florida Drivers
Memorial Day weekend
kicked off the .season for driving
vacations and rising gas prices,
and Americans are expected to hit
the road in record numbers this
summer travel season.
A few pieces of advice are
offered to improve your gas
mileage, that fall into the car care
and driving habits categories.
Lighten the car's load by tak-'
ing unnecessary items from the
trunk, such as your winter sur-
vival kit. Every 200 pounds, of
weight reduces gas efficiency by
one mile per gallon. If you have to,
carn- .It of baggage. avoid using .,,
-a yroof-top container, which' will
increase the air drag If you drive
a pick-up truck, the open bed will
- 'have the same impact-so 'put a
cover on it. .
Oversized and under-inflated
tires decrease fuel efficiency.
Check vehicle and tire manufac-
turer for proper inflation.
SDon't turn on the air condi-
tioner as as a.first response to the
heat. Start your drnve off with win-
dows open tosexhaust. the hot' air
dut of the rear windows and then,
put on the A/C if needed. This will .
also enable the air conditioning to
work faster, and' more efficiently
when turned on.
Smooth out your driving style
*by avoiding "jack rabbit" starts
and sharp braking. Both ,expend
gas an canpresent a hazard for
others on the road.',
It's estimated that every mile
driven above '55. mph costs one
percent in fuel economy. So, keep-
iiag to the legal limit is both safe
and fuel-efficient. Maining a
constant speed also. maximizes
your, car's' performance. If road
conditions permit, use your cruise
control. -


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d Cutie
black/white male pup; Lemon-
creme colored long haired male;
Luke-2 yr. old black lab mix;
Elvis-10 mo. old- friendly male
orange cat; Flamingo-16 wk. old.
orange kitty.
All cats can now be seen in
new large display cage.
For more information, you'
may contact the St. Joseph Bay
Humane Society at 227-1103 or
visit the web site at www.SJB,
HumaneSociety.org.


Youth Stage
Week Begins at
the Dixie Theatre
Preparations are in full swing
as the Dixie Theatre prepares for
Youth Stage Week, Tuesday, June
25 through Saturday, June 29.
Mornings at 10 a.m., Tuesday
through Saturday, the Dixie
Theatre Company will perform a
children's play titled "The Fables
of Aesop." Young people may be
familial with Aesop's Fables from-
their readings at home or at,
school. The three fables to be per-
formed are "The .Hare and the
Tortoise," "The 'Ants and the
Grasshopper" .and "The City
Mouse and the Country. Mouse."
The price is $3.00 for everyone,
from 3 to 103. years old)
Afternoons from 2. until ,4:30 "'
p.m., those enrolled in the Youth
Stage Workshop will.be learning
about how and when theatre first
began. They will. be taught the,
skills of voice and movement on '
stage,' and will participate in
improvisations and theatre,
.games. Finally, they will be cast,
in, :rehearse and, perform for the,;
public short one' scene plays.' The ;
performance will take place :at 3
p.m. on Saturday,. June 29. It will
be followed by a small reception.,


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Apply By Phone
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Those interested in the Youth
Stage Workshop should call 'the
box office 850/653-3200 and
leave a message with name 'and
telephone number. Someone will
return your call within 36 hours.
Come and join Youth Stage
Week at the Dixie Theatre and
have a wonderful time

Special Provisions
Extend 2001 Eligibility
Special provisions extend
2001 crop year Loan "Deficiency
Payment (LDP) eligibility to pro-
ducers who produced eligible con-
tract commodities on non-
Production Flexibility Contract
(PFC) farms or lost. beneficial
interest in an eligible commodity -
produced on a non-PFC or PFC
farm. Eligible commodities are
-wheat, soybeans, corn, 'upland
cotton, oats and grain sorghum.
Producers must submit an
LDP request on or before 30 cal-
endar days after the publication .
of the regulations, the final' date
for accepting these requests will
be announced at a later date. '
Subject to certain conditions,
the amount to be paid 'will be,
determined'as of thedate the pro- '
ducer .marketed, fed, -seeded or
lost beneficial interest in their
commodities. For farm-storedi
crops produced in crop year 2001
and the producer still retains ben-
eficial interest,'the LDP rate will
be based on the date of request.
Foer information on
the LDP program,. please, contact
the Calhoun- Franklin- Gulf--
Liberty County office' at, 17413 .
NW Leonard Street. Blountstown,
FL 32424 or call 850/674-8388 or
1-800/243'-9912 ext. 6. .


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Indian Pass Raw Bar this place has
captured the, market on "unique dining".
The Indian Pass Raw Bar serves up the
area's best oysters, steamed shrimp, crab
legs and.'variety' of similar, delectable's:
The semi-self service restaurant offers
great atmosphere and charm (Not to
mention 'Great Food). This is a must while
vacationing in Paradise.,
Check us 6at of aww.ndiarpossrobar corm

8391 C-30A,
South of Port St. Joe
850-227-1670
New Summer Hours:
Tuesday Thursday: 12:00-8:00
Friday Saturday; 12:00-9:00
Beginning Sunday: 1:00-8:00 -
(Thru Labor Day)


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New Spin Put On

Cyclone Forecasting


Researchers have dramati-
cally improved the warning time
for tropical cyclone development
.in the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific
hurricane basins using satellite
data to access a combination of
the spin of the atmosphere and
wind speed data. Forecasters will
be using SeaWinds data during
the 2002 hurricane season, which
officially began June 1.
With this. new objective
method, potential tropical
cyclones can be. detected more
than 40 hours before they are tra-
ditionally classified as tropical
cyclones, giving more time for
investigation, warnings and
preparation.
'Using ,data from the
SeaWinds scatterometei- on
NASA's QuikSCAT satellite, scien-
tists have been able to 'detect the
formation of the systems that
might become tropical cyclones
prior to their being classified. as
tropical depressions by the
'National Hurmcane Center. This.


new method is based on signals
from the scatterometer ,derived
vorticity field, which highlights
.areas of rotating winds.
This early detection will help
determine those storms that war-
rant further examination by more
traditional methods and allow
investigators to study the genesis
of tropical cyclones by watching
the full development of a storm
from its very beginning.

Insurance Open
Enrollment
The Federal Long Term Care
Insurance Program open enroll-
ment period will begin July 1 and,
extend through Dec. 31 with stag-
.gered 60-day enrollments within
that time period. The Office of
Personnel Management s web
page, www.opm.gov/insure.ltc
provides much of the information
needed to understand the pro-
gram.


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PAGE 4B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2002


St. Joe Native Participates


In Operation Noble Eagle


by Cynthia R. Smith
After the attacks on
September 11, President Bush
warned the American people that
the war on terrorism would not
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of Port St. Joe High School.
IBU-17 was the first reserve
unit to be called to active duty
from San Diego. The unit
deployed to Guam for six months,
and conducted classroom instruc-
tion and a series of tactical drills.
The training included fine-tuning
their marksmanship skills in both
small arms and crew-served
weapons. They also learned range
safety and weapons maintenance.
"'I am a yeoman (administra-
tive assistant) but I was able to
work as a boat coxswain, which,
means I am responsible for -the
safety of the boat and crew," Fngle
said.
Engle and 35 other reservists
with IBU-17 were activated when'
the president declared a. national,
emergency. Dunn, their time on.
active duty, the sailors hlad many
opportunities for career and per-
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Army Sgt. Benjamin F.
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Berining. Columbus, .GA., from a
six-month deployment to Kosovo,
a Serbian province in the
Balkans. The soldier, assigned to
Sthe 1st Battalion,. 30th. Infantry,
participated in.: Operation Joint
Guardian. The operation is a
m uluinadional peacekeeping. mis-
sion that provides a safe and
secure environment for the people
of Kosovo.
Each of the returning soldiers
was 'awarded the Kosovo
Campaign Medal and the NATO
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individuals who have.participated
or served in support, of one or
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direct support of NATO operations
in the former Republic of
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1992. -.
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was to conduct patrols, along the.
Macedonian and Serbian borders,
to prevent illegal crossings and
smuggling activities into Kosovo.
They, also patrol towns and vil-
lages to observe and prevent eth-
nic violence between Kosbvar
Serbs and Albanians, and con-
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searches to seize illegalweapons
caches.
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A warm-from-the-oven home-
made fruit cobbler may evoke
more absolute appreciation than
just about any 'other dessert.
Once considered too .common to
serve to guests; cobbler has been
rediscovered for, its pure honesty
and simplicity.
Although So'uthern ,cooks
make wonderful cobblers, no
country or region can claim cob-
bler as its own. In fact, Cooking A.
to Z says grunt, slump,, buckle,
roly'-poly, flummery, pandowdy
and cobbler are all old-fashioned
regional desserts of cooked fruit
with a biscuit. dough or bread
topping of some type.
No matter where cobbler orig-
inmated, the South has perfected
this homey fruit dessert, being
blessed with an abundance of
fruits and bemes in this area
And Southern cooks have tradi-
tionally been masters at paimng
pie crust and biscuits with native
ingredients to create all kinds of
regional specialties, including
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Filling
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3/4 c. sugar
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2 T. butter or'margarine
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1 1/2 c .,self-rising flour
1 T. sugar
6 T. cold butter or margarine, cut
into pieces :, .. : '
2/3 c. heavy (whipping) cream
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I T. heavy whippingl cream
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Help For Hearing Loss Improves Lifestyle

The changes may be gradual care professionals. sound quality, comfort and signals to involve the hard of
at first. You may have difficulty Given that hearing loss is the appearance of hearing aids have hearing person more closely in
following a conversation when number one disability in America, eliminated many of the challenges the fitting process, taking their
there's noise, such as traffic, in these findings are significant. It's hard-of-hearing people used to individual needs and preferences
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the volume on your radio or tele-
vision.
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hearing loss.
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hard-of-hearing people wait an
average of 7 years before seeking
help. Concerns about looking old.
fear of appeanng less lurnctional
and lack of. knowledge about the
latest in hearing solutions are
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Gov. Jeb Bush has recently
appointed Washington: County
SJudge Allen L. Register as the
newest judge for the.14th Judicial
S; ircuit.
Register fills the vacancy cie-
ated by the retirement of Judge N.
Russell Bower. '
Judge Register has served the,
past nine-plus years as County'
Judge in Washington County.
During, ,that. time he has
served-as an acting Circuit Judge.
on numerous occasions, presiding'
,, over several matters in Gulf
County. "
S.. Before being elected as
County Judge, Register served as.
an assistant State Attorney for 13
ears,: eleven of those in
Washington and Homes counties..
SRegister and his wife, Mary
Ann, have three sons: Timothy,
who will begin law school at the
S University of Florida this fall;.
S Michael. who will begin his stud-
ies at Chipola Junior College in,
the fall; and Thomas, who will be
a junior at Chipley High School.
Judge' Register will .be
assigned to Bay'County beginning
July 1, presiding over juvenile
matters: domestic violence hear-
S rigs and mental health and sub-
. .' starice abuse matters.


9'~t


Dear Friends
Thank you for allowing me to serve as your
,State Senator.
The -Florida Legislature has: completed its
work' for the 2002 legislative'year I am
pleased to provide you with an update of
budget items that directly impact your local
area. .
This year was a very challenging and diffi-
cult legislative session. The legislature
addressed many key issues such as improv-
ing our public schools and reducing class
sizes, ensuring the health, and safety of our
youngest and oldest citizens, ensuring every
vote is counted in the upcoming election
and taking the necessary steps to improve
public safety in the wake of the 9/11 ter-
rorist attacks.
Other critical issues we passed included a
2.5% pay increase for state employees with
a $600 minimum increase effective October
1, 2002. We also reinstated the tuition fee
waiver program for state workers and uni-
versity employees that will provide workers
financial assistance to take college courses
on a space available basis.
Finally, I would like to thank all of you who
wrote letters, e-mailed and called my office
during the legislative session. Your input is
very important to my ability to serve your
interests in the Florida Legislature. Please
continue to keep me apprised. My staff and
I stand ready to answer questions and offer
you assistance.
Sincerely,
Senator Al Lawson, Jr.


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2002 PAGE 7B


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Despite their small size, thunder-
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tornadoes are also dangers asso-
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Lightning occurs with all
thunderstorms. It averages 93
deaths and 300 injuries each
year. It also causes several hun-
dred million dollars in damage to
property and forests annually.
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million.
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occur when peple are caught
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reduced by, following safety rules.
When conditions are favor-
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State Senator.


Alfred "Al" Lawson



District 3



2002 Legislative


Review



Gulf County


Appropriations


* Gulf County CourthouseI

Improvements

$100 ,000


Gaskif Park, Phase II

$150,000


* Lake Alice Park Improvements.

$95,250_ *.. ,


* Sparcity Funding

$814,678

(2.1% increase)


Keep in touch with Senator Al

Lawson (District 3).by contacting:

404 South Monroe Stieet
:210 Senate Office Building
T allahassee, Florida 32399-1100
Phone: 850-487-5004
Quincy Office: 850-921-6620
Fax: 850-487-5086
E-Mail: lawson.alfred.web@leg.state.fl.us


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request for proposal #03-1 for the

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shelter is nearby;, find a low spot.
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Florida High School/High Tech
Centers (HS/HT); a transition
program designed to motivate and
prepare; high school students
with disabilities for college, jobs
and careers in technology. Not-
for-profit 501c3 organizations,
associations and agencies that
provide Florida citizens with dis-
abilities with employment and,
education-related .services are eli-
gible to submit proposals. It is
anticipated that twpo to three
HS/HT sites throughout Florida
will be chosen to receive funding
from.The Able Trust ranging from
$20,000 to $50,000 for each pro-
ject.
HS/HT is a community-based
partnership of parents, educators.
disability agencies and employers
that helps high school students
with disabilities to prepare and
advance in post-secondary educa-
tion or vocational training.
Students with physical, sensory,
learning and other disabilities


participate in the program with
the goal of exploring their inter-'
ests in science, math, engineering
and technology. Typical HS/HT.-
activities include career and
coursework counseling, college
field trips, internships, mentoring
with professionals, corporate site
visits, and job shadowing.
Currently, fifteen HS/HT sites,
exist in Florida in Alachua,
Brevard,. Br6~Vard, Dade. Duval.
Leon, Madison, Marion,, Manatee
Orange and Sarasota counties.
The Able Trust, also known as
the Florida Governor's Alliance lor
the Employment of Citizens with -
Disabilities. is a 501c3 public-pn-
vate partnership foundation
established by the Florida
Legislature in 1990. Its rrusion is
to be the leader in providing
Floridians with disabilities fair
employment opportunities
through Iundraising grant pro-
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Gulf Coast Realty, Inc. ...


Three Offices to roSe
Mexico Beach Office
101 Sousth 33rd Street, St. Joe ay OffkiCe- Ca e Office
at Hwy. 98. 010 Hwy. C-30- 4320 Cape San Bas Road
Rentals: (850) 648-5449 (850) 227-9600 Sales (850) 227-2160
Sales: (850) 648-5683 Fax (850) 227-2115 Fax (850) 229-8783
Fax: (850) 648-4247 Toll Free: (800) 451-2349 Toll Free: (800) 600-1298
Toll Free: (800) 260-1137
WEB SITE: C21GulfCoastRealty.com -E-MAIL ADDRESS: Sales@C21GulfCoastRealty.com
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4BR/2BA Monufactured home --diated
' or. 4 I 2 acre; beauiiul l-on'dscoping
and a large 'w.orks.hop w;lh kitchen and
bathroom. Ig boat shed with extra stor-
age Master suite has bonus room. which
could be a sling area or computer room.
Much to amenities to mention Call Susie
White 227-4046 or 800-451-2349.
$120,000. MLS#91741.


114 Wood Park Dr. 2002 total electric.
16x80 zone 3, Oakwood mobile home-
Sploi floor plan, 3BR '2BA home sits on 3 I
acres Home has several custom up-grades.
and all major appliances convey with sare
Call Patricia Raap @ 800.260.1137.
MLS#92686 $75,000


111 E & F 1st St., Mexico Beach. -
Duplex on corner lot One of a kind!
2BR/1BA upstairs with 2 decks for gulf
view 2BR/ I BA downstairs with gulf view
deck 5249,000. MLS#92354.


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Cape San Bias Westwind 3BR/3BA
home with a gulf view This home is being
sold as furnished and is in excellent condi-
tion Boardwalk to the beach and deeded
access to the bay MLS#92581.
$339,500.


171 N. Duck Avenue -.Howard
3BR/2BA MLS#90237, $87;500.


210 Gulfaire Drive, St. Joe Beach Very
cute 3BR.'2BA gulf view home custom
built, beautifully maintained, great front
screened deck, pool, tennis & private
beach MLS#92205, $275,000 Brenda
Miller.


A cute 2BR.'1 BA home '.iAh .over I 026
sq ft of living area Eat in kitchen sepa-
role dining room. CHr'A nrew double
panel w,ndowv., and hardwood floo?,s
This is a greal neighborhood for a farrilyl
$89,900 MLS#92261. Call Harriet
Landry at 229-1641.


S GULF FRONT HOME Cape Son Bias,
Beautiful 3 BR/3 BA, furnished home with
Gorgeous views of Gulf and St. Joseph
Creek Bay. Over 100 feel of gulf frontage
ONLY $599,000. MLS#90525


Mexico Beach 502 Hwy 98 2BR/IBA
'Old Florida' .cologe wilh dedicated gulf
view' Lot is 50x150 Th,4 cottage has plenty
of character and charm Enjoy the sunset
overlooking the Gulf of Mexico $350,000.
MLS#91023. Call Susie White @227-9600.


LOT LISTINGS e LOT LISTINGS LOT LISTINGS LOT LISTINGS


PORT ST. JOE
Windmark' Beach Interior Lot $299,900.
MLS#92871.
Windmark Beach First Tier Lot $335,000.
MLS#92874
Cleared lots starting at $22,900. City water and
sewer available, Call Carol Bell at 850-227-
4252.
Port St. Joe Lots on .Marvin Avenue.$14,000
each. MLS#90463
Commercial lots on Hwy. 71 beside Wewa State
Bank, $70,000.
NORTH GULF COUNTY ACREAGE
Rural acreage parcels from 25 acres and up.
Price ranges from $75,000-$571,29,0..
WEWAHITCHKA
HOWARD CREEK Louise Ave. 2 lots, 300ft. road
frontage.(.75 acres) close to' boat..launch. Call
Patricia Raap. MLS # 92599 $35,000
4 lots 400'x150'. Call Susie White. $24,500.
MLS#8144. '
MLS#4486, Dogwood,Ave., $14,900.
OVERSTREET:
Corner of County Road 386 and South Long Rd. -
Corner of County Road 386 and South Long Rd. -
Overstreet 16 half-acre lois are no-, available
Only 5 miles to the beach' Geat lor year-round
living, get-away, invesimenl. Possible owner
financing. $25,000 each..MLS#92905. 4 lots to
sell are reduced to $20,000. each.
Overstreet Area- 4.7 acres on Sunshine Road
priced to sell, interior parcel close to intracoastal.
MLS#9581. $60,000. Patricia Raap
Buddy Floore Rd. Water access 12.79 acres,
MLS #91916, $69,905, call Patricia Raap at
648.5683.


Interior, MLS#8036, Quarter Horse Lane,
S$15,000, Brenda Miller.
Buddy Floore Rd. Wooded Parcel 8.14 acres,
MLS #91915, $36,630, call Patricia Raap at 648-
5683
Intracoastal Waterway, MLS#9261, Overstreet,
Roberts Landing Rd., 35.9 acres, $159,000,
Patricia Raap. .
Interior, MLS#6624, Wewahitchka, Wetappo
Drive, $11,800, Patricia Raap.
Interior. MTS#6157, 6154, 6156, 6060; 6155,
Lot 5, 2, 4, 1, 3, Long Street, $12,900 each.
CAPE SAN BLAS
Cape San Bias Beautiful gulf front parcel thpt
.could be used for an estate'home site or could be
divided .for an ,:-investment' opportunity.
MLS#91893. $775,000.
Marnie Island Reserve- Marnie's Island offering 8
pr,,ate and secluded lots on upland island on the
Si Joseph Bay Prwvae commun.ly v.,th 2 way
bridge and securilv gaore Beauhful Western lacing
vews in a secluded pristine area MLS#90969.
Staring at $199.900. Call Kim Harrison 850-
227-3745. .
Gulf View, MLS# 92186, Seahorse Lane $134,400
Gulf View, MLS# 92187, Seahorse Lane $119,900
Gulf View, MLS# 92189, Sea Dunes Dr. $129,900
Gulf & Bay View, MLS# 92188, Sea Dunes Dr.
$119,900
Bay Front 490' on 5+ acres with Cabin & dock,
Subdivision possible. S 1,150,000. SOLD
Cape San.Blas-Bayfront lot- MLS#90743.$109,500.
Cape San Bias gulf view lot at South Beach -
, MLS#91560 $189,900.
"1st Tier Bay View Lot $73,500, MLS #6456,
Contact Diane Peevy. ..
TBA-Westwind Driv6OtD00. MLS#91207


Treasure Bay Lot 7, CSB Rooad 549,900. MLS"91009
Cape San Bias 100'x427' bay lot. $169,900.
Call Carol Bell
Cape San Bias 100'x427' bay lot. Call Susie
White $169,900.
Bay View lots On C-30 with great view of bay.
$45,000 each. Contact Diane Peevy.
Cape San Bias $29,500 MLS#2596
Secluded Dunes, Lot 5, The Bluffs. $159,900 -
MLS#9255
100 Secluded Dunes Dr. $249,900 MLS#5330
Interior Lot, MLS#5327, Cape San BIas Rd.,
$89,900.
Interior, MLS#6528, Secluded Dunes Drive,
$154,900. -
Interior Lot, MLS#6956, Cape San Blas Rd.,
$200,000 Susie White.
TBA Westwind Dr. $119,900 MLS#9621
C-30, GuUNDE N MA50o .0
Interior Lot, MLS#5332, Secluded Dunes Drive, $134,900.
INDIAN LAGOON
MLS#2599, Hwy C-30, $69,900.
BEACHES
107 Ponce De Leon St. St. Joe Beach In first
block of beach 2nd lot from dedicated beach.
Beautifully landscaped has underground electric
run. 46' wide for 73' then 50' for 52' 125' total
depth. SUPER LOCATION AND PRICES $100,000.
MLS#93072,
Lot 13, Block A, Port. St. Joe Beach Unit 3, Sea
Shores 80x140 approx. $55,000.
St. Joe Beach-180' on Hwy 98x440' on Court
and 370'x125' on Americus. Great opportunity
for commercial or/and residential. $975,000.
MLS#9331 Call Ellen Allemore.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2002


Joe Bearden
On the Sabbath Day, Joe
B ;arden went home to be with his
Fathers. He was born and raised
in Port.St Joe. He worked 19 years
for the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County.
He was the "Boss-Man" of Public
Works, a fireman in Search and
Rescue, and an all around worker,
for Gulf County.
Mr. Bearden was a good hus-
band, son, brother, Popa, and
uncle. He loved to hunt and fish
and he loved the Lord. He will-be '
in our hearts forever., .
His survivors include his wife,
Dusty Bearden, Mama Mary: Lou,
Bearden,' sister Delbris and hus-
band Rob. brother David Bearden'
and wife Faith, niece: Rebekah
Bearden and daughter, Lee. He is
also survived by grandchildren
AmberLynn, SymmerLynn, Chazz
Allen "his Little Man" and Joane;
mother-in-law Jean Armstrong;
father-in-law Chuck DiFatta,' Sr;
four brothers-in-law Chuck
DiFatta, Jr., John DiFatta,
Richard Armstrong, and Thomas
Vickers; two sisters-in-law Bonnie
Vickers .and Marie Armstrong:
nephews, John-John. Michael.
Chad and Trey DiFatta, and
Richard and Michael Armstrong.
Memorial services were con-
ducted Tuesday, June 18, at ,4
p.m. EST at' the Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church with the
Rev. David Fernandez and the
Rev. Tim Bailey officiating.

Cecile Whitfield
Cecile (June) Whitfield, 85, of
* Wewahitchka, passed .away
Wednesday, June 12, at her
home. She was a lifelong resident
of Wewahitchka, a very active
member of the Glad Tidings
Assembly of God Church,- and for
35 years she served as an officer
for the Glad Tidings Assembly of
God Women's Ministries. She was
preceded in death by a son, John
Milton Whitfield, Jr.., and a
daughter, Patricia Whitfield.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 68 years, John Milton
Whitfield of Wewahitchka; her
children. Betty Jo Beebe of
Panama City: Luella King and her
husband Buddy of Wewahitchka:
and Willie A. W\hitfield and his
wife Robin of Bonifay; 15 grand-
children; 29 great-grandchildren;.
one great- great-grandchild; a
faithful and lovig friend. Gail-
Nunnery: and a daughter-in-law
Man' Lou Whitfield.
Funeral services were held at
10 a.m. CT Saturday. June 15, at
the Glad Tidings Assembly of God
Church in Wewahitchka with the
Rev. Claude McGill officiating.
Interment followed in Jehu
Cemetery. The ladies of the Glad
Tidings Assembly of God Women's
Ministries as honorary
pallbearers.


Funds
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grams, public awareness and
education.
The'Able Trust is.celebrating
its 10-year anniversary in 2002.
marking a milestone achievement
in grant making. In just 10 years.
The Able Trust has awarded over
$10 million to. individuals with
disabilities and nonprofit agencies
throughout Florida for employ-
ment-related purposes. Its pro-
.grams enable approximately
2,000 Florida citizens with dis-t
abilities to enter the workforce
each year. -... ; .
The deadline to submit pro-
posals is Moniday, July 15; at 5
p.m. For a complete copy of RPF
#03-1, visit The Able Trust web-.
site at www.abletrust.org or call
toll-free 888-838-2253 Voice/ .
TDD. ... .

Cancer and
Immune System
Lecture at GCCC
Gulf Coast Community
College in conjunction with
Mount of Olives and, Olive Leaves
will present a free lecture con-
Scerning a natural approach to
cancer on June 20 from 7 p.m. to
9 p.m. in the Amelia Center
Theatre on campus.
The speaker, Dr. Michael T.


Murray, is a leading authority on
natural medicine. He is a gradu-
ate and faculty member of Bastyr
University in Seattle, Washington,
where he also serves on the Board
of Trustees. An accomplished
writer, educator and lecturer, Dr.
Murray is the author of over
twenty books, including co-
author of the. Encyclopedia of
Natural Medicine.
The lecture, will provide the
latest information on dietary and
supplement strategies, as well as
cntical guidance on nutritional
support for cancer patients.
.For more., information; call
Sherrie Whitley at 872-3819.


Green
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practices such as open sp
preservation and water
amenities combined with
and building material a
are making today's cormn
and residences greener th
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RATES: Line ads: $3.50 for first 20 words, $2.00 for each
additional week, plus .5(L for each additional word per week..
Call 227-1278 to place yours.
DEADLINE: TUESDAY AT 11:00 A.M. SHARP


Auction, Sat., 7:00 EST, 479, Hwy. 98,
Eastpoint. Antiques & Collectables.
850-670-5689. AU1397, AB1498.
ltc6/20

ESTATE AUCTION!
Two Estates Fri., June 21st at 7 P.M.
EDT. Port Theatre, 314 Reid Ave. Port
St. Joe. Wade Clark Auctions, 850-229-
9282, 10% Buyer's Prem, AB1239,
AU1737, AU1743. ltc6/20
Tavern Equipment For Sale, Pine Pub
Tables, Chairs? Cooler, Signs, Keg
Refrig, More. CALL WADE CLARK 229-
9282. 1tc6/20
AUCTION every Fri. 7 p.m. ET in
ANTIQUE MALL at Old Port Thektre.
Consignments Welcome!
We Buy Estates! .
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314 Reid Avenue, PSJ, 229-9282
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1991 Chevy Silverado. reg. cab, long
bed truck, 85,000 miles, bed liner, dia-
mond plate toolbox and bed caps, fiber-
glass running boards, .chrome grill,
guard. 350 engine. Great Condition,
$6,800 OBO. 15 ft. Barcone center
console boat, Eagle fish',' finder,
Minnkota trolling motor, ship to. shore
radio, 50 hp Johnson engine, drive on
trailer, $1,950 OBO. 1993 FPontiac-
Grand AM, ,auto, p.s., $3,200 or make
offer.'Call 647-9397 or 647-2844.
2tp6/20

1989 Dodge Ram Pickup. SWB. AT. AC.
V8. Low Miles. Excellent Condition.
$3450. 960-4464. ltc6/20
1996 Toyota Tacoma. Excellent
Condition, S6. 100. Call 227-5952.2tc6/20

1993 Toyota Camry LE. 4 door.AT, AC.:
Leather. Low nules New Condition One
Owner. Must See. S6850. 960-4464.
: : ltc6/20

1970 Voltswagon. Good Condition.
runs. Call 229-8079. 1tc6/20

1998 Plymouth Breeze. 4 door. AT, AC,
one owner. Low miles. New Condition.
$5450. 960-4464. ltc6/20
1. 982 Datsun pickup. lang cab 124.000
rrmiles. Rusty. ugly, runs good. S.95.
Call 229-6047. 907 10th.Su-.et. 'p-" :o-
1992 Chrysler LeBaron. 4 door. AT, AC,
V6. 'Loaded! Excellent : condition -
Dependable cold air. $2250. 960-4464."
S- ltc6/20

1985 Bronco 11. 4x4. \-6. AT Tilt. C.C.
Will trade for pickup ol equal value. Call,
227-7415. 2tp67/20
1991 Dodge Caravap. AT, AC, V6. Runs
and dnves great Dependable. 81250
960-4464. 1 tc6/20C
2001 Nissan Pathfinder LE. pewter.
Sbeige leather, -'13k miles. sunroof,
loaded,, immaculate condition, asking.
$26,000. Call 227-1159 or 229-8688
after 5:00 p.m. 2tc6/20
1995 Mustang'Conirertible. AT, AC,.V6.
White with black top New condition.
Must See! $5950. 960-4464. ltc6/20
1988 Chevrolet Conversion Van, auto-
matic transmission, good tires, $2,000
asking pnce. anyone interested is asked
to call 229- 466. _ltc6/20
2001 Jeep Wrangler Accessones: Tan,
unused Bimi-u top and wind screen,
$160: Tonneau cover, $100; soft top
boot, $175; storage bag, $75. Call 648-
6628. 2tp6/13
S 986 Fi50 long bed pickup, $1,000.
Call 648-5476. fc6/6


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1993. Dodge Caravan. AT, AC, V6.
Excellent condition. Must See. $2500.
960-4464. ltc6/20
1995 Jeep Wrangler, 4 cyl., 5 speed,
recent soft top, 70K miles, $8,800. Call
229-1215. 2tp6/13
1989 Chevy pickup runs good, $2,500
firm. Call 647-2620 after 6:00 pm. te/ia
1998 Ford F150 XLT Extended Cab. V8,
AT, AC. Loaded. Excellent condition.
Must Seel $9600. 960-4464. ltc6/20
1995 Ford Contour. 4 door. AT, AC, V6.
One owner. Excellent condition. $3450.'
960-4464. ltc6/20
1995 Mustang. 5 speed AC Loaded!
Cassette & CD. New condiuon. 85600.
960-4464. ltc6/20
1993 Suburban, great shape, dual air,
garage kept., $6.800. Call 229-8667,
Home or 227-5400 Cell. tfc6/6







Best Offer. 16' heavy galvaruzed alu-
minum Quachita boat, 50 hp. Evnr-rude
motor, motor guide. bow-mount trolling
motor. Call 827-2884 day or'mnht......
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trailer, 2 vest. wet sui iExcellent condi-
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Ofe: 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.
Call 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
Wall to wall carpeting
S* Ori-site Management
Voice/TTY Access
(352) 472-3952. ....


GINA THE CLOWN IS BACK IN TOWN.
Magic, Face Painting & Balloons. Party
Planning. Fun & Games. Call 227-6617.
8tp6/6







Roommate to share 2 bedroom, 1 bath
trailer. St. Joe Beach. Must like fresh
air & music, neat, clean. Male/Female
$275/$150 Call Brad at 647-9107. 216/20
Townhouse in Gulfaire 1 bedroom, 1
bath plus loft, all appliances including
washer, drNer. Pool & terni-us court avail-
able July 15. S575. Call 648-8007.....-:,.,
Facing the Gull with roof deck on U.S.
Hwy. 98 & Pine Street on St Joe Beach.
Brick house, unfurrushed with central
air and, heat, large living room, 3 bed-
room, 1 1/2 bath, dinjng room, kitchen,,
carport, laundry room. No Pet!al $675,
call 647-6216 or owner at 1-850-385-
2620. 2tc6/20
3 bedroom. 2 bath central air and heat.
lots of storage buildings Located at
1305 Woodward Ave Port St. Joe. SSOC
a month. Call 850-670-14.30 tfc6'20
Furrushed Beach Condo. Long term, 2
bedroom n 1 1/2 bath all new inside.
-Great Gulf View. S600 month plus uul-
iues. Call 647-2570. 2tp6/20

Stein Hatchee Scallop Season Rental, 3
bedroom, 2 bath house on river with 40
ft. dock, ac, sleeps 8, furnished. Call
352-49.1-7376 or e-mail:
m. toehunng 'Snier.net 2tp6/20.

Beach Apartment for rent, furnished,'
cabir hook up, 1 bedroom, 1 bath Call
229-7750 .)ltc6/20


ATTENTION SNOWBIRDS PORT ST.
4JOE 2 BEDROOM,, 2 BATH, $500
MONTH PLUS UTILITIES, AVAILABLE
OCT -FEB., FULLY FURNISHED, CEN-
TRAL HEAT & AIR. WALK TO EVERY-
THING. 256-239-4843 AFTER 9:00 PM
CENTRAL OR ANYTIME WEEKENDS.
; tp6/20,

Retall/Office Space for rent, 200 Reid-
Ave. Call 227-9414. '. f6/13

Building for rent 2431 Oak Grove Ave
Call 229-6580. 2tp6/20
2 & -3 BR, long-term rental units. Call
Crystal Sands.Realty 648-4400. tfc6/6
Furrii-riqd and Unfurnished Rentals,
St Joe Beach. Mexico.Beach .and ,Gulf
Shares. (Beachfront, Gtlfview and
Interior) Several Short and Long Tei m
from $400 to 1,400 per month. Arline
Realty, Inc. 850-647-2628 tfce6/6
-Efficiency-type apartment in P.S.J.,
furnished, !all utilities inc. Weekly,
Monthly rates. Call 639-3600 or 229-
2941. tfc6/6
UNFURNISHED
Large 2 bdrm. house. stove & refrig.
cen. h&a screen porch carport & laun-
dry rm.
Large 2 bedroom aparunent. stove ,&
relng,. washer/dryer hook-up. '
New- extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house 1. 1/2
ba.. inside laundry rm.. ch&a, dish-
washer & stove. fully carpeted. No pets.
FURNISHED
Small 2 bdrm home, auto heat & .air,
w3aslher'drv.-r hook-up. .. .,
One bedrooi'i apirtmrerit. %.a sh'er.' drier
h.:.:.kup -3all 229-677,7 alter 7 PM; tfc6/6
Apart./. Homes for Rent: 1 3 BR
apart/duplexes/homes for rent in Mex..
Bch. Fumn'. & unfurnished. Call Parker
Realty at .50-648-5777 for more rido
.; ,* -' t^tf, ,,' 6-

Large '3 bedroom. 2 bath towiihouse,,
nrifurnished, washer/dryer hook-up.
S'00 per mni.nth, $300 security deposit.
N. 36th Street. Mexico Beach. Call Gulf
Coast. Vacauorn Rentals at 648-5449. ,
... f 6/6


Rental Management I
Seeking property owners with. units
available for long term rentals.- Our fees
are 'reasonable, and we have a heavy
demand fbr long term rentals. Arline
Realty, Ihc. 850-647-2628. i-f,:.'6







King Size Water Bed, head board, chest
of drawers, night stand. All solid wood-,
$300. Call 229-5142. ltp6/26

Lighted china hutch 'with glass doors,
white, $300; :matching 6 ft. -oval"
pedestal'table with 6 chairs, $500 for
both; microwave cart, $25; Caslo, full
size key board with stand, $125. Call
229-2702. tfc6/13

For Sale: Wicker day bed with trundle &
new top-of- lie mattresses, $700;
Country kitchen table & 4 chairs, $125;
Portable propane BBQ: grill, $50; new
Char-Broil Smoker, $25; Microwave,
$30. Manuals/receipts on 'all items, all
immaculate. Call 648-3089. 2tp6/ 13
Gas Stove, brand new, used, once, $285
. OBO. Call 229-9333 day, 899-3312
evenings. tfc6/6.
Used furniture for sale. Johnnie's
Trim Shop, 310 4th St., PSJ tfc6/6

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


2 Family Yard Sale, 904 Garrison Ave.,
Sat., June 22, 8:00-12:00. Furniture,
clothes, knick-knacks. NO EARLY
SALES! Rain or Shine. itc6/20
Yard, Sale, 8207 Pelican Walk Lane,
Sat., June 22, 7:00 till. Weed eater, var-
ious tools, school supplies, collectables.
ltc6/20

4 Family Yard Sale, 204 Tennessee
drive, Mexico Beach, Fri. & Sat., June
21 & 22. Depression glass, antique boat
motor, lots of clothes all sizes, books, all
kinds of. good things. NO EARLY
SALES! ltc6/20.
Garage Sale, Hwy. 98 &. 41st Street,
Mexico Beach,': Sat., June. 22, 8:00-
12.00. Furniture. household goods.
computer and restaurant stuff. 648-
4979. Itp6.'20



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C.R. Smith & Son needs truck dri-
ver/operators. Applicants .must have' a
valid CDL license. Apply at C.R Srrmith
& Son. .3055 Hwv. 96. Port St. Joe. Call
550-229-6018. C'63/20 "
Air Conditioner Repair Man. Call.
Camn Gaddis, 648-5474. f. ,6/20
AC Duct Installers needed.
, Expenenced or will train nghi person.
Call.229-9125. 2tc6/20
POSITION VACANCY WITH THE GULF
COUNTY SCHOOLS 2001-2002 3
Teachers Science. History, Math
(School is seeking a head baseball
coach from one of the applicants) -
Wewahltchlka Jr. Sr. High School,
Deadline: July 2. 2002, 12:00 NOON
. D.T Contact: rerry Linton,
Pnncipal. Wewahltchka Jr. St., High
School. 754 E. River Road,
Wewahiteihka, FL 32456, (850) 639-
8228, Job Description: A copy of the
advertised job description is available '
from the school office or the- district
office building located 'at 150 Middle
School Road in Port St. Joe;
Qualifications: Applicable Florida
Teaching Certification or able to obtain
a certificate. Successful applicant must
- pay' a S52 fingerprint analysis fee.
Salary: Will be determined b% salary
schedule. GULF COUNTY SCHOOLS IS
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOY-
ER. "" lItc6/20


POSITION VACANCY WITH THE GULF
COUNTY SCHOOLS 2001-2002 ESE
Transition Specialist/Parent Liaison
10 Months + one. County. Deadline:
June 25,'-2002 12.00 NOON E.D.T..
Contact: Ms. Deborah Crosby,
Coordinator. Gulf .County School, 150
Middle School Road, Port St. Joe, FL
32456. Job Descriptiqn: A 'copy of the
advertised '-job description .is available
from the district office budding located
at 150 Middle School Road in Port St.
Joe. Qualifications: (1), Bachelor's
. degree from an accredited educational
institution (2) Certified by The State of
Florida. in any area of exceptional stu-
dent education (Preferred). Transfers
-will be considered first. Successful
applicant must pay a S52 fingerprint
analysis fee. Salary: Wdill be determined
by adopted salary schedule GULF'
COUNTY SCHOOLS IS AN .EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. ltc6/20
The City of Mexico Beach is now
accepting applications for Sewer
Utility Service Worker 1. Interested
parties may pick up an application at
City Hall,' 118 N. 14th Street, Mexico
Beach, FL between the hours of 8:00
AM and 4:30 PM CST. All applications
.must be received by 4:30 PM on June
28, 2002. The City of Me.xco Beach is
an Equal Opportunity Employer. 2tc6/20
Domestic Help Must be able to work
Sat. & Sun. Top pay. Apply in person at
Buena Vista Motel, 903 Hwy. 98, .
Mexaco Beach. Across from Gulf Foods..
S2tc6/13

Now hiring Full-time and Part-time
Cleaning Inspectors for the Cape San
Bias Office. Apply at the Anchor
acatcaon Properties Mexico Beach or
Cape Sari Blas Office. 3tc6/6

DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED!!!
Earn .30.000 to $38,000 your first
year' Earn your ClassA CDLin 15 days
Classes start each Mondayl No experi-
ence needed! No High School Diploma
or GED required! .
18 years-or older, we have long haul as
well as local jobs available*
99% placement rate Locally owned
and operated! 'Training at our Panama
city location. Affordable low tuition rate.
Financing regardless to past: credit.
Refresher courses and Class B testing
available. Call the American Academy of
Truck Driving at 522-6061. 4tc6/6
ATTENTION! DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED! Make big ,bucks driving big
trucks! No experience needed. Earn
8600 to $800 weekly as ari entry-level
truck driver with Stevens Transport. 15
day CDL Training available with no
money down-if qualified. Call toll free- 1-
877-241-3624. 4tc6/6
Bus Drivers Needed .Beginning
Monday, July 8, Gulf County Schools
will be offering a 40 hour school bus
training course for-those interested in
part time or full time employment. Part
time employment consists of being a
substitute bus driver during the school
year. Possible full time positions, as a
regular route driver may be available
beginning the fall of the 2002-2003
school year. Only those people who are
licensed by the Gulf County School
System will be considered for these
positions. If interested please call the
transportation office at 2227-1744.
6tc5/30


Position vacancy with. the Gulf
County Schools, 2001-2002.
Supervisor For Yard Work Detail (1
day a week-Saturday). Application
Deadline: June 27, 2002, 12:00 NOON
E.D.T. Contact Person:. Mr. Buddy.
Floore, Coordinator Gulf County School
Board, 150 Middle School Road, Port St.
Joe, FL 32456. 850-229-8369. Job
Description: A copy of the advertised
job description and an application form
are available from the school office- or
"the District Office Building located at
150 Middle School Road in Port St. Joe.
Qualifications: DOC certified to work
inmates; successful applicant must pay
a $42 fingerprint analysis fee. Salary
- Range: Board ,approved hourly pay
rate. GULF COUNTY SCHOOLS IS AN
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
2tc6 13


Position vacancy with the Gulf'
County Schools. 2001-2002. Student
Records Clerk, Port St. Joe
Elementary School. Application
Deadline: June 27. 2002. 12:00 NOON
E D.T. Contact Person: Mr. Tim Wilder.
Port St. Joe Elementary School. 2001
Long Ave.. Port St Joe. FL 32456., 850-
227-1221. Job Description: A copy of
the advertised job description and an
applicauon form are available from the
school office or the District Oflice
Building located at 150 Middle School
Road in Port St. Joe. Applicauon iform is
available at www.gulf.k. 12.fl.us or
http.//prod.schoolcruiser.com / gcsb. '
Qualifications: Applicant must be- a
high school graduate or have an equiv-
alent degree: a finger print analysis at
employee cost (S421 will be required if
riot already vented. post secondary
training preferred but not- required.
computer skills, other qualifications on
job description. Salary Range: Salary
will be determined by salan: schedule..
GULF COUNTY SCHOOLS IS AN
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
S' 2tc6/13

All survey personnel positions, salary
depending on. experience. .950-227-
7322, 406 Reid Ave., Port St. Jqe. te/6

Toucan's now hiring all positions.
Full & Part time. Call S50-648-4301
for interview. Ask for Paul. [ 6'c6,6-

Seeking Equipment Operators &
Truck Drivers.. Applicants must have
valid FL drivers license. Apply at C.W.
Roberts Contracting, Inc., PO Box 188,
Hosford. FL 323,34. 850-379-8116. ,tr6/6


Openings(s) available in Kitchen.
Restaurant, and Lounge. Paid
Holdays and vacauons. Rotating week-
ends. Average 35 hours a week. Must be
at" 'east 18 'years. Cooking duties
include, daly lurchries. special .lun-
c he'hr.-- 'and occasional dinners.
Waitress includes bartending. Openings
are daytime hours with occasional
evening functions. Please submit appli-
cations or resurte to St. Joseph's Ba\3
Countr- Club, 700 Country Club Road
:Between 10:00 arri & 5:00 pm. EOE.

Pest Control Technician needed.
Experienced help-ul, but will Lrain nglit
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 ani Lfcr/6






KREADTFOR:
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We are now under


ADMINISTRATION

Come check us out!

Bay St. Joseph
Care Center


Now taking applications
for the'following positions:
*ADON
C.N.A 'S inSn on Bonus $250)
L.P.N.'S
.* L.N'S ,-
Restorative Nurse
t Unit Managers
Charge Nurses
Certified Dietary
Manager
Cooks & Dietary Aids
S* Housekeeping
S Laundry
FULL, PART-TIME
& PRN AVAILABLE

WE OFFER:
On site C.N.A: Classes

Competitive Wages
Excellent Benefits
Shift Differential
Uniiform Allowance

220 Ninth Street

Port St. Joe, FL
&-/,3 EOE EMPLOYER


2 Cashiers 1 full time, 1 part time.
Call Tnammy at Cape Trading Post at
229-8775. tfc6/6
Cook position available at St.
Joseph's Bay Country Club. Normal
working hours. 8:15 am-3:15pm.
Occasional evenings. Rotating week-
ends. Can-work 5 or 6 days a.week. Pay
negotiable. EOE. Apply at 700 Country
Club Road. t, fc6/6






Lost:'brown, gold frame glasses around
4th Sireet & Woodward Ave. Please call
648-5807 REWARD. ltc6/20
Found: Black Lab Puppy with orange
collar, approx 2,3 months old. Found
May 2.3. 2002 at Coastal Fitness,
Garrison Ave. Please call 229-7063.
S. 2tc6/13







Gulf -Coast Community College
Adjunct Nursing Faculty Fall semes-,
ter position open at our Port St. Joe
campus. Provide classroom & clinical
instruction in a Long Term Care facility
for students preparing to become
Certified Nursing Assistants. AS degree
in nursing wuh tv.co years recent clinical
experience and current Florida RN
license required.. Apply at: Human
Resources, Admin.. Annex, Room 104,
* 5230 W. Highway 98, Panama City, FL.'
.GCCC is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. Minorities and lenmales
strongly encouraged to apply. Job line
850-873-3540. website. www.gulfcoast
edu. ltc6/20
Marquis Home Health 'now accepting
applications for Apalachicola Office
for a Full-Time DON and Full-Time
RN Case Manager. Marquis Home
Health is an Equal Opportunitv
Employer and a drug free workplace.
Contact Nancy Howze for further infor-
mauon at 229-6566. 2tc6/20







31' Dutcltrien Travel Trailer. douJble
slide.ou,t queen & bunk bedro'nms, 1'
year. old. May be seen at Lot 27, Rustic
Sands Camp Ground, Mexico Beach,-
$18,000, Call 229-377-7007 .for
appointment to see. 3tc6/20
The Great Tide, Rubylea Hall,, 1947,
first edition with book jacket, not a
repnnt. 890! The Wrath and The Wind,
1949, uwi book jacket, the "other" ol1d
St. Joseph novel by Alexander Key, $60.
Call 647-8245. .:. ltc6/20


SMALL ENGINE REPAIR '
Jobie Barnfeld 639-3600. tfc6/6
Free Non-Denominational' Eight
Lesson Bible Correspondence Course.
Learn how to become a Chnsntn & no-
thing else! Send your name & address
to: Bible Study, PO Box 929,
Wewalitchka, FL 32465 or E-mail your
request to \Wewachurch,-outdrs net. so


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'lyndall Members approved at 95% rate.
Zone III homes for Gulf & Franklin
Counties. Can qualify 'for Zero Down.'
Call Brad at 1-866-732-7607. 4tc6/20


Free to good home, cute as can be 8
week old puppy. Call 227-9626.. Itc6/20
Free to a good home, black & white
bulldog, ears & tail clipped, 1 1/2 years
old. Call 229-8622 ask for Irene. *
2tc6/20

Free to good home with fenced yard.
Black Lab Puppy 2-3 months old. Please
call 229-7063. Would be great with
children. '2tc6/13







For Sale By Owner, 2 bedroom, 2 bath
home in White City, 7245 Hwy. 71.
Large living area, large kitchen/dining
are with bar, on large lot with storage
building, utility'room, 24' above ground
pool. Partially fenced -front and back.
Call 827-2552 after 5:30 P.M. Asking
$80,000. tfc6/20
For Sale, 2 trailers 14x70, 14x60 and
9 lots. Trailers neat condition.
Financing available, 827-2884 day or
night. Itc6/20
House For Sale Close to school,
approx 2000 .sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
large den with fireplace, kitchen and
dining area, large living room and utili-
ty room. Beautiful 9 ft. x 9 ft. hot tub,
seats 7, 18x14 inground pool with deck
and privacy fence, $154,000. Call 229-
1591. 2tc6/13


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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2002


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RATES: Line ads: $3.50 for first 20 words. $2.00 for each
additional week, plus .5t for each additional word per week.
Call 227-1278 to place yours.
DEADLINE: TUESDAY AT 11:00 A.M. SHARP
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9129 Tulip, Beacon Hill, 1 or 2 devel-
oped lots. Great Location, ready for
home or mobile home. 50x105 each,
$27,500. Call 1-228-467-1746.3tp6/20
Water Front 200' Intercoastal, Mexico
Beach area 2 bedroom home, pier,
workshop, $179,000. Vacant lot with
power, $120,000. Anchor Realty, Joy
Holder, 1-800-458-7478. 4tc6/20

( DEADLINE:
TUESDAY AT
11:00 A.M. SHARP


4.47 acres of land in Stone Mill Creek
on Astro Ct. Septic tank, well and'
pump, ready to build on or for mobile
home. Will take first reasonable offer,
-call 409-962-7878. 4tc6/13
ST. JOE BEACH 3 Bedroom, 2 1/2
bath, 2 car garage, boat pad with water
and electric, large fenced yard.
$235,000. Call 647-2504 Owner. 3t.6/6


HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 bed-'
room, 2 bath, 1 office, 1750 sq. ft.. I
1/2 years old, 3 blocks off Mexico,
Beach, split floor plan, 2 car garage,
223 Kim Cove, call 648-2061. tfc6/6'.
Gulf Front 120 ft. Cape' San Blas, 3,
bedroom, 2 bath, FEMA, all cedar siding- '
and decks, furnished. $499,000. Call
850-650-3847. 12tp4/,25'


MEXICO BEACH 3 bedroom. 2 full
b3Lh, huge giving room nith, 11I it. cell-
ings, Italian tile, newly renovated, 2 1/2
blocks from beach. $139,000.00. Call
850-648-9054. tfc6/6
MEXICO BEACH ST. JOE BEACH,
Homes and Vacant Land. Ask for Joan
Lovelace. Your Beach Realtor. Mexico
Beach Harmon Realty, 648-5767., ce/s


For Sale By Owner, 2 bedroom. 2 l,'2
bath' new townhouse in MeI'co Beach
All appliances, great rental potential, by
appointment only, $205,000. Call 850-
227-3397 leave message. tfc6/6
For Sale, 950+/- sq. ft. office building
downtown Port St. Joe. Formerly doc-
tor's office. Contact Russ at 229-9776
or 229-8211. tfc6/6


For Sale By Owner, 19.1 Sunray CoLurt,
Beacon Hill. Large modular home. vecy ,
nice, Gulf View, new Berber carpet, par-
tially furnished, .3 bedroom, 2 bath,
fenced lot, $149,000. Call 647-9125. -
ltc6/20.'
Prime Home Site in Windmark Beach
Seller is FL. Real Estate License. Call
904-556-4410. 4te6/6


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Crushed Oyster Shells Mushroom Compost and Sand
Complete Septic Service! -
Installation Pump-Out Repair



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


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By Owner Brick Ranch on 2 lots in
beautiful Port St. Joe. 4 or 5 bedroom, 2
1/2 bath, living room with fireplace,
separate dining room, breakfast area in
i kitchen, double ovens and new dish-'
washer. Ceramic die through much of.
the home. Generous closet and cabinet
space. New large screen porch. Security
system. Sprinkler. system with shallow
well.- Large double garage in rear of
home. Reduced to $138,000. For
appointment call 229-9449. 2tc6/20

Just steps to Beac.i,.50x125 ft. M.o.L
lot Gulf view, 2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile
home, screened porch, $119,000. Call
850-647-9214. tfc6/6

1996 28x64 Jacobson Mobile Home on
75x 150 lot just one block from beach.-
A beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath with fire-
place and lots, of eitras. 211 Court
Street, St. Joe Beach. Call 647-9416.
tfc6/6

MEXICO BEACH 3 bedroom. 2 bath,
i 1800 sq. ft. conipletely.custom renovat-
ed. Near'Beach. $149,000. Call 850-
.648-9054. tfc6/6


166 McGlon Drive Wewahitchka 2
bedroom. I bath mobile home on .a-
165'x50' lot. Part chain link & pnvacy
fence. I yr old. 12x24 uhiity, shed 1 1/2
yrs. old. Close to schools, shopping'
stores. banks. etc. S22.000. Call 648-
6582. tfc6/6.

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. S 195.000. Possible
owner financing. Call 650-229-7827 or
770-479-0331. tfc6/6

Home For Sale By Owner 3 bedroom,-
2 bath. walking distance to beach, cen-
Lr-a heat & air, breakfast bar. appli-
ances included. stone gas fire place.
pauo. privacy fence. 2 1/2 car garage.
414 Arizona Dnrive. Mexico Beach. 648-
5994. S159,900.00. tfc6/6

'New Home Under Construction 3
Bedr.oqm, 2 Bath on City lot. energy effl-
cle~t.'vaulted celthngs, one car garage,
fully'landscaped and maintenance free.
S79.900. For more information call toll
free 1-877-897-4182, Ist Realty Inc.
Ask for Janet Bryan. 4tc5/30

9142 Starfish. Beacon Hil 2 or 4 lots
(100x215 total) 2 bedroom house, large
shed.-excellent neighborhood.- SS5,000
or-S 1.26,000. Free big dish (hundreds of
free prograrsl) or small dish. satellite
systems with purchase. Call 1-850-229-
. 7749. 5tp5/30


V I full fenced acre home site in Howard
Creek. on corner of Murphy Road &
Blossom Hill Road. Sepuc tank with
pumping station from a 14\x2S" insulat-
ed building rith full bath and deep well.
Below market value. Call 850-647-
3949. 800-476-2984 or 850-944-0148.
,fc6/6









You buy the paint, you name thie price.
I'll. paint it. Job Guaranteed,
References. Call Mark at 647-96q6. ,a/20

House Cleaning will clean oine time or
more. Call 827-2657. 8tc6/13



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SJoy-Dale Jobson
S J07 Lorng Asinue Port St Joe
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2 bedroom, I bath home in Dalkeith
near Bryant's Landing. For a house, lot,
or mobile home near beach. Call. 648-
- ]003 .4tp6/13,


NOTICE
RJ Mini-Storage. 122 E. Lake Ave. In Wewahltchka
has been purchased by Charles Mayhann.
All renters of units must contact Mayharinn at
850/639-5810 before June 29, 2002.
SPublish 'lav 30 Jui.e 6 13 20 .


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
.BID NO.0102-31 ..
The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners will
receive bids from any person, company or, corpora-.
tion Interested In providing the following goods/ser-"
vice: One (1I Type I Ambulance ."
Specification.- ma) be obtained from the Clerk's
Office. Gulf County Courthouse, 1000 Cecil G.
Costln. Sr. Blvd.. Room 148. Port St. Joe, FL 32456 -
(850) 229-6113, and que:lmons shouldd be directed to
Wewahitchka E.M.S. Director Houion Whllltleld at
(850) 639-9921.
Bid pnce to include delier'n and the dealer,' date
mu,' be pecified Liqui-lated da-mage- of S25 0") per
da) vAIl bea_-_e.efd for eacin da- goo,.d reainr, unde-
livered.
Please Indicate on the envelo.pe YOUR COMPANY
NAME, that Llhl s a SEALED BID ana include ine
BID NUMBER
Bids will be received until Fndat, June 28. 2002 at
5:00 p.m.. E.T.. at the Office of the Clerk of Circuit
Court. ICu1 Ce.:iliG Camun. Sr Bld F.ro-m 146 Port
St Joe FL 324155 an, ihe bid.s ill be opened a, this
locauon or, Monday Juhl I. 2002 at 10') 00 a m E.T.
The publi.h: I irnate3d lO atiena
The Board resee. trie right it reject ani and all
bids.
BOARD OF COUNT- CiOMMISSIONERS GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
6B _-, Carmen L MLerrmore. Chairman
Aite. s -. Douglas C Birmingham Clerk
Publication Dale.-; .ne 13 & 20 2r002

ir-i THE :-iRCLIT C.'iLRT CIF THE 14TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT iri A.E, FOr GULF. Courrrt. FLORIDA .;
CMIL Df1IsiNr
S. CASE ri)0 02-146 CA
FIRST Lifroi NATIONAL BAIIK OF DELAWARE
F. K, A FIRST LUNirljN HOME EQUaiIT BViK ri A .
Flaini '
vs:. ... '

PETER J LRARKIN. MARTH-A A LARKIN.
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF PETER J LARK3N.
JOHN "DOE lJ.E DOE AS LUNT-3'JOW TENAI'rti
IS) IrO FKSESiiON OF THE SLit6.iElT PROPERTY.
Def-ndan .
NOTICE OF ACTION "
.:1) UNKN,% sV SI.jLSE '.Cr PETER J. LARKIN
(Re idence LinknomniI
i,-_LI ARE NOTIFIED tnal ar, acLuin for Forecloaure oil
Mortgage .n the foll.:,iri-. d,.-:nbed pr.-pert
SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT -A"
A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND LYING ALONG THE
EAST LINE OF MAIN STREET OF MEEKS LAKE
SUBDIVISION AND BEGINNING AT A CONCRETE
MONUMENT AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF
TRACT. THE SAME BEING THE SOUTHWEST COR-
NER OF A BLOCK OF LAND NOW BELONGING TO
MALCOME F. ROZIER.AND WIFE. AND IN THE
EAST LINE OF MAIN STREET OF MEEKS LAKE
SUBDIVISION AND RUNNING SOUTH. A DISTANCE
OF 500 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
THENCE RUN SOUTH FOR 100 FEET: THENCE
RUN EAST FOR 278.18 FEET. MORE OR LESS TO
THE DAVE HERRING WEST LINE; THENCE RUN
NORTH FOR 100 FEET: THENCE RUN WEST
278.18 FEET. MORE OR LESS TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING THIS BEING LOT NUMBER 6 OF THE
FOREHAND SUBDIVISION. THIS LOT OF LAND
LYING AND BEING IN SECTION 14. TOWNSHIP 4
SOUTH, RANGE 10 WEST. GULF COUNTY. FLORI-
DA.
A/K/A 410 TEXAS STREET. WEWAHITCHKA. FL
32465
ha, been filed aianst %l su anod au ire required to
ser.e a co.p aCf ,'jr ,.riIlen .lelense i r'. ia to-t. on
Mlariaall 'C. WaL-1on P .- Altorne, for Plalnli1l.
"h.-,e address 1" 1.5I1") NW 4CrITH STREET SUITE
120 FT LALUDEFP.l.E FL .333)' on or bel.:.ie lul 6
2102 a ta e -hl-'h I- inliln Ir 13hir 0'1I da after Ihe
iri publicauon 01ol' ihi- NLuce in THE STAR and lie
the original .Ath the Clerk tr mis Court either before
service or, Flainlif's attorney or immediately there-
alfer omr.erv.1-e a delaultn i be entered aainrt ,ou
for tne relnei demanded in, the complain
In accordance .-nh tme Amencains with Eisabilliea
Act of 1990 IADI disabled persons *no. because of
iheir di.'ablltlue need special acioimmodauioonr pr-
ticipaie in E-i_ proe-edirn shouldd tfhinaci the ADA
Coordinator at I000 5th Street. Frn Sti Joe FL
32.145,- or Telephone 185'01 229j6113 prior 0o aucn
prc.ceeding
r\TNES. mrry hand and the eal ofthi ,Court ihis iih
da, of June 2002
E'caueli- C BiringLrnar-T.
As Clerkh I oth' Coun
Bi Tr,n, r,:. -, As Depurs Clerk
Publi-n .June I. 20 2. anci Jul\ 4 200c2

i-i THE ,-iRC,.-iT .CC'l'PT FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCuiT ''F T-Fh E T,-.iE ,'F FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF CL.JUT .
IN RE FO )RFEITL,RE OF
193 Lincolr, Coomnunenal
S VNe ILNLMN974-6P619',66 '6 .
Moiorola F'rCl'lle 30i) Cellular
Tel-phone ,M.-S" '6G.'I Ri9 ...
.- CASE NO.:'02-65-CA
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PROCEEDINGS
TO ALL PERSONS who claim an interest in the above-
de-'cried priauerri ahich as, seized on or about
reDruar, 6 2002 in ,'ull'CourV' Florida Said prop.
ert is in the .usto-:.-d: of the ull Counr, Shenriffs
Department ,rAni\ owner enntl' bona fdle lienholder
or person In p.on--e'-"Ion ol ihe property .nen seized
has the nortl lo rcque-t a preliminary adversarial
hearing for a pf,.ba3le cause deiermlnaltion IIrm the
Cirault Coun r,1ihin 15 da%:t o-f he firs! publiall-lon
ol thi- notice uiih r.,tue sent .:erniled Tamil return
recelp' requested tao Cecilia R.dding B.0,'d iAsirant
Stale ,tAuiornre, P-i BoS 5'.0 Panaima City Florida
32-102.,e-60 A Peution flr Final Order of Forfeiture
nas been lied in ne a zne.e aled :aue.
Cecilia Redding B-3iO
CECILLA REDDINiG EOl-D -
Flonda Bar No C,000l031:A
P.O. Box 860, -
Panama City.;FL 32402 "
(850) 763-1.787 .. '
A SSiST. ST TE ATTORNEY :.. -
Fu lis, June 1,3 and 20. 2002

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLCRID.s IN Va4[-i FOR
GULF COUNTY
IN RE FORFEITURE OF: ..
si.i J I I'S 6,-urrenci
S, i' A C[ I- C rT.lel ,-. 'l' l C iBL&IS9CJRI403,9
SC 'CSE NO u,-'-:-.,t
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PROCEEDINGS
TO ULt FERSC'NS a. 11,, claiti an irere:' In th le at.-:, .
.ae.cribed proper whi':rin a a -e'zed .n or rDoutl
Fereruar, 2-."'2: In Gulf c.untn Fi.-rnda Bald prop
em I: in the cuod) ol the .:,nrt Si Joe Police
Deparmner, ni uATer. enilitl bona lide lienholder


A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at 9:00
a.m.. C.D.T.. on June 26. 2002. at the job site. A
representative from FDEP will be present.
Please irndiclate. .,r. the en. elope YOUR COMPANY
NAME. final [hi- I a SEALED BID n,,d include ih.
BID NUMBER
Bids will be received until Friday. July 5. 2002 at
4:00 p.m., E.T.. al 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, July 8,
2002 at 10;00 .
a.m., E.T. The public is Invited to attend.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and. all.
bids. *
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIOcNERS GULF
COUNTY. FLORIDA .
By: /s/ Carmen L. McLemore, Chairman
Attest: /s/ Douglas C. Birmingham. Clerk
Publication Dates: 4une 13 & 20. 2002


or peronr in pos;i.-iorn of the property when seized
ha- :he ngri to request a preliminary adversarial
hearing lor a probable cause determination from the
Circuit Court within 15 days of the first publication
of this r,.ii: e At lh rnori:e sent Lcer-ined mal re-lurn
receipt requested to0 Ce.:ll3 Redding Bod A, .i.lant
Siate Auiorr v. FO Bo, .60 Panam3 CIL Florida
32402.05F6) A Feluc-ri, lor Final order r .l F.oricllure
h3 len 'lid in ihe ab.:.ie-. l.ed cau:e
Ccllla Ftdaing Bo),d
CE':ILL4 REDDiN ~ BOD -D
Florida-Bar. No. 0004030 .
P.O. Box 860
Panama City, FL 32402
(850) 763-1787
ASSiSrArfT sTATE AFTTPIRNEY
Fucli.h .iune 13 and 20. 2002 -

GULF DISTRICT SCHOOLS
ANNUAL NOTICE
REGARDING DISCLOSURE OF
STUDENT DIRECTORY INFORMATION
Pursua--,t i.:, 22 ( 0:3 Fla Stia Gulfl Isl,n.:it _cr,'-ol
Im a dai'.:loie Ihe fioll,:,ing direc'i.n In].:rT,.allr iroT
ne educ uilor, re.:ord lof a student v.hoi. I or hai been
in iaternanu-i:' at a Djitrict school Surhn director,
inki.,rmatlon inrclude-
.s -iud'ent rs nae address- and teleprione number
i IS 3 a liisea nurrm erl
Dat r and place of binh
Major field of study
Participation, In officially recognized activities and
sports .... .
Weight and height of athletic team members ,
*. ates of.attendance
Degrees and aa.rds re:ei..ed
M7i' recent prreious edutaiional aoenc, or institu-
tir,, l--:r.col or center l etieded by ihe -tudentr
Fareri-l), adull [udenl ; or i...rmer tludenri shall
hae until September 2 2002 to Inform the student' ?
s.:h':..I pnn-ipaxl in wnunr. ihat ran., ,:r all of me
director inlorrmiauon holdd not-be relea.ecd
jem E Kt1ile, uperniernderi
11 y5.Ju ihae ani adalonal queen',.ns please ,all ihe
L Di.;uict ollice at 2:'.6, '',
Putli,.h lurnc 13 and .J0' 2002

REQUEST TO RECEIVE BIDS
Tre Gurillf Cunti rSchol Boardm ill receive bid.- unnri
1)00 .A M. ED T on Jujl% 15 2002 for ihe annual
Eermrnin3uon F'e-t Control contract for all s.:hcol
l'cililue Intereiled piar-le should con'r.:t Mr.
Char'l. T Wali&-r, Dire-or of Support Senrice. Gull
'oun) S'eh..,.li 150 Middle School Road Fort St
Joe, FL 32456 or telephone (850) 229-8256 to obtain
bid Inforination and instructions.
Publish June 13 and 20. 2002

DEAD LAKES BOAT RAMP
PROJECT R3.114
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO.0102-32
The Guil'Couriry Bard ol': Couni CoTminis-.:i-.ner wall
rei:ei.e sealed bid; frin an., qualified per-.. ,: iTr.-
'. pn 'r -:, rporation interested in contiru,:lin the
iiiirne p-,:Ject
DEAD LAKES BOAT RAMP
DREDGING AND REPAIR PROJECT
Plans and pe':clfcau'i:.n carn De obiaj-,ed at Preble-
Risn lrc 301 E I5.t Street. 3rd Floor Port St Joe.
Florida 32456 16501 227-7200 The old must con.-
iori- to Se:uon 26 133131. Florida SLtautes on puo'
lIc enurt cnme; Costl ofPlans and Specific ationm will
be S. 000 per set ard I non-refundable Checi,:-
should be made pasaole to Preble-Rish. Inc
Tr.e project onsl ofdredeing ihe entrance channel
Sofl an ealing boat ramp e.lending the ramps toe tI
18 ana reshaping the slope of the bank FProjeci I.,
locked or,n the Dead Lakes lust north of
W.ashiuchka Florida
Corr.pleuion dale ,for [hi- project tAill be 120 das from
Ine lcate he Norce [o Proceed Is preserled to ire suc-
1 ce.s'ul bidder
Liquidated danage-l" for lalure to complete the pro.
jec u-,n the ipe:lIed dale ivill be sel art 100 00r per
da3


rn r p NO51CE


Personal repreientauie and trinat per:.r.J represent
tlal.es aul.-rr.-e are sei lorth belua
ALL INTERESTED PERSON ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
.all crediv- Cof tihe drec. erien and other pi r-.:.r-
ha.irng claim, or demand- against deceaerint e:aIe
c-h,i uhoarn a .-:op01 if In notice in ertied .uininr uree
mona lh M'er te daie ol ihe firmt publication I r.i
nou.:e muT l file their clarim t.Ilh thi Ca 'i iTHllf
LTHE LTEFR CF THREE MONTHS AFTEF 'THE DATE
IF THE FIRST F'LBLiC-Ti":'rj :IF OTHiiS NOTiCE ',
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and persons
hliaving claims or demands against the estate of the
-dje,:eaent must file mneir claJmr ,iith ihi Court
WiTHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THEE, D.-TE ,-FTHE.
7IFST FI ,BLICAnrj OF THIS r'".T'.H
,-LL CL-fF.I'. ADO DErtAFiDS I:T SO': FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Trie date .f itne. rsl pi u ll.: aion o' iri ,No i cc I' '
Jur.e '20 2 :'-'2 '
TH,-,MAi, 5 ,IBS,:i['5
FJiH iBiOBi J.. SCHOOL ? F',-
S20i EC 4lin Sireel
P,:' B,:.. 39
F.-l t :, Je flinda 324:"'7
16.:il 229 821 I
AB, TI':. i1 F':.R PERS-'-r..dJ. PPEFaREEJITA'.T
.FL BAR NO. 0350583 .
/s/ RODNEY LOUIS -HERRING
101 Faif nBouleara "
Po,-St I Joe, FL -45. ,,
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE '
SPublish June 20,& 27
NO. ICE. TO. RECI, SEALE BIDS:


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0102-33 .
S 'Tre ,,ulif .ounl\ board Curr., C,.mTii--..ir, r' li
Sre,:el', told= fr',,m an\ p:ron. Tmpai', : r ,:.r r.
lin Iriler-:eiea in prc..ooin ti r, l ll a i- r ... od: ;- er

Wireless Wide Area Network
F Purp.:.e C-I ti-hi \\%' "J lI: ,:i pr' l e r eruIrl. .orrp.,:
.. ir\ t..reer, Gull'fCunn arid B, ,ur(--ot
SvpeCll:3Uon, ma\ be oblalr.ed fr.,m rne CIerk.
Ilh:ec GCulfl *'.:un\ C.our ,ou.e \0. Ceill
-:o tinr, Sr BIa R.:..:.m i ij P.r- S .Ic- rtL 3-.: 4-',.
(850) 229-6113.
Please spe.:il d:li.eri dale aicer notification of bid
award.
Please Indicate on the envelope YOUR. COMPANY
NAME r inal i s a SEALED BID .ran, include r. e
SBID NUMBER
Bids will be received until Wednesday. July 3.
d 2002 at 5:00 p.m E.T.. a 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 Friday. July 5.
2002 at 10-00 a.m.. E.T. The public is invited to
v attend.
Trie. Board rescre-- the nanit -to re.le:t ir, anu-I all

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
S. GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
B'%, .- Carmen L T.lcLemere r chairmann
Attest: /s/ Douglas C. Birmingham, Clerk
Publih.. June 20 & 27 -


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
i BILL\ GljCLUS aT, no longer feip.-.n-iile .l.or any%
l.bl ,r :epp i .i-.ar .Ta. .o n a- .:l .June Ir:' .s'i2.
BILL' G.-rjii)Li
Pubis, palJ ..Illi. 13 ard 2: 2


FOURTEENTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL
NOMINATING COMMISSION
SOLICITATION OF APPLICANTS FOR'
WASHINGTON COUNTY JUDGE
rOTI'CE iS HEREB', GIVEN that the Judicial
N-,rnaiing ,.'-mrri- n ion for the 14th Judicial
:ircuil co:.iinrg c.f Ba\. Calhounr Gulf Holmes,
a:, ,_in -ard WVa-hiriFton -*:aCunue ls e iciung .appil
cau,:.ns from qualified member-, oi Tre- Fl-ridla Bar ac
fll ,a .:ric c ir. Ie olif e ci l -ouar, .Jud.' irn aind 10.-
a.ohlriggor. Count) Fl:nala
irfiEFFSTEC' FP.A-TIES ma,.' bi'ain a .ldicial
.Applicationr fro-n mne oITice o01 ihe Cn3ir oi inc
Judicial riominaring ':.Cmmi-lionz Mr H Gu, Green
Ir 4357 Clinron 5Sireet. rMananna Fl.)rda 3244.'
3329. Teleph-ne I5',I 526-3' F.X Il 1".') S26.
56il1
Applic allorn are due at the at-o..e addre _s rn: l. er
ir, 4, 1'. Prl .:S'T o.1n MIorda\ Juln a 20.1'2
14th Cir,;ull Judil al l omiraliri *,omair,.Tii-a
B H Cut ,.Grecn .Ir Chair
Pult.ih June 2')

rjo,rth Flonda Child De.elopmernt ir.' is seeki-.g bla:i
frr tre folloA.in
Relo.. aurn of 'c roublemide unil from 255 %k Rj, r
Road. apd.projmrnael 2 blocks io 1,50 Ea.-i RJ.er Roa
Sicorner of E Pjier Rod and 3nl Sireet SoauLr- idel
in We",ahitchka Fl and setup in ne. location to
include plumbing l .ring. porch hndi.:ap rarrp and
ant- other alaiachmenn iio building
Caili% ar,.a Da.li: 650 639:.-50801 e. l I focr irlorfa
Lion pa.:ketl b ida ue .ul', 3 200C '- 5i 0: pn c Lt
Fulinr, June 2'1j & 27'

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO. 02-32
in PROBATE
IN RE The Esitateof
I[VA MAE HEFRJ .NG
deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE.
Trne admini'rrat-.r, o ,1the ela3ie of [i a lae
Herring de-:e'ae FPile Number 02-32 CF' penid-
.ing I.n Ihe ;ircuit C c-in or Gull ':ounrr o Fionda
Froba3te D izlc.n tlie ad.hres of ataiic 1 Is Gull'Count)
ounrthloue ij0 Ce. i' G Comiln Sr Beld Port S
J.. Fl-,rida 3'K5. Tne name, aid addre.,rL ii


(850) 229- 6113. .. .
Please speeify delivery date. after notification -of bid
award.
Please Indicate on the envelope YOUR COMPANY
NAME, that this is a SEALED, BID and: Include the
BID NUMBER.
Bids will be received until Wednesday. July .3,
2002 at 5:00 p.m., E.T.. 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. July 8,
2002 at 10:00 a.m., E.T. The public is invited 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.
Publirh Ju.; i 1

NOTICE
Tre F.:.rt i .It feF n u.lu.AI-nt. 1 -1 r.'i13 a \l.:-rk.hop
mei.,tling -f'-. June. 4 -''2 _' I ". r,.:,-n at he
Material Transfer Cilli':-e Bulairie 521 Premier Dr..
Port St. Joe, Fl. 32456. and will hold Its regular
monthly meeting on June 24, 2002, at 5 o'clock.p.m.
at the Gulf County :Library, 110 Library Drive, Port
St. Joe, Fl. 32456 ..
Publish June 20

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Crepe Myrtles & Chase Trees
Bougainvilleas. Oleanders. Hibiscus Anlique
Roses. Black Elephanl Ear. Carnallon ol India.
Angel Trumpels & Vaneiy Hanging Baskeis. Etc.
BUTTERFLY & HUMMINGBIRD ATTRACTORS!
Coral Vine Catawba & Landicape Trees. Scrubs. Etc.
Cold Tolerant Citrus!!
h'A, y,,, W_. : 4 i _1 a 1 l


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0102-34
The Gull'Courn Biora o l(Counn, -:omril- .ionr.ers ill
rceie bid: fTr:,m any person company ..:r .c.-,.ora-
uorn iniere-ed ir, pro'tling the foAllu hin
Replace carpet at the Gulf Conty Library
In Port St. Joe. Florida
Spe:llc auaor, ma\ be cbtainred ir.:rn tih', ClerI- -
ill'lce Gull C.:.uni,' Courthoue I,10O Ce,.:il
Co:i-,l Sr Bhal R-o..n. 145 Fon .1i J,._FL 3'-:


For the deal .of your life,
S, see me!


JAMES C. "BO" BRAY

Soles Representative


TOMMY THOMAS
CHEVROLET
(850) 785-5221 "
TOLL FREE
1-800-342-7131,
2251 W. 23rd Street
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA 32405


















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.9


NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY

(PLEASE READ CAREFULLY)


STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM (SHIP)

The SHIP program was createdfor the purpose of providing funds to local governments as an incen-
Sive for the creation of local housing partnerships, to expand production of and preserve affordable hous-
ing, and to increase housing related employment. .
Gulf -County has been approved to receive funding under Florida's State Housing Initiative
Partnership Program ISHIPN for the Fiscal Year 2002 2003 in the amount of $350,000. Pursuant to the
Florida Statute 420.90"5i 311(b, the a uailabilit\ of these funds must be idvertsed as follows:
Fiscal ear 2002 2003 (1 Jul\ 2tl62 30 June 2003).
'* Estimated amount of SHIP funds allocated for each strategy/activity for each fiscal year are as .fol-
b: s lo \ s: .- '' ./ : -- .'. "

STRATEGY/ACTIVITY FUNDS INCOME SET ASIDE ,

Housing Rlehabilitation 157,S00 5 0Very Iow 8&Low Income '
Purchase Assistance $153,000 Very Low, Low 8& Moderate Income
S' Don'n Pnamvnt .. ranr',t Closing Gost Assistance, & Land Acquisition)

:Home Oa nership Counseling $ 4,500 Very Low, Low & Moderate Income
Ata minimum, thirty i 30"., percent of funds allocated for each strategy activityy will benefit the very loi
and lows income families '


rd n17 r 5l n iIl.U'..- ,e' nra e. qfhlraaws


T 1 1 U.maxI1U I Im ncome" 111m ts a 1111, l...UI Il U Lo tl.p oize, e a s r o ili vvo.w .
FAMILY SIZE 1 2 '3 4 5 6 7 8
Very Low Income 14,050 16,100 18,100 20,100 21,700 23,300 24,900 26,550
o: w Income '22,500 25.750 28,950 32,150 34,750 37,300 39,900 42,450
Moderate Income 33,"20 38,640 43,440 48,240 52,080 55,920 59,760 63,720
The maximum housing value limitation allowable for program participation for each strategy\ is $98,523 for
Existing Homes and $106,365 for New Built Homes. SHIP FUNDS MAY NOT BE*USED TO PUR-
CHASE, REHABILITATE, OR REPAIR MOBILE HOMES! SHIP funds may be used to purchase
Department of Community Affairs (DCA) approved manufactured homes.
APPLICANT SELECTION CRITERIA- .
Purchase Assistarnce i Down Payment Assistance, Closing Cost Assistance, and Land Acquisition -
S" shall be first qualified first served for those qualified for a residential loan from a partici|-
pating lender. Owner-financine is not allowed as a means of financing. ONLY 60 APPLI-
CATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED COUNTY-WIDE.

Housing Rehabilitation shall be b\ a lottery system. '
ELIGIBLE SPONSOR SELECTION CRITERIA: .

Eligible Sponsor participation will be based on a criteria that will include:

(a) an eligible sponsor locally based hating expertise in providing Affordable Housing. *
(b) amount of non-SHIP funds and/or the value of in-kind services committed as SHIP leverage.
(c) production goals in relation to 'the Housing Assistance Plan.
(d) percentage of funds targeted to ver.lo Ici income persons.
(e) compliance with Rule 67-37. Local Housing Assistance Plan as applicable.

Program Income and Recaptured Program Funds will be utilized consistent withthe applicant selection cri-
teria, strategies and income eligibility, as approved'.

APPLICATIONS FOR PURCHASE ASSISTANCE ACTIVITIES (Down Payment Assistance,
Closing Cost and Land Acquisition) will be .available beginning (8:00 A.M. (EST)/7:00 A.M. (CST) July
8, 2002 and continuing until 60 applications have beef received county-wide. .,
APPLICATIONS FOR HOUSING RE-HABILITATION will be available beginning 8:00 A.M.
(EST) / 7:00 A.M. (CST) July 8, 2002 and ending July 19, 2002 at 5:00 P.M. (EST) / 4:00 P.M. (CST),
"NO EXCEPTIONS."
* ** ON THE DATES INDICATED ABOVE, THE APPLICATIONS MAY BE
OBTAINED AT: The County Administration Building, Rooms 301 and 309, and in Wewahitchka


(Old Coukhifuse) ai the County Extension O
ffice.


DATE FOR THE LOTTERY OF REHABILITATIONS FUNDS WILL BE JULY 25, 2002 IN
THE COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING ROOM AT 4:00 P.M. (EST).

The local SHIP contact person is Bo Williams, (850) 229-6125 Tie thru Fri; Mon (850) 639-3019.

5tc June 6, 13, 20, 27 and July 3, 2002


PUBLIC NOTICE


MEETING CANCELLATION


The. Gulf County Board of County


Commissioners has cancelled their


regular meeting scheduled for June


25, 2002. Their next regular meeting


will be held on July 9, 2002.


CARMEN L. MCLEMORE


CHAIRMAN


Publish June 13 and 20, 2002


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227-5197


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Steve Brant's
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229w6326


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ONEAL SANDERS
APPLIANCE SERVICE
SALES & REPAIR
Repair all major brands,
Home # 647-5113
Work #227-5112


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


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MARY KAY
MARGARET PRESSWOOD,
Independent Beauty Consultant
58 Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach, FL
1-800-659-0641
I.C. Enterprises 202 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Fl. 32456
850.227-9414
S Fax 229-6041'

.. .. adioShack
Authorized Sales Center

Bailey's Equipment
Snapper Lawn Mowers
4 Wheelers
.4 Small Engine Repair
19872 SR 20 W., Blountstown, EL
850-674-4256


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

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

iRadioShack
Franchise/Dealer Store
B&B Electronics, Inc.
19872 SR 20 W., Blountstown, FL'
850-674-3711


, GOARRY L. GADDIS
AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATION & REPAIR
EXTENDED WARRANTY FREE ESTIMATES,* REPAIRS ON ALL BRANDS *
INSTANT FINANCING SERVICE AGREEMENTS
S648-5474 FL UCENSE ER0010992, RA1154218
Serving Port St. Joe and Syrrounding Area for 20 Plus Years'
1 Call Does It All For Your
Major Appliance, Air Condition & Electrical Repairs
DANIELS SERVICE CO., INC.
850-229-8416
RA0043378 i ER0007623
Coastal Service
COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL HEATING & COOLING
ICE MACHINES
Dealer for Frigidaire U FRIGIDAIRE
Heating and Cooling SystemsA VuleawBrandOfcumurt.
6 Years Parts and Labor Warranty
229.6805 or 227-5373



SERVICE & INSTALLATION.'
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
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SERVICE AGREEMENTS
IsHard to StopsA'Trane MQBILE & MODULAR HOMES
10 Year Parts & Labor Arcoairie
GERALD BYRD, Owner/Operator FL c RAO co 062
Licensed Insured

Heating & Cooling
S* ... Sales And Service '
A/C Hedfing Ice Machines,
Commercial Refrigeration New and Existing Homes
Phone: 229-2665
Owner: Brent Pierce 229-COOL
State Lic. #RA0066486 ... Mobile: 227-5568




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Mobile Home & RV Parts S C mbE
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850-229-6821 or 227-3885

PHIL'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS
REPAIR AND REMODELING
(850) 229-6460
SPhil Collier Residential Contractor
SLiicensed and Insured Lic. #RR-0067"199


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


m 25 Years Experience -

Phone (850) 229-6859

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Screen Rooms

Replacement Windows

= Vinyl Siding =

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227-3628


Seamless Gutters

6" Seamless Gutters = 43 Colors
Aluminum = Copper
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