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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: July 18, 2002
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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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HGTV Dream House

Photos & story Pg.4A

Turtle Timb Again!

Photos & story Pg. 1B

Champs! ,P. io,1A

Class Action Suit Pg. 3A

Obituaries pg. 4B

Sports Pg.lOA

Worship Choices Pg. 3B

Yard Preparedness Pg. 7B


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Mill" Coming Down



Contractor to be Going "Full Bore" In Two hWeeks


Recipes

Police Reports

Classifieds


by Tim Croft
Gov.CJeb Bush has appointed
William C. Sumner of Wewahitch-
ka to the Board of Trustees at
Gulf Coast Community College.
Sumner, 53, and the presi-
dent of Wewahitchka State Bank,
S succeeds George Duren for a term
that runs through May 31, 2006.
S" was very proud to be select-
ed," Sumner said. "It's a big role,


BILL SUMNER
but I'm honored to have been
selected and look .forward to
working with the board."
A spokesperson in the gover-
nor's press office said Bush
believes .members of college
boards should serve no more than
two terms.
Duren just completed-his sec-
ond four-year term on the GCCC
board.'


Pg. 5,7B

Pg. SA

Pg. 9B


.Marina Out


Parcels Up


For Sale
Port St. Joe city Commis-
sioners are putting over ten acres
of property surrounding the Port
St. Joe Marina up for sale.
S-Having recently completed an
appraisal of the property, com-
missioners are now ready to see
the land start generating rev-
enues for city residents. With an
estimated total undeveloped value
of somewhere in the neighbor-
hood of $2 million, the developed
value could have a very favorable
impact on the city's coffers
through tax'revenues generated.
The property which, will be
,advertised for sale includes ten
acres of cleared property between
the exstmng marina and Baltzell
Avenue and six lots adjacent to
First Street along side the marina.,
S Another parcel-of city proper-
ty along the edge of the bay will
not be placed for sale and will
remain open to the public for fish-
inig and recreation.
The board will hold a work-
* shop on the. property Monday at
3:30 p.m. to discuss guidelines
and restrictions they will apply to
purchase of the property Among
those guidelines discussed was a
recommendation by Mayor Frank
Pate to require development to
begin within one year on any
property purchased. Other items
to be discussed will likely include
building restrictions and regula-
tions requiring an .architectural
theme similar to that of the mari-,
na complex. '
Finalized plans for advertis-
ing the sale should be completed'
.during this workshop session.
Turn Lane
The board is continuing to
pursue the installation of some
type of turn lane at the intersec-
(See PSJ on Page 7):


..by Tim Croft
The paper mill, which has
been both heartbeat and heart-
breaking for a community over
more than seven decades, is com-
ing down.
'The signs aren't blatantly
obvious from U.S. 98 but indica-
tions that this monolith of memo- ,
ries of another era is closer to the
history books are evident inside
where a small! battalion of work-
ers buzz through everything from.
cable to cooling towers. /
They can be found in hills of
iron steel, rows of conveyor belts
laid out like some sort of army
encampment and machines called
shearers a large, crane with a.
pair of scissors on the end that
can cut through miles ofpipe as if
slicing Velveeta.
SI've seen a lot of things
change over the years," said John.
Hanlon, who has worked ,on the
site for more than 40 years and
through a succession of compa-
nies.
The latest is CCC Group Inc.,
out of Texas, which has !been
hired to demolish the mill site.
And, While for Hanlon the,'
,;process evokes mixed emotions, it
is time, he said, to close one chap-
ter'with an anticipation 'for the
next.


Sumner did not seek the
appointment, but was urged to
put his name in the hat by sever-
al members of the co immunity he
said.
Having served on the board of
the college's Foundation during
the 1980s, Sumner i well
acquainted with the college, its
mission and its president Dr. Bob
* McSpadden.
I'Tve,known Bob for a number
of years and I look forward to
working with him," Sumner said.
He would enter ihto his new
task, Sumner said, without pre-
conceived notions or ideas about
the college's direction or mission.
He was early in the learning
curve he noted, but eager to dive
in and get his feet wet.
"Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege has a physical presence in
Gulf County and I would like to
see that expand," Sumner said.
Sumner was born in Jack-
sonville and received his bache-
lor's and MBA degrees from the
University of Georgia.
He and his wife Pam, a
teacher at Wewahitchka Elemen-
tary School, have two grown sons,
Will and Ed.
"I have always had the
utmost respect and admiration
for Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege," Sumner said.. "I look for-
ward to this opportunity to again
be associated with this outstand-
ing organization."


"We are about two weeks
away from going full bore," said
John Griffith, co-division manag-
er for CCC. "Safety comes first
and then we'll bring the plant
down."
So right now the shearers
snip away the pipe and walkways
between large structures, grap-
plers wrangle with steel and con-
crete as if moving Leggos and
cooling towers and similar equip-
ment are brought down- for
removal.' '
All to clear the areas between
the main buildings on the mill for
their ultimate extinction.
A 10-foot high mesh screen is
being erected water-side to
ensure that any small pieces of
trash or debris do not fall into the
bay.
Residual oil is ,being sucked
from machinery for proper dispos-
al.. :
The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection is mon-'
itonng the process personnel
are to be on site this week.
And mill owner Smurrit-nione
also has, its own environmental
specialists on site.
Out in front of the mill, in'the
large feld that used to play host
to tons of' wood chips. a large
gated field guards small moun-
tains of cable, bulgingly threaded
with copper wirinng. and stainless
steel.
"That copper wiring is valu-
able, they can sell that." Hanlon
said.


S And, that, boiled doWn, is
'where CCC will make its money.,
%While Gnflith said the "over-


sight" and "size" of Smurfit-Stone.
were the key reasons CCC was
one of a half dozen bidders on the


job demolition jobs of such pro-
(See MILL on Page 9)


A Shearerr" slices through piping as mill demolition picks up steam. Most of the work to date has
focused on safety as crews clear equipment and machinery between the mill's major structures.


Gulf Values Top $1 Billion


Taxing Authorities Are Working on 2002-2003 Budget


JOHN HANLON
'This isn't going t6 reoperi,"
Hanilon said, "We've got to move'
ahead. We need to move on."
The demolition work, which
took its initial steps when CCC:
arrived in mid-Apnl., has reached
a head of steam.,
Much of the early work has
concentrated on safety before
more dramatic. 'and if you will,
more explosive, demolition begins
in earnest in the coming. weeks
and months.


Gulf County reached a mile-
stone in taxable property values
this year. According to figures
released from Gulf County Clerk
Doug Birminghlam the county has
topped SI billion in taxable prop-
erty values.
Birmingham's office released
these figures as part of the yearly
process of developing a new coun-.
ty budget.
' Step one in that process calls
for Gulfs Property Appraiser,
Kesley Colbert; to give taxing
authonties current year taxable.
Values based on property assess-
ments.
:This year's'figure, $1.097 bil-
lion, is up just over $153 million
from last year's total of approxi-
mately $944 million. Colbert said
the bulk of this increase comes
from a continued upward trend in'
the value of gulf and: water front'
properties in' the southern portion
of the county. Also, adding to tax-
able values was $30 million in
new construction.
According to property
appraiser records, the only area
of the county which failed to post
,significant Increases in values
was the city of Port St. Joe, where
values were down $33 ,million
from approximately $190 million
to $157.4 million. This was due to
the decreased assessment of the
old mill complex.
The city of Wewahitchka post-
ed a slight increase, just over $1.3
million, with total taxable values
topping $35 million.
Over the next several weeks
county taxing authorities will be
using these values to help formu-
late new budgets for 2002-2003.
Gulf County commissioners start-
ed this process Tuesday evening.
Clerk's' office personnel have
already put together a tentative
budget based on requested bud-
get information from various con-
stitutional and county offices, as
well as other proposed expendi-
tures.
The total of these requests is
$7,688,891, which is up nearly
$1.5 million from last year's bud-
get of $6,199,090.
The board is scheduled to
hash through these figures dur-
ing special budget sessions
planned for Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday evenings.


Commissioners will evaluate the
requested increases in spending ,
analyze the county's needs. look
at revenues available and deter-
mrune a tentative village rate and
budget to be proposed.


After these meetings a date
will be set for the first of two
required public hearings. The
property appraiser will send out'
TRIM notices to property owners
advising them of this. proposed


rmilage rate, what their tax bill
would be under the proposed
budget figures and the date, time
and location of the first public

(See $Billion on Page 7)


Sheriff's Capt. Nugent Dragged


and Run Over-But Back at Work


by Tim Croft
On a file cabinet in Joe
Nugent's office sits a picture of a
pretty little six-year-old grand-
daughter.
Nugent, a captain with the
Gulf County Sheriff's 'Office
looked over at the' face smiling
back at him and said, "Now she
wouldn't have been happy if.-
'pappy didn't come home."
That 'was nearly the 'case in
the blur of a few frantic minutes
Friday evening. \
While trying to arrest'a drug
suspect, Nugent was taken on a
ride' from Hades.,
As he clung to the suspect's
open car door, with speeds
.clocked at near 60 mph, Nugent
was dragged, run over and finally
deposited, quite roughly nearly a
mile later as the suspect turned
from First Street onto U.S. 98.
"Yes," said Sheriff Frank
McKeithen when asked if the
event was'traumatic. "It's like see-
ing one of your children or family
members dragged down the road
in a vehicle, run over and then
dragged some more.
"It was very dramatic."
It all started with a stakeout
by investigators from the Sheriffs
Office and the Port St. Joe Police
Department.
After .waiting for about 90
minutes on a possible drug deliv-
ery, officers left the area near the
Chevron plant on Garrison Ave. to
try to locate the suspect, Welling-
ton Farmer.
Nugent returned to the coun-
ty jail with several investigators
when he saw Farmer drive by in a
1986 Cadillac.
Nugent notified the other
investigators and pursued Farmer.


to the location on Garrison near
the Chevron plant.
Farmer, who had exited his
car, saw Nugent and ran for his
vehicle as Nugent gave chase.
,From there, Nugent said, he
entered some kind of zone.
"I told him to stop and don't.
run and he runs," Nugent said. "I
don't know how I got a hold of the
car, but the .next thing I know we
were ,going."
Officers in pursuit of the vehi-
cle said Nugent had one arm
wrapped around' the bar between
front and back doors, the other on
top of the driver's door.
One foot was anchored
against the door, the other flying
free.
"I couldn't tell you how I was
holding on, but I knew I couldn't


All his concentration was on
Farmer and survival.
"I've known (Farmer) for a
number of years 'and I was
focused on him," Nugent said. "I
was begging for him to stop and
not kill me.
"He was talking to me, but I
couldn't hear a thing he was say-
ing. I just concentrated on him,
telling him it's .not worth killing
me and to just slow down."
Farmer was having none of it.
Officers clocked him barreling
down First Street as fast as 57
mph, Nugent still holding on for
dear life.
"I don't think it's sunk in yet,
just what happened and how
close a call it was," Nugent said.
Finally, as Farmer neared'
U.S. 98, Nugent made the deci-


let go," Nugent said. "I thought I
was going to die." (See NUGENT on .Page 12)


Capt. Joe Nugent of the Gulf County Sheriffs Department was
injured last week in the line of duty.


Bill Sumner Tabbed for

GCCC Board of Trustees


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The Star

PAGE TWO THURSDAY, JULY 18, 2002


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"See" It For Yourself ...


New School


Prayer

With all of the recent focus on the Pledge of Allegiance being
declared unconstitutional because of the mention of God, it
seems just the opposite anticipated impact is taking place.
Last week I received an e-mail of a,new school prayer/poem
and thought it offered another point of view. A .student in
Arizona wrote the new school prayer.

Now I sit me down in school, where
praying is against the rule.
For this great nation under God, finds
mention of him very odd.

If Scripture now the class recites, it
violates the Bill of Rights.
And anytime my head will bow,
Becomes a federal matter no w.

S.Our hair can be purple, orange or
green, That's no offense; it's a freedom
scene.
The law is specific, the law is precise, .
Prayers spoken aloud are a serious vice.

For praying in a public hall, Might
offend someone with no faith at all.
In silence alone we must meditate,
God's name is prohibited by the State.

We're allowed to cuss, and dress like
freaks, And pierce our noses, tongues,


and cheeks.
They've outlawed guns. but FIRST the
Bible, To quote the good book makes me
liable. _

We can elect a pregnant Senior
Queen, And the "unwed daddy" our "
Senior King.
It's "inappropriate" to teach right from
wrong, We're taught that such "judg-
ments" do not belong.

V We can get our condoms and birth
control. Study witchcraft, vampires, and
totem poles.
But The Ten Commandments are not
allowed, No word of God must reach this
crowd.

It's scary here, I must confess When
chaos reigns, the school's a mess.
So' Lord, this silent plea I make.
Should I be shot: my soul please take!
Amen


I understand the extra high
tech, multi-media, get- it-all- right-
now news information system has
certainly contributed- to a shrink-
ing world and a much more
informed public. And I reckon,


that's good because they tell us it
is every two or three nmnutes on
CNN or Fox News Network or any
one of a hall dozen other satellite
fed stations....
We didn't have t.. in myn-, neck
of t.- woods in 1958. An anchor
was a Folgers coffee can filled with
concrete that we threw overboard
when we got to where the fish were
lBiting. I'd never heard of a foreign
correspondent. And the thought of
having an Entertainment Network'
to tell us 'what was going on"i


'who was hot" and "where we
could find the latest
fashions'...well. that was more
alien than a live feed from
Baghdad!"
If we wanted to find out what
was happening. we had to go down
to the barber shop. Or sit for a
spell ,out on the 'front porch, of
Woodro'w 'Kennon's grocery,
Drygoods and Mercantile Store.
I know this would be rather
blasphemous to Ted Turner and'
Dan Rather-but we mostly had to,


U'
x


make up our own "pictures" as
word of "goings and comings"
reached back to where we lived.
And that picture often relied
pretty heavily on who was relaying
the news and our own imagina-
tion.
You take for instance Mr.. Roy
Gersten. He was always harping
on Nikita Khrushchev,and some-
thing he called the Cold War. He
warned us about the Russians and
The Big Red threat. We were five or
six years away from Miss Dorist
Vinson's world history class. So I
leaned in real close to get the facts
on the Khrchchef.... Krucelf.....
Krusencheffen .....Couldn't none of
us pronounce it. but we knew he
must be important!
As Mr. Roy waxed on. I begin
to see a big red faced man with
iron hands and a mean scowl. He
was dressed in a red suit. He had
red shoes and socks. And a red tie.
When he talked little red saliva
droplets spewed from his mouth.
When Mr. Roy was explaining
how we were losing the cold war, I
saw giant cannons frozen in place.
I visualized airplanes flying into
this icy area and getting stuck. .
shivered on Woodrow's front porch
and it was July!
Mr. Featherstone made me feel
a little better when he inteqrected
that President Eisenhower would
kick Khrushchev all the way back
to the Kremhlin! Course. I didn't
know what a Kremlin was. But I
knew it had to be in Russia. It was
probably red. And to go there you'd
have to wear a jacket ..... "cause it
would just naturally be big and
cold!
If you had just a smidgen of
sense and a decent imagination
you could get a fairly good "look" at
what was going on without having
CBS or NBC beaming into your lifv-
ing room.
Me and David Mark would lis-
ten to Mr. Roy for a while and then
run to the house and try to explain
to Mother why we needed to start
working on our fallout shelter.... :':
never will forget BobMvhilliany :
telling us about the Abominable
Snowman!-That thing stood ten
feet tall. Had the biggest feet you
ever saw! Long, shaggy hair cov-
ered every part of his body! He
came up out of that lake in eastern
Canada. A lot of people had seen
him-but no one had thought to
take a picture.
I didn't need a photo. Mr.
Millrany was pretty good. You lis-
tened to him for five minutes and
you knew all about that big crea-
ture. The 'view" I got at.Woodrow's -
in 1958 is the exact same one I
have today! Cameras, documen-
taries. live on-the-spot coverage,
foreign correspondents standing
knee deep in smoking lake water
outside of Alberta have not
changed', or enhanced, one iota my
picture of Bigfoo.
You ought to have hear'. Mr.
Scott Pearson describe the fight
. between Jack Stoker" and Ler6y
Cunningham. Jack thought' he
had Leroy down for keeps when he
(See KESLEY ON PAGE 3)


They As)
I'VE ADDED TO MY list of,
talents this: past week. I'mnow '
an after dinner speaker. I'm not
a very, good after dinner speak-
er, you. know. I don't command
any of those big "honbrariumns", .
you; understand, but folks ask
me to speak to them, not the
other, way around..
I knew if I kept at this col-
umn writing, before long, some-
one would ask me to speak to
them. After all, it's happened to
Kesley, and he hasn't even been-
at this column writing as long
as I have %and I believe -hW'as.
arrived at the point where he
can demand, an "honorarium"
for his talks.
I know he spoke to a recent
"Ladies' Night" banquet of the
Rotary Club and 'they. ALWAYS
pay their speaker .
It has always been a budge'
ed item, just so we won't have to
settle for some has-been.

SMY ENDEAVOR TO get into
the business of public speaking.


Sed.


.Atnd ITold




ETAOIN SHRDLU


Written by Wesley Ramsey


was a session with a Cub Scout
Den.
There were three in the Den
and I spoke to them.
They didn't wiggle or squirm
or make more noise than Icould
talk over. Mrs. Bunnie
Miller-who has been in scout-
ing long enough to know better
than to ask me to speak to her
Troop, if she hopes to keep them
coming to Scout
meeting-brought them to my.
house for me to speak to them.'
Not only did she ask me to
speak, but she delivered my
audience to me. I'll bet even Kes
doesn't get that kind of coopera-
tion out of his audiences.


I talked for all of seven min-
utes before they made signs that
they heard enough
I was sitting between them
and the door, so they couldn't
get out without giving me my
"honorarium". My wife came
into-the room arid'engaged them
in-conversation. and she actual-
ly, gave them an "honorarium",
for coming to listen to me, and
in the.confusion, they sneaked
' out the door. and Smudgie
didn't even try to get out with
them. Those boys had been
practicing sneaking out of
doors, before!

WHAT DID I TELL them?,


PIlL


They wanted to .know what it
was like ih Port St. Joe whern'I
was a boy. As if I. could remem-
ber that long ag .
",Of course;'.I 'gave, them the.
old 'spiel about Port:. St. 'Joe
being very small, then. I told
them it ended at 16th Street.
There was nothing south of 16th
Street. except the Centennial
Building.
Most df' the streets were
made of oyster shell. or dirt.' A
few were paved, such as Reid
Avenue. Monument Av'enue, to
16th' Street only. Long Avenue
and a few side streets. :
Us boys used to go skinny
dipping in the bayou between,
17th" and 18th: street, where the
'bridge is now across on
Monument Avenue.
And, of course, they had to
know where we-w'ent to school
in those "ancient" days of the
early 40's.
We had more school build-
ings then than they have now.
We 'had THREE buildings,


*. /;" ''
then. They stood where the
nursing home' is now located;
.The elementary school was in
the north building and the north
'half .of the ceenter building.
There was an auditorium in the
center of the center building,
which was. used by-. both high,
school and elementary students.
That building'was built' on.
the same plan as the
Wewahitchka High School build-
ing,-which was'torn down sever-
al years ago. ..
The ''south building was a
two-story red bridck building and
was Gulf County's first masonry
school building. It housed only
high school classes.

WE HAD A LOT OF fun in
that old red building.
The building didn't have 'a
central heating' system. Each'
room was heated by an individ-
ual "warm morning" wood burn-
ing heater. Us boys would vie for
the job of bringing in fire wood
because you got out of class to


do so.
,We'd all bring a pocketful of
pecans or, peanuts to school and
put them on the hot stove to
roast. -
Since we changed classes, in
the red building, we'd all try to
get a seat by the stoye on cold
days and a seat away from the
stove on warm days.
Another ploy we would use
to get out of class would be vol-
unteering, to take the chalk-
board erasers out to dust them',
so they could erase the 'chalk
'dtst off thi boa iii. That one
was good for at least 30 minutes
or so.
r think those boys wanted to
" return to their air-conditioned
school rooms,, even though it is
right in the middle of summer
vacation.'
They now have the benefit of
being served a nutritious meal
every day. They have more than
one ball to play with at recess
time and central heat!


-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 Si. Joe, FL'
VW',|nm H Ransey .... Editor & Publisher, President
Wesley R. Ramsey . . .... -Editor Emeritus
Shirley Ramsey .. Graphic Design/Office Manager


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Hunker Down With Kes by Kesley Colbert


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Federal Class Action Suit Being Filed By Fisheen


by Tim Croft
"* A group of Wakulla Co
fishermen have started
process to file a federal
action lawsuit over the implei
Station of the 1994 net limit;
S amendmentt to the Florida Co
tution, more commonly refe
to as the "net ban."
Retired Circuit Court Ju
Charles D. McClure has 1
retained by the Wakulla Fis
men's Assoc. to spearhead th
S.ing and litigation of the $1 bi
suit. ,
"The state took the live
Fishermen with the way it in
r' rented the net limitation am
ment and it should pay for ti
said Ronald Fred Crum.
Crtim is, a Panacea atto
S who has worked with the Wak
Fish'ermen'4 Assoc. on sev
'lawsuits in state courts seeking
overturn the state's rule-ma
as it pertains to the 1994 am
nent. -
"Pebple applied preju
r ather'than common sense ir
implementation of the am,
ment," Crum said.


Kesley

walloped him up side, the' ]
with the broken boat paddle-
he didn't know them Cunning
-'boys like we did! Leroy cam
with a flattened out Pnnce A
can and likened to have go
Jack's left eye plum out!
It was a better' fight every
Mr. Pearson recounted it! I
still."see" to this day ole Lero%
ing back through that broken
S dow brandishing his Pnnce A
Weapon! ,
; ', Why would anyone war
limit themselves by being hand
by the media-showed
told-what you were looking
why each of the principals
involved, what their under
physiological make' up was


McClure, ironically, was a
unty judge who ruled for fishermen in
the a case that came before him in
class Wakulla County.
men- He ruled that what was then
nation called the Pringle-Crum net, now,
nsti- known as the McClure net, which
erred had a main body.of 500 square
feet with two side panels, was,
udge legal.
been His ruling was later stayed by
sher- the First District Court of Appeals
e fil- on a legal technicality.
million "I did not think that the sate
had carried their burden or had a
-s of basis for deciding these nets were
nple- not legal," McCl re said from his"
end- Tallahassee office,.
,hat," The central issue' in.the feder-
'al class action suit, Crum said, is
rney that the Marine Commission, now
kulla folded into the Fish and Wildlife
reral Conservation Commission, did'
ng.to not follow the people's intent in
king implementing the 1994 amend-
end- ment., I.
"Had the state implemented
dice the amendment as the people
i. the intended, as a method of marine
end- resource management, we would
not have' had a problem with


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head led them to this particular point,
-butt what their religious preferences
ham are, their 'poliutcal persuasion, the
e up relationship between them and
dbert' their ex-mothier-iri-law. ...
uged Why. can't the news folks do it
the Sergeant Joe Friday
time way-"just the facts. mia'am" and
can : give us, a little credit for thinking:
Sfly on: our own!)
win- I "thank God for my half-way
dbert good enough sense to chew over
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that," Crum said. "Instead .they
implemented it as a ban on nets."
As implemented, the amend-
ment,, which was approved,. by
more than 70 percent of voters,
prohibited the use- of nets larger
than 500 square feet or with more
than a two-inch, mesh in state
waters.,.
"The way the law is adminis-
tered feel is wrong,'" McClure
said. "We feel there is a different
standard of enforcement around
the state.
The result has -been a myriad
oft lawsuits that have 'lumbered,
through various state courts for
several years.
An intriguing aspect to a:
potential federal lawsuit would be
suing Florida under the Amencan
with Disabilities Act.
In a nutshell, the argument
Would be that the enforcement of
the net limitation amendment vio-,
lates the civil rights of disabled
fishermen by not accounting for
their disability. in enforcement of
the law. .:
McClure said he sat,.down for'
several hours last week with
members of the governor's staff to,
examine the issue.
He said they were unaware of
the lack of cnteria set forth so
fishermen can bring in a net and
have it tagged as having passed
inspection and legal. ,
McClure said bhe discussed
two options the governor had at
his disposal to settle the disparate
lawsuits and bring some unifor-
mity to enforcement of the net
limitation amendment.
One would be for the governor
to request an advisory opinion
from the Florida Supreme Court.
an executive power only the gov-

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"They don't want to overturn
the amendment," .McClure said;
"It preserves a part of the heritage
of the state '- that's the seafood.
"They just want to fish locally
and make a living."
. For now, McClure said, he,
Crum and the Wakulla fisherman,
are gathering information and
support while waiting on an
answer from the governor's office
on what he is willing to do.
To join in the lawsuit. there
will be a $150 fee for any, fisher-,,
man to enroll their name among '
the plaintiffs in the case.
Checks or money orders
should, be mailed directly to
McClure. 825 Thomasville Rd.
Tallahassee. 32303.


ernor possesses.
The other would be for the
governor to request a written
report from 'the, FWCC on. its
method of enforcement.
Again, :nly the governor has
the 'power to, request such a
Review.
'What we are trying to do is
keep it at a local level and not
have: it, go to federal court,"
McClure said., "If we can get this
dorie on the state level it will be a.
whole lot less expensive for my.
clients."
McClure and Crum both
emphasized that the intent of the
suit was not to strike the contest-
ed amendment from the Constitu-
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Crum said they could not pin-
point the number of plaintiffs who
might participate in the lawsuit
but estimated it could be 15,000-
20,000.
Crum said there would meet-
ings held throughout the state in
the coming weeks to explain the
efforts being undertaken., i
Meetings are being scheduled
in Palm Beach. Homosassa
Springs, Franklin and Gulf coun-
ties, Crum said. ..
He added that the Gulf Coun-
ty meeting should be held in the
next four to six weeks.
For more information" or. to
learn about upcoming meetings
contact Crum at P.O. Box 145.
Panacea, 32346.


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ly come from Overstreet, but in
the immediate a huge fuel-pow-
ered generator will provide all
power to the house.
The land 'is owned by the St.
Joe Co., which also contracted to
build the house, which should be
completed by the end of August or
early September.
The cost of the lot and unfur-
nished house is nearly $900,000.
HGTV will also be completely fur-
nishing the house.
The completed furnished
house will be given away free,
save the gift taxes the Internal


by Tim Croft
Deep into the woods west of
Mexico, Beach, more -than four
miles of dirt from the nearest
pavement, a dream house is ris-
ing along the banks of East Bay.
Exactly whose dream house it
is won't be determined until early
next year.
SThe houses the. newest
dream' house constructed for a
contest run by HGTV, the home
improvement, gardening and dee-
orating cable station.
Built on just over 1.2 acres,
the main house will encompass'
some 2,700 square feet,' including
a mammoth main room with high
vaulted ceilings and a fireplace.
There will also be a spacious
area for an outdoor hot tub and
enough bed, and bath space to
house a small army of visitors.
Nearly every room in the main'
house offers a panoramic view -
'evidenced by 96, about 8100,000
worth,'windows of the bay and
the dolphins that can be occas-
sonally seen frolicing nearby.
There, will also be 'a 53-foot
dock leading to a, state-of-the-art
dock house.
A s summer kitchen/pafio.
building will permit outdoor
entertaining and there will also be
a greenhouse constructed on the
grounds. .
: There will be some infrastriic-
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Vacationer Drowns at Mexico Beach


by Tim Croft
A 24-year-old vacationer from
Cairo, Ga., apparently drowned
last Friday night at Mexico Beach,
a tragedy extremely rare for the
generally shallow, clear waters
along that city's beachfront.
'Douglas' Robinson's body was
discovered after a 14-hour search
by members of Gulf County
Search and Rescue, Bay County
Search and Rescue and the Flori-
da Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission.
Robinson's .body was found


on -the east side of the jetty
straight out from the Canal,
about as deep as the water gets at
Mexico' Beach, said, Sgt.. John
Murnan of the city's police
department.
Robinson had been fishing
before deciding to take'a dip.
"He said he wasn't getting any
bites so he decided to take a
swim," Murnan said. "He walked
down to the water and went in."
"That was about 9:30 p.m.,Fri-
day. Robinson entered the water
on. the 'west side of the jetty.
"His family said he was a good
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swimmer," Murnan said. "ThatS's
,why they didn't panic until about.,
11 p.m. They figured he had gone.
back to the house."',
Robinson's body was discov-
ered about 1:45 p.m. Saturday.
Murnan, who has lived and,
worked in Mexico Beach since'-
1985, said he couldn't recall'
another drowning in, the waters .
off Mexico Beach.
S Some residents date the last
drowning back to the 1970s.
The water is .generally shallow
and clear. There is also a lack of'
'undertows and riptides that occur
at beaches such as those in Pana-
ma City and further west.
"With the natural, contour of"
the Cape we don't get the under-,.
tow," Murnan said.


"It has to get really bad,"'
almost a hurricane. with lightning
and ever.-thing to get undertows.
Then you .aren't going to go out
swimming anyway." .
Murnan said the water was a.
little choppy Friday night. but
there were no reports of under-'
tows or riptides.
"Even if you found youLrselrin
one generally all you'd have to db
is stand up," Murnan said.


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Sept. 27 BAKER
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On March 23,. Danielle
Alessandra' Rinaldi and Charles
:Michael Watson exchanged vows
in a military wedding at the Holy
Rosary Church in Washington,
D.C. Father Charles Zanoni per-
formed the double-ring ceremony.
1 The bride is the .daughter of
Mr. and, Mrs. Frank Rinaldi of
Fair(ax, Virginia. She is the
granddaughter of Mrs. Fortunato
Rinaldi of Brooklyn, New York,
and the late Fortunato Rinaldi,
and the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Rizzuto of New York.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Temple Watson of Port
St. Joe. He is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert E. Thornton of
S Jasper. Alabama, and the late Mr.
and Mrs. Neulan Clyde Watson of
Laurel, Mississippi.
Colossians 3:12-17 was read
by Jams Noto of Freeport, New
York: Corinthians 13:3-13 by
Agnes Brown of Fairfax. Virginia:
and Song of Solomon 8:6-7 by
Arthur Gerundo of Smith Port.
New York.
Given in marriage by her
mother and father, the bride wore
S an elegant Oleg Cassmi strapless
silk gown with flower vine
appliques.
The maid of honor was Laura
Dixon of Fairfax. Virginia. child-
hood friend of the bride.
S Bridesmaids were Dawn
Manganello of Holbrook. New
York, first cousin of the bnde:
Ensign Jocelyn Butcher of
Overla)id Park. Kansas. track
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and Second Lieutenant Marcia
Flack of Painesville, Ohio, track
teammate and friend of the bride.
The flower girl, was Alexis.
Evan Rinaldi of Grand Junction,
Colorado. She was escorted by her
father, the brother of the bride.
Alexis carried a basket filled with
rose petals.
Best man was Ensign Peter
Mitalas of Jacksonville, friend and
classmate of the groom.
Groomsmen were Ensign Brad
Whittington of St. Augustine,
friend and classmate of the
groom; Ensign Nick Panos of
Orlando, friend and schoolmate of
the groom; and Ensign Roy
Emmanuel of Nebraska, friend of
the groom.
Organist Maria Marigliano
presented a program of classical
and religious selections including:
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring by
Bach, Dona Nobis Pacem, Jesus,
Lamb of God, cand Panis Angelicus.
The attendants entered the
sanctuary to Pachelbel's Canon in
D Major. The bride and her par-
ents entered to The Bridal Chorus
by Wagner.
Following the seating of the
guests, the mothers came to the
altar to light the unity candles.
After exchanging wedding
vows and rings and lighting the
unity candle, the bride and groom
exited the church- to
Mendelssohn's Wedding .March
under an arch of swords formed
by the groomsmen.
The church was decorated
with two fan-shaped fresh floral
arrangements composed of multi-
colored assorted spring flowers.
Every other pew had white satin-
finish based ribbons accented
with tulle and lace,, overlays ahnd
ruscus.
Immediately following the
wedding a reception was held at
the Casa Italiana. Each guest
table had an 18" vase with a full
spray of dendrobium orchids
accented with bear grass sur-
rounded by three votive candles.
The bride and groom's table and
the attendants' tables had silk
stephanotis and greenery garland
around the edge. Bouquets and
bows from the ceremony were
placed on the tables with votive
candle accents. The bride's cake
was adorned with an arrangement
of multicolored fresh flowers that
cascaded down and onto the


table.
Following hors d'oeuvres con-
sisting of raw vegetables; a chunk
cheese platter; whole poached
salmon with dill sauce; mush-
room caps filled with sausage,
spinach and crab meat; bacon
wrapped shrimp; miniature
quiche lorraine: sausage pieces,in .
marinara sauce the guests
enjoyed a dinner buffet of cheese-
filled cannelloni with marinara ,,
sauce; breast, of chicken
Florentine; peas,. onions and :
mushrooms; duohess potatoes;:,.
green .salad;, bread, coffee and
wedding cake.
Mr. and Mrs Temple Watson
hosted a rehearsal dinner at
Phillips Flagship Restaurant near
the Potomac River in Washington.
DC, on March 22.
After a wedding trip to the
Caribbean the couple resides. in
Jacksonville, where they are serv-
ing as officers in the' Navy.

Final Plans for

Casey White and
Josh Ludlam
A wedding for, Casey White
and Josh Ludlam is being
planned for Friday, July,26, at 7
p.m. at,' the, Constitution
Monument. No local invitations
are being sent.
All friends and, family are
invited to attend. A reception will
follow in the Centennial Building.


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with a party at her home. She is
the daughter of Mark and Cindy
Powell of Ft. Myers.
Helping her celebrate were
grandparents Lavernon and
Juanita Powell.

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-,-. 6A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JULY 18, 2002


Kenn in gton-Stewart


Thank You


Our family would like toi
thank all the canng people for the


Wedding
Alice Wanda Kennington and
David Nathan Stewart were
united in marriage on the evening
of Saturday, May 11, at Panama
City Beach. The romantic sunset
ceremony took place aboard the
Lady Andersofn Dining Yacht and
was performed by Captain Lincoln
Cavanaugh.
Alice is the daughter of
George and Gayle Kennington of
Port St. Joe. She is the grand-
daughter of Mildred .Kennington
and the late G.L. Kennington, Jr.,
and Mary Neel and the late Wade
Neel, all of Port St. Joe.
David is the son ,of Mary
Loflin of Panama City, and John
and Phyllis Stewart of Butte,
Montana. He is the grandson of
Ethel Wise and the ,late. George
Loflin of Odessa, Texas and the
late John and Doris Stewart of
Butte, Montana.
Given in marriage by her par-
ents and escorted by her father,
Alice was radiant in a white satin
and tulle gown. She wore a finger-
tip length veil attached to a head-
piece of iridescent sequins and
pearls. The bride wore her
mother's diamond and pearl drop
earrings as her only jewelry, and
carried a cascading bouquet of
white roses, delicate lavender
hydrangea, flowing lavender rib-
bons and iridescent beading:. ,
Serving as matron.of honor
was her long-time'friend, .Chantel
Guiter. Crystal Kennington, sister
of the bride, and Heather. Garvey,
friend of .the bride. were brides-
naids. All wore formal gowns of
lavender satin, and carried boti-
quets in shades of purple.
David 'was handsome, in a a
black, single-breasted tuxedo with
satin lapels. silver brocade vest
and silver tie. His ensemble was
accented by a' white rose-and-
lavender hydrangea petals bou-
tonniere.
David's best man was his life-
long friend, Patrick O'Brien.
Groomsmen were Richard Wenger
and Richmond Towles. friends of"
the groom. They and the bride's
father wore single-breasted black
tuxedos, silver vests and black
ties, with:a white rose.
Mallory Gay served as flower
,girl, and Dylan Guiter as ring
bearer.
Following a honeymoon trip to
Yellowstone National Park and
Butte,, Montana. the couple
resides in Bayou George.


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ung and Von Bouingtonth


Bouingtos Celebrate 50th
^ nJ1. -:, e e .r a'!^ *


Bo and Von Bouington were
married on July 26, 1952, and
will be celebrating the occasion of
their 50th anniversary on July'26


food, flowers, visits and prayers
during the illness and loss of Qur'
loved one, Charlie Foster. May
God bless each of you.
Pearl Foster and Family ;
Sincerest Thanks
SThe ,family of Lee Murray
would like to extend the warmest
and sincerest of thanks to the
communities of Mexico Beach and
Port St. Joe for all of the wonder-
ful support and great food dunng
ithe time of grief we recently expe-
rienced.
Thank You,
Port Saint Joe
Our family would like to
extend our sincere gratitude to
everyone who assisted our daugh-
ter, Savanna, on the Fourth of
July. WVhile"on her bike at._nd gi
the holiday celebration -at t.
,park. she was injured by a trude "
So many people came to the res-
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from 5 to, 7 p.m. at the Nazarene ,
Church Fellowship Hall in Port St.
Joe .
Congratulations are extended


agency personnel, friends' and
many, others attending the cele-
bration in the park: as well as the
staff at the-Hospital.
We are pleased to report that
Savanna is recm"'ering'ell 'but
won't be riding a bike anytime in
the,near future. Unfortunately we
do not know the names of every
person and we don't want to mi-s.;
or leave anyone out who helped in
anv way. So by this letter we want
to genuinely thank E\VERYONE!!!
This was an unfortunate acci-
dent but the care, concern, assis-
tance and prayers have only
reinforced one of the reasons our


from their children and grandchil-
dren on this most beautiful and
grand achievement during their
journey together. :


family decided to move here, the
wonderful people of Port'St. Joe!'
Our sincere thanks to all,
Jim and Brenda Garth
Special Thanks
We would like to thank every -
one for the care and kindness
shown our mother in the hospital,
nursing home, home -care and
hospice.
Special thanks tod Wayne
BlevMins. P.A.. Sybil L. and Rhonda
Page.
The Family of Dorothy
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Some Changes Made

To Scallop Festival


It is Scallop Festival time
again! The 2002 Scallop Festival
should be the BEST ever.
The Scallop Comrruttee has
worked many hours to prepare for
this year's event. There are
changes this year which will
address some problems from last
year. The number one problem
last year-no scallops-has been
solved. We have scallops!
This year's festival will have
cooked and frozen scallops to offer
festival attendees. The Gulf
County Chamber of Commerce
will be the only vendor selling
scallops. They will have fried scal-
lops and french fries at their
booth at a reasonable price. These
,will be delicious to enjoy on the
spot but an added bonus for this
year-you can take frozen scal-
-lops home to enjoy later. These
-will be in five pound bags So
bring your cooler with you to take
some home.
Shrimp Public
Workshop in

" Apalachicola
The Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
has scheduled a public workshop
in Apalachicola to receive testi-
S mony regarding the inshore
shrimp Fishery in northwest
Florida. This is a continuation of
the statewide management plan
for that fishery which includes.
but is not limited to. the status of
the fisher, allowable harvesting
areas. count law and skimrder
Irawls.
The FWC encourages inter-
ested persons to participate at the
the workshops, which will take
place Tuesday. July 30 from 6-8
p.m. at the Franklin' County,
Courthouse (Main Courtroom), 33
Market Street. in Apalachicola.
Anyone requiring special
accommodations to participate in
the workshop should advise the
agency at least five calendar days
before the workshop by contacting
Cmdy Hoffman at 850/488-6411.
S Heanng- or speech-impaired per-
ons should contact the agency by
calling 850/488-9542 to arrange
assistance.


Some local groups will be
preparing food such as gumbo,
crawfish, etc. Although food is one
of the best parts of the festival.
there will also be plenty of activi-
ties for the children. Dune Buggy
the Clown will be there to enter-
tain kids young and old. A new
feature this year will be a tractor
pull for their youngsters. Watch
for more details and information.
Vendors will be selling arts and
crafts for your shopping pleasure.
Entertainment is another
large part of the Scallop Festival
and this year is looking great!
Local entertainers and some
groups from out-of-town have
been lined up to entertain you.
Another change will be loca-
tion. They're moving downtown.
They want ro support the local
business members and mer-
chants this year. They felt one
good way to do this was to move
the festival downtown. Members
have been moving to the park for
years so The Chamber is are
excited about helping them. They
will have some great festival items
on sale.
The Scallop Committee would
like to invit their group or orga-
nization to be a participant this
year. Call them at 227-1223 to
sign up. There is no charge for
local non-profit groups This is a
wonderful opportunity to work
together, support Chamber events
and showcase'their community.
Of course, they need sponsors!
Call them-they have a plan that
will work for you! Their email
address is gulfchamber@gtcom.
net and then fax.is 227-9684.
Contact the Chamber today" to
participate in the best ever
Scallop Festival.


New Bethel AME
Appreciation Program
An appreciation service will
be held at New Bethel A.M.E.
Church. 149 Avenue C. on
Sunday July 21 at 11 a.m. This
service is in honor of Pastor
Calvin Griffin, Sr.
The rhessage will be given by
the Rev.' John M. Rutledge of


A full house greeted county comui
three budget workshops.


Billion-

hearing.
Provisions of Florida Statutes
will not allow taxing authorities to
raise budgets beyond these tenta-
tive budget figures after the
August 2 deadline for this portion
.of the budget process to be com-
pleted. Decreases in .the budget
can be made during the public
hearing process.
After TRIM notices are mailed
the first public heanng will be
held by taxing authorities. Public
input on the tentative budget is
called for at this time.The board
will address the publics concerns
and made any desired budget
adjustments. The budget figures
are then set. village rates calcu-
lated, and the final public hear-
ings are set.
Lastly the final public budget
hearings are held and the final
budget and rmllage rates are set
for the various taxing authorities.
These rates are sent to the prop-
erty appraiser who will in turn

Open House
Come Meet Your Teacher
open house will be held from noon
to 2 p.m. ET on Tuesday. August
6, at Port St. Joe Elementary
School.
School will begin on
Wednesday, August 7.

Tampa. a former pastor of New
Bethel who is now retired.


Everyone
this service.


is invited to attend
I


un de rtnd, run gS. UI oiMnug S milin sss, m en


Understanding Millage
Understanding millage rates
can be complicated. The number
Is used as a multiplier to deter-
mine tax bills based on taxpayer's
assessed values of their property.
Using last year's county mill-
age rate for, example (6.5750
mills)- This rate is multiplied by
the assessed value of a person's
property to figure the county por-
tion of taxes owed. A property val-
ued at S100.000.vithout exemp-
tions would would have been
assessed S657.50 for the county,
portion of last year's taxes.
When total property values go
up, as they have this year. taxing
authorities can actually lower
rnillage rates and raise the same
amount of dollars-this is called
the roll-back rate. Because of the


8153.5 million assessment
Increase this year. the county s
roll back rate Is 5.8100 mills
according to the clerk's calcula-
tions.
If. on. the other hand, the
county, or any other taxing
authority, was to use the same
village numbers as last year an
additional sum of money would.
be raised.
In the case of the county this
figure is $1,015,967.00 in addi-
tional revenues at 6.5750 mills.
These numbers will also be
impacted similarly for the Gulf
County School Board as they
begin evaluating local funding for
schools.


From Page 1


send out tax notices based on the
millage rates approved by the
boards.


PSJ

-From Page 1
tion of Highway 98 and First
Street. This has been determined
to be a hazardous intersection
and the members are unanimous
in support of the installation of a
turn lane. Preble Rish Engineer
Bill Kennedy said the state has
agreed to reallocate existing grant
funds to help with the process.
In Other Business
-Kennedy updated the board
on renovation progress at the
Centennial Building. He also said
the firm was nearly finished with
the sewer system feasibility.study.
A workshop will be called to
review the data when the study is
completed.
Following a recommendation
from Commissioner David Hor.tqn
the board agreed to send a letter
to the Gulf County Economic
Development Council' and county
expressing support, for the council
and asking director Karen Whaley
to reconsider her resignation.


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NATHAN PETERS, Jr


From left- Joey Peters, Dr. Nathan Peters, III,
Marorne Peters, Nathan Peters, Jr., Byron Peters,
and seated -Mary Peters. Not shown are
Nathan's sons, John Bryant and Stanley Peters.


He feels that his long experience in city and county government
makes him well qualified for county commissioner in District 4.
Peters is the.only county commissioner who has completed the
30-hours county commissioner certification. Peters is an active
member of' Nw bethel A.M.e. Church, member of the trustee
board, president of Usher board Number 1, and chief usher City
Wide Ushers Union. He is budget director of the Davida Byrd
Scholarship Foundation, vice president and chairman of proc
grams for the Concerned Christian Society, and served as chair-
man of the Board of County 'Commissioners in 1990, 1993,
1997, and 2001. Peters is honest, dependable, experienced,
responsible, and dedicated.

According to Peters Gulf County is home, and he is a hometown
boy working for all of the people in Gulf County. I pledge my
allegiance to Gulf County and its citizens. God is our Father,
Christ is our Redeemer, and man is our brother. May the works I
have done speak for me.

I appreciate your backing, and look forward to your continued
support. You may send your campaign contributions to 404
Peters St., Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JULY 18, 2002


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Sheriff's Office Closing
Out 4 Month Long Drug
Investigation
Sheriff Frank McKeithen,
Investigator Jake Richards, and
Investigator Ricky Tolbert began
making arrests after a four month
investigation into the sale and dis-
tribution of drugs in Gulf County.
Sheriff McKeithen reports that
other arrests are forthcoming.
.During this investigation,
Curtis Gray allegedly sold crack
cocaine to undercover operatives
two ,different times, while Lois
Pitts allegedly counseled with the
operative and stood by -as Gray'
retrieved the crack he was selling.
Also arrested in another inci-
dent was Travis Woullard. for pos-
session of marijuana. A
subsequent search of his room
recovered ten rocks of crack
cocaine, and he was charged with
possession of crack cocaine with
intent to distribute.
On two separate occasions.
Robert James Wright sold crack
cocaine to an undercover officer
outside a local bar: he was


arrested.
Michael Yarrell was arrested
for conspiracy to sell crack
cocaine after attempting to sell to
an undercover officer. The officer
didn't complete the transaction
because the arrangements
sounded too risky. Deputies
returned to the residence to effect
,the arrest for conspiracy to sell
and Yarrell refused to cooperate,
fighting and kicking officers, and
incurring additional charges of
resisting officers with violence.
Teresa Hicks, present at this
time, was charged with disorderly
conduct and resisting without vCio-
lence for interfering with Yarrell's
arrest.
During another segment: of
the investigation. Wilbur L. Wright
delivered 8300 worth of crack
cocaine to an undercover officer
and was arrested for,sale of crack
cocaine. A visit to his residence
revealed tvo malnourished and
neglected pit bulls, and 30 large
marijuana plants. Wright was
charged with cultivation of mari-
juana, and faces pending charges
of cruelty to animals. Cynthia
Sims was arrested during this
investigation for principle to sale


of crack cocaine when she drove'
Wright to the meet.
The Gulf County Sheriffs'
office also assisted in the location
and arrest of Michael Thomas and
Jabar Clayton for the Bay County
Sheriffs office.
RECENT BOOKINGS AT THE
GULF COUNTY JAIL ..
Monday, July 1s-t-Carlos
Taylor.' Jr, contempt of court,
(DWLSR);' Tiara M. Stokes, aiding
escape.
Tuesday. July 2nd-C--arlos C.
Lucas, false 911 calls, corruption
by threat; Alonzo V. James.
attaching' tag not assigned, pos-
session of marijuana aand drug
paraphernalia; Phillip W. Barfleld,
criminal registrant.
Wednesday, July 3rd-
Norman Jones., disorderly con-'
duct, loitering and prowling;
George D. Hodge, failure to regis-
ter as convicted felon; Shawn M.
Voyles, violation 'of .probation;
James M. Hodges, violation, of
probation; Timothy C. Pippin, dri-
ving xith suspended or revoked
license..
Thursday. July ith-David G.
Kunich. failed to appear on mak-


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Crawford, five counts failed to
appear on worthless checks.
Wednesday, Jxuly 0IQh-Robin
Dyer, criminal registrant: Wilbur
L. Wright. possession crack
cocaine with intent to distribute.
cultivation of marijuana:
Frederick L. Owens. violation of
probation on three counts sale of
cocaine: Curtis L. Gray. two
counts of sale of crack cocaine:
Cynthia Sims, principle to sale of
crack cocaine: Lois A. Pitts.
twocounts of principle to sale
crack cocaine: Tenelva Y.
Hutchinson. violation of probation
for lewd and lascivious: Travis K.
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juana and possession of crack
cocaine with intent to distribute:
Melissa A. Rhames, DUI.
Thursday, July I th--Jeri D.
Fallin. DUI and leaving scene of
accident: Theresa M. Oglesby,
failed to appear for DUI.
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violence, inciting a riot (breach of
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Aileen VanVleet
Aileen Hope VanVleet, age 81,
passed away at her home in,
Memphis, Tennessee on Friday,
July 12, and will be buried in
Oxford, Michigan, where she
spent most of her life.
Arleen is surnved by her son,
Dan. VanVleet and his wife,
Debbie, of Port St. Joe, and her
son, Jerry and his wife, Marge
VanVleet. from Memphis. She Was
'the proud grandmother ofa
Morgan. Devon. Derrick and
Stephanie VanVleet, and great-
grandmother of Jacoby and
Michaela. Aileen was an avid fish-
erman and, spent many hours
with her husband. Harold. teach-
ing their sons. Dan and Jerry.
Show to fish in a rowboat with cane
poles. Aileen was a member of the
First Congregational Church'and
will be rrussed by her family and
friends. .
Memories of her are fond as
we picture her now fishing with
her husband on that perfect lake
under God's guidance. Graveside
services will be held at noon
Friday, July. 19, at Bossardet
Funeral Home in Oxford.
Michigan.


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least a .dozen times, we reached,
seemingly insurmountable leg-
islative obstacles. when no one
would have blamed her had she
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literally the last minute of the leg-
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Mill Demolition-


From Page 1


portions come along only once
every three or four years, Griffith
said Smurfit-Stone is not paying
CCC one dime to bring the mill
down.
"We pay ourselves," Griffith
said. "We are m king the money
for the contract off the scrap."
The company made at least
two visits to the site to assess
and, as Griffith put it, "guessti-
mate" what materials of value
could be salvaged from the mill.
"We are guessing there are
100,000 tons. of ferrous (iron)
steel we'll ship out of here," Grif-
fith said. "There are probably 200
tons of stainless steel and 800
tons of copper wiring."
Take a look at the prices on
the commodities market and do
the math.
The iron steel, which must be
cut into 5x3 feet pieces for melt-
ing will be shipped out by the
Apalachicola and Northern Rail-
road, ultimately destined for
either,Mobile or Tampa.
"(ANRR) will be handling that
entire process," Griffith said.
*Cutting the steel to' melting
size will be done, by the same
company that cut up the pieces of
the destroyed World Trade Center
after the terrorist attacks.
New scales have been erected
near where the evaporator area of
the mill once operated.
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shearerss" is evident in this tangled mass of metal and machinery.


caution to ensure that any steel
or rail car exposed to radiation
does hot enter or leave the site or
contaminate anything.
"All cars coming in are
checked and they are checked on
their way out," Griffith said.,
At least one structure of sev-
eral hundred tons is scheduled to
be- barged for installation at,
Smurfit-Stone's Panama City mill.
For this complex and inten-
sive work, CCC has tried, where
possible, to hire from the' local
ranks.:,
Including a subcontractor, he
said. Griffith said there were 55.
employees on site, roughly 70
percent from the area.
But the nature of the beast,
and the expertise required to per-
form certain tasks, means some-
times searching far and wide for
skilled labor.
-For example, one of the men
operating, the 'big shearers was
brought in from England.
They seem like a pretty good
c-,mpanv.' Hanlon sajd. The\ are
really string to work with the


community."
In the coming months the
changes at the mill will become
far more than cosmetic and more,
evident from the vistas such as
atop the Tapper Bridge.
The demolition of three large
structures in particular, demoli-
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Stephen CGaddis proved once
more that he can fly as he soared
over the bar at 15 feet 6 inches.
Gaddis 'was in attendance.
Saturday, July., 13, at .the annual
Capital City- Christian Cruisers
,Classic. The Classic is held each
year in Tallahassee.
As he has done in the past,
Gaddis waited out the competition
and vaulted alone. He entered the
meet 'at .14 feet and continued


Honors
upward. He captured a personal
best for himself when he cleared
the bar at 15-6. "It's always a good
day when, you can set a personal
record for yourself;" Gaddis said,
"but Im chasing the 16. foot mark
now. I've got the height, I just
need to do it clean in a meet."
Gaddis will have another shot
at the bar when he attends the
AAU Jr. Olympics in Knoxville,
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George 28-2 in only three innings.
Shane Knox was the starting
pitcher. He had two strikeouts
and only allowed two walks. Evan
Branch came in to close the game
in the third inning. He had two
strikeouts and allowed no runs to
score. ,
Leading hitters were Calvin
Pryor with two doubles, and .two
singles; Roman Quinn vith a dou-
ble and a single; Rakeem Quinn
with four singles and 'a, triple:
Dylan Jackson, Levi Richter,

Sam Ellnier, the, youngest
member of the St. Joe Summer
Track Team, also competed
Saturday. He entered the compe-,
tition with the bar set at 5 feet. Her
continued to vault as the bar was
raised and set a personal record
for himself when he cleared 7.feet;
It was only the second meet for'
this 7th grader.,
Gaddis and Ellmer 'both
received meet. T-shirts Iand first
place blue ribbons in their age
divisions.


Shane Knox, Willie Quinn and
Nathan Tarantino each with a sin-
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Powell and Willie Quinn with, sin-
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singles. In the 7th inning Dylan
Jackson hit a line drive to center
field for a double, then -stole third
and home for the winning run.
St. Joe defeated Franklin
County on Thursday with a score
of 10-0., Dylan Jackson pitched
four'- strong innings, with four
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Helping Kids Stay Organized


As the summer months wind
down, parents and children are
undoubtedly turning their atten-
tion to the coming school year
with a mixture of anticipation and
excitement, perhaps even dread. A
new school year presents fresh
challenges and lays waste to the
decidedly less frantic. summer
routine-for both parents and
children. The fact is, the "three
R's" have given way to a much
more daunting schedule of
classes, clubs, practices and
assorted extracurricular activities
for young students to navigate.
Parents can help their chil-
dren stay focused and successful
by encouraging good organiza-
tional habits. The more organized
your child's schedule is, the more
likely it is that you'll be able to
keep your own schedule.
These tips to parents can help
their children get organized.
Dip your toe in the planning
water. Encourage children to
use a school planner to keep
assignments ,in order. Parents
should review the planner with
the child often, and talk about
upcoming assignments arid
* exams. In order to make things
less stressful, have your child list
upcoming activities in the planner
as well, such as a football game or
birthday party.
Begin each morning the night
before pack book bags, lay out
clothes, prepare, lunches and
'review assignments due the next
day so that* children and parents
Shave little to worry about as they
leave in the morning.
Set aside time each night'for
homework so that it becomes
routine. Be considerate of your
child's -homework time by not
watching television; in fact,
"homework time" can be used by
: parents as well, to pay bills, write-
correspondence. etc.
Designate -a work area for the
child, such as a desk in the child's

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room, or a dining room or kitchen
table, where the child can spread
the work out with little distrac-
tion.
Allow "down time" each night.
Just as adults need time to
unwind from a hectic day, so too
do children. Set aside time after
homework for children to relax.
Encourage productive relaxation
such as reading' a book for fun.
It's also a good time for the entire.
family to catch up on the day's
activities.
Designate a "check in" station
in a common area in the house for
everyone, such as the kitchen.
Lay out a daily, planner or calen-
dar and mark significant events
coming up, such as doctor's
appointments for parents and
children. Encourage children to
stop by the "check-in" station
each morning land evening to
update themselves on what might
be going on that week. Also,

Port St. Joe
Angels Take 3rd
Port St. Joe Angels (10 &
under) Dixie Girls softball team
,recently finished third in the state
tournament.
The young ladies picked up a
couple of quick opening day wins
dver Bellview 6-3, and Desoto 17-
6. Angela Canington- and Lilla
Dykes were the winning pitchers.
However, the Angels' met their
match, in the finals of the winners'
bracket losing to last year's state
champion, West Pasco.
Host Okeechobee defeated the
locals in the next game; resulting
in the third place finish.
Leading hitters for Port St.
Joe during the tournament were
Kayla Parker .888, .Angela'
Canington .625, Krysten Keys
.571, and Kristi Davis .666. Other
team members are Miranda
Kilbourn, Ashleigh Lewis, Tayler
Byrd, Megan Gannonr, Cassie
Tullis, Adrian Browning and Katie
Lacour.
The team, coaches and par-
ents would like to express a sin-
cere "thank you" to the entire
community for the support shown
these young girls. They had an
experience of a lifetime and it is
citizens like .the ones in' Port St.
Joe and, the surrounding areas
that made it possible. ,


encourage children to write in
their own significant events (vith
parents' approval), such as prac-
tices, school plays, and birthday
parties. This encourages respon-
sibility and organization, and chil-
dren see that their responsibilities
are as significant as those .of their
parents.
The keys to staying organized
are planning in advance and
developing a routine. By staying
ahead of the game, both children
and parents can be prepared for
what is coming up, and can be
better prepared to handle those.
situations that have a tendency to
pop up. at the least convenient
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1 T. paprika
2 t. minced garlic
Florida lettuce
1/4 c. sesame oil
8 slices french bread
8 tomato slices
Florida lettuce
(Seafood alternatives:
Spanish mackerel or bluefish)
Broil for five minutes and
remove from, oven. Drain and
reserve liquid. -Combine liquid,
tomato paste and add enough
water to make 10 ounces.
Cover top of fish with broccoli,
tomato' sauce then top with
cheese. Return casserole to ,oven
and bake at 3500 F for 5 minutes
or until, mixture is bubbling.
Remove from oven and let sit for
10 minutes. Yield: 6 servings
Cut fillets into. 6 servings.
Combine'.oil and garlic. Brush fil-
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broiler pan. Sprinkle. generously
with paprika. Broil 5 to 6 inches
from source of heat until fish
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lettuce and tomatoes. Yield: 6,
servings.

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North Fla. Motor


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Early Model
1. Robo Hutchinson; 2. Ben
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Duane Bates; 5. Phillip Anderson;
6. Mike Taylor, 7. Teddy Sasser;
8. Clinton Mears; 9. Marty Roesle;
10. Randy McClendon; 11. Guy
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Enduro
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Tony Easter; 5. James Golden; 6.
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8. Tom Weigel; 9. Jim Gander; 10.
Joe Griffin; 11. Joe Gander; 12.
Gary Walker; 13. John Melvin; 14.
Wesley Griffin; 15. John O'Brien.
Hobby
1. Corbitt Moseley; / 2. Jeff
Hutchinson; 3" Mano Lupi; 4.
Jerry Bass; 5. Alan Flowers; 6.
Preston Lefstead: 7. Kenny Peck;
8. Tommy. Hall; 9. Todd Moseley;
10. Leonard Rice; 11. Skeeter
Redmon; 12. Tony Payne; 13.
Dennis Adams Sr.
IMCA
1. Todd Neiheiser; 2. Darrell
George; 3. Maylon Palmer; 4.
Doug Rogers; 5. Michael Clayton;
6. Tom Galblreath .
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Wasson; 5. Cory McKay; 6. Lance
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Mini Mods
1. Kevin Ramsey; 2. Ken
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Brad Hobby.
Pure Stock
1. Foster Nelson; 2. Andy
Hall; 3. Dennis Adams; 4. Charlie
Goodwin; 5. Jonathan Melvin; 6.
Waldo McGuffey Jr.; 7. Darrian
Turner; 8. Larry "Kojak" Davis; 9.
Chris Litton; 10. ,Chris Miles; 11.
Larry Speedling; 12. Justin Gold:-
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Limited Super Street
1. Andy Beatty; 2. Tony
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Greg "Opie" Steverson; 5. Steve
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Col. Larry New took command
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monies last Friday.
New, a brigadier general
select, succeeds Brig. Gen.
William Hodgkins, who has been
reassigned to Larissa, Greece, as
a deputy commander with NATO.
New arrives at Tyndall from
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Virginia.
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requirements, responsible for all
functions relating to the acquisi-
tion of weapon systems, for the
combat air forces, including the
F-22 Raptor.
The Raptor is the U.S. Air


Force's newest tighter jet.
The first operational
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next year.
Tyndall will be the exclusive
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it is for F-15C pilots.
Construction is ongoing :at
Tyndall on new' facilities to house
and maintain the F-22.
The 325th Fighter Wing is
comprised of 4,849 personnel and
78 F-15 aircraft and provides
support for about 1,400 addition-
al personnel in 30 associate units.
The wing is the exclusive
training unit for air battle man-
agers as well as F-15 pilots.


GMFC to Suspend Long:Lines


Col. Larry D. New, left, takes command of the 325th Fighter Wing at
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Nugent From Page 1


sion to let go, figuring his best"
chance of survival was to get off
this roller coaster when' Farmer'
slowed to make the turn.'
"I figured it was now or
never," Nugent said. "'This was a
good place to get off the car and
not die.'
"I just let go there and hoped
for the best. And I got the best."
If, that is, your idea, of the-
best is having your legs run over
by a rear tire as Farmer made the
turn and rolling about 25, feet
across pavement.
Or having your back and legs,
turned the c61or of purple and
raspberry by road rash while'tat-'
tooed, with an ugly multi-colored
bruise running the length: of your
upper arm. '
Amazingly, Nugent survived
without serious injury, including
no broken bones.
"All my parts were there,"
Nugent was relieved to say after


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Bay Medical Center.
And come Monday, there he
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"It was time to go back to,
work," Nugent said matter-of-
factly.-"It's what we do and some-
times bad things happen.
"I wasn't' going to gain any-
thing by sitting around at home."
When asked why Nugent was
,back at work when many would
have justifiably taken some time
'off to heal from such an ordeal,
McKeithen chuckled and said,;
"He did it just so he could prove to
me he could."
There was no kidding about
the potential outcome, however.
Nugent said .he was not a
church-going man, per se, but
was a religious one. "
And if anything will instill a
belief in a Supreme Being in a
man, a ride such as he endured
-will do the trick, thank you.
'This makes you believe there
is somebody looking out for you
and when it is your time and
when it's not your time," Nugent
said. "It just wasn't my time, I
guess."
McKeithen, noted that the
incident also served as a peek into
the world of small county law
enforcement.
"It's just as dangerous to
police in a small county as it is in
a large county." McKeithen said.
"We are dealing with very danger-
ous, people.
"But in a small county you
,,don't 'have the (manpower) you
,have in a large county. Where else
are you going to find the sheriff
and the captain on a stakeout? In,
a large county they would have
have all kinds of people there with
you as backup." '
Officers pursued Farmer, 48,
into an alley in North Port St. Joe
where he was taken into custody.
He, was: charged with attempt-

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The Gulf of Mexico,- Fishery
Management Council voted last
week to suspend longline fishing
within, 80 miles of the Florida
coast.
The intent of the action,
which passed on,a 13-3 vote, is to
aid in the recovery of the red
grouper population, which was
declared over-fished in November
2000.
"They had to come up with a
plan to replenish the red
grouper," said Peter Hood. a fish-
ery biologist with the Council in
Tampa. .
The recommendation must
still be signed off on by the Secre-'
tary of Cdmmerce.
Before that, it will be reviewed
by the National Fisheries Service,
with the public given a chance for
comment on the proposal.
'"The earliest this thing will be'
implemented would be January 1,
I think, and it will probably take,
longer," Hood said.
He noted that-' an updated
assessment of the grouper popu-
lation in the gulf will be available '
in August and depending on what
that, assessment shows, the
"Council might need to take fur-
ther action or these (proposed)
measures may need not be so
' severe." /
While common sense mrhight
dictate holding off on' any action
until that updated assessment,.
Hood said, federal law required
the Council to reach a deadline on
making a recommendation to the
Secretary of Commerce.
The. new regulations prohibit
longline fishing in water less than
50 fathoms, or roughly 300. feet
deep.
The current guideline is ~a
depth of 120 feet.
Given: the continental shelf
formation on the state's West
Coast, the new rules would mean'
longliners can not fish within 80

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That cuts longliners out of
reef fishing for stocks such as
grouper.
'That's going to hurt them,"'
Hood said.
Within that 80 mile limit,
longliners will likely have to con-
vert to gear such as vertical lines
or rod and reels, Hood added.
The minimum size for red
grouper- will also be increased
from ,20 to 22 inches and the
recreational bag limit Jis five
grouper, only two being. red.
..grouper.
Currently, the bag limit is five-
with. no restriction on 'what'
species of grouper.
Further, the commercial shal-
low water quota for all grouper.
including gag, black, red, etc., will
be reduced from 9.35 million
pounds gutted weight to 7.08 mil-
lion pounds, Hood said.
The Fishery. Management'
Council action comes in the wake
of assessments showing that the
red, grouper population is about
60 percent of maximum sustain-
able yield: .
S'That's not homble and the
fish will come back if there is no
fishing," Hood said. "But that isn't.
reasonable, there is an economic
impact and we wouldn't have all
those grouper sandwiches.'
"But we need to rebuild that
population back in 10 years. It's
probably going to take longer than
10 years to: rebuild it."
Biologists estimated the cur-
rent harvest needed to be reduced
by some 2 million pounds.
'The council has been grap-
pling with this for a long time,"
Hood said. 'This allows us to bet-
ter protect the stock."
Council member Karen Bell of
A.P. Bell Fish Co. in Cortez,, how-
ever, disagreed with the panel's
decision. ,
"We. are putting these guys
out'of, business," she told the
Associated Press. "I know that's
what the intent here is to do -2just
get rid of them but it's wrong."
"The council also lifted a
month-long seasonal ban of com-
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JULY 18, 2002 PAGE 1B


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by Barbara Eells, sea turtle per-
mit holder/wildlife rehabilitator
Sea turtles, mostly logger-
head, a few green, and a
leatherback have nested and will
continue to nest on our local
beaches. The nesting count is
down from last year's and is down
all around the Panhandle of
Florida. This is also the time when
some of the nests are ready to
hatch The hatching season will
continue until October and maybe
even into the first of November,
depending on how late Mama tur-
tle made a nest.
Mature sea turtles (from 17-
25 years old) can lay eggs, with
some species laying up to three
times in a season. Mating takes.
place off-shore with the female's
clutches of eggs being fertilized in
the months. prior to laying. A
leatherback may lay her eggs as
early as March and a green may
lay as early as April. Loggerheads
will begin laying in May. All will
continue to lay through as late as
September.
The mother 'sea turtle will
' sometimes make a false crawl,
meaning that she wasn't ready or,
she was disturbed, even going so
far as to actually dig an area and
for whatever reason, change her
mind. Once she does come ashore
to lay her eggs, she finds.the right
spot, digs with her rear flippers a
nest cavity some 2-1/2 feet deep,
depending on the turtle species,
and deposits 'an average of 115
eggs. She covers them and leaves
them to incubate in their nest for
a period of 60-65 days here in the
Panhandle. If it's cooler tempera-
tures, it may take a little longer,
for them to hatch and emerge.
The hatchlings will begin to
break the eggselle open with their
egg tooth and begin moving
around. .(As the eggs are
deposited, air spaces remain
intact inside the nest.) The move-
ment of baby; turtles inside the
nest causes the egg shells to drop
and the babies move upward in,.
the cavity. This event occurs over
a 3-5 day period. Then, it is time!
Time for the emergence! .
They usually wait until dark
and cooler temps to begin emerg-
ing. from the nest. As they come
out of the nest, many times all ot
most of them come at one time.


These two baby leatherbacks hatched last year from their nest on the beaches of Gulf Aire and are
making their way to the Gulf of Mexico.


causing what volunteers call a
frenzy! They then focus on the
horizon and crawl toward the
brightest lights on the horizon...
the stars, moon and reflection on
the water. They have ,good eye-
sight and hear the water and hone
in on the color waves of the hori-
zon. Then, into the. water they
go!!!! ; '
They swim very fast toward
the floating masses of sargasso
grasses where they will live until
at least six months ,of age, feeding
on tiny shrimp, jellyfish, crabs,
mollusks; .arid other edibles. If
they are in danger, they throw
their little flippers back over their
back and remain stiff until the
danger has gone.
Sea- turtle volunteers hold a
special permit to monitor nesting
and hatching activities during.the
turtle season which' goes from
May to October 31. They will mea-
sure each crawl, no matter if it's.
false or not, and find eggs, set the
nest with, the yellow card which
quotes the law for molesting sea


turtle nests, their eggs or hatch-,
lings.
After the emergence, small
flipper prints will tell the volun-
teer how many approximately'
came from the nest.
Sometimes only 'one or two'
will come out instead of a lot of
them. This is one reason the vol-
unteers give the babies,the time of
three nights to emerge on their
own before 'they dig in a nest to
evaluate the remains. When it is
time, the nest is dug. Egg shells
are counted and .sometimes live
babies, or dead ones, and some-
times'whole eggs 'that haven't
hatched but may, or ones that will
never hatch are accounted for.,
Sometimes a whole nest can be
unfertilized and there will be no
hatchlings.
Live hatchlings are placed in
a container on a layer of wet sand
and are released later that night.
Hatchlings have great obsta-
cles to overcome in some areas. If
the beaches are dark and no glow


shines on the beach and no other
brighter "moons" appear before
them to 'block out the natural
light of the horizon and stars and
moon reflection, they will orient
directly toward the water.
'Sometimes. whole' iests or a
few turtles move in the direction
of man-made, lighting. Two adult
turtles have disoriented on the
beaches this year, so far. Adult
turtles, can usually find their way,
unless they go across the
road......reinember the story of Big
Mama last year!
This info is. only from one
group's activities, the Gulf, and
East Bay Sea Turtle Patrol. There
are three, other turtle groups in
the Gulf County, area: Cape San
Bias (Eglin AF Base site), St.
Joseph's Peninsula (Aquatic
Preserve site) and St. Joseph's,
State Park who may also. have?'
experienced the same events, par- "
Ucularly St. Joseph's Peninsula.
Now, it's time for your helpliI!l
(See Turtles on Page 2B)


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OFFER TO NEW OWNERS:
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"Just a short, note to let you and your associates know how
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my income from various houses. Promrpt maintenance and excel-
lent housekeepingg simply add to our wonderful business rela-
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Properties owned by Ellis Smith: "Stolen Property" and "Cottage
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C-17" on Cape San-Blas.

For more information:

www.florida-beach.com

or contact John Delorme at


800-458-7478

johnd@florida-beach.com


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VFW & Auxiliary Assist Sarah ]

The VFW Post #10069 and November 2000 in Alabama. with her mother, Linda, and her Thomas Hayden.
the Ladies Auxiliary were happy Sarah is a 22 year old with a dad, Vicky Welch, and brother, The VFW is hosting a benefit


to present checks to family and
friends of Sarah Hayden. Sarph
was injured in a car accident in


brain injury who needs more ther-
apy sessions than, those presently
provided. She is living at home


... -..__ ___ u i ,, e ." .-
VFW and Ladies Auxiliary Presen heks VFW and Ladies AuxiliaryPresent Checks
In this photograph Ladies Auxiliary member Debi Armstrong is Pictured above are Commander Rick Armstrong, Sarah's mother
presenting their check to Sarah's mother Linda Welch, Sherry Smith, Linda Welch; Sherry Smith, Styles by Sherry, Sarah's grandmother
Styles by Sherry, Sarah's grandmother Katie Mangum, Irs and Buddy Katie Mangum, Iris and Buddy McDougald from St. Joseph Bay
McDougald from St. Joseph Bay Country Club. Country Club.


Hayden
fish fry on Monday, August 5,
from 4-8 p.m. EDT at the post
home. The tickets are $5 per
plate. Among the sponsors for this
benefit are Raffield's Fisheries,
Highland View Volunteer Fire
Department, Styles by Sherry and
St. Joseph Bay Country Club.
The VFW and all other spon-
sors are hoping for a great turn-
out. You can eat in or take out.


Turtles

--From Pg. 1
Lighting ordinances are in
place for Gulf County and Mexico
Beach. We ask all businesses and
real estate folks and'homeowners
to replace bulbs and shield lamps
for turtle season. It will remain
safe for our visitors and our tur-
tles! Motion lights are best rather
than fixed spots and there is a
new one on the market now that
is turtle'friendly.
Keep .flashlights off of turtles;
either nesting or emerging turtles.
This disorients them and con-
fuses them. Some are known to
have gone in circles as flashlights
move around. "Help us out"!!!!
says, Mrs. Turtle!!!!
If you. find a hatchling that
was possibly disoriented, please
gently pick it up and place it at
least five (5) feet from the water's
edge so it can crawl on its own to
the water.
If you find a liatchling that
has washed up from the night
before, place it in a container with
:.damp 'sand on the bottom and
cover it. Call a local turtle vyolun-
teer or the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commis-


BROKEK SALES ASSOCIATES
JANICE F. BROWNELL Melba Barbee Vickie Davis R.D. Davis Mary Blackburn,


These are only a few of our properties for sale. Call for a complete list of homes and vacant properties.
Mrq M -"wmmwwj


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NEW LISTING 323 ATLANTIC ST. ST. JOE BEACH Loael-, 3 BR. 2 NEW LISTING 6599 & 6601 HWY 98 ST. JOE BEACH GULF
BA block home built b, the oaner Stone fireplace, hoi tub exira FRONT lh,. duplex .s on of a kind. each side has 3 BR, 2 BA. fur-
room for game room or office Beautiful, exira large yard (75xl 78) rn,hed wIh deck One .,de has fireplace, hao ded.caied beach on
wih inground pool in back An exquisitee home for a great price' each side GREAT RENTAL. S 1,000,000.00.
3 blocks from the beach $160,000.00. n J 10 TlmlK = d0 l : r11 I T6 l rlll *I


Call us for a complete list of
75 or more Wewahitchka
land and home listings!
'


1703 GARRISON AVE.- PORT ST. JOE -Th1 .e: y n.ce .1 BR/2 BF A home
ii ready to n'oe in Central hel 'o;r carpe large karchen, laur.dri
room, large yard wah work shop and anached shed lor boat or small
", ,== it i E' m^r'i''' oi imoir home fenced yard MUST SEE!! 5118,000.00.

155 ANTIGUA DRIVE- CAPE SAN BIAS Newl/ remodeled lown- "_-- "i' j
house, l i.er Over 1,700 sq ft 3 BR/2 BA on rental market f
New furniture and appliances $209,000.00. 324 BAY STREET ST. JOE BEACH 3 BR.' BA single family h,,me
Carporr scr eened por.:h. hor ',olk to ike Ibeach $88,900.00.

850 BORDERS ROAD OVERSTREET Thiso ,ngle ',de mobile home
has 2 BR,' 1 BA approx I' acre, approx 10 miles ,a beach & o-.1.'1;,'',"
mlei to Ir.ercoa,,al $34,900.00. .., -

819 HWY. 98 MEXICO BEACH Gull Ircnr ro~inhoCuse Dolph.n
Runn5 Set up. comes comrplerel, lurnmhed anrd read, o rental mar.
S kei 2 BR.'2 5 BA sleeps 6 5289,900.00.


211 CAROLINA AVENUE MEXICO BEACH ...l, 2 BP 2 B brb. hom..e
Siii.r., or, 2 large IcA: or. ire corner Ceniral ha, a.r and land pllld
W,ilh,,o.olk,ng distance io1he beach S152,000.00. .lj1i1" :'



3863 CAPE SAN BLAS ROAD Cul Fro r .*.- "r rhi b..il. beache.
s :ree i-d ,. porch.-c an Cd.pe 4or, s'a. 3 B;' 2l.bLa c.:rmplElJl, '.elt p ,od, .lo rer-,,li N ,0,-hi
Sy pump & .aoiher dr,' r EXCELLENT CONDITION! S239,900.00.
120 BARBARA DRIVE PORT SI. JOE -4 BR/3 BA br,ck hor, e CIe -- ,
enough Io schools rhai your children can walk TRULY A MUST SEE! -
S 165,000.00.


129 HUNTER CIRCLE PORT Sr. JOE Lo.el, home n qur ec.,onr o
fto n I 800 si Eml 3 BR 2 BA MUST SEE THIS ONE. LISTED FOR
147 CARR'S LANE OVERSTREET 3 BR/2BA mob,.'le hc.mE wm I$145,000.00. REDUCED $139,900.00.
scree"ned porch and decks prnkler sr iemT and land caped
REDUCED S78,000.00. i-



II 1 1 1 BROUCHER LANE OVERSTREET Th,: 2 BR 1 B ,ng.le moble
S i .-nrre s a grei second home or or a firSI ime bu er Near Irlracoa:1al


S00 MAGELLAN ST. JOE BEACH Orneaao fIe le-os let lehr Sr J- ''i i i I'flillI
S bEaoch 544,500.00
HWY 98 GULFAIRE ST. JOE BEACH Loi! w.ih unobtruced-- .
S .e-. of dedicated beach LOTS 60XI80 EACH. LOT 2 PRICED _
S275,000.00: LOT 3 5299,000.00; BUT CAN BE BOUGHT 405 TEXAS DRIVE MEXICO BEACH Ne-v .:or,.sdci.or, 3 B 2 BA
TOGETHER! ONE OF A KIND LOTS AND ONLY BEACHVIEW frame house .n nce resadentali area './ood Hoor; w.h cra.lI pace
S ---,, AVAILABLE IN GULFAIRE SUBD. ready to finish to your specifications. CALL TODAY FOR MORE
OCEAN RIDGE GULFAIRE ST. JOE BEACH Beautiful building lot DETAILS. PRICED RIGHT AT $88,000.00.
157 JOE AVENUE PORT ST. JOE WHITE CITY 3 bedroom, 2 baih Elock ,r, GCulaire Subd. From 2nd story tould <'iew Gulf of Mex.co ." ." .. .
home in quiet neighborhood. Close to Intracoastal Waterway. Central H/A, $79,900.00 Mi -. I1
hardwood floors,. HAS TO BE SEEN! $68,500.00. S. MURPHY RD HOWARDS CREEK 1 1/2 aces hgh & dr,
i .. '-e Corner property and has been split into 3"lots. $12,000 EACH OR
OLD BAY CITY RD. HOWARDS CREEK Approx 1.75 acres of '
"" .. cleared land with large pond. $24,995.00
4 W534 3RD ST., PORT ST. JOE Commercial lot on corner on y 2
'Iiew of f2 2M Sblocks to main rd. PRICED TO SELL AT $59,900.00en jll I e a n
I000 N. LONG ST.- OVERSTREET 2 acre wooded property is rear
'1 mintracoastal. Property has a well and pond. $34,900.00 ll
000 PATRICK ST. OVERSTREET .- 1.5 acres mol of prime la .-d
$21,000.00
HWY 386 OVERSTREET Cleared high & dry lot on Hwy 386
7314 HWY. 98 ST. JOE BEACH Beautiful sunsets, unobstrucled Has septic in place. No restrictions. $26,000.00 162 CAPE DUNES DR. CAPE SAN BLAS Single family. home. Short
view of gulf. 2 BR/i 1/2 BA townhouse. MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE. C30- SIMMONS BAYOU TREASURE BAY LOT #1. Over 1/2 acre walk to the beach. Great rental. Completely set up. Ready to rent.
S199.900 0o cleared lot with culvert. $49,900.000MUST SFPI S26 nn 0 n


SThinking of buying or.

selling real estate?

ASK YOUR REALTOR.


V What is your real estate
background?
How many transactions
did you close last year?
'/ Are you a full time
agent? :- I : ', r


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229-1241 1,

98-385-1844


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Fishermen! Boaters! If you
find injured turtles or other
marine mammals that appear to
be in trouble, call FWC for advice.
Another way. to help our
marine life is to pick up your
trash
Loggerheads are opportunis-
tic eaters, with a favorite taste for
cannon balls, but ingest lots of
junk into their systems that is not
a natural food. Fishing line and
netting can get caught in their
flippers causing death by drown-
ing.
Please, help keep our beaches
clean!!! Keep our waters clean!!!I
Remember, the Earth is not ours
alone; it is here to share with our
wildlife.
Cuit this out to keep handy.
For Indian Pass/Cape San Blas &
Port St. Joe to Tyndall:
Numbers to call if you find a
stranded live turtle, dolphin,
whale, hatchling OR a dead turtle,
dolphin, whale, hatchling, or any
other creatures:
FWC 1-888-404-3922 or FWC 1-
800-342-1676 or
Barbara Eells 647-8238 permit
holder for the areas cited
Lanny/Rachel Blair,227-9307 ,
Paula Boone 647-8238
Dick Schweikert 648-5807
Jody/Peggy Adams 648-4457,,
Mary Lee Rich 229-6663
Harry Paul 229-8182
Jack/Zebe Schmitt 647-3286
Susan Thiel 648-4019
Peggy Wood 648-5126.
Bob/Pat Hutchinson 647-5238:'
Pat Johnson 229-9033
Dawn Jones 229-9139
Janna Rinehart 227-3590
Maggie Pickett 227-7333
Clint/Ann Eason 227-3453
Ed/Sissy Taylor 648-9552
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2 29TH STREET MEXICO BEACH GULF VIEW 3 BR.' 2BA older fiIc,d, pi'perry ,s ooded MUST SEE! 533,900.00, REDUCED $26,900.00.
le home. Many possibilities for various usages. Adjacent to Hwy. 98 and L gLO
t a few steps from the Gulf. $155,000.00. .


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


PANHANDLE BEACON
209-211 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
(850) 227-1278 (850) 227-1278
www.Panhandlebeacon.com


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


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


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


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


17 Top Bands at Largest Ever

Christian Concert in September


Universal Studios Florida's
-Heart-Pounding, Soul-Stirring
Christian Rock Experience
,Some of the biggest names in
Christian music, including Third
Day, Jars of Clay, Newsboys and
Rebecca St. James, will come
together at the largest ever "Rock
the Universe" two-day concert
event at Universal Studios to
highlight the diversity within
today's exploding Christian music
scene. Tickets for the fifth annual
Rock the Universe event went on
sale June 10. '


Seventeen chart-topping
bands will entertain fans,
Christian Rock and mainstream
alike, on stages throughout
Universal Studios,, Friday and.
Saturday evenings, September 6
and 7. The hot line-up includes
groups from several genres of
music such as the rock sounds of
Third Day, Jars of Clay and
Newsboys; alternative rock
favorites Five Iron Frenzy, cur-
rently performing on the Warped
Tour, By The Tree and the Q.C.
Supertones; the pop stylings of


Family Life Church

"Touching Lives with the Love of Jesus"
loin us in worsAhip ... s, ,o
10:39 Sunday Morning Iw.98
7:00 Wednesday Evening Apolachicoloa. < > ...Panama Ciy
Pastors Andrew & Cathy Rutherford Hwy. Reid Ave. ,
Rhema Bible Training Center graduates 71 Family Life Church
Wewakkiihka
- Visit our welbite at: familylifechurch.net -
323 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe 229-LIFE (5433)


I BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL
311 Columbus St. St. Joe Beach, FL 32456
A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
SUNDAY: General Assembly 9:45 a.m. Bible Study all ages 10 a.m.,
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Choir Practice 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting & Youth Group 7 p.m.'
"0 rawr,, and see that the L,'rd i. good: blessed is t'ie .i'tan that trusteth in Him. '
Ptlea se accept this invitation, to join us in w'orl.,ip God bless you!
Pastoi David Nichols Church 64'7-5026 'Home 769-8725


HOPE Family Worship Center
A Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 Garrison Avenue Port St. Joe
Pastor, Marc Sturdivant Church Office 227-1493
Sunday School .. . . .... 9:45 a.m.
Sl"njiv Ml,..rnug Worship '. . 11:00,a.m.
Sunday Evening Service ... . 6:30 p.m,
\"ed t .. ... 7:00p.m .
We Invite You to Come
Experience the Power of Pentecost With Us


First United Methodist Church
of, Mexico Beach
S111 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL"32410 ,
Sunday Worship Services:
S Traditional ................ ........... 9:00 a.m., CT
Contemporary ... ............ ... .................. 11 :00 a.m. CT
Open Hearts. Open minds. Open doors.
The people of Mexico Beach United Methodist Church
Rev. Ted Lovelace, Pastor : NURSERY PROVIDED Church/Office: 648-8820

TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN

+ | ST. JAMES'
.EPISCOPAL CHURCH

800 22nd STREET, PORT ST.JOE
I. 8:00 and 11:00 a.m. (EST) Sunday School 9:45
Child Care Provided for at 11:00,
www.stjamesepiscopalchurch.org '


Kteoecca St. James, Relient K,
True Vibe and Jennifer Knapp;
Latin influenced Contagious,. the
2000 Rock The Universe Battle of
the, Bands, winner; and', Hip
Hop/Dance focused Toby Mac
and Out of Eden.
Additional performances by,
Alli Rogers, Sarah -Sadler, Paul
Colman Trio and Daily. Planet,
along with inspirational guest.
speakers Ron Luce and Jay
i Strack, will add to the uplifting
atmosphere.
"Never before have we had the
number or diversity of bands that
will grace our stages at this, year's
SRock the Universe event. Grammy ,
and Dove Award winners from all
genres of music including rap.
rock, ska and Latin will perform a
show that truly will Rock the'
Universe," said Skip 'Sherman,
senior vice president of entertain-"
ment. "We strive to bring the best
and hottest line-up of bands to
Universal Studios and that has,
Sled to the enormous growth of this
inspirational event."
In addition to the entertain-
ment on stages throughout
Universal Studios, select attrac-
tions including Jaws, 'Men In
Black Alien Attack, Back to the
Future-The Ride and others will
remain open until 1 a.m. -
Tickets can be purchased by
calling g Ticketmaster, 1-866-RTU-
INFO (1-866-788-4636) toll free,
or online: at www.rocktheuni-
verse.com. Advance tickets are
$34.951 plus tax fgr a single night ,
or $49.95 plus tax for two nights.
Tickets can also be purchased on
the dav of the event..-at Universal
Studios for $39.95 plus tax.
Group tickets are available for
groups of 10 or more. Two night
hotel packages are available start-
ing at $ 14 per person, including
tax. For group rates and hotel
packages call 1-866-RTU-INFO
(1-866-788-4636).
Tickets are non-refundable
and will be honored at Universal
Studios after 4 p.m. until the park
closes at 1 a.m. For ,more infor-
mation, visit vwww.rocktheuni-
verse.com.,
Universal Orlando (www.uni-
versalorlando.com) includes the
Universal Studios theme park. the
Islands of Adventure theme park,
CityWalk, a 30-acre themed enter-
tainment complex, and world
class on-site hotel accommoda-,
tions.,
Universal Orlando is a unit of
Universal Studios. a part of
CANAL+, the TV and Film division
of Vivendi Universal, a new global
leader in media and,communica-
tions. ; .

Chapel Schedule
Tyndall Air Force Base
announces the following Catholic '
services will be held at Chapel 2:
Daily Mass I 1:30 a.m. Monday
through Friday: Reconciliation,
after, Saturday Mass or by
appointment; Saturday Mass, 5
p.m.; Sunday Mass, 9:30 a.m.;
religious education 1.1 'a.m.
Sunday.
Protestant services on
:Sunday include Communion ser-
vice 9:30 a.m. Chapel 1; and gen-
eral Protestant service' 11 a.m. in
Chapel 2..


APALACHICOLA
NORTHERN RAILROAD
A St. Joe Company



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

Great Balls of Fire
Currently available for adop-
tion at the Humane Society are
Marvin-3' mo. old fireball kitten
(pictured): Rufus-small collie mix;
,MQnica-female grown white bull-
dog; Rex-beagle/hound cross
about 6 mos; Scotty-small
black/white mix; Sharlene-shar-
pei mix, 3yrs. or so; Goldie-yr. old
mixed breed female, short tail,
beautifully colored. .
Greta-red med. sized female,
spayed, can be adopted FREE.
Suzy-nice natured bulldog mix
female; Candy-beautiful female
pup. 6 mo. old, white/brown
spots; Max-nice yr & half small
dog, white /red spots; Naricy-nice.
8 mo. old jet black mixed breed
pup: Julie-5,-6' mo. old red pit
mix; Kellie & Cutie-4 mo. old
.female kittens: Honey & Meow-8-
S10 wk. old female kittens.
All cats can now be seen in
new large display cage.
S For more information, you.
Tmay contact the St. Joseph Bay
Humane Society at 227-1103 or,
visit the web' site at' www.SJB
HumaneSociety.org.

Abe Springs
Gospel Sing
Abe Springs Baptist Church,
Hwy. 275 South, will have a
gospel, sing on July 20 'at 6 p.m.
CT. Featured singers will be
Fortress.
On Sunday night, July 21, at
6 p.m. CT, 15 year-'old Samuel
: Lollie wjll be preaching the ser-
vice. Pastor .Allen Pitts and con-
gregation *extend a special.
invitation to everyone -to come and
receive a blessing.


Outreach


The Gulf County Senior
Citizens will be conducting
Outreach on July 23, beginning at
10 a.m. at the Piggly Wiggly in
Port St. Joe.
Representatives will be on
hand to give out information
about the many services available
for people 60 and over in Gulf
County through the Gulf County
Senior Citizens Association, Inc.
For information on what services
are available please call 229-
8466.


A fellow died. Two friends
walked by his casket. One of them
snickered. "Why?" asked the
other.
"Pat didn't believe in heaven or
hell," he answered. "There he is all
dressed up and no place to go."
But I have a place to go-heaven.
',There, no pain will be upon any
bodypo burden upon any back, no
grave upon any hillside, no sin
upon any soul, no want upon any
heart, no worry upon any mind, and
no tear upon any face.
The Lord said, "I am the way."
Take Him, and make heaven your'
home.


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


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


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


Books of Christian-
S Poetry
155 poems, written by Billy Johnson, Sr.
Price $200 Call 229-8829


Farm Share July 25
Farm Share vegetables and
f. oods will be distributed from 1 to
: 6 p.m. CT July 25th at the
S Vewahitchka Senior Citizens and
Community Center. located at 314
3rd Street. Registration starts at
12:30 p.m. CT. Call 229-8466 for
information.

For All Your Office
5-"~Supply Needs .

I :The Star
Publishing Co.
S (850) 227-1278


MARVIN


"The Churches of Christ Salute You"
"; R '"Romiani 16:16 'i
The Wewahitchka Church of Christ
Meets At 2241 Hw\,. 71 South, Wewahitchka
: ,(1/4 Mile North of the O-erstreet Road) .
(850) 639-5401
Sunday Bible St-udy ........... . 9:00 a.ri. CT
Sunday Worship ........ 10:00"a.m. & 5:00 p.m. CT j
Wednesday Bible Study ... ..... ,..7:00 p.m. CT,


. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
.* iib "' 508 SLxteenth Street 227-1756 ,
S : Sixteenth Streel
Sunday Worship . 10 a.m.
Fellowship Time .... 10:45 a.m. o
Adult School .;. . 11 a.m.
hua o l. l-


stuuuay ScuU .oo
*Young Children
*Nursery Available
Pastor Rev. J. Reid Cameron


Highway 71CecCos Sr d
Highway 71/ Cecil Costin Sr Blvd1


First Baptist Clhurcfi


102 THIRD STREET PORT ST. JOE
Brent \'ickery Pastor
Buddy Caswell Benjamin Roberts
Minm.ste of Alus,c S Education Minter to Students


-e


Sunday School . ... .. :9:45 am
Worship Service 1. . 1:100 am
Disciple Training . 6.00 pm
Evening Worship 7-00 pm'
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6 30 pm
"THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP" 1 .


"Serving the Changeless Christ...
to Change1igarts in a Changing Cogmunity'

FAITH BIBg4 13.C
801 20th Street Port St. Jo '. 229-6707 .
... Dr. Bill Taylor, r
Sunday School . . 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Morning vicee ...... ... 1:1 00 a.m.
Sunday Evening S . . . 00 p.m.
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study. .7:00 p.m.
Home of FAITH CHRIgTIAN SCHOOL -


constitution and,9tfonument
S. ort St. Yoe,

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCI*
Sundae SChool . 9:45 a.m. MethodistYouth
tMor ng Worship .. : ... 11:00 a.m'. Fllo ...hp ... .. 6 00 p m
Evening Worship . ..... .. 7:30 p.m.
(850) 227-1724 Wesdnesday Choir.Pracdce 7:30 I.pn.


ReV. Jesse Evans
PASTOR


Robert E. Downs,Jr. Diana Sealey
Choir Director Youth & Children's Director


Discover God's Love! r.
Everyone welcome I

Lon Avenue
BAPTIST CHURCH
1601 Long Avenue, Port St. Joe 229-8691 A
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


Highland View Baptist Church
"A Fellowship of God's Children Sharing Jesus, JESUS CARES, We Care."
382 Ling Street Port St. Joe, FL 32456 850.227.1306
E-mail: hvbaptist@aol.com Web Site: www.forministry.com/32456hvbc
"If you need a ride to church call the church office and we'll pich you up."
Sunday School ................ 9:45 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study/Prayer Meeting .... 7 p.m.
Sunday Morning Worship .... 10:45 a.m. Wednesday Youth/Children Activities ........ 7 p.m.
Discipleship Training ............... 5 p.m. Wednesday.Choir Practice 8 p.m
Sunday Evening Service.............6 p.m.


The Potter's House
l "Where Broken sVessels Are Made New"
636 Second Street Post Office Box 631
Wewahitchka, FL 32465 -.
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES '
', .- Sunday 3 PM ... . ..... Sunday School
Sunday 4 PM . ....... . Evangelistic Service
Wednesday 7 PM . . ..... . Bible Study
Rodney G. Leaman, Pastor
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Marketing, Advertising Firm Home


Port St. Joe has recently
received its first full-service mar-
keting agency, Kerigan Marketing
Associates, LLC. Jack Kerigan,
Jr., a 1981 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School, describes his


Jack Kerigan


company as a strategically-ori-
ented, professional marketing
firm that gains its expertise from
large clients and shares that
knowledge with smaller, local
businesses wishing to grow.
Kerigan earned a Marketing
degree at Florida State University,
where he served as Student
Government President, and later
an MBA at Nova University where
he graduated Magna Cum Laude.
His professional career began at
RJR Nabisco where he led a sales
division before entering RJR's
Brand Management Group as
head of retail efforts for the
SALEM brand nationally. He then
took the reins of Community
Coffee Company in Baton Rouge,
LA (the nation's largest family-
owned retail coffee' company) as
Director of Marketing where he'
delivered the company's first vol-
-ume growtfi in over sfx years.
Along the way, his advertising
campaigns were recognized with a
Gold Addy for national TV spot,
the Big Easy Award
Entertainment Award; and, Besf
New Website for central markets.':
Kerigan fulfilled a career


dream by launching Kerigan
Marketing Associates, LLC in
January 2001. KMA's current
client list includes Louisiana's
Audubon Golf Trail, The Island
Country Club and Clinton Bank
and Trust. He has completed pro-
jects for Kodak, Del Monte and
Seagrams. Locally, the firm pro-
vides.all marketing services to GT
Corn Telecommunications and
created the promotional video,
Discover Old Florida, for Gulf
County Tourism.
SWith over 15 years big-brand
experience, Jack feels he has
developed a specialty in 'lifestyle
marketing'. "I really enjoy prod-
ucts where consumers make -the
purchase decision. \ith their
hearts. It's arguable as to whether
we could live without coffee, golf-
ing or even resort travel, but those
are some of the special things that
make us feel good, and I seem to
excel in that category. If someone
was marketing industrial solvents
or commercial; materials they
could find better agencies, than
mine."
Even with national success,
Kerigan is quick to point out hls


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'Cape, Lot 2 Feathe'
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MILS#92676
$395,000.00
C-pe Pebt.bic Beich Dn.e
-5 Beach hfon[ e
NELS#93285
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Cape. Pebble Beach
Dri.e, '0' Beach
frontage
ANLS#93284
$371,000.00


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great floor plan, handicap accessible,
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Louise Carpenter
Louise Hubbard Carpenter,
88, a homemaker, died
Wednesday, July 10. She was
born in Mount Pleasant and had
lived in Port St. Joe since 1972.
She is survived by three sons,
Wayne Carpenter of Mount
Pleasant, Joel Angus Carpenter of
Eufala, AL, and John Frederick
Carpenter of Warner Robbins, GA;
two daughters, Nina Carolyn
Brock of ,Overstreet and Linda
Faye Carpenter of Helofes, TX;
and a sister, Thelma Hanna of ,
Quincy.
Funeral services were at 2
p.m. ET Friday, July 12, at
Carpenter Cemetery in Grand
Ridge.

Mildred Etheridge
Mrs. Mildred L. Etheridge of
' Port St. Joe passed away Sunday,
July 14. She was born Mildred L.-
Wages in Samson, Alabama, and
was raised in Columbus, GA. She
married Willie Mitchell' Etheridge,
who preceded her in death. In
1985 she moved to Port St. Joe
and was a member of the St.
James Episcopal Church.
She is survived by her son,

reason for returning, to Port St.
Joe. "I simply want to do what I
can to help this area and raise my
-family in. a place I love. I enjoy
helping a small business grow as
much as anything."
KMA's services range from
marketing plans and logo design
to complete advertising cam-
paigns. "We deliver results,
period. We have a track record of
success, that's why people hire
us."
Jack attributes his success to
his Christian faith,' a supportive
family and hard work. He looks
forward to continued growth and
invites contact at 229'-2562, or
KeriganMarketing.com.'


Fead Etheridge and wife Jean of
Port St. Joe; one brother, Coleman
Wages and wife Margaret of Tiger,
GA; three grandsons, Daniel
Etheridge of Stevensville, MI,
Michael Etheridge and wife
Katrina of Port St. Joe, and
Timothy Etheridge and wife Linda
of Dothan, AL; their great-grand-
children, Mollie ,Etheridge, Brian
Etheridge, Jarodc Wester, and
Shanna Wester; also several
nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be
. held at 11 a.m., ET Thursday, July
18, at -St.' James Episcopal
Church, conducted by the Rev.
Jerry Huft. The family requests no.
flowers.

Edith Whitfield
Edith R. Whitfield, 85, of
1002 Marviri Avenue, Port St. Joe,
passed away Thursday,' July 4,
after a brief illness. She was a
native of Jackson, Alabama and
moved to Gulf- county in 1936
after her marriage to Ted.. L.
Whitfield, Sr.'Mrs. Whitfield was a
member of the Long Ave. Baptist
Church and NARFE. She was pre-
ceded in death by her husband,
Ted L. Whitfield Sr.,. and son-in-
la%%. Joe Fortner.
Mrs. Whitfield is survived by
her sons; Robert Whitfield (Lynda)
of St. Joe Beach and Ted Whitfield
Jr. (Kay) of Wewahitchka; daugh-
ters, Jean Fortner and Barbara
Whitfield of Port St. Joe; sisters
Erma Diamond of Mobile, AL,.and
Eiron Grossnickle of Saraland,.
AL; grandchildren, Teresa Davis'
(Kim) of McGehee, AR, Mitch
Fortner of Kinard, Jeff Whitfield
(Kim) of Clayton, AL, John
Whitfield of Wewahitchka, Joseph
Whitfield of Pensacola, David
Whitfield of Thomasville, GA,
Laurel Riley (Marty) of St. Joe
Beach, Kim Hollman (Hal) of
Bayou George, and Leslie Pippin
of Panama City; great-grandchil-
dren, Brett, Lauren, and.Garrett
Davis, Suzanna, Jacob;and John


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Peak, Brittany and Katie Pippin.
She was a loving and devoted
mother and grandmother who will
be greatly missed.
Funeral services were con-
ducted Saturday, July 6, at 2:00
p.m. EST at the Long Avenue.
Baptist Church with the Rev.
John Adkins, Rev. Curtis Clark,
and Bro. Mark Jones officiating.
Interment followed in the Pleasant
Rest Cemetery in Overstreet;,-
Serving as pallbearers were
Freddie Branch, Warren Whitfield,
Willoughby Whitfield, Billy
Branch, Harold Raffield, Ronnie,
Raffield, Danny Raffield, .Wilson
Whitfield, Bert Eaker, Manuel
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School Class served as honorary
pallbearers ., ,

Peggy Lee"
Peggy Horace Lee. 89,,of Port
St. Joe, died Monday. July 15, in, -,
a local nursing home. She had
been a resident of Port St. Joe.,,
since, 1995, moving here from :
Abbeville, Louisiana to live with"
her daughter and son-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Monette. She
was an affiliated member,of New
Bethel A.M.E. Church where she
served, on Stewardess Board' #2
and was a member of the Adult
Sunday School class.
She is survived by two daugh-
ters, Audrey Monette of Port St.
Joe, and Peggy Eaglin of Lake '
Charles, Louisiana; a son, Oscar
Miner, Jr., of Covington.
Louisiana; a sister, Mazie
Necessary of Abbeville, Louisiana;;
seven grandchildren, four great-
grandchildren and a host of
nieces and nephews.
Viewing will be Friday, July
19, from 9:30 ,until beginning of.
services at New Bethel A.M.E.'
Church, 146 Av'enui C. Funeral ,
services will be conducted at 11 -
a.m. by the Rev. Calvin Griffin, Sr."
Interment-will follow in Forest Hill
Cemetery.


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New Manatee and


Marine Turtle Decals


New manatee and marine tur-
tle decals are available at tax col-
lectors' offices around the state.
The 'popular decals, .produced by
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC),
provide an important source of
funds for the state's efforts to pro-
tect endangered and threatened
manatees and sea turtles.
This is the 11th year decals
have been created for Save the
Manatee Trust Fund and Marine
Resources Conservation Trust
Fund, Anyone donating at least.
,$5 to one of the protection pro-
grams through tax collectors can
pick up 'one of the decals.
Donations support manatee and
turtle research, rehabilitation and.
educational programs, and are an
important part of FWC's conserva-
tion efforts. Decal campaigns usu-
ally: bring in $140,000 (combined)


and are vital for funding recovery
projects.
"It's wonderful to see our
decals everywhere-on cars,
trucks, boats and trailers. It
shows everyone that protecting
Florida's manatees and sea turtles
is a high priority," David Arnold,
.chief of FWC Bureau of Protected
Species Management, said.
Arnold said the money funds
research and protection efforts;
and many of FWC's current recov-
ery initiatives would not be possi-
ble without revenue produced by
decal programs.
The full-color decals are
waterproof and designed to stick
on boats or other vehicles.
Two Florida eighth graders
who entered the FWC's contest
designed the manatee decal.
Stephanie Lemos of Hialeah sub-
mitted the artwork and Mancela


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the slogan. The turtle decal is a.
photograph of a juvenile Kemp's
Ridley turtle taken by photogra-
pher Shems Hamilton.
This year's decal is a painting
of a swimming manatee with the'
words "Manatees Forever!".
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shallow coastal waters, rivers and
springs of Florida. These sea,
mammals evolved from land ,ani-
mals more than 60 million years.
ago. Manatees spend six to eight
hours a day feeding on sea grass
and freshwater plants. They weigh
in at about 66 pounds at birth
and typically grow to about 1,000
pounds. Manatees have a high
mortality rate mainly due to
encounters with motorboats and
loss of habitat. r :
Florida photographer Shems
Hamilton photographed the
Kemp's 'Ridley turtle featured on
the new decal. The juvenile turtle
was rehabilitating at Jack and.
Anne Rudloe's Gulf Specimen
Marine Laboratory in Panacea.


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Succulent Yellowtail Snapper


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Yellowtail snapper is one of
the tastiest fish harvested fresh
from Florida waters and is abun-
dant right now.
The name yellowtail is
descriptive in itself. The scientific
name of the. yellowtail snapper
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hooks. After the turtle's throat
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and cooked in a variety of ways. If
your seafood dealer doesn't have
yellowtail, ask them to. get it for
you and be sure to share it with
your friends.
For a wonderful, mouthwater-
ing dining .experience, treat
ytheirself toI one of these quick
and easy recipes:
Baked Yellowtail Snapper
with Mushrooms
2 !bs. snapper fillets
1/4 c, butter, melted
1, 4-oz. cqn .mushrooms stems
and pieces, drained,
2 T. lemon juice
1 tsp. salt
SI tsp. grated onion


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Cape Office
4320 Cape San Bias Road
Sales (850) 227-2160
Fax (850) 229-8783
Toll Free: (800) 600-1298


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.1,g 1I999 Cwer.rry 21 R il Esta% C. porr- r.- S -rd '" ,rad .ur -d .

4BR/2BA-- ManuFactured home sio'If&ed
on 4 1/2 acres, beautiful landscaping
and a large workshop with kitchen and
bathroom, large. boot shed with extra
storage. Master suite has bonus room,
which could be a sitting area or computer
room. Much to amenities to mention. Call
Susie White 227-4046 or 800-451-
2349. $120,000. MLS#91741.


4 BR/A4.5 BA, unobstructed gulf view, ele-
vator, garage, beautifully furnished LIKE
NEW! S375,000. MLS#92430. CALL


114 Wood Park Dr. 2002 total electric,
.16x80, zone 3, Oakwood mobile home.
Split floor plan, 3BR/2BA home sits on 3.41
acres. Home has several custom up-grades
and all major appliances convey with sale.
Call Patricia Raap @ 800.260.1137.
MLS#92686 $75,000


New 3 Bedroom, 2 Both
Gulf View Home 1500 Sq. Ft.,
Large Deck/Porch. $298,000
idc or 1citut <-
'j3 4nrtgag Ux. .
Cape San Bias Office
MICHAEL HARRIS
Office: Home:
850-229-2777 850-227-1.919
Toll Free: 877-505-7933
Email: mikeh@florida-beach.com


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209-11 Reid AvenuesPort St. Joe


Port St. Joe Bay View This A BR/? 5
BA home is one of a kind. All doors are
9' tall mahogany and ceilings are 10'
high Corian countertops, bahama shut-
ters, bamboo floors, Florida room, and
many more amenities. THIS IS A MUST
SEE! MLS#93074. $649,000. CALL
CAROL BELL 850-227-9600.


102 Buccaneer Dr. Gulfaire Executive
style brick home with view of :Gulf, 4BR
plus loft, 2 1/2BA, living. roorm,.den, for-
mal' DR, eat-in kitchen with island, in-
ground heated pool, privacy fenced yard,
on 1 5 lots Private beachfront area
$329,000. MLS#93259. Call Brenda
Miller


.1 ;f:l ,fi W mIwa
Port St. Joe This 3 BR/2 BA home is just
a short walk to Ihe St Joseph Bay This
home is siuated on a corner lot with
approx. 2100 SF MLS#93078.$163,000
CALL KIM HARRISON 227-3745


GULF FRONT HOME Cape San Bias,,
Beautiful 3 BR/3 BA, furnished home with
Gorgeou:, views of Gulf and St. Joseph
Boy Over 100 feet of gulf frontage.
ONLY 5649,900. MLS#90525


Mexico Beach 502 Hwy 98 2BR/1BA
'Old Florida' cottage with dedicated gulf
view! Lot is 50x1.50. This 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 LOT LISTINGS LOT LISTINGS LOT LISTINGS


PORT ST. JOE
Interior Lot Lowest Prices in Windmark Beach -
S299,900. MLS#92871.,
First Tier Lot Lowest Prices in Windmark Beach
5335,000. 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
Commej P0gR aState
Bank, S ," -
NORTH GULF COUNTY ACREAGE
Rural) acreage parcels from 25 acres and up.
Price ranges from $75,000-$571,290.
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. -
Comer of County Road 386 and South Long Rd. -
Overstreet 16 half-acre + lots are' now available.
Only 5 miles to the beach Great for year-round
living, get-away, investment: 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.


Buddy Floore Rd. Wooded Parcel 8.14 acres,
MLS #91915, $36,630, call Patricia Roap at 648-
5683
Intracoastal Waterway, 'MLS#9j61h Overstreet,
Roberts Landing Rd., 35.9 acres, $159,000,
Patricda Roap.
Interior, MLS#6624, Wewahitchka, Wetappo
Drive, $11,800, Patricia Rdap.
Interior, MLS#6157, 6154, 6156, 6060, 6155,
Lot 5, 2, 4, 1, 3, Long Street, $12,900 each.
CAPE SAN BLAS
FIRST TIER LOT "C" FLOOD ZONE $180,000
MLS#93083. CALL DIANE PEEVY.
Cape San BIas Beautiful gulf front parcel that
could be 4DER g TRA could be
divided for an investment opportunity.
MLS#91893. $775,000.
Mamie Island Reserve Marnie's Island offering 8
private and secluded lots on upland island on the
St. Joseph Bay. Private community with 2 way
bridge and security gate. Beautiful Western facing
views in a secluded pristine area. MLS#90969.
Starting at $199.900. Call Kim ,Harrison 850-
227-3745.
Gulf View, MLS# 92186,. Seahorse Lane
$134,900
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
Cape San Blas-Bayfront lot MLS#90743
$109,500.
Cape San Bias gulf view lot at South Beach -
MLS#91560 $189,900.
Treasure Bay Lot 7, CSB Road $59,900.
MLS#91009


Cape San Bias 100'x427' boy lot. $169,900.
Call Carol Bell :, -
Cape San BIas 100'x427' boy lot..Call Susie
WhiteS 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. $179,900 -
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 Bias Rd.,
$200,000 Susie White.
TBA WesMDwR 1ONTTK
C-30, Gu View at. M 07.24500
Interior Lot, MLS#5332, Secluded Dunes Drive,
$134,900.
INDIAN LAGOON
Hwy C-30 One acre w/septic. $55,000
mls#92936
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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Dash pepper
Paprika
Place fillets in a lightly oiled
baking dish. Combine all ingredi-
ents except paprika and their
over fish. Bake in a moderate
oven at 3500 F, for 25-30 minutes
or until fish flakes easily when
tested with a fork. Sprinkle
paprika over cooked fish. Yield:
six servings:
Yellowtail Snapper Floridian
2 lbs. fillets -
3 T. vegetable oil
2 T. orange juice
2 tsp. grated orange peel
1 tsp. salt
Dash nutmeg
Dash pepper
Cut fillets into serving-size
portions. Place skin side down in
a lightly oiled baking dish. '
Combine remaining ingredients
and their over fish. Bake in a ,
moderate oven at 350F, for 25-30
minutes or until fish flakes easily *
when tested with a fork. Yield: six
servings. .., ''












Charitable Remainder Trust: No Capital Gains Tax


by: Andy Wilkinson Financial
Advisor
Are low interest rates putting
the squeeze on your income? If so,
you might have considered selling,


appreciated stock, but hesitated
because of the capital gains.
Have you considered a chari-
table remainder trust? It may be a
tax-efficient way to turn an appre-
ciated asset into a stream of
income that is potentially at an
above-market rate of return. At
the same time, it would allow you
to make a significant donation to
a nonprofit organization-and
enjoy a tax deduction for your gift.
Charitable remainder trusts,
also known, as CRTs, offer philan-
thropic investors several impor-
tant advantages:
Tax-advantaged diversifica-
tion. By transferring an appreci-
ated asset such as stock to a CRT,
you can convert it into more diver-
sified or higher-yielding income
investments-free of capital gains
tax.
Potentially more income.


Because the assets you'transfer to
the trust aren't taxed, the full pro-
ceeds are available for reinvest-
ment by the trustee on your
behalf. This means you may be
able to realize more income from
the asset than if you sold it your-,
self outside of a trust.
A current income tax deduc-
tion. CRT contributions are
deductible from federal (and
sometimes state and local) income
tax. Deductions are calculated on
the present value of the future
gift. Generally, the older you are
and the smaller, your income
interest, the larger your deduction
is. .
Tax-free growth to maxi-
mize your charitable -gift.
Undistributed earnings or capital
gains in the trust normally accu-
mulate tax-free, allowing them to
grow faster than if they were taxed.
currently. Income is taxed -only


when distributed to income bene-
ficiaries.
A smaller taxable estate.
Assets you transfer to a CRT are
removed from your estate. This
allows you to enjoy a. stream of
income without directly owning
the asset that produces it.
(Although the estate tax will ease
gradually through 2009, it is
repealed for only one year: 2010.
Barring further action by
Congress. it will return in 2011.)
Because the trustee provides
administration, distribution, and
recordkeepina. a CRT can be an
excellent wav to donate to a non-
profit. Prudential Bank currently.
serves as.trustee for hundreds of
CRTs, allowing the charities
involved to focus oin providing ser-
.ices rather than administering
annuities.
Of course your own advisors
are in the best position to guide
you regarding potential tax and
estate planning benefits of a char-
itable remainder trust. However,'
as you,review your options, con-
sider the advantages of being able
to reduce your tax bill and benefit
a favorite charity while helping to
secure a stream of income for
yourself, your family, or other
beneficiaries.,
Andy Wilkinson. is a Financial
Advisor with Prudential Securities
in the Destin/Pensacola .offices
and can, be reached toll free at 1-
866-715-4793 or email andy_
\%ilkmson'@prusec.com.
Neither Prudential Securities
Irfcorporated, The Prudential
Savings Bank, F.S.B,.,' nor its
financial professionals offer legal,
tax, or. accounting, advice. You
should consult an attorney.
accountant, and/or tax profes-
sional for ad-ice concerning your.
particular situation.


' TTALTY Cathey Parker Hobbs
IPARA KE i JL. AJLJ.&L T REALTOR/BROKER


of MEXICO BEACII, INC.
SSelling Sunsets for 55 rTers"

1 -800-874-5073 or 850-648-5777
P.O 0. Box 13123* Hwy. 98 & 31st St., Mexico Beach, FL 32410 .
www.MexicoBeach Vacations. corm e-mail: sales@mexicobeachvacations.com


S-: Sally L. Childs, Realtor Associate,
Larry G. Turner, Realtor Associate
LisaV aronaRealtor Associate
Alice A. Beaty, Realtor Associate


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BFACON Hill Mere. e...:n d ?.1ct..I 1-Ic.v.e Subd.-= 373 HUMMINGBIRD LANE BEAUTIFUL OVERSTREET 3 .4- .- A
2 88 6-1 m b n :h n : br. la:e :creemed BI 2 St. nl n ched mobde home 165 on takE C Gr l


: rt -D :c. ...]: b. z go unirn-h~ ff0. FrCr 0 CPL~ .cr
por:h 124 SUN RAY COURT. $110,500.00. OWNER S75,000 .00.
ANXIOUS. SUBMIr ALL OFFERS


314 ROBIN LANE MEXICO BEACH Comor table 3 BR'2
BA -.%me in relrlcted subd,,,,.on Large greal room, open
I-: kl-,hern screened porch carport, appliances except
-3:her & d.ver 5152,900.00. LARGE LOTI


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355. HUMMINGBIRD LANE 199 Fleeraoc.d MutI IAL.le :'* -.- ; 's
Home 3 BR '2 BA on Lake Charlee BRING OUR POLE .' '
AND $77,900.00.

.. MEXICO BEACH Approx 101' or, Gull b, 100
B ,- ,' '.. I. deep I blc,0ck ., Lusy H-'/ 98 on 3611, Sfreet
-, 4, I S500,000.00.
*' -'8' -. BEACON HILL Approx 96 on Gullf by 2d3' deep
$575,000.00.
CAPE.SAN BLA "T MOL LOTS, on
I"* -Cape So. Ia
9255 STARFISH DRIVE BEACON HILL Nice 2 BR Bolh are beautiful locations and require State per-
,mob-le home in like ne, condiTion Spli bedroom plan mittling to build.
lurni.hed & equipped ex:ept for dining ielt a h, r & .
dr)er & personal ilem: Deckl or, boih :ide;
S110,500.00..o;;6, ,



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1N iR-V 103 5. 33RD STREET MEXICO BEACH Bea-.:h.de
NEW -8115 AMERICUS AVE. Nicel furnished home duple- B, a a
106 MIRAMAR. MEXICO BEACH Beaulhul rne 2 wthb a large deck ro il relax, and reel he Gulf Breeze duplexOwner mainaned 2 BR, i B 1each apoarnmen
bP.'i 5 B, ,ic,.nh.me. located .ght on he ,:canal Th. home could ha.e a possible 4rh BR Donsla.rs Furnshed and I equipped Screend porche:. large
w.rl .. bo.or slip Th,. :-r.r,home ,, on he bach.,,de storage ha. hot and cold water running to ,r Outs.de lot & great rental history S325,000.00.
ar.d er' -..m.ng pool Oc: 5325,000.00. shower alo ,ah hor and cold water .wirh a wooden pri -
.a.,. sacysoll S265,000.00.
win #6 &4 1,

i-li 104 SUNDIAL COURT SEASHORES BeautlI 3 BR,
"+ 'nnBA1home build by ,he owner for hk; fam; 11qual;I, con
7R Lu 4 ui ,-3struclion, many exlras, great nei 9b 6h:,d orad close to
TRADEWINDS luur, houe.b ull ..e 3 beach access. We llFor 'la rrga,,glio & prsvacy rnc
BR 3 1 2 9 ,..i- appro,. 1-00 q b plus goarge ing in back. $179,900.00.
and b-l.c.:., m.:.:r appl.ar.-c.: .Te ol rooi :pr.okler 101 n6 &ll 38TH STREET- Ne.. lo.rnhF,c.:e hai features
:',:ierr. l.-.d:coap.,n anrd more Now Under Con- bea:h:.de laog' Great ir es'imeni oF.porlurnry cerorrnm
sltrucion at Hwy. 98 and South 31st Street, Mexico lile n krcher. & baihlroros Berber carpel Ihroughcui the ..
Beach. Inside units 5269,000.00. Pre-Conslruction re:. All Ken.Tre appl.a.lces $189,900.00. li
i rices. Only Leh!! =IImWill


BEAUTIFUL HI M BLUFF O CHARMING
OLD FLORID E If s l om H 98 1, Palm
Street, 3p 6.i No.salg.c rhoughft c .ummers
paa 5,eeping r vmi i barH, farI rloic screened
porch Many poss;bil.tes 9010 Hwy. 98, Beacon Hill.
$350,000.00.


111 5. 37TH STREETI MEXICO BEACH Be.:is.dec IK"FTUKUE rALmSi- oEiul l inA Cr I nnwrE inOi
Ta,,o,-:e ,, 9raj l:..,ohr, 0o B.a:h o,-,d l,h.ng WITH A GULF VIEW AND SHORT WALK TO BEACH -
p.er 2 BP. I I 2 BL. garden lub .n L.p.ia.rI boal Cu:rom cabrer eriamrc lile berber carper plut man,
:unle.. de d.. dr,g roa, kch,e,-, deck & balcn.:,, m..:e luxury amen.Ies Corner of 401h Street & Hwy. i
Furnished & equipped. $209,000.00. 98. 5199,900.00. ONLY 4 AVAILABLE.

309 ROBIN LANE Nice I 12 7 Xli I .n jbd.r,..lcn,' zned for homes only already, cleared .,rh i after &
eer ra pao.d Peod, for buld,,,g 549,900.00.
SEASHORES SUBD. LU ND ER," O ,ON r,,T ,.A ,RA -T,.s....... Nautilus Drive, LOVELY 2 BR 2 BA ground Iloor .:ondo on a Gull F.'on,
$57,950.00. L ot. New furnishings and paint, comes completely fur-
LOT'20'- MARYLAND BLVD. MEXICO BEACH 100'x145' already cleared with water & sewer tap paid and nished and equipped. Great rental investment. Only
10 loads of fill dirt spread. A BARGAIN AT $57,500.00. REDUCED $55,000 steps to the beach. 112 C. South 32nd Street, Mexico
EXTRA LARGE LOT CALIFORNIA DR., MEXICO BEACH. Zoned for homes only, partially cleared, water & Beach. .Pelican-Roos C. $249,000.00.
sewer top paid. $49,900.00.. .
CANAL FRONT 2 adjacent lots both with canal frontage, one with a dock. 119 N. 32nd Street, Mexico
Beach. $115,000.00. & $110,000.00.
' MEXICO BEACH Restricted lots with paved streets, street lights, underground utilities available. 15th Street
H& wy. 386, $29,900.00.
LOT 1, HWY. 98, SUMMER PLACE SUBD. Nice unobstructed Gulf View Lot. This lot has swimming pool and
beach access. One of the most reasonable priced lots with a Gulf View, on the Beach. $119,00.00. %
1 ACRE PLUS, CREEKVIEW LOT, on Chapel Lane, Overstreet. $39,900.00.
RED BULL ISLAND- Lot 6, 81k. G, 171' x 100' $10,000.00, REDUCED $8,000.00. GULF FRONT HOME WITH 106- OF FRONTAGE 2
510 4TH.STREET, PORT ST. JOE Zoned commercial lot I0, Blk. 26 50' x 170', $39,000.00. BR/2 BA home on stilts with wrap-around deck. Locat-
SG0 ed at the end of the street away from Hwy. 98. Great
SEASHORES DR. & HIGHWAY 98 AREA SUMMERPLACE SUBDIVISION beautiful lot with great view of vacation home or rental investment. 113 S. 31st Street,
Gulf. New subdivision that has beach and swimming pool access. 208.5' x 50',$115,000.00. Mexico Beach. $600,000.00.


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HIGH BLURF LULCAlUN UVEK LUUOKNG Tl EULr
- 3 BR- 2 b6, Fl,:k.r,da home wth marq pos:ibil,r;e,
Approx 1800 q t plus porches. carpon & stor-
03- ha: large greao rooT wmrh ifreplace stucco con-
:iut.,or- back pr,..acy ence landscaping needs TLC
i, be ba,,uful Loi 150 x75 14 Hwy. 98, Mexico'
Beach. 5495.000.00.


GULF FRONT CONDO Carmel Villa #3 & #4 Great
2 BR/ 2 b- unni complj.el uiniihed & equipped Fan-
taslic ..e ctl Beach & sures i ho.m covered deck Good
rental l.i:,or, Nc. condo lee:iii 109 5. 28th Street,
Mexico Beach. 5275,000.00. each
403 LA SIESTA DR. -
MEXICO BEACH Nice
S new affordable: 3 BR/2
s i> BA hmeVer/ an act..e
design with'. .nil l.,d,-g
Hunter ceiling fans,
Berber carpet/ceramic
*":* '" *'' tile, stve'; D.W. & refrig.
included. MUST SEEI
$134,900:00.


103 A 5. 35TH ST. Tolall, ren-.ate.d bEachde
home with a breathtak"ig 'ew of ihe Gull Coam
plemel ,,rnished with all new furnishings! This is a
great ir,,eLtment for vacation home or rental prop-
eir,- Bct-om floor has plenty of storage space for all
,hose beach toys. 2 BR/2 1/2 BA. $249,900.00.'

302 HATLEY DR., MEXICO BEACH Home will have
3 BR'2 BA with approx. 1367 sq. ft. living plus 1
car garage. Many nice amenities. Plans in office.
$ 159,900. NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION
UNDER CONSTRUCTION 3 BR/2BA gulf View
home on pilings. N6w is the time to buy! You can
pick all the trimmings. Approx. 1500 sq; ft., H & C.
$265,000. Swimming pool access


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PUBLIC NOTICE
A Public Hearing m\ll be held at the Planning and Deelupmenint Review
Board I PDRB) meeung on Tuesday, Jul\ 16, 2002 ac 10-00 a m EST,
and at the Board of Countr Commissioners IBOCCi ineeung on Tues-
day, Julh 23, 2002 at 6:00 p.m. EST Both public hearings will be held
in dthe BOCC Meeting Room, atthe Robert M-^loi:e Amirunistration
Building, 1000 Cecil G. Costin Sr. Blvd., Port St. Joe, Florida. The pub-
lic hearings \\ill be to discuss and act on the follow: '

SmalliScale Land Use Change tcr Lester & Harrington, Tax ID #1508-
05Q0R 32.28 acres in a Portion of Section 2, Tow nship 4 South, Range
,10 W\est, Gulf County, Florida, changing 9.58 acres from Agricultural to
Residential Low Density.

Final Plat Approval for Emerald. Pearl Betach,' H.H. Wang, Tax ID-
#6316-OOkR 3.18 acres in Section 23, Township 9 South, Range 11:,
West, Gulf county, Florida, a 3 unit subdi' vision subject to all development
regulations required by Gulf County.

Final Plat Approval for Hammock By the Bay, JimmyH-lambrick, Tax ID
#6264-000R 3.75 acres in Section 36,Township 8 South, Rahnge-.lt
West, Gulf County, Florida, a 5 unit subdivision subject to alldevelop;
ment regulations required b) Gulf County.

-Fial Plat Approval for Taunton Farms, David Taunton. Tax ID #1359
001R.R- 6.50 acres'in Section 35, Tcmnship 3 South, Range ,10 West,
Gulf County, Florida, a 13 unit subdivision subject to all development,
regulations required by Gulf County.

Preliminary Plat Approval :-Bay Pines Subdivision Tapper & Company
- Parcel ID #6248-05OR -.63.39 acres in Section 36, Township 8 South,
Rang :i11 West, Gulf County, Florida a 39 unitsubdivision subject to
all development regulations required by Gulf County. Parcel ID #6248-
050R:

Variance.-,Road Setback Gary Smith Parcel ID #3901-00LR Lot 1;,
Block 9 St. Joe Beach

Variance Road Setback -:Gary Smith Parcel ID #3901-001R Lot 2;
Block 9 St. Joe Beach


Public Hearing.- Septic setback policy for environmental sensitive areas-

Public Hearing Pre-constructidn structure setback policy

Applications may be reviewed at the Building and Planning Department,
Room 301 :n the Robert M. Moore Administration Building, 1000 Cecil
G. Cosun, Sr Blvd Port St. Jod FL..

The-public is encouraged to atteiid and be heard on these matters. Infor-
mation prior to the meeting can be viewedat the Planning and Buitding
Department at 1000 Costin Blv,., Room 301.











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2002 Wildlife Habitat
Incentives Sign-up
The United States
Department of Agriculture has
announced that the 2002 Wildlife
Habitat Incentives Program
(WHIP) sign-up will end Friday,
July 19. Sign-ups will be taken at
your local, USDA Service Center.
The emphasis of WHIP is to
promote wildlife habitat and its
management on private lands
using a variety of proven manage-
ment techniques such as pre-
scribed burning, habitat
manipulation, wildlife food plots,
forest buffers and others.
The primary goal in Flonda is
to enhance or restore native habi-
tat and to emphasize conservation
efforts that benefit rare. threat-
ened or endangered species or
ecological communities, such as
longleaf pine .,
"I Interested participants must
own or lease a minimum of 40
acres and must be willing to
.maintain any installed practices
for at least two year after installa-
tion.' Cost-share funds per con-
tract are generally limited to
820,000 each. Applicants will be,
prioritized based on wildlife man-
agement objectives., i
For further information on
the Wildlife' Habitat Incentives-


Program (WHIP) contact your local
Natural Resources Conservation
Service at 850/674-8271 or come
by the office at the USDA Service
Center located at 17413 NW
Leonard Street, Blountstown. To
sign up or learn more about
WHIP, speak to Brian McGraw or
Cathy Davis.

Graze-Out Program.
The Farm Service Agency
(FSA) is currently accepting appli-.
cations for the 2002 crop year
Gfaze-Out Program. Grazes-Out
payments will be made instead .of
loan deficiency payments (LDPs)
for 2002 through 2007 crop year'si
to eligible producers who elect to
use acreage planted to x.heat.
barley, oats, or tnticale, for graz-
ing by livestock.
For further information of the
Graze-Out Program, please: con-
tact the Ca]houn-Franklin-Gulf-
and Libertyv County FSA Office at
174.13 NW Leonard Street.
Blountstown. FL 32424 or call .
850-674-8388 or 1-800-243-9912
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JULY 18, 2002


t Florida Garden

Extension Notes.


Roy Lee Carter
Gulf County Extension Service



Prepare Your Yard


for Hurricane Season


by Roy Lee Carter, County,
Extension Director
June 1st marked, the official
beginning of the hurricane sea-
son. Although. we haven't had a
hurricane this season it doesn't
hurt to be prepared.
The arrival of hurricane sea-
son signals the need to develop
some contingency plan. to guard
our lives and property from pow-
erful winds and flooding rains.
Ornamental plants and other
landscape objects are especially
vulnerable.
: One of the, most important
S protective. measures is to stake
down any. new trees and shrubs
on your home grounds. By "new"
we mean anysmall trees or large
shrubs you've planted within the
past year. The stakes should be
two or three feet long. You'll need
three or four per tree. Drive them
into the soil .to a depth of 18-24
inches, slanting them away from
the tree at a 450 angle. This will
make them more secure and less
likely to be pulled but.
How far, you place the stake
from a tree will depend on its size.
A general rule is to locate the
stakes the same distance from the
base of the tree as the height
'above the ground at which you
plan to attach the guide wires. To
secure the wire and keep them
from slipping off, make notches in
the stakes a few inches from the
top of each. Then. attach wires in
these notches. and run them to a
point about two-thirds up the
trunk.
Before attaching the wires to
the tree, run them through
lengths of garden .hose to protect
the bark. Now, tighten the wires
enough. to prevent excessive tree
movement, but not so tight that
they may break-or, worse yet.,
cause the tree, to break in: high,,
,inds. T : .. .
SIn addition to staking and
buying small trees and shrubs.
. you should inspect larger trees for
broken, dead, or damaged limbs.
and remove these as soon as pos-
sible. Hurricane winds can tear
such limbs from a tree. and turn
them into dangerous projectiles.
However, remember that it is not a
good idea to prune healthy,
Branches before a hurricane.
because this encourages new
growth which is very vulnerable to
wind damage. .
S;During the storm season, it is
especially important to keep roof
gutters clear of. leaves, twigs and
other debns. Drainage should be
at its best to, cope with heavy.hur-
-icane rains.
If you have hanging baskets,
tub plants, or large potted plants
on exposed porches or patios,
they should be moved indoors
ahead of the storm. Hurricane
winds can damage or completely
destroy both exposedQ plants and
containers. Other loose items
which can be hurled about, such
as lawn furniture, garden tools,
toys.and garbage cans also should


be .brought inside before strong
winds strike. In addition to being.
severely damaged or destroyed,
such objects can become lethal
flying objects during a hurricane.,
While we all hope our state.
avoids serious hurricane damage
this season, it's still very impor-
tant to be prepared. So, check
your home grounds thoroughly.
keeping ou- precautionary point-
ers in mind. And, if you detect
potential dangers, take corrective
action promptly.


Pour-On Batter
Crust Easy for
Cobblers
Some believe that the name
cobbler comes from dropping a
soft dough over fruit so that it
looks rough and "cobbled".
Of course. oneoof the easiest
ways to make a cobbler is to top
fruit with a pour-on batter crUst.
This type of topping, like the one
used in Georgia Peach and Berry
Cobbler, is so easy to make that it
can be ready for the oven in just a
few minutes. The topping-made
with self-rising flour, sugar. milk
and melted butter-is just poured
over fruit and bakes up cnsp and
golden brown.
: There are so many ways to,
make cobblers that there has to
be one right for you. Whether you
choose a cobbler made with the,
traditional pie crust, a nch biscuit
topping or a pour-on batter, here
* are a few tips to make your cob-
bler perljct.
*Choose ripe juicy 'fruits and
berries. When out of season.
unsweetened frozen fruits and
bernes may be substituted.
*Sugar to taste. Most recipes
make a moderately sweet cobbler,
but you mdv add sugar to taste
depending on personal preference
and sweetness of fruit.
*Serve warm. Cobblers are
delicious topped with ice cream,
heavy cream or whipped cream.
No matter which topping you
prefer, or how much time you
have for preparation, the tradi-
tional Southern cobbler stands
ready to delight family and guests
* alike.


Georgia Peach
and Berry Cobbler
Filling:
4 c. peeled sliced peaches*
1 c. blackberries or raspberries*
3/4 c. sugar
1 t. cornstarch
1 t. grated lemon peel
Topping:
1 1/4 c. self-rising flour
2 T. sugar
1 c. milk
1/2 c. butter or margarine, melted
Heat oven to 4000F. In large
bowl, combine filling ingredients;
mix well. Pour into 12x8-inch
baking dish or other shallow 2-
quart casserole.
In large bowl, combine four
and sugar; mix well. Add milk and
butter; stir until blended. Pour
batter over fruit.
Bake at 400TF. for 45 to 50
minutes or until topping is golden
brown and filling is bubbly. CoolF
slightly. Serve warm.
*Frozen unsweetened peaches
and berries may be used. Thaw
partially before using.

Flaky Pie Crust
Makes Ultimate.
Cobbler
Cobblers are usually defined
as a fruit dessert made with a
drop biscuit topping, but
Southern cookbooks can offer as
many as seven different recipes
for this simple dessert. The variety
comes not only from using differ-
ent fruits, but also from how the
crust Is made-from traditional
pie crust or biscuit dough to a
wide variety of pourable batters.
An informal survey of Southern
cooking authorities verified that
the ultimate traditional Southern
cobbler is made with flaky pie
crust baked in a large pan or bak-
ing dish. Most "pie crust cobblers"
are made with a bottom and top
crust like the Dixie Cobbler, which
may be filled with blackberries or
peaches. And some serious cob-
bler makers like to go one step
further-baking pieces of crust on
a baking sheet until brown and
crisp. and then layering these
crisp pieces of crust with the fruit
as the cobbler is assembled.
Cobblers popular in trendy
Southern restaurants are fre-
quently topped with rich biscuit
dough and are a little easier to
make.
Dixie Cobbler with
Traditional Pie. Crust
Crust ,
2 c. all purpose flour -,'
1, :t. salt f.
25/3 c. shortening .,
4 to 5 T. ice water '
Filling
5 c. peeled, sliced peaches; or
blackberries*
3/4 c. sugar
2 T. cornstarch
6 T. butter or margarine
2 T. butter or margarine, melted
2 T. sugar


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.In medium bowl, combine
flour and salt and mix well. Cut in
half of the shortening with pastry
blender or two knives until mix-
ture is consistency of coarse"
crumbs. Cut in remaining short-
ening until mixture is consistency
of small peas. sprinkle water, 1 T.
at a time, over mixture: stir with
fork until mixture leaves sides of-
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Shape into 2 balls.,one 2/3 of
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S Roll out remaining dough to
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Bake at 375-F. 50 to 60 minutes
or until crust is golden brown.
'Frozen unsweetened peaches
and berries may be used. Thaw
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the American Yoga Association
(AYA), yoga may help .people with.
arthritis deal with pain and stiff-
ness, improve range of motion
and increase strength, for daily
activities.
:One of the most common
forms of arthritis is rheumatoid
arthritis (RA), which affects
approximately two million
Americans. of which more than 75
percent are women. RA is a
chronic, autoimmune disease in
which the body's immune system
attacks healthy tissue lining the
joints, leading to pain. deformity
, and disability that may be perma-
nent. Now available is a first-of-its
kind online Yoga guide specifically
for people with RA, developed by
the AYA, in collaboration with the
Arthritis Foundation and support
from RAacademy.com.
For thousands of years people
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and strength. improve concentra-
tion. relieve stress and increase
energy. Today the benefits of yoga
may extend to people with RA.
According to a pilot study
published in the British Journal
of Rheumatology,. people with RA
.who participated in a Yoga pro-
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experienced greater handgrip
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did not practice yoga.
"People with RA may benefit
from low-impact exercises like
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PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA
MAY 14. 2002
REGULAR MEETING
The Gulf County Board c-. County Commis-
sloners met this dale in regular session with the flI-
lowing members present Cnairman Carmen L
McLemore. \Ice Cnairman Jerr) W Barnes. ana
Commissioners Bill E Tra)lor. Carl W Fox and
Nathan Peters. .Jt
Others present -ere Counry Aaiorney Time.
Lhy McFarlar.d. Clerk Douglas C Birmingham
Depur> Clerk Leanna Rocerta. Depury Clerk/Budget
61 Finance Director Becky Norris. Cl-hief AdminisU-
tor Don Buler. Admlinistrator,'Ernergenrc Manage.
-ment Dir Larry Well: Code Enforcement COfiTlcer
Tony Varona. County Planner Daad Richardson
Emergency Management/91 i Coordinalor Marinall
Nelson. Malnlenance Supennienderin Steve Mork
Solid Waste 'Mosquito Control DIr Joe Danrdobrd.
TDC Coordinator Paula Pickert. elterans' Service
Officer. S H I P Administrat or Bo illiams and
Sher1iTs Office Captain .Jo.:e ugent
Captain Nugi-:nr called the merung to order at
6 00 p E DT
\ ice Chmn Barnes opened u-e mreeung wih,
prayer anrd Chmn McLemore led Lne Pleage of Alle
glance to the FlIg
CONSENT AGENDA
'ConImm, Tra -lo:r mouonea to approve the Conr,
sent Agend a with tre deletion of item- 2 ana invoice
"3 from iemr 5 Comm r Foe seconded the moiuon
and ii passed unanuTiou$1
I Minutes April 22. 2002 Special Meeting-
April 23 2002 Regular Meeting April 29 200)2 -
Special Meeting Ma, 6. 2002 Special Meeting
Correcuon to Minutes April 23 2,0.'2 as fol-
low'
Conungency on Landing at Wetapp3o CreeK
final plat approval should be -Conungen to wetland
dellneaution by C:'rps of Engineers -an a Floria
Department of EnironmenLal Proleucron inltead -of
H R S sepuc and wlier'
"DELETE" 2 AtDndenrr-,i-' Pr-,:-:e.s Reque i,
[For.ion c.I Hara StueeC '^-er-u'eti
3 Budget .-enmirenet 7-T.'.. Colleclor
Employee l I. 13.01 S 9 P01.) 001 ais ollosv
Budget Amer.dment "7 General Fund
Original Amended
BuLget. increase Decrese Budget
Tat Collector
22213 00000 Ta.l Collector
,333.551 89600.' SO 5343 151
Reserie,s
99'94-95000 Res.er.e for Conting
? i-'0 .22 SO s9.r600 5 7 1 022
Budget ,TAmendinaen-t 6 Jail Feno tuonr, Pro.
. lect 10001-34) Cierage Tent Cir, Inmale Guard
(8 4.700 001. as follows-
Budget Amendment "8 General Fund
Original Amended
Budget Increase Decreas Budget
Detenuon and Corre:uans
S3i23 00000 Detenuon & Correcti-.-ns 0
D0 IO.SO0 S0 S lO 500
53123-34100 Room & Board ,Out of Co
S 5.000 SO S 4 800 S 20,)
S3123 6210 0 ImprovemenLts to Big
SIC) 00000 26000 T SO S1261000
S3123 64000 Equipment
SO S12 C 200 S O 1 F1 2.2,,
Reserves: '. '
99984.95000 Reser.'e for Conting
S171 022 S0 S.143900 S127 122 ..
Budget .tTiendment 19-Industrial Par k
Repairs 15 00. Oili as follo.,iss
Budget .Amrrendment 9-
Ceneral Fund-
Origlnal Amended
Budget ineae Decre Budgel'
Indusmnal Park
24652-46100 Rep & tMint Big_ Grd-
SO S5 000 SO S 5 000
Reseres
99984 -9500,' Rese-re a.-r Conting
S127.122 SO ?500' 0 S122.122
Budget Am-namenl ItO Circuit Crimnnal
Connllct COSL- 1 S311'00 0' 1 a; oll-o a,
Budget A.endrenr, IC0
General Funa
Cinginarl Amended e
Buiget. Increase Decrease Buget
ConrlicL Public Defender Circuit Criminal
6.1021 3100C0 Pr..flessi nal Stre -.:s
S 19.i00 0 31) 000 )o S 849 0c )
Reserves: ,
99R'8'4.9500,) Resere lor Contlng
S122. 12 SO I S30.0C00 S 2.122
Budget Amenament "11 H \ F D Additior
1"010 1*r:CIt1 H % \\ S Shortage l'34 1 .50 001I as iol.
Iows
Buogel Anendment I
General Fund
Original Amended
Budget Increase Deer mCae Bludgse
Highland letV Fire Department -
H-'222 e62100 lmpro.erments to Blag '
S': SI .500 S '.$17.500
Water Systems:
WS333-63000 Improv. other than Bldgs.
$0 $26,000 $ 0 $26.000
Reserves:. '
99984 95000 Reser,e for Conting
$92.122 S0 543500 848 62 2'
Budget Expenditure Sec.nd.ry Road-8
Bridge Funds S36.333 0.)0 Dilrime II
Budget Snerilfs Departnmeit fNar.otic For
fenure IS1 246 001
4 Court Order Pament to ti.tc.rne, .1 Gor
don Shuler IBuckaleI. n01-161CF 5274 40 to
be paid from Account *61021-31000)
Parmen to Artorne'y J Gordon Shuler Har
riman 9i3-158'-CF S39635 to. be paid f'ron
Account #61021-310001
Payment to Artorne J Gordon Shuler (Rus
sell B`2.037.MM I* t 314 39 '" o be paid fron
Account #72031-31000) .
5. Invoice Agency for He-dth Care Adminis
tration Medicaid (February 2i002 S3.252 5.
March. 2002 $2,860 0D to be paid from Accoun
#52264-34100)
Ba, Medicat Center H.C R A "0133.40' 18
Ft -.4 li 30134501:1664 -5 W,'
#0202200761 $14. .0%4 .0207.:,",' I S140'-.
to be paid from Account #51462-31500)
?DELETE* Brown Consluting Group. Inc.
Five Points Lar ill %.ell InstCallaticn 1 in1 8 1ll
$2.820.00 to be paid fronim ccour.t .42F34 ai 30,:,N
Panama Court Reporting Ser-. ice I2 3 04
08-02 $180.40 232 '04 01 02 S120 )0
#233 04-01-02 SIlO :0 "235 04.23 02
$222.40 / #236 04 23 02 S 108 00 "248 044
25-02 $180.72 / p249 04 26 02 S130 72
#253 04-27-02 $84.00 / #268 04-28-02


$681 00i / 269 04-29&30-.02. 0-02-.02 7.Si,. 4f0
/ #27' 05-0 3 -2 61.242 'i.) i2i1 05 07-02 "'
$194 00 to be paid from various Court Reporter
line item.e)
Precision Communicauons Fire Depart-
ment Repeater Repair (x04 15 '308 95 to be
paid from Account f24629-462001 Invoice Future
Approval Fire Department Repeater RepairF to be
made from S12 5) Mo.nrg 'iolarior, Surc.harge
Funds |124629 4620')i1
6 Job C IS Summer Assistant (Contract
Labor-Je&i.lca Ford-8310 00 eekl
7 Resolution Budget Amendment IFinaring
Solid Wasle Chipper 528 2550 00 Bid ":,102-'-2:1
as follofws a
RESOLUTION No. 2002-13 Ion file)
THIS RESOLLTiON A,-F'iTED b the GullfCr,
Board of.CKr Comm a this 14i- day of MNy 20_,,02
Resolution Authonznrg Chmn to execute
OTTED Application for Rural irnfraLructure
Grant as follohs-
RESOLUTION NO. 2002 14 (oan ile)
8 SeniceAgreement Contract Addendum (21l
ST D C 'St -Joe News Nercor-K
9 S HI P Subordinauo, Agreement IMr S
Mrs Scott Harnevy
i0 Special ProjectS PaTnents entas follow-
Di.t I Wewahltchp.a Girls Summer Soltball
Team S 250 00 (Account A21 I i .4'160011
Dlit 3 Mize Plumbing Glass d Suppl', Bea-
con Hill Park S 81 50 Rm gel Southerr, Eletrical
Beacon Hill Park S 32. Wallace Pump &- Supply -
Beacon Hill Park S49 68 (Accunt N2 II I I .460031
Di-t 5 Mize Plumbing. Glas.s Suppl1 Sall-
ras Park ES 9 66 IAAcount "--, I II -460051'
I i Waler Bill White City Park iAdiu'r bill to
wholesale cost from -, 00-.O '10
PUBLIC HEARING-FINAL PLAT
f- _HIDE-A-WAY SHORES
Pursuant 'o adierwuement to hold a public
hearing Fi consider final pla rapproi .1 for r.13ckIa
FproperiiC 'rcel IC' I,..'3e- F1 ) 2R1. Cr, ,.vt,
McFarland read the public. hearing noUcee and called
for public comment There being nco public corrmenrt
Comm Barnes mooned to approve me final plat of
Hide-A-.VWa Shore.s for Mack 5y Properues CommC
Tradlor :ec.:rided the moon and it passed unani-
mou l)
COUNTY-WIDE VOTING
Upon sequel bi Cr.' sin McFarland Comm.
Traylor Tmoeioned to approve a retainer agreement
with Auorne-) Mark Packmanr for the CNry -wide ot-
Ing Ihugation Comm Fo\ .s-econaed the motion and
it passed 4 to I with Comm Peters young no
ADVERTISE FOR BIDS HIGHLAND VIEW
STORMWATER DRAINAGE PROJECT
Upon recommend auon b% Chief Adinl-niLrsior
Buder Comm. Fox mooned t10o adveruse to. recent
sealed bids for the Highland View Stormwater
Drainage Pro.ect Ito be paid from C D BG Furnda
and In kind -erlcesl Comm Peters seconded the
nmoLon and it passed unanimously
AWARD BID M 0102-22 DENTAL INSURANCE
SLiUpon recommendauon by h'e Insuranrce Com-
mittee and Chlef Administralor Butler Comm
Barner mentioned to award bla 0C -'Y 22 for Dental
Insurance to Pacific Life arid Annuity ip.ic., offerE
caerage.4 in the first Sear Lhati the o-ther corpanies
did not cn'erl. Corm Peter- s-econded the moon
and It passed unanlmouly..
Employee O'nl\ E20 14 Empl.,,ee and Spouse
542 00
Empl.o:ee and Childirenl S6.3 69 Full Family
$84 5.9
AWARD BID 110102-23 FINANCING / ROAD
DEPARTMENT DUMP TRUCK
tUpon recoimmenaaion b.- Chief Adrrinitrator
Butler Comm Peters moruoned lo aa ara,bId n0102
23 (for financing if a dump truCk for the Road
Department in ue amount of $47 995 001 to Alice H
Core flow bidder) at a rate 4 7,9-': for three 131
years Comm Traylor -eco.nded. the m-luori and it
passed cunanimour.l.u
REJECT BID O 102 24 GASKIN PARK BOAT
DOCKS
Upon reccommenraaion by Chief Administraior
Buder Comm Travlor mouoned to reject bid #t,102.
24 for the Gsinr, Park Boat Docks irecei ed only one
bid that exceeded the amount of the grant fundinel
and to adsertise to receive separate sealed bids for
the piles ICrv can purchase the plles la. ir.el. the
floaung dock Land instUllaLlin of the piles Comm
Fox seconded the mouon and it passed unanimous-
i '
LABORER ROAD DEPARTMENT
Uporn .ecommendation by Chief A.dministrator
Butler Comm Trayvir i m:-uoned in hire Timoith,
\ ade Meredith lor the lab-.rer po-itinr, for the Road.
Departmierl conLrlneni upon his Icsr re'ull u will be
elTffecue rlondcay .,f'; 2'1) 2002) Coim Barnec
'econdea the moLlon ana it passed unanilmousl,
INVOICES ENGINEERING
Upon recommendauon by Chief Adminl-trator
Butler Conm Traylor motioned r,. pa) the folloi,.ng
Preble-PRsh. Inc invoices Ito. be paid from grant
fund&l Conim Barnes 'econded the moon. and it
Spa.sed unaanl, oush
62173 S 6 25000 Gaskin Park FR.DC-AP
Project I,26472.310001. "62176 16.30000 Cr,
Roa C5 C I G P 140741-310001 6 I -17. 856 800 00
Cr, Ro.a- 386C I., P 140)4 1.-310001
C.D.B.G. GRANT AGREEMENT
BEACON HILL
Upon recommendaurun b% Chief Admintd'rator
Butler. Comm Barne monuoned to allc.- ur,e CrCnmr
to e\e.uie the C D'B G Areen ent for tne Beacn
Hill Wellrnc.:s & Therap:, Ge ,-Care pFtan sewer
arnd 'soer project CConin F:.% e:econoded the m,:hi n
and Il passed unanlniou-l',
ROAD BOND 2001-2002 CHANGE ORDER
l Upon recommendation bv Chiel Adminisuralor
SBuder Comm Tradlor mou-roned io appro'.e '001
200'2 Road Bond Cnarinee Order a' a ltoiai increa-e
of S61 1I'6001 contingent upon changing CasLle-
wo.od Lane to rellect 1egin in District II instead of
S District I Comm Fo\ seconded the moon and i I
o passed unarnimoud .1
INVOICES ROAD PAVING PROJECTS
Upon recommendati-on by Chnef' Admninistr or
SButler Cornm, Plfiers mooned tIo approve payTrnert
of the f.o.li lng C W Robert- Contraciung Inc
- Inoice_ Comm Barnes e..r,nded the rc,-U.-Ln and It
l passed unanimncusly.
"I Gulf ,Cri Shi.buildlng Road $ 16,425.00
1 "2-555 630,00)
02 Gulf Cry Road Bond 2001-2002
S ,- 4 3'2 i;'. 1-4 441-63000)
TIPPING FEES PALMER
8 Solid 'Waste Dir. Da nford reporea that at .a
4 pre'.lou meeung the Boar-a agreed nol to charge
Morris Palmer tipping fees to di-po.-e of detnbris from
his property, and stated that the debris totaled
$11.000.00 (071 tons of debris). Chief Administrator
Butler stated that It was his understanding that It
, i would only be two or three dump tr-uck loads. Upon
Inquiry by Comm F-ax Solid Waate Dir. Danford
reported Lilt It vass 3)5'40 dump truck loads. After
further dicus-lon C.nm Traylor motioned not to
charge Mr Palmer f.:r disposing of up to three loads
of debris but to oill himr for any o er tLhal arn.:uni
Common Fro seconded Ihe notion, and it passed


unanrirouso
LANDFILL ENGINEERING PROPOSAL
Chief Administrator Butler dci alcuse. a pror.-
posal from nme engineers In mre amount :I
S12 6':'0 00 for Lue C:-nsenr, Atreement Re:p.onse lfor
5 Points. Buckr -rn and St Jrmo Dump p.r-.iect,
Solid \Wa.ste Dir Danf'ord dls.uased that in a:-dltuon
to the engineennig :.:.lst there will i-.: b-e cb ot'antist
mnd sureying co: t ,lor this pr-Ieci Cmm Fei-rr:
mouonea to a p;pr,-- ine enginee-riig prop.:.-al and-
additirnal costs for this project CorrTi Bar, ne s
ornded the moLlon ara It pasted unar.Imou-l.,
MOSQUITO SPRAYING
Mos:quito Cont rol Dir E ard'or d.alcsse d he
need to :%pro fr reS.-i ui.,es rT,,Or- .:.iier, dul.r, lai
,'ear to pre.eni spread dinr, ofdi ,: = cnd re q.e .:iE.
permias.slon lo pr'a:, daB, per ,-eL. on the n.-.n.h-
end c.f the Cr,' He i ao adltcusecl purrsIng a
hard held mo-quito sprraer io spra., in arelha- -ai
cannot be reached aer, the u-u-k ,Comrm Tra,ir.r
moiUoned to allo. 6 da', : ol mros.-Ull o pra.in .:.-r.
the North end ofi the :Cr' ard 1Io purchl-:e a nrn.
held moa:qui.:, p.ra',.:r Comm- B irns. e:.n.d the
motion for dilscjsilor, and fiter discussion ihe"
moon pao-ed unarinmousl',
COMPLAINTS MOSQUITO SPRAYING
Mosquito Control Dir Danfr:.d reported that
any complaints regarding mco-qulio t.prna',g c.n the
Sc.,u Lr, end of the Cti, should be directed ro lt.i:
2-'7-i401 and complaints on me North end :of the
Cty should be dire :td to ISi0i 6:39 di,84 ilndiidLu-
al= should leave their name anoare- and telephone
numnerl
ROAD PAVING 2001-2002 ROAD BOND
."hmn MLe.:L re pae -Ed the Chair to ,'-:
Chmn Barnr.rrsna molatc-nred io -pllt iLe ren-arlinlriE
balance of tre -' n -210n2 Ro.d B. nd Fund-
lapprumaiely,' 56240.', 000 0'.1 ce-r-.e-n -istri.: I .ian a
Diz- nci V Comm Traile-r Oeconded. Lthe mtUr-ilr, I'-:t
discussIzln and alter aicua.-ior, thie inmouon passed
unanimously Chmn Barnei reiurn-a the Cnair ro.
.rnm ,1hicLemore..
S-ABANDONMENT HARDY STREET
|IOVERS7REIET) .-
Caomm Feler'i dicus'ea the removal of pa'g.'
19 from the Consent .-gernda (regarding abari dc.
mert of a portion of Hardy SLreeF) and motioned to
deny the abanrdcnmenL. process Comm Barnees sec.
onded the motion for dlcu;si;cn r-an. aller dis'Cu.
,ion the mouc-n pas-.te- unnani-u -:i.,
NEW MILLVIEW SUBDIVISION ENVIRONMEN-
TAL TESTING
Comm, Feters reporie tr ar the Flrridsa
Department c-f Ln'tronmerLal Pr-T.le.:uon nai agreed
to conunue ennir')nmertal esung in tre Mill.k.
Subdlr.sicn.r a ea
LANDFILL INVOICE CONSENT AGENDA
Chief Am inint -rai.r Butlar ,ii:cu sed remo al
of the in"oice or, page -i. Ifrotm tLne -consert Arindia
iBrown Con-sulting irc $S2 620 001 s taUrn t-hat
the auditor. haoc que.-uoned pat. Lir.ough projectL
cof Lhis Fature L
GUL. CTY. HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Comm Peters thanked Gulf Cr, Heaith
Departunct Adminlsr3tior Dug lKent f-or nir :rk
on the rDiiLalrirnator, problem in rlD'tlni-t I'.
ST. JOE PAPER COMPANY
PROPOSED SUPERFUND
Wan'3a Charnolf appeared bef.'.re -the Board ito
discus superfund pr.:.jecrt in .'criou -::-rialle ao.nd
she discus nsed a pr-p-:.e-d 'up-_rfund at the S' .I-:
Paper Mill site
STUMPHOLE
Commn, Barne ,di-:cussed the I'leer: tnar -111
be suc.minted te- the lae rprep-er.Lt-,au.eS regarding
the Slumphol. area a3r.a encouraged oiher" Btar.d
riCnTib'.rt to .nrlt- a lender t:i .'ll .- r.m i arr.e
iateled that C ,hief ,.amritril-lrt-i-, r BulAU:-.r -.ill ut it -
the letter rc:.da, Cr., Air,,' rc.-:Fsr.i d di-.:u:e the
Cc-rndemnauon iAc a'. t-,e Sturtphc.ie and repc:rle:-i
trial the State oansi a 1lt -:.f ipr:.peFt-rt, in -ha' area
ILLEGAL MOBILE HOMES OVERSTREET
Comm Tran.lor dlscusse-d m,.bile horses In lr
Oc erstreet are .a -,nich are n.t in .c.implllanc, -'ith IJ-ic
Cn' Ordinance a.ud .ar.e'd that the d..I Enfo.:rce-
meni 'l- licr he is ddrmg the l-'-i:: i., c:rm
plaints should be rep-.rned ir. ,C"ode Enforc-,mer,r -iTi-
c:r \aronal
BOAT RAMP DEAD LAKES CTY. PARK
C.:.mm Tra.lo, r S.aled c thai -r.ief -dminlisra
t-r Budler -.:.ompice-'d a aisai ,ireciardling ranr funds
and epeniture." forr t..: .aL ranpas a nd the Cr, i I)
begin Instialiun a ubo-at ramp at tlih. C'e aD Lake; E Ia.
SPECIAL PROJECTS PAYMENTSI
Upon mo1t-i-n b., Cornim ro-. Se,c-rit D.
Comm Peeers anrd unarilm-us .-'.I Le f.:Ollovi.
Spe.-ial Proje.:ct Fa.,rnernts ere api:pr-o .
District ilI CL't 'i-:,uU B., 1- 1, r,J rUnd*.--r
Baseball S1', 1 00 Fcri St ..i: B.., SurrmiTer .Ea:-
Dat Tenon. 526': :i P-r.:t il .ire G' l- Sa> n.,r er Sf..I"
badl Team n i 25''s V.e \ i-,iwcri-..a 'iris Sn,-,mer
Sob .1ail Team S '' % 0r .lAc.ac ur,. i I 11 -4t :i:',) r
Dlstrilet V CL'J, 'loutn B-'s- I[,' a, 'i i.'rnder
Baseball S';50''0 Port St ..ic. Bor, Summer Base:-
ball Team 2S50. 00 Port St ..:.C Girl; Su,mmr S.fn.
ball Team 9250 00, t-J-count 2i I 11.40,'".I ,
BEACHES NEWSLETTER
Canm Peler3 reportne- that ,Cap: San BI-s.
had an article published in S-.urtlie- Lit-in.u and Sf /
joseph State Park may be rate' r unbcr one in the
conunental Inlen ates TD TDC C...c-ordinato.r Pt.:k-
ert reported that she ha' re--i .-iifl'.an Irh'at
Dr Siepnen Letr-rman irake; ta.p 11'. Be a-.Iehe aill %ic-
at S' Joseph Sate Fark onr Fnda% r la. 24. 20'02 io
anro,,nce the ne. top ten bea-ches andr -ne itared
thal St .ioseph State Parrk has t.-.:mrn rank-d se':or.c '
f-:.r the pa3l thre-e ,e-rs
BOAT RAMP INDIAN PASS
Upon inquin t-r o., ,mm barrne. Chif .Cdan.
Istrator BuS Ler recpc.r,.,a lhaIr inr: :r.,' .-ogi-ne, r nar
the indian PFa c..:al rimrrp design r ead, and stated'
that the-. are walunt t'. recer.e ine -1tei permTit i.he
pe,-mit fee As a .uiedl
CTY. EMPLOYEES RAISES
Alford Cuichin appeared before 'he Board it.
OaiS.-.ss :C', empic-'.ee rcaJse! mat 'cr.-: npcroc. e3 a
a pre.l1ous meLting aru- inquir-] 11i itis In.ludacJ
ra-Je.s for tie Srnerill c Deopart'ernl T'mTeic.,.: .
Chmnr, MLernore sa'lied Lnar the pr.:-pomed rai-'
.ere only for the' Mosqulto i nl. .l x Fu :.lt '..::rk-:t
andL the Road 'epanrerenLs ,-hrr. I.lcLenr..re di:
cussed Lhat raise- aefe inclu-aed in Lne Srenif'
Budge[ Comm Tra'lor state-.l (har LcIt r.rop.:a,-'i IS
being negoutaled -1Urli me .lnUnion
GULF CTY. TRANSPORTATION-DONATION
Glendia wnluns appeared -el:,for tre le Board to
thank tiem for u-,eir d.:.r:ia'jon rt. .the Cull Cc-
Tr arportauon Fpoarna -omlm Fee., : th-irnked
Mrz '-'Ttlting for her r .a-rd .urh i j',a dO,-3 .:a'l:.,
MOSQUITO SPRAYING
MIr.l, l, BIa-:h.,,ll ippe-rcd -..rore the Board
tc. di.-u_ ss'lhe ne -. m-,._,qui .-' -pra, stating that
there are more m.o'-squite. a3 snr. aclso discussed'
the health risks to humans from the chemicals used.
GASOLINE TANKS WEWAHITCHKA
Wanda Chasnoff appeared before the Board to
discuss the buried gasoline tanks located in
Wewahitchka. and discussed her concerns regarding'
gas leaking into the water supply. She requested
that the Board hae these gasoline tanks removed.
After further discussion. Chmn. McLemore request-
ed Gulf Cr' Heitlth Department Administrator Kent


test Lake ,-thie Lake Julia acnd around, Lhe scnooi 1or
p s,.sibl-. c,:,-na inatiorn
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
E C Ir Karen \thales appeared before
tle Bo.ard .ro discuss the Econoroic Deselopmeni
eCo.mmiittee 5 aenda for the following 'ear and she
irated that the E D C E..il is to bring at least three
n v t.J burinec:I [: Callf Cr, this -ear She reported
Lhar Culf ..a'hm agte.n and Holmes Countile ha,.-
re -:erur, bu inesem- so. tne, can cid on go.ernmen,
:.:ntra.~i Co.mm Peter' Lhaniled E D C Dir Wna-.
I'. ifor pre ending the Co.mm r 'ith copie .:f the
E D minutes:
GULF CTY. HEALTH DEPARTMENT. PHASE II
ull '1,' -HeAltn De-.rLtnierit did ir.imzrtor
i.rnt app:-ad bt.-ifrc Lth- B-_-.aj -. rep rtil hat 81 SI
-.illl- in iS in the Stale budget for Phase li ,:o j-re Cull
Cr% HealtJh 'Depa.rnment arno requested iat the
B-.ar thadn. Lthe State Rep.resenlaur'..e for their
a si ance-: irn obtaining this funding
WATER TESTING GULF CTY
Kenti al-s dlscu:ed Lte ci:ncer rate in GCul
.tr, and i. tred Inat the Health Deparu-n-nt will
,:ronunue to p.erforTm afterr ie-ting Comm Trail1r"
thanked Kent for le:sLng the water systems iJter
dicusiion regarding mosiqulio ipraylng. and uponr
inquiry. c., B.enda Relnhan. Kent reported that
numerous tiest are done on iater samples and the
testing re .ult are a. allable at Cir) Hall
RESOLUTION GERI CARE / A.R.P.C
-:r, Air, Mc.Farland read Resolution No,
2.-, 14 lapprve.J In tne Consent Agendal Upon
mouron by Comm Barnes. -econd by Comm Fox.
and unan.im'.-u Lote. the Board agreed to execute
and. .dritrc.uic Re.olullon No 2 002-.14 loa the
Apalar.n'e Fegional Planring Council
There c.eirg no further ouslness and upon
moon b, Comm Barne'. second by Comm Fox.
and unanimou- .'ote the meeting did then adjourn
a, : 14 prr EDT
Carmen L McLemore Chmn
-',re:, Dru.ls C Birmilnham. Clerk
PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA
MAY 20. 2002 ,,
SPECIAL MEETING
Tne G:ulf Ci.,' Board of Cr, Comm c met this
dlate in 'pe.:ial e ion,-awith the fIolloilng rnembers
p.renr -:hn C:rmen L mr...Lemore 'i:e Chmn
J-rr, v Earr .cn and Commin Carl W F .:, Cc-nim
Bill., E T ,a.l .r an. listnan Feters Jr i.erre bienil
-jLheri present ,.ere Eepuq, Cleri. Learn
Robernt Depur, Clerk 'Budgetl Finance Dir Beck'.,
fj.:,rri Chl-ef .Administrator Don Butler AdminisL-a-
i'e -,- is'anr Debte Wibberg Building Official
Ml.:nael L H anmord Code Enforcerent C'f-lcer
T.-.ny '.'rora .ailnienarrn-'e Suprinhlenderlt Ste,.e
l.-c.rk F.oa.- Superinlcnerien Bobb., Knee and Water
Depart.3mernt super. isrPF'ublc .V.:.-rK Dir Gerald
reareer
Chmn McLemore called the meeting to order
atJ i.pm EDT
EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER BUILDING
Chm,,n .cL-.more dil--:dased pl ans for :on.r
iructlon ,.f Lhe Ernmigen.:', .'peranoni Cenier Buld.
i',.e C -. and ,-onm Fo, ma-lne- lto name the
Eniergen,:.. ',perAlon Center in honro.r of Joseph N
Bearden a:,mm rnres seco-nded ihe moon and.
a'fer dilcuo"ion reg arding L-,tala]tliin of a dedica.
uon ii Lni'r mali-oon pa_;,eid unanmo-usl', 13.01
ROAD PAVING
'nrmn r.lcLemore 'taied that Corr,m Feter-
put r-:.a. pa ing or mtne agenda but i a tent Irom
Lne meelnig I.Upon Inquir b% Chmn n ,McLemore
orrni Barrne arnd Fo. -ratld i. naLt Le did nc.-
r-eed :.- *i.l:u::T road paving
WHITE CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT
l.Ipon mol,-.n b., Caomrm F% _e-:cornd by
C-'mniT Barnes and unanimou IS3l01 .ote. the
Board aie-ed-i to name the WrVhie CItn Fire Depan-
ment Buildingl, In mem-:,r) c Cru C s F Hard,. long.
Ijme memlc.rr )f the lire aepartrrient
Ther-e being n,:- further business ana upon ..
noiri. c. o .,. ,r F.:.- the ime- tirng did then aoi'urn
:.r 4 I p ..T E' ET
,.ar.Ten L M..:Lemrore Chmnr
ATTEST Douglas C Birmingham Clerk
PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA
MAY 28. 2002
REGULAR MEETING
Tn.: ,'ulil Cr> Board ,:,I C\ Comm mei this
-iae in reular :e.icr, ''ILh the following members
preweil Chnn Carmer n L M.-Lemore Vice CIimn
Jerr, '. Barnei; and Comm Billy C Traylor Carl
Fo' and N.J-han Peters Jr
'-,th-er. present sere Cty Ai'y Timothy
MT. Farland -Clerk Dougla. C Birmingham Deputy
Cl'rk Leanr,na R.:berts Deputy Clerk,,Budgel &
Finance Dir 6ecli rJoriri Chiefi Administr.tor Don
t-,tilr .i mirin irAl '.e ,ie A. lstant Debbe W iboerg .
AlmiriittaL-ar E.m-nergenc, Management Cir Larry
11ell Building Cfhicial lMichael L Hammond Coide
Enforc.i,.r.t Offieri Tc.n i'asarona Cry Planner
C-.-id Fj-:hu-a.-.nr, Emergency Mlanagement,91 I
Co-irdinator Mar:hall Nelarn GCulf Cry E M S Dir
Si.j'- r. uilin Roaad Supernniendent Bo bb Ki.nee.
oli.a .a.le F1.lIc rito Cont.r.1l Dir Joe Danford
-T -: C .:-,rdin.al.:Tr Paula PFicheL. '.'eterar.n ,er-.lce
':'lTi.:r H I F AdnainilSatc.r Bo Williams V.aiei
E'epar'n',enk Supeni or Public V.c-rklt Dir Gerald
Shearer and Depur, Shenffi Buddy Cumbie ana
Ja :ne .-?on a. .s ;
Eepurt Sheriff C:r,.-rai .: Caled the meeting to
-:,rde at 00 pm EOT
'.ice Chmr, Barnes opened the meeung with
pra.,r a,-rd C-rrin M:Lc inmore lea ine F.ledge -:.f AJe-
Iglance to the Flag. ,. :
CONSENT AGENDA
Com.rm Barne;' m.:uor.ed to appr,.e th-e Con .
sent Ayi nda -rin Ince deileti:n :.1 Item ic a re-olu-
tion amending Resoluti--n Nc, 9-1 I (Accounlrt
a''., ible PoilC'l -omm Tr.lor seconded ihe
rriol-n rand It pased unranimouly.
I M.inules Ma.. 14. 2002 Regular Meeting-
i, 2: 20' 2 Spe:cri i M.LiUng
j Bi-l ,%d'crusement r. 1 R IL Monitor Defib-
rillato: : E M F i 5 Bid il0':12.2-9) ,
b uiwdin Permit Fee Pelund Tom & Judy
Vadnals ($359.00)
4. Change Order-- 2001-2002 Road Bond
Paving, Program (Bid #0102-13 $21,000.00
Increase for Cty. Road 5 Sod) .
Coutn O-.rder Pa.,ment to Attornev J 3Goi
con Snuler t.'il '.j3-CF .-'4 23 to be paid fr-r)i
/A:..:ount on' c *I iji.U0)
6. G.I.S. InformaLIon Pricing $6.00 per CD /
$20.00 per hour set up fee
7. Inventory Declare Overstreet Fire Depart-
ment Kaiser Jeep as surplus and allow Clerk to give
:-ill -.f s lk ...r title (.:, bauser
& in,ol.ee Ba., Medic'al Center H.C.R.A.
9,'' i'-1i .)5337 535' 10 / #01337-00210 O$70.0-
/ #0205 i1-00230 $720.20 to be paid from Account
#51462-31500) Campaign & Opinion Research.
Inc. Cty. Wide Voting (#001004 $1.,715.00 tp be
, paid from Account #21111-31200) Cty. Atty. TJmo-
'thy McFarland (April, 2002 $3.442.50 to be paid
; from Account #21314-31100) Fisher Construction
Co., Inc. H.V.F.D. Building (Bid #0102-2 *
$10.121.59 to be paid from Account #HV222-
62100) Panama Court Reporting Service (#238 *
04-23-02 $95.00 / #239 04-25-02 $15.00 /


n240 '4- 24 (10 122 41.I f- -L"DitI .-L. -
E1.36 O '"0 05.-R.i-.'2 S2'., 2 B2'.'l *I 0 -
08r-iA2 -ISO 72 "to tbe pala from .narlc.,s Court
Reporter line litem-i Preble Risn. ine Gulf Cr,
Sirdpouilding Road -ED T F "' I62; 74 I 90J0.00 to
be paid from Account "27555.-310i.'1ii F.eble-Rish
Ine Induirial Road S- C O P r (62 I 75' 83 225 C00
Sto C-e paid from Account "40i-14 .3i0,0) Preble-
RP=h Irre HienlanJ \ile. St.:rm 'ateler reramat e Fro-
' le:'-C D B t l"i2 I ,4 .3 9,5_0 i.e be paid from
A.to:,unt .33E.368 KII L .
9 maintenance Appro dal, Map Florida
Department of Transportailon (s'.H'etappo Creel-'
Briage locaie- on JarreEll Danir-ls Fadil
I, Pa.roll .io.;ph N Ber r.-tir, iPa, in lull fr
all late Dale Che..,; ,05..? 1-021
I1 Per-onn.-I FP -I -:., Chanre Tr .el e eictt.r,
5 1I a f.,lolo --
All authorized Oui.of-c- f r, travel Will tbe retmi-
bursea according ro the State rra'.el guidelines
,Change 10 .ll A un,.ruei d out-.t c.ry- tra .el sill
be reimnbursed acc-r-ir-i, to the tatle c-f Floridas
S[iuatic rule:i- and guideline
Com, s and ermp-.-.,eec ah:-. are requested i.-
use their pr.ai.el.,' c.ned ,e cl-i-s fo.r tra.el anr ,cr,
busines-s shall be entitled to reimour.sem-rnil at teU
rate of S -9 per mile as approved b. IRS O'.ernri nt
urasel and foo cOAt.:-S. hall be paid at 'irie current
Meate appr. .ed rat.- of S2i ,,:,i p-r da' Lodging
expense reimburement claim.o shall be -upporte.]
and paid bi hotel i-nI ,tel bill
Change t Con-orrm and em;.pl.',ee. %ho use
their privately rerie .ehlcle i-c.r nLra.-l and cr
bus-ines Shall be enude-] to reimnurem-,enr at the
current State rale a.-cerdin.g S-Late ,c:f Florli
SL3 tuLes rule- ard guidelines Per dieTn- and meal
expenses snail be paid 3t n-e currentn Satle rate
according to late of Flonrid Starules rules ,ani
guidelines Lo ging e:penrses reimbursement claims 0
shall be paid according io State of Florida Statues
rules and guideline' and shall be -upponred b a
copy o1f the hotel 'mr,-tel bill
1' Re-oluU,:a Budgel rien-dimeri l1 nan.: -
ire Foad ,, cparm ni E.'ur,,p 7,r.C,:l. S 4- 9 'I.."0." .
Bid a0102 2-''31. i fcll,. ,,;
RESOLUTION No 2002-15 Ion flel
"DELE'TE" ,- enaine ,Resolution i91 II
I.r- cc.unt; Pa, aCt-e Pc-lic l
13 Special Pro.lects Pa mieri,' aci i-all.-.-
DiSt I Fisher s Building S.Fppi, Cirl S.oft
ball Ice ilachine 5 3. ,6 Fisher s Buailding Suppi,'
Girls S.aftball Conce.-siorn 3r. 0C Ho-ara Crrcek
C-.-urn,- ar.1 l r-- h Cerrco Dinrer S 64.6- i-:Hi- ard
Creek Fire Ce-partsi ent 800 i' L.:nt.e ,J C..:,nal-
uoner for T-Ball Fleld 5 144 5'1 Pirn iC.A Pc-a-
Department Dinner 21 95 Sea Bree:e Barbeque -
Ro-ad Department Di-ner S 225 ''0 Talum i Hard.
'.are Suppl., T L Jimes Hc-r-n --ena ` 51S44
TaLuS : Hard, are e'; Suppl' Gicrls l it-all C-ne s-
sion S 284 51 t'eahi'r nk Blaze B:.' S:ftball
Team 2)0 00.1[Account 21 I l I 46,001 l
rIst 2 Fisner ,- Building Suppl., Girls Soft.-
ball Cornceion 6 36 T6 Lowe Air Cor-Jiluticner for
T-Ball FieldS 144 5) Taiumn s Hardware & Supplo -
CIrl; S,-ftball Conce;ssion a. c4 Sri.iaecoeunr-
St. I I I I-4" .01i'
Diwt Hghlanhi '.'ie., Fire Department S

'enuahitchl-.a Higr S:ho.l Banrd Bootters C
10000 Whilte CIr Fire Depanr-neni E')''U-
IAecount i 21111 JI ,0J3
i t S Ro., Lee Carter Plani- Cemeter.
2 12 : :i .c .:.ccunnt l I 4I ,O051
COURTHOUSE RENOVATION GRANT ..
SPENDING PLAN
LUpon recommendaue-n b, Chief Adminisrator
Buder Commf, Travior mourned to approte ne pro- .
posed sperndir, planr, grant undnrg in the amount of
S 100 '00 i i'for -:c.unrth',ouse reno. i alli-,s Comm-
Fo\ seconded the ,-amouo-n for l .iuisinc. anrd adler
discussion about repair- needed on ihe Courthouse
roof the motion pas,-ed unanim-,usl.
AWARD BID W0102-25 / ROAD RESURFACING -
CTY ROAD 386
Upon reommendau.-rn b,' Chiel Admintluator
Butler Comm Fo'. m.Lione oa to aard old "OO(."1-'
for resurfacing of-C:r, Road 3-',P -10,,erLreet Roaail te
C %v Roberts Conuracune In.: itbe-t tidderl in tne
amo,unrt of 61 952, 7'04 00 It:. ,e pa.i %illh Stale
C I G P Fundsi Comm Tr',ihor :econdea .the motion
for als.:ussionr and after di.-:cussio-n bI) members of
the B-oara and Roger Cranier of Grarnger rsphaltl
Paying Inc: the maioar, passed 4 i-. i ilth Comm
Peters '.-ung no .
REJECT BID 10102-26 / WORKCREWS III AND
V TWO METAL BUILDINGS
Upon recommendation by (thief Administrator
Buder Comm Barnes mouonerd to reject bid .)0102-
26 for tno meial buildings for Work,:rees III and V
and to purchase r o metal buildings lappro'.mailei'
E400,)00 each in Panama Cir,' Foridna .Comm
Fo. seconded ure mn.-tion arid it pas-.ed unanimous-
ly. -
l I : BEACON HILL PARK
Upon recc-mmend]ation b, Chief Admihnistrator
Butler, Comrm Traylor cmouonea to allow.the.Boird
to apply for the Conrer.ation and Recreation Land.,
Fragram 1C A R L I and use the fund to purchase
propdrty nextr the Beacon Hill Park Comm Fc,
seconded the motion, and It passed Unanimously.
PROPOSED RESOLUTION / ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
Uponr discusason bl Chief A-dmninitrator But-
ler regarding a change to the prop.-smed resolution
that ias placed ir, the Consent Agenda Cty, Atty.
McFarland read the proposed resoluti-:h by.title.
Comm Traylor motioned to adopt the following res-
olution Cnomm Bornes seconded the mc-.tion, and It
passed unanimously. '
.RESOLUTION NO. 2002-16:
A RESOLUTION AMENDING RESOLUTION
91-11, ADOPTING AN ACCOUNTS PAYABLE PRO-
CEDURE FOR THE GULF CTY. BOARD OF CTY.
COMM.S. (on file) .
LIGHTHOUSE / CAPE SAN BLAST
Upon recommendation by Chief Administrator
Builer Comm Barnes moitoned to approve the
grant application IS350 000 00) to fund renovations
to the lighthouse and lighthouse keepers quarters at
Cape San Blas, as prepared b' the St Joseph His
torical Society. Comm. Peters seconded the motion,
and It passed unanimously. .
INVOICE / HIGHLAND VIEW WATER SYSTEM
(BID #0102-08)


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lp.pn recommendaurn t,. Chief Admirua-ralt-r
Butler. Commr Fo\ moUrned to appr.e parrernt of
an Intoice Irom Chalone% Construucton in-: in the
amount ol .42 334 57 for the Hl-hland \liei \later
Plant ImproeT.nt, s C:omm Tra,l.:or- seC.oned the
motion and ir parsed unanimo.ul:y
HIGHLAND VIEW STORMWATER DRAINAGE
PROJECT / C.D.B.G.
Upon re:ommendauor. bt, 'hief .-%dminitrdator
Budler. Coimm Traior mouc.ne.4 to all.- the Chmn
to sign the authoriaioaln for requelt- for parmerni
for the Highland \ leS i-:,rm.i aler Fr.ject IC D B G I
Comm Fo< -econded mne motion and it pa!.sed
unanimously
ADVERTISE BIDS PLANNING/BUILDING
DEPARTMENT SOFTWARE
Upon recommendation bt. Butl.ing OffTi:lil
Hamlnmod Comm Barne_ mour.ned to adierute to
recehie sealed bids for building pernmlt sc.-i.are lor
the Pl.anring. Building Department Comm Traylor
seconded the moucon anid it passed unarniaioDul
CLOSED LITIGATION SESSION
L.Upon request b', Cr. Att McF'arland Comm
Barnri- moLioned to hold a clo.oeo ligatig rin mceling
rio be scheduled at a later dauli mnin representati.'e
from Campalan & Opinionrc-ear.:n In.: regardin
CtL id,.e .'iung Cc.ms. i.Tralo:r .econded the
moLion and it passed 4 to i 'bth Cornm Peters ;ot-
Ing no
INVOICE/CAMPAIGN &
OPINION RESEARCH. INC
Ipon recomrimendalon b, C., .\r, I.cFar-
lIind C:,nmm Traylor mou.-nid.i [.:. appro' pa ,..ment
cl an in>oice from Ca tupaign :.s 'pinron Re.ear:h
In,: in the a itour' oi Se f -l.1 48 for .,:.rh on Uie
Cr) .wide .Durng Is-ue Comm F-o\ seconded the
motion ana it passed 4 to I iirn Comrni Peters ,at-
ine nro
SPRING CLEAN UP / DISTRICT I
Chmn MIcLeiore reported tnfal [ne spring
clean up for Di'urict I -ll begin on June 17 2002
SPECIAL PROJECTS PAYMENTS
Up-.n mouton by Comm TraI or endedd tby
Conim Fo\ and unanlmoua 01'e the Board
appro,,ed the filloling Special ProlectL Pamnenu:
District i We anirchka Band Boo_'ters
$25001. Distrlnct II V.eahiechha Band E:.ooster.
6 250 00
BOATING IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUND
Chmin McLemore dis-cuusrd the need for
re.-troomn and .other: itemt ar Ga_-kiln 'Park Igrani
fund,: _"i uh e u d for L nteil.:aLurn ,..1".: a n'd itlie.d
that DiihLmi:l .al.o nee.3_ I-ri- ,-,ds po, n, .f ,Tna ,
McLemore pas'ed the Chair to '.ice Cri-,n Ba-rre.l
ard mouorne-a-.Lto, pend Lne B.aLtng impro emenl
Trust Fun.i for park needs wiLh 520' 'jXt 00 for1
Di'lrict I and &5.000 0 Ifor DIUhi;t Cor.iomr, Tray-
lor seconded the motion for ai.--uAilon and alter
dl.cuzi.:-nr It passed urnanimouslI Chmn Barne-
reulbrnFd tlhe Chair to Commn McL'-m-:-,re
ARIZONA CHEMICAL / MEETING
Commit Petera reported that Arilz.-,a Chemical
submirted a lerner to the Board regarai.ng a Commu-.
nir, .Advi,,or' Council inecurng to De hela on Tnrurs.
da., Mai 30. 2i002 at 6 )00 p m E D T.
FLORIDA POWER / TRANSFORMER OUTAGES
Comni Peerer discu:erd a leitr uct-,T-itted tb.
Lo.,I B\ra regarding Ltran: former ou.tages in Gulf
Cri ana reiporne ume IOr repair lcioe- l sehicit'is
satiloned in Car'rabellel Comm Peters mouoned to
subrmitl a ner to Florida Poner regarding -audorning
of anr, emerenc., repair sehicie in G'ulf ,_' Comm
Barne iec:r.nle, u-ce maUrl.n lor discuSlOin and
after dicuE-iun. It passed unari-mouzi., Chmn
Mci-LeTorc reque-ii, that AdiTnisuraue .Avsi-ilant
V. ibberg draft Lr ias letetier
HAND-HELD MOSQUITO SPRAYER
Comrm Peter: presented a letter to the Bdard
regarding nl r concensern abut spraying for moeqLntos
on prn.ate properr, with the hand-held spra.er. II.
The specific properMr to be sprayed is approead by a
maJorit,' of the Board of C', Comm s -t 3 Board
meeting 2 The Cry AIMr approves the process of
spraying on prnate property and approves a release
form to be used for going on to pntate property. and
3 A signed release form is secured In ad, ance from
the propeM owner and the tenant on the property
If dfllTerent Irorn the ounerl and requested that eer.
Lain condluons De met before spraying Upon dis-
cusslon b) Comm Traylc-r Mosquito Control DIr
Dlanford discussed placing an adertnisement in the
newspaper to gie suggesuorns to proper owners
about dasi to reduce mo-quito- in their area. and
he stated that the hand-held spraer Is to be used
for critical siruations only inot for eaermday use). Cty
Atr lrMcFarlarnd reported that a signed release must
be received from the propeMr carner before entering
the property) Comm Peters stated that he opposes
.*:t empl.:yeej going onto pn.ate properrn
TIPPING FEES / PALMER
Comm Peters discussed the letter submitted
by MornEs Palmer regarding the Board s de,:ision to
charge him Lipping fees after three dump u-u.:k loas-
.:.f ebris Momns Palmer appeared before the Board
to discuss his letter that was submitted tp ;the
Board. stating that all the debris was from his per-
sonal lot, and he presented photos with the letter.
After discussion. Comm Peters mouoned to e.aJve all
of the Upping fees for Momrns Palmer fall debris from
a personal Ior within the city limits on which he will
build his nramel Comm Barnes seconded the
moon for dicus.ioon and after oiscusilon. it
passed unanimously Upon discussion by Building
OfTlcial Hammond regarding the upping fee policy.
Comm Feters mooned not to charge residents a
upping fee bfor up to three dump truck loads of
debris Comm Traylor seconded the motion for dis-
cusslon anrd after discussion. Comm. Traylor with-
drew his second. Upon recommendation b) Chief
Administrator Butler not to change the current tip-
ping fee policy. Comm. Peters withdrew his motion.
EQUINE ORDINANCE / TAIL BAGS
Upon inquiry by Comm Barnes Depur., Sher-
IffCumbie reported trat the ordlnarce requnnrig tail
bags for harzes Is being enforced. Comm Barne,.
'reported that Code 'rforcement Officer 'Varona will
help wilth this enforcement.
ILLEGAL MOBILE HOMES OVERSTREET
Comm Traylor reported that Code Enforie-
ment Officer .arona Is addreei;ng the issue of Illegal'
mobnie home., In the Orersareet area and any
Inquires should be addressed to him at the Plan-
ning/Building Deparuntment. .
DEAD LAKES CTY. PARK / BOAT RAMP
Comm Traylor reported thathat the Cty. will aon
be ready to advertise to receive sealed bids for a boat
ramp for the Dead Lakes Pairk.
There being no further discussion, and upon
motion by Comm. Fox, second by Comni. Barnes.
and unanimous vote. the meeting did then adjourn
at 6:37 p.m.. E.D.T.
Carmen L. McLemore. Chariman
Attest: Douglas C. Birmingham. Clerk









THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE,.FL THURSDAY, JULY 18, 2002


RATES: Line ads: $3.50 for first 20 words, $2.00 for each
additional week, plus .5C for each additional word per week.
Call 227-1278 to place yours.
DEADLINE: TUESDAY AT 11:00 A.M. SHARP


AUCTION every Fri. 7 p.m. ET in
ANTIQUE MALL at Old Port Theatre.
Consignments Welcomel
We Buy Estates!
WADE CLARK AUCTIONS
314 Reid Avenue, PSJ, 229-9282
AB1239, AU1737, AU1743
10/o Buyer's Prem.
Real Estate, Estates & Liquidations
Anchor Realty & Mortgage Co.






2000 Jeep Wrangler. 5 speed, AC, PS,
New Condition. One Owner. Must Seel
$10,900. Call 960-4464. ltc7/18

* 1993 TIoyota Paseo for sale, red, 4 cylin-
der engine, automatic transmission, AC
and sun roof. Call 229-7046. ltc7/18
1994 Mazda Protege. 4 door. AT, AC,
IExcellent Condluon. $1950. Call 960-
4464. lte7/18
1997 Ford Mustang V-6, 5 speed, 2
door, AC, cruise control, CD, 115K
miles, $5,900. Call 229-8442. 2tp7/18
1998 FordF150 XLT. Extended cab, 3rd
door. V8. Loaded! AT, AC, Excellent
Condition. $8650. Call 960-4464. nlt/is
1991 Oldsmobile Ciera, 4 door, 73,000
miles, V-6; automatic transmission, AC,
Clean, Dependable Car.
1991 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, 4
door, V-6, automatic transmission. AC,
drives great.
1992 Buick;Skylark, 4 door, V-6, auto-
matic transmission,; AC, good family
car, reliable.
i995 Chevrolet Bpretta. 69,000 miles,'.
excellent condition, V-6, automatic
transmission, AC, .-priced right, $3,995.
On lot financing for responsible per-
sons. Some trade-ins accepted.
OAKLEY'S CARS & TRUCKS.
227-1294


1994 Mazda B4000 pick
Extended Cab, 5 speed, AC. $3'
960-4464.


1988 Chevrolet Conversion Van, good
tires, A/C, Auto transmission. Asking
S$1,500 or best offer. Call 229-8466 for
Jerry Stokoe, home phone 229-8440.
2tc7/18
1999 Dodge Neon; AT, ,AC, 4 door,
60,000 miles. Loaded!, $5250. Call 960-
464. Itc7/18
19905' Ford Contour. 4 door, .AT, AC,
o'aded! 70,000 mile"EkEdxclfenht condi-
tion. $2950. Call 960-4464. ltc7/18
1993 Geo Metro. 4 door, AT, AC 'excel-
lent condition. $1600. Call 960-4464.
Itc7/18

1999 Dodge Neon, AT, AC, 4 door,
88.000 miles. Excellent condition."
$4250 Call 960-4464. ltc7/18
1984 Ford Ranger piciKup with cab, V6,
standard shift, $1,000. :
1988 Buick Regal, needs, front bumper,
S500. Call 227-7723. 2tp7/.11
1992 Toyota Camnry. V6. AT. AC. 4 door.
Must See! $3650. Call 960-4464. .. i
1-996 Ford Contour GL. very nice,
dependable vehicle. $3,500. Call 850-
639-3600. ; 4tc7/4
1996 VW Jetta GLS. 4 door. sunroof.
60.000 miles. Excellent condition. Must
See! 85100 Call 960-4464. Itc7,,' 16

S19.70 Volkswagen. Good Condition,
runs, $800. Call 229-8079. tfc7/11
1996 Ford Contour One Owner. 49,000
miles. AT,, AC, 4 door. $4250. Call 960-
4464. ltc7/1,8
1989 Chevy pickup runs good, $2,500
firm. Call 647-2620 after 6:00 pm. tfc7/4
1995 Pontiac Grand Am. AT, AC, CD,
new condition. 70,000 miles. $3950.
Call 960-4464. ltc7/18






16 ft River Craft. Very good condition;
75 H.P. Oil injection Suzuki. Call 227-
S 9353 or 227-1143. 4tp7/18

12' Low Lake Jon, 9.9 H.P. motor, trail-
er, excellent- condition. $1,200.; Call
647-8055. ltp7/18






COMMERCIAL BUILDING
For Rent
414-41.6 Reid Avenue
227-1812

For Rent
1, 2 & 3 bedroom apts.
1 PINE RIDGE APTS.,
125 Venus Dr., Port'St. Joe, FL 32456
(850) 227-7451
S"Ask about our movein specials"
SCentral heat and air
.. Laundry facilities
S:, .'' Wall to wall carpeting
On-site Management
Voice/TTY Access
SJ ; .. '. (352) 472-3952 lMM


Croft Family

Childcare


Full Day Pre-K Program

Debbie Croft, CDA

229-7708
Safe, Healthy,
8 5h 0 Learning Enmironment
c i Loving, Family
Atmosphere
Nutritious Meals
and Snacks

Now Available:

One Opening
For Full Time
Pre-K Student




^^c^* ^^^^^^JV ^^^^^^^^


NOW ENROLLING White City'
Christian Academy, K-4 thru 12th
grade. For more information call 850-
827-2621. A ministry of education.
9tc7/4


.' .. 2 -


2tc7/18 GINA THE CLOWN IS BACK IN TOWN.
-Magic, Face Painting & Balloons. Party
p. 4X4, Planning. Fun & Games. Call227-6617..
950. Call :8tp6/6


ltc7/18


Park Model For Rent. I bedroom, 1
bath, AC/Heat, loft sleeper, washer,
dryer, water & garbage furnished. $450
month plus S450 security deposit. 337
AlAanuc Street, St. Joe Beach. Call 850-
647-5120 leave message. 2tc7/18
In Wewa RV and Mobile Home lots,
$100 montli includes water & sewer.
Call ,639-5721. 11tp7/18
Townhouse in Gulfaire 1 bedroom, 1
bath plus loft. All appliances including"
washer, dryer. Pool & tennis court. Very
Nice Unit. $550. CaJll 648-8007.tfc7/18
Furnished Beach Condo. Long term, 2
bedroom, 1 1/2 bath all new inside.
Great Gulf View. $800 month plus util-
ities. Call. 647-2570 .4tp7/4.
Cute home In Port St. Joe. Large yard,
heater/ac, nice living room with dining
area, 2 small bedrooms, nice Florida
room, hook up washer/gas dryer. S300
deposit. S600 month. Call Ruth or Bob,
at 647-3473. Stove!Refngerator fur-
nished. Utilliues renter responsibility.
Long term lease. .. 2tp7/18
Mobile Home at Stone Mill Creek, 2 bed-
room, 2 bath partly furnished Call 639-
4276. 2tc7/11

2 bedroom, 1. bath apartment, 606
Woodward Ave.,, Port St. Joe, $500 per.
month & deposit. Call 647-2570.2tp7/11
For Rent, RV Spaces, full hookup. Call
229-8959, leave message.; 4tp6/27


Applications accepted for 'Gulf View 3
bedroom, 2 bath, heated pool, fur-
nished/big screened micro, etc.,
$1,100. Call 647-9317. tfc7/4
Efficiency-type apartment in P.S.J.,'
furnished, all utilities inc. Weekly,
Monthly rates. Call 639-3600. tfc7/4

BEACH STORAGE
Day: 227-7200 Night: 647-3882
St. Joe Beach
WILL BEAT ANY COMPETITORS PRICES


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

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


MOSS CREEK APTS.
126 Amy Circle,
Wewahitchka, FL 32465
(850) 639-2722
Available Now
1 Bedroom Handicap Accessable'
Central heat and air On-site Management
Carpeting Laundry facilities


Voice/TTY Acess z
(352) 472-3952 r.m


ATTENTION SNOWBIRDS PORT ST.
JOE 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.
S ,5tp6/20

2 & 3 BR, long-term rental units. Call
CrystalSands Realty 648-4400. n,7.'4
Furnished and LUnfurnished Rentals,
St. Joe Beach, Mexico Beach and Gulf
Shores. (Beachfront, Gulfview and
Interior) Several Short and Long Term
from $400 to 1,400 per month. Arllne
Realty, Int. 850-647-2628. tfc7/4
UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm; house, stove & refrig.
cen. h&a. screen porch. carport & laun-.
dry rm.
* Large 2 bedroom apartment. stove &
refrig., washer/dryer hook-up.
* New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba., inside laundry rm., ch&a, dish-
washer & stove, fully carpeted. No pets-.
FURNISHED
* Small 2 bdrm. home, auto. heat & air,
washer/dryer hook-up.
* One bedroom apartment, washer/ dryei
hookup. Call 229-6777 after 7 PM. tfc7/4
Apart./Homes for Rent: I 3 BR
apart/duplexes/homes for rent in Mex.
Bch. Furn. & unfurnished. Call Parker
Realty at 850-648-5777 for more info.
*tfc7/4


Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath townhouse,
unfurnished, washer/dryer hook-up.,
$800 per month, $300 security deposit.
N. 36th Street, Mexico Beach. Call Gulf
Coast Vacation Rentals at 648-5449.
tfc7/4
Rental Management
Seeking property owners with units
available for long term rentals. Our'fees
atre reasonable and we have a heavy
demand for long term rentals. Arline
Realty, Inc. 850-647-2628. tfc7/4







Desk. large top, new in box, great for
computers, $90; Old gate leg.-table,
$250; 2 heavy bar stools, swivel seat,
$25 each. Call 647-5414 Kaye. ltp7/18
White G.E. Automatic washer. very good
condition, $100. Call 647-2570. 2tc7/8
5 piece black, gold trim bedroom suit,
box springs, mattress, like new, $675 or
best offer; Black spread, bed skirt, 2,
balloon valances, $50.' Shown by
appointment only. Call 647-3224. ltp7/18
|Used furniture for sale. Johunie's
Trim.Shop, 310.4th St., PSJ tfc7/4

Unfinished Furniture @
RELVES
Furniture & Refinishing Shoppe
234 Reid Avenue
Ouaolly Refinishing since 1982
Cal John Reeves at 229-6374


Carport Sale, 135 Ponc de Leon Street,
St. Joe Beach. Sat., July 2Q, 8:00 am-
12:00. Small limb chipper, recliner,
'upholstered swivel rocker, Sears arm &
leg 'exerciser, track exerciser, 2 bikes
with parts, clothing and other misc.
items. RAIN OR SHINE! 647-8931.
'ltc7/18
In House Garage Sale, 6614 West Hwy.
98, St. Joe Beach, Sat., July. 20, 8:00
am until. We have 100's of books, bar
stools, washer, dryer. 2 day beds, flat-
ware, dishes, glasses, pots & pans,
small appliances, small portable dish-
washer and many odds & ends. Itc7/s8
Yard Sale, 2Q48 Parker Ave., Highland
View, Sat., July 20. 8:00 am until? Rain
Cancels. I tp7/18
Moving Sale, 135 Columbus Street,
647-5930. Various items including, 42"
ride-oh-mower, new cutting deck very
good condition, with garden trailer, and
other gas powered yard appliances,
Weber grill, office table and chair, small
filing cabinet, 2 chest of drawers, book-
cases and various hand tools. Itc7/ 18












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

/ MINI-STORAGE \




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


Help Wanted in Busy Bakery &
Restaurant. Several positions available.
Call 229-6050 or apply in person at 226
Reid Ave., Port St. Joe. 2tc7/18
Secretary/Personal Assistant. Full
time position, must be well organized,
computer experience a must, be a self
starter and willing to learn. Real Estate
background would be helpful.' .Call
Donna at 227-7879. tfc7/18
'Early Childhood Services, Inc. is seek-
ing Caregivers who are interested in pro-
viding quality early care and education to
-infants and toddlers. Position requires a
minimum of a high school diploma or a
CDA with infant and/or toddler special-
ization and one year successful class-
room experience. Early Childhood
Services, Inc. offers an excellent bene-
fits package. Applications may be
obtained at 450 Jenks Avenue. Panama
City, Fl. 32401. EOE M/F/V/D Please
visit our website:www.ecskids.org 2tc7/ i
Seeking Part Time Job. Any type
store clerk, restaurant, care for elder-
ly male. Close to ocean if possible..
Robert 648-6450. 2tp7/18
Gulf Coast Community College
Clerk Typist (part-time, grant funded,
located in Gulf/Franklin County) for)
inoderately complex clerical work which
requires. typing/computer skills.
Requires: tugh school diploma/equiva-
lent, type 40 cwpm, good people/com-
puter skills, comparable amount of
training/experience may be substitut-
ed. Salary range begins- at S7.47/hr.
Deadline to apply is 7/24/02. For
more details 'visit our website:
www.gc.cc.fl.us or Job Line: 850-873-,
3540. GCCC is an: EA/EO employer.
Minorities and females strongly encour-
aged to apply. Itc7/18"


Member Services Specialist Gulf
Coast Electric Cooperative presently
has an opening for the position of
Member Services Specialist.
Applications for qualified applicants will
be accepted until Wednesday, July 24,
2002 at the Work Force Center,, 114 E.
9th Street, Panama City, Florida.
Minimum job specifications for this
position are as follows: Require a'
Bachelor's Degree. in Marketing,
Commurucations or a related field; 35
-.MM camera experience; excellent inter-
personal skills; excellent oral and writ-
ten communication skills; ability to
effectively speak in public; ability to
compose articles, interview people. ad
layout/design; ability to plan. organize
and schedule,, activities; assist and
resolve customer inquiries and: com-o
plaints; and market products and ser-
vices. Gulf Coast is an Equal
Opportunity Employer. We recruit on
the basis of merit, without regard to
race, color, religion, sei, age, national
origin, disability, or veteran status.
ltc7/18

Fisher's Building Supply is now hir-
ing a Multi-Task associate. Must have
cashier experience, be able to operate
fork lift and "Bob Cat. Job requires
heavy lifting. Applications available at
Fisher's Building Supply, 848 Highway
22, Wewahltchka. Call 639-5102 for
more information. 3tc7/18


Office Assistant NHC Homecare Our
Port St. Joe location Is seeking a part-
ume office assistant to assist with a
wide vanety of clerical duties such as
filing, answering phones, and data'
entry. Must have excellent commuruca-
tion skills. Medical or home health
experience a plus Interested individu-
als may contact May Fuze at 229-2725
for additional info or apply locally at
418 Reid Ave. EOE/DFWP. ltc7/18

POSITION VACANCY WITH THE GULF
COUNTY SCHOOLS 2002-2003 -
Teacher Aide,. Port St. Joe,
Elementary School, Application
Deadline: August 1, 2002, 12:00 P.M.
E.S.T. Contact: Mr. Tim' Wilder,
Principal, Port St. Joe Elementary-
School, 2201 Long Avenue. Port St. Joe,
(850)887-1221. A copyof the advertised
job descripuon is available from the'
school Office or the district office build-
ing located at 150 Middle School Road
in Port St. Joe. Application formn is
available at www.gulf.kl2.fl.us or
b http://prod.schoolcrulser.com/gcsb.
Qualifications: Applicant must have an
A A. Degree: a fingerprint analysis at
employee cost ($52) will be required if
not already verified. Salary: Will be
determined by salary schedule. Gulf
County Schools is an equal
opportunity employer. 2tc7/18


Carpenters & Laborers needed. Call
648-2123. 2tc7/18
Disabled Lady needs reliable help to
clean & pack. Also need loaders. Call
639-6960. 2tc7/18
Part Time Employment Type
Setting/Filing Duties 15 to 20 hours
per week. Must have good language
skills. Mail or personally bring by.
resume to The Star Publishing
Company, 209-211 Reid Ave., Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456 or e-mail' to
news@starfl.com tfc7/11


Busy Restaurant looking for part.
time cook. Will possibly work into full
time. Must be experienced and depend-
able. Cashier needed. Experience pre-
ferred, but will train right person.
Please send resume, to: Application c/o
P.O. Box 8, Port St. Joe. Fl 32457.,:-
Job Notice The City of Port St. Joe'
is accepting applications for the fol-
lowing. position: Crossing Guard
(Part-time Position) 8S.00/hour..
Applicauons are available at Citv Hall
The posluon will remain open until
filled. Please return application to th'e
Municipal Building, 305 Cecil .G.
Costin; Sr. Blvd.. Port St. Joe, Florida
32456. The City of Port St. Joe enforces
a Drug-Free Workplace Policy arid is ar
Equal Opporturut /Affirrnmaue Action
Employer. 2tc7/11'
Seeking Equipment Operators &
Truck Drivers. Applicants must have'
valid FL dnvers license. Apply at C W
Roberts'Contracting, Inc., PO Box 188,
Hosford, FL 32334. 850-379-6116 tfc7/4
Local manufacturer has two (2) posi-
tions open to keep up with expanding
market., Full time, permanent posi-
tions for one TIG welder, one general
assembly person. Will provide special-
ized training for qualified individuals
Dependability and reliability a must
Salary dependent on experience. Drug
test required. Contact 850-227-2057 for'
an appointment or fax resume to 850-
227-1457. '. 4tc7/11


The Gulf County of Board
Commissioners is .seeking one (1)
individual to fill a part time/tempo-
rary Mosquito Sprayer position. The
starting salary is $8.00 per hour/40
hours, per week. The following qualifi-
cations are desired for this position:
Must have a valid ,Florida Driver
License. Must be a high school graduate
or equivalent. Must be able to lift 50
pounds. Applicauons will be available at
the Gulf County Public Work/Solid
Waste Dept., 1001 10th Street; Port St..
Joe, FL,(85,0) 227-1401 ISL01 227 -
3696, i..-Monday through Fnday 7:30
a m., 4-00 p.m eastern 'time.
Applications may be picked up
Thursday, July 11, 2002 and will be
accepted until 12:00 p.m eastern ume.
SMonday. Julv 22, 2002. Gulf County'
enforces a Drug-Free \WYorkplace Policy
and is an- Equal Opportunity
Affirmative/Action Employer. 2tc7/11


The Gulf ,. County of Board'
Commissioners is. seeking one (1)
individual to fill a full-time spot-
ter/Laborer position. The starting
salary is $8.00 per hour/40 hours per
week..The following qualifications are
desired for tius position at .the Wetappo
Landfill, Wewahitchka, FL. Must have a
valid Flonda Dnriver License. Must be a
high school graduate or equivalent.
Must be able to lift 50 pounds
Applications will be available at the Gull
County Public Work/Solid Waste Dept.,
1001 10th Street, Port St. Joe. FL, (850)
227-1401, (850) 227-3696, Monday
through Friday, 7:30 a.m., 4:00 p.m.,
eastern time, Applications may, be
picked up Thursday, July 11, 2002 and
Will be accepted until 12:00 p.m., east-
ern time, Monday July 22, 2002. Gulf
County enforces a Drug-Free Workplace
Policy and is an Equal -Opportunity
Affirmau e/Action Employer. 2tc7/11

ATTENTION DRIVER TRAINEES NO
EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Werner
needs entry-level, driver. .$700-$900
weekly plus benefits for you and your
familyll -This is a great career
opportunity For CDL Training Call 1-
.877-214-3624. 4tc7/4
Taking applications for Pest Control
Technician. Apply at 321 B. Reid Ave.,
Port St. Joe. tfc7/4
All survey personnel positions, salary
depending on experience. 850-227-
7322, 406 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe. tfk7/4


B & A Auto & Towing


24 Hour Towing

Auto Sells Auto Repair



Call Joe Schell

For All Your Auto Repair Needs

Joe is now handling

All Auto Repair for B & A


850-647-3031


4560 County Road 386


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Toucan's now hiring all positions.
Full & Part time. Call 850-648-4301
for interview. Ask for Paul; tfc7/4



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2 Large Area Rugs, excellent condition.
Call 648-4489. .ltc7/18
Free "Non-Denominational" Eight
Lesson Bible Correspondence. Course.
Learn how to become a Christian & no-
thing else! Send.your name* & address
to: Bible Study, PO Box 929,'
Wewahitchka, FL 32465 or E-mail your
* request to Wewachurch@outdrs.net ir7/4
WATKINS PRODUCTS 850-639-2026
or on the Internet- www.richard-
watkinsman.com. 10tp6/27
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR
Jobie Barfield 639-3600. tfc7/4







For Beaches Areas '- New Zone II and
Zone III exposure mobile home only
$1500 higher than regular mobile
home. Call Vance 763-4266.. ltc7/18
SSI/Disability Income? I can get you
approved! $1000/mo. minimum income
to qualify; $250 down, low monthly pay-
ments. Call D.C. Williams at 1-888-324-
1514. ltc7/18
VA-FHA-Freddie Mac Fannie Mae and
Conforming & Non-Conforming
Conventional Financing Availableon all
land home packages. Some 0 down and
interest rates as low as 6.99%. Call
Vance 763-4266. Some already set, up
in your area! l- itc7/18

QUALITY HOME CENTER LOT
MODEL BLOWOUT!! Prices have been
slashed by thousands on all remaining,
inventory and they must go! SAVE BIG.
while, they last! 1-888-324-1514; D.C.
Wiliams Iltc7/18
Trade that old mobile home. New 2003's
are here! Call 763-4266 Vance. ltc7/.18

LAND/HOME PKGS available ALL
AREAS, many to choose from. Limited
credit okay. Apply now and move in
before school starts! Call 1-888-324-
1514 and ask for D.C. I tc7/18
New Produc Line 28x80 4 bedroom, 2
bath, $49,900. Call Vance 763-4266.
ltc7/18


Have bad credit and a decent down pay-.
ment? Will -owner finance land/home
package at reasonable payment., Call 1-
888-324-1514, D.C..Williams., ltc7/18

,For Sale By Owner, 1994 3 bedroom, 2
bath doublewide. Excellent condition,
$26,000 OBO. Must be moved off lot.
Call 647-3248. tfc7/4


Persian Kittens 2 left, registration
papers and shot records. Call 229-
8656. 2tp7/18
Baby lopp ear rabbits. Call 647-5092.
ltc7/18







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Owner Sale at Howard Creek 10 lots
mostly cleared cut, 14x70 mobile home,
14x60 mobile home. Deep water well.
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beach. On the web at http://www.cap
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Port St. Joe 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 2
story remodel, partially completed,
$59,900. Live in -while you finish.
Charming features, close to business
district, zoned R-28, residential multi
family. Large 75x170' lot. Sold as is.
Don Yarbrough at 648-4618, Coldwell
Banker, 769-8971 4tc7/4





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LOT FOR SALE On Hensley Drive just
off of Whitfield Landing Road in the
Overstreet area. Large cleared lot back-
ing up to the Wetappo Creek. Seconds
away from fishing and. fun. MUST
SELL! $16,999. Call 229-6242. 4tp7/18

1985 Remodeled 14x70 3 bedroom, 2
bath with built on addition. Addition is
16 1/2x33 1/2 on 1/2 acre lot. Price
$39,500. 'Gall 850-913-1746 in Panama
City, FL. 4tc7/18
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the world know what you want with a
web link at capesanblasrealestate.com,
the natural choice for real estate at
America's ;#1 Beach. On the web at
http://www.capesanblasrealestate.com
or call 227-5197. ltc7/18

For Sale, 950+/- sq. ft. office building
downtown Port St. Joe. Formerly doc-
tor's office. Contact Russ at 229-9776
or 229-8211. ifc7/4

1996 28x64 Jacobson Mobile Home on
f75'x150' lot just one block from beach.
A beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath with fire-
place and lots of extras. 211 Court
Street, St. Joe Beach. Call 647-9416.
tfc7/4

Fabulous home now for sale in a great
Beach Community. This one owner,
home features ceramic tile, Jacuzzi tub,
marble vanities, 2 walk in closets, fire-
place and more. $169,900. Call 648-.
4995 for an appointment today, Pelican
Walk Real Estate. 2tc7/18

CASH FOR PROPERTY! Want to buy 1
to 2 acres, of buildable land. Near St.
Joe in the' County. Close to Hwy. 98.
Will pay $15,000 cash. Principles only.
Call Frank at 732-878-2839 and leave a
message. ;4tc7/18
,1.8 acre in Wewa appraised at
$20,000. Reduced to $16,800. Call 639-
5215. 2tc7/18

Beacon Hill, 9142 Starfish, Back on
the market, 2 developed lots, Twin drive
ways, 2 bedroom house, large shed,
underpriced at $79,900. Financing
Available. Call 1-228-467-1746. 4tp7/18

Beacon Hill, 9142 Tulip, 2 scenic
developed lots. Ready now for mobile
home or house. 100 ft. drive way, city
'water, financing available. $27,500
each. Call 228-467-1746. 4tp7/18

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
Kitchen, double ovens and new dish-
washer. Ceramic tile 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. tfc7/11

House For Sale, 1 year old, 1 .acre, 3
bedroom, 2.5 baths, double carport,
froni, porch & back deck, chain link
fenced in yard, vaulted ceilings in living
room. Call 639-6918. 4tp7/11

Property, Trailer & Lot for sale, 2 bed-
room, 2 bath, furnished, front screened
in deck. Call 1-205-424-3082 or 647-
9128. 4fp7/4,

REDUCED
FOR, SALE BY OWNER, 3 bedroom, 2
bath, wall to wall carpet, new windows,
central heat & air. appliances, large
screened back porch. Call 227-9722.
4tc7/4

Mexico Beach Wooded lot within easy
stroll to dedicated beach, zoned single
family residential. Approx. size
100'x158', $42,500. Call Don
Yarbrough at 648-4618, Coldwell
.Banker, 769-8971. 4tc7/4


ST. JOE BEACH 2 blocks to 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. t fc7/4

Gulf Front 120 ft. Cape San Blas, 3
bedroom, 2 bath, FEMA, all cedar siding
and .decks, furnished. $489,000. Call,
850-650-3847. tfc7/4
FOR SALE BY OWNER 3,bedroom, 2
bath home on Palm Blvd. On 3 lots in
class C flood zone, no flood-insurance
required. 20x20 den, new carpet and
tile, fireplace, fenced back yard, with
storage shed, deep well, $175,000. Call
229-8122 Willie or 229-6343 home. f7/4

For Sale By Owner, 2 bedroom, 2 bath
home in White City, 7245 Hwy. 71.
Large living area, large kitchen/dining
area 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. tfc7/4

FOR SALE BY OWNER 38th Street,
Mexico' Beach. New Beach side
Townhome, 3 bedrooms, 1 .1/2 baths,
ceramic tile, Berber carpet, all new
appliances. Gulf View, just. steps to
beach and City Pier. $195,000. Possible
owner financing. Call 850-229-7827 or
770-479-0331. tfc7/4

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

Prime Home Site in WindMark Beach,
$397,000. Seller is FL. Real Estate
License. Call 904-556-4410. tfc7/4

Home For Sale By Owner 3 bedroom,
2 bath, walking distance to beach, cen-
tral heat & air, breakfast bar, appli-
ances included, stone gas fire place,
patio, privacy fence, 2 1/2 car garage.
414 Arizona Drive, Mexico Beach,
$162,000. Call 648-5994. tfc7/4


HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 bed-
room, 2 bath, 1 office, 1750 sq. ft., 1
1/2 ,years old, 3 blocks off Mexico
Beach, split floor plan, 2 car garage,
223 Kim Cove, call 648-2061. tfc7/4

MEXICO BEACH 3 bedroom, 2 full
bath, huge living room with 11 ft. ceil-
ings, Italian tile, newly renovated, 2 1/2
blocks from beach. $139,000.00. Call
850-648-9054. tfc7/4
MEXICO BEACH ST. JOE BEACH
Homes and Vacant Land. Ask for Joan
Lovelace. Your Beach Realtor. Mexico'
Beach Harmon Realty, 648-5767. tc7/4

For Sale By Owner, 2 bedroom, 2-1/2.
bath new townhouse in Mexico Beach.
All appliances, great rental potential, by
appointment only, $205,000. Call 850-
227-3397 leave message. tfc7/4

1 4ull fenced acre home site in Howard
Creek, on comer of Murphy Road &
Blossom Hill Road. Septic tank with,
pumping station from a 14'x28' insulat-
ed building with full bath and deep well.
Below market value. Call 850-647-
3949, 800-476-2984, or 850-944-0148.
tfc7/4







Tia's House Cleaning. Call me I'll get
the job done. Reasonable &
Responsible. 229-1704. 2tc7/1

House Cleaning will clean one unme or
more. Call 827-2657. 8tc6/13







NOTICi OF FIcTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby give that the undersigned,..
desiring to engage in business under the fictitious
name of'Scallop Cove, at 4310 Cape San Bias Road.
In the City of Port St. Joe, County of Gulf. State of
Florida, Intends to register this fictitious name with
the State of Florida Secretary of State.
SCALLOP covE
Davis Enterprises of Gulf County. Inc. (Owner)
By: is/ Jill Gustafson Davis.
Pre-lLent 'e-:re r Tre ,
Publish July 18, 2002
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NOMINATING COMMIS-
SION will hold a regular, public meeting to be con-
ducted a' .S33' a m CST July 18, 2002 at 304
Magnolia .wenue. Panama City, Florida 32401., to
interview spplca.nu for the Washington ,County
Judgeship vacancy, and any other matter that may
cdme before the Commission.
Xr,i per-on requiring a ipl a:.:orrnmod aulOr,
A [i t.l ca.u .e oi a dl ablll y .:,r o ph, ;Ical impairment
nr,ould conrt- H Guy Green. 4.37" CihriLon Streer
'.lrlrn.n Flonina 324-46 or b, relephc.ne s50.26 S
3.707 31 ilesl to 12( calendar da.s .npnor IO Lhe meet-r
Ing. If you are hearing or speech impaired, and you
possess TDD equipment, you may contact Mr. Green
using the Florida Dual-Party Relay system which can
be reached at 800/955-8770 (voice) or 800-955-8771,
frDD).' .
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS desiring to attend
are invited to be present at the meeting. .
FOURTEENTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL
NOMINATING COMMISSION .
y: /s/ H Guv G0een .Jr
Ch-air
Publish July 18, 2002-


GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
NLAY 7. 20(02
The Gu f County School Board met in
regular -esaion on May 7. 2002. at 9:00 a m..
ET, in the Admnistrative Offices of the Gulf-
County School Board. The following mem-
bers were present: Charlotte Pierce, Billy C.
Quinn, Jr., Mary Pridgeon, Oscar Redd, and
Linda Wood. The Superintendent and Board
" Attorney were also, present.
Chairman Pierce presided.
RECOGNITIONS: 'The Board and Super-
intendent presented plaques of recognition to
the following:
2002 District School-Related Employee
of the -Year Nancy Brockman
Disney's Dreamers & Doers -Middle
School Tom Boone ,
Disney's Dreamers & Doers-High
School Lisa Curry (not present)
Title I Distinguished School-
Wewahitchka Elementary School
PRESENTATION BY FLORIDA SCHOOL
BOARDS ASSOCIATION: Dr. Wayne Blanton,
Executive Director of the Florida School
Boards Association presented a plaque to the
Board and Superintendent, recognizing them
as, having the distinction of Master Board
Certuficauon. ,
ODYSSEY OF THE MIND PRESENTA-
TIONS: Port St. Joe Elementary School and
Port St., Joe High School's Odyssey. of the
Mind teams presented their 2001-02 compe-
tition skits to the Board.
HEAR FROM PUBLIC: Clarence Gray,
Cherlyn McNamara, Victor Gortman, Charlie
Pettis, Kathy Baxley. Rhonda House, and
John Daniels addressed the Board regarding
issues at Wewahitchka High School. '
ADOPTION OF AGENDA: On motion by
Mrs. Pridgeon. second by Mrs. Wood, and
unanimous vote, the Board adopted the
agenda, amended to include pages 30a, 30b,
and 30c.
CONSENT ITEMS: On motion by Mr.
Quinn. second by Mrs. Pridgeon, and. unani-
mous vote, the Board took noted action on
the following consent items:
Approval of Minutes: Approved Board
minutes for April 16 and 29, 2002.
Correspondence: The Board acknowl-
edged correspondence from Port St. Joe;
High School Project Graduation Parents; and
Port St. Joe Elementary School's 'Odyssey of
the Mind team.
Budget Matters/Payment of B11s:
Approved the following budget amendments
and payment of bills: Budget Amendment
VII-PECO; Budget Amendment VII-Federal:
Budget Amendment VII-General.
Personnel: Acknowledged letter from
Anne; Barrier regarding her status in the
DROP program.
Approved Jan rBrown and Stephanie
Wade as summer camp counselors for Port
St. Joe Middle School and Wewahitchka Mid-
die School.
Surplus Property: Approved disposal of
the following surplus property from Port St.


sion of five loggerhead sea turtles
as their movements are tracked
by satellite. The South Carolina
Department of Natural Resources
(SC-DNR) has teamed up with the
nonprofit Caribbean Conservation
Corporation (CCC) to study sea


these endangered animals.
SC-DNR Biologist, .Sally
Murphy recently released five
satellite tagged, sea turtles from'
Cape Island in Cape Romain
National Wildlife Refuge as part of
this research project to determine


atory
habitat


use of loggerhead sea turtles dur-
ing the non-nesting period. Their
movements can be tracked by log-
ging onto www.cccturtle. org.
"The numbers of loggerhead
nests deposited on beaches in
South Carolina, have declined sig-


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Joe Middle School as requested -ompuiers.
Prupertv Rec'ord ts 62-95-01'5 2-95-01'..
62-95-025. 62-95-016. 96900201. 62-96.
043. 61-96.3030 61.95,296. 61-95-2987.
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012. 62-99-0093. .
PROGRAM MATTERS: On motion by
Mr. Redd; second by Mrs. Pridgeon,. aind
unanimous vote, the Board approved the fol-
lowing program" matters:
Approved amended subcontract agree-'
ment with PAEC Even Start Farmily Literacy
TRANSPORTATION MATTERS: On
motion by Mr. Redd, second by Mrs. Wdod,
and unanimous vote, the Board approved an
out-of-state field trip for the Teen Options
program on May 31,, 2002. -
SUPERINTENDENT S REPORT The
B';,ard scheduled a Special Boaird Meetng i'or
May 22. 2002 at 4:00 p.m., ET. ,
On motion by Mr. Quinmn, 'second by
Mrs. Wood, and unanimous vote, the Board
awarded, the following bids: BID #02-016 -
'Tommy's Glass in the amount '..f S7 100 & GO
Cook Whitehead Ford 2 Winditr r 7-Pasen-
gei Vans in the amount of $43,891.00.
On motion by Mrs. Pridgeon, second by
Mrs. Wood, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved the following Board Policy updates'
for advertising (a public hearing will be held
at the June 4, 2002, Board meeting): 2.11,
2.20, 2.23; 2.26, 3.40, 3.60, 3.90, 4.11, 4.40,
4.70, S.10, 5.11, 5.30; 5.40, 6.10, '6.111,
6.141, 6.18, 6.20, 6.21. 6.30, 6.36, 6.37,
4.38, 6.40, 6.41, 6.51. 6.52, 6.55, 6.60.
7 6.62, 6.70. 7.10. 7.20, 7.31. 7.32, 7.33,
7.35., 7.36, 7.40, 7.50, 7.52, .7.6.0, -7.70,
7.701. 7.71, 77.72, 7.10, 8.10, 8.11, 8.12,
8.14, 8.15, 8.22, 8.37, 8.40, 8.50, 8.501.
,8.51, 8.61. 8.70, 8.80, 9.70.
, On motion by .Mrs. Wood, second by Mr.
Quinn, and unanimous vote, the Board
tabled the proposed 12-month holiday calen-
dar until the June Board meeting.
On motion by Mr. Quirm, second by
Mrs. Pridgeon, and unanimous vote, the
Board approved 2002-03, School Food Ser-
vice calendar and the 4-day work week for 12
month employees to commence the week of
May 27. 2002 through the week of July 29.
2002.
The Board reviewed Monthly Activity
Repoi-t of School Resource Officer at Port St.
Joe Middle/High School for April. 2002. No
action required.
ADJOURNMENT: There being no fur-
ther business, meeting adjourned at 12:20
p.m.
GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
MAY 22, 2002
The Gulf County School Board met in
special session on May 22, 2002 at 4:00
p.m., ET, in the Administrative Offices of the
Gulf County School Board. The' following
members were present: Charlotte Pierce,
Billy C. Ouinn, Jr., Mary Pridgeon, Oscar
Redd and Linda Wood. The Superintendent
and Board Attorney were also present.
Chairman Pierce presided.
PERSONNEL: On motion by Mrs. Prid-


eeon. second by Mrs Wood. and unantmmnus,
vote the B.oard amended the agenda to
include additional personnel matters pages
Orn motion by Mrs. Pndeon, second by
Mr. Quinn, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved Terry Linton for the position of
principal of Wewahitchka High School and
Pam Lister for the position of Principal of
Wewahitchka Middle School effective July 1,
2002.
On motion by Mr. Quinn, second by Mr.
Redd, and unanimous vote, the Board tabled
the following personnel matters until the
Jurie 4 Board meeting:
Annual Contract Personnel Renewal
Recommendations for 2002-03
Annual to Professional Service Contract
Recomnr',ndauorns for 2002-03
Educational Support Employee Recom-
mendations for 2002-03
On motion by Mr. Redd, second by Mrs.
Wood, and unanimous vote, the Board
approved the following personnel matters:
Accepted letter of intent to retire from,
Clayton Wooten, Principal at Wewahitchka
Elementary School effective June 30, 2003.
Approved Tasha Downum for the itiner-
ant Speech Pathologist position for 2002-03
school year.
Accepted letter of intent to retire from
Cary B. "Buddy" Floore, Director of Facilities
effective June 30, 2003. Approved payment
of terminal leave pay as requested.
Accepted letter of resignation from
Heather Fields as a teacher at Wewahitchka
High School effective at the end of the 2001-
02 school year.
Accepted letter of resignation from
Grant Grantham for all positions at
Wewahifchka Highi School effective May 3,
2002.
Approved Paula Oakes as a homebound
teacher to a Port St. Joe Middle School stu-
dent for the 2002-03 school year as recom-
mended.
Approved Tommy Long for the supple-
mentary pay position of girls head track
coach at Wewahitchka High School for the
2001-02 school year.
Approved Misty Wood for the supple-
mentary pay position of middle school girls
track coach at Wewahitchka High School for
the 2001-02 school year.
Approved Kenneth Cohen as head foot-
ball coach and athletic director at
Wewahitchka High School for the 2002-03
school year.
Accepted letter of intent to enter the
DROP program from Lois Byrd as of June 1,
2002. Approved payment of terminal leave as
requested.
Accepted letter of intent to retire from
Winston Wells as a teacher at Port St. Joe
Elementary School effective at the end of the
2001-02 school year.
Accepted resignation of Laura Strick-
land from her position of Secretary at Port St.
Joe Elementary School effective May 8, 2002.


Appr'.:,.ed Jusan Smith for the position
of Maintenanr,,e II worker with hie years
expenence eifectie July 1. 2002
Approved a posilon for supervision of
mimate labor one da) per week with a pay
rate of $12.00 per hour.
Approved Ashley Lister for the Even
Start Parent Educator's position in
Wewahitchka effective May 23, 2002.
Approved the following personnel for
summerr school employment: Hazel Simmons,
Angle Suber, Melissa Barnes.
' Approved the following personnel for
summer enrichment programs: Linda Pur-.
swell, Paulette- Best, Pam Grahl, Janice Nel-
son.,
SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT. on,
motion by Mr. Redd. second by Mr. Quinn,
and unanimous 'vote, the Board approved for
12-month employees to have the Memorial
Day holiday off.
HEAR FROM PUBLIC: County Educa-
tion Association, addressed the Board
regarding collective bargaining.
There being 'no fui-ther business, the
meeting adjourned at 5:15 p.m.


WEWAHITCHKA CITY ELECTION

The City of Wewahitchka will be holding an
election on September 10, 2002. Candidates
for Mayor-Commissioner, Commissioner
Group III and Commissioner Group IV must
qualify between noon on July 22, 2002, and
noon on July 26, 2002 Eastern Time.
Qualifying fees are $29.50. Registration books
for this election will close on August 12, 2002,
at 5:00 P.M. Eastern Time.

Jerri Linton
Publish July 11 & 18, 2002 City Clerk


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migration

nificantly during the last two
decades," stated Murphy.
"With the loggerhead turtle
being our state .reptile, it: is
extremely important that we ,can
understand the relationship
between these foraging areas and
commercial fishing activities after
the summer nesting season in
order to implement management."
A similar research project was
carried out in 1998, but the
results were inclusive since two
went north and three went'south.
"We hope a larger sample size and
longer transmitter life will add to
the knowledge we have already
gained," Murphy sai. .
In conjunction with the
release, CCC's Sea Turtle Survival
League (STSL) will launch the 7th
year of its successful Sea Turtle
SMigration-Tracking Education
Program, allowing children and,
other Internet users around the
world ,to watch' the mysterious.
migrations of the five sea turtles
being tracked by satellite. Utilized'
by. people in over 22 countries,
STSL's education. program helps
students and others learn about .
the plight of endangered marine
turtles by following their move-
ments from tropical nesting
beaches to feeding ground located
hundreds of miles away.
"The Sea Turtle lMigration-
Tracking Education Program is
used in schools throughout
Florida, the United States and
world-wide and is a great example
of how science and the Internet
can be used to get students
excited about learning,", stated
Dan Evans, Education
Coordinator at CCC. Through the
STSL education program, anyone
with access to the Internet can
watch along as. scientists monitor
the mysterious migrations of
these giant creatures xith, regu-
larly updated migration maps
depicting the movements that will
begin to appear on the STSL s
website.
In' the U.S., sea turtles nest
primarily in Florida, but Cape
Island represents the most signif-
icant loggerhead nesting beach
north of Florida, with an average
of 1,000 nests per season.
Researchers have studied the U.S.
population of loggerhead turtles
lor years, but it is sull a mystery
where they spend a majority of
their lives. Through the. use of
satellite telemetry, researchers
hope to answer that question i4n
order to better-protect the turtles
throughout their range.
To participate in'STSL's free
education program or to adoptI a
satellite-tagged turtle,' call the
STSL at (800) 678-7853 or go
directly to the STSL web page
(www.cccturtle.Org). Teachers
wanting to include the program in
their school curriculum can regis-
ter on-line to receive a free 40-
page Educator's Guide with
background information, work-
sheets and ideas for fun, educa-
tional classroom activities. The
Sea Turtle Survival League is a
program for the nonprofit
Caribbean Conservation
Corporation celebrating over ; 40
years of sea turtle research 'a:d
conservation.
As part of this satellite educa-
tional project, the SC DNR has
partnered with the South Carolina
Aquarium to organize a "Name the
Turtle" contest for the five moni-.
tored turtles. Interested partici-
pants can submit names for each
qf the turtles onsite at the
Aquarium and on the website
www.scaquarium.org. Winning
names will be selected on July 31
and prizes will be awarded to each
winner. Deadline for entries. is
Monday, July 29.
To learn more about the log-
gerhead sea turtle satellite moni-
toring projects or other programs
,by; the SC DNR, contact Sally
Murphy or visit www.scdnr.org..


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