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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: September 26, 2002
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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12/31/2010
ARCHIVES BINDERY
1.508 HWY 431-5
ALBERTVILLE AL 35950


Homecoming

Court
Photo pg. 7

New Middle School

Photos & story pg. 11A


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Wewa
Sports

Tom &
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Obituc

School
Police
Worship


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Tina Show
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News
Reports

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Red Tide


In St. Joe


Bay Minor
by Tim Croft
Tropical Storm Hanna stirred
up the Gulf of Mexico last week
and in turri created an algae
bloom that caused an outbreak of
red tide.
Last Tuesday the Karenia bre-
S V.', vis bloom in St. Joe Bay was.
reported as high to meditim and"
resulted in fish kills ranging from
a few lizardfish and Gaftop sailcat
to hundreds of pigfish and pin-
-. .. fish. '
The fish kills were reported in
the Gulf County canal, the mouth
of St. Joe Bay, Shark Hole and St.
Joseph Beach.
By the weekend the bloom
was classified as very low or sim-
ply present.
Samples taken Monday.
according to the Apalachicola
.-National Estuarine Research
Reserve, "suggested either that
the bloom has dissipated some-
what or that is hasn't been trans:.
po-ted to the' south part of the
bay."
According to the NOAA.
chlorophyll levels in the Panhan-
dle. particularly near Walton and
Bay counties, were elevated and
merited monitoring.
Researchers are watching for
any possible effects to the bloom
with the arrival on the Gulf Coast
of Humcane Isidore.
Anyone observing fish kills
should call the Fish Kill Hotline at
800-636-0511.


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The Star On Line at http://wvuu,.StarFL.com


by Tim Croft
Mexico Beach residents got a'
preview Tuesday of the design for.
a new bridge over the canal on-the
west side of town. ,
The Florida Department of
Transportation held a public
information meeting at the Civic
Center, unveiling the proposed
-design and inviting comment from
the public.
The FDOT will bid the'project
,out late next summer with con-
struction on. the, $1.8 million,.
bridge to begin in November-
2003.
Weather permitting. con-
struction'. will take eight to 12
inonths to complete.
Essentially, what travelers on
US. 98 and city., residents will
find when work is completed is a
higher, wider and more travel-
friendly bndpe, with sufficient,
.room to accommodate walkers
and bicyclists.
Replacing the bridge is justb-


fled on two, levels, said FDOT
spokesman Tommie Speights.
The first is in the numbers.
On average, '(,900 vehicles
currently pass over 'the bridge
each day. That figure will grow to:.
7,600 a,day in, 2005 and 12.500.
by 2025.
And with new construction on
the west efid of the city blooming; ,
safety issues come into play as
more and more cars attempt left-
hand turns on either side of the
current span.
"It's a narrow bridge and 98 is
a' 'very' busy thoroughfare,"
Speights.said. "The new bridge
will provide safety for those who
are turning left around the bridge,.
which can really cause a bottle-
neck."
The other rationale for replac-
ing the e.xasu.ng bridge is age.
FDOT guidelines call for replacing
bridges once they approach 50
years of age.


Lighthouse Restoration


Grant Looking Good


by Tim Croft
Everything is coming up sev-
ens for the project to restore the
lighthouse and keepers' quarters
on Cape San Bias.
Last Thursday the Florida
HistoncaL-Commission ranked, the.--
proposal to renovate the light-
house and grounds into a. park
and museum complex No. 7 in
line for a state special category
grant.
That lofty placement among
more than 100 projects ranked by
the panel makes it all but certain
that the St. Joseph Historical
Society will receive a S300.000
state grant next year when the
Legislature crafts its budget.
"We're elated, we're proud."
said Charlotte Pierce of the St.


1 0 Arizona Chemical Interested


In Using Freshwater Canal


Port St. Joe City commission-
ers held their final budget-hear-
ings .Tuesday afternoon, -but a.
workshop after the meeting
proved to be much more eventful.
Hal Beyer, General Manager
for Arizona Chemical, expressed
interest to the board in the pur-
,chase of water from the city's
fresh water canal for use at the
industrial plant.
Arizona Chemical currently,
uses water from deep water wells
ariand purchases treated water from
the city. Beyer said the. company
is interested in switching to sur-
' face water from the canal if it can
be deemed feasible.
SWater is used in the com-,
pany's boiler system and as a-
cooling agent. Currently the plant
' uses approximately 1/2 million
gallons per day in its operations.
Beyer said the plant could
probably make a 100% conver-
sion to the use of surface water
from the canal.
There is one problem with the
concept, though. Research indi-.


cated it would, cost. around
$465,000, for water treatment sys-
-tems before surface water could
be used in .the plant.
Tests show the 'water quality.
to. be extremely high but particu-
lates (suspended solids) would
need .to be removed before 'the
water could be used in' some of
the operations. Capital cost of
equipment to do this would make
it difficult for company officers to
justify the expense.
During conversations, engi-
neer Phillip Jones (Preble-Rish) .
and WWTP operators Larry
McArdle and Pete White sug-
gested the city might have treat-
ment equipment needed to do the
job.
Beyer, the city engineers, and
WWTP operators are going to fur-
ther evaluate the filter system and
water requirements at the plant to
see if an equitable solution can be
achieved.
When the city purchased the
(See Water on Page 4)


Joseph Historical Society.
"We have a long way to go, but
we are going to get there."
The, Histoncal Commission's
list must still be approved by the
Florida Secretary of State. largely
-a-formality. and taken..up during
the legislative budgetary process
early next year.


However, according to' the.
Secretary of State's office', the
Legislature has in recent years'
typically approved roughly S10
million in special category histori-
cal grants.
And at No. 7, the lighthouse
project is within the first S1.8 mil]-
lion earmarked by the Histoncal
Commission for such grants.
The Historical Commission
operates under the umbrella of
the Secretary of State's Division of
Historical Resources.
A team from the St. Joseph
Historical Society made a presen-.
tation to the state panel last Tues-
day, a bnef chance to sell their
project.
They also carried with them'
letters of endorsement from a
wide spectrum of supporters.
from' local leaders to state and
federal elected officials represent-
ing the area.
Then came an agonizing wait
of two days while the Commission
members discussed the projects'
and caucused to rank each of the.
103 projects seeking funding.
The projected cutoff for fund-
ing, the Commission determined.
was No. 55, or about, $12.5 mil-,
lion in grants.
"What we, hope is that this
will create some enthusiasm."
Pierce said. "The grant for
$300,000 is just a drop in the
bucket so we hope, this will gener-
ate some momentum. ,
That momentum would help
as the St. Joseph Histonal Society'
moves forward on several fronts
while waiting for the 'state grant
money, hopefully, to be cut loose
some time next summer.
One is securing a lease
between the U.S. Air Force and
-the county.,
The county would lease the
land from the Air Force and then
sublease it to the St. Joseph His-
torical Society.
The other irimediate 'concern
'is raising the $50,000 or more
necessary to move the more dilap-
idated of the two keeper's quar-
ters a few yards, place it atop pil-
ings and stabilize the structure.
The Historical Society has to
date brought in roughly $25,000
toward that effort, with the North-
west Florida Improvement Foun-
dation committed to matching

any contributions, up to $20,000,
that the Historical Society can
secure between now and the first
,of the year.


The Mexico Beach span is
nearing that age and inspections
. which typically are done twice a
year have increased in frequen-
cy as some degrading in 'the
underwater' supports .has been
discovered.
It is one reason that the new
construction, first proposed some,
four or five years, was moved up
pn the FDOTs work plans.
S"t's reaching its life-


expectancy, which is another rea-
son for replacement," Speights.
said .
The current span is 24 feet.
long and 46 feet wide, with two
12-foot traffic lanes and 5-foot
shoulders on each side.
The new bndge will have two
12 foot travel lanes, with a 12-foot
turnlane in the middle and 10
foot shoulders, which as designed
will accommodate lanes for both


foot traffic and bicycles.
The turn lane will be only on
the -west side. of the bridge. to
accommodate those wishing to
turn onto 43rd St.
Across the remainder of the
span that lane will be a striped
median.
Approaches on either side 'of
the bridge will be improved.
(See Bridge on Page 4)


The proposed new bridge over the Mexico Beach Canal on Hwy. 98.



Jan Nobles Receives C courage


Aa rd"for Gulf Unit ofA


by Tim Croft
Jan Nobles vividly remembers
the April day when her control
over her life wavered.
She's expended many hours
and much sweat since then trying
to prevent anybody else from
experiencing a similar loss of con-
trol.
For her efforts. Nobles was
named last week as this year's
recipient of the Amencan Cancer
\Society's "Courage Award" for
Gulf County.
The award, said Dana Lent of
the Amencan Cancer Society in
Panama City, is designed to honor
a volunteer, who has looked can-
cer in the eye and said I'm not
going to let you win.
SWhen someone hears the
ords "You have cancer" it is one
of the most difficult moments in
their lives. Courage Award recipi-
ents are able to take the news and
turn it around and become them-
selves' symbols of courage and
hope. '
What makes the Courage
Award that much more special, is
that a recipient is nominated by a
local committee of their fellow vol-
unteers, those who have wit-
nessed first-hand an individual's
irettle in the face of dire circum-
stances.;
"I was very much surprised,".
Nobles said of i-receiving the
award. ,,
"I was surprised that a lot of.,
people knew about it for months,
including my husband, and I did-
n't find out. Things like that don't
happen in a small town."
.Nobles was also surprised,
but in far scarier terms, by the,
-April 2000 diagnosis from her
doctor that she had cervical can-
cer.
She had always been a rela-
tively healthy person, onpi of those
who felt little need for the regular
,check-ups and doctor visits that
,go a long way to rooting out
...potentially serious maladies
before they become life-threaten-
ing illnesses.
"I had 'always been healthy in
the past so I felt 'I didn't need it,"
Nobles said. "The biggest reaction
(to the diagnosis of cancer) is no
control. You realize that's a point
in your life when you have no con-
trol.
"And I felt surprised. Nobody
is prepared for being told you
have cancer."
Nobles was fortunate, if hav-
ing to undergo surgery- can be in


any way construed as fortunate.
Surgeons at the University of'
Alabama Birmingham were able
to remove all the cancer from her
body.
Caught early, her cancer
required no radiation or


"Since the cancer you ques-
tion things more as far as your
health goes. You value every day."
And. in Nobles' case, you
become a rmssionary in the fight
against a dreaded disease that
kills hundreds of thousands every


Cancer Society volunteers honored Jan Nobles with "Courage Award."


chemotherapy to stem the tide of
cancer cells. ,
"I was one of the lucky ones,"
.Nobles said. "Since I got over the
surgery everything has been fine."
While the cancer cells might
be disappeared, the memory of
the diagnosis remains.
"I think it has to," Nobles
said. "It's something that is
always with you.


year.
Nobles has made something
of a mission for herself.in educat-
ing people on the value of regular
checkups and working as a volun-
teer with the American Cancer
Society.
The American Cancer Soci-
ety's website provided her invalu-
able information during her
(See Courage on Page 5)


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PAGE TWO THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2002


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Hunker Down With Kes byKesley Colbert


The Miracle of Homecoming


A True


American

.Frank Hannon came by the office the other day and shared the
following excerpted remarks by General Carl Mundy, at High
,Hampton Inn in North Carolina, during the September 11th
Memorial Service he attended.
Shortly after the September 11th attack on the. United States.
the following letter appeared in. an Australian, newspaper. It is said
to have been written by a citizen of that country.
'You may have missedrit in the rush of the past week, but there
was actually a report that someone in Pakistan had published in a
newspaper kn offer of a reward to anyone who killed an American-
any Amrierican. So I thought I would write to let them know what an
American is, so they would khow when they found one.
An American is English, or French. or Italian. Irish. German,
Spanish, Polish, Russian or Greek. An Amencan may also be
Mexican, African, Indian. Chinese. Japanese, Australian. Iranian,
Asian, Arab. Pakistani, or Afghan. An American may be black, white,
brown, yellow, red, or almost anX,'other-cqlor of the rainbow. An
.. American _ma. also be a lei-rokee, Osage, Blackfoot, Navajo.
S Apache, or ofie of the-many other tribes known as Native Americans.
An American is Christian, or could be Jewish, or Buddhist. or
Muslim. In fact, there are more Muslims m America than in
Afghanistan. The only difference is that in America they are free to
worship as each of them chooses. An American is also free to believe
in no religion. For that, they will ans\w'er only to God..:not to the gov-
ernment. or to armed thugs claiming to speak for both the govern-
ment and God.
An American is from the most prosperous land in the history of
the world. The root of that prosperity, can be found in the Declaration
of Independence, which recognized the God-given right of each man
and woman-'tothe pursuit of happiness.
An American is generous. Americans have helped out just about
every other nation in the world in its time of need. When the Soviet
army overran Afghanistan 20 years ago, Americans came with arms
and supplies to enable the people to win back their country. As of
the morning of September 11th. America had given more than any
other nation to the poor in Afghanistan. America has, without argu-
ment, the best products, the best books, the best music, the best
food, and the best athletes.
Americans welcome the, best, but they also welcome the least.
.The i'tational symbcil of' America welcomes "Your tired...your
pooFr.'the Wretched Refuse of your Teeming Shores...the Homress.
Tempest Tossed". These. in fact. are the people who built America.
' Some of.them were working in the Twin Towers on the morning of
September 11th. earning a better life for their families. I've been told
that the people in the Towers were from at least 30. and maybe many
morer, countries, cultures, and first languages...including those that
.aided and abetted the terrorists.
So, you can try to kill an American. if you must. Hitler did. So
did General 'Tojo, and Stalin, and Nlao Tse-Tung. and every blood-
'thirsty tyrant in the history of the world. But in doing so. you would
S just be killing yourself. Because Americans are not a particular peo-
ple from a particular place. They are the embodiment of the human
spirit of freedom. Everyone who holds to that spirit. everywhere. is
an American.
So look around you. You may find more Americans in your land
than you thought were there. One day, they will rise up and over-
throw the old, ignorant, tired tyrants that trouble too many lands.
Then, those lands, too, will join the community of free and prosper-
ous nations. And America will welcome them!"
And so. ladies and gentlemen, as we commemorate one of the
darkest days in the history of this' wonderful land that we know to
be the greatest nation on earth, what better way to wish for its con-
tinued health. happiness, prosperity and goodness than this:
God... bless America... forever, and ever...Amen!


You probably don't' remember
those bouffant hairdos of the mid-.
sixties. They were. along with the
ugly-as-homemade-sni black cat-
eyed glasses, among the monst
amazing, "trends' of my teenage


years. And il" you put a pair of
those wide lens glas-es on
Millicent Dalrimple with her hair
done up in one of those extra high
bouffants. well. Nlillicent lived
on Elm Street if1 you catch my
dnf'
It could give a body some hair
raising (no pun intended)
moments!,
And, listen, nriowhere was this
"big hair" style more evident than
during homecoming week. Maaxine.
over al the Golden Coiffure Beauty.


Salon and Tattoo House. had to
hire on extra help. I also think she
borrowed an air hose and pump
from Tommy's Hill's DX Boron
Station to blow up each indnidual
hair.
I behieve the thing that collect-
ed the girls like cows to a fresh salt
lick was Maxine's slick advertising
campaign that promised to make
'em all look like Homecoming
,,Queens. Those senior girls were
fighting over "favorable" appoint-
ment slots.


It was exactly what Ernest L.
Thayer had in mind when he
wrote. "hope springs eternal"I
The transformation was pretty
amazing. We'd enjoy a Coke and
some peanuts across the street at
McCadam's Tractor and
Implement Company and watch
'er rush in and out ,of, Maxine'.s.
We'd see Pam Collins arid Maiidie
Mallard and maybe LaRenda
Bradfield go in-we'd hang around
for an hour, -or three, and we
couldn't tell .who 'was who when
they started re-emerging.... '
The subject would ease back
out through the front door very
gently. Maxine had aerosoled them
down to a fare-thee-well. The hair
might break-but not one strand
was going to blow out of place!
They didn't look up or down. Right
or left. Unless they were fairly ath-
letic they'd have both hands stuck
out for balance. They avoided any
sudden movement for fear some-
thing might cause them to topple
over. It would be the faux pax of
the season to suffer a dent before
they could make it to their place in
the parade!
They were practicing their win-
ning srrule with every step!
That was another wonder-
ment! The vote had been taken
earlier in the week. There was no
real reason for any of them to go to
all the trouble. The winner had
already been picked! I asked Ruth
Ann Wiley about it. She said it was
mostly for the picture in case she
won.
She had a point.
Coach Scott wouldn't let us
participate in any of the
Homecoming activities. lie said it
would take our minds off the
game. He said anything that
detracted us from the Huntingdon
High Mustangs was a subversive'
Communist plot. He wasn't too
high on queens, floats, parades,
coiffures or fun. He thought'.the
whole Homecoming process
should revolve around the football
game!
I h'ad voted 'for IaDry Hadley
Hayden.- She .%va4 pretty enough
and she-h dl-al.wvs spoken to me.
I didn't see how she could lose!
And when she called to ask if I
would like to go down to the fire
station and help her work on the
float I figured it wouldn't hurt
'nothing as 'long as I took my play
sheet along and concentrated on
what I was supposed to do on T-
right, split left, 42 counter trap.
Half of the team was already
there. We stuffed a few of those tis-
sue things into the chicken wire
and tried to figure out which end of
the Huntingdon High horse we
were working on! We also kept a
look-out for Coach Scott. He would
have been proud of our teamwork!
School was about a wash on
Friday. Most of the kids were try-
ing to finish the floats while the-
aforementioned queen candidates
were being strapped into those
long white dresses. Coach Scott
was up and down the halls
reminding us to stay focused and
(See KESLEY ON PAGE 3)


Memories of the fire stirred memories of old friends


Memories of the fire stirred
memories-ofold friends

JOHN RICH WROTE me a
letter, last week. I knew it must
S' be important because it came \ia
SUnited States mail. rather then
his driving around the corner
and handing it to me.
He could have brought it to
me while he was on a visit to his
"brother, next door.
,' But, he mailed it;,.spending
37 .in postage.
I. anxiously tore it open.
eager to get at its contents, feel-
: ing it was. more important than it
'really was. .
I knew he wasn't sending me
any scuppernongs, even though.
they are beginning to ripen, now.
S.,knew it wasn't pepper
sauce, or vegetables out of his
garden.,
You can t get any of that stuff
inside a number 10 envelope,
especially with a letter inside--a
two page letter, at that!
Old John writes about like he


talks sparingly! Therefore
my thoughts that it was, indeed.
an important letter!
I couldn't .imagine John
'wasting' two pieces of paper and
writing .me a letter, just to
remind me of something!

JOHN JOGGED MY memory
a little more about 'the big fire I
wrote about. two or three weeks
ago.
My. version of the fire was
written from the perspective of
being an active fireman at the
time. Being an active fireman, 'I
didn't cover the entire wood yard
at the fire." It was a btg wood
yard, too. Several things went on


at that fire that i didn t know
about.
John set me straight about
one important aspect of fighting
the fire.
He told me about two Florida
Power employees-out of a local
crew .of four--who manned
Florida Power's bucket truck,
which'had a fire hose, way up in
the air, spraying water on the-fire
from up in the air. ''
Cliff Robbins and Robert'
"Red" Webb manned the hose u:,p
in, the .bucket. for a ,24 hour
stretch. '
I didn't kno* the names of all
who fought the fire, so, I didn't
- name anyone, for fear of leaving


someone out.

CLIFF MADE A BIG impres-
sion on everyone.
He was a B-I-G man. Cliff
lived next door to me for several
years, after he moved to Port St.
,Joe from Apalachicola.
Like everyone who has grown
up in Apalachicola. he has a past
history' which is inevitably linked
to mullet.
He lived off of them!
I kept an adequate supply of
the delectable fish, as long as he
lived'next door to me.
When Cliff went cast netting,
I ate mullet right along with him.
Cliff was a big man, with, a big
appetite, but he always caught
too many mullet for him to eat at
,: one setting, and everyone knows,
old' or- frozen., mullet aren't as
good as 'the. fresh' caught item.
So, 'he shared with me. ..
He' cleaned them, foo!
Cliff had two big boys, who
could' hide some groceries!
Weems and Paul knew what to do


with a fresh fried mullet, so Cliff
understandably caught a plenti-
ful supply when he went mullet
fishing.

I RAN INTO PAUL in later
years, and would t you know.
he was sitting at a table-at my
house-eating!
Paul was taking a day or two
of vacation from the service cen-
ter he owned near Mobile.
Cliff is retired now and lives
in Mobile near Paul.
I wonder if he still goes mul-
let fishing, and who the lucky.
neighbor is, who gets the over-
catch? ,
Come to think of it, Cliff And
John made a good pair to .work
together. Both were big men and
neither of them were in aiiy
hurry.
I appreciate John stirring up
dild memories of one of myr
favorite neighbors. It was a,"trip",
living next door to Cliff Robbins
and his family, for those years.
I didn't know "Red" Webb


quite so well.
I did know that. he too, was a
B-F-G mania I remember his com-
ing into the office quite regularly
and he always looked like he had
just come from work.
I remember he was the city's
most eligible bachelor for several
years. He had a good job and he
had a home. What more could a
young girl-an unmarried
girl-want?

WE HAVE NO Florida Power
office how. A lot of good people,
as. well as .ood. citizens, came
through that office -and moved
on.
I was thinking the other day:
what do folks do now for a
"Florida Power lounge"?
For many years.' folks didn't
have a shower, a party, a meeting
place, ta: kitchen they could
use, if they didn't use.the Florida
Power lounge and its facilities.
Such is the price of progress!
But is such "progress", truly
progress?


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Stumphole Erosion and Good News from


the FDOT
Representatives from the
Florida: Department of Transpor-
tation picked a good evening to
make one of their routine stops by
the -Gulf County Commission
meeting Tuesday evening
Commissioner Jerry Barnes,
took advantage of this visit by
seizing the opportunity to. discuss
'erosion problems at the Stump
Hole area. Most everyone, espe-
cially Cape residents, remember
'how the road washed d in two dur-
'ing a hurmcane several .ears ago.
DOT placed a mound of rocks
along'.the roadway 'to provide at
least some degree of protection
During future storm events.' .;'.
This has worked well. but as
Barnes pointed out. the area is'
being undermined by recent
storm events and 'additional pro-
tection at this time might prevent
a major' failure especially' as
-Isidore heads toward the coast.
DOT representatives said they
would attempt to increase the
protecuon, but DEP required the
use of approved rock and it would


Top Gulf Commissi
take weeks to get a shipment. in. the prison, and are helping fu
Both the county and, DOT .are repair work to Lake Grove Ro
going, to request an emergency from Hwy. 98 to Hwy. 71 this ye
exemption be allowed so an alter- -
native material can be used to Budget
provide immediate, protection for .. ge
the 'roadway at St. Joeseph Commissioner Billy Tray
Peninsula (30-E). .. brought up discussions on t
county budget. He specific
Several Road Projects in Line addressed Comissioner. Nath
SD, ector Peters, Jr's request tp cut 1/3 n
Regional Director Tommy .S365.000) from the budget sa
I Barfield outlined several DOT pro- ing t would have hurt county' s
jects listed as upcoming paving ices several areas.
and road improvement projects.
,Proects planned include Travilor said he did not ha
Projects plannedone phone call of complaint frI
design of path and trail corndors h~r distinct and that there was
in Port St. Joe, to replace thed that there a
bridge on .Jarrett Daniels Road ta increase.
(20041. to resurface SR 30-E Peters. using the county ro
12003J, to resurface, repair Hwy. department as an examp
71 inside the city of Port St. Joe retorted that the road departm(
(2003), two phases of bike and had a 8141.000 increase in
pedestrian paths from- St. Joseph budget over last year 'as well
State Park to Stump Hole 12004 excessive listing of pay increai
*'and 2005). and sidewalk work at- for employees.
the netw \\ewahitchka Librar Peters voted against t
Gull Coun tv has also been the board's budget stating the boa
recipient of DOT incentive grant will take in about $1 million
programs which paved Road '5 to
Kesley,


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nd additional tax revenues. He rec-
ad ommendeda 1/3 mill cut in, mill-
ar. age rates.
In Other Business
Agreed to plans for amend-
lor merits to the county's comprehen-
the sive plan to adopt the Port of Port
Illy St. Joe .Master Plan into the
an coastal elements.
nill ** Decided to :go out for bids
ay-, to reroof a section of the Gulf
er- County Jail.. .
Building and Planning
ave Department representative David
om Richardson outlined efforts ,to
no have: 'flood insurance: rates
reduced through monitoring and
)ad annual progress reporting con-
)le. cerning floodplain management:
ent plans.
its '. Commissioners Peters,
as Barnes. and Carl Fox were named
ses to the Gulf County Value'
S'. Adjustment Board.
he The board agreed to pay
ard attorney fees for litigation on the
in value of the rrull property.

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to "not pay any attention to this
homecoming stuff!"
It was a miracle that all the
floats, ears. horses, tractors.
homecoming court and spectators
made it to the starting place
almost on time! Every convertible
in town had been summoned to
the:cause. And since the serious
accident- two .years earlier when.
Karen Toombs had 'been hit by 'a
burst of wind and lifted right out
of the. car 'they had started tying
the aspiring queens into place.
I rode on the football team
wagon. But to tell you the truth I
was trying to see back to where
Mary Hadley was ndmg in Daryl
Spenser's Pontiac. And I was look-
ing to make sure that our paper
horse made the sharp turn up by
the Park Theatre more than I was
concentrating on the Huntingdon
High Mustangs. We rode by Coach
Scott and I tned to look mean and
hungry!
Ma'xne ran from convertible to
convertible adding on a little
Ultimate Hold spray "just in case".
Penelope Cnghton. as was her
custom, was in Hollis Mayo's
.- daddy's cattle car wrestling a very
real mustang,. Parents were rush-
i: m'etween floats and cars trying
to "capture" their child in an


unforgettable Kodak moment.
Little kids were trying to climb on
the floats. Judges, pen and score
sheet in hand, were trying to fig-
ure out the sophomore float. Dogs
from as far as eight rrmiles out had
heard Chief Pinson's siren. and
.had come a'rurnning.
It was a blessing from God no
one was killed. To this day I don't
know if our "horse" was sitting or "
reanng up. I still can't beheve that
Mary Hadley didn't win. And
according to all accounts
Charlotte Melton had the biggest
hair-by a thread- over the rest of
the field!
And to the amazement of
many (inclucdng myself).'.. .we won
the football game.
You Talk About
A Miracle!
Kes

Port Authority Meets
The Port St. Joe Port
Authonty will hold its regular
monthly meeting for September
on Monday. September 30. at 5
p.m. EDT. at the Gulf County
Public Library meeting room. 110
Library Drive. Port St. Joe. All
who wish may attend 'and be
heard.


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The Wewahitchka City Com-
mission gave final approval to its
2002-2003 city budget Tuesday
night.
The budget reflects an
increase of just .4 percent in total
expenditures, including grants,
and an increase of 2 mills in the
property tax levy.
Once grants of nearly
$450,000 for T.L. James, Lake
Alice Park and the new public
library are backed out of the
total budget, the remainder of just
over $1 million represents an
increase in the ballpark of
$165,000-$170,000 from last
year.
One reason for the increase in


the millage rate is a frequently
heard refrain these days: insur-
ance.
"The insurance policies we
have all jumped by about 16 per-
cent," said city manager Don
Minchew. "Also, the state revenue
sharing dropped a bit.
"Between the two we needed
to raise the millage rate just to
maintain status quo in opera-
tions."
Employee health insurance
premiums through Blue
Cross/Blue Shield jumped from
about $330 a month to $369.77 a
month.
The general liability insur-
ance, which accounts for all other
insurance needs for the city,
including buildings,- contents,
equipment, liability and work-
men's compensation, rose from
$47,000.and change to $53,485.
"A lot of the increase in the"
Total budget is in insurance,"
Minchew said.
The city is also looking to the
future and the purchase of a new
fire truck this year.
Although the appropriation is
not in this year's budget the


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assume the role of deputy clerk in
addition to her present position
as utility billing clerk.'
Awarded insurance con-
tracts for the coming fiscal year.
The contract for employee
health insurance went to low bid-
der Blue Cross/Blue Shield, while
the general liability insurance,
contract, which includes all other
city insurance needs, went to the
Florida League of Cities.
Approved preliminary plats
,for Rachel Milo for a portion of the
Griffin Property and David
Taunton for a Se' en acre portion
of the Pridgeon Property.'


Both properties are zoned
residential low density, meaning.
,four units per acre.
Gave Preble Rish a wbrk-
order for the -engineering work on
improvements to Lake Alice.
The city was! awarded. a.
$95,250. state parl~s and recre'-
ation grant for the improvement s.
With local matches including.
$5,000 from the Tourist Develop-
ment Council, $10,000 from the
Wewahitchka Chamber of Com-
merce and $8,000 and ih-kirnd
contributions fronr the city thel
grant totals some $130,000.


first payment will not be due until
the 2003-2004 fiscal year the
city must begin to set aside what
it can to make that first payment,
' In action taken during Mon-
day's regular meeting, the City
Commission:
Passed a resolution that
codifies what had been a verbal
policy regarding bounced checks
for city services.
On the first bounced check, a
resident will have three days to
pick up the check and make.good
on the bill before services are ter-
minated.
The second will result in ter-
mination of services and any cur-
rent and future bills will have to
be paid in cash or with a money
order.
If a delinquency occurs after.
that, services will be terminated
and the the resident will have to
put down : a deposit equal to the
average bill for two months of ser-
vices. ,
Amended the city personnel
policy to include a city manager.,
The Commission also moved
Robin Lester to, permanent sta-
tus, effective Oct. 1, and she will


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But, self medication must be carried out wisely. One
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The construction will create a out of the FDOT's revolving
wider channel under' the bridge. year work plan..
Currently the channel spans 20
feet; it will be 35 feet when con-
struction is completed. /W ate r'
The new bridge will,, also,
extend higher above Salt Creek.
The current bridge has a. maxi-. ,---From
mum clearance of 12.5 feet. That
clearance will be 15 feet in, the fresh water canal from
middle of the new bridge, decreas- Container they hoped it cou
ing to-12 feet toward each side of a catalyst for economic
the bridge. industrial development int
Several boat owners area. ,Arizona could prove ,
expressed a desire for the bridge the first customer for the fresh
to be even higher. ter canal system.
S "We raised it at least two feet OTHER BusNESS
and the reason we didn't raise it The board unanim
more, is a safety factor,", Speights approved the city's village r
said. 6.67 mills: This'equates to
Elaboratine. Speighits said a decrease of 17.84% below the
higher span would impinge on back rate. Commissioners
n. g.ress and egress to 4.3rd St. and adapted the city's new budg
a private driveway on the west 2002-03 and passed a resol
' side of the bndee. adopting wages and salaries
S Construction ill take place ** Held a workshop to r(
in three phases. : more information Irom Aztec
During the first, traffic lanes Waste Management on prop
will be shifted to the north of the to take over the city's garbage
current span while the southern election. Comrru-sioners will
portion of the bridge is demol- the two firms and meet wit
ished and a new southern portion number one ranked compa
constructed. Monday to workshop a final
w.ihich, would: likely be fin
The second phaSe will see .Which wouldlikely be fing
traffic lanes moved to the south of. du nn the board'sregular
the new bridge 'as construction of ing next Tuesday.
the northernside .takes place.
The westbound lanes will
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Meggs and Pate Engaged


Trisha Meggs and Craig Pate


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ordeal and she is giving back in ,.tions, but your family and friends-
'any way she can. to the organiza- go through it also." .
tion and,. its No. 1 fundraiser, And once on the other. side
Relay for Life. there is a passion that did rinot
"I just don't want anyone else -exist before.
to hear. those words, 'You have. : Now such endeveavors fairly
cancer,' Nobles,, said. "I'really. consume much of her free time.
believe in Relay for Life and the to you or
A...; Aericanr Cancer Society. They ,oUntile it happens tor youe or
v someone you know or are close to
: pr ovide information. you don't have that- passion,"
*. L- ., "But the biggest thirig for me obles said :
is ,the research they do. They
helped fund the scientists who This year that passion will be
: developed the test that found my channeled toward a Relay for Life
cancer." event which will take place in Port
S .. St Joe for the first time in its bnel


No less critical to her recov-
ery, Noble said, was family.


While she existed in a kind of
tunnel, mentally and emotionally
consumed with her diagnosis, her
family was the crutch on which
she could lean.
S couldn't have gotten
through it without my family."
Nobles said. "They gave me so
much support. They are so impor-
tant to your outlook. It would be
very hard to go through it without
that support.
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Nobles. who served as. co-
chair of last year's event. will
chair this year's.
"I'm really excited that it's
going to be in Port St. Joe." Nobles
said. 'We had a great deal of
involvement from St. Joe last year
and we should have even more
this ,'ear.
"It is a lot of work and it takes
quite a bit of time. but it's worth
it."
Anybody wishing to partici-
pate in the planning of the event.


'Mr. and Mrs. William Meggs of
Tallahassee would like to
announce the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Trisha Elaine Meggs, to
Craig Andrew Pate, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bobby Pate of Port St. Joeb'
The briderto-be is ,a graduate
of Florida High School: : She
received a bachelor's degree" in
criminology and a juris doctor
from Florida State Urniversitv. She
is employed'by the Office of the
Attorney General.
The groom-to-be is a graduate
of Port St. Joe 'High School. He
received a bachelor's degree in
radiologic sciences from the
University of Central. Florida. in
Orlando. He is employed by
Southeast Regional Cancer
Center .. .' ,
SA December. 28 wedding is
planned at 4:00 p.m at.
Northwoods Baptist, Church.,
,Tallahassee. A reception will fol-.
low at the church social hall. All
friends and relatives are invited to
attend. '
or; who wvishes to form a team to
participate, can contact Nobles at
227-1156 or229-8936.


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Savannah is 5!
Savannah Leann Gibson
celebrated her 5th birthday on
Tuesday. September 3 with a
Spongebob party. Helping her
celebrate this year were many of
her special friends from school.
Also attending were many
cousins, aunts, uncles, her


grandparents and her mommy.
The party' took place at Forest
Park South and it was a fun day
for everyone.


Savannah is the daughter of
Heather Sheppard and Steve
Gibson of Port St. Joe. She is the
granddaughter of Ronnie and
Peggy Raffield of Port St. Joe and
Tommie Jo and Greg Sharratt of
Alford.


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wife's uncle was in the Army Air
Corps during World War II, and
our son-in-law is currently a
Master Sergeant in the U.S. Air
Force overseas,, as was our
daughter until they had four
children. I served in the United
States Navy during the 1950's, so
we are a military family, and
grateful to be citizens of this
wonderful country. Showing
respect for our flag, by displaying
and using it appropriately, should
--e taught to our children and


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Wewahitchka

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Brad Lemieux and DeAnna Garcia


Lemieux, Garcia Engaged


James Bradford Lemieux and
DeAnna Nicole Garcia joyously
announce their engagement and
forthcoming marriage.
Brad is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Chris Earley and the late
Jimmy Lemieux and the grandson
of Germaine (Jimmie) Kramer and
the ,late John Kramer, and Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Lemieux,'all of
Port St. Joe.
DeAnna is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel Garcia ,of Fort
,Lauderdale.
SThe groom-to-b'e is a 1994
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School and a 2000 graduate o.
Florida State University, receiving
a bachelor of science degree in
criminology. Brad, is currently
employed as a police officer With
the Cooper City Police Depart-
ment in Cooper City.
The bride-elect, DeAnna. is a
1998 graduate of Fort Lauderdale
High School in Fort. Lauderdale.
and a 2001 graduate of Flonrda
State University, receiving a
bachelor:, of arts degree: in
criminology with a minor in
Spanish. DeAnna is currently
employed as a- police officer with
the City of Wilton Manors located
vinthii' Fort Lauderdale

Story Time
The Gulf County Public
.Library will resume pre-school
Storytime on Tuesday, October 1
at 2:00 p.m: The session is for'
thirty minutes, with a story.
coloring and' small snacks. All
three-' to five-vear-olds are
welcome.

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Indian Pass Raw Bar this place has
captured the market on "unique dining"
The Indian Pass Raw Bar serves up the
area's best oysters, steamed shrimp, crab
legs and variety of similar delectables.
The semi-self service restaurant offers
great' atmosphere and charm '(Not to
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Friday Saturday: 12:00-9:00
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The couple plans a December
7th wedding. The ceremony \'.ill
be held at 3:00 p.m EST at St
Clement Catholic Church in Fort
Lauderdale A reception will follow
at the Inserrary' Country Club in
Fort Lauderdale. All friends and
relatives are invited Lo attend.


DRA Meeting
The Downtown Redevelop-
ment Agency will hold its monthly
meeting on Tuesday. October 8. at
.6- 15 p.m. ET The meeting will be
held at Preble-Rish. inc.. located
on the third floor of the ANRR
building in Port St. Joe. All mem-
bers are urged to attend.

Heartfelt Thanks
I would like to express my
heartfelt thanks to each one that
has visited. sent a card. brought
food or lifted up mi name in
"prayer dunng my recovery from
open-heart surgery.
Flora Miller


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I think the way the United
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bathing suits, sportswear. pants.
and other items of clothing is-
disrespectful to the flag and our
country. even though the people
showing the flag in this way most
likely intend it as a gesture of
support and respect for the
United States.
It also seems to me that
draping the h1ag around some-
one's body or shoulders, used as a
seat cushion, pillow or blanket,
and having a picture olf an actual
flag on so man% items, ditluses
and dilutes the impact of
emotions we feel upon seeing Old
Glory" atop a flagpole, waving
proudly in the breeze.
So often. I see tlags flying in
tatters., fallen to the ground,. or so
many small flags together close to
the pavement, that we don't seem
to be able to lift our eyes to the
one large flag high above public
buildings and homes, where it
should be placed, and ought to be
clearly observed by everyone
passing by. Today. and most
days. I put up our large Amencan
Flag. which came from our United
States Congressman and had
once flown above the Capitol
building in Washington. D.C., to
show my appreciation for my
country and its heroes.



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we let them get away with half-
truths arid exaegerations arid.
reward them \with our sacred


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THANK YOU

FOR YOUR
SUPPORT


George M. 7C1oxk

Candidate for School Board
Member District 2

I would like to thank you, for your support and
vote during the September 10th primary.
Your support is needed for the November 5h
General Election.
Look to the future of our Schools!
Concerned, Experienced, Honest



OTE

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position worth compromising our:
honesty, values and integrity for?,
Is any position worth our honor:
and if so at what price do we stop,
placating our ego? Ate we to:
assume that a person who,
exaggerates during election time,
to get what they want, will stop'
,when they are mistakenly voted'
into office?
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have for slandering and degrading
their own hometown? How long
will it be before we deal with the
issues and not with berating
someone's el'lfforts erroneously just
to further their town gaJns and ego
needs? ,Where will it end?
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Sharks Lose District Opener


The Port St. Joe Sharks'
dropped to 1-2 on (he season
Friday night, 'losing to Blounts-
town 42-10 in a District 2-A
game.
"Our effort has to improve nm
order to compete,' said head'
coach John Palmer.
S- The Tigers drew first blood,
S taking the opening kick-off 71
yards in eight plays. Delandon
Reed capped off the drive, vith 'a
SLX yard touchdown run to give
Blountstown a 7-0 lead with 9:12
left in the first quarter. :'e -
S. ,'. Randall Johnson recovered a
fumble on the Port St. Joe 47 yard
line to set the Sharks" first scor-
ing:drive. Raye Bailey completed a
34 yard halfback pass to Woodrow
Cherry: then Stephen Gaddis nar-
rovwed the Tigers' lead to 7-3 with
a 35 yard field goal with 5:06
remaining in the first quarter.
":-' Reed returned the ensuing
,,:, kick-off 87 yards to the Sharks'
,.: one yard line, setting up the
Tigers' second touchdown of the
ni-mght. Drew Whitfield scored from
one yard out to extend
; Blountstown's lead to 14-3 with
S4':9 left in the first quarter.
On the next Shark posses-
sion. Randall Johnson took the
hand-off, bounced outside, and
raced 90 yards untouched for the
touchdown. Gaddis added the
" point after touchdown to' narrow
.Blountstown's lead to 14-10 with
;, '"4:26 left in the quarter.
It was all Blountstown from
there on. The Tigers marched 29
-' : yards in four plays, capped off by
S a 33 yard touchdown pass from
S i quarterback Huck Montgomery to
SDelveron Garrett to take a 21-10A
lead with 8:31 left in the first half..
S They added another score
with 3:13 left in the half on an 11
., yard run by Chase King, capping
S' off a seven play. 73 yard drive.
Blountstown added two more
tpuchdokm s in, the second half. A
t oQ yard run by Montgomery with
2:28 left in the thild: and a one


Randall Johnson (10) races 90 yards for the Sharks' only touch-
down.


yard run by Reed with 3:28 left in
the fourth quarter sealed the vic-
tory.
Randall Johnson led the
Sharks on the ground with 87
yards on three carries and one
touchdown. Vic Hamilton had 17
yards on seven carries.
Quarterback Kenny NMcFar-
land completed four of his eight

PSJ Middle
School Lady
Sharks
The PSJ Middle School Lady
Sharks will play on Tuesday.
October 8 at 4:30 p.m. and on
Thursday. October 24 at 3:30
p m. EST in the PSJ High School'
Rv-m.
The Lady Sharks are lha.-ing
an exciting season!


pass attempts for eight yards.
Raye Bailey completed one of his
four attempts for 34 yards.
Woodrow Cherry caught two
passes for 32 yards. Terrence
Chambers had two catches for
nine yards and Brad Ray had one
catch for one yard.
Terrence Chambers had four
solos and five assists (nine total
tackles) with one batted pass:
Rave Bailey had four solos, five
assists (9) and one batted pass:
Brandon Thomas had four solos.
five assists (9) and caused one
fumble: and Jake Owens had
three solos. six assists (9).
The Sharks will host Baker
this Fnday night at 7:30 ET for
Homecorrung.'
Score by quarters
Tigers 14 14 7 7 42
Sharks 10 0 0 0 10
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Total Yards 15,3
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Biketoberfest in
Daytona Beach.
Oct. 17-20
KMotorcycle enthusiasts Irom
around the world will nde into the
Daytona Beach area on October
17-20. to celebrate the tenth
anniversary of Biketoberfest,
which will feature a weekend of
sun, beaches, bikes and fun.
Scheduled activities include
motorcycle shows and rallies that
showcase vintage. European and
custom bikes such as the Main
Street Rally, the Boardwalk
Classic Bike Show. the Tnke and
Radical Bike Day and Show and
the Daytona Beach News-Journal
Motorcycle Expo. Biketoberfest
2002 will also feature four days of
exciting racing action at the world
famous Daytona International
Speedway when it hosts the Fall
Cycle Scene Championship Cup
Series.
Visitors can look forward to
enjoying delicious food and live
rock. blues'and reggae music at
the area's three popular street
festivals which are scheduled to
take place on Beach Street. Man'
McLeod Bethune Blvd., and
legendary Main Street. Admission
to all three festivals is free.,
In addition, throughout the
festival weekend there will be
numerous demonstration ride
opportunities,. concerts and
charitable events like the popular
jZangi.Grotto Pinewood .CemeLer y
,, Tour. which funds. Ath_
organization's program that
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Brandon "Pooh Bear" Thomas (5) had nine total tackles on the
night, and caused a fumble with this hit.


Race Results
Race results from North Flon-
da Motor Speedway for Sept. 2 1.
Early Model
1. Robo Hutchinson: 2.
Duane Bates: 3. Ben Dalton: 4.
Melein "Capt." Nachtsheim; 5.
Keith Hutcherson: 6. Clinton
Nlears: 7. Keith Parsh: 8. Leslie
Howell: 9. Phillip Pooler: 10.
Buckshot Whittington; 11. Brian
Hansford: 12. Marty Roesle.
Enduro
1. Mike Hornbuckle: 2.
Denise Trykowski: 3. Joev Short:
4. Chris Shearer: 5. Charlie Good-
win: 6. Jon Turner: 7. Jim Gan-
der: 8. John Melvin: 9. Keith
McClendon; 10. Michael Moseley.
Hobby
1. Corbitt Mosele\: 2. Mano
Lupi: 3. Preston Lefstead: 4. Jerry
Bass: 5. Todd MNoseley: 6. Dennis
Adamrs Sr.: 7. RPichard MNlower: 8.
Steve Scarbiough: 9. Tony Payne:
l10"'Ken Redmon: Il. 'Dennis
Jones: 12. Steve Joyner: 13.







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Russell Welch: 4. Dale Groves: 5.
Tim Page: 6. Greg "Opie" Stever-
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Joseph Purvis: 7. Ken Taylor: 3.
Laura Hall: 9. Lucas Wasson.
Pure Stock
1. Chris Miles: 2. Michael
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George Fray: 7. Charlie Goodwin;
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STePHEN GADDIS

Stephen, a senior for the Sharks, had
seven punts on the night against i .
Blountstown for a 35 yard average
and a long of 56 yards. He also
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"Bacer (Homeconj)
This ieck Thc Sharks Mtit a ( H om


Vot Ganw Tinwme: 7:30 p.m.
football Where: At Home


Middle School
Football
Oct. 1 5:00
(2 Games)
* Home Freeport


Ladies Volleyball
Sept. 26 6:00/7:00,
* At Blountstown


Cross Country
Oct. 3 Mosley


Golf
Oct. 1 *-4:30 CST
*.Gaither Rickards
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* Sept. 30 5:30/6:30
At Altha


Oct. 3 5:00/6:00
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Wewahitchka State Bank
529 Cecil G. Costin' Sr. Blid.
229-8226
Member FDIC.

Ryan's Sugar Shack
236 Reid Avenue
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Reeves Furniture &
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All Wood Furniture, Gifts,
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408 Reid Avenue
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Gators Give Cohen 1st Win-A 46-0 Rout!


The Wewahitchka Gators
picked up their first victory of the
season Friday night, defeating the,
Carrabelle Panthers 46-0 in a.
District 2-A match-up.
"It's good to finally get that
monkey off my back, and get a
win,"'said head coach KenCohen.
The Gators drew first blood
with :28 left in the first quarter,
when Chris Gainer took the hand -
off on a trap play and raced 30
yards for the touchdown to give
Wewahitchka a 6-0 ,lead. During
the drive, quarterback Hunter
Nunnery picked up 11 yards on a
keeper, and Ryan Baker reeled off
runs of seven and four yards to
set up the score.
Wewahitchka didn't manage
to put any points on the board in
: the second quarter, but seemed to
,work out 'some of the kinks in
their offense. The Gators moved
the ball at will throughout the
quarter, but turned the ball over
three times (two fumbles and one
interception)'.
The second half belonged to
the Gators.: The Wewahitchka
defense umit totally shut down the.
Panthers' offense, while the Gator
offense tallied 40 second half
points.
The first of those points came
early inr the third quarter when
Steve Peak and Chns Gainer gave
the Gators great field position,
tackling Carrabelle s punter on:
the Panthers' 11 yard line after a
bad snap. Andrea Williams took it-
in on the ensuing play from 1 1
Yards out to give the Gators a 12-,
lead with 8:04 left in the third
quarter. Wewahitchka's two-point,
conversion attempt failed.
v The Gators extended their.
lead to 19-0 a few minutes later
after Greg Adkison recovered a
Carrabelle fumble on the.
Panthers' 14 yard line. Two plays
later, quarterback Hunter -.
Nunnery faked the hand off 'to
Ryan Baker on the option, and
ran seven: yards for the score.


Baker added the extra point.
The Gators' lead was
extended to 25-0 less than. a
minute later after Chris Gainer
, umped on another Panther fum-
ble deep in Carrabelle territory.,
On the first play from scrimmage,
Sean Kerrigan took the hand off
and ran 27 yards for the touch-.
down with 6:10 remaining in the
third quarter. '
Wewahitchka tacked on seven
more points with :40 left in the'
third quarter., Ryan Baker scored
his first of three touchdowns on
the night with a 15 yard gallop
into, the end zone. ;Baker 'added
the point after touchdown to give
.the Gators a 32-0 lead.
Ryan Baker reeled off two 40
yard touchdown runs in the
fourth quarter as the Gators
sealed a 46-0 victory. One of the


runs came with 9:10 remaining in
the quarter, and the second one
occurred with 4:26 left in the
game., '
The mercy rule was in effect
throughout most of the final quar-
ter.
Ryan Baker led. the, Gators'
383 yard rushing' attack with 11
carries for, 183 yards and scored
three'touchdowns.
"Our players are starting to
come around. added Cohen. 'We
face a good Cottondale-team this.
.- week, and will see how well we
cancome off a win." /
The Gators will travel to
Cottondale this Friday night for a
7:30 CT game.
Score by Quarters
Panthers 0 0 0 '0 0'
Gators 6 0 26 14 46


Wewahitchka head coach Ken Cohen' encourages the offensive unit. Cohen etched his first win as
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by Tim Croft
Construct a few walls and
maybe a window is opened.
That, in Cliffs Notes terms, is
the central premise behind this
year's creation of Wewahitchka
Middle School.
With some creative construc-
tion and erection of a few walls
between the middle school and
high school, administrators
believe they have Created an envi-
ronment in which seventh- and
eighth-graders can 'better thrive.
Arid in doing so they fling
open what a wide body of
research indicates is the last win-
dow of opportunity to direct stu-
dents down the nght path.
"'They have, an environment
created for their needs,'. said
Wewahitchka Middle School prin-
cipal Pam Lister. "It's just giving
them a non-intimidaing environ-
mernt, not just physically, but
socially and academically.
'This is our last window ,to
move, to sway arid direct a. stiu-
dent in the right direction."
The concept of a Wewahitch-
ka Middle School initially found
purchase some eight years ago
when Port St. Joe Middle School
was created.
The idea simmered for a time
with a committee formed to look
'-at the feasibility, but it took sail
about 15 months ago behind the
efforts oifa small coalition of par-
ents and community members.
SWhile physically separating
older high school students from
those just out of elementary
school was the kev issue for some.


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*district officials perceived that as
almost an aside.
"It was about creating a dif-
ferent curriculum, a different
environment and different
instructional approach for the
middle school." Lister said.
'They feel they have a place to
come to after elementary school.
The teachers are certified middle
'school teachers. The curriculum
is rrmddle school curriculum."
With funding unavailable for
a new bricks and mortar struc-
ture, the district turned to its own
maintenance and building staff.
under the supervision of Buddy
Floore, for a McGvver-type over-
haul of exastUng buildings.
A building at the back of.the
high school which housed two
classrooms. a large band room
and technology room was convert-
ed into sx classrooms.
That included duct work.
electrical work and computer
% inna.
One portable classroom was
't removed, a second, last year a sci-
ence classroom, was converted
into the front office and another
turned into a computer lab.
The ESE portable remained in
place. ,
The work. months' worth, was
proficiently accomplished in six or
so weeks of summer vacation.
The School Board and Super-
intendent of Schools Jerry Kelley
have been effusive in their praise
for the completed work, particu-
Slarly after being given a walk--
through of the school last month.
Walls were constructed and
'new doors put in place so that.
middle school students have a
separate entrance into the high
school library,. health room and
cafetena.
"Last year there was a lot of
crossover (between middle school
and high school students) and
now there is practically none."
Lister said.
And the price, somewhere
between S75.000 and S100,000
was hard to beat.
"It was amazing," Lister said.
"Our maintenance crew was cre-
ative and hard-working.
"I don't know if we could have
done it more economically and
suill gotten the same return."
remaining to be completed
are covered walkways betwIeen
the middle and high schools a
contractor is in place for the coy-
ering, the district; is bidding out
the concrete walkway work and
conversion of the auto-tech build-
iing into a physical education
.plant.
Enrollment at the school is
177\, with eight full-time teachers.
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The creation of a new middle
school has spilled over into
extracurricular activities.
There are 25 students out for
football and 28 on the volleyball
team.
Time will be the main mea-
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middle school initiative.
Scores on -the Florida Com-
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 2002 PAGE 1B


Tom and Tina Bring Show



to St. Joe Marina and Bay


by Tim Croft
One night a couple of years
ago, Tina Booker made a stop-
along the road in Eufaula, Ala.
Driving with family, they took
a break near the museum and
store operated by Tom Mann, a
longtime professional fisherman
of some note and renowned
maker of fishing lures.
It seemed like a grand spot to
drown a worm or two, so Booker
grabbed a fishing pole and snuck
over the fence onto the property.
She hadn't been casting more
than a few minutes 'when she
spied a man nearby, also fishing.
Figuring she'd found a part-
ner in line, she ambled over and
asked the man if he'd caught any-
thing..
She also wondered if they'd be
in trouble if discovered.
No sooner were the words out
of Booker's rriouth than the man's
. line tugged 'th a nibble from a
fish.
Booker, 'something of the
take-charge 'kind, instinctively
snatched the pole from the man's
hands and commenced to reel.
As the man turned to face
her, a car drove into the store's
parking lot and illuminated- his
face.
Booker was stunned to recog-
nize the'mug .
-"Are you -who I think you
are?" she asked.
In his measured country
drawl, 'the man, who indeed
turned out to be none other '.than
-Mann, answered in the: affirma-
tive while lobbing a question back
at her.
"Do you know you could get'
ifi trouble fishing on private prop-
erty?" Mann wondered.
From that brief back-and-
forth: a television show was
spawned.
"I came back the next day,"
Booker said, "and he hasn't been
S :able to run me off since."
--. Booker and Mann brought
their traveling road show a fam-
.ily outdoors and fishing broadcast
called The Tom and Tina Outdoors
Show to Port St. Joe last week.
They toured the area and wet
their lines for an audience that
currendty spans nine Southeast
States and numbers roughly 9
million. ,, '
The show is seen in'Panama
City and other areas of Northwest
SFlorida. but is not shown in Gulf
County.
Mann has been a professional
fisherman of note for nearly two
decades and has made fishing
'lures for longer than that.
He's had some form of fishing
show for 17 years. appearing on'
ESPN, ESPN2, TNN and the Sun-,
shine Network, among others,
His museum and store are
Eufaula landmarks.
But when he reviewed some
industry information in a nation-
'al newspaper, he discovered that
when it comes to the $108 billion
fishing tackle and equipment
: :industry,. women made more than
40 percent of such purchases.
A 12-year-old boy can talk
his momma out of more fishing
tackle than he can his daddy,"
Mann said.
Thus he began a search for a
woman to co-host his show. He
interviewed several before, his
: chance encounter with Booker on
a dark night in Eufaula.
S Booker. who Mann described
as a cross :between Ellie Mae
Clampett and Dolly Parton, was
the perfect combination: a looker


Tina Booker and Tom Mann


who could adroitly
anrd reel


into the boat.
"We aim our show at the fam-
ily," Mann said. "We keep it sim-
ple. We aim at the family that
wants to have a good time."
Booker.piped in, "We are try-
ing to get more families into the
outdoors."
They do as many "tour"
shows each year, as with Port St.
Joe, as they can squeeze in,
weather permitting. ,
This is their first excursion to
.Port St. Joe, though Mann knows
the area well.
"This has always been one of
my favorite fishing holes," he said,
"Not a year goes by that I 'don't
Rish at Port St. Joe. I'm intrigued
by the birds, the clear water, the
.wildlife.'
'"t's a year-round place and
some of the best top-water fishing
around."
S'Booker added, "This is my'
first time here. Even if I wasn't
fishing I would've come. It's a
beautiful place. We're looking for-
ward to fishing here."
You can learn more about the'
Tom and Tina Outdoors Show at
their website, tomandtinaout
doors.com.
Mann said the broadcast from
Port St. Joe should air in about
two weeks.


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"When I went up against
those other girls, beautiful girls. I
had one advantage," Booker said.
"I knew how to fish'." '
Fishing since she was 'three
years old. the Escambia County,
native said hostirg a fishing show
was "a dream job."
"She's the best woman fisher-
man I've seen in my life." Mann
said. .
They launched their show two
years ago next month. They hope..
to take it nauonal in the near
future.
Their show is-more than just
fishing. more than just hopping in
a boat, dropping a line and wait-
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assist patients' loved ones in
coping with end-of-life issues, and
to improve care for all patients at
the end of their lives by example
and education.
Glad Tidings
Homecoming
Service Oct. 6
Glad Tidings Assembly of God
in. Wewahitchka will be cele-
braung their annual Homecorrung
Service on Sunday. October 6.
v The seriege,,will begin at 10:00


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

COSTIN & COSTING I.AW OFFICES
Charles A. Costin
Personal Injury Real Estate, ,
Workers' Compensation
(850) 227-1159
a..m. CT with ministry in song by
the Pippins. ,
S Reverend Dave Fernandez will
be'the special speaker. Following
the service, there will be a covered
dish dinner in the fellowship hall.
Pastor Joey Smith and the
congregation of Glad Tidings
invite you to join them for this
special day.

Special Invitation
You and your families are
invited to attend the annual
community-wide fish fry at
SHoneyqville United Methodist
Church.
This special event will be
Saturday, September 28.
beginning at 3 p.m. central time.
The church will provide the fish.
slaw, baked beans, potato salad
and hush puppies. If you would
hke to contribute a dessert, tea or
soft drinks, it will be appreciated,
but not necessary.
The Miller Band, a gospel
bluegrass singing group: will
begin the gospel singing at 3 p.m.
If you like good gospel singing.
now is the time! Come on out
early and enjoy the fellowship of
the community fish fry at
Honeyville United Methodist
Church. -located on Highway 71.
four n-umles south of Wewahitchka.
Serving starts at 5 p.m.

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HOPE Family Worship Center
A Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 Garrison Avenue Port St. loe
Pastor, Marc Sturdivant Church Office 227-1493


Sunday, School .


Simnda'v Ntcrnuni \Warship i.
Sunday F Eveninig Service --


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-11.00 c. M.
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We Invite You to Come
Experience the Power of Pentecost With Us


First United Methodist Church
of Mexico Beach
111 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Sunday Worship Services:
Traditional ..................................................... 9:00 a .m ., C T
Contem porary .............................................. j 1 :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'
+t EPISCOPAL CHURCH
800 22nd STREET, PORT ST. JOE
8:00 and 11:00 a.m. (EST) Sunday School 9:45
Child Care Provided for at 11:00
w wiv.stjamesepiscopalchurch.org


Discover God's Love!
Everyone welcome-
is Lon .Avenue,. /,
r* BAPTI T T CHURCH I
ge 1601 Long Avenue, Port St. Joe 229-8691
Worsh,, niindd at s it11 i and'7,P.'m. '.
t Bilile Study Siinda, ul 9:45 a.m. and 6 p.mi. ifor all agei'
a"Wedne-da\ Children & Youth Missions, t 7 p.m.
the' .Prayek land Bible Study at ,7 p.m. .
r i Adult Praise Choir at 8 p.mi.
S REV. JOHN ADKINS, PASTOR -

S. ..,, Remember church the way it. ued to "
.. IT STILL IS AT:

1 ig ianb f fi aptfsfft rc T
5 2 Ling Street -'Highland Vie .
( 'rt St. Joe, Floricda 32456,
S50)227-1506. :., ', 4 3 IM
S...Mornng Worship .l 3 rn
iri ) ;-.. MFIi.i j :' Fi O f0tl,[.i:l C .i *. E, nim, .c' r-' m"
SiCH CH H15WAI P Y! :oo pm.
.... Wednesday er 7:00 p.m.


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


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

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


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


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


S God Bless America


.On September 11, the Mexico
Beach 'The Beaches" Lions Club
had a memorial service at the flag
in Beacon Hill Park for the souls
lost and given on this day in 2001
in New York City. Participants
included members of -The
Beaches" Lions Club. Mexico
Beach Department of Public
SafetyN. Overstreet Volunteer Fire
Department. St. Joe Beach
Volunteer Fire Department, and
several local residents.
"The Beaches" Lions Club
would like to thank all those who
joined in and who believe in the
red, white and blue. May we never
forget. God bless America.


Got News?

If your church is doing
something of interest to
the community, let them
know! News from
your church is

always welcome.


Free Groceries
for the Needy
On Saturday. September 28
from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m.
CST. free groceries will be given
away at the Abe Spnngs Baptist 7
Church. The church is located on
Hwy. 275 South in Blountstown.
The food giveaway is for
anyone from any county, who is in
need of grocenes. First time
recipients will be asked to show
identification. .
Needy persons will be given a
well-filled bag of groceries. For
more information, please call 674- -
5880.


Family Life Chuc
"Touching Lives with ,the Lov.6of'Jes2 '
join usin worshity. Port Si U OO


10:30 Sunday Morning *
7:00 Wednesday Evening Apalach.cola
Pastors Andrew &.Cathy Rutherford
Rhema Bible Training Center graduates


HELL'S FLAMES@
A DRAMATIZED REAL LIFE PRESENTATION YOU'LL NEVER FORGET!
PLAYED BEFORE CAPACITY CROWDS CAST OF FIFTY SOUND AND LIGHTING EFFECTS
Sunday Tuesday, Oct. 13, 14, & 15, 2002


7:00 P.M. (EST) Nightly FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
102 Third 5t Por, Si Joe, FL FREE ADMISSION
Nursery & Children's Ministry Provided For More Information Call: (850) 227-1552
IL


BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL
311 Columbus St St. Joe Beach, FL 32456
SA LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
SUNDAY: Generil A.sembli 9 45 in Bible Study all agei.10 a m
lMorning Worsliip 11 a m Ehenin.gi Worship 6 p m
WEDNESDAY: Choir Practice 6 p m Prlaer Meeung & Youth Group 7 p.m.
'nO rare and see thair he Lord :sgood- blessed ti rthe man that trutterh en Him.
Pleain accept tCis envtrtation o on 0111 s in worship God blef you!
Pastor. David Nichols Church 647-5026 Home 769-8725




CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


Singing:
9 a.m. Sunday


Worship:
9:30 qa.m. Sunday


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

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

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


" FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
S508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756


s"' 'S
Sunday Worship .. 10 a.m.
Fellowship Time ... -10:45 a.m.
Adult School . 11 a.m.
* "Sunday School : '' -
*Young Children

Pastor Rep. Reid Caieron Highv a


Sixteenth Street ,/
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The Potter's House
"Where Broken Vessels 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
SRodney G. Leaman, Pastor
S: (850) 639-4588 -Wewarev@aol.com
aBroen spirits. Hearts & ,Les rAN be mendaedl


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), Ponama Cir
Hw" Re-d Ate
71 0 Fdmily Life Church
Weaoh.,chlo


I'rsirourwebsitear: familylifechurch.nel
323 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe 229-LIFE (5433)

First OBaptist Church


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102 THIRD STREET PORT ST. JOE
h Brent Vickery, Pastor
S Buddy Caswell Benjamin Roberts
,n,iter of Music & Education Minister to Students
Sunday School ...... .. ...... 9:45 am
Worship Service . ... .... 11-00 am
Disciple Training . ... 6:00 pm
Evening Worship .............. 7:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Meeting, ...... 6:30 pm


"THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP"


"Serving the Changeless Christ...
tS-Cttrvgnhe.he grts in a Changing Community"

FAIT4 BIIIHMCH
801 20th Street Port St. Joe .. 229-6707
Dr. Bill Taylor, PaE r.,
Sunday Schfool ............. .'.... *. 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Mornthg. .rvice .,.,: .. .. . .. :00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Seifdbe .' ....... . :00 p.m..
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study .. 7:00 p.m.
Home of FAITH CHRISTIAN SCHOOL


A 'Constitution and.1fonument
fPort St. Joe

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School .. 9 45 a.m. Methodist Youth
Morning Worship .. .. 11:00 a.m. Fellowship .. .. 6:00 p m
Evening Worship . : 7 30 p.m.
(850) 227-1724 Wednesday Choir Practice 730 p.m


Rev. Jesse Evans Robe
PASTOR C


:rt E Downs, Ir
Choir Director


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Diana Sealey
Youth e- Children's Director


will renew their strength. They
will soar on wings like eagles...
Isaiah 40:31
Upstairs Captial City Bank Building
Sunday Bible Study at 9 a.m.
.....Worship at 10 a.m.
Casual Attire always welcome
Small Group Meqtings 6 p.m.
Come Celebrate wth us! (in members'homes)
Come Celebrate th us Pastor Lee Cordell (850)227-1180
Grace Baptist Church www.GraceEagles.org


"A. Port of Victory"

SoFirsI Ckurck of \ke. Nazarene
.kg 220 Lodng eAvue ote 5t. 3oe, Floricda 32456


(850) 229-9596
Sunday School ................... ...10 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship ............... 11 a.m.
Sunday Evening Worship ....... . . 6 p.m.
Wednesday Evening Service .......... 7 p.m.


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Give. nto the Lord the glory
due .His name, worship the
Lord in the beauty. of holiness.
Psalm 29i2


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There Are Plenty of Opportunities for Students
Opportunities for involvement Whitfield, Teri Palmer, and Leisa week and through Friday the SGA Our Peace Builders for t
4 0 ,f 2 fT : Rego* % 4deU W abound at PSJMSI Here are a few Pickett. We. would also like to will be selling spirit links for 25 week are: 6th grade: Jac
examples: Marching band especially thank Mrs. Wendy cents. These links will be used to Gentry; 7th grade: Matth
S nractiee is on Tuesdays 3:00 to Murnon for helping the whole ... Hunter; th grade: Zac McDani


he
ob
ew
el.


It's Time for St. Joe's


Homecoming Festivities


The sun is shining, the air is
cooling down, and it is time for
Homecoming All the students are
very keyed: up about Homecoming
this year. The SGA has planned
out -a fun-filled week for all of the
students. 'There will be' various
games to play every day during
lunch for all who want,
to take part.
The 2002 Home-
coming Court has been
selected as follows:
Carah Brock, Sherry '
Foster, Margaret Gib-
son, Katie Geoghagan.
Santana Harris, Enca
Hernandez, Kayla Jef-
ferson, Carla Johnson. .
Jennifer Raffield, Anna
S Tankersley, and Shan- '
na Wester. Congratula- ...
tions girls! The Queen
will be crowned, dunn n
Sthe half-time festivities.
at the game Friday evening. The
Sharks will be taking on the Baker
Gators this Fnday at 7:30.
"Seniors may turn in the Pro-
ject'GraduaUon raftle ticket money
to Mrs. Wetmorts in room 103. The
deadline is October 25.'.
'The 2002 Yearbooks are here
If you .did not'receive one, there
are ;a few left. The price is $40.00.
See: Mrs. Weimorts if you would
like to acquire one.
'Port St. Jo0 High School has a
redundant anamunt of used text
books that can or will be distrib-


uted to non-profit organizations. If
interested please contact Principal
Earley at 229-8251. The deadline
is October 11, 2002.
There will be an open house at
Port St. Joe High School on Octo-
ber 24 from 5-6 p.m. Report cards
will be issued at this time. The
School Advisory Coun-
cil will also, be selected.
Any 'parent or commu-
nity member interested
in serving on the SAC
please contact Chris
Earley.,
^' ,The. ASVAB will be
taken September 26
S"r' during 1st- and 2nd
-blocks in the Commons
Area for all Juniors and,
A ; Select Seniors.
'" Sorry Sophomores
but the FCAT is coming
up October 7th and
8th; Don't'forget to eat
a good breakfast and get a good
night's sleep!
Finals will be, taken October 3
(Blocks 1 and 3) and October4
( Blocks 2 and. 4). The end of the
first nine weeks is October 9th.
S Do not be'" o down about all of
these tests though gu\ys! We have a
fall break coming up during Octo-
ber 14th through the 18th. This
-will. be a good time for everyone to
kick back and relax.
I hope everyone has an excit-
ing week and a wonderful school
year.


week and we would like to thank
the NJROTC for their help all day.
The sales from the book fair were
$2250. Our cash profit was $212
and; this will be, used to purchase
additional AR quizzes. Our book
profit was $1200 in AR books for
the library 'and the reading
department. Thanks!
Students, the school phone is
a business phone. PLEASE DO
NOT come to the office and ask to
use the phone unless it is an
emergency. Please make
arrangements BEFORE you come
to school, about your afternoon
"'activities.
This .week is Homecoming


5:00 and Thursdays 3:00 to 5:30.
Volleyball team has practice
Monday through Thursday from
3:00 to 4:00. Girls, if you want to
play softball pick up a form in the
office for more, information. Also, '
if you are interested in joining Girl
Scouts call 229-6435 for more
information.
We would like to say a special
thanks to our parent volunteers:'
Maisha Comeaus, Francis
Hiscock, Gina Long, Blake
Denton, Mary Gibson, Emily'
Baker, Cathy Cox, Betty Sue,
Anchors, Nancy Howze, Lorinda
Gingell, Nancy Brockman, Trish
Warriner, Carla May,, Sherrie,


BROKER/OWNER
Barbara G. Harmon
(850)648-5767


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Scho ol News
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decorate' the stadium for the
homecoming game, against Baker.
Bring your quarters and be a part.
of Homecoming 2002-03.


Students, club sign up will be -
on Wednesday, September 25
during A.A.

Lost and Found: A black and
blue backpack, glasses, watch,
lock keys, black pouch,' house
keys, jackets, and more.

As I leave you from another
long: week I leave you inth the
answer to last week's question
and another trivia question.' Last
week's answer is the first movie
was captured on disk 74 years
ago in 1028. This week's question'
is in dentistry. What 'is a
"mulberry molar"?


ASSOCIATES:
Charlotte Sanford
850-647-3609
Joan Lovelace
850-647-9358
Regina Capps
850-648-4489
Barbara Mannon
850-647-5004


NEW LISTINGS NEW LISTINGS NEW LISTINGS NEW LISTINGS I


COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES


HANNON
INSURANCE AGENCY Al|sate

'Phone (850) 227-1133 You're in good hands..
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.PUT GULF COUNTY IN A NEW DIRECTION

HELP TOMMY MONTFORD,.

THE CITIZENS' CANDIDATE

FOR GULF COUNTY

DISTRICT 2 COUNTY COMMISSION

I have pledged :to put CREDIBILITY. HONESTY and COMMON SENSE
back unto Gulf County Government I promise to be the uinv.avenn vo.,ice for
all the residents of Gulf County I will listen .to you and .speak for you and,
NOT for special interest. '
S. Unlike mv opponent. Billy Traylor, who defeated me by a mere 29 ,otes
four years ago. I v.ill respond to the wishes and needs of Gulf County I feel
Traylor has failed to respond to the wishes on numerous occasions. ,An
example of Traylor's lack of responsible leadership was glaringly evident
when. he backtracked on the Commission's promise to allow voters to decide
by referendumt'n the proposed giveaway of some of our most beautiful beach
along Highway 9h to the St. Joe deeloper,-saying that the people sirnply
don't know'what was best for them. Tiaylor insulted them by voutin to elunm-
inate the promised referendum and hand flie valuable deal to the greedy
developers -. .....
So what happened? With Traylors help, the referendum vanished'Now,
dulf County taxpayers will lose unlimited access.to the gorgeous beach, but
they also will be saddled with more tax dollars 'to pay for a bLpass that's
adding gross.'insult to damaging injury. '
I What else will the St Joe empire want that we taxpayers will haVe to pay
fpr? :
As your County Commissioner from-District 2, I will fight for parity in
county funding for volunteer fire departments. The growing .Overstreet
IDepartment receives an inadequate $8,000.00 per year, while the St. "Joe
Beach Department is given $100,000. FAIR? Certainly riot. the St. Joe Beach
doesn'tt necessarily have to be reduced,, but the Overstreet properties need a
hefty increasqeto allow those dedicated volunteers to be adequately equipped
1o perform their tasks.
Then we have the credit card fiasco, with numerous employees holding
these cards that were, by law, for official'use pnly but were'.used to buy non-
governmental items. I will work for more stringent controls' over such cards
and strict, frequent auditing of their-use.
Our County Government has allowed Williams .Environmental Services
for years to truck foul smelling treated waste from Bay County into hundreds
of acres:ofproperty in our backyards. When elected,.I will attempt to stop this
practice and if county lawyers: say that cannot be done, I will-fight for,steep
dumping fees to make the practice less frifitable' and acceptable to the
dumpers'. .r ,'
i'll tell you this, fellow Gulf County citizens: Something in our county
stinks and it's not coming from the paper mill because the mill is gone.
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.
Pd. Pof. Ad, Paid for by Tommy Monlford Compoign, Approed by Tommy Monrford, D


104 S 351 stSireeT I.'ad,,,onal BE4CHSIDE
2 BR Ih64c-'.tF ,IEJd ccna.-qe oni,' op,
i: ~ Eeajl 'S~cr~eec~d pcr:.or. a'-.Jd'has

cocr~orCO.. 75' Ao105 Icl 5325,000


ill l ll ihl lill lli ll l ,filll .lil l llllii l llll i 1 1 lII,



1302 A. Hwy. 98 Gulf Breeze Townhouse
- 261 I i c5 ,c..n home. ..h grai i lf
E,' al CIompletel,, Forr..-.h d .urreral, on
rcnial program 5159,900.


814 Kent Canal Spacrou. Pri aie 3BR'iB4 hoT.c on Ig loa .iih lania.i: GULF 'IE'.V
and or, ih. Ca-.al 2J' 'c.und pool aw.,':ur. dc.:k and tlordao room \,h ..e-' oft ,hA cnal
a.',l-. t' MUST SEE THIS HOME TO APPRECIATE ALL IT HAS TO OFFER! $395,000 PRICE
REDUCED TO 5295,000.


212 Waler Drive CANAL FRONT! 3BP 2B.A single iam;l, h.,me ^'.h ea oall and cc.-
eied boa' do:Lk AnI lh :iall Br.:k and hard, board eii:.," ahI ,'ri-. l 'oc Large '2 car
ga',age ,. :erarr,.c hie flooring COMPLETELY FURNISHED AND READY FOR OCCU-
PANCY. S375,000. REDUCED 5339,000
-. -. ._ -. ..- I


8115 Americus Avenue Summer Place
Subdivision GULF VIEW -POOL 3 BR 2
B.L lull, jurrrm hed 2 :ri, home only' 2 ,,.ar
old br,glh- and 3'r, Deck i I'.I'. ri:.:r ,
and bedro- rr ..'.i .ia of G,If a,'d pool
S249,000.
CURRENT LISTING&.,-







512A Hwy. 98 GRAND VIEW- 2 ER 2 5
BA b.i m jl1YtLTED GULF
',iE.. DCilfi omplelel,
deckt 0,a r Ted
ho.e oto A ,o .oo.
Aa.. 1'. iZl .000.00.
REDUCED 5215,00.
512BHwy. 98 REEL DREAMS 281; 1 51
BA iocr. home wIh urb UNOTPUCTED GULF
ViEW al DEDICATED BEACH" Sc.:.ened
.po.-ch al I.,,r.g roomrr. o-d covered deck off
mal:er bedr-,oom ha.e .p.:Iacular GULF
jiEW and Breez:.i S225,000.00.
REDUCED $215,000.


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8228 Hwy 98 -
Gulf View
2BP 2BA h4or.e
-,ih Cc m 'er.
cial pc'-.,bI..
re'. 2 :', or'
i.', ,l :dirng
home ir. nce
con d i I rn
,'"deck olff LR
w. Gurf vi;e,
REDUCED. TO
S225,000.


OPPORTUNITY. OWNER WILL FINANCE.
S339,000.


CURRENT LISTINGS


410 La Siesla Drive Pre Con :ruci.on Sale
N ".n :.,'i'EA .:ngle la, .l hoT.-a cor,i ,o be
u-d r .::;,ir .c-.r. [L...ng r,orn hr a: .aullto.J
.:e'l.ng opi,oral o'epla.e. k,,chen, ha: c:.torm
cb-,-'sI s ,i-, cenier Jlornd crl, Jaic. n and
din.ng aroe 'ih bo, .ndo. ta.iar ,k.arh has
garden rub and :eparao' :hoer O.82 l 1.30'
lnrd::ap .d It FLCOOf PLL N, AND S',ECr '
AVAILABLE uPON REQUEST S159,900.00


VACANT LOTS AND LAND VACANT LOTS AND LAND I CURRENT LISTINGS I


406 Texas Drive irreg,,lar hoped i.:i .-
,-,,.:e r'.d-.i al neghb :.rhood zoned t.
homes onl, Sui e, ,a.al.iblE up.t- r.equ-:
544,900.
000 Hwy 98 Gulf View 50 208 5' lcI
.i ,- e. um 'err Plac ubd ..:,r .. h
Spolj ,AD.dd a.:c': c :. he 'ao.:h
J S124 000
Beacon Hill 40 Platted Lots opp .'...
mately 50' x 100' each. Great location for
dE.eip-ser priced 3 1 0 "C'Ju each'- to.be
l rIh og.-ih5, S800,000
Hwy 386 & Harley Davidson' Road -
Approx 250'"crn H.:, 38ia i5" deep,
nice high dry -property. 2.62 acres.
549,900
Balboa: Street St. Joe Beach Nice lot in
2nd :'.l.Ai -, dedicated beach 75'x150':,
5 569900
Cortez Street St. Joe Beach 3 lots in First
Block from Dedicated Beach, 50'x125'
each; access property with alley in. rear.
Old house in on par, of .he prperr,- All 3"
lots sold together. 5345.000
125 Hwy. 386 75'x100' lot close to the
beach surrounded by nice'homes. Unit 11,
BIk. 5, Lot 18. $69,900.
Hwy.1 386 -, Large vooded lot near, the
Beach. Appc'o 10'0 240'. $71,000.
231 Nan Nook Grand Isle Subdivision .
'.Nice building L the Beach
Unit 15, BIk. A o.,-0 1 3.900
104 Hidden Ridge Rd. Palm Ridge Subdi-
vision.- 75'x220' residential lot in new sub-
4UNPER CONTRACT
ir "i .,..b i .h... : .C-''O- '. a,-,d rei.ic
tiors with Architectural Control Commrittee.
Lot 22. $39,900.
23d Magellan St. Partially cleared 75'x150'
UItERC& NTR1ACT,
home. $59,900.
412 Colorado Dr. 100'x158,33' residen-
tial lot in ,;crttL ~ood on paved
street. Zoned t SOlA, nit 14, BIk.
B, Lot )4. $49,906 .


454 Pineda St.", k 1..I ,. Jh !hloc,,:k
r.:,, bta.:h Pb i.bU .r,, 6
:'2 LI,9 5xl50 S34,900.
466 Pineda St. ltoedabl Io, ali,, blocl
Ir, E, a. h Fo h Un,'' 2 BIL

470 Pineda St. locrdable I .- ,,'-, ,Ih bi-.:.
trorr, beach bP.r.- rL" r. Or a2 bLk
22 lu 5s ", LT'-,T5 v, 0. .
Nautilus Dr. B6-uIL. la.-d.:.aped


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611 Gulfair lo 'A !f$ENER DREAMII
3bP 2Bt Klll-.r.r'ed br, h-r, c a
-aui ,ul a ped loi o: a :, honr .lk ic
a dedicated beach, pool, and tennis court.
S195,000.00


104 Sundial Courl Seashores 3BR.'2B
L.ome n de:.rable re.ghborhood Th's !pa'
:,.'s h:.T.e .: 1.gh and ar-, and feature: rnine
6:i c.'l'r.-. Large ma.:er bediorm *ti' large
baro -and .alk ,n clotel Oualr/y co ns'uct.on
throughout and'tclose to the beach. DON'T
MISS ITI $179,900. .. .' "


cleared lot "Ii aj alabl Bk..
A Lot 13. S60,60 Pil.l
Nautilus Dr. i Bautil[ly .landscaped. "
cleared lot -.(L)L a a.lab Elk i
A, Lot 15. $60,000 .
123 Hidden Ridge Rd. Palm Ridge Subdi-
vision "-5,' x' -~r~ d tI-. homes 413 N. 151h Street N-. 3BP, 2B- ,irgle
0nI, CO.,.T lcri (JL pa ed street, family ,,,T. oo'. k be .,.-.der con.irr.o;o.
.-.de.;-.ur.d ur.lr,.,. REDUCED 549,900. Great le.-gn Ilor ploni Or. 82 ,1 .5 It .n
411 NtW Mexico Dr. i00 I 58 33' coni- residential subdivision zoned for' homes
pletely .lEar0 d *:,-.r, ..',r eet is only. Front & back covered' porches.
scheduled ,c. bea. $49,900. $159,900. .
413 NewMexico Da. 100'x158.33' com-


415 New Mexico Dr. 100' 158 33
:,ed .: p. ,, .315 NAUTILUS DRIVE Beaulul 3BR,'"2B


417 New Mexico Dr. I)' ) 158 33 c...n
pUND Ra ,CONTRACT
;.:hedulad f be p,3e. *.c. or,$49,900
502 Cathey Lane Unit 16Lot 10, large pie
shaped lot ic,. ,'Q e home. 73' on
Cathey Lanel i r'. $49,000..
106 Hidden Ridge Rd. Palm Ridge Subdi-
vision 75'xl 88' residential lot in new sub-
division. bl,6Ar -.:i Paved
street. Subdl. --.n ..,' 'o.!,,: and restric-
tions with Architectural Control Committee.
Lot 21. $39,900.
222 Magellan St. Larie 75'x149.5' lot in
second block cR lA. Ved High and
dry. Only step'., c' :r.' H ,9 900.
229 Nan Nook Grand Isle Subdivision -
Nice building '~ i'f I the Beach.
Unit 15, Blk. A'o' ,3' 1,400.


custom home in picture perfect setting. Cus-
tom features throughout. Lots of build: ins;
sky light windows with. custom blinds:, gar-
den shed, wonderful sauna and large gunite
pool'with" complete covered lanai. Lovely
landscaped yard with underground sprin-
kler system.Must see this beautiful home to
appreciate.all the amenities! PRICED RIGHT
AT $289,900.00.
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6426 Hwy 98 St Joe Beach ACROSS
FROM DEDICATED BEACH 5BR/5BA, .3 car
garage on 2 1/2 lots. Possible owner financing.
Tremendous Possibilities with this property.
$399,000.


106 S. Canal Parkway New! 3BR/3BA,
BEACHSIDE'home with a great Canal &
Gulf View! Custom Design and style! Top
Quality Construction! Easy access to pri-
vate secluded area of Beach! Many extras.
$315,000. each
108 S. Canal Parkway New! 3BR/3BA,
BEACHSIDE home with a great Canal &
Gulf View! Custom. Design and style Top
Quality Construction! Easy access to pri-
vate secluded area of Beach! Many extras.
$315,000. each


100 S. 251h Street Happy Whale S'ogle
Fanril, BEACHSIDE 3BR,'2BA home .'ah
great GULF VIEW! Completely furnished
and currently on the rental market. On
100'x75' lot zoned, TOURIST COMMER-
CIAL! $325,00'0.






427 LA SIESTA DRIVE .Spao.ou, 3BR'2BA
Dcoubk,.ide mobile home aor, aOnracve land-
scaped corner lot in desirable neighborhood.
VWell-kept and in &xcelleri condition 'Walk ;n
clo:etl lot: l LE.eaoliful cabinets huge garden
tub, washer and dryer, skylights, etc. Walking
distance to the beach!'$85,000.00.






209 Waler Drive- CANAL FRONT Spaciou,,
4BR/2BA single family home on 2 large lots
with 146 canal frontage. Sea wall anid boot'
dock w/electric and water. 'On quiet street
and on the canal and only steps to the beach!
Immaculatel $3.46,500


SANDP NTS "B" 2801 HWY. 98 Beau-
tifully furnished 2BR/2.5BA BEACHSIDE
townhome with a great GULF VIEW from 2
.private. decks, Excellent rental or secoan0 ''.q
home! MUST SEE THIS ONE! 5249,900. ,


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SET SAIL TOWNHOUSE 08 103 H S. 38TH
STREET NEW 2BR/2.S5BA, spacious
BEACH SIDE town home beautifully fur-
.nished and decorated. Front covered porch
and upper sun deck have GULF VIEW! Cen-
trally located close to Pier and Marinas.
Great rental or second home. $229,000.


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MEXICO BEACH

"Selling Stnsets for 56 Years"


Young patriots at Wewahitchka Elementary S




Wewa Elementary Stu


Honor September
On the morning or Septe:mber prayer I
11. 2001;, America expenenced nation
several tragic terrorist attacks in .
which thousands of innocent, At n
civilians penshed. It was a day of to stop
violence, horror and great the [lag.
sadness that will never be Allegianc
S forgotten. he flagp
^ of the sc
On the first. anniversary of half mas
these tragic events. WES took part' candles
in several activities intended to for a uni
honor the heroes who worked to ; Brvce Ge
. save the fallen, and the I'arrulies bvyplavir
left behind. -'" "
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The day began with a Tribute', 'Ltt
March around the WHS track. tragedy
Students, ,teachers and faculty children
members clad in patriotic colors pnrvilege
and car ming banners. flags and Amere
pendants, solemnly marched Our
behmd. a .Bv'Scout Color Guard.. extended
As the march ended. Ms. Debbie have su
Gerber led the students in a tragedy.




LPHI

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E IMENT
Essay--Winners: Congratu- home or
lauons to our Peacebuider Essay you wvo
Contest winners- Fiftt Grade parent/t
Stephen Denton, Fourth Grade call 227-
Caitlyn Rich. and Third Grade Fall
,. ch isc .Hiscock. Fall Fes
Girl Scouts: Calling all girls Friday.
in grades 4-6. If you are interested Centenn,
in Jolnine Girl Scouts please call Tut<
229-6435 homewoi
Early' Dismissal: Due to to studei
S Homecoming at Port St. Joe High Port St.
School. school will be disruissed Tuesday
at 12.30. 2:10-3:1
Fall Break: School will not be more in
held October 14-18 due to our Likely at
Fall Break. Gene
collecung
Report Cards: Report card, Please
for this grading penod will be sent school.


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JEWS S.

POE
SCHOOL
October 25. If
o schedule a
ference. please

Our annual 8881
be held, "on ,o:
25 at the boiu.
a. laur,
reading and
ice is available
es 3. 4 and 5 at GE
ntary School on 309
iursday5 from :e.
CCC Lab. For LOT
contact Minnie a ,-
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Our school is ED
Mills box tops. RE[
box tops to 5It


P. P. OBox 13123 ,
Hwy. 98 & 31st Street
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
v'www.MexicoBeach Vacations.com
oail: sales@mexicobeachvacations.com
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AI.ULAIC DEALlCH-aiu iVlfnlruJa I I 'u J.
H STREEI I B B- e .,-h lep.r.g al:o.e
-r,n barih ha.e iol; a ie .'er, bea.:h, and
bee-- .er, ellI.o.'nra...ed Oni, :ep. a..a. rc,
.ull S155,900.00.




S. 41SI STREET B 2 .BA rinqle fal,,I
O- ., I Io bad 'rc.,T. ihe Gull Th,. hcoue in
irce'.: ol gernng a compleie-lo.:el.h inside and
o''her, ,i ,: F,,...hed it ^ill .e a r -al :hc.-.:a'e
5,000.00.



CON HILL Baxter Reir.cred Mob,le Home
Id.'.or. 2 BP','2 BA, some furnih.rg;, I.replace
e..ed porch 124 SUN RAY COURT. OWNER
;IOUS, SUBMIT ALL OFFERS! REDUCED
,500.00.




KIM KOVE Bon, d home ,n re.Ir.cred neigh
ood Ariraci..e 3 BR,2 B" 5 Wr.h Berber
,i.'-.w.,l Elecrr.,c kikhen l c ,LhrLe od c.ab.nel:
rore :,:.e & 0 'V a..d brealklari nc.ok Vr-a, I :,d.
landscaped laow, inned .gai'ge and m,.ei
2,900.00. REDUCED S158,500.00.

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0 LIGHTHOUSE AVE BEACON HILL aI.T.O., p.,,
:q home 30'r .: i BA .l Ih ,uli,,. Hao
i.Iul hciL.:,r, cabinet i i w kncher. Carpel. .,nj
dr', .ao t :;r.er.ed porch gorajg laind,:aped &
*' S239,900.00.


NEW LISTINGS PARADISE PALMS SOON TO BE
UNDER CONSTRUCTION. L o,..,r, lour le-l r. .
hb ., : :..erl.- ,.ng ii', gull 3 BR 3 I 2 B" .*,,h
app'oa 2300 :q i heroled & cc-oled I.,rng area plu.
de-.k. screenedd porch, underreealh parking icragog
& pr..ate enlrY Beaur.,ul amer.r.e &i upgrojde. Ask
lo see'an impressive list & plans. Hwy. 98 & Corner
261h Streel Beach side Mexico Beach.
$325,000.00.




BEAUTIFUL HIGH BLUFF LOCqON WITH CHARM
ING OLD FLORID C, ]V r,-.: lr.m t H-, 998
to Palm SItreet a -'iI 'x65 N,:iolgic rhougl-.,:
cf .unminer0 pi.r 5 leeping roam'. I bal' Ianiar,.:
screened parc M.any poas.bil.r.e 9010 Hwy. 98,
Beacon Hill. $350,000.00.


314 ROBIN LANE MEXICO BEACH o.,nionrble 3
BR/2 bA horTe .n re:ir,.ied .ubd'.,,'or, La.ge 9reai rcri,
ape.-. 1.cl-,e,-,. .,ee..eed porch corpoNi appl'arct'
excepir aihe, 6, dryer $152,900.00. LARGE LOTI


mIKUCWVViKuo LuxUr o loih.ou e- .ui" J
BR, 3 1 2 BA ^,l h approx 1.700 :q h pl:; 9garag
and balcony mao: applances meal roalt spr.r.klerr
,':riem landicap'ng and more Hwy. 98 and South
31st. Street, Mexico Beach. Inside unils
5269,000.00.


NERAL COMMERCIAL MEXICO BEACH 15TH STREET I 5 acr. I 13 ,wide x 750 deep S400.000.
9 ROBIN LANE N.:e i 12 ai 17 lo .n 'ui d.n.:.cn z:.nd I.r hci.mne onl' ahead, cleared ..--h ..aier &
er rap paod Pead, lor buld;ng $49,900.00.
I 20 MARYLAND BLVD. MEXICO BEACH 100 'x145 already cleared ,th 6aler & sewer top poid
I 10 load, aF 1.1 d.ii .piead A BARGAIN AT 557,500.00. REDUCED $55,000
RA LARGE LOT W i0 oo 11al, cleared. water
ra,' iop paod S49%y ." ,, .,...,C .N. I,. 7
D BULL ISLAN D Lo, 6 BIk G 11 'I 100O S 10,000000, REDUCED $8,000.00.
0 4tH STREET, PORT St. JOE Zo.-ed co..- mrcal lol 10 Bl'1 26 50' 170', $39,000.00.


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355 HUMMINGBIRD LANE 199c FlIer.ood t1cb.1l
H,-m 3 R '2 i :.,-, La Charlt: BRING YOUR POLE


9255 STARFISH DRIVE' BEACON HILL Nice 2 BR
moblk he.-e -r. like r.e c.:nd.-i:n SpliI bedr.:omr
pli.. l.rr.,,hed & equipped ,cep.' I.c dnr.-.g ec
.a:hF.E & dr,er & personal .em: Decks. o,- bobh
.de S99,500.00.




373 HUMMINGBIRD LANE BEAUTIFUL OVERSTREET -
3 BE. 2 BA ,rlur,-,hed T.. h:.Te Ic5 or. Lake
Charlei $75,000.00.







HIGH BLUFF LOCATION OVER LOOKING THE GULF -
3 BR/'2 BA Flor.da hcTe '.oh man> posibhIiie
"ppro 1800 sq h plou porche' carport & siarage
ha', large greal rooom wrf, Ihreplace ru*.:c: conriuc.
i.on. back prr-ac-e e.-.ce landscaping need: TLC I'
be beaul.,ki Loi 150'W75 14 Hwy. 98, Mexico
Beach. $495,000.00.


LOVELY 2 BP 2 BA ground iloc.r .:or'do or, a GulF Fror,.
L:, r.e .. lurr,h.rang, and p ,,cr :onr. :.:,mple1eJv fur
r,,r!. .d and equ, pp.-d. Grear rental nr-.e.rm'e,' C'O I
:rep r i h. beach 112 C. South 32nd Sireet, Mexico
Beach. Pelican Roost C. S249,000.00.
-113-C S. 37TH
........... ." STREET MEXICO
p BEACH Beach,.de
' ., nToaoue ,r. grear
location to Beach
and inhn.3 pier 2
"BR/I 1/2 BA gar.
den tub ,r- .p,o;,r
bath .urkin- den
dining roc.m k't.:hen. deck & bal.:or., Furnished &
equipped. 5200,000.00.


1 -800-874-5073

or

850-648-5777


S,.,.... ......... .-Three Offices to Serve You:
V'.cco Beach Office e Ba ffce '
101 South 33rd Street at Hwy. 98 2 H C3 "42 Cap a
-: 2010 Hwy. C-30 4320 Cape Sa nlas Road
s63. Fp
-- ". ntals:-" 850) 648-5449 .(850)227-9600
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e. (850) 648 .-Fax (850) 227-211 ... Fax (850) 229-8783
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.J r ch ,- | Ed d 0 ed 2nd eaed Equa rg Oppo,, r.i, ,.-,


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Bayfront Home with a Dock! On the bay at Cape
San Blasi.'2-Pli, BR;'2 BA furnished, and reads for
you Bring your boal and fishing pole Call Dee
Mitchell 1-800-600-1298 MLSt92963.
S375,000.


1601 Marvin Ave Port St. Joe Well-mairiared
3 BR,'l BA block home in town close to schools
Upgrades: CH&A, rooi carpeting lile, p66l
MLS#94029 $92,900 Brenda Miller






'9212'HWY 98 BEACON HILL Large 5 BR/2 BA
Florida beach cottage with spectacular. Gulf view
from front screen porch Public beach access across
Hwy 98 near home.CH/A. Also, has 1 BR/i BA
small cottage in rear which rents by month. On two
50' lots for 100' of highway frontage. House up on
Bluff. $479,500. MLS#92934 ASK FOR ELLEN


Lantana By The Sea
Cape San Blas' exclusive gated gulf front
community, with pool, fantastic gulf view's
and boardwalk access to the beach.
Predevelopment prices $135,000 to
$425,000 per homesite. Contact Mark
Schultz


1st Tier 3Bf: 2 5, .. ilb pool and ho tub and.slorm
Jhutters Gorgeou:; .e.. A ded,caierd beach a.cce:e
FEt.A a,al REDUCED 5325,000! MLS#91373. Ask
for Diane.


7977 Hwy 98 St. Joe Beach FANTASTIC BEACH
HOME! Large 3 BR/3 BA .Ith decorator touches
throughout .fh Gulf view from every roorri. Excellently
maintained 3 levels of deck Gulf side (1375 SF)
Outside sink hot/cold water. Enclosed outside shower


Port St. Joe 1101 Gbrrison Avenue 4BR.2BA
very rnce older h6ine that sits on a 127'xo101 cor-
ner loi 5129,900. MLS#92382. Call Mark Schultz.


hoi/cold water. New hurricane shutters, 2 nevw-A/C
units. Wooden beach walkbver. Landscaped. Many
amenities. MUST SEE! $749,000 unfurnished or
$774,500 furnished MLS#93355 Call Ellen Allemore


510 Maryland Blvd, Mexico Beach -


Beautiful 3
- itti n tilp


D./2 D1A l lmel, completeyrel moIIU IU/ ii u- a I te.
flooring, huge LR, sep DR area, Ig master bedroom.
Recently enlarged kitchen, and den area. Short
walk to beach. MLS#93310 $149,900 Call Brenda'
Miller or Lisa Guilford.


Port St. Joe 4BR,'3B. Enla/ the beautiful sunsels
o',er the Si Joe Ba, from-, th,s lovely home or just
enlo/ the nature from the courtyard This home i
,er> open and spacious S425,000. MLS#91852.
227-9600.








104 Sea Pines Lane Gulf Aire Sub. Large comfort
able 4 BR/3 BA. home with unique Floor plan Master
'Br has loft sauna Woodburning fireplace in livng
rornr ,ilth biq famrri room adoinming Exira room
downstairs for office or another Br 2 car enclosed
garage. Open deck off dining area and screen porch
off kitchen' Beautifully landscaped. Well maintained.
$225,000. MLS#93309 Call Ellen Allemore


1405 Palm Blvd 3 BR/2 BA well kept home.
Pine flooring and Cypress walls through out
house. Breezeway between house and:carport.
Nice front and back yard. Lots of character and
charm. MLS#93644 $139,900


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Seaclitts Beach Homes at Cape San Bias Close to
State Park. Gated commrrur,t, -.i'h pool and grear
views of beach.''
* One new 4BR/4 1/2BA, over 2200 sq. ft. with
elevator. $349,900.
* One resale, 3BR/3 1/2 BA. $329,900,


Ie oauruwulnk J Di/AMA numeiae t is just s ea s
from the Gulf of Mexico. This subdivision offers many.
amenities. MLS#93049 $325,000. One of the few
homes on the Cape where Flood Insurance' is not
, required.


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Indian Pass Subdivision 136 S. Oak St. Custom
built all cypress interior and exterior 3 BR/1.5 BA.
Short walk to beach.Very unique-wide open design.
$265,000.00. MLS#93297. Call Mark Schultz
227-9600 or 227-2594


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REALTOR/BROKER
ly L. Childs, Realtor Associate.!
ce A. Beaty, Realtor Associate






MEXICO BEACH r or, C...1t b, 100
deep I bl-:k oil lr .3 rh r ,reer
S500.000 00.
BEACON HILL "ppr., 96 ,r. C-ulf b, 2.3 deep.
$575.000.00





103 S. 33RD STREET MEXICO BEACH B-acl-.,de
duplex O..ner rara--e.d 2 6F. I 6 ea:. aponr
men fur.nIhed a'd Aill eq,.pped S,:reened porche,.
large loi & 3reai 'e-tal hr.i.r,' S325.000.00.









GULF FR NDO Carmel Villa a3 & A4 C- ear
12 'F' 2 E L'r.I c:mple Ic l, lur.-..eI & equipped
Fo :a.i.c ,e .. cf Beach 5, .':e: lrac .,.ei-d de.:k
Good rental h.irc,r, No co,.-,d lee:'" 109 S. 28th
Street Mexico Beach. $275,000.00. each
403 LA SIESTA DR. MEXICO
BEACH N.:e ..e.,e allordablk
: 'B. e .'e. arraoc
"r. .., .,, .., ,d.ng
Hunter ced... :f : be. be:
0 *s pc. roe'. ... e .. ose
Sr .r, g ,-,cluded
"- -:--* i MUST SEE! $13d.900 00.









TREASURE PALMS BEACHSIDE TOWNHOMES WITH A
GULF VIEW AND SHORT WALK TO BEACH Cu:.,.T.
cabirn i ce.am,c ble be.,b-r carper pli., an,, more
[0xArU .,TeE: Corner of 40th Streel & H.ry. 9E.
$184,900.00. ONLY 2 LEFT

302 HATLEY DR., MEXICO BEACH H.:,e .11 ha-e
SBP. 2 B. ..rh approx 137 'q h i.ng plI. i
coar garaqe Qm.. rmce arer..e Pla'r. a :,I ol'l:e
5 159,900. NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION


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2108 Jui% -1 3 11 recently
remodeled. Great location-ch/a, new carpet, wall
paper, fireplace,, and fenced back yard. Call Susie
White 227-9600. $138,000. MLS#93289


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October Set As "Let's Talk" Month


Parents encouraged to
Talk with Teens about
Pregnancy
Why is choosing abstinence a
good option for teens? Check out
the following facts:
Every day in America, 2,795
teenage, girls' become pregnant;'
'7,000 young people contract a
new sexually transmitted disease.
Every hour of every day, one
teenage contracts the HITV virus;
That's one school classroom full of
teens infected with AIDS every
day.
One in five reported AIDS
cases is diagnosed inr the 20-29
year age group. Since the average
incubation period for HIV is
between three to ten years, it is


' :Fnday. September 27 will be
POrt St. Joe High School's
Homecorrung. and we wish them
well. We will have a half-day of
school due to the Homecoming
parade. However. this will not
affect those in our extended day
program.
SOur students in grades seven
and up have gone to the Wilds, a
Chhnstian camp in North Carolina.
They left early Monday morning
and will retu'i Friday evening.
This trip has been'a part of the
PCS tradition -for about twenty
years. and it is a wonderful
opportunity for the students. Bill
and Beth Taylor and Wayde and
Libby Hunt accompanied them.
SThe annual Christmas card
sale was a great success. This is
our most important fund raising
project of the year. and the
students really put a lot of time
and energy into it. The winners of
the first day sales contest were as
follows: First place, Jessica
Sarmiento (17): second place,
Derek Barfield 112): third place.
Brian Pitts (11): and fourth place.
Elija Quaranta. Katerina Nelson.
a id Laupren Cosun (10). We' will
a ioeunce the overall r-winers in
next week's article-. :.
Please remember that in case
of bad weather. Faith Christian
will follow the same schedule as
the public schools. Please listen
for announcements on the radio
and TV.
The Classroom Angel program

Boyd to Host Military
Academy Day
I On Saturday. September 28.
Congressman Allen Boyd- (D-
North Florida) will be hosting an
open house for high school
juniors and seniors who are
interested in attending one of the
U.S. military acaderrues.
The event will give students
the opportunity to learn more
about the application process and
to meet with representatives of
each academy and the ROTC
units of Flonrida State Uniruversity
and Florida A&M University. As
part of the application process.
students are required to have a
Congressional nomination sub-
mitted on their bahalf. Parents
are encouraged to attend.
The event will take place
Saturday. September 28 from
9-00-11:00 a.m. at Deer Lake
Middle School. 9902 Deerlake
Dnve West. just off U.S. Highway
301. Tallahassee.


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evident that large numbers of
young adults who are 'being
reported to have AIDS became
infected as teens.
Thirty-eight percent of sex-
ually active females, ages 13-21,
were' found to be infected with the
human papilloma virus ocr HPV
(commonly known as genital,
warts). .There is no known cure for
.this virus. In addition, HPV, is
responsible for 90-95% of all
cases of cervical cancer. ,
These are frightening statis-
tics. What can, be done? October
is "Let's Talk" month. Parents are
encouraged to talk to their teens
about teen pregnancy prevention.
Children who can talk to their
parents about this topic are less
likely to become pregnant or get


is growing, and we are so thankful
for those who are giving toward
this project. There are still a few
classes that need sponsors. so
check with your child's teacher if
you would like to help. Fnends of
the school who would like to be a
Classroom Angel may call the
office at 229-6707.


someone pregnant while still in
high school.
Asking questions about what
your child is doing and with


Shark Afghans
On Sale Now

This is the last chance to
place an order for a Port St. Joe
High School shark afghan. The
cost is S30.00 and checks should
be made payable to Port St. Joe
High School Varsity Cheerleaders.
To place an order, please call
Cindy Belin at 227-1221 or
Wanda Nixon at 227-3211.


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OF CAPE SAN BLAS
4975-A Cape San Bias Rd., Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Roger Bradley Don Bradley Victor Ramos
Broker/Owner Agent Broker Associate, GRI
Mobile: 850-227-4383 After Hours After Hours
After Hours: 229-2749 850-227-9660 850-229-9353
BUSINESS TOLL-FREE FAX
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help to reduce teen pregnancy.
Another factor is helping your
kids to have options for the future
that are more attractive than


pregnancy. Post high school plans,
should be discussed early: an'd
often. For more information, ,log
onto www.teenpregnancy.6rg.


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week from Port St. Joe
Elementary for 9/16-
20: front row (I to r):
(first grade) Bryan
Powell, (Kindergarten)
Morgan Butts, (Pre-K)
Sergio Clemons. Back
row (1 to r): (5th grade)
Miranda Kilbourn, (4th
grade) Matthew Pope,
(3rd grade) Erin White,
(2nd grade) Alec
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Mexico Beach Office
101 South 33rd Street St. Joe Bay Office Cape Office
at Hwy. 98 2010 Hwy. C-30 4320 Cape San Bias Road
Rentals: (850) 648-5449 (850) 227-9600 Sales (850) 227-2160
Sales: (850) 648-5683 Fax (850) 227-2115 Fax (850) 229-8783
Fax: (850) 648-4247 Toll Free: (800) 451-2349 Toll Free: (800) 600-1298
Toll Free: (800) 260-1137
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4BR/2BA' Manufactured" home -sluoted
S'or, 1/2 acres beautiful landscaping
and a large v-*orkshop '.ith kitchen and
bathroom, large boat shed .vlh extra
storagee 'Master suite has bonu. room.
.'which could be a sitting area or computer
room Much too many amenities to men-
tion. Call Susie White 227-4046 or 800-
451-2349. 5120,000. MLS#91741.






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210, Gulfaire Drive, St. Joe Beach Very
cule,3BR/2BA gull view home, cuStom built,
beautifully maintained, great front screened
deck, pool, tennis & private beach
MLS#92205, $250,000 Brenda Miller.

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Port St. Joe Bay View Thi. 4 BR./2 5
BA home is one of a kind All doors are
9' tall mahogany and ceilings are' 10'
high Corian .:ountertops, bahama shut-
ters, bamboo floors, Florida room, and
man, more amenities THIS IS A MUST
SEE! MLS#93074. S649,000. CALL
CAROL BELL 850-227-9600.


104' x 208' bordering Slate Park @
$85,000
Bayview on HWY C-30A, 200'x 217'
@ $110,000
Gulf View on Cape San Bias 102' x
106', $124,900
Interior on Cape San Bias, Commercial,
$104,900'


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Fantastic Views from this 51' x 312'+- n
Gulf Front Lot' White Sandy Beaches and
Emerald Waters and Perfect for Your
New Home' ASKING $399,900


Cape San Bks 2nd T-r, 144,90.,,

$72,500.
Gulf Front on Cape San Bias,
51'x31,2', $399,000. 1 K


7712 Hwy. 98 St. Joe Beach -
Urobstruclted Gul View acro s from dedicar- r
ed beach l Ths 3'BR.'2 BA I 600sf home sits
or, a 50'x 90'loi Propert-, could be income Port St. Joe
producing upstairs and dov.nsta.rs apart'- short wal
menis' MLS#92313 5335,000. Call Ellen home is si
at 850.648.5683 approx 2 1(


rort 3r. Joe- o OaA Doi name completely
remodeled in a great location Kitchen has tile
and cedar trim Nice big yard w/enclosed
pool MLS#94081 5189,900
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117 N. 38th Street Mexico Beach 3 BR/2
BA Canal Front Home This home has been
well maintained and recently refurbished
Seawall landscaped yard, dock permit
applied for. S325,000. MLS#93198


e This 3 BR/2 BA home is just
Ik to the St Joseph Bay. This
luated on a corner lot with
00 SF MLS#93905. 5163,000


Mexico Beach 502 Hwy 98 2BR/1BA
'Old Florida' cottage with dedicated gull
view Lot is 50x1 50 This cottage has plenty.
of character and charm. Enjoy the sunset
overlooking the Gulf of Mexco. $350,000
MLS#91023. Call Susie White @227-9600.


LOT LISTINGS-" LOT LISTINGS LOT LISTINGS LOT LISTINGS
PORT ST. JOE OVERSTREET Bay Front Lot- MLS#94003, 5179,900
* Commercial Property Garrison Interior, MLS#6624, Wewahitchka, Wetappo Cape Son Bias gulf view lot at South Beach
Avenue/Hwy. 71 S226,512 MLS#90451 Drive, S 11,800, Patricia Roap. MLS#91560 S 189,900.
* Commercial Property Woodward 4.7 acres on Sunshine Road priced to sell, Treasure Bay Lot 7, CD-30 Road $59,900.
Avenue/Hwy. 71 5234,788 MLS#92076 interior parcel close to intracoastal. MLS#91009
Garrison Plantation A corner lot ,r, ihe MLS#9581. 560,000. Patricia Raap Cape San Bias 41iW' bay lot.
r,..,e.i ubd..,,son n Pori St Joe 541,500 The Landings at Wetoppo Lots priced from $169,900. Call C"r' IW!T
MLS#93212 569,900- S115,000. Cape San Bias 100'x427' bay lot. Call Susie
* Garrsion Plantation i. n.:e lot in the ne-es Corner of County Road 386 and South Long White S169,900.
subd.,,ion to build tour dream home Rd. Corner of County Road 386 and South 100 Secluded Dunes Dr. S299,900 -
$34,500 MLS#93213 Long Road 16 half-acre + lois are now MLS#92253
* Interior r italwit'JmT /eirk osailoble Only 5 miles to ihe beach Greal for Interior, MLS#6528, Secluded Dunes Drive,
Beach year-round 1hng, gel-away, investment $154,900.
* First Tir t r ndmark Possible owner financing. S25,000 each. Interior Lot, MLS#6956, Cape San Bias Rd.,
Beach CTMLS#92905. 4 lots to sell are reduced to 5200,000 Susie White.
*Cleared lois starting at 522,900. City water $20,000 each. INDIAN LAGOON & INDIAN PASS
and sewer available. Call Carol Bell at 850- Buddy Floore Rd. access 12.79 Indian Pass Gulf Front lot, 50x'x452'.
227-4252. acres, MLS #919W', 05, call Patricia MLS#93994, S425,000. Call Mark Schultz.
* Port St. Joe Lots on Marvin Avenue.S14,000 Raap at 648.5683. Indian Pass Gulf Front lot, 50x'x452'.
each. MLS#90463 Min Aveue14 Buddy Floore Rd. Wooded Parcel 8.14MLS#93995, $425,000. Call Mark Schultz.
acres, MIS #91915, $36,630, call Patricia ne are w/sepic.$55000
SCmat i on 7 iWewa Raap at 648-5683 Hwy C-30- One acre w/septic. $55,000
State Intracoastal Waterway, ML.S#92707, Roberts MLS#92936
OTHER GULF COUNTY ACREAGE Landing Rd., 35.9 acres, 5159,000, Patricia MLS#2599, Hwy C-30, $99,900.
* Rural acreage parcels from 25 acres and up. Raap. BEACHES
Price ranges from S75,000-$571,290. CAPE SAN BLAS 107 Ponce De Leon St. St. Joe Beach In first
* Large lots at Bryant's Landing. Prices range Marnie Island Reserve Marnie's Island block of beach 2nd lot from dedicated beach
from $8,300-$12,900. MLS#93026. offering 8 private and secluded lots on upland Beautifully landscaped -has underground
SWEWAHITCHKA island on the St. Joseph Bay. Private electric run. 46'wide for 73'then 50" for 52'
* HOWARD CREEK Louise Ave. 2 lots, 300ft. community with 2 way bridge and security 125' total depth. SUPER LOCATION AND
road Frbal"tta" cif5 a s) dlo to boat lo1nh. gate. 9I B Western facing views in a, PRICEI $100,000. MLS#93072
Call Patricia Raap. MLS # 92599 $3,,000 secluded pristine area. MLS#90969. Starting St. Joe Beach 180' on Hwy 98x440' on
4 lots 400'x150'. Call Susie White. $24,500. at $199.900. Call Kim Harrison 850-227-3745. Court and 370'xl25' on Americus. Great
MLS#8144. FIRST TIER LOT "C" FLOOD ZONE opportunity for commercial or/and residential.
MLS#4486, Dogwood Ave., $14,900. $180,000 MLS#93083. CALL DIANE PEEVY $975,000. MLS#9331 Call Ellen Allemore.


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Capital City Trust Company
,is proud to announce Michele
Byrd has been elected Vice
President and Business Develop-


ment Officer. With several years of
commercial sales development
and client relationship manage-
ment, Michele will be a valuable


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asset to,the Trust Company.
Randy Pople, President,
Capital City Trust Company, said,
"Michele is a great addition to the
Trust team." Randy added, "Her
strong business development
experience combined, with an
excellent Trust product will
continue to strengthen the
investment management services
of the Trust Company."
Michele will be responsible for
several Capital City communities.
including Port St. Joe. With 137.
combined years, of professional.
investment management, .Capital
City Trust Company manages
'each ., client's account with
strategies and a secure,.
conservative and disciplined
approach.
Capital city Bank Group, Inc., .
is .a$1.7 billion financial services
company .headquartered in;'
Tallahassee, Florida, providing
traditional deposit -and credit
services, asset management,
trust, mortgage banking, credit
cards, data processing, arid
securities brokerage services.
'. Founded in 1895,' the Company
.has 55 banking offices, 67 ATMs
and nine Bank 'N Shop locations
in 22 counties in Florida,
Georaia and Alabama.


Coastal Fitness
and Rehab

WelComes Shealy
Coastal Fitness and
Rehabilitation welcomed Robin
Shealy, Speech-Language
Pathologist to its staff. Robin
brings with *'her five years
experience in the field of
Communication Disorders. Her
'primary focus has been. with
special needs children. She is
.qualified to work with individuals
of all ages who have speech,
language, voice, fluency, and
swallowing disorders and/or
difficulties. Robin is a valuable
addition to the staff at 'Coastal
Fitness and Rehab, completing
their team of full time physical,
occupational, massage, and
speech therapy.
Robin resides in \Vewahitchka
'\ith her husband Haywood and
'has recently been blessed with, a
beautiful baby girl, Rebecca
:Mane. They recently moved ,back
into the area to be closer to family.
Anyone with questions
regarding speech therapy,
including those who would like to
Schedule a free screening to
determine the need for speech
;herapy may call Robin for
information at 229-1900.


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


c


oe ..,d tram-e horne DESOTA STREET ST JOE BEACH Alreadv establ.-hed min : .. -
I B hc-e in quie ec :-rorge buine: 48 urnili c, bring in a monthly income Very. _. .. .
.- l oi ',n lh, secondd blo.-, from the beach S220,000.00 .B
ADJOINING LOTS ALSO FOR SALE. MAKE AN OFFER fOR ALL
THREE.
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'-, -' 391 BAYBERRY DR. Cuslom built home secluded 10 82
-;:. ; '"* v" ."'* '! -'*.- .6..-...... ,.-.... .. ...'. -. acres. 3 BR/2 BA, hardwood floors, wrap around porch,
Si___ replace, barn and fenced pastures A uniquecountry home
tJI l. *,that TO BE SEEN. S249,000.00


380 MADISON ST. PORT ST. JOE Taia-,. ;erano.aied, 1950'i .,
home trc. a ,ho....ca:e' 2 BF: haoe iher o.- r nd.,dual back
decki ,'t.le he mahoer bedroom and family, room open onto
the exquiiie back de.l The eolra large loi bEoauiifull, land- 's.. --
zcaped '..ilh a 7 loUered pri.ac, ience Or 2 blocks from -V a ...... -
the bay AN ABSOLUTE MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE. 107 13TH ST. MEXICO BEACH Beauliful 2 BR 2 BA ,ome or,
5150,000.00 or'lts Greal t..e.-. of ihe gulf From front deck and liing room
,. large lol .i. l h pr,.ac:, fence around ihe back )ard Onli' sleps to
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206 3RD STREET MEXICO BEACH Dc.,bl -..de mobilee home
only 3 blocks to Gulf of Mexico! 75'xl 12' lot, above ground pool,
deck and other amenities. PRICED TO SELL AT $92,000.00.


000 Magellan Street St. Joe Beach 50x150 mol, cleared,
septic. About 4 blocks to beach. $52,000.00


7118 GEORGIA AVENUE ST. JOE BEACH Peaceful and quei
This 3 BR/2 BA home is immaculate. Carpeted throughout, ch/a,
'green house, storage shed'and sitting on 2 fenced-in landscaped
lots, approx. 150'x100' MOL. Just a short walk to the beach.
GREAT BUY AT $157,500.00.


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Gulf Rifle Club

Sight-In Day Oct. 5
A rifle iihlt-ir da \ill be held
at the Gulf Rifle Club range for
any person .wanting to sight-in a
rifle. The event will take place on
Saturday, October 5, from: 9:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. CST.
Club members will be present
'to. assist with borpsighting,
spotting and with gentera] inform-
ation.
The rifle range'is located one
*fourth of a mile north of Port St.
Joe ori Highway 71 North.
'For more information, contact
Carl .Kleinrchrmidt at 871-0779,
Johh Fadi at 229-t.-421 or Roger,
Brown at 763-3302.

Free Prescription

Drugs Available
Is your medication too
expensive for your budget? If so
information in a' new booklet
might help. .
The ., Cost Containment
Research Institute in Washington,
D.C. has just published a 48-page,
booklet "Free & Low Cost:
Prescription Drugs"., The revised
fifth 'edition" b,,oklet '. ie
.'.--..iffifhiitibon o'h0t-,owand w.,-here- t.,:,
S-get free, and low cost- prescription-
drugs. .
"Many major drug companies
:provide, free or low cost
medication, but rarely, if ever
publicize the programs," says
Gary Nave,' Director of The
Institute. "We've published an A to
Z listing of all the drugs that are
available through patient


assistance prograr'fs, for free or at
very low cost directly ,from the
manufacturer."
Consumers can receive a copy
by sending $5 to cover the cost- of
printing, postage and- handling to:
Institute Fulfillment Center,
Booklet #PD-85, P.O. Box 210,
Dallas, PA, 18612-0210.
Insurance and

Customer Service
Courses at GCCC
The Lifelong Learning Office
of Gulf Coast Community College
,will conduct a 40-Hour Registered
Customer Service Representative
Course.,This coursefis designed' to
lead to the. State of Florida
designation of Registered Custo-
mer Se rmice Representative. After
successful completion of .the
course and an in-class exam, the
candidate is exempt from 'the
st.ile's exam for the -.4-40.
insurance liiense These weekend
lasses \%-ill be held on October/,19
and 20, as well as October 26 arid
27 from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.'The
cost is 8229. including textbook.
GCCC will also offer a .40-
Hour Title Agents Qualification
Course. This course will prepare
students for 'the State. of Florida
licensing exam in title insurance
(including closing procedures,
escrow-handling, examir action of
title, abstracting and. title
searches).. Students must satis-
factorily complete the course with
a grade of at-least 70 percent in
order to take the; state exam.
Classes will meet October 2 to
December .11 (no class on
November 27). The cost is $199,
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M arguriette

Kennedy Stokes
Marguriette Kennedy Stokes,
.64, of Port St. Joe, passed away
Sunday, September 22 at Gulf
Coast Medical Center in Panama
City. She was a lifelong resident of
Gulf County and was of the
Holiness faith. Marguriette was a
devoted mother. She was
preceded, in death by her father
'W.O. Kennedy, and brother,
Windell Kennedy.
She is survived by her
children, Kathy Hall of
Wewahitchka and Alton Stokes of
Louisiana; her mother, Emma
Butler Kennedy of Wewahitchka;
two grandchildren, Beth Kendrick
and Tonya Hall of Wewahitchka;
two great-grand-sons, Ryan
Landon Stokes, and *Jacob
Kendrick of Macon, Gorigia; two
brothers, Jackie Kennedy and his
wife, Sarah of Blakely, Georgia
and John Kennedy and his wife
Joyce of Dalton, Georgia, one
sister-in-law, Nelda Kennedy of
Decatur, Alabama, and a number'
of nephews iagd nieces.
Interment. followed graveside
services, ,which were, held
Wednesday, September 26 in the
Holly Hill Cemetery at 12:00 noon
ET with the Reverend Howard
Browning officiating.

"Bill" Byrd, Sr.
Judsont W. -Bill" Byrd. Sr., of,
Fayette County, devoted husband.
loving father and respected
businessman .passed away
'suddenly September 21, at his
beach home in Cape San Bias. L
In egrlieryears he was active
in (he Optimist Club, Boys Club.
and school activities. He served as
one of the first presidents of the
Atlanta ,chapter of the INorth
Georgia, College Aulmni Associ-
ation anrd was : named as ,a
distinguished alumnus : of


Woocward Academy.
He is survived by his wife of
forty-nine years, Macie Wehunt
Byrd; daughter, Brenda Byrd
Douthit and husband Todd; son,
J. William Byrd; daughter Cindy
Byrd Mullis and husband Jerry;
grandchildren, Judson Morrison,
Jonathon Morrison, Will Mullis,
and Macie Mullis; aunts, Emmie
Pound and Elizabeth Pound.,
He will be remembered by all
for his care and compassion for
others, his willingness to mentor
and his love of fishing.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, September 24 at .the
Chapel of Carl J. Mowell- & Son
Funeral Home. Reverend Troy
Douthit officiated.
In lieu of flowers donations
may be. made to the American
Heart Association or the American
Diabetes Association.



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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
TO BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 5, 2002

NOTICE OF ELECTION

I, Jim Smith, Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do hereby give nonce that an
election will be held in each county in Florida, on November 5, 2002 for the ratification
or rejection of proposed constitutional amendments of the State of Florida:

NO.1
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I, SECTION 17
(Legislative)

BALLOT TITLE: Excessive Punishments

BALLOT SUMMARY: Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution identical tcc
a proposed amendment to Section 17 of Article I of the Stare Constitution which was
approved by a statewide vote in 1998. The Supreme Court of Florida struck the 1998
amendment in a ruling in which four of the seven justices found that the ballot summary
was inaccurate. The proposed amendment expressly authorizes the death penalty for
capital crimes and expressly authorizes retroactive changes in the method of execution.
The amendment changes the prohibition against "cruel or unusual punishment," currently
pro'lidd in Section 17 of Article I of the State Constitution. to a prohibition against
"cruel and unusual purushment" to conform with the wordirig of the Eighth Amendment
to the United States Consttution. The amendment prohibits reduction of a death sentence
based on invalidity of an execution method and provides for continued force of th<
sentence. The amendment permits any execution method unless prohibited by the United
States Constitution. The amendment requires construction of the prohibition against cruel
or unusual punishment and the proposed prohibition against cruel and unusual
punishment to conform to United States Supreme Court interpretation of the Eighth
*Amendment to the United States Constitution. The amendment would prevent state
courts, including the Florida Supreme Court, from treating the state constitutional
prohibition against cruel or unusual punishment as being more expansive than the federal
constitutional prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment or United States Supreme
Court interpretations thereof. The amendment effectively nullifies rights currently
allowed under the state prohibition against cruel or unusual punishment which may afford
greater protections for those subject to punishment for crimes'than will be provided by
the amendment Under the amendment, the protections afforded- those subject to
punishment for crimes under the "cruel or unusual punishment" clause, as that -clause
currently appears in Section 17 of Artirncle I of the State Constitution, will be the same as
the minimum protections provided under the "cruel and unusual" punishments clause ol
the Eighth Amendment to the United States Constitution. The amendment provides for
retroactive applicability
Specifically, the proposal amends Section 17 of Article I ofthe State Constitution, to read
as set forth below. The word saieken is a deletion: words underlined are additions:
SECTION 17. Excessive punishments.-Excessive fines, cruel and er unusual
punishment, attainder, forfeiture of estate, indefinite imprisonment, and unreasonable
detention of witnesses are forbidden. The death penalty is an authorized punishment for
capital crimes designated by- the legislature. The prohibition against cruel or unusual
punishment. and the prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment, shall be construed
in conformity with decisions of the United States Supreme Court -which interpret the
prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment provided in the Eighth Amendment to
the United States Constitution Any method of execution shall be-allowed1 unless
prohibited by the United States Constitution. Methods of execution may be designated by
the legislature, and a change in any method of execution may be applied retroactively. A
sentence of death shall not be reduced on the basis that a method of execution is invalid.
In any case in which an execution method is declared invalid, the death sentence shall
remain in force until the sentence can be lawfully executed by any valid method. This
secnon shall apply retroactively

FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT:

SECTION 17. Excessive punishments.--Excessive fines, cruel and ef unusual
punishment, attainder, forfeiture of estate, indefinite imprisonment, ,and-. unreasonable
detention of witnesses are forbidden. The death penalty is an.'authorized punishment for
capital crimes designated by the legislature. The prohibition against cruel 6r unusual
punishment, and the prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment, shall be construed
in conformity with decisions of the United States Supreme Court which-interpret the
prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment provided in the Eighth Ame6ndiniini t6
the United States Connriturion. Anm method of execution shall be allowed, Iunless'
prohibited b, the United States Constitution. Methods of execution may be'designated by
the legilarture. and a chance in any method of execution may be applied retroactively. A
sentence of death shall not be reduced on the basis that a method of execution is' invalid.
In any case in which an execution method is declared-invalid, the death sentencee shall
remain in force unul the sentence can be lawfully executed by any valid method. This
section shall apply rerroactinvel
NO. 2
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDNlENT
ARTICLE XI. SECTION 5
(Legislative)

SALLOT TITLE: Economic Impact Statements for Proposed Constituionfal
Amendments or Rev visions

BALLOT SUMlILARY: Requires the Legislature to provide by general law for the
provision of an economic impact statement to the public prior to the public voting on an
amendment of the Florida Constintuion proposed by initiative.

FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT:

SECTION 5. Amendment or revision election.-
(a) A proposed amendment to or revision of this constitution, or any part of it, shall be
submitted to the electors at the next general election held more than ninety days after the
joint resolunon, ininatise petition or report of revision commission, constitutional
convention or taxation and budget reform commission proposing it is filed, with the
custodian of state records, unless, pursuant to law enacted by the affirmative vote of
three-fourths of the membership of each house of the legislature and, limited to a single
: amendment or revision, it is submitted at an earlier special election held more than ninety
days after such filing
(b) The legislature shall provide by general law, prior to the holding of an election
pursuant to this section, for the provision of a statement to the public regarding the
probable financial impact of any amendment proposed by initiative pursuant to Section 3.
S (chl Once in mte tenth week. and once min the sixth week immediately preceding the
week in which the election is held, the proposed amendment or revision, with notice of
: the date of election at which it will be subrrumitted to the electors, shall be published in one
newspaper of general circulation in each county in which a newspaper is published.
td).4-4 If the proposed amendment or revision is approved by vote of the electors, it
Shall be effecnte as an amendment to or revision of the constitution of the state on the
first Tuesday after the first Monday in January following the election, or on such other
daite'as may be specified in the amendment or revision..
NO. 3
; CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VITI, SECTION 6
(Legislative)

BALLOT TITLE: Authonzing Amendments to Mliami-Dade County Home Rule
*. Charter by Special Law Approved by Referendum

SBALLOT SUMALARY: Proposing an amendment to Section 6 of Article VII of the
* State Constitution to authorize amendments or revisions to the Miami-Dade County
Home Rule Charter by special law approved by a sote of the electors of Miami-Dade
County and to conform references to the county's current name.

FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT:

SSECTION 6. Schedule to Arnicle VII.-- .


(a) This article shall replace all of Article VIII of the Constitution of 1885, as amended,
except those sections expressly retained and made a part of this article by reference.
(b) COUNTIES; COUNTY SEATS: MUNICIPALITIES; DISTRICTS. The status of
the following items as they e'.ist on the date this article becomes effective is recognized
and shall be continued unnl changed in accordance with law: the counties of the state;
their status with respect to the legality of the sale of intoxicating liquors, wines and beers;
. the method of selection of county officers; the performance of municipal functions by
county officers: the county seats: and the municipalities and special districts of the state,
their powers, jurisdiction and government.
(c) OFFICERS TO CONTINUE IN OFFICE. Every person holding office when this
: article becomes effecnrie shall continue in office for the remainder of the term if that
office is not abolished. If the office is abolished the incumbent shall be paid adequate
compensation, to be fixed by law, for the loss of emoluments for the remainder of the
term.. -
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f DECLARATION OF RIGHTS
SECTION 24. Access to public records and meetings.--
(a) Every person has the right to inspect or copy any public record made or received in
connection with the official business of any public body, officer, or employee of the state,
or persons acting on their behalf, except with respect to records exempted pursuant to this
section or specifically made confidennal by this Constituntion. This section specifically
includes the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government and each agency
or department created thereunder; countes, municipalities, and districts; and each
constitutional officer, board, and commission, or entity created pursuant to law or this
Constitution.
i(b) All meetings of any. collegial public body of the executive branch of state
-government or of any collegial public body of a count), municipality, school district, or
special district, at which official acts are to be taken or at which public business of such
body is .to .be transacted or discussed, shall be open and noticed to the public and
meetings of the legislature shall be open and nonced as provided in Article lm, Section
4(e), except with respect to meetings exempted pursuant to this section or specifically
closed by this Constitution.
(c) This section shall be self-executing. The legislature, however, may provide by
general law passed by a two-thirds vote of each house for the exemption of records from
the Jequirements of subsection (a) and the exemption of meetings from the requirements
of subsection (b), provided that such law,shall state with specificity the public necessity
justifying the exemption and shall be no broader than necessary to accomplish the stated
purpose of the law. The legislature shall enact laws governing the enforcement of this
section, including the maintenance, control, destruction, disposal, and disposition of
records made public by this section, except that each house of the legislature may adopt
rules governing the enforcement of this section in relation to records of the legislative
branch. -aws enacted pursuant to this subsection shall contain only exemptions from the
requirements of subsections (a) or (b) and provisions governing the enforcement of this
section, and shall relate to one subject
-al'iAll laws that are in effect oniJuly I,.14993 that limit.public access to records or
,'~n~ertis" hall remain in force, and suet] la.'.. apple) to records of the legislate and
judicial branches, until they are repealed..Rules of court that are in effect on the date of
adoption of this section that limit access to records shall remain in effect unul they are
repealed.
NO. 6
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE X, SECTION 20
(Initiative)

BALLOT TITLE: Protect People from the Health Hazards of Second-Hand Tobacco
Smoke by Prohibiting Workplace Smoking

BALLOT SUMMIARY- To protect people from the health hazards of second-hand
tobacco smoke, this amendment prohibits tobacco smoking in enclosed indoor
workplaces. Allosis exceptions for private residences except wben they are being used to
provide commercial child care, adult care or health care. Also allows exceptions for retail
tobacco shops,' designated smoking guest rooms at hotels and other public lodging
establishments. and stand-alone bars. Provides definitions, and requires the legislature to
promptly implement this amendment.

FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT:

BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA THAT:
WHEREAS, second-band tobacco smoke is a known. human carcinogen (contains cancer-
causing agents) for which there is no safe. level of exposure, and causes death and
disease; WHEREAS, .exposure to second-hand tobacco smoke frequently occurs in the
'workplace; and WHEREAS, ventilation and filtration systems do not remove the cancer-
causing substances from second-hand smoke; NOW, THEREFORE, to protect people
from the health hazards of second-hand tobacco smoke, the citizens of Florida hereby
amend Article X of the Florida Constitution to add the following as section 20:
S.ECTION.20. Workplaces Without Tobacco Smoke.-
(a) Prohibition. As-a Florida health initiative to protect people from the health hazards of
second-hand tobacco smoke, tobacco smoking is prohibited in enclosed indoor
workplaces.
(b) Exceptions. As further explained in the definitions below, tobacco smoking may be
permitted in private residences whenever they are not being used commercially to
provide child care, adult care, or health care, or any combination thereof; and further may
be permitted in retail tobacco shops, designated smoking guest rooms at hotels and other
public lodging establishments, and stand-alone bars. However. nothing in this section or
in itsiimplemenntig legislanon or regulations shall prohibit the owner, lessee, or other
person in control of the use of an enclosed indoor workplace from further prohibiting or
liminng smoking therein.
.(c) Definmons. For purposes of this section, the.followming words and terms shall have the
stated meanings: ..
"Smoking" means inhaling, exhaling, burning, carrying, or possessing any lighted
tobacco product, including cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, and any other lighted
tobacco product..
"Second-band smoke," also known as environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), means
smoke emitted from lighted, smoldering, or burning tobacco when the smoker is not

inhaling; smoke emitted at the mouthpiece during puff drawing: and smoke exhaled
by the smoker.
"Work" means any person's providing any employment or employment-type service
for or at the request of another individual or individuals or any public or private
entity, whether for compensation or not, whether full or part-time, whether legally or
not. "Work" includes, without limitation, any such service performed by an
employee. independent contractor, agent, partner, proprietor, manager, officer,
director, apprentice, trainee, associate, servant, volunteer, and the like.
"Enclosed indoor workplace" means any place where one or more persons engages in
work, and which place is predominantly or totally bounded on all sides and above by
physical barriers, regardless of whether such barriers consist of or include uncovered
openings, screened or otherwise partially covered openings; or open or. closed
windows, jalousies, doors, or the like. This section applies to all such enclosed indoor
workplaces without regard to whether work is occurring at any given nime.
"Commercial" use of a pnvate residence means any Time dunng which the owner,
lessee, or other person occupying or controlling the use of the private residence is
furnishing in the pnvate residence, or causing or allowing to be furnished in the
private residence, child care, adult care, or health care, or any combination thereof,
and receiving or expecting to receive compensation therefore.
"Retail tobacco shop" means any enclosed indoor workplace dedicated to or
predominantly for the retail sale of tobacco, tobacco products, and accessories for
such products, in which the sale of other products or services is merely incidental.
"Designated stnoking guest rooms at public lodging establishments" means the


effective date of this article may be amended or repealed by county ordinance.
(e) CONSOLIDATION AND HOME RULE. Arncle VII, Sections 9, 10, II and 24, of
the Constitution of 1885, as amended, shall remain in full force and effect as to each
county affected, as if this article had not been adopted, unnl that county shall expressly
adopt a charter or home rule plan pursuant to this article. All provisions of the Miami-
Dade Metropolitln Dade County Home Rule Charter, heretofore or hereafter adopted by.
the electors of Miami-Dade Dade County pursuant to Article VIII, Section 11, of the
Constitution of 1885, as amended, shall be valid, and any amendments to such charter
shall be valid; provided that the said provisions of such charter and the said amendments
thereto ate authorized under said Article VIII, Secuon 11. of the Constitution of 1885, as
amended. However, notwithstanding arny pros ision of Article VMI, 'Section I 1, of the
Constitution of 1885. as amended,-or an\ limitations under this subsection, the Miami-
Dade County Home Rule Charter may be amended or res ised b' special law approved bN
the electors of Miami-Dade Countr and, if approved, shall be deemed an amendment or
revision of the charter by the electors of Miami-Dade Count,,

(f) DADE COUNTY. POWERS CONFERRED UPON MUNICIPALITIES To the
extent not inconsistent with the powers of existing municipalities or general law, the
Metropolitan Government of Dade Count:, may exercise all the powers conferred now or
hereafter by general lasw upon municipalities.
f(g) DELETION OF OBSOLETE SCHEDULE ITEMS. The legislature shall have
power, by joint resolution, to delete from this article any subsection of this Section 6,
including this subsection, when all events to which the subsection to be deleted is or
could become applicable have occurred. A legislative determination of fact made as a
basis for application of this subsection shall be subject to judicial re, iew

NO.4
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I, SECTION 24
(Legislative)

BALLOT TITLE: Laws Providing Public Records or Meetings Exemptions: Two-
Thirds Vote Required

BALLOT SUMMARY: Requires that laws providing exemptions from public records :
or public meetings requirements must, after the effective date of this amendment, be
passed by a two-thirds vote of each house of the Legislature.

FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT:


property for the purpose of providing living quarters for one or more natural or adoptive
grandparents or parents of the owner of the property or of the owner's spouse if at least
one of the grandparents or parents for whom the living quarters are provided is 62 years
of age or older. Such a reduction may not exceed the lesser of the following:
(1) The increase in assessed value resulting from construction or reconstruction of the
property.
(2) Twenty percent of the total assessed value of the property as improved.
NO. 8
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE LX, SECTION 1
(Initiative)

BALLOT TITLE: Voluntary Universal Pre-Kindergarten Education

BALLOT SUMMARY: Every four-year-old child in Florida shall be offered a high
quality pre-kindergarten learning opportunity by the state no later thanthe 2005 school
year. This voluntary early childhood development and education program shall be
established according to high quality standards and shall be free for all Florida four-year-
olds' without taking away funds used for existing education, health and development
programs.


FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT:

(b) Every four-year old child in Flonda shall be provided by the State a high quality pre-
kindergarten learning opportunity in the form of an early childhood development and
education program which shall be voluntary, high quality, free, and delivered according
to professionally accepted standards. An early childhood development and education
program means an organized program designed to address and enhance each child's
ability to make age appropriate progress in an appropriate range of settings in the
development of language and cognitive capabilities and emotional, social, regulatory and
moral capacities through education in basic skills and such other skills as the Legislature
may determine to be appropriate.
(c) The early childhood education and development programs provided by reason of
subparagraph (b) shall be implemented no later than the beginning of the 2005 school
year through funds generated in addition to those used for existing education, health, and
development programs. Existing education, health, and development programs are those
funded by the State as of January 1, 2002 that provided for child or adult education,'
health care, or development.
NO. S9
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLEIX, SECTION 1
initiative )

BALLOT TITLE: Florida's Amendment to Reduce Class Size "

BALLOT SUMMARY: Proposes an amendment to the State Constitution to.require
that the Legislature provide funding for sufficient classrooms so that there be a maximum
number of students in public school classes for various grade levels; requires compliance
by the beginning of the 2010,school year; requires the Legislature, and not local school
districts, to payfor the costs associated with reduced class size; prescribes a schedule for
phased-in funding to achieve the required maximum class size.

FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT:

Section 1. Public Education.- ., ,
The education of children is a fundamental value of the people of the State of Florida. It
is, therefore, a paramount duty of the state to make adequate provision for the education
of all children residing within its borders. Adequate provision shall be'made by law for a


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sleeping rooms and directly associated private areas, such as bathrooms, living rooms,
and kitchen areas, if any, rented to guests for their exclusive transient occupancy in
public- lodging establishments including hotels, motels, resort condominiums,
transient apartments, transient lodging establishments, rooming houses, boarding
houses, resort dwellings, bed and breakfast inns, and the like; and designated by the
person or persons having management authority over such public lodging
establishment as rooms in which smoking may be permitted.
"Stand-alone bar" means any place of business devoted during any time of operation
predominantly or totally to serving alcoholic beverages, intoxicating beverages, or
intoxicating liquors, or any combination thereof, for consumption on the licensed
premises; in which the serving of food, if any, is merely incidental to the consumption
of any such beverage; and that is not located within, and does not share any common
entryway or common indoor area with, any other enclosed indoor workplace
including any business for which the sale of food or any other product or service is
more than an incidental source of gross revenue.
d.) Legislation In the next regular legislative session occurring after voter approval of
this amendment, the Florida Legislature shall adopt legislation to implement this
amendment in a manner consistent with Its broad purpose and stated terms, and having an'
effective date no later than July I of the year following voter approval. Such legislation
shall include, ittnbout lhmitation, civil penalties for violations of this section; provisions
for administrative enforcement; and the requirement and authorization of agency rules for
implementation and enforcement. Nothing herein shall oreclude the Legislature from
enacting any law constituting or allowing a more restrictive regulation of tobacco
smoking than is provided in this section.
NO. 7
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 4
(Legislative)

BALLOT TITLE: Exemption for Construction of Lis ing Quarters for Parents or
Grandparents

BALLOT SUMMARY: Proposes an amendment to the State Constitution to allow
counties to exempt from taxation an increase in the assessed value of homestead property
resulting from constructing lis img quarters for a parent or grandparent of the property
owner or the property owner's spouse who is 62 years old or older. Limits the amount of
such exemption to the increase in assessed value resulting from such construction or 20
percent of the total assessed value of the property as improved, whichever is less.

FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT:

ARTICLE VII
FINANCE AND TAXATION
SECTION 4. Taxation; assessments.--By general law regulations shall be prescribed
which shall secure a just valuation of all property for ad valorem taxation, provided:
(a) Agricultural land, land producing high water recharge to Florida's aquifers, or land
used exclusively for noncommercial non commercial recreational purposes may be
classified by general law and assessed solely on the basis of character or use.
(b) Pursuant to general law tangible personal property held for sale as stock in trade and
livestock may be valued for taxation at a specified percentage of its value, may be
classified for tax purposes, or may be exempted from taxation.
(c) All persons entitled to a homestead exemption under Section 6 of-this Article shall
have their homestead assessed at just value as of January 1 of the year following the
effective date of this amendment. This assessment shall change only as provided herein.
(l4-. Assessments subject to this provision shall be changed annually on January I" of
each year; but those changes in assessments shall not exceed the lower of the following:
.&aA Three percent (3%) of the assessment for the prior year.
b.(B4 The percent change in the Consumer Price Index for all urban consumers, U.S.
City Aserage, all tiems 1967= 100, or successor reports for the preceding calendar year as
initially reported by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
(2--.) No assessment shall exceed just value.
l3)- After any change of ownership, as provided by general law, homestead property
shall be assessed at just value as of January I of the following year. Thereafter, the :,
homestead shall be assessed as provided herein.
L4j4- New homestead property shall be assessed at just value as of January 1" of the
year following the establishment of the homestead. That assessment shall only change as
provided herein.
L5j-5- Changes, additions, reductions, or improvements to homestead property kihall be
assessed as provided for by general lawv; provided, however, after the adjustment for any
change. addition, reduction, or improvement, the property shall be assessed as provided
herein.
(6)6- In th'e'evem of a terminanon of homestead status, the property shall be assessed as
provided by general law.
(7j- The pros visions of this amendment are severable. If any of the provisions of this
amendment shall be held unconstitutinonal by any court of competent jurisdiction, the
decision of such court shall not affect or impair any remaining provisions of this
amendment.
(d) The legislature may, by general law, for assessment purposes and subject to the
provisions of this subsection, allow counties and municipalities to authorize by ordinance
that historic property may be assessed solely on the basis of character or use. Such
character or use assessment shall apply only to the jurisdiction adopting the ordinance.
The requirements for eligible properties must be specified by general.law.
(e) A county may, in the manner prescribed by general law, provide for a reduction in
the assessed \alue of homestead property to the extent of any increase in the assessed
vnlna of that nrnnerrm which results from the construction or reconstruction of the


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unifoef, efficient, safe, secure, and high quality system of free public schools that allows
students to obtain a high quality education and for the establishment, maintenance, and
operation of institutions of higher learning and other public education programs that the
ndethsof the people may require. To assure that children attending public schools obtain a
high Quality education, the legislature shall make adequate Drovision to ensure that, by


the-beginning of the 2010 school year, there are a sufficient number of classro
that:
I The maximum number of students who are assigned to each teacher who is te
in-ibublic school classrooms for prekindergarten through grade 3 does not exc
students
2: The maximum number of students who are assigned to each teacher who is te
in'public school classrooms for grades 4 through 8 does not exceed 22 students; an
3. The maximum number of students who are assigned to each teacher who is te
in'public school classrooms for grades 9 through 12 does not exceed 25 students.
The class size requirements of this subsection do not apply to extracurricular
Payment of the costs associated with reducing class size to meet these requirement
resfionsibility of the state and not of local school districts. Beginning with the 200
fiTcal year, the legislature shall provide sufficient funds to reduce the average nur
students in each classroomrri by at least two students per year until the maximum


of students per classroom does not exceed the requirements of this subsection.


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NO. 10
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.
S-. ARTICLE X, SECTION 19
(Ifiitiative)

BALLOT TITLE: Animal Cruelty Amendment: Limiting Cruel and Inhumane
Confinement of Pigs During Pregnancy
BALLOT SUMMARY: Inhumane treatment of animals is a concern of Florida citizens;
to present cruelty to animal; and as recommended by The Humane Society of the United
States,.no person shall confine a pig'during pregnancy in a cage, crate or other enclosure,
or tether a pregnant pig, on a farm.so that the pig is prevented from turning around freely,
. e'.cept for veterinar.' purposes and, during the prebirthing period;' provides definitions,
penalties, and an effective date.
FULL TEXT OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT:
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA THAT:
Article X, Section 19, Florida Constitution, :is hereby created to read as follows:
Limiting Cruel and Inhumane Confinement of Pigs During Pregnancy.
Inhumane treatment of animals',is a concern of Florida citizens. To prevent, cruelty to
certain animals-.and as. recommended by The Humane Society of the United States, the
people of he State of Florida hereby limit the cruel and inhumane 'confinement of pigs
during pregnancy as provided heremin.
(a) It shall be unla'. ful for an\ person to confine a pig during pregnancy in an enclosure,
o e tether :a pig during pregnancy, on a farm in such, a way that she is prevented from
turning around freely.
(b) This section shall not apply:
.. (.) when a pig is undergoing an exarntriarion, test, treatment or operation carried oit
for eterinarn purposes, pro% idedbthe pencd during which the animal-is' confined or
tethered is not jornger than reasonably necessary.
(2) .during the prebinhing penod.
(c) For purposes of this section: '
.I) "'enclosure" means any cage, crate or other enclosure in which apig is kept for all
"or, the majority of any day, including what is commonly described as the
T.". gestation crate." : .
(2) "farm" mean-. ihe land, buildings, suppo facilities, and other appirrenances used
in the producnrionr fa irrals for food'or fiber :
1i "person" means an;, ariral person. corporation and'or business entity.
4 44 'pig" means an\ animal of the porcine species
S(5) 'nrunme around freely means mruming around without ha,. ing to touch any side of
[ the pi's enclosure . .
1 6,i "prebtribing penod" means the seven'day penod prior to a pig's expected date of
. L gr'. ing birth .. .
(d) A person Iho .i-ilates this sectorn shall be guilt, of a misdemeanor'of the first
degree, punishable as pro. ide d in 771 i:'Si214iai), Flonda Starutes (199i, as..amended,
or bt., a line of n.:.t more thanri 5i:'i,. a: b:, both irrmpnsonmert and a fine,.unless and until.'
the legislature enacts more stringent penalnes for violations hereof. On and after the,
effef'i.e date of ihbi secnon. la'..' entorcement officers in the state are authorized-.to
enforce bhe pro. -sions of this sectionn in ihe same manner and authority as ifa violatiofi of:
t" .ti ecoiun consu.nired a tIc.anon of Section 28 13. Florida Statutes (1,999). The
confinement or [tebering of each pig sball constiruie a separateoffense. The knowledge
or acts' of agent. arid employees'of a person in regard to a pig owned, farmed or in the,
custody of a person, shall be held to bethe knowledge or act of such person.
(e)-It is the inient of ibi section that implementing legislation is not required for
: erif'rcirnt an. ila ori, hcreot .... .. .. :
fi if t an, portion, of tbis se' ti:n is held ;n alid for any reason, the remaining portionof
iti ;ecrt:n. to the btllest e..iert possible shall be severed from the void portion and
i.. erh fetullest po-.i:tbl:e force and application .. .... .
igi This ecioiin ;hall take effect si". 'ears afterapproval bythe electors.


SNO.11 ,
CONSTITUTIONAL A AMENDMENTT
.. ARTICLE IX, SECTION
.- nlniari.e)

BALLOT TITLE: Local Trustees and Statev.ide Go% eming Board to Manage Flonda's,
'University Sstem .
BALLOT SLiMMALkRI: A local board opftrustees shall administer each state university.
Each board shall have thirteen merribers dedicated to excellence in teaching, research,,
and service to community; A statewide governing board of seventeen members shall be
responsible for the coordinated and accountable .operation of the whole university system.
Wasteful duplication of facilities or programs is' to be avoided. Provides procedures for
selection and confirmation of board members, including one student and one faculty
representative per board. -
FUELL TEXT OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT
SuieUniiersirl, S,stem.- .
(a) Purpose. in order to achieve excellence through teaching students,, advancing
research and, providing public: service for the benefit ,of Florida's citizens, their
-communities and economies, the people hereby establish a system of governance for:the,
state university system of Florida.
(b) State University System. There shall be a single state university system comprised of
all public universities. A board of trustees shall administer each public university and a
i board6f goverorsshall govern the state university system.
S(c Local Boards of.Trustees. Each local constituent'university.shall be administered by a
board of trustees consitiiig cf thirteen n members dedicated to the purposes of the state
universe, -).stem. 5The board of govetnoirsshall establish the powers and duties of the,
.boads of trustees. Each board of trustees shall donsist of six citizen members 'appointed
byihe' g.:. emnor nd five. citizen members appointed by. the board of governors The.
appointed members shall be.confirmed bi the senate and serve staggered terms of five
years as provided by law. The. chair of the faculty senate, or the equivalent, and the
president of the student body of the university shall also be members.
(d). Statewide Board of Governors. The board of governors shall be a body corporate.
consisting of seventeen members. The board shall operate, regulate, control, and be fully
responsible for the management of the whole university system. .These responsibilities',
shallinclude, but not be. limited.to, defining.the distinctive mission of each constituent'.
university and its articulation with free public schools and community colleges, ensuring
the well-planned coordination and operation of the system, and avoiding wasteful
duplication of facilities' or programs. The board's management shall be subject to the
powers of the legislature to appropriate for the expenditure of funds, and the board shall
account for such expenditures as provided,by, law. The governor shall 'appoint to the
board fourteen citizens dedicated to, the purposes of the state university system, The.
appointed members shall be confirmed by the senate and serve staggered terms of seven
years as .provided by law.. The commissioner of education, the chair of the advisory
council of faculty senates, or the equivalent, and the president of the Florida student ,
association, or the equivalent, shall also be members of the board.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and
affixed the Great Seal of the State of
Florida at Tallahassee, The Capitol,
this 15' day of August, A.D., 2002.



,4.JIM SMITH
SECRETARY OF STATE


Sheriffs Beat


Charged with DUI
David (Mitch) Rich, Jr. was
arrested on September 14 after he
was found passed out behind the
wheel of his vehicle in the parking
lot of the Grandstand Bar. Deputy
Burkett observed the vehicle.
stopped sideways in .the parking
lot preventing other vehicles from
moving. Burkett tried several
times to wake the driver to no
avail. When he opened the door he
realized not only was the vehicle
running but also it was in gear.
Burkett reached Over anid put the
vehicle out of gear and turned off
the', engine ,before Rich could
awaken and take his foot off the
brake. Rich was charged with
DUI, open container and no seat
belt.
4-Wheeler Recovered, One'
Arrested
Orn September 19 Investigator
Tom Godwin recovered a stolen 4-
wheeler in Wewahitchka.' Godwin
learned the 4-wheeler .might be
hidden in the woods behind Moss
Creek apartments. He went to the
area and walked 'into where he
found Anthony Hysrnith riding a'
green 4-wheeler. Bushes had
scratched the paint enough for,
Godwin to see that it was
originally red. He learned that
Hysmith allegedly stole the 4-"'
wheeler and repaired it so that he
could ride. Godwin charged'
Hysmith with grand-theft. The 4-
wheeler has been returned to the
proper owners,. but not in the,
condition in which it was taken.
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Health Fair-Free
Screenings for
Seniors Oct. 11
The Bay, Franklin and Gulf
County Inter-Agency Council will
sponsor the 2002 Health Fair at
the Senior Citizens Center in Port
St. Joe on Friday, October 11
from 9:00 a.m. to' 1:00 p.m.
Booths and rooms will be set
up for screenings including blood
pressure checks, bone density
screenings, glucose or sugar
checks, height/weight checks.,
podiatnst exams of feet,, chol-
esterol checks, vision screenings


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by Mullis Eye Institute, hearing
screenings by Gulf Coast Hearing,
and stroke screenings by Health
South.
Also offered*will be consult-
ations regarding physical therapy,
chiropractic and respiratory
therapy, a medical equipment,
consultation by Lincare, a child
safety program by Gulf County
Health Department, a fire safety
information booth, and informa-
tion about Emergency Response
Units Guardians.
Also planned are booths
sponsored by Emerald Coast
Hospice, Big Bend Epilepsy
Foundation, arid Vital Alre Medi-
cal Equipment.
Seniors are urged to visit the
2002 Health Fair. All services and
screenings are free.

Computer
Instruction at the
Public Library
Need help using a computer,.
searching the Internet, learning
how to get an E-mail account?
Starting October 17, oni
Thursday at 1:00 p.m.; Susan
Godwin,,volunteer, will do a basic
one on one instruction at the Gulf
County Public Library, 110
Library Drive in Port Stt Joe. This
' is a free service, and will be by
reservation only. The class will
last,for approximately one hour.
;- You may call the library at 229-
8879 to reserve your place or to
get more information.
Say ou Sazw It In "e Star!


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Your Alternative Salon, one of the newest businesses on Reid Avenue, held official ribbon cutting cer-
emonies recently. Shown from left are Johanna White, Karen Lawrence, Rep. Bev Kilmer, Rick
Lamberson, Connie Lamberson, Haley York and Amber Eldridge.


Small Business


Gulf County ',Commu
College Small Business Deve
ment Center and Veter
Business Outreach Center'
offer courses designed to assis
the development of s
b businesses. .
SThe following classes will
offered: .
Steps to Starting a Si
Business will be offered
Thursday, October 3 at G(
Gulf Franklin Center, Room A:
from 9:00 a.m ,to noon,`
Thursday, October 10, at L
, Haven-Bay County Si
Business Incubator frorri,
p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The fee for
course is $15.. .
Business Plan Developm
Sports I and II, will be offered at<
Lynn Haven-Bay County S-
Business Incubator from 8:3
11:30 a.m. on Tuesday. Oct
and: Tuesday, October 29. Th
for this course is $30.
SBA Loan Packag
Seminar will be offered ,at
Lyrnn Haven-Bay County S5
Business Incubator fror' .8:3(
11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Octo
8. The fee for this course is $1
The IRS Tax Practitio
Seminar 'will be offered


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Panama City/SUE Conference eligible veteranss who qualify. F-.r
Center from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 more information contact GCCC
p.m. The fee for this course is Lifelong Learning at 872-3823.
$50.


Dixie Theatre
Presents The
Folk Revival


CCC The Dixie Theatre presents a
103, special two-part evening of folk-
and music Friday. October 4. The Folk
nTr). ? Revival (troubadours Judith Loain
mall from Nashville and Ken Sizemore
6:00, of Nashville, Panama City and St.
this George Island) return to the DLcie
Theatre for their annual October
folk music concert. The show:
ent, starts at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are
t the 1 $0.00.
mall, This year the first half of the,_
0 to concert %\ill be a celebration of
. folk music legend Woody
f lee Guthrie's 90th birthday.
Widely considered the most
ging influential American folk
the- musician of all time; Guthrie.
mall popularized folk music more so
0 t.. than any "other artist. itispinng
ober latter day musicians such as Rete
15. Seeger, Bob Dylan, as well! as
countless others.
ner The second half of the concert
on will be folk songs, primarily from
the '50's,.'60's 'and '70's folk era,
Sas well as traditional, well-loved
folk songs. ;The, Folk, Revival,
Judith Lo\in and Ken Sizemore,,,
have been singing, together for'
well over. twenty years and. are
well known' and respected in-
Nashville and throughout the
Southeast as folk troubadours.
S For more information contact-
the Dixie Theatre at 850-653-
3200, .


It's Just a Dollar!
Donate to the Transporta-
tion Disadvantaged Trust Fund
Hundreds of people in Gulf
County face a daily challenge due
to a physical or mental disabiity,.
age or income. They depend on:
the Community Transportation
Coordinator, Gulf County Trans-
portation, to gaii access to health
care, employment, shopping and
other activities.
The Gulf Ccunty Transportion
Disadvantaged Coordinating,
Board encourages you to make a
voluntary contribution of $1 to
C the Florida Commission' for the
Transportation Disadvantaged
Trust Fund the next time you
renew your vehicle registration.
By checking, the box .on- your,
renewal slip and donating S1, you
will make a 'difference in
someone's life and increase their
level of independence. The best
part of this program is' that the $1
stays right here in Gulf County.
This contribution will go a
long way to help sight-impaired
people get to their jobs, a dialysis
patient get to the clinic for
treatment or an elderly person to
get to the doctor.
There are those who are
,. getting started in a new job, but
can't get there because they have
no car. Won't you help give them a
ride today? Remember-it's just a
dollars
SIf you or someone you know
needs transportation help or
additional information about the
transportation services, contact
the Community Transportation
Coordinator at 229-6550.


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PUBLIC NOTICE

A Public Hearing will be held at the Board of County Commissioners
'(BOCC) meeting on Tuesday. October 8,,,2002 at 6:00 p.m. EST. The
public hearing will be held in, the BOCC Meeting Room at the Robert
M. Moore Administration Building, 1000 Cecil G. Costin Sr. Blvd.,
Port St. Joe, Florida. The public hearing will be to discuss and act on
the following:
Preliminary Plat Approval Lester Ridge Lester & Harrington -
Parcel ID #1508-050R -32.40 'acres in Section 2, Township 4 South,
Range 10 West, Gulf County, Florida a 18 unit subdivision subject
to all development regulations required by Gulf County.
Preliminary Plat Approval Las Palmas Sage Development,. LLC-
Parcel ID 45439-250R -2.58 acres in Section 27,,Township 7 South,
Range 11 West, Gulf County. Florinda a 6 unit subdivision subject to
'all development regulations required by Gulf County.
Applications may. be reviewed' at the Building and Planning
Department, Room 301, in the Robert M. Moore Administration
Building, 1000 Cecil G. Costin, Sr. Blvd., Port St Joe, FL.
The public is encouraged to attend and be heard on these matters;.,
Information' prior to the meeting can be viewed at the Planning and,'.
Building Department at 1000 Costin Blvd., Room 301.
JPANY AA o & -
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SAlumni To
Participate in
,PSJ Homecoming
All alumni and friends of Port
St. Joe High School are cordially
invited to attend Homecoming
2002 on Friday, September 27th.
The Homecoming parade will
. begin at 3:30 p.m. EDT and
includes floats, alumni from the
classes of '43, '53 nd '63, former
Homecoming Queens, Junior
Missest Student Government
' Association Presidents, and Mr.
and Miss. St. Joe Highs from the
classes of '73, '83, '93 and other


alumni superlatives, and this
year's court.
The Homecoming game will
begin at 7:30 p.m., with the
Sharks hosting Baker. During the
game, the classes previously
mentioned will be recognized and
you are asked to sit in the area
reserved for your class.

If you are a member of the
classes being recognized, and
have not received information on
the festivities planned for the
27th, please contact your class
volunteer: '43 Mary Belin, '53 Bill
Rich, '73 Carol Horton .or Jeri
Ashcraft,. '83 Kim Williams, '93
Kim Thomas.'


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2001 CHEVY CAVALIER 2002 OLDSMOBILE ALERO !A,/-. V
--..- a 2002 PONTIAC MONTANA
A T TA.. 2 0
$11,985* $12,985"
2002 OLDS INTRIGUE 2002 BUICK LESABRE $18,985.
LOADED -, 'ILLE -- 2002 FORD WINDSTAR
$13,985* $16,985* .'. .
2001 NISSA EXT$16,985*
2001 NISSAN EXTERRA Ihi.I:lll/.,iI: Il 2001 CHEVY VENTURE
""F L:"'L 4 wm'- 1992 SATURN -:=

$18,985* L"L I 4,: -
2002 PT CRUISER CLASSIC E 2001 CHEVY ASTRO VAN
L .2 T FE^1 OUT :T -. cLo il-

$18,985* $1159.32 DOOR $16,985' -'
2002 CADILLAC DEVILLE 2002 FORD F-150 SUPERCAB 2002 CHEVY SILVERADO EXT. CAB
WHITE LU *.. w w -'a, .:. .: L .
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$30,985*. $22 .95* !$22,985"

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S JAMESGROVER 850-674-3307 1-800-419-1801 DAVID E


The skyline of the paper mill (1)
evolves and dwindles with each
passing week as the demolition -
work continues on schedule.
Early last week crews (2) brought
S down a lime kiln, the remnants
of which gave the appearance of
Large guns on a battleship.
Shearers (3) sliced away the last
portions of the kiln, the toppling
of which created a hole to the
ocean as seen from the ,offices of
contractor; CCC Group. Signs of
the work are found throughout
the mill site, from a fallen evapo-
rator (4) to a radiation detector
(5) erected to check rail, cars
entering and leaving the site.
The afternoon train of steel scrap
heading out has become as regu-
lar as the whistle used to be.
Sometime next month crews are
S expected to implode the last
major structures on the site. a






NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON ABANDON-
MENT OF ALLEYWAY/ROADWAY
" 'C'TI,. I MLlH C 0 '.i [ Y- E )l I1, -; Bo r.J i 'U1-,:.:.un. "
n, C,-jniiil-;!,ri':r: ji I_ r.guJar m ieuri ':',:lLi r 6 ; "
:, F, p 1- E.T. will consider abandoning
.asy Interest by the County andthat ,i 'e public c in
andto the'following described prbperr.
Roadway (Marigold Street) and a portion of
Beaty Avenue at the end of Lilac Street to
the drainage ditch located In Section 11.
Township 7S. Range 10 West located
between Parcel #2901-000R and #2786-
000R. per the Official Records in Gulf
County, Florida.
This notice of abandonment was Initiated by the
Gulf County Commission at their regular meeting on
July 23. 2002. regular meeting, Notice of adoption of
the resolution abandoning the said alleyway/road-
way will be published one time in a newspaper of
general circulation in Gulf County. Florida and the
proof of publication of the notice of hearing, the res-
olution as adopted, and the proof of publication of
adoption of such resolution will be recorded in the
Public Records of Gulf County, Florida.
Board of County Commissioners
/s/ Carmen L. McLemore. Chairman
Attest: Douglas C. Birmingham. Clerk
Publish Septerilber 26. 2002.


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ask people to repeat whd they
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GULF CO. SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2,002
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AUCTION
every Fri. 7 p.m. ET in
ANTIQUE MALL
at Old Port Theatre.
Consignments Welcome!.
We Buy Estatest '
WADE CLARK AUCTIONS
314 Reid Avenue, PSJ,
229-9282
AB1239, AU1737, AU1743
.10% Buyer's Prem.
Real Estate, Estates
& Liquidations
Anchor Realty & Mortgage Co.


1990 Acura Integra. 2 door.
AT, AC, spoiler. Mint condi-
tion. Must Seel $3250. 960-
4464. ltc9/26

'1982 Kawaska KX 250. New'
piston, new rings &.bearings,.
totally rebuilt engine, runs-
great, $1,000 OBO. Call 647-
6133. Itp9/26

1995 Chevy Lumina, 4 door.
AT,- AC, V6, one owner.
Excellent condition. Low
miles. $3450. 960-4464. 1/26

1999 Explorer: Eddie Bauer
Sedition, fully loaded, leather
seats, suri roof. heated -seats.,
many extras, 95.000 miles.
$15,200 OBO. Call 647-
6133. : : ltp9.-26

1997 Ford Ranger Flareside.
Custom wheels, custom bed
cover, low miles, one owner, 5
speed. AC. S4450. 960-4464.
ltc9/26.

1991 Suzuki 650 Enduro.
/ runs & looks good. S1.000.
Call 850-647-1652 2tp9'26

1998 Chevy S10. 5 speed.
AC, low miles. New condition.
One owner. $4450. 960-
4464. ltc9,.26

SICar Audio For Sale, Amps,
Subs, CD changer and more.
Good' condition. Serious:
Jinquires. only. Please call
Jimmy at 850-899-7723.
3tp9/26

1995 Honda Accord EX. 4
.door. AC. AT. low rrmiles. one
owner, new condition. 86950
960-4464 ltc,9'26

The Bank. 401 Cecil G.
Costin Sr. Blvd. Port St. Joe.
FL (850)227-1416 will be
accepting bids from 09-17-
S2002 thru .10-10-2002 on the
following vehicle. 2000 Isuz-u
RODEO" LSE. leather.
mileage, 62,500. ;The Bank
reserves the right to reject
any and all bids. Vehicles are
sold as is no warranty.
Contact Hiram NL\ at
(850)227-1416 ext. 102.
Monday-Friday. 9:00 AM
EST-5-00 PM EST for further
info. 1tc9/26-

. 1992 Acura Integra. 2 door. 5
speed. AC, excellent condi-
tion.S3950. 960-4464. .:i:- v

2000 Kia Sephia. red, excel-
lent condition. asking $5,500
OBO. Call 229-67 70. 2tc9/26

1996 Chevy Blazer LS, 4
door, 80,000 miles., Loaded!
Excellent condition. 85950.
960-4464. ltc9.,'26

1986 Ford F-350 Crew Cab.
460 engine, tool box, 5th
T-heel hitch, gear splitter, low
:'mileage, great heavy duty
work, truck. $4.300. Call
850-647-2564. 2tp9/19







Do You Have Storage Needs
in Mexico Brach?
Anchor Can Sare Tou io,.. -
LONG TERM SHORT TERM
12x12 12W12
SS400.'t'Yru 9550,S Month
6x12 xL2
@ $300, Year a $35, -Month
800-458-7478 or 648.5146
Anurror rcation Vropertire


For Rent
1,r2 & 3 bedroom apts.
PINE RIDGE APTS.,
125 Venus Dr., Port St. Joe, FL 32456
(850) 227-7451:
"Ask about our move-in specials"
Central heat and air
On-site Management
Carpeting Laundry facilities

SVoice/TTY Acess
(352) 472-3952


1991 Ford F-150 4x4 XLT,
$3,500. Call 227-1670 or
229-1068. ltp9/26

1997 Pontiac Grand Am,-4
door, AT, AC, low miles.
Excellent condition. $3250.
960-4464. ltc9/26

1993 Mazda Miata convert-
ible. AC, CD. Excellent condi-
tion. $4200. 960-4464. 2s

1973 VW Camp mobile, looks
&. runs, great,. $4,300. Call,
.647-2564. 2tp9/19
1991 Mazda Miata Sports
Car, red & black, automatic,
a/c, new tires, labra, excel-
.lent condition. Call '648-
8312. '2tc9/i9
1995- Ford Ranger Ext. Cab,
5 speed, one-owner, $3,500.
Call 850-227-7669. 3tp9/19

1995 Dodge Caravan. Clean,
Dependable, AT, AC, excel-
lent condition. Must see!
$26050. 960-4464 Itc9, 26

1992 Olds Cutlas's Ciera,
new A/C, muffler brakes.
new united w adows. musc.
have receipts. 73,700 origi-
nal rrmiles. one owner. S5 500.
Call 850-227-9722. 4tc9.'19

2000 Nissanr Froner Truck,
5 speed, A/C, take over pa\ -
ments, approx. 6,900 owed.
Payments 8285 Call 850-
647-8658. 4tc9,'12







1989 OMC. Sea Drive 6 Lter.
120 horse, $1,250. Call 229-
246-5346 or 850-227-7669.
3tp9.-26

197) Fiberglass 15' boat;.
center console, 50 HP
Johnson, trolling motor.
depth finder, -railer, S1.700
or best reasonable offer. Call
648-6651 or 648-6758. 2tp9/26

19' Sea Ray, 1992 150 HP
Johnson,. trailer, ne w boat
forces sale, $3.400 1 offer.
Call 648-505.5. 2tp9/26,

Due t.. heaJUi. n ed to sell 23
ft. Sea Ray Boat wiith cabin.
Also comes w-th alurmnum
trailer., $8,000. Call 229-
1939 or can .be seen at 208
WhTutinrg Street Port St. Joe_
2tp9 / 19

1977 20 ft. Formula Thurider
Bird, Power Boat -& trailer
with 302 Boss I/O. :Good,
condition, needs minor work.'
$2.500 OBO..Call 648-3009.
4tc9,,' 12







Prorrinent locally owned &
operating tu-iness for sale.
Recession proof income great
on going business 8885.000.
Call for details. 850-229-
1929. tfc9 5







Quality Child Care, CPRi &
1st responder certified,
Monday-Friday. flexible
hours Please call 2227-7831
leave message. 2tp9.'26






Now Renting!
Tit.L ..- P't ridL Tr-:., h
L ,T.n ", i'. rn ,, ff.Ij, ti 0 re -uIr WLc h,.r
Electric Hand Tolls *.Many Other Items!
Bailey's Rent-All.
19872 i2 P .i w i l,:.i-uri ..., ,, f L
850-6"4-4256


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

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


MINI STORAGE
Oft 228 Reid Ave. Street, Port St. Joe, FL
229420oo Office
227-6343 Cell Phone
785-9777 After Hours


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


5X10 10X10 10x20
on Site Rentals 6 Days
A Week
ASK ABOUT FREE
MONTH'S RENT!


Furnished trailer at
Overstreet., Call 648-5306.
tfc9/26

2 & 3 BR, long-term rental-
units. Call Crystal Sands
Realty 648-4400. "tfc9/5

Efficiency-type apartment
in P.S.J., furnished, all util-
ities inc. Weekly, Monthly
rates. Call 639-3600. tfc9/5
Beautiful 2 bedroom, 1 bath
mobile home. Must seel Newo
paint inside and outside, new
floors with new carpet and
tile, custom drapes. Perfect
home. for you. $400 month
plus deposit. Toll Free 1-877-
874-800,1. Lfc9..'5

Apart./Homes' for Rent: .1 3
BR apart..-duplexes.hornies
for rent in NMex. Bel. Furn.'&
unfurnished. Call Parker
Realty at 85,60-648-5777 for
more uinfo. tfc9/5

In Wewa RV andr Mobile
Home lots, 8100 month
includes water & sewer. Call
639-5721. lltp7/,18

UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm house, stove
& refng. cen. h&a. screen
porch. carport & laundry rm.
* Large 2 bedroom apart-
mhent. stove & refng.. wash-
er/dryer hook-up.
* New -extra, 1g. 3 bdrm.
house, 1 1/2 ba., inside
laundry 'rm., ch&a, dish-
washer & stove. fully carpet-
ed. No pets.,
FURNISHED
* Small 2 bdrm. home, auto heat
& air, in.asher/dryer hook-up "
*- One bedroom apartment,
washed/ "dryer hookup. Call
229-6777 after 7 PM. tfc9/5 -


GINA THE CLOWN IS BACK
IN TOWN. Magic, Face
Painting & Balloons. Party-
Planning. Fun & Games. Call
227-6617. tfc9/5







Mexico Beach Unfurnished
Mobile Home, 3 bedroom, 2
bath, $500 a month, $500
deposit. Call 647-5942. ,0po/a=

Mexico Beach 2 bedroom,
1 bath home, 1/2 block to
dedicated beach, ,$600
month plus utilities. Call
Sally at 648-4649. 2tc9/26

2 bedroom trailer in
Highland View, partly fur-
nrushed. ideal for 2 or 3 peo-
ple. Call 227- 1260. tfc9/26

Mexico Beach 3 bedroom.
1 1/2 bath. I 1/2 blocks to
beach. Available 10..I1. S600
month plus deposit. Call
648-5055. 2tp9./26

.House at St. Joe Beach 3
bedroom. 1 bath across from
beach, no pets. prefer non
smoking S.i75 plus security.
Call 647-6260 leave mes-
sage. 2tp9.'26

2 bedroom. extra large
kitchen,'diring. large living
room. central heat,'AC. car-:
port and storage shed. Call
850-229-9766 or 229-8211
ask for Russ. dc9/ 19,

Rental Furrushed 2 bed-,
room. 2 bath with covered
boat dock on the canal in
lMekico Beach. New
Construction Available
October Ist. 8950 a month.
Contact Coldwell .Banker
Forgotten Coast Realty at
850-648-1010. tfc9/19

Commercial space with
parking in back. S600
month. 220 Reid Averrue.-
227-6665. au3,, utc9/19

Needed 2 or 3 bedroom, I or
2 bath at Beaches, unfur-
nished. 9500-$600. Call 227-
9100 or 227-4654 ask for
Cindy., '- 2tp9! 19

Vacation Rental 2 bed-
room. 1 1'2 bath. furnished
town house b3 St. Joseph
Bay Golf 'Course! $250' per
week or $600 per month..
Plus .utilities-. -Deposit'
required. Available now thru
November. Also available for-
long term rental Call 1-850-
-229-673' 2t,,9/19

2 bedroom, 1 bath home on
Oak Grove Ave.. Port St. Joe.,
Beauutiful wood interior. S400
month. 8300 security
deposit. Call 550-637-6560.
3tc9/' 12

For Lease. Canal front home
In Mexuco Beach 3 bedroom.
1 1,2 bath. dock with cov-
ered lift. Florida room.
screened porch. garage.
much more. 81,200 month.
103 35th Street. Mexico
Beach. Call 227- 1490. ii,:-?

Apartment for rent, 2 bed-
room. 1 bath. Call Kernny at
227-7241 or Phil 227-2112.
tfc9/5
A little doll house. 2 bed-
room, 1 bath mobile home.
New paint outside and inside,
new carpet, custom drapes.
Furnished. Move right in.
$350 plus deposit. Toll Free
at 1-577-874-8001. tfe9/5

Applications accepted for
Gulf View 3 bedroom. 2 bath,
heated pool, furnished/big
screened micro. etc., $1,100,
Call 612-719-9073. tfc9/5


Flea Market'
in the.old dollar store.
414-416 Reid Ave.
Open 9:00 Fri. & Sat.
Lots of different tables
come in-and browse.
Vendors Welcome.
to join in for the fun.
Call 227-1812
Antiques to Collectables.
4tc9/19







Gulf Coast Electric
Cooperative will be accept-
ing applications for two
vacant positions 'through
Friday, September 27,
2002 at Workforce Center
of Florida, Mariner Plaza,
625 Highway 231, Panama
City, Florida. The positions
are Right of Way
Equipment Operator and
Right of Way Helper.
Mirumrnum Job Spectficauons
for the right of Way
Equipment Operator are as
:follows: Require high school
graduate..'equivalent: mini-
mumr of two years e\-penerice
as a Ground Techrucian of
Right of Way Helper with-
experience with tractors,
power equipment. and par-
.ticularly Bucket Truck oper-
ation; knowledge of and
experience with all power
tools associated with clearing
right of way including master
rigging and take-down skills:
must have arid maintain a
D.O.T. certificate (C.D L.):
Required the successful pass
of Gulf Coast Electric
employment entrance exarm-
nation and .drug screen.
Required excellent interper-
sonal skills. :
Minimum Job Specifications
for the Right of Way Helper,
are as follows- Require high
school graduate/equivalent:
mecharucally adept: ability to
rapidly acquired a working
knowledge ,of right off way
, tools and equipment; must
have and maintain a D.O.T.
Certificate (C.D.L.). Required
the successful pass of Gulf
Coast Electric employment
entrance examination and
drug screen. Require excel-
lent interpersonal skills.
Itc9.26

Gulf Coast Community
College Adjunct Nursing
Faculty Fall semester post-
ton open to provide pediatric
clinicalinstruction to practi-
cal nursing students in an"'
acute care facility in Panama
City. Requires: AS degree
uWtlh at least one .year rei:ent
pediatnc clinical experience
and a. current FL-RN license.,
Position is .Open Until'
Filled.
Career Manager (Grant
Funded, Gulf/Franklin
Center) To ensure that eco-
nomically disadvantaged
paruclpant progress through
an agreed upon sen-ice strat-
egm leading to sell sufficien-
cy. Requires- Bachelor's
degree in counseling and
related field, valid FL Driver's
License. reliable transporta-
tion, computer.,' typing,'orga-
nizatlonal skills :. Salary
range: starts at 823.000.
Position is Open Until
Filled. For more details visit'
our, website: www.gc.cc.fl us
or Job Line: 850-6,73-3540.
.GCCC'is an EA/EO employ-
er. Minorities, and females
strongly encouraged to.
apply. ltc9,-26

Gulf Pines Hospital is seek-
ing someone to join our
Growing professional staff
as an Admissions Clerk. .
Hours are ,-Monday through
Friday from 7:00 a.m. until
3-30 p m. Salanr' w ll be com-
mensurate with level of expe-
rience. Please apply in per-
son' at the hospital's
Personnel Office 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. Monday through
'Friday. 2tc9/19


Piano Player
Wanted for
local church

Call 229-6133


LABOR ILFINDERS*

50 Workers
Needed Immediately!
Contact Labor
Finders
220 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
850-229-5441
41c9/26


Seeking Equipment
Operators & Truck Drivers.
Applicants must have valid
FL drivers license. Apply at
C.W. Roberts Contracting.
Inc., PO Box 188, Hosford,
FL 32334. 850-379-8116.,iro/5

WANTED: Full-Time
Groundskeeper for local
homeowner. Mowing, garden-
ing, .landscaping, irrigation,
general repair and mainte-
nance. All necessarily equip-
ment pror-ided Must be able
to work at least 40 hours per
v.eek Honesty. loyalty and
good moral character a must.
Good pay, flexible schedule
and great working environ-
merit. Send resume and ref-
erences to P.O. Box 280, Port
St. Joe, FL 32457. fc9 5

Toucan's in Mexico Beach
now 'hiring Experienced
Servers. Apply in person or
call 648-4301 ask for Paul.: :
tfc9/5'

All survey personnel' posi-
tions, salary dependwi on .
expenence 850-227-7322,
406 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe.
Suc9/5


Sunset Coastal Grill is now
taking applications for the
following positions: Line
Cook, -Dishwasher, Wait
Staff, Bus Person.
Applications may be picked
up at the Star and returned
at the restaurant between
300pm-6:00pm, Monday,
Wednesday & Friday or
mailed to P.O. Box 427, Port
St. Joe, FL 32457. tfc9/26

Housekeeping Aides
Knowledge of
, H,.useke.eping 'Lau'ndry Services,
Training FProvded
Excellent Benefit Package
Apply to:
iP.O. Box 1117
Port St. Joe, Fl 32457
..:. tfc9/19-

Attention
Cooks & DIetary Aides
joi.. accepting applications for
I-Cook arid I-Dietary Aide
Ornly 1I position will be filled
Et-pirience preferred.'
Training provided,
All shifts.
Excellent Benefit Package
Apply to P.O.,Box 1117
Port St. Joe, FI 32457
S' tfc9/19

Our business in growing!
Need additional sales per- ,
son in Gulf County. Call-
850-670-5595. tfc9/19

POSITION VACANCY WITH
THE GULF COUNTY
SCHOOLS 2002-2003
Teacher Aide (Temporary
Aide Position Through The
End of The ist Semester) -
Port St. Joe Middle School.
Application Deadline:
September 26. 2002, 12-00
NOON E.T Contact: Carolyn
Witten. 191 Nliddle School
Road Port St. Joe.' FL 32456.
850-227-3211. Job
Description: A copy of the
advertised job descnpuon is
available from the school,
office or the district office
building located at 150
Middle School Road in Port,.
St. Joe. uv-wvw.gulf.kl2.fl 'or
http- ,'prod.schooicruiser co,
m.'gcsb Qgualifications: A A
degree preferred. A fmger-
print 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 oppor-
tunity employer. 2tc9/19

Experienced floor tech.
Excellent benefit package..
Bay St. Joseph Care Center.
220 Ninth Street, Port St.
-Joe, Florida. tfc9/19

Help wanted for Carpenter -
Garry, Gaddis Construction,
648-5474. tfc9/12,

Small Engine/General
Mechanic. Salary plts bene-
fits. Apply In person at St.
Joe Rent-All. 706 1st Street,
Port St. Joe. tc9 5

Chef Sunset Coastal Grill -
Looking for hard working
personable chef. experi-
enced head cook for new:
dinner restaurant opera-
tion. This is your chance to
have an impact! Compeuuve
salarn arid benefits package
available. Mail resume 'and
references to P.O. Box 427,
Port St Joe. FL 32457 4tW9/12

Florentine Marble Baths in
Ft. Walton Beach Florida is
looking for experienced
marble personnel. Due to
increased business.
SCurrent positions available
are Plant set up & field ser-
vice installers. We require a
current Florida Drivers
License & a good drivers
record. Verification of your
driving record is a necessary
step in .the hiring process.
. Additionally we are looking to
expand our facility in the
* Port St. Joe area. If you are
interested in 6ur current
opening 'or future openings
pleases, contact us at 850-
664-0620. 4tc9/5

Now Hiring for Pest Control
Technician. Apply at 321 B.
Reid Ave., Port St. Joe. tres/5

Full time position available
installing irrigation & land-
scapes. Previous experi-
ence a plus! Coastal Design
&Landscape, Inc. 850-229-
8880. tfc9/5

ATTENTION DRIVER
TRAINEES- NO EXPERI-
ENCE NECESSARY! Werner
needs entry-level drivers.-
$700-$900 weekly plus bene-
fits for you and your family!!
This is a great career oppor-
tunityl For CDL Training call
1-877-214-3624. 4tc9/5

Part Time Cashier needed
for 1/2 day on weekends.
Call Rita at 229-8775. Cape
Trading Post. tfc9/5


SPA =SPA -SPA
4-5 person factory new. not
used, sacrifice $1,695. Call
850-648-2397. 8tp8/29 :'

Restaurant racks & 190 gall-
lon stainless steel edible oil' r
tank.' Complete with valves. -
Make offer. Call 647-2564.
2tc9/19


In Town! Just take over pay-
ments, 4 bedroom, 2 bath.
Bay. View land home pack-:.
age. 625-0311. Must Sell!,
tc9/26 -

New 2003 Model 28x80 .4"
bedroom, 2 bath,. $49,995-.
Home is custom built for you,
lots .of color 'choices. -.No
EXTRA COST. 1-888-324-
1514 D.C. Williams. ltc9/26

For Sale By Owner, 3 bed-'
room, 2 bath land home
package Highland Park area.
Possible 0 down. 625-0311.
Ez-Qualify. I tc,.26 .

NO MONEY? NO PROBLEM! I
can stiL get you in' a new -
home. Call D.C. Williams to .
find out how. 1-888-324-
114. .. ltc9/26,.
:New 28x80 4 bedroom 2
bath 8999 down payments as
low as *360 per month. Call
763-4266 Vance.: 1tc9'26,-:

CREDITBUiSTERS' I am a
financing .wiz and if I canrt -
get you financed for a home;,
it can't be done. It doesn't
hurt tor tLr and I'm willlg 'if
you are. 1-8.8-324- 1514 Toll '
Free or 763-4266, Local -
)D.C. Williams. ltc9/26

New 28xS0 Land home pack-
age, 4 bedroom,o 2 bath
Overstreet: area, Mexico
Beach, $999 down
Payments a loetw as 560 per -rt, 1
rrionth. Call 76.3-42661"'4- .v
Vance Ez-Qual y. ltc9/26

NO PATIENTS FOR :'6
MONTHS! Buy a new home '"-
now and vorry about paving -
for it later. Call Nowvr 1-A8 .
324-1514 D.C; Williams'
I ltc9/26.'i

New 24x48 3 bedrdorMit'2' '
bath, air. heat. professionally! 4
set up and seMviced, 10 year
twarranrty. 832.500. Call 522-", '
9300. tfc9/12 -

SINGLE PARENTS SPE-;
CIAL FINANCING., Easy -
Qualifying, Low down, Low '- -
Low Payments. Mr. Action'@
522-9303 days or 527-1463 -
nights. tfc9/12,

DOWN PAYMENT ASSIS-
TANCE Goy. loans with)lit-
tle; or nothing down on
mobile home, land -and'
improvements. 2-5 bed,'-
rooms.. Call 522-9300 or'
527-1463. tfc9/12
NEW 28X80 over 2000 'sq.i:,
ft. includes delivery & setip .
etc. loaded with all the bells
& whistles. $47,900. Call Mr.
Action @ .522-9303. tfc9/r2'

FIRST TIME BUYERS& -. As '
little as $500 down, two
years on job, no derog. cred-
it. Call Mr. Action @ 522-
9300 or 527-1463 nights.. v,
tfc9/A2, 1

EASY LAND HOME Low ;
rates low down. Call 522--
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PROPERTY OWNERS noth-"'
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Call 522-9300 or 527-1463. '
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At discount prices. No money
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522-9303 or 527-1463
nights & weekends. tfc9/12

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customers qualify for on new
double wide with land and
improvements. 522-9300 or
527-1463. tfc9/12;

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2 bath, assume payments.
Call 229-5275. 4tc9/5

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mouse, $500 OBO. Call 647--
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For Sale, 10 Palm Trees
behind Highland View
Church of God. Call 229-
6325 or-229-8764. ltp9/26

ALL EN E REPAI
Parts, Blades, Engines
Joble Barfield 639-3600
tfc9/19

Slot Machine, off cruise ship,
works great, $300. Call 850-
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Dining table & chairs. TV
console, charcoal gril. Call
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FREE Antique Piano. You'
move. Can be seen at St.,
Joseph's Bay Country Club,
700 Country Club Road,
between 8:30,am-5:00 pm.
2tc9/,19

Swivel,/rocker and ottoman,
$85; sewing machine in 3-
driawer desk cabinet. S95:
Collector plates, varnous.
prices: 45" roll-a-way bed.
S25; rens 10 speed bicycle.',
S25. Call 229-1190. 2tp9/19

Glass top table 42x75 and 6
parsons chairs, like new-
retail, $1,000 sale $250. Call
1-800-750-5288.,- tfc9, 5

Used. furniture for sale,.
Johnnie's Trim Shop. 310
4th St., PSJ tfc9'/5

Unfinished Furniture @
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Moving Sale,. Hwy. 386,
"Creekwood Estates, Sat.,
SOnly, Sept. 2S. .8:00-2:00:
Rain or Shine. 55 gallon
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7 ft. Bruns.ick pool table,
new, S400; lots of clothes,
25 & under; washer, $1'50. -
dryer, $50; windows, $16
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Moving Sale, St. Joe Beach
Storage Units, Unit #18 on
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Beautiful Bay Front Lot at
Treasure Bay. Gorgeous sun-
sets and fabulous palms.
Asking $205,000. Call 850-'
229-9766. or 229-8211 ask
for Russ, tff9/19

MEXICO BEACH
ST. JOE BEACH
Homes and Vacant Land Ask
for Joan Lovelace. Your
Beach Realtor. Mevico Beach
Harmon Realty. 648-5767
tfc9/5

78+/- acres on Overstreet
^ Road, excellent retirement
place near Dead uLakes,
Apalachicola/ River and 20
minutes to the Gulf of
Mexico. 12+/-.'acres Cypress
Swamp, 30 year old .pines
arid, natural Florida .vegeta-
jtion. Asking $4,000 an acre,
firm. *Call Charme at 229-
8461. 6tc9/19

Gulf Views Lot 50'x104', 3
level' hand crafted A frame,
new' 50. year roof, 4 bed-
rooms, 2 tiled baths, double
carport, $108,500. Near
many'-s job opportuniUes.
Mississippi Casino, New
Orleans type food, and large;
airports with cheap fares.
Call 1-228-467-1746!( 5tp9/19

Gulf Aire, 4 bedroom, 2 bath,
$795 month 'plus deposit.'
Call Pelican Walk Real Estate
at 850-648-4995. 2tc9/,19

Indian: Pass Beach House
For Sale By Owner, On 3
lots, 3 bedroofim, 3 bath &
outside. shower, 400 sq.ft.
porch ; on Gulf, new metal
roof. Call.owner at 229-6752.
3tp9/ 19'

BEACON HILL'S BEST BUY!
2 830.000 Lots. 2 bedroom
house with like new quality
appliances and large shed.
S82.500. S4,000 down, 30
year. mortgage. S500 a
month, available See at
19142, Sarfishb -now. 1-228-
467-1746. &tp9, 12

THE OLD HOUSE located
adjacent to the White City,
Florida Intercoastal boat
ramps. Has plenty of charm
and character. Once known
as the, Wimico Lodge.. It's 14
rooms are arranged bed-and-
breakfast fashion. Arched
'doorways. transoms, hard-
wood ceilings and walls per-
mit a glimpse into the past.
About an acre of land convey
with sale. Offered at
425.000. Coldwell Banker
Residential Real Estate, Inc.
Call Don Yarbrough at 850-
-648-4618, 850-769-8971,
800-868-0405. : sandyarb
@gtcomnnet,. 4tc9/5

MEXICO BEACH 3 :bed-
room. 2 full bath. huge.living
room with I I ft. ceilings,
Italian tile. newly renovated.,
2 1/2 blocks from beach.'
$139,000.00. Call 850-648-
9054. tfc9/5


Port St. Joe, "Must See" -
Great retirement/starter
home, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
CHA, big windows, walk in
closet master suite, ceramic
tile kitchen/baths, eat in
kitchen, new appliances, lots
of charm, move in condition.
Walking distance to down-
town and St. Joseph Bay.'
Cornei/alley lot. Great for
boat access. 710 Woodward
Ave., $95,000. Call 227-
7340. 4tc9/5

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Port St. Joe Home For Sale
Energy efficient 3 bedroom,
with master suite (or 4 bed-
room) 2 bath, den, dining,
kitchen, utility, large
screened porch, double
garage, 1.5,lots near schools,
fenced back yard with shade
trees. 2006 JuruperAve. Call
229-6936. 4tc9/5

MUST SELL: Roomy 2 bed-
room, 2 bath, 7245 Hwy. 71
in White City. CH/A, carport,
large utility room, qutside-,
storage building, fenced yard
.with above ground pool.
Extra large lot with plenty of
room for adding on. Now ask-
ing $78,000 negotiable. Call
827-2552 after 5:30 pm
Eastern or leave message.
tfc9/5

1.7 acres, 7' lots Ain
Wewahitchka. Shade trees;
near schools. Way below
appraisal. assume lot. Call
904-797-2823. .639-5215
message. tfc9/.5

HOUSE FOR SALE' BY
OWNER WEWAHITCHKA -
REDUCED 3 bedroom, 1
bath, central 'heat & air, ,
refrigerator, stove, dishwash-
er, laundry room, screened'
porch, 8x.16 storage shed,
quiet' neighborhood near
'town.' New carpet i& paint:.
'Owner financing, no points,
Snrio closing cost. Monthly pay-
ment only 8374. Sale price
S49.900. 82.900 down. Call
S850-227-3511. f'c9/5

Home For Sale By Owner 3
bedroom, 2 bath, walking
distance to beach. central
heat & air, breakfast bar.
appliances included, stone-
gas fire place, patio, privacy
fence, 2 1/2 car garage. 414
Arizona Drive. Mexico Beach.
$162.000 Call 648-5994.
tlc9/5

86999.999 will buy you ..a
beautiful 5 bedroom home on
the beach. The beach and the
beaunful blue-green waters
of the Gulf are visible from 4
of the 5 bedrooms in this 6
year old deadhead cypress
home. Call owner at 850-
648-5840, Mexico. Beach,
Florida to get a guided tour of
this beautiful home. *tfc9/5,

Mexico Beach'- 3 bedroom,
2 bath, 1 office, 1800 sq. ft.,
2 car garage 640 sq. ft. mas-
ter bath, ceramic tile floor &
shower, double marble
counter top, corner whirlpool
tub, double shower, 1 1/2
years old. ,3 blocks off Mexico
Beach. Split floor plan. 223
Kim Kove. Call 648-2061..w: .


BAT FRONT LOT FOR SALE

Beautiful bay front lot 100x780. 971 Cape San Blas
Road. Environmental survey done/pier permitted
and is transferrable. Some clearing has, bqen done.
A "Beautiful magnolia tree in center of lot.

S$225,000 850-229-9424
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF'
FLORIDA ,
PANAMA CITY DIVISION
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Plaintiff,
Svs.
3:02cv304/RV/MD ,
JEAN W. THOMPSON,
DANLEY FURNITURE COMPANY,. and
THOMAS FINANCIAL SERVICES.
INC.,
I Defendants. ,
ORDER FOR SERVICE OF PROCESS
BY PUBLICATION
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Title 26, United Statea Code, 5Ec:uon
1655. seeking an Order for Service of
FToces- ob' Pubbicatlo'n -a- t.) defendant"
Dr.VLE FLIPJilITuLP 'OMECr.PAV.ln an
acu n, r to fr-re,:Io:e ie lien of' a-mort-'
gage on real pr.:-per,ty located 'within
thir Ditnctrl:t aa .n lhir G"ull" County,
Florida. to wit:: '
Lot 18, Block '1022 of the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida.
Millnewa Aodlrun Lirilt "
according to Tme plain there-
of recorded in Gulf Count
Florida.
And It appearing to the Court,
that the ahereaboutL of said defendant
1i unKnown anoa tnal aid defendant
ha- not .oluniaril appeared nerein
and the Coun being ad..ed in ne
prem-nl-e. i[ I
ORDERED lhal deerndardt DAN.
LE'' FURJ'IJTuRE COMP.i'i appeu"
ana file a re.pn. .e pleading 1 ithe
complaint for loriWcoure of lien on
the at,,b-e described real tprorera .in
the ,lerl. LUnited Siatez, Dictrlr.it 'our
L, 5 Courthoute One iNorrn Falar.-
Street. PencilA3 FL 321501 on )r
before the 22nd da. of Ociobe. 2,'.'2
and In default uIereof Itrc ourt ,ill
proceedlo a hennre and adjudi-: arinr,
orf thi,. sui[ the a e a. I1" asad'deferi
cant had been personal served Tri
Order is to be published in a ne apa
per of general circulation ir. Gull'
Coun, Finrda. once ea-n .reel. lor -.
N1J con.ecuuti.e week: commerncing no
later than rvo Aeeki ar ter the date
hereof'
DONE and ORDERED mni: 92nd
da -.4 August. 2002
ROGcER ViNSON,
CHIEF UNITED STATES 'DIS-
TRICT JUDGE .
Publish August 29. September 5. 12;
19 and 26. and October 3 202 .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTlY FLOJRIOA'
Case No 02 .22DR
'D i r Dilor Circuit
Morris Winchell,: : i .
Petitioner
S and
Elaine Howell, .
S Respondent.'
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLU-
TION OP MARRIAGE
TO Elalne rio.ell
Respondent's last known address:
unknown
YOUL ARE NOTiFiED thaI ar a.:lor,
has been filed againzi you ard 1hal ,':,u T
are required to Eerve a cops o1" \our
written delen.es if any to it on Morn'1
E Winchell ahone addre- i-:; PO Bo%
S165. WeAahnchka FL 324-5 ,:on or
before Idalel October 11. '2002. and file
the original .ith the clerk of ins Coun
at 1000 Cosn Bhid., Port St Joe. FL'
32456. before service on Peritioner or
Immediately thereafter If you fall to
do. so, a default 'may be entered
against you' for the reUlef demanded
In the petition. :
Copies of all court documents in
this case. Including orders, are avall
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Court's office. You may review these
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of pleadings.,
Dated: September 12. 2002.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
'B, Ei .. usiire D.C..
Depury -lel.. .
Publish September 19 and 26. 2002
and O,:cobtr 3 and 10. 2002
IN THE CIRCUIT COi.iF T FOUR.
TEEIITH I JUDICLU. ,.IFCUL'T OF THE
STATE OF FL._ORIDA IN AND FOP
GULF COIl_)Ts1i
*CASE NO. 02-51-CP
IN PROBATE ,
in RE The E-'r ie i'
POBEPT L J.AiSEENr


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
The admirnirr, -i r.ri-.,i1 the eilare of
ROBEF.T L J.irC[' o,:eaec ed Fllt.
NJuibf, er -.C 5''f l: pen.din in r, 'le
Cl e-CUir l: u o fu r Oul '-.UI-l[, Fla.l.,i r
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demand agalnr,.l dec,:eonr : eltare or.
\..homr a op, of ir.i: noutce il en edI
.uhin lhrie mnrth_ alter the dale or
me firrn public aion ,:,I thi' noi,,:e mu;t
fnie ineir .:lalrm ii, thl; Coun VWITH-i
IN THE LATER OF THREE M,.Tl-iTHS
.AFTER THE DATE CIF THE FIRST PUB
LICATJION OF THIS i'-TiC':E OR THIP
'Y DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
'.1CE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON;
THEM.1
ill c-tLher credlror o" thr de-.:ecenl
anar per>.: oa.ing daiin i .r dernrdi
against Eri ae r.[ or" to e ei:- d eni mU-n
I'il their clalm untl, thi- Coriurt v.TH
iri THREE MrJTHS ATCR THE rATE
OF THE FIRST PLiBLICATi'jt 1-,F THiS
NOTI': E
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
'SO FILED WILL BE"- F,-'SREP\R'
BARRED
Tne arre or the frirr puul.-atioo off
r i-i Nonce is September 26 2002
1 S FISrELL ,CH'-'LZ
FisJH GiBEONJ S HOL-7Z F A
2'-,,, E JTH S-TREET
P C B, -%', 39
'PORT ST -JOE FL 32457
5u-;..'9-2 yi I
ATTORNEY FOR PETTrIONER
FL BAP NO i22-1339.
z ROBERT J .IAISEN
I 1 Fr-;cott Suneet
Mrelroo e r.L 'i27ir
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF
THE
ESTATE OjF R'OBEFT L .I. VliEt
Fubtli.h Sept 26 ana ,'-.: 3 2002
Ir THE CIRCUIT .:.:i.,F.T FI UR
TEErjTH- JUDIC:LAL CIP-:IT 'OF THE
STATE OF FLOFJDA. Irl ANND F-OR
SULF :OLiOrUMY
':.ASE NO' 02-53"-:P
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of..
EDiTH Wi-HITFiELD
dceased ..
/
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE.'
Toe admrririsrrai,-n of the etrae ,of
EC.ITHl \.HITFiELD. de,:eaed File
huAmber 0-'-53-CP i. pending Irn the,
Cir.:u L',oun ',r f ,' ulr C,:ounr, r'lo-ndh
Probal' El.iionLr, he addre-,; ol -hich
z .ul" County Courhoute 1OOO Ce-:il
C Coimin ,r Bli ,. Port S .1.,.e
Florlda 32456 The names and,
'addre-k ol i he personal representa-
tive and 'that personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate 6n


'h..-m a cop, ol Itl;i. nolice l :er,,d
lllnirn nrce' month aller th- dale .:-
tit.: firii pou ll: ati:-n oI 'mi noril:e Jmus
file their claims with this Court WITH-
IN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS'
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION:OF THIS, NOTICE OR THIR-
TY DAYS .rfTE, THE DPTE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF-THIS NOTICE ON
THEM. : ,I 1 '
All other creditors of the decedent
and persons having claim_ .- em.r-an3
against thie Ciatie of the decedent must
file their claims ltn this Court WITH-
II THREE 1MOrNTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FiPST PuBLIC,:.TlON i:'F THIS
NOTICE .
ALL CL MS AVD DEMANDS nrOT
s-) FILED %%ILL BE FORE\EF
Tne date f, ihe l'rri public alic.n f
itril liolice i: SepleTber 2 2.2 ') .
e/ 1LLtI..1 J FlJH
FJSH GiB: SH''LZ, P.A.
2f:,'! F 4TH STREET '
FPO. BOX39,. -' .
F-'-,RT ST J,-E FL 32457
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PER.6,NAL FEPRjfsErr
Fuli:, S-ptl 26 and "0)
If THE FOURIiTEE[rr
,:IF.:ljrT r''F FLORIDA
'GULF COUNT
IN RE: The Estate of
f JESSE FOY CbVINGTO
Deceased.
Probate Division

NOTICE OF ADMINI
The adiriInrtraTlln of
I JESSE FOY COVI
dei:,a-;ed : -aie No 02 -
1- thIe- ir.:uit C--urn lor
Fih-nd3 PFoble 'i loIO
of wnici iI_ Gulf :coun
Port St Joe flr,:ina 32
and address of 1
Representative 'and
Representative's attorney
below.
ALL INTERESTED PE
fJ'OTiFIED TH-AT
All persons on whom
'-erned aro ac object
Sler-ne the quai'i:ation.
Representative, venue;'
tion of this Court or clali
rin the estate, are requi
objections with this Cou
LATTER OF THREE MC
THE DATE OF THE FIF
TION OF THIS NOTICE
DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF A. COPY OF THIS
THEM.
'All creditors of the dece
persons having claims
against decedent s esta
copy of ihli notice is
three monlhz alter The d
puDli-: oaion oi thls noi
their 'clairims ''.'1 this.
'THE LATTER ,'-F THI
AFTER THE DATE OF T
LOCATION OF THIS NOT
TY DAYS AFTER THE D
VICE OF A COPY OF TH
'THEM..
All other creditors of the
persons having claims
against the decedent's e
their claims with the
THREE MONTHS AFTER
OF THE FIRST PUBLIC
NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS, D
OBJECTIONS NOT SO F
FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the, first pub
Notice is September 26,
Attorney for Personal Re
DAVID C. GASKIN
P.O. Box 185
Wewahitchka, Florida 32
Personal Representative
SALLY ANN COVINGTOI
3291 County Road 69
Newvllle. Alabama 3635
Publish Sept. 26. Oct. 3,
NOTICE TO RECEIVE O
BID NO. 0102
The Gulf County Boa
Commissioners will
from any person, comp


ration interested in providing the GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
following: By:/3/Carmen L McLemore
Gulf County Park Chairman
Signage Attes.ts../Douglas C Birmingham,
Clerk
Specifications can be, obtained at PublishSept.26andOct.3,2002
the Gaf Coun r Clerk sOffice. 1000 p
Cecil G. Costin, Sr Blvd Room
148. Port St. Joe. Florida 32456 B&ATOWING
(850) 2296112 4560 County Road 386
Please indicate on the envelope -Poi5 6'7I_-',L r?2"'
,VOUR COMPANY NAME. that this is a. ..
-SEALED BIP,. and include the BID NOTICE OF AUCTION
MBSER;. ., B&A Togwing ni'l b ellinc the.
Bids will be received until Thursday. following, vehicle or the -lir, aoi of
September 26. at 5 00 p m. ET at the October, 2002 at 9:00 A.M. eastern
Office of the Clerk of Court. 1000 .tar,-Jn..r u., 1 TI, -:al.,, Iil be r..ela ar
Cecil G. Cosun Sr.. Boulevard. Room J-"':iI '. : tj.:er-ueer'l F-n St
118. Port St Joe. FL 32456. and the j.l:. FL -a Iler, u erc -ire .riAhl h
bids will be opened at this location re-u, a-,., a.rd, alltbi-:
on Friday. September 27. 2002 at ear '
10.00 a.m. ET. Make
The Board reserves the right to JG2NE5539RC711302 1993
reject any and all bids. Pontiac
BOARD OF COUNTY -
COMMISSIONERS Futllil-, Smep.-r..Lr26. 2002
By:/s/CarmenL. McLemnore,
Chairman PUBLIC NOTICE
Attest-/s/Douglas C. Birmingham. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat
Clerk ': rr, ',r,, -"-,,T'r,, --,:.n f the i.' r, a Pcr r
Publish-September.26, 2002.. -.. it .,.:: Fi:n a *r..,',,;u .:-. *41 ,el e1
,s, A y r F.T. j.r.
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS Il '-.....r,r :. :r.rF,Lcri F.:,nr r .J:.e
BID NO. 0102-42 Floii a .*ill' ,:.:..'l,, :.r rir.l a .d prlorL
; I [ rr, -r~ir,.- n [~c


:t 3 J0,2. The Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners will receive bIds
H JUEIC [lL from any person,, company or corpo-
I\l Ail Fr'iR ration. interested in providing the
,following:
New 2002 or newer vehi-
N JR.,.. cle Tourist
Development Council
Specifications can be obtained at
Case No. 02- the Gull County Clerk's Office. 1000
Cecil G. Costin, Sr.. Blvd.. Room
ISTRATION 148, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
the Ertate of (8501 229 6112. .
i GTON, JR. Please Indicate on the. envelope'
Srus pending ) OUR COMP.4NY NA.ME, that this is a
.he dIrei SEALED BID, and include the BID
1, Courthouse. .NUMBER. .
456 The*name Bids will be received until Thursday..
the Personal September 26. at 5.00 p.m ET at the
the PerSonal Office of the Clerk of Court, 1000
ey Is set forth, Cecil G. Costin Sr., Boulevard, Room'
148, Port St Joe. FL 32456. and the
ERSONS ARE bids will be opened at this location
s on Friday. September 27. 2002 at:/
this notice is 10:00 a.m. ET.
ions that chal- The Board reserves the right to
c.fthe Personal reject any and all bids
or the Jurlsdic- BOARD OF COUNTY
ms any Interest COMMISSIONERS
red to file their By:/s/Caxmen'L. McLemore,
rt WITHIN THE chairman .
ONTHS AFTER Attest:/s/Douglas C. Birmingham,
RST PUBLICA- Clerk
E OR NINETY Publish September 26, 2002
E OF SERVICE
3 NOTICE ON NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED PRO-
POSALS.
dent and other BID NO. 0102-43
s or demands
te h .whom. a The Gulf County Board of County
served, within Commissioners will receive bids
late of the first from any person, company or corpo-
tice, must file ration interested in.'providing the
Court :WITHIN following:
REE MONTHS.
HE FIRST PUB- Production of Media Kits
ICE OR NINE- on CD
)ATE OF SER- 'Specifications can be obtained at
IS NOTICE ON the Gulf County Clerk's Office, 1000
/ Cecil G. Costin, Sr., Blvd., Room
e decedent and 148, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
s or demands (850) 229-6113.
state mift file Please indicate on the envelope
court WITHIN YOUR COMPANY NAME, that this is a
:R THE DATE SEALED BID, and include the BID
ITION OF THIS NUMBER.
DEMANDS AND
FILED WILL BE Bids will be received until Thursday,
October 10, 2002 at 5:00 p.m. ET at
bllcation of this the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
2002 Court; 1000 Cecil G. Costin Sr.,
representative: Boulevard, Room 148, Port St. Joe
FL 32456, and the bids will be
,opened at this location on Friday,
2465 October'11 2002 at 10002 am. ET.
The Board reserves the right to
,N reject any And all bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY
S COMMISSIONERS


10 & 17, 2002
SEALED BIDS
2-41
rd of County
receive bids
pany or corpo-


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C. R. SMITH


& SON, INC.

Office:. 850-229-6018
Fax: 850-229-8976

Port-o-let Rentals
VDaily k
V Weekly O
V Monthly i

Your .
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titles:
ORDINANCE NO. 293
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY OF PORT ST JOE.
FLORIDA AMENDING ORDI
NANCE NO 228. PROVIDING
FOR GENERAL DEVELOP-
MENT REQUIREMENTS,.
PROVIDING FOR THE 'SITE
DEVELOPMENT ., STAN-
DARDS. PROVIDING FOR
PROHIBITED USES, PRO-
VIDING FOR REQUIRED
S SUBMITTALS, REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES OR
PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT HEREWITH,
PROVIDING FOR SEVER-
ABILITY AND PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 294
AN ORDINANCE OF THE'
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
FLORIDA AMENDING ORDI-
NANCE NO. 228, PROVIDING
DEFINITIONS, PROVIDING
FOR USES WITHIN THE
COMMERCIAL ZONE, PRO-
VIDING FOR RE-DESIGNA-
TION OF CERTAIN PROPER-
TY FROM INDUSTRIAL TO
COMMERCIAL ZONES,
REPEALING ALL ORDI-
NANCES OR PARTS OF
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT
HEREWITH, PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 295
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY OF PORT. ST. JOE,
FLORIDA AMENDING ORDI-
NANCE NO. 263, ADOPTED
MARCH 21, 2000. PROVID-
ING FOR A NEW SCHEDULE
OF CAPITAL IMPROVE-
MENTS, DELETING PREVI-
OUSLY ADOPTED SCHED-
UL- OF CAPITAL IMPROVE-
MENTS; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES OR PARTS OF,
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT
HEREWITH; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE.
All interested pnlies aire Invited to-
attend and be hear Copies of said
Ordinances are on. tile at 'the ottice.ol
inre -ir',) 'Crik an ma, be in-pcclred o>
the pubibh.: urging normiTal working
hours. .
'CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
BY: Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST: City Clerk ,
Publish September 26. 2002


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