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Old St. Joseph
Cemetery One of Few
Remains of City
Info of History on Page 1B
Photos, Reap Report on Page 8A
Gowan Gains National
See Sports on Page 9A
Pictorial, Details on Page 6A
St. Joe Finishes Second
In Dixie Boys Tourney
Stats, Photo on Page 10A
Page 7 & 8B
The Mexico Beach Police
Department would like to remind
everyone that the speed limit on
U.S Highway 98 has once again
been reduced to 35 m.p.h. This is
to ensure tha the citizens and
visitors of Me co Beach are able
to travel safely to and from the
Please remember to observe
the speed limit, always buckle
your seatbelts and ensure that
your children are properly
restrained In federally appi-oved'
St. Joe Timberland to Develop Canal Bank
To Expand Pulpwood Business by Water As Far Away As
oe o eue rnpotto
St. Joe Timberland Company
(Woodlands Division of the St. Joe
Company) is making plans to
maximize the company's wood
marketing potential in the area by
constructing a barge docking
facility along the Gulf County
Canal, between the Dynamite
Dock and the mouth of the canal'.
Clay Smallwood, Vice
President of St. Joe Timberland
Company, said they are currently
applying for the necessary per-
_m.'t and....see. ktng .a-smaI.'.. eale
map amendment to Gulf County's
Comprehensive Plan before con-
struction can get underway.
The project will consist of
approximately 400 feet of
bulkhead or barge tie down
areas and loading dock. An
existing access road will also
be graded and lime rock
added to stabilize the
, .. ..Smaja said the company
hoped to reduce transportation
costs by shipping via barge, thus
opening up market areas to the
west along the Intracoastal
Waterway and the connected
He mentioned the western
end of. Florida. as well as
Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana.
and even Tennessee as some of
the possible market areas that
might open up.
If all goes smoothly, the
uARINA PARCEL BUSINESS DEVELOFENI PARCEL "
8' WADE 61 S.1LONG
State of Tennessee
barge dock should be in oper-
ation by the end of this year.
Current plans call for pulp-
wood to be the major item
barged from the site, but mar-
ket demand could include
wood chips in the future.
*St. Joe hopes this venture
will help stimulate port activity in
the area and that they (St. Joe)
can possibly be of some future
assistance to other ventures in
the area," he added.
n i L 's \
S VACANT LOT
Near Break Even
Poin Last Year
Port S.Jioe city commission-
ers heard : ne good news con-
cerning th city's garbage collec-
tion servi during a workshop,
session hej Just prior to their
regular meeting Tuesday evening.
Public. Works Superintendent
Frank HeaJY reviewed garbage col-
lection re lpts and expenses.
showing co mmissioners the com-
bination effort of recycling and
conventional disbursement of
garbage was working very well in
the city. .
It cost 8418,237 to collect
and dispose of Port St. Joe's
garbage over the last year of ser-
vice, while 8407,906 was collect-
ed from residential and commer-
"We missed breaking even in
garbage collection by S10.331."
Healy told the board.
This was good news to city
commissioners. They have kept a
watchful eye on garbage collection
over the past year as they consid-
ered the feasibility of the city
remaining in the collection busi-
ness or contracting the service
Healy pointed out to board
members that a survey of similar
commupities'- offering' .the .same
twice per week pick-up as Port St.
Joe indicates the city is approxi-
mately 83 per month under the
average residential pick-up fee of
Commercial rates are another
matter though. Healy said the
same survey indicates the city's
commercial collection rates are
way too low.
Commercial users are
responsible for one-half of the
city's garbage yet pay only one-
third of the bill, Healy told them.
Commissioners and Healy
seemed to agree thiat some
increase to commercial users
would be in line for future consid-
Healy pointed out that the
city's new composting facility
alone should 'get the budget to an
even or better status. More. than
40 tons of garbage have been
pulled for composting thus far
and the project is working real
well, he added.
(See GOOD NEWS on Page 3)
ST. JOE MARINA
OUT-PARCEL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
IREBLE-R INC ) O.SULiNO E N
IA-C ~iIA ~ HEX.%I 'I EDO in.AJ m _
Plans Drawn, Tentatively to Develop East End of Marina Site
Would Be Turned Into Commercial Development to Take Advantage of People Traffic in Area
City commissioners are mov-
ing forward to the next step of
developing the 28 acres of marina
site property. The marina con-
struction is just barely underway,
yet it's already creating interest
from potential investors.
A workshop was held last
week to review the property and
begin planning for future develop-
Fatal Accident Near Mexico Beach
On Sunday, June 15, at 3:00
a.m., CST, Scott Ray Cushman's
vehicle collided with a vehicle be-
ing driven by Livern Hanna Ayers
on SR 30, about 2.3 miles west of
Mexico 'Beach, -resulting in the
death of the passenger in the
front of Cushman's car.
Both vehicles were west-
bound on SR 30 when the acci-
dent occurred. Nineteen year old
Cushman, of Evans, Georgia, was
driving a 1990 utility Jeep at a
high rate of speed when his vehi-
cle struck th4 left rear end of the
1990 Chevrolet station wagon
driven by Ayers, 90, with the
right front end of his vehicle. The
Jeep overturned and came to rest
on its top.
Both of the cars were to-
talled. Cushman and Ayers sus-
tained only minor injuries, but
his passenger, Brandi Lynn Mat-
ney, 17, of Martinez, Georgia, was
pronounced deceased at the
According to a press release
from the Florida Highway Patrol,
alcohol and/or drugs did play a
part in the accident, and seat-
belts were not in use.
Bill Kennedy, of Preble-Rish.
Inc., Consulting Engineers, pro-
vided commissioners with a con-
cept of how the property might be
developed for commercial use, as
well as tied into the existing
Both he and City Attorney
Billy Joe Rish said several inter-
ested parties have expressed
some desires to develop portions
of the property. One of the devel-
opments mentioned was the pos-
sibility of a motel being built on
Rish said he had been
approached by a developer who
expressed serious interest in that
The board will also be finaliz-
ing plans to offer out for bids a
contract for leasing or managing
the marina once it's constructed.
All other property for develop-
ment at the site will also go out for
public bid under an extended
lease agreement. Rish is working
up suggested minimum base bids
for out-parcel development plans
for the board's consideration.
Planning to Run for County Office?
Attention all Gulf County res-
idents who wish to run for a
county office for the fall elections!
If you plan to run by the petition
method, you must file your loyal-
tv oath and pick uo petition cards
by Friday, June 19.
Signed petition cards must be
in the supervisor of elections of-
fice by June 22 at 12:00 noon,,
EST. Qualifying will begin on July
13 at noon and will end on July
17 at noon.
The Florida Legislature has
made significant changes to the
election laws. One of these chang-
es is time for the opening and
closing of the polls in Gulf
County. On election day, all
polls will open at 7:00 a.m. and
close at 7:00 p.m., EST.
'I would like for every voter to
be aware that in 1998, we must
produce picture I.D. when we go
to vote," said Cora Sue Robinson,
Supervisor of Elections. 'The vot-
er must produce a Florida driver's
license, Florida identification
card, or another form of picture
"There are other changes,
made by the legislature, which
will be published next week."
Frank Healy, 70, tendered
his resignation last week as the
city's public works supervisor,
after nearly eight years' em-
ployment. Healy said, "There's
some good people in Port St.
Joe and I have enjoyed my
time here immensely."
Healy has accepted the po-
sition of City Manager for the
City of Mexico Beach.
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, JU E 18 1998
A Need to Know
A JOINT EFFORT TO make sewer collection and treatment
service available to the outlying sections of south Gulf County is
being undertaken as a cooperative effort of both the city and
The advent of sewage collection service, which would be a
welcome service, would also enhance the sale of lots in and
around the beach communities. We just think there has been a
building boom in these areas in the past. With the provision of a
central sewage service, it would really begin to boom. With the
advent of sewage collection, more living units could be sold and
built on more densely populated property. About twice the
present density could reasonably be expected in areas where
building already exists.
.SEWAGE COLLECTION AND TREATMENT is the key to.
density numbers everywhere. Instead of two living units per acre
along the waterfront, the density could feasibly be four units per
acre. It would even mean there could be motels built on the wa-
terfront without the danger of pollution.
Of course, there is a segment of the present population
which does not wish to see more living units allowed per acre,
but they would have no reasons for denying the practice other
An article in The Star last week pointed out the pending fight
over allowing enough space to build in desirable places, such as
near the water. Squeezing more houses in each acre would solve
that problem for the time being, at least.
PUBLIC HEARINGS ARE needed before officials go any far-
ther, and some idea of how much the homeowner will be expect-
, ed to pay for the service will need be arrived at and sold to the
An example of personal cost can be arrived at by looking at
the position of Mexico Beach. That community has approved a
sewer system to be installed with the knowledge that their indi-
vidual sewer bills will run about a projected $38.00 per month,
building in a more dense situation, but piping the effluent a
The two sewage collection systems are nearly alike, so we
should come to a realistic cost figure comparatively easy. Above
all, this information needs to be given the people at the very first
Sewage collection and treatment is an expensive process,
any way you look at it. The people who are to be affected by any
installation of a system need to know this and a ball-park esti-
mate of what will be expected of them, up front.
IN ANOTHER LOCATION IN this week's issue of The Star
there is a story about the old cemetery, which served the first
settlement of this location more than 160 years ago. It is fitting
that this cemetery played a major role in the demise of old St.
Joseph those 160 years ago. The advent of the sailing freighter
ringjpg ,crwmembe3;s. here, whop ,ve.re. de.a.. an.d ..dying from
high_ c6iiiageiusyeSllow6 f fevrspllc[d the begrinlhg ofthet-death
knell for what was described as the "New Orleans of the Gulf
Coast". Indeed, it was a rival of old New Orleans in its early
I., With the coming of statehood, old St. Joseph, with its seago-
ing commerce was in an enviable position prior to the coming of
the fever. But, with its coming, the people began to die like flies.
IT HAS BEEN WIDELY believed that the people died at such
a rate that they were buried in trenches outside the old burying
grounds. This was believed so strongly that an archaeology class
from FSU did a 'dig' at the old cemetery, under the direction of
Dr. Hale G. Smith In the mid-60s in an effort to locate these
The old cemetery is the source of many stories, with no proof
having been' discovered as to their veracity: It makes for interest-
ing reading,. though. and many strange tales. It is located on
some of the highest ground around Port St. Joe, or old St. Jo-
seph. It has been utilized as a cemetery, of sorts, ever since,
with many marked and unmarked graves all through the woods
in the vicinity of the graveyard.
The history and folklore of the old cemetery goes right along
with the interesting history of the rise and fall of Port St. Joe.
There's no official records of the old cemetery, but the lore which
goes with the graveyard is probably more interesting than fact.
They tore down my old ele-
mentary school I'm still in shock!
There's a semi-immaculate mani-
cured lawn where I first learned
my A B C's.. .:. where I was intro-
duced to group study learned
Hunker Down With Kes
clay modeling . had my first
polio shot . .
Something about this whole
deal seems a little un-American to
me! Your elementary school ought
to be a shrine of some kind. is
nothing sacred? What kind of
idiots are in charge of things like
this? They just rolled in with the.,
. bulldozers and commenced to lev-
eling didn't even have the cour- r
tesy to check with me .
I would have liked to have had
a brick or an eraser or one of those
cursive "letters" from Miss Belle's
Now, I know what you're
thinking. What a shame to do
away with the building that
housed the foundation of my for-
mal education. How sad to uncere-
moniously destroy that symbol of
knowledge ,which whetted my
appetite for all learning to follow.
That I look back fondly at Miss
Carolyn;, Miss Booth, Miss
Dinwiddie and .others that shaped
me, molded me and headed me:
by Kesley Colbert
W%.v qur .--.P- -. ...-
"She'll Buy Anything As
I STARTED TO TELL you
about m.y cruise to the Bahama
,Islands. last week. and didn't get
it all in. nor did I tell you about
all who went. You see, I didn't go
alone, ,nor with just my wife.
There were about 30 of us who
'went. It's more fun going with
someone than going by yourself.
There was Jimmy and Janice
.Cox, John and Linda Wright, Car-
ol and David Horton, Eugene anid
Margie Raffileld, Rick and Debra,
Anderson. Arthur and Cathy
Mott, Scott and Sharon Hoffman
-Johnny 'arid Sonya Uriton and,;
collectively; some of their chil-',
:,dren. Jimmy and" Janice amnd
Johnny and Sonjia were the only
,ones anywhere near our age, but
nwe tagged .along anyhow, and
'managed to 'have'just as' much
,.:,fun as anybody. '
Only one activity failed to at-
tract us, and that was the beach
activitiese, including snorkeling
':and parasailing. We didn't feel
';like we missed anything by fore-
'going these activities... especial-
ly the parasailng .
. by Wesley Ramsey
JIMMY AND JANICE Cox
made the trip Interesting, by tak-
ing part in the newly-wed game.
When the ship's activities di-
rector called for volunteers from
out of the audience, Janice
grabbed Jimmy's hand and made
a bee-line for the stage. It's ironic
that we took the "Bee-Line Ex-
pressway" from Orlando,I straight
to the ship's dock, to get there.
I won't tell you what Jimmy's
answers to the hostess' questions
were, but suffice it to say that
they were the hit of the show! Old
Jimmy may have been married
for 31: years, but he has a
goooooood memory! ,
He arid Janice won a b
champagne and gave it a'
part of a tip to his cabin s
before we left the boat.
his commanding officer,
Miller along on the trip.
know what he had done
and was trying to make a
We were warned
bringing too. much duty-fre
chandise back with us. Th
warning was issued for b
back exotic plants' or seed
out f .this bunch, one coi
Lontg As S
\ .pect all of them to abide strictly
by the law.
No No breaking of the 'rules,
U here! '
Eugene failed to fill out a
shipboard- credit card, to pay for
S anything he happened to buy on
board ship, You could just show
the credit card and not have to
bother with cash. Eugene said he
had rather pay cash for what he
'bought, which turned, out to be
ottle of very little.
way as I thought he was failing to,
steward buy a credit card so as not to
leave a paper trail of his purchas-
es. Eugene said it was merely to
keep his wife from going over-
Invited board with the buying.
I doit 'You know Margle," he said.
wrohn "She'll buy anything as long as
amends she can charge it!"
It wasn't Margie I saw buying
affi arniloads of souvenirs
NOBODY. WENT, overboard
with their purchases. I could
have purchased any wristwatch I
wanted for $69.95, but 'I already
i Can Charge It!"
had a' wristwatch that worked.
The peddlers tried' to sweeten the
deal by telling me they originally
sold for as much as $30'0.00
They tried' to make it 'look as
if I was getting a deal I couldn't
Nothing sold for full price!
There was a bargaining window
on everything. :The Bahamians
love to dicker, like they were -all
born car salesmen. ,
For instance, T-shirts sold [or
we're priced] at 3 for $12.00. They'
all sold for $2.00 and up, each.
Linda Wright purchased a purse,
which was priced at $15.00, for
the negotiated price of $3.00.
The Bahamians loved to hag-
WIE GOT ON BOARD the ship
a couple of hours before we set
.sail and grandson Austin and
Matthew Wright let off some of
.the steam stored up during the
ride down, by exploring the ship.
Then, about an hour prior to sail-
ing a mandatory lifeboat drill was
People were going in all direc-
tions and it sort of rembided one
of the way the people reacted to
the sinking scenes in the movie,
;Titanic". Austin and Matt started
trying "to' locate 'their parents.
Matt found his parents right
:away. ,:Austin thought he saw his
parents, but when he got to them
it wasn't his parents, and Mat-
thew had disappeared.
After scurrying frantically on
the part of Austin and his par-
ents, Austin saw Frenchie and I,
in the vicinity of the elevator. He
.:has never been so glad to see us.
Austin didn't get very far
away from us again. That w'as the
only, unpleasant thing we experi-
enced during the entire cruise. I'll
take that back: the rain which be-
gan to come down when we
reached the dock at Port Lucaya
was the second bit of unpleasant-
It mercifully kept us from
having to to take a ride on the
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Port St.'Joe, Florida 32456
by-The Star Publishing Company of Port St. Joe, Inc.
Second Class Postage Paid at Port St. Joe' FL
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St. Joseph Bay
Date Time Ht. Time Ht,
: June 19. 7:27 a.m. H 0.5 5:20 p.m. L -0.4
-June 20 7:37 a.m. H 0.8 5:47 p.m. L -0.7
June 21 8:05 a.m. H 1.0 6:27 p.m. L -0.9
June 22 8:42 a.m. H 1.1 7:12 |fm. L -1.0
June 23 9:24 a.m. H 1.2 7:58 pjm. L -1.0
June 24 10:07 a.m. H 1.2 8:44 p.m. L -1.0
June 25 10:50 a.m. H 1.2 9:28 p.m. L -0.9 .
011001 lS UU.U.
down that, Irrevocable path toward
truth, justice and the American
way. That I nod to that old building
when I write a sentence, recall a
famous date from centuries past.
read a paragraph. multiply by
increments of 5 . .
You'd be wrong!
Mostly when I look back : I'
think of me and Ricky Hale kicking
"field goals" in that downstairs
bathroom. We'd wad up a couple of
sheets of Blue Horse paper and
take turns "holding" for each
other. The object was to get It over
the eight foot high partition sepa-
rating the janitor's closet from the
main room. The very first day I
wore, my, new penny-loafers (we.
bought 'em a little on the big size
back then 'cause they were gonna
have to last a while) I kicked ball,
shoe', everything over the wall!
Rick and I were celebrating the
three points until we realized the
door to the closet was locked. One
of us was going to have to shinny
over that part ion and retrieve my
brand hew shoe .....Which had,
landed in a big vat of soap.
During the morning, pledge I'd
kinda squish my toes around and
suds would float out ori that old
oak floor. '
.1 haven't seen Ricky Hale since
1965. But I guarantee you, if he
walked into this room right now,
before he said a word he'd
throw both hands straight up in
the air signaling the field goal was
I remember when Miss Belle
would step down to the front office,
me and Bobby Brewer would jump
out 'of the window. Don't askl I
have no ideal And don't tell my
boys! We'd hit the ground running
.. it 'wasn't'a dtzen steps or so
to the 'front door? then up five'
steps, a' hard right turn at the hall,
first door on the rikht.
We'd fairly fly to beat Miss
Belle back to the room. If she lin-
gered longer and we caught our
breath and Buddy Wiggleton (our
doo? man) nodded the -o-ast Was
clear :-; out'we'd-go again-.,:, ."'
I. took piano lessons for a few
weeks in that old building. I never
got past the wind sock song. ,
I discovered that Vicki Fields.
could run faster than I could. And
she would whack you pretty hard
when she "tagged" you, too.
I learned to make army tanks
out of clay so we could shoot
little clay "missiles" at LaRenda
Bradfield and Susie Cozalt as they
showed off up in the Blue Bird
reading class. ,
I was sitting, beside Gene
Fuller,when the cap, blew off the
radiator. Steam went. everywhere! I
was,. astonished, frightened.
thought this was the end for sure.
Gene dove out a closed, upstairs
window .... ..,
I: was standing two feet away
when Jimmy Carter's 'head- hit the
concrete wall in that small gym we
"recessed" in: when the weather
(See KESLEY ON PAGE 3)
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSD
Shown in the photo at
left is Tonya Nixon, trea-
sure of the Gulf County
Scholarship Committee, as
she presented Allen Cox
with the Gulf County
"Making A Difference" ban-
Cox and Associates will
be flying the banner this-
week in recognition of its
recent contribution to the
Trash Pick-Up A Different Story
While it ldoks like' garbage
pick-up is well on its way toward
paying for itself without being
subsidized, roadside trash pick-
up is a different story.
It cost $153,474 to pick up
roadside trash last year. Healy
said trash pick-up is wholly sub-
sidized by the city and is current-
ly being offered as a city-funded
service without user fees.
Grievance Committee Named
City commissioners named A]
Ray. Janna Harrelson, John
Wright, Tan Smiley and Jimmy
Griffin to man the grievance com-
mittee that will review and make
recommendations to the board
concerning the dispute between
Port St. Joe Police Chief Jay
Leffert and Police Lieutenant
The grievance was filed by
Hersey after receiving a negative
annual personnel evaluation from
Chief Leffert. The evaluation also
recommended a demotion of'
Hersey from lieutenant to patrol-
City commissioners will make
the final decision on the issue
after receiving a recommendation
from the grievance committee's
Meeting With the St. Joe
Mayor Johnny Linton told
those present at the meeting, city
commissioners were scheduled to
hold a 2:30 meeting Thursday
with St. Joe' Company CEO Peter
Rummell at the company's
He mentioned several items
commissioners wanted to discuss
with Mr. Rummell.
The city is in hopes of getting
land behind the Centennial base-
ball field as a future site for the
Boy Scout Hut.- They also are
looking at a site behind Port St.
Joe High School to construct a
city ball park complex.
Cont'd. from Page 1
Commissioners will explore a
city/county joint venture being
discussed to provide. sewer ser-
vice, especially along the beaches.
from county line to county line
east and west. This would include
the St. Joe Beach area as well as
the Cape and Indian Pass.
Much of this venture, should
it become a reality, would front
St. Joe land. Commissioners are
in hopes that they will give the
project a shot in the arm by par-
ticipating in the venture.
Commissioners are also seek-
ing permission to spread the
mountain of sand, being excavat-
ed from the marina site, over
some of St. Joe's land adjacent to
the marina project.
In Other Business
*Commissioners agreed to
commit 8150,000 in matching
funds and passed a resolution to
proceed with a 8600,000-CDBG
grant fund application for
drainage improvement to the
North Port St. Joe area.
*Heard a report from Bill
Kennedy (Preble-Rish, Inc.,
Consulting Engineers) on a pro-
posed bus traffic flow plan for
Port St. Joe Elementary.
Commissioners were concerned
that the plan included a route
along Cypress Avenue, and sug-
gested holding a workshop with
the school board to work out
another alternative. j
*Commissioners agreed to a
request from Cathy Costin (Costin
Bookkeeping) to .allow her to col-
lect city water bill payments as a
matter of convenience to residents
wishing to pay their bills at one
location. Costin would collect a
354 handling fee for the service.
The city would also continue to
accept payments at City Hall.
*The board has appointed
Terry McDaniel to fill the post of
Public Works Supenntendent fol-
lowing the resignation of Frank
Healy. Healy has accepted the
Mexico Beach City Administra-
tor's position. His resignation is
effective the last day of June.
eAdapted the city's Compre-
hensive Plan "EAR" Report
AY, JUNE 18, 1998 AGE V1
GC Sheriff Advises
The Gulf County Sheriffs
Office advises swimmers to
beware as water conditions at the
Cape and surrounding areas are
still dangerous due to rough seas
caused by heavy winds.
State park personnel report-
edly pulled two people from the
surf on Sunday. Greg and Kyle
Anders, ages 42 and seven, from
St. Charles, Missouri, were
checked following the ordeal by
the Gulf County EMS and deter-
mined to be in good condition.
Post Meeting Weds.
The American Legion Post No.
116 will hold its annual meeting
and elections on Wednesday,
June 24th at 6:00 p.m., at the
post home. The post home is
located at the intersection of,'
Williams Avenue and Third Street
in Port St. Joe. All members are
encouraged to attend.
. I tB ..t)
Pot Farmer/Salesman Nabbed
Monday, JnmeSthqWilliam F.
Dobbins, of Howard Creek, was
arrested and charged with the:
(From Page 2)
was bad. I'd never seen blood just
shoot everywhere like that! I
thought he was dead.
It's where I learned if you
spelled the word correctly, you had
to stand at attention with your
back:to the wall and walt a solid
fifteen minutes for it to be your
turn again. Or. if you missed the
word', you got to go sit quietly at
your desk and play with a little'
clay or read the Willie Mays story
or chew up a good spit ball for
LaRenda and Susie ..... .
My spelling took a nosedive
from which it never recovered in
that old building.
Miss Cox, in the fifth' grade,
would .thump,you .in the head if.
you didn't do right! Let me tell you.
she had steel fingers ..... ,
And Miss Mary Ann Jackson
made us memorize a poem. The
boys too .
It was here I came o know
George and Abraham by their sil-
houettes. And I could spot a pil-
grim by the buckle on .his shoe.
And you had 'to give everyone a
Valentine card whether you liked
them or not. And rich people didn't
bring their lunch, to school in a
brown paper sack.,. Why, they
added some words to the pledge of
allegiance while I was passing
through . .
And they tore that building
down without so much as a back-
wards glance! Listen', I know it was
old. It was ancient the' first 'day I
ever laid'eyes on itl And it, didn't
produce any presidents or. gover-
nors or Hall of Fame baseball play-
ers ..... but'tojust cast it aside?
Half the stories I've told you
about over the past fifteen years
took place inside those walls.
What friendships! Memories!
Joy! Embarrassment! Painl
I think it's what 'people go to
elementary school forl '
Mother called it "progress".I -
She also said a lot of people
picked up souvenirs. She saw
-Bobby Brewer leaving with a win-
dow in the back of his truck.
I know whifh one.
I Didn't Get A Thing,
S' Kes '
sale and cultivation of marijuana.
Undercover deputies of the
Gulf. County Sheriffs Office had
purchased marijuana from
Dobbins during the latter part of
May. Several days afterward,
when they went to his home to
close the investigation, they found
a marijuana plant growing on his
front porch, resulting in his
Gun, Thief Brought From
June 9th, Investigator Tom
Godwin traveled to Alabama to
follow-up a lead in a case of stolen
guns. The guns were reported to
have been taken from
Wewahitchka during the recent
With the assistance of
Alabama authorities, he was able
to recover one of the guns. Placed
under arrest under a charge of
grand theft was James Patrick
Attaway. 17, of Headland.
Alabama law enforcement
personnel are still trying to recov-,
er the additional stolen firearms.
Stolen Items Recovered
During the second week of
June, Gulf County Sheriffs
Department investigators recov-
ered four guns taken in a June
2nd burglary at Cox's Landing.
There are still several guns miss-
ing and at this time a suspect In
the case is being held in the Bay
County Jail on other unrelated
"Influenced" Driver Arrested
Saturday, June 13th, Deputy
Vince Everett observed a vehicle
traveling on Highway 71 in
Wewahitchka at a high rate. of
speed. When he stopped the vehi-
cle, ,he noticed the driver
appeared to smell of an alcoholic
Several sobriety assessments
were then performed. As a result,
the suspect, Christy Perkins, 27,
of Jacksonville, was arrested for
driving under the influence and
possession of less than 20 grams
Put Out Domestic "Plame"
On June 14th, Sergeant
'Strickland and Deputy Butler
responded to a reported distur-
bance in Highland View. They
were questioning the suspect in
the incident,. Bobby Joe Lee, 43,
who was extremely intoxicated,
when he threatened to burn down
his house. Lee was arrested for
In Other Bookings .
Tuesday. June 2-Benjamin
Stokes, 25, of Port St. Joe, failure
to appear; Nathan Pittman, 22,
Marianna, violation of community
control; Adam Barrett Lee, 18, of
Panama City, two counts of viola-
tion of probation.
Thursday. June 1.1-Erica
Webb, 18, of Port St. Joe, violation
of driver's license restrictions:
Keidren E. Mulcahy, 38.. of Port
St. Joe, driving while license sus-
perided or revoked; Norman
Jones. 20, of Wewahitchka, viola-
tion of probation (felony petit
theft); and Islah Farmon, 50, of
Port St. Joe, violation of probation
Friday. June 12-Michael
Ward, 37. of Panama City, viola-
tion of probation; Charles Smith,
44, of Port St. Joe, burglary; and
Laura Adams, 44, of Port St. Joe.
failure to pay fine.
Saturday. June 13--Delores
Fedd, 40. of Jacksonville, eight
counts each of forgery and failure
to appear; and Dale Borden, 40,
of Port St. Joe, domestic battery.
Minor Traffic Accident
On June 9th, at approximate-
ly 8:53 a.m.. Port St. Joe Police
Department Officer James
Stephens responded to a crash at
the intersection of Seventh Street
and Long Avenue.
S According to Officer
Stephens' report. the crash
occurred when Guy N. Barthumn
was traveling south on Long
Avenue, and Connie L. Klein
pulled out from the west side of
the intersection after coming to a
stop, which resulted in the two
Klein received a minor injury
and was given first aid at the
scene. Officer Stephens issued a
citation for failure to yield right of
On June 13th, at approxi-
mately 11:10 p.m., Sgt. Wilfred
Arendt arrested Ann Delores
.Fedd, age 41, of Jacksonville, on
10 outstanding warrants.
Warrants were issued for uttering
forged instruments and resisting
arrest without violence.
Sunday, June 14th, around
4:45 p.m., Officer Russell Burch
arrested Douglas E. Robinson,
age 30, of Port St. Joe, for. allow-
ing an unauthorized minor to
drive. The minor was also arrest-
ed for driving a vehicle with no
valid driver's license. Both parties
were issued citations and
released at the scene.
-Last Friday, June 12th,
Charles Smith, age 44, of Port St.
Joe, was arrested by Officer
Glenn Norris for burglary of a
structure. According to a report
submitted by Norris, Smith
gained entry into his daughter's
residence without her permission
and removed several items. The
victim signed a complaint-affi-
"Topsy-Turvy" on the Sand Pile
Royal American Construction Company's giant dump truck veered a little too close to the edge
of the mountain of sand being removed from the marina site last week. Pictured above the com-
any'sbackhoe.Js Vbusy righting the truck.. .
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Screening for Pre-School Age Children June23, 24
The Gulf County School
Board, in cooperation with the
Florida Diagnostic and Learning
Resources System/PAEC and the
Gulf County Health Department,
is sponsoring a community ser-
vice program to screen preschool
children, ages 2 1/2 to five years.
Screening will be done in the
areas of hearing, vision, speech
and language, concept formation,
motor coordination, and behav-
ior. If potential problem areas are
found, the screening team will
make recommendations for fol-
Each child who is screened
must be accompanied by a parent
or legal guardian. For further in-
formation, contact one of the fol-
Deborah Crosby at 229-6940,
Betty Husband (Wewahitchka
Elementary) at 639-3610, JoAnn
Raffield (Port St. Joe Elementary)
at 229-8838, or Penny Jadwin at
The county-wide screening
schedule is as follows:
*PSJES.-Tuesday, June 23,
from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., ET,
at the Pre-K Center located on
*WES.-Wednesday, June 24,
from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., CT,
at the Pre-K Center located at the
Main Street Site.
If you suspect your child of
having a potential problem, plan
to attend the screening. Please
bring his or her birth certificate
,444e f e & ert~ t4etq4 "d
Bottlebrush, tea olive, antique roses,
Japanese magnolia, redbud. dogwoods,
crepe myrtle, all colors, hydrangea oak leaf
& regular French, satsuma, orange, kumquat
& other citrus takes low 20's, hibiscus, plums,
mandivilla, bouganvilla, Ig. variety of land-
scape plants including salt tolerant trees &
shrubs. Delivery available
and social security card to the
The Florida Diagnostic and
Learning Resources System is
funded through IDEA, Part B, Ti-
tle II (preschool), and state gener-
al revenue funds to provide sup-
port services for Florida's excep-
tional student education
Scott and Tammy
would like to announ
ce the en-
Bible School Set
"Long Avenue Baptist Churi-ch
invites children age three through
grade six to join Star Quest: A
Galactic Good News Adventure.
Get ready for a galactic expe-
rience that is definitely out-of-
this-world! Each day will include
an exciting worship rally where
those attending will celebrate the
,good news of Jesus Christi
Each day will be packed full
of fun Bible-learning activities,
great snacks. music, and crafts.
Orgaitiesr.;ai ,:LABC- hope every
child -('Wche..'ommun.ty will be a
part ol, this great vacation Bible
Star Quest: A Galactic' Good
News Adventure will be held at
Long Avenue Baptist Church on
June 22 to 26. They'll begin each
day with supper at 5:30 p.m.. and
follow with classes from 6:00 to
8:30 p.m. For more information
Megan Anne Mosley
It's A Girl
Megan Anne Mosley was born
on May 30. She was welcomed
home by her proud parents, Bill
and Melissa Mosley of Chipley.
and her little brother. Matthew.
Also waiting at home to spoil
Megan were her grandparents.
Patsy and Al Whitfield and Ann
and Arlan Gufy,. all of Wewa-
hitchka, and Tim Adkison of Chi-,
gagement and upcoming marriage
of their daughter, Natasha Janae
Powell, to Marcus Scott Phelps.
the son of Marko and Karen
The wedding ceremony will
take place on Saturday. July 18,
at 3:30 p.m., CST, (4:30 p.m.,
EST) at the First Baptist Church
of Mexico Beach, located on 15th
Street, off of Highway 386. A re-
ception will immediately follow in
the Church Fellowship Hall.
All friends and family are cor-
dially invited to attend.
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Couple To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gay,
along with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Leamon Smith Sr.. all of Port St.
Joe. would like to announce the
forthcoming marriage of. their'
children', 'Chrsty 'Renee G "jaiy-'
John Wayne Smith. -
The bride-elect is a 1998,"
Lynn Baker, M.D.
Lynn Baker, the daughter of
Gulf Pines Hospital Administrator
Ken Dykes, Sr.. was among those
who recently graduated from the
University of Alabama at Birming-
ham Medical School. The UAB
Medical School is recognized na-
tionally for its extensive research
programs in medical science and
for its excellence in the profes-
sional training and development
Lynn and her husband. Jeff
Baker, who is a hospital pharma-
cist. have for the last several
years resided in Birmingham, Al-
abama so that she could attend
the medical school. In July. they
will be moving to Knoxville, Ten-
nessee. where she will be entering
the University of Tennessee Medi-
cal School's residency program in
pediatric medicine. Her husband
will be working as a hospital
pharmacist at Oak Ridge.
Mrs.. Baker, is the grand-
daughter of Newton and Evelyn
Tyler Is Two 1
Tyler McGuffin turned two
years old on May 28. He celebrat-
ed his birthday with a Barney.
party at Under the Oaks Park in
Panama City with his family and
His proud parents are Lisa
and Shane McGulfin. He Is the
grandson of Wesley and Pat At:
kins of Port St Joe. Melissa and
Bengle Bratton of Calhoun. Loui-
siana. and Jim McGuffin of Ulys-
ses. Kansas. ,
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School and plans to pursue a
career m elementary education in
the future., She is the grand-
daughter of Rev. Lois and Lewis
Lonrg and Sarah Gay, all of
Apalachicola. Christy is also the
granddaughter of the late Jule
The groom-elect is a 1986
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School and is presently employed
by Summit. Inc. He is the grand-
son of Nelson Gardner of Port St.
Joe and the late Fay Gardner.
John is also the grandson of the
late Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wise.
The couple will exchange
vows on Saturday. July 1 1. at
3:00 p.m. The ceremony will be
held at Oak Grove Assembly of
God. located at 613 Madison
Street in Port St. Joe.
All friends and family are
invited to share a day of happi-
ness when they exchange mar-
riage vows and ask God s blessing
as they begin their new life
PSJHS Class of
All members of the Port St.
Joe graduating class of 1968 are
Invited to join their classmates for
a reunion on Sunday, July 5,
from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m., ET. at
8201 Highway 98 (Gulfaire Town-
houses), St. Joe Beach.
Everyone is asked to bring
their own refreshments and
beach supplies, as well as any
high school memorabilia. For
more information, please contact
Jae Pate at 647-8967 or Barbara
Terry at 227-3759.
Furniture and Accessories
505 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe Phone 229-6054
10 Princess Bear Beanie Babies
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Thursday at 10 a.m.
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Obesity Named as a Risk Factor for Heart Attacks
, The American Heart
Association recently announced
that obesity has been added td its
list of major risk factors that peo-
ple can control to prevent death
and disability from coronary heart
disease, the cause of heart
These major risk factors
include smoking, high blood cho-
lesterol, high blood pressure,
sedentary lifestyle, and now obe-
sity. Heredity, increasing age.and
being male are also regarded as.
risk factors by the, association,
*but they cannot be changed.
"Obesity itself has become a
life-long disease, not a cosmetic
issue, nor a moral judgement-
:and it is becoming a dangerous
epidemic.," says Robert H. Eckel,
M.D.. vice chairman of the
American Heart Association's
"We want to send' a message
to both health-care providers and
the public that the time has come
to take obesity seriously." says
Eckel, an Internationally recog-
nized medical expert on obesity
and professor of medicine and
physiology and program director
of the General Research Center at
the University of Colorado Health
Sciences Center in Denver.
The association upgraded the
status of obesity from a contribut-
ing risk factor to a major risk fac-
tor for heart attack due to strong
scientific evidence of obesity's
impact on heart disease risk and
due to the increased prevalence of
the condition in the population.
Research has shown that
modest weight reduction-five to
10 percent of body weight-can
reduce high blood pressure and
total blood cholesterol. Modest
achievable weight loss can also
help control diabetes In some peo-
"Health-care providers and
the public need to accept that
obesity. is a chronic disease, just
like high blood pressure or high
blood cholesterol. Its causes are a
complex. Individualized combina-
tion of genetics, behavior and
lifestyle that we are just now
beginning to understand," says
"Today our understanding of
obesity and its impact on coro-
nary heart disease is in its infan-
cy-comparable to our under-
standing of cholesterol's role in
heart disease in the mid 1970s,"
14 "e announcement was made
in conjundifon wit-t'e""f'db'"-'
tion of an article tid -"American
Heart Association Call to Action:
Obesity as a Major Risk Factor of
Coronary Heart Disease." in the
June 2 issue of Circulation:
Journal of the American Heart
a Parade in PC
Twice a year, the Shaddal
Shrine Temple has a celebration
when the new Shriners are in-
ducted Into Shaddal Shrine Tem-
ple. The ceremonial celebration
includes a parade where the new
Shriners are introduced to the
This parade will be held on
Saturday, June 20, starting at
10:00 a.m. at Bay High School (In,
Panama City) and heading toward
the Marina Civic Center.
The color guard and the Di-
Van will lead the parade. with the
rest of the units following. These
units will include the Bucca-
neers, Care Vans, Characters,
Clowns, Directors Staff, Dukes,
Hot Rods, and the Road Runners.
The Shriners would like the pub-
lic to come out and welcome their
new members to Shaddal.
The new Shriners will be very
easy to spot because they will be
wearing red, white, or green tee-
shirts. They hope to see everyone
there on Saturday in downtown
Panama City to help them cele-
Web site or touchtone tele-
phone registration for the fall
1998 semester will be held June
16 through July 31 for all contin-
uing and readmitted FSU Panama
City Campus students. A touch-
tone phone for student use will
be available in the Office of the
Registrar from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m., CST, Monday' through Fri-
To access on-line registration,
students need to first log on to
the FSU-PCC web site at www.pc.
fsu.edu and then enter the regis-
tration information located under
the heading Register On-Line.
For more information on reg-
istration, please contact the FSU
Panama (ty Campus Office of,
the Regis tar at 872-4750, ext.,
; The article was written by
Eckel and Ronald M. Krauss,
M.D., chairman of the American
Heart Association's Nutrition
Committee and senior scientist
and head of the molecular medi-
cine department at the Lawrence
Berkeley National Laboratory at
the University of California at
The article, which follows an
AHA medical/scientific statement
on obesity issued last fall, notes
the increase of obesity in the
American population. A recent
survey (National Health and
Nutrition Examination Survey III),
conducted between 1988 and
1994, indicated that 22.5 percent
of men and women ages 20 to 74
. were obese.
"If we broaden our definition ,
of obesity to include people who
are overweight, over 50 percent of
American adults and 15 to 20
percent of our children are over-l
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weight today," says Eckel.
There are no simple answers
as to why obesity is increasing at
this time. "However, one reason
for the epidemic is that although
Americans are eating a lower per-,
centage of total calories from fat,
they are eating more calories
overall." says Eckel.
"This may be due to confusing
public health messages that
stressed eating a low-fat diet
without calorie /restriction.
Contrary to some widely circulat-
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ed ideas about low-fat eating,
calories do count," -says Eckel.
Studies also indicate that
Americans are more sedentary on
the job and in their leisure time.
Children are watching far more
television and are less physically
active than in the recent past.
'We need to develop better
treatment and lifestyle, strategies
to address the issue of obesity
without passing moral judge-
ment," says Eckel.
Obesity can be treated
through lifestyle strategies, such
as calorie restriction and
increased physical activity, med-
ications, and in some cases,
More research on obesity is
one of nine points in the American
Heart Association's call to action
on obesity, which also stresses
the need for greater understand-
ing by both medical professionals
and the public about the com-
plexities of weight regulation and
its relationship to health.
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PAGE 6A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1998
'S u c c l n plays a package of crawfish ready for the
consumer. In the photograph below craw-
7 fish are shown being sorted for size in
ra W fiSh preparation for bagging. Mike Crocker, at
right, inspects live crawfish as they
That Louisiana Delicacy begin the first stages of processing.
Is Processed Locally
Eating crawfish has become increasing- 1.
ly poplar in Florida over the past several
years, thanks, in part, to Raffleld Fisheries.
Eugene Raffield, vice president of the n-
firm. said Raffield's started processing the
Cajun delicacy as a matter of trucking eco-
After hauling fish products to Louisiana.
the company was looking for a product to
haul back to Florida, rather than make the
long expensive trip back to Florida empty. "
That was about 12 years ago.
This year Raffield's expects to process
approximately 200,000 pounds of crawfish
at the local plant.
Eugene recalls those first few years Special spices are added to them as they make
when all the cooking, handling, and bagging their way up the conveyer system to the comput-
of the products was totally done by hand. er driven bagging system.
Most facets of the operation are now Raffield's markets the tasty crustaceans
processed by machine all the way down to throughout *the Southeastern United States
weighingand bagging the crawfish with through Winn Dixie grocery stores and various I
weighingan bagg hcrwsh ih
their new hi-tech computer driven packag- wholesale distributors.
Ing machine. Eugene said crawfish can be purchased local- .
Crawfish are shipped in "live" from ly at Raffield Fisheries in case lots.
Louisiana and are washed and inspected to
be sure they are in good shape.
-They have to be alive. If they're not,
Raffleld's isn't going to cook them," Eugene. .
Live craw-fish are placed in large (300
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pound) vats and submerged in salt water to
purge their systems and clean them before r
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Miller Offers Students I '
In the photo above, SWAT team youth prepare to board a bus to Tallahassee for a minority
youth conference to learn more about staying tobacco-free and encouraging other youth to do the
same. Chester Gant, Sally Jenkins and Regina Washabaugh (Tobacco-Free Coordinator for Gulf
County) chaperoned the youngsters on the day-long outing.
SWAT, WIG to
On Saturday. June -19, the
youth of the Washington Improve-
ment Group Youth Advisory Com-
mittee, In partnership with the
Gulf County SWAT (Students
Working Against Tobacco) Team.
will be conducting a rally, fol-
lowed by a dance, at the Wash-
ington Improvement Group Teen
During the rally, participants
will be asked to sign petitions for
a tobacco-free life. Music for the
dance will be provided by DJ
Activities will begin at 7:00
to Beat the Heat
All of Gulf County's senior
citizens are urged not to stay at
home If the heat becomes unbear-
able. All seniors are invited and
encouraged to come to the new
Senior Citizen Center to beat the
The center is open Monday
through Friday, from 8:00 a.m.
until 5:00 p.m. There Is a pool ta-
ble available, as well as card ta-
bles and games. All rooms are air
conditioned. Plenty of iced tea will
be available also. For more infor-
mation, please call 229-8466.
IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO 96-039
IN RE: The Estate of
PRISCILLA D BORDERS.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
THE ADMINISTRATION ol ithe- Estate of
PRISCILLA D BORDERS deceased File Number
98.039 is pending in tihe CircuJi Cou.n ifr Gull
Count Florinda ProDate Dii.,nr. Jthe addres- of0
Ituch isGull Cour r Courthou-e lOO 5 t, 'ueet.
Porn St J.e Flon.a 3245., ThIe name and address.
ol the Fer,.:.nal Reprree-riLume ar.n Lhe-. atFomney
are set forth below.
All Interested persons are required to file,
WITHIN THREE 131 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
"'-HE FIRST PUBLiCAnI'ON F oilis NOTICE III All
dajrns axjins tthe e-'tie and 121 anl' oblecuun bv
an interested per.:or on h.,)m nc.ce- waz ser-ed
til d-iallenge_ the ..ldidyrf ol the Will uhe quahil.
cauon5 of the Fer.onail Fpresennauie.s enue .ir
JunAidlieUcn ol the Con-
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS A D OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FORE'EFR BARRED
DATE of u-e fuirt puticaucn ,ofl his Nou.:e oi
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, 2tc. June 18 and 25 1998
Host Rally & Dance Saturday
p.m. and continue until 12:00. aged youth are invited to attend
The North Port St. Joe Citizen Pa- and say no to tobacco. The rally
trol Unit will be chaperoning both and dance are being sponsored
the rally and the dance. by the Tobacco Free Partnership
All middle and high school of Gulf County.
Printed below is Port St. Joe
High School's honor roll for the fi-
nal grading period of the 1997/
1998 school year. The list printed
in last week's edition of The Star
was in error due to a misunder-
standing of computer terminolo-
gy. The school staff regrets the er-
The following students made
Ninth Grade: Ben Ashcraft,
Bonnie Belin. Stephanie Black-
mon. Jennifer Craig, Amber Dan-
iels, Amber Davis. Christy Jones,
Angela McDowell, Jessica Pate,
Jennifer Patterson, Jessica Tar-
pley, Karissa Thomas, and. Leslie
Tenth Grade: Erica Ailes. Am-
ber Bolyard, Alicia Christie, Bran-
don Davis, John Gainous, Lacey
Johnson, Candice Kennedy, Tyler
Lane, Amanda Marquardt, Rachel
Perrin, Cralg Phillips,.. Rocky Salz; ..
er, Angel Shackleford, "Henry
SSma'lwoo' N1Nilce S6mffiT.-Jessfa t
Summers, and Lea Todd.
Eleventh Grade: Anna All-
roth, Rebekah Cope, James Fal-
son, Tracey Fitzgerald, Rikki
Johnson, Katie Kllbourn, Hagen
" Lotzmann, Rachel McCroan, Tra-
cy Watkins, and Lindsay Wil-
S Twvelfth Grade: Kyle Adkison,
Reese Antley,. Amanda Bateman.
Jason Brant. William Bryant,
* Heather Calvarese, Casey Clark,
Jeremy Dixon, Monique Fennell,
Jennifer Gaddis. Ke\in Green.
James Heinemann, James Kenne-
dy. Quint Kllngbell, Kim Lamber-
son. Ben McCroan. Jarred Patter-
son. Natasha Powell. Shameka
Raines, Joseph Sewell. Julia Six.
Gretchen Stevens, Casey White.
Case Williams, Bonnie Young.
and Mack Young.
The following students made
"All As & Bs":
Ninth Grade: Veronica Ad-
kins, William Bailey, Mary Beck,
Misty Butler, James Capps, Nich-
olas Comforter. Greg Garland,'
Laura Jeffcoat, Tremaine Lewis.
Angela Martinez, Susan Medina,
Sarah Mize, Andy Shoaf, Jacob
Tankersley; Hamp Terry, Joshua
Todd,, Larche Ware', .Stephanie
Watson, Eric Webb, Jarrod West-
er, Erica White, and Talon Wrhite-
Tenth Grade: Kylene Butler,
Connie Combs, Jenniler Douds,
Cassandra Egler. Lakeythia Fll-
more, Mary Harmon, Kathryn
Holmes, Megan Johnson, Julie
Lanford, Stephen Lowrey, Brett
Parker. Kim Parker, Melissa Row-
an, Nelkole Royster. Alicia Sand-
ers, Jessica Stump, Jessica Van-
sweringen, Rachel Watson, and
Eleventh Grade: James Dan-
lels. Anna Duren, Meredith God-
frey, Jessica Hill, Betty Irigram,
Jozsef Kepli. Lyndsy Kilpatrick,
Lucas Martinez, Kara McDaniel,
Andrew O'Barr. Jennifer Pate,
Farica Quinn. Latrika Quinn.
Wendy Sander, Phaidra Spires,
Pick A Pet
Many animals are currently
up for adoption at the Gulf
County Pound. These possible
pets include a gray male poodle, a
red boxer bulldog with a pup, two
dalmatons, two feists, a small
male black dog, one Brittany spa-
nell mix (neutered), two labs (one
black and one red). and two very
nice bird dogs. There is a total of
27 dogs up for adoption now.
Four cats and two kittens are
also available, including a male
To adopt one of these needy
animals, please, call the Gulf
County Sheriffs Office, at 227-
1115 and ask for Johnny Collins
or call the St. Joseph Bay Hu-
mane Society at 227-1103 for
HEARING AID CENTER
618 W. 23rd Street
Panama City, FL
Top Quality, Name
Brand Hearing Aids
Monthly Service Center
Motel St. Joe (PSJ)
1st Thursday each month
Leon Miller, a staff m
the Gulf Coast Con
College Financial Aid
spoke to students involve
Port St. Joe High Summi
,Program recently. Stude
provided information re
continuing their e
beyond high school 'and
secure financial aid.
Miller gave students
on completing application
early and on time. He al
four important steps t
dents and parents sho
close attention to:
(1) Discuss your pla
your high school guldan
selor during your Junior
early in your senior year,
(2) Write to the dir
Student Financial Aid at
tutlon you plan to at
(3) Write to the direct
Mademic program that
your major for informant
(4) Submit your ap
for admission and for fina
Miller's visit was pa
InJtiative to provide
James Terry, Nancy Va
- -A__J llffll- i '-"1 1 .'
anda UKI Williams.
Twelfth Grade: Brianne Al-
ford, Seth Campbell, James Cas-
well. Lee Cathey, Darius Cham-
bers, George Foxworth, Christy
Gay. Lisa Gentry, Lee Goff. David
Griffin. Amanda Haney. Sabrina
Hanson, Sara Hayden. Shefla
Hightower. Lisa Hopper, Leigh
Lawrence, Tanya Morehead, Kris-
ta Nobles, Brandis Paul, Marcus
Phelps. Mandy Phillips. Jason
Ritchle, Leontine Ross. Jason
Shoaf. Jermaine Sims. Gage
Stallings. Wayne Summers, Emily
Thompson, Amanda Turner. and
Gulf Coast Offers
Registration is open for Gulf
Coast Community College week-
end 'classes through Junt -26.
Students may register In the Of-
fice of Admissions and Records,
Monday through Thursday, from
7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and on
Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 4:00
The following weekend class-
es are being offered: Psychology
of Childhood and Youth (DEP
2000. Section 8021), Introduction
to Business (GEB 1011, Section
8047), Earth/Space Survey (PSC
2371. Section 8062). Understand-
ing Visual Art (ARH 2000, Section
8094), and Introduction to Public
Speaking (SPC 1600. Section
Classes will meet on Fridays
from 6:00 to 9:30 p.m.. on Satur-
days from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00
noon, and on Sundays from 1:30
to 6:00 p.m. during the weekends
of June 26 to 28, July 10 to 12,
and July 17 to 19. and July 25.
For more information about
weekend college, please call 913-
member of access to information resources
immunity through the media center in many
ed in the A grant written by Clarence
er School "Monette, Media Specialist at Port
;nts were St. Joe High School and the Gulf
levant to County School Board provided
education extended hours for the media cen-
ways to ter to be open beyond the regular
school day, during the summer
pointers and provided for a certified library
ns prop- media specialist to assure stu-
so noted dents' successful use of
hat stu- resources.
answi Davis Takes Part
ce coun- In "Fleet Week"
r year or
SNavy Airman William Davis,
rector of the son of Gary Davis of East
he ntoi o Point and Aurellia A. Beasley of
the nstr Wewahitchka, recently participat-
tend for ed in the 11th annual Fleet Week
applica- 1998 Celebration in New .York,
while assigned aboard multi-
tor of the purpose amphibious assault ship
will be USS Kearsarge and homeported
on about, in Norfolk. Virginia.
aid: and Davis was one of 10,000 mili-
plication tary servicemembers who partici-
rncial aid pated in one of the largest public
salutes to the sea services. This
r-t of an four-day long event was held ot
students honor the men and women of the
Navy. Marine Corps, and Coast
1 Guard and to show the city's ap-
S precaution for their contributions.
Et to the nation.
The Parade of Ships included
n a total of 16 vessels, 13 of which
were from the U.S. Navy and U.S.
Coast Guard combined, as well as
nh n, three ships from foreign navies.
Dr. Frederick S. Humphries
Free Dinner &
PSJ High School
The Norris D. Langston Youth
Scholarship Foundation will be
holding a motivational dinner in
the Port St. Joe High School com-
mons area on Thursday, July 2,
at 7:00 p.m., EST.
The keynote speaker for the
evening will be Dr. Frederick S.
Humphries. President of Florida
A&M University in Tallahassee.
Dr. Humphries will be giving a
presentation entitled, "Education
Is The Key."
Dinner will be served at no
cost for those attending this
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1998
"Green Acres" Is A Prisoner's Place to Be
"Green Acres", the Gulf
County Sheriffs Department's
nickname for the county's inmate
farming project, is exceeding all of
Sheriff Frank McKeithen's hopes
Sheriff McKelthen entered the
project seeking to reduce inmate
food bills while allowing prisoners
to manually contribute to their
upkeep through their work
What more could a person
ask for? Fresh squash, potatoes,
peas, cucumbers, tomatoes, and
watermelons have all been har-
vested In an abundance.
"We have 26 different ways of
cooking squash at 'the Gulf
County Jail," McKeithen jokingly
The inmates have not only
raised enough vegetables to sup-
ply their daily needs, bdit have
exceeded that demand and are,
canning and freezing the surplus
for the winter months.
"We'll be pickin' fresh corn in
just a few weeks," McKeithen
said, "with prisoners doing 100%
of the work, under the direction of
the 'Greenjean Brothers'. Claudis
Lanier and James Tankersley.
He said some reduction in
food bills had been noted to-date,
but it was too early to tell how
much the farming project would
eventually impact the' food bud-.
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you are not at risk for becoming infected with the virus that causes AIDS,
so here are a few simple questions that will help you determine if there
is a chance that you have been exposed to the HiV virus.
1. Have you ever (even once) engaged in any type of unprotected sex?
2. Have you ever used any type of injectable drug with a shared needle?
3. Did you receive blood products prior to 1985?
BASIC has a fast-growing client base of diverse individuals. There
are married couples, teenagers, people in their 20s. and people in their
60s and every age in between, and the majority of the clients are hetero-
sexual. AIDS holds no prejudices against any race, gender, or sexual
Remember, you can't tell whether someone is infected with HIV by
their appearance, and HIV can take many years to develop noticeable
symptoms. The ONLY way to be sure is to be tested and it doesn't cost
you anything but a few minutes of your time.
BASIC is now offering a FREE no-needle HIV test. OraSure is a sim-
ple and accuratee way of testing for HIV antibodies without involving nee-
dles or blood. OraSure resembles a-toothbr-usl with a cotton swab which
you will let rest between your cheek and gum for two minutes. The swab
is then sent to a lab for testing.
If you would like to be tested, call 785-1088 or come to the BASIC
office on any Monday. Wednesday, or Friday between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m.
BASIC is located at 410 Jenks Avenue, downtown Panama City, across
from the post office.
If you think AIDS is just a big-city problem, think again!
Thomas Pollock, 70, of Wewa-
hitchka, passed away Wednes-
day, June 10, in Panama City. A
native of Hackensack, New Jer-
sey. he served in the Merchant
Marines and worked in .real estate
in Atlanta before moving to SL
Joe Beach in 1981. He had been
a resident of Wewahitchka for the
past two years.
Survivors include his wife,
Myrtis Pollock of Wewahitchka:
his children, Mitchell Pollock of
Mexico Beach, Diane Harris of
Panama City. Deborah Halloway.
and Lisa Brock, both of Wewa-
hitchka; two grandchildren, Kris-
ta and Nichole Hensley: his sis-
ter, Micky Hulsey of Tom's River,
New Jersey- a special daughter-
In-law. Shanon Pollock: and a
special friend. Allen Brock of
A memorial service was held
at 4:00 p.m., ET, on Tuesday.
June 16, at the First Methodist
Church in Wewahitchka.
Services were provided by the
Comforter Funeral Home, Wewa-
hitchka Branch Chapel.
John Paul Devine, 64, of We-
wahitchka, died on Friday, June:
12, at his home. Born in High-
land, Indiana, he moved to Wewa-
hitchka in 1990. He was a retired
roller for Indiana Steel.
Mr. Devine was preceded in
death by his parents, Tom and
Nora Devine. He is survived by
his wife, Judy Devine of Wewa-
hitchka; three sons, Jule Devine
and. wife, Terri, from Blooming-
ton, California, John Devine and
wife, Mary, from DeMotte, India-
na, and Jeff Devine and wife,
Chris, of Gary, Indiana; one
daughter, Julie Johnson and
husband, Craig, of Highland
View; two brothers, Bill Devine
and wife, Blanche, of San Diego,
California, and Tom Devine of In-.
dianapolis, Indiana; one sister,
Gladys Norman of Highland, Indi-
ana; and six grandchildren, Jo-
lene, Jeanene, Leonard, Tabatha,
Michael, and Nicole.
All services were provided by
Inmates of the Gulf County jail are shown weeding some of the'
acreage being cultivated near Wewahltchka.
:- to Hold Outreach
Z eal -oaar
The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens will be conducting a neigh-
borhood outreach on June 25 in
North Port SL Joe from 10:00
a.m. until 12:00 noon.
They will be going door to
door to let people age 60 and over
know about the many services
available to them through the.
Senior Citizens Association, Inc.
Q. Please help me! We have five
children and one of them left
some gum in his pol]kt. Xe
no% have gum all over the
inside of our dryer. Can you
give me some information on
how to remove the gum? A
quick response is appreciated
since the laundry is piling up!
A. Yuck! Sort those clothes and
get ready to attack the laundry
baskets, because weive got the
answer for getting you out of
this sticky situation! Actually.
.you probably have the solution
right in your kitchen cup-
board-creamy peanut butter.
First. run the dryer on a heat set-
ting with nothing in it for about
five minutes. Then try to remove
'the thickest portions. Next, add
thei peanut* butter to cut the
sticky gum. Wipe clean with a
cloth or paper towel.
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to her at: Ask Carolyn.
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Richard A. Koch
S Richard A. Koch, 56, of Port
SL Joe. passed away Friday,
June 12, In Bay Medical Center.
Born In Albion, Michigan, he
moved to Port St. Joe in 1980
and was a clerk at the E-Z Serve
He was preceded In death by
his parents, Elva and Edward
Koch and a sister, Lillian Blodget.
Mr. Koch is survived by his wife,
Laura Koch of Port SL Joe; three
sons, Craig Koch and wife, Mary,'
of Battle Creek, Michigan, Paul
W. Tyson, and Stephen D. Tyson,
both of Tallahassee; two daugh-
ters, Nancy Katsuda and hus-
band, Mitch, of Detroit, Michigan,
and Heather Joy lTyson of Bristol;
five grandchildren, Stephen and
Jeremy Tyson. Victoria and Shel-
by Pitts, and Hanna Koch.
Graveside services were con-
ducted on Sunday., June 14, at
1:00 p.m, ET, in the Holly Hill
cemetery, with Rev. Bill Taylot of-
All services were handled by,
Watermelons are being grown at "Green Acres" and are almost ripe for harvest. Prisoners
will enjoy slices of cold melon which they've grown themselves.
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege and the Bay County Small
Business Incubator will be offer-
ing a hands on computer course
for "Quickbooks Pro 5.0 for Win-
dows." The course will be held
every Wednesday, beginning July
1 and ending July 29, from 8:00
to 11:00 a.m. In the Technology
Building. Room 218, of Gulf
Coast Community College. In-
struction will be provided by Teri
Mattson of Quick Solutions.
Topics to be covered include:
payroll and taxes, accounts re-
ceivable, accounts payable, creat-
ing estimates, job cost reports.
bank accounts and reconciliation,
Sand many others.
The cost for the seminar is
$99.00 per person. Registration
must be made in advance at the
Bay County Small Buslnss Incu-
bator, located at 2500 Minnesota
Avenue in Lynn Haven. Monday
through Fridays, from 8:00 a.m.
to 4:00 p.m. For more informa-
tion, please call (850) 271-1108.
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427 Colorado Drive PRE-CONSTRUCTION SALEII Quality Custom Built
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402 Georgia Ave. 3 Br 2 Ba mobile home w/20'X25' addition on 2
large lots (150'xl 00') w/fenced backyard area, large sun deck. Liv.
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1 AIDS Update
The Gulf County Health Department will be having
FREE PSA, Cholesterol and Colorectal cancer
screenings for men over 40 years old who have had
no previous history of prostate or colon cancer.
Place: Gulf County Health Deportment, Port St. Joe
Time- 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon EST
Days: Every Wednesday in the month of June
No Appointment Necessary
SPONSORS FOR FREE CLINIC:
Tom Todd of Tom Todd Realty
Rick Todd of Todd Land Development
Frankie Williams of Gulf Fabricating
Also Automotive Unlock Service
321-B Reid Avenue Port St. Joe'
(850) 227-3434 bus.
(850) 227-2587 home
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1998 PAGE 9A
Gowan Received National Distinguished Service Award
Coach Scott Gowan, the track School Sharks to state track and NFICA/NFIOA Director, Coach Port St Joe High School Prin-
igh School ilA Port St Joe, has five years In a row (four years in school athletics are truly deserv- extend his congratulations to
oeen nominated and selected by 3A and 97/98 in 2A). ing of our recognition and Coach Gowan and encourage him
he National Federation of Inter- In cross country, the Sharks w n T thanks." to keep up the good work.
scholastic Coaches Association
(NFICA) to receive the Section
Three Distinguished Service
Award for boys. track and field In
1998. Section Three includes the
states of Alabama, Florida, Geor-.
gla, Louisiana, Mississippi, North
Carolina, South Carolina,' and
Coach Gowan just completed
his 12th year at Port St. Joe High
School. During his tenure, PSJHS
has won seven dIstrict track and
field titles and one regional track
and field title. Coach Gowan has
also led the Port St. Joe High.
won one district title and finished
as a state runner up in 1996.
This past fall, the cross country
team won the state cross country
title for the first time ever.
The athletes he has coached
over the years, In both track and
field and cross country, have ex-
celled. In track and field, he has
coached :on high school All-
American, 31 state champions,
and 112 All-State athletes. In
cross country, he has coached
eight All-State athletes.
As stated by Don Sparks.
OF JULY \
^ Frank Pate Park, Port St. Joe:
5:00 p.m. ET Activities include music and games
including three-legged race, sack race, hula hoop, and
seed spitting contest There will be various food booths
available. At dark, the Port St. Joe High School ROTC will
present the flag in a, special ceremony. Veterans will be hon-
ored with special seating and recognition.
Lake Alice Park, Wewahitchka:
4:00 p.m. CT Activities include a Kids Day theme with
activities such as a three-legged and sack race in which rib-
bons will be given for first, second, and third places. There
will be various food booths available. After the firework dis-
play, which will be set off by the Wewahitchka Volunteer Fire
Department, there will be a street dance until midnight.
Canal Park, Mexico Beach:
7:00 a.m. CT Activities will begin with a fishing tournament for
kids. Later on, there will be a sail boat race, a 5k run in which
applications will be available soon, a apple pie contest, and a
sand sculpting contest. There will be live entertainment
throughout the day beginning at noon. Three trolleys will be
servicing participants with rides up and down Highway 98.
Volunteers are still needed to assist with various activities, if
interested or if any questions, call Carol or Dana at 648-
13061. Be sure to purchase your Fourth of July T-Shirts and
S ticket4 for prize giveaway. There are four major prizes,
including a Sony 8m Video camera, a pair of original art
& print's by Sandy Mullis, six hour fishing trip aboard the
A Hannah Grace, and 8200 cash.
FIREWORKS WILL BE
S IGNITED AT'DARK AT
ALL THREE LOCATIONFr !
What is a healthy weight
for you? Determining how much
you should weigh is not simply a
matter of looking at a height-
weight chart anymore. Although
your weight in numbers Is impor-
tant. it is not the whole story. The
amount of bone. 'muscle and fat
tells much more about body com-
position. The amount of fat you
carry is the critical measurement.
How much of you is made
of fat? A good indicator of how
much fat you carry is the Body
Mass Index (BMI). If you have a
calculator, you can easily deter-
mine vour BMI. Although it is not
a perfect measure, it will give you
a fairly accurate assessment of
how much of' your body is com-
posed of fat. For women, a healthy
BMI is between 20 and 28. For
men it should be between 15 and
22. A BMI above the healthy
range may mean that you need to
reduce your weight.
How to calculate your,
( body mass index: Follow these
three steps (you will need a calcu-
*Take :your weight ,.in
pounids--138 for example-and
divide by 2.2 to get your weight in
kilograms. The, weight for the
example will be 62.72 kilograms.
which you can round up to 63 to
make it easier to work with. This
is your "weight number".
S*Next, you need to convert
your height in inches to your
height in centimeters. This is
much easier than it sounds For
example, if you are a 5'3" woman,
your height is 63". f you multiply
'63 x 2.54 (which is the number of
centimeters per inch) your answer
5will be 160.02 centimeters, which
you can round-off to 160 centime-
Dr. GCary Grorman
For apppintments call:
*Now, you need to find out
how many meters 160 centime-
ters represents. To do this. divide
your height in centimeters by 100
(there are 100 centimeters per
meter). In the example, you would
take 160 and divide it by 100 to
get a sum of 1.6 meters.
*The next step is to square
your height in meters-in the
example 1.6 meters. That means
you need to multiply the sum by
itself., n the example. you would
multiply 1.6 x 1.6 to get an
answer of 2.56. This number is
your -height number".
*Divide your weight number
by your height number. In the
example you would divide 63 by
2.56 to arrive at a BMI of 24.6.
The woman in the example is in
the acceptable range. and does
not need to lose weight for health
Are you an apple or a
pear? Where you carry your
weight also has significance for
your health .
People who tend to put :on.
weight above the waist- "apple"
shaped people, may have a
greater chance of developing high
levels of "bad" cholesterol, hard-
ening of the arteries (which caus-
es the blood vessels in the heart
to harden and become narrow.
reducing blood flow), high blood
pressure and diabetes.
"Pear" shaped people carry
their extra weight below the
waistline, and don't seem to have
as high a risk of developing the
above conditions as "apples" do. .A
healthy waist/hip ratio for women
is .80 or below and for men 1.0 or
How to determine your
Cathie Ake, Misw, LCSIV'
Coach Scott Gowan
Gulf Rifle Club Plans
Matches for June 20th
The Gulf Rifle Club, will hold
two separate .22 rimfire rifle
matches, a BR-50 and a small-
bore metallic silhouette match on
:Saturday morning. June 20th.
Registration and set-up will start
at 8:30 and the BR-50 match will
begin at 9:30.
The BR-50 match is shot with
the rifle supported on a stable
Ibenchrest and consists of finng
25 or 50 shots depending on the
bullseye target the competitor
chooses to use. The match is very
challenging and will test your
ability in shooting.
The silhouette match will fol-
low the completion of the BR-50
,match and consists of 40 shots
fired at metal targets placed at 40,
60., 75, and, 10 y.ar.ds from Le e
finng line. All shots are fired from
.the standing position. Most any
.22 rifle is suitable for this match
and is a lot of fun to shoot.
Trophies will be awarded to
third place for each match. Cost
*Measure around the small-
est part of your waistline-don't
pull in. just stand relaxed. For
this example, assume you are a
woman with a 34" waist.
*Next. measure your hips at
the largest point. For this exam-
ple. that number is 43"
*Then, divide the waist mea-
surement by the hip measure-
ment. For this .example. you
would divide :34 by 43 to get the
sum of .79. The woman in this
example fits into the healthy
The Florida Department of
Agriculture's Division of Forestry
is lauding the success of a pro-
gram designed to control water
pollution associated with forestry
Florida's Best Management
Practices (BMP) Program, first
' established' in the 1970s, under-
went a' major,: revision in 1993
With, extensive input from the
environmental community. The
changes addressed concerns that
Limber and other forestry opera-
tions were damaging Florida's
water resources adjacent to the
-a'- A' two-year study has been
done on the BMP'Program to
answer an important question-
was it' working?' The results of
that first-of-its-kind study indi-
cate the answer is a resounding
The Division' of'Forestry is
responsible for developing. imple-'
menting and monitoring the Best
Management Practices Program,
Public and private, forestry opera-
tions are randomly selected to
monitor for compliance. On aver-
age, the compliance rate- is over
The study looked at the
amount and -type of living organ-
isms in water bodies before any
forestry' activity was- conducted
and again afterwards. The results
showed no change in the aquatic
Life of the water bodies.
is S4.00 per match, but shooters
under 18 will not be charged any
match fees. Call 229-8421 for
Last Saturday, the club held
its monthly .22 rimfire bullseye
and metallic silhouette pistol
matches. Robert Gay won the
bullseye match with a score of
824. Second place was won by
Houston Whitfield and third place
by Bobby Gay.
Dale Marshall and Bobby Gay
were tied with 11 targets each at
the completion of silhouette
match. Dale won the tie-breaker
to win the first place trophy,
Bobby was second and Calvin
Dean. shooting in his first match,
A basketball program, spon-
sored by the City of Port St. Joe
Recreation Department, began on
Monday, June 15.
This program will be held
from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Port
St. Joe Elementary School gym.
Fundamentals and team play will
be stressed. All children In third
through eighth grade are Invited
Beginning on Tuesday, June
23. the city of Port St. Joe will be-
gin its "Tuesday Night Track
Meets.' The meets will begin at
6:30 and will be conducted by
Port St. Joe High School track
and field coach Scott Gowan.
Ribbons will be awarded to
the top three performers in each
age group at the conclusion of
each meet. On July 28, medals
will be presented to the top three
performers in each age group for
scoring the most points overall
during the six meet series.
There is no cost to partici-
pate, and everyone is Invited to
attend. For additional Informa-
tion, please contact Coach Gowan
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Installation MNlobile Home Supplies
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Call: 639-5344 (store) or 639-3786 (home)
Membership Special J
at St. Joseph Bay
June 10 through July 31, 1998
available for a reduced price
of $200.oo plus one quarter dues in advance.
FORMER IN AREA MEMBERS renew your
membership for $100.oo plus one quarter dues
An Application Must Be Completed. Any
Outstanding Balances Must Be Rectified
Upon Completion of Application.
FOR INFORMATION CALL 229-7119
Equal Opportunity Consideration on All Membership Applications
Now hiring part time golf shop position
Tips to Find A Healthy Weight For You
ann'oounce the opening of their private
practice in Gulf County-
TOIN THE CARING TEAM
Due to continued growth, we immediately seek the ser-
vices of two (2) progressive, enthusiastic ACCOUNTANTS.
This is an excellent opportunity for experienced individu-
als with a commitment to excellence and a desire to work
in an open, friendly environment. These positions offer
competitive salaries and comprehensive benefit packages.
Please forward Resume' and Salary requirement to:
P.O. Box 70
Port St. Joe, FL 32457
PAGE 10A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1998
St. Joe Finishes Second In Tourney
i f rl c I Unll vr 1..V.' Port St. Joe's Dixie Boys'
(Tendr Loving Care) league champions, "Piggly
enfer Loving Care) Wiggly", took a second place fin-
ish in the First Place Teams
These days this special ingredient is getting Tournament for the southern
harder and harder to find. Everyone seems to be in division of Florida Dixie Boys
too big a hurry or too busy to really care. Not so at District II following Friday night's
our pharmacy. We know that you have entrusted us loss to Apalachicola.
with your better health when you bring a The local team received a bye
prescription to us. last Wednesday night (having
already defeated Bayou George,
T.L.C. is an important part of every prescription $ Springfield, and Apalachicola)
we fill. You can depend upon us to take the same while Apalachicola defeated
care for you as we do for our own self and family. Bayou George 15-1 in the loser's;
elimination game. The game was
called after five innings due to the
WE PROUDLY ACCEPT A.N. RAILROAD, 10 run mercy rule.
AND FLORIDA COAST PAPER COMPANY Port St. Joe 3, Apalachicola 4
PRESCRIPTION CARDS. The Piggly Wiggly team began
SThursday night's game in hopes
of wrapping up the tourney unde-:
Stts Drug Store 1feated. only to go home with a.
** J U zM e tLL9 rU r heartbreaking one run loss.
31 In this tightly-matched play-
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strike-outs, while giving up eight
a 8m m e .:. u! u. a walks. and allowing only four'
B lg a i B lgl hits. Two batsmen reached abase
Florida Coast 2-0 In Majors
Tournament of Champions
Port St. Joe Dixie Baseball'
Major League champions "Florida
Coast Paper Company" began
play in the Dixie Youth District IV
Major League First Place 'Teams
Tournament last weekend in
The scheduled opening game
of the tourney was ruled a forfeit
win to Franklin County after it
was learned that Wewahitchka
was unable to field the number of
players required to begin play.
The 7:00 (ET) Saturday game,
saw Callaway take an overwhelm-
ing 28-1 win from Bayou George's
first place major league team.
Port St. Joe 16, Springfield 8
In the nightcap, Port St. Joe
claimed a 16-8 regulation game
victory over Springfield.
After a slow beginning, not
posting a score in the first two
innings, the Florida Coast bats
spoke up to drive through 11 of
their 16 hits in the game.
Springfield was unable to send
them to the field until after 12
runners had crossed the plate.
Kenny McFarland pitched the
distance of the game, striking out
seven, walking only two, and
allowing eight hits.
Florida Coast hitters were led
by Shawn Reynolds with a home
run and two singles. He was fol-
lowed by Kale Guillot with a home
run and a double, Stephen
Tarantino with two doubles,
McFarland and Cody Strickland,
each with a double and a single.
Joshua Malnor picked up two sin-
gles, Bennie Tiller, a double, and
Jordan Todd, a single.
Port St. Joe 10, Parker 0
Port St. Joe's Florida Coast
team took a commanding 10-0
win from the home team. Parker,
Monday night In a 10-riun rule
shortened game. Play was halted
In the bottom of the fifth.
Going the distance on the
mound for St. Joe was Shawn
Reynolds. He struck out six and
only walked two In his no-hitter.
outing. The defensive alignment
offered Reynolds good support,
only committing one error.
Leading hitters for the team
were Kenny McFarland with three
singles. Reynolds with a home
run and a double. Cody
Strickland with a home run and a
single, and Kale Guillot with two,
singles. Stephen Tarantino and
Jordan Todd added a single each.
SIn Other Tourney Games
Monday night's second game'
saw Franklin County drop to the
loser's bracket after a 11-2 loss to
The early game Tuesday was
scheduled to pit the tourney
opener's loser against Bayou
For the deal of your life,
JAMES C. "BO" BRAY
2251 W. 23rd St.
PANAMA CITY, FL 32405
George. Due to the Wewahitchka
team pulling out of competition.
Bayou George received a win by
In an extra innings' nightcap
game Tuesday night against
Parker, Franklin County came out
on top 9-8 in the ninth.
Completion of the Tourney
Wednesday night, Florida
Coast was scheduled to face its
stiffest competition yet in a 9:00
game against Callaway. The early
* game pitted Springfield against
Bayou George in an elimination
game of the loser's bracket.
The Port St. Joe/Callaway
loser will meet Franklin County in
Thursday's 7:00 game, while its
winner will play the Springfield/
Bayou George winner at 9:00.
Thursday night's winners will
play-off for the championship on
A Florida Coast runner slides s
against Parker Monday evening.
Teams are E
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka
Dixie Baseball Minor League
(AAA) champions, "Legal Lasers"
and "Fisher's Construction.", were
both taken out of the double elim-
Sination District IV AAA First Place
Teams Tournament that began
last Saturday in Callaway.
Fisher's Construction was
eliminated following losses
Saturday and Monday to Parker
and Callaway's teams.
Legal Lasers Stats
In the tourney opener
':,Saturday. June 6th. the Port St.
Joe team prevailed in a 5-2 win
over Callaway. Chaes Tharpe led
,his team from the mound
throughout the game striking out
10, while walking only two and
giving up seven hits.
Picking up hits for the team
were Mica Ashcraft. and Zack
Norris with two each and Tharpe.,
Troy Davis, Jimmy Gibson, and
Shawn Chehardy with one apiece.
The Legal Lasers took their
first loss in the tourney in the
early game Monday, the 8th,
when Franklin County's team
claimed a 3-5 win.
SPitching duties were shared
by Cody Varner (2), Mica Ashcraft
(1), and Zeke Stevens (2). Varner
struck out three, walked four and
gave up two hits. Ashcraft walked
one and gave up two hits. Stevens
struck out three, walked one and
allowed one hit.
Friday (and possibly', again,
Saturday) at 8:00 (ET).
Everyone is invited and
encouraged to make the short
drive to Parker to support the
Gulf County team. A SI donation
will be asked of those attending
after being hit by a pitch.
Although St. Joe's defensive
team left 12 of the opposing run-
ners on the bases, four were able
to reach home and score during
the seven innings of play.
plate was Terrance Chambers
who singled on a left field hit, and
advanced to third on a deep fly
single to center field by Preston
Allyn. Allyn was tagged out
enroute to second.
when only two runners scored in
the top of the seventh.
Adam Hamm started the
game on the mound and pitched
through the fourth inning, when
he was relieved by Michael :
Kneeling from left: Byron Jones, Christopher Knox, Michael Manley, T. C. Chambers, and Adam Hamm.
Standing, from left, R. D. Davis. Chad Haddock, Preston Allyn, Brandon Lyle, Samuel Bell, Bryan Thomas
and manager Dwayne Bell.
The turning point in the game
came when Piggly Wiggly's batters
stepped up to the plate In the top
of the sixth: they were down 3-2
on the scoreboard. First at the
St. Joe & Wewa Dixie AA
To Start Districts Saturday
The Port St. Joe and Saturday will include Callaway
Wewahitchka DixLe Baseball AA (7 versus Port St. Joe at 5 p.m..
& 8 year old) All Stars will begin Franklin County versus Wewa-
play in District IV's double elimi- hitchka at 7 p.m., and Parker ver-
nation tournament this Saturday sus Bayou George at 9 p.m. All
in Springfield. times listed are eastern.
Games scheduled for The winners of Game # 1 and
#2 will face off on Monday evening
at.9 p.m.' (ElT; the losers will play
Tuesday at 7 p.m. The Saturday
nightcap victor will meet
Springfield, who received a bye, in
+ Sata 7 p.m. Monday game.
: Everyonre is invited. and
Encouraged to make the short
Drive to Springfield Saturday and
throughout the following week'
(until Friday, or possibly
Saturday) and support your
favorite Gulf County team. A 81
donation will be asked of those
attending the tourney.
To reach the field, turn left at,
the traffic light on Tyndall
Parklwvay, just before you reach,
WalMart. At the first stop sign.
safely into home in their game turn left, then take the first right
(Martin Dr.) from which you can
see the facility.
st P e Port St. Joe's AA All Star team
First Place, members who will participate In
... M- v Athe tourney include Mason
lim in ated Adkison. Blake Barnes. Britton
II Id Brown, Eric.Brumbaugh, Jamie
ve his wee dri ogh Cawthron, Adam Cooper, Sam
Five hits ere drivePhillip Fuze, Matthew
for St. Joe by Chaes Tharpe (two). Gannon, Matthew .Hunter,
Ashcraft (two) and Troy Davis DeSean North, Justin Pierce and
(one). Matthew Wright.
St. Joe's Minor League The team is coached by man-
Champions were eliminated from ager Chuck Tharpe and assis-
further play following a 14-0 loss tants John Wright and Martin
to Callaway on Tuesday. The. Adkison.
game was halted after four
innings of play due to the 10-Ttn Wewahitchka's AA All Star
rule. Callaway would continue on team includes Jonathan Adkison,
out of the loser's bracket to pull Cody Andrews, Tyler Bush,
off a tourney championship. Dustin Beatty, Andrew Dorman,
Lega Lasers' pitchers Troy Phillip Fleming., Summer Grice,
Legav, S ae ..s adI Blake Lincoln, Derek McNamara,
Davis, Zeke Stevens and Chaes Christopher Parmele, Stetson
Tharpe worked from the mound in Troy Suber and Mary
this loser's bracket elimination Taunton
game. All total, they struck out Taunton ,
eight batters, while walking eight Wewa's team is coached by
and giving up seven hits. manager Jeff Andrews and assis-
tants Carl Suber and Mitch Rich.
Picking up one hit each for
the St. Joe team were Tharpe,
Cody Varner and Bobby Kitchensh a the
Members of the Legal Lasers'ou
team not aforementioned are
Lance Watson and Brand6n
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Next in the batter's box was
Adam Hamm who took Lhe
Apalachicola pitcher to deep cen-
ter field for an apparent home
run. However, at mid-pitch the
home plate umpire called out a
"balk" resulting in a controversial
and incorrect reversal of the home
Chambers was brought in
from third on the balk to tie the
score at 3-3. but the team was
unable to regroup and record any
additional runs in the game.
Apalachicola picked up the tie-
breaking run on a homer in the
bottom of the sLxth.
Michael Manley was the lead-
ing hitter posting a double and a
single, followed by Hamm with
two singles. Sam Bell added a sin-
gle for the St. Joe team.
port St. Joe 5. Apalachicola 9
Thursday night's 4-3 loss
resulted in Port St. Joe playing a
final championship game Friday
night against Apalachicola. The
local team was unable to string
together enough hits to put run-
ners across the plate, and
dropped to second place following
a 9-5 loss.
The teams' scores held tight
at 2-3., 2-4, then 3-4 (St. Joe trail-
Ing) through the first four and
one-half innings before Apalachi-
cola rallied in the bottom of the
fifth, scoring five. Piggly Wiggly's
attempt at a comeback fell short
Manley. He reentered the game in
the midst of the fifth, when
Manley reported difficulties with
his pitching arm.
Hamm recorded six strike-
outs and no walks, while giving
up nine hits. and hitting one bats-
man with a pitch. Manley walked
two. hit'one batsman and gave up
Piggly Wiggly's leading hitter
was Manley who recorded a dou-
ble and two singles. He was fol-
lowed by Chad Haddock with two
singles, Christopher Knox with a
double, and Hamm with a single.
The coaches and players of
the Piggly Wiggly team would like
to thank their sponsor. George
Duren, and the community for
the support received during the
regular season and the tourna-
The officers of PSJ Dixie
Baseball appreciate the assis-
tance of the following: Port St. Joe
Fire Department (watering field),
Recreation Director Charles
Gathers (field maintenance),
Sammie Williams (concession
chairman), Phil Earley of St. Joe
Rent-All (donated use of cook's
canopy). Frankie Williams of Gulf
Fabricating (loaning of grill and
scaffolding for press box), Benny
Roberts (announcer). Girls'
Softball League (loan of speaker
system), and Gulf Co. Schools
(use of restroom facilities).
Views On 6Dental Health
FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D.
So-called baby (or prima- the loss) a space maintainer
ry) teeth are more important should be utilized.
than most people think. They This is a simple yet
are actually the first line of sophisticated wire, shaped
defense of the mouth. They and tempered after being sol-
are space holders essential dered to one or more bands,
to maintain the integrity of the depending upon which
mouth arch. spaces are to be maintained.
If a primary tooth is lost, In the case of loss of a
teeth opposite and on both first "permanent" molar, this
sides can "drift" toward the is almost always recommend-
void and the dental structure ed, until the rest of the teeth
on that side of the mouth can erupt and a replacement can
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1998 PAGE 1B
Old Burying Ground
This Gateway to Old St. Joseph's Cemetery Marks the
Only Remaining Vestige of Old City Once Said to be
"Fastest Growing City in Florida"; Fast Enough to Host
Committee-Formed to Draft New State's First Constitution
M0. V aesuS' a to 7 mee-r ww
Entrance to old cemetery which
has been made into a park by
the St. Joseph Historical Society
preserving the past of Old St.
Joseph for posterity.
Two headstones-the one on the left a replica and the
one on the right appears to be the original-mark two burial
spots near the entrance to the old cemetery. The one on the
left identifies the burial plot of Jacob A. Blackwell, age 51,
who died at the height of the epidemic, July 24, 1841. The
marker on te right is that of his sister, Amelia B. Blackwell
who died July 29, 1841 at the age of 47.
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The Old Saint Joseph Ceme-
tery, located on the Old Cemetery
Road off of Garrison Avenue, is
all that's left of what once was
possibly the fastest growing and
most fashionable city in Florida.
Although It's a familiar sight
to most of Port St. Joe's locals,
many newcomers to the area
don't know about It. Because It's
shrouded by brush and pine
trees, most people just drive right
by it, totally unaware even of its
existence and, more importantly,
of its significance.
The cemetery is the mute
legacy of a town and era long
since passed away. However, in
order for one to truly grasp the
significance of this small, often
forgotten, piece of land,, one
must look at the city it was
created for, the city of Old St.
In 1835, the U.S. Supreme
Court awarded ownership of 1.25
million acres of land, including
what is now the city of Apalachi-
cola, to the Forbes Company. dis-
placing many of the settlers living
in that area. These settlers relo-
catqd to the area which became
The new city grew rapidly,
and its population and influence
Increased exponentially. Within
Just three years, the city had
grown large enough to host the
Florida Constitutional Convention
in 1838, playing an Important
role in Florida politics at that
Many of the citizens of Old
St. Joseph were 'wealthy, well-
to-do individuals who imparted
an air of sophistication and
style to the city. St. Joseph, at
its peak, was actually quite
metropolitan in nature, offering
entertainment of every variety.
and bursting with activity and
In addition to the natural-
beauty of the area, the city could
boast of ho less than six swank
--hotels, -two racetracks; and a
theatre, and it had one of the na-
tion's very first railroads. It could
also claim a daily newspaper,
many flourishing businesses, and
numerous other attractions.
Old St. Joseph was a chic,
fashionable town that rivaled
some of America's major cities In
both charm and commerce, but
several events led to its decline.
In 1841, an epidemic of yel-
many lives and
was the beginning
of the end for
Old St. Joseph.
Burial tombs, such as these, were built secretary of the Lake Wimico and lola Rail-
around several graves, believed to be well-to- road, newspaper editors of Washington, Apa-
do people of the era. Their identification lachicola and Marianna and two doctors are
markers were eroded to the point of being on the list which stands at the entrance to
unreadable. Such luminaries as a signer of the cemetery.
the Constitution, Governor Duval's wife, the
low fever ravaged St. Joseph,
killing hundreds and frighten-
ing off those that were left. Lat-
er that. year, a fire totally de-
stroyed part of the old city.
These incidents, in conjunction
with the financial hardships
caused by the Panic of 1837,
took their toll on St. Joseph,
. and the city began to crumble.
. The devastating hurricane that
swept through later on was the
end of Old St. Joseph. Although
people still lived in the area,
i the 'fastest growing city in
Florida' simply didn't exist any-
The Old St. Joseph Cemetery
is the only part of that town that
still exists. Time has removed
According to a document pro-
vided by the St. Joseph Historical
Society, the fenced portion of the
cemetery is only a small part of.:
the original burial ground of St.
Joseph. Other victims of the yel-
low fever epidemic are said to
have been buried In mass, un-
marked graves in the surround-
ing area, but this has yet to be
The restoration of the old ce-
metery began In 1959, with the
founding of the St. Joseph Histor-
ical Society. The purpose and
continuing project of the Society
is the constant care and beautifi-
cation of the cemetery. Over the
years, the society has done sever-
al things to accomplish this.
The cemetery now possess-
es a gazebo and a guestbook
that visitors from all over
America and from many foreign
countries have signed. A circu-
lar walkway, that the Society
commissioned, winds through
the cemetery, and there are in-
formational plaques placed in
the' gazebo and at different lo-
cations on the grounds.
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The St. James Episcopal
Church is providing a ministry. to
children who need help but' are
unable to pay for it, Rev. Jerry
Huft told the Rotary Club last
"The money. to finance such
an operation came from the Jes-
sie Ball duPont foundation. This
source of money has been availa-
ble to churches for' some time,
but since there is no money made
available to provide bricks and
mortar, it was largely forgotten by
churches,"' he said. "We discov-
ered that it was available to pro-
vide such operations as we are
running and applied, successful-
The program has been in op-
eration for three years, now, and
has been enlarged from' strictly a
summer program for about 25
kids, to an after school, year-
round help program., manned
largely by volunteers. .
"At first, we just taught kids
how to behave themselves, and
furnished a supervised area to
play," Rev. Huft said. 'Then, we
noticed some"*'came without first
having breakfast We started fur-
nishing breakfast. Then we start-
ed serving lunch and a snack."
The entire program is geared
to underprivileged children, and
furnished tutoring of their school
subjects to after school care.
Rev. Huft said the program
has managed to stay afloat but .
their grant' runs out this year.
'"We have applied for' another
grant, but even if we get It, the
grant doesn't pay for the entire
program and we're a small con-
gregalion with a large building
payment. We can't expand much
without help from outside," Huft
said. The speaker stressed how
much the program is needed by
the community "whether it is fur-
nished by our church or anoth-
' er," he said.
Guests of the club were Jim
Mann of Panama City and Joe
Danford of Port St. Joe.
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These Photographs Were Taken on a
Furnished to The Star to be Printed
Ashton M. Davis, 4, the daugh-
ter of David and Elizabeth Da-
vis of Port St. Joe.
Morgan, 2, the son of Ken and
Valeria Kennington of Port St.
0 0 .
Visit by a Studio and
in the Newspaper
Davida, "5, and Kaleb, 19 Briana, 2, the daughter of Ke-
months, the children of Steve vin and Cindy Thomas of Port
and Kim Odom of Port St. Joe.,. St. Joe.
Thomas Logan,. 5 weeks, the:
'son of Eddie and Georgette
Haddock of Port St. Joe.
David Scott, 2 & 1/2, the son
of Susan and Roy Causey of
Katie Nobles. 11 weeks, the Austin, 12, the son of Carol and,
daughter of Bobby and Kim No- David Horton, and Brian, 12,
bles of Port St. Joe. : the son- of rGai and,' Mark
S Jones, all of Port St. Joe.
(More pictures wll be printed in next week's tssue)
Florida Ranked No. 1 In
Children's Meal Programs
Florida ranks first in the na-
tion for its expansion of the feder-
ally funded Summer Food Service
Program. A new report, released
by the Food Research and Action
Center (FRAC) in Washington,
,, D.C. documents Florida's dramat-
ic Increased' in the number of
children reached by the program
from 1996 to 1997.
The report indicates that
Florida now reaches a greater
percentage of children than any
other state in the country, with
nearly two out of five of those eli-
In 1997, The Florida Summer.
.Food Program Increased its aver-
age daily attendance by 57% .to
335.659" children,, a gain of
121.837 children in one summer.
The dramatic Increase is .a result
of an aggressive outreach cam-
paign initiated in February, 1997,
by the Florida Department of Ed-
ucation and the Florida Impact,
Education Fund. to reach more of
Florida's eligible children.
Summer meals are often the
anchor around which summer
education, literacy, recreation,
and violence prevention activities
are. built. .....
"I am proud that Florida is
leading the nation with our ef-
forts to reach hungry .children
during, the summer months,"
Florida Education Commissioner
Frank Brogran said. "Children
who are properly nourished are
more likely to pay attention and
succeed in school. We want to
make sure that every eligible
child has access to 'the Summer
Food Service Program."
The Florida Lottery .is the
newest partner in the state's out-
reach efforts and will be under-.
writing public service announce-
ments to promote the Summer
Food Hotline. Operated by the
Florida Impact Education Fund,
this is a toll-free number that
families can call to find the Sum-
mer Food site nearest their home.
'The strong commitment you '
see here is the reason Florida has
Taken the lead In ensuring that
nutrition doesn't take a summer
break when our kids do." said Dr.
Marcia Mann, Secretary of the
Florida Lottery. 'The Florida Lot-
tery is proud to be a part of this
excellent program." By calling 1-
800-224-3470, families will be
matched to one of the 2.000 sites
across the state.
IDuring .the' regular school
year, 900,000 Florida children
are eligible for free or reduced
price meals.' For many of these
children, school vacation may
:represent a hungry time. The Sec-
ond Harvest National Food Bank
Network recently released a re-
port that found among- food
banks reporting seasonal re-
quests for emergency food, nearly
half (47%) found that requests for
food for children go up in the
summer when school is out.
The Summer Food Service
Program is designed to provide
food services at no cost to chil-
dren 18 and younger in areas
where poor economic conditions
exist. School boards, camps, pri-
vate non-profit agencies, local..
government agencies and church- |
es utilize the program to pick up
where the regular school lunch
program leaves off.
SdThe Summer Food Program is
administered nationally by the:',
United States Department of Agri-
culture and within the Florida 1
Department of Education's Food !
and Nutrition Management sec-
Although the program guar- |
antees funding for all eligible chil-
dren, it is not being utilized to its
fullest. Florida, which has the
highest participation rate in the !
country, reached only about two
out. of every five eligible children
"Children on summer break
should still be learning-
education and growth do not stop
durig te smme mothsOmsid
during the summer months," said
Dr. Debra Susie,
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GPH Dedicates New Flagpole
Mayor Johnny Linton was the
keynote speaker at a special cere-
mony held on June 12 at Gulf
Pines Hospital to dedicate the in-
stallation of its new flagpole.
Mayor Linton put aside his
prepared speech and spoke from
his heart about the meaning that
the American flag has for him,
Mayor Linton, who served as
a U.S. Marine during the Vietnam
S Mayor Johnny Linton dedicates a new flagpole at Gulf
Pines Hospital as Ken Dykes, hospital administrator and the
hospital staff listens to his address.
S ulf County's Public Defend
er, Janice Scheffer, spoke to th
Kiwanis Club Tuesday, tellin
them the 'ins' and ',outs' of th
court office and how it operates.
First, Mrs. Scheffer told th
club members that since the "Mi
randa ruling" every arrested per
son Is given the right by feders
law to be represented by an attor
ney. whether or not the person
can pay for such representation.
"The presiding judge decide
whethMror not the, defendant I
eligible- to be represented by th
, Public Defender. There is no se
pattern of whether or not a defen
dant Is eligible for the court offi
cer to furnish him a defense. If h
Is eligible, there Is no cost to th
defendant," Scheffer said.
Scheffer's office is in the Gu]
The majority of defendant
have their cases decided on a
plea bargain basis. "It would bi
an impossibility toryevery casi
in. a court trial," she said.
There Is a census of 25 to 4(
in: the Gulf County jail at al
times, awaiting trial. Defendants
depending on the Public Defende
to represent him, must stay in
jail until his case comes to trial
'There is no air conditioning 'i
the Gulf County Jail, so the wai
can. seem like an eternity. Fo:
that reason we attempt to ge
them tried within 60 days," Schef
fer said. "A defendant can auto
matically ask for one appeal an<
The Gulf County Senior Citi-
)* zens will be selling delicious taco
salads on June 26 from 11:00
a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the new
Senior Citizens Center In Port St.
They will be delivering to lo-.
cal businesses. Orders may be
called in to 229-8466 no later
than 10:00 a.m. on June 26.
The public is invited to come
to the center and pick up a salad
e to go or stay and enjoy one in the
g air-conditioned center.
e. All proceeds will be used to
help pay off the mortgage on the
e new center. Your help is. as al-
I- ways. greatly appreciated.
The 1998 Constitution believe
Revision Commission was recent- service(
ly convened to consider amend- compe
ments to the Florida Constitution of doi
Including tax issues. One of the reduce
proposals considered by the com- T
mission is a state sales tax on Comm
services. In 1987 the state legisla- posal
tive passed, and then a few' on the
months later repealed, the :con- vices t
troversial services tax. comm
The law placed a state sales issue
tax on many services not previ- posal.
ously taxed such as banking, T]
Insurance, accounting and per- a prol
sonal services. The tax proved constil
very unpopular and considered ture c
not good for business In Florida. the' d
Job growth in Florida is amend
coming largely from the service not see
sector of the economy. Many consid
e that any attempt to tax
es will make Florida less
stilive and drive up the cost
ng business in Florida. and
e job opportunities.
he Constitution Revision
mission initially passed pro-
6 to place an amendment
e ballot regarding the ser-
ax. After heated debate, the
mission reconsidered the
and then defeated the pro-
his Issue will not appear as
posed amendment to the
:ution in 1998. The legisla-
an pass a services tax as
id in the past without an
Iment. Currently there does
em to be any momentum to
er the issue.
Boyd's Staff to
Set Up Monthly
Visits to PSJ
U.S. Representative Allen
Boyd (D-North Florida) an-
nounced on Monday, June 15,
that staff will be visiting Port St.
Joe on the third Friday of every
month so that the people of the
Gulf County will have the oppor-
tunity to discuss in person the is-
sues which concern them.
"I think that it is important
for my staff to be accessible to the
citizens of North Florida since we
are here to serve them," said
Boyd. "I want to make sure that
my office and I maintain a close
relationship with all the commu-
nities that I represent."
A representative of Rep.
Boyd's staff will be at the 'Gulf
County court house In the down-
stairs conference room from 9:00
a.m. to 11:30 a,m., ET. on the
third Friday of every month,
starting on June 15.
war said, "Our flag has flown
through many wars. Many have
died to preserve its ideals. There
were times, as when I served.
that it seemed to be tattered.
scorned, and torn. .Yet it still
flies as a symbol of our liberty
and of the greatness of our coun-
Mayor Linton's remarks were
followed by a beautiful and mov-
ing rendition of the national an-
them sang by Brenda O'Barr.
While Ms. O'Barr sang. Port St.
Joe High School ROTC color
guard members Nancy VanHeld-
en, Heather Hayden. Christa
Dykes, T. J. Hightower. Tyier
Lane, and Cassie Egler, under the
direction of ROTC Director Gary
Howze, raised the American and
Tessa Goff, Gulf Pines Hospi-
tal Assistant Administrator, gave
a brief recitation about the Ameri-
can flag and its importance to our
way of life. Dr. Vince Ivers, Presi-
dent of the Gulf Pines Medical
Staff, expressed his appreciation
to the community for its support
of the hospital and commented,
"The dedication of this new flag is
our way of renewing our commit-
ment to be an active part of this
community and to serve its needs
to the best of our ability."
Hospital Administrator Ken
Dykes, Sr. thanked Dick Walker,
and the others whose donations
made the installation of the new
flag pole possible. On a personal
note, he said, "I've spent a num- -
ber of July 4ths in places where,
our flag didn't fly, in places where
our liberties didn't apply. .This
flag and all the other like it mat-
ter because they proclaim the ex-
Istence of 'one nation, under God,
Indivisible, with liberty and Jus-
tice for all.' I'm thankful to live In
a community where these values
are reinforced every day, among
people who care for each other,
for their community, and for their
Rev. Chris Summerlin, the
youth pastor of the Worship Cen-
iter Church in Wewahitchka, gave
the invocation and closing
The ROTC color guard
hoists the flag for the first time
on the hospital's new flagpole.
WHS Class of
The Wewahitchka High
School Class of 1968 is planning
a reunion on Saturday. July 11.
Anyone who would like to join in
the festivities is encouraged to at-
tend. This Includes teachers, ad-*
ministrators, and members of
other graduating classes. :
p Help is needed in locating the
following graduates: Larry Hodg-
es, Rosie May Jackson, Glenda
Mullinax. Eugene Rouse. Jr.,
George Whltfleld. Jesse Womack.
and Edna Wymes.
If you have any information
on the above named people or
'would like to attend the reunion,
please contact Carole Kelley at
639-2855 or see Jerry Gaskin at
Wewahitchka State Bank.
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 18. 1998
A Muppet-style musical, enti-
tied "King Of The Jungle," will be-
performed at Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church on Saturday, June 27
at 11:00 a.m. in the sanctuary.
The musical is being spon-
sored by LABC's children's minis-
tries and performed by Creative
Ministries of Pensacola. Everyone
is welcome to attend; this musical
is meant for children of all ages
Note of Thanks
We would like to praise God
and thank all of our brothers and
sisters in Christ for your prayers
and kindness during our time of
Because of all of you, we were
not forced to face this alone. The
comfort and peace we've received
from each one of you has truly
Church of God
The members of the Highland
View Church of God would like to
invite everyone to get "Hooked on
Jesus" the week of June 29 to
July 3. Classes will be held for
children ages two through 12. All
activities will begin at 6:00 and
end at 8:00 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.
There will be "Ice Fishing" and
snow cones at the pre-
registration for Vacation Bible
Sch.ool,which will be held on Sat-
urday, June 27, at 10:00 a.m.
The Highland View Church of
God is located at 482 Pompano
been a blessing from God.
Once again, from the bottom
of our hearts, Thank you.
Gall Martin and Family
JESUS HOUSE OF PRAYER CHURCH
Corner of 522 Kenny Street & N. Garrison Avenue
PASTOR: MINISTER OF MUSIC:
WILEY HoPPS CLARA HOPPS
"CRY LOUD SPARE NOT, SHOW MY PEOPLE THEIR TRANSGRESSIONS." ISIAH 58
A. you choose this day who you will serve. Joshua 24:15
B. now is the time, today is the day. Heb. 3:7-8
C. search the scriptures; St. John 5:39
D. all scripture is'given by the inspiration of GOD. 2Tim. 3:16 ,,
E. prepare to meet'GOD! wash you, make clean. St. John 15:3
F perilous time shall come. 2 Tim 3:1-7
YOU MUST BE BORN AGAIN ARE YOU? IF YES, YOU CAN ANSWER THESE
QUESTIONS BY GODS WORD BEING APPLICABLE TO YOUR LIFE?
1. Jesus only is GOD?- ,,
2. Only one baptism,.'ini Jesus name?
3. Only one doctrine of divinity? .
4. The evidence of the Holy Ghost?
5 The relationship of tongues and the Holy Ghost?
Just a minimal introduction to stir up your pure minds, because the half has not
been told. We have hardly tapped into the resivor of ihe WORD OF GOD
Think of these things. Phil. 4:8
Hear the conclusion of'the whole matter. Ecc. 12:13-14
You shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free. Psalms 119:160:
Make your calling, and election sure. 2 Peter 1:8-10
Come now, let us reason together, saith the Lord. Isiah 1:18
BEACH BAPTIST CHAPEL
311 Columbus St. St. Joe Beach, FL 32456
;1 A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE LORD
S'MOIRNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM ET' EVENING WORSHIP 6:00 PM ET
M Sunday School 9:45 am Discipleship Training 5:00 pm Sun. Evening
Wed. Night at 7:00 pm. Youth Group Meeting, Bible Study & Prayer Meeting
"O taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man thl.ar rrstcri in Him."
Please accept this invitation to join us in worship. God bless von!
Pastor David Nichols Church 647-5026 Home 769-8725
For information concerning our bus ministry, please call 647-5026 -
First Pentecostal Holiness Church
,2001 Garrison Avenue Port St.Je o '
Church Office 227-1493 Gus Carpenter, Pastor,
Sunday School ....... . .. 45 am. i.
Sunday Morning r worship .. .. 1-00 a "
SSunday Evening'Service .i.:. . . 6:30 p.m
Wednesday ..: . . .. :00 p.m.
We Invite You to Come
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
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9 a.m. Sunday 9030 a.m.
6 p.m. Wednesday
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P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32457
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN, GULF COUNTY
ST. JAMES' 800 22nd STREET PORT ST. JOE
7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (ED
'Sunday 'School 9:45.
ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.m. (CT)
THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor'
Discover God's love!
Discover God's love!
BAPTIST CHURCH ,
1601 Long Avenue Pbrt St Joe 229-8691
Worship Sundays at 11 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Bible Study, Sundays at 9:45 a.m. & 5 p.m. (for all ages)
Wednesday Children & Youth Missions at 7 p.m.
Prayer & Bible Study at 7 p.m.
Adult Praise Choir at 8 p.m.
Curtis Clark, pastor
Mark Jones, minister of music & youth
Pastor Waldrop and Family
Waldrop Becomes Pastor
of Highland View Baptist
The members of the Highland and Lucus, came here from Mart-
View Baptist Church would like' anna, Arkansas.
to announce the arrival of their
new pastor, Judson Waldrop, and, Pastor,, Wadrop began his
his family. He. his wife, Donna, ministry at Highland View on
and their children. Magan. Seth, June 10.
My Father's House
In the International,
Version, John '14:2 reads,
S. '' "There are many rooms in
my Father's house .. '
.l My older brother joined
Sthe army when I.'was 15.
This left me with a room of
.my own. Among my posses-
Ssions on my dresser was a
O e .. 4 Bible. It was given to me,
,,d Oliver F. Taylor .when -1I joined the church
ViUnittioed Miethodist C.ehurch FirstIwas 1. began to
United Methodist Church read this book in earnest
and became fascinated With the life of Jesus.
I loved my earthly father, and it became easy to
love my Father in he vien. I liked my earthly home,
and our family worshipped together on Sundays.
Our dining room was a place where Dad would not
begin a meal without offering thanks to God.
'Our earthly house also was our Father's house.
My earthly father died forty five years ago, but he
still 1 fingers in my heart. Father's Day is a great time
for memory, and I have, some great memories.
Preach-A-Thon '98 will be 6
held at the Frank Pate Park on
June 27. During this event, the'
community will also ,be blessed
with a variety of Christian vocal-
ists, musicians, puppeteers, and
* dramatists. The Preach-A-Thon
Mexico Beach; Rev. James Wiley,
tlhe assistant pastor of Oak Grove
Assembly: Bob Coutu, the pastor
of Lighthouse Ministries of
Gainesville: and Paul Presnell, a
soloist from First Baptist Church.
will begin at 5:00 p.m. and end at Also featured will be Rev.
dark. Everyone In the community Carl Bailey of Mt. Zion Baptist
i' s Invited to attend. Church of Apalachicola; Gloria
The following people will be Fennel], a soloist from Body of
speaking or performing at the Christ Church: Rev. Allen Well-
Worship: Preach-A-Thon: Rev. Clayton born of First Baptist Church of
Sunday Russell of Howard Creek Baptit, Port St. Joe: Claud Alcorn, a solo-
SChurch; "Kids on the Move." the Ist from Grace Baptist Church,
Nursery puppeteers from Oak Grove As- Rev. Aaron Ward. the assistant'
sembly of God Church; Rev. Rob- pastor of New Covenant Church;
Y ert Lowery of Amazing Grace Ap- Bro. Richard Parker of the Over-
ostolic Church: Lance Irwin, street Bible Church: and Bro.
musician soloist from ChrisUati Rawlls Leslie of Zion Fair Baptist
Fellowship Baptist Chiurch of 'Church.
first United Methodist Church
S 111 North 22nd Street Mexico Beach, FL 32410
W worship Services,'............................ 9:00 a.m. CT
Church School ........................... 10:15 a.m. CT
SHARING THE GOSPEL
IRev. Ted Lovelace, Pastor Dr. John Anderson, Music Director
Parsonage Phone: 648-4424 Office Phone: 648-8820
Come Find Out What All the Excitement Is at 2247 Hwy. 71
(1/10 mile north of Overstreet Road)
The Church of Christ
in Wewahitchka wants to make a difference in your life.
Sunday School 9 a.m. CDT
Worship Service 10 a.m. CDT
'Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m. CDT
Musical at Long Vacation Bible
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First Baptist Church
NMexico Beach Jim Davis, Phstor
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Worship Sundays at 10:00 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
Bible S ludy Sundays at 9:00 a.m. (all ages)
Iticdneiday Adult Prayer & Bible Stud% at 6:30 p.m.
Please note, all times central!
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Sunday School ..................................................10 a.m.
M morning Service ............................. ..................... 1 a.m.
Tuesday Bible y ............. ............................ 7 p.m.
Thursday Praise & Worship .................................. ., 7 p.m.
"BECAUSE WE CAN DO YOU GOOD!"
ROSA L. GARLAND, pastor H 12/11
-lAN FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
50 W CHURCH
1 n508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP......................10 a.m.
f U S N" ADULT SCHOOL ......................... ...11 a.m.
*SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children Nursery Available
Pastor, Rev. J. Reid Cameron
S! 'rstBatist Church
102 THIRD STREET *oPORT ST. JOE
Allen Welborn Buddy Coswell
Ale bPastor Minister of Music & Youth'i
Sunday School .. . . . . 9:45 am
Worship Service .. . ... 11:00am
Disciple Training .... .......... 6:00 pm
Evening Worship ................... 7:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Meeting ............ 700 pm
"THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP""
Come Visit and Enjoy
FAITH BIBLE C4VRCH4
801 20th St. Port St. Joe
Bill Taylor, Pastor
Sunday School.......................10:00 a.m.
Morning Service.....................11:00 a.m.
Evening Service... ..........6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting...7:00 p.m.
Roger Louks, Asst. Pastor
Homeof FAITH.CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
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THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
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.
(904)-227-1724 Choir Practice
Rev. Jesse Evans Wednesday .............7:30 p.m.
PASTOR Choir Director, Robert E. Downs, Jr.
THIS WEEK'S "'
MESSAGE: A FATHER .
FOR ALL SEASONS \
I THESS 2:7-12 "'- ,
WE'LL LOOK AT
BIBLICAL ATTRIBUTES '
OF A GODLY FATHER /"-'< ,, '"
COME AND CELEBRATE U,/ ,
FATHER'S DAY WITH US'! / '
Visit Us! Upstairs First Union Bank Building
Sunday Worship 10 JLM and 5 P.M.
Bruce Duty, Pastor Study: 227-2583 Church: 227-1180
The members of Beach Bap-
tist Chapel would like to invite
you to come and make a joyful
noise unto the Lord at the Com-
munity Gopsel Sing, scheduled
for June 27 at 7:00 p.m., EST.
Please come prepared to be
blessed. They hope to see you
there. -For more information,
please call 647-5026. Please leave
a message, and your call will be
Beach Baptist Chapel is lo-
cated at 311 Columbus Street on
St. Joe Beach.
4G 4 A
The Victory Temple Church
family would like to cordially in-
vite you to attend the apprecia-
tion service being held on behalf
of Mother Willis, in honor of the
late Bishop H. W. Willi', who
passed away on June 9.
The service will be held on
Sunday, June 28, at 12:00 noon
and at 6:00 p.m. Rev. Jesse Haw-
kins and the Philadelphia Primi-
tive Baptist Church will be in
charge of the evening service.
Sfb a Sw It In T7 Star!
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1998 PAGE 5B
SWAT Team Rally and
Dance In Wewahitchka
attending who are faced with the
decision about whether or not to
Based ond the findings of a
Florida Youth Tobacco Survey Re-
port which was conducted in
April, 24.4.% of middle school
students and 35.3% of high
school students use some form of
tobacco. SWAT hopes to use
events like this dance to assist in
decreasing these numbers in the
Gulf County area.
Pamela Harden, one of, the
program's sponsors, said, "It is al-
ways good for our young people
to take stand on Issues that are
important to them, and the City
of Wewahitchka is proud to be a
part of this rally."
Gulf County Students Work-
ing Against Tobacco (SWAT) will
be holding a SWAT Team Rally
and Dance at the Wewahitchka
Community Center on July 25,
from 7:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m.
Gulf County students in grades
sixth through 12th are invited
and encouraged to attend.
The rally is sponsored by the
City of Wewahitchka in conjunc-
at New Bethel
Carl Beard will be barbecuing
chicken and f rib dinners on
Thursday, Juqe 25, from 11:00
a.m. to 4:00 pm., to benefit the
youth department of New Bethel
Dinners can be picked up at
the church, which is located at
the comer of Avenue C and High-
way 98. To purchase a ticket,
contact any member of the youth
group or call 229-6971. A dona-
tion of $5.00 is being asked for
the chicken dinners and $7.00 for
tion with the Gulf County Health
Department and the Tobacco-
Free Partnership of Gulf County.
The rally is free to attendees
and will include refreshments,
music, and dancing. The City of
Wewahitchka will be providing
chaperones to oversee the event.
SWAT hopes to increase its
membership and distribute infor-
mation, as well as give everyone a
chance to have a good time. It is
hoped that this information will
be beneficial to the young people
The Victory, Temple First
Born Holiness Church family
would like to thank each of you
for your prayers and acts of kind-
ness during the passing of their
beloved pastor, Bishop H. W. Wil-
A special thank you to the
Church of God in Christ for the
use of their van to transport the
members to the funeral service.
May God bless each of you is our
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MEDITATIONS: OF A
(ITuntru 3 Eru E
By LOWELL F. ADAMS
same as being
"There is a way that seemeth right. but the end
thereof are the ways of death."
Z HERE ARE MANY ENEMIES of the Christian at work,
in this world. If you believe in God and trust His Word of
Truth, these forces of evil are continually trying to lead you into
another kind of faith one that minimizes or negates God's
Truth. For instance, when we accept the scientific. illusory
explanation of the world just "exploding" into existence, and
how the human race evolved from some tiny creature which
crawled from the sea.. we have rejected the Truth of God.
We are warned over and over. all through the Bible, of the
false prophets and false teachers, who will arise and try to
mislead those who accept God's Truth.
Jesus tells us in Natthew 24:24, of false teachers who will
be, able to perform such great signs and wonders,"'they might
deceive God's most faithful followers, if it were possible.
'"Religion" and "Faith in God" is not necessarily the same
thing. The people who crucified Jesus were extremely religious.
but they were far from being a friend of God. Every faith has its
religion. whether it be a religion based on God's whole truth or
otherwise. But Christian religion should come from a rock-solid
faith in Jesus and the Word of God. Likely there are many
religious people (maybe even pastors) in Christian churches.
who depend more on religion than on their faith in God..
Second Timothy 2:15 tells us to study and righdy divide
the word of truth. There are some basic fundamental truths that
Christians must embrace and believe. Satan, whom Jesus called
"The Father of Lies", has persuaded the world to look upon
Fundamental Christians as shameful and dishonorable. Let me
tell )ou.'I am glad that to be a Fundamental Christian. There
are two kinds of believers: Fundamentalists and Liberals.
:Fundamental means BASIC and ESSENTLAL. Liberal means
BROAD-MINDED, NOT BOUND BY WORD FOR WORD
I'm a fundamental believer. I believe God's Word means
what it says. I take no liberties with that Word.
1200 U. S. Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
850.648.5146 or 1.800.458.7478
Gulffront 8247 Hwy. 98, Gulfaire
Townhomes. Nice 3 bd., 2.5 ba. townhome, fur-
nished; ch/'a, all appliances, total electric.
Comfortable year-round living. Is now on rental
program. Excellent investment. $225,000.
Gulffront 2bd.,l ba. deck overlooking gulf.
Entrance off fully furnished kitchen to beach.
Good rental. $122,000,
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CAPE SAN BLAS / Bayfront-101 ft. of bay
frontage overlooking Pig Island, 490 ft. of depth
from Pig Bayou to C-30, over one acre across
from Antilles Dr. Tremendous opportunity for
secluded estate or multiple home sites; great
view, and water access-to the bay, only $105,000.
Mexico Beach, Hwy. 98 & 2nd St. Unobstructed
gulf view. 2 lots approx. 50'x150' each. lots 1 & .
2, urt.l, blk. 1. $115,000 each firm.
Under construction gulf front -hom6 Cape
San BeI F o i ,lec.,
approU jN d park-
ing underneath, outside shower, $250,000.
Brand new gulf front home, 6204 Hwy. C-30,
near Gulf Pines. 3 bedroom, 2 ,bath all elec.
home. Approx. 1800 sq. ft., 200 ft. dune
walkover, metal roof, carpet and tile floors.
Covered porch, paved parking underneath, out-
side shower. $250,000.
Mexico Beach. 2701 Hwy. 98. B.EACHSIDE!
Also highway frontage. 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick
home, fireplace, totally renovated, wiring, ch/a,
etc. Reduced to $169,000.
Gulfaire Drive Gulf Aire Sub. Phase II.
Vacant lot, 72.6'x261.02'xl50'x146.73'. Lot 26,
Blk. D, $26,000.
WVewahitchka. Beautiful wooded lot, close to
the Dead Lakes. Located in the C. L. Morgan
Subd., this lot is zoned for homes or mobile
homes. Lot size 105'x113'. Build the home of
your dreams in this quiet, wooded. subdivision
and still be just 20 min. from the beach. $10,000.
1306 Monument Ave. Beautiful 3 or 4 bd 2 ba.
executive brick home in excel. cond. 6 yrs. old.
Great rm. w 'a bonus rm. & Ig. screened-in back
porch. Also new hardwood floors, carpeting,
ch.'a, oversized lot w, alley access. Ex. Ig. dbl.
garage, walk-in closet in master suite. Many
8217 Hwy. 98 Gulfaire Townhomes. Great 2 br
2.5 ba. townhome, furnished, new ch 'a in '95 &
washer'drver in '96. a Bctor,
not onT"ely rental market, but excel. poten-
tial. Comfortable year-round living or great
investment. $165,000. .,og
CANALFRONT 117 N. 36th St., Mexico Beach.
3 bd., 2 ba. brick home, dbl garage, Al.2 lots on
canal, covered boat dock, patio, new shallow
well. Plumbed for sprinkler system. $269,000.
CANALFRONT luxury home, 116 N. 38th St.,
'Many amenities, Split floor plan, 3 bd., 2 ba.
vinyl siding, private boat dock, util./ workshop
area, completely furnished. $269,000.
7991 Hwy. 98 Windrush St. Joe Beach. BEACH-
FRONT HOME. 4 bd., 3 ba. single family dwelling
w/approx. 1,950 sf living space is just 3 yrs. old, mas-
ter bath room has jacuzzi & walk-in shower, kitchen is
all electric. Designed with living spaces facing the
Gulf this home has sunning deck, outdoor h, c show-
er, dune walkover, 2 car paved parking under unit and
outdoor brick grill Handicapped accessible w/eleva-
tor. Excellent rental unit. Reduced to $399,000.
378 Gulf 'Pines Dr., Gulf Pines Subd., One of the
finest Gulf front homes in the area. Gorgeous 5 bed-
room, two bath, with many amenities, including ele-
vator, elec. storm shutters, irrigation system, custom
counter tops, 12' ceilings, glass block in master bath,
extensive decking, boardwalk to the beach, fireplace.
The nicely landscaped home has a wrap around
porch, sundeck with sunbrella, and a screened porch.
Comes with refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, satellite
dish and window treatments. Located on almost 1
Mexico Beach 112-C S. 32nd St. Very nice 2 bd., 2
ba condo, Pelican Roost C in beachfront building.
Ground unit. Excellent condition. Washer/dryer,
dishwasher, microwave, stove, refrig., ceiling fans,
all furnishings. $103,900.
John M. Delorme, Realtor/Broker
S t I Ellen F. Allemore, Realtor/Broker
Pe Je n 0 647-8939
Jp *El Joy Holder 648-8493
2221 CR C-30 Tom Graney- 647-3736
Simmons Bayou on St. Joe Bay REALTOi M Patricia Raap 648-5965
850.227.2511 or 888.458.7470 Moira Ritch 648-4217
Donna Selfertd- 648-5919
L S e@ Joan Smlthwick 647-4150
R F A C H I 1EF Bobbl Seward 227-3622
102 S. 1 T, chla,
near b fl" chMa
SummerPlace #18, 107-A 38th St., Mexico Beach.
Summer fun is what this SummerPlace has to offer, 2
bedrooms, I 1, 2 baths, approx. 1000 sq. ft. plus patio
off back, completely furnished. Unit conscientiously
maintained by original owners. Most units in this
group on rental programs. Priced at $99,500.00.
Mexico Beach 116 41st St. Very nice 3 bd., 2 ba. indi-
vidual home on a 75'\90' lot. home features an all
electric lNM ) R2 TRk Tliding
doors !"r o eo 'eligltan, carpeted,
extensive remodeling, hot,'cold outside shower, patio,
I storage shed. 10\l6'. Good 'view of the gulf.
ACROSS HIGHWAY FROM BEACH
1220 N. 15th St. Mexico Beach. Home on stilts, very
large lot with fruit trees, grape vines, etc. Very clean
and well maintained home. Underneath could easily
be closed in tor extra room 2 bedroom, one bath with
ceramic tile. carpet like new. quiet neighborhood.
Please call for more information. $95,000.
801 Maryland Dr. Very nice 3 bd., 2 ba. 14x70' mobile
home. Cen. heat. air, large deck, Reduced to $46,500.
Gulf Aire Subd., 102 Sea Pines Dr. Want room? Large
2200- sf. frame, 2-story home on comer lot. 2 bd., 1
ba., recreational room downstairs, 2 bd., I ba, living
room, dining room, fireplace, and kitchen upstairs.
Remodeled in 1995. Very comfortable. MUST SEE!
8417 Tradewinds Dr., Gulfaire Subd., This 3 story
home has all the angles for the contemporary
lover-including an 80x180 gulf view lot assures
night r. r -.y t l space
inclu rE -,r IIVlfamily
room, open kitchen with bar and dining area, living
room. All windows secure with storm shutters.
One-car garage +work room, decks, landscaped
yard with sprinkler system. Homeowners
Association provides pool and tennis courts. Your
perfect family home priced at $288,000.00.
Gulfaire Dr. Triplex. Two 3 Br 2 Ba units and one 1
Br I Ba urnt. Very ruce. Good investment. To be sold
together. Total price 4175,000
PORT ST. JOE
1801 Garrison Ave. Very nice 3 bd., 2 ba. concrete
block home with aluminum siding approx. 2500 SF. A
new addition of master BR w ,'sitting room & ba. 1.5
yrs. old, sun porch, screen porch, den, vinyl, carpet,
ch.. a, stove, refrig., dishwasher, gas hot water heater.
Sprinkler system, timer, separate well. Lot 75'xl50'.
Must see to appreciate. $92,000.
208 Gautier Memorial, Port St. Joe. Contemporary
3500 sq. ft. Florida home w/'bahama shutters. 4 bd., 2.5
ba., great room, gourmet kitchen, breakfast area & wet,
bar all open to form great entertainment area. Unique.
kit layout w/2 double sinks, 2 dishwashers, 2 trash
compactors, 40' counter & bar space. Viking appli-
ances include built-in gas convection oven, warmer,
48" island cooktop w/24"'grill, sub-zero refrigerator &
Amanda commercial ',built-in' microwave. Corian
countertbps throughout. Wet bar w/sink & ice
machine. Butler's pantry w/built-in buffet & full-out
cabinets. 'Rear carpeted screen porch features custom-
built outside kit. w/12' stainless steel top w/sink,
warmer, 2-60,000 btu burners & 32" grill and 2 48"
Viking hoods. Children's living area has 3 bd., conti-
nental-bath w/whirlpool, living area &,built-in com-
puter/study area. Huge master bath & dressing area
as 14' his/her vanity, 7' Jacuzzi, separate 5'x5' tile 2-
person shower, his/her large walk-in closets. Many
other features included with this beautiful home.
Contact Joan for detailed list. $365,000.
804 Garrison, Ave. 3 bedroom, 1 bath Spanish style
stucco 1204 sq. ft., open courtyard entry, 1g. in-ground
pool, fenced, city water & sewer, well for irrigation,
gas heat, window air, Lot 75x150', $69,9090 Reduced to
137 Cape Plantation Dr. Beautiful 3 BR 2 BA stilt home
in restricted subdivision. Great room with fireplace
opens onto larger 12'x28' screen porch overlooking
16th green of St. Joseph's Bay Country Club.
Underneath parking and storage. ch/a, Jennaire stove,
refrig., microwave, dishwasher, disposal. Well kept.
ST. JOE BEACH
Seashores Subd. 101 Nautilus. Like New. Comer
lot in restricted subdivision, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
with washer/dryer off master suite and kitchen.
Wired for surround sound, ideal for year round liv-
ing or summer home. 2 car garage, 1 block to the
254 Coronado St. Really nice well maintained 3 bd I
1/2 ba. 12x60' mobile home, furnished with dish-
washer, ref., gas stove i r.nrowave. Kitchen and
bath redone. Also e n PL t porch and a back
deck, 2 sheds, sprinkler andwell. Property 135'xl50'
under chain link fence. 7SQ, Reduced to $65,000 or
mobile home on 75'x150' lot, $45,000. GREAT BUY!
Port SL Joe Approx. 2 acres commercial,, industrial
lots of possibilities $99,000
Motel 4103 Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach. Located on four
lots, gunite swimming pool, boat parking, good
investment potential. $550,000.
Mexico Beach Marina located on Mexico Beach
Canal 4 lots, bait and tackle shop, gasoline pumps,
boat docks, 3,000 sq. ft. bldg. $690,000.
MEXICO BEACH VIDEO, 2704 Hwy. 98, Business
Only..All racks and fixtures,; computer, cash register,
copy machine, Ig. movie inventory, ,2 yr.building lease
1426 Pleasant Rest Rd. 2 bd., 2 ba., split plan
mobile home on cleared approx. 1/2 acre lot, paved
road, all utilities, well, septic, satellite dish. Perfect
for your country living, yet within 10 minutes to
two towns. Priced to sell at $27,500.
178 S. Canal St. canal front. 3 bd., 2 ba. approx.
1650 sf. ch/a, well, septic, 2 car garage, full front &
back decks, back deck includes a 20x9.7 screened in
area, downstairs office, walk-in pantry, refrig.,
satellite dish w/set-up equipment, 1,264 acres,
100' on Intracoastal Waterway w/dock. $140,000.
148 Lucy Dr., Wewahitchka. UNIQUE! Great home
close to the best fishing. 3 br 2.5 ba. log home. Lots of
room 3600 SF approx.: on .3 lots!' 2 CH/A units, gas
stove, refrigerator, ceiling, fans, 2 car garage. Many
extras. Well built and maintained. $149,000.
CAPE SAN BLAS/1INDIAN PASS
San Blas Plantation S/D. BEACHSIDE AND OWN-
ER FINANCING! Lots 14, 19,, 21- $34,500. Lots 23, 25,
28, 30 $29,500. Lots 36, 38, 40 $15,500.
INDIAN PASS Beautiful Gulf front lot one of a
-kind. Over 2 acres, ts."d 0f county road C-30B.
One hundred feet on 1M .jl9= acres in south side
of road. Nice trees, vegetation, terrific beach. $198,000.
Gulf Side White Sands Dr. Two 25'x100' lots -
cleared, $25,000 for both.
MEXICO BEACH Houses Only
GRAND ISLE SUBDIVISION Kim Kove. Lot 15,
Block D, Unit 15; Nice residential area. Great lot, great
424 New Mexico. 224'x158'x189'; lot 25, Bik B, Unit 14
- triangular wooded lot. $12,500. Single family home
410, 412, 414 Colorado Dr. 100'xl58.33' each Lot 12,
14, 16, Block B, Unit 14. $28,900. each. Owner financ-
ing, with 20% down, 10% 10 years.
420 Colorado Dr. 100'xl58.33' Lot 22, Blk B, Unit
14. $30,900, Owner financing, with 20% down, 10% 10
413, 415 Fifth St. 100'x158.33' Lot 13, 15, Blk A, Unit
14.<$31,900 each. Owner financing, with 20% down,
10% 10 years.
Wysong S/D Comer of Robin Lane & 15th St. Lot
1, BIk 3 149' X 70' X 127' X 100'. $14,000 MAKE OFFER
Homes Only Subdivision swimming pool and ten-
Christen's Curve. Nice cleared lot, triangular shape,
near pool and tennis court. Phase IV, Lot 8, $27,900.
Lot, Nautilus Dr., Seashores Lot 3, Blk A, 85x150,
Nautilus Dr. Lots 4,5,6,7, & 8, Block A. $22,000 each.
ST. JOE BEACH
Mobile Homes or Houses
Pineda St. 50' X 125' each -3 lots in first block across
from beach. $25,000 each
FIVE ACRES on the.Intracoastal Waterway, approxi-
mately 500' water frontage. Lot size approximately
Wetappo Creek and Highway 386 15.5 acres Great
WETAPPO CREEK ESTATES. Wetappo Dr. Lot 2, BIk.
C. Has septic tank, houses only, 110' x 200'; $9,000._
PAGE OB THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1998
Make Your Child's Summer Safe and Fun
The summer months of May
through August are a great time
for children to enjoy time off from
school and play in the outdoors.
With more and more children
engaging in outdoor activities,
however, the risk increases that a
child may be seriously injured.
More unintentional childhood
deaths and injuries occur
between the months of May and
August. Hospital emergency room
staff call this time of the year
"trauma season". By putting safe-
ty first for your children and fol-
lowing the guidelines listed, par-
ents can help ensure safe sum-
mer fun for the entire family.
The Arnold Palmer Hospital
The ;Gospel Explosion '98.
children's ministerial teaching,
will be held on Sunday, June 27,.
at the Washington Recreation
Center from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00
p.m. There will be Biblical teach-.
ing, singing, food, and games.
The Gospel Street Explosion
'98 will also take place on Sun-
day, June 27, on Martin Luther
King Boulevard at' 7:00 p.m.
There will be sermons, quartettes,
choirs, and solos. This event has
been sponsored by the North Port
St. Joe Community Choir.
Note of Thanks
On Friday, June 12, a fire
consumed my trailer where I lived
with my two children, and we lost
all of our belongings. Even
though it was bad and sad to lose
all of our worldly possessions, It
was very gratifying to have so
much assistance from St. James
Episcopal Church, First United
Methodist Church. the American
Red Cross, and the members of
and my co-workers at the SL Jo-
seph Bay Country Club, and the
many friends that called and as-
sisted after our loss.
I want to thank the Over-
street Volunteer Fire Department
for their work. It is impossible to
save a structure that Is complete-
ly gone In approximately 30 min-
Thanks to all.
Sfor Children & Women offers
these summer safety tips:
*Always supervise children,
even if they are "only in the back-
*Keep tools out of children's
*Make sure all fences and
gates are secure.
*Lock up barbecue grills and
*Remove poisonous garden
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR
*Familiarize yourself and
your child with neighborhood play,
*Warn children about unac-
ceptable play areas.
*Children under age 10
should never cross streets alone.
*Unopened windows should
be locked at all times.
*Keep furniture, especially
beds, away from windows.
*Keep draperies and window
cords out of children's reach.
'Remember that window
screens are only designed to keep
bugs out, not to keep children in.
They can easily give way to the
weight of a child.
*Do not puncture blisters.
Apply cool compresses and a
moisturizer to the skin.
*For severe sunburns with
reddened skin, painful blisters,
swelling, nausea and headache,
seek medical attention immedi-
*Prevention is best-use sun-
The National Institutes of
Health (NIH) and the National
Cancer Institute (NCI) recently
announced that mammograms at
regular Intervals for 'women age
50 to 69 can reduce the number
of deaths from breast cancer by ....
one-third. The findings apply to
these women whether or not they
combine mammograms with.
Mammogram screenings are
an Important tool In the early de- '
tection of breast cancer. By com-
bining them with regular doctor
visits and self-examinations. a ',
woman can increase the chances 'W
of discovering breast cancer in Its :
The benefits of mammograms
for women age 40 to 49 years old
are less convincing, according to
the NIH and NCI panel. The panel
weighed the advantages of early
diagnosis against such factors as
tests that give false negative or
false positive results, further
tests that may cause anxiety and
Inconvenience, and the small risk
of radiation exposure.
In the end, the panel con-
cluded that current data' does not
warrant recommending that all
women younger than 50 undergo
regular mammograms. Recogniz-
ing that women have different cir-
cumstances and needs, however,
the panel suggested that women
talk with their medical providers.
*Cramps are characterized by
painful muscle spasms and are
caused by inadequate salt intake
during exercise. Treat by drinking
lots of electrolyte solution such as
:*Exhaustion occurs when
children exercise in high tempera-
tures and sweat a lot. Some
symptoms Include headache,
voi4ting and profuse sweating.
Move Individual to cooler location
and lay them flat with feet elevat-
*Stroke is the most extreme of
heat emergencies and is charac-
terized by NO SWEATING. Move
individual to cooler location and
seek medical attention immedi-
SPRAINS AND STRAINS
Remember to use the RICE
'C Compression (elastic bandage)
* E-- Elevate
No parent ever anticipates
that a tragedy will occur during
this fun-filled time but summer is
also a season when children are
pushing their abilities to the lim-
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living room and small addition, on corner lot, 79,900..
HIGH TRAFFIC LOCATION that is on the corner of Hwy. 98 & Avenue A in Port St. Joe.
Building was used as a liquor/convenience store/gas staton. Main structure is approx.
40xl05 under roof. Presently there are two small units that could be rented For small businesses
such as a pawn shoppe, check cashing service, or coin laundry, main building has been a
vibrant convenience store in the past. Literally 1 block From the new marina site. $199,900. Let's
make a deal!
109-B S. 29th St., Mexico Beach. Beachside condo, fantastic view of the Gulf. 4 bd 2 ba,
completely furnished, excellent rental history. Ready to rent or live in. Priced to sell. $115,000.
Brenda Miller has the details. .
Williams Way & Charles Corner, Grand Isle Sub., Mexico Beach. Beautiful wood-
ed lot in quiet neighborhood, 70'x100', only 2 blocks to beach All utilities available. Lot 3,
Block D, Grand Isle. Price $13,500.00 Call Brenda Miller today
Hwy. 386, north of Overstreet. Beautiful 2 1/2 acre w/3 br 2 ba 28'x70' doublewide
mobile home, all appliances including refrig., stove, washer and dryer, cen. h&a, pole barn.
Property also has small 2 br ba older frame home w/alum. siding & tin roof. Price
$89,500.00. Call Perry J. McFarland.
1307 Marvin -_99a 1 I-pqpffil '/a, block home, sun
porch, large bacI'oe,-r& cp c p a 0.. ;
9037 Olive Ave., Beacon Hill. Improved vacant lot 50x100' located in second block from
Hwy. 98. Cleared, culvert and i11l dirt added. Approved for 1440 sq. ft. home. $12,000. Call
Marvin Ave. 1800 block Vacant lot 80'x175' (lot 2, Block 95) ideal for building your
dream home. Price $14,000. Call Perry J. McFarland.
108 Circle Dr., Mexico Beach. Classic "Kingsberry" home, brick exterior, Fla rm, carport,
3 bd 2 ba, Fully Furnished rental unit w/good rental history,. ch&a, window AC in Flo. rm., ter-
razzo Floors. Call Brenda Miller today. Price. $140,000.
Gulfaire Townhouse #8257. Guft n l ,use 2 bd 21/2 ba, fully furnished, all appliances, many
upgrades, ch&a, all electric. Price $165,0 (. a enda Miller. .
116 N. 39th St., Mexico Beach. Canalfront home with 3 br 2 ba approx. 1300 SF, only 4 yrs. old. Decks
galore, all Kenmore appliances, berber carpeting, window treatments. Owner says sell Price reduced to
$216,999. Owner also offering a $600 bonus to the selling agent, together with a one yr. home warranty to be
paid by seller. Call Brenda Miller today. ,. .
703 Maryland Blvd., Mexico Beach. Very nice 1996 Redman 24'x44' doublewide mobile
home, all appliances, mostly furnished. Outside vinyl siding, shingled roof, on 75'x100' lot. Owner
financing. Perry McFarland. Price Reduced $4,500 to $59,500.
101-A. S. 29th St., Mex. Beach. Large 4 BR-3 BA barn style, home, completely furnished, great
view of beach and water, parking under house. Brenda Miller. $159,000. Adjacent identical home may
be for sale also.
Palmetto St., Overstreet, 2.59 acres, 400 Ft. well, cleared with grass, one septic tank For two
mobile homes, bam. Brenda Miller. $44,000
511 7th St., PSJ, Beautifully landscaped home with alley access in quiet neighborhood. 3 or 4 BR
1 BA with formal liv. and dining, sun room, den, breakfast rm. Features include: CH.&A, gas stove &
oven, other appliances electric, gas fireplace, small foyer with coat closet, vinyl siding, outside dbl.
garage with a shop/mother-in-law apt. Flooring in the home is carpeting throughout w/ vinyl in the
kitchen, both and breakfast room. Price $87,500.00.
S. Long Street, Overstreet, 10 Acre parcel ideal for country estate, farm, or subdivision Close ro
intracoastal canal. Brenda Miller. $100,000
412 5th St., Mexico Beach. Almost new
24'x52 doublewide mobile home, unfum, open
rooms, all appliances, garden tub in master ba..
split bdrm design, outside util. bldg landscaped
>d. double driveways, 20 year roof Contactr imE
Brenda Miller Price: REDUCED to $59,000.00 .
will listen to any reasonable offer.
1803 Garrison Ave., PSJ lB ock home. remodeled inside, large master bath, lots of closet
space, most appliances, large O W Miller $65,000
315 Woodward Ave., PSJ. Charming 3 BR 1 BA wood frame home nestled on a 55'x 170" comer lot
near downtown Port St Joe Home has covered screened-in porch, living rm. with fireplace, juniper walls,
dining room, Full kitchen, small den. covered carport in the Front and back, ceiling fans, window AC units,
gas heat, electric water heater Also, a nice concrete outbuilding that is perfect For a shop or extra storage
Zoned residential/commercial. Owner financing available. Price $64,900 00
1612 Monument Ave., PSJ. Very spacious home situated on a one acre lot with a Fantastic view of
the water This 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 both brick and Frame home boasts 2.560 SF of living space, has a large
living/dining room combination, large family room with brick fireplace, sewing/laundry rm, large foyer
area, 23'x23' double garage, 10'x21" porch, cenhal vacuum system, intercom/stereo system. The kitchen
appliances include almost new selF-cleaning oven,'built-in range top, large builtlin microwave, garbage
disposal, oak cabinets with carousel shelving in comers Ceiling Fans. lighting, and window treatments are
throughout the house and included in the price Price 119,900 00
GARRISON AVE., BRENDA DR., MONICA DR., BARBARA DR., Several new lots available for
sale, more Forthcoming Sizes vary, locations vary. All are close to schools, yet off the beaten path Water
and sewer available. Nice new homes in subdivision.' expanding area of town Price 119,900.00 per lot.
Owner financing with 20% down. 10% interest, 10 year amortized, 3 year balloon payment
1012 McClelland Ave., PSJ. A BR IIi T"l SF house in established neighborhood, garage, all
appliances, 20'x30' workshop, fenced bdr0 elnda Miller $69,000.
1111 Garrison Ave., PSJ. Very well kept 2 BR 1 BA brick home on large lot, all new inside. Great
rental income property or home for small Family Brenda Miller $52,900
103 Plantation Dr., Cape Plantation. This home is a brick veneer great room design with a con-
crete drive and walkway & double garage 3 or BR. 2 1/2 BA executive home with plenty of room.
Amenities include wall to wall carpeting, all wood cabinets in kitchen, dbl. sink, vinyl in kitchen and baths,
all electric appliances, small back deck, covered Front porch, walk-in closet in the master bedroom, spa-
cious laundry room and garage, walk-in attic storage Home is on septic tank and well with public water
available Price $107.000.00 '
White City, 284 Sealey Dr., Rambling ranch-tyle house with 5 BR 2 BA, 2300 SF of living area situ-
ated on 3 43 acre site with safe harbor and access to intracoostal waterway. Fireplace, den/tv room, din-
ing room, large kitchen with island, covered carport, CH&A, tile, vinyl, and carpeting, A barn has several
stalls and a corral for horses or a green house. Clear country living with deep water access to St. Joe Bay
or Apalachicola. Below appraised value. Price $119,900 00
Corner 3rd and Fortner Ave., Mexico Beach. Two cleared lots each 50'x150', one block to beach,
good view from two story home, zoned for homes or Imobile homes. Brenda Miller. $57,000 each.
BAY BREEZE SUBDIVISION, behind Carpet Country, Affordable, oversized lots, restricted, zoned
for mobile homes. Some restrictions. Each lot measu-ps 100'x300'. Close to Port St. Joe, close to schools.
All utilities available. Septic tank needed. Price $11 500.00 each. OWNER FINANCING WITH 20% TO
25% DOWN, 12% INTEREST, TERM NEGOTIABLE.
8749 Hwy. 386, Overstreet. Twenty acre parcel with 800' on Wetappo Creek (deep water chan-
nel). Also 2 BR 2 BA home, artisan well, two stocked ponds, garden area, fruit trees and dogwoods. Brenda
Peacock Lane, off Pleasant Rest Cemetery Rd.), 6 209 acres with200' on Wetappo Creek,
(deep water), dockage available, some marsh Brenda Miller $75,000
Comer Halley Dr. & 15th St, Mex. Bch. One large corner parcel approx. one atre, zoned RID,
WATER TAP PAID. Excellent home site for permanent home or weekend retreat. Brenda Miller. $30,000
. Bennett St., Beacon Hill. 2 lots each 50'x100, wooded, secluded. Owner Financing. Brenda
Miller $10,000 ea
Magellan St., St. Joe Beach. Three individual lots for sale in new subdivision, each 50'xl 25'.
Already has septic permit for 3 BR house, some restrictions. Brenda Miller. $35,000 each.
GULF FRONT LOTS R-7 Lot size 120' x 351'. $375,000.00. OWNER FINANCING 25% down pay-
ment, balance in 5 years, 10% interest. Prices subject to change without notice. Can build either large
home or duplex
GULF FRONT TRACT 110.03' x 790.9 1 acres located in Tract 29. Located between Stump
Hole and Scallop Cove. $99,900.00. Sa c c a w
JUST BEFORE CAPT. JACK'S. Beautiful boy front parcel 128 feet wide by 250 to 275 feet deep.
Very little marsh (minimal). Quiet and secluded. Enjoy the peaceful waters of the bay in your back yard.
Docks allowed by DEP permit. $99,000.00.
2 Indian Lagoon Lots. $24,500. 100x350, city water, nice location.
INDIAN LAGOON FRONT (south side of Hwy. C-30). 5 lots 100' x 350'-400' more or less.
$29,900.00. OWNER FINANCING. DISCOUNT FOR PURCHASE OF SEVERAL. OWNER FINANCING
25% DOWN PAYMENT, BALANCE IN 5 YEARS AT 10% INTEREST. NO MOBILE HOMES.
BAY FRONT LOT HEAD OF THE BAY. 100' road to bay, $85,000.
BAY FRONT LOT NEAR THE STATE PARK. One of a kind, minimal marsh, oversized width 128'.
$99,900. A GEM!I
BAY BREEZE 11 LOTS SOLD IN 2 MONTHSIIl Get yours now, they
are going fast
INDIAN LAGOON LOTS, Hwy. C-30 to Lagoon, $29,900. 4 UNDER CONTRACT in 2 weekslll
Only 3 left at $29,90011
SOLD IN 60 DAYS. 203 WillS0Ifcroom, 2 bath, St. Joe Beach, $74,500.
Marvin Ave., Port St. Joe. sItLq b GfvMj lnd part of lot 10, 143'x175', good
neighborhood. Price $14,000. W
Our firm is pleased to announce the EXCLUSIVE listing of
several lots owned by St. Joe Corp. in the following areas:
Gautier Memorial Lane, Cabell Drive, Marvin Avenue and
Garrison Avenue. Few 5 lots under contract. Starting at
$14,000. Prices will increase soon!!l
i WIWAM J. RISH, JR.
L'. ., BROKER SALESMAN
REALTOR* Voice Mail:
PERRY J. McFARLAND
Ij BRENDA G. MILLER, GRI
Look for us on the Internet at http://www.homtown.com/thompson
And now you may e-mail us on the Internet at:
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LET US HEAR FROM YOU TODAY!
lbuiv in good hands.
AUCTION! EVERY FRI. NITE, 7 pm,
EST at Port Theatre Antique Mall, Pt St. Joe.
Shop 'til midnight! Mall open Tues. Sat.
Wade Clark Auctions
10% Buyer's Premium, AB 1239, AU 1737.
JUNE 27, 9 A.M.
OVER 150 UNITS
Rolling Stock &
City of Pensacola,
For A Brochure !
Location: I-10, Exit 2, S on Pine Forest
Rd. 3 miles to Godwin Ln.
REALTY & AUCTION, INC.
/ FL AU430/AB3
Citizens Federal Savings Bank of Port
St. Joe, 401 5th St., Port St. Joe, FL
(850) 227-1416 will be accepting bids
from 6/18/98 6/28/98 on the follow-
ing: 1988 Ford Bronco, auto, a/c, pr
windows, ,am/fm. stereo. Citizens
Federal reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. Itc 6/18
1990 LeBaron convertible, excellent
condition, air bags, loaded, $4,400. Call
648-4020. 2tp 6/18
'75 Jeep Cherokee 4x4, good condition,
clean, $2,500. 229-6800. 2tp 6/11
1981 Oldsmobile Cutlass body, engine
and interior in great shape, air cond.,
power windows, cruise control, 70,200
original miles. $2,000 obo. Call 647-
3497 after 6:00. tfc 6/4
'93 Honda 250 Nighthawk motorcycle,
low miles, $1,950. Call 227-1639 or
227-1109, ask for Charlie or Linda.
14' fiberglass boat with 15 hp Johnson
engine (completely rebuilt). $1,000. Call
648-5840. tfc 6/11
17' center console, 85 hp Suzuki motor,
depth finder, radial trailer, $4,000. 647-
3100. 4tc 5/28
26.1' Mako with twin 150 hp Evinrudes,
less than 400 hours. Some electronics
and all aluminum tandem trailer.
Reasonable offer. 648-8211. tfc 6/4
Yard Sale: Sat., June 20, 7:00 ct until.
Follow signs at 36th St., Mexico Beach.
Furniture, toys (Ig. & sm.), basketball
goal, marine items, kitchen items,
beach chairs, puzzles, lots of misc.
Yard Sale: Sat., June 20, 1304
McClellan Ave., 9:00 1 1:00. All pro-
ceeds will go toward the purchase of
uniforms for the Port St. Joe High
Plants and yard sale. Hibiscus, coleus
and other plants. Formica covered ply-
wood, good for small projects. Sat.., 8:00
till 6:00. 515 9th St., Port St. Joe.
Moving Sale: 201 Third St., Mexico'
Beach, Friday, 12 to 7 noon, Saturday,
8 to 6.
: .* *, g A*A b ii,'
Office/front -end manager. 'Experienced;
only need apply. Apply in person at
David Rich's IGA, 305 Third St., Port St.
Joe. No phone calls please. tfc 6/18
Experienced kitchen helpwanted. Apply,.
in; person between 8 11 a.m. CT at theI:
Fish House Restaurant. No phone calls '
North Florida.Head Start is recruiting a
Family Service Worker to service Gulf,
Calhoun and Liberty counties.
Mininumiri qualification is a combination
of education, and experience, with a AA
degree' in social work. Must possess
excellent written and oral communica-
tionaskllls, record keeping ability, and
strong leadership potential. For info
and application, contact: North Florida
Head, Start, ..P. 0. Box 988,
Wewahitchka, FL 32465; or call (850)
639-5080. Closing date June 25, 1998.
EOE/DFWF/M-F,, Lic. "#0740, 3560,
3500.' 2tc 6/11
SECRETARY. :Life Management Center,
in Qplf County has an immediate, open-
ing for, a part-time (20, hrs/week) secre-
tary. Duties: word' processing, record
keeping, filing, 'reception, and general'
office duties. Min. req.: H.S. dipl. or
equiv.; *typing skills of atc least 40 wpm
& screening. Must, 'be personable, &
relate well to the public. Salary plus
benefits. Apply to: :Edwin R. Alles, Life
Management Center, 311 Williams' Ave.,
Port St., Joe, FL 32456. E.O.E.
DRIVERiS WANTED: '"2 years
Tractor/Trailer experience for: Short-
runs Gulf Coast area (out 2-3 nights.
a week) Long runs Mid-Atlantic /
Midwest (out 6-10 days). Good pay!
,Call Bo,, at McKenzie Tank Lines,
Soitthport, FL 800-848-3445 for details.'
Help Wanted: Apply in person at
Bayside Lumber or call 229-8232.
Service staff and bus people needed.
Apply in person, no phone calls please,
Hwy. 98, Toucan's, Mexico Beach.
I '~IFue 1 !1 f l .
Jenny Lind crib $75, Graco walker $10,
infant car seat $5, wind-up swing $5,
bathtub seat $3, crib sheet and com-
forter set with matching bumper pad
$10, boy clothes 0-6 months,, girl
clothes 0-12 months, playtex'and regu-
lar bottles. Will sell separately or all for
$100. Call 227-3327. tp
End of season day lily sale, selected
plants, 1/2 price, some stillblooming,
Jean Stebel, 6760 Hwy. 71, White City,
Frigidaire Elite refrigerator/freezer 18.0
cu. ft. frost free almond, $150; Sears
Coldspot upright frostless, freezer, 19.5
cu. ft,. white $75; both $200. Metal
desk 30"x60" 5 drawer $15. 648-5662.
Steel Buildings, Factory Sale on Select
Sizes. The Ultimate Garages/Work-
shops. Savings like never before on
20x24, 25x26, 30x40, 40x68. Call at
Once! 1-800-341-7007. 2tp 6/11
One Story & Clark piano, a contempo-
rary console, like new, 37.5" high, $895.
You move. Call 227-2019. tfc 5/21
14'x70' mobile' home w/addition. Must
move. 639-2344. tfc 6/4
TOPSOIL DRIVEWAY SHELL
Wanted to Buy: house in Wewahitchka.
Please call 227-3511. tfc 6/18
3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile homefor sale,
on I acre of land; septic'tank, well, very
nice starter home, :$30,000. 647-3456.:
5 acres on Sunshine Road, $12,999.
648-4159. ', 3tp'6/ 1 i
1.66 acre lot in White City, South side of :
ballpark. Water hooked up. $11,000,
will finance ,tolocal person with good"
credit with 10% down and $150 per
month' at 7% interest. Call Vic, Burke,
639-3977. 4 t6,/4.'. 5/4
1988 Ford Ranger XLT, good conditroi
power everything, $3,600. 229-6821.
'91 Ford F150, 66,000 miles, long whei
base, bed liner, new paint job. $7,99E
Call 227-1552 (w) 229-6370 (h).
'96 Grand Am 4 door, ps, pb, pdl, ac
am/fm '~ssette, alarm system, tinted
vwindows',s 42,000 miles. Payoff onl
$10,000. 785-5781 or 229-8395. It
n, Parker Realty at 850-648-5777 for more" ,
'8 information. tfc 6/4 Experienced office person able do work
8 well with. public, general knowledge of
SUnfurnished 2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath office equipment and office supplies,
townhouse, 1022 Woodward Ave., $495 good telephone skills. Must be reliable.
S:month.t: ,Must ssee.:toaupppoeoae 1, u applicat0-an,.a.5t S 3tr,08
.Ahne between 8 a.nm. 5 p.m. at 229- 'Williams Ave.- 2t"', I
.6 9 14 : '. 4 ..: ': 4tc 6 / 1
el :'.a h : 1'-.' :' Cottage cleaners, immediate i'need.
el Vacation home: 1 1/2 hr. north of Saturdays, 227-3730. 3tc 6/11
5. Atlanta in Murphy, N.C.;2 bd., 2 ba. ':''
complete furnished, no:,smokers,no
8 pets. 850-639-2465 or ,828-837-0272, ___
c $375 per week. ..' 6tc 5/21
ly.. Two bedroomhous' e 'lwi:th;-. ce ntr'l, .
CARS & CREDIT
Need a oar',? Can't get a loan 'with the
,bank? Maybe. we can help. OAKLEYS
CARSe &TRUCKS as buy here.- pay here"
financing. Low down payments with low
monthly payments. All cars priced,
$2,995 OR LESS. Come see us at our lot'
,on Madisonh. St. in Oak Grove or call
.^227-1294. tf 1fe6/18
:1997 Dodge'Dakota SLT V6 club cab,'
auto, tilft;3 year 36,000 mile warranty,
,AC, AM/FM stereo, cruise, tool box,,
ibedliner, 14,000 miles, excellent cond.,
I$18,200. 227-1280"after'6:00 p.m.
;82 Oldsmobile 98, 4 door, good cond.,
'-w/nearly new tires, runs well, air cond.,
'$995. Call Fred Harris 229-9735 or Jim
Harris 1-800-76|-9006.. .2tc 6/11
;1997 GMC Z-71 extended cab, 32,000
miless, loaded, excellent condition,
,$24,000 obo. 639-5227. 4tc 6'/4
1995 Isuzu pickup,. 5 speed, air cond.,
'cassette, bed liner, 1 owner, 33,000
miles, asking $6,900. 229-9215.
S 4tc 6/4
1987 Ford Ranger 4x4, $1,500. 7214,
'Americus Ave., St. Joe Beach. Call 647-
'Convertible 1994 Chevy 'Cavalier,'
..loaded, runs perfect, looks great,
$7,500. 639-3737 or 639-3410.
Safe 'N Dry Storage
302-B Reid Ave., PSI FL1
GULF SHORE STORAGE
Corner of DeSoto & Americus
St. Joe Beach
Liberty :Manor Apts., ;102 Liberty
Manor Circle, Port St Joe.?Affordable
housing for the elderly and the hand-
Cen. h &a, laundry facilities, energy
efficient const., stove & refrig.,' fur-
nished, fully carpeted, 1 bdrm., apts. on
Equal Oppor. Housing Complex.
Call 229-6353 for more information.
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS '
: :: : : *: ,. 'fc6/4
Mexico Beach, one bedroom efficiency
furnished. Very nice, long-terrp. Call
648-8005. tfc 6/4
Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & refrig.
,cen. h&a, screen porch, carport &
Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove &
refrig., washer/dryer hook-up.,
*New extra lg. :3bdrm. house, 1 1/2 ba.,
inside laundry rm, ch&a, dishwasher
& stove, fully carpeted. No pets. .
.FURNISHED ''''..'''. '
*Small 2 bdrm. home, auto. heat & air,
*One bedroom apartment,, washer
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
Executive home: 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
new paint inside and out, appliances.
On golf course. 229-7177 days, ask for
517 1/2 4th St. upper apt 2
bdrm., 1 ba. window ac units,
gas heat, water paid, stove,
refrig., $240 month, lease and
deposit required. 227-5443
Garage Sale: Saturday, June 20, 2104
Long Ave. Women's and girls' clothes,
infant and up, baby, misc., etc. 7 a.m. -
noon. Rain cancels.
Yard Sale: 205 8th St. Small appliances,
baby clothes and much more. Saturday,
8 to noon.
5" *" Sa. 5 l.,w Sre.
"No job too big, or too small",
Free Estimates Insured '
-.' ; .. fc 6/4 .
S 647-3328 :
Free Estimates RF 0066770 :
Independent Marketing Rep., #119212
107 Sunset Circle Port St. Joe,
o 10 Commercial
Termite & Pest Control
* Termite Treatments Restaurant Motel
* Flea Control Condominiums,
* Household Pest Control New Treatment/,'
# Real Estate (WDO) Reports Construction Sites '
[ PLEASANT & PROFESSIONAL
Serving Gulf Co.:& Surrounding Areas
Free Estimates & Inspections
Specializing in'Reroofs *
Where QW:; qualityy Is.High.er Than Price"
S* '' 229-8631
? eBAR'S *
'*' Household Repairs
Painting, Interior/Exterior b Deck
Restoration Lawn Maintenance
S'..(850'), 22:9-1051. ; '
, t0;l(l.. 4'i^ :,'
f,;PLUS SMALL ENGINE REPAIRS
St. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
706 First Street
5X10 10x10 10x20
On Site Rentals 6 Days A Week
PASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S RENT
Servrig Port St. Joe ahndsurrounding Area for 15 P/us Years
Major Appliance, Air Condition, & Electrical Repairs
DANIELS SERVICE CO.0 INC.
C. d. 'sawn
FULL LAWN SERVICE
VACUUM YARD MACHINES TRIM-
I will work for you.
Serving Mexico Beach, St. Joe
Beach, Port St. Joe and
Clyde Sanford '(850) 648-8492
LICENSED & INSURED
Port St. Joe Call
Mobile 899-0219 or
8990*218A tc 6/4
Exerened- Insured Resonbl *Frestmae
C GARRY L. GADDIS
AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATION & REPAIR
EXTENDED WARRANTY FREE ESTIMATES REPAIRS ON ALL BRANDS INSTANT FINANCING
648-5474 FL License ER 0010992, RA0054218,
LIC. #RF0051042 RG0051008* ER 0011618
JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
Free PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
*ates REMODELING RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL
EstWiIn INSTALLATION OF WATER LINES AND SEWER LINES
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 850/22"'-821
7 St. Joe Glass & Mirror
816-D 4th St. Port St. Joe, FL 32456 227-3885
Mirrors Plex-Glass Furniture Tops Desk Tops
Residential Commercial Industrial Shower Doors
Boat Glass Heavy Equipment Glass
PUMP REPAIR& SALES LICENSED & INSURED
H & M IRRIGATION
for All Your Watering Needs <.
HAL KEELS FREE ESTIMATES 229-2738
AUTOMOTIVE I GARAGE SALE I HELP WANTED I HELP WANTED
Thursday. June 18. 1998
GULF VIEW Large mobile home lot in
restricted subdivision. High elevation,
paved streets, city water & chain link
fence on boundaries. Located on Auger
Ave. and Sunray Court, Beacon Hill,
$35,000. Call Parker Realty of Mexico
Beach, Inc. for further Info. 850-648-
5777. tfc 6/4
For sale.by owner: two story new home,
2048 sq. ft., 3 bdrm., 2 1.2 bath, mas-
ter bdrm., 22'x16' with garden tub,
sunken den w/fireplace and home the-
atre system with surround sound. Front
and rear porch, 12'xl6' utl. shed. By
appt. only. 101 Yaupon, 229-64 11.
1/2 acre lots on
paved county road,
septic tanks, wells,
natural gas, ready
to move onto.
financing with 10%/
down. Call Billy
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Open Meeting: Saturday 8:00 p.m. ET
Tuesday 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, 8:00 p.m.
AL-ANON Thurs., 8:00 p.m.
Tues. & Thurs. meetings at Ist United
Methodist Church. PSJ
4 Port St. Joe Lodge No. Il l
Reg. Stated Communication
1st & 3rd Thursday of each
214 Reid Ave.
William J. Gullford. W.M.
Bill Jordon. Sec.
1st & 3rd weeks -Dec.
Remodeling, Renovation Home
Maintenance & Repair Interior &
Exterior Painting Marine Construction
25 years experience
All Type Electrical Work
24 Hr. Service
UC iPER0013168 INSURED
Qi/0 CIraft, Colle dfiles and
308 4/t St. VPot St. 'oja
Average Stump $ 10.00
A-1 Tree Service & Stump Grinding
Vickery Enterprises, Inc.
Home for sale by owner: brick home, 1
1/2 lots, nice neighborhood. 4 bed-
rooms, 2.5 baths, family room, sun
room. Formal living & dining room.
Custom kitchen & breakfast nook, hot
tub, swimming pool, large deck, fenced
in back yard. 2700 sq. ft. heating &
cooling. Location 103 20th St., PSJ
(904) 229-8409. By appointment only.
Cape San Bias townhome for sale by
owner. Security gate, ocean view.
Tennis. pool, fishing lakes. Like new,
many extras. Must see to appreciate.,
227-3351. tfc 6/4
Lots for Sale: Port St. Joe, high and dry.
ready to build on. no fill needed. Corner
of Palm Blvd. and 19th Street on canal.
Call Phil 227-2112 or 229-8409.tfc 618
1/2 acre lots. 5 miles n. of Overstreet
Bridge at Creek2lew Subd.. with sepUc
tank & well. 82.500 down. 8 132.16 mo.
Call George. 229-6031. Lfc 6/4
A nice 3 bdrm., 2 ba. double wide
mobile home on 75'xl50' lot In quiet
neighborhood on St. Joe Beach. asking
855,000. Call 647-3292. tfc 6/4
246 Pompano St., Highland View.
Nice home on 2 lots. 3 large bedrooms.
completely remodeled, view of bay, no
down payment, low monthly payments.
Call Joan at Crystal Sands Realty,
Mexico Beach. 648-4400. tfc 6/4
Wewa Serenity Group, Presbyterian
Church, Hwy. 71, A] Anon meets
Monday at 7:00. AA meets Monday and
Thursday at 7:00.
COINS BY THE BAY!
I buy and sell old coins and paper
money. Billy Stephens, fair prices.
Home 229-8104, Bus. 229-6803.
F COMPUTER TRAINING
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Nice 2 bedroom mobile home. fenced
corner lot, low down payment.
Owner/agent, $25,000. 647-9358..
] 1/2 store 4 bedroom. 3 bath house
on 4 lots. 300x180. 907 16th St. Call.
871-2413 for appt. 8te 5/21
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Juhn G Fadlo. the
holder r the lollosing Tax Cerulicate has filed said
cerlca3te for a iax deed to be Issued i-herebfr- -4TS
certllcate number and .ear of is-uance Ure desecnp-
Lion of the property aid the names in which it asa
assessed are as follows.
Ceruflcate No 189 Appllcaion No '8.5
Year of ssuance 1991 RE No 01784-OOOR
Descrlptlon of Pioperty:
Cominencin at f Northead. Corner of Northiies
Quanrer of Norrthiest Quanrer of SecUon 23.
To-Anship 4 South Ranee 10 Wet- thence i-un 'Wesi
330 feet. thence run South on tii- Weel line of the
Ea.i Hall of Eilst Hlh ol N'..nht.est Q u.a-lr ol
Nornhest Quarter of said Secuon 23. to the SGudh
side of Panaman City We.ahitchka old road for a
Point of Beginning thence run South 250 feet. thence
run %\esi 75 feel thente run Nnrth t ,said southh side
of sald public road thence run In a Souiheasierly
direction on the South ,ine of said public road to10
Point of Beginning in said NOrthesi Quarter of
Northweit Quarner of Secuon 23 Tom-nhip 4 Suth
Ranae 10 Wet. Gulf County. foinda-
Name In which assessed: Valerie Myers. Catlle
Small & Rosle Marie Riley.
All of said property being In tihe Gulf County State oof
Alcoholics Anonymous, Surfside
Serenity Group, meets Mon.. Wed, Fri.,
at 7:30 p.m. CST at 1st United
Methodist Church. 22nd St., Mexico
Beach. Women's open AA meeting, 12
noon CST Thursdays.
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Fine carpentry & architectural details
repairs remodels decks fences
Insured License #RR0067190
Business and Personal Payroll Preparation
Financial and Estate Planning Bookkeeping Service
FRANK J. SEIFERT
Accounting and Income Tax Service
Telephone 509 Fourth St.
Office (850) 229-9292 P. 0. Box 602
Home (850) 648-5919 Port St. Joe, FL 32457
PIe'e Heating & Cooling
LICENSED INSURED SALES AND SERVICE
A/C Heating Ice Machines Comm. Refrigeration New & Existing Homes
Owner: Brent Pierce Phone: 229-2665
State LiUc. #RA0066486 229-COOL
C. R. SMITH & SON, INC.
ExCavating Land Clearing Fill Dirt Port-O-Let
Rentals Crushed Oyster Shells Mushroom
Compost and Sand
Complete Septic Service!
Installation Pump-Out Repair
Unless sub cerul'i-ate shall be redeemed according
Unless such ceru'icate shall be redeemed according
to law. the property described in such certillcart ws-ll
be sold t[.. line highest, blader In the Iron[ Lobby of the
Gulf Countv Courthouse at 11 00 A M E S T. on
\Wened,. the 15th da% .:.f July 1998 Dated this
,th jay .:.I .June 1496
BENNY C LISTER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
GILF COiUNT FLORIDA
BY ,/s Rebecca L Norris. Deputy Clerk
4tc, June 11, 18, 25 and July 2, 1998
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR GULF COLN-TY FLORIDA
IN RE:, ESTATE OF PROBATE DIVISION,
DONIC PiTTS FILE NO: #98-37-CP
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Fhe adummistradlln of the estale of DONIE
P0rSS deceased. File Number 98 37 CP. Is pending
In the Circuit Court for Gulf County Flonda. Probate
Division the address of shich is Gull County
Counhouse 1000 Fifth Street Port St Joe. Florida
32456 The names and address of the Pers onal
Represerntiles and the Personal RepresentaUve's
attorney are seti forth belcir
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
All persons on whom this noUce Is served ,Aho
have objection that challenge the valldity of the will.
the qualdficUc.nos of the Fersonal Rerresenlauce
venue. orjuridicuon oi daii Court are required lo file
their oblectons with this Court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE 131 MONTH- AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
1301 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM
All creditors of the decedent and other persons
having clainis or demnnd.d ag3in-t decedent's :tale
on uhom a copy rf this nuLaice is served within three
131 months afler the dale of the first publication of
this notice m-: file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE O31 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF' THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
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T. C. Fish Enterprises COMPUTER REPAIR
MINOR REPAIRS CONSULTING UPGRADES
IEdward L. Fisher, Electronics Technician
525 Madison St. Port St. Joe
T.V. 8 V.C.R. SALES
Zenith G.E. RCA & Magnavox
Factory Authorized Service
We Service What We Sell
Badcock Home Furnishings Center
310 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
For the Handymen. and pirtsma,
We strive to meet your needs!
Hardware BLP Paints Ammunition
Hunting Supplies Mobile Home & Boat Trailer Parts
Live & Frozen Bait ja* tackle Gifts and Souvenirs
.306 Reid Avenue Roy Todd, Owner
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This area's most experienced refinishers.
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FEATURES: Brick home with 1560 sf (more
or less), family room, large eat-in kitchen, sep-
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NEW PRICE: $79,900
REALTY INC. PORT ST. JOE
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and persons
having claims or demands against the decedent's
estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date o:1 fiu't public, u,.n of tra- Notice Is
June 11. 1998
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Charles A. Costin
Post Office Box 98
Port St. Joe. FL 32457
Telephone: (850) 227-1159
Florida Bar No. 699070
P'.r;onal Repre-:enui e; u
Eunice Pamela Manuel
P. 0. Box 71 1
We,-ahltchka. FL 32465
Ponle J NIchols Ps '
4P. 0. Box 7301
Verb Beach FL 32961
Susan Carol Sa)u.-
P 0 Box 1217
Wewahichka. FL 32465
2tc. June II and 18 1998
IN THE CIRCUIT COLIURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY"
PAUL G. FITZGERALD and wife,
CHERYL G FITZGERALD
vs. CASE NO. #98-104-CA
JOHN D DAS a k/a .
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby ginen that puriuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure dtaied June
9th. 1998. and entered In Civil Case No 9810-4 CA
of the Circuit Court im and for Gull Cournyv herein
PAUL G FITZGERALD and wife. CHERYL G
FITZGERALD are Plainmutiffs and JOHN D DAVIS
a/k/a ERNESTO MENDEZ is the Defendant. I ill
sell Io the hiarSt bidder If.r ca.h a3 the ltoni door of
the Gulf Counts Courthouse in Pon St Joe. Florida.
at I1.00 a m. EST. on the 30 das of June 1998. the
following described property as sei forth In said Fminal
Judgment. to. it
All of parcel E c.ntainirung an acre more ,.r les
descnbed In ORB 191. Page 367
All of Parcel D containing 0.6 'acres, more or
less, described in ORB 62., Page 261.
A portion of Parcel A whichh is descnbed in ORB
62 Page 261 described as -ollous
Commencing at the Nobrthwe-t corner of parcel
A as the polt ol beginning thence along arc of
North line of parcel A approximately 182 feet
thence South along chain link fence bne
approxlmately 100 If'eetL thence WCest approl.
maiely 57 feetL ience Scuth b' South-en-
approxima el, 196 feel to -horeline of pond:
thence Southwest approimlrntely 69 feel to
South-es.t corner of parcel A: thence North
along West line of parcel A approximately 341
feel to point of beginning Subject to any and
all easements located on sid portion ol Parcel
A containing approximately 0 6 acres, more or
Descnpuon Parcel D
A portion of Section 10. Township 7 Souh.
Range 10 West. Gulf County Flonda. being
more particularly descnbed as follows
Begininning a tihe Nornhvesi ,corner lf the
Soiutheasi Quanrer ISE l,41 ,4 dihe Sulthea.l
Quanrer ISE 1/41 of said Secuon 10: thence
along the North line of the Southeatl Quarter
ISE 1,141 of the Soul heas Quaner ISE 1 14) of
said Secuon 10 N8it:24'45E. 142 11 feel to
the Point of beginning thence continue along
said North line. NS6 24'45"E 19593 feet:
thence S06o5921W. 89 07 feet. thence
S67,42 34'E 253 23 fe., thence SI r10033-W
16 78 feet: thence N6865021 W 264 77 feel to
a Point of curvaiure of a curve concave 10 the
South: thence Westerl5 along the arc of said
curve. having a radius of 60 00 lf-et a cenLral
angle of 43:46835 an arc length of- 45 AR feel.
thence S67 21 04"W 95 66 feet. thence
S55:474T40"V. 41.78 lee: umence NOO'28'03WV.
153 99 feel to the pamn of beginning said
lands containing 0 61 aire. ino:,re or lens
Descripuon Parcel E
A portion of Section 10. Township 7 South.
Range 10 West. Culf County. Flonda being
more particularly described as follows-
Commence at the Northwest corner of the
Southeast Quarter ISE 1/41 of the Soulheasi
Quarter (SE 1/4) of said Secuor. 10. thence
along the North line ofL the Souditas,! Quarter
(SE 1/41 of the Southeast Quarter ISE 1/41) of
said Section 10. N86624'45'E. 33804 feet to
the Point of beginning. thence continue along
said North line. N86:24 45-E. 275 00 feet to the
approKlmate centerline oi a drainage ditch.
thence along said approximate, centerline,
SI I'00'33"W. 210 00 feel- thence leaving said
centerline. N67-42'34-V. 265 00 feet. thence
NO659'2 I'. 89 07 feet to the Point of begin.
ning Said lands containing 0 90 acres, more or
DATED this 9 day of June, 1998.
BENNY C. LISTER. Clerk of Court
By: /s/ Tonya Knox
2tc, June 11 and 18, 1998
NTIC G E Q SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BAYOU STORAGE
INTENDS TO SELL THE PERSONAL PROPERTY
DESCRIBED BELOW TO ENFORCE LIEN IMPOSED
ON SAID -PROPERTY PURSUANT TO SECTIONS
83.801-83.809. FLORIDA STATUTES.
THE CONTENTS OFT HE UNiT %\ILL BE SOLD FOR
CASH PLUS A I', BUYLER S PREMIUM AT PI.TBLIC
AUCTION BY WADE CLARK. WADE CL1RK AiUC
TIONS, LICENSES #AB1239/AU1737 OR OTHER-
WISE DISPOSEDHOF OF N JUIE 27, 1998. AT 10:00
A M lE.'T) ON THE PREMISS OF BAYOU STOR-
AGE. 2860 C R. 30 FORT ST .JOE. FL WHERE THE
FROPERIT HAS BEEN STORED
CONTENTS OF STORAGE UNIT #10
BELONGING TO JEROME BRYANT
ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD "AS-l5" AND MIST BE
7EMOVIED AT THE TIME OF SALE
SLUE SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION IN THE EVENT
OF SE7TTLEMEN-T BETWEEN \C\NER AND OBLIG
DATED THIS 9th DAY OFrJUNE 1996.
RICHARD L IODD OWNER
21c June I I and 18. 1998
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9798-16
The Gull Counts Bo-id of Courry Comm-rsioners ill
recene celled Dids from aV quahutfd person, comr
pan or corpo.rauon inleresteo in consitrucIng ihe
CAPE PALMS PARK PHASE II
Flans, and z.v-cilncauon can be obtained at.Preble-
Rjih Inc 402 Reid Alenue. Port St Joe Flonda.
324-56,I A50) 227-7200 The bid must conform to
Section 287.133(3) Flonda Statutes on public enut)
Mal.r project elements include Landscaping. Timber
Bo-udwialh. ana Parking a Roaatas.- Improvements
Compledon dale lor t.is, pr,.ect will be 90 days from
the dale oi the NoUtice o F roceed presented to10 the
;ucce ful bidder
Liuidciicd damagee; fo failure to complete the pro-
Jeci on the spectifled date will be set at $100.00 per
Please indicate on ue enr,elope that ihis is a bid. the
cld number and hht dihe bid is for
Bids sill be receive unul 5 00 p m. E D T July 14.
1998. at the Gulf County Clefk of CourL GulfCounry
Courthouse I l10 5th Sueet Pon St Joe. Florida
32456. and ill be opened Jul, 14. 1996 at 6 00
p m E D T The Gulf C-.unrt Board of County
Conmmi.sioners resenes the night to reject .any and
Plins and -peciflicauons can be e.xamned at ile fol-
F. W. Dodge. 1311 Execuume Center Dnre. Suile
108 Tallahassee FL 32301-1331. 1850) 877-6987
F. W. Dodge, 201 S-.uLh 'F' Street. Pen-acola. FL
3235i0 18501) 33 3597
Construction Market Data. 2050 Art Mu-eum
Dn.e. Sle 106. Jacksontulle. FL 32207 1904-1 396
Co-t of Plans and Specifcaic3d. will be 850 00 per
set and is non refundable Checks should be made
payable to PREBLE-RISH. INC
/s/ WarTen J Yeager Jr Chaurman
2tc. June II and 18. 1998
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
COUNTY. FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO 97-20A-CA
RAYMOND HOLLAND and WilL.MA
B HOLLAND. his Iler an d UNITED
STATES OF AMERIC.L
RE-NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Oroer or
Summary Final Judgment of loreck-.ure daled
November 21. 1997 mnd an Order Resettir Sale
dated June 3. 1998 and entered In Case No 97.20-
CA of the Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial
Circuit in and for Gulf Count F'londa. wherein
BANK UNITED is Plain.ff and RAYMOND HOL-
LAND and \I1LMA B HOLLAND nis stfe: and UNIT.
ED STATES OF AIMIERIICA. are defendants. I will sell
to the highest and bet bidder for cash at the front
door of the Gulf Counrv Courthouse at 1000 5th
S-ree-. Ponrt Saint Joe. Gulil Countyv. Florida 32457. at
I I 00 oclok a m EST. on the 7th day of August
1998 the- IolloTing dercnbti-J properry as set forth in
sJad Order or Final Judgment. to-wit
LOT 8. BLOCK 'H' OF FOREHANDS SEC-
OND ADDITION TO HIGHLAND VIEW
ACCORDING TO THE OFFICIAL PLAT
THEREOF ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT. GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PLAT BOOK I AT PAGE
50. (FROM OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 80.
PAGE 198. PUBLIC RECORDS OF GULF,
If you are a person with a disability who needs
any accommodation In order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assistance. Please contact the
Court at (904) 229-6113 within two (2) working days
of your receipt of this Notice: If you are hearing or
voice Impaired, call Florida Relay Service (800) 955-
DATED at Port St. Joe, Florida. on June 4,
BENNY C. LISTER
SAs Clerk. Circuit Court
By: /s/ T. Krilox
As Deputy Clerk
SMITH & HIATT, P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2691 East Oakland Park Botlevard, Suite 303
Fort Lauderdale; FL 33306 \
2tc. June 18 and 25, 1998ij
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