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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1980
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
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USPS 518-880


FORTY-THIRD YEAR, NUMBER 38


Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1980


20' Per Copy


Rabies


Two Boys Bitten by 'Coons


Rabies: a word which expresses fear in
the minds of most people. Rabies became a
reality here on the edge of St. Joseph's Bay
this past week, when two Wisconsin boys were
bitten by raccoons which were found to be
rabid. The two boys were vacationing at the
State Park on St. Joseph's Peninsula, when
they were bitten by the raccoons. The boys
must now take the anti-rabies series of shots
to prevent the dreaded disease
from infecting them.
John and Daniel Krohn, of Hales Corner,
Wisconsin, were bitten on the arms on May 5,
'while they were attempting to feed a pack of
14 raccoons at the park. The animals were
proven to be rabid, making the treatment of
the two boys necessary.


Rabid raccoons are apparently coming to
the surface here along the coast, since this is
the fifth sighting of the infected animals
spotted recently. Tyndall Air Force Base has
had four confirmed cases of rabies found in
raccoons on the base.
N. C. Schweikert, sanitarian with the Gulf
County Health Department, recommends
that all persons be especially careful when
handling racoons in the wild. "Don't try to
feed them", Schweikert says. "If you are
scratched or bitten, notify the Health
Department immediately."
Attempting to feed the "cute little
animals" is what ended a delightful vacation
in a series of painful shots for the Wisconsin
boys at the State Park.


EPA Cites City


For Plant Emission Violations


The City of Port St. Joe has
been notified by the United
-States' Environmental Pro-
:tection Agency that its Waste-
water Treatment Plant is in
violation of its allowable stan-
dards for the months of
February and March. Plant
operator, Bob Simon, reported
to the City Commission Tues-
day night that it appears as if
the plant may also be in
violation for the month of
April.
On the other hand, the City,
has been advised by the
Florida Department of En-
vironmental Regulation that
the City should apply for a
relaxation of its effluent stan-
. dards since the effluent it is
'emptying into St. Joseph's
Bay is of better quality than
the Bay water and even better
than the standards set by
DER for the bay water.
The warning from EPA
came as the result of several
problems which has -faced the
plant in the past three months.
Simon said the main prob-
lem stems from the malfunc-
tioning boiler at St. Joe Paper
Company, which has kept the
mill on its toes to keep
operating for the first part of
this year. The reluctant boiler
has shut the mill down for a
week on one occasion this
spring, and is still giving
problems.
The recovery boiler is


dumping surges of waste
material, which is partially
responsible for the citation
from EPA.
Simon went on to tell the
Commission Tuesday night,
"The volume doesn't bother
us. We can handle that. We
could handle the entire output
of the malfunctioning recov-
ery boiler if it came as a
steady stream. But in surges,
it overloads the capability of
the "bugs" in our settling
pond, putting us out of com-
pliance with the end product."
The "bugs" Simon referred
to are bacteria which digest
the effluent in the settling
pond before it is emptied into
the Bay.- Simon pointed -out-
that with a steady flow, the
"bugs" would multiply to the
occasion and everything
would be taken care of. With-
surges of input to the pond,
they don't have time to grow
to the volume before it is shut
off again.
The City is filing for a
waiver from any penalties in
the matter until the recovery
boiler can be repaired.
Other causes of the violation
notice are areas in the plant
which need to be re-designed
for more efficient handling of
waste water. Simon has told
the Commission that with at
least part of the changes, the
volume of the plant can be
increased substantially, giv-


ing it more margin for opera-
tion.
Engineers are now working
on the plant design, to make
recommendations for changes
which will increase efficiency,
reduce treatment costs and
increase volume capacity.
The engineer work is at the
direction of EPA, being fin-
nanced under a federal pro-
gram.
A meeting is scheduled for
today by participating parties
in the plant operation the
City Commission, St. Joe
Paper Company and Sylva-
chem to discuss the sugges-
tions of the engineers, the
vyilationh.notice and, sugges-
tions. for cutting down on
energy costs at the plant.
PETITION FILED
The Commission agreed
Tuesday night to petition the
State of Florida and EPA for
relaxation of the water quality
limits which it now must
adhere to in order to put its
effluent into St. Joseph's Bay.
The City has been notified
by the State DER that its
water standards which must
be met are considerably bet-
ter than the average or
requirement of standards for
the waters in the Bay.
The plant has been meeting
the directed water qualities
except for the past three
months.


Guard Unit In Miami


Port St. Joe members of the
Apalachicola unit of the Na-
tional Guard were startled out
of a good night's sleep at 5:00
a.m., Monday morning, with


orders to report to their
Apalachicola headquarters
within an hour. The unit was
on its way to strife-torn
Miami, to join 3,500 other


Robert Montgomery Announces

Intention to Run for Supervisor


Robeft Montgomery an-
nounced this week that he is a
candidate for the office of
Supervisor of Elections of Gulf
County. Robert, his wife,
Cookie, and four of their five
children reside at 1002 Wood-
watd Avenue in Port St. Joe.
The oldest son, Bobby, is in the
U.S. Navy. The family is
active in the Highland View
Baptist Church where Robert
is Adult Choir Director.
Robert is employed with the
St. Joe Paper Company is the
maintenance department as a


maintenance clerk. He has
worked there for the past
fourteen years.
Robert has been active in
community affairs, much of
his involvement being with the
Jaycees where he, won many
award for his efforts, one
being the Most Outstanding
Young Man Of The Commu-
nity. He is also a JCI Senator.
Robert feels his training in
leadership and organization
along with his experience, in
keeping records qualifies him
for the office.


Florida National Guardsmen
in trying to keep the riot there
under control.
Some 15-20 Guardsmen from
Port St. Joe are now in Miami
on riot duty with no indication
as to when they will get to
return home. The exact num-
ber of men from Port St. Joe in
Miami is uncertain, since all
members of the Guard unit
are in Miami and couldn't be
reached by telephone.
Local Guardsmen had been
home only a week from their
annual two-week summer en-
campment training period at
Camp Blanding.
Sunday, when they held
their regular meeting and
training exercise in Apalachi-
cola, the Guardsmen were told
to stay alert because they
might get the call to report for
duty at any time.
That time came at 5:00 in
the early hours of the next
morning.


Old Glory



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Splendor

"Old Glory" never flew more proudly than
she did at the top of the flag pole in front of the
Port St. Joe High School Wednesday after-
noon.
A huge new, 12X18 foot flag was raised on theN
school's flag pole in an impressive ceremony,
witnessed by over 900 students who respectfully
stood at attention as the nation's banner went up U
the tall shaft.
The new national banner was purchased for
the school by the three men's civic clubs in Port
st. Joe, working in a joint effort. The Kiwanis,
Lions and Rotary clubs each shared in the
purchase of the flag. Original plans were to buy a
larger flag, but it was found the pole would not
carry a flag as large as was planned by the
clubs.F
Principal Edwin Williams said the school
would "fly the banner daily, proudly, and with or
The flag was taken to the base t of the flag
pole by the Navy Junior Reserve students corps
at the school, with an honor guard carrying the .,
folded flag. The entire student body gathered
around the base of the flag pole, in quiiet
attention as the ceremony progressed and as the
flag was raised.
The ceremony took place at 12:15, with the
members of the three service clubs attending the
ceremony and remaining for dinner in the school
cafeteria and a short program, presented by the.
school.
Mrs. Margaret Biggs introduced winners of
an essay contest held in the school, who read
their winning essays on the theme of patriotism
to the guests present for the dinner.
Dusty May, first place winner, read his
essay, "A.M.E.R.I.C.A." using the acronym to
define the attributes of America.
Second place winner, Pat May, read his
essay, a stirring message entitled, "A Grand Old
Lady".
is e photo at right'me mbers of th
NJROTC raise the flag for the-first time.
-Star photo





.Brown Gets 99tYears for Robbery


Of Wewa Jr. Store


Twenty-three cases were on
the docket of Gulf County
Circuit Court Monday of this
week, but only three got to
trial.
Of the 23 cases on the
docket, 10 were continued to
another term of court, five
entered guilty pleas, four were
dismissed and one case was
pending.
Willie Calvin Brown was
given a sentence of 99 years
Monday, for his part in the
armed robbery of the Junior
Food Store in Wewahitchka
last fall.
Brown had also been tried
for a similar robbery in
Okaloosa County and had been
given a 99 year sentence for
that charge. The Gulf County
charge was combined with the
one in Okaloosa County, re-
sulting in the 99 year sentence.
A second jury trial found
Wayne Gray not guilty of
aggravated battery. Gray had


C.W. Roberts

Golf Tourney

Saturday
Golfers will converge on St.
Joseph Bay Country Club
Saturday and Sunday to com-
pete in the annual C. W.
Roberts Invitational Tourna-
ment according to Bill Bar-
low, tournament publicity di-
rector.
The tournament was initiat-
ed five years ago in memory
of C. W. Roberts, who built the
18-hole golf course.
Only the first 144 players to
pay their entry fees have been
accepted in the tournament
which will begin at 9:00 a.m.,
each day. Gift certificate
prizes will be given to the first
four winners in each of the
several flights. The certifi-
cates will have values of $100
for first place, $75 for second,
$50 for third and $25 for third
place showings.
The tournament is being
sponsored and operated by the
St. Joseph Bay Country Club.


been charged with cutting a
man in a Wewahitchka bar
earlier, but the jury ruled he
was not guilty of the charge.
A third trial was in progress
as The Star went to press
yesterday, with no verdict
reached at press time.
The trial in progress has
Glenn Forehand facing the
court with two counts of
aggravated battery against
Ronnie Butler and Wandel
Butler, both of Port St. Joe.
ENTER PLEAS
Entering pleas before their
cases could get to trial were:
-Bobby Briggs, pleading
guilty of a charge of grand
larceny.
--James H. Dever, pleading
guilty of smuggling contra-
band.
-Ralph Warren Jamerson,
pleading guilty to a charge of
aggravated assault.
-Minnie Ash, pleading guil-
ty to a charge of welfare
fraud.
CASES CONTINUED
Cases continued to the July
21 term of court were:
Chris Hodge, charged with
grand theft; Gerald Wayne
Taylor, grand theft; Hussein
A. Eltouni, stopping payment
with intent to defraud; Hus-
sein A. Eltouni, passing a
worthless check; Charles Cau-
sey, aggravated assault; Joe
Frank Stephenson, attempted
murder; James Louis Lyons,
carrying a concealed firearm
and Helen Hamilton, worth-


less check.
Cases continued indefinitely
were: Daniel Forest Sprague,


burglary of a dwelling and
grand theft.
Charges were dismissed


against Bobby Briggs, Thom-
as Arthur Davie and Effie D.
Lyles.


building. Teresa Grubbs, right, was selected
agent Winner as "Young Miss Mexico Beach" In the
pageant. The pageant was held to kick off the
Helen Marie Ullman, shown above, left, events of the annual Ling Ding Festival,
was selected as "Miss Mexico Beach" at a which is to be held this week end. See a
contest held last Sunday afternoon at the related story on page six of this week's issue
Mexico Beach Chamber of Commerce of The Star.


Stamp Recipients Will Get Coupons


Gulf County's 600 food stamp
recipients will receive their June
coupons on time, Pam Freeman,
director of the Port St. Joe office of the
food stamp program said Tuesday.
Meeting a May 15 deadline for
averting a delay in the issuance of June
food stamps, Congress approved a
$2.556 billion supplemental appropria-
tion for the Food Stamp program
Thursday of last week.
Food stamp recipients faced the
threat of a delay in June food stamps if


Congress had not acted by May 15.
The special appropriation will
enable HRS workers in food stamp
offices throughout the state to issue
June food stamps on time and without a
reduction in benefits.
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Food and Nutrition Service officials
notified Florida and other states early
this week that the amount authorized
by Congress will be adequate through
August. Federal food stamp officials


said an additional $450 million
expected to be addressed by Congress
this summer will be needed to
continue the program at current levels
through the month of September, the
last month of- the federal fiscal year.
HRS is advising food stamp recip-
ients to pick up their coupons on their
regularly assigned days so that better
service can be provided. Eligible
recipients will receive their normal
amount of food stamps.


Free Fry for Stone

United States Senator Richard (Dick) Stone will
be in Port St. Joe Saturday, to meet with everyone
who will have-dinner with him at a free fish fry to
be held at the Centennial Building.
Senator Stone will be the guest of honor at the
fish fry, to be held at 5:00 p.m., which is being
hosted by the International Longshoreman's
Unions, Locals 1564 and 1713.
The purpose of the fish fry is to show
appreciation to the Senator for his continued
support of the new deep sea port being planned for
Port St. Joe to create new jobs for the area.
S Acash door prize of $50.00 will be given away at
the affair.
Everyone is invited to attend the dinner, meet
with the Senator, and express appreciation to him
SEN. RICHARD (Dick) STONE for his support of this area.


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Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR


PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1980


Public Television Network Used Poor Taste


We read the efforts of a syndicated
columnist the other day where he castigat-
ed the Mobil Corporation for running
newspaper ads urging Public Television not
to show the controversial movie, "Death of
A Princess" which has so incensed the
Saudi Arabians. The columnist castigated
Mobil for trying to "curb freedom of
speech in the United states."
Perhaps Mobil needed the harsh words
of the columnist said for the reasons they
were asking the movie not be shown were
for reasons which should not have been
considered in whether or not to air the
film. The columnist said the reason Mobil
didn't want the showing was because they
had interests in the Saudi Arabian oil fields
and they felt its presentation would jeopar-
dize their position there.
Public Television stations over the
nation showed the movie, anyway, despite
the fact the government didn't want it
shown and Mobil didn't want it shown. Both
are major contributors to the budget of
Public Television.
We didn't take the time to watch the
movie. From what we have read, the movie


wasn't very well made in the first place.
Too, we didn't think it was necessary that
TV stations in the United States should
make a point of showing it just to make the
point that they could without fear of
reprisal from our authorities.

We think the Public Television stations
showed the movie for the wrong reason. We
feel they showed it merely to gain au-
dience. Since Public Television was insti-


tuted for the purpose of spreading culture,
we think a piece of fiction, poorly done,
according to the critics, was not a vehicle
of culture. Its showing also diverted from
the purpose of public TV.
Public Television has served a good
purpose in the past, presenting musical,
drama, news, commentaries and other
programs which were designed to give us
works of culture and information. This is
what they were formed to do. The only


reason we can see why they showed the
questioned movie was because it had
attracted some sensational press reviews
and because it seemed to embarras some-
one.
With the Arabs charging us $30.00 for a
barrel of oil it costs them 45 cents to
produce, it couldn't worry us less about
whether or not it embarrasses them, but
good taste is good taste. We think the
Public Television network used poor taste.


Getting A Taste of Our Own Medicine


It looks as if our European allies are
giving us a taste of our own medicine.
This past week end, they announced
they would back down on applying full
sanctions against Iran in the hostage caper.
The European Common Market nations
had said they would apply full economic
sanctions against the Iranians if some solid
improvements in the hostage situation had
not been accomplished by this past Friday.
The day before, they announced they would
soften their approach to their sanctions.


This sounds like something we have
done in the past toward some of our
friends. We have pledged support, and
when it came down to the wire, we have
backed out, with our soft foreign policy.
We're not particularly fond of the
Eurpoeans taking the position they have,
especially, after we have done what we
have for them in the past; but, still, it
serves us right to get a taste of our own
medicine.
Just as we believe the United States


should stand by its word, we think the
Europeans should have stood by theirs in
this matter. The Iranian hostage situation
is a touchy problem and needs the resolve
of everyone in the world to have it settled.
In dealing with a nation of hooligans,
like the present Iranian government, one
must proceed with caution. It takes a
position of stating one's intentions, then
sticking by them. Our problem is that we
and others have been making threats we
don't intend to carry out.


Predict 21 Memorial Day Deaths


The Florida Highway Pa-
trol predicted this week that 21
persons may die in Florida
traffic accidents during the
-Memorial Day holiday
period.

Colonel Eldrige Beach,
Patrol director said, "The
78-hour period begins at 6:00
Sp.m., Friday, May 23 and
_.ends at midnight, Monday,
May 26, 1980."
During the Memorial Day
holiday period last 'year,
there were 30 people killed.
Careless driving was by far
the greatest contributing
cause with ten. All 29 of the
fatal, accidents occurred
during clear whether and
16 of the 29 took place



Good Job

On Race

Dear Editor:
On March 29, 1980 I enter-
ed your Second Annual Con-
stitution Classic 500 Road
Race in Port St. Joe. This
was my 3rd race. Since that
time I have been in two
other races, had my tonsils
out and will be in the
American Heart Assoc. Jog-
A-Thon on the 17th.
On Friday of the last
week, the 9th, I received in
the mail from your St.
Joseph Bay Road Runners
Club a letter. This came as
a very pleasant surprise.


during daylight hours.
A continuation of the In-
tensified Speed Limit En-
forcement II (ISLE II) over-
times project will commence
May 23 through May 29.
This period of time encom-
passes the Memorial Day


holiday period and the Pa-
trol will have all available
troopers and auxiliary offi-
cers operating patrol cars,
traffic planes and radar on
the highways in an effort to
prove the prediction wrong.
Colonel Beach concluded


by saying, "We cannot re-
duce accidents alone. If all
motorists will make an extra
effort to enjoy this first
holiday of the season by
driving defensively, more of
them will live to tell about
it."


School Lunch Menus


Monday, May 26
Sloppy Joe on bun, fruit
juice, french fries, cake, and
milk.
Tuesday, May 27
Fish, lettuce and tomato, -
mashed potatoes, bread,'
jello, and milk.


They sent a computer print-
out of the race results with
everyone's name, where
they placed, their time, city,
age group and sex, group
place, whether it was a
first race, and if it was new
personal record. They also
sent newspaper clippings of
the race itself and a flyer
about an upcoming race in
Mexico Beach.
I had already told a lot
of people in Tallahassee a-
bout what a nice race they
put on and how well or-
ganized it was. Also about,


Wednesday, May 28
Beef and rice, turnip
greens, Cobbler, cornbread,
and milk.
Thursday, May 29
Corn Dog, corn, fruit or
juice, Peanut Butter Cook-
ies, and milk.


the trophies and ribbons,
that everyone in the race
received and the beautiful
T-shirts. All of this was at
no cost to the runners.
Since I don't have the
address of the Port St. Joe
Road Runners Club I would
appreciate it very much if
you would let them know
how impressed I am with
the race and the follow-up
literature I received. It
surely must have cost a lot
for the sponsors too.
Thanks again.
Sincerely,
Bonnie Gwaltney


Friday, May 30
Spaghetti with meat sauce
and cheese, tossed salad,
green beans, garlic bread,
and milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of. foods.

Rye is called "the grain
of poverty" because it
thrives on poor soils.

SALTY
SALLY J


France's Riveiera More Properly "Poor Rich Man's Northwest Florida"


RECENTLY, SOME WRITER on
the Tallahassee Democrat referred to
this section of Florida as "The poor
man's Riviera".
I don't know if he was being
facetious or trying to take a dirty dig
at all us Panhandlers.
I have never been to the Riviera,
so I couldn't say whether or not
Northwest Florida has any resemb-
lance to that millionaire's playground
or not. I will admit that the resem-
blance may be somewhat visible,
since this part of Florida has earned
the reputation of being the poor
man's playground.
I doubt if you would ever see
anyone tossing a cast net at the
Riviera. Nor would you find a family
or young person getting their jollies
sitting down in the shallow water
picking up a mess of oysters, occas-
ionally breaking one open and suck-
ing the delectable bivalve direct from
the shell. The Riviera has probably
never seen a couple, dressed in old
clothes and floppy hats, sitting in a
john boat, wrapping a wiggling worm
on a bream hook and tossing it
overboard for one of the best thrills


one can find in Northwest Florida,
the Riviera, or anywhere else for
that matter.
One thing we have in common, is
the beaches. I hear the sands at the




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Riviera are not as pretty and white
as they are here in Northwest Flor-
ida. I also hear they are rocky there,
making for chancy strolls along the
beach. Too, most of the people who
use our beaches wear bathing suits.
I guess the only way I can take
exception with the definition given
this part of the country is to declare
that the person who coined the


phrase, "The poor man's Riviera",
should designate the Riviera as "The
poor rich man's Northwest Florida."
HERE IN OUR OWN version of
what we will accept as the Riviera,


Walter Wilder and I took off the
other day and went to the river to
try out the bream fishing, now that
the river has receded almost back to
normal after its annual spring flood.
Walter and I have been trying to
get off fishing together since late last
summer, but his schedule didn't fit
mine, or conditions were.wrong, or it
rained, or something, everytime we


would get ready to go. This past
week end we made it.
We put them in the boat.
We armed ourselves with a mess
of crickets and pulled in 58 beauties
in a half day of fishing. We didn't


intend to stay a full half day, since
we both had other things we had to
do before the day was over. Since we
planned to be back in town and doing
our thing by noon, we set out at 6:00
in the morning - an ungodly hour to
start anything.
About the time we were drawing
near the spot we planned to start
fishing, the outboard motor started


sounding like a half dozen five-year-
olds who had to stay inside because
it was raining outside. We did our
fishing, then started waiting for a
boat to come by, to pull us back to
the landing. Finally, two hours later,
one came by and obliged us. Then,
on the way home, a tire blew out on
the boat trailer and we had to stop,
empty out the boat and leave it
beside the road.
Still, we had those 58 beauties,
which made it a nice day.

OUR MEMBERS of Congress
have just finished filing their source
of income and net worth papers. One
Congressman, Rep. Kenneth Holland,
D-S.C., was taking no chances on
leaving anything out. He declared
.that he had received a gift of "One
bulldog, named Roscoe, unknown
value."
When I read that, I couldn't help
but wonder if that particular con-
gressman was related to our former
South Carolina transplant, George
Holland. It sounded like something
George would have done.


A REPORTER was questioning
Miz Lillian, first Mother, the other
day about her son Jimmy, who
happens to be President of the
United States. The reporter asked
her what she thought about the
President's handling of the Cuban
refugee situation. Miz Lillian replied,
"Jimmy is doing all he can. He
wants to do everything he can for
everybody. He's the most intelligent
man in the world and the most
compassionate man in the world."
There's nothing like questioning a
completely unbiased mom about her
favorite son for a true picture of
what he is like.

I HAVE mixed feelings about the
present controversy over whether or
not to allow the continued use of live
rabbits to train racing greyhounds.
If we let this thing go too far,
some do-gooder is. bound to come up
with the idea that we should prohibit
the use of live minnows, earthworms,
crayfish or wigglers to entice fish to
bite.
That would be meddling.


St. Joseph's

Bay Tides

High and low tides, and their
respective heights, are shown
for St. Joseph's Bay in the tide
table below. The information
is furnished by the U. S.


Weather Bureau station in
Apalachicola.


Thurs.
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
Mon.
Tues.
Wed.


Time Ht.
107 .2
118 .4
37 .5
2136 .5
832 1.0
831 1.1
848 1.3
908 1.4


Time
1445
1200
919
1745
iads
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.Mexico Beach Wants




to Send Sewer to PSJ


The Town of Mexico Beach
is getting near the point of
seriously starting work on
installation of a sewage collec-
tion system for the Beach city.
Tuesday night, Mexico
Beach Mayor Jim Heathcock
and Commissioner Dick Kib-
ler, asked the Port St. Joe City
Commission for figures and
costs to pipe their proposed
sewage system to Port St.
Joe's/Wastewater Treatment
plant.
The Mexico Beach officials
were told they would be
expected to pay on the basis of
use, a portion of the bond
payments on the plant and a
portion of the depreciation
fund. Heathcock said Mexico
Beach expected to do that, but
needed to know approximate-
ly how much they would be
expected to pay in order to
approach their financial agent


BOB & PATALONZO

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Cleaning
How often do you have to
wax or mop your hardwood or
linoleum floors? Think of the
hard scrubbing that is neces-
sary. Carpets and rugs pro-
vide the easy answer to clean-
ing your floors. Daily vacuum-
ing will keep your carpets
fresh and new looking, and
most modern vacuum clean-
ers have attachments or ad-
Sii jstments that will clean even
Sthe thickest shag carpets.
When the carpets need a
more thorough cleaning, there
are many foam cleansers that
require as little effort as regu-
lar mopping. And for those
times when you want to do a
professional job there are
many reputable establish-
ments that we can recom-
mend. Or we might suggest
the inexpensive rental of a
Some shampooer so that you
Scan do the job yourself.
Whatever your cleaning
problems, carpet can reduce
the wear and tear on you and
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Visit us today, and end the
hours of scrubbing and wax-
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PHONE 227-1199


with the costs before applying
for money.
Heathcock told the Port St.
Joe Commission they had
been advised in the beginning
by EPA to condemn and take
property from St. Joe Paper
Company to put in a spray
irrigation disposal area.
"We're not interested either in
getting into a court procedure
with St. Joe Paper Company
or getting into the spray
irrigation business,". Heath-
cock said.
It was pointed out to Heath-
cock that the City of Lynn
Haven was also advised to go
to the spray irrigation method
of disposal and are now being
told to do something else.
Mexico Beach first ap-
proached the City a year ago
about piping their sewage to
the Port St. Joe plant, putting


VFW Installs

New Officer

Corps Tues.
The regular meeting of the
John C. Gainous Post 10069
V.F.W. was held at Paul-
ine's Resturant on May 13,
1980 at 7 o'clock.
District Commander Merle
P. Lowery installed the new
officers for the new year of
1980-81.
Commander, George S. Co-
ody; Sr. vice Commander,
Robert D. Young; Jr. Vice
Cmdr., John B. Walker; Ad-
jutant and Quartmaster, Ro-
land G. Bizek; Judge Advo-
cate, Mrs. Anna Chewing;
Surgeon, Charles R. Krich-
er; Chaplain, Fred J. Kleeb
Jr.; Trustee (1 year) Henry
Cassani; Trustee (2 years)
W. A. J -ones; and Trustee
(3 years) Thomas Adkins
were installed.
Also attending the meeting
were guests of the members
of V.F.W.
The next meeting will be
May 20, at 7 o'clock at Paul-
ine s Restaurant.


TRY US FIRST!
WE HAVE HARD TO GET PARTS FOR BOATS, LAWN AND
GARDEN EQUIPMENT, TRACTORS, MOTORCYCLES, TRUCKS
AND AUTOMOBILES AVAILABLE DAILY FROM OUR NAPA
DISTRIBUTION CENTER.

St. Joe Auto Parts Gold Hat Auto Parts
201 Long Avenue Highway 71
Port St. Joe, Fla. Wewahitchka, Florida
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You Are Cordially Invited to Attend

LONG AVENUE

Baptist Church
Corner Long Ave. and 16th St.

SUNDAY SCHOOL ................... 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................ 11:00 A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ................ 5:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ............... 7:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday).... 7:00 P.M.


Rev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


JEROME CARTIER,
Minister of Music


in a line large enough so beach
communities between here
and there could tie into the
main if they wished to put in
sewage systems in the future.
At that time, the City didn't
give an estimated cost to the
Beach community.
Mayor Frank Pate told
Heathcock the City would take
the matter up with the other
two major customers of the
plant and would give Mexico
Beach an estimated cost with-
in two weeks.
The Beach officials were
advised the cost would vary
from quarter to quarter, as
expenses of operation are
divided up at quarterly meet-
ings with each customer as-
sessed for his share of opera-
tion expense quarterly.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business, the Com-


mission:
-Agreed to lease one of the
old Washington High School
buildings to the Gulf County
Association for Retarded Citi-
zens for five years, with an
option to re-new for a second
five year period. The GARC
will re-habilitate the building,
which is now nothing but an
empty shell, at its own ex-
pense.
-Received notification
from the state Insurance
Services Office that the City
would be surveyed within the
next six months to set fire
insurance rates for the City.
The survey is performed by
the state agency every 10
years. It has now been nearly
11 years since the last survey.
-Increased its charges
made for rental of the City's
heavy equipment.


Phil Arnold, pitcher for the Woodville softball team is
shown above receiving the Most Valuable Player trophy
from Lions' Club president Tim Griffin. Arnold's team,
pictured in the photo below, was the winner of the fifth annual
tournament which was held last week end at the softball
complex behind the Port St. Joe High School. Arnold was
selected for the MVP award for his pitching, fielding and
hitting performances in the tournament. --Star photos


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1980 PAGE TREE


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Woodville Takes Lions'



Annual Softball Tourney


Neither wind, rain, mud or
heat of the afternoon could'
stop the Port St. Joe Lions
Club sixth annual softball


tournament this past week
end.
Woodville won five games in
a row to take tournament


Runners to Hit the Beach


In Saturday Contest at Ling Festival


The St. Joseph Bay Road
Runners will host the first
annual Mexico Beach Ling
Fiesta 5,000 meter run to be
held on Memorial Day week
end, Saturday, May 24.
The run is sponsored
through the courtesy of the El
Governor Motel of Mexico
Beach.
Registration will be race
day, beginning at 8:00 a.m.,
and continuing until 9:00 a.m.,
CST.
Trophies will be awarded to
the overall first four male and
female finishers. Merchandise
awards will be presented to
the 20 first place winners.
Place ribbons go to second
through sixth place in each
age group.
Super T-shirts will be given
to the first 150 runners to cross
the finish line. Additional


T-shirts may be ordered at
$4.00 each with approximately
two week delivery.
The course will start at 37th
Street and Highway 98 and
continue on Highway 98 to
near the old pier (Fiesta Food
Store), turn around and pro-
ceed back to near 37th Street.
Traffic will be blocked on
both ends of the course for the
duration of the run.
Thanks to the contribution
from the El Governor Motel,
the entry fee will be kept to a
minimum $3.50. All members
of the St. Joseph Bay Road
Runners will pay half price for
their entry fee.
There will be male and
female divisions. Age groups
are: 11 and under; 12-15;
16-19; 20-24; 25-29; 30-34;
35-39; 40-44; 45-49; 50-over.


For further information,
contact race director, Perry


McFarland at 229-6153 after
5:00 p.m.


honors, defeating teams like
Dubose Insurance of Pensa-
cola, Raffield's and Lewis and
Thompson of Tallahassee in
the finals.
Lewis and Thompson of
Tallahassee was first runner-
up. Raffields was second
runner-up and Dubose Insur-
ance of Pensacola, third run-
ner-up in the 16 team tourna-
ment.
Local hopeful, Raffield's,
was beaten out in the finals,
first by Woodville in extra
innings, then by Lewis and


Thompson, losing each game
by only one run.
Most Valuable Player hon-
ors went to Phil Arnold of
Woodville. Phil pitched for the
champions, making several
good plays. His home run in
the last minutes of the final
game helped make the differ-
ence in a close game with
Lewis and Thompson.
The Lions Club enjoyed a
successful tournament and
greatly appreciated the teams
and the community for their
support of its activities.


Today through May 31


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Hiway 98, St. Joe Beach Ph. 648-8907
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Insurance _ Companies

Life -Fire -Auto

MARK PELT, Representative
Monday, Wednesday, Friday in Port St. Joe
Tuesday and Thursday, 9 to 1 in Port St. Joe.
412 Monument Avenue Phone 227-1684
Tuesday and Thursday in Wewahitchka at
Brown's Shoe Store Phone 639-2777
OFFICE HOURS: 9-5
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Letters

from Rep. Leonard Hall


Raising the legal drinking
age; putting prayer back in
public schools; taxation; en.
ergy; transportation; teach-
er raises and corporal pun-
inshment in the schools has
made the past six weeks in
the Florida House of Repre-
sentatives a time of heated
debate and longer than usual
daily sessions.
These issues have also
made this a year of dealing
with some very controversial
issues.
This year's financial pro-
grams have yet to be faced
and this will surely mean
some more major battles to
be faced over the remaining
fe. weeks of session.
,The corporal punishment
bill has drawn a lot of
media attention .recently. It
is good to see this bill pass
as it shpws that the attitude
of the legislature toward ed-
ucation is that the process
should not have to be inter-
rupted because of one or two
who have behavior prob-
lems.
A bill that we defeated
this past week would have
added an additional cost to
everyone's utility bills as
this legislation would have
required utility companies to
send notification of delin-
quentm ills. This would have
forced the people of Florida
tol ay an additional cost
because of the few who do
not pay their bills on time.
The House Bill 275 (Mur-
phy.Act Lands) will be com-
ing. to the House Floor for
debate early next week. This
bill passed out of committee
last week with a unanimous
vote.
ALook at this week in the
House of Representatives
-House Bill 275 (Murphy
Act Lands) Provides for
computation of all taxes on
lapds possessed by the state
during the Depression. These
lands can be purchased on
first option by the previous
owners if they can prove
payment of taxes for previ-
-:a 20 years on property. By
payment .of all, liens,; levies
and taxes since confiscation
these lands go back to the
original owners. Application
forms are to be furnished by
TIITF. Action pending.
House Bill 540 Provides
that public school teachers
permit student volunteers to
offer a period of prayer at
the beginning of each school-
day and students not wishing
to participate may be excus-
ed. Action pending.
House Bill 901 This pro-
hibits the sale of oysters
from outside of the State
unless the buyer is made
'tware of the fact. Oysters
from Florida cannot be sold
;unless there is a label stat-
.ng where they are, from.
passedd .
' .House Bill 161 Would raise
the legal drinking age in the
State of Florida to 19. Pro-
.hilits possession or con-
sumiption of alcoholic beve-


tGraduation

May 29
:Faith Christian School will
hold it s sixth annual Kinder-
gdrten Graduation Program,
Thursday, 'May 29, at 7:30
p.m., in the auditorium of
Long Avenue-Baptist Church.
The students will present a
short review of their phonics,
ading, and number skills
along withthe recitation of
Bible Verses, poems and
soiig4 learned during the year.
The happy graduates invite
you to enjoy their program
and to share with them the
excitement of receiving their
deplomas.
the 1980 K-5 Graduates are:
Heather Lewis, Chris Parker,
Cameron Dawson, Wendy Os-
brone, Davina Segmour,
Karend Lanier, Michael Whit-
field, Dennis McCloud, Dana
Swatts, Jason Reilly, Rusty
Harper, Michael Hammond,
Jason White, Shannon Cain,.
Elitha Gant, and Randy Ram-
sey.


Stages by anyone under the
i age of 19. Referred back to
SAppropriations Committee
for fiscal impact statement.
House Bill 1459 States that
X-ray machine operators
shall be allowed to take only
x-rays. Radiological technol-
ogists may give treatments
'in addition to taking x-rays.
Passed.
House Bill 1508 "Fuzz-Bus-
ter Bill" Outlaws the use of
Police Radar Detection de-
vices, in the State of Florida.
Passed.
House Bill 464. Increases
the penalty for burglary
from first degree felony to
second degree felony and a
second degree felony burg-
lary to a third degree fel-
ony. Passed.
House Bill 1615. Provides
and encourages municipali-
ties and counties to enter
into agreements and to com-
bine the services of water
management. Prohibits cer-
tain authorities from exer-
cising power to control
water supply sources. Pro-
vides for issuance of reve-
nue bonds by water manage-
ment districts. Passed.

Must Sign

Up for CETA

Saturday
Young people between the
ages of 14-21 may apply for
summer work at the CETA
Office at 411 Reid Avenue on
Saturday, May 24th from 8:00
a.m. to 4 :00 p.m., EDT. This
is the only day applications
will be taken.
Each participant selected
must be declared economi-
cally disadvantaged accord-
ing to CETA guidelines and
regulations. Each applicant
must have a birth certificate,
social security card, and a
work permit for those under 18
years of age. Each applicant
will be expected to work 8
hours per day, 40 hours per
week and will be paid a
minimum wage of $3.10 an
hour. Those selected will start
work on June 16th and con-
tinue working through July
25th. Participants and parents
will also be required to attend
a classroom training pro-
gram, tentatively set for Mon-
day and Tuesday nights.
There will also be a coun-
selor, coordinator selected as
well as four counselor leaders.
These people will be selected
on the basis of prior CETA ex-
perience.

Mission H

Met with

Mrs. Joines
Mission Group II of First
United Methodist Church met
at the Church on Monday with
Mrs. Alfred Joines hostess,
and fourteen members pre-
sent.
Mrs. Edith Stone, Program
Chairman, gave the program
using the topic "We Can't Quit
Now" applying both to our
daily lives and to God.
In the absence of the chair-
man, Mrs. Charles Browne
presided over the business
meeting.
Mrs. W.T. Mosely invited
the group to meet with her in
June.

Catholic

Mission at

Mex. Beach
St. Joseph's Catholic Church
will open a mission at Mexico
Beach to be called St. Vin-
cent's Catholic Chapel. The
first Mass will be celebrated
on Saturday, May 24 at 6:00
p.m. I-.
The Chapel is a mobile home
in the pines between 6th and
7th Street, two blocks from
Highway 98.


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THE STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1980 PAGE FIVE



Clinic Loses


Federal Funds


Ned Ailes, Executive Direc-
tor of the Gulf County Gui-
dance Clinic said this week the
Clinic's Federal Funding of
$13,000 will discontinue on
June 30, 1980. For the past
twelve years the Clinic has
received Federal funds to
develop and provide mental
health services in Gulf Coun-
ty. Due to the decrease, the
community is now in danger of
losing vital mental health
services.
The Clinic provides services
to individuals and families
who experience difficulties
ranging from mild adjustment
problems to severe emotional
disturbance. Evaluations,
therapy, counseling and edu-
cational services are provided
by the Clinic. Every month
over two hundred citizens in
This area recieve services at th
Clinic.
According to Ailes, "without
the community's concern and


financial assistance, the Clinic
cannot continue to operate at
the present level. The Board
has been working for the past
year to replace the lost
Federal Funds. Now we are
calling on the community to
assist with this problem."
Questions regarding the
Clinic may be addressed to the
Board of Directors or Mr.
Ailes. Tax deductible contri-
butions should be directed to
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc.

Church Plans

Bake Sale
The Highland View Metho-
dist Church will be sponsoring
a yard sale and bake sale on
Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. It will be held on 4th
Street in Highland View, one
block from Highway 98.


May 18-24 has been declared
"Alcohol Abuse Prevention
Week" in the state of Florida
by Governor Robert Graham.
The Panhandle alcoholism
Council provides many ser-
vices locally and major goal of
P.A.C. is to provide informa-
tion to the public about alcohol
and its effects. Staff members
from all components of the
agency are available for edu-
cational presentations as the
belief is that prevention is as
important as intervention and
treatment.
P.A.C. offers multi-faceted
services in Bay, Calhoun,
Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, and
Washington Counties. Treat-
ment modalities include de-
toxification, residential ther-
apy, assistance to troubled
employees, a minority out-
reach program, specialized
services for women, D.W.I.
school, and outpatient coun-
seling.

Donahue

to Feature

Retarded

The Gulf County Association
for Retarded Citizens encour-
ages its members and all
interested persons to watch a
segment of the Phil Donahue
show which will air over
WJHG television Tuesday,
May 27, at 10 A.M., E.D.T.
The show will center on re-
tarded adults and their capa-
bilities. Donahue will feature
the popular retarded couple,
Roger and Virginia Myers,
about whom a recent tele-
vision movie was made.
Shaun Cassidy and Linda Purl
portrayed the Myers couple in
the movie.
They are also featured in a
book, Like Normal People, by
Robert Myers.


For more information re-
garding alcohol abuse or edu-
cational material please con-
tact the local P.A.C. Office at
302 Third Street or call
227-1128.

Schanback On

Dean's List
Lebanon Mark Anthony
Schanback, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Schanback,
Port St. Joe has been nam-
ed to the Dean's List at
Cuberland College for the
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National Defense


As you know, my con-
tinued support of a balanced
budget includes strong sup-
port for a national defense
second to none. Last week
the House began debating the
Department of Defense
authorization bill for fiscal
year 1981. As reported by the
House Armed Services Com-
mittee, the bill authorizes
over $53 billion for military
procurement, research and
development, and civil
defense activities for FYI981,
and sets military and civilian
personnel levels. The bill in-
cludes authorization for some
$6 billion in unrequested
weapons and other hardware.
It is, therefore, more than $6
billion above the Carter Ad-
ministration request and
some $12.5 billion above last
year's authorization. This
will provide a real increase in
growth of our Defense
budget and I will strongly
support the Department of
Defense appropriation, the
next step in providing our na-
tion with a strong defense.
The passage of this
-legislation is very important
Sto the First Congressional
District of Florida because of
the military installations
Located in Pensacola, Milton,
Fort Walton Beach, and
Panama City. I'm proud that
our District is such an in-
Stegral part of the nation's
defense posture and I'm con-
fident that the Congress will
continue to fund the Depart-
ment of Defense budget in
Such a way that our nation's
defenses will never lack for
the proper military equip-
ment or qualified military
personnel. I will continue to
offer my strong support for
the defense of our country
within the confines of a
Balanced budget.
Military Pay
Just this past week, as a
member of the House Armed
Services Committee and the
SSubcommittee on Military
: Compensation, I listened to
Testimony concerning the in-
adequate pay of our military
personnel. I feel very strongly
that we must adequately com-
pensate our military person-
nel who are defending our
nation. Besides inducements
from the civilian sector, lack
- of promotional ' opportun-
ities, and lack of adequate
Sptrticipation in decision-
making processes, a major
reason a good many of our
Highly trained military techni-


cans and career officers leave
the service is a pay scale that
does not equal that of com-
parable positions in the
civilian sector or other
government agencies. In the
next few weeks, the Subcom-
mittee will be considering the
Nunn-Warner proposal for
improving military pay and
benefits. I am hopeful that
this legislation will move
rapidly through the Commit-
tee and the Congress.
District Offices
I'm pleased to announce
that my new District Ad-
ministrator, Earl Hadaway,
has assumed his duties and
will be available to work with
my constituents in the eastern
half of the First District. Earl
will work with the counties of
Bay, Gulf, Holmes,
Okaloosa, Walton and
Washington. He will be per-
forming the same type of
duties that are now being
handled so capably by Carol
Biven, my District- Ad-
ministrator in Pensacola.
Carol works with the citizens
of Escambia and Santa Rosa
counties in the western part
of the District.
Carol and Earl are readily
available to meet with those
in the District who wish to
bring some matter to my at-
tention. My door is always
open to the people of North-
west Florida and, through my
District Administrators, I feel
I am able to maintain a close
relationship with you.

Shrimp Salad
Mrs. Olin E. Teague, wife
of the former Representative
from Texas, submitted the
recipe which Nancy selected
for this week.
1 pound shrimp, boiled,
deveined and diced
V2 cup minced celery
V4 cup minced olives
2 hard cooked eggs,
chopped
V4 cup dairy sour cream
V4 cup mayonnaise
1 tablespoon lemon Juice
pinch of cayenne
salt and pepper to taste
lettuce
Mix shrimp, celery, olives
and eggs. Blend sour cream
with mayonnaise and lemon
juice and season with
cayenne, salt and pepper.
Combine with shrimp mix-
ture and toss until completely
mixed. Chill. Serve on crisp
lettuce. Makes 8 servings.


The National Jr. Honor
Society of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School will conduct it s
annual induction ceremony
Thursday, May 22nd., at 7:30
p.m., in the school commons
area. Special guest speaker
will be Douglas "Dusty" May,
and the public is invited to this
affair.
The administration and fac-
ulty are proud to announce the
following eighth graders who
have maintained a "B" or
better grade point average in
the four academic subjects for
the first semester and fourth
and fifth six weeks, as well as
showing outstanding charac-
ter, service, citizenship, and
leadership qualities: Michelle
Alonza, Timothy Ard; Vicki










Elections were held for
Student Council for school
year 1980-81 this past week.
David Bray was elected presi-
dent; Pat May, vice-presi-
dent; Paula Besore, recording
secretary, Ahsley Abrams,
corresponding secretary and
Sydna Anchors, treasurer.
Congratulations to all and we
think you all will do a fine job.
The Key Club and Keyettes
have also held elections for
1980-81 officers. Key Club
president for next year will be
David Bray. Greg Wood will
be vice-president, Tim Stutz-
man will be treasurer and
Ahsley abrams was chosen as
secretary. President for Key-
ettes will be Dina Parker;
Laura Collinsworth was pick-
ed as vice-president; Paula
Besore, treasurer; Laurie
Smith, secretary and Marlene
Young, parliamentarian.
The National Honor Society
voted for their 1980-1 officers.
Elected president was Debbie
Dunigan. Chosen as vice-pres-
ident was Jackie Kerrigan.
Treasurer will be Lisa Ray;
Leslie Costin, parliamentar-
Sian and Laura Collinsworth,
secretary.
The Seniors went to Orlando
on their class trip May 9
through 11. May 9 was Grad
Night at Disney World and
seniors from all over Florida
congregated there to cele-
brate graduation with lots of
fun and thrills. Saturday, we
visited various points of inter-
est in Orlando including Wet 'n
Wild, which is acres of all
kinds of water amusements
one can think of. Speaking for
all the seniors, we all thor-
oughly enjoyed the trip and
would like to thank all those
who helped make it possible. A
special thanks go out to the
chaperones who went with us.
Thursday night, May 15, the
Spring Concert was given in
the high school commons
area. This year, for the first
time, the band combined with
the choral group. The junior
and senior concert bands
played. The stage band per-
formed and a saxophone trio
and a saxophone sextet play-
ed. The junior and senior
choirs sang a few selections.
The St. Joe Singers performed
last and Ms. Ann Aldridge
gave awards to Andi Bush,
Donny McArdle and Franklin
Hodges. The concert and stage
bands were under the direc-
tion of Daniel Crews. The
choirs and St. Joe Singers
were under the direction of
Ms. Aldridge.
The seniors have only this
week left in school. As gradua-
tion nears, some of us can't


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Alisa Gant, Gary Gremaldi,
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Robin Heacock, Seth Howell,
Keith Jones, Rhonda Kemp,
Jeanette Lawder, James Les-
ter, Traci McClain, Patrick:
McFarland, Keith Presnell,
Pam Sanborn, Marcia Stouta-
mire; Robert Taylor, Brandy
Wood, and Melissa Wood.
After the induction cere-
mony a reception will be held
for new members and their
families. Mrs. Minnie Likely
is faculty advisor for this or-
ganization.


help looking back to when we
first started out in high school.
We could hardly wait till
graduation day so we wouldn't
have to go to school any more.
Now that graduation draws
nearer, only a few days away,
and we think of all the
responsibilities and problems
we face, we may wish to go
back to the carefree days of
high school again. I'm going to
miss good old Port St. Joe
High.
The seniors would like to
invite all of you to graduation
exercises. Baccalaureate will
be held Sunday evening, June
1 at eight o'clock in the high
school gym. Commencement
exercises will be held Monday
evening, June 2 at eight
o'clock, also in the high school
gym.
This will be my last 'School
News' article for The Star. I
would like to thank Mrs.
Margaret Biggs for having
enough confidence in me to
have picked me for the job. I
would also like to thank Mr.
Wesley Ramsey for printing
these articles which I'm sure
were far from being good-
journalism.


Summer Rose Davis


Saturday Is Fiesta Day At.


Mexico Beach


Miss Helen Marie Ullman
was selected as the 1980 Miss
Mexico Beach, and will pre-
side over the Ling Festival
activities this week end at
Mexico Beach. First runner
up was Miss Patricia *Baker.
Emcee for the beauty pag-
eant, held this past Sunday at
the Rustic Sands Camp-
ground, was Robert Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kennedy,
Miss Sebrinia MontsDeOca
and Will Law were judges for
the event.
Miss Teresa Grubbs was the
young lady crowned as the
1980 "Young Miss Mexico
Beach", with Cynthea Rogers
as first runner-up.
Other contestants in the
pageant for Miss Mexico
Beach were Marjorie Schoel-
les and Sharon Witt. Other
participants in the Young Miss
pageant were Cheryl Stan-
ford, Christal Campbell and
Dawn Bond.
The pageant is sponsored by
the Mexico Beach Chamber of
Commerce, and is the kick off
for the Ling Festival this
Saturday, May 24th, Fiesta
Day.
Fiesta Day festivities will:
begin Saturday morning with
registration for the 5,000
meter run at 8:00 a.m.,
followed by the start of the

Young Welcome

Home A Son
Donnie and Carolyn Young
are very proud to announce
the arrival of Donnie Mack,
Jr. He made his arrival at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hos-
pital, on April 9, Weighing 10
pounds, 3/4 ounces. He was
welcomed home by his sisters,
DeAnn and Donna and grand-
parents, Mrs. Reffer Starling
and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Young.


race at 9:00. All through
traffic on U. S. 98 will be
blocked for the duration of the
race. An awards ceremony for
the racewill be held at 10:00.
Most of the Festival activi-
ties will begin at 10:30, with
the annual parade, which
starts at the Wayside Park
and ends at 37th Street. Food
concessions will open at 10:30,
with locations at the Wayside
Park and 37th St. The Arts and
Crafts show opens at 10:30
also, with judging at 11:00 in
the Shopping Center on 31st St.
The Port St. Joe High School
Stage Band will perform at


Society Induction Tonite


Fiesta

Murphy,
A log rolling contest will be
held in the canal at Mar-
quardt's Marinaon 40th St. at
3:00. A square dancing exhibi-
tion will be held at 6:00 at
Marquardt's Marina, with
members of the St. Joe Sun-
shiners performing for the de-
light of those gathered.
One of the highlights of the
tournament, awarding of the
fishing prizes will be held at
7:00. The Festival climaxes
Saturday night at 8:00 with a
street dance at Marquardt's
Marina, with music furnished
by the St. Joe Singers Band.


Tamara Cassani, the former
Tamara "Tami" McMillian,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy
MeMillian of Port St. Joe, was
selected as a cheerleader for
the semi-pro Pensacola
"Wings" football team Sun-
day, May 18.
There were 27 contestants
competing with 15 to be
selected. Tami was a former
cheerleader for the Port St.
Joe Sharks during her junior
and senior high school terms.
The semi-pro Pensacola

Summer Rose

Has First Bloom
Summer Rose Davis cele-
brated her first birthday on
May 9th in Kingston, N.Y.
Summer Rose is the daugh-
ter of Jimmy and Anita Davis,
granddaughter of Mr. and.
Mrs. Frank J. Bruno of Kings-
ton, N.Y. and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles H. Davis of Port St.
Joe.


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IN 'TWO SHAKES'


All you need for this superbly deviled chicken is some
melted butter or margarine, one clove of garlic, and a few
quick shakes of Worcestershire sauce. And of course the
chicken. Remember that the bottle of Worcestershire is a
whole flavor shelf in one-a unique blending of eschalots,
tamarinds, molasses and other fragrant things. This
combination does wonders for chicken-among other
things. And in this recipe you don't even have to brown
the chicken pieces first. Just mix the sauce ingredients
together, pour over the cut-up chicken in a pan and bake
until done, basting with the sauce. It's a dish which takes
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1/2 cup butter or margarine
1 garlic dove, crushed
1/3 cup Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce
1/4 teaspoon salt
2-1/2 pound chicken, cut in serving pieces
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Add garlic; simmer for 1 minute. Stir in Worcestershire
sauce and salt. Place chicken in a foil-lined baking pan.
Spoon sauce over chicken. Bake until chicken is done,
about 45 minutes, basting occasionally. YIELD: 4
portions.


Gulf County Delta Kappa
Gamma members of the Beta
Beta chapter went to Chipley
for a combined meeting with
the Phi Chapter at the First
Baptist Church on Saturday,
May 17.
Separate chapter business
meetings were held. An ex-
ceptional devotion was given
by Edith Stone who shared
"Fragments" of special in-
terest to teachers, a collection
that spanned many years.
One teacher from each
county in the Beta Beta
chapter was honored for out-
standing achievement. The
winners are Jacque Price,
Gulf County; Mary Knight,
Calhoun County; and Lenda
McClain, Bay County.
The Phi Chapter made up of
women educators from
Holmes, Jackson, and Wash-
ington Counties presented an
impressive and inspirational
program by giving vingnettes
of each of the original found-


"'Wings" football team is in its
second season with seven


Tami Cassani


home games and five out of
town games with their season
beginning August 6.
Tami was a 1977 graduate of
Port St. Joe High and was
selected to "Who's Who"
among American high.school
cheerleaders in 1976-77.
She is married to HM-3
Richard L. Cassani, USN, and
they reside in Pensacola, with
their son, Russell. Tami is now
employed as a medical secre-
tary for Dr. Newcomb and Dr.
Clifford.
The-Pensacola "Wings"
team was conference cham-
pions for the 1979 season.


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Jacque Price, Martha San-
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Achievement Award winners: from left, Mary Knight,
Blountstown; Jacque Price, Port St. Joe; and Lenda McCain,
Lynn Haven.

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11:00, followed at 11:30 by the
sand sculpture judging.
The Swamp Hollow Sky
Divers will make their first
jump of the day at the new
pier at 12:00, with additional
jumps scheduled at 1:30 and
3:00. Two activities are slated
for 12:30, crab races, which
are a lot of fun for children
and adults alike, and a gospel
sing. A skate board contest
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1980


PAGE SIX


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,How You Water Your


Lawngrass Is Crucial
Spring time brings warm depends onhow much water is Too much wa
sun and new growth to plants, already present in the soil and is harmful t
including your lawngrass. As on the soil's ability to hold cause it keej
all of us know, water is water. You want to wet the constantly s
essential for an attractive, entire root zone,' but not need air as i
healthy lawn. And, during this saturate the soil. A general function prop
time of year, when Florida rule for watering Florida water decrease
does not receive much rain- lawns is to apply from one-half Never allow 1
:fall, it's necessary to supply- to one inch of water, which at a faster ra
meat the water requirement means about three-hundred to absorbed by
of your lawagrass with an six-hundred gallons of water excess will on
effective watering program. for a thousand square feet of wasted.
Florida usually gets a lot of grass. During the winter, you The time t
rainfall each year. So, it may can water about every two important.
not seem that a lack of water weeks. In the summer how- watering dur
could become a serious prob- ever, the lawn may need part of the
lem for your lawngrass. But, water as often as twice a cially cool th
Remember that Florida's soils week. Keep in mind that this is practice wasl
are quite sandy for the most a general rule. All soils are is rapidly losi
part, and don't hold water different, so you may have to ration. Thus,
very well. Also, during the adjust these amounts of water water and mo
very hot days of summer for your particular lawn. apply water
-water is quickly lost from the morning or
soil. So, to keep your lawn- To apply water correctly, even at night
grass lush and green,,you need avoid extremes, lightfrequent the moisture i
to apply water on a regular waterings are inefficient, and soak into the
basis. produce shallow root systems, rising into the
Basically, the watering pro-
gram contains three factors:
Determining when to water,
:the amount of water toapply,
wiand the method of applying
-water.
There are several ways you
can tell when your lawn needs
water. If you notice spots in
the lawn which first look
bluish-gray in color, and then
turns brown, water is needed.
Another way to tell if the lawn
needs water is to see if foot-
prints remain in the grass for
a long time after the lawn has
been walked on. A well
watered lawn can withstand a
normal amount of traffic
without leaving prints in the
grass. Still another way is to
take a soil sample from the
root zone of the grass. If it
feels dry and crumbly, water
is needed. .
Certain cultural factors tend Jamie Mis CarlWhittle
to go along with a need for
: water. High temperatures and
strong winds will cause plants Jamie Mims To W
to lose water faster than they Jam ie T W
can absorb it. When your lawn
show signs of needing water, ar h Sr
A Carl Whittle Satur
water it immediately. A delay
may cause permanent dam-
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How much water to apply Mims, of Overstreet, would preaching me
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ter however also
o the grass be-
ps the root zone
saturated. Roots
well as water to
perly. Too much
ses their growth.
the water to run
te than it can be
y the soil. The
ly run off and be
o water is also
It's true that
ring the hottest
day will benefi-
e grass, but this
tes water which
t through evapo-
to conserve both
ney, it's best to
* in the early
late afternoon,
:, anytime when
is more likely to
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 22. 1980 PAGE SEVEN


Four Parties Fete Sarah


Ann Roberts, Bride-elect


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Miss Gloria Jean Thompson


Engaged


Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Thomp-
son of Port St. Joe announce
the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter, Gloria Jean, to
Chester A. Willis III.
The bride-elect is a 1979
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School. The prospective bride-
groom is a 197! graduate of
Edward H. White High School
of Jacksonville. He is the son
r Mra Gloria Willis of Jack-


sonville and Mr. Chester Wil-
lis, Jr.,- also of Jacksonville.
Chester is employed with the
federal government in Orlan-
do, and is also studying busi-
ness law at Valencia College.
The wedding will take place
June 14, at two o'clock, at
Philadelphia Primitive Bap-
tist Church. A reception will
follow at the bride's home.
All friends and relatives are
invited to attend.


ed

"day


ounce the ap-
arriage of their
amie Lynn, to
Whittle, of Don-
i. Carl is the son
s. James Robert
eort St. Joe.
elect is oresent-


ly attending Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School where
she is a Senior. The groom-
elect is a 1975 graduate of
Port St. Joe, Jr.-Sr. High
School, and is presently em-
ployed with the Cedar
Springs Paper Mill in Cedar
Springs, Ga.
The wedding will be an
event of Saturday May, 24,
at 3:00 in the afternoon at
the First Baptist Church of
Port St. Joe. Local invitat-
ions will not be sent, but all
friends and relatives of the
couple are cordially invited
to attend.


Ely-Elliott

Final Plans
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E.
Ely announce final plans for
the marriage of their daugh-
ter, Mary Elizabeth, to Ronald
Wayne Elliott, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ronald K. Elliott. The
wedding will take place on
Saturday, May 24, at 4:00
p.m., at the First Presby-
terian Church, Port St. Joe.
Diane Collier will be the
maid of honor and John
Courelias will serve as best
man. The Rev. John Stuart
will officiate. All friends and
relatives are invited to attend
the wedding and a reception
immediately following in the
fellowship hall of the church.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Mrs.
Laura Sapp wish to thank
their friends for their many
acts of kindness and sympathy
shown during their bereave-
ment.
May God bless each and
every one of you.
The Sapp and Thomas
Families


ALISA DUREN


Alisa Duren Participates


In Realtors Institute


Mrs. Alisa Duren, a mem-
ber of the Panama City Bay
County Board of Realtors, was
recognized last week by the
Board of Realtors for her
success and participation in
the Realtors Institute, a week-
ly education program con-
ducted by the Florida Associa-
tion of Realtors. Mrs. Duren
was presented with a certifi-
cate by Parker C. Banzhaf,
President of the Florida As-
sociation of Realtors.
Mrs. Duren is a Realtor-
Associate with Marguerite
Wainwright's Gallery of
Homes Mexico Beach.
Institute students attended
daily classes at the Holiday
Inn, International Dr., Orlan-
do.
A faculty of twenty instruc-
tors conducted classes in real
estate fundamentals, legal
aspects, economics, listing
and selling, finance, adver-
tising, construction, condo-
miniums, taxes, appraising,
office management, invest-
ment, exchanging, syndica-
tion, communication, and pro-
perty management. Instruc-
tors came from 3 states and 11
Floria communities.
Realtors Institute classes
opened with an evening ori-
entation session on Sunday
and closed with a written
examination on Saturday. Stu-
dents who complete three
Institute courses earn the
nationally recognized desig-
nation of G.R.I., (Graduate,
Realtors Institute).

Swim Lessons

Being Offered
Swimming lessons will be
starting on June 10, under the
direction of Marsha Weber.
The first two-week session will
be held at the Hollanday Motel
in Mexico Beach.
For further information and
registration call Marsha Web-
er at 648-8958.


Realtors and Realtor-
Associates (salesmen) from
all parts of Florida met in
Orlando for the Institute.
Nancy P. Traugott, Sarasota,
is dean of Course 1-A; Claudet-
te E. McIntosh, St. Peters-
burg, is dean of Course 1-B; H.
Curtis Grothmann, Ft. Laud-
erdale, is dean of Course 2;
and Michael K. Plum, Delray
Beach, is dean of course 3.
Mrs. Duren is looking for-
ward to her completion of the
three Insitute courses which
will earn her the nationally
designation of G.R.I.


Mrs. Basil Kenney, Jr., Mrs.
W. S. Quarles, Jr., and Mrs.
Craig Harmon honored June
bride-to-be Sarah Ann Roberts
with a lovely bridal luncheon
on May 3. The liun-ceon was
held in the home of Mrs.
Kenney in Lynn Haven.
Guests in attendance were
served a delicious meal while
seated at one of four attrac-
tively decorated tables.
Those enjoying the occasion
were: Mrs. D. E. Maxwell,
Mrs. C. H. Abbott, Mrs. Gaunt
of Lynn Haven; Mrs. Franklin
D. Abbott, Mrs. Brian Abbott,
Mrs. N. A. Brown, Mrs.
William Maloy of Pensacola;
Mrs. F. G. Roberts, Mrs.
Edward Wood, Mrs. Elmore
Godfrey, Mrs. Oscar Bate-
man, Mrs. Edwin Ramsey,
Mrs. Jack Kerigan, Mrs. Noel
Phillips, Mrs. Ferrell Allen,
Jr., Mrs. Roy Smith, Mrs.
James B. Roberts, Miss Anne
Quarles, all of Port St. Joe.
The hostesses presented the
honoree with a serving spoon
in her chosen sterling pattern.
Miss Sarah Ann Roberts,
June bride-elect, was feted
with a lovely' miscellaneous
shower on May 9 by the ladies
of Faith Bible Church in the
home of Mrs. W. S. Quarles,
Jr.
The honoree was presented
a dainty corsage of pink roses
and many delightful and use-
ful gifts by those in attenda-
ance. The guests enjoyed
refreshments of cake, punch
and nuts.
Miss Sarah Ann Roberts and
Franklin Dabney Abbott, Jr.,
were honored with a kitchen-
tool dinner given by Mr. and
Mrs. Audie Adkison and their
son, Shane Adkison. The event
was held in the Adkison home
in Gulf Breeze on March 22.
Each guest presented the
prospective bride and groom
with a kitchen utensil and a
handy tool. A delicious buffet
of barbequed pork, curried
rice with mushrooms, bean
sprout and spinach salad was
enjoyed by all attending.
Miss Sarah Ann , Roberts,
June bride-elect was honored
on Saturday, May 17 with a
luncheon hosted by Mrs. Da-
vid B. May, Mrs. Ferrell 0.
Allen, Jr., Mrs. Roy Smith and


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Member: FDIC


Phone 229-8226


529 Fifth St.


Mrs. Noel Phillips.
The lovely event was held in
the home of Mrs. David B.
May on Allen Memorial Way.
Upon her arrival, the honoree
was presented with an en-
graved cake knife and a
corsage of pink silk roses.
The guests were seated at
tables with beautiful flower
centerpieces and various ar-
rangements of fresh daisies
were enjoyed throughout the
home.
Those enjoying the delicious
luncheon were Miss Dawn
Anchors, Mrs. James B. Rob-
erts, Mrs. Cecil Harrison,
Mrs. Sidney Anchors, Mrs. C.
R. Lamberson, Mrs. Tom
Ford, Mrs. Edward Wood,
Mrs. W. S. Quarles, Jr., Mrs.
N. F. Allemore of Port St. Joe;


Mrs. Basil E. Kenney, Jr., and
Mrs. D. E. Maxwell of Lynn
Haven.

Film Tonight at
Faith Christian
Faith Christian School pre-
sents an exciting film, "The
World that Perished", Thurs-
day, May 22, at 7:30 p.m., at
Faith Bible Church.
This film is a forceful
documentary presenting
scientific evidence that the
Genesis flood really happen-
ed. Only eight people survived
this catastrophe, the most
awesome event this planet has
ever known.
You are invited to come.


Russ Beauty Salon

Specializing In:
Permanent Waves, Hair Cutting,
Press and Curl, Hair Conditioning,
Geftin and Ghirmack.

Lola Russ, Mgr. and Operator
Open - Monday through Thursday, 6 to 9 P.M.
Friday and Saturday, all day
(Please call for Appointment)
Call 229-6930 for Appointment
Located In Lynn Faye Motel, Main Street





Thanks


I wish to thank each and every
one for their vote of confidence

and support in the City election.



Mickey Bateman


Hannon Insurance

Agency

The Insurance Store - Since 1943


Auto - Home - Business -Life - Flood

Bonds - Mutual Funds


8:30 til 6:00, Monday through Friday

221 Reid Avenue Phone 227-1133 r

We are HERE to Service What We Sell


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PAGE EIGHT


INVESTMENT
Smart investors always seek
greatest dividends for their inv
ment . .. so here's a tip for yo
small investment of your tim
regular check-ups by your fa
doctor can result in the most pi
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Don't gamble with your health
invest in your'future. Make an
pointment for a physical exam
tion now.
Yet R 4b PPHIMA

BUZZETT'S
DRUGSTORE
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1980


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2 Lt. M. E. Eells
Finishes Course
Second Lt. Michael G. Eells
was graduated May 13, 1980
from the Officers Rotary Wing
Aviator Course at Fort Ruck-
er, Alabama.
Michael and his wife,
Theresa, will be leaving in
June for a three year tour of
duty in Germany where he
:will be flying the UH-1 Heli-
copter with E Company, 6th
Aviator Combat Battlion of
the 3rd Infantry Division of
the Army.
SMike is the son of Byron and
Kathleen Eells of Houma,
SLousisana and the grandson of
Mrs. Byron Eells and Mrs.
I.C. Nedley of Port St. Joe.


' Coach Wayne Taylor does the hard work and holds the spring practice this week.
blocking dummy while he urges his charges to "Hit it!" in

Sharks Prep


for Jamboree


Port St. Joe High School's
football Sharks were winding
down spring training this
week, and making prepara-
tions for entering the spring
jamboree to be held in Mar-,
anna Friday night of next
week.
Participating in the jam-
boree with the Sharks will be


Marianna, Bristol, Blounts-
town, Wewahitchka and Boni-
fay.
The teams will be partici-
pating in six quarters \of
football.
The Sharks will be meeting
Wewahitchka in the third
period and Marianna in the
fifth period.


80-81 Hunt Season



Set by Commission


The 1980-81 hunting season
will officially begin the second
Saturday in November, ac-
cording to formal action taken
Friday by the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission
meeting in Tallahassee.


Bowling


New

Results from the Thursday
Night Ladies bowling-May 15
are as follows:
On lanes one and two
Highland View Motors won W
three from Surefoots. Bertha
Clayton's 179 game and 499 p
series were high for HVM. On Ph
the Surefoots Rhonda Gainous Pe
had a 149 game and 414 series. M
SandPipers swept four wins tu
from Royal Flush on lanes ga
three and four. Marion Deeson A
set the pace for the Sand- R
Pipers with a 186 game and 504 17
series. Lee Strayer, bowling
with a 116 average had a 142 no"
game and 362 series for Royal an
Flush. La


Many forms of cancer are
curable'.


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The Commission voted to
open the .general hunting
season on Nov. 8 statewide,
reversing the split opening of
last year. Deer and hog
hunting will continue until
January 4 everywhere but the


On lanes five and six, Diane
hitfield's 225 game was 78
is over her average. She
d a 491 series to help her
psi Cola team win four from
murphy's. Janet . Murphy
rned in a 406 series and 157
me for Murphy's.
On lanes seven and eight the
ley Kats won three from
'nfro. Peggy Heacock had a
0 game and teammate Elea-
r Williams had a 168 game
d 476 series for the Kats.
Juan Pogue's 167 game and
series was high for Renfro.
endings W L
ghland View Mtr. 86 18
ndPipers 71 33
irphy's 62 42
psi Cola 61 43
ey Kats 57 47
nfro 44 60
refoots 28/ 75%
yal Flush 6% 97%


First

Presbyterian Church
SSixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIPSERVICE ....... 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAYSCHOOL CLASS .... 11:00 A.M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday - 7:00-7:45

Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857



FIRST

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Streed and Baltzell Avenue
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor
AL YANCEY, Minister of Music
SUNDAY SCHOOL ............................. 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ......... 11:00 A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ......................... 6:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ..... 7:00 P.M.


"Come and Worship God with Us"


Northwest Region where it
will close January 25.
Several changes are in store
for Florida hunters, the most
notable pertaining to the hunt-
ing of white-tailed deer. A new
regulation will allow the tak-
ing of deer with at least one
antler visible above the hair-
line. Previously hunters were
restricted to taking deer with
at least one antler five or more
inches in length.
Archery season will open
later and run longer with the
Commission adopting dates of
September 13 through October
12. There will also be a speical
muzzleloading gun season
from October 24 through
October 26 in all regions but
the Northwest where the muz-
zleloading gun season will be
February through 22.
Quail and squirrel seasons
have been established for
November 8 through March 1
statewide. Deer dog training
will be October 4 through 23 in
all regions except the North-
west where it is slated for
October 4 through 26.


For

Ambulance
- Call -

227-1115


The Sharks sharpen up their passing attack in spring
practice, which has been underway all this week.
-Star photo

Beaches VFD Plans Auction to
Raise Funds for Department


The Gulf County Beaches
Volunteer Fire Department
will hold an auction at 10
a.m. on Saturday, May 31.
The auction will be held at
the old used car lot beside
the Union 76 Station, High-
way 98 in Port St. Joe.
Persons wishing to donate


items for this auction may
do so by calling 648-8949,
648-5024 or 648-5044. Please,
no used clothing or major
appliances for this auction.

To ripen fruits faster,
place them in a per-
forated plastic bag.


Appreciation Day




Free Fish Fry


for U.S. Senator


DICK I

1 K-

STONE 6

In appreciation for his continued .,
support on our Deep Sea Port
to create new jobs I



Saturday, May 24
5:00 P.M., EDT

Centennial Building - Port St. Joe

Music - Drawing ($5000 Cash Door Prize)
You Must Be Present to Win

Sponsored by: International Longshoreman's Locals
1564- 1713, AFL-CIO, Port St. Joe


214


Two Local

l Grads from

Mobile Col.
Mobile College graduated
its 14th and largest class on
Saturday, May 10.
Baccalaureate was held at
10 a.m. at Woodmont Baptist
Church. The Rev. William L.
Dean, pastor of the First
Baptist Church of Sylacauga
was the guest speaker.
Graduation exercises took
place in the Mobile Munici-
pal Theater. Candidates for
graduation totaled 209. This
number included those re-
ceiving the bachelor of arts
and science degrees and the
-associate degree in nursing.
Graduation speaker was
U.S. Rep. Jack Edwards,
congressman from the First
District of Alabama.
Steven Dwayne Cloud and
Scott Craig White, both of
Port St. Joe, graduated with
a Bachelor of Arts degree.

-Star photo Gary Speights
Earns Degree
Gary Alan Speights of
Port St. Joe has successfully
completed the requirement
fok the Bachelor of Arts
degree in Arts and Sciences
at the close of winter quar-
ter at the University of
South Alabama.
Gary will be among 213
students awarded diplomas
at USA commencement ex-
ercises in June.


Outfit your little
Dixie Leaguer at
The Athletic House

* Gloves

* Shoes
* Baseballs
* Bats

* Caps
and all the accessories
for baseball and softball


The Athletic House


323 Reid Ave.


Phone 229-6805


Pate's Service Center


4 Monument Ave. Phone 227-1291


Now open on an interim basis, the new
North Carolina State Zoo near Saagrove,
will feature the world's largest natural environmental zoo.



Bob's Crickets

In Alley at
218 7th St.

Call Bob at /

229-8839

Our Crickets are
guaranteed to entice those big ones!


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We Reserve Limit Rights


Cigarettes Excluded
S In Limit Deals


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Specials for:
May 21-27


Double Your
Savings at Save way!


510 Fifth Street
Port St. Joe, Fla.


32 Ounce Returnables
RCCOLA 4
or DIET RITE
Limit 4 with $ 10.00 Order or More


Argo 16 Ounce Cans
Whole Kernel and Cream Style CORN 3/$1 0
16 Ounce Cans
FINE FARE PORK & BEANS 3/$100


All Hot Shot
Bug Spray
20 Oz. Bottle
Milkmate


15off
$139


Jergens Bath
Soap Size 4
13 Oz. Chips Ahoy
Cookies


Country Style
LOIN
RIBS
Lb. 88


Pork
NECK
BONES
4 /$100


Choice Cut Chicken
SDrumsticks,
rBreast, Thighs,
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Frozen Foods
4-i r- - - -


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i- ---- i r *of


Salute
Party Pizzas
Morton's
CREAM PIES
Delicious Mexican Food
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$398
39c Freshest Produce In Town!
We Haul Our Garden Fresh Produce Straight from the Market to
2/88C YouEvery Week


Barber Fruit
Punch


Gallon 88�


1 Lb. Mrs. Filbert's
Margarine


69�


Fresh Florida Yellow Sweet
SCorn6 Ears 7


Fresh Ripe Water


Large Honey "
TANGERINES
Fresh Florida
GRAPEFRUIT
Fresh Florida
JUICY ORANGES


2/29C


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Dz. 88


9C Golden Ripe Fresh Tender
Bananas Lb29" String Beans Lb.4
rmelons Fresh Sweet Cantaloupes
Fresh Florida Fresh Florida
POLE BEANS Lb. 69 EGiGPLANT Lb. 3
Fresh Florida I Pound Cello Bag 1
FRYING OKRA Lb. GOLDEN CARROTS B
Fresh Florida Fresh Heads
GARDEN PEAS Lb. 69' GREEN CABBAGE -2 2
Fresh Florida S 4i 0 Fresh Cello Bag
YELLOW SQUASH b.$100 CRISP RADISHES ag 14


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20 Ounce Kelogg's 39
Raisin Bran
12 1-Oz. Pkgs. Carnation $ 39
Hot Cocoa Mix
50 Count Fine Fare
Coffee Filters 2/99
32 Oz. Lipton Lemon Tree 39
Lemonade Mix 2
"Coldest Drink In Town"
ICE COLD "ICEES"
For Extra Ice 14
Ice Cube Trays
Dixie Lily-71/4 Ounce
Macaroni & Cheese 3/
16 Oz. Argo / $
Cut Green Beans 3/ 1
3 Oz. Armour 3 /
Potted Meat / 1


Select Skinned Deveined Tender
BEEF LIVER
Tender Lean
SMOKED CHOPS
USDA Choice Tender
CUBED STEAK


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PAGE TEN


NOTICE OF TAX SALE

Pursuant to Chapter 197.062, Florida Statutes, notice is hereby give
the 3OtM day of May, 1980, at 2:00 P.M., E.D.T., TAX SALE CERTIFI
sld on the following described lands to pay the amount due for ta
opposite the same, together with all costs of such sale and all advertise
held at the Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Gulf County, Flo


WHITFIELO ACRES SURDIVISION IF
NW1/4 OF Swl/4 uF SECTION
5 TWP 7 S R A WEST
--CALHOUN GEORGE W. FT UX
6LK E WHITFIELO ACRES SUBDIVISION
LOT So LESS LOT 75 MY 210 FT. TU
EVERITT REC'O O(B 23/999
WHITFIELD ACRES SECOND AOOITION
. TO HOWARD CREEK
--ARR>(.OUN JULIUS eU.
BLK 2 WHITFIELD ACHES SECOND AJOITION
LOT 2
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNIT NO.
2 IN SECTION 8 T 8 R 8 WEST
CONTAINING 28.81 ACRES IN THE
NW CORe OF SECTION 8 UNRECORDED
5 7 8-GRIrFIN ESTELLE EST. C/U
� OEGIN AT THE SE CON. OF THE SlW1/4
OF SECT. LINE THe RUN 416.34 FT.
TH. RUN N 525*14 FT* TH. RUN
EAST 146e34 FT. TH. RUN S HACK TO
THE POR
MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. I
SWI/4 OF SEI/4 OF SECTION 5/7/8
--BAILEY ANDREE F.
OLK 1 MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. 1
LOT 4
MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
SW1/4 OF SEI/4 UF SECTION 5/7/8
--HOLMES JOSEPH DALTON
ELK 2 MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
LOT 4
KENTUCKEY LANDING SUDO.
S' UNIT NO. 1 IN SECTION 9/4/9
--MILLS WELL He
BL'K I KENTUCKEY LANDING SUBD.
S 75 FT. OF LOT 2
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. 1 SECTION 30/4/9
--OUCHENE KENNETH A. ET AL
BLK 0 RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 1
LOT 4 ORB 7b/1031
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. 2 SECTION 30 T 4 R 9
--BFNNETT STEPHEN
iLK B RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 6
- --CARPENTER A. A.
BLK ' RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT 2
N1/2 OF LOT 4
--CARPENTER A. A.
BLK D RED BULL ISLAND .SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 5
--CARPENTER A. A.
OLK 0 RED BULL ISLAND SURD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 6
--CARPENTER A. A.
BLK D RED BULL ISLAND SURD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 7
--VEAL EDWARD DAN ET UX
BLK F RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 4. 5.
--RAGAN GERALD E. ET UX
SLK H RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 6
--RAGAN GERALD E. ET UX
L H RED BULL ISLAND SUBOD UNIT NO. 2
LOT 7
. -STRICKLAND G. W. & LOIS
BLK K RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 16
-- --BEATTY ROBERT H. ET UX
BLK.L RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 22
.. --BUTLER WALTON
BLK N RED BULL ISLAND SUBD* UNIT NO. 2
1 ACRES ADJOINING LOT 18
IN J.*S GUV'T LOT 2 FRACTL.
SECTION 30 T 4 SOUTH RANGE 9 WEST
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
--SAKER JAMES Ge
rLK A RED HULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 2
--LEHMAN LARRY We
BLK A RED DULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 3
--CLAYTON & LE SUER CONST. CO.
OLK F RED hULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 7
--CLAYTON & LU SUER CONST. CO.
8LK f RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 8
--HUTCHINS VIVIAN Re
OLK Y RED DULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 7
--HUTCHINS VIVIAN Re
8LK Y RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 8
--HUTCHINS VIVIAN Re
BLK Y RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO, 3
LOT 9
COCHRAN LANDING PROPERTY
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION BY PARKER
31 4 9-DUNCAN ROBERT ET UX
JONES BEING A LOT 175 FT. BY 200
31 4 9-BROUKS ALBERT Me ET UX
REC'D OR8 7b/265 THE CHARLES
20 5 9-THOMAS GEORGE L. 6 BILLIE F.
REC'O ORB 72/138 FR. KYSER LYING
IN THE SEI/4 OF SW1/4 OF GgCT*
20 T 5 R 9
20 5 9-COKER ROY F.
* REC'D ORB 73/663 FR. STEWART
100 HY 100 FT.
20 5 9-MAYHANN BILLY JOE ET UX
REC'D ORB 71/639 FROM FOSTER
A STRIP OF LAND IN THE NEC OF
NWl/4 OF SW1/4 OF SECT 20
S RIVERSIDE PARK SUBDIVISION
CORRECTIVE REPLAT UNIT NO. 1
BY JOE T. LAND IN SECTION 31 T 4
RANGE 9 WEST. GULF COUNTY. FLA.
--RHAMES JOHN He.
B.LK 3 RIVERSIDE PARK SUBD. UNIT NO 1I
LOT 4
--ANDERSON HUBERT L. ET UX
BLK 8 RIVERSIDE PARK SUB. UNIT NO 1
LOTS I1 2.
--LEOFORD S. Re
BLK 8 RIVERSIDE PARK SUB. UNIT NO 1
LOTS 11. 12
RIVERSIDE PARK SUBDIVISION
UNIT I UNRECORDED SECT 31/4/9
TWIN LAKES SUBDIVISION UNIT 1
., BY JOE T LAND SECT 36/3/10
S --CAUSEY HARTFORD
BLK 8 TWIN LAKES SU6D. UNIT NO. 1
LOT 1


--CAUSEY HARTFORD LAMAR
BLK 8 TWIN LAKES SUBD. UNIT NO* 1
l.OT 2
--FOKTNER CHARLES
BLK 13 TWIN LAKES SUBD. UNIT NO 1
LOT 18
TWIN LAKES SUBDIVISION UNIT NO. 3
BY JOE T. LAND UNRECORDED


32 5 9-LORTON GEORGE & E. W. YAND
ORB 17/1052 FROM PIPPIN
DALKEITH SUBD. UNRECORDED IN
SECTION 32 T 5 R 9 WEST GULF CO.
33 5 9-YAND E. W. ET UX
enthatFriday, ORB 18/703 FROM BYRD
CATESwflbe 33 5 9-YAND E, We ET UX
xes herein set REC'D ORB 61/1093 FROM BABB
sing. Saletobe AND ORB 71/936 FROM TYRE
rida. 36 3 10-STEWART MAGDALENE DOUGLAS
IN ORIGe LOT 7 FROM MC DANIEL
REC'D ORB 72/571
36 3 10-STEWART MAGDALENE DOUGLAS
S194 255.50 FT. BY 170.49 FT. REC'D
$6d.50 ORB 72/571 FROM MC DANIEL
RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBDIVISION BY
GASKIN BROTHERS LUMBER CO.
BEING IN SECTION 16/4/9
--CARTER JOHN We
SLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBDIVISION
$7*35 N1/2 OF LOT 3
--CARTER JOHN WESLEY
BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 17
RIVERSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 3 BY
GASKIN BROTHERS LUMBER COMPANY
& 337 BEING IN SECTION 16/4/9
23.33 --JONES ORWIN
BLK 2 RIVERSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 3
LOT 11
CENTRAL LANDING SUBDIVISION
BEING IN SECT 36/3/10
3 4 tO-BRYANT WADE
REC'OD ORB 62/15 FR. MERRITT
# 345 4 4 10-BRYANT RICHARD HARVEY
ORB 75/417 BEING KNOWN AS TRACT
*$3042 3 OF AREA G OF STONE MILL
CREEK ACRES AN UNRECORDED PLAT
LAKEHEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
# 354 UNIT NO I SECT 14/4/10
$56.39 13 4 10-WHIPPLE ALLEN
A LUT 100 FT BY 150 FT. IN
THE SE CORe OF ULUE GATOR TRACT
15 4 10-MYERS WILLIe EST.
# 478 LOT 23 ORANGE ACRES, LESS SOLD
$69.32 OFF LOT 100 BY 150 FT. NORTH OF
JAMES MYERS
23 4 10-LOLLIE LARLINF.
BEGIN AT NEC OF W1/2 OF SW1/4 OF
N 585.080 NW1/4 RUN W 50 FT. TH N 100 FT.
TO THE BEG.


# 615.010
S22.05

0 616.040
$16.34

# 616.050
$22.05

# 616.060
S22.05

* 616.070
$22.05

# 617.040
$16.77

0 618.060
$22.05

# 618.070
$22.05

# 621.040
$33.50

# 624.0650
$22.05

# 627.020


23 4 10-BAXTER MRS. ROSIE EST X Le Ce
LOT 60 BY 151 FT ORB 10/135
23 4 10-DICK EMMA & ASBERRY
LOT KNOWN AS MORT MCKINNON LOT
Ce Le MORGAN ADU TO THE CITY OF
WEWAHITCHKA9 FLORIDA ALL CITY
SECTION 23/4/10 NE1/4 OF NE1/4 UF
NIE/4
23 4 10-FISHER CEAPHOUS
ORB 7/578 75 FT BY 151 FT LOT
23 4 10-QUINN BILLY C.
RECORDED IN ORB 10/97


23


4 10-BRITT DAVID Le
REC'D BK 20/74 UFF LEE BACK
TRACT & LOT DES. IN BK 24/456
PROM LOTTIE MC ELROY
BRITTS SUBDIVISION TO WEWAHITCHKA
SECTION 24/4/10
4 10-WILLIAMS DON V.
BEG 20 FT N OF THE S BOUNDARY OF
EAST SIDE OF HIWAY 71 RUN N 25
FT. E 100 FT. S 25 FT W 100 FT.
TO THE POD
4 10-WILLIAMS DON V.
BEG 20 FT. N OF THE S LINE ON
EAST SIOE OF HIWAY RUN E 100 FT
FOR POO TH RUN N 25 FT E 50 FT
S 25 FT TH W 50 FT TO POS BLOCK

4 10-WILLIAMS DON V.
LOT 25 FT BY 100 FT DRUG STORE
MACKS ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
SECTION 25 T 4 R 10


S22.05 -JACKSON CHARLES E. ET UX
GULF COUNTY LAND CO. SUBDIVISION
6LIfc LOTS 1. 2. ORB 72/62
LAKE ALICE ADD TO WEWAHITCHKA
BY EeMe FULLINGTON PARTS OF
* 640.003 NWI74 OF SWl/4
$53.76 25 4 10-BROGDON DOYLE ELLIS ET UX
REC'D ORB 74/814 FROM LISTER
9 640.004 PULPWOOD
$53*76 25 4 tO-STEVENS THOMAS E.
- BK 35/58 PART OF ALICE PITTS
* 640*071 TRACT LESS TO CAUSEY
$30.86 CIRCLE J. ESTATES IN SECTION
25 T 4 R 10 W GULF COUNTY. FLA.
0 640.072 25 4 10-THOMAS DAVID L. ET UX
$30.86 1.7 ACRES MORE OR LESS REC'D
ORB 63/662 FROM ANDY & JOHN
# 640*131 25 4 10-HARRIS CHARLES L.
$22*05 REC'OD ORB 63/264 FR CARTER A LOT
OF LAND 234 FT BY 380 FT.
# 640*132 C. W. ALDERSONS SUBDIVISION TO
$22e05 WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
9 640.133 --DANIELS JAMES E.
$22*05 BLK K C. W. ALDERSONS SUBDIVISION
W 130 FT OF LOTS 54, 55.
RISHES SUBDIVISION
TO WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
# 652 SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
$66.24 --GAINOUS JOHN D. & CARYLON
* 668.010 8LK 3 RISES SUBDIVISION
$64.30 LOT 10
9 748 --GAINOUS JOHN D. & CARYLON
$117.78 BLK 3 RISES SUBDIVISION
LOT 11.
CLECKLFYS ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
# 756 TO WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
S11.74 SECTION 25 T 4 R 10


9 760
$87.47







# 805
$23.33

9 853
5127.23

# 859
$42.23






# 865
*37.66

# 865.001
$33.51

9 897*010
$88*51


--PURSWELL JAMES HOSCUE
BLK 1 CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
LOT 14
CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NgO 2
SECTION 25 T 4,R 10
--HOLLY PERRY
BLK 9 CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 7
HARDENS SUBDIVISION
TO WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
IN SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
--CAPPS MARY V.
BLK 2 HARDENS SUBDIVISION
LOTS 17. N1/2 OF 18 ORB 67/1095
IDA GRIFFIN SUBDIVISION
TO EWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
IN SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
26 4 10-HANO BRYANT ET UX
LOT 50 RY 100 FT ORB 35/644


26 4 10-RILEY JIMMY E.
A LDT 75 BY 100 FT. FROM HILL
REC'D ORB 74/1016
WILLIAMSBURt SUBDIVISION
TO WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
IN SECTION 2b T 4 R 10
--BRITT DAVID L.
OLK 0 WILLIAM3BURG SUBDIVISION
LOTS 1. 2.
--ASH DELCEAR
BLK 0 WILLIAMi3URG SUBDIVISION
LOTS 3.4.


# 958
$11.74


0 967
$18.96
0 972
', $4494

* 1373.020
$42.23

6 1373.021
$23.33




N 1422
$68.66

# 1436
$38.44




0 1448.001
$23.33



0 1517.030


--JONES WILLIE LEE
OLK b WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOT 16
*--FISHER CHARLES M. & ANGELA M.
BLK F WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION.
LOT 7 i ,
--FISHER. CHARLES M. & A., M.,
3LK F WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOT 8
--FISHER CHARLES M. & ANGELA Me
BLK F WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOT 9
PINE RIOGE SUBDIVISION
TU WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
IN SECTION ?3 T 4 R 10
--HAND BRYANT & ANNIE GENE
BLK 1 PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
LOT 4 ORB 69/723
--OICK EMMA LEE
ELK I PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
LOT 3
--JONES ROBERT L.
SLK 1 PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
LOTS 5. 6.
-FRAZIER JIMMY L.
BLK 2 PINE RIOGE SUBDIVISION
LOT 1
--MARSHALL ANNIE MAR C/0
HLK 2 PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
LOT 2
--HILL WILLIE R. C/O
BLK 3 PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
LOT 6


U-*12 --FARMERS HOME ADOM.
* 1526*001 BLK 4 PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
$80.01 5 15 FT. OF LOT 8 & ALL LOT 10
--RILEY NARVIE
BLK 4 PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
LOT 12
--PHARHAM MRS. FVELYN
* 1680 BLK 4 PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
*78.39 LOT 13
LESTERS SUBDIVISION
0 1729 OF WEWAHITCHKAv FLORIDA
$91.63 SECTION 36 T 4 R 10
--HYSMITH TRUSON W & DOROTHY
BLK 4 LESTERS SUBDIVISION
* 1767 LOTS 13. 14. 15. ORB 68/522
$39*13 --COLLINS JACKIE LEE
BLK 1 LESTER SUBDIVISION
LOT 10.11,12. ORB 32/79


* 1775S
$91.63
* 1786
$19.49





* 1847
813*26
* 1862
516.08
* 1865
$16.08


--KNOWLES BILLY
BLK 3 LESTERS SUBDIVISION
SI/2 OF LOT 25 ORB 29/764
--WARREN MRS. NETTIE
BLK 3 LESTERS SUBDIVISION
LOT 21 & W 70 FT OF 24 BK 33/211
36 4 10-WARD BRONZELL & SARAH
REC'D ORB 69/144 FROM WHALEY A A
36 4 10-EDENFIELD ROY
ORB 21/775
THOMAS SUBDIVISION OUT OF SECT 36
AND 25 TWP 4 SR 10 WEST FILED
FOR PERMANENT RECORD SEPTEMBER
26. 1978 REC'D PLAT BOOK 3 PAGE


15 PUBLIC RECORDS
36 4 10-WEEKS COLLINS
RECOD ORB 25/680 & ORB 19/937
& ORB 21/277
# 1952 36 4 10-HURO JAMES E.
$33.04 A LOT FROM JAKE HURD
II 7 10-LILES MRS. EFFIE
REC'D ORB 48/318 LESS 50 X 110 TO
TALL IE. HINSON
0 1953 11 7 10-CHANCEY ROYCE M. & SUSAN
$129.11 REC'D ORB 65/r54" 'WIM3EERLY
11 7 10-KRETZER TIMOTHY ET UX
A LOT BEING 211 BY 100 FT,
FROM BURKE A A
BEATTYOS SUBDIVISION PLAT
# 1957 OF NWI/4 OF SECTION 11 T 7 R 10
$133.34 --ROSS RONALD A.
BLK D BEATTY'S SUBDIVISION
LOTS 1.2.3.4.5*6. 41e THRU 46
# 2076 --TIPTON HERBERT
$36.51 BLK E BEATTY'S SUBDIVISION
LOTS 19.20*21.22.25,26.27.2s.
--TIPTUN HERBERT
BLK F BEATTYIS SUBDIVISION
LOTS 32,33.34.35e
S--TIPTON HERBERT
2$49499 8LK F BEATTY'S SUBDIVISION
LOTS 12,13914,15.16.17.
WIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CI-*
S21917.34001 LYING ON WEST SIDE OF SR 71
BEING IN SECTION 11 T 7 R 10
--GARRETT ROYCE ET UX
BLK 4 WIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
LOTS 13, 14. ORB 68/517


# 2250.002.
$891.85.

9 2254.001
$76.65





N 2330
S22.05


17 8 10-QUINN RILLY C.
LOT 8 JONES PLAT UNRECORDED &
PER DEED REC'D BK 10/427
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. I
SECTION 18 T 8 N 10
--ADAMS JUEL ET UX
ULK 3 WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 1
LOT I
JONESVILLE SUBDIVISION SWI/4 (IF
SWI/4 OF SECTION 18 T 8 N 10
.--WATER ADA
JONESVILLE SUBDIVISION
Nl/2 OF LOT 12 JONESVILLE PLAT


ORB 75/85 FROM JOHNSON
MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I
$2t.60 IN FRACTAL SECTION 19 T 9 N 10
-60 -KINi WILLIAM Go

S .LK A MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I
9 2346.002
$25.60 --GANT CHESTER JR.

BLK A MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I
LOT 4
--HESTER DIAMOND
358 BLK D MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1


S43.20




9 2375.001
$22.05





# 2394
S106.66





0 2455
S8.82


0 2459.001
S27.34




N 2506
S13.18

& 2507
S19.49


LOT 4
--WYNN JULIUS
BLK E MONtY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1
LOTS 12. 13.
MONEY UAYOU AFACH UNIT NO. 2
IN SECTION 19 T 9 R 10
7 9 10-HILTUN CHARLES JR- AND
ALL UF SECTION
*8 9 10-HELTON CHARLES JR. AND
ALL OF SECTION
17 9 10-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND
NI/2 OF NI/2
18 9 10-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND
ALL MONEY BAYOU SECTION
19 9 10-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND
ALL FRACTLe SECT. 19 LESS MONEY
BAYOU COTTAGES UES. ABOVE BSING
33.o ACRES
12 4 11-KEMP ARCHIE
4 AC REC'D ORR 7/82 & 15 ACRES
OUT OF STATE PROPERTY IN NEI/4
OF SWI/4 & URR 64/188 FR FORTNER

31 5 11-CLAYTON BROADCASTING CO. INCo
165' X 270' LOT IN NF4/4 OF SE1/4
OF SECT 31 REC'D ORB 71/393 FR.
JOHNSON

32 5 II-COTTRELL SHANNON C#
A LOT 240 BY 350 FT*.


2834
S107.79
2840
$20.03


* 2880
$38.68

0 2892
$39.07

0 2896
$75.06

0 2899
$113P25




0 2965
$20e03


0 3033
SI11.78




0 3057.002
$289.07



a 3097
$84*95





0 3127
$177*94

* 3128
$13.96

# 3132'
$127.28

* 3148





* 3164
$696039
9 3165
$896*39
a 3174
$460*66
0 3177
*954*88
* 3180
5650.76


0 3287
$27.53



0 3391*006




* 3396*003
PL*.01


(Continued on Page 11)


A


9 2515,
$4.94

* 2524
$13.18

9 2525
$8.82

1 2526
$13.18





9 2538
S110.10

9 2539
$22.05

0 2540
S207.30

9 2541
$15*91

9 2542
$15.91

0 2547
S54*92


0 2552.010
S207.30

# 2555
$22.05

9 2556
$22*05





01 2568
S167.68

# 2570
$19.49

0 2571
*18.96

# 2572
$4.94

* 2590*001
S74.87
# 2596
$56*75






# 2637
$65.46

0 2648.001
$74.16
' 2794
$20.03














6 6 It-WEST H. To
AA FROM HARDY ORB 68/250 & ORR
ORR 73/580 FROM HAPOY
BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION
SEI/2 OF LOT 13 ORIGo SECTION 30
AND LOT 3 OniG.
SECTION 31 T 6 R It
--WALJO GLENN E*
OLK 16 BEACON HILL USHDIVISION
LOT 13
-MARTIN HOWARD Le
BLK 19 BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION
LOT 15
PORT STe JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
TO YON'S ADDITION PART OF SECTION
5 TWP 7 RANGE 11 WEST
--MC DONALD A.' We
BLK 6 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOTS 15. 16
--DAVIS JOHN H.
BLK 8 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOTS 10. .12
--WOOD PAUL WAYNE
BLK 11 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 6
--WOOD CARL DAVID
BLK 11 PORT ST* JOE REACH UNIT NO. I
LOT I
--CARTWRIGHT NANCY Me
BLK 11 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOTS 3, 5�
--WOOD.* tARL
BLK 11 PORT St. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOTS 2*4
--CARTWRIGHT NANCY Me
BLK 12 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO* 1
;LOTS 8. 10 ...
--BUTLER DWIGHT L.'
BLK 16 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO* I
LOT 6
ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO* 2
PART OF SECTION 5 T 7 R 8
--HAULBROOK KINCH S*
BLK 25 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 13
--COSTIN C. G. & GIBSUN C/O
BLK 42 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 10
-BUTLER WALTON
BLK 42 ST. JOEBEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 12
HIGHLAND VIEW SUBDIVISION
51/2 OF GOVOT LOT 13 LYING IN
SECTION 26 T 7 R 11
--DORMAN JAMES H. JR. ET UX
BLK F HIGHLAND VIEW SUBDIVISION
LOT 14 & 11 LESS S 30 FT. OF 11
BEING THE OLD STORE BLD.
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
OF $1/2 OF GOV'T LOTS 11. 12.
BEING IN SECTION 26 T 7 R 11
--RUIS BOBBY G. ET UX
BLK B BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
SW1/4 OF LOT 4 100 BY 140 FT.
--WOOD MILDRED L*
BLK C SAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOTS 2. 3.
--KEEL JEWEL OYKES
BLK E BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOT 1
--BROWN J. G.
BLK J BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOT 4
--BAILEY EMORY C.
BLK J 8AYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
... LOTS 3. 5
FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION
TO HIGHLAND VIEW A SUBDIVISION OF
THE NI12 OF LOTS 12. 17 ORIGo
SECTION 26 T 7 R t11
--COLVIN JAMES
dLK A FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION
LOTS 1. 4
--LEWIS JAMES WALTER
BLK C FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION
LOTS 79 8
FOREHAND THIRD ADDITION
TO HIGHLAND VIEW OF Wl/2 OF GOV'T
LOT 12 ORIG. SECTION 26 T 7 R 11
--SMITH JIMMY A.
ULK A FOREHAND THIRD ADDITION
LOT 7
26 7 11-CLARK MRS. J. D.
LOT 50 BY 140 FTo OUT OF SW COR.
OF SEI/4 OF SE1/4 OR LOT 14
ORIG.
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA PART OUF
NEIl/4 OF NWI/4 OF SECTION 1 T 8
R 11 WEST
--THOMAS (EORGE LEE
tLK A ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOT 23
--MC KELVY POLLY
BLK 0 ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOT 20
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
PART OF SECTIONS 1, 2 & SECTION
12 T 8 R 11
--JOHNSON A. C.
ULK 27 CITY OF PORT ST. JcOE
' LOTS 1. 3
q --STEVENSJN GfNE ET Ux
ULK 42 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
S 70 FT. OF LOTS 28. 30
--MATLOCK JOHN L.
BLK 42 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
N 80 FT. OF LOTS 27. 29
--GRUOBS JAMES T. ET UX
BLK b2 CITY UF PORT ST. JOL
LOT 8
--ULRY TOM
3LK 52 CITY OF PORT ST. JO
* LOT 16 & N 1/2 OF LOT 14
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
OFFICIAL MAP NO. 12
--ROGERS OAVID S. ET UX
BLK 67 CITY OF PORT ST. JOL
LOT 8
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
--RAFFIELD BOHBY G.
BLK 94 ST* JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 8. 9.
CITY OF PORT ST, JOE DARTS OF
SECTIONS 35, 36, T 7 R 11
--BEWEY MARGARET
BLK 1001 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 22


--GANT CHESTER JR. ET UX
BLK 1002 CITY OF PORT ST. JOt ORIG.
LOT 2
--YOUNG ALEX
BLK 1002 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOTS 29, 31
--GANT MRS. LELA
BLK 1005 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 10
--QUINN BILLY
8LK 1006 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 10
--GAOSUN QUINN CORA LEE EST.
BLK 1006 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIGo
NI/2 OF LOT 12
--8EWEY MARGARET
dLK 1006 CITY OF PORT ST* JOE ORIGo
SI/2 OF LOT 12


4 3502 --QUINN BILLY C. ET UX
$24,07 BLK 1008 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. I
LOTS It 2, .3. 5, 7,
--OUINN B. C.
BLK 1008 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
LOT 9
--JONES MRS. FAYE
a 3686*001 BLK 1008 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
$37*61 LOT 15
--WILLIAMS. ELIZABETH H.
* 3712 BLK 1009 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. I
$26386 LOTS 13, & 23 FT. OF LOT 15
--ADDISON ARTHUR ET UX
BLK 1009 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
LOT 18
--LARRY BEVERLY A.
N 4006 BLK 1010 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
$80*48 LOT 6 & W 25 FT. OF 8
--WHITHURST A. D. � JUANITA A*
# 4026 BLK 1010 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. I
S104.85 LOT 12
--WILLIAMS ROY LEE
# 4046 BLK 1010 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
$32.96 LOT 32
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
* 4048
$32.96 -SBORDERS WILLIE LEE
SLK 1015 MILLVIEV ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
0 4049 LOT 23
$279.75 --GRANGER MRS. ANNIE G.
ALK 1016 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO* 2
a 4050 LOT 8 & W 1/2 OF LOT 10
$302.26 -WILLIAMS ELIZABETH
.BLK 1017 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO* 2
0 4057 EI/2 OF LOT 2
$Sli 57 --COACHMAN IARY JOYCE
BLK 1017 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
* 4084 LOT 4
$107.79 --HALL KITCHEN B.
1018 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 6
--GANT CHESTER JR.
f 4126*010 BLK 1019 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
$32.96 LOT 4
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3


9 4204.009
$28.20

* 4204.011
$426.46





0 4361
$65.37






* 4371
$14.20

0 4376
$5*43

9 4392
$74.63

0 4427
$107.79

0 4428
$76.32






� 4474
$20.03

* 44R8
$5*43





# 4533
$57.11

0 4546
$23.48


-BAILEY CHRISTINE E.r
BLK 1022 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
LOT 6
--FILMORE WILLIAM
BLK 1023 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
S 22.5 FT. OF 17 N 57.5 FT OF 19


--HAMILTON KYLAR
BLK 1023 MILLVIEW.ADDITION
S 47*5 FT. OF 7 &
--FREEMAN MARY LOU
BLK 1023 MILLVIEW ADDITION
S 27.5 FT OF 16 &.
--PRICE DAVID FLOYD
BLK 1023 MILLVIEW ADDITION
S 22.5 FT OF 18 6&


UNIT NO. 3
N 32.5 FT OF 9

UNIT NO. 3
N 52.5 FT OF 18

UNIT NO. 3
N 57.5 FT OF 20


CONTINUED FROM PARCEL NO. 6076
E1/2 OF SW1/4 W11/2 OF SEI/4
LESS 4.47 A SR 30. & 1.115 CHR.
& 36.8 AC SCH* & 1*2 A TO CORE
AND LESS 10.88 AC. TO COUNTY*
AND 11.4 SR. & 3.67 TO CHAGLE
J. R. NORTON SUBDIVISION
TO OAK GROVE. FLORIDA
SECTION 13 T 8 R 11
--ANDERSON BROOKS
BLK 2 J. Re NORTON SUBDIVISION
LOT 14
OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION
TO PORT ST. JOE. FLORJDA
BEING IN SECTION 13 T 8 R 11
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
--MARSHALL JOHN W. ET UX
BLK 14 OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION
LOTS 6.8,10.12.14. & W1/2 OF 4
OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION UNIT 2
BY A. A* KNODEL S 13 T 8 R 11
--PARRISH LARRY
BLK 1 OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION UNIT 2
LOTS 2, 3.
8 11-ROGERS MYRTLE
A LOT 50 FT BY 50 FT. REC'D ORB
51/6 FROM ELLEN ANDERSON
13 8 11-RODGERS MYRTLE F.
100 BY 50 FT LOT
ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES IN SECT.
36 T 8 R 11 GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
--HOUSE CODE & SHIRLEY
BLK A ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 12
--WILLIAMS VERN J.
BLK B ST. JOSEPH 3AY ESTATES
LOT 4


# 5831
$53.72
--PENINSULA ESTATES
0 5835 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
$267.56 LOT 5
--PENINSULA ESTATES

# 5841 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
$13.30 LOT 6
--PENINSULA ESTATES
# 5861 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
$94.26 LOT 7
--PENINSULA ESTATES
N 5864 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
$49.36 LOT 8
--PENINSULA ESTATES

L 5872.001 OLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
5234.47 --PENINSULA ESTATES
$234.47 LOT 9
--PENINSULA ESTATES

S5872.002 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES



S5 16. 80 LOT
--PENINSULA STATES

# 5893 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
$24.14 LOT 11
--PENINSULA ESTATES
S59 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 12
--PENINSULA ESTATES
* 5940 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
$106*87 LOT 13
--PENINSULA ESTATES
# 5949 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
$47.77 LOT 14
--PENINSULA ESTATES
# 59687 LK A PENINSULA ESTATES
$12.31 LOT 15
--PENINSULA ESTATES
# 5971 BLK A. PENINSULA ESTATES
$12.31 LOT 16

--PENINSULA ESTATES
* 6001 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
$24.14 LOT 17
--PENINSULA ESTATES
# 6025 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
$124.97 LOT.18
S--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
TRACT 1
# 6031.010 --PENINSULA ESTATES
S189.57 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
TRACT 2
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# 6112
$34.67






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$132.32



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$98.98

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$11.78


9 6223
$5.43


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$70.26

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1 9 11-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND 0 6265
0' 4620 . SI/2 $472.36
$39.50 2 9 11-HILTON CHARLES'JR. AND 0 6267
FRACTL. S1/2 & SUB. LD. FR. ST.FL $381.69
a 4640 11 9 11-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND � 6271
524.14 LOTS 1,2,3 QORIG. & SUBD. LAND $662.42
12 9 11-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND � 6272
ALL LESS ACRES RES. BY HOLLINGER $644.88
13 9 11-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND # 6273
ALL LESS ACRES RES BY HOLLINGER . $794.03
N 4826 14 9 11-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND 0 6274
$132.47 LOTS 1,2.3.4. ORIG. & SUBD. LD* $618.57
17 9 11-DEAL TROY N. JR. 9 6275
0 4977 ALL FRACTL. INC. THAT PORTION OF $507.43
$59.60 PIG ISLAND IN SECTION 17
20 9 11-DEAL TROY M. JR. ET UX # 6281
# 4980 LOTS 1, 4, 10 ORIG. $1.221.00
560.69 21 9 11-DEAL TROY M. JR. ET UX 9 6284
LOT 4 OHIG. $482.59
4 5097 15/22 9 11-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO. # 6286
$176.99 REC*D ORB 38/142 IIB SUBM. $61.49
15/22 9 11-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO. 0 6290
4 5103 IIB SUBM. LAND BK 36/350. $46.85
$70.24 22 9 11-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO. # 6292
W 675 FT. OF LOT 1 ORIG. & .$1115.73
AND SURFSIDE EST. UNIT NO. 2
700 FT. GULF FRONTAGE*
Sb6202 23 9 11-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO. # 6310
S130.50 DEED FROM IIB SUBO. LD 36/860 $76.69
23 9 11-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO. � 6311
Wl/4 OF LOT 4. 330* BY 1000' 330' $703.02
0 5519 GULF TO BAY ORB 61/185
S32417 S 23 T 9 R 11 18.6 ACRES
REC'D ORB 78/332 FR OSBURN BEING
450 FT. BY 1800 FT. NORTH OF
STATE ROAD NO. J30. THIS IS FOR
_ 5694 THE 1978 BACK ASSESSMENT ON THIS
$173 04 PARCEL NO. 6316.002
24 9 11-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND 0 6321

SALL LYING NORTH OF'SRD LESS 68 AC $434.04
$120 10 TO TROPIC LAND & DEV. CO*
$12261 'PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION

4 5722 A SUBDIVISION OF THE SOUTH 966.63
$231*.20 FT. OF GOV*T LOTS 5 & 6 IN FRACT*
SECTION 36 T 8 R 12 W GULF COUNTY

# 5772 --PENINSULA ESTATES # 6349.001
$50.73 ILK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION $99.51
LOT 1

* 79--PENINSULA ESTATES 0 6349.002
S 75.37 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION S99.51
LOT 2
S5795 --PENINSULA ESTATES 0 6349,003
S 57 37 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION $99.51
$75.37 LOT 3
S5796 --PENINSULA ESTATES 9 6349.004
S596.40 LK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION $99.51
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LOT I
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LOT 2
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--PENINSULA ESTATES
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CAPE SAN BLAS SHORES SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. 1 CORRECTIVE REPLAT
IN SECTION 36 T 8 R 12 GULF
COUNTY
--EMPIRE NITROGEN SALES CO.
BLK 6 CAPE SAN BLAS SHORES UNIT NO. 1
NI/2 OF LOT 6 & LOTS 7. 8
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 1
SECTION 22 T 9 R 11 GULF COUNTY
-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
BLK 1 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 1
LOTS I THRU 16
-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
BLK I SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 1
LOTS 17. 18
--SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO,
BLK 2 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. I
LOTS I THRU 20
-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
BLK 3 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT O. 1
LOTS 1 THRU 20
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT Np. 2
SECTION 22 T 9 R 11 GULF COUNTY
--SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
BLK 4 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
LOTS I THRU 20
(Continued on Page 12)


PAGE ELEVEN

# 6349.005
$187.23

# 6349.006
$187.2.

# 6349.007
$187.23

* 6349.008
S187.23

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$187*23

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$187.23

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$187.23

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$187.23

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$187.23

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$99.51

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$99.51

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$77.57

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$77.57

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S48.33

# 6349.051
$48,33

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$48.33

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$48.33

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$33.69


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$70.26

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$70;26

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$70.26

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S70.26

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$70.26

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$84.87


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$48.33

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$48.33

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$48.33

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$48.33

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548.33

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$48.33

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$48.33

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$48.33

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$48.331

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$443.12






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$223.78



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0 6372.020
5238.39

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$589*33

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PAGE TWELVE


THE STAR,Port St. Joe. Fla.


THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1980


Public Notices

(Continued from Page 11)


-SEASHORE LAND & DEVe CO.
WLK 6 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 1 THRU 20
-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
@L 6 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
LOTS I THRU 10 & 12 THRU IS
PINE BLUFF SUBDIVISION IN SECTION
23 T 9 R 11 GULF COUNTY, FLO3IOA
22 9 11-SEASHORE LAND & OEV. CO.
ALL THAT PART OF THE E 450 FT. JF
OQIG. GOV'T LOT I


S 6372.125
$589.33

9 6372.200
SI,1115.73



N 6383
$232. 56


HARLAND 0. PRIDGEON
GULF COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR


CAPE SAN BLAS
Approx. 200' on St. Joseph's
Bay, State Road 30-E to the
bay, $24,325.00 with terms
and 9 percent interest. No.
10.

New Listing - Gulf front 71'
on the Pennsula. Beautiful
homesite, very reasonable.
This one will go fast. No. 11

BUSINESS FOR SALE
Profitable, efficiently op-
erated business in Port St.
Joe. Known to all of us for
quality sandwiches. Buy
S and if you operate as
well as present owner, will
pay for itself in a few short
years-known as the "Sub
Shop".

PORT ST. JOE
Nice shady city lot, 516 7th
Street.

New Listing - Income pro-
ducing property. Located on
Reid Ave. 3 individual in-
come units. Buy equity and
assume. 1st mortgage at 9'/4
percent. No. 112.

New Listing- Investment op-
portunity, rental property.
(3) 2 bdrm, 1 ba. furnished
units & (1) 1 bdrm, 1 ba.
furnished unit. Property in
good cond. Owner finance at
12 percent. Hurry out now,
don't be disappointed by a
sold sign. No. 100.

2 bdrm., 1 ba. furnished
home on 62'x150' lot. $23,-
N00. No. 101.

Lovely redecorated interior
makes this house a pleasure
to see. 3 bdrm, 2 ba., den,
back porch, storage shed,
on 1 Ig. lots in an excel.
location. 1101 Garrison Ave.
No. 102

Corner lot with nice 3 bdrm,
2ba. house. Lg. liv. rm. and
big comfortable den. Chain
link fence, storage shed,
shallow well and pump. 619
Marvin Ave. No. 104

Need more room for your
family? This nice spacious
house will accommodate
you comfortably. It has 4
bdrms, 2 ba, liv. rm, din.
area, 1g. kitchen, 23x18/
family rm on 2 lots. .1618
Marvin Ave. By appt. only.
No. 105

Take root in a 2 bdrm, 1 ba.
home on fenced lot. Liv. rm.
with fireplace, din. rm,
remodeled kitchen, utility
house in back. Call for more
info. 527 10th St. No. 106

Beautiful executive home
on THREE landscaped lots.
3 Ig. bdrms, 28' liv. rm, gar-
age and double carport.
Lots of extras, including Ig.
screened Fla. rm, and 2
workshops. 602 17th St. No.
107

Clean and Sharp, 1 bdrm.
with child's rm, fully furn.
mobile home on corner lot in
Oak Grove. Well insulated,
gas central heat. Owner will
finance. $7,500. No. 108'
New Listing - Practically
new! 3 bdrm, 2 bath, brick
home. Has all amenities
including wet bar, bar-b-q,
trash compactor, central
vacuum system. Plus super
location. 104 Yaupon. No.
i09.
ifl9
Garden space aplenty. 2�
lots, level & cleared and
mostly in garden now. Save
on grocery bill. 3 bdrm, 1
ba. house is a handman's
specialty. Super invest-
m ent, house rent will make
the payments for you. No.
111.


ELDON B. MILLER.-

REALTOR


648-5011


ST. JOE BEACH
New Listing - Super nice
beach cottage, 2 bdrm. -
den, or 3 bdrm., 2 ba., on
U.S. 98, across from beach.
Unique design. Carpet &
vinyl floors. Lg. utility rm,
board privacy fence. Sharp-
est cottage on beach. No. 208
New Listing - Absolutely im-
maculate, charming beach
cottage, professionally dec-
orated and fully furnished
with superb taste. 2 BR, 1
ba., and kitchen is a home-
maker's dream. On stilts
among the pines. 75'x150'
lot. This one will go fast.
Brick veneer energy saving
extra well built 2 bedroom
home on 2 lots. A home you
will be proud of. Call for
appt. Santa Anna St.
BEACH LOTS-New listing.
3 lots, 1 blk. from beach in
St. Joe Beach. Each lot 50'x
125' No. 200.

Excel. buy! 3 bdrm, 11 ba.
mobile home on 75'x100' lot.
Block and a half from the
beach, $12,500. Santa Anna.
No. 201

New Listing - Only $14,500. 3
"roomy" bedrooms, 1 bath,
living room, dining room
and kitchen combo. Wall to
wall carpet, drapes, refrig-
erator included. New roof
Walking distance to beach.
No. 202.

3 bdrm, 2 bath beauty on 2
lots, extra insulation thru-
out, carport, storage bldg.,
chain link fence. Less than 2
years old. Will sell below re-
placement cost. (Ponce de
Leon). No. 204
This most attractive beach
home is located 1 blk. from
beach and is priced to sell. 2
bdrms, 1 ba., liv. rm, din.
rm, kitchen, cen. h&a, well
insulated, utility house and
fenced in back area. Canal
St. No. 205.

'Use your own skills and
imagination to complete a
partially finished house. 3
bdrms, 11/2 ba., liv. rm, din.
rm, garage with utility rm,
only 1 block from beach.
Adjacent corner lot also
available. No. 207

MEXICO BEACH
Valuable Property on Beach
Side-3rd lot from beach!
Completely furnished dup-
lex on 28th St. I bdrm, 1 ba.
on each side. Call for more
information. No. 401

Live within walking dis-
tance of beach in a furn. 2
bdrm, 1% ba. mobile home
on 75'x112' corner lot. Utility
shed in back with washing
machine. 2 blks from beach
at a nice affordable low
price-$19,000. No. 402

1 blk from beach in a nice
location! Furn. 2 bdrm, 1
ba. home with screen porch.
Extra bdrm and shower
connected. 2 a-c's. Call for
more information. No. 403

Neat house and clean yd.
Only 2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm, 1 ba.
liv. rm, din. rm combo, util-
ity rm, garage, fenced back
yd. $39,500.00. No. 404.

3 bdrm, 2 ba., a friendly
home surrounded by attrac-
tive lot. Save steps with this
compact floor plan. 213 6th
St. No. 405.


Priced in the 20's! Well
cared for 3-4 bdrm. home on
2 Ig. lots. Carpeted, alumi-
num windows, back screen
porch, 2 metal outbldgs in
back. Located on Charles
Ave. No. 500

INDIAN PASS
NEW LISTING! Beautiful
lagoon location in Camp
Palms Subd. 2.bdrm, 1 ba.,
liv. rm, din. rm, kitchen.
Call office for more info. No.
600

Observe the beauty of the
Gulf! This newly construct-
ed stilt beach home has ob-
servation deck for viewing
and sunning. 2 bdrms, insul-
ated thruout. Call for more
info. No. 601

Be protected by Century
21's Home Protection Plan
when you purchase this
lovely 3 bdrm, 2 ba., cen. h&
a, fully modern home only 1
blk. from the beach. No. 602

1.99 acres 150' on SR30 to
Indian Lagoon. Approx. 650'
depth. An ideal building site
cleared and filled. No. 603
COMMERCIAL
Super Bargain. 1 city block
and % city block in Carra-
belle, 3 blks. from heart of
town, 15 lots in all. Ideal for
speculative builder or inves-
tor. No. 700

3� acres, close to town,
with store bldg. fully equip-
ped, including Ig. commer-
cial cooler, counters and is-
land shelving. Plenty of
room for expansion. Owner
may finance. No. 701
Reid Ave.-12,500 sq. ft. of
space. Could be used as a
mini-mall, hotel, shops, etc.
Upstairs has 30 rooms, 17
baths. Owner will finance at
10 percent. With or without
bar license. No. 702
30'x90' commercial lot on
corner of Reid Ave. & 5th St.
Across alley from City Hall.
Priced right and owner will
finance. No. 703.
BEACON HILL
2 story house with sun deck
on U.S. 98, gives you a beau-
tiful view of the Gulf. Com-
pletely furn. deluxe 4 bdrm,
2 ba. home. Ready for occu-
pancy. No. 300
. ACREAGE
8.51 acres on 386, near Over-
street, all cleared.

Acreage on Canal. 3.7 acres
on Interstate Canal on Over-
street. Natural boat basin,
nice pines, landslope from
county road to canal. No.
800

Fish camp-335' on Burgess
Creek, 3.2 acres in all. With
cabin, sleeps 6, plus stor-
age shed, 2 wells and boat
ramp. No. 801
BEACH LOTS
A Ig. selection of excel.
bldg. lots in Mexico Beach,
St. Joe Beach, Beacon Hill,
plus Gulf Aire lots. No. 900

Commercial lots 90'x190',
120'x90', in Mexico Beach
Business Center. Lg. com-
mercial lot-275' frontage
on Hwy. 98, 320' on canal-
strategic corner on sea-
going canal. No. 901

168' Gulf front, 164' on U.S.
98, over 250' deep. Ideal for
investment or unique loca-
tion for a beach home. No.
902.


PATTY MILLER, Realtor Assoc.


Atter Hours:
SHERRIE ZYSKI - 229-8494 JIM CLEMENT - 648-5482
Realtor Associate Associate
SANDRA CLENNEY, 229-6310 DONNIE LANGE, 229-8004
Realtor Associate Associate


Route 3, Box 167A - Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456

1829 Hwy. 98 - MEXICO BEACH


P14
FICTITIOUS N
Notice is hereby given t
Section 865.09, Florida
undersigned persons inte
with the Clerk of the Circ
County, Florida, four w
first publication of this n
tious name or trade nar
they will be engaged in t
which said business is to
to.wit:
ST. JOE SERVICE
302 DuPont D
Owner, William E

IN THE CIRCUIT CO
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIR
STATE OF FLORIDA,
GULF COUNTY.

IN RE: The Estate of
SUSIE T. HALL,
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINI.
TO ALL PERSONS HAV
OR DEMANDS AGAINST
ESTATE AND ALL OTH
INTERESTED IN THE
YOU ARE HEREBY N
the administration of the
T. Hall, deceased, File
pending in the Circuit
County, Florida, Probate
address of which is P. 0O
St. Joe, Florida. The Pers.
tative of the Estate is ElI
P. 0. Box 815, Wewahit
32465. The name and a
Attorney for Personal Re
set forth below.
All persons having clair
against the Estate are req
THREE (3) MONTHS


LOOK AT


3 beautiful wooded lots, 2
blocks from the beach. $4,500
ea. Call 229-6573 after 5 p.m.
tfc 11-22
For Sale by Owner: 3 bdrm.
block house with 2 baths.
Located on Long Ave. near
schools. For more informa-
tion, call 227-1313 after 5 p.m.
tfc 11-14

2 bdrm, 1 ba. house at St.
Joe Beach, 3rd house from
beach. Recently remodeled,
carpeted, fenced yard. 648-
5118. tfd 1-17




BEAT INFLATION
One acre lot at Magnolia
Shores, East Point. $450
down, $73.99 monthly for 6
yrs. at 9� percent interest.
Franklin Realty, U.S. 98 at'
N. Bayshore, East Point,
phone 670-8515.
tfc 3-20






1964 Ford F-100, wagon
wheels, 1100 series tires. $425.
Call 229-6053. 2tp5-22

1970 Oldsmobile, $650. Eng-
ine good, rusty frame. Call
229-6631. It 5-22

1973 Caprice Estate chevro-
let station wagon, power steer-
ing, power brakes, auto trans.,
a-c, am-fm stereo, 8-track,
elec. seats, windows & door
lock. 229-6901. tfc 4-24






Available June 1. 2 News-
Herald routes. One in High-
land View and one in Port St.
Joe. Must be 14 years or older.
Paper delivery to be made at
5:30 and 6:00 daily. Call
227-1665 or 229-6676.





Wanted: Selected Jeep
parts. 1941-45. Please call 648-
8201. ltp5-22

Retired Navy couple with
two small dogs would like to
rent a two bedroom house or
mobile home in St. Joe or Sim-
mons Bayou area. Call 227-
1733. 4tp 5-8


Yard Sale, 522 9th St., Fri.,
May 23rd, 9-4. Includes baby
clothes, stove, refrigerator,
misc. items. 227-1708.
ltc 5-22

Yard Sale, Gulf St., St. Joe
Beach, Friday, May 23, from 9
till. New and used items.

Yard Sale, White City,
Charles Ave., home of Donnie
Young. Very big yard sale,
three families. Saturday, May
23. ltp5-22

Garage Sale, Several fami-
lies. Trash and treasures, lots
of clothes, all sizes. 1905 Gar-
rison Ave. Friday and Satur-
day, 8:00 til. ltc5-22






House for Rent: Good loca-
tion, 2,000 sq. ft. 3 bdrm, 2
bath, living rm, family rm,
den. Phone 227-1151. 4tc 5-22

House for rent at Wewa-
hitchka. 3 bdrms, 2 baths on
2% acres land with fish pond.
$300 per month. Call after 5.
639-2487. 4tc 5-22

No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture,
227-1251. tfc 10-23

One 3 bdrm, 1 bath house at
Beacon Hill. Call 229-6961.
tfc 12-13

For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam car-
pet cleaning system. Avail-
able at Western Auto, phone
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc 3-16

One 2 bdrm. house on Duval
St., Oak Grove. Call 229-6961.
tfc 2-14
Under New Ownership.
Bring your mobile home and
stay with us at Ski Meadow's
Mobile Mobile Park. We are
just a couple hundred yards
from the Gulf. We have a nice
beach. All you furnish is elec-
tricity and gas. The lots are
$50.00 a month. We are V.A.
approved. Across from Ski
Breeze Campsite. Phone 229-
6105. Bill & Renee Schlickman
tfc 3-27

Thames Hotel, day, weekly,
monthly rates. 302 Reid Ave.,
229-8723. tfc 3-6


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AME DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC
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Statutes, the ot the above Court. a written st
end to register of any claim or demand they ma
ulit Court. Gulf Each claim must be in writing a
a indicate the basis of the claim, tt
eeks after the and address of the creditor or h
notice, the ficti- or attorney, and the amount cla
ie under which the claim is not yet due, the date
business and in will become due shall be states
be carried on, claim is contingent or unliquida
natureof the uncertainty shall be
ECO. If the claim is secured, the secure
E CO. be described. The claimant shall
r. sufficient copies of the claim to tl
SWhite to enable the Clerk to mail one
4tp5.8 each Personal Representative.
All persons interested in the E
URT, FOUR. whom a copy of this Nol
CUIT OF THE Administration has been mail
IN AND FOR required WITHIN THREE (3) M
FROM THE DATE OF THE
CaseNo. 80-11 PUBLICATION OF THIS NOT
IN PROBATE file any objections they may ha
challenges the validity of the
dent's Will, the qualifications of
sonal Representative, or the vi
STRATION jurisdiction of the Court.
VING CLAIMS ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, Al
T THE ABOVE SECTIONS NOT SO FILED WI
ER PERSONS FOREVER BARRED.
ESTATE: Date of the first publication
IOTIFIED that Notice of Administration, May '
Estate of Susie -s- ELMER TODD HALL
No. 80-11, is RISH & WITTEN, P.A.
Court of Gulf Attorney for Personal Represer
e Division, the 303 4th Street
SBox 968, Port Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
onal Represen. 904.229.8211
mer Todd Hall, BY: FRED N. WITTEN
tchka. Florida
address of the
presentative Is
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIr
ms or demands The Gulf County School Board
luired WITHIN ceive sealed bids until 10:00
FROM THE E.D.T., May 23, 1980, in the office


One Suzuki bike (70 miles to
gal.), 1 yr. old. Reasonable.
Mrs. Porter, 227-1531. tp 5-22


Superintendent of Schools on vehicles
that have been declared surplus by the
Gulf County School Board.
Vehicles to be bid:
One 1965 Ford Station Wagon, Serial
No. 65A74X178193;
CATION One 1967 Chevrolet Station Wagon, 8
he Clerk cylinder, Serial No. 1,64570181459;
atement One 1964 Dodge ,C.k-up, 6 cylinder.
y have. Serial No. 1261445844
nd must One 1964 Dodge pick-up, 6 cylinder,
hename Serial No. 1161409568
is agent These vehicles may be Inspected at the
imed. If Gulf County Bus Barn in Ward Ridge,
when it Port St. Joe. Florida, Monday thru
i. If the Friday from 7:00 A.M. to 11:00A.M. and
ated the 12:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. E.D.T.
stated, Please specify the vehicle you are
ity shall bidding on by serial number.
deliver The successful bidder will pay for and
he Clerk remove the vehicles from the site with,
copy to 10 calendar days.
The Board reserves the right to reject
-state to any and all bids.
tice of Please mark your bid envelope
led are "SEALED BID . VEHICLES".
.ONTHS 2?5-15
FIRST
ICE, to NOTICE OF SPECIAL MUNICIPAL
ave that ELECTION
SDece. Notice is hereby given that the City of
the Per. Ward Ridge will conduct an election of
enue or three (3) City Commissioners on June
17, 1980. All registered voters residing in
ND OB- the City of Ward Ridge desiring to be a
ILL BE Candidate for City Commissioner shall
qualify with the City Clerk at City Hall in
of this the City of Ward Ridge and sign the
15, 1980. prescribed oath on or before 5 p.m.
E.D.T. on June 2, 1980.
By: -s- IVA M. HERRING,
tative City Clerk 2t 5-15
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
MUNICIPAL ELECTION
2tc 5.15 Notice is hereby given that a Special
Election will be held at the City Hall in
the City of Ward Ridge, Florida, on
DS Tuesday, the 17th day of June, 1980, for
will re, the election of the following: One (1)
0 A.M., Commissioner from Group I; One (1)
eof the Commissioner from Group II; and One


DRY CLEANING carpets is
easier, faster and easier with
HOST. Rent our machine. St.
Joe Furniture. 227-1251.


(1) Commissioner from Group Ill. Ine
term of office shall expire at midnight on
Monday prior to the Second Tuesday in
August, 1980. The polls will open at 7
a.m. E.D.T. and close at 7 p.m. E.D.T.
When there are more than two (2)
candidates for any office and neither
candidate receives a majority of' total
votes cast for such office, then the Can-
didate receiving the highest number of
votes shall be declared the winner.
CITY OF WARD RIDGE, FLORIDA
By: -s- IVA M. HERRING,
City Clerk 4t 5.15


NOTICE
NOTICE IS HF'7Env SIVFN, that
the Board of . :,.;y Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florid-. - tneir regular
meeting on June 10, I fO, at 9:00 A.M.,
E.D.T., in the County Commissioners
Room at Gulf County Courthouse, Port
St. Joe, Florida, will consider the advis-
ability of closing, vacating and abandon.
ing any interest the County might have
in and to the following described road:
That portion of Douglas Landing
Road lying East of a line marked by
the Northeast corner of Lot 5, Block
5, and the Southwest corner of Lot 5,
Block 4, Unit No. 1, Douglas Landing
Subdivision, according to an official
plat thereof on file in the Officeof the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Florida.
The Commissioners will welcome
comments from any interested parties
regarding the proposed abandonment.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: Douglas C. Birmingham, Chairman
Attest: George Y. Core, Clerk
It 5.22


CB Radios, Johnson, Craig,
Surveyor, antennas, base sta-
tions, terms available. West-
ern Auto.


I SEVICE , -


CAR CARE SERVICE
Specializing in Painting and
Mechanical
Foreign or Domestic
20 Percent off til End of May
Located behind
Mexico Beach Grocery
2te 5-22

We cut yards, large or
small. G & L, Inc., 2001
Cypress Avenue. Phone 227-
1574. 2tp5-22

Ceramics finished in my
home'per your specifications.
Ideal for special gifts, birth-
days or just beautiful things
for your home. Call 229-8419.
3te 5-15

Baby sitting your home or
mine. Also sewing and altera-
tiona. Call 229-8351. 2tc-5-22

LAWN MOWER
REPAIR & SERVICE
1st St., White City
227-1783
tfc 4-24

WAUNETA'S
BOOKKEEPING SERVICE
Located in the H&R Block
Income Tax Office
Call 229-8536
116 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456
5tp5-1

Seamstress, can do all types
sewing or alterations. 524 8th
St. Call 227-1631. tfc 4-24

TREE SERVICE
Trimming - Removing
Free Estimates - Experienced
Bill Atkinson
329 Sixth St.
tfc 4-17

Psychological services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic. Port St. Joe.
227-1145. (24 hr.)

( complete Wood Shop
( custom ('ut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
Then come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling.
paint, lumber.
larley's Hardware &
Building Supply
Hw. 98 W. 227-1763
tfc 8-5


Three bedroom masonry house with ceramic tile bath,
screened breezeway, carport, storage house. Neat
as a pin & priced to sell for only $26,900

2 bdrms, 1 bath, separate dining rm., large liv. rm,
breezeway, garage & workshop. 114 Hunter
Circle.

Large 2 bdrm., 2 bath Cottage with large screened
porch on two lots fronting Hwy. 98 at St. Joe Beach.



HANNON INSURANCE & REALTY

221 Reid Avenue Frank Hannon, Broker 227-1133

Natalie Shoaf, Assoc.


Will do babysitting in my
home. Have good references,
over 15 years experience. Call
229-8079. 2tc 5-15

Will check out and install
heat and air, Fla. heat pumps,
electrical wiring, repair appl-
iances.
FORD'S SERVICE CO.
229-6903
4tp 5-8

IDLE HOUR
BEAUtY SALON
402 1hird St.
Specializing In
Permanents - Coloring
Shaping - All Your Hair Needs
Owner, Betty Heath
Phone 229-6201 for Appt.
tfc 11-15

ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work - Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on duty all day
every day


RED CARTER'S GUN SHOP
Port St. Joe Beach
Gunsmithing - Blueing
New & Used Guns - Scopes
tfc 4-3


Wouldn't You Really
Rather Have Cable TV?





For Cable TV
Installation In Port St. Joe

Phone 229-7232
Or Vist the Telephone Company
Business Ofice tfc 1-4


Smitty's Air Cond. &
Electric Contractor
Franchised Dealer for Fedder
Window units & central air
conditioning complete with
duct system. Residential &
commercial, wiring.
For Free Estimates, Call
648-5024 or 648-5650
tfc 11-1

AUTO PAINTING &
BODY REPAIR
Reasonable prices. Deal with
the man who does the work.
Call 648-8300 after 5:00
4tc 5-8

CAREFOO1 SEPI IC I ANK
Septic Tank Cleaning
Phone 229-8007
tfc 11-30


Alcoholics Anonym
Port St. Joe Serenity
Sunday 4:00 P.M. I
St. James Episcopal (

Carpentry Work Do
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757


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Group
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Church

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tfc 2-2


GENE'S SCREEN SHOP
We build and repair and re-
screen aluminum and wood
windows and doors. Installa-
tion available.
769-2787
2815 E. Bus. Hwy. 98
Panama City
4tp 5-1

Only three things in life are
certain: death, taxes and
uncertainty.


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


FW're Here For You.T
Each office i. independently owned and operated.

E. B. MILLER REALTY


FOR RENT OR LEASE
2 bdrm, 2 bath brand spanking new town
houses in Gulf-Aire, overlooking the beach.
Both sides available.

WHITE CITY


INTl AD-S


A O OR" A E


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151
Leon Pollock. Owner
410 Reid Avenue


kills bugs for
up to six months,
and save you about $100 yeorly
in costly post control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY'CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St Joe. Florida


Bellringers A


Collect

$100.73
Ruth Rabon raised $100.73
in the drive benefiting the
Mental Health Association of
Florida. Bellringer workers
marched house-to-house to
collect the funds.
Proceeds benefit the non-
profit, non-governmental ag-
ency whose members are
dedicated to fighting mental
illness while working on be-
half of the mentally ill and
their families.
"The Mental Health As-
sociation exists entirely on
donations, such as those
raised in this local drive,"
said Richard M. Gray, State
President.
Mr. Gray thanked Ruth
Rabon and the Bellringer
workers in Highland View,
calling them an important
team in the movement to
promote mental health in
the state.


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The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County,
Florida, met this date in
regular session with the foll-
lowing members present:
Douglas C. Birmingham,
chairman, Jimmy O. Gort-
man, William . Branch,
James L. Tankersley, and Leo
Kennedy. Others present
were: George Y. Core, clerk,
K. E. Murphy, Sheriff, Fred
N. Witten, attorney, Lloyd
Whitfield, road superinten-
dent and Tommy Pitts, admin-
istrative assistant.
The meeting came to order
at 7:00 p.m. The attorney
opened the meeting with
prayer,followed by the pledge
to the flag.
Pursuant to notice to re-
ceive sealed bids for the


construction of BDC Project
No. 1291-2, including the fol-
lowing priorities, to-wit: No.
1-Highland View, No. 8 &
14-18-Port St. Joe, No. 9
-C-30B, and No. 19-C-382, the
following bids were re-
ceived: Baxters Asphalt
Paving Company, $617,023.
46; Florida Asphalt Paving
Company, 599,331.96;
Gulf Asphalt Corporation,
605,262.82; Okaloosa Asphalt
enterprises, Inc., 631,684.12;
and White Construction Com-
pany, Inc., 656,656.27.
There was a motion by
Comm. Branch, seconded by
Comm. Kennedy, and it was
unanimously carried that the
engineers and Tommy Pitts,
Administrative Assistant,
make a study of the bids
and to make a recommen-


dation to this Board on
Thursday evening, April 24,
1980.
Mr. Reginald L., Tisdale,
Engineer, presented plans and
specifications for second
phase of construction, being
new construction. Whereupon,
there was a motion by ommis-
sioner Branch, seconded by
Commissioner Kennedy, and
it was unanimously carried, to
advertise to receive bids on
May 27, 1980, at 7:00 p.m.
Mr. Doyle Steward and Jake
Hysmith, employees of the
County Road Department,
having been heretofore re-
quested by the Board to offer
suggestions on improving the
use of sick leave, filed their
report as to an amendment to
the personnel policy. The
Board thanked these employ-


nnT Ans


FREE - Playful kittens, all
colors. Call 229-8803. tp 5-22
To be given away - 5 ador-
able kittens. 229-6345.

Porcelain counter top, 40
gal. electric hot water heater.
Exc. condition. $40. Call 227-
1465. ltp5-22


S1973 mobile home, 12'x65'
with large add-a-room, ch&a,
partially furnished. All cop-
per wiring, carpeted thruout.
Phone 229-8673. tfc 5-15
Beauty shop equipment for
sale. A complete beauty shop,
8 hair dryers, 4 all-purpose
chairs, 4 styling chairs, a car-
ousel. Reasonable. Call after
6.648-5827. 2tc 5-15

Honda 350, $225 firm. Call
after 6 p.m. 229-8803. ltp 5-22
VHouse to be sold and moved
on 513 Third St. Best offer.
Contact Emory Stephens at St.
Joe Machine or phone 229-
6803. tfc 4-17


16' fiberglass shrimp boat
and trailer. Electric wench
plus out rigging, 18' net with
new 15x30 doors. All for $750.
229-6429 after 6:00 p.m.
3tp5-15
Two 18,000 btu Whirlpool air
conditioners. 648-8270. tfc 5-8
Winnabago Brave motor
home. Call 229-8939.
tfc 4-17
Yamaha 125. Call 229-8939.
tfc 4-17

14' aluminum boat and trail-
er, 5 h.p. motor, Ig. gas can,
$500. Also coffee colored elec-
tric stove, good cond. $50. 648-
5269. tfc 4-24
DRAPERIES-Ready made
and custom made. Large sel-
ection of swatches to choose
from Roche's Furniture and
Appliance Store,- 209 Reid
Avenue, phone 227-1730.
Three ai o jtion one
of them ni Cto ]&.3.
" tfc 3-27


NOTICE
NOTICE
As of the date of the first
publication of this notice, May
15, 1980, I will not be respon-
sible for any debts other than
approved by me personally.
JAKE LEWIS
3tp5-15


R.A.M.-Regular convoca-
tion of St. Joseph Chapter No.
56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-
days, 8 p.m. All visiting com-
panions welcome.
E. E. WEEKS,H.P.
E. William McFarland, Sec.
There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F. & A.M..
every first and third Thursday
at 8:00 p.m.
JOE ST. CLAIR,W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.

Th V:F.W. will meet every
second Tues. and fourth Thur-
sday of each month at Paul-
ine's Rest. at 7 p.m. tfc 5-31


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LOAN.

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sionally trained to help you with every phase of
your residential real estate transaction. Go with
the people who can give you the kind of help you
need.


OAEXICO BEACH-ALL THE EXTRAS
Beautiful 2 bdrm., 1 ba. brick home
close to Gulf. Lg. family rm. with cathe-
dral beamed ceiling, modern kitchen
with jenn-air range, wall to wall carpet.
Less than 2 yrs. old. Make an appt. to
see this one Today!
TAKE ADVANTAGE ... Of this oppor-
tunity to have a nice 2 bdrm, 1 bath
mobile home with guest trailer. Carpet-
ed and furnished. Close to Gulf. Priced
right at $21,500. Let us show you how
this home can be yours Today!
WHY NOT. . . Make an appointment
Today to see this attractive 2 bdrm., 1
bah stilted home located on nice large
lot and close to fishing. Just blocks
from the Gulf. Priced affordably at
$32,500. Let our professional counselors
show you your next vacation home!


ST. JOE BEACH-YOU'LL BE SMART
When you move into this nice 3 bdrm, 2
bath mobile home on 2 Ig. lots. Carpet-
ed. Located on Selma St. Priced at $25,-
500 with low down payments. Call us
today for an appointment!
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MONTHLY RENTALS
1 Bedroom Apartment ..... $165.00
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MINUTES

of the

Gulf County Commission


ees for their work and interest
in this matter. A motion was
unanimously passed to study
this report before considering
its adoption.
The minutes of April 8, 1980,
were read, approved, and
adopted.
Perry McFarland, Presi-
dent of the St. ph Road
Runners Club, requested the
County to construct a running
track on property owned by
the School Board, located on
Niles Road and Long Ave.,
in the City of Port St. Joe. He
said the School Board has
made this land available to his
Road Runners. Upon motion
by Commissioner Tankersley,
seconded by commissioner
Gortman, and unanimously
carried, the Board agreed to
assist in this project.
The Clerk presented a re-
quest for cost of living wage
and salary increases in the
amount of 7 percent from the
following offices and he stated
that each request was being
made in retrospect to the
same type increase granted
to the Road Department and
Mosquito Control employees
at the last meeting, to-wit:
For employees of the offices of
the Property Appraiser, Tax
Collector, Clerk of Circuit
Court, and Sheriff. There was
a motion by Commissioner
Kennedy, seconded by Com-
missioner Tanersley and it
was unanimously carried, to
grant 7 percent cost of living
increase, retroactive to April
14, 1980, to the above mention-
ed employees and to each of
the other employees paid by
the County Commissioners
that were omitted in the
increase granted at the last
meeting. The Chairman ap-
pointed the following commit-
tee to determine the source of


Extra nice and roomy home on 2 Ig. landscaped lots. 3
bdrms, 2 full baths, built-in kitchen, snack bar, Fla.
room, carpet, cen. h&a, furnished. Corner Florida &
Third St.


Combine up-town luxury with vacation pleasure in this
lovely 4 bdrm., 2 bath home. Beach front view plus all
the modern conveniences. Hwy. 98 near 5th St.


"Cadillac of Mobile Homes". Excell. buy in mobile
home. Completely re-decorated. Fully carpeted, 3
bdrms., 2 baths, liv. rm., Ig. porch. New cen. h&a unit.
All drapes, kitchen appliances and storage shed
included. 8th St.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. MAV 22. 1980


income to be used in paying
these increases, to-wit: Com-
missioner Gortman and Com-
missioner Kennedy; the Fin-
ance Officer; Sheriff; Tax
Collector; Property Apprais-
er; and Clerk.
Mr. George Bryant, Jr.,
speaking for a delegation from
north Port St. Joe, discussed
matters pertaining to street,
street lights, water and drain-
age in north Port St. Joe. The
Board informed him that
because the area involved is
in the City of Port St. Joe, the
County is without jurisdiction
until such time the City re-
quests the County to assist in
doing drainage or street work.
Mr. George Bryant, III
reminded the Board that he
was employed by both the
County and School Board and
requested that he be released
by one and have full employ-
ment by the other, which
would then place him in line of
promotion.
Stubbs-Hannon, owners of
Cape Breezes Subdivision, re-
ported that the water well to
supply the subdivision has not
been completed as anticipated
at the last meeting. The
Chairman said final approval
of the plat cannot be consid-
ered until a Certificate of
Sufficient Pure Water and
Financing is filed with the
Board.
The Board discussed the re-
quirements for selecting an
auditor pursuant to Article 8,
Section 1(D). There was a
motion by Commissioner
Tankersley, seconded by Com-
missioner Branch, to adver-
tise to accept proposals from
Certified Public Accountants.
The Board then adopted the
tentative time schedule as
follows: May 12-16, Commit-
tee to Select Three Firms;


May 20, Board to Select Firm;
June 1, Audit to Commence;
and Sept. 15, Audit to be
Completed.
The Department of Correc-
tions filed its jail inspection
report for the March 12th
inspection.
The Morrison Assurance
Company filed copies of let-
ters to the Road Department
and Mosquito Control Depart-
ment as to its inspection of
April 2nd.
The Medicaid bill for the
month of March was $1,650.80.
The Board ordered this bill
tabled.
The Board discussed a letter
from Mr. N.D. Schweikert,
Environmental Health Direc-
tor, with reference to inspec-
tions made of Mr. Kent's dog
pen and fur business in High-
land View. He reported that no
public health hazard existed.
Commissioner Gortman said
he was not satisfied with this
answer because he continues
to receive complaints. The
Chairman said if there is a
rule that will apply in this
situation this Board will use it.
Mr. Thurman Jacobs asked
if the Board had done anything
about replacing his corner
survey marker that was des-
troyed by the County Road
Department equipment. Mr.
Pitts reported that he will
inspect the site on April 25th.
The Board authorized Mr.
Pitts to replace the marker
and to restore the corner to its
original state if he found that
the County caused the dam-
age.
Mr. Tommy Pitts presented
an easement from SWF Gulf
Coast, Inc. for the Corley
Slough Channel. He said that


One of our

Salespersons

will be waiting

at each of

these homes

to show you

through

and answer

questions.


Don't miss the opportunity to
see this 2-Bedrm. vacation
cottage. A great value at its
price. Completely furnished.
8th St.


the County is required to pay
$1.00 for this easement. Com-
missioner Gortman donated
$1.00 to be used for this
payment. Easement recorded
in Official Record Book 81,
Page 570, public records of
Gulf County.
Commissioner Kennedy re-
ported that in cleaning a ditch
in Highland View, a driveway
was cut out He moved that the
Road Department install a
culvert at this location, sec-
onded by Commissioner Gort-
man. Commissioner Branch
stated that the ditch is only ten
inches deep; therefore, the
culvert would be of no benefit.
The Road superintendent
stated that in his opinion a
culvert would not be useful in
this location. Vote: Aye- Ken-
edy, Gortman, and Tankers-
ley. Nay- Branch and the
Chairman.
Comm. Tankersley reported
that he is concerned about the
decision to discontinue the
operations at the Cape San
Bals Coast Guard STation. he
asked that a letter be written
to the United States Depart-
ment of Interior protesting
this decision and also to
request that a Coast Guard
search and Rescue Unit be
located at Indian Pass.
Comm. Gortman said he did
everything he could do to
prevent the dredge boat
Guthrie from being placed in
moth balls, but that on April
16, 1980, he and Mr. Core
were visiting the Captain of
the Guthrie when word was'
received that the U.S. Corps
of Engineers had ordered
that the Guthrie be retired
from the fleet.
Comm. Gortman reported


New 2 bedroom Duplex - Completely furnished and
ready to go. Short walk to beach - beach-side. 41st St.


Spectacular 4 bdrm., 2 bath home right on beach. Lg.
screen porch, great rm., modern kitchen. Ideal beach
house for year round living. Furnished, cen. h&a. Hwy.
98 at 13th St.


Year Round Retreat 2 blocks from Gulf. 2*bdrm., Ig.
screened porch, fireplace. Lots of fun and at a reduced
price. Fortner Ave. between 3rd & 4th St.


PAGE THIRTEEN:

on the progress of securing the
easements for the paving of
the Bud Brocket (John Dill)
Road. He said that this area
would best be served by
extending the planned paving
200 additional feet to prevent
creating a drainage pro-
creating a drainage prob-
lem.He moved that this be:
done, seconded by Comm.
Kennedy, and unanimously
carried.
Comm. Branch told the
Board that citizens every-
where are objecting to the
State Board of Administra-
tive Conceptual management
Plan for the State owned
land on the Apalachicola
River. He moved to adopt a
resolution opposing the plan.
The Chairman said this
Board will meet with the
Department of Natural Re-
sources on May 2, 1980 in
Tallahassee to discuss this
matter:
Comm. Gortman told the
Board that the application of
Walter Johnson to carry a
firearm should be rejected
due to information received
from law enforcement officers
from another County and
moved that the application
be rejected, seconded by
Comm. Tankersley, and un-
animously carried.
George Y. Core filed a dis-
closure of specified business:
interest showing that he is a
member of the Board of
Directors of the Wewahitchka
StateBank.
With Comm. Gortman act:.
ing as chairman, Comm.
Birmingham moved that all
proceedings before the County
Commissioner's meetings be
(Continued On Page 14)


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1980 PAGE FOURTEEN
d&-


Citizens of Tomorrow...


Corey, 31/, and Erin, 1%,
children of Ronnie and
Linda Dupree of Port St.
Joe.


Hannon, 8, son of Roy and
Fran Smith of Port St. Joe.


Teresa, 10, and Linda, 15
months, daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. Woodrow A.
Jones of Port St. Joe.


Thad, 10, and Angel, 5,
children of Rev. and Mrs.
Ernest A. Barr of Port St.
Joe.


s


Bonnie Lee, 6 weeks,
daughter of Ronny and Pris-
cilla Young of Port St. Joe.


Andy, 4, son of Roy and
Frann Smith of Port St. Joe.


Wendy, 5, and Timothy,
1%, children of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Miller of White
City.


Katie, 11 months, grand-
daughter of Mary and Paris
Carter of Wewahitchka.


Christopher, 9, Pamela, 5,
and Mary, 10 months, chil-
dren of Karl and Sherrie
Bowen of Port St. Joe.


Kristi, 2, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Kirkland of
White City.


The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on April 8, 1980, with the
following members present:
Paul Sewell, Chairman;
Waylon Graham; Fred Gre-
er; Gene Raffield; J.K.
Whitfield. The Superinten-
dent was present.
The meeting was called to
order with the invocation by
Raffield, and followed by the
Pledge of Allegiance.
On motion by Greer, sec-
ond by Raffield, the minutes
of March 4, 1980 and March
26, 1980 were approved.
Perry McFarland met with
the school board to discuss
the possibility of construc-
ting a track to be used by
Port St. Joe High School and
general public.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion by
Graham, second by Whit-
field, the board unanimously
approved the School Calen-
dar for the 1980-81 school
year. Copies are on file in
the Superintendent's office.
The Board charged a 24
day penalty to Griffin Con-
struction Company for delay
in the completion. of Wewa-
hitchka Auto Mechanics fa-
cility.
The Board unanimously
approved for the Superinten-
dent to proceed with the
idea of developing a four
day work and four day


Angela, 6, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe St. Clair of
Port St. Joe.


Sharron, 2, daughter of
Belle Rogers of Wewahitch-
ka.


Larry, 1, son of Ouida
Carter Hardy of Wewahitch-
ka.



"Good resolutions are sim-
ply checks that men draw
or a bank where they have
no account." Oscar Wilde


Kim, 15, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David Rich of


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.County Minutes


Mandy, 1 month, daugh-
ter of Danny and Nicki
Little of Wewahitchka.


Kelly, 4, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ken Cunningham
of Wewahitchka.


Lawanda, 10, daughter of
George Lee of Wewahitch-
ka.


Jennifer Ann, 2 months,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Barnes of Wewahitch-
ka.


Tammy, 9, and Shanna, 2,
children of Ira and Janice
Forehand of Wewahitchka.


Michael, 6, Christy, 9, and
Danny, 13, children of Jim-
my McCorvey of Wewa-
hitchka.


taped, seconded by Comm.
Kennedy, and unanimously
passed.
The meeting was then re-
cessed until April 24, 1980, at
7:00p.m.
The Board of County Com-
missioner of Gulf County,
Florida, met April 24, 1980,
pursuant to a recess taken on
April 22, 1980, with the follow-
ing members present: Doug-
las C. Birmingham, Chair-
man, Jimmy 0. Gortman,
William R. Branch, and Leo
Kennedy. Others present
were: George Core, Clerk,
K.E. Murphy, Sheriff, and
Tommy Pitts, Administra-
tive Assistant.
The meeting came to order
at 7:00p.m.
Mr. Tommy Pitts reported
that the County Engineers
have tabulated all bids re-
ceived April 22nd for Gulf
County resurfacing projects,
BDC Project No. 1291-2 and
found that Florida Asphalt
Paving Company submitted
the low and best bid at
$599,331.96 and that he and the
Engineers recommend this
bid be accepted. There was a
motion by Comm. Gortman,
seconded by Comm. Branch,
and it was animously passed
that a contract be awarded to
the low bidder, Florida As-
phalt Paving Company at
$599,311.96. The Chairman and
Clerk were directed to execute
a contract on behalf of the
County.
With Comm. Gortman now
Acting Chairman, there was
a motion by Comm. Branch,
seconded by Comm. Birming-
han to renew the contract with
Barrett, Daffin, and Carlan to
be retained as consulting
engineer for a period ending
April 24, 1981. Comm. Ken-
nedy made a substitute motion
that Barret, Daffin, and Car-
lan be retained for a period,
extending to the duration of
the present bond issue road


program, seconded by Comm.
Branch, and unanimously car-
ried. Comm. Birmingham
moved to retain Barrett, Daf-
fin, and Carlan for a period of
one year ending April24, 1981,
seconded by Commissioner
Branch, and unanimously car-
ried.
Mr. Tommy Pitts recom-
mended that the County Road
Department restore the cor-
ner marker of Mr. Thurman
Jacobs in White City and also
restore the damage done by
County equipment. There was
a motion by Comm. Kennedy,
seconded by Comm. Branch,
and it was unanimously car-
ried that this work be done and
charged to the Road Depart-
ment.
Hannon-Stubbs, Inc. report-
ed that they now have water
for Cape Breezes Subdivsion
and even though the Depart-
ment of Natural Resources
has not certified the water at
this time, they are now ready
to begin constructing the
water line and requested the
County to issue a permit for
this work. Upon motion by
Comm. Branch, seconded by
Comm. Kennedy, and it was
unanimously carried to issue
the permit.
Comm. Gortman discussed
the Dead Lakes Water Man-
agement District. He suggest-
ed that the Governor be re-
quested to appoint three Coun-
ty Commissioners from Gulf
County and two from calhoun
county as members of the
Board of Directors. After
discussion, the Chairman said
a meeting with our legislative
Delegationbe set up for May 2,
1980, in Tallahassee to discuss
the Dead Lakes Water Man-
agement District. The Chair-
man said the Board will also
meet with the Department of
Natural Resources concerning
the use of state lands on the
Apalachicola River on May
2nd.
There being no other busi-
ness the meeting adjourned.


school week for summer ses-
sions.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion by
Graham, second by Raffield,
the board unanimously ap-
proved the following person-
nel recommendations:
Approved Lester Gortman
be assigned two additional
hours per day bringing his
time to five hours per day
effective Apirl 9, 1980; ac-
cepted a letter of retirement
from George Cooper from
maintenance position effec-
tive April 9, 1980; accepted
letter of resignation from
Dorothy Craig; approved
temporarily transfer of
Dorothy Leavins to the posi-
tion of Secretary to the
Superintendent effective
March 17, 1980; temporarily
employ Ruby Sanders as
Secretary to the Director of
Administrative Affairs effec-
tive March 24, 1980.
Approved Lynn Wells be
placed on regular contrac-
tural salary for the time she
has substituted for Albertha
Brown; approved a leave of
absence for Nan Adkison for
the remainder of this school
year; appointed Barabara
Shirley as Principal of
Wewahitchka Elementary
School beginning 1980-81
school year; approved the
transfer of Jacque Price
from her position as assis-
tant principal at Port St. Joe
Elementary School to assis-
tant principal at Port St. Joe
High School effective 1980-81
school year.
Instructional appointed to
continuing contract are
Denise Williams, Rhonda
Pridgeon, Al Millergren, Di-
ane Christo, Betty Ann
Owens, and Jim Belin.
Instructional appointed to
annual contract are Vic Ad-
kison, Cynthia Belin, Bar-
bara Gilbert, Jo Ann Man-


nel, Sarah Ann Roberts, Gay
Best, Margaret Bowman,
Sue Forehand, Teresa New-
some, Margaret Prange,
Nan Adkison, George Bell,
Carol Cartier, Daniel.Crews,
Joseph Walker, David Hum-
phreys, Martin Adkison,
Jane Walker, and Danny
Gatlin.
Instructional personnel,
non-renewal of annual con-
tract are Patricia Groos,
Nancy Noble, and Carmena
Fennell.
The Board received two
requests to use school buses
for non-school activities. On
motion by Greer, second by
Graham, all voted yes to
approve the requests of both
organizations provided they
correspond with board guide-
lines.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Greer, all voted
yes to accept the best bids
on Saving Certificates in the


MINUTES
of the


Board of Public Instruction


amount of $160,000. Copies
are on file in the Super-
intendent's office.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion by
Graham, second by Whit-
field, the board unanimously
approved approximately
ninety incandescent lights as
surplus property.
On recommendation of
the Superintendent, motion
by Raffield, second by Whit-
field, the board unanimously
approved the following stu-
dent matters; Transfer
Mark Herring from Port St.
Joe Elementary School to
Highland View Elementary,
transfer Gary Gliem from
Port St. Joe High School td
Adult Institute, grant Eliza-
beth Williams Goff permis-
sion to continue her educa-
tion at Port St. Joe High


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On recommendation of the
superintendent, motion by
Graham, second by Whit-
field, the board unanimously
approved an agreement for
Calhoun County to partici-
pate in Gulf County's Train-
able Mentally Retarded Pro-
gram for the 1979-80 school
year.
Distributed Gulf County
Community Services' report
for the Port St. Joe area
and Wewahitchka area.
Board authorized Superin-
tendent to get quotes on
portable bleachers.
Payment of bills was
placed in the official board
book.
There being no further
business, the board adjourn-
ed to meet again on May 6,
1980 at 9:00 a.m.


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