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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 29, 1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880


FORTY-THIRD YEAR, NUMBER 39


Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1980


Port St. Joe High School Graduating 103 Seniors


Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School will have 103 graduat-
ing seniors who will be the
honored guests at Baccalau-
reate services Sunday night
and graduating exercises
Monday night. Both exercises
will be held at 8:00 p.m., in the
Coliseum of the High School.
BACCALAUREATE
The graduates will enter the
Coliseum for the Baccalau-
reate services to the strains of
"Marche Regalis" played by
the High School Band, under
the direction of Dan Crews.
The Baccalaureate sermon
this year will be delivered by
i Rev. Johnle McCurdy, pastor
Sof the First United Methodist
Church. Other ministers on
the program will be Rev.
Earnest Barr, Rev. David
Fernandez and Rev. William
Touchton. Miss Ann Aldridge
will lead the congregational


singing.
GRADUATION
For Graduation exercises
Monday night, "Pomp and
Circumstances" will be the
marching music for the sen-
iors as they enter their last
activity in Port St. Joe
schools.
Giving the invocation will be
Tommy Wright. Bernie Wes-
ter will lead the pledge to the
flag. Class president, Kent
Smith will give the president's
address.
This year's four high honor
graduates will give the pro-
gram for the exercises, each
giving short talks developing
the theme: "We Shall Not
Pass This Way Again."
. Pamela Coney will speak on,
the subject, "What Have We
Gained?". Phyllis Cumbie will
speak on the subject, "What
Have 1- Contributed?". Di-


ane Graham will offer, "What
Advice Can We Give Those
Who Will Follow?". Ronald


Minger will close out the
program with his talk on
"What Do We Face?"


PAMELA CONEY PHYLLIS CUMBIE
High Honor Graduate High Honor Graduate


Several traditional awards
will be passed out by various
civic groups in the area and


DIANNE GRAHAM
High Honor Graduate


Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege. Some of the awards are
medals and plaques while


RONALD MINGER
High Honor Graduate


some are college scholarships.
Leon Pollock, president of
the Rotary Club will present
the Rotary awards. The W. R.
(Billy) Tapper Memorial
Scholarship will be presented
by George G. Tapper. Ken
Herring will present the Ki-
wanis Club awards. George
Tapper will present aw r.s
from the Gulf Coast Commun-
ity College and the George
Tapper Scholastic Award. The
Lions Club scholarship will be
presented by president, Tim
Griffin.
Principal Edwin Williams
will present the Senior Class,
after which Superintendent of
Schools Walter Wqder will
award the diplomas to the
graduates.
Eric Clenney will lead the
class in singing the "Alma
Mater" and Tim Beard will
pronounce the benediction.


Senior sponsors are: Mrs.
Sarah Arrant, Miss Ann Al-
dridge, Mrs. Alice Machen
and Kesley Colbert.
GRADUATING CLASS
Gregory Michael Layfield,
Homer Allen Davis, Gregory
Earl Phillips,' Carol Wayne
Lynn, Lori Jean Luttrell,
Wilma Jewell Burkett, Sharon
Delisa Davis, Georgia Mar-
qurite James, Steven Thomas
Sullivan, Jamie Lynn Mims.
Henry Marden McClamma,
Robert Kent Smith, Blane Jay
Cox, Tina Felicia Williams,
Marjoreccia Dixson Bewey,
Norman Franklin Hodges, Jr.,
Helen Marie Ullmen, Parion
Reed Mims, Jr., Gay Lynn
Ford, Susan Lenore Parker,
Timothy Lamar Beard, Phyl-
lis Marie Cumbie, Martha
Renee Adkison, Joseph Greg-
(Continued on Page 8)


County Accepts $1,090,314 Bid for Paving

The Gulf County Commis- the county, under a $2.3 agreed to Tuesday night, have some $468,000 remaining administrative assistant Tom- day afternoon at 3:00 p.m. additional $463,000 on. One of the new paying
sion agreed to a low bid price million bond issue recently consulting engineer, Reggie in their paying budget for my Pitts told the Commission The Commission will meet The bond issue didn't cover projects may be lifted from
of $1,000,814.25, entered by initiated by the Commission. Tisdale, of Barrett, Daffin and other projects. he would try to set up a after the conference in an the entire list of paying the list, as the Commission,
Gulf Asphalt Company of With bids for the re-surfae-. CarlanofTallahasseetoldthe After the bids were agreed pre-construction conference effort to determine what pro- projects the Board has on its after nearly six months of
Panama City Tuesday night. ing portion of the paying Commission they would still to Tuesday night county with the contractor for Mon- jects they will spend the request agenda. (Continued on Page 8)


The bid would hard surface:11


program let two weeks ago


s teerts and roads throughout and the paying portion price



Study Authorized ( Stone Opens Political Season for Gulf


for Water System
The Gulf County Commission entered into an agreement
Tuesday night with the engineering firm of Barrett, Daffin
and Carlan of Tallahassee to furnish the board a feasibility
study for placing water systems in White City and St. Joe
S Beach. ,. a .
The firm gave the Commission a price of $6,000 for the
White City study and $9,000 for the St. Joe Beach area',
advising the Commission they could do 70 percent of the
survey at a cost .of $10,000 to see if the Board wished to
continue with the work.
The Commission has expressed a desire to put water
systems in the communities if they can get federal loans and
grants for the work. Getting a federal loan or grant
commitment is predicated on presentation of the feasibility
study to government officials.
The first phase of the study is to see just what costs are
involved and how much service from the systems would cost
the customer.
Reggie Tisdale, representing the engineering firm, told
the Commission the first phase of the study would determine
some usage cost and would determine whether the
Commission wished to pursue the matter further. "If we find
the water cost to the customer will be just too high to be
economically feasible, you may wish to drop the matter right
there and wouldn't have so much money invested in the
preliminary work", Tisdale said.
The engineer said the study would probably be completed
around September.


Gulf's Veteran


Assessor Dies


Samuel A. Patrick, age 72,
Gulf County's veteran Proper-
ty Appraiser for the past 48
. years, died Monday morning
*in a Panama City hospital
following a short illness.


SAMUEL A. PATRICK


Gortman to

Run Again
Jimmy Gortman, County
Commissioner from District 1,
said this week he will be a
candidate for re-election to his
present office.
Gortman has served for four
years on the Board, one of
those years as chairman.
4 Gortman said he will be
qualifying for re-election to
the County position when
the qualification period begins
in a few weeks.


Patrick's tenure of office in
Gulf County had made him the
veteran elected official in the
State of Florida. In addition,
he was active in the Gulf
County Democratic Executive
Committee, serving as secre-
tary of the organization for
many years.
Patrick, a native of Ohoo-
pee, Georgia, was a resident
of Wewahitchka, where he had
made his home since 1916.
The veteran public official
was a member of the Property
Appraisers' Association of
Florida, the I.O.O.F. of Pan-
ama City, Rebecca Lodge
Number 61 of Wewahitchka
until their merger with Mel-
ody Lodge Number 22 of Port
St. Joe and a past Registrar
for Local Board Number 9. He
was of the Baptist faith.
He is survived by his son
Sammy R. "Bobby" Patrick
of Wewahitchka; two broth-
ers, William R. Patrick of
Savannah, Georgia and Roy L.
Patrick of Overstreet, and
three sisters, Mrs. R. F.
Roehlk of Sanford, Mrs. Annie
M. Cook and Mrs. Edna L.
Hardy, both of Overstreet.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday at 2:00 p.m., in the
Glad Tidings Assembly of God
Church of Wewahitchka, with
Rev. Claude McGill, Rev.
Adolph Bedsole and John
Clenney officiating. Interment
was in the Jehu Cemetery with
Rebecca Rites at the grave-
side.
St. Clair Funeral Home of
Port St. Joe was in charge of
all arrangements.


United States Senator Richard
(Dick) Stone kicked off the young
political campaign season here in Gulf
County last Saturday, making an
appearance, a speech and eating a
traditional fried mullet supper, while
politicking some 500 people last Satur-
day afternoon.
There was music, short speeches,
plenty of fried mullet and a nice
afternoon to welcome the Senator, who
is seeking his second six year term in
the United States Senate.
The political emphasis for Stone
was the first of the season, and was
sponsored by the local Longshoremen's
Unions.
Stone arrived at the festivities right
on time, spoke briefly, then helped the
Longshoremen serve their dinners
before enjoying a platter of fried mullet
himself.


'A


In his 10-minute speech, Senator
Stone defined Northwest Florida as "an
important place, and Port St. Joe is an
important place in Northwest Florida".
Speaking mostly about the aspira-
tions for building a major deep water
port here, Stone said such a venture
would help fight recession before it hits
here. "The port effort is good for the
county and the country", Stone said.
The Senator pledged his continued
efforts to see the port come about
within just a short while.
On national defense, the Senator
linked the meaning of Memorial Day to
the reputation and strength of our
country. "The prisoners in Iran make a
meaningful and important Memorial
Day", he said. "To Iran and the world
today, we look weak, shabby and
clumsy. We can change that appear-
ance if we don't give up. If we build our


defense and economy, then we will
regain the hostages and our position of
leadership in the world".
Stone closed his remarks by
stating, "If we commit ourselves to this
task, next Memorial Day will be a
happy one."
Stone has been campaigning on the
theme of a strong nation.
After the Senator stepped down,
George Tapper, who has been the prime
mover for the port project told the
audience, "We're going to get that port
here because Dick Stone says we're
going to do it some kind of way."
Tapper then.predicted there would
be a favorable announcement about
progress for the port project within
eight weeks. "We are very close to
getting the finances arranged we need
to kick this thing off", Tapper remark-
ed to the audience.


I


Senator "Dick" Stone speaks Saturday


Part of the crowd enjoys their fish dinner under the shade, on the ground.


-tar photos


Chip Mill




Starting

Louisiana-Pacific plans to start up its new chip mill and
wood yard on the eastern outskirts of Port St. Joe on Monday
of next week, according to Pete Stanford, plant manager.
The firm is winding down construction of its new mill,
which will receive pine logs and turn them into chips for St.
Joe Paper Company. The new mill will remove most of the
long log truck traffic from the St. Joe Paper Company wood
yard. The logs will go instead to Louisiana-Pacific's plant
where they will be chipped and sent to the paper mill by rail
cars.
The new mill, shown., in the photograph at right, will
employ nine people when it starts up. The mill is located at the
site of the old Lions Club horse show arena. The Apalachicola
Northern Railroad has constructed a spur track to the site, to
load the chips for the short trip to the paper company.
The plant has been under construction for the past four
months.
-Star photo


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Editorials and Opinions
< ;


THE STAR
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1980


Censorship Has No Place in the United States


When a government, or more properly, its
bureaucrats, get embarrassed over some of
:their actions, usually it is embarrassment
which is due.
"" iDuring the past three weeks, bureaucrats
in both the governments of the United States
Sand Great Britain have become embarrassed
:,-because of their actions in violating one of the
'main tenents of our freedom that of
I-freedom of speech.
The British government became embar-
rassed when one of its judges ruled that a
,.;London TV station must reveal its source of
Information in a story about government
mishandling of the nationally owned steel
industry, or face a possible fine and
. imprisonment:
- Government goofed, it was reported, and
faces were red.
Here in the United States, twice in the past
two weeks, government has interfered with
the free flow of information, seemingly be-
5cause it embarrassed somebody who was
important or had important friends.
Just a little over two weeks ago, the Wall
Street Journal, the definition of conservative,
was hauled into court because it was going to
print a business story which would reveal
Z


questionable financial dealings by a Texas
conglomerate dealing in oil and cement.
The Journal was put on notice by a Texas
judge that it should not print the story upon
pain of fine and imprisonment.
Friday of this past week, the CBS
television network released a story of the
United States government interfering with
newscasts via satellite from Cuba. The
interference came by way of blocking the
transmission of the story by electronic means,


effectively jamming the newscast and putting
government in the position of deciding what
news the people should hear.
The freedom of speech amendment was
placed in the Constution for a purpose; that
purpose being to keep government from
regulating the news and the freedom of free
men to express themselves without fear.
The interference of our government in
news reporting seems small enough to some
people, but it is a gross violation of the


constitution and a bending of one of the
freedoms which has made this nation the most
desired one in the world for the masses of
people. The 70,000-odd refugees from Cuba
didn't elect to defy death, give up all their
possessions and leave their families to come to
the United States because we allowed
censorship of our public information.
Censorship has no place in the United
States or in the portfolio of any of its
bureaucrats.


Stone Should Explain Panama Canal Vote


The political season has arrived here in
Gulf County, with the passing of spring and the
arrival of the yellow fly.
Senator Richard Stone was first at bat this
past week in the political game, paying a visit
to Port St. Joe in an attempt to mend his
political fences.
Senator Stone has traditionally been a
favorite of the voters of Gulf County. He has
always carried a large majority here.
The story is different now. The Senator is
having a hard time living down his vote to give


the Panama Canal to the nation of Panama.
Many of those who inhabit the "Red Neck
Riviera" didn't like that vote, as much as they
like Senator Stone:.
The Senator has explained his vote was
made for the reason of promoting stronger
national defense in the Caribbean, but has not
gone beyond that rather broad explanation.
We lean toward Senator Stone. We like the
man and we like his stand on most things.
Still there is the Panama Canal issue


which won't go away.
Senator Stone will still probably carry
Gulf County when it comes down to the final
vote in November, but he would have a far
better chance at carrying the day if he could
come up with a more detailed explanation of
the Panama Canal vote.
We're not trying to deteriorate the
Senator's chances in November by bringing
up the matter. It is there. We hear it every
day. It needs discussing for everyone's
understanding.


Glad to See New Law

:W Ramsey, enough without openly selling We've i


*a!fheard this week that Gov-
jrimor Graham was going to
- asi a anti-drug parapher-
aa law. This law has been a
gong time coming and person-
gally I am glad to see it. We all
dnmow that illegal drugs are
%ought and sold every day
*right here in our community
i3mt no one can be so naive as
Ao think that our teenagers go
an a store to buy cigarette
papers and "roach clips" to
roll and smoke their own
g'Prince Albert". Yet these
Articles and many others used
Sn the smoking of marijuana
re sold openly in many

In6trt St. Joe, the Jr. Food.
SMre is a favorite gathering
.place for our teens and if you
.stand in there long enough,
;you can see that the store does
,a pretty good business in
selling cigarette papers to
:teens. Does that mean, with
:packaged cigarettes so read-
*ily available, that so many
'have gone back to rolling their
-own tobacco? Of course there
is nothing wrong with having
cigarette papers or clips they
use to hold the "joints" or
*bongs (an object used to
smoke marijuana) but there
would be no use for some of
:the paraphernalia if not for
!the drug itself.
if the drug is illegal then the
paraphernalia should be also,
.or at least limited to people
who could show a good cause
Jfor needing such things. St.
Joe may not have a drug prob-
lem as bad as some larger-
less cities, however it is bad


aids to drug usage in stores.
It could be very encouraging
to our young to buy things so
easily; certainly they have
enough in th schools from the
other drug users and pushers
as it is.


heard people speak


up on trash, stray aogs, anda
other minor problems but not
much is said about our really
big problem, the drug pro-
blems of our young children.
Concerned Parent;
Mrs. Gwen Dees


Nudes Rining. .


Family Beach


To the Christian Community
of Gulf County:
Several friends have
brought something to my
attention that I believe the
people in this county should
be aware of and seek to
change before we lose the
reputation of being a "family
resort" area.
For the past three week
ends, families living in Port
St. Joe have gone to the beach
between Indian Pass and Cape
San Blas only to find it
covered with nude sun bath-
ers. To my knowledge, the law
against "indecent exposure"
in Gulf County has not been
changed.
When my children were
small, we spent many happy
hours on this beach, cast
netting, cooking the fish we


caught and playing in the surf.
I think it would be a shame if
this kind of recreation be-
comes unavailable to the
families of Gulf County be-
cause who wants to take their
families where they will be
exposed to this type of behav-
iour?
If these people are tourists,
they should be sent back
where they came from. If they
are locals, they should build
themselves a high fence
around their own back yards
and stay there.
I ask the Christian people of
Gulf County to make their
feelings known to the law
enforcement officials so this
can be stopped now before it
gets any worse.
Sincerely,
NELL F. NEEL
Port St. Joe, Fla.


Students Will

End Day Early
Students at all south Gulf
County schools will be dismis-
sed early on June 3 and June 4
according to the following
schedule:
Port St. Joe Elementary
School, 12 Noon.
Port St. Joe High School,
12:15 p.m.
Highland View Elementary
School, 12:30 p.m.
Lunch will be served on both
days and all staff member will
work regular hours.

Port Authority
to Meet Tuesday
The Port St. Joe Port
Authority will meet Tuedsay
of next week at 11:00 a.m.
The meeting will be held in
the Fire Station. All members
of the authority and any
interested visitors are urged
to attend.


SALTY
SALLY


Too much concern
about things that may
happen is what keeps
us from making the
most of what is
happening.
- .


:Homosexuals Have Ruined A Perfectly Good Word for the Rest of Us
welome -.. ..a prb I


I'M MAD AT the homosexuals. I'm
mad at them because they have ruined
a perfectly good word for everyday use.
They have taken the word "gay"
and made it mean something it doesn't.
There was a time when one could
meetba friend on the street and answer
;his query, "How are you?" with a light
and delightful answer, "I feel happy
and gay this morning."
No longer.
A person can't even be in a gay
mood anymore without rousing suspi-
cions among his closest acquaintances.
Even people named "Gay" are
changing their names or just dropping
the name "Gay" altogether if they have
two names to go by.
Being gay just isn't permissable
anymore and I don't like it.
Now, if you're gay, you don't dare
mention it to anyone for fear they will
get the wrong idea.
+ +++
FRENCHIE AND I attended the
Kiwanis Club ladies night last week and
had wonderful time and a delicious


steak.
We did the same thing with the
Rotary Club last week also, but the
same thing didn't happen to me at the
Rotary dinner as happened at the
Kiwanis dinner.





ETAOI





We were all sitting around the table
talking after the meal was over and
Hilda Duren and Pat Lowery made the
day for me.
Hilda said, "I thoroughly enjoyed
your column the other week about the
socks getting lost in the washing
machine." Hilda went on to say, "the


same thing happens to George's socks,
too, but he just goes ahead and wears
any old two socks which happen to be
clean, no matter what color they are."
I kIow the feeling, George.
Then Pat chimed in and said, "I


liked the column about the ladies at the
shower. I thought that described what
goes on at those events just like it is."
They raved on and on and I didn't
say a word. I just listened to them talk.
Finally, Pat asked me, "Which
column over the years did you like
best?"


There was no contest there. I liked
what they were saying about those two
the best.

I hope I eat dinner with those two
ladies again sometime.


WE TURNED ON the air condi-
tioner last week. If you had an air
conditioner and didn't turn it on the
middle of last week, it must be broken.
I hated to have to do it. The
comfortable temperature after a hard
and long day felt good, but the electric
bill later next month won't feel near so


' welcome.
One consolation about air condi-
tioning is that the electric bill comes
only one day a month, while the hot
days are here every day. So, I feel I am
better off to say bad things about
Florida Power one day than I am to
have to think harsh things about the hot
weather the other 29,
I know Florida Power will under-
stand, but I think God would take a dim
view of me thinking harsh thoughts
about his weather.

THINKING OF THE weather
makes me think of the weather those
people out in the far west are having
now after the eruption of Mt. Helens.
The news the other night showed
road graders, snow plows and people
with shovels in Spokane, over 200 miles
from Mt. Helens, digging out from
under the volcanic ash which had been
deposited on them by the blast of the
mountain top.
Frenchie and I visited with her
sister and family in Spokane last


spring, andu AI erreiiim iow .i.u.- w-
esque that part of the country was
before the mountain blew.
Brother-in-law, Jack Williamson,
had a large patch of rhubarb in his back
yard. I'll bet that ash completely
covered up his patch.
I remember that because rhubarb
pie is about my favorite pie.

MENTION PIE and I think of
eating good food.
Last Thursday I went into Smith's
Pharmacy and visited for a minute with
Johnny Cooley. John is getting a small
pot and he remarked he was going to
have to go on a diet.
I told old John not to worry about it.
I had rather be continually fighting the
bulge than to be one of those
unfortunates who remain thin and.
slender all their lives simply because
nothing tastes good to. them.
Everything tastes good to me, and
I'm glad it does. That way, it doesn't
take much to make me happy. A good
tasty dinner will do it every time.


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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.
Time Ht. Time Ht.
Thurs. 938 1.5 1952 -.1
Fri. 1010 1.6 2030 -.2
Sat. 1047 1.6 2116 -.2
Sun. 1126 1.7 2202 -.3
Mon. 1205 1.7 2245 -.;
Tues. 1247 1.6 2327 -.1
Wed. 1327 1.4 2359 .0
Thurs. 1405 1.2


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.Home Nursing Care Now


Being Offered In County
A new service is now avail- participant in the program, Mrs. McFarland has been a
able in (ulf County, and in the "is one of the grandest things patient in the Gulf County
words of Pearl McFarland, a I've ever run into." Home Health Care, a program
which provides part-time
nursing, physical therapy,
speech therapy, occupation-
al therapy and home health
aid services to home-bound
patients.


MRS. EVERETTE McFARLAND


OBITUARIES:

Funeral Services Held Monday

for Mrs. Margaret Best


Mrs. Margaret Best, a long
time resident of Port St. Joe,
died suddenly, Tuesday, May
S20. She was a native of
Hawkinsville, Ga., and was a

James Jefferson
Dies In Tally
James Jefferson, age 85, of
Port St. Joe, passed away
Saturday noon in a Tallahas-
see nursing home, following
an extended illness. He was a
former employee of the Ken-
ney's Sawmill of Port St. Joe.
Survivors include: one
Daughter, Mrs. Inez Cham-
bers; two granddaughters:
Mrs. Jamie Morris and Mrs.
Debra Ann Ellis, both of Port
St. Joe; five grandsons Geor-
ge Smith of Ft. Lauderdale,
.Edgar Warren, Jr., and John-
ny Warren, both of Detroit,
Mich., Raymond Morris and
Larry Chambers, both of Port
St. Joe; eight great grand-
children, and three great-
great grandchildren.
Funeral Services are in-
complete at this time and will
be announced later by Com-
forter Funeral Home.

Former Resident

Dies In Clairmont
Mrs. Ethel Morris, former
resident of Port St. Joe, died
Saturday at Clairmont. Mrs.
Morris was a native of Cairo,
Georgia.
Survivors include one
daughter, Mrs. Clair Guy and
one grandson.
Funeral services will be
held Thursday at one p.m., at
Pentecostal Church of God in
White City, conducted by the
* Rev. Addison. Interment will
follow in family plot at Plea-
sant Rest Cemetery in Over-
street.
All arrangements are under
the direction of Comforter
Funeral Home, Port St. Joe.


member of the First Born
Church of the Living God.
NSurvivors include her hus-
band, John Best of Port St.
Joe; six sons, William Penna-
mon of Port St. Joe, John Best,
Jr. of North Carolina, Noah
Best of Ft. Lauderdale, Wil-
liam Best of Ft. Benning, Ga.,
Samuel 0. Best of Dania, and
Ulyssee Best of Port St. Joe;
three daughters: Mary Pen-
namon of Plainfield, N.J.,
Essia Bailey of Port St. Joe,
and Wanda E. Smiley of Ger-
many; and 21 grandchildren.
Funderal Services were
held Monday, May 26 at the
First Born Church of the
Living God, conducted by the
Rev. Junior Bishop E.D. Dix-
on. Interment followed in the
family plot, Forest Hill Ceme-
tery.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home, Port St. Joe.

Grandson of R.

B. Davis Dies
John Allen Collingsworth,
14, of Bayou George, died
Sunday in a Panama City hos-
pital. He had been a life long
resident of Bay County. He
was a student at Rosenwald
Junior High School and was of
the Methodist faith.
He is survived by his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Col-
lingswqrth of Bayou George;
one brother, Joey Collings-
worth of Bayou George; mat-
ernal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Davis of Wewa-
hitchka; paternal grand-
mother, Mrs. Opal Canter of
Bayou George; and maternal
great grandmother, Mrs.
Leora Clark of Altha.
Funeral services were held
at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the
Southerland Funeral Home
Chapel with the Rev. Omar
Deen officiating. Interment
followed in the Evergreen
Memorial Gardens Cemtery.


THURSDAY, JUNE 5


Mrs. McFarland had been
hospitalized for a illness,
which required nursing care.
She said, "I was able to come
home earlier from the hospi-
tal, with the same nursing pro-
vided me by Home Health
Care as was being provided in
the hospital, only on an
intermittent basis. It saved
me two trips a week to
Panama City to see a doctor. I
strongly endorse the program,
as it has been a wonderful
blessing to me during my ill-
ness."
Home Health Care was able
to fill the gap between dis-
charge from the hospital,
while she was still needing
skilled nursing services, until
she was strong enough to see
her local physician.
Gulf County Home Health
Care first started seeing pat-
ients in Gulf County in June of
1976, through the auspices of
their office in Panama City,
Bay Home Health Care Agen-
cy. It opened a local office
here in Port St. Joe in Decem-
ber of 1979, at 206 Monument
Ave., the old public library
building. The Agency is a pri-
vate, non-profit organization,
receiving no governmental
funding, which provides part-
time nursing to home-bound
patients. The Agency accepts
all types of insurance, includ-
ing Medicaid, Medicare and
private. They also serve as
many indigents as are deemed
possible.
Pam Perry serves as Exe-
cutive Director of Gulf County
Home Health Care, and stress-
es that the organization op-
erates under a physician's
orders for the patient, who
must be needing a skilled
nursing service and be home-
bound. Hours for the Agency
are Monday through Friday,
7:30 to 5:00. Anyone wishing to
obtain further information
about thp services offered to
should caf 229-8238.


School Lunch


Menu
Monday, June 2
Pizza, corn, fruit, cookie.
and milk.
Tuesday, June 3
Hamburger with cheese,
French fries, lettuce and
tomato, cookies and milk.
Wednesday, June 4
Corn dog, fruit or juice,
vegetable, cookies and milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1980 PAGk THREE


Bookmobile Discontinued


Library Dropping Service for Mail- Out Plan


Russell Foster, director of
the Northwest Florida Reg-
gional Library, told the Com-
mission Tuesday night the
library was phasing out the
bookmobile service and would
terminate the service on June
1.
Foster said the service was
just too expensive for the
library to operate for the
activity it is generating. Fos-
ter cited the increasing cost of
the bookmobiles, gasoline and


problems with service for the
vehicles.
"To take its place",*Foster
said, "We are going to initiate
a pilot program using the
mails for library service to
those removed from the two
main library sites in Port St.
Joe and Wewahitchka.
Foster said the mail pro-
gram is now being widely used
throughout the nation as an
alternative to the mobile
service. He explained the


library would mail catalogs to
every box holder on rural
routes in the county. The
patron could mail in an order
card for books he wanted and
the books would be returned in
a re-usable package with the
return postage and a return
label inside. "The patron can
read the books, place them
back in the carton, attach the
postage meter postage label to
the front and return it. This
system has worked very well


in other areas", Foster said.
Another factor in the new
program is that any county in
the library system can choose
not to use the plan if they
decide not to. He predicted the
service would cost $4,000 to
operate in Gulf County for a
year. The county would be
getting credits from the book-
mobile service to apply to the
mail program.
Foster said the library's
new budget this year would
itemize the program as an
alternate, with the Commis-
sion having the option of
accepting or rejecting at that


time.
Foster said it is currently
costing the library system
$48,000 a year to operate the
bookmobile service in the six
counties they serve. "This is
exclusive of driver salary,
where we are using a CETA
worker paid by the govern-
ment, and depreciation fund-
ing. We have not been building
a replacement fund for pur-
chase of new vehicles."
The new mail system will be
initiated in Gulf County on
June 1, and will operate as a
trial until the new budget
year.


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


SRev. J. C. ODUM,
Pastor


JEROME CARTIER,
Minister of Muskic


Nothing increases the plea-
sure of outdoor living as much
as a patio. Because of Flori-
da's warm climate, we are
able to enjoy patio living year
round.
To enhance the patio, it is
not too late to plant certain
patio plants for a lush tropical
effect and seasonal beauty.
Some of these are fatsia,
aucuba, dwarf azalea, rice
paper plant, castor bean,
dwarf holly, dwarf yaupon,
plumbago, sedum, Teas sage,
dwarf juniper, nandina, Eng-
lish ivy, fatshedra, vinca,
ajuga, liriope, daylifies, cala-
dium and ferns. Know the
plant's growing requirements
and ultimate size.
A careful selection of the
patio tree is important. Select
fast growing small trees, 30
feet high or less, which have
attractive blooms. Place the
tree so as to provide maxi-
mum shade at the time the
patio is used most. Be sure to
allow for normal spread of the
branches as well as the root
system. Consider the tree's
seasonal interest Some which
provide outstanding seasonal
bloom or fall color include:
crape myrtle, parkinsonia,


redbud, Chinese tallow, river sporum, nandina, fatsia, fat-
birch, mimosa, and loquat. shedra, dwarf holly, dwarf
vaumon. holly fern and yucca.


If the patio site is near the
street, make plans to ensure
maximum privacy and quiet.
A row of small trees, large
shrubs or on attractive fence
may be needed to obtain
necessary privacy.
When planing the new patio,
have a complete, well thought
out. plan on paper prior to
beginning work, to reduce
mistakes. Make the patio
design simple. Complicated
designs add extra mainten-
ance and are more difficult to
construct. Allow open spaces
for plantings. Have the patio
large enough to satisfy your
individual family needs, and
locate it where it will be most
useful and enjoyable. Take
advantage of existing shade
trees, southern breezes, pri-
vacy and unity of the overall
landscape design and house.
Often a patio which has few
or no planting areas can be
enhanced by the use of potted
or tub plants. For large tub or
pot plants, use permanent or
winter hardy plants, rather
than those that must be
brought indoors or protected
in winter. Permanent, cold-
hardy plants which are adapt-
able to pot culture are box-
wood, podocarpus, pitto-


Rev. Jack Strader


New White

City Pastor
Rev. Jackie D. Strader,
Pastor of the White City
Assembly of God Church was
ordained the 12th day of May,
1980, at Marianna, Fla.while
the 52nd Annual District Coun-
cil of the Assembly of God was
in session.


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THE STAR, Part St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 180


Guilford- Guillot

Final Plans Told


Mrs. Charles Brown Is


'New DAR Regent


The lovely beach ,home of
M:r. and Mrs. S.A. Weathing-
"ton was a most interesting
setting for the annual meeting
of the St. Joseph Bay Chapter
DAR, held Wedpesday after-
.noon, May 21. The May
heeting was the final meeting
of the 197-80 year, and the last
meeting before the summer
excess, June, July, August,
:lnd September.
The members were met by
Mr. Weathington, who direct-
ed each car through the
spacious s grounds to the per-
fect parking spaep, and inside
many of the group were
reminded of happy visits in
the past to this old house for
beach parties, week-end trips,
Sunday School picnics, etc.
"" The Weathington home was
built many, many years ago
by Pic Higgins, a prominent
citizen of Blountstown, and a
business associate of James T.
McNeill, Sr. The Indian Pass
$each was the perfect spot for
a house of this type, a large
two-story building with a tre-
inendous screened porch a-
iross the front and a smaller
p.ne across the back, part of
which is built around a huge
'tree. An interesting feature is
the use of lovely palm trunks
M.erving as posts on the por-
aches.
: Following the death of the
original owner, the house
Sesame the property of his
eph Pic Hollinger, and,
Wen years ago was purchased
by the present owners, who
liave done much in the way of
restoration and beautification.
During the business session
'pn the cool, wide veranda,
Mrs. Thomas. Owens pre-


seated Mrs. Paul Fensom with ington, Recording Secretary;
a twenty-five year DAR certi- Mrs. Charles Smith, Corre-
ficate. Mrs. Fensom, who had spending Secretary; Mrs.
been honored in the April Owens, Historian; In the
meeting, the exact date of her absence of Mrs. Ronald Child-
beginning membership, for ers, Treasurer, Mrs. Roberta
twenty-five productive years, Harden served as proxy.
was the organizing regent of After the installation Mrs.
St. Joseph Bay Chapter in Owens presented Mrs. Brown
1975. with the Regent's beautiful
The main business of the insignia, and she in turn
day was the installation of the received the Past Regent's
newly elected officers by Mrs. Insignia. The new Chaplain
Ralph Swatts, Sr., Chaplain of gave thanks, and the group
St. Joseph Bay Chapter. Of- enjoyed a really sumptuous
ficers installed included Mrs. covere~lish supper.
Charles Brown, Regent; Mrs. The next meeting of St.
Eda Ruth Taylor, Vice-re- Joseph Bay Chapter will be
gent; Mrs. Mark Tomlinson, held in October at'thd Garden
Chaplain; Mrs. S.H. Weath- Center on Eight Street.

Retired Club Being

Planned for Gulf Co.


Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Guil-
ford announce the finalizing of
plans for the marriage of their
daughter, Katherine Yvonne
to Donald Wallace Guillot, son
.of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Guil-
lot of Port St. Joe.
The weMaing will take place
at 3 p.m. EST in The First
Presbyterian Church of Port
St. Joe, followed by a recep-


Mrs. Virginia Owens, right, retiring
regent for the Daughters of American
Revolution, pins the regent's pin on Mrs.


The Panama City Chapter of
the A.A.R.P.- American As-
sociation of Retired People-
is'interested in promoting a
new chapter to be organized in
Gulf County.
Those who are already
members for the purpose of
insurance, travel, and phar-
maceutical benefits are urged
to participate, as well as these
who are in beginning pros-
pective members interested.
Activities will include regu-
lar meetings, social activities
and community interests and
projects.
Please contact Fran Ridg-
ley, Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens 229-8466, or write to P.O.
Box 776, Port St. Joe, if you
would like to share in this
endeavor.
'^ ^adS f


Mr. and Mrs. Everette McFarland


Enjoy 50 Years Together
Mr. and Mrs. Everette McFarland were McFarland's children and attracted many of
honored Sunday afternoon with a reception, their family and friends who called during the
marking their Golden Wedding Anniversary. afternoon to congratulate the couple and wish
The reception, held in the Oak Grove them well for the future.
Assembly of God Church, was hosted by the


Charles Browne, left, at the final meeting of
the year for the DAR last Wednesday
afternoon. -Star photo


tion in the church's social hall.
All friends are cordially
invited to attend this joyous
occasion.



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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1980 PAGE FIVE


Sea Oats Installs Officers


JR. HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS-F
Dunigan, Vicki Barlow, John Cassani, Stacy
Hay, Leann Clenney, Monica Bergeron and G
right: Michelle Alonza, Rhonda Kemp, Jei



Agent Gives


lFertilization

By ROY LEE CARTER amounts of
County Extension Agent various types
Lawn and garden activities landscape. 1
intensify with the arrival of vary.
spring. And, one of the essent- The only
Sial obs is the application of fertilize plan


fertilizer, the right kinds and


know about tl


Front row, left to right: Gary
y Creel, Traci McClain, Michelle
ary Grimaldi. Middle row, left to.
annette Lawder, Tiffany Burns,


fertilizer for the
s of plants in your
Requirements do
way you can
its properly is to
he different kinds


Melissa Wood, Brandy Wood, Marcia Stoutan
Heacock and Lisa Gant. Back row, left to right: 1
Howell, Lonale Dandy, James Lester, Keith Jon
Presnell, Robert Taylor and Mitch Burke. Pan


of fertilizers that are avail-
able, and which ones are
needed by your particular
landscape plants. Most of our
landscapes contain an assort-
ment of trees, palm, shrubs
and hedges. I'll discuss the


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different fertilizers which are
needed to keep all of these
plants healthy and attractive.
Our information was provided
by Extension Urban Horticul-
ture Specialist Dr. Robert
Black, of the University of
Florida's Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences.
The first landscape plants
that I will mention are shrubs.
Shrubs should be given an
all-purpose garden fertilizer
such as 8-8-8 or 10-10-10. Apply
the fertilizer at the rate of
one-and-one-half to three
pounds per one hundred
square feet. For hedges, the
fertilizer should be spread
evenly along each side of the
plants. For other shrubs,
simply broadcast it over the
entire area.
Our next group of plants
includes landscape trees and
palms. To calculate the cor-
rect. amount of fertilizer to
use, you need to know the
trunk diameter of the tree or
palm you are fertilizing. Keep
in mind that tree diameters
are measured four feet up
from the soil surface.
For trees with trunk diame-
ters of six inches or less, apply
three pounds of 8-8-8 fertilizer
for every inch of the trunk
diameter. For trees with trunk
diameter larger than six
inches, use five pounds of 8-8-8
fertilizer for each inch of
diameter. Very small trees
can be fertilized the same as
shrubs.
Palm trees can be fertilized
with either a 8-84 or 10-10-10
mixture. Apply the fertilizer
at the rate of one pound for
each inch of the trunk dia-
meter. If your palm is so small
that it doesn't have a woody
trunk yet, apply from two to
eight ounces of fertilizer. This
mixture can be broadcast
under the trees canopy.
In addition to these fertili-
zeirs, which provide the major
plant nutrient, all landscape
plants can benefit from an
application of minor element
mixture. Many of the all-
purpose fertilizer already con-
tains these minor elements. if
not, you'll need to add them.
You can do this by using an
all-purpose minor element
mix, such as perk, or you can
add the individual elements
that are needed. These usually
include magnesium sulfate,
sulfur and iron sulfate. The
all-purpose mixes are more
convenient to use, but they
also are more expensive.
Whatever the method you
choose for adding minor ele-
ments, always follow the
manufacturer's recommend-
ed rates of application.
Since iron deficiency is a
very common problem in
Florida, you may want to
include a chelated (key-lat-
ed) iron in your spring fertili-
zer program. Mix one ounce
of 12 percent chelated iron in
25 gallons of water. This will
clear up an iron deficiency in
100 square feet of your land-
scape.
It's quite common in Florida
for the soil pH to be too high,
causing the minor elements to
be tied up in forms that are
unavailable to plants. Sulfur
or iron sulfate can be used to
lower the pH of alkaline soils.


Officers for 1980-81 were
installed at the May 13 meet-
ing of the Sea Oats and Dunes
Garden Club, held at Mexico
Beach Chamber of Commerce
Building. Installing officer,
Club advisor Ruth Nance,
presented flowers to each
officer signifying that lady's
role in the Club. Installed
were: President Louise Kessel
(incumbent); Jeanne Schan-
back, first Vice President;
Machine Pitts, second Vice
President; Rella Wexler (in-
cumbent) secretary; and
Louise Schweikert (incum-
bent), treasurer.
A check for $25 was pre-
sented to Dick Walker, Chief
of the Mexico Beach Volunteer
Fire Department.
Louise Kessel reported on
her attendance at the Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs
Convention at Lake Buena
Vista, earlier in the month.
A report was given by Rella
Wexler on the Wildlife Refuge
trip taken by members and
rs guests to St. Vincent Island.
Fannie Clement reported
the completion of planting
around the Chamber of Corn-
mire, Debbie Beasley, Robin merce building.
Tim Ard, Randy Haddock, Seth A delicious covered dish
nes, Patrick McFarland, Keith luncheon was enjoyed by
m Sanborn is not pictured. members and guests, includ-
--Star photo ing some Port St. Joe Garden
Club members.


Senior Citizens


Plan Picnic


Gulf County's Senior Citi-
zens will enjoy their annual
picnic tomorrow at 11:00 a.m.,
at the Dead Lakes State
Recreation area two miles
north of Wewahitchka on State
Road 71.
Any county resident, 60
years of age or older, is
invited and encouraged to
come.
The menu will consist of
barbecued chicken, potato
salad, baked beans, dessert


and drinks.
In case of rain, the picnic
will be held in the Community
Center in Wewahitchka.
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Sunlight penetrates
the ocean to a depth
of about 600 feet.


itt4


Left to right: Ruth Nance, club advisor, installing
officer; Louise Kessel, president; Fannie Clement, stand-in
for Jeanne Schanback, first vice-president; Maxine Pitts,
second vice-president; Rella Wexler, secretary and Louise
Schweikert, treasurer (in rear).
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| The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 GARRISON AVE. PORT ST. JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL ................... 9:45 AM
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:OOAM
EVENINGWORSHIP ................. 7:00 PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT.................. 7:00 PM




First

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

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


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PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1980


Horseshoe Crab Experiment Underway In


Bay; Monetary Reward for Returning Tags


The ancient horseshoe crab is rapidly becoming very

MEXICO BEACH BRANCH

The Church of Jesus Christ |
of matter Day Saints I
Union Hall -6th St.- Port St. Joe
) SACRAMENT METTING............... 10to11A.M. .
SUNDAY SCHOOL ................ 11:20tol12Noon
PRIMARY ........................... 11:20tol P.M. .
SRelief Society,
Priesthood Young Women ............ 12:10 to I P.M.



NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
14 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL .................... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................ 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................. 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


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Gloves

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Baseballs

Bats

Caps
and all the accessories
for baseball and softball


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popular with American drug
manufacturers, but this same
popularity could spell its de-
mise.
This is the question which
Dr. Ann Rudloe has been
charged with answering by
the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration, which has
given the FSU biologist $30,000
to study the situation.
The reason for the concern
was due to the demand for the
creature's bright blue blood
and its use as a testing
material by pharmaceutical
companies in detecting power-
ful fever-causing bacteria in
medicines. The big question is
the mortality rate of the
horseshoe crab after it is bled.
On April 27, Dr. Rudloe


started what is to be a
six-week program to deter-
mine what effects the bleeding
method does have on the crab,
right here in St. Joseph Bay.
The bleeding method entails
draining all of the blood from
the horseshoe crab then re-
turning it to the bay.
The research process en-
compasses collecting some
10,300 horseshoe crabs in St.
Joseph Bay, bleeding and
tagging them, then returning
them to the bay. The crabs
were acquired by the research
team catching them and
through the cooperation of
local commercial fishing
fleets. They are then placed in
a holding pen in the bay,
capable of holding some 1,600
!.


crabs.
The crabs are tagged with a
number tag containing, in
code, such things as where
they were caught, sex, whe-
ther they were bled or not bled
and where they were released.
Only fifty percent of the
crabs are being bled, so there
will be some comparison to
measure the rate of mortality
by. Of the crabs bled, each will
release 100 to 200 milliliters of
blood, or about a cup full.
The blood collected is being
donated to several chemical
companies and schools doing
studies with the blood. Places
such as the University of
Texas, Duke Marine Lab,
Johns Hopkins, Oregon State
University.are all using the


pr


Edna Wilson is shown as she checks on the blood being
drawn from horseshoe crabs.

Pam Coney Named

As Distinguished Student
Pamela Loraine Coney has
been formally named to ap-
pear in the National Honor
Roll Chapter of The Society of
Distinguished American High
School Students as a Repre-
sentative of Port St. Joe High
School. In addition to Pam-
ela's biography appearing in
the Society's Membership
Registry, she willbe further
honored by being listed among
I PI CeSf H11 percent of the most out-
standing members in the


special National Honor Roll
section.
Since 1968, this is only the
second year the Society has
elected to extend this award.
To qualify, students must
maintain exceptionally high
academic averages, rank top
in their class, demonstrate
superiority on college en-
trance tests and participate in
a significant number of extra-
curricular, service of civic-
oriented activities.

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As an enlistment incentive,
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up to $2,000 toward college. To
this amount, add the $4,000 or
more you can earn during college,
serving just a weekend a month
and two weeks a year. Your total:
over $6,000. Enough to pay for a
full year, or longer, at most col-
leges. For details, call your Army
Representative, in the Yellow
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Ann Rudloe, FSU biologist, is shown tagging a horseshoe crab. A monetary reward has
been placed on the tags, for those who return them. -Star photos
blood for many types of actively involved in many tags. Most are worth $1.00,
research, including cancer environmental projects. some are worth $50.00 and one
research. Dr. Rudloe said it would
The research team proce- probably be in the fall of this tag will pay $100.00 to the
ses between 400 and 500 crabs year before some idea of the finder.
daily, or about 2,000 per week. success of the project would The tags may be returned to
To date, they have processed be determined, the address on the tag, taken
some 8,000 crabs of the 10,300 The key to the entire project to Presnell's Fish Camp on
they will process. Seventy-five depends on the public return- SR30A or The Star Publishing
percent of these are released ing, the tags found on the Company, 306 Williams Ave.
in the grass beds off St. Joseph horseshoe crabs when and if
Bay. The other 25 percent will they should happen across As an afterthought, Dr.
be released in deeper parts of one. To add an incentive to Rudloe pointed out the tagging
the bay. return the tags other than the program would also teach
Many of the workers are obvious incentive to aid in much about the migration
from a Boston-based group medical research, a monetary habits of the 200 million year
called Earth Watch. who get value has been placed on the old species.


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In a battle of overtime
between brothers, Kirk Par-
ker edged out his brother,
Dennis in extra holes to take
the C. W. Roberts Invitational
Golf Tournament Sunday af-
ternoon. Parker's victory
made him the first man ever
to win the Roberts Invitational
* more than once.
Kirk also won the same
tournament last year at the St.
Joseph Bay Country Club.
Both Parker brothers fin-
ished the tournament round of
36 holes with a 152. Kirk sank a
birdie putt on the second
play-off hole to nose out his
brother, who ended up in
second place.
Wayne Ernst had low net for
the championship flight, with
Tim Parker second in this


category.
Winners in the four flights in
the tournament were as fol-
lows:
First flight, Ashley Costin,
first; Jay White, second;.
Jim Harrison, third and W. L.
Bailey, fourth.
Second flight saw Ras Hill
finishing first; Vic Hamilton,
second; Ken Wright, third and
Wendell Campbell, fourth.
Bill Watson took first place
in third flight with Fred.
Fitzgerald, second; Milt An-
derson, third and Ralph Shi-
rah, fourth.
In the fourth flight, first
place went to Jook Patrenos;
Bill Altstaetter, second;
James Gunter, third and Cecil
Costin, Jr., fourth.


Bowling


New.


Results from the Thursday /
Night Ladies League for the
week of May 22 are as follows:
On lanes one and two Pepsi mate Mary Whitfield had a 173
Cola won three from the Alley game. Carolyn Wright had
Kats. Diane Whitfield's 168 a nice 201 game and 506 series
game and 454 series was high for the Sand Pipers.
for Pepsi. Toby Gray had a 156
game and team mate Eleanor Standing W.... L..
Williams also rolled a 156 H.V. Motors 90 18
game and 424 series for the Sand Pipers 71 37
Kats. Murphy's 65 43
On lanes three and four Pepsi Cola 64 44
Murphy's came out with three Alley Kats 58 50
wins from Renfro. Janet Mur- Renfro 45 63
phy's 162 game and 435 series Surefoots 32% 751/
was high for Murphy's. On Royal Flush 6% 101%
Renfro Lajuan Pogue and
Trudy Pate both had a 144
game and Trudy had high Elijah Smiley
series with a 409.
The Surefoots swept four Is BSU President
from Royal Flush on lanes five
and six. Eva Hogue had a 171 Elijah Smiley, of Port St.
game and 446 series for the Joe, was elected president of
Surefoots. Doris Powell had a' the Black Student Union of
nice 156 game, 61 pins over her Florida State University last
95 average for the Royal week.
Flush. Smiley won his election for a
Sand Pipers lost four to second term at the post by 52
Highland View Motors on votes.,
lanes seven and eight. Bertha Smiley received 322 votes
, Clayton rolled a 193 game and while his opponent, Tim Flor-
526 series for HVM. Team ence, polled 270.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1980 PAGE SEVEN


Sharks Participating In


Spring Football Jamboree


Port St. Joe's Sharks will
participate in their spring
football jamboree Friday
night in Marianna. The game
will be a six quarter contest,


beginning at 8:00 p.m., Port
St. Joe time. Admission will be
$2.00 for adults and $1.00 for
students.
Participating in the jam-


Baseball Camp Is

Slated This Summer


I
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The Mike Martin Baseball
Camp will return to Port St.
Joe June 9 through 13.
The camp is designed for the
purpose of giving individual
instruction to the many young
baseball players in this area.
The youngsters will receive
individual coaching and in-
structions.

Beaches VFD

Sets Auction
The Gulf County beaches
,, Volunteer Fire department
has postponed its auction until
July.
The department will be
holding a yard sale on June 21
on the lot between Union 76
and The Hickory House Res-
taurant on Highway 98 in
downtown Port St. Joe.
..The firemen are accepting
donations of every nature for
~ the sale.
For pick-up of any donations
Jim Clement, tournament chairman, Parker, right. They were winners of the C. W. call 648-5044, 648-5232, 648-8949
presents the first place trophy to Kirk Parker, Roberts Invitational Tournament held last or 648-5024. Your donations
center and second place trophy to Dennis weekend. -star photo will be greatly appreciated.



Bass To be Re-stocked


In Apalachicola
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife As a result of the effort site. Fish hal
Service began a multi- exerted by 55 striped bass Jim Maxwell
phased study on the rapidly fishermen during the Lake the eggs hav
vanishing race of Gulf of Seminole and Apalachicola about 100,000
Mexico striped bass in the River Striper Tournament be available
Apalachicola River in Nov- held November 3 and 4, mid-June.
,ember, 1979..The purpose of 1979, U.S. Fish.and Wildlife The U.S. Fi
'this project was first to Service biologists were able Service plans
verify the existence of this to verify their existence in portion of thl
southern race of striped Apalachicola River. Edouard
bass, once common in the Crateau, Project Leader at
Gulf of Mexico waters from the Service's Panama City,
Louisiana to Florida, in the Florida field office and two
Apalachicola River. If these staff biologists, Pledger
striped bass were found, the Moon and Charles Wooley,
Apalachicola River. If these checked the catch turned in
next phase called for the by successful tournament en- Tv
capture of several pair in an trants. Twenty-one fish were
attempt to artificially spawn turned in during the tourna- Pc
these fish in a service hatch- ment and three were found
ery and to maintain a por- to be Gulf Race Striped
tion of the developing finger- bass.
lings for future broodstock. ,', 1


The U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service began the second
phase, in what turned out to
be an exhaustive attempt to
capture a spawning pair of
Gulf Race striped bass,
shortly after the November
striper tournament. The col-
lection began the first week
of December and continued
through the first week of
May.
Three Service biologists
devoted long hours, often
fighting foul weather and a
raging Apalachicola River in
what they felt may be a last
chance to capture this van-
ishing race of striped bass.
Project Leader Crateau
stated that he and staff
biologists Moon and Wooely
were on the river each
morning for the past three
months before sunrise
searching for a pair of ma-
ture gulf race striper. Pro-
ject Leader Edouard Cra-
teau stated that during flood
stages, when all launching
area were under water they
often unloaded their boat,
weighing more than a ton, in
a deep ditch along the side
of a flooded road leading to
the launching ramp. Often
water ran through the cab of
their truck, as they were
more than 100 yard from
land. Once the boat was
launched they faced a river
at flood stage. Working di-
rectly in front of Jim Wood-
ruff Dam, where there the
fish tend to congregate, the
biologists utilized an electro-
fishing device which tempo-
rarily stuns the fish. Many
times their boat hit the dam
violently while attempting to
locate fish. "We broke about
every piece of equipment we
had and made emergency
repairs on the spot so we
could finish the day's
search." Mr. Crateau stated.
"At the end of the day, we
put things back together a-
gain."
Their efforts and persis-
tence paid off and on April
30, 1980, a pair of striped
bass were brought to the
Welaka National Fish Hatch-
ery located approximately
300 miles from the collecting


River


tchery manager
I reported that
ve hatched and
fingerlings will
for stocking by
ish and Wildlife
to maintain a
iese fingerlings


at four different Service
Hatcheries and also stock
some back into the Apalachi-
cola River. Hopefully this
will be the beginning of a
program which will again
see Gulf of Mexico Coastal
rivers teeming with this
highly prized fish.


Registration is limited to
ages seven through twelve
only. The camp will be under
the direction of Jerry Lewter
who will be assisted by Kesley
Colbert and Jim Belin.
In addition to individual
instructions, intra squad
games are scheduled each
day.
Information on the camp
has been passed out at each
elementary school in Gulf
County, for additional infor-
mation call Jerry Lewter at
227-1873.

INITIATED INTO
AUBURN FRATERNITY
Lee Ellzey was recently
initiated into Kappa Chapter
of Delta Sigma Phi at Auburn
University, Auburn, Alabama.
Upon completion of his pledge-
ship, Lee was voted outstand-
ing pledge, Spring 1980, by the
fraternity. This honor is given
to the pledge who best exem-
plifies the qualities of Delta
Sigma Phi. Lee is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ellzey, 808
16th Street.


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town, Wewahitchka and Boni-
fay.
The Sharks will be meeting
Wewahitchka in the third
period and Marianna in the
fifth period.
Port St. Joe fans will be
seated in the west stands of
the stadium.


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Traffic

Deaths Up

In State
The final traffic fatality
count, 1979 on Florida high-
ways is 2,635 said the Florida
Highway Patrol today.
Colonel Eldrige Beach, Pa-
trol director said, "Traffic
deaths were up 14.3 percent in
1979 as compared to 1978. In
fact, the 1979 traffic death
total was only 27 fewer than
the all-time high of 2,662 in
1973 which was the year
before the speed limit was
lowered to 55 miles per hour."
Records show that traffic
deaths went down to 2,015 in


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1980 .


VFW Gives

Essay

Awards
The John C. Gainous VFW
Post 10069, presented awards
in special ceremonies, to the
winners of their post-sponsor-
ed Voice of Democracy essay
contest.
Receiving the first place
award was Jack Kerigan.
Other winners included, Steve
Hughes, second place and
Leslie Costin, third place.
Commander Merle T. Low-
ery of the 17th District,
presented the awards, pre-
senting Kerigan a $50.00 Sav-
ings Bond as his first prize.
Kerigan also came in third
in district competition and
sixth on the state level.
Commander Robert D.
Young and Commander-elect
George S. Coody, also pre-
sented awards to the faculty
advisers in the contest, Kesley
Colbert, Mrs. Lewana Patter-
son and Mrs. Barbara Shirley.


1976 but has steadily climbed
since. Also, in 1976 Florida had
an all-time low mileage death
rate of 3.1. However, by 1979,
it had climbed to 3.5. This
figure indicates the number of
deaths per 100 million vehicle
miles traveled.
As of May 13, 1980, traffic
deaths for'the current year
totaled 969, eight more than
for the same period last year.
Beach concluded by saying,
"We cannot continue to drive
as we have in the past. All
drivers must take stock of
their driving habits."


Road Building


(Continued from Page 1)
negotiations, has failed to get
the land owners to agree to
give the necessary right of
way for the proposed paving.
The road, known in the
Wewahitchka area as the John
Dill Road, doesn't have the
necessary right of way for
paving and ditching purposes.
Jasper Burton, objected
to the Board dropping the
road from the paving list,
accusing the Board of not
expending enough effort to get
the necessary rights of way.
Commissioner Gortman re-
minded him, "You or nobody
else out of your camp (at the
end of the road) has helped to
get easements. You had more
to gain from the road being
paved than anybody. We have
worked harder. on getting
rights of way for this road
than any other in the county,
all to no avail."
Chairman Birmingham
echoed Gortman's statement,
advising Burton that the
Board had been working for
the past 12 years to get the
rights of way, but have been
unable to change the minds of


Singing
The Gateway Quartet from
Southeastern Bible College,
Birmingham, Ala., will per-
form Tuesday, June 3 at 7:30
at the Beach Baptist Chapel.
The church family extends
an invitation to anyone who
enjoys good old fashioned
quartet music to attend.


some of the property owners.
Birmingham told Burton,
"We have until the time of the
pre-construction conference
Monday before this project
must be struck. We will
provide you with a copy of the


easements tomorrow and let
you try your luck at getting
the necessary easement sign-
ed. If we can't get the right of
way, we can't pave, and we
haven't been able to get this
right of way after repeated
attempts."
Roads to be paved under the
latest contract are mostly
located in the north Gulf
County area, while the re-sur-
facing projects let two weeks
were mostly in the south end
of the county.


Graduates


(Continued front Page 1)
ory Bowens, Drexel Thane
Garland.
Pinkie Vonice Bolden, Fred-
erick Emil Buskens, Christo-
pher Deleon Alexander, Mark
Randall Moore, Darlene Kay
Ambrose, Evelyn Joyce
Sweet, Cynthia Dawn Win-
gate, Charles Anthony Gath-
ers, George Thomas Wright,
Jr., Gwindlyn Rose Silvia,
Armonde Gastone Harris.
James Clenton Brownell,
Lynda Dianne Graham,
James Marvin Sewell, Audrey
Maxine McPherson, Jeffery
Allen Shearer, Ruby Louise
Mclnnis, Joseph Wayne Raf-
field, Fred Russell Carr, Jon
Eric Clenney, Ronald Erwin
Minger.
Steve Edward Walker, Mel-
vin Thomas Nachtsheim, Shei-
la Diane Scott, Rosa Lavon
Williams, Jerry Todd Shores,
Frank Douglas May, Jeffery
David Hinote, Larry Eugene
Rich, Frederick Wayne Tay-
lor, Jr., Ronald William Mil-
ler, William Jeffery Wood,
Kari Ellen Harper, Henry
Kins Stallworth, Jr., Stephen
Terrell Gibbs, Pamela Lo-
raine Coney.
Freddie Woullard. Jr.. Ste-


ven Conrad Peak, Ralph Jef-
fery Walton, Bernard Olynn
Wester, Jr., Carl Wade Fox,
Kenneth Mason, Jackie Dean
Strayer, Andrea Leta Bush,
Hal Mitchell Lewis, Jessie
William Howard, Jr.
Loree Lynn Register, Sharie
Dee Mims, Linda Elizabeth
Hanlon, Susan Porter Watts,
Laura Elizabeth Burnette,
Melissa Bernice Laramore,
Guy Eugene Sweazy, Andreal
Garratte Hamilton, Mark
Scott Watts, Charles Wayne
Alsobrook, Casteldera Gant,
Michael Lee Harris, Darrell
Gene Brown.
Kenneth Harvey Thomas,
Margaret Victoria Deeson,
Lisa Ann Fadio, Kathryn
Elzona Yates, Clara Renay
Allen, Clinton Earl Walker,
Gwendolyn Delores Calvin,
Cynthis Darlene Williams,
Elizabeth Darlene Williams,
Gregory Sam Jones.
Johnny Christopher Bryant,
Sherri Raffield Cross, Jerry
Wayne Clift, Kenneth Eugene
Parker, Gwendolyn Yvonne
Sims, Tonya Dale Smith,
Johnny Thomas Stansel, Lo-
retta Floranda Walker, Rocky
Jordan Williams.


satisfactorily, advertise for a Motors f6r expenses incurred
new chasses for the vehicle during the past year of trying
and enter suit against General to get the vehicle repaired. 0


The paving projects under
the latest contract, include:
Canning Drive, from .S.R.
22A for a distance of 2,837.37
feet.
Sesame Street, from River
Road to Canning Drive.
Catalpa Avenue, from Dairy
Road to Tupelo Avenue.
Pine Ridge Subdivision, in-
cluding Hill, Hunter and Mar-
tin Streets.
Juniper Avenue, from 22nd
Street to 20th Street.
21st Street, from Long Ave-
nue to Cypress Avenue.
Indian Pass Road, construc-
tion of a new concrete bridge.
Stone Mill Creek Road, from
S.R. 71, easterly for 6,682.71
feet.
Williamsburg Subdivision,
including Williams, West and
North Streets.
John Dill Road, from S.R.
71, southeasterly for 5,700 feet
(probable).
Burgess Creek Road, from
C-381 easterly for 2,256.26 feet.
Projects which may be
added to the program with the
extra money remaining after
the bids were called for may
include West Lakeview Drive,
East Lakeview Drive and
Pinecrest Drive in Lands
Subdivision and Americus
Avenue at St. Joe Beach.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business, the Com-
mission:
-Heard an annual report
from the Apalachee Regional
Planning Council and its activ-
ities for Gulf County.
-Agreed to allow dog fly
spraying in the county.
-Heard a request from the
Sheriff's Department to repair
or replace the air conditioning
in the office.
-Agreed to pick up the
ailing new Wewahitchka am-
bulance from the repair shop,
where it has been for the last
month and if it is not operating


"Farmer" Peak


Eddie Peak had stupendous luck in growing rutabagas
this year. Peak brought in this 15 pound fruit of his labors,
which he grew in his garden at 108 Sixth Street in Highland
View. He picked only one at a time for dinner.
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Letters from Leonard


Good news from the House.
'My bill pertaining to Murphy
Act Lands passed the House
Thursday on a vote of 118 to 0.
I am pleased this bill passed
so overwhelmingly.
During an all-day session on
Thursday, we worked on the
lengthy supplemental approp-
riations bill.
It is a difficult task spread-
ing around the budget surplus
because each of the 120 House
members has his own idea


as to where the money is most
needed. .
The appropriations commit-
tee offered the following in
supplemental funding:
Education: Fla. Education-
al Funding Program, $69
million; K-3 Improvement
Program, $44 million; and
Purchase of School Buses, $12
.million.
Transportation: General
Revenue, $46 million; and
Loan (for road resurfacing),


$30 million. In addition to
these requested appropriat-
ions in the bill, there are about
27 amendments that have
been offered.
Another milestone was
reached in Thursday's session
when we voted to raise the
legal drinking age to 19. The
Governor has agreed to sign
the bill once it reaches his
desk.
House Bill 161- Raises the
legal drinking age from 18


The City of Port St. Joe will
again sponsor a comprehen-
sive Recreation Program for
the youth as well as adults this
summer beginning Monday,
June 16. The major sites for
the summer play activities will
be the Stac House on 8th
Street, under the supervision
of Mrs. Louise Parker; the
Washinton High Gym, where
Clarence Monette will again
direct a varied number of
activities; and the 16th Street
Golf Course where Billy Bar-
low will offer beginning in-
structions and individual les-
sons for youth and adults.


The tentative schedule
the 16th Street Golf C
operation will be from
until 12:00 noon and from
until 4:30 p.m. Those who
beginners are urged to c
from 8:30 until 12:00 n
Special golf instructions
be obtained by coming by
16th Street facility and i
ing an appointment or
calling Billy at 229-8074. I
time schedules are not
venient for those who wii
improve their game, o
arrangements can be m
All clubs, balls and


Rep. Leonard Hall


years of age to 19 years of age.
Persons 18 years-old and older
may serve and sell alcoholic
beverages but not consume
these beverages. Passed.
House Bill 540 Provides for
a period of silent prayer or
meditation each morning be-
fore students start their school
day. Passed.
House Resolution 1704 The
House of Representatives,
honored Mr. Paul Brent of
Panama City, for his pre-
sentation of a wildlife painting


to the House Art Collection.
Mr. Brent is a well-known
regional artist whose water
colors depicting Florida wild-
life and nature are on display
throughout the country and
the world.
House Bill 952 Licensed
Funeral Directors who have
completed a course in eye
enucleation are allowed to
remove eyes for eye 'banks.
Certification may come from
the Department of Ophtha-
mology of the University of


Gets Under Way Monday, June 16


Program

for pointers are free of charge. through
course There will also be tennis Schedu
8:30 participation and instructions Gym a
1:00 available. This part of the June
o are program will close on July 25, Stac
come '1980., begin
ioon. Washington High Gym ac- direct
may tivites will be patterned after er and
y the last years successful pro- vised
mak- gram. Mr. Monette has pro- such
r by gramed tennis, basketball, checked
f the ping-pong, softball and other will
con- small table games and hopes through
sh to to offer instructions in ceram- 9:00 p
other ics. Beach trips are tentative are 2:
ade. at this time, dependent upon school
availability of funds and from
golf transportation. Activities will grade
be -supervised Monday 9:00 p


Offered


gh Friday 8:30-4:30.
lies will be posted at the
nd the program will run
16 through August 1.
House activities will
on June 16 under the
on of Mrs. Louise Park-
1 two assistants. Super-
recreational activities
as ping-pong, pool,
ers, cards, chess, etc.
be offered Monday
,h Thursday from 2:00-
.m. Friday night hours
00-10:00. Elementary
1 children are invited
2:00-5:00 p.m. Seventh
and up may stay until
p.m. Monday through


Thursday and on Fridays until
10:00 p.m. Stac House activi-
ties will run through August
22.
Plans are "in the making"
for a fishing rodeo as well as
several field trips that will be
of great interest to all the
participants in the program.
The City of Port St. Joe
offers this year's program for
the youth at no charge. It is a
great opportunity for an en-
joyable fellowship among old
friends as well as make new
ones. Parents are encouraged
to come by and visit and ob-
serve these activities in pro-
gress.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1980 PAGE NINE
w


South Florida School of Medi-
cine or others authorized to do
so. Passed.
House Bill 1431 Provides
that it is such an unfair
method or practice to require
an additional premium for, or
to refuse to renew compre-
hensive or uninsured motorist
coverage solely because the
insured was involved in an
automobile accident or con-
victed of a moving traffic
violation. Passed.


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


We are HERE to Service What We Sell


Apply for Hunt


Permits Early
If you are one of the many This year, don't wait until
Florida hunters who apply for July. Applications for special
a special quota hunt permit quota hunt permits will be
each July, the Game and accepted beginning June 2, the
Fresh Water Fish Commission same date as applications for
has some news for you. regular quota permits.
"This change in date is due
to the new antlerless deer
able for certain wildlife man-
agement areas for the first
time this year," said Fred
Stanberry, director, of the
Commission's of Wildlife.
Special quota applications
are available from any re-
5 gional office or the Tallahas-
see office of the Commission.
r A Regular quota permit appli-
cations are available from any
county tax collector's office or
their subagents.
In order to be eligible for a
permit to hunt antlerless deer
on ten selected wildlife man-
agement areas, hunters must
BOB & PAT ALONZO have applied for, and re-
ceived, a regular or special
Carpets Are for quota permit byAugust 8 for
the specific hunt involved.
Apa tinenti s Too! Those hunters who have re-
ceived a permit by that date
Do you rent an apart- will be included in a random
meant? Well why go to the drawing for the antlerless
expense of buying carpets permits.
or rugs, especially if this In addition to the change in
apartment is only a tempo- the date when special quota
rary dwelling place? applications will be received,
If you live in an apart- Stanberry explained another
ment building, then you change, this time concerning
know how necessary a resident hunters 65 years of
carpeted floor can be. age or over.


Carpets and rugs cut down
noise, maintain heat, and
prevent payment for dam-
age to floors when you
Move.
Carpets and rugs are
easily installed, and.can be
removed and transported
from dwelling to dwelling
with very little difficulty. If
you rent, check with us. We
can suggest inexpensive
carpets or rugs that are
perfect for your apart-
ment.' Why sacrifice style
or comfort because you
rent? We can help you
make an apartment a
home.






of Port St. Joe
204 MONUMENT AVE.
PHONE 227-1199


Last year, resident hunters
in that age category did not
have to apply for a regular or
special quota permit in order
to take part in any special
hunt or hunt on a wildlife
management area during the
first nine days of the hunting
season.
This year, if a resident
hunter 65 years of ager over
wishes to be considered for an
antlerless deer permit, he
must apply for the appropri-
ate regular or special quota
permit for the specific hunt he
wishes.
"In order to apply, either
purchase a wildlife manage-
ment area stamp or those
residents 65 or over may
obtain a free senior citizen
certificate from the county tax
collector. If a senior citizen
certificate is used, the certifi-
cate number must be written
in the space provided on the
application form for the man-
agement area stamp tab,"
Stanberry explained.


FARM BUREAU


Insurance


VCompanies


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


Recreation


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friends
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:45A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICES ..... 11:00 A.M. &7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ......... 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .... 7:30 P.M.
Nursery Provided BRO. JERRY REGISTER


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PAGE TEN


NOTICE OFTAX SALE

pusuanttoChapter 17.062, Florida Statutes, notice is hereby given
thea 30th day of May,1960, at 2:00 P.L, E.D.T., TAX SALE CERTIFCA
soldon the following described lands to pay the amount due for taxes
qppte be same, together with a costs of sichb sale and all advertisi
held at the Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Gulf County, Floric
WHIrTIELO ACRES SUROIVISION P
S NWI/4 OF Swi/4 UF SECTION
;. S TWP 7 S R WEST
--CALHOUN GCOkRGE We FT UX a
'IOK 6 WHITFIELO ACHES SUBDIVISION
LOT 5.e LESS LCT 75 BY 210 FT. TU
EVERITT REC'O RJB 23/999
WHITFIELD ACRES SECOND AOOITION
TO HOWARD CREEK
--HR.djOON JULIUS U.
J.K 2 WHiTF'ICLO ACRES SECUNO A3OITION
LT 2
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES UNIT NO.
2 IN SECTION 8 T 8 R 8 WEST
CONTAINING 28681 ACRES IN THE
NW COR. OF SECTION 8 UNRECORDED
5.. 7 S-GRIFFIN ESTELLE EST. C/O I
.EGIN AT THE SE COR. OF THE 5S1/4
OF SECT. LINE TH. RUN 416.34 FT*
THe RUN N 525.14 FT* THe RUN
EAST 146*34 FT* TH. RUN S HACK TO
THE PUB
MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO* 1
SWI/4 OF SEI/4 OF SECTION 5/7/8
--SAILEY ANDREE F. e
BLK 1 MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. I
LOT 4
MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
S'W/4 OF SE1/4 OF SECTION 5/7/8
--HOLMES JOSEPH DALTON U
BLK.2 MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
LOT 4
KENTUCKEY LANDING SUDO.
,;. UNIT NO. 1 IN SECTION 9/4/9
--MILLS EWELL'H". #
BLK I KENTUCKEY LANDING SUBO.
.. S .75 FT. OF LOT 2
-:-. RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. 1 SECTION 30/4/9
;.- --ODUCHENE KENNETH A. ET AL a
OtK D RED 9ULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO* I
LOT 4 ORB 7b/1031
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
-. UNIT NO. 2 SECTION 30 T 4 R 9
--BFNNETT STEPHEN f
BL, 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 SURD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 5
--CARPENTER A. A. a
BLK 0 RED BULL ISLAND SURD* UNIT NO. 2
LOT 6
--CARPENTER A. A. a
BLK D RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 7
--VEAL EDWARD DAN ET UX a
BLK'F RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
""- ~LOTS 4. 5.
--RAGAN GERALD E. ET UX a
BLK H RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 6
--RAGAN GERALD E. ET UX a
BLK H RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 7
--STRICKLAND Go W. & LOIS .
q K RED BULL ISLAND SUBD* UNIT..NO. 2.
LOT 16
--BEATTY ROBERT H. ET UX a
"LK L RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 22
--BUTLER WALTON a
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
I ACRES ADJOINING LOT 18
IN eS.o GUV'T LOT 2 FRACTLe
SECTION 30 T 4 SOUTH RANGE 9 WEST
.. GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
--3AKER JAMES Ge.
dLK A RED HULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 2
--LEHMAN LARRY .We
BLK A RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT J
--CLAYTON & LE SUER CONST. CO*.
ULK F RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 7
: --CLAYTON & LE SUER CONST. CO. o
BLK f- RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 8
--HUTCHINS VIVIAN Re.
SLK Y RED DULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 7
--HUTCHINS VIVIAN Re.
BLK Y RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 8
--HUTCHINS VIVIAN Re.
BLK Y RED DULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 9
COCHRAN LANDING PROPERTY
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION BY PARKER
31 4 9-DUNCAN ROBERT ET UX a
JONES BEING A'LOT 175 FT. BY 200
31 4 9-BROOKS ALBERT Me ET UX a
SREC'D ORB 76/265 THE CHARLES
20- 5 9-THOMAS GEORGE L. & BILLIE F. a
REC'. ORB 72/138 FR. KYSER LYING
IN THE SE1/4 OF SW1/4 OF |CT.
20 T 5 R 9
20 5 9-COKER ROY F. a
S"- REC'D ORB 73/663 FR. STEWART
100 BY 100 FT.
20 5 9-MAYHANN BILLY JOE ET UX a
"' REC'D ORB 71/639 FROM FOSTER
... A STRIP OF LAND IN THE NEC OF
NWI/4 OF SW1/4 OF SECT 20
RIVERSIDE PARK SUBDIVISION
-- CORRECTIVE REPLAT UNIT NO. I1
BY JOE T. LAND IN SECTION 31 T 4
RANGE 9 WEST. GULF COUNTY, FLA.
--RHAMES JOHN H. a
BLK 3 RIVERSIDE PARK SUBD. UNIT NO 1
LOT 4
S --ANDERSON HUBERT Le ET UX a
BLK 8 RIVERSIDE PARK SUB. UNIT NO 1I
LOTS I. 2*


--LEDFORD S. R. a
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 I
BY JOE T LAND SECT 36/3/10
--CAUSEY HARTFORD a
BLK-8 TWIN LAKES SU0D. UNIT NO. 1
LOT 1
--CAUSEY HARTFORD LAMAR
8LK 8 TWIN LAKES SUBD. UNIT NO. 1
LOT 2
--FORTNER CHARLES .
BLK 13 TWIN LAKES SUBD. UNIT NO 1
LOT 18
TWIN LAKES SUBDIVISION UNIT NO* 3
: BY JOE To LAND UNRECORDED


32 5 9-LORTON GEORGE & E. We YAND
ORB 17/1052 FROM PIPPIN
DALKEITH SUBDe UNRECORDED IN
SECTION 32 T 5 R 9 WEST GULF CO*
33 5 9-YAND Ee W. ET UX
thatFriday, ORB 16/703 FROM BYRD
ATESwilbe 33 5 9-YAND Ee We ET UX
s herin s REC'D ORB 61/1093 FROM BABB
ig. Sale.tobe AND ORB 71/936 FROM TYRE
la. 36 3 10-STEWART MAGDALENE DOUGLAS
IN ORIG. LOT 7 FROM MC DANIEL
REC'D ORB 72/571
36 3 10-STEWART MAGDALENE DOUGLAS
194 255.50 FT. BY 170.49 FT. REC'D
4.50so ORB 72/571 FROM MC DANIEL
RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBDIVISION BY
GASKIN BROTHERS LUMBER CO.
BEING IN SECTION 16/4/9
--CARTER JOHN We
214 SLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBDIVISION
%7.35 N1/2 OF LOT 3
--CARTER JOHN WESLEY
8LK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LOT 17
RIVERSIDE ESTATES UNIT NOe J BY
GASKIN BROTHERS LUMBER COMPANY
337 BEING IN SECTION 16/4/9
$23e33 --JONES qRWIN
BLK 2 RIVERSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO* 3

LOT 11
CENTRAL LANDING SUBDIVISION
BEING IN SECT 36/3/10
3 4 10-BRYANT WADE
REC'D ORB 62/15 FRe MERRITT
34 4 4 10-BRYANT RICHARD HARVEY
V 30.42 ORB 75/417 BEING KNOWN AS TRACT
3 0e 3 OF AREA G OF STONE MILL
CREEK ACRES AN UNRECORDED PLAT
LAKEHEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
354 UNIT NO I SECT 14/4/10
S56.39 13 4 10-WHIPPLE ALLEN
A LUT 100 FT RY 150 FT. IN
THE SE CORe OF ULUE GATOR TRACT
15 4 10-MYERS WILLIe EST*
478 LOT 23 ORANGE ACRES, LESS SOLD
969.32 OFF LOT 100 BY 150 FT. NORTH OF
JAMES MYERS
23 4 10-LOLLIE LARLINF.
BEGIN AT NEC OF W1/2 OF SWI/4 OF
585.080 NWI/4 & RUN W 50 FT. TH N 100 FT.
ml8080 TO THE BEG*


615.010.
S22.05

616.040
$ ,6.34

616.050
$22.05

616.060
S22.05-

616.070
$22.05

617.040
416.77

618.060
S22.05

618.070
$22.05

621.040
$33.50

624.0'50
$22.05

627e020


23 4 10-BAXTER MRS. ROSIE EST X Le C.
LOT 60 BY 151 FT ORB 10/135
23 4 10-DICK EMMA & ASBERRY
LOT KNOWN AS MORT MCKINNON LOT
C* L. MORGAN ADU TO THE CITY OF
WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA ALL CITY
SECTION 23/4/10 NE1/4 OF NEl/4 UF
NE1/4
23 4 10-FISHER CEAPHOUS
ORO 7/578 75 FT BY 151 PFT LOT
23 4 10-QUINN BILLY C.
RECORDED IN ORB 10/97
23 4 10-SRITT DAVID Le
REC'D SK 20/74 UFF LEE BACK
TRACT & LOT DES. IN BK 24/456
FROM LOTTIE MC ELROY
BRITTS SUBDIVISION TO WEWAHITCHKA
SECTION 24/4/10
24 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 POa
24 4 10-WILLIAMS DON V.
BEG 20 FT. N OF THE S LINE ON
EAST SIDE OF HIWAY RUN E 100 FT
FOR POB TH RUN N, 25 FT E 50iFT;'-
S"- S 25-FT TH 50FT TOtPOB BLOCK
BLD.
24 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
6Lf (t LOTS 1. 2. ORB 72/62
LAKE ALICE ADD TO WEWAHITCHKA
BY EeMe FULLINGTON PARTS OF
640.003 NWl/4 OF SW1/4
$5e.76 25 4 10-BROGDON DOYLE ELLIS ET UX
REC'D ORB 74/814 FROM LISTER
640.004 PULPWOOD
$53.76 25 4 10-STEVENS THOMAS Ee
S BK 35/58 PART OF ALICE PITTS
640e071 TRACT LESS TO CAUSEY
$30.86 CIRCLE J. ESTATES IN SECTION
25 T 4 R 10 W GULF COUNTY. FLA,
640.072 25 4 10-THOMAS DAVID L. ET UX
$30.86 1.7 ACRES MORE OR LESS REC'*
ORB 63/662 FROM ANDY & JOHN
6409131 25 4 10-HARRIS CHARLES L.
$22o05 REC'D ORB 63/264 FR CARTER A LOT
OF LAND 234 FT BY 380 FTo
640.132 C. W. ALDERSONS SUBDIVISION TO
$22.05 WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
640e133 --ODANIELS JAMES E*
$22*05 BLK K Ce 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 BLK 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION
$64*30 LOT 10
748 --GAINOUS JOHN D0. & CARYLON
$117.78 BLK 3 DISHES SUBDIVISION
LOT 11
CLECKLFYS ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
756 TO WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
S11.74 SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
--PURSWELL JAMES ROSCUE
760 ULK 1 CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
$87.47 LOT 14


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CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO 2
SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
--HOLLY PERRY
BLK 9 CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 7
HARUENS SUBDIVISION
05 TO WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
$23.33 IN SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
--CAPPS MARY V.
53 BLK 2 HARDENS SUBDIVISION
127.23 LOTS 17. N1/2 OF 18 ORB 67/1095
IDA GRIFFIN SUBDIVIS-ION
59 TO WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
*42*23 IN SECTION 25 T 4 R,10
26 4 10-HANO BRYANT ET UX
LOT 50 BY 100 FT ORB 35/644


865
$37e66

865.001
833.51

897*010
$88.51


26 4 10-RILEY JIMMY E.
A LJT 75 BY 100 FT. FROM HILL
REC*D ORB 74/1016,
WILLIAMSOUR6j SUBDIVISION
TO WEWAHITCHKA* FLORIDA
IN SECTION 2a T 4 R 10
--BRITT DAVID L.
OLK 0 WILLIAMSBURG SUdDIVISION
LOTS 1. 2.
--ASH DELCEAR
BLK 0 WILLIAMj3URG SUBDIVISION
LOTS 3,4.


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s11.74


a 967
S18e96
a 972
54.94

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$42e23

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523.33




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$68.66

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$38.44




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--JONLS WILLIE LEE
OLK h WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOT 16
'--FISHER CHARLES M. & ANGELA Me.
OLK F WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOT 7
--FISHER. CHARLES Me & A. M.
dLK F WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOT 8
--FISHER CHARLES Me & ANGELA M.
aLK F WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOT L 9
PINE RIOGE SUBDIVISION
TO WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
IN SECTION 23 T 4 R 10
--HAND BRYANT & ANNIE GENE
BLK I PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
LOT 4 ORB 69/723
--DICK EMMA LEE
uLK 1 PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
LOT 3
--JONES RUOERT L.
8LK I PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
LOTS 5. 6.
-FRAZIER JIMMY L.
BLK 2 PINE RIOGE SUBDIVISION
LOT I
--MARSHALL ANNIE MAE C/O
BLK 2 PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
LOT 2
--HILL WILLIE R. C/O
$LK 3 PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
LOT 6


*2e*12 --FARMERS HOME ADM.
a 1526,001 BLK 4 PINh RIDGE SUBDIVISION
580.00 S 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
878.39 LOT 13
LESTERS SUBDIVISION
a 1729 OF WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
891*63 SECTION 36 T 4 R 10
--HYSMITH TRUSON W & DOROTHY
BLK 4 LESTERS SUBDIVISION
a 1767 LOTS 13. 14. 15. ORB 68/522
*39*31 --COLLINS JACKIE LEE
BLK I LESTER SUBDIVISION
LOT 10,11912. ORB 32/79
* 17F5 --KNOWLES BILLY
$91.63 BLK 3 LESTERS SUBDIVISION
a 1786 SI/2 OF LOT 25 ORB 29/764
19049 --WARREN MRS. NETTIE
OLK 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
S1 347 36 4' o10-EDENFIELD ROY
t13*26 ORO 21/775
# 1862 THOMAS SUBDIVISION OUT OF SECT 36
$16.08 AND 25 TWP 4 SR 10 WEST FILED
1865 FOR PERMANENT RECORD SkPTEMBER
$16.08 26. 1978 REC'D PLAT BOOK 3 PAU3
15 PUBLIC RECORDS
36 4 10-WEEKS COLLINS
REC'D ORB 25/680 & ORB 19/937
& ORB 21/277
0 1952 36 4 10-HURO JAMES E.
$13.04 A LOT FROM JAKE HURD
11 7 10-LILES MRS. EFFIE
REC'D ORB 48/318 LESS 50 X' 110 TO
TALLIE. HINSON
0 1953 11 7 10-CHANCEY ROYCE Me & SUSAN
$129e11 RECOD ORB 65/1054 FR. WIMBERLY
11 7 10-KRETZER TIMOTHY ET UX
:.,-j A LOT BEING 211 BY 100 FT. -
FROM BURKE A A !T0" 4 -"u2i! '1.
BEATTY'S SU0DIVISION PLAT
a 1957 OF NW1/4 OF SECTION 11 T 7 R 10
*133.34 -ROSS RONALD A.
BLK 0 BEATTY4S SUBDIVISION
LOTS 1.2.3.4.5.6, & 41t THRU 46
a 2076 --TIPTON HERBERT
$36e51 BLK E BEATTY'S SUBDIVISION
LOTS 19.20.21.22,25,26.2792d#
--TIPTUN HERBRHRT
BLK F BEATTY'S SUBDIVISION
LOTS 32.33.34.35e
--TIPTON HERBERT
$494*99 LK F BEATTY'S SUBDIVISION
$494.99 LOTS 12,13.14,15.16,17.
WIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE Clj-]
S2191.001 LYING .ON WEST SIDE OF SR 71
$2734 BEING IN SECTION 11 T 7 R 10
--GARRETT ROYCE ET UX
BLK 4 WIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
LOTS 13, 149 ORB 68/517
a 2250.002.
S891.85. 17 8 10-OUINN BILLY C*
LOT 8 JONES PLAT UNRECORDED &.
a 2254.001 PER DEED REC'D 8K 10/427
$76.65 WARD RIDGE UNIT NO 1I
SECTION 18 T 8 k 10
--ADAMS JUEL ET UX
ULK 3 WARD RIDGE UNIT NO* 1
LOT 1
a 2330 JONESVILLE SUBDIVISION SWI/4 OF
$22e05 SW1/4 OF SECTION 18 T 8 10
S--WATUR ADA
JONESVILLE SUBDIVISION
N1/2 OF LOT 12 JONESVILLE PLAT
ORB 75/85 FROM JOHNSON
MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I
2346 IN FRACTAL SECTION 19 T 9 10
--KING WILLIAM Go

L 2346.002 K A MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I
2346.002 LO 3
525.60 --GANT CHESTER JR.
BLK A MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1
LOT 4
--HESTER DIAMOND
a 2358 BLK D MONhY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I
54J.20 LOT 4
--WYNN JULIUS
BLK E MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I
LOTS 12, 13.


0 2J75.001
S22.05


MONEY BAYOU BFACH UNIT NO. 2
IN SECTION 1p T 9 R 10


7 9 10-HILTUN CHARLES JR. AND
ALL UF SECTION
.8 9 10-HILTON CHARLES JR* AND
ALL OF SECTION
0 2394 17 9 10-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND
S104.66 N1/2 OF N1/2 >
18 9 10-HILTON CHARLES JR* AND
ALL MONEY BAYOU SECTION
19 9 10-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND
ALL FRACTL. SECT. 19 LESS MONEY
# 2455 BAYOU COTTAGES DES. ABOVE BhING
.a2 8 33.o ACRES


0 2459.001
$27.34




# 2506
513.18

f 2507
Si9.49


12 4 11-KEMP ARCHIE
4 AC REC'D ORB 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. INC.
165' X 270' LOT IN NF4/4 OF SE1/4
OF SECT 31 REC'D ORB 71/393 FRo
JOHNSON

32 5 11-COTTRELL SHANNON C.
A LOT 240 BY 350 FT.


a 2515,
$4.94

N 2524
$13.18

- 2525
,, $8.82

a 2526
513.18





a 2538
S110.10

a 2539
$22.05

0 2540
$207.30

a 2541
$15.91

a 2542
$15.91

a 2547
$54.92


a 2552.010
$207e30

a 2555
$22.05

2556
$22.05


**2568
S 167.68

a 2570
$19.49

a 2571
$18.96

f 2572
$4.94

a 2590.001
S74.87
a 2596
556e75



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a 2637
$65.46

2648.001
$74.16
a 2794
$20.03


9 2834
$107.79
9 2840
*:".. $20.03



a 2880
538.68

a 2892
$39.07

a 2896
$75.06

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0 2965
$20.03

& 3033
:11,78



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5289.07



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$84.95




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5177.94


0 3128
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# 3132
S127.28

9 3148
$151*83




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$896.39
# 3165
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a 3174
$40#66
a 3177
$954.88
0 3180
s650.76


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$27.53



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$41*99


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6 6 11-WEST H. To
AA FHOM HAROY ONB 68/250 & ORR
j ORB 73/580 FROM HAPDY
BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION
SE1/2 OF LOT 13 OPIGo SECTION 30
AND LOT 3 RIG,
SECTION 31 T 6 R Itl
-WALJO GLENN E.
BLK 16 BEACON HILL USRDIVISION
LOT 13
-MARTIN HOWARD L.
BLK 19 BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION
LOT 15
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO, 1
TO YON'S ADDITION PART OF SECTION
6 TWP 7 RANGE II WEST
--MC DONALD A.*' .
BLK 6 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO* I
LOTS IS 16
--DAVIS JUJi He
BLK 8 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOTS 10, 12
--WOOD PAUL WAYNE
BLK 11 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 6
--WOOD CARL DAVID
BLK 11 PORT ST. JOE REACH UNIT NO* 1
LOT 1
--CARTWRIGHT NANCY Me
BLK 11 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOTS 3* 5.
--WOOD* CARL
BLK 11 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOTS 2.4
--CARTWRIGHT NANCY NM
BLK 12 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOTS So* 10
--BUTLER DWIGHT L."
OLK 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* JOE.BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 12
HIGHLAND VIEW SUBDIVISION
S1/2 OF GOVOT LOT 13 LYING IN
SECTION 26 T 7 PR 1
--DORMAN JAMES H. JR. ET UX
BLK F HIGHLAND VIEW SUBDIVISION
LOT 14 & 11 LESS S JO FT, OF 11
AEING THE OLD STORE BLD,.
BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
OF SI/2 OF GOV'T LOTS 11. 12.
BEING IN SECTION 26 T 7 R IL
--RUIS BOBY G. ET UX
ULK B BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
SWI/4 OF LOT 4 100 UY 140 FT.
--WOOD MILDRED L*
BLK C SAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOTS 2. 3.
--KEEL JEWEL DYKES -
BLK E BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOT 1
--BROWN J. Go
OLK J BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOT 4
--BAILEY EMORY C.
BLK J BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOTS 3 5 ', ... -
SFOREHAND SECOND EDITIONN
TO HIGHLAND VIEW A SUBDIVISION OF
THE N1/2 OF LOTS 12, 17 ORIG.
SECTION 26 T 7 R It11
--COLVIN JAMES
dLK A FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION
LOTS 1. 4
--LEWIS JAMES WALTER
BLK C FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION
LOTS 7. 8
FOREHAND THIRD ADDITION
TO HIGHLAND VIEW OF WI/2 OF GOVOT
LOT 12 JRIG. SECTION 26 T 7 R I11
-SMITH JIMMY A.
BLK A FOREHAND THIRD ADDITION
LOT 7
26 7 11-CLARK MRS. Jo D.
LOT 50 BY 140 FT* OUT OF SW COR.
OF SE1/4 OF SEI/4 OR LOT 14
ORIG.
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA PART UF
NEI/4 OF NWI/4 OF SECTION I T 8
R 11 WEST
--THOMAS iEORGE LEE
dLK A ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LOT 23
--MC KELVY POLLY
BLK 13 ST. JOE HEIgHTS SUBDIVISI1N
LOT 20
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
PART OF SECTIONS to 2 & SECTION
12 T 8 t11
--JOHNSON A. C'.
BLK 27 CITY OF PORT- ST. JnE
LOTS 1. 3
S--STEVENSJN GENE &T UX
B LK 42 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
S 70 FT. OF LOTS 28. 30
--MATLOCK JOHN L.
BLK 42 CITY OF PORT ST. JOI
N 80 FT. OF LOTS 27. ?9
--GRUBUS JAMES T. ET UX
BLK 52 CITY UF PORT ST. JOL
LOT 8B
--ULRY TOM
3LK 52 CITY OF RORT ST. JOE
LOT 16 & N 1/2 OF LOT 14
CITY OF POET ST. JOb
OFFICIAL MAP NO. 12
--ROGERS DAVID S. ET UX
BLK 67 CITY OF PORT ST. JOL
LOT 8
ST* JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
--RAFFIELD BOHBRY Ge.
BLK 94 ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. :1
LOTS B. 9.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE PARTS OF
SECTIONS 35, 36. T 7 R II
--BEWEY MARGAHET
ULK 1001 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 22


--GANT CHESTEM JR. ET UX
BLK 1002 CITY OF PORT ST. JOU ORIG.
LOT 2
--YOUNG ALEX
BLK 1002 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE nRIGo.
LOTS 29, 31
--GANT MRS* LELA
BLK 1005 CITY OF PORT ST. JO: ORIGo
LOT 10
--GUINN BILLY
sLK 1006 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG,
LOT 10
--GAOSUN QUINN CORA LEE EST.
4 ULK 1006 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIGo
NI/2 OF LOT 12
--BEWEY MARGARET
dLK 006 CITY OF PORT ST. JOt ORIG.
SI/2 OF LOT 12


4 3502 --QUINN BILLY C. eT UX
S24*07 OLK 1008 MILLVIEW ADOITIQN UNIT NO. I
LOTS It 2, 3, 5 7.
--OUINN 8. C.
BLK 1008 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. I
LOT 9
--JONES MRS. FAYE
* 3686.001 OLK 1008 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
*37.61 LOT 15
--WILLIAMS. ELIZABETH H.
0 3712 BLK 1009 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. I
$26.36 LOTS 136.& W 23 FT. OF LOT IS
--ADDISON ARTHUR ET UX
BLK 1009 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO* 1
LOT 18
--LARRY BEVERLY A.
* 4006 BLK I010 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. I
s80*48 LOT 6 & W 25 FT. OF 8
--WHITHURST A. 0. & JUANITA A.
a 4026 BLK 1010 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. I
$104*85 LOT 12
--WILLIAMS ROY LEE
4 4046 BLK 1010 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. I1
832*96 LOT 32
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2


9 4048
532.96

0 4049
$279.75

* 4050
5302.26

0 4057
1111 57

* 4084
5107.79



a 4126.010
*32.96

9 4204.009
128.20

8 4204.011
$424.46




* 4361
$65.37





a 4371
*14.20

N 4376
S5.43

4392
$74.63

* 4427
*107.79

9 4428
876.32


--BORDERS WILLIE LEE
ILK 1016 MILLVIEK ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 23
--GRANGER MRS. ANNIE G.
ELK 1016 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 8 W 1/2 OF LOT 10
-WILLIAMS ELIZABETH
BLK 1017 MILVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
E1/2 OF LOT 2
--COACHMAN VARY JOYCE
ELK 1017 NILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2,
LOT 4
--HALL KITCHEN 8.
1038 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2 r
LOT 6
--GANT CHESTER JR.
BLK 1019 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 4
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3

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


--HAMILTON KYLAR
ELK 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
5 22.5 FT OF 18 &


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
S 1/2 OF SW1/4 6 W1/2 OF SEI/4
LESS 4.47 A SR 30. & 1.115 CHR.
9 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
ELK 2 Jo Re NORTON SUBDIVISION
LOT 14
OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION
TO PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA'
BEING IN SECTION 13 T 8 R 11
GULF COUNTY* FLORIDA .
--MARSHALL JOHN MW ET UX
BLK 14 OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION


LOTS 6*80,0,12.14*, W1/2 OF 4
e OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION UNIT 2
200 A A. KNODEL S 13 T 8 R 11
S44-PARRISH LARRY
4 43 LK I OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION UNIT 2
t5*43 LOTS 2. 3.
8 It-ROGERS MYRTLE
A LOT 50 FT BY 50 FT. REC'D ORR
51/6 FROM ELLEN ANDERSON
* 4533 13 0 Il-RODGERS MYRTLE F.
S 57.11 100 BY 50 FT LOT
ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES IN SECT.

a 4546 36 T 8 R 11 GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
$23,48 --HOUSE CODE & SHIRLEY
8LK A ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 12
*-WILLIAMS VERN J.
ELK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 4


9 5831
553.72

1 5835
5267.56


PAGE ELEVEN


--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 5
--PENINSULA ESTATES


f 5841 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
S13.30 LOT 6
-PENINSULA ESTATES
f 5861 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
594.26 LOT 7
--PENINSULA ESTATES
* 5864 9LK A PENINSULA ESTATES
$49.36 LOT 8
--PENINSULA ESTATES
9 5872.001 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
234.47 --PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
524.14 LOT 10
--PENINSULA ESTATES
0 5893 8LK A PENINSULA ESTATES
$24.14 LOT It
--PENINSULA ESTATES
dLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 12
--PENINSULA ESTATES
0 5940 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
5106.87 LOT 13
'--PENINSULA ESTATES
S949 A PENINSULA ESTATES
*47.77 LOT 14
--PENINSULA ESTATES
9 5968 ELK A PENINSULA ESTATES
12.31 LOT 15
--PENINSULA ESTATES
* 5971 4K A. PENINSULA ESTATES
512.31 LOT 16
--PENINSULA ESTATES
0 6001 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
524.14 LOT 17
--PENINSULA ESTATES
# 6025 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
5124.97 LOT.18
--PENINSUA ESTATES
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
TRACT I
# 6031.010 --PENINSULA ESTATES
5189.57 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES
TRACT 2
* 6035 --PENINSULA ESTATES
5189.57 BLK 6 PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT I
* 6040 --PENINSULA ESTATES
S 189.57 ELK p PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 2
# 6049 --PENINSULA ESTATES
S 189.57 BLK 8 PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 3
9 6050 --PENINSULA ESTATES
$189.57 BLK B PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 4
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK B PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 5
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK B PENINSULA ESTATES
TRACT 3
-PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK B PENINSULA ESTATES


0 6112
$34*67






0 6182


*132.32



8 6190
S98.98

* 6222
$11.78


* 6223
55.43


0 6249.012
870.26

* 6249.019
$70.26


1 9 11-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND N 6265
9 4620 SI/2 5472.36
$39.50 2 9 11-HILTON CHARLES'JR. AND 6267
FRACTL. SI/2 & SUB* LD. FR. ST.FL $381.69
4640 11 9 l-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND 9 6271
$24.14 LOTS 1.2.3. ORIG. & SUBD. LAND 5662.42
12 9 11-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND 9 6272
ALL LESS ACRES RES. BY HOLLINGER *644.88
13 9 1-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND 9 6273
ALL LESS ACRES RES BY HOLLINGER $794.03
# 4826 14 9 11-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND 9 6274
$132.47 LOTS 1.2.3.4, ORIG. & 5USD0 LD. $618.57
17 9 11-DEAL TROY N. JR. & 6275
4977 ALL FRACTL. INC. THAT PORTION OF $407.43
S59*60 PIG ISLAND IN SECTION 17
20 9 11-DEAL TROY M. JR. ET UX 9 6281
4 4980 LOTS 1, 4, 10 ORIG. S1-.221.00
$6o.69 21 9 11-DEAL TROY Me JR. ET UX 9 6284
LOT 4 0HIG. $482.59
# 5097 15/22 9 11-SEASHORE LAND & 0EV. CO. 6286
5176.99 REC'O ORB 38/142 IIB SUBM. 561.49
15/22 9 11-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.* 6290
* 5103 IIB SUBM* LAND BK 36/350. *46.85
$70.24 22 9 11-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO. 9 6292
W 675 FT. OF LOT I ORIGo & $1,115.73
AND SURFSIDE EST. UNIT NO. 2
700 FT. GULF FRONTAGE
S6b202 23 9 ll-SEASHORE LAND & DEV* CO. 9 6310
5130.50 DEED FROM 118 SUBD* LD 36/860 $76.69
23 9 11-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO. 9 6311
Wl/4 OF LOT 4. 330* BY 1000' 330* 5703.02
0 5519 GULF TO BAY ORB 61/185
S32017 S 23 T 9 R II 18.6 ACRES
REC'D ORB 78/332 FR OSBURN BEING
450 FT. BY 1800 FT. NORTH OF
STATE ROAD NO. 30. THIS IS FOR
f 5694 THE 1978 BACK ASSESSMENT ON THIS
$173.04 PARCEL NO. 6316.002
24 9 11-HILTON CHARLES JR. AND a 6321
a 5703 ALL LYING NORTH OF'SRD LESS 68 AC $434.04
$22.06 TO TROPIC LAND & DEV. CO.
$2.1 PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION
S5722 A SUBDIVISION OF THE SOUTH 966.63
523*J20 FT. OF GOBVT LOTS 5 & 6 IN FRACT.
$2320 'SECTION 36 T 8 R 12 W GULF COUNTY

9 ,772 --PENINSULA ESTATES 9 6349.001
$50.73 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION 599.51
LOT 1
S793 --PENINSULA ESTATES 6349.002
L75.37 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION $99.51
LOT 2


E75L37 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION $99*51
LOT 3
S596--PENINSULA ESTATES 9 6349.004
E $9L40 BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SUBDIVISION $99.51
LOT 4


LAND NOT .
BY 100 FT&


INCLUDED
* LOT


--PENINSULA ESTATES
8LK C PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 1
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 2
& -PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 3
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 4
--PENINSULA ESTATES
ELK C PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 5
--PENINSULA ESTATES
ELK C PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 6
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 7
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES
LAND NOT INCLUDED


SUBDIVISION


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SUBDIVISION


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SUBDIVISION


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SUBDIVISION


SUBDIVISION


SUBDIVISION


SUBDIVISION


SUBDIVISION


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SUBDIVISION


SUBDIVISION


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SUBDIVISION


SUBDIVISION


SUBDIVISION


SUBDIVISION
267.80 FT


SUBDIVISION


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SUBDIVISION


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SUBDIVISION


SUBDIVISION


SUBDIVISION


SUBDIVISION
BEING


260.27 FT BY 847.49 FT.


--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK D PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 1
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK D PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 2
--PENINSULA ESTATES
LK 0D PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 3
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK D PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 4
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK 0 PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 5
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK D PENINSULA ESTATES
TRACT NO. 4
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK E PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT I
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK E PENINSULA ESTATES

LOT 2
--PENINSULA ESTATES
BLK E PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 3
--PENINSULA ESTATES
ELK E PENINSULA ESTATES
LOT 4
--PENINSULA ESTATES
8LK E PENINSULA ESTATES
TRACT NO. 5


SUBDIVISION


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SUBDIVISION


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. I
NI/2 OF LOT 6 6 LOTS 79 8
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. I
SECTION 22 T 9 R 11 GULF COUNTY
-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
8LK I SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. I
LOTS I THRU 16
-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO*
8LK 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. COo
8LK 3 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. I
LOTS 1 THRU 20
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
SECTION 22 T 9 AR I GULF COUNTY
-SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO.
BLK 4 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
LOTS I THRU 20
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PAGE TWELVE THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla.


Public Notices (onued from Page


-SEASHORE LAND DEV* CO0
S.LK 5 SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
LOTS I THRU 20
-SEASHORE LAND & OEV. CO.
L SWAFSIOE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
LOTS I THRU 10 &12 THRU S1
PINE BLUFF SUBDIVISION IN SECTION
23 T 9 R 11 GULF COUNTY* FLORIDA
22 9 11-SEASHORE LAND & OEV. CO.
ALL THAT PART OF THE E 450 FT. JF
ORIG* GOVOT LOT I


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S589.33

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0 6383
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HARLAND 0. PRIDGEON
GULF COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR


E. B. MILLER' R
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.
Gulf front 71' on the Penin-
sula. Beautiful homesite,
very reasonable. This one
go fast. No. 11.

BEACON HILL
2 story house with sun deck
on U.S. 98, gives you a
beautiful view of the Gulf.
Completely turns, deluxe 4
bdrm., 2 ba. home. Rerady
for occupancy. $65,000. No.
300

WHITE CITY
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. $28,000. No. 500


PORT ST. JOE
Nice shady city lot, 516 7th
Street.
SIncome producing property.
Located on Reid Ave. 3 di-
vilual income units. Buy
equity and assume 1st mort-
gage at 914 percent. $7,000.
No. 112
Investment opportunity,
rental proeprty. (3) 3 bdrm,
1 iba. furnished units & (1) 1
bdrm, 1 ba. furnished unit.
Proety in good cond. Own-
er finance at 12 percent.
rout now, don't be dis-
appointed by a sold sign.
$46,000. No. 100.
2:bdrm., 1 ba. furnished
home on 62'x150' lot. $23,-
500. No. 101
Lovely redecorated interior
makes this house a pleasure
to see. 3 bdrm, 2 ba., den,
back porch, storage shed,
oan 1 1g. lots in an excel.
location. 1101 Garrison Ave.
$47,000. No. 102
Corner lot with nice 3
bdrm., 2 ba. house. Lg. liv.
rm & comfortable den.
Chain link fence, store. shed,
shallow well and pump. 619
Marvin Ave. $49,000. No. 104
Need more room for your
family? This nice spacious
house will accommodate
you comfortably. It has 4
bdrms, 2 ha., liv. rm, din.
area Ig. kitchen, 23x18%
family rm on 2 lots. 1618
Marvin Ave. By appt. only.
$49,500. No. 105.
Take root in a 2 bdrm, 1 ba.
home on fenced lot. Liv. rm.
with fireplace, din. rm, re-
modeled kitchen, utility
house in back. Call for more
info. 527 10th St. $25,000. No.
106
Beautiful executive home
on THREE landscaped lots.
3 1g. bdrms, 28' liv. rm.,
garage and double carport.
Lots of extras, including 1g.
screened Fla. rm. and 2
workshops. 602 17th St. No.
107. $62,000.
Clean ahd 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.
Practically new! 3 bdrm, 2
bo, brick home. Has all
amenities including wet,
bar, b-b-q, trash compactor,
central vacuum system,
plis super location. 104 Yau-
pon. $59,900. No. 109
Grdenspace aplenty. 2
lots, level & cleared and
mostly in garden now. Save
Sgrocery b. 3 bdrm, 1
ba. house is a handyman's
specialty. Super invest-
ment, house rent will make
the payments for you. Duval
St.n Oak Grove. $9,000. No.



EILDON B. MILLER,
REALTOR


648-5011


REALTY







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FOR RENT OR LEASE
bdrm, 2 bath brand spanking new town
Ssides in Gulf-Aire, ov.loking the beach.
oth sidos available.


ST. JOE BEACH
Absolutely immaculate,
charming beach cottage,
professionally decorated &
fully furnished with superb
taste. 2 bdrm., I ba. and kit-
chen is a homemaker's
dream. On stilts among the
pines. 75'x15O' lot. This one
will go fast. $38,950. No. 206
Brick veneer energy saving
extra well-built 2 bdrm.
home on 2 lots. A home you
will be proud of. Call for
appt. Santa Anna St. $55,000.

BEACH LOTS-3 lots, 1 blk.
from beach in St. Joe
Beach. Each lot 50'x125'.
$16,750. No. 200
Excel. buyI 3 bdrm, 1% ba.
mobile home on 75'x100' lot.
Block and a half from the
beach, $12,500. Santa Anna.
No. 201
Only $14,500. 3 "roomy"
bdrms, 1 ba., liv. rm, din.
rm and kitchen combo. Wall
to wall carpet, drapes,
refrig included. New roof.
Walking distance to beach.
No. 202
3 bdrm., 2 ba. beauty on 2
lots, extra insulation thru-
out, carport, storage bldg.,
chain link fence. Less than 2
yrs. old. Will sell below re-
placement cost. (Ponce de
Leon). $47,500. 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. $22,500. No. 205.
Use your own skills and
imagnation to complete a
partially finished house. 3
bdrms., 1% ba liv. rm, din.
rm, garage with utility rm.,
only I block from beach. Ad-
jacent corner lot also avail-
able. $24,500. No. 207

Super nice beach cottage, 2
bdrm. den, or 3 bdrm., 2
ba. on U. S. 98, across from
beach. Unique design. Car-
pet & vinyl floors. Lg. utili-
ty rm, board privacy fence.
Sharpest cottage on beach.
$42,500. No. 208

ACREAGE
Acreage on Canal. 3.7 acres
on Interstate Canal in Over-
street. Natural boat basin,
nice pines, landslope from
county road to canal. $30-
000. 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. $23,000. No. 801
8.51 acres on 386, near Over-
street, all cleared. $50,000.
No. 802


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.


MEXICO BEACH
Valuable property on beach
side-3rd lot from beach!
Completely furnished dup-
lex on 28th St. 1 bdrm., 1 ba.
on each side. Call for more
info. $47,000, No. 401
Live within walking dis-
tance of beach in a furn. 2
bdrm., 1 ba. mobile home
on 75'x112' corner lot. Utili-
ty shed in back with wash-
ing 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. $25,000.
No. 403
Neat house and clean yd.
Only 2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm., 1
ba. liv. rm, din. rm combo
utility rm, garage, fenced
back yd. $39,500. No. 404
3 bdrm., 2 ba., a friendly
home surrounded by attrac-
tive lot. Save steps with
compact floor plan. 213 6th
St. $31,500. No. 405.

BUSINESS FOR SALE
Profitable, efficiently oper-
ated 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". $45,000. No. 110

INDIAN PASS
Beautiful lagoon location in
Camp Palms Subd. 2 bdrm.,
1 ba., liv. rm, din. rm, kit-
chen. Call office for more
info. $60,000. 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; $39,500. 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.
$35,000. No. 602
1.99 acres 150' on SR30 to
Indian Lagoon. Approx. 650'
depth. An ideal building site
cleared and filled. $41,250.
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, inlcuding 1g. commer-
cial cooler, counters and is-
land shelving. Plenty of
room for expansion. Owner
may finance. $40,000. 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. $90,000. No. 702

30'x90' commercial lot on
corner of Reid Ave. & 5th St.
Across alley from City Hall.
Priced right and owner will
finance. $12,000. No. 703


PATTY MILLER, Realtor Assoc.

After Hours:


SHERRIE ZYSKI 229-8494
Realtor Associate
SANDRA CLENNEY, 229-6310
Realtor Associate


JIM CLEMENT 648-5482
Associate
DONNIE LANGE, 229-8004
Associate


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

1829 Hwy. 98 MEXICO BEACH


FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pLrsuant to
Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gulf
County, Florida, four weeks after the
first publication of this notice, the ficti.
tious name or trade name under which
they will be engaged in business and in
which said business is to be carried on,
to-wit:
ST. JOE SERVICE CO.
302 DuPont Dr.
Owner, William E. White
4tp 54
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
MUNICIPAL ELECTION
Notice Is hereby given that a Special
Election will be held at the City Hall in
the City of Ward Ridge, Florida, on
Tuesday, the 17th day of June, 1980, for
the election of the following: One (1)
Commissioner from Group 1; One (1)
Commissioner from Group II; and One
(1) Commissioner from Group III. The
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 S-IS


LOOK AT


House for sale at St. Joe
Beach on corner lot. 2 bdrm., 1
bath, living room, kitchen,
utility room, carport, newly
redecorated. Call 648-5443.
2tc 5-29

3 beautiful wooded lots, 2
blocks from the beach. $4,500
ea. Call 229-573 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. tfdl-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





1978 Chevy V-8 pickup. Big
tires, lots of extras. Must sac-
rifice. 639-5430 after 6, CDST.
4tc 5-29

1969 Chevy 2 dr., hardtop,
steel belt radials, good body,
engine, trans. Actual miles
81,000. $300. Call 229-8081 or
229-6502 after 5 p.m. ltc 5-29

1978 2-dr. Chevrolet Nova
L-6. Mint condition, under
18,000 miles. Book value $3,-
925.00. Will sell $3,500.00.
Phone 2294023. ltp 5-29

1977 G6remlin, 35 miles to
gal., am-fm 8-track, CB radio,
3 speed, stand. shift. $1,900.
229-8919. ltp 5-29

1977 Mustang II, low mile-
age, good condition. Call 229-
6667 or 229-8610. M

1964 Ford F-100, wagon
wheels, 1100 series tires. $425.
Call 229403. 2tp5-22





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. 4tp85


NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners
of Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company, or corpora-
tion interested in selling the County the
following described personal property:
ONE (1) TANDEM TYPE DUMP
TRUCK-14 Yard Body-NEW
Specifications on file in the Clerk of
Circuit Court's Office, 1000 Fifth St.,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. For no
more than 45 day delivery. Liquid-
ated damages for failure to deliver
unit on specified date will be set at
$5.00 per day.
Bids will be received until 9:000'clock,
A.M., E.D.T., June 10, 1980, at the office
of the Clerk of Circuit ourt, 1000 Fifth
Street, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. The
Board reserves theo ight to reject any
and all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: -S- Douglas C. Birmingham,
Chairman
2t5.29


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


Consumer's Side....


QUESTION:
Is it a requirement that food
lables list the percentages of
each ingredient used in the
product?
ANSWER:
Currently, all ingredients in
food must be listed on labels
in descending order of pre-
dominance by weight. But
ingredient listings are not
required to be broken into
percentages.
Descending order of pre-
dominance means that the
.ingredient of which there is
the most in the food is listed
first on the label. It continues
down to the smallest-weight
ingredient. According to the
Food and Drug Administra-
tion (FDA), some lables can
be required to list the per-
centage of some "characteriz-
ing" ingredients, such as
shrimp in shrimp cocktail.
The FDA is proposing a


labeling change which would
expand the use of percentage
labeling of characterizing in-
gredients.
Other requirements on food
labels are the name of the
product, net weight and name
and address of the processor,
packer or manufacturer.
QUESTION:
I bought a set of pots and
pans (at regular price) from a
discount store in a nearby
town. The next day I tried to
return them because I had
decided I couldn't really af-
ford them. But, the store
manager refused to give me a
refund. Since I had the re-
ceipt, had not opened the box
and didn't buy them on sale, I
think I should get my money
back. Isn't there a law requir-
ing I get a refund?
ANSWER:
Many consumers mistaken-
ly believe a law entitles them


to a cash refund if they return
unwanted merchandise as
long as they have a receipt
and the item was not used.
Each store in the state sets
its own policies about refunds.
Some stores give cash refunds
or credit charge accounts for
returned merchandise, some
give store credits, some ex-
change merchandise and
some give no refunds of any
type. Florida law does require
that stores which do not give
any type of refund post a
notice to that effect so con-
sumers will be aware of the
policy.
some merchants do post
their refund policy or include
it on the receipt. But, it is the
shopper's responsibility to de-
termine the store's refund
policy if he or she thinks the
purchase might have to be
returned.


ATnnt As


MICLANEOSORS.AL


Two bedroom furnished
house for rent at Jones Home-
stead. See Jean Shelmett after
6 p.m. Take right at second
black top in Jones Homestead.
ltp 5-29

Landscaped lot with full
hook up for trailer. 1 block
from beach. Mexico Beach.
Call 648-5443. 2tc 5-29

For Rent: Furnished one
bedroom trailer at St. Joe
Beach. 229-8939. tfe 5-29

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,
-27-1251. .tfc 10-23

One 3 bdrm, I bath house at
Beacon Hill. Call 2294861.
tfe 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 2294961.
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
tfe 3-27

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

Furnished 2 bdrm. house,
auto. heat, no pets; furnished
large one bdrm. apt., auto
heat, no pets. 229-6777 after 7
p.m. tfc11-8


For

Ambulance

Call

227-1115


Boat for sale, see Jean Shel-
mett at Jones Homestead.
Take right at second black
top, after 6 p.m. ltp 5-29

Brown fresh yard eggs. Call
227-1388. 212 6th St. ltp 5-29

FREE:Mixed breed shep-
herd pups, good personal pro-
tection. Call 648-8997. 2tp 5-29


Vito clarinet in good condi-
tion. $75. 2294927. ltp 5-29

Four burner gas stove,
$25.00. 648-8929. ltc 5-29

1973 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


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.
3tp 5-15

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


SEVIE


Will do babysitting in my
home for school age children
(kindergarten through third
grade). 229-6506.

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.
3te5-15

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
5tp 5-1

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 Cut Lumber
Want to Do It Yourself?
Then come see us for Stan-
ley tools, hardware, paneling,
paint, lumber.
Earley's Hardware &
Building Supply
Hwy. 98 W. 227-1763
tfc 8-5


CAR CARE SERVICE
Specializing in Painting and
Mechanical
Foreign or Domestic
20 Percent off til End of May
Located behind
Mexico Beach Grocery
2tc5-22

IDLE HOUR
BEAU Y SALON
402 thirdd St.
Specializing In
Permanents Coloring
Shaping All Your Hair Needs
Owner, Betty Heath
Phone 2294201 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


Leon Pollock. Owner
410 Reid Avenue


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



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

CAREFOOT SEPTIC IANK
Septic Tank Cleaning
Phone 229-8007
tfc 11-30
Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday 4:00 P.M. EST
St. James Episcopal Church

Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757
tfc 2-2

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


Public Notices


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
Roy Smith, Associate Natalie Shoaf, Assoc.


kills bugs for
up to six months,
nd saves you about S100 yearly
in costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY 'CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St JoeI Florida


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THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1980









Gulf Coast Alumni' Grades



'Are Third Highest In State


Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege transfer students rank
third in the state in terms of
academic performance at
Florida universities, accord-
ing to a study recently re-
leased by the State Depart-
ment of Education.
The study was based on the
grade point averages (g.p.a.s)
earned by some 24,000 stu-
dents who had completed
associate degrees at oneof
Florida's 28 community col-
leges and who were enrolled at
a state university in the fall of
1979.
"These statistics are Gulf
Coast answers to those who
are concerned about the qual-
ity of education provided by
community colleges," com-


House to be sold and moved
on 513 Third St. Best offer.
Contact Emory Stephens at St.
Joe Machine or phone 229-
6803. tfc4-17

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. tfc4-24
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.

Used furniture: dinette,
couch, rocker recliner, 1 bed
and dresser, bookcase, assort-
ed odds and ends. 506 8th St.
227-1752 after 3 p.m.


mented GCCC president, Dr.
Larry W. Tyree
"We are certainly proud of
the fact that our former
students consistently rank at
the top academically, but it is
also worth noting that less
than one-half of a point
separates all 28 institutions,"
he said.
Ranked first this year was
Okaloosa-Walton Junior Col-
lege of Niceville whose trans-
fer students earned an aver-
age g.p.a. of 2.84 (a high C).
Santa Fe Community College
of Gainesville was ranked last
with an average g.p.a. of 2.39,
while GCCC in the third
position reported an average
g.p.a. of 2.78.
Of the more than 500 GCCC


Garage Sale, Saturday, May
31 from 9:00 a.m. at 115 Bel-
lamy Circle. ltp 5-29

Four family yard sale, 622
Madison St., Oak Grove, Fri.
and Saturday, May 30-31st. In
case of rain, will be held fol-
lowing weekend. ltp 5-29

Yard Sale, 527 7th St., Satur-
day, May 31. ltc5-29






AVON
To Buy or Sell
For Gulf or Bay counties. Call
collect 286-5360 or write Dist.
Sales Mgr. Margaret Rick-
man, P. 0. Box 10403, Parker,
FL 32401. tfc4-17

Avon to buy or sell at
Mexico Beach. Must live in
Bay County. Call collect 904-
70Q-A767 or write Sarah Skin-


2tc 5- ner, Dis't-Sales Mgr., P .0.
Box'bf, Paha a'City 32401.
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vator." Francis Bacon


transfer students included in
the study, half were enrolled
at the University of West
Florida, 150 were enrolled at
Florida State University and
65 at the University of Florida.
The largest number, 150,
were pursuing business de-
grees and their average g.p.a.
of 2.7 was the highest of all
transfer students in this dis-


cipline.
GCCC transfer students also
ranked number one in home
economics and were in the top
ten in biology, computer
science, education, engineer-
ing, fine arts, letters, mathe-
matics, physical science, psy-
chology, public affairs and
social science.


need.
MEXICO 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!

WEWAHITCHKA-New Listing -Very
nice 2 bedroom, 1 ba. brick house
located .on large lot. Additional lots
available. Call our professional coun-
selors for more information.


648-8220
Marguerite Wainwright
Realtor-Appraiser


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!
PORT ST. JOE-HAPPINESS IS ...
Moving into this spacious 3 bedroom,
1/2.bath brick home on 1 acre. Modern
kitchen, double carport, screened-in
porch in very nice neighborhood. Call
us Today and let us show you how
happiness can be yours! .
MONTHLY RENTALS
1 Bedroom Apartment .....: $165.00
2 Bedroom Apartment ..... $195.00
Monthly and Weekly Rentals
Available

ALISA DUREN
-Realtor-Associate
ISAAC DUREN
Broker-Salesman


Discover the Gallery of Homes Difference.'
An International Network of Independent Real Estate Brokers."
@Gallery of Homes, Inc. 1980


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. MAY 29. 1980


Steve Cloud Wins Honors at Mobile


Honor students graduating
from Mobile College were
recognized in special cere-
monies Tuesday.
Six seniors were presented
top awards as outstanding
students in each division.
Steve Cloud, of Port St. Joe,
received the award, in the
humanities division. Cloud has
served this year as president
of the Student Government
Association. He also received
an area award in religion.


Faith Kindergarten To


Graduate Pupils Tonight


Faith Christian School will


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.

The 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


The saguaro cactus, largest
of the cactus family, grows
less than one inch dur-
ing its first 10 years.


hold its sixth annual Kinder-
garten Graduation Program,
tonight, May 29, at 7:30 p.m.,
in the auditoruim of Long
Avenue Baptist Church.
The students will present a
short review of their phonics,
reading, and number skills
along with the recitation of
Bible Verses, poems and
songs learned during the year.


youl aIu ak iio. l. S lcvatu iIwi.o ion t I..o.
advantage of beautiful view of gulf. Make an ap-
pointment to see this one. Corner 4th and
Fortner.


Mexico Beach. Lovely 4 bdrm., 2 ba. home right
on beach. Lg. screened porch, great room, mod-
em kitchen. I DEAL beach house for year round
living. Furn. central heat and air.


and to share with them the
excitement of receiving their
diplomas.
The 1980 K-5 Graduates are:
Heather Lewis, Chris Parker,
Cameron Dawson, Wendy Os-
borne, Davina Seymour,
Karen Lanier, Michael Whit-
field, Dennis McCloud, Dana
Swatts, Jason Reilly, Rusty
Harper, Michael Hammond,
Jason White, Shannon Cain,
Elitha Gant and Randy Ram-
sey.


Shown are: Steve Cloud, center, of Port
St. Joe and Dr. William K. Weaver, Jr.,
president of Mobile College, and Dr. Eugene
M. Keebler, academic vice president. The


Mexico Beach. Brick home approx. 2 yrs. old. 2
bdrms, 2 ba., family rm. & laundry rm. cen. h&a,
Equity and assume existing mortgage.


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Mexico Beach. "Cadillac of Mobile Homes".
Excel. buy in Ig. mobile home. Completely re-
deowrated. fully carpeted, 3 bdms, 2 ba.. liv. rm,
Ig. porch. landscaped lawn, new central heating
and cooling unit. Includes all drapes, carpeting.
kitchen appliances and storage shed. Must see to
appreciate. Ith St.


,-Port-St.'Joe Lovely 3 bdrm., 1/2 bath home in
pleasant neighborhood (walking distance from
schools). Formal liv. rm., din. rm., panelled den,
new carpet thruout. Drapes included. Featuring
ERA's one year home warranty. Good financing.
Cypress Ave.


Port St. Joe. Prestigious home, on 3 beautifully
landscaped lots. 3 bdrm. brick construction with
plenty of room for comfort and activity. Screen.
ed porch, double garage and carport. Call today
for appt. to see this lovely home. 17th St.


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I. II- =, IPort St. Joe. Comfortable homeon 21lovely0lots. 2
% A- "U I ^Mexico Beach. Two story, 3 bdrm. frame house or 3 bdrms. (one could be T.V. or sewing rm.)
Mexico Beach. 2 bdrms. 1 ba. cottage 2 blocks with sun deck, 3 blks. from beach. Yard with Ig. eat-in kitchen plus dining rm, liv. rm and Ig.
rom Gulf. Lg. screened porch & fireplace, trees and chain link fence. Modern kitchen, self closed in garage for great room, shop or
cleaning oven, heat pump & air conditioner. I whatever the need. Woodward Ave.
lVirginia Ave.


Port St. Joe. 3 bdrm. brick home with lots of
room. Beautiful corner lot In very desirable
neighborhood. Call for complete Information.
Juniper Ave.


exico Be ,. For discriminating buyers only: Mexico Beach. Vacation Cottage 1 bdrm. with Port St. Joe. 3 bdrm. home in excellent condition
is custr built home has all the wanted unfinished area. Screened porch, Ig. lot with on 2 lots. Nice neighborhood, centrally located to
atures, rms include 3 bdrms, 2 ba., 2 car metal storage bldg. Equipped kitchen, heat schools, churches, and town. Call for appoint-
rage,greatrm., kit.-screen porch. On 2 lots. pump and air conditioner. 3 blks. from Gulf. ment. McClellan Ave.
n. h&a. Virginia Ave.

ST. JOE BEACH

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St. Joe Beach. 3 bdrm. frame house, nice lot,
furnished. Assumable mortgage.


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C. M. PARKER, Realtor
FRANCES C. "Inky" PARKER,
Realtor Assoc.
CATHEY P. THURSDAY, Realtor
Assoc., After hours 648-8200


picture was made at a reception following
honors day ceremonies recently.


Wewahitchka. 2 bdrm. mobile home with 10'x30'
added room. Ideal fish camp or starter home.
Furnished and ready to go. Metal storage
building included. Douglas Landing.


Red Bull Island lots. $3.000.00. Beautiful 100'x
125' lots near Chipola River.
Mobile home on Ig. corner waterfront lot on the
Chipola River. 3 bedroom, 1 be., liv. rm, kit. and
Ig. add-on room. Heat and a.C., Franklin fire.
place, carpet and drapes, storage buildnig. Some
financing available.


See Us Today

for All

Your Real


Estate Needs


BEACH LOTS
Waterfront
2 large beachfront lots. Excellent Investment
property, good locations. Mexico Beach.
Commercial
3 choice lots in Mexico Beach. Each one state.
gically located for easy access-all 3 situated on
Hwy. 98.
Beachside Lots
Several lots on paved roads with close proximity
to Gulf. Ideal for income investment. From'
$18,500.00.
Mexico Beach Lots
Many lots to choose from for permanent or
vacation living. Priced from S3.S00.00 to
$14,000.00. ea.

75' x 100' LOTS on canal. Build your own home
and boat dock at rear door. Only minutes to open
Gulf. 38th St. S14,000.00.
ACREAGE MEXICO BEACH
IV2 acres on 20th St., S15.000.00.

APALACHICOLA-3 75xl21' lots in Gulf Colony
Subdivision. One has septic tank, one has well.


VIC ADKISON, Realtor Assoc.,
After hours 648-5877
ERNEST E. (Edd) WYSONG,
Realtor Assoc.,
After hours 648-5607


I "Real Estate Specialists for Over 30 Years". Call us for information
rnt on these and other homes as well as a large inventory of lots and-
rentals-weekly or monthly.


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