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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 21, 1981
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


THE


FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. NUMBER 38


STAR


Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1981


Beaches In Florida


2 0TU Per Cop


20t Per Copy


TAMMY ROYCE BUTTS
High Honor Graduate


LAURA COLLINSWORTH
High Honor Graduate


DEBORAH KAY DUNIGAN
High Honor Graduate


FRANCES ISAACKS
High Honor Graduate


JOHN JOSEPH KERIGAN
High Honor Graduate


DONALD JAY McARDLE
High Honor Graduate


LISA ANN MAIDEN DINA LYNNE PARKER
High Honor Graduate High Honor Graduate


County Schools Graduating 178 Seniors


S- Port St. Joe High Has 128 Grads


TINA RENE PIERCE ELIZABETH POLLOCK
High Honor Graduate High Honor Graduate


LISA ANN RAY
High Honor Graduate


BENJAMIN SASS LAURIE YENT SMITH STACEY LYNN THARP
High Honor Graduate High Honor Graduate High Honor Graduate


Mayhann Goes On Trial


for First

After spending nearly 10
hours selecting a jury, the
trial of Charles Mayhann of
Wewahitchka finally got, un-
derway Tuesday afternoon at
nearly 5:00 p.m.
Mayhann, a Wewahitchka
business man is charged with
first degree murder in the
shooting death of Michael
Berry, age 20, of Panama
City.
The 12 jurors and other
prospects were all questioned
by the attorneys in the judge's
,&chamber in the jury selection
'"process. The selection took so
long due to the fact that so
many of the jurors knew
Mayhann and the prosecution
and defense went through a
host of prospective jurors



Hutto Is

Coming

for Visit
U.S. Congressman Earl
Hutto will be in Port St. Joe
next Tuesday, visiting with
his constituents.
Hutto will be in the
Commission meeting
room in the courthouse at
6:30 p.m., and continuing
his visit until around 7:00
p.m.
Hutto will be available to
talk with anyone who has a
problem with the federal
government during his
visit.
Light refreshments will
be served during the social
period.


Degree

before they finally arrived at a
selection of 12 who they felt
,could arrive at an unbiased
decision in the case.
The first witness to take the
stand, Carl McNeill, 19, of
Panama City, a witness for
the prosecution, finally went
on the stand Tuesday after-
noon at 3:40 and was question-
ed until adjournment time at
5:00 p.m. McNeil was to
resume his testimony on Wed-
nesday morning when court,
convened.
McNeill told a tale of
himself, the victim and three
others who had spent a 24-hour
period going from bar to bar
drinking and finally wound up
in Wewahitchka at a fish camp
before going to Daves Bar in


PE


VMurder

Wewahitchka to continue their
drinking spree. The shooting
allegedly took place outside in
front of the bar in the early
morning hours of January 18.
Testimony had not progres-
sed to the point where a reason
for the shooting was revealed
at press time Wednesday.
McNeil had testified Tuesday
that Berry and a group were
"messing around" outside the
bar, when Mayhann walked up
and the shooting occurred.
The trial is expected to last
until Friday or possibly Satur-
day of this week. A total of 30
witnesses have been called to
testify in the trial.
Judge Larry Bodiford is
presiding over the proceed-
ings.


Interest Due On


Taxes Monday


Friday, May 22 at 5 p.m., is
the deadline for paying real
property tax bills in Gulf-
County and taking advantage
of the four percent discount.
Taxpayers still have until
June 22 to pay taxes before the
tax rolls are advertised for tax
sale, according to Tax Collec-
tor, Eda Ruth Taylor. Those
paying taxes between Friday,
May 22 to June 22 must pay a
three percent penalty.
Those delinquent accounts
which are not paid by June 22
can then be .put up for a tax
certificate title sale.
Tax certificates will be sold
on the property in the arrears
to pay the amount due for the
1980 taxes. That amount set


for tax sales also includes
cost, interest and prorated
advertising as well as the
taxes due.
Certificates will not be sold
if the property tax is paid by
the date of the sale.
Purchasing a tax certificate
does not give the purchaser
clear title to the property,
however. What purchasers
have after they buy a tax
certificate is a lien against the
property for approximately
two years and not an actual
-deed.
After a two-year period,
holders of the tax certificates
may then file a tax deed
(Continued un Page 3)


Graduation exercises will be
presented for the 178 seniors
graduating from Gulf Coun-
ty's two high schools, begin-
ning Sunday and continuing
through Tuesday, according to
Walter Wilder, Superinten-
dent of Schools.
In Port St. Joe, Baccalaure-
ate services will be held in the
Coliseum of the high school
Sunday evening at 8:00 p.m.,
for the 128. seniors graduating
from Port St. Joe High School.
Rev. Ernest Barr, pastor of
the Pentecostal Holiness
Church will be delivering the
Baccalaureate address.
Others on the program will
be Rev, Ted Corley, Long
Avenue Baptist Church, giv-
ing the Invocation; Rev. Wil-
liam Smith, Beach Baptist
Chapel, scripture reading;
Rev. James Williams, New:
Bethel A.M.E., giving the'
prayer; -Rev. Bill Heaton,:
First Baptist Church, giving
the Benediction.
Port St. Joe Highi School
band will furnish the music
and the school concert choir
will sing.
GRADUATION
Graduation services will be
held Monday night at 8:00
p.m., also in the Coliseum.
Port St. Joe High School will
graduate 14 high honor gradu-
ates this year, with the high
honor grads selecting two of
their number to speak at the
exercises.
The high honor graduates
are: Tammy Royce Butts,
Laura Susan Collinsworth,
Deborah Kay Dunigan, Fran-
ces Elaine Isaacks, John
Joseph Kerigan, Jr., Donald
Jay McArdle, Lisa Ann Mai-
den, Dina Lynne Parker, Tina
Rene Pierce, Elizabeth El-
dora Pollock, Lisa Ann Ray,
Benjamin Franklin Sass,
Laurie Yent Smith and Stacey


Lyrn Tharpe.
Speaking for the graduates
will be John Joseph Kerigan,
Jr. and Laura Collinsworth,
who will develop the theme:
"Ye Are the Salt of the
Earth", Matthew 5:13.
Other high honor graduates
on the program include:
Elainet Issacks giving the
Invocation; Beth Pollock,
leading in the pledge to the
flag; Dina Parker, giving the
class president's address;
Tina Pierce, leading the class
in singing the Alma Mater;
and Laurie Smith giving the
Benediction.
Graduating with honors
are: Randy Bartow Atchison,
Donna Marie Bailey, Christine
Pleshette Batson, Paula Cyn-
thia Besore, John Pinckney
Bush, Leslie Catherine Costin,


Teresa Lynn Cox, Barbara
Ann Deeson, Frederick Alan
Griffin, Clarence Jackson
Harris, Virginia Ellen Hill,
Steven Wyatt Hughes, Linda
Ann Jackson, Catherine Jean
McFarland, Timothy Wayne
Montgomery, Cynthia Arlene
Murdock, Deborah Patterson
Bouington, Kenneth Earl
Peak, Joseph Jackson Pippin,
Jr., Timothy Dewayne Pope,
William Mark Powell, Brenda
Diane Sasser, Mary Lou Sew-
ell, Donna Lynn Singletary,
Charles Howard Stephens, Jr.,
Tiffany Marie Swatts, Ralph
Gregory Thompson, Steven
Todd Wilder, Barton Thomas
Wood and Peggy Suzanne
Wright.
The class will be presented
by Principal Edwin Williams
and Superintendent of Schools


Walter Wilder will award the
diplomas.
Student .achievement
awards will be given by:
Richard Zyski, Rotary Club;
Billy Branch, I.L.A. Local 1713
and 1564; George Tapper,
Tapper academic award; Ken
Herring, Kiwanis Club; David
Roche, Lions Club; Larry
McArdle, Jaycees and George
Tapper, Gulf Coast Commun-
ity College.
The Port St. Joe High School
band will play, "Pomp and
Circumstance" as the Seniors
advance into the coliseum and
"Marche Regalis" as they
exit. The band is under the
direction of Dan, Crews.
Graduating seniors are:
Robert Lee Addison, Timothy
Lawrence Ahrent, William Joseph Allen,
Sydna Young Anchors, Randy Bartow
Atchison, Charles Wesley Atkins, Donna


Marie Bailey, James Ellis Bailey, Jerry
Keith Barnes, Sylvia Louise Barnes,
Christine Pleshette Batson, Christopher
Patrick Batson, Paula Cynthia Besore,
Steven Ernest Branson, David Gregory
Bray, Thomas Allen Brock, James
Jonathan Brown, Samuel A. Brown,
Sara Jayne Brownell, Ginger Annette
Burge, Donna Kay Burrows, Brian Keith
Burkett, John Pinckney Bush, Charles
Calvin Butler, Tammy Royce ButtS. "- ,
Teresa Diane Cannington, Herbert
Conrad Caphart, Gwendolyn Cherry,
Edward Kelvin Cherry, Ralph William
Clark III, Laura Susan Collinswortf,
Leslie Catherine Costin, Teresa Lynn
Cox, Barbara Ann Deeson, Deborah Kay
Dunigan, Jacqueline Fennell, Shelila
Renee Farmer, Malcolm Eugdne
Floore, JoAnne Lynn Freeman, Jeffery
Levant Gainer, Phyllis Alfreda Gainer,
David Clifton Gainous, Daryl Aaron
Garland.
Sandra Lorraine Gay, Roland S.
Givens, Frederick Alan Griffin, Cynthia
Elaine Haddock, James Lisenby Hanlon,
Jr., Clarence Jackson Harris, Rhonda
May Harrison, Kathleen Henderson,
Mary Angela Hicks, Virginia Ellen Hill,
Steven Wyatt Hughes,. Frances Elaine
Isaacks, Linda Ann Jackson, Jay Tyrone
(Continued on Page 3)


50 Getting Diplomas In Wewa


Wewahitchka High Schoolf
will have Baccalaureate ser-
vices Sunday evening in the
school auditorium at 8:00
p.m., and graduation exer-
cises Tuesday evening at 8:00
p.m., in the auditorium for 50
seniors.
Wewahitchka's two high
honor graduates will give the
main addresses for the eve-
.ning. Lynn Gwenette Owens,
Valedictorian and Debra Sue
Walburn, Salutatorian, will
give the addresses.
Graduating with honors will
be: Darwin Glen Borntrager,
Calvin Grady Dean, Jr.,
Charles Wayne Grice, John
Keith Hanlon, Cameron Doyle
Land, Christopher Anthony
Rouse, Timothy Lamar Taun-
ton, Trezia LaRue Huddle-
ston, Trudye Lee Huddleston
and Linda Jo Traylor.


Trudye Huddleston, class
president will give the wel-
come address. Linda Traylor
will give the invocation and
Chris Rouse will lead in the
pledge of allegiance.
Principal Clayton Wooten
will recognize the honor gra-
duates, present the student
awards and present the senior
class.
Diplomas will be awarded
by Walter Wilder, Superinten-
dent of Schools.
Eddie Kemp will pronounce
the benediction.
The High School Band,
under the direction of Daniel
Gatlin will play for the Pro-
cessional and Recessional.
Special music will be given
by Mrs. Sonya Strange ac-
companied by Miss Debbie
Walburn.
Awards will be presented by


Mrs. Betty Ann Owens for the
D.A.R. and David Bidwell for


LYNN GWENETTE OWENS
High Honor Graduate


Gulf Coast Community Col-
(Continued on Page 3)


DEBRA SUE WALBURN
High Honor Graduate


Tax Question On Tuesday Ballot


Voters in the City of Port St. Joe will have two
questions on the ballot Tuesday, which will be of
great importance to the future of the city.
A second primary election Tuesday, will
feature a run-off election between Alton Fennell
and David Horton for a seat on the City
Commission. Horton and Fennell were the top
vote-getters out of a field of three candidates in the
first primary election held two weeks ago.
The winner in Tuesday's run-off will serve on
the board for one year, finishing out the term of the
late John Robert Smith. Both Fennell and Horton
are first-time candidates in city politics. Fennell is
an employee of St. Joe Paper Company and Horton
is an employee of the Apalachicola Northern
Railroad. Both candidates have been active in
civic services for several years.
The polls will open at 7:00 a.m., on Tuesday
morning and remain open until 7:00 p.m. The City


Fire Station will be the polling place.
Two weeks ago, nearly 1,200 of the City's 2,700
registered voters went to the polls in what had been
a low-key campaign. More are expected to cast
their ballots in the run-off Tuesday.
SECOND QUESTION
A second question of equal importance will be
on the ballot Tuesday, when the electorate will vote
on whether or not to give the City Commission the
power to reduce or eliminate ad valorem taxes for
any new industry moving into Port St. Joe or a
present industry which expands substantially. The
tax relief would be for a period of up to five years.
The State of Florida recently gave local
government this option, with approval by the
people, to attract more jobs to Florida.
Other counties and cities in the Panhandle
have already given their governing bodies this
authority to attract new industry to North Florida.


Port St. Joe will vote on giving the same power to
their Commission Tuesday and the county will vote
on June 2 to give the authority to the County
Commission on June 2.
The approval of the authority does not mean an
automatic tax deduction or elimination for any
new industry which moves into the city or county.
Approval of the measure gives the local
government the power to give tax relief if it is
deemed the proper thing do under the circum-
stances.
Approval of the measure would give the
Commission the authority to give property tax
relief in any degree up to 100 percent for a period
up to five years or any portion of time less than five
years.
Bay and Washington counties have already
given this authority to their boards and are already
reaping results from the tax relief capability.


The City Commission was
concerned with vicious dogs
and empty run-down buildings
in its meeting Tuesday night.
With several complaints
from local citizens about
several biting and otherwise
vicious dogs on their hands,
the Commission searched
their dog ordinance to see
what could be done about the
problem. The ordinance was a
bit hazy about steps to take in
the matter, so Mayor Frank


Pate instructed attorney Billy
Joe Rish to meet with the
state's attorney to see what
powers the City might have in
solving 'the problem.
The Commission has had
complaints from the Garrison
Avenue area about dogs bit-
ing, chasing people and gen-
erally making vicious at-
tacks on adults and children
alike. Several reports were
received of people being bit-
ten.


"We can't have vicious dogs
running loose on our streets",
Mayor Pate remarked.
Police Chief Roy Robinson
said some of the dog owners
had been approached about
the matter and advised to put
them up according to the
City's leash law which re-
quires that all pets be kept
under control or under re-
straint. Robinson went on to
say the dog catcher had tried
to catch some of the dogs


complained about, but that
they successfully eluded all
efforts to catch them.
The Commission was unan-
imous in wanting to find some
legal way to either have the
dogs restrained or take other
measures.
In the matter of run-down
buildings, Mayor Pate report-
ed a problem on Avenue D in
North Port St. Joe and Com-
missioner Wesley R. Ramsey
(Continued on Page 3)


The Gulf County Adult
School Graduation Exercises
will be Thursday evening,
May 28th at 8:00 P.M. in the
Port St. Joe High School
Gymnasium. Diplomas will be
presented by Mr. B. Walter
Wilder, Superintendent of
Schools and a representative
from the Florida Department
of Education will be the guest
speaker.
Everyone is cordially in-
vited to attend.


CityAdult Class

Vicious Dogs Trouble City Graduating


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Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MAY 21. 1981


Playing politics is a funny
S game, but politics as it is being
--played with the continuation of a
7 committee to manage the water
levels in the Dead Lakes are being
played funnier than we have ever
seen them before.
In this particular game, we
S :ave a Representative in Tallahas-
see, taking care of a strictly local
problem and insisting on support-
ing a local bill which local
government officials tell him they
want killed.
Another strange political move
about the same subject came when
-.the Gulf County Commission asked
the Legislator in the first place to
.pass a local bill giving them
complete' control over the lakes.
..Why they even want control over
t::'the lakes is beyond us. It was so
i-much more comfortable and politi-
.,ally handy to have an independent
"committee, free of political ties and
-Iresponsiblity, running the affairs
;of the Dead Lakes. Control by the
County Commission will give them
.."4ust one more thing to catch flack
or.
But, the Commission did ask
5 the Legislator to pass the bill and it'
was duly drawn up and advertised
' Jor the prescribed 30 days before
!lthe bill was introduced.
Then, another county, which
has only a minimal acquaintance


S Don't Sh


SThe Way O

All of us here in Port St. Joe are
losing a good citizen at the end of
:; this month.
Reverend Johnie McCurdy,
L" pastor at the Methodist Church is
Being transferred to Alabama.
For the most part, the Metho-
dists have been blessed with good
pastors here in Port St. Joe, but we
7 think we will get no argument to
S the position that Rev. McCurdy has
been head and shoulders above all
the rest, so far as being a first class
S citizen of our community is con-
"' cerned.
a The good preacher has been
actively involved in the community
and its affairs and has always
expressed the spiritual aspect of
4. whatever he has been involved in.
there has never been a time when
it was not clear that Rev. Johnie
has been concerned with matters
spiritual when dealing with what-


with the lakes decides they want
the bill amended to give them equal
authority over the lakes and their
future. The Legislator, Leonard
Hall, accepted the amendment and
proceeded with his intentions of
passing a local bill for Gulf County,
but using a version Gulf County
didn't ask for and doesn't want
now.

That's a strange way to handle
a local matter.

Representative Hall says he
asked for an expression about the
proposed amendment from Gulf
County officials, but the sand they
are raising now leads us to believe
they hardly expressed a willing-
ness for Representative Hall to add
the amendment. Even so, the
amended local bill wasn't the one
advertised. Even if the local
government did assent to the
amendment, the people of Gulf
County had not been notified of a
change in the proposed bill in a
legal manner and it shouldn't be
considered until, next year at the
earliest after public input could be
considered.

We think Representative Hall
would better serve his constituency
here in Gulf County if he were to
kill the local bill, as hewas asked to
do, until it could be considered
further by the ones who asked for it
in the first place.



ow Johnie


u of Town

ever he happens to be inoledmn.
We have had the privilege of
having Rev. Johnie in our commun-
ity for a long time: a long time for a
Methodist minister's tenure. We
hope Rev. Johnie has profited by
his association with us just half as
much as we have profited by
having him here.
Wherever he goes in the future,
we hope he remembers Port St. Joe
as Port St. Joe will surely
remember him on the best of
terms.
Our only hope to keep Johnie
here is in his much publicized
affinity for losing his way when he
starts on a trip. Maybe he will lose
his way when he is scheduled to
leave and somehow, wind up right
here in Port St. Joe again. If he
asks the way out of town, don't tell
him. We need him here.


Nearly Half of Gulf's Roads Bad


Hall Supporting



Unpopular Bill


accounted for 18.6 percent of
the state budget. By 1981 it had
dropped to 10.2 percent.
"When you make budget
comparisons these days,
Cobb said, "it is of little value
to talk in terms of actual
appropriations because the
value of the dollar has been so
deflated. The only accurate
comparison is to talk in terms
of real dollars-dollars
measured by the cost of living
index, in which the 1967 dollar
is the starting base."


Cobb noted that state
appropriations for transporta-
tion in 1971 were $526 million.
But with an inflation index of
123 percent, that amounted to
only $426 million in "real
dollars".
In 1981, the transportation
budget was $878 million. But
the inflation index of 260
percent reduces this amount
to $338 million real dollars.
"That's a drop in real
transportation dollars of 21
percent in ten years," Cobb


Chub Likes It Here


Dear Wes:
Please permit me to use
your medium while I make
noises like a charter member
of the local Chamber of
Commerce, and try to thank
my many friends.
I recently spent a period of
some 11 days in Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital for sur-
gery on the arteries of my
legs. I should like to thank all
of the wonderful people of our
city and county who were so
vitally concerned about my


well-being. I am personally
convinced that the prayers
and supplications of my host
of friends have played a major
part in my recovery thus far.
The long distance phone calls,
the personal visits and the
many cards and letters are
much enjoyed and appre-
ciated.
Wes, when I first came to
Gulf County, a short 20 years
ago I was given a welcome
home greeting that has stuck
through the years. Now that I


have seen just a little more of
that hospitality and love you
can rest assured that there is
no other place around the
globe that I would prefer to
live for as long as the Good
Lord allots me.
Thanks, Wes, for letting me
write this little memo, and
please good people, accept
this as a way of saying thanks
to you for being so wonderful
to me.
Sincerely and Respectfully,
F. E. "Chub" Brogdon


said. "Meanwhile, our popula-
tion increased by 2.5 million
from seven to 9.5 million".
"Based on DOT estimates,
our state urgently needs an
additional $300 million-or its
equivalent in 1981 dollars-for
the foreseeable future," Cobb
said. "That's our only
solution".
"It costs approximately
$74,000 to provide one lane-
mile of road-but in ten years
inflation is projected to push
the cost to at least $250,964."


Cobb said.
"When you look at how
much our outdated trans-
portation system costs us, you
see we must do something
now," Cobb said. "It is time
for concerned citizens to join
together to see that our
transportation crisis is speed-
ily resolved."

The oldest letter is "0" un-
changed in shape since its
adoption into the Phoeni-
cian alphabet C. 1300 B.C..


We Get Letters



McCurdy Served Well


Dear Wesley:
The Methodist of Port St.
Joe have done many things to
improve the moral and spirit-
'ual tone of our community.
One of the best things they
have done was to bring the
Reverend Johnie McCurdy
here as their pastor and
community servant for the
past several years. Brother
McCurdy will soon be leaving


the local church to serve in
another area. Many of us of
various denominations have
loved and admired him, we
appreciate his friendly and
loving spirit. He has been very
cooperative and helpful to all
of our area ministers. We will
miss him and the service he
rendered.
Sincerely,
J. C. Odum


When Fh

WHO WOULD HAVE ever thought
that Florida would be telling its people
to reduce their consumption of water by
25 percent?
== Floridi is fabled to be a land
abounding in water. Lakes everywhere.
Rivers and creeks by the thousands. A
land with an economy based largely on
the provision of water sports and
activities for millions of tourists every
y. tear.
Florida running out of water?
That's like Rockerfeller running
South of money.
It doesn't seem possible.
Here in our portion of the state, we
are not affected so much by the water
Shortage now spreading across the
state because of the unusual drought.
2 Even the great expanse of water at
-: A.ake Okeechobee in the Everglades are
drying up because of lack of rainfall.
Florida can't help a lack of rainfall.
No laws in the legislature will help that
situation. Still, Florida isn't accustom-
'e~l to running out of water. We have
Always had plenty.
Now, the central portion of the state
is caving in as the limestone caverns


oridians Have to Cut Back On Water Use, ItIs Surely Dry


underground collapse because of a lack
of water to hold them up.
When a state with the abundance of
water supplies such as exist in the state
of Florida begins to feel the water





ETAO1





pinch, it is dry, dry, dry!
The next thing you know, we'll be
raising horned toads.

DID YOU HEAR the one about the
ethnic minority member (of which
there are a lot in Chicago but only one
prime example here in Port St. Joe)
who accidentally locked his keys up in
the car?


"No", you say, "I haven't heard the
one about the ethnic minority member
who accidentally locked his keys up in
the car. What about him?"
It took him three hours to get his


family out.
.. Or... .do you know why it is that
this same ethnic minority doesn't eat M
and M's?
Again, you're supposed to say, "No,
why doesn't this ethnic minority eat M
and M's?"
The answer is obvious. They're too
hard to peel!
The first bit of information is


courtesy Bo Boyette and the second
courtesy that same lone representative
of the discussed ethnic minority whb
lives here in Port St. Joe and doesn't eat
M and M's.


DURING THE PAST months while
we have had to become use to riding the
equivalent of one of those mechanical
bulls every time we get out on Highway
71 driving or riding in a car, we thought
no one else in the state knew or cared of
our plight here in Gulf County.
Like so many people who have
problems, we thought the entire world


was ignorant of our plight and cared
less whether we made it to one end of 71
to the other all in one piece or not.
But, somebody does care. The
Citizens for Better Transportation care,
or so they tell us.
These citizens notified the world by
a news release last week that Gulf
County has more than 49 per cent
(that's about as close to half as you can
get without going overboard) of its
highways either substandard or obso-
lete.
That's not news to us, but then we
are responsible for riding on them,
paying taxes to get them repaired and
having that tax paid in gobbled up for
some other project.
These same citizens also say that
. only a quarter of the state's roads are in
the same unfortunate condition. That.
makes us quite a ways below the state
standards a position which should
earn us some attention. At least it
should get us some attention before
1985, when the DOT says it will take its
first look at Highway 71.
Back in the old days when the state


and federal government took care of all
the problems, Gulf couldn't get many of
these "free" goodies because our per
capital income was supposedly too high.
Then, when the state school money
allotment was changed to consider t
cost of living, Gulf was penalized aga
using the excuse that our county was
the most economical county in the state
in which to live. Now, our roads are in a
mess and the DOT says there is no
money to pay for repairs to the road.
As rich as our county is supposed to
be, it must pay a lot of taxes. And, if it is
so economical to live here in Gulf
County, the cost of road repair must be
lower too, allowing the DOT to scrape
up enough money to purchase a
bargain.
I didn't believe those fairy tales
when they were told and I don't believe
them now. The truth is that Gulf County
is a small county nestled off in the lower
bulge of the panhandle. We're easy to
forget or put off till everybody else is
taken care of.
We seem right handy, though, when
election time comes around and people
start hunting votes.


Tides

High and low tides for St.
Joseph's Bay for the upcom-
ing week are shown in the tide
table below, furnished by the
U. S. Weather Bureau in Apa-
lachicola. Times are based
on a 24-hour clock, and height


is feet above or below the
mean water line.


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


High Ht. Low Ht.
1210 1.5 2243 -2
1246 1.6 2329
1345 15 0
1404 1.5 2400 .1
1450 1.4
1533 1.3 133 .0
1601 1.1 205 .1
1137 .9 210 .3


More than 49 percent of the
state's primary road system
in Gulf County is substandard
or obsolete and 11 of its 26
bridges are in ieed of im-
mediate repair or replace-
ment.
"Gulf County is a prime
example of the deterioration
of our state transportation
system over the past ten
years," said Charles E. Cobb,
Jr., president of the Citizens
for Better Transportation.
CBT is a newly formed
coalition of state business
leaders concerned about
Florida's deteriorating road
and bridge network.
An analysis by CBT of
Florida Department of Trans-
portation. data shows that 84
lane-miles of Gulf's total 170
lane-miles are either
structurally or operationally
deficient. The unit "lane-
miles" represents the length
of the roadway multiplied by
the number of lanes: ten miles
of two-lane road would equal
20 lane-miles.
"The problem of the road
and bridge deterioration isn't
confined to just Gulf County
alone", said Cobb, chief ex-
ecutive officer of Arvida Corp.
"It is a statewide crisis of
mushrooming proportions."
He pointed out that:
7,163 miles of highway,
more than one quarter of the
state's primary system, are in
need of repair or reconstruc-
tion.
More than 1,500 of the state
road system's 5,100 bridges
are in need of major repair or
replacement.
Florida is the last in the
nation in completion of the
interstate system with 310
miles uncompleted and her
system may never be finished.
Why have Florida's roads
and bridges fallen in such
disrepair?
"The answer is simple",
said Cobb. "In terms of real
dollars, per capital spending
on transportation has been cut
in half during the last
decade."
. 'Qur,, research shows that
perciita spendipg'fe.im ,.
$60 in 1971 to opily $3,0 in
1981," he said. "As a result,
routine repair on streets and
bridges has been badly
neglected and this alarming
decline has created a cnsis
In 1971, transportation


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THE STAR, Port 7t. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1981


PAGE THREE


9Speaker Tells Rotary Local



Treatment Is "Well Run"


Rod Westall, a representa-
tive of Russell and Axon,
engineers, spoke to the Rotary
Club last Thursday, telling the
club of the problems of
operation with the City's
Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Westall's firm has just com-
pleted a two year study of the
plant and its operation in
preparation to making recom-
mendations on how to correct
the plant's problems.
The speaker said the Port
St Joe plant was unique. Built


when the technology was still
young, the method of treat-
ment of wastes is good. The
problem with the plant is that
it has never functioned :as
required by DER and EPA,
most because of design con-
cepts thought to work, which
didn't when put together.
"The most obvious problem
is dthe incinerator", Westall
said. "This piece of machin-
ery didn't work from the first
day it was installed and hasn't
since." The incinerator was


Dr. Eulogio Vizcarra

Announces the Opening of His Office
In Mexico Beach On Monday, May 18.
The Office Will be Located On Hwy. 98
next to the Fiesta Shopping Center.

OFFICE HOURS:
He will have morning office hours from 10
a.m. to 12 a.m. and after 5 p.m. by appoint-
ment. He will maintain his regular office
hours in Port St. Joe from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Fridays.

Phone 648-8274 or 229-8475 for
Mexico Beach.

Phone 229-8258 for Port St. Joe


designed to burn up dry sludge
from the treatment process.
The sludge is currently being
hauled off and spread through
the woods and used as an aid
to grow trees.
The main problem with the
plant is that it is having
trouble meeting discharge
permits, which are more
stringent thao requirements
of similar plants throughout
the area. Although the plant
meets its permits on an
average figure, it goes over on
occasion for a day at a time
more than the EPA or DER
would like for it too.
Westall said this problem
would take about nine or ten
changes to correct, all of
which will cost around a total
of $2 million, "Which is cheap
at the price", he said.
Westall said that on the


positive side, some of the
problems the plant faces are
already being corrected, not-
ably testing a solution for the
leaking dike and addressing
the problem of accumulating
sludge in the 70 .'cre settling
lagoon. Westall told the Rotar-
ians, "This is one of the better
managed plants our firm has.
ever worked with and we have
worked with a lot of them".
Westall went on to say that
effluent from the plant has at'
least met the original goal of
the environmental people.
"The effluent has not damag-
ed the receiving waters in any
way". Westall pointed out that
according to daily records
kept since before the plant
was built, the quality of the
bay waters has actually im-
proved drastically since the
plant went into operation.


CETA Office to Taking Names

for Summer Employment


Applications will be taken
for the Gulf County CETA
Summer Program on June
3rd, 4th and 5th at the Gulf
County CETA Office between
the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00
p.m. Applications will be
taken in Wewahitchka on June
8th and 9th at the
Wewahitchka High School
from 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon.


Applicants must bring
social security cards, proof of
age (birth certificate) and
proof of family income. An
application will not be taken
oh any individual without the'
above documents.


Forty percent of the average
American diet consists of fat.


Continued from Page 1


Vicious Dogs


(Continued from Page 1)
told of another falling down
building on Avenue C, which
needed the attention of either
the owners or the City.
Pate said the house on
Avenue D had been unoccu-
pied for a long time, was in a
state of falling down and the
property all grown up with
weeds and other debris. The
house on Avenue C had been
partially torn down and the
remainder just left to fall
down.
Attorney Rish was instruct-
ed to write letters to the
owners and instruct them to
clean up the property, or the
City would remove the build-
ings and take out a lien
against the property involved.
Other than these two prob-
lems, the Commission faced a
very light agenda at its
meeting Tuesday.
After requesting the Depart-
ment of Transportation to do
something about the corner of
Fifth Street and Highway 98,
the DOT advised the Commis-
sion Tuesday, they would
paint some "No Parking"
signs on the south side of the
intersection beside the Motel
St. Joe.
The problem is that when
cars are parked in the last
place on Fifth Street, large
trucks can't make the corner
with safety.
The Commission also grant-


ed a variance to Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Fowler, allowing them
to encroach by a few feet on
the side set-oack line of their
property to build a garage on
the side of their home. There
were no objections to the
variance.
Several surplus items were

Interest

On Taxes
(Continued from Page 1)
application with the tax col-
lector's office.
But during that two-year
period, the property owner
may pay off the lien and the
expenses and interest and
retain their land.
The tax collector then noti-
fies the holder of the tax
certificate of this and pays off
the costs to the holder.
If the tax certificate is held
seven years without any ac-
tion taken on it, the deed then
falls back to the county.
Property owners can avoid
all this and interest too by
paying their taxes by tomor-
row. After that date, interest
is applied against the tax bill
by the Tax Collector in the
amount of three percent until
the tax bill is paid or the tax
bill is advertised.


approved for sale at bid. The
items, located at the Waste-
water Treatment Plant, inc-
clude such items as two Jeep
engines, a Cincinnati milling
machine and miscellaneous
metal equipment and sup-


plies which have been declar-
ed surplus.
The Commission gave Clerk
Alden Farris authority to
advertise for the purchase of
two new office model type-
writers.


Port St. Joe Graduation


(Continued from Page 1)
Jacobs, Rozelle Jenkins, John Joseph
Kerigan, Jr., Michael Wade Kilbourn,
Ricky Duane Larry.
Frances Elizabeth LeHardy, Carolyn
Susie Lavorn Lewis, Scott Alan Lucas,
Kathleen Hope Lyles, William Michael
Lynch, Teresa Ann Lynn, Donald Jay
McArdle, Larry Gene McClamma,
Catherine'Jean McFarland, Lisa Ann
Maiden, Tina Marie Mangum, Barbara
Sue Marshall, Timothy Wayne Mon-
tgomery, Steve Thomas Mork, Cynthia
Arlene Murdock, Ronald Lee Nichols,
Lizzie. Renae Nickson, James Alan
Oakley, Forest Kendall Osbourn, Dina
Lynne Parker, Richard Clarke Parker,
Ricky Lewis Parson, Deborah Patterson
Bouington, Kenneth Earl Peak, Tina
Rene Pierce.
Joseph Jackson Pippin, Jr., John Fit-
zgerald Pittman, Bobby Gene Plair, Jr.,


Elizabeth Eldora Pollock, Timothy De-
wayne Pope, Herbert Eugene Powell,
William Mark Powell, Karl Stanford
Price, Uoyd Price, Laurie Prince, Carl
Eugene Raffield, Lisa Ann Ray, Dorothy
Michelle Russ, Victoria Denise Sapp,
Benjamin Franklin Sass, Brenda Diane
Sasser, Mary Lou Sewell, Donna Lynn
Singletary.
Deborah Sue Smith, Laurie Yent
Smith, Rita Stafford, Otis Stallworth,
Jr., Charles Howard Stephens, Jr., Tif-
fany Marie Swatts, Stacey Lynn Tharpe,
Franklin Delano Thmas, Tommy Wayne
Thomas, Ralph Gregory Thompson,
Roger Clayton Tootle, Debra Roberts
Watson, Charlotte Ann Weimorts, Tom-
Ame Lee Welch, Ronald Keith White,
Savon May Whitfield, Steven Todd
Wilder, Pamela Renee Williams, Teresa
Williams, Paula Jawn Wingate, Barton
Thomas Wood, Peggy Suzanne Wright,
Marlene Lisa Young and James Samuel
Young.


Wewa Graduation


(Continued from Page 1)
lege Board of Trustees.
SThe graduating seniors in-
clude:
Fred Richard Adkins, Darwin Glen
Borntrager, Frederick Dean Bryant,
Cecil Erwin Chumney, Ricky Martin
Davis, Calvin Grady Dean, Jr., Mark
Andrew Feltrop, Charles Wayne Grice,
Marty Dewayne Hamm, John Keith
Hanlon, James Whitton Jensen, Lewis
Randolph Jones, Roger Clyde Jones, Ed-
die Allen Kemp, Russell Windell Kyser,
Cameron Doyle Land, Clyde Randell
McDaniel, Wllllie James Owens, Jr.,
Timothy Wade Pitts, David Mitchell
Rich, Jr., Christopher Anthony Rouse,


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Jane Parker, Carolyn Annette Peters,
Gencla Teresa Pippin, Dinah Mlaria
Stewart, Pamela Cecile Tharp, Linda Jo
Traylor, Debra Sue Walburn and Char-
main Lovette Williams.


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PAGE FOUR


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1981


Health Clinic Lists Hours for


Immunizations, Other Services


.. .





:. From left: Mrs. Wayne Stevens, Mrs. Frederick Cramer,
the honoree Miss Elizabeth Cramer, Mrs. James Belln, Mrs.
Kenneth Herring, Mrs. Gerald Lewter and Mrs. James Me-


Shower Honors I
Miss Elizabeth Cramer, were Mrs. Sidney Anchor
HJune bride elect of Randal Mrs. Jimun Belin, Mrs. Leonai
Herring, was honored with a Belin, Mrs. Billy Howell, Mr
miscellaneous shower on May Gerald Lewter, Mrs. Jame
?9attheFirst United Methodis McQuaig, Mrs. Wayr
S. ,Church. Stevens and Mrs. Wayr
Hostesses for the occasion Taylor who presented Mi!


Optionsfor Women


Class Contemplated
A "Options for Women," a 785-3457.
,course dealing with decision The course will be a
S making and career choices, is informal, supportive sma
:being offered by Gulf Coast group designed to help womi
.Community College, with in transition identify need
r classes to be held in two of the assess strengths, weakness
Libraries of the Northwest occupational interest
S Regional Library System, explore alternatives, set goa
*'' emary Wyman is the and take positive steps towan
instructor. a more fulfilling and produ
r -The class is scheduled for tive life, according to tl
; Port. St. Joe Public Library college announcement. This
beginning May 29 for four not a lecture course, and there
weeks meeting every Friday is no fee.
from 10 to 1. Deadline for
S signing up for thiY-course wi south Day at
; be 4 p.m., Thursday, May 28. _
Library officials stressed that Ihia
Satleast 10 persons must sign Philadep
uj for the class, or the PhiladelphiaPrimitiveBa
series will not be tist Church will celebrate i
h1'- '---o-- annual Youth Anniversar
n Port St. Joe, call Jean Sunday May 24, beginning
S Faliskiatthelbrary,229-8879. 9:45 a.m. This year's them
The hours are Monday, 1-8 "Christian Youths Today, Re
p.m.; Tuesday and Friday, 9 flectors of Tomorrow", will b
aj.; to 5 p.m.; Thursday, 1-5 developed by Mrs. Carmer
p=n. and Saturday 9a.m. to 2 Morgan at the 11:00 a.m
'call Sandy service and Miss Lynn Whil
S. r call Sandy O'Brian at at the 3:00 p.m., service.
ay County Public Library, A day full of christia
fellowship has been planned
gospel Sing at and pastor, G. H. Wilson ar
this year's chairperson, Lind
College Park Miller, are inviting everyoi
out to witness this occasion
There will be a Gospel Sing
: at College Park Church of God CARD OF THANKS
in Wewahbitchka on Saturday, I want to thank my maq
May 23,-starting at 7:00 p.m. friends for the prayers, card
.: central time. flowers and visits during n
The 0 gos l sing will feature e nrpet illness


- Corner Stone Trio from
Blountstown along with local
talent.
Rev. Shelby Jetter invites
the public to attend.


Quaig. Hostesses not pictured were Mrs. Sidney Anchors,
Mrs. Leonard Belin, Mrs. Billy Howell and Mrs. Wayne
Taylor. -Star photo


Elizabeth Cramer


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Cramer with serving pieces of
her selected china. '
Miss. Karen King attended
the bride's book which was
placed on a table overlaid with
a white table cloth enhanced
by a crystal bud vase contain-
ing an arrangement of laven-
- der flowers. The refreshments
table was simply elegant with
a crystal punch bowl encircled


with lavender flowers and ivy.
Party foods were arranged on
silver trays.
The hostesses presented
Miss Cramer with a corsage of
lavender silk carnations. Mrs.,
Fred Cramer, mother of the
bride, and Mrs. Ken Herring,
mother of the groom, also
were presented corasages by
the hostesses.


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my stay in the hospital and
convalescence much easier.
May God richly bless you.
Mrs. Elaine Pridgeon


Young Port St. Joe residents
starting school next fall can
get their shots at the Health
Department clinic any Mon-
day morning from 8:30 to
11:30 or Wednesday afternoon
from 1:00 to 4:30, Mrs. Helen
Montgomery, Staff Assistant
at the Gulf County Health
Department, announced
today. While the kindergarten
set might not like their visits,
mothers were reminded the
sooner immunizations are fin-
ished, the sooner the law's
requirements are met.
Mrs. Montgomery also an-
nounced other clinic hours at
the Health Department lo-
cated at 401 Long Avenue as
follows: .
General Nursing Clinic:
Monday morning 8:30 to 11:30.
Medicaid Screening Clinic:
By appointment only, Wed-
nesday.
-General Nursing Clinic:
Wednesday afternoon 1:00 to
4:30.
Medical Clinic: Thursday
morning 8:00 to 12:00.
In Schools: On Friday.
WIC Clinics: By appoint-
ment only, call Apalachicola
653-9072 for appointment.
First and Third Mondays each

Debra Price,

Joey Neal Wed
Mrs. Betty Gay of Port St.
Joe would like to announce the
marriage of her daughter,
Debra Price, to Joey Neal of
Houston, Texas.
The couple was united on
May 9, in Donaldsonville,
Georgia,

Overstreet VFD

Having Sale
The Overstreet Volunteer
Fire Department will be hav-
ing a rummage and bake sale
on Saturday, May30 at Mexico
Beach from 10 a.m., EDT.
They are also offering tickets
for a handmade-rug, a wash-
basin and pitcher set which
were made and donated by
Mrs. Dot Guilford of Country
Charm Ceramics at. Over-
street aqd a crocheted clown
donated by Rose'Surber.
Date of awards will be
announced later.


month, 9:00 to 12:00 and 1:00
to 3:00.
Office hours are: 8:00 to
11:30 and 1:00 to 4:30 Monday
through Thursday and 8:00 to
12:00 Frida,. The office is
closed to the public every
Friday afternoon, for working
on records.
SERVICES OFFERED
INCLUDE:
During Nursing Clinics:
Monday &:30 to 11:30 and
Wednesday 1:00 to 4:30. Im-
munizations, Blood Pressures,
Pre-marital Blood Tests, Tu-
berculin Testing, Scales are
available for weighing and


First Monday each month:
Blood Sugar Tests, Family
Planning.
During Medical Clinics:
Thursday 8:00 to 12:00.
Family Planning, Pap
Smears, Veneral Disease
Tests and Treatment, Para-
site (worm) Treatment.
BIRTH CONTROL PILL
PICK-UPS (Refills) are avail-
able only on Mondays 8:00 to
11:30 and 1:00 to 4:30, Thurs-
days 8:00 to 12:00 when the
Family Planning Clerk is
working in Port St. Joe.
Environmental Health:
Most of the Environmental


Health Director's time is
spent "in the field" conduct-
ing investigations and inspec-
tions and investigations for
health purposes and collecting
samples for laboratory tests.
He is available for consulta-
tions between the hours of 8:00
and 9:00 every Monday, Wed-
nesday and Friday. Tuesday
and Thursday he works in
Wewahitchka. If you wish
personal service at another
time, call Mr. Schweikert and
make an appointment. The
telephone number is 227-1276
in Port St. Joe or 639-2644 in
Wewahitchka.


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PAGE i- ",


What Are Your True Colors?New Business


Four young Girl Scouts are shown prepar-.
ing for a Rummage Sale their troop is holding
this Saturday. From left the girls are: Marcy
0tSinlil_ M a<1i Ianor- l PChrist


held Saturday from nine a.m. to five p.m. min
the vacant lot between the Hickory House and
the Union 76 station on Highway 98. Proceeds
from the alen v~ill hln the troonn oan tn nisnv


Scouts Preparing for Sale
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brip ng, aMarcena -a rarer, urisy u tcBaew cp tcw UMLJZV
McDaniels and Wendy Groos. The sale will be World this summer. -Star photo


Method st Conerence Ma
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I The Annual Conference of
the Alabama West Florida
Conference of the United
Methodist Church will con-
vene at Huntingdon College in
Montgomery, Alabama, Sun-
day evening May 24. The
Communion Service .Sunday
evening will be held at Alders-
gate Church and the Ordina-
tion Service for new ministers
will be at First Church Mont-
gomery on Monday evening.
All other sessions will be at
Delchamps Center Hunting-
don College. Over 500
churches will be represented
by Minister and laymen.
Bishop Frank Robertson, will
preside over the conference
and preach the Sermon Sun-
day night at Communion
service. Bishop J. Chess Lov-
ern will be guest preacher at
' the Conference. He will
preach Monday evening,
rTuesday morning at.: 11 and
Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. The

Breakfast

Honors

Graduates,


Conference will adjourn Wed-
nesday afternoon about 4 p.m.
with reading of pastoral.


appointments by Bishop
Robertson. Johnie McCurdy
and Billy Joe Rish.will be


In Town
By Shirley Ramsey
How many times have you
bought a new outfit in a great
looking .:olor or bought a new
shade of eyeshadow or lipstick
only to discover that it really
doesn't look qu'ie like you
thought it. should on you. The
new outfit or makeup doesn't
flatter you maybe you have
chosen your wrong color.
A new business has recently
opened in our area, My True
Colors, operated by Frances
Merchant. In opening her
business, she placed an ad
with the newspaper. As she
placed the ad, Frenchie and I
questioned her about the
aspects of My True Colors,
and she invited us to come by
for a demonstration.
We went for our demonstra-
tion last Tuesday evening and
admittedly we were a little
skeptical. It wasn't long
before we were convinced that
your true colors can make a
world of difference in the way
you look.



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Specializes In Color Analysis
The demonstration began tried the new shades on my and line analysis. Line determine
with a trial of color swatches own, because I had always us- analysis involves measure- hemline, s
from the four basic color ed apricct and oranges before. ment of your body type and wear, etc. t
groups, which Mrs. Merchant My True Colors is a service
has dubbed Spring, Summer, which determines the color
Fall and Winter. Each color group which best flatters you.
group contains the primary Everyone falls into one of the
colors, only in different shades four basic categories. After q LEO NARD C. C
and intensities. Your true col- demonstration you receive a
ors tend to bring natural color wallet portfolio of color swat- Certified Public ACCOI
to your face and minimize ches in your color group, thus
blemishes and wrinkles. Col- enabling you to take it along
ors which are not in your when you go shopping. With Announces the Re-loc
group tend to emphasize clothes and makeup being
blemishes. such an investment in this age of His Office to
Frenchie and I both turned of inflation, it pays you to get
out to be Winters. Winters the most out of your invest- 1831- B Cross Cre
should wear deep, vibrant col- ment by making sure they are
ors or icy colors, ones which your True Colors and flatter Tallahassee, Florida
are white with just a touch of you to the utmost.
color. A Winter woman has a Choosing theright colors for
slight blue undertone to her you personally does make a
coloring and should avoid difference in the way you look
oranges and other hues which and feel. The service is not on-
have a orange cast to them. ly for women though. Men can
After the determination of benefit also by knowing what Congra
our true colors, Mrs. Mer- colors look best on them. Z4 4
chant proceeded to give us a The color analysis business IPort St.
make-up demonstration using is a new service which is just
make-up in our colors. Much .beginning to be offered IENL- School S
to my chagrin, I realized I had throughout the United States..
been using the wrong colors Frances has been trained to w1
all along. I never would have perform both color analysis


JIl~ hKi;n dorr-rtr fon


delegates from Port St. Joe
Methodist Church. Roy Taylor
is reserve delegate. Slates Graduation


The five year kindergarten
classes of Faith Christian
School will have its graduation
program Thursday, May 28, at
7:30 p.m. It will be held at
Long Avenue Baptist Church.
The program centers
around four learning areas:
phonics, .numbers, Bible, and
poetry and drama. Music
plays a part throughout the
program. After the class has
finished depicting the accom-
plishments of the year's work,
diplomas will be presented by
Rev. Hal Haller, Principal of
' Faith Christian School.
The graduates are: Brian


Ard, Robert Arnold, Bert
Cain, Twana Bailey, Josh
Colbert, Amy Davila, Patrick
Dawson, Kendal Hogue, Zer-
ring Johnson, La 'Toya Lewis,
Jarred Nolen, Craig Pate,
Joseph Price, Chris Quinn,
Tosha Spires, George
Thomas, and John David
Young.
The kindergarteners and
their teachers, .Mrs. Sue
Monteiro and Mrs. Barbara
Presnell, invite you to come to
their performance. Come see
what these 1981 graduates
have learned and enjoy this
happy occasion with them.


es the correct
tyles of clothes to
to best flatter you,



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9tulations
Joe High
ENIIORS!


Special Congratulations to Our
Senior Richard Parker
Sunday is Senior Adult Day
Special Senior Adult Choir


JOIN US FOR WORSHIP


BIBLE STUDY ...................... . .
MORNING WORSHIP ...................
CHURCH TRAINING ....................
EVENING WORSHIP ....................
WEDNESDAY ................ .........


SERMON TOPICS:
A.M. ............... "Old Is Not A Four Letter Word"
P.M. ................ "The Gifts of Mercy and Giving"

Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE
REV. TED M. CORLEY
Pastor


9:45 A.M.
11:00A.M.
5:45 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.


FINANCE


Children are shown Saturday par-
ticipating in May Day ceremonies around a


May Pole in the Washington High School gym.


A formal breakfast for the
1981 Methodist graduates was
given by their mothers and
grandmother s, Sunday morn-
ing, May 17, in the church
Social Hall.
The beautiful roses and
glads, compliments of Mr.
Ernest Hendricks, of Mexico
Beach, were arranged for the
tables by the talented and
artistic hands of Mrs. Elsie
Griffin, who also made the
miniature graduation cap place
cards.
Mementoes of the occasion
from the mothers were
"stuffed animal graduates".
Attending the: breakfast
were honored guests, Rev. and
Mrs. Johnie McCurdy and the
following graduates: Sydna
Anchors, Randy Atchison,
Jody Brown, Charles Butler,
JoAnn Freeman, Alan Griffin,
Tina Pierce, Lisa Ray and
Laurie Smith.
After the breakfast, at the
regular Sunday morning
church services, the
graduates were honored and
each presented a book entitled
( After the Tassel is Moved.

Gulf County

School Lunch

MENUS
Monday, May 25
Luncheon meat and cheese
sandwich, potato salad, let-
tuce, tomatoes, pickle, apple
crisp and milk.
Tuesday, May 26
Lasangna, cabbage slaw,
sliced peaches, buttered roll
and milk.
Wednesday, May 27
Batter dipped fish, baked
beans, buttered corn, bun,
cookie and milk.


Thursday, May28
Chicken, broccoli with
cheese sauce, rice with gravy,
jello with fruit, buttered roll
and milk.
Friday, May 29
Hamburger, french fries
* ith catsup, lettuce and
tomato, cookie and milk.

"A hog in armor is still a
hog." Thomas Fuller


Saturday was a fun day in
* North Port St. Joe. An enjoy-
able festival was held at the
Washington Recreation Cen-
ter with festivities beginning
at noon and ending at 6:30
This occasion was a joint
May Day and Citizenship Day
* celebration.
The Association for Com-
munity Action (AFCA) was
the sponsor with the following
organizations' support:
Ebonyettes, Twilight Civic,
Exclusive Social Club; Zion
.Fair Baptist, First Born Holi-
ness, Mt. Carmel, Philadel-
phia Primitive Baptist,
Church of God In Christ, New
Bethel A.M.E., American Leg-
ion Auxiliary, Concern
Christian Society, Girl
Scouts, and Gulf Child Learn-
ing and Development Center.
Each participating organ-
ization was represented by a
queen. The age range of the
queens was six years through
12 years old. The queens'
court included Rosylanda
Beechum, Sharon Denise


221 Reid Avenue


ROY SMITH, Agent


Boykins, Tandra Burns, Twila
Burns, Angela Evans, Rita
Fields, Traci Gant, Tammy
McGee, Cheryl Pryor, Lisa
Pryor, Felisha Whitley, and
Erika Williams.
The events of the day
included shopping at food
booths, competing in field
activities, a variety of indoor
games, and the May Pole


Dance. The highlight of the
day, however, was the crown-
ing of the May Queen, Tammy
McGee, by Alton Fennell,
candidate for City Commis-
sion.
The festival was well
attended and many positive
comments were made.
A.F.C.A. is planning to make
this an annual event.


First United

Methodist Church

Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida .
JOHNIE W. McCURDY, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ........................ 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSIIP ................. ... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ....................... 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........... 7:30 P.M.


Phone 227-1133


FRANK HANNON, Agent


Your home has never
been more valuable


in terms of equity.
At Florida NrMton,!
S= I you can use that
equity to get a loan.
Add a swimming

pool to your home,
give year round fun
to your family, while
you relax and watch the pool
add to your equity. Land*upe your -puery,

add another bedroom or bath and enjoy the beauty and
utility they provide.
CallFlorida National today to arrange for home equity
financing.


Florida National Bank

* at Port St. Joe
504 Monument Avenue, Port St. Joe, FL 32456 (904) 229-8282


MEMBER F.D.IC. -o


t' I.


Tammy McGee Crowned


May Queen Saturday


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With

HANNON INSURANCE

Agency, Inc.

The Insurance Store Since 1943

Auto Home Business Life

Flood Bonds Mutual Funds
8:30 til 6:00 Monday through Friday


We are HERE to Service What We Sell


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 21. 1981


Golfers Paired for Roberts Tourney


Early this week, a total of 95 golfers had
already signed up and been placed with a
foursome for the tee off of the C. W. Roberts
Invitational Tournament Saturday.
The tournament was initiated six years
-ago in memory of C. W. Roberts, who built the
,:8-hole golf course at the St. Joseph Bay
'Country Club.
Golfers entering the tournament will be
able to take advantage of a free practice
round on Friday and participate in a free noon
* buffet on Sunday.
St. Joseph Bay professional, Don Parker,
said there are still a few slots left open in the
tournament and golfers can still enter the
competition by calling the pro shop quickly.
Foursomes already entered in the




GFWFCRel

Three Northwest Florida the Game an
rivers have been stocked with, Fish Commis,


iss by


over 650,000 sunshine ba


4 Car Wash
The junior class of P(
Joe High School wi
having a, car-wash Satu
May 23, from 9:00 till
behind City Hall.
Please come have you
washed and help suppo
juInior class.






ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIE
S: notice Is hereby given that sea
will be received by the Gulf Count
ot County Commissioners at th
touse In Port St. Joe, Florida, u
pn ., EDST, on May 26, 1981.
S fdtlowing projects:
S :1. Resurface Jones 'Homes
S Road from Rutherford Stre
S:S.R.30A, near Ward Ridge. F
2 Resurface C-30E from C-30 1
limits of resurfacing ret
completed by the FDOT,
: Cape San Bias.
3. Resurface C.381A which con
S.R. 71 to C-381, between '
City and Wewahitchka, Florli
.4. Resurface West River Road
S.R. 71 to S.R. 22, in Wewa
':" ka, Florida.
NOTE: THESE FOUR PROJECTS
'BE BID AS ONE PROJECT.
Bids will be opened by the S
County Commissioners in office
slon on May 26, 1981, at 7:00 p.m
and will be filed with the Cleri
Court. Tabulations and recommer
will be presented to the Board of
Commissioners as soon as posell
opening. ..
Sets of drawings and con
agreement can be obtained from
of Barrett Daffin and Carlan, In
Capital Circle, N.E., P. 0. Draws
,: Tallahassee, Florida 32308. A
25.00. will be required for each a
ment in cash or check must acc
ail requests for drawings and con
agreement. Checks shall be
payable to Barrett Daffin and Carl
and are not refundable.
Bids will not be valid unless s
an envelope and marked "Seal
and Identified by the name of the I
ding, name of project, and date e
S of bid opening.
S Each bid must be accompanil
by a certified check upon'an Incor
Bank. or by a bid bond with Cc
: ; Surety satisfactory to Gulf Count
less than five percent (5%) of the
of the bid as guarantee that the
will enter Into contract with Gulf
within ten (10) consecutive day
written notice of award.
The County reserves the right I
Irregularities in any bid, to rejec
all bids with or without cause, a
accept the'bid that in Its best ju
will be for the best Interest of Gu
ty.
Work shall Include resur
S shoulcjer work, herbicidetreatmen
I. Ing and striping.
:DONE by order of the Board of
Commissioners this 28th day o
1981.
GULF COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
By:. James Tankersley, Chairman
ATTEST: Jerry Gates, Clerk

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STA
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF CO
S CASE(
FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK
St. Joe, a national banking assc
with Its principal office at Port S
Florida,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
ROBERT E. CONNELL, JR. and
SMARILYN TAYLOR CONNELL,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF 8ALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursue
Final Judgment dated May 7, 1
Case No. 81-77, of the Circuit Cour
fourteenth Judicial Circuit in and I
County, Florida, in which.Florida N
Bank at Port St. Joe, Florida, Is thi
tiff and Robert E. Connell, Jr., and I
Taylor Connell are the Defendanti
sell to the highest and best bid
cash, In the lobby at the North doo




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tournament and teeing off Saturday include
the following, who will begin play at 9:00
a.m.:
No. 1 Tee--J. White, R. Williams, J.
Mashburn and L. Maxwell.
No. 2 Tee-T. Griffin, B. Milke, M.
Harmon and K. Wright, Jr.
No. 3 Tee-J. Wright, K. Wright, Sr., R.
Parnell, Sr., D. Gaskin.
No. 4 Tee-T. Mitchell, J. Mercer, C.
Roberts and W. Alstaetter.
No. 5 Tee-R. Strickland, R. Gibson, B.
King and L. Shealy.
No. 6Tee-G. Tapper, J. Hendrix, F. Pate
and M. Anderson.
No. 7 Tee-M. Chafinm, S. Buzier, C. Wyatt
and R. Smith.


No. 18 Tee-R; Cowherd, G. Buzzett, B.
Gander and M. Stone.
Teeing off Saturday at 2:00 p.m., will be:
No. 1 Tee-C. Daniels, W. Ernst, T.
Parker and K. Parker.
No. 2 Tee-D. Parker, L. Davis, B.
Barlow and G. Thomas.
No. 3 Tee-B. Stephens, A. Kauffman, M.
Shimfessel and J. Harrison.
No. 4 Tee--- Kirkland, E. B. Miller, T.
Parrish and W. Admire.' .
No. 5 Tee-E. B. Waterfield, L. Browne,
M. Whitehead and E. Hawkins.
No. 6 Tee-W. Campbell, W. Grace, H.
Holloway and H. Brown.
No. 7 Tee-M. Wilson, W. Hanthorn, J.
Clement and J. Meeks.
No. 8 Tee-D. Tenhunfeld, H. Lowry, B.


Welch and E. Braddy.
No. 9 Tee-V. Hamilton, J. Tankersley,
H. LeSuer and C. Wall.
No. 10 Tee-B. Bouington, J. Stevens, G.-
"Tenhunfeld and A. Costin.
No. 11 Tee-J. Hansm, T. Etheridge, T.
Coldewey and R. Buzzett.
No. 13 Tee-R. Shirah, E. Peters, R.
Butler and P. Watson.
No. 15 Tee-N. Krages, J. Krages, J.
Childree and T. Webb.
No' 16 Tee-J. Blanchard, R. Krages, J.
Gunter, and G. Sullivan.
Nol 17 Tee-W. Butler, L. Pollock and B.
Brown.
No. 18 Tee-C. L. Costin, G. McNulty, R.
McCall and E. W. Robinette.


Williams Works


taweigh- for Legislation

Mrs. Joyce D. Williams has duced in regard to th
been appointed by the year residency for Homi
volunteer Property Appraisers Associa- exemption.
d Ladies tion of Florida to serve on the
having a Legislative Committee. She G
ier Road will be with the Legislature Gospel Sing
ay, May' the week of May 18 thru 22.
aCT). The Property Appraisers Sunday, May 24, a grc
music to Association of Florida are young people from "I
e a good following 64 Bills at this time uel College", in Fra
that have been introduced to Springs, Georgia, wi
the Legislature. So far they ministering to the Firsl
have ask the representatives tecostal Holiness Chur
to defeat six and have en- song.
dorsed two. The group "Harmony'
The TRIM reviser bill has present a program of s
not been introduced as of yet, music. Russell Simpson
but F&T says it will be forth- of the Florida Confe
----*_ _---a At+h. f,-+. f .+Lh._ CunrSinidtAnfldt wil lba


f the CI-
21 & -4

luant to
as, the
register
irt, Gulf
the first
ctitious
hey will
Ich said
it:

5
4tc 5-21

he City
St. Joe,
ant, will
all, Port
., Tues,
whether
to Zon-


coming around the first of this upent;enuanu, wm iu
month as a committee bill. ing in the group as w
There have been several delivering the mo
bills that have been intro- message.


e five
estead





oup of
Eman-
inklin
ll be
t Pen-
'ch in

", will
acred
i, son
rence
sing-
ell as
ring


id Fresh Water
sion.


The Commission's Division
of Fisheries released sunshine
fingerlings in the Escambia,
Choctawhatchee and Apala-
lachicola Rivers May 9 as part
of an annual program to stock
the fast growing fish.
Sunshine or hybrid bass, as
they're known locally, were
first stocked in the Apalachi-
cola River in 1975 and in the
Escambia and Choctaw-
hatchee Rivers in 1978. The


hybrids do not occur naturally
but are produced in the Com-
mission's Richloam Fish
Hatchery by crossing the
white and striped bass.
The hybrid feeds on shad
and in the Apalchicla River
has already exceeded fishery
biologist growth predictions.
Biologists had predicted peak
weights around 10 pounds but
on November 27, 1979, Chatta-
hoochee angler Walter Gray
landed a hybrid weighing 14
lbs. one ounce.



Since then, a hybri
ing over 16 lbs. was


Barbecue

Mexico Beach V
Fire Department an
Auxiliary will be I
Bar-B-Q Dinner on P
(37th Street) Saturd
23, from 4 p.m. til ((
There will also be
dance by. Come hav
time.


- -Public Notices -


Gulf County Courthouse, In Port St. 0Joe,
Gulf County, Florida, at 11:00 A.M.
Eastern Daylight Time on Tuesday, May
26, 1961, the following described property
set forth In the Order of Final Judgment:
Lot Sixteen (16), Block 84, St. Jo-
seph's Addition to the City of Port
St. Joe, Florida, Unit No. 1, accord-
Ing to the official plat thereof on file
In the Office of Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Gulf County, Florida.
DATED May 7, 1981.
JERRY GATES,
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
BY: Susan E. Bigelow,
Deputy Clerk


""cn- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE.STATE OF
ARE TO FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
Board of IN RE: The Marriage of
lal sea. JAMES SAMUEL GODDARD, Husband,
., EDST. Petitioner,
kof 'the And
idatlons JACQUELYN BURGESS GODDARD, Wife,
f County Respondent.
bte after NOTICEOF SUIT
b TO: Jacquelyn Burgess Goddard
itrauctal Add8is Uhlknum-dlun
the firm YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
c., 3100 Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has
r 12339, been filed against you and you are re-
* fee of quired to serve a copy of your Answer or
set. Pay. other response to the Petition on Petl-
ompany tioner's Attomeyt
tractual ROBERT M. MOORE, ESO.,
s made P.O. Box 248
An, Inc., Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
S and file the original thereof in the Circuit
sealed in Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County Cour-
ed Bid" those, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or before
firm bid- the 4th day of June, 19861. If you fail to do
and time so, a Final Judgment for the relief sought.
may be granted by Default.
d either DATED. this the 4th day of May, 1981.
rporated JERRY GATES,
frporate Clerk of Circuit Court
Sfor not By Tonya Alien
amount 4tc5-7
i bidder
County NOTICE
yys after NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
to waive County, Florida, will hold a straw ballot
t any or on June 2, 1981, at which a question in
ndlor to substantially the following form will be
judgment presented:
If Coun- If the state will not purchase the
street ends (approximately 10) on the
facing, beachside of Highway 98 at St. Joe
t, mark- Beach within one year, do you favor
purchasing them with County
County funds?
f April .... Yes
.... No
.-. No
Such vote will not be legally binding
upon the Gulf County Commission, but
will given them an indication as to how
the people of the County feel about the
2t5-14 issue.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
EENTH GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
'TE OF By: James 0. Tankersley, Chairman
UNTY. SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS,
3.81-77 GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
K at Port Cora Sue Robinson
elation Attest: Jerry Gates, Clerk
St. Joe, 4t 430
NOTICE OF REFERENDUM
ON JUNE 2,1981
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the
undersigned that, pursuant to a resolu.
tion duly adopted by the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County, Florida,
nt to a on April 28, 1981, and other applicable
981, in provisions of law, a special election, be-
t of the Ing a referendum as to whether the Coun-
for Gulf ty Commissioners will be granted authori-
atlonal ty to exempt certain ad valorem taxes,
N Plain. pursuant to Sec. 3, Article VII, Florida
Marilyn State Constitution, and Florida Statute
I, I will 196.1995.
der for A question to be presented to the votes
r of the will be substantially as follows: ,




ay Electric


Reid Avenue


/ial, Residential

modeling and

vice Work

'LES SOWELL

ars Experience
sed and Bonded


9-6798


"Shall the Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, be authorized to grant, pur-
suant to Sec. 3, Article VII, Florida
State Constitution, property tax
exemptions to new businesses and
expansions of existing businesses?
.Yes For authority to grant
exemption.
... .No Against authority to grant
exemptions."
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: James 0. Tankersley, Chairman
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA:
Cora Sue Robinson,
Attest: Jerry Gates, Clerk
4t 4-30

NOTICE OF SECOND PRIMARY
MUNICIPAL ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that the second
primary of the election of the following
will be held at the City Hall Fire Station in
the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, "on Tues-
day, May 26, 1981:
COMMISSIONER, GROUP IV
Also included.on this ballot will be a
referendum that has been called within
the City Limits of Port St. Joe to deter-
mine whether the City Commissioners
may grant Ad Valorem Tax Exemptions
for Economic Development pursuant to
Article VII, Section 3, Constitution State
of Florida, as previously advertised in The
Star April 23, 1981, and April 30, 1981.
The Polls will open at 7:00 A.M. and will
close at 7:00 P.M., E.D.T.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: L A. FARRIS,
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 5-14
NOTICE
Absentee Ballots for the Second
Primary Municipal Election to be held
Tuesday, May 26, 1981, may be requested
in person, by mail or by telephone at the
City Clerk's Office, Port St. Joe, Florida, if
you come within the purview of the defini-
tion of an "absent elector". immediately
upon receipt of your request the City will
mail you an absentee ballot. if you wish
to designate a person to pick up, an
absentee ballot and deliver it to you, then
you must send the City a written request
bearing your signature indicating the
name of the person whom you wish to
deliver the ballot to you. This is to be
done only for persons who are sick, in the
hospital, or otherwise physically unable
to come to the polls and vote.
Completed absentee ballots must be
received in the City Clerk's Office by 7:00
P.M.. E.D.T., May 26, 1981.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: L. A. FARRIS,
City Auditor / Clerk 2t 5-14

BID NO. 265
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests Bids for conducting an audit of
their Financial Records for the Fiscal
Year ending September 30,1981, prepara-
tion of an Annual Financial Report, and a
Report on Internal Accounting Control
and Management Comments. Specifica-
tions may be obtained from the City
Clerk's Office, P. 0. Box A, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456. Bids will be opened June


16, 1981, at the Regular Meeting o
ty Commission.
2ts5-
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that purse
Section 865.09, Florida Statute
iutdersigned persons intend to
with the Clerk of the Circuit Cou
County, Florida, four weiks after i
publication of this notice, the fi
name or trade name under which t
be engaged In business and In whi
business Is to be carried on, to-w
BARNEY'S BAIT SHOP
Rt. 1, Box 147
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465
Mary Kirkland, Owner

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that t
Commission of the City of Port
sitting as the Board of Adjustme
hold a public hearing at the City H
St. Joe, Florida, at 800 P.M., E.D.T
day, June 2, 1981, to determine
the City will authorize a deviation
ing Ordinance No. 5 for variance o
on 21st Street regarding ot 1, Blo


NOTICE
Sealed bids will be received
Florida Department of Natural Res
Property Section, Room 809, 390
monwealth Boulevard, Tallah
Florida 32303, until 2:00 p.m., M
June 1, 1981, and will then be p
opened in the Conference Roo
Floor, Room 302, 3900 Common
Boulevard, Tallahassee, Florida,
sale of one (1) 4x4 Military fire Tru
(1) 115 h.p. Outboard Engine; one (
Trailer; one (1) 17 ft. Boat and one(
tor wiFront End Loader.
Equipment may be Inspected
Joseph Peninsula State Park, on
off U. S. 98, Port St.. Joe, I
telephone 9041227-1327, Monday t
Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Bid forms may be picked up fi
Joseph Peninsula State Park or by
to the Florida Department of P
Resources, above address. Bids
accepted only as directed on t
Form and will not be accepted
other form. The Department reser
right to reject any and all bids.
Richard Pelt,
Property Manager


LEGAL NOTICE

Pursuant to Florida Statutes
this is to notify any Interested pear
the sealing of the voting machine
used In the SPECIAL ELECTION o
2, 1981.
The sealing will take place on I
1981, at 11:00 a.m. at the Gulf(
Courthouse at Port St. Joe,' I
Anyone wishing to witness said s
should be present.
Cora Sue Robinson,
Supervisor of Elections
Gulf County, FIorida


Annual School




Fair Draws A


Large Crowd


The annual School Fair held at
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School Thursday night, May
14, was well attended by
parents, teachers and stu-
dents.
Activities commenced with
the induction of newly selected
members of the National
Junior Honor Society.
Following the induction
ceremony, guests visited
classrooms viewing exhibits
and demonstrations of student
achievements. A "Parade of
Winners" depicting outstand-
ing accomplishments of indi-
viduals and groups during the
1980-81 school year was dis-
played in the Commons Area.
There were performances
by the Port St. Joe High School
stage band and the concert
choir. The French II class


cleverly presented a skit in
both French and English.
Demonstrations given, by phy-
sical education students,
which provided an opportunity
for guests' participation.
Activities culminated with a
slide presentation of events
leading up to and including the
winning of the State AA
Basketball Championship.
Refreshments prepared by
Mrs. Faye Lewis and her staff
were served by members of
the National Junior Honor
Society.

The administration and
faculty of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School appreciate the
support of this project by
citizens of Port St. Joe and
surrounding areas.


HIGHLAND VIEW


BAPTIST CHURCH !

Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.

Welcome Friend

SUNDAY SCHOOL ....................... 9:45A.M.
WORSHIPSERVICE ........... 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




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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easing Striped Bass


GULF AUCTION SERVICE

648-8251

Col. T. R. Williams, Auctioneer

Greater Gulf Area

Farms Estates

Call Us for Fund-Raising Ideas


THANK YOU




for Your

Support in

the First

Primary



On May 26th Vote for and Elect



ALTON FENNELL


Your City Commissioner

Group 4- #1IA

He Has What It Takes to Serve
Honesty Dedication
* Integrity Proven Leadership
Ability








THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1981


Gulf Coast Electric Co-op


op
th
W
st.
in


Planning Outage May 17
Gulf Coast Electric Co- precaustio;s necessary to been in progress for the past The Coop wants to thank it's
'erative advised this week protect ,our interest during several months. It will mean a customers for your coopera-
at electrical service to it's this outage. more reliable and economical tion and understanding during
ewa and Dead Lakes sub- Some suggestions: Draw source of power for the this necessary outage. Service
nations will be temporarily some water ahead of time, cooperative for the present will be restored just as quickly
terrupted on Wednesday dnfreezer or and future years. as possible.


the
r air
until
y re-

ess of
s new
this
nation
t has


afternoon, May 27 beginning refrigerator during
at 1:00 p.m. and lasting until outage, and turn you
about 3:00 p.m., approxi- conditioner and TV off
mately two (2) hours. This service has been full
outage will effect the Coop's stored.
service area in Gulf County,
the eastern part of Calhoun The Coop is in the proc
County, and the Allanton- switching over to AEC's
Cooks Bayou area of Bay transmission lines into
County. If you are in this area. This is the culmir
locale, please take whatever of a major project thai


DKG Remembers


Lions Club

Softball

Winners
American Amicable. Holi-
day Inn dumped Nice-
ville's Raiders, 41-26 in the
final game early Sunday
morning, to take the Lions
Club softball tournament
played here in Port St. Joe.
Weynon's Auto was third
and Woodville Nursery and
Florist fourth in the tour-
nament.
..American Amicable is
shown in the picture above
with their first place tro-
phy. In the photo at the
side, Mel Magidson pre-
sents the most valuable
player award to Steve
Alford of American Amic-
able. Alford hit .777 in the
tournament.


a


Founders
On Saturday, May 16 the
Beta Beta and the Phi
chapters of the Delta Kappa
Gamma Society International
met in a combined meeting at
Baypoint in Panama City.
During the separate
business meetings, final pro-
jects for the school year were
discussed. President Patsy
King presided over Phi
chapter which is the mother of
chapter of Beta Beta whose
president is Eloise Ramsey.
The two chapters joined
together for the program.
Lucy Slelton, chaplain, gave
the devotion. Sara Fite led the
group in singing the Delta
Kappa Gamma song.
Mary Knight gave a
program entitled
"Reflections" to honor the
educators who founded the


May 16
international organization for
outstanding women
educators, and had members
participate in a candle light-
ing ceremony as a tribute to
those founders. Her presenta-
tion included an effective
definition of the symbolic
crest which she put together
piece tby piece on a flannel
board.
A luncheon followed the
program. Those attending
from Gulf County were
Margaret Addison, Janet
Anderson, Dot Barlow, Lila
Brouillette, Nelle Choate,
Sylvia Costin, Sara Fite,
Laura Geddie, Margaret
Smith, Edith Stone, Betty
Holloway, Martha Lanier,
Carol Cathey, Judy Williams,
and Margaret Biggs.


Shown are some of the members of the Building Trades left: Mark Mork, Greg Hamilton, Alan Griffin, Torch
Class of Port St. Joe High School who are helping renovate Williams, Mitch Fortner and Brian Melton. -Star photo
facilities for the Gulf County Adult Activity Center. From


Students Volunteer GCAAC Work


Hammering erupts early
each afternoon as twelve
students from the Building
Trades Class at Port St. Joe'
High School converge on the
Washington School Complex
to renovate a remaining build-
ing for the Gulf County Adult
Activity Center.
The Activity Center's
Expansion has dictated the
'Ineed for additional facilities;
but due to insufficient funds,
the Association for Retarded
Citizens has looked to the
community for donated labor
to renovate an adjacent build-
ing. The building was obtained
from the City of Port St. Joe
through a rent-free lease
agreement.
The building will be used for
offices, a grooming program,


a health room and a job
readiness training workshop.
The Building Trades Class,
under the instruction of J.T.
Wood, has worked diligently to
install windows and rough in
the interior walls for the
Association.
The afternoon class students
participating in the project
are: Alan Griffin, Eugene
Powell, Mitch Fortner,
Tommy King, Joey Hewitt,
Bryan Melton, Torch Wil-
liams, Greg Hamilton, Rob
Baker, Bertha Harris, Mark
Mork,.and Gerald Shaerer.

"Common sense is genius
in homespun."
Alfred North Whitehead


FLORIDA FARM BUREAU
INSURANCE COMPANY
Is Proud to Welcome

A Martha

Weimorts
As Your New Agent for the
Gulf County Area
Specializing In Life, Retirement &
Tax Savings Programs
Also: Homeowner and Automobile Insurance
Phone 229-8563 Port St. Joe, Fla.


NO




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Swing Frames and Swings
in 3 Sizes

Single Chairs, Double Chairs,
Loungers, Picnic Tables, Ben-
ches, Octagon Shaped Tables.


FENCES
Cypress Privacy Fence -
(Flat or Shadow-Box)

We Sell Quality Merchandise and .
Invite You to Come by and See
Our Beautiful Display

. PERRY J. McFARLAND, Owner
107 Second Street Port St. Joe
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A Wewahitchka State Bank

of Port St. Joe was the First Bank in Gulf
County to Offer



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Involved In Community Affairs
Member of Ambulance Squad
(Former Squad Chief)
Little League Coach
Former Boy Scout leader
Former member of Sheriff's Auxilliary
-Vote For & Elect

DAVID R.

j- HORTON

Your City Commissioner
Group IV


Call 229-8900
or Come by and See the
Beautiful Models We Haye
Displayed in Oiur Show Room at





107 Second St. Port St. Joe


PAGE SEVEN










































the Wild A
: Alligators are making their
: springtime appearance lo-
:cally but they should not be
:fed, according to the Florida
-Game and Fresh Water Fish
S Commission.
"In fact, it i a violation of
VFlorida Statutes and this is not
even considering the risk a
person exposes himself to,"
said Captain Ron Walsing-
ham, Commission law en-
S: enforcement supervisor.
Walsingham said some
4.people don't see any harm in
feeding alligators but pro-
A Alems do appear. He said
a lligators tend to lose their
..natural shyness of people and
."to associate all people with
'food.
'.* '


House and two lots for sale
by owner in White City. 3
bdrm., ceramic tile bath, in-
cludes Ig. building that can be
used for carport, boat storage.
Call after 8 p.m., 229-6537 or
day 229-8344. tfe 5-21
1.62 acres at White City. E.
Tom Pridgeon, 229-6950.
ltp 5-21
For Sale or Rent: acre
lots, Wewahitchka, on
Transfer Road near river
(Land's Landing Road). Own-
er will finance. City water
available. $4,000.00 or $57.39
per month for 10 yrs. Call or
write Ben Brogdon, Rt. 14,
Box 370, Tallahassee, FL
32304. Phone (904) 576-7119,
evenings and weekends, (904)
893-3083. 8tp 5-14

By Owner (Priced to Sell).
Executive brick home on 2
lots, approx. 3,000 sq. ft., 2 car
garage plus Fla. rm., 3 bdrm.,
3 full baths, ceramic tile.
2-way brick fireplace in
sunken liv. rm. and den. Built-
in wet bar, formal din. rm.,
Jenn-Aire range, dishwasher,
disposal, ceramic tile counter,
custom built cabinets, ther-
mal windows & doors,
geothermal heating and air
system. R39 ceilings and R19
walls. Landscaped and
sprinkler system. Furnished
or unfurnished. 227-1892.
tfc 5-14





Silver polish is said to
take crayon marks off
linoleum or vinyl tile.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1981


BB Buttrick Wins Ling Ding Run


A few of the 107 runners who
lined up for the start of the
Second Annual Mexico Beach
5,000 Meter Run did not realize
they would be running down
on the beach sand until they
arrived for registration. How-
ever the majority know ahead
of time that it was not the
usual easy course encountered
when they attended the usual
week-end roadraces. They oad
come to the beach to see what
they really had left in those
legs that had been recording
from fifteen to over a
hundred miles a week in
training.
Again, from the time Alford
Ramsey pulled the trigger
from the shotgun start, until
his familiar blond hair could
be seen bouncing in the wind
on his way back to the finish
line, Dave Butterick of
Tyndall Air Force Base knew
his 130 miles per week training
has put him in position to take
home the over winner's
trophy. Dave was followed to
the finish line by Jerry Black
and Mike Nichols of Panama
City.
The top female finishers
were Robin Moses who placed
first in that category and
Mary Jane Funk placing
second, followed by Nancy
Williams who took home the
third place trophy.
Place ribbons were awarded
in 20 age groups, ten for male
and ten for female and first
through sixth place ribbons
were presented. Rick Lam-
berson, president of the St.
Joseph Bay Road Runners
who hosted the run presented
the awards.
. The race sponsor, the El
Governor Motel, provided the
club with the necessary front
money to stage the run.
The local club, and in
particular the Race Director;
Perry McFarland, is very
.grateful for their sponsorship
for the last two years.


Softball

Tourney

In Wewa
A "B" Class, A.S.A. Sant.-
tioned softball tournament
will be held Saturday, June 13,
at the T.L. James Complex in
Wewahitchka.
Entry to the Dead Lakes
Invitational is $65 plus two
Worth (Blue Dot) R.F. soft-
balls. The deadline is June 3,
and the draw will be limited to
the first 20 teams to send their
entry fee.
For further information,
call Rodney Herring at
639-5816 of 639-2880 or Ginny
Herring in Panama City at
769-2126.


Dave Buttrick is shown receiving the
overall trophy for the first finisher in the El
Governor's 5,000 Meter Classic held this past


Saturday morning at Mexico Beach. The race
was run along the beach with approximately
100 runners in the race.


alligators
In the wild, alligators feed
on a variety of animals
including fish, frogs, turtles,
snakes, water birds and small
mammals. In areas close to
human activity, large alli-
gators have been reported to
eat domestic pets and live-
stock.
"Alligators remain under
the protection of state and
federal law. as a threatened
species. If an alligator repre-
sents a serious threat to
humans, pets or livestock, the
Commission must be contact-
ed to handle the problem,"
stated Walsingham.
"Stubbornness is the energy
of fools." German Proverb


YARD SALE: Clothes, toys,
jewelry, shoes, coats,
sweaters, roll-away bed (in
good cond.) and small chain
saw (in good cond.). In White
City, the white house trimmed
in green to the left of the State
Road Dept. Call 229-8404. Rain
or shine. All day Thursday,
May 21st, 84.
Garage Sale: Thursday
beginning at 1:00, all day Fri-
day. Sheets, dishes, etc. Hazel
Blackburn's house on Long
Ave. ltc5-21
YARD SALE: Woodshed
Enterprises. Come of Santa
Anna and Ga., St. Joe Beach.
Complete bed and dresser,
Tappan Microwave oven, 2
refrigerators, couches, chairs,
dressers, oak table and four
chairs, odds and ends. May 21,
22 and 23,8 till. We make pic-
nic tables, lawn chairs and
screen doors. 648-5974. Rain
cancels. It 5-21
GIANT YARD SALE: Fur-
niture, clothes, pottery. Cor-
ner of Santa Anna and
Alabama St., St. Joe Beach,
Friday and Saturday, May 22
and 23. ltc5-21
YARD SALE: 109 5th St.,
Highland View, Saturday,
May 23. 9 till. Lots of items.
ltp5-21
YARD SALE: 202 2nd St.
and 2nd Ave., Highland View.
3 families. Misc. items. Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday, 8
til.
YARD SALE: Thursday and
Saturday, 9 until. Clothes,
dishes, etc. 324 1st St.,
Highland View. ltp5-21


The ERA Broker Council of
Panama City at a breakfast
meeting at the Harbor House
Restaurant, honored the
leading agents for January,
February, and March. Receiv-
ing awards for outstanding
performance for the period


ad I


was, Marion Harper, Sam B.
Hearn Broker, Inc., Panama
City Beach, for listings
written, Cathey Thursbaj,
ERA Parker Realty, Mexico
Beach, for sales closed and
Jerry Roye, Neubauer Real
Estate, inc., Panama City, for


Cathey Thursbay, left, received an award from ERA for
the most sales closed during the first quarter of the year.
Shown with her is Charlie Parker, owner of the local ERA
firm, Parker Realty.
"Sit loose in the saddle of
fate." Francis Yeats Brown g


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

2001 GARRISON AVE. PORT ST. JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SERVICES
SSUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT .................... 7:00 P.M.




Four bedrooms, 2 baths, fireplace,
good cond., 1466 sq. ft. plus a storage
shed. Recently installed aluminum
siding. This'one should go quickly at
$25,000. 519 Fourth St.

Lg. duplex Each apt. contains 3
bdrms. and 1 bath. One apt. com-
pletely furnished and the other par-
tially furnished. All for $45,000. 1616
Long Avenue.

Neat atl with floors,
ins u ted, g d -n. Back n front
score cher. 22,500 2 9th
St. G eigi rho-da." v

Lg. 2 bdrm. furnished cottage on 2
front lots facing Hwy. 98 at corner of
Selma St. and Hwy. 98, St. Joe Beach.
To sell for $52,000.

HANNON

INSURANCE AGENCY
FRANK HANNON, Broker


Roy Smith Associates
221 Reid Avenue


Karen King
227-1133


BPP Homeowner Protection
Plans written.
These agents are members
of the offices affiliated with
ERA Real Estate (Electronic
Realty Associates, Inc.), the
second largest real estate
franchise with more than 4000
offices in all 50 states and the
number one marketer of home
protection plans.


Ling Leaders

Offer Thanks
In appreciation of everyone
for their tremendous support
and generosity shown us
during the Ling Fiesta, thank
you all. Special thanks to
Rustic Sands Resort Camp-


Outfit your little
Dixie Leaguer at
The Athletic House

Gloves

Shoes

Baseballs

Bats

Caps
and all the accessories
for baseball and softball


ground for so generous
providing the equipmelf
needed for us to participate in
the Ling Fiesta.
Special thanks also to
Richard and Bonnie Newton
for donation their time and
assistance.
Sincerely,
Mexico Beach Police
Department Auxiliary


The Athletic House


323 Reid Ave.


Phone 229-6805


"Real Estate Specialists for Over 30 Years". Call us for information
on these as well as a large inventory of lots and other homes.


PAGE EIGHT


Warning: Don't Feed


NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


Parkers Earn Plaudits


Classified Ads


New Plumber In Town

CALL



MR. FIX-IT

229-8433

General Repairs Jack of All Trades

(Real Name: Alias Bill Wright)


GARAGE SALE

4 Ramsey Families

Saturday, May 23

8:30 a.m. 12:00 noon

111 Allen Memorial Way

Small appliances: mixer, waffle iron,
electric skillet, bread warmer, deep
fryer; Area Rug, Dishes, Exercise
Bicycle, Cypress Wall Clock,
Draperies, collection of "Civil War
Times", authentic World War I
Doughboy outfit, children's toys,
clothes, and a variety of other in-
teresting items.










THE STAR, Per4 St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 21, i98~ PAGE NINE


RAL SATE ORS AA


House for Sale By Owner: 3
bedroom, 1% bath, liv. rm.,
din. rm., kitchen, family rm.
Assumable mortgage. 1910
Cypress Ave. Call (205)
983-4546 or (205) 793-253.


100' on Gulf. $300 per foot.
Terms. Call 592-8829. 2tc5-21

For Sale by Owner: Proper-
ty in Ward Ridge. Call 229-8474
fordetails. 4tp5-21


4 bdrm., liv. rm, din. rm., Ig.
den and kitchen, utility rm.,
storage, double carpor Ig
screened in back porch, n 2
lots. 1605 Monument Ave. Call
2294654. tfe 4-9


Gniuv--
ea-i.flFI2Ll


GULF AIRE

Last chance this year. All lots In- Deluxe new home with cathedral cell.
crease 15% June 1st, 1981. If you ing living room, 3.b4rm., 2 ba., cen.
have been considering one of these h&a, on beautifully located lot with
lots there will never be a better time. excel' vie v. Assume existing
favorable mortgage. The only home
for sale In the beaches' most
desirable subdivision.


PORT ST. JOE


1101 Garrison. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., on 1
Ig. lots. Plenty of rm., Ig. den,
sprinkler system. A real buy at
45,000. No. 102.

* Owner says reduce price & sell Ex-
ceptionally nice home, .3 bdrms., 2
ba., en. h&a, Ig. 2 car garage with
auto. opener and room for a
workshop, spacious closets and
storage, new carpeting thruout, cen.
vacuum system, wooden fencing to
enclose back yard, complete kitchen
with new stove, dishwasher, and
disposal, child's room has cork wails,
Call to see this super nice home to-
day, reduced from $69,000 to $65,000.
No. 108.


Executive Home: 2 story, 4 bdrm., 2%
be., carpeting, outstanding. quality
drapes, Ig. lot, fireplace, 2 car garage,
cen. h&a. Shown by appt. only to
qualified buyers. One of the nicest
homes in town. No. 114.
2 bdrm., 1 be. home oh fenced lot, Liv.
rm. w fireplace, din. rm., remodeled
kitchen, utility house in back, new,
cen. h&a. Call for more information.
527 10th.St. $25,000. No. 106.
528 7th St. Owner will finance 25 per-
cent down, balance at 12 percent. 2
bdrm. plus am. ex. rm. 1 be. Woodbur-
*ning fireplace In liv. rm. LQ. eat-In kit-
chen. Back & front screened porches.
Carport. $17,000. No. 112.


Cute 2 m mjba. home with laundry
rmr or )hi1ho.t abes.t
well n aal $0. 101.

3 bdrm., 1 ba. home in good location.
Fenced back yard, gas heat, carpoYt,
stor. shed, reasonably priced. 1305-
Marvin Ave. No. 113.
Owner says sell. 3 or 4 bdrm., 1 be.,
frame home with a new roof and fenc-
ed yard. Only $12,500.00. Call for
appt. today. No. 105.
104 21st St. Beautiful brick home, 3
bdrm., 2 be., 1 car garage, fireplace,
den, fenced back yd. Lovely color
scheme. Must see to appreciate.
$55,000. No. 103.


1907 Long. Avenue. Well located, 4
bdrm., home, Ig. den, partially
carpeted, can. air cond., oven range
and drapes Included. Nice lot with
chain link fence around backyard.
$34,000. No. 110.
Lg. roomy, sturdily built older home
with 5 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 screen porches,
front and rear, chain link fence en-
circles property. Ideal for Ig. family.
216 7th St. No. 115.
Plenty of room, 4 bdrm., 2 ba. with 2
alsc, gas heat, on 2 lots, each 50x175',
Carpeting and drapes included, near-
ly new stainless steel exterior siding.
Room for Ig. garden in back yard, sur-
rounded by chain link fence. 506 8th
St. No. 116.


MEXICO BEACH'
Assumable mortgage, 2 blks. from 2 bdrm., l ba, block & stucco house. Perfect Beach Home Overdooking the Deluxe 4 bdrm., 2 bae. home with cen.
beach, 2 bdrm., 1 ba. on Ig. lot, liv. Uv. rm. and din. rm. and kitchen com- Gulf. Cute 2 bdrm., 1 be home with h&a, canal location with boat
rm., din. rm. & kitchen combined. On- bo, partially furnished. Standing full kitchen, fam. rm. and nice screen- dock-Ig. liv. rm., 2 formal dining
ly832.000. 8th St. No. 411. fireplace. 8th St., $32,000. No. 411, ed porch. Just across the hwy. from rms. and comfortable den with
_____ the beach with great view. $43,000. fireplace on 2 lots. Call for appt. No.
Immaculate, 3 bdrm., 1 ba. house Hwy. 98 & 3rd St. No. 410. 406.
Reduced for Fast Sale. Beautiful with a wooden privacy fence, Ig.
:trees surround this nice 2 bdrm.. 1 be. garden plot. Con. h&a with an Beautiful modern 2 bdrm., 1 ba. brick 28th St.-2 comp. furnished 1 bdrm.
mobile home located on nice land- economical heat pump, well in- home close to Gulf. Less than 2 yrs. apts. on valuable lot. Beautiful-view
escaped lot and close to Gulf. Corner sulated, see this Jewel today. $48,000. old. Lg. fam. rm. With cathedral beam- from 3rd lot back from beach. No.
S.Tenn. & Ga. St. Also, addt'l trailer No. 404. ed ceiling, modern kitchen wlJenn-air 401.
S which could be a 1 bdrm. apt. range. Full carpeted. Priced $47,500.
S S1.0000. No.403 -th S o. 408.

ST. JOE BEACH
Nice 3 bd"rm., A be. home Just 1 lot New Listing: Call today to see this Beautiful 3 bdrmn., 1 V, ba. brick home, Within Walking Distance of the Gulf.
off Hwy. 98. Fen. rm. fireplace. trailer and lot on St. Joe Beach. Very swimming pool, 2 car garage, 1g. Very nice'3 bdrm., 2 ba. mobile
convenient kitchen with lots of reasonably priced, porch. Fantastic buy at only $75,000. home located on Gulf St. Con. h&a.
l.Co abe witch. P With good'assumable mortgage. St. Priced $21,500.00. Owner willifinance
35,000. Owner will withp- Joe Beach.. with $5,000 down and balance at 12%
proximately $6,000 to $8,000 down. This spacious brick home has. lovely I. interest. No. 208.
No. 24.natural wood interior, 3 Ig. bdrms., 2' _____
Complete this partially finished be., den w magnificent view of Gulf. Reduced to $65,000. 3 bdrm., 2 be., Perfect for large family 4 bdrm., 1 ba..
house at only $19,000 and tur It Into 25' kitchen-din. rm., Ig. lIv. rm. w dbl. car garage. Brick home. 18x36' home wit Ig. fam. rm. with adjoining
a $30-35,000 ho 0sa. Greet location, 3 fireplace, fenced dog run In back, swimming pools. All on 2 lots. All porch. Full kitchen w eating bar.
Sbdrm., be., l rm, din. rm, kitchen, huge bay windows, sun deck. custom built. Lots of extras. Only 2 Addtl 1 bdrm. apt. for additional in-
armg wItb, itilmditn.,only1 bikn Located on east side of Hwy. 98. Call biks. from beach. come. Owner financing available. No.
garage whys utility rm.; only 1 blk.
from beach. Adjacent lot also today.No. Three br., 2 be. brick homeFormal 210.
Savailable.No.207 -----Threebdrm.,2ba. brickhomeFormal
Trailer lot: 7550' on Bay St. Ha ,lv. rm., din. rm., fam. rm wifireplace. Priced to sell. 2 bdrm., 1 be. trailer w
S- Trailer lot: 75'x150' on Bay St. Has Modem kitchen, fully carpeted, can. fireplace, on beautiful lot w-fruit trees.
septic tank, well & pump, light pole. h&a, approx. 2,000 sq. ft. Located on for only $19,000. About 1 blk. from
\$7,500. Coitez St. $69,000. No. 211. beach. Call for appt. today. No. 200.



HIGHLAND VIEW COMMERCIAL CAPE SAN BLAS BEACH LOTS
Over % acre of good eartn s with Fully equipped store bldg. W Ig. com- Gulf Front. 70' on the Gulf. 90' deep, A large selection of excel. bldg. lots
this 4 bdrm. homeJncludt toy mercial cooler, counters, display Is- beautiful view with fishing and sun In Mexico Beach, St. Joe Beach,
u barn c ol ea noo lands etc. on 3% acres on Hwy. 30, bathin gin your front yard. A real buy Beacon Hill, Gulf Aire lots. No. 901.
rp x ane & chain link plenty of rm. for expansion .on a at $14,000. No. 11. _____
fenc a iitres, alus ex. apt. ad- mobile home park, will finance. No. St. Joe Beach-Lg. selection of
olinlAg9hain house which can be 701. Two gorgeous dry acres of tall pines beach lots-for less than $1,000
rented. $28,000. Price reduced now and shrubbery with 205' fronting on down you can own your own. Call to.
to $25,000. No. 501. Business for Sales Convenience the hwy. and bay. Just beyond the old day. No. 900.
store, St. Joe Beach, corner of Bay & salt works marker. Owner will sell all
New Listing: Ex. nice dbl. wide Americus. 1,536 sq. ft., 10 dr. walk-in or 100' on either side. Financing Only beach front lot left on the bay
mobllae home on 3 lots, beautifully cooler, paved driveway on 1'/ lots w available. No. 10. between town and Tyndall. 168'. of
landscaped, stor. shed, 2 patios, car- concrete slab ready for expansion or frontage, 164' on Hwy: 98, approx.
port, fully fum.Thislsacustomhome other business. Call for details. No. 300' deep, good investment or loca-
that must be seen to be appreciated. 7- BEACON HILL tion for a beach cottage. No. 902.
30'x90' commercial lot on corner of BEACON HIecon Four os tgether-
JONES Reid Ave. and 5th St. Across alley bks. from beach, great buy atonly
from city hall. Priced right and owner Partially remodeled, 2 bdrm., 1 be. $3,500 each. flurry and call today
HOMESTEAD will finance. $12,000. No. 703. home on 2 fine lots 1 bk. from beach. No. 903.
Sells as Is at reduced price or owner _
Country IMving, close to town. 4 2,700 sq. ft. building on First St. In will complete. On First St. between
spacious bdrms., newly remodeled. Port St. Joe on 3 lots. Ideal for 4th & 5th. No. 305.
ex. Ig. kitchen, 1% acres completely warehouse or small business. Use
fenced w new chain link, dog pens, part of it and rent the rest I Presently W EWAH iT KA
plenty garden space, numerous fruit has tentants. Plenty of room for ex- 2% fenced lots containing 3 bdrm., 2 WEVA ITCHKA
.trees and all close to town. Ideal for pension. Priced rightI Call for more be. home with g; comfortable li. rm.,
onthis one.$48,500. farm or nursery. Call today information. No. 702. din. rm., and bright airy nearly new t' A Start 3 bdrms 1 be.frame
S2 fine business lots on Red.kit. Utilities also available for mobile house on a good size lot, utility shed,
total width byusin90'deep. includes of home set-up on one of these lots gas heat, 2 a-c units are all part of the
ACREAG E brick wall on north side, reducing Assume existing lon nd owner will bargain plus it's been well taken care
brconstrton costs. r. finance balance. $5,000 down pint. of. Smiles south of Wews, off of Hwy.
200' on Intracoastal Canal, 3.7 acres, constructioncosts. and move n. 3rd Ave. between 3rd
% mile from paied Hwy. 386. A and 4th St. No. 302. 71. Great Price at ony-$18,000.
beautiful property for anyone who OVERSTREET bdrm 17.8 acres still left on east side of
wants to tie up his boat In his own beVER5T E3 bdrm., 1 be. mobile home, on 2 Hwy. 71, just north of downtown. May
beclkyard..$30,O0. No. 800. beautiful high and dry lots In Beacon bepurchasedinStoBaces .
backyard,.$30,000. No. 800. Two beautiful % acre lots at Wetap- Hill, property completely enclosed be purchased n 5 to 6 acres plots.
Approx. 1% acres, located at Mexico po Estates, not far from the Canal. No with a wooden fence, plenty of space
Beach. City water available. No. 801. mobile homes. Financing available, for kids or dogs. $25,000. No. 301.
_____ No. 011. _____ CYPRESS LODGE
Almost 2 acres fronting o Wetappo ----- Nice 3 bdrm. home on 3 lots. Fam. rm. 4 miles from Wewa on Dead Lakes. 1
Crek. High and dry w horseshoe with fireplace, w-w carpet, Privacy house & acre of ground. 367' on water
bank overlooking creek. Owner may OAK GROVE fence. Priced $36,000. No. 3D4. front, 3 wells & 3 septic tanks.
subdivide. $27,000. No. 804. $53,400.
S A real bargain at only $12,000. 2 $11,000 lot and trailer, Owner will
Shady lot at-Howard'Creek. Just a bdrm., 1 be., eat-in kitchen, screenedfinance with $2,500 down.
few minutes walk from the boat lan- front porch. Metal shed in back ayrd. finance with $2,500 down.
ding. $3,000. No. 805. 503 Madison. No.100. MOBILEHOME $1,000. A-frameriverhu and lot.
Perfect acre In Overstreet for your New Listing: 2 bdrm., 1 be. partially Mobile home for sale. 24'x56'. 3 Owner will finance.
new home. High, no marsh. Not far furnished home Including range & bdrm., 2 be., partially furnished, cen.
from the Intracoastal Canal. $3,500. refrig. Chain link fenced yard with sh- h&a, excel. cdnd. Only $12,500. No. Lots from $4,500 to $,500
No, 06. ed In back. $10,500.401 Madison St. 021.



648-5011 or 648-8220 AFTER HORS
PAULETTA CAMPBELL.... 648-8977
JIM CLEMENT............648-5482
E. B. MILLER, REALTOR IKE DUREN, REALTOR SANDRAACLENNEY ......2296310
ALISA DUREN ........... 648-5635

P. 0. BOX 13332 MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410 RHNDAHEATH .... 2271782
SPATTYMILLER ...........
900 HIGHWAY 98 MEXICO BEACH NATALIE SHOAF ........ 227-1498
MARSHA YOUNG ........ 648-5248


FREE PUPPIES: Mother is
Snauzer, will be small dogs.
Call 229-6216 or come by 2203
Monument Ave. 2tc 5-21


1978 Cimatti Moped in excel.
cond., very low mileage.
Helmet and weather cover in-
cluded. For more info., call
229-8194 after 5 p.m.
tfc 5-14


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY


Lost at St. Joe Beach. Small
male dog, reddish in color
with white under neck. On
medication. Make a little girl
happy. Call 229-8763 or
648-5381. ltc 5-21

Lost last weekend at the
Ling Ding Festival: one 14 kt.
gold tear-shaped opal ring
with 3 small diamonds on side.
Thought to have been lost on
Pier Road at Mexico Beach.
Reward. Call 227-1373.





TRI-CHEM. If you would
like to have a party, please
call 2294784. ltp 5-21

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.


Mobile home sites, efficien-
cy apt. and campers for rent on
beach. By day, week, month or
year. Ski Breeze Camp Sites.
Call 2294105. tfc 3-19

No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST,
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251. tfc 10-23
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.
Thames Hotel, day, weekly,
monthly rates. 302 Reid Ave.
229-8723. tfc 11-13
FREE! 1% yr. old Dober-
man German shepherd'
female dog. Is very good with
children, but makes an ex-
cellent watch dog also. Needs
plenty of room, preferably
country. Call 229-343 after 6
p.m..


Wanted: Lot or cottage on
Gulf or Hwy. 98 in Mexico
Beach, Beacon Hill or possibly
St. Joe Beach. No costly red
tape or financing. Quick cash
deal upon agreement of sale.
Write P. 0. Box 445, Bain-
bridge, GA 31717 with location,
size, price, etc. 2tc 5-21

Position Wanted: Will do
house cleaning, yard cleaning
and mowing, handyman work.
6484974.
Itc 5-21

Wanted to Buy: Used con-
crete mixer, small; used of-
fice filing cabinet; used
typewriter; used table saw.
Perry McFarland, 109 Yaupon
St., 2294153 after 5:00 p.m. or
229-8900, 6. 1tp 5-21

Wanted to Rent: 3 or 4
bdrm., 1 or 2 bath (respective
ly), for year round rental. Will
consider option to buy. Mexico
Beach or St. Joe Beach area.
904/648-5327. tfc5-14


I SERVICE


2 twin wooden bed frames
w/mattresses $25 ea.; 1 full or
queen wooden bed frame only,
$20; 1 roll-away bed, $5; green
rattan bar stools, set of 4, $50;
asst. drapery and rods plus
more. Last house onleft 42nd
St., Mexico Beach. 6484894 or
648-8957. ltc5-21

Heavy pine dining room
suite, table, six chairs, china
cabinet. 22. squares black
blend Certain-Teed roofing
shingles. One Lane end table.
Conn coronet. 229-8747.
ltd5-21

Mediterranean style sofa
and chair, crushed velvet, in
very good cond. Also one end
table. Can be seen at Garage
Sale at 111 Allen Memorial
Way, Saturday morning or
call 2294506 after 5 p.m.

Extra heavy duty galvaniz-
ed boat trailer, new springs,
new wheel bearings, 10 ply
tires. Call 227-1318.
2tp5-21

No. 1 Drive in Theater
Apalachicola
Friday- Saturday
k May22and23
HALLOWEEN
(Awful scary horror show)
This ad will admit one adult
free for this movie.,

New 10x32' houseboat,
fiberglass pontoons, stove,
refrigerator and bath, fully
carpeted. $4,500 firm. Serious
inquiries only. Eastpoint.
670-2253 after 5 p.m. 2tce5-14

SLarge 220v GE window air
conditioner in excel, cond.
$200. Call after 6 p.m.,
229-8876. tfc4-16

Would like to trade antique
Victorian couch in excel. cond.
for antique or reproduction
chest of drawers and dresser.
Call Tammy at. 2294916.
Ito 5-21

STATE EQUIPMENT
Sealed, bid sale, June 1,
1981, 2:00 p.m.
1-4x4 Military Fire Truck
1-115 hp Outboard Engine
1-Boat Trailer
1-17 Ft. Boat
1-Tractor with Front End
Loader
May be inspected at St.
Joseph Peninsula State Park,
on S.R. 30 off U.S. 98, Port St.
Joe, Fla. For Information call
9041227-1327.
2t5-21
37' bay shrimp boat, "Patty
Ann". Moored at Wood's
Fisheries. Best offer, prin-
cipal only. Call 813-577-3837 or
813-257-9741. 4tc 5-7
Be Creative!' Check our.
large supply of greenware and
other supplies. Country
Charm Ceramics, Hwy. 386,
Overstreet. 648-893. itf 4-9





1974 Chevrolet % ton truck,
Coachman cab-over camper,
loaded. Sleeps 6, w/self con-
tained a/c. Will sell as one or
separate. 2294963.
1975 Pinto, 4-spd., tape
player, air cond., disc brakes.
6484289. 2tc 5-21
4-wheel drive, 1967 English
LandRover, good cond. Call
after 5:00, 229583.
tfc 5-14
International School bus, 60
pass., god cond., engine
recently rebuilt, $1,500. Call
227-1493 between 9 a.m. and 5
p.m., after 5 p.m., Call 229-
8000. 3tc5-14




Help Wanted: Shop
Manager/Trainee, $160 week,
Intracoastal Marine Supply,
266 Water St., Apalachicola,
Fla. 4tc5-7

Wanted: Part-time
substitute for paper route.
6484044. 2tc5-14


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
30 Reid Ave.


Hal & Kelley
DRAFTING
Residential Design -
Home Plans
1815 W. 1th St., Suite 13
Panama City
Phone 763-2884
After 5:00, Steve Kelley
769-9105
4te 5-21
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours)

CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
Septic Tank Cleaning
Phone 29-8007
FOR TRACTOR WORK
Call 229-8939 or 648-5306
tfc 8-14


Church Supplies
Music Records Tapes
Rubber Stamps
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Gifts-Bibles
Sound Studio Recording
Service

7.OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES

US Hunter St., Oak Grove
Port St. Joe, Fla.
227-1325




ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work
WOODROW A. JONES
229-6939
GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P. O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfc 1-a
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DAY CARE
Elaine's Small World
903 Garrison Ave.
Phone 227-1647
te 5-14

ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803M
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day
Mrs. Glenn Boyles, E. J.
Rich and Joe Williams are
smiling ear to ear over a re-
cent paint job.
JOE BETSEY
Phone 433-6
4tc5-7
Carpentry Work Do......
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 2294757
tfce2-2


RED CARTER'S GUN SHOP
Port St. Joe Beach
Gunithing Blueing
New & Used Guns Scopes


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


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Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


' hink .it wos tomeIW n I of."



kills bugs for
up to six months,
nd ovaes you obout S 100 yoy
i6 costly peot ctrol services.
.Use ofSprayer (ree with
*purchaVp of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
Sod Reid ATe*We
Port SL Je, Florida


SUR-WAY

ELECTRIC
411 Reld Avenue
Commercial, Residential
Remodeling & Service Work
CHARLES SOWELL
26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded
229-6798

I will cut your yard cheap.
Call 229441, Gary Todd.
ltp 5-21

Air Conditioning Heating.
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric- Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
tfc 4-16

BEACON FABRICS
Sewing Notions & Patterns
Hwy. 98 at Beacon Hill
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00E.S.T.
CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/2294235
tfc 3-12


TAFLINGER PAINTING

Port St. Joe

Save 15-20%

On All Inside Work through the
,Rainy Season (March 15 May 15)
INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR
No Job Too Large or Too Small
eFull Line Quality Tung Oil Products
*Will Cool-Seal Mobile Homes
Properly. You can save another 20% on cooling.
All Work Guaranteed. With Free Estimates. We
are Professional Painters with references.
Feel free to ask for them. We are licensed and
insured to meet area requirements.
Res. 229-8977 or 648-8369


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M I S C F O R S L E I O S T E F O U N F O R E N T


THE STAR, Poe' St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, MIAY 21, 1981


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Lykes Boneless Party Ham Halves...
IGA TableRite Sliced Bacon '....
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Showboat Pork & Beans ..... 3 ...
Hot Dog Chili CASTLEBERRY . .. 2 cans
Castleberry Entrees (ASSORTED) .... 2 iz
Planters Assorted Snacks ..... size
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Tetley Family Tea Bags ....... -.p
Frenchs Mustard......... ..... jar
Heinz 57 Sauce ........... ... bt,
Tropicalo Orange or Fruit Punch ....... s:ze
Kraft Dressings ITALIAN OR CREAMY CUCUMBER. bt,.
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Delmonte Tomato Juice....... can
Fla-vor-ice Freeze Bars ....... ,
Cairo Beauty Hamburger Dill Chips ..... 16 oz.
Embers Charcoal.... ......3. bag
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Sunshine Chip-A-Roos ........ .
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Driver Education Course


In Port St. Joe for


S'' Make Payment

: Mrs. Verna Totman, right, representing
S e Port St. Joe Band Boosters organization,
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presents a
Schools, W
band unifo
"Band of G
the uniform
projects.
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The first nationwide driver
education program specific-
ally designed for older motor-
ists will soon be offered in Port
St. Joe on June 10 and 11.
Since 1979 volunteer in-
structors throughout the state
have offered 55 ALIVE-
MATURE DRIVING to more
than 6,000 motorists over age
55.
The pilot program was
developed by the 12-million
member American Associa-
tion of Retired Persons and
the National Retired Teachers
Association and is sponsored
locally by the Gulf County
Retired Teacher Association.
Research shows that older


check to $1,000 to Superintendent of
alter Wilder, as part payment for
rms purchased recently for the.
old". The Boosters are paying for
rms with various fund raising
-Star photo

Tape Made

of Spellers
The Port St. Joe High School
has a videotape of the 1981
Floriu4l;egional Spelling Bee
on hand in the county staff
development film library, if
anyone should wish to use it
for a civic club program or
just to see it in order to see
what happened at the bee.
According to R. Marion
Craig, staff coordinator for
the spelling bee competition,
the film was taken at the
spelling bee finals here in the
county and developed and
printed by the Florida Times-
Union, state sponsors of the
spelling bee.
Craig says the film should
prove especially interesting to
the students in grades 5-8 who
are eligible for school and
county spelling contests.
Hope Lane, Gulf County
spelling champ, survived the
first round in the Regional by
spelling "oasis". She was
eliminated in the second round
by missing "quench".
Marie Kiffin, Duval County,
won the 1981 regional by
spelling "aphasia" and "over-
weening", correctly.


drivers are involved in more
accidents than their middle-
age counterparts when the
record is based on actual
miles driven. Due primarily to
the physical changes of aging,
many older drivers have
difficulties in yielding the
right-of-way, backing,
turning,, changing lanes and
entering and leaving express-
ways.
However, research also in-
dicates that persons can im-
prove their driving abilities
through training, .attention
and practice. That is the goal
of 55 ALIVE-MATURE
DRIVING.
The course material covers


Beverly Rich


Named GCCC

PSJ Coordinator

Beverly Rich has been GCCC services in Port St. Joe
named Gulf Coast Commun- may, contact Ms Rich by
ity College's coordinator in -calling 229-6044.
Port St. Joe and she will be
working to bring appropriate
GCCC services to Port St. Joe.
Currently, she is in the
process of surveying the
public to determine which
courses are desired in the Port
St. Joe area. Ms. Rich will also
be working to locate in-
structors for classes.
With degrees from South-
eastern University and Rollins
University, Ms. Rich has
taught for the college herself.
She was a psychology
instructor for Gulf Coast;
teaching Port St. Joe High
School seniors.


She works at Port St. Joe
High School and persons seek-
ing information about attend-
ing Gulf .Coast Community
College or with suggestions for


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Elderly
the effects of aging and of
medications on driving, basic
driving rn des, license renewal,
local traffic hazards, adverse
road conditions and accident
prevention.
Featured in two three and
one-half hour classroom pre-
sentations are a talk by an eye
specialist, a slide show and
group discussions.
Persons who want to part-
icipate in the program must
be licensed drivers age 55 or
older. A fee of. $5.00 must be
paid in advance.
To register call Netta
Niblack at St. Joe Beach or
any member of the Gulf
County Retired Teachers
Association.

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Responsibilities include:
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kitchen, emptying trash,
dusting furniture and washing
windows. Duties are tobe
performed three days per
week. Submit three references
and bids in writing to: Edwin
R. Ailes, Executive Director,
Gulf County Guidance Clinic,
Inc., 311 Williams Avenue,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
Deadline for receiving bids is
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graph Company will sell the below
listed vehicles:
Vehicle #420 1975 Chev.
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THE STAR, Pore St. Joe, Fla. Thursday. May 22, 1980


Former Gulf Countian


First Lady Controller


A former Gulf Countian,
Betty Martin, is the United
States' first woman Vessel
Traffic Controller on the Loui-
siana Offshore Oilport (Loop,
Inc.) platform in Grand Isle,
La. The Loop platform is the
first of its kind in this country.
It is a superport capable of of-
floading the mammoth super-
tankers that navigate this


country's waterways.
The Vessel Traffic Con-
trollers, of which there are
five, are trained and certified
in radar, emergency medical
training, water survival and
safety on the platform. Betty
is presently in New York com-
pleting her training in the
Marine Safety Internal


simulator there.
Mrs. Martin is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Denton,
formerly of Gulf County. She
has two sons that still reside in
Gulf County, Shelton and Ken-
ny Jeffcoat. Betty and her hus-
band, Dan, reside in Larose,
La. with their other three
children.


BEITY MARTIN


Letters from Leonard...


By LEONARD HALL
State Representative
After nearly two days of
deliberations by the full house,
and many more hours spent
by the House Appropriations
committee, we adopted a 1981-



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The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
'Tuesday, April 14,1981, at 9:00
a.m., in the Boardroom in the
Courthouse in Port St. Joe,
Florida. The Following mem-
bers were present: Gene
Raffield, Chairman; Paul
Sewell; Fred Greer; Ted
Whitfield; Waylon Graham.
Superintendent Walter Wilder
was also present.
Chairman Gene Raffield
presided and the meeting was
opened with prayer by Mr.
Sewell and followed by the
Pledge of Allegiance.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
It was moved by Mr.
Graham.and seconded by Mr.
Greer to approve the minutes
of March ; and 23, 1981. The
vote. was unanimous.
PERSONNEL
RECOGNITION
The Superintendent pre-
sented Judi Lister, a teacher
ait Wewahitchka Elementary
School, a placque of ap-
preciation from the board for'
being named TEACHER OF
THE YEAR in Gulf County.
?. Edwin Williams, Jacque
Price, and Sarah Riley met
with the board and gave a
brief explanation of their plan.
for registration at Port St. Joe
0 High School.
CALENDAR
it was moved by Mr.
Whitfield and seconded by Mr.
Greer to approve the 1981-82
school year' calendar. The
board also a approved the sch-
edule of holidays for twelve
month employees.
CONSTRUCTION REPORT
The board reviewed the.
contraction report from Board
Architect, Gaskin on the
Wewahitchka Elementary
School facility. It was moved
by Mr. Graham and seconded.
by .Mr. Greer to. grant, as
requested, by Mr. Kolmetz,
two rain days in March and six
lost due to late shipment of
door frames. This is a total of
eight days.
SUMMER WORK
CALENDAR
It was moved by Mr. Greer
and seconded by Mr. Whitfield
to approve for the Superinten-
dent to proceed with. develop-
ing a four day work week and
four day school week for
summer sessions.
PERSONNEL
It was moved by Mr.
Graham and seconded by Mr.
Sewell to approve the follow-
ing personnel matters:
Accept the resignation of
Daniel Gatlin as Band Di-
rector at Wewahitchka High
School effective at the end of
the 1980-81 school year;
Approved Helen Ramsey be
employed as Director of
Special Services effective
June 15, 1981;
Accept the resignation of
Carolyn Lister as Compensa-
tory teacher at Wewahichka
High School effective June 5,
1981;
Approve Betty Bidwell for
the 7th and 8th grade Cheering
sponsor for the 1980-81 school,
year at Wewahitchka High
Appointed David Hum-
phreys and George Bell as
NJROTC instructors for the
school year 1981-82
Approved Michael Waters to
be compensated for his time
as temporary tennis coach
beginning March 9 and ending
March 27, 1981;
Approved Carl White to
teach an Industrial Arts Class
in the Adult School;
SApproved the appointment
of Frances Hardy as regular
lunchroom worker assigned to
Port St. Joe High School. This
position is temporary for the
remainder of this school year;
Approved Thelma Brannon
be employed as a custodian at
Wewahitchka Elementary
School for five hours per day


82 budget of slightly more than
$9 billion. This represents an
over-all increase from 1980-81
of about 10.6 percent which
includes an inflationary in-
crease for expenses of about
8.5 percent.


replacing Mary iRhames ef-
fective April 1, 1981.
TRANSPORTATION
It was moved by Mr.
Graham and seconded by Mr.
Greer to approve a request
from the Cruise Club at Port
St. Joe High School for the use
of a bus. The board also
approved a request to use a
school .bus from Highland
View Church of God for a
non-school activity. The vote
was unanimous.
The board approved a
request from Ms. Connie
Wilcox to transport her
daughter Tawnya, to Vitro
Gate and return each day. The
reimbursement rate to be .19
cents per mile for total daily
mileage of 37.9. This arrange-
ment to be effective, April 7,
1981. This'is a private owned
.vehicle. .
PROGRAM MATTERS
It was moved by Mr.
Whitfield and seconded by Mr.
Sewell to approved the follow-
ing program matters:
. Approved the appointment
of the Inservice Self Study
Committee and the Teacher.
Education Council;
Approve the recommenda-
tion of the Ad Hoc Committee
on Remediation, grades eight
and eleven;
Approved the Facilitator
Grant through PAEC;
Approved the application
for the Environmental Grant
for Highland View
Elementary School.
BUDGET MATTERS
The board reviewed all cost
center budgets. No action
necessary.
BID MATTERS
Bids were received on Cer-
tificates of Deposites from
Wewahitchka State Bank and
Florida First National. It was
moved by Mr. .Graham and
seconded by Mr. Whitfield to
accept the highest and best bid
of the Wewahitchka State
Bank. The' vote was
unanimous.
GATEWAY COMPUTER
NETWORK
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, it was moved
by Mr. Graham and seconded
by Mr. Sewell- to join the
Gateway Computer Network
with headquarters in Bay
County. The vote was unani-
mous.
SUPERINTENDENT'S
REPORT "
The Superintendent pre-
sented a list of surplus text-
books from each school
center. it was moved by Mr.
Greer and seconded by Mr.
Graham to approve for ad-
vertisement and" to proceed
with the action needed to get
rid of these books according to
Florida Statutes.


There were four critical
areas in the Governor's bud-
get proposals for which we
attempted to provide in-
creased funding this year.
These were Law Enforce-
ment, Education, Economic


Th Board approved a list of
equipment for the Welding
,Class at Port St. Joe High
School funded by a Federal
Project and. authorized the
Superintendent to send out bid
request and to accept best bid
on equipment.
The Board reviewed a re-
uest to move Baccalaureate
service, Wewahitchka High
School for 1981 to the Glad
Tidings Assembly' of God
Church. It was moved by Mr.
Whitfield and seconded by Mr.
Graham to leave the services
at the school as a school
function.
*On recommendation of the
Superintendent, it was moved
by Mr. Greer and seconded by
Mr. Sewell to eliminate all
teacher aide positions from,
,the Title I Program. This
action is taken to compensate
for the 25 percent cut in
Federal Funds for the Title I
Program. .
Approved a request from
the Tax Collector's office for
the use of our postal meter in
order to expedite the mailing
of tax bills.
The board considered a
request from Margaret Biggs
to pay expenses to the national
poetry convention to be held in
Albuquerque, New Mexico. In
light of the general criteria
they have spelled out regard-
inrig travel for all its em-
ployees, it was unanimous
that this request be denied.
A It was moved by Mr. Greer
and seconded by Mr. Graham
to approve the Tax Roll as
submitted by the Tax Col-
lector's office.
'It was moved by Mr.
Graham and seconded by Mr.
Whitfield to assist Port St. Joe
High School with non reim-
bursed expenses incurred with
the basketball team
participating in the state play
off system. Details of this
matter are explained in writ-
ing by Primnicpal Edwin
Williams. A copy of the
request is on'file in the
Superintendent's office.
The board reviewed a
medical bill from Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School in
regards to a menigitis threat.
After discussion, the board
directed the Superintendent to
refer the matter to the princi-
pal for disposition.
PAYMENT OF BILLS ,
It was moved by Mr.
Graham and seconded by Mr.
Whitfield that thebills be paid.
ADJOURN
There being no further
business, the meeting
adjourned to meet again on
May 5 at 5:30 p.m.
B. Walter Wilder .
Superintendent
Gene Raffield
Chairman


Development and Transporta-
tion.
In the area of Education we
provided $83.7 million, or
about 10.8 percent increase in
the weighed FTE (full time
equivalency) for schools this
year.
Law Enforcement received
an approximate increase of
about 18.5 percent. This was to
provide additional correction-
al officers, increased monies
for state attorneys and to
provide salary increases for
those law enforcement offi-
cers considered to be in
critical classes.
Nearly $6 million was put
into Economic Development
in 1981-82, which provides, a
revenue increase of about 62
percent.
Transportation was kept at
the same budget level with
$740 million. I did introduce an
amendment to the Appropri-
tions bill that would insure the
SAP monies (special approp-
riations programs) were
available for the four-laning of
U.S. Highway 231 from the
Bay County line to Kents Mill
Road. This money had been
appropriated during the 1979
budget deliberations, but had
disappeared in the Governor's
recommended programs.
Hopefully, this will insure that
this much needed project will
be funded.
This budget reflects no tax
increases, but provides in-
creased funding for the
critical areas. As far as
federal money losses, Educa-
tionwas guaranteed at least 75
percent of the 1980-81 federal
impact entitlement, less any
revenues received in 1981-82.
Otherwise, we picked up no
,federal programs that have
been cut, which will amount to
budget cut-backs in some
areas. We did, however, pro-
vide an additional $2 million in
Community Care for the
elderly and an increase of'
about $31 million for commun-
ity colleges, :
Overall, we attempted to
adequately proved for in-
flation, but keep our expenses
down to follow the mandate of
the people for new taxes.


Baldwin

Sailor of
The Year

Navy Builder First Class
David R. Baldwin, whose wife
Marla, is the daughter of
Robert L. and Zola Taylor of
Route 1, Wewahitchka, has
been selected as the Sailor of
the Year for the Naval Am-
phibious Base Coronado, San
Diego.
Baldwin was chosen from
among all the enlisted person-
nel assigned to the command,
and was cited for his outstand-
ing performance of duty,
proficiency; leadership, initi-
ative' and'military bearing
during 1980.'

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