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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: April 22, 1982
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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THE STAR


Industry --Deep Water Port- Fine People Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1982


Port


Officers


Sign Bonds


Expected to Approve $30 Million Loan Today


The Port St. Joe Port Authority will, in
all likelihood, approve an agreement to
approve the sale of $30,000,000 in revenue
notes today for financing construction of a
new port facility here in St. Joseph's Bay.
Unless all the pens in Gulf County run
dry this morning and unless every member
of the Port Authority breaks both arms
before dawn today, the documents will be
signed.
"We've been waiting nearly four years
for this moment", Port Authority chairman
George Tapper said. As a matter of fact, the
Port Authority has been building up to
the moment of signing longer than..the
duration -of the note issue.
The $30 million issue will be for a term
of three years, to get the port designed and
built and then converted to a long term issue
so port revenues can handle the repayment
of the notes.
The notes to be approved today are for a
three year term at 10 percent interest. The
interest yield is tax-free, making the issue
attractive to investors.
TRIPLE A RATING,
Even though the notes will have no
tangible security at the present time, they


Port Authority members in,New York this week signing bonds to


finance all phases.of new port


will bear a triple "A" rating in the financial
world. Tapper said this prime rating, comes
about because the notes are endorsed,
backed and promoted by Lehman Brothers
Kuhn Loeb, Inc., the prime house of the
investment world.
Tentatively, the Port Authority approv-
ed the issue of the notes a special called
meeting last Thusdayat 11:00 a.m. Due to
requirements of the law governing such
things, the Authority cannot legally give
their formal approval until at least a week
after the tentative approval. The meeting
this morning at 11:00 is to satisfy this legal
requirement.
PORT WORK PROCEEDING
Even though the Port Authority is just
now getting-their hands on enough money to
proceed with the port project, financially,
work has still been progressing since the
first of the year.
Working on a $250,000 loan made


planning and construction.


available by St. Joe Paper Company in the
fall of last year, the Port Authority has work
going on already for the new port.
According to Tapper, a feasibility study
is already underway, being conducted by
the Harris Company, one of the largest port
designers in the nation. Design work is also
going on by the Wayne Coloney Company.
All of this was started in March of this year
and is expected to take most of the.year to
complete. "We expect to 'have some work
going on by the end of the year", Tapper
said.
Before that can happen, the Port
Authority still has to get permitting and
engineering out of the way.
The new issue of notes is expected to be
self sustaining within just a couple of
months. The Port Authority plans to invest
the money once the notes are approved and
expect to earn around 14 percent on the
funds.


"We- can do a lot of planning,
engineering and some construction on that
interest earned", Tapper said. "We'll have
up to $100,000 a month available in interest
for the next six months and that will cover a
lot of the ground we have to cover in that
time", he pointed out.
Port Authority members George
Tapper, Laura Geddie and their attor-
ney, William J. Rish, were in New York
City Tuesday and Wednesday to sign the
numerous notes i issue. Geddie and :
Rish were to return home Wednesday
afternoon and Tapper remained in New ,
York. After the Port Authority meets
today and officially approves theissue,
he is to be called by the Port Authority h
advising him of their approval. Tapper r
will then put his official signature of
approval to the issue as chairman of the
Port Authority. ::
When you consider the Port Authority
has no taxing power, owns no real estate,.
has no assets and no property, they have
done an unusual and miraculous job in:
borrowing $30,000,000, mostly on their word,
that it will be repaid.


Shrimp Boats Barging hI


Filling Up Recreational Launch Site


I :d t-t y
-' '.At.


The City Commission was
faced, Tuesday night, with a
problem of commercial fish-
ermen parking their shrimp
boats in a launching slip built
exclusively for, sport fisher-
men. .
For the .pst two to three
weeks; the. Commission has"
been receiving complaints of
the shrimp boats crowding out
the available space at the
launching ramp at the west.
end of Fifth Street, in St.
Joseph Bay. The sport and
recreation boaters who use the
area are complaining that the
commercials are taking over
the facility and pose a possible
threat if not a danger to them.
Tuesday night, one of the
commercial shrimp boat own-
ers, Bill Herring, came before


the Commission to state their
position. Herring said the ones
using the launching site for
tying up have no other place to
go.
Herring said, "I normally
operate out of Indian Pass and
Apalachicola, but there are no
shrimp there right now, and
we're .working in Port St.
Joe."
Herring pointed out that the
small independent shrimpers
like himself, cannot afford
high dockage fees, nor can
they afford to sell to some of
the established wholesale sea-
food dealers'who control much
of the dockage in the area.
."We would go broke on these
terms", Herring said.
While Herring didn't speci-
fically say so, he intimated the


commercial boats would not
be here for much more than a
additional week or two, "until
the shrimp Ahow up in Apala-
chicola again" before they
would be moving on.
Mayor Frank Pate explain-
ed the position of the Commis-
sion to Herring, when he said,
"We came up here tonight
with the intention of instruct-
ing our attorney to prepare us
an ordinance prohibiting comrn-
mercialboats from tying up at
the Fifth Street boat slip. So
far, I have heard no objections
to these plans from the other
members of the Board." Pate
went on to say the only reason
the proposed ordinance wasn't
on the agenda Tuesday night
was because the Board's
attorney was absent and


didn't have the proposal for
the Commission. --
Pate went on to say the
Commission wasn't sure they
could prohibit commercial
boats from using the launch-
ing site until a day or two'ago,
when the. Department of Nat-
ural Resources asred the
Commission they would en-
force any ordinance the City
prepared.
Other, members of the Com-
mission pointed out that the
,pier and dock at the launching
site were not built for a boat.
docking facility. Commission-
er James B. Roberts pointed
out, "If we allow boats to tie
up at the dock or pier, we'll be
having piling pulled out right
and left. Those piling are put
(Continued On Page 8)


in a moisture holding material and getting
Cem eatery W ork ready to put in a sprinkler system. Work is
scheduled to start early next week on'the
A four inch water well was completed last sprinkler system, with planting of grass on
week at the new perpetual care cemetery the calendar for late next week. The City has
which is being built adjacent to Holly Hill. purchased 200 pounds of Bermuda grass seed
Cemetery. In the photo above, a bulldozer is to plant the first five acre section of the new
shown shaping the contour of the land, cutting cemetery. -Star phqto





Audit


Shows City In Good Shape
O OS- f1Y OOG A


Touche Ross and Company,
certified public accountants
who have been busy for the
past three months preparing
a year-end audit for the City of
Port St. Joe, reported Tuesday
night that the Cit~'s affairs
were being well run and the
financial condition of 'the
community is sound.
In making its comments, the


Mexico Beach Police De-
partment spokesmen said this
week that their investigation
points to a suicide in the death
of a. Georgia man at the
vacation community last Sun-
day night.
Police patrolman, Jeff Sel-
lers, who investigated the
shooting told The Star it
appeared as if Jack Bell, age
37, of Smithville, Georgia, shot
himself in the left temple area
with a .32 caliber automatic at
about 8:00 p.m., Sunday. Bell
was dead on his arrival at the
scene, officer Sellers said.
Bell and his family were at
Mexico Beach for the week
end in their beach cottage.
The family was preparing to
leave Sunday night on their
way back to Georgia, when


auditing firm noted that the
accounting procedures were
generally well organized and
accurately reported the finan-
cial condition of theCity in an
accurate manner.
The firm had only 10 criti-
cisms of the City operation, all
of which had to do with the
manner in which money is
handled from receiving


Bell went inside the house and
apparently shot himself.
Officer Sellers said investi-
gators have come up with no
reason why the Georgia man
should take his own life.
Sellers said the victim appar-
ently had no problems either
physically or financially.
Even though the prelimin-
ary investigation shows Bell
took his own life, investigation
continues into the matter by
Mexico Beach and Bay County
Sheriff's Department person-
nel.
Initially, Gulf County's
Sheriff's Department was cal-
led to investigate the incident,
but the local Sheriff's office
called Port St. Joe ambulance
personnel and the Bay County
Sheriff's Department into ac-
tion.


through the pay window where
utility bills are paid to deposit
in the bank.
The auditors said that while
the money-handling proce-
dure was not lax or performed
in an unacceptable manner,
they said more people being
involved in the several steps of
receiving, recording and de-
positing the money would be'
more favorable and offer
greater' protection from er-
rors.
Clerk Alden Farris, in filing
his, mandatory answer to. the
criticism to the State's Audi-
tor General pointed out that
the only reason the auditor's
suggestions were not followed
already is because the City
doesn't employ enough per-
sonnel in the office to allow as
many checks and cross checks
as the auditor suggests.
In their summary of the
audit, Touche Ross wrote:
"Our study and evaluation ...
disclosed no conditions that
we believe to be a material
weakness. However, we did
note the attached items which
we wish to bring to your
attention". These items were
such items as cross checks on
such items as cash receipts,
payroll, segregation of duties
in purchasing, inventory re-
,cords, reconcilliation of ac-
counts payable, bank reconcil-
iations and other internal
matters over which the audi-
tors say the City does not have
(Continued On Page 8)


Cong. Fuqua


Swings Thru


Gulf County

About 130 people gathered last week on the ant
to have lunch with Con- that the county v
gressman Don Fuqua at the placed in his Cong
Country 'Club last Wednes- district when rea
day at noon. ment of the Cong
Fuqua was making a districts is comp
swing through Gulf County Florida.


ticipation
vould be
ressional
pportion-
gressional
pleted in


High School choral ensemble members entertaining dinner guests last Wednesday are
shown above. From left to right: Cathy Rish, Dawn Bond, Kelly Johnson, Vicki Ramsey,
Melody Stephens and Melinda McArdle at the piano. -Star photo


Congressman Don Fuqua listens to a question at a
dinner in his honor last Wednesday at noon, held at the
Country Club. -Star photo


Fuqua, a native of Altha
pointed out, "I feel among
friends here since about half
of you have roots in Calhoun
County. I understand about
half of our county migrated
to your county and both had
their mental state improved
by the move".
In addressing local prob-
lems, Fuqua said he was
looking forward to working
with the Port Authority to
improve the local port facili-
ties. The Port Authority was
busily getting ready to meet
with investment people the
next morning to arrange for
a loan to build the port, while
the Congressman was speak-
ing.
The Congressman pointed
out he was ready to be of any
service he could .on a local
front.
In commenting on the
national scene, Fuqua field-
ed several questions and
gave answers on the Falk-
land Island disturbance, the


drug traffic in the nation and
Florida, the budget, Social
.Security, nuclear freeze, vet-
erans affairs and taxes.
Fuqua said the United
States has found itself "right
in the middle" of the Falk-
land Island problem. "I hope
we can be of some help in
reaching a peaceful resolu-
tion of that problem", he
said.
Speaking on the drug prob-
lem, Fuqua felt being able to
use military equipment in
tracking and locating drug
shipments would be an im-
portant factor in the fight
against drugs.
The Congressman said the
budget had several prob-
lems. Among these are the
entitlement programs, the
defense budget, the tax
reduction bill, interest rates
and unemployment. "We
need to consider all these
problems in bringing the
budget into line".


Congressman Fuqua point-
ed out that if Social Security
had been left alone over the
years, it would be in healthy
shape. "Social Security has
added goodies over the years
ahd our life expectancy has
become greater. These along
with the declining work force
is putting a strain on Social
Security which must be
corrected".
The Congressman said the
fund is not broke, but it has a
problem. "The problem is
that the pay out is going to
cross the income within just
a few short years and we will
begin paying out more than
we are taking in. Then we
will be in trouble", he
pointed out.
Congressman Fuqua was
introduced by William J.
Rish. The Port St. Joe High
School singing ensemble en-
tertained those present with
several patriotic songs dur-
ing the dinner hour.


USPS 518-880


FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 34


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Spring Ahead

Sunday morning, at 2:00 a.m., it will be time once
again to set your clocks ahead by one hour. That's "'set
ahead"!
Sunday morning will be the start of another
summer season of Daylight Saving Time,' when the
time is changed around to make us get up earlier and
go to bed earlier. Designed to save energy, the change
in time also gives more daylight hours in which to. have
summer fun in the sun.
Those who do not like Daylight Saving Time and
hate every minute of it, cheer up. You have to endure it.
only until October 30 when the time will drop back one
hour.
If you plan to attend Sunday School and church
Sunday morning- and you should don't forget to set
your clock up an hour Saturday night or Sunday School
and church will be over before you get there.


Georgia Man Ruled

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Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1982


....... The United States government is
:having a hard time coming up with a
defense posture which will appease
VeOrybody and defend the country if
fit needs to.
-' First there was the urging of the
bleeding hearts, including Senator
-Kennedy, to sign a nuclear freeze
whichh would do very little except
.stop the United States from making
,nuclear weapons but would have
-little to no effect on the Russians'
manufacture of nuclear weapons, if
past history of our dealings with
them is any indication.
More lately, the same B.H.'s are
or-a kick of urging the government
to adopt a no-first-use policy toward
our nuclear arsenal. This, in effect,
would tell the world that anybody
.d do anything they wanted to us
.ith the assurance that we would not
:Ainimber our nuclear weapons on
them, unless they sent some our way
1 Wt.
:';,.",Being a gentleman is fine, but
allowing the enemy to get the first
'atomic punch at your unprotected
glass jaw is just plain foolishness.
S' -It would mean the Russians, or
- :Cuba, or Iran, or anyone else in the
world could do whatever they
ECwanted to Uncle Sam, without fear
"that the Uncle would unleash his
nuclear haymaker at them on a first
-strike basis. They would have to
'.paralyze the United States with a
first nuclear strike before we send


SLeave Tre

A week or two ago, a Gulf
t.County man wrote a letter to the
5--Panama City News-Herald offering
Iee suggestion' that Gulf County
houid cut down the beautiful palm
Prees which are located on the -
shoulders of C-30 between here and
Franklin County.
According to the writer, the
trees are dangerous because a man
wias killed when the pick-up truck he
Sas riding slammed into one of the
ees after the driver lost control.
(The water in. the writer's
bathtub is dangerous, but we don't
go around advocating he stop taking
a bath.)
The trees have been in Gulf
'County longer than the writer and
Wve think they have squatters rights
Omd seniority over his wishes.
If the writer wants to make
ihilngs safer along the highway, he'
Should go for having bees outlawed
in Gulf County. It was a bee which
flew in the pick-up truck making the
river lose control which caused the
accident in the first place. It was not
a head-on collision.
Maybe the writer would be


ours aloft on a destructive missiohi.
As it stands now, the world feels
we will not use the nuclear weapons
first in a confrontation, but they
cannot be sure since we are the only
ones in. history who has set one off in
anger in the past.
Now, we not only have a
humanitarian reputation to uphold,
but we also have to bluff a close
playing antagonist who has more of
the dirty deed doers than we have.
We have a bluff situation to back up.
Those who would have the
United States freeze nuclear produc-
tion would remove our only point of
parity with the other king-size
nations of the world who have
publicly stated they will bury us.
Our B.H.'s would also have us
swear not to shoot first, like some
white-hatted cowboy in a 1940's
movie. We would be gentlemen and
forget about the outcome of the
battle.
The thing which we cannot
forget is what happened to us at
Pearl Harbor afteD we had spent a
half dozen years listening to much
the same talk about the Germans
and the Japanese. We had our tail
kicked all over the South Pacific for
a year and a half for adopting that
no-first-strike posture.
In a nuclear war, we won't have
that kind of time to get ready to
strike back-. ..if we' can strike back
after a first strike at us.


?es Alone

better satisfied if we outlawed
compact pick-ups in Gulf County.
From the appearances of the
accident, the dead man wouldn't be
dead if he were riding in .a..fullsize -
vehicle when the wreck occurred.
The impact wasn't all that hard and
the victim more than likely would
not have been thrown out of the

truck if he had been in the full-size
vehicle. That fact alone would have
saved his life.
The whole thing is that an
accident is an accident. The tree
didn't jump out and strike the
pick-up truck a mortal blow.
Those palm trees have been
alongside that highway for years.
They form one of thejmost beautiful
drives in this part of the country. To
cut them down would be criminal.
For years, our people have driven
that highway in the spring and
sunmer months just to get a
glimpse of that beautiful part of our
county.
To cut these trees which have
soothed the psyche of many drivers
in the past years with their beauty
would be a crime.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR...


Feels Proposed Ordinance Infringes


Dear Mr. Ramsey:
We would like to comment,
on the morality ordinance that
has recently been proposed for
Gulf County. We feel that it is
wrong for people of authority
to have the power to impose
the very morals of the indivi-


dual. We personally think
topless dancing and nudity is
improper for' public places,
but if we do not want to go to
those places we do not have to.
It is not forced upon us. We
have no right to force our
morals on others, or to take


away others' rights to do as
they please as long as they
hurt no one else. No one has
the right to restrict or impose
morals upon society. It is
totally undemocratic. Ameri-
ca is suppose to be based on
freedom and, the rights of


everyone. So, see this i
about alot more the
ordinance its self. Ir
morals is the begin
communism. If peo
authority are allowed
tate our morals to us
time goes on they will


to control even more personal
things; Our opinions, our likes
and dislikes, and even our
friends and enemies. Morals
are not for the government to
decide upon. Morals belong to
the individual, and the indivi-
dual should be granted the
right to decide his or her own
s really morals. Who is the govern-
an the ment to say what is good or
posing bad morals?
ning of Sincerely,
ple of Concerned Students of Port St.
to dic- Joe High School
now, as (We request that our names
be able not be printed)


Black-eyed Susans Form A Blanket of Color Across Open Field In Gulf County


A MAN'S WORLD



Pet Problems

S* By Shad Phantry


We have three problems
concerning pets. I should say
pet, because the only pet we
have is a dog and the problems,
center around him. The other
two problems are a direct'
result of the main problem
that started with "Rooter." |
Rooter would not eat dog,
food. That is, he wouldn't eat
dry dog food. The canned,


meat type, he would eat, can
and all. It was just that I
couldn't afford three cans a
meal at 80 cents a can. I don't
eat that well myself...
I decided to solve this, the
main problem. My plan was
simple. I would mix table
scraps (he likes these) with
dry dog food and warm water.
so it would mix well, and


gradually reduce the table
scraps until Rooter was on 100
percent dry dog food. The plan
was simple and basic and was
working.- well. Then along
came problem Number Two.
As you probably know, we,
here in Port St. Joe, live in a
bird sanctuary. Normally,
birds are no problem, but
during the spring when there


is an abundance of our fine
feathered friends (and hung-
ry too), they can become a bit
of a problem. When you are
trying to wean your dog from
gourmet type food to dry dog
food, the birds can become a
real serious problem.
At first there were only a
few and Rooter would protec-
tively chase them away. It
wasn't long, however, until
tweet-tweet spread and the
dog pen was literally covered
with birds. The trees sur-
rounding our house were
turned into a bird restaurant
waiting line. Still, I was able to
continue the dog weening
process to a measure of
success. Rooter will now eat
dry dog food if it will survive


in the dish long enough. This
second problem has created
the third problem for which I
have no solution and des-
perately heed help on.
Because. of the continuous
access to dog food, birds have
seized our home.-They are on
the fence, in trees, on top of
the house, car and sometimes
surround our back door await-
ing Rooter's feeding time.
This is still no major catas-
trophy. The real problem is at
night. These birds have been
here so long eating dog food
that we can't sleep for them.
They sit around outside our
house and keep us awake
barking at one another. Can
anyone help us?


Like It or Not .. You Must Set You


r Clock Up An Hour Saturday Night


ALREADY IT'S THAT time again.
Saturday night,,we are all supposed to
awaken at 2:00 a.m., and set the clocks
up an hour to spend the remainder of
te summer living on Daylight, Saving
Ilme. -
I hate to change over, but after I get
used to the new time, Daylight Saving
'Ime is my kind of time.
The only problem I have with the
new Daylight time is the sudden
changeover and the loss of the hour of
sleep on the night of the big change. I
hpve tried going to bed earlier on that
particular night, but it does no good.
I have tried setting my clock ahead
op Saturday afternoon and spending the
rpst of the day on Central Time, but that
doesn't work. Morning still comes too
early on the next day when I wake up to
a:new dawn and a new time.
Come to think about it, I have never
Shipped out of bed ready to face the
world all strung out with bursting
energy on either Daylight Saving or
S(aiidard time. Morning isn't my time
oC day.
Whether we're ready or not,
D light Savings is coming Saturday
*


and we'll just have to set the clock
ahead and gradually become creatures
of the "fast time". ,<
+ ++
LAST TUESDAY MORNING.Com-


missioners Jimmy Gortman and Doug
Birmingham were late getting to the
County Commission meeting. They set
in to grumbling about how they had to
commute down here to the meeting and
be confused with the Eastern"Time we
have in the south end of the County.
Doug wondered out loud why .south
Gulf County couldn't have a time zone
which was more commodious to the
habits of men rather than having to put


up with our Eastern time.
If old Doug will only look around
him, there are more of us in Gulf
County who live Under Eastern Time
than there are who live in Central Time.


weather ahead.
The week' before Easter, Frenchie
started to get her things together and
clean the ashes out of the fireplace.
I told her, "Put those things away


esley R. Ramsey


It seems to me the rest of the county
ought to get into step and set their
clocks like the rest of us.
You know what they say: "What's '
good for south Gulf County, is good for
the rest of the world!"
That includes time. zones.

YOU CAN TELL THE winter is
over. All the signs point to warm


There's no use to even think about
closing down the fireplace until after
Easter".
It was a warm humid day that
particular day and Frenchie looked at
me as if I didn't know what I was
talking about. Do you ever get that look
from your wife? I think that's the look
wives do best, especially with their
husbands.
As things turned out, I was right.


We lit up the fireplace twice after that
afternoon when Frenchie started to
clean it out and put it away for the
summer.
Back to warm weather.
It's definitely here to stay. I haven't
seen a fiddler crab looking for his
shadow, or a water bird standing on
both legs (they stand on one leg and
tuck their head down in their chest
when it's cold), nor have I seen a
barefoot kid walking down the street.
I have seen people begin to get out
and walk, though. The streets are
beginning to come back to life in the
late afternoon and early evenings.
Bikers are taking to the road and the
walking track down near the High
School is picking up on activity.
All the signs of spring and summer
are there. The next thing you know,
people will be turning on the air
conditioners and complaining about the
electric bill.
When that happens, I will know for
certain sure that summer is upon us.

WITH ONLY A SMIDGEON of


trepidation, I got my income tax mailed
off on the night of April 15. Uncle Sam
doesn't get my payment a moment
ahead of time. It is always a last minute
thing on April 15 when my tax return
goes into the mail. If I have a wreck on
the way to the post office one of these
April 15 nights, and make my return
late, I guess I'll get socked with a late
fine.
I think it was 10:30 on Thursday
night before, with a sob and a tear or
two, I signed that document, slid it into
an envelope, placed a stamp on the
outside and trucked it to the post office.
It hurt. There just doesn't seem to
be any justice to working all year long
and then having to borrow money to
pay your taxes. Somehow, when God
was planning things for this old world,
he didn't take into consideration an
easy way to pay taxes.
On second thought, when he
punished women by relegating them to
a lifetime of pain in childbirth, maybe
the man's punishment for eating the
forbidden apple, was the pain of paying
taxes.


Tides
High and low tides forSt.
Joseph'q 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.
High Ht. Low t..
April22 1042 .9 427 .6
April 23 1050 1.1 1955 .1
April24 1115 1.3 2111 -.1
April 25 1154 1.5 2216 -.3
April 26 1239 1.7 2326 -.4
April 27 1331 1.7
April28 1424 1.7 31 -.4
April 29 1524 1.7 132 -.4


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April 23, 8:30 to9:30 a.m., with
Mrs. B. Rich as counselor.
Grades 7, 8 and 9, Monday,
April 26 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.,
with Mrs. S. Riley as coun-
selor.
All students in grades 7-11
will be involved in pre-regis-
tration activities on April .22
and 26. During these activi-
ties, students will receive
green information sheets that
are to be -returned as follows:
Grades 10 and 11, Monday,
April 26.
Grades 7, 8 and 9, Monday,
May 3.
Students failing to submit
forms by these deadlines, will
be scheduled by their guid-
ance counselor based on the
counselor's knowledge of their
needs and interests.


Energy Assistance


Deadline
Friday, April 23, the low
income energy assistance'
heating and cooling program
will stop taking applications.
Applications received to
date are. much lower than
anticipated for this area. The
State estimates that 500,000
Florida households and more
than one million people are
eligible for energy assistance.
The program this year is a
combined heating and cooling
assistance program.. Appli-
cants do not need a doctor's
statement to qualify. This one
time payment to- help with
energy cost will not affect any
type of assistance already
received such as SSI, Social
Security, Food Stamps, Veter-
ans' Benefits, School grants,
etc.


April 23
Eligibility depends, on
family size and monthly in-
come levels. The income level
is higher this year, meaning
some applicants that where
denied last year are now
eligible this year.
. In Port St. Joe, apply at
224A Reid Avenue. In Wewa-
hitchka, apply at the Old
Courthouse. All applications
must be in the offices or post
marked by April 23.

Interagency to Meet
The monthly meeting of the
Gulf County Interagency
Council will be Friday, April
23, 1:30-2:30 EST at the Gulf
,County Senior Citizens Asso-
ciation offices, Avenue D at
Peters St.


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301 Reid Avenue


Phone 227-1813


Shown preparing for pre-registration of
high school studentsnext week are, from left
to right:' assistant principal Jacque Price,
rA~anaB to a iias r *:'^-a


Collect 'Money for Cancer Drive
The Key Club of. Port St. Joe High School recently raised
$219.01 for the Gulf County Cancer'Society fund drive, in a
four hour roadblock. Tuesday morning, the club presented a



Applem-an On,


Crime Comm.


Governor Bob Graham this,
week announced the appoint-
ment of Jim Appleman to the
Council on Organized Crime.
Appleman, 37, of Marianna,
serves as State Attorney for
the 14th Judicial Circuit, a
post to which.he was elected in
January, 1981. He received his
bachelor's degree from Flori-
da State University in 1967.
Appleman attended the FSU
Law School graduating in
1972. From 1973 to 1979 he
served as Assistant State
Attorney for the 14th Judicial
Circuit.
The Council on Organized
Crime is charged with deter-
mining the scope and extent of
organized crime activities in
Florida, establishes policy
and priorities for prosecuting
such crimes, making annual
recommendations to the Go-
vernor and Legislature, on
various aspects of the crimi-
nal justice system and provid-
ing support staff to' the state


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(E) 10,500 BTU COOLING
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attorney designated by the; 4
Governor, to serve as legal
advisor to the Statewide
Grand Jury. This council
consists of five state attorneys
appointed by the Governor,
one member of the Senate and
one member of the House of
Representatives.
Upon appointing Appleman,
Governor Graham said, "Or-
ganized Crime is not limited to
South Florida or to the large
metropolitan areas, it 'is a
statewide problem. Jim Ap-,
pleman has taken a firm and
sure stand on the prosecution
of all types of crimes in the
Panhandle of Florida. I am
confident that his enthusiasm
will be a strong factor' in his
accomplishments with this
organization."

Film Slated-

Sunday at

Pentecostal
Now for the first time on the
screen comes a dramatic
documentary that says over
and over again that God keeps
and honors His Word. Nar-
rated by much loved man of
God, Dr. Grady Wilson of the
Billy Graham team, and pro-
duced by Earl Miller, creator
of the highly successful film
series, "Focus on the Fami-
'ly", featuring-Dr. James C.
Dobson, this film will hold' you
captive from the first exciting
scene until the last.
God promised to return His
people, Israel,. to their home-
land, and this He did, right
after World War II. He further
promised a permanent home
to all, both Jew and Gentile
alike, who would accept His
Son, Jesus Christ, as their only
means of salvation.
See "Free Again" at First
Pentecostal Holiness Church,
2001 Garrison Avenue, on
April 25th at 7:00 P.M.


guidance officers, Sara Riley and Beverly
rich and principal Edwin Williams.,
-Star photo


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1982


Pre-Registration Tomorrow,


,Pre-registration time for
Port St. Joe Junior-Senior
High School students is here
again. This is that time of the
school year when it is neces-
sary for students to make
decisions for course selections
for the next school year.
A variety of pre-registration
activities designed to aid
parents and students in course
selections for the 1982-83
school year is being planned
by the guidance counselors.
Two parent workshops are
scheduled. Parents may at-
tend either and should select
one degisned for the grade
level in which their child is
currently enrolled. Parent
workshops are scheduled as
follows:
Grades 10 and 11, Friday,


check for the $219.01 to Mrs. Jessie Mae Thomas, an officer of
the Gulf County Chapter of the -American Cancer Society.
The check was presented to Mrs. Thomas by Kip Altstaetter,
president of the Key Club. In the photo above, members of
the club gather to witness the check presentation by
Altstaelter. --Star photo


The committee commended meeting and expand
the offering of emerging and educational program
unique programs, which pro-. mendations included
vide students with learning vision of a sidewall
experiences that complement the front driveway, a
the knowledge acquired walk from the main
through participation in the to the vocational corn
traditional academic curricu- better regulation of
lum. ing and cooling syst
An official report
General areas of services visiting committee
provided by the school and all submitted to the
academic areas were evalu- Association of Colle
ated, with commendations Schools following
and recommendations being recommendation will
made. as to the accreditatii
The administration, faculty of the school.


Rev. Cox Is Oak Gro

Cystic Fibrosis Head

Selected as chairman for tion Chapters in the
this year's Cystic Fibrosis The Foundation's mis
Bike-A-Thon in Oak Grove is find the means for thi
Rev. Laurence Cox. tion, control and
The CF Bike-A-Thon is a treatment of cystic f
community event which al- Volunteers are beix
lows participants to raise to help with the Bike
needed funds and enjoy a day For further informal
of bike riding, find out howyou canh
The Florida Chapter is one the CF Bike-A-Thon h
of 73 Cystic Fibrosis Founda- 1-800-282-8122; toll fre


ding the.
.Recom-
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k around
covered
building :
plex; and
the heat-

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which' a
be made
on status


yve. ,


county.
ssion it to
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help; call
hot line at
se.


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

2001 GARRISON AVE. PORTST. JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................... 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ... ... .. ....... 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT ........ .. 7700 P.M


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- "1 "wIcB c ,MU 4 1't- V"R, a 4d" Thomas Jefferson was the
first US president to be
414 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe Phone 229-6195 inaugurated in Washington,
SD.C.


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Accreditation Committee


Reviews PSJ High School

Following the faculty's pre- tunities, as well as for corn- and student body were com-
paration of a self-study which mon needs of all students, with mended for the wholesome
highlighted the adequacy of the recommendation that ef- atmosphere and attractive
existing conditions, a commit- forts be made to continue the surroundings at Port St. Joe
tee representing the Southern comprehensive course offer- Jr.-Sr. High School and for a
Association of Colleges and ings, despite declining enrol- facility which provides limit-
Schools visited Port St. Joe lment. less oppnnortunitv for imnle-


Monday at P.S.J.


Jr.-Sr. High


Jr.-Sr. High School on March
22-24. The self-study presented
to the committee was rev-
viewed, school activities were
observed, and students and
school personnel were inter-
viewed.
Self-evaluations made by
the faculty were validated,
commendations were given,
and recommendations were
made to assist school person-
nel in their efforts in improv-
ing the educational program
and providing opportunities
for the. youth of the com-
munity. The educational pro-
gram, was found to be con-
sistent with stated goals and
objectives and to reflect bal-
ance, flexibility, and articula-
tion. The large and diverse
selection of courses was re-
cognized as adequately pro-
viding for individual oppor-


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 22,


By Roy Lee Carter


The one vegetable that-
almost all backyard garden-
ers willf include in "their
gardens is the tomato Staking
and pruning are-sort of fine
tuning in the garden. They
don't have to be done, and they
certainly won't make up for
deficiencies in fertilizer,
water, mulches, or adequate,
spray problems, but they can
enhance the quality of fruit
that your tomato plants pro-
duce. My information for this.
article was provided by Ex-
tension Vegetable Specialist,
Jim Stephens, of the Univer-
sity of Florida, Institute of
Food and Agricultural
Sciences.
As your tomato plants grow
larger, they may benefit from
staking and pruning. Staking
the, plants keeps the fruit off
the' ground and conserves
space in the garden. Staking'
also makes it easier to culti-
vate and harvest tomatoes,
and it helps prevent fruit rots.
A couple of words of caution


PAGE FOUR /


Left to right, Mrs. Howard Blick, mother of the honoree, Miss Lynn Blick and hostesses Mrs.
. Satuo Price and Mrs. Ela Sutton. -Star photo


Lynn Blick Is Inspiration

or Bridal Calting Shower
SMiss Lynn Bick was honored were Mrs. Sidney Anchors, Hubert Richards, Mrs. Carson
,ith a Bridal. Shower Satur- Mrs. Janet Anderson, Mrs. Shores, Mrs. Fred Sutton,
lay, April 17th in the home of Billy Barlow, Mrs. Wade Miss Barbara Whitfield, Mrs.
SIrs. Jimmy Spikes, Many Barrier, Jr.,, Mrs. Walter James Wood. The, hostesses
guests called during the ap- Johnson,' Mrs. Perry J. presented Miss Blick with a
pointed hours. McFarland, Mrs. Robert Ned- lovely serving dish of her
SHostesses for the occasion ley, Mrs. Jacque Price, Mrs; china.


ynn Blick, Jeffrey Furr To
Exchange Vows Saturday


: Mr. and Mrs. Howard L.
$lick 'have announced the
pnal wedding plans of their
daughter, Lynn Marie, to
Jeffrey Lee Furr.
-The wedding will be on
i f


Saturday, April 24, at 4:00
P.M. at the First United
Methodist Church. A reception
will follow in the fellowship
hall. All friends and relatives
are invited to attend.


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The hostesses presented
Miss Blick with a corsage of
pink and white carnations.
Mrs. Howard Blick, mother of
the bride, was also presented
a corsage of white orchids.


When cooking rice re-
member, one cup of raw
rice equals three and a
half cups when cooked.


County Extnsion Director


about staking, staked plants total number of fruit that your
are more subject to a condi- tomatoes will produce, but it
tion called blossom-end rot causes the fruit that are
than plants which are allowed produced to be larger in size,
to grow naturally. You need to and easier to find.
be very careful when you You need to prune tomatoes
drive stakes into the ground about once a week. This is best
because it's very easy to done by hand. Hold the. shoot
damage plant roots. firmly between your thumb
Some of the popular tomato and forefinger and bend it. to
varieties which require stak- one side until it snaps. Then
ing are: Floradel, Big boy pull the shoot off in the
varieties, Better boy varie- opposite direction. Reversing
ties, and Manapal. Tomatoes the direction is necessary to
which do well left unstaked prevent injury to the leaf axil
are Walter, Tropi-Red, Home- or the main stem.
stead and Florida M-H one. When you prune, leave two
Floramerica may be staked or or three main stems to de-
unstaked. velop the plant. Be careful not
One method of staking to disturb the fruit buds which
which seems to work well is to appear just above or just
use wooden stakes that are below the point where the
about six to eight feet long and leaves are attached to the leaf
one-and-a-half inches wide. stem.
Drive the stakes into the soil In summary, staking and
about two feet, keeping the pruning are important steps to
stakes about three or four
inchstakes from each plant. As thetomato culture. Staking plants
inches from each plant. As the keeps fruit off the ground and
plant grows, tie it to the stake helps to conserve space in the
with string; soft twine or
stri f rags. Y ou'll probably garden. Not all varieties need
strips of rags. You'll probab to be staked, however, so
need to make between four check with your local nursery-
and six ties throughout the man, if you aren't sure.
growing season. Always make
sure that you make these ties Pruning is done to remove
below the fruit cluster, the small side branches, cal-
Your next step in tomato led suckers, that form be-
culture is pruning. Pruning is tween the main stem and the
done to remove the sma 1 leaf stem. Pruning reduces
shoots that appear between the total number of fruits that
the leaf stem and the maih your tomato plants will pro-
plant stem, removing these duce, 'but the fruits that
shoots, or suckers, reduces the develop will be larger.

Rummage Sale Saturday to Benefit
Mexico Beach Fire Department
The Auxiliary of the Mexic6 The Auxiliary would like to
Beach Volunteer Fire Depart! take this means to thank
ment will have a rummage everyone who contributed to
sale on Saturday, April 24, at 8 e c t
. A.M., C.T., at the Mexico the Bake Sale. It was a huge
Beach Shopping Center. success.


WE NEED A NAME!'
We are searching for a new name for
Terry's Fried Chicken and want you
to help. Bring your new name to
Terry's, 418 Monument Ave.

$100.00 Cash Prize
For Winning Suggestion
Ask About Our Birthday Party
Catering Service

MY SUGGESTION
MY NAME
ADDRESS PH. __


Atkins, Miller Final Plans

for Nuptials Are Revealed


1982


















IL


May Day

Festivities
Are Planned
May Day festivities -are
being planned for May First,
and in order for the event to be
successful, support is needed
from many groups.
Everyone is invited to parti-
cipate. All churches, civic and
social clubs, scout troops, and
any other organizations are
urged to become involved.
Each organization is asked
to: Enter a girl 7-11 years old
in the Queen Contest; sponsor
a food booth; prepare an
entertainment activity.
For more information con-
tact: Charlene D. Fontaine,
229-8826; Minnie J. Likely,
229-8155; or Maxine K. Gant,
229-6624.

Mrs. Taylor

Hosts UWM

On Monday
Mrs. Roy Taylor was host-
ess to Mission Group II of the
First United Methodist
Church on Monday, with
twelve members attending.
Mrs. Nobie Stone presided
over the business meeting.
Members were reminded of
the Mission Study Day to be'
held on May 13th.
An inspiring program was
given by Mrs. Charles Brown
on "The Seven Main Aspects
of God."
The Group will meet with
Mrs. W. T. Mosely, Jr. for the

May meeting.


don, Sr. of Germantown, Ten
nessee and the grandson o
Mrs. McClain Henry Elder 0
Port St. Joe.
Miss West graduated front
Plantation High School, Plan
station. She received a bache
lor's degree in Business Ad
ministration from Aubur
University, where she was
member of the Pi Beta Ph
Sorority. She is an accountant
with Arthur Andersen & Co
in Atlanta, Georgia.
Mr. Yadon graduated froi
Bloomington High Schoo
Bloomington, Illinois. He a
tended Auburn University an
received a bachelor's degree
in Materials Engineering. H
is presently employed as
Materials Engineer with th
Naval Air Rework Facility a
the Naval Air Station, Jaci
sonville.


Mr. and Mrs. Homer Davic
Atkins, of Overstreet, wish t
announce final plans for th
wedding of their daughter
Sherron Jean, to Robert Le
, Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs
Henry Lee Miller of Murfrees
boro, Tennessee.

Clay Has A Baby
Brother, Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brook
Adkison are proud to announ
ce the birth of their son
Ashley Brooks. Brooks wa
born March 19 at Gulf Coas
Community Hospital. H
weighed 7p lbs. and was 211/
inches long.
He was welcomed home b:
his big brother, Clay; hic
grandparents, Ralph an
Betty Walton, and Clio ant
Jean Adkinson; and lots o
aunts, uncles and cousins.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Mr
Gene Daniels wishes to ex
press our gratitude and ap
preciation for the man)
thoughtful acts of kindnes.
shown to us during the deati
of our beloved one.
Sincere thanks for food
floral tributes, cards, phon(
n- calls, visits, prayers anm
of services offered. We could no
of have made it without you
May God bless each.Af you.
n- Corine Daniels
e- and entire family


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d The wedding will take place
o on Saturday, April 24, at 7:00
e p.m., CST, at the First United
r, Methodist Church in Wewa-
e hitchka. A reception will fol-
i. low immediately after in the
s- Church fellowship hall. All
friends and relatives are
invited to attend.


| GOOD
s REASONS
1- to see your good
s neighbor agent
t
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Is
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CAR HOME
LIFE HEALTH

'- BILL WOOD
y 411 Reid Ave.
s 229-6514 or 229-6103
h
Like a good neighbor.
I, State Farm is there.
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t
INSURANCE
STATE FARSl
INSURANmCE COMPANIES
Hoe OMces: B.Ioomli.to.. Umolsi


FIRST

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. HOWARD BROWNING, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ....................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00 A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING .................... 6:00 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 7:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .......... 7:00 P.M.
"Come and Wqrship God with Us"


Sthe Grand Opening of


Glad's Backyard Beauty Parlor

Wednesday April 20 Opening Day
"A Complete Hair Styling Center"

GLADYS BROWN, Owner and Operator


Phone 227-1484
815 Marvin. Ave.


Port St. Joe, Fla.


MISS ELIZABETH HOWE WEST,


Engaged


EXTENSION NOTES: |.


Anyone Can Grow

Good Tomatoes


"Cool It with


George"



Air Conditioning



and Refrigeration


RESIDENTIAL AND f
COMMERCIAL

SALES SERVICE
INSTALLATION

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR


Now Adding

Electric Motor Rewinding
Fractional H.P. thru 3 H.P.
Single Phase or Three Phase



George Thomas Company

Phone 229-6394 or 648-8952


Port St Joe, Fla.


310 Williams Ave.


Brevard Davidson River
Presbyterian Church in Bre-
vard, North Carolina will be
the setting June 12 for the
wedding of Miss Elizabeth
Howe West of Atlanta, Geor-
gia, and Mr. John Leonard
Yadon of Jacksonville. She is
the daughter of Mrs. James
Reece Lewis of Coral Springs,
and Mr. Lewis Austin West of
Miami. He is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. James Nelson Ya-


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1982


The Gulf Rifle Club will be contacted. Dates and times
ponsor a Firearms Course for.. will be announced later when
he ladies of the area, if .there it is known how many are
re enough interested. The interested. The only cost of the
ourse will be taught by a course will be the ammo used.
t.t t ti i'etf.;l Intso-tnru Tor It UTnon onmnlftionn nf their


Kma C lUe 'U enSwu rL L
ill consist of handguns,'rifles
nd shotguns, with live firing
t targets. If ybu are interest-


ed, call 648-5839 or 2296390,
and leave your name and
phone number wheie you can

FOR SALE
3 bedroom frame home,
heaters, refrigerator,
stove, window air condi-
tioner and chain link fenc-
ed back yard: 1408 Long.
Avenue.Call 229-8877.
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3 Students Win National


Top Speller
Tammy Williams is presented a certificate of
achievement by her fifth grade teacher, Mrs. Cathy Colbert,
noting her achievement as' champion speller at Highland
View Elementary School. Tammy.is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Williams. --Star photo


and
Three seventh grade stu-
dents from Faith Christian
School recently qualified to be
part of Duke University's
National Talent Search. There
were 12,000 students nation-
wide who participated. How-
ard Richards, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Billy Joe Richards; Lee
Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bruce Parker; and Robert
Quarles, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William.Quarles, were among
the participants.
After taking all parts (verb-
al and mathematical sections
and the Test of Standard
Written English) of the Ad-
missions Testing Program's
Schlastic Aptitude Test,
Howard Richards qualified to
attend the Grand Awards
Ceremony to be held at Dutike
University, ,Durham, North
Carolina on May 15th. Lee
Parker's scores qualified him
to attend the State Awards
Ceremony to be held later this


State

year.
Howard's scores were e
ceptional for a seventh grad
student. Comparing his score
with those of high scho
juniors and seniors taking th


Recognition

same test, only 37 percent did Howard, Lee, and R
x- better in the verbal section, are all honor students at ]
de only 35 percent did better in Christian School. Thi:
es mathematics and only 17 Howard's and Robert's e
ol percent did better in the Test year at Faith Christian
he of Standard Written English. Lee's fifth year.


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ing arrangements for a Hunt-
er's Safety Program Course in
the near future. This course
and certification will be re-
quired for anyone who intends
tn hunt nn St Vincent this


course, a Certificate of Corm- season. It is also required in
pletion will be given, *the State of Georgia.
The Club is currently mak-

Gulf County School Lunch

MENUS Vj


Monday, April 26
Sloppy Joe, French fries,,
orange juice, cake and milk.
Tuesday, April27
Battered dipped fish, cab-
bage slaw, baked beans, hush
puppy and milk.


MENTAL HEALTH EMERGENCY


Call 227-1145


Gal. 522-23.


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MOANING WORSHIP ... 11:00 A.
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Pastor -- Ira J. Nichols


Wednesday, April 28
Spaghetti with meat sauce,
green beans, tossed salad,
.buttered roll and milk.
Thursday, April 29
Chicken, rice with gravy,
turnip greens, 'spiced beets,
cornbread and milk.
Friday, April 30
Hot dog, French fries, sliced
peaches with peanut granules,


cinnamon crispy and milk
All menus are subject
change due to the. availabi
of foods.
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Chad Edward Medley

Chad Has His
First Birthday
Chad Edward Medley, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack E.,
Medley of White City, cele-'
brated his first birthday on
April llth in his home. Friends
and relatives enjoyed a clown-
decorated cake and ice cream.
Chad is the grandson of Mrs.
Barbara H. Bratcher and: the
late PaulE. Bratcher of White
City, and Mrs. Estelle Medley
and the late Joe E. Medley of
Chattahoochee.'


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SNew-Look
Terrell Beard, intern-casemanager at the


ARC sponsored Activity Center, produced a
new look for the Center's building located at'
200 Peters Street in the old Washington High
School complex. -Star photo


to Pvt Max Wopd Helping
lity KeepPeace In Sinai
To Keep Peace In Sinai


Pvt. Max Wood, Jr., son of checkpoints and observation .
Minnie L. price and stepson of .posts and conduct reconnais-
Charles F. Price of. Route 2, sance patrols along the Sinai
Wewahitchka, is a member of peninsula. The peninsula is
the 1st Battalion Airborne, located on the southeast
505th Infantry, Fort Bragg, shores of the Mediterranean
N.C.', participating in the Sea and extends eastward
multi-national peace-keeping from the Suez Canal to Israel
force and observers (MFO) as and southward from the Medi-
the primary U.S. military terranean to the Red Sea.
contingent in the Sinai. Training for the -special
The MFO, an independent assignment included learning
agency responsible to the observation and reporting
governments "'of Israel and techniques; checkpoint and
Egypt, was established as a escort duties; counterter-
result of the 1979 Egypt-Israel r-orism; security and outpost
peace treaty. training; land-mine identifica-
The mission of the airborne tion, navigation and driver
unit is to establish and operate t aining.

Amn. Barbara Anderson

Ends Basic T aining
Airman Barbard A. Ander- She is a 1977 graduate of
son, daughter of Tommie and Wewahitchka High School.
Bessie Anderson of Wewa-
hitchka, has been assigned to
Sheppard Air Force Base, usi
Texas, after completing Air Ili ical Set
Force basic training,
SDuring the six, weeks at [For Tues.
Lackland Air Force Base,School
Texas, the airman studied the iApalachicola High School
Air Force mission, organiza- al prTuesent a 90-m minute musi-
tion and customsand received aoTuesday, April27 in the
special training in human port, st. Joe High School
relations. Coliseum, entitled "The Mag-
.. ic Talisman".
In addition, airmen who The program will begin at
complete basic training earn 12:30. Tickets will be on sale
credits toward an associate Monday and Tuesday in the
degree in applied science school office for $1.00 each.
through the Community Col- For further information,
lege of the Air Force.' call Carolyn Turner or Jacque
The airman will now receive Price at 229-8251.
specialized instruction in the The public is invited to
communications field. attend.'


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
SUNDAY SCHOOL ........................ 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 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


"Farming. .a kind of continual miracle wrought by::
the hand of God." Benjamin Franklin-



Sur-Way Electric

411 Reid Avenue

Commercial, Residential

Remodeling and

Service Work

CHARLES SO WELL

26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded
Call Shorty at

229-6798




"NAME US"'


CONTEST

The Gulf County Senior

Citizens Assoc., Inc. Is -

Looking for A New Name

RULES

1. Must be a Gulf County resident.
2. Must be 55 or older.
3. All entries should be written on a clean
sheet of paper with the submitted's
name, address, telephone number and .
date of birth. -
4. Entries may be mailed to "Name Us",
P. O. Box 776, Port St. Joe, FL 32456, or
brought by the Association office at Ave.
D and Peters in Port St. Joe.
5. The absolute deadline is April 30, 1982,
at 5 p.m. ET.
6. Th'e judging panel's decision will be
final.
7. Employees of the Association may not
enter.


BAY AUTO PARTS


Auto Parts and Accessories


609 Highway 98 Highland View


Phone 227-1774


Port St. Joe, Florida

Register for Free Grand Opening Prizes


1 Home Lite X/L Chain Saw 8 1 Case Valvoline Motor. Oil
2 Set of Spark-0-Matic Auto Radio 9 2 Monroe Shocks
Stereo Speakers (SK6900) 10 1 Whitaker 390X Booster Cables
3 Marine Battery 11 & 12 2 Hastings Jackets
4 Tito Auto Battery 13 RC Industries Fire Extinguisher
5 T65 Niehoff Timing Light 14 Plows Mini Grease Gun
6 Walker Jack F93225 15 Ray-O-Vac LM-10-5 Floating Light
7 Pair Quartz Halogen Lights 16 Go-Jo Wall Dispenser



Prizes Awarded Saturday, May 15
Must Be 18 Years of Age with Valid Driver's License to Register
Walter H. Roberson, Owner Jerry Elliott, Manager


HOWARD RICHARDS


Firearms Course for

Women Being Planned


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Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 10:00A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY~SCHOOL CLASS .......... 1100 A.M.
Study In the Gospeld, Wednesday 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With

HANNON INSURANCE

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The Insurance Store Since 1943

Auto Home Business Life

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8:30 til 6:00 Monday through Friday

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 19M2


The Gulf County School nel matters:
Board met in regular session Approved Sue Mathes' pay
on March 2,1982 at 5:30 PM in status be changed from Secre-
the Courthouse in Port St. Joe, tary 111 to Secretary II;
Florida. The following mem- Approved Bonnie Harrison
bers were present: Waylon be employed as a clerical aide'
Graham, Ted Whitfield, Gene ..at Wewahitchka High School
Raffield, Fred Greer. Board. for the remainder of the school
member Sewell was absent. year; ,.
The Superintendent was also Accepted the resignation of
present. Gordon Alford, effective Feb-
Chairman Graham presided ruary 3, 1982;
and the meeting was opened Approved the employment
with- prayer by Graham and of Cathy Causey as custodian
followed by the Pledge of at Wewahitchka Elementary
Allegiance. School, effective February 3,
The Board held a public 1982. This is a ten month
hearing on Revised School position;
Board Policies at 5:30. PM. Approved Elnora Turner
There was no response from and Susan Thomas employees
the general public. On motion at Wewahitchka 'Elementary
by Raffield, second by Greer, School have their work days
the Board voted unanimously increased from five hours to
to adopt the revised. School seven hours, effective Febru-
Board Policies. ary 2, 1982; .
Melita Davis and Gail Zim- :Accepted.the'resignation of
merman, officers of the High- WilliamJ. Wood as an instruc-
land View Elementary School- -tor at Port St. Joe High School,
PTA met with the Board and effective March 1, 1982;
discussed the possibility of 'Approved Dwaine Fisher as
school board matching funds track coach for the remainder
to purchase some blinds for of.the 1981-82 school year. This
the Highland View Elemen- position became vacant be-
tary School. The Board au- cause of the resignation of
theorized the Superintendent to William Wood; .
obtain three bids for the blinds Approyed Dana Shaw Mad-
and it would be discussed at' dox be employed as head
the next meeting. football coach at Port St. Joe -
Mrs. Jo O'Barr presented High School for the remainder
the School Board with a check of the 1981-82 school year;
in the amount of $782.00. This Approved the following ad-
represents final payment of a ministrators for employment
loan made to purchase new for the 1982-83 school year:
band uniforms at Port St. Joe Harrell Holloway, Harry Her-
High School. rington, Temple Watson,
Robert Keels met with the Laura Geddie, Helen Ramsey,
Board and discussed the possi- James -Mclnnis, Edwin Wil-
bility of employing an aide to liams, Jacque Price, Gerald
accompany the driver from Lewter, Howard Blick, Bar-
Port St. Joe to Panama City bara Shirley, Clayton Wooten,
with our exceptional educa- Carey Floore.
action children. This was tabled On motion by Mr. Raffield,
until the next meeting. second by, Mr. Whitfield, the
On motion by Greer, second' Board a thorized the Superin-
by Raffield, the Board unani- tendent to notify all annual
mously approved the minutes contract teachers that the
of February 2. 1982. Board cannot renew their
The Board discussed some contract for the 1982-83 school
problems at the new Wewa- year. The Board also voted to
hitchka Elementary School reduce the-assistant principal
and mentioned that several position at Port St. Joe High
' items on the punch list had not School from a twelve month
- been completed. r position -to, a tenf month plus
The Board discussed two' position. and eliminatee the
. buildings at Wewahitchka Ele- Building -Trades. program at
mentary and how to dispose of PortSt. Joe High School. The
them. It was decided that the-, vote was unanimous.
trailer was to-be movedAto --On motion by -Raffield,
Overstreet Fire Station. ...second by Greer, the Board
On recommendation of they .acknowledged receipt of the
Superintendent, motion by 'Hearing Officer'steport rela-
SWhitfield, second by Greer,._ tive to- the.-larence Monette
the Board unanimously ap'- suspensioMn'The Board's at-
proved the following person-:-; torney 'was' hospitalized and


PAGE SIX


this matter was tabled un
the next board meeting. Ni
than Peters, Jr. spoke
support of sustaining t
disciplinary action original
imposed by the Board.
On motion by Greer, seco
by Raffield, the Board.unan
mously voted that Ma
Brown be. allowed to attend
the 1982 summer session a
take one needed cour
through the adult program.
The Board reviewed co
respondence from Nation
Honor Society at Wewahitc
ka High School. On motion b
Whitfield, second by Gree
the Board approved a schola
ship award to at least o01
National Honor Society mer
ber who plans to continue hi
or her education: The Boar
also reviewed a request for tI
use of. the commons an
kitchen area at the ne
Wewahitchka site for a Cor
munity School conference an
dinner. On motion by Whi
field, second by Greer, ti
isoard voted unanimously
approve this request.
The Board reviewed a pr
posal of the Ward Ridge Cit
Commissioners relative to o
fice. space for our Main
tenance Director's office. C
motion by Raffield, second b
Whitfield, by unanimous vot
the Board directed the Si
perintendent to relocate th
maintenance office at Port S
Joe High School.
The Board reviewed eac
cost center budget. No action
necessary.
On motion by RaffielI
second. by Greer,. the Boar
unanimously voted to pay th
bills.
On motion by Greer, secor
by Whitfield, the Board ap
proved a request from th
Gifted Class for the use of
bus and furnish gasoline for
field trip to Kennedy Spac
Center on March 21; 22,23. Th
vote was unanimous.
On motion by Raffieli
second by Greer, the Boar
accepted the apparent hig
bid from Martin Gay for th
two junk trucks located at th
bus barn. His bid was $5.00 o
the 1966 Chevrolet and $10.(
on the 1967 Chevrolet.
SOn mrotidn- by'" 'Raffield
sdeond'by"'Grer, theW Boar
set a utility charge of $50.0(
for the use of the coliseum
Port St. Joe High School to th
Mens Club of the First Unite
Methodist Church.
On motion by Greer, second
by Whitfield, the Board ai
cepted the lowest bid front
Finishing Touch, Port St. Jo
for carpet, at the old Wewa
hitchka Elementary Schoo
Bids are as follows: Finishin
Touch, Port St. Joe, $6,747.00
Finishing- Touch, Panam
City, $6,900.00; St. Joe Furni
ture Company, no bid.
The Board authorized th
Superintendent to advertis
for bids on the Fire Alar
System at the old Wewa
hitchka Elementary School.
There being no further
business,- the meeting ad
journed to meet again April 6
1982 at 9:00 AM.
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Sharks Start


Play-off Games

Port St. Joe High School baseball Sharks will be
entering the first round of the baseball play-offs today,
when they meet the Blountstown Tigers in Blountstown
this afternoon at 4:00 p.m., EST, in the District
Tournament.
While the Sharks are playing Blountstown,
Wakulla and Apalchicola will meet in Wakulla in the
other half of the first round play-offs.
If Port ST. Joe wins this afternoon, they will meet
the winner of the Apalachicola-Wakulla game at Shark
Stadium Friday afternoon at 4:00 p.m., for the District
Championship.
The Sharks closed out their regular season
Saturday, losing 10-9 to Florida High in extra innings.
7-6 in extra innings.
The Sharks had a 5-0 lead in the fourth inning and
were still leading 7-5 going into the bottom of the
eighth, when the Demons scored in the last half of the
eighth on a double and single.
Billy Burke led the Shark hitting with two hits. Tim
Stutzman was the loser for the Sharks, who ended up
the season with a 9-10 record.
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the club will act as chef,
waiter and dish washer.
Cooking will go on until
12:00 noon, with the club
serving everyone who comes
and purchases a $2.00 ticket on
the corner of Reid Avenue and
Fifth Street.


VFW Auxiliary Meets


V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary
Post No. 10069 met Tuesday,
April 13th, at a regular
meeting at the Motel St. Joe to
elect And install officers for
1982 and 1983.


Emplo e of Year last Saturday. Badger has spent some 45 of
S Y P/ 8 O .. his 65 years as an employee of the City of Port
St. Joe. Tuesday, Badger was designated as
City Auditor and Clerk, Alden Farris, left, the City's employee of the year and presented
presents a resolution toJoe Badger, long-time the resolution signed by all members of the
city employee, who marked his 65th birthday City Commission. --Star photo


d, on. March.9, 1982 in the- Gulf Gayfers in the amount of
d County Courthouse in Port St. $1,374.00. Bids are as follows:
0 Joe, Florida. The following Gayfers, $1,374.00; Finishing
at members were present: Way- Touch in Port St. Joe,
ie Ion Graham, Ted Whitfield, $1,760.00; Finishing Touch in
d Gene Raffield, Paul Sewell, Panama City, $1,746.00; Sears
Fred Greer. The Superinten- in Panama City, $1,744.10.
d dent was also present. The Board received Bids on
c- Chairman Graham presided :a Fire Alarm System at the
m and the meeting was opened main street site at Wewa-
3e with prayer by Sewe and hitchka Elementary School.
a- followed by the Pledge of On motion by Sewell, second
'L Allegiance. by Greer, the Board accepted
g On recommendation of the the lowest bid of ICR in
0; Superintendent,, motion by Wewahitchka in the amount of
a Raffield, second by Greer, the $19,499.00. Bids are as follows:
n- Board unanimously accepted ICR, $19,499.00; Audio Sound,
the AGREEMENT between $20,450.00. Copies of bids are
e the School Board of Gulf on file in the Superintendent's
se County and the Gulf County office.
m Classroom Teacher Associa- On recommendation of the
a- tion. Copies of the AGREE- Superintendent, motion by
MENT are on file in the Raffield, second by Greer, the
r Superintendent's office. Board unanimously voted to
" On motion by Greer, second construct some flammable
6, by Sewell, the Board authoriz- storage buildings out of Safety
ed the Superintendent to check to Life Funds.
ol into funds and make arrange- On recommendation of the
on ments to employ an aide to Superintendent, motion by
accompany the driver from, Greer, second by Sewell, the
Port St. Joe to Panama City Board unanimously approved
with our exceptional educa- the employment of Charles
tion children for the remain- Regner as a teacher at Port
der of this school year. St. Joe High School for the
On recommendation of the remainder of this school year.
Superintendent, motion by The Board reviewed a re-
Raffield, second by Greer, thie quest from a youthl baseball
Board unanimously voted Ito group from Wewahitchka and
apply the penalty clause ito the Oak Grove Assembly of
Kolmetz Construction Co'p- God Church for the use of a
any for twenty days at $50.=0 bus for a non-school activity.
per day over contract of the On motion by Raffield, second
new Wewahitchka Elemen- by Sewell, the Board approved
tary School. The Board also these two requests provided
instructed the Superintendent they adhere' to the policies.
to hold 10 percent of contrac- There being no further
tors fee until all items on the business, the meeting ad-
punch list are completed., journed.
On recommendation of tle The Board of County Comn-
Superintendent, motion by mission met April 2, 1982 in
Sewell, second by Whitfield, special session, duly adver-
the Board unanimously voted tised, with the following mem-
to amend Wewahitchka Ele- bers present: Chairman Jim-
menta School's class sche- my 0. Gortmani, William R.
dule at he main Street site for Branch, James L. Tankersley,
the remainder of the school and Eldridge Money. Also
year. present were Attorney Wil-
The Board discussed as- liam J. Rish Clerk Jerry
bestos removal at both high Gates, and Bailiff Bill Lamar.
cs and rested add- atThe meeting came to order
schools and requested ad i at 9:00 a.m.
tional testing before any deci- The Attorney opened the
sions are made. meeting with prayer and the
There being no further Clerk led the pledge of allegi-
business, the meeting ad- ance to the flag.
journed. The Chairman announced
Te Gf C t Shool that the special meeting had
The Gulf County School been called at the request of
Board met in special session the attorney. Attorney Rish
on March 19, 1982 at 12:15 in then told the Board that
the Courthouse in Port St. Joe, Circuit Judge Larry Bodiford
Florida. The following mem- had entered an order concern-
bers were present: Waylon ingthe Property Appraiser's
Graham, Gene Raffield, Paul budget and the Boardhad ten
Sewell, Fred Greer. Board days to file a motion for a
member Whitfield was absent, re-hearing to ask the judge to
The Superintendent was also reconsider his ruling. After
present. discussion, Comm. Branch
The Board received bids for moved the Board petition for a
some blinds to be purchased re-hearing of the order con-
for Highland View Elemen- cerning the Property Ap-
tary School with School Board praiser's budget. Comm.
and Highland View PTA Money seconded the motion
matching funds. On motion by and it passed unanimously.
Sewell, second by Greer, the There being no further busi-
Board unanimously voted to ness, the meeting was then
accept the lowest bid from adjourned.


Veterans Office Will
Close May 3, 4, 5, 6
The Veterans Service Office
will be closed on May 3, 4, 5, 6
7, 18, 19, 20 and 21, Regular
office hours will be observed
for the remaining part of the
month.


Alice Weiss, Installing Of-
ficer, and Madie Lowery,
Installing Conductress, from
Panama City Post installed
the following officers:
President, Maxine M. Ro-
binson; Senior Vice-Presi-
dent, Mary Lou Yates; Junior
Vice-President, Mildred Kit-
chens; Secretary, Minnie
Likely; Treasurer, Erma Ken-
nedy; Chaplain, Wayra Peter-
son; Conductress, Caroline
Devers; Guard, Faye Gard-
ner; Three. year Trustee,
Doris Toole; Two year Trus-
tee, Paulette Rodgers.
Other officers will be in-
stalled this evening, April
22nd, at 7:00 P.M. at the Motel
St. Joe.

Nunery Marks
5th Birthday
Benjamin Nunery cele-
brated his fifth birthday at
McDonald's on April 1st. -
Helping him celebrate were
his sister, Belena Nunery,
Christie Kirkland, Kelli Gra-
ham, Travis -and Sabrina
Cannington, Bianca Darna,
and Tina Peacock.


In Leadership S(

Timothy Herman Ard has represent Port St. Joe High
been chosen as an Ambas- School, made possible through
sador from Port St. Joe to donations from various cor-
participate in the 1982 Florida porate and civic organiza-
Youth Leadership Seminar, in tions.
Orlando, May 14-16. This The three-day program, an-
individual, one of 186 sopho- nually coordinated by the
mores selected statewide, will Orland chapter of the Florida


Kiwanis Pancake Days


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

St. Joe Auto Parts Gold Hat Auto Parts
201 Long Avenue Highway 71
Port St. Joe, Fla. Wewahitchka, Florida
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The Kiwanis Club will be
cooking up their famous pan-
cakes next Saturday when
they mark their annual "Pan-
cake Days".
With the serving of pan-
cakes scheduled to begin at
7:00a.m., on Saturday, May 1,


seminar
Jaycees, focuses on leader-
ship and decision-making and
provides a forum for student
interaction with prominent
leaders in business, govern-
ment, education and other
professions.
At the conclusion of the
Florida seminar, two indivi-
duals, a boy and girl, will be
chosen to attend the all-
expense-paid International
Youth Leadership Seminar, in
Chicago, August 7-44. The
international program, which
attracts the top tenth-graders.
from 50 states and 20 other
nations, is annually sponsored
by the Hugh O'Brian Youth
Foundation.
The criteria used in select-
ing participants for the Flori-
da Youth Leadership Seminar
include evidence of emerging
leadership ability, of coopera-
tion and sensitivity to the
needs of others, and of an
ability to relate to new pur-
suits and acquaintances. Only
one sophomore can be nomi-
nated by each high school
principal to take part in this
special program.


Rebekahs To
Serve Breakfast
Sausage, biscuits, jelly and
coffee will be, served this
Friday, April 23rd, beginning
at 7:00 a.m. til, at the Melody
IRebekah Lodge Hall. Price
will be $1.25.
Everyone is invited to come
and enjoy the breakfast.

Penitecostals
Serving Dinner
The Womans Auxiliary of*
the First Pentecostal Holiness
Church is having a spaghetti.:
dinner on Friday, April 23,
from 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
in the church fellowship hall.
Plates are $2.50 each. Come by
and enjoy lunch withus. Eat in
or take out.


HIGHLAND VIEW

METHODIST CHURCH

Corner 4th & Parker Ave.
Invites You to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... ..... ..... 10:00 A.M.,
MORNING WORSHIP ..... .. ,1-00A.M.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1982


Overstreet
The Overstreet Volunteer
.Fire Department has started
construction on the shed to
house their fire trucks. They
would like to thank the follow-
ing men for helping with this
project: Troy Davis, Bud
Jones, Johnny Davis, Archie
Marshall, Allen Tremain,
Elmo Sander, Gus Sander, Bill


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National Volunteer Week,
"''A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US April 18-24, salutes the many
with their prescriptions, health needs and other volunteers in communities
pharmacy products. We consider this trust a throughout the United States
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal for their devoted effort and
family pharmacy?" V dedicated time they have
R provided to the many non-
Sprofit organizations.
SDI U G STO E Baptist Medical Center and
S- Gulf Pines Hospital, want to
Free Parking Drive-In Window thank each one of our hospital
2 a Auxiliary members for their
229-8771 317 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe support in helping us to
S;Il deliver excellent patient care
throughout the year.


Nobie Stone Is Working

SWith NASA Space Shuttle
*} ~~~ ~ ~ b ttle*1/- ''i ; *:. ^.^ *^::M .


One of the goals of the third.
* space shuttle mission this.
month wasi -to start new
explorations of the "nothing-
i, ness of space. v
:' .One of the scientists involv-
ed in this experimental pro-
gram is Nobie Stone of Port St.
/: -Joe. Stone is the son of Mrs.
Edith Stone and is a graduate
of Port St. Joe High School.
: Particles may play a major.


Audit-
sufficient personnel perform-.
ing the several tasks.
The auditors also stated that,
by the nature of their report,
no comments were included
on their observations on the
strong features of the City.
"The report, as they stated,
was designed to point to
weaknesses.
VARIANCES
This week was the week for
variance requests in the City.
..Two construction variances
and one alley closing 'request
was made for the City Com-'
mission to consider.
Two weeks ago, a request
from H. S. Lilius to encroach
on the required setback to the
rear of their home on Constitu-
tion Drive was tabled for two
weeks. The Lilius' plan to
construct a carport at the rear
of.their home and required a
ivahlance to do so.
?The variance was granted"
bi the Commission Tuesday
since no objections were made
.* known to' the Commission in
the matter.
Smith AOH Chapel on Rob-.
bigs Avenue, asked for a'


Shrimp
iContinued From Page 1)
in the water for recreational-
purposes and can't stand thb
stress from a commercial
operation and docking activi-
tis"-.
Even though the Commiss-
sion was sympathetic to the
plight of the commercial
independent shrimpers who
had ino place else to dock,
economically, Mayor Pate
pointed out to Herring that the-
Commission would more than
likely proceed with their plans
to:prohibit fishing boats from
tying up in the small launch-.
ing site in the future. "If we
open it up for this ,type
operation, we would be just
asking or trouble", Pate
,' stated. ''*/ ,


role in transporting energy
from the sun -to the Earth's
upper atmosphere.. Explora-
tion of the ionosphere and the
magnetosphere, which is cre-
ated bythe Earth's magnetic
field, has been a prime
mission of satellites since the
earliest.days of the space
program.
Spacelabs I and 2, and the
more ambitious Spacelab 6,'

(Continued From Page 1)

variance Tuesday to build a
*new and larger church on
their property within four feet
of thie sideline and five feet
from the rear lot line, in
violation of present zoning for,
that section of town.
The Commission' agreed to
advertise for objections to the
variance.
Emory Stephens asked that
a part of an alleyway between
First and Third Street be
closed between property on
both sides owned by his St. Joe
Machine Company firm.
All of these variances seem

to bother the Commission. The
zoning ordinance was set up as
a safety and aesthetic mea-
sure to provide property value
protection in the future. The
Commission feels .granting
variances to .anyone who asks
/for a variance is eroding the
purpose of the zoning code.
To counteract the trend,
which has seen very few
zoning requests turned down,
* the Commission seems de-
termined to take on a stiffer
stance toward zoning varian-
ces in the future, and consider,
only those which offer a
genuine hardship or emer-
gency.
SOTHER'BUSINESS
In other items of business,
the Commission: .
-Agreed to take a look at a
drainage problem being ex-
perienced by Mr. and Mrs.
James Dumas on Avenue B.
-Accepteda bid of $5.25 per
person :per .week to furnish
uniforms for city employees'
from Service Corp., out of.
Thomasville, Ga. 'Servico's
bid was the low bid.
--,Notified Department of
Environmental Regulation,
for the second time, that
Jones and Edmunds of
Gainesville were engineers
working for the. city:
-Agreed to perform a test
percolation of sludge taken
from the Wastewater Treat-
ment Plant settling pond prior
to stipulating performance for
dredging of the pond.


also known as Space Plasma
Lab 1,. are expected to give
geophysicists what amounts to
,hands-on" experience in
space physics. But before they
can do that, they must know
how muchof a disturbance the.
shuttle will be.
That's,where Stone and his.
department come in.
A part of the search for
these answers will be deter-
mined by a Plasma Diagnos-
tics Package, or PDP, man-
aged by Dr. Stanley Shawhan
of the University of Iowa and
the vehicle charging and
potential experiment, or
VCAP, managed by Dr. Peter
Banks of Utah State Univer-
sity.
At Marshall Space Flight
Center David Reasoner and,
Stone are co-investigators on
the PDP with Dr. Stanley
Chapell and Dr. J.L. Burch
co-investigators on VCAP.
The PDP itself is a
canister 42 inches wide and 26
inches tall and weighing 350
pounds. What looks like a
coolie hat atopit'is the grappOle ',
fixture for the robot arm
which performs tasks for the
experiment. Inside are sever-
al instruments for sampling i
plasmas electrically-char- (
ged gases and electrons and
measuring magnetic fields.
The PDP actually is a
collection of instruments in-
cluding a two-in-one device
from Marshall, a differential
ion flux.monitor developed by
Stone and a retarding poten-
tial analyzer developed by
Reasoner.
Stone 'ays the retarding
potential analyzer basically is
a scalee" instrument mea-
suring energy and tempera-
ture of incoming plasmas.
Stone said deflection plates
,inside, like the plates that
steer an electron beam in a TV
picture tube, will steer the
incoming plasma so its energy
and direction can be, measure
ed 'by changing conditions
inside the instrument. "I't took
a lot of design work" to build
what he called "an energy
angle filter", Stone pointed
out
Stone, Reason and others
have spent a great deal of time
studying data from satellites
and from simulations in vac-.
uum chambers on the ground.
But those are not enough to
predidt what will happen with
something the size of *the
shuttle.
"We are simply unable to
study bodies with this scale
size", Stone said, and describ-
ed the shuttle as "a problem
and an opportunity."
But, isn't everything which
goes up into space and is
expected to come down again
in one piece?

Browning In
Revival Service
Rev. Howard Browning,
Pastor, First Baptist Church,
will be'in Revival Services on
April 23 and 24 at Howard
Creek Baptist Mission.
Services will be at 7:00 PM
each evening. Everyone is
cordially invited to attend.


CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take this op-
portunity to thank everyone
for their expressions of sym-
pathy during the loss of our
loved one. The cards, flowers,
visits, and especially the
prayers, were deeply appre-
ciated.
The Family of
Marion Franklin Parker


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VFD Building Shed
illiams, Bill Williams, Jr., equipment. Volunteers are
arl Ferry, David Dean, Orvil also needed to help with this
erring, Arlus Hensley, and project. Plumbing fixtures,
anny Herring. Volunteers tables, chairs and other items
re needed to, complete the must also be furnished.
project. An Easter Egg Hunt was
The Department received a held on April 10 for the
ailer from the School Board children of the community.
nd County in which to hold Thanks to the following mer-
eetings and house their chants who donated items:
Wewahitchka's David Rich's
IGA, Bill's Dollar Store, Hurst
and Adams Drugs, and Save-
eek way Food Store.
The Fire Dept. is going to
During this week, there will sponsor a Brownie troop. For
something going on es- information, please call Linda
cially with the volunteer in Tremain, 648-5230.
ind coordinated by the ad- Donations are needed for a
inistrator of the hospital. rummage and bake sale booth
iring- this is a tradition at the Ling Ding Festival on
rried on' every minute by May 15. Call 648-8956.
e dedicated staff of hospital A Fish Fry is planned for
ixiliary volunteers. Give 'a the next regular meeting on
lunteer a smile today! May 11.


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elected last week by the club. From left to
vK ey Club right are: President, Stuart Edwards;
e C u Vice-president, John Miller; Treasurer,
OFFICERS-Shown above are the Key Robert Taylor and Secretary, Jim Brown.
Club officers for. the 1982-83 school year, -Star photo


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r7i United Ieii C rcA
Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
SCHURCH SCHOOL ...................... 9:45 A.M.
" MORNING WORSHIP ... ......... ....11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ...................... 7:00 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6:00 P.M.
SCHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........... 7:00 P.M.


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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.
SEVENING WORSHIP .... ;... .......... 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
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28 Oz. Big Cam Save 22".
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Fresh Pineapples ea.99
Fresh Broccoli bunch5 19
Fresh Strawberries cup 79"
Ga. Sweet Potatoes Ib.39"
Blackeye Peas ... Ib. 69c
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Fresh Cauliflower head$129
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Fresh Eggplant Ib.49
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PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe. F'a. THIURS


DAY. APRII. 22. 1982


MINUTES


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The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County,
F. lorida met March 23, 1982 in
regular session with the fol-
lowing members present:
Chairman 'Jimmy 0. Gort-
man, Eldridge Money, James
L. Tanversley, Douglas C.
.Birting~iary and. William R.
Brah a present' were:
CerWc'Je*ry.- Gates, .Deputy
Clerk 'Maurell Cumbie, At-
torney William:J. Rish, Mos-
quito Control Director Doug
Kent,B Deartmenti Su-,
S d ;ande-ivil De,-
S;fense f- tor-Baiiff Bill
am ar.. "',"'' :; : '
.Themeeting'catie'to order
at 7:00 p.m. ".
Comm. Money opened the
meeting with prayer and the
.'.Clerk led the pledge to the.
flag,. -
Comm. Monday requested
the'following change in the
March-.9 minutes; "Commis-
sioner.'Money- suggested- the
SClerk Iso:- rrite the; Depart-
Sit. ir a eiSO'rcesfor
:. the n1istace in purchasing
the Dead Man Curve Proper-
ty:" -Oomm. Branch moved
the minutes be approved with
Comm. Money's correction,
> C'oron'im, o seconded, the,
SBnr and passed unani-
motsly.
u.., aot .,-C.! invitations to
r. c e seal!W ids' on surplus
1 bquipneii'? -the '-Road De-
S-.paieOnticafid Mosquito. Con-
StrolD tpartment, the Attorney
feadioud .al-bids received..
'.'.E.'4d' 0a ected the Road
,'Superintendent and Mosquito
;Cb trol-.Director to tabulate
i. nd stidy -'these bids and
i,;".return later in the meeting to
.- 'make their recommendations.
.%IdoiBl.ictIshire and Ei-
,..n. ouatrd;'appreared be-
,- ;'foret lieBoard-concerning the
diclieese .distiButiori- program,
-;?fo,'low'n-incomie families in
f ;Cqunty. Ms.- Clouatre,
.1. iireniThumb Area Supervi-
i-'-gpresented the program to
.e--ite'Board and- after discus-
.-"sion; Comm. Money moved
"t _.e.iBoard order-the cheese
lie-_. through i partnership
.- -hauig. with, Bay- County or.
so eo .,,othervmieans., Comm.
:' TaKi ley. secohdid. the mo-
S.i-ously,
Dr.- .C. PI4ther reported
I it- A:the.BoardLthat he and
i Branch interviewed
L.fieapplicants for the En-
w- Y mental :Health -Director
i.- .pOsition and'a'ecommends Mr.
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S-~. S,. FICTION NAME
i- ., Notice Is. herb given lIpd pursuant to
section, 85.0.. floflda Statutps. the
un- '" uretig ea ipe sons intend to register
Fi.t:nvhtlbe4l l Ule ,rcij ritnCourt. Gull
' i Cou 0iy .oridda.: _urwbeks alfier Ihe fliist
'. p'biipapir'f6f'lts not6ire. the fictitious.
.i:, r arii orlr,'ae name under when they will
b, --., enfignOisn bu sanson.irtlwhich-said
S'i1:4s b cdairted on.;tohivlt.
'-. HOWDP .EEK STORE
'.'. i-, .'y P!'1",' 'P. 67,S 1, '*
..w"..' W hke Flolda
I.' .4.'..B endWiBrock' &AMadie R Langlord.
.'- ners : .
I -, -. 4141
NOTICE OF.REGULAR .
S MUNICIPAL-ELECTION "**
NOTICE Is hereby given that the lrst
primary of the election ofl the following
will be held at the City Hall Fire Slation in
he City of Port St. Joe. Florida. on Tues'
r. .day,". May. 11, 1982. One Commissioner
*- Group'1 and-One.Commissioner Group
IV. The Polls will open al 7 00 A M and
will close at 7.00P M. E D.T Wnen there
e more than Iwo candidates for any one
officee and neither snail receive a majority
of the total votes cast for such ollice
then another election shall be held two
weeks from 'he date of tne first election.
or May 25.'- 1982. at. whicn time the two
candidates receiving the largest number
of votebln the former election shall be
S.yoted on 'again
CITY OF PORT 3T, JOE
By- L'A.'Farris. City.AuditoriClerk
.," 4tr4 15

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. GULF
COUNTY. FLORIDA. ,
u "' o Givil Action No.: 81-48
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSO.
CIATION. a United States corporalion.
Plainttff '
DONALD R. 6IAKER. et al..
Defendants. "
AMENDED'NOTICE OF ACTION
STO:- DONAuDlR. BAKER. BRENDA R
S BAKER ANDfDEBORAH A. BAKER
r RSIbENC?'UblKNQWN .
OU-ARE NOTIFIED Ihal an action to
Sforecloise-.a mortgage on the Iollowing
property in GUif Counly, Florida.
Lor9 & East 40 feel Lot 8. Block 1.
Slebel Heights Subdivislon: While
Cityj Florida, as recorded in Piat
Book 1, page 53 of the- Public
Records of Gull County. Florida
and First Amendment to Complaint nasa
been hlted against you anrd you are re-
qulredetpjfe, acOgol your written
e dgienrepfan ;'tl t.onPAUL F. BRYAN.
"- PlauintMlfAs itorney.-whose address Is 600
h Courtl.nd SIreet. Suile BOO, Onando.


Florida"32804, on or before the 131h day of
May,...1982, and Illerthe Original with the
Clerk. 9 this Court either before service
on- Pldlntflf's attorney or immediately
Ihereaftler; otherwise a defaull will be
entered against you for the relief demand
ed In fIe complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal ol this
Court on March 31. .(182
oJryGAE 'J1
. Tonya Alleh!Deputy Clerk
S ., "' 41C4-15
'. FICTTIOUINAME
aotile (iohereby-glven that pursuant to
SSectlif 88509. Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons Inlend to register
. ... .. I ... _,


County Commission.


Winston B. Prather, no rela- iollowItrg vote: Commission-
tion, be hired due to his ers Money. Tankersley. and
experience in the field. After Birmingham voted aye. Corn-
discussion, Comm. Tankers- missioners Brar -h and Gort-
ley moved the Board hire Mr. man voted nay
Winston B. Prather as .Gulf Robert Nedley. Vice-Presi-
County Environmental Health dent of St. Joe Paper Corn-
Director. Comm. Money sec- pany, presented a petition to
onded the motion and it passed the Boaid requesting the
unanimously. Dr. Prather also Board vacate Christies Beach
said that Dr. Douglas Gar- Subdivision as the subdivider
field, a 44 year old pediatri- has not sold any lots or built
cian, was strongly considering any roads. Upon motion by
the doctor's position now Comm. Tankersley, second by
vacant at the HealI Depart- ,Comm. Money, the Board
ment. c" .. .z, ". voted unanimously to adver-
-Fred Roche and Steve Bur- tise for a public hearing to
gess; Auditors, May, Zima, consider vacating and aban-
and Company, appeared be- doing Christies Beach Sub-
fore the Board to present the division.
annual audit report for fiscal The Clerk presented a letter'
year ending September 30, from Charlie Presley contain-
1981. Mr. Roche said the audit ing a list of recommendations
found the county to be in for repairing the air-condition-
compliance with 'federal re- ing system at the courthouse.
venue sharing requirements Mr.. Presley reported he had
and general accounting prin- discussed the installation and
ciples. Comm. Branch' re-, operations cost of the electri-
quested the auditors,.review -cal air-conditioning system at
the adit-with'" teConmision Port St. Joe High School -with
after the Board had studied it. Mr. Q. P. Wise and School
The Chairman set a special Superintendent Walter Wild-
workshop to review the audit er. After discussion, Comm.
after the April 13th meeting. Branch suggested the Board
The Clerk informed the have a gas company give the
..Board that the Bpard'.-eeded Board a proposal concerning
to negotiate with Mfay,'Zima, the cost for repairs of the
or whomever they desired for present gas system and an
a new audit contract. Comm, electrical company give the
Birmingham moved the Board Board a proposal concerning
table the approval of the the installation and operation
contract until the April 13 costs for a total electric
regular meeting. Comm. system. The Clerk was in-
Money seconded the motion structed to write Florida
and it passed,'unanimously:. Power, Inc. and St. Joe
Dave Watkins, of the Apa- Natural Gas Company con-
lachee Regional Planning cerning this matter.
Council, presented a status Mosquito Control Director
report on the following items: Doug Kent returned to the
Item 1, Amendments to the meeting with a list of high
One Cent Sales Tax Proposal; bidders on surplus Road De-
Item II, Legislative Response apartment equipment. Upon
to Concerns of Apalachicola motion by Comm. Branch,
River Committee.'- about second by Comm. Tankersley,
Dredge and Fill Permitting; the Board accepted these bids
Item III, Hazardous Waste as the highest bids. The Board
Legislation; Item IV :.Pro- agreed to set a time limit of 60
posed HRS Rule on Colleetion days for Jake Hysmith to
of Medicaid Payments. After remove scrap material from
discussion of these items, Land's Landing dirt pit, time
Comm. Money made a motion limit to. begin after all other
for the Attorney to contact the bidders have removed their
legislative delegation inform- property from the pit.
ing them 'the Board supports 'Mosquito Control Director
the House Bill increasing the 'Doug Kent reported he had
sales taix I cent-in Florida and -iftceived 26 applications- for
requests the Senate support the four job openings in the
the same bill for Gulf County. Mosquito Control and he re- .
Comm. Birmingham seconded -commended the following ap-
the motion. Comm. Branch" plicants for employment: Two
stated he was totally-against temporary Mosquito Truck
the sales tax increase. Upon operators, Eddie Pines and
vote. the motion passed by the Ricky Davis; and two Labor-
ers, permanent positions,
David Lemieux and James
Ne Hurd. Upon motion by Comm.
]Vo Tankersley, second by Comm.
1 Of ces Money and unanimous vote,
the Board hired the above four
with ine CieK of me Circuit court. Gull applicants to work in the
County Florida four weeks aller Ine ritsl Mosquito Control Department
publication of this notice. Ihe iicitious as recommended by Director
name or trade name under wnich theywill Doug Kent. Charles Hood
be engaged in busneEs ano in hichvaid asked the Board about the
e GILMORE FNERAL' HOME Boad'spolicy of taking-appli-
507 10ih SIreet' cations for job openings
Sport St Joe. Florida 3245!." through the Florida State
is/ John V. GiImore-xir: ... Employment Service. Mr.
Isf John v.Gilmore.Sr: Hood also stated he had not
received his newspaper until it

FICTITIOUS NAME was too late to apply for the
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to mosquito control positions.
Second 865 09. Florida Statutes. the The Board- explained the
undersigned persons intend to register Florida State Employment
With the Cleik of the Circuit court. Gulf .Service Office in Port St. Joe
County. Florida. lour weekseafter.the first has been closed, therefore, the
publication of this notice. the lclitious-
name or radenas"ne under Which they will Board could no longer use
be engaged in business and in which sala them. That the Board's pre-
business is to be carried on. lo-wit sent policy was to advertise all
BRYANTS LANDING STORE job openings in the Breeze and
Rt 1, os t a 3 the Star but the Board could
Wewahltchks. Florida 32465 n
Owners' Gladys L Boyer not accept responsibility for
George E Boyer publication dates of the news-
4 14-22 papers.
--Mosquito Control Director
NOTICE TO RECEIVE Doug Kent reported the sani-
SEALED BIDS tary landfill trailer is in
The Board of County Commission oi position at St. Joe Beach and
Gull County will receive sealed bids Ifrom ramps have been built for the
any person company. or corporation in Honeyville and Howard Creek
leresreo in selling Ine County the lol sites.
lowing descrlbeo personal properly
5 Solid Waste Hauling Trailers De. Raymond Lopez reminded
livery date must be specified Liqui. the Board that Cecil Costin,
daled damages or ladlure to deliver Jr. had sold the Beaches Fire
unit on soecihie date will be set at Department property to the
$5 00 per day
BIos wi b receive until 7.00 o'cock County on June t2, 1980, and
PM E S T April 27. 1982. at the office of had not yet executed the deed.
oe Clerk of Circufit Court. 1000 Filth He said Mr. Costin hasapplied
Street Port St. Joe. FL 32456. The Board for a variance on two parcels
reserves the right to reject any and all of land and requested the
BOARD Of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Board place a moratorium on
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA these variances until the deed
By Isl Jimmy O Gorlman. Chairman IS given to the County. After
t4-22 discussion, Comm. Birming-
ham moved the Board give
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH Mr. Costin until April 13 to
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY execute this title transfer.
CAS~EENO.81-237 Comm. Money seconded the
IN RE The Marriage of. -. motion and it passed unani-
JAMES E HURD. SR. mously.
Husband.Peiitioner. Fire Chief Evan Williams
GLORIA HURD. presented a proposal from
Wile Respondent Adams-Shumaker, Inc. to con-
NOTICE OF ACTION struct a fire station for the
TO GLORIA HURD Beaches Fire Department.
Address Unknown Comm. Branch moved the
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a
Pehtion DiOssolution l Marriage has Board contact Farmers Home
been tred agamsl you and thti petton Administration to see what
seeks to dissolve your marriage lo aletl types Of financing was avail-
Ilioner You are commanded to serve a able for this type building.
copy ol your written defenses, if any. on Comm. Money seconded the
Wiliam J Rin. Attorney at La. 303 motion and it passed unani-
Fourth Street. P 0. Bos 87, Port Sl Joe. motion and it pase unani-
Florida 32456, and tile the original witn moUSly.
the Clerk of this Court either before ser. At the request of Beaches


vice on petitioner's allorney or Imn- Fire Chief Evan Williams,
mediately thereafter, on or before May24. Comm. Branch moved the
1982. otherwise a default will be entered oar purchase six radio
against you for the relief sought In the Board purchase six radio
petition pagers at state contract price
DATED this 14th day of April. 1982. as budgeted. Comm. Birming-
JERRY GATES, ham seconded the motion and
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT it passed unanimously.
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA Leo Kennedy reported on
By eis Tonya Allen, Deputy Clerk 4tc4.22 the progress of the nursing


by Comm. Birmingham, to
adopt the resolution. Comm.
Money seconded the motion
for discussion. Comm. Money
said he wanted to include in
the resolution that no com-
pany be given a tax exemption
that discriminates in its hiring
policy by refusing to hire
relatives of its employees.
After much discussion,
Comm. Branch moved to
amend the original motion to
make the following change in
the resolution: "No one shall
be granted a tax exemption
that discriminates in its hiring
policy on the basis of race,
creed, color, sex, or hiring.of
relatives."
Upon motion by Comm.
Money, second by Comm.


Ad ult Summer Classes Scheduled


home to be built in Port St.
Joe, stating construction
should start in four or five
months. Mr. Kennedy request-
ed the Board write a letter of
appreciation to Ralph Burgess
of Panama City for his help in
pushing approval of the nurs-
ing home through the subcom-
mittee of the Florida Pan-
handle Health Systems
Agency.
Leo Kennedy discussed the
inconsistency of the property
taxes of his and surrounding
commercial property as ap-
praised by Property Apprais-
er Joyce Williams. Mr. Ken-
nedy stated the appraised
value of his store was higher
than surrounding property,
but should be lower and upon
asking the Appraiser to lower
it, she raised it $5,000. The
Attorney informed Mr'. Ken-
nedy that he should bring such
matters as this before the
Property Appraisal Adjust-
ment Board
The Board assigned Mos-
quito Control Director Doug
Kent the responsibility of
inspecting utility "permit ap-
plications.
The Clerk presented a deed
to the Board to execute to St.
Joe Land and Development
Company, which the Board
had approved at a previous
meeting. The Chairman exe-
cuted the deed.
The Board executed the
Medical Examiners Contract
for 1981-82.
The Clerk presented the
following proposal from Pana-
ma Fire Equipment Company
for foam and nozzles for the
Highland View Fire Depart-'
ment: Foam,' 25.' gallons,
$260.00; and Nozzles, Style No
3601, $229.00. Upon motion by
Comm. Tankersley, second by
Comm. Branch, and unani-
mous vote, the Board ap-
proved the purchase of this
equipment
Upon motion, by Comm.
Branch, second by Comm.
Money and unanimous vote,
the Board executed the Agree-
ment between the Department
of Transportation and Apa-
lachicola Northern- Railroad
to construct a railroad cros-
sing on County Road 382, with
the stipulation that they use
type two asphalt with a tack
coat before using the type two
asphalt.
The Board received a letter-
from Superintendent of,
Schools Walter Wilder asking-
the Board's feelings toward
continuation of' the Com-
munity Services Program for
Gulf County as the grant
application must be filed by
April 15th. Comm. Birming-
ham moved the County Com-
mission write the School
Board that the Commission
anticipates continuing to fully
support the Community Ser-.
vices Program as it has in the.
past. Comm. Tankersley sec-
onded the motion and it passed
unanimously. .
The Clerk informed the
Board that the owner of the'
beachside Dozier property in
the St. Joe Beaches area had
received several inquiries
from private individuals at-
tempting to purchase the
property, but they would rater
the Board consider requesting
the State purchase the pro-
perty for public use.
Comm. Branch moved their
Board write the Department
of Natural Resources request-
ing the state purchase the.
beach front property on High-
way 98,.known as the Dozier
property. Comm. Money sec-
onded the motion and it passed
unanimously.
The Clerk reminded the
Board that St. Joe Fire
Control District Funds for
fiscal year 1980-81 have been
collected in the amount ,of
$5,521.86, after $1,287.80 was
allowed for insurance. After
consideration, Comm. Tan-
kersley moved the remaining
funds be divided as follows: V4
to the City of Port St. Joe, 4 to
Highland View Fire' Depart-
ment, 14 to Beaches Fire
Department, and v4 to the
White City Fire Department,
with each department receiv-
ing $1,380.46. Comm. Money
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
The Chairman announced
that pursuant to the Commis-
sions resolution number 81-11,
calling for a special election to
be held on June 2, 1981, with
reference to whether, or not
the electors of Gulf County
would authorize, pursuant to
Section 3, Article VII, of the
State Constitution, this com-
mission to grant ad valorem
and personal property tax.
exemptions to new businesses
locating in the county; that
said election was held on June
2, 1981; the canvassing Board
filed the following report: 570
electors cast their votes, with
418 voting in favor of granting
the tax exemptions and 152
voted against the question.
After being advised by the
attorney, there was a motion


the classes. Listed below are
the courses offered this sum-
mer:
High School Completion:
M-T, 6:00-9:00 P.M., Mexico
Beach United Methodist
Church; M-T, 6:00-9:00 P.M.,
Zion Fair Baptist Church;
M-T-W-R-F, 8:00 A.M.-3.:00
P.M., Centennial Building.
Auto Mechanics Auto Body
Repair and Painting: M-T-W-


Adults can find new in-
terests. new careers and per-
sonal satisfaction by enrolling
in classes offered through the

Branch. and unanimous vote.
the Board adopted a resolution
of the Board of County Com-
missiuners of Gulf County in
opposition to the passage of
House Bill 680. Senate Bill 579
and House Bill 645.
Comm. Birmingham asked
when the mosquito control
superintendent would start
spraying for mosquitos. The
mosquito control superinten-
dent said his department
would being spraying on
March 29:
Comm. Birmingham re-
quested the Chairman appoint
someone to check on funding
of the new air-conditioning
system for the courthouse.
The Chairman appointed the
Clerk to take care of 'this
matter.
Comm. Tankersley asked if
the Board had budgeted funds
for construction of the Indian
Pass and Palm Point Boat
Ramp. The Clerk replied that
no funds had been budgeted,
but that certain amounts of
grant funds might be avail-
able under the Department of
Natural Resources Boating
Improvement Program. The
Board then. 'discussed. the
"-expenses and construction
problems of a boat ramp at
Indian Pass and Palm Point.
,Comm. Tankersley request-
ed a letter be written. to the
Game and, Fresh Water Fish
Commission about the over-
population of alligators in Gulf
County.
Comm. Branch reported
.'sat the'mercury vapor light
"',dered by the Board has not
'been received arid moved the
* Board rescind its'previous
action and inform Florida
Power Corporation that the
Board would ;accept Option
No. 2 as presented by Florida
Power, Comm. Tankersley
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
'Comm. Branch told ithe
Board' that the resurfacing'
'problem areas at Second
Avenue were being repaired
by the contractor.
Comm. Birmingham moved
the Board authorize Civil.
Defense Director Bill Lamar
to attend the National Hurri-
cane Conference April 14-16 in
Orlando. Comm. Money sec-
onded the motion and it passed
unanimously.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.
: ,: .


Central Office Serviceman,
Work Location: Tyndall AFB,
Florida. Minimum re-
quirements: Valid Florida
*drivers license; satisfactory
completion of any course
which teaches the knowledge
of electronics and electronic
theories, to include any'elec-
tronics course given by an
electronic equipment manu-
facturer or the Armed Ser-
vices, and/or previous job
related experience which
would include at least one
year's satisfactory employ-
ment at any job which re-
quires the knowledge of elec-
tronics and -electronic
theories, such as a job as tele-
phone central office repair-
man, electronic or radar tech-
nician.
Send resume and/or apply
in person to:
St.. Joseph Telephone &
Telegraph Co.
P.:O. Box 220
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Telephone: (90) 229-7214,:
"An Equal Qpportunity Em-
ployer" .
Part-time waitress, ex-
perienced, must be over 19
years. old. Call 648-5275 for ap-
pointment. Top of the Gulf.

STRINGER WANTED
for part-time work with Imi,,,;,,,,
(:i,Y \i..ii,. ii.iii. Pay depends
on experience and quality of
work. Experience preferred,
but can use people- in Gulf
County with ability to collect
court and police information
.with absolute accuracy. De-
pendability a must. Perma-
nent position. Contact Jay
Pitts, City Editor at 763-7621
between 1-9 p.m., weekdays.
3tc4-15


,Job Informatio
Houston, Oversea
Excellent income
(312) 741-9780 ext.
call refundable.


I NOTCES0


The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.

The John C. Gainous Post
10069, Veterans of Foreign
Wars will hold its regular
meeting at the St. Joe Motel,
Port St. Joe, the second Tues-
day and the fourth Thursday
of the month at 7:30 p.m.

The, Disabled American
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6-4

There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
B. F. NUNNERY, W.M.
J.'P. Cooley, Sec.


R, 6:00-9:45 P.M., Port St. Joe
High School,.
Driver's Education: M-T,
6:00-9:00 P.M., Port St. Joe
High School.
Typing and Bookkeeping:
M-T, 6:00-9:00 P.M., Port St.
Joe High School.

General Shop I: M-T, 6:00-
9:00 P.M., Port St. Joe High
School.


WANTE


)n: Dallas, Engineer with wife and 13
as, Alaska. yr. old daughter desires an ex-
potential. tra nice furnished home for
4256. Phone year round rental, or at least
to get us through the summer
4t 4-15 tourist season. Must have by
May 1. Call 648-5894. ltc 4-22


WANTED: L.P. gas tank,
100 to 120 gal. in good cond.
Call 229-6495. .3tp 4-15

WANT TO BUY: 12' alumi-
num bateau. Also would like to
buy a large tiller. Call Mr.
Matthews at 227-1489 after 5
p.m. 2tp 4-15
Will buy lamps, dishes, pic-
tures, old crochet pieces. Call
229-6254. tfc 4-8





Own your own Jean-Sports-
wear or Infant-Preteen Store,
Jean Program (ALSO SHOE,
ATHLETIC SHOE STORE).
Offering all Nationally Known
brands such as Jordache,
Chic, Lee, Levi, Vanderbilt,
Calvin Klein, Wrangler over
100 other brands. $7,900.00 to
$19,500.00 includes beginning
inventory, airfare for 1 'to
Fashion Center, training, fix-
tures, Grand Opening Promo-
tions. Call Mr. Loughlin (612)
835-1304. 3tp4-8


Weight Loss Program
Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Inc.

Phone 227-1145


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


MEXICO BEACH BEACHSIDE. New 2 bdrm., 11/2 ba. MEXICO BEACH. Lovely furnished mobile home, in-
townhouses with second floor sundeck for great Gulf eludes washer and dryer. Some owner financing. 35th
view: downstairs utility rm. and patio. Quality con- .St.
struction on 32nd St.


MEXICO BEACH. 3 bdrm., 1 /a ba. home, nice lot, grape
arbor, fenced yd.. completely furnished includes
washer. dryer, T.V. Assumable mortgage. Mexico Beach,
ith t Ct


ST. JOE BEACH. 2 bdrm. mobile home on Ig. corner lot,
appliances Included, paved street, landscaped yard with
fruit trees.


WATERFRONT & BEACHSIDE LOTS NEW TOWNHOUSES

WETAPPO LOTS *STORAGE WAREHOUSES


Cathey P. Hobbs, Associate
Barbara Sullivan (After Hrs. 648-5301)


Branch Office 229-8493
Britt Pickett, Associate


HELP ANTE


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Gulf County Adult School.
Unlike other schools in the
County. the adult school does
not 'close down during the
summer, but is open with
trained personnel, and many
types of materials to teach
and assist students in com-
pleting work for a high school
diploma, and in learning new
vocational skills that could
lead to new careers.
There is no charge to attend


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. APRIL 22, 1982


Beautiful lot for sale, 1 block
from white beaches. $250.00
down payment, first mortgage
payment $142.21 per month at
12%, balance is $4,573.61; se-
cond mtg. payments are $57.79
per month at 14%, balance is
$2,176.39.
Purchaser to pay closing
costs, as attorney's fees,
recording fees. For directors
and to be shown, please call
648-5160. 8tc 3-11
Thinking of selling your pro.
perty?
Call or write our office &
we'll get' the information
you may need. Offices from
coast to coast. .
AMERICA'S NUMBER 1
TOP SELLER. CENTURY 21".

I648-501 1.

021
St. Joseph Bay Realty
900 Hwy; 98
Mexico Beach
.ac.k ffi ....Idep nId o ud and p.4 ted.
Sond TM. nQl= y 21 V-' l E.-,t4
ri[piBliltn Equ.I l lU, tq(ppjlfuhlvy


RAL TTE IC.FR AE AUTO.FOR ALE FR ET EVIE


Executive brick home on 2
Ig. lots, 3 bdrm., 3 ba. Must see
all the extras in this home to
appreciate. Will sell or lease
with option to buy. 100 Mimosa
Ave, Call 227-1892 for. appt.
tfc 4-22

For Sale by Owner: 3 bdrm.,
2 ba. double wide mobile home
on corner lot, garden in and
stable for storage. Screen
patio. $30,000. 29% down with
terms. Discount for cash.
648-5471. 2tc 4-22


Lots for Sale
.NO DOWN PAYMENT
acre lots, Wewahitchka on
Transfer Rd., near river
(Land's Landing Road). Owne
will finance. City water avail-
able. $5,000.00 or $71.74 a
month for 10 years at 12%.
Call or write Ben Brogdon, Rt.
14, Box 370, Tallahassee, FL
32304. Phone 904-576-7119 or
904-893-3083 evenings and
weekends.


3t(

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A 3-ton Fedders central air
cond. $300. Call 648-5452.
2tc 4-22

One Winnie the Pooh baby
bed with drawers underneath,
excel. cond. One sit-up bench.
Free kittens to good home, 8
weeks old. Eating good and lit-
ter trained. If interested call
229-6639. ltp 4-22

1978, Honda 750K, complete
with accessories, with excep-
tion of saddlebags, 9,000 miles.
$1,800. Call 639-2807.

Honda Express small
motorcycle. 1300 miles, half
price at $250. 205 Duval St.,
Oak Grove. Call 229-6030, Sam
Barber. ltp 4-22

1977 12x65' mobile home,.
like new, on rented lot. Call
648-8972 before 12:00 or after
5:00. tfc 4-15


LAWN FURNITURE
Swings, settes, lawn chairs,
picnic tables, flower boxes,
trellises, lattices, or we will
build what you want year-
round. Weekdays call 639-2860
or 639-5860, Saturday's at
McGlon's Amoco. 4tp 4-22


1976 Ford Granada 6 cyl.
auto, p.s., am-fm tape, good
gas, extra clean. $1,995. 229-
6593. ltp 4-22

1975 Monte Carlo Landau
Edition, am-fm, p.s., p.b.,
elec. windows, locks & seats,
cruise control, tilt wheel, good
radial tires. $1,200. Call
229-6807. 5t 3-18


A A9 A
GARAGE SAdLEfSijj


YARD SALE: 2 families,
Saturday, April 22, 9:00 -1:00,
corner of 10th St. & McClellan
Ave.

PORCH SALE: 805 Long
Avenue, Friday, April 23,
8:00-6:00. Misc. items.

YARD SALE: Saturday,
April 24, 9:00-4:00, 1805 Garri-
son Ave. Rain.cancels.



Noah Webster spent 20
years working on his famous
American Dictionary of
the English Language.


Apartment for rent: adults,
no pets. Liv. rm., bdrm., kit.,
bath & breakfast nook.
227.1352. tfc 4-15

Two trailers for rent, both fur-
nished. Call 648-5306. tfc 4-15

Spacious furnished 2 bdrm.
apt. for rent. Excel. cond. Call
227-1976 day or 648-8295 even-
, ings and weekends. tfc 4-15
For carpets cleaned the way'-
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
Mobile home sites, efficien-
cy apt., mobile homes, and
campers for rent on beach. By
day, week, month or year. Ski
Breeze Camp Sites. Call
229-6105. tfe ,
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St.. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.


LOST E FOUN


Lost, strayed or stolen from
near Rifle Range: Small, red-
dish-brown dog with brown
-collar and black flea collar.
Answers to the name
"Rusty", child's pet. Please
return. If you have any infor-
mation please call 229-8232
(Jo) daytime or 229-6773 after
4pm. Utp4-22

LOST: 3% mo. black and
White male puppy. Lost in the
Juniper'Ave. area. Answers to
the name Sammy. Lost for ap-
prox. 2 weeks. REWARD of-
fered for valid information or
return of Samnmy. Call Glen
C Conbs 227-1689. 3 boys anx-
iously await his return: Ittp

LOST: Samoyed Husky, fe-
male, med. size, solid white,
answers to "Sugar". No col-
lar. $25 reward for informa-
tion leading to recovery of
dog. Call Marian at 229-8708 or
227-1327. 2t4-15


BUS.OPS


C. R. SMITH & S
Backhoe Dozer
Rake Front-end L
Road Building L
ing Septic Tan
Drain Fields H
Rt. 3, Box AI
Port St. Joe, Floi
Phone 229-6018


YARD SERVICE
Mowing, Raking,
Call Bruc
at 229-8952

Country Charm Ci
Classes each Tuesda
tified teacher. Comp
of supplies. Your C
Shop. Open 9-t. Closed
Sat. Overstreet, Fl,

Walls washed and
by husband and Wife,
terior and exterior
windows cleaned,
workers. Mr. Sollar s
ST.,JOE MACHINE
Machine Work W
506 First Stre'e
Phone 229-680
Machinist on Duty A
Every Day

CUTLER PHOTOGR
Weddings Porti
Phone 229-8922

m,


U. S. POSTAGE STAMPS
Own your ,own business. Na-
tional company immediately
needs distributor in this area
to service pre-established ac-
counts. No selling. Minimum
investment $4,995, Call TOLL
FREE 1-800-835-2246, ext. 112,
or write S.E.I., Inc., 811 At-
'lanta Road, Cumming, GA
30130. 2t 4-15


Custom Matting & Framing of:
* PAINTINGS PRINTS
* PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDLEWORK
WE NOW HAVE READY-MADES
All 16"x20" & 18"x24" at V/. Price
Unfinished Frames Available
OPEN Wed. thru Sat. 9 a.m.- 7 p.m. EST
Sunday 1,p.m. 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Member Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914


New Listing: 3 bdrm., 1 ba. brick
home, cen. air & heat w built-in ex-
tras. Buy owner's equity & assume
91/2 % mortgage. $36,500.
New Listing: 3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry
home, carport, Ig. lot, chain link fence
around back yd. Good neighborhood.
$33,500.
Executive Home: Lg. 4 bdrm., 3 ba..
brick home in excel. neighborhood',
cen. air & heat, fireplace and OTHER
EXTRA FEATURES. BY APPOINT-
MENT ONLY.
4 bdrm., 1 ba. frame dwelling with 6'
chain link fence. 614 Maddox St., Oak
Grove, $25,000.

HANNON


INSURANCE AGENCY
FRANK HANNON, Broker
Roy Smith-Associate
221 Reid Avenue 227-1133


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CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida-32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6-4
BETTY'S MUSIC
120 S. Tyndall Pkwy. 769-6851
Parker TG&Y Shopping
Center
Panama City, Florida
PIANOS & ORGANS
Teach Buy Sell- Rent


ceramics. Alcoholics Anonymous
ay. Cer- Port St. Joe Serenity Group
lete line Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
One-Stop Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
d Wed. & Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
tfc 4-1 St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720
cleaned
also in- CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
palointi SERVICE
painting, Tanks Cleanedand
reliable Portelet Service
227-1490. 229-8007
ECO.
elding Psychological Services for
t' anyone with problems in day-
3 to-day living. Gulf ;County
kl Day Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours)
1APHY PORTRAIT SPECIAL
raits Beautiful Color Pictures
1 8x10, 2 5x7's, 8 wallets plus 5
tfc 4-1 4x5 propfs. $5.00 deposit, $9.95
plus tax on delivery.
CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
229-8922
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Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


Going Fishing? |
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for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
3m Reid Ave.


FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F, S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
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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
AVON- Buy or Sell
Call district manager, Claudia
Walters, Panama City,;
871-5523. tfc 10-8


COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone229-8899
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kills bugs for
up to six months,
and soves you about $100 yearly
in costly pest co trol services.
Use of Sprayer tree with
-purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida


We can help you find rates well below what you may have heard abotit.
Ways to help reduce monthly payments. We even know ways to reduce your
down payment. Alternative financing is how. Cadl our CENTURY 210 office today.


PORT ST. JOE
Beautiful brick home in nice
neighborhood, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., great
rm. w/huge f.p., dining area w bay
window, kil. w/eating bar & 'ap-
pliances. Laundry rm., dbl. car garage
and utility rm. Must see this spacious.
home to appreciate.' $75,000. 2105
Palm Blvd.
Excellent rental investment. Duplex
apartment in good neighborhood.
$5,000 down. owner will finance rest
at 12%. Long Ave.
Beautiful 3 bdrm.. 2 ba. brick home
only 2V2 yrs. old. Fenced in back
yard, utility shed, 1 car garage. Must
see to appreciate. 104 21st St.
$67,500.00.
Cut heating & cooling bills with this
geo-thermal unit. Has 3 bdrm.. 2 ba.. 1
car. garage. Fenced back yard. Only
$50,000. Best of neighborhoods. 107
Yaupon. Good assumable mortgage.
1912 Juniper. Brick. 3 bdrm.. 1'/2 ba..
quiet area close to schools, good-
sized home. Only $39.900. 2 screened
porches & 2-car carport.
Price Re uc 9000.C Mar-
vln AvI b.' ho good
locatih heat
carpd or he 104.
Lg. house, 3 bdrm., 1'/ ba., liv. rm..
din. rm., & kitchen combo, carport.
newly painted thruout. 1501 Monu-
ment. No. 106.

GULF AIRE
REDUCED: Spanish design 2 story. 4
bdrm., 2V1 ba., Ig. den, liv. rm.
wlfireplace, dble garage.
Some beautiful lots still available at
111'/% interest, 25% down.

Jones Homestead
4 bdrm., newly remodeled Ig. kitchen.
1 /2 acres, completely chain link fenc-
ed. $48,500.

OAK GROVE
REDUCED: 401 Madison, 2 bdrm.,.
be., partially furnished, chain link
fence. Only $8,000.
WEWAHITCHKA
2 bdrm., 1 ba. frame house financing
available. $11,300.00. No. 601.


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ST. JOE BEACH
Pineda St. 12% financing on this 2
bdrm.. 1 ba: home is just what you're
looking for. Has 11'/ lots. Good retire-,
ment or young couple's home. Call to
see this one. $37.000.
Modern design home,. 1 of a kind, 3
bdrm.. 2 ba.. fantastic heated swimm-
ing pool, and to top it off a great view
from deck. Call to see this. On Selma
St. $115.000.00
3 bdrm.. 1 ba. home. with den. Real
close to beach. 1 '/ lots. $48.000. Col-
umbus St.
2 bdrm.. 1 ba. block house on DeSoto
St.. on 2 lots. backyard fenced, partly
furnished, kitchen equip.
Terrific buy. 3 lots with a Ig. 3 bdrm.. 2
ba. home: has 2 1g. screened porches.
only $44.000. Selma St. Owner
finance .
E.<. large home. 3 bdrm.. 11 V ba.. dbl.
carport, lots of moving about space
on 21h lots. Part of the house can be
made into more bedroom space for
kids or grandma. Only $47.700. On
Pineda.
1980 Champion mobile home (12x48').
2 bdrm., 1 be.. on nice 'lot (75x150').
Oak Street. $8.500 down. assume ex.
Listing mortgage.
Partially finished house $19.000. 1
bik. from beach. 3 bdrm.. 1 be. Adja-
cent lot also available. No. 204.
1 bdrm. 1 ba. trailer. 75x150' lot.
$12.500, Pineda St. No. 205.

COMMERCIAL
Highland View 3 well placed lots
on U.S. 98. Room for most any type
business including parking space.
Approx. 183 ft. on U.S. 98.
Fully equipped store bldg. on 3'1
acres on Hwy. 30, will finance. No.
401.
Convenience store St. Joe Beach
1.536 sq. ft. on 1'/ lots wlconcrete
slab floor for expansion. No. 402.
2,700 sq. ft. building on First St. in
Port St. Joe on 3 lots. No. 403.
2 lots on Reid Ave. 60'x90'. No. 404.


MEXICO BEACH
Close to beach, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. w fan-
tastic Gulf view. Newly painted. Ex-
cellent rental or beach home.
$68.000.
Nice & neat. 3 bdrrm., 2 bae,stucco
house on nice lot in great location.
27th St.
'Investment Opportunity: Triplex, 2
units are 2 bdrm.., 1 ba.: one unit is 3
bdrm.. 1 ba. Located near beach.
Super owner financing.
Cute one bdrm.. 1 ba. house near the
each. $37.500.
2 bdrm, duplex. sundeck & good view
of the beach. $49.000 owner financ-
Ing. 20% down. No. 302.
4 bdrm.. 2 ba. cen. hla. Ig. liv. rm.. 2
formal din. rms.. den w/fireplace on 2
lots canal location with boat dock.
No. 303.
1 bdrm. duplex on Hwy. $38.500. 20%
down. owner finance. No. 305.
2 bdrm.. 1 ba. home overlooking the
Gulf Just across hwy. Hwy. 98.& 3rd
St. $44.000. No. 306.
Near Rustic Sands. 1.88 acres with 2
trailers: 1 w 2 bdrm., 1 ba. & 1 w 3
bdrm.. 1'/ ba. Only $21.500 with
owner financing.
REDUCEDII Close to beach, 2 bdrm..'
1/ ba. trailer on corner lot. 50'x150'.
Come see what we can do: 3rd St. &
Fortner Ave.
REDUCEDI Duplex. nearly new. 2
bdrms.. 1 ba. ea. side. unfurnished.
.-7th St. $40.000. A real bargain.
Excellent rental opportunity. Attrac-
tive 2 bdrm.. 1 ba. duplex. located on
39th St. Furnished. close to Gulf.
19th St. 2 bdrm. custom built trailer
less than a block from the beach.
$29.500.
Handy man special, reduced for fast
sale. 2 trailers on a corner lot. only
$15.000.
Strategic business spot. 275 ft. fron.
tage Hwy. 98. bordered by boat canal.
Offers excellent potential. Terms to
suit.


St. Joseph Bay Realty
900 Hwy. 98
P. 0. Box 13332 Mexico Beach, FL


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MONTHLY
RENTALS


1 bdrm., 1 ba. furnished'trailer. Canal
St.., St. Joe Beach, $150 mo.
1 bdrm.. 1 bd. furnished duplex. Mex-
ico Beach. Hwy. 98 &'29th St.: $150
mo.

WARD RIDGE
3 bdrm.. I1'/ ba. home w/swimming
pool & 6' privacy fence. Call for more
Info. $43.500.,

BEACON HILL.
Lg. 4 bdrm.. 2 ba. Beautiful Gulf view.
Great bun deck. $75.000 with good
assumable mortgage.
2 bdrm.. 2 ba. stucco house on Hwy.
98 (north side). great view of Gulf.
$45,000.
3 bdrm.. 1 ba. on 3 lots. fireplace.
newly carpeted."$36.000. No.804.
OVERSTREET
One acre on Forrest St. Only $5.000.
Right on the canal 3 bdrm.. 2 ba.
Carpet, central heat & air, good
assumable 7%'mortgage. Can't beat
that! $36.500. -
3 acres on Highway $5.000 an acre.
2.64 acres on highway. $13.500.

HOWARD CREEK
Huge 2-story. 7 bdrm. house on ',
acre of land..Great for1 Ig. family or
hunting lodge. $38.000. Will finance
Perfect getaway place or comfortable
permanent home. 12x60 mobile
home on 1 acre. chain link fence &
chicken or turkey pens. Ig. screen
porch, fruit' trees. 3 wells Priced
right
ASSOCIATES-
AFTER HOURS
PAULETTA CAMPBELL ... 648-8977
RHONDA HEATH ........ 227-1782
ALISA DUREN ........... 48-5635
BOB'& JEAN FALISKI .... 229-6553
ARCHIE BARBEE ........ 648-5392
BRENDA RUSHING WOOD 227-1589
JIM CLEMENT .......... 648-5482


648-5011 Sales

648-8220 Rentals


AMERICA'S NUMBER 1 TOP SELLER, CENTURY 21TM
BECH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPMRATED.
i 1982 Century 21 Real Estate Corporaiton as trustee for the NAF ai and TM trademarks of Century 21 Real Estate Corporation. Printedlin U.S A Equal Housing Opporlurnty ti2


NEWLYWEDS, SINGLES, RETIREES Looking for
that quaint, affordable house. It can be seen at
1306 L6ng Ave. Phone 227-1278 or 227-1768 for
an appointment to:view this home.
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CASA DEL MAR
90% finished. Available for sale, lease
Sor rent. Call 229-8475. 229-8258 or
. '6 4 8-8 2 7 4 .. ..


By Owner: 3 bdrm. home on 1 acre, 200'
off Intracoastal Canal, Overstreet. Price
negotiable. Call 648-5188.
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TIME ZONE
24 Hr. Minor
Auto Service
& Road Service
* Oil Change
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located Mexico Beach
Shopping Center
Mexico Beach, Fla.
Call 648-8385
or mobile dispatch
227-1902


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


7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES

115 Hunter St., Oak Grove
Port St. Joe, Fla.
227-1325
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ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS






-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689


PAT'S MATS & FRAMES


* Mexico Beach, Fla.


406 7th Street


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The Sewing Room,
410 A Reid Avenue O
Port St. Joe, Florida "O

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


TAFLINGER PAINTING
(Interior and Exterior)
Pressure Cleaning for Grime and Mildew
ALSO COOL SEALING MOBILE HOME ROOFS
WILL COOL MOBILE HOMES 15-20%
FOR FREE ESTIMATE
Call 229-8977


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Prc sGo.pi 12 ,1 8 Wewahitchka, Fla..


PREMIUM GRADE
FRYER THIGHS
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TABLERITE BEEF
BONELESS
SHOULDER ROAST


TABLERITE BEEF
BONELESS
CHUCK STEAK


TABLERITE BEEF BONELESS
SHOULDER SWISS
STEAK


$198


MOE ULIY ETSA-BG AINS


TABLERITE FRESH
LEAN GROUND
BEEF


FAMILY
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$ 118


IGA TABLERITE
Roll Pork
Sausage


LYKES OLD FASHIONED
SLICED
BACON


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SUNNYLAND SMOKED
Pork Hocks (FamilyPak) . . . .


LYKES REG.-THICK OR
Beef Bologna........
LYKES REGULAR OR
BeefWieners........
SUNNYLAND BAG
Smoked Sausage ....


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Lb 58
$149
Lb. 1

2 $1092
Oz.
2 $219
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SPARKLO

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Golden Blend 50 Lb. Bag S 9
DOG RATION


IGA Halves or slices /
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Tablerite Ice Cream ,H' s 32


Morton Assorted Dinners..
Pet Deep Dish Pie Shells
Birds Eye Broccoli Spears.


211 Oz.
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IGA American Cheese Singles
Tropicana Orange Juice....
Breakstone Sour Cream.....


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IGA Steak Buns
IGA Loaf Pound Cake .
IGA Hamburger or.
Hot Dog Buns ......
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.2 6 Pkg. $100
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9 8Pkg. 891,


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Tylenol Extra Strength Tablets
Milk of Magnesia-Reg., or Mint
Bayer Aspirin........ ......
Enhance Shampoo & Cond....


. 60's
. 12 Oz.
. 100's
. 8 Oz.


$319
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$179


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Fresh
Black Eye Peas Ib.69 ,
Young Tender C
OKRA...... Ib.99
Sweet & Juicy Florida 6 Cp
CANTALOUPES 69 up


Cucumbers .a, $1 00
Bell Peppers 1.


Best Flavor Ruskin
TOMATOES


I tray 119


Guaranteed Ripe Sweet Vidalia Type lb. A C
Ice Cold WATERMELONS YELLOW ONIONS '49
New Florida 10. b. $1 39
RED POTATOES bag 1


Red Ripe
STRAWBERRIES Pit 69


or $6.90
Flat


E.J. RICH -1610 Monument Ave.
Close Out Sale on Flowers
Buy Early for Mother's Day


Available Also in St. Joe & Wewa Store
All Colors Lg. Bloo $ 125
Geraiums ... 1


ALL
Wandering Jew


$500


ALL FERNS ... 67
Place Your Order Now for Certified
Red Jewel
Sweet Potato Draws 100/$450


SIGA
32 Oz. Jar
MAYONNAISE 8


Hunts Ketchup .......... 32 Oz. Btl.
EW Jack Mackerel ...... is oz. can
EW Tall Sardines...... ... oz. can
Van Camp Pork & Beans .. 300 can 2
Kraft Deluxe Dinner ...... .4 oz. Pkg.
Kraft Grapefruit Juice . Half Gal.
Kent Field Peas w/Snaps .. 303 can
Kent White Acre Peas... 303 can
Vlasic Hamburger Dill Chips 16 oz. Jar


IGA VEGETABLE
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