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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 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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USPS 518.880


FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 36


THE STAR

Industry -Deep Water Port- Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1982


Tapper Delivers $30 Million


Predicts "Something On Ground"In 18-24 Months


George Tapper, chairman of the
Gulf County Port Authority, became a
little emotional toward the end of his
hour-long presentation to a public
meeting of the Authority, Chamber of
Commerce, civic and government
leaders Monday night. Tapper was also
basking in the limelight of having


successfully completed a two and a half
year odyssey, searching for $30 million
in unsecured dollars to borrow for
construction of a deep water port here
in Port St. Joe. Tapper said he found
out in his quest for the money and the
necessary support such a project would
need in order to be successful that, "It


isn't what you know, it's who you know
which will get a project such as this one
accomplished".
Tapper said he had lots of help from
all over the southeast and as far away
as Washington, D,C., in what was at
times, a frustrating search for funds
with which to build a port here. Some of

I


Andy Kaplan and Lee Barbra of Lehman Brothers, Khun Rev. Otis Stallworth hold a blow-up of a check for $29,575,000,'
Loeb, Inc., hold a bond facsimile; Port Authority member Ed so the audience can see them Monday night following a ,'
Ramsey, holds a certificate of deposit copy; Port Authority meeting at the High School Commons Area. .-Star photo.
chairman, George Tapper and members Laura Geddie and


his highest praise was given by Tapper
for Congressman Earl Hutto, "Who
spent considerable time with me in
Washington and in the state of Florida,
lining up the steps we would need to
take to get the necessary money".
Tapper said he was just about to
give up on his project, which he
launched at his own expense and
energy. "I thought it was all over when
I went to the St. Joe Paper Company
office last fall to talk with Jake Belin
(president of SJPC). As a result of that
meeting, St. Joe Paper loaned us
$250,000 to get started with the project
and it's been progressing ever since."
Tapper also said Belin was largely
responsible for the port project ever
getting started in the first place. "He
made the land available when the idea
was first approached. If he hadn't said
the land could be had, we would have
been out of luck".
SHOWS FACSIMILE
After spending the better part of an
hour giving credits to those who had
helped with the tremendous project,
which Tapper labels as "The best thing
which has ever happened to Gulf
County", he proudly displayed a
facsimile for a check made out to the
Port Authority in the amount of
$29,575,000 by Lehman Brothers, Kuhn
Leob, Inc., one of the largest invest-
ment firms in the nation. Tapper also
showed an enlarged facsimile of a
certificate of deposit which showed the
money had already been deposited with
the Bank of America, earning the Port
Authority 14.375 percent interest.
Tapper gave credit to Lehman
vice president, Lee Barba and bonding
specialist, Andy Kaplan, both of whom
were present at the meeting Monday
night.
Tapper said the two were respon-
sible for putting the package together


and getting it accepted with a triple
"A" rating by Standard and Poor,
which was largely responsible for the
issue being sold within just a few hours
after it went on the market.
Tapper gave credit .for original
conception of the bonding idea to Carl
Dunn, representing Moody, Dunn In-
vestment house of Panama City.
HOW LONG WILL IT BE?
One of the big mysteries has been
just how long it will be before a new
port is constructed here in Port St. Joe
and how long it will be before the


George Tapper reads from one
of the many documents he used for
statistics at the Monday night
meeting. -Star photo


adjoining high rise bridge at Highland
View will be built.
Tapper said the port will be built in
two phases, with the first phase to be
built on the west side of Highway 98:
"During this time, the new bridge will
be under construction, and when it is
finished, the second phase of the port
project will be built on the east side of
the highway."
"We should have something on the
ground within.-18-24 months", Tapper
said, "but the entire project will take up
to seven years to complete". Tapper
also pointed out that the new bridge
would take up to three years to build.
"This will be a big bridge.and a huge
project", he said. "This bridge will be
the third largest bridge of its kind in the
state of Florida".
The bridge'and the port are tied
together, according to Tapper. "If we"'
don't get the bridge, we don't get the
port and if we don't get the port, we
don't get the bridge". The chairman
pointed out that the new bridge would
be financed by a special federal source
of funding, which was dependent on the
construction of the port for release 6f
funds. He said the Department of
Transportation has already appointed
Frank Carlisle in the Chipley office as
the engineer to start work on the bridge
and do the planning.
Tapper closed with, "This has beef
a personal thing with me. I started it
because I was interested. I appreciate
the tremendous help I have received
over these past months. I hope we can
now all work together in the months to
come to bring this project to realiza-
tion."
The meeting, which saw an esti-
mated 250 people turn out on relatively '
short notice, was held in the High
.School Commons Area and was hosted
by the Port St. Joe-Gulf County
Chamber of Commerce.


CityOrdinanra attention
r **. ', m*:a.c :.' ,


The City Commission pass-
ed one ordinance Tuesday
night, chided a violator of
another ordinance and chang-
ed a third.
NEW ORDINANCE
The new ordinance, passed
.as an emergency measure,
would regulate use of the boat
launch site at the west end of
Fifth Street in St. Joseph Bay.
The new ordinance was


drawn to remove 'a nuisance
which showed up in the launch
site recently, when several
small shrimp boats started
using the launch site as a,
temporary docking facility.
The new ordinance will
provide a tool for. local offi-
cials to apply against anyone)
who parks a boat at the pier
facilities for more than two
hours. Each additional two


hours is considered as an
additional offense.
The ordinance sets out the
use of the boating facility as
being intended solely for load-
ing and unloading boats for a
recreational purpose and lim-
its the use of the entire facility
from.the shore to the pavilion
at the end of the pier and the
water for. an area of 250 feet
surrounding the structures.


* Penalties for violation of the
ordinance can range up to. a
$500 fine and a sentence of not
more than 60 days in jail.
The ordinance took effect,
yesterday, Wednesday, May
5.
VIOLATION
An- ordinance Was violated
by the new nursing home,
which started -construction
yesterday: with an official


ground breaking ceremony.
Builder of the nursing home,
Larry Johnson, was before the
Commission Tuesday night,
asking for permission to place
two travel trailers on the site
for the period of construction.
"I need the trailers there for
our foremen to stay in as
security guards over the ma-
terials we will have on the
site", Johnson said.


School Board Reduces Staff by 10


The Gulf County School
Board made its hard decision
definite Tuesday evening in
their regular meeting.
For some time, the board
has been trying to decide how
much staff cut-back they will
need in the next school year to
come within budget and care
for the needs of the students
who attend school.
Two criteria were consider-
ed in making the decision to
reduce instructional personnel
forces in the next school year.
First, the Gulf County school
system, like many others, is
experiencing a reduction in
pupil load due to the reduced
birth rate in the nation.
Second the board is faced
with a reduced financial base
just. as every other school
system in the nation is faced.
Tuesday, the Board made
the definite decision to reduce
their instructional staff by 10
people for the next school
year. "Right now, we are
making the decision as to who
will be released and telling
them of the decision before it
is made public", Board Chair-
man Waylon Graham said.
SITE MOVED
The Board took another
decisive step Tuesday evening
and decided to move the adult
school facilities from the
Centennial Building to a build-
ing to be located near the
softball complex at the rear of
the Port St. Joe Jr.-St. High
School center.
The adult center is being
removed from the Centennial
Building because of recent
expensive changes state in-
spectors say must be made to
that part of the building now


used as an adult site before its
continued use can be allowed.
The Board is removing a
temporary class room from
the Wewahitchka site to Port
St. Joe and will get it into
shape through the summer for


the fall session of school.
PAY CONTRACTOR
The School Board agreed- to
pay contractor, Kolmetz Con-
struction Company of Panama
City, $90,000 in funds being.
withheld on the recently com-


pleted Wewahitchka Elemen-
tary School building.
Architect Charles Arthur
Gaskin advised the board that
the items to be corrected by
the contractor are mostly
guaranteed by: manufacturers


and are much less than the
$100,000 the board was holding
back pending correction of the
several items.
'Gaskin said the board would
be more than protected with
the $10,000 still being withheld.


When asked why he moved
the trailers in without secur-
ing permission to do so,
Johnson replied he felt he
wouldn't need permission,
since he had used the trailers
in other construction sites,
particularly Pensacola, where
he built a nursing home in
a very exclusive area.
Johnson said the trailers
would be there for about six
months and would be removed
just as soon as the 'construc-
tion is complete.
Commissioner James B.
Roberts told Johnson, "Mobile
homes are a very sensitive
subject in Port St. Joe. We
don't allow them and you had
no more than set the tongue of
yours down on the ground
before I had received five
calls complaining."
As a result of the discussion,
(Continued On Page 8)


I". Three Face Charges



Large Amount of Loot


Taken from Market


Sheriff's investigator Charlie Hill, Sheriff Ken Murphy Wednesday morning. Three were arrested in connection with
and Deputy Arnold Tolliver, look over the contraband the theft. -Star photo
allegedly removed from Highland View Superette early last


Two men face burglary charges and
the wife of one of the men faces charges as
an accessory in a burglary of the Highland
View Superette last Wednesday morning,
according to the Gulf County Sheriff's
Department.
Freddie Roy Hicks, 21 and James
Gordon Brown have both been charged for
the burglary, with Brown released on his
own recognizance after an appearance
before Gulf County Judge David Taunton
and Hicks still in the Gulf county jail,
facing a $5,000 bond. Rebecca A. Brown,
21, is also free on her own recognizance,
facing a charge of being an accessory to
the burglary.
Sheriff's investigator, Charlie Hill,
said evidence points to the two men
taking some $500 to $600 worth of
merchandise from the Highland View
market sometime during the morning
last Wednesday. Hill said he thinks all
of the merchandise and most of the
money taken from the market, has been
recovered.
According to Hill's investigation, he
said Hicks allegedly entered the market


during the early morning hours on
Wednesday of last week. He then broke out
of the market and went to Brown's home td
get him to help with the burglary.
Hill said the market owner, Richard
Walker, thought he had just been robbed of
a small amount of change when he came to
work last Wednesday morning. "The cash
register was open and a small amount of
change was missing. He called us and we
found where the back door had been
opened from the inside."
Hill said further investigation reveal-
ed tracks from a market cart leading from
the back door of the store to Brown's
home. After following the tracks and some
questions asked, Hill said the trio was
arrested and charged with the burglary.
The shopping cart, used to carry off the
merchandise, was later found in St.
Joseph's Bay.
The three suspects were arrested later
Wednesday morning and appeared before
Judge Taunton on Thursday for filing of
charges.
Hill said he felt most of the merchan-
dise, as well as $10.00 of the change had
been recovered.


20" Per Copy 1


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"It's not what you know, but
who you know in getting things
done."
George Tapper


Nursing Home


Breaks Ground
Ground breaking ceremonies were held yesterday
morning at the site of the new 120-bed Port St. Joe
-nursing home on Long Avenue.
Construction is now under way on the first 60-bed
phase of the nursing complex, with construction to take
approximately one year for completion. The new
facility will face Ninth Street and sprawl out over most
of the two block area occupied in years pastby the Port
St. Joe Elemenftary School.
The ceremony was sponsored by the John C.
Gainous VFW Post and Auxiliary. Mayor Frank Pate
welcomed the home to Port St. Joe. On hand for the
dedication entertainment were the Port St. Joe High
School Band and the NJROTC marching unit.
Ground breaking was done by Larry Johnson,
owner of the home, Ted Cannon, president of Florida
National Bank of Port St. Joe and Mrs. Zola Maddox, a
pioneer of the Port St. Joe area.
The home is being built under a certificate of need
issued by the Panhandle Health Agency System. Leo
Kennedy is one of the local members of the system and
has been instrumental in obtaining the home for Port
St. Joe.


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Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1982


Your American Cancer
Society Unit in Gulf County
needs more people who care-
Who are willing and capable.
If you would like to participate
in the activities of the Unit,
join the ranks of the dedicated
volunteers who serve by call-
ing and expressing your in-
terest. You can make a
difference. Your help is need-
ed today!
The American Cancer So-
ciety's total support comes


Taxes Raised While



SLooking for Cut

Now it costs a nickel to spend a with the additional penny sales
dollar in Florida. tax still intact.
= The new five-cent sales tax went There are no guarantees with
into effect last Saturday, under the the new penny sales tax. There are
disguise of making it easy for us not even any guarantees that the
& poor misguided dolts to pay taxes. cities and counties will continue to
Hardly anybody seemed to be in receive half of the new tax revenue.
favor of the additional tax except the The Legislature could ear-mark the
Legislature. entire income to the state treasury
Z, :. The Legislators all went home at their very next session, so far as
after the session, holding their heads we can see it.
high and looking as innocent as if In the meantime, much propa-
;z they had not increased taxes during ganda is being put out on a state
E the last session. A 20 percent level advising citizens the county
S increase in a single tax is an and city will have all this extra
increase, no matter how you slice it. money and their governing bodies
S: The Legislature has tried to should be more prudent about
S"slice" the tax increase so it will levying more tax in the future.-
F look like tax relief rather than a tax There is no mention made of the fact
' increase. Half of the sales tax that half of the new money is going
increase goes to the counties, with a to the state and there is no plan there
portion an average of 20 percent to cut back on any other revenue
of the money set aside as a because of the new windfall.
reduction for ad valorem taxes. But, The whole point is, in the guise
this substitution- for ad valorem of bringing the hard-pressed tax
taxes is mandatory for only one payer some tax relief, the ones who
=. year. levy these taxes have managed to
Next year, the strings are work their business around to the
removed from the half of the. sales, point where all they did was to raise
tax increase the counties and cities your taxes again, while hunting a
get and it will be business as usual'. way to cut your taxes.


I Making Voting Easier

Gulf County will have more precinct. The Indian Pass area now
a voting precincts when our people comes all the way in to Port St. Joe
start going to the polls in September and votes in Precinct 11.
Sin all likelihood. It was a surprise that so many
Howard Creek has been wanting people now live in that area, and
Sa .voting precinct for about three or with the booming sale of land near
F four years now. the Franklin-Gulf line, along the
Elections Supervisor, Cora Sue shores of the Gulf of Mexico, it will
y Robinson, surprised the County probably be only a short time until
2 Commission recently by pointing out the Indian Pass area will be a pretty
that 'the Indian Pass area is now sizeable area.
large enough to warrant its own Our precincts in, Gulf County
seem to' have just growfn"front a
crisis which has arisen at election
S. T time and were formed more from
!O fle 1 reaction than from action. We're
.glad to see the County Commission
The Panama City Herald is start consideration of re-aligning of
up to its old tricks again the present precincts and forming
minding our business for us. new ones where needed while they
Last week, the Herald felt it have time to look at the situation
was unnecessary for our Coun- thoroughly and make a well-inform-
ty Commission to pass an ed decision well before voting time.
anti-nudity ordinance for our Gulf County is steadily growing
? county, as Bay County is in the although not in a spectacular
throes of doing. manner. Growth of any sort means
We would like to know what our county government must stay on
2 business it is of the News-Her- top of the needs of growing areas
7 ald if our Commission should and voting places are one of these
even decide to pass an ordin- needs. It shouldn't be that way but it
ance regulating the size of seems that today, if we expect our
martin houses, or turnip green people to vote, we either must
cook pots or the thickness of present them with a real controver-
cornbread muffins? sial issue to decide or else make
None, by golly! casting of their vote just as painless
^- as possible.




The Next Morning That I H

::-I SHOULDN'T HAVE done it. The night before the bait had been Ther
-I had put it off just as long as I could secured, the gas tank filled, etc. After
stand and I did it anyway. Saturday morning, it was just to be a grass, we
It had been since the latter part of matter of getting into the car and Bend wh
^ last June since I went fishing. After that driving off. The boat trailer had even second c!
time the hot, dry weather set in here
and either the river was too low or it
was just too hot to go fishing from that
Time on tintil the spring of this year.
Even a part of the spring slipped by .
without my wetting a hook. Something E TA O f
always came up and interferred with ET Q S1
my pursuing the weightier things of .
S=But Saturday, three weeks ago, I
couldn't stand it any longer. Cecil
Harrison and I'set up a fishing trip to
Lake Wimico for that Saturday mor-
Sning, no matter what.
I had already tried a trip to the been attached to the car the night and the f
SLake the previous Saturday, with before, anyow.
number one grandson, but that was the But the car had a flat tire. about a d
E Saturday it rained bullfrogs all day s hk
Long. Ishouldhavegonebacktobedright TO T
S The next Saturday, he couldn't go, there, but I called Cecil and he got in his t
so Cecil and I got together. pick-up and hurried on over to get the day, the
la d I go trip on the road. wanted t
S I PRIED MY EYES open that We got to Depot Creek with no I toss
SSaturday morning to a beautiful day... further incidents and the motor purred the fishing
until I got outside. all the way to Lake Wimico. Game W.


from public contributions ra-
ther than tax dollars or
government grants. The So-
ciety reports that nearly 80
cents of every dollar it re-
ceives is used for research,
public and professional educa-
tion, and services to cancer
patients.
From September 1981 to the
end of February 1982 the ACS
provides financial assistance
to Gulf County residents as
(Continued On Page 3)


of fact, I'm at my best after a
long party. The old stuff about
seeing three lines in the road
is a bunch of malarkie! I just
put my left wheels on the
white one and let her eat.
I've been drinking a long
time. Most of this time, I have
been driving, too. Admittedly,
I've had some close calls. One


Big Help ( LETTERS TO THE EDITOR...


Dear Wesley:
This month ends a four year
period that. I have been
Publicity Chairman for the
Beta Beta chapter of the Delta
Kappa Gamma Society Inter-.
national. Without your fine
assistance, we could not have
achieved accolades for the
publicity we received.


You allowed us to do feature'
articles on each teacher as
well as each new member. We
deeply appreciate your doing
that.
We have received recogni-
tion at two state conventions
for the publicity we achieved.
Again, you made that pos-


said it was because I was
drinking. Just because I had
two or three six packs should
have had nothing to do with it.
People should 'teach their
children to stay off the road
with their bikes.
Driving is not the only thing
I do better while I'm drinking.
You should see me at a party
or shooting pool, or at most
anything else. I'm usually the
life of the party and man, can I
shoot pool after a few! As
matter of fact, I now have a
few before I go to the party so
I can drive better on the way.
Long trips are a lot more fun
when I have a few as I drive
along. I remember the trip to
Atlanta. It was raining and my


sible.
Thank you for supporting
the outstanding women edu-
cators of our county in this
manner.
Most sincerely,
Margaret Key Biggs
Publicity Chairman
Beta Beta, Mu State


spirits were kinda low so I
thought a few drinks would
make me feel better. I stopped
and picked up a six pack. I
drank it before I got to
Dothan. I stopped and picked
up another "cool six" just
outside of Cambellton. Now I
was set. The rain seemed to
come down in sheets and it
was very difficult to see.
Thank goodness I had a few
beers. There was a big slow-
moving truck in front of me.
I'll never forget, I was sure it
was clear when I started to
pass...
I can drive a lot better when
I'm drinking. I tell you this
from the bottom 9f my....
grave!


night I hit the side of the
bridge at Highlandview. It
blew out both tires on the right
side, but that probably would
have happened anyway.
Whew! I almost went through
the bridge that time.
Another time, I almost hit a
little girl on a bicycle. If I had
hit her,, people would have


ave A Flat Tire, I'm Going Right Back to Bed


e we met a sea of grass.
x pushing our way through the
e got. around near Cold Water
Lere we intended to fish as a
hioce, but'the tide was way out


:DLU

By: Wf


"This license is no good", he said.
"It's last year's license."
I was dumbfounded. I have pur-
chased both hunting and fishing licen-
ses for 30 years and just KNEW I had a


esley R. Ramsey


ish wouldn't bite. We fished
. hard! We wound up with
lozen.

rOP OFF the non-productive
Game Warden came along and
o see our licenses.
ed my wallet out and turned to
g license department, but the
arden would have none of it.


valid license:
But, I didn't.
A flat tire, no fish, and now, a ticket
from the Game Warden.
Heading back home, a cylinder of
the outboard quit and we limped up
Depot Creek on one cylinder, later to
find out that a coil had shorted out on
one cylinder.
Just you hang on. I'm not through


with this day yet!

AFTER WE GOT back to my house
to unhook the boat, Cecil cut the motor
off on his pick-up. When he tried to
crank it again, it wouldn't start.
The nearest thing we could find to a
mechanic was Harry Lee Smith. He
said he would come out and have a look
and came riding up in his "NAPA"
pick-up.
After all we had been through that
day, Harry Lee Smith came to my
house and parked that thing he drives in
the front yard for everyone who drove
by to see. I asked him to park it around
back, but it wouldn't make it any
farther. He had to leave it in the front.
It's bad enough to start the day with
a flat tire, graduate to a ticket from an
officer, have a motor go on the blink
and fail to catch fish, but having Harry
Lee park that "NAPA" in my front
yard was more than a person ought to
be called on to bear.
My neighbors called the rest of the
afternoon, threatening to put up a
privacy fence around my property if I
insisted on starting a junk yard in my


front yard.
Even after all my explanations, two
of them still think I am getting into the
junk business.

WE PAID HARRY LEE off for his
mechanic work by putting the fish we
had caught in a sandwich bag and gave
them to Harry Lee ... not cleaned. He
took them somewhere else and traded
them for a cooked supper.
The day worked out pretty well in
spite of all the problems. It was a nice
day all day, we got to get out and enjoy
it; the telephone didn't ring once and
we rounded up the parts to get
everything fixed before nightfall.
The Judge was even lenient with
me on the no fishing license charge.
Since I was fishing in the county with a
cane pole, he believed my story about
thinking I had a valid license and let me
go by just going down the hall at the
courthouse and purchasing one.
I've made up my mind, though. If I
ever get up in the morning again to go
fishing and I have a flat on my car, I'm
just going to turn right around, march
back in the house, and go back to bed.


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Tides

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


is feet above or below the
mean water line.


May 6
May 7
May8
May 9
May 10
May 11
May 12
May 13


High Ht. Low Ht.
1125 1.1 2046 .1
1140 1.3 2139 .0
1205 1.4 2218 -.1
1230 1.5 2300 -.1
1309 1.5 2342 -.2
1341 1.5
1423 1.5 34 -.1
1505 1.5 122 -.1


Cancer Society Nedds People Who Care


C. A MAN'S WORLD


Drunk Driving

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Can you believe the new
DWI law our legislature has
passed? It is as ridiculous as
the recently passed 'anti-
nudity law in Bay County.
What are they trying to do to
us fun lovers?
I can drive as well and most
of the time, better, after I've'
had a few drinks. As a matter











Kindergarten


Students Must


Have Screening
The Gulf County School parent or legal guardian.
board, in cooperation with the Birth certificate or proof of
lorida Diagnostic and Learn- birth is required.
ig Resources System-PAEC, New Kindergarten Students
ie Gulf County Health De- for School Year 1982-83 are
artment and the Gulf County Expected to Participate in the
guidance Clinic, is sponsoring Preschool Screening.
community service program The kindergarten screening
screen preschool children, clinics are scheduled as fol-
ho will be five years old on or lows: Highland View, May 11,
before October 1,. 1982 to 8:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.; Wewa
detect potential learning prob- Elementary, Linton Site, May
ms. Screening will be done 13, 8:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.; and
i the areas of hearing, vision, Port St. Joe Elementary, May
speech and language, concept 14, 8:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.
Drmation, and fine and gross For further. information, in
iotor coordination. If poten- the Port St. Joe area, call Lois
al problem areas are found, Byrd at 227-1221.
ie screening team will make For further information, in
recommendations for follow- the Wewahitchka area, call
p Betty Husband at 639-5377.
Each child who is screened a chl
rust be accompanied by a Sea School
Offered In
5GOOD ) Apalachicola


- ASOUNS
to see your .good
neighbor agent









CAR HOME
LIFE HEALTH

BILL WOOD
411 Reid Ave.
229-6514 or 229-6103
Like a good neighbor,
State Farm is there.



STATE FARM
INSURANCE COMPANIES
Ho. Office: Blooml sgt.o. mlnlmol0


In order to carry passengers
for hire on any boat you must
have an Operator's License.
SEA SCHOOL announces the
next prep course for the U.S.
Coast Guard Captain's Li-
cense Examination for the
Apalachicola area corn-.
mencing on Monday, May 17th
and running through Satur-
day, May 22nd. Classes will be
held from 6 P.M. til 10:30 P.M.
at the Apalachicola High
School, Avenue "J" and 14th
St. in Apalachicola.
This intensive cram course
prepares candidates for either
the Motorboat Operator Cap-
tain's License (6-PAK) or the
Ocean Operator Captain's Li-
cense (100-Ton). The U.S.
Coast Guard will administer
the written examination fol-
lowing completion of the
course.
SEA SCHOOL, with head-
quarters in St. Petersburg,
conducts USCG Exam Prep-
Courses in cities along the
Gulf and Atlantic Coasts. For
more information and en-
rollment call SEA SCHOOL at
1-800-282-0962, toll free.


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Mr. Whitfield Wade Barrier,
Sr., 82, of 504 17th St., Port St.
Joe, died Thursday of last
week at 11:54 a.m. in a
Panama City hospital.
He had been a resident of
Port St. Joe for the past 46
years, moving here from
DeLand. He was a retired
merchant, a mason, a gradu-
ate of Roanoke College, and a
member of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Virginia A. Barrier of


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Kiwanis Panc
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club served
more pancakes last Saturday than they
ever had in the many years they have been
sponsoring their annual Pancake Days on
the first Saturday in May.
In the top photo, Charles Wall, one of
the Kiwanis Chefs, presides at the huge


Port St. Joe; two sons, W. W.
Barrier, Jr. of Port St. Joe and
Rev. John S. Barrier of
Aurora, Ill.; two grandsons,
Whitfield Wade Barrier III of
Port St. Joe, and Daniel Staton
Barrier of Aurora, Ill.; two
sisters, Mrs. D. Ray McEach-
ern and Mrs. Leon Lumpkin,'
both of Concord, N.C.
Memorial Services were
held Tuesday at Noon from
Long Avenue Baptist Church.
Rev. Ted Corley and Rev.:
Jimmy Spikes conducted the,
services. The body was re-
turned to Lynchburg, Va., for
services and burial.

Hutto's Man
Here May 11
Earl Hadaway will be in
Port St. Joe next week to meet
with anyone having a problem
with the Federal Government.
Hadaway will be in Port St.
Joe on Wednesday, May 12, in
the Gulf County Courthouse,
Commissioners Hearing
Room, between the hours of
10:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M.,
EST.


Cancer
(Continued from Page 2)
follows:
Adult Cancer Patients re-
ceived over $900 for transpor-
tation, $300 for room and
board, and approximately
$200 for their services such as
medication, dressings, etc
Children with Childhood Can-
cer received, an additional
$1121.
In addition to financial
assistance the loan closet
made hospital beds, wheel-
chairs, portable commodes,
and other necessary equip-
ment available free of charge
to cancer patients for as long
as they needed same.
The next board meeting of
the South Gulf County Unit of
the American Cancer Society
in Port St. Joe will be held at
12:00 noon on Friday, May 14,
at Pauline's Restaurant. This
will be a Dutch treat luncheon.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1982 PAGE THREE


Sakes Sell Good
range in the special mobile cooking
kitchen erected on the vacant lot at the
corner of' Fifth and Reid, as he tends to
cooking bacon and sausage. In the photo
below, several of the pancake eaters sit
down under the huge tent to enjoy what the
Kiwanians had cooked up. -Star photo


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


Rites Held for


W. W. Barrier, Sr.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1982


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Eighteen GulfEd ucators


Garden Club Meets May 13 Attend Beta Beta


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The Port St. Joe Garden
Club will meet Thursday, May
13th at 12:30 p.m. for a
covered dish luncheon at the
Garden Center.
Mrs. Paul Kunel, president


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of the Sea Oats and Dunes
Garden Club, will give a short
report of her experiences,
good and bad, at the State
Garden Club Convention. The
installation of the 82-83 Club
officers will be conducted by
Mrs. Kunel.
Proceeding the luncheon,
there will be a meeting of the
Board of Directors: Mrs.
Ethel Bridges, Mrs. George
Cooper, Mrs. W. H. Griffin,
Mrs. Wesley-R. Ramsey, Mrs.
M. P. Huie, and Mrs. Stiles
Brown, at 11:30 a.m.
Hostesses for the May meet-
ing are Mrs. Nobie Stone, Mrs.
-William Lyles, Mrs. George
Suber, and Mrs. Ralph Swatts.
Please come and enjoy the
fellowship of this year's clos-
ing meeting.


The Beta Beta chapter of the
Delta Kappa Gamma Society
International met in a com-
bined meeting with the Phi
chapter Saturday at Marianna
High School. It was a mile-
stone meeting because it was
the final joint meeting of Beta
Beta with its parent chapter,
Phi.
Both chapters held separate
business meetings, but met in
the Marianna High School
auditorium for a presentation
by that high school's choral
ensemble which took the au-
dience on an historical jour-
ney through song from the
roaring 20's to the present.
The Beta Beta business
meeting was conducted by
President Eloise Ramsey who
finished biennium business


The smile that comes from knowing you re giving the finest in 14 Kt gold 14 i
> t. gold overlay and sterling silver neck chains. Clas ic beauty that s 1a,,.-
essly crafted and affordably priced. Come in today and ee .
-:ur complete selection of Fine Fashion Jewelry bv Speidel

I Thames Jewelers
S302 Reid Avenue Phone 229-8723




Express Your
Love for -
.,Morn with
Beautiful
shower ii
Flowers from the Methodis
DTOR DAlabama
SDECORATOR DEN erHonLanders
321 V2 Reid Avenue Phone 227-1862 Miss Becky Landers, above center, was mother
honored last Saturday morning with a calling Landers,

& ."resh rchid-C6orse. 7..._ .s hoz s WillPresent
S -3 Roses/Bud Vase .......... $750 Spring Concert at Lqng Avenue
1 Dozen Roses .. .2500 The children's choirs, of zoo in Panama City, and
e ........... $5 Long Avenue Baptist Church first through sixth grad
will present their spring con- going to Marianna to tour
cert this Sunday, May 9, at Caverns.
MUM POTS 7:00 p.m. in the Church Everyone is invited to
In Full Bloo .l auditorium. They will also tend the program this Suni
Basket & $ 1 00 receive their awards and choir evening.,
Ribbon pins at this time. The regular
Dis -+.children's choir program of Invites Those
GrDish $9 the churchwill conclude with
Garden $59 this program; however, a 65 and Over
'4, a J special program for children
Hanging grades 4-6 will begin June 2 The Saint Joseph Bay Ch
Pos ......... $4 95 and run throughout the sum- ter of the A.A.R.P. will m
S' .. < mer. next Monday, May 10th,
The children's choirs will 2:30 p.m. in the Union Hall
Fresh Cut A arrangements also be going- on a field trip Sixth St.
Silk Corsages Silk Rosebud this weekend with the pre- The program will feat
Silk Corsages S Sil SR schoolers going to a- petting Rocky Comforter, who
S stwAs $ 1 asesSarta ,i 30 discuss the options availa
SILK DAISY MINI-BASKETS ........$3.50 WINNER OF CONTEST when death strikes a fam
AIDING DIXIE YOUTH There will be a question
Free Delivery In Town and to Beaches Sheteta Chambers, 330 Ave- answer period, at the close
nue C, was presented with $50 his presentation.
". worth of gasoline, given away Also featured will be I
by the Dixie Youth baseball and Carol Durham, who


Serving a special menu ""
on her special dayl
Pauline's Restaurant would
to thank all her Irlends and
patronage for her past 23 ye,
all her employees would like
Day Dinner with us Sunday.
We Will Be Open from
Serving Breakf
SPECIALS DUO

Mothers Over 65 ..

Mothers Over 80 ...
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like to take this opportunity
faithful customers tot their
ars in business. Pauline and
to invite you to eat Mother's
May 9th
5:00 A.M till 3 00 P M
as an a Lunch.
RING THE DAY

....... price

.. Lunch Free On Us


MOTHER'S DAY MENU
B-B-Q RIBS or CHICKEN TURKEY & DRESSING
FRIED CHICKEN BAKED HAM ROAST BEEF
MASHED POTATOES FRESH TURNIP GREENS
FRESH STRING BEANS-* CANDIED YAMS
FRESH PEAS CREAM CORN MAC. & CHEESE


Large Variety of Homemade Desserts and
A Delicious Salad Bar

Have Dinner With Us On Mother's Day

Pauline's Restaurant
Reid Avenue


program.recently in a, league
promotional campaign.
Members of ICW Local 836,
donated the $50.00 worth of-
gasoline.


before the installation of new
officers by District I Director,
Jacque Price, who gave an
overview of the District Meet-
ing to be held at the Harbour
House Restaurant in Panama
City on May 15. Registration
will begin at 9:00 C.D.T. The
District Meeting will last until
12:00 when the membership
will attend a luncheon. In the
afternoon, workshops will be
conducted by state officers
and state committee chair-
men. All Beta Beta members
were encouraged to attend.
New officers to serve in
Beta Beta for the upcoming
biennium are: President, Jo-
anne Cox; First Vice-Presi-
dent, 'Jan Colcord; Second
Vice-President, Judy
McGuire; Corresponding Se-


a the social hall of the First United
it Church. Miss Landers will become
e of Ken Whittle in Montgomery,
a later this month. Shown with Miss
are, Mrs. Robert (Whittle, left,
of the groom-elect and Mrs. P. G.
mother of the bride-elect.


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present a program of country
music.
. If you are over 55, you are
invited to share the afternoon
with the A.A.R.P.


Meeting
cretary, L-. Littleton; Trea-
surer, Judy Harris; and Par-
liamentarian, Lenda McCain.
Attending from Gulf County
were Margaret Addison, Janet
Anderson, Dot Barlow, Lila
B ouillette, Evelyn Cox, Sara
Fite, Laura Geddie, Virginia
Harrison, Betty Holloway,
Jacque Price, Helen Ramsey,
Sarah Turner, Martha San-
born, Martha Lanier, Edith
Stone, Myrtle Roemer, Judy
Williams, and Margaret
Biggs.
FinalPlans for
Whit field-Un derwood
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Whit-
field of Wewahitchka wish to-
announce final plans for the
wedding of their daughter,
Constance Dena, to Dale Wil-
son Underwood.
The wedding will take place
Saturday, May 8, 2:00 p.m.
central time at the First
United Methodist Church,
Wewahitchka. The reception
will be -in the church fellow-
ship hall., All friends and
relatives are invited.


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Anso IV Pecan HI-Low 12x15
Anso IV Almond HI-Low 12x8
Copper Level-Loop ... 12x7
Leather Plush ...... 12x16
Gold Plush ........ 12x14
Silver Beige Plush ... 12x17
Heather Gold Plush .. 12x15'10"
Sun Pearl Plush ..... 12x22'11"
Paprika Plush ......12x12'7"
Peach Plush ....... 12xl9'8"
Velvet Brown Sculp. 12x16
Warm Buff Sculpture 12x15
Anso IV Birch Sculp. 12x17
Anso Iv Golden Pearl 12x15'9"
Warm Buff Sculpture 12x13
Golden Bronze Sculp. 12x10
Brown Sculpture .... 12x11


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Dedication Planned for

Convention Hall Replica


. At the May 1 meeting of the
St. Joseph Historical Society
held Saturday at the Corinne
Costin Gibson Memorial Li-
brary, many interesting r.-
ports were given and nu-'
merous projects discussed.
Wayne Childers, president,
displayed a basket of ancient
artifacts, arrowheads, knives,
and other pieces of beautifully
colored flint dating back to
2500 to 7000 B.C. These per-
fectly treasures came from
the vicinity of Marianna and
Greenwood, and Mr. Childers
explained how they were
made and also how 1000
different varieties of corn
were produced in America
before the white man came.
Plans are in the making for
a special state-wide ceremony
dedicating the replica of the
old Convention Hall, the new


addition to the museum which
was planned and sponsored by
the local historical group. The
furnishing of the new building
is almost complete, and the
dedication service in the near
future should be of interest to
many people.
Jesse Stone was appointed
to serve on a committee with
Mrs. J. T. McNeill, Jr. to
investigate the present stand-
ing of Public Lands in this
area, and especially in the
area of Cape San Blas. Others
on this committee are Bill
Quarles and Charles Smith,
who were asked to visit the
1San Bias area and to report to
the society. Aid will also be
asked of the historical group
in Tallahassee that is now
involved in restoring the OLD
UNION BANK.
A new committee, headed


by Bill Quarles) was formed to
plan for the proper display of
society treasures now being
held in the background. This is
a real need at this time. Mrs.
R. H. Brinson will also serve
on this committee.
Mrs. Chauncey Costin, Old
Cemetery Chairman, reported
86 visitors from Florida, Ala-
bama, Arizona, Arkansas,
Canada, Illinois, Louisianna,
Mississippi, Michigan, Min-
nesota, Georgia, New Mexico,
North Carolina, and Virginia.
Each month there are mem-
bers from new areas, and the
comments in the registration
book are most interesting;
The sad feature of the day's
meeting was the report, also
by Mrs. Costin, 'of definite
vandalism in the cemetery.
The top of the lovely registra-
tion stand in the gazebo which
had been re-done only a short
time ago had been smashed
and many pages of the new
registration book deliberately
'burned. This sort' of thing
happens much too frequently!
Who could be responsible for
such devastation within these
sacred grounds???
SMembers attending the May
meeting of the society were
the president; Wayne Chil-
ders, Jesse Stone, Bill Quarl-
es, Mrs. Chauncey Costin,
Mrs. R. H. Brinson, Mrs..
Charles Browne, Mrs. George
Suber, Mrs. Bernard Prid-
geon, Sr., Mrs. Herman Dean,
and Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr.'


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1982


National Nurses'


Week Being Observed


Baptist Hospital is cele-
brating National Nurses'
Week May 3-9. "NURSE" is
defined as "a person trained
to care for the sick or disabled
under the supervision of a
physician" in the 1978 edition
of the American Heritage
Dictionary- a limited de-
scription and certainly not one
which defines a nurse's role in
today's standards of nursing
practice.
From Licensed Practical
Nurse to Registered Nurse
Practitioner, roles are ex-
panding, The nurse of 1982 is
involved in management, edu-
cation, and research as well as
in providing a direct service,
goal directed and adaptable to
the needs of the individual,
family, and community dur-
ing health and illness.
Nursing is a dynamic field,
and it's practice is continually
evolving to include more
sophisticated patient care ac-
tivities. Many nurses now
have master's and doctorate
degrees and are becoming
highly specialized, whether in,


labor and delivery, cardiovas-
cular, oncology, orthopedics,
pediatrics or one of the many
other specialty areas.
The old adage "a nurse is a
nurse is .a nurse" is fast
becoming obsolete and the
image of the nurse, is chang-
ing. Today's nurse is involved
in the total spectrum of health
care.
Nurses today look at the
patient's needs and establish
plans 'of care based on the
nurses' assessment. They col-
laborate with other members
of the health care team,
including the physician, the
dietitian, the therapist-
whether respiratory, IV, phy-
sical, etc., and members of
other disciplines involved with
patient care. These indivi-
duals work together with the
physician to provide, the best
health care plan for each
patient.
It is a joint effort and nurses
at Baptist Hospital are doing
their part to make it work.
Whether in administration
or in education; whether


clinically involved in the op-
erating room, emergency de-
partment, medical-surgical
units, or the intensive-special
units, the nurse of 1982 at
Baptist Hospital meets' the
increasing demands of the
health care field, adapts to the
changes in the profession,
explores the avenues avail-
able in enhancing professional
growth, and above all, does
her or his share in ensuring
that patients are provided the
best nursing care possible.
WE SALUTE YOU....THE
NURSE OF 82.....
Hawaii leads the 50 states
in residents with a fondness
for travel. Some 30 out of
every thousand Hawaiians
received new passports in
recent years.


The Presbyterian Women of'
the Church met at the church
Monday, May 3, for their
annual birthday gift program


ATTENTION
BRIDES
Wedding memories are
precious. Once the dress Is
packed aweay and the cake
Is gone, the only lasting
moments are your wed-
ding photographs. We at
Cutler Photography can pro-
vide you with wedding
photos you will treasure for
I a lifetime.

CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
229-8922
4 15-8


and offering, with Mrs. Wil-
liam Pfost as hostess.
Mrs. Hugh White, Jr., was in
charge of the program, with
Mrs. Norman Sulzer, Mrs.
Harold Beyer, Mrs. Thomas
Ely and Mrs. Pfost taking part
in the skits.
This year's offering will be
divided between Edmarc Hos-
pice, headquartered at Suffolk
Presbyterian Church,. Suffolk,
Virginia, a hospice for fam-
ilies who have terminally ill
children, and Pembroke area
Presbyterian Ministry, Pem-
broke, North Carolina, for' a
self-help program of coopera-
tive farming, canning, pro-
duce marketing, and nutrition
to the Lumbee Indians of that
Area. '
Mrs. John Stuart will be
hostess for the June meeting.
Mrs: Norman Sulzer will give.
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THURSDAY, MAY 6, 198


County Artists


Have Works
8V veO


On Display
" Congressman Earl Hutto States Ca
has announced the opening of tion is be
an art exhibition featuring expense t
artwork entered in the First ernment
Congressional District Art regarding
Competition for high school exhibition
students. Accordingto Repre- rest with
sentative Hutto, 26 high panel of
schools from across the Pan- chaired b5
handle are participating in the Capitol.
competition. The entries will Particip
be on display from May 3rd to tries fronr
May 14th at the Visual Arts School inc
Gallery on the campus of "Hawks"
Pensacola Junior College in Brooks Fl
Pensacola. The gallery will be tion" anc
open from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 and Bobb
p.m., Monday through Friday. Life".
In his remarks, Representa- Entrant
tive Hutto said, "This collec- High Schi
tion of works represents the Gray, Jr.
rich and varied talents of our Parrish,
high school students. I am jorie I. Sc
proud of the creativity and on Self".
artistry of these young peo-
ple." Judging of the exhibition -
:will take place on May 9th. W
:Winners will be announced
:from the office of Congress-
iman Hutto. An J
: The art competition is being In last
;managed by Allan Peterson, Star state
:director of the Visual Arts was the
Gallery and is part of "An entry to p
artistic c Discovery", a nation- the state
wide activity initiated by annually i
members of the United States Thannuae Slly
JIouse of Representatives to The Stae
recognize the creative talents A few
of young Americans. Con- Raifordu
gressmen from across the beeCounty in
nation are conducting local bee and p
.competitions for high school state cts th
students in order, to select regs th
artwork to be displayed in a "Time is
nationall exhibition in the is more pr
corridors leading to the United


ipitol. The competi-
ing conducted at no
to the Federal Gov-
and final decisions
g suitability of art for
n in the Capitol shall
n the discretion of a_
qualified persons
y the architect of the
pants and their en-
n Wewahitchka High
elude: Scotty Brown,
and "Raccoons";
eming, "Contempla-
d "Telly Savalas";
by McDonald, "Still
s from Port St. Joe
hool are: Fred R.
, "Sailing"; Wendy
'Sun Set"; and Mar-
'hoelles, "Reflection


Made

Error
week's issue, The
d that Laurie Butts
first Gulf County
ace in the top ten at
spelling bee, held
n Jacksonville.
r was mistaken.
years back, Patty
represented Gulf
the state spelling
placed fourth in the
petition. The Star
e error.
precious, but truth
recious than time."
Benjamin Disraeli


HIGHLAND VIEW

METHODIST CHURCH
Corner 4th ? Parker Ave.
Invites You to Worship Services.
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A.M.
, MORNINGWORSHIP,,. ,- 11:00A.M
EVENING WORSHIP 600 P M.
WEDNESDAY 730 Prayer Meetings
Nursery Provided


2 THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1982 0 Attend Al M

Angel Barr Observes Her 700 Attend Annual Meet


Eighth Birthday April 22
Angel Barr enjoyed a "Holly et Hale, Laura Nelson, Chris
Hobble" birthday party on Summers, Scott Boyington,
Thursday, April 22, from Angela St. Clair, Jenny Sim-
4:00-5:00 P.M., at the 16th mons, Shannon Parrish, Les-
Street Park. The following lie Wilder, Teresa Mashburn,
Heather Johnson, Christy
Smith, Becky Weston, Carolyn
Peak, Wyvonne Hattaway,
Mr. Griffin, Angel's brother,
Thad, and her Mom and Dad,
Ernest and Betty Barr.
Everyone enjoyed "Holly
Hobbie" cake, potato chips,
punch, along with the opening
of gifts and playing in. the
park.
Anigel and her family thank
each one who helped to make
her eighth birthday a very
special one.
ANGEL BARR
friends helped Angel to cele-
brate her birthday: Lisa At-
kins, Vince Everett, Lori
Gentry, Kristin Totman,
Mandy Fernandez, Patricia
Nedley, Kellie Moree, Alison
Handley, Marla Perry, Holly
Richter, Tenesa Adams, Niki
Eaker, Pam Bowen, Leah
Ray, Carolyn and Bradly
Stephens, Joni Peak. Wendy
and Shelley Weston, Jason
Whitten, J.J. Hattaway, Jean-


Christy and Misty, Wood

Christy and Misty
Aie Now Three
Christy and Misty Wood
celebrated their third birth-
day at a small party at their
home last Saturday.
They are the daughters of
Raymond and Debra Wood:
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Griffin of Highland,
View, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Lee of Vernon, and Mr. Cicero
Wood of Panama City.


AUDREY FRANKLIN
Audrey Marks

3rd Anniversary
Audrey T. Franklin cele-
brates her third birthday on
April 30.
She is fhe datrghter of Mr.
and Mrs. 0. B. Franklin of 233
Avenue B, and the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Rufus Wyatt, all of Port St.
Joe.


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Amy St. Clair

One Year Old
Amy Elizabeth St. Clair
celebrated her first birthday'
on April 10 at her home.
Helping "her celebrate were
her sister, Angela, her par-
ents, grandparents, and other
'relatives.
Amy is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe St. Clair.


YVETTA McNEAL

Party Fetes
Yvetta McNeal
La'Trina Yvetta McNeal
celebrated her fourth birthday
on April 21. She was congratu-
lated by her schoolmates,
friends and relatives. Her
party was held at her great
grandmother's home, Mrs.
Carrie R. Bailey.
La'Trina's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Felton R. Lewis. Her
maternal grandparent is Mrs.
Lula L. McNeal. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Felton J. Lewis, all of
Port St. Joe. Her paternal
great grandmother is Mrs.
Bessie Stayle.


of Gulf Coast Electric Coop


Some 700 people attended
the Annual Meeting of Gulf
Coast Electric Coop held on
April 17th. One highlight of the
day was the hand-clapping,
foot-stomping music of the
Ocean Opry Show. Wayne


'Rader and his outstanding
group of entertainers did their
usual excellent job of getting
things started on the right
note.
The primary business of the
meeting was the election of


three trustees to represent
Bay County on the Board of
Directors. Re-elected without
opposition were the three
incumbents: Bill Tiller,-
Southport; Ronald McGill,
Fountain; and Coy Brahier,


Band Boosters Banquet Tonight


Port St. Joe High School
Band Boosters will have their
annual Awards Banquet
Thursday night, May 6th, 7:30
p.m. in the Commons area of
the high school.
This will be a. covered dish
dinner with the Band Boosters
furnishing the ham and chick-


en, bread and iced tea. Please
bring enough of your favorite
dishes for your family or
guests.
Sorry, but invitations are
limited to band members and
their guests, special invited
guests, and Band Booster
members.


Memberships for next year
(1982-83) Band Booster Asso-
ciation will be available for.
$5.00 per family at the Ban-
quet. Sign up now as the
Association will continue to
meet the first Monday night
each month during the sum-
mer vacation.


Allenton.
The many prizes were ano-
ther drawing card. Every
member received six plants as
a registration prize. Mr. J. D.
Hewett of Panama City won
the special conservation gar-
den prize, everything needed
for a spring vegetable garden.
About fifty lucky winners
were given their choice from
the small appliances that were
displayed. The big winner was
Mrs. Cora Keith who won the
grand prize, a micro-wave
oven.
There were some interest-
ing demonstrations, free
cokes, plenty of food, and good
fellowship. Everyone had a
good time at Coop Day.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1982


Home Health Care Offered As Hospital Alternative


There is.an alternative to
"hospitalization for people who
require monitoring but who do
not require constant,' 24-hour
-: health care. The answer is
. Home Health Care.
Although Home Health Care
. has existed for decades in the
: country and for two years now


in Gulf County, many people
are still not aware of the
services provided by a Home
Health Care agency.
Mrs. Pam Perry, R.N.,
Patient Services Director for
Gulf County Home Health,
explains there are three basic
requirements that must be


met in order ta qualify for
Home Health tare services.
You must be homebound; you
must be under a doctors'
orders, and you must need a
skilled health care service.
CARE PROVIDED
Home Health Care provides
skilled nursing care and other


Kids, Come Out and Walk,


Ride or Jog for St. Judes


Take Care


With Pool

Chemicals
Following last week's story
".of the swimming pool catching
fire, Bob Simon, superinten-
,'dent of the City Wastewater
treatment Plant, called The
'Star and gave some useful
. ;advice to swimming -pool
":owners.
""'Those swimming, pool
chemicals can be dangerous",'
'Simon said, "Esppecally the
chlorine powder."
Simon said the unusual
story concerning the burning
pool can easily happen again.
%"Swimming pool chlorine will
*spontaneously burst into
,flame when it comes into
/contact with any oily sub-
stance or hydrocarbon". Si-
men said the wrong chlorine
su*ixture in the pool can even
cause serious burns on people
-,if it comes into contact with
'people who have suntan oil,
,:hair oil or other oily sub-,
stances on their body when
'they enter a pool.
SSimon said the lid to the
j chlorine storage container
should always be closed tight
:also. "If the lid is left partially
loose, the powder can form a
crust on top, which will
: .explode in a person's face
,when they disturb the crust.
: Simon advised that anybody
using the swimming pool
.: chemicals exercise extreme
rc'are to prevent any serious
Accidents from happening.
Simon said the chemicals
were perfectly safe if used and
:cared for properly. "If they
are mis-used, you are asking
:'or trouble", he said.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Charles Brock
? HAPPY .
MOTHER'S DAY
-Naomi Brock.
I "From California"
Daughter & Son-in-law .
'John &SallyQuindimil
Grandson
Garret Quindimil
Grandchildren
Stacy & Valarie Strait
Chris & Sharohn Todaro
Jim & Diana Pasut
Great granddaughters
Tina & Jana Strait
Megan Todaro
Great grandson
Derek Pasut
"WE LOVE YOU"


Want to help a child live.?
Then come on out Saturday,
May 8th, to the corner of 10th
St. and Palm Blvd. for the
Annual St. Jude Benefit Ride.
This year, our event will
include walk-a-thon and jog-a-
thon, and, as an added attrac-
tion, a trike-a-thon for the
little ones, all beginning at
10:30 a.m., EST.,
Each year, hundreds of
children are given a chance to
live when they receive treat-
ments at St. Jude 'Children's
Cancer Research Hospital,
located in Memphis, Tenne-
see. Children with catastro-
phic diseases like Leukemia;
Hodgeskini's Disease: or Lymi-
photic Cancer, can receive

Beaches :

Garden


Club Met
The Sea Oats and Dunes
Garden Club met April 13, at',
the Mexico Beach'Chamber of
Commerce Building.
Election of officers for the
corruing year was held. Presi-
dent for the new year is Alice
Kunel; First Vice President is
\Jean. Jackson; Second Vice
President is Rella Wexler;.
Secretary is Mary Hendricks;
.and Treasurer is Vesta Co-
ley. "
Plans were made for the
tables the club will have at the
Ling Ding Festival on May 15,
to be held on Mexico Beach.
The Club will have white
elephant, plants;: books and
baked goods.
Guests at this meeting'were "
Carolyn Dozier and Fran
Wilson. Hostesses were: Win-
nie Newman, Mary Hend-
ricks, Clair Hutchins and Ann
Hood.
The next regular meeting
will be May 11, at 9 a.m.
Central time in the Mexico
Beach Chamber of Commerce
building.

162 Get Their

Pressure Check'
Last Monday, 162 people
participated in the Blood
Pressure Check, sponsored by
the St. Joseph Bay Chapter of
the A.A.R.P. On the average,
the readings were good. How-
ever, there were several, in-
stances when the blood pres-
sure was out of the safety
range, and these people were
referred to their doctors for
attention. '
,Mrs. Verna Totman, Gulf"
County Public Health Service,
urges everyone to take advan-
tage of the free blood pressure.
check at.their office through-
out the month of May.


treatment at no charge to.
their families, once they have
been referred by their own
physician and if their disease
is currently under study at the
Research Hospital. Not only
from the United States, but
from as far away as 28 other
countries, St. Jude Children's
Hospital becomes the ray of
hope for those who have been
chosen to go there. Help find a
'cure' for cancer, the second
largest killer of children next
to accidental death.
Come out and have fun while
you earn for the children.
Prizes tip to $25 cash value will
be awarded, refreshments will
be served, and a drawing for a
$50 Savings Bond will be held
to be given to one lucky
participant.
Pick up registration forms
at any of the three convenient
.drug stores in town.
.Hope to see you there.

Pamela

Norris

Winner I
The United States Achieve-
ment Academy announced
that Pamela Norris has been
named a 1982 United States
National Award winner in
Band. This award is a presti-
gious honor very few students
can ever hope to attain. In
fact, the Academy recognizes
less than five percent of all
American high school stu-
dents.
Pamela Norris, who attends
Port St.. Joe, Jr.-Sr. High
'Sclool'wais nominated for this
National award by Band Di-
rector, Dan Crews. She will
appear in the United States
Achievement Academy Offi-
cial Yearbook, published na-
tionally. .
The Academy selects USAA
winners upon the exclusive
recommendation of teachers,
coaches, counselors or other
school sponsors and upon the
Standards for Selection set'
forth by the Academy. The
criteria for selection are a
student's academic perform-
ance, interest and aptitude,
leadership qualities, responsi-
bility, enthusiasm, motivation
to learn and improve, citizen-
ship, attitude and cooperative
spirit, dependability, and re-
commendation from a teacher
or director.
Pamela is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Norris.
The grandparents are Mrs.
Alan Lee Hoover of Wewa-
hitchka, and Mr. D. J. Norris
of Port St. Joe.

APC Meets

Today at


The Apalachee Regional
Planning Council's. Technical
Review Committee will meet
at 10:00 A.M. ET. (1i00 AM
CT), May 6, at the Wakulla
Springs Hotel in Wakulla
County; The purpose of this
.meeting is to make a recom-
mendation regarding the.U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers
proposal to remove rock
ledges from the Apalachicola
River.
Representatives from Cal-
houn, Franklin, Gadsden,
Gulf, Jackson, Leon, Liberty
and Wakulla Counties will be
present as voting members on
the Technical Review Com-
mittee. In addition, repre-
sentatives of DER, DNR,
FG&FWFC, DOT, DVCA and
other state agencies will also
be present as voting members
on the Committee.
Presentations and recom-
mendations on the proposal to
.remove the rock ledges from
the Apalachicola River will be
made by the staff of the
Apalachee Regional Planning
Council, U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers and the Florida
Department of Environmental
Regulation.

"It is well for the heart to be
naive and for the mind not
to be." Anatole France


medical services, including
specialized skills such as
Occupational, Physical and
Speech therapy, directly to
your home, according to Mrs.
Perry. The agency assesses
your need for Home Health
Care services regardless of
your ability to pay. It is a
non-profit Home Health
Agency serving the Gulf
County area, with three other
offices in Panama City and in
Blountstown. Mrs. Perry em-
phasizes that all patients are
referred to Home Health Care
services by their doctor, and
the Home Health staff con-
tinues to work with the doctor
while the patient. receives
Home Health Care.
The rewards .of Home
Health Care are many. PA-
tients can enjoy the help of
their family and friends in the
comfort of their own home.
They can eat when they want


ST.


and sleep in their own bed, and
they can learn to take more
responsibility for their own
care.
Who is a candidate for Home
Health Care? Mrs. Perry cites
stroke patients, many post-
operative patients, long-term
cancer patients and arthritic
patients as examples. Trained
physical therapists work with
accident victims, stroke pa-
tients, hip replacement and
knee surgery patients, and
other physical disabilities.
Skilled occupational thera-
pists help the patients to
adjust to the loss of the use of a
limb and to teach them how to
resume activities ,of daily
living.
"Our staff lends-. emotional
support to patients and their
families, and that support is
often as important as profes-
sional health care services,"
Mrs. Perry explains. Home


Health Care brings health
care to the patient, a service
that is more in demand than
ever before. The agencies
handle close to 1,900 home
visits monthly in Blountstown,
Panama City and Port St. Joe.
HOW TO QUALIFY
Many question how they can
qualify for Home Health Care
services. Any insurance policy
with a major medical provi-
sion such as private duty
nursing or outpatient physical
therapy pays up to 80 percent
of Home Health Care charges.
Most of the agency's patients
are covered by Medicare
insurance, with some indigent
patients covered only partial-
ly by Medicaid.
The agency's, nursing staff
supplies the same professional
nursing care offered in hos-
pitals. They, too, have trained
Home Health aides, or Nurses'


aides, who work with them to
assist patients with personal
care and hygience proce-
dures. All members of the
Home Health Care staff work
closely with the patients and
their family as. teachers in
Home Health instruction and
training. Training. includes
showing family members how
to irrigate a catheter, how to


apply dressings and check
vital signs,-and how to give
injections.
Home Health Care is a
pleasant alternative- and, in
many cases, a natural follow-
up-- to long hospital stays and
nursing homes. Anyone wish-
ing more information on
Home Health Care may call
the agency at 229-8238.


JOE RDWAR201 Williams Ave.
HARDWARE, Phone 229-8028


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 . . ....... .. 1.1:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... ..... ... ;.. .. 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1982


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VFW Ladies Auxiliary Meets

S The V.F.W. Ladies Auxili- buried in Gulf County. ed front
ary met April 22 at a regular Any person who knows of a person
m meeting at the St. Joe Motel, service man who is buried in office]
'th Maxine Robinson presid- Gulf County and the grave is 228-17
ing. not marked so as to identify it 229-681
S : Delegates were elected to as the grave of a service man, 227-14'
represent auxiliary post 10069 the V.F.W. would appreciate it ..... The
: iad they were, Mary Lou if you would contact any of the 'ladies
Vlites and Mildred Kitchen, following V.F.W. officers and the F]
with alternates to be Minnie give them the location so May 1
Likely and Erma Kennedy. proper recognization can be W
The ladies auxiliary voted to given..
assist the men of post 10069 in Also any person knowing of
the sale of Buddy Poppies on an unmarked grave of a
May 22. service man can call these
It was also agreed to assist officers and an investigation John
in placing of the American will be made to determine why the k
flags on the graves of all a stone has not been placed on presi
known service men who are the grave. One will be obtain- ing o


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track meet held in Winter Park Tuesday o
Track M eet this week. Shown with Hamby and Altstaette
is coach Dwaine Fisher. Hamby competed i
i Hamby, left, and Kip Altstaetter, the pole vault and Altstaetter in the 120 hig
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Quincy Adams was
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dent without the back-
f a political party.


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and raised at Stone Creek,
took the feature allowance
race at Tampa Bay Downs



City

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Johnson was given permission
to place the trailers on the
property for six months with
the understanding that if the
Commission receives any ad-
verse complaints from citi-
zens, he would have to move
the trailers and make other
arrangements for security.
The City ordinarily allows
trailers at construction sites'
for offices, tool sheds, etc., but
have never allowed one in a
residential area for people to
stay in not even security
guards.
CHANGE MADE ,
After several years of talk-
ing about the subject, the City
Commission finally agreed
Tuesday night to relax the
city's building code and allow
schedule 40 PVC pipe to be
used as soil pipe under a
home.
The ordinance alteration
merely changed the city code
to agree with the Southern
Standard Building Code,
which specifies what kind,
how and when the PVC pipe
can be used.
In the past, the City has
'insisted on builders using cast
iron pipe under a structure.
Contractors have been try-
ing to persuade the Commis-
sion for the past several years
to relent on this matter to no
avail.
OTHER BUSINESS
In, other business matters,
the Commission:
-Took under consideration
an offer by Modern Water to
install a sprinkler system at
the new City perpetual care
cemetery.
-Paid Modern Water $7,-
780.00 for drilling a 550 foot
water well at the new ceme-'
tery and Rowe Drilling Com-
pany for drilling two new
water wells in the vicinity of
the Water Treatment Plant.
Rowe was paid $50,600.00.
-Allowed a building var-
iance for the First Born
Church, closed a portion of an
alley in the middle of St. Joe
Machine Company property
and closed a portion of 10th
Street, which had never been
opened, in the middle of the
new nursing home property.
-Instructed Police Chief
Roy Robinson to take care of
complaints received concern-
ing speeding and loud muff-
lers on Long Avenue.
-Agreed to contract with
Liberty National Life Insur-
ance Company for hospital
insurance for the coming
year.


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Race Track recently. His
half-brother, WEWA's IN-
TENT, raised on the same
.farm, has won several races
recently while running in
Kentucky, Ohio and Illinois.
Their mother, MISS WEWA, is
one of the prized broodmares
at the Stone Creek Farm, and
is currently in Ocala to be
bred to the great stud, NEAT-
ER, from that illustrious
family of IN REALITY, win-
ner of over seven hundred
thousand dollars.
Gulf and Calhoun Counties
have a great future in the
raising of thoroughbred
horses. It will be remembered
that Ocala started with only
one farm operated by Mr. Carl
Rose not too many years ago,
and today that area is one of
the leading nurseries of thor-
oughbreds in the nation with
over 167 farms of all sizes,
with an annual payroll of
approximately twelve million
,~dollars.
Stone Creek Farm has built
a reputation for 'fine bred
horses with promise of more
to follow.

Gulf County

School Lunch

Menu
Monday, May 10
Cheeseburger with bun,
mayonnaise and catsup, corn,
lettuce, pickle, fruit mix, and
milk.
Tuesday, May 11
Chicken, rice with gravy,
green beans, applesauce, and
milk.
Wednesday, May 12
Battered dipped fish, cab-
bage slaw, baked beans, hush
puppy, and milk.
Thursday, May 13
Corn dog, French fries,
buttered early peas, brownie,
and milk.
Friday, May 14
Spaghetti with meat sauce,
tossed salad, orange half,
buttered roll, and milk.
Menus are subject to change
due to the availability of foods.

Ling Day


May 15


At Beach
Ling Fiesta Day, sponsored
by the Mexico Beach Chamber
of Commerce, will begin' on
May 15,at 10:00 a.m., CT, with
a parade. Other events will
include log rolling, scavenger
hunt, fish fry, dunking ma-
chine, and a volleyball tourna-
ment.
An arts. and crafts exhibit
will also be set up. If you wish
to participate, contact Patti
Brown at 648-5854 for further
information.
Everyone is invited to at-
tend these events, and to help
make the day a huge success.


HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD

"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAYSCHOOL ...... 10:00A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M.
Pastor Ira J. Nichols


Volleyball

The Mexico Beach Chamber
of Commerce is sponsoring a
double-elimination Volleyball
Tournament on Ling Fiesta
Day, May 15. Entry fee is
$40.00 per team, with trophies
given for first and second
place teams. Individual tro-
phies will be awarded to first
place team members. Call
Terry Parrish at 648-5442 or
Patty Brown at 648-5854..

Ling Fishing
The Ling Fishing Tourna-
ment at Mexico Beach is now
in progress. Register at any
Mexico Beach marina if you
wish to participate in this
event. Cash prizes and tro-
phies will be awarded on May
15.

Softball
The Big Rock softball team
in Port St. Joe will host a
16-team double elimination
softball tournament for Class
B and C church league teams.
The tournament will be May
28 and 29 at the softball
complex in Port St. Joe.
Entry fee for tournament
will be $60.00 and two blue dot
softballs. Trophies will be
awarded to the first four
places. For more information
call Big Rock at 227-1771 or
Jenny at 229-6917.


Food Stamps
The Food Stamp Program
provides coupons to increase
the amount of food needy
people can buy and help to
ensure good nutrition. Food
stamp offices are located in,
every county in Florida.
The local food stamp office
is located at 224A Reid Ave.
For further information, con-
tact Pam Freeman, food
stamp worker, at 229-6854.

VFW Aux.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Mexico Beach Volunteer Fire
Department will hold its
monthly meeting on Thurs-
day, May 6 at 7 p.m., C.T. The
meeting will be held in the new
Fire Hall on 14th Street.
All members are urged to
attend, and guests are' wel-
come.


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P195/75R14 70 218
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219 Monument Ave.


Certification In Pistol

Being Offered for Ladies
All ladies who are going to activities.
participate in the Certification
Course, are reminded to be at
the Gulf Rifle Club Range on
Highway 71, North of Port St. For Sale
Joe, on May 8 at 9:00 a.m.
They are asked to bring a Mrs. E. J. Rich's 1978 LTD Lan
pistol and 50 rounds of ammo. dau Ford, 46,000 miles, elec
All members and the gener- door locks, windows, seats
al public are invited to attend power steering and brakes, air
the Club meeting' on May 6, am & fm 8-track stereo. See a
7:00 p.m., at the Centennial 1610 Monument or cal
Building. Input from mem- 229-6811.
bers is needed on the July 4th


E. J. RICH 1610 Monument Ave.
Give Every Mother a Living Flower on Her Day


8 Inch Pot
HANGING FERNS ...
Double Bloom
GERANIUMS ......
10 Inch Pot

WANDERING JEW ...


4 Inch Pot Full of Blooms
BEGONIAS .


6 Inch Pot Fullof Blooms
BEGONIAS ... .


Beautiful Roses from the Rose
Capital of the World -Thomasville, Ga.
ROSE BUSHES .. $


$650


$200


79C


Several Hundred All Sizes of
Flower Pots for Sale
48 Pots In A Tray
PUSH UP POTS .......


All Flowers Are Also Available
at Da vid Rich's IGA

All Flowers Must Go


10 Qt. Bag of E.J. Rich's Best
POTTING SOIL ,
Bell, Hot and Sweet Banana
PEPPER PLANTS


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$350


$225

$500





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P20/75R14 55 2.31
P215/75R14 2.47
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Prices Effective May 5-11, 1982
limits rights reserved* none sold to dealers


For Your Shopping Convenience
Piggly Wiggly Is
OPEN ON SUNDAY
9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
STORE HOURS: M-Th, 8:00 7:00
Fri. & Sat, 8:00 8:00
Sunday, 9:00 6:00.
Home Owned & Operated by Brad Johnson
Quantity Rights Reserved
W.I.C. Program Accepted
We Welcome USDA Food Stamps


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Fresh Fryer

LEG QUARTERS,


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BAKING HENS


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Market Pak (Family Pak) Sliced 3
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10 Lb. Bucket
PORK CHITLINGS
Good Value All Meat or
BEEF FRANKS .


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U.S.D.A. Choice SIRLOIN TIP or9
BnIs. RUMP ROAST 2b.2
Fresh Sliced .0
BEEF LIVER .... b.088


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GROUND BEEF


Fresh Fryer Family Pak
DRUMSTICKS C
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Boston Butt
PORK ROAST ...


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Delicious 4$ 68'
CHUCK STEAK .. Lb. "


Carl Buddig All Varities 2.5 oz.
CHIPPED MEATS
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WHOLE HAMS .


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, "la. THURS)AY, MAY 6. 1982


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.
Duplex apartments, Mexico
, Beach, 1 block from beaches.
$29,500, 11% assumable mort-
gage of $16,200. Call 229-8630.
4tp4-29

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 21V"

648-50111



St. Joseph Bay Realty
900 Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach
S. Id.pe t-dp4 t ,ed ad op..ted.
." ...... .. '...... .


Apartment for rent: adults.
no pets. Liv. rm., bdrm., kit.,
bath & breakfast nook.
227-1352. 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. : c
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.


A 3

Will buy lamps, dishes, pic-
tures, old crochet pieces. Call
229-6254. tfc 4-8


Dinette set, $50, full size in-
nerspring mattress, $35;
hanging lamp, medicine
cabinets. Call 648-5950 or
648-5386. ltp 5-6

Ten months old female Pitt
English bulldog, all shots,
brindle and white. Call
229-6628.

G.E. air cond., central, 3
ton, air td air heat pump,
under warranty, complete
with thetimostat. Call 229-6388.
ltp5-6

Three handguns: 32-20; 38
special and 22 mag. Call 648-
5413. ltp 5-6

Set of four L6015 tires with
10" rims, $200 firm. One girl's
Brownie uniform, size 8, $10; 1
Cub Scout uniform, $7.50. All
can be seen at 708 Long Ave.
Also would like to buy a size 8
green Girl Scout uniform.


AKC Reg. mini-toy pood
5 weeks old. Light apr
female1 ,.chocolate bro
female, blue silver female
silver male. $100 female,
male. Call 639-2807.

LAWN FURNITURE
Swings, settes, lawn cha
picnic tables, flower bo:
,trellises. lattices, or we
build what you want ye
round. Weekdays call 639-2
Sor, 639-5860, Saturday's
McGlon's Amoco. 4tp'

1977 12x65' mobile ho'
- like new, on rented lot. C
648-8972 before 12:00 or a
5:00. tfc4
A 3-t0n Fedders central
cond. $300. Call 648-5452.
1977 Malibu Classic, po
steering, brakes, air co
am-fm, excel. mechan
condition, new battery, g
tirese, $2900. 648-8439.


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and
$125



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xes,
will
ear-
2860
at
4-22

me,
11-11


Retired music teacher has
Ig. assortment of teaching
books and pieces. Popular
and classical sheet music
and books. Electric organ
in excel. cond. Will accept
first bid over $700. 648-8308.


22 semi-automatic rifle;
Dormeyer elec. mixer; two
chaise lounges with pads;
black vinyl upholstered
bar; 4-pc. dinette set;
records, some collector's
items; double box springs
mattress and frame. All
above in excel. cond. Call
648-8308.


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.

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.


after The Ladies' Auxiliary
4-15 V.F.W. meets the si
air Tuesday and the fourthT
day.of each month at 7:3!
wer- in the Fla. Power Loung
nd.,
ical
good Slightly over 46 percent
'the land in Americ
-1. given over to agriculture


BANK ON OUR


KNOWLEDGE TO FINANCE



YOUR NEW HOME.

We can help you find rates well below what you may have heard about.
Ways to help reduce monthly payments. We evn know ways to reduce your CIIIU
Down payment. Alternative financing is how. Call our CENTURY 21 office today. t[ \1


PORT ST. JOE
Beautiful brick home in nice
neighborhood, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.; great
rm. w/huge f.p., dining area w bay
window, kit. 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 2'/2 yrs. old. Fenced in back
yard, utility shed. 1 car garage. Must
sae to appreciate. 104 21st St.
$67,500.00.
Call and see what we can do about
moving you into a 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 1 car
garage home. 107 Yaupon. $50,000.
Good assumable mortgage..
1912 Juniper. Brick, 3 bdrm., 1'/a ba..
quiet area close to schools, good-
sized home. Only $39,900.2 screened
porches & 2-car carport.
Lg. house, 3 bdrm., 11' ba., liv. rm..
din. rm., & kitchen combo, carport.
newly painted thruout. 1501 Monu-
ment. No.106.

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 3V/2
agres on Hwy. 30, will finance. No.
491.
Convenience store St. Joe Beach
1,536 sq. ft. on 1',/ lots concrete
saab 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.
Jones Homestead
4 bdrm., newly remodeled Ig. kitchen,
1 'W acres, completely chain link fenc-
ed. $48,500.

CAPE PROPERTY
We now have several pieces of pro-
perty In the Cape area. Some gulf
front.


ST. JOE BEACH
3 bdrm., 1 ba. home, with den. Real
close to beach. 1 V lots. $48,000. Col-
umbus St.
Pineda St. 12% financing on this 2
bdrm., 1 ba. home is just what you're
looking for. Has 1 V1 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
2 bdrm., 1 ba. block house on DeSoto
St., on 2 lots, backyard fenced, partly
furnished, kitchen equip.
Ex. large home, 3 bdrm., 1V ba., dbl.
carport, lots of moving about space
on 2'/2 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 ba.. on nice lot (75x150').
Oak Street. $8.500 down. assume ex-
isting mortgage.
Partially finished house $19.000. 1
blk. from beach, 3 bdrm.. 1 ba. Adja-
cent lot also available. No. 204.
1 bdrm. 1 ba. trailer. 75x150' lot.
$12,500. Pineda St. No. 205. I
Terrific bu. .3 ots with a Ig bdrm.. 2
ba. hom. ha 21 'g. sreend lorches.
i only $4,00. Seia .Owner
finance. "

OVERSTREET
2 acres on hwy. $10,000. 20% down.
121, interest 4 years.
Approx. 4'/2 acres on canal w 2 bdrm.,
1 ba. house. $42,000. N. Canal Drive.
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.

WEWAHITCHKA
2 bdrm., 1 ba. frame house financing
available. $11,300.00. No. 601.


MEXICO BEACH
Beach front lot, 41st St. $70,000.
Handy man special, reduced for fast 1
sale. 2 trailers on a corner lot, only
$15,000.
Strategic business spot. 215 ft. fron-
tage Highway 98, bordered by boat
canal. Offers excellent potential.
Terms to suit.
Close to beach, 3 bdrm., 2 bae. w fan-
tastic Gulf view. Newly painted. Ex-
cellent rental or beach home.
$68,000..
Nice & neat. 3 bdrm., 2 0a. stucco
house on nice lot in great location.
27th St.
Investment Opportunity: Triplex, 2
units are 2 bdrm., 1 ba.; ore unit is 3
bdrm., 1 ba. Located near beach.
Super owner financing.
Cute one bdrm., 1 ba. house near the
beach. $37,500.
2 bdrm. duplex, sundeck & good view
of the beach. $49,000 owner financ-
ing, 20% down. No. 302.
4 bdrm.. 2 be. can. hia. 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., 1/2 ba. Only $21.500 with
owner financing.
REDUCED!I Close to beach. 2 bdrm.,
1,/2 ba. trailer on corner lot. 50'x150'.
Come see what we can do. 3rd St. &
Fortner Ave.
REDUCED! 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.
WARD RIDGE
3 bdrm.. ,1/z ba. home w/swimming
pool & 6' privacy fence. Call for more
info. $43.500.


MONTHLY
RENTALS
Long Avenue, Port St. Joe. Duplex, 2
bdrm., 1 ba. each. $200.a month, par-
tially furnished.

HOWARD CREEK.
Huge 2-story, 7 bdrm. Touse on %
acre of land. Great for 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.

OAK GROVE
REDUCED: 401 Madison, 2 bdrm., 1
.ba., partially furnished, chain link
fence. Only $8,000.

BEACON HILL
2 units for great rental opportunity
only $39,500 on bluff overlooking the
water. Call to see today.
Nicely furnished 3 bdrm. house at 3rd
St. & Third Ave. $32,500.
Only $30.000 for this fantastic double
wide trailer on 2 lots. Best of all only
$10,000 down. 6th St.
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.'
GULFAIRE
Some beautiful lots still available at,
111V o interest. 25% down.
REDUCED: Spanishmes,,t7 !Story. 4
bdrm ?2; ba.. i.. den iiV. rm.
.'; replacece. rtbls garsqe


ASSOCIA TES-
AFTER HOURS
PAULETTA CAMPBELL ... 648.8977
RHONDA HEATH ........ 227-1782
ALISA DUREN .......... 648.5635
BOB & JEAN FALISKI .... 229-6553
ARCHIE BARBEE ......... 648.5392
BRENDA RUSHING WOOD 227-1589
JIM CLEMENT .......... 648-5482


,CIe jly St. Joseph Bay Realty 648-5011 Sales
S 900 Hwy. 98
P. O. Box 13332 Mexico Beach, FL 648-8220 Rentals

AMERICA'S NUMBER 1 TOP SELLER, CENTURY 211M
EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTlY OWNED AND OPERATED.
1 1982 Century 21 Real Estate Corpuriton ,s trustee for the NAF it and rM trademarksofCentury 21 Real Estate Corporation Printed i U S A Equal Housing Opportulnity .y


GARAGE SALE: 621 Wood-
ward Ave., Friday only, lots of
baby clothes and misc. goods.

PATIO SALE: Friday and
Saturday, good bargains and
some give-aways. Starting at
8:00 at 216 7th St.

YARD SALE: Friday, May
7, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 401 16th St.
(corner of Long Ave. & J6th
St.), baby bed & swing, 2 twin
size. mattresses, coffee table,
nice clothes & shoes, misc.

YARD SALE: 404 Madison
St., Thursday, 11:00 5:30;
Friday, 9:00 4:00. Miscel-
laneous items.

RUMMAGE SALE: May 8,
10 to 4, 2101 Juniper Ave., Port
St. Joe. Infant and .adult
clothes, end table and misc.
items.

YARD SALE: Saturday,
May 8, 9:00 4:00, 319 6th St.,
Highland View. Truck top-
pers, mag wheels, truck tool
box, 8 mm projector and
screen, misc. items.

HUGE YARD SALE at 509
10th St. 10 families. May 6,
Thursday, 8 till 4. Furniture,
clothes for baby, mom and
dad, brother, sister, odds and
ends. Baby bed and other baby
needs. Everyone welcome.



-HL W NE


of the The Town of Mexico Beach
second is accepting applications for
rhurs- an employee qualified to
0 p.m. operate backhoe, dump truck
ge. and road grader. Have good
knowledge of mechanics.
lt5-6
nt of CLERK-TYPIST
a is The Gulf County Guidance
.--..e. pClinic, Inc. is currently ac-

part-time Clerk Typist.
SMinimum requirements are:
High school diploma or equiv-
Salency, typing skills of at least
forty (40) correct w.p.m., and
ability to relate well with
clients and staff. Salary is
$3.35 per hour. Position is
available immediately. Apply
in writing to: Edwin R. Ailes,
Executive Director,, Gulf
County Guidance Clinic, Inc.,
311 Williams Ave., Port St.
Joe/Florida 32456.


Job Information: Dallas,
Houston, Overseas, Alaska.
Excellent income potential.
(312) 741-9780 ext. 4256. Phone
call refundable.
4t 4-15


C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe Dozer Root
Rake Front-end Loader
Road Building Lot Clear-
ing Septic Tanks
Drain Fields 0 Hauling
Rt. 3, Box AlC,
Port St. Joe, Florida
Phone 229-6018
26tc3-18

YARD SERVICE
.Mowing, Raking, etc.
Call Bruce Griffin
at 229-8952
tfc 3-18
Country Charm Ceramics.
Classes each Tuesday. Cer-
tified teacher. Complete line
of supplies. Your One-Stop
Shop. Open 9-t. Closed Wed. &
Sat. Overstreet, Fl.
tfc 4-1

Walls washed and cleaned
by husband and wife, also in-
terior and exterior painting,
windows cleaned, reliable
workers. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.

ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day

CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
SERVICE
Tanks Cleaned and'
Portelet Service
229-8007


PAINTING, REI
PAPER HANG
20 yrs. experie
Free Estimal
Cheapest Rates ii
Call 229-892


SHALLOW WE
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Ten


PAIRS
'ING
rnce
tes
n Town

4tp 4-29

ILS

ry
tfc 4-29





tro


Knife collector wishes to
buy old pocket knives. Send
description and sketch of what
you have to: F.S.T., 107 Bailey
No. 10, Gadsden, AL 35901.
2tp 4-29


New Listing: 3 bdrm., 1 ba. brick
home, cen. air &. heat w built-in ex-
tras. Buy owner's equity & assume
9/V2% 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


,w "" a" It's Time to Pro-
S tect Your Face
../ from the Sum-
S." mer Sun!
Come by and See Our New
Skin Care Special Travel Kit
Merle Norman Cosmetics
229-6600 315 Williams Ave.
ltc4-29

RODNEY HALL'S ROOFING
Licensed and Bonded
Port St. Joe 229-6859
2tp 5-6

CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings Portraits
Phone 229-8922
t*42-10


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6-4
Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.,
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church,
Phone 229-8720


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



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

7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES

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


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle


Hurlbut Supply
306 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.
tfc -21
Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
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
Phone 229-8899
tfc 11-12


Custom Interior Design







"Ceiling Specialist"

sheetrock texture-stipple


&5upp[yCo.

Giddcen Point-





ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS






---Commercial Building
) -Residential Building
--Cabinet Work



GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689
P.O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfc 7-2


NEWLYWEDS, SINGLES,: RETIREES Looking for
that quaint, affordable house. It can be seen at
1306 Long Ave. Phone 227-1278 or 227-1768 for
an appointment to view this home.


CASA DEL MAR
90% finished. Available for sale, lease
or rent. 'Call 229-8475. 229-8258 or
648-8274.


PAT'S MATS& FRAMES


Mexico Beach, Fla.


406 7th Street


Custom Matting & Framing of:
* PAINTINGS PRINTS
* PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDLEWORK
WE NOW HAVE READY-IMADES
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.
Bowen, owner 648-8914


Pat


"Ithnk it wois omethin I ote.




kills bugs for,
up to six months,
and soves you obout $100 yearly
in costly pest coi trol services.
Use of Sprayer free with
-purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St Joe, Florida


The Sewing Room
,S 410 A Reid Avenue 0
Port St. Joe, Florida

"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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SERVICES


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St. Joe High Announces Fifth Honor Roll

Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High Eighth grade: Dawn Grace wards. Kelly, Sharon Miller, Melissa Eleventh grad
School announces its Honor and Marty Perry. Twelfth grade: Diana Plair, Curtis Ray, Angela Allen, Lisa Mar
Roll for the fifth six weeks Ninth grade: Angela Bar- Dykes, Iris Garland, Lori Saas, Jill Strait, and Edward Mims, Marty Ne
grading period, bee, Steve Kerigan and Dillon McClain, and Tim Stutzman. Whaley. ris, Towan Pe
A ,A' Vizcarra. ALL A's and B's Ninth grade: Karen Bolden, Powell, Joel Roge


Seventh grade: Keith Ben-
nett and Nancy Stoutamire.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 81.237
IN RE: The Marriage of
JAMES E. HURD, SR.,
Husband-Petitioner.
and
GLORIA HURD,
Wife-Respondent.
.NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GLORIA HURD
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and that petition
seeks to dissolve your marriage to peti-
tioner. You are commanded to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any, on
William J. Rish, Attorney at Law, 303 .
Fourth Street, P. 0. Box 87, Port St. Joe,
Florida, 32456, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either before ser-
vice on petitioner's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter, on or before May 24,
1982, otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief sought in the
petition.
DATED this 14th day of April, 1982.
JERRY GATES,
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: Is/ Tonya Allen, Deputy Clerk
4tc 4-22

BID NO. WWP165
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids for one (1) Painting of Port St.
Joe Wastewater Treatment Plant De-
watering Building. Specifications may be
obtained from the City Clerk's Office, P.
0. Box A, Port St. Joe, Florida. Bid open-
ing will-be held at the Regular City Com-
mission. Meeting on May 18, 1982.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: Is/ L A. Farris,
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 4-29 & 5-13
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit court, Gulf
County, Florida, four weeks after the first
publication of this notice, the fictitious
name or trade name under which they will
be engaged in business and in which said
business is-to be carried on, to-wit:
BRYANTS LANDING STORE
Rt. 1, Box 133
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465
Owners: Gladys L Boyer
George E. Boyer
4t4-22 ,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH 'JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Civil Action No.: 81-48
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSO-
CIATION, a United States corporation,
Plaintiff.
vs.
DONALD R. BAKER, et al,
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DONALD R. BAKER, BRENDA R.
BAKER AND DEBORAH A. BAKER
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN ". '
'OU ARE NOTIFIED that-an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following
property in Gulf County, Florida,
Lot 9 & East 40 feet Lot 8, Block 1,
Stebel Heights Subdivision; White
City, Florida, as recorded in Plat
Book 1, page 53 of the Public
Records of Gulf County. Florida.
and First Amendment.to Complaint has
been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on PAUL F. BRYAN,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose'address is 600
Courtland Street, Suite 600,. Orlando.
Florida 32804, on or before the 13th day of
May, 1982, and file the Original with the
Clerk of this Court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demand-
ed in the complaint or'petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on March 31. 1982.
JERRY GATES, ,
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Tonya Allen, Deputy Clerk *


Tenth grade: Melissa.Wood.
Eleventh grade: Stu Ed-


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Matter of
AARON SCOTT BROWN, a minor.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Gail Elizabeth Scott Brown
3210 Pleasant Valley Road Apt. 252
Mobile, Alabama 36606
AND
David Victor Brown
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Petition for Custody has beenflled
against you and you are required to serve
a copy of your Answer or other response
to the Petition on Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ.,
P. 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof in the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office, Gulf. County Cour-
thouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or before
the 27th day of May, 1982. If you fall to do.
so, an Order for the relief sought may be
granted by Default.
DATED this the 27th day of April, 1982.
JERRY GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Is/ Tonya Allen, Deputy Clerk
4t 4-29

BEFORE THE FLORIDA PUBLIC
SERVICE COMMISSION
DOCKET NO. 781021.TP
NOTICE OF HEARING TO
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
& TELEGRAPH COMPANY
WEST FLORIDA TELEPHONE CO.
CONTINENTAL TELEPHONE CO.
ST. JOSEPH TELEPHONE CO.
AND
ALL INTERESTED PARTIES
ISSUED: 4-20-82
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Florida Public Service Commission will
hold a public hearing in this docketon the
request for extended area service (EAS)
between all points In Jackson County,
Florida, at the following time and place:
10:00 a.m., Wednesday, May 19, 1982
Circuit Court Room, Second Floor
Jackson County Courthouse,
Marianne, Florida
PURPOSE AND PROCEDURE
The purpose of this hearing Is to
receive testimony and exhibits from the
companies and all interested parties
relative to the petition and issues raised
in Order no. 10277, dated September 8,
1981. Public witnesses will be heard at
the beginning of the hearing, after which
the companies will present their
testimony and exhibits. All witnesses
may be cross-examined at the conclusion
of their testimony.
JURISDICTION
Jurisdiction oversaid utility companies
is vested in the Commission pursuant to
Chapter 364. Florida Statutes, and this
proceeding will be governed by said
chapter in .addition to Chapter 120,
Florida Statutues, and Chapters 25-2 and
25-4, Florida Administrative Code.
By direction of the Florida Public Ser-
vice Commission this 20th day of April,
1982.
is'-Sleve Tibble. ."
COMMISSION CLERIC '
(SEAL)
NHH 2t 5-6
NOTICE
'The Gulf Courty School Board has
declared a wooden frame building at
Wewahitchka Elementary School surplus
and will receive sealed bids for thle of
this building at the Gulf County School
Board Office on May 14,1982, 11:00 A.M.,
E.D.T.
The successful bidder may move the
building intact or dismantle and move.
The successful bid will be allowed thirty
days after bids have been accepted and
paymentomade to the school board for
removal of building.-
Building only. No equipment will be
sold with building. Building may he in-
spected by contacting Ben Causey at
Wewahitchka Elementary School Monday
through Friday of each week from 7:30
. A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
THE BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS.
2t15-6


Seventh grade; LaDonna
Boykins, Twila Burns, Laura
Butts, Teresa Cannon, Pam
Cotter, Debbie Davis, April
Fadio, Lisa Handley, Kather-
ine Haller, Teresa Jones,
Randy McClain, Tammy
McGee, Robert Mims, Alicia
Mongold, Angie Smith, T'na
Stallings, Laura VanPieter-
son, Carl White and Robert D.
Young.
Eighth grade: Naomi
Aman, Dexter Baxter, Susie
Chambers, Teresa Cozart, Lu-
cretia Hamilton, Robert Har-
ris, Michelle Jenkins, Brett


Mitch Bouington, David Brag-
don, Jed Campbell, Timothy
Etheredge, Luana Fernandez,
Hal Haller, Lesa Jones, Hope
Lane, Shelly Lewis, Reed
McFarland, Annette Minger,
Shelly Raffield, Letha Rice,
Paula Ward, and Scott Wat-
kins.
Tenth grade: Mitch Burke,
Staci Angerer, Debbie Beas-
ley, Chris Blauschum, Keith
Jones, Rhonda Kemp, Randy
Haddock, Jeannette Lawder,
John Presnell, Marcia Stouta-
mire, Trish Tapper, and Rob-
ert Taylor.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 6,.1982


de: Latricia
shall, Herbie
el, Pam Nor-
ters, Donna
ers, and Lynn


Stephens.
Twelfth grade: Kip Alstaet-
ter, Vicky Barnhill, Jan Clen-
ney, Teresa Ford, Barbara
Grace, Joey Hewett, Kenny
Hutchinson, Marc Mahlkov,
Cindy Marshall, Chris Martin,
Danny McDermott, Janine
Pierce, Patty Raiford, Mar-
jorie Schoelles, Inga Smith,
Gaynell Stephens, Deanna
Wright, Terry Taylor, Loraine
Thomas, Jenny Totman, Ann
Ward, and Roma Koon.
ALL B's
Ninth grade: Vanessa Wat-
son.


EXTENSION NOTES:



A Few Annuals


Grow Well In Florida

By Roy Lee Carter County Extension Director


Annual flowers are among
the plants we usually think of
only in terms of a'fall or spring
garden, because most of the
popular varieties need a cool
environment to grow their
best. But there are a few
annuals which will grow well
during Florida's hot and rainy
summer. They provide an
inexpensive source of color for
the summer garden. ,
As you're well aware, if
you've ever tried raising
tender annuals in the middle
of Florida's summer heat
waves, the climate here can
be pretty tough on many
flower varieties. However,
some flowers seem to thrive in
the heat, and the trick to
successful summer gardening
is selecting the right plants for
your landscape and flower
garden. My information for
this article was provided by






Telephone Sales: Workin
our office Monday to Fri-
day from 4 to 8 p.m. (cen-
tral time) plus other hours.
as your choose. sThis is
meant to be a full time job.
You must have a car. Sell
memberships in the AAA
Peninsula Motor Club. Call
Mr. Singleton, 769-6111
weekdays, 23rd St. & Beck
Ave. Panama City.


Immediately Open: Talla-
hassee Democrat newspaper
route in Port St. Joe. Good
part-time earning along with
generous transportation
allowance. All you need is
good credit, good'transporta-
tion and ability to meet public.
Call Mike Creek, 599-W202 or
697-2654.


Extension Horticulture spe-
cialist, Dr. Robert Black, of
the University of Florida,
Institute of Food and Agricul-
tural Sciences.
Marigolds come in a wide.
variety of colors and sizes.
They're also among the easi-
est plants to care for, because
they tolerate drought, and
pests very well, and they
thrive in sun or in partial
shade.
You can grow marigolds
from seed or from transplants
available at almost all garden
centers. Seeds sprout in a few
days, new varieties bloom in
two months and continue
blooming for. several months.
Marigolds are excellent for-
use as flower borders and if
you select one of the dwarf
varieties, they also make
attractive edgings to the land-
scape. Marigolds are also
useful as cut flowers for
indoor decoration. New mari-
gold varieties are continually
being found, so check your
seed catalog or garden center
for varieties you would like to
grow,
Another good choice for the
summer garden is the Portu-
laca, or Rosemoss. The small,




Own your own Jean-Sports-
wear or Inifant-Preteen
Store, Jean Program (ALSO
SHOE, ATHLETIC SHOE
STORE). Offering all 'Na-
tionally Known Brands such
as Jordache, Chic, Lee, Levi,
Vanderbilt, Calvin Klein,
Wrangler over 100 other
brands. $7,900 to $19,500 in-
cludes beginning inventory,
airfare for 1 to Fashion
Center, training, fixtures,
Grand Opening Promotions.
Call Mr. Loughlin (612)
835-1304.4


F, 1P -


theOWER

Without it you don't have the power.


ec'
Reg. List Sp 995c

Price 88 WTrade


72 mo. warranty.
505 cold cranking
amps.


ST. JOE AUTO PARTS, Inc.

201 Long Avenue Phone 229-8222

When the name is NAM, the standard is quality.
S44-465


plants form a ground cover or
bright Rose-like -flower and
come in a variety of colors,
including white, yellow,
orange, rose and red. Flowers
are about an inch or so in
diameter, and may grow
singly or double on the stem.
Portulaca is a favorite choice
for hedgings, borders, rock
gardens and window boxes.
Seeds should be planted on a
well-drained site in' full sun.
Seeds sprout in a few days and
flowers bloom in several
months. The flowers open
fully only when they're in
bright sun, and the plants
bloom for a few weeks. So, for
continuous color all summer,
you could plant seeds each
month.
About the. only thing the
rose-moss can't stand is too
much water. But plant them in
a dry area of your landscape,
even an area with poor soil
where few other flower can
grown, and you'll be surprised
at how, well-this small flower
does. .
Another popular summer
- annual is the celosia, which is
commonly called cockscomb.


-XI


The celosia comes in two
forms, which the common
name suggests: Crested and
plumy. Both of these grow
well in the hot summer
months and can be planted by
seed or transplants.
Seeds take about a week to
germinate, and plants will
bloom when they're about two
months old. They range in
color from pink and purple, to
orange, yellow and red. The


large crested varieties have
flower heads measuring six to
ten inches across. Plumed
varieties are spectacular in
form and provide a dramatic
display or garden color, as
well as unusual cut flowers.
Cockscomb will also work well
in dried bouquets.

"Old wine and an old
friend are good provisions."
George Herbert


CARD OF THANKS
Words cannot express how
thankful we are for the many
friends who shared their love
for use during the death of our
loved one, Jimmy Dozier. May
God bless each and every one
of you.
A special thanks to my
pastor, Rev. William E. Smith
of Beach Baptist Chapel, who
made it much easier for me.
Jimmy Barfield Family


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Hwy. 98 at 31st St.

Mexico Beach, Fla. 9041648-5777 ,


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


ST. JOE BEACH. For Discriminating Buyers. Lovely 3
bdrm., 2 ba. brick home with pool. Quality construction
plus all conveniences, screened porch, double garage w
doors & plenty of storage. Two lots on corner with payed
streets. For appt. & complete information, call today.
Financing available. Corner Court St. and Alabama.


MEXICO BEACH. Only one left, new beachside
townhouse. 2 bdrm., 1 V/ ba., carpet, cen. h&ac, sundeck,
ceiling fans, snack bar, outdoor utility rm. & shower. V2I
* block to beach. Quality construction. 32nd St.


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


MEXICO BEACH. Charming cedar, energy-efficient
home. 3 bdrm., 3 ba. w all extras. Modern kit. includes
built-in microwave, Jenn-aire range, d.w., disposal, to
name a few. Cathedral ceiling, ceiling fans, carpet, cen.
h&ac (heat pump), fireplace, panel and wall paper walls.
Glassed porch leading onto cement & fenced pool area.
Lawn & pool area landscaped. Tennessee Ave. between
3rd and 4th Street.


BEACON HILL. Waterfront duplex. Frame construction,
2 bdrm. each side, furnished, screened porch, cen. h&ac,
assumable financing.


Branch Office 229-8493
Britt Pickett, Associate


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. TIITRSDAY, MAY 6, 1982


Public Notice -



NOTICE OF TAX CERTIFICATE SALE

Pursuant to Chapter 197.062, Florida Statutes, Notice Is hereby given that on the
1st day oi June, 1982, at two o'clock P.M., Tax Sale Certificates will be sold on the
following described lands to pay the amount due for the taxes herein set opposite the
' ame, together with all costs of such sale and all advertising. Sale Is to be held at the
Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe, County of Gulf. State of Florida.

EDA RU H TAYLOR TAX COLLECTOR


9 6 8 -WHITFIELD PRESTON
ORH 74/661 FROM ETHEL C JO ANN
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD CREEK
NEI/4 'F SWI/4 OF SECTION 5 TkP 7
S RGE J WEST
LOTS 60 WY 133 Fl
--BAILEY GEORGE MARVIN
WHITFIFLO ACRES
LOT 60 BY 130 ORS
66/573 FROM GOOLSdY EARL 0.
--MC ARDLE LARRY
BLK C WHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION
A LOT 73 BY 100 FT. C A LOT 110
FT. BY 110 FT. IN LOT I FROM
CONRAD ORB 75/166
7-MC AROLE LARRY
BLK C WHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION
ALL OF LOT 4 N. OF COUNTY ROAD
--CANNON EMMITT C ET UX
ULK F WHITFIELO ACRES SUBDIVISION
LOT 3 210 FT. BY 210 FT. LOT 6
21b FT. BY 210 FT.
-CANNON EMMITT ET UX
BLK F WHITFIELO ACRES SUBDIVISION
LOT S 190 BY 210 FT ORB 74/661
WHITFIELD ACRES SECOND ADDITION
TO HOWARD CREEK
-LINDSAY ROBERT
ULK 1 WHITFIELO ACRES SECOND ADDITION
LOT 9 ORB A5/559
--BROGOUN JULIUS 0.
BLK 2 WHITFIELD ACRES SE:ONO ADDITION
LOT 2
--LINOSAY ROBERT
IbLK 2 WHITFIELD ACRES SECOND ADDITION
LOT 3 ORB 85/559
--PARKEk SAMMY
BLK 2 WHITFIELD ACRES SECOND ADDITION
LOT I1
--MAYO OELBERI R. ET UX
BLK 3 WHITFIELO ACRES SECOND ADDITION
LOT 10O
--MAYO OELRERT R. ET UX
SLK 3 WHITFIELD ACRES SECOND ADDITION
LOT 11
--COOPER JAMES C. MRS.
IULK 8 WHITFIFLO ACRES SECOND.ADDITION
SLOT 4
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES A SUBO.
OF SWI/4 OF SWI/4 OF SECTION
15 tOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE 8 WEST
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
--HEWETT JAMES B. ET AL
ULK 3 HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES SUBO.
'1/2 'OF LOT 2
-MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. I
SWI/4 OF SE1/4 OF SECTION 5/7/8
--BAILEY ANDREE F.
BLK I MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. I
LOT 4
MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
SWI/4 OF SE1/4 OF SECTION 5/7/8
--HOLMES JOSEPH DALTON
BLK 2 MAGNOLIA ESTATES -UNIT NO, 2

'KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. 1 '
S. lit S 9 T 4 R 9'
--SIN GETARY J. E. A JOHN PAGE
BLK 2 KENTUCKY LANDING SJBQIVISION
S LOT I
19 4 9' -BROWOER. L.E. ET AL
ORB- 31/685
16 4' 9 -HOSKINS MYRTLE OPAL
75 FTX 125 FT LOT IN ORIG. GOVT.
LOT 4 ORB 55/746
CHtPOLA RIVER CUT OFF SUBDIVISION.
S SECTION 16 E 17T 4 R 9
S --POTTER W. D.
BLK I CHIPOLA RIVER CUT OFF SUBD.
LOT 18 .
SHARLAND 0. PRIDGEON'PLAT
CUT OFF RIVER RECORDED ORB 5/104
SECTION 17 T-4 .R 9 GULF COUNTY
SFLORIDA
17 4 9 -LYNN ELIE E.
A LOT LYING NORTH OF STATE RD.
NO. 22
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. I SECTION 30/4/9
--HOBBS EMORY GAY ET UX
BLK C RED BULL ISLAND SUBOD. UNIT NO. I
LOT 8
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. 2 SECTION 30 T 4 R 9
S--CARbOINNEAUS MICHAEL ET UX
dLK H RE) HBULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 2
--CARBONNEAUS MICHAEL ET UX1
ULK H RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 31 -
--IMMIHEAN SIL',
BLK K REO BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2
LOT I
-SMITH EMMITT ET UX'
bLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 4 .
--SMITH EMMITT ET UX
SBLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 5
-SMIIH EMMITT ET UX
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
S* LOT 6
S--SMITH EMMITT ET UX
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 7 .
--SMITH EMMITT ET UX
ULK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 29
--SMITH EMMITT ET UX
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 310 ,
--SMITH EMMITT ET UX
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
S1m LOT 31 "
--SMITH. EMMITT ET UX
SBLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
.' LOT 32
S1 --SMITH,EMMITT ET UX
BLK P RED BULL ISLAND SURD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 2
--MORRIS EARNEST MN.. UX
BLK R TRIED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 2. 3 E 4 ORB 92/47
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
IN U.S. GOV*.T LOT 2 FRACTL.
SECTION 30 T 4 SOUTH RANGE 9 WEST
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
;. -GROGAN ERNEST M.
S'LK Y RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOT 3
S- COCHRAN LANDING PROPERTY
*' UNRECORDED SUBODIVISION BY PARKER
.31- 4 9 -NEAL ANNIE RUTH
'00 BY 175 ORB 60/65 FROM GILBERT
18 S 9 -CAUSEY EDWARD G.
S ORB0 81/412 FROM EDGAR IN SE COR.*
20 5 9 -THOMAS GEORGE L. C BILLIE F.
RECDO ORB. 72/138 FR. IYSER LYING
IN THE SEI/A OF SWI/4 OF SECT.
20 T 5 R 9
S20 5 9 -COKER ROY F. "
REC'D ORB T3/663 FR. STEWART
; 100 BY 100 FT.
20 5 9 -MAYHANN BILLY JOE ET UX
RECD ORB' 71/b39 FROM FOSTER
A STRIP OF LAND IN THE NEC OF'
I/4 OF SWI/4 OF SECT 20 C'
JOINING UP TO TINDELL.
RIVERSIDE PARK SUBDIVISION
CORRECTIVE REPLAT UNIT W0.' 1
BY, JOE T. LAND IN SECTION 31 T 4
RANGE 9 WEST. GULF COUNTY. FLA.
--MORRIS JOHNNIE
ULK I RIVERSIDE DARK SUHn. UNIT NJ. I
LOT 12 OltR 65/1120
S --MELVIN CIARLES A. ET UX
ALK 3 RIVERSIDUET ARK ,U0D. UNIT N1J
LOT 4
SI- ,--LISENBY GEORGE ET'JX
SULK 4 rIVERSIDE 'ARK SU0'l. UNIT Nu. I
S-. LOT 12 ORb E9/1014
-LIS:N-Y GE:ORGtE ET JX
ULK 4 RIVERSIDE PARK SUul. UNIT NU. 1
LOT 14 ORU 7T9/1314
TWIN LAKRESSUHOIVIS1ON UNIT 1
BY JIE I LAND SECT 36/1/I10D
--WARO HOWAnTRO
BLK I9 TrN LAKES SUtO0. UN9T NO 1
LOTr.6 LESS 15 FT
'--WALBURN JERRY L. ET UK
ALK 13 TWIN LAKES SUBO. UNIT 0N 1
LOT 1 .

--WALBURN JERRY L. ET UX
UL 13 TWIN LAKES SUbOD. UNIT NO I
; LOT 4
--WA-LBURI JERRY L. ET UX
ALK 15 TWIN LAKES SUBO. UNIT NO. 1
LUT 4 51/2 OUF LOT 5 ORB 81/6bR6
--IWALBURN JERRY L..C MARY B.
S ULK IS TWIN LAKES SUBO. UNIT NO. 1
LOT 6 C N1/2 OF LOT 5 ORB 80/821
--DAVIS JAMES C.
BLK 15 TWIN LAKES SUBOD. UNIT NO. 1I
LOTS 10.'12 .
DOUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISION
IN NWA/4 OF SECT 34/5/9 C PART
OF FRACTL SECT. 27/5/9
--STEWART PAULINE H.
BLK 1 DOUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISION
LOTS 2, 4 & 6 ORB 83/915
--BROWN EDWARD
BLK 4 DOUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISION
LOTS 5 & 7
--PETTIS J. K. HAZEL
ALK 8 DOUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISION
LOTS 15 C N 15 FT. UOF 14
--PETTIS HAZEL
ULK 8 OGUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISION
S 50 FT. OF LOT 14
WINONA GARDENS SUTDOD.
OF W 1/2 OF SECTION 5/6/9
25 3 10 -SNELL ONALO t.
REC'D ORB 69/1049 FROM SEXTON
BEING PARCEL NO. 15
IDLEW000 PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT 1
SECT 25 T 3 R 10
--RROWDER Le E.
IOLEWOOD PARK SUBD.
BEG. AT SW COR. OF LOT 3 N 7O FT
EASTERLY 64.8S FT N 66 FT.
WESTERLY 84.85 FT S 66 FT. TO FOB


--BROWDER L. E.
BLK I IOLEWOOC PARk/SUBDIVISION UNIT 1
N 14 FT. OF LOT 3
--BROWOER L'. E.
BLK I IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT I
E 21.24 FT. STRIP FROM LOT 6
--BROWOER L. E.


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ALK 6 IOLEWOOO PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT 1I
E 30 FT.. OF LJT 12
RIVERSIDE ESTATES SURU-IVISION BY
GASKIN BROTHERS LUMbER CO.
BEING IN SECTION 15/4/9
--CAT'R JHNS A.
dLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES Su9OIVISION
NI/2 OF LOT 3
--PEADEN G0IORY A.
ALK 5 RIVESIluE ESTATES SURDIVISIUN
LOT 17I
--PEADEN RIB3RT E. ET UK
ALK 5 RIV SIDE ESTATES SUBDIVISION
LJT 18
CENIAL LANDING SURI0VISTON
BEINS IN SFCT 16/3/I0
--HOHBS .B .. C NELLIE H.
ELK 1 CENTRAL LANDING SUBDIVISION
LOT 14
3 4 10 -CORY JERBY S. ET UX
SL/2 OF S/2 LYING S. OF .TUNE
MILL CREEK LFSS W. 160 YOS "Rd
83/134
3 4 10 -THOMAS SANJEL ET UK
ORR 66/235 *-MOM RRGOGOON

10 4 10 -COBY JFRRY S. ET UX
NEt/4 OF NFI/4 ALL PART QF NEI/4-
THAr LIES S. uF STUNE 'ILL .REEK
IRS 43/13,
SEK;S LA StrTIu. 14/4/103
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nLKi / RtFKS LA LJT 7
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ULR 3 cEK'KS LAKE ltJUDIVISi'lN
L T l I
14 4 10 -MCOANIRL D)3RIS
qEC'' l'qR 75/696 bING 175 FT. BY
24*.11 FT.
14 4 10 -BUSH MtNA
259 FT STRIP LYING DUE W ACROSS
LAKE ST.
15 4 10 -FLOWERS LOUIE
;0MMENSE NFC OF NE 1/4 OF Sd 1/4.
A 100 FI TO POR. A 60 T,. S 150
FT., 150 FI N 75 FT. W 100 FT,
N 125 FT TO PLaB Ub 70/506 FROM
PARKE6k
16 4 to10 -AL KAFT INC.
BK 35/13 WEST 132 BY 330 FT. UF
LOT 23 DO'A3; ACRES LESS 50 BY
100 FT. LOT TO DAWSON
22 4 10 -STEVENS G MELTON INC.*
ALL OF NEI/4 OF NEl/4 NORTH OF SR
22 LESS TO PIPELINE STATION
23 4 10 -OAVIE TH3MAS
RES'I,,rT NEC OF WI/2 OF Sl/4 OF
NlL/4 C RUN W 50 FT. TH N 100 FT.
TO THE BEG.
23 4 10 -RAXTER ROSI? EST. C/O GARBERT
LOT O ABY 151 FT ORB 10/135
C. L. MiORGAN ADO TO'THE CITY OF
W6EAHITCHKIA. FLORIOA ALL CITY
SETIolE 23/L/tD 11E/4 OF NEI/4 OF
NEI/4
--MULLINS JAMES H. ET UX
HLK 4 C. L. MORGAN AO0 TO WEWAHIT.HKA
LOT 2
--MULLINS JAMES H.
UILK C. L. MORGAN AD00TO WIWAHITCHKA
LOT 5 & LOT 3
23 4 10 -TANNFHILL BARBARA
LOT I BLK I AZALEA GARDENS
REC'O OAR 54/675 A0D ORB 57/516
LESS T3 I AR!AES
23 4 10 -BLCK LEE.EST C/0 ROBERT JONES
BK L2/59' LESS SOLD TO OTHERS
LAKE ALICE ADO TO WEIAHITCHKA
BY E.M. FULLINGTON PARTS OF
NWll/4 OF S IL/4
--GRIFFIN CHIRLES L.
.ULK 6 LAKE ALICE AOD TO WEWAHITCHKA
LOTS 1. LESS o 46 FT. OFF EACH
LOT FPR. ENNETT
RISHES SUBDIVISION
TO WEWAHIT:HKA, FLORIDA
SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
--WHITFIELD MICHAEL H.
BLK 1 RISHES SUBDIVISION
LOT 9
--WHITFIELD JAMES FRANKLIN
ALK I RISHES SUBDIVISION
LOTS 10 11it
--GAINOUS JOHN D0. C CARYLON
BLK 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION
LOT 10
-GAINOUS JOHN 0.D CARYLON
ULK' 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION
LOT II
--HARD C'ARLES E. ET UX
BLK 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION
LOT 3 L N1/2 OF LOT 4
-KENDRICK BOBBY ET UX
BLK 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION
LOT 39
CLECKLEYS, ADDITION UNIT NO. I
TO WEMAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
--OLIVER JONATHAN WALTER
BLK I CLECXLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
LOT 22 OB8 81/T74
IODA GRIFFIN SUBDIVISION
TO WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
IN SECTION 25 T 4 I 10
25 4 10 -OLIVER DOROTHY
22S FT ON COCHRAN RD. C BACK
TO HENRY AVE. FROM MILLERGREN
REC'O 24/329
--SUBER F;RANKEY
,CLECKLEY'S ADDITION III UNRECORD.
LOTS 66 C 67 .34 ACRES
ORB 65/327
26 4 10 -BEAN JOHM N. ET UX
ORB 80/519
26 4 10 -HAND BRYANT ET UK
LOT 50 BY 100 FT ORB 35/644
26 4 10 -BOSTICK VERA & CHILDREN
BEG AT THE SWC OF ElI/4 OF NWM/4
OF 25 RUN E 99 YOS N 297 FT M 99
YD S 297 FT TO POB LESS TO BELL
WILLIAMS
S MILLIAMSBUG SUBDIVISION
TO WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
IN SECTION 26 T 4 R 10
=-ADDOISO ALBERTA
OLK B WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOT 14 ORB 82/7
--BASS* ILLIE FRED
EBLK E WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOTS 9. 10.
-BOSTICK CHARLES & VERA
BLK G WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOT 2
--FINOLEY READY
-OLK G WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION
LOT i
PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
TO WEWAHIT:HKA, FLORIDA
IN SECTION 23 T 4 A 10
--HAND BRYANT C ANNIE GENE
BLK 1 PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
LOT.4 ORB 69/723
--HILL WILLIE R.
BLK 3 PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
LOT 6
LESTERS SUBDIVISION
OF MWEAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
SECTION 36 T 4 R 10
--WHITEHURST JOHN W.
LESTERS SUBDIVISION
LOTS 35. 36. 37, 38, ORB 73/21
FROM LINDSEY
36 4 10 -GARDER .JAMES
A LOT 90 BY 145 FT. FROM SEAVY
REC'O ORB 31/662
36 4 10 -HUGHES WILLIAM WILLIS
REC'O ORB ST/938 FROM MHALEY
36 4 10 -GRAY MARTHA
RECD ORB 72/48 FROM WHALEY
BEING 130 BY 165 FT. LOT
THOMAS SUBDIVISION OUT OF SECT 36
AND 25 MFP 4 SR 10 WEST FILED
FOR PERMANENT RECORD SEPTEMBER
26. 1978 RECTD FLAT BOOK 3 PAGE
10 PUBLIC RECORDS
36 4 10 -DANIELS JOHN WILLIAM JR.
ORB 34/65
36 4 10 -FILOS JUNE R.
ORB 44/781 LESS TO SMILEY
"BEING 1.03 ACRES
SUNNYWOOO ESTATES UNIT NO. 2 PB 3
PAGE 17 LOCATED IN NEl/4 OF
SECTION 2 T 5 R 10O
12 5 ID -JOHNSON CLIFFORD M. ET UX
IN THE SE 1/4' OF SE/4 ORB 80/22
13 5 10 -HARVELL JAMES N.
RECOD ORB 55/881 FROM HARVELL
II 7 E0 -HARDY HUEY H. ET UX
A LOT 187.50 FT BY 430 FT FROM
POLLY ORE 82/287
II 7 10 -MULLER STANTON G. ST UX
A LOT 70 FT. FACING CO. RD. C RUN
BACK 167 FT. ORB 70/687 FR. BROWN
11 7 10 -REEL WAYNE C LYDIA
ORB 80/656 FROM BURKE BEING 211
BY 100 FT. LOT
8EATTY'S SUBDIVISION PLAT
OF NW1/4 OF SECTION II T 7 R 10
--CAUSEY LAMAR
BLK F BEATTY'S SUBDIVISION
LOTS 32,13.34,35.
--CAUSEY LAMAR ST UX
ALK F BEATTY'S SJBOIVISION
LOTS 12,13.14.15,16,17.
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 1
SECTION 18 T 8 R ID
--MAXWELL JOHN'O.
BLK 4 WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 1
LOT 4
MONEY BAYOJ SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1
IN FRACTAL SECTION 19 T 9 R 10
--KING WILLIAM G.
ELK A MONEY BAYOJ SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1
LOT )
-GANT CHESTER JR.
BLK A MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I
LOT 4


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BLK 0 MONEY BAYOJ SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I
LOT 4
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bLK 0 MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I
LOTS 10, 11
-WYNN JULIUS
BLK E MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I
LOTS 12e 139
MONEY BAYOU BEACH UNIT NO. 2
IN SECTION 19 T 9 A 10
7 9 10 -WOODALL CHARLES E. ET AL
ALL OF SECTION
8 9 10 -WOODALL CHARLES E. ET AL
ALL OF SECTION
17 9 10 -dOODALL CHARLES E. ET AL
N1/2 OF N1/2
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ALL FRACTL. SECT. 19 LESS MONEY
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LOTS LT, 19
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ELK 17 REACON HILL SUBDIVISION
LOTS 13. 15
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IN SECTION 5 I 7 R 11
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BLK 3 YON.S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOTS 14, 15,
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C ORB 46/364
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LOTS 15, 16
--PARKER SAMMIE C.
BLK 6 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT 6
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ULKI 1 PORt ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT I
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PART OF SECTION S T 7 R 11
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ILK 30 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
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BLK 42 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO* 2
LOT 10to
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BLK 42 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
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BEIN. IN SECTION 16 T 7 R It
16 7 II -BERNAL PAUL A. ET UX
WEST 1/2 OF THE 0.043 ACRES FROM
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BEING IN SECTION 26 T 7 R 11
--WOOD MILORED L.
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LOTS 2. 3,
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BLK J BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
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BLK J BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
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ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA PART OF
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R 11 WEST
--GAINER JERRY
BLK 8 ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
S1/2 OF LOT 10
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
PART OF SECTIONS to 2 C SECTION
12 T 8 R 11
--COOLEY JOHNNY WAYNE
ELK 8 CITY OF POT ST. JOE
20 FT OFF S SIDE OF LOT 24 ORB
2/9t13 B2/922
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BLK 11 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 16 & 14 LESS 15 FT OFF NW COR
AND 15 f OFF SE COR. OF LOT 12
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BLK 15 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
N 20 FT OF EI/2 OF LOT 18 ORB
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N 21 FT BY 90 FT OFF LOT 14 S W
9 FT BY 45 FT C A 45 FT OF LOTS
16. T1 9 20 ORB 11/969 ,
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LOT 21
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
OFFICIAL MAP NO. 12
--BARBEE JIEL L.
BLK 60 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT T
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ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2

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BLK 95 ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 1t 2,
ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 4

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ALK 98 ST. JOSEPH ADDITION UNIT NO. 4
LOT 5
ST. JOSEPH AODDITIJ UNIT NO. 6
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE PARTS OF
SECTIONS 35, 36, T 7 R 11
--JONES ER'EST MC DONALO SR.
BLK 1002 CITY 0, PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
N 60 FT. OF LOT I
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--GANT ADRIAN F. SR. ET UX
BLK 1003 CITY OF PORI ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 15
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MtLLVITW ADDITION JNIT NOI.

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BLK 1007 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
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LOT S
OAK 3ROVE SUBDIVISION
TO PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA
BEINS IN SECTION 13 T 8 R 11
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
--MURRAY JAMES I.
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A Summer Seafood Dinner

The heat of June may send you searching for light dinner
entrees which won't keep you in the kitchen, but will help you
keep that lithe summertime shape. Seafood automatically
comes to mind when thinking of quick, easy, low calorie
dishes.
The Florida Department of Natural Resources offers a
delightful combination in Sea Trout Marguery; Poached Fish
with Shrimp Sauce. Sea trout, a lean fish with a delicate taste
iF teamed with shrimp, America's favorite seafood.
Poaching is a simple method of cooking in liquid which is
flavored with seasonings and sometimes butter. The
poaching liquid is reserved and utilized to enhance the light
shrimp sauce. The elegant results will belie the fact that
preparation takes less than 30 minutes.
SEA TROUT MARGUERY
POACHED FISH WITH SHRIMP SAUCE'
2 pounds sea trout fillets, or 3 peppercorns
other thick fish fillets,. 1 bay leaf
fresh or frozen 1/8 teaspoon dried thyme
2 cups boiling water leaves, crushed
1/4 cup dry white wine I slice lemon
1 tablespoon margarine or Shrimp Sauce
butter Paprika
1 teaspoon salt

Thaw fish if frozen. Remove skin and bones from fish. Cut
fish into 6 portions if desired. Place fish in a well-greased
10-inch fry pan: Add next 8 ingredients. Cover and simmer
for 5 to 10 minutes or until fish flakes easily when tested with
a fork. Reserve poaching liquid. Carefully remove fish to a
hot platter. Pour Shrimp Sauce over the fish. Sprinkle with
paprika. Makes 6 servings.
SHRIMP SAUCE
1/2 pound cooked, peeled, 2 large egg yolks, lightly
deveined shrimp, fresh beaten
or frozen 1/2 cupo- sliced fresh mush-
'1/2 cup margarine or butter rooms
1/4 cup all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 cups strained poaching li-
quid
Thaw shrimp if frozen. Split in half lengthwise. Melt
margarine in saucepan. Stir in flour. Add poaching liquid
gradually and cook until thick and smooth, stirring constant-
ly. Gradually stir small amount of hot mixture into egg
yolks; add to remaining sauce, stirring constantly. Heat just
until thickened. Stir in shrimp, mushrooms and lemon juice.
Heat, but do not boil. Makes 3-1/2 cups sauce.
For additional free seafood recipes write: Seafood DNR,
3900 Commonwealth Blvd, Suite 905, Douglas Building,
Tallahassee, Florida 32303. (AFNS)


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BLK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 6
--D*ALFMRERTT TOLBOT
ALK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 9
--ST. JOSEPH DAY ESTATES INC.
ABLK B ST. '-JOSEPH SAY EStATES
LOT 10
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
BLK 8 ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 11
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
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LOT 12
-ST. JOSEPH IIAYVESTATES INC.
BLK b ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
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BLK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
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--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
BLK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 15
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
BLK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 16
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
ALK 8 ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 17
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
BLK U ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 18
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
BLK B ST. JOSEPH BAY STATES
LOT 22
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
ALK b ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 23
--ST. JOSEPH HAY ESTAIFS INC.
BLK 8 ST. JOSEPH BAT ESTATES
LOT 7'?
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
HLK 8 ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT ?5
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
BLK 8 ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT ?6
--ST'. JOSEH BAY ESTA ES INC.
ALK 8 ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LUT 77
--ST. 'JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
ALK B SI. JUSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 78
-ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
ULK 8 Sr. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 29
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ULK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT 30
1 9 11 -W ODALL CHARLES E. ET AL
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C? 7 LOCATED IN PART OF SECS 18
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ALL LESS ACRES RES BY HOLLINGER
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SU4FSIOE ESTATES SJBDIVISION
UNIT NO. 2 703 FT GULF FRONT,
LESS LITS 171 I BLK I &T75 FT
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QUIT CLAIM FROM JARET
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23 9 1 -SEASHORE LAND t DEV. CO.
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24 9 I1 -STEVENS PETER
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CAPE BREEZES PU 3 PG 23
SUBDIVISION OF G3OVI LOT I
SE: 1 T 9 P 12 GULF COUNTY
--DELLUTRI ROBERT J. ET AL
BLK A CAPE BREEZES
LOT ?3
PINE BLUFF SUBDIVISION IN SECTION
23 T 9 R II GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
22 9 11 -SEASHORE LAND C OEV. CO.
EAST 655 FT GOVERNMENT LOT 1
655 FT GULF FRONT 655 FT BAY
FRONT







Taught Several Years at Port St. Joe High


Catherine Nix, Retiring At GCCC


BY WENDI WYMAN
"THE GULL'S CRY"
Gulf Coast College


Catherine Nix, a Bay County
educator for over 40 years, 20
of which have been spent at
GCCC as a counselor, will
retire this May.
It is impossible to measure
the amount of help, guidance
and love she has given to
students over the years. Her
patience, sense of devotion,
willingness to listen and sen-
sitivity to others has placed
her in the hearts of the people
she has helped.
People often wonder from
where Miss Nix's unfailing
compassion stems. "A long
time ago I made the decision
to let Jesus Christ take over
my life. He is my source of
love and strength and I thank
Him for giving me the ability
to reach out and listen to
people, especially those that
are not as fortunate as many
of us."
Miss Nix has a very special
ability to relate to people of all
ages. Dan Smith, financial aid


0


CATHERINE NIX
Veteran teacher
retires after over 40
years of service.


*


director, said, "She has a deep
religious faith which has given
her a good perception of the
needs and concerns of other
people. She encourages others
to do the very best they can on
their own."
Miss Nix is totally devoted
to the students. "These stu-
dents are my whole' life," she


said with tears streaming
down her face.
The love she feels and shows
for others is immeasurable.
Miss Nix is not someone you
just get to know, she is
someone you experience.
After retirement Miss Nix
plans to help students at the


Division of Youth Services.
Old people are also a favorite
of hers. She plans to spend
time visiting the many elderly
people in area nursing homes
and hospitals who are lonely.
But we won't lose sight of
her entirely at GCCC. She will
be involved with the Baptist
Campus Ministry and may be
teaching a short course or two.
Miss Nix will be missed by
many people as counselor and
friend when she retires.
Dr. Larry Tyree stated,
"After more than 40 years of
total commitment and espe-
cially to her students, Miss
Nix has certainly earned her
retirement. You may be sure
that she will be sorely missed
by all of us at this college but
particularly by the students.


Miss Nix is one of those not
too common persons who has
truly devoted her entire life to
the cause of helping people.
Except for her Lord, there is
never any question that the
most important person in the
world to Miss Nix is the person
with who she is talking to and
trying to help. And help people
she has! We wish her God-
speed as she enters a new
phase of her rich and wonder-
ful life," Tyree added.
Miss Nix was an English
teacher at Port St. Joe High
School for several years be-
fore moving to Panama City in
the 1950's, She is well known in
this area from her activities
with Gulf Coast Community
College as well as with Port St.
Joe High School.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1982 PAGE THIRTEEN




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Fo EJR. SPECIALS

, 1 For Entire Month of May


Fisheries Biologists of the
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission will be a familiar
sight on the Apalachicola.
River for the next five years
as they study the fishing
resources and impact of main-
tenance dredging.
Lothian Ager, Fisheries Bi-
ologist and project leader
said, "This study comes at an
extremely important time be-
cause the river supports se-
veral critical species such as
the Atlantic sturgeon, gulf
coast race of striped bass and
is the only in-state source of
-white bass."
"At the same time, pressure
is mounting to further modify
the river by dredging and rock
removal from the riverbed."
Ager said according to
information supplied by the
Corps of Engineers, desnag-
ging and dredging operations
have occurred in the Apalachi-
cOla River since at least .828.
In addition to the nine foot
navigational channel that Con-
gress authorizes the Corps to
maintain, at least two nautical
miles of the river have been
.eliminated by dredging bends
and straightening the river
over the last 20 to 30 years.
"Changing the river has an
impact on fish food orga-
nisms, the fish themselves and
the entire floodplain. We hope
to point out some direction for
future use of the river," he
said.
Ager said the team of four
biologists and two fisheries
management specialists will
be sampling different species
of fish in their habitats, food
organisms, mapping habitat
types along the river, inter-
viewing fishermen,. and moni-
toring water quality.


Part of the study project willI
be to develop a management
plan for the. Dead Lakes and
Chipola River.
He said an important part of
the study will be to talk with
the- public and learn the
history of the river system.
Ager said he hopes to learn
how the river has changed and


possibly locate backwaters or
creeks that are now cut off
from the'river by spoil sites.
Ager requests that anyone
living in this area, with any
knowledge of the river's his-
tory or other information that
would be useful, to please
contact the nearest Commis-
sion office or field personnel.


Booth, UWF Graduate


Lt. Grady Lackey Booth,
retired U.S. Navy, graduated
Magna Cum Laude with a B.S.
in Education at the Spring
graduation of the University
of West Florida in Pensacola.
His wife is the former Miss


Lamar Bateman of Wewa-
hitchka, and they have two
sons, Grady and Joel. The
Booths are residents of Pace.
Grady's mother is Mrs.
Euela Booth of Wewahitchka.


mean


We Want You
To. Be A Part of
The Friendly Place


CHILDREN'S CHOIRS
SPRING CONCERT
Sunday, 7:00 P.M.
BIBLESTUDY ...................... 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00 A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ........ ............ 5:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY . . . 7:00 P.M.


Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE
TED CORLEY MARK DONNELL
Pastor Minister of Music and Youth


NOTICE -

Notice is hereby given that the City Elec-
tion, to be held on May 11, 1982, will not be
conducted because only one candidate has
qualified for each vacancy.

Applicable Florida Laws presume that
each candidate will vote for himself and


write-in


candidates are


only permissable


where they have qualified as such write-in
candidates.

The following candidates, to-wit: James
B. Roberts, Commissioner Group III; Alton


Fennell, Commissioner


declared re-elected and sworn in at the City
Commission Meeting to be held at 8:00 P.M.,
E.D.T., June 15, 1982.

ATTEST:
L. A. FARRIS,
City Auditor & Clerk


Group IV, will be


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"Little Travelers"


Kleenex


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303 Can TOMATOES ...... 3/$1.00
3 Oz. GELATIN DESSERT ... .4/$1.00
140 Ct. NAPKINS .............73
32 Oz. Pink DISH LIQUID .......... 61
French, Italian, 1000 Isle DRESSING 79C


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PORK CHOPS
Tender
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STEW BEEF

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PUREX DETERGENT .. $1.19
Regular Size 3 8
DIAL SOAP ........ 3/89P
12 Oz. Happy Kids Sweet 8
CUBED SALAD DELITE ... 88c
64 Oz. Lucky Leaf
APPLE JUICE ....... $1,39


16 Oz. Kraft 6-Stick Miracle
MARGARINE 68
6 Oz. Kraft American .
CHEESE SINGLES ....... .68
64 Oz. Minute Maid
ORANGEJUICE ..... $1.48
9% Oz. 2
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FIELD PEAS
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TURNIPS W/ROOTS ...
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48 ct. 22 Oz.
TETLEYTEA BAGS ... $1.39 GU
5% Oz. French's 303 Fil
SCALLOPED POTATOES 69 CU
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PAGE SIXTEEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, rta. THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1982


Immunizations Necessary to Start School


Get immunized, or when
school begins in August, 1982
you will not be allowed to
attend classes according to
Florida Statutes.
All children enrolled in a
public or non-public school,


grades kindergarten through
twelfth (K-12) must be im-
munized against diphtheria,
pertussis, tetanus, measles,
mumps and rubella.
Parents of students whose
school' health record is incom-


plete have been notified once
and will be getting the second
written notice from your
child's school about the need
to get 'their child immunized.
Failure to get the legally
required vaccination will


Pedestrian Deaths Set Record


Pedestrians continue to die
at a record rate, said the
Florida Highway Patrol re-
cently.
Colonel Eldrige Beach, Pa-'
trol director said, "Every
three days, two pedestrians
; die on Florida's streets and
highways. In 1981, 713 pedes-
trians were killed in our state,
mostly as a result of improper
actions by themselves or the,.
motorists involved."
Patrol records show that
5,663 pedestrians have been
killed by motor vehicles dur-'


ing the past ten years in
Florida. There were 561 killed
in 1973, but the total, dropped
to 506 in 1974, the first year of
the 55 mile per hour speed
limit and fuel shortages.
After that, 1975 had 477;
1976- 504; 1977-493; 1978-560;
1979-656; 1980- 760 and 1981-
713.
"With 1981 ending with the
highest total in Florida's
history and 1982 continuing at
the same. record rate, mo-
torists and pedestrians alike
need to take stock of their


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7 J niledJ'eltod.i5 arch
Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, MInIter
S CHURCHASCHOOL .Wn..e............. 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP................... 11:00 AM.
EVENING WORSHIP ...................... 7:30 P.M.
METHODISTYOUTH FELLOWSHIP ........ 6:30 P.M.
SCHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ....... ... 7:30 P.M.


First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
:Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE. ......... 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOLCLASS ........ 11:00 AM.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone,
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
SPhone229-6857


"Going Church for A Coming Lord"
COME WORSHIPAT THE

"EXCITING"


MIRST

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.
(Broadcast live over WJOE AM and FM)
CHURCH TRAINING ................ 6:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .......... 7:00 P.M.
"Where Everybody Is Somebody and Jesus Christ Is Lord"


mean the child cannot attend
school in August until certifi-
cation is received that the
child is in compliance with the
immunization law.
Gulf County Health Depart-
ment will provide the injec-
tions free of charge. Parents
are urged not to delay. Get
immunizations up-to-date now
in preparation for the new


school year.
traffic habits and manners," If there are any questions


concluded Colonel Beach.

Post Offers
Headstones
For Graves
The John C. Gainous Post
10069, as a public service, will
place headstoness on the un-
marked grave of any Honor-
ably Discharged Veteran in
Gulf County, at no charge.
The Post also places flags on
the graves of Veterans on
Memorial Day, Veteran's
Day, and Independence Day,
and would appreciate the
names of veterans buried in
Gulf County.
Please contact Leo Kennedy
or any member of the Post.
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about the immunization re- child's school or Helen Ram-
quirements, parents should sey, Special Services Direc-
contact the principal of their tor, .at 227-1558.

Banks In West Germany
Spec. 4 Claude F. Banks, son Banks, a communications
of Eugene Banks of 164 12th specialist with the 3rd Armor-
St., and Myrtle G. Banks of 252 ed Division, was previously
Ninth St., both of Apalachi- assigned at Fort Ord, Calif.
cola, has arrived for duty in He is a 1980 graduate of
Kirch-Goens, West Germany. Apalachicola High School.


Adult Activity Center


Serves An Area Need-


The Gulf County Adult Ac-
tivity Center at' 200 Peters
Street is instrumental in serv-
ing the needs of develop-
mentally disabled adults in
Gulf County and Mexico
Beach. Under the direction of
Vicki Abrams, the Center
presently offers classes in
basic education, self care and
daily living as well as job
training and leisure pursuits
for nineteen area adults to
prepare them to function more
independently in the com-


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MIDDLE EAST PEACE


Several members of the.
House Committee on Armed
Services and I recently made a
military fact-finding trip to the
Middle East. While there, we
had the opportunity to meet
with,., both Israeli Prime-.,
Minister Menachem Begin and
Egyptian President Hosni'
Mubarak to discuss the peace
process presently underway in
those countries.
Achieving a lasting peace
in the'Middle'East is one of
the most difficult tasks before
the international community,
and there are many factors
which influence the tenor of
America's relations with the
countries there. The United
States has been one of Israel's
strongest supporters since the
country's 'founding on May
14, 1948. In the ensuing
decades, our links with the
Jewish state have increased
and she remains one of our
most important allies.
However, just as our relations
with-Israel have evolved and
grown increasingly complex,
so have our relations with
sever other countries in the
area, notably Egypt and Saudi
Arabia,
'While our support for
Israel remains strong, there
are a nuihber of factors in the
complex environment of the
Middle East which place a
'strain on our relations with
that nation. Our growing ties
with members of the Arab
community-. have alarmed
Israel. We see the Soviet
Union as the ultimate menace
in the Mideast, while Israel,
naturally enough, is more con-
cerned about her Arab


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neighbors. In particular, our
sale of AWACS to oil-rich
Saudi Arabia was a cause of
concern for Begin. In addition
to these differences, there have
been other strains in U.S.-
Israeli relations springing
from such problems as Israel's
treatment of war-ravaged
Southern Lebanon and
Israel's attack last year on an
Iraqi nuclear reactor. The dif-
ficulty of how to treat the
Palestinians in peace negotia-
tions is also a perennial one.
However, despite the
strains in American-Israeli
relations, the' two countries
maintain certain consistent
agreements. Among these are
our mutual recognition of
Israel as an important,
strategic ally. Israel is situated
in a militarily important loca-
tion and will remain a vital
partner of ours.
America and Israel are
also both firmly committed to
the establishment of peace in
the Middle East. It was this
commitment which led to the
historic meeting of former
Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat and Menachem Begin in
1977 and to the signing of the
Camp David Accords in
Washington on March 23,
1979.
This original treaty was
little more than a promise on
the part of the signatories to
continue negotiations and to
try to find a solution to the
many problems which plague
the Mideast. One of the con-
tinuing difficulties of the area
has been evacuation of the
Sinai Peninsula. This week,
April 25th, was the target date
for Israel's evacuation of the
remainder of the peninsula.
Several recent occurrences
in.the area have hindered the
peace process. There have
been riots on the West Bank
and at the Gaza Strip, and
Israel has threatened 'another
foray into Southern Lebanon
to attack Syrian guerillas
there. The executions last
week of the, men who
assassinated Sadat on October
6,-1981, also added to the ten-
sion in the area.
Naturally, these develop-
ments have concerned the
Reagan Administration. It
has, therefore, sent Deputy
Secretary of State Walter
Stoessel to the Mideast to try
to ensure that negotiations for
evacuation of the remainder
of the Sinai go smoothly. Both
Begin and Mubarak have
stressed that April 25th was
only a target date for im-
plementation of the Sinai
evacuation, but I believe both
men are committed to peace.
Mubarak, though less flam-
boyant with the media than
Sadat, is a solid man and is
pro-Western. However, he is
caught between Israel and the
other Arab nations. I am
hopeful that the Administra-
tion with input from Con-
gress will be able to work
with Egypt and Israel and that
the nations of the Middle East
will be able to develop a
peaceful understanding.


munity.
The Center is sponsored by
the Gulf County Association
for Retarded Citizens which
also operates the Gulf House
Group Home at 326 Ave. C as a


District 17,

VFW, Meets

In Panacea
District 17, V.F.W., held its
quarterly meeting at the Post
Home 4538 in Panacea on
April 25th. District Comn-'
mander Martin Walker open-
ed the meeting' with prayer
and the Pledge of Allegiance
'to the Flag. Business was then
conducted. After the Business
Meeting, election of, officers
was held for the coming year.
of 1982-83.
Elected were: Commander,
George S. Coody, Port St. Joe;
Sr. Vice Commander, William
R. Schlickman, Port St. Joe;
Jr. Vice Commander, .J. Ed-
ward Klingensmith, Panama
City; Quartermaster, Leon E.
Nettles, Tallahassee; Judge
Advocate, Jerry J. Hodges,
Jr., Sopchoppy; Surgeon,
John R. Bray, Panama City;
and Chaplain, Bill Ward,
Panama City.


residence for eight men who
have relocated to community
living from Sunland Center in
Marianna. The ARC also
supports Special Olympics for
Gulf County. For more infor-
mation please call 229-6327, or
visit the Activity Center in its
location at the former Wash-
ington School site.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, r~a. THURSDAY, MAY 6, 19822


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With

HANNON INSURANCE

Agency, Inc.

The Insurance Store Since 1943


Auto Home Business Life

Flood Bonds Mutual Funds

8:30 til 6:00 Monday through Friday


221 Reid Avenue


Phone 227-1133


We are HERE to Service What We Sell


ROY SMITH, Agent


FRANK HANNON, Agent


NOTICE.-

NOTICE AND APPLICATION FOR

ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT OF 1982

REAL ESTATE TAXES BY INSTALLMENT

Section 197.013, F.S. allows an alternative plan.for payment of real estate taxes. A taxpayer
who elects to pay taxe4 by the installment method shall make payments based upon an esti-
mated tax which shall be equal to the actual taxes levied upon the property in the preceding
year.
.THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:


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First Installment Payment.


Second Installment Payment:

Third Installment Payment:


Fourth Installment Payment:


One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 6%. Pay-
ment shall be made not later than June 30, 1982. A taxpayer
must make the first installment payment in order to participate
in this plan.
One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 41/2%. Pay-
ment shall be made not later than September 30, 1982.
One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any
adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability
discounted 3%. Payment shall be made not later than De-
cember 31, 1982.
One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any
adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability.
No discount. Payment shall be made not later than March 31,
1983.


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ff you have not received an application to pay 1982 taxes by installment and it is
your intent to exercise your rights under this law, then please complete the appli-
cation below and mail or file With your county tax collector prior to June 1, 1982.
The absolute deadline for filing the application is May 31. Any application filed
after May 31 will not be considered. The postmark on applications mailed to the
tax collector shall determine if the application was mailed timely. Additional ap-
plication forms rnay be obtained from the tax collector's office as listed below:


Mail completed application to:


Eda Ruth Taylor


1000 5th Street


Tax Collector


Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
DETACH --
IF YOU DESIRE TO PAY 1982 TAXES BY INSTALLMENT, PLEASE SIGN, DATE, COMPLETE PROPERTY
IDENTIFICATION NO. AND RETURN THIS APPLICATION TO YOUR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR PRIOR
TO JUNE 1, 1982 UPON RECEIPT, THE TAX COLLECTOR SHALL MAIL YOUR FIRST NOTICE OF PAY-
MENT DUE, WITH INSTRUCTIONS. IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR FIRST NOTICE BY JUNE 15,
1982, CONTACT THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.
I TO BE COMPLETED BY TAXPAYER


I hereby make application to participate
ment payment plan for the 1982 tax yea
SIGNATURE
Name
Address

Phone Number


in the install- Property 1. D. No.
r. Legal Description as it Appears on the 1981 Tax No-
tice Receipt:
DATE



Please Print


NOTICE
A taxpayer must make the first installment payment not later than June 30 in order to participate In this plan.
Any taxpayer who fails to make a subsequent installment payment on time shall not be required to discontinue
participation in the installment payment plan. Instead such taxpayer shall be required to remit with his next
installment payment an amount equal to the current installment amount plus any installment amount due but
unpaid. The applicable discount rate for the current installment shall be applied against the sum of the current
and past due installment payment amounts.
Nothing shall preclude a taxpayer who has applied for the installment method of payment or who has made
one or more installment payments from discontinuing his participation In such plan. In such event the remainder
of the taxpayer's taxes shall be due and payable as provided by law.
-IT_ _-_ -DETACH -- ----------
If you have any questions, please contact the Tax Collector's Office at the following locationss:
A e Gulf County Courthouse


1000 5th Street


Pnrf Str ip J. Flrida 32456


Phone Number 229-611-


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The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

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





HIGHLAND VIEW

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


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Address