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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1982
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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 37


THE STAR

Industry -Deep Water Port-Fine People - Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY. MAY 13, 1982


9,071 Acres ofM.K. Ranch Land on State List


Tract Considered for Purchase


Fourteen outstanding properties in north
Florida were among proposed land acquisitions
discussed at a public meeting scheduled Tuesday
of this week in Tallahassee by the C9nservation
and Recreation Lands Selection Committee.
One of the parcels of land considered for
purchase by the State of Florida includes a
9,071 acre tract here in Gulf County, which
encompasses three parcels of land lying
along the Apalachicola River between Wewa-
hitchka to the north and Apalachicola to the
south. All of the land is in Gulf County.
The Gulf County parcel, listed as priority
number 20 on the full list of 42 parcels under
consideration, is owned by M.K. Ranches. The
property is mostly land which lies adjacent to the
Apalachicola River and has been under criticism


by the State of Florida for some time for farming
practices used on the land.
M.K. has countered the criticism with the fact
that they had permits to do what they did and.
spent considerable money getting the property in
shape to farm. If the state wants their practices
stopped, they should purchase the property.
Jacob Varnes, ,representing the owners of
M.K. Ranch, said that the ranch should seriously
be considered'because "It's the only parcel of land
being discussed here tonight which has a
Recommendation from the Environmental Protec-
tion Agency for purchase", he said.
ONE OF FOUR MEETINGS
The meeting in Tallahassee Tuesday was only
one of four scheduled to be held around the state.
Other public meetings were scheduled at


S--Star photo

Ground Broken for


Nursing Hc
Ground was officially broken for the
construction of a "Bay St. Joseph Care
Center" nursing home here in Port St. Joe
last Wednesday.
In the photo above, Larry Johnson,
left, owner of the new facility, and Ted
Cannon, right, president of Florida
National Bank, watch, as Mrs. Zola
Maddox, a 92-year-old pioneer of Port St.
Joe, turns the first spadeful of earth at the
new construction site.


,me Project
The home, to be built between Ninth
and Eleventh.Streets on a two block site,
will be built in two phases. The first phase,
to be completed in about a year, will have
provisions for 60 beds. A second phase of
construction will start immediately on the
completion of the first, on an additional 60
beds.
Construction of the new home is now
underway with.work progressing on the
foundation for the new building.


Hollywood, Daytona Beach and Sarasota. The
Hollywood hearing was held last Thursday and the
other two meetings will be held on May 18 in
Daytona Beach and May 19 in Sarasota.
Following the meetings, the selection commit-
tee will meet in Tallahassee in early June to make
final selections based on public input. The
resulting list of proposed acquisitions will be
presented to the Governor and Cabinet in early
July.
There are seven other parcels of land in this
vicinity which,are also being considered for
purchase by the state. These include the
following:
--Lower Apalachicola River addition, a
12,600-14,367-acre tract in Franklin County re-
commeided for purchase to complete the national
(Continued On Page 8)


New Precinct At


Howard Creek


Howard Creek commun-
ity iill have its own voting
precinct for the fall' elec-
tions this year, Supervisor
of Elections Cora Sue Rob-
inson told the County Com-
mission Tuesday morning.
Charged with the Commis-
sion to try and make the
arrangements for the com-
ing election season, Robin-
son told the Commission
'Tuesday everything was
ready for the new precinct
to begin operation this fall.
Robinson was planning to
use a spare voting machine


the county owned in the
precinct, but the Commis-
sion decided it would be
better to use paper ballots
in the precinct and main-
tain the extra machine as a
spare for the larger pre-
cincts.
Robinson said she was
currently working on
changing the make-up of
the precincts in south Gulf
County to create a new
voting place at Indian
Pass. "I can now count 78
votes south of Simmons
Bayou", Robinson said.


Alton Fennell and James B. Roberts
won election .to the City Commission
Tuesday of this week without a vote ever
being cast.
Fennell and Roberts, both incumbents
on the Commission Board, were seeking
re-election to two year terms on the board
and had no opposition to their candidacy.
Fennell will begin his first full term on
the Commission on the first Tuesday in
June, when he will be sworn into office. He
was elected in May of last year to complete
the unfinished term of John Robert Smith,
who died while in office. Smith's widow,


Mrs. Margaret Smith, filled his position
from the time of his death to the first
regular election for the Commission, when
Fennell was elected for the final year of
the term.
Roberts, a veteran of the Commission,
will begin his sixth term on the Commis-
sion in June. He has faced opposition on
only two occasions in the past: Roberts has
been primarily involved with the City's
water department.
The City's charter allows the City to
dispense with elections where no opposi-
tion, is declared in the positions involved.


Fire Ants Bother Board


Want Codinctrated EffortAt Eradication


Gulf County Commissioners
are becoming concerned with
the growing fire ant problem
in Gulf County. Commissioner
Doug Birmingham asked the
Board Tuesday to see, if the
state has any program for
eradicating the ants. "They're
becoming a big problem with
our farmers and private home
owners as well", Birmingham
said.
Attorney William J. Rish
said the State of Florida'
makes the poison available to
counties at a reduced cost and
makes the poison available at
the County Agent's office.
S+++ .
Contacting County Ag-
ent, Roy Carter after the
meeting Tuesday, The Star
found out that the state
budget for providing fire


ant poison at reduced pri-
ces has run out.
Carter said the poison is
available through the pro-
gram only when the rep-
resentative of the Univer-
sity of Florida brings the
poison, Amdro, to his office
for a public sale.
Carter said, "I usually
buy a hundred pounds or so
of the poison to have it on
hand for people in the
county when the University
man comes, but I'm out
now, and he won't be back
until July 1.
Carter said when the
representative was in his
office earlier this 'year, he
sold some 240 pounds of the
poison. Since the treatment
is relatively new, not many
knew of it at the time of the


sale. Carter feels there will,
be' more people after the
pesticide when it is put on
Sale again.
"Fire ants are becoming
a real problem here in Gulf
County, just as they are all
over, the Panhandle', Car-
ter said.
+++
LAND FILL PROGRAM
Gulf County is still straining
under the rules and regulat-.
tions of the State of Florida for
disposal of solid waste.
Mosquito Control Supervi-
sor, Doug Kent, told the.
Commission Tuesday that his
department has received a
permit from the Department
of Natural Resources to pro-
ceed with construction of an
above ground disposal site in
south Gulf County.


Pay Your County Taxes On Budget Plan


Gulf County's - taxpayers
now have the option of paying
their taxes in four easy
payments,. according to the
office of Tax Collector, Eda
Ruth Taylor.
The year's estimated taxes
may be paid in four equal
payments, starting with two
payments made in advance
and the: final two payments
made during the regular tax
paying period. The payment
plan, initiated last year, make
it easier on the tax payer,
particularly the one who must
pay a hefty tax each year. The
program also allows the tax
payer to take tax discounts as


he pays in advance.
The payments made must
be made at specific times in
order to take advantage of the
time payment plan. The first
of four equal payments is due
no later than June 30 of this
year. By June 30, the tax
payer must pay one quarter of
his estimated tax and will
receive a six percent discount
on the payment.
The next three payments on
Sthe tax payment plan are due
by September 30, when a four
and a half percent discount
will be allowed; the third
payment by December 31,
with a three percent discount


Port Authority Meeting

May 21 In Special Session


The Port St. Joe Port
Authority will meet in a
special session Fnray, May 21
at 5:00 p.m., to establish a
regular meeting date for the
Authority.
Authority chairman, George
Tapper, said the regular meet-
ing date is being established
so the authority can hold
meetings without the neces-
sity of publishing public no-
tices. "Every meeting we
have now is a special meet-
ing", Tapper said, "And we
have to notify the public of our


intention to meet. With a
regular meeting schedule, we
can meet without the public
notices".

Tapper said the Friday
meeting will also have two
other items on the agenda.
The Authority will have the
latest concept of the port
engineering for study by the
members. The members will
also deal with the latest
findings in the feasibility
study which is currently under
way.


allowed and the final payment
by March 31, 1983, with no
discount allowed.
Normally taxes are due by
March 31, with penalties being
applied for payment after that
date. The Tax Collector is now
advertising tax certificates
for sale in The Star on all
property in the county which
have. not had the taxes paid as
yet. Tax certificates will be
sold on June 1 on the property


which still have unpaid taxes
against it after the grace
peiiod of one month has
passed.

On figuring time payments
for next year's taxes to be paid
in advance, the Tax Collector
uses the total taxes paid this
year as a basis for payment in
advance. When the final pay-
ment is made, the tax payer
must pay the difference be-


tween the estimated and ac-
tual tax bill or may receive the
benefit of any reduction made
during the year in a property
owner's tax bill.
In order to participate in the
time payment plan, property
owners must make the first
payment due by June 30. If
they. make the first payment
and do not wish to continue
with the quarterly payment


plan, they may stop at any
time and pay the difference
when the tax bill is due.
Tax Collector Taylor said
tax payers may find out full
details of the time payment
program, secure application
blanks, or satisfy any misun-
derstanding they might have
about the plan by contacting
her office in the Gulf County
Courthouse.


. "I think we should just sit on
this permit for a while", Kent
said.
The director pointed out


something the Commission
has been considering in the
past few months. The opera-
(Continued on Page 3)


Sharpen Up


Shooting Eye

Ladies in the Port St. Joe area are beginning
to sharpen up their shooting eye in a course
currently being offered by the Gulf County Rifle
Club. Instruction started Saturday at the range
just north of the city with instructors from the
Club in charge of teaching gun use and safety.
In the photo at left, about half of Rifle Club
president, Bob Simon, can be seen watching the
activity at the edge of the picture..Participating
are, Eilene McLure, instructor John Fadio, Sara
Preston (partially hidden by a post), L. K.
Ambrose, range officer and Darlene Ambrose.
-Star photo

* *


201 Per Copy


ALTON FENNELL


Fennell, Roberts



Returned to Office


County's Second


Highway Death
A 21-year-old New York man became Gulf
County's second traffic fatality of the year and its
first pedestrian fatality, according to Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper; Herschel Hill.
Robert T. Sevs, Jr., a native of Ron Kon Koma,
New York, was apparently struck by a motorist who
left the scene sometime late Friday night, on Highway
98, according to Hill.
Investigators have ascertained that Sevs was
apparently walking in a westerly direction on the
westbound land of Highway 98 about a mile west of
Highland View, when he was apparently struck from
behind. Investigators are not sure whether or not Sevs
was walking on the road or on the edge of the shoulder.
Death was apparently instantaneous and was not
discovered until early the next morning, when Sevs
was seen lying on the side of the road.
Sevs has been in the Port St. Joe area for about two
weeks, living at 522 Fourth Street. He had been
working at Raffield Fisheries for about a week prior to
his death.
Hill said the Highway Patrol is still investigating
the death and searching for information which would
lead to the location of the person who struck him with
the vehicle and left the scene of the accident.
Trooper Hill has publicly asked that anyone who
saw Sevs or any unusual activity in the area of "Dixie
Belle Curve" on the night of the accident to contact
Shim or the Gulf County Sheriff's Department.


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THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1982


Now, here's a switch for you.
Thursday of last week at a
meeting in Wakulla County, a
regional planning committee dele-
gation voted, 8-7, against allowing
the United States Corps of Engineers
removing rock formations from the
Apalachicola while the Department
of: Environmental Regulation re-
commended the Corps be allowed to
remove the rock.
: The rock removal, the' latest
ploy by the Corps to keep a nine-foot
-hannel in operation at a particu-
larly troublesome spot, near
Blountstown, has been the source of
Jome powerful arguments in the
past between DER and the Corps of
Engineers.
- Nobody expressly stated why
the DER changed its mind, but the
icuttlebut is that the DER was
finally convinced the removal of the
efocks would have no deleterious
effects on the river.
There were two interesting
things which came out of the
meeting. Whether the happenings
mean anything for the future or not,
iWe don't know. The differences
S Which came from the meeting were
s�iibstantial.
9 First, the local people were
Wanting to stop some change in
environmental matters while the
DER was not. That was a change in



I A Tremenc

If you listen hard enough, you
continue to get little bits and pieces
~f information which make you just
'f little bit more satisfied with the
conditionss here in Gulf County and
: ort St: Joe..
:' Those of us who live here know
i's a fine place .to live. - . ,
Last week, I heard a comienta-
L ,tr over a Louisiana radio station
: agging that he had been born in
the New Orleans area, stating it was
one of the best places in the world to
live. He remarked , that anyone
Coming to New Orleans would get so
mesmerized with the people, food,
surroundings and New Orleans in
general that he would never leave.
S That same thing holds true with
~ulf County and Port St. Joe. We
din't want everyone- to know about
iti however, or we would be up to our
tallest pine tree in people and you'd
have to ask everyone else to move
before you could get your big toe into
the damp sand and wiggle it.
What made us think of this
subject is two comments we have
heard recently. The comments were
both made by new residents to our
area.
One comment came from Rev.
Howard Browning, new pastor of the


the usual way of things. Matters still
were on a status quo in that the DER
and the local people were still at
differences over what was right and
what was wrong for a local area,
but the sides were changed.
It is an almost unheard of thing
for the DER to be more liberal in its
decisions than local people are.
SThe DER thinks it would be all
right to go ahead and blow up or
remove the rock formations. They
say no harmful effects will be
experienced.
Another difference in the big
meeting in Wakulla County was that
the DER changed its mind. They
not only changed their mind, but
admitted they were wrong in their
first assessment of the rock situation
in the river and would do an about
face on the. matter.
This is very un-DER-ish.
So far as we can remember, this
is the first time such a situation as
this has existed with DER in this
part of the county, We are usually
moving heaven and earth to explain
to DER how what we want done
would not harm anyone ... least of
all an oyster in Apalachicola Bay or
a snail darter. Such explanations
have become full-time employment
for several people in the past here in
the Panhandle.



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First Baptist Church, who we
overheard to remark, shortly after
arriving in Port St. Joe to make his
home, "This is a tremendous place
to raise a family!"
Since a family is one of the most
important things any of us will ever
raise, what better endorsement
could one wish for?
We'll agree, Gulf County is a
fine place toraise a family. If you
are inclined to the state of single-
ness, it is just as good a place for a
single person as it is for a family.
The second comment came from
Mrs. Mary Crymes, who was
speaking to Rotary Club last Thurs-
day.
Mrs. Crymes remarked, "I
came here from St. Louis and
Arkansas, and I have never lived in
a place in which I felt so unafraid."
When the crime rate is doubling,
tripling and quadrupling other
places in our nation, we suppose
feeling safe is an important matter
in a person's life.
Since we have never lived in
fear here in Gulf County, we can't
appreciate what it feels like to
suddenly feel safe and secure.
We're glad you can live like that
here.


Everyone should be re-
quired to smoke. If a person


AA Offers

Hope to

Drinkers
"Alcoholism has ben des-
ignated as a disease", an
Alcoholic's Anonymous speak-
er told the Kiwanis Club
Tuesday at their regular noon
meeting. "There is no known
cure for alcoholism. It can
only be arrested", the speaker
said. Describing alcoholism as
a disease which invades a
persons' spiritual, mental and
physical life and disturbs all
facets, affects the entire fam-
ily when it takes hold of one of
seven drinkers of alcoholic
beverages", the speaker said.
Describing himself as an
alcoholic who hasn't "seen the
need to take a drink for over 20
years", the speaker said he
had tried, everything - doc-
tors, hospitals, psychiatrists,
etc., but only the Alcoholics
Anonymous program had
worked .successfully for him.
-The Alcoholics Anonymous
chapter here in Port St. Joe is
not being utilized to its fullest
extent, the speaker charged,
stating the local chapter was
ready to help anybody who
needs help at any time of the
day or night. The' speaker
pointed out that there are no
dues to belong to AA. The
program is self supporting
and is open only to those who
"Have a desire to quit drink-
ing".
Guests of the Kiwanians
were Key Clubbers Lynn
Stephens, Lisa Porter, Robert
Taylor, Keith Jones, Tres
Parker and John Miller.


Tapper Is

Named to

GC Board
Governor Bob Graham re-
appointed. George G. Tapper
of Port St. Joe to the board of
directors of Gulf Coast Com-
munity College for a four-year
term.
Tapper says this will be his
last four-year term on the
college board. He was first
appointed in 1965 by Governor.
Hayden Burns to the State
Junior College Board. He was
named to the Gulf Coast
Junior College Board in 1966
and was elected chairman of
the board in June, 1968. He has
served. as chairman ever
since.


The precise geographical
center of the North Ameri-
can continent is in a town
called Rugby, North Dakota.


hasn't smoked by age 20, they
should be required to smoke
one pack of cigarettes a day
for at least one week. I think
I'll petition Earl Hutto to pro-
pose legislation to that effect.
The law would give people
several alternatives. They
could smoke the one pack of
cigarettes a day for one week
or if they were more inclined
toward image building they
could select cigars or a pipe.


The minimum would be five
extra long cigars per day or
one pouch of medium to strong
pipe tobacco a day. If they
didn't fit into any of the above
categories they could chew
one pack of Redman or Levi
Garrett a day for one week.
Compliance would be super-
vised by certified government
inspectors. Failure to comply
would result in a fine of ten
thousand dollars and/or ten


years in a federal peniten-
tiary. Local violators would
also be required to spend six
hours a weekend at the bar of
the 'Red Rooster in Panama
City without a gun or a drink.
"What would this ac-
complish?" you ask. "Many
things," I answer. First of all,
it will totally eliminate-inok-
ing within five years after the
law is passed and effectively
enforced. You may see a few
people around with a chew but
none will be lighting up.
The second thing it will ac-
complish is that it will arm the
non-smokers. When a smoker
lights up in an elevator or a
car, the non-smoker can light
up too and really show him
some smoke. The non-smoker
can retaliate by lighting up
when the smoker is halway
through his dinner and that


will show him where the
smoke drifts.
The most important thing is
that those who are compelled
to smoke will never have the
urge to light up again. One
week of bad breath, stinking
clothes, car and house, burned
mouth and throat, and holes
burned in carpet, carseat and
clothes, and these people will
fear tobacco like Little Red
Riding Hood feared the big
bad bear or was it a panther?
Anyway, they will be ready to
punch, kick, scratch, bite and
generally maul anyone who
ever pulls a Bic in their
presence. Thus we would have
the smoking problem solved in
a matter of five years.
There is only one flaw in this
masterful plan... I'll tell you
as soon as I find my cigaret-
tes.


What's the Difference Between A $30 Check and A $30 Million Check?


WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE be-
tween a $30.00 and a $30 million
check? They're both written on the
same size piece of paper. They both
contain basically the same information
and in many cases are drawn on the
same bank.
I had never seen a $30million check
until I saw the copy of such a check at
the Chamber of Commerce dinner last
week.
SIs $30 million a lot of money? It all
depends on how you look at it.
S George Tapper said it would take
about six or seven years to spend that
wad of money. Even spending the
money on something which costs a lot of
miiiiey, it will last a long time.
::-The Federal Government, on the
other hand,'can spend $30 million while
you are yawning just before you get out
do bed in the morning.
7 When you spend $30 million like we
d, it's a lot of money. When you spend
$30 million like the Federal Govern-
rient does, it's pocket change.
S++++
I TRIED TO FIGURE out'what I


would do with $30 million if that check
was made out to me personally, rather
than to the Port St. Joe Port Authority..
What could I do with $30 million?
I know you have heard the pat


answer concerning a large windfall. A
lot of people would reply, "I'd pay it on
what I owe as far as it would go."
Not me. I'm not ashamed to tell you
I don't have enough of whatever it takes
to borrow $30 million. I can tell you I
don't owe $30 million, so if I were to
have such a windfall I could spend'a few
days figuring out just how to spend the
money.


One thing for sure, I wouldn't be
like that fella out at Las Vegas recently
who won a half million and spent most'
of it trying to win more.
If I ever happen to accidentally go


three-fourths of the money trying to win
more, like that wino did. The sound of
that half million dropping out of the slot
machine wouldn't have a chance to
quieten down before I would be on my


esley R. Ramsey


to Las Vegas and just perchance,
stumble into a gambling casino and risk
a cartwheel in one of their one-arm
bandits . . . and, if by chance I would
strike the jack-pot for a half mil, I
would begin making plans for the next
100 years.
If I were to win a half mil, living a
100 years would be a cinch.
As I said, I wouldn't spend


way out of Las Vegas.
++++
I WON A JACKPOT of sorts, once,
way back when. The appliance dealers
here in Port St. Joe had an appliance
show going here in town and were
giving away a new electric clothes
dryer and $100 in cash.
I won the bundle. My name was
drawn and I won for the first, last and


only time in my life I ever won
anything.
I couldn't believe it at the time,
because you know how my luck runs.
I'm still using that electric clothes
dryer at home. When those appliance
dealers gave away a prize, they gave
away a good one. I think we have had
either one or two service calls on the
dryer since I won it, and both of those
were to put a new belt on the rotating
tub.
I spent the $100.
++++
AS GEORGE TAPPER pointed out
Monday night of last week, at the
dinner announcing the receipt of the $30
million for port construction, "This
isn't a large bond issue". He went on to
point out the financial house which
handled our loan had several for more
than a $100 million lying around in the
office in wastebaskets, shoe boxes,
cigar boxes and lying on the floor.
When you analyze it, $30 million
isn't so much money. In these days, a
building of any size at all costs a million
or more. Hardly a government project


comes up any more but what it costs at
least a million. It cost over a million to
build the new elementary school in
Wewahitchka, when just a couple of
years back, we were talking about
hundreds of thousands of dollars when
we talked "new schools".
Gulf County just recently spent
nearly $2.5 million just putting new
surfaces on paved roads in the county,
and re-paved only a small percentage
of the county's paved roads with that
princely sum.
A millionaire is almost to be pitied
these days. When a financier gets down
to his last million, he's nearly broke.
Other rich people start taking up
collections for a man down to his last
million.
Whether it's a lot of money or not,
Gulf County is happy to get this
particular $30 million. I know it will be
put to good use in financing our
long-desired deep water port facility.
++++
What's the difference between
$30.00 and $30 million?
Just four zeroes.


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 13
May 14
May 15
May 16
May 17
May 18
May 19
May 20


High Ht. Low Ht.
1505 1.5 122 -.1
1547 1.4 209 -.1
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tion of an above ground site is
going to be extremely expen-
sive.
Attorney William J. Rish
advised Kent he thought he
had obtained some leads in the
past few days on a possible
lease of some land in southern
Gulf County which could be
used for burial disposal of the
waste. Rish asked Kent to get
with him and try to work out
the details for presenting to
DNR for approval.
In the meantime, the county
authorized the purchase of
five used Swacar units which
have become available. The
units will be used at St. Joe
Beach, where a collection
station will be opened at the
end of Selma Street later this
year. Kent said he is also
presently working on sites at
Overstreet near Cypress
Creek and at Howard Creek.
He pointed out that Indian
Pass also needs the collection
service, since there is no place
in that area to place solid
waste.
'Kent said that with the
purchase of the additional
cars and a new budget year
starting in October, his de-
Spartment could begin making
plans for establishing this
service in the outlying areas
mentioned shortly after the
first of the year.
Kent asked for and received
permission to designate a spot
for scavengers to park their,
cars at dump sites, out of the
way of operating equipment
and .gave him powers to
remove vehicles of those who
continue to ignore the special
parking, spaces.
OPEN ALLEY
At the request of several
residents in the Fifth and
Sixth Street areas in Beacon
Hill, the Commission agreed
to open the alley between the
two streets so the property
owners may have access to
their property.
S The Commission said the
alley was already a dedicated
alleyway and they would get it
open as soon as Mexico Beach
could move several water
meters which have been ins-
stalled in the way.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business items, the
Commission:
-Called attention to their
vicious dog ordinance and
agreed to set the ordinance in
motion.
-Was notified by the Clerk
that resurfacing of Highway
71 was scheduled to begin by
June 18 of this year.
-Voted unanimously on a
motion by Commissioner El-
dridge Money to offer a
resolution to the Florida dele-
gation to Congress urging
them to support the presi-
dent's prayer in school propo-
sal.
-Agreed to consider the
abolishment of the county
occupational license ordin-
ance.


THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1982


Band Boosters Banquet


A new slate of officers was installed
by the Band Boosters organization at a
year-end banquet held in the Commons
Area of Port St. 'Joe High School last
Thursday night.
Tracy Pierce stepped down after six
years at the head of the organization, to
turn the leadership over to Perry
McFarland.
During his years of leadership, the
organization grew in membership and
activities, paying off a loan to the Gulf
County School Board for money borrowed

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to purchase new uniforms. The last
installment on the uniform payment was
made two months ago.
In the photo above, the new officers
are congratulated by retiring president
Pierce. From left to right are Martin
Perry, vice-president; Pierce, Jo O'Barr,
secretary, McFarland, and Carl O'Bar,
treasurer.
In the photo below, Pierce presents
band director, Dan Crews, with an attache
case as a gift from' the Band Boosters.
-Star photo


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Homegrown vegetables are
for sale locally at the Gulf
County Adult Activity Center
for Retarded Citizens.
These fresh vegetables are
grown by the Center's clien-
tele in the garden located at


the Center's site at 200 Peters
Street, Port St. Joe.
Squash and snapbeans pre-
sently are available and pkra,.
tomatoes and purple hull peas
will be ready for sale within a
month.


The vegetables are general-
ly priced commensurate with
grocery outlets in the area.
For more information regard-
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the vegetables, call the Center
at 229-6327.


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OBITUARIES:

Robert Lee Raffield, 70,

Dies Suddenly May 6


Robert Lee Raffield, 70, of
Oak Grove, passed away
suddenly May 6. He was a
native of Bay County, and had
lived in Gulf County for the
past 40 years. He was a
member of the Highland View
Assembly of God Church,
where he served on the Board
for many years. He was a
lifelong commercial fisher-
man, and members of his
family were among the first
commercial fishermen in Bay
County. .
Survivors include: his wife,
Mrs. Decima Raffield, Oak
Grove; one son, Robert A.
Raffield, Oak Grove; Five.
daughters, Amaryllis Weekley
of Bridge City, Texas, Iris
Williamson of Wewahitchka,
Shirley Jarzynka of Panama
City, Sonja Tuttle of Port St.
Joe, and Lou Sue Raffield of
Oak Grove; three brothers,
Carl J. Raffield of St. Joe


Beach, T. J. Raffield of Port
St. Joe, William Donald Raf-
field of Bel Aire, Maryland,
and also the late Bert Raffield,
formerly of Panama City;
seven sisters, Birdie Davis of
Sanford, Eloyce Pratt of Port
St. Joe, Jewel Eddins of Lynn
Haven, Sue Wesley of Carra-
belle, and Myrtice Robbins
and Myrtle Heirs, both of
Panama City; 12 grandchild-
ren; eight grandchildren; and
one'uncle, Rev. Coy Raffield,
Panama City.
Funeral services were held
at 3:00 P.M. Sunday at the
Highland View'Assembly of
God Church, conducted by the
Rev. Jean Shoots, and the
Rev. W. G. Mizelle. Interment
followed in the family plot,
Holly Hill Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home, Port St. Joe.


Mrs: Etta M. Burkett, 85, of'
Simmons Bayou, passed away
May 6 at Gulf Pines Hospital.
She was a native of Walton
County, and had lived in Gulf
County for the past forty
years. She was a long time
member of the Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church.
Survivors include: her hus-
band, Lester Burkett of Sim-
mons Bayou; a son, Lawrence
Burkett, also of Simmons
Bayou; one daughter, Loretta
Garner of Wewahitchka; two
brothers, Henry McDaniel of
Panama City, and Jay


McDaniel of DeFuniak
Springs; two sisters, Bonnie
Lee McDaniel of Georgia and
Edith Wilkerson of DeFuniak
Springs; eleven grandchildren
and fourteen great grand-
children.
Services were held Saturday
at 3:00 P.M., E.D.T. at the
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church, with Reverend David
Fernandez officiating. Burial
followed in the family plot at
Holly Hill Cemetery of Port St.
Joe.
Gilmore Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.


Revival at White City


,Revival services will be held
at the First Baptist Church of
White City May 16-21. The
services will begin each night
at 7:30 p.m., EDT. .
Rev. Virgil Vickers from
Bethlehem Baptist Church,
Fitzgerald, Georgia, will be
the evangelist. Bro. Vickers is
a graduate of Baptist Bible
Institute and has served
churches in Florida and
Georgia.
Mr. C. R. Weston will serve
as music director. Special
music is planned nightly. The
"Sonlights" of Midway Bap-
tist Church, Panama City, will
share their testimony in song
on Wednesday and Friday

Wilbur Knight,

63, Dies May 8
Mr. Wilbur Knight, 63, of St.
Joe Beach passed away sud-
denly Saturday at his home.
He was retired from the Air
Force for 20 years. He worked
for the Civil Service in Okla-
homa before coming here a
year ago.
Survivors include: one
brother, Al Knight of Dothan;
one sister, Beatrice Campbell
of Oak Grove; and many
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Monday at 2:00 p.m. (est) at
the Beach Baptist Church in
St. Joe Beach, conducted by
the Rev. William Smith and
Rev. Howard Browning. Inter-
ment followed at the family
plot, Holly Hill Cemetery.
Active Pallbearers were:
Frank Pate, Ray Maiden,
John Hanson, Harold Butler,
Donald Butler, Dwight Butler.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home, Port St. Joe.


nights.
Monday night will be
"Youth Night". The puppete-
ers from Highland View Bap-
tist Church will take part in
Monday's service and the
special music will be present-
ed by the White City Youth
Choir. All area young people
are encouraged to attend


Monday's services.
White City First Baptist
Church is located on Hwy. 71
in White City. Rev. James E.-
Pate is pastor.
Everyone is invited and
encouraged to attend the
revival services.


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The sanctuary of the Long
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St. Joe was the setting for the
candlelight, double ring cere-
mony on April 2 at 7:00 which
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Nichols and Dennis Neil Grif-
fin in marriage.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Nichols of
Pbrt St. Joe, and the groom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
SGriffin, also of Port St. Joe.
Performing the ceremony
was Pastor Ted Corley and
SReverend J. C. Odom. Direct-
irig the wedding was Mrs.
Jimmie McLeod of Port St.
J6e.
:The couple said their nuptial
vows before an altar centered
;with a large fan-shaped, brass
- candelabra holding white
tapers. On either side of the
candelabra were two large
brass urns holding massive
S arrangements of white and
S pink carnations.
Music for the wedding cele-
S bralion was rendered by Miss
' Plfebe Barlow, pianist and
Mii Mark Donnell, soloist.
: iv' ven in marriage by her
' p nts and escorted to the
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Presented her mother with a
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY13, 1982 T Choral Concerts
T wo Choral Concerts


inn Nichols and


Griffin Are Wed
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enhanced with chantilly lace. gifts from the brid
The sunburst pleated A-line attendants also wore
skirt and knife pleated hem- white lace gloves.
line fell softly to a chapel Little.Miss Angie


Slated Next Week


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Griffin,


Next Monday and Tuesday
evenings, you have the op-
portunity to sit back and be
entertained, by the choral
department of Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School, and the
students of Highland View
Elementary School, both of
which are under the direction
of Miss Ann Aldridge.
Monday, May 17th, at 7:00
p.m., the kindergarten to sixth
graders of Highland View
Elementary School will pre-
sent . a Spring Festival of
Music, at Highland View
Elementary School. These
young people will be present-
ing a variety of folk songs, as
,well as displaying the rhythm
coordination, and part singing


which they have worked on*
this year.
Tuesday, May 18th at 7:30
p.m., the choral department of
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School will present for your
enjoyment, "The Road Not
Taken!', in the high school
commons area. A variety of
musical roads such as. coun-
try, pop, spiritual, religious,
and folk medleys will be
presented to provide you with
a brief glimpse of the various
musical roads available for
your listening pleasure.
The public is invited to both
performances. An entertain-
ing and informative time is.
planned for all.


Long Avenue Baptist

Celebrating Anniversary


Sunday, May 16, is sche-
duled as Anniversary Sunday
at Long Avenue Baptist
Church with dinner and a
special afternoon program
planned. The church will
celebrate its twenty-ninth
year of Christian service to
the community.
' Following the morning wor-
ship service, dinner will be
served in the church's Fellow-
ship Hall. Starting at approxi-
mately 1:15, the Praise Choir
will kick-off.an afternoon of


music including songs from
"Daybreak", Mark Donnell
and Alford Ramsey, congre-
gational singing, and other
special music. Following the
music program, Bro. J. C.
Odum, pastor emeritus, will
bring an anniversary mes-
sage.
This will be an exciting day
of activities at Long Avenue
Baptist Church. All friends
and former members of the
church are invited to attend.


Mr. and Mrs. Griffin


length train. Complimenting
the bridal gown, the bride
chose a fingertip veil accented
with matching chantilly lace
adorned with a Juliet camelot
cap. For sentiment, the bride
wore a diamond necklace and
matching earrings, a gift from
her mother. .
The bride carried a cascade
bouquet that was fashioned
with white sweetheart bridal
roses, miniature pink carna-
tions, interspersed with
baby's breath and pink satin
streamers flowed from' her
bouquet.
Ms. Brenda Arnold served
as matron of honor and Ms.
Debbie Fowler served as maid
of honor. They were attired in
identical gownsof pink chiffon
with gently rounded necklines.
The floor length gowns were
'sbftly draped with scallops,
,,held by self-material roses.
They carried nosegays with
pink miniature carnations and
white sweetheart roses ac-
cented with baby's breath.
Their headpieces were open
crown, picture hats of match-
ing material, designed by the
bride's mother. :They wore
chokers of pink ribbon with


niece of the groom served as
the: flower girl. She wore a
street length dress of pink
cotton and short white lace
gloves, matching the honor
attendants...She carried a
white basket of rose petals. In
Sher hair was white sweetheart
Sroses with baby's breath. She
alsb ,ore a necklace with a
gold heart, a gift from ,the
bride.
Mark Collier served as best
man. Gioomsman was Bill
Hughes. Ushiers were Jeriy
Nichols; brother of the bride,
Jimmy Griffin, brother of the
groom, and Scott Lamberson.
The best man, groomsman,
'and ushers were attired in
silver tuxedos, complemented
with rose boutonnieres. .
Master 'Kyle Nichols, ne-
phew of thg bride, served is
ringbearer. ie"worria. �jtet
jacket with . matching white,
shorts. Complementing his
suit, he wore a miniature pink
rose bud boutonniere.
rThe groom was elegantly
attired in a full formal white
tuxedo, with a boutonniere of
two white sweetheart roses.
,The another of 'the bride
chose a street length dress of
rose pink knit. Her dress was
complemented by a corsage of
miniature, pink roses.
The mother of the groom
chose a street length dress of
pale blue chiffon. To comple-
ment 'her dress she wore a
corsage of miniature pink
roses. . -.
The bride presented the
groom's mother with a red
rose at the close of the
ceremony. -
Following the ceremony, a
reception was given by the
bride's parents ih'the church
Fellowship Hall.
Mrs. Virginia Arnold direct-
ed the reception with Ceiline
Fowler and .Sarah Maddox
acting as floor hostesses.
Assisting at the reception
were Sandra Martin and
Laura Collingsworth who
served the bridal cake; Cecille
Ropelis and Beverly Beard,
who served the punch; and the
groom's cake was served by
Barbara Collier and Brenda
Donnell.
Light hours d'oeuvres were
also served by Eva Collier and
Christie' Vinson. The bride's
book was attended by Sandra
Lamberson. Kristin Nichols,
niece of the bride, passed out
rice bags to the guests.
�For her going-away outfit,
'Mrs. Griffin wore a two-piece
white linen ensemble with a
navy blue accessories. She
alsov.wore a flower from her
bouquet.
After their wedding trip; the


Donald Thomas Shirah - Beverly Claryce'Beard


Engaged


Mrs. Louise Beard an-
nounces the engagement and
approaching marriage of her
daughter, Beverly Claryce, to
Donald Thomas Shirah, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shirah, all
of Port St. Joe. Miss Beard is
also the daughter of Charles
F. Beard of Panama City.
Miss Beard is a graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and
attended Gulf Coast Com-
munity College. She is em-
ployed with the St. Joseph
Telephone and Telegraph
Company.

couple will reside in Marietta;
'Georgia where the groom is
attending Southern Technical
Institute and the bride is
employed at Snelling and
Selling.
.A buffet dinner was .hosted
by the groom's parents for the
wedding party in the Fellow-
ship Hall of the Long Avenue
Baptist Church on April 1,.
immediately following 're-
hearsal. A buffet meal was
enjoyed by everyone.
: Baskets of pink and white
mixed flowers were used on
the tables.
Serving the. guests: were
Mrs. Frenchie Ramsey, Mrs.
Jean Adkison, Mrs. Mary
Harrison, and . Mrs. Alice
Ward.


Mr. Shirah is a graduate of
Rutherford High School. He
attended Gulf Coast Com-
munity College and Florida
State University. He is em-
ployed with Exxon U.S.A.
Super Tanker Fleet.
The wedding is planned for
July 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church. All
friends and relatives are
invited to attend. A reception
will follow in the church social
hall.

DAR Schedule

Last Meeting
The St. Joseph Bay Chapter
Daughters of the American
Revolution will meet Wednes-
day, May 19, at the home of
Mrs. Paul Kunel on 14th
street, Mexico Beach, for a
covered-dish dinner.. The
meeting will be held at 5:30
P.M.,1 arnd .will' be the 'last
before the summer recess..
The new officers will be
installed at this time, with
Mrs. Nobie Stone as Installing,
Officer.
After the May meeting, the
chapter will not meet again
until the third Wednesday in
October,:
Note: Mrs. Kunel lives in
the last house on the left.-


STACEY and ERNIE

Couple To Wed In June


Mr. and Mrs. Charles G.
Tharpe of Port St. Joe are
proud to announce theengage-
ment and approaching marri-
age of their daughter, Stacey
Lynn to Ernest Council Bryan,
III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
C. Bryan, Jr. also of Port St.
Joe. This joyous occasion will
be held at the First United
Methodist Church of Port St.
Joe on June 26th at 5:00 E.S.T.
with the Rev. Sidney Ellis
officiating. We invite you to
share in the joy when they
exchange their vows and
begin their new life together.
The bride's maternal grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Barney Alsobrook of Panama
City, and paternal grand-
parents are Mrs. Roy C.
Tharpe and the late Roy C.
Tharpe of Port St. Joe.
The groom's maternal
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Newell of
Apalachicola, and paternal
grandparents are Mrs. Ernest
C. Bryan, Sr. and the late
Ernest' C. Bryan, Sr. of
Carrabelle.
Both Stacey and Ernie are
life-long residents of Port St.
Joe and graduates of Port St.
Joe. High School. After the
wedding, they plan to reside in
Gulf County where they are
both presently employed.

Highland View

A Title I Meeting s
The Title I Program at
iHighland View Elementary
School will be conducting its
last meeting of the school year
on May 18 at 1:30 p.m. in the
Reading and Math Lab.
All parents and interested
persons are encouraged to
attend.






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The Gulf . County School
Board through the Florida
Diagnostic and Learning Re-
source System-PAEC, and the
Gulf CountO Guidance Clinic,
is sponsoring a community
service program to screen
preschool children, ages three
and. four years, to detect
potential learning problems.
Screening will be done in the
areas of hearing, speech and
language, concept formation
and fine motor coordination. If
it is found that a child is
experiencing difficulty, the
screening committee will
make recommendations for
follow-up.
Each child to be screened
must be accompanied by a
parent or legal guardian.
Screening sites and dates
are as follows: Wewa Ele-
mentary, Main Street Site,
May 20, 8:30 A.M.- 3:00 P.M.;
and Port St. Joe Elementary,


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Knox; mother of the groom-elect, Tonya- mother of the honoree. -Star photo



Honored With Shower


May 21, 8:30 A.M.- 3:00'P.M.
For further information,
call the Exceptional Student
Education office at 227-1558.

Keef Pettis

Graduate L.U.
Spring Commencement at
Livingston University will see
131 degrees awarded to per-
sons from 24 Alabama coun-
ties and four states. The 11:00
a.m. ceremony will be pre-
ceeded by a reception from
9:30 to 10:30 a.m. to honor the
graduates.
The May 29 ceremony will
feature an address by Briga-
dier General George P. A.
Forschler.
Graduating from Port St.
Joe is Barton Keef Pettis.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1982


Mis Tonya Allen, May 29 bride-elect of
Mike KLbx, was honored with a bridal shower
May 7 by friends and co-worlers of the
County Clerk's office. Miss Allen's chosen
colors of yellow and white were used in a


lovely cake with yellow roses. The hostesses
Presented Miss Allen with a crystal water
pitcher, and ise received many other very
nice gifts from friends and well wishers.


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Faith Christian School will facilities. Teachers will be
hold registration for the up- present to answer any ques-
coming 1982-83 school year onr tions you may have. For more
Friday, May 21st from 1 P M. details, feel free to call the
till 4 P.M., and Saturday, May school at 229-6707.
22nd from 9:30 A.M. till 12:00 ur Srin Carnival held
Our Spring Carnival held i
Noon. Registration will be last May 1st was a tremendous
conducted at the school office lat a a tremend
on 20th.,Street. success, thanks to the people
New students, as well as of our community who carrie
retnn students, are enl a out and participated We had a
returning students, are en- great day of fun and festivi-
ouraged t egstr a t this ies.
time. Each new student needs
to bring their Birth Certificate We would like to thank some
with them. A registration fee of the area businesses that
of'$15.00- is necessary to helped and donated to our-
process each student. There Carnival and Auction: Ham-
has been no increase in the monds Country Store, St. Joe
Registration Fee over the past Furniture, Roches Furniture,
year: St. Joe Hardware, St.'Joe Mrs. Pamela Coney Leslie
:Faith Christian School of- Drug Store, Costins, 'Gulf
fOrs four year old Kinder- Station, St. Joseph Bay Flow- M r Le s
girten through eight grade, ers, Decorator Den, Danleys, IV ,s. ies i
We are expecting our largest Hurlbut Hardware, Florida
eollment: qver., You.> are . Boy .Seafood,,,and:..Thame N am ed D ean
kIcome to come and see our Jewelry., . -

Summer Choir Program Scholar


Long Avenue Baptist
Church will provide a summer
children's choir program for
children grades three (gradu-
ating) through six beginning
Wednesday, June 2.
The MARK I CLUB (Music
and Recreation for Kids) will
provide both musical experi-
ences, recreation and Bible
Study every Wednesday morn-
ing during the summer from
9:00 to 12:00 noon. Mark


Donnell, Minister of Music of
Long Avenue Baptist Church,
will be directing the program.
There will be no charge for
the children, only a sack lunch
will be'required of each child
for lunch. Refreshments and
drinks will be provided..
All area children are invited
to enroll in the MARK I CLUB.
Contact Mark Donnell at the
church office for registration
information, 229-8691.


Mrs. Pamela Coney Leslie
has been inducted into the
"Assembly of Scholars" as a
Dean's Scholar by Dr. Ger-
trude L. Simmons, Vice-,
President for Academic Af-
fairs, and Dr. Walter L. Smith,
President of Florida A&M
University. This honor was
presented to Mrs. Leslie at the
University's annual honors
convocation on April 1, for
obtaining a cumulative grade
point average of 3.92.
Also, Mrs. Leslie was recog-
nized with honors at the 12th
Annual School of Pharmacy.
Awards Banquet on April 29.
She was presented the "High-
est Scholastic Achievement
.Award" for achieving- the
highest cumulative ' grade
point average of the sopho-
more class by Dr. Charles A.
Walker, Dean of the School of
Pharmacy.
Mrs. Leslie obtained anoth-
er 4.00 G.P.A. for the Spring
Semester of 1982. Pamela is
also listed in the 1981-82
National Dean's List.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1982


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Two Arrested On.

S.: The Gulf County Sheriff's which had been parked at the
S Department has arrested two boat landing adjacent to the
. :men in the past week, solving bridge.
several crimes of burglary, McLeod said he had recov-
forgery and theft. ered two pistols, a stereo and '
- According to Sheriff's inves- speakers which had been
i gator, Phil McLeod, two men taken from vehicles parked at
-'iave been arrested. Last the boat landing.
S F'riday,' McLeod arrested "We believe this arrest
:= 'johnny A. Williams, 21, of clears up at least four vehicle
Port St. Joe, a bridge tender at burglaries at the landing",
S the drawbridge at White City. Mcleod said.
iWilliams was charged by Williams is currently free on
K. '' -McLeod as being responsible his own recognizance.
for several thefts from cars Tuesday afternoon of this
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ig Beach Ling


|Festival Saturday
: The Mexico Beach Chamber Congressman Earl Hutto, lo-
. f Commerce Ling Fishing cal organizations, and the
S Tournament will draw toa Mexico Beach Marching
-:. lose on Saturday, May 15, Band, a conglomeration of
'vith a gala celebration, start- music dropouts. Kids decorat-
I' g at 10:00 a.m. (C.S.T.) with ing their bicycles will be given
i.. parade. a chance for 1st or 2nd place
S Some of the highlights of the rop the day's activities
parade will be the Mexico are the Kiwanis Flea Market
;,.." . each Beauty Pageant wm- at Marquardt's Marina, cake
. -ers, and Little Miss America, walk, balloon bust, volleyball
-I ' ,risty Dillard. Also partici- tournament, arts and crafts.
S eating will bethe Marianna For a refreshing experience,
Shrine Club, Smokey the Bear,. bring your bathing suit and sit
state dignitariess, including. �im our Dulnkin ac .. ,'
4. - ' v . There will be plenty of food
'1st B aptist and cool drinks throughout the
: day to keep your energy level
'1 up, .along with two bands to
' IL Y south keep the adrenalin flowing.
-. All contestants registering
for. beach games will be
SPrro raH . competing for Ist and 2nd
place trophies.
.'. : : The Youth of First Baptist Clip out the following sche-
Church are launching into a dule and join the festivities.
' Super Summer for' Youth" You won't want to miss out!
. th several activities within Ling Fiesta Day Agenda,
S the next few days. Saturday May 15: All activities are
'. evening, May 15, all the young Central Standard Time on
people will gather for a Pier Road, 37th St., Mexico
i. "Round-Up Time" Banquet. Beach, unless otherwise indi-
S Te .theme will be. western cated:
. With the Fellowship Hall de- 9:30 a.m., Parade line up,
. corated as an old corral. 15th St.; 10:00 a.m., Parade
. . 'Lariat" Larry, a cowboy . from 15th Street to Pier Rd.;
?',;. magician, will be the special 11:00- ?, Chamber Fish Fry;
S giest, along with several 12:00, Sand Sculpture, (limit 2
S surprises. A western menu of per team); 1:00 p.m., Scaven-
, Bar-b-que ribs and all the ger Hunt, Volleyball Tourna-
,.".' trimmings will be served from ment, Country Western Band
. the rear of a chuck wagon. "Southern Class"; 2:00, Log
S Dress will be western or Rolling, Marquardt's Marina;
casual. 2:30, three-legged race; 3:00,
3, -, .h Square Dance Exhibition,
S une 34 will find the First Tyndall Toe Tappers, Draw-
. Baptist youngsters making a ing for Items to be Given
two day trip to "Six Flags Away (and every hour after);
.: Over Georgia." A continuing 3:45, Fish and Tell Contest
part of "Super Summer" will (Come and tell the big one for
C f. find trips to the "Miracle two free dinners and a tro-
Strip", pool parties, cook-outs, phy); 7:00, presentation of
etc. Summer activities for awards and prizes; 8:00,
' 982 should prove to be the Street Dance, Variety and
S greatest ever. Rock Band, "Dark Star".


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Theft Charges


week, Sheriff's Deputy Bobby
Bagby arrested Raymond P.
Williams, 21, of Wewahitchka,
and charged him with three
counts.
Williams was picked up on a
complaint of allegedly taking
$900 worth of jewelry from the
home of Anna Belle Gaskin.
After the arrest was made
and questioning of Williams,
he allegedly confessed to two
other crimes which resulted


from an unsolved b
and theft of checks fr
Wewa Feed and Seed
One of the stolen
turned up at David Ric
in Wewahitchka, forg
cashed.
Williams has been c
by the Sheriff's Depa
with burglary, grand th
forgery. He is being hel
Gulf County jail under
bond.


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Four Win

District

Honors
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School has four students who
have won District honors in
the new' PRIDE program
which has been started by the
State of Florida Department
of Education to recognize out-
standing academic achieve-
ment.
SShown ii the photo at left
are: Mrs. Sam Ford, her
daughter, Teresa, Mrs. Ollie
Stutzman, Timothy Stutzman,
and Patrick May, with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. David
-May.
In the photo at left are Marc
Mahlkov and his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Gregg Mahlkov.
The four students will re-
present Gulf County in region-
al competition. The mathe-
matics award' was won by
Marc Mahlkov; the Science
S award by Timothy Stutzman;
the social studies award by
Teresa Ford and the writing
S award by Patrick May.
G . unter'sOffice
urglary
om the Helps People
Store.
checks Bill Gunter, State Insurance
h's IGA Commissioner, announced
ed and this week that 1059 people
contacted the Panama City
charged Service Office during the
irtment month of April.
left and :The Service Office assisted
d in the in the recovery of $76,628.00,
a $1,000 which was returned to policy
holders.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe,.Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1982


sell-out.
Chili Dogs, Sno Cones and
soft drinks will be offered for
sale by the Recreation Depart-
ment.
All proceeds from the items
and refreshments will be


donated to the Retarded Adult
Activity Center of Port St. Joe.
Everyone is invited to come
and see the beautiful and
imaginative "One of a Kind"
gifts for sale.


The first long railroad tunnel. in America
was completed in 1873, running through the
Hoosac Mountains in northwestern Massachusetts.


Winners of the Eighth Annual Ladies' Invitational Golf
Tournament held last week at the local St.'Joseph Bay
Country Club are shown above.


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 . .... . 7:00P.M





al . HIGHLAND VIEW

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TEMPERANCE "Where Jesus Christ Is King
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S SUNDAY SCHOOL..... ..10:00 A.M
GOODNESS MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP . . 6:00P.M.
S WEDNESDAY EVENING . 7:00 P.M.


Edwards Takes


Gaskin Trophy
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Shirley Edwards of Panama
City 'Country Club captured
the title in the 8th Annual
Ladies Invitational Golf Tour-
nament at St. Joseph's Bay
Country Club on Thursday,
May 6. Second place was won
by Julie Flynn of Tallahassee
and third by Dot Locke of
Panama City.
Winners of the remaining
flights were as follows: 1st
Flight- Chic Hammond, Kay
Hancock, and Gerrie Ford;
2nd Flight- Mary Ann Sapp,
Ruth Harshbarger, and Faye
Cox; 3rd Flight- Margaret
Brown, Lois Smith, and Mar-
gie' Ely; 4th Flight- Fran
Barnhill, Doris Garnett, and
.Berniece Joiner; 5th Flight-
Margaret Bonner, Helen
O'Boyle and Ruby Murphy;
6th Flight- Bobbie Watts,
Frances Chafin, and Mary
Weathers; 7th Flight- Sybil
Saunders, Dot Thomas, and
Vivian Hardy; 8th Flight-
Barbara Brodnax, Mary
Thomas and Margaret Smith.
Awards were also given to
Ruby Murphy and Faye Cox
for the longest drive; and to
Bonnie Bonner and Margaret
Chancey for the closest to the


pin on par 3's. This tourna-''
ment is sponsored each year
by David Gaskin in memory of
his father. The annual event
was enjoyed by a field of 85
ladies.

Have Booth At

Ling Festival
The Art Guild of Port St.
Joe, Recreation Department
is sponsoring a booth on Pier,
Road at the Ling Festival tobe
held May 15th.
Items for sale include cera-
mics, shell craft, painted sand'-
dollars and miscellaneous
items.
Ceramic greenware was
donated by Dot Guilford of
Country Charm Ceramics,
Tracy Gaddis of Seaside Cera-'
mics, Inei Ceramics of High-
land View, and Hobby Crafts
of Panama City.
The Shell Shack donated
shell items, several indivi-
duals donated sand dollars to
be painted. All items will be ,.
nominally priced and hopes'
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1982


CARD OF THANKS
Thank you for your cards,
phone calls, and your prayers.
I am back home again for
several weeks. I will return to
Kepaler Air Base, Mississippi
in 'June for more test and
surgery, and will need your
prayers.
Again, thank you for re-
membering me.
,'BiL Zagorski


County Tract

estuarine sanctuary.
-St. George Island, Unit 4, an 86-
acre site located to the east of the causeway bridge
on St. George Island in Franklin County.
Acquisition is sought to prevent development of
the tract, which would degrade water quality in
Apalachicola Bay and affect the bay's important
oyster fishery.
Emerald Springs, 970 acres located on
Econfina Creek less than 20 miles north of
Panama City in Bay County. The creek is the


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largest tributary of Deer Point Lake, which
supplies the water for Panama City.. .
-Beverday-Sweetwater Creek, 12,400 acres
along the Apalachicola River north-of Bristol and
adjoining Tdrreya State Park to the south in
Liberty County. The property is considered
environmentally endangered and is noted for its
ravine systems.
-Shell Island, 1,500 acres comprising part of a
barrier island adjacent to St. Andrews State
Recreation Area in Bay County..


-Mashes Sands, 302 acres comprising a point
of land on Mashes Island, overlooking Dickson and
Ochlockonee bays in Wakulla County.
-Dog Island, 1,300 acres comprising a barrier
island off the coast from Carrabelle in Franklin
County. Considered environmentally endangered,
the land is ranked high in natural resources.
- approximately $64 million will be available for
purchases this year from a combination of trust
funds.


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having- their first experience portunifies for every kind of
\ith afi generation of older involvement and participation
ipeople... , ' ' in civil life, volinfeer service,
' Today's older generation re lremployment and the
l as'feW gapsi'ii3thl.ira3hs'p f tola'"life" .f ecominunfy.
people in their"60's- .inibst 'iey neidl pportinities to be
e'ery.hone ' has- suivived.'It prbldutive in s'siety, -not
iAcludes record :numbers of liabilities. ' '" .,
Spers-on living well intd 'their south ey often need
s s sA dLikeyouth, they often need
S7' 86's; 90's and biydnd: a littlehelp in getting started.
.Older people' ere always pat In sheer numbers, older
oV communities, buf ndver'in people are now catching uip
isch large numbers. with youth and are about to
SLonger life .has become a surpass them.
visible fact, 'dramatized daily I n'1980, the total number of
in the ih6mes aiid streets -of Anieritans 60 years afd over
6America by 35 million persons surpassed the fist time the
. aged 60and'-ovei : ' r:. fotal numberr of.thildren up to
,.IComrmunities "in the past 6age lory youths from 11 to 19.
'~ended ' to overlook ' older Each of these: population
-.people while serving children groups hovers'around 35 mil-
-i1d ybuith witi ovrwhelifiiiig lioii now, but the old-r popula-
,shares of comimitfiityr se~-rie; tioh group is iihdreasing-much
slio6lifig, and rretidrn Ip-' faste- thain th ig'clildren -and
r p0rtinities. Tere' used to ie youth groups. " '
e leo oth~ e ageo . .anof, the programs and
I. o w.-~ries- a growing - 'seRycs-;: 'now-.emergMpg '"in
-realizatio that older'.people, most:American comm~ cities


leading contributors to the
effort. They rank high among"
the providers of services to the
elderly. Older volunteers far
outnumber paid workers at
the nutrition sites which serve
hot lunches to older people
(167 million meals in 1980).
Older volunteers also perform
a high proportion of tasks in
senior centers and community
service facilities.
About 256,000 volunteers
serve in the nutrition pro-
gram, outnumbering paid
staff by about eight tb one. The
great majority bf these volun-
teers are themselves older.
people.
Another' 31,000 persons 60
and over volunteer their time
to the 594 Area Agencies on
Aging which form local focal
points in the nationwide aging
network.
If you are interested in
learning more about the pro-


IMayor Frank Pate, seated, signs a proclamation
designating the month of May as Older Americans Month in
Port St. Joe: Looking on,, from left, are: Brenda Moore,


'for' older people seem to be
developing in the way school
systems developed for the
youngest persons of the com-
munity in earlier times.
Communities 'are now at
various stages in their de-
*velopment: of systems of edu-
cation, recreation, social, nu-
tritiblt and .health care ser-
vices for older people.
In'..inost communities a
great deal more needs to be
dorie, both in building ade-
quate services and in rede-
fihing existing facilities to
iake them more accessible,
arid better suited to older
people.
-So6ie communitiess already
haye large parts of their


service systems for older
people in operation. Nutrition
programs and social services
for older people operate in
thousands of-American com-
munities. About 5,000 senior
centers nationwide generate
programs and activities de-


director of the Gulf County Senior Citizens Association,
Jewell Walton and Mary Kirkland, members of' the local
organization. -Star photo


signed to keep older people
well, productive, and actively
engaged in pursuits that bene-
fit themselves and their com-
munities.
Some communities can offer
considerable help to partially
disabled older persons so that


they remain in their own
homes or find a new home
setting with some assistance
to compensate for their dis-
ability, perhaps in a group
living arrangement. Adult day
care centers are emerging in
many parts of the country as
another alternative-to institu-
tionalization of the elderly.
Help is needed in most
communities to expand the
array of available programs,
services, and opportunities.
Older people themselves are


grams available to: senior
citizens in Gulf County, call
Brenda Moore at 229-8466.


Cancer Meet ;
There will be a board
meeting Friday at noon of the
Gulf County Unit of the
American Cancer Society at
Pauline's Restaurant.
The meeting will be a dutch
treat affair. All board mem-
bers are asked to attend and
bring a friend who is inter-
ested in the work of the Cancer
Society.
CARD OF THANKS
Thank you for your prayers
and kindness. A special thanks
to the Gulf County Volunteer
Ambulance Squad for their
service during Jack's illness
and operation. .
Jack and Wauneta Brewer


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Mrs. Gentry, who works as a secretary to Pennington
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has consumed some 577.1' gallons of Diet Dr. Pepper in the
past year. A quick doodle with a sharp pencil shows that
Dorothea had to consume an average of 18.2 cans a day, 365
days a year, to make her record. This figures out to about
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PAGE TEN


THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1982 THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1982


Prospects Dim


for Removal




Rocks In Riv

-From the Tallahassee Democrat sinking deep
process entr
In a 8-7 vote, a regional planning committee Hydrologis
refused Thursday to approve a plan to in the average
S remove underwater rock ledges that may construction
endanger cargo-laden barges from the also believe
Apalachicola River. entrenchmer
The vote by a committee of the Apalachi- stabilizing it
cola Regional Planning Council will not kill "We have
the plan to remove the rocks at four sites in a the past has
S 14-mile stretch of the Apalachicola River. and isn't like
But the vote could mean that local officials Leitman, an
S will withhold their approval of the proposal, member whc
; without which the project cannot be done. the Apalachi
"We feel that whatever comes down the removal was
river is the lifeblood of the seafood industry in The Techh
Apalachicola Bay,"'"said James Floyd, a up of represe
Franklin County planning commissioner on the river, pi
S the committee. , and represer
"Every time you alter the river in any way, Their vote
that will accentuate the problems we have recommend
today." in Gadsden,
Floyd was among county and state officials Those court
: who voted against the Florida Department of determined '
Environmental Regulation's fecommenda- by'the rock
tion -to grant the U.S. Army Corps of counties disa
Engineers a permit to dredge or blast rocks in be issued.
the northern part of the river. Gadsden al
S Industrial barge interests in Georgia and indicated th
-. 'Alabama have tried several years to get County may
Florida officials to allow the rock removal. "Liberty C
r ' By law, the corps is required to maintain a with growth i
100-foot-wide, 9-foot-deep channel for barges said Joe Bui
Traveling the river from the Florida border to sioner at the
the Gulf of Mexico. Although that is done "But as a
, mostly through dredging sand from the river doing now,
' . bottom, the corps contends:tock rinioial also Liberty' C(
is needed to avoid costly daaige to passing duled to vd
Sbarges. . . application.'
In the past, the Florida Department of Besides Lil
Environmental Regulation has opposed the permit was
idea of rock removal. State Game
... But at the Thursday meeting of the sion.
'Technical Review Committee of the planning ",We still
t.:- ., council, staff -members from 'the state project," Ei
environmental agency recommended'that the members.
.corps permit be';granted. First was
S' The turnabout came, according to environ- on wild cre
:- merital-agency staff members, because new Second, the-
Sdata available in'Tecent indnths" convinced five-year stu
', them that-rock removal wouldn't hasten the "We feel their
~', rate at widich theriver eatsraway its bed, undermine o


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..IN WASHINGTON.*

WITH .P t






H UTTO

S************* * * * *********

THE HOUSING MARKET
,i: The American dream of comes of up to 130.000 a year
S owning a home is being severe- .would be eligible for reduced-
ly hindered by a depressionary rate.mortgages on new homes.
standstill in the housing in- The-gosernment would rro-
dusiry. For the past 40 side subsidies to cut the mor-
months, housing aclivity has gageinterest rates b.yas much
. been on a steady decline, as 4 percent, but not below II
creating what has been percent. This remporar\
S described as "rhe deepest and 5-year plan would provide for
most prolonged housing a. late repayment to the
depression in the posi-Woild Treasury 'as buyers sell or
War II era.". refinance their homes.
S Total housing starts"-or In addition to Senator
1981 were I.I million, the Lugar's proposal. the Housing
lowest annual production and Community Deelopment
since 1946, according to the Amendmenis of 1982 are
Commerce Department. By pending in the House. This
comparison, in Noember legislation addresses the cur-
1978, just before the rent crisis bv extending ex-
downturn, builders started isling Housing and Lrban
new homes at an annual rate De\elopment programs for
of 2.1 million units. In low- and moderate-income
February, sales of new single- buyers. Representative Henry
family houses were at the Gonzalez of Tesas. sponsor of
second lowest le\el since this tll. labors ths approach
the Commerce Department because it would not e-mail the
started collecting such figures creation ol a new. untested
in 1963. The department program.
reports that 336,000 new There I, no denying thai
homes were sold in February, the housing industry, which
compared to 872,000 in Octo- includes contractors, trades-
Sber 1978. Eiustlng homes were men, suppliers and realtors, is
sold in December 1981 at an in dlre need of some sort of
annual rate of 1.95 million relief. However. the type of
unjits, down 52 percent from relief needed continues to be
the peak level of 4 million the major question. Due to the
r recorded in November 1978, added cost associated with a
. according to the National .housing subsidy and the pro-
Association of Realtors. ected delfcit for fiscal year
Th. 1983. Congress may be re-
The primary problem luctant to10 create a new hous-
'.. plaguing the industry and ing program. Additionally, the
home buyers is record-high in- Administration strongly feels
terest rates. In March. con en- that, with cuts in federal
tional mortgage rates averaged spending coupled with sound
17.5 percent. At those rates, it economic pracnces, the pres-
has been estimated that 85 per- ent high interest rates can be
cent of our nation's families significantly lowered Even
' ar nriced our of the new .h .... , r-^


home market. At the same
time, there is a present surge
in demand for housing. Cen-
sus officials say more than 40
million Americans will turn 30
during the 1980's, creating a
predictable record demand for
new homes.
As in the 1974-75 housing
slump, Congress is considering
a variety of emergency plans
to help middle-income home
buyers. The plan recei% ing the
most attention is a bill in-
troduced by Senator Richard
Lugar of Indiana. Under his
proposal, families with in-



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I oUUg I II I congress IIas not
come to a consensus, the point
agreed to by all concerned is
that housing must, once again,
be made affordable, if we are
to recapture the American
dream of owning a home.

Crab Quiche

This week Nancy selected
a recipe by Mrs. James E. Van
Zandt, wife of the former
Representative from Penn-
sylvania.

1-2 cup mayonnaise
2 tablespoons flour


of




rer

er into the earth Experts call the
enchment.
its have measured a 3 2-foot drop
ge level of the riverbed since the
of Jim Woodruff Dam. Experts
that although the dam hastened
it, the river is once more
self.
concluded that removing rocks in
n't caused major entrenchment
ely to in the future," said Steve
Environmental Regulation staff
specializes in issues concerning
cola River4 The last major rock
s in 1970.
ical Review Committee is made
ntatives of the six counties along
us Wakulla and Leon counties,
ntatives of seven state agencies.
Sis to be passed along as a
nation to the county commissions
Jackson and Liberty counties.
ties are the ones the corps has
would be most directly affected
removal. If any one of. those
pproves the permit, it would not

nd Jackson county officials have
iey support the plan. Liberty
not go for.it.
countyy doesn't want to interfere
n Jackson or Gadsden counties,"
rke, a -Liberty County comrris-
SThurs-ay committee meeting.
whole, lboking at what the river's
we can'tjupport the permit."
county cffimissioners are sche-
le next month on the permit

bertyoifftcials, concern about the
voiced by Neil Eichholz,'of the
and Freshwater Fish Commis-

have tw'o-problems with the
ichholz told, fellow committee

concern about long-term effects
atures that live in the river.
comnmijsio�: has just' begun a
idy .of'animal life in the river.
interruption of rock removal will
iir study somevehat."


2 eggs. beaten
i' -cup milk
71 o'uice can crabmeat (or 6
an | ' dunce, acka'ge'frezel)
,., shredded"185 iss

S clip sliced green onions,
using some tops
I 9 inch- unbaked pasir)
shell


Combine mayonnaise, four,
eggs and milk and mix until
blended. Stir in the crabmeat,
cheese and onions. Pour into
pastry shell and-bake at 3500
for 45 minutes. May be frozen
after baking.



GIlf County

School Lunch



Menu

Monday, May 17
Turkey sandwich, cheese,
lettuce and pickle, corn, ap-
plesauce, and milk.
Tuesday, May 18
Beef-a-roni, green beans,
tossed salad, buttered roll,
and milk '
Wednesday, May 19
Chicken .with rice and
gravy, turnips with roots,
buttei'ed cornbread, fruit cup,
and milk
Thursday, May 20
Hamburger with cheese,
lettuce, pickle, French fries,
sliced peaches with peanut
granules, ,nd milk.
Friday, May21
Tacos, shredded lettuce and
tomato,'buttered corn, grated
cheese, orange half, cookie,
and milk.,

All menus are subject to
change due to the availability
of foods.


Mexico Beach

Chamber Meet

There will be a special
meeting of the Mexico Beach
Chamber of Commerce on
May 17 at 7:00 p.m., C.S.T.
All members are urged to be
present.


FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given hnat pursuant to
Saclion 86509 Florida Stalules. Ine
undersignea owner inlenos to register
wlth Ine Clerk ol the Circui court Oull
County Floriaa. lour weeks aller me firsi
puolicalion of I sI notice. the licTillous
name or trade name unaer wnich ne will
De engaged irl Duilness ana in wnich sala
business Is to be Iiansaciea. to-wil
WEWA REALTY
1501 2nd Slreet
Phone 904639-5078
Post OTihce Box 157
Wewenllchka. FL 32465
FranK Graday Owner
4lp 513


Beach, Florida 33402. Kirk C Zuelcn
� State Attorney lor meI Sixeentn Juafc.ai-
Circuit of Florida, P. O. Box 1086, Key
West, Florida, 33040. Micnael J Salz.
State Attorney tor the ' Sevenleentn
Judicial Circuit of Florida201.SE. Sixth
Street. Ft. Lauderdale, :Flqrida,-33301; -
Douglas L. Cheshire, Jr., State Attorney
for the Eighteenth Judicial- Circuit of
Florida. Brevard County Courthouse;'400
South Street, Titusville, :Florida. 32780;
Robert E. Stone, State Atiorney for the
� Nineteenth Judicial Circuit of Florida,-,P.
S0. Drawer 4401. Ft. Pierce, Florida, 33454;
SJoseph P. D'Alessandro,,State Attorney
for the Twentieth Judiciali-'Circuit of
Florida, P. 0O Drawer 399, ,Ft.. Myers,
Florida 33902; by certified Unifed States
mail this 7th day of May, 1982.
/s/LUCY H. HARRIS,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
DIVISION OF BOND.FIANCE
Room 453, Larson Building -
Tallahassee, Florida 3230' :
(904) 488-7481'
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NOTICES

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SE-
COND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR LEON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVILACTION NO. 82-1078
DIVISION OF BOND FINANCE of thIe
STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
GENERAL SERVICES, a public body cor-
porate, on behalf of the STATE OF
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL
RESOURCES,
Plaintiff, -.
vs.
STATE OF FLORIDA, and the several Tax-
payers, Property Owners, and Citizens'
thereof, Including Nonresidents owning
property or subject to taxation therein.
and All Others having or claiming any
,ignt ltile or interest In properly to Oe .
fected by issuancee ot Ine Bonao aescr .c
'eo in na Complaint and All Oih-ers to be
aliecleo in any way tnereD
Delenaanls
IN RE 5200 000000 STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL
RESOURCES SAVE OUR COAST
REVENUE BONDS
ORDER
NOTICE TO STATE OF FLORIDA AND
THE SEVERAL TAXPAYERS PROPERTr
OWNERS AND CITIZENS THEREOF. Il
CLUDING NONRESIDENTS OWNING
PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION
THEREIN. AND ALL OTHERS mA',IHG
OR CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR IN.
TEREST IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED
By THE ISSUANCE OF THE BONDS
DESCRIBED HEREIN AND ALL OTHERS
TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY WAY'
THEREBY
you ana eacn or ,ou ana the State 1o
SFlorda Ihnrougn Ine Stale AIornei Ir.r
Ire Firsi Second Third, Fourln Film.
Sixtn Seeenin. Eignln. Elevenin Twellin
Tnirireel n Fourteenln Flifeenlr, Six
leenln Seventeenin Eignteenin Nine
leennr ana Twenlleln Judicial Circuit or
Florida are neraby reurira 10 appear
belore tnis cort in the Cnamberl vor rne
under.ignea Circuit Judge at The Leon
County Courlnouse. in Tallahassee
Floriaa on Ine 1in ay ol June. 1982. at
900 o Clock A M and snow cause. 1, any
you ha.e. why tre prayers ol Ihe Com
plaint 11leO ir. the above-styled cause
anoula rno be granted and Ine Bone Ine
security inerelor. anda ioceedari,
jaliaaled ara conlirmea as h'erein
prayed Tne Bonds to De issued by Ine
Plairlnll nerein re are scroeo as lollows
$200.000,000 STATE OF . FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL
RESOURCES SAVE OUR COAST
REVENUE BONDS Inersenalter Bonds' I
to lllance acquistllon and Improvemenl'"
ol' lands water areas, ana related-
resources in Bay Brevard. Browara.
Charlotte. Citrus Collier. Dade. Dixe,
Ouval. Escambia Flagler. Franklin. Gull.
Hernardo, HIIISDorougn. Indian River,
Jellerson. Lee Leon. Levy. Manalee Mar
lin Monroe. Nassau. Okalooaa Palm
Beacn 'Pasco. Pinellas S Jonns. SI
Lucle Sania Rosa. Sarasola. Taylor. r
SVolusia, Wakulla. and Wallon.counlies.
Florida, as more lullf described in In
resolution ol Ine Governor and Cabinet ol
the Slate o0 Florlaa line "Resolution"l as
the governing:board ol the Division ol
Bond Finance'of Ihe Slate ol Florida
Department ol General Serices (lhe-
"Division *) wrich Resolullon. oaled May -
4, '1982, authorizes Ine issuance ol the
Bonds Tne Resolution provides thal Ine,
Bonas in an'aggregate principal amount
not to exceeo two nhlndrea million dollars -
1$200000.0C00 shall be aaled ana snail
mature on such dales and in sucn years:
and amounts as snail De provided by.
SuDOequenI resoluliorn of the D.vissori
adopted on or prior to theslesalt 1 in
Bonds. The Bonds may be issued sul -
iltar.,ally, re lorim. ana snaIi ce suB
eacti o1tiner 1arms ana conaions as rro-
video in ine Resolution The Bonds shall
be issued pursuant to Ihe Drovisionrs 0
Ire Outdoor Recreation and Conservation
Act or 1963 IChapter 375. Florina
Slalutesi and Ine Stale Bonad Act
IChapltr 215 Florida Stalules). and snall
sear ,r,ierest 'l not exceeair.g Ihe max
Imum lawful raie' d inlierel on the dale
Ine Bonds are solo
Tne Clerk of Inis Coutl is 'drecled 10
cause a copy ofl nis Oraer to be publish
ed once each week for Three 13) con-
secultve weeks commencing wiln the
firsi puoIlcallon wrion shall nol'be less
thar. wenly 120) days prior lo the dale sA
lor Ine hearing herein. in newspapers 6t
general circulation published in Bay.
Brevara. Broward. Cnarlolle. Cilrus. Col-
lier. Daoe. Dixie- Duval. Escambia
Flagler. Franklin Gull. Hernando
Hillsborougn. Indian River, Jefferson
Lee. Leon- Levy. Manatee',. Martin.
Mohroe,-Nassau Okaloosa. Palm Beach.
Pasco Pinerlas, S Johns. SI Luce. San.
la Rosa. Sarasola, Taylor, Vol'sla,
WaLkula and Wailon counties. Florida' -
DONE AND ORDERED in Cnambers at
Tallanassee. Leon Countl. Florloa .ths
E6h day or Maj. 1982
is Vicror M Cawlnon Circuil Juage
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I DO HEREBY CERTIFY thal a Irue and
correct copies o1 the Complaint ana Ihe
Order in tne above-styled action have
beer, sarveo on Curtis A Golden. Slale
Attorney lor In First Judicial Circuit of
Florida. P 0 Box 12726. Pensacola.
' Forma. 32575. Donald S Modesill. Slale
Alior-.ey lor Ina Second Judicial Circuit
ol Florlas, 500 Lewis Slale Bank Build.ng
Tallanassee. Florida 32302. Jerry M
Blair Sial. AIr.rrne r Ir Ine Tnro Juaica
Circuit ol Floridaa P O Drawer i546, Live
Oak Florna 320o0. T Edward Auslln, Jr
Stlale AllrnC-y lo' the Fourth JuOdii:al CIr
cull Ci Florida, 600 Dusal Count, Cour
iriou, Jacksonville Florida 32202 GO:r
d,.:,, C Oiaham Jr . Slale All.'orney lor In
Fiiir, Judicial Cicuilt o01 Florida. P O Bc'>
10B6 Ta'.ares FIorOa 32778. James T
Rus.'il Sinae Aliorney Ior the Si|xr.
JuOi:ial Circuit oi Florida. 416 Pinenlla
Count, Courlncuse Clearwaler FlorliOa
33516 Slepnen Lewis Boyles State At
I:,rne, Icr the Sevenlr, JijOlClal Circuit o
Florida Courinouse Annex 125 E
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320141 Eugene T Wnilworln, State Al
Ic.iney lor Ine Eignin Judicial Circuit or
Florida P O B., 1437. Gaine6snlin
Florida 32602 Janeal Ren Slate AI
lorrey lor Ine Elcverin Judicial Circuit oi
Florloa Metropolilan Justice Building
1351 NW 12in St. Miami Florida 33125
Jameni A Gardner. Stale Attorney lor the
Twellth Judicial Circull ol Florida 2070
Main Streel Sarasola Florida 33577 E.J
Sai.:ines State Allorney lor the Thir
Ieenlr, Juld:lal Circuil oI Fiornaa: Counly
Courtnouse Aniei Tampa. Fonrloa
33602. James Paul Appleman Slate AI
Iorney lor mne Fourleenn Juolcral Circuit
of Flori.a P O Box l61S Marianna,
.Florida 3244E Davia H Bludworln, Slate
Attorneyorneyfor te Flleenlh Judcil Circul
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1982


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NOTICE OF TAX CERTIFICATE SALE

Pursuant to Chapter 197.062. Florida Statutes. Notice is hereby given that on the.
- 1et day ol June, 1982. at two o'clock P.M.. Tax Sale Certilicates will be sold on the'
. following described lands to pay the amount due lor the taxes herein set opposite the
same, together with all costs of such sale and all advertising. Sale sl to be held at the
SGllf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe, County of Gulf. State of Florida
EDA RUTH TAYLOR - TAX COLLECTOR


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LOT 5 (90 BY 210 FT ORB 74/o61
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LOT 4
KENTUCVY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNII NO. I
IN S 9 I 4 R 9
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LOT I
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ORB 31/6b%
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UNIT NO. I SECTION 30/4/9
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BLA n RE'1 HULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2
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bLK P RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2
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BLK I RISHES SUanDVISION 10�.26
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BLK I RISHES SUBDIVISION 5b6.41
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BLK 3 DISHES SUBDIVISION 3. 0.26
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I --GAINOUS JOHN 0.e CARYION a 2346.002
ALK 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION 810.26
'LOT 11
--B AR CLARLES E. FT U a 2347.020
BLK 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION 183.83
LOT 3J 1N112 OF LOT 4
* -RENDSICK BOBBY ET Ux ' 250
dLk 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION S30.26
LOT 39
SCLELKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. I
TO WNEAhll:HKA. FLORIDA
SECTION I2 1 4 r 10
-OLIVER JONATHAN WALTER 0 2361
SBLK I CLECKLES ADDITION UNIT NO. 1 123.34
LOT 22 09q 81/714
IOA GRIFFIN SUBDIVISION
TO WEMAHIICHKA. FLORIDA
IN SECTION 25 I 4 I0
25 * 4 10 -OLIVER DOROrY z' 25
225 FI ON COCHRAN RD. . BACK 1135.72
S , - RETO HENRM AVE. FROM MILLERGREN
AE. A 0- . 3ECD-2419 -
--SUAER FRANKCIY 2452.002 - +
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LOTS o6 C 61 .14 ACRES
ORB 65/?21
26 4 10 -BEAN JOHN I. tT UA 0 2452.016
OAB 80/519 S30.26
26 4 10 -HANO BRYANT EI UX 0 2455
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26 4 10 -BQSIICK VERA 6 CHILDREN S 2456
BEG AT ITE SAC OF 61I/4 OF NlI/4 39.00
OF 26 RUN E 99 OYS N 297 FT I 99
YD S 297 FT TO P3B LESS TO BELL
VIE LIANS
WILLIAHSBURG SUBDOIISION
TO AEBAhITCHKA. FLORIDA
IN SECTION 26 T 4 4 10
--DDISON ALBERIA B 2492
iLK b WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION $28.51
LOT I1 ORB 82/7
-- BASS, UILLIE FRED a 2511
BLK E WILLIA4SBURG.SUBDIVISION 117.04
LOTS 9. I10
--ROSTICK-CHARLES I VERA 251)
q BLK G MILLIAMlSBURG SUBDIVISION _ 37.5s
LOT 2
--FINOLEV READYY P 2534
'J BLK G 0 ILLIAMSBuRG SUBDIVISION (32.84
LOT 3 . .
*INE RlDGE SUBDIVISION
TO AF.r aiTC:KA. FLORIDA
IN SECTION 23 T 4 1 10
--HAND bRYANT I ANNIE GENE a 2538
BLK 1 PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION 1118.34
LOT 4 ORB 69/723
--HILL . ILLIA R. B 2541
BLK 3 PINE 8IDGE SUnDIVISION 3124.29
LOT 6
LESIERS SUBDIVISION
: OF Em.AHIHIHKA. FLORIDA
SECTION 36 I 4 R 10
--A*nHIEhURST JOIN . a 2970.010
LESIERS SUBDIVISION 9.00O
LOTS 35. 56. 37, 39, ORB 73/21
FROA LINDSEY
3b 4 10 -GAR bE' JAMES 2584.001
A LOI 90 BY 145 FT. FROM SEAVY 8211.57
REE'D ORB 51/662
36 4 10 -HJGHES WIlLIAM WILLIS 0 2586
SRECD ORS 57/93d FAOM MWHALEYI 103.10
36 - 10 -;RA MARTHA. B 2590
RECORD OaRB 12/e FROM WHALEY S44.6
RFING 130 BY 165 FT. LOT
IhOMAS SUBDIVISION OUT OF SEC 16
AND 25 IMP 4 SR I0 ESTr FILED
FOR PYMANSENT RECOtO SEPTEMBER
26. 1918 REC'D PLAI ROOK J PAGE
I. PUBLIC: RECIEROS
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ORR 34/68 311.51
3l 4 10 -FILOS JuNi R. 2 2655
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BEING 1.03 ACAEi
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II I30 -HARDY HUE, H. EI UK B 2811
A LOT I3d,50 ITr B 4130 FT FROMH 81.72
POLLY O0b B2/2bF
II 1 10 -MULLF STATION G. El UA B 2821
A LOT 10 FT. FACING CO. RD. L RUN 148.70O
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II 7 10 - NEL WAYNE C LYOIA 2 2839.003
3RB M0/656 r0OM BURKE BEING 11 110.14
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--CAUSEY LAMAR P 2866
ABL F BEAITY'S SUBDIVIS13N (76.67
LOTS 32.53.34,35.
--CAUSER LAMAR ET U 28994
' uLK FP BEATTY'S SJBDIVISI3N 56.41
LOTS 12Al l.141�w16el 7.
' ' D 001IOGE UNIT NO. I
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SDMONEY BAYOJ SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1
- IN FRACTAL SECTION 19 I 9-R 10
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E 'BLK A MONEY'BAYOJ SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1 525.86
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' INDIAN PASS BEACH SUBDIVISION
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--FISHER WAYNE D. ET AL
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CAMP PALMS SUBDIVISION
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: -POWERS RALPH M. �E ALPH F.
SC. AMP PALMS SUBDIVISION
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31 5 11 -MARSHALL JAMES H. ET UX
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1.22 AC IN SR 386 ORB 77/380
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ANODLOT 3 ORIG.
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YUY'S ADDITION T3 O ACUN HILL .
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--oADOEIT JAME I.
; , BLK 3 YONS ADDITION TO BEACON HILL"
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- OE'EK DUREN AUDREY
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6 7 11 -HOWARD.R3BERT H.
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LOTS 1.2.3. ORI . E SURD.;LANDO
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15/22 9 11 -SEASHORE LNOD OEV. CO.
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EXTENSION NOTES:


Nothing Smells


Like A.Rose!
By Roy Lee Carter County Extension Director


There's hardly a flower in
the world that can compare
with the beauty and fragrance
of a ,rose. Its blossoms are
:richly colored, long lasting
and excellent for display. Not
Surprisingly, roses are among
,the most popular landscape
shrubs in Florida. My infor-
Smation for this article was
provided by Dr. Robert Black
of the Uniyersity of Florida.
Choosing the right planting
site and- preparing the soil
'correctly are important first
steps in rose culture. You
should plant roses'in an area
that receives full sun for at
least six hours a day. If this
isn't possible, try to make sure
that the roses receive morning
sun, rather than afternoon.
Morning sun dries the dew
from the leaves, and reduces
the chances for fungus di-
seases to develop.
-`Roses should be planted in
an open area in your. land-
i' spape, away from other plant
Materialss" this 'is' because
roots from near plants will
Compete with roses for nutri-
ents and water. Also roses are
high maintenance plants, so
Keeping them together in one


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area of the landscape will such as compost, leafmold,
make it easier for you to care peatmoss, and manures will
for them. increase aeration, help the soil
There are many ways to hold water. and nutrient bet-
group roses effectively. Roses ter, anid lower the soil pH.
make excellent borders and Keep, in mind that each of
hedges in the landscape, these amendments may have:
climber roses can be espalier- some disadvantages attached
ed odh fences, you can also to it; however, compost takes
combine tree and bush varie- time to prepare, peatmossand
ties of the same rose with the manures often contain large
tall, tree roses in the back- numbers of weed seeds, and.
ground, and the low growing need to 'be furiigated before
bush roses in front. Roses they're added to your soil.
grow best on a slightly acid In addition, some peatnioS-
soil that has good drainage, ses are very acid,, and may'
and an adequate supply of lower the pH too far. lf a soil
moisture and nutrients. They test shows that the pH has
are fairly tolerant of salt dropped below five-point-five,
spray and can be grown near you need to add some Dolo-
salt water, if the soil is mite to raise the pH
prepared correctly and the The best time for plant bare
plants are maintained pro- roses is from December to
perly. January. Container-grown
roses can be planted anytime
Avoid poorly drained bog or of the year. To plant correctly
marsh areas, and soils with dig a hole slightly larger than
"Hard pan" layers near the the root ball, and place the
soil surface. Both of these plant in the hole so that the top
conditions iill cause drainage-. of the football is even with the
problems fdor your 'roses. soil line. Fill'the hole with soil,
Since Florida's sandy soils and water thoroughly.
don't hold water or nutrients Your next step is to form a
very well, you'll need to basin in the soil around the
improve the soil with amend- plant to retain water. Newly
ments. Organic amendments, planted roses need a generous
and steady supply of water.
LIEE Yol need to water plants daily
LICEN SE until you see new growth.
REP*COURSE Then you can water them
weekly. A temporary soil
'mound built up around the
base of the plant will help to
Keep the lower part of the cane
moist.' ,


S:First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ...-..... .. 10:00 A.M.
ADULTSUNDAY SCHOOLCLASS ......... 11:00A M.
' Study In the Gospels, Wednesday - 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone I
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857


"Going Church for A Comring Lord"
COME WORSHIP AT THE

"EXCITING"


FIRST.

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. HOWARD BROWNING, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ................ . .... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ... .......... 11:00 A.M.
(Broadcast live over WJOE AM and FM)
CHURCH TRAINING .................... 6:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIPSERVICE ............ 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .......... 7:00 P.M.
"Where Everybody Is Somebody and Jesus Christ Is Lord"


Cub


Scouts


Meet
Cub Scout Pack 47 will be
holding a registration meeting
to enroll boys in the Cub
Scouts oh May 15th from 10:00
A.M. until 2:00 P.M. at the
Scout Hut on 10th Street.


At this time, we will be'
signing up boys and leaders
for next year: We will also be.
taking registrations for the
Cub Scout Day Camp this
summer. If you will be the.
third grade or eight years old
by September, you are eligible
to be a Cub Scout.
The cost for joining the Pack
is $2.50. If'you' want "Boy's
Life", the' Boy Scout maga-
zine, the subscription is $4.20.
The Day Canip cost is $13.00.
We would like to invite the
parents.to share in the adven-
ture of Cub Scouting with your
son; There are positions open
for Leaders and Assistant
Leaders. This is an excellent
opportunity for you to make
sure the program is run
correctly by getting involved.
Meetings for the boys, may be
held' after 5 P.M' on 'Satur-
days, so if you work, you can
still participate. Please see.
Mike Groos or Johnny Linton .
if you are interested, or call
229-6649 after 5 P.M.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1982


PAGE THIRTEEN


U. S. Coast Guard to Inspect Local Port


A five-month inspection of
maritime facilities from Key
West, Fla., 4to Brownsville,
Texas, is underway by the
National Ocean Survey, an.
agency of the National Ocean-
ic and' Atmospheric Admini-
stration.
The inspection by the De-
partment of Commerce
agency is :being- made- to
update and revise U S.'Coast
Pilot 5, Gulf of Mexico, Puerto
Rico, ,and the Virgin Islands.
The Coast Pilot is a source of a
wide variety of information
important to mariners of U.S.
coastal: and intracoastal
waters.':. :.
First published in 1918, U.S.
Coast Pilot 5 is an annual
publication issued by NOAA's
National Ocean Survey for


merchant ships, fishermen,
government vessels, and re-
creational boaters. It provides
information that cannot be,
shown graphically on nautical
charts, such as channel and
anchorage peculiarities, navi-
gational regulations, climatic
synopses, port facilities, and
descriptions. of prominent
landmarks. It also contains
historical notes and general
information concerning the-
areas and their communities.
The inspection will be con-
ducted by NOAA Corps.offi-
cers .Lt. Neal G. Millett of
Huntington, N.Y., and Lt.(jg)
Deborah A. Bland of Ports-
mouth, Va. Lt. Millett, who
will do the first half of the
inspection, arrived in Key
West, April 15, and will work
his way to New Iberia, La., by


July 9, where Lt.(jg) Bland
takes over the project until
completed next September in
' Brownsville, Texas: The in-
spectors plan to be in the Port
St. Joe harbor area between
May 17 and 28.
The two officers will seek


information from area mari-
ners that will acquaint read-
ers of the Coast Pilot with
local .details not available
elsewhere. They will consult
with local, state, and federal
agencies, pilots, port authori-
ties, harbor masters, owners


and operators of wharves,
piers, service facilities, mari-
nas, and other maritime ih-.
terests. They also will ask
local mariners their opinions
on the adequacy of the NOS
nautical products in their
regions.


C.E.TP. Has Summer Jobs for Youth


The Gulf County C.E.T.P.,
Inc.4would like to announce the
applications will be taken for
Summer Youth Employment.
Applications will be taken
" Saturday, May 29th at Wewa-
hitchka High School in Wewa-
hitchka between the hours of
nine and twelve, C.S.T. Appli-
cations will also be taken May
22nd at the Port St. Joe High


School'in Port St. Joe during
the hours of nine to twelve,
E.S.T. All applicants must
have a social security card,
'birth certificate,-and a verifi-
cation of family income. All
applicants who are not eighte-
en or older should be with a
parent.
Due to federal cut-backs
there will be a very small


limited amount of participa-
tion. Applicants are strongly
advised to apply for summer
employment elsewhere. If you
have any questions please feel
free to stop by the office at 324
Reid Avenue or telephone at
229-8089 or 229-8430.
"Total abstinence is easier
than perfect moderation."


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. 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.
;' .tfc4-22
Duplex apartments, Mexico
Beach, 1 block from beaches.
$ 9,500, 11% assumable mort-
gage of $16,200. Call 229-8830.
4tp4-29
, , FORSALE.'
' Two commercial'buildings;
30'x90' ea. in PSJ on Wil-
liams Ave. currently used
as warehouses. Easily,ad-'
. �aptable for other .uses.
Price' $22,000 ea. May be
purchased separately or
Together. Call 227-1468 or.
.,227-1100..' tc5-tf 13

ESTATE SALE
Large 2. bedroomm frame
home on 2� lots at 213 8th
. St.; Port St. Joe, for sale. If
;: : seriously interested, please'.
Scall 904/229-8191..
2 tc5-13
t,. ,:..=.


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.

WANTED





Will buy lamps, dishes, pic-
tures, old crochet pieces. Call
S229-6254. tfc 4-8


S 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 ioview this home.
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AUTO OBLE


12x60' mobile home, in excel.
cond. $6,500.00. Call 229-6326.

Portable jet pump, 12 h.p.
engine, asking $175. Avon Bot-
tles, collectors' items. Call
648-5191 or 648-5124. '41tp

2 bar' stools, gold color, 2
lamps, 2 Ind tables, 1 coffee
table, Early American. Call
229-8630. Itp 5-13

36" electric range, excel.
cond. Call after 5 p.m.,
229-6583.

77 Suzuki, 4500 mi. $1275; 78
Honda.Haw, 4500 mi. $975; 75
Kawasaki 400 $475; 69 Kawa-
saki 350 Avenger $375. Call
229-6875. Itp 5-13

Western saddle, 2 bridlds &
some hay. $175.00. 229-6880 or
229-8642. ltp 5-13

New buildings at factory.
All parts accounted for. All
structural steel carries full
factory guarantee. Buildings
10,000 sq. ft, to the smallest
1,200 sq;.ft. Must sell immed-
iately. Will sell cheap. Call toll
free 1-800-248-0065 or 1-800-248-
0321,.ext. 777.
AKC Reg. mini-toy poodles,
5 weeks old. Light apricot'
female, . chocolate brown
female, blue silver female and
silver male. $100 female, $125
male. Call 639-2807.
LAWN FURNITURE
Swings,, settes, lawn chairs,
picnic tables, flower boxes,
trellises,, lattices, or we will
build what you want year-
round. Weekdays call 639-2860
nr':..'CQflflCn Cotll,-lqlr ,'c ot


1963 Valiant, good transpor-
tation, $125. Call 227-1618.

68 Chev. Nova wagon, 2-way
gate, p.s., p.b., a.t., good tires,
$475. 73 Plymouth Duster 6,
a.t., p.s., good tires, $600. 73
Continental, full power, 72,000
mi. $1275. Call 229-6875..

Trailer transporter, 68
International LoadStar, 10
spd., good tires, .misc. equip.
$2275. 74 Dodge pickup, p.s.,
p.b., a.t., a.c., $675; 68 Jeep
Wagoneer 4 w.d., a.t., p.s.,
p.b., a.c., good tires, $1075.
Call 229-6875.


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Have a highly profitable and
SPeautiful Jean Shop of .your
.own. Featuring the latest in
Jeans, Denims, Sportswear
and Western Wear. $8,900 to
$12,500 includes beginning in-
ventory, fixtures and training.
You may have your store open
in as little as 15 days. Call any
time 1-800-255-9049, ext. 4..





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


Mexico Beach Kiwanis Club
YARD SALE, Saturday, May
15, at Marquardt's Marina,
Mexico Beach. Same day as
Ling Ding Festil al.

CARPORT SALE: Sat.,
May 15, 9-4. 1321 McClellan
Ave., children's and adult
clothes, toys, misc. items.

YARD SALE: Saturday on-
ly, 106 Westcott Circle, 9 to 3.

GARAGE SALE: 102 Santa
Anna St., St. Joe Beach, Fri.
and Sat., May 14 & 15, 8 a.m.
till. Tools, dishes, sm. ap-
pliances, odds and ends.


* YARD SALE: Saturday, 8
till, 556 Parker Ave., Highland
View, Furniture, clothes, odds
and ends, stereo.

YARD SALE: Something
for everyone. Friday, 9-4, 608
Park Ave., Highland View.
:Ceramics, T.V.'s, toys, c.b.'s,
bicycle, very nice clothes, all
sizes, men's, women's,
children's. Knick knacks.
Come, bring a friend.

BACK YARD SALE: 1804
Marvin Ave., Friday and Sat-
urday, May 14 and 15.

YARD SALE: 1027 Long
: Ave., Living room suite,
tables, dinette set, clothes,
misc. items. Friday and Sat., 9
till. Cancelled if raining.


There will be a regular com- YARD SALE: May 14 & 15,
munication of Port St. Joe Fri. and Sat., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every.. :1012 Woodward Ave. T.V., fur-
first and third Thursday at ' -niture, jewelry,,clothing; odds
8:00 p.m. ' I and ends. Raincancels.
B. F. NUNNERY. W.M.,


or rentCall229-8475 2298258 r 64892 beore 12: or ater edayandthe fourth Thurs- e garage door 2102 Cypress
,648274. 5:00. tfc4-15 day ofeachmonthat7:30p.m; Saturday 9:00 to 12:.
- "__, " - -- _ r - . o'.... - , . .,,. ;' .a .. 1'othing sold before 9:00 a.m.
. .' -.u mu
K Po 4p 4 . G YARD SALE: Saturday,

A. --" ' ' -Oak 'Grove. Four families.
:OW L GE TO F INANCE Pottery, dishes, tobabys, cthes,

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9A;,l;6 lT e i pistol n ase, rifle case, books,

. Y OU. wo.etc. Cancelled if raining.



S .We cVn help you'find rates well below what you may have heard about. t
S: Ways to help reduce monthly payments. We evn know ways to reduce your RODNEY HALL'S ROOFING
S-down payment. Alternative financing is how. Call bur CENTURY 21� office today. Licensed and Free Estimates
S1 aPort St. Joe 229-6859
f'' n hel Y O TcR N Ht et. Ca tceled


,PORT ST. JOE
-Beautllul brick homg in nile
;neighborhood. 3.bdrm.. 2 be, great
;?m. w /hbge' .p, dining area w bay
i.window., kit. wleealng, bar '& ap-
,:llan'ces. Laundry rm., dbl car garage'
:and utility rm. Must see this,spacious
;home to appreciate $75.000. 2105
'Palm Blvd.
.Excellent rental inyesItm ent Duplex
"parlment l-n good neighborhood
'5.000 down, owner will finance rest
:at .12% Long Ave.
,'Beautiful 3 bdrm,. 2 be. brick home
'bnly 2'i yrs. old. Fenced in back
yaird. utility shed. I car garage Must
see to appreciate 104 21st SI
.567.50000.
.Call and see wnat we cap do about
.moving you into a 3 bdrm.. 2 ba , I car
'garage home 107 Yaupon. $50.000
Good assumable mortgage
:1912 JunipJr Brick, 3 bdrm.. 1'. Da.
'uiet area'close to schools, gooo-
-sized home Only 539.900 2 screened
porches & 2-car carport
:Lg: house, 3 bdrm, 11 be. liv. rm.
Sin. rm. & kitchen combo, carport.
.newly painted Ihruout. 1501 Monu-
rment. No. 106.

COMMERCIAL
'Highland View - 3 well placed lots
!n US 98 Room for most any type
..usiness Including parking space.
'Approx 183 t on U.S. 98.
gully equipped store bldg. on 3'ai
,acres on Hwy 30. will finance. No
401.
Convenience store St. Joe Beach
.t538 sq. I! on 1' . lots wiconcrete
ilab floor for expansion No 402
2,700 sq If. 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 V, acres, completely chain link fenc-
.ed $48.500

-CAPE PROPERTY
y;e now have several pieces of pro-
earty in the Cape area. Some gulf
3ronl.


Ginluv


'ST. JOE BEACH
3 bdrm. 1 ba. home. with den Real
close to beach 1r. lots S48.000 Col
umbus SI
Pmeda.St - 12% financing on this 2
bdrm. 1 ba home is just what you're
looking for Has 1 ' lots. Good retire
ment or young couple's home Call to
see this one 537.000
Modern design home. 1 of a kind. 3
bdrm, 2 ba , fantaslic heated swimm
ing pool. ano to top it off a great view
from deck Call to see this On Selma
SI 5115.00000
2 bdrm.. 1 be block house on DeSolo
St.. on 2 lots. D3acyard lenceo partly'
lurnished. kitchen equip
Ex large hdme. 3 bdrm 1r' ba dDI.
carport, lots of moving about space
on 2'a lots Parr ot the house can be
made Into more bedroom space for
kids or grandma Only 547 700. On
Pineda
1980 Cnampion mobile home 12x48').
2 Ddrm. I Da on nice lot |75s50'1
Oak Sireel $8500down assume ex.
Is!ing mortgage.
Partially finished house 519.000
blk from beach. 3 bdrm. I ba Adla
cent lol also available. No 204
1 bdrm 1 ba trailer 75xl50' lot
$12.500 Pineda St No 205
Tc.,lic 3i l jln aild'i 2,
oa no IreJrl hes
only ner
Inanc ' 'W

OVERSTREET
2 acres on hwy. 510000. 20% down.
12'i interest 4'years
Approx. 4'" acres on canal w 2 Dbrm..
1 oa. house $42,000 N Oanil Drive.
One acre on Forret St1. Only 18.000.
Rignht on tne canamll 9 00" rm,-
Carpet, central heat 8 ;!, e.0
assumallb 7% mongag, . . g ,eal
that I $36.00
-.-.-- -
3 acres on HightiWa'. 55,000 anu-re
264 Sorel on j;way 513 50(

WEWAHITCHKA
2 bdrm., 1 be. fra . 1 . . , .z .:
available. 11i.^0.v' i


MEXICO BEACH
Beach front 1ot. 41st St .$70.000
Handy man special. reduce 101 last
sale 2, trailers on a corner lot. only
Si5.000
Slrategic Dusiness spot 215 II Iron
lage Highway 98. Doraered by Doat
canal Oilers exceinem polenl.al
Terms lo suit
Close to beacn 3 Ddrm . 2 ba w ln-
lasllc Gull view Newly De,nied Ex.
cellent rental or Deach home
$68.000
Nice & neat 3 Ddrm. 2 ba stucco
nose on nice 101 in real location
27th ST
Investment Opporltnily Triplex. 2
units are 2 Darm. I ba � one unit Is 3
borm 1 Da Located. near beach
'J-per owner financing
Cule one barm 1 Da nouse near ine
Deacn $37.500
2 Ddrm duplex sunaecK & goo0o 0 e
ol Ine beacn 549.000 owner finance.
ing. 2064 down No 302
4 bdrm 2 ba can nia. ig liv rm 2
formal am rms den wlireplace on 2
lots - canal location wltn boat dock
No 303
1 bdrm duplex on Hwy $38.500 20 j
gown, owner finance No 305
2 bdrm 1 DB home overlooking tne
Gulf lust across hwy. Hwy 98 & 3rd
St. S44.000 No. 306.
Near Rustic Sanas 1 88 acres with 2
trailers: 1 w 2 barm, 1 De & 1 w 3
Ddrm.. l'" ba Oniv $21.500 wiln
owner financing
REDUCEDII Close to beacon. 2 Dorm
11i Dea trailer on corner lot 50 v1i0
Come see what e can oo 3ra ST &
Fortner Ave
REDUCEDI Duplex nearly new 2
odrms 1 be ea sale unltunisnea
7th St 540.000 A real Dargamn
Excellent ienial opporlunily Atlrac
rtie 2 Ddrm I Da. Oupiax. localeo on
39th St Furnmsned. close to Gull
19tn S.t 2 barm. custom built trailer
less than a , Dloc from te neacn
529 500
WARD RIDGE
3 bdrm 1'i be nome wiswimmingf
pool & 6 privacy lence Call or more
Info $43500


St. Josepr. 8ay Realty
900 Hwy. 98
P. O. Box 1333. Mexico Beach'; FL


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RENTALS
LOng Ajenue. Port St Joe Duplex '2
barm 1 ba eacn 5200 a monrr, car
tally lurnisr.ea
2 barm unrulnisnea house. 522500
monthly

HOWARD CREEK'
Huge 2 story 7 odrm nouse on 'l-
acre ol lano Greal lor ig family or
hunting lodge 538.000 Will finance
Perfect getaway place or comfortable
permanent nome 12x60 mobile
home on I acre chain link lence &
chicken or lurkey pens. ig screen
porch, fruil trees 3 ellss Priced
right

OAK GROVE
REDUCED: 401 Maaoson. 2 Dorm 1
ba., partially turnisned. cnain link
fence Only 58 000

BEACON HILL
2 units lor great rental opportunity
only 539.500 on oluff overlooking the
water Call to see loday
Nicely furnished 3 barm house al 3ra
St & Tnira Ave $32 500
Only 130 000 lor Itis fantastic douDie
wiae-traller on 2 lots Best of all only
510.000 down Bin St
2 Ddrm 2 Da stucco house on Hwy
98 (north sioe) great iewv of Gulf
545000
3 0rm. 1 Da on 3 lots fireplace
new,, .:arpele $36 000 No 80
GULF AIRE
Some Deautilul lot s till availaDle at
11,'. interest 25'. aown


ASSOCIATES--
AFTER HOURS
PAULETTA CAMPBELL . 648.8977
RHONDA HEATH 227-1782
ALISA DUREN , 648.S835
BOB & JEAN FALISKI 229-6553
ARCHIE BARBEE . 648-5392
BRENDA RUSHING WOOD 227.1589
JIM CLEMENT 648-5482


CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings - Portraits
Phone 229-8922
Stc2-10


C. R. SMI'IH & SON
* Backhoe * Dozer * Root d
Rake * Front-end Loader
* Road Building * Lot Clear-
ing * Septic Tanks
* Drain Fields * Hauling
Rt. 3, Box AC
Port St. Joe, Florida
Phone 229-6018
26te 3-18.

YARD SERVICE
\%I mlng. Raking, etc.
Call RrnppBe griffin


at 229-8952

Country Charm Cei
Classes each Tuesda
tified teacher. Complex
of supplies. Your O
Shop. Open 9-t. Closed
Sat. Overstreet, Fl.


Walls washed and
by husband and wife,
terior and exterior p
windows cleaned, r
workers. Mr. Sollars. 2
ST. JOE MACHINE
Machine Work - We
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty Al
Every Day

CAREFOOT SEPTIC'
SERVICE
Tanks Cleaned an
Portelet Service
229-8007

CARPENTRY & CONC
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland
Port St. Joe, Florida
904/229-6235


Call Lee's home im-
'provements for all your small
home repairs, painting and
,roofing. We also feature
carpet cleaning service. Free
estimate. References on re-
quest. Call anytime. 785-6810.
4tc5-13

Will babysit in my home or
;will-stay with elderly in the
daytime or will do housework.
Call 229-8933. 3tp 5-13


Will be spraying pecan trees
tfc3-18 soon. Call 227-1489 for infor-
ramics. nation or to have your trees
y. Cer- sprayed. ltp 5-13
ete line
)ne-Stop PAINTING, REPAIRS
Wed. & PAPER HANGING
20 yrs. experience
tfc 4-1 Free Estimates
Cheapest Rates in Town
cleaned Call 229-8924
also in- 4tp4-29
painting,
reliable SHALLOW WELLS
27-1490. 229-380 Joe
O 227-1794 Terry
.CO. tfc 4-29
rlding
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
IDay to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours)
TANK
Alcoholics Anonymous
id Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Suhdav 1.4:00 P.M.. E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
RETE Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
SSt. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720


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EXCITING NEW
PRODUCT
First time introduced in
this area looking for distri-
butors. A golden opportuni-
ty to increase your income.
Product guarantees to in-
crease gas mileage 15% or
more. (Not an oil additive).
Must see demonstration to
believe. If interested call
227-1892.



St. Joseph Bay


PAT'S-MATS & FRAMES


406 7th Street


* Mexico Beach, Fla.


Custom Matting & Framing of:
* PAINTINGS * PRINTS
* PHOTOGRAPHS * NEEDLEWORK
WE NOW HAVE READY-MADES
All 16"x20" & 18"x24" at '"i 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 Prolessronal Picrure Framers Assoc
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914-


New Listing: 3 bdrm., 1 ba. brick
home, cen. air & heat w built-in ex-
tras. Buy owner's equity & assume-
912, % 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


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

. 7-O0AKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES

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




SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!










Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle


SHurlbut Supply
3o6 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 1-21
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 ,
Walteis,. Panama City,
871-5523. tfc 10-8


Be~ac lumber
5utpyly Co.

Plu5ib.r�oq Mautp',e
Gl. dde' Pmrnt.
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ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS






-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
--Cabinet Work



GLENF.COMBS
227-1689

P. OBX456. .6
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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kills bugs for
up tdsix mdr
and oves you bout $.1
in costly pest cot trol erv
Use of Sprayer free
'purchase of Rid-A
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenu
Port St: Joe Flor


The Sewing Room
410 A4 1eid Avenue &0
ppl Port'St. Joe, Florida

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


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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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COSTING INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.'
I CASENO.81237
IN RE' The Manlage of
JAMES E. HURD, SR.,
Husband-Pelllloner,
and
GLORIA HURD,
Wlle-Respondenl.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO. GLORIA HURD
Address Unknown
YOU' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Petlllon for Dissolullon of Marriage has
been Illed against you and that petition
aeeks-to dissolve your marriage to pill-
6onei. You are commanded'lo serve a
2opy of your written defenses,. I any,"on
* lllam J. Rish. Allorney at Law. 303
uunrh Street. P O. Box 87, Port St. Joe.
finrolra 39l245 and file tIh nriinal with


' Florida Statutues, and Chapters 25-2 and
25-4, Florida Administrative Cooe.
By direction of the Florida Public Ser-
" vice Commliilon this 20th day of April.
1982. ", '.
I/ Seven Tribble.
COMMISSION CLERK
(SEAL)
NHH 2154
NOTICE
The dGull Courlty'School Board has
declared a,w poden frame building at
Wewahlfchka Elemintary School surplus
aid will receive sealed bids for the sale of
this building at th' Gulf'Counly School
Board Office on iMa'4;1982, 1100A.M.M.
.EDT.
-'The successful bidder may move the
building Irplact or 'dismantle and move
The successful bid will be allowed thirty
dafq a h a n n


-"Public Notices -


. -.. ..... ... .. - - ... ......' " uay9 a' , oiu,, UIUD avU uuU aULaplau IUd IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
the Clerk of this Court either before ser payment made to Ihe school board for COUNTY. FLORIDA
vice on pelllloner's attorney or 'im. removalol building PROBATE DIVISION
mediately thereatler. on or before May 24, Building only. No equipment will be
1982, otherwise a detaull will be entered sold with-building. Building may be in. IN RE The Estate of
against you lor the relief sought in Ime spected by cbntacting;Ben Causey, at 'JOSEPH E MALLORY.
petition. Wewahltchli ElemelitaySchool Monday,' Deceased .
DATED this 14th day of April, 1982 through Friday of each week from 7-30 ' NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
JERRY GATES. 'AM. to 3,00'P.M.T, ' ' " , TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT THE BOARD'RESERVES THE RIGHT TO EANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA REJECT ANYOR ALL BID ' ESTATE
By: Isl Tonya Alien. Deputy Clerk ' Within three months from Ine lime or
41c 4422 21"5 he lirsi publication of Itis notice you are
required to'fle witn Ine clerk ol the Cir.
BID NO. WWPIPS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH cuill Curt'of Gull 'Counly. Floida. Pro-
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF bale Division, the address of which is
quests bids lor one (1) Painting o Port St. FLORIDA. IN'AND FOR GULF COUNTY.; Gull County Courthouse. Port St. Joe.
Joea Wstsewaelr Treatment 01rt De- IN R e Mil er . Florida.'a wrlllen statement of any claim
Joe- Wastewater Treatment Plant De- IN RE The Matter of or demanda you may ]ave against the
watering Building Specificallond may be4 AARON SCOTT BROWN. a minor esate oa JOSEPH E MALLORY. deceas
obtained hom the City Cldrk's'Offlc'P, " - NOTICEOF SUIT eslale JOSEPH E MALLORY. deas.
O. Boi A, Port St Joe, Florida. Bid open- TO: Gill Eiza'beth Scott Brownam mus ben ng and us
Ing will be held at the Regular City Com. 3210 Pleasant Valley Road Apt. 252 indicate ihe bass lor Ine claim ins name
mission Meeting on May 18. 1982 - . Mobile,'Alabama'36606 ' and address of he creditor or his ajent or
CITY OF PORT ST JOE '"ND ' Da� " Broatorney.'and Ihe amount claimed IIf ine
CBy:s'Au L A. Farie . 42 David Victor Brown claim is not yet due. Ine'dale when II will
Clly'AudllorGlerk 214.29 & 5-13 Address Uniknown become due shall be slated'. II the claim
SYOU.ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a is contingent or unllquidalea.-ihe nature
BEiORE THE FLORIDA PUBLIC ' :..Petition for -Cuitody has beenliled of Ihe'uncertarnty shall be slated II the
; SERVICECOMMISSION. ' againslyou and.ydu aie required toserve claim'is secured, ihe securely shall 'be
S.DOCKET NO7f1021.P_, , " a.copy of your:Answer or'other response described The'claimant snail deliver'sUlf.
S' N OiCEOIH.RING.TO . In the'Ptlltlohndn' P.titloer's Alorney. ticienl.copies'ol ihe claim ro Inm cleik to
SOTHERNBEIEEl-NE. , ' R0SBE:.IMOOR ESOQ ,F ' "' iraile theclerk Io mail one copy lo'ech
.7 1,TELEGRAPH-COMPANY' i Pesonal 2epresentatve." r-.. ' �'.
WEST FLRIDA'TELEPHONE 'Co. " - Port SF J'6e:'Fiorida 32456 . ' "ALL CLAIMS: DEMANDS AND OBJEC. -
SCONTINENTAL TELEPHONE CO. and lile the original Ihereol in the Circuit TIONS NOT. SO FILED WILL BE
ST. JOSEPH TELEPHONE CO Court Clefk's'OflIce, Gulf County'Cour- FOREVER'BARRED '
AND thouse.Pbrt'SfIJoe, Florida. on or before Datea'May 5. 1982
ALL INTERESTED PARTIES she 271 day 61 May. 1982 If you tal i o ,, DAVID C GASKIN.
ISSUED: 4-20-82 so. an Order tor the relief sought may Do Attorney lor Personal Reprresentalive ol
INOTICE is hereby given that the ,granted by Default Tre Estate ofJOSEPH E MALLORY.
orida Puolic Service Comnission will DATED this'the 27th day ol April.'1982 Deceased .
&Iold a public hiring In this docket on Ihe: . JARRY ATES.' " ' P:O. Box 185
request for extended area service'(EAS) Cdeir:ol Circull Court I ' Wewahitcnia Florida 32465
between all points' n Jackson County, ' By 'IslTonya Allen, Depuly Clerk Telephone No 904,639.2266
$orlda, at the following ilme'and"place: h ' . 41429' ", 21513
-10:00 a.m.,'Wednesday, May'19. 1982" . .
S Circull Court R oom .'Sc ond-Flo or;" ' . " _'..;....' 'i r.TITi N E ' " '' ' ' "
. Jackson'Cotnlourthue-' ' FICTITIOUS NAME IN"THE CIRCUIT- COURT FOR GULF-
''c", oMriCoann'y lorioda -pe Nolice is hereby given thal pursuant lo 'COUNTY' FLORIDA .
PURPOSE AND 'RoriDaRE' ' Sectlon,.865 09.-FlorIda- Stalules. ,Ihe PROBATE DIVISION
PURPOSE AND PROCEDURE undesigd persons"inlendto' register ,',., ', Fii Number 82 7 Dlslon
'.The o purpose of this'hearing Is to wi fil he. Clerk qf-lhe Cl(cul court Gul I RE ESTATE OF' ' i '
receive testimony ind-exh)blUs'lrom'ihe ".'countiFlorida.,lour'weeks'alter'lheI s "l . - FLOO d' '
companies" 'and Co'u n ' s ""d'u ks'..t.. th tr- , F CAR E FLOOR. JR.
companies -and 6 all "interested.j parties puiibication-orthis notice';lhe'ficlitious '
rlative1lo Iheipetition and issues'raised ,nameo,'lradi name undlerwhlich theyiwlll . NOT OF DMINISTRATION
" -- " ' r 1 2 '-" """ -"i mber 8 . . - ...., �,.-- . . .- .; i 'I- NOTICE O r INISTR ATION
I Order no: 10277.,dateid Sepember 8. e engaged n business and nwnlch said -TO -Ai;L.. ERSONSHAVING CLAIMS OR
1.'. Publicwitnesses will be6hijardat . b Lsindesis lo becarried onalo.wi t -. 'DE iMAiS AGA'NST 'THE ABOVE
the begiining of the hearing, afler which ' ,'BRYANTS ANDING STORE ESTATE AND ALC-OTHERi"ERSONS IN-
th companies will present their Rr1 Box 133 TERETEIN THE ESTATE '
tsetimohnyand exhibits. All witnessess Wewahitchka; Florida 32465 - YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thal Ihe
r~ay becross-examlned atIneaconclusiond-.,YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDrthatithe
ybecrossexamlned at Inconclusn Owners Gladys L Boyer aamiistralion ofthe estate olCARY E
, their testimony.. , .George.B" ' yer.' , , ' FLOORE .'JR.. deceased:, File Numoer
URISDICTION .' 414.22 82:7. is'penalpg the Circuit Courilor G'ui
,-Julsdliction over said utllltycompanies ' _ " ,' " " ' County Florida; lobal Division, the ld-
is vestsd In Ins Cbmmission pursuant o NOTICE ' ' ' :, dress of Fwhich 'is-GulflCounly Coui.
dhapter 1364. Floildl.'S tiates, ,ind'this ATTENTION' OWNERS' AGENTS, CUS- .Ihouse " 1000 Fl"'FSitt.r PorPSI.:JoeS
prnoeedlng will be gov�brned.by said TODIANS .LESSORS-'AND OCCUPANTS F6lorid 32456' The personal -rapresen.
chapter .in addition to Chapter 120. OPREAL" PROPERTY WITJ-INTHE'CITy. ' ttslve 't t e estate.is Cary E.-Fio b; Sr..
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Second Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 41/9%. Pay-
. - , ment shall'be made not-later than..September,30, 1982.

Third Installment Payment: O One quarter of-the total estimated' taxes 'plus one-half of any.
S. adjustment pursuant'to' a ',etermina'tioindof 'actual tax'liability
discd'tnted'.-3/%. Paymentit i'all'be.:ie t'd'e'ndt later than De-
cember 31, 198'2. - . ' , '-


Fourth Installment Payment


: 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;'. ', , ' .


LIMITS OF THE CITY-OF PORT ST. JOE:
You are hereby notified that you 'are re-
quired by law to cut and keep cut to a
height of not exceeding twelve (12) inches
all weeds, grass or underbrush on any
property owned, controlled or occupied
by you in the City of Port St Joe and also
to remove any rash; debris. refuse. filln
or other noxious matter located upon
such property, and that upon your failure
to do so the City ol Port SI Joe will cause
said weeds, grass or underbrush to be cut
and any trash, debris. refuse. iltlh o' other
noxious smaller to be removed florh said
premises and the cost Ihereol assessed
against the property upon which said
weeds: grass or unoerbrustb or such
trash, debris. refuse. fill' or other nox-
ious mailer may be growing or located
CITY COMMISSION. '
CITY OF PORT ST JOE. FLORIDA
BY IsV L A Farris.
City AudilorrCierk 2t 5-13


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1982


S PAGE FIFTEEN'


Port St. Joe Elementary Honor Roll


CARY E FLOOR JR Deceased NOTICE
ATTORNE' FOR PERSONAL NOTIpE IS HEREBY GIVEN tnal Ine
REPRESENTATIVE Board of County Commissioners of Guit
C WEE Pillman County, Florida, at its regular meeting on-
314 Magnoil Avenue . Tuesday, May 25. 1982. at 700 PM.
Panama Cdy Fior.aa 32401 E.DT. In the County. Commissioners
Telephone 1904) 769 3226 Room in Gull County Courtnouse. Port St
21c 5 13 Joe. Florida, will consider the adoption ol
, FICTITIOUS NAME pn ordinance with the Iollowing title.
:ICTITIOb N E AN ORDINANCE REGULATING CON
Notice is nereby given that pursuani to DUCT CONSTITUTING'AN OFFENSE
Seclion 86509. Florida Statutes,-, Ins DUCTBY PERSONS'WITHIN THE UNIN
undersigned. persons inleo'lo ,egslen I CORPORATED AREAS OF GULF
Coun the Clorii of.ir6. wCiesuit court; Ggit B E T
whn the Cter or.rn Cirruir court; GCull COUNTY;PROHIBITING THE VUL.
County ,Fioria, o. oJr weeli ller the lfirs AR OR INDECENT EXHIBITION OR
dbllcan'ori or atlis noticee. he liclitlou's EXPOSURE OF:' THE" BUTTOCKS
name or trade name under wnlch Iney 'will GENITALS SEXUAL ORGANS OR
e engaged .n business ana in which said BREASTS TO ANOTHER OR PERMIT
business fivto be carried on. lo-wit
business -: Lo be cried on o.wl TING THE TOUCHING OR PAINTING
TRI SUP HOPLTY OF SAME BY ANOTHER FOR COM
PENSATION; PROHIBITING ADVER-
104 Sixth Street. Highland View TISEMENT OF THE CONDUCT PRO
Porl Sl Joe Florida HIBITED BY THE ORDINANCE BY
wner. Lynda"F "Williams- "USE .OF' ANY'.TYPE SIGN OR
S * * ' 4p4-13 THROUGH PUBLICATIONS OR
OTHER MEDIA SOURCES, PROMOTE
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. ING PUBLIC PEACE, SAFETY AND
ADVERTISEMENT FORBIDS HEALTH:' PROTECTING PUBLIC
Sealb ' ids" in: duplicate wllf'ce re- MORALS; PROVIDING PENALTIES,
celved untii 10 O A'M.. E D.S T., June 8, ; PROVIDING'SEVERABILITY CLAUSE
1982.'byt he'Guli County'Schooi Board ,r"- AND"PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
Porl SI Joe 'Flblida',-.a.'whIch:llmd and ,- DATE . '.' ' '
place all bids will be DuolIcly opened and A copy ot this ordinance Is on Ille In Ihe
read aloud lor Ih-e filowinmj broiec'cr''-" Office of theClbrk:ol the Circull Court of
ASBESTOS REMOVAL & PARTIAL.RE-" Gull Cou'rty' Fl.o i
PLACEMENTOFCEtICNG MATERIAL" : BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
:'* :u L oFC'oiuNTSCIOOLS' . . .GULF COUNTYrf.LORIDA
,Specifcallos-'asiBd'"coHlsc't 'd6cu. By: isl'JImmAy',OGortman, Chairman
-ments niay' bd eW*isberled at tihd.School" "'Attest" IslJerr Gales'Clerk 21 513
Board olllce4Gull Cou'nly- Couu seri ''d . 'e ' .-
and'ai the'oTlice b 'orie 'Aichlleclt:;'S le NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Road 22. Wewahllchra,.'Florlda 'ano' may The Department" of - Environmental
be plocurred .by General Contractors: , Regulatlor:annoiinces receipl ol an ap-
uptna' deboilt oLfiOflo00 per se.'6 f ipllcallon' ( oi.Lperml Tfrom Dead Lakes
speclications of whidCn'lhe rull amount Water iMa4nageiaent'- Ditllct Board to
. ill be'relunded Io each Gederal Coriirac rer~ove portlonsJl.thae'bebad Lakes Dam,
tor iho 'sub ills a.;bidcIand all -other GulflCouintir. f, -' "
de'Ddills lor other1lhan'one complete sel " .'tThls' application Is" being processed
1 'sp'eciic llc' ons twill-be' retairdrd yes''s' "and Is availiabli for'piblic inspection Our.
didu'ction i'b cdvr p'epriducitton'cost'�f' l'ng normal 'btsliess hoO 5. 800 AM to
$5 00'- All documents 'mus1'be'retlurned i'n ' 5.0b P.M, Mondae; though Friday. except
.. , ',egal hliddyi.'at Ithe Department ol En.
Sironmenls l".Regulatlon. . Nortnwest
S's , ' s'trlcl Office. 160 Governmental Cenler,
e nsacola. FJord0a a2501.,
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Section 197.013, F.S. allows an alternative plan for payment of real.estate taxes.. A taxpayer
who elects to pay txes 'b1. the installment neth'od 'shall 'mike' pim'eents"based"upon an esti-
Smated tax which shall beecial. to.tlie ac'tual6taxes'levied upon the property in the'preceding
'year: " 'fa .. ; ' , .' ,- . . " " - ' ' ,"" " - :: ' ' ' . ' p e
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THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:

Installmeht Payment. -'. One quarter of th'e totil 'estimated taxes; discounted 6%. Pay-
S . ' ieit sh'all:be made not later thain-June 30, 1982""'-.A taxpayer
'' ' ,'"~- must 'make'the first. ihnstallment.'payinent in ordirto participate
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If 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 3,1 willl'nbt be considered. The.postmarli dn appli'cation'i-iail'ed to the
tax cdilectir shalll F&termr ie if the application 'was ma'ilied'ti'mely.' Additidnal ap-
plication forms rmay be obtained from the tax collectorsb s office as listed below:

Mail completed application to: Eda Ruith Taylor -Tax Collector
1000 .5.th'. Street


Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
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IF YOU DESIRE TO PAY 1982 TAXES BY INSTALLMENT; PLEASE SIGN, DATE, COMPLETE PROPERTY
IDENTIFICATION NO. AND RETURN THIS APPLICATION TOjYOUR 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 HAVENPOT RECEIVED YOUR FIRST NOTICE BY JUNE 15,
1982, CONTACT THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.' " .
" ' - T T~'O BE COMPLETED BY TAXPAYER I
I hereby make application to participate in the install- Property I. D. No.
ment payment plan for the 1982 tax year. Legal Description as it Appears on the 1981 Tax No-
__ tice Receipt:
SIGNATURE . . DATE
Name
Address '-

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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 arl ambont 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-
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If you have any questions, please contact the Tax Collector's Office at the following locationss:
Gulf County Courthouse


O00 n 5th Street-
p9-6 ''4. .T.. PInia s,32456
229-611-6 <. - - . --�


Phone Number


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whose address is P. 0. Box 931. Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456. The name and ad-:�
dress of the personal representative's ati
torney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or demands
against Ine es' .; are require WITHIN
THREE MONT-S -"F.OM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUI .CA ION OF THIS
NOTICE. to file within he iert of the above
court a ritten statemen- ;1 any claim or
oamand they may nave Each claim must
De in wrillting and must Inoicale the basis
for Ine claim the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or allorney, and
ne amount claimed II the claim is not yet
due. the oate when it will become'due
shall be slated II Ihe claim is conlingeni
or unlloudalea, the nature ol the un.
certainly shall be slate II the claim is
secured. me security snail be described
The claimanl shall deliver 'sullicient
coDpeS of the claim to the clerk to enable
Ihe clerk to mall one coDy to each Per.
sonal ReODreeniali.e
AIl persons niles ted in the estale to
wnom a copy o01 his Nolice of Ad.
ministralion has been maileo are ie
quirea; WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objections
they nay nave Ihat challenge he Ih.validi
ol the dece'dent s will the qualiicallons
1o Ine Dersonal represer.laive or the
virtue r lul;dicic.in oe Ine iourt
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL. BE'
FOREvER BARRED
Dale ol the lirst Dublic iion of lni
NOTICe Of Aorr.inislrallon May 13, 1962
ISI Cary E Floore'Sr'
As Personal Rerprsentaiyve
or Ihe Estale of


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Port St. Joe Elementary.
School announces the Honor
Roll for the fifth six weeks
grading period.
ALL A's
Grade one: Robert Arnold,
Brad Buzzett, Tappan Gandy,
Thomas Holcombe, Daniel

goCa condition w~lri.n Ten (101 oavy aller
date ol opening of bias
Cansher s cnecr cerilled chnck cr ' t
Dona Ior not less than 5'* c l Iyc ai'rT.~u.
o0l he bid must accomoany eacn or.
vosal
Pedlolmance a13or anr. miaer.a-l Dicn
and lwaliman s comerr' ai .'. .rurance
*v'l De reauiled ct Ine surcesiluil ia;i
Right ;s reserved 1 reiecl any or ail arc.
bosals and waive technicalities
NJo tbdder may 'ilhdraw riis Or for a
Derio 1 o Inrl, 1301 days aller aile sel ic.r
open, g
Wiiler Wniaer SuprJiniendent
Guil Counly School Board
P,:.I S1. Joe Florida
Cnarles A GasKin ARA
P 0 Box 7
VWewahitcnia. Floiaa 32465 31c 5 13


Wewahitchka Elementary

ALL A's Stewart. . Darryl.Lister and David Na�-
First grade: Anthony Lee, Second grade: Matthew tasi.
Ben Linton, and Cherry Sir- Greene, Marcy Holyfield,. -Fifth grade: Shea Carter,
mons. Jason Miller, Lashawn Scott, Michael Grahl, Jesus Muina,
Second grade: Angela.Good- Tony Werden, Mitch Yarrell, .Linda Mayhann, Gary Hart-
rich, Pamela Smith, Kelly Philip Goodwin, Arlin Odum, ..ley, Sebrina McGill, Juan
Nations, Jacque Smith, Moni- Earl Hood, Chad Flowers, Muina, 'Brandi Striplin,
ca Weeks, Cindy Griffin, and Vicki Roberts, Ladonya . Tammy Vann,-.Sonjia Wil-
Kim Burns. Kemp, Holly Herring, Ky.e liams, Mary Ann Hoover, and
Third grade: Brandi Arm- Bidwell, and Eric Gaskin. - 'Lori Ann Carter.
strong, Matthew Birming- 'Third grade: Shannon Mil- ' Sitxth grade: Berry Eu-
ham, Rebecca Hays, Amy ler, Bonnie Parkei', Jovan 'banks, Kelli lHnlon, David
Waldorff, and Heather Whit- Scott, Kevip Thomas,. April Lister, :Ronald Mayhann;
field. ' Weeks, Sheila Bishop, Ivey Monica Redmon, Angela Wil-
Fourth grade: Alice Causey, Crutchfield, Dewayne,I ayton, liams,: Priscilla Armstrong,
Christa Gortman, DeAnn Grif- Michele Qwens, David Sewell,. Stephanie Finch, Tracy
fin, and Jennifer Groom. Sandra Hqlmes, Regina Me-. Hdges, Kevin Land, Jody
-Fifth trade , Ingrid Muina, Raymond Myann, Angel Rogers, Hay-
Fith grade: Aims Lister Yand, Bo-Jo Carter. wood'.Shealey, and, Pamela
and Patti Mathes. Fourth grade: Joe Addison, Willias. :
Sith grade: Sharner Bos- Richard Addison,'Kim Kemp,
tick andReneeGortemole Richard Aison,Kim Kemp,
STammy La~e, Amy Liritn, -'ame Omitted
ALL A's and B's Tbnya 'Jo Myszkowski,: Siean
First grade: Teresa Cain, Rbberts, Michelle Roberts, Julie Allen, *a ninth grade
Casi Lindsey, Kevin Martin, Shane Semmes, Charles studentt at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
Heather McLemore, C4rrie Toney,, 'Robert. -Bergdorff, flig School, made all A's and
Redmon, Theresa Dietz, Shelly Adkihs, Joanna: Cau B's for the fifth six weeks
Chuck Jackson, Brandy Beat- . sey, Amanidai Clayton, Tracy .grading period.
ty, Mandee Armstrong, Allen Nations, David Rich, David . Her name .was not included
Gaskin, Kent Hays, Stacy Smith, .Robin 'Williams, .in (ie list that was published
Price, Sonia Spicer, and Julie Sherry Burns, Eric Holpeter, last week.


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I:Cathey P. Hobbs, Associate
.3rbara Sullivan (After Hrs. 648-5301)
iesopersdn, Orena Miller


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Britt Pickett, Associate


Hughes, Heather Johnson,
Crystal Kennmngton, .Sherry
Ludlam, Jodi Mapes, Leah
Ray, Tina Rich, Teresa
Skyles, Chuck Watson, and
Tim Whitfield.
Grade two: Tenesa Adams,
Angel Barr, Pam Bowen,
Scott Boykins, Shelley Camp-
bell, Teleshi Daniels, Karen
Lanier, Kristy Melvin, Patri-
cia Nedley, Jason White,
Jamey Wilder, and James
Turner.
Grade three: Jabbar Alex-
ander, Brenda Burns, Patrick
Freeman, Kyle Griffin, Erich
Hohman, Rachel McCulley,
Susan Minger, Trisha Phillips,
B. J. Rice, and Gwen White-
Eagle
Grade four: Jim Anderson,
and Tim Kerigan.
Grade six: Warren Bennett.
ALL A's and B's
Grade one: Bill Brown,
Michael Evans, Tia Harris,
Kendall Hogue, Jimmy
McDonald, Brian McLeod,
Lacrethia Middleton, Kristin
Nichols, Arion Nickson, La-


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juan Quinn, Kennetha Raines,
Tiffany Sanders, Devon
Thomas, Tawnya Wilcox,
Travis Williams, Analisa
Wood, Sandy Praytor.
Grade two: Chad Arrant,
Norton Arrant, Mary Ann
Byrd, Lakitcha Daniels, An-
gela Davis, Ernest Exum,
Elitha Gant, Al Jones,, Jason
Lee, Brian Lemieux, Andrea
McCulley, Tom Moore, Kellie
Moree, Jeff Newberry, Stacey
Newsome, Felisha Pittman,
Andy Rutter, Jenny Simnons,
Davina Seymour, Jasbn Wit-
ten.
Grade three: April Allen,
Holley Bailey, Jeffery Batson,
Charlie Brake, Sharr.in Byrd,
Roy Campbell, Ann Cantley,'
Tammy Capps. Chris Cox-
Donna Durham, Buck Fernan-
dez. Hope Gentry, , Lor
Gentry, Scott Godwin, Laurie
Hall, Tyrome Hamilton, Lean-
na Harcus, Deon. Joseph,;
Becky Keith, Regijald Larry,'
Darrell Linton, Vivian Miller,
Paula Pendarvis, KetidaU
Pinkney, Charles Praytdn,


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Dontae Quinn, Paxton Roger:
Benjamin Russ, Jason Spike
Tracy Stansel, Matthew Tay
lor, Wendy Weston, Nico)
Whaley, Calondra White
Stephen White.
Grade four: avid Browi
Larry Bryd, Mark Godwin
Alison Handley, Michat
Harper, Amanda Jacksol
Michael Lollie, John Moor
Mary Ruth Wood.
Grade five: Christophe
Bowen, Tammy Burrows
Lance Campbell, Yoland
Daniels, Timothy Davis
Joseph Evans, Katonya Gard
ner, Wendy ,Groos, Stac
Kemp., Patricia Lee, Micke
Lewter, Donna Lynchard
.Tracy Melvin, Daniel More
'.Phillip Nedley, Felicia Nortl
George Newsome, Cyru
Riley, Hannon Smith, Michel
Taylor. Kristin Totmar
Christopher Wahl.
G rade six: Chris Brockman
Anthoniy Dixon, Eddie Had
dock, Lashune Leslie, Lis
M,.ahlkov, Raelene McCoy
Dptis Sander, Meliss
Watson.


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