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PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 20., 1982
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I Port St. Joe High Honor Graduates
Five Positions Cut from PSJHS
.William Lloyd Altstaetter, Jr. Victoria Renee Barnhlll Jan Marie Clenney
After several weeks of indecision concerning
personnel cuts for Gulf County Schools for the next
school term, the School Bbard has tentatively set
their official figures at 11i positions and have taken
steps to eliminate the positions from the system.
"Mostly, we did the eliminating by cancelling
annual contracts in certain areas", Superinten-
dent Walter Wilder said. -"It was a hard thing to
do, but a necessary step we had to take in order to
function properly next year", he went on.
Wilder said every sc ol in-the district felt the
personnel cut, with Port %.,Joe High School taking
the brunt of the load,'loing five instructional
personnel. Wewahitchka' High School felt a
reduction of two; Wewiahitchka Elementary
School, 2; Port St. Joe Elementary School, 1 and
Highland View Elementary School, 1.
The reduction of one at Highland View
tentative until a later enrollment could
evaluated. The April-May enrollment dict
that this reduction was not necessary which w
make the total reduction in teacher personnel
rather than 11.
In the final analysis, release of teachers fo
I1 I neiiins" Is tentative, since retirement
I esinations .ifter the March decision would a
tne stalling plans of the School Board Wilder
personnel appointment made at the April b
meeting completes staffing plans for the 19
school year. The only exception to thi
Wewahitchka High School, which will be fina
this week at a special meeting.
Presently, the Board has agreed to
annual appointments to the following instrue
in the following schools:
185 Seniors Gradi
Baccalaureate Services Sunday Be.
Lori Kay McClain ,
. *IK AllI
Patricia Ann Raiford.
, .. t .- Pi, erc.' e
* Janine Christine Pierce
Thomas Edward Robert!
Marion Gaynell Stephens Timothy Ray Stutzman
Graduation exercises will be
presented for the 185seniorsahitchka High School High Hon
...graddating gfr6gin Gu Coun- v ew it chlIa Hi H o
ty's two higlischools, begin-
ning Sunday gad contffiuing
through Tuesday, according to u
Walter Wilder, Superinten- 'i
dent of Schools.
In Port St. Joe, Baccalau- of W
create services will be held in
the Coliseum' of the high
school Suinday evening at 8:00
p.m., for the 136 seniors
graduating from Port St. Joe
Hi h School.'
Rev. Howard Browning, .
Pastor of the First Baptist B
Church, will be delivering the :
,Baccalaureate address.' O of "
Port St. Joe High School.
Band, under the direction ofa ." .
Din Crews, will fhrnish)the ?. ". .- '
i4ntlsic, Afort Teho mi .
Grau uon, sepicqq will be Ti. 0hy Tron werty Flemg Joan Angela Gordon "Kiyn
h 1 Monday ', night 8it 8:00 .Trst
Sm, also in the Coliseum. ewahitc High- School -will ha Bacca. gh honor graduat6s- the program include
The school. will, graduate 13 laureate service es Sunday morning in, the 'High Biooks.Fleming, hh1Q Will give the welcome, and
high honor, graduates .this' Schobl. Comrins F areaa at 8: 0('a. .n, a anrd Snja Van Bemen with the invocation. Kimberly
year,'with the high honor graduation ercises. Tuesday eymning at 8.:00 Ligh Mathes is also a high honor.graduate.
grads selecting three of their p.m., in the. CommonsArea. for 48 graduating .Honor graduates are:| Aithony Demetrie
number to .speak, .at the seniors. Bostick;, Ann Elizabeth Hodges, Phoebe Oreda
exercises Rev. Kyle-Slater, pastor of West Side Baptist Kenip, Patsy Vanessa Maraman, Stephan Michael
The high honor graduates Church, ,ill be delivering the Baccalaureate Stripling, Mary Ann Suber, Paul Ernest Walburn,
are: William Lloyd Altstaet- message on, Sunday morning.. and Victoria Ann Ward.
ter, Jr., Victoria Renee Barn- Joan s Gordon and Tim Bowers,, two' of .Other graduates appearing on the program
hill,.Jari Marie Clenney, Tere- Wewahitchka's high honor graduates Mill- e include: Andy Bostick who will lead in the pledge
sa Louise Ford, Melinda Rena giving the main addresses of the evening. Other of allegiance arid steve Stripling who will
McArdlq, Lori Kay McClai, ..
SJanine Christine Pierce, Pa- .. .. :.
tricia Ann Raiford, Thori as
Edward Roberts, Marion Gay-
nil, Stephens, Timothy Ray Er. .
Stotzman, Jennifer Lee .t
Spefth gty AskedC for Price OI
man and Elizabeth Ann Ward. w St. i
'Speaking for the graduates
will be Janine Pierce, Patty The City of Port St. Joe may St. Joe Natural Gas has two They can drill a water well water f
Raiford and Gaynell.Stephens, be furnishing treated water options if they want to furnish and construct a treatment V
Who will develop the theme: for the residents of the Beach- water to the beaches area. plant, or they can buy treated Mayo
"No Man Is An Island". es area in the near future.
Other high honor graduates Tuesday night, the City .-
on the program include: Lbri received a request from St. D am R em oval Per
McClain giving the invoca- Joe Natural Gas Company, Dam Rem oval iern
tion; Kip Altstaetter' pledge to Inc., of Port St. Joe to furnish
the flag; Ann Ward, leading them water to re-sell to the The State Department of .sed forr denial. The lowed
the Alma Mater; Vieky Blarn- residents of the beaches area. The State Department ofsed for approval or denial. The lowed
hill, giving thebenictn resident. Joe Natural Gas Company, Environmental Regulation is DER is inviting public inspec- against
SGraduating with hoeriors has approach. Joe Natural Gas Companyhed the Guf currently considering an ap- tion of the permit at their of a suit
are: Ernest Coiincil. ran, Countys Commission for a pliation from the Dead Lakes offices in Pensacola. City cit
III, Iris Bolden Garesnd, franchise to install a central Water Management District The permit was applied for ty on
James Alan Hamby liJseph water supply servicto thel Board to remove portions of by the Dead Lakes Board's Panam
Earl Hewett, Christops h water supply servicebto the C thd Dead Lakes Dam near attorney, Hentz McClellan of the inji
Earl Hewett, ChrJsto her beaches. Wewahitchka Blountstown, after Circuit the De
HicksRoma Janene, Kommy Joe Kin, Daniel g, Stuart Shoaf, an executive According to a legal notice Judge Larry Bodiford ruled prepare
Roma Janene, cerKott, arel with the a price to f irmased the published last week by DER, recently that the Board had of the
Merill MDeahkbv, Patrick treated for water,ice thfurnist. Jothe the are now considering the that authority. Bodiford was Accoi
Gregory May, Brian Guerry Natural Gas collecting the permit which is being proces- the presiding judge who al- Board
Melton, Delbert Floyd Saas, water at the treatment plant
Marjorie Isabell Shoelles, and transporting it by. ipipeline
Laurie Lynn Simon, Inga to the beaches for distribution.
Nahette Smith, Michael Eldon The City agreed to'sell the ed Cross A asking f]
S Sweazy, Terry Eugene Tay- beaches area treated water at ,-
lor and Carolyn DeAnna the same price and arrange- Red Cross Blood Services units of whole blood in the trip from 2
Wright. ments as water is sold to Ward will be in Port St. Joe on here Wednesday. "We need to May 26
Class officers include Dan Ridge. The water would be Wednesday afternoon of next do this four times a year in drives
McDermott, president; Gay- provided at the regular city week to collect blood to order to meet the require- fire sta
nell Stephens, vice-president; rate plus 20 percent sur- replenish stocks of whole ments of Gulf County", Olivier nue, t
Jan Clenney, treasurer and charge. A limit *of 500,000 blood which serve Port St. said. admini
SJennifer Totman, secretary. gallons per day wasplaced on Joe and Gulf County. Locally, the program is offered
The class will be presented the deal without further nego- Steve Olivier, area repre- being administered by a vol- as beir
by Principal Edwin Williams tiations. The Commission felt sentative of Red Cross Blood unteer group headed up by sanitar
and Superintendent of Schools this was all the water the City Services from Mobile, Ala- Mrs. Tom Parker. tion tha
Walter Wilder will award the could comfortably commit bama, said Red Cross would The blood will be collected "We're
(Continued on Page 3) itself for at this time. be trying to collect at least 50 at the Gulf Pines Hospital this pro
Port St. Joe High School: Teresa Brown,
Gregory Burch, Virginia Campbell, Dwaine
Fisher. Shaw Maddox and Rachel Smith. Highland
View Elementary School: Marilyn Funderburk
and Melody Nelson Port St. Joe Elementary
Juanise Williams, John Hicks and Jean Whitten.
There were no annual contract teachers
renewed at the Wewahitchka Elementary School
and Wewahitchka High School will be decided this
In addition to the faculty staff reductions, the
Board has wiped out a complete program in Port
St Joe, removing the building trades classes from
the Port St Joe High School curriculum.
The vocational education program in Port St.
Joe will continue to offer welding and auto
,berly Le6hMatles Son ea .
pronounce the benediction. '
Principal' Clayton Wooten will present the -.
senior class to Superintendent of Education;
Walter Wilder, who will present the diploma..
Music for the exercises will be provided by. the .'
High School band under the direction of Debbie n
Class officers are: Brooks Fleming, presi-
dent; Andy Bostick. vice-president; Phoebe
Kemp, secretary; Joan Gordon, treasurer and
Dell Jackson, parliamentarian.
(Continued on Page 3) -..
rom Port St. Joe. ed Wastewater Plant manag-
ATER SYSTEM ger, Bob Simon, to work up a.
r Frank Pate instruct- (Continued on Page 3)
a temporary stay and member, Jim Bozemaj
the Board as the result there are currently no plar
t by a group of Panama nor are any plans being mat
izens who own proper- to remove a portion of tt
the Dead Lakes. The dam. "We don't even kno
a City people asked for what we have to do in order I
unction when they felt have authority for such'
ad Lakes Board was step", Bozeman said. Tt
ng to remove a portion board member told The Sta
dam. "We haven't even met sine
rding to Dead Lakes the litigation was started
secretary, Jerry Gates iContinued on Page 3) .
)r Your Blood
to 6 p.m., Wednesday,
to 6 p.m., Wednesday,
. In the past the blood
have been held at the
tion on Williams Ave-
but Rand Wortman,
strator of Gulf Pines
the use of the facilities
ng handier and more
y for this type opera-
an the fire station was.
happy to cooperate in
gram", Wortman said.
Gulf County's last blood
drive was held in February of
this year on a cold, rainy,
miserable day. Looking for a
goal of 100 units, the drive
netted only 39 units.
Those who are between the
ages of 17 and 65 and in
general good health are eligi-
ble to give blood. Olivier says
donors can safely give every
'eight weeks with no ill effects.
Sheriff Murphy Explains Concealed Weapon Law
-soehe" o wur encad".nno
If you've'heard it is now legal to carry. a
concealed -weapon in your truck or car,
Sheriff Kein Murphy suggests you go farther
than the "I heard" and review the provisions
of the law to be sure you understand what you "
can and cannot do.
Everyone who owns a handgun can't just
hide it in his car to his satisfaction and still be
complying with the law and its requirements..
Up until House Bill 1173 was passed by the
Florida Legislature and signed into law by the
governor, it was illegal to carry a concealed
weapon in the.passenger section of a vehicle,
unless you had.a permit to do to.
S"If you feel you need to carry a gun,"
Sheriff Murphy said, "y9u can now do so, but
it must be securely encased or otherwise not
readily accessible for immediate use."
"Securely encassed' is now defined in
Florida Statute 790.001 to mean mthe weapon is
inside: a glove compartment, whether or not
locked; a closed box; or a container which
has to be opened.
"Readily accessible of immediate use"
means the weapon would be carried in such a
way that it could be quickly retrieved as if on
the person. In other words, the concealed
weapon cannot be "readily accessible" or it
must Dei->eu~ri taluabcu e --- --
the weapon be carried on the person without a
permit, in or out of the car or truck.
Sheriff Murphy said examples of legal
ways to carry concealed weapons would be to
have a revolver in the glove compartment or
a rifle in -a rack behind the seat. Illegal
storage of a concealed weapoii would be
where the driver could quickly retrieve it with
FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 38
Jennifer Lee Totman
glizabeth Ann Ward
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THURSDAY, MAY 20, 182
Out for Blood
A person shouldn't expect to participating hospital (which in-
':", receive anything for nothing. He cludes most of them) simply be-
I.6 should expect to compensate in cause you are from Gulf County and
'.'-some manner for whatever he Gulf County participated in this
I receives ... even blood. .'. blood drive. Your only cost will be
t isn't e g to or m y fr the charge for processing the ,..' '_-
It isn't enough to offer money for paperwork and the hospital charge
blood. It happens to be one of those for administering.
L" commodities whicif have only one
source of supply and only the pure Your giving also assures there is
.ingredient will meet the need, an adequate supply of tested,
whenever a need arises. ', properly processed and properly
So how do we pay for any blood stored whole blood ready for 'your
:We might need?'How &a~we goingto needs herein Gulf Pines Hospital, in
ascertain just when we will nbed this Paanama City hospitals and" in
life-giviig'fluid intime enough to get Tallahassee in our immediate area.
X the money. together to make- pay- A contribution is potentially for your '
ient for it. HQw can we even know use. If you don't need it, the blood
0 will have efouigh tt pay for laky 11 be provided fdr someone else
tl3ood we mightfiieed in the futtu. who does need it. It Won't be wasted.
One easy way is to contribute Walking blood.banks were.good
ood to the R :Cr&ss'blb dNve in tiV'r" day, bui today's" tiediil
[Text Wednesday, May 26, whenjhe care makes them impractical. and.
ed 1Criss s e.-r W..it i c idi6 they have beeuiolawed for tri. past
adquartersiiGhi~lf PfiesFopital two yeirs.'One acknowledged expert
this prii'pose. in blood provision 'and care reduces
S Why should you give? What do the number of-possibilities that 'ca
ibu get outW'tfit? '- .* v happen with w.e. blood. -.Your
assurance of getting what you need
First,, donating blood in the -when you -edui- are greatly
i ve next W&iie-sday.will provide iidproved with' the' existancead i
%ailable- blobi" fr Byou 8r anyone uof of thischtraP system: i
e from Gulf County whomustce '
-airgery or "other blbodii requiring If you care f6royurself or yourL ,
,ocedures inii hospital O ini"e neighbors, be i GulfPiie Hespit'l 'H
A Wh New Ball Team
With the ruling of the State months he has ruled out running for
reme C' uit' last -week, t uff. governor of the State bf sl rida. 4.
S unty will corme f&ce to face with Now, with his decision to retired in
trauma 'iin vig'to r" l'"e41a two' years changed"to '" having to tQM '
its delegatiobiit' Wti i,. retire now or fae. other f,-,year ,
:., arid TallaHa.se Int Ifll tenure in office (if he getsr .lect- .,,
ctioris this year. ,. ed) the questi,-n ha b ,ita
The Su ii&Co ftL filed :traf will Senator, Barr dek another F
y |l state Senators iustseek re-elec- four year 'termi? '
n now that the .reappoftioheStant If he doesn't, we will have an Friens ,are h to fu
n has .beeri accepted and ap' entirely new face in Tallahassee in has eensas 1 ,at'
ved The Courh lat ruled that no our Senate seat e a situation lhicha fortunate if.it
S iator was elected by the people he lot of counties will find themselves to cuthisfrien Most
she ewill serve, soal must face the in. 'To lose both 'familialfare'f at. o
.'... *ers i ;n t" f ll <'." h' .1 1 '' t l'" :'" 'l a' 'ee ge
ers mn the f i once will be quite aini rdeal fr'is if .-
Already we tre in Guf County we have to go through thl tw years cha to ng
S.f'w we were not going to "have It is now hard enough for' Gulf do
> B3presehtative Leonard Hall serv'- Cng fo Gl otgn sarily ina ,t
'iiC us in Tallfa lsse "nhxt.'earWe County to get what t ineedt s Owith m en h't ih
:. tled a ittle uyear in e) three seasoned effective represen- i 's wit so
The tichal Sueat at losir i one familiar tatives in Talahassee in' Barron therm if oit ea 'other .
with t 'se n ii'eit Which Hall and Pat Thomras of Quincy. 's6me' df foithfhl"th
S e withat the semi-secppo. tion nt Replacing allhe doesn't, we will havede an rdl g
t State Seate. Now, 'even "that .our ,clout consieray.' .. mai'treyolu.-s ionhary .-a
$i e may have to go. Add this to the need for a change so,' deserfies anrexplanai
S Senator Dempsey 'Barron had in our national representative iic A dog bit me once but it
said this current termwas going Congress and Gulf ount willstart his fne
.t.. e his last. When His preset tei rm the season with n enltiry. new ball hsdei ,ewfieadnds
r~ out he was going to hang it 'up team. Let's hope we can still meet c .iie whistling" ?i 6.
.a. enjoy his ranch.. During thepast the competition., estern'yerp"ust as
Recession Tightening On the Big, ti
THE RECESSION IS tightening up tions. Mason took a salary, cut, and, $2,669,000 category. David ought ti
S these United States and'the bank- according to the article, "Mason didn't able t oto skimp by on that little bit.
.. rutcy announcement last week of starve". e++ st '
Brianiff Airlines'caused a-few tiremors + + + WHAT DOES A fellow 'do all
trilter down through "the financial LET'S TAKE A LOOK at some of long,' thrulf houtg the year, to bew
.. .,.presen .ve -onar ,r -d '; not.'.ne esdari, fifi ar-o
iAlong with the announcement of. w .t
B.t.niff in the papers last week end, .
wsweek had an article last week .
tling of what the recession was doing | u y rolu
-. tethe- men at thve to gp Add thisto the ned for a change 'tso, dseraanelana
.. coratins, conglomerates and fir "
e doing quite well, insBarrpite of the n our national represented in A dog bme once,bt
r session. Most are still eating regular- I '-t a lon
nd have seen vey little erm osion of l. .. .
t5. r incomes. ., a *.ttran
5Some incomes of higher executives '. .,
heoe seen better days Still as the the other men at the top and take a peek $2,669,000 a year? Does he have idi
agicle said, "Despite a recession at the'cream they managed to skim off Does he tell people what to do? yo
marked byhis layoffs and unpiisreedent ted their operations a listen attentively while the boss.
wri.S-, most top executives survived Motor 'pCo eam. Let's hop was paid $450,240, stillio; plus a year; or $1 million'
*19i quite comfortably-and gave while the company was experiencing its half million? -
thmselves hefty pay raisesDuring the largest loss of their history. J. Peter rs+ + s
p icess". Grace, of W. R. Grace & Co., was paid WHEN YOU GET beyond a skil
.2hen the article went on to point out $i1,809,82. That's a tidy sut. Edward playing baseball, football, ughsoc
FlTrida's Raymond K. Mason, who runs R. Telling of Sears, Roebuck and Co., basketball, hockey or showing.:,
thepCharter Comliany out of Jackson- got a payroll check for $985,850. David naked butt on a movie screen, .wat
vi&e, as well as several other opera- Tendler of Phibro Corp., was in the a fellow possibly do that wdfldl'l
- 4* -
h4hip, A Lost Art
A *? -. I I I I '
i. It'. fo4t reached the bottom of the
ant is-. pdal cycle, he, 'unbarkingly,
!ndV' bit me-iab6ut one inch above
m en my protruding, tender ankle
tonie bone; I tried to catch him and
mins' do-him boily' harm, but he
e: scaped to the security of 'his
a fiiced yard. That day I vowed
i but- never to' fear or run from a
d. dog. Since then, dogs under-
^'ut stand me and I 'have never
..M1. been attacked again.
td!i Children are wonderful
., la creatures and unbelievably
!ai.i perceptive. They are also the
n ig most honest creatures on
nd .. =earth. Children will intimidate
tnl :- you if they can. If you have a
twas flaw, mental or physical, they
's "a will find it, point it out, and use
iwas it to their advantage. I have
e'as. successfully countered this by
"'imiy asking a few leading questions
y left like,- "Have you had your
beating today?" Another good
one is, "How did you get so
ugly in four year?" Children
now sense a greater power
when I walk into a room and
cower down in reverence, or
flee in terror.
Women are another matter.
It is very easy for me to be
friends with women. After all,
the people I love most, my
wife, daughter, my mother,
and sisters, all my aunts and
grandmothers and past girl
friends, are all women.
Women are sometimes not so
easy to talk to, but just looking
at them, more often than not,
will offset any verbal abuses.
My friendship with women
has been a relatively recent
occurance. Surprisingly, I dis-
covered I could converse with
different women about things
Gulf Guidance Clinic t
The Gulf County School
Board .through; the, .Floriidp
Diagnostic .and- Learning ..Re-
source System-PAEC,'and the
Gulf County Guidance Clinic,
is sponsoring a community
service program to screen
preschool children, ages three
and four years, to detect
that were mutually interesting
without becoming romantical-
ly involved. These 'conersa-
tions sometimes lead to a
mutual admiration, respect
and friendship- and thdt's
Take for instance my neigh-
bor. She is twenty-four, five
foot four and has long blond
hair. Her vital statistics are
37-24-36, and she weighs about
116 pounds. Her skin is lightly
tan and smooth as silk. She
looks like she just stepped out
of a "Healthful Living" maga-
zine and has a personality to
match. This girl is a friend of
mine...as close and as long as
she wants to be.
potential learning problems.
* Screening'will be done.in. the
.,areas of hearing, speech-ahd:
'language, 'concept, f6rination"
and fine motor coordination. If
it is found that a child -is
experiencing difficulty, 'the
screening committee will
make recommendations for
Each child to be screened
must be accompanied by'a
parent or legal guardian. ",'"
Screening" sites 'and dates
are as follows: Wewa Elemen-
tary, MainiStreet Site, May 20,
8:30 A.M.-3:OOP.M.; aid Port
St. Joe Elemertary, Miy 21,
8:30 A.M.- 3:00P.M.
SFor further information,
call the Exceptional Student
Education office at 2274-1558Y
That gray discoloration:
that often appears on high-
ly polished furniture may
disappear if the surface
is wiped with ..a soft
cloth that has been wru4lg
out in warm water 'con-
taining a little 'vine r.
Dry and polish afterwards.
Little and the Graduates' Future
_ : -
$2 million a year?
It wouldn't do for some' of our top
executives around the country to get
the mistaken idea they are as good or as
valuable' as, say, Dave Parker, or
I'm going to have to take a long
hard look at my situation. The Star
didn't lose money last year. You know
it didn't because we are still operating.
I believe that were we to lose as much
money as the automobile companies,
the airlines or steel companies, it would
put us put of business. For instance,
The Star couldn't stand to lose $379
million in two years, like Braniff did,
before we would have to close the door
and throw away the key.
When you get down to it, it's more
catastrophic for little guys like me to
make a wrong move in these uncertain
times than it is for the president of Ford
Motor Company to make a wrong
guess. So, why don't I make more
money than he does? I can't figure it
out. The only compensation is that, I
don't have to follow in the footsteps of
Raymond K. Mason. It would damage
my peace of mind to have my salary
cut by $249,000 in one year!
MANY OF US SMALL business
men are getting into the big time these
days. Several of us have deferred our
annual salary for the sake of the
company and its fiscal health. We
didn't plan it that way, it was more of a
necessity, you know. The only compen-
sation is that we are now playing in the
big lesgues with the heavy hitters.
GULF COUNTY WILL spout out
185 new adults on the world during the
next week. Graduation exercises will be
held at both county high schools, ending
the secondary school career for these
It has been a long time ago, but I
vividly remember when I graduated
from high school. The day it happened,
I was one of the happiest young siarnt
alecks in the world. The day after, ias
ready to get back into the.i.studehit
groove and let momma and diaddy
worry about those things like clothing,
meat on the table, rent, heat, etc.
Graduation became a scary thing
and it doesn't lei up too much. When
you read the unemployment statistics,
the bankruptcies, the cost of housing,
the interest rate, and other factors in
financing your way in this world today,
it gets more scary being an adult, as the
hours go by.
It was a comparatively easy step,
going out into the world in 1946, but here
in 1982, I shudder to think about it. "
I'm not wishing to scare the seniors
of this year. Likely, they are like I was
several years ago. Those things of
paying your own 'way would be taken
care of some way or other. There was
'no sweat' about tomorrow, 'until
Congratulations, grads. I hope your
tomorrows are 'no sweat'!
THE STAR -
Puldilt d EwTmTide alt asWM AMu, Pot SL Joe. Florida
Sec.id.C Pptage Psid at Port SLJo Floriia 324M5
Wesley R. Ramsey .......... Editor and Publisher
WIllimm H. Rimse-.' Production Supt.
Fi li LL..tmsey ................. Office Manager
Shirley K. RiainSy ................... Typesetter
POSTOFFICE OX 308
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
SECOND-CLASS POSTAGE PAID
AT PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA
INCOUNTY-ONEYEAR. 00 SIX MONTHS IN COUNTY $500
OUTOFCOUNTY.-ONEYEAR.51200 OUT OF US ONE YEAR $14,00
TO AOVERTIEIS--In case of or omissions in advertisements. the publishers do not hold
SH jar dmge ur1erOw than amount r cehlwd for such advertisement
.pii f Isin e scm a t itiis the printed word Is thoughtlully weighed. The spoken word
brl- ,.'' f Toerd torougniy cowinces. Th spoken word Is lost, the printed word remilns.
tFmr aa-il cnics
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.
High Ht. Low HL.
1039 1.1 1938 .2
1042 1.3 2031 -.1
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T. Above, paid a visit to City Hall Tuesday morning as an
Class Visits City H all exercise in their study on city government in social studies.
The class is posing above on the front steps of the city hall.
MrS. Sidney Anchors' third grade, shown in the picture -Star photo
, City Asked Price (Continued from Page 1)
Clerk, Alden Farris, reported check' for $250,000 had been
to the Commission that a received from Baptist Medical
set of specifications for instal-
lation of a water and sprinkler
system at the new perpetual
The Commission has a plan
for the installation, but have
received some negative re-.
portis from Simon on some of
the equipment stipulated in
t* he plans. Simon is to size the
pump, recommend the style
and type pump to be.used and
work up the volume needed to
do the job adequately.
In reporting on financial
S matters for the City, City
to see your good
(Continued from Page 1) "
against us by the Panama City
Bozeman said there would
be no action of any kind until
the court matter presently
pending is settled. "We don't
know what we're doing to do
yet", Bozeman said.
Both Bozeman and Gates
said the Board would need
permission from several
boards before they could
remove a portion of the dam.
"This permission from DER is
just one permit we would need
if we should decide the thing to
do is to remove a part of the
dam", they said.
Bozeman pointed out that
the Board has studies being
made to acquaint them with
Center of Jacksonville, as
partial payment for the MuMi-
cipal Hospital deposited in
interest earning certificates.
Ashley Smith, 18, died Sun-
day, May 9, while swimming
with his friends in Panama
City at Passion Lake.
He is survived by: his
mother, Mrs. Earline Smith,
Panama City; three sisters,
Mrs. Ida Pearl Peterson, Miss
Sarah Smith, and Mrs. Mary
Addison, all of Port St. Joe;
two brothers, Mark Smith,
Panama City, and Fred Smith
of Port St. Joe; his grand-
mother, Mrs. Helen Bland of
Abbeville, Ala.; two uncles;
many nieces, nephews, cou-
sins: and sorrowing friends.
Funeral services were held
at Thompson Temple First
Born Church of the Living
God, Sunday at 2:00 p.m. with
Bishop E. D. Dixson offi-
ciating. Burial was in Forest
Comforter Funeral Home
was in charge of arrange-
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 20, )982
PA E. THREE
Gulf County School Lunch Menu
Monday, May 24
Sloppy Joe, French fries,
orange juice, cake and milk.
Tuesday, May 25
Battered dipped fish, cab-
bage slaw, baked beans, hush
puppy, and milk.
Wednesday, May 26
Spaghetti with meat sauce,
green beans, tossed salad,
buttered roll, and milk.
Special Day At
The Annual Women and
Men Day Observance of Smith
Chapel A.O.H. Church of God
will be held Sunday, May 26.
The morning services will
be hosted by the Women and
the evening service will be
conducted by the Men.
Pastor A. Johnson cordially
invited everyone to attend
Thursday, May 27
Chicken, rice with gravy,
turnip greens, sweet potatoes,
cornbread, and milk.
Friday, May 28
Hot dog, French fries, sliced
peaches with peanut granules,
cinnamon crispy, and milk.
what is needed for the Dead
Lakes and "We'll try to do
what we need in order to
revive the lakes", he said.
The Board member stressed
there are presently no plans to
remove any portion of the
dam. "If we should decide to
do so, we don't want to have to
wait two or three years to get
permits, so we are starting
now to get the permits in hand
if we should we need them",
the representatives said.
Both Gates and Bozeman
said they didn't-know McClel-
lan had applied to DER for the
permit until he had already
done so. Neither objected to
the move, indicating that it
was a routine matter of little
to- no significance at the
Gulf County Graduates
411 Reid Ave.
229-6514 or 229-6103,
b.-'.- ,1> pr::-'. '=,1 ..r'-' .,
Like a good neighbor;
State Farm is there.
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Graduating seniors are:
Ashley Dewayne Abrams, Chris Aaron
Adkison, Sammy Teresa Barber, Peter
Scott Bell, Edwina Dawn Bond, Patricia
Ann Burkett, Joseph Rex Bush, Kimber-
ly Sue Buskens, Veronica Marloe Beard,
Samuel Jerome Bryant, Christal Ann
Campbell, Bryant Fredrick Cannington,
Jr., Johq Gregory Cannon, Jea e e Le-
*Juan Chavous;-Louise Lorraine Cherry,
*JaieiaEdfaArd 'Cbstiri, Katrina Lyrin
Daniels, Freddie Jean Daniels, Diana
Williams Dykes, Bryan Wayne Ernst.
Gregory Antoniett Farmer, Steven
Bernard Fennell, Drucilla Ann Filmore,
Jerry Jerome Filmore, Donna Joy Ford,
Mitchell Lawson Former, John Daniel
Fowler, June Renee Forworth, Calvmn
Bernard Freeman, Renece Gainer, Cur-
tis Lee Gilbert, Douglas Lamar Gilley,
Terri Lorraine Gilley, Gilbert Cornelius
Givens, Barbara Diann Grace, Timothy
Fisher Graham, Serena Lee' Guillot.
Michael Craig 'Hamm. Bertha Lee'
Harris, Marl Jem Harrison, Phyllis Ann
Henderson, George Miller Hunter, Ken-
neth Wayne Hutchinson, Sandra Kay
Jackson, Angela Deneen Jenkins,
Carolyn Julia Jones, Billy Milton
Johnson, Jr., Roy William Keith, James
Martin Kent, Jr., Patrick Edwin
Kerigan, John Edward Lane, Carol
Marie LeHardy, Larry Joe Levins,
Walter James Lewis.
Katherine Kelly McCain, Bridgette
Ann McGee, Christine Marie Martin,
Melvm Martin, Harold Mathes, Cynthia
Jo Marshall, William Richard Mer-
chant, Jr., Mark Anthony Mork, David
Brent Moore, Wanda Mills, Kenneth
Lamar Mims, Kevin Douglas Nacht-
shelm, Charles Fredrick Noble, Jr.,
James Allen Poole, Cynthia Marie
Price, Gregory Frank Pierce.
Canesia Denise Phillips, Randy
Clayton Raffield, Vickie Doreen
Ramsey, Debra Lynn Register, Walter
Kevin Roberson, Michael David Roney,
Melvin Anthony Riley, Patricia Denise
Sasser, Gerald Clifton Shearer, Mar-
chell Sims, Stefon Levan Sims.
Thomas Alan Sisk, Joyce Ann Smith,
Karen Ann Smith, Ronda Ranay Staf-
ford, Brenda Stallworth, Bobby Clark
Stillinger, Cynthia Lynn Sullivan. Jacob
Mouchette Tankersley, Susan Gaye
Taylor, Nora Lorraine Thomas,
Michelle Marie Ullmen, Sonia Evette
Watson, Mark David Wester, Arthur
Torch Wilhams, Jay Franklin Williams,
JuVanva Michelle Williams, Troy De-
WayneWilliams, Emory Andrew Wilkin-
son, David Kent White, Rov Jefferson
White, James Paul Whitfield, Jr., John
Alan Whiting, Nelson Gregory Wood,
Shawna Faye Wood, Candye Woullard.
(Continued from Page 1)
Graduating seniors include:
Phillip Addison, Al Tony Brooks.
Adrian Scott Brown, Daniel Webster
Dean, Kevin Scott Ferry, Randat Scot
Gortman, William Dell Jackson, Harry
Woodrow Marsh, Jr., Robert Edward
Martin, Jr., Lonnie Harold McLemore,
Johnny Lee Nobles, William Norman
Nunnery, Timothy Ray Price, Michael
Dean Rogers, Mark Anthony Sears,
Samuel. Richard Weaver, Jr., James
Timothy Whitfield, Harold Wayne
Williams, Thomas Eugene Wood, Melvin
Connie Lynn Cain, Tracy Alison Den-
ton, Mary Etta Fisher, Malinda Ann
Hill, Schelley Lester, Peggy Michelle
Marlo*. Julie Renee Mayhann, Lisa Ann
McDaniel, Jacqueline Yvette Myers.
Kendall Annette Norris, Eleanor Pitts,
Teresa Rae Thompson, Crystal Ann
Trevisone, Sarah Gall Weaver and
Fredla Annette Williams.
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Lynn Marie Blick and Jef- and Pal
frey Lee Furr were united in on, Tex
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d. dy, April 24 at First United by Mrs.
thodist Church in Port St. Frien
a e. Reverend Jimmie Spikes there,
performed the double ring ship ha
r SEhe bride is the daughter of Janis
SMr. and Mrs. Howard Lee thia We
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The bridegroom is the son of Maddox
Mr, and Mrs. Howard Lee cake; D
Furr of Ocala. Money
S -Nuptial music was per- bride's
formed by Ann Aldridge, Ginger
organist, and Jan Richardson, The r
soloist. by Mrs.
:Given in marriage by her
parents, and escorted to the
altar by her father, the bride
I hose a gown of polyester
Organza featuring a high
grown collar, shirred lace
Poke, and long fitted sleeves,
hanced with re-embroider-
qd lace and tiny seed pearls.
e'h A-line skirt was accented
Aith re-embroidered lace and
A chapel length train. To
complement her ensemble,
She chose a tiara type head-
6"iece- of.,schiffli lace."The
fingertip length veil' was ac-
eted with scalloped tiers
a7pd pearl motifs.
-.he bride carried an ele-
Int, graceful cascade of
Vbite silk phalaenopsis, ste-
f" anotis, pink roses, and
l ender eucharis fillies, en-
Ihfnced with lace and pink and
S [he bride's matron of honor
vtps Deborah Scott, sister of
bridegroom, from Gaines-
'vile. The bridesmaids were
nda Burrows and Phyllis
tie Richardson, daughter
So r. and Mrs. Alan Richard-
sIN of Port St. Joe, was flower
erry Furr, brother of the
Sbdegroom, from Charlotte, R
.i served as best man. .e
.. U er groomsmen were
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1982
Furr April 24
ul Walker, from Houst-
wedding was directed
ds and relatives ga-
in the church fellow-
ill for the reception
g the ceremony.
Tankersley and Cyn-
lls served the wedding
ecky Norris and Cindy
x served the groom's
aria Lyles and Maxine
served punch. The
book was kept by
exception was directed
Teresa Johnson and
Mrs. Paul Blount. Mrs Ela
Sutton was floor hostess.
Julie Johnson and Patricia
Nedley presented scrolls to
the guests. Alana Richardson
passed out rice bags.
The couple will reside in
Port St: Joe, where they are
employed by St. Joe Paper
A rehearsal dinner was
given in honor of the couple..on
April 23 at the Port St. Joe
Garden Club. It was hosted by
Deborah Scott, sister of the
Harry Moore, Jr. Lori Heacock
Couple to Marry
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Heacock take pleasure in
announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of
their daughter, Lori to Joseph Harry Moore, Jr., son. of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Harry Moore, Sr., of Logansville, Georgia.
The bride's maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Chafin and the late Mildred Chafin of White City.
Paternal grandparentss are Mrs. Martha Heacock and the
late Robei~t" : Heacock of Sidney, Montana.
The groom's maternal grandparents are Mrs. Dorthea
Link and the late Buhel Link 'of Niles, Ohio. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Moore of
The wedding is planned for,June 26 at 8:00 p.m., at the
First Baptist Church of Port St. Joe. No local invitations are
being sent, but all friends and relatives are invited to share in
our happiness. A reception will follow immediately in the
church fellowship hall.
'Mrs. Jeffrey Lee Furr
rception To Honor
niors Sunday Evening
i 5 2 0
St. James Episcopal Church
will honor the Seniors of Port
St. ,JoY'^High School with a
reception following Bacca-
laureate' Sunday night, at the
Parish House on Sixth Street.
SAll s.niors, theirr family,%
frienhds,,qnf :the f mculty are
NOTE OF THANKS
The family of Etta Burkett
would like to express their
sincere appreciation to every-
one who brought food or sent
flowers. We would also like to
thank the nurses of Gulf Pines
Hospital, Dr. Vizcarra, and
Dr. Simpson for their services
during her ,lengthy stay in the
;Thanks again to everyone
for their acts of kindness,
thoughts and prayers.
The family of Etta Burkett
Constance Dena Whitfield
and Dale Wilson Underwood
were united in marriage in a
candlelight ceremony on May
8, at the First United Metho
dist Church, Wewahitchka.
Reverend Jimnmie Spikes
performed the ceremony.'
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. 'and Mrs. Alfred Whitfield
of Wewahitchka. She is the.
granddaughter of Mrs. Dena
Batis, Mobile, and Mrs. Pearl
Whitfield, Wewahitchka. ,
The bridegroom is the son of'
Robert Underwood and Leah
Underwood of Cortland, New
Nuptial music was per-
formed by Mrs. Shirley Hicks.
Ushers were Tony Whitfield
and Jason Whitfield, first
cousins of the bride.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was given by the
bride's parents at the fellow-
ship hall. Assisting at the
reception were Mrs. Harrell
Holloway, Mrs. Hugh Sem-
mes, Mrs. George M. Cox,
Mrs. Steven Miller, Mrs.
Jerry Kelley, and Mrs. Tom-
Mrs. William Shirley di-
rected the'wedding; Mrs. Nils
Millergren directed the recep-
The couple will live in Oxon
Hill, Maryland. They are
members of the United States
Navy Concert Band of Wash-
A happy group of members
of the Port St. Joe Garden
Club gathered for the May
luncheon at the Garden Center
last Thursday. Mrs. Emette
Daniell was welcomed as a
new member Mrs. Paul
Kunel. president of Sea Oats
and Dunes Garden Club, told
of the interesting State Con-
vention held in April in St.
Petersburg Mrs. Kunel de-
scribed the very futuristic
table arrangements, exhi-
biting the black pipe and tin
can arrangement she had
won. She told of some rule
changes, and the continuing
emphasis on conservation,
education and growth.
The installation of the 1982-
83 officers: President, Zelda
Brown:; Ist Vice President,
Sally Sulzer, 2nd Vice Presi-
dent, Mary Harrison; Secre-
tary, Elizabeth Stuart; Trea-
surer, Frenchie Ramsey; Par-
liamentarian, Edith Stone:
was conducted by Mrs. Alice
Kunel. The President then
read the new 82-83 committee
Chairmen: Awards, Shirley
Ramsey; Banquet. Mickey
Bateman; Civic Development,
Verna'Totman; Chaplain. Ro-
chielle Jackson; ,Decorations,
Elsie Griffin; Flower Display
at Meeting, Marian Hamby;
Friendship, Mary Harrison;
Garden Center, Agnes Culpep-
Elaine Jackson; Horticulture,
Daisy Johnson and Agnes
Culpepper; Hostess, Bessie
Nedley; Membership, Helen
Durant; Program, Sally Sul-
zer; Telephone, Lea Johnsen
and Bobbie'Hallinan; Trees,
Anne Till; and Ways and
Mean., Rena Huie. These are
the ladies who work very hard
to make. St. Joe a more
delightful place to live.
.The next meeting will be a
covered dish ,luncheon on
Thursday, September 9th at
12:30 p.m. at the Garden
Center. The hostesses are
Rochelle Jackson, Bobbie Hal-
linan, and Lynn Wells.
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'.4' 5" ',
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Underwood
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Friday, May 21 1-4 P.M.
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Miss Mary Margaret Bray
Mr. andMrs. James C. Bray Inc. of Panama City.
announce the engagement and 'Mr. Bracy is a graduate of
approaching marriage of their Thomas Jefferson High School
daughter, Mary Margaret, to of Alexandria, Virginia, and is
Mr. Alfred McRae-Bracy,. III. presently stationed at'Tyn.ldal
Miss Bray 'is graduatee of Air ForceBase,-Panama City
Port St. Joe High School and The wedding will take place
Gulf Coast Community Col- on June 26, at 4:30 p.m.
lege. She is presently employ- (C.S.T.), at the First Baptist
ed with U-Get-Credit Stores. Church, Panama City.
Melissa Wood, a 16 year old
sophomore from Port St. Joe
High School, won the title of
Miss Mexico Beach on May
1st. The Beauty Pageant was
held at 8:00 P.M. at the
Mexico Beach Fire Hall. Run-
ner up was Lisa Whaley, age
Tiffany Carr, 13, was crown-
ed the "Young Miss Mexico
Beach". The runner up in this
category was Christy Arthur.
Winner .of the Little Miss
Mexico Beach was Tammy
Stallings, with Christi Foster
as runner up.
.Dr. Bill Thomas was the
Master of Ceremonies for this
9th annual Pageant. A crowd
of about 250 people turned out
for the event.
Gayle Foster, co-ordinator
for this year's pageant, said it
was the best pageant ever.
Judges for the 1982 Pageant
were: LTina Youd, fashion
co-ordinator from Smith's
Ladies Shop; Pamela Gra-
ham, Newscaster from
WMBB-TV; Diana Michaels,
fashion co-ordinator from
Gayfers; and Randy Wood,
Disc Jockey and Newcaster
Contestants began the show
with the Sportwear Competi-
tion and their introduction to
bara Bond, Gayle, Foster, and
The new winners reigned
over the Ling Festivities May
Coordinator for the pageant
was Gayle Foster. The Com-r
mittee consisted of Ms. Bar-
bara Bond, Ms. Kelly McCain,
Dr. Bill Thomas, and Rachel
Towle. Henry. Cabbage was
the pageant photographer and .
SFrom left: Loretta Hugghins. Margaret Key Biggs and
om left:' Melissa Wood, Miss Mexico Beach Tammy
.HS' Stallings, Little Miss Mexico Beach.and Tiffany Carr, Young
'Miss Mexico Beach.
To Our the audience. WJOE-FM 93. Dave Kell
he 25 contestants were provided the speaker system
Special SeniQrs judged on Sportswear, Intro- and music for .the pagean
C6n gratuations- ,- .z ion, Evening Gown Com- "We're lookirig forward to a
Congratulations & t.ion, and Judges Inter- even bigger and better pi
best wishes for .'view. geant next'year," said Mar
'e, r uor .4'the contestants entertained F6ster, President of the Mex
the future Upon the audience with dance rou- co Beach Chamber of Corr
your' graduation tines choreographed by Bar- merce. .
from high'school. -'. "'
Mwa, .. ,, "Senior Citizens Club
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Outstanding Member County, Margaret Key Bij
Awards were recently given to. Gulf County; and Eloise R
three Northwest Florida edu- sev, Calhoun County.
cator. for advancing the awards were given by
growth and development of Beta Beta chapter of the De
education in the State of Kappa Gamma Society In
Florida. Receiving the awards national.
were I nrptta Hipphinc Bayv
Outstanding Panhandle of Allegiance which was-
S.. women educators held a Di-, lowed'Iby ;a welcoming spei
Stfrift I hie'ting of the D-eltf by b6ugoig',e a"-Beta Pr
Kappa Garmma Society Inter- dent, Elbise" Ramsey.'
national at, the4larbour House Mu State Piresident, Max
in Panama'City on 'Saturday,' Smith, greeted'and challenj
May 15. the membership by stress
Jacque Price, District,. Di-, the theme pf this bienniu
rector, "opened the' sessionn Change-Path
which included members from Future. Pat Collins conduct
chapters in Northwest Florida the Roll Call of Chapters.
as well as state officers and An inspirational speech v
y chairmen. given by Edith Stone v
m Lucy Shelton led the Pledge-. interspersed favorite poe
Mr. and Mrs. ,,Gordon
Rhames 'of Highlard View
wish .to'announce the engage-
ment and approach ihg marri-
age'of their datigh'ter,' Cindy,
to Wayne .Waton', son of Mr.
and 'Mis. Cuitis, Watson "of
White City.' -' '
Final wedding plans will be
annriounced at a later date.
Brenda Moore, Director,.an-
nounced that the Gulf County;
Senior Citizens, Association
will be Senior Citizens .Club.
'The new rnam'e was'submit'fed
1fy Ms. 'Daisy 0. Furr of
'Over 45 entries were re-
ceived; each was carefully
considered by, a panel of
judges which included 'Ted
Cumbie, Dalton Walsingham,
Ethel Allen, Dora Dykes,
Stella Norris, A. 0. Boyette
and Leon Pbllock..
Ms. Furr will receive her
prize, a check for $25.00, at the
Rotary Club meeting on
Thursday. Ms; Moore ex-
pressed thanks, on" behalf of"
the Association to everyone
who submitted a name.
Is 70 Now
Dessie Lee Parker, known.
and loved by everyone, is busy
as usual celebrating her 70th
birthday at the World's Fair at
She is one of a group of 46
who :is- taking' advantageg of'
the .tour to"the .Worl's Fair,
which is an activity of the
Saint' Joseph Bay Chiapter of
the A.A.R.P.,Everyone wishes
uessie Lee many m
any miure 'Mrs. Doris Rouse of 309
Avenue C, announces the
ON EW wedding plans of her son, SP5
:' -'Kevin -R. Rotuse, to SP4
Barbara Graham' of Cleve-
land, Miss. The wedding will
be an event of Saturday, May
23 at 3 p.m., 309 Avenue' C.
A reception will follow at the
Zion Fair Baptist Church in
S the Dining Hall,
"He who rebukes the:world
is rebuked by the world."
WE NEED A
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Well you can! All children,
brought by parent or guar-
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All photos will be published
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Melissa Wood Captures
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY O0, 1982
and quotations throughout her
During the business session,
a new District I Director, Ruth
Skretting, was elected. Elva
Grow was selected to serve on
the State Nominating Com-
Geraldinie Adams of
Blountstown led the presenta-
Revision. Proposals, and al-
lowed each member to vote on
Mu State Treasurer, Dot
Oliver, assisted by Faye
Ramer, gave a slide presenta-
tion about Florida Head-
Following a buffet, work-
shops for New Officers, Com-
mittee Chairmen and Mem-
bers, .Society 'Business, Edu-
cational. Services, and -the
Program of Work were con-
The Gulf County. Adult
School will 'hold Graduation
Exercises at the Port St. Joe
High SchoolGym at'8:00 p.m.,
May 27.' ." '
fol- The. pilic is"cordially iii-
d n e ,... .- ; **-! .. I ,
ied It's Time to Thi
'ho We Have-
Mr. and .Mrs. Ralp
Kimmell wish to. annoy
final plans for the' weddi
their daughter, Karen
mell, to Robert Heathcco
The wedding will take
at Beach Baptist Chapel
23rd at 2 p.m. (EDST
reception will follow a
Local invitations are
being sent, but all friend
relatives are invited.
"Many of my .best friends have not'
'handled retirement well at all. They're
terrified about the cost of illness. So
they've pinched every penny and
squeezed all the joy out of their lives.
Iot me. I have Medicare and am i
grateful for it. I also have
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Toll-free customer service.
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FRIDAY, MAY 28
GOOD SPIRITS II
(formerly the St. Joe Bowling Lanes)
Under Management of
For Information On This Program, Write or Call
GARY DAVIS, Representative
Phone 229-8183 P. 0. Box 113 Port St.
A' '' '
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s and ROBERT HEATHCOCK
KAREN KlMMELL ,
.Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
SUNDAY SCHOOL .. .. 10:00 A.M
'MORNING'WORSHIP ... 11:00A.M., ;"'
EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00P.M '.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7-00 PM.
Pastor- Ira J. Nichols
17,500 BTU COOLING $5595
(6.0 EER) ,- ,.AC'
7,500 BTU COOLI0.G 59 5
(6b EER) 3 -c
24, 0qo TU COPING $7795
(6.5EER) : -
10,500 BTU COOLING $A :
(7.5 EER) AC
16,1o" BTU COOLING $ Afi95
l7.3'EE r)- _.,".'..-. : -:. lPII$ .. .... .
22,700 BTU COOLING $7795 ,
(6.5 EER) e,. AC
rt St. Joe Phone 229-6195
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PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1982
Seven Draw Decisions In
Court Session Monday
Three men were sentenced He received a 15 year sentence was an employee of St Joe
and four persons entered for the robbery and a concur- Paner Company
guilty pleas to lesser charges rent five year sentence for Two men entered guilty
in plea bargaining sessions on carrying the concealed pleas Monday and are pre-
Monday in Gulf County Circuit weapon. He was also sentenc- sently awaiting sentences. A,
Court. ed to 15 years for escape and a Tommy Garland entered a
Sentenced were Willie Lee concurrent five year sentence guilty plea of burglary of a
Jones, who had been found for battery on a law officer. structure and is presently
guilty in an earlier session of Other charges against awaiting a pre-sentence inves-
court on a charge of second Thomas were dropped by tigation. Garland pled guilty .
degree arson. Jones was con- Assistant States Attorney Mel to taking a coin bank)contain-
victed of participating in Magidson in exchange for the ing some $75 to $8"0rom the
setting fire to Lintori Hard- guilty plea. home of Carolyn Sims
ware building in Wewahitchka Judge Fred Turner ruled Patrick Bowers is also
S last fall. that Thomas must serve his Patrick Bowersentence inves also-
Jones was sentenced to six two 15 year terms consecu-awaiting a pre-sentence inves-
months in the county jail and tively, giving him a stint of 30 tigation after pleading guilty
four years of probation. years in jail. to a charge of aggravated
Olden Wyatt was sent to jail Connie Dorman, formerly of ba.tteo ma shooting incident
SinvolSing his brother, walter
for six months and given five Port St. Joe and now living in Bowers. Walter Bowers was
years probation after being .Lafayette, La., was placed on Bowers. Walter Bowers was e Ci,
convicted earlier, of a. charge five years probation and or- s ,h n he hand ,n the Senior Citiz.
of burglary of a structure. dered to make restitution of incidet
Ricky Tiller received thred $8,800 to Gulf Life Insurance Garland could receive up to p
months probation after being Company after pleading guilty five years in prison and-or a 1 Fiftl Atl ua
convicted of burglary .of a to a grand theft charge fine of $5,000 for his crime.
structure. stemming from the filing of Bowers could get as much as The Gulf County Senior
GETS 30 YEARS fraudulent insurance claims 15 years in jail and-or up to a Citizens Association is offer-
Robert Thomas, of Stockton, against Gulf Life while she fine of $10,000 as his sentence. ing an invitation this week t?
California, drew the, stiffst. .
., sentenced..of the .;0 -after. -
pleaconrg gilty't W. four 'char-
ges. Thomas had1letn charg-
ed with robbery, escape,ba-. -
tery on a, law officer. and .
gg carrying a- concealed weapon .
following the robbery of Harry
Shuler of Overstreet early this
S year at gunpoint.-
Thomas was given 30 years
in prison on the -foijr counts.
-NEWS from your
By Walter scott ,
What is rhefrmatb (ever and ,
what effect does it'halre'.on its.
victim? Rheumatic feVer is a
disease which usually' strikes .
Children and :young adltd, R.
?.'- causing an inflammation of -c' I
-the jo.irm s aind sor vetimes
dai aging the hea rt:- Damige .. "
to the- heart does not neces- .. 5 o e George Coody, left and vice-commander, Bill,
sarily occur in.every casehibut W'e .eJkJ Schlickman, right. Mayor Pate had just
,' the grobablility of damage is signed a proclamation setting aside this werekt
every, high .whpn there aie re- Mayor Frank Pate, enter, purchases as Buddy Poppy Week in Port St. Joe. .is
curing attacks of rheumatic first Buddy Poppr from VFW commander -Star phote
fi'r fever. 7. D ay
-'A higli fer ahdpainfu in- Popp yP b Da *Tb N i 'ce I
flain t-ation ofthe joirts-are- P ublc N otces -
'. the ptoms of rheumatic '- .. 'A + nd .-he -ad.-" U.RR..
feve. Usialley the inflania- : a Uuiy PUBLIC NOTICE -nell will ell at PudtilcAlt on tpr. e
i in One joint, ~ In orqer to clear up any rlsunder the Moble'Homea hlictis olieabyS am'
'-' ma- of.o n The Ladies Auxiliary of the star.aing concerning Ihe regulation Of Sexton P'O Box-lB. Creole 'AlaramaI
but maly i ove fr one jyoiurt cous dogs fin [re unincorporated areas said Mooile Honrce is .locateo o-n oropert,
-to. nother:Primiarily affected F.W. Post N. 10069 met at .Gll Counth iulside the city I.mIls o0 owned Boo E Cor.rell saia sale ,0 be
-'-r thearger joints suc h a. the Florida. Powet Lounge Por St Jioe Wed RiagE -d WeBanliC conaucBi ,F on Tueadoy. June 1. 1982 at
.. s -r -l. h May 5th, with Maxirie M. KB) tIe Boaro o1 county commission s tne hour o 1000AMCST. a IneSour
e ishoulderU elbw "is printing uo the viCiOus dog oraonance door of the otice of Davio C. Gask.n.
and knees. Robinson presiding a doped oy ine Couny Co.mmission in Attorney AT Law the same being alto the
.: Tratment- of rheumatic Marie Sextonr 'and Lucy ron.em e, or 1973. ar.cn is so i i, allec, soin .oor of he WeivanilcltS Ste
i.".'- cni i.b- -1-- Blalock were welcomed as GULF 73.1 Bank bulndnn TO me nigheSt and :est
ev ez usually consistsof along m br te A ORDINANCE NO. 2 blaaier Frorn ire proceeds or ihe sale .
1pA"-. period of bed rest'for the pa- mne e AN OPDINANCE PROVIDING THAT IT IS De pald sirst the cost or sale. cost ot
Stint plus the use of-drugs to lary.. UNLAWFUL FOR VICIOUS DOGS TO aidverlisng Ine slorge lees ana the W
,'. -:' "* .h W and'the-' La 'di* e- ROAm AND RUN AT LARGE WITHIN THE MTanirder I. any. "tall oB palO Io the
halt the attacks of fever. Te.F.W and the Ladies UN ORPORATED AREAS OF GULF onrer
Curing illness is the 'objec- uxiliary will be; selling Pop- COuNTY DEFINING VICIOUS 'DOGS PLEASE TAKE NOTICE i ND GOvERN
Stie of eery physician. rhis is pies' on. Saturday May 22d ROV IDiNG FOR THE RESTRAINT OF 'OURSELvES ACCORDINGLY
e of e~very'phuyici..t This DIspes' SaturdayMay VICIOUS DOGS PROVIDING FOR THE I'a .'o E CONNELL
also the objective -of your .. from 8:30 a.m. 'to 4:30 p.m. DESTRUCTION OF VICIOUS DOGS. PRO. Sworn to arid subscribed beloreme
pharmacist as le,. careful~ .1:Me1nbers please call. Mary VIDING FOR EFFECTIVE DATE I, 10In oay o Ma .1982. ,
compounds and dispenes Yates, 229-6894 or George BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF ise Ptnylls Snipnman Notary Pulnic
prescription drugs. Our har- Coody, 227-1777 if you can help OOUN OMMISSIOERS OF GUL.F
macy has the mostrmodern -with this. project. The pro- seciore I it S ins onawul for vclOus. The Gulf County Scnoro' Boad will
drugs and top professional ceeds from the sales go into .dogsto roam and run at large Within the rece..e bids uni.i 900 AM E D.T Ma,
'. pharmacists Allow us to the relief fund to assist a uncr e areas or ca l County 28 tsao? ,i tne C.ele in- e SuperNnt-In
Vri:cious dogs are aetinrea a: dogQ Pr.own dent :.I Schroois on u'ed 900,20 ire'I
serve yournees. veteran in need. o iave alemp 10,oor Inrealer-ea Toitle Tnese may bpe eer. aS. he bus S ..
,or 10 nave DIllen a D~Pro. oroDeiSon Wara R.aqe Detween Te ndurS i 7 30
-. ..- .. Et Section 2 Tr e owner ,o ..6:iou, dogs A M 1 t 00 A M and Nr.on 3 001) PM I
roaming or r"r" n ning at large lt..i. In Monoay h.:iuqr Fiad, Bid rorm., a.,
,- un,rIcC-rDOralE lrleas Or Gult Ccunt l aaiyable Bi The ;rioc, or The SuPei-,
P upOn eing' otillied D Th. Sheriff IA $n0e lenr oeni oie The Bi jr rlsery rn
'. ... ". deputSy LnerlS tShat rur dTg as aiteSTc right to re ao, ano AT1 DP S PIT ;J.
--' b .te o Inre lerd t le o r n3a bilen o maark your 0D e',emoDe Tare '.
lf'S n Lensesi--^--^-^ ^^ ^ oii. --uieidasslpslrrin WUIR --- ---
S'",.' i, r, AOsueorroherwn.ae pyrnanenl, "21.
.- LomnU 11ert o, re 3.o ,a,olre. ngrsordrt o, r. refusa 01 I -
;,*' ,." .71 "m-i ir.' owner ot such oog0 slaleu d. a. 'ee BID NO 27 3
t" ,~~ .-- ,,',=a ,, .. ...... secuei, retlrain un snT al arer e uests Oias or a 1982 Pk-UD Tru
*.' Examination / Lenses / Care Kit Ia== it =o t. 0 I ess tI h Specia catlon. ra Dm eobtanea rI, t', ar
-r. .4r.f r' Reg. Pnced $215.00 he an d d t Joe Plc.Ida Br openlhgwdlb held at
la" .la Ir e regular meeting of tie Cly Corr.nn Pie
e. SAVE$5 Prov.00lrdl rlowever trIra wren SuCh SOo. Or .u-e 5 t962
Sog Cs ee- Ow to ne itten a per- CT OF PORT ST JOE
<'-.." : Standard Lenses SO, a.ne, ,t Sno n if ie sa aog r as 1
i^ [ "' O*:T'E 'S E lld lo,- ed -iLe g nail no tn lnte aelo'd ra ySe A Far iI '
Orfer begins May 3 and e.ptres July 30. no other offers apply. roe the ndoashell non na dsroyed or BytWI La 2A5F20ri8 n
'Dr. Tindell, Denney & Associates d u l ,Gllasoint;tn botnl.. The i loi Cry P i' Jo e Florida r
t ,"ne C"' ..sC 1 "i re owner quesea bide tor a nlgF Drethure Steam
-, .SectIon a. Triti ordihe eenanc e a11 take el nr.eItng on Junhi iS 1982
leyi aS Drovlded oy law upon Ini'r,3 win CITY OF PORT ST JOE
We'" ir W t Y u "eScretar, o0Statenann,.tcaonol Bcai,,'o By1L A Ferrss -
''.' Welll Wa u PASSD at regular meetng Ot in t A
To Be A Part of O B or Coun,',Co. m ,orers cr G.Il o cFICIIOUS NAME "-
I. The Friendly Place No.m.ebr 9Sa3o .s0, ,oa s,=u. ,n,
let S C PLA'ER Cha.inuadereignea perecn intends to reglerr
m AtrtG rg CoeOuClf Cour Counly. Ft oraa 0 ou1 n ea h alte r ihe t rstt
'- Aitesi George Yv Core Cl'k puDIcaion of ims nolut e, ine ictiic ,s
-MARK I CLUB name or |6a-.e name ur..rd, nhich ne wil
NOTICE OF SALE be engage ir. Dusr-e6S a-'d IR A!nich Sa.
BRain lina 9 TO M.r SamSexion Dus.ness I oca'ed -n io wii
'; ,B n Junle l l Im P 0 Bo 16 BSL UPHOLSTERS AND
Crewie Alabama TRtt.t SHOP
nReg1iser Y Ct.e dir- Street H ghland View
egister Your Child Mr Doris McArra Port S'r 'lo"
RI 2. Boy 1L0l
.E T Grades 3-6 Now! Ozark Ai-a 36360 BLy...a F Williams Owne
-'' BIBLE STUDY .......................... 9:45 A Pease ake Noice ne Mr Bob E Ccn 1_
f" MORNING WORSHIP .............. 11'00AM
CHURCH TRAINING ................. 5:45 P M.
EVENING WORSHIP ................. .. n.rs i d P I' odneo i C
W EDNESDAY ...... ..... ..... ........ 7.00F
Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
Lo n gM Ave... B ti3 Clh h I JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
Long Ave. Baptist Church CHURCHSCHOOL .................... ... 9:45A.M.
1601 LONG AVENUE MORNING WORSHIP ...................... 11:00A.M.
.MARK ONNL ... EVENING WORSHIP ...................... 7:30 P.M.
'MARK NE METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6;30 P.M.
InIster Of MUs th CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ...... .... 7:30 P.M.
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Win Voice of
Patrick Ma.. in the photo at
left, is presented his first
place award by his mother.
Mrs. Dave May, for winning
the VFW Voice of Democra-
cy" contest sponsored by Post
l10O9 May also won third in
the district competition. VFW
Commander George Coody is
shown behind May. At right.
Kip Alstaetter. is presented
\tth his third place pin in the
contest by Bill Schlickman.
Gilbert was second place win-
ner but was not present for the
all county residents, 60 years
of age and older, to attend its .
fifth annual Senior Citizens
Picnic on Friday, May 28th,
from 11.a.m, to.03p.m. CST.
'The picnic will be, held in the
Dead Lakes Recreational
Park near Wewahitchka.
Mrsi :Brerida.-. Moore, di-
.rectoi- of the Association, says
those attending should 'bring
only an appetite. Good food
and. entertainment will be
All friends and relatives of
Mr. and Mrs. William R,
Antley are invited to attend a
house warming for. their new
home on Sunday, May. 23,
2:30-4:30 p.m. Their home is
-located in White City.
Heavy duty savings on the
WalkeroHeavy Duty Muffler.
Sale price $ 9
Everything you need is right
inside the box. For easy
installation. And now
through May 31--easy
savings! Walker is America's
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Andy Kaplan and Lee Barbra' of Lehman Brothers, check for $29,575,000, so the audience can see them
Kuhn Loeb, Inc., hold a bond facsimile; Port Authority recently following a meeting in the High School Commons
member Ed Ramsey, holds a certificate of deposit copy; Area. The money will be used to finance construction of a
Port Authority chairman, George Tapper and members new deep water port here in Port St. Joe.
Laura Geddle and Rev. Otis Stallworth hold a blow-up of a
PORT ST. JOE PORT AUTHORITY
On Securing the Necessary
Funding for A Deep Water Port
In Gulf County
Your Continuing Efforts Over the Past Several
Years Has Met with A Success Which Will be
Felt By All Our County and Its Citizens. We Solicit
the Support of Everyone In Your Continuation
Of This Project.
YOU DID GOOD!
St. Joe Branch
Wewahitchka State Bank
Eao N ei cd ER (lxx ex
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Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka MI
Prices Good May I9-25, 1982 Wlaitchka
'TABLERITE BEEF BONELESSS
Shoulder Swiss Steak. Lb.
TABLERITE LEAN BONELESS
Beef Stew .......... .
TABLERITE FRESH CENTER CUT
Pork Chops ... .... Lb..
PREMIUM GRADE FRYER LEGS
Thighs or Drumsticks .,. Lb.
Turkey Ham. Lb.
IGA TABLERITE ROLL
Pork Sausage..... ..... Lb.
BLUE BONNET .
Margarine ........ b. g 00
IGA Cheese Singles .....
Tropicana Orange Juice.
Breakstone Sour Cream .
I FROZE FOOD EPT. :
IGA Orange Juice M
IGA Chopped Broccoli .............2kg.
Pet Assorted Pies .................. size
Freezer Queen Assorted Suppers .... size
IGA Ice Milk.......................V. Ga .
SUNNYLAND REG.-THICK OR
Beef Bologna .'..
SUNNYLAND REGULAR OR
Beef Wieners ....
TABLERITE SKINNED & DEVEINED
Sliced Beef Liver.
$1e IGA Pecan Spins. 26k. p 01
IGA Steak Buns. 2pkg., S10'
980 IGA Honey Buns .3 g9'
'. | Oz. .- .,' :,
Fesco Laundry Bas
SAdorn Hairspray ne
lo-I OUNTINI)IOU T ;FIGx' :HTERJ
Kraft Grape Jelly.................. .. 1Ja
Kraft Dressing (Assorted) ....................B 1 79
IGA Bleach .......................... 57
Beach Cliff Sardines (w/on) ....... ........2 79.
C.B. Polish Wyrob Kosher bills.....2. O. 99-.
1 oz.$ 1,99
Hot Shot Fly & Mosquito Bomb ..... .. cn
Tetley Tea Bags .........1.... 2"
Crisco Shortening.................. n "
Carnation Evaporated Milk .........c. 2/99C
Campbells Chicken-Noodle Soup.....can 3c
Kraft Mayonnaise ........... ... .... *
Starkist Chunk Tuna .. ......... 89
Wesson Oil ...... ...... 0.. 5;.B1 219
S& Cond.. '2"
skets ... mch3"
0 & Cond 7o.61
g. orEx. g oz s2
1610 Monument Ave.
Rich's Special Good for All Plants
POTTING SOIL . o10bag
Best Plant Food for Flowers 12 oz. box
20-20-20 Peters Fertilizer
I, ~jj~ .44 *~'i~4I,*.~-I *.II%49. F&~& *.......
T THE FINEST QUALITY MEAT MONEY CAN BUY!
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Open House School Fair Practice for Jamboree
net ior h nis rEvening
The annual Port St. Joe exhibits, gymnasium acti
ir.-Sr. High School Open ties, band and' choral p
louse-School Fair will be held gram, vocational traini
'hu;usdy evening, May 20 and other areas. Additional
romn 6 30 P.M. until 8:45 P.M. the English Eight Group w
The program will present a present a short play based
ross-section of. activities a story from Greek mytho
whichh take place at the High gy.
school. Many students will In honor of those individu
participate in the classroom and groups who have achieve
during the school year,
"PARADE OF WINNER
will be featured in the Co
All parents and interest
patrons of the school a
cordially invited to attend I
fair and view the ma
student projects around t
school and in the classroom
All golfers are invited to t
C. W. Roberts Invitation
Golf Tournament on June 5
The 36-hole medal play ev
will have 12 men per flig
JIM HAMBY using established handicap
The $35 entry fee includes
Hamby Places free practice round, golf ca
refreshments during play, a
in State Meet noon buffet on Sunday G
Jim Haniby placed sixth in prizes of the winner's sele
he 2A state- track meet in tion will be awarded to the t
Vinfer Park this 'past Satur- four .places each flight, a
ay. "'Hamby. cleared 12 feet trophies to the two best gr
h ile 13' fbet was the wining scores.
eigli't.- Haminby has cleared To enter the tourname
2. feet in practice., please contact the club g
--Star photo shop, telephone 227-1751.
Port St. Joe's Sharks have Stadium. .
been at it in spring practice, "' Participating in the shake-
ivi- for a little more than a week down of the six teams will be
)ro- now, and newhead football Bristol meeting Florida High
ng, coach, Shaw Maddox says he in the first 'period; Sneads
Ully, is pleased with the results. against Blountstown in the
will "We have about 40 boys out second; Florida High vs.
on for the spring practice and ..
Dlo- they are working hard and*
getting a lot done", Maddox
als said. He said the Sharks are
'ed now putting together a largely
nts inexperienced team for next
a year, but they have good
tS" speed and good leadership
m- from the 10 returning players
who will be seniors next year.
ted Coach Maddox said the
are Sharks have 10 seniors, 10
the juniors, 20 sophomores and
ny two freshmen out for the
the spring work-outs.
"s. The Sharks will have two
tests of the future team before
school shuts down its opera-
tion for the semester.
Tomorrow afternoon, the
squad will meet a team from
the this year's senior class at 3:00
nal p.m. The squad will play four
5-6. eight minute quarters in the
ent annual farewell event for the
)s. Thursday, May 27, the
s a Sharks will host a six-team
a spring jamboree here in Shark ..-
If you need only a few
drops of lemon juice, prick
one end with a fork and
squeeze the desired amount.
Return the. lemon to re-
frigerator and ,, it will be
almost as good as new.
Wewahitchka in he third; p.m., EST,
aenS ds vs; Port St Joe in the b w
fourth; Blountstown vs. Bris-
tol in the fifth and Wewahitch-
ka vs. Port St. Joe in, the
The game will begin at 7:00
Next year's football team for Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School has been undergoing
spring training the past two weeks. Here they
The Gulf County Child De- Pre
velopment and Learning Cent-
er will be having a ten team S
double. elimination Ladies
Softball'Tournament on June SUNDAY
18 and 19.' ADULTS
Entry. fee for the tourna- Stud
ment is $50.00 and two soft-
*For more information, con-
tact Ms. Jewerline Farmer at
229-8060, after 5 p.m. at
ureKun mrlwe quartrs. -,
-Admission to the jamboree
will be $1.00 for students and
$2.00 for adults in advance. All
tickets will be $2.00 at the
are shown in a scrimmage game. The Sharki '
will host a Spring jamboree of area team
next Thursday evening at Shark stadium.
sixteenth Street and Forrest Park-Avenue
WORSHIPSERVICE ..........:. 10:00A.M.
UNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00A.M.
dy in the Gospels, Wednesday 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
I S ...."
Softball Clowns Coming
Here for Dixie Baseball
been selling abroad
for years as original
equipment on many
PA TE"S IIntw Was SALE FE.T
Service Center 31 ,, 0
216 Monument Ave. 227-1291 75m, 5 W9 o
1 *s5R15 53 60. 1O s
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The Harlem Globetrotters of
softball is one of the adjectives
used to describe the comedy
softball team, The California
Cuties. And you will find that
the description fits when you
join us at the Softball Complex
in Port St. Joe on Tuesday,
'Under the sponsorship of
Dixie Youth Boy's Baseball,
the four man Cuties team will
On Thursday or Friday of
this week, students in grade
K-ll .will be taking home to
parents a test record showing
how well they performed on
the Comprehensive Tests of
Basic Skills, a standardized
aptitude test given district-
wide in mid-March.
Also, tenth graders who
were administered Statewide
Assessment Tests, Parts I and
II, this Spring will be taking
home their reports on both
parts of these tests.
Parents are asked to look
over carefully these reports
which, indicate student know-
ledge of reading, language,
mathematics, science, social
studies and reference skills.
Questions regarding test
information should be di-
rected to the school principal,
school guidance counselor, or
to the student's teachers.
face the Church League All
Stat's with'game time set for
7:30 p.m. '
With their format changed
to a four man club, instead of
the standard nine, the Cuties
supply an even greater even-
ing of comedy and softball. On
the road for 36 years, Trino
Palacios, founder of the club
struts his stuff as Madam
Hilda throughout the show,
and even takes a turn on the
mound. Considered to be the
greatest clown- in the history
of softball, Trino has never
failed to keep the audience
laughing throughout the show.
The club also features 22
year old fast baller Fifi the
Flirt on the mound, with only
three other "ladies" to back
up her pitching. Main Street
Sally covers first base, and the
right side of the outfield,
shortstop is Hedda Hooker,
who patrols the rest of the
outfield, and behind the plate
is Hefty Helen.
Dressed in the wildest kind
of ladies clothing, the Cuties
are in-fact some of the West
Coas's- finest athletes. Their
wild costumes hide the fact
that they finished last season
with a 103 won and 11 lost
record. And Fifi the Flirt
finished with 99 home runs
against some of the country's
For a full evening of family
entertainment, we invite you
to come see the Cuties. With
the show geared to the entire
family, everyone from Gram
to junior should be there.
Come on down!
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306-308 Williams Ave. Phone 227-1278
S Y h l iii, .N_/ i gIff 7 w _" 'wu 7i5 I. -f .--.
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Invites You to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAYSCHOOL .............. 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. ........ 11.00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .. .. ... 6:00 P M.
WEDNESDAY ......... 7:30 Prayer Meetings
with a five minute
.S. No. 1
When You Can Pay
Less at SAVEWAY!
32 Oz. Delmonte -Limit 1 with $10 Food Order
17 Oz. Delmonte Whole Kernel or Limit 3 Please
510 Fifth St.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
12 Oz. Manco
I LOCAl BOX HOLDER 8.4 PAID
BULK RATE PERMIT NO. 6S5
U.S. POSTAGE Port Slte. J, Fla.
PP Specials for
May 19-25, 1982
Grade A Large '
3 Lb. RICE
1 with $10 Food Order
SAVMREWIH A YS
5 Oz. Armour 2
Vienna Sausage 2/99
Our Best Beef
FAmily.Pak Turkey Added
Family Pak $ 59
family Pak Choice : -; ;. ...
DRUMSTICKS .L .05 C
THIGHS .... i
AChiien Brestae .
Fryer Breast ..
$ 6 W Quartered
Tenderloin.b. 2 Fryer Thighs...
24 Ct Tetley
No Brand Quick 2 Lb.
Grade A Limit 2 Doz. Please 2
Large Eggs 2/$10
6 Stk Miracle
MARGARINE .... .......
12 OLz. Kraft Cracker Barrell
COLBY CHEESE .........
2 Lb. Ore Ida'D F E
6 Oz. Old South Concentrated
12 Oz. .
5 Oz. Lea & Perrins
4 Oz. Sliced or
DICED PIMENTO ......
PINE SOL CLEANER
64 Oz. Lucky L Eaf
21 Ot. Lucky Leaf ..
CHERRY PIE FILLING
5 Lb. No Brand
WHITE CORN MEAL ..
12 Oz. Vlasic Sweet Salad Delights
CUBED PICKLES .
64 Oz. Liquid
Fresh Big Ears Silver Queen
IHard White He
Squash Lb 49
,es .. .b.79
ge ... l. 9J
169 13-13-13 S569
Fresh & Pretty Whiteacre
PEAS .- 4
Large Tray Pak $ 19
La ge Sweet
aU i i
4 '.3._- ;
Finer Meats at Lower Prices for Better Eating!
I' 'I 'Al
TIlE ST.nR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THU'RSI)A MAY 20. l9R2
- House for Sale or Rent: On
orner 1302 Garrison. 2 bdrm.,
'Jun porch, 1 ba., liv. rn'., din.
Sm., breakfast rm., kitchen,
Sen. h&a, fenced in back yard.
,Vill. be vacant June 1. Call
-27-1731. tfc 5-20
1'. Lt and 3 bdrm. home at
, :rI08 -Sixth St., Highland
" View. Call229-6615. 3tc5-20
Executive brick home on 2
; g. lots, 3 bdrm., 3 ba. Must see
Sll'the extras in this home to
y.(ppreciate. Will sell or lease
With option to buy. 100 Mimosa
ive. Call 227-1892 for appt.'
? Dulilex apartments, Mexico
eachac, 1 block from. beaches.
9,500, 119 assimablinmdit-
age of $16,200. Call229- 630
One commercial lot 30' x
t 319 Reid Ave. $8,000.
1 227-1468 or 227-1100.
ESTATE SALE "
Lge .2 bedroom fra ':ie
i lome on 2, lots1at 213 8th:
St, Port St. Joe:'fbr sale. If
riously interesteM, please.
1. e 904/229-8191t- '- :
,-..' FOR SALE
9 commercial buildings
W30'x90' ea. in PSJon Wil-
iams Ave.. currently -used ,
warehouses. 'Easily .ad-
Sptable -for other- dses.
,,ice_ $22,000 ea.-'May be
.chased. separately or
together Call '227-1468 or
.22"100. tfc 5-13
Fully finished 1 bdrm. cot-
tage, with glassed-in porch
available now. 207 Coronado
St., St. Joe Beach. Call.
Trailer with 3 bdrm., 2 full
baths furnished including
washing machine. Has c6n;
h&a. $50 per week. Must sign
lease agreement and pay
deposit: 102 5th St., Highland
View. Phone 229-6193. tfc 5-20
MISC. OR SAL AUTOMDBIC.SGRRAGSSITH, ERVION
MI ffi *Iaaa3 FORIBB sAV-E I II
Draw' draperies with rods,
antique satin, lined, 4 pairs (3
double, .1 -single); wool
carpeting; 'portable record
player. 227-1269. Itp
AKC reg. mini-toy poodles, 7
weeks old. Four females, $100
each. Colors are: 'light
apricots chocolate brown; blue
silver and silver w/white
markings. Call 639-2807.
25 h.D. Johnson outboard
Office space available soon. motor:-Pe
201 Monument Ave. Call 227-1366..
227-1199 or after 6 p.m., -
227-1363. tfc 5-20 Walter
For-carpets cleaned the way tuning, $2
professionals do it-at a frac- 648-5700.
tion bf the'cost, rent Rinse -- -:
* Vac ', 'the' portable' team 1977 12'
carpet ,cleaning system, like .new.
Aviailble' at' Western "Auto, 98-8972
phone 247-1105, 219 Reid Ave. 5:00 '
Mobile home sites, efficien- -
cy apt.,' m bile homes, and
campers for rent on beach. By 22 se
day, week, month or year. Ski like iew
Bireeze''Camp -Sites. Call for, tr
2:" 1-05. fo-.:- il mtr
No need for wet carpets. Feather
Dry clean them 'Wth"HOST. giill,'$2
Use rooms right ,away. R-Ifit I alolr
machine. St. Joe Furniture. white &
S227-1251. I, l- .7 dotilu
''I;'- ,- fgan 'i
a.^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ '. '3 $25 7C1
Wanted to Buy:
chair in good condi
Will buy lamps, d
tures, old crochet p
; CASA DE. MAR
90% finished. Available for sale. le
or rent. Call 229-8475. 229-8258
i 3 1 -
06 Long A,'e 2 Darm i Da 10rm.
'i5ancn dair.ingder. combo naan
nk, lendead Dack ytaa .311 n good
S Opa Only $29 000 ,
B'* 02 Maivinr. 3 odrm 1 0 iv r'm.
; n 1ninG area iIchen. laundry rrr *
p ,beredc3rpoitl on iO q 8s175 lot
' a.e ed drusew3y 5$33 500 AaoIning
.;l l al so a,aiiSie witL h aDo,s .,
.-Beauliltu brick nome .l nice
e 'meigboihoc'l 3 barm 2 c.a greil
rm %Ithuge r- dining* area A' D.ay
'3naoo 3I vnieSIt.ng pi. & a3
*lOsanceg Laur.diy im .Oab car garage
,nd ulIli11v m Mui s ee in.s P acioui
Inre 0 apDIeialr e 51.5'0 2105
:x ,cellent rental ,mresiment Duplex
'pamlniment .n 0g.:,,: ne.gnb'onc.oa
5 000 dO ,. r, .:. .-.r .i II .r.ar.ce e l
'i l 12' Loi.g Ac
perfect condition. Call
upright piano, solid
eds refinishing and
250. Call 648-5238 or
x65' mobile home,
'on rented lot. Call
before 12:00 or after
i, $60; dual e
luck,, $25 .
ock patty and
ble bed2 size,
rbiwni & off:
i979 Honda Civic, excellent
cond. $3,300 firm.' Call Tim-
mons 648-5812, after 4, central
JEEPS, CARS, PICKUPS
From $35. Available- at local
gov't actions. For directory
call 805-687-6000 ext. 1219: Call
SURPLUS JEEPS, CARS.
AND TRUCKS available.
Many sell for under $200. Call
312-742-1143 ext. 9939 for infor-
mation on how to purchase.
- .... y/ '' -'
needed" Call 227-1892'. '- -
Pick a sweet orange by exam-
inirg'the navel. Choose tlhe
ones with the biggest holes.
rAinge, N YIE
whIt 'The Disabled 'Ainerican
aise ,"Veterans; Port St. Joe:Cliajiter
lb. for62, will meet the firs)4 Monday
Seachmonth at7:30',0arVt St.
Joe Motel tfc 6-4
,.1..I 'A -'.' ,t
Used high '" .There will be a regular com-
tion. Call FOUND: munication of Port 'St." Joe
KEYS& Lodge'No. Ill, F.&A.M. every
'YE!'LA.SSES first and thitd' Thursday .at
ishes, pic- Two sets'ofc'ar'keys: 1set w 8:00 p.m. '
ieces. Call Kendrick Myers tag and 1 set B. F. NUNNERY, W.M.
tfc 4-8 with dV's- Country Motor J. P. Cooley, Sec: .
Club emblem 'attached. Also
found pair of eyeglasses. ,. Ladies' xli, ..the
These .items may be claie,,.' .s Auxiea. t
tg um", Nee e .
SAnyone who is interested in guaranteed, mosavings ofat
S 15% or more in the operation of their.iutormobiles ,.
S boas, trucks, tractors s'as or 'diesel operated
or i tlire pIeise cairro Tec Representative ,at. -
S227-1892. s '
,,,v '. o. ,f- **' ** "'
ST. JOE BEACH
. Wiaer i lorI Ic.n n"oui.e Ijara l cor
S i ur'j.: i .:.r. Bu ,ow a[ ,rre-
con "aru:l ,I lon riCr;e 2 1,sl.r 3j arTI 2
ba cen r.&a fireplace Delue
ir.sning plarns At $87 500. a rea3
3 Ondrm I D3 rome wmir. den Re Sl
clcSe lobtea3r-, i' O15 14A 001) Cro
Plne.3, aS r 12 l ti r..c..or. in ? 2
Dori. 1 I b r.ne u- i&l 5 r.ai your re
lOolk..ig icr H-I I ol S G.IOc-i tel.r
n-er,'l O 'r Vour g .: Si,: 'l s rn.'.T:.. Call Io ,
ieE ir..s one 5$ 0lo.
Modern de.imq's nom e I .1 a knLI 3
r.d.T. 2, t4 la,'rsi ,' ne.,al, .S ...-mp
ing P a.' a'a I. top' i Oil I g.-E l *ie .
llcm adck Call ir, ee in-s 'On Sel.n
Si $115 000 00
2 Ddam i L D' .5>'N n,:-.uc *j, DeSolo
Si .'. ? 101i DaCha1a 5 eerced ca'rl.
la.n.u r, ea i. r.- ca u.c-
- --,.'_- i -5 I, .'-.5 j '
Beac h' lra.nl n io. 1 11 l t 70 0r "
Hlan, mar. c. .cli .]ou'.:ea I.r'ltast
Sal 2 mailers on, cor 'I r lot o1 nly
1,5 000 ..:- :
Siraieg-c.nd'u-.ries sp.t 275 it Iror.
1age HIig- 'ay 9.. Dordeeca 'b, DOal
canai Olleis escellenpi .Dole 'ra
Term.: p'.S ..-
Cl-: ic' bearo n 3 borm 2'ba' 'w lai
lab'-l.c Gulvl.v'ew Newly painIed EA
ceuenl .rental or beach no'me
168 -3 0 ..,
.,:e neal 3 c.drr, ?2 ba .luccCO
rnouse or. n.celot in greal locaIIc,'
l.'..e.rrcr,r d. oct' run. Tiplje -'
u.-.iS 3are 2 bLi,n 1 Da C.ne url. Is 3
ba'm I pa Lqcalea rear Deacr.
SupeDS owner l.'nanc,'-.
C'jlrr one bdrm I r.a, r.oJce near ir i
Long Avenue Poll SI Joe Duplex 2
oddm, I ba eacr, $200 a monih. par
2 0aim unlurnsrned nouse $2250 '
56 50 JrAwr, ran .gl 1,u',nlo In.s
DaUInIUl dJOuDle wide 'T'Op'i ri'oT".
-..ir. 11'' ... re OI. i22 51.1 5 o
1fIj'" lI r ? 00 10 a it s I
2 .uniS. lo greal renaf o Ci o 'ritun'l
o 1 95. t39 500 '0"t D Ill '.rl oh 'in rr.e '
.'.,Ter C 311 .' s : ; 10-3l .
Niceif lurr..5ner 3 Darim r.ro'se ai 3r
Si 3 T n.ra 15325O0'
2 ri'T 2 0 D3 .:lu ..C r:',jI .r. iM ..,
i96 Inoll- .E, 0i r E al i.5 '" ull
5f ..10c .
I, u T l a en a .n .oC. E la'e ronpe 3 d'r".' 1 ', b dbl 2 bdim u u.dI e ud -:1 S -o C.... 1 DI .ron 3 ioi A ,r' lace
S ard. i .llIy Pned I arsar s Musi (c' '0I Io 9 T", '. a l e a, :.'.' I.re a'o '00 ...i, aC a '.ria ig argi ri1 Ot,
.7 eIard. Io apli[ l al 1o4 21t g g r ; i.,i Part ol1 Ine no..use can c.e na 20. down No 302
e0 lo0 e 1 made nlo mor. bedroom spc ic WARD RIDGE
i, S o 675000. dranomla On', $? '1)"o On A bwm 2 ODa cen ro ic ... ,T. '.r
3%all and see what we can do 3lroul P.nEds IC.,TI dmn rmn nan wli.epl:e .. ,. 1^ ., r..,.. ."' s w.rnmirng
ovir.g youinio a3Dorm Z oa Ie c 1cCnr.a'n '.'Don .n le n ,.3can.l l .ocal n,:.n ..r.,a 0 .:. .. ...c' r,. 11c Ic. r.. '
;garage nome 107 YauDor., 50000 2 Dm 1 ba ,n Fal 1m 75150 NO 3.nic sF 033;
cooa assumable mortgage Oak Streel $8500aoO*n a,.ume ev I barm duDlex on IHwy 138 500 20'' -
.g912 Juniper. SBck. 3 bdim I'* D ,.sinad '-..rtgqe down owner Iance 1No 310 HOWARD CREEK
u; .'Ue 5ea Clo.e 1o s0co s eols CoO Palial .ir. isneo house $19 000 1 2 br'm I Ba nome Ose.iook.ng me Hue 2 a.v 7 DJum no.use on ', '
,', gzed h~me Only $39 900 2 scleeneoa n. t 3 Ddrn, IV A1 Gulf jus grois nl> Mw, 98 3., i
S onesns & 2car carport, Ic.l a s0a, 3 e Nc. I20 00a ul 0 No 30c6ss ar.u... g i. aG O Ia 000 Wi. Inantce or
r. n, u se- 3 b o tm ', lo t 1 l IS Dach le N3 20 4 D dla 1 $ I0 0s G.lt l lu8 00 0 O wlll, n3n c e 0 '
Sg niouse 3lbdnm.. ba liv rrrl. I om I Da ra e r 150 sor Nea RusIIC Sarna, i ac 8 sce In 2 Pertel gei w a,:.-,r 'comiorra3.l
n rn & Kitcne$ combo ca 125110 P,.eda Si No 0 li.5ei, I 2 Dor.'n i o I 1 3 oe.a.Ti,'.,' .-I rr.c.T, 1260 rmo le .i
A-evi, e ly painle o thluoul 1501 Mo 'nu. orm' 1' ba Oniy 12l 00 wIr. r,- ,,,.' I na. link lerncN &
r' enl No 106 .- n,, fninancing ;r,,. -kn,' ,' ure, I,., a screen
'O "" OVERSTREET REDUCED'! Cios o vecn 2Dar" 'n iur .e 3 wD.lh Pr..:4d
GULF AIRE 2acie,on nw; S10000 20 aown I's ba Ira.er. or. corne 101 O50% s141, >n
4. ,.ome DeautiJluI los still available ai 12'. ir.lerel .1 years Come e ,n, we Car. o., 3'r Sr S
'3- *1 inleesi 25 dOw. A.I 3 on arner A.e
H'o me s eI Da rouse $42000 N Canal Dr.E REDUCEDI DuDles neary .ew 2 CAPE PROPERTY
ones Homestead ,on Ddms ID ea e ."....sneo 'Je ,",.,5 r,.3. seI'.ial -er.ces 01 DrG.
'?:,''1, 1^ Or.ne ac/i n For.siS. Onl, 5000 71n51 id 010L A real barga.r,l, Car,? area Some c.11
I I4 bdrm newly rmoaaieled Ig iticnen e. I e rn Some i
I j ,,' acres completeilycnaed l.nkln RFgni on we canai.3 ,Dd, 2 D3 E-celle.| rental OpDO'rur..it Atlatr ".:.Ii
; 1 ,c cmplecn, cent', neal & a", gooo I.ve 2 0Dm I D3 auslex l.ocSai cr.
r o $48 assumLole 7. 'monrgage Can' beal 39rh SI Furn.sned cioie 10 Gull
COMMERCIAL nal$36500 S 2 m cu ASSOCIATES
19.-. Si 2 oar.m custc'n" u..ir 1.a..1,' .SSOCIA TES -
-full equipped store ,bIdg on 3' 3 acmes on ignay. 15000 an ac'e less ina. a 3 oc Ihonm me eacn AFTER HOURS
: a ces on Hwy 30, wll finance No 264 acres on r,,nwa $13500 $29500 PAULETTACAMPBELL 648-8977
401PAUETTA CAMPBELL 648-8977
,; CornSenienence, slower Joe Beacn WEWAHITCHKA GROVE A BOB&JEANALISKI 229-6553
Si.536 so II on 1, lots liconcreie R BOB & JEAN FALIEE 24-65392
2 l Bor panslo o0 2orm Ib Iramenouse i.narncts.q REDUCE d in. n. ARnCHIEBARBEE 648-RS92
S iloor or expansion NO 402 2 D, 1 ba r,aenoue ,nanc,.q ba pa- lJni lei nk BRENDA RUSHING WOOD 227.1589
-2 ios on Reid Ave 60'i90 No 404 fence On $8.000 JIM CLEMENT 6485482
Ce ulYF St. Joseph Bay Realty 648-5011 Sales
'900 Hwy. 98
P. 0. Box 13332 Mexico Beach, FL 648-8220 Rentals
AMERICA'S NUMBER 1 TOP SELLER, CENTURY 210
EACH OFFICE IS INDEFENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED.
1982 Cen.ru, 21 Real Esale CorpoidTion as iuriee for the NAF ii and TM Iredemaiks of Century 21 Peal Esaie.Corpomaion Prinled in U A Equal HousingmOpporinrly 0
?! 1'' ;'' -' ,iS ..' L'i :...'.. "'*,t ,:. ,',' .'.Jr':'-s.n$Tp 57-.0 ly ii&^ i 0S i n.f '*w..; .i. p.s. *... .:..
YARD SAL.E: Highland
'View, 886 Parker Ave., Satur-
day only, 8 a.m. until. Clothes;
"hat-riots, 10" tricycle.
YARD SALE: Saturday,
May 22 only at 617 Maddox St.,
'Oak Grove. Toys, furniture,
*misc. items. Cancelled if rain-
ing. ltp 5-20
YARD SALE: Two
families: furniture, games,
men and women's clothes, and
much more. Corner of 13th
and Long Avenue. Friday and
..Mature lady for "fast food"
restaurant. Will'train. Must be
ableito work day or night and
week-ends. Call 229-8763.
* -Immediately open: Tal-
lahassee Democrat news-
paper route in Port St. Joe.
G-od part-tirde earning along
,iith generous transportation
Oliblwance. All you need -is,
go6od credit, good. tiransporta'-
tion arid'ability to meet'ofublic.'
,all',Mike' Creek, 599-2202- or
697-2654 collect.. tfc5-20
'_An',ld marine a house is a'.
gdod sign." .
M IC', F .O -'
' ARE YOU TIRED?-.
obf that old run-down single
Side trailer? Let us put you
in a new dbl-wide modular.
-bW- F inanbing! 'Package
deals with los,'tilifte s and
st'biul with" as low 4s"7%.
Call' for information or
'_ Bill Miller Realty
'Ruby Mowery, Assoc.
CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
Tanks Cleaned and
e Backhoe e Dozer Root
Rake Front-end Loader
Road Building e Lot Clear-
ing Septic Tanks
Drain Fields Hauling
Rt. 3, Box AIC
Port St. Joe, Florida '
CLIP 4IC, IStE- -
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR
Lawn mowers, garden trac-
tors, 'chain saws, Evinrude/
Johnson outboards, sewing
machines, small household
appliances, vacuum cleaners
and residential electrical wir-
listSt., White City
Country Charm Ceramics.
Classes .each Tuesday. Cer-
tified teacher. Complete line
of supplies. Your One-Stop
Shop. Open 9-t. Closed Wed. &
Sat; Overstreet, Fl: ,
20 rs.. experience
Cheapest Rates in Town
." '- '', '" tfc4-29
Walls washed and cleaned
by husband anid wife, also in-
terior and exterior painting,
windows cleaned, reliable
workers. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
." SIJR-WAY ELECTRIC' ..
,A411 Reid Avenue
26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded
Call Charles I(Shortyi
Custom Matting & Framing of:
* PAINTINGS PRINTS,
* PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDLEWORK
WE NOW HAVE READY-MADES
All 16"x20" & 18"x24" at Price
Unfinished Frames Available
OPEN Wed. thru Sat. 9 aJm.- 7 p.m. EST
Sunday 1 p.m.- 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Member Rrofessional Picture Framers Assoc
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914
New 'Listing: 3 bdrm., 1 ba. brick
home, cen. air & heat w built-in ex-
tras. Buy owner's equity & assume
91/2 % mortgage. $36,500.
New Listing: 3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry
home, carport, Ig. lot, chain link fence
around back yd. Good neighborhood.
Executive Home: Lg. 4 bdrm., 3 ba.
brick home in excel. neighborhood,
cen. air & heat, fireplace and OTHER
EXTRA FEATURES. BY APPOINT-
4 bdrm., 1 ba. frame dwelling with 6'
chain link fence. 614 Maddox St., Oak
Call Lee's home im-
provements for all your small
J home repairs, painting and
roofing. We also feature
carpet cleaning service. Free
estimate. References on re-
quest. Call 'anytime:'785-6810,.
Will babysit in my home or
will stay with elderly 'in the
daytime or willdo housework.
Call 229-8933;. 3tp 513
CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
ST. JOE MACHINE CO. -
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Machinist'on Duty All Day
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day. living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic,' Port St. Joe:
227-1145 (24 hours)
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M.. E.S.T.
: .. Al-Anbn
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Music Records Tapes
Rubber Stamps .
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Sound Studio Recording
,- ',,Servic4e .-' s1 -tI ;,,
115 Hunter St., Oak Grove
Port St. Joe, Fla.
SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
Sears Catalog Sales
FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers'&
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
Air Conditioning Heating
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
106 Bellamy Circle
AVON-.Buy or Sell
Call district innagerl Claudia
Walters, Panama City,
871-5523. tfc 10-8
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
'Custom Interior Design
w ,' ;- 2t 5-6
i 5up[y tCo.
Gi dden Pri t%
Plub 0 es
---l -~ -5-- -
ST. JOE CUSTOM
GLEN F. COMBS
P.O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
mira skills bugs for
Going Fishing? .
Stop herefirst Up to six months,
for a complete andsve.syouoboutSlOOyeoIy
theo Use-of Sprayer free with
Fishing Tackle 'purchaseof Rid-A-Bug
Hurlbt Supply I HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
Hurlbut SupplyReid Ave.SeForid
3o6 Reid Avve. Port St JoeFlorida
The Sewing Room.I
410 A Reid Avenue .
Port St. Joe, Florida
"Quality Fabrics af Affordable Prices"
'(Interlor and Exterior)
Pressure Cleaning for Grime and Mildew',
ALSO COOL SEALING MOBILE HOME ROOFS
WILL COOL MOBILE HOMES 15-20%
FOR FREE ESTIMATE
c: I -- c~rl.;l..?i~i~aC* 66 'I
PAT'S MATS & FRAMES
406 7th Street Mexico Beach, Fla.
FRANK HANNON, Broker
221 Reid Avenue 227-1133
^ W '.^I*., ...- -. ?... .- '" .. '-.'.
THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. MAY 20, 1982
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids in duplicate will be re-
ceived until 10 00 A.M. E.D.S T, June 8,
1982. by the Gulf County School Board,
P,.rt St Joe. Florida, at which time and
place all bids will be publicly opened and
read aloud Jor the following project:
ASBESTOS REMOVAL & PARTIAL RE-
PLACEMENT OFCEILING MATERIAL
GULF COUNTY SCHOOLS
Speclications and contract docu-
ments may be inspected at the School
Board office, Gull County Courthousa,
and at the office of the Architect. Stale
Road 22. Wewahitchka. Florida. and may
be procurred by General Contraclors.
upon a deposit of $10.00 per set of
specifications, of which the full amount
will be refunded to each General Contrac-
tor who submits a bid and all other
deposits for other than one complete set
of specifications will be returned les1
deduction to cover reproduction cost of
S S5.00. All documents must be returned in
good condition within ten (10) days after
.* date ol opening of bids.
Cashier's check, certiflled chpck, or bid
bond. for not less than 5% ol the amount
of the bid, must accompany each pro-
Performance, labor and material bond,
and workman's compensation Insurance
will be required of the successful bidder.
Right is reserved to reject any or all pro-
posals and waive technicalities.
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a
period of thirty (30) days after date set for
Waiter Wilder, Superintendent
Gulf County School Board
Port St. Joe, Florida
Charles A Gaskin, ARA
P. 0. Box 7
Wewahltchka, Florida 32465 31c 5-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Board of County Commissioners of Gu!f
County, Florida, at Its regular meeting on.
Tuesday, May 25,.1982, at 7:00 P.M..
E.DT., In the. County Commissionersi
Room in Gull County Courthouse, Port St.
Joe, Florida, will consider the adoption of
an ordinance with 'the following title:
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING CON-
DUCT CONSTITUTING AN OFFENSE
BY PERSONS WITHIN THE UNIN-
CORPORATED AREAS OF GULF
COUNTY: PROHIBITING THE VUL-
GAR OR INDECENT EXHIBITION OR
EXPOSURE OF THE BUTTOCKS,
GENITALS, SEXUAL ORGANS OR
BREASTS TO ANOTHER OR PERMIT.
TING THE TOUCHING OR PAINTING
OF SAME BY'ANOTHER FOR COM-
PENSATION; PROHIIBITING AOVER-
TISEMENT OF THE CONDUCT PRO.
HIBITED BY THE ORDINANCE BY
USE OF ANY TYPE SIGN OR
THROUGH PUBLICATIONS OR
OTHER MEDIA SOURCES; PROMOT-
ING PUBLIC PEACE. SAFETY AND
HEALTH; PROTECTING PUBLIC
MORALS; PROVIDING PENALTIES:
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY CLAUSE
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
A copy of this ordinance is on file in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: is/ Jimmy .O. Gortman, Chairman
Attest: IslJerry Gates, Clerk 2t 5-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, 1I AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
IN RE The Mitter of
AARON SCOTT BROWN, a minor
T: NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Gall Elizabeth Scott'Brown
3210 Pea sant Valley Road Apt. 252
Mobile. Alabama 36606
David Victor Brown
', Y6(A EBY N6OTJIFED'?*4 a
Petition for Custody has beanfiled
against yod and you are required to serve
a copy of your Answer or other'response
to the Petition on Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE; ESO.,
0. 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe. Florida.32456
and file the original thereof In the Circuit
Court Clerk's Oftice, Gulf County Cour-
thouse; Port St. Joe, Florida, on or before
the 27th day' o May, 1982. If you fall to do
so, an Order for the relief sought may be
granted by Default. -
DATED this the 27th day of April, 1982.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: sleTonya Allen, Deputy Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
IN RE. The Estate of
JOSEPH E MALLORY;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS:
S Td ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
S DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
b Within three months from the lime of
the first publication of this notice you are
required to file with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Gulf .County, Florida. Pro-
bate Division, the address of which is,
b Gulf Counly Courthouse. Port St. Joe,
Florioa. a written statement of any claim
or demand you may have against the
estate of JOSEPH E. MALLORY. deceas-
Each claim must be In writing and must
indicate Ihe basis for the claim, the name
S and address of the creditor or his agent or
attorney. and the amount claimed. If the
+ claim Is not yet due, the date when It will
become due shall be slated. If the claim
Is contingent or unliquidated, the nature
:: eol the uncertainly shall be'tated. if the
S claim is secured, the security shall be
'ttj described Thr. claimant shall deliver suf-
ficient copies of the claim to the clerk to
enable the clerk to mail one copy to each
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS, AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
S FOREVER BARRED.
Dated May 5, 1982.
PIs DAVID C. GASKIN.
Attorney for Personal Representative of
AThe Estale of JOSEPH E MALLORY.
P. O Box 185
Wewahltchka, Florida 32485
Telephone No. 904/639-2266
r 2 215-13
: : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT- FOR GULF
CO U NTY FLO RIDA -' -
; PROBATE D VISION '. *::*"
.. ."F' ;ile Number 82-7 Division
IN RE" ESTATE OF
CARY E. FLOOR. JR,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN-
. TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
administration of the estate of CARY E.
FLOORE, JR., deceased. File Number
82-7, Is pending the Circuit Court for Gulf
County, Florida. Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which Is Gulf County Cour.
those, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe.
Florida 32456. The personal represent.
native of the estate Is Carv E. Floor, Sr.,
wnose asoress is I. u. box 931, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456. The name and ad-'
S dress of the personal representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
S 5gAll persons having claims or demands
against the estate are required, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE: OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim must
, be in writing and must Indicate the basis
for the claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or allorney. and
the amount claimed, if the claim is not yet
due. the date when it will become due
shall be stated. If the claim is contingent
or unliquidated. the nature ol the un-
certainty shall be staled. If Ihe claim is
secured, the securilly shall be described
The claimant shall deliver sulficieni
copies of the claim to th1 clerk 0o enable
the clerk to mall one copy to eacn Per-
All persons interested in the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of Ad.
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired. WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenge the validity
ol the decedent's will, the qualifications
of the personal representative. or the
venue or jurisdiction cI the court
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS. AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
Date of the firsi publication of this
Notice of Administration May 13. 1982
Ist Cary E. Floor. Sr,
As Personal Representalive
ol the Estate ol
CARY E. FLOOR. JR, Deceased.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
C. Was Pitlman
314 Magnolia Avenue
Panama City, Florida 32401
Telephone- (904) 769-3226
ATTENTION OWNERS. AGENTS. CUS-
TODIANS, LESSORS AND OCCUPANTS
OF REAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY
LIMITS OF THE QITY 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 Iwelve (121 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 trash, debris, refuse, filth
or other noxious matter localod upon
such property, and that upon your failure
to do so the City of Port St. Joe will cause
said weeds, grass or underbrush to be cut
and any trash, debris, refuse, illh or olher
noxious matter to be removed from said
premises and the cost thereof assessed
against the properly upon which salad
weeds, grass or underbrush eor such
trash, debris, refuse, filth or other nox-
Ious matter may be growing or located
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA
BY: I/tL A Farris,
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Secllon 86509, Florida 'Statules, Ihe
undersigned owner intends to register
wilh the Clerk of the Circuit court, Gull
County. Florida. four weeks alter the first
publication ol this notice, the fictitious
name or trade name under which he will
be engaged in business and In which said
business is to be transacted, to-wit:
1501 2nd Street
PosI Office Box 157
Wewqhltchka, FL 32465
Frank Graddy. Owner
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SE-
COND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR LEON COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO 82-1078
DIVISION. OF'-BOND'FINADWCE ol the
STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
GENERAL SERVICES, a public body cor-
porate. on behalf -of the STATE OF
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL
MrATE IF FLORIDA, arnthe several Tax-
payers, Property' Owners and Citizens
thereof. including Nonresidents owning
property or subject to taxation therein,
and All Others .having or claiming any
right, title or interest In property to be af-
fecled by issuance of the Bonds describ-
ed In the Complaint, and All Others to be
affected In any way thereby.
IN RE: 5200.000,000 STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL
RESOURCES SAVE OUR COAST
NOTICE TO. STATE OF FLORIDA, AND
THE SEVERAL TAXPAYERS. PROPERTY
OWNERS' AND CITIZENS THEREOF, IN-
CLUDING NONRESIDENTS OWNING
PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION
THEREIN, AND ALL OTHERS HAVING
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
You, and each ol you. and the State of
Florida. through Ihe Slate Attorneys lor
the First. Second, Third, Fourth. Fifth.
Sixth. Seventh. Eighth, Eleventh. Twelfth.
Thirteenlh, 'Fourteenth. Fitleenlh. Six-
teenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth. Nine-
teenth and Twentieth Judicial Circuits of
Florida. are hereby required to appear
before this court in the Chambers of the
undersigned Circuit Judge at the Leon
County Courthouse in Tallahassee.
Florida, on Ihe 17th day of June. 1982. at
9.00 o'clock A.M and show cause. iI any
you have, why the prayers of the Com-
plaint filed in the above-slyled cause
should not be granted and the Bonds, The
security therefore, and proceedings
validated and confirmed as therein
prayed. The Bonds to be issued by Ihe
Plaintiff herein are described as loliows
S200.000.000 STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL
RESOURCES SAVE OUR COAST
REVENUE BONDS (herelnafler "Bonds")
to finance acquisition and impilovemenl
of lands, water areas and related
resources in Bay, Brevard, Broward.
CharJollea. Citrus, Collier, Dade. Dixie.
Duval, Escambla. Flagler, Franklin. Gulf.
Hernando, Hillsborough, Indian River.
Jellerson. Lee, Leon. Levy. Manalee, Mar-
tin. Monroe, Nassau, Okaloosa. Palm
Beach. Pasco, Pinellas, St. Jonns. Sl.
Lucle, Santa Rosa. Sarasola, Taylor,
Volusia, WakuIla, and Walton counties,
Florida, as more fully described In the
resolution of the Governor and Cabinet of
the State ol Florida (the "Resolution") as
the governing board of the Division of
Bond Finance of the State ol Florida
Department of General Services (the
"Division") which Resolution, dated May
4. l982. authorizes the Issuance of the
Bonds. The Resolution provides that the
Bonds. In an aggregale prncipal amount
not to exceed two hundred million dollars
lS200,000,000). shall be dated and shall
mature on such dales and in such years
and amounts as shall be provided by
subsequent resolution of the Division
adopted on or prior to the sale of the
Bonds. The Bonds may be Issued sub-
stantially In the form. and shall be sub-
ject to other terms and conditions as pro-
svided in the Resolution. The Bonds shall
be Issued pursuanl to the provisions of
the Outdoor Recreallion and Conservallon
Act of 1963 (Chapter 375, Florida
Statutes) and the Stale Bond Act
(Chapter 215, Florida Statules). and shall
bear Interest at not exceeding the max-
imum lawful rate of Interest on the date"
the Bonds are sold
The Clerk of this Court Is directed to
cause a copy of this Order to be publish-
ed once each, week lor three (3) con-
secutive weeks, commencing with the
first publication, which shall not be less
than twenty (20) days prior 1o the date set
for the hearing herein, In newspapers of
general circulation published In Bay,
Brevard, Broward, Charlotte, Citrus, Col
liar, Dade, Dixie. Duval, Escambia,
Flagler, Franklin. Gulf. Hernando, -
167 Sixth Graders Participate In 32nd "Forest Day"
One hundred and sixty-
seven sixth grade students of
Gulf County participated in
the 32nd Annual Forestry Day
at the White City Fire Tower
of the Division of Forestry on
The students 'and their
teachers journeyed from
Highland View, Port St. Joe
and Wewahitchka for a day of
instructions in fire prevention,
fire detection, wildlife conser-
vation, fire suppression and
Forest Day was initiated in
1950, and is now jointly
sponsored by the Gulf County
Fire Prevention Committee,
St. Joe Paper Company,
Hilisborough Indian River. Ji
Lee Leon. Levy Manalne
Monroe, Nassau Okaioosa. Pain
Pasco, Pinellas. St Jonns. Sl Lu
ta Rosa. Sarasota Taylor.
Wakuila and Wallon counties. Fl
DONE AND ORDERED in Cnar
Tllianassee. Leon County. Flor
6th day of May. 1982.
Isl Victlo M Cawthon, Circull Ju
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I DO HEREBY CERTIFY that a
correcl copies of the Complaint
Order in the above-slyleo actli
been 'served on Curtis A Goldi
Attorney for Ine First Judicial C
Florida, P. 0. Box 12726, Pe
Florida. 32575, Donald S Modes
Allttorney for the Secono Judicli
ol Florida. 500 Lewis State Bank
Tallahassee. Florida 32302. ,
Blair. State Attorney tor iheThird
Circuit of Florida P. 0 Drawer 1
Oak. Florida. 32060. T. Eaward Au
Statle Alttorney for Ine Fourin Jud
cult of Fiorioa. 600 Duval Couni
house. Jacksonvrie. Florida 32;
dor. G Oidnam. Jr. State Allorne
Filth Judicial Circuitl ol Florida. I
1086. Tavares, .Florioa 32778. J
Russell, State Attorney for' t
Judicial Circuil o0 Florida, 416
County Courthouse. Clearwater
33516: Stephen Lewis Boyles,
lorney for Ine Seventh Judicial C
Florida. Courthouse Annex,
Orange Avenue, Daylona Beach
32014. Eugene T Wnitworih,
lorney for the Eignin Judicial C
Florida P. 0 Box 1437, Gel
Florida 32602: Janet Reno, S
lorney for me Eleventh Judicial C
Florida. Metropolitan Justice B
1351 N W 121n St. Miami. Florid
James A Gardner. Stale Attorne
Twelfth Judicial Circuit of Florl,
Main Street, Sarasota. Florida 33.
Salcines Stale Attorney for t
leentn Judicial Circuit of Florida
Courthouse Annex, Tampa,
33602; James Paul Appleman, S
torney Ior the Fourteenth Judlcli
of Florida, P. 0 Box 1561, Mi
Florida 32446. Davia H. Bluowvor
Allttorney for the Fifteenth Juolcla
ol Florida, P 0 Box 2905, We
Beach. Floriaa 33402; Kirk C.
State Attorney lor ihe.Sixteenth
Circuit of Fiorlia. P. 0. Box I1
West Floridae 33040, Michael
Stalte Attorney for the Seve
Judicial Ciruit ol Florloa201 S
.Streel, Fl Lauderoale. Florida
Douglas L. Cnesnire, Ji. State.
for the' Eighteenth" Juditiali CI
Florida. Brevaid County Cburiho
South Streel, Titusville, Florldi
Roberl E Stone. State Altorney
Nineteenth Judicial Circuit of Fl
0 Drawer 4401. FI Pierce, Florid.
Joseph P D'Alessendro. State
tor the Twenlielh Judicial Ci
Florida, P 0 Drawer 399, Ft.
Florida 33902. oy certified Unite
mail tnis 7th day of May, 1982
Isr LUCY H HARRIS.
Attorney for Pisintift.
DIVISION OF BOND FINANCE
Room 453. Larvon Building
Tallanassee. Florida 3230'
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission, and the Florida
Division of Forestry.
Five stations were used in a
county fair system of instruc-
tion. Instructors were provid-
ed by the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission and
the Florida Division of For-
Forest Rangers Bill Dye and
George Perna stressed the
importance of forest fire pre-
vention at station 1. The
causes of wild fires and their
effects were explained. "Each
Service to County
The Gulf County Guidance The Guidance Clinic is staf-
Clinic, Inc., 311 Williams fed with eight professionals
Avenue in Port St. Joe, is a and three support personnel.
private non-profit Mental Eleven local citizens also
Health Clinic established to voluntarily serve on the
provide essential mental Clinic's Board of Directors.
health services to Gulf County Financial support for the
and surrounding communi- Clinic is derived from patient
ties. The Clinic provides ser- fees, donations, local, and
vices to individuals and fami- state contracts. All patient
lies who experience difficul- fees are indicated at the first
ties ranging from mild adjust- appointment and are estab-
ment problems to severe listed on a sliding scale based
emotional disturbances. Spe- on the ability to pay.
cific services for children and Guidance clinic hours are
adults include: psychological from 8:00 a,m. to 5:00 p.m.
evaluations, counseling and every Monday through Fri-
psychotherapy, psychiatric day. There is also a twenty-
medication, emergency ser- four hour emergency service
vices; consultation, and edu- available which can be reach-
cation. The Clinic also op- ed by calling the Clinic
rates three classrooms for telephone number (22741145)
Emotionally Handicapped at any time, Anyone request-
children 'in grades kinder- ing an appointment can walk
garten through twelve. Educa- in or telephone the Clinic.
tion and'therapy are a part of According to Edwin R.
this classroom instruction. Ailes, Executive Director of
the Gulf County Guidance
THANK YOU Clinic, there were over.3,500
therapeutic sessions conduct-
The family of Capt. Bob ed at the Clinic during the
(Robert L.) Raffield would 1980:81 fiscal year. The Clin-
like to take this opportunity to ic's monthly caseload aver-.
thank all of our friends ages approximately 230
everywhere for the kind ex- clients every month. The
pressions of sympathy shown. Guidance Clinic has been
throughout the passing of our operating in the community
loved one. We thank the Lord for the past fifteen years and
for each of you, and pray, His has grown, considerably over
blessing upon your life. the past five years. Com-
munity support for the Clinic
Mrs. Bob Raffield. is good and client services run
Robert and Linda.Raffield consistently high. The pro-
and family gram encourages anyone in-
Sparks and Amaryllis terested in services to contact
_Weakley. the Clinic at any time.
antenn Carl Lee and Irs
E Sixth Williamson and family-
3330oey: Al and Shirley'Jarzynka
Irculit oi and family -
use. 400 Jerry and Sonja Tuttle
for the LouSue Raffield
The oldest continuously in-
3tc habited city in existence
3tc,5 is Damascus in Syria.
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS:
High quality, professional photographs will be
made locally and at no charge or obligation.
We, as sponsors, will use and display the
photos as a tribute to OUR FUTURE CITI-
As a bonus, you will see finished color photos
(photos used in the feature will be in black
and white) and have an opportunity to pur-
chase any for your family needs you are
not obligated to buy anything. No age limit.
"OUR FUTURE CITIZENS" Feature is
Sponsored by: THE STAR
Thursday, May 20
from 2:00 to 7:00 P.M.
Call 227.1278 for Appointments
Natural & LP Gas,
Electric and Oil
* Air Conditioning
Central and Window
St. Joe Paper Company.
Teachers Rebecca Birming-
ham, James Rouse and Alane
Redd from Wewahitchka
brought their sixty-five sixth
graders on Tuesday.
Wednesday seventy-five stu-
dents came from Port St. Joe,
accompanied by their teach-
ers, Juanice Williams, Billy
Barlow and William Lane.
Twenty-seven sixth graders
from Highland View School
visited the site on Thursday
along with their teacher,
year there are a few fires in
Gulf County which are deli-
berately set," they said, "but
many of our fires are caused
by human carelessness."
At the second station the
students climbed the fire
lower to learn how fires are
detected, located and crews
dispatched to suppress them.
Forest Ranger Gerald Black-
well manned this station.
Carl O'Barr and Bob Ship-
man of the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission man-
ned station 3. They discussed
with the children the effects of
environmental pollution upon
fish and wildlife, and ultimate-
ly on people.
County Forester Ralph
Edenfield discussed forest
management at station 4.
methods of measuring tree
heights, diameters and
growth, as well as planting of
Station 5 was manned by
Forest Ranger John Redmon.
He showed the students the
equipment used in wild fire
suppression, and discussed
the techniques employed.
Tractors, plows, hand tools,
and back fire torches were
After formal instruction the
students enjoyed sack lunch-
es, soft drinks and games until
time to return to school. The
soft drinks were furnished by
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BEACON HILL. Unobstructed Gulf view. Two story
house, ideal for rental property or permanent pleasure. 4
bdfm.. 2 ba.. could easily be converted into two separate
units Assumable mortgage. Corner 4th St & Hwy. 98.
MEXICO BEACH. 2 Ddrm furnished mobile home with
screened porch to be moved off of lot. Reasonable price.
Fortner Ave. between 3rd and 4th St.
MEXICO BEACH. CITY COMFORT ON 1.6 ACRES. Big 4
bdrm., 1 V2 ba. brick home 1 blk. from beach & tennis ct.
Cedar shake roof, w/w carpet, fireplace, cen. &a.
Secluded, no close neighbors Assumable 9% mor-
tgage, plus attractive additional financing. 20th St.
MEXICO BEACH. Reasonably priced 2 bdrm. mobile
home on nice lot, short walk from beach. Partially fur-
nished. Sixth Street.
Branch Office-- 229-8493
Britt Pickett, Associate
Orena MHler, Associate
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate -
* Major Appliances -
All Makes and Models
* Refrigerators &
* Electrical Plumbing
Home Appliance Repair
23 Years Experience In Appliance Repair
DANIELS SERVICE COMPANY:
Phone 229-8416 Port St. oe..
10 14PARKER REALTY
Hwy. 98 at 31st St.
Mexico Beach, Fla. 904/648-5777
"Real Estate Specialists for Over 30 Years". Call us for information on these as
well as a large inventory of lots and other homes.
Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate.
D..k.. C..mlvln. Asneisate
WETAPPO LTS'. STORGE WAREHOSES
immara aunivaur m oow-asw--
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A M.
MORNING WORSHIP ... ..- .. 11:00AM.
EVENING WORSHIP ........ 6:00 P.M
'God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
SUNDAY SCHOOL. ...................... 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE ...... ....11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ............. 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7.30 P.M.
Nursery Provided BRO. JERRY REGISTER" .
Public Notice -
NOTICE OF TAX CERTIFICATE SALE
Purluant to Chaplter 197.062. Florida Statules, Nollce Is heb.y given that on the
l1t day of June, 191 atI wo o'clock P.M.. Tax Sale Certificates 1wll'be .old on the
following demcrlbed lands to pay the amount due for the taxes herein set opposite the
slme, together with all costs of such sale and all advertising. Sale Is to 0te held at the
Gull County Courthouse. Port St. Joe, County of Gull, Slate of Florida.
* 9 6 8 -WHIIFIELD PRESTUN
ORH 74/661 FROM ETHEIL & JO ANN
WHIPFIELD ACRES AT HOBARO CREEK.
NEI/4 IF SWI/4 UF SECTION 1 ThP 7
S RGE I NEST
LOTS 60 AY 133 FI
--BAILEY GEORGE MARVIN
LOT 60 BY 130 OR9
66/S13 FROM GOOLStY EARL 0.
--MC ARDLE LARPY
BLR C MHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION
A LOT 73 BY 100 FT. C A LOT 110.
FT. RY 110 FT. IN LOT I PROM
CONRAD ORB 7S/166
--MC AROLE LARRY
ELK C WHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION
ALL OF LOI 4 N. OF COUNTY ROAD
--CANNON EMMIT EC'ET UR
HLK F NHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION
LOT 3 210 FT. BY 210 FT. LOT 6
210 FT. BYI 210o FT.
--CANNON EMMIT FT UK
BLK F WHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION
LOT S 190 BY 210 FT ORB 74/661
UHITFIELD ACRES SECOND ADDITION
TO HOWARD :REEK
BLK I WHITFIELD ACRES SECOND ADDIfITUN
LOT 9 ORB RS/S59
--BROGDUN JULIUS 0.
6LK 2 MHITFIELD ACRES SE:ONO ADDITION
bLK 2 WHITFIELD ACRES SECOND ADDITION
LOT 3 ORd B5/559
BLK 2 WHITFIELO ACRES SE'ONO AOOIIION
--MAYU ODELBERI R. ET UK
BLK 3 WHITFIELD ACRES SE:ONO AODIIIUN
--MAYO DELRLTI R. ET UK
EILK 3 RHIrFIELO ALRES SECOND ADDOI ION
--COOPER JAMES C. MRS.
ULK 8 WHIIFIFLO ACRES SECOND ADDOOIIION
HOWARO CREEK PROPERrIES A SUBD.,
QOF SWM/4 OF SW/41 OF SECTION .
S TOWNSHIP SOUTH RANGE 8 EST
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
--HEWETT JAMES B. Ef AL
BLK 3 HOMARO LREEK PROPERTIES SUBD.
S1/2 OF LOT 2
MAGNOLIA ESIATES UNII NO. I
SI/4 S/4 Of EI/4 OF SECTION 5/7/8
--BAILEY ANDREE F.
'BLK I MAGNOLIA ESIATES UNIT NO. I
LOT 4 '
MAGNOLIA ESIAIES UNIT NO. 2
SAl/4 OF SEI/4 OF SECTION 5/7/8
--HOLMES JOSEPH DALION
BLK 2 MAGNOLIA ESIAIES UNIT NO. 2
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. I
IMS 9 T 4 RN 9
--SINGLEIARY J. E. & JOHN PAGE
BLK 2 KENTUCKY LANDING SJBOIVISION
19 4 9 -BROWDER L.E. ET AL
16 4 9 -HOSKINS MYRILE OPAL
S5 FT A j25 Fr LOT IN ORIG. GOVT.
-LOT- 4 URS 1S/746
CHIPOLA RIVER CUT OFF SUBDIVISION
SECTION l L IFTI 4 R 9'
--POTTER W. 0.
BLK I CHIPOLA RIVER CUT OFF SUBD..
.a 'LOT I8 A
HARLAND 0. PRIDGEON PLAT
CUT OFF RIVER RECORDED ORB 5/104
SECTION 11 I 4 R 9 GULF COUNTY
S 17 4 9 -LYNN ELIE E.
-. A LOT LYING NORTH OF STATE RD.
REO BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. I SECTION 30/4/9
--HOBBS EMORY GAY ET Ux
BILK C RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 1
S. REDBULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION.,
UNII 1O. 2 SECTION 30 F 4 R 9
--CA4bYNNEAUS MICHAEL E O UX
dLK H REn BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. I
--CARBONMEAUS.MICHAEL E I UR
BLK H -ED0 BULL ISLAND SUBD UNII T0. 2
.LK K RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. U IT J4 2
SIJl ^SftH'.EHplT[.AT UX --
ELK M RED :ULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT. NO. d
--SMIIT EMNMITI ET tR
bLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. I2
--SMITH EMMITI ET UX
BLK M RE HULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
--SMITH EMMITI ET UX
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUOD. UNIT NO. 2
--S1IFH ENMITT ET UA
,BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SuBO. UNIT NO. 2
_LOT 29 -
-SMITH EMINITr El UA
bLK M RED OULL ISLAND SUAD. UNII NO. 2
--SMIIH EMMITI ET UX
bLK M RED RILL ISLAND SuBD. UNIT NO. 2
--SMIIH EMMIIT El UK
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SuBO. UNIT NO. 2
-SMIIH EMMITT ElT UX
BLK P RED BULL ISLAND SUBOD. UNII NO. 2
-MORRIS EARNLSI H. ET Ux
tLK R RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 2. 3 C 4 ORB 42/47
RED bULL ISLAND UNII NO. 3
IN U.b. GOV'I LOI 2 FRACTL.
SECTION 10 I 4 SOUIH RANGE 9 WEST
GULF COUNIYv FLORI3A
--GROGIN qNIST MN.
BLK Y RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
COCHRAN LANDING PROPERTY
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION BY PARKER
31 4 9 -NEAL ANNIE RUIH
100.SI 17 DORB 60/6b FROM GILtERI
18 5 9 -CAUSEY EDWARD G.
ORR 81/412 FROM EDGAR IN SE COR.
20 5 9 -THOMAS.GEORGE L. L BILLIE F.
REC'O ORB 12/138 FR. KYSER LYING
IN IHE SE1/4 OF SlI/4 OF SECT.
20 I 5 R 9
20 5 9 -COKER ROY F.
REC'D ORB ?3/663 FR. STEWARI
100 BY 100 FT.
20 5 9 -MAYHAlN BILLY JOE El UX
REC'DO OR 71/639 FROM FOSTER
A SIRIP OF LAND IN THE NEC OF
Mdl/4 OF 5.11/4 UF SEC! 20 &
JOININS UP 10 fINOELL.
RIVERSIDE PARK SUBDIVISION
CORRECTIrVE REPLAY UNIT NO. 1
BY JOE I. LAND IN SECTION 31 I 4
RANGE 9 MESI. GULF COUNTY. FLA.
ULK I RIVE5lDEr 'ABK UHrl. UNIlI NJ. I
at L l 12 URb ol%/110?
--mULVN CL'nALE Aa. I u<
dLK RIVERSIDE 'ARK U,Dn. uN11 NJ I
--LISINUY GEORGL El JA
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LOT I/ Olb 19/1014O
--LIScNbY "'c'l3t ET Ji
OLC K RAIVEqil;f PARK SUDI. UNIT UJ. I
LJr 14 QRU 19/1314
TlIN LAE.a SUn'llDVISI0 u[T' I
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ELK 9 raIN LAKES SUOD. JINT N0 1
LOT 6 LESA 14 FI
--RALEUM JERRY L. EB UO
BLK 13 Ti[IN LIES SU0n. uRlI MU I
--RALBURN JERRY L. T' uX
ULK 13 TEIN LAKES SUDO. UNI' NO 1
--iALBURS JERRY L. ET UX
ULK 1S TIdN LA'S SU0BO. UNIT NO. 1
LUT 4 5 51/2 UF LOT S ORS 81/646'
--RALBURM JbRRY L. L MARY B.
LK 15 T.[N LAKES NUOD. uNIT NO. I
LOT 6 NL1/2 OF LOT 5 ORB O80/E
--DARIS JA"ES G. i
S L3 I'1 TlIN LIES sU6D. UNIT NO. I -
L0IS 10. 12.
BLA I DOUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISTON -
LOTS 2. 4 & 6 ORB 83/31l
--DROkN EDUARD .
BLK 4 DOUGLA&S LANDING SUBDIVISION
LUTS 5 I. 1
ILK I DOUGLAS LANUING SUMDIVISION
b LOTS IS N I FT. UF O14
--PEIIS HAZEL AL
bL< JOGULAS LANROING SU0BtVl1SION
S 50 FT. OF LOT I.,-
INONA GAR1ENS SUTD. .
OF A I/2 OF SUCIOUN 5/6/9 '-
2" 1 1U -SMELL 001ALO E.
REC'D ORDl 69/1049 FROM SEIUN ,
REINN PARCEL NO. IN
IDLEW3000 PARK SUBOIVESION UNIT, I
SE I 25 T I R ID
-AROWDEB L. E.
IDLEAOQO PARK SU8D.
BES. Al S5 COR. OF LOT 3 N 10 FT '
EASTERLY A4.RN FI N 66 FT.
dESIERLY 8A4.d FT S 66 FT. TO POB
S-BkOWDLQ L. E.
BLK I IOLEMOOC PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT 1
N 14 FT. OF LOI 3
--RRNOE4 L. EI.
BLK I IDLEUOOD PARK SURDI VISION UNIT 1
E 2r.24 FL. SIRIP FROM LO o
--RRODERA L. E.
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THE STAR, Port-- Joe, Fla."H- U R.. 2 1982
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1982
EDA RUTH TAYLOR TAX COLLECTOR
.+. _. LOT 3 '
--GANT CHESTER JR. 312
S LK A : HONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1 124.40
LOT 4 ': :
--HESTER DIAMOND B 3132
BLK 0 MONEY BAYOJ SUBDIVISION UNIT NO .I A45I44.,
--WATSON MARION 0 313S
ELK 0 HONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I 144.48
S LOTS- 109 11 .
S' -MWYN JULIUS S II,31,6 ,
BLK E MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO aI S15339
LOTS 12 3 0 '"
MONEY BAVYU BEACH UNIT NO. 2
SIN SECTION 19 T 9R 10
7 9 10 -MOODALL CHARLES E. ET AL 9 3164 -
ALL OF SECTION 966*07
a8 9 10 -WOODALL CHARLES Ee ET AL 3'16 ,
S ALL OF SECTION 1066.T0
. 1T' 9 10 OODALL HARLES E. ET AL B T3,7;'
4 N1/2 OF 41/2 ,.*4.11
i 18 9 10 -MOODALL CHARLES E. ET AL 3177 ,
ALL MONEY BAYOU SECTION 11,019.13
19 9 10 -MWODALL CHARLES E. ET AL B 3110
ALL FRACTL. SECT. 19 LESS MONEY 16.
BAYOU COTTAGES DES. ABOVE BEING
19 9. 10-WOODALL CHARLES E. ETAL #3180.001
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SE 30 FT. OF LOT 12
RIVERSIDE ESTATES SURUIVISION BY
GASKIN BROTHERS LUMBER,CO.
-BEING IN SECTION 16/4/9
--:ARTER J3HV W. 1422
ULK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBDIVISION 5261.56
NI/2.OF LOT .3
S --PEAOEN R3BERT E. ET Ux B 0 1437
Bt K RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBDIVISION 168.49
CENTRAL LANDING SUBDIVISION
BEINGS IN SFCT 16/3/ '
--HOBBS 7. W. C NELLIE H. 1487
S LK I CENTRAL LANDING SUBDIVISION S179.24
* ... LOT 14
1 4 10 -CONY JERRY S. ET UK 9 1S17.007
51/2 OF S1/2 LYING S. OF STONE 48.16
MILL CREEK LESS W. 160 YDS ORB
3 4 10 -THOMAS SAMJEL ET Uk 0 1417.024
ORR 66/231 FkOM BROGOON $47.66
10 4' 10 -COBY JERRY 5. ET UX 154.002
S. MNEL/4 OF'NEL/4 ALL PART OF NEI/4 613.52
S. THAT LIES S. UF SEINE MILL LREEK
ME'KS LAME SUdOVISION :
SSt TO'. 14/4/10 .
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: 2 'REAKSLLA
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S14 4 10 -CANIEL DORIS A 1686.001
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22 4 -10 -SITEENS C E ELION INC. D 17S9
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23 4 10 -DAI I THOHAS D 1767
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S21 4 10 -M9AIRIE R51E ESI. C/O GARSERT A 171S
LUT 60 UY 151 TI OB 0 10/13S 199.64
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.kK 4 C. L. MUiGAN ADD 10 ,EWAHII.-IKA 110.1D6
--"ULLINS JAMES 0. B 1D08
uLK 4 C. L. OgGAN ADOD TE EfAHIT'HKA 116.63
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23 4 10 -TANNFHILL RARbARA a 1840
O11, 1 AL I ALALEA GARDENS 126S. 35
R ECO A1 RN4/6TS A1I|'ORBB.5/516
E a 'CESS 13 1Al.ES
23 4 ID -BLEC LCE'ES C/0 ROBERT JONES A 1464
S B. 1?/S9' LESS SOL ro OTHERS 118.79
LAKE ALICE ADO T3 WMEAHITCHKA
,a v NY E.P. 'ULLINGON PAR14TS OF
Ndil/ OF SWA/4
'--GRIFFri CHIRLAS L a 160.001
ULK 6 LAKE ALICE ADDTO r wEAHIrCHKA 110.16
LOTS 1. 72 LESS d 46 FT. OFF EACH
LOT FP. L NIETY
TO WEARHIF:HKA. FLORIDA
SECTION 25 T 4 R'10
S --WHITFIELD MICHAEL U. A 2339.010
B ILK I RISHES SUBDIVISION S30.26
S LOT0 9
-4iHIIFIELD JAMES'FRANKLIN 'a 2340
BLK 1 RISHES SUBDIVISION 156.41
LOTS 10.' I,
-GAINOUS JOAN D. CARYLON 0 2346
BLK 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION 30.26
-GAINOUS JOHN 0. S CARVLON a 2346.002
BUK 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION 130.26
--WARO CHARLES E.'EI UX A2347.020
ELK 3 ,.RISHES SUBDIVISION $83.83
LOT 3 & N/2 OF LOT 4
-KENORICK BOBBY ET UX a 2350
BLK 3 RISHES;SUBDIVISION, 130.26
CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. I
TO IEHAHI :HKA, FLORIDA .
SECTION 2i T 4 R 10
-OLIVER JOAITHAN P ALIER A 2361
BLK 1. CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. 1 123.34
LOT 22 ORB 81/774
1 ,l IDA GRIFFIN SUBDIVISION
TO MEMAHIICHKA. FLORIDA '*'
.IN SECTION 2S T 4 9 10
25' 4 10 -OLIVER DOROIHY A 246
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ORB 80/519 30.26-'
26 4 10 -HAND BRYANI ET UX K ; a s %
SLOT SO-BY 100 FT ORB 35/644 113.00
26 4 10 -BOSTICK VERA CHILDREN A 456
SBE AT THE SMC OF 1EI/4 OF NWI/4 19.00
S OF 26 RU1.E 99 YOS N 291 FT 99
YO ; 291 FT TO P3B LESS TO BELL
TO PEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
IN SCTIEOl 26 T R I0
--ADDISOA01LBERTA A 2492
BLK B' WILLIA.SBURG SUBDIVISION ,128.1
LOT 14 ORB 82/7
*- BASS, BILLIE FRED B 2511
bLK E MILLIAISBURG SUBDIVISION '- SIT04
LOTS 9. 10.
--BOSTICK CHARLES 1 VERA B 2131
BLK G WILLIAMSBUNG SUBDIVISION 11T.ss
--FINOLE READOY I 21q3
BLK G WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION 132.14
PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION t
TO MFMAHET:HKAe FLORIDA
'i IN SECTION 23 T 4 N 10
--HAND BRYANT t ANNIE GENE B 253
BEiK I PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION NIIla.4;
LOT 4 ORB 69/723
--HILL MILLIf RB. AB 547
BLK 3 PINE RIOGE SUdOIVISION 1124.29
OF MEiWAhII:KA. FLORIDA
SECTION 16 T 4 R 10
--WHI-TEHlRSI JOHN d. B 2570.010
LESTERS SUBDIVISION 19.00
LOTS 35 36. IT.' 39, ORB 71/21
36 4 10 -GA 01VE JAMES 9 2504.001
A LOT 90 BY 145 FI. FROM SEAVY 1211.17
REC'O ORB 91/662
36 4 10 -HUGHES WILLIAH WILLIS a 216
6EC 0 ORB'57/91B FROM WHALEY 1103.30
16 4 10 -SRAY MARTHA 2S90
REC'D ORB 72/40 FROM fHALEY 144.64
BEING 130 BY 165 FT. LOI
THOMAS SUBDIVISION OUT OF SECT 36
AND 25 TFP 4 SR 10 WEST FILED
FO PERMANENT-RECOID SEPTEMBER
26. 1978 RECED PLAt ROOK 3 PAGE
I1 PUBLIC RECORDS
3b 4 ID -DANIELS JOHN .ILLIAH JR. B 2601.001
ORR 14/68 (11.%7
3b 4 10 -flLOS JUNE R. f 2655
ORB 44/7T1 LESS TO SMILEY 162.09
BEING 1.01 ACRES
SUNNYVOO0D ESTATES UNII NO. 2 PB )
PAGE If LOLAIED IN NE1/4 OV
SE"1IIO 2 r S R 10O
?12 5 10 -JODNS0 CLIFFORD NM. E UK B 2707.001
IN IlE SEt/4 OF SEI/4 ORB 80/23 S1141.49
I) 5 10 -MARVELL JAMES M A 2J30.010I
REC'O ORR 55/881 FMOM HARVELL R20.22
II 7 10 -HAROY HuEW H. ET UK A Z211
a LOT 1687.0 FT Rv 410 FI FROM 1SB1.7TZ
POLLY ORB B2/2BE
II 7 10 -MULLER SIANION G. RE ux 0 2823
A LOT 10 FI. FACING CO. RD. C RUN 1148.10
BACK 16? FI. ORB 10/6B7 FR. ARODN
1I 7 10 -REiL kAYNE L LYODIA 2819.003
3RB 10/656 FROM BURKE BEING ?211 130.14
RE lo0 FI. LOT
BEAUTY'S SUBDIVISION PLAT
OF NUW1/4 SECTION 11 T 7 RO 10
--CAUSEY LAEAR' BA 2B96
S BLK F BEAirY'S SUOIVISIlN 76.67
; -' LOTIS 32. 3.34.35.
,'. -CAUSEY LAMAR ET U .0 2899
S "' K F BEAIfY'S SJEDIVIS13N :. 16.41
i LOrs I/It220.127.116.11.1", "
rARD RIDGE uNIT NO. I
SECTION 1I T R 10
'--MAXWELL JiOHN D '0 3057.001
bLK 4. lARD RIDGE UNIT NO. I 510.41'
LOT 4 ,
SHMONEY BAYOJ SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1
'' ';' IN FRACIAL SECTION'19 T 9 R 10
DEPTH MIL LESS TO MONEY.
21 9 .10 -STAPLETON ROBERT L. ET UX
200 FT GULF FRONT ORB 79/640
SINDIAN PASS BEACH SUBDIVISION
FRACTL. PARTS OF GOV'T LOTS I1 2
IN SECTION 21,22 T 9 R 10
--FISHER- MAYME 0. ET AL
ULK 0 INDIAN PASS BEACH SUBDIVISION
S CAMP PALMS SUBEDIVISION
S.IN SECTION 21 T 9 R 10
--POWERS RALPH M. E ALPH F.
CAMP PALMS SUBDIVISION
1 LOTS 2 & 3 .
S 31 11 -MARSHALL JAMES N. ET UX
IEC'O ORB 71/1008 FROM ATCHINSON
325 FT. BY 200 FT. AA 'FR. PATRICK
1.22. AC IN SR 386, ORB 77/380
-C 1.70 ACRES FOR RWY.
32 5 11 -HANLON J. Z.
LOT REC*O ORB 7/1IS
BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION,
SEI/2 3F L3T 13 3RIG. SECTION 30
AND LOT 3 DRIG.
SECTION 31 T b R 11
-HARRELL ROBERT C. ET UX
BLK 6 BEACON, HILL SUBDIVISION
--RANCHO ALGLA C/0 B. J. BAILY
'LK 14 BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION
LOTS 10. 19
BLK 15 BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION
LOT 12 1. SI/2 OF L3T 14 3RB
.'". .' -GAIFFEN CLIFFORD .
S BLK 17, BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION
S LOTS 13. 115
YU*,S.ADDITION i. BEACON HILL
IN SECTION S I 7 R 11
-PADGETT JAMES I. 1
LK 3 VYON'S A00rION TO BEACON HILL
LOTS 14i, 1.
--DE'ER DUREN AUDREY
SBLK 10 VN'S ADDITION T3 BEACON HILL
.. "* LOT"12 :
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.ULF ORB 47/501
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c ORB 46/ib4
PORT ST. J3E BEACH. uNIT NO. I
TO 0ON'S ADDITION PART OF SECTION
S TWP 7 RANGE II EST
--SINFMESSEL MaRVI1N El UA
ALA 5 PORT ST. J3E PEAC1 uNIT NO. I
--MC DONALD A. m*
BLK 6 POR ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOTS I. 16
-PARKER SAMdIE C.
BLK 6 PORT ST. JOE bEACH UNIT NO. I
--DOOD CARL 3AVIO
bLK 11 PORT ST. jOE BEACH uNIT NO. I
-40UO CARL '
S- BIK, 11 tr TPOR'SI'.JOE BEA', "KIT'NO.Il ". .
S' LOTS 2. 4 *
Sr. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
PART OF SECTION S r T R 11
--MANNON J. e.
ILK 30 Sfe JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
ILK 4? ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. A
ILK *4 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
ST. JOSEPH SHORES SUBDIVISION
BEIN3 IN SECTION 16 I R II
16 7 II -BERNAL PAUL A. El UX
WEST 12 OF THE 0.1%N ACRES FROM
VIRGINIA CARTER BERNAL ORB
NAVVIEM HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
OF SI/2 IF GOV'I L3IS 11. Ii.
BEING IN SECTION 2b6 7 R II
--MOOD MILDRED L.
BLK C BAYVItE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION .
LOTS 2. 3.
-BROWN J. G.
BLK J BATVIEM HEIGHTS SURDIVISION
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BLK J .BAYVIEU HEIGHIS SuiOIVlSION
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ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
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R II HEST
BLK 8 S H. JOE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
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CITY OF PORT ST. J1E'
PART OF S:IIONS 1. 2 & SECTION
I2 T 7 R 11 '
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ILK 6 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
20 F 33F' S SIDE OF LOT 24 ORB
B12/913 1 L 2/22
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BLK II CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 16 & 14 LEIS IS Fr OFF NW COR
AND 15 FT. OFF SE COR. OF LOT 12
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ILK IS CIT-fOF PORl ST. JOE
N 20 FT OF El/? nF LOT 18 ORB,
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ILK IS CITY OF PORT.ST. JiE
SN? 'FT BY 90 FT OFF LOT 14 & K
9 FI bY 4S FT-& 4W FT OF LITS
6. 1 20 ORB 9f/969
S-DAVIS JOHN F.
BLK 36 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
CITY OF PURT ST. JOE
OFFICIAL MAP 40. IF
-BARBEE JIEL L.
BLK 60 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
-ROBERTS RALPH L. ET UX
BLK 61 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
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SI. JOSEPH ADOIII3N UNIT NO. 6
CITY-OF PORN SI. JOE PARTS OF
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-JONES ERE'ESI MC DOALD SR.
. DELK 1002 CITY OF PURI SI. JOE ORIG.
4'60 FT. 0 LUI I
-GANI CHESIER JR. ET UX
ULK 1IOZ CiTY UF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
*, --GAIT ADRIAN F. SR. El UX
BLK 1005 CITY OF PORT ST. Je IGRIG.
--DGAm lCESIER JR. EF IU
ULK 1003 CITY 0' PORI I. JOE 04RG.
LO3 II ORB 83/196
--SIMM1NS 40R & ILLIE MAE
BIK 1004 CITY OF POlI Si. JOE ORIG.
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GULF COUNTv. FLORIDA
--MumRAy JANIS I.
ELK 3 OAK GAnF SuBDIVISION
LOTS. I1. IS. C EL/2 OF LOT E7
--REGI4TER ANIE M. 'FST.
BLK S OAK ;RVE SUBDIVISION
LOT IA LESS N '0 FT.
'.--ROBERTS RALPH L.
BLK 6 EAK SROVE SUBDIVISION
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3AK SROVE SUBDIVISION UNIT 2
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2% B 1I -DICKENS L 1 H. ET FL
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.: THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1982
Home Health Care for
In this busy world we live in
today, somebody still takes
the time to make house
calls...the professional Home
Health Care nurse.
. The Home Health Care
nurse provides skilled nursing
care and other services to
patients right in their own
homes, under doctors' orders.
Mrs. Pam Perry, R.N.,. Fa-
tient Services Director of local
Home Health Care agency,
Gulf County Home Health,
explains how Home Health
Care benefits patients who
require regular monitoring
but. not constant care.
"It takes a special person.to
be a Home Health nurse," she
Betty Sue Hanlon, Home
Health aide, is shown help-
ing'Mrs. Myriha Peters do
exercises "that were in-
stituted by Physical
says. "She must be able to care."
make decisions when she
enters the patient's home, and Length of care varies for
she needs to be an understand- each patient, and the Home
ing, caring professional." Health nurse often finds her-
.: .. Care. o fs self being both friend and
Hore, Health Care offers advisor to her patients as well
personal medical care at a as a skilled medical profes-
reasonable cost to people who sional.at their service. She is
are chronically ill or who are also, a "teacher" in many
recovering from a serious',':.respects, both to the patient
'illhiiss or accident. Mrs. and to the patient's family, as
Pery,, R.N., points out that, a major purpose of Home
Home Health Care is a team Health Care is to help patients
approach, with the profes- learn how to cope with their
sional nurse providing import- disabilities and to become as
ant basic medical services to independent as possible Nurs-
patients. ing instruction and training
"Our nurses are the doctors' includes care for a colostomy
eyes and ears in the home," or ileostomy; showing family
she says. "The doctors rely members how to irrigate a
heavily on their progress catheter; how to apply dres-
reports and professional ad- sings and check vital signs,
vice concerning the patient's and how to give injections.
'round the c
home in fam
ings. There a
tages to rec
care at home
the hospital fo
own care in th
she points ou
Health Care p
eat when yo
your own bed,
as often as y
with your ow
State of Flor
to Mrs. Perry, minimum of two years' nurs- institutional setting.
who do not need mg experience. Nurses who "Our staff has access to all
lock care often work in a Home Health Care the medical equipment and
nore quickly at setting enjoy the flexible supplies neededqp by the a-
iliar surround- working schedule that is avail- entsp" Mrs. Pe said If a
re many advan- able to them, and they also y si. f,
:eiving medical thrive on the responsibility of person needs more services
e rather than in working with both patient and ,thanidome Health C re can
r these patients. family to improve the pa-. ommend the necessary
its learn to take tient's health. agency which will provide him
sibility for their Hom Healthurses jo with the specialized care
.e home setting," the assistance of Home Health needs (such as counselling,
it "As a Home aides when the patient re- mental health services and
patient, you can
Like, sleep in quires personal care and family planning).
see your friends hygiene, and when the Home With the cost of hospitaliza-
,ou ish and be Health Care Physical Thera- tion rising yearly, Home
n family pist. Occupational Therapist Health Care is a pleasant
or Speech Therapist needs alternative to long hospital
Health Care help with particular therapy stays and nursing homes. The
be graduates of exercises. All Home Health patients also get the added
nursing school, aides have at least two years' benefit of personalized, pro-
d licensed in the experience as Health aides, fessional nursing care directly
ida, and have a whether in a Home Health or in their home.
Insects Can Be
Demise Of Garden
By Roy Lee Carter County Extension Director
!'As the summer season ap-
p-oaches,.the preparation and
care 'you've given your back-
yard vegetable garden will
really be put to the test. We
say this because insect prob-
lems at this time of year can
b-quite -serious'- Summer in
Beard In New
-In the fall of 1982, Florida
A&M University will open its
new Physical Therapy pro-
S. gram. Tim Beard was chosen
by the School of Allied Health
faculty, comvnittee to be
among',,the first class. -A''
G.P.A. of 2.5 or better was
required to get in the Physical
Therapy Professional School.
Beard, has maintained an
average of 3.1 on a 4.0 scale.
He will be entering his Junior
ydar. He is also serving as the
assistant. Pastor of Wilson
Temple First Born Church of
the Living God
Tim was a honor graduate of
Port St. Joe High School in
1980. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Roosevelt Beard.
Terrell Beard Is
Terrell Beard graduated
from Florida State University
on May 1st. He received a B.S.
degree in Rehabilitative Ser-
Terrell is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Roosevelt Beard of 318
4ve. B, Port St. Joe.
2001 GARRISON AV
Invites You to Wc
Ernest A. B
SUNDAY SCHOOL .
MORNING WORSHIP .
EVENING WORSHIP .
WEDNESDAY NIGHT .....
Florida provides the climates' probably already all too fa-
and'- humidity' that insects .m iliar with in your lawn. They
- thrive .on, arid .without ide- feed on plant foliage and
.quate c6ntrdl;-thse pests 'can attack a variety of crops.
destroy, your garden.-' 9-."' S'ider mites aren't really
In a couple of weeks, all the insects. In fact, as the name
time and effort you've put into :.suggests,' they're actually
your garden should. begin to.' iore closely. related to spi-
pay off- in fresh vegetables de'rsg: They.'re tiny pests,
you'll be harvesting, that is, if usually not more than a
you can get to' your- crops fiftibth of an inch long. They
before the insects do. All the' gather on -the undersidess of
care you give your vegetables 'plant leaves and feed by
in its early stages -will 'be piercingg" -the leaf with their
meaningless if insects are needle .like mouth parts and
allowed to destroy_ the' vege- sucking out 'the plant juices.
tables. Mv informationfor this Because they're so small you
article was provided by Ento- may not notice them until they
mology Specialist Dr. Don start to cause severe damage.
Short, of the University of Aphjds, sometimes called
Florilda :Institute of'Fobod arid plant lice, also caqse dpnalge-
AgriculturaFl Sciences. by piercing leaf tissue ahd
The' insects you 'need. to sucking out' plant juices. Flea
worry about are divided into -beetles are chewing insects
two broad categories: those and they cause damage -by
which "live ..and ",do their chewing small holes in the
damage above -grond,, rand leaves:
those whichilive in thlboil and All this may sound dis-
bother the roots and lower couraging, but it's actually
stems of your vegetables. The fairly easy and inexpensive to
common above ground insects control these insects in your
are leaf'miners, army worms, garden. Most garden centers
spider mites, flea beetles arid will have a variety of insecti-
aphids. e.cide spray's to control foliage
feeding insects on vegetables.
Leaf miners seem to be The insects which live in the
most common on tomato and soil are a different .matter
cucumber plants. They're cal- because it's hard to reach
led leaf miners because they them'with sprays. Cutworms
burrow in between the trans- and mole crickets are prob-
parent membranes on the top ably the most common pi'6b-
and bottom surfaces of the lems. Cutworms simply' cut
leaves they feed on. They eat youg vegetables in the root
the living plant tissue, leaving zone, feeding on the roots or
the membranes, which then causing disturbance through
look like tiny window panes, their :movement. Insects in
The army worms you'll find this category are best control-
in your garden are the same led. with insecticide baits.
as the army worms you're Again, see a reputable garden
ceriter operator and he should
be' able' to .recommend the
proper material, or call your
First Counity Agent.
SOne thing I don't want to do
holiness Church is' to encourage you to use
pesticides if you really don't
need''to. While a preventive
E PORTST JOE spray program might be es-
sential in a large scale com-
orship with Them mercial operation where an
3arr. Pastor insect outbreak would be very
difficult to control once it got
/ICES started, you can usually deal
9:45 A M. with insects in the backyard
11:00 A.M. 'garden by spraying on an "as
7-00 P.M. needed" basis. Keep an eye on
700P.M. the garderi when you see
insects or start to notice
damage, then use the proper
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