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FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 39
Industry -Deep Water Port- Fine People Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY. MAY 27, 1982
Two New Voting Districts Carved Out
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-'-'T -' Gulf County will have two new voting
precincts added to its existing 11 precincts
1" -^ when the primaries roll around this fall, after
action taken by the Commission Tuesday
SMeeting two hours earlier than usual in'
order to allow the Wewahitchka commission-
ers to return home for their graduation
exercises Tuesday night,, the Commission
S convened at 5:00 in the afternoon and took
care of two important matters of business.
Creating the two .new voting precincts
was one of those matters of business.
S Last year, the Commission had enter-
tained the'idea of. creatig a;new precinct at
Howai l Creek-at the iequest of'the iresidehts
there. Howard Creek voters have been going
Sto the Honeyville precinct to chast-tliir votes.
- .- 'v 'About' six weeks 'ago, the" Coimission
4:.- called on'Supervisor of Elections, Cora. Sue,
Robinson, to give them some input toward
;.-.r; organizing the Howard Creek precinct, only
, to receive a suggestion from Robinson that a
second' new' precinct be created at Indian
P iss; "That area is growing, especially onthe
j, peninsula, and they now. have'to core' all the
W' way to Port St.'Joe to'vote." ,'
"Tuesday night, Robinson presented the
LINE Commission with- maps; outlining the boun-
daries of the' two 'new precincts, estimating
their voting population as between 80 and 100
in each of the new voting districts.
The Cojmissioners asked about chang-
ing the boundaries just a little in each new
precinct but Robinson reminded the Com-
missionersi that voting precinct lines cannot
cross County Commission district lines. "This
is what is causing us troubles in re-arranging
precincts. nine and ten", Robinson told the
Commissioner" Robinson wants to make some
changes in the boundaries i'r precincts eight,
nine and ten; possibly making two out of the
Robinsi 's new precincts took the
SHoward Cr k precinct oult-Ofthfe Honeyville-.
" D-lkeith-precinct did i'ubfied' 'it'Precinct
3-A. It stretches from,;Highway, '71, to the
' Eastern county 'line and from 'one section line
north of County Highway 387 to three sections
south.of the road.
The rndian Pass.precinct, number 11-A,
-takes in' a_'of St. Joseph Peninsula to the
eastern _-co4nty line. 'Ndoth and .-outh, the
'district stirtches from a section line north of
McNeill' tU the Gulf of Mexico.
. The. Commission voted to purchase six
used voting hmachiies offered in a bankrupt
sale for $10si each to furnish machines for the
new precirircs and to serve as spare machines
for elecfiod'i -
There' Be No Nude Dnin Here In GuI:
Tues ay evening by theCounty Co issioi have on othermatters in the future.' .- Rev 'Haller stre a need ru a moral September primary.
Swold prohibit any nude exibitions-or exposure A third visitor, Mrs: Byrne, said nothing. atmroshere and a ih6 ome fmily 'life and felt '"I Just want to see how the people feel about
fe bttock ,.-geitals, sexual .organs ('or "I am not in favor of nude performances in. thi- e of .nude rm~ i-t ather this", Birmingham said. He pointed out.that he
'ffie rnttin touching or Gulf County', Byrne. "As a matter df fact, I' t-han l^thisTela Si iiha had received several calls on the ordinance. nd
f. osameb"osth'eri tion 'oposethe oos m:.oam afiaid this ordinance'could is, on',a',lleri ted?'' *' .he would like to see what the people 'would do
T rdi 4 e WMl.lso ,pO bt d tisements open-te wayor.ther ordinanWces'hich. d u.ld .... with it in a straw ballot.
of sucherbr ances ts e use-.of ap-y to church attendance- smoking, cussing ,- The r minister te u .out 'eve .! Attorney Rishpointed out that a straw ballot
bll of' y &I b call 8 fien l^4ir acti'itieswich I doftit do either.,-4t ivilis ^ hadha laws and 4adnoinding.effeet,-"I merely feels the pulse-
conndqtot.; ., '. \-^ .- thosewho.doshould have theirfrghtspyrotcted". gatiaos (oinler gt..a ttvits. of those voting", Rishadvised the Commission.
.The e rdifi -drawn.on somewhat Ct the Copmissio6n- Chaiirnian,'-Jitnmy' Gortihan PT' T ALEQ" : He pointed out,that.theCommission would' riot be
I samemar ine'asth ay'.oufyordia with bti e thiat'Com ssionsi' the futui cold .' he argume oerhe pi ed ordinance bound in anyway by the ballot.
- which 'that .co.inty--is still strugging,- was ha vethe,right to change'or, reject the ordinance *didn't"last-longer.thar just ai "rvminuts arid Chairman Gortman, in calling for the vote on
seu' i is prescribed publc:,hearging as they.' felt'the need dictated. 1 y ere iot very heated eve .inhi short t"hile. the adoption of the ordinance stipulated that it
ed ;bto siowedup to seakrithie Attorney William J. Rish, who prepared the -The Commissin .had arm'ost'.as many w6r~ds would go into effect immediately and remain inm
Snewrorfinbnce. One; Rev Hal e caller, pastor of ordinance for the County, noted that.theessence 'when Commissioner Doug- Bir-mighani stated- effect until and if the Commission should revoke
thi Faih BibleChurch, spoke in favidr of the pact of', tfidocument had' been testedand upheld in he wanted to amend Janies Taikbrley's motion or change it in the future, "regardless of what a
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Clenney, Stutzman, Mahlko Win ig
straw ballot may show".
Commissioner Billy Branch was not present
at the meeting Tuesday, but he had previously
expressed a support for the ordinance, but, like
Birmingham, sort of wanted to see just what the
people 'would say should they have the
In the month Which has passed' since the
was no great ground swell of opposition or
approval, since the Commissioners, still, seemed
to be unsure of just what the people wanted.
As it stands, now, nude performances are
illegal in Gulf County outside the limits of the two
incorporated municipalities. If they wish to
make the practice illegal in their confines, they,
too, must adopt-such an ordinance.
A bug and a pat on the back said it all as parents
congratulated their children and- friends at graduation,
Seniors Prsted A
JanClenney andTim Stutz- Stutzmian, received three of received the Billy Tapper
'; an walked off with, theli6n's the six Kiwanis Club awards. scholarship. awards. Gulf 1
share of the acadermic.awards He was selected as .the "Out- Coast': Community College
at graduation exercises, Mon- standing Boyj'. and -received presented scholarships to Vic-
davy, night," each. of 'em awards,, for excellence in iora' B-rnhill ,and n Teresa
capturing three'of the awards. mathematics, aindscience.. Ford; ss Ford also received
While Clenney .and '-Stutz- Mahlkov received a full the' Kiwanis Club award for
mad took the numbers in the tuition paid scholarship from excellence in english .
awards, Marc Mahlkov, who Georgia Tech, renewable each The Lions Club presented
transferred, to Port 'St. Joe year for four years. The value their $500 scholarship presen-
High School this year, took the of the scholarship was $2,900. station to high honor graduate
weight. Mahlkov received, the scho- Lori 'McClain. Another high
larship for placing.first id the honor graduate, Jennifer Tot-
Clenney was presented with nation in the' National Merit nian, 'received a $500 scholar-
a $500.00 scholarship award, Scholarship examination. ship award from, the Jaycees
given each year by Gebrge G. h th Jae
Tapper to the student'with the Other high honor and honor for having won the Junior
highest .academic average. graduates received the re- Miss contest late last year.
She was also selected" to. nainder of the several GaysheStphes t Junioa $50.00
receive awards fromthe Ki- awards. bonds her prize as Junior
wariis Club as the "Outstand- Ann Ward and Kip Altstaet- Miss runner-up.
ing Girl" and from'the same ter received $100 scholarship SPEAKERS
club for excellence in social awards from the Rotary Club. Representing the field of 13
studies. -' Iris Garland and Ann Ward high honor graduates, Janine
being made by Superintendent of Schools Walter Wilder.
Pierce, Patty Raiford and
Gaynell Stephens developed
the theme, "No Man Is An
'The three young ladies
'collaborated on the theme that
mankind must depend on God,
family and friends for a
well-rounded life. They said
ihan must also be a part of this
input and receive the world's
blessings by' adding to the
input of mankind toward the
. The speakers pointed out
that all human beings have
great importance in the sight
of God, family and friends.
"Even so", Miss Stephens
said, "Man still cannot stand
" Class president, Dan Mc-
Dermott observed that the
class of'1982 had an "amazing
amount of untapped potential.
If they don't come up to that
potential, don't blame the
school system or the teachers.
In his remarks to the
graduates, Superintendent of
Schools, Walter Wilder said,
"You are entering a
society that has virtually
eliminated hunger and the
need to fear for life's necessi-
ties. You stand on the thres-
hold of assuming your place in
the most sophisticated and
advanced society ever to
inhabit this earth."
The Superintendent charged
the seniors, by saying, "Your
primary obligation to the next
generation should be to go
back and add a fiber to society
that for the most part has been
scuttled over the past 20 years
Making the awards presen-
tations were: Bo Boyette for
the Rotary Club; Walter Wil-
der, the Billy Tapper awards;
Dr.' Robert King, Gulf Coast
Community College awards;
Gene Raffield, the George
Tapper and Kiwanis Club
awards; Tommy Pitts, Lions
Club awards; Walter Wilder,
Jaycee scholarship presenta-
tion and Principal Edwin
Williams, the National Merit
Diplomas were presented to
the graduating seniors by
Superintendent Walter Wilder
assisted by Principal Edwin
Williams and assistant princi-
pal, Jacque Price.
The Gulf County Adult
School Graduation Exercises
will be Thursday evening,
May 27th at 8:00 P.M. in the
Port St. Joe High SchoQl
Gymnasium. Diplomas will be
presented by Mr. B. Walter
Wilder, Superintendent of Gulf
County Schools. The speaker
of the evening will be Mr.
James L. Fling of the Florida
Department of Education. Mr.
Fling is a former President of
the National Association of
Public Continuing Adult Edu-
Everyone is cordially in-
vited to attend.
JAMES T. McNEILL
James McNeill New
Fla. Bank Director
James T. McNeill, operator of Indian Pass Seafood
Company, was elected to the board of directors of Florida
National Bank here in Port St. Joe at the board's meeting last
McNeil took his seat on the board immediately after his
unanimous election by the present board.
McNeill is a.native of the Port St. Joe area, having been
born at Indian Pass. He was educated in the public schools at
Apalachicola and Indian pass and graduated from Port St.
Joe High Schqol in 1941. He is also a graduate of Georgia
Military College and attended the University of Tennessee,
Georgia Tech and the University of Florida, earning a
bachelor of science in business administration.
McNeill served with the U.S. Army Air Corps in World
War II, serving in the Eurpoean theater with the Eighth Air
Force, piloting a B-17 "Flying Fortress".
The new bank director was married to the former Betty
Jo Lane in 1947. They have two children, Linda McNeill and
James T. McNeill, III.
McNeill is presently involved in the wholesale seafood,
timber and land development business. He is president of
Indian Pass Seafood Company, Inc., St. Vincent's Shrimp
Company, Inc., Coastal Crab Co., Inc., and Secretary of
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7 Major ty Wants
Our Nation Strong
The people of the United States move on the part of any nuclear
-:, aren't so stupid. In fact, according to power to trigger a world war. They
-the results of a recent poll, the felt that should any nuclear device
'. average man on the street seems to be used in anger, that was tanta-
h have more savvy about the future of mount to having the chip knocked off
This nation than some- of those your' so ilder. Using a nuclear
S o-called Congressmen, who are bomb, they felt, was too serious a
privy to some pretty heavy classi- step' to i be corrected by "an "I'm
ii. -fied information." Even with this sorry", or "I didn't mean t do it."
----, privileged insight, the average man Thirdly, the pol' 'showed that
% on the street seems to have a better Americans felt their couritRyshould
grasp of the situation' than some of not fag .ehind th'-Soviet"'Union in
them do. arms pOducition- -'."
Take the recent poll, for in- They felt dich a situation would
stance. The questions asked -were risk the increased chance of war
pertaining to the advisability of a with Russia, :o more correctly,
nuclear production freeze and the IRFtsia's going to wairagaihist the
consequences of using nuclear wea- United States
1 pons. Some 'of our knowledgeable Con-
S More than four"-fifths of those gressm'en thir kthi .i~in Ran be
questioned felt the' nuclear freeze ti-te.ithd d9 TP t ae y' ,os ~
%Would be a good'thing if both'5e ..be i 6i s os
SUnited States and Russia participat- dbit- th e ,Ru iai ."
ed. Less than a smatierinrg of' those n ft h ...-- ...
questioned thought thetUnitted Sta -As for disarnig. their nuclear
should be so stupid as to agee totti weapons, a i Ml Joe Citizen
freeze without the consenting doop- feels the United States should' not
,E-eration, of the idssiis'-: eVen. think ,abou1a 'it unless the
Some of our C ,figressmen- and Russians will joi*in, the exercise',
bleeding hearts w'ld'ihave us Ohly 14 percent our ciCizens
decl -re a nuclear freze whether bor felthe Umtited tes should diarm,
Snot hussia, our swobr.enemy-y do. .s 'io. -" '' ,, ,
Three out of-four' Aiferi6~ins .With public opinion such as
felt that any use ati'a of ia'flear that, su p ethis~oung nati s
weapon was a~ifficientlyserious, sti le of esmy all.
p,,j -l e re o o r '. h
S We see where Gadsden County ng permits for the Cbrps to perform,
Skied the latest attempt ny the U.S %6orrki tiat allf.u_'uo fit'jpiniotng
Corps of Engineers to make water the river mfiust'agree to'thi planned
Sshipping'Up the" Apalachicola easier .work tobeldone,-or a~rmWit ill not
by theirr lne vote ',- u .- fe teiissued" ',.' :,. e "
enadiden_'svote effectively stop- Just one couty.can vote "no"
t ,a We're ,idt paicul ust one mount eting the
Stli l ld ar r emdoal emouv i eralof oWe're
$e2,0g h' debating ti, furi-r of the river
., .t- ..s,-_lv e, .-, ," .-.-. .. r' u sa.th a rd ly se e m s f, to
S* wet'e thrett tor'tier ld e"s de'tiig the
Expenses -in Washint~n whiMe county or counties I V iit, sil
A little Old 'break of sore oa ue'd here We' r
$20,000 only'ves our'Con- 'rit v s "ture information that
O gressmen are sma tht e riough to Gadsden county eilocked 'the rock
e Congressmen. They figured removal because the sports fisher
how ngress c ontVi ues to catch usad -n wantedfr it thae Iwert w' feel
filiget with thes'othero and' guess t'ick thu nihk tha oth: r counties
S which one i get ti the fullest t ere s should have some input initeo anthe
e arm Weather 'Is Bringing
exeNOW THAT WARM weather is with nature late in the evnings, once carrying
awjinterngo' Ito Even ,,,Ji Ita.ascto
*here, the streets, the sidewalks and the again. used for
running track here town hae started Last week, or instance: I went to sm'T
g filling up again with t the w bito trck Thursdy night abou9:30 and jumped.
Sth I never really quit during thec
winter months. Even though it was coid
*"son some of those winter nights, I g '' .
n u ld e 1dstruck out on t emy wayof "
around the block, up the street or to theo o .
'/good leg and that put t he walking bit on rs'e ,cn '|i.ce' t
Sythe back burner for a' bif.
SLike most habits, the walking habit
weasy to get into'and nIt is B rneasto'getng
"'*tof. While I wAs o en the sidelin d es oi. carrings
K. r' "-*
4 :because my broken toe kept me'there, I
Sreveled in the evenings of relaxation, Wendell Campbell tooling up like he gate over
-' reading, watching TV or catthiihg a wars jast dancing at the bit, eager to get ruinhiig
:snooze. While that type exercise did at"ha l running; He' pouncedout of his ceeded' t
:nothing at all for my waistline, it did car- nd remarked, "You're late. I was jumi
.- w wonderss for that part of 'me which thought I was going to have to command who has
sports a lazy streak a yard wide. get-you". Reruember, Wendell had just eager as
rU T +-+ driven up too'. ':. and there he' was, activity.
BUT NOW, IT'S back to the old calling me late.- As I
,-).. routine. I have taken to'the street and '6endell runs. Then he walks with time goes
S the track (there are no sidewalks in my whoever 'is there and talks while they to get war
S neighborhood) and I'm communing wdll: Then he runs some more, running,
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PAGEWTWO THURSDAY, MAY'27, '1982'
Losing Building Trades TERSTOTHEE TOR
,l '. i' *f ? -. *. h 6 .
Recently the building trades program has meant to many in Port St. Joe High. only techauiclor national ing dim Will these- young
program was dropped from young men. There are many Sir, as you know, there are skills which they can use to people become wards of the
the curriculum of Poit St. Joe young men in the area, nd many young men and women arn living: state' or wil we help the
High School. some'i other states, who are who graduate- from high The Bible states that, learn how io'earn aliving'for
When I heard this program now raking a living and school with very limited h'- "Where the iss no"vision the themselves add their faiilles
had been discontinued, I felt supporting families with the berial -and' classical know- people perishh" Where is our ly Oiroviding this irog~ai fer
sad because 1 know what this trade they began 'developing ledge. Many graduate with vision?!! Is our vision grow- (Contiued'on Page 3)
Fun, Life and the
y Shad Phantry ,
" n* i.* -. ; *. .
Golly! I was')ust sitting here
at my .desk'tiying tol-hinkf,
something tdorite abo*twhen
it suddenly occurred to-.i'e
that I haven't 'told baiaond"bf
tle jim-dandy fun-ti'e I have
reading the Panama City
News-Herald. Gee' whiz, whAt
a. .newspaper! 'If ll 'i'y
dreams come true, the News-,
Herald and you, Ms. 'Helen
Cabbage Head, will, have a
ginger peachy year.
The News-Herald is always
first with the mostimpoirtnt
iniiovatibns"in hews reidrtirig'
like using 'the latest cuss
words. This make for goodd
reading material for the
children. I think they have a
direct line to the Supreme
, Anyway, did you read Helen
Cabbagehead's report in the
Saturday, May 22, 1982, News-
Herald? If you missed it, you
must find a copy and read it.
Holy'riarshmillows, was she
raiid..The' article was called
'"It's Time to Raise H--
arid raise H-- 'she did.
That woman is as strong as
The first person she attack-
ed was the 'sheriff of Bay
Coumity; Lavell Pitts. I didn't
realize he was such a scoun-
drel.. Helen told him in no
uncertain terms that he was to
. keep his 'nose but. of the
legislatdve process.,Shame on
you; Sh-eriff- f.'P-ir9ig fo'put
those topless dancers and pro-
stitutes 'out of*buisiness.
.- Helen .then .proceeded to
direct her by-line fae toward
the" Unted: States A 6r1ore,
owiefi of convenienfie stores,
S(they are apparently tryi g to
promote' robberies` by' hiding
the' "iterior '. if 'their stores
from th e police), the Florida
Dejartihent-'of Health cand
Rehiabilitative Servicis, th
Franklin County -School
Board, the Dead LakeisWater
Management Board, and
Wesley Ramsey, editor of The
Star, in Port St. Joe. Wesley,
you must have been nasty to
Helen, telling her to mind her
own business. Holy Toledo, did
she tell you a thing or too. '
To make sure no one was
left out, one part started,.' The
people of- the United"'State".,
There was a messageg' for
everyone, and did she give if. I
felt so bad after I read it, that I
didn't sleep well My appetite
has 'gone, -aid I n -sit 'aid
wi6rry" abiut' the''top-iss'-
dancers that are out of work,'
and what Iavell Pitts is up to.
But Holy Headlines, maybee
tomorrow" will be bettet:"for
Helen, and she won'tt raise
anymore h---. -';
'Well, shucks, I guess I'll
close for now I feel so much
better now than whdn I
started. I hope I didn't offend
anyone with some of my
strong language. I guess I get
too emotional at times. Maybe
tomorrow will be happy
headlines from Helen.
(HIS' name's "Henry",
the Athletic Types Outdoors In the Evenings
; a big thirsty towel which he
a sweat wipe.
rsday night, as I said, Wendell
out of his car all frisky arid
and trotted from the entrance
I was getting him back for that
Wendell said, "Yeah, it seems like
every night, it takes longer and longer
to get loosened up."
,. .. ,, .. ., :
r to the starting apron on the
track. There, Wendell pro-
o dance up and down like he
ping'rope-much like a fighter
just entered the riuig and"ids a
s a racehorse to begin', the
walked by I remarked, "As
s by, it takes longer and longer
rmed up so you can get started
doesn't it Wendell?." ,.
This particular night, I went nearly
a half mile walking before Wendell ever
got "warmed up". I don't know if
Wendell is so 'old and creaky, he
couldn't get loosened up or 'in such
superb physical shape it takes him a
long time'to work up a sweat.
LOU ASNER has worked up a
sweat. He has started foaming around
the collar because his series, "Lou
Grant" has been cancelled on televi-
sion. Asner, like so many others who
offer an opinion on a controversial
subject was surprised to find there was
a large number of people wh6 didn't
agree with him.
Again, like so many, Asner also felt
his demise from the airways was a
direct result of some mysterious power
of "they" who conspired to have him
thrown off the air because of his' views.
Likely, Asner is correct: "they"
are the people who watched his show,
and had their indignation piqued at
having Asner express approval of a
group which belongs to a political
persuasion which is a sworn enemy of
our country. This causes hard feelings
among those who think our country is a
If Ed Asner is going to go around
expressing strong opinions about strong
subjects, he had just as well get
accustomed to having his opinion
questioned and disagreed with, strong-
Asner can blame nobody except
himself for the dumping of his show.
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
When he took his stand, he made a lot of
people unhappy. They stopped watch
ing his show as an expression 'of
defiance. 'This caused the' show's
rating 'to fall and when television
ratings fall, that's like going out in the
snow to play, naked, with the pneu-
monia. You're likely to catch a
terminal case of the sniffles. '
Asner was miffed at CBS for not
backing him up in his cause, and
keeping the show on the air, despite
viewer pressures on his sponsors,
objecting to Asner. Had CBS backed
Asner, they would have been damaging
their own objectivity which is so
necessary if they are going to put
together any sort of a news format and
have it accepted as a true account of
what actually happened. Even had CBS
agreed with Asner's utterances, they
couldn't afford to publicly back hiM.
Goodbye, Ed, I hope you have
plenty of time to think over your
position while you are looking for
another job. With your attitude, I
expect the next job will be a long time in
mean water line.
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1559 1.6 206 -.3
1641 1.3 245 -.1
1713 1.1 314 .1
1257 .9 304 .3
1051 1.0 206 .5
1025 1.1 1958 .2
1030 1.3 2030 .1
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Funeral Rites Saturday
for John Henry Smith, 90
John Henry Smith, 90, of 227 great g
Seventh Street, Port St. Joe, Fune
passed away Friday, May 21, Saturd,
in Panama City. He was a United
native of Alabama, and was a ducted
retired farmer. He was a McCur
veteran of World War I, and mie Spi
was a member of the Ameri- ed in tl
can Legion. He was a member Hill Ce
of the First Uriited Methodist Aske
Church of Port St. Joe. pallbea
Survivors include his wife, John
Mrs. Ethel Smith of Port St. Smiley
Joe; two sons, Edgar of Port ton anc
St. Joe and Jesse of Samson, orary
Ala.; ff. r daughters, Mrs. Rich V
Thelma .Sciadini of Vienna, Harpvr
Va., Mrs. Sybil Jaggears and All se
Mrs. Sandra Childs, both of direction
Tallahassee and Mrs. Barbra Funera
(Polly) Bowser of Ruby Val-
ley, Nevada; one half sister,
Winnie Stevens of Pensacola,
14 grandchildren and eight
Dies May 20 -
Colonel Charles J. Weber,
Jr., 54, passed away suddenly
Thursday at his home in
Beacon Hill.. He served in
Korea and .was. retired, from
the U.S. Army after serving 28
years. He was a member of
the St. James Episcopal
Church of Port St. Joe.
Survivors include his mo-
ther, Eveline Weber of Beacon
Hill; his wife, Marsha Weber
of Beacon Hill; a son, Charles.
Weber, III of -Los Angeles,,
California and four daughters, )]
Elizabeth Meyer of Cincin- ]
nati, Ohio, Catherine, Chris- ,
tina, and Laura Weber, all of' l
Beacon Hill. j J
Funeral services were held
Saturday at 11:00 a.m., from P
the St. James Episcopal history
Church of Port St. Joe, instru
conducted by the Rev. Sidney prize
Ellis. Interment followed at were.
the family plot in Holly Hill second
All services were under the stand
direction of Comforter Funer- share
al Home, of Port St. Joe. Fostel
ral services were held
ay, May 22, in the First
Methodist Church, con-
by the Rev. Joi-nie
dy and the Rev. J
likes. Interment folli.
ie family plot of Holl
d to serve aB active
rers were, Bill Rich,
Rich, James Yates,
Anchors, James Hor-
d Claude Weston. Hon-
)allbearers were E. J.
Veldon Roche and Bill
services were under the
oh of the Comforter
Four 4-H'ers Win District
District II -H -. nts were held in Tallahassee on Satur-
DISTRICT WINNERS: From left: Anthony Bostick.'
Bowers, Debbie Bryant and Rodney Hamm.
day, May 15, at Florida High
School. Counties represented
in District 1 were: Calhoun,.
Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf,
Jackson, Leon, Liberty, and
Gulf County's Senior Divi-
sion first place winners were:
THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY t7, 1982
Anthony Bostick, Electric
Energy; Lisa Bowers, Share-
The-Fun; Rodney Hamm,
Petroleum Power and Small
Engines; and Debbie Bryant,
Fashion Revue. Junior Divi-
sion winners were: Pamela
Williams and Sonja Williams,
second place in Health.
Other participants from
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Indian Pass Development Company. Inc.
In community affairs McNeill has been active in the
Apalachicola Bay Oyster Dealers Association, Oyster
,Institute of North America, former sec.-treas., of the Florida
State Turnpike Authority, Past Council member Gulf Sands
District, Boy Scouts of America, past member Board of
Trustees First United Methodist Church, past president Port
St. Joe Rotary Club, member of board of directors of the Port
St. Joe-Gulf County Chamber of Commerce and an early
director and president of the Gulf County Guidance Clinic.
Gulf County were: Sherry
Scott, Public Speaking in the
Senior Division. Junior Divi-
sion participants were: Trisha
Phillips, Safety; Mary Peace,
Bread; Pearl Fisher, Public
Speaking; and Sharner Bos-
Natural & LP Gas,
Electric and Oil
* Air Conditioning
Central and Window
tick, Fashion Revue.
All Senior Division winners
are eligible to compete in
State Events at Florida 4-H
Congress, July 26-30, at the
University of Florida in
* Major Appliances
All Makes and Models
* Refrigerators &
* Electrical- Plumbing.
- DANIELS SERVICE COMPANY
SPhone 229-.8416 Port St. joe '
rizps Awarded 'o
La. History Win n rs
rizes were awarded recently to winners of Florida
ry projects, under. the direction of Judy Herring,
ictor at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School. Winning first
with a replica of the Constitution Convention Museum
Angel Barbee and Stacey O'Shall. Jim Norton captured
d place with a replica of the Garden Center, the former
lic Church, win, h is the oldest church building still
ing in Port St. .**. Shelly-Lewis and Tracey Jenkins
ld third place will their joint effort. of the Stephen
r Memnorial. Keith Wilson took fourth with his replica of
ster boat, representing the vital role the oyster industry
played in Florida's history.
1 oci vices niRa
. frRR. Martin Mother of Doris Mother of Local
I Rupert Ray Martin, 61, of Dodson Dies Resident Dies
Wewahitchka. passed away
Wedifs,& ''MapaI 9,'in a Mrs. Votie Mullins Mixon Mrs.. Nedith Mae Eldrige,
Panama City hospital. He wa%.,y, se.y,'ag.e. 7 'of, ..Chipl'ey, passed-
'a member of the First United nursing'ome in Thomasville, away Friday, May 14 in the
Methodist Church of, Wewa- Ga... Mrs. Mixon was the Washington County Hospital.
hitchka and lived in that city mother of Mrs. Doris Dodson, Funeral services were held
since 1948. He was an em- a former resident of Port St. Monday, May 17 at 2:00 p.m.
ployee of the St. Joe Paper Joe, and the.grandmother of in the Sapp Community
Company for the 'past 28 Bill Dodson, who resides here. Church with Rev. Elmo Rudd
Years. Mrs. Mixon was 101 years and Rev. Rudolpn Sims offi-
Survivors include: one son, old. She had visited with the ciating. Inferment followed in
Ronny of Wewahitchka; a Dodsons, and made several the Sapp Cemetery with
daughter, Marilyn Quall of friends here. Brown Funeral Home direct-
NeCastle, Del., a brother, A. Cottondale and had resided in Surivors include: her hus-
L. Martin of GranLuzelle Hicksge, twof Port St. Joe for many years. band, H. D. Eldrige of Chip-
sisters, Luzelle Hicks of She was a member of the New ley; four sons, Hosea Fldrige
Sneads and Ibra Simmons of Bethel AME church of Port St. of Chipley, Milton Eldrie of
Chipley and one granddaugh- Joe. Cottondale, Hilton Eldric e of
ter, Sara Quail of New Castle, Survivors include: two New York, and Joe D.'.',id
FDe ral services were hel daughters, Mrs. LuVieter Eldrige of Chipley; i ,o
SFuneral sercest we First Mills of Panama City and Mrs. daughters, Eunice Haddock f
United Methodist Church of Josephine Frazier of Port St. Port St. Joe, and Euni,
Wewahitchka, conducted by Joe; one son, William Fil- Skipper of Memphis, Tenn.,
Wewatc. ika, conaucle more and a grandson, Frank, one brolhe- AJvie D. Johnson
the Rev. Richard Holmes. both of Port St. Joe; two of Dothan. ,hree sisters, Bes-
famly plontrment of Jehu Cemetery. sisters, Mrs. Odell Keith of sie Peacoci. of Mobile, Floy
All services were undmeter the Port St.-Joe, and Gladys Lee Coker of Jay, Gladys
d iretion of the Comfrter Bynnom of Tampa; a brother, Melles of N.,ma; 14 grand-
Funeral Home, Wewahitchka Shederick of Tampa, 20 grand- children, and eight great
Branch Chapel. children, 20 great grandchild- grandchildren.
Branch Chapel. tirpn .qnf] q hm UL E
Mrs. Beatrice Godwin Fil-
more of Avenue C, Port St.
Joe, died Saturday in Bay
Memorial Medical Center.
1 Mrs. Filmrore was a native of
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them? Many cannot afford to
pay for vocational training.
Should they be thrust out into
society and have to look for a
"hand-out" or commit a crime
to get their needs met? Should
we cover our eyes, our ears,
and our mouths, as the three
wise monkeys, or should we be
wise in another way and see,
hear and speak to those in a
position to change this deci-
The scriptures also tell us
that, "In the sweat of thy face
shalt thou eat bread..." Men
stand tall and proud when they
work and sweat and see the:
labor of their hands and feel
They are not a burden to
What will happen to Ameri-
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or die out, and we are left with
only a few skilled workers?
.Thank God for doctors, law-.
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,i etc., but We miust also have
' skilled workers.
A Concerned Mother,
Voter and Taxpayer
eUl ni anU a IIosL i U o IIer
Funeral services were held
Thursday, May 20, at 2:00
p.m., at the New Bethel AME
church of Port St. Joe, con-
ducted by the Rev. James
Williams. Interment followed
at the family plot of Forest
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funer-
al Home of Port St. Joe.
Monday, May 31
Tuesday, June 1
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146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1982
Sherron Atkins Becomes
Mrs. Robert Lee Miller
Sherron Jean Atkins and bride's parents at the fellow- held April 23 at the home of
Robert Lee Miller were united ship hall. Assisting at the Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Atkins of
: in marriage in a candlelight, reception were Mrs. Brenda Wewahitchka.
double-ring ceremony at 7:00 Richards, Miss Cindy Had- The couple was also honored
i'.. p.m. CST, on April 24, at the dacks, Mrs. Barbara Atkins, with the following showers:i
First United Methodist and Mrs. Beverly Atkins. April 2, miscellaneous cal-
Church of Wewahitchka. Mrs. Sara Jo Wooten di- ling shower hosted by O-er- .
Reverend John Howes, of reacted the wedding; Mrs. street Bible Church; "
Panama City, performed the Millie Lyles and Mrs. Irma April 13, a miscellaneous .
"- ceremony. Hensely directed the recep- calling shower at the home of
: The bride is the daughter of tion. Mrs. Violet Graddy in Wewa-
Mr. and Mrs. Homer David After a two week wedding hitchka, hosted by Mrs. Violet
Atkins of Overstreet. She is trip to the Smokey Mountains Graddy, Mrs. Annie Gaskin, '': :
the granddaughter of Mr. and .the World's Fair in Mrs, Jan Traylor, Miss Carol-
Weston Carter of Chipley. Knoxville, Tennessee, the yn McGill, Mrs. Pam Sumner,
'.The bridegroom is the son of couple now resides in Wewa- Mrs. Beverly Linton, and Mrs..
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee hitchka where the bridegroom Sara Jo Wooten; . .
', Miller of Murfreesboro, Tenn. is employed with the Florida April 17, a covered dish
He is the-grandson of Mr. and Game and Fresh Water Fish dinner in the home of Mr. and
*Mrs. John Posey and Mrs. Commission, and the bride is Mrs. Powell Adams of Pana-
S ', Maynard Miller, all of Mur- employed with the Wewa- ma City; 4.
S :.freesboro. hitchka State Bank. April 21, a steak dinner and
S Wonda Atkins, sister of the + ++ ++ lingerie shower hosted by the Mr. and Mrs. Morley
.:'bride, served 'as maid of A rehearsal cook-out was Wewahitchka State Bank.
honor. The bridesmaids were "
.. Miss Fay Marshall of Over-K rin er
;.street; Miss Karen Kimmell, Mische Gale Kriner
-.f Mexico Beach; and Mrs.
XConnie. Redmon White of
Tallahasse,.'Miss Kathy Tre-.
-l;nain of0vOerstreet,.served as We ds Ro bo er' Mor ley
SHe nry Lee Miller, father of Mischel Gae- Kriner and circled witb org andza a ce'
the bridegroom served as best BRobert Ray Morley were ruffles. The bride's full length
-inan. Usher-groomsmen were united in marriage at Thomas-' veil of bridal illusion was held
'E. ruce Atkins, the "bride's .ville "Road Baptist Church, by a' caplet of. Chantilly lace
-'1.':bi'rother from Wewahitchka; Tallahassee, on May 8. Rev. and pearls complete with a
f Tim Mongoven from Panama .t Kenneth Holland performed full circle blusher yeil..
j l i.vty; anq.Don Dowkling'from the candlelight, .double rink`; Sh'e' d.aried'a4' cascade of
L rnn Haven. Master Jason cereImonyf. white cymbidium orchids, ba-
-.Atkins, nephew of the bride, The bride is the daughter of by's breath and stephanotis
g'.'rom Wewahitchka, served as Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. with white lace ribbon on her
....g bearer. Kriner of Tallahassee, and the mother's 'white Bible, which'
Nuptial music was provided granddaughter of Mr. and 'she carried at her wedding 32
by Miss Carolyn McGill, Mr. Mrs. Harm W. Rosenboom, years ago.
bFletcher Patterson and Mrs. also of Tallahlssee. Mrs. Melanie K. Curtius,
'bbie Forter. The groom is the son of Mrs." 'sister of -.the bride from
Following the ceremony a Lester R. Morley, and the late Jteston, Va. was matron of
eeeption was given by the" Lester R. Morley,. Panama honor.
". City. !, ; Betman was Mrk C.. Price
!, [' 0- 0 Nuptial musicc was per- d..df Panama' City, friend of the
formed iby Lindo- Meyer, or- ''grobm. Uslier-groomsmen
..- ,ganiiist ', were Jim Morley, l~iothdr,of
.H e Th The bride;- given iii marri. the groom; Todd' Kriner,
L age by her parentss, and~ .brother of the bride; Dr.
Birthday /s A escorted to the altar, by her -JamesKemp II, cousiri of-the
."" "father, .chose a" traditional groom; lid Steve Bennage,
SSpecia One .-. white formal length gown of friend of the groom.
i, Chantilly lace ahd silk or- Following the ceremony, a
For You! Mrs. Robert Lee Miller ganza with an prripire waist,,I reception Was hosted by the
S t;. .The lace bodice was eiihanced', bride's, parents in the, church
SWo m by a Qdeen ..Ann necklineY'1 Fellowship Hall.
W&" Love ou, I fMethodist / mission outlined with pearlsand, lacei:'. After 'a wedding trip' to
,Toma, and.DDe bie-% ... fitted sleeves that-ended in'a Orlando and Tampa, the
Sorganza ruffle:-The silk organ- 'couple' will reside in Talla-
...G roup ic's .z A"a' ,Li l 'It n .f l' za skirt had an alron effet hassee..: .. ',
l, outlined in organs .nifflaese .Mr., -Moi'ley is a former
'.Mrs: W. T. Mosely, Jr. as form a-bustle back, Utd'kirt employee at St., Joseph State
hostess to Mission Group" H'on and chapel length trhn Was Park.
.'* '"' ,Monday. Mrs, Frieda. Spikes.- .. .
"-i- il I >10 i vS .d Mrs. Ava So*ellwere Ila f T 9 2 P fa
K'ds. Grades 3-6 (Promoting) $an Ms Aan oeCas197aPan
''II.4. 3-6 visitors. Fifteen members at- s s o 1' 7n
./ *"}. .' : "i i "' _^ tended '
S M., Edith Stone gave the Reunion f'r Saturday
^ t', I "B cl. j .devotional on "Let your Re- -nio." ." -. d.a'-y
.l I .qests, be Known, to God" The 10-year class reunionn to St. Joe Beach at 10:00 a.m.
I ake Y our reading appropriate scrip- for the graduation class of 197 Participants are asked to
i ture. will be held May 29. 4, bring their own beverages and
I i S uin m Members were reminded of P, Plans are for thp class snacks.
S, `Su- mthe. Wesley Manor Bazaar to members and farmlies'to meet If the weather does not allow
i n bei held in November 'and' at the second paved qut-off oh for the beach party, everyone
S I nl the M ARK I CIL R asked toibe working on items Highway 98 just befoid you get is to meet'at the Top of the
J 0 Wv.M.. V'h, A that could be sold at the Manori Gulf 'Restaurant in Mexico
(Music and Recreation for Kids) bazaar, held in Dothan an- A Beach. Later in the evening,
Snually'. ,Plans for f le the group is to join in a dinner
SPONSORED BY Mrs. Emmie Joines gave cruise on' the Captain Ander-
L n A a R it llh the program on the Blue Lake Knox Weddin son Dinner Cruises on Thomas
onIg venuie.Baptist u Spiritudi Enrichment Pro- Drive in Panama City Beach.
gram. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Teachers and friends of the
-Every W wednesday Allen wish-to invite you to class are invited to join in the
Arirn r, r,' 12CARD OF THANKS share in the marriage of their reunion.
.'" M'orning from 9-12 I| THAN. daughter, Tonya Denise, to"
The family of Jimmy Do2ier .George Michael Kn9k Satu'-
Only A Sack Lunch Is Required would like to express their day, May 29th, at 2:00p.m. at,
MUS BI B STU GAMS deep appreciation and grati- the First United Methodist
MUSIC BIBLESTUDY GAMES tudeforallthekindnessshown Church, Port St. Joe. We
REFRESHMENTS during our recent loss.-All the invite you to worship with us
Beginni flowers, gifts of food, letters, '"'arid witness.their vows,' If you
u Beginning June 2 and'cards of sympathy will. are unable to attend, we ask
always be remembered:' your presence in thought and I F
IRuth Barfield prayer.
BIG SPRING FAN SALE Firs
SUMMER ROSE DAVIS
'LSummer Rose Davis cele-
We Also Have A Large Stock of brated her third birthday on
EMERSON CEILINGMay 9th. She had a chicken
EMER NCEILING Fbar-b-que at her new home in
N -G N Lake Katrine, New York. She
received many nice gifts,
IGLOO including a wooden swing set HOWARD BRO\
made by her daddy.
SISummer Rose is the daught- Pastor
. Ice Chests 1 A er of Jimmy and Anita Davis,
$ 799 and the granddaughter ofM rnin
$ 799 yCharles and Bobbie Davis of M ri
$27 Up "B -Ihw Mu d R d" Port St. Joe.
414 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe Phone 229-6195 Baby pigeons are
known as squabs.
Faith Christian School will
hold its five year-old Kinder-
garten Graduation Exercises,
-Thursday night, May 27th. The
graduation ceremonies will be
held at Long Avenue Baptist
Church beginning at 7:00 P.M.
The main portion of the
program will be presented by
the graduating class. They
will begin with a Patriotic
number followed by a display
of Bible knowledge, Phonics
and Numbers. There will also
be a short play followed by the
A brief program will be
presented by the four year-old
kindergarten while the gradu-
ating class put on their caps
Rev. Hal Haller, of Faith
Bible Church, and Principal of
Faith Christian School, will
deliver a brief address, and
present the graduates with
The Kindergarten staff, Vi-
vian Bateman, Sue Monteiro,
Barbara Presnell, Tina Peif-
fer, and Bertha Smith, has
worked hard to prepare the
students for the big'event. Jan
Richardson has worked with
the students on the musical
Anne Quarles s
Miss Anne Quarles will
graduate from Panama City
Christian School, Friday, May
28. She is salutatorian of her
Anne is a member of the
Society of Distinguished
American High School. Stu-
dents, -YWho's % Whoo ..Among
A. eri gh -,0' iooi"_'S =-?
denits, and America's Out-
standing Names and Faces.
Mr. and Mrs. James C.
Haddock have announced the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
,Cynthia Elaine, to John Brady
Roney, son of Mr. and'Mrs.
Olen Patrick Roney of St. Joe
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate 'of Port St. Joe High
School, and is presently at-
tending the Haney Vocational
Technical Center iNursing
She was recently chosen as the
girl athlete of the year at
P.C.C.S., and is president of
the Senior Class. She plans to
continue her education' at
Judson College in. Marion,
Anne is the daughter of. Mr.
and .Mrs .ilhiainrS,,. LQuarles,-
Jr: Her.grandpa.etarea ^-:
and Mrs. W. S. Quarles,'Sr. of'
Port St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs.
Basil C. Kenney, Jr. of Lynn
Miss Anne Quarles
Cynthia Elaine Haddock
Her fiance graduated from
Port St. Joe High School and
attended the Haney Voca-
tional Technical Center In-
dustrial Electronic School. He
is presently employed in
A June wedding is being
portions of the program.
The students have put much
effort into this school year,
and into preparations for the
graduation program. They
are: Brant Bizek, Bryan
Butts, Joshua Colbert, Kim-
berly Cooper, Paul Cox, Kara
Hogue, Julie Johns6n, Kellie
Kennington, Michael Lemi-
eux, Rusty Minger, Eric Mon-
teiro, John Murphy, Phillip
Murphy, David Oakley, Traci
Peiffer, Joseph Price, Tarus
Riley, Skip Schweikert, John-
athan Thursby, and Bill
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Spmwn fromleft, are: Llliani Limpke, David
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.(partially hidden), Vicki Abrams, Bobble
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luitructor and Bobble Davis.
U, Enjoy World's Fair
b T A bus load of AARP mem- day, all the travelers arrived oneemba
bers of the St. Joe Chapter at the Carlston Inn in Pigeon trip to F]
happily returned to their Forge, Tennessee, ready to Inn, in M
homes in Port t. Joe, St. Joe
Beach, and Mexico Beach,
after a five day trip and visit
to the World's Fair in Knox-"
President Stiles Brown and
Mrs. Zelda Brown, of Port St.
Joe, accompanied 46
members on this' bus trip,
which left Tuesday, May 18,
.during the early morning
hours. Rest and lunch stops
brought the busload to the
Holiday Inn, Dalton, Georgia,
the first night; for the second
start tneir visit to me worla s
For several hours, from 4
P.M. until 9:30 P.M., the
AARP members visited the
Fair and were returned to
their motel for the night. After
breakfast on Thursday, the
members all went to the Fair
again, spent an interesting
and exciting day there, then
returned to Pigeon Forge for a
champagne party at the pool-
side of the motel. .
On :Friday. morning,,every-
rked for their return
lorida. The Holiday
acon, Georgia, was
eop pF r-#I,-e g-rt
mthe stopping point for the night
where all members were
treated to a Prime Rib dinner
in one of the private dining
rooms of the Inn. The swim-
ming pool was available and
several members took advan-
tage to use same.
On Saturday at noon, lun-
cheon was ready for the group
at theHoliday Inn, in Thomas-
ville, Georgia, and all satis-
fied members arrived at their
destinations in mid-afternoon.
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When President Reagan
. asked communities to assume
part"of the ,responsibility'toi"
fundiig local charities, the Art.
Guild -of the Gulf County
Rereation Department took
Shii seriously. .
, 4* i'.,'rAj ,ir m *n in1 the Gnild'
Quantity Rights Reserved
.Sale ends June 26
deemed special. After all, the
President had asked the;.pri-
vate sector to take. up the,
slack caused by budget cuts in
the areas .previously funded
primarily by. the'federal 'go-
verniment,-he added. ..
M R -iztizs aiul'Telefftnon to'le
eidJune 4. ,'
.' The donation,, to be used for
-client activities, and. a lan'd-
secaping project at the Center, i
culmiated' many hours of
-.coa Wan.hdhard work by--..
S.Id Rmgesiwomaned. a
'.cr ft booth at- the .Mexico '1
* "C" size
2 per pack
2 per pack
.Reg..58 pack of 2
FOR -" '. : ,|
IT, Gdreat for hai' Foam can coolers keep drinks
aces, and gift ties coollo 6 coolers to a
rnts;and colors coolers to a
; Reg.to1.7 Reg. 1.27
Deluxe baby carrier with
Added cover. Bright colors.
1. -.' -
Repeat of a.
Colorful canvas seat and back
with wooden arm rests. Folds
flat for easy storage- .9
Men's polylcotton shirt with
contrasting raglan sleeves.
Many colors, sizes, S, M, L, XL.
Some slightly irregular. Reg. 3.97
newi, f anwarranty
Energy saving 3-speed fan'riith
i metal blade. eg. 22.97
+ ". Heg.2 '7
229.6M514 6 22946103
"Like a good neighbor,
S ate Farm is there.
Hoam OflcAm: Blowblauglo. mllolis
crafts; Bill'Parker and Fred-
.llen ,f6 r their" time and
energy 'in setting.. up' 'the
, booths; aid (iigil Lipford for
his',slesina" hip in.' the con-
cesslgnistan,^. -. .h
.,- .. :; :.". ".
'C. Evans, -W.M., of Sheba
Chaptefri.IA, Eastern Stars,
invites everyone, to. attend' the
Anniversary, of the Chapter. It
will 'bea held. at Thompson
Te6ilple Church' on the fifth
Sunday ini'this month, May 30.
Cool It with
RESIDENTIAL AND .
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR l
Electric Motor Rewinding
Fractional H.P. thru 3 H.P
-Single Phase or Three Phase
George Thomas Company
Q-Tip' cotton swabs. 170
countbox. eg_ ;
U mR' -*
SAFTE-Tm brass base light.
bulb with inside frosted. 40,
-60, 75, or 100 watt.' Reg. 351
Heavy duty all temperature
laundry detergent. LIMIT 1
S oI6 c'obrful and easy care
-'c' iblycton.r Assorted prints
with 1"' straps or shoulder tie.
Ruffles,lace, and other trim.
Sizes S,M, L.
S Reg. 6.97
i regularr,, '- ,, -
Twin Set i 14.97 7.00
Full Set ,' 1.97 13.00
, Queen Set 23.97 18.00
King Set 26.97 20.00
Finest quality N' IRON sheet
sets. Beautiful rint and
lids. C -
1 I." Ai FOR .
Quality bags to fit most
I vacuum cleaners. Reg..67
Brief top nylon panty, sheer
knife legs. Sandal foot run-
resistant toe Made to sell
for $2.25. Slightly irregular.
S-- Reg. 97
Pyrex' 10-cup coffee decanter
fits most automatic coffee
makers. Reg. 3.97
Heavy duty vinyl construction
with 2 air chambers.
Vaseline' pure petroleum jelly.
3.75 ounce jar.
Reg.3.97 Professional quality tape.
S, Erase to record your own
328 REID AVENUE PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Phone 229-6394 or 648-8952
Port St. Jog, Fla.
310 WllIams Ave.
- -- ---- -- -- -- I
Reg. 2 for i1
4'%.n 4? U,V El 7t" ,.;x PT-
Junior Honor Society
if 'm U&T is K
S- 'The Port St. Joe Chapter of
the National Jr. Honor Society
held its annual induction cere-
Smony on'May 26th in the Port'
S; :St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School
SCommons Area. -,
To be eligible for member-
:. ship into this honor society, a
C :student must be an eighth
grades of A's and B's with only
two grades less than B, and no
: ,.F's for the first five grading
"periods of the school year.
IN ew Members
Also, these students were
rated on their character,
service, citizenship, and lead-
ership qualities by six of their
This year's inductees were
Dexter Baxter, son of Mrs.
Annie Mae Cotton; Lisa Dawn
Grace, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Grace; Michelle
Jenkins, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Taylor Jenkins; Thomas-
Kemp, son of Mrs. Shirley
Shuler; Sandy King, daughter
. ,... ,-
S ,- ,
ll[ ;hT: ..
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert King;
Martin Perry, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin D. Perry; and
Angele Saas, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bill WhiteEagle.
After the ceremony, a re-
ception for new inductees and
their families was hosted by
the 1981-82 Junior Honor So-
ciety and their advisor, Mrs.
Day of Fun
At New Bethel
The women of New Bethel
A.M.E. Church have planned
a day of fun for Saturday, May
29, at the Washington Recrea-
tion Center, beginning at 11
There will be games for all
ages. Refreshments will be
sold. The activities will end
with a Baby Contest at 5:30.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. MAY 27, 1982
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1982
The Harlem Globetrotters of year old fast bailer
softball is one of the adjectives Flirt on the mound, v
used to describe the comedy three other "ladies"
softball team, The California up her pitching. Mai
Cuties. And you will find that Sally covers first base
the description fits when you right side of the
join us at the Softball Complex shortstop is Hedda
in Port St. Joe on Tuesday, who patrols the rest
June 1. outfield, and behind t
Under the sponsorship of is Hefty Helen.
Dixie Youth Boy's Baseball, Dressed in the wild
the four man Cuties team will of ladies clothing, the
fact the Church League All are in fact some of t
Star's with game time set for
7:30 p.m. Conductin
With their format changed
to a four man club, instead of G d ti
the standard nine, the Cuties Graduation
supply an even greater even- The Gulf County CI
ing of comedy and softball. On velopment and Li
the road for 36 years, Trino Center will conduct
Palacios, founder of the club Annual Pre-School
struts his stuff' as Madam' tion and Open Ho
Hilda throughout the show, Tuesday evening, Jun
and even takes a turn on the The Center is locate
mound. Considered to be the Old Washington S
greatest clown in the history Avenue D and Peters
of softball, Trino has never the ceremony will be
failed to keep the audience the recreation center
laughing throughout the show. ning at 7:00 p.m. Eve
The club also features 22 invited to attend.
d at the
record. And Fifi the Flirt
finished with 99 home runs
L Clifford Striplifg, 208.Duval Street, :Oak Grove, brought
These two huge turnips by The Star office early .this week to
.show everyone What a little loving care and a dab of fertilier.
will do. The ,.turnips weighed 4, ind' 3% pounds1'and were-
solid all he way through. .-Star photos
iArst Baptists, Methodists,
S'The congregations of First been meeting together on fifth
-Baptist" aind! .First Methodist Sunday -ights. ..,
. uds.will join in a worship Rev,. Howard' Browning,
ce .Suday, evening, at Pastor.of First Baptist,zwill be
,, Denior Citizens,
If. you are' a GulfCounty
|. ident-60 or' older, make
2l6our plans tolattend .the fifth
W -,arinual Senior Citizens Picnic
i C-on Friday, May 28 at the Dead
,Lakes Recreation Area in
~ >-The, festivities will begin at
'2 n H a.n9.D.T., and lastuntil 3
p.m. C.D.T. Good food and
entertainment will be pro-
vid ed. Anyone needing trans-.
Sportation should call the
'i. Senior' Citizens office at 229-
," c eatingg
!, oApplications are' being ac-
Si7,epted by the Gulf County
.'nior Citizens Association for
t tb'e position of Outreach Work-
'dr, 20 hours per week. A high
school education is required
r this responsible position.
A Applications will be ac-
'.'e'.:-pfed through June 11, and
i "ay be-obttained at the Senior.
G citizens office at Avenue D
,k- .and Peters Avenue, Port St.
Joe, or in the office of Myrtle
Jackson (Old Courthouse) in
This is an Equal Opportu-
one in. ,the. community is
cordially invited -,to' attend.
Rev. Jimmy Spikes -is Pastor
of First Methodist.
The all-time land speed
record fbr a wheeled vehicle
was set in 1970 when Gary
Gabelich guided his rocket
engine auto to a world record
speed of slightly more than 627
miles per hour over a mile
Earlier, he had .driven the
course 'in a time of slightly
over 617 miles per hour abnd
average 622.407 m.p.h. for the
two runs. His vehicle, "The
Blue Flame", was powered by
a liquid natural gas-hydrogen
peroxide' engine which- was
purported to be capable of de-.
veloping a thrust of 22,000
pounds. How's that, for, an
Gabelich set his record on
the Bonneville' Salt Flats in
Utah and his record willrpro-
bably stand for many years.
We have built up a record for
fair business practices, which
we will stand upon. See us first
" The Athletic
323 Reid Avenue
'Heavy duty savings on the
WalkerHeavy Duty Muffler.
Saleprice 2 195
Zh Eve; tihina vou need is rioht
RENFRO AUTO PARTS
401 Williams Avenue 229-6013
inside the box. For easy
installation. And now
i rough May 31 easy
savi :gsl Walker is America's
Ob,*IO Tf Uflitj,*
ST. JOE HARDWARE CO. Pho 2202
Appearing Here Tu
Fifi the Coast's finest athletes. Their that they finished last season
with only wild costumes hide the fact with a 103 won and 11 lost
, and the .. ,
t of the
he plate Start the Season
est kind Op. Well Equipped to
e Cuties Play the Game
he West Play the Game
Corner 4th & Parker Ave.'
Invites You to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ........ .. . 1'0;00 A.M
MORNING WORSHIP ........... ... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ......... ....... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY ....... ... 7:30 Prayer Meetings
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00 A.M.
Study In the Gospels, Wednesday 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
*, / ..
HR H2 MAD M W APPROVED
Il i mmll W llllll*II*II. II.I' I II m For Yo,
Everyday Down Price Saving
- Plus Depos
Tender Lean Quarter Loin
3 Down Small Tender
* SPARE RIBS
Choice Full Cut
. Ib. JL
U.S.D.A. Grade A (2 Per B
Fresh Lean 100% Pure Beef
T.V. BRAND !2 or Whole
U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless $ 4 Fresh Sliced Skinned & Deveined
IH-INl K ROAST BFre R F LIVIFR
AEUWE W U
LEG QUARTERS b.49C
U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless $ 68
SHLDR. ROAST lb.1
Hickory Smoked Family Pak 1 3
SLICED BACON lb.-
U.S.V A."Choice Boneless .... 8C
CHUCK STEAK lb.168
Fiesh Fryer "Family Pak" 6
Drumsticks or Thighs lb.69
EVEiYDAY DOWN PRICE
Good Value Bologna, Beef Bologna,
Salami, Spi. Luncheon
U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless
Register's Pure Pork
Good Value All Meat or
EVERYDAY DOWN PRICE
EVER YDA DOCWJ PRICE
EVERYDAY Y DOWN PRICE
USDA Food Stamp Rights
ur Shopping Convenience
49 oz. box
i ,. ,I ,,i j
MUSHROOMS Lb 99
FRESH PEARS Lb.59'
N o Brand 18 oz. $ 1 0 Brand 18 Oz. $ 22 No Brand13 oz. can NoBrand b. bag $ 92
Peanut Butter CORNFLAKE EVAP. MILK 3 COFFEE_....
No Brand No Brand 20 Oz. 75 No Brand 1 Ib. pkg. 3 2No Brand 22 oz. $1 24
RICE...,, Frosted FlakesI 1 MIXED BEANS Dairy Creamer y1.
Piggly Wiggly Is
OPEN ON SUNDAY
9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
STORE HOURS: M-Th, 8:00- 7:00
Fri. & Sat., 8:00 8:00
Sunday, 9:00 6:00
Home Owne.d & Operated by Brad Johnson
Piggly Wiggly Homogenized
W.K. or Cream 2
Green Gipnt 2
Sharks Host Jamboree Tonight
Six Area Teams Competing In Contest Starting At 7:00
will open the game, followed
by Sneads and Blountstown in
the second stanza. Florida
High will meet Wewahitchka
in the third; Sneads and Port
St. Joe in the fourth; Blounts-
town vs. Bristol in. the fifth
their actin shape'for-the sprinigjamboree at.
Shark Stadium tonight: '" '-Star photos
'Two golf tournaments and a
"'co-l ut .will be enjoyedd by
Sne-iisillifsi-'and tieir. guests- at
the St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club: over the Memorial Day
On Sunday the 30th, there'
will' be. a select shot tourna-
'meht :'tarting ..at 2:00 P.M.
After the tournament, ham-
bur'ers. with all. the trim-
period and Wewahitchka and
Port St. Joe closing out the
The game will begin at 7:00
p.m., EST, with a five minute
break between periods.
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
Offensive starters for the
Sharks will be Chris Butts or
Dillon Vizcarra at quarter-
back; Tres Parker and Terry
Woullard at running backs;
receivers will be Mike Pitt-
man and Demitre Thomas;
tight end will be John Miller;
tackles, Lee McMillian and
Keith Jones; guards, Seth
Howell and Charles Woodard
and center, Billy Williams.
Defensive starters will in-
clude:' Jay Lynn and Mike
Waldirig at Defensive guards;
Walter Seabrook and Terry
Woullard at Ends; Inside
linebacker; Paul Gilbert; and
:Seth Howell; .Outside line-
backers,' Sidney. Harris arid
Josh Jenkins; DefensiveW
.'backs, Mike.Pittman, Demitre
Thomas, and Marty Russ. "
'.. ."'min'gs will be served poolside.
OnMonday, May 31, golfers
elC 4 ..esetV .esth oa .a The Mexico Beach Volun-
Sis oedi'e atiorieah- Sh.e tachedm he o. girls bas- h De FireDpatment ndevent
pbHrittsGifco nship .ketbli^ is ,.an jr nit eorganizes Alk iiar wil hv as barbe-
m aL -A -..- 1 ,11. -Ije;e t
Ss o le Can.re'r S"iety calcusehee PortSt.Joe ew res v'ere -appointed at the Bea. Sed g wl, stBrtu a
i i keShe oa lresidentostheegirlsbas- .' .let p.es. s
*r m' .. a.n. :R. i/,' D e an e Mrs Judy DeBoltf area'sexecutive direc- oT socey '* h m tea.eortosewhowish beer
tod fbres oenlan tierstoity.
[ehee i 'oftJ-al*t '*d t ..,. ,a r .. M h o i. .. ; P T' u n' e on Saturdy, May 29, at
tt t iety plans t meet inune to begin ab edre
e "Af mi oor. eat"'e u is wo-of, theb a ierican ote flof the yrr
onor. cRontam'rit r S o
',l ..-iD- Williams'-- f lctivenmess o fithe society in Guhlf County for over the meeting h ere in Port St. Joe, a s
d h.Cr wa s weres .. .g .' .. hra ther
ory-confcermng the~gra'd^ 2PatnSasser thTepa ft'velr and'called lor a renewal of duea volunteers"sten to her presentation.
.... .df..s T f.'.toff' h h ... h . p .
otig s Methodists Pla n Tourneyoo and the menu consists of
nigsion of4 information ;hon aduationcere- r Te Methodist Yo ouh of $55.00,, aRod mtwo Blue DoHt or Director, First Methodist
names 'of ionies--,M6nd' ..ight.. :-' We';vahif" are hosting an Dura-Bl s'ftb ..s:".Trop.ies Church, 639-2744, or 639-2732. ... .
6 ^19e w9r--Ent 'Wee rtls -1'2-tea'm -'- For additional-information, In Loving Memory of Our-
Itn""ehhor ri .lid pto la.s ec B c, with an e My a~e lo dH s F athe r and -. ..
and,_:h'rch. stew,Lu ale slaw, roals and dced
i ial ty ankstoRev. degree inelectrical seginer- And did his best. .
Brow Rev. WliaiSo tyresidedaturday, May 29 Man friends he had,
hrank ydutc fori y uiche on at h nes 1 8 DA. DY
visits. -, .ood phon .r.and Me co B-each will r aduatee M addy'sigo and service,
.... I,,-,-DBol pres ted.a- short fov review of..the In.the p photo aboiei.r's pu Bolt presides'
brhefrfeivenessofthe soci ty m'GW County wor over the. meeting. here in Port St. Joefas
-" '- -'a ic Sasse.Serecial.."I.f thehpastyearanks Rev How degre e a l uteeg s'listen to, her presentation.
a.d Browning Rev. 'Wil ing Str a. ManyCfriends3he2hado.
NOW YOU CA
OF 721'S ON
FOR UP TO
Some sales are just worth waiting
for. This is one of them. Right now
save up to $36 on a set of four gas
saving, long-wearing, sure-tractior
721 tires-our most popular radia
721 steel belted radial. $ A
Regular $61 NOW .
Plus 51.69 F.E.1
If we should sell out of your size,
we'll give you a "raincheck"
assuring later delivery at the ad-
216 Monument Ave.
The coaching staff of Port
St. Joe High School would like
to congratulate the following
players who participated and
completed the entire twenty
days of varsity Spring Prac-
tice: Chris McCloud, Josh
Jenkins, David Anderson,
David Bragdon, Chris Butts,
Derrick Chambers, Sidney
Harris, Early Lewis, Jim
Norton, Michael Pittman,
Mike Quinn, Richard Ramsey,
Tom Smiley, Rodney Smith,
Demitrie Thomas, Dillon Viz-
carra, Jimmy Walding, Den-
nis Welch, Tony Beard, Brad
Bowen, Mitch Burke, Seth
Howell, Marcell Johnsoni,
Keith Jones, Adrian Lewis,
Lee McMillan,. Robert Taylor,
Terry Woullard, Paul Gilbert,
Jay Lynn, John Miller, Tres
Parker, Mike Waldirig,
Charles Wood. Billy Williams,
Brian Blalock, Marty Russ,
Walter Seabrook, Dwight Cer-
ley and Darrin Thomas..
In.all, 63 boys participated ,
in Spring Drills -with' 41
completing the entire 20 days.
Players that had an excep-
tionally good spring',were Seth
Howell, Tres Parker, -Terry
Woullard, Jay Lynn,' Mike .
Walding, Billy Williaimss Paul
Gilbert; afid Sidney T arris.
S Constitution and Monnument'Ave- ,'. :
Port St. Joe,.Florlda-
JIMMY SPIKES; Minister ,
CHURCHSCHOOL .* ...;.. ..... i.. .. 9:45A.M.
MORNING'WOBSHIP ...................... 11:00A.M.
EVENINGWOfRSHIP ..;............ ....... 7:30P.M.
METHODISTYOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6:30 P.M'.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ....... 7:30 P.M. r:
SPentecostal Holiness Church
2001 GARRISON AVE PORT ST JOE '
Invites You to Worship with Them'*
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL'.... ... "...... 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .... 11:00A.M.
'-EVENING WORSHIP ..... .... 7-00P.M.
-WEDNE6SA.-NIGHT -.: .... 700 T '.M.
MN PUT A SET
Size n Was SALE F.E.T.
(Whitewall) (Pe lif) (PW ire) (per ire)
P175/80R13 $62 $5..95 S1 78
P175170R13 61 54.95 1.73
P185180OR13 63 56.95 .192
P205/70R13 71 63.95 2.14
P175175R14 67 59.95 1.83
P185175R14 68 60591 2.04
P195f75R14 70 62.95 218
P205175R14 72 64.95 234
, P205170R14 76 67.95 223
P215175R14 77 68.95 248
n P225/75R14 80 71.95 2.68
n P205/75R15 74 66.95 2.47
Is. P2W5/75R15 79 70.95 259
9 P225f75R15 85 76.95 2.78
95 P235175R15 94 84.95 3.01
No trade-in needed All prices plus tax.
tire for the sarhe..
radial Firestone has
been selling abroad
for years as original
equipment on many
M162 S" *27. $14
'155R13 456 31,6 15
'165R13 48 41.16 I.
165A14 53 41M6 10
17614 So 40,96 20
1pild U 71 SIM 211
i66Rl6 SO 4965* Is
"165R15 69 Ws 19I
AIW foaL.mra06 ,,; PI~wa 910 1
k A. .&
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka 8.sPAIED
Prices Good May 26- June 1, 1982 .PMN.F"
SA: +. .'* + Wewai ka, Fla.*
IGA PURE CANE
BAG. $ Lb
| Limit 1 with 10 or
more food order
LINDY (MIX OR MATCH)
IGPEAS PURE Cns
SKRAFTLimit 1 with '10 orMore order
IGA ALL FLAVORS Round
ICE CREAM G: !
IGA Pe She .. .. 2
IGA Whip Topping ...4,.,. !
Mrs. Smiths Pies (Apple, Dutch) .s
Green Giant Corn on Cob... Pk
Sealtest Cottage Cheese...... .24 Oz.Ct
S Kraft Soft Parkay .................2 n Oz. cu
Kraft Cheddar Cheese (Mild, Medium) ... .. 02. Pk
Kraft Colby Cheese (Mild) ...... ...... ... oz. Pk
Pillsbury Biscuits (Butter, Buttermilk. Sweetmllk) 4 Can Pi
Kraft Mozzarella Cheese (Shredded)..... a oz. Pk
IGA Honey Buns ..... 2 3 Pkg.
IGA BBQ Bread ..... .... :oz.
IGA Giant Sandwich Bread 24
MOE UAITYMET A I GSAVNS
IGA Tablerite Sliced Bacon (Thick or Thin).. 12 oz.
Sunnyland Fresh Link Sausage (Breakfast). 20 Oz.
Lykes Reg. or Beef Bologna .... ib
Lykes Cooked Ham ...........O. oz.
Sunnyland Jumbo Dinner Franks..... ib'.
Old Smithfield Boneless Buffet Hams .... b.
Kraft Orange Juice (Glass)....................
Gulf Charcoal Lighter.................
Northern Jumbo Napkins ..............
Ala. Girl Hamburger Dill Chips .........
A-1 Steak Sauce .....................
Van Camp's Pork and Beans ... ..
cans 2i/8 1
IGA Limit 2 with $10 Food Order or More
. PAPER 00
TOWELS BigRolls 2/88
I. -- -
CHARCOAL 20 .B. ag
Close-Out Sale On
Hundreds of Plants
E. i. Rich 1610 Monument Ave.
The World's Largest 50
Scuppernong Vines Ea. 5
FIG TREES .. ...a. $4o00
Super Buys On All Flowers
Must Be Sold!!
1978 LTD Landau Ford, 46,000 miles. See at 1610 Monu-
ment Ave. or call 229-6811.
z ANN ANDFEEIG70-91
Rich's IGA Is your Canning & Pickling
Supplies Headquarters. We Have A
CompletneLine of Items At the Lowest
Price In Town
* Canning Jars Sure Jell
* Lids Jelly Jars
* Vinegar Freezer Bags,
* Pickling Salt *-emf El*
Green Beans L
Fill Your Freezer with Fresh Spring Vegetables
Peas Pole Beans Okra
Butter Beans String Beans
Buy A Bushel and SA VE!
Fresh Shelled Daily
PEAS & BUTTERBEANS
Blackeye Peas nag 09
7 Oz J ^
Kraft Mac & Cheese Dinners ................ 7pkO. 46
Duncan Hines Cake Mixes................... o-* 9
Heinz tomato Ketchup ....................m $1
"5*f*,-. ^ '~.'': s
- I Ir.a.\rm I Irr
48 Oz.7$2 39
*, n "*4 ,
TIE STAR. Port St .Ine. Fla. TII'RSI)AY, MAY 27, 1982
S House for Sale or Rent: On
orner 1302 Garrison. 2 bdrm.,
sun porch, 1 ba., liv. rm., din.
im., breakfast rm., kitchen,
jen. h&a, fenced in back yard.
Will be vacant June 1. Call
7-1731. tfc 5-20
S Lot and 3 'bdrm. home at
S.108 Sixth St., Highland
View. Call 229-6615. 3tc5-20
S Executive brick home on 2
Ig. lots, 3 bdrm., 3 ba. Must see
ll the extras in this home to
io appreciate Will sell or lease
S' with option to buy. 100 Mimosa
jve. Call 227-1892 for appt.'
SOne or two lots, 50'xl25' ea.,
in 1st block from beach on
-'*anal St., St. Joe Beach.-904/
k'82-3884. *' 3tc 5-27
P -- 4% acres of land, $600 equity
.nd take over payments -of
: 120 month. 3 acres in garden.
Miles south of Wewahitchka'.
Brick country home, 3
d. Bdrm., l.r,, d.r., Ig. fam. rm.
,/fireplace, cen. ac&h, room
-'r ex. bath. Lg. storage bldg.
'and workshop. Approx. 1.4
.' acres. On Dalkieth-Highway, I
.'&-ile east of State Road 71.
'gall 639-2731. 4tc 5-27
; gTwo commercial buildings,
t 30'x90' ea. in PSJ on Wil-
Sliams Ave. currently used
Oas warehouses. 'Easily ad-
gaptable for other uses.
Price $22,000 ea., May ,be
Purchased separately or
Together. Call 227-1468 or
227L100. tfc 5-13
90%0. finished. Av
S or rent. Call 2
SiPORT ST. JOE
C 1306BLong Ae' 2 odrn 1 D3 i., rm
i .kl i.',en P ad,',',rgiaen comno Cr.a..
"5ll.-k 3l0cea e ach ,31, ] a1 --1 g9 '-a-
.-d On.,Iv s$9000
; 1802 Marin 3 Da'm I ba I i.. .
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--coverea caioorl on Ig. 7x175 c101
'Pda ainr ea3V 133"O a|0o.n.a
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B ja ulilul Dick nome .r, nice
e eghIbornoo 3 bar.T 2 Di, real
".' ., vi'inuge ID r ..-,,ir'g -, ', 1U
*i. Iand ow ho Ldu i g na. & 3 ,
-. Ci.ances Launai, iiT. a0I carca..3jE
a ra ui. ilV rT, Mul 5e in-E spacious
rn.n.e-lta appiec'.ar Si500l ?li01
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7 REA.ETAT WC. ORSt MSC FAG L
One commercial lot 30' x
90' at 319 Reid Ave $8,000.
Call 227-1468 or 227-1100.
1973 VW convertible
miles, mint cond.
after 6:00 p.m.
1973 Pontiac Leman
a.c., p.b., am-fm, crul
trol. $650. Call afte
68 Chev. wagon, 307
p.b., p.s., 2-way gat
shocks, good tires, V
Duster,'6 cyl., auto., p
"shocks, good tires, $
Continental, 4-dr. tow
full power, new shock
--tires,, $1,275. Call 1-2294
75 Dodge pickup, aut
p.b., air, $675. Totum
home mover, 68 Intern
Load Star 1600, gas,
good tires w/ex. Egp,
Ca l 1-229-6875.
1979 Honda Civic, e:
cond. $3,300 firm. Ca
mons 648-5812, after 4,
AND TRUCKS ava
Many sell for under $2
312-742-1143 ext. 9939 fc
nation on how to purc
available for sale. lease
29-8475. 229-8258 or
ST. JOE BEACH
iV atleri,,'i l ,:.wi; ou. r r.OI .e r .:dn
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3Odn l:e r I c.5 l r. '- iC.'eU
3 DaIm I E, n.T-ce walr, .*l.-. *ea.l
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P in eaa S i i22; i ar, ,li. -,'Q,. i fr. 2
DOr.T 1 D roTre:,? S uI wr.a ,.:.,u 'C
Io .king cii H as i.':l '300,o ies',c
, er. r c' ir U ui .:.: u .ro' : r.:'., : 311 I..
2e .in, .:.-e J
MIiozFn s c's.gr n.:.nme I :-la,1 Ki0
E.3rTm 2Da r.v|i:l.lc n .ale 3 ,, ,',-, .
,n,-| DO I anr 1.w, ic,', i, i1 ., ejr .l ni
Four 8.00x16.5 8-ply tires, 2
almost new. All for $125. See at
301 Reid Ave. or call 227-1813.
10'x55' trailer, burned-out
on inside, has good frame, ax-
le and tires. Call after 5 and
weekends, 229-8672. 2tp 5-27
Singer sewing machine,
works well, in solid wood cab-
inet. $90. Call 648-5004.' Hetc 5-27
2tc 5-27 "
1975 Suzuki motorcycle,
-- a GT250, bored to 300. Runs
is, a.t., good, new battery, headlight,
se 5:30, chain, front'and rear sprock-
ir 5-,7 ets. New rear tire and tube.
It 5-27 $325. Call 227-1396.
, auto., -14' wooden bateau and trail-
e, new er, $300. Phone Ronald Miller,
550. 73 229-8819. ltp 5-27
675. 73 1981 Go cart, excel. cond.
Cn car, and price. Call 227-1272 after 6
s, good p.m. 2tp5-27
to., Freezer, 19.5 cu. ft., frost-
.0., p..' free, $175: "' h.p. shallow well
mobile pump & tank, never used,
national $150. Antique buffet mirror,
10-spd., $50, roll top desk $125, Ig. wood
2,400. heating stove and chimney,
$125.648-5471. ltc 5-27
excellent 1000 old and rare bottles for
i] Tim- sale at our yard sale, Thurs-
central day, May 27, (9-4). St. Joe
2tc 5-20 Beach, Bay St. 648-8926. ,
ilable. Antique chiffarobe for sale.
00. Call 648-8926.
hase. Baby bed, $35; play pen $25;
4tp 5-20, all in good cond. 229-6875.
Walter 'upright piano, solid
wood, needs refinishing and
tuning, $250. Call 648-5238 or
648-5700. 2tc 5-20
- 1977 '12x65' mobile home,
1974 Olds Toronado GC; 2
pin ball machines, gc; 1 Arcde
motorcycle racing game:
small Sony b&w portable
T.V.; video game with TV & 6
chain saw; straight axle, good
to make trailer. Will sell or
trade for van, boat, fishing
equipment or anything of
reasonable equity. 648-5353.
French Provincial bedroom
suite, 2 bar stools, 2 lamps, 2
end tables, 1 coffee table, Ear-
ly American. Phone 229-8630.
77 Kal. 175cc, Mud or street,
nubby tires, $500; 77 Suzuki
550 cc, street, windshield &
sissy bar, $1275; 75 Kal. 400cc,
windshield, good tires', $550,. 78
Honda Hawk 400ec, $975: Call
AKC reg. mini-toy poodles, 7
weeks old. Four females, $100
each. Colors are: light
apricot, chocolate brown, blue
silver and silver w/white
markings.' Call 639-2807.
ARE YOU TIRED?
of that old run-down' single
'wide trailer? Let us put you
in a new dbl-wide modular.
Low financing! Package
deals with lots,'utilities and
set up 'with as low as 7%.
Call for information or
Bill Miller Realty
Ruby Mowery, Assoc.
like 'new, 'on rented lot. Oit .
, _648T972 before 12:00 or a"i6 Pr' rsen-taI. ,
5:00., tfc4-'15" needed. Call 22~'-892:. "
Anyone who is interested in guaranteed savings of
15% or more in the operation of their automobiles,
boats, trucks, tractors, .gas or diesel operated
engines, should see the demonstration to believe'
the advantages of using this FANTASTIC NEW PRO-
DUCT. For the time and place of next demonstration
in this area, please call Pro Tec Representative at
6I -is'nl fjrici'.,i I:i .I.SI ('i)f'3E35
Icr. ,n 3 bonn'3r wia
i c' ic E.'i,. iJ.'wi' C.ainl.'0 Eg
ji9 .ii,I e i C, E!3 e
,IF 3 a31 ,10O, v iB 2 b03 ,li.'E.:.
riC ."" 'cr 101 ''.gieli I.d3idr
Long Avenue. Pori SI Joe Duplex 2
Odim I ba each $200 a monlh.,o'i
2 boam urlurnished nouse. $22500
if, 500 do.n can gel yoou nlo In.s
eC iui.lUi ac.i-ble Ade nmo.il. rc.nme
wr, ,' ,r, lre.1 Onl s22 50(0 or
fi ,riCs ,' .ifr, 2 ,.:,l &. Ira3,ile
2 un i IVs r le.e l renial opd oriun.,y
a:.1, 139I I.O D,', ll ,J .-i lOOa irg Irc
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$Eici e ,I li.nl31 i on"ml:- DulE Sl 5 11 1 .1)",'I 00|."T I r,1 1 :l.3 -.t3I Oa-r. S0A R Ti .. : R 'I G
, 0aoaimeni in 0igood ne,.neorr li, I E, E,.' r, 'u ,- Sr ,:-/,. ,. i i*.'-,', ri
' 5 000iC .rton c ner will IA,',-Ce rSI.'E -t r n n.,e 'ei s' JI
m.,dl 1- Lo. r.g iA lur,-1,n3i .:r ,-", E. [. ,acG n i; .w J': J.O :OC
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19ra unI ner BricIc ar1 1r lia e m MUiH AR D C R E E K
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o16750000a id 3 l' .,, :, ,i O ad r' n,a g1 H I.' .. n N WARD RIDGE
' Cain aid se whaal we :in do aboui P :,,| i1i ,a. 'i '-. ,irc .r.i i none mmn
Smcnog yOJU r,: Dd'I m Dd 2 I C Tr T r T, i I .: nai i.:.. i r'.. ... : [.. .. ..., i ii r.
garage omE. 107I' UD00 150000 r I ,,, ,-,,e h:. a'. .50 N, h:.,' .
. om G bo a u ,-.u .e iSleimolg,,k .r 1, 500a. 'o. ,, ,.; '., i DOtr, ,l ,l-. O .- H., ,38 5 0") 2,0 ,
: iglJun.Ber B.ick 3 DlOITm I'. [a isl.ng m.orhlio. .3,w *wre,- I.a'rk .1 ., .l HOWARD CREEK
- uoue! a iea cIose Io scr.oGis good paIi ,IlIn,,r,, r,,,ii i Di. r.,''e .: ,.n ing,, 'n iroe
s .i:.-e no-rlo OnIV$l39S900 2 mcieenea Par ,al i : 3r o n..,I,.trip 2l.0 R E D 7, U. O, d rm r,ow o n
Jo ne s H o m tested [k fi.,T. r ,,, 3, D hn 3 [ n 'c '3 AU 0 G lu e a.rO H. '.q8 2Srniid re ,:1 l,' Grea31 ittr I f ,if or
,O sd & 2.3l cam eool cen I l 5lhi. : ,.i3DI ,ole NO 4 S ,i.E i, .C000 ric : ,0 6' r',ur.i,'..g icoage C'Ms 000 Willi nar .ce
i Lg ueu 3 balm. 1,j Va. 1 .Im D, di nr I [ a, ira ler 150 d 1, Niea r Ru.ic S3r," I 8 :i n I 3 : eiPEIF..: gelawa, O ilC eo. comfor13Dle
ai L u rm & khlchen combo carporl i i 500 P,, a S 1 o 20I 2 0 1 I.. 3 s I 3 ; ein anenI ro, 12 60 m, Doie
rewly painleo Ir.ruouil 101 Mor.u 0 S, 1 Da 0 ..% 12 21 500 .'in i n, e. 1 3dr' r.ra.n i.n .r,ence &
Smerie.l No 106 c r. e. r,n r u P rr
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G U LF A IREl ar ie. -r r, v 11000020 -.'O ac..n i' a.ie,' n.- cA.o..e. ic.i 50u i .r
Some beautlui .lI. s, Sill avaiia ble 31 1IT-rHil2 iO G RVea .I:.A.nl '.,' E.. i3 d w 3 caA E To 3i Si-
i',. ir,lie l 251', dow.'n ADn, O .:'rs h.r 31 a D.lm ',
SI 0 r.cue 2 .2000 B tn C,-l O.i..,e REDUCED' OsD, n.e a -y new. 2 CA E R -
- Jones Homestead .ished. Wes aIa.y Aee Ftr6 ,8 5hla
i O9 0 .40 001. 98 62 5gain. perty in the Ca pe area. Some 'gulf
S 4 dnm'.newl lemoei do k IlChn Rgr, on In' P ,',B 3 e''n 2 Eac hn, a,'ni l Oi n ri,,po tuy. Ai trac- fronf t.
I 9. acie ur4ole0 el0cn ain inKTe n Carpel CenlrA31 neat T, air g, o ,.fe2 e oiuy 1 0. 0oule., located on SSOC/ATES 7.
ed,48500 lU e '. ,'irigag 0731e Pain' dal 3'lln S 1 uir,,r.e, cic,:,. 10 Gulf, 0 SSOC TES
- COMMERCIAL- inal$36500 AFTERHOURS
,:lIn Sl 2 cin'-. :u 'c.r Duilt Wailer .. ':
Filly eauirped Iloie oidg or. 3 3 acre on H.grwa i... 5000 -. acc.'a i,. man 3 Da O ,.c.rr I he beach. PAULETTACAMPBELL .. 648.8977 .
S Tes n niwy 30 will i,-anHe No 26.1 aces on r,,.qnAa, S13;500 l9 500 ALISA DUREN ... ....... 648-5635,
2. 4(01" ELLEN ALLEMORE ..... 648.8939
CDn.er.ier.,:e iloe S Joe Beac n WEWAHITCHKA AjGROVE .. ARCHIEBARBEE ........ 64832'
I 360I nrIloon 'JIM CLEMENT ... 648 5482"
S1.536 b loor IrI T 6- r 'Is i o NO .e02 2 drm I a Iamen nou,,,. iia,,ng REDUCE W F m., 1 BOB&JEANFALISKI .... 2296553 ,
o Reo A. 60x g'. No 404 a ,aoe $11 '3mou0 0 C,,D n. p rB 0ll link 'WYVONNE.HATTAWAY :.' 229.6993
2 Lis on"Rei'Ave 60'x90'.No 404 fence iORI $. 000 BRENDA RUSHING WOOD 227.-1589
n C luy St. Joseph Bay Realty 648-5011 Sales
^ 900 Hwy. 98
'-:.p ---' lI PO. 0. Box 13332 Meico Beach, FL 6 8220 Rentalsi
AMERICA'S NUMBER 1 TOP SELLER, CENTURY 211
EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENT OWNED AND OPERATED.
1982Cernuiv 21 Keal staiteCorpofdi.Onnasiu iee tfoi the NAF rnd TM irademarrs ofCenluiy 21 Real EslaleCoirpoial.on' Prined m U S A. Equal Hou.ingOppoPiuni ,'v.iiR
CARPORT SALE:' Sat.,
May 29th, 9 till 2, 113 Monica
Dr. Bedspreads. king & dbl.
size, clothing, sm. appliances,
wicker baskets, many other
YARD SALE: 104 6th St.,
Highland View, 9 a.m. till. Fri-
day, May 28.
The old country 1-week
Yard Sale, 802 4th St.. i back of
the old St. Joe Ice House).
Look before you buy.
Everything sold as is, no
refunds. Only outside yard
'sale. We have a few more
things for sale, too. Will be
open.from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. All
sales will be well appreciated,
and God bless all. One new 26"
man's bike, only used 2 wks.; 1
new Briggs-Stratton lawn
mower, only been used I time
for bid yard; I small training
bike, 1 big T.V., will play
some, but will have to be fix-
ed. Mrs. J. B. Poppell.
LOST: Girl's large frame
prescription glasses. Sharon
Miller 229-8819. ltp 5-27
Two sets of car keys: 1 set w
Kendrick Myers tag and 1 set
with Cross Country Motor
Club emblem attached. Also
found a pair of eyeglasses.
These items may be claimed
at. The Star office, 311 Wil-
liams Ave., Port St. Joe.
,!.Wnted to Buy: Lot on St.
-Boe Beach. Would like one
with facilities for double wide
mobile home. Will consider
one unimproved. Call 648-5839
Wanted to Buy: Travel
trailer or motor home. Must
be clean and reasonable. Call
229-6193. tfc 5-27
PAINTING (Inter. & Exter. )
20 yrs. experience
Cheapest Rates In Town
C.R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe e Dozer Root
Rake Front-end Loader
* Road Building Lot Clear-
ing Septic Tanks
Drain Fields Hauling
Rt. 3, Box AIC
Port Joe. Florida
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR
Lawn mowers, garden trac-
tors, chain saws, Evinrude/
Johnson outboards, sewing
machines, small household
appliances, vacuum cleaners
and residential electrical wir-
ing & repair.
1st St., White City
For Yard Work, call 648-8492
and ask for Mike.
RODNEY HALL'S ROOFING
Licensed and Free Estimates
Port St. Joe 229-6859
CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
Tanks Cleaned and
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday 4:00 P.M.. F.S.T
Tuesday, 8:00 P M..E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M..E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
* SUR-WAY ELECTRIC
S 411 Reid Avenue
26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded
'Call Charles i Shorty)
St Joseph Bay
W.S. (Biff) Quarles
ll Lee's home im- FLORIST&GIFTSHOPPE
ements for all your small St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
e repairs, painting and Gifts
ng. We, also feature 319 Reid Ave.Ph: 229-8343
et cleaning service. Free Port St. Joe, Florida
hate. References' on re- If no answer call 229-8964
t. Call anytime. 785-6810. Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
4tc5-13 Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M,T,Th,F,S
__ 9:00-12:00 Wed.
ll babysit in my home or tfc 1-21
stay with elderly in the
me or will do housework. efCrigerationing -AppliHeatnce g
229-8933. 3tp 5-13 Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
tPENTRY & CONCRETE Electric Plumbing -
18 Yrs. Experience Appliance Repair
Ira J. Nichols All Brands
9 6th St., Highland View Norris Daniels
irt St. Joe, Florida 32456 Phone 229-8416
904/229-6235 106 Bellamy Circle
tfc6-4 AVON-Buy orSell
ST. JOE MACHINE CO. Call district manager, Claudia
machine Work- Welding Walters, Panama City,
506 First Street 871-5523. tfc 10-8
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)
Walls washed and cleaned
by husband and wife, also in-
terior and exterior painting,
windows cleaned, reliable
workers. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
Music Records Tapes
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Sound Studio Recording
SService ., :-
115 Hunter St., Oak Grove
Port St. Joe, Fla..
SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
Sears Catalog Sales
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue
G ,t e..ri Fl o n eit.
ST. JOE CUSTOM
GLEN F. COMBS
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
"-^ i ^ ^ ^ '
G ,,i .,g?1ii'' 99 kills bugs for
Going Fishing? gs t
Stop here first up to six months,
for a complete oendsoveyoubout$100Oyerly
n coily pst c trorlservices.
ne of Use of Sprayer free with
Fishing Tackle purchase ofRid-A-Bug
IHURLBUt SUPPLY CO.
Hurlbut Supply 306 Reid Avenue
SReid Ave. Port e oreda
The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue
p 3 4S Port St. Joe,.Florida OVFlorI d
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"
(Interior and Exterior)
Pressure Cleaning for Grime and Mildew
ALSO COOL SEALING MOBILE HOME ROOFS
WILL COOL MOBILE HOMES 15-20%
FOR FREE ESTIMA TE
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
PAT'S MATS & FRAMES
* Mexico Beach, Fla.
406 7th Street
Custom Matting & Framing of: .
* PAINTINGS PRINTS
* PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDLEWORK'
All 16"x20" & 18"x24" at '. Price
Unfinished Frames Available
OPEN Wed. thru Sat. 9 a.m. 7p.m. EST
Sunday 1 p.m.- 7 p.m. for your convenience
:CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Member Prolessiorna Picture Framer', A! soc
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
9V1/2% 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
FRANK HANNON, Broker
221 Reid Avenue 227-1133
_ ~ ~ ;_ /
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SPUBLIC NO TICI
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS A Blair, Stale Attorney for
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Circuit of Florida P 0
SSealed bids In duplicate will be re- Oak. Florida. 32060. T E
calved until 10:00 A.M E.D S T., June 8. Slate Attorney for the F
1982, by the Gull County School Board, cuil of Florida, 600 Du
Puar St. Joe, Florida, at which time and house. Jacksonville, F
pldce all bids will be publicly opened and don G. Oldham, Jr, Stal
Spread aloud 4or thr following project: Fifth Judicial Circuit of
ASBESTOS REMOVAL & PARTIAL RE. 1086. Tavares, Florida
PLACEMENTOFCEILING MATERIAL Russell, Stale Altorne
GULFCOUNTY SCHOOLS Judicial Circuit of Falo
Specifications and contract docu- County Courthouse, Cl
mants may be Inspected at the School 33516. Stephen Lewis
Board office. Gull County Courthouse, iorney for the Seventh
and at the office of Ihe Archtllect. Stale Florida. Courthouse
Road 22, Wewahltchka. Florida, and may Orange Avenue. Daytor
be procurred by General Contractors, 32014: Eugene T. Whi
upon a deposit oF $1,0.00 per set of. lorney for the Eighth J
specifications,. of which Ihe lull amount Florida, P 0 Box 1
will be refunded to each General Contrac- Florida 32602. Janet
tor who submits a bid and all other torney for the Eleventh
deposits for other than one complete sealt Florida. Metropolltan J
of specifications will be returned less 1351 N.W. 12th St.. Mia
eductllon to cover reproduction cost of' James A. Gardner. Stat
$5.00. All documents must be returned in Twelfth Judicial Circul
good condition within ten (10) days alter Main Street. Sarasotla, F
date of opening of bids. Salclnes. State Atlorr
Casnler's check, certified check, or bid leenth Judicial Circuit a
bond, for not less than 5% of the amount Courthouse Annexi.
of the bid, must accompany' each pro- 33602: James Paul API
postal t orney for the Fourteen:
Performance. labor and materialbond. of Florida. P 0. Box
and workman's compensation insurance Florida 32446. David H
will be required of Ine successful bidder Attorney for the Fifteen
Right Is reserved to reject any or all pro- of Florida. P. 0. Box
posals and waive technicalities. Beach. Florida 33402:
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a Stlate Atlorney for the
period of thirty (30) days afller date set for Circuit of Florida. P.
opening West. Florida. 33040
State Attorney for 1
Walter Wilder. Superintendent Judicial Circuit of Flor
Gull County School Board Street. Ft Lauderdale
Port St. Joe, Florida Douglas L. Cheshire. J
Charles A. Gaskln. ARA' for the .Eighteenth Ju
P. 0. Box 7 Florida. BreVard County
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465 31c 5-13 Souln Street. Titusvilli
Robert E. Stone, State
FICTITIOUS NAME Nineteenth Judicial Cir
Notice ls hereby given that pursuant to,- 0 Drawer 4401. Ft Pieri
Section 865.09, Florida Slatutes. the Joseph P. D'Alessandi
undersigned owner Intends to register- for the Twentieth Ju
with the Clerk of the Circuit court, Gull Florida. P 'O0. Drawer
County. Florida.'four weeks after the first Florida 33902: by certify
publlcallon.ol Ihis nollice. the fictitious mail this 7th day of Ma
V name or trade name under which he wll Isi LUCY H. HARRIS.,
be engaged In business arid in which said Alltorney for Plaintiff.
business is to be transacted, to-wit: DIVISION OF'BOND'FIf
WEWA REALTY F Room 453. Larsop Bulil
1501 2nd Street Tallahassee. Florida 32:
Phone 9041639-5078 (904) 488-7481
Post Office Box 157
Wewahitchka, FL 32465
Frank Graddy. Owner NOTICE OF
4tp5-13 TO Mr. Sam Sexton
P. C. Box 16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF -THE SE- Creole, Alabama
COND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, Mrs. Doris McArtha
IN AND FOR LEON COUNTY, FLORIDA Rt; 2. Box 110
CIVIL ACTION f-O 82.1078 Ozark,Alabama 363
DIVISION OF BOND FINANCEof the8 Please take Notice t
STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF -'nell will sell al Public Au
GENERAL SERVICES, a public body cor- Ihe Mobile Home. which
porate, on behalf of the STATE OF Sexton P 0' Box, 16.
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT. OF NATURAL said Mobile Home is lo
RESOURCES, owned by Bob E Conri
Plaintill, conducted on Tuesday
vs. the hour ol 10 00 A M.
STATE OF FLORIDA, and the several Tax- door of the office of
payers. Property Owners and Citizens Allorney-At-Law. Ihe sa
thereof, Ircluding tNonresidents owning Souin door of the We
property or subject to taxationt.herein, Bank building.,loi Ie
and All Others having.or claiming any bidder. From Ihe iocee
right, title or interest in properly to be at- be paid lirstl.-he cost
Selected by issuance of the Bonds describ- advertisingp. Ihe storage
ed in the Complaint, and All Others to be mainder. If any, spall
affected in anyway thereby, owner.
,Defendants. PLEASE TAKE NOTI(
IN RE: $200,000,000 STATE OF FLORIDA YOURSELVES ACCORD
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL Is, BOB E CONNELL..
RESOURCES SAVE OUR COAST Sworn to ano subsi
REVENUE BONDS. Ihis 101h day ol May. 19
S .151 s/Phyllis Shipman No
NOTICE TO. STATE OF FLORIDA. AND NOTICE TO REC
THE SEVERAL TAXPAYERS. PROPERTY Tne Gull County S5
OWNERS AND CITIZENS'THEREOF. IN receive bids until 900
CLUDING NONRESIDENTS OWNING '28. 1982 n the police
PROPERTV..OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION ',enl-o,.((Schools on, u.
"HEIN, gQTNpAL@ QrTERS .-ING, .hese may pe kqee.ai
bR CLIMhNG A YRIGHf TITL iN.- WI d Ridhge oea'veentY'
TEREST IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED A M Ridg 11 0 A M andee
BY THE ISSUANCE .OF THE BONDS Monday Inrough Friday
DESCRIBED HEREIN, AND ALL OTHERS 'available at the shop
TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY WAY eondenl:s office Tne B.
THEREBY rignh to reject any anc
You, and each of you, and Ihe State ol 'mf k your b enveorpe
Florida. through the Slate Allorneys'for
the First. Second. Third. Fourth,. Fiftn, B Waller Wider. Supt
Sixlth Sevenlh. Eighth. Eleventh.-Twel't .
Thirteenth. 'Fourteenth. Fifteenth. Six-. -
teenth. Seventeenth. Eighteenth, Nine- BID NO.
teenlh ano Twentietn Judicial Circuits ofl The City ol Poil St.
Florida, are hereby requiiea to appear quests bids for' a 198
before this court in the Chambers of the Specifications may be
undersigned Circuit Judge al the Leon .Cliy Clerks Oflice P I
County. Courthouse In Tallahassee, Joe. Florida Bid openir
Florida, on the 17th day of June. 1982, at he regular meeting ofl
9:00 o'clock A.M and show cau se, if any' sion on June 15. 1982
you have. why the prayers ofl.the*Com-
plaint -iled In Ihe above-styled cause CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
should notl be granted and the Bonds, the By Isl L A. Farris
security therelor, anrd proceedings CilyAudiloriClerk
validated and confirmed as therein ..
prayed. The Bonds to be Issued by the BID NO. WM
Plaintiff herin are described as follows'. The City of Por. SI
$200.000.000 STATE OF FLORIDA Quesis bids for a nign
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL Cleaner. Speclicalions
RESOURCES SAVE OUR 'COAST from the City Clerk's 01
REVENUE BONDS (hereinafter 'Bonds") Port St Joe. Florida. Bi
to financed acquisition and improvement- held at the regular
of lands, water areas and related meeting on June 15. 19
resources in Bay, Brevard. Broward. CITY OF PORT ST JOE
Charlolle. Citrus, Collirer. Dade, Dixie, By ist L A Faris.
Duval, Escambia. Flagler, Franklin. Gulf. City AudillorlClerk
Hernando. Hillaboiough, Indian River. -,
Jefferson, Lee, Leon. Levy, Manatee. Mar- FICTITIOUS
tin, Monroe. Nassau. Okaloosa. Palm Notice is hereby giver
Beach, Pasco. Pinellas. St Johns. St. Section 865.09. Florlo
Lucle,. Santa Rosa. Sarasola, Taylor.' undersigned person Inl
Volusla. Wakulla, and Wallon counties, with the Clerk of ihe C
Florida, as more fully described In the Counly. Florida. lou we
resolution of Ihe Governor and Cabinet of publicallon of tnis notil
the Slate of Florida (tine "Resolution") as name or Irade name un
the governing board of the Division of be engaged In business
Bond Finance ol the State of Florida business Is to be carrlei
Department ol General Services .(the B&LUPHOLSTI
"Division") which Resolution, dated May TRIM SHI
4, 1982, authorizes the issuance of the 104 6th Street Hi;
Bonds Tne Resolution provides inal the Port St Joe
Bonds. in an aggregate principal amount Lynoa F Wlllian
S not to exceed tIo hundred million dollars
($200,000.000), shall'be dated and shall
mature on such dales and In such years
and amouhls as shall be provided by
subsequent resolution of the Division Apples, grapes,
adopted on or prior to the sale of Ihe plums and che
Bonds The Bonds may be Issued sub- be stored in the
stanllelly in Ihe form. and shall be sub- i.m ediately aft
led to oiner lerms and conaltlions as pro- immeiae a
vided In the Resolultion The Bonds snail and are best e
be Issued pursuant to Ine provisions of a week.
the Outaoor Recreatllon and Conservation
Act o1 1963 (Chapter 3/5. Florida
Stalutes) and Ihe State Bond Act
(Chapter 215, Florida Stalutes), and shall
bear Interest at not exceeding the max VY
Imum lawlul rate of Interest on Ihe dale
Ihe Bonds are sold.
The Clerk of Ihis Court Is directed to l
cause a copy ol Ihls Order to be publish-
secutlve weeks, commencing with tne
first publlcallon, whicn shall not be less
than twenty (20) days prior to the date setl
for the hearing nerein, In newspapers of
general circulation published' In Bay.
Brevard. Broward, Charlotte, Citrus. Col-
lier. Dade. Dixie, Duval, Escambia,
Flagler. Franklin, Gulf. I-fernando,
HIIIsborough, Indian River, Jefferson.
Lee, Leon, Levy, Manatee, Martin,
Monroe, Nassau. Okaloosa. Palm Beach.
Pasco, Pinellas, St. Johns, St Lucie, San- A u
ta Rosa, Sarasota, Taylor, Volusia.
Wakulla and Walton counties. Florida.
DONE AND ORDERED In Chambers at rA 4
Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, this
61h day of May. 1982. 1
laI Victor M Cawthon. Circuit Judge
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I DO HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and 221 Rei
correct copies of the Complaint and the
Order in the above-styled action have
been served on Curtis A. Golden. State W e"
Attorney for the First Judicial Circuit of
Florida, P 0. Box 12726, Pensacola.
Florida, 32575, Donald S Modeeltt. Slate O Y ,
Attorney for the Second Judiioal Circuit ROY S
of Florida. 500 Lewis State Bank Building
Tallahassee. Florida 32302. Jerry M.
the Third Judicial
Diawer 1546. Live
fourth Judicial Cir.
rival County Cour.
lorida 32202. Got
He Attorney for Ihe
Florida. P.O Box
32778, James T
ty for the Sixth
rida. 416 Pinellas
Boyles, State Al.
Judicial Circuit of
Annex. 125 E
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worth. State At.
judicial Circuit of
Reno. State At-
Judicial Circull of
ml. Florida 33125.
e Attorney for the
I of Florida.2070
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niey lotr the 'Thir.
of Florioa. County
Dleman, Siari At.
ih Judicial Circuit
In Judicial Circuit
2905. West Palm
Kirk C Zuelch,
3 Box 1086, Key
Micnael J. Saltz.,
rlda201 SE Sixth
I. Florida 33301.
r. Stale Attorney
idicial CIrcuit of
I Courthouse. 400
a. Florida 32780.
Attorney for the
cull of Florida. P
ce. Florida. 33454.
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dicial, Circuit of
399,- FI Myers.
led Unitle' States
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THE STAIi, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1982
Demand for Physical Therapy Services In Home
Demand for the services of
physical therapy in the home
setting is growing faster than
the number of qualified thera-
According to Mrs. Vicki
Padgett, one of .only five
practicing physical therapists
(PTs) in the area who works
with Home Health Care pa-
tients, health care profes-
sionals are concerned with .the
quality of life after an acci-
dent or illness, rather than
just with saving a life. PT
provides a rehabilitative ser-
vice that greatly improves
many patients' quality of life,
and in some cases such as
severe burn patients, it pro-
vides a life-saving care.
Home Health Care patients
needing PT are admitted, to
Home Health Services
through the patient's doctor,
and Home Health visits by the
professionals are coordinated
so that each service is given as
needed. Patients who have
had strokes, have arthritis or
orthopedic problems most
often need-PT- and the Home
Health Care program enables
them to receive all their care
right at home.
"PT helps patients adjust to
their handicap by teaching
them how to function well in
spite of it," lrs.i Padgett
explains. "PT is'bot a passive
profession," Mrs. Padgett
said. "It's up to us to motivate
the patient, to give them the
hope they need to regain their
lost physical function." The'
PT must emphasize the long
range rewards of a physical
rehabilitation program, as
some patients become dis-
couraged with the slowness of
the recovery process.
PTs working with the Home
Health Care program have all
the standard equipment and
special devices needed by
their patients Patients with
injuries interfering with walk-
ing use walkers and crutches
during what is termed gait
training; and patients with
open wounds or arthritis bene-
fit from the portable whirl-
pools. PTs often make sphnts
for-knees, or slings for arms,
and they train their patients to
use braces correctly.
Physical therapist Vickie Padgett is ing exercises to improve his ambulation.
instructing Mr. Ulus Williams in strengthen- -Star Photo.
re lb be
1982a H P AN
nO bes. JOB OPENING
sale wiii (Right-of-way Helper)
cost of Applications will be accepted
.'o he until Friday, June 4, 1982, for
-right-of-way helper at- the
OVERN Wewahitchka office of Gulf
Coast Electric Coop, Inc. of-'
ore me fice. Applicant should have a
general knowledge of power.
c cutting equipment. For infor-
rmation contract Junior
,oa ,,' Strange at Gulf Coast Electric
T May Coop., Inc. phone 639-2216. (an
r,l,, :equal,opportunity employer)
ECop in., I
o, 730. Wanted: Persons to work as
00 P M relief staff at Group Living
,uDe.in. Home for 8 mentally retarded
ves the men. If interested call"
Please 229-6327. EOE.
21520 Wanted: Carriers for the
Highland View area, for the
Panama City News-Herald.
ria re- Call 229-6676 evenings.
Port Si Immediately open: Tal-
neia a lahassee Democrat news-
;ommis paper' route in Port St. Joe.
Good part-time earning along
with generous transportation
20 & 68 allowance., All you need. is
good credit, good transporta-
ioa. ie tion and ability to meet public.
sieam Call Mike Creek, 599-2202 or
Box A 697-2654 collect. tfc 5-20
0 U 6 08 .
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
uani 10 V.F.W. meets the second
es. the Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
teglste day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
Ine lrst in the Fla. Power Lounge.
chsara The Disabled American
1. Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6-4
4" 15-3 There will be a regular com-
munication of Port" St. Joe
rries, Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every
would first and third Thursday at
rator 8:00 p.m.
chase B. F. NUNNERY, W.M.
within J. P. Cooley, Sec.
For Rent: Mobile home
12x65', 2 bdrm., 2 full ba.,' air
cond;, new carpet, real clean.
Furnished, $195; unfurnished,
$175. Call 229-8669 after 5 p.m.
3 bedroom furnisheV
trailer at Overstreet. Call
648-53Q6. '- tfc27
Office space available soon.
201, 'Monument Ave., C''l
227-1,199 or after 6,, p.'m,.
227-1363. tfc 5.-2Q0
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at 'Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
Mobile home sites, efficien-
cy apt., mobile homes, and
campers for rent on beach. By
day, week, month'or year. Ski
Breeze Camp Sites.. Call
229-6105. tfc 1-7
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with 'HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe, Furniture.
Will buy lamps, dishes, pic-
tures, old crochet pieces. Call
229-6254.- tfc 4-8
Massage techniques are a
part of PT training, but the.
'techniques are different for
patients, who must deal with a
special health problem, than
for healthy individuals. Mrs.
'Padgett points -.out that the
massage techniques must dif-
fer when applied to the injured
areas-where the muscle tissue
already suffers added stress.
Extra care. must be taken to
insure against further injury.
When: professionally admini-
stered in this way, massage
can -.be most beneficial to
patients who have muscle
strain, or muscle spasms
secondary to injury.
The PT works with the
nurses, nurses aides, occupa-
tional therapists, and speech
therapists as needed to pro-
vide total health care for the
patient. Most importantly, the
PT works closely with the
family members on a regular
basis to train them to help the
patient regain the physical
functions he has lost. They are
taught to protect themselves
from injuries they can receive
while giving care to the
patient. As Mrs. Padgett
explains, physical rehabili
tion requires a certa
strength and knowledge on t
family's part, and consisted
motivation on the part of t
patient. She said support
families are essential to t
success of PT services in tI
CAPE SAN BLAS, FLA.
Saturday, June 5 11 A.M.
LOCATION: From Tallahassee take Route 20 to Blounts-
town, then South on 71 to Port St. Joe. From there take a
left on 98, then right on 30. Watch for Auctions signs mark-
FRONTING ON INDIAN LAGOON
Near Golf Course Shrimping & Oyster Beds
Excellent Fishing Paved Road Frontage
Here is your opportunity to purchase one or 49 tracts of beautiful waterfront property ...
with some of the best fishing in the country. Perfect for a vacation or retirement home.
Paved road frontage on Highway facilitates easy'access to property and nearby State .
Parks A beautiful golf course, along with recreational and camping facilities are near- .
U;.Ilties available include electricity, telephone and a private water system. This proper-
ty also contains shrimping and oysler beds, and a wealth of picturesque scenery. The-
value of this land is sure to increase, so come make your inspection NOW and be ready
to bid Sale Day. Remember, AT AUCTION you set the price!
TERMS: 25%0 down, balance over 5 years at 12,o. with monthly payments.
CALL OR WRITE FOR BROCHURE
Property h us -- Rg. U. S Trademark
1623 A N. Magnolia Ave. OCALA, FLORIDA 32670
Licensed Broker Phone 904-622-3719
LICENSED BONDED INSURED
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.
Own your own Jean-Sports-
wear or Infant-Preteen Store,
Ladies Apparel i ALSO SHOE,
ATHLETIC SHOE STORE i.
Offering all Nationally Known
Brands such as Jordache,
Chic, Lee, Levi, Vanderbilt,
Calvin Klein, Wrangler over
200 other brands. $7,900 to
$19,500 includes beginning in-
ventory, airfare for 1 to Fas-
shion Center, training, fix-
tures, Grand Opening Promo-
tions. Call Mr. Kostecky I612.)
MEXICO BEACH. One year old, double-wide mobile
home on 2 lots. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., includes some furnish-
ings,. dishwasher, frc st-free refrig., stove. Partial owner
financing. Corner 6th and Florida Ave.
ear In and Year Out You Will Do Well With
rhe Insurance Store Sincer 1943,:
to Home Business Life
od Bonds Mutual Funds
8:30 til 6:00 Monday through Friday "
id Avenue Phone 227-1133
are HERE to Service What We Sell
SMITH, Agent FRANK HANNON Agent
MEXICO BEACH BEACHSIDE. Quadraplex. 3 bdrm., 2
ba. each unit. Central h&a/c. Brick construction. 34th St.
ST. JOE BEACH. For Discriminating Buyers. Loevely 3
bdrm., 2 ba. brick home w/pool. Quality construction i
plus all conveniences, screened porch, dbl. gar. w/doors
& plenty of stor. 2 lots on corner w/paved streets. For
appt. & complete info. call today. Financing available.
Corner Court St. & Alabama.
* WATERFRONT & BEACHSIDE LOTS NEW TOWNHOUSES
WETAPPO LOTS STORAGE WAREHOUSES
urn mnrn_ otr
Cathey P. Hobbs, RealtorAssociate
Barbara Sullivan. Associate
Branch Office 229-8493
Britt Pickett, Associate
Orena Miller, Associate ::
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate
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Public Notice -
NOTICE OF TAX CERTIFICATE SALE
Pursuant to Chapter 197.062, Florida Statutes, Notice lp hereby given that on the
1lt day of June, 1982, atI two o'clock P.M., Tax Sale Certiflcates will be sold on the
following described lands to pay the amount due lor the taxes herein seat opposite the
same, together with all costs of such sales and all advertising. Sale Is to be held at the
Gulf County Courthouse, Port SL Joe, County of Gulf, State of Florida.
EDA RUTH TAYLOR TAX COLLECTOR
--MALBUkM JEqRR L. ET UX
mLK 15 r[irN LASTS SUOD. 'UNIT NO. 1
LOT 4 5 S5/2 UF LOT 5 ORB 81/1646
S ---WALdUUM JhRRY L. CHARY B.
uLK S1 'TWIN LAKES sUdO. UNIT NO. I
LOT 6 S4 N1/2 OF LOT 5 ORB 80/821
--DAVISJAMES G. -
uLK 1 TIN3 LAKES SUBO0 U1IT NO 1I
LOTS 104 12.- ,
DOUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISION
IN Ndl/4 OF.SECT 34/5/9 C ART
OF FRACTL SECT. 27/5/9 '
-SIEIART PAJLINF H.
BLK 1 OOUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISION
LOTS 2- 4 E 6 ORB 83/915
dlK 4 DOUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISION
LUTSS & T1
--PFTTIS'J. K. & HAZEL
ULK 8 OPUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISION
SLOTS IS E N 15 FT, OF 14
S-PETTIS HAZEL .
BLK 8 JGUGLAS LANDING SUBOIVISION
S S 50 FT. OF ,LOT 1-.
WI1NOA 'GARDENS SUBO.
- OF W 1/2 OF SECTION 5/6/9
25 3 10 -SNELL 'ONALO E '
SRIEC'O ORB 69/1049 FROM SEXTON
REING PARCEL NO..15
SIDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT 1"
SE:T 23 T 13 R 10
--BROAOER L. E.
IOLEWOOD PARK SUBO.
BEG. AT SW COR. OF LOT 3 N 70 FT
-EASTERLY 64.85 FT N 66 FT.
.* ESTERLY 84.65 FT S 66 FT. TO POB
I -BROWME L. E.-
BLK I ILEMOOC PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT I
N 14 FT. OF LOT 3
--RRODOER L. EA.
BLK 1 IDLEWOO PARK SUBI VISION UNIT I
E 21.24 FT. STRIP FROM LOT o
-BROWDER L. E.
0 197 ,
+", '0 '2 77 ':' ",' ,
* 9 6 8 -WNITFIELD 'PRESTON
ORH 74/661 FROM ET46HEL JO ANN
WHITFIELO ACRES AT HONARO CREEK
NEI/4 '9F SWI/4 OF SECTION 5 T.P 7
S RGE a WEST
LOTS 60 TY 133 FI
--BAILEY GEORGE MARVIN
LOT 60 BY 130 ORB
66/573 FROM GOOLSaY EARL 0.
--MC ROLE LARRY
iBL C WHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION
A LOT 73 BY 100 FT. C A LOT 110
FT. BY 110 FT. IN LOT I FROM
-MC AROLE LARRY
ILK C WHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION,
ALL OF LOT 4 N. OF COUNTY ROAD
--CANNON EMMITT C ET UX
BLK F WHITFIELO ACRES SUBDIVISION
LOT. 3 210 PT. BY 210 FT. LOT:6
210 FT. BY 210 FT.
7-CANNON EMMHIT ET UKX
BLK F WHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION
LOT 5 190 BY 210 FT ORB 74/661
WHITFIECD ACRES SECOND ADDITION
TO HOAROD :REEK
ULK 1 MHIrFIELD ACRES 5LCOND ADDITION
LOT 9 ORB 05/559
--BROGDOU JULIUS 0.
BLK 2 WHITFIFLD ACRES SE:ONO ADDITION
bLK 2 MHIIFIELD ACRES SECOND ADDITION
LOtI 4 ORB s5/559
--PAItKEk SAMKY '
BLK ,2 WHIITFIELD ACRES SECOND ADDITION
--MAVU DELBERI R. ET Ux
BLK 3 MHITFIELD ACRES SE:ONO ADDITION
--MAYO OELBET" R. ET UX
bLK 3 WHITFIELD ALRES SECOND ADDITION
'--COOPSR JAMES C. MRS.
bLK B NHI4FIFLq ACRES SECOND AODIIION 0
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES A SUBO.
r OF S1I/4 OF Si/4 OF SECTION
S TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH RANGE B NEST
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
--HEWETT JAMES B. EI AL
BLK "3 HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES SUBD.
S1/2 OF LOT 2
MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. I
S1i/4 OF SE1/4 OF SECTION 4S//B
BLK I MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. I
MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNII NO. 2
SNI/4 OF SE1/4 OF SECTION 5/7/R
--HOLMES JOSEPH DALTON
BLK 2 MAGNOLIA ESTATES UNIT NO. 7
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. I
IN S 9 T 4 R 9
--SINGLETARY J. E. & JOHN PAGE
BLK 2 KENTUCKY LANDING SJBDIVISION
19 4 9 -BROWDER L.E. ET AL
'" ORB 11/68"
i6 4 9 -NOSKINS MYRTLE OPAL
75 FT A 12S FT LOI IN ORIC. GOVT.
LOT 4 ORB 55/746
CHIPOLA RIVER CUT OFF SUBDIVISION
SECTION Ia L 17 I 4 4. 9
--POTTER B. 0.
BLK I CHIPOLA RIVER CUT OFF SUBO.
HARLAND 0. PRIDGEON PLAT
CUT OFF RIVER RECORDED ORB /IO10
SECTION 17 I 4 R 9 GULF COUNTY
41 9 -LYNN ELIE E.
A LOT LYING NORTH OF STATE RD.
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
UNIT.NO. I SECTION 30/4/q
--HOBBS EMORY CAY El UX
BLK C RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. I
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. 2 SECTION 30 I 4 R 9
--CARbtrNNEAUS MICHAtL tI UX
L. oK H RET BULL ISLAND 5UBD. UNIT NO. :
--CARBONNEAUS MICHAEL FI UK
ILK H REDE BULL ISLAN URDO. UNIT NO. 2
S --IIMEkAMAN SIL
oK K REDO,EULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2
SLOT I "' L
; --SMIIH EP"-ITT E'T'UX 'r L.-
bLK N RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNII NO. t
--SMIIT: EMMITI ET UX
ULK N RIO'BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
--SMITH ENMITY ET UK
BL N RE3 BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2
--SMITH ENMMIT ET UK
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNiT NO. 2
--SMITH ENMIlT El UK
S BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
--SMITrH EM-TI ET Uk
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUOD. UNIT NO. 2
--SMITH IMMITI El UX
ILK N RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. /
--SMirH EMNITI ET UK '
BLK P RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
--SMITH EMITT ET U.
ILK P RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNII NO. 2
--MORRIS EARNLSI N. 'EITl
ULK R RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2
LOIS 2. 31 C 4 ORB R2/4 1
RED BULL ISLAND UNII NO. 3
IN U.S. GOV'! LOT 2 FRACTL.
SiCTION 10 I t S3UIH RANGE 9 WEST
GULF COUNTY. FLORlOA
--GIOGAN ERNESI .T1
WLK 1RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NOD. 3
COCHRAN LANDING PROPERTY
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION UY PARKER
31 4 9 -NkAL ANNIE RUTH
100 BY ITS ORB -n/65b FROM GILBERT
1 s 5 9 -CAUSEr EDWARD G.
ORR 81/412 FROM-EOGAR IN SE COR.
20 5 9 -IHOMAS GEORGE L."rC BILLIE F.
REC'O ORB 72/1I8 FR. KYSER LYING
IN THE SE1/N OF SMI/4 OF SECT.
20 5 9 -COKER 4OY F.
REC'Q ODB rI/b6S FR. STEWARI
OO-BVY 100 FT.
20 5 9 -MAYHANM-BILLY JOE El U>
REC'D ORB 71/o39 FROM FOSTER
A STRIP OF LAND INf IHE NEC OF
NMI/4 OF SAl/4 UF SECT 20 L
JOINIkh: UP TO TINDELL.
RIVERSIDE" PARK SUBDIVISION
CORRECTIVE REPLAY UNIT NO. I "
BY JOE I1 LAND IN SECTION II T 4
RANGE 9 WESI. GULF COUNTY FLA.
ULK 41IVERSIDof 'A Ur-'l. uIl N-u. I
LOT I1 Ulb a/31?O
-i> YVIN L'IrLE% A, c I ul
BLK 3 RIVEASIUF AIR Kuc). uNIT NJ I
-'LIStbBY GEORGk El JK
UtiK 4 4)NVERSfIDE ARK L'dl. uNIT NJ. I
LOT 12 UtRb 19/01 .
--L ISlcNb ".L 'IE. tT JS
dLK 4 qlVEqSIl;f PAR*, Sun. ulIr Nu. I
LJI 14 ORU 19/ 114
TWIN LANE aUdrII1IS1I u1NI I
IY JiT I LANI SECT lb/1/10
ULK 9 rT!N LAKES KU-ID. JNIT NU 1
LJr 6 LES' 15 FT
--KALdUKN J5RRY L. ET U'
ILK 13 TWIN LAKS SUoon. UNIT AU I
--.--ALUURRI JERRY L. "T UX
ULK 13 ThIN LAKES SUno. UNIT NO 1
',* LO A ', '
'. 123.34 6 :"
. 625.00 '.
'. $30.26 .
'''* '$35. 6 ..
BLK 6 IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT 1I 12.30
E 30 FT. OF LOT 12
RIViERSIDE ESTAeS SURUIVISION BY
GASKIN bOTHERS LUMbER CO.
BEING IN SECTION 16/4/9
--:ARTrR J3HV W. 8 1422
BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUbOIVISION 1261.56
NI/2 OF LOT 3
--PEADEN GUIEORY A* 'S 1436
:BLK S RIVERSIDE ESTATES SURDIVISIUN 1148.70'
--PEADEN R3BERT E. ET UA 1437
.BLK S RIVERSIDE ESTATES SUBDIVISION 60.49
CENTRAL LANDING SUBDIVISION ,
SEIN; IN SFCT 36/3/10
--HOBBS S.* .* C NELLIE'H 3 14d67
BLK 1- CENTRAL LANDING SUBDIVISION S179.25
3 4 10 -CORY JERRY S. ET UK a 1I17.007
Sl/2 UF Sl/2 LYING S. OF STONE (40.16
S MILL' CREEK LESS'W. 160 VOS OS,
3 .4 10 -TH3NAS SAMJEL ET U< 8 1517.024
ORA 66/235 FROM RR3GOON 47.66
10 4 10 -COBY JERRY S. ET UX a 154l.007
NEl/4 OF NEl/4 ALL PART OF NEl/4 613.52
S. HAT LIES S. UF ST3) "MILL REEK '
M. WEEKS LAKt SUDIOVISIN
* ScrIU% 14/4/10'
--JRGAN I. J. Ek UK. 152.001
HLK 2 4LrKS LAIE SUBDIVISION $13.27
--NE '11' RTIVE .' 8' 1610
S ULA 3 cEKS LAKE !ULnDIVISlN 74.99
14 4 10O-MCOANI'.L UORIS 1686.001
%.EC'n 'IR1 T7/686 bUING 175 FT. BY .1le.4.64 ':-
* 14 4 10 -RUSH tNA 161 .
259. FT STRIP LYING DUE w ACAR&S $42.24
LAKS ST. 1
SIS- 4 -FLOWERS LOUIE '. 171.002
'OMMENE NFC OF ,N1 1/4 OF Sd '1t4. 145.65
S 103 FT TO PORB A 50 FT.:.S 150 .
FT 1 IS0 FI*.'N.5 FT, 100 FTe
M N 125 FT TO PLIB U b70/506 FROM-,
S 16 4 10 -At;' KAFT 4INC. D 1
3BK 35/13 BEST 132 By 330 FT. UP ?6
LOT 23 ORANIS. ACRES LESS 50 BY'
S100 FT. LOI f TJ D.A '
22 4 10 -STEVENS & ELFON INC. :1* I
ALL 'OF 'El/f OF NEI/4 NORTH OF'SR 1321.9
'22 LESS TO PIPELINE STATION
23 4 10 -ODAVIE THAS 167
BE11lY AT NEC OF W/2 OF Sul/4 OF 1 42.46
S NWI/4 E RU dSO.D FT. IT N 100 ,FT.
TO THE BEG.
23 4 IU -qAKIER S|i5 ES'I. C/O CARBERT 1775 ,
S LI II 0 IU 151 FI ORB &0/135 599.64
,. C. L. 014G1N ADO Tn ITE CITY OF ;
* ;. HEtAHITCHKA. FLORI1A ALL CIIY
E ; IOI9 73//10 ll/4 OF NEI/4 OF
--IULLINS JA'ES H. ET U 3 a 101T.001
bLK 4 C. L. MORGAN AOD TO MENAHIlI..HA 130.26
"--MULLINS JAItS H. 1808I l
S uL C. L. MORGAN ADD TO )iEWAlTriTHKA A6.63
Si LOT 5 C LOT 3
: 23 -4 10 -TANFHILL BRARBA 1840
LOT I RLK I ALALEA GARDENS 265.35
S REC'D N111 i-4/T.75 U ORB 3/16i/b
LESS 13 RAtNES
2 23t 4 10 -BLCK LEE ESI L/0 ROBERT JONES 16 '
R I /i' LESS SiLD T OTHERS -* '1B.79
LAKE ALICE ADD 13 WEdAHITCH"KA
BY E.. KULLINGION PARTS OF .
Ndil/4 OF SW1/4 '
--GRIFFII C..ARLS L. 6 i;' eO.BOI
S : LK 6 LAKE ALI:E ADD 1 E IAHITCHKA 110.26
S LOTS 1. F. LESS d Nb FT. PFF EACH -
LOT F. d'NN Tkrr
TO WEMRHIT:HKA. FLORIDA
SEClION 25 1 4 R 10
ILK --iNHIlFIELO MICHAEL d. 3 2339.010
BLK 1 RISHES SUBDIVISION 1 290.26
-iHITIFELD JAMES FRANKLIN 210
BLK 1 RISHES SUB(IVISION 156.41
LOTS 10 II. .
--GAINOUS JOHN O CARYLON 23146
BLK 3 RISHES SUBDIVISION 110.26
z LOT 10
--GAINOUS JOHN 0. E CARYLON 6 2346.002
S LK 3 RUSHES SUBDIVISION S30.26
-'* .'I LOT ..1. .
--AR1D C4ARLES E. ET UX 3 2147.020
S LK 3 RISHES SUBDIVISIOrN ]83.83
LOT 1 E NI/2 OF LOT 4
-KENOqICK BOBBY EY UX 3 2)50
BLK I RISHE.S SUBDIVISION 130.26
CLECKLFYS ADDITION UNIT NO. I
'* TO WMEAHIItCHKA. FLORIDA
SECTION 2 I 4q R 10
-OLIVER JONAIHAN iALFER 0 2361.
BLK I CLECKLEVS ADDITION UNIT NOD. I 23.34
LOT 22 ORB aI/T74
IDA GRIFFIN SUBDIVISION
TO MENANITCHKA. FLORIDA
IN SECTION 25 T 4 10
25 4 10 -OLIVER DORDIHY. D9 2445
225 FT ON COCHRAN RD. E BACK 113.172
,,- ,., r TOHElIJ AVE. FROM MILLERGREN .
; ,r-iREC'-OD4/329 I. -c w
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CLECKLETYS ADDOIII0l III UNRECORDO. 36.96
LOTS 66 C 6b .14 ACRES
S ,2 4 10 -BEAN JOHN M. AT UX 6 2452.016
S: ORB O0/1S19 130.26
26 4 10 -HAND BRYANT El UX 3 24S5
LOT N0 BY 100 FT ORB 35/644 S13.00
26 4 10 -BOSICK VERA C CHILDREN v 256 -
BEG I I THE SHC OF 11/4 OF NHI/4 O9.00
OF 26 UN E 99 VOS N 291 FT W-99
VC S 297 FT TO P3B LESS TO BELL
S ; TO EMAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
I. N SECTION 26 T 4 R 10
-ADDISON ALBERTA 3 2492
BLK B WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION I' 2.51S
LOT 14 OR8 82/7
BASS, MILLIE FRED .. 2I11
BLK E MILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION t7.04
LOTS 9.o 10.
S-ROSTICK CHARLES E VERA I 3 I
'4: LK G WILLIAMSBURG SUBDIVISION 1 17.5
S LOT 2
,. ,/.- --PINDLEY EAROY # 2134
'BLK C MILLIAMSBURG SUbDIVISION ; 11.14
LOT 1 -.
:P *IIE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
STO MEMAHITHKA. FLORIDA
IN SECTION 213 4 I 10
--HAND BRANT E ANNIE GINE I 2136
BLK I PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION 1116.34
LOT 6 DRR 69/723
--HILL MILLIE R. 25J :
BLK 3 PINE RIDGE SUdDIVISION : S124.29
OF HEWAHII:HKA. FLORIDA
SECTIU N 6 I 4 R 10
S -MHIIEHJRST JOHN 9 2S70.010
LESrERS SUBDIVISION 19.00
S LOTS 15 36. 7,T 39. ORB 73/21
6o '4 10 -GARDNER JAMES 25184.001
A LOT 90 UB 145 FT. FRONT SEAVV 21l1.57
RECORD ORB 1/662
'36 14 I0 -HUGHES wILLIAM WILLIS 0* Z16
SEC'0 ORDE L/931 FRONT WHALEY 1103.10
36 4 10 -SRAY MARTHA 9 2590
REC'D ORB 72/48 FROM nHALEY 544.64
BEING 130 BY 165 FT. LOT ," ,
THOMAS SUBDIVISION OUT OF SECT 36 1'.
AND 25 IMP 4 SR 10 NEST FILED
FOR DEqMANENt RECORD SEPTEMBER
26. 1978 REC'O PLAT ROOK 3 PAGE. : :
".+ 13 PUBLIC: RECURS ':
36 4 10 -DANIELS JOHN WILLIAN JR. 8 2601.001
D "' ORB 34/68 '. 11.57
3I 4 10 -FILOS.JUME'R. 26S :
ORB 44/781 .LESS TO SMILEY 5862.09
S* BEING 1.03 ACRES
-NSUNNYOOD ESTATES UNIT NO. 2 PB 3
PAGE I1 LOCATED IN NEl/4 OF -P '
5110SE.IIO 2 I 5 R 10 ID
S 12 5 I 10 -JOHNSON CLIFFORO M. ET UK r 270 .O0
S IN THE SEI/4 OF SEI/4 ORB 60/232 1141.49
3 5 10 -HARVELL JAMES Mo '2730.010
REC'D ORR 55/BB1 FROM HARVELL '(20.22
11 I 10 -HARDY HUEY H. ET Ut 3 21L
A 10T 187.FTO FT FY 610 FT FROM 111.12
'd POLLY 04B 8/28T ,
II 7 10 -MULLER STANTON Q. ET. UX a 2623
S A LOT 70 FT. FACING CO., RD. RUN 146.0TO
.. BACK 167 FT. ORB 70/687 FR.BROMN B,
11 7 10 -NEEL WAYNE C LYQIA 8 2839.003' -'
ORB 80/656 FROM RURKE BEING 211 30.14
'.-} 11 ; BY 100, FT.' LOT : : -
BEATTY'5 SUBOIVISION PLAT '
OF NWNL/4 0 SECTION II I 7 R 10 A .;
--CAUSEY LAMAR 2896
L L F' BIEAfTY'S SuODIVISIN 76.67 ,
:--CAUSEYLAMAR-ET 'UX 3 2899 -
BLK F 8EATTY'S SJBDIyISI3N 6.41
SLOTS 12.13l.A4.15.1617. -'
-' : '*'** WARD RIOGE UNIT N I :
SECTION IB T 8 R 10
2' -MAXWELL JOHN 0. 3 8017.00T
SBLK 4' WARD .RIOGE UNIT NO. 1 '' 150.41
MONEY BAYOJ SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1
IN FRACTAL SECTION 19 T 9, R 10
--KING WILLIAM G*. "' 127
BLK A .MONEY BAYOJ SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I 125.16
LOT 1 1 I P *
--GANT CHESTER JR. 3111 .
BLK A 'MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I S24.e40
LOT 4 "
--HESTER DIAMOND 3 132
ILK 0 MONEY BAYOJ SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1I 145.44
--WATSON MARION 1 31 s
ULK 0 MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1I 44.46'
LOTS 10, 11
--WYIN JULIUS 31461
BLK E MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1 .193.39
LOTS 12, 13,
MONEY BAYOU BEACH UNIT NO.-2
IN SECTION 19 T 9 4 10
T 9 10 -WOODOAL, CHARLES E. ET AL S 31*64
ALL OF SECTION 1966T07
9. 9 10 -WO IDALL CHARLES E. ET AL 6 3166 .
ALL OF SECTION .966.07
'17 9 10 -dOODALL :HARLES 1. EY AL S 3174P
N1/2 OF N1/2 "124o.1
i18 9 10 -MOODALL CHARLES E. ET AL S 311 ,
ALL MONEY BAVOU SI:TION $1,02%9.1
19 9 10 -WO90ALL CHARLES E. ET AL 6 3130
ALL FRACTL. SECT. 19 LESS MONEY tli 77
,BAYOU COTTAGES DES. ABOVE BEING
19 9 10-WOODALL CHARLES E. ETAL #3180.001
2570 FT.GULF FRON ML 500 FT 18292.00
LESS TAPPE: c LESS .59- A.
ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES IN SECT. -
16 T A R It GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
--ST. JOSEPH hAY ESTATES INC. A 6749.001
OLK A ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES $61.69
--ST. JOSEPH UAY ESTATES INC. 0 6?49.002
BLK A ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES $61.69
S-ST. JOSEPH dAY ESTATES INC. 0 6?49.001
BLK A ST. JOSEPH BAY STATES \ 61.69
tr -m!7,E ; ST I'. S INC. 3 6249.004
BLK A ST. JOSEPH dAY ESf4TES S61.69
-ST. JU. AY ESTATES INC. 0 6249.008
BLK A SI. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES S61.69
--ST. JOSEPH JAY ESTATES INC. 3 6249.009
BLK A ST. JOSEPH dAY ESTATES (61.69
--SE. JOSE4H BAY ESTATES INC. 8 6249.010
BLK A ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES s61.69
S LOT 10
-ST. JOSEPH SAY ESTATES INC. a 6249.011
BLK A ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES 161.69
--BRYANT GERALOD N. I 6246901l
ULK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES 16.69
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 27,1982
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1982
DEPTH MIL LESS TO MONEY
21 9 10 -STAPLETON ROBERT L. ET UK 3187.007
200 FT GULF FRONT ORB 79/640 $720.98
INDIAN PASS BEACH SUBDIVISION
FRACTL. PARTS OF GOV'T LOTS 1 C 2
IN SECTION 212 T 9 RA 10o
--FISHER WAYNE 0. ET AL 3200.004
bLK 0 INDIAN PASS BEACH SUBDIVISION S90.33
CAMP PALMS SUBDIVISION
IN SECTION 21 I 9 10o
--POWERS RA4P1t M. CS ALPH F. 0 3234
CAMP PAL S SUBDIVISION 11,165.50
LOTS 2 C 3
31 5 11 -MARSHALL' JAMES N. ET UX # 3394.051
EC*D ORB 71/1008 FROM ATCHINSON S35.29
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. :. 0 3405
LOT REC"O ORB 7/115 $18.78
BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION
SEll? 3F LOT 13 3RIG. SECTION 30
ANO LOT 3 ORIG.
j- SECTION 31 T 6 R 11
--HARRELL ROBERT C. ET UX I 3593.001
BLK 6 BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION %163.68
S--tANCHO ALGIIA C/O A. J. BAILY 0 3662
OLK 14 BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION SO110.41.
LOTS I. 19
BLK 15 BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION
* LOT i2 L SI/2 OF L3T 14 ORB
--GRIFFEN CLIFFORDO 3693
.LK IT. BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION 1110.41
LOTS 13,' 15
VU'S ADDITION T13 BEACON HILL
IN SECTION 5 T 7 R 11t
--PADGETT JAMES 3848 .
BLK 3 YONS ADOOITION TO BEACON HILL 81.79
S LOTS 1 ,I 15
--DEEd DUREN AUDREY 3920
ILKK 1.0 YONS ADDITION T3 BEACON MILL "1192.65
6 7 II -HOdAIO R3d1RT H, 1 1 3978.001
100 F 0 iS 980 BY 125 ET. TO $319.66
gULF 0 47/50
S ? /IL HOWMAD RIDER! e', 0' 3985
A PARCEL ON THE EAST SIDE OF HWY $666.52
../* 96'REC'D 0R1 30/463 FROM SHANNON .
S' ORB 6/364
POINT Sr. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
STO VON'S ADDITION PART OF SECTION
S* S TP 7 RANGE 11 WEST
--SMINFESSEL MARVIN A. ET U K 4001.001
bLK S PORT ST. J3E BEACH UNIT NO.' I :' 251.98
S* LOT I
S-NC DONALD A. 0. 1 4006
bLK '6 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I *119.00
LOTS 1. l
--PARKER SAMNIE C. a 009
ILK 6 I PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO*. 61.69
--WOOD CARL )AVID :4048
S LK 11 PORT ST. JOE BEACn uNIT 40N. I 161.69
U UOD CARL 64050 .
SMLK II PORT SE. JOE BiAC "iT NO. I 1134.67
ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
PART 0P SECT:10 S T I I 11 I
ILK 30 ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2 90.33
LOTS lie 14
: --BUTLER ALTON 6 4204.009
ILK 4l ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2 61.69
--BUTLER WALfON 0 4204.011
S ILK 4 ST..JOE RkACH UNIT NO. 4. 96.46
ST. JOSEPH SHlRkS SUBDIVISION
BEING IN SECTION 1lb I I II
1I T II -BERNAL PAUL A. ET UK a 425'.00o
VEST 1/2 OF THE 0.433 ACRES FROM 1239.66
VIRGINIA CARTER BE4hAL ORB '
RATVlE. HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION :
OF 51/Z IF GOV'I LOTS II. 12.
BEING IN SECTION 26 Z T 1 II | "
-MUi3D MILDRED L. a '376
BLK C BAVVIEd HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION 11.44
LOTS 2. 3.
-BRONM J. G. + 4427
BLK J BAYVVEM HEIGHTS SURDIVISION 18.07
S'" LOt 4 '
-BAILEY EMORY C. 0 42
BLK .J BAYVIEW HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION 1. s.74
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
P3RT ST. JOE. FLORIDA PART OF
NEI/4 OF NWI/4 OF SECTION I 8
S R II N 1 WEST ,, 4 6
--GAINER JERRY ,, 46 '
ULK B SE. JOE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION $1.26
S Sl/2 OF LOT o10 ; .. "
CITY OF PORT ST. JIE
S PART OF S:TIONS Ii 2 & SECTION
'" 12 I 8 : ,
--:OOLFY JOHNNY WAYNE B 465I
BLK CITY OF PORT ST. JOE 1298.34
20 FT 3FT S SIDE OF LOT 24 ORB
/2191)3 & 2/922 ,
--HOLLAND 0ORERT L. :/0 P, L.' 4700
BLK 11 CITY OF PORI ST. JOE 460.86
LOT 46 & 14 LESS IS PT OFF NW COR
iAND 15 FT. OFF SE COR. OF LOT 12
--GULF Till INC. P 471S.001
ILK IS CITY. OF PORT ST. JOE I.7
I 20 FT OF El/2 OF LOT IR ORB
--GULF TiIN INC. a 46
BL IS CITY OP POET ST. J2E 40.37
." N ?L7FT BY 90 FT OFF LOT I4 if
'.I 9 fF BY 41 FT S W 4% FT OF LOTS '
S16 II s 20 ORB 11/969 :
-OAVIS JOHN F. L ; 4682
BLK 36 CITY OF PO ST. JOE 12.74
LOT E21 '. .- : ; -
CIT Y OF PUT .11 JOE
OFFICIAL MAP NO. I?
--RARUE J1EL L. S142
ULK 60 CITY OF PORT ST. J3E 110.
LOT 7I "
-ROBERTS RALPH L. EYT UX S 1S1
'LK 61 CIT'OPF PORTST. JOE 17LST.2t
:+ :,bEb! F T.'OF T 11 '9. 'i'
: i ST. JOSEPn A01DDIII01 UNIT NO. I '
*' ': *--GAINNIF GEORGE HOiARM I" I20'
B LL 95, ST. JOSEPH ADDITIOII UNIT NO. 2 5 0.e43
LO.' TS 1, 2.. ''
ST. JOSEPH ADDIIO10 UNIT NO. -4
--HUITINGTON IRA F. 5540
BLK 98 SI. JUStE" AD01II10 UNII NO. 4 11i6.60
LO t W *. .'
S : ST. JOSEPH AODIlfIO UNIT NO. 6
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE PARTS OF
SEIIOS 35, 36, T I R II .
S -JONES ER'IESIf C DOIALU SR. 0 702.001
ULK 1002 CITY 'O oUIT ST. JOE 01IG. :. 142.06
N 60 FT. Or LUT I
--GANI CNESIFR JR. E? UKA 5703
LK 100oo CIY UpF PORT ST. JOE ORIG. 39.06
*,. LOT ,
--GAMI A1RIAN F. SB+. ETUX 0 ST27
S LK 1203 CITY 0 PORI ST. JOE ORIG. 115.79
--GANI C4ESIER JR. El UK 57400
ULK 1903 CITY 0' POlI ST. JIE dRIG. 5 512.4.'
S LOT 31 ORB 83/196
--SIfHINS ROY & dlLLIE MAE F47 3
LK 1004 CITY Or PORT ST. JDE'ORIG. L712ip7 9
--UNDERuOD WilLLIE'R. 5776
Slo 1005C C CITY mOA ST. JOE URIG. 148.59
LOS N14. 16. lB. 20 & 22 ORB
--BEMEV MARGAREI 1'96
ILK 1006 CITY OF, PdOT ST. JOE URICG. $11.92
.. .. J S1/2 0' L OT ; :'12.
SM"lLLVLI ADDITION uNIT NO.
-UNILwiOO0 Dl ILLIt A. 5821.001
S BLK 100 ILVIE AJODIIIDO UNIT NO. 19.53
.- .".. LO T 1 .
'--CLAvroN I C. JOSEPH 8 5868
BLK 10O. NILLVIEW AnDOIION UNIT NO. 1 5107.45
0. LOT 2 OR59 4I/613 ,
i* ,--HIrHUNST A. 0. & JUANITA A. 0 58T2.002
BLK 1010'MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1 $2.21
L. LOT 1i .-
,--PACE BENJAMIN S5889
S BLK 1010 lILLVIFP ADDOITIUN UNET NO. 1 $80.23
NILLVIE ADDITION JNIT NOD. 2
--BYRO CLYDE 05959
ILK 1016 MILLVIEW ADDITION 'JNIT NO. 2 144.66
S LOT 19
--4o0nT14 WILLIE, RE5 ET AL 600DO
S 1318 MILLVIEW ADDITION JNIT N1. 2 $248086
S LOTS IT. 13,
--AI C4ESTER JR. 6025
LK 1019 OIILLVIEw ADDITION UNIT NO. 2 1132.04
; LOT 4
3AK 'R3VE SUBDIVISION
TO PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
BEING IN SECTION 13 T 8 R 11
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA "
S :--HURRAY JAMES I. L -. U 6143
S.ILK 3 OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION 1T7.44
LOTS 13. 15, 1. El/? OF LOT 17
-REGISTER ANNIE N. FST. S 6157
BLK S 3AK AnVE' SURBIVISION 1134.92
*LOT 18 LESS N 10 FT. *
L -6ROBERTS RALPH L. 8 6167
/ BLK 6 OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION 1161.73
f El/2 OF LOTS 3 E LOT 1
3AK AROVE SUBDIVISION UNIT 2
BY A. A. KODEL S 13 T .8 R 11I
23 8 II -DICKENS BLl H. ET AL 0 6736
ALL LESS 8l/7 O NML/4. OF SEI/4 1,776*.41
gF S1l/4 0 LOT 10E LOTS 80*81*
112,1113 LFSS 42.53 ACRES TO CLUR
36 I II -OICKENS BEN H. ET IL 8 6248.001
A TU HOLLIDAY 30.4% A TO JOHNSON 11,361.34
WEEKS E 10 A TO MILLER E PATTER
SUN C LESS t A. TO w FLA. GAS CO
LESS 110.23 A TO CO. LESS SUBO.*
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
BLK 8 ST. JOSEoH dAyT STAfES
--D'ALETRRERTr 70LBO ". ."
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3' LOT 0
--ST. JOSEEH BAY ESTATES INC.
ULK B ST. JOSEPH dAY ESTATES
LOT I0 ..
--ST. JOSEPH dAY ESTATES INC.
S LK B SI. JOSEPH day ESAIlIES
LOI 11 .
S-ST. JOSEPH BAY ESIATES 'INC.
BLK B, ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTAIES "
S LOI 12
--SI. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
BLK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESIAIES .
--ST. JOSEAH BAY ESIIIES INC.
I ULK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESIAIES
-ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
BLK B ST. JOSEPH UAY ESTATES .
r L3T 5:'
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATFS INC.
BLK 8 ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES 7
'q LOT 16. -
'-ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC. '
R IKtB I ST. JOSEPHBAY ESTATES '
LOT IT '.
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC. -
S .BLK' S. JOSEPH BAY ESTArES -
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ES.TRTES INC.'
BLK B '-ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES '
-ST.-JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC. '
B LK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
BLK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
LOT '' '7
'--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
BLK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
--ST. JOSEPH BAY TTETTES INC.
*BILK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
SLOT 76 : '
--ST; IOSEH AV LSTATrrES INC.
BLK B IST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES -
--ST.7JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
S BLK ST. JUSEPH BAY ESTATES.. L
L 1 LOT 28 :'" "' "
S--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
BLK B ST. JOSE'H BAY ESTATES
-ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES INC.
ULK 8 ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
1 9 i1 -MO3DALL SHARLES E. ET AL
2 9 II -WOODALL CHARLES E. ET AL
FRACTL. Sl/2 '. SUB. LD. FR. ST.FL
SAN BLAS ESTATES Pd 3 PGS 20. 21
C 2Z LOCATED IN PART OF SECS 18
& 19 T9S RIIM GULF COUNTY .
I1 9 11 -WOODALL ,CHARLES E. ET AL .
LOTS ,2l3. ORIb. 'C SURED. LAND
12 9 11 -WUOOALL CHARLES E. ET AL
LL' LESS ACRES 'RE5. BY HOLLINGER
13 9 11 -MOODALL N"ARLES E. ET AL
ALL LESS-ACRES RES BY HOLLINGER
14 9 11 -WOODALL CHARLES E. ET AL
LOTS 1.2s3,4. ORtG. S SUBD. LD.
:APE SAN BLAS GULFSIDE 8AYSIDE
PB 3 'GS 24. 24A, 24B E 24C
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1982
.Eva Margaret Maddox James Andrew Simmons
Responsibility to our fellow-
man was the. main emphasis .
* of the Commencement Ad-
dress given on April 25 by
Joseph R. Robbie, Jr., manag-
ing general partner of the
Miami Dolphins, Ltd., to the
259 graduates of Saint Leo
Exercises, Dr. Thomas B.
Southard, President of Saint
Maddox, SinunonsEarn Law o College,, confeed an
,Earn Law Honorary Doctor of' Humani-
,Tties degree on Mr. Robbie and
degrees rom Samford U.an Honorary Doctor of Laws
Ted Turner, the cable tele-. Samford, the nation's third degree on Bishop Symons.e
vision pioneer from Atlanta, largest Baptist university, "Po R eeving her degree fromA.
delivered the Commencement confered degrees on 741 seni- Eells, who received a B.A. in
address and received an hon- ors from 25 states and five Religious Studies through the
orary doctorate during gradu- foreign nations during gradu- Educational Services Pro-
ation exercises at Samford nation week-end. a
University Saturday, May 22. Students from Port St. Joe gram. .
Turner received an honor- receiving degrees were: Eva
ary Doctor of Laws degree Margaret Maddox, Doctor of
from Samford "in recognition Jurisprudence, Cumberland
of his stand against porno- School of Law; and James : '"
graphy on television and his Andrew Simmons, Doctor of
work to upgrade the content of Jurisprudence, Cumberland
television programming." School of Law.
Joseph M. Wilson
- RAYMOND DAVIS DUANE McFARLAND
Davis, McFarland, Receive
Baseball Letters At Livingston
Coach Hoss Bowlin has fielder Duane McFarland,
bounced players receiving both of Port St. Joe.
The Tigers finished 1982
witi a 25-26 mark and a fourth
place finish in the Gulf South
ack Belt Title
Mandy is the daughter of
Chick and Carla Mathis of Ft
Walton Beach, the grand-
daughter of Chick, Sr. and
.. 1 i '
letters from Livingston Uni-
versity's 1982 baseball team:
Earning their third letter
was junior leftfielder Ray-
mond Davis, and junior right-
National Girls Bl
Mandy Mathis, 14 year old
black belt in Taekwondo,
recently placed first in Jr.
Girls Black Belt Division in
the American Taekwondo As-
sociation National Tourna-
ment held in Little. Rock,
Arkansas. Over 1500 students
competed in the tournament
with approximately 40 com-
petitors in Miss Mathis' divi-
Miss Mathis took her trophy
in the free sparring competi-
tion. She "is pictured above
with the trophies she's won in
Taekwondo competition over
the past four years. She began
studying at Lee's Taekwondo
in Panama City and now she
and her family operate their
own ATA school in Ft. Walton
Of her accomplishment
Mandy says, "If I compete
and do my best I always walk
away feeling good whether I
bring home a trophy or not,
but to win this grand national
championship was one of the
proudest events of my life."
Joseph M. Wilson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. James 'T. Wilson of
Port St. Joe, currently a first
class midshipman at the Unit-
ed States Naval Academy in
Annapolis, Maryland, will
participate in' the commence-
ment and commissioning
exercises on May 26. Hewill
receive a bachelor of science
degree in engineering and a
commission as a second' lieu-
tenant in the United States
He will report to- his first
duty station in July at Quan-
tico, Virginia to undergo offi-
cer's training at the Basic,'.'
School. "'": 0" ,..
Gerry Mathis of Panama City,
and Iva Mae Herring 'and the
late L. J. (Red) Herring of
Port St. Joe.
FRIDAY, MAY 28
GOOD SPIRITS II
(formerly the St. Joe Bowling Lanes)
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Live Entertain ment
Under Management of
Navy -Seaman James A.
Oakley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John E. Oakley of 509 Madison
St., Port St. Joe, has com-
pleted recruit training at the
Naval Training Center, Or-
During the eight-week train-
ing cycle, trainees studied
general military subjects de-
signed to prepare them for
further academic' and on-the-
job training in one of the
Navy's 85 basic occupational'
Included in their studies
were seamanship, close order
drill, Naval history and first
aid. Personnel who complete
this course of instruction are
eligible for 'three hours of
A 1981 graduate of Port St.
Joe Jr.-S High ,School, he
joined the :Na'vy.in February
F:I LI: _'I
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