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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1982
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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he People Safest Beaches In Florida
2456 THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1982


ity Faces $800, Dredging Bill


ygineers Come Up With So ttion for Cleaning Out Lagoon


Engineer Pit Pari'lh" ~if -gineers claim the solids have frequently and wants -the the liMits the same as -or gineer who designed the plant the City would need to produce tract of land. He said tests Parrish said some 245
Jones, Edmids and Associ- built up in the lagoon to the removaf of the sludge from the plants, Port St. Joe's emi 'n initially told DER. the plant proven data of the plant's have shown the substance is lion gallons of material w
ates, in his thrdeportlto the point where they are remain- lagoon as a meAns of correct- problem would vanish. would meet the standards effectiveness before the limits not harmful in any manner. removed from the lago
City C* ion, tld the .ing suspended in the lquids'to irgthis .problerh. The City is Pdrrish reported to. which have 'been set for the could be changed now. Parrish pointed out that the the dredging operation.
. BOiid :.f"ighrtt seens a degree thlt they affedt th attackihg the ..problem Coifitmissioii Thisday ;.n't plaht since that time. Parrish IRRIGATION sludge had good fertilizer OTHER CHANGES
,-theya h pl our alter- -e'mission .Waters fro i' 'th fom the 'avenue'of trying to that his search of the'tecq said the plant's limits seem to For disposal of the sludge, properties and would enhance The engineering firm i!
.att'eso co., ply to a.-requ'st' !pnt. ge. th .....t' .. ... ha c erees with have. been set by DER based Parrish has recommended the the pine tree growing lands responsible for nine
b -' ,- tii e ,' .., % ge th li it re.a-, ed to wht ti eo, "r .e. ..i
vbr-'y iit nrent, "of En- : Parrish said his ild' it. is:for 'other sil'hil4r 'lants. has, .revealed that -Port .. on the engineer's claim and sludge be pumped across the targeted for a disposal site. projects at the plant
romntal R.gulation to recommend pu the .Parrish has .agrrd with the 'Jos ,limits schecPide l not on DER requirements. Gulf County Canal and dispos- The engineer said the plans have. been determine
rinntre:'collectd solids, and :'sludgefr'tom'the p1." Vi "A.. City 'Qin.issio '.that were' ...aboit when the design. The engineer pointed out that ed of by aerial irrigation on a were ready for the disposal of DER to be necessary f
S sdge fioi bottom of a pipe-line' uder Culf ... the effluent but his firm must plant's efficient operatic
i thpir.areating Idgoon at- the County Canal, toa woi e .sit now reach agreement with St. The City has been.-
tetr TeatentPlant ote north 6 #lJoe Paper Company to use a until July-of 1985 to con
'" h"" w.sfid 161 Pf C. i-Of ie ,a' 'andpoe d. e, o..
sid all fo of the w riee ifwed be s'read'6ver portionn of their land for a with plans for correct
"'Aiies .will proved be. I~rag'e aiea'and plovedainder .. I,- O i disposal site anc .get permits change in operational
fos eriisT4hed' Pas -r kfromi DER '" see no problem th' as a :'rquifrexen
hnbistop~su eiated'the p L"" ld 'witi the' pemlts' sind the .issug a .Temporary Op
t.i" wO.uld takeg soie .tpm .h88,0o0o. o substance is not harmfull, ing Permit by DER.
ta e ti ... .
0. w ou ld t k @ t ',Itlo l ,. ...6
.h'to' ip t".e1s Ce'C yhaslthe money oi. Parrish said:' The' plant has been.op
.p..-h,,"e; ,,i specdiaI Wasea'". ~The engineer told the City i.'g undeir'temporary. pe
..pTh p.g proc t :~ e iPlant fund topy the'project would pump soiad :ever since it was comp
beeisget. by I i. dr.edgiig. 1 ,50o.gallons per minute ahd somesix years, ago.. Th6
b, `N11, "Hll 'Y.
o .rect a problem "DERhsa ied the plant deposit it on land at the rate of partially of an experi
"'.zi ,ceree a"pr 0l DER.h~ts~claiffied the pl1a.nt -,,,W, q : : .. ,,r ... i xei
"meeti-nemissionlinits "th'e isgoing-overnt.mwater quality not more than two inches per nature, was built undei
plati m recent month E lihmt orfi- effluent too week. The sludge would b-e guidance and approve
"- .... .. ; '. 'p I .plowed into the soil after it is DER,. who has required
.. ... -dried. eral changes since that.
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Dro ln ...
_. '.'. I '- ..... Brace well T"rownfrom Boat
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O k .f rtStJoe should 1ha al ts water we,.ll
.ti1[Vrc.0. diti Y]Jil after su ply fo.
.. aCe. -sift affar e late .lat'year. Le.. 'Robert Julian Bracewell, age 37, a lifelong reside-
g s ipp i ved. fore T Port St. Joe, drowned as a result of a boating ac'pident i
.u pl" :w ,,t-dv d .,'- ily.fhl-.,,w- ..e= _
wa ,'.ii ly cavfirne dif to thd .Brothers River, Friday night
':hc" rvU 4ea ti hae du e tAccording to Sheriff Ken Murphy, the. Sher
d-'-.eb..lli. umt ar I,,Department. received a call for assistance at 10 22
.fro Since hel Officer Cliff Bell of the Florida Marine Patrol and of
: ,..,- St"~ r."n' Robert. Millet,- of' the. Game and Fresh Water
10"e tratr-.n ,. .Copimission and Deputy James Mock of the Gulf Co
'n'pa": "y' .,S L DS6heriff's Deiart ient were sent to the scene to attemil
T- .?- r -MIa ihelo in the accefit.. '
~~~o"nr.vT .' Thie three. officers went to the scene, which was '.
n r ~ 'tlir~e-q te'rs of i 'a mie S~Y t aow 6 a

r-IP~Y7 .4'ii etar ready been icted by;some oflBracewell s ffiends-
'". 'were.in the' river, area wheq tJe accident happened.
iILA -officeis removed the body frarn the water at appro~timan
S" be bgi c the same location-the.accident occurred.
... pui",'i'. oSliejLff Ilurphy gave thi -a-ccoint of the acidd
on- e t e ar' '-' Bracewell and, James Tuillis were "headed north in
"" scn...... .......,.''Brothers (,ier in Bracewell's boat when 'the boat struck
_n .r object in the water, throwingboth men into the river.. T
-a l o opei .w wel had a life jacket and Briacewvell did.not., The two tried to a
'~hvejofi-Lfp, ij- 4Ne ai
s. o 'el s-7eo supplyy the rng t on i o' each other and the life jal&et.got away and floated dowr
days. o wae'u guo o .- river. Tullis then made it to the shore after being urge
"66 ..."0.ate"" u6d thi'oughod'i e.-.. ,m..
S The en.iarged treatment pl a 'norial capacit of Bracewell to go ahead'. The boat, after going around
neary tiwo million gallonsof -a r~ r"y. at around in the-river for several minutes finally struck h
S ifomestic wate ers i thei .. an aveTrag of '.Tullis wenist to the.boat and then went to Howard's Cree
'a a :o.. _4.,.., ... -..:- .
abox: 800,000 gallonsr o t-tfead Wi4te~-i~ dayon a- seek, assistance.
yebabo i basis Alrgeacut o ere0 M, us..sone sheriff Msurphy said, "We appreciate the assistance
.... tou bas .. ga.loars pus.er Sy. .... s Bob's ma friends and also the Marine Patrol and G
of the body."

JPC Offes to Take aa to
Wewa Mayor Ouib


Waste from Plant
St Joe Paper Company of- ident with the paper firm,
feared. the City of Port St. Joe a offered to take the fiber.
money-saving, deal Tuesday residuie from the Wastewateri
night at their Commissionh Treatment Plant and haul 'it
meeting: away froni the plant. Nedley
Robert Nedley, a vice-pres- said fh6 company plans to use,
.. -..... ... _.. the fiber -'for fliel in a new'
*" ^ ': boiler which they are pesenit-
I -W -ly intalling as an economy:
n l aand ecology measure.
Presently, the City is haul-,.
S i' : ing the fiber from the plan(f
and distributing itbover vicant":.
S. land south' of. the city in a:
N -,- contintiuoius hauling operation
S OIl ay which keeps two huge -ihnp
k : trucks busy. Presently, doing
nonas. a safe holidays week away with the fiber is costing
Sei^ -Gulf County in observ- the City money.
ah _..'. M memorial Day. ac- "The paper company.has said
cordihgt.o local law.enforce- it will remove the fiber at their
meant officials DTesdy. expense and at the conveni-
Memoi Day is tradition- ence of the WWP plant opera-
Sally the 'beginning, of 'the tions.
tourist se soi'along the coast Nedley said his firm would
here'inth 'Panhandle, which -waint to begin taking the
.means an influxof people and material around September'or-
traffif;. ';' ::- October, when the new boiler
"I don't think there was is expected.- to be completed
even a fender-bender over the and in operation.
week end", Sheriff Ken Mur- The City agreed to allow the.
phy told The Star following the company to remove the ma-
bliday. trial at the company's ex-
pense.


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or Project Moving Aong On Schedule
Work is progressing on schedule for construction of i. Electric Company's new electric generating plant. The
the Materials Transfer coal shipment facility being built 'ta'dk system is expected to handle some 100 freight car
-here, on 'the banks of the Gulf County Canal. i. lodds of coal per day through the facility which is being
Shipments of, materials were received this past week built here.
by ship of machinery to be installed at te .ransloading When construction was started the first of this year,
facility. Assembly of the materials has already 4egun. :..the firm had plans to get into operation by October of this
S In the photo above, the entrance to the plant Is shown year. Officials say this time schedule will be met unless
as Apalachicola Northern Railroad Company-is putting something unusual happens between now and then.
down an access traik to the plant, which will receive coal In the foreground is shown the main track into the site
shipments from the coal fields of Illinois, Tennessee and r with 'a switch and side tracks being laid out to the left. The
Kentucky by barge, then transloaded to railroad-cars for A facility itself, with machinery lying about in crates, can
shipment to Palatka, where it will be used in Seminole -,be seeh in the background. -Star photo
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Kilbourn to Fill Seat j
Mayor Faye Cox of Wewa- sion met to fill the vacancy onil
hitchka .has tendered her the Commission left byIthe resignation and Max W. Kil- elevation of Whitfield and..-
bourn has been named to fill a named Max W. .Kilbourn,' -J.
Commission 'vacancy on the well-known -businessman to .
Commission in action in We- the unexpired Commission
wahitchka during the past position. Kilbourn will serve
week. until the fall primaries.
Mayor Cox tendered her Other commissioners serv-
resignation in a special called ing on the Commission are
meeting of the Commission Houston Whitfield, Jack Hus-
last week. She had served as band and Terry Linton. .
-Mayor in her first elective --
office since September of 1980. ..
Mayor Cox has been putting
in a considerable amount of
time to the job, being almost"
constantly on the job since her .. :
election. Severe interference
with her personal and family :
life is suspected to be the main '
reason the Mayor elected to
step down.
At the special meeting, the .
Board appointed Commis- .
sioner Angie Whitfield, also
serving her first term on the
Commission, to serve as
Mayor until the next general .
election in September. .
Tuesday night, the Commis- FAYE COX
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Sheriff's Deputies Make Arrests In Six Cases In A Week
e d..a 'Du. Fa M s.. nd...e -i c ...-A_ rv l_. i


The Gulf County Sheriff's Depart-
ment had a busy week last week,
according to records in the Sheriff's
Department.
i.: The first part. of the week,
investigator Phil McLeod and Deputy
James Mock recovered three tires,
from a stash in the 'woods east of Port
St. Joe. The tires were valued at over
$1,000. According to the the Depart-
mfient, they were stolen from a vehicle
paroled on Garrison Avenue near the old
cemetery on April 24.1 '


Arrested for the alleged theft were
Charles Carpenter, age 33 and James
Tullis, age 18. Both were charged with
grand theft. '
MOTOR THEFTS
Investigator Charlie Hill and Depu-.
ty Frankie Mills arrested Henry Mack -'
* Bass, age 39 and Broward Bass, Jr.,
age 21, the first of the week. Both menr
are from Sopchoppy. The arrest was"
the' result of' an incident involving a
theft of outboard motors in the Howard


Creek community,'the night of May 24.
The two men were observed acting
suspicious at the Howard's Creek Boat
Landing by the boat Janding. operator
around 11 p.m., on May 24, accodiUng to
the Sheriff's records. Further' ivesti-
gation -revealed' two boats had been
taken from the lower landing and
brought to the upper landing and were
in the process of being stripped. The
Bass brothers were charged with grand
theft.


GROWING MARIJUANA
On Thursday of last week, investi-
. gator Charlie Hill and Deputy Arnold
Tolliver arrested Mack Taylor, age 21,
of Highland View and charged him with
cultivation of marijuana. The officers
recovered several plants in the woods
north of Highland View. Investigation
revealed the plants allegedly belonged
- to _Mark Taylor.
BURGLARY CHARGE
On Friday, investigator Phil Mc-


Leod and Deputy Frank Mills and Chief
of Police Jonathan Glass of Wewa-
hitchka, arrested Mark Anthony Mc-
Corvey, age 20 and Grady -Ray
McDaniel, age 18, both of Wewahitch-
ka. The two were charged with two0.
counts of burglary. Two residences on
Red Bull Island were burglarized and
various beverage and grocery items
were taken. All items were recovered
except those that were consumed.'
DRUG DEALING
Monday of this week, investigator


Phil Meleoa ana invesugawr uarne
Hill arrested Wellington Farmer, age
28, of Port St. Joe and a 16-year-old
juvenile, charging them with dealing in
drugs. The. arrest was a result of an
investigation into drug dealing at Port
St. Joe High School. Two niclde bags
were recovered and also considerAble
residue from a search of Farmer's
automobile. Farmer was arraigned
before Judge D)avid.Taunton and bond
was set at $5,000. The juvenile was
turned over to juvenile authorities.


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-Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1982


Gulf C




:. .
Wer for Loi


We're sure the Panama City
:News-Herald and others in Bay and
.-,Gulf Counties who are aghast at
: :government trying to do away with
:Ait;de dancing parlors will be happy
':t be able to joust with more
--counties other than just Bay and

..Now, Leon and Jefferson coun-
~~.ties are mulling over the matter of
4", .passing ordinances prohibiting nude
-: dancing emporiums in their borders.
S Gile County Commissioner had the
'. fnmerity to say, "My personal
: i lief, based on living here a long
iine, is that by and large the people
ir this county do not want to see
m .'massage parlors, adult bookstores,
-f ^ less dancing or bottomless danc-
.=gg in this county".
: That is precisely our position
: 're in Gulf County. With'-this
: Wition, we are going to take the
-'.iswerving position that the rights
~iEthose who do not want such in Gulf
9 _=imty have the right to demand
: -BMt they be kept out with an
i"vinance or any other means at
"-Aiir disposal.
Those who wish to have the right
S6iriew these shows if they so choose
'.15 y have that desire if they so want'.
^- c-long as those of us who do not
Z. nt such in our county out-number
R.. E06se who want it allowed, it seems
.. -y reasonable that our rights take
; i-' Sgreatly out-number.
I" We understand the concern of
e' c e who wish to' maintain the
^r, ^ ts of nude dancing joints to
rate if they want to. We
^.. erstand.their concern over free-
Si i and rights, even though we do
agree with them.
ff.. ^We agree that our basic rights
V. uld be protected. ,If anyone
e s alQng& iwj sing t-censor

e ogion or its exercise N('iibai s'
11. eady been done to an extent) we
:IJ, oppose their attempt. When
I 6 se people come along who wish to
*ode decency in our community, we
.i ll also oppose that and keep a
-i ,iOtse watch that the governance of.
is iuich decency does not trample on
2' fie rights-of anyone. '
We understand this is a nation of




[Opposes Lai

:' Dear Mr. Ramsey: it requires v
:' I spoke out against the nude bodies.
'.: ', "Morality Ordinance" Tues- I get a li
day night. As I said, I am not speaking to mr
against the principle behind was going
the ordinance, but I am alternate prop
.against legislated morality. I missioners-foi
-feel that people have a basic future strip '
''right in the Constitution to indecent bus
-' :pursue their happiness, even if have already



Election Tim

IT'S NOW A DEFINITE item. Gulf th
S County will have a new United States
:' Congressman and a new State Repre- DI
tentative by the end of this year. We on
already have the Congressman, I re
'. '-suppose, since the new Congressional
S -districts have been. approved in a
.' special session of the Legislature last
-week. Unless things are changed in the
elections this fall, Congressman Don
: .:Fuqua will be our man in Washington'.
.. Still, I-can't definitely say even this
event will come to pass, since a few
n" men are lining up in the wings to try
S :and unseat old Don when September
and November roll around.
The man in the driver's seat for the


:ob of representative of good Gulf
'-.County in the Legislature is James
.: {Harold Thompson of Quincy. James or
--IHarold or James Harold, whatever he
'is called, has been in the Legislature
::awhile. He, too, will probably have
:,some formidable opposition when the
::voting time rolls around.
I believe most of the men in the
:offices, especially in the offices where
*changes in boundaries are concerned,
.:expect stiff opposition when it comes


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the free and many have died for that
basic freedom. In a pure sense, we
suppose a person has the right to
strip, nude, under the stop light at
the corner of Reid Avenue and Third
Street and dance, take a nap, wash
off, cool off, attract attention,
advertise, or whatever they wish, if
they so desire. We doubt if even the
detractors of the nude dancing
ordinance would uphold such action.
We were concerned last summer
over the numbers of students and
young adults who were coining to
Gulf County from Leon County and
environs, to take a nude romp over
the week end on some of bur more
isolated beaches. Where were those
objectors to having personal rights
trampled on when the law uncere-
moniously took them to jail' and
made a case against them '"for
indecent exposure? They 'wotld
probably have welcomed the help
and were as much within their rights
as operators of nude dancing
parlors.
Where was the indignation in
normally permissive Miami when
the nudes wanted a'private beach set
aside in that part of the state? Were
they.demonstrating and remonstrat-
ing over the' rights of those who
wanted to bathe nude? No, people in
Miami preferred a small amount of
civilization 'and decency 'to '.the
exercise 'f,a base (very base) right!
of a few people.
That's ,what it is here in Gulf
County. It's hiit a matter of denying
anybody's rights or 'freedoms. The.
anti-nudity ordinance, as we see it
arid as we want it, is to preserve Gulf
County as just the 'place a new-
comer to our borders described it
less than. a month ago -' "a, good
place to raise a family". "'A place
where l el safe- for thefirst -
tim -.^ e". .. .. ..-
'. "G'i'County is for lovers .
lovers of decency, law-abiding peo-
ple, and a wholesoine way of life. If
some don't want."this, we would
suggest that they, 'quietly find
themselves some place to live where
they may go nude if they want,.
debase females 'if : they wish, de-
bauch themselves if'that is their cup
of swill:


ws Forcing M%


iewing writhing
tile tongue-tied
any people, but I
to suggest an
posal to the Comn-
r'regulating any
joints or other
sinesses. They
adopted the new


ordinance, I know, but I would
like to propose that instead of
forced morality, why not
require- any business that
wants to feature nude enter-
tainment to. pay a licensing
fee of $500,000.00 annually?
Any Liquor infractions, or
violations requiring Police or
Sheriff' intervention' would


"Where do you get the ideas
for all that crazy., stuff you
write about"' No one has
asked me that question, but I
was hoping someone would. In
case someone, in the foresee-
able future, does ask, I am
going to answer now. This
way, they won't have to ask


Warm days


Sand, more than likely, put me
on the spot. I don't operate
well under pressure.
Ole S.P. is a gifted person.
..-Hold on, now! Before you start
calling me all those unearthly
s4ames, let me explain. Every-
I*. ohe is gifted in some respect,
',or I might say, area. My gift is
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morality
r. sioners may be atheists, or, on s<
double their license fee frorn the same line, decide that one
the next year on. faith is immoral, but another hi
Personally, I would fee not. in
better knowing that no one i' Will this Ordinance& be up
the future may decide tha spread into other areas of our ba
reading "Huckleberry Finn)' lives? Can it force the Cable e'
is'immoral and ban that book networks to censor 'R' rated lo
again, or that going to church, movies, or black out our local
if you do, is immoral, simply television stations because the
because the future Commis- subject matter may be un-
I


a unique ability to concentrate
on a given problem to the point
that my mind clicks into an
altogether different area.
Hence, I come up with some of
my best ideas for writing.
It was just this past week
that a particular problem was
bugging me at work. I calmly


EDITOR...

getting?
What about in our owl
homes? Can I be arrested if
nadverdintly left my window
p and paraded out of thi
athtub? I sincerely hope not
/en if I'm not that pretty to
ok at.
Respectfully,
Kevin D. Byrne
509 10th Street


stood up, walked around my
desk and closed the door. I
returned to my desk, made
myself comfortable and start-
ed to concentrate. In no time
at all, I had come' up with
ideas for writing for the next
few months. I will list a few
titles below for your scrutiny.
Do unto Others Before they
do it to You; My Brother was
an only Child; He Who Rides a
Tiger can Never Dismount;
Greatest Penalty for Biga-
my- Two Mothers-in-Law;
Man can Master any Tongue
But His Wife's; Don't Be Just
Good- Be Good for Nothing;
A Slap on the Back is worth
Two in the Face- Some-
times!; Never Trust a Naked


Bus Driver; A Wet Bird Never
Flies at Night; A Friend in
Need is a'Pest.
You might be reading his-
tory in the making I didn't
realize how profound these
titles were until I wrote them
down. Don't they just make
your mind race with creative
ideas? I can't imagine my
thinking of these before some
of those big-time writers at the
NEWS-HERALD. Remember
what I said about little
acorns?...Hogs usually eat
them.
Until we meet again for
more serious thoughts re-
member: "A stitch in time
will cause your pants to split
someplace else."


Likes What He Sees In Sharks'
Football Jamboree Action


Dear Wesley:
Last Thursday evening I,
along with several hundred
people, had the privilege of
watching the Sharks Football
Team participate in the
Spring Jamboree. It has been
several years since I have
seen a football team in St. Joe


have as much enthusiasm and
tenacity as those young boys.
They made a few mistakes,
but all of Port St. Joe should
look forward to the Fall for an
exciting and enthusiastic year
in Shark Football.
Yours very truly,
Wayne Parrish


te This Year Should Prove Interesting for Gulf County


eir turn to face the voters.
In the Senate chair, we have
empsey Barron who will probably be
the ballot in September," hoping to
tain his seat in the Senate and


We haven't been keeping up with'
Don Fuqua's fortunes here in Gulf
County in the past, simply because he :j
was in another district and we had
enough to concern us without taking


ETAOIN SHRDLU


represent us folks from Gulf Count'

I BELIEVE IT'S GOING to be
adventure when the primaries r
around this fall. Already., 'a few ear
birds have been testing the politic
waters here in Gulf County, w
hopefuls for Congressman Fuqua's se
in the majority so far as declar
candidates are concerned.


see and Gainesville.
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I WAS WALKING down the street.
the other evening and I noticed the
mosquito truck is out, and going.,


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y. care of another district's fortunes or Tossing its poisons to the winds, the
misfortunes. truck will be seen all summer long,
an Taking a look at the district in .i going from street to street, trying to
roll which Fuqua has been running, it is a keep our healthy mosquito population
rly good possibility that Fuqua is more in check.
cal than able to fight the heavyweights This makes me think there is no
ith when it comes to election time. justice.


eat
red


I say this because he has been able
to stay in office for a number of years in
a district which contains both Tallahas-


It seems to me that the biggest
problem we have is in trying to use
chemicals in our everyday lives without


endangering our environment in every,
direction. If we spray, we're endanger-
ing some species or other. From snail
darters to goony birds, wVe're in danger
of putting away forever,- several
important species of bugs or animals.
" With these other insects, which
bother nobody, on the endangered list
so easily, why is it so hard' to even
control such insects as flies, mosqui-
toes, yellow flies, gnats, etc. I would
dearly love to see these pests. on the
endangered list. As a matter of fact, I
would like to see them on the eradicated
list.
There just doesn't seem to be any
justice in our straining to do away with
these common pests to our area, while.
with hardly any effort at all, they tell us
we are killing off all those useful
animals each and every day by putting
fertilizer on the beans and tomatoes.

DID YOU LIKE that rain we had
Sunday?
You can thank me for it. I made it
rain. Saturday afternoon, late, I got
real ambititious and decided I would


polish my old station wagon. So, about
6:451 set out to get the job done before
dark. It took a supreme effort, four
polish cloths and two bath towels to
wipe away the sweat, but I got it done.
Just as the sun was going down, I wiped
the polish off the last. quarter panel,
finishing the job in just a little over two
hours.
You know what. happened on
Sunday. God turned the mop bucket
upside down all at one time and it
poured on us for a while.
I'll tell you very plainly and firmly:
You had better enjoy that rain if my
polishing my car was the instigation of
it. It will be some time before I get out
the polish rag again. As a matter of
fact, it will be cool fall weather before I
get out the polish rag, if then.
I had grandson, Stephen wash the
car in preparation to polishing Satur-
day afternoon. When he got through
washing, he took off into the unknown.
I don't really blame him, but his
disappearing at this momentous time
left me with the entire polish job to do
by myself.


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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions In advertisements, the publishers do not hold
hlums lvM IU able or damage further than amount received lor such adverillsement.
The spaokn ird Is gmen cant tttlaon the printed word Is thoughllully weighed. The spoken word
bauely ua,0 t1; th prded word Uumorhly cmwlnces. The spoken word is losl; the printed word rammins.


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


is feet above or below the
mean water line.
High Ht. Low Ht.
June 3 1030 1.3 2030 .1
June 4 1048 1.4 2102 -.1
June5 1113 1.5 2139 -.1
June 6 1142 1.6 2216 -.2
June 1217 1.6 2254 '-.2
Junie8 1249 1.6 2333 -.2
June 9 1328 1.6
June10 1405 1.6 51 -.1


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Speech Therapy Offered


By Home Health Care


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. JUNE 3, 1982


Speech is the mirror of the
mind.
What would you do if you
lost your ability to speak?
Sounds almost ridiculous,
doesn't it? Speaking is our
main form of communicating
with oturfamily, friends, and
at our jobs. Without speech,
how could we communicate?
More and more people are
forced to find the answer to
that difficult question. Stroke
patients can lose their speech
function. Parkinson's Disease
causes a progressive loss of
speech. Cerebral palsy can
leave patients with little or no
ability to form words. The
hearing impaired cannot hear
the sounds necessary to trans-
form sound into speech. Men-
tally retarded patients often
fight uphill battles with the
articulation process.we find so
simple.
Not being able to speak is a
real handicap- like not being
able to walk, or see, or hear.
Speech therapy services of-
fer answers to the problem for
these patients. A speech thera-
pist can determine why the
\ patient cannot speak, mea-
sure just how real the problem
is, and then provide a realistic
therapy program to help them
regain their speaking abili--
ties.
There is one working speech
therapist in Gulf County, and
the general consensus is that


GOOD
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LIFE HEALTH

BILL WOOD
411 Reid Ave.

L ke a good neighbor.
State Farm is there.



STATE FARMB
INSURANCE COMPANIES
Home 011ce: Bloomingbom. Ilmoil


the county's need for ST
services could easily see that
number increase. STs working
with the Home Health Care
program most often see the
patients who have lost their
speech due to an illness such
as stroke and Parkinson's
Disease. They service retar-
dation centers, nursing homes
and hospitals as well as in the
patient's own home. This loss
of ,power to understand or
express words in ideas is
referred to as aphasia. Mrs.
Jill Sewell, M.S., speech pa-
thologist at Gulf County Home
Health, explains there arm two
major types of aphasia-!
receptive and expressive.
Both types may be, and often
are, exhibited by the same
patient.
Many patients undergoing
speech therapy also need
physical therapy and-or-occu-
pational therapy as part of
their total rehabilitation pro-
gram. Speech therapy pa-
tients under Home Health
Care more often than not have
a life-threatening medical
problem in addition to speech
problems- and this makes it
more difficult for the speech
therapist to fully succeed with
all patients.
"The 'key to making pro-
gress with most of our patients
is letting them know just how
much the goal we (the patient
and the' ST) set for his
recovery matters," Mrs. Se-
well said. "When we work
with elderly patients in their
homes or in nursing homes,
we work hard at making them
realize they are still very
much needed by others and
very much alive."
STs are sometimes skilled in
manual communications, or
sign language. They also have
a speech pathology degree and
are licensed by the State of


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Florida. Under the Home
Health Care program they are
trained to teach the patient's
family members how to help
the patient in every way
possible. The therapy pro-
gram chosen by ,the therapist
is largely determined by who
is available at home, to help
make the program work.
Again, as with any medical
problem, a positive attitude is
a must for recovery. Ironical-
ly, patients with several medi-
cal problems can be more
cheerful and may try 'harder
to overcome their problems
than patients with just one
disability.. Mrs. Sewell cites
the example of a patient
nicknamed "Sunshine" who,
among other problems, is
paralyzed on his right side
from a stroke, and has his left
forearm amputated.
"One day, we were perform-
ing an exercise that involves
moving a coin from one side of
the table to the other and back
again," she said, "The effort
and motivation that patient
showed while doing this, in
spite of his multiple handi-
caps, was hard to'believb."
The STs see children under
four years old through the
HRS program; then, as the
children begin attending
school, they are usually seen
by the school system's STs.
Mrs. Sewell explains that
children are usually seen for
problems with articulation,
language, voice and stuttering
disorders.
When positive results, how-
ever small, can be seen
quickly with ST patients, this
helps to encourage the.patient
to continue his therapy pro-
gram.
"After all, we work to
improve a vital skill- and
that in itself is a strong
motivation," Mrs. Sewell said.


garet Biggs Receives Award

oetry Entry In Area Series


Margaret Biggs, local poet Biggs received her award
and a member of the faculty of for her entry entitled, "Sun-
Port St. Joe High School, was flower Summer".
presented with a special merit
award recently by the Seed-In- Seed-In-Hand poetry series
Hand poetry series competi- is an unfunded, nor-for-profit,
tion, which closed on May 10. endeavor.



Funeral Services Held

Sunday for Bob Bracewell


Robert
37, of P
suddenly


J. (Bob) Bracewell,
Port St. Joe, died
Friday at Howard's


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(Under New Management)
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Monday Friday
Time: 9 till 12 and 1 to 3
Offer Expires June 11


Creek. He was a native and
lifelong resident of Port St.
Joe. He was a member of the
First Baptist Church of Port
St. Joe, and a graduate of Port
St. Joe High School. He was an
employee of the Port St. Joe
Police Department at the time
of his death.
Survivors include his
mother, Mae Lee Bracewell of
Port St. Joe; one sister,
Sandra Clenney of Port St.
Joe; two nieces and one
nephew.
Funeral services were held
at 2:00 p.m. EDT Sunday at
the First Baptist Church of
Port St. Joe, conducted by the
Rev. Howard Browning and
assisted by the Rev. Hugh
Daniel and Rev. Hal Haller.
Interment followed at the
family plot, Mitchum Ceme-
tery in Bristol.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fu-
neral Home, Port St. Joe.


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(6.5 EER) 7 ,17AC
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(7.5 EER) I 9A
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Phelma Oats of Port St. Joe, shown above, was presented
an award for being an outstanding spectator in the J.L.
Thomas softball association in Wewahitchka. Oats was
presented the award last week at a week end tournament.
-Star photo


Everyone's Rushing to the
Exciting

First Baptist

Church.
Port St. Joe, Florida
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
/Bible Study .... 9:45 A.M.
(All ages)
(Broadcast live
SWJOE-AM and WGCV-FM
SChurch Training 6:30 P.M.
Worship. ...... 7:30 P.M.

"The end of your search for a friendly Church!"


Volunteer Aux.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Mexico Beach Volunteer Fire
Department wil meet on
Thursday, June 3 at 7 p.m., in
the new Fire Hall on 14th
.Street. Results of the recent
barbeque will be given. All
members and friends are
welcomed to attend.


Weeks Feed and Seed
East River Road Wewahitchka, Florida
(Across from the Foodball Field)
Open Monday thru Saturday
7:30 to 5:30
Purina Feeds Amdro Fire Ant Killer
Phone 639-5524


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Appreciation



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Saturday, June 1
4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.


Panama City National Guard Armory


* Free to the Public

* Live Family EntertainmE


* Cloggers


* Everyone Is Welcome-;'.

ant Good Food:


* Good Country and Gospel Music
(Calvary Trio)


Come to Panama City Have A Good Time


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STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 9


(Pd. Pol. Advt. 2t)


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1982


GARY AND SUZANNE


Engaged


ir. and Mrs. H. M. "Bill"
Hammock announce the en-
gagement and approaching
mnTriage of their daughter,
Suzanne Lynn, to Gary De-
wayne White, son of Mr. and
Mrs.' Louie Wayne White, all
of Port St. Joe.


ate of Port St. Joe High
School, Gulf Coast Community
College, and received a degree
in Systents Science from the
University of West Florida in
May, 1982.
Mr. White is a graduate of
Port St. Joe High School, and
s nr resentlu vmnlonved with the


Blood


Drive

Nets 43

Units


Gulf County ,blood donor
contributed. 43 units of blo
last Wednesday in a Red Cro
blood drive held at Gulf Pin
Hospital. .,
Red Cross -lood collect
units were conducting one
their quarterly drives here
collect whole blood expect
to care for the needs for who
blood for county reside
during the year. Red Cro
says Gulf County needs 2
units per ,year to meet -i
needs .. -*
According to Rand Wo
man, administrator of Gi
Pines, some 60 to 65 peop
showed up during the after
noon Wednesday, with
being accepted as donors.
Wortman said this is t
first drive he has been invol
ed- with since coming to Gi
Pines a few months ago ai
said he was very pleased wi
tlhi reeptionr given to t
appeal by 'the people and'"t
volunteers who worked wi
the program.
The hospital offered i
facilities for the collection
drive and gaMe several labor
tory examinations to dono
free of'cliarge as they dona
ed. The drive was the four
held locally since the abando
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Weight Loss Program
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Enjoy Your


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More This Season
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June Bride


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gypsophilia and
s, accented by
under ribbons and
eamers.
of- Crestview
aid of-honorir.
vere Donna Sas-
the bride from
Denise Sasser,


sister' of the bride, Jayne "-
Brownell and Paula Wingate, t A-refi
all of Port St. Joe.' The maid of "by the g
honor' and the bridesmaids given A
wore-gowns of. orchid .chiffon BBaptist
-over- crepe-and orehii print Hall'
polyester over taffeta, identi- A. A mi
cal in style. The .off-the- honoring
shoulder bodice ruffles cor- on. April
plemented the skirt .vhich had Power'
deep' bordered ruffles' and Jayne B
draped into. a back, bustle. Wingate.
They carried, nosegays of -'
violets.,
'Wayne Anderson, the bride-
groom's brother of Pensacola,
served is best 'man. Usher-_;
groomsnien were Allen,
Lowery; Ricky Anders6n, .
David Anderson, brothers of
the bridegroom, and David
Sasser, brother of the bride,
all of Port St. Joe. '.
Melissa Anderson, niece of
the bridegroom, served a
flower girl,' and Jim Anderson,
nephew of the bridegroomi,-,..
.was ring bearer.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was given in the
church fellowship hall. Serv-
ing the bridal cake were Cathy
McFarland, and Cindy Mur-
dock; Amanda Anderson,
sister-in-law of the groom,
served the groom's cake;
serving punch was Debbie
Anderson, sister-in-law of the
groom. Serving as floor hos-
tesses were Mrs. Kathy Sim-
mons and Mrs. Marie Davis.
Charlotte Weimorts kept the
Bride's Book.
The wedding was directed
by Mrs. Charlotte Pierce.
After a wedding trip to
Destin, the couple are at home
at St. Joe Beach.


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The bride's maternal grand-- Florida Highway Patrol in bank system
mother is Mrs. Margaret Yuill Bradenton. The goal f<
of -Lafayette, Indiana. Pa- The wedding will take place drive was 50
eternal grandmother is Mrs. on July 17 at 3:00 p.m. at the The blood u
Jessie Mae Shirley of Port St. First Baptist Church of Port available to at
Joe, St. Joe. No local invitations ulf :County
The groom's maternal are being sent, but all friends hospital which
grandmother is Mrs. Berlie and relatives are invited to' Red Cross t
Paliner of Bonifay. attend. A reception will follow which include
Miss Hammock is a gradu- in the church social hall."' medical facility


Brenda Diane Sasser,
Brenda Diane Sasser and juliet cap of matching lace buds, white g
Joa Desmond Anderson were' and a chapel length veil, purple violets
united in marriage May I at accented with lace medallions pink and laver
Fir.t Baptist .Church in 'Port and seed pearls, flowing white lace str
St. Joe. Rev, 'Charles Van- gracefully into the train., To, -hori ,Stiles
Zant, the briae'.s'iecler-from-oepmplete, her. ensemble- she' served s -'
Keystone Heigiht, performed carried a cascade bouquet of -Bridesmaids v
the:double ring ceremony. silk flowers consisting of ser, sister of
'%ie bride is the daughter of lavender gardenias, pink rose- Mobile,; .Al.;
MrE:and Mrs. J. D. Sasser of t
Port St. Joe. Her grand-
parents are the late Mr. and
Mr'. C. J. Sasser of Crestview,
and' Mrs. Fannie Bomar of
Deland, and the late Troy W.
Bomar.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr.: and Mrs. H. L. Anderson
of Port St.. Joe. His grand- .
parents are Mrs. Bessie Davis
of Port St. Joe, and the late j j-
Anderson Davis and the late |-'
Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Arider-
son of Sarasota.
Nuptial music was perform-
ed by Mrs. Sharon Watson,
organist and' Donna Sasser,
soloist. '.
Presented in marriage by
her parents and escorted to y,
the altar by her father, the
bride chose a long white gown II
of chiffon over taffeta and
re-embroidered alecon lace.
The -bodice, featured by a -
scooped neckline, was of re- -
embroidered lace and accent-
ed with seed pearls. A framed ..
back opening of the bodice
added a touch of romance. The
bishop sleeves were of chiffon
cuffed in lace. The focal
attention of the gown was the
centered chiffon pleated skirt
bordered by lace and draping
into a chapel length train. To
complement her gown the
bride wore a headpiece with a Mrs. John Desmond Anderson


th M
be Mr. nd Mrs. Vernon Ram- 'Depedent Schools.'
he sey of Port St. Joe announce The& 'uture bridegroom is
th the engagement of their the', grandson of the late Mr.
daughter, Kathy Lynn Gray," anid.Mrs' Oscar Clark Sr. and
its to Mark Randall Sheehan, son Mrs. Maude Sheehan and the
on of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mack late A. D. Sheehan.
ra- Sheehan, of Dothan, Ala'.' Mr'Sheehan; a graduate of
rs Dothan High School, received
at- Miss Gray is the daughter ol a bachelor of science degree in
th the late Willm J. Gray. Her business' management from
n- grandparents'are the late Mr.' Troy State University. At
od and Mrs. Arthur Plymel, the Troy, he was a member of
late Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gray, Camma Beta Phi Honor So-
as and Mr. and Mrs. George city, the T-Club, and 'a
Ramsey of Port' St. Joe. football manager.' He is em-
de The bride-elect, a graduate, played as manager of All-
m of Port St. Joe High School, American Sporting Goods.
a received a bachelor of science "Tliq,;weddihg is planned for
he degree in early. childhood. Julie 12 at 6 p.m.'at the First
n, education from Troy State Presbyfterian' Church in
or University. She teaches kin- Dothan. All-'friends and rela-
a. dergarten at the Ft. Rucker tives are invited to attend.


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Ena Bess Grantham, Quin-
cy, and 2nd Lt. William Ellis
Norton, Port St. Joe were
S united in marriage at 7:30
p.m. April 24 at Centenary
United' Methodist Church,
Quincy, with the Rev. John V.
Whi: tehead, officiating.
The bride, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs.' Harry Edward
Burns Jr., Quincy and the late
Taylor Frederick Grantham,
graduated 'froin Robert F.
Munroe High School, attended
Meredith College, Raleigh,
N.C. and received a bachelor
of science degree in special
education from the University
of Alabama where she was a
member oif Alpha Delta Pi
sorority.
The groom, son of .Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Williams Nor-
ton, Poit St. Joe, -graduated
from Port St. Joe Hfigh School,
received a degree in Civil
Engineering Techndlogy from
the University of Alabama
where he was a member of
Sigma Chi' fraternity 'and
recently graduated from Offi-
cer Training School, U.S. Air
Force, Lackland Air Force
Base, Texas.
The 'bride's grandparents
I,are" Mr. 'and Mrs.. James
Robert McMichael and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles "Walter
IThl mas r of 'Qin"cy. The
grdOm's grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. 'Charles Wesley
Norton Jr. of "Wewahitchka
arii'Sara Crockett Ellis anid
the late Newton DeWitt Ellis
of Nashville, Tenn.
Thebride's gown was can-
dlelight silk organza covered
with a sheer layer of imported
English net framing a high
neckline covered in a fleur de
les', pattern 'of. embroidered
Alencon and Schiffli lace and
perlst which' also covered a
fitted bodice and graced the
fll& h bishop sleeves aid wide
cuffs, iniddivid'ul fleurs and
scrolls; The A-liheskirt flowed
into a. chapel length 'train
edged'in .wide sclloped em-
broidered'Sciiffli. lace Her
S cathdrll lei:th illusion veil
was edged in Alencorlace and
attchled to'a cap of'pearls'and
-Aleno.n lace. 'She carried a
,dcasddb 'of canfidlelight rose
buds arid greeinery'with yellow
Sfiet'inteispersed'centered by a
laender 'Catleya' orchid with
candlelight satin streamers.
SlSh had as' her'matrons of
ho ir hde'sister, Mrs. Scott L.
Moody of' Qticny' and "Mrs.
William 'CottrdlfTiof- Raleigh,
North' iartolihi: Bridesmaids
were Bonnie Bess 'Cox, her
cousin; 'Marianna; Nancy
Joies, Tuscaldsa', Ala.,"'Su-
zinhe McLamb, 'Tuscaloosa,
aind'An Jolley Thomass, Quin-
cy.' They wore floor* length
-A-line. lavender dresses. The
ff0oiwi'girl wa- April Moody,
niece of'the'blfide:
The ringbearer was Ben
Rippetoe, son of Mr. and Mrs.
BEnny Rippetoe.
Charles -Williams Norton
served as his son's best man.


Groomsmen were Jim and Joe
Norton, brothers of the groom,
Port St. Joe; Terrence L.
- Senger, Fairfield, Ohio;
Wayne Woodruff, Tuscaloosa,
: Ala., and Charles Grantham,
brother of 'the bride, Inver-
ness.
Soloist, Mrs. John V. White-
head, sang "Oh, Perfect
Love" and "The Lord's Pray-
er." Brett Geiger was the
organist and played tradi-
tional music during the can-
dlelight ceremony.
Acolytes were Geoffrey and
John Charles Harnett, sons of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Harnett.
John Allen Blitch directed
the wedding and was assisted
by Mrs. 0. W. Edwards Jr.
and Mrs. Stewart Hinson.
The bride's mother chose
for her daughter's wedding a
silk mauve dress of floor
length and wore a corsage of
white cymbidium orchids. The
groom's mother wore a floor
length dress of beige chiffon
that featured a mandarin
collar of lace and gathered
skirt of a deeper shade of
beige. She wore a corsage of
green cymbidium orchids.
Mrs. Newton D. Ellis, ma-
ternal grandmother of the
groom, wore a formal length
dress of teal blue crepe with
matching' jacket.: .Paternal
grandmother,' 'Mrs. C. W.
Norton's attire consisted of a
long dress of pale blue crepe
and matching jacket. *
Immediately- following the
ceremony, the bride's parents
entertained with a reception
at the Gadsden Country Club.
Following a trip to New
Orleans, San Antonio and the
Western states, the couple will
reside at Edwards Air Force
Base, California.
Those attending the wed-
ding from-out of town were:
Anne Fitzpatrick, Lawrence
P. Fitzpatrick Jr., Los Angel-
es, Ca.; Terrence L. Singer,
Fairfield,'Ohio. Mrs. Edward
T. Briney Sr., Murfreesboro,
Tenn.; Edward T. Briney, Jr.,.
Nashville; Floye' Brewton,
Dothan; Mrs. Michael Nelson,
Michael Nelson Jr., Patrick
Nelson, Valdosta, Ga.; Donald
A. Jennewein, Mr. and Mrs.
Lester P. Fisher, Tampa; Mr.
and Mrs. HarryTison, Pana-
ma City; Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Norton, Wewahitchka; Mr.
Mana8,rs. Dennis Atchison,
BhistM, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
T. Abrams, Charles Norton
Arrant, John Chadwick Ar-
rant, Alice Bowen, Mrs. Law-
rence Copenhaver, Mr. and
Mrs. Ashley Costin, Leslie
Costin, Mark Costin, Mrs.
Newton D. Ellis, Mrs. Cairl
Guilford, Mr. and Mrs. Char-
les W. Norton. Joe Nortbn,
Jim Norton, William J. Rish,
Sr., William J. Rish Jr., Mrs.
Cliff Sanborn, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Shoaf, Mr. and Mrs.
Gregory.Turner, Port St. Joe;
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Dunn,
Ardsley, N.Y. and Cape Haze,
Fla.; Katherine Burns, Mr.


and Mrs. Michael T. Dunn,
Jacksofville; Mrs. Tom Dei-
chmann, New Orleans; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert F. Gardner,
Virginia Budd Harrison, Iris
Fellows, Mr. and Mrs. Rick
Russell, Bert Fletcher, Chip
Gray, Charles McNeil, Mrs.
Joseph Spitz, Mitzi Duncan,
Tavia Copenhaver, Tallahas-
see; Jackie Adains, Rhonda
Ramsey, .Kim Blackburn,,
Lauri Fulford, April Payne,
Charlene Purcell, Lisa Wood,
Cary Smith, Stephanie Ad-
kins, Lauri Roach, Jenny


SMrs. William Ellis Norton

Grant, Wayne Woodruff, Tus- Miss Grantl
caloosa; Margaret Suber, Mrs. F. J.
Sanford; Mrs. Selig 1. Goldin, of the bride,
Mrs. Paul C. Allen, Mr. and home in Quid
Mrs. Thomas W. Burns, Mr. Co-hostesse,
and Mrs. James L. Cooper, were' Mrs.
Gainesville; Mr? and" Mrs. Mrs. Virgin
Carl Thompson, Hosford; Mrs. Can
Gaye Grantham, Palatka; Mrs. Ben R
Charles Grantham, Inver- ed with a
ness; Jean L. Burns, Ft. Grantham's
Myers; Mr. and Mrs. William Higdon's ho
Cottrell, Raleigh, N.C.; Suzan- Cousins o
ne McLamb and Nancy Jones, Margie Th
Tuscaloosa. Mary Anne I
for the brick
Parties honoring the couple House Gai
were' as follows: Quincy.
A miscellaneous shower was Mr. and N
given by Miss Nancy Jones ner of Tal
and Miss Suzanne McLamb, dinner part]
sorority sisters of the bride at at their ho
Miss Jones' home in Tusca- Drive.
loosa, Alabama. Ena and
The bride was honored by tained at th
Mrs. Charlie Riddle, Miss on Lake Tali
Emily Riddle, and Mrs. Tracy party. Hosl
Riddle with a coffee at the included M
home of the former in Quincy. Davis, Mr.
Mrs. Gannon Buzzett, Mrs. S. Dodson.
Rex Buzzett, Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs
Duren, Mrs. Frank Hannon, John Hinsol
Mrs. J. Lamar Miller, Mrs. Jack Richai
John L. Miller, Mrs. Roy The Monr
Smith, and Mrs. Fred Witten Center was
entertained with a coffee for luncheon in
the bride-elect at the home of ed by Mrs.
Mrs. John L. Miller, Port St. Mrs. Ben
Joe. George Mas
Mrs. Ashley Costin hosted a Thomas.
luncheon at the Gulf Sands Mrs. 0.
Restaurant at St. Joe Beach and Mrs. Ha
for Miss Grantham, her at- brunch for I
tendants and out-of-town the Fletcher
guests. The hom4
The home of Mrs. Gregory Copenhaver
Turner, aunt of the groom. the setting


\am Nort n

was the scene of a tealfor the couple given by Mrs.
honoring Miss Grantham. -Copenhaver, Mr. and Mrs.
Hostesses for the event were Harold Quackenbush, and Mr.
Mrs. Tom Ford, Mrs. Marvin,
J. Land, Mrs. George Machen,
Mrs. C. W. Norton, paterna.
grandmother of the' groom',
Mrs. Frank Pate, Jr., Mrs.. A L A I
S. Quarles, Jr., and Mrs: L. L D A N I
Edward Wood. S
Mrs. Eugene Abrams, Mrs."
W. L. Altstaetter, Mrs. Alice
I)owen, Mrs. B. Roy Gibsoni
Jr., and Mrs. David B. May-
gave a luncheon at St.'
Joseph's Bay Country Club for


ham.
Betts, great aunt
entertained at her
ncy with a brunch. ."
s for the affair
H. M. Mer"iAdj
ia Dowling. ,
tley Higdon and
ippetoe entertain-
luncheon in Miss'
honor at Mrs.
me in Quincy. "
f the bride, Miss
omas and Miss
Fernald gave a tea
de at the Munroe
rden Center of

Irs. Robert Gard-
lahassee gaye a
y for Bill and Ena
nme on Gardenia

Bill were enter- -
ie Hinson cottage
quin with a dinner
ts and hostesses
r. and Mrs. Hal
and Mrs. William
John Allen Blitch,
s. Steward Hinson,
n, Mr. .and Mrs.
rdson.
oe House Garden
the setting for a
Ena's honor host-
John Campbell,
Franklin, Mrs.
sey, and Mrs. Pat

W. Edwards, Jr.,
il Fletcher gave a
Miss Grantham at
r home in Quincy.
e of Mrs L. L.
, Port St. Joe, was
of a dinner party


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1982


and Mrs. Charles Shoaf.
On the day of the wedding
the aunts of the bride, Mrs.
Irvin Cox and Mrs. Robert
Dunn, entertained the brides-


Sortraityachage

F ROM Bil Dollr Store


95' $12. 95.
DEPOSIT TOTAL PACKAGE PRICE


I oComplimentary 8 x 10
Portrait
. ofrParent(s) and Child with the
purchase of our $12.95 Portrait,
i :'" Package
This coupon must be presented to I
S. our photographer.
Limit one special per family offer.
Valid'these Dates only. I

S ill's Dollar Store
Wednesday & Thursday I
I June 9-10,10.-5
SPort St. Joe
No ,ddajional charge for gioups Po-es our selection.
' Backgrounds may occasionally change. Additional
: porirais available wnh no obligation to purchase.


20 PROFESSIONAL PORTRAITS
2 8 x ,10's, 3 5 x Ts, 15 wallets,
"I -me= .. s .w .. ,,.im


Minors must be accompanied by Parent.
Satisfaction Always or Deposit Cheerfully Refunded.


maids and out-of-town guests
with a luncheon at the Cox
home in Quincy.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W.
Norton, parents of the groom,


entertained the wedding party
and out-of-town guests follow-
,ing the rehearsal with a buffet.
dinner at the Monroe House
Garden Center in Quincy.


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Cynthia Janine Murphy Becomes



Bride of Timmy Craig Griffith
In a beautiful candlelight pianist. They performed the. of silk white roses accented Williams, served as flower
eremony, Cynthia Janine bride's chosen selections of with pastel rose buds and girl. Ring bearer was Eric
Murphy and Timmy Craig "There is Love," "The Wed. baby's breath To complete Kindell, son of Rusty and
Iriffith were united in marri- ding Song" and "These are thp her ensemble, the bride wore Cherry Kindell, cousin of the
ge April 3 at two o'clock in Best Times." Ms. Ann Aid- a string of pearls given to her. bride.
he afternoon at the First ridge, organist, performed the. by her grandmother. Following the ceremony, a
United Methodist Church in "Wedding March Mrs. Jane Hogan, sister of reception was given in the
'ort St. Joe. The double ring Given in marriage by her the bride, served as matron of church fellowship hall During
ceremony was performed by parents and escorted to the.. honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. the reception, Beverly Beard
reverend Jimmy Spikes. altar by her father, the bridf Cathy Colbert, Ms Tessie and Cecile Ropelis served the
The bride is the daughter of wore a formal length gown of Williams and Miss Sherry bride's cake. Debbie Butler
heriff and Mrs. K. E. Mur- organza and silk venise lace. Cooley. Miss Sissy Kindell, and Joyce Baxley served the
hy. Her -grandparents are The Queen Anne neckline had' cousin of the bride, served as punch and coffee Mrs. Patsy
Irs. and the late Mr. 0. G. a border of netting pairs Junior Bridesmaid Cooley, Mrs. Phyllis Beaman,
lowe of Leesburg, and Mrs. mounted with venise lace. The The groom's father served Mrs. Elsie Griffin, Mrs. Flo
nd the late Mr. R. D. Murphy full sleeves ended in a deep his son as best man. Usher- Melton, and Mrs Denise
f DeFuniak Springs. lace cuff buttoned with tiny groomsmen were Steve Grif- Strickland served as floor
The bridegroom is the son of satin buttons. The full skirt fifth, the groom's brother; hostesses. The reception was
Ir. and Mrs. Billy J. Griffith and chapel train were en- Tom O'Brian, the groom's decorated by Mrs Elsie Grif-
f Padama City. His grand- hanced by an intricate design' uncle, both of Panama City: fin.
parents are Mr. and Mrs. of lace. For her headpiece the Ronnie Hogan, brother-in-law The wedding was directed
;rady O'Brian of Port St. Joe, bride chose a veil edged with of the bride, and Michael by Mrs. Janis Tankersley of
nd Mrs. and the late Mr. venise lace. The lace cap wa. Cooley. Mexico Beach. The bride's
Laudee Griffith of Gainesville, adorned by a design of silk Miss Alyson Williams, book was kept by Phoebe
'exas. pearls. She carried a cascade daughter of Rick and Judy Barlow.
NIlnI tal nmiw;, a sc.c ,,nrfafnt. .


After a wedding trip to the
Walt Disney World Village in
Lake Buena Vista, the couple
now resides in Port St. Joe.
The groom is employed by St.
Joe Paper Company.

The bride and groom were
honored with a rehearsal
buffet dinner at the home of
the-groom's parents on March
27.
A shower in honor of the
bride was held March 28 at the
First United Methodist


Church, hosted by the women
of the church.


Americans spend some $100
billion a year on shoes.


African Methodist Episcopal Church


ne 227-1213


9:30 A.M.
1100 A.M.
6:00 P.M.


mer,


" 146 AvenueC Pho
:4 Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL .. .. .
MORNING WORSHIP .... ..
EVENING WORSHIP ........

"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeen
Man Out Brother"


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church


2001 GARRISON AVE. PORT ST. JOE

invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor

SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..... .. .... .... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT ............... .... 7:00 P.M.


Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR.
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. GULF
COUNTY FLORIDA
Clvll ACIor No 81-48
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE
ASSOCIATION, e c

Plaintlfi.
V s
DONALD R BAKER El ux. el 31.
Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is nieieby giver. Inal C usuant to
trie Final Judgment of Fore..losure and
Sale entered in nme cause Denaing In, Ins
Circull Court of Ine Fourteentr, Judicial
Circuil in ana for Gull Counly FIorcla.
Civil Action No 81-48. Ine uodersilneo
Clerk AIll sell Ihe properly siluated in
said County. described as
Lot 9 & EasI 40 feel Lol 8 BloCk 1
Slebel Heights Su.boleision. Wnle Cl
ly Florida. as recorded in Plal Book
1 page 53 of the Public Records of
Gull County Florida
at public sale, to the hignest ar.d best Did.
der Ior Casn al II 00 o ClocK A M on the
17th day of June. 1982 al nme Front ooor
cf the Gulf County Coumlnouse Port St
Joe. Florida
JERRY GATES.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: 1st Maurell Cumole. Depulf CICle
SWANN AND HADDOCK P A
600 Court'lano StreI
Crlando. Florlaa 3280d
Allorneys tor Plainlill 216 3


ST201 Williams Ave.

ST JOE HARDWARECPhone 229-8028


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1982


Ga2223 HIGHLAND VIEW


I o 0/ CHURCH OF GOD

j TEMPERANCE "Where Jesus Christ Is King
IL 8 & God's Love Is An
V x 3 Everflowing Fountain"
2 i SUNDAY SCHOOL ..... .10:00A.M.
GOODNESS MORNING WORSHIP ... 1100 A M.
EVENING WORSHIP .. 6-00PM
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P M
FAITH
Pastor Ira J. Nichols


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, .1982


"Summer In the Son -'82" At Long Avenue


* SUNDAY SCHOOL .
MORNING WORSHIP
EVENING WORSHIP
WEDNESDAY


. . 10-00 A.M.
S. 11.00 A M.
6.00 P M
7 30 Prayer Meelings


Nursery Provided




COSTIN INSURANCE

% t AGENCY, INC.

(Formerly M. P. Tomllnson Insurance Agency)


All Forms Of Insurance
* Homeowners Auto Flood
* Business Packages Group
Hospitalization Life Boat's
Pulpwood & Logging


* Mobile Homes
. Port St. Joe' Pho


ne 229-8899


Summer in the Son '82,-ill
be the theme for this s'm-
mer's activities for youth at
Long Avenue Baptist ChurCh
A full scale of activities for
youth grades 7-12 is planned
for this summer, including
both recreational as well as
spiritually enriching activi-


ties. Recreational activities
include such things as fellow-
ships, Friday Night Live!,
Sonshine Saturdays, camping
and float trip, and a trip to
Disney World.
Spiritually enriching activi-
ties include a youth-led revi-
val, June 17-20, youth summer


Hadaway Coming to

Represent Hutto


.Hannon Takes Honors
Frank Hannon of Hannon Insurance
Agency received a plaque in recognition of
outstanding production for The Travelers
Insurance Company recently. Attending the


Visit Post Office
The first .gade students of-Mrs. Billy
Barlow anid ,is. William Smith took,a field
._ .. '. .


banquet and awards ceremony held at Lake
Buena Vista were, left to right: Travelers
Vice President Peter B. Chamberlain, Frank
Hannon, Vice President Reece G. Johnson,
and Florida Personal Lines Manager Bill G.
Glaspey.


trip.ast week to learn how the postal service
works. Heie they are shown listening as
postal employee, Johnny Linton, explains
how mail is sorted and then delivered to each
person. The children are students at Port St.
Joe Elementary School. -Stir photo


Celebrates
Hei- Second
.DanaAshlie Vinson, daught-
.er.of Mr. and Mrs. David A.
:Vinson of Mexico Beach,,
^ce0m4dher second birth-
.miarkedthe' occasion- with. a.
,lybirthday:.prty at McDqnald's
restaurant, with" fainily-and
friends of Middle Georgia
attending; -
Ashlie is the granddaughter
of Mrs. Edward S. Vinson, Sr.
of Milledgeville, Ga., and Mr.
and Mrs. E.' L. Ussery of
Toomsboro, Ga.


Roller
James
wheel


Ryan 1obsti
Maetks First
Ryan lobst celebrated his'
first birthday on June 1. Proud
parents are David and Mar-
leen lobsi of Port St. 'Joe.
He had a party with some
little friends at the St. Joseph
State Park.

McFall Reports
4 to USS Coronado
Navy Hull Maintenance
Technician 3rd Class Michael
SG, McFall, son of Joy Mc-
SClamma of Box 1147, Wewa-
hitchka, has reported for duty
aboard the command ship USS
Coronado, homeported in Nor-
-folk, Va.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Parker
are proud to announce the
birth of their son, Daniel
SBett, born May 25. He
.. weighed 8 lbs. 3 ozs.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Emory Bailey, and
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Parker.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of John Henry
-Smith would like to thank
everyone for their expressions
of kindness and sympathy. It
is during a time like this we
learn how much our friends
really mean to us.
A special thanks to Dr. Joe
9 and his office staff for their
care, concern and love shown
him during his many years of
visits to the office. Their care
meant so much to him and to
us. Mrs. Ethel Smith
and children


322 Reid Ave


DANA-ASHLIE VINSON,


Guidance Cliniic'
Directors Meet-
The Board of Directors pf
the Gulf Cbunty, Guidance
Clinic, Inc. will hold ijs
regularly scheduled meeting
on Tuesday,' June 8, at 7:00
p.m. (E.D.T.). The meeting
will be held in the 0CiSc
Conference Room at 311 Wil-
liams Avenue in Port St. Joe.
". loafer always has the cog.
rect-.time:" Kin Hubbard


.' [!


Congressman Earl Hutto's
office has announced that his
District Administrator Earl
Hadaway will be in Port St
Joe on Wednesday, June 9, in
the Gulf County Courthouse,
Commissioners Hearing
Room, between the hours of
10:00 A.M., and .2:00 P.M.,
EST.
Anyone desiring assistance
from Congressman Hutto may'
meet with Mr. Hadaway at
this time, or they may contact
the District office in Panama
City, P.O.. Box 459. or phone
763-0709, Monday through
Friday.


Bible study, June 27-30, at-
tending Spirit '82, the Florida
Baptist Youth Evangelism
Conference at Sea World in
Orlando, conducting Back-
yard Bible Clubs in July, and


Lights Resewd
ds June 26
WHILE
IES LAST1l


P0


HEAD BANE



SFOR
Fashion head bands. Mi
styles, designs, and coli
to choose from.


Select from but "g4lstock of the GIRLS'PANT
newest styles 7 Panty pack
Sizes S, M, L,%a, 638/144. .

VI SR R
Be cool, look coo e 100% Stretch nylon
S* one size fits all
SALE -- 7 Bright assorted cc

Hard plastic visor with vm SNACKS
Inside foam sweat 1
band. One size 'fts. I BD.. YOUR
all. White and assorted colors.
Reg. 1.97'.* .' A


SPECIAL PURCHASE
BATH TOWELS



Large absorbent- bath
towels in assorted
solids and prints.,
Values to 4.99. Reg. 2
33 _


* CHEESE PUFFS CARAMEL
CORN CHIPS CHEESE CC
POPCORN


7


MIR IORS
j: YOUR CHOICE



S ?, '.; Reoo. to 1.97
* Large hand riiror
* Purse mirror,[4styles
* Small foIding nlrror
*' Small foldin g'ompact mirror


MACRAM ROPE


<-P -'FO R
Bleached, orange, yellow,
green, and brown
5-PLY Macranw Rope 2081.
Ae Rg. each.


GLASS TUMB



Reg. 41S1 5'
Golden color 12 oz.: tumbler
WHEATONS WHISPER Coll
of fine glassware.


HOUSEHOLD
CANDLES



i 12 '


Reg. 8/S1


*.White 4"


Sonshine Bible Study Club
each Thursday evening from
7:30-9:00.
Summer activities will kick-
off this Saturday, June 5, with
a Let the Light Shine! banquet


for youth from 7:30-9:00 P.M.
at the church. T-shirts with
this summer's theme printed
on them will be available for
youth taking part in the
summer program.


Start the Season
Well Equipped to
Play the Game "
its Balls.- Gloves H
HEADQUARTERS
Uniforms Hats The

Shoes- Etc. Athletic


'^ B^House h
".^ ':.":323 Reid Avenue -:
*:. Phone 229-6805















IS BIc
LIGHTERS

SALE

any
ors FOR
Reg. 1.97

|ES ._ Reg..77 each
,~~~~ -. ^ f J i
IES "" ea"h
PLASTICS m
BB ^H ( -. \-j
YOUR
CHOICE .
Reg. 4.97 R

Ilors 2 "
Utility Tub
Laundry Basket round 1% Bu.
Garbage Can 6-Gal, with lid
CHOICE Laundry Basket oval 1/P Bu.

> ALUMINUM COOKWARE
OR
SCORN YOUR CHOICE
ORN I
Reg. 21S1
-.FOR i
LER 1-Quart open saucepan
2-Quart open saucepan
Almond color with brown trim,
^OR non-stick surface. Reg. 2.97
FOR I :
r from GLASS
section SALAD BOWLS


9Re .7 FOR
Small Crystal Bowl Crimp Bowl 5
MATCHING LARGE BOWLS
Crystal reg. 2.77 Sale$S2
o i Crimp Bowl reg. 2.47 Sale $2
x ". ,.**., :. : ,


CL


EXTENSION CORD SAU

SALE

S r.$ AMIFM w
Coiled decorator cord in Full featu
assorted colors, 15 foot. with woo
Reg. 4.97 Reg. 24.97


lAY FAMILY ,
WY DISCOUNT ^


328 REID AVENUE PORT ST. JOE


G.LC AMIfM
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ire AM/FM clock rad
grain cabinet.


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Segilar
5.t97 6.97, and 7.97
^ 1 k.: LimR


skating was introduced to. America by
L. Plimpton in 1863. He invented the four
skate, which worked on rubber pads.


HIGHLAND VIEW
METHODIST CHURCH
Corner 4th & Parker Ave.
Invites You to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor


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One or two lots, 50'xl25' ea.,
in 1st block from beach on
Canal St., St. Joe Beach. 904/
482-3884. 3tc 5-27

One commercial lot 30' x
90' at 319 Reid Ave $8,000.
Call 227-1468 or 227-1100.
tfc 5-20

Lot and 3 bdrm. home at
108 Sixth St., Highland
View. Call229-6615. 3tc5-20



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 witli lots;,utilities'and
set up with as low as 7%.
Call for information or
write:
Bill Miller Realty
Ruby Mowery, Assoc.
229-6396
Office Phone
1-697-3751
4tc5-20


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


MEXICO BEACH. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick home near beach.
Florida room wiih fireplace, nice lawn and block slorage
shea 161h SI.


MEXICO BEACH BEACHSIDE. Quadraplex. 3 bdrm., 2
ba. each unit. Central h&a/c.)Brick construction. 34th St.


Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate


MEXICO BEACH. One year 'old, double-wide mobile
home on 2 lots 3 bdrm.. 2 ba.. includes some furnishn
wings. dishwasher., frost-free.refrig.. stove. Partial owner
financing Corner 6th and Florida Ave.


MEXICO BEACH. Cozy 2 bdrm. block home, completely
remodeled. Carpeted. wood panelling. lg..sundeck, stor.
bldg., cement drive and carport.. Ideal permanent home
or vacation cottage. 26thSt. .


Branch Office 229-8493
Britt Pickett, Associate


Orena Miller, Associate
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate


I SERIES


MISC.^^ FOR^ SALISC.IFR=* ORE


LAWN FURNITURE
Swings, settes, lawn chairs,
picnic tables, flower boxes,
trellises, lattices, or we will
build what you want year-
round. Weekdays call 639-2860
or 639-5860, Wewahitchka.
4tp 6-3

Depression era furniture in-
cluding a Bedroom Suite com-
plete with mattress and box
springs $319.00, also one
dresser, $119.00.
A variety of other used fur-
niture, all have been restored
and refinished.
Like new Console Stereo
$99.00. All can be seen at
Hurlbut's Hardware on Reid
Ave. or call 229-6374.
French Provincial bedroom
suite, 2 bar stools, 2 lamps,'2
end tables, 1 coffee table, Ear-
ly American. Phone 229-8630.
2tp'5-27

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 400cc, $975. One
play pen, good cond. $25. Call
1-229-6875. It,.li.6-3.
'. "." ': '. .. 'i'" '." .' ',


Four 8.00x16.5 8-ply tires, 2
almost new. All for $125. See at
301 Reid Ave. or call 227-1813.
tfc 5-27
10'x55' trailer, burned-out
on inside, has good frame, ax-
le and tires. Call after 5 and
weekends, 229-8672. 2tp 5-27

Adorable AKC reg. mini-toy
poodles, 9 weeks old. Three
females, $100 each. Have been
worried and begun shots. Col-
ors "are: light 'apricot,
chocolate brown and silver
w/white -markings. Call
639-2807.
1981 Go cart, excel. cond.
and'price. Call 227-1272 after 6
p.m. 2tp 5-27
1977 12x65' mobile home,
like nhew, on rented lot. Call
64q-8972 before 12:00 or after
5:00. tfc4-15
Growing business for sale.
For more information call
229-8004. tfc 6-3

If all the hamburgers Amer-
icans eat each year
were stretched out side
by, side, they could circle
the earth four, times.


ATTENTION
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
227-1892.


ERA


SPARKER REALTY


Hwy. 98 at 31st St.

Mexico Beach, Fla. 9041648-5777

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


Executive brick home on 2
Ig. lots, 3 bdrm., 3 ba. Must see
all the extras in this home to
appreciate. Will sell or lease
with option to buy. 100 Mimosa
Ave. Call 227-1892 for appt.
4. acres of land, $600 equity
and take over payments of
$120 month. 3 acres in garden.
7 miles south of Wewahitchka.
229-6367. 2tc 5-27

Brick country home, 3
bdrm., l.r., d.r., Ig. fam. rm.
w/fireplace, cen. ac&h, room
for ex. bath. Lg. storage bldg.
and workshop. Approx. 1.4
acres. On Dalkieth Highway, 1
mile east of State Road 71.
Call 639-2731. 4tc 5-27


FOR SALE
Two commercial buildings,
30'x90' ea. in PSJ on Wil-
liams Ave. currently used
as warehouses. Easily ad-
aptable for other uses.
Price $22,000 ea. May be
purchased separately or
together. Call 227-1468 or
227-1100. tfc 5-13


Walls, woodwork and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars, 227-1490..
tfc 6-3

C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe Dozer Root
Rake Front-end Loader
Road Building Lot Clear- ,
ing Septic Tanks
Drain Fields Hauling
Rt. 3, Box AIC
Port St. Joe, Florida
Phone 229-6018
26tc 3-18
-, CLIPAND S~ -
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.
BISHOP'S REPAIR
1st St., White City
Phone 227-1783
4tc 5-20
For Yard Work, call 648-8492
and ask for Mike.
2tp 5-27

RODNEY HALL'S ROOFING
Licensed and Free Estimates
Port St Joe 229-6859
4tp 5-27
CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings Portraits
Phone 229-8922
tfc 4-1


COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC..
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 11-12


- 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.
2tp 5-27
3 bedroom furnished
trailer at Overstreet. Call
548-5306. tfc 5-27
Office space available soon.
.201 Monument Ave. Call
927-1199 or after 6 p.m.,
'227-1363. tfc 5-20
For carpets cleaned the way
professionalss do it-at a frac-
ion of the cost, rent.Rinse N
inac the portable steam
arpet cleaning system.
?Available at Western Auto,
hone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
'.Mobile home sites, efficien-
i' apt., mobile homes, and
campers for rent on beach. By
Biay, 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.
?27-1251.






I Pro-Tec Representatives
heeded. Call 227-1892.
tfc 5-20





Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon ,.
Tu.esday,8:00 P.M., E.S.T. -
St..James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720
Call Lee's home im-
provements for all your small
home repairs, painting and
roofing. We also feature
carpet cleaning service. Free
estimate. References on re-
quest. Call anytime. 785-6810.
4tc5-13

CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
: Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6-4
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day

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


3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonary. hbme with
.carport on Ig. lot in good neighbor-
hood. Chain link, fence around
backyard. $33,500.00. ,

Assume 91/2% mortgage on this 3
bdrm., 1 ba., brick home, cen. air &
heat with built-in extras.'

Lg. 4 bdrm., 3 ba. brick home in excel.
neighborhood, cen. air & heat,
fireplace and many extra features. By
appt. only.

Lg. frame dwelling with lots of porch
on 85'x130' lot, .11/ blk. from beach.
St. Joe Beach. Also 1 bdrm. cottage
on property. Sold as is furnished.
$41,900.00.

3 bdrm., 2 ba., Ig. family rm., good
location. $36,900.00.

For Rent: 2 bdrm., unfurnished house
1/2 block from beach at St. Joe Beach.

..HANNON

INSURANCE AGENCY
221 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida
227-1133
FRANK HANNON, Broker
ROYSMITH, Assoc. JOHN CLENNEY, Assoc.


PAINTING (Inter. & Exter.)
GENERAL REPAIRS
FURNITURE REPAIRS
& REFINISHING
PAPER HANGING
20 yrs. experience
Free Estimates
Cheapest Rates In Town
Call 229-8924
.5-27

Air Conditioning- Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric- Plumbing-
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
AVON Buy or Sell
Call district manager, Claudia
Walters, Panama City,
871-5523. tfc 10-8
CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
SERVICE
Tanks Cleaned and
Portelet Service
229-8007






Bcachlumbcr
&y Co.

Gl, dd hR, t.




SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!









Sears Catalog Sales

2271151'

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M,T, Th,F,S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
S. tfc 1-21
SHALLOW WELLS
229- 6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
tfc4-29


SUR-WAY ELECTRIC
411 Reid Avenue
Commercial, Residential
Remodeling and
Service Work
26 Years Experience.
Licensed and Bonded
Call Charles (Shorty I
Sowell at
229-6798
tfc 5-20



ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





o- -=Comi ercla Building ,
-Residential Building ,
-Cabinet Work


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


CUSTOM HOMES-
'REMODELING
229-8795


Church Supplies
Music Records Tapes
Rubber Stamps 4
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Gifts Bibles
Sound Studio Recording
Service
7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES

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


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


I -mlillim


I WATERFRONT & BEACHSIDE LOTS *NEW TOWNHOUSES

I WETAPPO LOTS STORAGE WAREHOUSES


PAT'S MATS & FRAMES


* Mexico Beach, Fla.


406 7th Street


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


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The Gulf County Adult
School will go on summer
hours starting June 7th. The
Centennial Building where
courses for high school com-
pletion are given will be open
,Monday, Tuesday, Wednes-
day, and Thursday, 7:45 A.M.
til 4:30 P.M., and 6:00 P.M. to

NEWS from your

Pharmacist
By WALTER SCOTT .

Measles are pretty com-
mon, but their scientific name
is not--Rubeola. So now you
kilow-in case anyone ever
asks if you had Rubeola. And,
if you are like a majority of
the adults in
the world, you
can answer in
the affirma-
tive. Measles'
is a com-
municable
disease, which
is usually contracted during
childhood.
However, this disease is not
limited to children. Adults are
susceptible to measles if ex-
posed properly under crowded
conditions. Measles are easily
spread-and this is the reason
that there is usually a fairly
large outbreak of the disease
when it starts circulating.
Most times, parents are not
aware that their child has con-
tracted measles until the child
has already passed through
the contagious stages. The
first symptoms are similar to
an ordinary cold, accom-
panied by coughing and runn-
ing eyes. Later, red spots ap-
pear on the upper parts of the
body and then spread over the
entire body. Usually it takes
the disease about two weeks to
run its full course.
We don't wish to infect you
with the measles, but .we feel
that the good will and
courteous service you find
here are generally contagious,
spreading from customer to
customer. Let us serve your
every pharmaceutical need.
We compound prescriptions
accurately and swiftly.


St. Joe Drugs

236 Reld Ave. Phone 227-1723


9:00 P.M. No Friday classes.
The Auto. Body-auto Me-
chanics class can take more
students now and' there is no
charge for this very informa-
tive course. The course is
given at 6:00 P.M. to 1):00
P.M. Monday through Thurs-
day.
Mr. Joe Walker will *con-
tinue conducting high school
completion courses at the
Mexico Beach Methodist
Church Monday and Tuesday
nights, 6:00 to 9:00 P.M.
(E.S.T.)
"Mrs. Maxine Gant will also
be continuing her high school
completion course at the Zion
Fair Baptist 'Church 6:00 to
9:00 P.M., Monday and Tues-
day nights.
Mr. Gunter will be teaching
Driver's Education Monday
arid Tuesday nights 6:00 to
9:00 P.M. at the Port St. Joe
High School.
Mr. Carl White will have his
small engine repair and wood
working course open all sum-
mer, 6:00-9:00 P.M. Monday
and Tuesday nights.
Mr. Harry Herrington will
be teaching bookkeeping at
the Centennial Building, 6:00-
9400 P.M. Monday ard TI)es-
day nights.' '
For further information call
227-1744.. The Gulf C6unty
Adult School does not dis-
criminate on the basis of sex,
race, religion, or national
origin.

Fla. Bank


Softball

Tourney

The Florida Bank men's
softball team will' host their
fifth annual tournament this'
weekend on the new field'
behind the High School.
Teams from Tallahassee,
Panama City, Tyndall Air
Force Base, Bristol,'Wakulla,
Wewahitchka'. Port St..'Joe,
and' Apalachicola will -.be
among the 16 teams partici-
pating.
Play-off time will start at 9
A.M. Saturday. The., local
-'team invites everyone comem'
out and support them.


Public Notices


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOLiRTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
IN PROBATE
IN RE The Esrale ..Ii
BTTnE GALLIHER MAYHEW
Decea ev
NOTICE OF ANCILLARY
ADMINISTRATION
The admnislal-o, c-i Ine EstaTe oi i
Belie Gailiner M3vhe,. deceased lie
number 82. i. pendig in ine CircuitI
Court or Gull Counly. Florida. the ad
iress o0 whicn .s Gull Counly Cour.
[house Pornl S Joe, FioiIas The name
and addr65ess o he Ancillary Personal
Representaive and olf he Ancillary Pei
orinal Repiesenlalhve aliorney aiae sEel
lolIn Delow
All inreresled persons are required to
file witn he Courl WITHIN THREE 13)
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE Ti All
claims ag-inst Irnc Eslale a-id 21i any ob
lecllon by an nr.ie'eeTeo person I, whom
notice was mailed Inal cralle.ges The
validriv ol the Will Ine quallical.ons o1
Ih, Personal RPoresenlalnIe vFenue or
lulsdichon ol Ihe Court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
Dale of Ine r-si publication or Iris
Noli.:e o Aamminislai.onr May 27 1982
S. BETTE JEAN GALLIHER FRAZIER
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
1501 BiackDurn Ajerue
Ashlaina KrtuCky.
I FRED N WITTEN
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE'
AttoIney 31 LaW
08 Long Aierue
Pi STi Joe Fiorina 32.156
CAJ4i229 8253
2152782
FICTITIOUS NAME
" Noice i nereDy given hal pursuant TO
Section 66509. Florida Slalules Ine
urndersigned owner intends 10 register
wilh ime Clerk ol the Circjil coull Gull
CouJry. Florida tour weeks afler mei hirs


4-


public : ali,:.n rol fIn notice, The I
,ame or lra e ,name under which
.r, eiljagc '- ODuSineS, and in wh
bumuneTo. i. D e irarnaaclac. TOC
WEWA REALTY
1501 2na Sireet
Prone 9041639 5078
Pc'si Oliics Box 157
Wieariilchka, FL 32465
Flank Graddy, Owner

BID NO. 273
The C1 enr PorT Si Joe Flo
quleSl. Did tlor a 1982 Pick.Up
SreciicaTions may DC obtained I
C'li CierK s OTilce P. 0 Box A
joe Filorei Bid opEning will be
ine regular n'eelinm r Ine Cily C
;.on ,n Juni 5 15 92
CITY OF PORT ST JOE
By 1ol L A Fanis
Cnry AudiO.rlClerk 2T5
BID NO. WWP166
The CiV oT Port SI Joe. Flor
queFEl bias roa 3 nigr pressure
Cleaner S?.cilicalions may De o
irc n Tne C ly Cleill' Ollice. P 0
Porl Si Joe. Florida B.o open,pi
neid 31i me regular City Comi
'Treelina or, June 15 1982
CITY OF PORT ST" JOE
By it L A Fai.Es.
C., AuciioriCieril 215
FICTITIOUS NAME
Nolice is nereby given thai purse
Seci.on 86509 Florida Sla3ule
unaersigne'o peison irnends 0 o
win ine Cleik ol lhe CircuIl cou
Couniv Fiorda. Iour eeRs atier I
pu e-i calion l Ini. notice In e
name o1 Iraoe I,'nae under whicn
De ernaged in ouiness ana in wli
bu'nes 'S I. :,e ca. ed on i .:,
B&L UPHOLSTERY AND
TRIM SHOP
10.1 6in Sireei H.ghland die
Ponr SI Joe Flor.aa
Ly a, F Wv.llr3,Ts Owner


1 ir Unied methodl Ch hc

Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister


CHURCHSCHOOL ............... ..........
MORNING WORSHIP ....................
EVENING WORSHIP .......................
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .........
CHOIR I ARSAI (WednesdWarn .........


9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
7:30 P.M..
6:30 P.M.
7:30 P.M.


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I


Defeat Sneads, Lose to Wewahitchka


The 1982 Port St. Joe High School baseball
team was honored at a cook our Monday of
this week.
Eleven letters were presented to Alan
Sisk, Tim Stutzman, Chris Adkison, Tommy
King, Ashley Abrams, Pat Kerigan, Jerry
Filrhore, Paul Davidson, Tres Parker, David
Bearden and "Bo" Burke.
Special 'awards were presented to Ashley
Abrams and David Bearden for making the
All-Conference team.. Team 'awards. were
presented to' David Bearden, most valuable


In Memory

In Memory of the late Henry
Thomas, who passed away
June 2, 1980.
WE DO NOT SAY GbODBYE
We do not say goodbye, who


come to mourn,
The tears we cry are really not
for you.
We are the lonely, we are sad,
n he ill forlorn
hicn saia For when you died a part of us
Wit died too.
It is for us the living to endure
The aching pain your passing
left behind;
Your happiness is finally
4p 5-13 secure,
You have the peace which
none of us can find.
rida re-
rruck The reason you were chose
ic,r. The can't be known.
Poil Si We would have kept you
held at
Comrr,i.. longer if we could,
But God called you unto His
very own,
He surely must have thought
that you were good,
While missing you will make
rida. Ie life incomplete,
Sleam
oDisnea The memory of your presence
Box A will not die,
,iii be And 'since some happy day
mi3S'on
again we'll meet,
As you proceed we do not say
goodbye.
Thomas Family
Farnum Family
.uanti o McBride Family
re6sle, Smith Family
il. Gull Gonzelas Family
Ihe lirsi
neWl






Coal and diamonds are
c made of the same
chemical element carbon.


player and highestt batting average;
Sisk-,'best defensive player and Pat Ke
most valuable pitcher.
Paul Davidson was chosen the
recipient of. the "Hoss" Wilder men
award, which was established by the
family to honor their father, B. W. "
Wilder, Sr.,, who passed away this
December. This award is a perpetual
which will be presented annually to the I
selected by s teammates as the best h
on the tea n
M.


1979 Jeep CJ-5, 6 cyL, low
mileage, in excel." conid.,
chrome wheels. Call 229-
6934, ask for Mark. tfc 6-3

1973 VW convertible, 3,000
miles, inint cond. 648-8440,
OfiCAUp Af n 0 m


2tc5-27


68 Chev. wagon, 307, auto.,
p.b., p.s., 2-way gate, new
shocks, gc'd tires, $550. 73
Duster, 6 cyl., auto., p.s., new
shocks, good tires, $675.' 73
Continental, 4-dr. town car,
full power, new shocks, good
tires, $1,275. Call 1-229-6875.

75 Dodge pickup, auto., p.s.,
p.b., air, $675. Totum mobile
home mover, 68 International
Load Star 1600, gas, 10-spd.,
good tires w/ex. Egp, $2,400.
Call 1-229-6875. Itp 6-3


SURPLUS JEEPS, CARS
AND TRUCKS available.
Many sell for under $200. Call
312-742-1143 ext. 9939 for infor-
mation on how to purchase.
4tp 5-20






Immediately open: Tal-
lahassee Democrat news-
paper route in Port St. Joe.
Good part-time earning along
with generous transportation
allowance. All you need is
good credit, good transporta-
tion and ability to meet public.
Call Mike Creek, 599-2202 or
697-2654 collect. tfc 5-20


Large PATIO SALE
day and Saturday, star
8:00 a.m., 216 7th St.

GARAGE SALE: Fr
Sat., June 4 and 5. Friday
Saturday, 9-2. 525 8th St


YARD SALE: Sat., June 5,
9:00 till. 511 9th St. 3 families.
Men's, women's, kid's, baby
clothes, toy box furniture, food
dehydrator, kids table &
chairs, brass-colored head-
board and rails. FREE 1 yr.
old part cocker spaniel with
doghouse to good home. ltp 6-3


YARD SALE: 214 First St.,
Highland View. 5 families.
June 4-5, 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Rain
cancels. Itp 6-3


YARD SALE: thursday and
Friday, 1315 Long ave. 9 till 5.
2 families.





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

The Disabled American
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6-4
There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. J.oe
Lodge No. I11, F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m..
B. F. NUNNERY. W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With


HANNON INSURANCE

Agency, Inc.

The Insurance Store Since 1943


Auto Home Business Life

Flood Bonds Mutual Funds

8:30 til 6:00 Monday through Friday


221 Reid Avenue


Phone 227-1133


We are HERE to Service What We Sell


ROY SMITH, Agent


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1982


Sharks Win 1.Lose 1, In Jamboree

Port St. Joe's Sharks fielded the annual spring jamboree. lost with three fumbles to +++ times, the Wewahitchka Ga-
a young but good hitting and The Sharks won one of their Wewahitchka in the final In their first appearance in tors picked up the fumble and
quick team Thursday night in outings on the gridiron, andi& period of the evening, the game, the Sharks mounted on succeeding plays, scored


a 47 yard scoring drive to
bump the Sneads Pirates, 6-0.
Freddie Woullard rushed for
26 yards in the drive and Chris:
Butts passed to Josh Jenkins
for 13 yards in the drive. Butts
sneaked across from the two
yard line to put the Shark
score on the board.
Sneads failed to get a first
down against a small but
quick Shark defense which
held the Pirates' to a total of
seven yards of offense.
Michael Pittman picked off
a Sneads pass in the waning
minutes of the game. and
galloped 70 yards for another
Shark TD, only to have his
efforts called back by a
penalty for blocking below the
waist.
The Shark defense 'was led'
by good, play by:. Walter
Seabrook, Jay Lynn, Terry,
Woullard, Willard Paul Gil-
bert and Seth Howell.
The Sharks had'72'yards of
offense. Woullard had 29 yards.
rushing and Chris Butts com-
pleted two passes for two
attempts for 22. yards.
annual
photo In the finale,. Port St. Joe
had trouble holding on to the
football. The ball was dropped
on the ground three successive
times and in three successive

Cancer Unit

To Meet Fri.

Alan Members of the South Gulf
rigan. County Unit of the American
Cancer Society will meet.
first Friday, June 4,, at Pauline's
morial Restaurant.
Wilder The. meeting will begin at
Hoss" noon (Dutch treat) for a
past planning session 'to begin work '.
award on the 1982 promotions for the
player educational and fund raising
rustler crusade.

Overstreet VFD

E Slates Meeting

The Overstreet Volunteer
Fire Department will have
: Fri- their regular business meet-
ting at ing the second Tuesday in
June.
The meeting will begin at
ri. and 7:30. Several money making
iy, 9-4; projects will be discussed.
t.


Wanted to Buy: Travel
trailer or motor home. Must
be clean and reasonable. Call
229-6193. tfe5-27

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


three times on the Sharks. All
three fumbles came within the
15 yard line The Sharks
handed the ball to the Gators
on the 14, 13 and six yard lines,
which the Gators converted
for scores in their 19-6 defeat
of the Sharks.
The Sharks only score was a
source of comfort for their
fans, since the Sharks mount-
ed an 80 yard drive against thp
Gators to end the quarter.
In the scoring drive, quar-
terbacks Dillon Vizcarra and
Chris Butts executed well with
Vizcarra rushing for 20 yards
on two carries and Butts
passing for 43 more. Josh
Jenkins had a 31 yard recep-
tion to spark the drive.
The Sharks out-manned the
Gptors in the statistics, chalk-
ing up 82 yards on offense to 63
for the Gators.
The Sharks rushed for 39
and passed for 43 yards. The
Gators had 63 yards on the
ground and none in the air.


Summer Classes To


Begin for Adults
*.e g ,,* .


OfIU! 648-5011 Sales
S648-8220 Rentals


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY J
Eacn Oiice iroaDenie.ae.TI Onend ana Operaled
REALTOR
9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 P. O. Bx 1332
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTATE SALES BEACH RENTALS


5-ACRE TRACTS
SR386 Hwy. Overstreet
ONLY $200 DOWN

Balance Over 10- Year Period at 12%

SUNSHINE FARMS

PORT ST. JOE


1306 Long Ave. 2 bdrm.. 1 ba., iIv. im..
kitchen. diningiden combo. Chain
link lenced back yard. all In good
cond. Only S29,000.
1802 Marvin 3 bdrm. 1 be., Iv rm.
dining area. kitchen' laundry rm.
covered carport on Ig. 78x175' lot.
Paved driveway. $33.500. Adjoining
lot also available with above II
desired.
Beautilul brick home In nice
neighborhood, 3 bdim.. 2 be.. greal
rm. wlhuge I p.. dining area w bay
window. kit wleating bar & ap.
pliances. Laundry m., dbl. car garage
and utlity rm Must see Ihis spacious
home to appreciate. $75.000. 2105
Palm Blvd
Excellent rental investment Duplex
apartment in good neighborhood.
$5.000 down, owner will finance rest
al 12.o Long Ave.
Beauillul 3 bdrm.. 2 be. brick home
only 2"' yrs. old. Fenced In back
yard, utility shed. I car garage Must
see to appreciate. 104 21st St
S67.600 0.


Call and see what we can do about
moving you Into a 3 bdrm.., 2 ba I car
garage home 107 Yaupon. $50.000.
Good assumable mortgage.
191.2 Juniper. Brick, 3 bdrm, 1!* i be..
qilet area close to schools, good-
sized home. Only S39,900. 2 screened
poiches & 2 car carport.
Lg house. 3.bdrm.. I'P ba.. liv. rm.
din rm.. & kitchen combo. carport.
newly painted thruoul. 1501 Monu.
. ment. No. 106.

Call our alice tor information or
other listings in Mexico Beach. St.
Joe Beach, Overstreet; Gull Aire.
Commercial, Beacon Hilt or Howard
Creek. Also beachfront lots in Mexico


Beach and Cape rea.
PAUL ETTA CAMPBELL
ALISA DUREN
ELLEN ALLEMORE
ARCHIE BARBEE
JIM CLEMENT
BOB & JEAN FALISKI
WYVONN4 HATTAWAY
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648-5635
48 8939
648-5392
648-5482
229.6553
229.6993
227.1589


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Saturday, June 5 11 A.M.

LOCATION; From Tallahassee take Route 26 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-
ing property.


49 TRACTS


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-
by.
Utilities available include electricity, telephone and a private water system. This proper-
ty also contains shrimping and oyster 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% down, balance over 5 years at 12%, with monthly payments.

CALL OR WRITE FOR BROCHURE
BROKER
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Property with Us Reg. U. S. Trademark


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Licensed Broker Phone 904-622-3719
LICENSED bONDED INSURED


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WAYNE
PARRISH


Only three golfers have eve
managed to win the U.S. Ope
as many as four times. Thes
were Willie Anderson, Rober
T. Jones, Jr. and Ben W
Hogan. All three men are cor
sidered to be among th
world's best all-time golfers.
Anderson won the U.S. Ope
in 1901, 1903, 1904 and 1905
Jones scores his victories h
1923, 1926, 192q and 193(
Hogan was the master of th
Open title in 1948, 1950, 195
and 1953. In addition, Jone
was the top U.S. Amateur fiv
times, in 1924, 1925, 1927, 192
and 1930. These men will Ion
be remembered for their goll
ing feats.
A champion is always put
ting forth his best effort. Put
ting forth our best effort t
provide customers with oul
standing service is a goal w
try to achieve every day.
Athletic House
323 Reid Avenue


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Davidson, David Bearden and Ashley Ab- baseball banquet Monday night. -Star



Awards Passed Out



At Baseball Cookout


$10o Discount
with this coupon off all
EYEGLASS FRAMES in stock with
the purchase of prescription lenses.
Offer beginsJune I and expiresJuly30: nootheroffer Apply.


Dra. Tindell, Denty & Associates

117 West Main St. / Dothan. Alabama 36301 ..
793-2633 / 793-6053


FRANK HANNON, Agent


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. JUNE 3. 1982


Kiwanis Club coming in the victors in'
the competition for the floating cup.
Kiwanis golfers which earned the.
possession of the championship cup for.
"a year are shown above, from left tot
rirh t: Frank Hannon Dri Joe IIolpnrix.v


Port St. Joe's Kiwanis, Lions and Country Club golf course Sunday, May Gannon Buzzett, Eldon Miller,
Rotary clubs took to the St. Joseph Bay 22 'in a golf tournament, with the Wall and Dr. Bob King. -SI



SWeight Control Program At Clini
Edwin-.R. Ailes,'Execiutive met with a great deal of required.
i Director bf the .Gulf ,County success. The purpose of these
Guidance Clinic, Inc. has' programs is to offer behavior- According to Ailes, the
aiinoun6ed thtt'the Clinic will al or psychological technique Guidance Clinic has been
-' "be'orducting more "Weight for weight loss and control of operating one weight control
.M." Cbritrol ProgrAms'' at the weight gaii. 'No drug' br ..,group for the past month. In
SCliiiic.;.Accbrdihglo Ailes, one dietary fads are utilized arind approximately three, weeks,
such grodp i4sd'irrently being medical 'clearance Orior to gro1ip members have lost
Sobffered at the'Clinic and has starting in the program is slightly over twenty-two (22)
pounds. Ailes emphasized that


LOOK WHAT'S COMING!'
--. Friday, June, 4, the Gulf
r' ;County Association for Re-
"V*-', tarded Citizens' will be spon-
scoring their Annual Fund-
raising Telethon with free
balloons and sno-cones for
those 'who make donations to
,,' thi '.event.
I' 'o-JOhn- Gilmore, Telethon
Clairjperson, ,will be an-
nouincing local entertainment
dii'' ui.the hours of 11:00-1:00
and 5:00-7:00 P.M. The Tele-
j tion arid Entertainment will
"be held in downtown Port St.
Joe at the corner of 5th and
*' R "&id; ,
Money received through this
"event will be used in providing
services to the' Retarded Citi-
i- zens 'of Gulf 'County' and

B and Boosters
,."','. ,. "'"
The Port St. Joe Band
Boosters Association will
meet Monday, June 7T at 7:30
'i:. ,ithe'Commons area at Port
St.'Joe High School. All Band
parents abnd interested per-
s6ns'are urged to attend.


Mexico Beach. Your pledge to
the Gulf County Association
for Retarded Citizens Tele-
thon Friday will remain in
your community for service
for the retarded citizens of our
area.
Pledge by dialing 229-6327,
227-1147, 1148, 1149, or come
and make your donation in
person and receive a balloon
and sno-cone FREE!!


weight loss maintenance is
stressed. The purpose of these
groups is to teach individuals
how to lose weight and how to
maintain this weight loss.
Individual interviews for the
Clinic's'"Weight Control Pro-
grams" are being scheduled
at the present time. Any
persons interested in these
programs through the Gulf
County Guidance Clinic should
contact Mr. Ailes at 227-1145.
Fees for these programs are
competitive .with other such
weight loss programs. Groups
meet weekly and are estab-
lished as needed.


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36 Students Complete CPR Course
Sudden death Cardiac ar- evaluated on the following: Clark, Michael Roney, Connie Johnson, Lynn Aman, Kim
WhW 1i n.t A^ .d ,, ;^ 1 1;if hic nDPR d 4,,lt t--,,'m Plairov .n d Rr RobA *, ^ 'An. O i.t P---


I cat., ii L U you iUoU 1 it
should happen to someone
close to you or to someone youth
don't even know" There are
1,000,000 heart attacks each.
year- 650,000 die.
Port St Joe Jr -Sr High
School is offering CPR icar-
dio-pulmonar. resuscitation)
to students so that they can
knov how to help in an
emergency situation.
The students spend eight
hours of training in knowledge
of Basic Life Support and are


u.ne-man iiiII V-. r.t, aLUL, ; wo-manIC
CPR, adult; infant CPR;
Adult obstructed airway, con-.
scious and unconscious; infant.
obstructed airway, conscious
and unconscious; and modi-
fied jaw-thrust.
Thirty six students have
completed the course for
certification for' a two year
period by the American, Heart
Association. Completing the
CPR course Were: Renee
Barton,. Becky Bateman,
Vicky Barnhill, Mark, LaLu-
zerne, Keith Bailey, David


, air i JCawnA Jonau. neinC ia -
Neel, Dan McDermott, Brent
.Moore, Pete Bell, Curtis Gil-
bert, Tia Phillips, Tonya Phil-.
lips, Eva Collier, Wendy
Wynn, Bill Nixon, Tracey Hill,
Cynthia Rogers, Dorcas Har-
ris, Shervie Huggins, Bernice


rsAIUkJ, eveLt out.,ra .miln
Norris, Angie Bryan, Valeria
"Renfro, Debra Wilhite, Karen
Barnes, Kim Landano, and
Linda McFarland.
- The CPR class is'under the
supervision of Barbara Eells
and Jim Belin.


"Cool It with




Air Conditioning

and Refrigeration

RESIDENTIAL AND -
COMM!.ERCIAL ("" :
SALES- SERVICE
INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

Now Adding

Electric Motor Rewinding
Fraclonal H P i'nru 3 H P
Srqgle Pnase or Three Pnase


George Thomas Company
Phone 229-6394 or 648-8952
310 Williams Ave. Port St. La. Fla.


Instruction in Phonics, Lan-
guage, Arts and Math will be
available to all children,
grades one through seven, at
Faith Christian School. The
summer session will be held
.each morning from 9:30 a.m
until 12 noon for six weeks,
beginning 'June 14th and end-
ing July 23rd.
Tuition is $60.00 for one
subject or $100.00 for two


Notice to all residents of
U- P -1, -


H owarda reeK area:
4 Cora Sue Robinson, Super-
[-e othe Howard Creek Community
Center on Thursday, June 3rd


areas of study. There is a
registration lee of $20.00 which
pays for supplies and refresh-
ments.
Mrs. Robert Vinson will be
teaching the Math, and Mrs.
Tom Davison the Phonics and
Language Arts.
For furtherr information,
please., call either of these
teachers, or the office at Faith
Christian School, 229-6707.


from 5:00 p.m to 7:00 p.m.,
EDT, to register new voters in
the Howard Creek area and to
make address changes for the
new precinct. Please come by
to be sure your name is in the
new precinct.


SSHOPNOW.AND SAVE ON THESE QUALITYTEMS.


SQUANflTITES ARE LIMITED TO STORE


3 'fg. 'st /
50 Ft. Outdoor e
Extension Cord
Rugged, bright orange extension cord Is U.L.
listed 'and'meets their -35C cold Dend test re-
quiremrents. Heavy duty, 1250 watts, id am'p,
125 6blt, 18 gauge and 3 conductor features
makes this the bargain of the summer.


95 mfg. list 3.17
16 Oz. Oil
Treatment
* Reduces smoking and oil
burning
Improves ring seals and
compression
Fortifies oil to restore power


,. ] Wh n the name b NAM, ie tadwad Is q
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5.85
mfg. list 12.10
50 ft.
Garden
Hose
The most flexible garden nose ever made. Made
of reinforced plastic. Coils really and remains
flexible even in cold weather.


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mfg. list 30.45
Dustbusterm
Lightweight rechargeable cordless vacuum
cleaner in decorator shades of sand and brown
Storage unit mounts on wall or door. Permanent.
wasnable dust bag.


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get your money before you


It's a cnme Millions of Social Security and other
government checks are stolen or lost every year Alnd
it doesn t have to happen
Florida National now offtters Direct Deposit banking.
Just give us the'word and we 11 automatically have
your regular government payment deposited directly
Into your personal checking or savings account.
It's the no- nsk. bassle-tree way to bank
With Direct Deposit, there's no waiting for your
check to arrive No inconvenience of running to the
bank because you have to And no worry about
someone stealing your check if you're away


You can feel secure knowing that your deposit is
safe with Florida National--every month. With or
without you being at home.
So go visit the kids in Poughkeepsie. Or plan a
picnic in the backyard. Do anything you like whenever.
you like. Because the time is yours.
Ask us about Direct Deposit. It's safe, fast, convenient.
And it's a great feeling to know that nobody is going
to cash your check before you do.
Direct Deposit banking. From your great statewide
bank, Florida National.


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Great State. Great People. Great Bank.
Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe 504 Monument Avenue. Port St. Joe. Florida 32456. (904) 229-8282/ ,
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PAGE TEN


Summer School:

At Faith Christian


Kiwanis Club Takes Golf

Trophy from Lions, Rotary


To Register Voters


;iGARC Sponsoring


Annual Telethon


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & ) pnd Ave.
Welcome Friend
SUNDAY SCHOOL ......... .. ..... 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE .. ... .... 11:00 A.M. & 7 30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ... 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) ..... 7.30 P M.
Nursery Provided Bfd.ERRY REGISTER


MMENUMOOF


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Phone 229-8222


201 Long Avenue


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The Society of Distinguished
American High School St-
dents has announced that
students from Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School have been.
selected as members for 1982
The Society is one of the
most selective high school
honoraries in America today


Membership is not only an.
honor but also an incentive for
those exhibiting top
performance while in- high
school. To be accepted, stu-
dents must have excelled in.
academics, extracurricular,
or civic activities and be
nominated by a local sponsor


County Senior Citizens Taking

Applications for Worker


Applications are being ac-
cepted by the Gulf County'
Senior Citizens Association for
the position of Outreach Work-
er, 20 hours per week A high
school education is required
for this responsible position,
Applications will be ac-
cepted through June II, ano


may be obtained at the Senior
Citizens office at Avenue D
and Peters Avenue, Port St
Joe, or in the office of Myrtle
Jackson COld Courthouse in
Wewahitchka
This is an Equal Opportu-
nity employer.


Students awarded this honor
include: Kip Alstaetter, Vicky
Barnhill, Jan Clenney, Teresa
Ford, Iris Garland, James
Hamby, Melinda McArdle,
Marc Mahlkov, Janine Pierce,
Patricia Raiford. Marjorie
Schoelles, Gaynell Stephens,
Ann Ward, Pamela Norris,
Lynn Stephens. Stacie An-
gerer, Deborah Beasley, John
Cassani. Stac. Creel. Alisa
Gant. Randy Haddock, Seth
Howell. Keith Jones. Rhonda
Kemp, Jeannette Lawder,
Patrick McFarland. Marcia
Stoutamire. Robert Taylor,
Lisa Whale\., and Melissa
Wood
The Societl is unique in that
it combines the honor of
membership with its National
Awards Program which ear-
marks college scholarships


for Society members. This
scholarship program, now in
its fourteenth year, is funded
by 104 prestigious American
colleges. The Society pre-


serves the student's honor by
listing their biographical ac-
complishments in an annual
Membership Registry 'which
is distributed nationally.


Gardeners
Lane Davis and David Andrews proudly
nurture the garden at the Gulf County Adult


Activity Center on Peters Street. Fresh
vegetables-out of this garden are for sale
during the week with 'all proceeds going
toward those disabled clients who raise the
* garden as part of their training program. Call
229-6327 for prices and availability) of
vegetables. -Star photo


Ducks Unlimited



Organizing Here


According to Biff Quarles, local
sportsman, people of Port, St. Joe and!,
surrounding areas interested in participat-
ing in a practical conservation program
will be given an opportunity to do so.
As a local representative of Ducks
Unlimited, an international waterfowl
conservation organization, Mr. Quarles
said, "When it comes to conservation,
there are a lot of good people out there with
good intentions who would really like to
make a.positive difference in how wildlife
is perpetuated on this continent, but just
don't know how to go about it"..
He went on to say that he volunteered
to help raise funds for Ducks Unlimited
because of the organization's impressive
habitat 'track record. Since 1937,. this
private, nonprofit organization has con-
structed more than 1,800 wetland projects
throughout. :Canada a country where


over 70 percent of North America's ducks
and geese are produced and where
Federal Duck Stamp dollars can't be
spent. As a result, Ducks Unlimited has
reserved nearly three million habitat
acres and created more than 11,000 miles
of crucial nesting shoreline for the
waterfowl.
Concluding his remarks about the
importance of DU's conservation effort,
Mr. Quarles stated, "Our committee will
soon be calling ,on conservation-minded
individuals within the community to .help
support a DU fund-raising banquet this
fall. We expect to have a lot of good food,
good prizes and good fun for everyone, and
those who attend can rest assured the
dollars we' raise are going to a very good
cause." Mr. Quarles said he would be
more than happy to talk to anyone
interested in DU's grassroots conservation
program and can be reached at 229-8795.


?. Land Big Shark
Paul Padgett, left, and Danny Hallinan show off the large
five foot shark they caught Sunday afternoon, fishing off the
oil docks at the end of First Street. Padgett said it took nearly
an hour to land the big shark after he was hooked on a light
line and tackle. -Star photo


Annual -I

Telethon 7

Friday '
Watch for our new look on MARI
Friday, June 41 Gulf County's Begin
Association for Retarded Citi- -
zens Annual Telethon will be Register
Happening that date to raise
funds for its sponsorship local- Grades
ly of the Gulf County Adult BiBLESTUDY
Activity Center,Special Olym- MORNING WORSHIP.
pics and other activities which CHURCHTRAINING
enhance the quality of life for CHURCH TRAINING
all developmentally, disabled E G WORSHIP
citizens in Gulf County and WEDNESDAY .
Mexico Beach.
Come by the corner of Reid
,Avenue and 5th Street June4 A
and enjoy the live entertain- Lon g De
ment at mid-day .and. late
afternoon. Your ARC will 1601 LON
welcome all individual and
business donations in hopes of
making this their most suie
cessful telethon yet!


Initiating

Restraint


Law July 1
The. new Child Restraint
Law recently enacted by 'the
legislature will become ef-
fective July 1, 1983, said the
Florida Highway Patrol. re-
cently.'
Parents, of children five
years or younger should invest.
in an .approved' crash tested
child restraint within the next
14 months in order to comply
with the law.
Colonel Eldrige Beach, Pa-
trol'director said, "Parents or
parents-to-be should start
making plans to purchase a
proper seat restraint for child-
ren five years or younger. The
sooner small children are
secured in a seat restraint the
better their chances of avoid-
ing death or serious injury
should they be involved in a
traffic crash."
Small children often become
flying missiles during a crash
or are crushed against the
dash by adults in the front
seat. If they are placed in a
seat restraint while still ba-
bies, the less resistance pa-
rents will meet when starting
to use it
Beach concluded by asking
parents to go ahead and prove
their love for their children by
getting a child car restraint
rather than waiting for the law
to take effect.


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To Be A Part of
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Pnone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .. 10:00 A M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS 1100 AM.
Study in the Gospels. Wednesday 7 00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone

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member Raffield was absent, gram in Gulf Co t tive Aide; ard alounty.
The Superintendent was also On motion by .Gr secos Wewahitchka High School- the Schedule for Special Pro- byn motion by Greer second unan-
present. by Sewell, the ra.u-.ani- Sue Mathes, Secretary; Bon- rams Plannng for 1982-8 by Raffield, the Board unam-
Chairman Graham presided mously approved .-.o1low- nie Harrison, Clerical Aide; grams Planning for the 9828 mously approved ain Educa-
arid the meeting was opened ing personnel Matters for th( Barbara Eubanks, Excep- n motion b y Greer, second tional Programming Agree-
with prayer by Graham and 1982-8 year: tional Child Education Aide; byWhtfield the Boar unani- Clat sses with ummer lf chountyol
followed by the Pledge of Coun.;ce- Dorothy Le- LaRue Huddleston, Library mostly vote to pay one-half Guidance Clinic. Copies of the
Allegiance. vine, SSe ary to the Superi,. Aide; Elmer Hall, Auto Me- oT incIrred Guidance Clinic. Copies of the
The Superintendent pre- tendentl -isy Pittman, 5,.: chanics Aide (if no project is progam eBadPar Agreement are on file in the
sented Catherine Ramsey, a retary the r., ct"- approved); projectinWeahitchkauperintendent's office.
teacher at Port St. Joe High Admatist -ti(. .l.::; i Wewahitchka Elementary phe Bard reviewed cr- On motion by Raffield,
School, a plaque of apprecia- r School-andra Husband; respndence from Ma e second by Sewell, the Board
tion from the Board for being SA .-:r!i C..erk: d- Custodial and Maintenance- Biggs requesting assistance i entered an Order at ing
named TEACHER OF THE nf bLaFinance Clerk. Joan McCroan, Secretary; attending the National FeP the recommended action of
YEAR- in Gulf County. Development C.-.er- Alma Bryant; Lucille Flem- deration of State Poetry Soci the Hearing Officer relative to
Larry Wayne Scheffer met P.i ePry, Secretary; ings; Gladys McArdle; Queen ties conention in Memphis the suspe A csion of Clarence
with the Board and presented So. e ;ce- Pittman; Ruby Farmer; Tennessee. It was the unani- onett file in the Superinten-
a petition relative to the Betty 19 Wi.e ( ret--y; Joycel saacks; Edith McGee; mous feeling of the Boaid is on file in the Superinten
Building Trades program be- Port it. Je El, entary- Bessie Willis; Christine Wor- tht,at this time, they could dent's office.
ing abolished at Port St. Joe Juanita Powell, Se ta; ley; Tercie Causey; Franklin not honor this request There being no further
High School. This matter was Hi land VI w? wiary Filmore: Josephine Frazier; The Boardreceived letters ess,the meeting ad-
tabled until the next regular School- Carolyn P8 E. L. Fleming: Eloise Hen- r journed.


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PAGE FOURTEEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1982 Gderson; LmAda Dozier; Lester
Gortman; Luther. Flowers;. irs. R alp h
Olivia Moore; Mary Rhames; I
Cathy Causey; Elnora Turi-
er, Bertha Thomas; Susah
IThomas; Sandra Brock, Shar-
MIN UTES l l Von Shearer; Leroy Causey; .. V |
7 h I1 ihitfield; :Ben Causey ; R
U TE S David Williams; Curtis Wat-
son; Q. P. Wise; Les Gort- Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr. was
M I man; Kerry Wilson; installed as the fourth regent
o f the Transportation- Clenton of Saint Joseph Bay'Chapter
Brownell, Mechanic; Morris National Society Daughters of
Shavers, Mechanic; William the American Revolution at
Burrows, Assistant Mechani.. cthe American Revolution at
the-year's final meeting Wed-
Gulf Couny CommissonThis is a 12 month position,8 meeng we-
hours per day; .nesday, May 19.
SBus Drivers- Jeanette Ant- Mrs. Nobie Stone, installing
ley; Betty Curlee; Betty Fain; officer used the 'analogy of a
The Board of County Com- Comm. Money made a motion perty in Highland View The Mae Ella Gant; James chain being only as strong as
mission of Gulf County, Flori- to advertise the ordinance for Chairman reported that he McGee; Marion Mims. Jo its weakest link in charging
da, met April 27, 1982 in public hearing on May 25 at and the Clerk were working on O'Barr; Linda Purswell'; '-,new officers with their duties.
regular session with the fol- 7:00 p.m. Comm. Tankersley this project : Betty Cleckley; George Co- Others taking office were"
lowing members present: seconded the motion and it Comm. Branch discussed oper; Bernice Fortner; Annie Mrs, w. D.Dye vice regent-
Chairman Jimmy 0. Gort- passed with the following the varying prices of diesel Hall; Forest Revell; 0. 'C.M --rs. Wo n D v oreg
man, James L. Tankersley, vote; Commissioners Gort- fuel and suggested the Board Williams; Rosa Williams; Clo- Mrs John T. Ho-ar.d of
Douglas C. Birmingham, Eld- man, Tankersley, Birming- receive bids for all types of tel Washington; Shirley Wil- Apalachicola, chaplain; Mrs
ridge Money,- and William R. ham, and Money voted aye. fuel purchased for the Road liams. This employment is for Mark Tomlinson, recording
Branch. Others present were: Comm. Branch voted aye, Department and Mosquito 184 days, 4 hours per day; secretary; Mrs. William Ho-
Clerk Jerry Gates, Deputy stating he felt the morality Control Department. The Approved Peggy Revell for well, Jr., corresponding se-
Clerk Maurell Cumbie, At- ordinance should be decided Board agreed and requested a half-time position for the cretary, Mrs. Paul Kunel,
torney William J. Rish, Mos- by referendum election. Mosquito Control Director 1982-83 school year if student treasurer; Mrs Charles
quito Control Director Doug Building Official E. F. Gunn Doug Kent to look. into this overcrowding exists on buses; Brown, historian. Mrs: Nobie
,'Kent, Sheriff Ken Murphy, informed the Board that ac- matter. Approved the following ex- Stone was appointed parlia
and Bailiff-Lieutenant Jack cording to the Gas Code of the Comm. Branch discussed ceptional student btis drivers mentarianp
Davila. Southern Building Code a bond the practice of new industries provided a need for these mentarian.
The meeting came to order was required for anyone in- not hiring local people to work positions is warranted: Phyl- Mrs. Charles Brown, out-
at 7:00.p.m. stalling gas furnaces and during the new construction or lis Gortman, 180 days, 7 hours going regent conducted the
. Mosquito Control Director air-conditioning systems and renovation of industries apply- plus I hours, 16 hours, inser- opening ritual and welcomed
Doug Kent opened the meeting the Board needed to deter- ing for ad valorem tax exemp- vice; Hazel Nunnery, 180 Mrs. Edwin McCain and Mrs.
with prayer and the Clerk led mine the amount of the bond. Lions. He stated that he felt days, 7 hours, 16 hours of Michael Allen as new mem-
the-pledge of allegiance to the Building Official E. F. Gunn these industries should hire inservice; Hazel Simmons, 180 bers.
flag. discussed the building official local people whenever possi- days, 6 hours, 16 hours of For the chapter, Mrs. Paul
Upon motion by Comm. position,- the building depart- ble. The Board agreed. The inservice; Fensom, organizing chapter
STankersley, second by Comm. ment, and suggested to the attorney stated that to-date School Food Service- Mana- regent, presented the National
Money, and unanimous vote, county they adopt' a gas the Board has granted no one gers': Lou Eaker, Kathryn
the Board approved the mi- ordinance' regulating the in- a tax exemption even though King, Faye Lewis, Minnie
..'nutes of April 13, 1982. stallation of gas appliances, there had been feelers from Lovett, Viella Rouse. This is a N N
The Chairman announced etc. in new homes and build- certain companies. 192 day position, 7 hours per EX TENSION I
that, pursuant to public adver- ings. Mr. Gunn stated that the Comm. Branch requested day;
tisement, the Board would state would like for Gulf Supervisor of Elections Cora Assistant Managers: Yvon-
hold a public hearing to County to have a full time Sue Rpbinson report on what ne Atchison, Nervice Colvin,
consider the abandonment of building official, but Gulf would be needed to establish a Opal Owens, Geraldine Wil'- W aterit
Christie's Beach Subdivision, County did not need a full time voting precinct at Howard's liams. This is a 188 day W ateri
Unit No. 1. The Attorney building official. Creek. After Mrs. Robinson's position, 6 hours per day;
reported .hat,the.owners had Earl Burrows appeared be- report, Comm. Birmingham Cashiers: Eunice Arhelger,
requested this subdivision plat fore the Board concerning his made a motion to establish a 5 hours per day; Betty Cleck-
be abandoned- at the the complaint about biting ogs, voting precinct at Howard's ley, 4 hours per day; Teresa H ouse I
.March 23rd meeting. After stating he had now resolved Creek,,econded by Comm. Johnson,, 3.2 hours per day;
-consideration, Comm. Money this matter with County Sani- Tankersley. Mrs. Robinson Marlene Sewell. This position By Roy Lee Carter
made a' motion to adopt station Officer Winston B. then suggested a voting pre- is for 181 days;
Resolution 82-11 to abandon Prather. cinct also be set up at Indian School Food Service Work-
.Christie's Beach Subdivision, Earl Burrows requested the Pass because of the increased ers- Essie Hall, Georgia Peak, Careless watering kills
-.Unit No. 1. Comm. Tankersley Board repair sand bags on the population in that area. After Gwen Lowery, Easter Nich- plants faster than just about
seconded the motion' and it culvert at the corner of .discussion of combining pre- ols, Rita Todd, Maggie Bell, p
.passed unanimously. Forrest .and Palmetto Streets cihcts and establishing new [na Merritt, Willie Moore, anything. This week I will tall
The Attorney informed the in Overstreet. The Board ones, -Comm. Birmingham Ollie Neel, Martha Davis, Eva about some of the dangers of
"Board that Attorney John agreed to replace the sand withdrew his motion and. Flowers, Causey Griffin, Lil- over-watering, and offer some
Daniels, attorney for Road bags. Conui,,.Tankersley withdrew lian Russ. This is a 182 day tips on how to tell when your
Department employee Alva EarLBurrows informed the .his second to allow the Super- position, 6 hours per day. plants need water and how
.Kemp, had requested Mr. Board that each year when the visor of Elections'to make a Betty Hand, 182 days, 31 much you should give them.
Kemp's termination hearing County grades the road in written recommendation to hours per day. My information for this article
be postponed two weeks. The front of his home a ridge is the Board concerning precinct The Board approved the was provided by Extension
SBoaid re-set the hearing for created., in his driveway en- changes. elimination of the school lunch Urban Horticulture Specialist,
-.May 11, 1982. trance. He requested the Road Supervisor of Elections on the la-t school day prior to Dr b rti l i f th
: Comm. Birmingham re- Department level his drive- CorarSue Robinson reported Thanksgiving. Christmas Dr. Robert Black of the
.ported, to the Board on his way with the road. The Board that she receives notice of Spring Holidays and the last University of Florida, Insti-
:meeting with the .State De- agreed to check into this used voting machines other day of school. These days have tute of Food and Agricultural
apartment of Transportation matter. counties have available for historically been very poor Sciences.
concerning constructing a Mosquito Control Director sale if the Board needs to participation days. Most green plants grow very
mosquito control ditch from Doug Kent requested the purchase any. She also re- Approved the reappoint- well in a-soil that's kept moist,
Butler Bay to State Road 71 to Board grant a ten cent per ported on a Data Vote Ab- ment of Maybelle Whitley as a but isn't continal saturated
alleviate drainage problems hour pay 'adjustment for sentee Ballot Counter which teacher at Wewahitchka Ele- isn't continually saturated
at' Fleming-Mini Farms. He Charles Anderson, Equipment counts absentee ballots in mentary School provided she with water. Plants need air as
reported the Departmdnt of Operator 1, to allow equaliza- thirty minutes and the esti- completes six semester hours well as water, too much water
Transportation agreed to this tion of his pay with other mated price was $2,500.00. The in college coursework toward can suffocate plant roots and
project provided it is started operators in this class. Upon Chairmpn .'rpequested- Mrs. certification in mental retar- cafise' 'them to rot. Over-
no later than June 8 (Depart- motion by Comm.. Money, Robinson check further into dation. watering also causes severe
ment of Transportation con- second by Comm. Branch, and this.matter, but that the Board Approved the c-eappoint- leaf diop.
tract commencement date to unanimous vote, the Board had no funds available for ment "of Jacque Price as How much you water, and
resurface State, Road 71) and approved this pay raise. purchasing voting equipment assistant principal at Port St.
the Board. obtains the neces- Comm. Money made a mo- at this time. Joe High School for the 1982-83 how often will vary coisider-
sary easements and. pur- tion to increase Mosquito Comm. Tankersley told the school year. ably, depending on the type of
chases the 'culvert. After Control Director Doug Kent's Board that he has received Approved the employment plant you're growing, its size
discussion, Comm. Birming- salary by 13 percent in ac- information that Eglin Air of Marchelle McLemore as a and stage of growth, the soil,
ham made a motion that the cordance with the Board's Force Base is trying to teacher'aide at Wewahitchka
Board. purchase' the culvert agreement with Mr. Kent enlarge the D-3 site on Cape Elementar', for the remainder
,needed arid the Attorney pre- upon conclusion of his 45 day San Bias and he would like for of this- school year from City Commission of Port
pare ditch easements for probationary period: Comm. the Board to write Eglin Approved the reappoint- St. Joe; Gulf County Commis-
:approval by .the Board. Branch seconded the motion. Officials to find out how ment of David Humphreys sion; City Commission of
Comm: Tankersley' seconded The Board voted unanimously interested they are in this and James McLeod as Wewahitchka, pledging their
the- motion and" it passed to approve this pay raise. area. NJROTC instructors for- the continued support for con-
'unanimously. The Board discussed an Comm. Tankersley told the school year 1982-83; tinuation of the two Com-
After advertising to receive additional $936.00 invoice (in- Board he is working with the Approved D. L. Owens be munity Service Programs.
sealed bids on -five second- creased premium) for work- engineers on plans for the boat reinstated as Head Football On motion by Sewell, second
hand sanitary landfill hauling ers compensation insurance landing at Indian Pass. Coach and Athletic Director at by Whitfield, the Board unani-
trailers for the Mosquito Con- from Morrison's Assurance Comm. Tankersley reported Wewahitchka High School; mously approved the instruc-
trol Department, the following Company. The Board took no that the St. Joe Volunteer Approved the letter of appli- tion and non-instructional cal-
bid, was received, to-wit; action on this matter. Ambulance Squad made 35 cation for Audrey Monette to endar for the 1982-83 school
Systems and Equipment, Inc., Sheriff Ken Murphy pre- ambulance calls to Mexico return from her leave of year. The Board also ap-
Austell, Ga., five used. SWA- sented the Board with a check Beach in the past twelve absence at the beginning of proved a four day work week
CAR Trailers, $13,950.00. Upon for $15,882.23 to be deposited months and he would like for the 1982-83 school year; for the summer beginning
motion by Comm. Birming- into the special law enforce- the Board to write the Bay Approved a job description June 7 and ending August 13,
ham, second by Cbmm. Tan- ment trust fund. Sheriff Mur- County Commission request- and the employment of Do- .1982.
kersley, and unanimous vote, phy stated these funds were ing they make a donation. to rothy Jones as Exceptional The Board reviewed a re-
the Board voted to table this obtained for the Board from the ambulance squad for Student' Aide to assist the quest for transportation with-
bid for study until the next the sale of a shrimp boat providing this service, driver from. Port St. Joe to in the two mile limit in
Meeting. confiscated by his depart- Comm. Money said he would Panama City for the remain- Wewahitchka. The Board ap-
The Attorney presented the ment. The. Sheriff requested like for the Board to write the der of the 1981-82 school year; proved this request provided
proposed morality ordinance the Board appropriate these union locals in Panama City On motion by Sewell, second the student meets the bus at
for the Board's consideration, funds to be used by his requesting they use local card 'by Whitfield, the Board voted an existing bus stop.
stating State's Attorney Jim department to purchase carriers on construction jobs unanimously to reject the On motion by Greer, second
Appleman was present to equipment. The Board agreed, in Gulf County. recommendation of the Hear- by Whitfield, the Board unani-
answer any questions they Comm. Branch asked about There being no further ing Officer relative to his mously voted to pay the bills.
might ..have concerning en- the status of obtaining ease- business, the meeting ad- recommended disposition of The Board reviewed each
forcement. After discussion, ments for submerged pro- journed. the suspension imposed on cost center budget. No action
..._ teacher, Clarence Monette. necessary.
._The Board directed the Super- Copies of the Community
intendent to have its attorney, Services' report from Port St.
-U S w v t 2T, Cecil Costin, write an order of Joe and Wewahitchka are
|m JE....... |this rejection to be entered in distributed.
|IVU U I |1 Jthe minutes of the Board at its There being no further
next meeting. business, the meeting ad-
The Board reviewed a con- journed to meet again on May
Of tie struction report from Charles 4, 1982 at 5:30 P.M.
Gaskin, Architect, regarding
several leaks in the ne) The Gulf County School

Board of Public Instruction School. The Board authorized nApr 2 82at 00 i
the Superintendent to continue the Courthouse in Port St. Joe,
to hold final payment until Florida. The following mem-
l im ~these corrections are made." bers were present: Waylon
.m e Gull county School school board meeting. Port St. Joe High School On motion bSeweU, so Graham, Ted Whitfield, Gene
Board met in regular session On motion by Greer second Frances Shores, Secretary byo aroved th e oa Raf field, Paul S ewell, Fred
on April 13, 1982 at 9:00 AM in by Sewell, the board unani- Betty Bouington, Bookkeeper; nousrants re school Inc Greerf The Superitendent
theCourthousein Port St. Joe, mously approved the minutes Virginia Smith, Library Aide; tie Grant- Communitn was also present.
Florida. The following mem- of March 2, 9, 19, 1982, Ernest Williams, Security tve Adult C dni On motion by Sewell, second
bers were present: Waylon Mrs. Lols Byrd 'N. the ShoGrndAue cl ool oies of t Educa- by Whitfield, the Board unani-
Graham; Ted Whitfield; Paul Board and gave an 8,i.g Aide; Marlene Sewell, Lunch- ants are on file in the mously approved the Begin-
Sewell: Fred Greer. Board overview of the V.-P .pro- room Cashier and Administra- .. .... ning Teacher Program for


NOTES: |


ig Your


Plants

County Extension Director


the size and kind of pot, light,
temperature and relative
humidity.
The best guide to watering is
the look and feel of the soil. A
good rule to follow is to keep
the soil moist but not Wet. To
determine if your plant needs
water, poke your finger into
the soil to a depth of about an
inch. If it feels moist, water
isn't needed. If the soil' feels
dry and crumbly, the plant
could probably use some
water.
Most plants should be water-
ed with lukewarm water. Tap
water is fine; but avoid using
chemically softened or fluori-
nated waters, as these can kill
your plants. Water your plant
thoroughly, so that the soil is
moistened all the way to the
bottom of the pot. Drain off
any excess...and never allow


the plant to stand in water.
For plants growing in con-
tainers without drainage
holes, you'll need to provide a
layer of coarse gravel in the
bottom of the pot. This allows
space for drainage and pre-
vents the root rot problem. A
good way to check for excess
water is to lay the container on
its side in a sink, and let any
excess water drain out of the
pot.
In summary, maintaining
good soil moisture in house
plants isn't difficult, but it
usually means that you have
to exercise some restraint
when it comes to watering.
Over-watering is the most
common cause of failure with
house plants, and it can easily
be avoided, if you will always
check your plants before you
water them.


Society's official Ex-chapter
Regent's pin to Mrs. Brown in
appreciation., ,
Taking office, Mrs. Swatts
announced committee chair-
men for the 1982-83 year. They
are Mrs. Charles Norton, DAR
Good Citizens; DAR Maga-
zine, Mrs. Charles B; Smith';
'DAR Service for Veteran
Patients. Mrs. Thomas
Owens: DAR Schools, Mrs. W.'
O: Cathey, Jr.; Flag of the:
United States ,of America,
Mrs. George Suber; Junior
Membership, Mrs. Roy
Smith: National Defense,
Mrs James B. Roberts; Con-
stitution Week, Mrs. Herman
Dean: Program and Year-
book, Mrs. W D. Dye; Public
Relations, Mrs. Paul Fensom;.
Lineage Research, Mrs. W. B.
Simmons.
The 5:30 evening meeting
was held at the Mexico Beach
home of Mrs. Fensom. Follow-
ing business, the. members
enjoyed a covered dish picnic
supper overlooking the Gulf.
Blue and white checked
covers centered with red roses
in white pottery vases were on


each table. A miniature Flag
of the United States of Ameri-
ca marked each place. A
profusion of roses given by
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hen-
dricks were used throughout
the home.
.Mrs. W. 0. Cathey, Jr., Mrs.
Paul Kunel and Mrs: Eliza-
beth W. Thompson were ho-
stesses with Mrs. Fensom.

No Blo0od

Pressure Service
The Saint Joseph Bay
Chapter of the AARP wishes
to announce that there will be
no Blood Pressure service
during June, July and August.
Service will resume in Sep-
tember. Watch the Star for
further announcements.
You are urged to continue
your Blood Pressure checks
with your doctor or at the Gulf
County Public Health Service.

Aluminum foil under
the napkin in youl
roll basket will keep
the rolls hotter longer


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FOR UPTO P817570R13 61 54.95.
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Gets Degree

from B-C College
Charlotte Jenkins received
her BS degree in business
management on April 26 from
Bethune Cookman College of
Daytona Beach. Miss Jenkins
maintained a 3.05 average
while attending Bethune Cook-
man.
She is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Taylor Jenkins.

Two Receive

UF Degrees
Among the 3,120 degrees
awarded by the University of
Florida on May 1 for winter
semester were 2,164 bache-
lor's and 391 master's de-
grees. There were also 70
Ph.D.s and 233 juris doctor
degrees, plus six doctor of
education, 14 specialist in
education and one engineer
degree.
.Receiving degrees from
Port 'St. Joe were: Ruth
Bringle Shoaf, BA degree,
College of Liberal Arts and
Sciences; and David Bruce
May, Jr., Juris Doctor degree,
College of Law.

Hartford, CT is often re-
fered to as the "Insurance
Capital of the World." Over
forty insurance companies
with combined assets of $16
billion have their head-
quarters in the Connecticut ?SP
capital.


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