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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 10, 1982
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 41


THE STAR

Industry Deep Water Port- Fine People Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1982


204 Per Coov


Board Enters In





Dead Lakes Suit



To Protect Interest of County


Gulf County's Board of Commis-
sioners felt it would be in the best
interest of the county for them to
become a party to- defending the suit
recently filed against the Dead Lakes
Water Mapagement Commission, at
their meeting Tuesday morning.
Commissioner Doug Birmingham
urged the action' of getting legally
involved in the suit, stating to the Board
:* "If our,people, speaking in an official
capacity, are going to be involved in
this thing, we need' to get into it legally
.. to protect the interests of the county".
Echoeing Birmingham's words,
Chairman Gortman said the interest of
the county was at stake, in the Dead
Lakes' future. If we intend to support
and fight for the future of the Dead
S Lakes, we need to get into it now. The.
first battle may be the end of the war in.
this matter", Gortman observed.-
What brought the matter up was
:- the chagrin felt by-the Commissioners
for attorneys representing the plain-
tiff in the case, a group of Panama City
men, moving into the old courthouse in
Wewahitchka to take depositions' with-
out permission to use the' building, and


"If we intend to support and fight for the Dead'Lakes,
we need to get into it now. The first battle may just be
the end of the war..."
-Jimmy Gortman,
County Commission Chairman


subpoenaed several county officials in
the process.
Birmingham told the Commission
he felt the county should send attorney
Jerry Gerde of Panama City, a bill for
$150 for use of the old Courthouse, after
he was written a letter telling him he'
would have to request permission from
the Board to use the building. Birming-.
ham charged that Gerde went' ahead
'and used the building anyhow, sub-
poenaing the chairman and having
some harsh things to say to him.
Birmingham. said the county re-
quires any group or individual using
. county property seek permission to do
so. "I think it was presumptiotis of him
for just walking' in and using, any
building he wanted", Birmingham said.
Birmingham said'Moproe Sullivan,


SiminIer Program Starting

The City of Port St. Joe.will sons for, youth and adults. ; Billy is interested, in helping
again sponsor a comprehen- The 'tentative schedule for everyone..-improve.their' golf
sive Rerei'rtion Prograri- fbr thea 168t"-Sftieet Golf Course game, anid expects to have a
the youth as Well U~ adulx.t&t -bpEi Will ba Troi'l. t h'reffeieT r Wpse"'ea.
sumnier beginning "M6ondy p, til 2?Q0noon, apd from 1:00 old or older before the close of'
June 14. The-majdorsites for 'until'4:30tP.M.'Those.who are the'program. All clubs, balls,
'the summer play activities 'beginnersaire urged to come and golf pointers' are free of
will be the Stac House on 8th from' 8.:30 .until 12:00 .noon. charge. There 'will also be
Street, updef. the.supervision Special golf instructions may tennis. participation and in-
of Mrs. Louise Parker; -the be obtainedlby coming by the structiohs available at the 8th
Washington High Gym, where 16th Street facility and mak- Street Tennis Courts. Golf and
Clarence Monette will again ing an'-,appointment, or by tennis programs will close on
direct a varied number. of calling Billy at 229-8047. If the July 23.
activities; and the 16th Street time schedules are not con- Washington High Gym acti-
Golf Course where Billy Bar- venient for those who wish to vities will be patterned after
low will offer beginning in- improve their game, other last year's successful pro-
structions and individual les- arrangements can be made. gram. Mr. Monette has pro-


the signer of the suit against the Dead'
Lakes committee, was advised he and
Gerde would need permission to use the.-
building but did not'seek that permis-
sion, using it anyway; questioned the
authority .of.` Chairman Gortman .to
inform them. they heeded the permis-
sion and ignored'the instructions of .the
chairman. Biii iingham moved they be
billed $150 for use of' the building.
Now that the county has entered,
the suit as an interested party,. all
questions leveled at any county em-
ployee or county official will only be
answered after advice has been receiv-
ed from the.County Attorney, William
J. Rish with all questions answered in
his presence,.
"We're going to protect our inter-
ests down the road", Birmingham said.


T For the second time in a year, thieves chopped a hole in
|u n' e 14 the roof of Campbell's Drug Store in downtown Port St. Joe,
dropped inside and took a quantity of drugs.
;-,-'- According to- Gulf. County Sheriff's investigator, Phil
Sgrammed tennis',, sbufje McLeifl, the burglar or burglars left behind many pieces of
board, basketball,. pirig-On ,,. evidehice which:will le used.to good advantage in the case.
softball, small Rbeja __.Mc)j.od.pointetddut atithe thiere took about $00 worth bf
. Itet. :ball, and. ar. .d "Crass 2" drugs, which:includes such narcotics as morphine,
crafts-. Beach.trips ai4,t la demeral.,;codeine, etc. .
tive at this' time, dependent Investigator'McLeod said the thief.left his tracks where
upon availability of funds and he entered the store after he had chopped the hole inthe roof.
transportation. Activities will
be' supervised Monday
through Friday from 8:30 to, 0 .
4:30. Schedules will be posted
at the Gym and the program- S
will run June 14 through July .
30.
Stac House activities will
begin on June 14, under the
(Continued On Page 6) Qi .


Gulf County will 'make pre-
parations to fight. fire ants
through the purchase of a
quantity of the fire ant poison
"Amdiro" and making it avail-
able for use by area residents
in action taken Tuesday mor-
ning on the advice of County
Agent, Roy Lee Carter.
Carter advised the Commis-
sion the University of Florida
would make the chemical
available in Gulf County on
July 1, with anyone who
wishes, able to purchase the
fire ant poison at a price of
$2.50 per pound. The chemical


McLeod said the thieves also left the store by the hole in the
roof.
The entry was found Thursday morning when a customer
met the owner, Carl Guilford, at the door with an empty drug
bottle he had found in.the street. Thinking a customer had
dropped the bottle, he handed it to Giilford, who recognized
what it was immediately. He oipeied the ~bre, went inside
and found where the entry had been made.
McLeod said the Sheriff's 'Department and Port St. Joe
'Police Department are cooperating in the investigation of the
incident.



ockpile Small



'ire Ant Dust


ordinarily sells at $10.00 a
pound on the retail market.
Carter advised the Commis-
sion to purchase a quantity of
the ant bait and keep in
inventory for use by county
residents. The Board agreed
to purchase 350 one-pound
bags of the material and sell it
for the purchase price.
CHEESE HAUL
Mosquito Control Supervi-
sor, Doug Kent has been
charged by -the Commission
with securing free cheese for
distribution among those eli-
gible for it in Gulf County.


Kent said he is still trying to
make arrangements to make
the big "cheese haul" from
the warehouse in Jackson-
ville.
"It's more complicated than
it seems", Kent said. He
pointed out the cheese must be
brought to Port St. Joe and
distributed immediately. "We
have to make arrangements
for the haul and arrival back
here after we have notified the
people who will receive the
cheese that it will be here at a
certain time."
The county must transport
the cheese at its own expense,
so naturally, they have been
looking for the least expensive
method of transportation.
Chairman Gortman in-
structed Kent to go ahead and
make whatever arrangements
necessary to get the cheese
here.
Kent said Gulf County had
some 6,000 pounds of the
cheese available to it.
REACH COMPORMISE
The Commission agreed to
accept the advice of its
attorney, William J. Rish
Tuesday, and settle for a
$93,000 budget for Property
Appraiser Joyce Williams.
The court had awarded
Williams a $95,000 budget-
after considerable exchanges
back and forth by the Com-
mission' and the Property
Appraiser caused the Ap-
praiser to take the matter to
court.


Rish said, "I feel we can
successfully defend our posi-.
tion in that first quarter o0t
setting her budget for her, but
beyond that we would have.to
abide by the state version.of a
budget.
Two members of the Board,
Doug Birmingham and Billy
Branch, were reluctant to give
in to the court decision which
usurped the county authority
over the matter, but the other
three commissioners felt it
was best for the county to
agree to the settlement rather,.
(Continued On P^age 6)


The Gulf County' School
Board let bids for removal of
a ceiling material containing
asbestos from the county's
high school buildings Tuesday..
at their regular meeting.
Cited. nearly a year ago for
having\ the material on the
walls of its school buildings,
Gulf County ,was provided
with a grant by the State
Department of Education to
remove the offending mater-
ial, 'with the Board expected to
pay for a new material to
replace it with.
The ceiling material which'
contained asbestos was re-
moved from the county's
elementary schools during the'
Christmas holidays of last
year, with the high schools left
for treatment during the sum-
mer' months. Most of the
material was found in the two
high schools in the county,
both.of which have been built
within the past 15 years.
Acousti Engineers of Talla-
hassee was the successful
.bidder for the job, which is
expected to begin immediate-
ly and take 54 days for


completion. The bid price was
$174,000.
The asbestos material was
used widely in the new high
schools as a wall covering and
spray-on ceiling material for
its esthetic and insulation
properties as well.
PERSONNEL MATTERS
In other activities, the
Board discussed personnel
matters, in which several
parents expressed an interest
in changes being made, par-
ticularly in the music depart-
ment. The several supporters
of the program present at the
meeting,. felt the changes
contemplated would not be in
the best interest of the music
programs of the-school.
The Board tabled the matter
for further study and a feeling
of the public pulse:
The Board had been com-
templating changing the du-
ties of Ann Aldridge, dividing
her duties between Port St.
Joe and Wewahitchka High
Schools. She had been working
with all Port St. Joe schools,
including the elementary
'program.


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Malcolm E. (Gene)
Floore, 19, is being remov-
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ed from his sports car after
an accident Friday night.
The door of the vehicle had
to be removed with a
cutting tool to get Floore
out of the wreck. In the
photo at bottom, John
Fadio's car sets in the
middle of Woodward Ave-
nue with its front bashed in
after the accident.
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Sr2-Car Crash

Malcolm E. Floore, age 19, received a fractured
pelvis from a two car accidentlast Friday night, at the A
corner of Woodward Avenue and Eighth Street.
Floore's car, a 1981 Datsun sports car was travelling 1'
east on Eighth Street, when, according to police reports, i .
the car ran the stop sign, crossing Woodward in the path of
a second car, driven by John Fadio. .
The accident happened about 10:00 p.m., Friday. '
According to the report, Fadio's car crashed into the ......
left side of the vehicle directly into the driver -
compartment. The impact spun Floore's vehicle around
into the yard of the residence of J. W. Ford. Floore was
trapped in the vehicle by the ilhpact.
Fadio, who was on his way home from work, had a.
finger on his left hand jammed and broken by thd impact
and the front section of his 1977 Chevrolet heavily-
damaged.
Investigating officers, James McGee and Howard,
Rogers, estimated damages to each vehicle at $3,000.
Floore is being charged with running the stop sign at the
intersection. ...... ......


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Editorials


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THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1982


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Somebody has been reading The
Star besides our kinfolks.
We can tell our message is
getting somewhere since a conser-
yative Republican group in Con-
gress wants to scrap our income tax
system and inaugurate a new
system which would not discrimin-
ate anyone, regardless of their
:income. The new suggestion would
have everyone pay the same percen-
.Wrge of taxes on all of his income,
regardless of what it was. No
loopholes, no deductions, no special
benefits. Just figure how much
mioney you took in as income during
Ihe year and pay a set percentage of
that amount in taxes.
-. The conservatives call it a single
i te tax and are toying with a rate of
from 10 to 20 percent of income,
rather than a graduated payment of
frQm 12 to 50 percent, with enough
exemptions available to fill a HUGE
book or two. When you. get right
down to it, the 50 percenters are rot
paying 50 percent because they
have so many legal and valid ways
to avoid the tax.
The conservative plan would
eliminate all exemptions even
mortgage insurance and possibly
even Social Security benefits. Under
' the plan, the first few thousand
dollars of income in each family
would be exempt from tax, and the
tax applied to everything above that
plateau.
i Fair? Of course it's fair. There
are no loopholes for a tax evader to
,lip through. If he has money
coming in, he owes a tax. If this type
taxing program were in effect all
this time, there would be no problem
for our more affluent officials who


NailATeF .fr9 Ctching.


The "Things You Wouldn't
Know If You Didn't Read Page 3"
department came up with a good oine
this past week. Searching diligently
through the periodicals this past
wMek brought the juicy and useful bit
of information that nail biting can be
dangerous to your health.
Dangerous to your health! Did
you know that? According to an
article in "Seventeen" magazine,
which we quit reading more than 17
years ago, there was an article, well
researched, which stated nail biting
can cause dangerous infections as
well as unsightly finger nails.
Adults used to tell us kids that
nail biting would create a ball of
finger nail clippings in our stomach,
but that didn't stop nail biting, just
as painting iodine on, wrapping in a
bandage, painting with terpentine,
whipping, ridicule or any other


method didn't stop nail biters from
nail biting.
Maybe when these chronic
chewers of finger nails realize they
run the risk of infection, they will
stop.
We can all appreciate the
unsightliness of bitten nails. Some
people bite their nails so close the
ends of their fingers bleed. Others go
around with two or three fingers in
their mouth, chewing away, all the
time.
One of the main reasons we
don't bite our finger nails is that we
have an uncommon urge to scratch
when a mosquito lands in a
particularly tender place for his
meal of blood.
We'd hate not being able to
scratch that itch.
You need a finger nail to do it
justice. A bitten snag just won't do.


7 A MAN'S WORLD


a Playboy Madness


* L.L* By Shad Phantry


The Gulf County Commis-
sion has compounded an al-
ready serious problem. On
Tuesday, May 25, 1982, the
Commission passed an ordi-
nance that prohibits nude ta
nice word for naked) dancing
in Gulf County. These dancers
are already out of work in Bay
County, and now another door
has been slammed shut in


their faces. What do people
expect of these dancers? You
probably want them to get a
job and go to work like the rest
of us.
What's wrong with a little
nude dancing?...you might
ask. Well, really nothing if you
consider prostitution, gamb-
ling and drunkedness no big
thing. All of these things are


really nothing to a man who
can look, but not touch. But
good begets good and bad
begets bad. I'll bet you $100to
a donut, without a hole in it,
that nude dancing will bring in
a variety of these vices If you
have ever visited a barnyard,
you know what I mean. Flies
of a feather flock together.
In defense of the lady


and those who are against it
agree on one thing- they are


dancers, I must say that some
of them do have talent that has
social' redeeming value. I
don't think it's, for the masses,
but should be confined to a
husband in their bedrooms.
Unlike Jimmy Carter,. I am
not going to admit to adult-
ery- in my mind or anyplace
else. I will admit, however,
that I am highly susceptible to
the charms of the basic
female.
This brings up another
subject. What about the male
dancers? Well, what about
them? As far as I'm concern-
ed, they have been out of work
'since they started. I cannot
imagine, in my wildest
thoughts, anything attractive
about a rough, hairy man in a
spotlight on a dance floor


ferences emerge.
Equality of rights has be-


dancing to "The Stripper." It,
might be a comedy of sorts.
The people opposed to the
anti-nudity laws have again
raised the "Rights" flag. That
flag is about worn out. Admit-
tedly, a person should have
the right to go and see what he
(or she, or shehe) wants. That
right should be limited to the
governing rules set by the,
majority, not an edict issued
for some minority whim that
is dead set on making a ruckus
to focus attention on thems-
selves.
Now that I've said my piece,
will the person who took the
picture of me in "you know
where" in Panama City,
please send the picture with
the negatives. I will pay $500,
and that's all!


Stampede Toward ERA Approval Deserves Caution
Dear Mr. Ramsey: be denied or abridged by the than enthusiastic about it. both, for equal rights for com eavagueconce
The last minute push to United States or by any State They have good reason to be. women. Beyond that simple respects. Shall 'we
ctsmnd, ,,nterc minto nrc on account of sex." Who but Those who are for the E.R.A. agreement, however, vast dif- according to a femi


during their state senators and
representatives into passing,'
.the E.R.A. in Florida deserves
the greatest caution.
Section I of the E.R.A. very
simply says, "Equality of
rights under the law shall not


the most blatant male chau-
vinist could be against that?
Yet, multitudes of women
and state lawmakers have
balked. Even Senator Demp-
sey Barron and Representa-
tive Leonard .Hall are less


ptinmany
define it
nist under-


standing or a more traditional
understanding? Such a vague
concept leads to a vague law
and. .a vague law. can be
dangerous.
The E.R.A. acknowledges
(Continued on Page 3)


If You Had It to Do Over Again, Would You Do It the Same As Before?


IF YOU HAD IT all to do over,
would you do it the same way again?
That's a loaded question for
.i. anyone.
I ask myself this same question
every time I come up with a Friday like
this one, when I can't think of what can
be called a subject for this blurb.
* Why didn't I pick a nice quiet vocation
", with no deadline or any need for coming
up with a subject each and every week?
? Would I make the same selection
again?
On reflecting about what I could
write about this week, I thought of the
pets at the house, but I have written
about them. Should I do it again?
Now, Sidney and Pierre have
departed this world after living to a ripe
old age, but Houdini is still lying in the
front window ledge, or on the breakfast
bar in the kitchen, or in our bedroom
window, or on top of my car. If he's not
there, I don't know where he is.
COME TO THINK of it, I haven't
told you about the new pets at our
house. Could I figure out a way to use


the same subject in a different way?
There's "Bubba" the six-month-old
Labrador adolescent, who has feet as
big as a saucer. Then there is "Rachel"
the six-month-old poodle, who stays


right by "Bubba's" side and fights,
wrestles, nips and joins in barking with
"Bubba" every time a strange dog
comes near the house.
Both these new residents meet my
car every time it comes up in the drive,
competing with each other for a scratch
behind the ear and a slap or two on the
side. It usually takes such ministrations
with both hands on both pups at the


same time to avoid any conflict.
They do things like all puppies do.
They empty out the flower pots by
turning them over. They like to root out
Easter lily bulbs and take them apart,


'layer by layer.
But, enough of that. You don't want
to read about two mischevious pups
who act like pups and demand
attention.
YOU WOULDN'T WANT TO read
again about Houdini or his. outside
pardner, "Kitsy", whose job is produc-
ing kittens. that's, until I can get her


to the vet between litters to have that
kitten gland taken care of.
"Kitsy" just recently presented us
with three small, grey balls of fur,
which she tpnrpd as any mom will. An


arching of the back and a snarl at just
the right time kept the kittens safe from
the two inquisitive puppies. They gave
the cat nursery a wide berth at all
times.
"Kitsy's" progeny were, in the due
time, deposited on the front porch in a
flower pot, and there they stayed until a
nice little classified ad in the town's
leading newspaper, The Star, dispatch-


ed them all to new and deserving homes
in the matter of only two days. As. a
matter of fact, I could have given away'
more kittens if I had them.
Next time, I'm going to try and sell
kittens. .. if there is a next time. There
seems to be that kind of a demand for
small, wooly, 'grey kittens from a
mother which looks a little like a dirty
angora.
But, you don't want to read about
the cats...
YOU PROBABLY DON'T even
want to read about the grandsons
cutting the grass.
They're at the age where I don't
have any trouble getting the grass cut,
since' they like to ride and drive the
riding lawn mower.
The other week, one of the
grass-cutting duo arrived at the house,
and after a pit stop in our kitchen took
to the lawn mower a half hour later:
By that time, the doughnuts were
gone, the left-over breakfast bacon and .
scrambled eggs had disappeared and I
had a. burning need to go to town and


replenish my Pepsi supply.
The grandson hit the front yard
with a vengence. The lawn mower was
cranked up and here it went... around
and around, cutting down that old tall
grass.
After, a while I noticed the lawn
mower was still going around and
around, long after the grass should
have been cut in front and cutting
activities moved to the back yard.
I glanced out the front window and
there was grandson, leaning back in the
mower seat, his feet propped up on the
steering wheel, his arms crossed,
sunshades pushed low on his nose, cap
tilted forward and the mower making
circles.. Under those half closed eyes,
there was probably no less than the
vision of a Corvette under his power as
he circled the drive around and around.
SO HERE I AM at the bottom and I
still haven't answered the question
posed at the beginning of this blurb. The
answer is, "Yes, I would do it over
again. As a matter of fact, I think I will
next week."


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.
June 10 1405 1.6
June 11 1437 1.5
June 12 1509 1.4
June 13 1541 1.3
June 14 1542 1.1
June 15 1216 .9
June 16 1006 1.0


June 17


936 1.2


The Star

are now in trouble for taking
advantage of tax shelters while they
are members of government.
If they don't take advantage of
the shelters, they will have all their
goods siphoned off by the hodge-
podge tax laws of our nation. Nobody
wants our public servants to make
that kind of sacrifice. If he has a
sizeable estate, he should be able to
serve his country and protect his
estate.
The people should be protected
from unfair profiteering, but a
servant's estate should be protected
for him.
Under the new plan, one econ-
omist has said that if every family in
the United States were exempted the
first $8,000 of their' income ahd'taxed
at a rate of 13 percent on the
remainder, the system would pro-
duce as much as $300 billion in 1983
the same as the present system.
We can see problems with that
sizeable segment of our society
which makes a hefty living keeping
people honest with the maze of tax
laws, exemptions,,"-helters, charge-
offs and other requirements of our
present tax laws. Under the new
system, there would be no need for
all this expertise.. A person would
simply add up lhis income, subtract
his allowed exemption and figure the
tax percentage on the remainder.'
The biggest problem 'would
probably be with, putting those
comedians out of work who make a
comfortable living ridiculing the
Form 1040 and its "simplified"
instructions at tax time.
If we try real hard, we can do
without that group and the form 1040
with no strain at all.


S-LETTERS TO THE EDITOR...


ETAOIN]$HRDLU

L" ,By: Wesley1. Ramsey.


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Three Arrested


for Growing 'Pot'


Three .men were arrested
this, week on charges of
growing marijuana plants.
The plants were being grown
in .the woods behind the
Emory William Yand, Jr.,
residence at Dalkeith.,
Arrested were Yand, age 22
of Dalkeith, George David
Albach, age 18, of Tampa and
Jack Byron Hall, age 20 of
Port St. Joe. The arrests were
the results of an investigation
made by investigator Charlie
Hill of the Gulf County Sher-
iff's Department.
Hill and Lt. Jack Davilla
staked out the location for
several days and obtained


enough information for an
arrest warrant. Judge David
Taunton issued the warrant
around noon Tuesday and the
arrests were made Tuesday
afternoon.
Approximately 50 plants,
about three feet high were
confiscated, which had an
estimated "street value of
$17,000 at mabtrity.
The three men are now
being held in the Gulf County
Jail pending an arraignment.
. Sheriff Ken Murphy said the
office of State Attorney Jim
Appleman was also involved
in the investigation and ar-
rests.


Jack Hammock


Dies Wednesday


* Jack Hammock, age 53, died
suddenly Wednesday mor-
ning, following an attack at his
home. Hammock had been a
resident of Port St. Joe .for
many .years and had been
in been active in business and
real estate for several years.
He. is survived by his son,
Mike,- of Panama City; two'
daughters, Jo Beth of Panama-
City and Jacque Si nmoris of
Birmingham, Ala.; his mo-
ther, Jessie Mae Shirley of
Port St. J-oe; one brother, Bill
and a sister; Mrs. Lunnette


SEveryone's


Gibson, both of Port St. Joe.
Funeralarrangements were
incomplete yesterday night,
with Comforter Funeral Home
in charge of arrangements.

Birthday Boy
Matthew Holmes will be
celebrating his third birthday
this Sat., June 12. Helping in
the celebration will be his
older sister and brother, along
with his friends and relatives.
Matthew is the son of Mr.
and-Mrs. Larry Holmes.


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Outstanding Leader

Bert Wagnon, Classroom Teachers
Association (CTA) Executlie Director, is


shown presenting a plaque to Betty Holloway
for her outstanding leadership this year as
Gulf County Classroom Teachers Association
president. Looking on are Tweeta Gaskin,
secretary and Winston Wells, CTA negotiator.
-Star photo


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Beach KResidents


Stuart Shoaf, representing St. Joe
Natural Gas Company, told the County
Commission Tuesday his firm has an offer
to make to the residents of St. Joe Beach to
furnish them a central water supply
service.
Shoaf said his firm would purchase
treated water from the City of Port St. Joe
and pipe it to St. Joe Beach, furnishing
water for a minimum bill of $10.00 per
month for 3,000 gallons of water. All water
use over 3,000 gallons would be at the rate
of $1.50 per 1,000.
Shoaf said his tentative offer would
require Beach residents to pay $750 as a
hook-up fee. He said this amount might be
changed, along with an accompanying
change in the minimum charge.
Under the plan outlined by Shoaf, the


SStampede

the principle of equality, but
does not acknowledge the
basic differences which exist
between men and women.
Does it mean men and women
are to be treated the same?
Take the issue of women in
the military. Does equality
require that women must be
drafted when men are draft-
ed? Does it mean an equal
number of women must be
drafted? Does it mean moth-
ers must be drafted or sent
into combat?
Are these theoretical ques-
tions or are we dealing with
something that could shortly
become reality? The House
Judiciary Committee warned
in Report No. 359 (1971): "Not
only would women, including
mothers, be subject to the
draft, but the military would
be compelled to place them in
combat units alongside of
men." A more recent report
funded by the Federal Govern-
ment and authored by two top
E;R.A. activist feminist law-
yers not only predicted this
would occur, but welcomed it.
To many feminists equality


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system would also contain the capacity for
fire protection, at a price tag of $70,000.
Shoaf siuggested that this portion of the
system by financed by the sale of revenue
bonds, repaid by income from the area fire
district tax. He said water use for fire
fighting could also be paid for through the
fire district tax.
the presentation was based on an.
estimated 350 customers within five years
after the service went into .use.
The Commission instructed Shoaf to
put his proposal in a form to make it
available to the people of St. Joe Beach
and set up a public meeting in the area to
determine their wishes in the matter.
Shoaf said: he would begin making
preparations for such a meeting within
just a short while.


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is sameness and a woman
cannot consider herself worth-
while unless she is fighting as
he fights in hand to hand
combat, making forced matr-
ches, carrying heavy back
packs, and digging latrines. A
better basis for self-esteem for
women would be to glory in
the differences between the
sexes and realize that each
sex has something unique
which it can contribute to the
other. Our Creator not only
assigned unity,to our race, but
ordained its diversity, also.
Before we join the swarm of
lemmings marching into the
sea, it is most appropriate to
stop and ask, "Where are they
going?" Some seemingly good
legislation can create more
problems than it solves. Mili-
tary combat for women is only
one of a host of potential
problems with which we may
have to deal.
About one thing there can be
no doubt, however.- The
E.R.A. gives the govern-
ment- first of all the'regula-
tory agencies, then Congress,
and in the final analysis and
perhaps most significantly.
the federal courts- carte
blanche to remake our social
structure according to what
they think the E.R.A. mar-'
dates. When we see that
father-son banquets were pro-
hibited as "unconstitutional"
under Title IX of the Secon-
dary and Righer Education
Act ta decree overturned by
President Ford), we do not
require a vivid imagination to
conceive what the agencies,
and even more the courts, can,
and will do with the E.R.A.
Will the E.R.A. require tax
funds for abortion, marriage
licenses for homosexuals, gov-
ernment child-care centers for
all children, or new Social
Security taxes. on home-
makers who work in the.
home? How many millions of
your tax dollars will have to be
spent to implement whatever
social changes and experi-
nents which will flow from
he E.R.A.?
It is my own judgement that
he .current dangers of the
E.R.A. outweigh any positive
benefits it may- introduce
because I am not at all sure we
can trust the judgement of
those who would use it to bring
about sweeping social changes
which would be detrimental to
the welfare of us all.
Yours truly,
Hal M. Haller, Jr.
17 Bellamy Circle
Port St. Joe, FL 32456 r


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1982


PAGE THREE


Rep. Hall Sets Meetings

On Monday, June 14, State CDT. The next meeting will be Representative Hall will then
Representative Leonard Hall in Port St. Joe at 10:00 a.m., travel to Wewahitchka for a
will hold a series of town EDT, in the Gulf County Court meeting at 1 p.m., C.T. in the
meetings in this area. House, Commissioners Room.' City Hall.
He will begin at the Town
Hall, Mexico Beach, at 8 a.m.,
NEW BETHEL
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1982


Children's Summer


Karen Kathleen Kimmell and


Robert Heathcock Exchange Vows


, Karen Kathleen Kimmell
and Robert Bruce Heathcock
exchanged wedding vows May
23 at Beach Baptist Chapel in
St. Joe Beach. The double ring
service was performed by
Rev. William Smith.
-. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E.
Kimmell of Mexico Beach.
Her grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Robinson of Lynn,
Mass., Joseph Jalbert of
Salem, Mass., and the late Mr.
and Mrs. Keith Kimmell, Sr.
of Wilmington, N.C.
The bridegroom is the son of
Col. (ret.) and Mrs. James T.
Heathcock of Mexico Beach.
His grandparents are Mrs.
.Follie Mae Heatheock and the
late Mr. Herman Heathcock of
Jacksonville, Ala., and Mrs.
Lillie Belle Young and the late
Mr. Lelius Young of Jackson-
ville, Ala.
Barbara Harmon, soloist,
performed nuptial music be-
-'fore and during the wedding
service. Julie Robertson was
the pianist.
Presented in marriage by
'her parents and escorted to
the altar by her father, the
bride wore a white traditional
gown of Chantilly lace. The
bodice of the gown was fitted
and covered with lace. Her
-long sleeves were enhanced
'with lace with a wide ruffle at
ithe wrist. Her full skirt ended
3n a chapel length train. Her


head piece was of matching
lace interwoven with pearls
and a fingertip veil with
blusher. Her bouquet was a
cascade consisting of two
dozen white -roses and white
carnations.
Kim Tharpe of Mexico
Beach served as matron of
honor, and Wonda Atkins as.
maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Robin Kimmell, the
bride's sister from Mexico
Beach; and Patricia Asbill,
the groom's sister fron. Co-
rinth, Mississippi.
The bridegroom's father
attended as best man. Usher-
groomsmen were Bruce Zieg-
ler, Deven Heathcock, cousin'
of the groom, and David
Asbill, brother-in-law of the
groom.
Stephanie Gaddis of Mexico
Beach served as flower girl,
and Case Asbill of Corinth,
Mississippi, the bridegroom's
nephew, was ring bearer.
Debbie Fowler directed the
wedding.
Following the ceremony a
reception was given at the
church hall. Assisting at the
reception was Debbie Fowler
and Debbie Medlin, bride's
cake; and Dana Angerer,
bridegroom's cake. Serving
coffee and punch were Beth
Lyons, Sharron Miller and
Lisa Whaley. Attending the
bride's book was Margaret
Hale. The reception was di-
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After a wedding trip to the
World's Fair, the couple will
reside in Aberdeen, Maryland
where he is stationed as 2nd.
Lt. with the U.S. Army.
A rehearsal dinner was held
May 22 at the Top of the Gulf
Restaurant in Mexico Beach.
It was hosted by Col. and Mrs.
James Heathcock.
A wedding shower was held
March 17 at the Top of theJGulf


Restaurant in honor .of the
bride. It was hosted by Paula
Boyette, Arlene McCullough,
Norma Hall, Margaret Hale,
Susie Hudson, and Gertrude
Guilford.
Karen was honored with a
shower by the telephone op-
erators of the St. Joseph Tel. &
Tel. Co., Port St. Joe, on May
6.
A lingerie shower in honor of
the bride was hosted by Kim
Tharpe in her home on May 18.


Mr. and Mrs. Norris Daniels
of Port St. Joe take pride in
announcing the engagement of
their daughter, Katrina Lynn,
to Mark David Wester, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wester,
also of Port St. Joe. .
iKatrina is a 1982 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and is


presently employed with the
City ,of Port St. Joe. Mark is
also a 1982 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School and is em-
ployed with St. Joe Auto
Parts.
Final wedding plans will be
announced at a later date.


SOver 200 Senior Citizens En joy
Fifth Annual Picnic In Wewa


A.A.R.P. Schedules

Meeting Saturday
The Saint Joseph Bay President, Stiles Brown, who
Chapter of the AARP will .is on vacation with Mrs.
meet this Saturday, June 12th -Brown in the Pacific Norhi-
or a covered dish luncheon at west, Vice President 0. ;K.
he Port St. Joe High School in Ivey will preside. A very
he Commons area. The meal special program will feature
wilJ begin at 12:30 P.M., EST. Howard R. Ogden, the Assist-
The hostesses will be the ant State Director for the
Klrs. Rena Huie, Elsie Blount, AARP. territory in Florida.
Bessie Nedley, Ruth Ramsey, All members are urged to
Daisy Johnson, and Elsie attend, and bring a friend.


Griffin. In the absence of the


Senior Citizens from Gulf
County enjoyed the 5th Annual
Senior Citizens Picnic on
Friday, May 28th at the Dead
Lakes Recreational Area.
Brenda Moore, Director, re-
ports, "We had. about 200
people attending, and every-
one seemed to have a good
time."
"The Senior Citizens were
treated to a delicious meal of
barbequed chicken which
Sheriff Ken Murphy donated
and prepared, baked beans,
cole slaw, rolls, cakes and
pies," said Mrs. Moore.
Mrs. Zola Maddox was the
'"most senior" citizen attend-
ing the picnic. She and several
others received door prizes-
many donated by Ming's'
:Greenhouse.
' Therb was lively entertain-
ment, some singing and danc-
ing! and a great deal of
visiting. Said one picnicer, "I
can hardly wait until next


year's (picnic) to catch up on
everything."


Reading
There's plenty of good read-
ing, free programs and activi-
ties for all children at the
public libraries of the North-
west Regional Library System
this summer. Young readers
can join the Summer Library
Program and& receive their
own reading record, book-
marks, posters,, and puzzles.
The Summer Program
begins at the local library on
June 21, and will continue until
August 14. Story hours will
start on June 22nd, and will be
held every Tuesday at 2:30.
Children wishing to partici-
pate may come in to sign up


Program
for the program, andTreceive
their reading folder. Thigh
year's theme is "Book Trek
II".
New Arrival At
Hollands 'Home
.Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Holland
announce the birth of their
daughter, Laura Elizabeth, on
.June 3. She, weighed 9% lbs.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. George Holland,
Forest City, North Carolina
and Mr. Joe Bird and the late
Adele Bird, Marietta, Geor-
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engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Mary Ann, to Mr. Steve Peak,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peak
of Highland View.


The,wedding will take place
on June 19, at 2:00 p.m.
(C.S.T.); at the First United
Methodist. Church in. Wewa-
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PAGE FOUR


Katrina Daniels Mark Wester


Engaged


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' From left: Mrs. Ernest Bryan, Jr., Mrs. Sidney Anchors,
Mrs. Joln Howard, Miss Tharpe, the honoree, Mrs. Charles


Wall, Mrs. Sara Fite and Mrs. Charles Tharpe, mother of the
bride-elect. -Star photo


Bridal Shower Fetes Miss Tharpe


Stacey Tharpe, June bride-
elect, was honored with' a
bridal shower Monday night,
June 7, at the Episcopal
Parish House. '


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Assorted spring flowers, ac-
centing the bride-elect's
chosen color were used for
decorations.
SThe bride-elect, with her
mother, Mrs. Charles Tharpe,
and Mrs. Ernest Bryan, Jr.,


the groom's mother, received
the many guests who called
during the chosen hours.
Hostesses for this lovely
occasion were Mrs. Sidney
Anchors, Mrs. Sara Fite, Mrs.
John Howard, and Mrs.


Cassani Family Is

Celebrating Reunion


Captain and Mrs. H. L.
Cassani of St. Joe Beach are
celebrating their first family
reunion in five years as their
seven children and five grand-
children have arrived at the
Cassani home for the week
long gathering. The reunion
was highlighted by the chris-
tening of their latest grandson
on, Wednesday evening at St.


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Josephs Catholic Church, fol-
lowed by a private party in
which the Cassanis renewed
their wedding vows on the eve
of their thirtieth wedding
anniversary. Father Paul
Stewart officiated at both
events.
A reunion banner was hung
on the Cassani home on
Monday, and matching shirts
have been worn by all 18
family members. The reunion
logo is a seascape with a
breaking wave. During a
special awards ceremony
Thursday night, trophies will
be presented to the winners of
several inter-family tourna-
ments.
The Cassani children and
their families are: Rick and
Judy Cassani and.son Daniel, -
9 months, from Chesapeake,
Va.; Sharon and Ron Clarke
and son Jason, 3k62 years, from
Weymouth, Mass.;'Susan and
David Andrews and sons
Michael, 19 months, and Jef-
frey, seven weeks, from Wey-
mouth, Mass.; Richard L.
Cassani, USN, currently sta-
tioned in Pensacola; Cindy
and Randy Phillips and
daughter Amanda, 2 years,
from Port St. Joe;. Michael
Cassani, a senior at Florida
State University, of Port St.
Joe; and John Cassani, a
junior at St. Joe High School.

Medicare

Pays for

Kidney Care
Almost. everyone who re-
quires kidney dialysis or a
kidney transplant because of
permanent kidney failure is
eligible for Medicare, Ann R.
Kinard, Social Security field
representative for Gulf
County, said recently.
Those eligible are workers
insured under Social Security,
as well as their dependents
and survivors who have per-
manent kidney failure.
People with permanent kid-
ney failure have the full
protection of Medicare and
are eligible for all covered
benefits, not just those relat-
ing to their kidney problems.
Generally, Medicare pro-
tection begins on the first day
of the third month after the
month a person begins a
course of maintenance dialy-
sis. Protection can, however,
begin earlier.
Medicare coverage can be-
.gin .the month a course of
dialysis begins if the patient
takes part' in a self-dialysis
training program and certain
other conditions are met.
Also, Medicare can pay 100
percent of the cost of home
dialysis equipment, if certain,
conditions are met. It can also
help pay for almost all sup-
plies, including disposable
items.
Medicare can also help pay
for periodic support services
furnished by an approved
-facility or hospital to help the
patient remain on home dialy-
sis. '
More information about
Medicare coverage for kidney
patients can be obtained at the
Panama City Social Security
office, located at 30 West
Government Street. The tele-
phone number is 769-4871.


.Charles Wall.
Miss Tharpe will become
the bride of Ernest C. Bryan,
III, on June 26, in the First
United Methodist Church in
Port St. Joe.


Episcopal Bishop Here


This is by way of an
invitation to all the people of
the Port St. Joe area, especial-i
ly those who attend the
Episcopal Church and those
who attend no. church at all.
The Rt. Rev. Charles *F.
Duvall, Episcopal Bishop pof
the Central Gulf Coast,' will be
at the St. James Episcopal
Church to present The Bible in
story and song.
He will be at the Parish
House on 6th Street for three
sessions: Monday evening,

Grandberrv Is

Promoted to T/S
Timothy Grandberry, son of
Rosa L. Anthony of 114 Liberty
St., and-Robert C. Larry of 207
Ave. F-., both of Port St. Joe,
.has been promoted in the U.S.
Air Force to the rank of
technical sergeant
Grandberry is a main-
tenance management techni-
cian at Tyndall Air Force
Base, with the 325th Aircraft
Generation Squadron.
His wife, Pamela, is the
daughter of Willie M. Moore of
232 Ave. G
Grandberry is a 1973 gradu-
ate of Port St. Joe High
School.


Lowreys Have New Son


Quin and Patricia Lowrey
are happy to -announce the
birth of their son, Stephen
Quin, on June I at Gulf coast
Community 'Hospital. He
weighed 6 Ibs. 5 ozs.
An older sister, Alison, 6,
welcomes her brother into the


ST.


home Maternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Preston
Edwards of Canton, Missis-
sippi, and paternal grand-'
parents are Mr: and Mrs.
DeWitt Lowrey of Panama
City.


June 14, 8:00 p.m. EDST;
Tuesday morning, June 15,
10:30 a.m. EDST; and Tues-
day evening, June 15, 8:00
p.m. EDST.:The latter will be
proceeded by a covered dish
supper at'7.


All those who would like td
learn more about the Episco-
pal Church and-or hear Bishop
Duvall, should avail them-
selves of the opportunity of
this rich experience by attend-
ing any or all of the sessions.


Gregg Chason To Receive

B.S. Degree from Auburn


Gregg M. Chason will re-
ceive a B.S. degree in Busi-
ness Administration with a
major in marketing from
Auburn University, Auburn,
Alabama June 10th.
While at Auburn, Gregg was
a member of the Phi Delta


Theta social fraternity serv-
ing as Historian and was a
member of the Executive
Committee. He also received
an IFC Scholastic Achieve-
ment award.
Gregg is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Williston Chason.


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Thursday, June 17, 1982
6:00- 8:00 P.M.
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PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE: 10, 1982


Gavalas WinsRoberts With 18-Foot Putt


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Chuck Roberts, son of the late C. W. Roberts, presents the championship trophy to George
Gavalas of Tallahassee, who won the C. W. Roberts Invitational Golf Tournament held this past
weekend. Star photos


Pfc. Parker

Participates

In Exercise
Marine Pfc. Richard C.
Parker, son of William E. and
Margret N. Parker of 2105
Long Ave., Port St. Joe,
'e-tiy ..participated in a
"Combined Arms Exercise"
at Fort Pickett, Va.
He-tis a member of 3rd
Battalion, 10th Marines, Camp
Lejeime, N.C.
During the two month exer-
cise,, his' unit participated in
live-fire exercises involving
the .e 6f 'tanks,. artillery,
tracked vehicles, air support
and individual weapons.


The annual C. W. Roberts
Invitational golf tournament
was held this past weekend at
the St. Joseph Bay Country
Club. The event is held each
year in honor of the late.C. W.
Roberts, who was instrumen-
tal in the planning and -con-
struction of the golf course.
Tallahassee's George
Gavalas won the tournament
with an 18-foot birdie putt on
the final hole, with a 149 score.
Quincy's Gene Jones, who won
the 36-hole tournament last
year, was runnerup. He
3-putted the last hole on the
heels of the birdie by Gavalas,
who had rounds of 77 and 72.
There were eight flights in
the tourney, in addition to the
championship flight. Winners
of each flight were: first
flight, Tom Ely, with a net
140; second flight, Henry
Krowles with a net 142; third
flight, Tim Griffin, with a net
136; fourth flight, Ronnie
Butler with'a net 137; fifth
flight, Ralph Shirah with a net
143; sixth flight, Jake Tan-
kersley with a net 134; seventh
flight, Spiro Buzier with a net
132; and eighth flight, Buzzy
Lewis with a net 135.


FLIGHT WINNERS: From left, Ralph Shirah, Tom Ely, Spiro Buzier, Jake Tankersley, Tim
Griffin 'and Buzzy Lewis. Not pictured were Henry Knowles and Ronnie Butler.


Charges Filed Against Two Men

Stemming from Activities During Late Night Party


Charges of aggravated as-
sault were filed against Allen
Matlock, age 22, of Port St.
Joe and charges of armed
burglary with intent to com-
mit aggravated assault were
filed'against Allen Royal, age
18, of Port St. Joe. The
charges stemmed from an
incident which happened at
two residences during a party
late4Thrwsday night and early
Friday morning.


)OTl LUlO IdLa L Le Le e (Continued From Page 1)
Examination / Lenses / Care Kit direction of Mrs. Louise Park-
SReg. Priced $215.00 er and three assistants. Super-
-. .- Reg. Priced $215.00 vised recreational activities
$ 1 5 LJ SAVE $65.00 such as ping-pong, pool,
standard nses checkers, cards, chess, etc.
Standard Lenses will be offered Monday
.Offer begins'May 3 and expires July 30: no other offers apply. through Thursday from 2:00-
S7:, .... .. 9:00 P.M. Friday night hours
Di'. Tndell, O en'ney & Associates are 2:00-10:00 P.M. Elemen-
tary school children are in-
-: ;-J 7''est Mahin St.- / Dotnan. Alabama 36301 vited from 2:00-5:00 P.M. This
7932633/ 7936053 activity is provided for only
,-, -. ...,.. ,. :' .. those children who have ex-
perienced at least one year in
". the first grade. Seventh grade
H IGHLAND VIEWand'up may stay until 9:00
n nL I k1 HP.M., Monday through Thurs-
day, and on Fridays until 10:00
P.M. Stac House activities will
TI T CHU RCH run through August 20.
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave. The third Annual "Buck
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave. Griffin" Fishing Rodeo will be
\Welcome Friend held at the St. Josephs Bay
Welcome Friend Country Club on a date to be
determined. Children ages
SUNDAY SCHOOL................... 9:45 AM. four through 16. Those four
WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M. years old through eight years
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ............. 6:30 P.M. old must be accompanied by a
MID-WEEK'PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7:30 P.M. parent or guardian.
Nursery Provided BRO. JERRY REGISTER The City of Port St. Joe
offers this program for the
youth at no charge. It is a


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According to the Gulf Coun-
ty Sheriff's office, the iarty
was held at the residence of
Terry Brant in Oak Grove and
started Thursday night. In the
early morning hours on Fri-
day, Matlock, one of the
party-goers, allegedly was
seen beating a three-year-old
child belonging to Terry
Brant. Matlock then left. -
During the course of the
evening, Allen Royal, also a


great opportunity for an en-
joyable fellowship among old
friends as well as making new
friends. Parents are en-
couraged to come by and visit
and observe these activities in
progress.

Gunter

Reports

For May
Bill Gunter, State Insurance
Commissioner, has announced
that 1112 people contacted the
Panama City Service Office
during the month of May.
The Service Office assisted
in the recovery of $9,135.00
which was returned to policy
holders.
Citizens with questions and
complaints about insurance,
can receive assistance by
calling 904-763-4601 in Panama
City. The office is located at
231 East 4th Street and
provides service for Bay,
Gulf, Franklin and Walton
Counties.- .", .,
Additionally, a representa-
tive of Commissioner Gunter's
office visits Walton, Gulf and
Franklin Counties every
month. A schedule of the,
Representative can be obtain-
ed from the County Judge's
Office in these respective
counties.


party-goer, heard of the inci-
dent with the child and
reportedly got his shotgun and
went to the house next door in
search of Matlock.
Royal allegedly broke out a
glass and went inside the
house next door, where a
confrontation ensued which
resulted in the shotgun being
fired into the wall. On finding
that Matlock was not there,
Royal apologized to the owner
of the house, and left. He was
arrested later for discharging
the shotgun in the neighbor's
house.
Deputy Arnold Tolliver and

Hutto Says

VA Clinic

Approved
Congressman Earl Hutto
has announced that the pre-
,iously approved clinic for
Veterans in Northwest Florida
will be activated in 1984.
.Notified by Mr. Robert P.
Nimmo, Administrator of the
Veterans' Administration,
Congressman Hutto was given.
updated start-up times for the
outpatient clinic.
Nimmo said the Clinic will
be located within an eight-
mile radius of the center of
Pensacola. Hutto stated, "I
am extremely pleased that the
..Clinic is on schedule despite
budget constraints." The de-
sign workload for this facility
is 44,300 annual visits which
equate to 42,600 square feet.
The proposed schedule is for
leasing to be accomplished in
1982, the design and modifica-.
tion required to be completed
in 198S and 1984, with activa-
tion occurring July 1984.
Hutto praised Senator Law-
ton Chiles for' his role in
securing the 'Clinic, stating,
"Senator Chiles ,has worked
very hard in support of this
much needed Clinic and I
greatly appreciate 'his as-
sistance.,,


Weeks Feed arid 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


investigator Phil McLeod in-
vestigated the incident.


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Gene Jones of Quincy, aceppts the runner-up trophy from
Chuck Roberts.


Weight Loss Program
Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Inc.
Phone 227-1145
51 5-20


We Want You
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June 17-20
BIBLE STUDY . . . 9 45 A M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. 11-00AM
CHURCH TRAINING ... ... ... 545 P M
EVENING WORSHIP .. 7 00 P M.
WEDNESDAY ... ....... .. 7:00 P.M


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1601 LONG AVENUE
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THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1982


PAGE SEVEN


Time to Get Ready for Those Big Blows


Hurricane season is now,
and now is the time to check to
see that you are prepared.
Being prepared can make a
significant difference in your
ability to cope with these
violent storms, should they hit
-your community.
Even though hurricane sea-
son is well underway, it is not
ton latp tn set aside supplies


you would need during a
hurricane emergency. Being
prepared can make a signifi-
cant difference in your ability
to cope with these violent
storms.
Each person has special
needs, such as medicines-and
prescription glasses, but a
general list of what to have on


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ARL

HUTTO



PARTISANSHIP AND THE BUDGET
Since coming to Congress, I have experienced moments that
have been extremely gratifying and some that have been ex-
tremely frustrating. The deliberation on the 1983 federal budget
S" and the lack of a resolution containing the deficit proved to
be one of the most frustrating experiences in my tenure in Con-
gress. The'culprit behind the failure of the budget process was
not the process itself but the failure of both the Democratic and
Republican leadership to rise above partisanship. I wrote let-
ters to both President Ronald Reagan and Speaker Thomas P.
"Tip" O'Neill urging them to depart from party politics and
work together in a conciliatory fashion so that our nation's
economy can be put back on the right track. Below is the letter
I sent to the President bearing the same text as the one to the
Speaker.


hand included a supply of
non-perishable food, first-aid
kit, fire extinguisher, battery-
powered radio, flashlights,
and extra batteries.
While the strong winds and
heavy rain of a hurricane can
pose a threat to human life
and property, the most dan-
gerous element of a hurricane
is the accompanying high
tides and rough seas as the
storm moves across a coastal
area. Tides of from three to 10
feet above normal are com-
mon. In some cases, surging
tides may rise 20 feet and
higher and flood low-lying


inland areas.
If you live in a coastal area,
have a safe evacuation route
planned Your community's
hurricane preparedness plan
should include designated safe
areas, areas to be evacuated
during a hurricane emer-
gency, and safe evacuation
routes to shelter. Get informa-
tion on emergency planning in
your area by contacting your
local,civil defense or emer-
gency services office
Hurricanes can cause exten-
sive flooding, not just along
the coastline, but far inland as
well. Flood insurance is valu-


able financial protection. You
should be aware, however,
that your homeowners policy
does not cover damage from
flooding.
Check into the availability
of flood insurance through the
National Flood Insurance Pro-
gram by contacting your local
insurance agent or broker.
Thanks to modern detection
and tracking devices, the
National Weather Service can
usually give 12 to 24 hours of
warning. Advisories are is-
sued by the Weather Service
when hurricanes are ap-
proaching land.


A "hurricane wv.atch" means
a hurricane has become a
threat to coastal areas. When
a hurricane watch is issued,
everyone in the area covered
by the watch should listen for
further advisories and be
prepared to act promptly if a
hurricane warning is issued.
A "hurricane warning" indi-
cates that hurricane winds of
74 miles an hour or higher, or
a combination of dangerously
high water and very rough
seas, are expected in a
specific coastal area within 24
hours Precautionary actions
should begin immediately.


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.. two-party sysremi and the free exchange of ideas. However, in
time of great difficulty such as we are presently experiencing,
Sit is imperative that our national purpose be one. I pray to God
thai our nation's leadership can reconcile their differences soon.
:- Otherwise, the ultimate victim of this constant partisan back-
.. biting will be the Ameriran people.
Asparagus Souffle


Mrs. Strom Thurmond,
wife of the President Pro
Tempore of the Senate, sub-
mitted the recipe which Nan-
cy selected this week. Mrs.
Thurmond says the recipe
originated with Senator Thur-
mond's sister, Mrs. Mary
Tompkins of Edgefield. South
Carolina.
I can asparagus, mashed
(broccoli or spinach
may be substituted)


I can cream of mushroom
or cream of celery soup
1 cup sharp cheese, grated
I cup mayonnaise, scant
I teaspoon salt
4 eggs, beaten
Combine all ingredients. Bake
in casserole dish for I hour at
350".
Makes 8 servings.


About one qua-rter of American adults
do some sort of volunteer work.



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George Thomas Company
Phone 229-6394 or 648-8952
310 WIllIams Ave. Port St Joe, Fla.


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church


2001 GARRISON AVE PORT ST JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
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PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 10. 1982



Wewahitchka Elementary
ALL A's dee Armstrong, Robert Bag- Bishop Jennifer Brown, Rita Rich, Michelle Roberts, Sean
First grade: Chuck Jack- by, Brandy Beatty, Amy Bra- Burton, James Carter,. Ivey Roberts, Shane Semmes,
Ssn, Anthony Lee, Benjamin ley, Teresa Cain, Theresa Crutchfield, Loretta Goodwin, David Smith, Robbin Wil-
Linton, Cherry Sirmons. -Dietz, Jason Flowers, Allen Holly Hays, Sandra Holmes, liams.
i;, Second grade: Kim Burns, Gaskin, Darrell Hays, Casi Dewayne Layton, Michelle Fifth grade: Theresa Atkin-
Angela Goodrich, Cindy Grif- Lindsey, Heather McLemore, Lester, Shannon Miller, Ingrid son, Gary Hartley, Gary Her-
fin, Holly Herring, Amy Jen- Stacy Price, Carrie Redmon, Muina, Bonnie Parker, Jovon ring, Mary Ann Hoover, Se-
on, Kelly Nations, Jacque Sonia Spicer, Melanie Ste- Scott, Mike Sewell, Amy Wal- brina McGill, Linda Joe May-
Smith, Monica Weeks. phens, Julie Stewart. dorff, April Weeks, Heather hann, Jesus Muina, Juan
Third grade: Matthew Whitfield, Sharlet Williams, Muina.
Birmingham. Second grade: Kye Bidwell, Tamela Williams. Sixth grade: Priscilla Arm-.
,. Birmingam Chad Flowers. Phillip Good- strong, Sharner- Bostick,
S ourtn grade: Chrsta Gort- win, Marcy Holyfield, Emory Fourth grade: Joe Addison, Berry Eubanks, Stephanie
man, Jennifer Groom, Deann Horne, Allen Linton, Stacie Richard Addison, Shelly Ad- Finch, Todd Hall, Kelli Han-
.. Griffin, Alice Causey. McGill, Jason Miller, Chad kins, Sherry Burns, Robert 'on;. Tracy Hodges, Kevin
Fifth grade: Aimee Lister, Nunery, Christy Nunery, Arlin Bergdorff, Joanna Causey, Land, David Lister, 'Gena
Patria Mathes, Sonjia Wil- Odom, Shawn Scott, Pam Amanda Clayton, Eric Ho- Maraman, Randy Mayhann,
liams. Smith, Tony Werden, Mitch lopeter, Jessie Hysmith, Kim Ronald Mayhann, Monica
Sixth grade: Renee Gor- Yarrell. Kemp, Tammy Lanier, Amy Redmon, Angela Rogers, Hay-
temoller. Third Grade: Brandi Arm- Linton, Darryl Lister, Billy wood Shealy, Melinda Whit-
ALL A's and B's strong, Leila Barber, Jason Ray Moore, Charles Myers, field, Angela Williams, Pame-
Firt grade: Darlin' Man- Bass, Jamie Bateman, Sheila Tonya Myszkowski, Tracy Na- la A. Williams, Pamela D.
tions, Debbie Pearson, David Williams.
r OBITUARIES:
OBIA RE Sgf. John Weeks
Funeral Services Today for Arrives In Italy
: Mrs. Anna May Bigelow, 68 Staff Sgt. John M. Weeks,
son of John W. and Lois J.
Mrs. Anna May Bigelow, 68, husband, Mr. Charles Bigelow Weeks of Wewahitchka, has
of Port St. Joe Beach, died of Port St. Joe Beach; five arrived for duty at Aviano Air
:Sunday morning in a local daughters, Mrs. Nancy Feller Base, Italy.
:. hospital. She had been a of Youngstown, Mrs. Kathryn Weeks, a fuels specialist
resident of Fountain moving Margerum of Cooks Bayou, with the 40th Supply Squad- '
to port St.' Joe Beach. She Mrs. Rosemary Steir of ron, was previously assigned
S retired here from Pennsyl- Stuart, Mrs. Linda Gross of at Tyndall Air Force Base.
vania. She was of the Pro- Delta, Ohio, and Mrs. Betty 0 *
testant faith. Winters of Panama City; one
She is survived by: her spn, Blair Bigelow of Bensa- Wewa Native
S____ lem, Pa.; one'sister, Mrs.
'Helen Bianchini of Bristol, Dies In P.C.
CARD Ol THANKS Pa.; 15 grandchildren and -
One may change the name, three great grandchildren, Mary Scott, 35, passed away
but -one cannot change the Funeral services will be Friday, May 28, ih Panama -
oeple of the place, or their held at the graveside of the City. She was a native of
characterss. Our wonderful Sandy Mountain Cemetery at Wewahitchka.
'4. hospital changed 'its name 3 'p.m. Thursday .with Rev. Survivors include: her hus-
: from Municipal to Gulf Pines, William Smith officiating. band, MacArthur Scott, .We-
but the same wonderful people wahitchka; one son, Charles
!,'from the office, cook room, Ha u *i Scott of Tampa; one daughter,
.'laundry room, hall workers, x Harvey Hudgn Lisa Scobtt of Tampa; her
?": ray department .workers, mother, Mary Vann of Wewa-
.- nurses, staff around the clock Taken by Death. hitchka; seven sisters,. Ruby
.plus. Dr. Vizcarra and any Vann of California, Mattie M.
-:whom I have missed do their Harvey Hudgins, 52, of Port Hill, Dorothy R. Nobles, and
share to make Port St. Joe so St. Joe, passed away Wednes- Bernice'Vann, all of Wewa-
pi oud of our Hospital. I take day,June 2. He was a resident hitchka, Bobbie Vann, Mild- '
Smy heart to say we have so of Port St. Joe since' 1943. red Van, and Essie Vann, all
many things to be blessed to Survivors include: two sist- of Tampa; four brother, Elvin
J..have our hospital and doctors. ers, Evelyn Underwood of Vann and Henry Vann, both of TOW 'IS
't i lany thanks to, Dr. Shirley Port St. Joe, and Willie Mae Wewahitchka, and David,
Simpson who has had her Lee of New York City. Vann, and Willie Vann, both of
hands full to put up with an old Funeral services were held California.
^W '."young" lady like Aunt Bell. Tuesday, June 8, 2:00 P.M. Funeral services were held
,,What patience she has had EDT at'the Philadelphia Pri- at 2:00 CDT Sunday, June 6, at
,with me for several years. I do mitive Baptist Church, con- New Hope Baptist Church,
"' T.adminreiher for her standards ducted by the Rev. A. H. Wewahitchka, conducted by
.; ,a''"- doctdr: I"love her and Wilsoni and the.'Rev James the Rev. Michael Peterson.
3 'a.; V Tery deep resi tTror .-Hurd-.- Intermeht followed -in- Interthent- followed in the
her.. the family plot,. Forest Hill family plot, Williamsburg
.' May God. bless everyone Cemetery. Cemetery. Borden's "In the
"who sent'cards, flowers, and All services were under the All services were under the Borden n the
many prayers for. me, and to direction of the Comforter direction of the Comforter
"; my pastor, Brother Barr. Funeral Home. Funeral Home.
Aunt Bell "
S"CARD OF THANKS HIGHLAND VIEW
": .. Surely the most wonderful, S V
c-caring people on earth live METHODIST cuI UMt A
here in Gulf -County. I feel METH DIST C URCH rs, traton's
truly blessed for having been
.the recipient of all those Corner 4th & Parker Ave.
prayers which went up for me Invites You to Worship Services
'before, during and following Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor S A L A I
S'finy surgery. Words are inade-
quate to express my apprecia- SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... ". ...... 10-00 A.M.
'-..tion for all your many acts of MORNING WORSHIP ... ... ..... .. 11:00 A.M.
,; -'lovingldndness. EVENING WORSHIP .. 6:00 P.M.
;:', I ask your continued pray- WEDNESDAY .. 30 Prayer Meetings All Brand
ers during my convalescence. All Brands
i 'God bless you. all.' Nursery Provided
etha Rester ____________ ___I_






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Panama City National SUard Armory


Free to the Public -veryone Is Welcome

Live Family Enterta' ,nent Good Food

.* Cloggers Go Country a:-.d Gospel Music
(Calvary Trio)

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School Honor Roll Students


Students whose names were
on the Honor Roll for the
entire school- year are as'
follows:
ALLA's
Second grade: Angela Good-
rich;. Cynthia Griffin, Kelly
Nations, Monica Weeks;
Fourth grade: Alice Causey,
and Christa Gortman
Fifth grade: Aimee Lister.
-ALL A's and B's
First grade: Brandy Beatty,
Theresa Dietz, Allen Gaskin,
Darrell Hays, Chuck Jackson,
Anthony Lee. Benjamin Lin-
ton, Stacy Price, Carrie Red-
mon, Cherry Sirmons, Sonia
Spicer, Julie Stewart.
Second grade: Laurie Kye
Bidwell, Kimberly Sue Burns,
Chad Flowers, Holly Heling
Arlin Odom, Jr., Lashawn


Scott, Jacque Smith, Pamela
Smith, Anthony Werden, Mit-
chell Yarrell.
'Third grade: Brandi, Arm-
strong, Matthew Birming-
ham, Sheila Bishop, James
Carter, Ivey Criitchfield,
Holly Hays, Larry Layton,
Shannon Miller, Ingrid Muina,.
David Sewell, Amy Waldorff,
Heather Whitfield.
Fourth grade: Joe Addison,
Richard Addison, Joanna.
Causey, Jennifer Groom, De
Ann.Griffin, Kim Kemp, Eric
Holopeter, Tammy Lanier,
Amy Linton, Darryl Lister,
Michael Murphy, Darlene
Pearson, David Rich, Micelle
Roberts. Shane Semmes,
David Smith, Charles Toney,
Robbin Williams.
Fifth grade: Patria Mathes,


Juan Muina, Sonjia Williams. Kevin Land, Ronald May-
Sixth grade: Sharner Bos- hann, Monica Redmon, Hay-
tick, Berry Eubanks, Renee wood. Shealy, Melinda Whit-
Gortemoller, Tracy Hodges, field.


First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteentn Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227.1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ... ..... 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ..... 11:00A.M.
Study in the Gospels. Wednesday 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857


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QUALITY MEATS

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THE STAR. Port St. Joe. F!a THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1982


M C-OS E F RE


Two lots in Wewahitchka,
located on Chipola Ave., in the
4th block on left side of street.
Call 227-1156 or come by St.
Joe Papermakers Federal
Credit Union, 530 Fifth St. in
Port St. Joe. 4tc6-10

Trailer on corner lot, 207
Madison St. $2,500 down,
balance $4,700. Payments of
$100 per month on 10% loan.
Call 229-8943. ltp 6-10

For Sale by Owner: Beauti-
ful Mexico Beach lot, 100'x75',
I block from water, chain link
fence, cleared. 648-5817.
tfc6-10

Corner Beach Lot: $7,500.
Cleared, stor. bldg. 12x36',
Mexico Beach water, natural
gas, elec. 3 blks. to Gulf. Ad-
joining double wide and lot,
$19,950. Screened and open
porches, 1,500 sq. ft. By one or
both. Terms. 648-5471.
2tp6-10

75'x175' lot on Marvin
Avenue for sale. Call 648-8972.
2tc6-10


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


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


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 with 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
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in 1st block from beach on
Canal St., St. Joe Beach. 904/
482-3884. 3tc 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





Lg. antenna, good cond.,
35th St. Mexico Beach. $75.
Call 648-8486. ltp6-10

14' boat and trailer. See at
21212th St. ltp6-10

1975 Suzuki motorcycle,
GT250,. bored to 300. Runs
good, new battery, headlight,
chai, front and rear sprockets.
New rear tire and tube. $325.
Call 227-1396. It 6,10

Must sell. 1965 27'6", Chris-
craft Cruiser, 327 h.p., low
hours, 82 Marine Survey
Dolphin Depth & Fish Finder
and C.B. Equipped for deep
sea fishing, rods and reels,
etc. Nice family or charter
boat. A-1 condition. $3,750.
Call 648-5439. ltp 6-10

Adorable AKC reg. mini-toy
poodles, 9 weeks old. Three
females, $100 each. Have been
wormed and begun shots. Col-
ors are: light apricot,
chocolate brown and silver
w/white markings. Call
639-2807.


Sears Kenmore washer and
elec. dryer, 3 mos. old, $500.
Call 229-1892.

Ceramic molds for sale,
good variety, Ig. and small.
Must sell. $1,400 or best offer.


Inquire at 407 Madi
Oak Grove. If not a
leave note, will get in
KITTENS, four
kittens are looking
homes. Phone 229-634'


Mobile home, 1971,
dbl.-vented roof,
remodeled, w/w carp
bdrm, ba., 1g. front
furnished plus auto. d
er, washing machine
extras. Must see
predciate. On rented
Lake at Phillip's. Inle
Call 648-5439.
Four 8.00x16.5 8-ply
almost new. All for $12
301 Reid Ave. or call


1977 12x65' mobile home,
like new, on rented lot. Call
648-8972 before 12:00 or after
5:00. tfc 4-15
Growing business for sale.
For more 'information call
229-8004. tfc 6-3:

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


Fossil insects indicate
that insects have lived
on the earth at least
400 million years.


Office space for rent, Ward
Ridge City Hall. Call 227-1562.
2tc 6-10
3 ,bedroom. furnished
trailer at .Overstreet. Call
R4a8-5306. t fe 5-27


ison St., Office spice available suon.
it home, 201 Monument Ave Call
touch. 227-1199 or after 6 p.m.,
227-1363. tfc 3-20
adorable
for' good 'For carpets cleaned the way
5. professionals do it-at a frac-
lte6-10 tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
.. Vac the portable steam
12'x65' carpet cleaning system.
newly Available at Western Auto,
et, a.c, 2 phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
liv. rm., Mobile home sites, efficien-
ishwash-' cv apt., mobile homes, and
e, many campers for rent on beach. By
to ap- day, week, monthor year. Ski
L lot on Breeze Camp Sites. Call
t. $7,500. 229-6105. tic '
Itp
___ No need for wet carpets'.
tires, 2 Dry clean them with HOST..
5. See at Use rooms right away. Renitt
227-1813. machine. St. Joe Furniture.
tfc 5-27 227-1251.


Wanted: Used metronome,
good cond. Call 648-5206.
Wanted to Rent: Clean 3
bdrm. unfurnished mobile
home or house in beacl? vicini-
ty. Call 227-1805 after 6:00.
Itp 6-10

Will buy lamps, dishes, pic-
tures, old crochet pieces. Call
229-6254. tfc 6-10


"He who finds himself,
loses his misery."
Matthew Arnold




PIANO LESSONS during
the summer months. Call
Phoebe Barlow, 229-8047.

RODNEY HALL'S ROOFING
Licensed and Free Estimates
Port St. Joe 229-6859
4tp 5-27d

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)


Walls, woodwork and win-e
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
e Road Building Lot Clear-
ing Septic Tanks
Drain Fields e Hauling
Rt. 3, Box AlC
Port St. Joe, Florida
Phone 229-6018
26tc 3-18
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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
Ist St., White City
Phone 227-1783
,4tc5-20

Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
AI-Ann
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. Jpmes Episcopal Church'
Phone 129-8720


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


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W. S. (Biff) Quarles
CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING
229-8795


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

7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES

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

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

Assume' 9,12% mortgage onr this 3
bdrm.,. 1 ba.; brick home, cen. air &
heat with built-in extras.

SLg. 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, 1/2 bik; 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
ROY SMITH, Assoc. JOHN CL ENNEY, Assoc.


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PAINTING (Inter. & Exter.) FLORIST& GIFT SHOPPE
GENERAL REPAIRS St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
FURNITURE REPAIRS Gifts
& REFINISHING 319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
PAPER HANGING Port St. Joe. Florida
20 yrs. experience If no answer call229-8964
Free Estimates Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Call 229-8924. Hrs.: 9:00-5:00. M, T, Th, F, S
4tp6-3 9:00-12:00 Wed.
tfc.1-21


Air Conditioning-Heating
Refrigeration- Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
AVON Buy or Sell
Call district manager, Claudia
Walters, Panama City,.
871-5523. tfc 10-8
CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
S SERVICE
Tanks Cleaned and
Portelet Service
22948007







lumber
&5SwpptyyCo.

Ghdden Pjrfit.

St 3oe Beach,Ro h reai8 l4


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR.TELEPHONE!









Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


Going Fishing?.
Stop here first
for a complete
lIne of

Fishing Tackle'
Hurlbut Supply
3m Reid Ave.


SHALLOW WELS ,
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
L. "tfce4-29


SUR-WAY ELECTRIC
411 Reid Avenue
Commercial, Residential
Remodeling and
Service Work
26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded
Call Charles (Shorty)
Sowellat
229-6798
tfc5-20



ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





- -Commercial Building
-Residential Building
--Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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kills bugs for
up to six mRonths,
and soves you about$ 100 yarly
in costly post cat trol ,services.
Use of Sprayer free with
*-purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Aveuue
Port St. Joe Florida


The Sewing Room
s 410 A Reid Avenue O,
ppT Port St. Joe, Florida
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"




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


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


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PAT'S MATS & FRAMES
406 7th Street Mexico Beach, Fla.
Custom Matting & Framing of:
* PAINTINGS PRINTS
* PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDLEWORK
WE NOW'HAVE READY-MADES
All 16"x20" & 18"x24" at /2 Price
Unfinished Frames Available
OPEN Wed. thru Sat. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. EST
Sunday 1 p.m.- 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Member Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914


I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-


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Port St. Joe Elementary
School announces the Honor
Roll for the sixth six weeks
grading period.
ALLA's
Grade one: Robert Arnold,
Brad Buzzett, Tappan Gandy,
Thomas Holcomb, Daniel
Hughes, Crystal Kennington,
Jodi Ann Mapes, Arion Nick-
son, Leah Ray, Tina Rich,
S Teresa Skyles, ChuckWatsori,
Timothy Whitfield.
Grade two: Tenesa Adams,
Angel Barr, Pam Bowen,
Scott Boykins, Shelley Camp-
bell, Teleshi Daniels, Kellie
Moree, Patricia Nedley, Andy


NEWS from your
Pharmacist
By WALTER SCOTT
The disease known as ath-
lete's foot is one of the most ir-
ritating fungi which common-
ly strikes man. Athlete's foot
is prevalent among athletes
because it is
easily' spread
from one per-
son to another
elsin lockrs, mater and in shoes.
shower rooms.
This fungi is
quite con-
tagious and
can live for
weeks on tow-
els, floors, mats and in shoes.
Athlete's foot is actually
ringwdrm of the feet and will
cause blisters and cracks bet-
ween the toes. Annoying it-
ching is another symptom of
this disease which usually oc-
curs during high school or col-
lege years, although it may
continue for long periods of
time if not checked.
Any number of drugs and
preparations are used in the
treatment of the affected
areas, including barious salts,
benzoic acid anointment and
many others. Two important
aspects of. treatment include
keeping the feet dry and
prevention of reinfection.
Our pharmaceutical depart-
ment is well-stocked with
many preparations for the
treatment of athlete's foot and
S, other ringworminfections. We
stand ready to give you effi-
cient-serviceanadtocompound.
your prescriptions with the ut-
most care. Your health is our
most important concern.

St. Joe Drugs
236 Reid Ave. Phone 227-1723


Rutter, Jenny Simmons,
James Turner, Jason White,
Jamey Wilder.
Grade three: Jabbar "Alex-
ander, Brenda Burns, Patrick
Freeman, Kyle Griffin, Erich
Hohman, Becky Keith, Rachel
McCulley, Susan Minger, B. J.
Rice, Nicole Whaley, Gwen
WhiteEagle.
-Grade five: ,Christopher
Bowen, Lance Campbell, Yo-
lahda: Daniels, Ted Davis,
Timothy Davis, Matthew Dur-
ham, Katonya. Gardner,
Wendy Groos,. Stacy Kemp,
Patricia Lee, Mickey Lewter,
Phillip Nedley, Lisa. North,
George Newsome, Stephanie
Porter, Hannon Smith, Mi-
chele Taylor, Kristin Totman;,
Christopher Wahl.
ALLA'sandB's.
Grade one: Todd "Addison,'
Ray Bolden, Bill Brown, Josh
Elder, Michael Evans, Heath
Gentry, Kehdall Hogue, :Hea-.


their Johnson, Sherry Ludlam,
Jimmy McDonald, Brian
McLeod, Kristen Nichols,
Sandy Praytor, Tiffany Sand-
ers, Devon Thomas, Tawnya
Wilcox, Travis Williams,
Sherrell .Wilson, Analisa
Wood.
Grade, two: Chad Arrant,
Norton Arrant, Mary Ann
Byrd, LaKitcha Daniels, An-,
gela Davis, Elitha Gant, ,Al'
Jones, Karen Lanier, Jason
Lee,. Brian Lemieux, Kristy.
Melvin, Jeff Newberry, Sta-
cey Newsome, Wendy Os-
borhe,; Matthew Pate, Felisha
Pittman, Carolyn' Stephens,
Jason Whitten.
Grade three: Lisa Atkins,
Holley Bailey, Jeffery Batson,
Charlie Brake, Sharon Byrd,
Roy Campbell, Ann Canitley,
Tammy Capps, Chris Cox,
Donna Durham, Buck Fernan-
dez, Hope Gentry, Lori Gent-
ry, Scott Godwin, David


Groos, Laurie Hall,' Tyrone
Hamilton, Leanna Harcus,
Deon Joseph, Reginald Larry,
Darrell Linton, Vivian Miller,..
Sonya Nickson, Steven Odom,
Paula Pendarvis, Trisha Phil-
lips, Charles Praytor, Dontae
Quinn, Paxton Rogers, Ben
RUss, Jason' Spikes, Tracy
Stansel, Mollie Skipper, Mat-
i thew .Taylor, Wendy Weston,
Calondra White, Stephen
White.
Grade four: Jim Anderson,
David Brown, Larry Byrd,
BruceDawson, Mark Godwin,
William Ford, Michael Harp-
er, Amanda Jackson, Tim
Kerigan, Alison Handley,
Michael Lollie, John Moore,
Stacy Towle, Aaron Wilson.
Grade six: Warren Bennett,
Christopher Brockman, Don-
aid W. Campbell. Eddie Had-
dqck, Lee Keith, Lisa Mahl-
kov, Raelene McCoy, Doris
Sander.


First Aid Listed for




Snake Bite Victims
l nsa:*;:L^t^7 j


Summer is the time for
outdoors in Florida, and those
strollers unfamiliar with
Southern forests and woods
may think such natural set-
tings are full of dangerous
snakes waiting to pounce on
the unwary.
But in fact, many outdoors-
men such as professional
foresters with the State Divi-
sion of Forestry, Department
of Agriculture and Consumer
Services, traverse woods al-
most daily for months or years
without even seeing a dan-
gerous snake.
The danger from snakes
usually is greatly over-
emphasized. Yet, such bites
undeniably happen, and you


should know what to do if you
ever need to cope with one.
The American Red Cross
supplies an excellent first aid
leaflet on the subject, which
should be obtainedand studied
by those heading in Florida
woods for summer outings.
One of the simplest precau-
tioris is to simply let the snake
know you're coming by mak-
ing noise. Poking ahead of you
-or thrashing in the underbrush
with a stick is a good way. The
snake can retreat and you'll
never know it was there.
Also, other common-sense
suggestions include carrying a
snakebite kit, wearing pro-
tective clothing such as boots
and long trousers, and not


WANT APS.


Wanted: Bartenders and
waitresses at Dave's Bar and
Lounge, Wewahitchka. Apply
in person between 8 a.m. and I
a.m. 2tc6-10

Part-time choir director at
1st United Methodist Church,
Mexico Beach. Call 648-5777.
ltc 6-10

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


RUMMAGE SALE: 2
families, clothing, small ap-
pliances. misc. items. Hwy.
71, White City, Sat., June 12,10
a.m. to6 p.m. ltp6-10

YARD SALE. 216 Tapper
Dr., Ward Ridge, last house on
right. Furniture, baby bed,
play pen, and many more
items. From 8:00 until, Satur-
day only.

GARAGE SALE: Thursday
morning, 9 to 12 only, 133
Bellamy Circle. Bedspreads,
curtains, drapery rods, etc.


"Procrastination is the art,'
of keeping up with
yesterday." Don Marquis.


1977 Chevy Malibu Classic,
305 cu. in. V8. ps, pb, ac,
am/fm/cassette, good tires,
new battery, rear window de-
fogger. Asking $2,900. Call
648-8439 evenings. ltp 6-10

1976 Cutlass Supreme
Brougham, excel. cond. $2,500
firm. Call 227-1235. 2tc 6-10

1955 Chevy pickup, excel.
cond., needs engine. Best of-
fer. Indian Pass. Call 229-8176
and ask for Sam. 2tc 6-10

1975 Chevrolet Impala, a.c,
$650. Call Leo Kennedy,
227-1440 or 229-8040. ltp
SURPLUS JEEPS. CARS
AND TRUCKS available.
Many sell for under $200. Call
312-742-1143 ext. 9939 for infor-
mation on how to purchase:,.
4tp5-20

S1979 Jeep CJ-5, 6' cyl., fow
mileage, in excel. cond., "
chrome wheels. Call 229-
6934, ask for Mark. tfc6-3


reaching blindly into holes or
under ledges.
But let's suppose you or a
companion is bitten by a
rattler, moccasin or coral
snake- all -of which can be
found in Florida's outdoors. A
moderate reaction to snake-
bite includes mild pain, ting-
ling, rapid pulse, weakness.
possible nausea and rapid
breathing. Severe reaction
would include rapid swelling
and numbness, severe pain at
the bite, possible shock, slur-
red speech, unconsciousness
and even no breathing or
pulse.
Some of the first-aid steps
you might take meanwhile
include': keeping the victim
quiet and lying down if
possible; immobilize the bit-
ten arm or leg and keep the.
bite below heart level if you
can. Apply wide belt or band,
not a narrow one, between the
bitgand'the.heart if arm nr.leg
isinvolied-Keepbelt sndg b itr
not tight enough to cut 'off
circulation. You should check
for pulse beyond the belt and
watch for swelling to make
certain that the blood flow is
not halted.
If symptoms progress to
severe before medical help
arrives you can make cuts
with a sharp knife just through
the skin, about a half* inch
long, over each fang mark.
Apply suction with cup or
mouth to remove some of the
venom.
The Red Cross recommends
against use of cold com-
presses or ice packs or any
other type of cold treatment.
It also urges you to kill the
snake for later identification if
you can without delaying the
first aid, so that the medical
treatment can be based on a
known type of venom.


Concern


Christian

The Concern Christian So-
ciety will hold their regular.
business meeting this Satur-
day, June 12, at 4 p.m. at
Philadelphia Primitive Bap-
tist Church.
Rev. G. Wilson, host pastor,
encourages all members to
please attend.


'I'IIE sTAR. ['ort St. Joe. Fla, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1982 PAGE THIRTEEN


From the time Leonardo da
Vinci made the first sketches
of gliders to the first real
airplane:was a period of 400
years.


SBy
WAYNE
PARRISH


NewTanker

The Howard Creek Volunteer Fire
Department dedicated a new tanker truck at


a community barbecue held last Thursday
afternoon at Howard Creek. The new tanker
has'a'capacity of 1,500 gallons of water. The
county furnished the tanker to the Howard
Creek community to provide better fire pro-
tection for the residents of that area.
-Star photo


Crawford Attends Rotary


International Convention


William E. Crawford of Port
St. Joe was one of more than
15,000 Rotarians and guests
from some 100 countries who
attended Rotary Interna-
tional's annual convention,
June 6-9, "in Dallas, Texas.
The theme of the meeting was
"World Understanding and
Peace Through Rotary."
Crawford, a member of
the Rotary Club of Port St.
Joe, was accompanied by his
wife, Catherine.
Simone Veil, immediate


past president of the Europe-
an Parliament, and Sol Lino-
witz, former U.S. ambassador
to the Middle East peace
negotiations and co-negotiator
of the Panaina Canal Treaties,
addressed the meeting on
themes of international co-
operation and goodwill.
Rotary International Presi-
dent Stanley E. McCaffrey
convened the convention at
which Rotarians reviewed the
world'-ide service organiza-
lion's community and interna-


Ladies' Softball Tournament

Scheduled for June 18 and 19


The Gulf County Child De-
velopment and Learning Cent-
er will be having a ten team
double elimination Ladies
Softball Tournament on June
18 and 19.
Entry fee for the tourna-


ment is $50.00 and two soft-
balls.

For more information, con-
tact Ms. Jewerline Farmer at
229-8060, after 5 p.m. at
229-8524.


- Public Notices -


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR.
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. GULF
COUNTY. FLORIDA
Clvil Aclion No 81.Bia
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE
ASSOCIATION. eic
Piainlil.
vs
DONALD R BAKER. El u.. el al
Oefendarnts
NOTICE OF SALE
Nonice is hereby given ihai pursulr rio
Ire Final Judgment ol Foreclosure and
Sale enle'ea In rle cause pending in aIh
Circuit Cou'rl ol Ine Fourleenlh Judicial
Circuit. in and lor Gull Counly. Fiorida
Civil Aclion No 61-48, Ine unaer.ignea
Clerk will sel ihe property silumed in
said County described as
LOt 9 8 Easl 40 leet Lol 8 Biock 1I
Siebe'l Higni Suodivision IWnile Ci
ly FioiCoa asF recrcad in Piai BOOK
1. page 53 ithe PunllIc Recorae ol
Gull Counly Fioria,
al public sme Io Ine nior.esi anda ,csi oia.
drer Ir., cIa al 1 I 00 -.-ci ,I.C A M.iA 1 :.r.'ine
171n day ':. June 1982 al lha Froni .ool
ol Ine Gui' CounlT Cc-.ulnouse Poril S
Jr.e Filo i 1
JERRY GATES
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By lit Mauwei Cumbre Deouly Cleri,
SWANN AND HADDOCK PA
1[00 Couriana. Strie
Orianao Flonaia 3280.1
Allorr.eyu Ior Piaiw.li 2163

CITY TO OFFER
SUMMER SEWER RATES
Tne Cily .S o eilcin9 rjcid ca ralte 0.1'
.EWage use IC-r Serfvic'S Dinled July I
rugUIU a 1 anda S..-ieT D"O r 1 196 This is
lor IrI.':.E l. c i'-le h.. hir.a, neI C ,. r, 10 I
waler eir, lawns arda gardens airn Cily
*3Ter
Eacn ir. ,iaua, i a.:c.unl Willn b iiel
Io1 inese 3 .nonnihDbed o.n irhe a.erae
Uwe Iromr Janusar r1 ri.ioun June I 1982
ADrc.iial.n fc.r ineie reduced, rates
n- usl 6 n=E.ace r i in; Cai, Hall on or
beloie Jurc 21 19Va2 a,n.l none will be
con-aerelo alle.' iail dale No applica-
liors liiI re ai p Ien c., iciepnone.


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. Joe
Lodge No. 11l, F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
B. F. NUNNERY, W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.

"Cheerfulness is the spice of
all truth." Pestalozzi


CITY OF PORT ST JOE
By isl L A Farris Ciiy Audiloi.Cleik
216 10

FICTITIOUS NAME
Nolice is neieby given lhatl urEuans 10
Secli.:,r. 86509 Florida Slalul. iFhe
undersignea person inaind Io regisie'
win ine Cisrk ol Ine CirGUll court. Gull
County. Flor as our weeks aear Ine lirsi
publicati or o ifn nolice. he iCiciiiious
.~,arne or leade name unOer wnicr. rie iWil
be engage in business; ana Itn nicih said
business is Ic De criileO on l o w
J T WOOD. BUILDING
REMODELING 8 MAITETNANCE
SERVICE
906 l01r, Sirel Porl Si Jro F( ..ia
j T Wood Owner
16 10

S BID NO 272 ,'.
The City or P:i Si Joe. F. lor,,a, re-:
queSlS DIdis or an oSuomalic .rrigali,',.
E,slen-. lor Peroelusi C3,' Cer,.-ie.'
ilCii le 1 Nile s Roa Porl SI J.e
Fioias 32a56 Specir.: lions m3y o onb
taneo from i the Cily Cleik.' Oll0,: P 0
Box A. Porji Si Jce Fior.aa IPl ar,.: ,, be
rev.ewea li.-o,m 8 00 A M 5 00 P 1.1 i B i
opening wii be neia at Ihe Regular Clv
Comimiilior, Meeing or. July 6 1982


CITY OF PORT ST JOE
I,; L A Farris


216 10. 62 2


STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTYOF'GULF .- '
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE .s ne'eDy gen final on the
2E.ir. daSy t May 1982 pursuansi io a Writ
or E Pcui,'-.. issuedd ,n hE.e Cour.,) Courll
, G.I Gul Co.u..i Fioas Case riJuT.nel
81 220 ,r. Ir.e cauie o0 MERIT FINANCE
PLAINTIFF Ds MR AND MRS JAMES I
MURRAY DEFENDANTS I KEN I.tUR
PHY SHERIFF OF GULF COUNTY
FLORIDA nave leevia uror.n me rvoDe'l,
: i he aeler.dani 10o it
One (1) 1970 Chevrolet pickup truck.
blue and white in Coior VIN l pumbe'
CE140B126907 ., .
On the 7th day of July. 1982. at Two
O'Clock (2:00) (EST) in the afternoon on
the steps of the Gulf County Courthouse.
Port St. Joe. Florida. I ,i 'oler I.5r' ale
said property for cash Io ire lh.are1 ,ia
der. subject to' all prior liens, if any. to
satisfy said Writ of Execution. ..
Is/ KEN MURPHY. SHERIFF. '
Gulf County. Florida.
4t 6-10


tional projects and planned
new activities.
The first among the world's
service clubs, Rotary Interna-
tional has more than 19,600
clubs with more than 950,000
members in 157 lands.


Sj


What is the most number of
touchdown passes ever thrown
in a professional football
,game? Seven is the answer,
but this feat has been perform-
ed not once but five times.
Completing seven TD passes
in one game were Sid
Luckman, Adrian Burk,
George Blanda, Y. A. Tittle
and Joe Kapp.
Luckman was the first to
complete seven when the
Chicago Bears played New
York on Nov. 14, 1943. The last
professional quarterback to
complete seven touchdown
passes was Kapp in a game
between Minnesota and
Baltimore oh Sept. 28, 1969.
That is what you would call
"rifle-like accuracy."
Accuracy is important in the
sports world and in business.
You can depend on our'ac-
curacy and good service. Stop
and visit with us anytime.

Athletic House
3:23 Reid Asennie


GflIUJ 648-5011 Sales
_-. -, .48-8220 Rentals:


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
Eacn Olicce hiaeDerD.denily Ow..-O and OperaieO
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.. liv. rm.. Lg. house, 3 bdrm. I', ba, liv. im.
kllchen. diningiden combo. Chain din. rm.. & kitchen combo. carport.
link fenced back yard. all In good newly painted thruoul 1501 Monu.
cond. Only S29,000 m int. No. 106.


1802 Marvin -- 3 bdrm.. 1 ba. liv rm..
dining area. kitchen, laundry im.
covered carport on Ig 78x175' lot
Paved driveway $33.500. Adjoining
lot also available with above II
desired.
3 bdrmi.. 2 ba. beautiful brick home
only 4 years old. Comfortable den
with fireplace. Carpet & vinyl thruout.
Can h&a (all electric).. 105 Monica
Dr, Ward Ridge
Call and see what we can do about
moving you Into a 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 1 car
garage home. 107 Yaupon. $50,000.
Good assumable mortgage -
1912 Juniper. Brick, 3 bdfr*., 1 '-1 ba.,
quiet area close to schools, good-
sized home Only S39,900:2 screened'
porches. & 2 car carport.
Beautiful 3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick home
only 2'/2 yrs; old. Fenced .In back
yard, utility shed, 1 car garage. Must
see to appreciate. 104 21st St.
$67,500.00.


Beautiful brick home In nice
neighborhood, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.. great
rm. wihuge t.p., dining area w bay
window, kit. wieating bar & ap
pliances Laundry rm..dbl car garage
and utility rm Must see this spacious
home to appreciate S75.000. 2105
Palmr Blvd.
Excellent rental investment Duplex
Sapartment In good neighborhood
$5,000 down. owner will finance rest
at 12%. Long Ave.
Call. our office for Informalion or
other listings In Mexico Beach. St.
Joe Beach, Overstreet, Gull Are.
Commercial, Beacon Hill or Howard
Creek. Also beachfront lots In Mexico
Beach and Cape area.
PAULETTA CAMPBELL 648 6977
ALISADUREN .......: 648 5635
ELLEN ALLEMORE ... 648.8939
ARCHIE BARBEE ........ 648-5392
JIM CLEMENT ......... 648-5482
BOB & JEAN FALISKI ... 229-6553
WYVONNEHATTAWAY .. 229.6993
BRENDA RUSHING WOOD 227-1589


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With


HANNON INSURANCE

Agency, Inc.

The Insurance Store Since 1943


Auto Home Business Life

.Flood Bonds Mutual Funds

8:30 til 6:00 Monday through Friday


221 Reid Avenue


Phone 227-1133


We are HERE to Service What We Sell


ROY SMITH, Agent


FRANK HANNON, Agent


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5 -' -.


Port St.Joe Elementary School


Lists Names of Honor Students


S7irjl /niled Welio/i Ci ,,,lrc

Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
: JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ................ 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ............... ....... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP........ ........ .. .. 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ...... ... 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........... 7:30 P.M.


$1000 o Discount
with this coupon off all
EYEGLASS FRAMES in stock with
the purchase of prescription lenses.
Offer begins June I and expiresJuly 30: no other offers Apply


'Drs. Tindell, Denney & Associates

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


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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.



A............ Full Line of Best Quality

arTun Pure Tung Oil
STung Oil Paint
Varnishes
Enamels:
TNGVIN Acrylic and
txteror I dh. Vinyls
S. ...... At A Good Price

0, A 0R. o sC AL SMITH
I- j 609 Woodward Ave.
229-8827
I^H k Illlli.. j^H9Qft7


PAGE THIRTEEN,,


~.


THURSDAY,, JUNE 10, 1982


I'M STAII~i. Pourt St. Joe, Fla,:





DAVID RICH'S<
Foodliner. .
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka u.


I#FAtAi kp SAVE; ,.R
Friends We Are TRUE DISCOUNT..We Know We Can Save You More.
Monev On Your Total Food Bill Than Any Other Store In Town!
(COMPARE YOUR TAPE TOTAL!)


GREAT FOR B-B-QUEING
LGREA ING]
TAI
TABLERITE FRESH
S 1 0
SLICED PORK
Lb $148


TEAKS


-DIS-CUUNTTNrOi'.," IGHER


!I oU Isc OR NO D


REEF-CHIX-TURKEY


LIMIT 5
8BOZ.
SIZE


p$1i
$1


k


Mazola Corn Oil 2 -Off...........
Martha White Corn Muffin Mix ..
Larsen Veg. All...........
Stokely Gatorade Lemon/LLme/Orange.
Maxwell House Bag Coffee .....
Crisco Shortening .............


.............
.....5. .....
.2~mm'e'


Lesueur Peas ..............................
Delmonte Gold Corn Cream Style/Whole Kernel ... ...
V-8 Vegetable Juice .......................
Hellman's Mayonnaise ........... .


28 Oz. Jar 2"
48 oz. etl. 211
7%vOz Pkz..
160z.Can 88
32 z. Btl. 680
1 Lb. Bag $239
3 Lb. Can .$219
17 Oz. Can 55c
17 Oz. Can 49
46 Oz. Can 99
Qt. '


IFO NFO DPI


ORE IDA
Crinkle Cuts . . . 2LbPkg.
.ET'RITZ
Pie Shells . . . 2ShellPkg.
IGA
Whip Topping .... . ... 1 o0z'


990
69
79o


DIS DUNT2 Z
ALL PURPOSE BIOE$ 09$
IVORY LIQUID I
VAN CAMP 210 OZ.
PORK & BEANS 2 CANS


(KRAFT JUNE CHEESE FESTIl
KRAFT Natural Swiss Cheese ........
Mozzarella Sliced Cheese ....
American Cheese Singles ....
Casino Monterey Jack .......
Sharp Cheddar.............
Cracker Barrel X-Sharp Sticks ......
Cracker Barrel Sharp Sticks ........
Half Moon Longhorn Cheese ........
Velveeta Cheese ..................
Philadelphia Cream Cheese.........


VAI


L)
I Oz. Pkg. $
IO. Pkg. 990
I Oz. Pkg.
I Oz.Pg.
I o, a. 1 Pkg. i
10. P. $169
10 O. Pkg.
I0 Ox. Pkg. 1
Lb. Pg. 29
Lb. Pkg. 1"
I Oz. Pkg. 890


IGA Giant Sandwich Bread ........ 24 z. Loaf 79
IGA Hamburger or Hot Dogs Buns s t. $129
IGA Honey Buns . . . 3ct. Pkg. 99

Close-Up Toothpaste (Reg. Mint) 10 off ...... 2.7 oz. 79
Sundown Sunscreen 4-6-8.............. 3 ozz. 37 9
Johnsons Baby Corn Starch Powder ..... e oz. 1
Vaporette Flea Collars (Dogor Cat)........... -..Each 88 .


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SWEET WESTERN
CANTALOUPES


LARGE HONEY DEW
MELONS


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SWEET TREE-RIPENED 29
PEACHES 3b.Tr"
CRISP, CRUNCHY 2 A t
CARROTS 2.a49
MEDIUM YELLOW
ONIONS .. ,3I..bag88


PREMIUM CHIQUITA
BANANAS


SWEET GEORGIA
RED PLUMS


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ICE COLD GUARANTEED RIPE
WATERMELONS
F A N C Y Y E L L O W .1 1 0
CORN ... 5Ears 100
FRESH SHELLED DAILY
Peas & Butterbeans


99


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Cucumbers uu


World's Largest
SCUPPERNONG VINES
The Best Sugar Figs
FIGTREES .........


Large
ELEPHANT EARS


.$4s50


E..$400
E..$400


3 Inch Pots 1 3 ,
SPIDER FERNS, BEGONIAS "T1
We Still Have A Few Flowers Left
At Bargain Prices
E. J. RICH 1610 Monument Ave.
or at Both IGA Stores


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