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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 24, 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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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FOR"


USPS518-880


TY-FIFTH YEAR. NUMBER 43


-THEST AR

Industry -Deep Water Port-Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1982


20* Per Cnnv


Face Writ In August


Injunction Against





Lakes Board Lifted


The Dead L kes Water Management Board won two
battles' in a hearing in judges's chambers in the
Courthouse last Thursday afternoon.
The Dead Lakes Board has been faced with
continuous court.action from a group of Panama City
residents since the draw-down structure at the lakes was
made inoperable a:-few months ago.
. . In their 'appeance before Circuit Judge Don
S irmons last Thursday afternoon, attorneys for the Dead
' akes Board were successful in having a former action
.filed against themnquashed and a newer action, calling for
San immediate decision, delayed until the local group could
getrprepared to defend themselves against a writ of
mandamus..
WRIT OF MANDAMUS
The writ, also being filed by the panama City
residents, would require the Dead Lakes Board to put the
gates-back in the.draw don structure at the south end of
the Dad'Lakes.,
The gates were removed by the County 'a few months
. ago at the request of the lakes board after they were the
.object of tampering by various aid unknown persons. The
States were ireioved for, safe keeping and stored in the
'county's road department building in Wewahitchka,
w. here they have been ever since.
SIn the new action, held last Thursday afternoon, the-
. Panama C.it'y group attacked the Dead' Lakes Board
Sautihoity ove the;lakes with the, claim that the Water
S.soirces'Act.nmakes all water subject to controls and
'- claimed that flhe law superceded the Dead Lakes Water
'Management authority.
T-';he group wants the Board forced by the courts' to
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replace the gates and allow the Water Management Board
to determine whether or not they should be closed or open.
Hentz McClellan, attorney for the Dead Lakes Board
said he was not served notice of the hearing on the Writ of
Mandamus until "just a day or two ago" and that be had
not had time to prepare a defense in the matter. McClellan
asked that the hearing be postponed to a time agreeable to
all parties to allow him time to. prepare 'a defense.
In. an order received Monday by the Board, Judge
Sirmons granted McClellan's request and re-set the
hearing for August 12.
INJUNCTION DISMISSED
In other action Thursday, McClellan was successful in
having an earlier temporary injunction dismissed because
the plaintiffs failed to follow proper procedure to keep the
temporary injuction in effect.
'The injunction had been'filed by' the Panama City
group in an attempt to restrain the Dead akes.Board
from removing any part of the Dead Lakes dam. as a
water control measure in the future. '' '
At the time the order was first filed, two members of
the Board had not been appointed. Also at the time of the'
order, there had' been no consideration given as to whaEt
the future of the dam should be, according to the Board'
members. They also say there has since been no further
consideration given to this matter, other than a routine
filing of a request to the Department of Natural Resources
to determine what their powers were in connection with
the dam.
As a result of last Thursday's round before Judge
Sirmons, the teinporary restraining order was' removed,
replacing full authority for the lakes' operation back in
the hands of the Board.


St. Joe Paper Company mill interrupting operations for a period of time. -Star photo



Suspending Operations


Following right on the heels of announcements made by
other local industry last week, ,St. Joe Paper Company
announced this week, it would be closing down its huge paper
mill here for a two week period starting, Saturday, July 3.
In a terse announceinin from the' mill management, it
was stated that' the mill would suspend operations on
Saturday in observance of Independence Day; The mill would
remain down for inventory adjustments and extensive


maintenance and repairs. On completion of the much needed
maintenance, it is anticipated that operations will resume
about July 20.
SLast week, Sylvachem Corporation announced .it was
closing down for a two week maintenance program and Basic
Refractories announced it was shutting down some of Its
production capability due to a soft market at this time for
their product.


County Coipmission Chairman, Jimmy Gortman and
County employee,:Jake Hysmith, lean against the gates to the
Dead Lakes drawdown.strubture, which have been stored at the


County Road Department barn in Wewahitchka since they were
removed a few months ago. The gates were removed at the
request of the Dead Lakes Bioard. -Photo courtesy The Breeze


Defense Questions Data



ii WGame Sales Trial


A quartet of Gulf County selves against varying counts
men, Dixie McDaniel, Chirles of killing and selling the meat
Melviri, Mark Yoder. and of alligator and deer, and
Lester'Gortman, faced a jury possessing a contraband sub-
which still had not rendered a stance.
verdict at press time yester- Pat Weaver, alias Nick Hall,
day afternoon, to defend them- an investigative law enfo-ce-
ment agent for the Florida
*'- Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission,. was the key
witness for' the prosecution,
M ix Files providing dates, names, sub-
' xon . es stances and prices for the
jury's consideration as the
;Guilty Plea trial began Tuesday morning.
According to Weaver, a total
Halcutt Mixon, a former of seven contacts with the
comptroller for the Apalachi- defendants resulted in the
c6la, Northern Railroad Go- purchase of alligator hides,
pany, entered a plea of guilty 260 pounds of alligator meat at
on Monday of this week to a a total price of $1,158 and three
charge of grand theft. deer for $150. He said 19.8
Mixon, 54, had been charged grams of marijuana were
earlier with theft from the given to him by McDaniel, and
company between the years of that a search of the McDaniel
1980 and 1981. He was charged property turned up 117.6
with altering invoices and grams more of the illegal
records of the firm. Mixon substance. He said the uncon-
admitted to the charges in trolled substances were iden-
Circuit Court Plea Day on tified by experts in the field in
Monday. either the Panama City or
Circuit Judge Larry Bodi- Tallahassee area.
ford ordered Mixon to pay DEFENSE QUESTIONS
$25,183 to the railroad com- As the attorney for the
pany as restitution and order- defendants cross examined
ed a pre-sentence investiga- the state's witnesses, he
tion before Mixon is sentenc- touched such points as the
ed. amount of tax payer's money


spent in .the assignment, the
failure to notify the Gulf
County Sheriff's Department
of the investigation, the lack
of testing for fingerprints and
the legality of the search
warrant.
As the defendants' case was
opened, the undercurrent of
the agents coercing the Gulf
County men to deal with them
began to surface. Fred Witten,
assistant public defender in
charge of the defense, also
seemed to question the valid-
ity of the state agent's notes
by questioning witnesses of


anyone noticing the agents
writing down all these dates
facts and figures which agents
testified to.
As the defendants took the
stand, Gortman substantiated
his innocence while Yodel
admitted to selling 16 pounds
of alligator meat he had been
given by a friend. Charles
Melvin admitted to the killing
and selling of one alligator and
the selling of one deer which
was said to have been shot
legally during the season.
McDaniel, who pled no
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DER Gives County Oct. 1 Deadline to Close Landfill


;; Gulf County Mosquito Control
director, Doug Kent, told the County
Commission Tuesday night he has
re-filed an application with the Depart-
ment of Environmental Regulation for
a landfill permit for south Gulf County.
Kent said he had refiled the permit
:request even though the agency had
charged the county with coming up with
yet another delay tactic' in closing
present landfill sites and gave the
county a deadline by which to comply
with DER's directive to cease opera-
tions in the sites which do not meet
state criteria..
The county has been dealing with
DER for nearly five years in an attempt
to find some way of meeting DER
requirements for the fill areas; a task
. ,which is almost impossible to accom-
plish here in the southern portion of the
county. In all this time, the county has
been able to have only one fill area
approved'by DER and that one is in the
extreme north end of the county at
Buckhorn and less than a mile south of
Sthe Calhoun County line.


DER has approved a site near Port
:St. Joe for a fill area, but,the
Stipulations are that the garbage would
be buried on top of the ground with all.
kinds of water monitoring devices
installed around Ithe burial area. The
County has been reluctant to develop
this idea because of the tremendous,
expense involved.
A new area which might meet DER
criteria for undergroimd burial has
been located just west of Port St. Joe
'and the county is now attempting to
.have this site approved' for under-
ground burial of refuse, which is
cheaper and more efficient than the
above-ground burial.
In a letter to the county this past
month, Robert V. Kreigel, district
manager of DER in Pensacola, wrote to
the Commission' charging them to
Proceed with activation of the permit
which has been granted (for the
above-ground site) and close down the
present sites in the south end of the
county. Kreigel's letter said, in part
"We do not intend to allow continued


unreasonable delays in the county's
meeting the state's solid waste require-
ments".. -'" 1
The letter also accused the county
of "delay tactics" in calling for an
inspection of the new proposed site for a
fill area. The action was interpreted by
Kreigel to mean, . . . appear to
indicate that the county again does not
intend to build a usable site as
permitted at this location"..
The letter from Kreigel closed with.
the warning; '"f the permitted site is
not built and an operation :permit
applied for -prior to October 1, 1982
expiration of permit SC23-38479; I will
recommend the petition for enforce-
ment as my March 30 letter states."
That enforcement could be costly.
Since that warning letter early last
month, attorney William J. Rish has
been in touch with other officers in
DER and encouraged them to at least
inspect the pevy proposed site, which
could possibIy s'Ve Gulf's problems in
meeting. the state criteria 'for: waste
disposal. Rish advised Kent that he


feels DER officers are now convinced
the latest move by Gulf is a genuine
attempt to comply with state law and
not a delay tactic. Rish said, "They are'
now ready to look at your application
and I hope you will do all in your power.
to furnish them everything they need as
rapidly as possible."'
High water tables throughout the
lower two thirds of the:county have
been causing the problems with secur-
Sing a permit from DER for waste
disposal.
OBJECT TO AUTOPSY.
Family members of Bob Raffield,
who died recently from a heart attack,
complained to the County Commission
Tuesday night that Dr. Joseph Sapala
had gone to unusual lengths in
performing an autopsy they felt was not
needed on Raffield after his death.
. . T. West, of Overstreet, acting as
spokesman for the family remarked,
"The family is concerned about it. They
had no voice in whether or not the
autopsy was performed even though it
was obvious he met a natural death".


Rocky Comforter, local funeral
home operator said there had been
conversations in the past concerning
Dr. Sapala's activities, but so far the
situation had not been changed. "Every
unattended death doesn't need an
autopsy", Comforter said. "When the
family and the Sheriff are satisfied
death is from natural causes, there is
no need for an autopsy since the only
purpose is to determine whether or not
an unattended death is of natural
causes".
Attorney Willia. J. Rish advised
the Coninission to meet with State
Attorney Jim Appleiman and discuss
the problem for him to handle.
ST. JOE BEACH WATER
Stuart Shoaf, St. Joe Natural Gas
Company representative, told the Com-
mission a public hearing had been held
at St. Joe Beach in reference to his firm
installing a water system at the beach.
Shoaf said the majority of those present
at the hearing was in favor of his
proposal and asked him to proceed with
securing a franchise and put the system


in.
Shoaf said the only problem was
that hp would need the estimated
$70,000 cost of sizing the system for fire
protection as well, before his firm could
begin construction. "I don't think we
should be asked to finance this service
which will serve the beach residents,
whether or not they are a customer of .
our service", Shoaf said.
The Commission agreed to consider
Shoaf's request and asked him to
consider alternatives to financing the
fire protection service in the system.
BEACH FIRE HOUSE
After hearing four alternatives
explained, the Commission agreed
Tuesday night to proceed with plans for
a fire station for St. JoeBeach. The new
station would be .of metal building
construction and would contain some
3,849 square feet.
Evan Williams, a spokesman for
the Beaches Fire Department said,
"Considering the masonry building and
the metal building, we had rather have
(Continued on Page Three)


Extension Dept. Selling

Fire Ant Bait July 1
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumn-
er Services will be selling Amdro fire ant bait in Gulf
County on Thursday, July 1. The sale of Amdro will be
held at the'Gulf County Extension Service office in..the
Courthouse here in Port St. Joe, from 9:00 a.m., to 12600
noon. Sales.will be also be held in Wewahitchka at the old
courthouse building from 1:00 p.m., to 5:00 p.m., Central
Time.
The cost of the state supplied Amdro is $2.50 for a one
pound bag or $50.00 for a 50 pound bag.
Details of the sale are available at the office of Roy
Lee Carter, Gulf County Cooperative Extension agent.
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Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR


THURSDAY JUNE 24 1982


* Struggle



Dancing

, Bay County officially turned
thumbs down on allowing nude
S dancing parlors and hot legs con-
S tests in their county last week, after
a mighty struggle over whether it
., was worth risking an expression of
S freedom over , to guarantee a less
S blatant display of pervert sex on the
S stage in their county.

We've never seen a hot legs
S contest nor a topless and bottomless
dancer performing on a stage,. a
table or in the aisles. We have a
pretty good idea of what a nude
. -performance would be like, but we
can't figure what a hot legs contest
S-would be like.
: But then, there are a lot of other
Things we have never nor have any
:desire to see.
We all remember the last
":wrestling match Bay County had
-:-with morality, when they turned
- -down the dog track issue and then
--went to bat to get it approved in
;, Washington County, just a few yards
. across the Bay County line. That


S.Summer Here

S Now, you can wipe your brow
; legally. You can fight the heat, turn
:,; on the air conditioner if you can
, afford it, get out the fans arid deck
. -yourself out in shorts and dight
., shirts. . ,
It is now officially summer.
S During the past few weeks, we



S Latest Fad
The latest beauty craze has
u just hit the streets. Forsome of
us, itfis-too late to try aything,-
S but they tll us that millions are
flocking to the counters to
purchase this latest fad to make
one young-looking again.
The ingredient? A mud
pack made from genuine Dead
Sea mud. The word we get is
that a two-ounce bottle is
selling for 1l2.95.
Here was an idea which
would have net us millions
which came before we were
ready.
Just think what an opera-
Stion we could have had if we
had just thought of bottling the
mud in the bottom of Lake
Wimico for a beauty pack? The
raw ingredient would have been
inexhaustible and the results
would probably have been just
S as good.





Recipesfor G
IN THE SUMMER MONTHS we thi
can usually count on using some filler
material here at The Star to fill up the de
S paper some weeks. In the summer lad
S months, the news isn't quite so plentiful
as it is during the fall, winter and spring
months. All the organizations disorgan-
ize for the summer, people go on
vacation and aren't very active locally
and all of us here at The Star get the
spring fever for most of the months.
So, during the summer months, the
. columns lie empty of anything to fill
them up with. What do I do? I can't
make news, you know. The only other
alternative is to look at some of the
. "filler material" we get in the mail
each and every week.
i - To a large degree, this means
, running recipes to fill spaces with. inj
That isn't being as desperate as you wc
S might think it would be. The ladies like pa:
.-the recipes. There have been times th
I when we have had more comment on a gel
<: i'recipe which was printed in these pages fo
' than we have received on some serious to
A, subject matter. I have had ladies call n'
:up here and want us to look up a recipe
.- for some dish "you had in the paper


Ends On



Question


way, Bay County had the game
without the name.
We were afraid this would be the
maneuver here in Gulf County-when
the nude dancing issue first came
up. Bay County may chase it out of
the county ... right over here into
Gulf County where it would still be
handy.
It was interesting to us to note
that of the four or five counties
which expressed an interest in
adopting such an ordinance, only
one had any trouble getting it
approved. Bay County felt it had to
go the route of the referendum and
the remaining counties: Gulf, Leon,
Jefferson, Walton and Santa Rosa,
adopted the ordinance with no
problems.
We're happy that Bay County
refused to allow those who would
further erode the, family entertain-
ment reputation of this area with
their greed for a buck, by rejecting
the attempt to make such perform-
ances legal and approved.
.. .. Officially

Officially
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It seems as of late that
everything I see or "hear
reminds me of the moving
Academy Award winning
movie, "On Golden Pond."
The movie, if you .;_n't see it,
was about an elderly couple
who lived on, well, Golden
Pond. That was the name of
the lake. The man had some
problems with people adjust-
ing to him and his age. In the
words of Roger Dangerfield,
"He didn't get no respect."
There's a lesson in that
movie for all of us. The lesson
is that we are all going to grow
old and be faced with some of
the same problems. For most
of us, there will be a lot more
serious, and many more prob-
lems" than depicted in the'
movie. Some of us won't have
any, because we'll be dead.
Death is a sure problem
solver: .
The movie has raised a
"danger" flag in my mind. I
am' currently laying the
groundwork for my retire-
ment. My plan is called, "On
Silver Bay," and, so far, is
working out wonderfully well.
'The title change was neces-
sary, because we will be
retiring here (we hope) on St.
Joseph's Bay. The plan goes
like this.
I will change my name.


Shave all fought the impulse to say, When my children are all
"Isn't it hot!" when all along we twenty-one, I will change my
t ws oy s g he n t last name (and my wife's).
kew it was only spring herein the This will free me from any
Panhandle. Spring is advertised as a
delightful, balmy time of the year
when' everyone :is comfortable and
enjoying the warm (not hot) days' Curriculum
which spell an end to winter's blasts.
It doesn't usually work out that Needs Its
way here in north Florida. With a Cultu
name like our state has and the Culure
Reputation the state has for sunshine Dear Sir:
and warm temperature, it just had Public speaking is not my
.to turn off hot here in the 'part of "Cup of Tea". In fact; "when I
Florida, wch ctins tha arden stand up my speech sits
of Edoirnlbcaus-the ation-wide - o Iis'im yi, Ior
sai ' me to pu cMy-th.~ wn
advertising said 'it" as so.' on paper. Thank yoiifor the
'Sunday, the sun passed that opportunity to writs letters to
certain spot in the heavens, and, lo the editor.
and behold, it was summer here in The music program in our
the northern hemisphere. Summer schtwlsystem two hih sceh
.came to us at the same time as in our county. This is upsetting
winter began to encroach on the to many people, who for the
Falkland Islands, which has become past ten years, have seen,
so common a name with us recently. "slow.but sure", progress in
Summer time in Florida, espe- the music program in Port St.
Joe High School. Last school
cially north Florida, has' become term the program' began
synonymous with vacation, lazy branching out into the ele-
days, tourists and relaxation. When mentary schools and really
you get one of these bona-fide north began: to "mushroom" be-
Florida mid-July early August cause of the participation of
FloraMid-Jyu many children in 'K-Sixth
days surrounding you, there's rot grades.
much else you can do. Many students are not privi-
In some places, summer might ledged to play in the band, but
just get warm, or balmy, or sunny, if they have been blessed with
or dry. Here in the Panhandle of the gift.of speech, most.of
them can'be trained to sing.
Florida, summer gets hot, so we the cultural traditions can
might as well just sit back and then be handed down from
expect it to come along any day now. generation to generation.


obligation to the children,
such as keeping kids, loaning
them money, getting them out
of jail and most of all, having
to put up with that "lip" and


not being able to physically do
anything about it. Visits will
not be allowed, except on
special occasions.
I will hire a bodyguard. A


Sisal Palm Tries to Hide Its Large, Colorful bloom
When--was-achild-Mama-aroud--hefirepace. -ome o


When I was a child, Mama . around the fireplace. Some of
would build a fire in the thesongsshesangwereabout


( LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ...

fireplace and Aunt Minnie "Billy Boy", "She'l Be
would sing to us as we sat Comin' Around the Moun-


fund is set aside for a
part-time bodyguard to ac-.
company me to public places.
When young smart-alecs-,of-
fend me, I will simply point to
them and say, ,"Kill", and
they will be dealt with accord-
ingly. His instructions will be
to beat them "until their
mama won't recognize them."
A strong reputation is sure to
precede me before too long.
A "homing" device will be
purchased. This unique little
number will not allow me to
become lost and disoriented.
If I forget where I am, I


tain", "Old Shep the Dog",
and "Your Sweetheart Waits
for You, Jack", etc. Some of
the lyrics I have forgotten, but
the memory and nostalgia are
still with me.
Music is an international
language most of us can
speak, and is an integral part


simply turn it on, walk in the
direction the beeps are the
loudest, and there I am-
home. The idea of spending
the night in the woods three
blocks from home is not too
exciting to me.
There are many other ideas
I have for retirement. Thanks
to the movie, I have tnie to
prepare, in detail, my defense
for this vulnerable time in my
life. If you by chance happen
to visit the Phantry's during
my retirement, be sure you
identify yourself, or I may pull
the switch on the trap door.


of our culture. Music gives a
positive attitude, enthusiasm
and motivation. The right kind
of music can calm the restless
and bring hope to those who
might be without hope. We
believe music will also help
keep discipline problems at 'a
(Continued on Page Three)


od Dishes Fill Corner In the Kitchen and Part of Star's Pages


ree or four months ago".
I can't find a recipe from that
scription, but you get the drift .... the
lies find the recipes interesting.
They especially find them interest-


in a corner in our kitchen at home. As a
matter of fact, there are so many
recipes at home in the corner. in the
kitchen that we are going to have to
come up with a "recipe annex" in our


return home without when we go
visiting anywhere. We'll always come
home with a plant or two and some
recipes.
There are recipes in the corner of


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ETAOIN SHRDLU

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g if the dish described sounds as if it
uld be good. All the recipes have to
ss my gastronomic scrutiny and if
ey don't sound good to me, they don't'
t in the paper. Since I am especially
Id of most everything which happens
be. fattening, they will' have a
vorful taste.

SOME OF THESE recipes wind up


house. There are now too many recipes
for the corner devoted to that purpose
in the kitchen. About two years ago, the
kitchen had to be enlarged because we
had no place to keep the recipes.
Frenchie collects recipes. When
someone comes to visit, or we go to visit
somebody, the question always comes
up, "Do you have any new recipes?"
There are two things we never


our kitchen to guide 'you in cooking
anything from baked Alaska to pickled
chittlins.
If June Ann Pillsbury has put out a
cookbook, we have it in our kitchen. We
have the Wewa cook book, the Apalach
cook book, Mema's cook book, the
Georgia cook book, seafood cook books,
and on and on and on. If you want to
cook it, we have a recipe for it


somewhere..
If Frenchie were to make a deal
with God for him to let us live long
enough for her to try out each of her
recipes at least once in her lifetime, we
could depend on staying on this earth
well into the 21st Century.
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ONE OF THE SUBJECTS in our
recipe collection are recipes of differ-
ent ways to fix squash.
As you know; this was the year of
the squash here in Gulf County.
.Everyone who planted a squash plant
or two, no matter what the variety, had
a bumper harvest to devour, give away
to their friends, can, show off, and
throw away.
The squash were plentiful this year.
As a result we have had relatives,
friends, acquaintances and a few
enemies keep our house well supplied in
squash this year. There have been
acron squash, yellow squash, zuchinnis,
cashaws, summer squash and a few
varieties I didn't know the name of.
Frenchie came to the occasion. She
just went to the cook book bank, much
as a business person would go to the


computer bank. There she pulled out a
book or two, glanced through a few
clippings from newspapers and maga-
zines, flipped through a portion of her
file of 3 X 5 cards, looked at a couple of
old envelopes with a recipe written on
the back.
As a result of this study, we have
had squash boiled, fried, smothered,
in casseroles, broiled, baked, stuffed,
used as a stuffing, raw, pickled,
steamed and even sauted. We've had
squash every way but barbecued and
the only reason we haven't had them
barbecued was because we didn't have
a recipe.
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SO, IF YOU EVER come to our
house,-I want to warn you that a sure
way for you to be welcome is to ring the
doorbell and when the door is answer-
ed, just stick your hand inside and say,
"Here's a good recipe I know you'll
like".
This is guaranteed to get you inside
and once in we might sit you down in the
good chair right under the air condi-
tioner vent and offer you an Oreo and a
glass of frozen lemonade.


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SWSf- Frenchl L Ramsey ....
Shirley K. Ramsey .....
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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.


June 24
June 25
June 26
June27
June 28
June 29
June 30
July 1


High Ht. Low Ht
1413 1.9 14 -.4
1457 1.6 103 -.2
1533 1.4 135 .0
1551 1.1 148 .2
1137 .9 109 .4
2357 .5
924 1.0 2000 .4
712 1.2 1927 .2
923 1.4 1949 .1


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. JUNE 24, 1982


(Continued from Page One)


the metal building because we can get
more area for the money involved".
The county agreed to abide by the
wishes of the group, even though their
architect, Charles Arthur Gaskin, had
suggested a masonry building as a
more satisfactory structure with less
."maintenance.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other other business matters, the
Commission: .
-Heard a report from Roy Smith of
Hannon Insurance Agency that the
county workman's compensation policy
w would need an addition premium paid
Sin for this year. Smith said the audit on
the policy showed salaries were more


than the figure furnished for bidding on
the policy, claim experience had been
extremely high and a wage increase
had made the estimated salaries figure
in the policy lower than actual
experience. The county took the
matter, which would cost the county an
additional. $11,000, under study until
their next meeting. .
-The Commission agreed to pur-
chase a new radio system for the St. Joe
Squad of the ambulance squad to
replace an old and now undependable
system. The system was ordered.
purchased from Motorola at a price of
$12,500.
--Received a report from Doug
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Kent that 6.000 pounds of cheese had
been distributed in Gulf County last
week. Kent said he still had 3,600
pounds on hand, "which would be
distributed this week.
-Agreed to continue to oppose the
state's method of seeking payment for
medicaid medical claims for .county
indigents. The county opposes the
system because it does not allow the
county input into who gets care or
where. Gulf County has 'joined other
area small counties in opposing the
system. Gulf is now charged with
$76,195.12 for the medical care, which
the state has said it would deduct from
state revenue sources to the county if
not paid.


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Wins Pri
Mrs. Joyce Moore, manage
Touch, presents Jim Doster


. School Bo

From Stat
Effective July 1, 1982, Go-
vernor Bob Graham approved
the.expenditure of $50,467 for
new construction as well as
$80,748 for the renovationriand
Maintenance of existing facili-

CAPTAIN'S
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Boulevard with a certificate designating him
[ze as the winner of a free 12X12 carpet from the
er of Finishing Finishing Touch at their grand opening in a
of 1310 Palm, new location last week end. -Star photo


ard Receives Sum

e for Building Needs
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ties in the Gulf County School
System. Gulf. County schools
will also benefit from the
$2,700,000 set aside for energy
conservation, grants which
will allow school' officials


to make buildings'more
energy efficient.
Governor Graham said,
"Thanks to this "continuing:
investment in' our future,
Florida students can count on
new and improved facilities to
develop their talents to'the
fullest in a superior learning
environment."


k) IThe .Lincoln Penny: was
first issued by the Phila-
delphia mint in 1909. It
N � replaced the Indian-head
Spenny which had been in
circulation" for 507 years.


Trial
(Continued from Page One)
contest to possession of deer
during the closed season,
testified that he had killed
three gators early'in May.
Two of these gators were sold
to state agents. McDaniel
admitted to being involved in
selling alligator meat on three
different occasions and also.
with selling an alligator hide,
However, he denied involve-
ment with the other charges
pending against him.
There were still several
other witnesses to be heard
from Wednesday, as The-Star
went to press. -'


Letter
(Continued from Page Two)
minimum.
We feel priorities must be
studied to see if this program
can be,continued as it is now.
We would like to see this
program continue to grow and
enrich our children and our
community.
'Thank you.
Velma Pippin

Lt. Reinann
Completes Study
Navy Lt. Paul K. Reimann,
whose wife, Kerry, 'is the
daughter of Tom and Penny
Stevenson . of Wewahitchka,
was graduated from i the
Navy's Aviation Indoctrina-
tion Course (AIC).
During the four-week course
at. the Naval Air. Station;
Pensacolat,,. trainees studied
basic aerodynamics; aviation
physiology and engineering.
They also studied land and sea
survival techniques and parti-
cipated in-an extensive physi-
cal fitness curriculum.
AIC is the first step in the
Naval flight training program
leading 'to designation as a
naval aviator.


We're Exploding A Fireworks of Big Savinsgs Duiring This Holiday Season: Beginning Thursday, June 24th!
Spectacular buys all over the store on all summer merchandise. The Sale you've waited for is here! We declare It'll be a-blast!


E Entire Stock

Summer


Dresses

;. 20%,%


S50% o.
Sun dresses and recent ar-
rivals included. Misses,
\ juniors and half sizes.


Phone 227-1796 222 Reid Ave.


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Motorists Should


Watch for Kids:


School bells which have
rung for the last time signal-
ing the end of the 1981-82
school year should serve as a
warning to both motorists and
parents to show extra concern
for the more than I12 million
fun-loving Florida youngsters
who are out of school for the
summer said the Florida
Highway Patrol recently.
Pedestrian' fatalities in-
creased by two percent during
the first four months of 1982
over the same period in 1981.
The number of pedestrians
killed during this period in
1982 was 299 compared to 294
in the first four months of 1981.
Bicycle deaths have de-
creased slightly by two per-
cent during the first four
months of 1982. There were 53
deaths in bicycle accidents
from January through April
last'year and there have been
52 bicyclists killed during the
first four months of 1982.
These figures include mopeds
which are classified as bicy-
cles.
Florida Highway Patrol di-
rector, Colonel Eldrige Beach
cautions all motorists to be
especially alert and yield the
right-of-way to pedestrians
and bicycles, even if the
pedestrian or bicyclist is
walking or riding his or her
bicycle improperly. "Young-
sters will be in places that
were deserted only a month

4;000 Meter

Run July 4
A 4,000 meter run will be
held on July 4 at 7:00 PM at
the Panama City Marina
(Registration 6:00 PM). Entry
fee "is $4 ($3.50 to PRC
members).
Trophies will be awarded to
overall and first place age
division winners; ribbons to
2nd and 3rd place winners in
each age division. T-shirts to
all runners.
This event is organized by
Panhandle Runners and
Mountain Dew. For informa-
Stion call 265-9648.


ago," Beach warned.
' .. " ' . . "
Colonel Beach concluded by.
saying, "While the- motorist
has a responsibility:, r..:the
safety of th child- inm the'
street, parents .;hai-e'. this
responsibility" to teach' their
children good'safety habits
and instill in them that they
should not usethe streets and
highways asplay� au7 i ds:" .
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Entire Stock Keds


S10%1t33%0 Off
Slip-on - Lace-Up - Low Top
Men's, Women's and Children's
, , ' .


i" ALL SANDALS

'0% off
Styles for men, women and
children. Many styles and col-
ors to choose from


Entire Stock Ladies'
Summer Dress Shoes

1/3 Off
White, Bone, Multi, Navy,
'Black. Labels and quality you'll
love comfort and value.


Children's
Shorts, Short Sets, Knit Tops
Sizes 2-14, , %
labeled gardments
of quality; fashion. 20% off

Misses
fJr. ShortsTops, Short Sets
15% to25% off


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Swim Wea


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Best Selection!


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CHURCH OF GOD

"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
. Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAYSCHOOL ...... 10:00 A.I
- MORNING WORSHIP ... 11 00A.I
EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00 P I
WEDNESDAY EVENING . 7:00 P.I
Pastor - Ira J. Nichols


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REFINISHING SHOPPE

1313 Long Avenue * .Phone 229-6374

Call and Talk tofUs About Get-

ting Your Furniture` Refinished
to Look Like New. We Buy and
.SI IeRrl U Furniture.


SPECIAL ON PIANOS - 29995
(This Price Good Through August 1st)

SPECIALIZING IN

SBedroom Suites

D inning Room Suites:'

*Chiffarobes

* Tables

* Wicker

* Cedar Chest

DISCOUNT PRICES ON REFINISHING FOR SENIOR CITIZENS


0 AUTO PARTS

i5 Port St. Joe 401 Williams Ave.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1982


Floods, One of Hurricane's Worst Results


and provdidinigdisaster relief
to flood victims. Compounding
theproblem, the public could'
not buy flood coverage from
insurance companies, and
building techniques to. reduce
flood damage to new construc--
tioir were often overlooked.
In the face of mounting flood.
losses, Congress created the
National Flood Insurance Pro-:
gram to reduce annual flood
losses through more careful
planning and to provide pro-
perty owners with affordable
flood protection. The program
is administered by the Fede-
ral Insurance Administration
of the Federal Emergency
Management Agency.
For an individual to pur-
chase flood insurance, his ord
her community must partici-


pate in the program. To do this
a community carries out local
flood plain management.mea-
sures to protect lives and new
construction -from future
flooding. In exchange for such
protective measures, property,
owners in the area can buy
flood insurance at reasonable


cost.
Any owner of property, and
that includes a building.or its
contents, located.in a partici-
pating community can pur-
chase flood insurance. Under
the program, tenants may
also insure their personal
property against loss.


Once a community qualifies or. broker licensed to do.
and has joined the program, a business in the state where the
policy may be purchased from.
any property insurance agent property is located.


HIGHLAND VIEW

METHODIST CHURCH

Corner 4th & Parker Ave.:
Invites Ybu to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .'.. ... .. .,. .... : 10 :OA.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ....... .. 11 00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .. . . ... .. 6:00 PM.
WEDNESDAY .....:........,;.. 7:30 Prayer Meetings
N ursery Provided


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TAFLINGER PAINTING
(Interior and Exterror)
Pressure Cleaning for Grime and Mildew .
ALSO COOL SEALING MOBILE HOME ROOFS
WILL COOL MOBILE HOMES15-20%. :
FOR FREE ESTIMATE E
Call 229-8977


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 24. 1982


Weatherization Grant


New Danley Manager


William (Bill).Franklin,-36, shown above
right, is being handed :the keys to Danley
^ Furniture Company' here In Port St. Joe by
-manager John Wallace. Wallace'has been
transferred by the Danley ffrm to its, parent
store in Opp, Alabama anLFianklin is taking
over the management of the Port St. Joe
store.
Franklin is a native of Opp, Alabama, and



Appreciation

for Honest Fc


A sincere thank-you to Dr
-E. M. VizcaiTa, his wife
Smother, and family. ;
During a recent visit to the
Port St. Joe area, I sufferedc
the misfortune of losing
travel .bag containing ovei
S $2,000 in cash cameras, an(
accessories, not to mention
several photos of my father
and my. identification cards.
Dr. Vizearra's wife and
mother found *the bag and
immediately initiated ..efforts
to locate he owner. I met Dr
Vizcarra only hours after
losing the bag and bI would
,' accept only a handshake ir
S reward. He stated, "I'm only

'blTTUAR"Y:":

Rites Thursday

for Ruby Martin
Mrs. Ruby Martin, of East
Rainelle,, West Virginia,
passed away Monday night at
Bossier City, Louisiana.
Mrs. Martin was the sister
of David Ruckman. She had
spent several winters in Port
St. Joe, and attended the First
Methodist Church.
.:Funeral ;services will be
held at Wallace Funeral Home
* in East. Rainelle, West. Vir-
ginia, on Thursday,Jime 24, at
11:00 a.m.


C GOOD .
SEASONS
to see your good
neighbor agent









CAR * HOME
LIFE * HEALTH

BILL WOOD
411 Reid Ave.
229-6514 or 229-6103
Like a good neighbor,
State Form is there.




STATE FARM
IHo SURFACE COMPANIES
Home Ofice: Eloolleeto.. fUBIas


has been in the Danley organization for two
years in Dothan, Alabama and more recently,
in Pensacola. Prior to coming with Danley, he
was with the Rhodes Furniture organization
for many years.
The new Danley manager attended the
University of Alabama and graduated from
Troy State University. -ar photo
--Star photo


happy to return the items to
their owner." Thank you
.again, sir, Port St. Joe should
be proud to know that honesty,
and the spirit of brotherhood
are alive and well.
With heartfelt appreciation,
R. L. Creamer, Jr.
Captain, U.S.M.C.
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Summer
Summer band- classes wil
resume Tuesday, June 29, at
Port St. Joe Elementary
School's cafeteria, beginning
at- 8:00 a.m. All "summer-
:band" students are urged to
participate in such activities.
All summer sunrmer classes
offered by the Port St. Joe
Junior-Senior HiglrSchool are
being held at the Port St. Joe

Ladies' Aukiliary


The Ladies Auxiliary Post
No. 10069 met for a regular
meeting on June 8th with
Maxine M. Robinson presid-
ing.,
Plans ..emadema. for a-.
conce'ssibn stand at the City
Park from 3:00 P.M. to 9;00
P.M. on July 4th. The drawing
for a $100.00 Bond will' be just
before the City Fireworks
begin.
Members, bring your ticket
stubs to the meeting tonight,
June 24th, at 7:30 P.M. at the
Florida Power Lounge, or call
Mary L. Yates, 229-6894.


SSaturday at

.H.V. Church
the Highland View Church
of w"'G l-ill 'have an old'
fashioned Gospel Sing on
Saturday, June 26th, at 7:00
p.m. Special singing will be
presented' by the Corbin
family from Chipley. All local
singers are invited to come
and participate. Everyone is
cordially invited to come and
enjoy this time of singing.
The Church will also spon-
sor a Bake Sale on Saturday,
June 26th, in front of Bill's
Dollar Store. All proceeds will
go to the Church.

CARD OF THANKS
During a. time like this we
learn how much our friends
really mean. We also learn in
a time of sickness how much a
special doctor like Dr. Shirley
Simpson means to us. We
would like to thank her and the
nurses on staff. During the
time we lost our loved one,
your expressions of sympathy
will always be treasured.
God Bless You All.
The family of the
late Harvey Hudgins


CARD OF THANKS
I wish to extend a special
thanks to my friends for their
visits, cards, and flowers
during my recent hospital
stay. Thank you also to the
hospital staff, and especially
the nurses who were so
considerate.
Thanks to the Gulf County
Volunteer Ambulance Squad,
and to the County which
supports this unit.
Seek Singletary

NOTE OF THANKS
Thank you to everyone for
their visits, phone calls, flow-
ers,' offers for help, and
prayers. All of this meant so
much to me and my family at
a time like this.
Edgar Smith


TRY US FIRST!
WE HAVE HARD TO GET PARTS FOR BOATS. LAWN AND
GARDEN EQUIPMENT. TRACTORS. MOTORCYCLES. TRUCKS
I - AND AUTOMOBILES AVAILABLE DAILY FROM OUR-NAPA
DISTRIBUTION CENTER

S. J Auto Parts Gold Hat Auto Parts
201 Long Avenue Highway 71
Port St. Joe, Fla. Wewahilchka, Florida
229.8222 639-5711 *


The Gulf County Com-
munity Development Corpora-
tion was, awarded a grant
through the Department of
Veterans Affairs under HRS to
weatherize homes- in Gulf
County. The organization ad-
ministering the program is
nonprofit, service oriented,
and established for the sole
purpose of improving the
community by working with
local, state, and federal agen-
cies.


Who Will Benefit?
This program is especially i
designed to aid the needy,
disabled, and elderly. A fami-
ly whose income falls within
poverty guidelines, a family
with children who are recipi-
ents of AFDC, and others who j
fall into either category above

E.M.T.
Refresher Course
Anyone interested in an
EMT refresher course
should meet at the Gulf
County Ambulance Squad
building on Thursday, June
24 at 7:00 p.m.




'Band
Elementary School site.


Whtfield Family

Reunion Sat.
The 31st Whitfield Family
Reunion will be held Saturday,
June 26, beginning at 10:00
a.m., CT, in the air-condition-
ed Community Center in
Wewahitchka.
There will be door prizes,-
entertainment, and music.'
Bring your friends and a
well-filled picnic basket.

Revival to Beginf

At Smith AO.IL
Evangelist Darrell Johnson
will be conducting a Holy
Ghost Deliverance Revival
starting Monday, June 28 at
Smith Chapel A.O.H. Church.
Services will begin at 7:00
p.m. nightly.
Everyone is cordially in-
vited to come out and be a part
of the services.



s Program


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



HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
SUNDAY SCHOOL '. . ....... . . ...... .9:45 A M.
WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00A.M. & 730 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ..'.... . 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7-30 P.M.
Nursery Provided BRO. JERRY REGISTER




"Cool It with

George"


Air Conditioning


and Refrigeration

RESIDENTIALAND. '
COMMERCIAL
SALES -SERVICE
INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

Now Adding

Electric Motor Rewinding
,Fractional H.P. thru 3. H.P.
Single Phase ot Three Phase


George Thomas Company
Phone 229-6394 or 648.8952
310 Wllliams Ave. PortSt. Joe, Fl.


are eligible to participate.
What is Weatherization?
Weatherization is a federal-
ly funded home maintenance
program designed to aid in
energy conservation. Workers
are hired to repair homes that
can be made airtight. The idea
is to stop the flow of air from
within or without to the extent
that fuel cost is affected. The
homes considered for repair
must be sound enough that
upon completion their energy


consumption will
it was before. Not
repair can be d(
basic things such
underskirting, rei
low panes, some
minor roof leak
points, and repair


be less than
t all types of
one, but the
as caulking,
placing win-
e insulation,
s, stripping
ng doors are


permissable.
How to Apply
There is no financial obliga-
tion on the part of the
applicant; however, each ap-
plicant must be able to show
proof of income, and proof of
home ownership or agreement
with landlord for work on said
dwelling.
In order to make application
for a home to be weatherized,
send a letter of request for
necessary forms to: Mrs.
Emogene Hopps, President,
Gulf County Development
Corporation, Post Office Box
785, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456. Or call in Port St. Joe,
Mrs. Hopps, 229-8707; or in
Wewahitchka, Mr. Bostick,
639-5653.


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TonyaL


Michael
. Tonya Denise Allen and
S George Michael Knox were
united in marriage at 2:00
p.m. on May 29 at the First
United Methodist Church of
Port St. Joe, with the Rev.
S Jimmy Spikes officiating.
The bride, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick H. Allen,
graduated from Port St. Joe
- 'High School, Jones College,
and is presently employed
with the Gulf County Clerk's
i Office.
The groom, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas H. Knox,
graduated from Port St. Joe
. High School and is presently
'" "" employed with Sylvachem,
Inc.
. The bride's maternal grand-
parents are Mrs. Lois Tharpe
and the late Roy C. Tharpe of
Port St. Joe. Her paternal
S grandparents are Mrs. True
S Allen and the late Adrian E.
S Allen of Cleburn, Texas. The
groom's maternal grand-
Y parents are Mrs. Nan Burley
and the late William C.
:Robertson of Toccoa, Georgia.
"His paternal grandparents are
' Mrs. Eula Knox and the late
:William L. Knox of Martin,
:Georgia.
SThe bride, escorted to the
Saltar by her father, chose a
traditional long white gown of
: r hiffon over satin with a high
Sneck of Belgium lace. The
Sblouson bodice of chiffon
Featured a square yoke of
SBelgium lace with accents of
;?.seed pearls. The same fea-
u hres were on the cuffs of the
Bishop sleeves. The cummber-
L: bund waistline was com-
Splemented by a soft chiffon
'- rosette with streamers falling
S into the chapel length train.
' Framing the skirt and train
Swas wide Belgium lace, satin
' ribbon and rosettes. Crowning
S:; the bride 4as a portrait bridal
hat covered with Belgium lace
With accents of seed pearls.
' She carried a bride's Bible
. with a cascade of white
' " rosebuds interspersed with
White satin ribbon that fell into
Streamers and accented by
B"Seed pearls. -
SMs. N-anc yKox, sister of
. the groom, served as maid of
i honor, Mrs. Cherry Crum,
' '.served as matron of honor.
i-. Bridesmaids were Ms. Laurie


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Allen, sister-in-law of the
bride, Ms. Mary Margaret
Bray, and Mrs. Paula Gaskin.
They were adorned in beauti-
ful yellow polyester crepe
floor length gowns, and car-
ried nosegays of yellow rose-


a corsage of yellow and white
rosebuds accented by a ,each
ribbon. The groom's mother
chose a powder blue floor
length crepe dress with a
blouson bodice of lace, and
wore a corsage of yellow and


white rosebuds accented by
blue ribbon. Mrs. True Allen,
paternal grandmother of the
bride, chose a floor length teal
blue dress of polyester crepe
with a matching jacket. Her
maternal grandmother, Mrs.
Lois Tharpe, chose a crepe
floor length mauve dress with
matching jacket. Both grand-
mothers were adorned with
corsages of white daisies.
Immediately following the
ceremony the bride's parents
entertained the guests with a
reception in the church fellow-
ship 'hall.


Weight Control Program Scheduled


for July 15 at Guidance Clinic


O W S Edwin R. Ailes, Executive time.'
o w s Director of the Gulf County,
Guidance Clinic, Inc. has The p
Following a trip to Nash- announced ,that. the Clinie's Weight
ville, Tennessee, the couple -next Weight Control Program to assist
will reside at St. Joe Beach. has been scheduled or Thurs- behavic
Those attending the wed- day, July 15. The time for the aspects
ding from out of town were: . program will be from 3:00 weight
Mr. and Mrs. Colin Tharpe, of p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Eastern interest
Pensacola; Mr. and Mrs. -time. These sessions will be weight
Steve Belin, of Houston, held every Thursday at this contact
Texas; Mr. Dale Shumote,
Pensacola; Mr. and Mrs. Kim
Davis, McGee, Arkansas; Jus- Th.rpe, B ryan
tice and Mrs. James Adkins,
Tallahassee: Ms. Connie
Knox, Pensacola; Mr. Gert Mr. and Mrs. Charles G.,
Rudel, Pensacola: Mr. and Tharpe, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Clyde Cash, Atlanta, Ernest C. Bryan, Jr. are
Ga.; Mrs. Dwight Etheridge, pleased. to unfold the final
Abbeville, Alabama: Mrs. marriage plans of Stacey
Ethel McCoy, Abbeville, Ala.; Lynn Tharpe and Ernest
and Mrs. True Allen, Cleburn, Council Bryan, III, both of
Texas. Port St. Joe.
Parties honoring the couple This joyful event will take
were as follows: place at the First United
A lingerie party was given Methodist Church of Port St.
by Mrs. Paula Gaskin and Joe, on June 26 at 5:00 p.m.,
Mrs. Janice Tankersley at the EST. Everyone is cordially
home of Mrs. Debbie Tankers- invited to witness the cere-
ley March 29th. mony, and join them at the. :
A miscellaneous shower was reception following in the'
given by the Gulf County church fellowship hall.
Clerk's Office honoring the
bride on May 7th. Final Plans
The First United Methodist I S ..
Church Adult Choir honored
the couple with a covered dish To f
dinner and gadget shower at I .
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Ramsey on May 12. H eak
The ladies of the First H eacoc-
United Methodist Church hon-
ored the bride with a church Mr. and Mrs. Robert C.
shower on May 22. Heacock wish to announce
The home of Mrs. Brenda final plans for the wedding of
Butler was the setting for a their daughter, Lori, to Joseph
pool side luncheon honoring Harry Moore, Jr., son of Mr..
the bride and her attendants. and Mrs. Joseph Harry
Hostesses were Mrs. Brenda Moore, Sr' of Loganville,
Butler and Mrs. Margaret Georgia.
Adams. The wedding will take place
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. on Saturday, June 26th, at 8:00
Knox, parents of the groom, P.M. at the First Baptist
entertained the wedding party Church in Port St. Joe. A
and out-of-town guests with a reception will follow immedi-
dinner following the rehearsal, ately after the ceremony 'in
at the St. Joseph Bay Country the fellowship hall. All friends
Clu5 and relatives are invited to
attend.


buds and white daisies. Ms.
Kayce Knox, niece of the
groom, served as the flower
girl.
The ringbearer was Adam
Griffin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Griffin.
William Thomas Knox, bro-
ther of the groom, served as
best man. Groomsmen -were
Gregg Knox, brother of the
groom; Steve Belin, brother-
in-law of the groom; Mike
Allen, brother of the bride;
and Steve Adams.,Ushers for
the ceremony were John
Owens and Chuck Tharpe.
Ms. Ann Aldridge was the
organist, playing traditional
music during the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaskin
sang "Looking Through the
Eyes of Love", "Endless
Love", and "The Wedding
Song..". . . , , . ., ...
The bride's mother chose'a
peach floor length dress of
polyester crepe for her
daughter's wedding and wore


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Wed June 25
Mr. and Mrs. James C.
Haddock have announced the
final wedding plans of their
daughter, Cynthia Elaine, to
John Brady Roney, son of Olen
Patrick Roney of St. Joe
Beach.
The wedding will be at the
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church on Friday, June 25th
at 6 o'clock.'All friends and
relatives are invited to attend.


purposes of the Clinic's
Control Program's are
st individuals in the
iral and psychological
of weight loss and
management. Anyone
ed in this or other
controlprograms must
Mr; Ailes at the Gulf


final Plans


County Guidance Clinic by calling 227-1145.


irt Uniled I'lelo/1Ajl CAurc
Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ....................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ...................... 11:00A.M.
EVENINGWORSHIP ....................... 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6:30P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........... 7:30 P.M.


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Phone 227-1862


Cynthia Therese Medlin


Engaged


Mrs. Cora Sue Robinson of
Port St. Joe is proud to
announce the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of her
daughter, Cynthia Therese
Medlin, to Dennis Floyd Ake,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Charles Ake of Wewahitchka
Cyndi graduated from Port
St. Joe High School in 1976.
She attended two years of
Bible College in St. Paul,
Minn. Cyndi is employed as an
agent for Liberty Life Insur-


ance Corfipany.
Her fiance graduated from
Wewahitchka High School in
1973. He is employed with the
Gulf County Sheriff's De-
partment.
The wedding is planned for
July 22nd, at 6:00 P.M. at the
First United Methodist
Church in Port St. Joe. All
friends and relatives are
invited to attend. A reception
will follow in the Church
Fellowship Hall.


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THE STAR Pnrt St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1982


PACF. SEVEN


A new film series featuring
family expert James C. Dob-.
son, Ph.D. will be shown at the
: Beach Baptist Chapel starting
Juiie.29 at.7:30E.D.T. Entitled
."Focus on the Family," the
series presents seven of Dob-
Sson's most popular presenta-
Stions, all of which were filmed.
live at family life seminars.
Titles of the films are: "The
Strong-Willed Child"';-"Shap-
ing the Will Without Beaking
tihe Spirit", -"Christian Fa-
Sthering"; "Preparing for Ado-.
lescence", Part 1: The origins
of Self-Doubt, and Part 2:
Peer Pressure and Sexuality;
"What Wives Wish 'Their
Husbands Knew". About
Women", Part 1' The Lonely
Housewife, and Pait 2: :Mon-
ey, Sex and Children.


James C. Dobson, Ph.D. is
Associate Clinical Professor
of Pediatrics at the University
of Southern California School
Sof Medicine. He is a licensed
psychologist in the State of
California, a husband, father,
and author of several best-
selling books including:
"Dare to Discipline" (over
one. :million- copies sold),
"Hide Or Seek", "What Wives
Wish Their .Husbands Knew
About Women", "The Strong-
Willed Child", and his latest
book entitled "Preparing for
Adolescence". He also speaks
on a radio series "Focus on
the Family,?' which is syndi-
cated to 134 stations.
Everyone is 'invited. The
series will be shown for seven
weeks. For more information,
call 648-5026 or 227-1723.


Lenora Gant Get

Superior Rating
Mrs. Lenora Peters Gant Sr., 154 Avenue F, Port
has been selected by school Joe. She is married to
officials and awarded the Raymond C. Gant, who
i Sustained Supeiibor'Work Per- stationed with th USAF.Mi<
formance Certificate for the cal Corps in Europe.
school year 1981-82. Mrs. Gant
is a Career Education Busi-
ness Educator with the Dept.
.of Defense Schools at RAF
Upper Heyford, England.
Prior to this award, in 1980, ..
Mrs. Gant received a Superior 3..
, evaluation as an educational
Specialist while stationed with
her husband in. Okinawa,
: Japan. As an innovative edu-
* cator, she organized and im- -
plemented several enrich-
ment programs, one to include
: the very first Career Day for
all students in grades six, Miss Pinkie Vonice.Bolde
seven and eight. ,-, * .'
Mrs. Gant is a graduate of Graduates fro
S George Washington High
School in Port St. Joe. She Haney Vo- Tec
Received her B.S. degree from
FAMU in Tallahassee; M.A. Miss Pinkie Vonjce Bold
from George Peabody. Col- graduated from Haney Vo
lege, Vanderbilt University in tional Technical Center of i
Nashville, Tn.; and has com- County, Florida on June 2
pleted additional' graduate Miss Bolden received
work at University of Tennes- certification for General
see and Hampton Institute. - fice'lerk. She is the daugh
." Mrsi. Gant is the daughter of 1.of ii. and Mrs. Edward
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Peteis, Bolden of Port St. Joe.
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:Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE
MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music and Youth


BIBLE STUDY ..... .... ..... .. ......
MORNING WORSHIP . .:. . .,,.. ..
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EVENING WORSHIP . ............ .
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Gaynell Stephens Gets Scholarship


Focus On Family


Films At Beach


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dent for admissions services.
The Leadership Award, part
of a new scholarship program
at Livingston University, was
awarded to Miss Stephens for


her outstanding contributions
in high school. Miss Stephens
was the President of National
Honor Society, 1981-82 Home-
coming Queen, and a member
of the Society of Distinguished


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Marion Gaynell Stephens, a
graduate of Port St. Joe
Junior-Senior High School,
has been chosen to receive a
Leadership Award from Liv-
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Miss Stephens plans to
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in the fall of 1982.


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Beauty and Fashion
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Phone 229-8153

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Engaged L


Alice and Tina Machen are
happy to announce the en-
gagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter
: and sister, Karen, to Dale
S Borden.
Karen is the daughter of
Mrs. Alice A. Machen and the
late George W. Machen of
. Port St. Joe. She is the
granddaughterter of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter L. Andrews of
en Ozark, Ala., and Mrs. B. F.
Machen of Sylacauga, Al.
It Dale is the son of Joy and
Wally Borden of Valdosta, Ga.
I. He is the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs.' Bud Williamson of Port
den St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. John
ca- Borden of Burnsville, Miss.
Bay Karen is a 1976 graduate of
S' Port St. Joe High School, and
her is presently employed at
Of- Aline's Coiffures. Dale is 'a
iter, 4976 'graduate. of Hargrave
L. "Military ,Academy in Chatom,
Va. He attended the Citadel,
Charleston, S.C. He is present-
ly employed with Daniels
Construction Co. in Southart,
Ok.
Final plans will be an-
nounced at a later date.


Some

Weeds

Edible
An interesting program on
edible weeds, their identifica-
tion and preparation as food
items was presented by Mary-
anne Parker of the Parker
Garden Club at the June
S meeting of the Mexico Beach
Sea Oats and Dunes Garden
Club.
A cattail casserole, describ-
ed by the speaker as "deli-
cious", was one of many
recipes and ideas presented.
Salads, teas and a variety of
dishes can be prepared froni
weeds that are available in
this area, according to Mrs.
Parker.
The Sea Oats and Dunes
Garden Club will not be
meeting during July and Au-
gust. Planned for the program
at the September 14 meeting is
a program on potpourri, given
by Mary Hendricks. The Club
meets at the Mexico Beach
Chamber of Commerce Build-
ing at 9 a.m., C.S.T.
Americans buy about ten
S million diamonds a year.


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Standard Lenses
Offer begins May 3 and expires July 30. no otner offers apply.

Drs. Tindell, Denney & Associates
117 West Main St. ' Dothan. Alabama 36301
793-2633 ' 793-6053


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With

HANNON INSURANCE

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The Insurance Store Since 1943.

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ITAR, Port St. Joe Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1982


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S.4.2 acres of land, fence on
back. W450 and take up pay-
ments of $100 per month, less
Than $9,000 owed. Call 2296367
.- or229-6196.. > tfc6-24

S2'bedroom home, 520 Third
S St., fenced, carport, work-
shBp,$20,00. ltp6-24
.Propprty for Sale: 1% acres
. o liind i Overstreet with' 1971
' 12'60? -Savenier 'mobile home
Sihxcel. cond,' new oven in-
< cluded. $I,000. Will sell
b ':mobile hoie separately. Call
S 29-6344 after 5 'or 229-8247, 8
,.. ahi;.to 5p rim. . 2tp6-24
. Two lots in Wewahitchka,
I' ocated:on Chipola Ave., jthe
, 4t blockon left'side of street.
-4l. Gall"'v27-i1156 or come by St.
SJ. e Paperinakers' Federal
, : CeditUnion, 530 Fifth St: in
;',^iPrt St. Jdeo' "" -. 4tci6-10

SfulMexico Beach lot; 100'x75',
i Alockfromlteri chain-lnk


C, .Corner: Beach Lot: $7,500.
'^ Cleared; 'for."''bildQ. 12x36',
. Mexic"o' Beacl;i water, natural
';6' ^isiye :, blksI':Gui. *Ad-
jiig"UoiibC :wide and lot,
19,950. Screened and .open
S ��o ]iches, 1,500 s . By-one or
both Therigi 648-5471:; -
... i2tp6-10

, Oene com riecial lot 30'
' 0 iat 319 Reid Ave $8 000
P- lW227-1468'1r 227-1100'
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FFOR'SALE
Two commercial bui
e om C
S30,x90,; ea.. m-PSJ.
!as' Ave. current

Price'422;o60:0'ei:-
S purchased,' separate
: togethgri'Call'.227-l
.227-1100.
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AKC reg. poodles, two
silver, male and female, 2
years old. $150 for both. Call
639-2807.

Girl's off-white bedroom
suite, double canopy bed,
dresser w mirror, tall chest of
drawers, $250. Call 2296056.

1980 Cajun Bass and Ski
boat, motor (150 h.p. Eviri-
rude), trailer, trolling motor.
A lot of extras on boat, good
buy. Call:227-1572.or229-8161.
ltp6-24

81 cu. ft. alum. diving tank
with "J" valve; Olympic 200
, daeor regulator; pressure
gauge; backpack; full wet
suitf deph' gauge; diverts
buoy. Excellent condition.
.300.Call 229233. Itp
:One AKC Reg. poodle, 10
iweekl old,' chocolate brown
.feiiile, $75. Call 639-2807.

, igs for Sale: $1.50 if you
pick $2.00 if I pick them. Call
227-1489. '

, 1978 Yamaha.175 cc Endurb'
.6b'nsir iion, good' cond.;
'ow iileage, $535. Call
2294939.. ' . 2tc6-24
1975 Apache Solid State
camper. Sleeps 8. Stove, ice
bx,''sofa',aAhd dinette. Call
227-177b6.$2,000. ' 2tp 617

Girl's white French Proven-
cial bedroomi- suite, dbl.
canopy bed, dbl: 'dresser, tall
chest, desk & chair,' and bed-
side table. $225. Call 229-6182.
:� , 2tc6-17


ildings, King size mattress & box
on.'Wil- springs for sale, or'.will ex-
ly used change for dbl: mattress & box
lly ad- -"slpriga." Alsd W6iudiked-to
'' . purchasee .. .two st - dbl.ize '
ay- be imattiess & box springs.-`tay -
ely or be seen at 3rd house from Pine
1468 or St. going west'on Hwy. 98,St.
tfc 5-13 Joe Beach. Ask for Brunner.


LAWN FURNITURE
Swings, states, 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.
S- 4tp6-3


L ST: Black. fei ale Labra-
'.dor ,Retriever wearig choker �
'oll~'i . Lost iri the viciity of
,- i *ong Avye and 11th St. Call
l 2271355 or 2497t1Rewmard-
.. offered . ' 2t c6-24
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12% FINANCING. Canal-front mobile home liv- 9%%4 FINANCING.
"ed in 30 days'- immaculate. Two bedrooms, bath frame hon
1A. baths, 35th St. $35,000. $' $36,000.



* GULF FRONT LOTS * BEACH
* TAX-SHELTER RENTALS * WETAPF
. CANAL LOTS * COMME


Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate Orena Milli
Barbara Sullivan, Associate Rhonda He
c; .Branch Office - 229-8493 Britt Picke

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1977 12x65' mobile home,
like new, on rented lot. Call
648-8972 before 12:00 or after
5:00. tfc 4-15

Onl 15' fiberglass boat w
wa'llk'hru windshield;
galvanized trailer; 70 h.p.
Evinr ,. -Call 227-1277, ask
for John. tfc 6-17

22 ft. fiberglassed shrimp
boat, motor needs work, $1,500
or best offer. Call 229-6915.
2tp 6-17
Four 8.00x16.5 8-ply tires, 2
almost new. All for $125. See at
301 Reid Ave. or call 227-1813.
tfe 5-27

Small established business
for sale. Ideal for retired per-
son or couple. For more infor-
mation call 229-8004 or 229-8433
after 6 p.m.






SThe' 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.
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The Disabled American
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will tieet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel.' tfc6-4
There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
LodgeN4. 'lll, F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 11.m'
B. F. NUNNERY, W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.


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1955 Chevy Pickup, body in
excel. cond. Needs motor.
Painted and fixed. Call
229-6915; ask for Chuck. '
1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Su-
preme Brougham. Excellent
cond. Make offer. Call
227-1235. 2t6-17

1979"Jp CJ-5, 6 cyl-, low
mileage, in excel. cond.,
chro ~,wheels. Call. 229-
6934,s 'for Mark. tfc 6-3


SPine-shaded 2 bedroom, 1
ne 3'1/ years old. 4th Street.



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RACIAL PROPERTY


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YARD SALE: Saturday,
June 26, at 100 Sunset Circle, 2
families. 25,000 btu air cond.,
children's clothes, cassette
player and radio combination,
household items and much
more. 8 a.m. until. Itp 6-24

YARD SALE: 2003 Palm
Blvd., Friday, 9 to 2.

The Old Country 1935 Hard-
times 3 Day Yard Sale. The
hard times are on the way, so
save your dollar and ride on
the same train as the rich, on-'
ly our side yard sale. From 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. Look before you
buy. No refunds. Everything
sold as is. We so appreciate
your business and may God
bless all of you day night.
2 small training bikes, $15 to
$20 ea.; 1 new $130 man's bike
only used 2 weeks for $75;
baby high chairs $5 to $10 ea:;
1 sma. boy's wagon only $6; $ '
small day bed cot, like new'
$15; 1 3-wheel bike for old peo-,
ple, $35. .
We have a few more things
for sale. Some clothes; new
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For Rent: Two bdrm. unfur-
nished house with den. Call
229-8754 or 648-8240. tfc 6-24

2 bdrm. furnished house, %
block from beach on Canal St.,
St. Joe Beach. Will rent by
week, month or year. Can be
seen this Saturday.For infor-
mation stop at third house
from Pine St., going west on
Hwy. 98, For Rent sign will be
on house. Ask for Brunner.
Sorry house not vacated last
weekend. Call 482-3884 for
more information.
For Rent: New 2 bdrm. apts
with Gulf view. A/C and range
included otherwise unfurnish-
ed. Reasonable rates. 25th St.,
Mexico Beach. Call ERA for
info., 648-5777.
3 bedroom furnished trailer
at Overstreet. Call 648-5306.
tfc 5-27

Office space available soon.
201 Monument Ave. Call 227-
1199 or after 6 p.m., 227-1363.
tfc 5-20


udl oUld. BacK of old St. Joe Ice-
House, 802 4th St. Mrs. J. B. For carpets cleaned the way
Poppell. . professionals do it-at a frac-
S tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
e Vac , the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
_ _ _ _ phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
Wanted: Field Supervisor Mobile home sites, efficien-
for Weatherization Program. cy apt., mobile homes, and
3 months. Must have know- campers for rent on beach. By
ledge of building construction. day, week, month or year. Ski
Salary commensurate Breeze Camp Sites. Call
w/skills. 2296105. tfc 1-7
Wanted: Office Clerk. Must
be able to type, 18 hrs. pr: No need for wet carpets.
week, min. wage. -:, ,Dry clean them with HOST.
For details call 2294707 Gulf Use rooms right away. Rent
Co. Community D.velopment,' machine. St. Joe Furniture.
Corp. , 227-1251.
Sales re�p es- Ita tia ,' I ~ .e"d -
for Pot St.-Jde area. Age 22
up. Car necessary. Fullb.Sne-
fits. Call 1-785-5721. ':.


2tp 6417

Job Openings: Cashie r/
checker, stock clerk. Shift
work, openings in Mexico
Beach. For further informa-
tion contact Florida State Em-
ployment Service, Panama Ci-
ty. 763-464F 2tc 6-17

Immediately open: Talla-
hassee Democrat newspaper
route in Port St. Joe. Good
part-time earning along with
generous transportation al-
lowance. All you need is.good
'credit, good transportation
and ability to meet public. Call
Mike Creek, 599-2202 or
697-2654 collect. tfc 5-20


Summer piano lessons
.taught by Jan Richardson.
Call 229-8164. Itc 6-24

CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
90W2294235
tfc 6-4
I - -

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


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

9/2 % mortgage on this 3 bdrm., 1 ba.,?
brick dwelling w cen. air & heat can'
be assumed. Selling price $36,500.
Buy owner's equity and assume'
pmts. of $258.82 which includes
taxes.

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

Lg. frame dwelling with lots of porch
on 85'x130' lot, 11/2 blk. from beach.
St. Joe Beach. Also 1 bdrm. cottage
on property. Sold as is furnished.
$41,900.00. '

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

3 bdrm., 1 ba. frame dwelling at 110
Duval St., Oak Grove. Only $8,000.

For Rent: 2 bdrm., unfurnished house
/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 CLENNEY, Assoc.


SEVIE


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

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

Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anqn
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. JPmes Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720
CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings - Portraits
Phone 229-8922
tfc 4-1


each Lumber
&5xLupp[y Co.

Gtidderi .Pbaintr
Tools o3> riojrt.
St . PoBeach, a. (tfla-5014


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 call 229-8964
Free Estimates Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Call229-8924 Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M,T, Th, F,S
S4tp6-3 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
St. Joseph Bay
Constnc o
. skirntial





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



SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!

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Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


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 %/ 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



u 648-5011 Sales
648-8220 Rentals

ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
Eacn Ofllce Inaper denlly Oawred ana Operated
REALTOR
9800B'EAST HIGHWAY 98 * P. O. Bx 1332
- MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTA TE SALES: BEACH RENTALS

11 SOLD -23 LEFT

5 ACRE TRACTS
SR386 Hwy. - Overstreet

^ ONLY$200 DOWN
Balance Over 10-Year Period at 12%

SUNSHINE FARMS


GULF AIRE
Beautiful lots till available t 11 V. %
Interest.

PORT ST. JOE
New Usting: 616 Marvin. Nice brick
home, 2 bdrm., 1 / ba. on 1Y lots.
Screened back porch, fenced comn
pletely.
New Listing: 3 bdrm., 2 ba. beautiful
brick home only 4 yrs. old. Comfort.
able den with fireplace. Carpet &
vinyl thruout. Cen. h&e(ell electric).
105 Monica Dr., Ward Ridge.

NEW LISTINGS:
ST. JOE BEACH
Beautiful brick 3 bdrm., 2 ba. home on
2 Ig. lots. Chain link fencing. Good
8% Int. on assumable mort. Must see
to appreciate. $65,000. Magellan St.

Call our office for Informalion or
other listings In Mexico Beach, St.
Joe Beach, Overstreet, Gulf AIre,
Commercial, Beacon Hill or Howard
Creek. Also beachfrpnt lots in Mexico
Beach and Cape area.


Beach front duplex now preconstruc-
tion priced at $87500. 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
Come by to see plans In our office.


REDUCED
ST. JOE BEACH
Fantastic 3 bdrm., 2 ba. custombuilt
home. Has a heted pool and many
extras. Only $87,500 on Selma St.,
Hurry as this Is a spealal buy.
MEXICO BEACH
Gorgeous lt on 41st St. $29,00.
BEACON HILL
High bluff lot with beautiful Gulf
view. $29,500.
HOWARD CREEK
1 acre and 2 bdrm., 1 be. trailer reduc.
ed to $23,600. Squlel Ave.
PAULETTACAMPBELL ... 648U 977
ALISA DUREN......... . 648-5635
ELLEN ALLEMORE ...... 648-8939
ARCHIE BARBEE........ 6485392
JIM CLEMENT .......... 648-5482
BOB & JEAN FALISKI .... 2296553
WYVONNE HATTAWAY .. 229-6993
BRENDA RUSHING WOOD 227-1589


SHALLOW WELLS
2294380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
tfc 4-29


"Ceiling Specialist"
14tp 5-17
sheetrock - texture stipple


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



ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





--Commercial Building
-Residential Building
--Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P. O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfc 7-2


Church Supplies
Musle- Records -Tapes
Rubber Stamps
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Gifts - Bibles
Sound Studio Recording
Service
7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES
115 Hunter St., Oak Grove
PortSt..Joe, Fla.
S 227-1325


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ERA PARKER REALTY
H Hig hway 98 & 31st S9Fet
Mexico Beach,' Florida

(OUTSIDE FLORIDA)

SLo Iterest Financing
.-U Interes t Financing


S2% FINANCING. New, plush townhouses with 141/% FINANCING. Townhouses less than 200'
great' iulf view. Twb bedrooms, 1V 'baths. from beach. Two bedrooms, 2'/ baths,
:Sundeck. 31st St. $57,500. sundeck. 42nd St. $79,500.


kills bugs for
Sup to six months,
and avm yo about Sl00 yearly
in costly pest coc trol services.
Use of Sprayer free with
'purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 REid Avenue
Port St Joe, Florida


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LOCAL BOX HOLDER
BULK RATE
U. S POSTAGE

WE'RE TRYI N.
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$A4' PAID
PERMIT oS. 6o
Port it. oe, F L 0Y
HARDOYO
Rm' 6 R U~


78 ORANGE JUICE
Limit 1 w/$10 /2 Gal.
or More Kraft
Food Order 1 $1049 1


SHOP EARLY FOR YOUR MEATS - WITH THESE PRICES & QUALITY, SUPPLY WON'T LAST


VARIETY MEAT SPECIALS
Pork Country Ribs . Lb.149
Beef Ribsm.lt ..t Lb. $169
Smoke Spare Ribs b.f149
Smoke SausageH. Nl asll
Gwaltiey Great Dogs o69'
Plantation Pride Bacon ,b9
Pan Sausage ..... Lb.10O


CHOICE BEEF SPECIAL S
CUBE STEAKFamlyPak A . $24e
EYE 0 ROUND .... ,..249
EYE 0 SIRLOIN ... ,.9259
CHUCK STEAK .... ,.sl69
GRND. CHUCK Family hk b.S169
Pure Chopped Sirloin Lb.239
RIB EYE STEAK ... b.$399


- WE GUARANTEE UNCONDITIONAL SATISFACTION-
A 9 - P MT,. . 4


12 Oz. Shasta


o0


Case $
of 24 Cans


99


Ice Cold

Watermelons


i~mH^ i19t


and Up


WE BRING YOU FRESH PRODUCE FROM MANY PLACES!


From Canolmia
Sunkist Lemons
From Arizon - Crisp Head
Fresh Lettuce .
From California - Seedless
White Grapes..


6/79c
59s &Up
$149
Lb.


3 Lbs.
^*-- ^*F,


SFrom Texas
Cantaloupes


From Florida
WATERMELONS - PRICED RIGHT!!!
From Vidalla, Georgia
Sweet, Sweet ONIONS ... 3L99c
From Michigan 3/100
1 Lb. Bag Fresh Carrots ... /
From Washington69
Red Delicious Apples .... . Lb.9
From Idaho O
.tE88c Genuine Idaho Baking Potatoesu.39C


From Georgia
Sweet Georgia Crimson

Red Plums


.590


From Georgia .... Box $9.95
Fort Valley, Georgia

Peaches


From Georgia -Fresh 39
Tomatpes Lg.Tray
From Florida - Fresh 1
Asparagus.... Lb.


From Guatemala - Golden

Ripe Bananas. .29 q


1 lb. Blue Bonnet
Margarine
12 Oz. Bordn's Individually Wrapped
CHEESE SINGLES


-ROE $1*Om D


-Save $1.00
32 Oz. Saluto Party
PIZZA


590

. $1.69


$399


Dining Trt. 388
POT PIES ........ 3/880


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PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fli



EXTENSION NOTES:



Chinch Bugs Attack


SSt. Augustine Grass

By Roy Lee Carter County Extension Direc

SThe chinch bug is an im- areas, they can be found by
portant pest of St. Augustine parting the grass runners in
grass in Florida. It is seriously the yellowed areas and ob-
damaging only to St. Augus- serving the soil surface. All
ti . tine grass. This insect sucks stages of chinch bugs can bq
the. plant juices through its seen moving through the loose
" -needle beak and also ap- duff on the soil surface.
S parently causes other internal
.injury in the grass, resulting If no chinch bugs are seen
in yellowish to brownish pat- by parting the grass a more
i' ches in turf. Injured areas are effective way to survey for not
S usually first noticed along only chinch bugs, but also
":' sidewalks adjacent to build- lawn caterpillars, mole crick-
. -ings or in other water stressed ets and beneficial insects is by
S areas where the grass is in full the use of a soap mixture
i, sun. Shaded areas are not applied with a two gallon
.,, ."usually damaged until higher sprinkling can. This mixture
Schinch bug populations occur. is not effective in surveying
Usually when chinch bugs for white grub or billbug
: are present in sufficient num- larvae. Mix one fluid ounce of
1 bers to cause yellow or brown dishwashing soap in two gal-

. � Most Forest Fires Judged

Arson Over Five-Year Period
." In a five year average and woods arson. These laws
. through 1980, 31 percent of the have helped reduce the num-
.... wildfires that occurred in Flori- ber of wildfires in the state
S .: were caused by arson! this year but the problem is
I' :Wenty-one percent of debris not totally .solved yet. The
:i' Irning, 14 percent by smok- Division of Forestry is now
-.a ing, and ten percent by authorized to pay in up 'to
S dren and lightning. Camp- $1,000.00 in rewards for infor-
'" ~.Ies, railroads, and equip- mation leading to the arrest
m' ment use accounted for the and conviction of willful woods
, remainder of the wildfires. burners. Persons having this
; e Fl a type information should con-
fr 'The Florida Legislature has tact their nearest Florida
-.. passed stringent laws that Divisionof Forestry office.-All
!, elude stiff fines and penal- replies and information will be
' Ies for un-authorized burning kept in strictest confidence.


S - Public Notices -

S- :TATE OF FLORIDA. name or'lrade name unaer wnich ne will
COUNTY OF GULF oe engage In business and in whicn said
SNOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE business IS to ne carilea on. tc-wil
.,' NOTICE is hereby given thai on the SHOOTERS SUPPLY
,4t iBIh day of May. 1982. pursuanli o a Writ Charle. Aier.u6
I- .-OI Execution issues in Int Counly Court Wrila Clly. Gulf County. Ftorloa
5 -of Gulf County. Florida. Case Number Wayne S Biggs.,Owner
81-220 in Ine cause of MERIT.FINANCE. 416-17
-PLAINTIFF. vs MR AND MRS JAMES I --
p MURRAY, DEFENDANTS, 1. KEN MUR BIDNO. 274
. iEHY; SHERIFF OF GULF COUNTY. Tne City of Port St Joe. Florida re-
S"FLORIDA, nave levied upon Ihe property quesis bids lor an automalic irrigation
'i. 0lhe defendant. to-wit system lor Perpetual Care Cemetery
v O. 'One (1) 1970 Chevrolel pickup truck, located on Niles Road. Pon SI Joe. FL
- e and while in color. VIN number 32156 Specllicaions may De oblalneq
' . .rom. he. 'Cl erk's . 1 W bc '
OC'c !k(2'60l (EST)" t fhe , 'nis d'PP i i
* OIfsteps of Ine Gull County Courthouse. . will be neld at the Regular Cily Conmmrs
~S .' .iSt ,Joe. Florida. I will oiler lor sale sion Meeting on JLly 6 1982
Sard property lor cash to Ine hignest oDi CITY OF'PORT ST JOE
der, subject to all prior liens II any, lo Is L A Farris 216.17
.' .satTsfy said Wri of Execution
Itg KEN MURPHY, SHERIFF. NOTICE OF ELECTION
QuIl Counly. Florida Be II Known mInl i, George Fire'lone.
*. . ::. ' 416.10 Secretary of Stale or Ine Sile ol Fiorioa
S - - -do nereDy give notice thal a GENERAL
',.' I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR ELECTION will oe hEla r. Gull County
. TEENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Sathe of Florida n iniemrTue D. 198after
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA ithe rirst Monday In NovemDer A D. 1982
Ins said Tuesday Deirg the SECOND day
'-""= ; . F IN PROBATE of NOVEMBER. Io iflI o retain Ire lollo*
CASE NO 82.30 ing ollfices
S'IN RE: The Estate of U S Senator Representalnve .n Con
. CHARLES J. WEBER. JR. press lor' Ine.Secona Congressional
Deceased. District Goernor and Lieutenant Gover
S NOTICEOF ADMINISTRATION nor Secretlaryol Slate. Allorney Gr.neral.
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Slale ComrrplrollEr: Slate Treasurer Com
', EMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE missionerol Eaucal.on. Commisioner ol
i),',' ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN- Agriculire Relentnon of one Justice of
'., TERESTED IN THE ESTATE. Ine Supreme Courl. Relent.on ol Dislrlci
'YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the Court or Apoeal Judges isi DCA a
j i admnlstation of the Estate ol CHARLES Judges. Circuit Court Judge:. None.
J. WEBER. JR., deceased, file number County Court Judgea 1 Judge. State
"' 82-30. Is pending in the Circuit Court of Seralolm for Ine Iollowing Senatcrial Dis.
Gull County, Florida. Probate Division, Ircis 3 (2 years Members of Ina Slale
, the address of which is P O. Box 968. House of Rapreseniativea lor me Iollow
Port St Joe, Florida 32458. The Personal ing House Dislricts 8 12 yrsl Board of
I' Representative of the 'estate Is County Commissioners. Districts 2. 4 (4
'MARGARET K WEBER, whose address is yrsl. Members of Ihe Scnooi Boara
Highway 98. and Fryers Lane. Beacon Districts 1 2.5 ta yrs
HillIIFlorida The nameandaddressol Ine In Testimony Whereo. I nave hereurlo
Personal Representative's attorney are set my nand ano allied the Greal Seal of
set forth below. . Ihe Stale of Florida. at Tatiahassee Tne
S .All Interested persons having claims or Capital. Ins the Fisl oay ol June. AD
.' _ demands against the estate are required, 1982
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE
S DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS st GEORGE FIRESTONE
NOTICE. to file with the Clerk, of the SECRETARY OFSTATE ISEA6t
S abqve Court a written statement of any
. claim or demand they may have Each
' claim must be In writing and musl in BID NO. 276
"' dcitae the basis ol the claim, the name The City of Port St. Joe. Fiorloa. le.
' d address ofthe crdlo'orhis agent or quests bids on a Compac Pick.Up Truck
attorney, and Ine amount claimed II he not to exceed 108 wheelbase Spec I.
S claim is not yet due, Ihe dale when il will nations may be obtained Ierom Inse City
become due shall be stated. 11 the claim Clerk's Olfice, P O. Box A. PorJ St. Joe.
'-i - Iscontllngent or unllquldaled, the nature Florida 32456. Bid opening will be held at
S of Ihe uncertainty shall be staled II the the regular City Commission Meeting on
: claim Is secured, Ihe security shall be July 20. t982
� described. The claimant shall deliver sul- CITY OF PORT ST JOE
ficlent copies ol Ihe claim to the Clerk to lal L A Farrls.,
, enable the Clerk to mail one copy to each City AuditorlClerk 2t 6-24 &8 78
i . personal Representative.
-All persons Interested in the estate to FICTITIOUS NAME
whom a copy of this Notice of Ad- Notice Is nereby giKen inal pursuant to
S nlnlstraton has been mailed are required. Section 86509. Florida Slalutes Ine
WITHIN THREE 131 MONTHS FROM THE undersigned person intends to register
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF with Ine Clerk of Ine Circult court Gull
THIS NOTICE to file any objections they County Florida, four weeks aller Ine lirsr
may have that challenge' the validity of publication ol this notice In IIcllllous5
"".'t' tle.decedenl's Villi, the qualifications of , name or Iraoe name under whicn ne will
"'' Ithe Personal Representallve. or the venue be engaged in business and ,n whicn said
or jurisdiction of the Court. business is to be csarled on to AIt
. :ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT J T. WOOD BUILDING
:''r1 SDFILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. REMODELING & MAINTENANCE
llDate of the first publication of this SERVICE
', botce of AOministration June 24. 1982. 906 10th Street. Port St Joe. Florida
Is7MARGARET K WEBER, J T Wooa Owner
rP '. Bonai Represenlatlie of the estate at e.r0
o ARLES J. WEBER. JR.
diecaased.
I-.WILLIAM J. RISH
S 303 Fourth Street
Poit St. Joe, Florida 32456 ..


9041229 8211 CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
. Atior~ey lor Personal Represenative SE'RICE T
i218-24 SERVICE
. - 2t 6-24
, : Tanks Cleaned and
I. , : .: Portelet Service
"., , "-- BID NO. WWP1I67 .am
Th* City of Port St Joe, Florida, re-
quest bios on four stainless steel
,, aerators Specificallons may be obtained AVON - Buy or Sell
from the City Clerk's Office P. O Box A. l district , Cl
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. Bid opening Call district manager, Claudia
. will be held at the regular City Commis- Walters, Panama City,
a slon Meeting on July 20, 1982. 871-5523. tfc 18
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
* , eIsf LA. Farrls,
S Cty AHyud lloriClerk 216-24 & 7-8
Not i'e� FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to
S Section 865.09. Florlaa Slatules, the Will buy lamps, dishes, pic-
uridersigned person intends to register tlres, old crochet pieces. Call
with Ine Clerk of the Circuit court. Gull 2f tfe 1
County. Florida. four weeks alfer the firal 22 9-54. tfc 6-10
publication of this notice, the fictitious


a. THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1982













etor

Ions of water and drench four
square feet with this solution.
Observe the area for about
three minutes. If the above
pests are present, they will
emerge to the grass surface
and can be detected. If no
insects are found in the first
area checked, examine three
or four additional suspect
areas.
Another technique that will
confirm the presence of
chinch .bugs is by using a
metal can such as a 3 lb.
shortening can, a large coffee
can or a gallon can with both
ends cut out. Place one end of
the can on the grass in an area
where the rass is yellowed
and declining. Cut the grass
runners around the bottom
edge of the can with a knife.
Twist.and'push the bottom end
of the can an inch or two into
the s9il,. fill the can with
water,.and if chinch bugs are
present ihey will float to the
surface within five minutes. It
may be necessary to add more
water to keep the water level
above.-the grass during this
five minute period. If no
chinch bugs are found in the
first area checked, examine at
least three or four areas in the
suspected areas.
In areas where chinch bugs
are a serious problem, a single
tireat ifeit.'may not. control
them for more than about 12
to 2 months. This will vary,
however, depending on the
time' ofyear and the various
potentials for'reinfestatioh in
different locations.


Future Citizens In Our Area

These are pictures of some of the younger citizens of Port
St. Joe taken several weeks ago here at The Star, and will be
run. In subsequent issues of the newspaper,


Robert, 7, son of Brenda
Wall Arnold, Port St. Joe.


Jonathan, 3, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Gilmore, 507 10th
Street.


Erich, 8 and Christine, 3,
children of Patricia Holman,
1618 Marvin Avenue.


Felicia, 2 and Sandy, Jr., 5
mos., children of Mr. and Mrs.
Sandy Williams, Port St. Joe.


Melissa, 3, daughter of Vince, Jr., 7 and Michael, 9
Dianne Gable, 323 Seventh St., mos., children of Mr. and Mrs.
Highland View, Vince Taylor, Port St. Joe.


NEW BETHEL

African Methodist Episcopal Church


146 Avenue


C
Rev. James W. Williams, Pa


Phone 227-1213
store


SUNDAY SCHOOL........ .... 9
MORNING'WORSHIP . 11
EVENING WORSHIP ..... . E

S"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer.
Man Our Brother"


1:30 A.M.
:00 A M.
i:00 P.M.


Adam, 9; Ann, 8; Patrick, 7 Betty JoLynn, 15 mos.,
and Nancy, 5, children of Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Robert Cantley, 708 Charles Ingram, 509 'Ninth
Long Ave. Street.




$10o Discount
with this coupon off all
EYEGLASS FRAMES in stock with
the purchase of prescription lenses. i
Offer Degins June 1 and expires July30: no other offers Apply.


Drs. Tindell, Denney & Associates

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


Home Appliance Repair
23 Years Experience In Appliance Repair


* Heating
Natural & LP Gas,
Electric and Oil

* Air Conditioning
Central and Window


* Major Appliances
All Makes and Models
* Refrigerators &
Freezers

* Electrical- Plumbing


DANIELS SERVICE COMPANY
Phone 229-8416 Port St. Joe


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NOTICE OF CREATION OF PRECINCTS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that two new precincts c A L " u N -k Co Uh UT
have been created in.Gulf County. Florida, as follows:
PRECINCT 3A, described as: -.
SBegin at intersection of East R/W of SR 71 and North ' .'
line of Section 36, T6S, R10W; thence East along GAFE
Section lines to a point ol intersection of North line
of Section 33, T6S, R8W, and West Bank of the
SBrothbers River; thence mearnder West Bank of said
River Southerly to intersection of South line of Sec- , iAOEMENT AREA
tion 16, T7S, R8W; tnence Westerly along South sec-
lion lines to SW Corner of Section 13. T7S, R10W; . "
thence Northerly to intersection of East R/W line of -.
SR 71 and West line of Section 1, T7S, R10W; thence " f-
Northeasterly along East R/W of SR 71 to Point of
Beginning, the same being commonly known as Ihe
Howard Creek Community.
PRECINCT 11A, described as:
SCommencing at the point of intersection of the . .
Soulh line of Section 11, T9S, R11W and the Easterly - -
shore of St. Joseph Bay and thence running East
along. the South line of Sections 11 and 12, T9S, "
R11W, and Sections 7, 8,.9, 10 and 11, T9S, R.10W, to M
a point of intersection with the Franklin County line:
thence Southerly following the Easl.Gult County line
to a point on the most E slerly shore line at Indian -"
Pass: thence Westerly following the coastline in a r.
; Westerly direction to the,'Southernmost tip of Cape -
San Bias, said point being in Section 33, T9S, R11W;
thence in a Northerlyj direction following the
. coastline to the Northernmost lip of.St. Joseph
-Point, said point neing in Section 13, T7S, R11W:
thence Soulherly, Easterly and Nortnerly following .
the coastline to the Point of Beginning, including Pig
' Island, the same being commonly known as the In-
dian Pass-Cape San Bias area
All other precincts within Gulf County, with the excep-
tion of the aforementioned parcels split off from Precincts.,
3 and 11, shall remain unchanged.
Dated this 8th day of June, 1982. .
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s Jimmy O. Gortman, Chairman
/s/ CORA SUE ROBINSON, Supervisor of Elections, Gull
CountyLe4
Attest: Ist Jerry Gates, Clerk 2t6-17 -
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SHOP PIGGLY WIGGLY, Port St. Joe

OUR DOW PRICES

SAVEYOU MON Y TWO WAYS
1. Everyday Money Saving Down Prices 2. Special Deep Cut Money Saving Prices


QUALITY MEATS

Everyday Down Price Saving

Fresh Lean 100% Pure Beef Fresh Fryer
GROUND BEEF LEG QTRS


Lb. L . 49


U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless $ 68
SHLDR.ROASTLb. 1
U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless $1 6 8
CHUCK STEAK Ib. 16
U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless $1 8
SWISS STEAK Lb. 18


S -.Kraft 7% Oz. Box
MAC. & CHEESE
DINNERS


Fresh Sliced Skinned & Deveined
BEEF LIVER


Lb.78


Fresh FRYER
LIVER


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U.S.D.A. Grade A (2 per bag)
WHOLE FRYERS
Fresh Fryer "Family Pak"
Drumsticks or Thighs
Tender Lean Quarter Loin
PORK CHOPS
3 Down Small Tender
SPARE RIBS
Hickory Smoked Family Pak
Sliced BACON
Register's Pure Pork
Smoked Sausage


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ROUND STEAK


Lb.$ 99
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BEEF FRANKS 12oz.99


T.V. Brand '/ or Whole
BNLS. HAMS


$1


SLg. Roll
BOUNTY
TOWELS


Lb.$229


LESUEUR STARKIST
PEAS TUNA
17 '7 can 8
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Golden Ripe Chiquita
BANANAS


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Fresh California
PLUMS


.. Lb.99


Fresh California
NECTARINES Lb.99


Fresh
PEACHES


.. Lb.59C


Fresh Western
CANTALOUPE E.89.


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Lb.69


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Salami, Spi. Luncheon Lb. 1


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PIggly Wiggly Produce Is Se-
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Quality & Variety at Low, Low
Budget-Saving Prices.


Fresh
Yellow CORN


Fresh Green
PEANUTS
Fresh
RADISHES
Fresh
CARROTS
Fresh
CELERY.


Sa Lb.79


3Pkgs.

3Pkgs.


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Quantity
Rights
Reserved


Plus leoosN


24 Ct. Family Size
Lipton
TEA BAGS


o Brand Ct 303 Ca. 4No Brand 22 oz. $1 24 No Brand 18 z 22 Brand
GREEN BEANS 4U Dairy Creamer CORN FLAKE 1 DOG FOOD an22
No Brand 13 oz. can No Brand18 oz. $o Brand 32 Ozw . Dlorand 25 Lb. Bag2 01
EVAP. MILK Peanut Butter _1 - Dishwash. Det._ CAT_ L _ER


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For Your Shopping Convenience
Piggly Wiggly Is
OPEN ON SUNDAY
9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
STORE HOURS: M-Th, 8:00- 7:00
Fri. & Sat, 8:00 - 8:00
Sunday. 9:00 - 6:00
Home Owned & Onerated by Brad Johnson


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Foodliner .. .
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka

Prices Good June 23-29, 1982


Compare Your


BULK( RATE
U. S. POSTAGE
S8.4' PAID I
Permit'No. 3
Wewahitchka. Fla.j


Tape Total!!!


88 EE SEAS

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928

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Lb. 680


A.B. La. Hot Sauce . ...........
Showboat Pork & Beans ................3


Martha White Corn Muffin Mix ...........5


. 699

6/99.


Downy Fabric Softener3s Off ...............
Wesson Oil .............................
Tetley Tea Bags .......................
p �


7% O0z. *10e
64 Oz. *1"
38 Oz. s1T
100 ct. *2"
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HANDY PAK
C.CE POTATOES...............
IGA Orange Juice ..................
Pet Deep Dish Pie Shells ..............
McKenzie Speckled Butterbeans ......
McKenzie Blackeye Peas ............


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MAC-CHEESE
DINNERS


2 Lbt.
16 Oz.
2's
16 Oz.
16 Oz.
11 Di


59g
99.
890
89*
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TROPICANA ORANGE JUICE .......
IGA Cheese Spread Singles .........
Merico Butter Me Not Biscuits ........4
Sealtest L-N-L Cottage Cheese.........
Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese ......


64 Oz..
16 Oz.
5 Ct.
12 Oz.
I Oz.


$129

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IGA
IGA
IGA


Dunkin Sticks .......2
Giant Sandwich Bread
BBQ Bread...........


We Haul Our Own Produce
toInsure Its Freshness for You
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BELL PEPPER
Slicing
CUCUMBERS


YELLOW
SQUASH
FRYING
OKRA


FILL YOUR FREEZER NOW-BUY BY THE BUSHEL
PEAS, BUTTERBEANS, OKRA,
SQUASH, PEACHES, CUCUMBERS


Lg.
Tray


Sweet Georgia

CANTALOUPES



42 For

.. $1 0oo


Fresh Blueberries epi139
PLUMS. B .... ..n79
Crisp Carrots ... .,29
Butternut Squash 2125,
Vin ,m $39
Tomatoes Wnv5M p Tmn 1
Field Corn Fr... .. 5Er 1


SWEET POTATO PLANTS
SCUPPERNONG VINES ...
Giant ELEPHANT EARS...
FIG TREES ..........


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12 Oz.


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$11I


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OLEOPATTIES


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15 Oz.


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