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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: July 8, 1982
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE STAR


Industry -Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1982


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Candidates Slow to Pay Qualifying Fees


Only Three Sign Up On First Day fRace
Normally, the election season in Gulf voters for the elections which will begin on Two and Five 'il be on the September ballot.
County opens with a bang, but' this year it September 7 with the first primary. Currently filling tese positions are Fred Greer
almost came in apologetically as only one Mrs. Robinson said the last election had and Ted Whitfici of Wewahitchka and Gene
candidate was at the starting gate moment to 7,001 voters on the registration rolls, but the Raffield of Port 4 Jfoe All have indicated they
sign up his. intentions to run with Elections rolls have been purged since that time and will seek re-elec n, but none had qualified at
Supervisor, Cora Sue Robinson. there are now only 6,447 registered voters in press time yest ay
Poug Birmingham, the incumbent County Gulf County. "The Books will be open In addition,'t Gulf County Judge position
Commissioner from District Two, was the only throughout the county for the registration of will be up for. section, with Judge David
potential candidate on hand at the oliening of voters for the fall elections until August 7", Taunton expect to ask the voters for
the qualification books at 12:00 noon Tuesday, Mrs. Robinson said. Florida law requires that re-election. Coun' Judge candidates must pay
to pay his qualification fee and sign his name to the voter registration books be closed to new their qualificatioi.fees and fill out their election
the document declaring himself a candidate for registrants by a certain period before an papers. in Tallahasee.
-re-election. .- election. According tob inson's records, qualifica-
.( Later in the day Tuesday,. incumbent Mrs. Robinson said some 900 voters were tion fees for Co it. Commission candidates .
County Commissioneir James Tankersley of purged from the rolls during the year, but that .are, $447.40 for position which pays $8,948
DistrictFouralsosigned up toseekre-election several had re-registered upon learning their annually. ScholBoard candidates must pay


paid;hist ual ifying.fee to seek election tothe County this year. In addition, Gulf will qualification fee ,$,400 for the opportunity to .,,
post of Cournty Commissioner in District Two n participate in the election of a state Senator, run for a positionhich pays $53,000 per year.


Scaididates had expressed their intentions to Senathr ard United States Representative to Tuesda ys o unyg of the election season a
paidhisqualify on Wednesday, but none ekeld yet shown .th Congress. year. In addition, Gulf will qualification fee whc1,400 for the opportunity
up in her office.at 1:00 a.m., Wednesday Locally, votes wi in th e election of a state Senator, run for a positionesday, 2 which pays $53,000 per year.al

morning, when The Star closed out its news County Com1mi's iloners for four year terms. election. .,
columns. w T S c .u.. Presently Birinihgham .and Tarikersley are-. 'Between now'and November 2, voters will
serving ih the two positions up for re-election .be'asked to go to the polls twice: On September.
.. REGISTERED VOTERS and both have 'filready' .qualified to seek 7 inthe first primary and on October 5 in the
Along with the opening of the qualification re-election. .' second primary.' IQaLification for candidates .
of candidates will come a push to register School Board positions froI'D stri ,ts Ole, i-end at noon on, e~dsday, Jlly 20. Commissioi.er Doug Birmingham first to sign in with Elections Supervisor Cora Sue Robinso
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Plans for WWP Work to



Be Ready for Bids July 20


Engineer Pat Parrish of his firm had outlined a direc-- PURCHASE MADE struction phases' of the pro-
Jones,. Edmunds Associates, tive sent to the City by DER Modern Water, Inc., of ject. After the sprinkle r sys-
In r',of Gainesville, told the expressing certain things the Panama City was the low. tern is installed, grass'i-#fi'.
SC.".C Cmmiission Tuesday City needed to do in. order to bidder to furnish a pump, tank planted as one of the1t
resmalt. 'tiie.eo in...e'. s ne.W iranitui' OR. .,,cemetervyready for-ise.
on, July, 260o seek-bids o'n. firm ib~expediting; ':the The has-ben wor
The.:rm, :,.',$L. Th eCity h has.been worlsing
Teralconsttiori projects -necdssary permit applications furnishthesyth on the cemerylans and
the Wastewa gr Treatment and filing the required forms a five horsepoi~ iand- construction for the past year.
Iant containing the results from 1,000 gallo pre The'newemeteryis located
SJones has been the primary certain tests of the wells which galon pres Thenew cemetery is located
engineer working on several must be provided before the' A Modern Watrepresen- adjacent to Holly Hill Ceme-
prbjects designed to improve wells can be used. native said the system would terry.
the efficiency of the local be installed and operating The Commission also
treatment plant and totatisfy The wells are being put on within 66 days. agreed to purchase two new
the, desires and demands of line as quickly as possible to The City is nearing comple- bush hogs from Spivey Ford
the' Department of Environ- allow the City to remove itself tion of the new cemetery, with Tractor Company in Marian-
mental Regulation of the'State from the St. Joe Paper Comn the new watering. system na. One of the cutters cost $850
of Florida. Parrish told the pany fresh water canal which nearing the end of the con- and the other, $620.
Commission Tuedsay night it has been using as an
that "We're ready to go on six emergency supply for sever-
or so of the projects". al months. The Paper Corn-
The engineer said his firm is pany has scheduled- a diedg- Contractor Goes to
now preparing bid forms, ing of the canal in a current
collecting permits and doing maintenance program under H igh
the legal work for getting.the way at the mill. W ork O n Highway 71
work. started in compliance
with DER regulations. Par- According to the engineers. Contractors started to done on the part of county
rish said the items would be the City must submit permit work last week re-surfac- interests.
bid as a complete job or as applications to use the two ing Highway 71 north of The paving project was-
individual projects, "Which- new wells recently dug, before Port St. Joe. started north of Wewa-
ever gets us the best price". they can be put on line in the The surfacing project in hitchka and is progressing
The largest of the several City's water treatment sys- Gulf County consists of two south.
projects to be undertaken at tern. sections, with one north of The entire program is
the plant will be the dredging Parrish said, "You will have Wewahitchka and the other expected to take approxi-
ofhee som70-acre to seven feet an automatic waiting period of between Port St. Joe and mately six months to corn-
wheof some fivl be to seven feet 10 days for disinfection and Wewahitchka. The Inten- plete. The paving program
of sludge will be removed testing of the neb wells after tion to pave the highway is taking so much time
from the lagoon and disposed the pumps have been put into was made last fall after because the highway is also
of. service before the water ca nearly three years of at- being widened as It is being
WATER WELLS be placed in the City's sys- tempting to get the work re-surfaced.
Parrish reported to the City tem", Parrish said. '


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Three adult males and a
juvenile were arrested this
past week by the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department as the
result of a citizen phoning in a
complaint of two boys smok-
ing marijuana.
According to Sheriff Ken
Murphy, a call was received
that a group of boys were
smoking marijuana in a yard
; on Bob Little Road near
Wewahitchka. Sgt. Marty
Martin was dispatched and
located Donald Allen Beatty,
age 18, of Wewahitchka and a
15-year-old juvenile, who were
arrested for possession of the
illegal weed.


On investigation of the mat-
ter, investigator Charlie Hill
made arrests of Kenny Wayne
Smith, 30, Ricky Rogers, 19,
James Edward Rogers, 26,
and a juvenile, all of Wewa-
hitchka, and charged them


with dealing in marijuana
Hill was assisted in the
investigation by Wewahitchka
Police Chief J. H. Glass and
Division of Youth Services
officer, Jim Bozeman.
Sheriff Murphy said this


was an example of just how
effective a call by a concerned
citizen can be. "We were able
to make six arrests and
remove almost a pound ot
marijuana off the streets",
Murphy said.


Gulf County Enjoyed the Holiday
Gulf County did things dif- as local residents as well as were bothered b
ferently for the July, Fourth 4 visitors from all directions and dangerous sw
holiday and played it safe. flocked to the beaches, giving editions as unsett
This allowed, people in the the beach' area almost. a conditions churr
county to enjoy the holiday'. record crowd for the week end surf, but.Gulf's b
The southern portion of the of celebration. up to their reputa
county was alive with people, Other area beach locations free from undertow


by undertow
'imming con-
tled weather
ned up the
beaches lived
tion of being
ow.


New Officers Installed
A new slate of officers was installed by the Rotary Club
last Thursday at their noon meeting, with Bill Crawford
taking over as president of the club, succeeding Bo Boyette,
who has led the organization for the past year. In taking over
the club leadership, Crawford remarked it had seen a good


year, with a 25 percent gain in membership.
In the picture above, Crawford, second from right, Is
congratulated by Boyette as he assumes the club presidency.
Looking on from left to right, are: Treasurer, George Core;
retiring secretary, John Miller, Secretary, Bill Lyles,
Boyette, Crawford and Vice-President, Frank Pate. New
Directors elected for the year are: Mark Tomlinson, Dr.
Wayne Hendrix and Jim McNeill, Jr. -Star photo


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Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1982


iDeserves



Picking

We have let you know on several
S occasions what slobs many people
.are in their trash disposal habits.
I Many of those about us will just toss
Their garbage down on the ground
wherever they are, or toss it out on
Sthe roadside without a second
Thought about how it makes their
county and state look.
: --- This past week, with so many
4-4acationers and visitors about, the
i. 'rbage problem. drew even more.
-.E concerned attention especially
,.-irom those who have the task of
T pickingg it up and getting rid of it. .
I ; We have a first hand report
:. whichh we have no reason'to doubt,
w which will.make you (and us) feel
better about the concern of our
; peoplee for the, esthetics of our
i' surroundings tJ'he point where they
.": =vould do something 'positive 'about

: The story was, this individual
"'N 5as driving.across the overpass last
SSaturday and spied a bag full of
garbage lying in the road on top of
e overpass. This person, who
1 Iappened to be in' a hurry at the
me, went on toward Highland
iew, making a mental note' to at
6ast stop and kick the garbage over
"ito the ditch if the bag was still



Weapons Pr
The now much-publicized test-
i. Aing grounds for many U.S. made
weapons in the Lebanon conflict
Should lay to rest some of the
k Complaints Americans hear every
iday about the sorry performance of,
.':weapons now being made in the
'. ,United States.



Good Showhv-r
Again, people in and
around Port St. Joe have seen a
fine, patriotism-inspiring fire-
works display on July 4 which
would inake any community
proud of its'- part in the annual
celebration 6f our nation's
,I': birthday.,
The fireworks display Sun-
day night- to mark 'the July 4
holiday would not have to take a
back seat to many displays
when it comes down to grading.
., Judging from the crowd
which attended the display and
the heavy concentration of
observers' in parked cars all the
hv, way to Oak Grove, we suspect
the people appreciated the
show and will welcome it back
next year.




Our Relatives

THINGS WERE HECTIC down at pla
our house last week. We had visitors. fro
ots of visitors. All relatives and most
f them a long way from home. the
There were sisters, a brother, fou
., in-laws, oit-laws, cousins, neices, ne-
gi'- hews, brothers-in-law, aunts and
nephews.
'-" : All this was in addition to our own
*' drowd of daughters, sons, grandchil-
dren and daughters and sons-in-law.
: At meal time, it looked like the
inch room at Port St. Joe High School,
with a noise level nearly to match.

: ALL OF THIS activity was brought
i,", about two years ago when Frenchie
'' happened to mention to one of her
'sters we were visiting that the family extr
ought to get together some time. "We plac
Can even do it at our house", she afte
'" agnanimously and expansively offer- was
; d. They took her up on it. mor
: They started arriving on Friday, ovel
June 25 and they kept coming until the
Thursday prior to the fourth. I thought a w
they would never quit coming. Every begin
time a new batch would arrive, I'd go I ca
in the house and get a tighter grip on sat
mty pillow and spray my scent on my
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5ove Superior

Most of, the world seemed to be -
surprised that the handful of Israe-
li's could take the superior Ameri-
can made weapons and make hash a
out of the highly publicized "super-
ior Russian ,fighting machines",
supplied to the Syirians and the PLO.
While we never bought the I IL
argument the American made
equipment would fall to pieces when I love sleep without
.... ,. There has never be
put to the test, nid.' we going,m taken that I know
to rest complacent i attitude there is one, I'll bel
that our weapomrynwt been :-majority of men wou
thatourweapye ee tisn, I't
tested capable for the task of routing same thing. It's
the Russian wa"r machine. predict what the won
Even though the Israelis shot say.
down' Russian made plane after Dreams, they tell i
plane and made useless, squadrons result of your sub
plane mind working wh
ofianti-air missiles,. we don't labor conscious mind is E
under the illiision that the American this is so, aid I don't
machine can, keep 'the Russians at had just as soon my
bay simply because their weapons scious mind went to s
don't.measure tup. the rest .of me.
don't measure up. particularly like on
Then, only the Russians. know if me resting and the o
they have truly beenfurnishing the working.
Middle Eastern countries a true They also tell m(
production model in any of the are a result of inforrn
machines. They may be keeping the subconscious mind h,
up during waking ho
"good stuff" for themselves rather is amazing, to say th
than let its capability leak to the can't remember picti
world as being superior or inferior, self in a gunfight wi


Thus far, the testing has shown
America to have by far the best of
weaponry, as we have always had.


that shoots rubber
which barely roll
barrel while the peo|
ing at me have rea


A MAN 'S WORLD
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Sleep Witho


BY SHAD PHANTRY Drea


me, are a
conscious
ile your
sleep. If
doubt it, I
y subcon-
sleep with
I -don't
e part of
other part

e dreams
nation the
as picked
urs. That
e least! I
ring my-
ith a gun
r bullets
out the
ple shoot-
I bullets.


Better yet is the one where I'm
tin.a wet ditch and an unde-
finetl monster'is after me and
.':I'anl,'desperately 'trying -to
limbb the side of the ditch, but
the :mud& is slick and I keep
sliding back down. This is a
reocurring dream and, come
to think of it, that monster is


begin
more
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available, and the creditors
are surrounding my house
demanding payment or my
appearance before a firing
squad. The dreams continue
ou t with my children crying for
food and there is none avail-
able. Then, to add pudding to
mU C the birthday cake, my in-laws
I.i suddenly arrive for an unex-
pected visit. They are con-
fronted by a collection agent
ning to look more and in the driveway. The children
like my mother-in-law. hopefuqly say, "Maybe Ma-
S* maw and Papaw brought
w Worst dream is the one some food."
rnin m ih In 'this -


Lkllvql 1111% Illy JUy U. in Un
dream, I have suddenly lost
my job (no reason given) and
cast into the harsh, cruel
world. There are no other jobs


Lighthouse


Dear Editor,
Approximately twenty (20)
years ago the United States
Government offered forty (40)
acres of.prime property front-
ing on the Gull of Mexico
FREE to the Gulf County
Commission. All the Gulf
County Commission had to do
to acquire this valuable real
estate was to formulate a plan
for '"public use" of the pro-
perty and present the plan to
the proper authorities in
Washington, D.C.


The Gulf County Commis-
sioners promptly appointed a
committee,.of which I was a
Member, to draw up the'plans
to utilize this property 'as a
public park. In approximately
three (3) months- the commit-
tee completed the plan and
presented it to the Gulf County
Commission who apparently
did nothing with it. Since that
time I have inquired about the
whereabouts of that plan and
have been told by George Y.
Core that the plan has been
"lost".


Not all dreams are bad,
However, some can cause
serious problems, especially if
one tends to talk about them


while asleep, as I often do.
Many times I have awakened
wide-eyed, and in a cold sweat
wondering if I had been
talking in my sleep.
I have discovered a perfect
cover for this problem. About
once a month when I awaken
during the night, I will lie very
still and then start talking. My
conversation will go some-
thing like this: "Joan, Joan,
please my .dear, you must
stop! Oh, Joan, I cannot do
this...Why? Surely you must
know by now, I'm desperately
in love with my wife."
Desperate circumstances call
for desperate measures. I still
prefer sleep without dreams.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR...


Four or five years ago the
federal Government again of-
Sfered the same forty (40) acre
tract of land located at Beacon
Hill to the Gulf County Com-
mission who again promptly
appointed another committee,
of -which I was not a member,
to formulate another plan for
the "public use" of this
property! Since that time I
have made periodic inquiries
to the Gulf County Commis-
sioners and to Billy Joe Rish,
County Attorney, as to the


status of this property.
Recently I have read in a
newspaper that the Federal
Government is now going to
sell surplus real estate to
private individuals!
I cannot understand why the
Gulf County Commissioners
have not taken the necessary
steps to acquire the Beacon
Hill Lighthouse property for
the use of the public.
Sincerely,
Sally Malone


Just Kept On Coming, and Coming, and Coming for Dinner


ace in the bed in our bedroom to keep
m being crowded out.
We started setting extra.places at
' table Saturday, the week before the
irth. when we started out with only 10


started coming in There was the
Williamsons from Spokane, Washing-
ton and the Francours from St. Paul,
Minnesota, who flew in Friday night.
Saturday, mother-in-law Wooden


ETAOIN SHRDLU


ra places. As the hours passed, the
ces at the table grew. Saturday
rnoon, the week before the fourth, it
barbecued chicken for 50 and still
'e to come before the week was
r
As a matter of fact, on the Saturday
eek before the fourth, we were just
inning. On Saturday, July 3, as best
n count, there were at least 71 who
down to the table.
The ones who were far away


By: Wesley R. Ram


arrived along with two families of Holts
from Warner Robins, Ga. Then there
were the Greshams from Macon, Ga.,
the McKenzies from Covington, Ga.,
the Crowes from Stone Mountain, Ga.,
the Griffins from Perry, Ga., more
Griffins from Pensacola, Woodens from
Perry, Ga.. Szabos from Youngstown,
Ohio, the Najas from Atlanta and I'm
sure there were more I didn't even see
or get to meet.


THIS WAS THE first time in about
10 years or more all the sisters and the
brother in Frenchie's family had been
together and they did it at our house
and in the immediate vicinity.







isey,


As the week wound down the crowd
grew until, we probably had the
population increased by at :least 25
percent in Port St. Joe for, a short time.
During that week, the grocery bill
soared along- with the temperature,-
which also caused the electric bill to
go bullish keeping those Yankees and
western high country dwellers reason-
ably cool. When we visited them, they
kept us cool, too. The westerners took
us up a mountain to walk in the snow


iand the yankees took us to the back
yard where'a nice breeze was blowing.
How could we do any different?

THOSE FOLKS ate 30 chickens, 40
pounds of shrimp, about 30 pounds of
fish, umteen hamburgers, dozens of
eggs and two gophers.
.This took care df twolmeals.
I know my neighbors, Bill Rich, Bill
White, John Miller and Walter Duren
are',glad they have now all gone home.
They put up with a lot for 10 days and
they deserve a rest. I want to warn
them, though, I intend to'get the gang.
back again just as soon as they will all
come.

HARDLY ANYONE SAID a word
about the fact they received three
four-page sections in the paper two
weeks ago. That isn't the normal thing
with this wonderful newspaper. You
usually get your paper in eight-page
sections or less. But not four pages less,
as a rule.
The reason for all that wealth of
sections was because half of our
newspaper press was out of service that


week. About a month ago, a bubble'
erupted on the bottom left hand corner
, of.the section which prints page six.
Since this is normally a hard, dirty job:
to change a blanket, Willie put it off just
as long as he could.
Two weeks ago, he decided onei
Monday morning to change the offend-
ing blanket. Before. he could get the
blanket clamp undone, it was time to,
print the paper, so he had to go ahead
and print it in four-page 'sections and
put them together by hand.
It finally took a 30-ton press to get.
the clamp loose, after the press section
was dismantled and the tubular unit
which contained the blanket and the
stuck clamp, were removed from the
press. The thing was truly stuck.
Things have all been re-newed,
lubricated, re-adjusted, cleaned up,
and replaced now and both units are
clicking merrily along as they should.
The only lesson we learned out of
the operation was never to start
another blanket change on Monday.
They will, in the future, be started on
Thursday, to allow for plenty of time for
repairs if we happen to run across
another stuck clamp.


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


mean water line.


July 8
Julyl9
July 10
July 11
July 12
July 13
July 14
July 15


High Ht. Low HL
1316 1.7 2352 .0
1351 1.6
1421 1.5 20 .1
1448 1.4 42 .1
1503 1.3 53 .3
1043 1.0 33 .5
2320 .6
827 1.1 1830 .5
812 1.3 18l20


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AW VWS William H. Ramsey Production Supt. AT PORT ST JOE, FLORIDA
S Frenchie L Ramsey ........... Office Manager He spou word Is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word
renle L Ramsey ............... ice Manaer barely asserts; th. printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word Is lost;: the printed word remains.
Shirley K. Ramsey ................... Typesetter
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Credit for



Up Trash

lying in the road when they returned
in what was to be just a couple of
minutes.
When the individual came back
by, about five minutes later, there
was a driver of a St. Joe Paper
Company trash truck stopped in the
road, picking up the bag of garbage.
He tossed into his truck, got back in
and went on his way, presumably to
the dump to place his load in the land
fill.
It doesn't take much effort to
foul up the countryside. Just a quick
flick of the wrist and a disdainful
turn of the back on what has been
left behind for someone else to clean
up.
It does take considerable for a
person to stop and clean up the mess
someone else has made. We're glad
there 'are still people around who-
will do that. If it were not for the
volunteers, we would all be in
trouble.
Neither we nor the story teller
know who the driver of the dumpster '
was, but we both feel he needs to
have his tale told if only .'to
encourage others ..to imitate his
actions if the same situation should
arise in the future.








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This is the time of year when
,a number of trees are lost due
to lightning.
Lightning injuries to trees
are extremely variable and
appear to be governed by the
voltage of the charge, the
moisture content of the part


struck, and the species of tree
involved.
The woody parts of the tree
may be completely shattered,
then may burn A thin strip of
bark parallel to the wood
fibers down the entire length
of the trunk may be burned or


stripped off, the internal tis-
sue may be severely burned
without external evidence, or
part or all of the roots may be
killed. The upper trunk and
'branches of evergreens may
be killed outright, while the
lower portions remain unaf-


EXTENSION NOTES:

Lightning Tough

On Some Trees

By Roy Lee Carter County Extension Director


fected. In crowded groves,
trees close to the one directly
hit may also die. In many
cases, grass and other vegeta-
tion growing near the stricken
trunk will be killed.
So-called "Hot Bolts" with
temperatures over 25,000 de-
grees Fahrenheit will make an
entire tree burst into flames,
while "cold" lightning- can
make it literally explode' as it
strikes at, 20,000 miles 'per
second. On occasion, .both
types fail to cause apparent
damage, but months later the
tree dies from burned roots
and internal tissue damage.
Tall trees or those growing
alone in open areas, and.trees
with roots in moist soils or
those growing along bodies of


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1982


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water, are most likely to be
struck.. Though no species of
tree is totally immune, some
are definitely more resistant
to lightning bolts than others.
Birch, for example, is rarely
struck, whereas elm, maple,
oak and pine are commonly
hit. The reason for the wide
variation in siusceptibility is
not clear.
Some, authorities attribute
the variation to the composi-
tion of the trees. Trees high in
oils (Birch and Beech) are
poor conductors of electricity,
whereas trees high in ,starch
content iash, maple, and oak)
are good conductors In addi-
tion, deep-rooted or decaying
trees appear to be more
subject to attack than are
shallow-rooted or healthy
trees
It is commonly believed that
lightning never strikes twice
in the same place. This is not
true for trees have been struck
by lightning as many as seven
times, judging from the scars
on their trunk.
Inspect an injured tree
carefully before any attempt
is made to fix the damage.
'Many trees are severely'in-
jured internally or below
ground despite the absence of
external symptoms and will
soon die regardless of treat-
ment Consequently, expen-
sive treatments should not be
undertaken until the tree
appears to be making a good
recovery.
Where external damage is
not great or where the tree is
particularly valuable, several
immediate measures are jus-
tifiable. Some benefit is de-
rived by tacking on covering
with burlap any long thin
pieces of bark that have been
split or lifted from the sap-
wood. Shattered limbs and
torn bark should be removed
carefully and open surfaces
dressed. In addition, the tree
should be fertilized to stimu-
late vigorous growth.


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Monday night, the St. Joe team had its first game rained
out. Tuesday night, the team went back and met Marianna in
a continuation of their first round, only to lose, 11-0. The team
was to return to Marianna Wednesday night to meet Malone.
Malone lost to Tri-City Monday night, 12-2. Blountstown drew

OBITUARIES:

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a bye in the first round of play.
The team, shown in the picture above, are, left to right,
front row: Coach Billy Dixson, John Smith, Mark Costin, Tim
Wilder, Tommy Johnson, Stacy Strickland and Joey
Williams. Back row, left to right: coach Daryal Strickland,
Warren Renfro, William J. Rish, Jr., Joe Norton, Robert
Harris, Kevin Griffin, Billy Dixson and coach Buddy Renfro.
Not present for the picture were: James McQualg, John
Cannon, Darin Callaway and Carlos Julius. -Star photo

Revival Service

Death Starts Monday
Revival services will begin
Monday in Gulf Pines Hospital at Philadelphia Primitive
following an extended illness. Baptist Church on Monday
She was a lifelong resident of evening, July 12th, 'at 7:30
Port St. Joe. She was a p.m. nightly. The Rev. R.-N.
member of the Highland View Gooden of St. Mary Primitive
Baptist Church, and a home- Baptist Church in Tallahassee
maker. will preach the entire week.
Survivors include: her hus- The pastor, Rev. G. H.
band, Noah Allen of Port St. Wilson, invites the community
Joe; two sons, Larry Dean to come out and take part in
Allen of Port St. Joe,' and these spiritual services.
3ruce Allen of Port St. Joe;
hree daughters, Ima Jean Fu e al
White, Sue Ann Kennington, unera
and Clara Allen, all of Port St.
Joe; three brothers, James T d
Laurimore and Ellis Lauri- uesda
more, both of Port St Joe, and
George Laurimore of Wewa- for Cau
hitthka; two sisters, Clara fausey
Gay of Pensacola, and Emma Hartford i Mobil) Causey,
Butler of Blountstown; and 69, of Wewahitchka, died
eight grandchildren. suddenly Sunday in Port St.
Funeral services were held Joe. Hewas a lifelong resident
Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. at the of the Gulf County area. He
-lighland View Baptist was a well driller for many
Church, conducted by the Rev years.
Jerry Register. Interment fol- Survivors include: two sons,
owed at the family plot, Holly Jimmy Causey of Monk's
Hill Cemetery. Comer, S.C and Lamar Cau-
All services were under the sey of White City; four bro-
direction of the Comforter others, Clarence W. Causey of.
Funeral Home. White City, Charlie Causey'of
Former Resident Perry, LeRoy Causey of White
City, and Edgar .Causey of
S Dalkeith; two, sisters, Mary
Dies Sudden ly Carroll of Greenville, and
Dora Dykes 'of' Oak Groye;
Mr Leslie Howard Barker, and two grandchildren.'
Sr., 72, died recently after a Funeral services were held
brief illness. He had lived in-, Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. at the
Port St. Joe for several years White City Baptist Church,
before moving to Plant City. conducted by the Rev. James
He is survived by: his wife, Pate. Interment followed in
Adelaide Barker: two daught-' the family plot, Jehu Ceme-
ers, Thelma and Anita; and tery.
sons, Leslie, Jr and Billy. All services were under the
Services and burial were direction of Comforter Fu-
held in Plant City. For addi- neral Home, 'Port St. Joe.
tional information and addres-
ses, contact Gilmore Funeral
Home.

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PAGE FOIJiI THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JuLY 8. 1982


tKatrina Daniels
C Miss Katrina Daniels, center, was honored with
tupperware shower Tuesday, June 29, at the Pentecosta
| Holiness Church social hall. Miss Daniel will become th
bride of Mark Wester. Hostesses for the affair were Mr;
Renee Reeves and Mrs. Donna Walker. '


Feted with Shower


Shown in the photo above, left to right are: Mrs. Reeves,
Mrs. Wester, grandmother of the groom-elect; the honoree,
Katrina Daniels, mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. Norris
Daniel and Mrs. Walker. -Star photo


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June 29th visiting and party-
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Rachel is the daughter of Gene
and Donna McCroan, and the
paternal granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Barney
McCroan, and the maternal
granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Rudy Richards.
Rachel had a "Smurf" party
at her baby-sitters' home, Mr.
aid' Mrs. Grady Keels, with
- 'herfriends: Brian Simon, J. J.
Hattaway, Casie Williams,
Kimberly Lamberson, Jessica
White, Mary Ruth Woods, and
Joshua Hersey.


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Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Preston Wingate of Port St. Joe an-
nounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their
daughter, Cynthia Dawn, to Mr. James Lee Dominey Ellzey.
His parents are Mrs. and the late Mr. Robert H. Ellzey, Sr. of
Port St. Joe.
Cindy is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie J.
Wood of Burgess Creek. Lee is the grandson of Mrs. and the
late Mr. James Lee Dominey of Malone.
The prospective bride graduated from Port St. Joe High
School in 1980 and from Gulf Coast Community College with an
Associate of Science degree in Mental Health/Human Services
Technology. She is presently employed at Cherry Hill Day
Care Center in Panama City.
The prospective bridegroom graduated from Panama City
Christian School in 1978. He is currently in his senior year at
Auburn University where he is majoring in Personnel
Management/Industrial Relations. He is a member of the
Delta Sigma Phi social fraternity.
B The wedding is planned for August 28 at 5:00 p.m. at the
Beach Baptist Chapel on St. Joe Beach.
No local invitations are being sent but all friends and
relatives of the couple are invited to attend.


THIE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY', JULY' 8. 1982


The Saint Joseph's Bay

Beard, Shirah
Final Plans Told
Miss Beverly Claryce Beard
an Mr. Donald Thomas Shi-
i rahi will be married on Friday,
July 9, at half past seven in the
evening at the First United
Methodist Church. Rev. Jim-
my Spikes will conduct the
wedding ceremony.
Miss Beard is the daughter
of:Mrs. Louise Beard of Port
St. Joe, and Mr. Charles F.
Beard of Panama City.
Mr. Shirah is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Ralph Shirah, Sr.
of Port St. Joe.
SAll friends and relatives are
. invited to.,attend the wedding
and reception.


PAGE FOUR


Biggs Wins

Poetry

Contest
Margaret Key Biggs, Gulf
County, is the Grand Prize
winner of the coveted YOU BE
THE JUDGE contest sponsor-
ed by the Crossroads Literary
Agency of Carrollton, Texas.
The contest was held at the
national. convention of the
,National Federation of State
Poetry Societies the last week
in June in Memphis, Tennes-
see.
.Unlike other contests whose
Winners are selected by a
single judge, the poets them-
selves vote on the best poem.
Biggs won the Grand Prize.
and a check for fifty dollars
for her. poem, "From the
Womanflower," her lead
poem for a chapbook to be
released by Adastra Press in
,Massachusetts this fall.
- "Zinita Fowler of Crossroads
told convention poets from the
50 states as well as those from
New Zealand, Australia, and
many countries in Europe that
Biggs was the clear winner
with no real competition for
first place.
During the banquet of the
apex meeting, Biggs was
asked to sit at the head table
by' NFSPS President, Dr.
Wauneta Hackleman who
noted Biggs' accomplish-
ments and contributions to
,poetry.


evening.'
Hostesses for the occasion were, Mrs. Joe
Fortner, Mrs. Marvin Land, Mrs. Phillip
Lewis, Mrs. Everette Owens, Mrs. Robert
Heacock, Mrs. Bill Brown, Mrs. Fred.Allen,
Mrs. James Summers, Mrs. James Tankers-
ley, Mrs. Waylon Graham and Mrs. Billy
Barlow. ---Star photo


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Chapter of A.A.R.P. will meet
this Monday, July 12 at the
Union Hall in Port St. Joe.
The hostesses will be Mrs.
'0. K. Ivey, Miss Claire
Hutchings, Mrs. Margaret
Pridgeon, and Mrs. Emmy
Donat. A special program has
been arranged by Ray Lopez,
who is acting Program Chair-
man in place of the vacation-
ing Stiles Brown. The pro-
gram will feature Jayne Sears
of Nervig Travel Agency. Mrs.
David Fernandez will also
sing.
All members are urged to
attend and bring a friend.



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^ Jan Maria Clenney of Port a recent graduate of Port
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University. The announce- Each year the George
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Bridal Shower Honors


Miss Beverly Beard


Miss Beverly Beard, above, center, was
the inspiration for a bridal shower at the First
United Methodist Church social hall Tuesday
night of last week. Miss Beard is shown above
with her mother, Mrs. Louise Beard and the
groom-elect's mother, Mrs. Ralph Shirah,
right, as they admire one of the many gifts
presented the bridal couple during the


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1982


Class of 1962
The Port St. Joe High School graduating class of 1962 met here in Port
Joe during the July 4 week end for a picnic at the State Park on St. Josi
Peninsula and a dinner party at the St. Joseph Bay Country Club Saturday ni

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two evening class describes
basic financial statements and
shows how to evaluate them
and then. use the data to
develop plans and financial
projections for the coming
year.

LOST
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hitchka State Bank.
: Return to The Star. A
reward is offered. Per-
sonal pictures are in this
book.


The seminar is cosponsored
by the local Chamber of
Commerce and the Small
Business Administration. It
will be held W Room 106 of the
Learning Resource Center at
GCCC from 6:30 until 9:30
p.m. on July 21 and 22.
There is no charge. Small
business owners and other
persons desiring to under-
stand financial statements are
welcome. To pre-register, call
the Small Business Develop-
ment Center at 763-0378.

WinsBond
The winner of the $100
Savings Bond given away by
the VFW on July 4th was
Roger Beasley,- 1206 Palm
Blvd., Port St. Joe.


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St. of last week. About half of the class of 63'graduates showed up for the reunion
eph festivities. Shown above are a portion of the classmates and their spouses at the
ght Country Club Saturday evening, where they enjoyed socializing together.


"DIRECTION"

Concert at Nazarene


Church
In concert from Nashville,
Tennessee is a group that you
will want to hear. In its sixth
year of existence representing
Trevecca Nazarene College,
"DIRECTION" has already
sung to thousands of people
across the Southeast.
The group members, Danny
-Bunnelle of Madison, Tennes-
see; April Gentry of Hopkins-
ville, Kentucky; and, Parh
Jenkins of Clarksdale, Missis-
sippi, are not only talented
musically, but each carries a
concern that they may be able


Tonight
to share their Christian faith
with those they. meet. Their
personalities shine -throdh
the warm style of their music.
Under the training of Fr'ed
Mund, Chairman, Music De-
-partment, DIRECTION tra-
vels each weekend of the
school term plus three extend-
ed tours throughout the year.
DIRECTION is. under the
supervision of Pleais Hamp-
ton, Director of Development-
Church Relations.
You will, not want to miss
DIRECTION at the Nazarene


at 7:00
Church on Long Avenue and
Niles Road, across from the
High School, Thursday night
,(tonight), at 7 p.m. Plan to
invite your friends to the
concert and be there to share
in a warm time of praise.
DIRECTION may be sche-
duled for concerts by calling
Gary Wallace, Trevecca Na-
zarene College, (615) 248-1320.


Mr. and Mrs. John D. Lee,
Jr. are proud to announce the
birth of their son, David Evan,
born June 20, at Gulf Coast
Community Hospital. David
weighed 7 lbs. He gave his
father an extra delight by
being born on Father's Day.


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His grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. John D. Lee, Sr., and
Mr. and Mrs. Francis :T.
Kirkland of Port St. Joe. His
great-grandparents are Mrs.
Maude Burch of Grand Ridge,
and Mrs. Bernice Parker of
Headland, Alabama.
David was welcomed home
with a shower in 'his honor
given by Mrs. Linda Dupree,
and Miss Terri Gilley on June
25. He had many friends to
come by and received many
beautiful and useful gifts. His
many friends enjoyed a beau-
tifully decorated cake made
by Mrs. Robert Montgomery.

Pvt. Taylor'

Completes Camp
Marine Pvt. James H. Tay-
lor, Jr., son of Barbara A.
Taylor of Port St. Joe, has
completed recruit training at
the Marine Corps Recruit
Depot, Parris Island, SC.
During the 11-week training
cycle, he learned the basics of
battlefield survival. He was
introduced to the typical daily
routine that he will experience
during, his enlistment and
studied the, personal and pro-
fessional standards tradi-
tionially exhibited by Marines.
He participated in an active
physical conditioning pro-
gram and gained proficiency
in a variety of military skills,
including first aid, rifle
marksmanship and close
order drill. Teamwork and
self-discipline were empha-
sized throughout the training
cycle.

Meet Cancelled
The July 12 Port Authority
meeting has been cancelled.
The next regular meeting
will be held on August 9,


Prospective Minister of


Music at lst Baptist Sun.
Gary Schaefer will be at the lunch, and meet Mr. Schaeffer and his fiance.
First Baptist Church Sunday,
July 11. He hasbeen.invited to
come as a prospective Mini- Weeks Feed and Seed
ster of Music and Youth and
will be in charge of all music East River Road 2 Wewahitchka, Florid
for the day. (Across from the Foodball Field)
Mr. Schaefer is a graduate Open Monday thru Saturday
of Mobile College, Mobile, Al.
and holds'a Masters Degree in 7:30 to 5:30
Church Music from South- Purina Feeds Amdro Fire Ant Kilk
western Baptist Theological Purina Feeds Amdro Fire Ant Kil
Seminary. He has served Phone 639-5524
churches in Tennessee and
Alabama and is presently
Interim Minister of Music at
Westlawn Baptist Church in
Mobile. First
The prospective Music and Presbyterian Churcl
Youth candidate ii engaged to Pr s teri C ur
be married July 24 to Miss re C r i
Paula Cherry of Mobile. Miss Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Cherry holds a degree in Phone 227-1756
Early Childhood Education SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 10:00 /
and has been teaching in the ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ........ 11:00 /
Mobile County School System Study In the Gospels, Wednesday 7:00-7:45
for four years. She is an
accomplished musician, solo- Welcome to Everyone
ist, and is a member of
Cottage Hill Baptist Church at JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Mobile. Phone 229.6057
The church has scheduled
dinner on the grounds for the
day. Everyone, is invited to
attend services and stay for
G uidncThe First
Guidance Pentecostat Holiness Churcl

Directors
2001 GARRISON AVE. PORT ST. JOE
To M eet Invites You to Worship with Them
The Board of Directors of Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
the CGulf County Guidance SERVICES
Clinic, Inc. will hold its SUNDAY SCHOOL .................. 9:45A
regularly scheduled meeting MORNING WORSHIP ......... ........ 11:00
on Tuesday, July 13, at 7:00 EVENING WORSHIP .................. 7:00 1
p.m. (E.D.T.).. The meeting WEDNESDAY NIGHT .................... 7:00 F
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Conference Room at 311 Wil-
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. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1982


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Kristi, 4 and Leigh, 2, Ashley and Ryan 3 months, Bill, 8, and Eric, 5, sons of Amy, 3% and Bryan, 1%, Becky, 5 months, daughter
daughters of Steve and Pam twin sons of Arden and Susan Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ramsey, children of Fred and Brenda of Dwayne and Judy Brant,
Lawrence, 1034 Woodward. Stephens, 1604 Garrison Ave. 1619 Palm Blvd. Goebert, 809 20th St. 509 10th St.


SAngela, 8, and Amy, 13 mon-
ths, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph St. Clair.


Gretchen Lea, 22 months,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Stevens, St. Joe Beach.


Krista Leigh, 22 months,
daughter of Barry and Jan
Nobles, 525 8th St.


Samantha, 15 months,
daughter of David and Susie
Ambrose, 122 Bellamy Circle.


April Allen, 8, daughter of
Bruce Alien and Joy Hebert.


Check Your Car Before Taking A rip


Despite higher fuel prices,
the automobile is expected to
remain the most popular
means of transportation for
the American family on vaca-
tion in 1982 said the Florida
Highway Patrol recently,
Colonel Eldrige Beach, Pa-
trol director said, "Before you
go on vacation this summer,
S -sure to have your vehicle
serviced and checked: tires,
-Ikes, exhaust system, fan
~fets,. fluid levels; battery,
hoses, fuel line, lights, wind-

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shield wipers and safety
belts."
He continued, "Pack a tool
kit, flashlight with fresh bat-
teries, pliers, a screwdriver,
electrical tape for fixing wir-
ing and hoses temporarily,
battery jumper cables, a fire
extinguisher, flares and day-
light reflectors. Make sure the
jack is in working order. Also
have a good first aid kit. Being
ready for an emergency is half
. the battle."


Other tips include keeping
your safety belt buckled and
put infants in proper restraint
devices. Obey the 55 mph
speed limit. Fuel efficiency is
from ten to 30 percent better
at 55 mph'than at 70 mph and
tests show that in a collision,
the chances of getting killed
are doubled with each ten
mires of speed over 55 mph.
Take a break when you feel
tired or sleepy. Don't try tc
push yourself or your vehicle


GCCC ToObserve


Academic ,

ward, 25th Anniversary
iMark SCleehansak asr Gulf Coast Community Col-. A special tabloid will appear
c maor a ] ",l q Meg vil '#V etl bratf"ts '25th' in the Panainma Cit News-
Stat College, has received the Anniversary this year and Herald highlighting the many
Academic Award for the Souith elaborate plans have been programs and activities avail-
-Atlantic Conference, accord- made for the celebration. able through the college.
ing to VSC's baseball coach The college's Silver-Anni- A video-tape documentary
Tommyv Thomas. versary seal will appear on has been filmed by the 200
**An Academic Award for official correspondence, the Group (Sun Cable 6) that
bach sport is given every year college catalog and other portrays the total spectrum of
Sy the South Atantic Confer- printed materials at GCCC programs at Gulf Coast Com-
ence, said Thomas, and throughout the year. The seal munity College.
Schanback won it for baseball will also be displayed on A campus-community birth-
Son-of Mr. and Mrs. George patches on all Commodore day party will take place on
S., Schanback of Mexico and Lady Commodore athletic Sept. 18, sponsored by several
Beach, his grade point aver- uniforms, community civic clubs and
age fortheyearwas 3.67outof Two GCCC Foundation spearheaded by the Panama
a possible 4. He is president of scholarships have been crea- City Jaycees. This will feature
Alpha Chi honor society and ted for the winners in an essay many exciting events and
sergeant at arms fbr Delta Chi contest on the topic "Why I displays and lots of good
fraternity. Want to Attend Gulf Coast things to eat and drink.
Schanback has played on Community College." The GCCC Foundation will
the Blazer team at VCS for Several local businesses will throw a lavish, black tie party
two years and made the be sponsoring birthday cards as a fundraiser on the evening
National Dean's List. He is a in the form of billboards before, Sept. 17, to officially
aduate of Gorgonio High throughout the month of Sep- kickoff the commemorative
School. San-Bernandino, Calif. member weekend as GCCC first open-
ed its classrooms on Sept. 17,
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Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. .. ..... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ......... .. 6:00P.M.
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WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M
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Redeem

Stamps
Insured savings and loan
institutions are now allowed to
redeem food stamps from
authorized retailers and
wholesalers in the same man-
ner as banks have in the past,
according to Ms. Cherie Mor-
ris, Southeast regional di-.
rector of the food stamp and
other family nutrition pro-
grams.
Ms. Morris said the provi-
sion was authorized by an
amendment to the Food
Stamp Act and is effective
immediately. Prior to the"
amendment, only banks were
permitted to redeem food
stamps from authorized re-
tailers and wholesalers.
She added that the amend-
ment requires that financial
institutions accepting food
stamps for redemption must
be insured by the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corpora-
tion (FDIC)or the Federal
Savings and Loan Insurance
Corporation (FSLIC).
For more information on the
new provision, Ms. Morris
suggested calling the nearest
Food and Nutrition Service
field office or the Southeast
regional office at 1100 Spring
St., N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 30367,
phone (404) 881-2890.

"Behind an able man there
are always other able men."
SChinese Proverb


too far in one day. If you leave
the load before dark, it will be
easier to find food and ac-
comodations. Drive defensive-
ly. Expect the other driver to
make mistakes and be pre-
pared to react quickly. Antici-
pate when you must speed up


or slow down by keeping
plenty of room between you
and the car ahead. It will save
wear and tear on the brakes
and save fuel.
Colonel Beach concluded by
adding an extra word of
caution for small car drivers,


"Occupants of smaller cars
are eight times more likely to
be injured than the passengers
of larger cars in a crash. The
mix of different sizes of
vehicles on the road makes it
wise for the driver of a small
car to be especially alert.


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1601 LONG AVENUE
MARK DONNELL
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: Khallah, 4, Bobby, 2, and
.Andrea, 9 months, children of
:-Brenda V. Hill, 208 Ave. C.


: Jason, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart L. Shodf of-St. Joe
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Gulf County Commnission


purchase it. house and were working on the
STax Collector Eda Ruth proposals. a
Taylor requested the Board Upon motion by Comm. u
authorize the Tax Collector to Tankersley, second by Comm. v
mail tag renewal notices. Money, and unanimous vote, 's
After discussion, Comm. Tan- the Board approved a resolu-
kerslev moved the' Board tion approving a supplemental
authorize the maihng 'of tag 'budget for the Fine and b
renewal notices, ;Comm. Forfeiture Fund: j


The Board of County Corm- Birmingham seconded the
missioners of Gulf County, motion and it passed urnani-
Florida, met May 11, 1982 m mously.
regular session with the' fol- Tax Collector Eda Ruth
lowing members present: Taylor reported that some
Chairman Jimmy 0. Gort- occupational licenses were not
man, James L. Tankersley, being renewed and that she
Douglas C. Birmingham, Eld- wasn't sure who had enforce-
ridge Money, and William R. ment authority. She also
Branch. Others present were: stated that this was a minor
Attorney William J. Rish, source of revenue to the
Clerk Jerry Gates, Deputy Board, but involved a lot of
Clerk Maurell Cumbie, Mos- expense. Comm. Birmingham
quito -Control Director Doug suggested the Board consider
Kent, and Bailiff Bill Lamar. doing away with the occupa-
The meeting came to order tional licenses to give the
at 9:00 a.m. businesses some tax relief
Chairman Gortman opened since businesses had been hit-
the meeting with prayer and hard by ad valorem taxes with
the Clerk led the pledge of the increase in .the homestead
allegiance to the flag. exemption for homeowners.
G. L. Kennington requested After 'general discussion,
the Board open a dedicated Comm. Birmingham made a
alley between 5th and 6th motion the Board table this
..Street in Beacon Hill Subdivi- matter for study. Comm.
vision. Mr. Kennington stated Tankersley seconded the mo-
this needed to be done.in order tion and it passed -unani-
jfor property owners to have mously.
access to their property and to Upon recommendation by
provide access for garbage Supervisor of Elections Cora
tr-ucks, ambulances, and fire Sue Robinsorn, Comm. Branch
i'iucks. Comm. .Tankersley,. made.a'mtibhontostabulish"a
r-eported that'he hd 'tui-ned'in voting precinct at Howard's
a work order to open this Creek. Comm. Modey second-
>alley. Mr. Kennington also ed the motion and it passed
requested that 6th Street be unanimously. Mrs Robinson
Opened to a full fifty feet. After suggested paper ballots be
discussion, the Board instruct- used at Howard's Creek to
ed the Attorney to check on the allow her to have a back-up
'right of way width of 6th Street machine for the large pre-
in Beacon Hill.' cincts. Comm. Gortma'n
SGrady Joiner informed the stated the voting matching now
:Board of the bad condition of 'ised for back-up was pur-'
the Overstreet Road. The .chased expressly for use at the
;Board agreed with Mr: Joiner, Howard's Creek Voting Pre-
--but stated that the Overstreet cinct.
;Road was a state' highway Supervisor of Elections
'maintained by the State of Cora Sue Robinson -then in-
'Florida. formed the' Board- she would
Evan Williams, Fire Chief, present a&report on the total
7Beaches Fire Department, population'countL of tlih Indian
presented a-drawing of terita- Pass Area at the next meeting
tive plans for a fire station at and make.her recommenda-
' the Beaches. Comm. Branch tion on the establishment of a
moved-the Board have Archi- voting precinct'in-that area at
'tect Charles A. Gaskin'draw that time. ;
plans for the Beaches Fire. Supervisor of Elections
Station. :Comm. Money se- Cora, Sue Robinsbn requested
'conded the motion _,nd. it' the Board iistallliandrails for
passed unan m'osly : votinIg -precinct buildings at
Mosquito Control'. Director .'precincts 9,'10; and 11, stating,
Doug Kent reported that St. the 'City -of Port St. Joe had
Joe Land and Development "agreed to pay '.2 of the cost of
Company had tentatively, the -handrails. After discus-
agreed to lease the" Couity sion; Comm; .Birmingham
property for landfill transfer made a motion to purchase the
/ ramp sites at Overstreet'and hanidiails 'Comm. Tankersley
St. Joe Beach. seconed-.,thei m.otion-rand ,it.
Mosquito Control Director passed unanimously.
Doug 'Kent requested ,the Mrs. Robinson then re-
Board approve the purchase quested the Board repair the
from Garbage Systems and Overstreet precinct building,
Equipment, Inc. of 5 Used Commnr Branch reported that
SWACAR' sanitary landfill this would' not" be 'necessary
hauling trailers in the amount because' the fire department
of $13,950.00, said bid havingg trailer would probably be
been tabled at the April'29th ready for'use by 'the next
meeting: After discussion, election. Comm. Birmingham
Comm. Tankersley made a suggested, and'the'Chairman
motion the. Board purchase directed tliat handrails-.be
the five trailers. Comnm installed at all precincts'with'
Money seconded the motion, trailers used as polling places:
After the Clerk reported on Attorney Rish reported that
available funds, the' Board the request for use of indus-
voted, unanimously 'to pur- trials bonds for Material
chase the five. trailers from Transfer, Inc. needed to be
Capital Outlay and Federal considered at the May 26th
Revenue Sharing Funds. Board meeting.
Mosquito Control' Director The Attorney stated he is
Doug Kent reported on a letter ready to iork on drawing the
he received from Dot Hadden, ditch easement from Charles
City of Port St. Joe, concern- A. Gaskin to alleviate drain-
ing a city 'trash truck accident age problems at Fleming
resulting from a scavenger's Mini-Farms. Comm. Birming-
unattended vehicle at a land- ham .reported on the size
fill site. After discussion,, the ci4vert -the Department of
Board agreed for Mr. Kent to 'Transportation required for
designate a parking area for installation under sr71 as
scavengers at the landfill sites follows: Two 36" x 56" Cul- j
which would allow access 'to verts. County to purchase'
the users of the site.' cement for headwalls.
Mosquito Control Director Comm. Birmingham re-
Doug Kent reported he had quested the 'Clerk write a
received the Department of letter to the County Extension
Environmental '-Regulation Agent requesting assistance in f
permit for the Port St. Joe initiating a fire ant' control
Landfill site od Old Niles program to control the county- i
Tramroad which required wide fire ant problem. 0
above ground burial. The Comm. Branch made a
Board requested Mr. Kent motion to adopt a resolution
work with the Department of similar to the one adopted by
Environmental Regulation Hernando County opposing the
and the attorney to attempt to production of tactical military f
find another site requiring a equipment ,by firms of a c
less expensive method of foreign country. Comm. t
disposal. Money seconded the motion P
-Mosquito Control 'Director and it passed unanimously. '7
Doug Kent informed the Comm. Branch requested r
Board that St. Joe Telephone the County's vicious dog ordi-
and Telegraph Company had nance (No. 73-1, Adopted c
applied for a utility permit for November 13, 1973) be adver- s
Palmetto Drive and Pine tized in the Star and Breeze r
Street in Overstreet and were newspapers this week.
requesting a \ariance to in- Comm. Tankersley reported
stall underground cable in the the engineer was presently r
ditch instead of theroad. Upon working on plans for the
recommendation by Mr. Kent, Indian Pass Boat Landing.
Comm. Money made a motion Upon motion by Comm.
to approve the variance and Money, second by Comm. C
the permit. Comm. Tankers- Branch and unanimous vote, c
ley seconded the motion and it the.Board adopted a resolution I
passed unanimously. endorsing the proposed consti-
Comm. Branch instructed tutional amendment allowing t
thq Mosquito Control Director voluntary prayer in schools. .
to clean a mosquito control Comm. Gortman requested I
ditch located between the the Clerk write a letter of c
Elementary School Park and appreciation to the U.S. Corps
Seventh Street in Highland of Engineers for re-opening i
View. Corley Slough. '
Comm. Tankersley reported Comm. 'Gortman asked the
an army surplus dodge van status of the courthouse air- E
has been located, to be used by conditioning system proposal
Sthe St. Joe Ambulance Squad from Florida Power Com- t
to haul the Jaws of Life, and pany. The Clerk reported that t
stated the squad needed this engineers had reviewed the i,
Svan if funds were available to present system at the court-


amendment ard it passed
unanimously. The Board then
oted on the ordinance, pas-
ing it by unanimous vote.'.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
ourned.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1982


The Board of County Com-
missioners met May 25,1982 in
:regular session with the fol-
lowing members present:
Chairman Jimmy 0. Gort-
man, Douglas C. Birming-
ham, Eldridge Money, and
James L. Tankersley. Also
present were Clerk Jerry
Gates, Deputy Clerk Maurell
Cumbie, Attorney William J.
Rish, Mosquito Control Di-
rector Doug Kent, and Sheriff
Ken Murphy.
The meeting came to order
at 5:00 p.m Comm. Money
opened the meeting with pray-
er and Clerk Gates led the
pledge of allegiance to the
flag.
Upon motion by Comm.
Tankersley, second by Comm.
Money, and. unanimous vote,
the Board approved the min-
utes of April 27, 1982.
Upon motion by Comm.
Tankerlsey, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote
the Board approved the in-
voice of Florida Power Cor-
poration, "in the amount of
$886.88, to set two lightwatcb-
men at the courthouse.
Mrs. Cora .Sue Robinson,
Supervisor of Elections, pre-
sented boundary line draw-
ings to the county commission
for two new voting precincts,
one to be numbered' 3-A at
Howard's Creek and one to be
numbered II-A at Indian Pass.
Mrs. Cora Sue Robinson,
Supervisor of Elections, pre-
sented boundary line draw-
ings to the county commission
for two new voting precincts,
one to be numbered 3-A at
Howard's Creek and one to be
numbered 11-A at Indian Pass.
After study Comm. Birming-
ham moved the Board "ap-
prove the recommendation of
Mrs. Robinson. Comm. Money
seconded the motion and it
passed 'unanimously.
Mrs. Robinson 'told the
Board she .was aware of the
location of a"number 'of used
voting machines that could be
purchased for $100' edch.
Comm. Tankersley seconded
the motion and it' passed
unanimously.
The Board received a copy
of'a letter written by Mosquito
Cohtrol Supervisor Doug 'Kent
to the Department of Environ-
mental 'Regulation concerning
the closing of four sanitary
landfill sites. The Board in-
structed Mr. Kent to coordi-
nate these efforts with Attorn-
ey William J. Rish.
IThe Board discussed per-
sonnel policy situations as
brought to the Board's atten-
tion by Mosquito Control Su-
pervisor Doug Kent. The
Board tabled this matter until
the next 'meeting.,
The Clerk informed the
Board that the Commission
was invited to a retirement
dinner being held at Linton's
Restaurant in Wewahitchka
on Friday, May 28th at 11:00
a.m. for retired Health De-
partment employees;. Mrs.
Roberta Harden, Mr. Norb
Schweikert, and Miss Sonja
Van Bemen.
The Board received notice
that James "Benny" Roberts,
Commissioner Group III, and
Alton Fennell, Commissioner,
Group IV were elected to thd
City Commissiori of Port St.
Joe on May 12, 1982.
Upon motion by Comm.
Tankersley, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,
he Board appointed Clerk
Jerry Gates to a committee
formed by Chief Circuit Judge
Roburt I. McCrary, Jr. to
mplemenit stite assumption
of costs lor court appointed
attorneys for indigents
Comm. Money read the
Board a letter he received
from Mr. Edward Pridgeon
concerning dogs being allowed
o use the bathroom on the
public beaches in Gulf County.
The Board discussed this
matter with no action taken.
*Sheriff Ken Murphy re-
iuested the Board allow their
supervisors to work certain
prisoners for the county. The
Board agreed.
Attorney William J. Rish
'ead the morality ordinance
advertised for public hearing
it this date and time (7:00
>.m.) After public discussion,
omm. Tankersley moved the
ordinance be adopted. Comm
Money then seconded the
motion. Comm. Birmingham
hen stated he had no objec-
ions to passing the ordinance
iut, based on the 'public
comments he had received, he
vould like it put on the ballot
n September since a lot of
people would like the chance
o vote on this issue. Comm.
tirmingham then moved the
notion be amended to allow
he Board to put the issue on
he September primary ballot
n the form of a straw
non-binding) ballot. Comm.
'ankersley seconded the


For 26 years Forest
John Redmon has I
responsibility for ove
acres of Gulf County
lands; many in the Di
Foresty say, "if 1eai
can walk on water, th
Redmon can do it
tractor and plow!" Th
good a.firefighter he
Last' Friday, Jol
honored by nearly 15
fellow workers and fr
his retirement party
White City Fire Towe
the conclusion of the
ties,. District Foreste
Brooks presented Joh
20 gauge shotgun as
away gift from his
employees and friend
Redmon was raise
small farm 'near Gr
He is married to the
Frances Paulk from
bellton. The couplb-
children and have
most..of the time wh
played with the Div
Forestry at the Wh
Towersite.
When asked what
joyed most about his
career in forestry, J
plied, "It's been
work- dependable-
offs and Frances and
always been able 'to
budget to live by." 1
, this fact is that the Ri

People

Contact

Gunter
Bill Gunter, State In
Commissioner, has an
that.1144 people conta
Panama City Service
during the month o
1982.
The Service Office
in the recovery of $8
which was returned to
holders.
Citizens with quest
complaints about in
can receive assist:
calling 904-763-4601 in I
City. The office is loc
231 East 4th Stree
provides service fo
Gulf,. Franklin and
Counties.
Additionally, a repr
tive of Commissioner G
office visits Walton, G
Franklin Counties
month. A schedule
Representative can
trained from the
Judge's Office in th
spective counties.




The oldest known son
ten in English is a
called Judas. A man
of this survives fro
.13th century.


Ranger
kept the
er 80,000
's wood-
vision of
r Bryant
ien John
with a
at's.how
is!
hn was
50 of.,his
friends at
at the


six children completed school,
four of whom are college
graduates...one with a
Masters Degree.
A tribute to the Division of
Forestry and Gulf County is
John Redmon.


In

Appreciation


rsite. At God in his great wisdom
festivi- recently called home to hea-
er Jerry yen the "Liz we knew and
n with a loved. So often we hear the
a going quote, "Words cannot ex-
fel.ow, press". This statement is true
is. '.. many times, but herein we
ed on a would like to try and convey
aceiIlle. our true feelings.
E former The "Liz" we knew and
i Camp- loved always put the needs of
has. six. others ahead of herself. Giv-
resided, ing so generously of her time
while em- to help those in need; those
visionn of who were confined to hospitals
ite City' and home sick rooms; the
young and old alike all were
he en- receivers of her great love. A
job and personal check for a need in'a
John re- far away place; a dish of food
.steady to a neighbor's house in their
no lay- hour of crisis; a strong
I I have statement of love and encour-
figure,.a agement to the "Young".
Proof of Though never blessed with
edmon's children of her own, 'she
nevertheless "Mothered"
many in our community,
touching the lives of mothers,
fathers, sons and daughters
that she claimed her own. In
return of her love to them,
they affectionately referred to
her as "Aunt Liz".

Always she found time to
surance share, wiping the brow of the
nounced terminally ill; the placing of a
cted the bouquet to brighten the.day;
e Office the support of her spiritual
f June, beliefs; the local church-and
the ministries of many re-
assisted ceived her prayerful and
88,114.00 financial support. Giving with-
o policy out expecting anything in
return was her philosophy.
ons and The "Liz" we knew and
surance loved was content to settle for
nee by far less of the material wealth
Panama of this world in order to "lay
cated at up" treasures in the world
et and eternal. There is no question
r Bay, in our minds that our loss is
Walton heaven's gain.
It is our priviledge, as it is,
resenta- the priviledge of many of you,
hunter's to have and hold many pre-
'ulf and cious memories of the "Liz"
every we knew so well, appreciated
of the so much, and loved so dearly.
be ob- As we say goodbye to "Liz"
County in this earthly relationship, we
ese re- know with assurity that she
waits in peace in the world
beyond for all of her dear
friends and loved ones who
accept Jesus as Lord and
Savior and lives with expecta-
tions of that eternal life with
ig writ- im..
uscrip With love,
m the Bernard & Sammie Wester
and Family


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216 Monument Avenue. Port St. Joe Phone 227-1291


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SIs Was SALE F.E.T.
.(WiMtwall) (per t ) (pWe ti) (per tire)
P175O80R13 $62 35959 S1.78
P175,70R13 61 M44 .1.73
P185,O0R13 63 5.S 1.92
P205/7R13 71 .e95 2.14
P175/75R14 67 M.5 163
P18515R14. 68 60.95 2.04
P195/75R14 70 2.9 2.18
P205/75R14 72 .M 2.34
P205M70R14 76 67.95 2.23
P215f75R14 77 6M.5s 2.48
P225175R14 80 71.95 2.68
P205=75R15 74 66.95 247
P215f75R15 79 70.95 2.59
P225175R15 85 76.95 2.78
P235175R15 94 84.95 3.01
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Yesterday's radials just won't do for today's re-engineered
cars. The handling and styling of the
new 721 Metrix complement the newer
imports. AU-season traction delivers
Metrix performance year 'round.

Size laciuall F.E.T.
P155/80R13 354.95* $1.52
P1651o80R13 60.95 1.67
Size' Whitewall F.E.T.
P175180R13 64.0 U $1.74
P185180R13 65.95 1.91
Sie White Letter F.T.
P175170R13 $67.95 61.63
P185?70R13 89.95 1.91
P185/70R14 77.96 1.85
No trade-in needed. All rice, plus taux.
'Add 33.00 for whitewall.


HIGHLAND VIEW

METHODIST CHURCH

Corner 4th & Parker Ave:
Invites You to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .......... .. .. 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ....... ......... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... . .... .. 6:00 P.M.-
WEDNESDAY ............. 7:30 Prayer Meetings
Nursery Provided


The Sahara desert is a& large in area as the continental US.


The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue NO ,o
,p P ,Port St. Joe, Florida

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"





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Pressure Cleaning tor Grime and Mildew
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4w Hri ed fllet1odJi C/,,,.c./ -'|
Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ........ .'-.: .... .... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. ....... .... .. 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... ................. 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ....... 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ............7:30 P.M.
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District Forester, Jerry Brooks, left. Ranger John Redmon, right, on his retire-
presents a new 20-guage shotgun to Forest ment Friday. Mrs. Redmon is shown, seated.



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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fil


a. THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1982 Fishing *odeo
Plastic Can Kill Nematodeishing Set fodeo



Plastic Can Kill Nematod'es' S Monda


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INNOCENT BY REASON OF 'INSANITY
Receht'ly. we witnessed. a burden of proof from "
federal court .. jury decision a 'reasonable doubt" 0o
which will have considerable standards of a "prel
consequence.'concerning. future 'ance'.' of weight, or these
'.: trials. Ori .'June 21st;"John convincing argumem.
;'i Hinckley, Jr., was acquitted, by 'Oher legislation bei
Season of insanity; ofhis March sidered by Congress.i
30; 1981att'emptito assassinate having an equal bun
President Reagan proof for the prosecute
SAt" present, i"here are a defense, altering the or
rnuniber. of bills in-the U.S. presentation, of evident
House of Representatives which possibly'allowing jurors
s'" seek to. provide stricter notes during th'e
Sgutidelinesoni tibse'who plead proceedings. -
iinsanitil' The' substance con- C6ngress must also
'." '.-a'iriled in'all the. legislation is grips with the difficult
sirhilgir'.These bills seek to reex- defining the term "insan
amine; .and -pbssibly transfer, recent court rulnhhg ree
iti the. burde~ of p'roof and th'e the category of persons
standaid'u'sed'from the prosecu- 'ing is too broad in inte
.. io o ti'tthE"d'efense. .' ibn; thus various bill
S'At. the federal level, the been drawn up hoping I
burden of roofrf i.s on the 'linitations of the termii
, shoulders oPf tfie prosecution The verdict in the
'.'.a'd-ipresent ''law makes- It- Hinckley ha' brought th
necessary for the prosecution to -; standing controversy sui
t'' pt.ve .the. defendant. is sane ing the insamnit plea to
',' .beyonl-a reasonable doubt." sage. Now is the time I
These areitKe.sha.ckles restrain- Irom. thi verdict.,o cha
,ing ourprosecu'ling attorneys in present laws, to define t
S t. he federal court system today. "insanity", and to mo\
,' Pending: egislation ha,-the a widening avenue of i
-. "intent of transferring the burden pleas t. formulating a
Sp of proof O io'the defense in corridor for legitimate i
.-. oCrdei that the defendant must serdictir. Courts clearly
: prove'to the jury his-or hler in- allow indis idual, who It
-.. siitty.-Other possible changes violent crimes to e t our current federal criminal punishment Congres 1i
7'..' justice system would. involve now And perhaps the H
changing our standard 'for terdiit, deplored hr.


Public Notices -

BIDNO.WWP1687 file ine original *ln the clerk eo
', The City ol Port St. Joe. 'Florida. re- einner oelore serv.c, o.'n p.eli
qusit bids on four stainless steel lorney or .n.T.ed-aleil ine 'era
SaerFators Specillicalionsnaybe obtaired wise a aelaull may be rentlre
,-A... fror the City Clerk's Olfice. P Box A. you for the ieliel aemarndeda io
Pol SL Joe, Florilda 32456. Bid opening ion
I" will be held at 'the regular City Commis.
s .' t lop Meeting on July 20. 1982 WITES S r .
t, court at Poll St Joe Guil Ccu-.i
f CITY OF PORT ST. JOE. INis 29in day or Julne 1982
, (Is) LA. Farrls.,
I' C Iit2AudltorClerk 216.248 78 JERRY GATES
'- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COUP
.'-, FICriTIOUSSNAME B .r.on,a Kno, Ceul. Cie.
o... ce is neieby given thai pursuant lo
" .' Setiron' 86509. Florioa Stalules,. me
undersigned person Intenas to regislei FICTITIOUS NAME
will the Cleirk'of 'the Circuit court. Guli Notice 15s h6reb' q9,,r. In.al pi
County. Florida. four weeks al'lerlneGlirst Section 86509 Florida Slall
puSltcallon.ol this noIice the liclilious undersigned per-oni Inten'd I
name or trade name under anich' he will with the Clerk ofl he CIrcuil C,
be engaged in business ano in which sala Counly. Florida lou' wees afl.
business Is to be carried on. towll ouDlicalion ct inis nolice Ir...
: SHOOTERS SUPPLY name or Iiada name under wr,Ill
Charles Avenue be engage in ou.,Qess and Ir
-White City.'G'Ill County Floilda business i, to be carried rn ico
"'.Wayne S. Biggs Owner REEVES FURNITURE !
S.. 416 17 REFINISHING SHOPPI


BID NO. 276
.The Ciry of Port St. Joe, Florlas. ise
quests bids on a Compac PicK-.U Truck
,not to exceed 108" wheelbase Speciti
cations may be obtained from the City
Clerk's Office, P 0. Box A. Pori St Joe.
Florida,32456 Bid opening will be held at
the regular City frormission Meeting on
July 20, 1982
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
'Is L A. Farris.
City AuditorlClerk 216 24 & 7.8


-' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
-' GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 82.136
In Re Tne Maller of the Adoption of
AMANDA JACKSON THOMAS and
SAMANTHA JACKSON THOMAS
minors
NOTICE
TO: DAVID JACKSON
Whose last kpown address was
6130 Cedaiwooo Dnive.
College Park. Georgia 30349
but nose current address is
unknown
And *
S, SIN HWAN JACKSON
Whose last known place of residence
was'
Bell County. Texas
but wnose current address is
unknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED tnal a Pelltion for
S the adoptllorr of Inhe above named minor
children has been iIed in Ine above slyl.
ed court and you are commanded to serve
.as copy of your written defenses. if any. to
WILLIAM J. RISH. petitioner's allorney.
whose address s 303 Fouiln Streel. Porl
Sl Joe Florida. and wnose post office a.
dress is P 0 Box 87. PotI St. Joe Fiorida
32458 on or before August 5. 1982. and


beyond
the civil
ponder-
slightest

ng con-
ncludes
den of
on and
der for
ce, and
to take
'court

come to
lask of
e.'' The
als that
qualify-
erpreta-
s have
o enact
nology.
irial of
he long -"
rround-
Scenter
o learn
nge our
he'rerm
e from
nsanity
limited
nsanit\
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1313 Long Ae P O Bu.,i S
Polt St Joe. Fior.da 32456
Renee Ree.es 50 v Owrner
jonn Reeyv' 50'.: Owner
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FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is nereby giver. hai acur uanl ic.
Section 86509 Florida SItaules inc
undersignea pe .iso'.s inlnd Io i31ier
wAim tnhe Cler oi inG Circut cou'l Gull
County Fiorlada our weeks alter Ie lirsi
DUDoicallon ol. Inis noce ne cliciiiQou
name or trade name under wIhicn iney np 1i
be erngagea in puusiness and iri, an.ch saa
business is Io oe 0 carried on 10o Al
DECORATOR DEN FLORIST
& GIFT SHOP
321', Reid Avenue
Port SI Joe Flor,ia 32456
Owners rim Aid Margarel Ad
ana Jaccue Yeagei'
.411 '.8
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Gulf County Board of Counly Corn
missioners will ce holdIng buagel hea'
wings lor mne elecleo Couilhouse officials
department reads another De'sons ana,
agencies requesting lunaing for IIscal
year 198283 Tne first meetings aie
scheduled as follows
Tna'sday. July 15. 1982 atl 00 r m
EDT
Monday July 19 1982. al 7 00 m.
E.D T
Botn will be nelo in the Cournly Corn
missioneis meetings room .l me Gull
County Courlhouae
WeV reQuest the DUDlIIC to tie.' trInese
hearings to voice your opinion in mailers'
concerning these buagels
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By Isi ..nmy O Gortman. Chairman
21 768


In Vegetable

If nematodes get more Dunn, referring to the stear
nourishment from your'vege- treatments used for nematod
table plot than you do, take control by big growers. "So
heart. A University of Florida solarization originated i
researcher says an easy-to- Israel and Jordan and it ha
apply dose of solar power may worked well there for 1
rid your garden of the root- years.")
destroying pests without the
use of ,steam or chemicals. Dunn says the solar techn
Dr. Robert A. Dunn Of the que has not been fully tested i
University of, Florida's Insti-: Florida, but on experimental
tute of Food and Agricultural plots in Bradenton, tomat
Sciences (IFAS) says the plants in the untreated pl(
method, involves -using. the suffered from Fusartum wil
sun's rays and a plastic sheet a fungal disease often as
to literally cook the nema- sociated with nematode ii
todes out of the soil. festations. Only eight percer
Dunn says the best time of' of the plants in the solarize
year to try the technique is:
during the hot summer
months. He advises gardeners
to first rake and till the soil
until the dirt is smooth, f
without clods or fresh root'
fragments. Then, water it
well, because water will help
conduct the heat. Cover the
garden area with a clear
plastic tarpaulin, and seal the
edges of the plastic into the
earth with soil. If the cover is
left undisturbed for four
weeks or more, temperatures
in the soil will reach over 120 -
degrees to about one foot deep.
When the soil gets that hot
for that long, it's good-bye,
nematodes.
"It's the poorman's way of
heat treating the soil," says

Americans, %ill be the catalyst
for changes in our judicial
system on the state, as well as
federal, level.

Baked Barley

Mrs. Ike Skelton submitted
the recipe which Nancy selected
this week. Ike, who represents
the 4th District of Missouri, also
serves on the House Armed Ser-
vices Committee with me.

'2 p fInely chopped onion
5 tablespoons butter
2 cup barley
1-i teaspoon salt
.* 4 teaspoon pepper
3 cups chicken broth
2 lb. fresh mushrooms.
sliced (or 1.4 oz. can,.
mushrooms)
(p slivered almonds .


, Saute onion in 3 tablespoons
butter, add barley. Brown light-
ly..Add salt and pepper. Pour
into .lightly greased casserole.
Pour 1'! cups chicken broth
over mixture. Coer and bake at
350 for 30 minutes Add re-
niaiing I 1 cup5 chicken
hroih.:.Saule mushrooms in re-
mainline 2 tablespoons butter.
did' into barley. Top with
almonds. Bake until all liquid is
absorbed, about 45 minutes.
Makes 4 to 6 sernIgs.


Meeting On


Tap For


Beekeepers
On July 27, the Florida
Division of Forestry will con-
duct a public meeting to
discuss the administration of
apiary leases on the Lower
Apalachicola Environmental-
ly Endangered Lands.
The meeting will begin at
7:00 p.m. EDST and will be
held in the County Commis-
sion chambers of the Franklin
County Courthouse In Apala-
chicola. Among the items of
discussion Will be lease forms,
lease fees, 'and bear-proofing
provisions.
Public attendance is invited.
Further information can be
obtained by contacting the
Forest Management Bureau
of the Division of Forestry at
488-8180 in Tallahassee or:
District Forester Jerry
Brooks at 763-6589 in Panama
City.

Softball'


Tourney

Rescheduled
The Calhoun County Senior
CitizefiS'Association has can-
celled the July 10' scheduled
Men's Softball tournament
due to the Sub-district games.
It has been changed to Satur-
day, July 31. The tournament
will be hpld at- Sam Atkins
Park, Highway 20W in
Blountstown, for Class B and
C teams. Deadline for entries
and fee is July 22. Entry fee is
$65.00 and two Blue Dot
softballs.
Contact the Senior Citizens
office .at 674-4163 between 7
a.m. and 4 p.m. CCSCA is a
non-profit organization.


Garde n Plots


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plot suffered from wilt. More
tests, according to Dunn, will
be done this summer.
Soil solarization apparently
does .not kill all the natural
enemies of the nematodes, so
Dunn and his colleagues think
nematodes may have a harder
time re-establishing them-
selves after the plastic comes
off than they would if soil
fumigant chemicals were
used.
Dunn does recommend that
gardeners using the method
apply it carefully. He advises
them to use clear polyethelene


sheets, not black mulch plas-
tic. He suggests that the entire
I area, including paths and row
middles, be covered, and that
the cover be kept on until the
gardener is actually ready to.
plant. He also notes that the
method doesn't work as well
on high, narrow raised beds,:
because much heat can escape
at night.

"The soil solarization treat-
ment may not be perfect in all
situations, but it's inexpensive
and you can put it together in a
weekend," Dunn says. "Gar-
deners should try it."


The City of. Port St Joe
Summer Recreation Program
announces the Annual Buck
Griffin Fishing Rodeo will be
held on Mlonday, July 12, at St.
Joseph Bay Country Club. The
event is for children ages six
through 16.
To register, please see Billy
Barlow at the 16th St. Golf


Course tomorrow or Friday,
at the Country Club on or
before 7:00 a.m. July 12, or
.call him at home at, 229-8047.
Fishing will be supervised
by Gaynell Stephens, Jake
Tankersley, and Billy Barlgw.
Hours for the rodeo are 7:00
a.m. until 3p.m., July 12. Ya'll
come!!


Pvt. Kevin Martinma


Completes Army Training


Pvt. Kevin L. Martina, son
of William M. Martina of
Apalachicola, has completed
basic training at Fort Leonard
Wood, Mo.
During the training, stu-
dents received instruction in


drill and ceremonies, weap-
ons, map reading, tactics,
military courtesy, military
justice, first aid, and Army
history and traditions.
He is a 1980 graduate of
Apalachicola High School.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1982


I RAL ESATEFO AL


MaISC FOR ISALE GARAGESALESFORRENT


4.2 acres of land, fence' on
back. $450 and take up pay-
ments of $100 per month, less
than $9,000 owed. Call 229-6367
or229-6196. tfe 6-24


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


One commercial lot 30' x
90' at 319 Reid Ave. $8,000.
Call 227-1468 or 227-1100.
'tfc5-20'





Newspaper Carriers needed
in all parts of Port St. Joe.
Part time income for
teenager. Call Carol at
229-6676 for more information.
Experienced short order
cook and waitresses need only
apply. Need to be 17 or older.
Village Square Restaurant,
Mexico Beach. 648-5476. ltc 7-8


LAWN FURNITURE
Swings, settees, lawn chairs,
picnic tables, flower boxes,
trellises, lattices, or we will
build what you want year
round. Weekdays call 639-2860
or 639-5860, Wewahitchka.
4tp 7-8

Four pretty kittens to give
away, 8 wks. old, have been
wormed. Need a good home.
Can be seen at 602 17th St. or
call 227-1514 after 6 p.m. Mrs.
Rhudine Skipper. Itc 7-8

Two salon type dryers, hood
and chair, brand new, $200 ea.
Must sell. Call 639-2677 from 10
-5, Mon. thru Sat. 2tc 7-8

Like new double wide
trailer, 24'x48'. 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
ben. h&a. Call 227-1404 or
227-1699. 2tp 7-8


LP gas tank, 200 gal. capa-
city, $125 or best offer. Call
648-8985 after 6:00 p.m.

1981 Champion mobile
home, $700 down and take over
pmts. Masonite siding, cen.
air, gas range, frost-free re-
frigerator. Set up on rented
lot. 229-6604, keep trying.
ltp7-8

28' custom built Royal
Coachman travel trailer, self-
contained. $4,500 firm. Phone
648-8982.' tfc7-8
1977 12x65' mobile home,.
like new, on rented lot. Call
648-8972 before 12:00 or after
5:00. tfc4-15

One 15' fiberglas boat with
walk-thru windshield; galvan-
ized trailer; 70 h.p. Evinrude.
Call 227-1277, ask for John.
tfe6-17
Four 8.00x16.5 8-ply tires, 2
almost new. All for $125. See at
1~%ReidAXve. or.call227.1813.
tfic 5-27
AKC reg. poodles, two
silver, male and female, 2
years old. $150 for both. Call
639-2807.




Will buy lamps, dishes, pic-
tures, old crochet pieces. Call
229-6254. 4tp 7-8


0 A ERA PARKER REALTY

A Highway 98 & 31st Street
Mexico Beach, Florida
W 648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073
(OUTSIDE FLORIDA)


ST. JOE BEACH. Nice 2 bdrm. 12'x65' mobile
home on Ig. corner lot and paved streets. In-
. ludes kit appliances, cement picnic table &
benches, landscaped lot with fruit trees, utili..
ty house. Call for appt


OVERSTREET. Lovely 3 bdrm. impeccably
kept brick home on. .85 secluded acre.
Screened porch, dbi. garage, fenced back
yard, appliances stay. Pantry for storage.


* GULF FRONT LOTS
* TAX-SHELTER RENTALS
* CANAL LOTS


Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate
Branch Office 229-8493


BUY ONE OR ALL FOUR. Brick rental pi
ty in Mexico Beach on 34th ST. Each un
3. bdrms., 2 bd., cen. h&a. Just a few
from Ine beach. Make an offer!


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step


MEXICO BEACH. Great little beginner or
retiree home. 2 bdrm.,, furnished, new built-in
kit, w/pantry, .genuine wood panelling,
sundeck, utility house, screened porch, ce-
ment drive & carport. 26th St.


* BEACHSIDE LOTS
* WETAPPO CREEK LOTS
* COMMERCIAL PROPERTY


Orena Miller, Associate
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate
Britt Pickett, Associate


YARD SALE: 3 families,
Saturday, July 10, 9-6, corner
of 12th St. & Palm Blvd. :

MOVING SALE: July 9,
from 9 to 4, 607 Park Ave.,
Highland View. Furniture,
ceramics, dishes, glassware,
men, women's and children's
clothing, all sizes. Lots of'odds
and ends. Bargains by the bar-
rel. .
';


YARD SALE: Saturday on-
ly 8-2, rain or shine, several
families. Lots of good junk,
everything real cheap. If -you
don't like our price, make us
an offer! Ford hub caps, twin
bed frame, 3 drawer chest,
and lots more! No reasonable
offer refused. Follow the signs
to Barbara Drivq in Ward!
Ridge. '

BACK PORCH SALE: St.
Joe Beach, Atlantic St. Just
follow signs. Friday and
Saturday, 9 till. LQts! Cheap!

Come One, Come All. A Fan-
tastic Yard Sale with Fan-
tastic Low Prices. Come early
to get the bargains. This is a
six family yard sale. We're
bound to have something of
value to you. 1604 Monument
Ave. Saturday, 9:00 to 4:00.


I am a 1954 Chevrolet pickup
and I need a new home
because my owner has aban-
donedime for a new pickup. I
have extra parts and was iun-
ning but need some wiring and
some loving attention. I am
only $250. Call about me but
don't say I sent you. 648-8977.
S2tc 7-8
I155 Chevy Pickup, body in
excel'-cond- Needs -inotd6o'.
Painted and fixed.- Call
229-6915, ask for Chick. m',
3tc 6-24

1979 Jeep CJ-5, 6 cyl., low
mileage, in excel. cond.,
chrome wheels. Call 229-
6934. ask for Mark. tfe 9-3
1968 Fore pickup, $650. Anti-
que wooden ice box, 3 dr.,
original finish, $300. 648-5033..
2tc 7-1




For Rent: Two bdrm. unfur-
nished house with den. Call
229-8754 or'648-8240. tfe6-24

You can make an ex-
cellent pincushion out of
a covered steel wool ball
or pad. It keeps nee-
dles and pins very sharp.


For Rent: Two room, air'
cond. apartment. By day or
week. Balboa, right on Ga.
Ave., St. Joe Beach. No.1 3.
Most reasonable, tfc 7-I4


Rooms for Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
ReidAve. tfc 7-1

For Rent: New 2 bdrm.
apts. with Gulf view. A/c and
range included, otherwise un-
furnished. Reasonable rates.
25th St., Mexico Beach. Call
ERA for info., 648-5777. tfc 6-17
Office space available soon.
201 Monument Ave. Call 227-
1199 or after 6 p.m., 227-1363.
tfc 5-20
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
Mobile home sites, efficien-
cy apt., mobile homes, and
campers for rent on beach. By
day, week, month or year. Ski
Breeze Camp Sites. Call
229-6105. tfe 1-7
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.
For Rent: 2 bedroom house
at Jones Homestead. Call
227-1674. 2tp 7-8


STANLEY WASZCZAK
CARPENTER
Good Work Fair Price
Phone 648-5226
4tc 7-8
I build and repair shrimp
nets and gill nets. If interested
call 229-6297 or come by 525
Third St., Port St. Joe, Archie
Williams. Itp 7-8


AVON Buy or Sell
Call district manager, Claudia
Walters, Panama City,
871-5523. tfe 10-8
CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
SERVICE
Tanks Cleaned and
Portelet Service
229-8007


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
tfic 4-16


i New Listing: 520 Third St. Excellent,
location. '2 bdrm., 1 ba. chain link
fence, work shop/stor. house, im-
I maculate inside ard outside. $20,500.
Terms can be arranged with owner.

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


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


Walls, woodwork and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard'
work by experienced husband
and wife.'Mr. Sollars, 227-1490.,
tfc6-3
LOU'S CONSTRUCTION
Call 648-5974 after 5 edt
Any Kind of Work
New Home or Remodeling
or Additions
References: Earley's Hard-
ware, the old Bowlign Alley.
Check with them about our
work. 4tp 7-1

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.D.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.D.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.D.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720

CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc6-4

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


ST. JOSEPH Bi
Eacn Ollce Inaeoenaently Ownea

9800B EASTHIGH'
MEXICO BE
REAL ESTATE SAL

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GULF AIRE'
Beautiful los still available at 11Va %
interest.
PORT ST. JOE,
New Listing: 616 Marvin. New brick
home. 3 bdrm., 11V be. on 1'A lots.
Screened back porch, fenced comr-
pletely.
New Listing: 3 bdrm,, 2 be. beautiful
brick home only 4 yrs. old. Comfort.
able den with fireplace. Carpet &
vinyl thruout. Can. h&a (all electric).
105 Monica Dr., Ward Ridge.
1912 Juniper. Only $39,900 gets this 3
bdrm., I'/i be. home. Has a $21,700
assumable mortgage at 9%/% in
terist. Owner might take a second
mortgage.
107 Yaupon. Beat of neighborhoods.
Energy officlent too with a heat pump
system. 3 bdrm., 2 be. just $50,000.
1501 Monument. 3 bdrm., 1'/A be.
home In great shape. Must see Ihts to
appreciate. Has den, carport too.
$43,000.
2105 Palm Blvd. Fantastic brick home
w 3 bdrm., 2 be. Many extras.& taste-
fully designed, only $75,000. By appt.
only.
Long Ave. Investment opportunity
here In this duplex. Great financlngt
Just $42,500.
1802 Marvin. Only 8 yra. old this 3
bdrm., I be. home has an extra lot
available too. $33,500 for the house,
extra lot for 36,500.
1306 Long Ave. Start out with this 2
bdrm., I be. house. Just $29,000. Call
to see It.
616 Marvin. Nice brick nome, 2 bdrm.,
1 V be. on 1 lote,.acreened porch,
chain link fenced.


C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe Dozer Root
Rake Front-end Loader
* Road Building Lot Clear-
ing Septic Tanks
Drain Fields 0 Hauling
Rt. 3, Box AIC
Port St. Joe, Florida
Phone 229-6018
26tc 3-18

CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings Portraits
Phone 229-8922
tfc 4-1

St. Joseph Bay
Construct0o






W.S. (Biff I 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


648-5011 Sales
648-8220 Rentals

AY REALTY
ana Or'ralea '
REALTOR
WAY98 *P.O. Bx 1332
EACH, FL 32410
ES BEACH RENTALS


-15 LEFT

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y..- Overstreet

Y$200 DOWN


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.
Beach front duplex now preconstruc.
tion priced at $87,500. 3 lbdrm., 2 be.
Come by to see plans In our office..
New Listing: Atlantic St., 2 bdrm., 1
bae., only $21,000. Fully furnished and
two window air units.
MEXICO BEACH
Nw Listing: 2 bdrm., 1 be. close to
S beach. $58,000. 30th St.
1989 12'x60' mobile home, 2 bdrm., 1
ba. Real buy at $2,200 cash.
LOOKFOR OUR SPECIAL AD
ON ST. JOE HOMES NEXT WEEK.

REDUCED
ST. JOE BEACH
Fantastic 3 bdrm., 2 be. custombullt
home. Has a heated pool and many
extras. Only $87,500 on Sealma StL
Hurry as this Is a special buy.
MEXICO BEACH
Gorgeous lot on 41st St. $29,500.
BEACON HILL
High bluff lot with beautiful Gulf
view. $29,500.
PAULETTACAMPBELL ... 848-8977
ALISA DUREN ........... 648.5835
ELLEN ALLEMORE ...... 648*8939
ARCHIE BARBEE ........ 848.5392
JIM CLEMENT .......... 648-5482
BOB & JEAN FALISKI .... 229-6553
WYVONNEHATTAWAY .. 229.6993
BRENDA RUSHING WOOD 227.1589


, FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M,T, Th, F,S
9 00.12:00 Wed.
tfc 1-21

SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
tfc 4-29


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



ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





=C- mmeral Builnding
- -Residential Building.
--Cabinet Work


GLENF.COMBS
227-1689

P.O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA4
tfc 7-2



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

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


2.


SEVIE


-PANHANDLE REALTY

& DEVELOPMENT
SALES RENTALS -
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
Corner Hwy. 386 & Hwy. 98
BEACON HILL
Licensed Real Estate Broker

648-5000

2 story house w 2 lots on First Ave., Beacon
Hill, 1 block off beach.
1 acre+ parcels on St. Rd. 386, mobile
homes o.k. Owner financing, low down pmt.

240' on beachside w12V2 acres + across
Hwy. 98. Lg. house wlbusiness front. Owner
financing Good investment.

Small house, 1 r np et 3eo Creek, good
fixer-up. $11,501'. CiFrrtffcing.

CulfJjr6i4ot zog for duplex bqHldjIg.lg-
Owner financing, $21,000.

Lot, 1 block back from beach on St. Rd. 386,
Bay County side, 75'x100'.

Call Us to List Your Property,
We Will Be Glad to Help

J. F. Arnold Broker
Bill Miller Assoc. Hrs. 9:00 6:00
Bobbie Miller Assoc. Sun. 12-5 Eastern


PAT'SMATS & FRAMES
406 7th Street Mexico Beach, Fla.
Custom Matting & Framing of:
* PAINTINGS a PRINTS
* PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDLEWORK
WE NOW HA VE 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


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

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

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



HANNON

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


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STORE HOURS: M-Th, 8:00- 7:00.
Fri, & Sat, 8:00 8:00
Sunday, 9:00 6:00
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SWISS STEAK Lb.188
U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless $ < 69
CHUCK ROAST Lb. 1"69
Fresh Sliced Skinned & Deveined a A C
BEEF LIVER Lb.88
Good Value All Meat or $ 4 09
BEEF FRANKS12oz. 1
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Good Value BOLOGNA, BEEF BOLOGNA $1 69
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