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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 15, 1982
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Industry-Peep Water Port---ne People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 2456 THURSDAY, JULY 15. 1982
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Port Has A Busy Week


Two Ships Load Cargo for Overseas


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COunty Ass ssment Jumps
"i feel we ., 'n'


For the first time in many year, if not the
first time in history, the Gulf County,'property
appraisal list has been submitted f6tthe State
Revenue Department dh time for review and
'approval by that Department, according to
Property Appraiser, Joyce Williams. Presen-
tation of the list of values for taxable property
is the first step in beginning the budget mak-
' ing system for all political subdivisions in
Oulf County, who receive part or most of their
revenue from ad valorem-taxes.
For the past several years, the monetary
value of taxable property in the county has
taken a leap upward at that time of the year
when attention turns to budgets and how
much money will be available from taxes;
This year is no exception.
According to figures released from Mrs.
Williams' office,.Gulf County property will be
valued for taxing purposes at $43 million
more,. county-wide, than the same property
was valued at last year.
The Property Appraiser says most of the
increase is in the area of personal property
value hikes. Historically, most valuation
increases have been due to improvements
made to real property during the past year,


"1 "~' '
"I feel we're t ne
last year for aWhile


such as buildings built, expand


people of Port St. Joe was that the ships were taking on
cargo from Basic Refractories and St. Joe Paper Company
two firms which are currently shut down or operating on
reduced scales due to soft order situations.
The ship pictured in the foreground, from Mexico, was
loading a cargo of magnecite produced by Basic
Refractories and the ship in the rear, bearing an Israel
flag, was loading a cargo of paper.
In addition to taking some of the production of local
factories, the ships employed several men for nearly a
week in the loading process. -Star photo


Too Many Autopsies


Gulf Wants to Put





Curb On Sapala

Gulf County has either joined with or pointed the way for Raffield's. family and the Gulf County Sheriff's
other counties to dissect the operations of the Medical Department were satisfied that he had died of natural
Examiner for' the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, Dr. Joseph causes, namely from the infirmities of his heart and no.
Sapala. autopsy was needed.


ur. Sapaia nas been The Gulf County C
making waves in the larger mission is concerned t
communities of the Circuit, "His position is that he will not sign a Dr. Sapala is doing autop
but he has also been attract- death certificate when he has not seen the which will give informal
ing the attention of officials only in civil matters, pa
and plain citizens from smal- body." -Appleman ble suits,' and the cou
ler counties as well. He has should have no involved
done an especially thorough in these actions, particular


om-
that
sies.
tion.
ssi-
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job of attracting the attention of Gulf County in recent weeks. bearing the expense.
The Gulf County Commission is concerned ,that Dr.
*Wrhat really brought the matter of Dr. Sapala's Sapala is doing autopsies which will give information only in
operations to ,heattention of Gulf County was a recent action civil matters, possible suits, and the county should have no
i nexteive.autopsy onob Raffield, involvement in these actions prtiularly bearing the
. ., -Ie.ei ,.ehh.e ." r ", .el.--s.-. .,^ x b r t
resei jThete .f the autopsy as well Shavingno inptL, State's Attoilney, Jim Appleman,,was at the Tuesday
s t aswhether ,(r otf autopsy was,even necessary.Raffield meeting of the Commission to determine what course of
da long I itory of heart problems but still died an action the Board could legally follow and how much help they
unattended death, one of the criteria in' which the law says could get from Appleman's office.
Dr. Sapala is to swing into action. Appleman said, "He is not under the jurisdiction of my
office. He is recommended by a board of medical examiners
SM i to the Governor and appointed by the Governor. His position
is that he will not sign death certificates unless he has seen
the body. You cannot bury a person unless you have a death
Appleman agreed with the Board that many autopsies
were being needlesly done by Sapala's office, but he pointed
out the several areas under.which the law gives the Medical
gar 100% assessment now. This will be the Examiner jurisdiction over a body, which includes
that we will have these large increases." performing an autopsy if needed.
County Attorney, William J. Rish, who has been handling
-Williams the matter of the Medical Examiner's duties and questioning
his methods for the county remarked to Appleman, "Since
ed.' improved. COUNTV ASSESSMENTS (Continued On Page 3)


etc. Mrs. Williams said most of the increase
this year was from a more realistic value
being placed on personal property such as
machinery, tools, goods, etc. She emphasized
that the inventory tax would not be levied this
year, which will mean a small savings to
some property owners to offset the increases
in personal property values..
The increase in property values and first
time collection of a portion of the new sales
tax will serve to drive millage down some
throughout the county,, but it remains to be
seen whether or not this is interpreted as a
reduction in the amount of cash money
collected when the budgets are set and the tax
bills sent out.
The number of mills is almost meaning-
less when it comes to equating this with
money.


In her report, Mrs. Williams revealed
that the values for the county as a whole have
been pegged at $226,497,265 by her office for
the coming year. This compares with a
taxable value of $183,589,797 last year. This
means that a mill of taxes, under the new
assessments, will bring in $226,497.00. Last
year, a mill in Gulf County was good for
$183,589.
One source of relief for the Gulf County
tax payer will be the expected receipt of some
$202,293 from the recently imposed fifth cent
on the sales tax. The county will receive one
half of the amount on this additional cent,
collected in Gulf County. In effect, this isn't a
tax cut, merely a tax paid in another manner.
In this $202,293 in sales tax revenue, the
county will receive $65,353 tor this year only
(Continued On Page 3)


School Board, Teachers, Start Co tract

The Gulf CouritClassroom sides tossing out their initial grams this year from reduced fashion .Tuesday. Thet acher 'Board is not (
teachers and the School Board offer and counter offer. income, those programs and organization made a first position as ye
have tentatively contacted he n tiation are ex- personnel still remaining round tentative request of 17 -step toward
: h each other in the first of what Te egt iations are ex- would receive a sizeable in- percent salary increase What made at the
will be several meetings to pected to result n a sizeable crease in funding. will finally be resolve lies -:of the Board
determine a salaryschedul teachers as the result of the One of the agreements made somewhere between the two and funding
for teachers in the coming negotiating posture agreed to last year was that the School amounts. sLainmatter
S"school year. last year. Teachers and School Board would offer a minimum The teachers feel cut sacks process prog
School Board and teacher Board representatives agreed of 10 percent increase in in programs and personnel. ":According
representatives met for the that after necessary cuts were wages this year. This is the gives the Board enough reve- 'son, adminis
first time Tuesday, with both made in personnel and pro- offer they made in a tentative nue to meet their request. The .'for the Boar


Immnizatons A "Must


All students enrolling in school this fall
Must comply with the state's new
compulsory immunization law requiring
proof of vaccination against diptheria,
pertussis, tetanus, rubeola and rubella
measles, polio and mumps. Such docu-
inentation, as well as a completed physical
examination form must be filed in each:
student's record.
.Students entering a Florida school from-
but-of-state must submit to, the Gulf
County Health Department, in addition to


the documentation of immunization,
physical examination,, form complete
within the last nine months by a Florid
physician. i
The law places the burden of compliance
on the parents and guardians, not t0
schools or the public health nurse
However, Port St. Joe school person
and health nurses have worked diligent
checking student records and notifying
parents of any deficiencies. If there is an
doubt concerning a child's record


Negotiations

quite sure of their sults .from the negotiation
et, since the first teachers "will get a pret
a new budget was nice raise this year". Wats
regular meeting said the salary schedule tt
Tuesday evening year would be doing a "liti
is still an uncer- catch-up" from past yeai
until the budget especially last year.
resses further.. Salaries and supplement
to Temple.Wat- will be the only major que
trative assistant tons to be resolved in th
rd, whatever re- year's negotiations.


"Tor Entering Schools

a parents should contact the local health ment-for the examination n
ed department, rather than the school, to be calling the health departm
da assured that their child is in compliance.
'Students can receive the ':required Gulf County school office
immunizations and-or physical examina- sizing the fact that student
ce tion from a family physician, a military have proper documentation
he clinic, or the Gulf County Health Depart, tions and a physical exam
s. ment. Immunizations are available'free of records will not be allow.
el .charge at the health department on school on August 23. Pa
ly Mondays (8:30 a.m.-ll:30 a.m. and, 1:00 children have a maximum
ig p.m.-4:30 p.m.) and on Wednesdays (1:00 comply with this law or fa
ty a.m.-4:30 p.m.). There is a $2.00 charge for under the state's mandate
s, a physical examination, and an appoint- statute.


aust be made by.
lent at 227-1276.
ials are empha-
nts who do not
n of immuniza-
ination in their
ed to enroll in
rents of these
of three days to
ice legal action
ory attendance


IS,'
ty
on
is
tie
is,

its
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is


W. J. "Dude" FORTNER

Fortner Will


JAMES L. TANKERSLE

Tankersley

Askinm for


Try for Group Reection


Two Election


W. J. "Dude" Fortner of
Wewahitchka announced this
week that he will be a
candidate for the office of
County Commissioner from
District 2 in the fall elections.
Fortner is a long-time resi-
dent of Gulf County who is
entering the political arena for
the first time with his bid for
the Commission seat this
year.
Fprtner said he wasn't
-making fancy promises, but
said that, is he were elected,
he would work to support and
back the working people. He
said, "My goal is to be of
service to everyone I can."
Fortner will oppose County
Commissioner Doug Birming-
ham, presently serving as
Commissioner from District 2,
.who was the first candidate to
qualify for election when the
books opened Tuesday of last
week at noon.


Y


James L. "Tank" Tankers-
ley announced this week that
he would seek re-election to
the County Commission from
Group Four this fall. Tankers-
ley is currently ending his first
four-year term. --
He is employed by CE Basic
and has worked with the firm
for 23 years as a production
supervisor.
The candidate is a member
of the First United Methodist
Church, a committee member
of the Gulf County Port
Authority and committee
member of the Panhandle
Health Agency.
Tankersley is married to-
Debbie Mouchette Tankers-
ley. They have three children:
Danny, Jake and Paula Gas-
kin.
The incumbent Commis-
sioner has served as chariam

of the Board in 1981 and has
been in charge of all county
departments during his four
year stint.


It has been some time since the port here at Port St. Joe
has seen two ships loading cargo at one time. It has
particularly been a problem for the past year or two, when
world-wide economic problems has stalled water shipping
activities all along the Gulf Coast, causing many cargo
ships to be tied up in port without cargoes. One such ship
was tied up here in Port St. Joe late last year for nearly six
months.
This past week, two cargo ships, each from a different
country, was tied up at the paper company docks taking on
cargoes for overseas shipment. Of particular interest to


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Property Appraiser Joyce Williams
makes last minute check of valuations.


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Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR


THURSDAY, JULY 15. 1982


Our Candidate Must w


Be Local Minded


For the next two months, now,
we are all going to be bombarded
with policital candidates hunting our
vote.
Even with a ho-hum approach to
the elections thus far here in Gulf
County, there will be enough candi-
dates gadding about to cause us to
know there is an election campaign
going on.
1* How are we going to decide who
will get out vote this year?
We've made up our mind how
we'll do it.
. This election year, the candidate
S who supports Gulf County will get
our vote. The candidate whose first
S thought is to try to make his
purchases in Gulf County will get
l our vote. The guy whose first
instinct is to "run over to Panama"
S to get what we need here in Gulf
County, not knowing whether it is
J "available here or not, might just as
well save his breath. We won't vote
*j*i" ifor him.
The person who is all the time
belly-aching about "the things we
.1'0 don't have" in Gulf County,. likewise,
will not get our vote.
It takes the same outlook for
both attitudes. Solving the problem
of the second attitude also requires a
'" .change in the first one. You can't
i have services in Gulf County without



You Mus
Of course we can't vote for or
against a candidate unless one is
||; registeredd to vote.

; Supervisor of Elections, Cora
S Stie Robinsin has told us there have
'been some 900 names removed from
i, the Gulf County voting list, simply ,
because they did n8t return their"
voter register card when the polls
were automatically purged last
.year, as the law requires.
Most of the names were remov-
ed in the first place, simply because
Sthe person registered failed to vote
4foi a stated period of time. If this
meant he' wasn't interested in the
: selection of. his public servants,
,, maybe it's best that his name be
removed from the rolls. A disinter-
ested citizen isn't of much value to
anyone.
Those who wish to vote in
S September had better get cracking
aahd get their names back on the
'. .voting list. Those 900 who had their
names removed will be going up to
the polls on September 7 and wonder
\- _]wbhy they aren't allowed to cast.their
ballot for old Joe.
S It doesn't hurt, cost money,




SI Didn't Miss

I WAS NOT ONE of the ones who
either stayed up or got up at 2:00 a.m.,
last Monday night to view the elipse of 4:00
:the moon. I realize that scientific mooi
-curiosity should have had me out in the answ
-early hours of the morning, gazing at
the moon as it went through its
'unusual maneuvers.
I realize, too, that it was my job to
Stay up and see the elipse so I could tell
you all about it. It was my job to report
the waning and building of the moon in
minute detail in word picture for you to
see. I could have even taken a picture of
"the moon for you to see and none of you
;would have had to stay up and see the
moon disappear and re-appear within a
short time span.


I KNOW OF TWO people who went
.to bed and got up at that ungodly hour to
]see the eclipse.
* As we were all coming downstairs
at the City Hall Tuesday night, after the
:Commission meeting, one of the
;engineers from Jones, Edmunds and
'Associates, who had just given the
.Commission a report said, "It's about
".over for me for this day".


taxes to pay for them.
have taxes unless the
makes the money to pay
It's that simple.


You can't
tax payer
taxes with.


We just happen to like Gulf
County. We're unashamed of the
fact that we think Gulf County
deserves the first shake of whatever
we have to offer it. We intend to give
it that first shake, even to the
selection of the person we vote for to
serve in public office.
In the first place, we can't see
how. a self-respecting candidate can
ask for a public office if he doesn't
support his county. If he doesn't
support his county, in our opinion,
all he is asking for is a part-time job.
where he can receive an additional
paycheck to take somewhere else to
spend.
We'll not make the decision to
have that happen to the tax dollars
we pay.
Maybe you consider that narrow
minded, but we.. believe a man's
interest lies very near the vicinity of
his pocketbook. If his money is spent
here, we feel his interest is here, and
vice versa. -
We're not particularly interest-
ed in any candidate, for anything,
locally, who is not interested in Gulf
County.


t Register


require taking a test or check your
bank account to register to vote. All )
it takes, is for you to answer a few
simple questions, like: "Are you ,
alive?" "How long have you been
alive?" "Do you live in Gulf County L' BY SHA
and for how long?" f
1 h ... ..* -.--* ---. Redently,-a friend of-min(
After that ordeal is over, Mrs. was confined to a hospital fo
Robinson willrissue you a registered a period of about two weeks
voter card, put your hame on the list His condition was not serious
of electors, and you will be in but did bear substantial 'in
business when election day rolls vestigationand extensive phy
business when election day rol sical tests; the outcome o
around, which is still unknown. Hi'
As simple and cheap as- it is, recollection of the events thN
As simple and cheap as- it is, marked his tenure there art
there is really no reason why worth recalling, because i
anyone should fail to be eligible to think they bear out what mos
vote on election day. of us might experience if fati
leads us in that unwelcome
We're giving you fair warning, direction.
now, in plenty of time. If you wish to His first night, he recalled
have a voice in your government and was a mixture of fear an(
aren't registered, you should get confusion. Fear because he
you aren'tregistered, youshouldget was worried over his unknown
it done, now, while you are thinking condition and confusion be
about it. If you don't, don't come cause he would awaken anc
complaining about sorry or inept not know where he was. He
government in the years to come. stated that during the nighi
the light would suddenly come
If you're not sure whether or not on, someone would call his
you are registered, it will take only a name punctuated by a ques
phone call. to the Supervisor's office tion mark and suddenly, a
thermometer would be thrust
to find out. into his mouth and a blood


A Thing b
'Why is that?" I asked.
'I got up at 2:00 a.m., and again at
a.m., to look at the elipse of the
n and that made for a long day", he
wered. '


EV *g~


- r~v4'."'I.''RE
10.04 a


The Edge of St.


Joseph's Bay On A Hot,


A MAN'S WORLD


hospital Blues

D PHANTRY


pressure -euff which hissed
would be put on his arm. A pill
would be popped into his
mouth with the authoritative
instructions, "Take this!"
His roommate was another
matter. He must have been


the most popular'bar-hopper
in the county. It was a virtual
"knock-down" party almost
every day. There were not just
a few visitors, but often times
fifteen to twenty, and it
seemed, all of them smoked.


Lazy Summer


Day


Some of the visitors actually
brought liquor in and really
livened up the party. It
bothered him that they never
offered him a drink.
The most demeaning of all
things, he. vividly recalled,
were the tests. After the first
few days the doctor had
narrowed down the possibili-
'ties of his condition to the
,stomach or intestines. Tests
for a condition of this kind can
become very personal, painful
and downright morally de-
grading. So it was with him.
"They gave me every kind
of stomach test imaginable,"


he recalled. "They would
clean me out, fill me up, take
pictures, clean me out again,.:
and then starve me for a day :
or two. Then they would start
all over again."
It was during this period of -
his hospital confinement that I
first visited him. I approached "
his closed door room, stopped .
and knocked. No answer. I:
knocked again. Still no ans- '
wer. This time I knocked
fairly hard and long. A few
moments passed, and as I was
about to walk away, I heard
his voice meekly ask, "Who is
it, friend or enema?"
SHAD PHANTRY


Representatives of the Fed-
eral Emergency Management
Agency will be in Gulf County
Thursday of next week for a
morning meeting at the Gulf
county Courthouse concerning
Gulf County's future in the
flood insurance program.
Gulf County is presently in
the emergency flood insur-
ance program and next Thurs-
day's program is preparatory


to converting Gulf's status to a
permanent program.
The difference in the two
programs is that under the
emergency program, every-
one's premium is the same.
Under the permanent pro-
gram, premium values are
determined by location of
buildings, materials, building
methods, etc.


SSleeping Right Through

coming as it did, right in the middle ;: JoHN LEE, THE editor 'rom
the most active part of my week, I was' Apalachicola, came over Wednesday
just not disposed to make .a special: morning, to get his paper printed and
effort at that time of the day.e, he marked, "I have some dandy
I really think if God intended for us' pictes of the eclipse, if you want to


ETAOINNSHRDLU

SBy:W


I z~vz~an I4~bLUIIU Ignitf l


I mentally questioned right then
and there whether or not the City had
the right engineering firm doing its
work. Anybody who would voluntarily
get up at that time of day to see the
moon hide has to have one leg of his
triangle gone. '

GETTING UP TO SEE the eclipse
wasn't the first thing on my list of
things to do last week. In the first place,


esley R. Ramsy
'.


to see that particular eclipse of the,
moon, he would have scheduled it at
high noon, rather than hide it in the
middle of a long night,. when he
intended, for people to be sleeping ;
soundly and not cavorting around -at'
night gazing up at the moon.
You musn't fool with Mother
Nature and I didn't. Mother Nature
intended for me to be in bed, asleep,
and that's just where I was.


POSTOFFICE BOX 308
PHONE 227-1278
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456

SECOND-CLASS POSTAGE PAID
AT PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


u e them in your paper", he said.
' I looked at John's pictures and they
l1 had a cloud in front of the moon. One
picture was so cloudy until the moon
'was just a hazy' undefined reflection
through the clouds.
I remarked so to John and he just
shrugged it off.
"I had to drive all over Franklin
Co ty to find the moon out enough to


Under the emergency sys-
tem, maximum coverage is
$35,000 for structures and
$10,000 on contents. Under a
permanent program, cover-
age of up to $100,000 would be
available.
To become eligible for the
permanent rate, the County
must establish certain build-
ing and zoning codes and


strictly adhere to them. What
these codes will require is "
uncertain to the local govern-
ment agencies and is partially
the reason for the meeting
next Thursday.
Under federal law, loans
cannot be made from federal-.
ly insured agencies in areas
where flood insurance is not:
available.


the Eclipse of the Moon


make those pictures. It was rainy,
cloudy, overcast and generally miser-
able for moon eclipse viewing."
That didn't stop John, though. He
just got in his car and rambled about
looking for the moon to peek out from
behind the clouds so he could take his'
pictures. He wandered around from
2:30 until nearly 5:00 to see the eclipse
and get his pictures.
That's dedication or stupidity.
Neither I nor John has been able to
figure out which.
REGARDLESS OF MY NOT show-
ing up for the event and regardless of
my failure to record the event on film
for posterity and for you to see, the
moon still went into eclipse.
It didn't need 'any help from me.
It did the whole thing by itself
without any advice or suggestions from
me. The job got done.
yWhatever my being there would
have done for the situation wouldn't
have mattered, anyhow. The moon
managed to eclipse all by itself.

Just like a cow having a calf.
Or a chicken laying an egg.


SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
IN COUNTY-ONE YEAR, $8.0 SIX MONTHS. IN-COUNTY, $5,00.
OUTOFCOUNTY-ONEYEAR, $12.00 OUT OF U.S. ONE YEAR, $14.00
TO ADVERTISERS-In cas of error or omissions In advertisements, the publishers do not hold
themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such advertisement.
The apok*Mi wod given scnt tmention; the printed word Is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word
barely Massetsth printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


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


Or a bird building a nest.
They don't need any help from me.
+ + +
PROBABLY, I SHOULD be asham-
ed of myself for just lying in bed and
letting the whole thing go by without
even a notice. I should have been there,
I suppose. It's .,my job to get the
low-down on these things, even from the
higher-ups.
If I had gotten up, telling the story
of the great eclipse of the moon back in
1982 would have been a folk-lore story I
could tell my grandchildren one day.
They wouldn't believe it, though,
because they knew there was no way I
could get out of bed at that time of day.
. even to see a moon eclipse.
I'll fool them all, though. I'm going
to see my eclipse and report it duly.
Instead of getting up while even the
chickens are still asleep to do it,- I'm
going to wait until the next new moon,
taking a good long look at where it was.
Then I'll take a look regularly
every night for two weeks, and, lo and
behold, I will haire seen my eclipse in
slow motion instant replay.
That's more my style.


is feet above or below ume


mean wat
July 15
July 16
July 17
July 18
July 19
July 20
July 21
July 22


er line.
High Ht. Low Ht.
812 1.3 1820 .2 .
830 1.6 1857 .0
909 1.8 1945 -.2
955 2.0 2037 -.4
1047 2.1 2130 -.4
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PAGE TWO


Flood Insurance People Want


Gulf to Accept Permanent Status


-THE STAR-
Pub*ihd Emy ieadtay at 3 Wnams Awnu, Pord St. JoeFlorid
By Th Slr Publshng Camp ny
ScndClMM Potag Paid atePor SL Joe. FlMtd. 32456
Wesley R. Ramsey ............ Editor and Publisher
William H. Ramsey Production Supt.
Frenchle L Ramsey .............. Office Manager
Shirley K. Ramsey ................... Typesetter





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Dr. Sapala

the change in administration in that office (Medical
Examiner), we have seen the price of autopsies jump from
$25p to $450. Some autopsies were performed as a matter of
private preference for insurance matters and had nothing to
do with county matters".
Clerk Jerry Gates said historically, the county budget for
Medical Examiner service has run from $1,500 to $3,000 per,
year, with contributions from the State of Florida for this
purpose covering aU of Gulf's expense. "Now, he has sent
over a budget request of $16,000 -from Gulf County for the
operation of his office, with a statement that we are now
considerably in debt for services rendered".
Appleman advised the Commission, "I cannot tell the
S man he cannot do an autopsy and I'm not sure you can. If I
ask for an autopsy, it's going to be needed."
Rish pointed out that the kind of thing Gulf County was up
- in arms about was an autopsy performed on two men who
shot each other to death back in the spring before many
witnesses. "He performed an autopsy on these two men even


Continued From Page 1)


though 40 people saw them shoot each other to death. It was
evident how they died and there was no survivor remaining;
for the law to prosecute and have need of medical
witnesses."
Commissioner Doug Birmingham said he felt; the
problemwas with the individual rather than the letteriof. t4
law. To help solve the problem of the Circuit, Birmingha
made two motions for the adoptions of resolutions. He move(
that the county write to the Governor and the State Medica,
Examiners, explaining the situation and see if Dr. Sapala is'
doing strictly what is necessary and reasonable. Another
resolution would call on the state to take a look at Statute 406,
which governs the actions. of Medical Examiners and
consider re-writing .the statute to be a more workable
document.
Appleman stated a state committee has already been
appointed to come here and study Dr. Sapala's procedures in
the entire circuit. He said every county in the 4th Circuit is
concerned over the matter for many of the same reasons as
Gulf.


Three Men Arrested, Charged With



Sr Possession of Controlled:Substanc
Three men were arrested lity of drugs including mari-- dollars. l home, located a short dista e
Tuesday, when a search of a juana, "speed" and other According to Sheriff Ken snuth of Wewahitchka, a .r
mobile home on the Over- material,- having a, street Murphy, a search warrant confidential information was
street Road uncovered a quan- value of several. hundred was obtained for the mobile received concerning the drits
.. "": beinglocated in the home. Te
^ -^ information was received ear-
A ly in the morning Tuesday y
/. -i"v'W ud ~(Continued From Page1) Deputy Sheriff Frank Mills,
A s e s e t oHwho set the search opera'Lin
into motion.
as what is known as "'Emergency Distribu- real and personal property for ad valorem
tioni Funds". This is a one-time payment only taxing purposes. "I feel confident we are now The search was made y
and is included in the sales tax figure total. at or near the 100 percent valuation mark. I investigators Charley ltl,
CITY VALUES can tell you for sure, we will not .have a Phil McLeod, Deputies M s
The two incorporated cities in the reappraisal of Gulf County property next and Bobby Bagby and We a-
county also will experience sizeable valuation year, as far as I am concerned." hitchka Police Chief J. i.
increases, according to the Property Apprai- Glass, which resulted in e
--ser's figures. Mrs Williams said she anticipates drugs being located and he
The City of Port St. Joe will have its certification of the new roll by July 31. She three men being placed unger
taxable ronertv values increased from must then mail out the state required TRIM arrest. a


$82,192,670 last year to $106,940,933 for the
coming year,
Port St. Joe will also receive $62,432 from
- the sales tax fund source.
The City of Wewahitchka will have a
taxable base of $12,089,050, compared with
$10,176,390 last year. Wewahitchka will
receive $27,298 from the sales tax collections.
NEAR FULL VALUATION
Appraiser Williams said the state re-
quires 100 percent valuation be placed against


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.Invites -You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
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MORNING WORSHIP ........ 11:00 A.M.
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WEDNESDAY NIGHT .... .... 7.00 P.M


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Phone 229-6394 or 648-8952
310 Williams4ve. Port St. Joe. Fla


notices by August 19. Property owners men
have 25 days to inquire about any errors,
question any assessments or generally seek
any information they- wish about their
property, its value and estimated taxes to be
levied against it.
"The date for filing any objections to the
assessments will be printed on the TRIM
notices so property owners will have ample
notice of when they should file a complaint if
they have one", the Appraiser said.


Arrested were James (Ken-
ny) Mann, age 28, the owner of
the trailer, his brother, James
0. Mann, Jr., .age 28 and
Thomas Lloyd Owens, age 20,-
all of Wewahitchka. They
were all charged with posses-
sion of a controlled substance.
They are currently being
held in the Gulf County "Jail
pending arraignment before
Judge David L. Taunton.


- Public Notices -


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA .
CASE Nt
PEARL J YON
Plainilld.
us.
EVELYN A. PARHAM.
DefendanI
NOTICE OF ACTION_
TO E ELYN PARHAM
Williamsburg Subdivislon
Wewahilchka Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
action ro foreclose a mortgage h
filed against you and you are rea
serve a copy of your written def
anv. to it on FRANK A BAKER. 1
Street. Blounlslown. Florida
Counsel for Plannfill. on or bDeore
19. 1962. and ile the original ol s
len defenses wrih the Clerk of ih
immediatelyy inerealler. oiner
aelault will De entered against yo
relief requested in the ComDlain
Tne action is lor loreciosure o
gags against ail ol our righis
inieie. in Ina loilOwing real
located in Gun County, Florida
properly Deing described as
Lot 13. BIO-:k 4. ol Pine Ridge
lion Ic Wewanrv.cnka, FioaSrla,
fne PiaI or Oliiciai Recoras. re.:
.n Plol Book 2 Page 8
Records ol Gulf Counly. Flord
PLEASE GOVERN COURSE
CORDiNGLY
VWITNESS m, mnano an a ine .i
Court on Ju. :1 '82
JERRY GATES.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By isI Tornya Knox DeDuty Clerk

BID NO. 275
Tne City if Port SI Joe. Fil
recceiv DIdS Ior the sale o irme I
items 2 Fire Truck: I Inteinallti
Low Boy Tracftoi utility body I
Truck 1 1975 Dodge Car 1 19
Cooy Cairage Truck, i 26 FI a
Doal waGMC alseal engine 2 Jee
an ti 1 mall Jc-hr-so0 c-uldOar
Specriicaiions may be obtained
Cily Clerk's Otlice P 0. Box A
Joe. Florida Brd opening will D0
Ine Regular Cily Commission Me
July 20 1982
CIT3 OF PORT ST JOE, -
By 1i1 L A Farris
CitlyAuditlorClere 21 7
S- FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice'is hereby given that pur
Saectri. 865 09 Fi3r.aa Slatu
unae-rsignia c.ie.orns intena 10
iTn re C l.rk oI ir, e Circuit c'-
Count, Fior.,a Ilur A CkS S aller
puDicalion ofl Iris notice ne


E FOUR.
ND FOR
3 82-126






inmat an
has Deen
auirea 10
senses. It
119 River
32424.
e August
said mil.
is Court
wise a
u lor Ine
a morn-
litle ana
DroDerlv
said real
L Addi
as Der
-orear
Public
da
LF AC
ai or lh,


name or trade name unaer WniCh they Will
be erng9gea in busineEs and rnwhicn said
business is 0o De carnea or To-'WII:
REEVES FURNITURE &
REFINISHING SHOPPE
1313 Long Ave P 0 Box S
Port St Joe Florida 32456
Renee Reeves. 50o, Owner'
John Reeves. 50'c Owner
_____ 41 7 1
BID NO. WWTP 168 "' "- '
The City of Pori SI Joe., Floirida, re-
QuesIs bids 'on 2 15-KV Direct Burial
Cables Cable Direct Burial Cable and
1 InsIrument Direct Burial Cable
Specilicaions imay be oblaned from the
City Clerk's Oflice. P 0 Box A Port SI
Joe. Florioa 32456 Bid opening will be
held atin me regular Ciy Commissior
Meeting on August 3. 1982
CITY OF PORT ST JOE
is/ L A Farris, City Audllor/Cilerk
21 7r15& 7-29
FICTITIOUS NAME
Noil-e .is rereb, gi-n That purua'il io
Seclion 86-309. FIorioa Siaule s Ine
unaers.gned persons inlend to register
Alih the Cleil ol tne Crcuit ccun CuIt
County. Florida. lour weeks alles Ine lirsi
ouDI.Cahon01 ol h.s notice Thi- lr.iiouS
rnme or iradc name under wn.cr, In *Wi
Do engcagei. in business ana in wrhcr. said
Dusines: .i io i e carried .-.r. 10 wi
DECORATOR DEN FLORIST
& GIFT SHOP
321'; Rid Avenue
PoCt SI Joe FIonda 32456.
OAnrrS Tim Ara ] Ma.rar.i 6 ra
jr,.3 JaC3ue v'-aqEr
41C 7 8


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
41C 7, 5 Tne Gulf Count, Board ol Cour-i Corn,
.ii-.oner s will Doe roidiqg buagel near
ings I.:.r Inia ae cisCrja Courinousc,.-oi-:ials
.,eoarir'ert .neads and-cinler Do .:cO'- and
rlas ill agencies rdeaSlhnp lur, lir. lo hii .ai
OliIowing ,ea 1982-.3 Tne lirsi mneel.-.g_- re-
on3i Cub scrredule, aa follow,
lor 1 Ton TnurSda.y Juli 15 1982 al 700 Drr n
972 Fora E D T
00a null Mcr.a,,a Juli 19 1982 at 'C. c0 ,
pmotlor EDT
Sio',O g,,n ir De nlia in ine C.,ou, Corn
from Irne ,TlSi.rneiS' mef lirig ,--inm o irc Gull .
Pon ST Counli Courrinc.usue
held at We r-eques in c. ubl.c Ic. ili d ineie
eating on neri..iS I t v1.ice ,Cur ODinion r maners
,.O-.cern-.g ine~me a .UQge t
BOARD or COUNTY CO.l'IISSIONERS
GULF COUNT, FLORID&'
7 1 7-15 By: t/s/Jimmy 0. Gortman, Chairman'
2t'7-8

rsuantto N' THE CIRCuiT COURT OF THE FOUR
le: Ihe TEErNTi JUDICIAL CIRCUIT irI IjD FOR
iE3liier. GULF COUNTY FLORiD" I
.url Gulf CASE id' 82-.j6
r inre irst in Re:'The Matter of the 4acc'aon cra
li.:|iit.u AMANDA JACKSON,THOMAS.arind
SAMANTHA JACKSON THOMAS.
minors. ':
--m NOTICE '
TO ,-,.CA .,lI CKc-t-IJ :
Whose last known a- ,.
6130 Cedarwood ECr.
College Park. Georgia 30349
"butwhose current address is" .
unknown
Arid
SIN HWAN JACKSON
.: Whose last ,n,:.,,', 5. .: .. ude, '-,:-
was:
Bell County. Texas '
but whose current address Ist
unknown .
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Pefition for
the adoption of the above namA& minor
children has been tiled in the aIove styl-
d court and you are commandedto serve
a copy of your written defenses. itf'aIny, to
WILLIAM J. RISH. petitioner's attorney:
whose address is 303 Fourth StreIt. Port
St. Joe. Florida. and whose post office ad-
dress is P. 0. Box 87. Port St. Joe, liorlda
32456. on or before August 5. 198.. and
file the original with the clerk of this court'
either before service on petitioner's at-
torney or immediately thereafter; other.
wise a default may be entered against
you for the relief demanded in this peti-
tion. I
WITNESS my hand and the seal of the
court at Port St. Joe. Gulf County. Florida.
this 29th day of June. 1982.
JERRY GATES.
it CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Is/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
4t 7-1


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1982


PAGE THREE


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1982


Lori Heacock and J. H.


Moore Exchange Vows


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purple sweetheart, tea and
American beauty roses. The
bouquet was backed in chan-
tilly lace and finished with
bows and streamers of the
same lace and royal purple
satin.
Ms. Dianne Graham served


yoke and encircled by a
flounced lace ruffle They
carried chantilly lace baskets
brimming with lavender and
royal purple gardenia, ball
mums, petunias and baby's
breath. A moire ribbon how
with streamers tied in love


In a beautiful candlelight
ceremony, Lori Kay Heacock
and Joseph Harry Moore, Jr.
were united in marriage at
8:00P.M. Saturday, June 26 at
the First Baptist Church of
Port St. Joe with the Reverend
Howard Browning officiating.
The bride, daughter of Mr.
Sand Mrs. Robert C. Heacock,
graduated from Port St. Joe
High School in 1979 and is
presently employed by Fe-
deral Employees Credit
Union, Atlanta, Georgia. Her
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Chafin and the
late Mildred Chafin of White
City, and Mrs. Martha Hea-
cock and the late Robert G.
Heacock of Sidney, Montana.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H.
Moore, Sr. of Loganville,
z Georgia and is a 1977 graduate
of Clarkston High School. He
is presently employed by J. H.
Moore, Sr. as a contractor. His
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Robert B. Moore of
j.Damascus, Ohio and Mrs.
Dorothea Link and the late
'*:Buhel Link of Niles, Ohio.
Presented in marriage by
,'her parents and escorted to
the altar by her father, the
i, bride chose a white formal
length gown of chiffon and
Z chantilly lace. The fitted lace
: bodice featured a high neck, a
5 :framed sheer yoke of re-
:' embroidered lace and pearls
5: and was complemented in the
back by a dropped waist.
FrAdding romance to the gown
were the split bishop sleeves
,=of chiffon over lace with
matching lace cuffs. The
-A-line style skirt of chiffon
-:was designed with a pleated
chiffon and re-embroidered
Solace placed on the center front
'.and fell into a chapel length
5ytrain that was embellished
.with appliques of chantilly.
nFor her headpiece, the bride
:wore a finger-tip juliet veil
Pledged in seed pearls. She
carried a cascade bouquet of
=-lavender, white and royal
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Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore,Jr.


as maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Ms. Robin Heacock,
sister of the bride, Ms. Cherry
Crum and Ms. Dawana Ja-
cobs. They wore formal length
gowns of lavender polyester
knit. The 'empire waistline
featured a gathered front
bodice while gathers fell from
the fitted back bodice onto the
full skirt. Complementing the
gown was a high neck circular
scalloped cape of a matching
lavender adorned with a sheer


knots was the focal point of the
bouquet. Ms. Shanin Chafin,
cousin of the bride, served as
flower girl. She wore a laven-
der lace dress.
Michael Burt served as best
man. Groomsmen were Tom
Moore, brother of the groom,
and Dana Moore, cousin of the
groom.
Nuptial music was perform-
ed by Ms. Ann Aldridge,
organist, and Mrs. Marian
Barber, soloist.


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The bride's mother wore a
pink formal length gown of
polyester knit with a matching
silk jacket. Her corsage was
lavender alster maria lilies
tied with matching lace rib-
bon. The groom's mother wore
a blue formal length gown of
chiffon over satin and wore a
corsage of pink bearded iris
tied with matching lace rib-
bon.
Immediately following the
ceremony, the bride's parents
entertained the guests with a
reception in the church social
hall.
Following a trip to Ohio, the
couple will reside in Logan-
ville, Georgia.
Mrs. Charlotte Pierce di-
rected the wedding and the
Port St. Joe Garden Club
directed the reception.
The bride was honored with
a miscellaneous shower June 4

at the First Baptist Church


Hostesses for the occasion were
Mrs. Vickie Thomas, Mrs. Betty Boyd,
Mrs. Beatrice Hewett and Mrs. Sharon
Everett. Shown in the photo, above, left
to right, are Mrs. Sharon Everett, Mrs.


social nail. Hostesses were
,..Mrs. Mildred Owens, Mrs.
Agnes Culpepper, Mrs.
&Frances Graham, Mrs. Sara
Allen, Mrs. Carolyn Wright,
Mrs. Linda Bray, Mrs. Mar-
garet Howell, Mrs. Freda
Jacobs, Mrs. Jean Stebel and
(Mrs. Elwyn Blount.
A kitchen shower was given
ty Ms. Dianne Graham, Mrs.
renda Arnold and Ms. Sissy
Lowery at the home of Mrs.
Frances Graham June 21.
Ms. Suzanne Hammock
hosted an ice cream party at
her home June 23.
The home of Mrs. Frances
Graham was the setting for
the bridesmaid luncheon June
19. Hostesses were Mrs.
Frances Graham and Mrs.
rolyn Wright.
JMr. and Mrs. Joseph H.
Moore, Sr. entertained the
wedding party and. relatives
with a rehearsal dinner June
25 at the Port St. Joe Garden
Club Center.


Bride-Elect Honored

Miss Suzanne Hammock was honored with a miscellan-
eous.bridal shower at the'First Baptist Church Fellowship
Hall on Thursday, July 1. Miss Hammock, center, is shown
with her mother, Mrs. Ann Hammock and her grandmother,
Mrs. Jessie Shirley.
Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Alice Bowen, Mrs.
E. F. Gunn, Mrs. Robert Heacopk, Mrs. M. P. Huie, Mrs. Ed
F. McFarland, Mrs. Tom Parker, Jr., Mrs. Paul Presnell,
Mrs. Martin Bowman and Mrs. John White.
!


Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hammock
of Port St. Joe have an-
nounced final plans for the
marriage of their daughter,
Suzanne Lynn, to Gary De-
wayne White, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne White, also of
Port St. Joe.


Beatrice Hewett, the honoree, Miss
Medlin, her mother, Cora Sue Robin-
son, Mrs. Vickie Thomas and Mrs.
Betty Boyd. -Star photo


The wedding will take place
July 17 at 3 p.m. at the First
Baptist Church of Port St. Joe.
All relatives and friends are
invited to attend. A reception
will follow in the Church
Social Hall.


Homecoming

At Howard

Creek Sun.
Howard Creek Baptist Mis-
sion will have Homecoming on
July 25th.
Rev. Orval Reynolds and
the congregation extend an
invitation to everyone to join
in this occasion. "Dinner on
the Ground" will be served
following the services.


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All Other toans .',
Real Estate Owned aad in 0
Judgment ;
Loans and ContractsMade o
Facilitate Sale of Fleal' 38,080.42
Estate ."
S- 1,994,574.72
Cash on Hand aqd ip' anKs
., 1 1901 R97 7R


investments and Shecritles
Fixed Assels Less '[
Depreciation
Deterred Chargs,andI Ormer
Assets
TOTAL


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LENDER


;401 Fifth Street


CITIZENS FEDERAL
Savings and Loan Association
of Port St. Joe

After the Close of Business June 30, 1982


LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH

Savings Accounts $12,773,366.36
Savings Accounts ..


Advances from Federal
Home Loan Bank
Other Borrowed
Money

Loans in Process

Other Liabilities

Specific Reserves

General Reserves
Surplus


TOTAL


$ 661,316.53


148,407.03

0
, ..-. '+. -+: .'.. .: ;


629,606.02 1,290,922.55
... +' $14,212,695.94
.... .' .. 9


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Phone 227-1416


Bridal Shower Fetes Miss Medlin


'Cindy Medlin was honored with a
bridal shower Thursday evening, July 8
at the Pentecostal Holiness .Church
Social Hall. Miss Medlin will become
the bride of Dennis Floye Ake.


Suzanne Hammock and


Gary White To Wed


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/ Judith Stone Becomes


Bride of Timothy Wise


Judith' Angeline Stone of
Port St. Joe and Timothy
Griham Wise of Dade City
were united in marriage April
10 at the Antioch Baptist
Church on Lake Talquin Road
in Quincy. Reverend Michael
Kahl, minister of the church,
performed. the double ring
ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse V. Stone of
Port St. Joe. Her grandpa-
rents are the late Mr. and Mrs.
T. H. Stone. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
; Wise of Ocala.
The sanctuary platform was
beautifully graced with a
large arch of fresh spring
flowers and was flanked on
both sides by a spiral arrange-
ment of flowers and candles.
This created an impressive
background for the ceremony.
Rebecca Wise of Crystal
River, niece of the groom,
performed the nuptial music

Wise, Copley

Final Plans Told
, Mrs. Lois Hancock Wise of
Port St. Joe is proud to
announce' the '. approaching
marriage of her daughter,
Carol Marie, To William
Franklin Copley of Dothan,
Alabama. The joyous occasion
will be held at the Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church, Port
St. Joe, on July 17, at 6:00
E.S.T. with Rev. David Fer-
nandez officiating.
Friends of the couple are
invited to share in their joy as
they exchange vows and begin
their new life together.

.15 Year Reunion

for Class.of1967
The Class of 1967 will be
t. having a 15 year reunion on
July 23 and 24. Those wishing
5 to attend, please contact Mar-
garetM i"-at 229-6212 or
226115 or Mary Linda Butts
at 229-6182 by July 22.
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which included many of the
couple's favorite selections.
The music for the bride's
entrance was the "Trumpet
Voluntary", a trumpet and
organ' duet. The- trumpet solo-
ist was Michael Hummon of
Crystal, Minn.
The bride was given in
marriage by her parents and
escorted to the altar by her
father. She was radiant in a
traditional full length gown of
chiffon with, a Queen -Anne
neckline embroidered with
Alencon lace. The A-line skirt
featured a chapel length train.
The dress was complemented
' by a woven lace springtime
hat with a seeded pearl bow
that attached a veil nf tulip


After a wedding trip !to
Destin, the couple will reside


in Dade City, where the groom
is the Director of Counseling
at Saint Leo College.


lavender floor length gown
featuring an A-line skirt with
matching jacket.
Scott Smith of Ft. Lauder-
dale served as the Best Man.
Ushers were Thomas D. Wise,
brother of the groom, and
Michael Hummon.
Following the ceremony, the
parents of the bride entertain-
ed with a reception ip the
church fellowship hall. Miss
Loretta Bramlett and Mrs.
Stella DeVaney, both of Talla-
hassee, served the bride's
cake. Marnie Wise of Crystal
River, and Mari Harrison of
Port St. Joe served the punch.
Attending the bride's book
was Robin Wise.


The bride carried a colonial The bride was honored with
nosegay bouquet of mixed several showers, both in Talla-
springtime flowers with la- hassee and Port St. Joe. A





hosted the rehearsal dner and receptio
vender satin streamers tied in the church's fellow-
l foSo shitwere held in honor of the brideWise
love Matrono fand groom by Dr. and Mrs.
Carole Kahl, was lovely '.in a Colege.

ainous, ,. hearsal, the groom's parents
hosted the rehearsal dinner
given in the church's fellow-
B ergersteinh ship hall. Mrs. Timothy Graham Wise


Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gainous
of Highland View wish to
announce the marriage of
their son, David, to Florence
Bergerstein,.daughter of Mrsi
Joanne ..Gladys of Mexico
Beach, and Herman Bergen-
stein of Cleveland, Ohio on
July 2.



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fixer-up. $11,50I. eirraTcing.
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Bobbie Miller --Assoc.


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla.


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Simmons, Jr are proud to
announce the birth of their
son. George Walton Simmons
III, born July 7, at Gulf Coast
Community Hospital. Trey
weighed 9 lbs. 12'4 ozs.
His grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. George W. Simmons
of St. Joseph's Point, and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Nowell of
Panama City.
Trey was welcomed home
by his sister, Jennifer.


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THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1982


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Port St. Joi


NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ... ... ..... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .... ... 11.00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ....... .. 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer.
Man Our Brother"


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Kelly 6, and Michael 3,
Children of Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Burkett, 114 Westcott Circle.


Rhett, one, son of Dit and
Debbie Butler of St. Joe
Beach.


AMelissa Ann, 14 months,.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Ihumm, 622 Madison St.
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THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1982 THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1982


Justin, 6k2 months, son of Erica Ann, 2, daughter of David, 2%, son of Mr. and
Daniel and Tunnie Miller, Rt. Timmy and Sally Hamm, P. Mrs. Kevin Byrne, 509 Tenth
1, Wewahltchka. 0. Box 391, Port St. Joe. Street.


Wendy 7, and Timothy 3,
children of Ray and Jan Miller
of P. O. Box 692, Poit St. Joe.


Angele 13, Gwen 9, Neil 5,
Lance 3% and Kabby 2%,
children of Bill and Judy
WhiteEagle, 617 Maddox St.


Michlyn, 10, daughter of
Phil McLeod, 1502 Long
Avenue.


Joseph 8, and Michelle 6,
children of Ms. Beverly Rich,
1911 Cypress Ave.


Michael 11 and Randy 8,
sons of Ray and Gloria
Ramsey, 1303 Marvin Ave.


I -'
(. Jamie, 4, daughter of Mr.
AandfMrs. Oliver C. Besore, 108
Hunter Circle.


( Thad 13, and Angel 8, chil-
dren of Rev. and Mrs. Ernest
A. Barr, 1609 Palm Blvd.

YN2 Sealey

'Returns Home
: Robert P. Sealey, YN2 US
Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Sealey has just returned
home from a six month
deployment to the Indian
Ocean and Mediterranean Sea
aboard the Aircraft Carrier
John F. Kennedy.
During the cruise he visited
Australia, Kenya, France and
Sliain.


German Investors Look At County
.Representatives of a group Guided through the county According to Morley, they interested in the upper part of.
oiinvestors from West Ger-. by Dr. Richard Morley, retir- were touring sites all the way Florida and were extremely
many. ere in Gulf County last ed president of Gulf Coast west to Walton County in their impressed with the tracts they-
seek, looking over the possi- .t~ominnity 'College,;the two ; inspection tour. ,. were shown here in Gulf
_of. tWOv's wet". :'Morleysard Theyiarevery County."
of land. searching for tracts of from
300 to 5,000 acres of land for .i
purchase and development.
The two men, Fritz Myra and
Cornelius Wiedeinann report-
ed they were impressed with
possibilities here in Gulf Coun- .
ty and will be back .in the
county for further tours and
examination of properties
some time in November.
Morley said the two men
Avocados ripen quickly "apparently represented a lot
when put in a brown of money" and were interest-
paper bag and set edininvestmentopportunities
i.n a warm place. in all of Northwest Florida.


HIGHLAND VIEW

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


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


10-00 A M
. 1100A.M
6:00 P M.
7:30 Prayer Meetings


Nursery Provided


Van Orman

Died July 7
James R. Van Orman, 53, a
resident of Mexicp Beach,
passed away Wednesday
morning, July.. 7, in Tyndall
AFB Hospital. He was a native*
of Akron, Ohio. He served in
the Air Force in the Korean
Conflict, and in VietnAm in the
Strategic Air Command; He
retired from the Air Force to St.
serve in the Ohio State High-
way Patrol, both in Akron, and
in Marietta, Ohio. He was a
member of the Joppa Lodge,
Akron, and was a 32nd Degree
Mason. He was of the Pro-
testant faith. He was a former
resident of Woodfield, Ohio.
Survivors include: his wife,
Mrs. Masami T. Van Orman,.
Mexico Beach; one brother,
Ward G. Van Orman, Deer-
field Beach; one sister, Edith
V, Dunn, Wobdsfield, Ohio;
Stepmother, Mrs. W. T. Van
Orman, Akron, Ohio; two
nieces and two nephews, April
and Jack Van Orman, and
Rick Dunn and Stephany
Johnson.
No funeral services were
held. The body was cremated
and sent to Akron for inter-
ment.
All local arrangements were
under the direction of the
Comforter Funeral Home.


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Port St. Joe

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Announces New and Expanded '
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Tuesday: 9-12, 2-5:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 9-12, 2-5:30 p.m.
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Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE
MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music and Youth


Greg Stevens, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Stevens,
caught this 26'2 pound Jack off St. Joe Point oni.a live pin-fish
Monday afternoon of this week. Proud grandfather, Ellis
Stevens pointed out, "That's the biggest fish he has ever
caught". .. -Star photo


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1982


Dixie Youth Team.


Port St. Joe's all-star Dixie Youth team was in L
Haven Monday night of last week to enter the Major Lea
Sub-District tournament. The team's first opponent
Lynn Haven. Shown above, front row, left to right, are:,
Johnson, Wayne Mobrey, Ecuador Peters, Paul Beas


,ynn
igue
was,
Jim
lav.


In Tournament
Chris Kennington, Jerry Gilbert and bat boy, Travki
Williams. Back row: Marvin Hamilton, Mark Registeri
.Mickey Gainnie, Marty Williams, Randy Wilder and Johl
Julius. Coaches George Gainnie and Tommy Williams are in
the rear Cnach Rillv Dixson is not shown. -Start photo


eep Informed When 'Can

If a hurricane threatens, area receive a tornado warn- mediately, preferably below
3teep listening to your local ing, seek inside shelter im- ground level.

the latest Weather Service
dvisories as wells special
instructions from local gov-
ernmnent.
Hurricanes can cause power .
'and water failure. Check. "
,attery-powered equipment
,uch as radios and flashlights
ow. Your battery radio could
ine your only source of infor-
mation in a hurricane emer-
:gency. Store a supply of '
o1aihking water in clean bath
tubs, jugs, bottles, and cook
ng -utensils because your
town's water system may be
rontaminated or damaged by .
:the storm.
.' g.'Fill your car's fuel tank to
35e prepared in case-.evacua-
:ion should be necessary. Also, Great Big Pumpkin
* here is the possibility that
ppervice stations may be .n-,. il S asemn, 208 Arkansas Sreetj Mexico Beach.
'N~p tWMsh 4d-wdeff'hisla.age 6pound pumpkinpgrovn in his garden
oard up indws or pro- this season. Slaseman said he paid $2.95 for five seeds from
fact them with storm shutters which the large pumpkin was grown. Any way you slice it,.
:r tape. Danger to small that's a lot of pies. -Star photo
windowss is mainly from wind-
SSriven debris. Larger win-
dows may be broken by wind
pressures. Although tape may "

Svay ,of. preventing flying
Vass. sL

night be blown away. Gar-
oage cans, garden tools, toys,
igns, porch furniture, and a
fiumber of other harmless
items become weapons in
h hurricane winds. Boats should
lie moored securely, or moved
to a designated safe area
before the storm arrives.
SResidents of low-lying areas
that may be swept by high
tides or storm 'waves should 2. ", "
evacuate such areas without
delay. It would be extremely
dangerous to be caught in your
car on an open coastal road.
"Roads to safer areas could
Become flooded before the full
force of the hurricane strikes,
and getting out of such areas
could be further complicated
by the fact that the density of .
population in some areas
makes it mathematically inm- ',
possible for the few roads to
accommodate everyone within
one day.
evacuation of your area, DO
SO IMMEDIATELY. Keep
your car radio on to listen for
further instructions, such as
the location of emergency
shelters.
If you live inland away from
the beaches and low-lying
coastal areas, your home is
well constructed, and local
authorities have not called for
evacuation in your area, stay
home and make emergency
preparations.
As you monitor Weather
toServicernado advisoriwatceso be alert for When my brother talked me into ge
Tornadoes are often spawned Audit, I knew what they'd say: caulk U
by hurricanes, Should your erstrip the doors, wrap the water he


Apply Now for

Work On Home
Applications are now being
taken for home repairs at the
Gulf County Community De-
velopment Corp. office, lo-
cated at the Washington Rec-
, reaction site behind the Senior
Citizen's building. Office
hours are 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
It is very important that
applications are completed as
soon as possible. Only a
limited number of dwellings
can be repaired; therefore,
applying immediately would
be advantageous.


Driving In the Rain Takes Skill


Driving in the rain on a wet
road requires special skills

Brown In

Washington

for Meeting
Stiles Brown, Gulf County
Republican Chairman and
Florida State Committeeman,
flew to Washington," D.C. on
July 14th. and will be spending
an exciting day today, July
15th, as guest of President
Ronald Reagan for breakfast
at the White House, and a
V.I.P. tour following. At noon,
Mr Brown will be a luncheon
guest of Vice President
George Bush and Mrs. Bush at
the Vice President's official
residence. Florida Senator
Paula Hawkins is entertaining
at dinner in the Senate Special
Dining Room.
Mr. Brown is joining a group
of Florida Republicans for this
special day. Mr. and Mrs.
Brown are visiting in Indiana
and Michigan, and plan to
return to Port St Joe on or
before August 1st.


Oyster Handler

Le Nears Course Offered


Once the hurricane .has
reached your area," remain
indoors. Blowing debris can
:injure and kill. Travel "is'
extremely dangerous. Be
especially wary of the "eye"
of the hurricane. If the storm
center passes directly over-
'head, there will be a lull in the
:wind lasting from a few
minutes to half-an-hour or
more. At the other side of the
"eye" the winds will increase
rapidly to hurricane force and
will come from the opposite
direction.


The Gulf County Health
-Department ,announces a
course for Oyster Handlers
'and Workers to be held July
19, 20, and 21 i Monday,
Tuesday, and Wednesday) at
7:00 p.m. at the Health Dept.
on 401 Long Avenue.
Every person, regardless of
age, must attend this course, to
be issued a Health Permit for
Oystering. The fee for a
permit is $2.00, and the card
will be issued upon completion
of the course.
For more information, call
227-1276.


^ S...Sf S.. i a ili M
tting a Florida Power Home Energy
he windows, tape the ductwork, weath-
eater-work, work, work. .
-, i 4 A. .4 r.I Urkrr-i' lm--


But I didn't know they'd get somebody else to o i' i te null ie
Energy auditor gave me a complete estimate of costs for materials and
labor for seven different energy-saving projects. They hire the contractor,
they inspect the work-they even pick up part of the tab! So I can
afford to catch up on my rest. -----------
In fact, Florida Power's new For more information on the Home Eneigy Fix-Up
Home Energy Fix-Up Program program. call or send this coupon to your local Florida
makes saving energy so easy, you
can do it with your eyes closed. Name -'...
Address
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and techniques said the Flori-
da Highway Patrol this week.
In 1981, Florida experienced
229 fatal crashes during rainy
weather,.
"Wet pavement should have
the same meaning to motor-
ists as a caution flag does to a
race driver," warned Colonel
Eldrige Beach, Patrol direct-
or. "The first thing a driver
should do when running into a
shower is to simultaneously
slow down and turn on the
windshield wipers."
Sharp braking, should be
avoided as pavement is more
slippery during the first few
minutes of a rain storm until
oil and dirt have been washed
from the pavement.
Following distances should
be increased or doubled when
possible because it takes
longer to stop on wet pave-
menL. Driving in the track:
left by the vehicle ahead if
possible without following too
closely will improve traction
and prevent the planing or
water-skiing effect in heavy
rain.
Headlights should be turned
on when you are unable to see
clearly for 1,000 feet -ahead
and if you must drive through
water deep enough to wet your
brake linings, hold your foot
lightly on the brake pedal for a
few hundred feet afterwards
to dry out the linings.
"Traffic accidents on wet


roads could be' almost com-
pletely eliminated," beach
concluded. "All it takes is a


few simple and common sense'
precautions on the part of
every driver."


First

Presbyterian Church

Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
.SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .: ..... 10:00A.M.-
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ...... 11:00A.M..
Study in the Gospels. Wednesday 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857



Gai 2223 HIGHLAND VIEW


,o,. / CHURCH OF GOD

TEMPERANCE "Where Jesus Christ Is King.
SE & God's Love Is An
9 n I l Z Everflowing Fountain"
Sw


SUNDAY SCHOOL ..
MORNING WORSHIP
EVENING WORSHIP
WEDNESDAY EVENING
Pastor Ira J.


10-00 A M.
. 11:00 A M.
600 PM
7-00 P M
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216 Monument Avenue Port St. Joe Phone 227-1291


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Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL .............. ......... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ..................... 11:00 A.M.
. EVENlNG-QBL' .. ... ......... .. 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST'YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .... ..... 6:30 P.M
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ............ 7:30 P.M.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1982


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SSworn In
He's about three weeks late in having it
done, because he has been gone on vacation,
but City Commissioner, James B. "Benny"
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Roberts, above left, was sworn into office
Tuesday night of last week by Clerk Alden
Farris. Roberts was re-elected in the May
election to another term on the City
Commission. He was without opposition.
-Star photo
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Old, but Fast!

James L. Hanlon was winner of the Master's Division (40
and over) in the fifth annual Mid-Summer Nite 10,000 Meter
Road Race at Fort Rucker, Alabama recently. Hanlon
finished 19th overall in a field of 200 participants, with a time
of 37:02.
The 6.2 mile course had gently rolling hills with the
exception of one 800 yard bulge which went nearly straight up
and was dubbed the "Character Builder" at the four-mile
point. Hanlon has won this division in the same race for two
years in a row. -Star photo

Everyone's Rushing to the
Exciting
SWFirst Baptist

YChurch
S Port St. Joe, Florida. -
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
Bible Study .... 9:45 A.M.
(All ages)
Worship 11-00 AM.
(Broadcast live
WJOE AM and WGCV-FM
Church Training 6.30 P M.
Worship .. 7.30 P M.

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


18 Compete

In Annual

Fish Rodeo

The annual' Chief Buck
Griffin Fishing Rodeo was
held at the St. Joseph Bay
Couj iy Club on Monday, July
12, from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Eighteen fishermen and
, fisher omen were competing
for: prize catches. More than
250 fish were taken by the
youngsters.
. Taking top honors with the
most fjh and largest bream
was George Bryant. George
caught 58 fish in all. Taking
second honors was Joey Wil-
liams with a total of 51 fish,.
and Joey also claimed the
largest catfish. Michael Cool-
ey captured top honors with
the largest bass.
The Rodeo is held annually
in cooperation with the Sum-
mer Recreation Department,
City of Port St. Joe, and the St.
Joseph Bay Country Club, in
honor of the late "Buck"
Griffin.

School In

Summer

Session
The Gulf County Adult
School is open all summer, as
well as the rest of the year. If
you are an adult who has not
finished the work required for
a high school diploma, now is
the time to do so. You do not
have to start over getting your
high school credits, but will
start where you stopped.
Every student has his own
course of study designed to
give him the needed help and
courses for high school com-
pletion.
So, come now and begin the
work to get your high school
diploma, an accomplishment
that will stay with you all the
rest of, ypur life.
For further information call
227-1744. The Gulf County
Adult School is an equal
opportunity employer and
does not discriminate on the
basis of race, color, national
origin, or sex.
"Tnere are muany things that
we would throw away, if
we were not afraid that oth-
ers might pick them up."
Oscar Wilde


BEWARE OFFertilizer T

TOO MUCH SUN BY DR. ROBERT J. BLACK it is called a Compp
Too much sun can turn an anticipated Gardeners are confused by fertilizer". When only on
pleurable vacation nto days of ceaseless pain terminology as it applies to two of the nutrients
and discomfort. With Just a little caution and commercial fertilizers. Such present it is referred to a
a good suntan product, you can prevent both terms as mixed fertilizer, "incomplete fertilizer."
agony and days of unsightly peeling of your balanced or unbalanced. corn- A "balanced" fertilize
skin. Expose yourself to the sun, with plenty
of a good suntan preparation lightly patted plete or incomplete have little one containing the three
on the skin, for a short time to start. Then as or no meaning to many jor nutrients in et
your suntan develops take more sun each day. gardeners. Then when it amounts An 8-8-8 fertiliz(
Watch out for those foggy days with the comes to numbers on the a "complete-balanced" fer
sun hidden. Ultra-violet rays can filter through fertilizer bag, such as 8-8-8 or zer since it contains all ti
to give you a burn. Protect your eyes with a 10-6-4, they are even more major nutrient elements
pair of sunglasses, created to filter out most
of the harmful ultra-violet rays. Stop in and confused as to the meaning of all three are present in e
we will be glad to help you select dependable these figures. We will try to amounts
protection against the sun. explain to you what these A "complete-unbalance
'-A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST c. W terms and figures mean as fertilizer is one that cont
with their brescrlDtions, health needs and olher they apply to fertilizer, all three major nutrients
pharmacy products. We consider Inis trubi A fertilizer is a material each is not present in ec
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal which contains one (or some- amounts A 10-6-4 fertilize
S family pharmacy9"' times two or three) of the an example of a Compp
Major plant food nutrients- unbalanced" fertilizer.
BHTT STTS D nitrogen, phosphorus, and po- Now, to get down to
DU I I ,// U STORE tassium. specifics of what the num
When two'or more fertilizer on the bag mean. The t
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years of observation and
experience you have no way of
knowing which of the three
major nutrient elements may


terminology'

)lete. 8-8-8 is the analysis or grade total of 24 pounds of plant
e or' designation of a commonly .nutrients.' The remaining 76
are. available complete and bal- pounds consist of a filler or a
s an V anced fertilizer. The grade or carrier of some kind. These
applysis of a fertilizer gives fillers may or may not have
r is the percentage by weight of some value as a source of
ma- -..each of the three fertilizer. plant nutrients.( Some fertili-
qua I r. nutrients The percentages zer manufacturers include
er is I are expressed in terms of total micronutrients in the filler.
rtil- nitrogen, available phosphoric The micronutrients iron, man-
hree acid'and water-soluble potash. ganese, zinc, copper, chlorine,
and ;,Thus, an 8-8-8 fertilizer con- molybdenum and boron are
qual X tains eight percent total nitro- required in very minute quan-
x -gen, eight percent phosphoric titles and less often than the
ed" ai i. and eight percent water- nitrogen, phosphorus and po-
amis ,o uble potash The nutrients tassium.
but ', always listed in this order Two questions may come to
qual 'okhe label attached to the mind. These are: Should you
er is fertilizer. use a complete-balanced ferti-
lete- Y'A. 100-pound bag of 8-8-8 lizer or a complete-unbal-
'i4b iously contains eight anced fertilizer? How much
the -ords of nitrogen, eight should you use?
bers 6dufids of phosphoric acid and Generally, 'a complete-
erm eightt pounds of potash, or a balanced fertilizer should be
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fore, a complete fertilizer is
recommended to take care of
any possible deficiency of the
three major elements.


That's Right Folks'
During Our


The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
pP ,. Port St. Joe, Florida 0/,
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"
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JULY SPECIAL
If You Get a Sofa Upholstered at our regular Low
Cost, you can get a small or medium chair
upholstered FREE of labor charge large chairs just '2
of regular laoor charge)
CALL ORCOMEBY
B & L UPHOLSTERY
104 6th Street, Highland View Port St. Joe
Phone 229-6429


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Foodliner .
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka
Prices Good July 14-20, 1982


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LYKES OLD FASHION


Sliced Bacon.........
SUNNYLAND'S REGULAR, THICK OR
Beef Bologna.........
SUNNYLAND'S REGULAR OR
Beef Wieners.. .....
IGA SMOKED WAFER(ALL VARIETIES)


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SUNNYLAND BREAKFAST LIN'
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$178

$138


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Tired of Hamburgers? Try Our Schomburgers
This Week's Special
ITALIAN SCHOMBURGER ......... $1.59
Other Varieties available at the regular price O $1.89. Varieties: Roast Beef, Pastrami,
Reuben, Oriental, Mexican, Hungarian. :.


HANDY PAK C.C.
POTATOES .............. 5 Lb. $129


IGA Pie Shells ............. 2 shells
IGA Brussel Sprouts ........ ............... 10 oz.
Meadow Gold Ice Creamainflavors.... v gal.
Meadow Gold Creamcicles ...... pak


$asill
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$21@
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SUBMARINE SANDWICH .
CHICKEN SALAD .......
CARROT RAISIN SALAD ..
FRENCH or ITALIAN BREAD
LOAF POUND CAKE ......
ANGEL FOOD CAKE .....


....... E.$1.19
. . . nt99
. . . Loafs9
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........ $1.49


SAVE MONEY- SHOP OUR SELECTION OF GENERIC PRODUCTS
Mac. & Cheese Dinners P. oz.4/1 MUSHROOMS ......... o40.59C
Chocolate Flay. Syrup s oz.59C Grape or Apple Jelly ..... 2 b. 95'
PEANUT BUTTER ..... ioz. jar 99 Pancake & Waffle Mix 2I.69'
CAKE MIX While. Yellow or Devils Food 59' EVAPORATED MILK 13.L31/$1.09


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MARGARINE ............2
IGA Long Horn Cheese (Colby.Cheddar.Hallmoon) .
Minute Maid Orange Juice ........... .
Sealtest Reg. Cottage Cheese ........
Sealtest Sour Cream .................


1 Lb.
10 Oz.
64 Oz.
24 Oz..
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890,


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IGA
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Pecan Spins ...... .2
ViennaBread ...... 2
Raisin Bread .........


6pak$09
16 Oz.'$ 00
16 Oz. 890


HELT&BEUT ID DEPT


Bufferin Tablets .... . . .
Pepsodent Toothpaste Ao- on............
Signal Mouthwash 4on ..................
Alka Seltzer.....................


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SWEET CORN 5Ears$1
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TOMATOES L.Tra99
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BANANAS
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CANTALOUPES


Boiling
Green Peanuts
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QUALITY MEATS

Everyday Down' Price Saving
Fresh Fryer
U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless L A TER
SHLDR. ROAST LEG QUARTERS

L$1b.8 4. 9

Fresh Lean 100% Pure Beef 3 Lbs. or $ I8 U.S.D.A. Grade A (2 per bag)
GROUND BEEF Lb. 1 WHOLE FRYERSLb.58
U.S.D.A. Choice Full Cut $199 Fresh Fryer "Family Pak" 79
ROUND STEAK Lb. Drumsticks or Thighs Lb.
U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless $ 79 Fresh CHICKEN R9
CHUCK STEAK Lb.' 9 LIVERe ..... 99
U.S.D.A. Coice Boneless 8Tender Lean Quarter Loin $ 79
SWISS STEAK Lb. 1 PORK CHOPS Lb.
U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless $1 69 3 Down Small Tender $ 89
CHUCK ROAST Lb. 69 SPARE RIBS L.a
Fresh Sliced Skinned & Deveined Hickory Smoked Family Pak $ 138
-BEEF LIVER Lb.88 Sliced BACON Lb.
Good Value All Meat or $1 Register's Pure Pork $ 98
BEEF FRANKS 12 oz. 09 Smoked Sausage Lb.
T.V. Brand % or Whole 29 Good Value BOLOGNA, BEEF BOLOGNA $ 69
BNLS. HAMS Lb. $2 9 Salami, Spi. Luncheon Lb.
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S we Welcome
USDA Food Stamp


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





All brands
5 lb. bag C
SUGAR88
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32 oz. ja


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TOWELS 58


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WAFFLE MIX 7I White Frosting 17 PRESERVES 1 DISH DETER. 5O
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1982


4.2 acres of land, fence on
back. $450 and take up pay-
ments of $100 per month, less
than $9,000 owed. Call 2294367
.or 229-6196. tfc 6-24
75x715' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfe 7-15

2101 Long Avenue. 3 bdrm.,
2 ba., sunken family rm
w/stone fireplace, din. rm.
and liv. rm. Central h&a/c.
$59,900.. Call 229-8861 or
229-8462. tfc 7-15


One commercial lot 30' x
90' at 319 Reid Ave. $8,000.
Call 227-1468 or 227-1100.
rtfc5-20


FORSALE
Two commercialbuildings,'
30'x90' ea. in PSJ oil -Wil-
liams Ave. currently used
as warehouses. Easily ad-
aptable for other uses.
Price $20,000 ea. May be
purchased separately or
together. Call 227-1468 or
.227-1100. tfc 5-13





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


FOR RN, MISC.FORSAL


For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
Mobile home sites, efficien-
cy apt., mobile homes, and
campers for rent on beach. By
day, week, month or year. Ski
Breeze Camp Sites. Call
229-6105. tfc 1 .


For Rent: 2 bedroom house
at Jones Homestead. Call
227-1674. 2tp7-8
For Rent: Two bdrm. unfur-
nished house with den. Call
229-8754 or 648-8240. tfc 6-24




Own your own Jean-
Sportswear, Infant-Preteen or
Ladies Apparel store. Offering
all nationally known brands
such as Jordache, Chic, Lee,
Levi, Vanderbilt, Calvin
.Klein, Wrangler, over 200
other brands. $7,900 to $16,500
includes beginning inventory,
airfare for one to Fashion
Center, training, fixtures,
grand opening promotions.
Call Mr. Kostecky (501)
327-8031.. ltp7-15


Rooms for. Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV. .
'Thames Hotel. 2294723. 302 The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Reid Ave. tfc7-1 V.F.W. meets 'the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
For Rent: New 2 bdrm.. day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
ppts. with Gulf view. A/c and in the Fla. Power Lounge.
range included, otherwise un- -.
furnished. Reasonable rates. There will be a regular com-
h.sti'Me. oh; --.. --.44`0 Ilr
ERA"for info.'64877. tfc6-17 I odgeNo. 111F, F'.& every,
first and third Thursday at
-Office space available soon. 8:00 p.m.
201 Mohument Ave.' Call 227- B. F. NUNNERY. W.M.
1199 or after 6 p.m., 227-1363. J. P. Cooley, Sec.


tfc5-20
.2 bdrm. furnished trailer for
rent at St. Joe 'Beach. Call
648-5306. tfc 7-15'

No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
. Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. -Joe Furniture.
227-1251.


The, Disabled American
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
JoeMotel. tfc 6-4



The Milky Way can be
easily seen as a bright haze
on a clear' summer night.


Have a Tri-Chem party by
July 30 and get $10 for $2 plus
other hostess' benefits. Call
229-6784.

One sofa bed, call before
5:00,229-8193. 2tp 7-15

1978 Honda 400TZ mptorcy-
cle, disc brake, comstar
wheels, screen, rack, etc. $700.
Call 648-5216. ltp 7-15


ANTIQUES
Ingram black mantle clock,
lions and feet are brass circa:
1900, $225; old railroad pocket
watch $100; brass inkwell, col-
balt blue lining, circa 1850,
$95; antique oak ice box $400;
1920 china hutch $300, buffet
$250; table and chairs $300;
glass bubble .-picture frame
circa 1850," $65' natural
wicker, fancy child's rocket
$250; wicker plant stand 1915,
$30; cherrywood sec. bubble
glass $995; handmade double
quilt, $125; mantle clock
walnut case $100;
Dolls: (2) Aranbee dolls,
1949. and 1920, $65 each; The
Bride, all original"$100; 3
beautiful Chinese dolls, $50
ea., assorted other dolls.
Old McCoy pottery, old bot-
tles and insulators, Avon bot-
tle collection. Other miscel-
laneous items. Selling these
items plus" more' Friday,
Saturday and Sunday. Call
648-5911.

Four 8" Corvette wheels
with chrome rings, $150; 5 pc.
dinette set $75; 10;000 btu air
cond. with energy saver, been
used only 50 hours, $250. 'For
more information call
648-8400. 2tp 7-15

17,ft. Tri-hull inboard boat
'with' traier, '$1,400.00. ..Call
648-5911. ltp7-15

18' fiberglass V-bottom Old
Towner boat, 85 h.p. Mercury,
like new, stainless steel gas
tank, heavy duty trailer, ex-
cel. for salt water or shrimp-
ing. Call 229-8459. tic 7-15
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, Wewahitdhka.
4tp7-8


ERA PARKER REALT
Highway 98 & 31st Street
Mexico Beach, Florida


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PORT ST. JOE. 3 bdrm home w plenty of
room and storage. Screened porch. lv. rm..
din. rm., kit, snack bar. laundry and utility rm
plus hot house. Fenced yard w fruit trees &
garden area. 219 71h St.














M MEXICO BEACH. Brick 3 bdrm., 2 ba. w cen.
h&a/c, Fla. rm., fireplace, landscaped yard,'
P'CB storage shed, carport, utility rm. Gulf
,,viewfrom 16th St. location.



( :* :,GULF FRONT LOTS
TAX-SHELTER RENTALS
CANAL LOTS


Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate'
Barbara Sullivan, Associate
Branch Office 229-84S


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77 or 1-800-874-5073
(OUTSIDE FLORIDA


ST. JOE BEACH. Corner Court St. & A
Pool with slide. 3 bdrm. 2 Da.. bricK ar
trimmed in redwood on 2 lots. Gara
carpeted. 1452 sq. ft. liv. space. large
and screened porch


OVERSTREET. Secluded brick 3 bdrn
on .85 acre impeccably kept. Screene
double garage, fenced backyard. API
stay: pantry for storage.



BEACHSIDE LOTS
WETAPPO CREEK LOT
COMMERCIAL PROPER


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


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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.,
cen. h&a. Call 227-1404 or
227-1699. .2tp 7-8
28' custom built 'Royal
Coachman travel trailer, sqlf-
contained. $4,500 firm. Phone
648-8982. tfc 7-8
Four 8.00x16.5 8-ply tires, 2
almost new. All for $125. See at
301 Reid Ave. or call 227-1813.
tfc 5-27



AUTO.

1982 -Escort. $800 down and.
take over payments. In: excel.
cond., low mileage. Call for
more information after 3:00
p.m., 227-1573. It 7-15

St. Joe Papermakers
Federal Credit Union is now
accepting bids on a '1978
Plymouth Gran Fury, one 1968
Fleetcraft boat, 1976 50 h.p.
Mercury outboard and trailer.
Accepting bids through July
23. Contact the Credit Union
for addt'l information. Phone
227-156. 2t'p7-15

1981 Ford Escort GL, load-
ed, $,495. Call 229-8416. .15
2tc7-15

1979 Jeep CJ-5, 6 cyl., low
mileage, in excel. cond.,
chrome wheels. Call 229-
6934, ask for Mark. tfc 6-3.
I am a 1954 Chevrolet pickup.
and I need a new home,
-because 'my owner has 'aban--
doned me for anew pickup. I
have extra parts and was run-
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.
2tc 7-8
'72 Spitfire 1300cc, runs
good, body excel. no rust,
many extras., new paint &
good tires, fun car, can be
seen at 301 Reid Ave., 9-5, or
call 229-6108 after 5:30 p.m. .
tfic7-15





The first needles, historians
say,.were made about 30,000
years ago.


I SERVES -


Wanted: To lease large
house or building on Hwy. 98 in
beaches area in business zone.
Call 648-5258. 4tc 7-15

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




Carriers needed for the Pan-
ama City News Herald in Port
St. Joe. Call Mr. Cox at
2294019. ltc'7-15





AVON Buy or Sell
Call district manager, Claudia
Walters, Panama City,
871-5523. tfc 104-8
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours)
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
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SAVE
A bobfkeeper can save you
Income Taxi Dollars when
your bookkeeper is an ex-
perienced Tax Return Pre-
parer.
* *
Monthly fee includes ALL
required tax forms.

My work will stand up
under C.P.A. audit.
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Starting my 6th year at
same location.
116 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Phone 229-8536
WAUNETA'S
Bookkeeping Service
Wauneta Brewer Pat Hohman
Owner Assistant
25tp7-15


New Listing: 301 Woodward Ave. 2
bdrm. house on'large lot. Zoned light
commercial or residential. Excellent
investment, $10,000.

New Listing: 520 Third St. Excellent
location. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. chain link
fence, work sh6p/stor. house, im-
maculate inside and outside. $20,500.
Term's can be arranged with owner.

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

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

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


2 ba, Ig. family rm., good
$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.


3 bdrm.,
location.


Walls, woodwork, and win- C
dows cleaned. Also sonme yard *.Ba
work by experienced husband Rake
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490. Roa
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SDi
LOU'S CONSTRUCTION
Call 648-5974 after 5 edt P
Any Kind of,Work '
New Home or Remodeling
.or Additions
References: Earley's Harq- CUTI
ware, the old Bowlign.-Alley.. : W
Check with them about our
work. 4tp7-1
ST. JOE MACHINECO.
Machine Work Welding '', St. J"
506*First'Street:.
Phone 229-6803 Resder
Machinist on Duty All Day comme
Every Dayr '. .
STANLEY.-W 4 AS
CA.PENTwE. f.? : .*.-r,]
Good Work" Fair Price
Phone 648-5226 .7
4tc7-8'
Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.D.T.,
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.D.T.
Al-Anoh'. .. .
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.D.T. SEA
St. James Episcopal Church YOi
Phone 229-8720.

CAKRVatSNTRY&CUNCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
SIra J.Nichols -
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 .
904/229-6235
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. R. SMITH & SON
ckhoe Dozer e Roo
e Front-end Loader
d Building Lot Clea
ng 6 Septic Tanks
rain Fields'* Hauling
Rt.3,BoxAIC
ort St. Joe, Florida
Phone 229-6018 .
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LER PHOTOGRAPH
weddings Portraits
Phone 229-8922
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RS IS AS CLOSE AS
UR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Legn Pollock, Owner
10 Reid Avenue


PAT'S MATS & FRAMES
406 7th Street,, Mexico Beach, Fla.
Custom Matting & Framing of:
PAINTINGS '. PRINTS
PHOTOGRAPHS ,: NEEDLEWORK
> WENOWHAVEREAD.Y-MADES
SAll 16':x20"& 187"x24" at '/ Price
Unfinished Fiames Available,
OPEN iWeith rul.S W-r :m. 7p.m. EST
Sunday .1pT lppm. for yoir convenience
.CLOSEDlMon days and Tuesdays -
Member.Protessional Picture Framers Assoc
Pat Bo wen, 6'wner 648.8914


V in '648:5011,Sales

'648-8220 Rentals


* ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY |
Eacn Olice Inoepenaeniv' Owned apd'Ope'ald. '
: A -'' ."' .' 'REALTOR
9800'B EAST HIGHWAY 98 P. 0. Bx 13321
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTATE SALES. BEACH RENTALS

19 SOLD 15 LEFT

5-ACRE TRACTS
SR386 Hwy. Overstreet

ONLY$200 DOWN

GULF A RE ST. JOE BEACH
Beautiful brick 3 bdrm.2 ba homeon
Beautlllul lots still available at 11 *I% ,, 2 Ig. lots Chain link fencing Good
Interest 8% Int on assumable mort. Must see
PORT ST. JOE to appreciate. S65.000. Magellan St.
New Listing 616 Marvin. New brick Beach front duplex now pieconatruc-
home. 3 bdrm. 1/ be. on 1'/i lots.,' lion priced atl 87.500. 3 bdrm.. 2 be.
Screened back porch, laenced comrn Come by to see plan in our office.
pletely.
pitey. --. NewListrig: Atlantic .St.2 bdrm., 1
New Listing: 3 bdrm.. 2 be. beautiful be.. only 521.000. Fully furnished and
brick home only 4 yrs old. Comfort. two window air units.
able den with fireplatce. Carpet &, -----
vinyl thruout. Ceon. h&a (all electric). MEXICO BEACH
105 Monica Dr., Ward Ridge. ; 2 I b c
S New Listing: 2 bdrm., 1 ba. cloae to
1912 Juniper. OnlyS 39,900 gete this beach. $58,000. 30th St.
bdrm.. 1 'ba. home. Has a $21,700 196912'x60'mobilehome, 2 bdrm., 1
assumable mortgage at 9'/4% in. be. Real buy at $2,200 cash.
terest. Owner might take a second, _
mortgage. OOKFOROUR SPECIALAD
107 Yaupon. Best of neighbQrhoods. ON ST. JOE HOMES NEXT WEEK.
Energy efficient to6with a heat pump
system. 3 bdrm., 2 be. just $50,000.'.. RDTUC D
1501 Monument. 3 bdrm., i'hi be:
home In great shape. Mustsee,th[s to ST. JOE BEACH
appreciate. Has den, carport too. 'Fantastic 3 bdrm., 2 be. custombuilt
S43,000. ,_ 1;home. Has a healed pool and many
2105 Palm Blvd. Fantastic brick home extras. Only $87,500 on Solme St.
w 3 bdrm.. 2 be, Many extras & taste- Hurry as this Is a special buy.
fully designed, only $75;000. By 'ppt lEXICO BEACH
only. MEXICO BEACH
Long( Ave. Investment opportunity Gorgeous lot on'41st St. $29,500.
here in this duplex. Great financing" BEACON HILL
Just $42,500, BEACON HILL
1802 Marvin. Only 8 yr. old, this 3 High bluff lot with beautiful Gulf
bdrm.. 1 ba. home h. an :extra lot iew. $29,500.
available too. $33,500'for the house,' .' '
extra lot for S6 500 '. PAULETTA CAMPBELL ... 648.8977
____ -ALISA DUREN ...,....... 648.5635
1306 Long Ave. Start out with this 2 ELLEN ALLEMORE ...... 648-8939
bdrm., 1 bea. house. Just $29,000. Call ARCHIE BARBEE ......... 648.5392
to see it. JIMCLEMENT ......... 648-5482
616 Marvin. Nice orick hone. 2 Drm., BOB & JEAN FALISKI 229-6553
1' be. on 1'/. lot, screened porch, WYVONNE HATTAWAY 229-993
chain link lanced. BRENDA RUSHING WOOD 227.1589


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FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
Gifts
. 319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343.
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964


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kills bugs for
up to six months,
and.avtes you bout $100 yorly :
in costly peit co. trol services.
Use of Sprayer free with
-purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port SL Joe Frida


COSTING INSURANCE,'
AGENCYJINC.
All Fqrms oftnsurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St.Joe,
Phone 229-8899
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Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, FS
9-00-12:00 Wed.
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SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
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Custom Interior Design



Sbv Bruce Ali
-' 229-6619:

"Ceiling Specatli.s
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sheetrock- texture stppe .


SUR-WAY ELECTRIC. :
411 Reid Avenue : :.
Commercial, Residential
Remodeling and "
Service Work .
26 Years Experience ;
Licensed and Bonded '
Call Charles "(Shorty) '
Sowell at
229-6798 ..
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s ST. JOE CUSTOM
-.BUILDERS-





-Commercial. iBulding -
-Residential Building -
-Cabinet Work .


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689 2

P.O. BOX 456 :
PORTST. JOE, FLORBIDA
S. 7-2 "



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

7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES

US Hunter St., Oak Grove
PortSt. Joe, Fla.
227-35I












Going Fishing7 :
Stop here first :
Sfor a complete : *'
line ot

Fishing Tackle -

Hurlbut Supply..
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610 Fifth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
Specials for
I July 14-20


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RC Cola Nehi Flavors & Diet Rite


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SWEETHEART
HOT DOG &
HAMBURGER /$ 1
BUNS -I
5 Lp. Bag -
Light Crust Q0O
FLOUR -9
12 Oz.
MANCO CORNED BEEF ........... $1.28
10 Oz. Tropicana Glass
CHUGGER DRINKS ........... 6/$2.29
24 CL Family Size
TETLEY TEA BAGS ..............$1.494
Gallon AnC
CLOROX BLEACH ................. 98
28 OLIrft'
BARBECUE SAUCE .....................$1.19
TRAILBLAZER DOG RATION ................ $6.98
10' Off 1 Can 30' Each
BUG SPRAY SALE!...... 20o Each Off 2 Cans Off 3 Cans


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Fresh Standard

BAKING HENS Lb.
Family Pak Turkey Added

GROUND BEEF ,,b.
Blade End

PORK CHOPS Lb.
Tender, Full of Flavor

Sirloin Steak Lb.I
Family Pak

CUBED STEAK Lb.


C All Tender Beef

Rib Eye Steak
S Our Best Skinned Deveined

,B.EEF.LI ER
S Cut Up Country Style & Qtrd. With Extra Back

, WHOLE FRYER
9 All Meat

STEW BEEF
9 Boneless Shoulder
ROUND STEAK


Lb59
A Giblet

Lb.49

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$179
Lb. -


Family Pak C Family Pak Plantation Pride Best
CHOICE CHICKEN BREAST ..99 GROUND CHUCK ..... u.$l,.69 SLICED BACON ... $1es
Family Pak Choice C :
DRUMSTICKS & THIGHS ..59 .EYE 0 ROUND .. ... W LPlantation Pride All Mat $69
2 Joint Ac BOLOGNA ....... u. L
CHICKEN WINGS . ..39 EYE 0 SIRLOIN ....... l.$2.59 Power Pak 12 Oz.
Fresh GIZZARDS ..... .59 BRISKETSTEW ..........39 FRANKS ......69
LIVERS & GIZZARDS ..... ,b.59 BRISKET STEW 39 FRANKS ..........


Whole
SIRLOIN TIP
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Whole
RIB EYE


SWhole SHORT LOIN
T-BONE and PORTERHOUSE


Fresh
BLUEBERRIES Pintup
California
BAKING POTATOES 3-bs:99
1 Lb. Cello Pkgs. $1
FRESH CARROTS 3 1Pkgs
Georgia
6FRESH CORN ... 5Ears99
Fresh
CRISP LETTUCE .. 59 Up
Fresh ^59C
ZUCHINNI SQUASH Lb.59c
Red Delicious C
APPLES ......... Lb.59
We Have
CANNING TOMATOES


S Whole
SIRLOIN


Totino2
PIZZAS 129
8 Oz. Birds Eye
COOL WHIP........ 88
Salute 09
PARTY PIZZA ...... EA
16 Oz. McKenzie
BLACKEYE PEAS .... 88

1 Lb. Quarters
Parkay Oleo 9
6 Ct. Pillsbury
BUTTER BISCUITS 51$1
8 Oz. Kraft American
SLICED CHEESE.. $1-19.


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NO BRAND SPECIALS
NO BRAND SALT ..........
16 OL NO BRAND l
CANNED TOMATOES A3$1
46 Oz. No Brand,I
TOMATO JUICE ...........
46 Oz. No Brand
PINEAPPLE JUICE .........
32 OL No Brand 1
LEMON JUICE ......... $1
40 O. No Brand 4
GRAPEJUICE .........$1 .
12 1 Oz. Pkg. No Brand i
HOT COCOA MIX ....... $1
100 Count No Brand
PAPERPLATES ...........
5 Lb. Bag No Brand
CORN MEAL ....... ......


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