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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 29, 1982
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 48


THE STAR

Industry --Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1982


Dr. Herbert 1. Garfield, new County
Health Doctor, listens to the heartbeat of
Robert Montgomery, just so The Star


photographer could picture him doing
something. Robert is not a'regular patient
at the Health Department. .-Star photo


Dr. Herbert L. Garfield



Gulf Countys ew



Health Doctor


Dr. Herbert I. Garfield has been
appointed Director of the Gulf County
Health Department, filling 4 vacancy
SJ.ih is. de.Led inee early this year .-.
-Dr. 'Ga~tfiel&-graduated from the
University of Miami School of Medicine in
1963. He received his pediatrics training at
Fort Sam Houston, Texas from 1966 to
1968.
From 1970-1980, the new Health Doctor
was in private practice in pediatrics in
'Atlanta, Georgia.
In his new position, Dr. Garfield will
serve the four counties of Gulf, Franklin,
Calhoun and Liberty. He will be in the Port
St. Joe Health Department every Thurs-


day morning and in Wewahitchka on
Thursday afternoons, for general medical
clinics. Dr. Garfield plans to start a new
pre-natal and well-baby clinic in Port St.
Joe the third Friday't iiiihning o0f th
month and in Wewahitclhka in the
afternoon each third Friday.
Dr. Garfield will be joined here by his
wife, Cheryl and their two sons, Todd
Combs, 17 and Steve Combs, 10, in the near
future.
Dr. Garfield is now available at the
Gulf County Health Department offices
through appointments made at the two
offices.


The three top fishermen of the annual'
summer fishing rodeo, sponsored by the
summer recreation program, brought in a
combined total of 135 fish for their day of
effort. The two runners-up caught a total of 76
fish in what was one of the most successful'
rodeos to be sponsored by the program.
Fishing in the lakes of .St. Joseph Bay
Country Club, the young anglers hid a total of
around 300 fish for their outing. The total was
a little uncertain as some were left behind and
some got back into the water before the day
was over.
Shown' above, left to right, are the rodeo


Millage Rate Chopped to 5.629


Gulf Taxpayers Have


Bill Reduced

Jerry Gates, financial officer and clerk for the increased costs for energy and
County Commission, told the Board Tuesday night The General Fund, which finanr
that Gulf County can have p net dollar reduction in operations in the courthouse,
taxes of some $55,000 by the use of some prudent increase, but has the largest fin.
efforts at economy by.the Commission. ity in the county. Each of the p
Gates, in reporting on the first totals run up on by the General Fund were alloy
the tentative budget for the new year reported to increase in expenditures.
the Commission they will have no problem The Fine and Forfeiture saw
reducing the millage from last year and should be due to a communication rei
able to reduce the actual tax dollars collected Governor of Florida, calling for
without too much trouble. crime prevention activities.
Gates said carry-over nd, ale tax money criticism of jail conditions in
Gates said carry-over fands, sales tax money called for some increased exp
received by the County (or the first time and Thed fo r som e increase budge
property tax relief provided this year by a special Turchase a new road radinge budge
sales tax fund will all work together in affecting Superintendent said gradis need
the reduction in taxes. County. The machine costs s
Gates said the budget will actually be some Gates said the department has
$196,956.00 more than last year's financial plan, funds which can pay for a major
but the extra funds from .sales taxes and cash equipment.
carry-over will more than meet the increases and
provide the reductiorf in tax money collected. MILLAGE SE'
in reporting on the tentative budget figures As a result of Gates' r
following hearings last, week, Gates said the hearings held, the Commissions
General Fund will be up some $127,883.18; the Fine Tuesday night to adopt a tax mi
and Forfeiture increased by .$34,751.55 and the Last year, the County levied a
Road and Bridge fund up by $34,321.67, for a total which was claimed at that tim
of $196,956.00 total. millage rate of any county in I
Gates said the increases were coming from Unless something drastic


Boat, Van


Pose Mystery
Gulf County Deputy Jog Johnson had his early morning'
reverie disturbed on Wednesday of last week, when he was
dispatched to St. Joe' Beach at, 5e50 in the morning to an
accident at the. beach. A vehicle had run into a boat lying in
the middle of the road. No vehicle around just a boat.
At7:00 a.m., about the time he had relaxed from the last
call, Deputy Johnson was again sent on his way; this time to
a point four miles eastof Port St. Joe on Highway 98, where a
vehicle was reported to be on fire. Sure enough, a 1977 Dodge
van was burning, unattended.
This time, investigator Charlie Hill was along with
Johnson, and they started to get nosy. As a result of their
nosiness, it turned out that the van belonged to Jerry Hendrix
of Memphis, Tennessee, and had been stolen from Panama
City Beach.
How did the boat figure into this? Just wait!
Further investigation turned up the fact that the van had
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Board Considers Grant, Franchise


A second cable TV firm is
wanting to move into Highland
View with service. Mexico
Beach Cable TV asked the
County Commission Tuesday
night for a franchise to move
into the area with service,
providing seven TV channels
and a movie channel.
The firm already operates
the cable TV service at
Mexico Beach and in Gulf
County up to and including the
St. Joe Beach area.
The representative present
for the firm could answer no
questions for the Commission,
saying his only reason in being
there was to take down any
questions and send them to the
home office for answers.
The representative, Carroll
Hoselton said he thought the
service would be offered at the
same price as it is to the
Beaches where the firm fur-
nisbes the seven TV stations-
Sfor $6.95 and the movie
* channel for an additional,
$6.95.
The county granted a fran-'
chise to another 'firm nearly a
year ago, but so far this firm
has not delivered, nor has he
been heard from for some,
time. The Commission feels he
has abandoned plans to build
the system and agreed Tues-
day night to begin working
with the Mexico Beach firm to
furnish the service.
BLOCK GRANT
Without much enthusiasm,
Sheila Mast and Ed Leuchs, of,
the Apalachee Planning Coun-
cil, approached the Commis-
sion Tuesday and asked for
their permissi6n:to apply for a
community development
block grant to furnish public
services such as water and
possibly sewer to two subdivi-
sions in the Wewahitchka
area. The two subdivisions,
Williamsburg and Pine Ridge
Subdivisions are presently not
served with city water and
operate their sewer services


with septic tanks.
Mast said there was keen
competition presently for
block grant money but that
with this case where a concen-


tration of families was with-
out a central water service, a
grant would stand a good
chance of being approved.
The Commission advised


Miss Mast and Leuchs that
they had been applying for
such a grant for this area for
the past eight years to no
avail, but that they were


willing to try again.
Commissioner Billy Branch
asked if the Commission
would have much chance
getting such a grant to rehab-
ilitate the Highland View
water system, since the sys-
tem was in a low income area
with high concentration of'
residents.
Branch was advised that,
with the money situation as it
is, such a chance would be
remote.
GIVES REFUND.,
Tax Collector Eda Ruth'
Taylor, returned a check to
the County Commission Tues-
day night, as excess, funds
earned by her office in the.
handling of the tax receipts of'
the county.
Taylor gave Clerk Jerry
Gates a check for $2,488,71,
which was money over and
above the: expenses of her
office, earned from interest
from deposited tax collec-
tions.
OTHER BUSINESS
Other business attended to
by the Commission Tuesday
n eight were:
-Heard a report from Com-
.missioner James Tankersley
,that the plans for a boat
launch site at Indian Pass
.have, been completed "at
little to no cost to the county"'.
-Agreed to send out a call
for bids for the County's
insurance needs for the com-
ing year.. The bids will be
received as individual policies
or as a package bid.
-Agreed to Write Senators
and Congressmen from Flor-.
ida opposing House Bill 6609,
known as the Dickinson Bill.
The law would remove the
state's voice in any decisions
to be made for work to be done
on the Apalachicola River.
Presently, the state and indiv-
idual counties along the river
have the veto power over any
work planned on the River by
the Corps of Engineers.


by

d wage increases
ces a multitude of
saw the largest
ancial responsibil-
programs financed
ved a five percent
w its total increase
ceived from the
more emphasis on
Continued state
Gulf County also
enditures.
et was increased to
machine, which the
ed badly by the
ome $100,000 but
some unexpended
portion of the new

T
report and public
voted unanimously
llage rate of 5.629.
mill rate of 6.680,
e to be the lowest
the state.
comes along, the


$54,000

Commission will stick by the new 5.629 rate. Gates
advised it would be a major operation to increase
the rate, but that since the county is now certifying
this total, it can be reduced with no complex
procedure
INCOME PICTURE
Gates said the county will receive some
$202,293 from the state of Florida this year as their
share of the new half cent of sales tax money.JHe
pointed out that $54.776 of this total must be useo&i
reduce property taxes this year. This stipulation
will not be placed on next year's sales tax revenue,
but the total receipts will be reduced by:-II
$54,000 amount. -
The Clerk said several of the county funds.limd
unexpended funds left over from last year, wAiih
will help to finance next year's operations. He
pointed to the Road and Bridge fund, particularly,
which had $46,000 remaining in its salary item due
pointed to the Road and Bridge fund which had.
$46,000 left in salary money alone because ol
"people not reporting to work through the year".
He also said the county can recover some $5W0Ol
from the Secondary Road program for roads buiiR
and repaired by the county which can qualify for
financing under the program
All in all, Gates reported the county had plenty
of money for its needs next year, but had none to
go toward projects the county didn't really need.


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th a Ford Tuesda3 afternoon
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Cuts ,

idents

driven by Danny Lee Taylor, "
23, of Panama City, turned .
into .his path. Taylor was
approaching Port St Joe on
Highway 98, when he attempt-
ed a left turn into Industrial
Road, turning into the path of
the Whittington vehicle.
The force of the collision
knocked the VW into a thip
truck waiting at the intersec- --
tion to get across the highway. .-
.The driver of the truck was ..
William Elton Hunt of Grand :
Ridge.
Whittington was treated for
cuts and lacerations and- re-
leased.
No charges had been filed in
the accident at press time z
Wednesday.
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winners with their trophies. They are, left to
right: Michael Cooley, who caught the largest.
bass and had a total string of 26 fish; George
Bryant, who caught the biggest bream and
the largest string of fish with 58 and Joey
Williams, who caught the largest catfish and
had a total string of 51.
City Commissioner Alton Fennell and
tournament director, Bill Barlow, presented
the trophies. They are shown to the rear of the
winners.
Others hauling in big catches were Phillip
Bryant with 48 and Danene Pittman with 28.
-Star photo


Two motorists were treated
for cuts as the result of
injuries received in two sep-
arate automobile during the
past week.
Mrs. Noel G. Phillips, Jr.,
was treated for cuts and
abrasions Saturday morning,
when her car was involved in a
two-car,accident at the inter-
section of Long Avenue and
Seventh Street.
According to Police Depart-
ment records, Mrs. Phillips
of 903 16th Street, was driving
her 1980 Mustang north on
Long Avenue," when Walter
Newton Creekmore, 71, of
'Apalachicola, cameout of the
Seventh Street intersection in
his 1979 Ford .into the path of
the Phillips car.


Mrs. Phillips was taken by
volunteer amublance service
to Gulf Pines Hospital' for
treatment and Creekmore was
charged by Port St. Joe Police
with failure to yield the right
of way.
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Tuesday: afternoon, at 3:10
p.m., a three vehicle accident
at the intersection of Highway
98 and Industrial Road saw the,
driver of a small compact car
taken for treatment of cuts
and bruises.
According to the Port St. Joe
Police Department, James V.
Whittington, 38, of Burgess
Creek was headed west on
Highway 98 in his 1982 VW
Rabbit,. When a 1980 Ford,.


These two cars collided at the intersection of Long Avenue'and Seventh Street Saturday'-
morning. One driver was charged with failure to yield right of way. -Star photo


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Harold Quackenbush, vice pres-
ident in charge of operations at St.
Joe Paper Company made the
StMtement last week that Gulf
COiinty had managed to fare better
tihian the average part of the nation
thus far in the recession.
We agree with him. We have had
our- usual middle of the-..year
industrial shut-downs here; which.
lasted for two weeks and we rriight



What Happened?

Since we had the question
of the crab answered so quick-
ly, we'll just press our luck and
pose another question to you,
although it will be in two parts.
Our question is: whatever
happened to our good intentions
to put the use of the Susan B.
Anthony dollar and Celsius
temperature readings into the
everyday American scene?
Maybe our intentions were
good, but they were worth less
than the dollar and met a less
warm reception than a winter
day with a celsius reading.
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Pain Out



;ervation


Taking



of Cons

Z :- We think the State of Florida is
iandling a problem they think they
d.lave with pollution of the Apalachi-
^ola River in the proper manner.
According to the state environ-
5nentalists, MK Ranches is polluting
the River by putting water which
1-lormally flowed into the river with a
"--ump rather than allowing it to flow
.jm naturally. The state says this is
polluting g the river. It may be, that's
either here nor there. The question
Zaere is, what does the state do about
te problem?
%-- :In this instance, the state is
Offering to purchase the property
.-oin the owner.
.This isn't as if MK had just
Stepped in, bought the land, put up
Eheir dikes and put in their pumps
iind went to doing business just as
0hy wished to. They had necessary
emitst, the blessings of the state
aid the support of the county in
developing this former swamp. MK,
ctid't do anything on the sly. They
appeared before the necessary
dies to make sure everything was
Si-derstood before they turned a
*iivel-ful. As we remember it, Gulf
imunty gave their permission for the
around Willis Landing if MK


THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1982


PAGE TWO'


would construct a free public boat
landing on their (MK's) property as
a deal for allowing the dike.
We have felt all along that if the
federal government, state, county or
city wishes any property owner to
take his property and set aside for
other-than productive use, the owner
should be compensated. We have no
business asking a person to just sit
on a piece of property, pay taxes,
have no opportunity to sell it, use it
or develop it. A'person doesn't buy
property for the exercise or just to'
spend money. He purchases proper-
ty for either sentimental reasons or
with the view of making a profit off it
sometime in the future.
We commend the. state for
offering to purchase MK property
and for requiring any changes in the
property, such as. moving the dikes'
and pump stations, only after the
state has purchased the property to
be set aside. ,
We commend MK for being good
citizen enough to make the land
available. As we see it, since the
land is theirs, they have no
obligation to sell it to anyone, if they
don't wish to.



ing Well

have another one or two before the
year is over. However, this shut-'
down didn't affect us all that badly.'
Most of our people still had
vacations they could take. In most of
the nation, workers have used up
their vacation time, sick leave,
holidays, unemployment compensa-
tion and personal 'savings to keep
.things goingn.
It's true, there aren't! 'jobs
waiting at every corner in Gulf`
County these days. As a matter of
fact, some people have felt indefinite
lay-offs, which is bad enough. The
big picture is that the greater
majority of the people here in Gulf
County are working fairly regularly
and have, thus far, managed quite
well in this recession.
Bay county has come up with a
"Chamber of Commerce" slogan
which exclaims, "Aren't we lucky,
Bay!"
Here in Gulf County we haven't
indulged in such cliches to bolster up
our spirits and give us a bit of pep.
We knew we were lucky, all along
and were so busy reveling in the
good life we have we just didn't have
time or reason to come up with any
slogans to try and fool anybody;
least of all, us.


...( A MAN'S WORLD



o ThY A PHANeigh oNT

^/I^J..I.' BY SHAD PHANTRY ..- .. 7- *^ .. .. ... ,.;


While 'a senior in;.'high
school, Gladys Brown was
voted "Girl Most Likely To..."
and she did! What she did was
marry Walter L. "Bill" Brown
and' she was quite serious
about it. They have been
married 29 years.
Bill and Gladys live at 815
Marvin Avenue in Port St.
Joe, and -have resided there
for 28 years. Shortly after they
were married, Bill was em-
ployed by St. ,Joe' Paper
Company and they moved' to
Port St. Joe from Panama
City. They purchased a small
home on Marvin Avenue and
have lived there since.
"It was not like it is now,"
explained Bill. "We bought a
small, run down house and
remodeled it. Then we added
'on and remodeled again. Then
we added a few more rooms
and remodeled and just. last
year, I added the front part
that is a garage." With all that


one-half room: for a while),
Terry is the middle and Jim is
the youngest' Jim will be a
senior -at Port St. Joe High


next year.
Bill started his career at St.
Joe Paper Company as a
millwright and has progressed
to Maintenance Supervisor.
He lists his hobby as wood-
working. You can see from
their lovely home -that he
excels in it. The Browns are
proud of their home, and the
little outhouse behind it.
The little "outhouse" behind
the Browns' home is Gladys'
place of business. The busi-
ness is beauty and the name is
"Glad's Backyard Beauty


Parlor." The parlor; is ,as
comfortable and nice as the
name implies. Gladys does a
tremendous job and invites
friends and enemas- er,
-enemies alike to stop by or
phone. The number is 227-1484.
Gladys says her hobbies are
shopping and holding garage
sales. She loves to shop the
malls. "She also likes to spend
money," Bill was quick to add.
"If you dance, the piccolo
player must be paid." Bill is
sometimes strangely philo-
(Continued on Page 3)


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ...
Enjoyed QETR

Living Here in POrt t. Joe


Walter L. "Bill"
and Gladys Brown
adding on and remodeling,
they must have started off in
one-half a room and an
outhouse.
The Browns have been
blessed with three lively child-
ren; two girls and a boy. Beth
is the oldest (she shared the


Dear Editor.:
Our family wanted to thank
the people of Port St. Joe for
their hospitality and many
kindnesses to us while we have
lived here for the last year and
a half. We will miss the many
friends we've made.
We are also grateful to the
church which we .have serv-
ed- Faith Bible Church- for
their many expressions of love
and concern. Although small
in number": they are a great


church and I feel privileged to
have'been their pastor.
To the Christians of Port St.
Joe. many of whom we have,
come to know and love, a
parting admonition: Let "us
prize God's Word above all the
sources of information and
advice which constantly.seek
to invade our thinking. Study
it. Obey it. It always meets
needs. It'contains the princi-
ples for good labor- manage-
ment relations (Col. 3:22-4:1).


It teaches us 'to bury our
longstanding personal grud-
ges and forgive (Eph. 4:31,32-
This is is not only an effective
deterrent to mental misery,
but 'also physical disease). It
teaches us how to have happy
effective families (Eph. 5:22-
33- Compare this passage's'
advice with that of some of the
leading women's magazines).
It teaches us to cultivate an
inoffensive manner of teach-
(Continued on Page 3)


It's Going to Take A Sharp and Quick Eye to
otgt rp 0, u~tc'k'E-.,et


AT LEAST TWO DOZEN people
called The Star and came by after last
S*" week's paper came out and told us that
ugly looking critter we had in the paper
last week was a land crab. I never
heard of such a thing before, but C. J.
Gwaltney, the first person to come by,
!' .told us the species of crab is plentiful in
;': the lower part of the state where they
take to the road in droves at certain
times of the year.
Would hate to live in a place where
S hose ugly things were plentiful.
According to Jack Maynard, who
(' as one of those who identified the
mystery crab, the little animals make a
nuisance of themselves down in Miami.
aynard said they make driving
hazardous at certain times of the year
: when they start migrating and get on
fhe road. He said they will stick up their
pinchers and puncture tires of cars
which run over the crabs; and it's not
easy to keep from running over them.
Anyhow that little mystery is
i olved.
+ + +
I READ LAST WEEK where
scientists are now working on another
S niystery which is more puzzling than


the identity of the land crab.
Scientists are in the middle of
developing a telescope to put on a space
shuttle in 1985, which will see to the
edge of the universe.


universe is moving farther outward at a
speed of 186,000 miles per second. Talk
about your fleeting glance!
Can't you just imagine what
scientists may see at the edge of the


Remember Christopher Columbus?
He was one of the pioneers of the theory
that the earth was round rather than
flat. Most of his crewmen were
convinced the world was flat and nearly
mutinied on their first voyage.
Now, after all these years of
learning that the universe is never-
ending, scientists are saying they are
going to take a peek at the edge. They'll
have to look quick, since even these
same scientists say the edge of the


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of them.
Putting up the warning sigi
end of the universe should be th
project of any traffic engine
Ph.D. in his field. It would


\ee the Edge of
A person would no sooner get one
ns for the sign set in place before the edge of the
he dream universe would move away as far as
r with a from here to the moon and back.


Id be a


esley R. Ramsey


universe, if they get the telescope,
finished and if they' get it into orbit.
aboard the space shuttle?
I can see it now; There will be a big
sign on the edge of the universe which
says, "Caution, dead end ahead". Then,:
too, there may be a warning sign that*
the dead end is coming up and some of
those little noisy spacers of asphalt
near the edge of the universe to warn
anyone just before toppling over that
the end of the universe is dead in front


challenge.
WHAT WOULD PARTICULARLY
make that sign project a challenge is
that scientists claim the edge of the
universe is moving away from us at the*
speed of light and it has already been
moving away at the speed of light for 15
million years. That means it is already
a far piece away and getting evehi
farther away with every blink of the
eye.


That could mean putting up warn-
ings for the edge of the universe about
as ticklish as trying to jump into bed'
before the light goes out after you turn
off the switch.

IT'S GOING TO be some project'
just to look at the edge of the universe.
Moving along at the speed of light, the
,edge is going to tend to be' just a blur
and it won't hold still long enough to see
if it is the edge or not.
If my memory of high school
science is sure and true, light travels at
about the speed of 186,000 miles per
second.
That's fast.
I have a camera which will take a
picture at a 1,000th of a second, but it
would be useless trying to take a
picture of the edge of the universe
through that special telescope. Even so,
I, think the picture would be blurred,
even if I managed to capture it on film.


the Universe

A THOUGHT WHICH just occurred
is who will get the franchise to offer all
this new real estate being created by,
the moving edge of the universe to the
general public for sale?
Is the federal government going-to
claim ownership and put it up for grabs
for homesteaders or are they going -to'
put a fence around it and claim it for the
park service to be preserved for the
furture?
What to do with these expanding
limits of the universe could pose one of
the major legal problems of the age.
By the time the courts figured out
what to do with a parcel, there would be
more that was originally created to
decide about again.

I'M GOING TO BE like Columbus'
sailors. I'm still going to stick with the
theory that there is no end to the
universe. Like the Bible says, I believe
it is unending and everlasting. Appar-
ently the only person who has ever been
there is God and that's what God's word
says.


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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions In advertisements, the publishers do not hold
themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such advertisement.
The spoke word is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word
barely asserts; th- 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


is feet above or below the
mean water line.
High Ht. Low Ht.
July 29 749 1.5 1838 .2
July30 827 1.6 1917 .1
July31 907 1.7 1955 .1
August 1 953 1.7 2034 .1
August 2 1035 1.8 2115 .1
August 3 916 1.8 2151 .1
August 4 1155 1.8 2224 .1
August 5 1230 1.7 2256 .2


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better way to beat the high humidity and the heat than to tie an ice chest to your
SBe atig the H t waist, wade off out into St. Joseph Bay and keep cool by rounding up a mess of
B eg he a' t scallops for your supper. The water keeps you cool and the scallops leave a good
Even when the rain clouds threaten at this time of year, there i ,still no taste in your mouth. You can't beat it. -Star photo


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PAGE THREE


Sworn tI n
City Clerk Alden Farris is having a time
administering the oath of office to James B.
Roberts and Alton Fennell, who were
* re-elected to office unopposed way back in
May. The last of June, Farris cornered
Roberts long enough to have him swear to all


Enjoyed It


ing (TI Tim. 2:24-26) and a
non-defensive way of learning
from other Christians who
sometimes must tell us some
hard things (Prov. 27:6; 9:8,
9). It teaches us that keeping a
town small does not necessari-
ly keep a community safe
(Prov. 1:33). It teaches us that
the most important factor in
our child's education is not
making a living, but learning
how to live (Deut. 6:4-9). It
teaches us what the "real
world" is all about- a world
created by God, spoiled by sin,
under the dominion of Satan,.
but redeemed by Christ and a
.' world in which success is not




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the good thing- he has to pledge to do and
earlier this month, Farris had Fennell stop
long enough to take the oath. Both men have
been on vacation, working, etc., since their
* election and since repeated efforts to get
them together for the ceremony failed, Farris
just decided to do it one at a time. and The
I Star was there to witness it both times.
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(Continued from Page 2)


measured by money, popu-
larity, beauty, or education,
but by one's relationship to
Jesus Christ, the Creator and
Sustainer of this universe. Of
course, if this is true, what you
are seeing and hearing on CBS
News is not "'the real world"
for it never relates the world's
happenings in any way to a
Biblical framework of reality.
Let us as Christians seek to
know His Word better and
then to live by it in such a way
that our Savi6r may be
attractive to those who do not
know Him as yet. His extrava-
gant, but free gift of eternal
life is needed by others (Rom.



(Continued from
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been stolen, driven to Mexico Beach, where a second vehicle,
a 1977 Ford four-wheel drive pick-up, with the boat tied
behind, was also stolen. The boat and pick-up were owned by
-'Sylvia Nelson of Milton.
The boat fell off the trailer at St. Joe Beach, where it was
hit by the motorist at 5:50 in the morning. The two men drove
the two vehicles further east on Highway 98, where they
abandoned the van and set it on fire.
The following day, the two were apprehended in
Birmingham. Alabama, where they will be returned to Bay
County, where they will face auto theft charges. Then they
will be turned over to Gulf County to face arson charges
The names of the defendants have not yet been revealed
to the Sheriff's Department, according to Sheriff Ken
Murphy.


6:23; Eph. 2:8,9).
Yours truly,
Hal M. Haller, Jr.



Shad
(Continued from Page 2)
sophical.
The Browns say their family
philosophy is "Total love-
live, love and be happy." Bill
stated, "We get together as
often as we can as a family
and hug,. kiss, eat and have a
ball. We are a very close and
loving family."
The author has to agree
because he knows very well
what wonderful neighbors the
Browns are. They are the
all-American family and we
are proud to call them our
neighbors and friends.
P.S. They have a dog named
Balfraz, but he don't stay
home much.

Do you have a neighbor you
would like to have interviewed
for "Know Thy Neighbor?" If
so, send the name, address
and phone number to Shad
Phantry, c-o The Star. P.O.
Box 308, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456. All replies will not be
held confidential.


Preparing OBITUARIES:


ew hone T. S. Singletary Dies At Age 91
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Preparation for the publica- resident of Port SL Joe since Joseph Telephone an
*tion of the new telephone 1923, passed away Friday in a graph Company unl
directory began on July 26, as Port St. Joe Hospital. He was retirement in 1955. He
six representatives of St.. an employee of Apalachicola the first switchboard i
Joseph Telephone and Tele-
graph Company began a can-
vass of the area. Names of the D aniel
representatives calling on Daniel Lu6cas Dies
businesses in .the area are:..R,. ..... .- .
Frazier, Supvr., J. Lovelace, A
C. Seals, W. Bailey, M. After Short lness
Pariegis, W. Shaw. ...: ,
A new concept in telephone Daniel L. Lucas, 42, passed Rev. Donald Keith. Inte
directories was introduced to away Friday in Port St. Joe. followed at the family
all customers of the Telephone He worked as a mill wright for Holly Hill Cemetery.
Company with the issuance of the St. Joe Paper Company.
the January 1, 1981, directory Survivors include: his wife,
publication containing listings Ruth Lucas of Port St. Joe;
for all serving areas which one son, Scott A. Lucas of Port
were formerly separated into St. Joe; one daughter, Sheila
two directories. This new K, Lucas of Port St. Joe; his
directory also contained a new mother, Pauline H.;Lucas of
"Blue Section" which con- Bonifay; two sisters, Hester
trained information on a varie- (Mrs. Perry E. Wells) of
ty of subjects such as a Chipley, and Martiel (Mrs.
survival guide, flooding and Harold White) of Hartford,
safety rules, boat -safety, Al.; five nephews and one
traffic signs, hurricane infor- niece.
nation, zip codes and weights Funeral services were held
and measures. Because of the. Saturday at 3:00 p.m. at the
expanded directory and .the Highland View Baptist
increased telephone activity Church, conducted by the Rev.
and growth in the area, the Jerry Register, assisted by
Telephone directory will be _
larger and of greater benefit
to the communities it serves. P'nnin
Closing date for the sales avs annn s
canvass has been set for
September 3. Anyone desiring Open House
to made additions, deletions or
changes should contact their Howard and Melita Davis
local telephone company bu- request your presence at their
siness office as soon as Open House and Dedication.
possible. Their new home is located at
Any suggestions to make North Canal Drive in Over-
this directory more useful will street The time is 3-5 E.D.T._
be appreciated. on August 1. ,






Face Tragedy. ,
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Young people withmuscular
dystrophy rarely live beyond
age 21, according to Patricia
Donnelly of the .Muscular
Dystrophy Association, who
spoke to the Kiwanis Club
Tuesday at noon. -
Miss Donnelly ..said most
sufferers of MD show signs of
the disease at an early age and
go downhill from that point.
"Their breathing and heart
muscles literally stop working
after a while'", Miss Donnelly.
The MD representative
showed the club some slides
made of Muscular Dystrophy
patients who recently spent a
week at Sunland Park on St.
Joseph Point, enjoying a week
at the beach with the special
aids provided in that, facility
for those who are physically.
handicapped.
Miss Donnelly pointed out
that the physical handicap is
the only one suffered by MD
victims.. "Most of 'those
around here have exception-


nd St.
d Tele-
til his
put in
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ally high IQ's", she said. In
many cases, the worker said
the MD victims are brilliant
children with quick grasping
minds.
'The Muscular Dystrophy
Association, which promotes
the annual Telethons to raise
funds, use the money raised to
care for those in this area
which are stricken by the
disease, paying for their care
and aids.. The speaker said
there are 50 victims of MD in
the Port St. Joe-Panama City
area.
In muscular dystrophy, the
patient gradually loses the use
of his muscles over a period of
time until the point -where the
muscles are completely use-
less.



Some people. once believed
that mountains were formed
by an enormous under-
ground serpent moving about.


St. Joe. He was also a member
of the First United Methodist
Church.

Survivors include: his wife,
Mrs. Verma Singletary of Port
St Joe; three daughters, Mrs.
Dorothy Burge of Port St. Joe,
Virginia Mayes and- Martha
Strickland, both iof .Islamo-
rada; one son, Eugene Sin-.
gletary of Fort Lauderdale; 10
grandchildren, and several
great grandchildren; and one
sister, Evie Apostolos of Talla-
hassee.


Funeral services were hel
Sunday at 3:00 p.m. attti
First United Methodji
Church of Port St. JAo
conducted by the Rev. JimTm
.Spikes. Interment followed i
the family plot at Holly Hi
Cemetery.
Active Pallbearers were
Robert Nedley, Carl Guilfor
Frank Pierce, Leo Kennedy
Charles Tharpe, and Carsii
Shores.
All services were under th
direction of Comforter Fu
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The attendants and flower
girl were attired in a lovely
blue chantilly laqe gown. The
fitted bodice was adorned by
an off the shoulder flounce and
a lace band. Crystal pleats
formed their flowing skirts.
Usher-groomsmen were
David Bruce, Tony Beard,
Terry Baxley, David Sullivan,
and John Anderson, all of Port
St. Joe. Best man was the
groom's father, Mr. Ralph


After a wedding trip to Pine
Mountain, Ga., the couple will
reside. in Port St. Joe. The
groom is employed with Ex-
xon Company, USA, Tanker
Fleet, Houston, Texas. The
bride is an employee of St.
Joseph Telephone and Tele-
graph. ,
A bridal luncheon was held
July 1st, hosted, by Mrs.
B. Lewis Presnell, Mrs. Cecil,
Harrison, Mrs Bobby Jack-


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,.Shirah, also of Port St. Joe.
' Followinig the ceremony, a
' .receptiofi .'was hosted by"
Louise Beard at the Social
Hall of First Methodist
Church. Reception assistants
and their duties were: Miss
Sheila Scott, groom's cake;
Miss Karen Collinsworth and
Miss Teresa Sanders, bride's
cake; Mrs. Tim Griffith,
punch; Mrs. John Anderson,
food; and Miss Monique Pier-
ce, bride's book.
'The wedding was directed
by Mrs. Charles Browne of
Port St. Joe. The reception
was directed by Mrs. Elsie
Griffin .and, Mrs. Rena Huie,
both of Port St. Joe.


son, Mis. James B. Roberts,
at the home.of Mrs,.. Robects.
""A'b'ridalsh'ower was hel4n i
the Social Hall of the Fi0-st
United Methodist Church 'on
July 29th. Hostesses were:
Mrs. Walter Brown, Mrs. Joe'
Fortner, Mrs. James Sum-
mers, Mrs. Phillip Lewis,
Mrs. Jo Land, Mrs. Robert
Heacock, Mrs. Waylon Gra-
ham, Mrs. Everitte Owens,
Mrs. James Tankersley, Mrs.
Billy Barlow, and Mrs. Fred
Allen.
A rehearsal dinner was held
July 8th at the Gulf Sands
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was hosted by Mr. and Mrs.
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. : Beverly Claryce Beard and skirt and chapel le
]Donald Thomas Shirah were was enriched with
ijnited in marriage in a ruffles and lace.
dandlelight double ring cere- To complete her
mony on July 9th at the First Beverly chose a wa
United Methodist Church of veil of silk illusion
Port St. Joe. Rev. James R. matching lace atta
Spikes performed the cere- lace cap.
mony. She carried a
The bride is the daughter of bouquet of white
Charles F. Beard of Panama chantilly lace over
(pity, and Louise G. Beard of bon, and blue a
Port St. Joe. Her grand- forget-me-nots.
parents are Mr. and Mrs. W. Complementing
VV. Griffith, Ashburn, Ga., Mr. scheme, Mrs. Bear
p. G. Hart and the late Mrs. P. two piece formal le
p. Hart of Port St. Joe, the of chiffon and lustr
late Charles F. Beard, Sr. and med with beaded v
fhe late Mrs. Lula Beard of the same shade.
Shular of Port St. Joe. chiffon formal len
' The groom is the son of Mr. topped the empire
and Mrs. John Ralph Shirah, flowing skirt of her
$r. of Port St. Joe. Grand- For the special
parents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Shirah select
Mrs. J. F. Daniell, and the late piece formal length
Mr. and Mrs. Melton A. silesta in daphne
Shirah. draping criss-cross 1
Nuptial music was perform- crystal pleated s
ad by Mr. Penny Pendarvis, topped by a separa
organist, Port St. Joe. Miss jacket. The jacket
Ilarty Griffith, soloist, of centuated by an err
Shreveport, La., accompanied yoke outlined by
herself with guitar. flounce' and shee
The bride, given in marri- sleeves.
ige by her parents, was Miss Phoebe Ba
escorted to the altar by her maid of honor. Br
father. She wore a formal were Mrs. Stewart I
jown of white organza trim- Sandra Martin, M
-ied in' beruffled chantilly Barlow, all of Por
lace. The fitted bodice was and Miss Marty G
overlaid with re-embroidered Shreveport, La.
lace with pearls, and it Miss Niki Eaker w
featured a Queen Ann neckline girl, and Master C
and full lace sleeves. The full mers was ring bear
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Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Joines of Port St.
Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Bass of Wewahitchka.

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Mrs'. Joyce Moore and Mrs.
Margaret Ard, was held at


Oak Grove Assembly of God
Social Hall on July 13..


Vickie Doreen Ramsey and
Odis Jackson Dunlap were
united in marriage during a
double ring ceremony July 16
at the Florida Constitution
Monument, Port St. Joe. Rev.
Billy Wallace performed the
ceremony.
The bride is he daughter pf
Houston E. and Frances L.
Ramsey of Port St. Joe. Her
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Ramsey of
St. Joe Beach, and Rev. and
Mrs. E. R. Bell of Grandridge.
The bridegroom is the son of
Hildridge and Christine Dun-
lap of Port St. Joe. His
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Odis C. Joiner of Talla-
hassee, and the late Mr.
William J. Dunlap and Mrs.,
Gracie Dunlap of Wewahitch-
ka.
Melinda McArdle, cousin of
the groom, played the electric
piano. She performed nuptial
selections throughout the
ceremony, including "Best
That You Can Do", which was'
a song heard on the couple's
'first date. Donnie McArdle,
cousin, of the groom, played
electric guitar. Mrs. Myrna
Fernandez, soloist, sang
'"There is Love."
The Monument was decorat-
ed with large green ferns and
white wicker stands. The focal
pieces behind the ferns and
and on each side of the
Monument were wicker bas-
ket stands of pink and laven-
der silk roses and ferns.
Complementing the look,
white ribbon draped poles
flanked the sidewalk with
white satin bows. At the end of.
the sidewalk in an octagon
flower bed was a birdbath
with a large fern in the center.
Pink streamers flowed from
the fern to each angle of the
flower bed. Pink and lavender
silk flowers and bows were
nestled in the fern.
Presented in marriage by
her parents, escorted to the
altar by her father, the bride
wore a floor length gown of
sheer chiffon over white taf-
feta. Delicate lace trim with
.applique accents enhanced the
sheer front and back yokes,
empire waistline. The skirt
with flounced hem had deli-
cate lace trim to form a chapel
length train. A tulip shaped
necklace with pearl, a gift
from-.he groom,-accented the
neckline. She wore a three
quarter length double layered
veil affixed to a woven-
braided crown covered with
lace and pearls. She carried a
silk cascade of pink, orchid
and lavender orchids with
white tube roses, surrounded
with light pink flowers with
white silk streamers with love
knots. Entwined was a ribbon
from her mother's bridal
bouquet. The cascade was
designed and made by Mrs.
Deanna Taylor, sister of the
bride.

Ms. Joines


Is National

Winner
The United States Achieve-
ment Academy has announced
that Kelly. Joines has been
named a 1982 United States
National Award winner in
English. This award is a
prestigious honor very few
students can ever hope to
attain: In fact, the Academy
recognizes less than five per-
cent of all American high
school students.
Kelly, who attends Meigs Jr.
High, Shalimar, was nomi-
nated for this National award
by Grady Sellers, an English
teacher at the school. KIelly
will appear in the United
States Achievement Academy
Official Yearbook, published
nationally.
The Academy selects USAA
winners upon the exclusive
recommendation of teachers,
coaches, counselors, or other
school sponsors and upon the
Standards for Selection set
forth by the Academy. The
criteria for selection are a
student's academic perform-
ance, interest 'and apptitude,
leadership qualities, responsi-
bility, enthusiasm, motivation
to learn and improve, citizen-
ship, attitude and cooperative
spirit, dependability, and re-
commendation from a teacher
or director.
Kelly is the daughter of
Fred and Sandy Joines.


Mrs. Cindy Roney of Port St.
Joe was matron of honor.,
Bridesmaids were Teresa
Ford, and Jan Clenney of Port
St. Joe.
The honor attendant and
bridesmaids wore gowns of
pink, lavender and orchid
sheer crepe, featuring a ruf-
fled off the shoulder neckline
and full skirts. Comple-
menting the gowns were wide
brimmed hats with silk roses
in the back. Each attendant
carried a crescent shaped
arrangement of tiny flowers
accented with ribbon to com-
plement their gowns.
Tommy Davis of Port St.
Joe was best man. Grooms-
men were John Roney of Port
St. Joe, Bobby Wallace of
'Apalachicola,: and Eddie
Ramsey, brother of the bride.
They wore tuxedos of grey
with pink and lavender ruffles
to complement the attendant's
gowns; in contrast with the
groom who chose to wear
white. Pink silk carnations
were used as boutonnieres.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was hosted by the:
bride's parents at First Pente-
costal Holiness Church of Port
St. Joe. During the reception
Melba Meness, aunt of the
bride, and Cindy Dunlap,
sister of the groom, served
bridal cake; Regina Ellis
served punch; Becky Bate-
man served the groom's cake,.
which was in the shape of a
record depicting the groom's
place of employment, WJOE-
WGCV Radio Station. Barbara
Grace presided at the bride's
book and table. Mrs. Deanna
Taylor directed the wedding,
and made all the floral:
designs. Mrs. Martha Sanborn
directed the reception.
After a wedding trip to
Panama City Beach, the cou-
ple will reside at 207 Madison
St., Port St. Joe.
Out of town guests included:
Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Bell,
Grandridge; Mrs. Lee Howell,
Renee Howell, Nedra Baxley,
Robby Baxley, Rev. and Mrs.
Billy Wallace, Mimi Nixon,'
Bobby Wallace, Apalachicola;
Mrs. Ruby Watford, Pensa-
cola; Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Wester, Bethany Wester, Ma-
rianna; Linda Miller, Jo Ann
Hobson, South Port; Mr. and
Mrs. John Ainsley, Lisa Ains-
ley, Karen Ainsley, Panama
City; Mrs: Gracie "Dunlap,
Wewahitchka.

Pre-nuptial parties included
a Lingerie Pool Party, hosted
by Mrs. Mary Linda Butts, on
June 26.
A Rice Bag Shower was
given by Mrs. Melba Maness
at her home on July 6.
A miscellaneous shower,
given by Mrs. Mary Linda
Butts, Mrs. Margaret Harper,
Mrs. Aline Haddock, Mrs.
Agnes Ellis, Mrs. Desda'
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Vacation Bible

School At First Bapt.


* Vacation Bible School at
First 'Baptist Church will'
begin Monday, August 2 and
continue through Friday, Au-
gust 6. Time each day will be
8:30-11:30 A.M. "Parents'
Night" will be Sunday, August
8 -at '-7:30 P.M.. During
"Parents' Night" the children
will share what they've learn-
ed and host the parents with
refreshments and a display of
all the crafts.
Vacation Bible School is for
children 'ages four years
through sixth grade: All child--
ren within this age group are.
'invited.
A .Vacation Bible School
SPoster Contest ; was held
recently through the Sunday
School. Many., posters were
entered and the judge's
choices' were difficult. The
winners were: Pre-School II


(4-5 years), first place, Clay
Magidson, and second place,
Angie Griffin; Children I
(Grades 1-2), first place, Tina
Rich, and second place, Chuck
Watson; Children II (Grades
3-4), first, place, Holly Lyons,
and' second place, Alison
Handley, honorable mention,
Alana Richardson; Children
III (Grades 5-6), first place,
Steven Howell, and second
place, David Lowery. All the
posters will be displayed at
various businesses around
town.
The bus schedule for VBS is
as follows: The bus will begin
picking up children in Oak
Grove at 8:05 A.M., travel east
on Niles Road, to Monica
Drive, Ward Ridge, north on
Garrison Avenue, south on
Long Avenue, and then north
on Monument Ave.'


EXTENSION NOTES:


Recycle Your

Grass Clippings

By Roy Lee Carter County Extension Director


Energy shQrtages continue tion between returning clip-
to be a problem and a pings 'and disease severity
surprising high amount of may have been exaggerated in
energy is used to maintain the past.
landscape. The amount of Allowing clippings to fall on
energy spent in home lawn the soil surface reduces fertili-
maintenance can be reduced nation requirements of a turf-
through better management grass. Turfgrass clippings are
practices. 80 percent water and 20
The practices of returning percent dry matter. Microbial
grass clippings to a lawn can decomposition of this dry
improve the quality of turf- matter releases significant
grass. According to Dr. Charl- amounts of nitrogen, phos-
is Peacock, Extension Turf- phorus, and potassium for
,rass Specialist at the Univer- turfgrass use. Research in
sity of Florida, the argument Texas has shown the recycling
for recycling clippings are of turfgrass clippings can save
stronger than those support- as much as two pounds of
ing clippings removal. He nitrogen per 1000 square feet
believes' that turfgrass clip- per year.
pings need not be collected Recycling- grass clipping
and removed if not more than can reduce maintenance re-
30-40 percent of the leaf tissue quirements and labor costs by
is removed at each mowing., eliminating the time required
Excessive clipping deposits to collect clippings as well as
can also. be avoided by not cost for bags and trash
mowing wet grass which tends disposal. During the summer
to clump on the turf surface. months, many garbage bags
Under these conditions, clip- contain grass clippings.
pihgsare rapidly decomposed -Translated into weight and
b, soil microorganisms and do loads, a large portion of your
not contribute to formation of sanitation fee money is used in
thatch. Peacock also disputes useless hauling and disposing
the argument that clippings of grass clippings.
increase the incidence of Don't bag it and save
disease. He feels the associa- yourself a bundle!


Port St. Joe

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Tuesday: 9-12, 2-5:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 9-12, 2-5:30 p.m.
Thursday: 9-12,2-5:30 p.m.
PLEASE CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT
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21 7 1


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brown maple finish accented Dy antiqued brass hardware.
Set includes 10 drawer dresser; arch-
ea pediment mirror. 6 drawer chest $
and fulllqueen arch headboard. Reg. $998
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Solid cherry and maple 18th century. 5-pieces include queen
bed, chest with twin marble top jewelry boxes, 7 drawer
dresser, also with marple top jewelry
boxes, oval tilting mirror, and night $
stand A timeless design by Norris. 1199
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California. Tubular aluminum w white
baked on enamel finish, textured
glass top table. Heavy duty woven
strap seat & back on chairs Reg.
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molded back chairs, large mar-proof
table with leaf, buffet with lighted
china hutch. Reg. $986 60
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larger, higher priced sets. Dresser.
S|ta rts mirror, chest, bed and' night stand. ;
starts Reg. $1279. NOW

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drawers, medium brown color. Early
9:00 ." American. Save !'. Reg. $129.95 ,
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Jamison "Vanguard" queen mattress and box springs. Full
S A 10-yr. warranty on this floor sample. Scotchguard'- cover,
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in top, cane shelf on bottom. Only on- A 8 00Sn'
ly. Reg. $129.95.
NOW Occasional ,

Fox Pine Table Set. Two large end
tables, long toffee table. All have for- 00 h a1 1
mica lops for years of carefree living.
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LEAVING SARASIN


Engaged


Mr. and Mrs. Hozell Leavins
have announced the engage-
ment and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Janet
Lynn, to Timothy Patrick
Sarasin, son of Mrs. Violet
Sarasin of Portage, Indiana.
The bride-elect is a 1979
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School.
Her fiance graduated from
Portage High School; Indiana
College of Business and Tech-


nology; and attended Purdue
University. He is currently
employed as a Programmer-' ;
Analyst for the St. Joe Paper
Company.
A garden wedding is plan-
ned for October 29 at 5:30 PM
(CDT) at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Danny Fisher, the bride
elect's sister, in Bonifay. A
reception will follow. All
friends and relatives are
invited to attend.


ELSA KURCZYN


To Wed


Capt. George Kurczyn de-
Tato and the late Zoila Kur-
czyn of Mexico City, Mexico
announces the engagement of
his daughter, Elsa, to Dr. E.
F. Monroe, son of Mrs. Elliott
S. Monroe and the late Mr. E.
S. Monroe, of Clanton, Ala-
bama. They will speak their
marriage vows September 4,
at 6:00 P.M. in Panama City.
The bride-elect graduated
from Martin High School of
Larado. Texas, studied at the


University of Mexico and
Corpus Christi, and received
her R.N. degree from Larado
Jr. College.
The prospective groom gra-
duated from Chilton ,County
High School, University of
Alabama, Tuscaloosa; re-
ceived his M.D. degree from
the University of Alabama,
Brimingham; and practices
his specialty of OB-GYN in
Panama City.


Mary Marshall and

Randy Branson To Marry
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marshall Highland View Assembly of
are announcing the approach- God Church. Friends and
ing marriage of their daught-' relatives are invited to the
er, Mary, to Randy Branson, ceremony, and to the recep-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde tion to follow in the church
.Branson of Indian Pass. Social Hall. '


Wedding, vows will be ex-
changed Saturday, July 31 at 8
o'clock in the evening, at the


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Youth Study At
W Baptist
White City FBC will hold
Youth Summer Bible Study
August 2-6 from 7:00 to 9:30
p.m., EDT; This will be an
intensive week of Bible study
and activities to help young.
people improve their family
relationships.
The week 'will, close on
August 7 with a cookout and
bonfire and special devotional
time at the Cape. '
All area young people from
grades seven through college
and career are invited 'to
attend. You do not have to be a
member of the church.
White City FBC is located on
Hwy. 71 in White City. Bro.
James Pate is the pastor.


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parquet wood tops. Floor sample. d d1 f n .. ,, .' '.. -
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and rayon jacquard fabric. Reversible seat and back
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY. JULY 29. 1982


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weight room as part of a summer weight
program for the football team.


Lifting Weights for


SUpcoming Grid

Members of the varsity football squad with the
have been turning up regularly at the Shark work-ou
:weight room behind Port St. Joe School all High sq
.:summer long to get into condition for the school.
coming grid season. Phy
Coach Shaw Maddox said the players the vars
'have "been real faithful" to come in and work 12:00 n
: out regularly. "They are getting into good Departn
; shape with their weight program." giving tl
Maddox said practically the entire squad Jun
'. is voluntarily participating in the program Juni
which has built up some strong boys over the physical
summer. Coac
:I- Maddox said the athletic department will a physic
:'begin football practice for real on August 16, football.


CARD OF THANKS
I wish to take this means to
' thank Dr. Simpson, and the
hospital staff for the care I
received while in the hospital.
Thanks also to the many
.-friends for the cards and
-flowers that were sent, etc.
: Rachel Whittington Hoskins


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Season


e varsity squad scheduled to start
Is. The Junior Varsity and Junior
uads begin practice at the start of

sical examinations will be given to
ity players today from 8:00 a.m., to
oon at the Gulf County Health
lent. Dr. Herbert Garfield will be
he examinations.
or high players will be taking their
s on August 12.
ch Maddox said all players must have
cal before they can participate in


David Bragdon eases up more than 250 pounds on the
power clean maneuver. Bragdon can pick up more than his
own weight, which is already considerable. -Star photo



Sharkettes To
irst
lines Church Meet Monay
There will be an important
meeting of the Sharkettes on
PORTST JOE Monday at 1:00 p.m., in the
Band room of Port St. Joe
ship with Them High School. The Sharkettes
rr. Pastor are the flag corps and dancers
which perform with the Band
'ES of Gold.
11 00 A M. If you with to join and are
7 n00 P. M unable to attend, please con-
7 00 P.M tact Mrs. Land at 229-6262.
7..... tact Mrs. Land at 229-6262.


CARD OF THANKS
What happens twice, it's
been said, it would surely
happen again. This has surely
been proven to me. I was in
the hospital in February, May
and July. I am now home and
so happy to say I'm so proud of
our hospital. We have a
wonderful office staff. Mrs.
Marshall and her group. The
little laundry lady. The hall
workers and the sweet nurses
who come to your call Many
thanks to all of you.
To my dear Dr. Simpson
who patiently listens to my
complaints, I thank you. And
as the saying goes, friends are
worth more than money. A
special thanks to Helen Du-
rant, who came quickly when I
called to take me home.
Aunt Bell DuBose

"A mountain and a river
are good neighbors."
George Herbert


Board of Public Inst


Adrian -Lewis strains as he hoists 350
pounds on the "squat rack" in the Sharks'


Gulf County Guidance Clinic
for the 1982-83 school year;
Approved the ECIA Chapter
I (formerly Title I) Grant for
the 1982-83 school year;'
Approved the State Compen-
satory Education Program.


The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on June 8, 1982 at 9:00 AM in
the Gulf County Courthouse in
Port St. Joe, Florida. The
following members were pre-
sent: Waylon Graham, Ted
Whitfield, Gene Raffield, Paul
Sewell, Fred Greer The Su-
perintendent was also present.
Chairman Graham presided
and the meeting was opened
with prayer arid followed by
the Pledge of Allegiance.
The. Board presented: a
Golden School Award Certifi-
cate to Wewahitchka Elemen-
tary School and recognized
their achievement for the
1981-82 school year.
A group of parents met with
the Board and expressed their
concerns on behalf of Ann
Aldridge being transferred to
Wewahitchka High School.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Greer, the Board
unanimously approved the
minutes of May 4, 20, 25, 1982.
The Board reviewed cor-
respondence from President
of the Chamber of Commerce
commending the staff at Port
St. Joe High School cafeteria
for an excellent job they did
with the meal they served to
honor the Port St. Joe Port
Authority.
The Board acknowledged
correspondence regarding the
drug program being presented
to the fourth grade classes at
Wewahitchka Elementary
School by Mrs. Marie Drew.
The Board reviewed several
items on the punch list that
have not been taken care of at
Wewahitchka Elementary
School. The Board authorized
the Superintendent to contact
the board attorney for legal
advice in order for Mr.
Kolmetz to complete the
punch list.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Greer, the Board
accepted, the following bids: *
Asbestos removal and re-
placement at Port St. Joe High
School and Wewahitchka High
School- The Board accepted
the lowest bid of Acusti
Engineering Company of Flo-
rida in the amount of
$174,486.00. Bids are as fol-
lows: Acusti, $174,486.00;
Delta, $184,985.00; Cross Con-
struction, $214,450.00; Gemco,
$178,000.00.
The Board accepted =the
following bids on old tires. as
fo llo w s : ', "
B&G Seafood, 3 tires, $62.00;
M. V, Griner, tire, $10.25;
Sam Harmon, 5 tires, $82.67; I.
W. Duren & Sons, 16 tires',.
$250,00: Copies of all bids are
on file in the Superintendent's
office.
On motion by Whitfield,
Second by Greer, the Board
unanimously approved the
following personnel matters:
Approved the transfer of
Daisy Pittman to serve one-
half time maintenance custo-
dian secretary and one-half
time secretary for Coordina-
tor of Support Services;
Approved a position for
secretary to Director of School
Food Service and Special
Programs;
'Approved employment of
Betty :Bidwell. for summer
employment at Wewahitchka
High School;
Approved employment of
Larry Mathes and Evelyn Cox
to teach summer school at"
Wewahitchka High School;
Accepted the letter of retire-
ment from Harrell E. Hollo-
way, effective June 30, 1982;
Approved the appointment
of Donna Pate be changed to
that of Fiscal Clerk;
Approved the appointment
of Joan McCroan be changed
to that of Finance Clerk;
Approved the. following
teachers -to teach summer
school at Port St. Joe High
School providing that the
enrollment is sufficient: Chris
Earley, PAD; John Hicks,
Physical education; William
Lane, Jr., High English; Alice
Machen, Compensatory Eng-
lish and Remediation; Charles
Osborne, Science; Ometa Os-
borne, Jr. High Social Studies;
Hugh Smith, Compensatory
Math and Remediation;
Approved that the April 13,.
1982 minutes be amended to
show the work days of cashi-
ers to be 177 instead of 181;
Accepted the resignation of
Eva Flowers as school food
service employee, effective at
the end of the 1981-82 school
year.
On, motion by 'Raffield;
second by Whitfield, the Board
unanimously approved- the
following program matters:
Approved Master Inservice
Plan Annual Update;
Approved Comprehensive
Health Education Grant;
Approved an agreement for
Calhoun County Students to
participate in the Trainable
Mentally Retarded Program
in Gulf County;
Approved Performance
Contract for Evaluation and
Consultant Services with the


Plan for 1982-83;
Approved P.L. 94-142, En-
titlement Fund Application -
Education of the Handicap-
ped;
Approved the School Health
Services Budget for FY 1982-
83.
On motion by Greer, second
by Sewell, the Board unani-
mously approved the work
schedules for the summer four
day work week in all schools.
On motion by Greer, second
by Whitfield, the Board.unani-
mously approved the follow-
ing transportation matters:
Approved transportation to
Margaret K Lewis School if
participation is 8 to 10 stu-
dents:
Approved Betty Curlee and
Mae Ella Gant for employ-.
ment as summer bus drivers.
The rate of pay to be $3.35 per
hour.-'The beaches route will
'be 8'hours per day and the,
town route will be 7 hours per,
day;
Approved a request from
Long Avenue' Baptist Church
for the use of a bus for, a
non-school activity provided
they meet the guidelines of the
policy.
The Board reviewed cost
center budgets from all
schools..No action necessary.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Greer, the Board
unanimously approved that
the bills be paid.
On motion by Raffield,.
second by Whitfield, the Board
unanimously approved the
Regionalized Five-Year and
Annual Plan for Vocational,
Planning, -Region III, FY
1983-1987.,-
The Board reviewed a semi-
final inspection report on the
Fire Alarm System at Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School,
main street site.
.The Board authorized the
Superintendent to dispose. of
surplus and junk property
located at each school through
a sale to be organized by Band
parents with proceeds going to
the Band fund at each school.
The Board approved for the
community services to hold
their aerobic classes in the
auditorium at Wewahitchka
Elementary School.
The Board declared the
following list of equipment as
junk and should be removed
from property record:


MINUTES

of the


ruction !


One cement finisher, Pro-
perty Record No. 61-70-222,
Junk, Gear box stripped;
Three Craftsman table
.saws; no Property Record
Number, Junk, No motor and
gears stripped on two of them
and motor bad on third one;
One motor mixer, no Pro-
perty Record Number, Junk,
motor and blades shot;
One Craftsman Band Saw,
No Property. Record Number,
top carriage worn out;
One Craftsman Jointer, No
Property Record Number,
gears stripped, no motor;
One Craftsman Jig Saw,
Property Record No. 61-70-179,
no motor, worn out; "
One Craftsman Floor Sand-
er, Property Record No: 61-70-
272, worn, out, no motor;'
One Craftsman Lathe, Pro-
perty -Record No,' 61-70-958,
worn out;
One Craftsman Planer,. Pro-
perty Record No. 61-70-290.
worn out;
One Craftsman Drill Press,.
Property Record No 61-75-940,
junk. '
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed to meet again on July
6, 1982 at 5:30 P.M.
The Gulf County School
Board met in special session
on June 18, 1982 at 4:45 PM in
the Gulf County Courthouse in
Port St. Joe, Florida The
following members were pre-
sent: Waylon Graham, Ted
Whitfield. Gene Raffield, Paul
Sewell. Board member Greer
was, absent. The-Superinten-
dent was also present.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion by
Sewell, second by Whitfield,
the -Board unanimously ap-
proved the appointment of
Kenneth'Wayne Land as band
instructor at Port St. Joe High
School 'for the 1982-83 school
.year..
A group of parents met with
the Board and expressed their
concern regarding the ele-
mentary music program at
Highland View Elementary
School.
The Board reviewed a re-
quest from Margaret Biggs
requesting assistance in at-
tending the National Federa-
tion of State Poetry Societies
Convention in Memphis, Ten-
nessee. It was the unanimous


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Cousins Celebrate Birthdays
Tres Rhames, son of Donnie Jones.
and Sandra Rhames, and
Stephen Dean Bailey, son of '
Rhonda and Jay Bailey, cele-
brated their July birthdays
with a double party in the
home of Rhonda and Jay
Bailey in Wewahitchka on'
July 24.
Many friends and relatives
were there to help the cousins
enjoy this special occasion.
Tres became two on July 27
and Dean became eight on
July 24.
Tres is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. HarveyTootle, Mary
Lou Rhames and Donald Gene
Rhames, and the : great-
grandson of Mrs. G. A. Tootle. TRES RHAMV
Mrs. Lula Jones, and Mrs.
Thelma Rhames.
, Stephen is the grandson of
Mary Lou Rhames. and Mrs.
Gertrude Bailey, and the
great-grandson of Mrs. Lula '


STEPHEN DEAN BAILEY


feeling of the Board that, at
this time, they could not honor
this request.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Whitfield, the Board
authorized the Superintendent
to engage Leonard Costin
Firm for the.p,?rformance of
an internal aui'ht.
There beink no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


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Sunday, August 1, at
a.m.
Rev. Alonzo Moore, P


H -Pub
1,11.f-fi THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
v' : "=, CASE NI
ARL J YON.
Plaintiff,

ELYN A PARHAM.
Delendant
,NOTICE OF ACTION
TO EVELYN PARHAM,.
S Williamsburg SuDdivision
'.-"L WecahilchKa. Florida
S YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
clion to foreclose a mortgage h
led against you. a ia you ate req
S serve a copy of your writtllendeli
9h,. ny. o il on FRANK A BAKER. 1
6treel. Blounislown. Florida"
C counsel lor Plaint ill. on or Dalore
1 g. 1982. and lile the original of s
t len delenses with Ihe Clerr ol Ih
immedlately therealler. other
,.' delaull will be entered against yo
jelie requesleo in the Complainm
The action is lor foreclosure o
t gage. against all or your rights,
.' Inlerest in Ine following real
Located in Gull County. Florida. i
,- properly oeing described as
Lot 13. Block 4 ol Pine Ridge
lion to,Wewahilctka. Florida.
l the Plal OrOlllclal Reoords rec
in P lt Bo 'j 2: Page 8. _i
J! i Records of Gull Counly. Froria
PLEASE GOVERN COURSE
S"-- CORDINGLY
SWITNESS rry hand and the sea
"' Courl on July 13. 1982
JERRY GATES.
i, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
.S By Ist Tonya Knox Deputy Clerk


IN THE CIRCUIT'COURT. FOUR
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE ST
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF Ci
Case
GULF COUNTY FARMS INC
a Florida corporalton
Painli. id ll.
S' JAMES A CUTCHIN ana
LINDA R CUTCHIN.
'i' ii Deendarnts
!. NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is given that pursuant t
Judgment in Foreclosure dated
i. 1982. in Case No. 82 65. ol th,
Court ol Ine Fourleenth Judicial (
and .lor Gull Counly. Florida. i
Gull County Farms. Inc. a .Ffo
P' rat on is the Piasrilll. ana J
Culchin and Linda R 'Culchin,
Delendants I Aill sell to Ine higi
b es Diddane, or casn i., the IODC
; Iront door 0l the GIJl Counly Cot
rSK,'.- in Port SI Joe FiOrioa al It0
am. an ine91n day of Augusl 1
tollowing described properly sel
In me Final JudgmentL
-^-* Farms No 55 8 56. Gull C
.Farrms Uril Two Commence
^ ,Nonrhwest corner or Sectio
Toawnsanip 5 Soulh. Range 9
Gull County Florida Tnence
86*27 2' East along the Nori
of said Section 30 lor 285386 I
jthe Westerly rignt.ol.way 1I,
Stale Road No. 71. Hence
d.' .- 18'1620"0 East aiong said rti
way line lor 112000.eel to Ine
a" of Beginning Thence continue
': 18' 16'20' East along said rig
*-' way line ,or 480 00 level. II
S' Soun 71'43'40' West or 72601
.' Inence North 18'1620 West li


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S SUNDAY SCHOOL .
MORNING WORSHIP
EVENING WORSHIP

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1982


Car Recovered After

Being Taken At Beach


We re Doing



Pretty Well


tends Invite

program Sunday
ram at Sister Mary Williams, Chair-
hurch, man; and Sister Doris Rouse,
11:00 .Program Committee, extend a
cordial invitation to everyone
astor; to attend this special service.


lie Notices -
E FOUR f6eI. thence North 7143'40' EastI fo
AND FOR 726 00 leel o Ihe PointlI of Beginning.
--containing 80 acres more or less
O 82126 R DATED this 261n day at July 1982
JERRY GATES Clerk el CIrcuit CoUti
By is' Tonya Knox. Deputy Clerk
217.29

-IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE,STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
Case No 82.66
GULF COUNTY FARMS. INC .
inal an a Florida corDorallon.
has been 1 0nl
luirea to
enses. i JAMES A CUTCHIN and
R32424. LINDA R. CUTCHIN
e Agusl Delendanls
AgusI" DeNOTICE OF SALE
561 Will Nolice is given thai pursuan Ito a Final
JudgmenI in'Foreclosure daled July 20.
wise, a 1982. in Case No 82-66. of Ihe Circuit
u lo Cou of Ihe Fourieenln Judicial Circuil in
ana for Gull County Florida, in whiicn
I le and Gull County Farms Inc.. a Florida .r'
tile and poalion. .5 In Plainri.r. ana James A
properly Culchin and Linda R Culchin. are Ihe
aia res Delendanl-, I sell to Ine highest ana
Addi- besi bidder lor casn in Ihe lobby at the
Front door atO the Gulf County Courtnhouse
as per In Port S.. Joe, Floida at 11'00 o'clock
oucieo am on ire 91hd'6'A .'.982,''
ubl lotlolWiing d Sirfoed properly sel lorin in
a the Final Judgment
LF AC Los No 57 8 58. Gull Counl,
Farms Unitl Two Commence atl thE.
l of Iris Norinwes corner of Section 30
i o iis Township 5 South. Range 9 West
Gull County. Florida Thence North
86"2722" East along me North line
of said Secllon 30 for 135253 feel
thence Soulth 1816'20 EasI lor
41c 7.15 150169 leel to the Point of Beglnn.
ing. Tnence North 71643 40" East lor
72600 leea. thence Soulh 18'16'20'
TEENTH East lor 48000 feel Inence Souln
TATE OF 71'43'40" West for 72600 feel.
OUNTY thence North 186'1620" West for
No 82-65 480 00 leel o iThe Pointl o Beginning.
containing 7 44 acres more or les.
DATED mis 261h day of July 1982
JERRY GATES Clerk ol Cuircuit Cori
By ,ist Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
.J 7 29
FICTITIOUS NAME
o a Final Notice is nereby given inai pursua3r ic.
July 20. Section 66509. Florida Stalules. me
SCircuit undersigned persons irtena to register
:iircult in with Ine Clerk 1 Ihe Circuit court. Gull
n which Counly Florida lout weeks alter tihe irsi
nda cor Dubircallion of I.s notice Ire lictl.ous
ames A name br trde name unaer which iney will
1re the beengaged in brusinesa and inr wnich saia
nesl and buEiness is lo be carried on to-wal
cy al the DECORATOR DEN FLORIST
urlhouse & GIFT SHOP
I o'clock 32I1, Reid Avenue
982. the Porl Si Jce Floroa 324156
lorih-in Owners Tim Ard Margarel Ara
ana Jacque Yeager
County 4c ;'8
at I he--- -
n 30, BID NO. WWTP 168
West Tne Cily of Por SI Joe Florida, re
Norm quests bids on 2 -15.KV Direct Burial
n Iine Cables, CaDle Direct Burial Canie ana
eel to 1.- InstrumenI Direct Buiial CaDle
ne ol Specifications may De oblainea from Ine
Souln City Clerk's Office. P 0 Box A Por St
gril ot. Joe Floridaa 32456 Bid opening will be
Point held ai Ihe regular Citly Commission
Souin Meeting on August 3 1982
iht.ol CITY OF PORT ST JOE
hence is, L A Farris. City AudiloriClerk
301eel 2l 7.15& 729


W BETHEL
odist Episcopal Church
Phone 227-1213
ies W. Williams. Pastor

... . . 9 30A M
' . 1100A M.
. . 6.00 P M

their, Christ Our Redeemer.
an Our Brother"



HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD

"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAY SCHOOL ......... 1000 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ... 11-00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M

Pastor Ira J. Nichols


St. Joe Paper Company
Vice-President, Harold
Quackenribush,' spoke to the
Rotary Club last Thursday,
giving the members an over-
view in what to expect from
St. Joe Paper Company opera-'
tions in the months to come.:
The speaker started by
saying Gulf County was luck-'
ie,r than many other locations
thmpughout the nation. "St.
Joe Paper has not lost nearly
so much time as other paper
mills in the area, nor is there
any indication that we will in
the future", the mill executive
said. '
Quackenbush said there is a
serious slump in the liner-
board business at present,.
which .is normally St. Joe
Paper's backbone of business
but other products*being em-
phasized by the mill have
taken up much of the slack
and kept the operation going.
Quackenbush pointed pri-
marily to bleached pulp and
board manufacture and their
diversification 'in other pro-
ducts such as lumber products
and container plants.
"There is a slump in these
businesses too, but with the
diversification, it has kept us
going pretty well", he said.


The Vice-President said he
saw a good future in the
linerboard business, as other
mills were getting out of the
manufacturing of this product
for other higher profit lines.,
He pointed to the "Crest-
white" businesses well as the
string of' container plants,
diversification into the lumber
products and the large amount
of woodlands owned by the
firm as insurance against the
future. '
Quackenbush said, "Compe-
tion is keen in this business.
We're trying to get more
productive and insure our
future with the use of chips,
new equipment, more energy
efficiency and fuel savings."
The speaker said the new
boiler currently 'being install-
ed at the mill will allow the
burning of former waste pro-
ducts at a savings. of 1,000
barrels of oil per day. He said
the savings of 1,000 barrels of
oil at $32.00 a barrel would
mean a considerable savings
for the mill and a boost inr
economic stability.
'Guests of the club were Bill
Morrison and Dr. Richard
Morley of Panama City, Bill
Wood, Jay Stevens and Jerry
Gates of Port St. Joe.


Dr. William F. Lanier


Dr. W. F. Lanier to


Speak At Beach


Dr. William Forrest Lanier,
assistant to the president of
Shorter College, will preach at
the 9 a.m. service at First
United Methodist Church in
Mexico Beach on August 8.
Dr. Lanier served two terms
on the Executive Committee
of the Georgia Baptist Conven-
tion and as a member of its
Administration Committee. A
former trustee of Shorter'
College, he is currently in
charge of Development at the


college.
For six years, Dr. Lanier
was pastor of the Northside
Drive Baptist Church in At-.
lanta. Prior to that time, he
served the First Baptist
Church in Savannah and the
First Baptist Church in Rome.
He has studied at:' the
University of Heidelberg and
at the University of Edin-
burgh. .
The public is invited to hear-
Dr. Lanier's message. '


A 1974 Plymouth, owned by
Barbara Bond, was reported
stolen from an apartment in
Mexico Beach about 2:00 a.m.,
Tuesday, according to Gulf
County Sheriff Ken Murphy.
Sheriff Murphy said one of
his deputies, James Mock,
spotted the vehicle about 30
minutes later and pursued it
on Constitution Drive in Port
St. Joe, where the vehicle was
finally stopped in front of Gulf
Pines Hospital.
A Tallahassee juvenile was
arrested and turned over to
Mexico Beach Police, along

Colbert Named

to NW Florida

House Authority
Governor Bob Graham an-
nounced last week the appoint-
ment of the following person to
the Northwest Florida Re-
gional Housing Authority:
H. Kesley Colbert, 35, of
Port St. Joe, the president of
an abstract company.
Mr. Colbert's term will
expire in May, 1985.


Col. Dorothy Mount, right, receives the Army's medal
for meritorious service from Col. Samuel Chaney, deputy
chief of staff for professional activities of the U.S. Army
Health Services. -U.S. Army photo


Col. DorOthy Mount


Receives Cluster


Health Services Command's
new dietitian has been award-
ed the Meritorious Service
Medal. Col. Doiothy Mount
received the first oak leaf
cluster to the service medal
for her duties as chief of food
service at Tripler Army Medi-
cal Center in Hawaii from 1979
until this past February, when
she was assigned to Health
Services Command.
Dorothy is a 1958 graduate
of Washington High School,
and a graduate of Florida


Bible

School At

HV Baptist
Children of all ages ,are'
invited to attend an exciting
summer adventure, beginning
on July 31 and ending August
7: Vacation Bible School at
Highland View Baptist
Church.
The fun begins with a Super
Carnival on July 31 at 10 a.m.
There will be a dunking
booth as well as mini bike and
go cart rides, bean bag tosses,
and many' other games. Hot
dogs, cotton candy, and -sno
cones will be available. Ever-
one who comes and registers
for VBS will get VBS "Bucks"
to play the games.
Vacation Bible School will
begin two days later,' August 2
through' August 7, from 6:00-"
9:00 P.M. each night.
Children will enjoy singing,
Bible study, making crafts,
and refreshments. For' more'
information, contact Rev.
Jerry Register, at 227-1306 or'
229-8178.



n August

The draw'will be posted at the
8th Street, Tennis Courts. No
refunds made after the draw
has been made. Trophies will
be awarded to winners and
runner-up.


5,000 Meter

Run July 31

At Tyndall
A Summer. Sprint 5,000
Meter Road Race and Fun
Run (10 and Under) will be
held at 7:00 AM 'July 31 at
Heritage Park on' Illinois
Avenue'at Tyndall AFB. $1.50
fee ($1.00 PRC members). No
T-shirts. Special awards for
male and female overall win-
ners; medals three places
overall; ribbons age division
winners.
For further information,
contact Panhandle Runners,
265-9648.


Marinating meats for 12
hours or more cuts cooking
time by about a third.


A&M University. She was
awarded a master's degree in
nutrition education from
I Drexel University in Philadel-
phia. She entered the Army in
1958. Her father, Ira L. Mount,
Sr. is a resident of Port St.
Joe. .

Making the presentation of
the award is Col. Samuel
Chaney, deputy chief of staff
for professional activities as
the U.S. Army Health Services
Command (HSC).


with the stolen vehicle.


Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. George* L.
Cooper .of Wewahitchka, and
Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper,
Sr. of Port St. Joe, have had
several of their relatives visit
them during the summer. '
Guests have been Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Farr of Ochloch-
nee, the 'Bob Cobbie family
from Massachusetts, and
granddaughter Jo Ellyn.

CARD OF THANKS
We sincerely appreciate the
loving kindness which was
shown to our family during
our time of grief and for all
your prayers that were put
before God on our behalf.
Sincerely,
The Causey Family.,

EYE GLASSES
MADE IN"
1 TO 4 HOURS
No Appointment Necessary :
Dr. Tindell. Denney & Asso.
S117 W M.ia .r. otna 793 633


CORRECTION

Piggly Wiggly's Grocery Ad

Should Read

32 oz. RC Cola6 btls.$99
(Packed 2
Whole Fryers Ib. 49c Perda2



A _'T 1irs ,ile e,/,odis Cl,,r


Constitution and Monument Ave
9 Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL .............. .. ..... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ............. ........ 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ........................ 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .... ..... 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........... 7.30 P.M.


NOW YOUCAN PUT

O 72 o.1.SON
(Whitewall) (p tIOre)

F i P175o70R13 61
FR UPT P18340R13 '63
SP2057R143 71
$: P17575R14 67
36,. P18517S114 68
P195/75R14 70
Some sales are just worth waiting for. This P205/75R14 72
Is.one of them. Right now, save up. to $36.70R14 76
'on a set of four gas.saving, long-wearing, P205/70R14 76
sure.traction 721 tires- P215175R14 77
our most popular radials. i5 9 P225/75R14 80
721 steel belted radial. P205/75R15 74
Regular $61 NOW W it P215175R15 79
P piR13 whi,..ll. P225175R155 85
SPluatSlt .ET P235/75R15 94
If we should ell out of your size, we'll glv you No trade-in needed. All pri
a "ralnoheck" assuring laterdelivery at
.,the advwltsed price.


A SET

SALE FE.T.
) (per wtre) (pw tire)
s55.5s s1.78
54As. 1.73
56S. 1.92
i3.95 2.14
59.05 1.83
60.95 2.04
62.95 2.18
64.9 2.34
67.95 2.23
&.95 2.48
71.95 2.68
68.95 2.47
70.95 2.59
76.95 2.78
84M0j 3.01
ces plus tax...


A Tennis Tournament, spon-
sored by the City of Port St.
Joe, will be held August 13-15
(Singles); and August 20-22
(Doubles), under the direction
of Ralston Lynch (Roscoe).
Entry fees are as follows:
Singles, $6.00 plus one can of
balls; and Doubles, $10.00 per.
team plus one can of balls.
Deadline for entering in the
Singles competition is August
10; August 17 for Doubles
competition.
This will be a-single elimina-
tion tournament with a consul-
tation bracket with first and
second places in each cate-.
gory.


To register, contact the
Recreation Dept., 229-6119,
between 1:00-4:00 PM EST);
or Ralston Lynch, 648-5875,
(after 6:00 EST).
Note; Balls must be turned
in, to Tournament Director
before play. Fifteen minute
default rule will be enforced
In case of rain, play will
resume the following day.
Match play will be posted in
the Panama City News Her-
ald. Each entrant is limited to
three events. Singles events
will begin at 5:00 p.m. EST
Friday if large draw. All other
events will start 8:00 a.m. EST
Saturday, and all day Sunday.


TRY US FIRST!
WE HAVE HARD TO GET PARTS FOR BOATS, LAWN AND
GARDEN EQUIPMENT, TRACTORS, MOTORCYC..ES, TRUCKS
AND AUTOMOBILES AVAILABLE DAILY FROM OUR 'NAPA
DISTRIBUTION CENTER.

St. Joe Auto Parts Gold Hat Auto Parts
201 Long Avenue Highway? 7
Port St. Joe, Fla. Wewahltchka, Florida
229-8222 639-5711


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Deluxe Champlon*
polyester cord
Quality, dependability and
smooth ride make the bias-
ply Deluxe Champion our
best- selling tire.
Sira Si berydly
(llkiall) i F RE.T.
A7B.13" w0 $1.60
E7614 M 2.01
F71.14 40 2.12
078.14 42 2.26
07$.15 41 2.36
7.15 4 2.54
L7WI1S 4 2.79
-riflb tread. Other sIMes, too.


its


Tough Ught Truck Tire
Firestone's light truck
Transport. The ultimate
combination of heaivy-duty
'nylon cord and quiet,
computer-designed tread.
TuIE-TYPt er*w.,d
(aeokWl) prting Pil RL.T
7.0015 6 t 2J1 a2.1I
.00.15s 8 00 2.94
7.5016 a6 t 3.&32
7.016 8 U7.3 3.64
TUSLUM
7.0015 6 13 M 3.0?
7.(015 6 8 4 3.016
All pINM plus tf and x o0tal tim.


Tennis Tourine I


FirestoneRaials.ThNwhoiefmpo ners


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PATE SERVICE CENTER
216 Monument Avenue Port St. Joe Phone 227-1291




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IS WHAiT YO p L SVE A
*****YOUR FR*PIENDLYIGA FOOLINER


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

Prices Good July 28-Aug. 3, 1982


BULK RATE
U. S. POSTAGE
8.4' PAID
Permit No. 3
Wewahitchka. Fla.


At David Rich's IGA, we carry nothing but the finest USDA Choice
Tablerite Beef at the Lowest Prices Possible, but also maintaining
the Finest Quality Available. We do not add additives to our
ground beef nor do we carry a cheap quality of beef that would
lower our standard of excellence.
Market Manager Mitch Rich


C R U I Y *AL AP S N. .' E S A G


PREMIUM' GRADE FRYER
ThIghS (Family Pak) .. ........... Ib U8
PREMIUM GRADE FRYER
Drumsticks (Family Pak) ... Lb. b'
TABLERITE BEEF SIRLOIN $ 28
Tip Roast ................ ..Lb. .
TABLERITE LEAN BEEF
Cubed Steak ........ ......L. Lh.
TABLERITE SKINNED & DEVEINED
Sliced Beef Liver ... Lb. UU
SUNNYLAND THIN SLICED 148
Bacon ............ ........ $r I


IE I I
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IGA TABLERITE REGULAR OR
Beef Bologna......... ............
IGA TABLERITE REGULAR OR
Beef Wieners.................
IGA TABLERITE
Cooked Ham.. ... ..........
SWIFT ('50% Leaner than Bacon)
Sizzlean .... .... ........
LYKES DELICIOUS
Red (ots .. ... ........ . .
GWALTNEY SMOKED
Turkey Ham ..... .......


TROPICANAORANGE


99,

890


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Lb.
20z. $12
Oz. $16
*0z I


20 Oz.
$Lb.188
Lb. I


TABLERITE
FRESH
GROUND
BEEF
Ground Fresh
Several Times
(3Lbs;D $ l
or more)
L .b. I :*


49 O. 18


Breakstone Sour Cream.. .oz. 990
Kraft Margarine(Miracieocup) ...... Lb. 89


- I


BUSH 99 SALE
Bush Blackeye Peas
Bush Red Kidney Beans
Bush Northern Beans
Bush Pinto Beans


300 Cans


IRI N ill


IGA ea.
Ice Cream .


Freezer Queen Suppers (Astd.) .. 32Oz.
McKenzie Butterbeans... ,oz.
IGA Okra (Whole orCut) . . 16 oz.
Meadow Gold Twin Pops 12 pak


I BAERYDEPRTMNTI


IGA Loaf Pound Cake .....
IGA Old Fashion Bread ......... 2 20oz.
IGA Raisin Bread ........ ...... oz.


GRADE A
MEDIUM

EGGS dozen
Ii -e *


Kraft Cheese Singles .... 6oz.
Sealtest L-N-L Yogart(Ass.) 3 o.Z


Georgia Clear Seed
PEACHES


Chiquita Golden Ripe

BANANAS
31 b.88C
tray


YELLOW SQUASH
TENDER OKRA


Lg.
Tray


$00


TENDER POLE BEANS


89*
$100


Butter Nut Squash ............ 2 For 25c
New Crop Rutabagas ...... Lb. 29
Red Bell Pepper .............. ItrayS8
Lg. Red California Plums ......... Lb.79"
Crisp Carrots . ........ 21 b.bags 69
Green Head Cabbage ......... 2For$1.00
Lg. Type Elephant Ears .......... '4.00
Fig TreesThe Rainy Season is theTimetoPlant . $4.00


INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL
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/2 Bushel


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.. America's space shuttle will
be competing with other nations
in our launch services to com-
mercial and foreign customers
later this year when it becomes
fully operational. Eleven coun-
tries (Belgium, Denmark,
Frarce, Federal Republic of
.Germany, Ireland, Italy,
Netherlands, Spain, Sweden,
Switzerland and the United
Kingdom) have formed the
European Space Agency (ESA)
-"iarid-have developed the Ariane
launch vehicle, which completed
its.test program in December of
1981 and is scheduled for its
first operational launch this
September.
Until now, any country or
organization ihat wanted to put
a satellite in orbit had only the
United States or the Soviet
Union to go to for launch ser-
vice. 'The Soviet union does not
seek commercial business and,
-.therefore, does not compete
:-economically with the United
'States. However, Ariane has
'changed the situation since it
has become available for
service.
Ariane is an expendable
'launch vehicle (ELV) which
i means it can be used only once.
All Launches were ELVs until
the space shuttle appeared. The
United States has several ELVs
'still in operation. One is the
Delta which is somewhat similar
id tfie Ariane. However, the
;--U.S.-'vill phase out all ELVs
;*because the reusable space shut-
le..is more economical.
Z".An advantage the Ariane
Shas over the space shuttle is that
Srt can launch two satellites at
'one time into higher carth orbits
,which reduces the customers'
'costs' The shuttle can take
Eseve tl satellites up at one time
,bu"1vnly into low earth orbit,
'and many of the satellites must
be placed in the upper stages
into:geostationary orbit which
.exists 35,800 kilomeiters'above,
*the equator. A satellite placed
there will maintain a fixed posi-
.tion relative to any point on
.earth and is especially useful for.
:communications satellites.
: Customers contracting to
-;use the Ariane make a small
.d6 vfipaymeni for a launch with
4the'balance due several months
following the launch when the
'sareltites produce revenues. On
the other hand, NASA
:custcoiiers are required to pay
all launch and service costs by
launch time for their portion of
- "he. payload. At the present
liime; NASA is working on new
-ways to finance the service to
'inake it more attractive.
Another advantage the


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vegetable oil. Add eggs, dry in-
gredients and carrots. Stir until
smooth and pour into lif.htly
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Bake for 55 minutes at 350.
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MINUTES

* of the Gulf County Commission


Ariane has over the shuttle is
that it uses 20-year-old
technology which is relatively '
reliable. The space shuttle has
only just completed its test pro-
gram and a launch schedule
cannot be determined with any
certainty. Consequently, man.
customers were forced to
"double-book" on Ihe Delta
ELV and or the Ariane in case
the shuttle is not available.
These things make Ariane
look very attractive and three
U.S. firms (Western Union.
Southern Pacific and GTE)
have changed from the shuttle
to Ariane; but the shuttle is not
out of the running yet. The first
64 shuttle flights through
September of 1987 are nearly
completely booked. while the
Ariane has 30 launches booked
through December 1986 with at
least two openings; The space
shuttle is also more versatile and
capable of carrying large and
heavy payloads.
For the past 25 years, the
United States has had almost a
monopoly,on space services and
now this situation is changing
with international competition
surfacing. This may cut into the
business expected for the space
shuttle if other countries buy
from ESA. To remain com-
petitive, the United States will
need to reassess pricing and
financing arrangements for
launch services, as well as work-
ing out a more reliable launch
schedule. It is important that
the United States does not lose
its edge in space.

Carrot Bread

This week, Nancy selected a
recipe by Mrs. James J.
Blanchard, wife of a Represen-
tative from Michigan. Jim is a
candidate for Governor of
Michigan and will be leaving the
House at the end of this year.
I cup granulated uar ;
'.i cup vegetable oil
2 eggs
I V2 cups flour
I teaspoon baking soda
I teaspoon baking powder
I teaspoon cinnamon
I junior size jar of babyfood
carrots


onded the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Dave Watkins, Apalachee
Regional Planning Council,
appeared before the Board to
report that the council was
working on the application the
Board had made to receive the
.surplus lighthouse property
from the federal government.
. Mr. Watkins also presented
the Board with the latest
printout from'the Department
of. Revenue containing an.
estimate of the revenue to be
received by Gulf County from
the 12 cent sales tax. ,
Wallace Tillery discussed
with the Board the speed limit
and the need for a no passing
zone in the St. Joe Beaches
area of Highway 98
Comm. Birmingham asked


the Clerk if he had received a
reply from attorney Jeriiy
Gerde concerning the invoice
submitted to him for use of the
Board's facilities in the law-
suit filed by his client against.
the Dead Lakes Water Man-
agement District.
Comm. Branch moved the
Board purchase a used truck
for $10,500 to haul the road
department's Tandem trailer
after thorough inspection by
,Road Department employees
-and upon the recommendation
of Road Superintendent Bob
Lester. Comm. Tankersley
-seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
Comm. Branch told Mos-
quito Control. Director Doug
Kent that he wanted the Board
to know that he would oppose





department who was ill and
had used all his sick leave.
After discussion, Comm. Tan-
kersley moved that if an
employee is off work two
weeks or more due to an
illness, and if fellow em-
ployees desire to donate their
sick leave to the ill employee,
then upon written authoriza-
tion by the donating employee,
he shall be allowed to donate
his sick leave to another


employee at the donor's rate
of pay. Comm. Money sec-
onded the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Comm. Money moved the
Board adopt September 18 as
"Solidarity Day" in honor of
the struggle of the people of
Poland. Comm. Branch sec-
onded the motion and it passed
unanimously.
(Continued oh Page 12)


any landfill in the Highlarid
View area that did not have an
access road other than First
Street. After discussion, the
Board agreed there must be a
separate access road to any
sanitary landfill in the High-
land View area.
Comm. Branch reported
that he had been notified that
the Department of Transpor-
tation needed an agreement
from the Board for maiin-
tenance of a railroad crossing
on C-382 in Port St. Joe. The
Attorney agreed to check into
this matter \ith the Depart-
ment of Transportation'.
Comm. Branch told the
Board he had been informed,
by Road Superintendent Bob
Lester that there was no
policy. concerning an em-
ployee's .use of his sick leave
while receiving worker's com-
pensation insurance. The
Board discussed this matter
with no action taken.
Comm. Gortman informed
the Board that certain em-
ployees of the Road Depart-
ment wanted to donate some
of their accumulated sick
leave to an employee of the


The Board of County Com-
mission met June 22. 1982 in
regular session with the fol-
lowing members present:
Chairman Jimmy 0. Gort-
man, Eldridge Money, Doug-
las C. Birmingham, James L.
Tankersle., and William R.
Branch. Also present w.as
Clerk Jerry Gates, Deputy
Clerk Maurell Cumbie, Sheriff
Ken Murphy. Deputy Sheriff
Jack Davila. Attorney Wil-
liam J. Rish, and Mosquito,
Control Director Doug Kent
The meeting came to order
at 7-00 p m.
Reverend Sidney Ellis open-
ed the meeting with prayer,
and Clerk Jerry Gates led the
pledge of allegiance to the
flag
Upon motion by Comm.
Tankersley, second by Comm
Money and unanimous vote
the Board approved the mi-
nutes of May 11 and May 25
Roy Smith, Hannon Insur-
ance Company, appeared be-
fore the Board to discuss an
increase of $9,857 over the bid
price of October 13 in the
Board's workers compensa-
tion insurance policy. Mr.
Smith stated this increase was
due to an increase in the
Board's payroll and an in-
crease in the loss experience
(claims) made against the
policy. After discussion of this
matter and a final audit
invoice on the previous years
policy. Comm. Branch moved
the Board table this matter
until the next regular meeting.
Comm. Tankersley seconded
the motiQn and it passed
unanimously.
George Payne, Motorola,
Inc. appeared before the
Board to discuss a proposal by
Motorola to sell the St. Joe
Ambulance Squad Communi-
cations equipment. After dis-
cussion, Comm. Tankersley
moved the Board purchase the
motorola communications
equipment in the amount of
$12,510.00. Comm. Branch sec-
onded the motion and it passed
unanimously.
H. T. West, Rocky Com-
forter, and members of the
Bob Raffield family appeared
before the Board to protest the
autopsy policies of medical
examiner Joseph C. Sapala.
Mr West stated that Mr.
Sapala was performing un-
needed autopsies and using his
office as an experimental
laboratory against the wishes
of family members of de-
ceased persons. He requested
the Board not fund Mr. Sapala
in these experiments and help
fight this type of uncontrolled
disregard for families of de-
ceased persons. The Board
requested the attorney contact
State's Attorney Jim Apple-
man to appear before the
Board to discuss this matter.
Stuart Shoaf appeared be-
fore the Board to discuss the
water system proposed by his
company for the Beaches
area. He told the Board he
held a public hearing in the
beaches area at which ap-
proximately 35 people attend-
ed, of which three to five
persons were against the
proposal. He said if the Board
would give his company a
franchise and provide $70,000
in advance to provide fire
protection within the system,
then his company would be
ready to proceed with provid-
ing water service to the
beaches area. The Board
agreed to meet with Mr. Shoaf
again concerning this matter.
Charles Arthur Gaskin, Ar-
chitect, appeared before the
Board to present four pro-
posals for construction of a
fire station-community build--
ing in the beaches area After
going over these proposals
with the Board and members
of the fire department, Evan
Williams, representing the
fire department, recommend-
ed the Board go with proposal
No. 1, metal construction,
which would stay within the
budget for this project.
Comm. Tankersley then
moved the Board proceed with
the suggestion of the Fire
Department and authorize the
architect draw the plans for
proposal No. l. metal con-
struction. Comm. Money sec-


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1982


FO'ETMIC UO.HL ANTE
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Wanted to Buy: Motorcycle
in good condition, reasonably
priced. CaAl 229-6154 after 6
'p.m. ltp
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. 4tp7-8




12x60' mobile home in very
good cond. $4,300.00. Also 1%
acres of land in Overstreet.
Wooded, large septic tank and
drainfield, shallow well,
acre fenced, $5,500.00.
Separate or together. Phone
229-6540. ltp'7-29

75x715' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc 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. : tfc7-15
At White City on Intercoas-
tal Waterway. 1.6 acres land.
Phone 229-6950, E. Tom Prid-
geon. 2tp7-22


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


HOUSE FOR SALE
1302 Garrison Ave. 2
bdrm., I ba., cen. h/a, kit-
chen, breakfast rm., din.
rm., Uv. rm., utility rm.
Fenced in back yard, nice
* neighborhood. Phone
227-1731. tfc7-22


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


12x56' furnished, air cond. 2
bdrm. mobile home. $100 pro-
perty damage deposit, $140
per month. Call after 5 p.m.
229-8669. ltp 7-29

Fully furnished 1 bdrm. cot-
tage with glassed in porch.
Available now. 207 Coronado
St., Port St. Joe Beach. Come
see or phone 648-8918. -Itc 7-29
SKI BREEZE
Camping, campers for rent,
day, week or month. On the
Gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee Schlickman.
Res. 229-6105.
For Rent: Two bdrm. unfur-
fnished house with den. Call
229-8754 or 648-8240. tfc 6-24
Rooms for Rent: by, day,
week, month. Air. cond., TV;
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
ReidAve. L: tfc 7-1
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.'
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.

Apartment for Rent: No
pets or children. 510 8th St.
-.: ltp7-29


The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.
. Therewill.be a.regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. Ill, F.&A.M. every'
first and third .Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
B.F. NUNNERY, W.M:
J. P.. Cooley, Sec.
The Disabled American
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will meet the first Monday!
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6-4


One used portable crib, good
cond. 229-8744. It 7-29

Baby's car seat, $15; baby
play pen, $20; baby bed $25;
one reg. size bed $100; one an-
tique bedroom set, 3-pc. $150.
Call 229-6175. 2tp 7-29
Upright freezer $250;
.gasoline tank $250. Phone
229-8616. 2tp 7-29
Heavy duty 3-axle boat'
trailer, 8" commercial chan-
nel iron, holds 10 tons and up
to 36 ft. boats. 4 new tires and 4
extra tires. Price $1,500. In-
dian Pass Beach. 229-6905.
tfc 7-29

Small upright .piano, cann-
ing jars, desk, antique rocker,
swivel boat seats, five foot
cast net. 520 3rd St., Port St.,
Joe.
3-pc. bedroom suite $165; 1
bunk bed, complete w/mat-.
ching desk $65; 1 large mirror
$25. Call 227-1398. Itp7-29


1981 Honda CT-70 Off-Road,
On-Road cycle. Less than 300
miles, like new! Call 227-1569. ,
ltp 7-29

120 gallon propane tank with
50 + gallons of gas in it, $120.
Phone 229-6540. 1tp 7-29
C 28' custom built Royal
Coachman travel trailer, self-
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'
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. tfc 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, Wewahitchka.
60 h.p. John Deere diesel
engine, good cond, $700; 42'
shrimp net, doors, tickler
chain. $150; 35' .bib net $150;
18x12 bronze wheel $125;
marine after cooler $100. Call
.648-8451.


PW ERA PARKER REALTY
-* H highway 98 & 31st Street

Own5 1Mexico Beach, Florida -
w :.648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073 (o


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' 1973 VW convertible, am-
fm, 4-spd., steel, belted
radials, 35,000 miles, mint
cond. 648-8440. 2tp7-29

75 Chevy. Silverado Super
Custom 4x4, lift it, a.t., big
tires & rims, $3,995.00. 648-
5217. 2tp 7-29


1974 Valiant, 4-dr., excel.
cond. $1150.00. Call 229-8630 or
639-5888. 2tc 7-29
1966 Volkswageri, .in good
cond. $450.00. 648-5239.
2tp 7-22T

1980 Jeep CJ5, 258 6 cyl.,
4-spd., warn locking hubs,;,.
brush guard, denim top, tilt
steering, am-fm, 12-15 mud-
ders, white spoke wheels,
24,000 miles. Call Craig
229-8114 day, 229-6302 after 6
p.m. tfc 7-22
'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.
Stfc7-15

GARAG A


Giant Yard Sale (4 families)
Thurs., Fri. & Sat. Rain or
shine. 312 lola St., Oak Grove.
Appliances, new living room
suite, clothes, utility trailer,
water fountain, plus much
more.
Two Family Yard Sale,
Thursday and Friday, 8-5.
Women and children's clothes.
Dining room table and more.
St..Joe Beach, Gulf St.
Yard Sale: 705 Long Ave.,
Saturday, 9-4, July 3L Flute,
clarinet, t.v., male cockapoo
puppy, clothes, etc. Itp
Yard Sale: Friday and-Sat. -
803 Marvin Ave., 9:30 a.m. till
.3:00 p.m. both days. Ladies'
clothes, baby walker, shoes
'and much more. Itp

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The first English Prince of
Wales later became King
Edward II. He was born in
Caernarvon, a town on the
northwestern coast of Wales.


Newspaper Carriers needed
in all parts' of Port St. Joe.
Part time income for
teenager. Call Carol at
229-6676 for more information.
tfc 7-29

The Gulf Co. Senior Citizens
Association is accepting appli-
cations for the position of Sec-
retary/Assistant Bookkeeper.
The position is part time (15
hrs./week). A high school edu-
cation and one year ex-
perience' in bookkeeping are
minimum requirements.
, Applications may be obtain-
ed at ,the Senior Citizens
Association offices at Ave. D
and Peters Sts. in Port St. Joe.
The deadline for receiving ap-
plications is August 6th.

B S. P .


I Can Help You:.
I will babysit anytime day,
night and weekends. One
dollar per hour per child. For
more information call Shelia
Moore, 229-8039. ltp 7-29

Carpet and vinyl installa-
tion, no job too big or small. I
power stretch all my .jobs.
Reasonable rates. Call Ron
Ross at 229-6769: 4tp 7-29

Mobile .Home Repair. Any
type repair. I also relevel,.cool
seal and put in pole and power,
sewer, water. Reasonable
rgtes. :Call Ron Ross at
229-6769. 4tp 7-29

Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
S. tfe 7-3
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
IMachinist on Duty All Day
Every Day

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

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


SAVE
A bookkeeper can save you
Income Tax 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.

Starting my 6th year at
same location.
116 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Phone 229-8536
WAUNETA'S
Bookkeeping Service
Wauneta Brewer PalHohman
Owner Assistant
25tp7-15


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

CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings Portraits
Phone 229,8922
tfc 4-1
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
tfc4-16

COSTIN INSURANCE
.AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc11-12


St. Joseph Bay
ConstrUctio.
Residential
commercial


~ Liw

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


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!









Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


Own your own Jean-Sports-
wear, Infant-Preteen or
Ladies Apparel Store. Offer-
ing 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 in-
ventory, airfare- for one to
Fashion center, training, fix-
tqres, grand opening promo-
tions.-Call Mr. Kostecky 1501)
327-8031. 2tp 7-29




AVON Buy or Sell
Call district manager, Claudia
Walters, Panama City,
871-5523. tfe 0-8
CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
SERVICE
Tanks Cleaned and
Portelet Service
229-8007

CARPET
STEAM CLEANING
Living Room "n" Hall
$ 299 :
Living Room, Dining Room
"n" Hall
$3995:
"Yes, we also do complete,.
Exterior Pressure Cleaning"
769-5827
Panama City, Florida
Larry Washington
"n" Son
Professional Cleaning


REEVES FURNITURE &,

REFINISHING SHOPPE
1313 Long Avenue Phone 229-6374

Call 'and Talk to Us About Get-
ting Your Furniture Refinished
to Look Like New. We Buy and
Sell Used Furniture.


FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
Gifts :.
3i9'Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964-'
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00. M.,T, Th,-F, S
9-00-12:00 Wed.
tfc 1-21
SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
tfc 4-29
Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.D.T.'
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.D.T:
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M.. E.D.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720
STANLEY WASZCZAK-
CARPENTER -
Good Work Fair Price -
Phone 648-5226 .
4tc7-8


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
tte '-9Q



ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





-Commercial Building .
-Residential Building .
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS.
227-1689

P.O. BOX 456 .
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfc 7-2
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Church Supplies.
Muslc Records Tapes
Rubber Stamps
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Gifts- Bibles
Sound Studio Recording
Service
7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES
U5 Hunter St, Oak Grove .
Port St. Joe, Fla.
227-1325












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Stop here first
for a complete
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up to six months,
andsaovesyou bout $100 yearly
in costly pest co trol services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
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carport, util. rm., barn, chain link fence.
*Nice garden, fruit' trees. Unbelievable at
$16,000. 108 6th St.


GULFVIEW FROM PORCH
MEXICO BEACH. 2 bdrm., 1 +ba. concrete
block home with screened porch overlook-
ing Gulf, concrete patio, roofless concrete
block utility rm. $35,000. 5th St.


* GULF FRONT LOTS BEACHSIDE LOTS
* TAX-SHELTER RENTALS WETAPPO CREEK LOTS
* CANAL LOTS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate Orena Miller, Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate
After hours '648-5301 Britt Pickett, Associate
Branch Office 229-8493


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
fqnce, work shop/stor. house,, im-
maculate inside and outside. $20,500.
Terms 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/ blk. from beach.:
St. Joe Beach. Also 1 bdrm. cottage
on property. Sold ,as is furnished.
$41,900.00:

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

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



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


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1982


Participate


In Camp
Students from Port St. Joe High School
attended the annual Troy State University
Band Camp and Band Directors Clinic
held on the .TSU main campus July 11-16.
Shown here with Dr. John M. Long,
Director of TSU Bands (right) are: (front
row) Jim Brown. Melissa Wood, Stacy
Creel, Connie Dixon and Eckley Sander;
(second row) Alyson Guilford, Brandy
Wood, Hope Lane, Cynthia Miller. Tim
Ard, Kim Dupree, Dona Jones, LeAnn
Clenney and Lynn Stephens.


Future Citizens of Gulf County, Florida I
*; '. J 1 4. -- I '* 4 i" 4. J '. i '. r *' 1 4 I'


Donna 1, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Thomas, 1606
Garrison Ave.


Hope 8, Heath 6, and Daniel
5, children of Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde L. Gentry.


Stephanie Owens, 19 mon-
ths, daughter of Steven and
Teena Owens, 1910 Cypress.


Steven, 4, David, 2 and
Michael, 9 mos., children of
Paul and Merrie Carpenter,
2101 Juniper Ave.


First

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



HIGHLAND VIEW

METHODIST CHURCH
Corner 4th & Parker Ave.
-.Invites You to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .. .. 10:00 A M.
MORNING WORSHIP ... .... 11-00A.M.
EVENINGWORSHIP .. .... 600 PM
WEDNESDAY ... 7:30 Prayer Meetings
Nursery Provided




"Cool It with

George"


Air Conditioning

and Refrigeration

RESIDENTIAL AND .


INSTALLATibN
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

Now Adding

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


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


Jamie, 4, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Besore, 108
Hunter Circle.


Anthony, 3, and Adam, 10
months, children of Phillip
and Sandra Dykes, 108 Duval.
ft *


Janah, 11 months, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Rex
Strickland, Port St. Joe.


Shannon 8, and Michael, 5,
children of Mr. and Mrs. Dur-
wood A. Smith, 901 Long Ave..


Anna, 4, daughter of Larry
'and Debbie Gay, 409 Madison
Street, Port St. Joe.


Chrissy, 4, daughter of Ran-
rison Avenue.


Register forStyx River Field Trip


With the registration dead-
line near, a very few spaces
remain available for the Au-
gust 12 Styx River field trip
from Wewahitchka. Formally
limited to Wewa residents
only, registration has been
extended to -include others
living within Gulf County to


Minutes ...


(Continued from Page 10)
Comm. Money requested
the Board' write Hospice of
Northwest Florida for infor-
mation concerning their
operations.
Comm. Money told the
Board he had received re-
quests from several people
including a lot of people from
Georgia and Alabama, re-
questing that Gulf County be
on one time zone, the central
time zone. After discussion,
Comm. Money moved the
Board have a straw ballot
question on the 'September
ballot as to whether the voters
of Gulf County would like to
have the whole of Gulf County
on central time. Comm. Tan-
kersley seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously
with Comm. Birmingham
stating that since the delega-
tion from the south end of the
county wants the question on
the ballot he would support it.
Comm. Tankersley said that
at a previous meeting the Tax
Collector had requested the
Board consider eliminating
the occupational license tax in
Gulf County. After discussion,
Comm. Tankersley moved the
Board repeal the occupational
license tax in the unincor-
porated areas of the county.
Comm. Money seconded the
motion and it passed on a 3-2
vote, with Comm. Tankersley,
Money .and Birmingham vot-
ing aye. 'Comm. Birmingham
voted aye, stating he was
doing so at the request of the
tax collector; Comm. Branch
stated he voted no as he felt
the occupational license could
be used to regulate undesir-
able outside businesses.
Chairman Gortman stated he
voted no as he felt the tax
could be collected from the
persons who have refused to
pay the tax collector.
Comm. Tankersley left the
meeting at this point.
Chairman Gortman appoint-
ed Comm. Branch, Comm.
Money, and himself to the
Property Appraisal Adjust-
ment Board.
The Board agreed to hold
preliminary budget hearings


insure a full complement of boasts a number of water-
passengers. sports attractions.
The fee for the trip is $8.00, Anyone wanting to attend
which includes all admission must contact either Margaret
and transportation costs. .The McMillion or Rodney Herring
bus will depart on Thursday at Wewa's city hall within the
morning and return later that next few days. Nearly all of
same evening, the bus seats have been filled,
Styx River Water World and no registrants will be
allowed after August 3.


from July 12 through July 20th
upon scheduling by the Clerk.
Comm. Gortman presented
the Clerk with a list of names
to be filed from which two or
three will be selected at a later
date to serve on a committee
to study the subdivision regu-
lations.
The Attorney informed the
Board he had filed a petition
for formal hearing concerning
the demand from the Depart-
ment of Health and Rehabili-
tative Services for medicaid
payments. The Board agreed
to this action.
The Board agreed to have
the chairman approve for,.
audit. purposes all invoices
submitted by the attorney.
The Clerk was instructed to.
pay these invoices upon ap-
proval by signature- of the
chairman.,
Comm. Birmingham moved
the Board approve a budget
amendment as requested by
Sheriff Ken Murphy. Comm.
Money seconded the motion.
Comm. Branch asked if this
salary increase was for all
employees or one employee
The Clerk replied that he had
received this request by letter
from' the- Sheriff, had not
discussed this matter with
him, and could not answer
that question. The motion then
passed unanimously.
Upon. motion by Comm.
Branch, second by Comm;
Money, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved 'the in-
voice of the state association
for county commission in the
-amount of $75.00 for manual
supplement no. 9..
.Upon motion by Comm.
Branch, second by Comm.
Birmihgham, and unand unaious
vote, the Board approved the
invoice for the Gulf County
Chamber of Commerce in the
amount of $182.11.
The Board authorized Doug-
las Kent to make an applica-
tion under the Save Our Coasts
program for the purchase of a
tract of land known as the
Dozier property in the St. Joe
Beaches area.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


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ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY


9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 P. O. Bx 1332
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTATE SALES BEACH RENTALS


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REALTOR


648-5011 Sales
648-8220 Rentals


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* Brick
* 3 bdrm.
* 11/2 ba.


616 Marvin Avenue
Cen. h&a
Screen bk porch
$45,000 1 V2 lots


2105 Palm Blvd.
* Brick 5 yrs. old
* 3 bdrm, 2 ba. Extra special
.* Great insulation $69,500
* Fireplace


107Yaupon
* 3 bdrm., 2.ba. Newly painted
* 1 car garage New rpof -
* Heat pump $50,000


105 Monica Dr., Ward Ridge
Brick ,*Must see to ap-
3: bdrm., 2 ba. preciate '
Cen. air & heat Fenced yard
Shallow well' $46,000

SUNSHINE FARMS

5-Acre Tracts
ONLY 2OO Down
OVERSTREET
Only 4 Left


* 2 bdrm.
* 1 ba.
* $29,000


1306 Long Avenue
Close to school
fireplace


.ou monument Ave.
* 3 bdrm., 1 V./ ba. Central air
* Den Newly painted
* Gas heat $43,000


1912 Juniper
Brick Best of neighbor.
3 bdrm., 1'/2 ba.- hoods
Good assumable 2 porches
mortgage $39,900


M MEXICO BEACH
Duplex. 7th St. Reduced from $48,000 to
only $33,900. Nearly new. 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
each side. Will go quickly. Call today.



PORT ST. JOE
Long Avenue duplex, $42,500. Only
$5,000 down. at 12%. Good rental invest-
ment.


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