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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: August 5, 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 49


THE STAR

Industry-Deep Water Port- Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY. AUGUST 5, 1982


20* Per CODV


Saturday Last Day to Register


Saturday will be the last day for
potential voters to register before the
, :September primaries, according :to
Supervisor of Elections, Cora Sue
Robinson.
Mrs. Robinson told The Star
Tuesday, the voter registration dead-
line will be Saturday at 5:00 p.m. She
S said her office will be open in the
Courthouse all day Saturday to register
S voters right up to the last minute the
law allows registration prior to an
election.
VOTERS DECLINE
The number of voters has declined
since the last election, two years ago,
according to Mrs. Robinson. She said
Gulf County. now has a total of 6,470
registered voters, including 180 Repub-
licans. Most of the reduction in number
of electors on the rolls is due to a purge
of the voter rolls the first of this year; a
practice required by law periodically.
S"This was our year to do it, and it
caused us to lose over 900 of our
registered voters", Mrs. Robinson said.
Most of those voters purged from


the rolls have either moved out of the
county or died. The method of purging
has Mrs; Robinson mailing a voter a
card if they have not cast a ballot in the
last tioelections.If the voter wished to
remain on the county list, he or she
merely signed the card and sent it back.
If they do not wish to maintain their
registration or have since died or
moved, they cannot send the card back
and their . name is automatically
removed.
"We had 7,001 registered electors in
the last election before the purging",
Mrs. Robinson said. After the 900 were
cut off, several have re-registered, but
not so many as were on the list at the
beginning.
SPECIAL EMPHASIS
For the remainder of this week,
Mrs. Robinson's office will be making a
special effort to get people registered
before the deadline falls Saturday
afternoon.
In order to accomplish this, the
Elections Supervisor will have clerks
from her office out in the field today,
tomorrow and in her office Saturday for


a registration campaign.
Today,. or rather this evening, a
special registration emphasis will be
conducted at Beacon Hill, with the
Election's' Supervisor representative
stationed in Scheffer's Grocery to
register prospective voters. The special
registration campaign will be under
way from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., EDT, this
.evening.
Friday, a similar campaign will be
conducted at Indian Pass Beach, with
the books located at Indian Pass Beach
Grocery from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, the books will be in the
Supervisor's office from 9:00 a.m.. to
5:00 p.m. to take care of any last minute
registrations.
Mrs. Robinson said the special
: hours and emphasis is being conducted
to serve those people who find it
inconvenient or impossible to get by her
office during the regular hours.
After the Saturday afternoon dead-
line, registration will be open for the
November general election registration
only. These books will close on October
2 until after the general elections.


Supervisor of Elections, Cora Sue Robinson, right, signs
up another voter in her office in preparation for the


Lower Flood Insurance Premium Still A


Mayor Frank Pate and City amounts of the insurance will
Clerk Alden Farris reported to be available at a cheaper rate
the City Commission Tuesday than now.
night that a permanent flood When the flood insurance
insurance, program for Port first became available in the
St. Joe was still some 11 temporary\ basis, the rates
" months away. "Right now, we were 25 cent per $1,000 of
are in the three month appeal coy.prage.SW.e_ that imn,.the.
a , whdre can- o f - rate has jumped to 40 cents
any phase of the plan if we find per $1,000 with a limit of
it necessary to do so", Mayor $35,000 per dwelling.
Pate told the Commission. With the new, permanent
Representatives from the plan,-the rates will be consid-
Federal Emergency Manage- ,erably less and the coverage
ment Agency and map engin- amount will be increased to
eers, Gee and Jenson were in $135,000 for a dwelling and
Port St. Joe a few days ago to $185,000 for a commercial
meet with the City and the
county officials to lay the * *
ground-work for the perman-
ent flood insurance program. $2 Million Worth
For the past few years, Gulf
County property owners have
had the flood insurance avail-
able in limited amounts in a C
temporary program.y
After the permanent plan The City Commission issued
has been approved, some 11 a call for bids this week on
months from now, larger approximately $2 million


building.
The two main changes un-
der the permanent plan will be
the building requirements and
the premium rates and the
amount which can be pur-
chased.
All buildings financed
through federally insured fi-
nancial institutions must
carry the flood insurance.
Actually, all buildings will be
required to carry the covera-
age, whether the owner wants
it or not. The law will make it
illegal to issue a building


lling for
worth of repairs and renova
tions to the Wastewater Treat
ment Plant.


permit without the insurance
coverage and an elevation
profile of the property to built
on.
Port St. Joe will not be
unduly affected by require-
ments, other than the requie-
. ment for.the insurance. covet-
age. In Port St. joe, buildings
within a block of the shore of
St. Joseph Bay must be on
pilings which would make the
floor of the building at least 10
feet above sea level. This does
not mean fill can be placed
under the building. It must be
on piling, to allow wave action
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Bids
- The call for bids asked for.
- quotations on dredging sludge
from the 70-acre holding pond
and for doing stabilization
work to the dike around the
lagoon, as well as constructing
measuring devices and doing
other renovations and repairs
throughout the plant.
Most of the work has been
required by the Department of
Environmental Regulation in
an attempt to meet effluent
requirements set out by the
DER for the treatment plant.
Bidders will have until
September 16 to get their
offers in.
Iin another project which is
included in the plant im-
-provement program, the City
received bids Tuesday night to
replace the main underground
power service from the main
treatment plant to the "Pri--
mary" entrance station, to the
west of Highway 98 at the
Apalachicola Northern Rail-
road overpass. The bids re-
ceived Tuesday ranged from
$124,992.52 to $170,000:00.
The bids were.turned over to
a cost committee of -the
Treatment plant, for study and
evaluation before any final
decision is made concerning
:the project.
DRAINAGE
' Heavy rains in the area
during the past three weeks
have caused water problems
throughout the city. With no
place to go in this flat area of
Florida, the water ponds,
floods and breeds mosquitoes
when the heavy rains come.
The past three weeks were no
exception.
L. Patton told the Board the
water problems had been
considerable in the north
section of town during this
rainy season.
Patton said he understood
the heavy rains caused prob-
lems which would be hard to
solve. He just asked for the
Board to address the problem
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to go under the building in the less, depending on the lay of
case of storms. the land. For instance, in the
In other locations in the hospital area, buildings must
City, the requirements are be at least seven to nine feet


TwoWeeksof Sun

Before County Schools Start


Counting in weeks, there are
only slightly more than two
left before schools will begin
operating again, ending the


summer vacation. As a matter
of fact, teachers have only 12
days left before they have to
report to work on Tuesday,


Officer Pushes Drive




toSig Up Voters
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which will shuttle the coal to different locations on the site -
T/ rfr G ing after it has been unloaded from barges. The coal will be
W ater r ont G rowingM re-loaded on railroad cars and shipped to Palatka for use in a
power generating plant operated by Seminole Electric
The waterfront at Material Transfer, Incorporated, is Company to furnish power for a group of rural electric
beginning to look a little bit busy as the huge cranes are set cooperatives. The unloading site is being constructed on the
into place which will unload large barges of coal beginning in banks of the Gulf County Canal between the City's
October. In the foreground, two cranes can be seen under Wastewater Treatment Plant and Basic Refractories, Inc.
construction. In the background is a network of conveyors -Star photo


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15.7 Inches of



RainIn uly
S It HAS been a wet July. You weren't dreaming.
Even so, the rains for July didn't set any kind of a
record. It just provided a little more moisture than last
year, when this area was hurting for rain.
Almost all of the precipitation came in the last two
weeks of the month, but our official unofficial weather
* person, Emily Simmons, says we had a total of 15.7
Inches of the wet stuff in July. In the same month last
year, which was the beginning of a long drought, the
Port St. Joe area had 9.2 inches.
S This July was wet, but Port St. Joe has been wetter
in July. Back a few years ago, for instance, in 1975, the
rain gauge in Mrs. Simmons' back yard recorded 20.6
Inches of rain. Taking the week ends off, that's an inch
for each working day of the month.
The last half of July, 1982, it was wet: the month of
July 1975, it was wetter and July 1981 was a little drier.
Take your pick at to which suited you best.


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Heavy rains provided a soft muddy plunged off the approach of the White City
landing for this tractor trailer .rig which bridge last Thursday.


Didn'tSpill A Drop!

The driver of this soft drink thick put vehicle skidded on the bridge approach,
it into the ditch at White City last week to diving off the embankment to the ground
avoid hitting a truck it was following and below, where it buried up in the mud. In
he didn't spill a drop in the process. the process, the truck took down four
James Cox of Hartford, Alabama was concrete posts on the side of the bridge
following another truck north on Highway approach, doing some $2,000 damage to the
71 last Thursday afternoon, when the truck front and bottom of the tractor.
in front slowed suddenly on the White City It took a tractor from the Florida
bridge, to turn in at the store at the north Forestry Service to pull the truck back
end of the bridge. onto the- road again.
The pavement was wet from heavy Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Bill:
rain and as Cox slowed- suddenly and Godwin charged Cox with careless driving
swerved to miss the truck in front, his in the accident.
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above sea leveL hasn't been digested as yet.
As usual, the insurance That's the purpose of the three
requirements are spelled out month period allowed for
in a thick book, all of which objections.


rmer Vacation ,

Again for A New Fall Term
August 17. Classes for stu- the Board offered a salary
dents will start on August 23. increase of $1,758 per year.
The students will take Labor The teacher group had origin-
Day off, two weeks later, and ally asked for a salary in-
then begin the long haul to crease of 17 percent, which
Thanksgiving. would have been more than
Some children will find it the latest School Board offer. \
difficult getting into class this While the negotiations are .
fall, according to Superinten- dragging on dangerously close
dent of Schools, B. Walter to the beginning of school, the
Wilder. The State of Florida opinion seems to be that the-
requires all students have two sides are getting near to "
proof of certain immuniza- an agreement. There seems to
tions, "and if they don't have be an attitude that agreement
them, we have no choice but to will be reached before school
deny them access to the starts.
classroom", Wilder pointed AGREEMENTS
out. e the agreements with
The full burden for obtain- While the agements with
The ue n o teachers over salaries is still
ingthe parent or is upon up in the air, the Board liei
e rent ar d. reached some agreements
NO CONTRACT. which are important to the -
With the beginning of school school operation. The Board
less than three weeks away, has come to an accord with the -
the School Board still does not Bay County School Board for
have a wage contract with the handling the educational
Gulf County Classroom bITea- needs of Gulf's handicapped
hers, the bargaining agent students. Gulf County does not











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for the instructional staff in have enough handicapped si-'.-
Gulf Colunty. dents to run special classes. o .-
The teacher group received special arrangements have-
a rnsed offer from the School been made with Bay County, to.
Boad d last Wednesday, when (Continued On Page 3 .'








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and Opinions


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Remember

EVERY TIME IT WOULD start to
i.th for the second or third time during
tie:day all last week, I would have to
ftace myself to remember back last
W. when we couldn't buy a drop of
it#fall about this time of the year.
'i::f memory serves me correctly,
rim water was so scarce last year the
ri.r was only running three days a
-.:Along about September or October,
tha frequency got down to only two
dqy5 a week and only during the
daDlight hours at that.
�-: .Things were tight last year. Even
tf* Everglades started drying up and
tl~ wildlife people began to wonder how
the:fauna would last through such a
pa~cled situation when they were
a~cistomed to the marsh-like atmos-
pigr~i of the Everglades.
.::This year, they are killing off the
wildlifee for the same reason they were
Ijsyear - no food. The only difference
iihat this year, the no food situation is
caused from too much water as opposed
tolot enough, like last year.
VEN HERE IN Gulf County, we
- EVEN HERE IN Gulf County, we


Journal, that is just what is going on
this week. The U.S. treasury has
went to the bond market with $6
billion in three-ybar notes and $5
billion in 94 year notes.


Nobody Wants to



Host P.LO
seeking a solution to the world adequate clothing for their children,
m of what to do with the nor have enough to feed a hungry
ine Liberation Army and baby. It makes tears come to our
in Lebanon, we have been eyes and our throat choke up when
g our breath for fear someone we see and hear of those things.
me up with the solution to all
problems in the world today: But there is nothing we can do
them to the United States. about it. We can't cure all the ills of
the world. We cannot even house the
at seems to be the logical have-nots of the world. We can't
n to all the misfits of the world even house our own have-nots in the
even house our own have-nots in the
ent history. The good old style to which they would like to"
States will spring for a free com accustomed
a bed, a roof over their head b e a.
defense of their so-called We have always been a nation
;" while they are here. If the which was willing to give the
people don't happen to receive have-nots a chance to make their
Lard of living at least as good own way. We wouldn't stand in their
average here in the United way nor attempt to keep them from
there are groups which will progressing. Since we have deviated
at for them just as they have from that philosophy to one of
rom Vietnam, Haiti, Cuba and providing the wants of others, we
'hey have come by the -have been in serious trouble.
ads and we have guaranteed When wesee whatdifficulties
in adequate sustenance and the PLO are having in trying to find
I in fear while they demanded someplace to go, it makes ,us
lore. appreciate even more the big heart
derstand, we feel mightily for of America and marvel even more at
)ressed and the depressed of its soft-heartedness for trying to
rid. It grieves us that there spoon-feed a great portion of the.
se who go to bed hungry, have world's poor and downtrodden. It's a
Sto go to, have no home to noble gesture, but even big old Uncle
their families, have no Sam can't accomplish that miracle.



government s Borrowing


Can you imagine the strain such
a borrowing package is placing on Give Rotary
the money supply of the world?. ,,
SIt's ,onsiaerable. h;: :' -::lrt . I ort alks


According to the article, the
dollar is surging in value against
other currencies, adding to the
money woes of other nations in the
world. The move is driving the price
of gold down - as much as $12.50 an
ounce in one day - and threatening
to push interest rates to their highest
mark in years.
All so we can continue to keep up
with the Jones of the world. In our
case, we think the idea is to be the
Jonses and set the pace.
Here we have Uncle :Sam
catching the cold of not enough cash
in his bank account. When he
,attempts to replenish the account,
the rest of the world catches
pneumonia.
Is it any wonder the United'
States has a hard time convincing
the rest of the world what wonderful
people we are?


Three recently inducted
members of the Port St. Joe
Rotary: Club were asked to
give. a short resume of their
past and accomplishments for
other members of the club last
Thursday. Speaking in short
presentations of their past
were Rand Wortman, Charles
J. Stevens and Jim McNeill,
III.
Wortman, administrator of
Gulf Pines Hosiptal, was born
.in Bellfountain, Ohio and
moved often during his young
life due to the type work his
father was in. After getting a
degree: in hospital adminis-
tration from the University of
Miami Hospital, he moved to':
Panama City in March of 1979,
and became assistant admin-
istrator of Bay Memorial.
Three years later, he joined
the Baptist organization out of
Jacksonville and was moved
from Panama City to Port St.
Joe for his first assignment
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have had enough' rain to last for a .coming up with ways to conserve
period. A sufficiency is a sufficiency water.
and we have had a sufficiency. + + +
They say we have had a 22 year AFTER NEARLY TWO straight
record in rainfall for this time of the weeks of rain and threatening rain, I





ETAOI-SiRDLU

SBy: Wesley R. R
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year. I believe it. At least I believe we
have had enough to break the last
remaining problem spots from last
year's drought situation.
It was ironic to watch the news on
TV the other night, with the rain just
pelting down outside and the back yard
running over with standing puddles.
The TV news was reporting on the
problems the Northwest Florida Water
Management committee was having in


feel as water-logged as a dead-head log.
The front door is mildewed, the back
door is mildewed and my extra pair of
sox is mildewed.
Everything is mildewed and likely
to stay that way if the weather doesn't
break.
One thing which is rapidly getting
out of hand by these incessant rains is
the grass in my yard.
Just before the rains started, it


certain about the murders.
This lends some truth to the
unproven theory that there
was once (and maybe still


Needed cutting. The mower wouldn't
start, so I took it to a repairman to get it
fixed. Before the mower was fixed, the
rains started.
You can imagine what my yard


are) vampires. I carry a five
inch cross and stake and
hammer under the front seat
of my car--old Boy Scout


training.
This brings me to the real.
point I want to make. The
* moon and women! The moon'
controls women and their
actions. The facts I'm about to
give are proven by me and can
be attested to by most men.
The moon completely controls
women.
My wife is a sweet, loveable,
kind human being. There are
times, however, during the
month when she becomes a
changed person. Her eyes
narrow, her mouth takes a


farm;
It's a jungle out there and it's going
to take an adventuresome soul to
vault out on that first cutting all by
himself after the weather dries out.
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,I HAVEN'T SEEN "Bubba", the
Labrador, for several days now, but I
feel sure he is out there somewhere. His
feed keeps disappearing from his dish
and every once in a while, we'll trip
over a new hole dug in the yard.
"Bubba" is about to quit digging
holes since the rains started.' The holes
fill up and he nearly drowned the other
day before he realized what was
happening.
"Bubba" is smart that way.
We have four new kittens at our
house - all boys this time. Our outside
cat became with cats before we could
grab her up after the last litter and
have her kitten factory plugged up.
The kittens are out inthe utility room
and the momma cat has made the
utility room and the carport off limits to
dogs. She has a way of letting the dogs
know where the boundaries are for her


downturn and I can visualize
two upturned fangs protrud-
ing. Her walk becomes slight-
ly bent and forward (toward
me) hi an animal-like man-
ner- a stalking gait. Her
speech becomes a slur- more
of a low growl and her
fingernails actually seem to
be longer. I know the moon
causes this. Everytime this
has happened, I have fled in
terror and have noticed the
moon. It has never been at any
particular stage, but it has
always been there.


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We're "stumped"for words to describe beauty of this old work of nature.



Mre USDA Free Cheese Made Available
Gulf County, in cooperation toda, August 5, 8:00 AM to income for eligibility such as, less; 4, $704.16 or less; 5,
with the Florida Green 2:00 PM, at the Old Washing- Social Security, W-2 forms, $819.16 or less; and 6, $934.16
Thumb, is again distributing ton High School Recreational Iwelfare letter, etc. Income or less.
free USDA Donated American Area, and the Wewahitchka guidelines are as follows: The County extends its
Process Cheese. This will be Community Center. Family size," 1, Monthly appreciation to the Florida
the first distribution for the All new applicants will be income of $359.16 or less; 2, Green Thumb and its volun-
month of August. It will be required to show proof of $474.16 or less; 3, $589.16 or teers for their services.


Ramsey.


looks like now. If it ever clears up, the
first thing I am going to have to do is cut
the grass.
I'm afraid to go outside, now. I
might get lost in the underbrush
between the house and the garbage can
out back. Then, there's the danger that
one of Florida's official animals, the
Leopard, might be lurking behind the
Mimosa tree, in the depths of the
grasses and what is left of my tomato


and her latest litter.
"Bubba", the big lumbering lum-
mox, gets caught on the carport
occasionally and the momma cat will
light into him. "Bubba" has come up
with the perfect defense. He doesn't
want to go out into the rain, so he just
rolls over on his back, covers up his
face with his front paws and sticks his
rear feet straight up into the air and
howls while the cat gets on his stomach
and uses his claws to tattoo "Bubba's"
middle.


When the cat thinks "Bubba" is
chastised enough, she scoots back to
her charges in the box while "Bubba"
finds himself a cool spot to lie down in
and ease his' burning stomach, in a
corner of the carport as far as possible
from the place of honor - the
cardboard box in which the four furry
kittens recline with their feisty
momma.
Rainy weather makes some
strange bed fellows. The cat and dog
live in the same vicinity, but the cat has
to restrict the territory to the dog's
understanding once in a while.


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.


August 5
*August 6
August 7
August 8
August 9
August 10
August 11
August 12


High Ht. Low Ht.
1230 1.7 2256 .2
1309 1.7 2321 .3
1345 1.5 2335 .4
1424 1.4 2331 .6
1506 1.2 2246 .7
625 1.0 2054 .8
555 1.2 1551 .6
613 1.5 1646 .3


A MAN'S WORLD


SThe Moon and Me


* ll.lI BY SHAD PHANTRY


"I see the moon, the moon
sees me. God Bless the moon
Sand God bless me." I'm fairly.
certain I didn't author that
two liner, but it is a catchy
little poem, isn't it?
The moon was full last night
and I couldn't help but stare in
wonderment. While observing
the beauty it lent, I reflected
on the many facets of our lives
'the moon touches and, yes,
even controls. You say you
don't believe the moon con-
trols our lives. Well, neither do
I, but there are those who do,
and there are many of them.
Farmers, as a general rule,
will not plant their crops if the
moon isn't right. By right,
they mean full. So they plant
on the first full moon after the
last day of winter, but before
the first hard rain, but after
the last frost. They also watch
:the ground hog. He is com-
manded by the moonn some
way.
Everyone knows that the
tides are regulated by the
moon. Fishermen are notori-
ously superstitious and most
will tell you that if the moon
isn't right, the bream will not
be bedding. If they' are not
bedding, they won't be biting.
Doggone fish shouldn't eat in
bed.
Statistics show that men's
moods vary with the change in
the moon. Cocky pock, you
say. Read on. Did you know
that more murders and rapes
are committed during the full
moon than at other stages?
Well, don't quote me on the
rape part, but I am fairly


Members


uld it astonish you to know
ur government is borrowing
ion this week?
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lording


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ite program on television in his
,house.
" We know the feeling. The
Braves and their games have
-eplaced the weather, fish
biting, golf, girls, and the size of
z-he fall mullet run as THE topic
'6f conversation here in the
-Panhandle. Every night, the TV
-sets hum with "Dale did it
againn!, "The Hub made a
dazzling play", "Raffi dug that
Apne right out of the dirt",
:iChris belted that one through
.the hole for a hit".

With some trepidation we
::await the Shark football season,
wondering if "First down!" can
:overcome "It's a hit!"
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PAGE THREE


In Gulf Canal


'School
(Continued From Pagi
furnish this service.
The Board has also al
to complete an adult s
center, which is located <
south side of the High S
complex at Long Avenuf
Niles Road. The new
suite will. replace the s
Snowbeing used in the Ce
Snial Building forthis pmu
State inspectors requireC
certain things be done
Centennial Building c
rooms if they. were 1
continued in that use.
School Board elected to :
certain former temp
classroom . buildings .b
the High School and c
them for the adult class
OTHER ITEMS.
In other items of busi
theBoardwitnessed a de
station by Bay County's
sniffing dog with the thi
of considering in the fi
whether they wished to
tract, rent, buy or emp]
drug sniffing dog in the fu
'.The Bay County program
* ..been successful in combat
Drugs in the schools of
county, according to
school officials.
- The Board also express
concern for the conti
procrastination of Kol
Construction Company fo
completing the several s
items on the new Wewat
ka Elementary School.
Board decided that if
items were not completed
short time, they would ca
Kolmetz's bonding firn
finish the job.


SFlood
(Continued From Page
and see if there wasn't s
S solution which could at
ease the inconvenience o
people when the heavy I
came.
SPatton pointed especial
i a problem on Avenue B, w
S his mother lived and (
problems around the nort
end of the area, where the
S was mostly reclaimed sw
and low places.
'Cleveland Bailey echoe
intensity of th�-problem a
S north end of the area, sa
the water drained from o
areas of the section to
northern limits and cat
flooding in this area.
Patton said he knew
problem had existed for ye
all over town, and askec
the attention of the Comn
sion to the matter to try
remedy it "before another
years".
Mayor Pate answered
the City had an engine
study on how to ease
drainage problems of the
but that the remedy was
expensive and the City.
able to do only a little b
the project each year.
asked for a grant to final
the program you men
talking about, but we
turned down."
Regardless, the Comi
sion said they would stay
top of the project and givi
much relief in the area as I
could, In the meantime, C
Farris was asked to con
Apalachee Planning Cou
S aid ask them to make anot
application for a grant
finance a drainage progr
:for this area.


.'Talks

(Continued From Page
with Baptist Medical Cenl
Charles Stephens was boi
Cajun and has never chan|
He was born in the Louisi
Cajun .country and move
, Port St. Joe with his parent
1937. He graduated from I
St. Joe High School, serve
i . -theU.S. Navy in World Wai
i .came back to Port St. Joe
went to work with Floi
Bank at Port St. Joe in 1
He married the former Pe
'Stevens in 1950 and beca
h manager of Citizens Fed
Savings and Loan Associa
in 1960. He has held ,
position ever since.
Jim McNeill, III was rai
in Indian Pass, attended I


St. Joe Schools and is presi
lyin theseafood'business '
his father. He says he enjo
the Boy Scouts, the high sc
band and high school tr
when he was growing up..
recently he was named a c
i missioner of the Lake Sa
District, Boy Scouts of An
ica. .
Guests of the club '
Judge Larry Bodiford and
Garfield, both of Pana
City.,


Four bicycles were recover-
ed from the Gulf County Canal
on Wednesday afternoon of


Charged


With


Theft
Billy Everett, age 25, of
Wewahitchka, was arrested
on Monday of this week and
charged with burglary.
According to Sheriff Ken
Murphy,; Everett was found
coming out of a 'residenice'in
Wewahitchka on Harden Cir-
cle by Deputy Bobby Bagby,
who had been called earlier
and- advised there was a
burglary: in progress at the
home.
Deputy Bobby Baghy con-
Sfronted Everett as he was
coming from the home. Bagby
soon ascertained that Everett
was not the owner of the home
and that he had allegedly used
a screwdriver to gain en-
trance into the residence.
Everett is currently being
held prisoner in the Gulf
County Jail. Bond has been set
at $1,500. He is also being held
on warrants from Orange
County.


amp
Dr. William F. Lanier
d the,
ying Speaker
3ther
the At M.B.
used

the Methodist
ears,
I for "In our country, we don't
mis- have any room for losers,"
and said Dr. William Forrest
er 30 Lanier, who will preach at
First United Methodist
that Church Sunday at 9 a.m.
-ring His sermon will explore,
the "The Difficulty of Taking
city, Jesus Seriously."
very Dr. Lanier explained that
was the national concern for the
it of "success syndrome" is "As
"We diametrically opposed to the
dance teachings of Jesus as east is to
are west."
were Because most people have
"the mania to be number one"
and the idea that "you've got
mis- to be a winner," they have
Son strayed from the ideals of
e as Jesus Christ, Dr. Lanier said.
they Dr. Lanier is currently
lerk assistant to the president of
tact Shorter College in Rome, Ga.
ncil He served two terms on the
her Executive Committee of the
to Georgia Baptist Convention
'am 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 the past 11 years, he has
2) spent his summer vacations
ter. as a part of Operation Touch,
rn a ministering to people in Hon-
ged. duras, St. Vincent, Granada,
ana Guatemala, and other coun-
d to tries.
s in From 1952 through 1968, he
Port was a frequent summer visi-
d in tor to Mexico Beach. "I'm
r II, really looking forward to
and spending a week back in
rida Mexico Beach again," said
948. Dr.. Lanier.
ggy The public is invited to hear
mie Dr. Lanier's sermon this
eral Sunday.
tion
that Bible School

ed At Beach Baptist
Port
ent-, . Beach Baptist Chapel will
with be having Vacation Bible
yed School next week, August 9-13.
hool It will be held each morning
ack from 9:00-12:00 a.m., for pre-
Just school-children. Youth classes
om- will begin at 7:00 PM. each
nds evening. Adult classes will be
ner- held during both morning and
evening sessions .
vere Children will enjoy games,
Dr. music, Bible study, and re-
ima freshrents each day. If you
need a ride, call 648-5026.


last week, after a parent acted
on a tip and located the
vehicles, which had been
reported stolen to the Gulf
County Sheriff's Department,
according to Sheriff Ken Mur-
phy.
Four bicycles were recover-
ed from the Gulf County
Canal, resulting in the arrest
of two juveniles, one aged 16
and the other aged 17. Both
were residents of Highland
View.
Larry Peters of Highland
View received information
that his daughter's bicycle,
which had been stolen earlier,
was in the Gulf County Canal.
Peters rigged a hook on the
end of a rope and started to
drag for the bicycle.
His daughter's bike and
three others were found in the
dragging operation.
Deputy Arnold Tolliver and
investigator Charlie Hill were
notified and went to the scene.
After the investigation, the
two juveniles were arrested on
July 29 and turned over to
division of youth services.

Film On What
Wives Wish
Film 6, "What Wives Wish
Their Husbands Knew About
Women- The Lonely House-
wife", will be shown at Beach
Baptist Chapel on Tuesday,
August 10, at 7:30 EDT.
The film, part of a series
entitled, "Focus on the
Family", is presented by
James C. Dobson, PH.D., one
of America's leading authori-
ties on the family.
Everyone is cordially in-
vited to view this important
message.


OBITUARIES:


Mrs. Bernice H. Ake Passed Away

July 31 In Panama City Hospital


Mrs Bernice H. Ake, 47,
passed away Saturday morn-
ing, July 31, in a Panama City
hospital. She was a resident of
Wewahitchka for the past nine
years. She attended Honey-
ville Methodist Church.
Survivors include: her hus-
band, Floyd Ake, of Wewa-
hitchka; five sons, Dennis
Ake, Lyle Ake, Clifford Ake,
Timothy Ake, and Gerald Ake,
all of Wewahitchka; six
grandchildren; her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Hardy,
Panama City; two brothers,
Charles Hardy, Panama City
and Larry Hardy, California;
four sisters, Katie Sue Smith,
Patricia -Bundy, and Cathy
Pledger, all of Panama City,
and Jean Bridges, Houma, La.
Funeral services were held
at 2:00 PM CDT Monday at the
Honeyville Methodist Church,
conducted by the Rev. Nor-
man Hodges, and the Rev.


Fred Melvin. Interment fol-
lowed in the family plot, Jehu
Cemetery.


All services were under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home, Wewahitchka


Otis E. Armstrong, 54, of
Wewahitchka, passed away
Saturday afternoon in a Pana-
ma City Hospital after a long
illness. Mr. Armstrong was an
engineering technician at Eg-
lin Air Force Base before
health problems forced his
early retirement.
He is survived by his wife,
Jean; a son, Richard, both of
Wewahitchka; a step-daugh-
ter, Vickilynn DiFatta of Fort
Lauderdale; a step-son Char-
les DiFatta of Wewahitchka
and John DiFatta of Tampa;
his mother, Mrs. Etilia Thom-


as of Hernando and three
brothers, Ralph Lovett of
Georgia, Clarence Elmore
and Leo Franklin, both of
Hernando.
Funeral services'were held
Monday at 2:00 p.m.. CST at
the First United Methodist
Church of Wewahitchka with
Fr. Richard Dawson and
Reverend Richard Holmes
officiating. Burial- was in the
Jehu Celetery of Wewahitch-
ka.
All services were under the
direction of Gilmore Funeral
Home, Wewa Branch Chapel.


O. E. Armstrong Dies

After Long Illness


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James C. Dobson, Ph.D.
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Cynthia Elaine Haddock,


John Brady Roney Wed


Cynthia Elaine Haddock
and John Brady Roney were
united in marriage June 25,
1982 at the Oak Grove As-
sembly of God Church in Port
St. Joe. The double ring
ceremony was performed by
%ev. David Fernandez.
":The bride's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. James C. Haddock of
Port St. Joe. The grand-
l&arents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack
E Haddock of Wausau.
: The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Olen P. Roney of St.
Joe Beach. His grandparents
are Mrs. Beulah Clark, and
the late Mr. J. D. Clark of
Milton.
3-,luptial music was perform-
ed by Melinda McArdle, or-
ganist, and Mrs. Myrna Fer-
S nindez, soloist.
:Miss Vickie Ramsey of Port
St Joe was maid of honor.
Sliona Smothers, the bride's
' c usin, was flower girl.
, tackle Dunlap was the best
' man. Michael Roney, the
A:l- giom's brother served as
6cndlelighter.
S ..A reception, given by the
i' bide's parents, followed the
c3 eemony. Assisting at the
w. wedding and reception were
Mrs. Margaret Ard, Mrs.
A' jes Ellis, Mrs. Joyce
' Mpore, Regina Ellis, Jan
S Clenney and Sharon Atkins.
. -The couple will reside at St.
S Joe Beach.


G guidance Board

To Meet Tuesday
. The Board of Directors of
r - the Gulf County Guidance
C-inic, Inc. will hold its
regularly scheduled meeting
S on Tuesday, August 10, at 7:00
S pm. (E.D.T.). The meeting
- will be held in the Clinic
S Conference Room at 311 Wil-
liams Avenue in Port St. Joe.


Following the wedding -re-
hearsal, refreshments were
served by the groom's family
i in the church social hall.
A calling bridal shower was -
given at Oak Grove Assembly
of God Church, and also at
Beach Baptist Church.


A miscellaneous shower was
given at Panama City Beach
by the nursing class of Tom P.
Haney.
A bridesmaid breakfast was
given by Mrs. Agnes Ellis and
Regina Ellis at 1008 Wood-
ward Avenue, on July 25.'


Kathy Gray and Mark


Sheehan Exchange Vows


Kathy Lynn Gray and Mark
Randall Sheehan were united
in marriage recently at the
First Presbyterian Church in
Dothan. The Rev. Charles
McGowan and Rev. William
Smith officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon- Ramsey
of Port St. Joe, Florida, and of
the late William J. Gray. The
groom's parents are Mr. and.
Mrs. E. M. Sheehan of Dothan.
, A program' of wedding
music was presented by or-
ganist, Helen Miller, and
vocalists, Sharon McAllister
and Jeannie Robeson.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a gown
belonging to the groom's
mother. The satin bodice of
the wedding gown of magnolia
white satin and chantilly lace
fastened in the back with
covered buttons. Long sleeves
of sheer lace ended with points
at the wrists. The scalloped
lace yoke featured a high
round neckline; scallops also
defined the waistline. The full
satin skirt extended into a
short train.
She' wore a veil of illusion
which fell from a headpiece
covered with silk daisies. Her
bouquet was a cascade of
peach and ivory tea roses,
stardust gypsophilia, and
ivory lace streamers.
Karen Minger, sister of the
bride, served as matron of
honor. Gwen Ramsey, sister
of the bride, was maid of
honor. Both are from Port St.
Joe. Bridesmaids were Vicki
Philiips, Phyllis Hudgens, and
Jan Dooling of Dothan; Terri
Mills of Avon; and Susan


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will be classes for 2 and 3-yr.
olds through sixth grade.
There will also be a class for
adults.
Pre-registration and a pa-
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August 7, at 10 a.m., EDT. All
children are encouraged to
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parade.
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Rucker School by Miss Gray's
kindergarten class and the
room mothers, Mrs. Jose
Colon and Mrs. Harlor.
A school faculty shower at
the Ft. Rucker School was
hosted by Pam Gainey, Deb-
bie Patton,, and Sharonlyn
Patterson.
A tea was hosted by June
Sanders, Connie Wise, Jean-
eanne Jones, and Jeanette
Holmes.
A rice-bag party was hosted
by Mrs. Phyllis Hudgens.
A lingerie shower was given
in Port St. Joe by Agnes and
Regina Ellis.
The bridesmaids' luncheon
at the Garland House was
hosted by Mrs. Joy Drewry,
Mrs. Jeannie Robeson, and
Mrs. Dottie Smith.


To Hear Talk On


Prescription Drugs


The Saint Joseph Bay
Chapter of A.A.R.P. will meet
Tuesday, August 9th, 2:30
P.M., EST at the Union Hall
on Sixth Street.
Guest speaker for the meet-
ing will be Rex Buzzett, who
will 'present an interesting
program on consumer atti-
tudes and behavior with re-
spect to prescription drugs.
There will be a question and
answer period at the conclu-
sion of the program.
Hostesses for the meeting
will be the Ms. Elizabeth
Jones, Mildred Sander, Erma
Creel, Jessie Owens, and
Minerva McLane.
This is an important meet-
ing as plans for next month's
presentation of the charter
will be made. Members should
also be in attendance to


welcome home Stiles and
Zelda Brown.


CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend to our
friends a special thanks for
the cards, flowers, food and
the others acts of kindness
shown us recently.
We especially thank the
hospital staff, Dr. Wayne
Hendrix, Dr. Shirley Simpson,
and the Ambulance Squad for
the attention our loved one
received during his illness and
death.
Thank you,
The Singletary Family
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Stephens of Port St. Joe. They
wore peach voile dresses and
carried fans topped with
peach roses, stardust gypso-
philia, and ivory streamers.
Sarah Home was the flower
.girl. She wore a hand-smock-
ed, light-peach dress and
carried a basket of silk peach
rosebuds.
The groom's father served
as best man., Groomsmen
were Bill Reif, Brian Shelley,
Gary Bass, Mike Sizemore,
Tom Horne and Clark Shee-
han. Mark Phillips was the
ring bearer
Following the ceremony, the
bride's parents hosted a re-
ception in the church fellow-
ship hall.
After a cruise to the Ba-
hamas, the couple now resides
in Dothan. The groom is the
manager of All-American
Sporting Goods, and the bride
is a teacher at the Ft. Rucker
Dependents Schools.
A rehearsal dinner for 40
guests was hosted by the
groom's parents at the Fish
House Restaurant.
A miscellaneous shower was
given in Port St. Joe by Joyce
Young, Gail Tatum, Martha
tRberts, Katrina Pippins, and
Barbara Pettis.
A linen shower was given by
Mary K. Gray and Saron
McAllister.
A surprise Tupperware
shower was given by Paula
Haiston and the Jet Cadets.
.. A dinner party was given at
the Conestoga Steak House by
Barbara and Jerry Townsend.
A surprise miscellaneous
shower was given at the Ft.


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.EVENINGWORSHIP . . ............ 7:00 P M
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3/4 cup Ground Oat
Flour*,
1. teaspoon soda .
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cupbutteror
margarine
1. cup dairy sour cream
S2 eggs
2 teaspoons grated
lemon peel
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup fresh or frozen
blueberries
For topping: In small bowl,
combine sugar and cinnamon.
For batter: Heat oven to
i 3750F. Grease 12 medium
muffin cups or line with
paper baking cups. In medium
Bowl, combine flours and
soda; set aside. In large bowl,
beat together sugar and butter
until light and fluffy. Blend
in sour cream, eggs, lemon:
peel, vanilla and salt. Add
flour mixture; mix just until
dry ingredients are moistened..
(Batter will be stiff.) Gently
fold in blueberries. Fill pre-
pared muffin cups 3/4 full;
sprinkle with topping. Bake
about 25 minutes or until


Swatts Member
of State Poets
Maybel Stone Swatts has
been accepted into member-
ship of the Florida State Poets
Association according to Hen-
rietta Kroah of Debary, who is
State Treasurer of the FSPA
and who served as an Ambas-
sador of Poetry at the Na-
tional Federation of State
Poetry Societies convention in
Memphis this year.
Mrs. Swatts has had her
poems printed in various
publications over a number of
years. Several of them have
been set to music and used by
the Eastern Star groups. Her
inspirational poetry has often
been used by Methodist or-
ganizations and groups.
.:,In September Mrs. Swatts
will be attending the Florida
State Poets Association con-
ventionin Sarasota where she
will read several of her
poems. ,

Going A wav
Party for Jake
SSunday afternoon, a going
away picnic was held for Jake
Tankersley. The picnic was
held at the home of Mrs.
Pauline Mouchette, Jake's
grandmother.
Jake left Monday for Fort
Knox, Kentucky where he will
be serving in the U.S. Armij.

wooden pick inserted in
center comes out clean. Serve
warm with butter, if desired.
Makes 1 dozen muffins.
: Ground Oat Flour
. 1. PLACE 1 cup quick
or old fashioned oats, un-
cooked, in blender or food
processor.
2. COVER; blend about
1 minute, stopping blender
occasionally to stir oats.
NOTE: To make larger
amounts of Ground Oat Flour,
repeat above directions to pro-
duce amount needed. Ground
Oat Flour can be made ahead
and stored in tightly covered
container in cool dry place up.
to 6 months.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1982


Wins State Sunburst Crown


Andrea Roberts was crown-
ed "Miss Florida Sunburst
Centerfold 1982" at the state
pageant held in Ocala June 28
through 30. She competed with
166 girls ages 3-27 to earn this


honor. Andrea was also
crowned "Peewee ,Florida
Sunburst Talent Winner"-
along with being selected
fourth runner-up in the "Pee-

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ANDREA ROBERTS


r Methodists


SPtanBible


School

. ' .The First United Methodist
Chiith at Port St. Joewillie
Holding Vacatfon Bible School'
August 9 through August 13.
The fun will begin at 9:00 a.m.
and last until 11:30.
.All children between" the
ages of 5-11 are invited to
S ,. attend. Come have a great
time


To convert square inches
to sqt.uare' centimeters;
simply multiply by 6,5.


Wee Beauty." She competed
with 46 other girls ages 3-6 in
these divisions. In September,
Andrea will compete in the
"National Sunburst U.S.A.
Pageant."
Andrea is the four year old


daughter of Mr. and Mrs.-
Chuck Roberts of Bristol.
Maternal 'grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Myers Shuler..
Paternal grandparents are:
Mrs. Betty Roberts and the
late C. W. Roberts, Jr.


Plaque Dedicated


N


Board members of the local unit of the
American Cancer Society met last Friday in
the Chapel at Gulf Pines Hospital for a
dedication ceremony to place a memorial
plaque in memory of those who have suffered
with the dreaded. disease of cancer.
SRev. Larry Wells presided during the
short ceremony of dedication.
The names of loved ones may be placed
on the plaque which has been hung in the
hospital lobby. Those wishing to place names


on the plaque may contact Mrs. Bill.
Altstaetter or Mrs. Jean Atchison or a board
member of the Gulf County Chapter of the.
American Cancer Society for information
concerning the plaque.
In:the photo above, Phyllis Altstaetter,
left, president of, the local Cancer Society
unit, DeBolt, District Director for the ACS
and Rev. Larry Wells, board member, are
shown -at the plaque memorial dedication
service held last Friday at Gulf Pines.


Vocational Rehabilitation

Services AvailableAt Health Clinic


Vocational Rehabilitation
helps people with physical
and-or mental handicaps pre-
pare for suitable employment.
The goal of the program is to'
help.handicapped persons be-
come as self-sufficient and
independent as possible.
Vocational Rehabilitation


Home Appliance Repair
23 Years Experience In Appliance Repair


* Heating
Natural & LP Gas,
Electric and Oil

* Air Conditioning
Central and Window


* Major Appliances
All Makes and Models
* Refrigerators &
Freezers
* Electrical- Plumbing


DANIELS SERVICE COMPANY
Phone 229-8416 Port St. Joe


does not charge for evalua-
tion, counseling, guidance,
tuition, placement and follow-
up services. The handicapped
person is expected to share in
the costs of other services if he
or she is financially able to do
so.
When the treatment pro-
gram is completed, the coun-
selor will help the person find
work and provide follow-up
services as needed. Sheltered
workshops are provided for
those who need an extended
job opportunity.


The Spinal Cord Injury
Program is designed to help in
the treatment and rehabilita-
tion of individuals with spinal
cord injuries. The program
helps withemergency medical
care, acute hospital care,
:rehabilitation and halfway
houses or congregate living
facilities.
Vocational Rehabilitation
Services are available every
Wednesday, 2-4 p.m., at the
Health Department in Port St.
Joe.


PAGE FIVE


Fortner Seeks County

Commissioner, Dist. 2

W. J. (Dude) Fortner is the son of Mr. and.
Mrs. Leroy Fortner of Wewahitchka. The
family has been long time residents of Gulf
County for many years.
Fortner, age 31, is
employed..by CE Basic
and has worked with
the firm "for 13 years as
a lab analyst and labor-
ern
The candidate is
married to Debra John-
son Fortner, formerly a
'resident of. New Heb-
ron, Mississippi. She is
:currently employed by
Linton's Building Supply of Wewahitchka.
Fortner says, if elected; he is. looking
forward' with great pride to better serve the
working citizens of, Gulf County. Your vote
and support will be greatly appreciated.
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Phone 229-6394 or 648-8952
310 William Ave. Port St Joe. Fla


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Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAYSCHOOL ...................... 9:30A.M.
MORNINGWORSHIP ................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ................... 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1982


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Recently the Senate passed,
the largest revenue-raising bill
ever approved by either house
of Congress. The bill. passed on
July 23rd at 4:48 a.m after 20
hours of debate, seeks to
recover for the federal govern-
ment $99 billion of the tax cuts
which Congress enacted a year
ago. The Senate passed the
3-year measure by a vore of
50-47. it includes a conglomera-
tion of over 50 loophole clos-
ings, tax hikes, and new
provisions.
One of the major pro% visions
of the Senate's tax increase bill
deals with corporations and all
but small financial institutions.
These organizations would have
to withhold for tax purposes
10% of dividend and interest
payments as they make them,
although low-income and elder-
ly savers would be exempt. No
tax would be due on dividend
and interest payments under
$100 a year. Regarding
dividends alone, a 1981 lawI
allowing a person to avoid tax-
ation on up to $750 a year in
dividends reinvested in utility
shares would be repealed
The Senate bill also raises
the federal tax on cigarettes to
16T per pack - twice its present
amount - until October I.
1985, at which time it would
drop back to 8s. The present tax
on telephone service would rise
to 2% in 1983 and 3% in 1984.
In 1986 the tax would drop to'
2%. An estimated $1.2 billion
would be raised in Fiscal Year
1983 because of this provision,
and $4.8 billion over 3 years.
The bill seeks to strengthen
an existing tax which is design-
ed to ensure that upper-income
individuals pay some tax
regardless of deductions.'Under
the'provision, some currently
tax-exempt income from state
and local government industrial
revenue bonds would be taxed
for the first time. This provision
would net $500 million in the
next 3 years according to staff
official-. The measure also
tightens tax benefits for cor-
porations and corporate pen-
sion plans. This effort is design-
ed to discourage professionals
from incorporating in order to
I


Band Camp Begir

The annual two weeks of for all Port St. Joe Junior-
summer band camp for all Senior High School band stu-


members of the "Band of
Gold", the Port St. Joe Senior
Band, will begin Monday,
August 9, at 9:00 a.m.
A get-acquainted social will
be held that night in the First
United Methodist Social Hall
at 7:30 p.m, The event will be


GOOD
tREASON
to see your good
neighbor agent










CAR * HOME
LIFE * HEALTH

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




STATE FARM
INSURANCE COMPANIES
Home Of.es: Blooin0g�to. hlmlold


Beauticians

Cutting for

Family Fund
The hairdressers from
Aline's Coiffures, Glad's
Backyard Beauty Parlor, and
Mary Linda's Beauty Salon
will be cutting hair for the
benefit of the Nunnery family
of Port St. Joe. All donations
will go to help this family, and
in return you and your whole
family can get a new "Fall"
haircut. You may donate any
amount you feel you can
afford, and all will be greatly
appreciated!
The place to come is Aline's
Coiffures, Williams Avenue,
on Sunday afternoon, August
8th, between the hours of 2 and
4 o'clock. No appointment
necessary.

CARD OF THANKS
Slip ups come often to many
people. But when you are in
your 70's, this can happen-
Sorry!
SI Want to add a few more
words to my note in last
week's 'paper- I am so
grateful for our ambulance
service, and all that give their
devoted time. Also thanks to
the technicians.
Aunt Bell


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End Summer Recreation


Bailey, second.' ages :9-11;: Phylis
Anthony, first and Terry Quin, second;
Ages 12-14, Billy Dixson and Pam
Anthony; ages 15-17, Henry Harris and
Marty Russ. Tetherball-Ages 5-8,
Chris Quinn, Timothy Granberry; 9-11,
Shay Anthony and Collins Hamilton;
12-14, Equadore . Peters and Scott
James; 15-17, Brenda Daniels and
Henry Harris. Basketball-Ages 5-7,
Arion Nixon and Cedrick Anthony; 9-11,
John Julius and Reginald Larry; 12-14,


Waymon Bryant and Marvin Ware;
15-17, Michael Pitt and Douglas Robin-
son. Checkers-Ages 5-8; Mario Larry,
and Holly Baldwin; 9-11, Pat Ward and
Al Dean; 12-14, Equadore Peters and,
Pam Anthony; 15-17, Brenda Daniels
and Henry Harris. Horseshoes-Age
5-8, Calvin Pryor and TarnsRiley; 9-11,
Collins Hamilton and Reginal Larry;
12-14, Equadore Peters and- Scott:
James; 15-17, Bernard Anthony and
Todd McNair.


deposit large amounts of pre-tax
incomeinto retirement plans.
These retirement plans work to
accumulate large amounts of
tax-free. earnings' which are
Returned to the beneficiary when
he or she retires."This provision
would' produce an' estimated
$200 million in revenue in Fiscal
Year 1983 and $1.,5 billion over.
three years. ' -
The. measure would
drastically cut. deductions for
medical. costs and casual.
losses. Deductions for medical
expenses would be allowed for
costs exceeding 7%o of a tax-
payer's adjusted gross income,
compared with the current 3o%.
".A 10 Io floor would take effect
for casualty losses from: fires,
storms, and the like. Presently,
there is no'such floor, although
the first $100 of any one casual-
ty is excluded from deductions.
That feature would be retained.
This provision would produce
an estimated total of $6.5 billion
in revenue oter three years.
An amendment was adopted
which would cut in half business
deductions for meals other than
those on overnight business
trips asway from home. This
provision was needed to raise
$2.8 billion to achieve the goal
of $99 billion in new revenue re-
quired under terms of the Con-
gressional budget resolution
passed in June.
As of this writing, Con-
gressman Rostenkowski, Chair-
man of the House Ways and
Means Committee, now has two
options available to him. He
could attempt to move his com-
mittee toward passage of its
own tax measure, which could
be very similar to the Senate
bill, or he could bring the Senate
bill directly to the House floor
for consideration. Once the
House passes its version of the
bill, a House-Senate conference
committee must work out the
differences between the two
bills. %hichever approach
Chairman Rostenkowski
chooses, it will result in some in-
tense political maneueering be-
tiween the Democrats and
Republicans, especially during
this electron year.


Contributions and Expendi- will be valuable time spent for
tures, Political Advertise- a candidate or anyone consi-
ments, Endorsements, Quali- during becoming a candidate,
fying Candidates, Filing Fees a campaign treasurer, form-
for Candidates, Prohibited ing a political committee, or a
Acts, including Violations and city clerk who is involved in
Penalties. the election process.

ESTABLISHED 1904


After defrosting the freezer,
spray it with a vegetable oil
spray. Next time you de-
frost, it'll be less work.


GL
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DT.


LUeparm LLJLLLL V J
present an Election Law Semi-
nar to familiarize potential
candidates, campaign trea-
surers, political committees,
city clerks, and others who
may become involved in politi-
cal campaigns, with election
regulations and accounting
instructions.
The Seminar will be held on
Wednesday, August tlth, 9
a.m. EST in the Gulf County
SLibrary Room,- Court House
complex, 5th Avenue, Port St.
Joe.
Subjects to be discussed will
include the following: Chapter
106,FS, Requirements of Can-


isMon.

dents and their parents. Band
Boosters are furnishing home-
made ice cream and sherbets,
and are asking parents to help
provide, cookies and cakes. A
short presentation will be
made by the new director, Mr.
Wayne Land, and a follow up
session by the Band Boosters
organization.

Phyllis Schlaffy

In Area Lecture
PhylPs Schlaffly, foremost
woman opponent of the ERA
Amendment, will be in Pana-
ma City August 10 to explain
more of the facts about ERA
and how to completely defeat
it. She will be speaking at the
Panama City Municipal Audi-
torium at 7 p.m., CDT.
The Women for Responsible
Legislation and the Concerned
Women for America invites
everyone to attend.


Registration Aug. 18


for GCCC Courses


Registration for all Gulf
Coast Community College
classes to be held in Port St.
Joe will be August 18, 6:30-7:30
EDT, at Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School.
Tuition has been increased
to $17.00 per credit hour.
Classes include: Englisi,


ENC llOi, Monday; Data
Processing, COC 1201, Tues-
day; Western Civilization,:
EUH 1000, Thursday; and"
Gen. Psychology, BY 2012,
Wednesday.
Classes will begin on August
26. For further information.
call 227-1145.


Buddy,
Happy Anniversary
(Sweet 16)
Love Ya!
Sue Ann



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P / CHURCH OFGOD

| TEMPERANCE " "Where Jesus Christ Is King
. '. & God's Love Is An
S- .I Everflowing Fountain"
S :, SUNDAYSCHOOL ..... 1:00Ao.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00A.M.
GOODNESS EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00 PM.
WEDNESDAYEVENING . 7:00 P.M.
FAITH
Pastor - Ira J.Nichols




SWe Want You
To Be A Partof::.
The Friendly Place


BIBLE STUDY ... ... .. ....; .. . 945A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP. ............ . 11:00A.M.:
CHURCH TRAINING :.. ...; . .... 5:45P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ........:........... 7:00 P.M.
.WEDNESDAY . .. .. . ... . ... .... .. .7. 7:00 P.M.



Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE
MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music and Youth


Lakitchka Daniels


Has Birthday

Lakitcha Daniels was feted
with a: strawberry shortcake.,
birthday party recently, in
observance of her eighth
birthday. The party was held
at her home on Avenue D.
Helping Lakitchka cele-
brate were her grandmothers,
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Under-
wood and Mrs. Corine Daniels
and another relative, Miss
Willie Mac Lee. Many of her
friends stopped by to help here
celebrate also.


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SThe Washington Recreation Center,
Summer program .of supervised play
ended Friday afternoon, with presenta-
tion of trophies in several categories by
director, Clarence Monette and Rec-
reation Center supervisor, Willie
James Robinson.
After the presentation of the
trophies, the winners gathered to have
'their picture taken. Winners in the
program included: Jacks-Ages 5-8,
Rhonda Pittman, first and Tawonda


Election LawSe nar



Here Next esedn

The Honorable Dorothy W. didates, Requirements of Poli- A question and answer If .you wish any further
lisson,Deputy Secretary for tical Committees, Campaign period will follow as time information, please contact
elections from the Florida Treasurers, Required Cam- allows on any related subject. Cora Sue Robinson, Supervi-
.t..t otf ,State will pain Reports Camnaign Attendance at the'Seminar sor of Elections, Gulf County.


First


Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756 .
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .......... 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00 A.M.
Study In the Gospels, Wednesday - 700-7:45

Welcome to Everyone

JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229.6857


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Know Thy Neighbor

BY SHAD PHANTRY


Dullsville, U.S.A.I That's pretty fast action at times. one year, then was employed
the way Roy and Fran Smith Besides that, how many by Monsanto Company for two
describe' their life at 905 people stroll out in their years. Fran finally convinced,
Monument Avenue in Port St. backyards and find a bear up him by threat of divorce and a
.Joe. The description, of cour- one of their trees? That could .38 caliber pistol to move to
Ese, is a ruse; Roy and Fran only happen to a couple of Port St. Joe. Good work, Fran.
:ive a wonderfully exciting University of Alabama;gradu- Roy is now' employed at
life, but'more than that, a ates living in Florida. Hannon Insurance Agency
:happy life in their beautiful and has been for the last eight
:home overlooking St. Joseph. � Roy was born and reared in years.
ay. Guntersville, Alabama. He Fran is a native. That is she
-They may think, they're was graduated from the Uni- was born and raised in Port St.
:ull, but if you ever visit-their versity of Alabama with B.S. Joe. Seriously, she is not
-home, you can never imagine in Chemistry. You would think really a native, native. She's
a dull moment. Eleven year someone with; a degree in not even dark skinned. Ahy-
told Hannon and six-year old Chemistry Would seek a ob in, way, Fran is one of the
EAndy, and a dog named some related field. Not Royl loveliest ladies to grace our
,"Cash," make up for some He taught school, at least for town and has a personality to
match. Her personality and
looks are reflected in' their two
beautiful children, thank
'goodness. -
After graduating from Port
St. J6e High School, Fran
attended' Virginia Interment
College for two yeai's. From
VIC she enrolled at ' the
University of Alabama,-where-
-- .during her sophomore year,
S. her sorority sister fixed her up
with a blind date and who,
Fran was sure, using an
alias- Roy Smith. She may
have been right.
It was mad love at first
sight! Two days later, they
were married, or was it two
years? Yes, it: was TWO
YEARS. Anyway, they have
lived somewhat happily ever'
since. "It's been up and down
. like most marriages," ex-
plained Roy. "But, she has
managed to put up with me for
eleven years. I think I'll stick
around."
Roy loves to hunt and fish.
He was very involved in golf
for a while, but after two
'nervous breakdowns and
three sets of golf clubs, he
gave it up.
THE ROY SMITH'S Fran and the whole family

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9800B EAST HIG HWAY 98. * P. O.1 Bx 1332
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTA TE SALES * BEACH-RENTALS
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616 Marvin Avenue


* Brick
* 3 bdrm.
* 1 l ba.


2105 Palm Blvd.
Brick 5yrs. ld
* 3 bdrm, 2 ba. * Extra special
* Great insulation * $69.500
* Fireplace


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107 Yaupon
* 3 bdrm.. 2 ba. * Newly painted
S1 car garage * New roof
* Heat pump * $50,000


'arlA


105 Monica Dr., Ward Ridge
* Brick . ,Musts see t ar


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preciate
* Fenced yard
. $46,000


* 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
* Cen. air & heat
. Shallow well'


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ONLY Down

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Only 4 Left'


Hl BAY REALTY

REALTOR


648-5011 Sales

,,. 648-8220 Rentals
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* 2 bdrm.
* 1 ba.
* $29,000


1306 Long Avenue
* Close to school
* fireplace


1501 Monument Ave.


* 3 bdrm., 1 2'z ba.
' Den
* Gas heat


* Central air
* Newly painted
* $43,000


1912 Juniper


� Brick'
* 3 bdrm., 1 '/ ba.
* Good assumable
mortgage


* Best of neighbor-
hoods
* 2 porches.
* $39,900


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.


PAULETTA CAMPBELL ......
'ELLEN ALLEMORE .........
ARCHIE BARBEE ...........
JIM CLEMENT ..... *.......
JEAN FALISKI .............
WYVONNE HATTAWAY ....


648-8977
648-8939
648-5392
648-5482.
229-6553
229-6993


* Cen. h&a
* Screen bk porch
S$45,000 * 1", lois


loves to snow ski and partici-
pate in water sports. Fran is
an avid. reader of novels.
Hannon and Andy are twog150
percent "all boy".young gent-
lemen who just enjoy life.
Congratulations to Roy,
Fran, Hannon and Andy for
....something! Well, we are
awfully glad to call the Smiths
neighbors and friends. They
are a. wonderful family and
contribute much to our town.



Public Notices

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND.FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA '
CASE NO. 82-119
COY C. BROGDON and wife,
ANNIE J. BROGDON,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
JERRY S. COBY and wife,
CONSTANCE D. COBY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pur- r
suant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure"
dated the 29th day of July, 1982, In Case
No. 82-119 of-the 'CirCult Court of the
Fourteenth� Judicial Circult, iln and for
Gulf County,, Florida, In which Coy C.
Brogdon and wife, Annie J. Brogdon are
the Plaintiffs and Jerry S. Cqby and wife,
Constance D� Coby are the Defendants, I,
.111 Sll 10 the nhighest and oea l Oider. lo,'
cash, al Ine fronl door of the Gulf County
,Courthouse in' Port:St, lJoe, FIridai, at
'11:00 A.M (Port St. Joe time) on the 19th
day of August, 1982, thie following
described property in Order of the Final
Judgment of Foreclosure.
SEE EXHIBIT "A" 'ATTACHED For
Sdescription'.of'property to be sold.'
DATED tins 291 naly of July. 1982
JERRY GATES
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By ist Tonya Knox. DeDuty Clark
2t 8-4
EXHIBIT A .
Commence at the SW corner of Sec. 3,..
T4S, R10W; thence S89155'18"E along the
South line of said Seb. 3 for 478.53 feet;.
Chance, N033 20 " or'1023:56 feeta to the
canlerllne 01 SIcnsa MiI Creek for Ine
P.O B. Infnce along sald cantarline as
to Ilocs
I S47'56'32' E 174 23'
2 538"51 13 E 70682
3 534417'55"E 9345'
4 N7915'18'E 12062'
5 558'16'"E E 84.39
6 N47t18'59"E 109 77
7 80'53'43 'E 113 36'
8. 55942736"E 9440
9 s4601 18 'E 68 70'
W10 55"5931"E 5519
't11 567P2038'E 13766'
12 567438'10"E 9989' 1
13 SB227 18'E 11397'
14 S56136'04"E 7962'
.15 S6722"49"E. 84.08'"
16 S87"09'29"E 82 45'
17. S10'04'33'E 6586'
18 S33'51'16"E 51 08'
19 S2311302"E 5988'
20 558'33'15"E 5835'
21 N77'09'26"E 105 72'
22 571044 10' E 56 27
23 s26o20'36"W 61 40'
24 S26=14'19"E 7335'
25. S67659'48"E 41.70'
26. N64'32'44 'E '98.23'
27: S75'14,22"tE 93.90'
, 28. S76.16'57"E 89.85'
29. W85457'52"E' 100 32:'
30o 87i52 25'E 44 28'
. .3J 580"23'.12"E 305L:.-
32 N4d822 15" E 51 14"'' .
'33 N33'2306'E 5954'
34 N60033'58"E 98 48'
35. S73-57'23"E 38.42'
36. S11'14'57"E '30.22'
37. N71'09'36"E 45.94'
38. Ni64o54'13"E, 00.50'
39 N74"3706" E 10024'
40. N62'47'30"E 11799'
41 554'22'47"W 8786'
42 S45427 53' E 57 00'
43. S302 1'59"W 4428'
44 S36*31'06"E 2559
45 S62424'13"E 81 20'
46 N61"2626"E 2504'
47 N00'52 59E 36 07'
d48 N56'02'05"E 8783'
49 N30'55'20' E 3507'
50 N08-06'43"W 4997'
51 N651358'E 2056
52 S69'17'36"E 10392'
53 552'11'03"E 6043'
54 N74404'41 E 5996
55 S67422'42' E 37 68'
56. S03-49'32'W 84 68'
57 N84i08'08"E 70.20'
58. N69425 45"E 95 38
59 S26*58'5' E 36 96'
60 $02'55'44dd 65 7',
6 1.'40'3767 'E 1621
62. S81"56'28"E 4705'
63. N36"26'07"E 21.25
64. N08043'31"W 56.41'.
65. N87"32'38'E 36.17'
66. S41*23'44"E 64.45'
67. S66-06'16'E' 42.63'
68. S12'02!17!'E 31.91'
69.' S1900'13"W 54.02''
70. S38'18'26"E "43.13'
71 53957'19' E 50.04'
,72 558407 20 E 32.07'
73 N85-C0240 E 1756'
"74 117,'20 13 W 1W 9207
75. 5C'.5 02 E 6934 3
76. 533"07'35 E 76 52
77. S48R38'48"W 52.74'
78. S00 03 47 E . 20.92'
79. 56820'19' E, 48.11'
80. S60'14'50"E 2648'
81. S08o18'31"E 35.40'
82. S07.56'09"E '57.84'
83. S42'55'51"E 49.75'
84. S32'43'46"E 50.81'
85. 541"47'15"E 5001'
86. S300T7'45"E 22.56' ' ''
87. 53 125 28 W 25 96 '
88. N68d42'54 E 39 18
89. S80'28'28'"E' 4082
90. S28'49'35"E 35 78'
91. S23'43'16"E '47.82'
92. S2856'00"E 52.11'
93. S38'18'23"E 38.07'
94. $58'29'12"E 54.31' .
95. 555'26'29"E 50.20'
96. 533'06'35"WV 28.18'
97, S41'48'22"W 26.41'
98. S87'39'48"E 27.17'
99., S69�29'43"E 23.82'
100. 526'33'44"E '70.11'
101. S81'40'24"E 34.18'
102. N47'21'38"E- 52.50'
103. N76'08'59"E 33.33'
104. 558'54'11"E 35.66'
105. S20'21'56"W 9.66'
106. 502�58'24"E 39.75"
107. S03'08'17"E 55.52'
108. 548'41'24"E 51,37'.
109. S61'14'54"E 31.82'
110. S86 03'23"E 55.32'
111. $5400'09"E 21.15'
112. S09'45'42"E 23.82'
113. 512'38'22"E 25.12'
114. $38'17'12"W 47.68'


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116. 534157'33"E 60.87'
117. S19135'09"E 50.36'
118. S33016'17"E 50.63'
119. 537*44'19"E 50.99'
120. S25'31'06"E 105.38' to a point on
the East line of Section 10, T4S, R10W,
that is 1205.65 feet South of the NE cor-
ner of said Sec. 10.
DESCRIPTION: All that part of the South
half of the' South Half of Sec;.3, T4S,
RIOW, lying South of the cenlerline of
Stone Mill Cireek, LESS Ihe weal 160
yards thereof. Containing 39.41 acres,
more or less. ALSO: The Northeast
Quarter of the Northwest Quarter and all
that part of the Northeast Quarter of Sec.
10, T4S, RIOW lying South of the
centerline of Stone MIII Creek, containing
187.56 acres, more or less; -subject,
however, to mineral rights reserved.


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Construction by Raffield Boat Builders


Rifle Club Plans


Meeting Today
The regular meeting of the Shoot.
SGulf Rifle Club will be held at The Club is co
:7:30 PM on August 5, at the 300 yard hill fi
centennial Building. shooters and pec
SThe winner of the pistol tend to hunt elk
.'given away by the Club was Nine people hai
,Mr. Willis of Port St. Joe. John Ste Hunt
"Fadio and David Ambrose t tat Hm
were the winners of the Trap A embers a
S~ . n members are u
.." " - I persons are urgi


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SYears ago, country folk be-
' lived that the seventh son
Sin a family possessed unusual
: gifts.


the meeting to
plans on the Arc
and the RunningI
Many inquiries
received about.
men's Pistol Co
terested, call L.
at 648-5839.


In"Stite of the depressed
financial market at this par-
ticular time, Raffield Boat
Builders here in Port St. Joe
has started construction of
two new fishing boats for
paying customers.
According to Gene Raffield,
manager of the firm, the two
new boats have already had
their hulls molded and inside
construction work has begun.
One of the boats has been sold
to a firm in the Florida keys
and will be delivered in
November of this year, com-
pletely outfitted as a purse
seiner.
The second boat will have
only the boat portion complet-


ed, with the purchaser to do
his own rigging after he
receives delivery of the boat.
This vessel has been sold to a
shrimp dealer in Panama City
and will be delivered later this
month.
WELL RECEIVED
The new.boat building conx-
cept, developed by the Raf-
field's and Fred Buskens,
foreman of the boat building
operation, has been well re-
ceived in the fishing world of
the Gulf Coast. Designed to:
operate economically, the'
boat is still designed to stay on
a trip for a long while and
carry a considerable load of
harvested sea products before


Instructing a
or the long
)ple who in-
ouit West.
Ie completed
ter's Safety

nd interested
ed to attend
firm tip the
cheryjage ,
Deer'Target.
Shave' been
another ' o-
lirse. If in-
K. Ambrose


Port St. Joe

VETERINARY CLINIC
411 Baltzell Avenue
Announces New and Expanded
Hours Beginning July 6th
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
229-8400
21 7 1


Everyone's Rushing to the
Exciting

S- . First Baptist

Church
Port St. Joe, Florida
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
Bible Study . .. 9:45 A.M.
(All ages) -
I Worship ...... 11:00 A.M.
(Broadcast ive
WJOE-AM and WGCV-FM
Church Training 6:30 P.M.
Worship ...... 7:30 P.M.

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


The "Fisherman's Pride" the first of Raffield Boat
Builders products is shown here under way in St. Joseph Bay.


Reserved

Football

Tickets

On Sale
The Port St. Joe High School
Fighting Tiger Sharks will
open the 1982 football season
on S'ptember 10, playing
DeFuniak Springs at Shark
Stadium at 8:00 P.M.
SOrders are now being taken
for servedd season tickets.
Th6,5rice is $12.50 (the same
as for five games last year).
We Pavy six home games this
season.
Individual game reserved
tickets are $2.75. General
admission tickets are $2.50 for
adults and $1.00 for students.
- Orders for reserved season
tickets may be made by
calling the high school (229-
8251) or by contacting Coach
Shaw Maddox.


having to make port to unload
and replenish.its supplies.'
The first boat manufactured
by the firm was a craft 62 feet
in length and 24 feet wide.
Fitted out as a purse seiner,
the boat, completely built of
fiberglass, cuts down consi-
derably on routine mainten-
ance. It is light in weight, at77
tons empty and 107 tons
loaded. It carries 3000 gallons
of fuel, 2000 gallons of fresh
water, has a hold capacity of
4,000 cubic feet and travels at
a speed of IC knots with 'its
:comparatively small Cater-
pillar 3408T deisel.
SThe Raffield's first boat,
"The Fisherman's Pride" was


in port here in Port St. Joe just
last, week following a trip
which saw the boat bring in
from 250,000 to 300,000 pounds
of fish.
The boat stores its catch in
the large hold where it is kept
cool by a refrigeration 'system
which utilizes sea water kept
at a temperature of 34 de-
grees.
SRaffield says thefirm plans
to.build more of the boats for
the Raffield fishing fleet in the
future. "This boat met all our
expectations and we plan. to
expand our own fishing fleet
just as soon as we're able to do
so", Raffield said..


The company met with
adversity almost as soon as it
was able to start work. About
the time the boat was perfect-
ed and ready to go into
production, the financial cli-
mate of the country got tense
and borrowed money became
expensive.
This financial situation
made it hard for a potential
purchaser to pay interest on a
loan to purchase a boat such
as the "Fisherman's Pride"
so the program met a set-back
almost from the first day of
production. :
Orders are now beginning to
come in and the company is


optimistic about the future..-
They already know they
have a superior fishing boat.
All they need now is custom
ers who can purchase them.:_
The opinion about the super-;
ior fishing boat isn't just ~af
of the Raffield's or Busken.:
The May issue of "Fishing
Gazette", a publication of the
nation's fishing industry, car-
ried a six-page story on the
new boat concept and the
Raffield firm. Also featured in
the story was the part played.
in its development by Bus-:
kens, who put the boat toge-
ther "outof his head" with the
help of a lot of people.


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

St. Joe Auto Parts Gold Hat Auto Parts
. 01 Long Avenue 'Highway 71
Port 1 Joe.. Fla.' Wewahitchka, Florida
-2NWO t . , .. 39711 M



HIGHLAND VIEW

METHODIST CHURCH
'Corner4th & ParkerAve.
1Irvites You to Worship Services .
Rev.Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .. A.. .. .....':.. ... 1000A.V ;
MORNINGWORSHIP . ............. . :; 11 00 A M:
EVENING WORSHIP ............,... 6:00 P M.
WEDNESDAY.....:......... .. 730 Prayer'Meetings
NurseryPioviced


STe new boat is designed to meet the demands of commercial
fishing today.


NOW YOU CAN PUT A SET
SiOS Was SALE F.ETl.
OF 721'S O __
B F (Whimtill) (per ) (per m) (pe tim) .
P17580,R13 $62 $55.95 S1.78
P175170R13 61 5495 1.73
FOR UPTO P185180R13 63 56.M9 1.92
P20570R13 . 71 63.95 2.14
P175/75R14 67 59.95 1.83
$3 6 O F F- P11M/5R14, 68 60.95 2.04
P195/75R14 70 62.95 2.18
Some sales are Just worth waiting for. This P20575R14 72 64.95 2.34
is one of them. Right now, ave up to 36R1 76 67 2
on a set of four gas-saving, long-wearing, P2057OR14 77 6.95 2.2
sure-traction 721 tires- P21575R14 77 695 2.48
r most popular radials. A P225i75R14 80. 71.95 2.68
721 tl belted radal.P205R15 74 66.95 2.47
Regular $81 NOW P25175R15 . 79 70.95 2.59
- P-lOIA3 Whll."*. P225/75R15 85 76.95 2.78
Plius sti F E T P235/75R15 94 84.95 3.01
If we should sell out of your size, we'll give you No trade-in needed. All prices plus tax.
a "alichleck" assuring later delivery at
the advrtised price.

F R a r . T e e Cc""r O r


Workmen are shown on scaffolding, right, as they work
on another hull which has been started at Raffield Boat
Building Company. The hull, at left, has had ribs placed down
in the completed hull section to begin work on the inside of
the boat.


Physicals for Jr. Varsity

Football Players Aug. 12


Junior Varsity football phy-
sicals have been scheduled for
Thursday, August' 12, 8:00
,a.m., at the Gulf County
Health Department. Students
are asked to make an appoint-
ment, and be there promptly.
Those students who wish to


participate in Junior High
.football must consult their
personal physicians for physi-
cals, at their own expense.
Thursday will be the final
date for providing physical
exams for football players.


Deluxe Champion�
polyester cord
Quality, dependability and
smooth ride make the bias-
ply Deluxe Champion our
best- selling tire.
Sin EvSwrdty
(uleI ea F..rT.
A7M13 M $O �1.59
E7.14 3 2.01
F7'.14 40 2.12
78.14 41 2.26
Q78.1 43 2.35
Mb.1iS 4O . 2.54
L7I.S 46 2.79
*Brlh tad. Other sIns. 100.


Tough Light Truck Tire
Firestone's light truck
Transport. The ultimate
combination of hfavy-duty
'nylon cord and quiet,
computer-dsligned tread.

7.0015 a 3 12.61
7.0018 .10 2V .
7.6016 6 67.05 3.�
TUBELEU
7.00.15 6 6g3 t3.07
7.0l159 u SWA 3.sM
All prtm plus tax and exchange tie.


firestone



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


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HEARING TESTS

AND

HEARING AID SERVICE

GIVEN FREE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 13

9 A.M. to 1 P.M.
AT



CAMPBELL'S DRUGS
210 REID AVENUE
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA

All service and testing will be done by qualified represen-
tative of the:

WATSON & BARBER HEARING AID CENTER
135%/ LAFAYETTE STREET
MARIANNA, FL 32446
904/482-4025

PLEASE CALL 904/227-1224 FOR AN
APPOINTMENT TO AVOID WAITING.


. 1rst nud mlethod.i ChArch
1 Constitution and Monument Ave.
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.


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Public

-Notices


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASENO. 82-126


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 5. 1982


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EXTENSION NOTES:


Ground Covers for

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PEARL J. YON, I - l l l r .'
, Plaintiff,
vs.
EVELYN A. PARHAM, BY ROY LEE CARTER
Defendant. BY ROY LEE CARTER
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: EVELYN PARHAM
Williamsburg Subdivision Many herbaceous and a
Wewahltchka, Florida woody plants can be used as g1
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ground covers to save energy e,
action to foreclose a mortgage has been.to save energy e
filed against you, and you arerequired to and reduce maintenance. Hor- e
S-serve a copy of your written defenses, If ticulturists are not always in
any, to It on FRANK A. BAKER, 119 River complete agreement as to the se
Street, Blountstown, Florida 32424,
- Counsel for Plaintiff, on or before August exact definition of a ground .i
19, 1982,.and file the original of said writ- cover. As used here, the term P
S ten defenses with the Clerk of this Court "grouncver" refers to any
Immediately thereafter; otherwise, a grer" refers
default will be entered against you for the low growing plant which can hi
relief requested in the Complaint. be used to cover areas where ai
The action Is for foreclosure of a mort- turf is not desired or will not co
gage, against all of your'rights, title and
Interest In the following real property grow. Ground covers can:help w
located In Gulf County, Florida, said real reduce energy .use in the tic
propy beocngk, oides idgeAdd i- landscape by substituting for gi
tion to Wewanitchka Florioa as Der energy intensive grasses and to
the Plat or Olilcial Records. recorded b, providing a color micro- te
n, Plate Book 2. Page 8 Public climate .My information for W
Recorsof l Gull Counly, Florida co
, this article was provided by by
PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELF AC- IFAS Extension Horticulturist gr
-.CORDINGLY.: Dr. Robert J. Black.
WITNESS my hana ana Ins seal of this Dr ert l
SCourt on July 13. 1982 Much time and energy is
JERRY GATES. spent maintaining top quality
: CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT turf areas, which must ,be
By. Is) Tonya Knox DeDuty Clerk frequently mowed, fertilized,
I7-15 . watered and sprayed. Turf' j
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH grasses are difficult and-or
S JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF dangerous to mow on slopes,
-FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY near traffic, and in out of the
Case No 82-65
'GULF COUNTY FARMS. INC. way corners and grow poorly
a Florida corporation, in : dense shade 'and in ex-
Plalnlill. tremely wet or dry areas. Ci
JAMES A CUTCHN and ; Many ground covers are more t
LINDA R. CUTCHIN. adaptable to these problem c"
Defendants areas than turf. However, use S(
- oc W OTICEOFSALE . -
S Nolce Is given Ihal Dursuant to a Final of outdoor living space should m
SJudgment in Foreclosure dated July 20. be considered before replac-
1982. in Case No 8245. of Ihe Cicull ing turfgrasses with ground in
Court o ne Foureenh Juicial Crc InTurfgrass is st the
and for Gull Counly. Florida. in whic covers. Turfgrass is still the w
Gull County Farms. Inc. a Florida co, best choice for recreational h
S poralon. is ihe Plainlill. ano James A areas or areas with heavy foot
Culchin and Linda R Culchin are the Co
Delendanls. I will sell to Ihe highest and traffic.
best bidder lot cash in Ihe looby a t he In addition to saving time c
S tont door ol Ihe Gull Counly Courtnouse and energy, ground covers ca
In Por SI Joe. Florida. at 1100 o'clock an video a more beautiful
a.m on Ihe 91h day ol August. 1982 the can provide a more beautiful
following described property sel lorin in and comfortable environment. 23
Ihe Final Judgmenl Ground covers create interest- " pr
Farms No 55 8 56, Gulf CounlytG1
Farms Uno 5 Commenc Gulf Cun ing contrasts in texture and
,.) ., Farms Unit Two Commence ine n C(
Northwest coiner or Section 30 color and are often the unify-
: Township 5 SoJdn. Range 9 West. ing element in a total planting.
Gull County. Florida. Tnence North tv
8627'22" East along Ihe North line Ground covers can moderate
' of said Section 30 lor 2853 86 leel to the climate around buildings f
the Westerly rignl of .ay line oi by absorbing and dissipating Fr
Stale Road No 71. thence Souln heat rather than re-radiating m
18116'20" East along sale rghl of heat rather than re-radiating
way line for 112000 leel to the Po.nl it to people or buildings.
of Beginning. Tnence continue Soulh Paved surfaces store and ec
18016'20' East along said righl of radiateheaevenaftersun- of
way line or 48000 feel. Inence radiate ea even after sun-
south 1143'40" Wesi lor 726 00o eel. down, keeping the area warm- cc
thence North 1816'20" West ior 480 er'for a longer period of time
feel. thence North 7143'40 East o and making hot periods .hot-
726 00 lee tlo Ihe Poinl ol Bealnnina. an making ot peno .s ot-
containing 8 0"acres more or less ter. Under sunny conditions,
DATED this 261h day ol July. 1982 researchers have shown tem-
JERRY GATES Clerh of Circuil Courtd ihitre to bie i5-5 dei irS' '
By tis Tonya Knox. Depu' l' -29 Te -ime- TTteTy "over- ..
2. 7.29 cooler imiirfi iateTay ve, u,
* ,. planted areas, than over as- a
I phalt or concrete. There is Ia


IN I THE C CIRCUIT COUU r EunlO clnH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
.FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
Case No 82-66
GULF COUNTY FARMS, INC.
a Florida corporation -
Plalntill.
JAMES A. CUTCHIN and
LINDA R CUTCHIN
Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Is given that pursuant to a Final
Judgment In Foreclosure daled July 20.
1982. In Case No 8266. of Ine Circuil
Court ol Ihe Fourteenth Judicial Circull in
anda,or Gulf Courny. Florida. in wnicn
Gull Counly Farms. Inc. a Florida cor
porallon. is Ihe PlainltiH. and James A
Culchin and Linda R Culchin. are Ine
- Defendants I wll sell lo the nighest and
best bidder lor cash in the iocb$ at Ine
' front door of Ihe Gulf County Cournouse
-.%: " In Poll St Joe. Florida. at 11 00 o ciock
am on the 91h day of Augusl 1982 Ihe
following described properly setl orin in
the Final Juogmenl
S Lots No 57 & 58, Gull Countly
Farms Unit Two Commence al Ine
Northwest coiner of Section 30
Township 5 Souln Range 9 Wesl.
Gull.Counly. Floriaa Thence Norln
86"27'22" East along Ihe Nortn ire
of said Sec ion 30 lor 135253 leei.
thence Soulh 1861620' East lor
1501 69 leel lo Ihe Point ol Begin.
i:ng Thence Norln 7143'10 Ea l ior
S 72600 lest, Inence South 18'16'20'
East for 480.00 leel. hence Souln
71*43'40' Wesl lor 72600 leel.
thence North 180'1620 West lor
S 48 000 eel toa he Point ot Beginning.
containing 7.44 acres more or less
DATED this 261h day of July 1982
JERRY GATES. Clerk of Circuit Courl
By. Isr Tonya Knox. Depul, Clerk
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Americans spend about
$400 million a year on
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County Extension Director


lso evidence that taller
round covers can provide
ven more cooling than mow-
d grass.
If the proper ground cover is
elected for a site, very little
maintenance will be required.
plants native to woodlands
ill out perform grass in
heavily shaded areas. There
re also. appropriate ground
overs which will tolerate a
ider variety of soil condi-
ons than most turfgrasses. A
round cover such as lippia
lerates wet soils much bet-
r than most turfgrasses.
wateringg can also be reduced
iy using a drought resistant
Xound cover such as Juniper.


Gunter s

Area Office

Is Busy
Bill Gunter, State Insurance
commissioner, announced
is week that 1078 people
contacted the Panama City
service Office during the
monthh of July, 1982.
The Service Office assisted
the recovery of $45,396.00
which was returned to policy
elders.
Citizens with questions and
implaints about insurance
in receive assistance by
ailing 904-763-4601 in Panama
ity. The office is located at
;1 East 4th Street and
provides service for Bay,
ulf, Franklin and Walton
counties.
Additionally, a representa-
ie of Commissioner Gunter's
ficei visits Walton, Gulf and
franklin Counties every
onth. .A schedule of the
representative can be obtain-
I from the County Judge's
fice in these respective
counties.




he first receivers of tele-.
hone calls cried out "Ahoy-
hoy" rather than the
iter greeting of "hello."


It may take up to two years
to estabbsh a ground cover
area, and during this period
weeding, watering, fertilizing
and mulching will probably be
required Once established
most ground covers require
only an occasional weeding
and trimming to maintain
them in bounds
Ground covers used correct-
ly can reduce maintenance
costs, save energy, and pro-
vide a more pleasant environ-
ment Ground covers also
enhance the beauty and use-
fulness of the landscape


Park Service Arranging Programs


Now through September,
the Florida Park Service has
arranged a variety of pro-
grams for the public
Visitors can choose from
numerous activities, ranging
from classes in saltwater


fishing or snorkeling to walks
exploring many types of en-
vironment Reservation are
not required for many of the
programs, but some require
prior notification to the parks.
Techniques of saltwater


fishing are scheduled at T. H.
Stone Memorial St. Joseph
Peninsula State Park, located
near Port St. Joe. Wednesday
and Fridays from 2 to 3 p.m.
An introduction to snorkel-
ing takes place twice weekly


PSJ Students On Dean's List


Three Port St Joe residents
have been named to the
Dean's List for the Spring
semester at Cumberland
School of Law, Samford Unl-
versit\.
They are. Eva Margaret
Maddox. James A Simmons,
and Clifford W. Sanborn.


have earned a minimum 2.0
grade point average out of a
possible 3 0 Being named to
the Dean's List is one the
highest honors a student can
achieve at Cumberland The


list was released by Cumber-
land Dean Donald E. Corley
With an enrollment of 700,
the law school includes stu-
dents from 20 states and
several foreign countries.


The Cumberland Dean's A fe w drops of lemon Iuice in the
List includes students who cooking water will I"h.ten vour rice.


at St. Joseph on Wednesdays
and Fridays from 2 to 3 n.m.
An Indian mound left by
ancient tribes is the subject of
a walk at St. Joseph, present-
ed on request.
Constitution Convention
State Museum at Port St. Joe
has daily tours from 9a.m. to5
p.m., except on Sundays from
1 to 5 p m. at the museum. A
fee of 25 cents a person is
charged at the museum.

Addresses and telephone
numbers of these state sites
are as follows: Constitution
Convention, 200 Allen Me-
morial Way, Port St. Joe, Fl
32456, 1904) 229-8029; and StL
Joseph Peninsula, P.O. Box
909, Port St. Joe, Fl 32456;
1904 1 227-1327.


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With


HANNON INSURANCE

Agency, Inc.

The Insurance Store Since 1943


Auto - Home - Business- Life

Flood -Bonds - Mutual Funds


8:30 til 6:

22 1 Reid Avenue


We are HERE to Service What We Sell

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Competitive sealed proposals will be
received by District 2 of the State of
Florida, Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services, until 4:00
p.m. on August 31, 1982 for provision
of social services, listed by county
below:
GULF - HOME DELIVERED MEALS
CHORE SERVICES

Pursuant to Federal Grant Title XX,
ten percent (10%) matching funds are
required for submittal.

Proposal format and instructions,
may be obtained from Aging and.
Adult Services, HRS, District 2, 2639
INorth Monroe Street, Suite 200-A,
Room 1:40, Tallahassee, Florida'
32303, (904) 487-2271. :i

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right to reject any and all bids.:
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. Wanted: To lease large There will be a regular com-
. house or building on Hwy. 98 in munication of Port St. Joe
beaches area in business zone. Lodge No. Ill, F.&A.M. Every
Call 648-5258. 4tc7-15 first and third Thursday at
_ 8:00 p.m.
Will buy lamps, dishes, pic- B. F. NUNNERY, W.M.
Stores, old crochet pieces. Call J. P. Cooley, Sec.
229-6254. 4tp 7-8
.', _ The Disabled American
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
R.E .ESU A 62, will meet the first Monday
i S A each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6-4
4 bdrm. hosue, fireplace, Ig. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
. screened porch, washer, dryer V.F.W. meets the second
.hook-up, Ig. garden spot, ideal Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
spot in back for a trailer. Good day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
condition, located at White Ci- in the Fla. Power Lounge.
ty on Hwy. 71. Owner will
finance, prefer cash. Call
639-5778. 3tc 8-5
'" 75x715' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc 7-15

S2101 Long Avenue. 3 bdrm., Efficiency apartment, Mex-
2 ba., sunken family rm ico Beach. $150.00 per week.
w/stone fireplace, din. rm. Call 648-5659. 2tc 8-5
S and liv. rm. Central h&a/c.
$59,900. Call 229-8861 or Unfurnished 2 bdrm. duplex
229-8462. tfc 7-15 in town. Call 229-6799.
_ For carpets cleaned the way
One commercial lot 30' x professionals do it-at a frac-
90' at 319 Reid Ave. $8,000. tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Call 227-1468 or 227-1100. Vac , the portable steam
-.! - f fc'5-20 carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
HOUSE FOR SALEd f t et
1302 Garrison -Ave. '2 No need for wet carpets.
bdrm., 1 ba., ce. 'h/a, kit- Dry clean them with HOST.
chen, breakfast rm., din. Use rooms right away. Rent
rm., lv. rm., utility rm machine. St. Joe Furniture.
"-, Fenced in back. yard, nice 227-1251.
neighborhood PhoneSKI BREEZE
227-1731. tfc 7-22
Camping, campers for rent,
day, week or month. On the
� ,- -. Gulf, beach or wooded site.
, " Bill and Renee Schlickman.
Two FOR SALE' G
Sn FOR SALE Res. 229-6105.
Twocommercial.buildings, 22
30'x90' ea. in PSJ on Wil- Rooms for Rent: by day,
liams Ave. currently used week, month. Air cond., TV.
as warehouses. Easily ad- Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Saptable for other 'uses. ReidAve. tfc 7-1
Price $22,000 ea. May be
purchased separately or
together. Call 227-1468 or G A
227-1100. tfc 5-13
YARD SALE: 622 Madison
St., Oak Grove. Friday,
' If you. pick up a starving August 6, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. If
dog and make him' prosper- raining cancelled. tp 8-5
. ous, he will not bite you..
S This is the principal differ- YARD SALE: Saturday,
ence between a man and his August 7, 9:00 a.m., 35th St.,
/- �"doq." Mark Twain
.dog." Mark Twain Mexico Beach. Good selec-
tions.



ERA PARKER
Highway 98 & 3
Mexico Beach
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MEXICO BEACH. Lovely stone and cedar MEXICO BE,
home in the pines. Discriminating buyers move your I
"will apreciale this tastefully decorated table home.
home. 3 bdrms.. 2 ba., great room with nished nclu
cathedral ceiling and fireplace. Some ex- drapes, plar
tras include skylights, ceiling fans, bay win- leresi finance
dow. screened porcn, laundry rm., land- Ave and 3rd
escaped lawn with sprinkler system, etc.
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',; MEXICO BEACH. Fantastic view from Ine MEXICO BEI
.. sundeck of this charming 4 bdrm., 2 ba still wide mobile
house. All fine furnishings. Call for into. on enclosed on
this and other beachside homes and lols. (1 has garde
34th St. utility, cent.
:'- tras and sor

.'; * BEACHSIDE LOTS * GULF
* WETAPPO CREEK LOTS * TAX-S
* COMMERCIAL PROPERTY * CANA

.. they P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate Orena M
: Barbara Sullivan, Associate Rhonda
" After hours 648-5301 Britt Pi
Branch Office - 229-8493



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FOR SALE


Birmingham Stove Com-
pany cool cabinet wood burn-
ing heater. Also 26' fifth wheel
camper. Call 648-8329 for more
information. ltp8-5
GE washing machine, $175;
mesh play pen $20; Sears ceil-
ing fan with light $40; Ig. pro-
pane gas tank, without
regulator $50. Call 227-1364,
1902 Cypress Ave. Itp 8-5
Broyhill couch and chair, in
good condition. $300. Call
227-1689. tp 8-5

Matching sofa and chair,
brown plaid, $75. 19" black
and, white T.V., excel, cond.
$60. M1ay be seen at 401 16th St.
anytime. ltp8-5
14' G.F.I. fiberglass boat
with 40 h.p. Mariner outboard
motor and galvanized tilt
trailer. Priced to sell. Can be
seen at 2102 Cypress Ave. or
call 229-6048. tp 8-5
Silvertone cabinet 21" white
t.v., Ig. antenna, like new,
$125. Phone 648-8486. 35th St.,
Mexico Beach. Itc 8-5
Free Tri-Chem liquid em-
broidery lessons to start soon.
Call to sign up, 229-6784.,
2tp8-5

Two Travel Trailers: One
17' fully self-contained, very
good cond., 73 model, $1995.
One 21' tandem 73 model
Shasta, fully self-contained
$2,595. Phone 763-2468 or
234-3119, Panama City. 2tc 8-5
Baby's car seat, $15; baby
playspen, $20; baby bed $25;
one reg. size bed $100; one 'an-
tique bedroom set, 3-pc. $150.
Call 229-6175. 2tp 7-29


I REALTY


1st Street
, Florida
0-874-5073


(OUTSIDE
FLORIDA)
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ACH. Small down payment will
family into Ihis large, comfort
3 bdrm., 2 ba, completely fur-
ding I.v, stereo, washer, dryer.
nts, lawn mower, etc. Low in.
ing 2 large lots. Corner Florida
St


ACH. Almost new (1981) double
Some wl 1500 sq ft, brick
landscaped lot 3 bdrm . 2 Da
n tubi. la. liv. rm witn fireplace.
h&a/c, carpet, many otner ex-
ne furnishings. 71h St

FRONT LOTS
SHELTER RENTALS
L LOTS

hiller, Associate
Heath, Realtor Associate
ckett, Associate


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.
4tp7-8


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1982 Escort. $500 down and
take over payments. Call for
more information. 227-1573. .
3tc8-5

1971 Camaro, blue,
automatic, console, a.c.,
power' steering, $1,000.
648-5325. ltc 8-5
1974 Ford Pinto station
wagon, auto. transmission,
cold air, $850.648-5807. ltc8-5
1973 VW convertible, am-
fm, 4-spd., steel belted
radials, 35,000 miles, mint
cond. 648-8440. 2tp 7-29
75 Chevy Silverado Super
Custom 4x4, lift it, a.t., big
tires & rims, $3,995.00. 648-
5217.- : - 2tp7-29


SNewspaper 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.
2tc7-29

Saledonia is the ancient-
Roman name for Northern
Scotland and later became
the poetic name for all of
Scotland.,


CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
SERVICE
Tanks Cleaned and
Portelet Service
. 229-8007
CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings - Portraits
Phone229-8922
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1974 Valiant, 4-dr., excel..-- A WW
cond. $1150.00. Call 229-8630 or 2 380 J
639-5888. 2tc7-29, 227-1794 Terry
227-1794 Terry
1980 Jeep CJ5, 258 6 cyl., tfc4-29:
4-spd., warn locking hubs,.
brush guard, denim top, tilt Psychological Services for
steering,, am-fm, 12-15 mud- anyone with problems in day-
ders, white spoke wheels, to-day living. Gulf County
24,000 miles. Call Craig Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
229-8114 day, 229-6302 after 6 227-1145 (24 hours)
p.m. tfc 7-22


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Saguaros, which are huge
cactuses found in Arizona,
are often called "apart-
ment houses of the desert"
because they provide liv-
ing quarters for so many
bird species.


.New Listing: 301 Woodward Ave. 2-
bdrm. house on large lot. Zoned light
commercial or residential. Excellent
investment. $i10000.

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

.3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry home with
carport on, Ig. lot in good neighbor-.
ho6d. Chain 'link fence, around
backyard. $33,500.00.

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

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

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

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


HANNON

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


AVON - To Sell Call
Group Sales Leader
227-1281
2tc 8-5
REMODELING, Old or New,
DRY WALL
Hanging and.Finishing
PAINTING � ROOFING
25 years experience. Free
estimates and work
guaranteed.
Phone 639-2973
3tc 8-5
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
rates. Call Ron Ross at
229-6769. . 4:; tp7-290
Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband :
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
tfc 7-3


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


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!









Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner .
410 ReId Avenue


'ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work - Welding
506 First Street
Phone229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day
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
tfc 4-16
CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6-4


FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F, S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
tfc 1-21

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


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.

SMy work will stand up
under C.P.A. audit.
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Starting my 6th year at
'same location.
S.1l6 Monument Ave.
.- Port St. Joe, .Fa.
Phone 229-8536
WAUNETA'S
Bookkeeping Service
Wauneta Brewer Pat Hohman
Owner A assistant
25tp7-15


REEVES FURNITURE &

REFIIINSHING SHOPPE
1313 Long Avenue * Phone 229-6374
.':Call and Talk to Us Aboit Get-
: ting Your Furniture Refinished
to Look Like'New. We Buy and
Sell Used Furniture.




The Sewing Room
,, " :410 A Reid Avenue -
10 Port St. Joe, Florida

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


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




PAT'S MATS & FRAMES


406 7th Street


* Mexico.Beach, Fla.


Custom Matting & Framing of:
* PAINTINGS * PRINTS.
* PHOTOGRAPHS * NEEDLEWORK

SEE OUR GIFT ITEMS
INCLUDING SHELL PRINTS, NOTE CARDS,
FINE ART SAND DOLLARS &
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS IN WATERCOLORS & PASTELS

OPEN Wed. hru Sat. - 9 a.m. *7 p.m. EST
Sunday - 1 p.m. 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Member Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914


Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M.,E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720 -
C. R. SMITH & SON
* Backhoe * Dozer * Root
Rake * Front-end Loader
Road Building * Lot Clear-
ing * Septic Tanks
* Drain Fields e Hauling
Rt.3,BoxA1C
Port St. Joe, Florida
Phone 229-6018
26te 3-18


STANLEY WASZCZAK
, CARPENTER
Good Work - Fair Price
SPhone 648-5226
4tc7-8

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


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

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


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


kills bugs for
up to six months,

and saves you about $100 yearly
in costly.pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe. Florida


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CARPET
STEAM CLEANING
Living Room "n" Hall
$2995
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


SERVICES


Upright freezer $250;
gasoline tank $250. Phone
229!8616. 2tp7-29
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
28' custom built Royal
Coachman travel trailer, self-
contained. $4,500 firm. Phone
648-8982. tfc 7-8


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