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 Material Information
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 12, 1982
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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USPS 518-880

FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 50


T HE , ,SAR


Industry -Deep Water Port Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 19n2


After 5 Years of Promises



Hwy. 71 Gets Top


Work started on Monday of this week,
resurfacing Highway 71 south from Wewa-
hitchka to Cypress Creek, five miles north
of White City.
Interests in Gulf County have been
trying for at least five years to get the road
re-surfaced In the meantime, the surface
had deteriorated to the point where the
highway was nothing but patches for long '
stretches.
Gulf Asphalt Company is the paving
contractor performing the work on the
road.
The stretch of road being surfaced in
Gulf County will be widened two feet on
each side and have a new cap of asphalt
put down. The work is expected to take
approximately six months to complete.
It was announced late last year that the
road would get some attention after years
of trying and promises that it would be
done. The announcement said the work


would begin around the first of the year,
but delays of one sort or another has put the
project back to this month.
Highway 71 runs all the way through
Gulf County, north and south and connects
the county with Highway 90 near Marian-
na. Most of the highway is in a sad state of
repair, with several stretches having been
repaired by re-surfacing some six years
ago. The worst portions of the highway, for
its complete length, were scheduled for
re-surfacing under thi' current program,
leaving several stretches of the road which
are getting old, but still in fairly good
shape.
r The DOT said Gulf County is using up
all of its primary road money for several
years in the re-surfacing work now being
done on 71.
The picture at left shows equipment
just getting to work on the road. ,
-Star photo
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Ask for Total Ban Against Draggin


Sportsmen and private citizens of to pick up scallops and by environ- th
the Port St. Joe area are again rising in mentalists who claimed the dragging J M
protest to drags being used to harvest activities were ruining the bottom of i
scallops in St. Joseph Bay. The same the bay. As a result of the protest at that ' sa
group of people are in the process of time, the Bay was closed to drag 4a
having petitions signed, opposing the -scalloping during the summer months. th
practice and asking for prohibitions What ignited the latest o . ion ou
.against the practice in the bay. against the drags is that e,ain. ,. co
Gulf. County Commissioner, El- on August 1, and the,.ags c ea
dridge Money.brought the wishes of the legally used again in a portion. se
petition gatherers to the County Board Bay, while the southern half, wil
meeting Tuesday, making their wishes Marine Sanctuary, is closed yeas
known and asking the Commission to to drags by virtue of its sane
officially send resolutions. of recom- status. The petitioners claim the d?.
mendations to the la- are still filtering over into the sanctu- th
tion in the Legisla . .. to 'the ." ary area and ruining thl' grassed in the , th
.Department of Natural Reso.rce, bottom of the Bay all over. of
: asking that the Pay -be -hlpl.ed'to Money said the Marine Patrol mit
. - ucallpinwih.drags yar-ud.. people say the language of the "lw is wN
m'.tr s r a -raisip e a Ueh i A ak
, arage y, thosevho liWed i against a scallop dragger. Too, most of an



Deputy Saves C

STuesday morning, Val- Gulf County's Sheri
erie nearly died. deputies -get training
According to witnesses, CPR as part of th
she was riding as a passen- preparation for their jol
ger with her brother on a protecting and saving li
go-cart when the cart in the county.
struck a tree, tossing Because Deputy
;V, alerie into the steering Johnson paid attention
wheel and injuring her. the classes, little thr
.,' - . Valerie's parents carried year-old Valerie Han
-, her into the house, placing daughter ot Mr. and M
..'?..' .her on the couch, where she William Hanna of Bea,
, -B t stopped breathing. The Hill, is still a lively li
S . frantic parents began call- girl for her parents
ing for the ambulance and enjoy, rather than a tra
Deputy Joe Johnson any help they could get. statistic today.


e drags operate at night and elude the
marine Patrol.
'Commissioner James Tankersley
ilathe group met with Representative
imes Harold Thompson who sympa-
ized'with.the complaints but pointed
It there was nothing the Legislature
ild do at this time, since it would be
rly next year before they were in
ssion again.
Tankersley said, "Our meeting
nnnM, ,h ....,hn , n....nnt h..r


northern half in certain months of the
year.
In the meantime, Commissioner
Billy Branch suggested the Board set
up public hearings on the matter to get
the feeling of the public "In plenty of


g Scallop

time for us to'suggest new legislation
prior to the meeting of the Legislature
next year". Branch said, "We have
plenty of time to be sure what the will of
the people is in this matter."
Meanwhile, there presently is no


s In Bay.

dragging allowed in St. Joseph Bay
south of a line which runs from the Port
St. Joe City Limits line diagonally
across the Bay to Eagle Harbor. The
area south of this line is the estuarine
sanctuary in the Bay.


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Johnson was the first to
arrive on the scene. He
noticed the child was begin-
ning to turn blue and
wasn't breathing. He im-
mediately started CPR,
reviving the child.
. Jomnson said, "Don't say
I did anything spectacular.
I'..only did what anyone
.would do with a little child
in trouble. I only did what I
Sktew how to do".
Valerie and her parents
are probably grateful that
Deputy Joe "knew how".


RuinsofDave's Bar in Wewahitchka are roped off by law to arson.
enforcement agencies who are searching the ruins for clues


:County Drops Proposal

r Hi landf ew ite'


Gulf County won't solve its
land fill operations problems
by placing a land fill area
behind Highland View, ac-
dording to County Commis-
sioner Billy Branch. Branch,
said the county had just as
well save their time and
money in trying to get the area
approved and made a motion
Tuesday to immediately stop
any efforts to gain approval
for the proposed site as a land
fill. area.
In' making his motion,
Branch stated, "There: are
areas in the vicinity, further
north, which are higher in
elevation and more secluded
from residential areas'which
would, in my mind, serve the
county better as a land fill
area". Branch pointed out the
county was just before having
an organized protest against
the proposed' site east of
Highland View, near the Gulf
County Canal, designated as a
land fill area.
Pest Control Department
head, Doug Kent, who also
heads up' the land fill opera-
tions for the county, observed,
"Whatever you decide to do,
we must do it, because I have
'only room enough for about
six months of garbage burying
left in the present land fill
before we have to shut it down.
Then, our only alternative will
be to haul it all the way to
Buckhorn (an area north of


Wewahitchka near the Cal-
houn County line).
Trying to locate a suitable
land fill site which will meet
Department of Environmental
Regulation has been a cause
for agonizing by the County
Commission for nearly five
years now, with little success
to meeting the problem
AIR CONDITIONING
The Gulf County Commis-
sion' will now get to 'the
problem of doing something
about the air conditioning in
the Courthouse (or lack of air
conditioning).
The system, necessary to
the building year-round be-
cause of the way it is built, is
operating on a wing and a
prayer and has been since
nearly two years ago.
At the meeting Tuesday,
Charley Presley, building cus-
todian, said only one of four of
the air conditioning compres-
sors are now working proper-
ly, with one working fairly
well and another leaking. The
fourth unit hasn't operated for
several years.
The Courthouse uses a gas
operated chiller system,
which controls temperature in
the building year-round. The
system is now 16 years old and
according to Presley, has
been improperly maintained
in the past. Presley says
(Continued on Page 8)


Almost 100% Sure F




Dave s Bar Fire Arson


After experiencing five fires of mysterious origin in the
last two years, and evidence found in ap investigation of the
premises Tuesday, Sheriff Ken Murphy told The Star he has
to go under the assumption that arson was the cause of the


Sheriff Ken Murphy and. Investigator Charlie Hill look
through the charred remains for signs and clues pointing
toward arson. -Star photo


burning of Dave'stBar in Wewahitchka last Friday morning.
Sheriff Murphy said the mysterious fires started
happening in December 1980, when a mobile home occupied
by Doris McDaniel, one of the principals in the Dave's Bar,
Inc., firm, burned. The mobile home was parked adjacent to
the building which contained the bar operation. Then in
February, 1981, the building occupied by the business, on the
west side of Highway 71, burned to the ground during the
night.after closing hours from unknown causes, expected at
the time to be arson. This building was a new modern
structure which the business had occupied for a shor ..e.
In July 1981, the old Daves Bar building - the one which
burned Friday morning - caught fire and was damaged. The
cause of that fire was never determined. In October, the
same year, a fire started in the ceiling of the same building
over the ladies' rest room, but was put out before it could
cause serious damage.. The cause of this fire was not
determined. Friday night, the fifth fire struck the business,
sometime during the night after closing hours, and burned :
the building to the ground.
Sheriff Murphy and Investigator Charlie Hill were'joined :
Tuesday morning by State Fire Marshal investigator Dewey
Yates to look over the burned building thoroughly. Sheriff
Murphy said, "We have to think it's arson. I'm almost 100
percent sure the cause of the blaze was arson because it
started in an area where there was nothing to cause a fire to
start". Murphy said he, Hill and Yates found several pieces
of evidence in the fire remains which they intend to use in
their continued investigation..
"We. are going to continue our investigation of this
matter, which gets more complicated the more we look into 1
it", Murphy said. He was particularly referring to ownership
of the business and its beverage license and possible motives
for burning the building.
The building was discovered on fire about 4:00 a.m,,
Friday morning, when a passing motorist noticed smoke -
billowing out from under the roof eaves. The Wewahitchka:
Fire Department was called to the fire, but lack of a fire
hydrant caused the fire department difficulties with the
blaze, having to leave it periodically to go after more'water.
The building has been used for a bar and grill fbr many
years. A few years ago, a new building, which also burned,.:.,
was built across the street. When it burned, the old location::
was extensively renovated and remodeled before it was':.
re-opened last year.


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TRIM Notices


Go Out FridayR

:Appraisal Ros OK

Gulf County has officially had its property
valuations approved for fiscal year 1982-83,.according to.
SJoyce Williams, Property Appraiser for Gulf 'County..
,The assessments were presented to the State. Revenue
Department on July I of this year for their official
approval, as required by Florida law, in anticipation for
levying taxes by the various taxing bodies throughout
.the county.
The approved property assessment roll is valued at
5226,497,265, or an increase of $43,000,000 over last year's
valuations.
The approval of the property appraisal came just in
time to make the figures on the TRIM notices, going out
Friday, definite figures. All taxing bodies in the county
have certified a mill rate in anticipation to the TRIM
notices being sent out, but prior to the notice from
Tallahassee this past week, when official approval was
-given, the figures were tentative or subject to change..
Williams said the TRIM notices will be sent out
Friday by her office for the County Commission, on
schedule. She said property owners have up to 25 days to.
file any complaints or objections they may have with
their appraisal or valuations..
TRIM notices were sent out for the first time iast tax
Year, and contain information for the property owner as
to the amount of his property appraisal, what his taxes
'were last year, what they would be this year if there was
to be no c-ange in tax millage and what your taxes are
estimated to be based on tentative millage rates already
proposed by the taxing bodies.
Williams said the Revenue Department said Gulf
SCounty's assessment rolls had progressed a long way
toward achieving an equitable assessment throughout
the state.
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Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, Aug. 12, 1982


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Drainage Is A



Major Problem

n it gets hot, you think of year to do almost anything we want
Dn the air conditioner. in the way of landscaping or
n it gets cold, you fire up the gardening. As a rule, we have plenty
ar to get warm again, of rain.
n a dry spell comes along, We also have plenty of problems
11 on the Lord to send rain. with rain in that we have no place for
;he least of our thoughts it to drain to, and no slanted
dry spell is whether or not landscapes to make the water drain
a drainage problem. As a to those places we don't have for it to
of fact, we might get go.
s during a dry spell and do Gulf County is mostly flat as a
ndscaping or make some table-top, which doesn't make for
to our home which further very effective drainage. Most of the
es our drainage problems, county is less than 10 feet above sea
when it rains. .. When it level, which also causes most of the
all think about drainage, problem we have with our water
r covers up that patio, cuts problems.
through that new flower or Unlikely as it may seem, the
Garden, drowns those new water problems we have here when
ies so lovingly planted out it rains were not contrived by
rner of the fence. I anybody. With our topography being
Sit rains, all our supplica- what it is, we get the problems with
rain ceases. Suddenly, it is no effort at all.
y that we perform some Draining rainwater here in Gulf
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Here in Gulf County, about the only
ing which won't run is State Highway
,and it has been at a crawl for several
ars. As a matter of fact, it's fast
preaching the unusable stage. Sure-


"The Guinness Book of
World Records" is the world's
best selling copyrighted book.
The Bible, the all-time best
seller, is not copyrighted. The
Guinness Book therein refer-
red to as TGBOWR) has sold
more than 42 million copies.
Folks, that's a lot of paper!


Cypress Creek.
Highway 71 was scheduled to have
re-surfacing begin the first of the year,
but here it is the eighth month. That's
not too late, considering.


Have you ever read
TGBOWR? If not, you should
try it sometimes. I'm not
suggesting you go out and buy
one, because I think you would
be throwing your money
away. It's not that I think it's a
badly written book, or not
worthy of print, it's just that


Trees Nature's


Coolers ----

Trees are Mother Nature's
air conditioners.
If you have them in the right
places to shade your house or
mobile home, you'll save
dollars and gain mental and
physical comfort from now
until the cool of Fall. i


tadoor actviry whicn calls or ary Counry is one or me most expensive If you do not have trees
weather. The rain creates mud things we do, since we must take shading the sun off roof and
which is tracked in the house on the such extra pains at the job of sides of your residence, now is
et of the kids or the old man. Rain drainage to get any success at all. the time to find the spots to
plant them during the coming
iddenly begins to surge through About the only thing we can do winter.
ir new porch, flooding the pretty with rainwater is grit our teeth, do The Florida Division of
.w carpet we have just put down to the best we can with the remedies Forestry, Department of Agri-
ake a comfortable indoor-outdoor we have at our disposal (which are culture and Consumer Ser-
fect for us and our friends to enjoy. very few) and hope that it doesn't vices, has for years advocated
shade trees as energy savers.
- When it rains, rain is a problem. rain too long at any one time. If arious studies in Florida and
ben it doesn't rain, there are no there was a definite answer to our elsewhere have shown that
bblems except when it doesn't rain drainage problems 'here in Gulf tree-shaded houses can be
ng enough. County, someone could immediately eight or more degrees cooler
Here in Port St. Joe and most of make an instant hefo of himself. than those without shade. And
the difference may be two or
ulf County, we are blessed with But, we all keep trying, even three times greater in manu-
lequate rainfall each and every though the task seems hopeless. factured housing.
You will want to shade the
south and west sides of the
/ S residence against the sun. In
SFlorida's part of the world,
those are the sides where the
rays come blasting straight in
We're sure there are those about We would hate. to think all this with maximum heat.
Plant trees that grow new
who have grumbledgand mumbled, g.od"ay odut.was.,goin to -- leaves each spring and d~ip
er the federal government giving' teli~ffodtuffs them in the fall. This will &ive
ray all that cheese "they have i- n panch M lf you a green screen in summer
ended out free this year. on the government's hands. We but let in the warming rays in
� We're just as sure there are would have favored a program winter. And in northern parts
of Florida, you may also want
ose who have gone into a fit- of which didn't allow the cheese to pile to install evergreen trees
stacy over the thought of those up in the first place, but since we along the northern sides of the
or people getting some delicious, have it and it is binding us, we think residence to shield against the
tritious cheese to munch on and it best that it be given to someone to chilling winds of winter. South
se their hunger pains. eat. Florida has so few cold snaps
We don't feel the free cheese We would hate to see those as more troublemiht than wort
as more trouble than worth.
is instrumental in heading off mountains of cheese and butter, If you are interested in.
irvation anywhere, but we do which have recently become a glut growing some of Nature's air
prove of the federal government on the market, burned like potatoes conditioners, you can pick out
ring it away to those who need it were not so many years ago, when the right spots this summer by
installing longish stakes or
d can use it to good advantage, they became too plentiful, poles at likely spots, then
We especially like the way the We hate to see anything wasted, observing the direction and
re-away is being handled. There so even if some of the cheese gets in movement of the shadows at
e no beaureaucratic organizations the hands of those who don't need it, different times of the day. Add
ing formed for the strict purpose we would still rather see it eaten allowances for future limb
growth and you'll get a good
administering cheese. The food is than thrown away. idea of where to put them.
'en away by volunteer help, using Gulf County got in on this free Consult a nursery operator
ople who know those who need the cheese program some time after or other tree expert as to the
eese. The big cheese give-away is other counties did, but we're glad to kinds of trees that will grow
)bably being handled as properly see they are making it available best at your residence.
Energy savings are indispu.
any such program could be under a distribution system which table; the amount will vary
ndled. will see it put to good use. but can be substantial.


Soom Sayers

�=71 PICKED UP MY "Newsweek"
-," magazine last week agd read, with thi
'r: wterest, an article which was written 71,
Oh. the decaying public services in the ye
. tTled States. According to the article, ap
oUr roads, Interstate system, public
f 'tjisportation, water, sewer, public
i buildings, railroads, etc., were all
falling apart. The world doesn't contain
t9i amount of money the article said
l Wild be necessary to put all these
s vicess back in first-class shape again.
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- HERE IN GULF County, we have
had a hard time of it at times, keeping
on public services in tip-top and
S sviceable shape, but somehow or
f" er, we have managed to keep
everything together so far. We get a ly,
ltle put out with our State Department hit
of: Transportation at times about ha,
leping up our main arteries and tod
giving us roads to maintain we don't
think are our responsibilities, but, by chi
~id large, we manage. By the way, We
feral and state DOT's are the public Gu
Services which are in the biggest wil
double, according to the article. wa


specifically for that job, are still sound
and serving well. Public water mains in
New York City, some of which have
been down more than 100 years, are still
sounder than a dollar. The writer had


ETAOIN'SHRDL U

By: Wesley R. Ramsey


the road between here and Wewa-
chka was better way back when you
d to ford Cypress Creek than it is
lay.
Even that situation is beginning to
range. I was up in Wewahitchka last
Idnesday afternoon and noticed that
lf Asphalt Company, the firm which
I resurface the highway, has put out
ring signs of construction ahead at


Back to our world falling apart
IT WAS INTERESTING TO note
that the public services or buildings
catching the most serious criticism in
the "Newsweek" article were projects
which were built in recent years from
the low bid. Those facilities which have
been there for years, built to last,
sometimes with public labor hired'


fears that the old facilities were
becoming out-dated and over-taxed as
to capacity, but they are still operating
well
It was interesting to note that the
most trustworthy public transportation
still operating were the cable cars of
California and the electric train system
of New York City, invented and
inaugurated by Thomas Edison back


your mind can only assimilate
just so many facts on the
biggest, smallest, longest,
most,. least, first, fastest,
slowest, oldest, youngest, etc.
It might be a good reference
book if one is inclined to
arguing a lot or has difficulty
making conversation. For an
evening of relaxation and
reading, it stinks.
There are some extremes
that are worthy of notation.
For instance, if you wanted to
know who made the largest
sundae in the world, you'


simply turn to the s's and find
that the seniors of Troy, Ohio,
High School hold that distin-
guished record. On June 8,
1980, these enterprising yong
folks made a sundae 15 feet
high. It took 10,808 pounds of
strawberry ice cream, 180
pounds of strawberries, 100
pounds of nuts and 16 gallons
of whipped topping. It took
more than 50 students to
concoct that monster,. and
they did it in a half hour. The
30,000 people at the strawber-
ry festival ate it in less than 10
minutes.
Folks, that's some informa-
tion worth knowing! You can
never tell when it might come
in handy.
How about pogo slick jump-
ing? I'll bet you never thought
much about that. Well, it could
be critical information you
could need so I'm going to tell
you about it.


before the turn of the century.
Public transportation initiated
since World War II is in tatters and.
highly inefficient.
That should tell you something.
ONE THING IT TELLS ME is that
this same problem is affecting all of our
nation, from production to consuming
goods.
There was a time a few years ago
when American made products sold
because they were built with pride by
their workers and they were built to
last.
Such isn't the case any more. Our
public facilities aren't the only thing
decaying away.
In printing machinery alone, when
I first purchased The Star nearly 30
years ago, the only printing machinery
one ever heard of was made by
American factories. If a press, a
typesetter, a stitcher, a saw, type,
supplies, whatever, was made out of the
United States, American printers would
not buy it because it couldn't meet the
standards. American printing machin-


Jeff Kane of Oak Lawn,,
Illinois, holds the record for
the greatest number of jumps
on a pogo stick. That young
gentleman jumped 120,715
times in 16 hours and 12
minutes. How about that tasty
morsel of important informa-
tion?
There are others of equal
importance like the most shoe
shines, hopscoth marathon,
total number of elephant eggs
eaten, most suicide attempts
(without success, so far) and
the man that has fathered the
most children. (There's a
hero.),
Important and necessary
facts like these are readily
available in TGBOWR. If
statistics like these are im-
portant to you I suggest you
run out and buy, one. On the
other hand, if you are like me
and most people I know, you
might pose the following ques-
tion: Who cares???


"Cat-Tails" by I illie -Star Photo


ery stood up and operated for over a
half a century with no problem at all.
The Star still owns two pieces of. this
quality built machinery which operates
smoothly and without problem every
day.
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IF WE START HUNTING the
reason why our public services are
decaying we would probably have to
look no further than the condition of the
people.
Just last week, I saw in the paper
where George Burns, age 87, was
named one of the 10 most sexy men in
the world by "Playgirl" magazine.
When a magazine with such
a raunchy outlook on life picks an
87-year-old man as one of its 10 most
sexy, it's time for the young men to
start taking stock of their own
condition. Maybe they, too, like our
buildings, etc., are decaying and falling
apart.
If "Playgirl" comes out with
George Burns in its centerfold in the
buff, we can all sing the blues, because
that will mean we are really in trouble.


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 12
August 13
August 14
August 15
August 16
August 17
August 18
August 19


High Ht. Low Ht.
613 1.5 1646 .3
652 1.7 1742 .1
745 1.9 1834 .0
840 2.0 1929 -.1
940 2.1 2026 -.1
1039 2.1 2115 -.1
1138 2.0 2212 .1
1231 1.9 2257 .3


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PAGE THREE


Chopper Available for



Local Life Flight Service


rew members pose with the Life Flight helicopter.
`,tweb'isps i lf


Tallahassee Memorial Regional Me-
dical Center, Inc.,, and Gulf Pines
Hospital have jointly announced a
helicopter ambulance service for this
area.
Identified as LIFE FLIGHT, the
service utilizes a brand new Bell Long
Ranger II helicopter, flown by pilots
experienced in rotary wing aircraft.
The chopper is powered by a 500
horsepower engine, can carry two
highly skilled paramedics, trained in
Advanced Life Support techniques, and
may transport up to two patients.
Tallahassee Memorial's LIFE FLIGHT
will serve a 100 mile radius.
The aircraft has constant two way
radio communication with the Trauma
Center of Tallahassee Memorial, where
physicians are on duty around the clock
aiding the treatment of patients by the
paramedics while the aircraft speeds
toward the hospital. : ,
According to Rand Wortman, local
administrator, emergency helicopter
transport can. be requested by physi-


cians, ambulance services, law en-
forcement agencies or the hospital,
whenever it is felt a patient's condition
is critical enough- to transport to a
regional medical center. The chopper
and crew are on standby around the
clock at Tallahassee Memorial and can
be airborne within four minutes after a
call for help is received.
The craft cruises at 140 miles per
hour, with the .average flight time
between Tallahassee Memorial and
Port St.:Joe being approximately 40
minutes.
LIFE FLIGHT spokesperson, Ron
SBrafford, said this new service official-
ly began on August 8th.
The helicopter requires a minimum
60' x 60' landing area, free from trees
and other obstructions, for daylight
flights and-almost double that size for
night time operations. Area ambulance
: crews and law enforcement personnel
will be trained in selecting and
:preparing landing zones for the air-
craft.


Orientation for New Hi School Students


All 7th grade students and
all new students entering Port





OWENS, Jr


St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School this
fall and their parents, are
invited to participate in orien-
tation activities beginning
with a general assembly in the
Commons Area of the high
school at 9:00 a.m., Thursday,
August 19.

OBITUARY:


K.A. Creech

Taken by


Kenneth A. Creech, Sr., 77,
passed away Monday morning
at Bay Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Creech was the owner and
operator of Creech Laundry
and Alterations for many
years. He had resided in Port
St. Joe for nearly 40 years. He
.was aChief Warrant Officer in
'the United States Navy,.and
w. nmjbeirof the V.F.'.
T Survivors,-include: his son,
Kenneth A. Creech, Jr. of
, Panamna City; and two sisters,
'Ila Mae Dillard of Jackson-
ville, and Francis C. Jones of
Pensacola.
Services were held Wednes-
day at 10:30 A.M. at Gilmore
Funeral Home with Reverend
Baugh of the First Assembly
of God Church, Durago Park,
officiating. Burial was in the
Dothan City Cemetery of
Dothan, Alabama.
All services were under the
direction of Gilmore Funeral
Home.


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Port St. Joe, Flb.


The administration and fa-
culty will be introduced, and
general school information
will be discussed, as well as
the daily school schedule,
senior privileges and athle-
'tics.
At 9:30 students will have a
brief homeroom at which time
they will receive their, sche-
dule cards and report to each
of their classes for 10 minutes.
Cheerleaders will be available


to assist students in. finding
their rooms. During this time
parents will have an oppor-
tunity to talk with teachers.
At 11:30 buses will depart.
Bus schedules for orientation
will be as follows:
Mexico Beach, 8:00 a.m.
ED, Hide Away Harbor, Shop-
ping Center, Fiesta Store;
Beacon Hill, 8:15 ET, one
block off 98 at corner of 386,


Seminar Held


for Graham


Campaigners


The Graham-Mixson Cam- members of the campaign
paign for re-election 'is well staff.
underway with a very opto- Attending the seminar from
mistic outlook toward the Port St. Joe were: Eddie
November election. The.com- -,Creamrer,, County Campaign
.nitte.for -the- re-election of Manager;,JulieCreame- apd
Graham and- Mixson.:held a Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shoe-
two day training seminar in maker.
Tampa on July 30 and 31 with in Saturday, a luncheon
campaign workers and volun- was held for Governor Gra-
teers statewide. The event ham and Lt. Governor Mix-
culminated with a luncheon son. In his remarks to the
for Governor Bob Graham and group, Lt. Governor Mixson
Lt. Governor Wayne Mixson. told of the awesome responsi-
The meeting was held at the ability of being entrusted by the
Hall of Fame Inn which is the people of the state to govern
home of the NFL Tampa Bay the people of the state, and the
Bucaneers. After introduction desire of the Graham-Mixson
of the campaign staff, training team to meet and learn the
sessions were held on fund- concerns and opinions of
raising, media operation, elec- every individual in the state.
tion laws, targeting, and voter Governor Graham began his
persuasion. These sessions address by describing some of
were conducted by various his work days and the great
impact that actually working
Air an Byrd with the people of Florida has
AirmaIB yhad upon him. He pointed out
the gains that the state has
Assigned IO made under the leadership of
his administration. Gains such
Keesler AFB as the creation of over 100,000
S C . new jobs throughout the state,
Airman Clarence W. Byrd, and the fact that Florida now
son ofLola M. Byrd of Tampa, ranks number one in the
and David L. Byrd of Port St. United States as having the
Joe, has been assigned to more favorable environment
Keesler Air Force Base. for new business and industry.
Miss., after completing Air The Governor also aluded to
Force basic training. the decrease in crime in the
During the six weeks at state.during his administra-
Lacklahd Air Force Base, tion. n concluding his ad-
Texas, the airman studied the . ,drssn Governord Graham
Air Force mission, oiganiza-
Ation and customs and received pointed out that there are still
ion and customs and received .many ways for the state and
special training in human its people to make important
relations. advances in the future,, and
In addition, airmen who that he wias as comrrmitted now
complete basic training earn as he ever was to working for
credits toward an associate Florida."
degree in applied science When asked what hethought
through the Community Col-
through the Community Col- the hardest job in the nation to
lege of theAir Force. be, the Governor of Missis-
The airman will now receive e o n-
specialized instruction in the sippi replied, "Being Govern-
specialized instruction ini or of Mississippi is the hardest
air rations field. job inMississippi. But being

hardest job in the country."
R w IRANIK Governor Graham and Lt.
Governor Mixson will con-
, tinue to meet the challenge of
managing the unlimited :re-.
sources of 'our state, and-
" - .through their leadership ,will
Fairbanks,. Alaska, is the 'guide the state on.a course
closest city in North Ameri- that is beneficial to all her
ca to the Arctic Circle. citizens.


NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor

SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................... 9 9:30A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ............. ..... ..11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ........... ....... 6:00P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
.Man Our Brother"


block off 98 at 4th st.;
Port St. Joe, 8:20 ET, Ave. A
stops- Apollo, North Garri-
son, Battle, Battle and Ave. C,
Battle and Ave. E, Main and
Ave. F, Main and Ave. D,
Main and Ave. B;
White City, 8:25 ET, High-
way 71 near Baptist Church,
Highway 71 near store at the
bridge;
Highland View, 8:35 ET,
Highland View School, High-
land View Baptist Church;


St. Joe Beach, 8:25 ET, All
stops are on Alabama Street,
Ward, Columbus, Pineda, Sel-
ma, and Pine.
Persons desiring transpor-
tation residing at Rustic
Sands, Overstreet, -Simmons
Bayou, Indian Pass, Howards
Creek must call. the School
Board Office by August 16 to
request a stop.
Students will be returned
following the morning's activi-
ties.


M. T. Mustian, Tallahassee Memori-'
al's President, said "we are pleased to
join in this cooperative effort to provide
the finest emergency medicine care
possible for the citizens of this area. We
are confident that due to the speed with
which patients will be transported,
lives that might have otherwise been
lost can be saved by hospital emer-
gency teams. The helicopter proved
its value in saving the lives of our
fighting men in combat, and we
estimate approximately 75 lives will be
saved by Tallahassee Memorial's LIFE
FLIGHT in the first year of operation."


"The helicopter will not rep
ground ambulances," said Wortr
"but rather will serve in a sup
capacity. Not every situation requ
the speed of airborne evacuation,
those that do will get it."
The helicopter is contracted
Tallahassee Memorial Regional M
cal Center, Inc., with Coastal Avi
of Tallahassee.


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' uzanne Lynn Hammock pearled to the Fren
and Gary Dewayne White veiling that flowed to
jvre united in marriage at, length.
'1: p.m. Saturday, July 17 at The bride carried a
First Baptist Church of ing bouquet of wh
ort St. Joe. Rev. Howard denias, lilies, and'peti
S riownig performed the cere- punctuated with laver
ony. white starlight gys
The bride, daughter of Mr. framed by silk foilagE
iad Mrs. Bill Hammock of and flowing imported
O prt St. Joe, graduated from lace streamers.
S Port .St. Joe High School in Miss Jan Hammoc
S 978 and received a degree in of the bride, served as
; y teams Science from the honor. Bridesmaids w
S University of West Florida. Sarah Hammock,
S Her grandmother is Mrs. law of the bride, a
Jessie Mae Shirley of Port St. Julane McFarland.
r pe, and Mrs. Margaret Yuill, The attendants wer
Lafayette, Ind. in lavender gowns
"' " 'The bridegroom is the son of The fitted bodice w
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne White, ghetti straps was adc
" also of Port St. Joe. Gary matching ruffled
graduated from Port St. Joe Complementing the
High School in 1978 and is the attendants wore w
employed' with the Florida gloves and a ring o
Highway Patrol in Bradenton. breath in their hair.
His grandmother is Mrs. Brandy White, niece
Berlie Palmer of Bonifay. groom, served as flo
Nuptial nusic was perform- She wore a white dbtt
ed'by Mrs.' Charles Watson, dress accented with
..organist,' and Mrs. David der sash.
S Fernandez, soloist. The bride's mother
. Presented in marriage by lavender street length
,i er parents and escorted by crepe. The groom's
ber father, the bride descend- wore a pink street len|
. edthe aisle in a traditional of knit.
w. hite wedding gown styled Wayne White, fath
from voile. The modified groom, served as be
. coop neck adorned in Rachel Groomsmen were M
.tr .'lace continued to the French Guy White, brothers
s';-' leeves bordered with match- groom. Matthew Wi
ing lace. The fitted bodice phew of the groom, s
S. continued to the Elizabethean ring bearer.
tqrso which accented the Immediately follow
demi-belle silhouette skirt ac- ceremony, a recept
cented by a ruffle flounce hosted by the bride's
which encircled to form the in the church soci
chapel length train. During the reception
For her headpiece, the bride Rushing and Lori Mo
" chose an original white Vic- ed the bride's cake;
torian hat designed from a and Tracy Jenkins, c
. blend of alencon-type and the groom, served
Bussels lace which sparingly Tony Graham and


ynn Hammock and


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fingertip
cascad-
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under and
sophelia,
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of voile.
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parents
ial hall.
n Linda
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Deneen
cousins of
punch;
I David


Barton .served the groom's
cake;, Susie White served as
hostess.
Mrs.;,Charlotte Pierce di-
rectedthe wedding.'
Following a trip to North
'Carolina, the couple will re-
side in Bradenton.
Pre-nuptial parties included
a linen shower hosted by
Julane arid Cathy McFarland
on June'8.


A miscellaneous shower was
hosted by Mrs. Peggy Hea-
cock, Mrs. Alice Bowen, Mrs.
Cleo Gunn, Mrs. Dottie White,
Mrs. Doris Presnell, Mrs.
Louis Parker, Mrs. Peggy
McFarland, Mrs: Rena Huie,
and Mrs. Elsie Bowman on
July 1 at the First Baptist
Church.
A luncheon was given by
Mrs. B. R. Gibson, Jr. in her
"home on July 14th.


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Church Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dewayne White
Port St. Joe, Florida
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Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr.,
Regent, and Mrs. William S.
Quarles, Jr., Registrar, St.
Joseph Bay Chapter Daught-
ers of the American Revolu-
tion attended the regular
meeting of the Panama City
Genealogical Society at the
Bay County Library, Tuesday,
August 3.
The programm was on the use
of DAR indexes in genealogi-
cal .research.
The DAR is a patriotic,
educational and historical so-
ciety whose members have
validated their lineage to a
soldier ancestor who fought in
the American Revolution or a
patriot who contributed in
another way (equipment,
food, money, etc.) to the cause
of American independence.
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Ceremony Unites Stacey Lynn


Tharpe and Ernest C. Bryan III


On June 26,.1982, at 5 o'clock
in the evening, Stacey Lynn
Tharpe and, Ernest Council
Bryan, III, were married at
the First United Methodist
Church in Port St. Joe. The
Reverend Sidney Ellis per-
formed, the double-ring cere-
mony. :Mrs. George Duren,
organist, played the couple's
chosen selections and Mrs.
Randy Parker, soloist, sang
"The Rose", and "Walk Hand
In Hand"
The bride is the daughter of,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G.
Tharpe of Port St Joe. The
grandparents of the bride are
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Also-
brook of Panama City, and
Mrs. Roy C Tharpe and the
late Roy C. Tharpe of Port St.
Joe.
The groom's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Bryan,
Jr. of Port St. Joe. The groom
is the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Newell of
Apalachicola, and Mrs. Er-
nest C. Bryan, Sr. and the late
Ernest C. Bryan, Sr. of
Cacrabelle.
The bride, given in marri-
age by her parents, was


escorted by her father to the
altar, which was banked with
brass candelabra and flanked
by two large wicker baskets
holding a mixed bouquet of
lavender mums, pink carna-
tions, blue delphinium and
assorted greenery. Miss
Tharpe chose a gown of
traditional elegance. It was
portrayed by the three-dimen-
.sional venise lace, point d'e-
sprit, wedgewood lace, and
sheerganza. The fitted bodice
was accentuated by a Queen
Ann neckline and sheer bishop
sleeves with an exquisite
design of three-dimensional
venise lace Five tiers of lace
created her full skirt and
cathedral length train. To
complete Stacey's bridal en-
semble, she wore a white
picture hat -trimmed with
pearls and finished in back
with illusion She carried a full
cascade of soft pink, white and
lavender sweetheart roses,
interspersed with dainty
beads, greenery and gypsophi-
lia.
Miss Joanne Freeman serv-
ed as maid of honor, and
bridesmaids were Mrs. Randy


Parker, Miss Leslie Costin,
Miss Kathy Yates, Miss Tif-
fany Swatts, Mrs. Chuck
Tharpe, and Miss Angie Bry-
an. The Junior bridesmaid
was Jill Bryan and serving as
flower girl was Casey White.
Ring bearer was Jeff Player.
Her maids adorned her side
in identical gowns in rosette; A
soft flounce which was worn
off their shoulders extended to
a fitted bodice, highlighted
with a gathered cummerbund
type band. A large flounce.
around the hemline formed an
old fashioned bustle back.'
Complementing the color
scheme, the maids carried
arm bouquets of mixed flow-
ers.
Mr. Bryan chose as his best
man his father, Mr. Ernest
Council Bryan, Jr. His/
groomsmen were Mr. Ashley
Abrams, Mr. Jake Tankers-
ley, Mr. Chuck Tharpe, :Mr,
Chris Adkison, Mr. Donnie
Guillott, Mr. Randy Raffield.
Ushers were Mr. Collin John-
son and Mr. Mitchell Burke.
The bride's parents hosted a
reception in the social hall
following the ceremony. A
brass punch fountain was the
focal point with large palms
and ferns outlining the party
area. Massive bouquets of


mixed roses 'centered the
tables.The roses were a gift of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L.
Hendricks. The bridal cake
was flanked by two silver
.candelabra, also holding rose
bouquets. Cake and assorted
hors d'oeuvres were served.
Assisting in hearing for the
guests were Mrs. Charles
Johnson, Mrs. Harold Hinote,
Mrs. Herb Burge, Mrs. Greg
Turner, Mrs. Joel Strait, and
Mrs. Charlds Wall. .Serving
the bride's cake was Miss
Paula Besore and Miss Beth
.Pollock; the groom's cake,
Miss Tonya Smith and Mrs.
Mike Knox. The bride's book
was kept by Miss Debra
Stutzman, and rice bags were
given out by Miss Jill Strait.
'Mrs. James Tankersley di-
rected the wedding and recep-
tion.
The couple, went to Atlanta,
Georgia oil their honeymoon,
and are now residing in Port
St. Joe.

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DAR Worskshopfor Upcoming

Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., Mrs. Paul Fensom and Mrs. refurbishing of the organiza- Closing the
Regent St. Joseph Bay Chap- Charles Brown, chapter or- tion's buildings on the mall in Swatts stress
ter Daughters of the American ganizers and former regents, the nation's capitol, the most ance of men
Revolution, held a workshop gave short resumes of DAR's valuable in the world owned and reminded
and planning meeting for new meaning in their lives, stres- by a women's group. be thinking
officers and committee chair- sing the inspirational and fun Mrs..W. B. Dye, vice-regent veterans to
men at the local library aspects of mbdibership. Parti- and program chairman, told October mee
Tuesday morning, August 3. cular emphasis was placed on of ,her plans for the year i Others attic
Mrs. Mark Tomlinson open- DAR's educational, patriotic including programs and year Mrs. Ashle3
ed the. meeting -with prayer and historical goals. book. Other chairmen discus- Herman De;
and the Pledge of Allegiance . Mrs. Swatts praised the past sed their committee's work Howard of Ap
to the Flag of: the United chapter record and explained and placed orders for materi- W. S. Quarles
States of America. . thenationalsociety's goalsfor als needed with the treasurer, Roberts arid
At Mrs.. Swatts' request the coming year,.including the Mrs. Paul Kunel. Suber.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, Aug. 12, 1982


Year

e meeting, Mrs.
sed the import-
tbers attendance
1 those present to
about gifts for
bring to the
'ting.
ending included
, Costin, Mrs.
an, Mrs. Johih
aalachicola, Mrs.
, Jr., Mrs. W. B.
I Mrs. George


Plans September Wedding Faith Christian


Miss Angela Jenkins


A simple party dessert,
such as the ice cream sun-
-.dae, can be quite elegant,
and can make a sensational
impression. Anyone can pre-
pare a wide variety of ice
cream sundaes that are sure
to satisfy the most discrimi-
S nating guest.
Nuts, one of the most
popular toppings for .ice
cream, combined with ta-
vorites such as crushed pine-
apple or sweet cherries, can
enhance the flavor of any
ice cream dish. Planters.,
Peanuts now available in'
S convenient bright red cel-
S 'lophane bags, are perfect
S to serve with the follow-
ing ice cream topping reci-
pes. The Pineapple Flambe,
pictured here, served over
vanilla ice cream, makes an
impressive dessert presenta-
tion for special friends.
Cherry Peanut Sauce, made
with brandy, is elegant


Mr. and Mrs. Wadell Jenk-
ins. of Port St., Joe- have
announced the engagement
and approaching marriage of
their daughter, Angela .De-
niean Jenkins, to Ray Charles
West, son of Mrs. Elaine West
of 'Calhoun, Georgia and
Charles B. West of Orlando.
The bride-elect is a 1982
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School.
Her fiance attended Calhoun
High School in Calhoun, Geor-
gia and is now serving in the
U.S. Air Force at Tyndall Air
Force Base..
The wedding is planned for
September 11 at 6 p.m. at the
Highland View Assembly of
God Church in PortSt. Joe. All
friends and relatives are
invited to attend. A reception
will follow in the church social
hall.


whether served warm or
cold. For more delectable
dessert ideas using Planters,
Quality nuts, write for
"Planters Nut Cookbook,"
P.O. Box 106-Dept. "R",
Teaneck,' NJ 07666. Please
include $.75 to cover post-
age and handling. Orders
must include zip code.
CHERRY PEANUT SAUCE
Makes about 1V2 cups
1 can (17 oz) pitted dark
sweet cherries
4 teaspoons cornstarch
1 tablespoon sugar
2 tablespoons brandy
.2 cup coarsely chopped
Planters., Salted Peanuts
Vanilla ice cream
Drain and halve cherries,
reserving syrup.
Combine cornstarch and
sugar in saucepan. Gradually
blend in reserved syrup.
Cook, stirring constantly,
until thickens and boils. Re-
move from heat. Stir in
brandy, Planters , Salted Pea-
nuts and cherries. Serve
warm or cold with ice
cream.
PINEAPPLE FLAMBE
SUNDAES
Makes 4 servings
2 tablespoons margarine
1 can (8 1/4 oz.) crushed
pineapple in syrup
3 tablespoons sugar
S1/3 cup Planters, 'Dry
Roasted Peanuts
'1/2 cup orange liqueur
S Vanilla ice cream
Melt margarine in a ;
small skillet. Add pineapple; :
sprinkle, with sugar. Cook
over medium high heat, stir-
ring occasionally, until sauce
is bubbly and slightly thick-
ened. Mix in Planters . Dry '-"
:Roasted P.eanruts. Pour.
orange liqueur over top -and
' ignite: .Serve immediately .:
, over vanilla icecream.


Begins Ninth Year


Faith Christian School came
into existence in 1974, as a
Kindergarten. Over the years,
the school has grown con-
tinuously. Last year there
were 100 students in the
school. The school now in-
cludes all the grades from
Four-year old Kindergarten
through the Seventh Grade.
This year Faith Christian will
be adding an Eighth Grade.
They are expecting an en-
rollment near 125 students.
"Getting a good start in
education is very important,"
stateSi ,Fred Goebiert, newly'
appointed Principal of Faitli
Christian. "Our four and five
year old Kindergarten classes
provide a solid foundation in
the essentials, Reading...Writ-
ing...and Arithmetic. Many of
our four year olds can read by
the end of their first year in
'school. They learn 'their num-


bers and are able to sound out
letters phonetically. They
learn to get along with.other
children, while being taught
by a teacher who loves them
and prays for them each day."
Faith Christian Kinder-
garten is available to any
child who will be four before
January 1, 1983. There is also
a five year old Kindergarten
Sfor those that will be five
before January 1, 1983. An'
..afternoon extended care ser-
vice is also available for those
that are in need of it'W .;
,If you desire'to enrll your
child in any of. the grades,
,Kindergarten , though, the
Eighth Grade, call 229-6707 for
more information, or come,by
the school office located it '01
20th Street. TIe first d'y of.
'school will be.Monday, Ahgust
30th.


Band Boosters Need Materials


The Band Boosters organi-
zation is in the process of
enlarging their popcorn booth
at the Football Stadium, and
would like donations of time,
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talent, or materials. Concrete
blocks are needed for the
structure; 2 x 4's, boards,
shingles and nails are needed
for the roof.


Someone will gladly come
by and pick up all contribu-
tions if you call Perry McFar-
land at 229-8900, or Joyce
Moore at 227-1199: Please


The first known use of the expression "A-1" was said to be by Lloyd's of
London, the British insurance organization. Lloyd's graded ships according to
the risk of insuring them and 'those rated "A-1'"were thought least likely to sink.


leave your name, address,
what items you have to of

YARD SALE
Friday and Saturday
5th Trailer on Rig
from Hwy 98. on i
Anna Street, St. Ji
Beach. Refrigerate
table & 6 chairs, mis
Items.


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FURNITUR E A APPLIANCES FLOOR COVERING * HOME ENTERTAINMENT
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3, floor covering, home '
wedding marked down to
during this 3-day sale.
new, some used, some
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2-.

eve Richardson, Owner

)01 Reid Ave.
Phone 229-6195 :.
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SIMPLE TO SENSATIONAL:

PEANUT PARTY SUNDAES


ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT! ONLY 3 DAYS-LEFT!


ASSISTANT TEACHER
NEEDED
The Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. is accepting applica-
tions for an Assistant
Classroom Teacher. Duties will
include classroom Instruction
with a small group of Emotion-
ally Handicapped elementary
school children. Applicants
must possess at least a four
year degree from an accredited
University with Florida teacher.
certification at the Elementary
Level. Experience preferable.
Applicants should contact:
Edwin R. Ailes, Executive Dir.
Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Inc.
311 Williams Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
The Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. is an Equal Opportun-
ity/Affirmative Action
Employer.
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Yellow Tag Specials


S, 2 HIGHLAND VIEW

11o y U1 CHURCH OF GOD

S TEMPERANCE "Where Jesus Christ Is King
I '. , &God's.Love, IsAn .
u P 2 Everflowing Fountain"
"s SUNDAY-SCHOOL ...... 10:00A.M.
SG(OODNESS MORNING WORSHIP .... 11:00A.M.
NE EVENING WORSHIP ..:. 6:00 P.M.
A TH' WEDNESDAY EVENING . 7:00 P.M.
Pastor -Ira J. Nichols


Fantastic selections of name brand merchan-
dise, including General Electric, Hotpoint,
Kelvinator, Maytag, Philco - Ford, RCA,
Sylvania,: Westinghouse, Zenith; Eureka,
Hamilton Beach, Sarlo, Broyhill, Bassett,
La-Z-Boy, Kroehler, Lane, Singer, Trogden,


Fore-


Brookwood, Burris, Dolly Madison,
most, Athens and Artistic.


You'll find a tre
furniture, appliances
entertainment and b
unbelievable prices
Most merchandise is
scratched and der
samples. So come ear
fantastic savings!


STORE HOURS:.
Monday - Friday, 9-6
Saturday, 9-4


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Church would like to.. pu- r h, .' ierewill be a regular com-
chase used choir robes in gooid- animation of Port St. Joe
condition. Please write to:-. .Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. Every
First P.H. Church, P. O0 Box. first and third Thursday at
237, Port St. Joe, FL 32456, or.'. 8:00'p.m:.
call 904-227-1493. ' , F. NUNNERY, W.M.
Wanted: Donations df con-, J. P..Cooley, Sec.
create block, 2x4's, boards,.
nails for Band Boosters' Pop- The Disabled American
corn Booth at football' Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
stadium. Call Perry '-at-. 62,;*l meet the first Monday
229-8900 or Joyce at 227-1199. ,each'month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Will buy lamps, dishes, pic- Joe Motel. tfc6-
tures, old crochet pieces. Call The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
229-254. 4tp7-8 V.F.W. meets the second


RELSTATi
FOR SALEB


Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.


4 bdrm. hosue, fireplace, 1g.
screened porch, washer, dryer
hook-up, 1g. garden'spot, Ideal o U ".
spot in back for a baler d
condition, located at White Ci-':
ty on Hwy. 71. Owner wili.Restaurant, houses, cot-
finance, prefer cash. ;Call .tges.nd trailer lots for rent.
639-5778. 3tdr8-5 . Also 12Wacres with 4800 sq. ft.
_7 ot on M vi- nAe, - building for sale. One acre
7515' lot on MarvinAve with 2 bdrm. house and 2 lots.
Phone 6488972. -1 . Owrie , ewill finance. Located at
2101 Long A&epue. � " pre ge- Call 639-5414
_ i Lang Avefue, p di . r cls." It 8-12
v/stone ip e uaished one
nd liv. rrh. Central h c& tae passed in
J59,900. Call 229-8861 -Oe w. Come
.-82. t. t~,r ,ipnado St., St. Joe
S' ia ihone 648-8918.
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HOUSE FOR 'SALE .
1302 Garrison Ave. '.2' i ~E eny.apartment, Mex-
bdrm., I ba,, cen. ho/a, i., i6 Ba 150.00 per week.
chen, breakfast .rin. d,,5in6 : M 9 2tc8M


pui .iata:u.apaUwIcIin * .or. " EEZE .- .
together. Ca1- 227-1 ff. - 1
' au , a camperss for rent,



"If you pick up a staviN.
dog and make him prok r.' *ro- eit:. by day,
This is the principal differ- eioth.Air cond., TV.
ence between a.man.adihds blamess -Hotel 229-8723. 302
dog." Mark Twain - idAve. tfc7-1


23' shrimp boat, plywood, 4
cyl. Perkins diesel, hydraulic
wrench, ready to go, doors and
3 nets, $3,500. Call 648-5276 or
648-8256. 2tc 8-12
Clarinet, case and sheet
music, excel. cond. $175. Call
648-8365. ltp8-12
10%-50% off on all swings,
tables, settees, lawn chairs,
trellis, flower boxes, etc.
Saturday, Aug. 14, from 8
o'clock to 12. Red Bull Island,
4th road off Sesame Street,
Wewahitchka. 639-2860.
32' Park Model trailer with
extension room at Mexico
Beach. Excel. cond. $4,295.
Phone 904/482-8707. 2te 8-12
FREE kittens to a good
home. Call 229-6573.
270 gal. fuel tank on a stand,
with a gauge and two 55 gal.
oil drums, $65. Call 229-8996.
ltc8-12
250 Suzuki dirt bike. Call
229-6784. ltp 8-12
3-pc. bedroom suite, $165; 1
bunk bed $50. Call 648-8542.
ltp8-12
Couch and chair, book case,
2 window seats, Brunswick
electric air hockey, antique
end table. Good condition. Call
648-5686.
1977 Glastron ski boat,
galvanized tilt trailer with
1978 75 h.p. Evinrude in good
cond. $1,500. Call 639-5973.
3tp8-12
Mobile Home: 12x55' in good
condition, partially furnished.
$3,000 firm. Call 229-8708 or
227-1327. tfe 8-12
Sofa and chair to match, in
very good condition, swivel
rocker. Call 648-5857. Itc 8-12
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 B.acpi. 229-6905.
tfic 7-29
28' custom built ROyal
Coachman travel trailer, self-
contained. $4,500 firm. Phone
648-8982. tfc7-8
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. tfie7-15


ERA PARER REALTY

i,,;.;ghway 98 & 31st Street

.W.. Mexico Beach, Florida
::- 648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073 FLORIDA)
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NEW BEACHSIDE TOWNHOUSES now
ready for occupancy. Stop b'itdday and let
us show you these-plush townhouses. 3
bdrm., 212 ba., Ig. laundry rm:, sundeck with
great Gulf view, lovely decor, cen. h&a/c,
plus much more. 42nd' SL4Me4x.co Beach.
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MODERN BEACHSIDE -_COTTAGE conve- WATERFR
nient to marina and beach. Brick construc- units, plus
tion, 2 bdrm., completely furnished. Makes next to
great rental property, or comfortable home. possibility
42nd St., Mexico Beach.

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

Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate Orena
Barbara Sullivan, Associate Rhonda
After hours 648-5301 Britt F
... - < Branch Office - 229-8493


DOUBLE OPPORTUNITY & PLEASURE with
this recently totally refurbished duplex.
Short walk to beach. 2 bdrm. each unit.
Completely furnished and ready to go. 29th
St., Mexico Beach.








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ONT MOTEL with 9 efficiency
s snack bar on beach front and
public fishing pier. Many
es. 38th St., Mexico Beach.


F FRONT LOTS
SHELTER RENTALS
AL LOTS

Miller, Associate
a Heath, Realtor Associate
'ickett, Associate


1980 Chevrolet Malibu, p.s.,
p.b., cruise control, tilt steer-
ing wheel, rear window
defroster, low mileage, am-fm
8 track stereo, reasonably
priced. CAll 229-6571 after
5:00. ltp8-12
1970 Jeep Commando $700;
'68 Volkswagen Fastback; 68
Volkswagen Squareback; and
spare motor for parts, $750.
2tp 8-12
1976 GMC Van, auto. trans.,
p.s. and p.b., a/c, am-fm radio
with cassette player, c.b. Call
648-8958. 2tp 8-12
1974 Pinto station wagon,
$300. Call 648-5448 after 6:30
p.m' ltp8-12
1970 Volkswagen, auto.
trans., $800. Call 227-1403 or
227-1281. 4tc 8-12
1980 Jeep CJ5, 258 6 cyl.,
4-spd., warn locking hubs,,
brush guard, denim top, tilt
steering, am-fm, 12-15 mud-
ders, white spoke wheels,"
24,000 miles. Call Craig
229-8114 day, 229-6302 after 6
p.m. tfce7-22
1982 Escort. $500 down and
take over payments. Call for
more information. 227-1573.
3tc8-5


GARAGESAL


PATIO SALE: rain or shine,
Saturday, Aug. 14, 1032
McClellan Ave. Misc. items,
children and women's
clothing, shoes. 8 a.m. to noon.
BIG GARAGE SALE: Sat.,
Aug. 14, Hwy. 71, White City.
BACKYARD SALE: Satur-
day, Aug. 14, 109 Monica Dr.,
Ward Ridge. Rain cancels.

Large Two-Family Yard
Sale: Sat., 8-4. Something for
everyone, including men. St.
Joe Beach, Gulf St. Cancelled
if raining. ltc8-12

YARD SALE: Friday, Aug.
13, 8-5. Corner of 5th and
Woodward Ave.

PATIO SALE: Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, 216 7th
St. Rain or shine. 9:00 a.m. un-
til.
.BIG GARAGE SALE:
Thursday, Aug. 12, 1014 Mar-
vin Ave., 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Lots of
ladies, girls and teen boys
,clothes. Also two bikes, toys
and misc. household items.
ltc8-12


Material Transfer, Inc., is
currently receiving applica-
tions for the position of Equip-
ment Operator. Experience in
the operation of heavy equip-
ment is required. Interested
applicants may request ap-
plications or forward their
resumes to Material Transfer,
Inc., P. 0. Box 246, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456. Inquiries
by mail only. No calls please.
2tc 8-12
Mental Health Counselor
Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. has an immediate
vacancy for a mental health
counselor. This is a temporary
part-time position with em-
ployment duration of approx-
imately 5 months only.
Duties: counseling, crisis in-
tervention, and follow-up.
Minimum requirement: R.N.,
B.A., or M.A. degree in a men-
tal health related field. Ex-
perience desirable. Apply in
writing to:
Edwin R. Ailes, Executive
Director
Gulf Co. Guidance Clinic, Inc.
311 Williams Ave.
Port St G Joe, Florida 32456
Gulf County Guidance Clinic,
Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action Employer.
Newspaper carriers needed
in all parts of Port St. Joe and
Highland View. Part time in-
come for teenager. Call Carol
at 229-6676 for more informa-
tion. tfe 8-12




Free Tri-Chem liquid em-
broidery lessons to start soon.
Call to sign up, 229-6784.
Twiro 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


SHALLOW WELLS
229-8380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
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CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings - Portraits
Phone 229-8922
tfc 4-1
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours)


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

New Listing: 520 Third St. Excellent
location. 2 bdrm., 1:.ba. , chain link


fence, work shop/stor. house, im-
| maculate inside and outside. $20,500.
Terms can be arranged with owner.

3b6drm., 1 ba. masonary home with,


carport on Ig. lot ini, good neighbor-
hood. Chain link fence around
backyard. $33,500.00.

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

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

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

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


HANNON
INSURANCE AGENCY

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


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
3tp 8-12
Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.

SCOSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reld Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-899
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Panama City

20%
SALE
SCustom
Draperies

Reuphol N
FREE ESTIMATES
FREE DELIVERY


CARPET
STEAM CLEANING
Living Room "n" Hall
$29"
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


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE! �


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

: Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reld Avenue


ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work - Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
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
tfc4-16.
CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
90422235
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I 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.
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. 4tp 7-29

Custom Interior Design




, 229-6619

"Ceiling Specialist"

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* SAVE
A bookkeeper can save you
Income Tax Dollars when
your bookkeeper is an ex-
p perienced Tax Return Pre-
parer.

Monthly fee includes ALL
required tax forms.
* * * * * * ' '
My work will stand up.
under C.P.A. audit.
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Starting my 6th year at
same location.
116 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Phone 229 536
.WAUNETA'S
Bookkeeping Service
Waueta Brewer Pat Hohman
Owner Assistant
25tp7-15


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 0 Dozer � Root �
Rake * Front-end Loader -
* Road Building * Lot Clear;
ing * Septic Tanks
* Drain Fields e Hauling
, Rt.3, Box AIC
Port St. Joe, Florida-
Phone 229-6018
STANLEY WASZCZAK
CARPENTER :
Good Work - Fair Price
Phone 648-5226 '
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W. S. (Biff) Quarles
CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING
229-8795


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PAGE SEVEN


Future Citizens of Port St. Joe


Franci, 5, daughter of Chip
and Ida Garrett, 1304 Palm
Blvd., Port St. Joe.


I The' Gulf County School,
..Board met in.regular session
Son July 13, 1982 at 5:30 PM in
-the Gulf County Courthouse in
.-Port St. - Joe, Florida. 'The
following members were pre-
sent: Waylon Graham, Ted
SWhitfield, Gene Raffield, Paul
Sewell, Fred Greer. The Su-
perintendent was also present.
Chairman Graham presided
and the meeting was opened
with prayer and followed by
the Pledge of Allegiance.
. On motion by Sewell, second
Sby Raffield, the Board unani-
mously approved the minutes
Sof June 8 and 28, 1982.
S The Board held a discussion
'on the asbestos removal at
each high school. No action
!necessary.
S .Mr Bert Wagnon met with
3he Board on behalf of teach-
- ers. J. T. Wood and Ann
AlJdridge.
- On motion by Raffield,
ecqnd by Whitfield, the Board
Snmanimously approved the
following personnel matters:
A Approved Shaw Maddox as
athletic director at Port St.
"J-oe High School for the 1982-83
*School year, effective June 7,
, 982; , '
; 'Accepted the resignation'of
� )waine Fisher as a teacher at
" -port St. Joe High School;'
&tppvd khe'aisistahfiprin'
ipal'sopJati Oa.P'tSt. Jo.
lgh School'Begin on August 3,
9982;
:; Approved Chris Earley foi
the position of principal de-
lignee at Port St. Joe High
School for the 1982-83 school
ye eaT;
. Approved Kimberly Land to
rwork with the Flag Bearers at

* EYE GLASSES
MADE IN
1 TO 4 HOURS
No Appointment Necessary
Dr. Tindell. Denney & Asso.
S117 W, Main. Donan 793-2633








TRY US


James, Jr., 8 months, son of
Mr. and Mrs. James W.
Daniels of 102 Apollo St.


KrIsten, 4 months, daughter
of Denise Sasser, 1201 Palm.
'Blvd., Port St. Joe.


Linda, 3%, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Jones, 2111,
Juniper Ave., Port St. Joe.


* Heating
Natural & LP Gas,
Electric and Oil

* Air Conditioning
Central and Window


Port St. Joe High School with a
supplement of $400.00;
Approved the transfer of
Juanita Powell from Secre-
tary at Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School to Secretary at
Port St. Joe High School,
effective July 5,1982. This is to
be a Secretary II position:
Approved the transfer of
Frances Shores from Secre-
tary at Port St. Joe High
School to the position of
Secretary to the Director of
School Food Service and Spe-
cial Services. They also ap-
proved this to be a Secretary
I-A position;
Approved, Sandra Hus-
band's pay status be changed
from Secretary III to Secre-
tary II on' a ten and one-half
month basis;'
Approved Bryan Baxley for
the position of principal de-
signee at Wewahitchka Ele-
mentary School for the 1982-83
school year;
Approved a leave of absence
for Ada Dozier for the 1982-83
school year;
Approved the employment
of- Doris Presnell for the
secretary position at Port St.
Joe Elementary School for the
S1982-83 school year. They also
approved this to be a Secre-
tary II position;
SApproyed the..fQJ]ovn per-`;
Ssdh uft.',extraPCdftula !
assignments at Port St. Joe
High School for the 1982-83
school year: Martha Sanborn,
Junior High Cheerleader
Sponsor; Judy Williams, Ju-
nior Varsity Cheerleader
Sponsor; Martha Sanborn,
Senior High Cheerleader
Sponsor; Kenneth W. Land,
Band Director; Cindy Belin,
Assistant Band Helper; Shaw
Maddox, Athletic Director,
Shaw Maddox, Varsity Foot-
ball Coach; John Hicks, As-
sistant Varsity Football
Coach; Jerry Rich, Junior
Varsity Football Coach; Jim
Belin, Junior High' Football


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
201 Long Avenue Highway 71
, Port St. Joe, Fla Wewahitchka, Florida
229-8M222 639.5711


First

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

JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229.6857


Coach, William Lane, Junior
High Football Coach; Shaw
Maddox, Varsity Baseball
Coach; John Hicks, Assistant
Baseball Coach, Jim Belin,
Varsity Boys Basketball
Coach; William Lane, Junior
Varsity Basketball Coach;
Jerry Rich, Junior High Bas-
ketball Coach; Chris Earley,
Varsity Wrestling Coach;
Rachel Crews, Girls Softball
Coach; Rachel Crews, Girls
Basketball Coach; Clarence
Monette, llth Grade Sponsor;
Minnie Likely, llth Grade
Sponsor; Gregg Burch, 11th
Grade Sponsor; Virginia
CampbeU, l1th Grade' Spon-
sor; Alice Machen, 12th Grade
Sponsor; Sarah Turner, 12th
Grade Sponsor; Clarence Mo-
nette, Yearbook.
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Sewell, the Board
unanimously approved the
following progrant matters:
Revise our guidelines to
comply with State Depart-
ment of Education rules re-
-garding Early Admpission to
Kindergarten, 1982-83;
Approved the Educational
Programming Agreement for
Elementary School Students
with the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic for the 1982-83 school
year;
Approved , ChapteC 2, con-
solidatidn. Bf F'FefI-al Proz
grams for Elementary and
Secondary Education Title V,
P.L. 97-35, FY 1983-83;
The Board reviewed cor-
respondence. No action neces-
sary.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Greer, the Board
unanimously approved an
Agreement with the Bay
County School Board whereby
students residing, at Mexico
Beach attend the Gulf County
Schools.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Greer, the Board
unanimously approved a re-
quest from Wewahitchka
Pony League Baseball Team
and Highland View Baptist
Church for the use of a bus for
non-school activity provided
they adhere to board guide-
lines..
Oh motion *by Raffield,
second by Greer, the Board
voted unanimously to author-
ize the Superintendent and
Transportation Coordinator to
look into the purchasing of
three school buses.
The Superintendent pre-
sented the proposed tentative
budget for 1982-83. On motion,
by Greer, second by Whitfield,
all voted YES to approve the
budget for advertising and
scheduled a public hearing on
the tentative budget for July
27 at 5:00 P.M.
On motion by Greer, second
by Sewell, the Board unani-
mously voted YES to accept
the lowest bid from J. V.
Gander, Distributors for the
purchase of petroleum pro-
ducts for the 1982-83 school
year. Bids are on file in the
Superintendent's office.
The Board accepted a bid On
celloulose installation at the
three elementary schools.
The Board reviewed each.
cost center budget. No action
necessary:
The Board reviewed a letter
from the principal at Port St.
Joe High School requesting
assistance from the school
board with some outstanding.
invoices in the athletic depart-


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DANIELS SERVICE COMPANY
Phone 229-8416 Port St. Joe


Next Weekend August 19-21




Educational Seminar


A Seminar, entitled "Educa-
tion: Its Impact on Gulf
County Students" will be held
August 19-21 at the Washing-
ton Recreation Site in Port St.
Joe. It is sponsored by the
Association for Community.
Action, and is for parents of all
students, and students, grade
7-12.
This seminar is the first, of
its kind to be planned especial-
ly for parents and students to
come together with educators


Adult Classes B(


Monday for Fall


The Gulf County Adult Insti-
tute offers different types of
courses for adults that could
play a major part in increas-


ing earning power. It is proud
of its role in offering educa-
tional opportunities to adults
in this area. Classes for high


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** **** ** *** **** UNISPACE
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The United States will par-
ticipate in the second United
KNations Conference on the Ex-
ploration and Peaceful Uses of
Outer Space (UNISPACE '82)
from August 9-21, 1982 in
Vienna. As a'result of a dispute
at the United Nations, the.
United States did not decide'to
attend the conference until.
December 1981, which means
the U.S. had only seven
months to prepare for the event
*while all other participants
have had over two years.
All 157 members of the
United Nations are among
those invited to participate in
UNISPACE '82: furthermore,
delegates from 140 other na-'
tion's are expected to be in at-
tendance. Developing nations
who will be present are -x,
pected to raise political and
legal issues; however, the
United States sees UNISPACE'
'82 as a purely technical
conference .
The UNISPACE '82 agenda
will cover three general areas:
I) the state of space science and
technology, 2) applications of
space science and technology,
and 3)'international coopera-
tion and the role of the United
Nations. The goal of the con-
ference is to stimulate the
growth of space activities and
demonstrate the relationship
between space activities and the
socio-economic advancement
of the world, particularly in the
less developed countries.
The United States and the
Soviet Union hase been in-
voked in launching satellites
for almost 25 years. Both pro-
" grams are large and com-,
prehensive, competing across a
broad spectrum of military and
civilian applications. While the
U.S. and the U.S.S.R. have
, eein the primary focus of
space exploration in the past,
Se idence of several other space
*programs-will emerge'in the
coming years. China; the Euro-
pean Space Agency (a group of
%eleven /European countries),
India, and Japan all have an
existing capability to place
satellites into orbit and will in-
crease international competi-
tion in space activities. In ad-'
dition, these countries may also
begin to launch military
satellites (probably for recon-
naissance purposes), breaking
'the hold that the United States
ment ,due to a loss in gate
receipts. On motion by Greer,
second by Sewell, the Board
unanimously voted to honor
this request.
Copies of the Community
Services' report from Port St.
Joe and Wewahitchka were
distributed.
dOn motion by Whitfield,
second by Greer, the Board
unanimously approved that
the bills be paid.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed to meet again on July
27, 1982 at 5:00 PM.


'and the Soviet Union had in
obtaining information in this
area.
S'On the legislative side, the
97th Congress has pending
blefofe it several bills that deal
wiih major space initiatives.
One such bill, H.R. 3712, pro-
poses to create a national space
policy, which includes the
establishment of a remote sens-
.:ing system of the Earth's
resources; development of ad-
vanced satellite communica-
tions systems; design and
testing of space-based
manufacturing of products
such as pharmaceuticals; and
planetary and lunar
exploration.
Another bill, S.2448, ad-
vocates the ''r.egulaii'bn 6f
launching space vehicles to' be
the responsibility of private
companies. All space vehicles
now are launched by the
government, but this bill pro-
poses a likely increase in
private launch services.
Also before Congress is a
bill that would change the
name of the Air Force to the
U.S. Aerospace Force, and
would give the Aerospace
Force the mission of defending
the United States in space and
centralize military space activ-
ity. Part of this bill (H.R. 5130)
becamine moot in June when the
Air Force announced the crea-
tion of a new Space Command.
President Reagan's space
policy, announced on July 4th,
includes making the reusable
shuttle fully operational and
cost-effectite in providing
routine transportation to
.space. The policy also stated
that, although NASA will
develop the shuttle, launch
priority will be for national
security missions.
.The President's policy also
states a number of national ob-
jectives, including research into
the origin and evolution of the
universe and the solar system,
the Earth's en\ ironment and its
relation to the sun, and the
technology of permanent space
facilities.

BLUEGRASS PIE

Nancy's recipe this week is
by Phyllis George Brown, wife
of Kentucky Governor John Y.
Brown.

2 eggs, slightly beaten
1 cup sugar
.4 cup. flour.
1 stick butter or margarine,
melted and cooled
1 cup walnuts, V/2 English,
V/2 black
1 cup chocolate chips
1 teaspoon vanilla
S:9 inch unbaked pie shell.

Combine ingredients and pour
into unbaked pie shell. Bake
for 45 minutes at 3500 or until
set. Makes 8 servings. May be
frozen.


and professionals from vari-
ous careers for the purpose of
discussing how the student
can get the most from the
school experience. ' ..-
There will be visiting con-
sultants from schools and
colleges, and experts from the
public and private sectors to
share information that partici-
pants have not previously
been exposed to in a struc-
tured setting. The format will
include lectures, displays,


demonstrations, small group
discussions, and individual
conferences, if necessary.
Sessions will begin at 6:00-.
9:00 p.m. on Thursday and
Friday, and 9:00- a.m.-4:00
p.m. on Saturday. The semi-


Vietnam

MaySee
m A veti ern suf-


" Vietnam-era veterans suf-
'gin fering delayed stress syn-
drome may now receive as-
. ' . distance in Tallahassee
through the Veterans Admini-
J T erm station Readjustment Coun-
selipg Program.
school. completion are now Howard Ruppen, Director of
open at the Centennial Build- the Lake City VA Medical
ing at Port St..Joe. There is no Center, stated, "Many Viet-
charge ,for worktext' and no nam veterans in the Tallahas-
fees to pay: .. -. ' see area may need adjustment
.Of special .interest 'to quali- counseling with. problems
fied veterans. who have not 'stemming from transition to
gotten their -special high daily life after the Vietnam
school - education, you can conflict. The VA" Readjust-
reglveie , r ;.G.,bqnefits .jment Counseling Program
dwhiled'irna yogilgl school provides counseling at no'cost
diplomia..'- ; - to eligible veterans, and may
Classes beginning Monday, also include family counseling
August 16, are: General Edu- if the problem shows this
cation leading to a high school need. We want to help the
diploma: Centennial Building, veteran resume a normal
8:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M., M thru everyday life."
F; and Centennial Building, Ruppen continued, "The
6:00 P.M.-9:00'P.M., M-T-W- program is a result of a
T. .. , .' contract signed with the VA
_.-'___...... __"_" and is part of a national
AR O Kprogram authorized by Con-
CARD OF TANKS gress to be in effect through


We.wish to-extend to all our
friends a, special thanks for
their prayers,',- visits,' and
concern diarinig Dan's. hospi-
talization and death. The food,
flowers, calls and.cards were
appreciated and will be re-
membered.'
-We sincerely appreciate the
efforts of Dr.. Shirley Simpson,
the staff of Gulf Pines hospi-
tal, and 'members of the
Ambulance Squad. To all
friends at the;,St. Joe Paper
Co., afery.grateful; thank you.
The Lucas Family








The only President to be
elected unanimously 'by
the Electoral .College was
George Washington, in .1789 '
and 1792,- - ' - -
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nar is free, but pre-registra-
.tion is required for Saturday if
you plan to eat lunch with the
consultants. To register, call
229-6624,. 229-8155, or 229-8826.
Mail requests . to Education
Seminar, P.O. Box 754, Port
St. Joe.


SVeterans

k Help
September 1984."
Counseling in Tallahassee
will be done by the Northside
Counseling Service, 224 Office
Plaza Drive. Veterans who
wish to receive counseling will
be referred by the Chief,
Social Work Service, Lake
City VA Medical Center, (904)
752-1400, but the necessary
paperwork can be completed
at the Northside Counseling
Service in Tallahassee, (904)
878-6702. If more convenient,
the veteran may contact the
Veterans Outreach Service in
Jacksonville, (904) 791-3621.

"A smile is the whisper of
a laugh." Anonymous






Co , unyCmmissior n', er'm


. irl Unil eld l'/oAi C/. rc,
Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ......................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ...................... 11:00 A M.
EVENING WORSHIP ....................... 7:30 P.M
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........... 7;30 P.M.


Vote For and Elect


W . "Dude"

FORTNER

SCounty Commissioner
District Two
"The Working People's Commissioner"
Your Vole ana Support Will Be Greally AfprE,:lat6d
l* PI Adv Pd for on DeDra Forlner Camoa.an M

- RE-ELECT-

..JAMES L. "TANK"



TANKERSLEY

Your County Commissioner
District Two
* Honest * Dependable
A Vote for Better-Government
Paid for by Campaign Treasurer


ST. JOSEPH



9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 * P.O 0. Bx 1332
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTATE SALES * BEACH RENTALS


2105 Palm Blvd.


* Brick
* 3 bdrm, 2 ba.
* Great insulation
* Fireplace


* 5 yrs. old
* Extra special
* $69,500


* 3 Gulf front Townhouses start-
, ing at $87,500. 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
* Lots on St. Joe Beach starting-
at $7,000 with 20% down.
* Lots on Mexico.Beach starting
at: $5,250 with some owner
financing.., .
* Gulf Aire.lots. Have some new-
areas open. Stop by for plat
maps.


REALTOR


648-5011 Sales
648-8220 Rentals


1306 Long Avenue
* 2 bdrm. * Close to school
* 1 ba. . * fireplace
* $29,000


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


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Home Appli an ce Repair
23 Years Experience In Appliance Repair


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


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, Aug. 12, 1982 -


I EXTENSION NOTES:
SCHOOL DAYS WILL
SOON BE HERE

Mothe-' now are busy preparing their children for W hat Is Poison Ivy?'
school. Many will take them to a physician for a
* physical check-up to make certain they have the S
physical vigor to fight off an Invading germ or virus.
Exposure to many other children increases the
possibility of catching something. BY ROY LEE CARTER County Extension Director
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most of the problem now is
that the towers are rusted out
and do not allow proper
cooling of the system as it
operates, causing it to shut
down.
The Commissioners are in a
quandry as to whether to try to
repair the present system, or
replace it. If they replace it,
the problem of whether to go
electric or remain on gas
causes problems.
Tuesday, the Board decided
to take a study under advise-
ment, outlining the alterna-
tives.of gas and electric, and
make a decision at the next
meeting as to just what they
will do to curt- the problem. In
the intervening two weeks, the
Board will have an indepen-
dent air conditioning engineer
evaluate the information they
have to try to decide whether
to go gas or electric.
In the meantime, the Board
called for bids for ceiling fans
Tuesday, to place in all offices
of the courthouse.
"This will help us regard-
less of what we do about the
air conditioning system",
Comi-tsioner James Tank-




OWENS, Jr.


ersley noted.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters,
the Commission:
-Refused to add $10,000 to
the Sheriff's budget when
Commissioner Branch noted it
would increase a budget which
had already been approved.
-Voted to go ahead with
construction of a boat ramp at
Indian Pass after Commis-
sioner Tankersley presented
the plans for'the ramp. The
Board agreed to pay for the
ramp out of state recreation
fund money available to the
county.
-Agreed to pursue two
cases of littering at the Beach
garbage collection site to try
and head off a problem at the
site. "It's not the people who
live there . . . it's vacationers
who are causing the messy
problem", according to Doug
Kent, program supervisor.

NOTE OF THANKS
We would like to thank the
following merchants for help-
ing finance our. trip. to the
Women's Open Class State
Softball Tournament 'St. Joe
Bar, St. Joe Motor Co.,
Raffield Fisheries, The Ath-
letic House, The Beauty Bouti-
que, and a special thanks to
the Frank A. McBride' Con-
struction Co.

The Independents


GRADY DEAN

DeanIls


School

Candidate

Grady Dean is a candidate
for School -Board District 1. He
is a life-long resident of Gulf
County.
After graduating from We-
wahitchka High School in 1954,
he' served a four year enlist-
mentii the U.S. Air Force. He
and his wife (the former Jean
Snrilh) have three sons, Cal-
vin, Danny and Chris.
Candidate has been
actie in youth related pro-
grams for many years includ-
ing Boy Scout leader, Little
League coach, Gator Backer,
and Band Booster. He is an
active deacon of the Glad
Tidings Assembly of God
Church in Wewahltchka.
Dean promises to work for
the benefit of the people of
Gulf County and to secure the
best education possible for the
children and grandchildren of
the county if he is elected to
this position.


Public Noiice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage of.
DAVID LAWRENCE PYNE, Husband,
Resoonaen
. And . .
LINDA GAIL. DUVAL PYNE, Wife,
Petitioner; ' ,
NOTICEOFSUIT
TO: David Lawrence Pyne
c'o Robert C Pne " ,.
1610 Bennell Road
S Orlanao Fioiida 32813
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED a Pet,-
lion lor D."soiuon ol Marriage nas Deen
filed against you ana you a'e required O10
serve a copy of your Ars*er or oiner
response to the Petition orn Petitioner's
Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE
P.O B'2oxas8
Port St. J.e, Fiori:a 32456
i .a nII n I Original oin reo 'i' ihe Clr. uil
Couli Cl�rk'. OllI.e Gull Countlv COurl
nrc.use P..'Ir S Joe Fionasr 3.E6 .:.n or
Detore the 9in ray ol Splemter,.e 1962 il
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LARGE WORK AREA - CERTIFIED TEACHER
Classes or Individual Instruction


Regretably, many people
answer this question too late.
Despite poison ivy's well-
know reputation for causing
extreme skin irritation,' the
plant is responsible for thou-
sands of lost work days each
year.
How does such an innocent,


Minister Rufus' Wood, Jr.
will' be conducting a Youth
Revival, August, 16-21. There
will be notable Gospel Music
ensembles such as "Master-
piece," First Born Church
District Choir of Panama City,
and other choirs. Also, there
will be. a Mass Community
Choir formed:during the revi-
val. All persons interested in
singing in the Mass Choir are
asked to meet at the church
Wednesday at 6:00 p.m.
The revival will be' held at
Smith Chapel A.O.H. Church,
106 Robbins Avenue, 7:00 p.m.
nightly. Everyone is cordially
invited to attend.

Register for

Local GC Classes
Registration for all Gulf
Coast Community College
classes to be held in P1ort 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: English ENC
111, Monday; Data Pro-
cessing,' COC 1201, Tuesday;
Gen. Psychology, BY 2012,
Wednesday; and Western Ci-'
vilization, EUH 1000, Thurs-
day.
Classes will begin on August
18. For further information,
call 229,6044.


pretty green plant cause such
big problems?
Urishol, found in poison ivy
and its cousins, poison oak and
sumac, is the substance that
causes all the misery. It is
found in the ivy sap, leaves,
fruit, flowers, roots and bark.
Tearing or bruising these
plant parts can release this
irritating substance.
You do not \have to come
directly in- contact with the
plant, however, to suffer its
consequences. The poison is,
easily transferred on pets,:
clothing' and tools.
If. you think you are im-
mune to poison ivy, the past
is no guarantee. Many people
start out immune to the plant
and to their dismay find their
arms and legs covered in

Art Prof.


to Judge


Bay Show
Irene Dodd, professor of art
at Valdosta State College in
Georgia, will judge the 21st
Bay Annual Art Show to be
held this -month in Panama,
City.
Miss Dodd has been a
professional artist since 1967,
during which time her draw-
ings, watercolors, and paint-
ings have been exhibited in
Europe and in eighteen
American states. She has been
presented in more than sixty
shows, including twenty na-
tional, regional, and state
exhibitions and twenty-two
one-man shows.
Works by Miss Dodd are on
display in the National Air and
Space Museum, Smithsonian
Institute in Washington. In
addition to the High Museum
of Art in Atlanta, her work is
included in collections of
several colleges.
Artwork in the Bay Annual
..Art Show will be judged by
Miss Dodd for the Best of
Show Purchase Award and for
six Merit Awards. The winner
of the Best of Show will
receive a $600.00 U.S. savings
bond and each Merit Award
winner will receive a $150.00
bond.
Hand-carried entries may
be brought to the Municipal
Auditorium in Panama City on
Monday, August 23, between 9
a.m. and 4 p.m., or entries
.may be shipped prepaid to the
auditorium. As many as four'
entries may be submitted by
each artist in this multi-media
art show. The artist must be
an, adult resident of the
-Florida panhandle area.
Application forms and rules
may be obtained by'sending a
stamped, self-addressed enve-
lope to: Bay Annual Chair-
man, Box 135, Youngstown,
Florida 32466... ,
The Bay Annual Art Show is
sponsored by the Panama Art
Association and it opens to the
public August 29.

Conducts Youth

Revival Here


rice or biscuits.


bumps after rambling in the.
woods. Some botanists think
that you may get sensitive to
the plant only .after first-time
exposure; they also are doubt-
ful that anyone is completely
immune.
The best way to avoid an
itch confrontation with poison
ivy is to learn to recognize it
and stay away. It may appear
in the form of a vine, single
bush' or shrub.
Be on the lookout for its
glossy, green leaflets which
grow in clusters of three; they
may have smooth or. saw-
toothed edges. In the fall, the
leaves turn a brilliant orange
or red before falling to the
"ground.' With waxy berries
staying on the stem through
the fall, winter and early
spring, identifying the plant is
easier when the leaves are not
present.
When planning a trip
through the woods, wear
boots, long pants and sleeves.
,Be sure and wash clothing
.immediately, since the poison
can remain intact. Expose
boots and tools to several
hours of sunlight before using
again.
Should you accidentally
come in contact with ivy, wash
the exposed area as soon as
possible with soap and water
and apply rubbing alcohol.
Once the allergic reaction
occurs, however, there is
nothing much that can be done
to stop it. Salves and lotions
may soothe the itching and
discomfort but they do nothing
to shorten the course.
Poison. Ivy can. be eradi-
cated with herbicides. Never
burn Ivy: the smoke can be as
irritating as the plant itself.

SState's.New

DUTLawg

Is Tough

Over N1,200 Florida drivers
have felt the bite of Florida's
new tough DUI (driving under
the influence) law that went
into effect July 1,1982, and the
stepped up DUI enforcement
said the Florida Highway
Patrol this week.
Lt. Colonel Roger Collar,
acting director of the Florida
Highway Patrol said, "Troop-
ers statewide made 1,278.
arrests for driving while un-
der the influence of intoxicat-
ing beverages or drugs in the
first month since 'the' DUI
enforcement crackdown be-
gan July 1st of this year. This
is an increase of 467 arrests
for this offense over the month
of July 1981. Troopers made
811 DUI arrests statewide in
July of last year."
Trooper's work schedules
were adjusted to increase
patrol coverage 'during the
hours of 6 p.m. 'to 2' a.m.,
particularly on weekends
when more drinking drivers
were on the highways.
The highest number of DUI
arrests since this crackdown.
went into effect were made on'
Saturday and Sundays with
Friday running a close third.
Weekend enforcement by the
Patrol produced 818 of the
1,278 arrests with the majority
of the arrests being made
between midnight and 6 a.m.
and from 6 p.m. until mid-
night
"Traffic deaths have drop-
ped sharply from. 264 persons
killed inrJuly 1981 to 179 in July
1982," concluded Collar, "and
we are, confident that our
enforcement efforts and this
tough new law have played an
Important part of this reduc-
tion."

Recipe for

Good Eating
Submitted by Essia Best Un-
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Mrs. Margaret Best:
Mrs. Margaret's
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1 Stalk of Celery
1 Med. Size Onion
1 Can of Cream of Mush-
room Soup
1 Small Jar of Mushrooms
1 Chicken Bouillion
Cut up-wash-salt and pepper
chicken to taste. Simmer
celery, onion, bouillion, and
chicken in just enough water
to cover it for about 15 min.
Add mushroom soup, mush-
rooms, and simmer for about
20 mins. May be served over


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The United States Achieve-
ment Academy has announced
that Pete Johnson has been
named a 1982 United States
National Award winner in
Physical Education. This
award is a prestigious honor
very few students can ever
hope to attain. In fact, the
Academy recognizes less that
five percent of all American
high school students.
Pete, who attends Blounts-
town Jr. High, was nominated
for this award by Mr. Sum-
mers, a Physical Ed instruc-
tor at the school.
Pete will appear in the
United States Achievement
Academy Official Yearbook,
published nationally.
The Academy selects USAA
winners upon the exclusive
recommendation of teachers,



Public Notices

IN "rHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR
TcENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR


Local Teens In Fashion -Revue


Each August a group of
spirited teens calling them-
selves Gayfers Teen Board
produces a musical fashion
review to provide campus
bound youth with fall fashion
direction. The teenboard is
made up of local high school
youth who contribute many
hours in the production and
staging of this annual fall
trends show, which is held in
conjunction with young Amer
America's favorite magazine,
"Seventeen".
For the past six years
Gayfers Teen Board has pro-
duced this show as a benefit
for., a local charity. The
recipient of this year's show
proceeds gos to help* estab-
lish. a scholarship at Gulf
Coast Community College to
honor News Herald Editor
Emeritus, Frank Pericola.
, Frank Pericola died on
March 27, 1982 at the age of 76.


Checking out the picture perfect fashions
for Back-to-School are Teen Board members


For more than 60 years Frank
dedicated his life to the
pursuit and printing of the
truth. Through the efforts of
Frank's friends, family, and
associates, Gulf Coast Com-
munity College has establish-
ed the Frank Pericola Scho-
larship Fund in his name for
Gulf Coast students majoring
in various areas of mass
communications. It is the aim
of the college Foundation to
permanently endow five scho-
larships, that would allow
students 'to follow in Frank's
footsteps.
Frank.Pericola liked to be
around young people and
'firmly believed them to be the
future of our, world. Because
of his attitudes for fairness
and interest in striving youth,
Gayfers Teen Board presents
"Classy Clothes-Ups" in honor
of Frank Pericola.
".CLASSY CLOTHES-UPS"


will be held on Thursday,
August 12 at the Panama City
Municipal Auditorium. It is a
multi-media fashion produc-
tion in focus with fall's best
images. Tickets are $1.50, and
all show proceeds go to the
Frank Pericola , Scholarship
Fund, administered by Gulf
Coast, Community College. ,
Fashion will come to life on
August 12 as Gayfers Teen
Board portrays a portfolio of
picture perfect fashions for
Back to School. Utilizing the
media relationship to the
fashion world, show directors
are editing fall's best fashion
stories into fourteen exciting:
clips that zoom in on fall'
dressirfg. Fall 1982 is a season
of various demographics,
each offering lots of fashion
direction. From turn of the
century dandy silhouettes to
the return of refined British
menswear...the options are


imaginative, feminine, and
versatile.
Fashion is a reflection of the
times, and the time is right to
honor Frank Pericola and help
Gulf Coast students pursue
careers in mass communica-


tions by viewing the energetic,
vivacious, spirited, multi-
media production of the year
on Thursday, August 12 at the
Panama City Municipal Audi-
torium. It's filled with media-
Magic!


from Port St. Joe Cleft to right) Trish Tapper.
Lisa Whaley and Pam Sanborn.


Yates' Grandson Is Winner


age, must attend this course to
be issued a Health Permit for
Oystering. The fee for a
permit is $2.00, and the card
will be issued upon completion
of the course.
For more information, call
227-1276.

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119. S37'44'19"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,
R10W, lying South of the centerline of
Stone Mill Creek, LESS the West 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, R10W lying South of the
centerline of Stone Mill Creek, containing
187.56, acres, more or less; subject,
however, to mineral rights reserved.


GULF COUNTY. FLORII

COY C BROGDON.and.
ANNIE J BROGDON.
Piainlills
vs
JERRY S COBY ana i
CONSTANCE D COBY
Delanoants
NOTICE OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY
suant Io a Final Judgme
aaled Ine 291h day of Ji
No 82 119 01 Ire Ciic
Fourleenntr Juaicial Ci
Gull County. Fionda.
Biogdo'. and aile. Anni
Ihe Plairlifs and Jerry
Constance D. Coby are
will sell to Ine highest ai
cash, at the Iront door o
Courthouse in Port SI
1100 AM IPort St. Joe
day ol August, 1982
described properly In C
Judgment ol Foreclosur
SEE EXHIBIT A'


DA 2184
CASE NO 82.119 EXHIBIT A
Commence at the SW corner ol Sec 3
.wlte. T4S, RIOW. thence S89"55 1 'E along meIna
Souln line ol said Sec 3 10r 478 53-leei.
Ihence N0"33'20 tor 1023 56 leel to Ina
cenlerine ol Stone Mill Creek for ins
le. POB. Thence along said cenlerline a3S
I S47-56832'E 17423'
SALE 2 S38651'13'E 7082
GIVEN Inal puI' 3 5E641755"E 9345'
nl or Foreclosure 4 N7915 18' E 12062
uly. 1982 in Case -5 S58r14'16"E 84 39
ull Court of the 6 N47"18 59'E 109 77'
rcu.l. in and lor 7 S80'53 43E 11336'
in which Coy C 8 S5927 36' E 94 40
ie i Brogoon are 9 S41'01 18"E 68 70
S Coby ana wile. 10 S55"59'31 'E 55 19
the Defendants. I 11 S6720'38 'E 13766
nd best biaaer. lor 12 S67138'10"E 9989
f the Gulf County 13 S82"27'18 E 11397
Joe. Florida. at 14 856i36'04' E 7962
time) on the 19th 15 S67022 49' E 84 08
2, the following 16 S87i30'29"E 8245
Iraer of the Final 1i. 510"04 33 E 6586
re 18 S33'51'16"E 51 08
ATTACHED For 19 S2313'02"E 5988


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ONG AVENUE
MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music and Youth


coaches, counselors or other
school sponsors and upon the
Standards for Selection set
forth by the Academy. The
criteria for selection are a
student's academic perform-
ance, interest and aptitude,
leadership qualities, responsi-
bility, enthusiasm, motivation
to learn and improve, citizen-


ship, attitude and cooperative
spirit, dependability, and re-
commendation from a teacher
or director.
Pete is the son of Bobby and
Beth Johnson. The grand-
parents are Mr., and Mrs.
Mallie Johnson of Clarksville,
and. Mr. and 'Mrs. James
Yates of'Port St. Joe.


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HIGHLAND VIEW

METHODIST CHURCH

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


The Gulf County Health
Department announces the
presentation of a course for
Oyster Handlers and Workers.
It will be held on August 17 at
7:00 p.m. at the Health Dept.
at 401 Long Avenue.
Every person, regardless of

description o properly to be sold
DATED Ihis 29ih aay ol July. 1982
JERRY GATES.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By sl Tonya Knox. Deoul Clerk


Course Provided for

Oyster Handlers, Workers


NEW SOFT LENS


New "Continuous Wear" Soft Lenses
Sort lens you can sleep in and wear up to 2 full weeks
Reg S400 Now $285 Save $115


Astigmatism Soft Lenses
For those who have previously been told
they could not wear soft lens
Reg. $350 NOW.$285 Save $65


Regular Soft Lenses
Reg. 5215 Now $150 Save $65


No Extra Charges: Prices include examination, lenses.
care Kit. fitting and mIOdifying lenses. instruction on lens
care and handling plus all aoditionai follow-up visits as
needed Service Agreement (Insurance) is optional
at extra charge
Same Day Fitting On Most Lenses

Drs. Tindell, Denney & Associates

1 17 West Main St. , Dothan. Alabama 36301
793-2633 / 793-6053


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IGA CORN (c-style, w-kernal)
IGA GREEN BEANS


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Friendly Atmosphere
EVERYDAY LOW LOW

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Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Dinners 7'/ o. pkg. 43�
IGA Bathroom Tissue..9...9...... e ro 190
Handy Pak C-C Potatoes ....... .2 Lbs. 69
M.W. SRMeal ......... ......... a5Lb. $1
Dawn Dish Liquid ............. 22oz. *1"


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IGA Pecan Spins .... .2 2pak
IGA Raisin Bread .... . .z.
IGA Giant Sandwich Bread.... ,oz.


090
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89.


^IHEALT &BE U TY IDS.. .. .


2~ Oz. - LIMIT 2 PLEAI
DELMONTE SLICED - IN JUICE
PINEAPPLE

8 oz. cans 7


AnacinTablets ......
Ladys Choice Anti Pers. 20.oz
Playtex Tamp ons...' , .s
Right Guard Deo. ...... .


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BULK RATE
U. S. POSTAGE
8M4 PAID
Permit No. 3
Wewahitchka, Fla.


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Tablerite Beef Boneless Beef Stew ........ . . . .
Tablerite Beef R.B. Shoulder Roast ... .... ... 1.48
Tablerite Fresh Ground Beef 3L:bs.. , Mo .... 28
Tablerite Whole Beef Loins . . . . . . . . ... . . eak Free
Grade A Whole Fryers ............. .. . . 49
Tablerite Beef Cubed Chuck ......... . ... I. $24
_ , . , �. $+49; ii +"Ct"I$nto '$ 69
Tablerite Beef Whole Ribeyes Lb. 34 . Steaks Ib.3
Tablerite Beef T-Bone Steaks ............... $29. 8
Tablerite Beef Sirloin Steaks .... ... ..... .. $2
Tablerite Fresh Sliced Pork Steak ........... u. $168
IGA Tablerite Sliced Bacon ThickeorThin . . . . ....... 12 .z
ykes Reg. or Beef Wieners ...... . ..... . . 2o. .
Lykes Reg. or Beef Bologna... . ............ .1
Sunnyland's Bag Smoked Sausage . ......... 220oz 22
Sunnyland's Jumbo Franks . .............Lb. $i I
Gwaltney Smoked Turkey Ham ........... .. L. m


Mrs. Smith's Apple Pies
IGA OrangeJuice.............
McKenzie White Acre Peas ....
Stilwell Cut Okra .... ..... .
M.G. Ice Cream oldFahblon . . . . . . . .
M . . Cr. Sicle .,... '.. .. ........


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Chiquita Bananas


Medium Yellow
ONIONS ...
U. S. No. 1
CARROTS
Tennessee, Mountain Grown
TOMATOES
YELLOW
SQUASH ...


31b.bag 88
3 lb. bags 88

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Kraft's Cheese Singles ..
Kraft Parkay Spread ............
Sealtest Sour Cream............
Snow Crop Five Alive............


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2 Lb. *2
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64 Oz $Jo


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INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL
Fill Your Freezer with Peas and Butterbeans - Blanched and Quick Frozen
PINK EYE PEAS WHITE or
BLACKEYE PEAS COLORED $ 50
WHITEACRE PEAS BUTTERBEANS V 2 Bu.


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Prices Effective August 11-17, 1982


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"FOR QUALITY YOU CAN TRUST"
Piggly Wiggly sells only U.S.D.A. Choice Heavy Western Beef, top grade government inspected
Pork and U.S.D.A. Grade "A" Fryers. Our hamburger meat is pure beef, we use no fillers or ad-
ditives. '


Fresh Fryer (By the Bag) U.S.D.A. Choice
j Boneless
LEG QTRSLEG. CHUCK
(Limit 2 Bags PleaseCK
Lb. 3 ROAST $169
Lb. 9Lb.


Fresh Lean 100% Pure Beef
GROUND $118
3 Lbs.
BEE LLF or More Lb. 1
U.S.D.A. Choice
SIRLOIN $259
-STEAK Lb. &
U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless 1 89
971 SHLDR. ROAST Lb. 1


Family Pak Sliced 58
Smoked Bacon Lb.a.1
Good Value Reg. or Beef $ 4 09
FRANKS ... 12oz.$1


U.S.D.A. Choice
T-BONE
STEAK


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ROUND
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Extra Lean All Meat
STEW BEEF


Lb.$169
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Fresh Pork NECKBONES,
Feet, Maws, Liver Lb.58


Box Ends & Pieces
3 Lb. BACON


T.V. Brand Boneless
Whole HAMS


Lb.$2 29


Good Value 2.5' oz. 2 /
Chipped Meats /89


10 Lb. Bucket Pork
CHITTERLINGS $99


Fresh Skinned & Deveined
BEEF LIVER


STARKIST


Good Value Mac. & Cheese
DINNERS


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24 oz. btl.
HUNT'S


Piggly Wiggly Produce Is
Second to None In Freshness,
Quality & Variety at Low,
Low Budget-Saving Prices.


Chiquita
BANANAS


3 Lbs.


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- CABBAGE
Fresh
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Fresh
CARROT!
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POTATOES


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Ppanefi RButtr 98


Green
PEANUTS
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BROCCOLI


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CELERY
YELLOW
ONIONS


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TOWELS 48.


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No Brand 1 Lb. Bag
COFFEE ...


$207


No Brand Laundry So11
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No Brand 20 oz. box $ 1 68 . REpnd No Brand 16 oz. 2No Brand 32 oz.
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For Your Shopping Convenience
Piggly Wiggly Is
OPEN ON SUNDAY
9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
STORE HOURS: M-Th, 8:00- 7:00
Fri. & Sat., 8:00- 8:00
Sunday, 9:00 - 6:00
Home Owned & Operated by Brad Johnson




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