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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880

FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 29


THE STAR
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Industry -Deep Water Port ---Fine People - Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1983


Commissioners Spar Over Paving



Spirited Tiff Expresses Differences Over."Fair Treatment"


It may, have been a senseless
argument, but it was a dilly while it
lasted.
County Commission chairman Billy
Branch and Commissioner Jimmy
Gortman went at it for about 15 minutes
Tuesday morning, over who received
-the major share of paving in the county
- over the past couple of years and who
:was getting "beaten".;
:- Gortmin claimed he was getting
"beaten" in every way for his district in
: the north end of the county, "especially
when it comes to road paving". Branch
maintained the north end of the county


was "getting its fair share of every-
thing" and instructed Clerk Jerry
Gates to bring road paying figures and
location of projects to the next meeting
on Tuesday, March 22. to prove his
point.
The brouhaha started innocently'
enough. 'Chairman Branch had wanted
to come up with a paving program to be
done by the county road department at
the last meeting, "so they can begin,
making plans for their summer sche-
dule". Gortman and Commissioner.
Doug Birmingham wanted to wait until
the meeting Tuesday so they would


have time to examine the possibilities
and decide which projects .needed
paving most.
Tuesday, the meeting was almost
over when Commissioner Everett Ow-
ens asked, "Aren't we going to set our
road paving priorities today?" When.
Branch answered in the affirmative,
Owens then made a suggestion that a
street in Oak, Grove in the Roche
Subdivision and a short street in
Highland View, from the Elementary
'school to "a church" be placed in the.
surfacing program.
No problem. This suggestion met


with unanimous approval.
Then, Commissioner Eldridge Mo-
ney suggested a short street in Jones
Homestead be included.
Again, no problem. This was
agreed to.
Then, Commissioner Gortman
started things popping by making a
motion that two short streets in
Whispering Pines Subdivision in We-
wahitchlka be paved and recommended
that the street be paved first. That
recommendation is what did it.
Chairman Branch then notified
Gortman that the project suggested by


Gortman would be fourth in line, since
the 'other three streets had been
suggested first. Branch said Owens
-made the motion that his' input to the
program would be first and second in
priority.
Gortman said he didn't hear that in
the motion.. Branch countered that
Gortman. and Birmingham had been
talking between themselves while the
business was going on and had
evidently -missed the wording of' the
motion.
Owens verified that he had moved
his suggestions be taken care of first in


his motion.
As the discussion progressed,
it was agreed on by' the entire.
Commission that there would be
enough money in the current
year's budget to pave all' four
projects suggested, since they
were all short streets. Still the -
"discussion" continued.
Owens then made his motion a
second time, outlining the Oak Grove
and Highland View projects as
numbers one afidtwo and the two short
Wewahitchka streets as priority num-
(Continued on Page 5)


Mayor Frank Pate dials the first call in Roy Gibson, vice-president of St. Joseph
the Port St. Joe's new telephone system, as B. Telephone and Telegraph watches.


New Telephone Switches

Put Into Service Early Saturday Morning


Mayor- Frank Pate made the first
telephone call over the new switching system
installed over the past several months and cut
over last Saturday morning by St. Joseph
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Mayor
Pate took advantage of the opportunity to call
his son, Gary, in Indianapolis, Indiana, for the
first call out of the new system, but he wasn't
home.
St. Joseph Tel. & Tel. has.just completed
a-modernization program here in Port St. Joe
and is continuing the program throughout its
entire system, according to Vice-President
and manager, B-. Roy Gibson. The new
system is an ' all solid state operation,
designed to be more reliable, quicker and


capable of handling more traffic than the old
equipment. "Our old system, even though it is
just a few years old, is already obsolete",
Gibson said.
The new system, a NEAX 61 digital
central office package manufactured by NEC
America, Inc., Teleco Division was installed
in the local office by the firm and cut over into
operation at 12:01 A.M., Saturday to take over
the switching operations of the firm:.
The old switching machinery filled more
than half the top and bottom floors of the
phone company, headquarters at the corner
of Fifth Street and Long Avenue. The new
.machinery, which will do more work,
(Continued on Page 5)


Two Meetings Friday

Feature Dead Lakes
Two important meetings are on tap today regarding
the Dead Lakes in Wewahitchka.
Friday morning, at 11:00 a.m., the Dead Lakes
Water Management District Commission will be
meeting in a special session at the Library meeting room
adjacent to the Gulf County Courthouse in Port St. Joe.
No agenda has been listed by the Commission.
Friday evening, at 7:00 p.m., CST, the general
public is invited to attend an organizational meeting to
form a "Dead Lakes Restoration Committee". The
meeting will be held in the Commons Area of
Wewahitchka High School.
On tap for the meeting Friday evening is Lt. Col.
(Ret) E. L. Elofson, chairman, Chipola River Basin
Protective Group and Jerry Gates, secretary to the
Dead Lakes Water Management District.
Using the theme, "Restore The Dead Lakes" the
organizers of the new committee are running a display
advertisement on page three of this week's issue of The
Star, to announce their meeting.
According to Gates, everyone is invited to the
Friday evening meeting.
Both meetings are open to the public.



St. Joe Harbor will Get Study
Funds In President's New Budget
President Reagan's recent subject to change by Conrig-
budget, submitted to Congress gress.
on January 31, included $155,- Included in the several
105,000 in civil works funds for projects allocated under study
the Mobile District, U.S. Army funds in the Mobile District
Corps of Engineers. This is the . was the Port St. Joe Harbor,
Administration's. budget sub- which was allocated $1,731,-
mitted to Congress andj is 000.


Gulf County Sheriff Ken Murphy exam-
ines some of the bagged marijuana recovered


from the home of Mr. and Mrs. James L.
Tomlin Monday evening. -Star photo


Wewa Couple Arrested


Charged
James ' .. Tomlin, .26, of
Wewahitchka, has been ar-
rested and charged with culti-
vating marijuana and posses-
sion of marijuana with intent
to deliver, according to Gulf
County Sheriff Ken Murphy.
Tomlin's wife, Gertrude Col-
leen Tomlin, age 24, alo of
Wewahitchka, has also been
arrested and charged with
possessionn of marijuana with
intent to deliver.
The arrests were made
Monday evening, following an
investigation of -several


with Growing, Possessing Pot


weeks, which involved several.
weeks of surveillance on the
Tomlin residence by investi-
gator Charlie Hill of the Gulf
County Sheriff's Department.
A search warrant was obtain-
ed after information was
received that a large quantity
of marijuana was at the
residence. The search war-
rant was served Monday by
Hill, Lt. Jack 'Davila and
Auxiliary man Sammy Wil-
liams of the Sheriff's Depart-
ment and Chief Jonathan'
Glass of the Wewahitchka


Police Department. ,
A search of the residence
revealed a large quantity of
bagged marijuana, known as
censamillion, with a street
value of approximately $700.
Also found were, 25 live
plants, growing behind the
house, which at maturity,
would be valued at $2,500 and
paraphernalia, such as scales
and pipes.
Mrs. Tomlin was released
on her own recognizance and
Mr. Tomlin is in the. Gulf
County Jail.


In the photo above left, one of the detonators placed in the milk bottles of gunpowder. The center photo shows the timer where the incendiary devices
containing gasoline is shown, It consists of a broken flash bulb in a small bag and the photo at right shows the clustered jugs of gasoline.



Incendiary Device Is Planted


No arrests had been made by press time
yesterday in the case of attempted arson on the
Good Spirits II package store and lounge on
Highway 98 west of Highland View, but several
leads have developed, according to Gulf County
Sheriff'Ken Murphy.
Murphy said' that discovery of incendiary
devices before they went off has helped the
investigation of the matter and opened several
leads into solving the case.
An as yet unknown party or parties placed a
potent firebomb in the lounge's attic, which was
discovered Thursday afternoon. The incendiary
device was set to go off Friday morning at 2:00
a.m., some 10 hours after the device was


discovered. Ray Long, a Wewahitchka electrician,
discovered the incendiaries Thursday afternoon,
when he went back to the lounge to try to find a
hammer he had lost several days prior while doing
a job there.
The lounge, owned by Joyce Husband of
Wewahitchka, was formerly the St. Joe Lanes
bowling lanes until it was converted about a year
ago. The firebombs had been placed in clusters of'
four in six different locations in the attic and
armed with 'detonators 'consisting of a small
envelope of gunpowder with a flashbulb filament
inside. They were connected to electric wires,
which were attached to an electric timer, set to
ignite the.devices at 2:00 a.m., Friday.
Sheriff Murphy called in the Tyndall Air Force


Base explosive ordnance detachment team to
disarm the incendiaries and remove them from
the building. Investigators from the Federal
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms were
also called into the case in an attempt to discover
who had placed them and for what reason.
Murphy said that had the devices gone off
when they were set for, the .building would have
been burned to the ground before any fire
department could arrive at the scene.
Murphy said the federal investigators, Gulf
County Sheriff's investigator Charlie Hill, Lt. Jack
Davilla and Deputy James Mock are all actively
involved in the investigation of the case which is
being extensively pursued.


Dr. Duncan


Assumes


Pastorate

Dr. Daniel W. Duncan has accepted a call to
serve as pastor of the Long Avenue Baptist
Church here in Port St. Joe. He will begin
serving the local church Sunday, March 13, as
he assumes the pulpit duties with the Sunday
morning worship services.
Dr. Duncan has pastored churches in
Alabama and Kentucky and has just recently
resigned the pastorate of Mt. Vernon Baptist
Church of Jasper, Alabama.
Dr. Duncan was born and reared in
Hamilton, Alabama. Hereceived his A.B. degree
from Samford University in Birmingham. He
attended Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
in Louisville, Kentucky, receiving a Master of
Divinity Degree in 1972 and a Doctor of Ministry
in 1982.
The new pastor, his wife Barbara and
daughters Evangeline and Elizabeth, will be
moving to Port St. Joe Friday of this week and
will make their home in the church pastorium on
17th Street.


Free Butter for County
S Doug Kent, 'county administrative officer, said this
Week distribution of free butter from the U.S.
Department of Agriculture will be inade on Friday and
Saturday, with distribution points in both ends of the
county being .set up.
Kent said only butter will be distributed under the
same guidelines used for free cheese distribution three
weeks ago. .
The distribution will be made at the Washington
Recreation center in the south end of the county and
from the Community Center in the north "end .of the
county. Distribution hours on both Friday and Saturday
will be from 9:00 a.m., to 5:00 p.m. .
V. !'


DR. DANIEL W. DUNCAN


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Editorials


and Comments


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, MAR. 10, 1983


Aren't we lucky, Florida?
We don't have to struggle by
with having to pay only an extra five
:cents gasoline taxes; we get to pay
-an extra 1.6 cents per gallon.
Aren't we lucky?
Aren't we most favored among
-,states?
-: While the nation is struggling to
.;get over a debilitating recession and
trying to reduce expenses as much
:::as possible to make the recovery
Easier, we here in Florida have a
: Legislature working in special ses-
Ssion - on their time off - just to
. keep us well equipped with more
: taxes each and every year.
Aren't we lucky?
We'd hate to run out of taxes to
! pay. It would pain us to be forced to.
. �-. $go through a year when there were
' no new taxes placed on our back. We
. would feel lost without the annual
responsibility of taking on a new tax
: "for a good cause".
:" This time, the extra tax is being
levied to supposedly fix up our
=. roads. Someone told us they were in
.bad shape.
No kidding?
How did everyone know? Wep
i thought nobody drove the roads in
: the Panhandle except the people of
.i the Panhandle, so how did they know
:-our roads were in deplorable condi-
tion?
No matter that they were in



Lowering

:." The end is drawing near in the
:: arguments over whether or not the
:-:functional literacy test in Florida
-*school. is. discriminatory ,against
Blacks - or,-fortha maitier, against
whites.
Arguments for the opponents of
-:the testing seem to be concerned
that some students were discrimi-
-nated against in preparing for the
tes.ting. We never read how these
students were supposed to have been
discriminated against, but we would
be interested in learning of the how
and why in this case.
If both blacks and whites attend
the same classes in Florida schools;
as they have for many years now -
how can we justify a claim of-
discrimination if all students attend
the same classes?
. If a group is discriminated in a
I , particular class, we must assume all
Were discriminated against, since
S.all had access to the same teaching.
As we have stated here before, if
a student, whether he be white,
black, . green, chartreuse, red or
gray, cannot pass this simple test,


bad shape back when the state was
hunting places to spend road money
and they could have been fixed then.
Who knows? If the roads were kept
in shape when we had the money,
they might last through this period
when we don't have the money to fix
them properly.

On second thought, if we get by
with a 1.6 cent increase in our.
gasoline tax, a,$2.00 increase in the
automobile license plates, a five
percent sales tix on jet fuel and a
$519 increase in heavy truck tag fees
in this one: year, we might just
consider ourselves lucky.
We suppose the tax bite could be
worse, but that. doesn't take away
from the fact that we shouldn't be
raising taxes on this level at all. We
pay enough taxes now on a percent-
age basis. If the take isn't large,
enough, that's just an indication the
gross is not as great as it formerly
wag.
Increased taxes against a les-
sening tax base doesn't do the people
any .good. It might buy them more
roads, but then again, it might stop
them from driving to the point where
the tax revenue will be less and build'
even fewer miles of road than
before.
Remember what the high price
of oil did to driving and demand for"
oil? "



the Price

the ire of these people opposing the
testing should be at the- system
which will allow a teacher so ill
prepared to be in a classroom. If the
sl dntfodish't gatheB enough kiTw-
ledge accidentally to pass this
literacy test, there is something
seriously, definitely wrong. Either
the student is extra thick-headed or
the teacher is a complete dud.
The testing shouldn't be allowed
as a vehicle for graduation more for
its simplicity rather than on a
discrimination basis.
One of the things which put our
manufacturers out 'of business
world-wide was the watering down
of quality to get the price down. One
of the things which will tear down
our educational system- is the:
watering down of. the quality to get
the "price" down. If a student can't
pass basics on a simple test, he
doesn't need to be presented a
diploma which certifies that he is
educated, because he is not. He has
merely attended school and been
exposed, for' which, he gets a
certificate of attendance.


About a month ago our
preacher called the children to
the front of the church, as he
always does, to talk to them a
moment before excusing them
to Children's Church. In his
hand he had a mirror and his
topic was, "What 0o' you see
when you look in the mirror?"
He explained to them that
they should look for something
good when they look in the
mirror, that there was some-.
thing there that was unique
and unlike anyone else. The
message, of course, was that
they. were . individuals and
should be proud of whatever
was different about them-
selves.
For some reason that short
sermon stuck with me. Per-:
haps it was because I suffer
from an acute lack of confi-

S.S. Earnings
Need Reporting
People in th*e North. Florida
area who receive Social',Se-
curity checks and who earned'
more than the annual limit in
1982 should remember that
they must file an annual
report of their 1982 earnings
by April i5 if they have not yet
done so, Ann Kinard, Social
Security field representative
for Gulf County, said recently.
The 1982 annual earnings
limits were $6,000 for people
who" were 65 or older and
$4,400 for people who were
under 65 all of 1982. People
whowere 72 or older all of. 1982
do not have to file an annual
report of earnings.
People who notified Social
Security that they 'expected to
earn, more than the annual
limit in , 1982 'should. have
received a report form in the
mail by now. Those who have
not received a forMn.can obtain'
one at the Panama City Social
Security office.
On the report, a person will-
also estimate "1983 earnings. If
estimated earnings exceed the
1983 annual limits, benefits
will be withheld accordingly.
The 1983 annual limits are
$6,600 for people 65 or over and
$4,920 for people under 65 all of
1983.
In addition, the age at which
the earnings test no. longer
applies drops to 70 in 1983.
This means that earnings a
person has in and after the
month he or she reaches 70
will not affect benefits. Only
earnings before the birthday
month affect benefits.
More information about how
earnings affect the receipt of
benefits can be obtained at the
Panama City Social Security
office, located at 30 West
Government Street. The pe-
ople there will be glad to
answer any questions. The
telephone number is 769-4871.


dence and although I am
handsome, in a rugged sort of
way (and extremely modest),
I sometimes get the feeling
that people are staring at me.
I have always believed that
they were'admiring me. That
is until.I heard the preacher's
sermon to the children.
About a, month after the
sermon I was standing in front
of the mirror one morning
trying to wake up when one of
the questions the preacher


asked the children flashed
through my mind. ."Do you
like what you see when you
look into the mirror?"
I peered into the mirror and
did not like what I saw. I
washed my face and brushed
my teeth and looked again:
Some change but nothing to
crow about. After a brisk
shave and wetting and comb-
ing my hair I held a closer
inspection. There was some-
thing amiss; something that


was off-setting the entire
image in the mirror.
For about five minutes I
searched* very closely and,
finally, like a flash in the
night, I saw it! One of my
sideburns was longer, toward
the bottom of my jaw, than the
other. That was what was
setting my image off balance.
A little trim and the figure
staring back at me would look
as handsome as ever.
With delicate care I trim-
med the right sideburn about
an eighth of an inch. I looked
again. Just a little too much,
so I trimmed the left one just a
fraction. Gee, I must have
taken off more than I thought
because the right one was low
again.
When my sideburns were
even with the top of my ears I
stopped. What on earth was
wrong? There was no way I


could get them to match and I
was totally ruined! I looked
like a fifteen year old boy in a
forty-five year old man's
body. And there was no way to
hide what I had done.
Then I saw it! Very care-
fully and with shaking hands I
took the ruler and measured
from my right collar bone to
my right ear lobe. I then
measured from the left side to
my left ear lobe. I balanced a
level on my head and mea-
sured again. The results was
the same; my left' ear was
exactly one quarter of an inch
higher than my right one!
Now everybody asks me,
"What in the world happened
to your hair?" Or, "Who did
that to you?"
My standard, honest reply
is, "Our preacher did this to
me. Sometimes he talks too
much!"


Before You

BEFORE YOU KNOW IT they'll be
% playing baseball again. The teams are
2 all in spring training camp 'and the
':, exhibition games have started down.in -
SSouth Florida and out in' Arizona.
: -' Last year, the entire southeastern
- states adopted the Atlanta Braves when
they won 13 games in a row to start the
season and stayed on top or near the top
hard thing to do to walk from one end of
the street to the other without having
street to the other without having
someone mention the Braves and their
V record.
The attitude toward the Braves was
a complete reverse of their support in
years prior, when their record was
anything but spectacular. As a matter.
of fact, it was hard to find a Braves'
. fan.
S:' have been a Braves' fan ever
S since they were in Milwaukee. When
they moved to Atlanta, I hadto inherit
the miseries which came along with
: their floundering along year after year.
S People who never sat down and
watched a baseball game on television
before, sat up night after night last year
just to see what the Braves would do. I


Know It, the Atlanta Braves Will be Off On Pennant Race


thought at times I was stupid for
waiting up.until 10:00 or later at night,
just to see the first few innings of a west
coast game.
Even the ladies identified with the


Where are the sob-sisters and
brothers who come out of the wood-
works every time the United States
says or does something kind or helpful,
ships an extra load of grain or lends a


to get 'set off on another binge of
vilification.
But, where were they early last
week when the hundreds of people in
northern India were killed in cold


esley R. Ramsey


few bucks to a nation? Why' aren't they
dragging out their scakcloth and ashes
and raising up a howl of indignation ike
they do when the U.S. says an official
wrong word or two, or praises a leader'
in the third world? If the object of the
praise happens to be a ruler of the
action, the rhetoric starts flowing
castigating our nation and its leaders.
It takes only half an excuse for :the
professional denigrators of our nation


bldod? Where were they when the
explosion killed 'those people in Ire-
lafid?
' I'm disappointed that these self-
appointed wailers over what is suppos-
ed to be wrong in the world fell down on
the job last week when they were
needed.
n As early as last Thursday, the India
killing story had migrated all the way
back to page 10 and was apparently on


its way out of the newspaper altogether.


its way out of the newspaper altogether.
By the last of the week, additional
thousands were starving in northern
India as the result of a blockade thrown
up around the area by India. Apparent-
ly as many or more will die than died
from the out-right killing and still the
sob-sisters and brothers are quiet.
Where are they when they are
needed? Are they really interested in
the welfare of people or are they just
interested in casting stones at the
United States?

PRESIDENT REAGAN tweaked
the nose of the major TV networks last
week and chided them about not airing
more good news. At first, the president
came out and point-blank asked why
they couldn't spend at least a week
concentrating on good news. Then he
softened the suggestion and said it
looked as if they MIGHT air only good
news once in a while.
CBS' poor substitute for Walter
Cronkite - Dan Rather - suspected
the president was making such a
suggestion only so it would emphasize


the good things which: were going on
and enhance the president's position in
the-state of the union.
So, what's wrong with that? If the
guy is doing a good job somewhere,
somebody ought to know about it. The
.TV is quick to point out, in living color,
when he isn't.
When you are looking for the bad
stuff, primarily, it's hard to find enough
good news to fill up a page or a news
space slot.
It all depends on where your
interest lies.
I don't think the wires or the
networks realize they are doing us a
favor in a round-about way when they
print the bad news, or they might stop
it.
So long as they major on bad news,
they are telling us that the bad things
are news. News is the unusual things
which happen about us each day. As
long as the news is bad, that makes it
unusual and most of us get more of the
usual than we do the unusual every day.
When the bad things stop being
news, I think we are in trouble.


Braves last year and could quote won
loss records, games behind, games
ahead, Murphy's batting average,
Horner's injured ankle or Chris Cham-
blis' latest home run. Women could talk
about these things around here.
I'm ready for baseball to begin. It'll
be a welcome change from the stuff
which is on TV these days.
WHERE ARE T++EY?+.
WHERE ARE THEY?


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.


Mar.10
Mar.11
Mar. 12
Mar. 13
Mar. 14
Mar. 15
Mar.16
Mar. 17


High Ht. Low Ht.
2100 1.2 651 -.2
2153 1.2 734 -.3
2240 1.1 816 -.1
3330 1.0 838 .0
846 .1
12 .9 833 .2
1340 .4 1705 .2
136 .7 745 .4
1256 .6 1947 .2
1306 .8 2154 .1


Aren't We Lucky,


Florida?
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. .Look In the Mirror

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 10, 1983


Children's Services Next
Week at H.V. Assembly


Highland View Assembly of
God Church will be having
Children's Services Marth 14
through 18, beginning at 6:30
p.m. each evening.
Featured will be Brother
Dennis and the Good News.
Gang. Children will enjoy


contests, prizes, blacklight
flannelgraph, king and queen
crowning, puppets, Bible sc-
ramble, gospel tricks, and
balloon animals.
Everyone is cordially in-
vited to attend these special
services.


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Myrtice Wilder Is Gulf's

1983 'Person with Heart'


The Gulf County Heart
Association is proud to an-
nounce that Myrtice Wilder
has been chosen the 1983 Gulf
County "Person With Heart."
The Association wishes to
thank all the many persons
who wrote in nominations to
t'le contest, calling attention
to the fact that Gulf County
has many outstanding citi-
zens who were eligible for this
recognition.
The efforts of the Port St.
Joe Ministerial Association
were greatly appreciated, as
they gave of their time each


Dr. H. L. Garfield, Medical Executive
Director for Gulf County and president of the
Gulf County Heart'Association, gives Myrtice
Wilder the good news that she has been
selected as Gulf County's 1983. "Person With


Heart". The promotion was run in conjunc-
tion with the beginning of the annual Heart
Fund Drive here in Gulf County.


Cancer Drive Beq
This year, 26,000 Floridians who might have' been saved
poo'ioooooooolooo 1 -co doooooooo UooooooGooo eglaesleOl AuUlellggelHaIpo'H silo


MOTHERS!
. There's a new Daycare and
Pre-School Learning Qenter
coming to your .area. Please
fill out information and return,
to:


The Learning Center
P. 0. Box 13145
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
GLENDA WHITFIELD * 648-8435
* SPECIALIZED IN PRE-SCHOOL TRAINING '
* ALL AGES WELCOMED
* DROP-INS WELCOMED
' HOT MEALS & SNACKS
* LIMITED TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE,,


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irins
will die of cancer. Why?
Because they didn't recognize
cancer's symptoms early on--
when cancer is most curable.
On March 19, a volunteer will
be knocking on your. door
asking for your support of the
American Cancer Society and
offering you a special Risk
Assessment Test. The questi-
onnaire is a self-test designed
to help you determine if you
have a higher than normal
risk' of developing some can-
cers.,
Your local American Can-
cer Society urges you to give
generously when your neigh-
bor calls. With your help,
cancer can be controlled.

Revival Slated.
At HY Methodist
The Highland View United
Methodist Church will be
having Revival Services
March 9-11 at 7:30 each
evening.
Guest speaker will be Rev.
Fred Melvin, pastor of Spring-
field Methodist Church, Pana-
ma City.
Everyone is welcome to
attend. A nursery will be
provided.


week to select a winner.
The following merchants
who generously gave gifts
each week were: Saveway
Food Store, Campbell's
Drugs, Motel St. Joe Restaur-
ant, Mayhafn's Department
Store, Terry's Fried Chicken,
Hurlbut True Value Supply,
Country Class Restaurant,
Perry's Pizza, Wewahitchka
State Bank, Abby's Restaur-
ant, Western .Auto, Butler's
Restaurant, Piggly Wiggly,
and Florida National Bank.
Contributing gifts for the
Grand Winner were: St. Joe


Paper Company, Ming's
Greenhouse, Badcock's Home
Furnishings, Indian Pass Seq-
food, Buzzett's Drug Store,
Gulf Cable TV, and Betty Rich
at IGA in Wewahitchka. The
Heart Association extends
thanks to each of those
contributing, along with their
thanks to The Star, WJOE,
and The Gulf County Breeze in
Wewahitchka for their help in
this project.
Chop some fruit flavored gel-
atin as a garnish to top fresh
fruit cup. Gives it a frosty
expensive look and taite.


RESTORE THE


WHAT: The Public is invited to attend an
organizational meeting to form a


"Dead


Lakes


Restoration


Committee".

WHERE: Wewahitchka High School Commons
Area

WHEN: March 10, 1983, 7:00 p.m., CST

PROGRAM:


(1) E. L. Elofson,
Chipola River-
(2). Jerry Gates






DEAD


Lt. Col. (Ret)., Chairman,
Basin Protective Group







LAKES


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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 10. 1983


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Trinitarian Nun


unty Officials To Speak Leads Local Ladies
e Sister Ann Mary Gallagher, ing. After a short ta
a Trinitarian nun engaged in Sister Ann, the ladies
. . . . 881ER OR* many phases of parish minis- spend some time medi
y rt at St John The Evangelist on their personal respo


The Saint Joseph Bay Chap-
ter of the A.A.R.P. will meet
:Monday, March 14th at 2:30
-p.m. EST at the Union Hall on
.Sixth Street.
,r President Ray Lopez has
:planned an interesting. and
::informative program. Three
:Gulf County officials will
be present. Eda Ruth Taylor,
;Tax Collector; and Joyce
-Williams, Property Assessor,
:will discuss proposed home-


:1


stead exemptions and how
these will affect you as a
taxpayer. Ms. Taylor and Ms.
Williams will answer ques-
tions from the audience. Cora
Sue Robinson, Supervisor of
Elections, will talk aout the
importance of being a regis-
tered voter, and the import-
ance of expressing one's feel-
ing on the issues by voting in
every election. Ms. Robinson
will -also answer questions,


REMEMBER OUR LOW PRICED

- Sunday Lunch.,,. $375
with Salad Bar


Try Our Homemade Pies and Cakes
- Small Dining Room Available for Small Groups


Pauline's Restaurant
412 Reid Avenue * Port St. Joe




Get Ready for

Spring with a

Visit to

l~ inl"is Greenhouse .
A ing and Nursery-

Highway 98, West of Highland View

Vegetables & Flowering Bedding Plants 95' Ea. & Up
ROSES (30 varieties), potted .. 4.95 Ea. & Up
4-7 ft. FRUIT TREES ........... 6.50 E. &Up
5-10 ft. SHADE TREES......... 7.00 Ea.& Up
Variety of Packaged Vegetable & Flower Seeds
We Have A Nice'
Selection of Indooi & Garden
FERTILIZERS
(Peters 20-20-20, Miracle'Grow,
15-0.15, -8-8, Cow Manure
. and Much, Much More)

SV t We Also Have A Wide
SVariety of
'GARDEN
INSECTICIDES
Come See Us Soon for the best
Selection

Open 9:30 - 6:00
Mon. thru Sat.


229-8184
Ming and Tracy Pierce
':i:g Owners


and give information on how
to register.
Delicious refreshments will
be provided by Jessie Owens,
Dora Mae Dikes, Mary Hol-
land, Willie Ola Wright, Mer-
cedes Wynn, Bessie Nedley,
Clare Hutchings, and Gillie
McNair.
Final payment for the April
14th trip to Nashville's Grand
Old Opry is due at this
meeting. First plans for an
October trip to Epcot will be
made.


Church, Warrington, took
time from her busy schedule
Saturday, March 6, to come to
Port St. Joe and lead the
ladies of St. Joseph's Catholic
Church and their guests in a
day of recollection and fellow-
ship.
Sister Ann because of her
charm and wit was able to
present very serious subjects
in a lighthearted and yet
down-to-earth manner which
made it easy for her listeners
to apply these teachings to
their own lives.
Each session started with
inspirational music and sing-


ik by
would
tating
nse to


the subject. Then, small dis-
cussion groups would be form-
ed for sharing thoughts before
coming back together With the
entire group for further dis-
cussion. Many thought .pro-
voking insights were gained
from these sessions. Some of
the topics covered were:
Prayer, its many meanings
and expressionss' Praying
with Scripture; and Mary as
model inm prayer and in
bringing Christ to the world.
The day which had' begun
with Mass in the Church ended
there also with a quiet Scrip-
tyral prayer service.


Conservation of Local


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Endangered Lands
* Jerry Brooks, District Fo- The National Socie
rester, Florida Division of established a Consi
Forestry will speak on conser- Committee in 1909 an
vation at the St. Joseph Bay support of all good co
Chapter Daughters of the tion practices, Cons'
American Revolution noon Week, Fire Prevention
meeting, Wednesday, March Arbor Day and Wildli
.16, at the Garden Center. tection 'It urges in
Mr. Brooks is in charge of members to screen
all state forestry operations in effects of legislation a
Bay, Gulf, Calhoun, Franklin natural resources befo
and Liberty counties. His porting conservation
address will particularly con- tion.
cern environmentally endan- Hostesses for the
gered lands of the lower are Mrs. Herman Dea
Apalachicola River :area in Tom Alsobrook, Mr
western Franklin and eastern Boyles, andMrs. B. R.
Gulf'counties. Sr.


ty DAR
ervation
id seeks
onserva-
ervation
n Week,
ife Pro-
dividual
overall
affecting
ore sup-
legisla-
meeting-
in, Mrs.
s. Glen*
Gibson,


Ms. Costin Selected

"Scalphunter' at FSU
Leslie Costin, daughter of mote athletics.
Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Costin, Leslie has also been selected
was recently chosen as a for the staff of the newly
member of "Scalphunters" at formed "Greek" yearbook, an,
Florida State University. Les- annual featuring Sorority and
lie was placed in nomination, Fraternity life at F.S.U.
by the Varsity Cheerleading
Squad of which she is a . Leslie serves as secretary,
member, and was then inter- for the. Cheerleading squad.
viewed by members of the and is an active member of Pi
Extra Point Club. "Scalphunt- Beta Phi Fraternity. She is
ers" assist The Seminole . completing her, sophomore
Booster Organization as. ,hos- year.; Her, plans are t0 major,
tesses and in money-raising 'in Media' Performance iahd
projects, which strictly pro- minor in Government.


Drug Program Will be

Presented at P.T.A.


The next meeting of the Port
St. Joe Elementary School
P.T.A. will be Tuesday, March
15, at 7:00 p.m. A brief regular
business meeting will be con--
ducted. A program presented
by. the Northwest Florida
Drug Council will immediate-
ly follow. A representative
from the, Drug Council .will


describe school drug abuse
prevention services. Concepts
"of drug use and abuse,will be
demonstrated through a com-
puter that will be displayed by
the Drug Council during the
meeting.
All parents are encouraged
to attend this important pre-
sentation.


Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Scott
Sr. of Lynn Haven have
announced the :engagement
and approaching marriage of
their daughter, Gay Yvonne
Scott, to Gary Speights, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Speights
of Port St. Joe.
The bride-elect is 'a gradu-
ate of A. Crawford Mosley
High School, Gulf Coast Com-
munity College, and is attend-
ing the University of West
Florida. She is currently in-
terning at Parker Elementary
School and is employed at A.
D. Harris Sixth Grade Center.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Port St. Joe High School, Gulf
Coast Community College,
and the University of South
Alabama. He is employed with
the Gulf County School Sys-
tem.
The wedding will take place
March 19 at 3:00 p.m. at the
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church,
Lynn Haven. All friends and
relatives are invited to attend.
A reception will follow the
ceremony in the annex of the
church.

New Arrival
Ron and Paula Kegley of .
Port St. Joe proudly announce
the arrival of their new baby
daughter, Pamela Diane, born
Saturday, February 26, at 3:17'
p.m.,_weighing 8 lbs. 6� ozs.
She is happily welcomed home
by her proud parents and big
brother, Ron Jr., age 9.
Maternal grandparents are
Nell Aplin of Gulfport, Missis-
sippi, and Gerald Combest of
Jackson, Mississippi. Patern-
al grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. 'Fred B. Kegley, Jr. of
Jacksonville.


Port St. Joe's


Most


Exciting Place to Worship!



First Baptist Church
Port St. Joe, Florida
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
9:45 ... Bible Study (All Ages)
11:00 .......... . .. Worship
(Broadcast live WJOEIAM - WGCV/FM)
6:00 ....... Church Training
7:00 ............. Worship
S "The End of Your Search
for A Friendly Church".


Easy-On-The-Budget Recipes

Stretch Food Dollars


Cutting food bills is no easy
task, especially when you're
trying to plan 'meals which
are tasty, nutritious and easy
to prepare, as well.
Help is available in a new
booklet offered byThe Quaker
Oats Company. "Stretching
Food Dollars" gives common-
sense tips. on planning menus,
getting ready to shop, shop-
ping'wisely and storing foods
properly. A series of handy
charts keeps weights and
measures, yields and common
cooking terms at your finger-
-tips for quick reference.
Also included are recipes-
for breakfast foods, breads,
main dishes, soups, side
dishes, salads and desserts.
"Apple Cinnamon Pancakes,"
"Country Oat Corn Bread,"
"Barley Cheese Soup," "Best
Baked Chicken" and "Oat-
meal Crunchies" are just a
few of the family pleasing,
easy-on-the-budget recipes
featured in this informative
booklet. All of the recipes are,
easy to pIrepare, and many
include microwave cooking
directions.
Main dishes which are
both quick and kind to the
budget are always in demand.
"Easy Meatball Stroganoff" is
hearty enough to serve after
an afternoon of skating or.
sledding. Quick or Old Fash-
ioned Quaker Oats, milk and
egg keep the meatballs moist
and flavorful besides extend-
ing 1-1/2 pounds of ground
beef to feed six generously.
While the meatballs bake,
there's plenty of time to
gather ingredients for the
creamy sauce reminiscent of
the Russian classic but twice
as easy to prepare.
For your free copy of
"Stretching Food Dollars,"
send your name and address
to: QUAKER "Stretching
Food Dollars" Booklet Offer
P.O. Box 11257, Chicago,
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Easy Meatball Stroganoff
Meatballs:
1-1/2 lb. ground beef
2/3 cup Quaker Oats
(quick or old
fashioned, uncooked)
S1/2 cup milk
1/4 cup chopped
onion
1 egg, beaten
1 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper
Sauce:
1 can (10-3/4-oz.) con-
densed cream of
onion or cream of
celery soup


. 1 cup thin mushroom
slices
1/2. cup dairy sour cream
For meatballs: Heat oven to,
350�F. In large bowl, com-
bine all ingredients; mix well.
Shape to form 24 two-inch
meatballs. Place in 11x7-inch
baking dish; Bake 20 minutes
or until meatballs are of
desired doneness; drain fat.
For sauce:, In small bowl,
combine all ingredients, mix-
ing gently. Spoon sauce over
meatballs. Continue baking
15 minutes or. until heated
through. Serve over egg
noodles or rice, if desired.
Makes 6 servings.


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MRS. GALARZA

McOCalvin and
Galarza Are WedJ
Mr. and Mrs. David 1 H.
McCalvin are proud to an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Lori Ann, to Manuel
David Galarza, son of Mr. and
Mrs. %Manuel Galarza of Or-
lando.'
The couple exchanged wed-
ding vows on Friday, January
7, at the East Tampa Church
of God. The ceremony was,
performed by Reverend Virgil
D. Lucas of Tampa.
The couple now resides in
Tampa where he is. presently
stationed at MacDill Air Force
Base.
The bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dayid-H. McCalvin now,
-rgside -h'nTampa, formerly
from Wewahitchka.

CARD OF THANKS
We wish to. express our
appreciation and thanks for
each and everyone who were
so nice to us during our loved
one's sickness and death. A
special thanks to Mrs. Mary
Williams and the Concern.
Christian Society.
"Appreciation"- and be
kind to one another, tender-*
hearted, forgiving one ano-
ther. Eph. 4:32-
The Williams Family
'Idell, Edith


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 10, 1983


PAGE FOUR


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Schedule Mixup
Cancels X-Ray
Due to a mix-up in schedul-
ing, the Tuberculosis Chest
X-Ray Mobile Unit, was un-


able to be in Gulf County for
the scheduled Chest X-Rays
March 1.
The Gulf County Health
Department staff expresses
an apology to all those incon-
vienced.


NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 AvenueC Phone 227.1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ........... ........ 6:00P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 10:00 A.M..
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00 A.M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday - 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone229.6857



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St. Joe Auto Parts
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Commissioners


ber three and Money's Jones Home-
stead project as project number four.
On a vote, Owens, Money, Gortman and
Branch voted in favor with Birming-
ham voting "no".
Birmingham then made a motion to
make the Roche Subdivision road
number one, Dairy Road in Wewa-
hitchka, number two and Highland
View street, number three. Gortman
seconded the motion, but it failed with
only Gortman and Birmingham voting
in favor.:
. Things cooled down then, but they
are due to be rekindled on March 22,
when the report Branch asked for is
scheduled to be presented.


New Phon
occupies about the space of an ordina
bedroom in a dwelling. house
The company also installed new operate
stations, long distance machinery and ni
capability in their expansion and modernii
tion program. The new equipment has t
capacity to handle telephone calls to anypla
in 'the world with equal ease. As engine
Pennington Pendarvis explained to a gro
inspecting the new equipment Friday nigh
"We- can go anywhere' in the world an
telephone system can go".
One of the engineers on the installati

OBITUARIES:'


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 10, 1983


(Continued from Page 1)


OTHER BUSINESS a
In other business, the Commission:
-Approved and agreed to start ff
public hearings on a revised list of a
subdivision regulations on March 22. b
The revised regulations include a B
requirement of lots of a minimum ti
75'x150' with 20 foot setback from the e
street and sideline setbacks of seven r
and a half feet.
-Reluctantly agreed to pay Dis- tl
trict II-A Mental Health Board for a
indigents treated under the Baker Act, a
after the county is given some a
assurance the recipients are bona-fide o
residents of Gulf County and qualify f(
under the guidelines for indigents sa


c (Continued from Page 1)

ry job, a Japanese, called Japan on one
demonstration ,calls Friday night, an
tor through as fast as Mayor pate d
Indianapolis.
"a- Pat Mahoney, commercial director
he , the phone company, said the new equip
he will make many new services available I
pe hone company, which will be made pub
er a later date. Maloney said that right nov
up company is in theprocess of making it k
, . the local system can make any
y anywhere, on a dial-it-yourself bas'
quickly and efficiently as any system
on world.


Funeral Services Friday

for Frank A. LeHardy


Frank A. LeHardy, 74, pas-.
sed away suddenly Monday
night at his home. He was a
native of Palatka and was a
resident of Port St. Joe for the.
past 50'years. He was the
former owner and operator of
Lehardy's Bar.
Survivors include: two sons,
Frank A. Lehardy, Jr., of
Orange Park and Frank
"Pete" LeHardy of Port St.
'Joe; four daughters, Linda C.
Dewrell of Ft. Walton Beach,
Diane Partain of Marietta,
Ga., Frances Meza of Las


Vegas and Carol LeHardy of
Port St.. Joe; one 'brother,
Julius Adolph LeHardy of
Chipley and eight grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services will be
held at 10 a.m., Friday from
St. James Episcopal Church,
conducted by the Rev. Sidney
Ellis. Interment will follow in
the family plot of Holly Hill
Cemetery.
'All services are 'under the
direction of. the Comforter
Funeral Home.


Rites Held Tuesday I, Wewa for
Henry M. McClamma, Sr., 73


Henry M. McClamma, 73,,
passed away Saturday night in
a Panama City hospital fol-
lowing an extended illness. He
was-a"native of -Tallahassee
and a resident of Wewahitch-
ka for the past 43 years. He
operated'a dairy in Wewahit-
chka for several years and
was an electrician. He was of
the Baptist faith and was a
member of the Tupelo Mason-
ic Lodge.
Survivors include: two sons,
Carl E. McClamma of Port St.
Joe, and Henry M. McClam-
ma, Jr. of St. Joe Beach; three

Roy A. Wiley
Passes Away
Roy A. Wiley, 85, of Dal-
keith, passed away Friday in a
Panama City hospital follow-
ing an extended illness. He
was a resident of Sink Creek
for 50 years before moving to
Dalkeith five years ago.
Survivors include: two sons,
Roy G. Wiley of Dalkeith, and
Fred G. Wiley of Marianna;
one sister, Clara Brantley of
Jacksonville; six grandchild-
ren; and eight great grand-
children.
Graveside funeral services
were held at 2:00 P.M. CST
Sunday at the family plot,
Mount Olive Cemetery, con-
ducted by the Rev. John
Nichols. Interment followed.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home, Wewahitchka
Branch Chapel.


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'daughters, Frances E. Abar-
banel of Ste. Agathe, Quebec,
Canada, Kathryn E. Brinson
of Wewahitchka, and Marion
-McClamma -of Tallahassee; - -
one brother, Bryan P." Mc-
Clamma of Panama City; one
sister, Clifford Spence of Fort
Lauderdale; nine grandchild-;
ren; and one great grandchild.
Funeral services were held
'at 11:00 A.M. CST Tuesday at
the Westside Baptist Church
in Wewahitchka conducted by
Rev. Kyle Slater, Rev. Willi-
am Smith, and Rev. J. W.
Hunt Graveside . services
were held at 2:30 P.M. CST in
Oakland Cemetery in Talla-
hassee. The Masons and
C.B.ers served as Honorary
Pallbearers.
All services were under the
direction "of Comforter Fi-
nieral Home,, Wewahitchka
Branch Chapel.

Services Friday
for Rubye U.
Pridgeon, 86
Mrs. Rubye U. Pridgeon, 86,
died Wednesday, March 9 in a
Panama City hospital. She
had been a resident of Port St.
Joe for the past 50 years. She
was a member of the First
Baptist Church and had taught
Sunday School there for 40
years.
Survivors include a daugh-
ter, Virginia Harris of Foley,
Ala., and a brother, Oscar Lee
Upshaw of Birmingham, Ala.,
and three grandchildren, Don-
na Segars of Hartselle, Ala ,
Clay Harris and Robin Harris,
both of Foley, Ala.
Funeral services will be
held Friday at 3:00 p.m., from
the First Baptist Church,
conducted by Rev. Howard
Browning. Interment will fol-
low in the family plot at Holly
Hill Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests donations to the
building fund of First Baptist
Church.; '
All services will be under
the direction of Comforter
Funeral Home.

Doris Fillingem
Velten: Dies
Mrs. Doris Fillingem Velten
passed away Thursday,
March 3 'in:. an Augusta,
Georgia hospital.
a She was the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Fillingem and
sister of Mrs. Jake Belin of
Port St. Joe."
Interment was in Augusta
Saturday, March 5.

Mayonnaise was invented
in the 1750's by France's
Duc de Richelieu.


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fun. If- you play it
recreation. If you wo
it, it's golf." Bob


adopted by the Commission.
-Agreed to take a look at a need
or increased liability insurance cover-
ge similar to that recently purchased
by the City of Port St. Joe. Chairman
Branch told the Board they face a
tremendous liability with as much
equipment as the county has on the
oads every day.
-Heard a report from Doug Kent
hat DER had turned down an
application for a landfill - location
approval for south Gulf County because
mong other reasons, it was filled out
n the wrong form. "I filled it out on the
orm they furnished me with", Kent
aid.

A.A.R.P. Gives
Generously to
of the Heart Assoc.
d got. 0
id to Members of the local chap-
ter 3425 of the'Association of
or for Retired Persons collected
pment over $140.00 recently at one of
by the their meetings by passing the
blic at hat for the American Heart
wv, the Association.
known The AARP donated the
call, money to the Heart Associa-
1i as tion in the name of United
in the Papermakers International
Union Local 379. Raymond
Lopez, president of the AARP,
e, it's and Troy Jones, president of
, it's Local 379, presented the check
'rk at to Nolan Treglown, treasurer
Hope of the Heart Association.


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season a great many of our customers will purchase
products for a simple cold that contain an anti-
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cautions on the labels of these products you should be
aware of. Be careful when operating a car or other
types of machinery because they can cause
S drowsiness. With certain chronic illnesses they should
not be taken.
Whenever there is a special caution to be observed in
the taking of a medicine it will be on the container.
Always read all the directions carefully, whether it be
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Walding from second.
Mitch Burke had a perfect
day at the plate, going for


three hits in three at bats. Jeff .
Clayton had one hit for three
trips.
The Sharks committed sev-
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of the season.'
Florida High scored.one run
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Port St. Joe's Sharks are
having a hard time finding the
win column in their baseball
' schedule thus far in the young
season.
, After a decisive win ,over
Apalachicola in the season
opener, the Sharks have lost to
Rutherford and Florida High
in sucessive games.
Last Thursday, the Sharks
fell to a close decision of 4-2 to
the Rutherford Rams. The
Sharks jumped off to a two.
point lead in the first' inning,
but the Rams came back in
the fifth inning to push four
runs across the /plate, which
the Sharks couldn't answer.


In the first inning, Daniel
Bearden led off with a single
and Jim Norton walked. Mitch
Burke stroked a . double to
score Bearden and moved
Norton to third. Paul David-
son walked and stole second
on an overthrow, which scored
Norton.
Davidson had one hit in two
trips at the plate; Bearden
was two for three and Burke,
one for three.
Bearden started off on the
mound and, pitched four score-
less innings, until the fateful
fifth. urke came on in relief
and finished the game. Bear-,
' den gave up three hits, five


Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Stone, Sr., of Panama
'City were kept overnight in Gulf Pines
Hospital for observation of cuts and bruises
received when their car, shown above, turned
over and wound up in the southbound ditch on
Highway 71, one mile south of White City last
Friday.


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Sign Up for
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All boys and girls who want
to play baseball in 1983 must
sign up by March 19th at the
Athletic House, 9:30 to 5:30.
Fee is $15.00 per child, $10.00
for each additional child. Any
new player or a player who
was not signed up in this
league last year must have
birth certification with them
at the time they sign up.
Try Outs for any new player


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Port St. Joe, Florida
227-1410


walks, four runs and 'struck
out two. Burke was'tagged for
only one hit, gave up three
walks and struck out two.

Friday, Florida High jump-
ed on Port St. Joe's pitchers
for only nine hits, but turned
them into 0 .runs, routing the
Sharks 10-1.
Tony Beard started on the
mound for' the Sharks, giving
up four hits, two walks and six.
runs in the four innings he'
pitched. Mitch Burke came on
in relief and gave up five hits,
two walks and four runs.
Port St. Joe's lone run came


According to Florida Highway Trooper
Bill Godwin, the Stones' vehicle was
overtaken by a second car driven by Vina
Rathel of Colquit, Ga., who attempted to pass,
but oncomingtraffic forced her car back into
the driving lane. Godwin said she was
apparently going to'fast to get behind the
Stone vehicle safely, striking it in the left
rear, causing Mr. Stone to lose control and the
car to overturn. . -Star photo


or any player on, the Draft,
Roster will be held March 21
and 22, at.,5:00 P.M. each day,
at the Dixie Youth-boys base-
ball fields between 8th Street
and 10th Street.
Dixie Youth baseball is for
children ages 8-14, and con-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 10, 1983


PAt'E SEVEN


Two Port St. Joe Men Charged In
Theft of Wire from Phone Co.
Leon Gregory Leslie, age 29, and James Kenneth Garland,
age 27, both of Port St. Joe, were arrested and charged with
dealing in stolen property last Thursday, by the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department.
While on routine patrol Thursday morning, at abput 1:15
A.M., Sheriff's Deputy Joe Johnson observed two subjects
burning copper wire in the vicinity of the landfill located off
the Kenney's Mill Road.
The subjects were escorted to the Gulf County jail,,where
they were questioned .by Investigator Charlie Hill.
Investigator Hill, after further investigation, found that the
wire had been the property of St. Joseph Telephone and
Telegraph Company. The two subjects later admitted their
guilt.
The men were charged with dealing in stolen property and
were given first appearance before Judge David Taunton and
released on their own recognizance.

Two Wewahitchka Juveniles Are,

Charged with School Vandalism
Two juveniles from Wewahitchka were arrested March 3
and charged with criminal mischief of the Wewahitchka
Elementary School which occurred on December 27, 1982.
The same two juveniles and.another juvenile were also'
* charged with burglary of a conveyance and burglary of a
structure in Wewahitchka which occurred on February 24.
The criminal mischief of the Wewahitchka school occurred
when 27 screens were cut and a.water cooler vandalized. In
: the two burglaries, one juvenile was'charged with retail theft
of Bill's Dollar Store when he allegedly took three cassette
- stereo players. He and another juvenile were also charged
with burglary of a conveyance when they reportedly stole a
-. battery from a car at the Wewa School Auto Shop. They are
also charged with stealing a carburetor from a vehicle at
Mann's Junk Yard. One juvenile was charged with principal
to the fact for allegedly transporting the juveniles to the
scene to committhe burglary.
All property was recovered.
The juveniles were turned over to the Division of Youth'
t Services. The arrests were made by Lt. Jack Davila of the
Gulf County Sheriff's Department and Chief Jonathan Glass
-of Wewahitchka Police Department.

Youth Charged In Assault
5 On Woman with A Knife
A 17 year old juvenile was arrested last Friday and
charged with aggravated 'assault, according to Gulf County
� Sheriff Ken Murphy.
The incident occurred when a Port St. Joe woman went to
the Ward Ridge Garbage Dump to empty her garbage. She
was approached by the youth who asked for a ride to the main
road. The woman agreed to give the youth a ride and when
they were in the. vehicle, the youth pulled a knife on the-
woman. The woman grabbed the knife and wrestled with the
- youth, who then jumped from the vehicle and fled the scene.
TheSheriff's Department was notified and Lt. Jack Davila
located the youth. He was arrested and turned over to
Division of Youth Services.

Two Juveniles Charged In Theft,
, Sale, of Watch and Ring
Sattkiray March S,Roheit King of Higlilaid'Vew reported
,-,a gold watch and gold ring stolen from his residence worth
$1,360.00. Through investigation it was learned the ring was
sold at Carr's Pawn Shop on Friday, March 4th, for the
amount of $25.00. The ring was identified by the owner and it
was learned juveniles sold the ring.
Both juveniles were identified and later picked up and,
arrested for the sale of the stolen ring by Lt. Jack Davila.
One of the juveniles had the stolen watch on his person when
they were arrested. All property was recovered and the
juveniles were turned over to the Division of Youth Services.

Complaints Aired Over Flim-Flam

Artist Operating Within Area
According to Sheriff Ken Murphy, several complaints have
been received by the Gulf County Sheriff's Department from
people who have contracted to have their roofs, sprayed to
'stop leaks.
. One person, Nelson Kelbie, 'age 37, of Hollywood, was
arrested and charged with schemes to defraud in connection
with a suspected flim-flam operation which has been
occurring in Gulf County.
Any persons approached by anyone who wishes to paint
their roofs to keep them from leaking, should contact the Gulf
County Sheriff's Department.
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Winners in the Pledge of Allegiance Coloring Book Franci Garrett, Lee Duren, Dana Maige, Eric Monteiro. Not
Contest sponsored by John C. Gainous Post No. 10069 of the present for photo were Terry Addison, and Brian Earley.
V.F.W. were, left to right: Jamie Besore, Jenifer Holyfleld,


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Winners of VFW Color


Book Contest Recognized
John C. Gainous Post No. netary awards to the winners Maige, Highland View School,
0069 of the V. F. W. met on of the .Pledge of Allegiance $5.00; Eric Monteifo, Faith
thursday ' February 24th, at Coloring Book Contest to the Christian School, $5.00; Lee
he Florida Power Lounge. Kindergarten and first grade Duren, St. Joe Elementary
The Ladies Auxiliary and pupils of Gulf County. Those School, $5.00; Terry Addison,
ost members presented mo- receiving awards were: Dana Wewahitchka Elementary
School, $5.00; all first grade
, * 1: _ r winners. County winners for
A - - - first grade were; first place,
lAnnual a1 1' it iDana Maige, $1000; second
A n n.. " , .third place, Terry Addison,
A4 k wh r Q -*m 4-v w- *_-'*k' ; $5.00. ..:


Any atuation


BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director ,
Aimnnual flowering plants
with their seemingly infinite
variety of, flower color and
plant form fit into almost any
landscape situation. They pro--
,vide, that necessary touch of
color to an often drab land-
scape. Annuals when planted
in containers can add a splash
of color to a porch, deck or
patio area. They can also be
enjoyed as fresh and dry cut
flowers.
Annuals are especially valu-
S.able in Florida. Many of them.
bloom during winter months,
contributing slendidly toward
a colorful landscape and pro-
ducing, flowers for decora-
tions. Other species grow and
flower during June, July,
August, and September, per-
sistently blooming through the
heat and heavy summer rains.
My information for this article
was provided by Extension
Horticulturist Dr. Robert J.
Black. .
Culture of annuals in Flori-
da, is different from that in
most States because Florida
has three climatic regions. In
early spring and late fall,
nights are cool, while high
night temperatures, heavy
rains and high relative humi-
dity are typical during sum-
mer and early fall. Careful
attention must be given to
these climatic regions if an-
nuals are to be grown success-


Kindergarten winners
were: Bryan Earley, High-
land View, $5.00; Franci Gar-
rett, Faith Christian, $5.00;
Jenny Holyfield, Wewahitch-
ka Elementary, $5.00; and
Jamie Besore, St. Joe Ele-
mentary, $5.00. County kinder-
garten winners were: first
place, Jeyny Holyfield, $10.00;
second place, Jamie Besore,
$7.50; and third place, Franci
Garrett, $5.00.
Awards were also given to
the Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment, the Sheriff's Depart-
ment, the Police Department,
and to Deputy Joe Johnson at
this special meeting. '


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fully in Florida. Petunias,
,pansies and snapdragons that
grow well and flower under
cool night temperature (45-65
degrees F) should be planted
in the fall,. winter and early
_.spring. Marigolds, gazania,
ammaranthus, celosia, cros-
sandra and other annuals that

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CARTER
can tolerate high temperature
and humidity should be plant-
ed in spring or early summer.
Some annuals such as wax
begonias and salvias ',grow
relatively well during both hot
and cool seasons.
When selecting annuals for
beds or borders, it is best to
limit the choice to as few kinds
as possible. Combination of
many flower colors and plant
forms can distract from the
overall appearance of the
display. , (
Selection of annuals should
be greatly influenced by the
available light in an area.
Some annuals, such as mari-
golds and ageratums, perform
best in full sun. Others, such
as impatients and dahlias,
grow best in areas receiving
several hours of morning, or
afternoon sun. There are no
flowering annuals that will
perform well under heavy
shade; however, annuals such
as crossandra and tuberous
begonia grow best in areas
receiving no direct sunlight.
Flower beds should be pre-
pared before plants are pur-
chased. Allowing plants to
remain in their original con-
tainers for prolonged periods
after purchase can have a
negative effect on their per-
formance after planting. Pur-
chase plants when you're
ready and plant them as soon
as possible, preferably within
twenty-four hours.
After beds are prepared and
the kinds and quantity of
annuals to be planted are
determined, purchase good
quality plants. Look for young,
healthy, disease and insect-
free plants with dark green
foliage. It is not necessary
that the plants are in bloom
when purchased. If plants
reduced in price for sale have
been subjected to water
stress, are tall and spindly, or
have nutrient deficiency
symptoms they are certainly
not a bargain and should not
be. purchased. Plants that
have been improperly main-
tained or held too long seldom
recover, and if they do, they
will never reach their full
potential. This is true especi-
ally with snapdragons, pan-
sies, celosias, and zinnias.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 10, 1983


Men u... Senior Citizens


Monday, March 14
Apple juice, chopped steak
aujus, mashed potatoes, broc-
coli, plums, milk, white bread
with margarine.
Tuesday, March 15
Orange juice, barbeque
chicken, butter beans, okra,
apple sauce, milk, wheat
bread with margarine.
Wednesday, March 16
Orange juice, spaghetti with
S -eat sauce, green beans,

Revival Starts At

White CityChurch
The White City Assembly of
God Church will be in Revival
March 13-16, with services
beginning at 7 p.m. nightly
G :uest evangelist will be
.Tommy Barnes.
Pastor Charles E. Jackson
invites everyone to attend.

; "Man's freedom is his inner
:* worth." Michael Beer


yellow squash, tossed salad,
sugar cookies, milk, French
bread with margarine.
Thursday, March 17
Orange juice, meat loaf,
scalloped potatoes, spinach,
peaches, milk, roll with mar-
gariner
Friday, March 18
Orange juice, tuna and
noodle casserole, English
peas, scalloped apples, vanilla
pudding, milk, biscuit with
margarine.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late
Jerome C. Leslie of Marianna
would like to thank everyone
in Port St. Joe for their cards
and flowers, and food.
-May God bless each and
everyone of you during the
time of our bereavement.
Thank God for each of you.
The Leslie, Speights,
Watkins, Milton, and
McRae Family


John C. Gainous V.F.W. Post No. 10069 dedicates pole, Christian School.
flag, and monument in memory of Bob Bracewell at Faith



VFW Donates Flag, Pole, to School


John C. Gainous V.F.W. dedicated a pole, a flag and a
Post No. 10069 donated and monument in memory of Bob
Bracewell at the Faith Christi-
I an School on March 1.
648-5011 Sales The dedication was opened
.TY * 648.5716 Rentals with prayer by Fred Goebert,
Xl 1332 - � A Pastor. The opening cere-
AX 1332 After Hours: monies were given by Com-
ALS 648-8977 or 648-8939 mander Bill Schlickman. Ron
VTALS - ..- .. .


ST. JOE BEACH
BEACHFRONT


Gulf Aire townhouses, 2 bdrm., 2%
ba., $76,500.00.
Townhouse, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. (Santa An-
na St.), $107,000,00.
NOT BEACHFRONT.
Fla. Ave. 3 bdrm., 2 be. on 3.Jg. lots, 1
has ex. septic & water, $52,900.00 -
-$32;000.00 mtg. at 9% assumable.
DeSota St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. on'2 lots on-
ly $43,000.00. Owner financing.
PIneda St. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. on 2%/ lots
only $42,5006!0wner financing.
DeSota and Americus - 2 lots and
shell house, $19,000.00.



OVERSTREET
North Long. 3.bdrm., 2 ba., Ig. den, on
10 acres. '
Pine St., 3 bdrm., 1 ba. brick on nearly
acre of ground, $49,000.00..
N., Canal Dr., 2 bdrm., 1 be. house on,
4%/ acres. $42,000.00 owner financ-
ing (Canal access
Canal St 3 bdrm 2 ba house right
on Irliacoastal Canal, $31,500.00
with 7% mortgage.


OAK GROVE
311 Duival 3500000 3 brrrr, 2ba.,

HOWARD CREEK,
2 lots 20arm 1 b3 Irailer $8.700300
Squirrel Ave., 1 acre, 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
mobile home, 3 wells, $23,500.00. -'
Deer Ave., Ig. 7 bdrm., 2 ba.
$36 00000 Ownei linaicing


Bizek gave a. short speech on
"Our Flag."
The raising of the Flag was
by Mae Lee Bracewell, mo-
ther of Bob Bracewell, Jacque
Quarles of the school, and Ron
Bizek, member of the Post.
The Pledge of Allegiance


was led by the Commander.
All present sang "The Star
Spangled Banner".

The V.F.W. Post Color Gu-
ard for this dedication was:
Roy Likely, Horner Atchison,
Tom Adkins, and George
Coody,


Public Notices


PUBLIC NOTICE'
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency
Region IV
Water Management Division.
Facilities Performance Branch
345 Courtland Street; N.E.
Atlanta, Georglea 30365
(404) 881-4316
Public Notice No. 83FL014 March 10,1983
NOTICE OF PROPOSED REISSUANCE
OF NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE
ELIMINATION SYSTEM PERMIT
The U. S. Environmental *Protection
Agency proposes to' reissue a National
Pollutant Discharge Elimination System
(NPbES) Permit to the following Basic
'Magnesia; -Inc:, State Road 382; 'Port St.
Joe,, Florida ';32456, ' NPDES.";No'.
FL0002607. This facility precipitates
magnesium hydroxide from seawater and
'converts it to magnesium oxide (SIC Code
2819). One existing discharge of process
wastewater enters Gulf County Canal to
St. Joseph's Bay which is classified as
Class Ill waters - shellfish propagation
and harvesting
The proposed NPDES permit contains
limitations on Ine amounts of pollutants
allowed o be discharged and was drafted
In accordance With the provisions of the
Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C. Section ,1251;
et seq.) and other lawful standards and,
regulations' The pollutant limitations and
other permit conditions are tentative and
open to comment from the public.
Persons wishing to comment upon or
object to any aspects' of permit rels'-
suance ci wishing to request a Dublic
hearing, are invited to suDmil same in
writing within thirty 130) aays ol this
notice to the Water Management 'Divi-
sion, Environmental Protection Agency,
345 Courtland Street, N.E., Atlanta,
Georgia 30365, ATTENTION: Earllne Han-
son. The public notice number and
NPDES number should be Included in the
first page of comments.
All comments received within .the
30-dae period will be considered In the
lormulation of linsl determination regar-
ding the permit. Any interested person
may within tne 30 day perioa request a
public hearing. Where there Is a signifi-
cant degree of public interest In the pro-
posed permit issuance, the EPA, Regional
Administrator will hold a public hearing.
After consideration of all written com-
ments and tietequirements and policies
'hIn the Act and appropriate regulations,
'the EPA Regional Administrator will
make determinations regarding the.per-
mit issuance. If the determinations are
substantially unchanged from those an-
nounced by this notice, the EPA Regional
Administrator will so notify all persons
submitting written comments. If the
* determinations are substantially chang-
ed, the EPA Regional Administrator will
Issue a public notice Indicating the revis-
ed determinations. Requests for eviden-
tiary hearing may be filed after the
Regional Administrator makes the above-
described determinations. Additional in-
formation regarding. evidentiary hearing
Is available in 40 C.F.R. Subpart E, 45
FR33498 (May 19, 1980), or by contacting
the Regional Counsel Office at the ad-
dress above or at (404) 881-3506. 1 r
The administrative record, including
application, fact sheet and/or draft'per-
mit, a sketch showing the exact location
of the discharge(s), comments received,
and additional Information on hearing
procedures Is available at cost by writing
the EPA address above, or for review.and
copying at 345 Courtland Street, 3rd floor,
Atlanta, Georgia, between the hours of
8:15 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through
Friday. A copying machine Is provided for
public use at a charge of 20 cents per
page.
Comments on Issuance of certifica-
tion, Including a request for public hear-
ing, must be submitted to the EPA ad-
dress above within thirty (30) days of the
date of this public notice. If a public hear-
ing is held, as described above, the state
agency will co-chair the hearing-in order
to receive comments relative to state cer-.
tificatlon.
Please bring the foregoing to the atten-
tion of persons who you know will be in-
terested In this matter.
- 1tc 3/10
BID NO. W.W.T.P. 173
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids for one Open Channel Com-
minutor. Specifications may be obtained
from the City Clerk's Office; P. 0. Box A,
Port St. Joe, Florida. Bid opening to be
held March 15, 1983.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
L A. FARRIS, pmc
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 2/24 & 3/10
NOTICE OF VARIANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Ci-
ty Commission of the City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, will consider a variance to the
Zoning Ordinance of the City as follows:


By allowing construction of a com-
pressor. slab with shelter, enclosed
with feTcing wire,' attached to pre-
sent structure to extend out to within
7' of the edge of the service alley on
Lots 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18, Block 32.
The City will consider said variance at
its regular City Commission Meeting on
March 15,1983. at 8-00 o m All Interested
parties are Invited to rilend and be hear
L A Farris. ml
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 3/3

BID NO. W.W.T.P. 172
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids for a 1983 F 100 Ford Pickup
.Tru.x. Specilicatiops may ,be, ob.tfanQd
Irom the City ClerK's Olce., P. O. Box A,


Port St. Joe, Florida. Bid opening to be
held March 15, 1983, at the regular
meeting of the City Commission.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
L. A. Farris, pmc
City Auditor/Clerk 2t2124 & 3110
BID NO. W.W.T.P. 171 '
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
qLests bids for a Boat Trailer. Specifica-
tlions may be obtained from the City
Clerk's Office, P. 6..Box A, Port St. Joe,
Florida. Bid opening to be held March 15,
1983, at the regular meeting of the City
Commission,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
LA Fa4ris pmc . .
-C.l''AuaioriClrI ' - '" 212 4 &3110"


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ST. JOSEPH BAY REAL
9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 * P. 0. BO
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTATESALES * BEACH REN


MEXICO BEACH


Grand Isle 3 barm, 1 ba., heat pump.
$50,000. . ,
26th St. - 2 bdrm., 1 ba, block house,
142,500.
1829 Hwy. 98 Beachfront, 3 bdrm., 2
ba house 1720 sq. ft., $125,000.
Circle Dr., beachside, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
only 3 yrs. old, only $85,000. .
3rd St. -Trailer and lot, 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
only $26,000. _
Arizona Ave . 3 Dairr. 2 ba only 2 yrs.
old. 178,000 __
Beach front, 2 bdrm., 2V/ .ba. (new)
$82,000. . _
Beach front,. 2 bdrm., 2/2 ba. (new)
,.125,000.
Eiid of 5th St.. large lot & mobile
home. 2 bdrm. 2 be and expand w
Ig garage. 32500
Georgia Ave 2 barm I ba. trailer &
lot Ig. screen porch & 3 outside
buildings $29.000 :
30th St. and HWy. 98, 2 bdrm., 1 ba.,
close to beech, $58,000.
42nd SI . duplex. 2 borm. ', ba each
s" e. S125.000
Circle Dr. duplex 2 Darm I ba. each
side! $89.500. , . .'
281h SI & Hwy 98 - aupiex. 2 barm , 1
bae each side. $55000 - 510000
down
23rd & 24th St. - 3 bdrm., 2 ba. house
can be made into a duplex, $68,000.
271th SI 3 bdrm . 2 baln reduced.
$48000.
1 llh St. - Hwy. 98 - Triplex 150.000
with good owner linancirig
41n SI - 1 odrm , I ba $37,000
29th SI & Hwy Duplex. 2 odrm. I be
each side. 20'% down. $49 000. Owner
financing. _ -'
2g9n SI t Hwy Duplex. I barm. 1 ba.
each side.20% .own. $38.500 Owner
financing ____
Grand Isle 3 borm. I Da ODicK home
on 2 lots w 1 bed apt as added in-
come $80.000


,28th St., 2 bdrm. 1 ba. $39;500 .
34th St. close to beach 4 bdrm., 2 be.
$104,000. ____
39th St. close to beach, 4 bdrm., 2 be.
$104.000
42nd St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. brick $58,500.
Circle Dr.,- 2 houses, 3 bdrm;, 2 ba.
each $79,000.00 ea.
S42na St Townhouses close Io each.
2 Doorm. 21' be $79500 Owner lin
41st St. Townhouses, 2 bdrm.,1 ' bae.
$49,000 pre const. price - $59 000
after const. 2 left.
43rd St. Townhouses: 1 bdrm., 1 ba.:.
$34,900 each.

BEACON HILL
'3rd Sit- h'Avxe 3 bomLn, oa on 3
lots.$36,000.
2 bdrm., 2 be. stucco house w/Gulf
Svew -45.000, Hwy 98 $10.000 down
owner financing
Hwy. 98,3 bdrm., 1 ba., plus a duplex
Sinthe'back area. $39,500. - :


PORT ST. JOE
104 Yaupon, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., brick, ap-
prox. 7 yrs. old, $65,000.00.
106 Mimosa, brick, 4 yrs. old, 3 bdrm;.,
2 ba., den, $65,000.00 9Vi%. mrtg, of'
$42,000.00. . : . " ,
1610 Long Ave. 4 bdrm.;'1 be only
$3400000
515 8th Sl .-3 borm I Da $25 000 00
619 Marvin Ave. 3 bdim 1'; be.
23340000 .
706 Woodward, -4 bdrm.,. 2 ba;,
$27,500.00.
Long Ave Duplex, 21d bdrm., 1 bae
$4250000 _____ "
Very Exciug..e nouse. 3 barm 2 03
rich 5 y's oa $69.000 00
1912 Juniper Axe 3 Doam 1'. ba
$39.900 00


GMAC Financing on'83 Models

Example of Just How Easy It Is To Own A New Car or Truck



S-10 4 cyL 4-speed


SManual S.W.B.





48 months at $125.00 payments; $1,560 down pay-
S ment (cash or trade), plus tax and tag. Credit ap-
proval required. A.P.R. 11.9.


We have a wide selection of small and
large trucks. One to fit your needs. Call
me, Nancy Little, 229-6372 and let me
help you make the right choice.


QOMMY IHOMAS


705 West 15th. Street * Pamiua City


* 0 785-5221


1980 Ford Fairmont, 4 cyl., 2
dr., a/t, radio, p/s, p/b, air
cond. Clean. White w/blue in-
terior. $850 below NADA Book.
Call 229-6353 after 5:00 p.m.
1979 Monza, 4 spd., am
radio, p.s., p.b., a.c., $2,500.
229-6616. 2tp 3/3
1974 Mercury Caprice, runs
good, $250, 229-8781. 2tc 3/3





The V.F.W. Post 10069, John
C. Gainous holds its meeting


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
22nd Street * Mexico Beach
CHARLES M. PARKER, Minister
WORSHIP SERVICE............... 9:00A.M.,C.S.T.
CHURCH SCHOOL. ............... 10:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ... 6:00 P.M., C.S.T.






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All Forms of Insurance

* Homeowners * Auto * Flood

* Business Packages * Group

Hospitalization * Life * Boats

* Pulpwood & Logging


322 Reid Ave;


* Mobile Homes

Port St. Joe Ph(


me 229-8899


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every second Tuesday and the
fourth Thursday at Motel St.
Joe at 7:30 p.m. tfc 11-4
There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
GUERRY MELTON, W.M.
Joe Pippin, Sec.
.The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.
The Board of Commission--
ers of the Highland View
Water Department will have.
its monthly meeting the first:
Tuesday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Water Plant. tc 11-4


CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Street and Marvin Avenue











THE STAR, Port St. .op. Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 10. 1983


Large 2 bedroom house, on
Ig.. chain link fenced lot, 1604
d Garrison Ave. Utility rm. and
:single car garage attached.
: Air conditioner and some ap-
pliances to remain. Appraised
;at $34,000; owner will sell for
'$1000. Call 229-8346 after 6
:. m .
4 bdrm. house for sale in
White City, 1g. yard with small
garden spot. Ideal parking for
;mobile home. Partially fur-
-nished on Hwy. 71.- Phone
:639778. 3tc 3/10
Large 3 bdrm. house with
Many nice features on 4 lots on
,Searcy St. at White City.
.Shrubbery, fruit trees and
barn.Call 229065. 4tp3/10
75'x175' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc 7-15
SMexico Beach Duplex, 1 yr.
!"old. Each apartment has 2
:.bdrm., ba., kitchen, dr/lr
. combo, carpet, a/c, Lg. lot
,within walking distance of
:iGulf. Priced to sell at $44,500.
Call 6484070 or 648621.
Business lot, west corner of
Highway 71 and Reid Ave.,
-Port St. Joe, Call 229-8771.
tf cl2-9

Two lots at Mexico Beach, 4
.blocks from beach. Call
648-5807. : tfc2/24


MEXICO BEACH 7th St.-
S. home, bri
Spanish arches adorn 1,100 sq. ft., $50,000.
: townhouses to be -built on 38th St. 2 29th St.
'bdrm., 1'/ ba., all appliances, range, structed,
microwave, refrig., dishwasher, houses.
washer & dryer, $69;500.00. nished $8
UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW from 2nd Hwy. 386
from beac'i site of cedar and stucco 75'x185' I
townhouses with 1,120 sq. ft. of living
area. Studio & bdrm., with.cathedral Arizona D
ceilings, 1 /A ba., all appliances. 29th .2 ba., ca
St., $70,000.00. . fireplace,
MOBILE .HOME on commercial lot, Georgia
across from Chamber of Commerce neighbors
on 31st St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba., new appliance
carpeting & roof; $30,000.00.' dow a/c.3
Corner Virginia & Fla. Ave. -New, Fortner
modular w/ rick; 3 bdrm., 2 ba., porch, fir
fireplace, screen porch, fence. $37,250.0
75'x112.5 lot. $55,000.00. Terms. 4th St.-
Tenn. Ave.-3 bdrm., 3 ba., pool, shaded lo
fireplace, jenn-alre range & grill, tgage.
many extras. Financing available. Beachsld
$95,000. . Quadrapl
Corner 6th & Fla. Double-wide on 2 ba.
lots, 2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., In- 12th St.-
cludes appliances. $55,000. jenn-alre,
43rd. St. (adjacent to canal). New Beachsld
cedar, 1 bdrm., 1 ba. apts. $34,900.00, furnished
small down pmt. $303 mo. Beachsld
. 27th St. Beachfront-3 bdrm., 2 ba. w/giassec
c.b. construction, 1g. glassed porch. Financing
$105,000.00. _____
Corner Palm & Azalea St. - 3 bdrm., brick hon
2 be., brick & stucco, 2 lots. Includes fireplace.
appliances & stor. house. $65,100. $f4e500.
Gulf Front 37th St. - Cedar Town- Moble
houses. 2 or 3 bdrms., 2' ba. $78,500 Mobile
S& $83,500. 20% down, balance porch, we
12 /zV% interest. is 50x15(
Virginia Ave.-2 story, 1 Ig. bdrm., Moble H
screen p6rch, downstairs unfinished, lot, only
has wiring & plumbing, $45,000. 2 story h
Hwy 386-A-Doublewide mobile great vIe.
home, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. on 1.05 acres. owner m
Good terms. $49,900. Beachsid
Hwy. 98 & 24th St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba. across Ii
$68.000. Sundeck
Frances C. Parker, Realtor
Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate


HOUSE FOR SALE
1302 Garrison Ave., 2s/2
bdrm., 1 ba., cen h/a, kit-
chen, breakfast rm., din.
rm., liv. rm., utility rm.
Fenced in back yard, nice
neighborhood. Phone 227-
1731. tfc 7-22


1965 Cepella mobile home, 2
bedroom, 115 4th St., Highland
View. Call 1/205-98,-4806.2t 3/3
Improved 75'x150' lot on Oak
St., St. Joe Beach, 2nd block
off Hwy. 98, $,9,000. Call
648-8484. 4tp3/3

Very nice double wide
mobile home on 4 cleared lots.
Call 648-8432 after 6 p.m.
S ' tfc2/17
2 bedroom frame house, in
excel. condition. 1404 Long
Ave. Phone 229-8355. tfc 12-2




GIGANTIC
PORCH SALE
Sat., Mar. 12
9 a.m. until
St. Joe Beach
Corner of Santa Anna &
Alabama
Everything Drastically
Reduced


F, r Sale by Owner - 1110 Palm Blvd.
Port St: Joe
. ... Call 9041968-5464, Pensacola tfcs- o



Laige 4 bdrm. 3 ba. brick home in excellent neighbor-
hood. Central heat and air. Fireplace and many extra
features. By appointment only.

.3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry home with carport on 1g. lot in
good neighborhood. $33,500.00.
Reduced: 3 bdrm., 1 ba. frame dwelling at 110o.Duval St.,
Oak Grove. Only $7,200.00.1 /

HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133 Port St Joe
. Roy Smith. Associate John Clenney, Associate


-1981 doublewide mobile
ck foundation, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
at Hwy. 98 - 2 newly con-
stilted 4 bdrm., 2 ba. beach-
Unfurnished $79,000. Fur-
14,500.
A-2 bdrm., stilt house on
ot. Furnished, $38,000.
Dr.-Stone & cedar, 3 bdrm.,
cathedral ceiling, skylights,
many extras. $78,000.
Ave.-Excel. cond., nice
iood.-3 bdrm., 1 ba. house,
is furnished, c. heat & win-
$26,000.
Ave.-2 bdrm.; Ig. screen
place, carpet, storage bldg.
0
2 bdrm., 1 ba. on 75'x112'
ot, $36,000. Assumable mor-
e of Hwy. on 34th St.
ex each unit has 3 bdrm., 2
*2 bdrm., 1 ba., cath. ceiling,
furnished, $45,000.
e 42nd St.-2 bdtm., 1 ba.,
, $58,500.00, financing avail.
e Circle Dr.-3 bdrm., 2 ba.
Id porch, furnished. $79,000.
g available.-
e Circle Dr.-3 bdrm., 2 ba.
,e, includes all appliances,
furnished, only 3 yrs. old.
Financing available.
Home-4th St.-nice sun
liking distance to beach, lot
)0' $29,500.
ome-Georgia Ave. on nice
2 yrs. old, $22,000.
louse, 4'bdrm., 2 ba. with
w of gulf dedicated beach,
iav finance. $110.000.
e 43rd St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba.
rom canal, ex. store. bldgs.
overlooks Gulf. $79,800


HELP WANTED m isc.FOI


DIRECTOR OF NURSING
Director of Nurses needed
for long-term skill care facili-
ty in Port St. Joe. This new,
120-bed nursing center will re-
quire an R.N. with a current
Florida license who is ex-
perienced in geriatric, admin-
istration and long-term care.
Good benefits & salary. Send
resume including compensa-
tion history to: Mrs. Lynn
. Lockwood,\,Vice President of
Operations, Health Enter-
prises of American, 2662
Mahoning Ave., N.W., War-
ren, OH 44482. 2t 3/10
Wanted: Two men to work
around machinery. Must have
at least a 10th grade educa-
tion. Send resume to: Help
Wanted, P. 0O. Box 308, Port St.
Joe, FL 32456.
Applications are being ac-
cepted by the Gulf County
Senior Citizens Assoc. for the
position of Site Manager-4
hrs. per day, 5 days per week.
The Site Manager will .be
responsible for the. total pro-
gram at a Nutrition Site for
the elderly. A high school edu-
cation is a basic requirement
with experience in coor-
dinating group activities pre-,
ferred. Applications will be
accepted through Friday,
Mar. 18th and may be obtain-
ed from the Gulf County Sen-
ior Citizens Assoc., Ave. D at
Peters St., Port St. Joe. This is
,an Equal Opportunity
employer. 2tc 3/10
Top of the Gulf Restaurant,
Mexico Beach, is taking appli-
cations for a cook. Must have
.recent experience in manag-
ing a restaurant kitchen and
preparation of seafoods and
steaks. Call 648W5621 after 5
p.m. for interview. 2tc 3/3





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


As of May 1st, 1980, I have
not been associated with
the H&R Block Income Tax
franchise.
Wauneta Brewer
4tcl2/17

"Boyhood is a summer sun."
Edgar Allen Poe


ERA� PARKER REALTY, Realtor
HIGHWAY 98 & 31st STREET
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA
648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073 (Outside Florida)


Grand Isle-3 bdrm., 1 ba. nice brick
house w/efficiency apt. adjoining on
2 nice lots. $79,000. ,.
26th St.-3- bdrm., 2 ba., 2 story
house, lot size 75'x100' $52,000.
Beachside 42nd St. Townhouses 2
bdrm.; 2 ba. Newly constructed, 3
units $79,000 ea. Owner finan. avail.
16th St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba., fireplace,
store. house, $60,000.
Grand Isle Subd.-3 bdrm., 1 ba., with
grapevines & shade trees, heat pump,
$50,000.
Beachside 39th St. with terrific view
of Gulf, 4 bdrm., 2 ba. stilt house.
$104,000. ____
Beachside 34th St.-Stilt house with
great gulf view, $104,000.
Almost new-24'x56' mobile home to
be moved off lot. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. caen.
h/a, carpet, stove, refrig. $20,000 with
assumable loan.
OVERSTREET
3 bdrm., brick home on .85 acres,
$50,000. __
BEACON HILL
'3rd St. & 3rd Ave.-Duplex. 1 bdrm., 1
ba. ea. or 2 bdrm., 2 ba. home.
$26,500. Good financing.
3rd St. & 4th Ave.-3 bdrm.. 1 ba..
fireplace, fence, $38,000.
WEWAHITCHKA
Land's Landing-2 story house, 3
tdrm., 2 ba. on Chipola River.
$28,000. _____
Hwy. 71 (Dalkelth), 3 bdrm., 1 ba., ap-
prox. 1 acre, $18,000.
Cochran Landing-Partially finished
4 bdrm. on 2 lots. Good well & septic
tank, $27,500._____

HIGHLAND VIEW
108 6th, St.-3 bdrm., Vi block from,
bay. Fence, barn, fruit trees. $16,000.
WHITE CITY
2 houses and c.b. store. bldg. 1I mile
from Intracoastal. $64,000.


Orena Miller, Associate
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate


Twin box springs, mattress
and frames (2), double canopy
bed, bedside table; double
dresser and mirror,' desk and
hutch, all off white. Reason-
able. Call 227-1600. Itp
6.0 h.p. 25" Sears; riding
mower, good shape. $150 will
buy it. Phone 648-5279. . Itp
Honda 200 TwinStar, 180b)
miles, windshield & 2 helmets
included, $850. For more infor-
mation call 229-8919. Itp
40 h.p. Evinrude, good con-
dition, $200. Call 648-5344. Itp
Sofa and chair, call 227-1490.
ltp3/10
Medicine chest, lavatory
top, vanity, faucets, $45. Call
229-8595. ltp
198114' Ram Master boat, 60
h.p. Mariner with power trim,
drive-on trailer, Mariner foot
control trolling motor. 1905
Long Ave. Call 229-8161. tp
Two handguns: one 38 S&W
Special, one 357 Magnum; one
clarinet, 1 yr. old, $200; elec.
water heater, $20; loveseat
$35. Call648-8555. 2tc 3/10
Furnish the bedroom of your
dreams, $169 cash buys you a
dresser, mirror & headboard
of finest quality. 227-1514 or
763-5404..
Watch the big games on BIG
SCREENS! 25" color console
Rent-to-Own only $17.50 wk.
FREE SERVICE. Call
227-1515 or 763-5404.
PRE-INVENTORY SALE-
$150,000.00 inventory must be
moved-MARINE ROPE &
CORD, 60O0 different craft
items, frames, prints, pla-
ques, baskets, dried & silk
flowers, macrame cord & ac-
cessories. SALE DATES:
March 19 thru March 26 -
OPEN 9,:00 a.m. to 5:00 P.M.
DAILY DRAWING FOR
DOOR PRIZES, ROPE SHOP
OF FLORIDA, 106 LILLIAN
SPRINGS RD., QUINCY, FL
(904) 875-2918. WHOLESALE
PRICES..
2tc3/10
Fiddler Crabs - Live Shrimp
Boomer's Bait & Tackle'
Mexico Beach Mini-Mall
8th St. & Hwy. 98
2tp 3/3


Wedding dress, size 7/8, ex-
cel. cond., $125; boy's tan 3-pc.
suit, worn twice, size 18, $25.
Call 229-6336 after 5:00. tfc 2/24
26' wooden shrimp boat, 120
h.p. Volvo I/O, VHF and CB
radios, winch, stainless steel
rigging, $5,250. See at Break-
away Lodge, Apalachicola,
653-8897. 6tp 2/24
3 Prom Dresses, size 7
white, size 5 off white and size
3 mint green with hoop. In
good condition. Call 229-8696.
House boat, fully equipped
for summer & winter enjoy-
ment, well built. Has 7 ft.
porch on each end. and 3 ft.
walkway all around. Ideal for
fish and/or hunting camp.
Move it where you please For
more information contact
John White, Pot St. Joe.
227-1366. tfc 2/3





1975 Pinto Wagon, V-6, a/c,
36,000 miles. Call'648-5462.
1982 Ford Mustang, 4-spd.,
5,500 miles, a/c, p/s, p/b, am-
fm stereo, hatchback. Still
under warranty. Assume pay-
ments. Call 229-6571 after 5:00
p.m. ltc3/10


Furnished 2 bdrm. at St. Joe
Beach. Fully carpeted, cen.
heat and air. Screened porch,
clean and well kept. Security
deposit required. Call 648-5430.
Five room beach house, un-.
furnished. Call 229-8598. tfc 2/3
2 bdrm. nice one year old
duplex. On 7th St., Mexico.
Beach. Stove & refrig. furnish-
ed. $200 mo. year round. Call
648-5016, after 6 p.m., 648-5070..
tfc 2/3
SKI BREEZE
Camping, mobile home, 2
bdrm. apt. and campers for
rent, day, week or month. On
the gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee Schlickman.
Res. 229-6105.
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rdnt
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.
Room for Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7-1
Available soon: Commer-
cial building on Reid Ave. For
more information call 229-6374
after 5p.m. tfc 11-4
12x65' furnished mobile
home, 2 bdrms., 2 full baths,
air cond. $195.00 month. Call
229-8669. ltp3/10






,WANTED: Someone to
teach me lap quilting. Learn
quickly, very eager to start.
Call 229-6604. ltc 3/10


Building or Remodeling?
Residential Plans and
Specifications to VA, FHA
or Conventional
Requirements.
20' per square foot
Thornton Associates
648-5142
2tp2/24


BETTY'S BEAUTY SALON
(Formerly Idle Hour)
Betty Heath/Owner
Genie Cox, Stylist
Mae Williams, Stylist
Hair Styling for...
MEN and WOMEN
Shaping * Blow Drying
Chemical Control
Wet Sets,
Frosting * Tinting
Bleaching
Tues. - Sat.
WALK-INS WELCOMED
229-6201
402 3rd St. - Port St. Joe
tfc 1/20


WILL DO YARD WORK
Reasonable Rates
Call Kelly at
648-5846
tfe 3/10
PAINTING, PAPER HANG-
ING, REPAIRS,
FURNITURE REFINISHING
Work Guaranteed
Call 229-8924
tfc 3/10


ELECTRICIAN

Specializing In Service Work
and Addition Work


HENRY BROXTON


411 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe, FL


639-5484


229-6073


H&R BLOCK
The Income Tax People


CONSULTANTS:
Jacquelyn Quarles
Linda Johnson
Ann Strait


HOURS:
Mon. - Fri. 10:00-5:30 p.m.
Sat. 10:00-12:30 p.m.


Appointments Available at Your Convenience


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

AVON - To Buy or Sell
Call Mrs. L. Z. Henderson
Group Sales Leader
227-1281

FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers
& Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F, S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
tfc 1-21
LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
* Carpet * Upholstery
* Autos
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Locally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or-9-6447
tfc 11-4
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work - Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day

THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 Reid Ave. 229-6954
Open 7 Days A Week
Mon. - Sat., 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Sun. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m
Self service or drop-off
tfc 11-18


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


Copies
Now at

The Star
306 Williams Ave.
SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
tfc 4-29
Air Conditioning - Heating
Refrigeration - Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric'- Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
tfc 4-16
UPHOLSTERY WORK
Call Louise Varnum
227-1469

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


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONES


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


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


REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE
* Phone 2294374

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


PAT'S MATS & FRAMES


406 7th Street


Mexico Beach, Fla.


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

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

OPEN Wed. thru Sat. - 10 a.m.- 7p.m. EST
Sunday - 1 p.m. 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Member Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914


ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS

- '.




--Commercial Building
-Residential Building
--Cabinet Work



GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P. O. BOX456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfcT-=2-
^^^ ^^*J*---*"







"I think it was something I ate."



kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


SALES, RENTALS & Storage Warehouse Rentals
"Real Estate Specialists for Over 35 Years"


i+


SERIES


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6-5
Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
tfc 7-3

HAIR IT IS!
Now Open Mon. - Sat.
%9-5, CST
Evening Appointments
Upon Request
Jim Brooks-Barber/Stylist
Sandra Page-Stylist &
Sculptured Nails
Patty Brown-Owner/Stylist
648-5854.
Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach
Tic 1/27


Wauneta's
Accounting & -
Income Tax : X
220 Reid Ave.
Ph. 229-8536
HOURS: Monday - Sat.:
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(Open during noon hour)
Open after 5 p.m. by appt.
Wauneta Brewer Pat Hohman
Owner . Assistant
(Used to be at 116 Monument)



St. Joseph Bay
Construct =o
* Residential
*Commercial





W.S. Bif) Qaries
CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING .
229-8795


I


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 10, 1983


Elementary School Releases Fourth Period Honor Roll

Port St. Joe Elementary Grade one: Melissa Ander- Jamie Parrish, Eric Ramsey, Adam Taylor, Melinda Whit- Roy Campbell, James Carter, .�mMs�� .M��HM Mi>i�ii oam n
school announces the Honor son, Shannan Antley, Clay Nichole Wilder, Brian Worn- field, Latonya Williams. Derrick Chitty, Christopher
Roll for the fourth six weeks Cox, Lee Duren, Racheal bles. Grade two: Ray Bolden, Bill Cox, Patrick Freeman, Kyle NOW OPEN IN PORT ST JOE
grading period. Dykes, Shannon Griffin, Lisa Grade two: Amy Buchanan, Brown, Brad Buzzett, Michael Griffin, David Groos, DeonI
ALL A's Jo Keeling, Christie McCulley, Crystal Kennington, Jodi FvanTannan aniv ai Joseph, Ron Kegley, Rachel T
Evas, appa Gandy, Daniel Joseph,, Ron Kegley, Rachel


On Saturday, 'February 12,
Miss Wonda Atkins of Over-
street, was crowned Home-
c:.oming Queen at Gulf Coast
Community College.
Miss Atkins, a 1979 graduate
of Wewahitchka High School,
is, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Atkins of Over-
Sstreet. She, is,a, Sophmore at
'Gulf "Coast' Community Col-
lege majoring in Marketing.,
, Presently, she is employed in
the marketing department for
the Panama City Mall. Upon
graduation, Miss-Atkins plans
to attend the University of


West Florida.
Miss Atkins was sponsored
by Alpha Psi Omega and
escorted by Pat Gordon. Mr.
Gordon is also a sophomore at
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Gordon of Panama
City.
Miss Atkins was presented
with an arrangement of roses.
and carnations, and a plaque
honoring' her as Miss Commo-
dore 1983. The Wewahitchka
State Bank presented her with
a tiara.


Mapes, Tina Rich, Chuck
Watson, Timothy Whitfield.
Grade three: Angel Barr,
Pamela Bowen, Scott Boy-
kins, Teleshi Daniels, Rachel
Higdon, Kristy Melvin, Kellie
Moree, Patricia Nedley, Sta-
cey Newsome, Marla Perry,
Jenny Simmons, Jason White,
Jamey Wilder.
Grade four: Erich Hohman,
Paula Pendarvis, Gwen White
Eagle.
Grade five: Kim Buchanan,
Allison Handley, John Moore.
Grade six:. Wendy Groos,
Stacy Kemp.
ALL A's and B's
Grade one: Steve Ailes, Tim
Baker, Kelly Burkett, Christy
Chancy, Sherry Fennell, Ke-
vin Lee, Shalonda McNeal,
Allen Marshall, Joey New-
berry, Christopher Nixon,'
Erin Oliver, Pausha. Pendar-
.vis, Tarus Riley, Michael Sck,
Tina Sewell, Mandi Stafford,

Gulf County

School Lunch


Menus
Monday, March 14
Hot .dog, mixed fruit,
French fries, cookies, and
milk.
Tuesday, March 15
Braised beef on rice, broc-
coli with cheese, sliced 'pea-
ches, cornbread, and milk.
Wednesday, March 16
Battered fried fish, cabbage
slaw, baked beans, hush pup-
pies, cake, and milk.
Thursday, March 17
Creamed chicken with rice,
buttered peas and. carrots,
fruit jello, rolls, and milk.
Friday, March 18
Sloppy Joe, orange juice,
French fries, cookies, and
milk.
Menus may change without
notice, due to the availability
of foods.


Hughes, Heather Johnson, Ap-
ril Little, Sherry Ludlam,
Arion Nickson, Kennetha
Raines, Leah Ray, Travis
Williams, Analisa Wood.
Grade three: Tenesa
Adams, Letron Alexander,
Norton Arrant, Philip Bryant,
'Mary Ann Byrd, Shelley
Campbell, Lakitcha Daniels,.
Jason Lee, Andrea McCulley,
Jeff Newberry, Wendy Os-
borne, Matthew Pate, Felisha
Pittman, Davina Seymour,
Carolyn Stephens, Niyorka
Turner, Jason Witten.
Grade four: Lisa Adkins,


McCulley, Vivian Miller, Tri-
sha Phillips, Kendall Pinkney,
Bilf'Ramsey, Benjamin Russ,
Matthew Taylor.
Grade five: Mark Godwin,
Tim Kerigan.
Grade six: Chris Bowen,
Darrell Bruner, Lance Camp-
bell, Stacie Chitty, Yolanda
Daniels, Tim. Davis, Matt
Durham, Jody Evans,, J. Lee
Johnson, Patricia Lee, Mark
McWaters, Tracy . Melvin,
Danny Moree, George New-
some, Lisa North, Missy Rice,
Hannoh Smith, Kristin Tot-
man, Chris Wahl.


1001 Hwy. 98
(across from
Duren's Store)


Tolophono
904/
229-8932
Nights and
after 5 p.m.
S 227-1436


CUMBAA MEMORIAL SERVICE
Harry and Sybil Cumbaa Harry Varnum,
Owners Manager
*eH emH �en no ' oooo ooeooo 00 o0 oo o ooia0000 o2.oooo o n aooo 000oooo Oo 0o . ...........o eo a m.o oo 0-i..-,,,, , ,, ie, i .,ii "-.,^.


S * "Miss Commodore, '83" and Escort

SWonda Atkins Named

"Miss Comodore '83"


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 10, 1983


Clean Soil Before Planting Tomat4

If you had troubles with had root-knot nematodes. stunted and gnarled like the - -you pull up your beets, carrots warts on them, that's often a
your tomatoes wilting and The photograph shows root- green tomato being held. or radishes and they have result of soil nematodes.


dying last season, perhaps you
need to clean your soil before
next season.
Often tomatoes quit produc-'
ing after mid-July and begin
to look like they aren't getting
enough energy. If that de-
scribes yours, perhaps they


The Board- of County; Com-
mission of, Gulf County, Flori-
da, met February 8, 1983 in
regular session with the fol-
lowing members present:
Chairman William R. Branch,
Jimmy 0. Gortman, Everett
Owens, Jr.; Eldrige 'Money,
and Douglas C. Birmingham,
Others present were: Clerk
Jerry Gates, Deputy Clerk
Maurell - Cumbie, Attorney
William J. Rish, Sheriff Ken
Murphy, Mosquito Control Di-
rector Doug Kent, and Bailiff-
Civil Defense Director Bill
Lamar.
Deacon E. L. Fleming, Zion
Fair Church, opened the meet-
ing with prayer and the
Chairman led the pledge of
allegiance to the flag.
" Upon motion by Comm.
Gortman, second by Comm.
Owens, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the mi-
nutes of ,January 25, 1983.
- Virgil Q. Mayo, Public De-
fender, 14th Judicial Circuit,
: presented a report of oper-
ating expenses incurred by his
" office during the current fiscal
year. Mr. Mayo discussed the
State Comptroller's refusal to
pay some of these expenses
and asked the Board to
request-the legislature change
the law to allow payment of
these expenses by the Comp-
Stroller.
S -E.,L. Fleming, James Du-
S maps,. Otis Stallworth, and
other were present as a group
to inquire about- the hiring
practices as relates to blacks
of the following Constitutional
Officers: Tax Collector Eda
Ruth Taylor, Property Ap-
praiser Joyce Williams, and
- Supervisor of Elections Cora
Sue Robinson. Mr. Stallworth
- : stated his group had been to
these elected officials request-
ing jobs and these officials
referred them to the Board for
more funds, stating they
- didn't have enough money in
their budgets and thought they
were large enough. Chairman
, ~. nch informed the gr6iups
that the Board had no control
over the hiring practices of
elected officials, only the
departments of the Board
(ie-Road Department, -Mos-
quito Control, Courthouse Ma-'
intenance, County Agent, etc.)
and invited the group to look
at tlie hiring practices of the
Board as set out in the Board's
records. The Chairman then
stated budgets (Constitutional
Officers and Board Depart-
ments) were higher than they
had ever been. After discus-
sion between the groups and
. the three elected officials, the
Chairman suggested the-
"-group meet with the elected
officers ,again in an effort to
solve. this problem.
. Julius Shackleford informed
the Board the State had dug a
ditch in front of his property
on the North side of State
Road 22 in Wewahitchka and
requested the Board construct
an access road over the ditch
to his property. The Chairman.
requested Comm. Birming-
ham check on this and report
back to the Board
Marion Daniels complained
about continuing drainage
problems on Avenue A in Port
St. Joe. Comm. Money said
the Board had, cleaned this
ditch previously, : but each
time the digging of these
ditches only made the ditches
deeper arid did not solve the
problem. Comm. Money sta-
ted that upon the Board's
request, Apalachicola Nor-
thern Railroad Company, had
agreed to lower the drainage
pipe located under the rail-
road crossing between Avenue
A and First Street in Port St.
Joe 18 inches as soon as their ,
work schedule permitted..
Major Tom Garrison, North-
west Regional Manager, Fred
Standberry, Director, Divi-
sion of Wildlife, and Florida
Game and ?Fresh Water Fish
SCommission and other Game
& Fish Officials, were present,
at -the Board's - request to
discuss holding public hearing
in Gulf County, and discuss
the reason for the recent doe
Shunts held throughout the
State. They reported the doe
kill was held to decrease the
number of diseased deer in
that area, leaving more food
Sfor" the strong-healthy deer
population, which should in-
Screase after the doe kill. The
Board members stated they
Shad received many com-
plaints from citizens opposing
the doe kill and reports of the
Decreasing number of deer
S throughout the county. After a
long question and answer
period, Comm. Birmingham
requested the Game & Fresh
Water Fish Commission send
the Board a report of the
a number of deer per acre in the
G. U. Parker Wildlife Manage-
ment Area from the date it
was opened to the present


knot nematodes on the roots of
a Better Boy plant pulled from
the soil in late September,
1982. .Extension authorities
say this tomato probably
produced a first crop of fruit
that was gathered in July.
Fruit produced after that was


date. Mr. Standberry agreed
-Chairman Branch request
the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission hold a public
hearing in Gulf Co6nty for the
public and this. Board to
t consider this year's fishing
, and hurting rules and regular
tions before they were adopt-
ed. Mr. Standberry reported
the new rules and regulations
had already been adopted.
Dave Watkins, 'Apalachee
Regional .Planning Council.
presented .a report and discus:
sed the land acquisition pro-
ject for the. Beacon Hill
lighthouse property.
Comm. Gortman moved the
Board pay an invoice from
Pinch-A-Penny in the amount
of $6,020.00 for the courthouse
ceiling fans, as recommended
by Architect Charles A. Gas-
kin. Comm. Birmingham sec-
onded the motion and it passed
unanimously.
. Comm. Goi tman moved the
Board pay an invoice from
Architect Charles A. Gaskin,
in the amount of $765.60, for
architect fees on the court-
house air-conditioning renova-
tion project. Comm, Birming-
ham seconded the motion and
it passed unanimously.
Comm. Birmingham moved
the Board pay an invoice from
Architect Charles A. Gaskin,
in the amount of $383.84, for
architect fees on the Beaches
Fire Station. Comm. Gortman
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
Upon Architect Charles A.
Gaskin's recommendation,
Comm. Gortman moved the
Board pay Invoice No. 1, from
Contractor Adams-Shumaker,
Inc., in the amount of
$28,863.00, on the Beaches Fire
Station building contract.
Comm. Birmingham seconded
the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Upon Architect Charles A.
Gaskin's recommendation,
Comm. Owens moved the
Board approve Change'Order
No. r on the Beaches "Fife
Department contract. Comm.
Money seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
The Board discussed the
large amount of the second
draw from B&B Marine on the
Indian Pass Boat Ramp Pro-
ject and Mosquito Control
Director Kent recommended
the Board pay half the invoice
amount at this time. Comm.
Owens moved the Board pay
$5,000.00 of the $10,500.00 in-,
voice. Comm. Money second-
ed the motion and it passed
unanimously.
The Clerk presented an
invoice from Nohrr, Nohrr,
Brushwood, & Howze, P.A.,
for Morrison Assurance Com-
pany in the amount of $936.00.
The Board instructed the
Attorney to take care of this-
matter.
The Clerk presented an
invoice from Treated Timber
Products Company in- the
amount of $4,336.50, for sani-
tary landfill ramp pilings,
which the Board had approved
by bid award, and an invoice
from Dolomite, Inc. in the
amount of .$712.81, 'for rock
used in constructing the
ramps and asked the Board
which fund these invoices
should be paid from. The
Board agreed to pay them'
from available Federal Re-
venue Sharing funds.
The Clerk presented a bill
from the District II-A Mental
Health Board in the amount of
$1,466.75, for Baker Act ser-
vices. The Clerk wos instruct-
ed to file this bill.. : �
The Clerk reported on his
negotiations with the Depart-
ment of Health and R1ehabili-
tative Services on the lease'
renewal of the 1st floor of the
County Building in Wewa-
hitchka, which expires July 1,
1983. After discussion, Comm.
Birmingham moved the Board
table this matter until the next
regular meeting. Comm. Gort-
man seconded the motion,
stating he would like to meet
with the Health and Rehabili-
tative Service representative,
also, and the motion passed
unanimously.
Attorney Rish presented a
proposed ordinance as pre-
pared by the Subdivision
Regulation Committee. The
Chairman then scheduled a
workshop for the County Com-
missioners and the Committee
on February 10, 1983 at 5:30
p.m.
Comm. Owens moved the
Attorney advertise a public
hearing to consider adopting
an ordinance to reduce the
building inspection fee for
residential add-on construc-
tion to a flat fee of $15.00 and
reduce the trailer inspection
fee to $15.00, with the electri-
cal inspection to remain
$10.00, making the total trailer
and electrical inspection fee
$25.00. Comm. Birmingham


Cleaning the soi win control
root-knot nematodes plus soil
diseases, weeds and some
insects. Nematodes are an
increasing problem and often
go unidentified except that the
gardener knows the plants
aren't growing properly. If


. seconded the motion and i
d passed unanimously.
r Comm. Owens moved thi
c Building Inspector fees be
e capped at $1,000.00 per monti
o throughout the remainder o
g the fiscal year, beginning
- March 8, 1983. Comm. Gort
- man seconded the motion for
discussion. After discussion o
s travel, Comm. Birminghanm
moved the motion be amended
& to include the County pay foi
, the Building Inspector's mo
- bile phone with an excess
SBuilding Department reve-
1 nue. Comm. Gortman second
ed the amendment for discus
sion. Upon vote, the amend
ment passed with the follow
t ing vote: Comm. Birming-
ham, Owens, and Money voted
I yes. Chairman Branch voted
no, stating he felt the Building
Inspector was receiving
enough fees to pay for the
mobile phone for the remain-
der of this fiscal year, but, he
would, like to review the fees
again at the end of the year.
Upon vote, the original motion
passed unanimously. The
Chairman then appointed
Comm. Owens and Gortman
to Aid the Building Depart-
ment in' their departmental
responsibilities, .directing
them to monitor this depart-
Jment's operations and set
office hours:. ,
Comm. Money discussed a
request from St. Joe Ambu-
lance Squad Chief, Catherine
Ramsey, for a new chassis for
the Chevrolet Ambulance. The
Chairman stated this should
be considered at the next
budget hearings.
Comm. Money said Mos-
quito Control employee Sam
Graves had contacted him
requesting the Board meet
with representatives from the
Mosquito Control and the
Road Department before ap-
proving the new personnel
policy.
Comm. Money discussed
different methods of construc-
tion that could 'be used in
adding space to the St. Joe
Ambulance Building if the.
Board decides to increase the
size of the building. The
Chairman suggested the
Board discuss this with lith
architect.
Comm. Birmingham report-
ed the new owner of the
Douglas Landing Boat Land-
ing was requesting the use of
County right-of-ways on the
right side of the Douglas
Landing Road so he could
-build a seawall and use the
property for an- additional
parking area. The Attorney
advised the Board a written
agreement to lease this pro--
perty was needed. Comm.
'Birmingham agreed to meet
with the boat landing owner
again.
After a long discussion of
the County landfill program.
Comm. Birmingham moved
Mosquito Control Director
Kent work with the Cities and
St. Joe. Paper Company on
possible financing and plan-
ning of a compactor and
transfer station system to
serve all of Gulf County.
Comm. Money seconded the.
motion and it passed unani-
mously.
Upon motion by Comm.'
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Money; and unani-
mous vote, the Board ap-
proved Mosquito Control Di-
rector Kent attending, the
Florida Anti-Mosquito Control
Association Annual Meeting in
Buena Vista, Florida, on Feb-
.ruary 27-March 3, 1983.
Comm, Money requested
the Attorney prepare.a resolu-
tion requesting the legislative
delegation introduce legisla-
tion repealing the require-
ment that counties help pay to
operate both the Public De-
fender and State's Attorney's
Office.
C The Chairman asked the
Clerk to -write Winston B.
Rather, Sanitation Officer,
Health Department, request-
ing he investigate the personal
garbage dump in the vicinity
of River Road and -Second
Street, Wewahitchka, as re-
ported by the City of Wewa-
hitchka.
Comm. Gortman requested
the Attorney check the law
concerning the County accept-
ing roads from the State
Department of Transporta-
tion.
Comm. Gortman reported
Fico Farms had an available
site for an airport landing
strip if the Board is interested
in pursuing this acquisition.
All Payrolls for the month
January, 1983, were approved
as paid. The Clerk reported
the amount of fines and bonds
collected for the month.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


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Solve Shrimp,


Crab Dispute

The Gulf of Mexico Fishery these fishery mahi
Management Council, has plans with consideration
scheduled public hearings on social and economic
an amendment to the Shrimp thestates.
-and Stdne Crab Fikhl'y Man-- "' . ' * '
agement Plans which regulate
these fisheries in- federal
waters o ff Florida. The , .
amendment provides a pro- .
posed long-term solution to the
Sgear conflict between shrihip
and stone crab fishermen that
is occurring off Citrus and s, i
Hernando Counties. The pro-,
posed amendment would ere- s
ate exclusive.fishing zones .for
each fishery in the'.federal
waters. The hearings are
scheduled from 7:00 p.m. to_
10:00 p.m., as follows: March ON GO
28, Crystal River, Plantation .
Inn, Ball Room;' and March
30, Apalachicola, Franklin
County Court Hourt House. .
The proposed amendment
will affect crab fishermen "
from the two county area and r
-shrimp fishermen based in ,f
ports from Tampa to Apala- t
chicola who fish this area. In
addition to the action proposed u
in its amendment, the Council ,
is requesting suggestions from e
the public for a long-term
solution to this gear conflict.
Sumimaries of the proposed. -
amendment may be obtained
from the offices of the ,-Sea
Grant Marine Extension
,,Agents, Florida Marine Patrol
'offices, the National Marine
Fisheries Service in St. Pe-
tersburg, and by calling the
Council office at (813) 228-
2815. .
The Gulf of Mexico Fishery
Management Council is one of Wood's
eight regional Fishery Man-
agement Councils which were ture
established by the Magnuson - Shark'
Fishery Conservation and ded sp
Management Act of 1976 (P.L. U
94-265). The Gulf of Mexico progr
Fishery Management Council 13. Dis
prepares fishery management13Di
plans which are designed to No. 1 c
manage 'fishery resources in ,
the-200-mile limit in the Gulf of
Mexico. The states surround-
ing the Gulf L of Mexico, the
fishing industry, consumer,
recreational anid environimen- "
tal organizations, .and, other .
interested -persons participate
in, and advise on the establish-
ment and administration of
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express. our
thanks to the kind people 'of
Port St. Joe for their, sym- Free Mo
pathy and consideration to us -
during the funeral and burial
of our mother and sister, Opal
Thomas Lewis, on February
20. Our special gratitude to
Sue Lewis for her help and
concern for our welfare at this
time.
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It must be used early- at
least two to three weeks ahead
of the time you expect to put
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applied by mixing with water
and sprinkling over the gar-
den and then watering in
thoroughly. Always follow la-
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soil insects. A 20' x 20' garden
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Knowing for sure :you are
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ir l nilea Metodlst Church
Constitution and Monument Ave.
. Port St. Joe, Florida
,JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ... ........ ...... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ...................... 11:00A.M.
EVENINGWORSHIP .... ..... . . ........... 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL(Wednesday) .......... 7:30 P.M.





Sur-Way Electric

411 Reid Avenue


Commercial, Residential

Remodeling and

Service Work

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Licensed and Bonded

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We Ivite You to $ PLAY MONEY BACK $
Wouldn't it be nice to buy a big grocery order at Saveway and then have your money
given back to you at the end of the week?
Well, here's your chance!
We will draw a minimum of 3 Saveway Cash Register Tapes (or enough to be worth
at least $150.00) each Saturday at 6:00.p.m. If your tape is drawn you will get the total
amount of moniy that you spent returned to you!
$ MONEY BACK $. is the game for those who would like to have one of our
cashiers hand them their $' MONEY BACK $ and still keep their groceries:
Register each time. you visit Saveway.
- ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
YOU PROBABLY KNOW SOMEONE WHO HAS GOTTEN THEIR MONEY BACK IN ONE OF OUR PAST GAMES.
NOTE: Ifyour name is drawh on a Saveway Cash Register Slip and no purchase was made, you will be awarded a $5.00 refund representing
an average purchase. To enter justsign the Saveway Cash Register Tape, put your phone number on It and put It in the drawing box.
THESE SHOPPERS PLAYED $ MONEY BACK $ AND WON
ine Treglown .............. $40.25 Jan Miller ...... ......... 6.44


Shop SAVEWAY'S
Generic Brands
and Save Even More!

10 Oz. No Brand 39
Instant Coffee *$39


16 Oz. Generic
Sweet Relish
22 Oz. Sweet
Salad Cubes .
32 Oz. Generic Hamburger.
Dill Chips . . . .


87'
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$119

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22 Oz. Generic
Coffee Creamer 1
oz+.�er� -,,$12


3 Lb. Can Generic
Shortening
18 Oz. Box Generic
Corn Flakes
20 Oz. Ba x Generic
Raisin Bran


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18 Oz. Jar Generic $ 0 l
Peanut Butter $10


Generic Canned
Tomatoes


. 3/99'


16 O Can Delmonte .
Cut Green Beans .
17 Oz. Showboat - Save 9'
CUT YAMS.... ..
46 z.- Save 10..
V-8 JUICE .. . . .
17 Oz. Delmonte - Save 14 .
FRUIT COCKTAIL .


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SWEET& LOW...
5 Oz. Armour - Save 34'
Vienna
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SARDINES with Oil


Red Bliss

Potatoes 3b. 87
Waxed Canadian

Rutabagas Lb. 19
Fresh Pkgs.

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6 Oz. Minute Maid
ORANGE JUICE........
20 Oz. Banquet
APPLE PIE..........
8 Oz. Birds Eye
COOL WHIP.........
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LESUEUR PEAS.......


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All Flavors 6 Oz.
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64 Oz. 5-ALIVE........
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Center Cut Chuck Roast lb. $1.69 Choice Tender T-Bone Steak Ib.$288
BRISKET STEW BEEF.. .. lb.39 Choice Tender Sirloin Steak Ib.$278
Family Pak EXTRA LEAN GROUND ROUND ..l............... Ib.1.79


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LOIN RIBS . b.
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Power Pak SALAMI,
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DRY CURED
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$1.29 lb., Your
TRUE COST PER
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POUND (Exclud-
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$1.8177 lb.
This means that
S you not only pay -
$1.8177/lb. for
T-Bone Steaks,
but also
S $1.817711b. for
Soup Bones,
Boiling Beef,
Neck Bones,, and
Kidney.
SOf the approxi- .
mate 220 pounds
you take home,
65 pounds is in
kidney, soup
bones, boiling
Sbeef, neckbones,
S and ground beef.


OR
If You Bought A SIDE OF SWINGING BEEF
That Weighs 310 Pounds, You Would Receive
These Approximate Cuts


. -Soup Bones, 10.0 lb.,
S --Round Steak, 19.0 lb.
- Sirloin Tip Roast, 6.0 lb.
- Bone-In Rump Roast, 2.5 lb.
- T-Bone Steak, 14.0 lb.
- Strip Steak, 2.5 Ib.
- Sirloin Steak, 20.0 lb.
- Rib Roast, 12.0 lb.
- Rib Steaks, 6.0 Ib.
- Short Ribs, 2.5 lb.
- Flank Steak, 1.5 lb.
- Boiling Beef, 20.5 lb.
-Brisket, 5.0 lb.
- Chuck Steak, 9.0 lb.
- Chuck Roast, 23.0 Ib.
- Shoulder Roast, 11.0 lb.
- Neckbones, 3.0 Ib.
- Stew Meat, 12.5 Ib.
- Ground Beef, 31.0 Ib.
- Cubed Steaks, 8.5 Ib.
- Inedible Bones & Fat, 90.0 lb.
- Kidney, .5 lb.

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(The Only Kind of Beef Sold by Piggly Wiggly)
(One Bottom Round, One Top Sirloin, One Short Loin, One st
Lip-On Rib Eye, One Boneless Chuck) Not'
That Weighs 153 Pounds, You Would Receive 0
These Approximate Cuts I orta


- Boneless Bottom Round Steak, .8.0 lb.
- Boneless Rump Roast, 3.0 lb.
- Boneless Eye of Round Steak, 4.0 Ib.
- Boneless Top Sirloin Steak, 7.5 lb.
- T-Bone Steak, 16.5 Ib.
- Strip Steak, 1.75 lb.
- Rib Eye Steaks, 11.0 Ib.
- Boneless Chuck Steak, 6.5 lb.
- Boneless Chuck Roast, 13.0 lb.
- Boneless Shoulder Roast, 5.0 Ib.
- Boneless Top Blade Steak, 2.5 Ilb.
- Ground Beef, 34.0 lb.
- Cubed Steak, 7.0 Ib.
- Boneless Shoulder Steak, 4.75 lb.
- Inedible Bones and Fat, 21.0 lb.


TRUE COST
PER SERVING $.7689


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GROUND CHUCK


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