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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 24, 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


IRTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 31


-T HE ST A R

Industry -IDeep Water Port- Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1983


Gulf Aire Founder Feels




Subdivision Neglected


County Board Counters, We've Never Bee'nAsked"


Representative James Harold Thompson, last Thursday at noon. Thompson met with
center, chats with Gene Raffield, left,, and and spoke briefly to a joint meeting of three
Jim McNeill, right, on a rainy, dreary day civic clubs. -Star photo


Rep. Thompson Meets Part


Of His New C
Representative James Harold Thompson,
who now represents Gulf County in the
Florida Legislature, was in Port St. Joe,
Thursday of last week, for a fish fry luncheon
'with three of Port St. Joe's civic clubs.
Meeting at Raffield Fisheries boat repair
building, some 150 members of the clubs and
their guests, gathered to greet and meet with
:the Legislature in weather which wasn't very
cooperative for the event. Clubs involved in
the dinner meeting were the Lions, Kiwanis
:and Rotary clubs, which all combined their
weekly meeting to break bread with the
Quincy Legislator.
Thompson spoke only briefly to the
crowd, preferring to mix and mingle and talk
to those who wished to talk, shake hands with
everyone and generally introduce himself and
Sbe-introdiced by. his i.gide--for- i e affair,


-1
Constituency
former Representative Billy Joe Rish.
The veteran Legislator, who is new to
Gulf County, spoke briefly on the coming
session of the Legislature, which gets
underway on April 5. He lamented the
position of Northwest Florida, which seemed
to loose a House member-or two at every
reapportionment which comes along. In this
light, Thompson pledged himself to, "Make
sure the rest of the state of Florida knows
about the value and character Northwest
Florida gives to the state as a whole. They
need us."
The lawmaker went on to acknowledge
that the questions of transportation, educa-
tion and local needs would probably dominate
the action of the Legislature during its 1983
session.. :'They are all important needs and
, - -need our considerable-attention", he said.-


A period of heavy rains were needed.d
always brings on a rash of ' Branch went on to tell
drainage problems. Tuesday Sudduth, "I don't ever re-
night, it 'was the turn of member a request being made
residents of Gulf Aire Subdi- before this board by a resident
vision to complain of water of Gulf Aire for any service atg
problems they were having, as all. I talked to Mr. Miller (in
the developer of Gulf Aire, charge of sales of property at
Rowe Sudduth,. brought his Gulf Aire) about drainage but
problems to the County Comn-, informed him there were
mission meeting for a solu- problems with design at Gulf
;tion. e Aire whichI would 'need to be
Saying he hears talk which
labels Gulf Aire as the "red
headed stepchild" of the coun- "
ty, Sudduth said he wished to I hear talk which
clear the air as to what was labels Gulf Aire as
fact and what was just talk in the 'red-headed
regard to lack ;of services
from the county in the new stepchild, of Gulf
residential area. Sudduth said County."
particularly, the subdivision
had no traffic control signs on - Sudduth
its streets and drainage prob- "Not so "
lems had not been addressed
by the county in the past. -Branch
Sudduth also said, "I didn't
feel at the time and I don't feel
now that it was Gulf Aire's corrected before proceeding
responsibility to pay for eight with any drainage work."
fire hydrants to be installed in Miler interjected it was his
Beacon Hill in order to get a impression Branch was pro-
permit to run water from missing to place and cover any
Mexico Beach to our place. It drainage pipe purchased by
should have been the expense residents. Branch said he
of Beacon Hill to pay for those didn't remember making such
hydrants. a promise and again referred
Chairman Billy Branch to the need for some major
agreed with Sudduth, saying planning before drainage was
Beacon Hill should have paid attempted.
for the plugs, but the request ..'ur road department su-
for the permit at the time left perintendent agrees with me
no time to get the .people in ngBr ansaid.
Beazcon HiDM t6paiy T -0-0 STARTING EXPANSION
installation and the hydrants Suduth said he wanted a
good relationship between


Spelling for Championship


Gulf County's spelling bee
championship spell-off will pit
last year's winner against last
year's runner-up for the first
time today. Laurie Butts, last
year's winner and Tommy
Ford, last year's runner-up,
represent their schools again
this year in the contest which
decides who will represent
Gulf County in the district


competition in April.
Six Gulf County elementary
and junior high school stu-
dents will compete for the
county championship this
morning at 9:00 a.m., in the
Port St. Joe High School
Commons area.
The county winner will
advance to the regional con-


test to be held in Tallahassee
on April 16.
Last Friday, individual
schools in the county selected
their representative for to-
day's match with spelling
elimination competition of
their own. The last champion
was decided on Monday of this
week, when the Highland View
Elementary School selected


JailInmate Walks Out ,


Prisoner CoIes InOut of Cold


Bishop Sloan, being held in
the Gulf County jail on- a
charge of sexual battery,
decided life in jail was a little
better than the life outside last
Thursday night.;, ;
Sloan liad walked out of the
jail, unnoticed Thursday and
taken off for the cover of the
woods on his way to freedom
in a pelting rainstorm. He had
taken advantage of some
freedom given prisoners by,
the Sheriff's Department on
Thursday, which is "tele-


phone day" at the jail. The
-inmates' are allowed out of
their cells to make telephone
calls to family and friends.
According to Sheriff Ken
Murphy, Sloan started for the
telephone which hangs on the
wall near the rear entrance to
the Sheriff's office, and just
kept on going.
The Department mounted a
search for the escapee Thurs-
day afternoon in the driving
.rain and dropping tempera-
tures, which lasted into the


night. .
About 1:00 a.m., in the
morning, Sloan decided he had'
had enough "freedom" and
came walking in the jail, cold,
wet and hungry.
The search for Sloan was
centered around the wooded,
area between the jail 'and' the'
'Louisiana-Pacific installation
on Highway 71. The Sheriff's
office was aided by the
Florida 'Marine Patrol, the
Game Commission and State's.
Attorney officers.


its champion in a special
event.
On stage today in the final
competition, representing
their individual schools will
be:
Stephanie Wilson, Port St.
-Joe Elementary School.
Laura Butts, Port St. Joe
High School. Miss Butts was
the county winner in last
year's spelling bee.
Michael Ramsey. Highland.
View Elementary School.
:Topmmy Ford, Faith Chris-
tiain School.
Joanna Causey; was to rep-
resent Wewahitchka Elemen-
tary School, but came down
with chicken pox and will be
replaced by alternate, Patri-
cia Fowler.
Pam Gortmarn, Wewahitch-
ka High School. ,
The spelling bee competi-
tion is for students from
grades five through eight.,
R. Marion Craig, spelling
bee coordinator for Gulf Coun-
ty, will be calling out the
words for the students this
morning.,


Gulf Aire'and the county and
would try .to work close with
the governing body in the "'
future.
"We're getting ready to put
.in' our sewage treatment plant
and begin work on opening up
another phase of Gulf Aire",
Sudduth said. He told the .
Commission the treatment
plant would be large enough to
care for 400 to 500 units.
The developer pointed out
his firm was going to open up
another section of Gulf Aire
and wanted to plan any t
drainage or street work to
accommodate the new section
also. Sudduth asked if the
subdivision should dedicate its
streets to the county. ..
Chairman Branch said the L
Commission wouldn't mind if
Gulf Aire maintained owner-
ship of its streets. "'We'll be
glad to give you back the ones
already dedicated", Branch
said . '
The Commission then
agreed to work out a plan for
installing traffic control signs
in the area, such as stop signs,
speed limit signs and other
control devices.
Miller closed the discussion
about the subdivision by not-
ing, "Gulf Aire paid $19,766.86
in county taxes last year and
will pay more this year: With s
another phase coming, I feel b
this subdivision should be


Wan ts Door, Audio Monitor, Smoke Alarm, Now!



F"ire Marshall Scores JailAg'ain
-aIrIeai


Conflicting demands from two separate state
agencies now has the Gulf County Commission and
Sheriff Ken Murphy scratching their heads over
what to do about the jail facilities in order.to have
it. come in compliance with a recent wave of,
ii*spections by the state's Department of Corre-
tibns.
What originally started out as a complaint by
the DOC about appearances and some facilities at
tie jail, has erupted into a full-blown report,'four
pages long, from both the DOC and the State Fire
Marshall, who says the jail needs extensive
changes in order to comply with the fire code.
- Built almost completely with steel and
concrete, the Fire Marshall is now calling for such
items as fire walls with two hour ratings between
the offices and jail sections of the building.
-- Much of the major changes must be made by
August, according to the report, but the
Commission has decided they cannot meet this
deadline and is attempting to buy time by doing
-what they can and reporting that progress will
made on the other items as soon as the County is
financially able.
.. Immediately, the county will install smoke


alarms in the building, a rear door and a listening
device in the cell areas, so the prisoners can be
monitored at all times.
County Commission Billy Branch said the
county has had a new rear door purchased for
several months, but the Department of Correc-
tions wants it in one location and the Fire Marshall
wants it in another. "If they can decide where the
door should be, we'll put it in. I guess we should
have gone ahead and installed it when we got it
rather than ask for their input to the matter"..
Sheriff Ken Murphy has some reservations
about the audio devices being placed in the cell
areas. The devices are recommended by DOC as a
means of monitoring the activities of the prisoners
in order to prevent any harm coming to them from
self-inflicted or accidental means. "It would seem
to. me this, would be an invasion of privacy",
Murphy said. "If they. want it in, we'll put it in,
though."
Tuesday night, the Commission agreed to go
ahead and install the smoke alarms and the audio
devices and advise the DOC the county is ready to
install the rear door.
Branch advised the Commission that court-


house maintenance people had already made eight
or nine of the corrections suggested by DOC and he
recommended the County dicker with DOC over
the other items on the punch list.
All of this started Tuesday -night when
Sheriff's Lieutenant Jack Davilla told the Board
the DOC inspectors were in the jail Monday and
insisted o0r the three items being put into place
immediately. Davilla said, "He saw the improve-
ments which have already been made, but he
warned the other improvements must be made
immediately."
As for the rear door, Sheriff Murphy said,
"The fire marshall wants a door in the rear center
of the building or one on each side. The DOC hasn't
decided yet where they want it."
The Commission decided Tuesday to adopt a
resolution calling on the Legislature to approve a
jail operation which would treat prisoners
humanely and safely, but would allow the "frills"
to be at the discretion of the county. The resolution
will be sent to the Gulf County delegation and to
each county commission in the state for
presentation to their delegations.


declared the growth area of
the county. I think it's'one of
the finest.developments along
the Gulf coast. It was done
properly and it will continue to
grow in a- controlled manner
� ^, ,,^ "' -


which will be an asset to the
county."
MORE PROBLEMS
Bucky Richter. and Herschel
Hill came up with a drainage
problem on Barbara Drive in

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A swarm of bees moved into the City last Friday, taking
ip residence iii the top of a sycamore tree on Seventh Street.
The Star photographer went to witness the event after a
;all by Mrs. Mae Eichelbrenner alerted him to the
swarming. This picture shows the swarm as it made a large
bundle in the tree.
In order to allow some semblance of calmness for the
photographer; the picture was taken from as far away as
possible with a 200 power lens.
No sense in tempting those bees to decide to locate on
or around the photographer while the picture was being
aken. -Star photo


Ward Ridge, which, the Coi-'
mission said they could fix if
residents on the street would
purchase culverts for their
drives. Richter and Hill said
(Continued on Page 8)


Cheese Distribution Planned


Friday from 9
Distribution of free USDA cheese will be
made available by Gulf County on Friday of"
this week, according to Doug Kent, County,
Commission assistant administrator, in
charge of the program.
The cheese will be made available in the
Washington High Recreation Center here: in
Port St. Joe and in the Wewahitchka
Community Center in the north end of the
county. Both centers will be open from 9:00
a.m., to 5:00 p.m., for distribution.


til 5P.M.'''.
Free cheese is available to 1.) Those
whose income level is used by the Food Stamp
office; 2.) To all senior citizens, age 60 and
over regardless of income; 3.) To food stamp
recipients; 4.) To unemployed persons
regardless of previous income. -
The, actual distribution work is carried
out by a corps of Green Thumb workersunder
the direction of Isadora Blackshire and
Myrtle Jackson.. , -


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One


Case In


Court


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t


Only one case in Gulf County
Circuit Court went to trial
before a Jury this month, for
perhaps the lightest docket in
over a year, according to
records in the Clerk's office.
Kenny Smith, of Wewa-
hitchka, was scheduled to
have his case go before a jury
trial yesterday at 10:00 a.m.,
on a charge of possession of
marijuana with intent to sell
to a minor.
Circuit Judge Fred Turner
was to be the presiding judge.
Several other cases were
scheduled to be tried in this
week's session, but all were
delayed or dismissed before
they ever reached the trial
stage.
Ov the seven cases schedul-
ed for trial, four entered pleas
.prior to court hearings, one
case was continued, one was
dismissed and one defendant
failed to show up.for trial.
All of the cases not tried or'
dismissed will be carried over
to a later term of court.

Dead Lakes

Committee To
Meet March 31
The Dead .Lakes Water
Management District corn- -
mittee will be meeting Thurs-
day, March 31 at 6:30 p.m.,
CST in the Calhoun, County
Courthouse in Blountstown.
According to the. meeting
notice, the committee will be
considering all matters per- .
taming to the Dead Lakes
dam.


FC


Last Year's Finalists Vie


Bees Swarm


Sheriff Sets Up Program


To Fingerprint Children
The Gulf County Sheriff's Department prints are taken, the parents keep the
will have personnel available to finger- records."'
print children of all ages when they initiate The Florida Department of Law
their "Help Our Children" program on Enforcement recently established the
Saturday, April 2 and Saturday, April 9. Missing Children Information Clearing-
The first fingerprint program will be held house that, with the help of computers and
in Port St. Joe at Perry's Pizza and a toll-free telephone hotline, will sort
Amusements on Saturday, April 2, from 10 information about missing children and
a.m. to 2 p.m., EDT. The second program help local agencies find them. All parents
will be held in Wewahitchka at Rich's, IGA are urged to bring their children to be
on Saturday, April 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. fingerprinted. If' they are unable to have
CDT. their children printed on either Saturday,
"If you want your own record of your they are urged to bring them by the
child's fingerprints, the Sheriff's Depart- Sheriff's Department and have them
ment is offering this program to help," printed.
Sheriff Murphy said. "No law requires you Soft drinks will be served to those
to have your child fingerprinted. The children having their fingerprints taken on
program is strictly voluntary, and once the either Saturday.
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Editorials and Comments


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, MAR. 24, 1983


Drinking Age Needs



Hiking to 21


Florida's Legislators go back to
Tallahassee in a little more than two
*weeks to start this year's session of
the Legislature.
One of the first heavy questions
:which will hit them smack in the
:face when they walk in the front door
- is the question of whether or-not to
raise the legal drinking age of
Florida young adults from age 18 to
age 21.
. This question really shouldn't be
a problem with the Legislature to
decide with any difficulty since the
polls - even those run by college
age groups - point to the fact that
the people of Florida favor raising
the legal age to621.
b Even the young adults affected
by the change, are in favor of raising
the legal age to 21. According to a
poll taken by the students of Florida
State University, 58 percent favor
raising the legal drinking age.
S; Given that information, we
- come back to Governor Graham's
i public appearance a little over a
:week ago, where he stated on televi-
sion that he favored the age of 19 as a
| legal age to settle upon, probably-
thinking splitting the difference
would please everybody. According
to the poll, it doesn't.
If we had our way, the'
Legislature would out-law 'drinking
all together, for all ages. If hiking
.-the age to 21 will be good for Florida
and its highway injury and death
1 statistics, then a drastic move like
stopping all liquor sales should help
; these same statistics even more.



SThe Property

j i One of the new taxes being pro-
posed for passage.ip the.,new -ession -
-of the Legislature thisspring-is'a one "
mill increa-se on pr-pVirty taxes to
: help fund increases in education.
*A new tax of any sort will be un--
popular this year. A one mill in-
crease on property taxes will be
especially so, particularly among


the few who are left paying proper
States these days. With the advent
the $25,000 homestead exempt
the state of Florida has effective
exempted most of the homeown
* who reside in the state from pay
property taxes and those left pay
are in such a minority their voice
protest will hardly be heard.
Placing a one mill tax on prop
� ty is one of the smoothest decisi
to come out of Tallahassee in a 1
time. For the above reason sta
there will be hardly a whim
heard and since the taxes for are
schools, one would have to
against motherhood and the flag



Heavy Wee

ALL THAT RAIN we had last week
has put me in the position where I can
' make an application for an agriculture
disaster loan from the Federal Governr-
ment. ..
- i have always wanted to make such
S a loan. I have given up getting any price
support payments for my printing
presses, but maybe I can come within
the requirements for a crop disaster
loan.
. If the Governmenit would only give
-me a production subsidy or production
:price support on my presses, I would no
--longer need the crop disaster loan, thus
-saving somebody some money in the
" ong run. ,
If the Government would guarantee-
'. lme a predetermined return for. every
i;:mpression we could make- on our-
S:presses down here at The Star, we could-
forget all about crop disaster loans,
short. term loans, long term loans,
S ;'desperation loans and loans to repay
. -,ther loans.

I KNOW I'M ELIGIBLE for a crop
:disaster loan.
" I didn't have a low-cost Govern-



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There's no getting around tl
fact that drinking drivers are a reI
menace to the highways of Florida
A story in the Panama City New
Herald last week pointed out tha
drinking young- drivers had at
counted for 18 out of 22 traffic a(
cidents in Bay County thus far in th
year and that other statistics show
a direct cause and effect in drinking
drivers in their county.
We're sure the same statistic
hold true for us.
If traffic problems were the onl
problems associated with drinking
and particularly youthful drinking
we might not have a legitimate argi
ment over whether or not to restrict
its sale and use. But, this isn't th
case. Use and abuse of liquor among
young people causes more problem
than probably any other one sing]
ingredient.
It's true, we don't drink. It is nc
true that we take the position tha
what is good for us has to be good fo
everyone. There is too muc
evidence to the' harm that drinking
does to the youth and their elders.
We feel there is no question at a
but what drinking by youth i
something to be discouraged. W
hope the Legislature listens to th
people of Florida, and the youth, an
hikes the legal drinking age to 21. A
least that's one tiny step towar
some sane control over this ingrc
dient which has plagued people
the earth ever since mankind lear
ed to make it.


Tax Is Back

oppose them.
., ur.state.,government calle
-' easing -theff -"burden for thl
S'sf two years in' so-called ta
reforms. What their programs di
was take taxes off and didn't d
much toward spreading there
around where they would be
burden to nobody.
Now, with all this largest
toward the poor tax-payer, we fin
ourselves running out of money
because our tax collecting base isn
large enough.
In our opinion, the whole pr(
blem would be solved - tax relit
and adequate revenues - if th
Legislature would address itself 1
settling on a tax for the first $5,000 t
$10,000 for a homestead and then e:
empt the next $25,000.
This way everyone would pa
and would pay close attention to ho
the money was spent. The broader
tax base would boost revenues coi
siderably.


al If you ask 'any native
a. Pensacolians who Mr. "Bud"
Hall was, they will more than
likely tell you that he was the
at Superintendent of Public In-
C- struction -for Escambia
C- County for many years. They,
ie will probably, continue by
,d telling you of the many
capacities Mr. Half served in
Lg during his many years in the
education system in the Pen-!
cs sacola area. They might men-
tion that he was one of the
finest coaches in the state
.y during his early years in the
Ig school system.
ig There are not many people,
S however, who knew Mr. Hall
e as I knew him. I kiew him
Wt ell and I want' to tell you
ie about him. He was, to me, a
ig very interesting and unusual
IS man. I think you will agree
le after you read about Mr. Hall.
. Mr. Hall was a quiet manr
He was also the principal of
ot Ferry Pass Junior High Sc-
a hool when I attended that
Dr
h Jr. ROTC

Field Meet

is Scheduled
We More than 145 students from
Ld four different high schools in
tt the local area will converge on
rd Tyndall March 24 and 25 to
conduct a Joint Junior ROTC
e- Field Meet.
of According to 1st Lt. William-
n- w:. Underly, project officer,.
the high schools participating
are: Bay, Mosely, Rutherford
and Port St. Joe. Bay High is
serving as the host school.
Each of the ,.schools is
sending 34 cadets, plus three
adult chaperones., -These
teams begin arriving Thurs-
. day morning and will begin
,d their stay with lunch at the
e dining facility. 'Opening cere-
monies .will take place'that
x afternoon on NCO Academy
id drill area, followed by' the
l0 inspection, drill and- color
m guard ceremonies. The first of
fa the sporting events takes
place on the basketball court
in the base gym.
SS On Friday the cadets will
ld compete in a physical fitness
ay test and volleyball games;
t break for lunch; then meet on
the , softball diamond. , All
teams are scheduled to depart
0- the base at 4:30 p.m. that'day
ef and will meet later that
Ie evening at Bay High's gymna-
to. sium for an awards ceremony
and dance.
to ,
X- "The doctor sees all ' the
weakness of mankind, the
y lawyer all the wickedness,
Sthe priest all the stupidity."
W - Schopenhauer
er
"Fear of misfortune is worse
n" 'than the misfortune."
, Hasidic Saying ,


institution during the early
1950's. He could also teach
math, science, history, P.E.,
english and, was extremely
good at coaching. Mr. Hall
could wear a hat of any size
when it .came to the school
system. And he was. every-
where!
He was also the man who sat
behind the desk that we all
hated to .walk up to.
When one of us was sent to
Mr. Hall's office, it was not to
*.


receive a "Good Conduct"
medal. Those were given out
in assembly and, Mr. Hall
would not have anything to do
with "Good Conduct" awards.
His reason for existence was
to pass out the "Bad Conduct"
awards, They were called
"Butt-Burners" and he loved
to make the presentations. He
was extremely efficient at it,
too, as many of us will attest.
Mr. Hall was a man. sur-
rounded by silence. Wherever


he went silence fell like fog on
a graveside ceremony. You
could hear a mouse dance on
cotton when Mr. Hall walked
into a room. To say that
.everyone held their breath is a
vast, understatement.
Mr. Hall loved the bad boys!
Why, my goodness, we were
his reason for coming to work
each morning. A trip to Mr.
Hall's office was like the
prisoner's walk to the.electric
chair. The gravity of the
situation was about the same,
too. Some of us have even
cried during that journey.
Others, unable to bear the
confrontation, fled in terror.
He could look at you and
make you wish you had never
been born. He had a funny way
of twitching his keys in his
hand and staring at you that
would make your blood run
cold and your heart beat fast.


kend Rains Qualifies Strawberry Crop for A Disast


ment agriculture loan in the first place. ,
There is no danger that the Farmer's
Home Administration will come in and
repossess me and put my place up ,on
the auction block, like they are doing


on. The foreign country gets a bigger
loan when they get where they can't
pay.
Meanwhile us poor old peons who
are neither a foreign country nor an
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ETAQIN SHRDLU
1 By:Wi


" with so many farms these 'days.
-I don't know how a fellow without a
penny, walks into the government loan
office and gets a loan of half a million
dollars on $100,000 worth' of potential
assets. Nobody else except foreign
countries can get that kind of financial
treatment from 'the .Government.-
The main difference between a
low-cost agricultural loan and a loan to
a foreign country is that the low-cost
loan has a chance of being foreclosed


their crops.
I want you to know that I don't envy
the farmer his borrowing power from
the federal government. My experience
with agriculture which resulted in my


esley R. Ramsey.


agricultural specialist ,-must root
around and try to come up with enough
collateral for "the bank to take, sell and
get their money back if we don't pay up
as agreed.
SINCE MY LOANS fall in this last
category, it's easy to see why '-have
been wanting one of those crop disaster
loans - that's the loans made at lo%-
interest for long terms to farmers who
have some sort of a calamity befall


qualifying for a crop disaster loan this
past week, erased, any. asperations I
may have ever had to become a farmer
and get that easy credit available to
me.,
When I walk in the bank, I still have
to pay the high interest if I can
guarantee the bank enough collateral to
insure they won't lose any money if I
can't or don't pay. As distasteful as this
situation is, I think I'll keep it that way
if it means I have to become a farmer


and depend on the fickleness of nature
to make my way in the world and have
a free hand with the bank's assets.'
After last week, I really saw how
tenuous that low-cost agricultural loan
is. It only reinforced my.surprise that
farmer's are able to get some of the
loans they get.
Just the other day, I read where the
Federal government foreclosed on a
farmer who had a $400,000 loan on a 20
acre , spread. That's pretty hefty
borrowing.. . and a pretty good hunk to
be having to make payments- on each
and every month.

I DON'T THINK I'll have any
trouble repaying my low interest crop
disaster loan - if I can get it approved
in the first place.
Since my crop was a sideline and its
loss not my sole means of support down
the drain, being able to get a crop
disaster government loan is not all that
necessary with me.
I had the crop loss. I will have to
replant. I will lose all revenue or
benefits from that crop this year; and
all because it rained too much in too


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.


Mr. Hall was serious as a
heart attack and we all knew
it.
I visited Mr. Hall about
eight years before he died. It
was a pleasant visit, in his
office, and lasted no longer
than fifteen minutes. During
that few minutes, though, I
began to get that old feeling
that I was just a step away
from serious trouble. Frankly,
I felt relieved when I walked
out of his office and my rear
wasn't burning. It just wasn't
like the old days!
Here's to Mr. J. E. "Bud"
Hall! He probably saved more
boys from prison than any one
man in the state of Florida.
Mr. Hall made us "Walk the
Line" and like it! Mr. Hall was
one "Heck-of-a-Man" and we
will miss him.
Our education system could
use more people like Mr. Hall.


er Loan
short a while.
Better than half the field affected
was a total loss from the rains. Since
the crop was just forming, I might get
some second growth, but the original,
grade "A" stuff is a loss.
I found out about my bad fortune
Friday morning when I went out to get
the paper to read while I ate brfekfast.
I was looking for the paper and, Jo
and behold, I looked down and there it
was in all its mushiness.
My strawberry crop was decimated
by half. About half of Frenchie's front
yard flower bed is covered with
strawberries and the crop was a mess.
It was covered with water. The berries
were rotting on the vine. -
I picked the whole crop before I
went back in the house and put them on
the sink drainboard to see if I could
salvage any of it.
After a close scrutinization,
concluded that I had a fifty percent
loss. That ought to qualify me for nmy
crop disaster loan.
The count was accurate, too - nota
guess. There was one good one and one
rotten one.


Mar.24
Mar. 25
Mar.26
Mar. 27
Mar. 28
Mar.29
Mar. 30
Mar. 31


High Ht. Low t.
1943 1.5 526 .-4
2067 1.4 622 -.3
2211 1.2 708 1tl
2341 1.0 744 .-1
1231 .5 728 :3
1717
130 .8 615
1152 .8 1946 2
1209 1.0 2139 -
1248 1.2 2300 -.1


A MAN'S WORLD


Here's to Mr. Hall

SBY SHAD PHANTRY


Ready or Not ... Spring Is Bursting Out All Over


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 24, 1983


PAGE THREE


Beaches Area will be Blitzed


Sunday by Beach Baptist Chapel

On March 26 through April3 -
"., Beach Baptist Chapel is pre- T
paring to launch a Pastor-led ,..
Sunday School Enlargement "
Campaign, an emphasis of the
Florida Baptist Convention,
.-8.5 by '85, designed to reach
more people for Bible Study. A
consultant will be present on
Sunday and Tuesday nights.'
:. He will bring encouragement
., and help in reaching people
for His church.
The main emphasis for this J.
S :*weekend is the enrollment
"Blitz" on Sunday afternoon,
.,an effort to visit as many
homes on the Beaches as
possible to invite the family -
;, members to join in Bible
SStudy.
SCommunity support of this
campaign through prayer will
be appreciated.


Health Dept.

.Building Will Be

Closed TWO Days
'The Gulf County Health
Department will be closed to
the Public on Friday, March
25 and Thursday, March 31.,


"BELIEVERS" CHOIR-Front from left : Bouington and Lori Ray.
to, right, Mark Watts, Cathy' Rish, Thad Not pictured are Angela
Barr and Jim Brown. Second ,row, Marty Janine Pierce.
Perry, Lisa Ray and Julie Allen. Top, Mitch :


Youth Choirs to Presei


Special
The Believers '83 and the
Promise Choir of the First
United Methodist .Church will,
be presenting their Easter
musicals at the Pentecostal
Holiness Church March 27 at
7:00 p.m. and the First United
Methodist Church April 3, at
,6:00 p.m.
The Believers will be pre-
senting "That Day at Cal-
vary", a musical about the
victory Christ wont when He
willingly gave His life at
Calvary. It also stages the
events that lead to what
seemingly was His ultimate
defeat. As it turned out, it was
part of the Master plan of God
which brought in the age of
grace to those, who believed in
His Son and accepted. the


Gal.:5:2223 HIGHLAND VIEW


i M'/ CHURCH OF GOD
E TEMPERANCE "Where Jesus Christ Is King
up = & God's Love Is An
. I L 'Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAY SCHOOL , .. 10:00A.M.
GOODNESS MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00A.M.A
EVENING WORSHIP . .. 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING . 7:00 P M. .
FAITH
SPastor -Ira J. Nichols




The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

2001 GARRISON AVE. --.PORT ST. JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 7:00P.M.
': WEDNESDAY NIGHT .................... 7:00P.M.






Sur-Way Electric

411 Reid Avenue


Commercial, Residential

Remodeling and

Service Work

CHARLES SOWELL

26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded

Call Shorty at

229-6798


Easter Music


provision that was made for
them. This beautiful musical
is enhanced by ' narration,
character dramatization, and
special effects.
"His Fleece Was White As
Snow" is the musical drama
presented by the Promise
Choir. In this drama, the
Easter story is told from the
animals point of view who
witnessed God's plan of sacri-
fice, redemption,, and love.,
The animals are portrayed by
the puppet ministry which is
an effective method of intro-
ducing biblical principles in a
manner which children of all

S . - .


ages can understai
the snowy white lan
as the Passover Sa
the young donkey
carry Christ into J.
on Palm Sunday, a
rooster who crow
times at the trial of
Easter story unfolds
ing the message of sa
such a way that al
may grasp it.'
The public is cor
vited to attend and
this Easter experie
the choirs. You wil
mark your calendars
these performances.


"PROMISE" CHOIR-Bottom; left to right: Leah Ray,
Wendy Groos and Angel Barr. Standing, Dana Swatts, Lisa
Atkins, Vivian Miller, Shelly Campbell and Maria Perry. Not
pictured are Holly Lyons, Jason Spikes, Pam Bowen and Jeff
Little. -Star photo


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Gulf County Schools Teaching


CPR Techniques to Students


Statistics reveal that in the
United States 650,000 people
die from heart attack each
year- 350,000 of these die,
outside the hospital. In the
face of these alarming statis-
tics, Superintendent Walter
Wilder has directed the imple-
mentation of a CPR training
program for high school stu-
dents at both Wewahitchka
High School and Port St. Joe
High School. The program


began in the summer of 1981
when four teachers from the
Gulf County School System
successfully completed the
instructors course necessary
to provide training in CPR.
Sharon Gaskin, Tweeta Gas-
kin, Gary Speights and Bar-
bara Eells successfully com-
pleted the course and are
presently implementing this
CPR program in the Gulf
County School District.


Need Number


for Summer Job


Young people in the North
Florida area who are planning,
to apply, soon for their first
summer job and who do not
- . have a Social Security number
should remember to apply for
.,. :i'~ a number at least two weeks
Al before they will need it, Ann
R. ,R. Kinard, Social, Security
field representative for Gulf
County, said recently.
Most employers will not
accept applications from peo-
ple who do not have a Social
Security number, so it is a
iikes and good idea to get a number
tar photo before looking for a job."
StarpoTo 0 get a Social Security
number., a person must pro-
vide proof of date of birth;
identity, and U.S. citizenship
or immigrant status. :People
18 or over must apply .in
person.
The best proof- of.date of
birth and .citizenship is a
public or hospital birth record
nd. From recorded before age five.:
nb chosen Foreign born applicants
crifice, to should provide their immigra-
chosen to tion or naturalization docu-
Jerusalem ments as well.
nd to the Identity can be established
ed three- by such records as driver's
Jesus; the license, State identity card,,
s present- voter's registration, school
ilvation in record, school ID, report card,
I children marriage record, work badge
or building pass, labor or
'dially in"-v fraternal organization record,
share in draft card or military ID, U.S.
ence with passport, newspaper birth an-
I want to nouncement, adoption record,
Sto attend court order for change of
.i name, church membership or
confirmation record, welfare'
case. record, medical or hos-
k pital record, vaccination certi-
ficate, insurance policy, day
care or nursery school record,
Boy or Girl Scout member-
ship, or any other document'
showing identifying data such


as physical description, photo-
graph, or signature.
Applications for - a Social
Security number can be ob.,
trained at the Panama City
Social Security office, located
at 30 West Government Street.
The telephone * number is
769-4871. The people there will
be glad to answer any ques-,
tions about Social Security.

Gospel Concert

At White City
White City Assembly of God
Church will be sponsoring a
Gospel Sing on March 27 at
2:00 P.M., EST.
Featured will be the South-
land Boys from Bonifay.
Free to all, dinner on the
grounds will be held preceding
the sing. Rev. Charles E.
Jackson, Jr., extends a cordial
invitation to everyone to at-
tend.


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


The course being taught at
the high schools is an eight
hour course and is being
taught in conjunction with
regular physical education
classes. Students successfully
completing the course earn a
basic life rescue certificate for
a two year period. To insure
that each student gets the
proper training, the course is
limited to only six students per
instructor.
With the full support of
Principals, Edwin. Williams
and Clayton Wooten, the pro-
gram is now in full operation.
Since May of 1982 to the
present, 175 students and 15
adults have been certified for


a two 'year period at Port St.
Joe High School. At Wewa-
hitchka High School 15 have
already gone re-certification
and beginning this spring the
CPR student training pro-
gram is in full operation.
Superintendent Wilder points
out that the successful opera-
tion of this program could only
have been achieved through
the cooperative efforts of the
American Heart Association,
the March of Dimes Founda-
tion, the local volunteer ambu-
lance squad, the safety de-
partment of St. Joe Paper
Company, and the willing and
voluntary participation of the
high school instructional staff
mentioned above.


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Port St. Joe


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Telephone
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Nights and
'ifter 5 p.m.
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Apalachicola River One


fNatio

* The Saint Joseph Bay Chap-
:; J .Daughters of The Ameri-
: cah Revolution held their
y regular meeting March 16th,
. at the Garden Center with
' Mrs. William Dye, Vice Re-
gent presiding in the absence
S of the Regent Mrs. Ralph
,Swatts. Mrs. Swatts, Mrs.
. Paul Fensom, and Mrs. Paul
Kunel are attending the Flori-
da State 'Society DAR in
0 Jacksonville.
. The DAR ritual was led by
S Mrs. Dye, Mrs. Tomlinson and
. Mrs. George Suber.
2 The program, on Conserva-
s tion, was given by District
' Forester, Mr. Jerry Brooks
r from Panama City. Mr.
SBrooks, a graduate of Forest
Management from Southern
Illinois University, has been in
. Florida for nine years. He is
: responsible for Bay, Gulf,
Franklin, Calhoun and Liberty
Counties. Mr. Brooks has 67
; employees whose main func-
. Hon is fire control and protec-
,tion. They also service private
Si'lad owners with manage-
' - t f . nids- and
Gulf and Franklin Counties
are responsible for the lower
Apalachicola River. This be-
-gins at Willis Landing and
takes in Bloody Bluff, remem-
f bered for the bloody battle
S -between the Indians and white
settlers of that area. The
r cnietery is still there. Any
S ld action is controlled by the
A btrida Archives, History and
Record Management Depart-
ifimnt.
The Apalachicola is one of
the most pristine and unspoil-
".d rivers in the United States.
-It comes under environ-
. mentally endangered lands. It
s used for camping and
i. fishing. The high quality cy-
5press has been a major
S -attraction for this area. Tim-
,',er thieves are prevalent
d. duringg the high water season.
Some cypress are too heavy to
'.loat and deadheads are nu-
minerous in these waters. The
dense marsh is the best
' altering system from waters


n 's Purest Rivers


that flow from wet lands to the
Apalachicola. Raised bee api-
aries are prevalent along the
river Banks, high enough to
prevent high water damage
and prowling bear.
White Heron, ducks, deer,
Eastern turkey, alligator,
snapping turtles, diamond
back rattlers, and cotton
mouth are numerous. The
beaver build dams to maintain
water which would otherwise
dry up. This wilderness is so
dense, wild and untamed that
hunters have "a heck of a time
stalking their prey". The


foresters backburn this area
there by stimulating growth of
trees and shrubs, and it is the
best program for preserving
wildlife. This Forestry Service
serves as an in between for the
radical environmentalists and
the ones who would destroy for
private property and gain. We
appreciate this department
and wish them succession their
endeavors.
After a short discussion by
Mrs. Benny Roberts on Na-
tional Defense and a brief,
business session, Mrs. Dye
adjourned the meeting.


Kimberli Rose Blaschum


To Wed


Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jo-
seph Blaschum of Port St. Joe
are proud to announce the
engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Kimberli Rose to 'Michael
Lindsey Etheridge, son of Mr.,
and Mrs. W. F. Etheridge of
Port St. Joe.
Kimn is a 1980 graduate of
Fairhope High School in Fair-
hope, Alabama. She is pre-
sently employed at St. Joe
Container Company.


JERRY BROOKS
r District Forester















KAYCE LYNN "KN(
Kayce Knox


hFour
Kayce Lynn Knox cele-
A--ated her fourth birthday
ith a Big Bird Party on
Saturday, March 19th at her
' ome. Those helping celebrate
:iere Bucky and Michael
. turkett, Joanna Cutler, Brad
n ox, Krystal Tharpe, Chris,
innd Wayne Summers, and
lAbbie and Brian Ethridge of
:.Abeville, Alabama, friends
.a*d relatives.
: rKayce is the daughter of Mr.
pd Mrs. Gregg Knox and the
. granddaughter of Mr. and
MSrs. Tom Knox of Port St.
We, and Mrs. Horace McCoy
Abbeville, Alabama.


Wins $50
,.Mark Wester was the win-
agbr of the $50 gift certificate
S..nated by Rich's IGA for
%, oceries recently given away
-i * Cruise Club '84. ,
�Z7-' e Club wishes to express
r Ir thanks to Rich's IGA for
this donation.


Mike is a 1976 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School, and
is employed by Sylvachem
Corporation.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, June 4, at 6:30
p'i.m. t Oak Grove Assembly
of God Church. A reception
will follow immediately after
the ceremony at St. Joseph
Bay Country Club. Local
invitations are not being sent,
but all friends and relatives
are invited to attend.


All New Spring



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Merchandi se





50 Excluding

Excluding


Bathing Suits.


30% off


Help Us Clean Out Our
Winter Merchandise

75% off


Beauty &

Fashion Boutique


Presented at Long Ave.


The Long Avenue Baptist
Church will present a "Living
Cross" this Sunday and Mon-
day evening, March 27 and 28,
at 7:00 P.M. The Living Cross
will consist of over thirty choir
members from the church's
Praise Choir arranged on an
elevated stage structure in the
shape of a cross. The choir w ill
. sing the musical, "The Crim-
son Bridge" with narration by
the Pastor, Dr. Daniel Dun-
can.
The presentation will be in
the church auditorium at the
intersection of Long Avenue
and 16th Street.
Special lighting effects,
beautiful music, and a strong
message of God's love for all,
will make this an evening of
worship to remember. Admis-
sion is free and everyone is
invited to attend one or both of
the services.
The choir will be under the
direction of Mark Donnell,
Minister of Music and Youth
for Long Avenue Church.

County School
MENUS


Monday, March 28
Fish with tartar sauce, cole
slaw, fruit cup, baked beans,
hush puppies, and milk.
Tuesday, March 29
Beef-a-roni, orange juice,
green beans, buttered rolls,
and milk.
Wednesday, March 30
Chicken and rice, turnips,
sliced peaches, buttered corn-
bread, and milk.
Thursday, March 31
Meat and cheese sandwich,
buttered corn, applesauce,
and milk.
" Friday, April I
NO LUNCH SERVED
EARLY DISMISSAL

Revival at H. V.
Church of God
The Highland View Church
of God will be in Revival
starting March 29 'through
April 1. They will meet nightly
at 7:00,,except Tuesday. .
The'Corbin Family of'Chip-
ley will be singing and preach-
ing for these special services.


Clean your blender instant-
ly. . .fill part way with
hot water and add a drop
of detergent. Cover and
turn on for a few sec-
onds. Rinse and drain dry.
� -' ' " : -


Mrs. Doris Presley, Tampa
announces the engagement of
her daughter, Susan Joan
Presley, to David Bruce May,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. David
May of Port St. Joe. The
bride-elect is also the daugh-
ter 'of the late Dr. George
Donald Presley.
Miss Presley is a graduate,
of the University of Florida
where she was a member of
Delta Delta 'Delta Sorority.
She received her' Masters
Degree from Auburn Univer-
sity. Miss Presley presently
resides in Gainesville, where
she works as a speech-langu-
age pathologist.


Mr. May was graduated
from the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill. He
received his Juris Doctoi
Degree from the University of
Florida College of Law, Gain-
esville, and is presently em-
ployed as a research aide for
'Justice James C. Adkins, of
the Supreme Court of Florida.
The wedding is planned for
4:00 P.M. EST June 11.at St.
Andrew's Episcopal Church of
Tampa. A reception will be,
held following: the wedding at'
The University Club, Tampa.
All relatives and friends are
invited.


A.F.B. and is stati
D-3 Cape San Bla
The wedding wil
March 25, and a re
follow at the Ray'
All friends and r
invited.

Charles A

ShoafArr
Mr. and Mrs. Stu
Port St. Joe have
the birth of their
Charles Aridrew S]
20, weighing 8 lbs
Andy is the grand
and Mrs. Cecil Cos
Mr. and Mrs.
Shoafl: Great gi
are Mr. and Mrs.
Sr., all of Port St
He was welcome
his three year c
Jason.


leading U.S. government po-
licy-makers in Washington,
D.C.


Attending a Presidential
Classroom for Young Ameri-
cans in Washington, D.C.
March 12-19 was Cassandra
Louise Thomas of Port St. Joe
High School.
A Presidential Classroom
for Young Americans is a
unique program for high scho-
ol juniors and seniors. The'
seminars conducted during
the week-long session bring a
cross-section of outstanding
student leaders together with

Vows to Unite

Williams, Ray
Hughey Williams and Mrs.
Eleanor Williams would like
to announce the approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Cindy, to Don Ray, son of Idell
Ray and the late L.P. Ray of
Port St. Joe.
Cindy is employed by St.
Joseph Telephone and Tele-
graph Company. Don is em-
ployed with RCA of Eglin


MURDOCK - KRINER


To Wed


oned at Site Mr. and Mrs. Waring E.
s. Murdock of Port St. Joe have
11 take place announced the engagement
reception will and approaching marriage of
s residence, their daughter Cynthia Arlene
relatives are Murdock, to Todd Norman
Kriner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman L. Kriner of Tallahas-
fflemi t,. .
iidre . The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Port St. Joe High
ives School. She attended Gulf
Coast Community College and
uart Shoaf of is presently employed by Sun
announced Federal Savings and Loan
new baby, Association in Tallahassee.
hoaf, March Her fiance graduated from
. 3 ozs. Amos P. Godby High School in
idson of Mr. Tallahassee. He attended
stin, Jr. and Lake City Community College
Charles C. and is presently attending
grandparents Talahassee Community Col-
Cecil Costin, lege for an Associate of.
. Joe. Science in Park Management.
ed home by The 'wedding is planned for,
Ald brother, May 21 at 2:00 PM at the First
Baptist Church in Port St. Joe.


Moe s







The Barbizon School of

SModeling is searching for
new faces for their School

and Agency. A limited *

o number of scholarships

will be available to

women between 18 and , *

30 who possess outstand-


Statives from the Barbizon

S School of Modeling will Barbizon Models

Sbe in Port St. Joe on Tonya & Inga Smith


Sunday, March 27, at the Motel St. Joe )

from 12:00 - 5:00 p.m.

interviewing prospective models.

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TIME, CALL TOLL FREE 1-800-492-6460

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 24, 1983 "Living Cross " to be
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Big Downtown Sidewalk Sale
Saturday, March 26, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Reid Avenue at Third St.
Homemade (from scratch) goodies,
big caladium bulbs, plants and
shrubs. Garden tips from St. Joe
Garden Clubbers. If raining, moved
to Garden Center on 8th st.


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Rev. Bedsole Preaching


Rev. Adolph Bedsole will be
bringing the messages at the
11:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M.
Worship Services Sunday at
the First Baptist Church.
Howard Browning, the Pastor,
will be away in Revival at
Grove Hill, Alabama.
Rev. Bedsole pastored the
Immanuel Baptist Church at
Panama City for many years
prior to his retirement in 1979.
He has held many interim
pastorates since that time
including Parkway Baptist,
Tallahassee; First Baptist,

SGarden club to
, Clean Beaches
Jan Mahler, civic consultant
and litter control chairman for
-_the Sea Oats and Dunes
Garden Club is announcing
ET their annual beach and road-
way clean up to be held
Saturday, March 26.
. Areas to be covered include
Tori Shackleford, nine and his four-year-old sis Stter, Joe Beach, Beacon Hill,
Kendra,. show off some prize rutabagas grown by their interested in helping with this
grandmother, Eartha Shackleford in her garden at 322 worthwhile project, children
Avenue D. The children help their grandmother tend her or adults, is invited to partici-
garden. -Star photo pate.Workerswillmeetat
Rustic Sands Camp Ground at
Auto And 10 a.m., CST..for c ffe and
S Homeownerspe S ng donuts following the pick up..
Insurance
- JEAN MALLORY In Wewa
.639-5322 Wewahitchka
639-52 Rev. Davis. Sizemore, pas-
785.6158 Panama City tor, Wewahitchka Church of
God, invites everyone to at-
tend a Gospel Sing on Satur-
day, March 26th, at 7:00 P.M.
MCST.
Metropolitanreal StandsbyL Featured will be the South-
LIFEHEALnbIAUTLOOMLRIn1EMEN land Boys from Bonifay.


Weahitchka; and most re-
cently, Long Avenue Baptist
of Port St. Joe.
The visiting preacher has
served on various commit-
tees, and held many offices
through the years at the


Peige Trammell
Two Years Old
Paige Marie Trammell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew E. Trammell of Can-
tonment, celebrated her sec-
ond birthday on February 11.
Paige is the granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
.Trammell of Westville, and
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Provenza of
St. Augustine.


Associaitional, State, and Sou-
thern Baptist Convention le-
vels. He has authored several
books including the very suc-
cessful "Pastors Profile." His
writing also includes frequent
contribution of articles to
various periodical within the
Southern Baptist Convention.
Everyone is invited to at-
tend. A modern nursery is
provided for all services at
First Baptist Church.

Toll Free Line
For Forest Use.
The Panama City District of
Florida Division of Forestry is
now providing a toll free line
for forest fire related activi-
ties for the residents of
Calhoun, Gulf, Liberty, and
Franklin Counties. By calling
1-800-342-1673, residents wish-
ing to report wildfires, attain
burning permits, or report
woods, arsonists may do so
without having to go through
local towers.
By providing a direct infor-
mation line to the district
headquarters in Panama City,
the Division of Forestry hopes
to upgrade its service to the
public overall.


.JeremyArd Celebrates Sixth
Birthday with Party At Home


Jeremy Ard celebrated his
sixth birthday March 8th. He
was given a party on March
10th at his home. Helping
Jeremy celebrate were some


The "Harmony Singers" of Biloxi, Oak Grove Assembly of God Church Sunday
Mississippi, will be singing in concert at the 'afternoon, beginning at 2:30 p.m.


Oak Grove Assembly


Observing Homecoming
Oak Grove Assembly of God church will a.m., District Superintentend Robert Gatlin
be observing its homecoming Sunday with will be the guest speaker at the morning
special activities during the Sunday School, worship hour, beginning at 11:00 a.m. Lunch
worship services, dinner at the church and an will be served in the fellowship hall at 12:30.
afternoon of special activities. During the afternoon, the dedication
Pastor, David Fernandez, said the church service for the remodeled facilities will begin
offers an invitation to everyone to come help at 2:00 p.m. Following the dedication, the
the church mark another year of service to "Harmony Singers" of Biloxi, Mississippi will
the community and dedicate their newly appear in concert.
redecorated auditorium. The church is located on Madison Street
After Sunday school, which begins at 9:45 in Oak Grove.


relatives, and ten of his
friends.
Jeremy's grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Posey.
He is the son of Donna Ard.


Private Scott Completes

Marine Recruit Training


Marine Pvt. Charles M.
Scott Jr., son of Charles M.
Scott Sr. of Wewahitchka, has
completed recruit training at
the Marine Corps Recruit
Depot, Parris Island, S.C.
During the 11-week training
cycle, he learned the basics of
battlefield survival. He was
introduced to the typical daily
routine that he will experience
during his enlistment and
studied the personal and pro-
fessional standards tradi-
tionally exhibited by Marines.


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He participated in an active
physical conditioning pro-
gram and gained proficiency
in a variety of military skills,
including first aid, rifle
marksmanship and close or-
der drill. Teamwork and self-
discipline were emphasized
throughout the training cycle.
On April 12, 1776, North
;Carolina ,became the first
colony to instruct its delegates
: to vote for independence in
the Continental Congress.


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A number of changes affecting
hunters next fall were approved in
: principle at a March 4 meeting of the
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis-
sion in Tallahassee.
"The 1983-84 archery season, in
Northwest Florida will open October 15,
almost one month later than previous
openings for bowhunters," said Lt. Stan
- JKirkland Education Officer Supervisor
f~r the� Commission's Panama City
. office.
SKirkland said information collected
: ':'by Commission biologists indicates the
-" eight of the deer fawning season
locally is August and September.
The archery season will open later to
allow fawns a better chance of survival.
S ;;Bth does and bucks are legal during
the archery season.
S In other action, Kirkland said squir-
rel and quail hunting will be allowed;















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NOTICE OF VARIANCE Clerk's O
Notice is hereby green that the City SI. JoeF
Commission of e City of Port Sr Joe, CITY'OF P
a. il consider a valance to the By
S8. B.ock 121. City o Port S Joe.















Within 9 teat of the property line Absenl
The Cily will consider said variance at lion to b
.. ar meeting on April5.1983at quested

All ifilerested parties are invited to alt purview
tend ana be heard eleclor A
CITY OF PORT ST JOE. delivered
Ip.. A. Farris. soon as
City AudiioriClerk 212i17 following
S - Deadli..
NOTICE may be
Perions wishing to tile as candidates 1983 Cor
; Persons wishing to 1dle as candidates 1983 Co,


In the City of Port St. Joe election to be
healo May 10. 1983. for the following of-
Iices. must do so on or oelore April 20.
1983.
Mayor-Commissioner
Commissioner, Group I
Commissioner. Group II
Forms for tiling are available in the City


COnkv,2

7-T Til


be receive
700 PM
Regular I
May 24,
lion
CITY OF
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PAGE SIX.


Grand Isle 3 bdrm. I ba . heal pump
550.000
*.26tn St 2 barm. 1 ba block house.
.542,500.
*"1829 Hwy -98 Beachlronl. 3 bdrm. 2
ba nouse 1720 sq 11. S 125000.
Circle Dr.. beachside. 3 barm . 2 ba
only 3 yrs old. only 585,000.
3rd SI - Trailer and lot. 2 barm. 1 ba
only $26.000 ____
Arizona Ave. 3 Ddrm., 2 be only 2 yrs
old. S78.000. ____
Beach Iront. 2 bdrm.. 2'., Da newlyl
$82.000
Beach Ironl. 2 bdrm 2'. be (new)
$125000 _____
End of 5in St. large lot & mobile
pome. 2 bdrm. 2 oa. and expand w
Sg. garage. $32,500
.Georgia Ave - 2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer &
.-lor, ig. screen porch & 3 outside
building s. $29,000.
30th St. and Hwy. 98, 2 bdrm., 1 ba.,
'.close.to beach, $58,000.
42nd St., duplex, 2 bdrm, 1 V, ba. each
' ite, $125,000.
-iicle Dr duplex 2 bdrm, 1 ba. each
-.ide, 589.500
2Ath St S Hwy. 98 -duplex., 2 bdrm, 1
bae each side, $55,000 - $10,000
"down.
23rd & 24th St. - 3 bdrm., 2 ba. house
-can be made Into a duplex, $68,000.
,..27hn St 3' bdrmn.; 2 bath, reduced,
-;48,000
11 ln St. & Hwy. 98 - TrIplex$150,000
with good owner financing.
�H Sli -1 bdrm., 1 be., $37,000.
29tn St. & Hwy. Duplex, 2 bdrm, 1 ba.
each side. 20% down, $49,000. Owner
' financingg . . .
'291nh St & Hwy. Duplex, 1 bdrm., 1 be.
,each side, 20% down, $38,500. Owner
'fi'rlancing. _____
Grand Isle - 3 bdrm., 1 ba. brick home
.,rr'2 lots w I bed apt. as added in-
* rome. $80.000.
28th St., 2 bdrm. 1 be. $39,500,


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 24, 1983


beginning November 12 followed by.
three days of muzzleloading hunting for
deer November 18-20.
He said the region's regular deer
season would begin -November 24,
Thanksgiving Day, and close January
29.
Hunters will again have one day of
either sex deer hunting. November 26
was designated by the Commission as
the day hunters can kill -an antlerless
deer on private lands throughout the
state.
Northwest Florida will also have a
repeat of its fall turkey season
November 12-January 8 on private
lands and a shortened season on two
wildlife management areas.
The Robert Brent W.M.A. in Liberty
and Gadsden Counties and Apalachi-
cola W.M.A. in Leon and Liberty
Counties will be open November


34th St. close to beach 4 bdrm., 2 ba:e.
$ 10 4 ,00 0 . . �
39th St. close I0 beach. 4 bdr-n .2 Da
$104,000. _____
42nd S1. 2 borm . I be brick $58,500.
Circle Dr., 2 houses, 3 bdrm., 2 bae.
each $79,000.00 ea. -
42nd St. Townhouses close to beach,
*2 bdrm.. 2V/ ba. $79,500. Owner fin.
4istSI Townhouses,2bdrm. I1'/ ba.
$49,000 pre-consi price - $59,000
alter const. 2 left.
391n SI 1 barm. ba units. $36900
pre.consirucllon $37.400 on comple-
lion
43rd St. TovslilJL, 1 ba.
$34,900 eaci9

BEACON HILL
3rd St. & 4th Ave. 3 bdrm., 1. ba. on 3
lots. $36,000.
2 bdrm., 2 ba. stucco house w/Gulf
view -$45,000 - Hwy. 98. $10,000 down
owner financing.
Hwy. 98,3 bdrm., 1 ba., plus a duplex
In the back area. $39,500.
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, -
Canal St., 3 bdrm., 2 ba. house right
on .Intracoastal Canal, $31,500.00
with 7% mortgage.
N. Can dm., house on
41/, ac t 30Ojr financ-
ing. (C asM
HOWARD CREEK
2 lots, 2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer, $8,700.00.
Squirrel Ave., 1 acre, 2 bdrm:, 1 ba.
mobile home, 3 wells, $23,500.00.
Deer Ave., 1Ig. 7 bdrm;, 2 be:
$38,000.00. Owner financing.


24-December 11 to either sex wild
turkey hunting. .
The Commission also passed in
principle a regulation prohibiting hunt-,
ing from any federal, state or county-
maintained road or their rights-of-way,
paved or otherwise, after July 1, *1983.
Kirkland said the Commission took
this action in response to a growing
number of complaints concerning per-
sons hunting on highways and county.
roads near homes and the threat to the'
public's welfare.
He said the Commission is concerned
about the hunter's image and .resent-
ment building where this activity
occurs,
The Commission will meet in Talla-
hassee May 13 to officially adopt
hunting and fishing regulations for the
1983-84 season.


Pre-Natal and:



Well Baby Clinics

Dr. Herbert I. Garfield, M.D., Medical Executive
Director of the Gulf County Health Department is shown in
these pictures performing some of the tasks now done in the
Health Department's new pre natal clinic and well baby
clinic at the Health Department buildings.
In the photo at left. Dr. Garfield is shown examining Mrs.
Deborah Parker in the pre natal clinic. In the photo at right,
Dr. Garfield examines Ike Gay in the well baby clinic.
The clinics are held the third Friday of each month from
8:30 to 11:30 a.m., in the Port St. Joe clinic and from 12:30 to
4:00 p.m. at the Wewahitchka clinic. Those wishing to use the
facilities should call the Health Department buildings for
.appointments.


Gulf Student Wins


Award At Science Fair


Mark Steven Driver, a ninth
grader at Holmes County
High, and Mark Stults, an
eighth grader at Rosenwald
Junior High, took the grand
prize awards in senior and,
junior competition, respec-
tively, in the 22nd annual
Three Rivers Science and
Engineering Fair and Talent
Search at the Naval Coastal
Systems Center last week.,

Driver will represent the


Three Rivers region of Bay,
Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jack-
son and Washington counties
in the International Science
Fair at Albuquerque, N.M.,
May 8-14. His award-winning
project in environmental sci-
ences also won him a $100
check, plaque, and medal.
Wewahitchka Elementary
school student Aimee Lister,
sixth grade, was the winner of
a certificate from the Ameri-
can Meterology Society.


- Public Notices - -


office. Municipal Building. PortV
lorida. , ,
PORT ST JOE,'
A. Farris, Cily AuollorlCleirk
513117
NOTICE
lee Ballots lor the Regular Elec.
e held May 10. 1983, may be re-
in person, by mail or by
� at the City Clerk's Ollice, Port
Floridoa, if you come within the
of: the definition of an "absent
Absentee Ballots will be mailed,
or may be voted In person as
Ballots are printed immediately
g Candidate Qualification
which is April 20, 1983 II there
Oil Election. Absentee Ballots
requested beginning May 11.
mplelea Absentee Ballots must
ed in the City Clerk's Office by
ED T. May 10. 1983. lor me
Election ana by 7,00 P M, E D T.
1983 it tnere is a Run-Oil Elec

PORT ST jOE,
A FARRIS. City AudllorlClerk
91 3/17


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 * P. 0. BOX 1332
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTATE SALES * BEACH RENTALS


* NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
governing boara of the Dead Lakes Water
Management Distrlicl shall meet at the
County Commissioners Meeting Room
Caihoun County Courtnouse, Blounls.
town, Florida, at 6 30 p m. Central Time.
on the 31st day of March, 1983, 'lor the
purpose of considering all mailers per-
taining to the Dea Lakes Dam
DATED THIS 21st day of March, 1983.
HONORABLE WILLIAM LINTON, Chair-
man; Dead Lakes Water Managemenl
District
Isi William Lnion 13124


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT
Notice Is hereby.given that pursuant to
Cnapter 373. Florida Slalules, the foilow
ing application for a waler use permit hae
been receive Oy the Northwest Florioa
Water Management Districl
Application No S000419 riled 3171i83
Port St Joe Public Water Supply Syslerr..
City of Port St. Joe, P. 0. Drawer A, Port
St. Joe, Florida 32456 Applicant is re-


648-5011 Sales


S648-5716 Rentals
* After Hours:
648-8977 or 648-8939


ST. JOE BEACH
BEACHFRONT
Gulf Aire townhouses, 2 bdrm., 2'/
ba., $76,580.00.
Townhouse, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. (Santa An-
na St.), $107,000.00.
NOT BEACHFRONT
Fla. Ave. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. on i3 g. ts, 1
has ex. septic & water, $52,900.00 -
'$32,000.00 nitg. at 9% assumable.
DeSota St., 2 bdrm.,; 1 ba. on 2 lots on-
ly $43,000.00.'Owner financing. ,
Pineda S5 2, lots
only S422 rI u ',


OAK GROVE
311 Duval, $35,000.00. 3 bdmrn., 2.ba.


PORT ST. JOE
LOTS: 2 lots at Palm Blvd. & 18th St.,
$17,500. ______ .
522,6th St., 3 bdrm., 1 ba. $39,900.
"104 Yaupoh, 3 bdrm., 2 be., brick, ap-
prox. 7 yrs. old, $65,000.00.
106 Mimosa, brick, 4 yrs. old, 3 bdrm.,
2"ba., den, $65,000.00 9'/2% mrtg. of
$42,000.00. ____
1610 Long Ave., 4 bdrm., 1 ba. Reduc-
ed.
515 8th St., 3 bdrm.,,1 ba. $25,000.00.
619 Marvin Ave., 3 bdrm., 1%/ be..
$33,400.00.
706 Woodward, 4 bdrm., 2 ba.,
$27,500.00.
. Long Ave., Duplex, 2/d bdrm., 1 ba.
$45,000.00. _____
Very Exclusive house, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
brick 5. yrs old. $69,000.00.
1912 Juniper Ave., 3 bdrm., 1% ba.,
$39,900.00.-


questing an average withdrawal ol
867.000 gallons of water per day trom an
existing well system for public supply use
at Section 36, Townsnip 7 South, Range
11 West, Gulf County.' , "' '"
Interested persons may comment upon
the application or submit a written re
quasi lor a copy of the stall report con-
taning proposed agency action regard-
ing the application by writing to the
Governing' . Board of the Northwest
Florida Water Management District,
Route 1, Box 3100, Havana, Florida 32333�,
but such comments or requests must De
received by 5:00,o'clock p.m.; on the 7th
day of April, 1983.
No further public notice will be provid-
ed regarding this applicallon. A copy of
nhe stall report must be requested in
order o10 remain advised ol further pro-
ceedings. Substantially atlected persons
are entitled to request an administrative
hearing regarding the proposed agency
action oy submitting a wrillen reauesi
Ineireore after reviewing Ine staff report
I, 3/;24'
STATE OF FLORIDA /
COUNTY OF GULF
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on the
17th cday of March, 1983. pursuaen to a
Writ of Execution issue in Ine County
Court of Gull Counly Florida Case
Number 82-172 In the cause of J H
GLASS, PLAINTIFF, vs. VAN MARAMAN,
DEFENDANT, I, KEN MURPHY. SHERIFF
OF GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA nave leviea
upon the property of the detendant. to.
wit:
One 1979 Ford PicK up Truck. Serial
number F10GNDC5152
On the 20th day of April 1983 at Two
O'Clock (2:00) (EST) In the afternoon or,
the steps of the Gulf County Courthouse,
Port St. Joe, Florida, I will offer for sale
said property for cash to tne highest bid-
der, subject to all prior liens if any. to
satisfy said Writ of Execution.
/s/ KEN MURPHY, SHERIFF
Gulf County, Florida 411 324

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
AVCO FINANCIAL SERVICES OF
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA, INC. a Florida
corporation",
Plaintiff,
vs.
GEORGE J. SHERESH and wife,
ROSSIESHERESH -
Defendants.
Case No. 83/18
. I NOTICE OF SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN!
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to a4
Final Judgment dated the 14th day of
March, 1983, In the above-styled causeeI
Swill sell to the highest and best bidder'ftpr
cash at the front door of the Gulf County
Courthouse In Port St. Joe, Florida., at
11:00 a.m. '(Eastern) on the 4th daiy f:
April, 1983, the following described pro-
perty, in Gulf County, Florida, as set forth
In said Final Judgment, to-wit:
Commence at Northeast Corner of;
Mary L Loftin Lot on the West side ,
of State Highway 71 and thence run
Northwesterly along said Highway
for 175 ft., thence run Soutnwesterly
for 200 ft. which pcint is 122 it. Nor
thwesterly from the Loftin line on the.
South Line of this lot,of land, thence,
run Southwesterly paralleling
highway for 122 ft., thence run Nor-.
theasterly along Loftin Line to the
point of beginning. Said rot o Iland
lying and being in Section 24,
Township 4 South, Range 10 West,
Gulf-County, Florida.
DATED this 14th day of March, 1983.
JERRY GATES,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
By: /sI.Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk . -
S2t31,317


Bike-A-Thon Slated To



Aid Cystic Fibrosis Drive


'83-'84 Hunting Calendar


. Port St. Joe will soon hold a
Bike-A-Thon to benefit child-
ren with cystic fibrosis, ac-
cording to Mrs. Donna Har-
cus, chairman for this year's
event.
"The Bike-A-Thon will in-
volve riders of all ages who
acquire sponsors for the num-
ber of miles that they ride
over a prescribed course and
time," said Mrs. Harcus. "It's
both fun for the riders, and a
way to" raise money for
research into cystic fibrosis, a
lung and digestive disease
which attacks children rob-
bing them of breath and life.
The Bike-A-Thon is sche-
duled to be held at the Long
Avenue Extension Road, Port
St. Joe on April 9. It will begin
at 9:00 a.m. and everyone
capable of riding a bike is
welcome to join the fun.
Prizes will be. awarded to
the riders who collect the most
money for cystic fibrosis. In
addition, CF T-shirts will be
given to every rider who turns


$50 Savings Bond donated by
St. Joe Paper Co.; Second
prize, a check for $15.00 from
Sylvachem Corp.; Third prize,
$10.00 worth of gas from the
St. Joe Shell Station; and
Fourth prize, a $5.00 gift
certificate from the Western
Auto Store.


Essex Cable Reports


Illegal TV Hook-Ups

Essex Cable officials say up to a cable system is a
they've received numerous felony, and violators may be
reports of televisions illegally, prosecuted.
connected to the firm's cable Anyone unsure if their cable
TV system locally, service is authorized can call.
Essex Group regional ma- the local Essex Group office to
nager Dave Knoll says efforts find out. Viewers watching
are underway to determine cable service who are un-
which homes are illegally aware their hookup is illegal
attached to the cable viewing will be disconnected, but can
system. Those persons which be re-connected legally upon
are found to be illegally requesting the service, ac-
attached will be disconnected, cording to Knoll.
Knoll says unauthorized hook-



Giant bamboo stalks often
reach a height of 120 feet.


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in at least $25.00.
Sponsor sheets are available
now at Sing Food Store, and
have been distributed out at
all schools, or by calling Mrs.
Donna Harcus at 227-1495.
Prizes for this year's Bike-
A-Thon will be: First prize,


STOKES PLUMBING CO.
State Certified * 14 Years Experience
New Construction * Remodeling
Repair Service
648-8353
3tp 3/24


' Alex, Adam and Aaron Richards
. Ourfamily wouldlUketoexpresspur deepest ap-
preelation to the people of the surrounding areas who -
have helped. us so much following the birthOf our
triplets, Alex, Adam and Aaron on February 10.
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MEXICO BEACH'


JOB NOTICE
Gulf County Mosquito Con-
trol Department will be taking
applications for the following .
positions:
-- Two (2) temporary mos-
quito truck operators work
beginning approximately 4-13-
83, 5 to 7 hours per night,
beginning at 5 p.m., four
nights per week. Chauffeurs
license required.
Applications may be filled
out at the Gulf County Mosqui-
to Control Building, 1001 Tenth
Street, Port St. Joe, Florida.
Applications will be received
through April 7,1983. 2t-3-24

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
Oak Grove Skating Rink has
reopened on Friday and Satur-
day nights from 7 -11 p.m.
2tc 3/17

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. te 11-4


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 24, 1983 PAGE SEVEN


Large 2 bedroom house, on
SIg chain link fenced lot, 1604
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
$31,000. Call 229-8346 after 6
p. m.
4 bdrm. house for sale in
, White City, Ig. yard with small
garden spot. Ideal parking for
mobile home. Partially fur-
nished on Hwy. 71. Phone
IM-IW0 rt.U Q/If.tl


Large 3 bdrm. house with
many nice features on 4 lots on
Searcy 'St. at White City.
Shrubbery, fruit trees and
barn. Call2296065. 4tp 3/10
75'x175' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc 7-15
Mexico Beach Duplex, 1 yr.
'.old. Each apartment has 2
Sbdrm., ha., kitchen,, dr/lr
S combo, carpet, a/c, Lg. lot
A within walking distance of
S . Gulf. Priced to sell at $44,500.
: Call 648-5070 or 648-5621.
... ___"_tf n10-91
S One lot on 7th St., Mexico
" Beach, 100'x158', restricted
' area. Call 648-5494."
S' .... .. 2tc3/17.

Nice 3 bedroom house for
sale at 219 7th St.


I .n A sIR,- -


REALESTTEORENT GARAE SLESSERICE
FO AL_________II


Lot for sale by owner at
Mexico Beach, 1 block off
water, 100'x175'. Fenced, will
finance. Call648-5432. 2t3/17.
2 year old double-wide
trailer with shingle roof &
masonite siding on % acre of.
land located near Chipola
River. 3 bdrm, 2 full baths,
fireplace, cen. air, fully
carpeted, partially furnished.
Asking only $27,500.00. Call
639-5263 or 227-1431. 2tp 3/24
-Outstanding buy: Like new,
spacious 1� year old double
wide, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., great
room, dining room,, utility
rm., energy efficient, includes
power pole, skirting and many
extras. Owner's sacrificing..
equity, and low down pay-
ment, financing available.
Call 904/769-3096, Panama Ci-
ty. 2tc3/24


Furnished home on Mexico
Beach, on large 100'x145' lot,
a/c & ceiling fans, 2 bdrm., 2
"ba., 12'x24'Fla. rm w/wet bar,
sodded yard, all fenced, paved
drive, ex. Ig. 16'x32' block
garage with lights, skylites,
S220 elec., 4 blocks from beach.
$30,000.00. Call 648-8300. ltp
Two lots at Mexico Beach, 4
blocks from beach. -Call
648-5807. tfc 2/24


For Sale by Owner - 1110 Palm Blvd.
Port St. Joe
- . Call 904/968-5464, Pensacola iic93so
S.......... i. ,., I '** s... - H'-Ti' - .. ..' � .... . ... , I


New Listing: 2 bdrm., 1 bath on 112.5'x150' lot with chain
link fence. Double garage & stor. bldg. 1314 Garrison
Ave. Only $29,500.
Large 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 Ig. lot in
good neighborhood. $33,500.00.
REDUCED: 3 bdrm., 1 ba. frame dwelling at 110 Duval St.,
Oak Grove. Only $7,200.00.

HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133 Port St. Joe


Roy Smith, Associate


John Clenney, Associate


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Improved 75'xl50' 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.
tfc 2/17
2 bedroom frame house, in
excel. condition. 1404 Long
Ave. Phone 229-8355. tfc 12-2

HOUSE FOR SALE
1302 Garrison Ave., 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


AUTO
FOR -SAHLEB


1981 Ford Fairmont, 6 cyl., 4
dr., white w rust interior,
power steering, power brakes,
auto trans., am-fm radio.
39,100 miles, $4,500. Call
229-6398. 2tc 3/24
1971 Ford Galaxy, running
condition, $200. Call 229-8891.
ltc3/24
1982 Ford Mustang, 4 spd.,
am-fm stereo, p.s., p.b., a.c.,
3-dr. hatchback, still under
new car warranty, gets excel-
lent gas mileage. Take over
payments. Call 229-6571 after
5:00. ltp3/24
1981 Toyota stepside pickup,
diesel 5-spd., am-fm stereo
cassette, a.c, gets excellent
gas mileage, under new car
warranty. Call648-8928. ltp


1982 Ford Expo, 4-spd., a/c,
p/s, p/b, radio, am/fm tape
deck, 6,200 miles, $6,750.00.
Phone648-5494- . 2tc 3/17





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


'I ERA� PARKER REALTY, Realtor
HIGHWAY 98 & 31st STREET
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA


MEXICO BEACH
New Listing: 4 bdrm., 2 ba., stucco 2'
story house, -on 50'x122' lot, d.w.,
stove, ceiling fans, many extras. Sea
SSt. $69,00000.. .
New Listing: 3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick on
* nice corner lot, Ig. screen porch,
garage, vacuum system, cen. h&a,
Icarpetf & more Fla Ave' & 8th ,St
S68.50000 '
Spanish arcnes aaorr, 1.100 sq It
townhouses 10to be built on 38th SI 2
barm , 1'; ba. all appliances. range.
microwave. lehiig . distwasner.
Washer & Iryei. S69.5 0000
UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW from 2nd
romn beach sile ol cedar and stucco
townhousesWith 1.120sq II of living
area.' Studio & bdrm.,wlith cathedral
ceilings, 1 '/i ba., all appliances. 29th
St $70,000.00.
MOBILE HOME on commercial lot,
across from Chamber of Commerce
on 31st St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba., new
carpeting & roof, .$30,000.00.
Corner ,irginia & Fla. Ave. --New,
modular wlbrick. 3 bdrm.., 2 ba.,
fireplace. screen porch, fence.
75'x112.5 lot 555,00000 Terms .
Tenn. Ave.-3 bdrni., 3 ba., pool,
fireplace, Jenn-aire range & grill,
'many extras. Financing available.
$95,000. m ' ' 3
Corner 6th & Fla. Double-wide 6on 2
lots, 2 yri. old. 3 bdrm., 2 bea. In-
cludes appliances. $55,000. ' '
43rd St. (adjacent to canal). New
cedar, 1 bdrm., 1 be. apts. $34,900.00,
small down pit. $303 mo. 'ac
27th St. Beachfront-3 bdrm., 2 ba.
c.b. construction, Ig. glassed porch.
$105,000.00. ______.
Corner Palm & Azalea St. - 3 bdrm.,
S2 be., brick & stucco, 2 lots. Includes
appliances & stor. house. $65,100.
Gulf Front 37th St. - Cedar Town-
houses. 2 or 3 bdrms., 2/A ba. $7b,500
& $83500. 20% down, balance
121/% interest.- .
Virginia Ave.-2 story, 1 Ig., bdrm.,
screen porch,'downstairs unfinished,
haswiring & plumbing, $45,000. '
: Hwy 386-A-Doubliewlde' mobile
home, 3 bdrrm., 2 be. on 1.05 acres.
Good terms. $49,900.


648-5777 or 1.800-874-5073 (Outside Florida)


7th St.-1981 doublewlde mrnobile .
home.brick loundalion 3odrm.2ba
$50,000 _____
291h SI 31t Hwy 98 - 2 newly con.
sirucled. allied 4 Darm .2 ba. oeacn.
houses Unfurnishead 79000 Fur-,
nished $84,500.
Hwy 386A-2 Dirm. still nouse on
75ax185'"lot Furnished $38000
Arizona Di -Stone & caeaa. 3 Dorm,
2 ba . cathedral ceding skylignis,
lireplace many extras S78.000
Former Ave--2 bdim. Ig screen
porch. fireplace, carpel. storage blag
$37.25000 _____
4th St.-2 bdrm.. 1 ba. on'75'x112'
shaded lot $36 000 Assumable mor-
tgage. '.' ' .
Beachslde ol Hwy on 34th St.
Quaoiapiex each unit has 3'bdrm., 2
ha. ' "
12th St.-2 bdrm., 1 b., cath. ceiling,
Jenn-aire. furnished, $45,000.
Beachside 42nd St.--2 bdr'm., 1 ba.,'
furnished. $58 50000. financing avaii
Beachslde Clicle Di -3 barm 2 D3.
w/glassed porcn. furnished $79 000.
Financing available
Hwy. 98 & 24th St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba.
$68,000. " _ . "
Beachside Circle Dr.-3 bdrm., 2 be.
brick'home, includes all apilancas,
Fireplace, furnished, only 3'yrs. old..
$84,500. Financing available.
fofobile Home-4th St.-nice sun
porch waking distance to beach, lot
is 50'x150 $29,500
Mobile Home-Georgia Ave. on nice
lot; only 2 yrs. old, $22,000.
2 story rm. a. with
great v i 1i each,
owner rce.$ .
Beachside 43rd St.-3-bdrm., 2 ba.
across from canal, ex. store. bldgs.
Sundeck overlooks Gulf. $79,800
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 be. cen.
h/a, carpet, stove, refrig. $20,000 with
assumable loan.


Frances C. Parker, Realtor
Catey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate "


Grand fsle--3 bdrm., 1 ba.. nice brick
house wielliciency apt adomining on
2:nlce lots 79.000.
26th St -3 barm. 2 ba. 2 slorV
house, ioi sze 75'vt00 $52.000 , ,
Beachside 42nd SI Townhouses 2
bdrm., 2 ba. Newly constructed, 3
units $79.000 ea Owner linan avail
16th SI -3 bham 2 ba tiiepiace,
store nou:e 560000
Grand Isle Subd -3 Darm I ba with
grapevines & snade lIeea neal pump
$50.000 _____
Beacnside 39in SI ain lerrific view .
of Gulf, 4 bdrm., 2 ba ailit nouse
$104,000. _____
OVERSTREET
3 bdrm., brick home on 85 acres,
,$50,000. _____ '
New'Listing: 2 bdrmr., 1 ba. on .6
acres, furn., 24' well, deck. Land is
cleared & has 18" regulation culvert
& driveway, $24,000. N. Long St.
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.
WEWAH'ITCHKA
New Listing: 5 acre tract, with mobile
home, includes. nice barn & stor.
bldg., land's prepared for garden.
$24,500. Near Wewahitchka.
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., 1i block from
bay. Fence, barn, fruit trees, $16,000.
WHITE CITY
2 houses and c.b. store. bldg. 1i mile
from Inlracoastal. $64,000.


Orena Miller, Associate
.Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate


' 3 bdrm. trailer for rent. Fur-
nished w 2 full baths & washer.
Central h&a. $45 per week.
Must have deposit and lease
agreement. Call 229-6193.;
, ffc 3/24
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
Mobile homes for rent by the
month. Travel trailers for rent
day, week or month (2 day
minimum). Rustic Sands
Campgrounds, .15th St., Mex-
ico Beach. 648-5229.
tfc 3/17
SKIBREEZE
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
Vae, 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. Rent
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


m YAisc.
FRSALE


Dacor regulator & 72 c.f.
tank for sale. Phone 648-8549.
2tp 3/24


For Sale: CHEAP! 40 chan-
nel Johnson CB radio base'sta-
tion, with power mike. Call
229-6506 after 5:30 p.m.
Hide-a-bed, in good condi-.
tion, $75. Call 227-1873 after
5:00. - tp
White bedroom furniture,-
double dresser with mirror,
chest of drawers, 1 night'
stand. Excellent condition,
$100. Call 227-1678. tfic 3/31,
Large chbst type freezer,
like.new, $200.648-8300. Itp


Three ton Johnson combina-
tion heater and air condi-
tioner, a-1 condition. $200.00.
Call 648-5469. 3tp 3/24
Pleasant dreams with a new
bedroom suite only $149.00
cash. Headboard, dresser &
mirror-chest, just $69.00. Call
227-1515 or 763-5404.
Service bills got you down?
Rent-To-Own is owning with
NO repair bills EVER low as
$10 week. 227-1515 or 763-5404.
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'
26' wooden, shrimp boat, 120
h.p. Volvo 1/, VHF and CB
radios, winch, stainless steel
rigging, $5,250. See at Break-
away Lodge, Apalachicola,
653-8897. 6tp2/24

Copies
Now at

The Star
306 Williams Ave.


Garage Sale: March 25th &
26th, 8 a.m. till 3 p.m. Prom
dresses, clothes, etc. 108
Hunter Circle. ltp 3/24
Garage Sale: Sat., Mar.
26th, at Fiesta Plaza, Hwy. 98
,& 9th St., Mexico Beach, from
S8:00 - 5:00 CST. Multi-family
sale, appliances, clothes, ac-
cessories, shoes. Given by
Alisq Duren, Joy Ailes and
Cindy Holt.
Big downtown Sidewalk
Sale, Sat., March 26th, from 9
am. to 1 p.m. Reid Avenue at
3rd St. Homemade, made
from scratch goodies, big
caladium bulbs, plants and
shrubs, garden tips from St.
Joe Garden Clubbers. If rain-
ing, moved to Garden Center
on 8th St.
Porch Sale, clothes, jeans,
beds, typewriter, books and
misc. items. Sat., March 26, 8
till 4. Corner Hwy. 98 & 8th
St., Mexico Beach. tp




Wanted: Housekeeper, 2
days a week, references re-
quired, good work a must. Call
227-1147 and ask for Pam.


CARPENTRY WORK
Hourly Rates * Free.Estimate
Call Richard Davis
648-5680
Need someone to help with
spring cleaning or regular
domestic employment? Call:
Gloria Bryant 229-8085; Tina
Williams 229-8101; Sarah
Smith 229-6130 or Ida Peterson
229-6130. tfc 3/24

Opening April 2

The Learning
^y Center

Woodward Ave.
Port St. Joe
Phone 229-6303
* Specialized In Pre-School
Training
* Drop-Ins Welcomed
* Hot Meals & Snacks
* Limited Transportation
Available
Glenda Whitfield,
648-8435 or 229-6303


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
tfc 3/10
PAINTING, PAPER HANG-
ING, REPAIRS,
FURNITURE REFINISHING
Work Guaranteed
Call 229-8924


ELECTRICIAN

Specializing In Service Work
and Addition Work


HENRY BROXTON


411 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe, FL


4tp 3/10


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 y 229-6447
tfc 11-4
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work - Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day :


COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 1,-142


Will do babysitting, house
cleaning or staying with the
elderly, Call after 2 p.m., any
day, 229-8933, Elizabeth
Thompson. 3tp 3/17
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.
A: AI-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720


SEARS ISAS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!










Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

* Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


ANN'S PLACE of CAKES
Magellan St., St. Joe Beach

* FRESH BREAD 648-5258
White, Brown, Raisin & Cinnamon Raisin
PIES and DINNER ROLLS by Order
SPECIAL OF THE WEEK
Cinnamon Rolls ............. $1.75 Pkg.


The Sewing Room
. 41.0 A Reid Avenue
N!." P' Port St. Joe, Florida o

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


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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 ES TIMA TE ,
Call 229-8977


REEVES FURNITURE &

' REFINISHING SHOPPE \
* Phone 229-6374

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
CLOSED UNTIL APRIL 6 _
SEE OURGIFTITEMS
INCLUDING SHELL PRINTS, NOTE CARDS,
FINE ART SAND DOLLARS &
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS IN WATERCOLORS & PASTELS

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


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE


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 sbme yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
tfc7-3

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
Tfc 1/27



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


St. Joseph Bay
Construc toi
* Residential






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


Going Fishing?..
Stop here first
for a complete .'
line of

Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY :-
306 Reid Avenue :


"I think it was something I ate."



kills bugs for
up to six months,

and saves you about $100 yeart:
In costly pest control servlcps. :
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug,
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.'
306 Reid Avenue ,
Port St. Joe. Florida.


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


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STurkey Shoot Saturday

.-at Local Rifle Range
:'- The Gulf Rifle Club will be pate may use their own gun, or
S,-: sponsoring a Turkey Shoot one will be provided by the
' this Saturday, March 26, from, club.
y-~,':r 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM at the The community is urged to
i: Rifle Range on Highway 71 support this event. The money
- North. will be used to aid the newly
Persons who wish to partici- formed Junior Rifle team.


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
22nd Street * Mexico Beach
, '-i CHARLES M. PARKER, Minister
i WORSHIP SERVICE ............... 9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHURCH SCHOOL ............... 10:00 A.M., C.S.T.
SCHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ... 6:00 P.M., C.S.T.
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JIMMY SPIKES, Minister

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MORNING WORSHIP ...................... 11:00. A M.
EVENING WORSHIP ....................... 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6:30 P.M.
,..'CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........... 7:30 P.M.




CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Street and Marvin A\enue
-. SUNDAY SCHOOL ... . .... 10.00 V.M.
.--NORNING WORSHIP ... .. 11-00 A.M.
' . EVENING WORSHIP ... .... 6 00 P.M.
..-EbDNr SDAY EVENING ...... ":00 P.M.


Sharks' Lose Two Out of



Three Games In Week


THE FAMILY PHYSICIANS IS
STILL YOUR BESTFRIEND
Although we rarely hear about the physician that
follows the old ways of daily house rounds, there are
still some of them left. In some remote areas it is the
only way for a doctor to bring health care to a
community.
Today's modern physician serves in a very
specialized but much more efficient manner. He
knows that if it is possible for someone who is sick to get
to the office, he is better equipped to help them. With
the facilities available he is able to more quickly
diagnose and treat his patients. Should the services of
a specialist be required, he will suggest one.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
pharmacy 'products. We consider this trust a
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
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BURI77FTT'S DRUG STORE


which resulted in their seven
runs. The Rams scored, twice
in each of the first three
innings and once in the fourth.
Beard gave up five hits, six
walks and seven runs along
with striking out three Rams.
Stacey Strickland came' on in
relief in the sixth and had one
strike out while giving up no
hits, walks or runs


BY TIM WILDER
Port St. Joe's baseball team
came off a successful week
last week to go down in defeat
in two of three games this past
week.
Last Friday afternoon, the
Sharks lost a close one in
Blountstown to the Tigers, 5-3.
Mitch Burke started on the
mound for the Sharks and was
tapped for the loss, when the
Tigers erupted for five runs in
the third inning. Stacey Strick-
land came on in relief and
went the remaining distance.
Shawn Wood scattered seven
hits to pick up the win for the
Tigers.
Burke gave up only one hit
in his three innings, and
struck out two. He allowed
five walks and the Sharks
committed three big errors to
account'for the five Blounts-
town scores.
Mitch Burke and Paul
Davidson were the leading
hitters for the Sharks, going
two for three during the
afternoon.

In a double header Satur-
day, the Sharks lost the
opener to Rutherford, 7-0 and
took the afternoon contest
against Wewahitchka, 6-3.
Rutherford tagged Tony
Beard for five hits and six
walks in the first four innings,


back to life in the afternoon
.contest, as the Sharks pushed
one run across in each of the
last three innings to defeat the
Wewahitchka Gators 6-3..
Rapping out 10 hits, David
Bearden, Brad Bowen, and
Mitch Burke led the offensive
attack. Bearden had two for
three, Bowen, two for four and
Burke, three for four.


was the winning J.. D. Green, Jeb Addison,
or the Rams with McDonald and Strange each
ke outs, two walks, had singles for the Gators.
ad no runs. i David Bearden, went the
..rk . c mmt wensx route on the mound for the
nile the Rams went Sharks to gain his first win of
avidson was the season against no losses.
iter for the Sharks Bearden gave up four hits,'
siner retris at three runs, Walked four and
singe frtrrat struck out five. The Gators
id BeadenBurdaeBraad aZeb Addison on the mound
d Mtch Burke eac who gave up five Walks', seven
for three. hits and five runs in the five
Joe's bats came innings he pitched., .Chris
JoeThomas came on in the sixth
OF THANKS and gave up three hits, one
a dearNKriends run, two walks and had one
-1, ... . ,-..--. . -1- striKe out.


who called, sent Iflowers and
cards, prayed for me, and
visited me during my illness, I
extend a heartfelt word of
thanks. I would also like to
give a special thank you to my
pastor and church. Your
thoughtfulness will always be
appreciated; may the Lord.
richly bless each of you.
. Henry B. Raiford


During the coming week,'
the Sharks will be in Wakulla
Friday for a 7:00 p.m., game.
'Carrabelle will host the team
Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. The
Sharks will be at home to Good
Pastures, Tennessee next
Thursday for a game at 1:00
p.m.


The wrestling team of Port
St. Joe High School held its an-
nual wrestling banquet last
Tuesday evening in the
school's commons area. Mak-
ing awards presentation dur-
ing the evening was wrestling
coach, Chris Earley.
The wrestlers had an out-
standing year this season with
six grapplers winning in the
District tournament. Keith
Mork, Erik Parrish and Billy
Williams each won first place
in District in their respective
weight categories. Sidney
Harris, Richard Ramsey and
Willie B. McCloud earn second
place trophies at District.
All six were eligible to par-
ticipate in the Regional tour-
nament, in which Keith Mork
at 102 pounds, placed third;
and Sidney Harris, at 128
pounds, placed fourth.
Keith Mork set the school's


team record this year at 17-3
with 13 pins. Also possessing
outstanding records for the
year were Sidney Harris,
Willie B. McCloud, Eric Par-
rish, Richard Ramsey and Bil-
ly Williams.
Plaques were presented to:
Eric Tomlinson, Rookie of the
Year; Eric Parrish, Most Im-
proved; Sidney Harris, Most
Aggressive; Billy Williams,
AAA Athlete of the Year; Seth
Howell, Willie McCloud and
Billy. Williams, Team Cap-
tains; Keith Mork, Most
Valuable Player 83-83; and
Billy Williams, Most Valuable
Player, '76-'83.
Receiving letters for this
season were: Kris Cozart,
Derek Fields, Sidney Harris,
Seth Howell, Marcell Johnson,
Keith Mork, Marty. Neel, Eric
Parrish, Willie McCloud, Matt
Taylor, Eric Tomlinson, Billy
Williams and Charles Wood.


MAT MAIDS: From left, Kelly Johnson, Kim Dupree, Lori'Gregg, Lynn Stephens, Nancy
Wright, Tanya Pippin, Sandy Ward and Lillie Rice.


NOTE OF THANKS FROM
ALCOHOLISM COUNCIL
The Panhandle Alcoholism
Council, Inc., would like to
thank everyone who helped
make the recent flea market a
huge success. Special thanks
are extended to Dr. Shirley
Simpson for her hard work.


Little League

and Adult League


Start the Season Well Equipped to Play the Game

S Bats - Balls - Gloves


Uniforms - Hats


Shoes - Etc.


The


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323 Reid Avenue


Phone 229-6805


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The Council wishes to thank
the following for their ser-'
vices: Celene Fowler, Carolyn
McNeill, Wyvonne Hattaway,
Marjorie Ford, Fred Kleeb,
Margaret Klope, Verna Tot-.
man, George Suber, Myrtle
Montgomery, Rev Spikes,.
Rev Smith, Mary Crymes,'
Marge Parker, Mary Fowler,.
The Star, WJOE, Rich's IGA,,
and the PAC advisory board
members. Also, thanks to
Silas Player for the donation
of a freezer..
The Panhandle Alcoholism
Council. Inc.. is a non-profit
organization that provides
counseling services as well as
wide range educational ser-
vices to the community Con-
tinued support and donations
to the agency are appreciated.


Flower clocks that tell:.
the approximate time o'f.'"
day can be made by plant-
ing flowers that open and
close at certain hours,
such as four o'clocks.


Correction
In last week's edition of the
Star, the Gulf County Co.m,
munity Development Corpora-
tion stated that the Corpora-
tion was sponsoring a Compu-.
ter Training Program
The notice should have read
as follows: The Corporation
has applied for - a grant
through the City of Port St.
Joe, to sponsor a Computer
Training Program.




ESTATE

SALE
One, 14' boat, motor and
trailer, Queencraft.
One 14' boat, motor and
trailer, Crosby.
One 1970 Ford automobile,
$300.
One set of tools and
miscellaneous items.
Can Be Seen at
Cortez & Ga. Ave.
St. Joe Beach
Phone 648-5416
2tp3/24


WRESTLERS DISPLAY AWARDS received at the an- Willie B. McCloud, Erik Parrish, Keith Mork, Sidney Harris,
nual wrestling banquet held Tuesday evening. From left: Billy Williams, Seth Howell and Eric Tomlinson.


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they would approach others on
the street and see what could
be worked out.
In the meantime, the two
asked that their street be
placed on the paving priority
list, since there were at least
10 families living on the short
street. After a: period of
discussion, the Board decided
to place Barbara 'Drive in
their number four position in
priority, but warned the two it
still would probably be at least
two years before the street
was paved. In the meantime,
the Commission said they
would have the Road Depart-
ment people take a look at the,
situation for temporary relief.
ROAD RUCKUS
Deciding to get into the road
paving business again, has
opened a can of worms for the
Commission. The question is,
who gets their street paved?
. At the last meeting of the
Board, Commissioner Jimmy,
Gortman remarked the north
end of' the county has been
getting short-changed in the
paving business. Chairman
Branch remarked the north"
half of the county received the
larger share of the recent
bond issue paving program,.
the'last paving done by the
county.
Gortman was certain
Branch was wrong and offered
to buy the chairman dinner if
he was right.
Tuesday night, Branch
brought out the figures on the
paving, which showed Dis-
tricts one and two received:


(Continued from Page 1)


$1,646,232 and Districts 3, 4,
and 5 received $1,198,754 in the
program.
"I'll take catfish", Branch
told Gortman.
Gortman then made a mo-
tion that the county designate
the paving of two short streets
in Whispering Pines Subdivi-
sion and. the, extension of
Dairy Road near Wewahitch-
ka as one project and, desig--
nate it as number three
priority. Gortman's motion,
passed unanimously.
The Board then agreed to
place Barbara Drive in num-
ber four priority.
Gortman triedtd6 carry the
stipulations further by asking
that Pine Street in Wewa-
hitchka be in fifth place, the
street behind Sheriff Parker's
home as sixth, south'Canal
Drive in Overstreet as number
seven. Gortman's motion was
defeated when a tie' vote
resulted from his motion.
Gortman arid Birmingham
voted ."yes" and Owens -and
Branch voted "no".
That's committing . our-
selves too far into the future",
Owens said.
MOSQUITO SPRAYING
Mosquito Control director,
Doug Kent warned the Board
the entire state is expecting a
bad mosquito year. "With all
the rain we have had and the
lack of cold weather, we have
all been told we can expect to
have a bumper crop this
,year", Kent said.
The director said Gulf Coun-
ty would get into its spraying


program around the middle of
April. "We must hire the truck
drivers first, but we should be
able to do that in two or three
weeks", he said.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business items, the
Commission:
-Agreed to inform owners
of some waterfront property
at Beacon Hill the county
could not afford to purchase
the land at this time. The
owners are asking $600 per
foot for 300 feet of waterfront
land.
-Agreed to write a letter to
the State of Florida in answer
to a request, stating Dr.
Sapala, district coroner, was
unacceptable to the Board.
-Decided to move in the
direction of installing a com-
pactor and transfer s1te in the
'south end of the county for
garbage in conjunction with
the City of Port St. Joe. The
Commission will negotiate an
agreement with the City.


Special Meeting
for Rifle Cib
The Gulf Rifle Club will hold
a special meeting at 7:30 P.M.
on March 24 at the Welding
Shop Classroom of Port St. Joe
High School.
The purpose of the meeting
is to complete plans for the
Turkey Shoot to be held on
March 26. All members are
urged to be present.


Wrestling Awards


Are Presented


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

- SUNDAY SCHOOL . 9-30 A M
:"MORNING WORSHIP .. . 11-00 A.M.
:'EVENING WORSHIP . . . 6:00 P.M.
S "God Our Father. Christ Our Redeemer.
Man Our Brother"


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First


SPresbyterian Church
� i, Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227 1756
SJJNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .. . 10.00A M.
'ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS . . 11.00 AM
Study in the Gospels. Wednesday - 7:00-7-45
Welcome to Everyone

JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857


: PAGE EIGHT


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 24, 1993


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 24, 1983


Caladiums Popular Summer Annual


Tropical Colorful Foliage-Plants Thrive In All Parts of Florida


BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
Caladiums are one of the
most popular summer annuals
in Florida. They are colorful,
tropical foliage plants, that
can be grown in all areas of
the state. Caladiums add a
cool look to the summer flower
garden, and they are relative-
ly easy to grow. My informa-
'tion for this article was
provided by Extension Horti-
culture Specialist, Dr. Robert
Black..
There are two types of
caladiums available, those
with fancy leaves, and those
with lance leaves. The fancy
leaved caladium is the more


popular. Its leaves are large
and somewhat rounded.
The lance type caladium has
narrow elongated leaves, and
the entire plant is somewhat
smaller. The colors of caladi-
ums vary widely, from crim-
son red, to all shades of pink
and even snow white.
As afore stated, caladiums
are easy to grow, but you need
to follow a few basic guide-
lines. Choose a flower bed with
moderately rich, well prepar-
ed soil. Soil for caladiums
should be porous and contain
organic matter. Make sure the
site has good drainage. The
caladiums grow best in a
moist, but not soggy soil. Too
much water causes roots to


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decay.
Choose a site, that's some
what shaded because caladi


urns can't stand full summer suggested.
sun. From forty to sixty Thereafter, apply one pound
percent shade is ideal. An of the fertilizer for one hun-
hour or two full morning sun is dred square feet each month
considered best for caladi- during the growing season.
ums. Longer exposures tend to
bleach the foliage and lime If caladiums are started
plant growth. indoors, they need to. be
Wait until all danger of frost gradually hardened to outdoor
is past before planting caladi- growing conditions before
urns. Then, they should' be they can be transplanted to
planted two inches deep and the garden, or flower. beds.
about eighteen inches apart. A This is done by gradually
complete fertilizer should be exposing them to outdoor heat
/ mixed with the soil at planting and light.
time. Caladiums respond well Caladiums grow best at
to fertilization, and a mini- temperatures of eighty or'
mum of two pounds of all- Ainety degrees farenheit, and
- purpose garden fertilizer for they make excellent house
- one hundred square feet is plants.


For house plant conditions,
prepare a soil of one part sand
and one part peat. Keep the
soil moist, but not soggy. If the
plant turns pale, or if it isn't
growing well give it some
plant food. One teaspoon of
5-10-5 or 4-12-4 fertilizer is
enough for a caladium grow-
ing in a six inch p6t.
Cut leaves are very popular
as indoor decorations. The
leaves will last several days if
the freshly cut stems are,
plunged into hot, then cold
water. The stems should stay
in the hot bath until the water
has cooledrto lukewarm. Then
the plants should be placed in
a bath of cold water.


Mary L. Smith Is Chairing Annual


"Wheels forlife"
Mrs. Mary Louise Smith has treatment-education center
been appointed Chairman for where physicians and scien-
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Bike-A-Thon in Wewahitchka, actually succeeded in rewrit-
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The overwhelming approval last
week by the House of
Representatives of the
"Emergency Mathematics and
Science Education Bill" starts
the United States back on the
road to technical literacy and
will dramatically improve our,
ability to compete in the inter-
national high-technology
marketplace. , .' '
The bill, which I sponsored.
and which is an outgrowth of'
similar legislation I sponsored
last year, provides $425 million
to improve math and science
teaching from the primary
grades through advanced post-
graduate studies. "
The fact that HR. 1310 was
the first major piece of legisla-
tion enacted by the House this
year and the 346 to 54 margin
by which it passed underlines
the seriousness of what I have
been calling a crisis in our
educational system..
The bill earmarks $250
million next year for state and
local school districts to upgrade
teacher skills in math and
science, retrain teachers in
other subjects for certification in
math and science, and to buy
new equipment including
computers.
Another $20 million will fund
full one-year scholarships for
5,000 college students next year
and 10,000 scholarships the
following year for those who
agree to teach math and
science after graduation. ,
The legislation also provides,
for summer institutes for math
and science' teachers.
The bill also establishes a:
,national policy for engineeringI

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It's the end of winter, the edge of spring. The trees are still
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mix . 4 oz. Natural Cheddar
10 slices crisply cooked Cheese, cut into
bacon,. crumbled 12 cubes
3/4 c. milk
2 tbsp. maple flavored
pancake syrup or
honey
Heat oven ,to 4000. In small bowl stir together all ingredients
except cheese until well mixed. Spoon slightly less than 1 tbsp.
of batter into greased or paper lined 12 c. muffin pan. Top
with cube of cheese. Spoon remaining batter over each cheese
cube, making sure cheese is covered. Bake for 15 to 20 min. or
until lightly browned. Serve warm. YIELD: 12 muffins.


the benefits of its work beyond
its walls to children through-
out the world .


and scientific personnel to make
sure that the United States
stays competitive with other in-
dustrialized nations.
Under the legislation $100
million a year for five years is set
aside to encourage more
students in these disciplines to
pursue advanced degrees and
thus assure that our pool of
science and engineering man-
power is refilled by superior per-.
sonel who have the skills for
university level teaching and
research.


It was my pleasure recently
to participate in 'two events in
Lake City honoring Florida
Veterans.
The first was the ground-
breaking for a . much-needed
120-bed nursing home facility at
the. Veterans Administration
, Hospital.
The following week I took
part in the, dedication, of a
memorial to the area's veterans,
of Viet Nam, who. are finally
beginning to be recognized for
their service to their country.
during an unpopular war.
Though the Viet Nam War
ultimately proved to be highly
unpopular to much of the
nation - and this unpopularity
transferred itself to some extent
to those who served - the
nation is finally beginning to.
realize that our military person-
nel involved in the conflict were
not its cause.
They have, instead, been'
the victims of otherwise sincere
opposition to the conflict itself.
The Viet 'Nam veterans as
well as veterans of other'wars
and even those who served only
during peacetime, must con-
tinue to receive the best medical
service the nation can provide
as their minimum reward for
doing their duty.


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Tyndall Identifying Danger Area


Tyndallites and the public are
cautioned to stay clear of the Tyndall
Combat Arms Range, say operations
and training division officials.
This range is identified as Restricted
Area 1 on the mariners' charts.
The arms range is located oft the,
south side of Tyndall, adjacent to
Cavehart housing area beach, and

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Map outlines
area of danger '
from weapons
firing in the
vicinity of
Tyndall Air
Force Base.


opposite Hog and Shell Islands. The
rectangular range extends 3,000 yards
beyond the beach and is 1,800 yards
wide at its widest point.
Large red flags are prominently
displayed atop 40-foot poles on the
range when firing is in progress,
explained Lt. Col. John H. JIardee,
operations and training division chief.
The land area boundaries are defined


by warning signs that indicate the
range is restricted when the flags are
flying.
Maritime regulations state no vessel
or other craft shall enter or remain in
the area during firing.
The normal hours of use for the range
are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday
through Friday and occasionally on
Saturday and Sundays.


Honr Roll Highland View Elementary


Highland View Elementary
School announces the Honor


Fifth grade:- Derek Schott,
Tammy Stallings.


-Roll for the fourth six weeks Sixth grade:, Michael Ram-
grading period. sey, Vincentt VonEllington.
ALLA's , ALLA'sandB's
First grade: Judy Him- First grade: Kendra Mc-
merich, Dana Maige. � Daniel, Joni Peak, Matt Han-
Second grade: Dana Earley. na, Victor Sellers, Dee Dee
Third grade: June Him- Nichols, Shanon Dew, Josh
merich. Colbert.
: Fourth grade: Peter Klope. Second grade: Brandy Con-


rad, Kimberly Thomas, Jason
Falbe, Alison Lowery, Becky
Carr, Davy Young, Jason
Kennedy.
Third grade: Christy Haw-
kins, Dawn Fontaine, Jeanet
Hale, Randy Ramsey, Shan-
non Smith, Andy Rutter.
Fourth grade: Sherrin Hill,
David Parker, Angela St.
Clair, Carol Sims.
Fifth grade: Steven Combs,'


Jenny Hicks, Christine 'Hop-
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berts, Connie Scully.
Sixth . grade: Brian *'Am.-
mons, Leah Fettinger, Russell
Funderburk, Stephanie Gilley,
Robin Kimmell, Christy
Maige, Christy McDaniel,
Laura Ridgley, Tommy San-
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Tammy Williams, Sean Sulli-
van, Thomas Blankenhorn.-


Minutes i, , Gulf County School Board


The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on February 8, 1983 at 9:00 AM
in the Gulf County Courthouse
in Port St. Joe. The following
members were present: Ted
Whitfield, Waylon Graham,
Gene Raffield, Oscar Redd,
Paul Sewell. The Superinten-
dent was also present.
Chairman Whitfield presid-
ed and the meeting was
opened with prayer by Sewell
and followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance.
on motion by Sewell, second
by Graham, the minutes. of
January 4, 1983 were ap-
proved.
The Board presented a
plaque of appreciation to
Laura Geddie in recognition of
her many years of devoted
service to the Gulf County
School System.
Phyllis Crooms from Bay
County 4-C Council, Inc. met
with the Board relative to
starting a Day Care Center in
Wewahitchka and requested
the use of some space at the
Main Street Site of the Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School.
The Board instructed the.
Superintendent to check into
this matter and bring it up at
the, next.meeting.
Mrs. Jo O'Barr, Secretary
for Band Boosters in Port St.
Joe met with the Board and
requested some assistance in
purchasing new uniforms for
the Band of Gold for next year.
Charles Gaskin, Architect,
met with the Board and
* : explained that several items
were damaged by Acousti
Engineers Company of Flori-
da in the asbestos removal at
Wewahitchka High School and
has not bean cleared up and he
recommended no further pay-
ment until the punch list has
been completed.
Mr. Gaskin also informed
the Board that all items on the
punch list at Wewahitchka
Elementary School has been
cleared but there are still
several leaks that need to be
corrected by Kolmetz Con-
struction. On motion by Raf-
field, second by Sewell, the
Board instructed the Superin.
tendent to contact Mr. Kol-
metz and inform him that if
': . the leaks were.not being fixed
". by the following Monday, we
will proceed with having the
leaks fixed and deduct from
: his pay.
Ivey Bailey, Representa-
tive, Time Energy made a
presentation to the Board
regarding the installation of
energy saving equipment at
Port St. Joe High School. The
Board instructed the Superin-
tendent to contact other parti-
cipating agencies to see if they
are satisfied with the pro-
gram.
' On motion , by Graham,
secondby Raffield, the Board
approved a resolution where-
by Gulf County would partici-
pate in Gateway Educational
Computer Consortium to cov-
' er the fiscal year 1982-83.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion by
Graham, second by Redd, the
board unanimously approved


the following personnel mat-
ters: ' ,
Approved John Hicks as'
track coach at Port St. Joe
High School for the 1982-83
school year; -
Approved a request from
Laura Geddie for terminal
pay of accrued annual and
sick leave according to School
Board Policies;
Approved a request from
Rita Todd to return to work on
January 31, 1983. Mrs. Todd
was granted a leave of absen-
ce on 1-4-83; .
Approved administrative
salary schedule changes
brought about by the retire-
ment of Laura Geddie.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Graham, the board
authorized two board mem-
bers to attend formation of
FSBA small county council
meeting in Orlando on Febru-
ary 25th. The board also
approved FSBA small county
council assessment of $100.00.
Raffield and Graham attend-
ed the meeting.
On motion by Sewell, second
by Redd, the Board approved
a request that Mamie Bolling-
ham be allowed to attend adult
school provided that she is in
regular attendance and is
making normal progress in
pursuit of her diploma .' 1.'
On motion by Graham,
second by Sewell, the board
approved a letter of retire-
ment from Charlotte Brown
and agreed to for 75 percent of
her accumulated sick leave.
This is pending receipt of a
letter from the teacher organi-
zations signed by its legal
representative and president
and is a one time waiver of the
approved contract language.
The Board reviewed each
schools cost center budget. No
action necessary.
On motion by Graham,
second by Raffield, the Board
unanimously voted 'that the
bills be paid.
On motion by Raffield;
second by Sewell, the Board
unanimously approved the


221 Reid Avenue


ROY SMITH, Agent


following matters:
. Approved to amend School-
Board Policies for the purpose
of bringing policies in compli-
ance with Florida Statutes
enacted since the adoption of
these policies on 3-2-82 and
approved for advertising of
these policies. A hearing will
be held on 3-8-83 at 5:30 PM in
the multi-purpose facility at
Wewahitchka Elementary
School;
The board discussed the
rising cost of yearbooks pro-
duced annually at Port St. Joe
High School and Wewahitchka
High School and instructed the
superintendent to appoint a
committee and develop some
guidelines regarding the cost
of yearbooks;
Approved a revision of
District Guidelines-Early Ad-
mission to Kindergarten 1982-
83. Copies of the revisions are
on file in the superintendent's
office;
Accepted minor changes in
the 1982-83 District Proce-
dures for Exceptional Student
Education. Copies of the
changes are on file in the
superintendent's office;


DANIEL W. DUNCAN
Pastor


Approved a request from
the City of Port St. Joe for the
use of the portable building
previously used by the St. Joe
Beali Fire Department to be
used as a meeting place for
local Boy Scouts;
The Board accepted the
highest bid on tires and one
vehicle that had been adver-
tised to be sold. Copies of bids
are on file in the superinten-
dent's office;
The Board accepted the
low-best bid of food items as
follows: Daffin Mercantile;
Sysco-Atlantic Food Service;
Phillips Meat and Seafood;
Swift Company, Inc.; Harrell
and Sons. Copies of all bids are
'on file in the superintendent's
office
The Board agreed to alter
the afternoon bus routes of
Bernice Fortner and 'Peggy
Revell in the Wewahitchka
area. The Board also denied a
change in bus stop at Mexico
Beach.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed to meet again on
March 8, -1983 at 5:30 PM
(EST) in Wewahitchka.


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