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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: April 28, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880

FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 36 e


THE STAR
Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1983


20 Per Copy


Complaints Filed



Air Force Noise Draws Citizens Ire


Emergency Medical Technicians work on an injured damaged motorcycle lies in the foreground. Osborne
Marty Osborne last Thursday afternoon on Highway 98. His suffered a bihken leg in the wreck. --Star photo



Leg Broken In Crash
Marty Osborne, age 26, who has been in the city for just a the Aveue A intersection, when Mrs. Hamilton, travelling
* short while, had his excitement of a new home and a new job south on the' highway, attempted to make a 'left turn into
interrupted by an accident last Thursday afternoon, the path of the cycle which struck the automobile in the left
Osborne suffered a broken right leg and is still rear side.
hospitalized with the injury after his motorcycle collided Osborne was taken to Municipal Hospital by the Gulf
with an automobile driven by Winnie Ruth Hamilton, 35, of County Volunteer Ambulance Squad where he was treated
Port St. Joe. and transported to Panama City for treatment by ,an
Osborne, one of the operational team brought into Port orthopedic specialist. '
St. Joe by the new owners of the radio station, was travelling Patrolman Oscar Jones, who investigated the accident,
north on Highway 98 in front of Duren's Economy Store near charged Mrs. Hamilton with failure to yield the right of way.


"There's no need to be
unduly concerned over the
noise which you periodically
experience from jet aircraft
flying over Gulf County" the
County Commission was told
by Lt. William Webb of
Tyndall Air Force Base Tues-
day night.."Although we have.
received complaints of fear of
damage' from low-flying and
sound barrier .breaking
planes, there is no need to fear
from either source of probable
danger",.Lt. Webb said.
The: Lieutenant. said that
ever since Tyndall' started-
operation "Copper Flag",
they have been receiving com-
plaints of fear of danger all the
way to Dothari, Alabama. The
Lieutenant said he is making
personal appearances in com-
munities between here and
Dothan, trying to allay any


fears which might exist from
this source.
Operation "Copper Flag" is
a training mission, training
interceptor pilots to intercept
the enemy should he appear
over this part of.the country.
"Every terrain has .a differ-
ent radar pattern, and we are
getting our interceptor pilots
accustomed to this pattern
here",' Lt. Webb said.
FLYING SAFELY
Lt. Webb said all aircraft
are .avoiding flying over in-
habitedareas. In Gulf County,
the planes are flying over
Lake Wimico swamp and east
of Wewahitchka over wood-
lands. "Our aircraft are flying
at least 2500 feet high, but
s6me of the aircraft are ex-
tremely noisy and seem
lower than they actually are",


Lt. Webb said. He pointed out.
that recently the exercises
involved B-52's which he des-
cribed as an extra loud
airplane, but stated they
would not be used in the
future. Another loud aircraft
being used is the F-106 which
makes a loud "pop" when it is
turning on its afterburners for
more power, but said this
aircraft is being phased out
and wouldn't be used much
longer in the exercise.
Lt. Webb said Tyndall's new
role makes the exercises
necessary. "We are now the
air protection for this section
of the United States and we
need to be prepared to do our
job", he said.
MOSTLY NUISANCE
While most complaints have
been from fearing sonic


booms, most of the actual
legitimate complaints are
from the. nuisance of noise
rather than actual physical
damage. Lt. Webb explained
the planes which have super-
sonic capabilities must fly at
least five miles out over the
ocean before assuming super-
sonic speeds. "Most of them
go from 10 to 15 miles over the
ocean before breaking the
barrier", Lt. Webb explained.
The Lieutenant said the
planes are not firing any live
ammunition. "All our training
is done with electronics", he
said. Most of the excess noise
has been caused by unusual
atmospheric conditions which
have accompanied the unus-
ual weather we have been
having.
(Continued on Page 7)


County's Imal


-,- .JoI Mdefr Exgranirwx


County Commissioner Doug- said, "They' have called nie.pn
Birmingham and. chairinan.' the, matter, but since Dr..
Billy Branch expressed con- Sapala issuing Gulf County,;
cern Tuesday -night that the I'm not:going to try the' case
county might be receiving in the newspapers. I am going
un-due ,public criticism in to wait until we get in' the
their handling of the Medicalh courtroom, where the binding
Examiner problem through decision will be made."
stories printed in the Panama Birmingham still felt con-
City News-Herald. cern for the county's image
Commissioner Birming- pointing out that Gulf County
ham said, "We had things was the only county in the
going our way until those District to be sued by Dr.
stories were printed and now Sapala for non payment for
we are being made to look like services.
the cause of the problem when Chairman Branch observed
we're not." that other counties in the
Birmingham was referring District had expressed the
to several stories printed in same concerns as Gulf but
the News-Herald which have none had :'objected to the
printed Dr. Sapala's state- extent Gulf County has.
ments with no rebuttal from Branch said, "Our objections
Gulf County. haven't been only money.
Attorney William J. Rish Even though he tripled the
price of an autopsy without
consulting us about it before
D.ead Lakes hand, our biggest gripe is
unnecessary autopsies being'
Mani agemeent performed. Branch specific-
ally identified two men who
Board To Meet shot each other in a quarrel
before a number of witnesses.
The Dead Lakes Water "Dr.Sapala insisted on doing
Management District will be an autopsy on these two men,
meeting this evening at 6:30 .even though witnesses saw,
for a regular meeting. The :how they died."
meeting will be held in the It was also stressed that
Wewahichka High School autopsies were performed on
Commons Area. terminal patients who were
Several items have already sent home to die and died
been listed on. the meeting unattended by a physician.
agenda, for this evening. The "Unnecessary autopsies are
committee will be discussing alsb./performed on these peo-
access to the dam and its pie even though the family
gates; gate control devices objects", he said.
being installed and a program "I, just want it known we
of use for the gates. have paid for services from
-,The meeting is open to the 4Dr. Sapala but have withheld
public, payment for services we


ge Damaged?


Suijt4erJ ymeatDispute-
thouit were improper","Bir-. ing apparatus for' the com-
mingham. said. "I want it 'munity in the next budget.
known we have paid what.the Jones asked to be included
State of Florida said we should in' next year's budget to
be paying and provided funds provide a fire truck of some
for". sort, with the possibility of
WANT FIRE TRUCK AID making application for a
About a dozen residents of surplus Forest Service truck
Overstreet came before the for their use.
County Commission Tuesday Chairman Branch said the
night with Bud Jones as their county could make this appli-
spokesman, asking for future cation but the waiting list was
aid with providing fire fight- (Continued on Page 7)


Left to right: Al Ray, Glenn Williams. Mayor Frank Pate
hold one end of the ribbon, while Jim and Pam Carr officially
open their new business. Mel Magidson, Rocky Comforter,


Pauline Mouchette, mingles with her customers, from Mouchette's specialty for 24 years in the restaurant business
left to right, David Enfinger, Terry SwindIll and James here in Port St. Joe. She is selling her business to new owners
Womack. Mixing with the customers, has been Mrs. and looks forward to retirement. -Star photo



Pauline Hangs Up Apron


.Selling Restaurant Business After 24 Years


Two of Port St. Joe's eating
establishments changed hands last
week one of them a "landmark" here
in Port St. Joe
Bart Woods soldhis "Country Class
Restaurant" and Pauline 'Mouchette
decided to retire and end 24 years of.
serving the people of Northwest Flor-
ida by selling out her popular "Pau-
line's" restaurant on Reid Avenue in,
downtown Port St. Joe.
Woods, who had operated" his
restaurant for a little more than a year,
sold his restaurant to George Glenn,
who will operate the establishment
primarily as a barbecue place. Glenn
also operates two barbecue establish-
ments in Tallahassee and Panama City,
under the name "Glenn's Barbecue",
Glenn has just taken over the business
and is not really moved in, fully as .yet.
Pauline Mouchette, famous across
the Panhandle for more than 24 years of


Nolan Treglown were also present for the ceremony
Lawrence Arrant, a representative of the firm. -Sta


food service here in Port St. Joe as "the
lady who makes the pies", will be
turning in her apron on May 15, when
her business, "Pauline's Restaurant"
will be takefi over by Mike, and Teresa
Lowry. ,
Mrs. Mouchette hasn't been in the
same location for all of those 24 years,
-but the pies she bakes have remained
famous for the full tenure of her service
as a restauranteur. She and her
husband, the late Jake Mouchette came
to Port St. Joe 24 years ago and took
over the management of the St. Joe
Motel, including the dining room and
began to build a name for themselves
as a purveyor of fine food... especially
Mrs. Mouchette's homemade pies.
They moved into their own restau-
rant and 15 years ago that business was
'discontinued when Mr. Mouchette was
killed in an automobile accident.
.Pauline, as she had become known'


by this time, then moved back to the
Motel and took over the dining room'
management. Then she moved to the
Country Club when it was first opened
and managed its restaurant.
Several years ago, Pauline opened
her restaurant on Reid Avenue, where
she has been ever since.
"I didn't just learn to bake pies
yesterday", she replied after being'
asked how she got into the business.
"When I was a school girl back in
Missouri, I baked pies for a lady who
sold them to a bakery. It was a way to
make the money I needed then, and I
have just stayed with it".
Stay with it she has. Pauline, who
admits freely, to being 65 years old;'
says she has gotten up at 5:30 in the?,
morning for 24 years now, to bake the
pies which have made her famous.'
"After I retire and get out of the
(Continued on Page 7)


New Industry



SOpens Doors

A new industry opened its doors here in Port St. Joe':
recently, opening up in temporary quarters and on a limited
basis until it can build a new building and spread out.
The Rubber House, a manufacturer of industrial rubber
products such as belts, high pressure hoses, etc., opened in
the old laundry building on Highway 98 in temporary
location.
Managed by Jim and Pam Carr, the new business is a
division of Price Rubber Company of Montgomery, Alabama
and sells to industrial customers in the Panhandle of Florida
and south Georgia.
The firm is currently making plans to build a new
14,000 square foot building across from the Waste Water
Treatment Plant on Industrial Road in the near future.
Several business and civic leaders were present Tuesday
morning of this week to officially welcome The Rubber House
to Port St. Joe and officially open the new facility for
s a, business.


ir Photo


According to Carr, the new firm will employ from six to
seven people until they get into their new expanded quarters.


IL


There'll Be No


City Election

For the second year in a row, Port St. Joe will not
have an election because the incumbent candidates had
no opposition.
As a matter of fact, the last time the City of Port St.
Joe had an election was three years ago, when Alton
Fennell was elected to his place on the board to finish out
the term of John Robert Smith, who died while in office.
Fennell was elected to a full two-year term last year,
unopposed.
Since the three incumbents seeking re-election this
year for two year terms were unopposed, there will be
no election held this year. The election was scheduled for
next month.
SThe three candidates, Mayor Frank Pate, and
Commissioners Bill Fleming and. Wesley R. Ramsey,
will be sworn into office on the first meeting of the City
Commission in June.


Department Offers


Free Chest X-Rays
The'Gulf County Health Department announced this
week that they will sponsor a free mobile X-ray unit
operating in Gulf County next Thursday.
The unit will be in Port St. Joe next Thursday, May
5 and will be parked on the vacant lot next to the City
Hall. The unit'will be operated from 9:00 a.m., to 1:00
p.m.
The unit will then be moved to St. Joe Paper
Company and set up in the parking lot in front of the
clock alley from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m., or until all the services
are completed.
After those hours, the unit is scheduled to travel to
,Wewahitchka for the remainder of the afternoon.
All services are free. Everyone is encouraged to
come by and have a free chest X-ray on Thursday, May,
5.
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Editorials and Comments


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, APR. 28, 1983


Try A Little Honey



Next Time


If Dr. Joseph Sapala didn't want
.the people of Northwest Florida to
-accept his resignation, he shouldn't
have tendered it.
1. We get the feeling he is now
wanting to remain in the-office of
Medical Examiner for the 14th
,Judicial Circiut, in spite of his
resignationon. We feel he thought the
-resignation wouldn't be accepted.
Dr. Sapala's failure to see eye to
S -eye with the Gulf County Comriiis-
:sion is an indication that he isn't
pleasing the ordinary man on the
.street, with his conduct in his
capacity as Medical Examiner. You
see, Gulf County's Commission isn't
ii-ade up business men. It is made up
f ordinary working men, who don't
.:,Fiok at an activity entirely from the
vantage point of a balance sheet.
.lhey look at an activity from the
antage point of how they,- as ahn
oErdinary man wish to be treated.
: They like to be asked if it's all
i'ght to saddle them with added
responsibilities. They like to be
isked if it's all right to increase
S .rvices. They like,tb be asked if
3Bey would like to have such and
fSch a service enough to be expected
iig pay for it.
i. ; They don't take kindly to just
: receiving a bill in the mail bearing a
1.iharge four or five times the last
lling, with no notification, no



Vot Lookinsg

:-:4 -The Supreme Court has ruled
_h9at states can ban nuclear power
permits for construction until the
Government comes up with an
Acceptable way to dispose of the
spent fuel. .
Hm-mn-m-m-m.
s In effect, that means we aren't
going to have any more nuclear
,lower plants built in the United
'States..
..One question before we go any
fartherr with this subject: does that
ilean the United States is going to be
.-te only nation in the world which
E oes not depend on nuclear power
.-groduction to provide a portion of its
Al-ectrical energy?
:- We don't think the Supreme
.Court has any jurisdiction over
7E'rance, Italy, Germany, England,
-ndia, etc., and these nations
venerate a major portion of their
power with nuclear plants. It seems
;Key are a little more lenient with
their plant requirements, and so far
:s we know, they haven't- had a
:jfatality from a nuclear accident yet.
:Neither has the United States.
-, Let's admit it. As a nation we
e afraid of nuclear energy and are
till embarrassed over the damage


ITownhouses

IF THE TREND continues, most of
e people who live or vacation here on
e Gulf Coast will do it in town houses.
A ride out to Mexico Beach, St. Joe
each or Cape SanBlas would convince-
7u of this. There seems to be a building
wider construction on every corner and
Etat building most likely .is' a town
30use.
=7 What is a town house?
A town house is a 1983 version ofan
artment building. The only differ-
:nce I can see is that 20 years ago, you
jiented the "town house", so it was an
prtment building. Today, you BUY
te apartment, so that makes the
aiilding a town house. .
; Town houses are the rage at the
3:ach these days. If you. don't own a
t9wn house or stay in a town house at
Z beach, you are just not with it. The
wn house is the latest.thing.
- + + +.+-
TOWN HOUSES AREN'T cheap,
either: at least they're not cheap to me.
guesss I'm old fashioned or something.
:thousand dollars stilllooks like a lot
:: money to me even if it isn't my
S:thousand dollars, 'it still looks big to me.


explanation, no conference, no con-
sultation whatever .
They may be just ordinary men,
but they take their duties seriously,
too. They feel they have a responsi-
bility to the people who pay the bill
to know why the bill has suddenly
grown.
We feel that had Dr. Sapala
exercised the courtesy expected of a
reasonable man here in Florida's
Panhandle, most of the trouble and
misunderstanding between the Med-
ical Examiners' office and Gulf
County could have been averted.
* Gulf County would have either said,'
"We see your point" or they would
have said "Our people just can't
afford that, can't we try something
else?" and the matter would have
been settled.
The way we see it, Dr. Sapala
brought his problems on himself.
Gulf County had provided ample
money in the past for its Medical
Examiner services. When the situa-
tion changes with the change in
Medical Examiners, the Gulf County
Commission naturally wants to
know why.
The next time, try a little honey
in this land of Tupelo Hohey, Dr..
Sapala. You will find it works
wonders and gets things done
threats, suits and resignations can't
even touch.


for Safe W

the world's only explosion se
anger caused the people of
We have a right to.be sc
nuclear energy. It can be an a
thing. It can be a destructive
can laser beams, but they ar
used every,.day. to make,
facing a life of darkness, to
'"Probably the 'most dan
source of energy we have is si
Yet, if we didn't have sunliE
would all disappear in the tw
of an eye. If the scientist
correct, all the radiation
faced with, comes original
the sun.
We agree, we need to seel
means of disposing of spent
fuel. One of the ways is to c
research into nuclear fision,
does not leave spent fuel to I
contend with.
We suspect the case w
before the Supreme Court in o
provide a tool for stopping th(
nuclear power altogether. W
labor under the- misapprel
that the advocates of the d
really want to find a way
disposal. We think they wo
vastly disappointed if such a
was found.


SA MAN'S WORLD


Thoughts On Thinking

BY SHAD-PHANTRY


Have you ever thought
about thinking? If not, you
should take some time some-
times and think about it.
There are a lot of things about
thinking that we don't think
about. At least I never did
until just recently. One day,
not too long ago, I was not
doing anything in particular
and I started thinking about
thinking and I realized that I1
, had never given any real
thought to thinking. Then I
really started thinking-
about thinking and it opened a
whole new world of thoughts
for me. Here are some of my
thoughts I thought of while
thinking about thinking.
Almost everybody thinks, at
one time or another. Some
people think a lot more than
others and some people pre-
tendthey are not thinking
when-they are, in fact, in a
deep thinking process. Never
ask a person what they are
thinking. Offer them a penny
for their thoughts. If they
won't tell you, up the offer to a
thousand dollars. If they still
won't tell you beware of that
person for they are worth a lot
more than you think or they
are up to no good.
.Everyone has their best
time and-or place to think.


Kemps To


Gather On

ay Sunday
The Joshua Kemp Family
et off in Reunion willbe on May 1. This
Japan. is the twenty-fourth year that
'ared of the Kemp Descendants and
wsome their friends have come toge-
awsome their for a day of fellowship.
tool. So If you are part of the Kemp
-e being- Family or friends, it is very
peple, important for you to make
S plans. to come. If you'miss this *
geroust reunion; you may never get to
igeroust have fellowship with that
sunlight. beloved friend or relative
ght, we again.
Tinkling So, wherever you are, either
sts are friend or relative, please come
we are and bring your family along
y from witha'covered dish dinner. All
family members, please bring
s any old family pictures you
k a safe have.
nuclear Location for the reunion is
continue Wetapo Community Center,
which located seven miles west of
have to Wewahitchka, on Highway 22.
Turn at the green sign titled,
Kemp Cemetery Dinner will
vas put be at one o'clock central
3rder to standard time.
e use of
e don't
pension School Board
decision The regular meeting of the
of safe Gulf County School Board
iuld be scheduled for-May 3, at 5:30
method P.M. (EST),will be held at the
Highland view Elementary
School Cafeteria.


Must be Made to Have Fun With;


These apartment houses which
they now call town houses are going for
around $100,000 and nobody is batting
an eyelid over the price. Everyone
seems to have plenty of money and


house, eventually. I glanced at some,
.out on the beach the other day as I was
riding by and noticed clothes hanging
on the line out back of the town house.
That's a pretty good sign that sothe-


ETAOIN SHRDLU

By: W


willing to pay whatever the asking
price is, just to get the opportunity to
buy a town house. Those who come in
here from other places act like the price
is cheap. "Let me have two or three at
that price", they seem to say.
Town houses must be to buy and
sell rather than a place to live in. I
never hear of anyone moving into one;
they are just buying or selling it.
Somebody winds up living in a town


beach to enjoy the sea, breezes
are going to hang their clothes
in order, to get the opportunity
'outside to enjoy the breeze.
JI don't blame them. If I ha


They Cost Enough

,so they think they are doing wonders for our package.
outside economy, and, so far, they haven't It just so happened dur friend had
y to get messed up what we call our "color" to be in or near the California city
yet. within the time frame of the free trip, so
-A --4.h d i4d4 At* t4k t t4JMtkJiJ iiJc t4. bU


aa spent


esley R. Ramsey


body lives there.
The thing I can't comprehend,
though, is somebody spending $100,000
for an apartment to live in and hanging
clothes outside on a clothesline..lIt
seems that with that kind of loot, the
people would buy a clothes dryer and.
never leave the air conditioned comfort
of the inside.
Chances are, the clothes hanger is
one of those people who came to the


enough money to get here and $100,000
for a town house, just to get to enjoy
the sea breeze and the bracing sight of
the seashore, I would try to get my
money's worth.
.r + + + +
DON'T GET ME WRONG If
people want to have a town house, I
want enough of them built in and
around Gulf County to give everyone
who wants one a chance to have one. I


I'm just marveling at the things
people will buy. I wouldn't have a town
house for my own use, although I might
buy one to sell... If I can get enough
credit to swing the deal.'
To our credit, nobody has offered a
free trip to the Bahamas, Mexico or El
Salvador to those who will just come
look at one. Some developers along the
Gulf Coast are offering fantastic gifts to
those who will just come look at what
they have to offer.
One local man received an offer of
a week end in Mexico if he would just
come look: He went and looked, then
asked for his trip to Mexico.
He was then told the trip was his,
with one or two minor stipulations. He
had to leave from a California city by
boat in order to claim the prize.
The prize was purchased in a
package you see, and leaving from the
California city by boat was part of the


e ec e Eo Eaxe e e rp, jusE to De
mean.
No doubt the property dealer wap
more than a little chagrined at having
his free trip accepted.

THE TOWN HOUSES around here,
so far, have all been built for people to
enjoy and have fun with. I suppose that
could explain the high cost. There's
nothing like something to have fun with,
to make it easy to spend your money.
There's nothing quite like main-
taining a boat and motor, a'brace of
hunting dogs, or a camper. They can afl
cost you money and lots of it.
The fellow who swears by playing
golf spends a lot of money doing it.
Even the fellow who likes to go watci
ball games, can't dp it with peanuts.1
I guess that's the formula, to the
sudden popularity and cost of towi
houses. They must be fun. They cost
enough to own.


Some people think best when
there is eminent danger or a
crisis at hand. These people
are often referred to as
heroes. I am not one of
them. Others think best when
it is quiet and they are 'in
particular room in their.
house, or in the garden or by
the seashore with the waves
flopping up on the beach. My
brother thinks best when he is
in the bathroom on his "Think-
ing Throne." He has other
funny ways, too.


My best time and place tq,
think is early in the morning
right after I wake up and am.
still in bed. My mind is clear
and refreshed and I can give
serious thought to things I
have to do during the day and,
sometimes, review the day
past. Sometimes I try to think
about the future. Actually, I
think about the future a lot and
most of the time that is what
wakes me up.. Who knows
what is just around the next
bend in the road?


There are no such things as
mind readers, I don't care
what.anyone says. Oh, some-
times a person will get lucky,
and guess what you are
thinking, but don't let that
throw you. Thinking is the one
act that no one can listen in on.
If you are one that puts
thoughts into action, that is a
horse of a different trot.
Someone could be watching
and if you happen to be
thinking the wrong thought
you might be in a heap of
trouble!
Some people think too much.
Thought without action is like
a ship without a motor. It's
like a tree without branches or
a horse with three legs. It just
ain't no good. You can think
and hope and wish for days
and weeks on end, but if you
don't put your thoughts into
action they will do you no good


whatsoever. I" think I fall into
this category.
Some people think thoughts
that are not what we refer to
as "normal." You might refer
to some of these people as a
genius. You may also refer to
some of them as crazy. There
is a fine line between the two, I
think.
. As you can see, there is a. lot
to think about when it comes
to thinking. I think we should
all think about thinking a little
more. If we would we might
think more or we might think
less; we might think a little
deeper or we might find a
better place to think. Will you
think about giving thinking a
little more thought?
I am going to write 'more
about thinking. I just need
more time 'to think about
something to write about on
thinking.


Tides

The tide action in St.
Joseph's Bay is shown in the
tide table below. The informa-
tion is furnished by the U.S.
Weather Bureau in Apalachi-
cola.


April 2812
April 29 1
April 30 1
May 1 2
May2 3
May3 4
May4 4
May 5 5


High Low
2:31p.m. 10:54 p.m
1:09p.m. 11:46p.mi
1:45p.m.
2:30p.m. 12:42a.m;
3:14p.m. 1:36a.m-
1:05p.m. 2:31a.mi
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APR. 28, 1983 PAGE THREE


Rish Stresses Need for


Christian school


Presenting Play
The sixth, .seventh, nd The cast includes: Daren
eighth grade classes of Faith :Brant, Person from City;
Christian School will be pre- Darryl Davidson, Gideon; De-
' seritihg'a Biblical Play .entit- wanna Davidson, Deborah;
led, "Gideon: Mighty Man of Tommy Ford, Angel of the
Valour." The Play will be Lord; Duane Griffin, Person
presented at 7:00 PM this from City; Tinnie Julius,
Friday, April 29th, at Faith Midianite; Lee Parker,. Jo-.
Christian School on 20th St. ; ash; Chris Pate' Servant;
The students have been Brian Peiffer, Phurah; Jud-
studying "Old Testament son Pollock, Gideon's Man No.
Characters" this year. The 1; Shannon Presnell, Midia-
Play depicts the life of Gideon, nite; Robert Quarles, bream-
one of the Judges of Israel. It er; Andy Richards, Gideon's
clearly demonstrates what Man No. 2; Howard Richards,
can be accomplished by fol- Voice of God; Holly Stripling,
lowing God's directions, even Delilah; and Edward Wood,,
against the odds. Narrator.

OBITUARIES


Mrs. Emma Jones Dies
Mrs. Emma Jones, 79, pas- Benjamin of Evergreen, Ala.,
sed away Sunday, April 17. and Perry Benjamin, Pensa-
1 She was a long time resident cola.
P of Port St. Joe, and was a
member of the Thompson Funeral services were held
Temple First Born Church. Saturday, April 23 at the
Survivors include: one son, Thompson Temple First Born
Roy Likely, one daughter, Church, conducted by the Rev.
Lesa Ann Jones, two grand- Elder E. D. Dixon. Interment
= children, all of Port St. Joe; .followed in the family plot,
Stwo'sisters,.Clara Ev.ans,jprirt,Forest Hill. Cemetery. All-.
R St. Joe, and Elnora Stater,'Ft.. services were under the direc-
Lauderdale; four brothers, J. tion of the Comforter Funeral
D. Benjamin, Ned and Ted Home.


GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD WINNERS-From left to
right, Chris Thomas, Wewahitchka;i Cassandra Thomas,
Port St. Joe and Cheryl Day, Apalachicola. Others shown are'
William J. Rish, guest speaker and Mrs. Charles Norton,
chairman, Good Citizenship Awards Committee. -Star photo















40- Reid Ave. 227-1277


Good

The Honorable William J
Rish speaking to St. Josepi
Bay Chapter Daughters of the
American Revolution at their
luncheon meeting Wednesday
April 20 stressed that' good
citizenship deals with respon
sibilities to our country as wel
as rights and privileges. The
meeting honored Cheryl Day
Apalachicola High School
Cassandra Thomas, Port St
Joe High School; ,'and Chris
Thomas, .Wewahitchka High
School; winners of the DAI
Good Citizen Award in their
respective senior classes.
Mrs. Charles Norton, DAI
Good Citizen Chairman, pre
sented the speaker and hon
orees. The meeting was helix
at the Garden Center.,
In his inspirational address
Mr. Rish, Gulf County native


Citizenship to DAR

. product of the Florida educa- and Patriotism. All are honor plans to attend Cent
h tion system, honored four time students. College, Springfield,
e legislator from this area and Cheryl Thomas is presently and major in Christia
r exemplary good citizen, told enrolled in the early admis- tion.
, his audience to be grateful to sion program at Chipola Jr. Mrs. Ralph Swa
d God for the accident of birth College. She plans to attend Chapter Regent, pro
- which made them citizens of the University of Florida and the meeting. She ai
l the United States, He chided receive her degree in Veteri- the gift of three gen
,e all who do not vote, citing nary Medicine. books by Mrs. L. L
many instances of elections Cassandra Thomas, a var- haver, Sr., Nashvill
; decided by one vote which .sity cheerleader, is listed in for the DAR collect
. have affected our country's Who's Who Among American local library.
s and the world's destiny. ., High' School Students, and
h attended the Presidential Members were
R The students presented their Classroom for Young Ameri- that the May meetn
r essays on "Preserving Our cans among other honors. She be at the home of M
American Heritage." These plans to attend Pensacola, Kunel on Fourteenth
R showed their patriotism and Junior College and study Mexico Beach.
a- appreciation of our country's computer programming. The delicious salad
I- history. The winners were Chris Thomas served as Jr. eon was served by th
d picked by their fellow class- Class President and is in the Club.- The meeting r
mates and teachers for out- Senior Hall of Fame. He has enhanced by arrange
,, standing qualities of Leader- been on the football, baseball spring flowers made
ship, Dependability, Service and weightlifting teams. He den Club members.


ral Bible
Missouri,
n Educa-

atts; Sr.
esided at
announced
ealogical
L. Copen-
le, Tenn.
on in the

reminded
ng would
Mrs. Paidul
Street at

id lunch-
e Garden
oom was
'ments of
e by Glir-


Services for Plato Anderson
* Plato Anderson, 87, passed Joe, and Mrs. Cora B. Rozier,
away Monday, April 18 in Miami; and one grand-
Panama City. He was a native daughter.
of DeFuniak Springs, and had
been a resident of Panama Funeral services were held
City before moving to Port St. Saturday, April 23, at the Zion
Joe. He was a member of Zion Fair Baptist Church, conduct-
Fair Baptist Church. ediby the Rev. Alonzo Moore.
Survivors include: his wife, Interment .followed in the
Mrs. Minnie Anderson, Port family plot, Forest Hill Ceme-
St. Joe; three daughters, Mrs. tery. All services were under
Bernice Gaitor, and Mrs. the direction of the Comforter
Willie B. Sylvester, of Port St. Funeral Home.

Mrs. Stevens Died Tues.
Mrs. Rosa Lee Stevens, 92, grandchildren; eleven great
-of Wewahitchka, died Tues- grandchildren; one brother,
"day, April 19 in a Panama City Poley F. MacDaniel of Wewa-
'hospital. She was 'born at .hitchka; and one sister, Cora
Farmdale, ,now a part of Yelvington, Winter Haven.
-Tyndall AFB. She lived most Funeral services were held
of her life in Wewahitchka. at2:00P.M.CST Friday at the
except from 1925-1935, when First Baptist Church of Wewa-
she resided in Selina, Ala. She hitchka, conducted by the
was a member of the First Rev. Richard Bloodworth and
Baptist Church of Wewahitch- Rev. Adolph Bedsole.
ka. Interment followed in the.
.,.Survivors include: two sons, family plot, Jehu Cemetery.
SPercy Stevens, Panama City All services were under the"
and Wilson Stevens, Wewahit- direction of Comforter Funer-
-:chka; one daughter, Gordene al Home, Wewahitchka
White, of Brewton, Ala.; seven Branch Chapel.
*Not


THANKS


Our heartfelt thanks are extend-
ed to the citizens of the City of Port
St. Joe who have shown their con-
fidence in us by returning us to office
for another term with no opposition.

Frank Pate,
Mayor-Commissioner

Billy R. Fleming
City Commissioner

Wesley R. Ramsey
City Commissioner










THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fina 'H'URSDAY, APR. 28. 1983


Miss Julane McFarland Becomes


Bride of
Julane McFarlandand Bar-:
S on Keef Pettis were united in
marriage April 9, 1983 at the
First Baptist Church of Port
$t. Joe during a beautiful
S andlelight, double ring cere-
tlony. The wedding was con-
ducted by Reverend Howard
: browning and Reverend Steve
aoud.
2The bride is the daughter of
-*1r. and Mrs. Ed F. McFar-
3nd of Port St. Joe. She is the
*'anddaughter of the late Mr.
Dhniel Monroe Wise of Kin-
WsTon, Al. and the late Loette
giatherine Wise of Melbourne,
(.hd also the late Mr. and Mrs.
Pater Matthew McFarland of
`rink.
.T he bridegroom is the son of
Cecil M. Pettis of Port St. Joe
Sand May Dell Pettis of Lake
arles, La. His grandparents
Se Mrs. Alta David of Lake
-" arles, La. and the late Mr:
S tmieDavid of lowa, La., and
%'e late Mr. and Mrs. Tasha
; ttis of Zellwood.,
, 6ttven in marriage by her
parents and escorted to the
alter by her father, the bride
Wi radiant in a traditional
white gown of organza with a
natural waist line and lavishly
etjoridered motifs and silk
VYise lace accenting the
beaTed Queen Anne neckline.
:4.


Barton Keef Pettis


The long, full chiffon sleeves
were delicately ruffled with
matching lace, and the full
chiffon overskirt was framed
by a deep lace scallop comn-
pletely enriched with silk
SVenise and matching lace 'to
form a majestic circular
flounced cathedral train. Her
perfect-fitting Juliet cap was
fashioned of beaded silk ve-
nise lace and tiny ribbon bows.
The two tier cathedral. veil
was of imported English illu-
sion edged with dainty silk
Venise lace flowers.
The bride carried a cascade
bouquet of white bridal ste-
phanotis and white, peach,
and yellow roses surrounding
a large cattleya orchid. The
bouquet was backed in chan-
tilly lace and entwined with
English ivy and elegance lace
ribbon.
The mother of the bride
wore a formal length sea
green gown of polyester lus-
tre-glo that featured a spa-
ghetti strap bodice, a.layered
A-line style skirt, and a sheer,
circular polyester, chiffon
capelet:. .. ; ,. ,. .
'The groom's mother chose a
nordic rose formal gown of
quiana shimmer with a scis-
sor pleated skirt overlayed
with a chiffon jacket accented


with peau d'auge lace, a
victorian neckline, and a bi-
shop sleeves.
Miss Cathy McFarland, sis-
ter of the bride, served as
maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Mrs. Kathy Joiner, Mirs.
Suzanne White, Miss Dawana
Jacobs, Miss Donna Pitzl, and
junior bridesmaid Danielle
McFarland, niece of the bride.
They wore green, yellow, and
apricot evening length gowns
of sophisticate satin with
semi-fitted squared bodices,
elbow length puffed sleeves,
and flared skirts with a
natural waist line and a
matching sash. Each of them
carried a single large cattleya
orchid entwined with English
ivy and elegance ribbon to
match their gowns, and wore
'combs of baby's breath and
bridal stephanotis in their
hair.
- Miss Joanna Cutler was the
flower girl and Master Jarred-
Patterson served as ring
bearer.
Nuptial music was perform-
ed by Mrs.. Sharon Watson,
organist;: and Mr. Ron Kegley,
soloist. The church and the
flowers were beautifully de-
corated by Deanna Taylor of
St. Joseph Bay Flowers and
Gifts.
Following the ceremony the
bride's parents hosted a re-
ception in the church Fellow-
ship Hall. Assisting at the
reception were Mrs. Diane
McFarland and Miss Suzie
Bizilia at the bride's cake;
Miss Heather Peacock at the
groom's cake; Mrs. Brenda
Wood and Miss Diana Sealey
at the punch table; and Mrs.
Lawana Patterson at the
coffee table. Miss Linda Rush-
ing attended the bride's book.


Mrs. Opal Owens and Mrs.
Lucille Pierce served as floor
hostesses. Members of the
Port St. Joe Garden Club'
decorated and catered for the
reception. Misses Gena and
Holly Gates passed out rice
bags and scrolls during the
reception. .
. The wedding was under the
direction of Mrs. Charlotte
Pierce.
Following a wedding trip to
North Carolina, the couple will
reside in Port St. Joe. Both the
bride and groom are employ-
ed by The Southwestern Com-
pany of Nashville, Tn.
The rehearsal dinner was
held April 8 at the Port St. Joe
Garden Club Center, and was
hosted by Cecil M. Pettis of
Port St. Joe.
Mrs. Frances Chafin, aunt
of the .bride, hosted the
bridesmaids' luncheon April 9
in her home.
A miscellaneous' bridal
shower was held March 6 in
Lake Charles, La. in the home
of Mrs. Cindy Benoit. Hostes-
ses were Mrs. Cindy Benoit.
Mrs. Margaret Benoit, Mrs.
Dot Guzman, and Mrs. Denise
Stillings.
A miscellaneous calling bri-
dal shower was held March 19
in the First Baptist Church
Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Hosie
Oweris, Mrs. Neil Arnold, Mrs.
Bill Hammock, Mrs. Robert
Heacock, Mrs. Thurman Ja-
cobs, Mrs. Richard Lancaster,
Mrs. Hozell Leavins, Mrs. F.
F. Nelson, Mrs. Everett
Owens, Mrs. Al Smith, and
Mrs. Braxton Ward were
hostesses for the shower.
A Rice Bag Party was held
March 31 by Miss Diana
Sealey in her home.


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GOOD FRIENDS FOR LIFE
BERTY NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
A TORCHAMARK COMPANY




P. O. Box 427
Port St. Joe, FL
Phone 227-1678




-S.J. "SMILEY' ANCHORS


Registration for the 1983-84
school year will be held at
Faith Christian School, 801
20th Street, from 9 a.m. until I
L.


ed to,


weekend"

P.M.
ALLY


P.M.


ws Singers


7:00 P.M.
CES


SS CHURCH
Phone 227-1493
^ ; ; ^ 1- ,. 1


p.m. on Saturday, April ,30.
There are classes planned for
students frbm age four
through grade nine. Children
must be four years old on or
before December 31st in order
to enter.
A survey is being made to
determine the need for a three
year program. Please call
229-6707, write or come by the
school if you are interested in
enrolling a three year old.,
This is also the time, to
register your child for. sum-
mer school. Classes are pro-
posed for Elementary Math,
Language Arts, and Phonics.
This will be a six weeks course
of study beginning June 20 and
ending July 30.
Registration fee for both
Summer School and the com-
ing school year will be $20.00.
Please call the office, 229-6707
for more information.
Auto And
Homeowners.
Insurance
JEAN MALLORY
639-5322 Wewahitchka
or
785-6156 Panama City



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Mexico Beach Beauty


Pageant
Thirty-three of the prettiest,
sun-kissed misses from the
Mexico Beach .area will com-
pete in the annual Miss
Mexico Beach Pageant on
Friday, May 20 at 7 p.m. The
event will take place in a
special "big top" tent on Pier
Road and Highway 98.
The Mexico Beach Chamber'
of Commerce sponsors the
annual pageant, in which
entrants are judged on audi-
ence address, sportswear, and
evening gown. There are four
divisions: Pee Wee, ages 5-8;'
Little Miss, ages 9-11; Young
Miss, ages 12-14; and Miss
Mexico Beach, ages 15-18.
Winner in the senior category'
receives a $500 scholarship, a
trophy and crown. Winners in
the other divisions receive
cash prizes, as well as tro-
'phies and crowns. All winners
and first runners up will be
presented with flowers. Prizes
have been donated by area
merchants, and each entrant
is sponsored by a Mexico
Beach Chamber of Commerce
member. .. .
The .fiext day, .May 21,
winners will ride in" the
morning parade that kicks off
the fun-filled Ling-a-Ding Day
and ends Mexico Beach's
yearly fishing tournament.
Entertainment and 'other
events will take place in the
tent .
The 1983 pageant is being
coordinated by Mrs. Gayle
Foster, assisted by Barbara
Johnson, Panama City;. Miss
Mexico Beach 1982, Melissa
Wood; and 1982's Young Miss,
Tiffany Carr.
Entrants in each category
are:
PEE WEE: Sabrina War-
ren, Anita Lynn Davis, Rachel
Hidgon, Chrystina Marquardt,
and Amy Buchanen.
.LITTLE MISS: Kim Michel-
le Davis, Patricia Brown,
Alicia Danielle Peterson,
Christi Margaret Foster, An-
gela Simmons, Kim Buchan-
en, Mary Ruth Wood, Melissa
Hamrnons, April Elizabeth
Caldwell, Crystal Lynn Smith,
Pam Williams.
YOUNG MISS: Susan Wood,


On Tap for May
Kelli Elaine Kirkland, Teres- Trinn Roberts, Debra Wilhite,
sa Renia Cozart, Alicia N. Tammy Dawson, Stacy Creel,
Mongold, Kimberly L: Har- Kim Scott, Valeria Renfro,
vey. Debbie Davis, Renee Monica Bergeron.
Gortemoller, Tina Stallings, Admission to the May 20
Monica French. event, which begins at 7 p.m.
MISS MEXICO BEACH: CST, is $2.00.

Angel Barr

Marks


Birthday
Angel Barr was given a
surprise birthday dinner, Sun-
day, April 24, on her ninth
birthday.' ANGEL BARR
The formal dining area was
decorated with the red rose f
pattern ini the tablecloth and Saturday, April 3
the table'\accoutrements. The
centerpiece for the dining R IST
table was a beautiful floral REGI
arrangement of red and white
with greenery. Faith Chins
The guests enjoyed a dinner
of ham, potatoes, string beans 801 Twenl
corn, roll arid ice tea.
'The party room was decor- K-4 Elemen
ated in pink, yellow and
blue, with birthday balloons. K-5 1-6
Mrs. Belle DuBose entertain- .
ed the young guests with her
clown 'act. Followifig her
performance she presented HAE 11 N
each guest with a clown bag HAVE YOU NO
full of party goodies. OPL
The guests enjoyed refresh- PEOPLE WHO ARI
ments 'of pink punch with
pineapple ice cubes and a slice ;:j: i c
of the two tier cake decorated JOiin
in pink, blue and yellow, while
the honoree opened her gifts. B
Angel's father presented her g |
with nine beautiful pink car-
nations. Thad Barr, her bro-
ther. and Marty Perry served
as hosts for the birthday
dinner.
Guests helping celebrate Starts Thursda
were Maria Perry, Holly
Lyons. Alison Handley, Lisa Sessions Ev
Atkins, Vivian Miller, Shelley
Campbell, Susan Minger, Ja- CALL TODAY
son Witten, Leah Ray, Shan- 227
non Parrish, Holly Richter, 2
Angela St. Clair, Carolyn GULF COUNTY '
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Jeanet Hale, Pam Bowen, Master the skills
Steven White, Patricia Ned- Master the skills
ley, Scott Boykin, Niki Eaker, loss & life-time w
Vince Everett and Joni Peak.


PAGE FOUR


Big Bend

Twirling

Camp Slated

The Big Bend Twirling
Camp will be held in Apalachi-
cola, June 9-11. The camp is
directed by Pam Nobles,
former F.S.U. majorette. Oth-
er instructors for the camp
include Lisa Crews, feature
twirler for F.S.U., Don Kent
and Tami Campbell.
Deadline for application is
May 16. Enrollment is limited
to students ages six and up.
For more information con-
tact Cindy Belin.



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dam o, .-4
Ted Cannon, chairman of the Board of the Gulf County Heart Association, looks on, a
Mayor Pate inks a proclamation designating May 2-9 as "Heart Week" In Port St. Joe.

Heart Week Proclaimed


Mayor Frank Pate has
proclaimed next week, May
f I2nd to 9th, as Heart Week in
Gulf County. ,,,.
One out of every two deaths
n Florida this year will be
caused by heart attack or
stroke. That means that over
50,000 Floridians will be killed.
by this disease. Not all of them
are elderly. One out of every
five victims will be less than
50 years old..: .


The American Heart Asso-
ciation is spending nearly
three million dollars in Flori-
da alone on research in 1983:
over' one and one half million
will be spend on public and
professional education; and
over one million in Com-
munity Services. '
Here in Gulf .County, money
will 'be spent on equipment
and supplies for the, school
system, the ambulance squad,
free blood pressure service,
and the public health pro-
gram. From Heart Associa-
tion research has come techni-
ques which make possible
heart transplants, pace-


"makers, by-pass surgery, Joe, Florida, 32456.
electro-cardiograms, and an
ever increasing knowledge of
th( madny phases :of ;heart.
sieA&Ech o has a dh-
stake in this research.
Many members of the Gulf -
County community and also
the Port St. Joe High School Il 6 OZ. LC
Band will be calling on REG. 1.6
residents during Heart Week.
You are urged to give gener-
ously. If you are not contact-
ed, please make a check
payable to Heart Association, |
and mail it to Heart, Port St. I


Senior Citizens Sponsor


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APR. 28, 1983


George G. Tapper Roast Friday


' BY JERRY REAM Ruth Beverly is the Chair
Greetings to all of you from Person, and Mr. Kenneth
the members and staff of the Swan is the Co-Chair Person.
Gulf County Senior Citizens Already they have been in-
L- Association. strumental in securing seeds,
The excitement and enthu- trees, railroad ties, etc. which,
siasm that is abounding with. will soon be delivered and then
S us is unbelievable. As you all put into place around the
know by now, the fund-raising Center. All of our members
S Roast of former Senator are pleased and participating
*^ George G. Tapper is coming in this beautification project
up this Friday evening at 7 and we're all happy about
p.m., and the response we sprucing up the place.
have been receiving is great. The sale of the freeze-dried
We've also 'just arranged to Sky Lab Foods, our other
have the entire affair covered major fundraiser, is moving
on television by both Channel 7 along, so briskly that we've
and Channel 13. So, put on instituted another incentive.
your best bib 'n tucker and Now, you can receive a price
come prepared to eat a great break by purchasing these
meal and be entertained ro- delicious meals by the case.
yally. And, remember to smile This means you receive six
a lot...you might be on TV! complete meals for the price
Well, there's so much to of five- just $10.00 per case.
share with you all, we hardly Keep vacations, fishing trips,
s know where to begin. A recent camping trips' and hunting
meeting of the Advisory trips in mind- these meals
Board, which is comprised of are the smart and nutritious
elected members of the Asso- way to go!
ciatign, founded a "beautifica- \ We're looking forward to.
tion" project here at the sharing the success of our
Senior Citizens Center. Mrs. up-coming Roast with you


next week, as well as the other
activities we are involved in
on an on-going basis.
Remember to secure your
tickets to the Friday, April
29th Roast, and to purchase
the Sky Lab Food, either call
us at the Center at 229-8466, or
write use at P. 0. Box 776,
Port St. Joe, Fl 32456.

May Fellowship

Day for Women
The women of the Port St.
Joe Presbyterian Church have
sent invitations to the churc-
es of the community inviting
their women to a May Fellow-
ship Day at the Presbyterian
Church, 16 and Forest Avenue,
on Friday, May 6, from 2-4
p.m.
You are asked to take some
time from your busy sche-
dules and come for refresh-
ments and greet old anid new
acquaintances!


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



The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

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


I


S elie arnmng- Center
706 Woodward Ave.
' -Port St. Joe, FL
229-6303


FEE SCHEDULE
1Child ..............Per Week '32.50
2 Children ........ ... .Per Week 50.00
Drop-Ins... .... ...... ... 11.25 prHr.
After School Drop-lnS(lIncludes Snack) 112.00

S WE WILL BE TEACHING THE
FOLLOWING CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:
Alphabet Color Concepts
Number Sequence Motor Skills
Body Parts Perceptual Skills

PHILOSOPHY:
We feel that is is our responsibility to assist each child
in growing to his or her fullest potential..... socially,
emotionally, physically and intellectually.
S *Special Activities are Planned
for the Summer
GLENDA WHITFIELD,
Owner/Director



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* NO EXTRA CHARGE for groups
* LIMITED OFFER one per subject,
one per family


BADCOCK FURNITURE
Thursday, May 5
10 a.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 5 p.m.


CALADI UM

BULBS

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AVAILABLE AT
THE STAR
306 Williams Ave.
By the Port St. Joe
Garden Club


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Pre-School Screen


for
B. Walter
.County SchoolS
announces the
Kindergarten
.and Screeni
throughout the
students who wi
:'old on or before
S1983.
:. Personnel fro
? Gulf County Gu
Gulf County H
- ment and the
teer Program w
ing the clinics.
This Kinderga
tion-Screening
:. important for
state law requi
child entering
first time hav
and health score


Kindergarteners

Wilder, Gulf ing will'be done in the areas of The Kindergarten screening
Superintendent hearing, vision, weight, clinics are scheduled as fol
schedule for speech and language, concept lows:
Registration formation, fine and gross Wewahitchka Elementary
ing Clinics motor coordination, general School, Linton Site, May 13,
e County for health and social-emotional 8:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.; Port St.
ill be five years development. Joe Elementary, Kindergar.
e September 1, Each child who is screened ten Site, May 20, 8:00 A.M.-
must be accompanied by a 2:00 P.M.; Highland View
)m the schools, parent or legal guardian. You Elementary, School Library,
guidance Clinic, must bring a copy of the May 23, 8:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.
healthh Depart- child's birth certificate and an For further information,
Parent Volun- immunization record. Wewahitchka area call Betty
ill be conduct- New Kindergarten students Husband at 639-5377 or 639-
for the school year 1983-84 are 2476, Port St. Joe-Highland
arten Registra- expected to participate in the View area call Lois Byrd at
Clinic is very preschool screening. 227-1221.


your child. A
ires that each
school for the
e educational
ening. Screen-


GOOD
SEASONS
to see your good
neighbor agent









CAR HOME
LIFE HEALTH

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




S ATE FAU -
INSUANCE COMPANIES
Ho m. OMice.: Bloomi.o... .Mol.a


The Port St. Joe Elementary School P.T.A. honored Its
teachers last Wednesday afternoon on National Teacher Ap-
preciation Day. The teachers Were served refreshments and
a special cake decorated to commemorate the teaching pro-
fession. In the photo above, Ned Alles, president of the PTA,
is shown with Christine Williams, Treasurer of the Gulf Coun-
ty Teachers Association. -Star photo


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Ling Fiesta Day


May 20 and 21 are this year's
dates to remember in Mexico
Beach for the annual Ling
Beauty Pageant and Fiesta
Day. One of the highlights of
the Ling Fiesta weekend will
be the appearance of the
Raider family Saturday even-
ing, May 21. The Raiders are
the owners of the famed
"Ocean Opry" in Panama Ci-
ty Beach. They will be perfor-
ming at 7:00 p.m., CDT, at the
"Big Top", which will be set
up on Pier Road, 37th St., at


Mexico Beach. '
There is still time to pick up
advance tickets for the Raider
Family show. Advance tickets
are $5.00 adult and $2.50 under
12. Tickets may be purchased
at the following: Port St. Joe--
Radio Shack, Campbell's
Drug, Perry's Pizza. Mexico
Beach locations for ticket
sales are: Mini-Mall Shop,
Mexico Beach Grocery, and
Parker Realty. These are go-
ing fast, so be early and enjoy
one. of the finest Northwest


Homecoming At:


First Pentecostal


The First Pentecostal Holi-
ness Church, corner of Garri-
son and 20th Street, Port St.
Joe, will be having their
Homecoming activities this
weekend.
On Friday, April 29th, "Pen-
tecostal Rally" will be at 7:00
P.M. with Bishop Leon 0.
Stewart speaking. A Gospel
Sing with J. G. Whitfield and
the Singing News Singers will
be held on Saturday night. 'Oi


CTBS Test

Scores To

Go Home

Friday

School Superintendent Wal-
ter Wilder has announced that
results of the Comprehensive
Tests of Basic Skills admini-
stered in March to Gulf
County students in grades
K-11 will be sent home to
parents on Friday, April 29th.
Should questions arise con-
cerning test results, parents of
elementary students should
contact their child's home-
room teacher. And parents of
high school students should
contact the school guidance
counselor.


'sods rison ga'To


BeShown Saturd a y+ :


"God's Prison Gang," a
newly released film featuring
Al Capone's getaway driver,
the last member of Bonnie and
Clyde's gang and two other
notorious criminals who have
become Christians will be
shown at Highland View
Church of God, 323 6th St.,
Highland View, on Saturday,
April 30. The showing is
scheduled to begin at 7:00
P.M.
- The film, shot behind the
walls of New Yoik's Attica
prison, is hosted by Art
Linkletter. It tells the story of
how the work of International
Prison Ministry is accomp-
lishing what more guards,
higher prison walls and great-
er financial expenditures have
failed to do- keep released
inmates from returning to
lives of crime. .
Telling their stories in the
'44-minute film ,are George
Meyer, Al Capone's favorite
driver; Floyd Hamilton, (Pub-


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Dealer Inquiies Invited

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lic Enemy No. 1) the last of the
Bonnie and Clyde Gang; Jerry
Graham, the "robber king" of
California; and Ted Jefferson,
convicted of. crimes from
drugs and robbery to murder.
Also featured is "Chaplain
Ray," whose Dallas-based In-
ternational Prison Ministry
has changed the lives of
thousands of inmates over the
past 18 years.
The Reverend Ira J. Ni-
chols, pastor of Highland View
Church of God, said he hopes '
all citizens concerned about
the problem of rising crime
will attend the free screening
of the film.

Tuiinh Your

CF. Money
All children who partici-
pated in the Cystic Fibrosis
Bike-A-Thon 'are asked to
collect the money from their
sponsors, and bring it to the
Star this Friday, April 29, at
4:00.
Even if you were not able to
ride with the group last
Saturday, you will still be able
to bring your money, and
qualify for the prizes. .For
more information please call
Donna Harcus at 227-1495.,

Zon Fair

Plans Program
Zion Fair will be having a
program on Sunday, May 1st
at 11:00 A.M. for the P.A.
system. The speaker of the
hour will be Rev. Napolean
Pittman of Tyndall Air Force"
Base.
Everyone is invited to at-
tindI


Sunday, May 1st, Bishop Leon
0. Stewart will be speaking in
the 11:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M.
services.
Pastor Ernest A.. Barr and
the' hurch cordially invite the
public to attend these Home-
coming activities. For any
information call' 227-1493. '


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






CUMB
Harry and Sybil Cumbaa
Owners


-tfUMuI OF CONDITION

Consolidating domestic subsidiaries of the


Florida National Bank


Florida entertainments..
Other highlights of the Ling
Fiesta weekend will be the
awarding of trophies for the
six-week fishing tournament
.(April 9,-May 21). ,
: The Miss Mexico Beach
Beauty Contest will be
featured on Friday evening,
May 20, at 7:00 at the "Big
Top". *A bevy of 35 local
beauties is entered in the
pageant.
Fiesta Day has a full day of
activities slated, with runners
encouraged to warm up for the
5,000 Meter Run at 7:30 a.m.
CDT. Other activities include"
a parade with Port St. Joe
High School band and many
area dignitaries. Sailboat rac-
ing and many other varied ac-,
tivities promise a day of fun
and enjoyment. An assort-
ment of food booths promise a
delight to the tastebuds of
those attending.
For further information call
64 W908.


CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Streefand Marvin Avenue
SUNDAY SCHOOL .............. .10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ........... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .............. 6:00 P.M.
WEDNFSD.-Y EVENING..... .,. 7:00 P.M.
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BAPTISTCHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave..
Welcome Friend'
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 9:45A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE .......... 11:00 A.M. & 7'30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) .. .... 6-30 P.M
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) ........ 7'30 P M.
Nursery Provided BRO. JERRY REGISTER


n)iNOW OPEN INPeliilliiRT ST. JOE
NOW OPEN IN PORT ST. JOE :


of Port St. Joe


In the state of Florida at the cloe of business on March 31, .1983
published In response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under title 12, United States Code. Section 161.


Charter number 14902
Statement of Resources and abilities


National Bank Region Number SIXTH
.. .. Thousands of dollars


Cash and due from depository institutions ... .;...,. ........... .....:........ ... 722,
U.S. Treasury securities .............. .... .... ...... ....... S1,458,
Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations ............. .............. 479,
Obligations of States and political subdivisions
in the United States ...................... ............. ..... ... 4,0 2,
All other securities ..... ........ ............... .. ..... ..... ; 056,
Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ...... ... .. .. 0,
Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) .............. ... 12,203,
Less: Allowance for possible loan losses. ............ .... 077, I
Loans. Net . . ............... .. ....... .. .... . 12, 126,
Lease financing receivables ....... ......... .. . ............... .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises .....,..... ...
Real estate owned other than bank premises .. .............. ... .. ..........~...... Ctm
Intangible assets ..... .... .. . 244,
All other assets .. .. ..... .. .. ..... ...... ............ ............. .......... 135,
. TOTAL ASSETS ........................ ............... ..... 21,288,
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships.
, and corporations .. ......... ........... ............ ....... 6.169.,
Time and savings deposits of individuals, partner-
ships. and corporations .. .... ... ........................................ 8,795,
Deposits of United States Government ..... ................ ....................... 01 ,
Deposits of States and political subdivisions in
the United States. ... .. ....... ....................................... I 3,434
All other deposits .... ......... ...... ....... .... .PI'M
Certified and officers checks ..... ... ....................... .... .. ............ 44R,
Total Deposits ..... ...... .................. ..... ........... .. ........ 18.859.
Total demand deposits ...... ......... .............. 7,427,
Total time and savings deposits. ...... I.................. 11,4", 1
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ....... ..... 500,
Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to the U.S. Treasury and other
liabilities for borrowed money .................... . .. ..... .. ... ...... 1
Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases ................................. NfW
All other liabilities ............. ...................................... 166,
TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures)....................... 19,525,
Subordinated notes and debentures ; . .... ................................... NONE


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FellowshipService -

At Philadelphia

PrnitWe Bptist w,
sta
The women of Philadelphia be
Primitive Baptist Church will be
be having their First Sunday
Fellowship Service at 11:00
A.M. on May 1.
Minister Walter Leslie will
be the guest speaker, and
everyone is invited to come.


Preferred stock No. shares outstanding NONE
Common stock No. shares authorized 16,000
No. shares outstanding 16,000
S urplus ........................ ... .......
Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies and other capital
TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL .................. ..............
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL ..............

Amounts outstanding as of report date:
Standby letters of credit, total ..... ....... .. .........
Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or m
Other.time deposits in amounts of $100.000 or more ........
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with rep
Total deposits ......... ................... ...........


e, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this
itement of resources and liabilities. We declare that it has
en examined by us, and to the best of our knowledge and
lief is true and correct.


Directors


In Sumatra, tin may not be
carried into a gold mine for
fear it may make the gold flee.


.. .. (par value) [ NONE I

........ (par value) 400,
.................. ... ...... '6 5 0 ,
reserves ................... 713,
....................... ...... 1,76 3,
........ .. ....... .... 21.288 ,


... ... ............... N OM P
ore .......... ......... ..... ,7 4 ,
........... . . Nw .
port date:
. ...... ............... I 19 ,796 I



I. Glen W. Williams

Senior Vice President & Cashier
T*e
of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this
Report of Condition is true and correct to the best of
my knowledge and belief.



April 22, 1983


TIM. NELSON, DVM

Port St. Joe Veterinary Clinic
411 Baltzell Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
Announces
Full-Time Office Hours
Monday Friday
9 a.m. 12 p.m. 2 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
Phone 229-8400
4i14128


First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .. 1000 A.M
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS 1100A.M.
Study in the Gospels. Wednesday 7-00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857


Tlephene
9041
229-8932
NIghts and
after 5 p.m.
S227-1436


AA MEMORIAL SERVICE
Carl Goodson,
Manager


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THE STAR, Port St.Joe, Fla. TllURSDAY, APR. 28, 1983


PAGE SEVEN


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Mental Healh Week


First Organized In 1949


Ladies' Sprin

s Smith captured the Western Auto trophy in the
Spring Tournament held on April 20 and 21 at St.
s'Bay Country Club. Mrs. Smith took the trophy with
*oss score of 180. Other winners in the Championship
'ere: Claryce Whaley, first; Hazel Barton, second;
nith, third; and Bobble Watts, low putts.
it flight winners were: Zella Anderson, first; Jean
,'-i,-" "';.. *. = .-,*. t."* '. .,. .


Pauline
business, I will still probably ge
5:30 in the morning. and sta~lt
pies from.fo ce-of-habit nshe s
l '"Pauline's", as her restaura
known, in spite of valiant efforts
to name the business, "Jake's'
her late husband, became that
ing place every small towi
Loosely run, it was hard for a st
toligure out who was running the
uhinil he had been around a while.
of ran itself with Mrs Mouchette
it a nudge every once in a while.
nudge came seven days a week


County's
sometimes up to six years
long.
Chairman Branch said St
Joe Beach would have a
surplus mini-pumper within
two to three weeks when a
tanker they were working on
S was complete. He suggested
S theOverstreet department use
this truck until something
could be done about providing
protection to the community
Evan Williams, chief of the
St. Joe Beach department,
offered the service of the
pumper and offered to be of |


Golf Winn ers

Gander, second and Frances Brown, third. Second flight win-
ners were: Vivian Hardy, first; Meta Buzzett, second an'd Ida
Copenhaver, third.
Shown from left: Ida Copenhaver, Vivian Hartly,
Frances Brown, Zella Anderson, Lols Smith, Bobble Watt.,,
Claryce Whaley, Hazel Barton and Meta Buzzett.


In 1909, an ex-mental patient
named Clifford Beers decided
to organize a group to promote.
citizen interest and activity on
behalf of the mentally ill: That
organization was called the
National Committee for Men-
tal Hygiene, and in 1950 it
merged with two other organi-
zations, the National Mental
Health Foundation and the.
Psychiatric Foundation, to
form what is today the Mental
Health Association.
The first Mental Health
Week was held in April 1949, to
bring the public's attention to
the goals and activities of the
nation's mental health pro-
grams. Sponsored by the U. S.
Junior Chamber of Commer-
ce, several state governors
officially proclaimed the
week, and many local associa-
tion chapters held special
educational programs and dis-
tributed information. To gain
interest and' support f for
mental health programs from
the business community, a
special Business and Industry
Committee was formed.
Within two years, the obser-
vance of Mental Health Week


Advantages to


Direct Deposit


's budget re- bring every student to a high level of People in the North Florida ciation or similar institution,,
nature calls for achievement to insure a sound economic area who receive Social Se- or Fede ral or State chartered
Gulf public future for Florida," Graham said. curity or Supplementil Se- credit ur.1on.
rs, his budget To improve public schools in this area, curity Income checks' can Direct deposit means that
the Governor's budget also recommends reap several advantages if people do 6ot have to stand in
s designed to that $200,000 be available for school they choose to have them line to cas h or deposit the
he top quarter construction and maintenance in 1983-84. deposited directly into an check; that money is always
am said. "We In addition, Graham has recommend- account in a financial institu- available, eve Xnif the person is
better and we ed a 26 percent increase for the education tion, Ann R. Kinard, Social away from hor.tae; there are no.
nce of that program and a 498 percent increase for Security field representative check cashing problems; and
ent perform- library books and equipment at Gulf Coast for Gulf County, said recently, there is no wo"ry about the-
Community College, over the next two Checks can be deposited check being lost\or stolen.
better job to years. directly into an account in a To arrange foi direct de-
bank, savings and loan asso- posit, the person should con-
tact the financial oi -ganization
"... of his or her choicea'nd ask for
.... a direct deposit form' SF-1199.
(Continued from Page 1) Completion of the form only
authorizes deposits. 'into a.
et up at 5:30 in the morning until 9:00 at night. Pauline said. "I have never been out person's account.
baking, ...,. There wasta lot of hard work went into sick during all thetime.I have operated A person should cheek and
said. this place." the restaurant. I hope now, though, I ind out how the ,.fiWVia.!..
nt was For several years, Rev. Johnie can at least take a day off now and then organization will handle' the
by her McCurdy, a Methodist minister here for and go shopping with my daughter, account and whether there is
', after several years, carried a key to the Debbie (Mrs. James Tankersley) every any charge for the servct i.
gather- place and'opened up in the morning. once in a while, without having to get Tostopdirectdepositsotliat
n has. McCurdy was an early riser and he back and see about the restaurant." the check will be delivered to. a
ranger contended Pauline didn't open up early person's home or elsewhere,
place, enough for him to get his morning Pauline says her future is not the person should contact his\
It sort coffee. So McCurdy opened the door completely settled yet. "First thing I or her Social Security office
giving and got the coffee ready himself while have to do is get used to the idea that I and be specific that he or she
"That Pauline was busy baking pies- can lay in bed in the morning once in a no longer wants direct deposit.
k from "I have plenty to be thankful for", while if I want". If possible, the person should
leave the account at the
financial institution open until
-e '" after Social Security has re-
a (Contined from Page 1) corded the new address. Clo-
... .-' ':sing the account prematurely
age n gred mi per' .sp o Twill cause the financial itnstitu-
help to the rural community in hospitals and nursing homes. -Agreed to establish a 35 tioln to return any payments to
seeking government aid in -Agreed to a working rela- milei per hour speed limit on Treasury and it may take time
getting equipment for their tionship between the St. Joe Overstreet Road where it to reissue them.
department. Beach and Mexico Beach fire intersects with Highway 71. A person with direct deposit
"The county will help where departments. -Agreed to add $500 to the should also remember to
OTHER BUSINESS -Agreed to do final inspec- Community Services budget notify Social Security of any
In other business items, the tion of the Beach Fire Depart- to bail the program out of a change in address so that he or
County Commission: ment building on Friday of financial shortfall in the north she will receive notices'from
-Offered to give a certificate this week, end of the county. Social Security. Failure to
-Offered to give a certificate report an change of address
of need to John GilmoreF-of can result in suspension of
Gilmore Funeral Home to T check.
s^ ;^ -c... -..,,, ,Md te checks.^


establish
transport
county, pI
people ba


a non-emergency
action system in the
primarily to transport
ack and forth from


CLOSE-OUT




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(Continued from Page 1)
FOUR TIMES A YEAR
Lt. Webb said Tyndall AFB
would be participating in the
noise-producing training exer-
cises four times a year. The
next operation is scheduled for
May 14 of this year.
"There will be little to no
danger to people only the
noise problems now and then"
Lt. Webb said. He pointed that
if people did have any damage
complaints in the future, all
they had to do was to call the
air force base and the matter
would be handled promptly.


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CHURCH OF GOD

"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00 P. M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7.00 P.M.
Pastor Ira J. Nichols


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had grown to. include the
participation of more than
4500 organizations in over a
thousand communities ail
over the nation. The 1951
theme, '"Build Mental Health
...Our Children's Birth Right,
the Nation's Strength" was
aired on radio and television
shows and featured in news-
paper and magazine articles
arind thousands of brochures.
Mental Health Week has
grown into Mental Health
Month in an effort to make the
public even more aware of the
activities and services of the'
Mental Health Association
and the needs of the mentally
ill.
The Mental Health Associa-
tion's new symbol was origi-
nally prepared for the 1973
Mental Health Month cam-
paign. Designed to symbolize
the historic and the ongoing'
efforts of the Association, its
shows a group of people
standing in a circle with hands
joined. At the center of this
unbroken circle is the historic
Mental He-t ":Bel. _sym--
bol Ofh'th MHA's'AViiht for
mental health and against
mental illness. -
The bell was forged from
shackles, chains and other
restraints once used in mental
institutions. The melting down
of these restraints-into a bell
of freedom symbolized the end
of an old era and the beginning
of a new one in mental health
attitudes and approaches. The
inscription of the bell reads:
"Cast from shackles which
bound them, this bell shall
ring out hope for the mentally
ill and victory over mental
illness." The Mental Health
Bell is displayed at the Mental
Health Association National
Headquarters.
Around the picture of the
bell, people symbolize the
power of different individuals
united to change conditions.
The unbroken circle of people
symbolizes togetherness and
unity of organization. There
are twelve people in the circle,
symbolizing that mental


health is a full-time year-
round activity,
This year, May is "Mental
Health Month" in the state of
Florida and in the nation. Gulf
Countians are urged to sup-.
port mental health in our area.
The* Gulf County Guidance


Clinic, Inc. serves the mental
health needs of children and
adults of all ages in Gulf and
surrounding communities.
Further information regar-
ing mental health information
or services can be obtained'by
calling the Clinic at 227-11i45.


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governor Bob .Graham'
nendation to the Legisla
percent increase for
Is over the next two yea
announced last week.
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Florida's schools into th
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APR. 28, 1983


DON'T EXPERIMENT
WITH YOUR HEALTH
Experiments belong with the researchers in the
laboratories, not in your family. Never :ry to decide
for yourself or with the advice of a well meaning
* friend, how to treat an illness. Leave this to the
experts your physician and his professional
aides.
* | We would never try to create a new medicine in
our pharmacy. We rely on the reliable drug firms
with their careful, extensive research. Only when a
drug is approved for safe use will it get on our 3
prescription shelves.

"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their presrlptions, health needs and other
pharmacy products. We consider this trust a
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
family pharmacy?"


BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
Iree Parking Drive-In Window
229-8771 317 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
Za 4-1-83 a

a iEwflUBuKa ifYi;!:* ,t:


SEye

-Openers

By Dr.
-Wesley Grace


.- A THOROUGH
S EYE EXAMINATION
:- Part I,
*' WMiat is an optometrist do-
m:" i when he checks
: VISUAL ACUITY?
--A An optometrist is measur-
; I how clearly you see
Iftim distance and from
near. For distance vision,
S th' standard testing dis-
tance is 20 feet; for near-
,. seeing clarity, a standard
distance of 14 to 16 Inches is
used because most reading
:. and close tasks are encoun-
d tered at this distance. If a
. patient's occupation or hob-
by Involves an intermed-
late or unusual distance,
: special tests can be given
i at that range.
-Why does the optometrist
ask so many "which is
S clearer" questions when
i he/she has just examined
my eyes with instruments?
T .A., he SUBJECTIVE part of
-your eye exaiiiination is
S'important because It con-
S firms or disputes the objec-
t ,ive evaluation of how your
brain interprets 'what you
S see. ;t may indicate the
need'for further testing.
Presented As A
Public Service by
S'::R. WESLEY GRACE
OPTOMETRIST
322 Long Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
227-1410


General Gay
Named Engineer
General Forrest T. Gay, III,
of the U. S. Army Corps of
Engineers, has been appoint-
ed Division Engineer of the
South Atlantic Division, which
comprises North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia, Flo-
rida, Alabama and the is-
lands.
General Gay is a native of
St. Petersburg, and a West
Point graduate.
He is married to the former
Mary Carolyn Branch, daugh-
ter of former State Senator
and Mrs. T. Drew Branch of
Sumatra. General and Mrs.
Gay have a daughter, Mary
Priscilla.

Free Blood
Pressure Checks
The Saint Joseph Bay Chap-
ter of the American Associa-
tion of Retired People will
offer free blood pressure
testing at the Florida First
National Bank on Tuesday,
May 3 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
E.D.T.
Don't risk having a stroke,
stop by and have your blood
pressure checked. It's for
everyone, young or old.

CARD OF THANKS
We, the family of the late
Mother Emma Jones, would
like to thank all of our many
friends for all the cards,
flowers, food, telephone calls,
and other acts of kindness
shown to use during her recent
death.
Roy and Minnie Likely
Lesa Jones
Clara Evans


Bay St. Joseph Care Center
220 Ninth Street
Is Now Accepting
: Patient Applications
"- Pick Up Applications at Nursing Home



Iirt nteod fl/ oasI Chur,

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



NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor,
SUNDAY SCHOOL...................... 9:30A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................. 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ........... .... 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer.
Mar Our Brother"


Most Americans Need More Exercise


.Most Americans don't get
vigorous exercise at work or
during leisgre hours, yet they
realize the need, for more
physical activity in their lives.
Many- think they are getting
enough exercise from golfing,
bowling or vacuuming 'the
house, yet these activities do
not produce the benefits, of
regular, more vigorous exer-


cise.
There are several activities
which provide, exercise, such
as running, or jumping rope.
The exercise should involve
large muscle groups such as
those of the legs and back.
These activities are some-
times called "aerobics"-
meaning the body uses oxygen
to produce the energy needed


LibraryAdvisory BBI Male
Board Meets Chorale at


The Gulf County Advisory
Board met Monday, April 18,
at the Wewahitchka Library
with Nolan Treglown, chair-
man, presiding.
Discussions about the bud-
get, book sale, ten-year Li-
brary plan and public rela-
tions resulted in definite plans
for a book. sale to be held in
conjunction with the Kiwanis
Pancake Day on May 7. All
proceeds will go to the Library
Board for use at both libraries
in Gulf County.
Mr. Treglown read a letter
from George Firestone, Secre-
tary of State, stating the
Council for Florida libraries
had prepared a public rela-
tions campaign for April to
show how the business 'com-
munity could utilize the re-
sources of libraries.
Sample copies of a ten year
plan for the libraries of Gulf
County were given to each
member for study before the
next meeting.

17th Aidorne

Iimts Mmbers
The 17th Airborne Division
Association, composed of men
who served as paratroopers
and glidermen in the 17th
Airborne Division during
World War 11, is conducting a
membership drive to locate all
former members.
If you served with this
Division, please contact Ed-
ward Siergiej, "Secretary-
Treasurer, 62 Forty Acre
Mountain Road, Danbury,
Connecticut 06810, for details
of the Division Association as
well as information about the
30th Annual Reunion which
this year'will be held at the
Peabody Hotel, Memphis,
Tennessee on August 11-14.


Revival at
White City
There will be a revival at
White City Assembly of God
May 1-4, 7:00 P.M. EST.
Guest Ugqaker will be Evar i-
gelist Cha lie Fowler.
Rev. Charles Jackson, P'as-
tor, invites everyone to attend.


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for' the activity. Nowadays,
many people are rediscover-
ing the benefits of regular,;
vigorous exercise.
Potential benefits for people
who exercise regularly /in-
clude additional energy, "im-
provement in self iriaage,
increased resistance to5'fati-
gue, decrease in anxiety or
depression, and improvement

Weekend of

Baseba 1l
The St. Joe S uggers will
play host to a/weekend. of
baseball. On ,Saturday, the
Sluggers will rilay Perry, and
will face Monticello onSunday.
afternoon.
Game tinre for both games
is 3:00 p.m". The Sluggers in-
vite every' 6ne to come out and
enjoy fin afternoon of
baseball

GCCC Sets

S unmner

Schedule
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege summer classes will be
held May 9- June 16, from
6:30-9:00 p.m., at the Port St.
Joe Elementary School. Re-,
gistration will be held the first
night of each class. Cost is
S$17.00 per semester hour..
Courses offered are: Mon-
day and Wednesday, MAC
1104 (College Algebra); and
PSY 2012 (General Psycho-
logy). On Tuesday and Thurs-
day, POS 2001 (Introduction to
Government) will be offered.
Course requests for the Fall
semester should be submitted
by May 1. Call Beverly Rich at
229-6044.

Veteran's
Office Closing9
The Veteran's Service Of-
fice will be closed May 2-6, ac-
cording to the Service Officer,
Jim Sealey. Mr. Sealey will be
attending a training seminar
during this time.
In case of emergency, aid
may be obtained by calling
1/800/282-8821, toll free.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mack and Antoinette
Hughes of Port St. Joe an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Jacob Clayton Hughes, on
April 19.
Jacob greeted the world at
eight pounds, 9;4 ounces, and
is 21 inches long.
? -..THS -


1st Baptist
The Male Chorale of Baptist
Bible Institute .will present an
hour concert in the Port St.
Joe First Baptist Church,
Friday evening at 8:00 on
April 29. '.,
The Chorale is under the
direction of Dr. J. T. Owens,
Associate Professor of Music
at the Institute in Graceville.
The Chorale consists of 16
men, thirteen who serve in
Tri-State Southern Baptist,
Churches as Ministers of
Music, and three as Pastors.
The concert will meet the
-diverse musical taste of the
community from the classics'
to spirituals and gospel songs.
The public is cordially invited.
to attend this community-wid e
concert.
--
Mrs. Taylor ,

Hosts Circle
Mission Circle Tw / of the
First United Methodist
Church met Monda? /, April 18
with Mrs. Roy 'r aylor as
hostess. Eleven m embers and
two guests were present.
The meeting ,' as'icalled to
order by Chai person Mrs.
-Edith Stone- 'who gave the
devotional fro ,m John 3:16.
After the Committee- re-
ports;, a prof;ram was present-
ed by M'rs. Joe Hendrix
-entitled "'he Power of the
Quiet Center." Mrs. Kitty
Jones assisted :by reading
from M.itthew, "Be Still and
Know that I am God". Mrs.
Hubert. Brinson ended the
program with prayer.'
Thr. group was dismissed
with the mission Benediction.

Sclhool.Gym "
Open for Use
The Gulf County Communi-
ty Services office has an-
nounced that the Port St. Joe
Elementary School gym is,
now open for public use. Hours
are Monday, Tuesday, and
Thursday from 7-10 p.m.
Activities are under the
supervision of Charles Gai-
thers. The gym. is open' to
persons of all ages.

Quartz has as many names
as it has colors: pink is
called rose quartz; purple
or violet, amethyst; yellow
is known as "false topaz."


I


you will enjoy. Here are some
-questions that can help you
choose the right kind of
exercise for you.
How physically fit are you?
If you've been inactive for
awhile, you may want to begin
with less strenous activities
that will allow you to become
more fit without' straining
your body. As you get into
better shape, you can.change
to a more vigorous activity.
Do you like to exercise alone
or With other people? Com-
panionship can help you get
started and keep going.
How much money are you
willing to spend for sports
equipment or facilities? Many
activities require little or no


equipment. Sometimes the
investment is as little as a pair
of walking or running shoes.
When can you best fit the
activity into your schedule?
Do you feel more like exer-
cising in the morning, after-
noon, or evening?. Consider
moving other activities
around, Schedule your exer-
cise as a regular part of your
activities. Remember that
exercise sessions are spread
out over the week and needn't
take more than 25 to 40
minutes at a time.
By choosing activities you
like, you will be much more
likely to exercise regularly,
keep on exercising and enjoy-
ing its many benefits.


PUBLIC SALE


SURPLUS STATE VEHICLES

Public Sealed Bid Sale
2:00 p.m., May 3, 1983
One (1) -Ton Pickup
One (1) 1-Ton Pickup '
One (1) 2-Ton Dump Truck
Equipment may be inspected' at St. Joseph ..
State Park, on State Road 30 off U.S. 98, Port.
St. Joe, Florida, telephone number :,
904/227-1327, Monday through Friday from ,'
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. '
Interested bidders may obtain bid forms at
inspection site or by writing td the Florida :
Department of 'Natural Resources, 3900 r
Commonwealth Boulevard, Tallahassee,
Florida 32303. Sale is open to the public.'
The Florida Department of Natural
Resources also hat other automotive equip-
ment for sale at various locations in the
State at this time. For information call
904/488-5536. X

This Department reserves the right to reject L:P
any and all bids. ,
2. 4/21. :


"The Story of the Kelly
Gang," an Australian film
from 1906, was the first
film to run over one hour.


Billy Jam, s McMullon

He' Ohne
Billy Jamrnes McMullon, son
of Archie/and Vickie McMul-
lon of Port St. Joe, celebrated
his first ?birthday with a party-
April 30
Billy i. the grandson of Mrs.
James I L. Kelley of Jones
Homeste.ad, and Mr. Bill
McMullon of Highland View.


There are three basic types
of activities that affect your
heart. Vigorous exercise such
as cross-country skiing, hik-
ing, ice hockey, jogging,
jumping rope, rowing, run-
ning in place and stationary
cycling need to be done at
least fifteen minutes, three
times a week. Then they will'
help condition your heart and
lungs, burn off a lortof calories
and give you many other
,benefits.
'Bicycling, downhill skiing,
.basketball, calisthenics, field
hockey, handball, racquetball,
soccer, squash, swimming,
tennis (singles) and walking
are moderately vigorous acti-
vities but can be, excellent
conditioners if done briskly for
at least thirty minutes, three
times a week. 'When done
briskly, they give the same
beneifts as those activities in
the preceding paragraph.'
The third type of exercising,
includes baseball, bowling,
football, golf (on foot or by
cart), softball, and volley ball.
Though these activities are
not vigorous or sustained, they
still have certain benefits-
they can be enjoyable, help
improve coordination 'and
muscle tone and help relieve
tension. However, they nei-
ther condition the heart and
Slung, nor burn off many
calories.
The key to a successful
exercise program is choosing
an activity (or activities) that


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r in relaxation and sleep habits.
Exercise also tones the mus-
cles, and burns off calories to
help lose extra pounds and,
control the appetite.
You need to burn off 3500
calories more than you take in
to lose one pound. If you want
to lose W.eight, regular exer-
cise can help you in several
ways. First, you can eat your'
usual amount of calories but
exercise more, or you can eat
fewer calories and exercise
more.' This is an even better
way to lose weight.
Make exercise and fitness a

part of your 'life pattern, like-
shaving and washing. Don't
pay much attention to fatness,
just develop your fitness.
Exercise that improves the
condition of your heart and
lungs should have three key
characteristics. These activi-
ties must be: brisk enough to
raise the heart and breathing
oAate; sustained for at least
15-30 minutes without inter-
ruption; -and, be regularly'
repeated at least three times a
week.


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Johnson Construction Co.
New Homes Additions Decks
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Served with French fries, cote slaw,
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Shrimp, Oyster, Clam, Scallop or Fish $_79
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sister, Fisk, hickes $ 2
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Port St. Joe
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APR. 28, 1983


Wide Selection of Colors




Daylilies One of Florida's Best Perennials

BY ROY LEE CARTER Daylilies can be classified which have foliage which M aeration but poor water hold- foliage and watered in. Day-
County Etension Director into three groups according to remains green during winter, ing capacity, while clay soils lilies can withstand dry condi-
----- ---- 1-genera-.. --y naegoEwae


* .,Daylilies are one of the
loveliest herbaccous perenni-
als grown in Florida. Not only
: do they survive under mini-
::mnum care but they are also
' iailable in a wide selection of
--olors from oranges and yel-
laws to pinks and purples. My
information for this article
was provided by Extension
Horticulturist Dr. Robert J.
Black:.


FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
PORT ST. JOE
SHAREHOLDERS' MEETINI
Notice Is hereby given that. pur
call of hI .dsireors, a special mi
the shareholders of Florida I
Bank at Port SL. Joe will be hel
banking house of Florida Nation
located at 214 Hogan Street, In th
Jacksonville, State of Florida, i
day, May 16, 1983, at 10:00 a.m.
I purpose of consaldering and deter
S by vole whether an agreement t
the said bank and Florida Natlor
., Brevard County, Florida Bank
-,l. MI Bank
0" National B
Ocala, Florida National Bank ,
Beach County, Florida National
Pensacola, Florida National I
Pineallas County, Florida Bank ai
Florida Bank of Sumter County.
National Bank at Vero Beach, anm
Bank of Voluala County, with a
Florida National Bank, loci
Jacksonville, State of Florida, ui
Provisions' of' the laws of the
States, shall be ralifled and co
s subject to the approval of the Con
ol the Currency, Washington, D
Stfor the purpose of voting upon as
R matters Incidental to the pr
.' merger of these- banks. A copy
Saforesaid agreement, executed I
Wolfy of the directors of each of
ticipatling banks, providing
merger, Isa on fHe at the bank and
Inspected during business hours
J. Ted Cannon, President

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOI
S COUNTY, FLORIDA
L'f-LIAN R. KIRKLAND, widow of
:-JAMES C. KIRKLAND. deceased.
f.;.. ',- Ilaintiff, .
. v* ^ s t .-. -
- '." NEELY WILLIS. et al.,
.'Defendants.
Case
,, NOTICE OF SALE
; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
1 uncdeslgned, Qleik ao the Cicuil i
GullI County, Florida. pursuant
Fin' al Judgment of mortgage fore
ierltered in this cause, will sell
North Front Door of the Gulf Coun
house in Port St. Joe,florida..
1100 am and 200 p m. on May
the following described leal prop
-. wit:
That part of Section 23. Towns
S' South, Range 10 West. Gulf Cc
S- FJorda described as follows:
Beginning at an Iron pipe ma
the Southeast coinei o0 the SW!
S the NeN '. of said Section 23. tf
N 89129'57" West (Bearing nass
bearing of State Road No. 221. 1
FIet 0la concrete monument. Ir
e "N 05'20'13" East. 98760 feat
concrete monument on me
righl-of-way line olStale Road Nc
S'(100' Rif: thence S 53'53"
along said right of way line 3
feet to a fence coiner; Ihen
5 09548" West along a lence
359.16 leea; lhence.N 70"55'56 '
Along a fence line 900 leel. the
S03141'11" West along a lence
S467 87 feet 10 the point ofat begin
r Containing 4.52 acres, more or
"THIS'Notice dated this 15th
Aprl.. 1983.
JERRY GATES.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
B'. y: s Tonya Knox. Depuly Cleik

NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
: ly Commission of the City of Port
S FRoilda, at Its regular meeting on
'-1983. at 8.00 PM.. EDT. In the Mi
Building, 5th Street. Port St Joe.
S -wlil consider the adoption ol
-dinance with the following title
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISH
FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT
SURES, AS REQUIRED BY THI
TIONA|L FLOOD INSURANCE
GRAM INFIP) REGULATIONS
STHE CITY OF PORT ST
FLORIDA BY PROVIDING ST
TORY AUTHORIZATION FIN
FACTS; STATEMENT OF PUR
AND OBJECTIVES: METHOD
REDUCING FLOOD LOSSES. D
ITIONS. LANDS TO WHICH I
NANCE APPLIES. BASIS FOR I


their growth habit, deciduous,
semi-evergreen and ever-
green. The dormant varieties
have foliage that goes back to
the ground in the winter. They
will survive in Northern Flori-
da, but do not receive enough
cool weather in South Florida.
Although some dormant varie-
ties may grow in South
Floridq, most do not do well.
The evergreen varieties,


BLISHING THE AREAS OF SPECIAL
FLOOD HAZARD. PENALTIES FOR
NON-COMPLIANCE. ABROGATION
AND GREATER RESTRICTIONS. IN.
TERPRETATION. WARNING REGAR
DING "AREA OF SPECIAL FLOOD
HAZARD" DESIGNATIONS. DESIGN.
NATION OF FLOOD DAMAGE CON
TROL ADMINISTRATOR. ESTA-
BLISHMENT OF DEVELOPMENT
PERMIT. DUTIES AND RESPONSI-
BILITIES OF THE FLOOD DAMAGE
CONTROL ADMINISTRATOR, VARI
ANCE PROCEDURE. GENERAL
STANDARDS. SPECIFIC STAN-
DARDS. COASTAL HIGH HAZARD
AREAS: SAND DUNES, STANDARDS
FORWAREAS OF SHALLOW'FLOODb
ING. STANDARDS FOR SMALL
STEADS: SEVERABILITY AND PRO-
VIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
All Citizens are invited to atlend and be
heard.
CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA
By: I8 Frank Pale, Mayor-Commissioner
Altest: Is/ Alden Farris. City Auditor &
Clerk
114128

NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of intention
to apply to the 1983 session of Ihe Florioa
Legislature for a special Act or Bill pro-
hibiting the taking ol scallops by
mechanical means in St. Joseph's Bay
South at a line drawn from the point o Inn.
lersection of the East West extension of
the South Dounaary of Section 26,
Township 7 Soulh. Range It West. with
the mean high water mark of St. Joseph's
Bay, and extend a line Northwesterly to
the point of intersection with the North
boundary ol Section 26, Township 7
Soulh. Range 12 West during certain
perloas of the year
DATED THIS 28th day of April. 1983
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By Is/ William J Branch.
Chairman
Altest Isi Jerry Gates. CIler
It 4128


to the NOTICE
closure NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
at the Board of County Commissioners of Gull
uy Cour County Florida. alIts regular meeting on
belteen Tuesday. June 14: 1983,. at 900 A.M.,
9. 1983 E D T, in tne County Commissioneis
erty. to. Room in Gull County Courinouse. Pori St
Joe. Fiolid a ilt consider the adoption of
ship 4 an ordinance wilh the following title
runly, AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING
FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT MEA-
SURES. AS REQUIRED BY THE NA-
,rking TIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE PRO.
.%' of GRAM INFIPI REGULATIONS FOR
hence GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA BY PRO-
ed on VIDING STATUTORY AUTHORIZA-
17985 TiON, FINDING FACTS. STATE.
nince MENT OF PURPOSE AND OBJEC-
to a TIVES. METHODS OF REDUCING
South FLOOD LOSSES DEFINITIONS.
o1 22 LANDS TO WHICH ORDINANCE AP.
East PLIES. BASIS FOR ESTABLISHING
32858 THE AREAS OF SPECIAL FLOOD
ce S HAZARD PENALTIES FOR NON
a line COMPLIANCE. ABROGATION AND
West GREATER RESTRICTIONS. INTER.
nce S PRETATION: WARNING REGAR.
line DING "AREA OF SPECIAL FLOOD
ning HAZARD" DESIGNATIONS DESIG.
leI5 NATION OF FLOOD DAMAGE CON
day of TROL ADMINISTRATOR: ESTA-
BLISHMENT OF DEVELOPMENT
PERMIT. DUTIES AND RESPONSE
ABILITIES OF THE FLOOD DAMAGE
CONTROL ADMINISTRATOR VARI.
214d21 ANCE PROCEDURE. GENERAL
STANDARDS, SPECIFIC STAN
DARDS: COASTAL HIGH HAZARD
I the Cr AREAS. SAND DUNES.STANDARDS
St Joe FOR AREAS OF SHALLOW FLOOD.
June 7 ING. STANDARDS FOR SMALL
unc pal STEADS. SEVERABILITY AND PRO
Floria VIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
an Or. A copy ol Inis Ordinance is on file in
the Ollice of the Clerk of Circuit Court of
HING Gult County. Florida
MEA BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
E NA. GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
PRO- By isO Billy Branch Cnairman
FOR AllesI Jerry Gates. ClerK
JOE. 11i4128
TATU-
DING BID NO. WWP174
POSE The City of Pori St Joe. Florida, re-
S OF Quests DOd3 for one ill Power Cable
IEFIN Specilicatons ma* be obtairneo from Ihe
ORDI-. Cly ClerK s Ofice. P 0 Box A Port St
ESTA Joe. Florida Bid opening to be held May


generally do .best in areas
which have mild winters.
Daylilies may be propa-
gqted by seed or division.
Selected varieties are repro-
duced by division because
variations in seedlings are so
great. Daylilies may be plant-
ed or transplanted anytime,
however, best results are
obtained if they are trans-
planted after flowering.


3. 1983 at the Regular Meeting of the Cily
Commission
CITY OF PORT ST JOE
ISO L A Farrls.
City AuditoriCleri 2141144& .a28

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE. Tne Marriage at
GEORGE L RATCLIFF, Husband.
Respondent,
And
REBECCA FAY MAYNARD RATCLIFF.
Wile. Peltiloner.
.NOTICE OF SUIT
TO George L Ratcliff
Box 185
Castle Dale, Utah 84513
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Inat a
Pettllion for Separate Maintenance nas
Deen filed against you and you are re-
quireadto serve a copy of your Aneswer or
other response to the Petition on Pall.
lioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M MOORE. ESQ.
P 0 Box 248
Por;t'St. Joe. Floilda 32456
and file the original thereof in ihe Circull
Court Clerk's Office, Gull County Court
house, Port St Joe, Florida 32456, on or
before the 12th day of May. 1983 If you
tall to do so, a Final Judgment of
Separate Maintenance lor the relief
sought may be granted by Default.
DATED this the 8th day of April. 1983
JERRY GATES.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By. Is/ JoAnne Pridgeon,
Deputy Clerk 4t414

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the City
election, to be held on May 10. 1983. will
not be conducted because only one can-
didate has qualified lot each vacancy.
Applicable Florida laws presume that
each candidate will vote for himself and
write-in candidates are only permlssable
where they nave qualified as such wrile-lin
candidates
The following candidates, to-wit Frank
Pate. Jr., Mayor.Commissioner; Billy R
Fleming. Commissioner Group l, Wesley
R Ramsey, Commissioner Group II: will
be declared re.elected and sworn in al the
City Commission meeting to Be held at
800 P.M.. E.D.T. June 7, 1983
S Allest: Isi' L A' FARRIS.
City Auditor and Clark 21.128

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO. 83.70
IN RE The Marriage ol
JOHN WILLIAM HILL Husband.
Petitioner,
And
HARRIET VIRGINIA HILL. Wile.
Respondent
NOTICE OF SUIT-
TO: Harile Virginia Hill
9804 Vieux Caree. Apt No 6
Louisville, Kentucky
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Pelltion for Dissolution of Marriage nas
been filea against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer or
otner response to the Petition on Pall-
tioner's Attoiney
ROBERT M. MOORE. ESQ .
P 0 Box 248
Port St Joe. Florida 32456
and file the IOlginal thereof in the Circuit
Court Clerk's Oflice. Gull County Cour
house. Port St Joe. Florida 32456. on or
before the 19tn day of May. 1983 II you
fall to do so. a Final Judgment for the
relief sought may be granted by Delaull
DATED this the 181h day of April. 1983
JERRY GATES.
Clerm of Circuit Court
iOl Tonya Knox. Deputy Cleik
414121

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is nereby given that pursuant to
Section 865 09. Florida Statutes. the
undersigred persons intend to register
wiih Inme Clerk of the Circuit court Gulf
County. Florida. lour weeks alter the first
publication of this notice. Ine fictitious
name or trade name unaei wnicn Iney will
De engaged in business and in whicn said
business is IS to be carried on. lo-wit
E & N NATURAL PRODUCTS
RI 3 Box 64B
Pori St Joe. Florida 32456
Owners. Evan R Williams
Nellie A Williams
41C 4121


CARTER

Plants should be spaced 12 to
18 inches apart and planted at
the same depth they were
growing.
Since dayhhliles are replanted
only every five to ten years it
is important to prepare the
planting bed properly. Lilies
grow best in a well drained
soil which has good aeration
and water holding capacity.
Sandy soils usually have good.


generally nave good water
holding capacity and bad
aeration. Two to four inches of
peat moss or similar material
incorporated to a depth of six
to eight inches in a sandy soil
will increase the water hold-
ing capacity. One inch of
perlite or similar material
incorporated into clay soil will
increase the, aeration. Two
and one-half pounds of 8-8-8
fertilizer per 100 square feet or.
an equivalent amount of ano-
ther fertilizer should be incor-
porated into the soil. One inch
of water should be applied
once or twice a week until the
plants are well established.
Once daylilies are establish-
ed they require minimal care.
* They should be fertilized twice
a year at the rate of 21 2 lbs.
8-8-8 or equivalent fertilizer
per 100 sq. ft. Fertilizer should
be applied evenly, kept off the


-tions but will need to be
watered during prolonged
droughts. They also grow well
in sun or semi-shade.
When daylilies become so
crowded that flower produc-
tion is reduced it is time to
divide them. Dig up the
clumps and with a sharp knife,
sever the rhizome between the
fans of leaves. Leaves should
be cut back to within four to
six inches of the crown.
Replant the divisions as des-
cribed above.
For the best display, plant
10 or more plants of the same
color in informal groupings or
plant daylilies in groups of
three or more in bays of
informal shrubbery. Daylilies,
which range in size from two
to four feet have many other
landscape uses and can add
color and interest in many
landscape situations.


Ray and Par L wren ce


Joins Campus Crusade


SRay and Pam Lawrence,
former Gainesville residents,
were among 119 persons re-


cently joining the staff of
Campus Crusade for Christ
International. an interdenomi-


Gulf County School Lunch



Menus


Monday, May 2
Ground beef pattie, mashed
potatoes and gravy, blackeye
peas, buttered rolls, and milk.
Tuesday, May 3
Corn dog, buttered early
peas, French fries, brownies,
and milk.
Wednesday, May 4
Braised beef on rice, tur-


nips, sliced peaches, corn-
bread, and milk.
Thursday, May 5
Hoagie sandwich, baby lima
beans, cake, and milk.
S Friday, May 6
Tacos, orange juice, corn,
cookies, and milk.
Menus may change without,
notice due to the availability
of foods.


Pfc. Hutchinson Cpl, SamBrown


Finishes Vehicle

Repair Course
Marine Pfc. Kenneth W.
Hutchinson, son of Robert G.
and Patricia L. Hutchinson of
Route 3, Port St. Joe, has
completed' the Tracked Vehi-
cle Repairman course.
The six-week course was
conducted at the U.S. Army
Ordnance Center and School,
Aberdeen Proving Ground,
Md. The course was designed
to train students on the-
maintenance and repair of the
assault amphibian vehicles
uspd by the Marine Corps.
The students instruction
centered on the installation,
removal and repair of the
vehicle's engine and transmis-
sion, plus procedures for
..servicing and repairing all
components of the vehicles.


Participates In

Marine Exercise
Marine Lance Cpl. Samuel
A. Biown, son of Dickie R. and
Wanda H. Brown of Port.St.
Joe, recently participated in a,
multi-national training exer-
cise, "Cold Winter 83."
He is a member of 4th
Battalion, 10th Marine .Regi-,
ment, 26th Marine Amphibi-
ous Unit (MAU), Camp Le-
jeune, N.C.
Conducted in Northern Nor-
way, the exercise involved.
forces, from the United King-
dom, Netherlands, Canada,
Norway and the U.S. The
exercise was designed to.
provide cold weather opera-
tions for allied forces.
The 26th MAU was embark-
ed-aboard several U.S. Navy
ships.


ST. JOSEPH BAY REAL
S9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 P: 0. BC
-MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
7 -7-ill REAL ESTATE SALES BEApH REI

MEXICO BEACH:


Grand Isle -3,bdrm,, 1 ba., heat pump.
$50 nnn;. _________
6th St. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., good
assumable mortg. Owner financing,
.only $13,800.00 down. $52,700.00
total. : '
Fortner Ave., 3 bdrm., 2 ba. trailer, 'i/
bilk off water, special buy only
$34,500.00. .
26th St. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. block house,.
$42,500. ______ '.
1829. Hwy. 98 Beachfront, 3 bdrmr, 2
ba. house 1720 sq. ft.,$125,000. .
Circle Dr., beachalde, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
only 3 yrs,. old, only $85,000.
3rd St. Trailer and lot, 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
only $26,000.
Arizona Ave., 3 bdrm., 2 ba; only 2 yrs.
old, $78,000.
Beach front, 2 bdrm., 2'/2 ba. (new)
$82,000. _
Beach. front, 2 bdrm., 2%/ ba. (new)
$125,000. _
End of 5th St. large lot & mobile
home, 2 bdrm., 2 ba. and expand w
'Ig. garage, $32,500.
.Georgia Ave. 2bdrm., 1 ba. trailer &
lot, Ig. screen porch &. 3 outside
buildings. $29,000. -
30th St. and Hwy. 98, 2 bdrm., 1 ba.,
close.to beach, $58,000.' ;
42nd St., duplex, 2 bdrm, 1 V2 ba. each
side, $125,000.
Circle Dr. duplex, 2 bdrm., 1 ba: each
side, $89,500.
28thSt. & Hwy. 98- duplex, 2 bdrm., 1
ba. each side, $55,000 $101000
down.
23rd & 24th St. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. house
can be made into a duplex, $68,000.
27th St. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, reduced,
$48,000.
11th St. & Hwy. 98 Triplex $150,000
with good owner financing.
4th St. 1 bdrm., 1 ba., $37,000. .
29th St. & Hwy. Duplex, 2 bdrm, 1 ba.
each side, 20% down, $49,000. Owner
financing. ____
29th St. & Hwy. Duplex, 1 bdrm., 1 ba.
each side, 20% down, $38,500. Owner
financing. .
Grand Isle-3 bdrm., 1 b 2 bdrm., 1'/ ,ba.
$49,000 pre-const. price $59,000
after canst. 2 left. .


' 39th St. 1 bdrm., 1 ba. units, $36,900uu
pre-constructlon. $37,400 or comple-
tion. .C H
BEACON HILL


A frame with 100' on Gulf, great buy
at only $150,000.00.
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, i1a., duplex
in the bae

ST. JOE BEACH
BEACHFRONT
Gulf Aire' townhomes, 3 bdrm., 2V/
ba., $95,000.00.
NOT BEACHFRONT
Fla. Ave. 3 bdrm.,;2 ba. on 3 Ig. lots, 1
has ex. septic & water, $52,900.00 -
$32,000.00 mtg. at 9% .assumable.
DeSota St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. on 2 lots on-
ly $43,000.00. Owner financing.

OVERSTREET
SUNSHINE ACRES, 1, 2, 3 & 5 acre
tracts with only $300.00 Down: bet-
ween Overstreet Bridge & Wewahit-
chka.
WATERFRONT ACRE LOTS SOON
AVAILABLE: ______
North Long. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., on 10
acres, $72,000.00 or 5 acres & house,
$59,000.00. ___
Hwy. frontage at $5,000.00 an acre.
Nice, high & dry, already cleared.
Pine St., 3 bdrm., 1 ba. brick'on nearly
acre of ground, $49,000.00.
Canal St. 2 adrH h2 ia. hrll right
on Intra t0J.a 0.0o
with 7% __R___

PORT ST. JOE
LOTS: 2 lots at Palm Blvd. & 18th St.,
$17,500. _.
9th St., 4 bdrm., 2 ba. $30,000.00.
103 Yaupon, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 1 car
garage, screened porch, $59,500.00.
522 6th St., 3 bdrm., 1 ba. $39,900.
515 8th St., 3 bdrm., 1 be. $25,000.00.


national Christian organiza-
tion based in Arrowhead
Springs, Ca.
The Lawrences completed
the organization's winter new-
staff training held at the,
Arrowhead Springs Christianz
Conference and Retreat Cent-
er.
,Founded in 1951, Campus
Crusade for Christ has ap-
proximately 16,000 full-time
and associate staff of many
nationalities involved: in
Christian outreach" in 151
,countries and protectorates
around the world.
Mr. Lawrence will work as a
field representative for Ath-
letes in Action at the Univer-
sity of Georgia.
The Athletes in Action mini--
stry fields Christian athletes
against collegiate teams as a
platform to present the gospel
o Jesus Christ. It also estab-
lishes personal ministries to
professional and student ath-
letes. .
-1 A'gitaduate of Port St. Joe
High School, Mr. Lawrence
earned a Bachelor of Arts
degree in business admini-
stration at the University of
Florida where he played offen-
sive center in football. The
Lawrences are members of
North Central Baptist Church
in Gainesville.
.'We joined because we
wanted to have an eternal'
impact on the world through
working with athletes," ex-
plained Mr. Lawrence when
asked why he and his wife
joined Campus Crusade for
Christ. "We want to spend our
lives sharing with others the
way they can have abundant
and eternal life through
Christ."


-TY 648-5011 aeies
X 1332 648-5716 Rentals
After Hours:
NTALS 648-8977 or 648-8939


104 Yaupon, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., brick, ap-
prox. 7 yrs. old,, $65,000.00.
106 Mimosa, brick, 4 yrs. old, 3 bdrm.,
2 ba., den, $65,000.00 9V/% mrtg. of
$42,000.00. _____
1610 Long Ave., 4 bdrm., 1 be. Reduc.
ed.
619 Marvin Ave., 3 bdrm., 1'/2 ba.,
$33,400.00.
706 Woodward, 4 bdrm:, 2 be.,.
$27,500.00.
Very Exclusive house, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
brick 5 yrs old. $69,000.00.
1912 Juniper Ave., 3 bdrm., 1'/2 ba.,
$44.000.00.
SPECIAL
1306 Long Avenue. 2 bdrm,, 1 ba.
den, $30,000.00. .

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

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., Ig. 7 bdrm., 2 ba.
$38,000.00. Owner financing.

WEWAHITCHKA
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES, acre
tracts on the Creek; only $300.00
down: beautiful land with oak trees
and rolling hills.
Restaurant, well established with
local clientele. Near coast hun-
ting, fishing area, good cash flow,
woner financing available, house In-
cluded, $135,000.00.
30 Acres near the City limits: ideal for
development.

ST. GEORGE ISLAND
Beautiful lot on Gulf Beach Drive for
only $12,500.00.

ST. JOSEPH SHORES
Casa Del Mar Townhouses, 2 bdrm.,
1/i ba., $69,000.00 pre-construction.
2 bdrm., 1 ba., $41,500.00 pre con-
struction prices.

FOR RENT
1610 Long Ave, Port St. Joe, $250.00
per month. Unfurnished.


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CHURCH TRAINING ............ '...... 5:45 P.M
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 7:00 P.M
WEDNESDAY .................... 7:00 P.




Long Ave. Baptist Church

1601 LONG AVENUE


DANIEL W. DUNCAN.
Pastor


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v.M


MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music.& Youth


- Public Notices -


IMPORTANT NOTICE

Relating to Construction

In Gulf County


The following changes -in policy and
operation have been made by the Gulf
County Building Official:


Permits are no longer issued at the
site. Application must be made at the

County Clerk's office, Monday Fri-
*day, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., EST, after which
permits c'an be picked up-there the
next working day.

* Requirements before application
for permit can be accepted. Appli-
cant:

1. Must have septic tank number, if it
is applicable.
2. Must have plot plan, legal descrip-
tion, and Energy Proficiency Index
form completed.
3. Must have two copies of plans and
specifications.
4. Must have license, if applicant is. a
contractor.


INSPECTIONS:

Inspections will no longer be
made on a call basis. The procedure
to be followed is: Call the County
Clerk's office (it's toll free) between
10 a.m. 4 p.m., ET, a day in advance
of the day inspection is requested.
Cutoff time is 3 p.m., ET; that is, if in-
spection is desired the next working
day, the request must be made by 3
p.m., ET, the day before.

For consultation or other office-
related business, the Building In-
spector will be in his courthouse of--
fice Monday-Friday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
ET.

For more information, please
call either 227-1930 (Building Inspec-
tor) or 229-6113 or 639-5068 (County
Clerk). These numbers are toll free.

Your cooperation is earnestly
solicited so that these policies and
procedures will allow the office to
function efficiently.


M- -.R AP-PLIANCE RE-PAIR


: 25 years experience
j-n Appliance Repair
* AIR CONDITIONING
Central & Window


* HEATING: Natural Gas;
Electric & Oil


* MAJOR APPLIANCES
All Major Models


ELECTRICAL PLUMBING REFRIGERATORS
and FREEZERS


DAN I ELS E E COMPANY
A I E Ls Phone 229-8416 Port St. Joe, Fla.


NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS
5.5 acres, dandy stream flows
thru center of tract. Several
springs, good fish pond site.
House place already graded
and ready to build on. Paved
road frontage. $17,500.00. Pay
$3,500.00 down, assume loan.

Mountain home, 2 bdrm.
located 3 miles from Murphy.
Real good access, excel.
neighborhood. One of our best
buys. Lg. master bdrm., plen-
ty of closets. Nestled in the
mountains at end of private
road. T.V.A. lake nearby.
Good year round living.
$49,500.00, pay $7,500.00 down
and move in and assume 12%


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mortgage.

1.5 acres all wooded. Located
on private road in quiet com-
munity. This tract is ideal for
cabin or home. Nestled in the
mountains, all utilities are
there. $5,950.00, pay $1,450.00
down payment.

These are a few of over 2000
listings. We have all types of
property from $500.00 per acre
and up. We have small tracts,
we also have several cabins,
homes, old farms, etc. Write
or call today for a free listing
brochure. You can call free by
dialing 1-800-438-7421. Write or
call today.
Cherokee Land Company
Murphy, North Carolina 28906
8tc3/31


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I.REALE
FOR ^SAL


FOR RENT ^ misc. GARA'ESALES
I^^^ FORr ^ SALE I I


Large 2 bedroom house, on
Ig. chain link fenced lot, 1604
Garrison ave. Utility rm. and
single car garage attached.
Air conditioner and some ap-
pliances to remain. Appraised
Sat $34,000; owner will sell for
: $31,000. Call 229-8346 after 6
p.m ..
75'x175' lot on Marvin Ave.
SPhone 648-8972. tfc 7-15

Mexico Beach Duplex, 1 yr:
"-old. Each apartment has 2
bdrm., ba., .kitchen, dr/lr
combo,. carpet, a/c, Lg. lot
within walking distance of
.Gulf. Priced to sell at $44,500.
Call 648-5070 or 648-5621.
trf 10-21
For Sale by Owner: Nice,
"- comfortable Ig. 2 bdrm. house
w/lg. liv-din. rm. Located n
1 lots w fenced in back yard.
Has knotty pine panelling,
hardwood floors. Enjoy nice
summer evenings, on Ig.
screened in porch. 'Call
229-8362after 3:00. 2tc 4/21
Two lotts at Mexico Beach,
four blocks from beach. Call
648-5807. tfc2/24


Mexico Beach lot by owner,.
100'x75' fenced, between 5th &
6th St., between Hwy. 98 and
Fortner, facing water. Price
$16,000;'$5,000 down balance 5
yrs. at 10%. Write: Bob Moss,
P. O. Box 66332, Mobile, AL
36660, phone 205/473-5441.
2tc4/28
Large 3 bdrm. house wfit
many nice features on 4 lots on
Searcy St., at White City.
Shrubbery, fruit trees and
barn. Call 229-6065. 4tp 4/28,
Business lot, west corner of
Hwy. 71 and Reid Ave., Port
St. Joe. Call229-8771. tfc-3/31
For Sale or Rent: Commer-
cial building on Reid Ave. For
more information call.
229-6374. '* 4tc4/28






WANTED: Woman in Oak
Grove needs a ride to Haney
Vocational School in Panama
City. Call 229-6274. lt4/28


Small trailer completely
furnished. Ideal for 1 or 2 peo-
ple. Ca1648-5167. ltp 4/28
For Rent or.Lease: 50'x100'
mobile home lot at Beacon
Hill. May 1, 1983. Call 648-8562
before 2 p.m. on weekdays.
2tc4/21
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.
SKI BREEZE
Camping, mobile home, 2
bdrm. apt. and:. campers for
rent, day, week or month. On'
the gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee Schlickman.
Res. .229-6105.


For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Ripse N
Vac, the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away: 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


Need extra income? Over
$200 month for 2 hours work
each morning. Call Mr. Cox at
229-8019 between 10 a.m. & 9
p.m.. 2tc 4/21
Earn $3.75 to $4.25 per hour
as telephone operator, full or
part-time. Will consider stu-
dents. Apply at El Governor
Motel Annex, Roomn. 128, 12
p.m. 6- p.m. EDT, Monday
thru Friday. ltli4/28
, Local light delivery, full or
parttime, must know area and
be neat in appearance. Apply:
at El Governor Motel Annex,
Room 128, 12 p.m. 6 p.m.,
EDT, Monday thru Friday.


ERA PARKER REALTY, Reator
HIGHWAY 98 & 31st ST. 648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA (OutsideFlorida)
1-800-342-6692 (Inside Florida) .

* Sales & Rentals Real Estate Specialists for Over 30 Years
"Call Us About These Listings, As Well As A Large Inventory of Beach Lots,
Wetappo Creek property, Rentals, & Mini-Storage Sales or Rentals.


MEXICO BEACH
4 barm 2 Da., stucco 2 slory house, .
,on 50'x122 oti. a0 slove, ceding
plans. many extras. Sea S! $69.00000
3 bdrm., 2 be brick on nice corner lot.
ig. screen porch, garage. vacuum
system cen n&a. carpel& more Fla
Ave & 8th SI. 568.50000
Spanish arches aoorn 1.100 sq II
townhouses 1o be buili on 38th St 2
:bdrm., 1 '/ ba., all appliances, range,
microwave, refrig., dishwasher, ,
washer & dryer, $69,500.00
UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW from 2nd
from beach site of cedar and stucco
townhouses with 1,120 sq. ft. of living
area. Studio & bdrm., with cathedral
ceilings, 1i/. ba.,'all appliances. 29th
St. $70,000.00. ,
1MOBILE dIOME on commercial lot,.
across from Chamber of Commerce,
on 31st St., 2' bdrm., 1.'be., new
carpeting, & roof, $30,000.00.
Corner Virginia & Fla. Ave. -New,
,modular w/brick; 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
fireplace,, screen porch, fence.
75'x112.5 lot. $55,000.00. Terms.
Tenn. Ave.-3 bdrm;, 3 ba., pool,.
fireplace, jenn-alre range & grill,
many extras. Financing available.
:-$96,000. __ _
Corner 6th & Fla. Double-wIde on 2
lots,'2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., In-
cludes appliances. $48,000.
:27th St. Beachfront-3 bdrm., 2 ba.
'c.b. construction, 'g. glassed porch.
$105,500.00. ___ _
Corner Palm & Azalea St. Nice 3
bdrm., 2 ba., brick & stucco. includes
appliances & stor. house, fenced yd.
$59,500. Adjoining lot available.
Virginia Ave.-2 story, 1 1g. bdrm.,
screen porch, downstairs unfinished,
has wiring & plumbing, $45,000.
Hwy 386-A-Doublewlde mobile
home, 3 bdrmi, 2 ba. on 1.05 acres.
Good terms. $49,900.
7th St.-1981 doublewlde mobile
home, brick foundation, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
$50,000. _
29th St. at Hwy. 98 --2 newly con-
structed, stilted 4 bdrm., 2 ba. beach-
houses. Unfurnished $79,000. Fur-
nished $84,500.
Hwy. 386A-2 bdrm., stilt house on
75'x185' lot. Furnished, $38,0o0.
Arizona Dr.-Stone & cedar, 3 bdrm.,
2 ba., cathedral ceiling, skylights,
fireplace, many extras. $78,000.


Fortner':Ave.-2 bdrm., ig. screen
porch., lieplace. carpel. storage bidg
$37,25000
-4th St.- 2 bdrm., 1 ba. on 75'x112'
snaaed lot. $36,000. Assumable mor-
tgage.
Beachside of, Hwy. on \34th St..
Quadraplex each unit has 3 bdrm., 2 :
ba t53.00000 e ,a ,
:12th St.-2 bdrm., 1 ba, cath. ceilingg'
lenn alie. lurnisneo. $45.000
Beachside 42nd St.-2 bdrm., 1 ba.,
furnished, $63,500.00, financing avail.
Beacnside Ccice Dr -3 brm. 2' oa
wigiassed porch. lurnsnea $79000
Financing available. ;
Hwy. 98 & 24th St:-2nd lot from
beach, cb with,fireplace,3 bdrm., 2
ba. $68,000. ______: ,
Beichslde Circle Dr.-3 bdrm., 2 ba."
brick home, Includes all appliances,
fireplace; furnished, only 3 yrs. old.
$84,500. Financing available.
Beachside-43rd St:-3 bdrm., 2 ba.
Across from canal, ex. store. bldgs.
Sundeck overlooks Gulf. $69,500
.Grand lsle-3 bdrm., 1 ba. nice brick
house.w/efficiency apt. adjoining on
2 nice lots. $79,000.
26th St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 story
holse, lot size 75'x10O $46,000.
Beachside 42nd St. Tbwnhouses. 2
bdrm., ,2 ba. Newly constructed, 3
units $79,500 ea. Owner flnan. avail.
16th St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick wl"
fireplace, stor. house, $60,000.
Grand Isle Subd.-3 bdrm., 1 ba., with
grapevines & shade trees, heat pump,
-'.$50,000. ______, .
Beachslde 39th St. with terrific view
of Gulf, 4 bdrm., 2 ba. stilt house,
$104,000. ____
Beachside 34th St.- 4 bdrm. Stilt
house with great gulf view, $104,000.
Gulffront 28th St.-2 bdrm., 1 ba. has
fireplace & patio,.$69,000.
15th St. short distance to beach. 3
bdrm., 1 1/v ba. furn. Including washer,
dryer & T.V. Nice yd., Ig. store. house,
chain link fence. $50,000.
Water Or. off 36th St. on canal w boat
dock, really nice 4 b drm., 2 ba., Fla.
rm., furn., 2 lots landscaped. Assum.
mortgage. $70,000.


OVERSTREET '"-
3 bdrm., brick home on .85 acres,
$50,000. "____
; Almost new mobile home, 2 bdrm., 1
ba. on over V1 acre, furn., 24' well,
deck. Land Is ,cleared & has 18"
regulation culvert & driveway,
124.000 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.
WEWAHITCHKA
Transfer Landing Rd. Almost an acre,
close to Chipola River. 4 bdrm., 2 ba.
unfurn. double wide. Enough room to
add several trailers for Income.
$29,500, ______
.5 acre tract, with mobile home, In-
cludes nice bar & store. bldg., Jand'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. _
WHITE CITY
2 houses and c.b. store. bldg. '/ mile
from Intracoastal. $64,000.
INDIAN PASS
Gulf & lagoon frontage, approx. 3.53
acres on SR 30-B, near Indian Pass.
Property runs from lagoon to gulf & Is
divided by hwy., includes older house
& furnishings. Call for details.

LOTS FOR RENT
2 lots ready for mobile
home, have septic tank,
water & power hookup.
Georgia Ave., Mexico
Beach.
PORT ST. JOE
Comfortable 3 bdrm. home on 1' a
Jots, has fireplace, ceiling fans, 3 yr.
old roof & more. Family neighbor-
hood. Yard fenced on 3 sides, shade
trees. 512 8th St. $32,000.


Orena Miller, Associate
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate
Christy L. Davis, Associate


650 Yamaha, excel. cond.
$600. 3 ton central air condi-
tioner, $125. Call 648-8947.,
3tp 4/28
Like new, deep freeze, 10 cu.
ft. chest type, 14 mos. old.,For
'more information, call Mexico
Beach 648-8932. #tp 4/28
1981 ATC Honda 185
3-wheeler, good cond., 1$850
firm. "3 'wall unit shelves
(walnut), compressed wood,
desk in center shelf. Each
shelf is 6' x 303" wide by 17"
deep. $175. Call 229-8352.'
'16' boat, with 45 h.p. mnitor,
electric start, and trailed. Will
sell or trade for riding mower.
Call 648-5353. ltp
Lawn mower for sale, call
229-8882. itn 4/91


A doctor's scales, like new,
also a Kimball electric organ,
beautiful real cherry wood.
Call 229-8019. 2tc 4/21
Vegetable and bedding
plants: Tomato: Better Boy,
Homestead, Delicious, and
Patio. Bellpepper, Eggplant,
Aster, Marigold, Petunia and
Pansy. Nellie Williams, Cor-
onado & Alabama, St. Joe
Beaqh. Phone 648-5044.3tc 4/21

$25.00 REWARD
for Any Sewing Machine
We Cannot Repair
SPECIAL $9.95
to clean, oil and adjust tension
on your sewing machine. We
guarantee your machine can
sew on any fabric.
The Sewing Room'
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151-
12" Sears Craftsman band
saw, used twice, $300. Call
229-6374. 2tc4/28


1982 Liberty mobile home,
56'x14', 2 bdrm. on rented lot
"ondcanal with bo6at'-dwKR in
Mexico Beach. $9,500.00. Call
648-5184. 2tp 4/21
Cypress lumber, fencing
material, picnic tables, sw-
ings, settees, lawn chairs,
flower boxes, trellis, etc. Call
Wewa, 639-2860. tfc 3/31

FREE kittens to be given
away, 3 males, 2 females, 5
weeks old. Call 229-8036 or
227-1785. 2t4/21





The Boaid 'f "Commission-
ers of the Highland View
Water Department will have
its monthly meeting the first
Tuesday of each month at 7:30
p.m. at the Water Plant.
tfc 11/4
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.
There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
GUERRY MELTON, W.M.
Joe Pippin, Sec.
The 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

"Self-control is at the root of
all virtues." Samuel Smiles


Back Yard Sale: 220 air
cond., 110 air cond., 40" elec.-
stove, 30: gal. electric water
heater, asst. ladies .& gents
clothes, bric-a-brac, Friday,,
April 29, rear of 521 16th St.,
9:00a.m.till5:60p.m. \ ltp
Yard Sale: Sat., April 30,
8:30 to 3:30, .805 Woodward
Ave., bikes, furniture, clothes,
water bed, and odds and ends.
Cancelled if raining.
Yard Sale, Friday, April 29,
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., 1st
block Gulf St., St. Joe Beach.
Help Youth Yard Sale:, cor-
ner of 5th and Reid, Sat., April
30. Large assortment, 8:00 un-
til. Itp
Yard Sale: Friday, April 29,
1506 Long Ave., upstairs
apartment, 8 to 4:30. Cancel if
raining. Itp 4/28


Garage Sale: 206 10th St.
(short end of 10th, off Monu-
ment), Saturday, April 30,
9:00 -1:00. Several families.
ltp4/28
Large Yard Sale: 3 families,
men's, ladies' & children's
clothing. All types of odds and
ends. Saturday, April 30, bet-
ween the hours of 8:00 a.m. &
1:00 p.m. Located at 617 Mar-
vin Ave., Port St. Joe,.

.

71 Ford a ton pickup,
camper special, lwb, p.s.,
auto., 390 V-8, runs & drives
good, needs painting & some
transmission work. $700 firm.
Also 69 Ford for parts, 302 V-8,
auto., p.s., p.b., runs good. $60.
Call 229-8111 or 229-8889 till 10
p.m.


DIXIE D USED CARS
Hwy.:98&41st St.
Mexico Beach 648-5016
81 Cad. Coupe, black
full loaded, priced right
79 Cad. 4-dr., white
loaded, nice.
78 Olds Salon, blue &
white, p.s.,p.b., air $2,89500
78 Olds Cutlass coupe,
plenty.of extras....$3,89500
73 Cly, New Yorker;
S4dr.,blue.........$995

CAR WASH OPEN 24 Hrs.
Dune Buggy $800; 1979
Moped $350, 1,400 miles; 1
transaxle for VW, $75. Call
229-6222. Itp
'1978 Mercury Monarch,
auto. trans., p.s., p.b., air
cond., 2 door, 1 owner. Call
227-1678after 4p.m. 2tc 4/28

1979 Monte Carlo, excel.
cond. Call 648-5801. It 4/28
1965 4-dr. Corvair, a.t.,
telephone 227-1259 after 5: 0ff
p.m. 1321 McClellan Ave.
2tp 4/21







Need someone to help with
spring cleaning or regular
domestic. employment? Call:
Gloria Bryant-229-8085; Sarah
Smith 229-6130; Ida Peterson
229-6130, Renell Thomas 229-
6229, Angela Brackin 227-1555,
Janice Morris 229-6206, Debra
Bailey.-229-6313. Ola L.
Thomas 229-8949, Pearl Win-
field 229-8949, Antoniette
Lenox 229-6980.


AVON
Buy or Sell,
.Call Group Sales Leader at
227-1281
8tp 4/28
We cut pines for the wood.
For more information contact
639-5468, 639-5617 or ,639-5350.

WILL DO YARD WORK
Reasonable Rates
Call Kellyat
227-1695
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in diay-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours).

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
fc -4-7.


COSTING INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
.322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899.:
tfc 1-12



BETTY'S BEAUTY SALON
(Formerly Idle Hour) I
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
n t clho


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
19 6thSt., Highland View
ort St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6-5
Wa.Is, woodwork, and win-
dows leaned. Also some yard
work t y experienced husband
and wite. Mr. Dollars. 227-1490.
SH ALLOWW WELLS
29-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry'
tfc 4-29
Air Condtioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts r nd Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norrls\Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
AI-Anion
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 2281-8720


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!










Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Le.n Pollock, Owner
M i0 Reid Avenue


FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers.
& Gifts -
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida "
If no answer call 2294964
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
6 Carpet Upholstery -
Autos
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates .
Locally Owned .
Phone 229-6482 or 229-6447
tfle 1.4
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.;:
Machine Work Welding-
506 First Street
Phone 229-683
SMachinist on Duty All Dy
SEvery Day



Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income' Tax
220 Reid Ave.
Ph. 229-8536 :
HOURS: Monday Sat.
8 a.m. 5p.m.
(Open during noon hour)..-
Open after 5 p.m. by appt'.
Wauneta Brewer Pat Hohman
Owner Assistant
(Used to be at 16 Monumernt '



St. JosephBay
Constructos' -"
Residential '. T\j -
Com Irci I



E---1
"' .W:S. (Biff) Quarles .'.
CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING
229-8795


410 A Reid Avenue
CPMk Port St. Joe, Florida 0.


"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


ANN'S PLACE
for Crafts made by Gulf County Senior Citieus
*AFGHANS '.. CERAMICS
* CROCHETED.PIEGES & MUCH MORE
FROM OUR BAKE SHOP
FRESH BREAD, CAKES, CINNAMON ROLLS &
PIES BY ORDER

Magellan St 648-5258 St. Joe Beach


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





,, REEVES FURNITURE &

* REFINISHING SHOPPE \
Phone 2294374

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




PAT'SWATS & FRAMES
407 7th StreJtq,. Mexico Beach, Fla,,
Custom Matting & Framing of:
PAINTINGS PRINTS '
PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDLEWORK

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


uth.N Wed.,thru Sat. 10 a.m. 7 p.m. EST
Sunday -- 1 p.m. 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED FMondays and Tuesdays
Member Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
qt Bowen. 'owner 648-8914


I


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


Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue



ST. JOE CUSTOM"

BUILDERS






-Commercial Building
-Residential Building.
--Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689 4

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Two bdrm., 1 ba., double garage & storage bidgs. on ig.
fenced In lot, 1314 Garrison Ave. $29,500.
Two bdrm., 1 :ba. house on corner lot, Oak Grove.
$25,500. : :"
Two, bdrm., 2 b.i house on ,2 lots facing Hwy. 98 and
overlooking the Gulf at St. Joe Beach. Beach across
hwy. cannot be built on. Only,$56,000.
Facing the bay, 107 Highway 98, Highland View. Two
bdrm., 1 ba. with Ig. liv. rm., spacious kitchen w lots of "
cabinets & appliances, 2 Fla. porches, cen. h&a. 2 lots
enclosed with chain link fence, underground sprinkler
; system, also large 2 car garage. $39,000.00 with
$20,000.00, assumable mortgage at 9'/2%. .i
Large 4 bdrm., 3 ba. brick home in excellent neighbor.
hood Central heat and air. Fireplace and many extra
features. By appointment only.
. 3 btrlim:,A.b1 masohf (h'dine*,lh caipb'rtf~o .- lo t in '
good neighborhood. $33,500.00. .
REDUCED: 3 bd. 1. tpme selling at 110 Duval St.,
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Some of Port St. Joe's Future Citizens


Ashley, age 8, Philip, age 6, Amy, age 4, Bryarn, age 2,
and John, age 6, children of and Chad, age I month,
Mike and Sue Murphy, Port children of Fred ard Brenda
St. Joe. Goebert, Port St. Joe.


" Sara Brooke, age 14 mos.,
:daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
.Moore, Port St. Joe.


- Christopher, age 12, Pam,
-ge 8%, and Mary, age 4,
children of Karl and Sherrie
Bowen, Port St. Joe.


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JoLynne, daughter of Lynne
Parker, Port Frt. Joe.
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Alison, age 7%, and Ste-
phen, age 8 mos., children of.
Quin and Pat Lowrey, Port St.
Joe.


Brian, age 6, Michael age 5,
and Rebecca, age 1, children
of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wom-
bles, Port St. Joe


SJustin, age 17 mos., son of
Tunnie and Daniel Miller,
White City.


Jennifer, age 4, and Mere-
dith, age 2, daughters of Jim
and Carolyn McNeill, Port St.


Ginger, age 18 mos., daugh-
ter of Marlen and Deanna
Taylor, White City


Shannon, age 8, and Bert,
age 7, children of Albert and
Christine Cain, Port St. Joe.


Cynthia, age 7, Darius, age
6, and Reginald, age 4, child-
ren of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
L Wilson. Port St. Joe.


Brandy, age 4, daughter of
Guy and Becky White, Port St.
Joe.


Matthew, age 3, and Adam,
age 4 mos., sons of Mr. and
Mrs. Mike White, Port St. Joe.





During the latter days of that you try to live out your.
Creation, the Lord inventoried five score years by using your
what remained of the miscel- noodle, working, playing, and
laneous parts used to fashion
the many creatures on the new
Earth.
He found, amongst the odds
and ends, just enough parts to
assemble on more living
thing.
He noted, with some con-
cern, a set of four stubby legs,
a pointy tail, long, wrinkled
neck, a pair of weak eyes, a
soft little body equipped with
exasperatingly slow-acting
muscles, and a lethargic K
brain-small, and incapable of
little more than the managing The battle for the Osceola
of a few moving parts. It was National Forest began again
easy to understand why He Monday as the Subcommittee
had left these parts until last. on Public Lands and National
But nothing in Nature is Parks heard testimony on
wasted- so the last little House Resolution 9, which is
animal was assembled. substantially the same bill that
The Lord watched this wret- I sponsored last year and which
ched little fellow make his was overwhelmingly approved
way slowly through the lush by both houses of Congress.
grasses, and saw at once that President Reagan last year
he had no chance for survival vetoed the Osceola Bill after In-
without some rework. The terror Secretary James Watt -
little beast was recalled, who had earlier indicated a
So the Lord, in His wisdom, strong preference for permitting
fitted the animal with a strip mining in the Osceola -
leathery shell, fore-and-aft, abruptly changed course and
top-to-bottom, of sufficient said he would deny mining per-
size and draft to permit all of mits requested by four com-
its substantial parts to be panies holding lease rights to
drawn inside and hatches the forest.
closed. He named him Turtle. One of the companies has
Turtle has crawled through since taken the case to court.
the eons of geologic time with The future of the Osceola
neither the need nor inclina- National Forest is too important
tion to change himself in the to North Florida to be left in the
slightest. Preferential treat- hands of the courts, especially
ment by the Lord provided when the Interior Department
him with safety, shelter, mo- has already through Congres-
bility, and five score more sional testimony indicated it
years of life. finds no fault with their plans.
If the Lord has considered At issue is whether four
you incapable of protecting companies would be permitted
yourself, He would also have to strip mine one third of the
enclosed you in a shell. So it National Forest to recover a
must have been in His plan mineral that is currently a glut


iBeach VFD Auxiliary Making Plans for Ling Festival
-Plans were discussed for president, presided a,t this held during this weekend, it room area. equipment. Call her at 648-5016 Jane Mahler and her comn
sponsoring a 'bingo game meeting, and Ray Pretf'ley, a was decided to have all this Arlene McCullough an- for further information, tee are to take charge of
during the Ling Festival on new member, was introduced, activity in two locations in nounced that hospital equip- Alice Kunel, president of the purchase of same.
May 21, by the Auxiliary of the Plahs were also discussed Mexico Beach. ment is on loan, without Sea Oats and Dunes Garden The auxiliary will m
Mexico Beach Fire Depart- for a bake sale and a arbeque A canvas divider was placed charge, to those who may be in Club, reported on landscaping again on Thursday, May 5, a
rpent, during the April 7th on Memorial Day, IVItay 28. As in the fire hall and ceiling fans need of crutches, a wheel- and plants recommended by P.M. Central timeand invi
meeting. Jean Heatheock, a rummage sale will also be were installed in the meeting chair, a walker, and other the'garden club's committee, all to attend this meeting.


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on the market.
Phosphate industry studies
show that there is no need for
the comparatively miniscule
deposits in the Osceola, and en-
vironmental studies have shown
that reclamation technology is
insufficient to restore the forest
to present uses after mining.
I have been sponsoring
legislation to protect the
Osceola for more than 10 years


thinking safe, and utilizing all
protective safety devices
available.



Congressman

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Reports



now and it has passed the U.S.
House of Representatives on
four different occasions.
Last year for the first time it
also passed the U.S. Senate
and the combined product was
sent to the President, who
vetoed it after Congress had
adjourned.
Because Congress was ad-
journed there was no opportuni-
ty to try to override the veto so
the entire legislative process
must be begun again.
I plan to pursue enactment
of this legislation this year just
as aggressively as I have in the
past.


The U.S. Senate has begun
work on its version of a science
and mathematics education bill
and I look forward to quick ac-
tion by the Senate to pass such
a bill.
The House of Represen-
tatives last month passed a
science and math education bill
which I sponsored.
There will doubtlessly be dif-
ferences in approaches in the
legislation ultimately passed by
the Senate and that approved
earlier by the House but I feel
confident that representatives
of both Houses of Congress will
bring forward a combined bill
which will address the problems
in these educational disciplines
which will help our nation com-
pete in future technological ad-
vances and in the international
marketplace, as well as better
preparing our young people to
participate in the economic
benefits of high-tech industry.


T WEEK MAY 2-9


50,.000 Floridians will die this year from Heart Attack or Stroke!




We want to save some of those lives YOU can help!



.Open Your Heart Give Generously!!






Port St. Joe High School Band members will call on you at home for your contribution.

(We Salute These Wonderful Young People Helping the Heart Association)


or


Make Your Check Out to Heart Association and Mail It to:

Heart, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456






We Piedle to you a great growth in Heart Education in Our Schools. We Pledge Help to the

Ambula ice Squad and Plan A Great Big Health Fair This Fall.



IT'S YOUR HEART GULF COUNTY CHAPTER

HELP IS KEEP IT BEATING!! AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

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