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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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 37


THE STAR
Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1983


'0 ONSTICTUIO py

200 Per Copy ,


At Highland View'


This Datsun sports car ended up in a 98, east of Port St. Joe Sunday evening.
deep ditch after turning over on Highway -Star photo


Sports Car Flips Over


Catherine Fitzsimmons and David
Holt, both of Panama City, were treated
and released from Gulf Pines Hospital
Sunday evening, after the 1981 Datsun in
which they riding, turned over and ended
up in a ditch on Highway 98. two and a half
miles east of the City.
According to Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper, Bill Godwin, the sports car was
travelling toward Port St. Joe, towing a
Hobicat sailboat. Miss Fitzsimmons, who
was driving, lost control of the car on a
---..


curve and ran off the north shoulder.
car overturned and ended up in the d
beside the highway. The sailboat ca
loose when the car overturned and
ended up in the ditch.
Both passengers of the vehicle m
taken to Gulf Pines by the Port St.
Squad of the Gulf County Volun
Ambulance service for treatment.
Trooper Godwin charged Miss f
simmons with reckless driving.


Offers Cemetery



Clean-u.p ervice

The City of Port St. Joe took Association offered to keep the and will need a stu
under consideration, the'offer cemeteries cle4n and tended ing rather than
of the Gulf County Association for $100 per month. "Those blocks an
for Retarded Citizens to pro- "This is an offer which will work used to build t
vide a- clean-up service for be good for the clients and for aren't as hard as t
Holly hill Cemetery as a the City of Port St. Joe," use today. The sand
therapy project for clients of Mayor Frank Pate remarked, pitting them bad".
the Association, which was The Association is becoming The Commission
made Tuesday" night. The more and more involved in take bids on stu
community service projects to building and reply
allow clients of the association windows'.
to be more actively involved in WATER ESCAI
Cheese the community and to teach A periodic wal
responsibility, report indicated th
The City is contacting the lost some 30 million
D epot At association directors to try water in seven
and work out an agreement treatment operation]
B h as to scope of the services "I think we need
Bea c es which could be expected from why". Mayor Pate
the clients and if they would Haddon told Pat
The St. Joe Beach Fire care to expand their proposed lost a good bit of tl
Department will become a responsibilities to include both water when a six
site for food distribution for of the City's cemeteries, burst about two m
all participants living with- PIER NEEDS WORK "A lot of water will
in the St. Joe Beach and City Commissioner James broken six inch mai
Beacon Hill areas. All B. Roberts remarked to the short time.
participants must pre- Commission Tuesday night "You're compa
register May 6, 1983 from that the City Pier at the west reading from one r
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in end of Fifth Street, is going to the reading of 1,50
order to received food need some work in the near Water Commission
items at this new location. future. , Roberts said. He
Applicants from the St. Joe -"'Some of the timbers in the water pumped was
Beach and Beacon Hill pier are beginning to go bad by one meter at the
area who are being served and will have to be replaced in that was being comr
at the Port St. Joe site must the near future", Roberts the combined re,
transfer their applications said. He suggested the com- some 1,500 meters i
in order to receive food mission come up with some "That figure is c
items at the new site. suggestions as to what to do to you consider we p
The guidelines for distri-' make any repairs more per- 28-30 million gallons
bution of these special manent. . month , Roberts sa
commodities shall be as . The City also is 'in the ' .
follows: Income level as process of rehabilitating te ate sai c
used by the Food Stanmp Centennial Building and de- take o-nly a few h
Office; To all Senior Citi- cided to take bids to stucco the some morning to pu
zens age 60 and over building and replace windows detector to work and
regardless of income; To with plexiglas windows to lines in the city f
Food Stamp recipients; To, reduce breakage. leaks to determine v
unemployed, regardless of Street Superintendent, Dor- nothWe have one",
previous income. ton Haddon, said the building The city has a lea
. is nearly,sandblasted all over (Continued On P


Water Users Warned


matter of procedure. The operators didn't submit
the samples in the manner which DER requires,
so the notice was posted", he said.
Prather said after the chlorinator was
repaired, the only problem was that the smell of
* chlorine was too strong, probably from a little too
much of the treatment chemical getting into the
water. "The water is no worse than it's been for
some time now", Prather said.
S Highland View has suffered difficulties with
* its water system for some time now because of a
lack of finances to make repairs. The system has
been allowed to deteriorate over the years due to
malfunctioning meters. When the meters began to
go bad, the system started charging customers the
minimum for water service due to inability to


measure water consumption. This didn't bring in
enough revenue to maintain the system, and retire
its debt service.
The system's committee has asked the County
commission to make application for a grant to
perform necessary maintenance to the system arid
get it in good shape again.
Prather said the "boiled water" notice was
liftedby DER when the system's operators turned.
in the proper samples after working on the,
chlorinator.
' The system was built with a combination
government grant and loan some 25 years ago, and "
has been governed by a board of water district
commissioners, appointed by the governor, since
it was built.






tsHelp
advisement by the continue the program because
ioard for possible of a short-fall of funds. The
tion. City was expecting some
WEWA PROGRAM $47,000 from its share of the
board discussed the. state sales tax revenues but is
es of ewahitca receiving only $25,000. The
its funding from theCommunity Action program is
it Action (includihe one of the programs the City is
ty Action �(ludig curtailing to accommodate
of the county, due to he shortage in funds.
problems. "If they cut off the money, it
will mean the end of the
said if the City cuts activity", Wilder said
after June 1, as it has The Community Action pro-
l do, it will mean the gram is funded by a grant to
ie program in the the school board and matching
hka area. 'funds' from both the cities of
wahitchka City Comr- Port St. Joe and Wewahitch-
ias said must dis- ka.


The Department of Environmental Regulation'
placed a "Boiled Water Notice" in Highland View
for people using the water from the 25-year-old
system the middle of last week, but county
sanitarian, Winston Prather, under whose juris-
diction water testing falls, said the designation
was more procedure than from a danger from
drinking the water.
Prather told The Star the notice was posted
because the water system committee didn't follow
correct procedure following break-down of the
system's chlorinator machine.
According to Prather the chlorinator at the
plant broke down and was repaired. "The system
was required to submit water samples for two
days in a row after the repairs were made, as a


To Help With Projects


School Board Offers I


The Gulf County School
The Board will give assistance to
litch the Band Boosters and the
ame Elementary PTA in Port St.
also Joe in projects for the next
school year, according to B
Walter Wilder, Superinten-
were dent of Public Instruction for
Joe -Gulf County.
teer The Board will give assist-
ance to the Band Boosters in
Fitz- purchasing new band uni-
forms for the next school year.
The Band Boosters will pay
for the uniforms, but the'
School Board will make them
/ a loan of a portion of the
purchase price, with the Band
Boosters re-paying the loan
- over a period of time.
The Band Blosters will
raise the money in various
projects and .activities
-throughout the year.
' TO SURFACE
PLAYGROUND
In other cooperative im-


icco cover-
painting.
id cement
he building
the ones in
Blasting is
agreed to
ccoing the
lacing the
PING?
ter usage
e City has
i gallons of
months of
n.
to find out
said.
e the City
he missing
inch main
months ago.
go out of a
in in just a
ring the
meter with
0 meters"
James B.
said the
measured
plant and
pared with
adings of
n the city.
lose when
ump soine
of water a
aid.
I, "It will
burs early
it the leak
I check the
for major
whether or
Pate said.
k detector
'age 8)


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4'


This group 'of townhouses is just getting underway near , one of at least three large deve
Gulf Aire subdivision at St. Joe Beach. The.complex is only


provemients, the School Board
will match money furnished
by the Elementary School


PTA to hard surface a portion
of the kindergarten play area
at the school. The area to be
hard-surfaced is to be used for
play with wheeled toys such as
tricycles.
Wilder said only a portion
of the play area will be
hard-surfaced.
The PTA has $3,000 avail-
able for the project. The
School Board will match the
sum.
ANIMAL FARM
As an experimental project,
the Board has discussed the
possibility of installing a small
zoo made up of Florida wild
animals and plan to have the
zoo in operation, on an experi-
mental basis by next school
.year at the Port St. Joe
Elementary School.
-Thf zoo will serve a
two-fold purpose", Wilder
said. "It will teach responsi-
bility, since the students will
be charged with caring for the
animals, and it will teach the
students to identify the ani-


Pancakes


Kiwanians Serving
T- . � ' L't -, ; � ) I


Them Up Saturday
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis munity College to support of
Club will be selling their the Girl Scout program here in
county-famous pancakes Sat- south Gulf County, all sup-
urday morning in downtown ported by their various activi-
Port St. Joe in their annual ties and projects during the
pancake day activity, accord- year.
ing to club president John The pancake day Saturday
Gilmore and project chair- will ,have the club busily
man, Ed McCain. cooking arid serving pancakes
The Kiwanis Club has adop- under the tent at the corner of
ted the pancake day on the Reid Avenue and Fifth Street
first Saturday in May as an on the corner lot.
annual event which is design- The menu will consist of all
ed to make money for Kiwanis the pancakes you care to eat
youth projects for the year. served along with bacon .or'
Thus far in the year, the sausage and coffee for $2.00.
Kiwanis Club has put some According to. McCain, the
$3,000 into youth and youth serving isn't scheduled "to
related programs ranging begin until 7:00 and continue
from the beginning of a until noon, "But we'll have the
'perpetual scholarship for a edffee ready around 6:30 in the
student at Gulf Coast 'Com- morning",McCain said.


Beaches. t


Boom this larl

Pass is only
ings being bu
| . The townhouse
Siof from five
h units under o
BId T Proving very
U area of Flo
Building inspectors and real houses, while
estate people all agree there is investment i
a genuine boom going on in the economic
south Gulf County - especial- beaches area
ly with the real estate business tral sewage s
along the beaches area of the ed.
county. ' POT:
According to unofficial re- While deve
cords, there are currently ing along
some 135 buildings being built beaches - pa
in that area from the west established b
boundary ofMexico Beach to Mexico Beac
. ..'. . .. , the Franklin-Gulf county line. and Beacon H
According to one realtor, if calls the Indi
there were central water and Joseph Penin
sewer systems in' the area with the most
. 1 involved, the building boom area.
elopments in the area. would be even larger. With larg
- -Star photo Primary among the build- beachfront pr


mals they happen to see in and under a(
around their environment . School B
Wilder said if the school gets future act
the value the Board hopes out
of the project, a similar DISCUSS
project will in all likelihood be siilitihe
started at all the elementary Posibiti
schools in the county. removing
SCommuni
HEAR PROPOSAL recreation
Frankie Mills filed a propo- northend
sal with the Board to furnish funding p
security services for the var- Wilder
ious schools in the district. i funds a
As of this time, the schools said it wil
do not have a security force. end of th
"We hadn't considered the Wewahitcl
matter", Wilder, said. The Wev
Mills' proposal was taken mission h


IMan Killed In Shooting


Accident Sunday Evening


Sheriff Keu Murphy said yesterday
that the accidental shooting death of a
20-year-old man is still under investigation
by his department.
Pronounced dead on arrival at Gulf
Pines Hospital from the gunshot wound
was David Post, age 20, who was staying
with relatives at St. Joe Beach. He was a
resident of New York state.
Sheriff Murphy said his department
was notified of the incident at 7:28 Sunday
afternoon. A 17-year-old juvenile was Iden-
tified by the department as being the other
party involved in the Incident. His name
was not revealed because of his age.
According to the investigation, the two


ge beachside villa near Indian
one of several houses being built


ilt is townhouses.
ses are composed
v to 415 dwelling
ne roof or cluster.
y popular' in this
orida, .the town-
considered a big
n these parts are
al way to develop
as where no cen-
system is involv-

ENTIAL
lopment is mov-
rapidly at the
particularly at the
beaches areas of
h, St. Joe beach
[ill - one realtor
ian Pass and St.
nsula as the area
t promise for the
e expanses of
property available


boys had been in a bedroom at a home in
Highland View working on a school project
for about an hour, when they started to
leave. The juvenile brushed up against a
.410 shotgun which was leaning up against
the wall, knocking it to the floor. When he
leaned over to pick the gun up, it went off
as he picked It up, striking Post in the
throat. Port St. Joe Volunteer Ambulance
Squad members were called to the scene,
but found Post to be already dead when
they arrived on the scene.
Sheriff Murphy said Dr. Edmund
Keilman of Fort Walton Beach performed
the autopsy on Post, after Dr. Sapala
refused to do so.


in the area.'This and other homes are
developing a 15-mile beach area.


for development, the area is
just beginning to move in this
direction. Here, again, the
townhouse is proving popular.
But, right now, property is
the hot item in the Indian Pass
area. According to one real-
tor, there are some 15 miles of
beachfront property available
for development and prices
are jumping. "Gulf front
property which sold for $300 a
front foot two years ago, is
now selling for $600 a front
foot, and some investors call-
ing that cheap at the price".
Bay front property on St.
Joseph Peninsula which sold
for $100 a front foot at auction
two years ago, is now bringing
$200 per foot, according to the
realtor.
While much of the property
sale activity is speculation,
building is going on at a fast


pace south and east of Port St.
Joe. St. Joseph Peninsula is
beginning to fill up with
expensive homes and build-
ings, as well as all the
beachfront property from the
Peninsula to Indian Pass.
Most of the present develop-
ment is by out of state owners.
and people from South Florida
moving to this area because
property is cheaper and the,
area isn't as crowded - yet.
WESTERN BEACHES
West and north of Port St.
Joe, building is going on at the
fastest pace ever, according to
one realtor.
Mexico Beach City Clerk
Pat Hutchinson estimated
their e are currently at least 35
buildings under construction
right now in the 3.2 miles
of Mexico Beach. .Each of
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.Editorials and Comments


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1983


For
nation ha
its poor 1
poor plan
that the
. focused o
and other
..see no ho
' : Our n
S like a
diplomatic
' ' regardless
. .how big
Of cc
much bet
nation she
.central a
years and
them be t
:� the Amer
- down sou
meet at I
,_.with their
'- ineet at
different
-American
S- We c,
Attention
.K .nations a
0oncern fi
7 what we c
::.. After
.'ve should
F- America


Need to Protect
t.



Our Underbelly.

this entire century our have had a 20 year warning of what
s handled its relations with was coming. When we supported
brothers to the south with Fidel Castro until finally it dawned
ning and poor taste, so now onus that he was using our nation to.
attention of the world is aid his Communistic cause, -it was
n El Salvador, Nicaraugua too late.
's "south of the border" we We still have most of South
e still have most of Sout
ipe to change things now. America and Mexico' to deal with in
nation seems destined to be a' positive manner. We Wonder if.
bull in a china shop, our government is taking any
ically, wherever we go, positive steps to prevent the things
ss of the circumstances 'or now happening in Central America
the stakes may be. , from happening in these countries,
course, hindsight is much, or will we wind up 20 years from now
ter than foresight, but our with a Communistic revolution on
)uld have been courting the the south banks of the Rio Grande
nd South Americans for Riyer?
d years, rather than allow It could happen. It has an even
to be exploited. If some of better chance of happening if we
'ican businesses operating ignore the plights of Mexico.
ith had been expected to
east some of the criteria We don't think moves like giving
wage-earners they have to away the Panama Canal will help,
home, we might find a ' matters. As a matter of fact, that
attitude in these Central piece of diplomacy probably hurt
i nations right now. more than it h.lped.
an -see the need to place If we would, in some way, try to
on the Central'American arrange the lifestyle of Latin
ind we can see having Americans to where they would
or their future, and doing have an ample supply of beans, a
an to influence that future. bed, and shelter,. the region would
what happened to Cuba, probably settle down and our ;
I be in solid with Central southern underbelly would be more
at this point in time. We secure.


Eroding Tea

Our schools are still in the news
S" and what they will and will not
require for teachers who teach class
and students who receive a diploma
at the end of a 12 year tenure in
. secondary schools.

Some people are chafing at what
they define as inediocrity in our -
schools and feel such mediocrity is
f-undermining education.

We say the tests for teachers
. and tests for students don't even
S represent a passing grade, so how
S could they aspire to any goals as
S ofty as mediocrity?
Some of the leaders attacking
the testing program which teachers
'must pass in order to get a Florida
* certificate are professors at Florida
. A&M University. To be fair, some of
- the testing program's champions
S.also come from A&M, also. Seventy
_-..percent of those from FAMU taking
the required test failed. Next, the
tests may start testing the profes-
sors who are supposed to be training
the student teachers who are not
passing the tests.
Wouldn't that be a smelly kettle




Summer Brin

NOW THAT SUMMER IS HERE- a tu
I have a lot of work to do. There's ' court
the tomatoes to plant, the yard to build
fertilize and get into shape, The flower infoi
beds to weed, the ravages of winter to in be
clean up, plants to plant, and fishirig'to
do.
By the time that's all lone, there
will be the yard to clean,,grass to cut,
flower beds to clean out, weeds to cut,
tomatoes to tend, blueberries Jo pick,
grass to cut and fishing to do.
From the looks of things, the
'fishing to do' might suffer from the
rest of the things which have to be done.
I think before it is all over I'm going
to be looking for and wishing for winter
: r once again. At least in the winter time I
Shad a built-in excuse for just getting in C
comfortable in my chair in front of the Bay
TV and watching a ball game. Now, it's Bea
back to the old salt mine for the better
part of the remainder of the year with there
no let-up in sight. get
When you wish for summer time, I defe
guess you had better get ready to pay susp
the price for summer time. : who
" ' * * . + + + + I * :" - . . '. -


ONE THING I DID now that the.
weatheris warm and pleasant was take,


tea
buil


Gulf county at well as that part of
county we claim, out at Mexico
ch. .
It reminds me of the Big War. Back
n, if a person could work, he could
a job working at some sort of
ense job. As a matter of fact, I
pect a few people were on payrolls
didn't do much working.
Today, if a person even claims kin
carpenter, he can get a job building
dings at the beach.


Some things never change
and I think it's good. Things'
like the taste of good bourbon
or the smell of a good looking
woman on Saturday night.
AMd the -aste, of graham
crackers.
There are literally hundreds
of different brands of crackers
on the market today. It HAS
not always been this way.
When I was much younger
(remember, it wasn't that
long. ago) there .were only
three crackers that could 'be
purchased:' Ritz,'Saltines, and
Grahaim crackers. Oh, there
were others but they did not
sell like the "Big Three" and
usually sat on the shelf and
were soon removed for lack of
sales.
Graham crackers were al-
ways my favorites and I still
love 'them today. The taste and
texture has remained un-
changed since I can remeim-
ber. And the taste is good!
They 'are not a real sweet
tasting cracker but have a



Letters
to the
Editor


Samaritans
cher Prestie Live in St.Joe
t~b~r" Pga


'of fish
We don't mind saying - even
to the point of being accused of being
racist - that we wouldn't want those
teachers who cai't pass the simple
teachers licensing test, teaching our
children. We just wouldn't stand still
for-:itg teaic"er"can-'tipas the-
simpple-.test they are required to
pass, in all probability the average
high school student could teach them
something.
We shouldn't stand for mediocr-
ity in our schools. Too much is at
stake with the future of our children.
and with the future of our nation to
put up with having anything except
excellence at . the. head of the
classrooms in our schools.
, Those who would settle for any
less don't have any business being in.
our system, either. They have
proven by their -words and actions
they will put up with mediocrity
just to see that their friends get the
prestige of being identified as. a
teacher. If the desires for mediocr-
ity are allowed to succeed even the
designation, teacher, would be sus-
pect as to its prestige.


Editor:
Please allow me space in
your paper to publicly thank
: God and three young people
from Port St. Joe, for saving
the lives of my husband and
me during a boating accident.
On Saturday, April 16, my
husband and I were fishing in
the river at White City. Our
boat struck something in the
water,.destroyedthe-boat, and
threw us into the water.
The water was very swift
and the passing of tug boats
had churned it even more. I
can't swim, but my husband
can, but thank the Lord, we
both had on life jackets. After
much struggling and praying
we were able to hang on to a
stump in the water.
God surely had the right
people in the right place, at
the right time. Mike Mitchel,
Donny McArdle, and Teresa
Ford of Port St. Joe came by
and helped us into their boat
and carried us to shore. They
also helped diag our boat and
things to land. They were
extremely kind and helpful,
but to these three people and
to the Lord, we'd like to say
thank you. We are deeply
indebted.
Sincerely,
Frankie & Martha Elder
Slocomb, Al 36375


By: Wesley R. Ramsey


ALL OF THIS BUILDING came to
mind Friday morning, when I wais
reading the Panama City News-Herald.
The paper said Gulf county had the
largest unemployment record in Flor-
ida during the month of March, with 20
percent unemployed, while Bay county
was reported to be doing great sihce
everybody was getting back to work.
It's all in the way you write a
headline I suppose. ' '
Gulf county gained its notriety. by
- ^.,


There have been people from a
paper mill in Panama City for the
major part of a year and now that it's
finally running, and the summer tourist
season is starting, Bay county can
qualify for a bright sounding headline.
It doesn't matter that Bay county's
unemployment picture has been far
darker than Gulf on a consistent basis.
We're happy for the people of Bay
county, just as we 'are happy for the
people of Gulf county, that they are now


distinct taste that is akin to
"sweet 'n sour" and fits
perfectly with a big, cold glass
of milk. .
When I was a kid (it's hard
to believe, but I .was) there
Swe re not a lot of sweets kept at
our house like there are today..
Mother would make a cake or
some pies on Sunday but they
were usually gone by sun-
down, especially if the preach-
er had come over for Sunday


.s Warm Balmy Weather.
s3.1 : *! MY �


trn around the south end of the
ity last Thursday' looking at thb
ding going on and getting up
rmation for a story on the the boom
each buildings now under way here


. They are hammering, sawing,
shoveling, laying block, landscaping all
over the beaches both north and south
of Port St. Joe.


dinner. Occasionally, how-
ever, Mother would buy a box
of graham crackers for lunch-,
es and snacks and they didn't
last long, either. And ait wasn't
the preacher who ate them.
There are many ways to eat
and enjoy Graham crackers.
You can eat them by themsel-
ves or you can enjoy them
with a glass of milk. My
favorite way is to soak the end
of one until it is soft and eat


the soft part. I then soak the
hard part again and eat it
when it's soft. This way gives
me a longer time to savor the
flavor and really enjoy the
taste. The milk tastes good,
too.
Another way to enjoy' Gra-
ham crackers is to crumble
them up in a glass or bowl and
pour milk over them. For a
little extra taste add a few
fresh strawberries to them
and you have an anti-Weight-
Watchers delight. This me-
thod is particularly good if you
are extremely hungry or need'
a fast snack.
A Graham cracker-Peanut
. Butter sandwich can't be beat
for a hearty snack. A sand-
wich with a good cold glass of
milk is so good it will make
you slap your daddy away
from the table. Well, it might


make you want to think about
it if you're hungry enough and
your daddy is small' enough.
Anyway, eaten this way Gra-
ham crackers are at their
very best.
Graham crackers were al-
ways so convenient when I
was a boy. I could slip one of
the individually wrapped
packages out of the box and off
to the creek I would go. They
are also good washed down
with a little spring water-
upstream spring water, of
course.
I still love Graham crackers
today. The extra ten pounds or
so I carry will attest to that.
And although this is not an
"advertisement for Graham
crackers, don't let my extra
weight dissuade you from
trying them. They are. good!
Try 'em, you'll like 'emil!


, . And A Lot of Extra Work


having the paper mill close down for
two weeks in the month of March. The
two weeks down were enough to qualify
us for unemployment compensation on
a wholesale basis and become famous.


working in greater numbers than
before, no matter what report is put out
concerning their unemployment or
employment picture.
There's nothing like a steady job to
keep the wolf away from the door.

SPEAKING OF ARTICLES in the
News-Herald, I was amused by a letter
to the editor in Thursday's paper.
It proved the Gulf county Commis-
sion was correct in surmising the
county might get some bad vibes from
the people in the Dr. Sapala suit if
things proceeded as they were.
A letter from a Larry Fleming
seemed to castigate the county for
failing to pay its bills.
I could say something here about
Fleming putting his pen into motion
before his brain went into gear, but it
wouldn't be the thing to do, since
Fleming's reaction was based on
information he had read in his
newspaper in Bay county.
Fleming had the picture of Gulf
county being a dead-beat..
This isn't so. Gulf county is just


averse to big government telling it what
to do and setting rules for doing it which
goes contrary to the law and good
business.
For instance, Fleming got on Gulf's
case for not making Baker Act
payments for indigents who must
receive mental health treatment as an
out patient.
In the first place, Gulf county
objects to the way the law was written
and the only way to effectively object is
to withhold payment.
Under the act, Gulf county (and
Bay county> is expected to.pay the bills
sight unseen. That is, they have no
proof the person treated actually abides
in Gulf county, nor do they have proof
the people qualify as indigents under
Gulf county guidelines as set out by
law. According to an objection at
having to pay such a bill, the county has
been told it has no right to know whose
exense they are paying.
Does Fleming do that with his
personal bills? He more than likely
knows what he is being charged for
when he writes a check. Gulf county
would like to know what they-are
paying for, also.


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.
High Low


May 5
May 6
May 7
May 8
May 9
May 10
May 11
May 12


5:50 p.m.
6:43p.m.
7:50 p.m.
1:29 p.m.
9:51 p.m.
11:26a.m.
10:57 a.m.
11:08a.m.
11:30am.


4:05 a.m.
4:33a.m.
5:02a.m.
4:52 a.m.
4:12p.m.
4:15a.m.
6:42 p.m. *;
7:48 p.m.
8:51 p.m.
9:39 p.m.


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"Spring Brings Out Con Men to


Prey on the Gullible" - Murph
.'Spring . brings out more Rotary Club last Thursday. your asphalt drive, paint your about as- muc
than the robins, it brings out Sheriff Murphy said the con roof, put on siding, fix drive- will bear". I
the robbers, con men and men seem to be more on the ways, trim trees, etc. out that -tw(
gypsies to prey on the:unsus- move in the spring than any , "Most of their work and performed in
pecting and the gullible", othertime of the year and will services are not 'up to par' area differed
Sheriff Ken Murphy told the offer to do such things as paint and usually the. charge is much as 50 p


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Mayor Frank Pate, center, purchases the first poppy from Renee Schlckman, Chairmi
of the Ladles Auxiliary V.F.W. Post 10069 as George S. Coody, Chairman of the V.F.W. Po
10069, looks on. The Veterans of Foreign Wars will sell the poppies on May 21st, which has bei
designated as "Poppy Day". "Buddy Poppies" are made by disabled veterans, and the pr
ceeds are used to aid disabled and needy veterans.


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IREVIVA


Sister Robin Ba
from St. Joe Beac&

Church of'
105 17th Street
Apalachicola, Florida

Sunday - 6:30 P.M
Monday through Frid
7:30 P.M.
Everyone Welcome tc


OBITUARIES:


y
h as the
Murphy p
) similar
the Port
-in pri
er cent


because the customer
have any more money
"You can usually tel
people because they wai
to hurry up, act, now, pa
= and get a bargain. A
mate operator doesn't
delay while you che
credentials", Murphy
The Sheriff said that
the people don't usually
property any harm, m
their work done is
inferior or skimpy ma
or the charge is much
than a legitimate op
would perform the san
vice for.
Guests of the club
Wheelettes Donna Wai
Valeria Renfro and ho
Rotarian, Jimmy Gree

Guidance Gi
toMeet May]
The Board of Direc
the Gulf County Gi
Clinic, Inc. will ho
regularly scheduled r
an on Tuesday, May 10,
Dst P.M. (EDT). The meet
en be held in the Clinic Co
ro- ce Room at 311 W
Avenue in Port St. Joe


Book Sale Sat.


to Aid Library


The Gulf County Library
Advisory Board will have a
Book Sale in conjunction with
the Kiwanis Pancake Day, on
May 7 at the corner of 5th
Street and Reid 'Avenue in
Port St. Joe.
These books are those previ-
ously donated to the Library
that cannot be placed on the
shelves, either because of the
cost involved or because they
are duplications of books


already in the Lib
Every book placed o
Library shelf costs
process plus the cost of
There will be books for
all kinds and descript
very reasonable prices
browse and buy!
All proceeds will be i
the libraries in Port
and Wewahitchka by
brary Board.


.... AR.... -AAR WillMeet,


Saturday at Noon
The Saint Joseph Bay Chap- All AARP men
ter of the American Associa- interested persons
tion of Retired Persons will and members of ot.
iley meet on Saturday, May 7 at 12 Chapters, and gi
Noon, EDT, in the Commons cordially invited to i
h ;Area of the Port St. Joe High special covered
School. The hosts are all the luncheon.
men, and they ask all mem-
G a bers to being a covered dish
tea will be furnished.
; Mrs. Wlliam Pfost has a fun 1/
memory filled program plan- -Eds Coi
Sned. Ladies are asked to
decorate their hats and join Pfe. GregorIy S.
. 1 the Hat Parade and win a 6ofWoodrow A. and
,prize. All mothers will be Jones of 2111 Juni
lay honored with a special skit. Port St. Joe, has
SThe Chapter's own "Saints" the' UH-1 helicopt
will entertain with songs loved course at the U
o Attend by all, and dances from when Aviation School, Fol
members were young will be Ala.
performed. ' Tho nrsa is ri,


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1983


Funeral Services Thursday

for Robert E. Browning


.trgc Robert Everett Browning,
pointed 22, of Davenport, died Monday
r jobs in Tacoma, Wash. He was a
St. Joe former resident of Port St.
ces as Joe'
merely He is survived by his father,
didn't John Browning; his mother,

antyou B. J. Farley, 75,
ay cash
legiti- Diesat Home
ck his B. J. Farley, 75, of Beacon
said Hill, died early last Thursday
t while at-his residence. He had lived
do our here for the past four years,
iuch of moving here from Wisconsin.
with He was a retired self-employ-
aterials ed masonry worker
h more Survivors include: his wife,
operator Mrs. Irene Hodge Farley of
me se '- Beacon Hill; one son, Donald
Farley of Beloit, Wis.; one
were daughter, Delores Roloff of
rd and Janesville, Wis.; three bro-
norary others, Bernard Farley and
r. . Dan Farley, both of Ill., and
Raymond Farley of Chicago,
nic Ill.; one sister, Elaine McWil-
L liams of Chicago; 12 grand-
o0 children; and several great-
grandchildren.
tors of A visitation and' private
guidance prayer service was held in the
old its Gilmore Chapel . Thursday
meeting 'evening. The body was sent to
at 7:00 Beloit, Wis., for funeral ser-
ing will vices and burial'
nferen- All arrangements were un-
lilliams der the direction of Gilmore
e. Funeral Home of Port St. Joe.

Gulf County
School Lunch

MENUS
Monday, May 9
3raries. Fiestada, sliced fruit, mixed
on the vegetables, peanut butter
$10 to cookies, and milk.
repair. Tuesday, May 10
sale of Tuna macaroni salad,
ions at cheese wedge, green beans,
;.Come crackers, cobbler, and milk.
Wednesday, May II
Meat and cheese sandwich,
used in buttered corn, fruit jello, and
St. Joe milk.
the Li- Thursday, May 12
Fried chicken, Waldorf sal-
ad, lima beans, rolls, and
milk.
*, . Friday, May 13
S*,.. - Cheeseburger- French fries,
green peas, cake, and milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.
rs, all
er 55, Rifle Club
AARP L 'i11'
s are
nd this
May Meets Tonite
The Gulf Rifle Club will hold
its monthly meeting at 7:30
ies p.m.. May 5, at the Welding
Shop Classroom.
Items on the agenda will
rse include monthly shoots at the
Range.


Jones, son
Bonnie M,: .
per Ave.,
completed
er repair
.S. Army
rt Rucker.
eiagnprd tn


provide enlisted personnel
S'with a working knowledge in
. organizational, direct and ge-
neral support maintenance on
the UH-1 helicopter. Person-
nel are trained in the duties of
crew chief and record keeper.
His wife, Era, is the daugh-
ter of Malcolm E. Parker of
Paxton, and Eva L. Hanna of
DeFuniak Springs.
The private is a 1980 gradu-
ate ofPort St. Joe Jr.-Sr.High
School


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REASONS
to see your good
neighbor agent


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Mary McFarland Hornsby of
Davenport; one brother,
Johnny Browning of Daven-
port; his grandfather, Everett
McFarland of Port St. Joe;.
and one nephew.
Services will be held Thurs-
day at 3:00 p.m. at the Oak
Grove Assembly of God
Church, with the Rev. David
Fernandez officiating. Burial

David Post
Dies Suddenly
David M. Post, 20, died sud-
denly Sunday evening in
Highland View. He was a
native and lifelong resident of
Edmeston, New York. He was
visiting relatives in Florida at
the time of his death.
He is survived by his father,
Donald Post of Oneonta, N.Y.;
his mother, Shirley Mae Post
of Edmeston, N.Y. and one
sister Virginia Ellis.
His body will be taken to
Houk-Johnston Funeral Home
in Edmeston, New York, for
funeral services and inter-
ment.
Local arrangements were
by Comforter Funeral Home.


PAGE THREE


will follow in the family plot at All services will be under
Holly Hill Cemetery of Port St. the direction of Gilmore
Joe. Funeral Home.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1983


, Friends Can Be A Preventive


.Garden Club to


Meet May 12
' he Port St. Joe Garden invited to attend and lear
Club will meet Thursday, May the purpose of Garden Clu
'i at 12:30 p.m. EDT at the preserve and beautify G
i"frden Center on 8th Street. world.
--Erery member is asked to The Port St. Joe Ga
bring a covered dish. The Club is proud to welcome
:.hostesses, Mrs. H. W. Griffin, new members Mrs. D1
- * if. Kenneth Bateman, Mrs. Hamby, Mrs. Jerry Rl
:'eorge Cooper, Mrs. Marvin and Mrs. M. Wynn.
-.'lenney, and Mrs. George The Port St. Joe Ga
Ha~nby will furnish rolls, tea Club Board of Directors:
iand coffee. Ethel Bridges, Mrs. Ge
' After the luncheon, the final Cooper, Mrs. H. W. Gr
:business meeting of the 1982-83 Mrs. Wesley Ramsey, Mn
jiar will be held. Mrs. Nobie P. Huie, and Mrs. S
. :&.t.one will install these 1983-84 Brown will hold the reqi
-offers: President, Mrs. Nor- May meeting on Thurs
.ian Sulzer; 1st Vice Presi- May 12 at 11:30 A.M. ED
:at, Mrs. Stiles Brown; 2nd the Garden Center.
S:Vice President, Mrs.. H. W.
i-Grin; Secretary, Mrs. John
: SStart; Treasurer, Mrs. John McLawhons
"tinuht. All members are
. :-rged.to attend, enjoy the fine Have New Son
fellowship of the May lunch- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mc
eon, and greet the new offi- hon announce the birth of
cers. Interested ladies are son, Michael Todd, born


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their
April


30th at Bay Memorial in
Panama City. He weighed 6
tbs. 7� ozs.
Proud grandparents are Mr.
anud r J,- Elier..iT5 Hall "of:
Weiahiftchlka, and .Mr. and -
Mrs.. George, McLawhon of
Port St. Joe.
Michael' Todd was wel-
comed home by his older
brothers, Andy and Jack.

"Cohscience makes egotists
of us all." Oscar Wilde


With the increasing high
cost of health care, we are all
searching for ways to cut costs
and stay well According to
new medical research, exces-
sive stress in our lives is at the
root of 50 to 80 percent of all
illness. If we can find ways to
reduce the stress in our lives,
we can not only help cut down
those medical costs, but we
can actually prevent many
illnesses from occurring in the
first place.
New medical research
shows that people who main-
lain their personal relation-
ships, especially in times of
crisis and change, have less
.mental and physical illness
than people who go it alone.
Friends, neighbors, and fami-
lies can assist you in coping
with excessive stress that
causes illness.
Most of us know about the
"harmful effects that smoking,


"' " ..-. ";DENISE AND CRAIG


7Will Wed


' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sasser of
Port St. Joe announce the
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Patricia Denise, to
Pvt. Craig Stephen Weimorts,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Weimorts, of White City.
. The bride-elect is a 1982
graduate of Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School.
The prospective groom is b
1978 graduate of Port St. Joe


Jr.-Sr. High School, and is
currently taking basic train-
ing in the U.S. Army at Fort
Knox, KY,
The wedding is planned for
June 25-at 3:00 p.m. at the
White City Baptist Church. No
local invitations will be sent,
but all friends and relatives
are invited to the wedding and
reception.


drinking too much and eating
poorly have on our health.
Most of us don't know, though,
that our personal relation-
ships are also an important
health factor. Recent medical
research shows that close and
supportive ties with others
keeps us healthier, both physi-
cally and mentally.
Consider the results of se-
veral studies:: people who
isolate themselves from
others have two to three times
the risk of early (premature)
death; terminal cancer stri-
kes isolated people more often,
than it does those who are
connected; the rates of mental
hospitalization are five ,to ten
times greater for separated,
divorced, and widowed. per-
sons than for married people;
and pregnant women under
stress and without supportive
relationships have three times
the number of complications
compared to pregnant women
with close ties who are equally
stressed.
Friends don't come for free.
It takes a lot of work to make
new friends or maintain and
nature the ones we already
have. May is Mental Health
Month, which means that your


local Gulf County Guidance
Clinic is using this opportunity
to remind us that friends can
be good medicine. For com-
plete mental health services


for children and adults, con-
tact the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic at 311 Williams Avenue
or telephone 227-1145 (24 hour
services)..


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May Day Festivities
May festivities will be held expense for each group is $1
on May 14th from 11:00 A.M. for the coronation. All moni
'til 6:00 P.M. at the Washing- from concessions will go to t
ton IRecreation Center. The sponsoring organization
Queen's Coronation will be group.
held at 3:00 p.m. The Association for Con
This celebration is in honor munity Action is coordinate
of springtime and the rebirth the day's activities. For mo
of nature. The day's activities information call C. Monette
will include large and small 229-8860.
group games, individual pre-
s..ntations'of dance and song,
_iea 'or-di'6sts, bake- Vwalk, r
tricycle parade, summer fa-
shion review, and the queen's
'coronation.
Every organization is urged
to participate in the activity
and to make it an event to
remember. To do this, every
organization or group is re-
sponsible for providing a '
queen (6-12 years old), some
form of entertainment for the
queen's coronation, and a
concession stand. The only

Chamber to

Meet Early (
The regular May 16 meeting
of the Mexico Beach Chamber TO H as
of Commerce will be held May M yr . H ..'
9 at 7:00 CDT at the Chamber , t d
building.Bir ay
'Ta ava v rncommitt ee '


and all committee chairpeople
should meet at 6:00.
The meeting will finalize
some very important plans for
the Ling Festival. All mem-
bers are urged to attend.

. CARD OF THANKS
T would like to thank every-
one for the lovely shower gifts.
Thank You,
SDonna Powell


Mr. and Mrs. Ard


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Myron Jerome Leslie cele-
brated his first birthday Mon-
day, May 2, with a birthday
party at his home in Port St.
Joe. His brother, Michael II,
other relatives and friends.
joined in the celebration.
Myron is the son of Michael
'and Pamela Leslie. His ma-
ternal grandmother is Effie C.
Crawley of Dothan, Alabama.
Paternal grandparents are
Charles and Lessie Leslie of
Port St. Joe.


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Tuesday, May 10
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Minors must be accompanied by parent


Couple Are

Married
United in holy matrimony
dn April 19th, were Sandra
Jean Clemishaw and James
Richmond Ard.
Sandra is the daughter of
Delores Haarala of Carver,
Massachusetts and Eero Ha-
arala of Stuart.
.James, a. native of Gulf.
( bounty, is the son of Dorothy
'yM '6of Wewahitchkl a nd
Horace Ard of Mobile, Ala.'
The newlyweds are now
residing in Wewahitchka.


Jantzen


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Eight soft brights, plus white, color Jantzen's easy care
stretch poplin. Very versatile with cotton knit tops.
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I Band Members to Collect


Money for Heart Fund


This Saturday is a big day
Tor the members of the Port,
St. Joe High School Band.
These young people have
volunteered to give this day to
help the Gulf County Chapter
6of the Heart Association in
their annual fund drive.. So
.look for one of these young
people'resplendent in their.
band uniform 'to call on you
this Saturday.
. They are giving a Saturday
to this cause. Won't you help
by having your check ready
when they call at your door? If
you are not going to be home
Saturday or if 'they should


has moved directly
across the street from it
318 Reid Ave. (old Telar


miss you, we urge'you to make
out -your check to Heart
Association and drop it in the
mail' addressed to: 'Heart,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
Postmaster Tom Sapp will see
that we get it.
Itemeber, seventy-five
cents of every dollar you give


wili be spent right here at
home.
Help make life a'little better
for yourself and your loved
ones. We want to keep your
heart beating. You can help.
Please, open your heart and
give generously.


Faith Christian Plans

Annual Carnival Day
This Saturday, May 7th is an School on 20th Street. The
Carnival Day at Faith Christi- Carnival promises to be big-
ger and better -than ever.
There will be games for'all
ages including: Bean Bag
.-Toss; Milk Bottle Toss; Coke
Toss; Fish Pond; Dart Bal-
loons; and many more. Other
S' attractions include the Dunk-
.ing Booth; Helium Balloons;
Face Painting; Train Ride;
and Puppet Show.
There will be plenty of food
Sas well: Sloppy Joe, Hot Dogs,
M* Popcorn, Sno-Cones, Cokes,
and lots of Bake Goods.
The Carnival will be in
operation from 10:00 AM till
'3:00 PM. There will' be a
special'Auction at 1:00 PM.
Many area businesses have
donated items for the Auction,
and it should be a good one.
Anyone wishing to donate to
the Auction, please call the
School, 229-6707.
'The proceeds from the Car-
nival will be used to build an
additional room in the main
school building for next year.
each or five for $1.00.
SCome and bring the family.
ts original location to There will be plenty of fun and
n Credit Union). fellowship. .


.... e'e Lookng Forward to Serving You In the Future �
We re Growing. . .for YOU'


SLOWERI
THIS WEEKEND from

The Decorator Den
318 Reid Avenue * Ph. 227-1862
Port St. Joe, Florida


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a MOTHER'S DAY s

0 PLANTS 0
GIVE EVERY MOTHER A LIVING PLANT


E.. RICH'S
1610 Monument Ave.
Small Bedding Plants
Begonias & Impatiens,
Full of Blooms . . . . . . . . . . . . . ea.2
6" Pots
1 Large Table, Filled with Blooms . . . . .ea. 50v

Grow Your Ferns gail.pots I
Elephant Ears $1 50r
Large Type . . . . . . . .. . . . gal. pots I


Elephant Ears
Large Type . . .. . . ..


3p50
. 3 gal. pots V


Large Scuppernongs .... $45

Large Fig Trees .........750

Large Formosa Azaleas
10" Baskets $100
Spider Fern, Coleus, Wandering Jew . . . ea.
Gerber & Shasta Daisies $ 00
Begonias, Geraniums..... E. Ea.
' FINAL CLOSE OUT SALE - ALL PLANTS
MUST BE SOLD AT SOME PRICE

Fruit Trees
Peach, Nectarine, Pear $500
As Long As They Last at I/2 Price . . . . . ea.
,Blue Berry Bushes $00
Large Type . . . . . . . . . . . . ea. $ 0
THESE ARE AVAILABLE A T
DAVID RICH'S IGA
Port St Joe and Wewahitchka


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. T]


"Nurses- The Heart


of Health" For Area

Nurses- The Heart of health care for all people." our community are assisting
lth" is the theme for states Betty Sue Wright, RN, community organizations in
rida Nurse Week to be Director of Nursing at Gull' conducting blood pressure sc-
brated May 1-7. Over Pines Hospital. In recognition reining clinics, assisting the
00 licensed nurses in Flonr- of this role, nurses will Gulf Pines Auxiliary with
will be honored during this participate in the first annual community blood drives, pro-
ewide event. Nurses Heart Classic to be viding care to the housebound
"he one-week celebration held during Florida Nurse through home health services,
been declared in cities Week to benefit the American caring' for the ill as nurses in
iss the state to bring to Heart Association. local ohvsicians' offices


public attention the role of w'orkinglas industrial nurses,
nurses in the promotion of Some of the ways that anid serving bur entire com-
health and to honor nurses for nurses are making major mtnity through the Gulf Coun-
their commitment to quality contributions to health care in tyv Public Vjealth Department.


THURSDAY.


Film Slated

At First

Baptist
As Chief of Staff of a major
metropolitan hospital, Dr. Bob
Reasoner was used to stand-
ing up for good causes. But Dr.
Reasoner is taking a stand for
his faith that may well cost
him' his job and position of
prominence. . i'
Evangelical Filmrspresents
a powerful motion picture of a
family torn by the pressures of
a busy father, the crisis of a
pregnant teenage daughter,
and the lack of communica-
tion that threatens the life of
their family.
"Greater Than Gold" is a
film that speaks out boldly
about standing firm for our
faith, about the consequences
of premarital sex, and on the
precious sanctity of life. It is
not just a film that reveals the
problems we all face, but also
how to face them and win in
Christ.
"Greater Than Gold" is a
film which reminds us that the
proof of our precious faith is
even "Greater Than Gold" (I
Peter 1:7).
"Greater Than Gold" will
be shown this Friday night,
May 6 at 7:00 in the First
Baptist Church Sanctuary.
The public is invited to attend.

FaithBible .
Marks 24 Years
Faith Bible Church was
founded 24 years ago, in April
of 1959. To commemorate the
event, a church dinner was
held on April 24th. The honor-
ed guest at the dinner was
Mrs. Mildred Elder, a long
time member of the church,
who was celebrating her ei-
ghtieth birthday. Mrs. Amelia
Davis baked a beautiful cake
depicting both the Anni-
versary and Mrs. Elder's
birthday.
The Faith Bible Church is
planning a Mother-Daughter
Banquet for Thursday night,
May 5th at the St. Joe Motel
Restaurant at 6:00 P.M. Also,
Sunday, May 8th will be a
special day honoring all the
mothers in attendance.


.ER

HAPPY
ffMOTHER'S
DAY,


Especially for Mother on Her Day

DINNER at


The Top of the Gulf Restaurant
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* Fish and Shrimp
* Salad Bar
* Dessert and Tea


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$495


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648-5275


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MAY 5, 1983


PAGE FIVE


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TAKE CHILDREN TO
THE DENTIST EARLY
natural reaction of young and old
afraid of the unknown. Once ex-
situation this fear will most often
disappear altogether.


At about three years of age, it Is a good
idea to take your child on a "visit" with you
to the dentist. Try to make It when you are
just scheduled for a checkup or cleaning rather
than some work. Your dentist will let the child
sit in the chair for a few moments. Then,
when you take the child for his first examina-
tion he will have much less fear. Discuss this
with your dentist beforehand.

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


BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
Free Parking - Drive-In Window
229-8771 317 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
0 5-5-83


School Open House, Fair


The Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
. School will host their annual
. Open House-School Fair on
, Thursday, May 5 from 6:30 to
8 30. ..
' -i : ,


Activities will include class-
room visitation, a spring band
concert, video presentations,
and a skit by one of the classes
of the English Department.
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Sharks Lose In District


Wakulla knocked the Sharks
out of the state play-offs here
last Friday afternoon behind
the five-hit pitching of Wakul-
la ace, Mike Smith.
In the first game of the
play-offs, the Sharks dumped
the Blountstown Tigers, 10-2,
with David Bearden tossing a
three-hitter at the Tigers.
Bearden walked three and
struck out 11


Jo n C. Gainous Post No.
1006'A extends a special thanks
to &Iargie Parker, owner of
the/Flea Market, for donating
fre space for their sale for the
P'6st Home.
They also wish to thank B.
IA. Mayhew and Jessie Stone
for monetary donations.
I Sincere appreciation is gi-
/ven to the following mer-
/ chants for their donations of
merchandise: Lucille's Beau-
ty Boutique, Costin's Dept.
Sl.ore,- Boyles Dept. Store,
Badcock Furniture, Danley's
Furniture, St. Joe Hardware,
Highland View Pawn Shop,
Bill's Dollar Store, General
DLollar Store, Campbell's
JDrugs, St. Joe Drugs, and
Buzzett Drugs. Also to the
members who donated mer-
chandise and the many hours
working to make the sale a
success.


Gulf County Guidance Clinic
311 Williams Avenue
Port St. Joe
Call 227-1145


May is


Mental Health Month


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PATE'S SERVICE CEN

216 Monument Avenue Pho,/


The next meeting will. be
installation of officers for the
Post and Auxiliary, at the
Florida Power Lounge at 7:30
P.M., May 10th.

Sluggers Split

With Perry
The St. Joe Sluggers split a
two game series with the
Perry All Stars over the week
end.
Saturday, the Sluggers took
a 6-5 win over the All Stars
with Ernie Bryan on the
mound for. Port St. Joe.
Sunday, the Sluggers lost
to the All Stars, 11-10 in 10
innings. Tony Beard was the
losing pitcher.
Sunday, the Sluggers travel
to Blountstown for a 4 p.m.,
game.,


Public

Notices


BID NO. W.W.T.P. 176
The C ly of Port St Joe requests bids
on' 145 Gallons, Coal Tar Epoxy Finish
with Converters. This shall be, equal to
GlIdden's Gild-Guard _#5270 (69740)
SDecificallions may be obtained from Ihe
Cily Clerk's Olfice City Hail. P. 0 Box A
Porl SI Joe. Florida 32456 Bid opening
will pe held at tile Regular City Comerrra
asin Meetilr.g on May 1 97' 13
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
is# L A' Farris. CilyfAudiloiClerIK
RS rA\u .o/Cle 2' 5/5

BID NO. 284
The City ol Port Si Joe requests quota
lions on 130) Inlity sheets ol Plexiglass
4x8x ', inches thick Specilicalons may
De oulsined front '.ne Cilt ClerK S Office
City Hall. P 0 Box A. Port St Joe. Florida
:32456 Bid opening willi be helo at Ine
Regular Cily Commission Meeling on
May 17, 1983
CITY OF PORT ST JOE,
ist L A Farrls. City AuditoilCierk 5 . :
21'56


BID NO. 283
The City of Port St. Joe requests bias
,,on stucco to ine exterior walls of the
Certennlal Buiiinrg locatea at Long
Avenue ana Arlen Memorial Way
Spepilicanons may oD obtained liom the
City Clerk's Office. City Hali P 0 Bo< A.
Port Sl Joe, Florida 32456 Bid opening
'ill be neia a mthe Regular Cily Commis
sin M.teeling cr MaN 17 1983
CITY OF PORT ST JOE
Is/ L A Frris, City Auditor/Clerk
21 �r51
BID NOi W.W.T.P. 175'
Tne City of Porl St Joe reque;Is olds
on I RubDer Lined Hyorocycione as gooa
as better man KREBS MODEL D20B-866
Specilicallons may m." obtained irorn t1n
CIt Gilerk s Olli'e Cl ir aii P 0 Box A.
Porl SI Joe FL 32456 Bid oriening wili be
held a h me Requiai City Commission
Meeting on.May 17/1983.
CiTY'OF PORT ST. JOE,
isi L A Farris, City Audllor/Clerk
21 515

PUBLIC NOTICE
The Farmers Home Ad-
ministration has for sale, from
time to time, farm, residen-
tial, business, recreation
and/or other properties. Any
licensed real estate broker in- '
terested in listing these pro-
perties should contact the'
Farmers Home Administra-
tion at 425 E. Central Ave.,
Room 311, Blountstown, Flor-
ida 32424, telephone 904/674-
4268. 3tc 5/5


The Sharks collected 12 hits
off the Tiger pitchers, convert-
ing them into 10 runs. The
Sharks scored three runs in
the first inning, two in the
second, two in the fifth, one in
the sixth and two in the
seventh.
The Tigers scored both their
runs in the first inning as
Bearden had a shaky begin-


ning before settling down to
blank the Tigers for the rest of
the game.
Pitcher Bearden helped his
own victory by being the
leading hitter for the Sharks,
collecting two hits in five trips
at plate. Both hits were
doubles. Jim Norton had two
hits in four trips to the plate,
Paul Davidson had two for
five and Tony Beard, two for


l " It is a,
alike to be
posed to a
diminish or


Eye
Openers

By Dr.
Wesley Grace


A Wakulla runner is thrown out on a close
play at home play. A fine catch and tag by


These townhouses near completion at large developments within just a few yards of
Mexico Beach near the pier. There are two each other in this area.


Beaches

these buildings contains from
five to l5 living units. Mrs.
Hutchinson said she . didn't
know an exact number of
buildings but that it was the
largest number at one time
she could remember.
In Gulf County, county*
building inspector,; Dewayne'
Manuel said there was at least
100 dwelling units being built
on the beaches at this time.




(Continued From Page 1)
which listens to the mains for
water rushing through.'It is
best used in the 'early morning
hours when not many people
are using water, to be most
effective. The detector will be
put to work"in the next few
days to determine whether or
not a major leak exists or
whether the loss in water is
caused by meter variations.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters,
the Commission:
-Discussed reported un-
authorized use of a Police car
and asked for an investigation
and report of the matter from
Chief Roy Robinson at the
next meeting.


Booming

Again, most of these units are
made up of townhouses.
One realtor at Mexico Beach
said most of the units are
being purchased by out of
state buyers who are coming
in and laying down the cash
for their home near the water.
"These units are selling for an
average of $80,000 each", he
said.
Of all the beach develop-
ments, 'only Mexico Beach has
a public water supply. Gulf
Aire subdivision currently
purchases water from Mexico
Beach and is making plans to
put in a sewer disposal system
to serve the subdivision only.
None of the other beach
developments has a. public or
central sewage system.
There is a private central
water system which serves
the Peninsula in the south-
western portion of the county,
but isn't large enough to care
for the potential growth area,
and the system is located on
the mainland, and pipes water
out onto the peninsula, making
it an expensive operation.
All of the developers and
real estate people agree - if
central water and sewer ser-
vice is ever provided for the
beaches area - you ain't seen
nothing yet!


A THOROUGH
EYE EXAMINATION
Part U
Q. What does it mean when an
Optometrist checks
; .'>. , OCULAR MOTILITY?
A, The optometrist is finding
scoring, out if your eyes move
smscoring, oothly and accurately
when following a moving
object or a line of print
from left to right or right to
left, as well as up and down
and if your eyes can follow
the circular movements of
objects.
Q. What is BINOCULAR CO-
ORDINATION?
A. Simply put, it has to do with
your eyes working together
as a team. If they don't,
your brain is receiving a
distorted image or, in some
cases, a double image.
True depth perception
depends on both eyes work-
ing together. Minor vahra-
Stions in binocular coordina-
:tion are generally cor-
rected by glasses; major
problems require visual
training or a combination
Of visual training and
glasses.


Presented As A
SPublic Service by

DR. WESLEY GRACE
OPTOMETRIST
S322 Long Avenue
PortSt Joe, Florida
227-1410


(Continued From Page 1)


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1983


three.

In the second and final game
of the District play-offs, Wa-
kulla's Mike Smith hand-
cuffed the Shark bats with his
fast ball, allowing only five
hits and picking up five
strike-outs. Freshman Stacey
Strickland gave up four runs
off seven scattered hits in four
innings to be tagged with the
loss. Strickland didn't walk a
man during his tour on the
mound.
Chris Butts came on relief in
the fifth and gave up one run.
Butts was also the leading
hitter for the Sharks, collect-
ing two of their five hits in
three trips to the plate.
Paul Davidson, Mitch' Burke,
Tony Beard and Jim Norton
each had a single for the
Sharks.


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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 /41,, 28


Mitch Burke kept the runner from
but the War Eagles won anyhow.


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Little League

and Adult League


Start the 'Season Well Equipped to Play the Game

Bats - Balls - Gloves

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Shoes - Etc.

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1983


'Complete' Fertilizer Best


BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
Gardeners are confused by
terminology as it. applies to
commercial fertilizers. Such
terms as mixed .fertilizers,
balanced or unbalanced, com-
plete or incomplete, have little"
or no meaning to many
gardeners. Then when it
comes to numbers on the
fertilizer bags such as 8-8-8 or
104-64, they are even more
confused as to the meaning of
these figures. I will try to
explain to you what these
terms and figures mean as
they apply to fertilizer,


A fertilizer is a material
which contains one (of some-
times two or three) of the
major plant food nutrients-
nitrogen, phosphorus and po-
tassium.
When two or more fertilizer
materials are mixed, the
product is called a "mixed
fertilizer." If the mixed fertili-
zer contains all three of the
major plant nutrients (nitro-
gen, phosphorus, potassium)
it is. called a "complete
fertilizer." When only one or
two of the nutrients are
present it is referred to as an
"incomplete fertilizer."
A "balanced" fertilizer is


CARTER
one containing the three ma-
jor nutrients in equal
amounts. An 8-8-8 fertilizer is


Beware of Wildlife Being


Displaced by Hig
As the rains begin to subside or move the snake often
and more people get into results in trouble."
outdoor recreational activi- Heller said there are onli
ties, the Game and Fresh six species of snakes i
Water Fish Commission wants Florida which are poisonous
to warn Floridians to be on the the Pygmy rattlesnake, Eas
lookout for wildlife which has tern diamondback rattle
been displaced by high waters snake, cottonmouth, and cora
and to leave newborn wildlife snake which occur statewide
undisturbed. and the canebrake rattlesnak
Of special concern during and, copperhead which occu
this period of heavy rainfall is only in north Florida. Ther
the appearance of snakes are many more species o
which have been forced out of non-poisonous snakes in th
low lying areas, state, and most snakes en
"The unusual amount of countered are of the non-po
rain the state experienced this sonous variety, he said.
winter and spring has resulted , "But, we advise people ti
in some flooding of lowland beware of any snake the)
habitats. Snakes occupying might run across outdoors
these areas often seek.higher Let the snake go its way anm
ground and come into contact you go yours, and you'll b
with hunBans," according to best off," Heller said.
Victor Heller, assistant chief Another concern of th(
of the GFC Bureau of Land Commission this time of yea
Management. "If you en- is human encounters witt
counter snakes, the best policy newborn wildlife which ma'
always is to leave them alone appear abandoned to th(
and steer clear. Trying to kill untrained eye.


A Fruit And


Berry Dazzler

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a "complete-balanced" fertili-
zer since it contains all three
major nutrient elements and
all three are present in equal
amounts.
A "complete-unbalanced"
fertilizer is one that contains
all three major nutrients but
eaclh is not present in equal
amounts. A 10-6-4 fertilizer is
An example of a "complete-
unbalanced" fertiizer.
Now, to get down to the
specifics of what the numbers
on the bag mean. The term
8-8-8 is the analysis or grade
designation of a commonly
available complete and bal-
anced fertilizer.
The grade or analysis df-a'
fertilizer gives the percentage
by weight of each of the three
fertilizer nutrients. The per-
centages are expressed in
terms of total nitrogen, avail-
able phosphoric acid and
water-soluble potash. This, an
8-8-8 fertilizer contains eight
percent total nitrogen, eight
percent phosphoric acid, and
eight percent water-soluble
potash. The nutrients are
always listed in this order on
the label attached to the
fertilizer.


n
y
n
S-
a-


-"From now until summer,"
many woodland animals will
bear their young," Heller
said. "When well-intentioned
people try to intercede by
carrying home or in any way
disturbing newborn wildlife, it
unsets the natural setting


e, crucial to growth in young A 100 lb. bag of 8-8-8
e animals." obviously contains 8 lbs. of
r The Division of Wildlife nitrogen, 8 lbs. of phosphoric
e official said that while people acid, and 8 pounds of potash,
if may be concerned with infant or a total of 24 lbs. of plant
e wildlife found in woodlands in nutrients. The remaining 76
i- the state, they should move on lbs. consist of a filler or a
i- quietly with their activities, carrier of some kind. These
keeping interference to a fillers may or may not have
a minimum. the same value as a source of
y "Most of the time, the plant nutrients. The micronu-
i. offspring's parent is nearby trients, iron, manganese, zinc,
d but can't be seen," Heller copper, chlorine; molybde-
e said. "She's just waiting for num and boron are required in
humans to leave the area." very small quantities and less
e Heller added, "The import- often than the nitrogen, phos-
r ant message here is not to take phorus and potassium.
h young animals home." Two questions may come to
y mind. These are: Should you
e use a complete-balanced ferti-
lizer or a complete-unbal-
anced fertilizer? How much
Should you use?
oGenerally, a complete-
used. Without a soil test or
S years of observation and
Variety is literally the experience you have no way of
spice of life in matters of , knowing which of the three
nutrition, and dieters should major nutrient elements may
be wary of-special reducing or may not be needed. There-
diets that call for the elimi- -fore, a complete fertilizer is
nation' of too rriany foods. recom ended to take care'&f
calorie meal should include any possible deficiency of the
'a number of different kinds three major nutrient -ele-
of food-meat, cheese, vege- ments.
table and fruit. Accompa- TAKr A BIT TF
nied by a cup of hot, sooth-.E OUT OF
ing tea, which has virtually a WI
no calories, this type of
meal is nutritious as well. I N


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'The zest. of lemon complements the natural juicy taste of
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1/4 c.' Margarine' 3/4 c. water "
2 tbsp. lemon juice
:1/3 c. sugar 2 tap. grated lemon peel
2 tbsp. cornstarch Assorted fresh fruit
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5 min.). Stir in.sugar and cornstarch until smooth. Add water;
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1983


Minutes Gulf County Board of Commission


SThe Board of County Com-
mission of Gulf County, Flori-:
da, met April 12, 1983' in
regular session :with the fol-
lowing members present:
Chairman Billy Branch, Eld-
ridge Money, Everett Owens,
Jr., Jimmy 0. Gortman, and
Douglas C. Birmingham.
. Others present were: Clerk-
.:Jerry Gates; Bailiff Billa-
' mar, Attorney William J;.
- Rish, and Deputy Clerk Mau-
rell Cumbie. ' ,
. The meeting came to order
at 9:00 a.m.
Comm. Money opened the,
meeting with prayer and led
the pledge of allegiance to the
flag.
' :Upon motion by Comm.
Gortman, second by Comm.
-Owens, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the mi-
nutes of March 22, 1983.
The Chairman announced,
pursuant to public advertise-
ment, the Board would now
hold the second and final
public hearing to consider the
adoption of ordinance Number
" 83-2, an ordinance governing
the subdivision of land in Gulf
County. The Attorney read the
proposed ordinance and after
public comment, Comm.
Owens moved the Board adopt
this ordinance. Comm. Gort-
man seconded the motion and.
it passed unanimously.
. The Chairman then announ-
S ed pursuant to public adver-
tisement, the Board would
hold the second and final
- - public hearing to consider' the
adoption of Ordinance Num-
b er 83-3, an Ordinance provi-
- ding for the acceptance of
streets, ditches, and other
thoroughfares over or through
land not part of a recorded
subdivision. The Attorney
read the proposed ordinance
and after public comment,
Comm. Gortman moved the
Board adopt this ordinance.
'Comm. Owens seconded the
.motion and it passed..unani-
mously.
- Ane Merriam, the new Exe-
'cutive Director, and Jan
Chambers, Secretary, of the
"Apalachee Regional Planning
. - Council were introduced to the
Board by Clerk Jerry Gates.
Ms. Merriam stated she was
traveling to each County to


- Public
SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR.
. TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY..FLORIDA
S -- - r ..-.. .-. ,IN PROBATE
CASE NO. 83-16
In Re, The Estate ot
NELLE B. CHOATE.
deceased .
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
S-TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
.-DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN
S TERESTED IN THE ESTATE
SYOARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the-
admini_'ralion ol the Estate of NELLE B
GHOAJE. deceased. file number 83.16 is
, pending in the Circuit Court ol Gull Coun,
ly. Florida. Probate Division. Ihe address
otl which is P 0. Box 968 Port Sl Joe,
Florida 32456 The Personal Represen.
lallve of the estale is LAWRENCE W
TYREE. wnose addires is 2228 PreIly
Bayou island Drive. Panama City. Florida
32401. The name ana address or ihe Per.
sonal Reflesenialive s atlornev aie sel
forth oelow
. . All persons having claims or demands
against Ihe estale are required. WITHIN
THREE 3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file wilh the Clerk or Ine
above Court a writtllen slalement ol any
claim or demand Ihey may have Each
claim must be in writing and musl in.
* dictate the basis toi tne claim, the name
and address at the creallor or his agent or
allorney. and the amount claimed II the
claim is not yet due. Ine date when il will
become cue shall be slated II the claim
is contingent or unliquiaalea. Ine nature
ol the uncerlBnly snail be stated if the
claim is secured, the security shall De
" described Tne claimant shall deiiver suf
Sficen] copies ol the claim to Ine Clerk to
enable the Clerk to mail one Ill copy to
each Personal Represenlalive
All persons Inleresled in Ihe estate to
whom a copy ol Inis Notice of Ao-
minisltralion has been mailed are re-
quired. WITHIN THREE (31 MONTHS
FROM THE DATE -OF THE FIRST
P. PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to lile
any objections they' may nave final
challenge the validity ol the dacedents
Will, the qualifications of the Personal
Representative, or 'the venue or Jurisdic.
tion ol the Court
. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first puDlicaion ol this :
SNotice of Administration: May 5,1983.
Sa/ LAWRENCE W. TYREE,
' Personal Repiesenlalive of Ine
Estate of NELLE B CHOATE. oeceasea
151 WVILLIAMJ RISH,
303 FourthiStreet -
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Attorney for Personal Representative
. 2t15/5
'NOTICE


n 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 quaillied for eacn vacancy
Applicable Florida laws presume nalt
Seacn candidate will 'ote for himself and
write-in candidates are only permissable
" where they have qualilled as such wrile-in
Candidates
SThe following candidates., to-wit Frank
Pate,. Jr., Mayor Commissioner, Billy R
Fleming, 'Commisasioner Group I; Wesley
R. Ramsey, Commissioner Group lI; will
Sbe declared re-elected and sworn In at the
- ily Commission meeting to be held at
" :00,P.M., E.D.T., June 7, 1983.
-Attest: is L A. FARRIS,
City Additor and Clerk 2t4/28
S" FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to.
Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
Sundersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of Ine Circuil court Gull,


'County, Florida, four weeks alier ihe first
publication of this notice, the fictitious
name or trade name under which they will'
be engaged in business and In which said
business Is to be carried on, to-wit:
E & N NATURAL PRODUCTS
Rt. 3, Box64B
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Owners: Evan R. Williams
Nellie A. Williams
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meet the County Commission- ly requested Architect Charles the Clerk' write Tallahassee
ers and inquired if there were A. Gaskin to submit. plans for Memorial Medical Center that
any specific issues or projects the audio and fire?-alarm Gulf County has no funds
this Board wanted the council system and would notify the available to pay for hospital
to pursue. The Board's' re- Architect to submit plans on bills for indigents. The Board
quests were as follows: Chair- the doors.' agreed.
man Branch requested assist- G. L. Kennington requested; Upon motion by Comm..
ance in speeding up proces- the Board re-open a portion of Birmingham, .second by
sing of the Board's application right-of-way between 4th and Comm. Money, .and unani-
to acquire a 40-acre tract of 5th Streets, in Highland View, mous vote,' the Board tabled
land in Beacon Hill, known as which'-was previously closed consideration of an Agree:
the Lighthouse Property, from by the Board (Resolution merit for Mutual Aid in Fire
the federal government. 77-18). After discussion, Chair- Protection between Guff
Comm. Money requested the man Branch stated the Board County, Florida and Mexico
Board write,, the Planning had closed the road upon Beach Volunteer Fire Depart-
Council for assistance in 'ac- request of Mr. Kennington's ment, as submitted by the
quiring the old U.S. Corps of brother (Brooks Kennington) Town of Mexico Beach, until'
Engineers site located at and the Chairman then re- the next meeting.
White City, with Ms. Merriam quested the Attorney advise Clerk Gates reported Mrs.
to contact Attorney Rish for the Board on this matter. The Bud Jones had called him,
further information concern- Attorney stated the portion of stating members of the Over-
ing this project. 'Comm. the road the Board had closed street Fire Department no
Owens requested the Planning was a dedicated right;of-way longer wanted to expand the
Council apply for any avail- on the Highland View Subdivi- boundaries of the Overstreet
able funding from any sour- sion Plat; therefore, the own- Fire District.
ces, to be used toward pur- ership reverted back to the Comm. Birmingham moved
chasing a garbage compactor property owners on either side the Board 'approve budget
for Gulf County. Chairman of the road. In order to re-open amendment as requested by
Branch requested the, Plan- the street,, Attorney Rish the Supervisor of Elections.
ning Council' irint the Coun- suggested Mr. '-Kennington Comm. Owens seconded the
ty's new subdivision regula- have his surveyor project the motion and it passed unani-.
tions in booklet form. Comm. proposed 260 feet of right-of- mously.
Gortman requested the Plan- way for a proper legal descrip- Troy Davis, Overstreet Fire
nirig Council pursue any avail- tion and then try to obtain four Department, reported the mo-
able grant to renovate the quit claim deeds from the tor in his department's GMC
second floor of the Old Court- property owners; however, fire- truck was torn up and
house in Wewahitchka. Chair- according to County Ordi- requested the Board pay
man Branch requested the nance, Mr. Kennington would $8,000, 'plus trade-in' of the
Planning'iCouncil- apply for be responsible for- bonstiuc- present "truck;' for a 1959
grant-'funds' to'.enlarge the tion-of the street.- ::- Irnternational .fire' ruck. Mr.
Port St. Joe'Ambulance Build- Richard 'Prange compli- Davis'stated his department
ing. mented the Board on the good had no budgeted funds to
Lieutenant Jack Davilla condition of 'the landfill sites purchase the truck; however.
presented an ordinance au- within the County. the firemen were trying to
thorizing the assessment .in William Linton, Chairman, raise funds to help reimburse
criminal proceedings an ad- Harland Pridgeon, member, the County as much as possi-
ditional $100 to be. used for Forrest Revell, member, and ble. The Board discussed the
Law Enforcement education Pat Floyd, Attorney, Dead cost, mechanics, etc., of re-
and training The Attorney Lakes-.:Water Management placing the motor with a new
agreed to advertise this ordi- District, were present. Willi- or' re-built "motor .and the
nance for adoption. am Linton requested the condition of the 1959 Interna-
Lieuteiant Jack Davilla, Board adopt a resolution tional truck with Mr. Davis
....,-. ,..c , restricting access to persons requested be purchased.
Gulf County Sheriff's Depart standing, fishing, jumping Comm Biringham moved
ment, reported the -office'-of etc. on the bridge and'around that the Board loan the fire
te te hie Marshau l ad the gate structure of the Dead district funds to repair the fire
notified him they would ap- Lakes Dam for safety reasons. truck. Comm. Owens second-
prove proposed core at thect jaions of After discussion, Comm.. ed'the' motion and-it passed
violations at sthejail (audio Birmingham moved the Board iinanimously'. --:
and fire alarmsystem, doors) table this matter until the next *Mosquito, Contr6l Director
hpow'.receivmg anrd-reviewmg regular 'meeting !n order for Doug Kenit reported St. Joe
the architect 'sDail plans.o reporLieu-d the Dead Lakes Water Man- Telephone"& Telegraph Com-
tenant Dav Fire Marshla also reported agement District to furnish pany had applied for a Utility
the Stat Fire Marshall was the Board the following: 1. A Permit (No 83-9) for West
requiring a second egress copyof-the proposed resold- ForestStreet, Overstreet, and
door, along with anotherCdaor tion. 2" A written answer form were requesting a.vaiiance, of
joining the jails. The Chair- the Game & Fresh Water Fish' which he recommended ap-
man reported he had previous- Commission agreeing to re- proval. The Board approved.
strict the fishing area (wa- Pursuant to public adver-
ters) - (no boats) around the tisement to receive employ-
T dam. Comm. Owens seconded . ment applications for two
N of e - :the motion and it passed temporary Mosquito Control
l Wotices_ - unanimously. truck operators through April
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT Upon motion by Comm. 7, Mosquito Control Director.
PORT ST. JOE Gortman, second by Comm. Doug Kent recommended the'
..SHAREHOLDERS'-MEETING . .,,Money, and unanimous vote,., following two applicants be
Notice is hereby given that. pursuant .o the Board approved payment hired: 'James Hand and Julha"
call of its directors, a special meeting oi o Invoice No: 2 from Peaden Anderson. "After discussion,
the shareholders of Florida National Air-Conditioning & Heating, Comm. , Owens moved' the"
Bank at Port St. Joe wilt be held at the Inc., in the amount of Board table these recommen-
banking houseof Florida NationalBank $21,805.00, for the Courthouse nations until -a later *date.
located at 214 Hogan Street, In the city ot 2 . 00,v fo : the- --u-t- s c d h
Jacksonville. State ol Florida. on Mon air-conditioning system. Comm. Money seconded the
day, May"16, 1983; at 10:00a.m.. for the Comm. Gortman moved the motion. The motion passed
purpose of considering and determining Board approve Invoice No. '4, with' the following vote:
by voled whether'an agreement to.merge from Architect Charles' A. Comm. Monel, ' 'Owens,
the said bank and Florida National Bank
the said bank and Florida Bank at Fort Gaskin, in the amount of Branch, and Gortman voted
Pierce' Florida National-Bank at $191.92, for the Beaches Fire aye. Comm. Birmingham vo-
Lakeland, Florida National Bank of Mar Station, with discussion of a ted no, stating he didn't
tin County, Florida National Bank at problem with the air-condi- disagree with whatever selec-
Ocala. Florida National Bank of Palm toning unit. Comm. Money tions Mr. Kent made, unless
Beach County. Florida National Bank at seconded the motion. After something was wrong with the
Pineallas County. Florida Bank at Starke. discussion between the Board procedure of selecting the
Florida Bank of Sumter County, Florida and Beaches Fire Department applicants.
National Bank at Vero Beach, and F lorida Squad. Chief Evan Williams, Mosquito Control Director
Bank of Volusla County,'with and into the Chairman directed Mos- Kent reported he had set a
Florida National Bank. F located in d uito-eControl Director Doug workshop meeting to demon-
provision s o the laws 'of the United Kent to - call the' architect state garbage compactor'sys-
States, shall be ratified and confirmed, requesting a report on this teams to the County Commis-
subject ot he approval ofl he Comptroller problem. Upon returning to sion and the City of Port St.
of ihe Currency. Washington, D.C.. and the meeting, Mr. Kent report- Joe, on April 19, at 9:00 a.m.
ior the purpose of voting upon any other ed the architect would submit CST, at the Mosquito Control
matters incidental to the proposed order, at- a later Shop.
merger ol these banks. A copy of the a change order at a later Shop.
aforesaid agreemedl, executed by a mae date, for the exchange of -a Mosquito Control Director
lority of the directors o eeachof the par- triple-phase air-'conditioner Kent -discussed the need -for
ticipating banks, providing for the compressor for a single-phase regrigeration of butter that
merger, duis on file at the bank and may be compressor, to correct -the Gulf County is to receive
nspe. ced during business hours' problem. The Chairman tab- under the Federal Surplus
.Ted Cannon, resident led discussion of payment of Food Program. Comm. Gort-
the change order until it was man said he would assist Mr.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOURubmitted to the Board and Kent on this project and said
IN THE CIRCuiT COURT FOUR.ENTH F called for a vote on the moon he would present a proposal'at
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY to pay invoice No. 4, which the next Board meeting.,
IN RE The Marriage of passed unanimously. .; Attorney Rish reported that,
GEORGE L. RATCLIFF Husband. Upon motion by Comm. at the Board request, he had
Responaent. Gortman. second by Comm. written all insurance agencies
And . . Owens, and unanimous vote, in the county and received the
REBECCA FAY MAYNARD RATCLIFF, the Board approved payment following price quote for addi-
ife Pe OF SUITn ; of invoice No. 3, from Adams- tional County liability insur-
TO:NGeorge L RaciF SUIT Shumaker, Inc., in the amount ance coverage: Risk Manage-
Box 165 : of $14106.60, on the construe- ment, 100;000-500,000, $5,000.00
Castle Dale, Utah 84513 ' tion of the Beaches'- Fire annually, 500,000-2,000,000, ad-
YOU' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, that a Station. ditional $3,000.00; Costin 'In-
Penolf oraSeparate MainenanOe ras The Clerk presented a total surance Agency, Withdrew'
Dueed to see a copy uofauyo Answer or invoice for fiscal year 1982-8 Quote; Gaskin-Graddy Insur-
olner response o10 the Peltion cn Peli from the Apalachee Regional ance Agency, No Quote; Han-
Ioner's Attorney Planning Council, in 'the non Insurance Agen'cy,
ROBERT M MOORE. ESQO amount of $2,500.00. Comm 100,000-500,000, No ' Quote,
Port S Joe. Florida 3245 Birmingham moved the Board 500,000-5,000000, $3,60000
and hie the original thereoI rn the Circult continue paying the Planning (however, reported problem
Couri Clerk s Oflice. Gull County Court COuncil on a quarterly basis as d Ptinu n P 10
house Por SI Joe. Florioa 32456. on or previously agreed to, payinent (Continue on Pge 1
before the 12tn day or May. 1983 II vou Of $1,250.00 to be approved at
tall Io do so a Final Judgment ol this time. Comm. Owensesec-
Separale Maintenance for the leliet is ime. mm. we e .
sought may be granted by Default onded the motion and it passed Va In and
DATED this the 8tn day of April 1983 unanimously. " Year In and
JERRY GATES. Clerk Gates presented an N
Clerk 01 Circui Court invoice for an indigent hospi- A
__1___ " Chairman Branch requested H MI I
By.is Jonn Prdg.n


By the time this column
reaches readers in the Secdhd
.District I am hopeful that H.R.
9, my bill to prohibit phosphate.
mining in the Osceola National
Forest, will have been approve.
ed by the House Committee on
Interior and Insular Affairs and
ready for action' by' the full,
House of Representatives; !.
The bill '-was unanimously
approved April 25 by the Sub-
committee on Public Lands and-
National Parks
With modest modifications
the legislation is very similar to
the bill approved last year by
Congress and vetoed by Presi.
dent Reagan
In testimony before the sub-
committee last week, spokes-
men for the administration
stressed their primary objection
to the legislation is the
mechanism it establishes for
compensating the four com-
panies which hold preferential
lease rights to the forest.
Few would disagree that the
companies should be'dompen-
sated if'they suffe"-a-real'and
provable financial loss because
of government action. I would
not be in favor of the govern-
ment taking anything from
anybody without appropriate
compensation.
Neither, however, would I
favor any of the companies in-
volved receiving a windfall
which they do not deserve.
The mechanism to achieve
an equitable solution reached
after years of negotiation 'with
the companies and' different
national administrations
centered on negotiating actual
compensation between the
Department of Interior and the
companies, with access to the
courts in case of impasse.
If the administration prefers
another mechanism I am more
than willing to cooperate.


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PAGE EIGHT


Congressman


o Don Fuqua


With one of the mining
:companies already in court as a
result of last year's veto, it is
more important than ever that
a permanent legislative prohibi-
tion on phosphate mining in the
Osceola be enacted into law so.-
that the fate of the forest is in
no doubt whatever, regardless.
of the decision of the courts


I was deeply disappointed
that thb House of Reprdsen-
tatives last week was forced to
defer action on the Emergency
Agriculture Credit Act when a
series of amendments indicated
strong opposition to the
measure.
This bill contains badly
needed relief for farmers facing
foreclosure 'on Farmers home
Administration Mortgages.
Florida farmers have been
badly hurt by the recession and
many have already lost their life
investment when the govern-
ment'foreclosed ofn mortgages.
S'"hJde the" pending bill the
Departrmente' of A'griculture
could declare a deferral of
payments for farmers facing
foreclosure of FHMA mort-
gages.
I feel this legislation is
desperately needed by farmers
to carry them over a temporary
period of high production costs
and low market prices so that
they will still be on their land
and able to produce food and
fibre for our nation when times
improve. ' . . .
Driving a farmer from his
land is the surest way possible
of assuring :even higher food
price's -in' the" 'future' for
consumers.
Every week this. bill is
delayed means more farmers
will have lost their holdings, and
the'nation will have lost their
contribution to the marketplace.


Florida's County

MapIn O^Bpck
The Sunshine State has 67
counties, and 96;000 miles of
roads. To travel and find the
opportunities it has to offer
- land, lakes, streams,
forests or wildlife - county
maps become a necessity.
'A county map book is cur-
rently available. All 671arge
scale maps - one of each
county - together with an
index to communities arind
useful information, are con-
tained in the 160 page book.
You may obtain the Florida
County Maps book, With,
large 22xl6-inch% double
spread size pages, by sen-
dcling $10:00 to: Bureau of
Maps, Box 5317, Talla-


hassee, Florida 32314. Please
allow 4 to 6 weeks for
delivery.


To'

Port St. Joe's
Greatest Mom
Naomi Brock
Happy Mother's,
Day
Love You from
California

Sally and John


For Sale by Owner - 1110 Palm Blvd.
Port St. Joe
Call 9041968-5464, Pensacola tc. 93o



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

SUNDAY SCHOOL .......... ...... 9:30 A.M.
MORNINGWORSHIP ...... . . . .. . . .. 11:00 A.M.
EVENINGWORSHIP ........... . ..6:00P.M.

'God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"



fUi .L 'l niled odai.1 (ta

Constitution and Monument Ave. .. -
Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister

'CHURCH SCHOOL .......... .......... 9:45 A.M':
MORNING WORSHIP ....... .............. . 11:00A.M.,
EVENING WORSHIP ......... . .. ..:, ... 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ..... .... ,6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........... 7:30 P.M.




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 nho longer issued at.the:-
'site. Application must be made at the
County Clerk's office, Monday - Fri-
day, 10 a.In.-4 p.m., EST, after which

permits can 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 ih 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.










THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1983


RAL STT


Two lots located in Wewa-
-hitchka on Chipola Ave.
$3,000.00. For additional infor-
mation, call St.- Joe Paper-
makers Federal Credit Union,
227-1156. 4t5/5
Lot for sale on Coronado St.,
St. Joe Beach. '3. blocks off
beach, high & dry. Reasonably
priced. Phone 648-5994 or
648-5351 after 5:00.' 3tc 5/5
,.Large 2 bedroom house, on
Ig. chain link fended lot;. 1604
Garrison ave. Utility rin. aind
siniglb car garage attached.
Air'conditioner and some ap-
lilanes to' remain: Appraised
t $34,000; owner will sell-for
$3i1,0o0: Call 229-8346 after
pnm. . .
:-;Best Buy on Mexico Beach:
Fuinished hbme, a/' & ceiling.
fans,' i bdrm., 2 ba. on
100'x145' lot. '12'x24' Fla. rm.
w/wet' bar, sodded yard, all
fenced, paved drive, ex. Ig.
16'x32' block garage with 110&
220W v. elec. 4 blocks'from
beach, $30,000.00: Call "648-:
8300: ., ' lt5/5
Two lotts at Mexico Beach,
four blocks from beach. Call
648 5807 ' t'"fc2/24
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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. 0. Box 66332, Mobile, AL
36660, phone 205/473-5441.
2tc4/28
Large 3 bdrm. house with
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. Call 229-8771. tfc 3/31

For Sale or Rent: Commer-
cial building on Reid Ave. For
rt'ore' information call.
2294374. .' 4tc 4728
.' ". "**-'.-. -_ .,*
75'x175' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. .tfc 7-15




'Miniature Golf Courses.
Del: in 3 days, outdoors or in-,
doors. Price $3,900 up. Financ-
ing available. LOMMA
ENTERPRISES, INC., Box
955-W;'.Scranton, PA 18503
(.717)'346,5559." - , 'ltp


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&,e ERA PARKER REALTY, Realtor
HIGHWAY 98 & 31st ST. 648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA (Outside Florida)
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 bdrm. 2 ba. stucco 2 story house.
on 50'xl22' lot, dw.. stove, ceiling
plans, many extras. Sea St. $69.000 00
3 bdrm ,2 ba brick on nice corner lot.
Ig. screen porcn. garage, vacuum
system, cen h&a carpet & more. Fla
Ave & 81h St $68.500 00.
Spanish arches adorn 1,100 sq ft
townhouses to be built on 38th SI 2
bdim.. I ', ba., all appliances, range.
microwave, relig.. disnwasher,.
washer & dryer, $69.500 00
UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW from 2nd
from beacn site of cedar and slucco
townhouses with 1,120 sq. ft. ol living
area. Studio & bdrm. with cathedral
cellings. 1 "l ba., all appliances 29th
St. $70.000.00.
MOBILE I'OME on commercial lot,
across from Chamber ql Commerce
on 31sl St.. 2 bdrm. 1 ba. new
carpeting & roof. $30.00000
Corner Virginia & Fla Ave -New.
modular wiorick: 3 bdrm.. 2 ba .
fireplace, screen porch. fpnce
75'x 112.5 lot. $55.000 00. Terms
Tenn: Ave -3 bdrm. 3 be, pool.'
fireplace., enn.aire range & grili.
many extras. Financing available
S96,000
Corner h'& Fla Double-wide on 2
lots.-'2 yrs. old 3 barm. 2 oa. In-
cludes appliances $48.000
271h St. Beachlronlt-3 bdrm . 2 ba
c.b. construction, Ig. glassed porch
$105.500.00. .
Corner Palm & Azalea St - Nice 3
bdim. 2 bae. bick & stucco Includes
appliances & stor. house. fenced yd.
$59.500: Adjoining lot available.
Virginia Ave -2 story. 1 Ig bdrm,
screen porch, downstairs untinishea,
has wiring & plumbing, $45.000
Hwy 386-A-Doublewide mobile
home, 3 bdrm., 2 ba on 1 05 acres
Good terms. $49,900
7th S-.-1981 doublewide mobile
home, brick foundation. 3 bdrm, 2 be
29th St. at Hwy 98 - 2 newly con-
structed, stilled 4 barm 2 ba beacn-
h'4ouses.� Unfurnished- $79,000.. Fur-
nished $84.500
Hwy. 386A-2 bdrm. stilt house on
S75'x185' lot. Furnished. $38,000..
Arizona Dr.-Stone & cedar, 3 bdrm.,
S2 bea., catheaial ceiling, skylights.
fireplace, many extras, $78,000


Fornne Ave -2 bdrm. Ig screen
porch. fireplace carpet, storage Didg
537.250 00
4th Si -2 brdrm. I oa on 75x112'
shaded lot. $36.000 Assumable mor-
tgage ____
Beacnside ol Hwy on 341n St
Quadiapie� each unil has 3 b.jrm 2
ba 153 000 00 ea
121hSI -2 barm oa.calh ceiling.
lenn-aire. lurnisnea. $45.000
Beacnside 42nd St -2 barm . 1 Da..
furnished, $63.500 00. financing avail
Beachsiae Circle Dr -3 odrm, 2 ba
wiglassed porch luirnsnea $79.000
Financing available
HWy. 98 & 24th St.-2nd lot from
. beach, cb' with fireplace,3 bdrm., 2
ba. $68.000 _____
Beachside Circle Dr.-3 barm , 2 ba:
Sbrc home, includes all appliances,
fireplace luinisned only 3 ,is old
$84.500 Financing aarlaola
Beachsiae 43ra Sl -3 barm. 2 be
across from canal. ex sior blags
SundecK overlooks Gull $69 500
SGran Isle-3 bdrm. 1 ba nice brick
house wielliciency apt adjoining on
2 nice lots $79000
26tn SIt-3 barm. 2 oa 2 story
house., ot size 75x 100' $46 000
Beachnsiae 42nd St Townnouses 2
bdrm.. 2 ba Newly constructed 3
units $79.500 ea Owner linan avail
161h .SI-3 bdrm 2 Da brick wi
fireplace, slot house. 160 000
Grand Isle Sund -3 barm . 1 Da.. witn
grapevines & snade r ees. heal pump.
$50.000
Beacnside 391n St with terrific view
of Gulf, 4 bdrm., 2 ba. stilt house,
. $104,000 . "' . : " ,
Beachside 341n Sl - 4 Ddrm Still
house with greal gulf view. $104.000
Gultfroni 281h St -2 bdrm. 1 Da has
fireplace & patio. $69.000.,
!5th St snort dislance"to beach. 3
bdrm 1 'i ba. lurn Including washer,
dryer & r V Nice ya, ig slot. house,
chain link fence. $50,000.
Water Di off 36th St on canal w boal
dock. really nice 4 D dim. 2 ba . Fla
rm.. furn. 2 lots landscaped. Assum
mortgage. $70,000.


Frances C. Parker, Realtor
Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate


OVERSTREET
3 odrm Drick home on .85 acres
$50.000
Almost new moDile home. 2 barm . I
ba on over "a acre. turn 24' ell.
decK Lana is cleared & has 18'
regulation culverl & driveaVy.
$24.000 N Long SI'
BEACON HILL
3rd St & 3rd A.e -Duplex. 1 bdrm., 1
ba ea or 2 odim. 2 Da home.
126 500 Good financing
3rd St & 4nm Ave -3 barm. 1 ba.,-
fireplace, fence, $38,000.
WEWAHITCHKA
Transfer Landing Ra Almost an acre.
close to Chipola Rive- 4 barm. 2 oa
unfuin double wide Enougn room to
' ad several Irailers lor income
$29,500 _
5 acre tract, with mobile home, in-
cludes nice bar & stor. bldg.;, and's.
preDared for garden. $24,500. Near
Ve*,ahichka
Hwy. 71 (DalK.enin 3 barm, 1 Da aD.
prox. acrer, $18,000. .
Cochran Landing-Partially irished
4 bdrm on 2 lots Good well & septic
lank $27 500_
WHITE CITY
2 houses and c.b. stor. bldg .'/ mile
from intiatoaslal $64.000

INDIAN PASS
Gulf & lagoon fronlage approx. 353
acres on SR 30-B. near Indian Pass;
Property run's from lagoon to gulf & is
*divided by hwy.. includes older house
& furnishings. Call for details.

LOTS FORRENT
2 lots ready for mobile
home, have septic tank,.
water & power hookup.
Georgia Ave., Mexico
Beach. ..
PORT ST. JOE
Comfortable 3 bdrm. home on r1'/
lots, has fireplace, ceiling fans, 3 yr.
dold roof & more. Family neighbor-.
hood. Yard fenced on 3 sides, shade
trees. 512 8th St. $32,000.


Orena Miier, Associate
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate
Christy L Davis, Associate


Mineral oil should not be
used to make salad dressing.
It interferes with absorption
of fat-soluble vitamins like
A,D and K and should not
be used on or in foods.



J. Walter (Jimmy)
Johnson Construction Co.
New Homes * Additions
* Decks
Call Us for Free Estimates
229-8757 f5/5
tfc5/5


Garage Sale: Fri., May 6th,
8-12 only. 1301 Marvin Ave.
Ex. nice boy's baby clothes &
shoes. Men's & ladies' shoes.
Clothes and odds and ends.
Yard Sale: Sat., May 7, Col-
umbus St., St. Joe Beach, end
of 2nd block. Look for signs. 8
a.m. until.
Garagd Sale: 1002 Marvin
Ave., Sat., May 7. 9:00-3:00.
Bargains galore! Cancelled if
raining. ltp
Yard Sale: Sat., May 7,8 till
3:00.,. 509 10th St. Children's
clothes, baby clothes, adult
clothes and a lot of what have
you's. ltp
Garage and Bake Sale: New
Bethel A.M.E. Church will be
having a garage and bake sale
at 146 Ave. C, Sat., May 7th,
from 9 until. Receipts will be
used for our annual Home-
coming Day, May 22. All are
invited.


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 Rinse N
Vac, the portable., steam
carpet cleaning "system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.

No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with 'HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.
Room for Rent: by day,
week; month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. . tfc7-




The Disabled American Vet-
erans, Port St. Joe Chapter 62,
will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel.' - tfc6/4
. The Board of 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.
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"Thiursday 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. tfc11/4


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. *


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.


ELECTRICIAN

. Specializing In Service Work
and Addition Work

HENRY BROXTON 639-5484


Dixie D Used Cars


*24 Hour Car Wash

* Wrecker Service



Mexico Beach Service Center

Call 648-5016




"Hair It Is"

Is Where It Is!

20% Off All Services
with This Coupon and A Friend
Stylist Jim Brooks is back from
Seminar on Latest Ladies'
European Clipper Cuts
Razor Cuts - Perms - Colors
Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach * 648-5854
Good Tuesdays Only Till June 1, 1983 tfc/31


407 7th Street


Mexico Beach, Fla.


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

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


OPEN Wed. thruSat. - 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. EST


Sunday -- 1 p.m. - 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Memoer Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914


I SERIES


AVON
Buy or Sell
Call Group Sales Leader at
227-1281
_ 8tp4/28
We cut pines for the wood.
For more information contact
639-5468, 639-5617 or 639-5350.
WILL DO YARD WORK
Reasonable Rates
Call Kelly at
227-1695
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours).

THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 R id Ave, 229-69$4
. Open 7 DayM A.Week
Mon. - Sat., 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
'Sun. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m
Self service or drop-off
tfc 4-7


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


For Sale or Trade: 16' boat
w/45 h.p. Evinrude w/electric
start & trailer. Will sell sep-'
arately. Call 648-5353. 2tc 5/5
,16' plywood offshore boai
with 55 h.p. outboard. Boat
needs painting. Sell, as is, for
$350. Call 229-8617. 2tp 5/5
Freezer, small upright Gib-
son, $75. Call 229-8977. Htc
650 Ypmaha, excel. cond.
$600. 3 ton central air condi-
tioner, $125. Call 648.8947,
3tp4/28
Have two 5th wheel travel
trailers; will sell 1 & keep the
other. One 1977 35' Coachman
& one 1979 31' American
Traveler. Both have air, 2-dr.
refrig., ladder, luggage rack &
spare;tire. Call 648-8300.
12". Sears Craftsman band
saw, used twice, $300. Call
229-6374. 2tc 4/28

'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
Beach. 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
Cypress lumber, fencing
material, picnic tables, sw-
ings, settees, lawn chairs,
flower boxes, trellis, etc. Call
Wewa, 639-2860. tfc 3/31

AU A


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6-5
Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
� SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
tfc
Air Conditioning - Heating
Refrigeration - Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric - Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
. 106 Bellamy Circle
Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
S410Reid Avenue


The Sewing Room
: 410 A Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 0/O

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"
': . - .' : ' .* '' . ., ,. , , " . .. .


ANN'S PLACE
, for Crafts made by Gulf County Senior, Citirens
* AFGHANS .. *CERAMICS
* CROCHETED PIECES * & MUCH MORE
FROM OUR BAKE SHOP
* FRESH BREAD, CAKES, CINNAMON ROLLS &
PIES BY ORDER
Magellan St 648-5258 St. Joe Beac


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Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue



ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS






-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work



GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P.O. BOX456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tf7c72








"I think it was something I ate.'




kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


Carriers. wanted for
Panama City News-Herald.
Routes available in north Port
St. Joe, and in area near the
hospital. Make over $100.00 a
month, per route. Each route
takes less than one hour each
morning. Call Mr. Cox
229-8019. 2tp5/5
$100 Per Week Part Time at
Home. Webster, America's
favoritee dictionary company
needs home workers to update
local mailing lists. Easy work.
Can be done while watching
TV. All ages, experience un-
necessary. Call 1-716-8426000,
ext.6628. 2tp5/5
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, Room 128, 12
.p.m. - 6 p.m. EDT, Monday
thru Friday. Itp


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Two bdrm., 1 ba., double garage & storage bldgs. 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 ba. house on 2 lots facing Hwy. 98 and
overlooking the Gulf at St. Joe Beach. Beach across
htiy. 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'/a%.
Large 4 bdrm., 3 ba. brick home in excellent neighbor-
hood. Central heat and air. 'Fireplace and many extra
Ifeat reU.fy appointment oniy. e. -' '- ~... l ,
3 bdrm., 1 ba masonry home with carport on Ig. lot in
,good neighborhood. $33,500.00.

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


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


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





REEVES FURNITURE & r-

R REFINISHING SHOPPE \
* Phone 229-6374

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




PAT'S MATS & FRAMES


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.1978 Mercury Monarch,
auto. trans., p.s., p.b., air
cond., 2 door, 1 owner. Call
227-1678 after 4 p.m. 2tc 4/28


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



Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax:
22Q Reid Ave.
Ph. 229-8536
HOURS: Monday - Sat .
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(Open during noon hoUrt)
Open after 5 p.m. by apjpt.
Wauneta Brewer Pat Hohman
Owner ' Assistant
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1983


PAGE TEN


and also reported the ramp
being a little too steep. The
Board directed Mosquito Con-
trol Director Kent to take care
of the cement pouring and
agreed they couldn't correct
the ramp being too steep at
this time as it would be a
major expense,
'Upon Comm. Birmingham's
request, the Board agreed to
assist the City of Wewa with
the use of County equipment
for ditch maintenance behind
Barn Hendrix's home.
Upon the City of Ward
Ridge's request, Comm. Mon-
ey. moved Barbara Drive, in


Ward Ridge, be changed to
priority No. 2 on the road
- paving list, and the streets in
Highland View be changed to
priority No. 4. Comm. Owens
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
Comm. Owens reported he
and Comm. Gortman had
prepared a new format of
office procedure for the Build-
ing Inspector, to be advertised
in the newspapers four weeks.
After discussion, the Board
agreed.
Comm. Birmingham moved
Attorney Rish write the She-
riff protesting all the construc-


tion corrections at the County'
jail, required by the Florida
Department of Corrections,
being made at the County's
expense. A copy of the letter is
to 'be sent to the State
Association of County Com-
missioners, all the counties in
Florida, and the Legislative
Delegation of the Board.
Comm. Money seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously.
Chairman Branch reported
the request of landowners that
the alley between Cherokee
and Jackson Street, in Oak
Grove, be re-opened. He also


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covering auto insurance at
present). Upon the Attorney's
recommendation, and the At-
torney stating all the other
,\ insurance companies also
made this recommendation to
him, Comm. Owens moved the
Board purchase the 100,000-
500,000 limit coverage from
Risk Management Services
forth remainder of this fiscal
year. Comm. Money seconded
the-motion and it passed.with,
the.following vote. Comm.
SGortman, Money, Owens, and
the" Chairman voted yes.
Comm. Birmingham voted no.
Tile Attorney reported he
published the notice in the
newspapers at the Chairman's
request.
Mark Freeman protested
the Board's placing the two
roads in Whispering Pinet
Subdivision on the road paving
priority list, stating there
were only five houses on one
road and none on the other. He
then requested the road that
he lives on in Red Bull Island
be placed on the priority list in
the place of these two roads
and this street was the same
length as the two roads in
Whispering Pines Subdivision.
Comm. Gortman stated since


this road was within the city
limits, Mr. Freeman needed to
request the City of Wewa
place this street on their
priority list to be submitted to
the Board. Chairman Branch
said Whispering Pines was not
in the City limits of Wewa and
also, that the Board had just
received the City of Wewa's
road paving priority list to-
day. Comm. Gortman then
requested the list be printed in
the minutes, to-wit: 1. Pine'
Street, 600'; 2. Henry Ave.-6th
Street. 1,960'; 3. River Road,
2,600'; 4. Mossey Road, 2,000';
5.E. 4th Street, 600'; and 6. E.
3rd & 4th Street, 600'. '
The Chairman reported STC
Cablevision of -Mexico Beach
had written the Board they
would not provide cablevision'
to Highland View. After dis-
cussion, the Chairman :re-
quested the Clerk- write Gulf
able TV in Port St. Joe to
request they install cablevi-
sion in Highland View and that
the Board would assist them in
any way possible.
The Chairman requested -a
letter be written to the Depart-
ment of Transportation notify-
ing them that Road Superin-
tendent Bob Lester is the


contact person concerning
bridge inspections in Gulf
County.
Comm. Gortman requested
the Clerk write the Depart-
ment of Natural Resources
that the County Commission-
ers will be unable to attend the
meeting on derelict & aban-
doned boats in coastal waters,
on April 14, 1983, at St.
Petersburg, Florida.
After discussion, the Chair-
man directed a letter be,
written to the Port St. Joe Port
Authority informing them the
Board could not support the
Port's acquisition of the aban-
doned Corps of Engineers site
in White City and the Board
would continue its efforts to
acquire the property for coun-
ty use. However, if the County
obtained this property, they
would entertain the plans of
anyone to use it, especially if
thei'e were plans to provide
employment to 300-600 people.
The Chairman requested a
letter be written to the Depart-
ment of Natural Resources
that the Board took no action
on their proposals concerning
the severe and dramatic bea-
ch erosionat Port St. Joe Spit.
Comm. Birmingham moved


the Board write Mr. Higdon
Swatts, General Manager of
St. Joe Telephone & Telegraph
Company, the County as-
sumes responsibility for the
loss of any St. Joe Telephone &
Telegraph Company mobile
telephone equipment being
used by the County. Comm.
Money seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously. .
Upon motion by Comm.
Gortman, second by Comm.
Owens, and unanimous vote,
the Board tabled hiring two
temporary Mosquito Control
truck operators until the next
meeting.
Comm. Birmingham report-
ed Ike Duren was requesting
the Board open 4th Avenue, in
Beacon Hill Subdivision. After
discussion, the Board agreed.
not to change their present
policy of refusing to construct
streets within a subdivision;
however, Mr. Duren could
open the street in accordance
with the Board's specifica-
tions and requested the Clerk
notify Mr. Duren of this,
decision.
Comm. Birmingham discus-
sed the pouring of cement
(from seawall to seawall) at
the Indian Pass Boat Ramp


reported Mr. and Mrs. Don
Mowrey had placed a post in
the center of the alley. The
Board directed the Attorney to
research the ownership of the
alley and obtain a mainte-
nance report from the' Road
Superintendent.'
All payrolls for the month of
March, 1983 were approved as
paid. The Clerk reported the
amount of fines and ,bonds
collected for the month.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


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-'In top photo, Gadsden
countyy female drill team
entertains audience with
their dexterity.
.-In photo above, NJROTC
Color Guard carries "Old
Glory" and Florida State
flag high and proudly.
* At top right, some of
Cycle Club members' wheel
their machines up Reid
Avenue, adding color and
adventure to the parade.
-. At right, members of the
Creek Indian nation of
Northwest Florida ride a
".Pinto-color" pickup truck
in full tribal dress.
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KidsRaise $604. 1



Bike-A-Thon Draws


Through the generosity of
Port St. Joe residents and the
determination of eight partici-
pants, a. winning tally of
$604.11 was raised to help
children.in Florida who suffer


with cystic fibrosis in the CF
Bike-A-Thon.
"We couldn't have done it
without the support of the
wonderful sponsors and parti-
cipants who gave so much to


help the Cystic Fibrosis Foun-
dation in its battle against the
genetic disease, cystic 'fibro-
sis," says Mrs. Donna Harcus,
chairman of the event.
Brenda Burns of Port St. Joe


Winners in the Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A- Leanna Harcus. Back Row: Sally Tipton,
Thon were, left to right: First place, Brenda Chairman's Assistant; and Donna Harcus,
Burns; Second Place, Dana Stripling; Third Chairman.
Place, Scott Woodman; Fourth Place,


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. ,THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1983


S. Mrs. Harcus would like to prizes; The Sing Store for ice, who volunteered to help, Mrs.
thank everyone for making Saveway for drinks and cups, Sally Tiptdn. And last but riot
-this year's Bike-A-Thon a IGA for drinks and cups, least, the Gulf County She-
success:' St. Joe Paper Co., Piggly Wiggly for drinks and riff's office for their help in
B ig R e s m -n s e Station, Western Auto for the -supplies, and also the mother children to ride.

captured the grand prize for *Liq A E* aON*1114 e IwI
the Bike-A-Thon by riding 60
miles and collecting pledges of
$257.15. First prize was .
$50.00 Savings Bond from St.
Joe Paper Co. Second Prize
.was taken by Dana Stripling
who rode 50 miles for pledges
of $96.50 She received a checkLA
for $15.00 from Sylvachem
Corp. Scott Woodman, who
rode 20 miles, won third prize
received $10.00 worth of free 'GE L 0 ,
gas from Mr. and Mrs.
Durh at the St. Joe Shell 5
Station. And fourth prize, a S
$5.00 gift certificate from
Western Auto Store, was given Satisfaction Guaranteed
to Leanna Harcus who rode 44
miles with a pledge of $53.00.
Also all who turned in at
least a $25.00 pledge won a CF Sale Prices Good
T-shirt. Among them were:
Leanna Harcus, Michael
Hatmiemo nd, DnStrielngr Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Phyllis Anthony, Shayla An-
thony, and Scott Woodman.
According to Mrs.' Harcus,
proceeds from the evept will
fund research to find a cure Don't Forget......Mother's Day, May 8th
for cystic fibrosis, and medi-
cal care programs to lengthen
the lives of 'children with
cystic -fibrosis. The Florida Ladies' LADIES'
Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation, with the aid of WALTZ G WNS SCUFF
volunteers across the state,
raises funds to support theseGN
programs through special 0 100% Nylon. 65%
events like the Bike-A-Thon in K odel Polyester 35% Assorted styles and colors
Port St. Joe. Kodel Polyeser 35% Assorted styles and colors-


Tapper "Roast" Was Well Done


BY JERRY REAM
What a hoedown we had


Friday night! The first annual
Roast of Gulf'County's Citizen


Pamela Leslie Earns Many

Honors As FAMU Student


. Pamela Coney Leslie was
the recipient of the "Excel-
lence in Research Award" at
the 'Minority Biomedical Re-
search Support Student Re-
search Forum: 1983 at Florida
A & M University held March'
23-25. Mrs. Leslie received this.
S w. awrd fo the presentation of
her -roearch . and abstract
entitled "Effect of Cadmium,
Calcium and Angiotensin II on
Developing Mycardium of
Prenatal Rats."
Upon receiving this award,
she represented Florida A & M
University at the eleventh
annual National Minority Bio-
mediEal Research Support
Symposium (MBRS) in Wash-
ington, D.C. during April 6-11.
MBRS is a nation-wide student
research program which al-
lows both undergraduate and
graduate students to develop
their own biomedical research
and to present the results to
other biomedical researchers.
This opportunity- also allowed.
Mrs. Leslie to present her
research findings to the Na-
tional Institute of Health in
Bethesda, Maryland, which is
the 'largest medical research
organization in the country.
She was chosen as recipient of
this award by Florida A & M
University research directors
and Dr. Toliman, director of
the National Institute of
Health.
Participating in the national
MBRS were researchers from
colleges as far as the Univer-
sity of Hawaii in Honolulu,
Berkley and UCLA of Califor-
nia, Texas Southern, New
York state colleges and many
others. lis. Leslie's research
entails cardiovascular related
* hypertension and toxicology
which is supervised by Mau-
rice S. Holder, Ph.D., a
cardiovascular physiologist at
FAMU.
For the third consecutive
year Pamela was recipient of
the 1982-83 Highest Scholastic
Achievement Award for the
junior pharmacy class at the
College of Pharmacy twenty-
fourth annual award banquet
on April 22.
She also received the Alpha,
Xi Chapter of Kappa Epsilon;
Fraternity, Inc. scholarship
on April 18, for an outstanding
essay relating to the role of.
; pharmacists in health care.
Mrs. Leslie received the honor
* of being inducted into. the
1982-83 Assembly of Scholars
as a Dean's Scholar' at
FAMU's annual award convo-
cation by Dr. Walter Smith,
S, : : president of FAMU and Dr.
Neyland, Vice-President of
S Academic Affairs. Mrs. Leslie
S -also is listed in the 1982-83
edition of the National Dean"'s
. List of American universities.
:She 'also pledged and was
: inducted into FAMU's White
Sand Gold Honor Society for
j unior level honor students
S- and elected chaplain for the
S. upcoming academic year; and


also pledged and is now a
member of Kappa Epsilon
Fraternity, Inc., which is a
national fraternity for women
in pharmacy and also was
elected chaplain of the Alpha
Xi Chapter.
Pamela was the vice-
president and rept'esehted th.'
junior class of pharmacy as
class queen in the coronation
and during homecoming festi-
vities. Mrs. Leslie is presently
a senior pharmacy major at
Florida A & M University,
college of Pharmacy and
Pharmaceutical Sciences.


PAM LESLIE


* 25 years experience
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of the Year was a marvelous
success. George Tapper was
bombarded with jokes and
"intended" embarrassments,
but he displayed outstanding
sportsmanship, and respond-
ed in kind. He is truly our
Citizen of the Year. The quote
that wrapped it up best was
given by Mrsm Amy Tapper at
the conclusion of the evening,
"I loved every minute of
it,"....as did everyone else.
Billy Joe Rish proved he could
work professionally as a
stand-up comic, and the mem-
bers of the dais were in rare
form and ready 'for an evening
of ftmn. -The most important
aspect of the evening, how-
ever, was that the Senior
Citizen's Association raised
over $2,000.00, and will use the
money to expand services and


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Electric & Oil


buy badly needed equipment.
Our sincere thanks to the
citizens of Gulf County for
your support and your genero-
sity.
Remember our Sky Lab
food sale continues, and we're
getting excellent reports back
from those who have already
bought. It tastes great and its
an inexpensive way to supply
your camping, hunting 'or
fishing trip. Contact us '.at
229-8466 to order your sup-
plies.

For camping or picnics,
freeze water, lemo
tea, etc., in gallon plastic
jugs. Store in portable..ice
chests. The frozen liquids
will keep other items cold
and will melt slowly to
provide icy drinks.


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PAGE FOURTEEN


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1983


Some of Port St. Joe's Future Citizens


Elementary School


Honor Roll Students


S Donna, age 20 months, Jonathan, age 3�, son of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. arid Mrs. John V. Gil-
Donald Thomas, Port St. Joe. more, Jr., Port St. Joe.


Tina, age 7, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs.: John E. Rich, and
Jonathan, age 1, son of 'Mir.
and Mrs. Eddie Rich.


Van Allen, age 8 months, son
of. Kirk and Tisha Parker,
Port St. Joe.


Eric, age 6, and Bill, age 9,
sons of Willie and Shirley
Ramsey of Port St. Joe.


David, age 7, son of Carl and,
Susan Goodson of' White City.


Mitchel, age 4, and Michel-
le, age 16 mos., children of
Keith and Jackie Hodges, Port
St. Joe.


Richard, age 3 months, son Kristie, age 12, daughter of
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. George and Hazel Simmons of
Stone of Highland View. Port St. Joe.


Jamie, age 4, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Haddock
of Highland View.


Jessica Anne, age 2 yrs.,
and Molly Marie, age I yr.,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
William S. Quarles, III, of
Port St. Joe.


Becki'Earley, age 32 mos.,
daughter of Phil and Debbie
Earley of Mexico Beach.


Erica, age 3, 'daughter of
Timmy and Sally Hamm, Port
St. Joe ..


Anthony, age 4, and Adam,,
age 1, sons of Philip and
Sandra Dykes of Port St. Joe.


David Evan Lee, age '8
months, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John D. Lee, Jr.


Port St. Joe Elementary
School announces the Honor
Roll for the fifth six weeks
grading period.
ALL A's
First grade: Melissa Ander-
son, Shannan Antley, Clay
Cox, Lee. Duren, Racheal
Dykes, Shannon Griffin, Lisa
Keeling, Allen Marshall,
Christie McCulley, Chris Nix-
on, Eric Ramsey, Mendy
Whitfield, Brian Wombles,
Nichole Wilder.
Grade two: Amy Buchanan,,
Brad Buzzett, Michael Evans,
Daniel Hughes, Heather John-
son. Crystal Kenningtori, Jodi
Mapes. Leah Ray, Chuck
Watson, Timothy Whitfield,
Analisa Wood.
Grade three: Angel Barr,
Scott Boykins, Pamela Bow-
en, Teleshi Daniels, Rachel
Higdon, Patricia Nedley, Sta-
cey Newsome, Marla Perry,
Jenny Simmons, 'Jason White,
Jamey Wilder.
Grade four: Kyle Griffin.
Erich Hohman, Susan Minger,
Gwen WhiteEagle.
Grade five: Mark Godwin.
Grade six: Tim Davis, Stacy
Kemp, Kristin Totman.
ALL A's and B's
Grade one: Steven Ailes,
Tim Baker, Kelly Burkett,
Clint Campbell, Christy Chan-
cey, Kevin Lee, Joey New-
berry, Shalonda McNeil, Erin
Oliver, Jamie Parrish, Pau-
sha Pendarvis, Sandra Peter-
son, Tarus Riley, Tina Sewell.
Michael Schweikert, Andy,
Smith, Mandi Stafford, Adam
Taylor, Latonya Williams.
Grade two: Ray Bolden, Bill
Brown, Tappan Gandy, Ken-:
dall Hogue, April Little, Kris-
tin Nichols. Arion Nickson,
Kennetha Raines, Tina Rich,
Travis Williams.
, Grade three: Tenesa Ad-
ams, Norton Arrant, Shaun
Butler, Mary Ann Byrd, Shel-
ley Campbell, LaKitcha Dani-
els, Elitha Gant, Brian Hill,
Karen Lanier, Jason Lee,


Brian Lemieux, Jeffery Little,
Kristy Melvin, Andrea McCul-
ley, Kellie Moree, Matthew
Pate, Cori Stallworth, An-
thony Thomas, Jason Witten.
Grade four: Lisa Adkins,'
Roy Campbell, Derrick Chit-
ty, Chris Cox, Donna Durham,
David Fernandez, Patrick
Freeman, Scott-Godwin, Ron
Kegley, Reginald Larry,
Blake Little, Vivian Miller,
Paula Pendarvis, Trisha Phil-
lips, Ben Russ, Mathew Tay-
lor, Stephen White.'
Grade five: Jim Anderson,


Amanda Jackson, Timothy
Kerigan, John Moore, Alana.
Richardson.
Grade six: Chris Bowen,
Lance Campbell, Youlanda
Daniels, Jody Evans, Wendy
Groos, J. Lee Johnson, Patri-
cia Lee, Mickey Lewter,
Tracy Melvin, Danny Moree,
George Newsome, Missy Rice,
Hannon Smith, Michelle Tay-
lor, Chris Wahl, Stephanie
Wilson.
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First

Presbyterian Church'
Sixteenlh Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ..........'. 10:00A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ........ 11:00A.M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday' - 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857


Honor Roll

Porf St. Jr.-Sr. High SchooltSiudlents


Edwin G. Williams, Princi-
pal of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School, announces the Honor
Roll for the fifth six weeks


grading period.
ALL A's
Seventh grade:
Hicks.


Mi


ichelle


Eighth grade: Roger Ben-
nett, April Fadio, David
Staab.
'Ninth grade: Charles Kelly,
Martin Perry, Jr.
Twelfth grade: Stewart Ed-
wards, Martin Neel, Towan
Peters.
ALL A's andB's
Seventh grade: Warren
Bennett, Sherry Creel, Ann
LaLuzerne, Lisa Mahlkov.
Eighth-'L grade: LaDonna
Boykins, Laurie Butts, Kim-
berly Emfinger, Lisa Hand-
ley, Sheila Harvey, Teresa
Jones, Nancy Stoutamire,
Laura j VanPieterson, Carl
White, Jr., Jeri Wilder, Vince
Williams, Robert Young.,
Ninth grade: Teresa Cozart,
Naomi Aman, Sandra King.
Tenth grade: Julie Allen,
Angel Barbee, Karen Barnes,
Durey Cadwell, Jed Campbell,
Kris Cozatt, Allison Guilford,
Sherry Jones, Steve Kerigan,
Melody.Lane, Rochelle Lewis,
Catherine Minger. Shelley
Raffield, Letha Rice, Paula


Ward.
Eleventh grade: Deborah
Beasley, Randy Haddock,
Rhonda Kemp, Jeannette
Lawder, Traci McClain, Me-
lissa Wood.
Twelfth grade: Tina Bald-
win, Michael Bouington, Jere-
my Bridges, Kim Dupree,
John Howard, Patricia, Isa-
acks, Bernice Johnson, Tres
Parker, Tanya Pippin, Tama-
ra Roberson, DeAnn Smith,
Cassandra Thomas, Rosa
Watkins'.
ALL A's and B's
Varying Exceptionalities
Grades seven through nine:
Ricardo Evans, Terrance
Farmer, Chris McCloud.
Grades ten through twelve:
Renda Brock, Danny McGee,
Michael Parson, Michael
Quinn.
ALL B's.
Ninth grade: Tiffany Carr.
ALL B's
Varying Exceptionalities
Grades ten through twelve:
Trent Davis, Delmonte Price.


Faith Christian
nouncesa the -onor
fifth sixth weel
period.


School an--
'Roll for the
ks grading


Highland

ViewSchool

Honor Rofl
Highland View Elementary
School announces the honor
roll for the fifth six weeks,
grading period.
ALL A's
First grade: Joshua Col-.
bert, Dana Maige, Judy Him-
merich. . .:
Second grade: Brandy Con-
rad.
Third place: June Him-
merich.
Fourth grade:'Peter Klope:
Fifth grade: Tammy Stal-
lings .
Sixth grade: Vincentt Von-
Ellington, Michael Ramsey.
: ALL A's and B's
First grade: Matt Hanna,
' Joni Peak, Shanon Dew, Dee
Dee Nichols, Kendra McDani-
el, Richard Wood.
Second grade: Becky Carr,
Dana Earley, Davy Young;
Jason Falbe, Alison Lowrey,
Tina Littleton, Jason Kenne-
dy , Kimberly Thomas, Man-
dee Armstrong.
Third grade: Andy Rutter,
ChIisty Hawkins, Jeff Curcie,
RI. dy Ramsey, Ryan Clark,
S Rihard Davis.
. fifth grade: Steven Combs,
SJosh Hanna, Jenny Hicks,
Mrk Herring, Kevin Lewis,
S Louis Lindsey, Tina Parson,
De rek Rqhott. DaniAll4 Scott.
Sixth grade: iammy Willi-
ams, Lee Wiley, Bobby Van-
Pietersom, Billy Miller, Laura
'Ridgley, Christy McDaniel,
Christy Maige, Robin Kim-
mell, Russell Funderburk,
'Brian Ammons.


ALL A's and B's
ALL A's
Grade one: Brant Bizek,
Joey Bless, Bryan Butts,
Kimberly Cooper, Anita Da-
vis, Julie Johnson, Rusty
Minger, Eric Monteiro, Traci
Peiffer, Johnathan Thursby.
. Grade two: Latoyap Lewis.
Grade three: Shannon Cain,
Chris Parker, Dana Swatts.
Grade four: Christy Smith.
Grade five: John Parker,
Jeff Richards, Brad Thursby.
Grade eight: Howard Ri-
chards.
ALL A's and B's
Grade one: Chrystal Hall,
Kelli Kennington, Brad Lemi-
eux, Samantha Page, David
Oakley, Joseph Price, Bill
Wyatt.
Grade two: Bert.Cain, Jar-
red Nolen, Craig Pate, George
Thomas.,
Grade three: Michael Ham-
mond.
Grade four: Vince Everett,
Cheyenne Godfrey, Deby Mon-
teiro, Kevin Peiffer.
Grade live: Tyler Ford,
Chris Varnum.
Grade six: DeWanna David-
son, Judson Pollock.
Grade eight: Craig Burkett,
Tommy Ford, Lee Parker,
Chris Pate. Robert Quarles,
Edward Wood.


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