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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 12, 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 38


THESTAR
Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1983


SU Per Copy

20* Per Copy


Begin Garbage


Talks


Proposing Deal" With City ofPort


The Gulf County Commis-
sion agreed to begin serious
negotiations with the City of,
'Port St. Joe,' Tuesday mor-
ning, to arrive at a solution to
the county's long-time gar-'
bage problem.
Primarily, the problem is
a lack of a permit from the
.State Department of Environ-
mental Regulaton to bury
garage in the southern three-
: quarters of the county, partic-
ularly the Port St. Joe area
and the rapidly growing bea-
ches areas. The county has
operated a land-fill program
for garbage disposal over the
entire county, but state, regu-
lations for -burial of refuse


have caused the county to
consider a change to its
disposal methods.
With only one garbage, bur-
ial pit approved in the county,
the Commission has been
searching, in vain, for a
location for another pit to
serve the southern half of the
county without being forced
into an expensive operation to
meet state requirements.
These efforts have met with
failure.
Now, the county has settled
on a plan to compact garbage
in the southern end of the
county and transport it, by
truck, to the one approved pit
in the extreme north end of the


county.
Setting up to do this will take
money some $300,000 to
$350,000 worth of money.
, To '.meet the expense of
handling the garbage, the
Commission agreed Tuesday
to approach the City of Port
St. Joe with a joint venture
proposal. The Commission has
made overtures to the city
already in the past, but no
serious negotiating has start-
ed: No figures have been
quoted.
Tuesday, the Commissiorn
agreed to approach the City of
Port St. Joe with a 50-50 offer.
The county would pay half of
the installation and transpor-


station costs and the City would
pay the other half.
Chairman Billy Branch sug-
gested to the Commission that
they set up a meeting with
Port St. Joe and make the
offer.
CITY TO ASK FOR
A FAIR DEAL
Knowing the proposition
was coming up, but not
knowing what the percentages
would be, some of the City
Commissioners have expres-
sed themselves by being in
favor of what is fair for the
City, but not at the expense of
the City tax payers.
James B. Roberts, the most
vocal about the deal thus far,


St. Joe

has stated, "I'll not be for a
deal which will give garbage
disposal to non-incorporated
areas free of charge and make
the City tax payer pay for his
service. That's not fair to the
City tax payer".
Roberts went on to say, "We
here in the City pay county
taxes, too, so we would be
paying for our service twice
and paying a major share of
the taxes which supported the
service to the out-lying areas,
also."
The City has paid a sum of
money an average of about
$6,000 per year to the county
each year to help pay the
expense of burial of its gar-
bage and for mosquito spray-
ing. The money doesn't cover
the expense of these two
operations, but it has rankled
in Roberts' mind that the City
(Continued On Page 8)


County Commission Chairman, Billy ning. Branch is using a map to show the
Branch, goes to the blackboard to explain a Commission where a road problem exists.
problem' to the Commission Tuesday mor- .-Star photo


Red Cross Team Here Wednesday


The Red Cross blood collection team will be in Port St.
Joe next Wednesday to operate its quarterly blood drive.
S Setting up operations in Gulf Pines Hospital, the
project will begin operations at 1:30 p.m., and continue
until 6:00 p.m,, in an attempt to collect 70 units of whole
blood from donors.
The blood collection program was last held here in
Port St. Joe on February 16, with 82 units being collected.
This was the first time the local collection operation has
.ever gone over its goal.
',"'Operated by Red Cross, the blood collected is credited


to Gulf County patients in hospitals using the Red Cross
blood service. Gulf Pines is one of the Red Cross blood
users.
In addition to Red Cross, the local operation is also
sponsored by Gulf Pines and the Hospital Auxiliary, who
do the local work to carry on the blood collection program.
Blood collected from the drive is provided free of
charge to Gulf County patients. Only the handling charge
of around $25.00 per unit is charged to the patient
receiving the blood. Using the Red Cross also assures the
patient he is receiving blood which is tested for
impurities, diseases, etc., and has been stored properly.


Board Dodges oad Work

Three Projects Turned Down On RequestforActiorn


Bay St. Joseph Care Center is opening its nursing home above, shows the front, entrance to the center, nea
here in Port St. Joe toward the end of this month. The photo completed. -Star ph


Nursing Home Opening


S PlanstoAcce t First Resdents This Month'
After nearly five years in tear wing of the present Brant will be in charge of entry and more is
the permitting, planning and building, such activities as field trips, before the doors are
construction stages, Bay St. Brenda Moore is serving as. bingo, macrame classes, the end of this mont
Joseph Care Center will open service director for the center. painting and special holiday bell said the manage
its doors to patients toward She is in charge of aiding activities for the home's resi- center expect it t
the end of this month, accord- prospective residents get dents. capacity within jus'
ing to administrative assist- funding and coordinate their The facilities at the center while after it is op
ant, Mike Campbell, who will entrance requirements to the .will include physical therapy, service.
be in charge of the local center. speech therapy, activities and The center has La
facility. : Mavis Brant will be acting therapeutic diets. ,son as administrator
Located on Long Avenue; as activities director for the The center will provide Lockwood as vice-pre
between Ninth and Tenth center. "-'We are not going' to around the clock nursing care, charge of operati
Street, the nursing home and be just a warehouse for' with medical director on call Campbell as- admi.
its grounds covers a full block people. We plan to provide a 24 hours a day. assistant, who wil
here in Port St. Joe. center for a quality life", Campbell said the center charge of the day
According to Campbell, the Campbell said. already has 25 applications for activities at the cen
home will open 60 of a planned ,
120 units in mid to late May for
private and Medicaid resi-
-dents. Campbell said the other a e
60 units are scheduled for
opening around July 1, in the 1 dW aInIans, Serve P e ol


Five Cases


On Circuit

Court File
A docket of five cases is on
tap for Gulf County Circuit
SCourt when, it convenes on
Tuesday of next week.
Judge Larry Bodiford will
be presiding over the session
of court.
On hand for trial next week
include:.
State of Florida vs. Ethel
Matlock, charged with three
counts of issuing a worthless
check.
State of Florida vs. Charles
Melvin, who faces a charge of
battery on a law enforcement
officer.
State of Florida vs. Felton
Lewis who faces a charge of
sexual battery.
State of Florida vs. Jack
Johnspn, who is charged with
(t lewd and lascivious act upon a
i child.
State of Florida vs. Donald
Cox, charged with lewd and
lascivious act upon a child.'


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rly In a meeting' which lasted legality of the question, attor-
loto just over an hour, the County ney William J. Rish advised
Commission still took care of the board that it was legal to
several important items, of drive on the beach behind the
business Tuesday morning. mean high water mark and
In four transportation mat- upland owners could not erect
ters, the Board refused to structures to prevent the
allow the county to get into practice.
Situations which were not A request from the county
exactly.in the best interests of to improve a bridge at Stone
the county as a whole. Mill Creek ran into a question
cted The board refused an invita-' of ownership. Countering' a
d by tion from the City of Wewa- .. sentiment to "Fix up the
imp- hitchka to re-surface two bridge this time and then let it
'the streets in that area. Chairman alone", attorney Rish advised
I to Billy Branch advised the the Commission they had best
hort Clerk to write the City of "gain ownership of the right of
for Wewahitchka that the streets way and let the world know
would be patched 'on the what you are doing" in the
ohn- regular schedule but that the matter,
Lynn county could not surface the Chairman Branch advised
nt in streets at this time. the Board to forget the matter
and .The Board also side-stepped of the bridge, "Until we can do
itive a question of legality for it right".
in driving on the beach near the. DRAINAGE PROBLEM
day Dead Man's Curve area. Ah- The only transportation
swearing a question as to the matter to gain any action


Tuesday was the matter of
drainage .n St. Joseph Penin-
sula. According to a report by
Chairman Branch, property
owners are putting in solid


drives across ditches which
run on either side of 'C-30-A,
causing water to stand in the
ditches and on property.
(Continued On Page 8)


Mexico Beach Fish

Kill A Mystery
The Department of Environmental Regulation still had
not determined what killed a large number of fish at Mexico
Beach early this week.
According to a spokesman at City Hall at Mexico Beach,
the fish were found washed up on the shore Monday morning.
Most of the dead fish were drum, ranging from 10 to 20
pounds. DER was notified of the kill and they have been
working since Monday to determine what caused the kill.
Located along the beach at the westward end of the
beach at Mexico Beach, the dead fish stretched along the.
beach toward Tyndall AFB.
Clean up operations started Monday, with city
employees and volunteers pooling their efforts. Most of the
clean up was completed by early afternoon Tuesday.


S SI il S


'Pancakes


The Port St.. Joe Kiwainis Club cooked up their annual and Al Ray' go about. the serious business of cooking the
Pancake Day Saturday and attracted a large number of pancakes in a portable cook shed set up on the vacant lot at
pancake lovers to sample their efforts. Kiwanis spokesmen the corner of Fifth Street and Reid Avenue. Where there is
said some 500 pancake orders were cooked up and served food, and plenty of it, you will attract a gaggle of teen-agers.
during the morning, Saturday. The kids gathered under the serving tents to sample the
The club members who, served as chefs for the project,, wares of the Kiwanians and wash down their ample supply of
fired up their grills and coffee pots and had the coffee ready pancakes with their morning cold drink.
at 7:00 a.m. and kept a cooking crew busy until about 11:30.. 'The Kiwanis use proceeds from the project to finance
In the photo at right, Kiwanians John Gilmore, Jim Cox their work with youth activities. -Star photo


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Co urts Agree ..

Students Should Have An

Education from Their Schooling

When we were -students in" unfair was to push off a "high school
condary schools, a student had to graduate" on an unsuspecting em-
ake a passing grade or he spent player only to have him find out he
other year in the grade he just had no high school graduate at all.,
)ent a year in. He could count on The other unfair thing about the
at, no matter what. his color, his practice was to lead the student to
rents orhis arguments against the believe he was a high school
practice. It was just that simple; if a graduate, wheti all he or she was,
udent didn't make the grades, he /was a high school attender: The
don't get promoted. things the student should' have
Back then, too, a passing grade learned in high school, he didn't
asia "C" and on up. If you just learn.
rely slipped into a "D" you might Now the courts have ruled that
t bw aoinayNow the courts have. ruled that
-t by with a condition that you do F
tter the t year. Florida schools are within their
Florida has been trying to get powers to require a student to be a
ck to thi meth of giving some "high ,school graduate" if he is
centive to make the grades, but handed a dipl0a on graduation
e had their efforts challenged by day Once again, high school
iurt action which declared the diploma will mean that a young
stem unfair. .. person can at least function. They
In our opinion, the only thing : have met. some standard which says
fair about the whole' system as they can do at least elementary
e practice of letting a student think work. It tells the student he or she
could matriculate through 12 has accomplished something.
ars of schooling without 'doing Isn't that the purpose in going to
hat was expected of him, if he 12 years of school to accomplish
anted to do so. THe o'ily thing something?



needs Sambod In Char'ge

For years, now, Highland View just so happened, that for a period of
is been rocking along with a water time, there' was nobody a finger
'stem which was no water system. could be pointed and that person
ack of management has allowed told, "You are in charge here. See
e system to go partially to pot. that: things go right". The system
This isn't meant to toss stones at has operated with volunteer labor.
ose who have kept the system That's all well and good as far as
ratingg as well as it has operated. it goes. If you get right down to it,
body had the "responsibility" to Highland View did pretty well
e that the system ran correctly, without someone making them clean
her than to the extent which any filters one day, or back-wash filters
tizen of Highland View had. It another day, or check your chlorine
today, or the many other tasks
S .. which go with operating anything
S,' which,-needs constant attention.
Bears LoOkin gInto Now, Highland View has attract-
Sed the attention of the entire
It would seem the State of Panhandle With their water system.
Florida has too many prisoners We hope attracting that attention
for its present prisons and helps the community to get on the
nobody wants to build more in right foot with its water system and
their county. get it operating as it should to best
Maybe, if prisons are going serve the people. Depending on a
to have to beg for a home, much central water system can cause
like a stray dog or cat, Gulf quite a few people to forego, their
County might just look into the own private water systems over the
matter of trying to locate a new years and could place the people in.
state prison here. that community in a bad way if the
There's no doubt it would situation is allowed to continue.
be an economic shot in the arm Highland View isn't incorporat-
for the county, and, judging ed, so it will have to depend on
from Gadsden county, we don't someone else to turn the wheels
think the deficits would be more which need turning to get the system
than the assets. put right once more.
We think the matter at least It has operated well at one time,
bears looking into to see if our so we have no doubt it can again, if
county could live with a state the proper attention is given to the
prison, system and a proper maintenance
program set up.


nizing these activities and
there have been too few people
to help.


Although it is not, necessary
for every parent to beat every
(Continued on Page 3)


THE STAR
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1983


PTA Contributes Much
Dear Mr. Ramsey: in combining their efforts to
Your article last week out- provide additional, and im-
lining the cooperative effort of proved facilities for our stu-
the Port St. Joe Elementary dents was very good. The
School PTA organization and agreement, however, was
the Gulf County School Board (Continued on Page 3)


A Rude

Awakening
Dear Wesley,
I had a rude awakening last
week- I attended a Band
Booster meeting- my first. I
was unaware of the problems
caused by a lack of interests.
from parents. There are about
150 kids participating in the
band. program. Of that num-
ber there are probably an
estimated 200 or more parents
including those that. have two
or more kids in band. Of this
number, only 14 or 15 parents
representing 10 families were
at the meeting. This is only
about seven percent of the
parents. They have been re-
sponsible for the majority of
financial support which comes
from concessions and fund
raising projects. A lot of time
and preparation go into orga-


FAMU Also

Has Quality
Dear Editor:
This letter is intended in no
way to try and excuse poor
performance or encourage
anything less than quality
education. However, as a
FAMU graduate, a black
teacher and a concerned edu-
cator, I am compelled to
express some views concern-
ing the plight of black students
and the performance of tea-
chers. The news media has
reported facts concerning
blacks and education which
tend to reflect preparation and
performance in a negative
way.
When news articles of this.,.
nature are circulated it only
compounds the problems of
black students by nurturing a
poor self-concept and de-
flating the ego of those who
are trying; .We don't need
forces to.erbde our being btlt'"
instead, some fair assesstnerit'
of our capabilities and oppor-
tunities to interact to the
fullest extent of our potential
and abilities.
It is imperative that, the
public be made aware of the'
merits of FAMU rather than
all of the negative aspects.
Some positive Aspects of the
university are: not only do
(Continued on Page 3)


i Y ..MAN'S WORLD



First Love
BY SHAD PHANTRY
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I'll never forget Marie Led-
better. She was the first girl I
really fell in love with. My
love, like all first loves, was so
intense that ,I was ready to


forsake everything for her. I.
would have left home for
Marie. I would have given up
my faithful dog, Bruno, for
her. If she had asked me I


would have given away my
marble collection. As you can
see, it was a. deep and, I felt
certain, undying love and
there was no way I could live


without her. I was ten years
old and in the fifth grade.
Marie was a tall and slender
girl and usually wore her hair,
in long flowing, curls that
bounced when she walked.
Her teeth were uneven in the
front, but this only enhanced
her beautiful, magical smile.
Marie had many suitors and
she was also the smartest
person in the fifth gride. She
always wore the most beauti-
ful dresses to school, and she
smelled good. Far too much
for a shy, awkward country


boy like myself.
All of this did not alter the
fact that I was head-over-
heels in love and, as we all
know, love can move stuck
four-wheel drives from Bog-
Ins. I set my hat for that sweet
thing and determined early in
the game that she was going to
be my girl.
The'firfst time she smiled at
me I almost fainted. The
teacher had us all lined up
around the room for our
verbal spelling test. Marie
(Continued on Page 3)


I Didn't Me
I KNOW, NOW, THAT George'
STapper is an even-tempered fellow. He
can take a joke and can take a lot of
ribbing. Proof of, the pudding was the
. roasts" using him as a subject,
.recently.
They did everything for George.
from telling :about his secret activities
M as a boy to telling his nickname from
his'days as a young man. George was
6 "Huggin' Molly" when he was a young
-man courting the young ladies;.
The biggest surprise to me was
finding out that George was a boy one
ay in the past. He did the things boys
-did and actually played games. You
wouldn't know it, if all you knew of
G George was the past 30 oir 40 years.
During that time; he has been'all
business.
.. Of course he plays golf now and
S then in these mature years of his life,
b ut even that doesn't take up all his
. *.. No doubt the "roast" revealed
S some things to George he had forgotten,
S.r"wanted to forget. I feel sure some
things were revealed he felt were safe
; :and secure from the prying eyes and


an toGet Serious This Week.. It Just Comes Out That Way


ears of others, tucked away in a hidden
recess of his memory.
Several of his "roasters" brought
out the philanthropist side of George,
too, which is considerable in size.


seats.
While the people enjoyed them-
selves and found out more about
George Tapper than I feel he wanted
theii-to know, I feel George found out a


rern of thi chlrn n n ae


rearing of their children. In any case,
he seemed to recognize what children
need, and this seems to be a deep dark
mystery .to those who have children.
You think you know what kids want or


sley R. Ramsey.


few things too.
Chief of these things was that he
has a lot of good friends. That's worth
living 60-plus years for.
SYDNEY HARRIS WAS writing
about kids, prayer in schools, pledge of
allegiance and children in general
doing, the 'right thing, recently Harris
sounds, in the article, like either he
doesn't have any kids or his wife did the


need and they will surprise you by
reacting negatively to what you believe
to be positive action on your part and
vice versa.
Harris said, in part: "What chil-
dren most require are models to imitate
and look up to; this is a truth that has
been known since the most ancient
times. If adults do not provide
appropriate role models, it doesn't
matter what they say or what they


profess to believe in the abstract."
Harris is saying our actions speak
louder than our words in trying to guide
children. What it means to many of us, I
suppose, is that while we think we are
doing a pretty good job of managing our
life in a way to provide a good example,
in many instances it leaves a lot to be
desired. Either we don't realize what
we're doing or we are trying to fool
somebody primarily our kids.
Harris goes on to say, "Parents
keep looking for magic incantations
that will regulate or improve their
children's conduct, but noboby has yet
found an institutional way to do this.
And teachers cannot instill a moral
sense in youngsters any better than
parents can. The influence of the
modern school, indeed, tends all the
other way, for reasons too complicated
to go into."
I guess the point is, that a kid is an
individual also, and you had better stay
on your toes if you hope to persuade him
to follow any given pattern. If the
schools fail to do so, we shouldn't be too
critical on the school, because where


failure is involved, we, as parents had
our share in it.

I DIDN'T MEAN to get serious this
week. It just slipped up on me. I'm not
feeling morbid or anything,'I just ran
across these subjects and they seemed
appropriate at the time.
The "appropriate time" to me is
any time I happen to have a few
minutes to.sit down and write up this
stuff. To a fellah who hates to write
even letters, you don't stifle the spirit if
it happens on him, be it serious or light
hearted. You take what you can get and
be happy with it.
One of these days, if I live long
enough and get in enough practice, I
might just be able to sit down and dash
off 125 lines or so on any given subject
in any vein whatsoever. So far, that
hasn't happened. I must have 500 lines
of inspiration to get 125 lines of actual
type.
But, then, if the words just flowed
free and easy, I couldn't tell you I had
been working, could I?


After it was all over, and the 200 or.
so, who gathered to eat supper and
enjoy 'the evening. I'm sure everyone
would admit it was a much more
entertaining evening than they thought
it would be. No doubt mariy purchased
tickets just to help the Senior Citizens
organization to keep its program going.'
But many showed up for the program.
As a matter of fact, the Commons Area
was full. There were. very few vacant


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 12 11:30am. 9:39p.m.
May13 12:05p.m. 10:32p.m.
May 14 12:48p.m. 11:30p.m.
May15 1:36p.m. e
May 16 2:25 p.m. 12:33 a.m. i
May17 3:18p.m. 1:31a.m.
May 18 4:17p.m. 2:24 a.m.
May19 5:06p.m. 3:17a.m.


ETAOI N SHRDLU

LBy: Wes


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was about halfway down one
side of the wall, and I about
halfway down the other. I had
a good vantage point for an
occasional glance at her. The
only problem was that Marie
was looking at James Dunlap
and not at me. I decided then
and there to bloody James
Dunlap's nose during recess.
Anyway, when it came my
turn to spell I missed my word
and had to sit down. That was
when Marie smiled at me. It
was the highlight of my school
career.at that point. I noticed
that James Dunlap smiled,
too. He, of course, was un-
aware of what was waiting for
him on the playground.
.'As fate would have it James
was a much better fighter
than I thought and it was. who
received the bloody nose. Not
being one to give up, I planned
another course of action.
During lunch I un-aired his
bicycle tires and put sand in
his sprocket. The next day I
broke ten of his spokes and
beni his chain-guard. That, I
felt should teach him a lesson
about taking someone's girl
and then beating them up.
The story of the fight spread
like wildfire around the sc-
hool. I was a disgraced person
and could hardly bear to look
anyone' in the face, especially
Marie. It was at this point,
however, that fate began to
deal me some luck. The next
day Marie sat next to me. It
was during our reading period
that she slipped me a piece of
paper. On the paper was a
heart with an arrow through it
and inside the heart was this
message, "ML loves S P." My
heart was pounding so hard I
thought I was going to faint.
It's hard to express the way
I felt for the next two or three
weeks. It was like I was on a
cloud and looking at the world
through rose-colored glasses.
Love, you see, is a many
splendored thing! I started
making plans for the future; a
job, where we would be
married, and things like that..
It was at about this time that
I noticed Joyce Boyd. Joyce
wasn't quite as tall as Marie
and she was filled out in places
Marie might never achieve.
There was definitely some-
thing magical about Joyce and'
then one day she smiled at me.
ello, number twol!!



HEARING
A
HEAR
SER
--FI


From left, Angela Spikes with her third place model of the Florida Caverns. Sissy
Burke and Lee Miller.


Dies In Savannah
Willam,Robert Pa(rick, 83,
of Savannah, Georgia died
Sunday, May 8, after a long
illness. He was a native of
Ohoopie, Georgia, and was a
member of Wesley Monu-
mental United Methodist
Church. He served as Superin-
tendent of the Gulf Oil Plant in
Savannah. He was a veteran,
having served in the U. S.
Navy during World War I.
He is survived by: his wife,
Mrs. Anne Curry Patrick of
Savannah, Ga.; one son, W.
Larry Patrick of Dunwoody,
Ga.; one brother, Roy Patrick
of Overstreet; three sisters,
Mrs. Annie Cook of Over-
street, Mrs. Edna Hardy of
Overstreet, Mrs. Lena Roelk
of Sanford; five grandchild-
ren; several nieces and ne-
phews.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday at 11:00 A.M. in the
chapel of Sipple's Mortuary
with interment in Bonaven-
ture Cemetery.

Biscuits &

Sausage Sale
Melody Rebekah Lodge No..
22 will be. having a. sausage
and biscut sale at the Masonic-
Hall next door to Campbell's
Drug Store. Gritswill also be"
available. The sale will be
Thursday, May 12th, begin-
ning at 7:00 A.M. til. Free
coffee for walk-ins. The food
will be prepared by some of
Gulf County's best cooks..
Two sausages and two bis-
cuits will be $1.50, grits $.25
extra.



G TESTS
nd
[NG AID
VICE
REE-


meeting, I now realize that it's
very important and necessary
for parents to make themsel-
ves available and willing to
donate a small portion of their
time to assist with projects
that are organized to help
OUR children. Without pa-
rents to help in the future-
there may not be a Band
Boosters Club. This would
without a doubt be a dramatic
loss to the support of the band
program. A little help from a
lot of people will not only
make the job easier, but it will
create a time of fun, fellow-
ship and sharing for all those
involved.

hope other parents will
realize how valuable their
'ideas and suggestions are as1
well as their time to the,
growth and continuation of'
this club. It also aids in the
communications between pa-
rents and their kids when the
kids realize that their parents
care enough about what they
are doing to become involved.
I, for one, don't have a lot of
time to spare, but what I have
I'm willing to help when I can.
I hope other parents will
realize how very important
they are, not only to the
growth of the Band Boosters
Club, but most important of


all, to the emotional and moral
support of their children.
Getha Ann Ballard


FAMU Has

poorly prepared studei
choose to attend FAMU I
those who are academic
gifted; FAMU students
achieve and contribute i
mensely to our society; a
there are exemplary p
grams at FAMU equal to
greater than any offered
other institutions.
In the Media, it appears t]
only students' who are
equipped : to get:' in ot]
institutions attend FAM
This is not true. Many ,exc
lent students, by choice, enr
there.' Unfortunately, ma
more would attend if
predominantly white univel
ties did not lure them aw
with complete four year sc
larships that are not affo
able by predominantly bla
institutions;
I would -like for white a
young blacks 'to be aware tl
in every phase of Americ
life, graduates of FAMU a
working, competing, and(
selling. There are examp


PTA Contributes Much


much more extensive than
outlined in your article and I
would like to take this space to
provide an update on this
matter. .
Totally the Elementary
PTA 'has agreed to spend
$3,700 in our school program.
$700.00 of these funds will go
toward purchasing of addi-
tional maps and globes for our
intermediate grade class-
rooms. The remaining $3,000
was to be split among three
separate and distinct projects;
First, the paving of a 30 x 90
foot play area for kindergar-
ten students immediately be-


hind their classroom facility.
A second portion of the funds
were to be used for construc-
tion of an obstacle course for
our physical education pro-
gram and the thiid portion of
the money was to be used for
the purchase of additional
instructional television moni-
tors. The $3,000 would be
divided equally among these
three programs and the school
board has agreed to match
funds in order to complete all
of these projects.
As principal and as a parent
with a child enrolled in Port
St. Joe Elementary School, I


(Continued from Page 2)


nts upon examples of lawyers,
but doctors, educators, social ser-
ally vice workers, and those of
do other areas who are leaders in
im- their field because they are
nd qualified.
ro- It should be noted that
or FAMU's programs in business
at -administration, pharmacy,
and architecture turn out
hat some of the best qualified
ill graduates in the nation. These
other programs have been cited
.U. time. and again for their
el-' viability: Education also has
roll .' its. representatives. Florida's
any teacher of the year is a
the graduate of FAMU.
rsi- And last, but most import-
'ay ant, is the reality that no test
ho- has been designed to measure
rd- determination. Many students,
ack who have gone to segregated
schools and made low scores
and on tests have, when competing
hat in society, out performed their
can, white contemporaries who
are had all of the prerequisites for
ex- success.
les Maxine K. Gant

(Continued from Page 2),


am very proud of the work of
our PTA. The president, Ned
Ailes, and other members of
the organization have worked
very closely with the admini-
stration and staff of our school
to improve the educational
program for all our students.
The active participation of
parent and parent organiza-
tion is absolutely essential in
the education of our children.
Our PTA has done an exemp-
lary job this year and I take
this opportunity to commend
this organization.
Yours sincerely,
Gerald Lewter


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9 a.m. to 12:00 noon
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Port St. Joe, Florida
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1983


Roses Require Lo of


b


six nours d uring me- A ay.
Wheire some shading is una-
able, locations which sup-
ply- morning sunlight are
-. pi' erred.
-e best soil for roses is one
''r'tharhas good drainagey- e
'...-' hq'qs anr adequate' suply of
moisture and'riut.ient .N.utr "
S ers are most readily avail-
abl to roses in a moderately
to slightly acid soil, pH 5.5-6.5.
Roses should not be planted in
poorly drained bog ori m rsh
a-eas. Minor drainage prob-
; r lms of l16w areas can 'be
overcome by ditching or raisL
; ir g the bed ser~ral'.inches'
Materials that will 'increase
'. the water holding capacity,
"..- improve the nutrient balance;
'.' ,apd change the pH can be.
a ded to :the'-. soiil: .efor
'.: pyanting."- Preplanting soil
:' amendments nt only improve
.;,.'*",p ant growth and beauty, but
.;."", a reduce the'ebfrtkneedid
,' tI keep plants growing-wel .
S )rganic materials'to ainend
r soils, include corhpost,
I f-mold h-smi-andt
11.'. rotted manures.'As much
S,'." a- a four inch layer of any' of
:'. t ,se or a combination of two
o more will improve most
s Is. Mix. amendments 'tho-
Srd ghly and eyehly t6.a depth
o twelve inches..'
S )orn1ant bare root plants,
ich are available 'October
'ougg March, will be 'ii
Sbom about ten weeks after
Sp| intihg. Planting should be'
dhe in Decemlirpr Janiary .
-''. -' I fy container grown roses
: c be transplanted 'anytime.
Remove dead, broken and
eased wood before plant-
lorida's 'high light inten-
'si, warm temperatures and
d winters, cause roses to
n* ke some grpwtli all year
Saul more growth -during
wgrm months than Northern
stf.. Roses grow larger and .
.


Care for Best Results
ROY LEE CARTER require more space in the phosphorus
&nty Extension Director Florida ,landscape, so allow Grooming
,The rose, the "queen of for size increase when plant- ture of rose
flowers," is grown inlall fifty" ing. ing faded
ofithe United States, but thi In most locations, roses fltuh of blo
magnificent shrub requires should receive one inch of appearance
special- care in Florida. An water once a week. Water development
evergreen shrub in this state, should be applied to the soil should be re
the:'rose grows and blooms al surface-to prevent the build up tw6 months
year in South Florida at least of high levels of soluble salts encourage
nine months in North Florida: in the root zone, and prevent establish a
[tsa high maintenance plant, water on the foliage which first tlower
requiring yearly grooining'for increase disease potential, velbp should
nAximum flower production A complete fertilizer should stems to lea
My information for this article be applied five to seven times as possible
'was provided by Extension a .year, one application each Remove
Horticulturist Dr. Robert -J. time plants produce-a flush of cones show
ci D. growth. This 'program will toms. CutI
cWhen selecting rose plants, provide plants grownin North back to
consider your intended'use of Florida about five fertiliza- remove it
thd ,blossoms. Preference for tons a year. Alternate appli- Additional
roses with a special trait may cations of a 1-1-1 analysis ratio done each y
guide your selection.. Choose fertilizer such as 8-8-8 with ber or Ja
pla'its grafted on to Rosa 1-0-1 analysis ratio fertilizer dieback an(
far-Tuniana root stock. They such as a 15-0-15. This fertill- healing, pr
ar longer lived, grow larger zation program will prevent be made jus
an more vigorop, and pro- the build up of high levels of bud.
du more flowers than plants .__--
growni on their roots,, and -,
those grafted on Dr. Huey and
mtiflora.rootstocks. .


. Winners of the various flights of the David C. Gaskin golf tourney held last week.


Local Wman Wins Gaskin Golf Trophy


g is a regular fea-
e cultures. Remov-
flowers after each
om improves plant
e and prevent fruit
nt. Flower bids
moved for the first
s after planting to
growth and help to
i new plant. The
rs allowed to de-
d be cut with short
ve as much foliage
on the plant.
dead wood and
ing disease symp-
the affected part
realty wood and
from the garden.
pruning should be
ear during Decem-
nuary. To avoid
d encourage rapid
tuning cuts should
;t above a dormant

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was a local player, Faye C(
of Wewahitchka, who won t
title after a two hole sudd
death play off with Mew
Ikeguchi of Tyndall Golf Clu
Mrs. Cox was presented t
Gaskin trophy by the spons
of the annual event, Mr. Dav
C. Gaskin, Jr.
k,Other winners in the ni
flights were: Champidnshi
1. Mewa Ikeguchi, 2. DI
Lecke, 3.' Shirley. Edward
First Fit., 1. Margie Ely,


May DAR Meeting


At Kunel'Home


Mrs. Paul Kunel will host St.
Joseph Bay Chapter DAR for
the annual covered dish sup-
per meeting at her Mexico
Beach home on Wednesday,
May' 18, at 5:30 PM,.EDT.
' Florida State Society DAR
Historian, Mrs. Joe McCoy of
Panma. -City, will- give a
report on the 92nd Continental
Congress National Society
DAR Which was held in


Washington, D.C. April 19-Z
SHostesses with Mrs. Kui
are Mrs. Paul Fensom, MI
W. H. Howell, and Mrs. C.
Jarvis.
. Following this meeting
Joseph Bay Chapter will a
journ for the summer.
members are urged to atter
Mrs. Kunel's home is on t
left at the far end of 14th Stre
at Mexico Beach.


Murdock, Kriner,' Jan Clenney Is


JUDY HENDRIX


a. Engaged

Dr. and Mrs. John Wayne and Mrs. Herrtan L. Adams of
Hendrix of Port St. Joe Cartersville, Georgia- and the
announce the engagement and late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G.
approaching marriage of their Hendrix of Cassville, Georgia.
datighler, Judy, Elizabeth, to She is a graduate, of Port St.
Le'e Saunders.. Brannon of Joe High School, Oxford Col-
Leesburg. He is the son of Mr. lege of Emory University, and
and Mrii.Dewey L. Brannon of graduated With a Bachelor of
Bonifay'. Business Administration from
The prospective bride is the Stetson University, Deland.
granddaughter of the late Mr. She is presently Personnel
'." Administrator. for.Sun' World
-,-Circuits, Inc., Altamote
Springs.
The future bridegroom gra-


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: To all my friends, customers and all the beautiful
people that have worked for me the past 24 years, I
give you' my heartfelt thanks. I have' made a lot of
friends over the years, and I hope they will always be
my friends. : .
My thanks and appreciation go out to all the people
that have made my business a success, and to all the
people that have worked for me. To all my faithful'
customers, friends and employees, my thanks-and
best wishes. I'll miss everyone especially my cof-
fee table friend. .
PAULINE MOUCHETTE


r PAULINE'S RESTAURANT
Reid Avenue Port St.Joe


Final Plans Told
Mr. and Mrs.. Waring Mur-
dock announce the final wed-
ding plans for their daughter,
Ciidy,'" to' Todd Kriner of
Tallahassee.
The wedding will be Satur-
day, May 21, at the First
Baptist Church. A. reception
will follow in the church
fellowship hall. A nursery will
be provided. All friends and
relatives are invited.

duated from Holmes County
High School, Chipola Junior
College, and graduated with'a
Bachelor of Science in Ag-i-
culture from the University of
Florida. He is presently Couh-
ty Supervisor for Farmers
Home Administration in Lees-
burg.
The ceremony will be held
on Saturday, June 25 at 5:00
EDT at the Long Avenue
Baptist Church. All friends
and relatives are invited to
attend the ceremony and the
reception which will be given
at the home of the bride's
parents.


Recognized

Jan Clenney, daughter
Mr. and Mrs. John Clenne


15,Long Avenue, Port St. Joe,
was recognized at the spring
Honors' Day program at Bry-
an College for writing the best
term paper in her section of
freshman English under the
title "Winning Through De-
feat."
Bryan College, a four-year
college of arts and sciences,
completed its fifty-third aca-
demic year early in May when
one hundred and thirteen
graduates shared in thefifti-
eth annual commencement
activities.
CARD OF THANKS
This is a note of apprecia-
tion for the prayers and
concern of our many friends
.and relatives during our time
of need.
A special thanks to Dr.
Shirley Simpson and David
Bearden for their time and
companionship.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy R.
Williams and Family.


Thames Jewelry
302 Reid Avenue Phone 229-8723


ox, 'Betty Fitzgerald, 3. 'Lois lachicola), Saveway- George chka
he Smith; 2nd Fit., 1. Margaret. Duren, St. Joe Paper Co., Joe, I
en Brown, 2. Catherine Prows, 3. George G. Tapper, Wewahit- Cohta
wa Marian Bruett; 3rd Fit., 1.
ib. Aileen Johnson, 2. Hazel Bar-
he ton, 3. Fran Barnhill; 4th'Flt.,
sor 1. Bobbie Watts, 2. Mary
id Bonner, 3. Helen Boyle; 5th H I
Flt., I. Betty Hofferkamp, 3. -
Ruth Russell, 3. Frances
ne 'Chafin; 6th Fit., 1. Vivian H
ip, Hardy, 2. Frances Brown, 3.
)ot Jackie Bennett; 7th Fit., 1. Me
s; Mry Thonimas,: 2. Nancy P
2. Jones, 3. Barbara Brodnax;
8th Fit., 1. Fay McCombs, 2. D i i
'Carol Mitchell, 3. Esther Subs Dip I
Mitchell'
Longest Drive in C division, Sandwiches Di
Nan Elliot; B division, Bobbie
Watts; A division, Carolyn CD i e t. ic
Williams. Closest to pin: C Deli Meats Slic
division, Betty Hofferkamp; B YOU Lik
23. division, no winner; C divi- ;1 Y u i
iel sion, Carolyn Williams.
rs. The .: Ladies Associaiton ,
M. would like to thank the follow- "
ing businesses for their gene-
St. rous contribution to the tour-
id- nament: Apalachicola and
Al Eastpoint Bank, Basic Mag-
\d. nesia Co., Buzzett's Drug
he Store, Campbell's Drug Store,
eet Fish House Restaurant, Fla.
First National Bank, David C.
Gaskin, J. V. Gander (Gulf
Oil), Gulf Sands Motel, The Home Style
Hut (Apalachicola), Miller
Agency (Standard Oil), Roger .,
Newton (Apalachicola), Sea D IiKED HAM
of' Sweet Shellfish Co. (Apalachi-
v., cola), George Patrenos (Ap- _"


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Seventy golfers competed
for the David C. Gaskin
Memorial Trophy in the Ninth
Annual Ladies Invitational
Tourney at St: Joseph's Bay
Country Club on May 5.
Participants came from all
over the Northwest Florida
area for the one day event,
which includes 'golf, a deli-
cibus, luncheon in. the club
: house, ichW'as decorated to
depict a Hawaiian Luau, the
theme for this year's tourney.
The winner for the first time










THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1983


PAGE FIVE


Savings Bonds' Sales

Increase In Gulf


Bay St. Joseph Care Center, the newly constructed nursing home, located on Ninth Stree. a
. nearing completion. Following inspection by state officials, the Care Center will open later in th
month with Its first clients. Shown above is the bright, airy dining area of the new facility. At bot
tom is some of the equipment in the kitchen facilities of the Care Center. -Star photo


Larry Johnson, administrator; Lynn
Lockwood, vice-president in charge of


operations and Mike Campbell, administra-
tive assistant, go over opening plans.,


e
t.


National Hospital Week


Observed at GulfPines
Gulf Pines Hospital joins touch as we continue progress family is involved, ]
with hospitals all across the in both prevention and cure of community in many'
country in celebrating Nation- 'illness and disease." Our hospital's families
al Hospital Week, May 8-14. A caring "family" attitude vement includes partic
This special observance is distinguishes hospital work on the Board of the
built around the theme slogan', from that of most enterprises. County Chapter of theA
"We Treat You Like Family". "Saying we care means no- can Heart Association
"The 1983 National Hospital thing unless we show that we Gulf County Chapter
Week theme expresses the do", said Betty Sue Wright, American Cancer, ,S
sentiment that we think of the Director of Nursing at Gulf participation on the
community as an extension of Pines Hospital. "The individu- ory Board for the Gulf
our hospital family", said al endeavors of our hospital Home Health Services,
Rand J. Wortman, Admini- family demonstrate that they ing CPR 'to various c
strator at Gulf Pines Hospital. not only care for our commu- nity organizations, con
"Community residents can' nity's residents, but also care blood pressure clinics, l
count on us for the human about them." Our hospital the community effo:
S.blood drives, in addition


Edition of "Great Tide"


Mrs. Eunice Brinson is
announcing the sale of "The
Great Tide," one of Florida's.
r iosthistorical novels, center-
ed around Saint Joseph and
North Florida where Florida's
first Constitution was drafted
in 1838. The novel, written by
Rubylea Hall, has republished
in its 7th edition.
The sale is in conjunction


with the dedication of the new
wing at the -Constitution Con-
yention State Museum on May
21, 10:30 A.M.
"The Great Tide" can be
purchased at the following
places: Port St. Joe- Pau-
line's Restaurant, St. Joe
Motel, St. Joseph Bay Flowers
and Gifts, Art and Craft Shop,
Campbell's Drug Store,


Campbell's Annex Gift Shop,
St. Joe Furniture and Appli-
-ance Co., The Star, Glad's
Back Yard Beauty Parlor,'
Ming's Green House and Nur-
sery; St. Joe Beach- Ann's
Place of Cakes, Magellan St.;
Mexico Beach- Fiesta Food
Store, Mexico Beach Grocery.

Special Services

At Oak Grove
The Plesner Family will be:
ministering at Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church on
Sunday, May 15, at 6:15 p.m.
Features include the pre-
sentation of God's Word in
song 'and felt scenes, and
offers appeal for all ages.
Solos will be presented by
Dean Plesner.
Rev. David Fernandez, Pas-
tor, and the congregation of
the church extend a cordial
invitation to everyone to at-
tend.


Hold ItSteady There

It takes a steady hand and a steady nerve to work the
high steel in putting up a radio antenna tower. Workmen are
shown here working on a new tower for the local radio
station, WBJU and its FM affiliate. According to Dewayne
McChristian of Bob Jones University, owner of the station,
the tower will be approximately 500 feet in the air when
completed. The tower is part of a new complex the station is
building on the Long Avenue extension behind the high
school. McChristian said the station hopes to move into its
new headquarters by the end of this month. -Star photo


S The First
S Pentecostal Holiness Church


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


Sales of Series EE United
States Savings Bonds in Gulf
County totaled $27,932 during
the first quarter of 1983, J. Ted
Cannon, Florida National
Bank, said this week. Mr.
Cannon serves as Gulf County
Volunteer Savings Bond
Chairman.
First ,quarter sales have
increased substantially over
the same period of a year ago,
.Cannon said. Statewide, Bond
sales totaled $48,836,637 for the
quarter.
National sales of Savings
Bonds during the first quarter
amounted to $1.01 billion, a 28
percent increase from last
year. Currently, $68.8 billion
worth of Savings Bonds are
being held by the public.
Since November 1, 1982, new
Series EE Savings Bonds held
five years or longer earn 85


percent of the average return
on five-year Treasury market
able securities during the
holding period. There is a
minimum guaranteed return
of 7.5 percent for bonds held at
least five years. Most older
Series E and EE Bonds are
also eligible for the market-
based rate. The rate for the-
current six-month market-.
based period is 8.64 percent.::
"With market-based inter-
est," Cannon said, "Savings:
Bond buyers are able to
benefit from increases .int
market interest, while being-
protected from steep market-
declines. And- the Payroll
Savings Plan, offered by
many area employers, allows
individuals to save regularly:;
and automatically- and get,
market-based interest- for:
only a few dollars a week.";'.-


Elementary PTA


in our
ways.
invol-
ipation
e Gulf
Ameri-
and the
of the
society,
Advis-
County
teach-
ommu-
ducting
leading
rt for
n to the


24. hour, seven day a week
commitment to quality medi-
cal' care for both in-patients
and emergency room patients.
During National Hospital
Week, Gulf Pines Hospital is
taking the time to recognize
its employees. In appreciation
for all of their support and
efforts, the hospital held an
employee appreciation day
Tuesday, May 10. A luncheon
was prepared and served to
employees of the hospital by'
members of- the hospital's
administrative and manage-.
ment staff.
National Hospital Week is
sponsored each year by the
American Hospital Associa-
tion and its 6,300 member
hospitals to foster better com-
munication and understand-
ing between hospitals and
their patients, employees and
the communities they serve.

Need Swim

Instructor
Gulf County,. Community
Services is looking for a
certified swimming instructor
to teach young children swim-
ming lessons. Call 229-6119 or
229-8607.


Meeting
The monthly meeting of the
Port St. Joe Elementary Sc-
hool PTA will be held Tues-
day, May 17th in the Elemen-
tary School Auditorium at 7:00
P.M.

San Pedros

To Tell of

Cuban Life
Dr. and Mrs. Jorge San
Pedro of Port St. Joe will
speak at St. Joseph's Catholic
Church on Sunday, May 15 at 7.
p.m. in the Church Hall.
The San Pedros, former
residents of Havana, will
relate their experiences and
tell of their life under Fidel
Castro's Communist regime in
Cuba.


Tuesday
This will be the final meet-.
ing for this school year..,
Several interesting things are
on the agenda. Winners oft l'
Creative Writing Contesf"'
grades 2-6, will be announce,-
Officers for the coming yea-r
will be elected. The results of :.
the Workshop committee will
be announced.
You are encouraged 'to
attend this important meet-
ing.



I Love and

Appreciate You

MICHAEL
,;[..- w


at 4os eplh Qgarer (enter

UNDER CONSTRUCTION ON NINTH STREET,
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA

EXTENDED CARE FACILITY
Available for Occupancy SPRING 1983


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* Private and semi-private accommodations
* No waiting period
* 24 hr./day R.N. supervised care
* Physician on call 24 hrs./day
* Three A.D.A. Dietician planned meals served every day'
* Careful attention given to special diets
* Pharmacy services
* Podiatry services
* Physical Therapy services
* Dental services
* Laboratory services
S* Ambulance serve with transfer agreements with local
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* Beauty and barber shop
* Medicare Medicaid licensed upon completion
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HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Seconid Ave.
Welcome Friend
SUNDAY SCHOOL -........... .. .. .9:45A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE .... ,..... 11':00 A.M & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ............. 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7:30 P.M.
Nursery Provided BRO. JERRY REGISTER


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411 Reid Avenue


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Remodeling and

Service Work

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Licensed and Bonded

Call Shorty at

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ATTENTION STUDENTS:
The computer age is here!
And it is more than just games!
It will be a part of each of your lives!
Get your hands on one now!
Learn what they are and how they will be
your tools of the future!
Don't be left behind!

Join Butch Fittery as he takes you into the
interesting and challenging the world of the
computer.
Classes will run 4 days a week, Monday Thursday, 3
hours a day for each month this summer. There will be a
beginner's class in the morning (9-12) and an intermediate
class in the afternoon: (1-4).
Only $50 a person for a month. Don't waste your summer..
learn something and still have plenty of time to do your
own thing!
Hands on experience with the IBM PC and the Apple II.
Don't wait, enroll today! Call Butch at 648-8484 for further
details!'
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INTERNATIONAL COMPUTERS
Americus and Desoto
St. Joe Beadt); Florida
648-8484


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PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1983


Observing 30th Anniversary




Week End Revival at LABC


Long Avenue Baptist Chirch
will begin an "in house".
revival series this evening and
continue the special services
through Sunday, which will
mark the 30th anniversary of
... .the church.
5:'-Preaching will be done by
S.-'"'Itev. J. C. Odum, first pastor
;: '= f the church and its present
pastor, Dr. Dan Duncan, who
has just recently come to Port
St. Joe to serve as pastor.
Mark Donnell, minister of
music and youth at the
church, will lead the singing.
Services will begin each
evening at 7:00 p.m., with a
special emphasis being placed
on the anniversary, Sunday.
In addition to the morning
worship services Sunday mor-
n -ing, the church membership
-.and their guests will join
together at dinner immediate-
.. ly following the worship per-
iod Sunday .morning. A special


homecoming service will be
held Sunday afternoon, begin-
ning at 1:30 p.m.
The Sunday evening ser-
vices of the church will be
cancelled.


, Long Avenue Baptist
Church was organized May 10,
1953, with 44 charter mem-
bers. Fifteen of the original
charter members are still
members of the church.


J.C.ODUM DANDUNCAN
Pastor Emeritus Pastor


The church invites everyone
to attend these special preach-
ing emphases which will mark
the church's anniversary.


all


WEWAHITCHKA PRIDE AWARD WINNERS and their parents: from left, Ross and
Dorothy Hilton and their daughter, Stephanie Hilton; Betty Jean Pitts, Ashley Pitts and her
mother, Lenora Pitts.

w ~ "


MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music and Youth


VFW Thanks


Cub Scouts to

Register May 21
Spring Registration for Cub
Scout Pack 47 for 1983-84 will
be held Saturday, May 21, at
10:30 a.m. at the Scout Hut.
Registration for Summer
Day Camp will also be held.
For further information call
Sue Murphy at 229-8950.
Programs are: seven year
olds, Tiger Cobs; eight year
olds, Wolf Cubs; nine year
olds,,Bear Cubs; and ten year
olds, Webelos.


.Call your local
police, and learn how
to help protect your
neighborhood. -
Help me. McGruff"

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GOOD
SEASONS
to see your good
neighbor agent


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.PUBLIC NOTICE
The Farmers Home Ad-
ministration has for sale, from
time to time, farm, residen-
tial, business, recreation
S,-.....and/or other properties. Any
licensed real estae broker in-
A terested in listing these pro-
parties should contact the
T f Farmers Home Administra-
tion at 425 E: Central Ave.,
Room 311, Blountstown, Flor-
ida 32424, telephone 904/674.
S;'. 4268. 3tc 5/5
T C BID NO. W.W.T.P. 176
The City of Port St. Joe requests bids
on 145 Gallons, Coal Tai Epoxy Finish
n-.wlm Converters This shall be equal to
Glidden's Gia-Guard N5270 (69740)
Specifications may be obtained from the
:City Clerk's Olffice. City Hall, P 0. Box A
., Port St. Joe. Florida 32456 Bid opening
will be held at the Regular City Commis-
W----Ston.Meeting on May 17, 1983.
_CITY OF PORT ST. JOE..
Is L A Farris. City AudiloirClerk
21 565
.' ~ B. ID NO. 284
The Cily ol Port St. Joe requests quola
lionss on (30) thirty sheels of Plexiglass
8x. Inches thick Speciications may
be obtained om the City Clerk's Offlice,
.City Hall, P. 0. Box A. Port SI Joe, Florida
.' 2456 Bid opening will be held at .the
regular City Commission Meering on
S. May 17 1983 .
CITY OF PORT ST JOE.
isi L A Farris, City AudiloilClerk
21515


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FAITH


BID NO. 283
The City of PorN St Joe requests bids
or, stucco to the exterior walls of the
Centennial Building located at Long
Avenue and Allen Memorial Way
Specilicatons may be obtained from tne
City Clerk's Office, City Hall P 0 Box A.
Portn St Joe Florida 32456. BID openi.-g
will be held al the Regular City Commis-
sion Meeting on May 17. 1983
CITY OF PORT ST JOE
ist L A Farris. City Auditor/Clerk
2t 565
BID NO. W.W.T.P. 175
Tne City of Port St. Joe requests ioas
on 1 RubDer Linea Hyorocyclone as gooa
as eltter than KREBS MODEL D20B-868.
Specifications may be obtained hrom the
Clly Clerk's Office, City Hall. P 0 Box A,
Port St Joe. FL 32456 Bid opening will De
halo at Ine Regular City Commission
Meeting on May 17, 1983
CITY OF PORT ST JOE.
Is/ L A Farris, Clly AualtorlClerk
21515

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
CASE NO 83-16
In Re: The Estale of
NELLE B. CHOATE.
deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED final the
administration of the Estate of NELLE B
CHOATE, deceased Ille number 83 16 Is
-pernding-li thtie Circuil C6urr at Gull Cour.'
ly, Florida. Probate Division. the address
01 which is P 0 Box 968, Port SI Joe,


stocking

iveway Culvert

$138.50


OD STORE
i's Bayou





Rate Stated on St.
s Federal Credit
ge 12 will be good
983.


HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD

"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
Everflowing Fountain"


SUNDA' SCHOOL
MORNING WORSHIP
EVENING WORSHIP
WEDNESDAY EVENING


10 00 4 01
1f 00 AM
6 00 P M
7 00 P M


Pastor Ira J. Nichols


Florida 32456. The Personal Represen-
tative of the estate Is: LAWRENCE W,
TYREE, whose address is 2228 Pretty
Bayou Island Drive, Panama City, Filrida
32401 Tne name and address of the Per-
sonal Representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All persons.having claims or demands
against the estate are required, WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE "FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE,,, to file with the Clerk of the
above Court a written statement of any
claim or demand they may have. Each
claim must be In writing and must In-
dicate the basis for the claim, the name .
and aaoress of the creditor or nis agent or
attorney ana Ine amount claimed If Ihe
claim is not yet due. Ine date when it will
become due snail be slated if the claim
IS contingent or uniiquidoate. the nalure
of the uncertainly snail be staled. Ithea
claim is secured. Ine security snaell De
descrineo 'The claimant shall deliver sul-
ficient copies ol the claim to tne Cler lto
eneale the Cleik to mail one ll copy to
each Personal Representative
All persons interested inn me estate to
whom a copy of tnis Notice of Ad-
ministratilon has been mailed ae re-
quired. WITI-N THREE 13) MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE ro file
any objections Ihey may nave that,
challenge tne validity ol the decedent's
Will the aualilications of the Personal
Represenlalive. or the venue or juridic. .
lion of the Court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Dale of the lirst publilcllon of this
Notice ol Ad irrnislration' May 5. 1983.
ist LAWRENCE W. TYREE ': '
"Persor'a'i'R pIes nI tne o'llne ,
Estate of NELLE B CHOATE, deceased
iSe WILLIAM J RISH
303 Fourtr, Street
Pori SI Joe, Fiorida 32456
Attorney lot Personal Representative
215/5
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT
S PORT ST. JOE
SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to
call ol Its directors, a special meeting ol
the shareholders of Florida National
Bank at Port St. Joe will be held at the
banking house ol Florida National Bank,
located at 214 Hogan Street. In the city of
Jacksonville, State of Florida, on Mon-
day, May 16, 1983, at 10:00 a.m.. for the
purpose of considering and determining
by vote whether an agreement to merge
the said bank and Florida National Bank
of Brevard County, Florida Bank at Fort
Pierce, Florida National Bank at
Lakeland. Florida- National Bank of Mar-
tin County. Florida National Bank at
Ocala. Florida National Bank of Palm
Beach County. Florida National Bank at
Pensacola. Florida National Bank of
Pineallas County. Florida Bank at Starke.,
Florida Bank of Sumter County. Florida
National Bank at Vero Beach. and Florida
Bank of Volusia County, with and Into
Florida National Bank. located In
Jacksonville, State of Florida. under the
provisions of the laws at the United
States, shall be ratified and confirmed.
subject to the approval of the Comptroller
of the Currency, Washington, D.C., and
for the purpose of voting upon any other
matters incidental to the proposed
merger of these banks. A copy of the
aforesaid agreement, executed by a ma.
jority ol the directors ol each ot the par-
ticipating banks. providing for the
merger, is on file at the bank and may be
Inspected during business hours.
J. Ted Canrnon President
4t1421
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 85:09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons intend to register.
with the Clerk of the Circuit court. Gulf
COunty Fiorid a IcUr week nIllaer ine Iirlt
,uciic3ii,'i ,.:. inis notice ir e niciIous
name or tiaae namerr urOer w-, icn Ine, Aviii
be engaged in business and in which said
business is to be carried on, to-wit:
E & N NATURAL PRODUCTS
Rt. 3, Box 64B ,
Port'St. Joe, Florida 32456
Owners: Evan R. Williams
Nellie A. Williams
4tc 4/21






HEADQUARTERS

Play the Game


Those Who

Took Part
John C. Gainous Post No.
10069 wishes to thank all
persons who helped to make
the Loyalty Day Parade on. PORT ST. JOE PRIDE W
il 3h ar success. The tin W. Neel; and Stewart Edwm
were George Toole, Jim, p."
Rheams, Fred' Kleeb, and
David Young. PRID
Thanks to the following
persons who had a part in the
ceremonies following the pa-
rade at the City park. To Coui
Rev. Pate from the White
City Baptist Church for the
opening Prayer. Commander Superintendent of Schools,
Bill Schlickman introduced B. Walter Wilder has an-
the guest speaker, Jim Apple- nounced the District Winners
man, State Attorney. George of the PRIDE Award for
Coody, District No. 17 Presi- outstanding performance in,
dent. Dell Little, District No. four academic disciplines.
17 President Elect of the The PRIDE award program is
Ladies Auxiliary from Pana- a statewide recognition pro-
cea Auxiliary. Commander gram designed, to select the
Bill Schlickman Post No. outstanding student in each,
10069. district school system for
Mrs. Carol Wise sang the exemplary performance in the
"Battle Hymn of the Repu- fields of Mathematics, Scien-
lic" and "America the Beau- ce, Social Studies, and Writ-
tiful." Frank Blow who played ing.
the harmonica, and Fred
Kleeb who led the audience in
singing Patriotic songs. .


Eye
Openers

By Dr.
Wesley Grace


ADJUSTING TO
BIFOCALS
Q. I recently got my first pair
of bifocals, and I'm having
.some trouble getting used
to them. Any tips for me?
A. These suggestions have
helped many patients ad-
just to multifocal lenses:
' 1. Don't look down at your
feet when walking.
2. Hold reading material
closer to your body and
lower your eyes so that you
are reading out of the lower
part of the lenses. LOWER
YOUR EYES, not your
head.
3. Fold a newspaper m hilf
or quarters and move IT
rather than your head to
read comfortably.
4. Wear the lenses continu-
ously for the first week or
two.
5. Make sure your frames
are properly adjusted. If
they get loose or bent, that
will throw the segments of
your lenses out of their pro-
per position.
Adjusting to bifocals requires
a bit of patience, but you'll ap-
preciate the convenience of
seeing with one pair of glasses
instead of needing two.
Presented As, A
Public Service by:

DR. WESLEY GRACE
OPTOMETRIST '
322 Long Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
227-1410


YARD SALE: 8 a.m. till,
May 14th & 15th, 602 Marvin
Ave. '77 Plymouth Arrow,
IBM typewriter, misc. items.
YARD SALE: Saturday, 3
families, 9 till 5. 1302 Marvin
Ave.
The Old Cointry 2 Weeks
Pass By Yard Sale, white,
house back of old St. Joe Ice
House. May 12th, from 11 to 7
o'clock. Only our side yard
sales. *
We all have good friends,
but to live and have what we
need in live it takes cash to
live on this earth. But if you
are rich and want anything in
life, new is the best to buy. We
have old and new on hand to
sell. But if you only have a few
dollars and want new, we
trade for your few dollars and
old furniture and other things
that is 100 years old. So please
stop by and look this old and
new junk over. We sure 'do
thank you for all your business
in our Yard Sales, and may
God bless you all your days
and nights. Look before you
buy. We sell as is. No refunds,
I am 86 years old in a
wheelchair and walker. My
son helps take care of me. We
have old and new bicycles on
hand,. Also 'new yard lawn
mowers, and all kinds of kid's
toys. Mrs. R. H. Powell, 802
4th St., Port St.. Joe.


INNERS: from left, Marcus and OWie V. Neel and their son, Mar-
ards and his mother, Dee Edwards. -Star photos



Awards Presented


ity-wide Wjnners


The regular school board
meeting of May 3 was the
occasion for presenting
awards to the district winners.
Winner in Mathematics is
Stephanie Hilton of Wewa-
hitchka High School, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hilton;
the Science winner is Stewart
Chris Edwards of Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Edwards; the
Social Studies winners is
Martin Wayne Neel of Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School, son of
Mr. and Mrs' Mar~is Neel;
the winner of the Writing
award is Betty Jean Pitts of
Wewahitchka High School,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Pitts. -


In announcing the district
winners, Superintendent Wild-
er stated "there is no singular
academic awards program,
more significant in recog-
nizing the students' demon--
strated mastery in the parti-
cular, academic discipline
sighted. The students selected


distinguishes him or her '
among their peers as one who
has made diligent application
in their academic studies and
indicates that they have achi- -
eved the highest level of
recognition from among all
Gulf County students.


CAR *HOME
LIFE HEALTH

BILL WOOD
411 Reid Ave.
229-6514 or 229-6103t
Like a good neighbor.
Stale Farm is there.

S ATE AM .



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small smoke filled balloon.


The Star Publishing Co.
OFFICE SUPPLY STORE

304-306 Williams Ave. Phone 227-1278


- Public Notices -


Port St. Joe's Most Exciting Place to Worship



? /First Baptist Church
Port StL Joe, Florida
QJ/ SUNDAY'S SCHEDULED
9:45 .... Bible Study (all ages)
11:00 ............... Worship
(Broadcast UveWJBUIAM-WJSTIFM
// ,-*,k 1, ^ 6:00 .......L. Church Training
7:00 ......... Worship
l^P ,^V :I*- "The End :of Your Search
for A Friendly Church"
HOWARD BROWNING, Pastor


For Sale by Owner 1110 Palm Blvd.
Port St. Joe
Call 904/968.5464, Pensacola tfc9.30


UAKAUL bALl


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PAGE SEVEN


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1983


ML
I- I ORSAE-O SLE IIIII


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 fenced lot, 1604
Garrison ave. Utility rm. and'
single car garage attached.
Air conditioner and some ap-
pliances to remain. Appraised
at $34,000; owner will sell for,
$31,000. Call 229-8346 after 6

Best Buy on Mexico Beach:
Furnished home, a/c & ceiling
fans," 2 bdrm., 2 ba. on,
I00'x145' lot. 12'x24' Flat. rmi
w/wet bar, sodded yard, all.
fenced, paved drive, ex. Ig.
16'x32' block garage with 110 &
220 v. elec. 4 blocks from
beach, $30,000.00. Call 648-
8300.
Business lot, west corner of
Hwy. 71 and Reid Ave., Port
St. Joe. Call 229-8771. tfc 3/31


Nice 3 bdrm. home, lot is
50'xl50', fireplace, modern
kitchen & din. rm., plenty of
cabinets, new air cond., used
about 20 hrs., screen front and'
back porch, fenced back yard,
green house 15x1l5'-9%' in mid-
dle all cacti plants, 'big nice
garden and work shop. $20,000.
219 7th St. Come anytime and
see. Selling by owner. 4tc 5/12
Large 3 bdrm. house with
many nice features on 4 lots on
Searcy St. at White City.
Shrubbery, fruit trees and
barn. Call229-6065. 4tp 4/28
For Sale or Rent: Commer-
cial building on Reid Ave. For
more information call
29-6374. 4tc4/28
75'xl75' lot on Marvin Ave.
Ph6ne 648-8972. t-tfc7-15







1974 Jeep, good running
cond., new paint, $1,800. Call
229-6005 or can be seen at 909
10th St., PortSt. Joe.' 3tp 5/12


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. tfc 7-1




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' Auxilary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.
There'will be a regular com-
munication 'of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
GUERRY MELTON, W.M.
Joe Pivnin. Sec.
The V.F.W. Post 10069, John
C. Gainous holds its meeting
every second Tuesday and the
fourth Thursday at Motel St.
Joeat 7:30 p.m. tfc1/4


I -


ERA PARKER REALTY, Realtor
HIGHWAY 98 & 31st ST. 648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA (Outside Florida)
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Sales & Rentals
"Call Us About These
Wetappo Creek p

MEXICO BEACH
'4 bdrm.. 2 ba., stucco 2 story house,
on 50'x122' lot, d.w:, stove, ceiling.
fans, many extras. Sea St. $69,000.00.
3 Darm .2o a brick on nice corner lo
Sg screen porch, garage vacuum
system. cen n&a. carpel S more Fla
**. Ave. & 8th St. $68,500.00. .
Spanish arcnes adorn 1.100 sq II
i ownnouses to be bull on 38th SI 2
*" bdrm 1' Daa. all appliances, range.
microwave. retrig.. dishwasher .
wasner & driver. $69.500 00
UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW from 2nd,
from beach site of cedar and stucco
townhouses wilhi.120 sq it of living
area Slualo & bdrm witn calhearal
ceilings., 'I, ba. all appliances 29th
St. $70.000 00
MOBILE IOME on commercial lot.
-across from Chamber qi Commerce
on 31sl St. 2 bdrm.. 1 be. new
carpeting & roof. $30.00000.
Coiner Virginia & Fla Ave -New.
modular wlbrick; 3 -bdrm., 2 ba.,
fireplace, screen 'porch, fence.
7%'x112.5 lot. $55,000.00. Terms.
Tenn.' Ave.-3 bdrm., 3; be., pool,
fireplace, jenn-alre range & grill,
many extras. Financing available
$96,000. ___
Corner 6th & Fla. Double-wide on 1 /2
lots, 2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., In-
cludes appliances. $48,000.
27th St. Beachfront-3 .bdrm., 2 ba.
c.b. construction, Ig. glassed porch.
$105,500.00. ', ....
CornerPalm & Azalea St. Nice 3
bdrm., 2 ba., brick & stucco. Includes
appliances & stor.-house, fenced yd.
$59,500. Adjoining lot available
Virginia Ave.-2 story, 1 Ig. bdrm.,
screen porch, downstairs unfinished,
has wiring & plumbing, $45,000.
Hwy 386-A-DoubIewide mobile
home, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. on 1.05 acres.
\ .: Good terms. $49,900.
7th St.-1981 doublewide mobile
home, brick foundation, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
$50,000. _____
29th St. at Hwy. 98 2 newly con-
structed, stilted 4 bdrm., 2 ba. beach-
houses; Unfurnished $79,000. Fur-
nished $84,500.M
Hwy. 386A-2 bdrm., stilt house on
75'x185' lot. Furnished, $38,000.
Arizona Dr.-Stone & cedar; 3 bdrm.,
," 2 bae., cathedral ceilling, skylights,
fireplace, many extras. $76,000.

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


* Real Estate Specialists for Over 30 Years
Listings, As Well As A Large Inventory of Beach Lots,
property Rentals, & Mini-Storage Sales or Rentals.


Former Ave -2 barm. Ig. screen
porch. fireplace. carpet. sorage bldg.
$37.25000
41h Sr -2 bdrm. 1 be. on 75'x112'
shaded ot. 136 000 Assumable mor-
igage. ____
Beachside ol H.v on 341n Sl
Quadraplax each unit has 3 bdrm. 2
ba $53.000 00 ea
121h St -2 bdim. I be. cath ceiling.
leni-aire lurnished. $45.000
Beacnside 42no St -2 bdrm.. 1 ba .
lurisheo, $63.500 00. financing avail .
Beachside Circle Dr -3 bdrm. 2 ba.
wigiassed porch. furnished $79000
Financing available
Hwy 98 & 241h SI -2nd lot Irom
Each. cb with lireplace.3 DOrm. 2
ba $68.000
Beachside Circle Dr.-3 bdim. 2 Da
brick home. includes all appliances.
replacec. lurnished. only 3 yrs old
$84.500 Financing available
Beachside 43rd SI -3 barm 2 ba.
across fr6m canal, 'ex. store. bldgs.
Sundeck overlooks Gulf: $69,500
. Grand Isle-3 Dorm. I ba nice brick
house wiefliciency apt adjoining on
S2 nice lots 179,000
/126th St.-3 oarm 2 ba., 2 story
house. lol size 75sx 100' $4s 000
, Beachside 42nd St Townhouses 2
oarm.. 2 a3. Newly constructed 3
units $79.500 ee Owner linan avail
161h St.-3 bdrm. 2 Da Drick wi
fireplace, stor house. S60.000
Grand Isle Subd -3 bdrm.. 1 ba. with
grapevines & shade trees, heat pump.
$50.000 ____
Beachside 391 St with terrific view
of Gull, 4 bdrm., 2 ba. stilt nouse
$104,000. .r_
Beachsede 34th St.- 4 bdrm. Stilt
house with great gulf view; $104;000.
Gulffront 28th St.-2 bdrm., 1 ba,'has
fireplace & patio, $69,000.
15th St. short distance to beach. 3
bdrm., 11/ ba. furn. Including washer,
dryer & T.V. Nice yd., Ig. stor. house,
chain link fence. $50,000.
Water Dr. off 36th St. on canal w boat
dock, really-nice 4 b drm., 2 be., Fla.
rm., furn., 2 lots landscaped. Assum.
mortgage. $70,000.


associate


OVERSTREET


3 bdrm brick nome on 85 acres.
$50.000
Almost new mobile home. 2 barm 1
be on over '., acre. furn 24' well.
deck Land is cleared & has 18
regulation cuivel & driveway
$24.000 N. Long St.
BEACON HILL
3ro SI & 3ro Ave -Duplex 1 barm, .
be ea or 2 barm 2 Dbe nome
$26.500 Gooda financing
3rd SI & Jtlh'Ave -3 bdrm. I ba
fireplace, fence $38.000
WEWAHITCHKA
Transfer Landing Ra AimosI an acre
close to Chipoia River 4 barm 2 Da
Unfurn. double wide Enough room to
add several lraiiers lor income
$29.500 _____,
5 acre iraci, with mobile home, in-
cludes nice bar & stor., bldg., land's
prepared for garden. $24,500. Near
'Wewanllchka
Hwy 71 iDaikeith), 3 bdrm., 1 ba.,.ap-
,prox. 1 acre, $18,000.
cc,cnran Lanaing-Partially finished
4 oddm on 2 lots Good well & septic
tank, $27.500 "
WHITE CITY
: 2 houses and c.b. store. bldg. .V mile
from Intracoastal. $64,000.

INDIAN PASS
Gulf & lagoon frontage, approx. 3.53
acres on' SR 30-B, near Indian Pass.
Property runs from lagoon to gulf & is
divided by hwy., Ipcludes older house
& furnishings. Call for details.

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


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


S..r


FREE: Two adorable pup-
pies have found their way to
our home. Mixed breed, both
females, about 2 months old.
Need a good home. Call
2294736.
712 h.p. Mercury outboard,
$250; 14' Sears Jon boat $200;
or $400 for pair in good condi-
tion. 18 h.p Evinrude, older
model used few hours, fresh
water only, $300. Dodge truck,
31Q engine, air cond., club cab,
long bed, nice, $850. Call
697-2213. 2tc 5/12
15 cu. ft. chest type freezer,
$150. 7 yrs. old. Perfect runn-
ing condition. 229-8352. Itp
8' slide-in camper with a/c,
00 or trade for boat & motor
of equal value. Call 229-8520.
One electric stove, one
washer, '20' ,net .boat. Call
648-5361. 2tp 5/12
1978 Sunline 17% camper,
self-contained, awning,
tandem shweels, excel. cond.
$3350. Phone 648-5385. 2tp 5/12
One brown tweed day couch,
$50. Call 648-5483 after 5:30
p.m.


$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

Matching couch & 'chair,
brown & tan plaid, good cond.
$175. Call 227-1893.
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 boat
with 55 h.p. outboard. Boat
needs painting. Sell, as is, for'


$350


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.Call 229-8617. 2tp5/5
HOT?
ry our hand-dipped ice
ream cones for a cooler.
ight flavors, just 401 ea.
Community Grocery
Oak Grove


SEVIE


Psychological
'anyone with pr
to-day living.
Guidance Clini
227-1145 (24 hoi
Need someos
spring cleaning
domestic empl
Gloria Bryant'
Smith 2294130
2294-6130, Renel
6229, Angela Bi
Janice Morris
Bailey 229-6
Thomas 229-89
field 229-894!
Lenox 2294-6980,


AVON
Buy or Sell
Call Group Sales Leader at
227-1281
8tp 4/28
We cut pines for the wood.
For more information contact
639-5468, 639-5617 or 639-5350.
4tp 4/21


PAINTING
by
Blalock Construction Co.
229-8924 t
4tp5/12,


THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 Rpid Ave, 2296954 -,
Opern 'LDays 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
tfc 11-12


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


REALEAT


FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers
& Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. J6e, Florida
If no answer call 2298964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F, S
9:00-12:00 Wed*
tfc,1-21
LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
Carpet Upholstery
Autos ''
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Locally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or 229-6447
tfc ll-4 -
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding,
S 506 First Street -
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/2294-6235
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-
4&pplianhe Repair
S AllU 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.
S 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
410 Reid Avenue


al. Services for
problems in day- I A i I .\
oblens oday ANN'S PLACE
c, Port St. Joe. for Crafts made by Gull County Senior Cit" lns
lrs). AFGHANS CERAMICS
ne to help with CROCHETED PIECES & MUCH MORIE Going Fishing?
ig or regular FROM OURID BAKE SHOP D Stop here first
oyment? Call: .. for a complete
229-4085;Sarah FRESH BREAD, CAKES, CINNAMON ROLLS & line of
; Ida Peterson 'PIES BY ORDER
11 Thomas 229- 't"6F8-5
racin227-1555, Magean St 48-528 St. Joe Beach Fishing Tackl
229-6206, Debra HRLBUT SUPPL
313, Ola L.TSUP
49, Pearl Win- 306 Reid Avenue
, Antoniette TAFLINGER PAINTINt
9(Inerior and Exterior)
Pressure Cleaning for Grme and Mildew ST. JOE CUSTO
ALSO COOL SEALING MOBILE HOME ROOFS BUL
k WILL COOL MOBILE HOMES 1520%
FOR FREE ESTIMA TE
Call 229-8977 *
639-5484172997


c 3/31


REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE
: Phone 229-6374

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


.Comeria Bu..-n


-Commercial BuldMngS
S-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work.


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P. O. BOX456
PORTS. JOE, FLOR'IDA



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kills bugs for '
up to six months,

S i Ind saves you about $100 ,frly
In costly pest control servic.
Use of Sprayer free witil
I purchase of Rid-A-Bug:
hK\URLBUT SUPPLY, C|.
306 Reid Avenue. :
4 Port St. Joe. Florlida


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650 Yamaha, excel. cond.
$600. 3 ton central air condi-,
tioner, $125. Call 648-8947.
3tp4/28





JOB OPENING
Material Trahsfer, Inc. is
now accepting applications for.
the position of electrician. All
interested persons may send
resumes or inquire by mail to
Material Transfer, Inc., P. 0.
Box 246, Port St. Joe, FL
32456.,No phone calls, please.
2t5/12
Earn $3.75 to $4.25 per hour
as telephone operator; full or
part-time. Will consider
students. Apply at 203 Monu-
ment Ave., beginning Mon-
day, May 16, 2 p.m. 6 p.m.,
E.D.T. Monday thru Friday.
.Local light delivery, full or
part-time, must know area
and be neat in appearance.
Apply at 203 Monument Ave.,
beginning Monday, May 16, 12
p.m. 6 p.m. EDT Monday
thru Friday.
Gulf County Community
Services is looking for a cer-
tified swimming instructor to
teach young children swimm-
ing lessons. Call 2294119 or
229407.

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
'favorite dictionary company
needs home workers to update
local mailing lists. Easy work.
Can be done while watching
TV. All ages, experience un-
necessary. Call 1-716-8424-6000,
ext. 6628. 2tp5/5


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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
hwy. cannot be built on. Only $56,000.
Facing the bay, 107 Highway 98, Highland View. Two
bdrm., 1 ba. with Ig. liv. rm., spacious kitchen w lots of
cabinets & appliances, 2 Fla. porches, cen. h&a. 2 lots
enclosed with chain link fence, underground sprinkler
system, also large 2 car garage. $39,000.00 with
$20.000.00 assumable mortgage at 91/2%.
Large 4 bdrm 3 ba. brick home In excellent neighbor-
..,h'oba'-Cehtral "Tedt afri'air Fireplace and many extrh
features By appointment only.
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


J. Walter (Jimmy)
ohnson Construction Co.
New Homes Additions
Decks
all Us for Free Estimates
229-8757
tfc 5/5


ELECTRICIAN
Specializing In Service Wor
and Addition Work


HENRY BROXTON


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Dixie D Used Cars


24 Hour Car Wash

*.Wrecker Service



Mexico Beach Service Center

Call 648-5016


"Hairt 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 tf


PAT'S MATS & FRAMES
407 7th Street Mexico Beach, FI
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 & PASTEL


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


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The Sewing Room
p. 410 A Reid Avenue O

9P^T Port St. Joe, Florida a O
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


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


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PAGE EIGHT


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1983


Calhoun Senior Citizens

Sponsoring Tournament


The Calhoun County Senior
Citizens Association is spon-
soring their Fourth Annual
Softball Tournament, Class C
and Church League,' at Sam
Atkins Park, Highway 20
West, Blountstown, on June 3
and 4.
Entry fee is $70.00 and one
ball (blue dot or RF 80) per
game with the entry deadline
5:00 p.m. June 1.
The tournament will be
limited to 24 teams with the
first, second, third and fourth
place trophies. Winner will
receive individual trophies.
Checks may be made pay-
able to the Calhoun County
Senior Citizens Assn., 137


Cayson Street, Blountstown,
Fl 32424. More information
may be obtained by calling
Vanita Anderson or Sarah
Parrish at 674-4163. After 5:00
p.m. call Jack Bowman at
674-8293.

Rifle Club Sets

Match Saturday
The Gulf Rifle Club will hold
a 22 Rifle Metallic Silhouette
Match at the range on Hwy. 71
Saturday, May 14, starting at
9:30 A.M.
This is the first match of the
regularly scheduled monthly
Metallic Silhouette Matches.


Fifth and sixth grade students at Port St. Joe Elemen- Kneeling, from left: G. Farmer, T. Kerigan, E. Ganit, E.
taiy School recently took the Presidential Physical Fitness Langston, A. Wilson, F. Linton, B. Tipton, P. Ward, K. Morn-
teqt, consisting of 50-yard dash, pull-ups, 600 yard run, shuttle ing, F. Whitley, A. Richardson and W. Williams. Back row,
run, standing long junip and sit-ups. The students shown from left, D. Bruner, M. Byrd, C. Horton, R. Martin, W.
above attained at -least the Merit distinction of the exam. Smith, J. Anderson, M. Godwin, D. Ballard, P. Gant, R. Gant
Six of the students were awarded the Presidential Award. and T. Quinn. -Star photos


Sheriff's Blotter


!County
l Continued From Page 1) of Port St. Joe as the county
:Branch said the accumulation representative to the Apala-
of .water was also damaging chee Planning Council.
the road.
; The Commission agreed to
sending in equipment and G
'opening the ditches back up rb a
Sand inform the property own- .
ers of county policy in requir- (Continued From Page l J
n'.. g pipe culverts in such has paid for this service in tLhe
i' instancess. The property owner past and no other unincor or-
:is-responsible for purchasing ated area paid any spe ,ial
S..the pipe and the county buries assessments.
it, free of charge, to make The City currently uses the
certain the drains are on services of a land-fill site on
grad.and to county require- ndistrial Road, just ea t of
ments. Basic, Inc. The burial site is
MEMBERS NAMED not approved by DER btlt was
7 Members were named to the in use before DER -car e up
S" Job.Training Partnership Act, with its new guidelin s for
successor to CETA. burial pits. The current pit is
".".-.- Gulf county will be involved about used up and a nev site is
iii a district with seven other mandatory. The need for a
Scointies consisting of Bay, new site is one of the things
Calhoun, Franklin, Jackson, which brought the need for
S liberty, Washington and action to the forefront.
Holmes counties. SEVERAL METHODS
*~' "" '" ....r The County has considered
'. e program is administer- several methods of
Sey by lay representatives isosal including above
from different segments of grouandburinalbydnburibal of
society, with a representative garbage under a mound. The
being extracted from the labor orl ^other^ alternatives are
community, education and incinera alnd w,-poiting
business~ ~incineration and will-poesntiing
".' ..ness ..- . a burial site to keep surface
Chairman Branch named water from comirig in contact
Gene Raffield, Troy Jones and with the buried garbage.
George Tapper to the com- All alternatives have been
mittee with Harry Lee Smith ascertained to bly more expen-
as an alternate, sive than the c3mpacticon and
OTHER BUSINESS transporting method.



: fo HsERBUle in the county hasby the
In other items of businesses v D "the Cou
.h ee uites a enarrived at theb most economi-
the CCoom ssion:
wished payment for the ca method disposal under











pointed Alton Fennet fo r
i".. Beaies Fire Station after a current metltods, arriving at












SRodne Nobles, former Port
y s" ,"puntedSL Joeb ii esident, tobe as messy a
-agreed to purchase 700 job as disposing of the gar-
ds of Adro fire ant bait bage itself as the 1982 county'ach is
'.:s leiin th e ount by the wanting to tart meeting with
e" to:r lo y t the City in bust a few days, so
tension Dirctor, Roy Lee it is likelylthe problem wll

Real Estatunty Refuse Company eee.
S expand its garbage colNA e- guidi s team to a 10-2
ti MOerviceUNTAINfthe Commission Nob d a berth in teamed
wisen to have the s. Several ed the hoor i oly his second
extended. Coa fYear
sprigs, goointed Atfish pond site. sRodneas Nobles, former Port
SL Joe resident, was recently
S place alreselecte as the 1982 Coach of
Mountain the Yea r by the coaches of the
10 league schools in the
North (Parolina All-Southwest-
:Real Estate ern Conference.
Rodrley was selected for
NORTH CAROLINA guiding his team to a 10-2
ad frMOUNTAINS 17,500.00. P mark and a berth in the State
$ res500.00 dandy stream flows Joe. Divisi
centerr of tract. Several "ed theehon.or in only his second
spiihgs, good fish pond site. season as Cavalier Head
Hi-h place already graded Coach.
adiii1ady to build on. Paved 'Rolney'is the son of Mr. and
road frontage. $17,500.00. Pay Mrs. Robert Nobles of Port St.
$3,500.00 down, assume loan. Joe.:


Mountain home, 2 bdrm.
located 3 miles from Murphy.
Real good access, excel.
neighborhood. One of our best
buys. Lg. master bdrm., plen-
ty of -closets. Nestled in the
mountains at end of private
road. T.V.A. lake nearby.
Good year round living.
$49,500.00, pay $7,500.00 down
and move in and assume 12%
mortgage.
1.5 acres all wooded. Located
on private road in quiet com-
munity. This tract is ideal for
cabin or home. Nestled in the
mountains, all utilities are
there. $5,950.00, pay $1,450.00
down:payment.


These are a few of over 2000
listings. We have all types off
property from $500.00 per acre
and up. We have small tracts
we also have several cabins,
or call today for a free listing
brochure. You can call free t
dialing 1-800438-7421. Write; r.
call today. !'
Cherokee Land Companyi i
Murphy, North Carolina 2g06
8tc:J/31
.


,Arrested Dur


Wellington Farmer, age 29',
James E. Hamilton, age 21,
and Helen M. Hamilton, age
41, all of Port St. Joe were
arrested on Monday and char-
ged with aiding and abetting.
The charges were filed by
Suwanee County Sheriff's De-
partment' when they were
attempting to arrest Jason

Plenty of Water

At South Beach
Glenn Stubbs, who operates
the water system at St. Joseph
Peninsula called The Star this
past week to report that the
system has been enlarged
since it was first built about 18
months ago. Originally built to
serve the peninsula, the sys-
tem has since been extended
southward on the mainland to
near Money Bayou and the
capacity of the system doubl-

"We're committed to oper-
ating a water system in this
area and will enlarge it again
in the future if the need
arises", Stubbs said.
The system' was originally
installed to furnish water to a
development of Stubbs' on the
Peninsula and any customer
in between who wished to tap
on, which is the implication
The Star's story gave last
week. ,
Stubbs says the water sys-
tem is available for anyone
who wishes to use it in the
beaches area.


Williams on charges of Grand
Theft and on Flim Flam
charges.
The subjects allegedly alert-
ed Williams of his impending
arrest causing him to elude
officers. The subjects are
currently in the Gulf jail under
$5000 bond each and awaiting
transfer to Suwannee County.
Michael Dunn, age 26, and
William G. King, age 31, both
of Port St. Joe were arrested
Saturday and charged with
Burglary of a structure. The
charges stemmed from an
incident that occurred when a
neighbor reported seeing two
men trying to break into
Carr's Pawn Shop. Officer
Rogers of the Port St. Joe-
Police Department responded
to the scene. Both men fled.
King was apprehended at the
scene. Dunn was later appre-
hended when he jumped from
a window trying to elude
officers. :
Dunn was also charged with,
escape and is currently lodged
in the Gulf County jail on a
$10,000 bond. King was re-
leased on a $2,500 bond. Thq
incident was handled by offi-,
cers Howard Rogers and,
James Graves of the Port St.
Joe-Police Deparitment, and
Investigators Charlie Hill and
.Phil McLeod and Deputy Joe
Johson- and Deputy James
Mock of the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department.

SLorenzo Dunn, age 24, of


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i'ng
Port St. Joe, was arrested
Tuesday .arid charged with
dealing in stolen property
when 'a search warrant was
served on Dunn's place of
residence by- Investigator
Charlie Hill, Investigator Phil
McLeod, Lt. Jack Davila, and.
Deputy Arnold Tolliver. Dunn
was arrested when property
that was identified 'as being
stolen from Campbell's Annex
on March 24, was discovered
in his room. He is currently
lodged in the Gulf County jail
awaiting first appearance.
Investigation is continuing
in the burglary. More proper-
ty is expected to be recovered
and more arrests are expected
to be made.
William Allen Williams, age
19, of Wewahitchka, was ar-
rested May 3 and charged with
two counts of Grand Theft in
two separate incidents.
William s charged in the
theft of two battery chargers
and a spotlight from Rowell's
Boat Landing in Wewahitch-
ka; Investigation revealed
that the items were sold to a
plumbing company in Pana-
ma City. Lt. Davila obtained
the items from' the owner of
the company who identified
Williams' as the subject who
sold the stolen property to
him: ',
Williams was also charged
with the theft of an outboard
motor'. in an incident that
occurred at Rowell's Landing.
The motor was taken from a
boat that was moored atthe


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and interview with Williams,
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Raffields Third

In tournament
Chenoweth Budmen of Tal-.
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Spring Jubilee Softball Tour-
nament in Marianna, May
6-7th. They defeated C&M
Sporting Goods of Dothan for
the championship 36-10.
Raffield's of Port St. Joe
finished third, defeating West-
ern Sizzlin of Enterpirse 12-7.

Ling Ding Run

Saturday, May 21
The Ling Ding 5000 Meter
Run will be held Saturday,
May 21.
Registration will begin at
7:00 a.m. CST, with the race
beginning at 8:00 a.m.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1983 PAGE NINE



TV Personality to MC Mexico Beach Beauty Pageant


Beautiful weather is virtual- precedes Ling Ding Day. evening- in every
, ly assured for the annual Miss "It will be a gorgeous laughed Petermann.
Mexico Beach pageant on
Friday evening, May 20 at .'
Mexico Beach. Bob Peter- P;. ,
mann, genial weather fore- ; -- ,'
caster for WMBB, Channel 13 -- -, ,. -
in Panama City has signed on
as MC for the show that '.' ,.


Seniors

Beautify

Grounds
BY JERRY REAM
The Senior Citizens Beautifi-
cation Project is now in full
swing. We have had railroad
ties, plants, flowers, and even
a hose donated. The ground
has been tilled and many of
our plants and flowers .are
already decorating the land-
S scape. We do, however, still
need some top soil and assort-
ed plants. If anyone would like
to participate in this efforts
please contact the Senior.
Citizens Association at 229--.
. :8466. Our goal is to make the
Senior Citizens site a thing of
beauty and a location to be
i proud of.
Our next big project is the
coordination of a; volunteer
program for the Senior Citi-
zens Association. There are
many citizens in Gulf County
that have expressed an inter-
est in our program and now is
your chance to transform that
interest into action. We need
volunteers to visit our home-
bound senior friends, to assist
in transportation, to help with
social gatherings, and to pro- a
vide 101 other services on .
behalf of the Senior Citizens in
Gulf County. Do your part! If
100 people doiiate their time,
for one hour per week,. we.
would have 100, hours- of,
fruitful service to be enjoyed
by our senior citizens. Search
your hearts on how you can
help improve the quality of life
for our deserving senior citi-
zens.


Appreciate


BOB PETERMANN

Rader Family Will


Highlight Ling Fiesta

May 20 and 21 are this year's
dates.to remember in Mexico
Beach for the annual Ling.
Beauty Pageant and Fiesta
Day. One of the highlights of
the Ling Fiesta weekend will
be the appearance of the
Raider family Saturday even-. i
ing, May 21. The Raiders are
the owners of the famed K EEP A 6-1
"Ocean Opry" in Panaima OF YOUR
City Beach. They .will be, BEVERAG
performing at 7:00 p.m., CDT, THIS 8 OT
at the "Big Top", which will FOR ONL)
be set up on Pier Road, 37th
St., at Mexico Beach.
There is still time to pick up O lE
advance tickets for the Raider
Family show. Advance tickets
are $5.00 adult and $2.50 under REG 1.11
12. Tickets may be purchased
at the following: Port St. Joe-
Radio Shack, Campbell's
Drug, Perry's Pizza. Mexico-
Beach locations, for ticket
sales are: Mini-Mall Shop,
Mexico Beach Grocery, Park-
er Realty, and Sarah Ann's.
These are going fast, so be.
early and enjoy one of the
finest- Northwest Florida en-
tertainments.
For further information call
648-8908.


way," looking forward to announcing
"I am the-Pageant, meeting all the
WMBB viewers, and, of cour-
se, the lovely girls of Mexico
Beach and surrounding area."
The event begins at 7 p.m. in a
0 'tent at Pier Road and High-
way 98.
A veteran of television,
Petermann has been with
Channel 13 for over eight
years, in Sales and as News
Director, and, most recently,


in front of the cameras as
nightly weather person. Be-
fore moving to Panama City,
he worked at Channel 4,;
Dothan, Alabama. The smi-.
ling'weatherman has a show
biz background- he once
played and sang with the
legendary Lawrence Welk or-
chestra!
Mrs. Gayle Foster, pageant
coordinator, promises an
evening of entertainment and


spectacle at the Miss Mexico
Beach pageant. Thirty-three
contestants in four age groups
will participate. "Each group
will do its own dance routine,"
Mrs. Foster said. "The girls
have been practicing. very
hard, and I can truly say it will


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Nights and
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be an exciting evening." An
innovation this year is the
award of a $500 scholarship to-
the winner in the senior
category.
Winners in the Pee Wee
(ages 5-8), Little Miss (ages
9-11), .Young Miss (ages 12-


14) and Miss Mexico Beach
(ages 15-18) will ride in the 10
a.m. Ling Ding Day parade at
Mexico Beach on Saturday;
May 21.
Admission to the Pageant on
May 20 in the specially-retited
tent is $2.00.


Donations
The Board of Directors of
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. wishes to publicly
express appreciation to the
following churches, organiza-
: tions, and businesses for their
recent contribution to the
Clinic: Sylvachem Corpora-
S ti6n, The Port St. Joe Rotary
Club, New Bethel Baptist
Church, New Bethel A.M.E.
Church, Zion Fair Baptist
Church, Mt. Carmel Baptist
church, and St. Vincent Pallot-
ti Catholic Church. These
generous donations will assist
the Clinic in helping others.
The Guidance Clinic is a
private non-profit agency es-
tablished to meet the mental
health needs of the local
community. Without regular
financial support, the Clinic
can not operate. Much more
support is needed. Businesses,
service organizations, church-
es, and individuals are urged
to offer contributions at any
time.


CARD OF THANKS
The family of David Post
wishes to thank all our friends
and neighbors, David's fri-
ends and co-workers, the Gulf
County Beaches V.F.D., the
ambulance service, the doc-
tors and nurses at Gulf Pines
Hospital, Cornmforter's Funeral
Home, and the ladies of Beach
Baptist Chapel for all their
help, prayers and support.
A very special heartfelt
thank you to Rev. Smith and
his wife for all their prayers,
and for going out of their way
to make things easier for all of
us. Also a special thank you to
Marilyn Bailey for being the
very special friend she always
has been.
May God bless each and
everyone who was so kind:
Shirley Post (Mother),
Virginia Ellis (Sister)
Nellie and Evan Williams
(Aunt and Uncle)
And Family


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. 'Hll1'RnDS Y, MAY 12, 1983


Some of Port St. Joe's Future Citizens


Dr. Duncan Says Revival


of Family Important


.Dr. Dan Duncan, pastor of
the Long Avenue Baptist
Church' spoke to the Rotary
Club last Thursday, charging
Americans to revive the fami-
ly concept both for salvation of
our own nation and as an
example to the rest of the
world.
Dr. Duncan said this cen-
tury could very well be known,


Brenda Kay, 6 mos., daugh- Aaron, 14, son of Mr. and
ter of Mr. and Mrs, Terry Mrs. George Simmons.'
Wilson.


Christopher, 1 month old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bower.


Jarrod Austin, 7 week old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Wester, St. Joe Beach.


Robbi, 3 year old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Funder-
h.rk- -


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" Lee Keith, 12 and Becky, 9,
children of Mr. and Mrs.
-Donald Keith, Ward Ridge.


Carolyn, -8 and Brad,z 6,
children of Mr. and Mrs Billy
Stephens..


Erin Leigh, six year old,
daughter of Mr; and Mrs.
Tommy Oliver.


Ashley and Ryan, one year
old twin sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Arden Stephens.


as the "Years of Destruction"
arid the "Age That Destroyed
the Home".
He noted that during this
century Americans have
fought in two world wars and
been involved in almost con-
tinuous conflict throughout the
century. "This was also the
century in which man invent-


ed the atomic bomb."
The speaker said "In this
day and time, niost homes
have at least some strife
bothering them. What the
world needs today is for
Americans to set the example
for strong homes and close-
knit home life and a rebuilding
of the family unit."
He 'also said this nation
needs to have a new commit-
ment for construction rather
than destruction and have the
courage to let the world know
that we will pay the necessary
price to carry out this commit-
ment.
Guests of. the club were
Jerry Patten, new general
manager of Station WJBU,
Mike Campbell, the nursing
home director and honorary
member, Jimmy Greer.
Wayne Childers was induct-
ed as a new member.


Monday, May 16
Hot dog, mixed fruit, Fren-
ch fries, cookies, and milk.
Tuesday, May 17 .
Beef on rice, broccoli with
cheese, sliced peaches, corn-
bread, and milk.
Wednesday, May 18
Fish, cabbage slaw, baked
beans, hush puppies, cake,
and milk.
Thursday, May 19
Meat loaf, fruit jello, butter-
ed ,peas and carrots, rice,
rolls, and milk.
Gospel Music at:

New Bethel
S A gospel musical program
"Saturday Night Live" will be
held at New Bethel A.M.E.
S Church Saturday night, May'
14, at7:30 P.MI Singing groups
from surrounding areas will
be participating.
Minister Robert Davis of
Apalachicola will be the Mas-
ter of Ceremony. Everyone is
invited to attend.


Friday, May 20
Sloppy Joe, orange juice,
French fries, cookies, and,
milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.


Michael, 5 and Myron, 9%
mos., sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Leslie.


Chris, 9 and Wesley, 5,
children of Mr. and Mrs.
Alford Ramsey.


Joshua, 7.and Jesse, 4, sons
of Mr. and Mrs. Kesley
Colbert.


Jennifer Claire, 2 mos., and Alyson, 5 and Lindsay, .2,
Jarred Heath, 3, children of, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Patterson. Rick Williams.


1in tes ,School Board


The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on April 5, 1983 at 9:00 AM in
the Courthouse in Port St. Joe.
.,The following members were.
present: Ted Whitfield, Way-
Ion Graham, Paul Sewell,
Oscar Redd. Board member
Raffield was absent. The
Superintendent was also pre-
sent. *
Chairman Whitfield pre-
sided and the meeting was
opened with prayer by Sewell
and followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance.
The Superintendent present-
ed Martha Sanborn a teacher
at Port St. Joe Higf School, a
plaque of appreciation from
the Board for being named
TEACHER OF THE YEAR in
Gulf County.
On motion by Graham,
second by Sewell, the minutes
of March'8, 1983 were unani-
mously approved.
On motion by Graham,
second by Redd, the Board
approved the school calendar
for 1983-84 school year. The
; vote was unanimous.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion by Se-
well, second by Redd, the,
Board unanimously approved
a four day work week for the
summer beginning June 6
through August 11. The work
hours per week will be the
S same as the five day work
week.
On motion by .Graham,
second by Sewell, the Board
voted YES to adopt a Resolu-
S. tion whereby the Gulf County
School .Board agrees ;and
,' approved becoming a member
of the Small School District
Council Consortium and
agrees to pay $1,000.,during the'
1982-83 fiscal year for ser-
: vices.
A Dismissal Hearing was
held for bus driver, James
; McGee. After hearing .all
testimony from the employee'
and the administration of the
School System, the board, on
motion by Graham, second by
Sewell, voted unanimously to
dismiss Mr. McGee for viola-
tion of a direct order.
On motion by'Sewell, second
by Graham, the Board uani-
mously approved the follow-
"' ing personnel matters:
Approved contract pay for


Judy Griffin for substituting
-for Virginia Blick at Port St.
Joe Elementary School;
Approved a request from.
Minnie Lee Lovett to' be
reinstated as School Food'
Service Manager at Port St.
Joe Elementary School begin-
ning next school year;
Approved a medical leave of
absence for Helen Kilbourn
for the 'remainder of this
school year due to the illness.
of her husband; .
Approved a medical leave of:
absence for Virginia Blick:for
approximately six weeks :'
Approved a maternity leave
of absence as requested by
Cindy Belin beginning April 18
through May 31;
Approved the employment
of Sharon Owens for the
PREP aide position at Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School
for the remainder of this
school year. This position was
approved at the 3-8-83 school
board meeting;
Approved the recommenda-
tion of Alane Redd as cheer-
leader sponsor effective No-
vember 1, 1982.
The Board discussed the
computer education program
for Gulf County School Sys-
tem. After a discussion, the
board authorized the Superin-
tendent to write a resolution
implementing a thorough
computer education program
in our district.
On motion by Sewell, second
by Redd, the Board unani-
mously approved a field trip
requested by the Exceptional
Education classes -at' Wewa-
hitchka High School on April
20-22. The Board also tenta-
tively approved for Gulf Coun-
ty's Gifted class to take a field
trip on April 28-30.
On motion by Graham,
second by Redd, the Board
voted unanimously to approve
the following program 'mat-
ters:
Approved the supplemental
Adult Education Project un-
der Section 306;
The Board reviewed cor-
respondence regarding credit
for summer school attendance
at private schools. No action
necessary;
The Board accepted the
Compliance Audit for Excep-
tional Child Education Pro-


gram;
SApproved the following
change in structure of the
Exceptional Student Educa-
tion -Program: Advertise and
,employ a teacher for the
junior-senior high Emotional-
ly Handicapped program; Ap-
proved a new position for a
school psychologist and ap-
proved a job description for
this position. The Superinten-
dent was authorized to pro-
ceed with the employment.
process pending his thorough
investigation into this matter;
Assign the Elementary Emo-
tionally Handicapped students
who attend the Gulf County
Guidance Clinic only part-
time .,tos.a Varying Excep-
tionalities Program at Port St.
Joe Elementary School or
Wewahitchka Elementary Sc-
hool; Maintain a class at the
Gulf County Guidance Clinic
for Severely Emotionally Dis-
turbed students pending ap-
proval of a mutually agree-
able contract agreement.
The Superintendent pre-.
sented the General Fund
Budget Amendment No. 1. On
motion by Sewell, second, by
Redd, the Board unanimously
voted' to approve this state-
ment.
On motion by Sewell, second
by Redd, the Board unani-
mously voted that the bills be
paid.
On motion by Graham,
second by Sewell, the Board
approved a request from Gulf
County Senior Citizens Asso-
ciation for the use of the
Commons Area at Port St. Joe
High School on April 29 to hold
the George G. Tapper Roast.
The Board reviewed all cost
center budgets. No action
necessary.
There' being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed to meet again on May,
3, 1983 at Highland View
Elementary School Cafeteria.
at 5:30 PM.


Counts Selected for

Honors by Aur Force

James Counts was recently Munitions Branch as a Muni-
selected as runner-up for the,?, tions Delivery Crew Member.
England Air Force Base Main-; He transports munitions from
tenance Professional Airman, the storage area to aircraft on
of the Year. Only a few airmen' the flightline.
are even considered for 'this 'A letter from Edward C.
award. James works in the' Albritton, Colonel, USAF, De-
puty Commander for Main-
Svt, elde rtenance, said, in part, his
S "" e d superb performance aided im-
mensely in the timely delivery
R t ;l',t I T of munitions aircraft used to
,e=en =i=sIS In maintain a high. state of
readiness..
A F c e James is the son of Mr. and
t re Mrs. Sonny Counts. He is the
t'f RS A.,-,,, S R e brother of Mrs. Mike Lowery.


aUl .X gJ AMY r .1MIPMu) ,
daughter of John and Louetta
Achor of Little Rock, Ark. has
reenlisted in the U., S. .4ir
Force after being selected for
career status.
Assigned at Eglin Air Force
Base, Belden was approved
for reenlistment by a board
which considered character
and performance.
The sergeant, a food service
specialist with the 3201st Air
Base Group, is a 1976 graduate
of McClellan High School4
Little Rock.
Her husband, Air Force
Tech. Sgt. Michael A. Belden,
is the son of George R. Belden
of Port St. Joe.

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