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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880

FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 40


THE STAR
Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in. Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1983


Gulf County Expresses Displeasure With State DOT


Offering
The Gulf. County Commission is
about as happy with the Department of
-Transportation as a person is running
S over a pothole in one of their roads..
Tuesday 'night,. the Commission
decided to "go to war" with the DOT
and call on the' state agency to see that
Gulf County is "treated right" in its
.road dealings with the state.
Primarily, the county is miffed that
-the State has set a July 1 deadline for
.requiring the county to assume owner-
ship of State Road 22, between
-Wewahitchka and Panama City and
.protecting the county on the quality of
;re-surfacing of Highway 71 north of
Cypress Creek, which has just been
* completed. In addition, the county is
torn up over the torn up state of


Objections to Attempt ofDOTto Give Away SR22 Maintenance Responsibility
condition of the Dalkeith Road, which yet", Gortman remarked. He pointed to county and its people", Birmingham "but the law is on their side". Branch ownership of
the Commission claims has been a section of the road, near the Dalkeith said. said he didn't see anything the county extension of
virtually destroyed by heavy trucks Road entrance where several patches ROAD22 could do except object on the grounds Industrial Roa
hauling clay to the Highway 71 re- have already been put in the road. "One The county, has, been fighting a that the Wetappo Creek bridge nor the must put all
surfacing job. spot is just one long patch" he running battle over having to assume section of road between the Wewa Post condition befo
In, making a motion to raise .remarked. responsibility of State Road 22 for. Office and Highway 71 had been put in ferred.
strenuous objections to the condition of Birmingham told the Commission several years. However the state has first class shape. "We may object to Ownership
Highway 71 and the Dalkeith Road; the contractor had attempted to patch insisted that when it is brought up to this, but we don't have a leg to stand on be responsible
remarked, "Three years of heavy pulp the Dalkeith Road where they had torn standards, it would belong to the with your objection", he said. roads.
wood trucks traveling over that road up, but that he had been advised by the county. Now, about six miles of the road Commissioners Eldridge Money
hasn't torn it up like those trucks county's road superintendent, Bob has been re-surfaced and the county and Everett Owens agreed with Bir- In OTHe
hauling dirt for just three months". Lester, that the patching wouldn't stay has been notified they will own that mingham and Gortman, so Gulf In ommissioern:
Both Birmingham and Jimmy because of the foundation work. refurbished section, from, Wetappo County will oppose the gift of State Commission:
Gortman objected to the condition of "When this was brought to the Creek to the Wewahitchka Post Office Road 22 and the county will object tQ the -extra $1.00
Highway 71 and returning of State Road attention of the DOT inspector and the on July 1. type re-surfacing job they have receiv- exra $1.00offic w
22 to the county. contractor, the contractor verbally Both Birmingham and Gortman ed on, Highway 71 and patching on police officer e
Gortman observed, "They've al- abused Mr. Lester very bad", Birming- want to object to receiving ownership of Dalkeith Road. Agreed,
ready put a lot of patches on the re- ham noted. I take great offense to the road; Chairman Billy Branch said The state also notified the county it Joseph Histori
surfacing job and they're not even done this attitude being used toward our he agreed with the two Commissioners, would. also be expected to assume (Contin


the Overstreet Road,
Garrison Avenue and
d in 1985. First,.the DOT
three roads in good
re ownership is trans-
means the county must
for maintenance of the

ER BUSINESS
business matters, the
0 to all county fines. The
uld be used to finance
education training.
at the request of the St.
ical Society,to expedite
nued on Page 3)


Fuqua, Mixon Speakers




Museum Dedic


.

The seniors were all smiles Monday night, just after
-SuperintendenLLSjoi-s-Walter..Wider...annouiced they.


were officially


-St


Seniors Receive

Eighty-sevei seniors re- matriculated from the ninth award, Taj
ceived graduation diplomas in through the 12th grade as a highest ac
graduation exercises Monday straight "A" student, -with KiwaniS a
night, held before a packed only' one ,"B" to mar. his science and
house in the coliseum area of record, walked off with the Towan P
Port St. Joe High School. lion's share of the trophies. second to
Stewart Edwards, who had Edwards took the Rotary award recil


Stewart Edwards shows off some of the many awards'he
earned at graduation exercises Monday nighi. Edwards was
_the top award getter for the night. --Star photo


I

upper a
cademn
ward
d Eng
Peters
Edw
pient,


scholarship as
winner of a two-3
ship from'Gulf
munity College
wanis award as t
ing young lady.
Marty Neel, th
honor graduate,
ient of a two-yea
scholarship and
social studies aw
. Other award w
ded Cassandra T
received the Rots
outstanding youhi
ky Bateman and
who received sci
Gulf Coast from
shoremen's union
Bouington who r
Lions Club awa
scholarships to
Academy of Cos
Cynthia Miller, C
lap and Sherrie I


crowd of some' 200 gather-
ed in 'the bright' sunshine
'.. Saturday morning, to hear
'. dedication speeches by Con-
gressman Don Fuqua and
Lieutenant Governor Wayne
Mixon in dedication ceremo-
nies to a new wing to the
SConstitution Museum here in
Port St. Joe.
-." In addition to the main
addresses, the audience heard
S.short comments by Depart-
S i. W ment of Natural Resources
Director, Dr. Elton Gissen-
a danger, Mayor Frank Pate and
Historical Society president,
Wayne Childers.
The new museum display, a
graduated from Port St. Joe High School. W life-aize'and animated replica
n e W l-- -- the signing of-Piorida's first
S Constitution in 1838, has been
added to the museum along
with a faithful reproduction of
)Iplo i aS theConstitution hall.
iplom a lI his welcoming address,
Mayor. Pate recognized the
ward for the Neel said, "We now face efforts of the Historical Socie-
ic average, decisions which will affect the ty in securing the construction
Ls in math;' rest of our lives. We must now of the Museum several years
lish. make our mark; the sky is the ago and the addition being
was a close limit." dedicated' Saturday. Pate
yards as an Edwards observed, "Infin- gave credit to former State
taking a $500 ite possibilities are present for Senator, George Tapper and
Junior Miss, us. It is our duty to set goals former State Representatives
year scholar- and strive to achieve them." Cecild G. Costin, Jr., and
Coast Com- 'Superintendent of Schools William J. Rish'for securing
and the Ki- Walter Wilder remarked that the appropriation which made
the outstand- "Things will never be the the Museum possible.
same", in challenging the Pate remarked, "If these
he third high Seniors. "We owe our exist- three men had been in state-
was the recip- ence to six inches of topsoil Government back when this:
Lr Gulf Coast and the fact that it rains but Constitution was signed, the
the Kiwanis our life is and its attendant Capitol of Florida would prob-
ard. problems are our own doing. ably be Port St. Joe rather
winners inclu- Our problems were made by 'than Tallahassee".
homas, who humans and they can be .Both Congressman Fuquae
ary award as solved by humans through and Lt. Governor Mixon dwelt
Ig lady; Bec- selfless service", on, the importance of the
Mart.y Russ, Wilder observed that every history of this area and the
holarships to senior earned a diploma this, pat it has played in the
nthe Long- year. "What our seniors are settling of Flloraed in the
ns; Michael receiving tonight is a gradua- seCongressman .Fuqua said
receive the (Continued on Page 2) most people don't realize the
rd and $200 -.).-' I
Gulf Coast
smetology to
Cynthia Dun-
Huggins.


drama which went into, the
settling of Florida and its
creation as a state. "Florida
already had 30 years of history
when this first Constitutional
Convention was held", he
said.
The Congressman pointed
out that most of Florida's
historical beginning took part
right here in the Second
Congressional District.
He recognized the several
descendants of the original
150 Constitution delegates
which were in the audience


Saturday.
Lieutenant Governor Wayne
Mixon remarked that the
Constitution signed in old St.
Joseph was the first of five
which have been. used in the
history of Florida as ,a state.
He pointed out that among the
signers of that first document
came three governors of the
state, three U.S. Senators, one
Congressman and five Su-
preme Court justices.
Lt. Gov. Mixon said it took
nearly two years for the 59,000
people who lived in Florida at


The Gulf county Commission and the Port
St. Joe City Commission came to a tentative
agreement last Wednesday over a solution for
the garbage problems of south Gulf county.
Under direct orders by the state
Department of Enironmental Regulation to
bring its landfill operations up to state
requirements or come up with another
method of disposal, the county and city have
agreed to combine their resources and efforts
to change the present method of garbage
disposal in order to cause it to meet the
approval of the state.
Landfill operations throughout the state
have come under fire from DER during the
past five years, particularly in coastal
counties with high water tables, such as Gulf
county.
Under the present state formula, only one
landfill operation in Gulf county meets the
state requirements, and that one site is at
Buckhorn, near the northern county line.
The agreement reached by the county
and city last week, would have the two
governmental entities join their economic


SPEAKERS
High honor graduates Tow-
an Peters. Marty Neel and
Stewart Edwards developed
the theme "Sky Is the Limit"
for the graduates.
Peters said, "This is it, we.
have made it with the help of a
lot of people." Peters philoso-
phized that, "Success is win-
ning at what you should'
achieve. Our business is to
make the best of what God had.
made."


Wewahitchka High


Graduates 55 Seniors


:Wewahitchka High School
awarded diplomas to 55 sen-
iors. Tuesday night, and
awards to several students'
who excelled in the different
areas of scholastic endeavor.
High honor graduate, Betty
Jean Pitts received the high-
est nuniber of awards being
presented with special recog-
nition in social studies, home
economics and english and
j presented with one of the four
'.Wscholarships given during the
evening.
Scholarships were given
.from Gulf Coast Community


College to Teresa Walburn
and Stephanie Hilton; the
National Honor Society scho-
larship was presented to Betty
Jean Pitts' and the Woman's
Club scholarship was awarded
to Minnie Jean Kemp.
Other awards were: busi-
ness education, Teresa Wal-
burn; art, Bobby McDonald;
nursery operation, Vernon
Bryant; 'woodlands, Jason
Whitfield; auto mechanics,
Bud Bazemore, Mark Stevens,
Earl Fisher and Mitchell Gay;
senior band, Mary Ann Bryant
and Stephanie Hilton and


DAR, Chris Thomas, who also
received the Balfour award.
High honor graduates Tere-
sa Walburn and Stephanie
Hilton developed the class
theme: "You are never given
a wish without also being
given the power to make it
come true".
Other high honor graduates
were. Minnie Jean Kemp,
Betty Jean Pitts, Michelle
King, Susan Stripling and
Lesia Whitfield.
Jason Whitfield was class
president.


S ly transferred to Port St. Joe from Fort
Firs t G uest Walton Beach where she had been staying in
another' home.- Shown welcoming Mrs.
Mrs. Bessie Wimberly was the first guest Wimberly is Mike Campbell, who will be the
to enter Bay St. Joseph Care Center nursing resident director of the center. Driving the
home when it opened its doors to receive wheelchair is Larry Johnson, owner of the
guests last Thursday morning. Mrs. Wimber- center. --Star photo


ated

that time, to: ratify the new
constitution.
Mixon said the official U.S:
census reported there was a
third more people in old St..,
Joseph in 1838 than were
reported by the census to be
here now.
After the speaking, the Gulf
County Democratic Executive
Committee served a' free fisls
dinner .to the. crowd. The
Museum was thrown open for
everyone to inspect the new
exhibit and other artifacts
from Old St. Joseph.


efforts to build a compacting station near
Port St. Joe to handle the garbage from the
south end of the county. The device would
compact all garbage and trash from the south
end of the county and transported to the
burial site at Buckhorn for disposal.
The compacting operation is expected to
cost around $300,000 initially, including the
equipment to haul the; compacted garbage
with. The agreement reached by the county
and city would have each share equally in the
purchase price and one government agency-
to be decided on later-to run the' entire
operation. There will be two people employed
to run the site, with the city agreeing to pay.
one of the men for one year: After a year of
operation, the two commissions will take
another look at the situation and make further
recommendations.
All details in the agreement have not been.
worked out as yet. The two groups of
government officers are scheduled to inspect
a proposed compacting procedure-on Tuesday
of next week, in an attempt to come to a
decision about what sort of equipment would
do the best job for the least expense.


.


Replacement


For Dr. Sapala
Sheriff Ken Murphy report- City has agreed to take over
ed to the County Commission the duties until a permanent
Tuesday night that the 14 man can be hired", Murphy
Judicial Circuit would have a said.
new Medical Examiner by Murhpy reported that Dr.
July to take the place of the Sybert was a registered path-
resigned Dr. Joseph Sapala. ologist and would do autopsies
"Dr. Bill Sybert of Panama (Continued on Page 3)


Reduced Sewer


Rates Offered
The City of Port St. Joe will be offering reduced
rates on sewer services billed through the summer,
beginning with the bill customers receive on July 1.
This reduced sewer rate is offered each summer by
the City to sort of ease the expense of watering yards. To
make the reduced charge, the customer is charged an
average of his sewer charges for the other nine months
and charges the average for the months of July, August
and September, rather than the percentage of the water
bill, which is the normal procedure.
The only catch is that the customer must apply for
the reduced rates. If you desire to use your water more
during these three months but don't particularly desire
to pay the large sewer bill, just come by City Hall and
sign up. Your sewer charges will then be averaged over
the next three months. If you fail to call, your sewer bill
will be based on a percentage of the water charges which
you incur.
__ : _____


*I.


County, City Reach


Agreement On Disposal


1


'`I





a, t .


Editorials and Comments
,, 5-,. '. "** +?.


\ THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, MAY 26. 1983


Cooperation



Garbage I

For the second time, the County sit
Commission and Port St. Joe's City ne.
: -Commission have gotten their heads fro
together on a project and come up to
r -ith an equitable solution in just a wi
.short while which, we think, will be a ex]
j o J0solution for the county at large. ha
S The first joint venture, in which
fhe City and the County agreed on a the
,': : urse of operations was the furnish- ag
i ig of water and sewer services to an(
R3'ak Grove at a price which. was sta
W ..agreed to by the City Commission hal
_nd which furnished the services at or
-'. Siia price Oak Grove residents could op
i1ford and live with.
is
2 Now, comes the matter of what
53 do with the garbage on the south dis
; ssied of Gulf County. Granted, at least snt
1, V. afilf of the garbage generated south y
... Cypress Creek is generated by the
Styof Port S Joe, so the city had a pal
Seated interest in whatever solution sy
'' te county came up with to dispose sys
M i our garbage. litt
The city couldn't very well the
i _.: expect to have its garbage disposed fac
without some responsibility in the ma
latter, but neither did the city plan or
_n putting up facilities to take care age
& the entire southern section of the op
ty, either.
SThe county had some obligation see
EiMid responsibility in the matter, too. whc
SAccording to the Department of, -disj
environmentall Regulation, all gar- cou
n ge must be hauled to the landfill pro



W Important

We're glad to see the state of and
Morida build the addition to the brii
E oristitution Park Museum here in
rt St. Joe and place the replica of res
igning..:o,,he first for
otitution inside- -^".- sig
SIt's an event worthy of noting her
ith a monument of some sort, at
Mast.
: We're afraid we here in Port St. line
S haven't paid enough attention to but
*be part we have played in our yet
gsate's history. If you get down to the ed.
tty-gritty of the matter, we're fini
More "Florida" than Miami or wh.
"Orlando, or Fort Lauderdale, etc. sivi
"We are just as much "Florida" as the
:Pensacola or St. Augustine. We bee
played an important part in our re-
state's history. Our state had its sigi
beginning right here. strip
It deserves recognition by a Nat
replica of the drafting of the first cha
Constitution or by some marker.
We wonder how many of our own locs
residents, who have moved here in the:
-the past 20 years or so, realize Port of o
St. Joe was the place where the be
state's first Constitution was drafted con



I The Problem I

THE FLORIDA HOUSE of Repre- service.
sentatives has come up with a unique enough of
system for choosing a jury when you or drastic stt
SI get into trouble with the law and have might ju
to go to court, reasoning
S Presently, the panel of people who -
Spass judgment on those who go to court ,:
are selected from the rolls of registered
voters. The reason for switching to
those with drivers' licenses as prospec-
tive jurors is that many do not now .
register to vote simply because he-or
she doesn't want to be liable for jury
Servicee. '
If a person will disinfranchise
himself in order to keep from facing the /
: possibilibity of being called on to sit on
:-a jury, it would please me if I were to be
the one the jury with the disgruntled he cannot
Juror was called upon to try. I wouldn't isn't regis
S want a person who would abort his right
Sto vote for such a reason, trying me. IF iO
S e I think the present system works selected f
"well, as it is. drivers, I
'; vIf I were running for election, I automatic;
-:wouldn't want a person having the were calle
S opportunity to vote for me if his being There
eligible to vote was dictated by the fact you with
S; that it wouldn't make him liable for jury down besii


Handles


problem

e in the -north end of the county,
ar Buckhorn, 30 miles distant
Dm Port St. Joe, if the county plans
keep on burying garbage. Other-
se, some other and more
pensive disposal method would
ve to be introduced.
Working together, the city and
county have come up with an
reement to pool their resources
d construct a garbage compacting
tion here in south Gulf county and
uil the compressed garbage once
twice a week to the landfill
ration at Buckhorn for burial.
This method is expensive, but it
probably the least expensive
posal method the county could get
o and 'be effective with the
stem.
The city of Port St. Joe will
rticipate in the initial cost of the
stem and it appears the county
1 be the one chosen to operate the
stem. The two haven't settled that
le problem of who is to operate
system, as yet. As a matter of
't, they haven't addressed the
matter beyond agreeing that one
the other of the government
encies should have the entire
rational responsibility.
With our- neighboring counties
eming to choke on the issue of
at to do with 'their garbage
posal, it's nice to know that Qulf
inty can get together and solve its
Dblems without a lot of hassle.


addition


d signed by those responsible for
nging the state into being?
Time after time we have heard
idents ask, "What is the Museum
?" ?"ie does the monuin4qnh
nify ,.' ~at has ever happened
e?"
Now, you know.
About a year ago, just the out-,
of the display was shaped up,
the voices weren't installed as'
, nor were the mannikins finish-
Just enough of the display was
shed one could get ah idea of
at would be there. It's impres-
e. A replica of the hall in which
Constitution was drafted has
n built on the museum and a
creation of the scene as the
ning happened has been recon-
ucted by the Department of
tural Resources, which has
large of state parks and museums.
We hope the new display causes
al people to be aware of the part
ir community played in the birth
Dur state. We know it will prove to
an important addition to our
imunity.


s That So

If .a person doesn't think,
our jury system to take such
eps to avoid serving on it, he
st use the same kind of
when he went to cast the vote


now cast, merely because he
tered.

UR JURIES ARE to be
from the list of .licensed
there are those I would
sly challenge off my jury if I
d to court.
is the driver who will splash
water when you are walking
de the street after a rain.


I was invited to attend a
party not long ago. It wasn't
really a party in a party sense
but rather a gathering of
about eight people who get'
:together on a sort of irregular
basis and enjoy an evening
together., ,
All in attendance were men.,
And that's the way it's plan-
ned. It's not that those in
attendance don't like women
Because they are married men
and, as always, the conversa-
tion usually is (and was)
devoted, in a large part, to the
female gender. Women, I
understand, like to talk about
men, too.
This particular evening was
not unusual. There was liquor,
great chunks of steak, some
pre-dinner snacks, lots of good
stories and a great time had
by all. It was one of the most
memorial evenings I have
ever spent, not counting even-
ings spent with female com-
panionship. Ladies always
add a luster to anything they
attend.


AN Train

Derailed
A 121-car train of the Apala-
chicola Northern Railroad de-
railed at Hosford at about 7:30
Tuesday night.


'The mood was informal and
relaxed. Later in the evening
Sit became even more.relaxed
and, \ for that matter, a lot
more fun. We started with
drinks and snacks, and soon
settled into some rather seri-
ous political conversation.
This, however, didn't last long
for there were many stories
waiting to be told. And stories
are always best on nights like
that one.


Fishing was one of the main
topics. I heard fishing stories
that would make the most
hardened liar cringe. Some
were so unbelievable that one
in attendance bit off the end of
ahis cigar when the final size
was revealed. Another left the
room stating that there was
"no way to top that onel"
Another round of drinks and
the stories continued. Hunting
was the next subject and until


that evening I was unaware
that I was among some of the
most seasoned, accomplished.
hunters in the world.. .There
were stories of deer killed as
big as elephants-.well, small
elephants, I was not about to
mention some of my earlier
hunting days. I would have
been forever removed from
the roll of those in attendance.
SThe meat was put on the
grill and more drinks served,
by now at will. The conversa-
tion then turned to women. I
refuse to go into detail on this,
part of the conversation but I
will say this; some of the
stories made Clark Gable'
sound like Ned and the first
reader. John Travolta would
have been laughed from the
gathering. Bold and daring
lovers were among us and I
was unaware of it.


The steaks, potatoes, salad
and rolls were finally served
and the conversation grew
more mellow and reflective.
Great athletic accomplish-
ments were brought forth and
discussed. Comparisons of
past and current athletes were
given thorough analysis.
There was some talk about
various wives. This part was
always complimentary and
positive and, at some times,
downright loving. Respect and'
admiration was duly given.
The evening ended and with
dishes washed and house
cleaned we started home. As I
drove home I thought about
how much I enjoyed .the
evening and how much I was
looking forward to the next
gathering. For a few hours I
had shared a very important
part of a man's world.


No injuries were reported in
the accident, which saw two
boxcars loaded with paper
overturn and three empty
woodracks pulled off the,,
track.
Ras Hill, road master for
the line, said the train was
traveling to Chattahoochee
and was on "slow order" at
the Highway 20 crossing,.,
which had been redone a week.
dr-lier.2 'ee


Grads /
(Continued from Pagej 1)
tion diploma and not a certifi-
cate of attendance."
Edwin Williams, principal
of Port St. Joe High School,
challenged those just entering
high school to apply them-
selves academically in order
to be the recipients o the
awards of the future. "Tesy're
worth money to you', he
observed.
Others on the program were
Becky Bateman, who gave the
invocation; Patrick Howard,
who led the pledge to the flag;
Jim Brown, class president's
address; Cassandra Thomas,
led in singing the Alma Ma er
and Cathy Rish, who led the
benediction.
Music was provided by the
Port St. Joe High School band;
i


me May Juror

If a person will splash you with side of the
water, he might be expected to splash ow, it
you with 10 to 20 simply because he There's
doesn't like your looks. I wouldn't
Too, if a person gets on a jury who licensed dr


A Peach of A Crop


This was the week of the peach here in Gulf County. Our
roving Star photographer took this close-up of a peach grown.
by Lonnie Bell, 409 Iola Street, Oak Grove, to feature on this


week's editorial page. The peach crop seems to be good in
north Florida this year, but reports aren't so good on other
fruit. --Star photo


Like They Drive A Car


road didn't.
's his turn.
any number of reasons why
want my jury picked from
rivers. Some of them may


q


. ~sley.R2ey a


has been beat out of a parking space by
you, look out. You might have rooted
the prospective juror out of a parking
space, or unknowingly parked in the
space he claims for himself, and he will
take this opportunity to see that you
don't park in his space again. :
Suppose you passed the juror up on
the side of the road with a flat tire a
long time ago. You forgot, all about it,
but the juror'who was stranded on the


decide a verdict like they drive. all
over the road, or lickety-split, with no
caution about what lies down the road,
or with a snoot full.
I think people are at their worst
behind a wheel and I wouldn't want it to
spill over into the courtroom.
On the other hand, the registered
voter may not be the best prospective
juror in the world, but at least he cares
enough about his community to register


to vote, making himself eligible for jury
service in the process. He did it
voluntarily.
I'll take my chances in court with
the guy who cAres at least a little bit
about his community, rather than risk
my future' to the guy who had to be
trapped into deciding on my future
when he really didn't want to.
S++++
JOEL STRAIT BROUGHT an
arm-load of magazines and trade
newspapers in the office recently,
dumped them down on what passes for
my desk and said, "I thought you might
like to see what I have been doing
lately.:"
What passes for my desk looks
about like "Shoe's" desk in the comic
strips, and Joel's magazines and
newspapers just blended with the scene
and after a while I had forgotten them.
But, several days later I happened to
remember the periodicals and went to
at least move them to a safer spot,
where they wouldn't get covered up and
lost in the shuffle.
I picked up one magazine, which


Tides
The tide action
Joseph's Bay is shown
tide table below. The in
tion is furnished by th
Weather Bureau in Ap
cola.


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Bad


was an aircraft magazine and looked
for Joel's piece.
The article was slickly introduced
and was on the subject of ultra-light
airplanes.
I thought, "Old Joel has them
fooled. They don't know he's just Joel
Strait, from little old Port St. Joe, who
drives an old green Mustang around
when he isn't riding a bike. What would
Joel know about ultra-light airplanes?"
When I read the article I found out
what he knows about airplanes, es-
pecially the recreational airplane. It's
considerable. Surprisingly enough, Joel
has been around quite a bit, from
Colorado to Miami, testing ultra-lights
and getting material on their manufac-
ture for articles.
Joel knows enough about ultra-
lights to get manufacturers to allow
him to fly their equipment just to havb
him write about it. I guess you would
gay he is considered an authority on
ultra-lights.
You just never know about tht
fellow you run into every day, do you?



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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1983


PAGE THREE


OBITUARIES
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Funeral Sati
L. E. Jackson, 63, of Pana-
ma City, died Sunday mdrn-
ming, May 22, at Bay Medical
Center after a long illness. He
had recently moved to Pana-
ma City, but had been a
resident of Port St. Joe since
1943, coming from Troy, Ala-
i batma. He was retired from St.
. Joe Paper' Co., and was a
member of the Retirement'
', rotheirs Club.'

He is survived by: his wife,
Z Mrs. Marie Jackson of Galves-
ton, Texas; six daughters,
Mrs. Mildred Newman of
Jacksonville, Mrs. Jacqueln
Bentley and Miss. Debra Lor-
raine Jackson, both of Miami,
Mrs. Shirley Ann Hannah of
Panama City, Mrs. Glenda
rMarie Wynn and Miss Robin
Lafaye Jackson,.,both of Gal-
veston, Texas; four sons,


irday


Jimmy Lee Jackson of Miami,
Louis David Jackson of Apa-
lachicola, Larry Lee Jackson
and Billy Charles Jackscn,-
both of Galveston, Texas; two
sisters, Mrs. Annie H. Jackson'
of San Francisco, Ca., and.,
'Mrs. Cloria Bell Clopeland of
Troy, Ala.; one brother, Quin-'
cy Paul Jackson of Troy, Ala.;
his father-in-law, Joseph Clay-
ton, Sr. of Port St. Joe; two
sons-in-law, Andrew Hannah
of Panama City, and Kirk
Newman of Jacksonville; and
eleven grandchildren.
Funeral services will be
held Saturday at I:oo P.M. at
Thompson Temple First Born
Church of the Living God with
Jr. Bishop E. D. Dixon offici-
ating. The family will receive
friends and relatives at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor
Jenkins. 251 Avenue E, Port


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nonth old daughter of Mr. and
Wrs. Johnny Clayton Collins of'
tewahitchka, died suddenly
t her home Sunday, May 22.
She is survived by: her
parents; her sister, 'Alisha
ollins; grandparents, Jacky
nd Nita Collins of Wewahit-
hka, and Mr. and Mrs.
eorge Whitfield of White
ity; her great grandparents,
&r. and Mrs. D. E. Gray of
Newahitchka and Mr. and Fo
Irs. tolbert of Crestview. Fo
Funeral services were held coc
tuesday at 3:00 p.m., CST at Pol
he United Pentecostal Church ant
f Wewahitchka with the Rev.
evin Cox officiating. Inter-
ient followed in Jehu Ceme-
ery.
Comforter Funeral Home
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Pensacola
Johnna Underwood, the
iwbornwdaughter of Mr. and
rs. John Underwvood died
Iursday, Mdy 9fTin Sacid
heart Hospital in Pensacola.
She is survived by: -her
rents; and her grandpa-
nts, John Best, Willie Un-
erwood, and Annie Dawson,
I of Port St. Joe.
Funeral services were held '
turday afternoon at Forest
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County

he efforts to secure ownership of
government property at BeaconHill (40
cres) and at Dead Man's Curve (35
acres) to be used for park areas in the
county. A committee.will be named to
ork exclusively on the project, which
as been underway for nearly four
ears, with no results as yet.
-Agreed to cooperate with Sylva-
hem in re-locating its disposal pit
hen the present landfill operation in
be south end of the county is shut down.
dike Templeton, manager of the plant,
aid DER has ruled its residue as
armless but points out a need for a
permit to change burial spots.
-The Commission also gave its
approval for county insurance agents to


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petition the state Insurance Commis-
sion, in their name, to become, part of
an insurance pool which will provide
windstorm coverage at reasonable
rates along the coastal area. In many
areas, this coverage is not now
available and, where it is, the premium
is extremely high. Membership in the
pool would ease this pituatiori.
-Assured a delegation from North
Port St. Joe they would investigate the
matter of appointing a minority mem-
ber or a woman -to a federal job
committee named atithe last meeting.
Chairman Branch told the group the
situation was confused from the' state '
down, and he would try to find some
answers in the next few days. Branch


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*as they are needed. "We're
back. to normal", Murphy
remarked.
Gulf County and its relation-
ship, or lack of one, with Dr.
,Sapala triggered his resigna-
tion/tand a suit against Gulf
county, charging the county
with failure to pay -its just
charges.
Gulf county countered that
Dr. Sapala was doing autop-
sies which were not necessary
and had increased the price
nearly three times what they
normally Were. Gulf had what
it considered a sufficient
'amount of money budgeted for
autopsies but this was gobbled
up in just a short while with-


Dr. Sapala's methods and
charges.
Chairman Billy Branch
pointed out that county health
doctor, Dr. Herb Garfield
would help out with signing
death' certificates where it
was a problem getting them
signed.
Murphy said the appoint-
ment of Sybert was made
Tuesday at a press conference
called by State's Attorney Jim
Appleman in Panama City.
'"Most all, the sheriffs from
this district were present at
the meeting and supported the
appointment", Murphy said.
"We didn't go wrong and w-
weren't alone in this thing",
the Sheriff remarked.


Port Authority Meeting Monday

At 5:00 P.M. In Special Session


A special meeting of the
Port St. Joe Port Authority
will be held Monday afternoon
at 5:00 p.m., according to
chairman, George Tapper.


All Port Authority members
and any interested citizen is
invited to attend the meeting
which will be held in the fire
station meeting room.


said- there was criteria put on the
appointees and a rush time schedule
placed on naming the present dele-
gates. "It was unintentional if any
representative group was left off the
committee", Branch said.
-Agreed to do what the county
could to alleviate camping on the
beaches in the Indian Pass area and
driving onw the beaches in a reckless
manner at the request of Bill Schlick-
man,- who operates a commercial
campground in the area.
-Heard a suggestion from Edward
Knight that current'building activities
at the beaches made a need for a zoning
ordinance for the county..The Commis-
sion agreed to consider the matter.


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The Florida Highway Patrol said this contributing factor in nine of the .27
week that 30 persons may die on Florida's accidents.
streets and highways during the Memorial Colonel B. R. Burkett, Director of the
Day holiday period. Colonel B. R. Burkett, Director of the
The-78 hour period begins at 6:0q P.M., Florida Highway Patrol said, "The
TheFriday, May 27 and begins at P.midnight drinking-drugged driver is our number one
MoFriday, May 27 and ends midnighll bet target." According to the National Safety



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For the same period last year there were Law enforcement officers can do their
S27fatal accidents which claimed the lives part, but to have a safe holiday weekend,
of 30 people. There were 14 different the bottom line is how well both drivers
contributing causes listed on these rgports. and pedestrians obey the rules of the
DUI or had been drinking was listed as a road," concluded Burkett.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1983


Miss Patricia Lory and Charles


.,Adrian Worley Exchange Vows


'-"'Patricia Nadine "Sissy"
'Lowery and Charles Adrian
Worley were united in marri-
-age on April 2, 1983 in a double
ring ceremony. The wedding
was held at First Baptist
Church, Port St. Joe, and was
conducted by Reverend
James E. Pate.
Parents of the bride are Mr.
i ad Mrs. Ernest Lowery, Jr.,
of Port St. Joe. Grandparents
a the late Mr. and Mrs.
, .Erinest Lowery, Sr., of Port St.
Joe, the late J. H. Stewart of.
; -Clmax, Georgia, and Mrs. J.
H. Stewart of Climax, Ga.
*; ...The groom's parents are
-? &-. and-Mrs. J. B.' Calloway,
-West Jefferson, North Caroli-
na. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Lyalls, West
Jefferson, North Carolina.
Nuptial music was perform-
," ed by: Sharon Watson, or-
ganipt; Ann Comforter, piani-
st; and soloists Charles and
Paula Gaskin 'who sang
"There is Love", "Endless
Love," and "Theme from Ice
Castles".
-The bride, given in marri-.
age 'by' her.'prens, ,-
escorted to'the altar by 'her
'1 father. She wore a traditional
Formal length white gown of
chiffon over taffeta. The sil-
i, "oette styled bodice with a
.'. IWeetheart neckline was ele.
j gantly trimmed in -re- -
embroidered'alencon lace ind
I strategically placed seed'
? pearls. with a -silk venise
medallion cascading onto the'
skirt. Complementing the bod-
ice was the .deep banded ..
t cuffed full bishop sleeves of:
illusion featuring matching
lace as in the bodice, embel-
lished with delicately placed
S.. pearls. A romantic look.was
captured through the beautiful
S skirt of chiffon and unique
effect in the chapel length
train that draped 'gracefully
from a dropped waist'. The .
S. combination of laces' wp:re.'
S placed on the full'. skirt nd
;: fiin with silk "ienise" pro-.
viding, a definite scallope
.pattern centered with inedal-
lions of alencon. A scalloped
I border of venise encircled the
":'. 'gown at the hemline. For her
headpiece the bride chose a
'camelot 'cap trimmed ,in ve-,-
5 noise lace which held the finger
tip veil of illusion framed' in a
Matching lace.1
;. She" carried a cascade of
white and lavender roses, and
fephanotis.
Miss Jerrie Lewis, friend of
the bride, served'as maid of
S honor. Bridesmaids were Kim
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Calloway, sister of the groom,
Debbie Fowler, and Dianne
Grahamn, and Connie Raffield,
friends of the bride. Junior
Bridesmaid was Amy Boyette,
cousin of the bride. The
attendants were attired in
formal length gowns of. a
lavender polyester knit. The
fitted bodice featured a softly
draped blouson over blouse of
sheer polyester, with split
sleeves, delicately gathered at


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the natural waistline. They
carried, white lace baskets
filled iith roses in hues ofd
lavender.' Miranda Harvey,
cousin of the bride, was flower
'Best man was Robbie
Sheets. aUsher-groomsmen
were Allen Lowery, brother of
the bride,' Grieg Todd,"Larry
Baker, Benny Sherrill. David
Lowery, brother of the bride,
served as JuniorGroomisma4.
Gray Hicock, cousin of tlhe
bride, was ring bearer.
The mother of the bride
chose a smartly styled laven-
der formal length gown by
Camille. 'A 'deep 'flounced
crocheted lace encircled the
capelet effect which floated
over the fitted' bodice 'and'
cascaded deeply in the back
overthe full, dramatic accor-
dian pleated ski '. ;;'
"The g'rm66's'Bbther chose a
nordfit rose formal gown of
quiana shimmer with a scis-
sor pleated skirt overlayed
with a chiffon jacket accented
with peau d'auge lace, a
victorian neckline, and bishop
sleeves. .
Following the ceremony, a
reception 'was given by the
bride's parents in the Fellow-
.ship Hall of the church.
Assisting at the reception
were: Paula Boyette, bride's
book; Mrs.'Bill Shirley; Mrs.
Paul Ramsey and Mrs. Henry
Geddie, coffee; Mrs. Jeff
Hinote and Mrs. Ray Butler,
bride's cake; Miss Debra
Jones 'and Miss Selina Rober-
son, groom's cake. Floor
hostesses were: Mrs. Harold
Hinote, Mrs. Jerry Simmons,
Mrs. Deda Gilbert, Mrs. Billy
Howell, Mrs. Hozell Leavins,
Mrs. James Pate,'Mrs. Mar-
vin Cross, Mrs. Donald Ber-
geron, Mrs. Paul Pierce, Mrs.
Robert Whittle, Mrs. Myrtle
Childers, Mrs. Herb Burge,
Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs.
Robert Moore, and Mrs. A. 0.
Boyette. Rice bags were given
out by Julie and Joanna Clark,
cousins of the',. bride, and
Holly Boyette. Matches were
given out by Jeffery Clark,
cousin' bf the ,bride. The
reception was directed by Bill
Wall.
The wedding was directed
by Mrs. James Tankersley.
The church and reception hall


were beautifully decorated by
Mrs. Donald Ashcraft; assist-
ed, by Mrs. Robert Whittle.
After a wedding' trip" to
Jacksonville, the -couple is
residing in Port St. Joe. The
groom is employed at St. Joe
Paper Co., and 'the bride is
enTployed by the Gulf County
School Board.
Out-of-town guests in-
cldded: "Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Stdwartfof Attapulgus,' Ga.;


rs. Worley

Mr! and Mrs. David Hicok
and Gray' of MaiettaGa.;
Mr: aid'Mrs. Edward Perry of
Clinax,, a. '-Mrs.' y"oncille
Balton of Abbevile, Ala; 'Dr:
Willa-Deen Lowery ofJitts-
burg, Pa.; ,'Mr. and Mrs.
Buddy Boyette, Amy ajid
HoI0y, M.r'.an'd Mrs".Ram6on
Clark, Julia Jeffery '"ind
Joanna, and Kinfberly Wade,-
all of "FaJlahassee; Lisa Van-
%,^. i "iS. ipl'ma,-' -, d
TeresaoReeves, of'West Jeffe-
son, North Carolina;' and
Rosomie McLeod of Panama

A rehearsal dinner was held
April 1st 't irt Baptist
Church, hosted Iyfiie gr.poms
parents, Mr. and'Mrs. J. B:
Calloway.
At'calling shower was held
March 15,. t' irst '"Bapst
ChAiirch.t was hosted bMiis.:
Neil 'Arniold, M"r-s.-Rilrd
Lancaster, Mrs., Hozell LIa-
vins, Mrs. Al Smiith, Mrs.
Harold Hinote; M I. Marvin
Cross,'Mrs. James.Pate, Mrs.
Robert 'Moore, .Mr.' Jerry
Simmons, Mrs, Waylon"Gra-
hati, Mrs., Donald' Birgeroi,
and, Mrs. Myrtle Childers.
A' linen shower was held at
the home of Debbie Fowler on


March 24. It was hosted
Barbara Butler, Diane Gi
ham, and Debbie Fowler.
'A miscellaneous calli
shower was held aboard t
Raffield's houseboat on Mar
'30. It was hosted by: Jerr
Lewis, Connie Raffield, D
borah Hinote, and Jody Gibi
The bridesmaids' lunche
was held April 1, hosted
Deda 'Gilbert, Laura Gedd
Nancy Howell, Betty Lew
Debbie Tankersley, and Tei
sa Johns6n.


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PAGE FOUR


IAR Ends Year


In Supper Meet
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., ing the American Revolution
Regent St. Joseph Bay Chap- signed by Benjamin Franklin,
ter Daughters of the American John Adams and John Hay for
Itevolution, summarized the the United States. This is to be
82-83 year's accomplishments celebrated in Paris this com-
of .he 'chapter in her final ing September 3.
report given at the May 18 Mrs. McCoy reminded her
super etingatthe home of audience of the beautiful and
une at exio ~valuable cbmplexof buildings,
on"the Mall ini Washington
She cited workshops held which belong to the Society.
and attended, the observance These have been renovated as
of Constitution Week, the a project of the immediate
presentation of five Flags of past President General Mrs.
the'Uqited States of America, Richard D. Shelby of Missis-
patriotic programs and publi- sippi. Mrs. McCoy reported
dcity,'nd-a total membership the election of Mrs. Walter H.
of 66." King of Tennessee as the new
Mrs. James Terry Heath- President General.
cock of Mexico Beach and Members enjoyed a lavish
-Mrs'. Carver Byrd of Apalachi- covered-dish supper in Mrs.
cola were presented by Mrs. Kunel's interesting and at-
Swatts as new chapter mem- tractive home, asking many
bears. questions concerning the ahti-
*.Concluding her. remarks ques, moments and objets
Mr: ,Swatts displayed the d'art which .Mrs. Kunel and
Gold Honor Roll Award won her.husband have collected.
by6the chapter "for outstand- -.The supper tables' covered
ing achievemens in 'pro- 'with 'blue 'and white covers
ibting'the '.objects of the'.aind 'ceiitered with" ied roses
National Society' through a bad Revolutionary soldier
well-rounded chapter effort in bookmarks as favors for each
.lrpas.f DAR'work". The. guest and carried out the
icQ'chapt h eass received this patriotic themTe.
award'each year' since its, .:' Concluding the meeting
Srnizain. "! Mr Swatts expressed her
-'Mrs-J4e' McCoy,. Florida appreciation to Mrs. McCoy
State Society DAR, Historian, for her interesting report, to
who- attended the National:.- chapter members for all their
Society's Continental. Con- cooperation during *e year,
rein 'mWshui.gton, D.C., in and to the many in the
April reported that meeting community who have assisted
for St. "Joseph Bay Chapter) in the various chapter pro-
and summarized the ten reso- grams.
lutions'passed by the cele- These include "The Star",.
I gates attending. Mayor Frank Pate, all, the
She particularly stressed area schools, various church-
therBicente6mial'Observance es, and the Garden Club? .
df thi'Treat..f Paris conclud- .. St. Joseph Bay Chapter will



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CENTER located on Ninth Street, Port St. Joe, Florida.


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resume regular meeting the'
third Wednesday in October at
the Garden Center.

The oldest state Constitution
is that of Massachusetts,
which was adopted in 1780.


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ESTABLISHEDD 1904


HOME FURNISHING CENTERS
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STEVE RICHARDSON, Owner


'201 Reid Ave.


Port St. Joe


229-6195


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ST. JOE HARDWARE


201 Williams Avenue


* Port St. Joe


Phone 229-8028


Final Plans Revealed for

GrahamMock Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Waylon Gra- happy occasion with Dianne
ham announce the final wed- and James.


SFaith Kindergarten


Graduating Tonight
The Kindergarten Gradua- learned in Bible, Numbers,
t ion of Faith Christian School a6id Phonics, and then present
will be held Thursday, May 26, .a program of nursery rhymes
at 7:00 P.M. at Long Avenue centered around '"The Little
by Baptist Church. Old Woman Who Lived in the
ra- The five-year graduates of Shoe". The children in the
1983 are: Desmond Baxter, four-year class taught by
ng Jennifer Bell, Dave Davis, Barbara Browning will be
the Teresa Evensen, Stephanie singing and presenting their
ch Gaddis, Natalie Gant, Franci "Manners" poem while the
rie .Garrett, Brett Hanson, Delana graduates don their caps and
)e- Linton, Chrystina Marquardt, gowns.
bs. 'Ralph Maxwell. Dacole Mc- The 1983 Graduates and
on Cloud, Chris Mock, Michael their teachers, Mrs. John
by' Mock, Caprisha Phillips, Ka- Preshell and Mrs. Fred GoeL
ie, tie Richardson, Aaron Scott, bert, invite -all families and
is,' Crissy'Walker, Jessica White. friends to the Kindergarten
re- These K-5 students will first ,Graduation Program.


Belins Welcome
Son Home
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Belin of
Fort Worth, Texas, announce
the arrival of their son,
Stephen Andrew Belin, Jr., on
Monday, May 16.


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ding plans for their daughter,
Dianne, to James Mock of
Port St. Joe.
The wedding will be Satur-
day, May 28, at 7:00 p.m.
(ESTY at the First Baptist
Church: A reception will fol-
low in the church fellowship
hall. A nursery will, be pro-
vided. All friends and rela-
tives are invited to share this


FASH-EN-HUE CLASS
May 30; 31 6-10 p.m. EDT
0.\ 1Sign up at
csP CERAMIC CRAFT CENTER c
316 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe S" Q
Monday Friday 9:30 5:30


CLASS FEE s12.00
Includes Greenware. Firing and Stains Used in Class
Supply List will be Furnished to Ones Taking the Class
Limited Space So Sign Up on or Before May 24 '


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OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
1 MadIsoH SL Oak Grove Phone 229-8516
-. Pastor, David Fernndez'
FRIENDLY -- Our people are warm and outgoing.
SPIRITUAL -The gifts of the Spirit operate freely in the
services, and a deep sense of God's
presence can be felt In every service.
EVANGELISTIC We believe the main purpose of the
church is soul-winning.
,EDUCATIONAL -- Christian education 'holds a high
"- "priority In our churchW program. SpIrit-
filled teachers attempt to instill a
knowledge of God's word into every heart.
' SUNDAY SCHOOL ................. ...9:45A.M
MORNING WORSHIP .....;.......... 11:00A.M.
' SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE ............. 6:15 P.M.
WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY .. ......... 7:15 P.M.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1983


PAGE FIVE


Miss Monica Bergeron won
the title of "Miss"Mexic6
Beach 1983" in Mexico'
Beach's annual beauty
pageant held Friday evening,
May .20, in the "Big Top".
First runner up for the title
was Stacy Creel. "
The crown and title of
"Young Miss Mexico Beach"
was captured by Miss Monica
French, with Renee Gorte-
moller as first runner up.
Christi Foster was chosen as
"Little Miss Mexico Beach",
and Kim Davis was named
. "


TRYIS
WE HAVE HARD TO GET PAF
GARDEN EQUIPMENT. TRACTOI
AND AUTOMOBILES AVAILABI
DISTRIBUTION CENTER: "

St. JeAut Pairts
S| Long A ,vee, _
PortSt. Joe, FIq.


first runnier up...In -the.
youngest dlviion, VPee Wee'1,
Rachel Higdon was crowned
winner,-'with Chrystina Mar-
quardt as first runner up.
Thirty three young ladies


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were entered into the competi-
tion which precedes the Ling
Ding Fiesta Day each year at
Mexico Beach. The winners
represented Mexico Beach
during the Fiesta Day.


Gulf County is again distri- American Process Cheese and-
butihng fie .USDA Donated 'Butter. This will be the first
.,. '. distribution for the month of
-_ \ ,. ** Ma y. -
S- The date is Friday, May 27,'
*uenlaMiHus -from. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
..",'-'..'- J Points of ditributi6n are: Old
Washington High-School, Re-
creational Area, North Port
St. Joe; Wewahitchka Old
'i I ', Elementary Lunch Room,
ll : Wewahitchka; Howard Creek
Fiire Statiop; Howard Creek,
RTS"FOR BOATS" LAWN AND, (only pre-registered); and St.
RS, MOTORCYCLES. TRUCKS Joe Beach Fire Station, St. Joe
LE DAILY FROM OUR NAPA Beach,, (only pre-registered).'
.. : Theguideline for distribu-
.-,tion of these special commodi-
Gikl Hat Aliut Parb ties shall be a .follows:
S. HighWay 71 Income level as used by the
S Wewahitchka .Florida :Food Stamp .'Office; To .iall
r. ei' .'., .iis e;iN"T I'. n ',
,foodStamnpreeipieats; and to
unemployed regardless of pre-
us income.
eThe County extends its
Appreciation to all the voliun-
S. '-. 'teers 'fdr. their services and-
articipaon.in this program.

-Schbol Bus


Pauline etaurant



MICHAEL and TERESA LOWRY


WEEK NIGHT SPECIALS
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SThursday Nigh
' Fried Oyst.ers -
. French Fries
Cole Slaw,, 4.
Hush Puppies '
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Friday Night Comnbination
Flounder &
Deviled Crabs
French Fries ,, '
Cole Slaw. L .- '
Hush Puppies .

Saturday Night
Pork Chops or .
Fried Chicken .
SBaked Potato or 9
French Fries
Rolls .;


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Schedule, for


Bus schedules for Port St.
"Joe scho6ol.fdr Monday, May .
,30; and'Tuesday, May 31, are
asifbllows:", ;'
'Port St. Joe Elementary -
'. School: Monday, 'May .30, ',
..buses depart at, 12:05.p.m.,
-Tuesiday, May;31, buses de-'
part1:05 a.m.. '
Ifighland View Elementary *' ^
-Sc&iool: Monday, -May 30,
busges'depart"at 12:30 p.m.;
Tuesday,- May 31, buses de-
part at'li:35a.m._. "'. .,
Port St.-Joe High Schdbh: .
Monday, May 30, buses depart .
at 12:15 p.m.; Tuesday, May
31, buses depart at 11:20 a.m.
ALunch will be served Mon-
day; May .30 but will not be ?
served Tuesday; May 31.

CARD OF THANKS
I would like to thank every- -
one for/their cards, prayers,
.visits and-flowers while I was.. ;
i.th ie; hospital. .- ',,
It was so nice to know that
you were thinking'of me. .
Stetson C. Pridgeon .
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cob; a female swan is a pen.', trip
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4 Young. Ladies Crowned


In Mexico Beach Pageant


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The first grade class of Mrs. Dorothy Barlow of Port St. Joe Elementary School took a field
Tuesday morning to learn how the Florida National Bank operates. They are shown above
Bank personnel Ida Garrett iind Glenn Williams. During their morning out, they also toured
Post Office." --Star photo


brated her fourth birthday on
Mother's Day, May 8th. Spe-
.'cial guests attending her
Smurfette party were her
Nana and 'Papa Davis and
:'Uncle Lane who drove all the
.ay- to New York for the
occasion.
The highlight of her party
was a fireworks display (pick-
ed up in North Carolina), and
her special gift was an FSU


SUMMER ROSE DAVIS

Summer Rose Davis bele-


- shirt from her Nana and Papa.
Summer Rose is the daugh-
ter of Jimmy and Anita Davis
of Lake Katrine, New York,
-ind the granddaughter of
Charles and Bobbie Davis of
Port St. Joe.



A group of goldfinch-
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NOW OPEN IN PORT ST. JOE


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


CUMBAA MEMORIAL SERVICE
Harry and Sybil Cumbaa
Owners


Telephone
904/
229.8932
Nights and

227.1436


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Carl Goodson,
Manager


direct the music and Bible
study times with youth and
adults of the church assisting.
For more information, call the
church office at 229-8691. -

Auto And
Homeowners
Insurance
JEAN MALLORY
639-5322 Wewahitchka
or
785-6156 Panama City



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Friday, May 2 7


The" Mark. II Club (Music
and Recreation for Kids) is
scheduled for the second year
at Long Avenue Baptist Chur-
ch. The club will meet every
Wednesday morning from
9:00-11:45 A.M.'beginning on
Wednesday, June 1. All child-
ren just completing third
. grade through sixth grade are
welcome to join.

Robinson And

Boyett to Wed
The children of Marie Ro-
binson wouldqike to announce
:':: her upcoming marriage to
-- Aubrey F. Boyett of Indian
Pass: .-
: The; wedding will be an
event of Friday, May 27, at
S7:30 p.m. at the First United
Methodist. Church of Port St.
Joe..All friends and relatives
are invited to attend.

-Tasmin Ladonna

Nickson Arrives
-" Jackie -and Donald, Nickson
." wish f-iaiiou'ce ti6 birth of
their daughter, Tasmin L.
donna, on May 20. She weigh-
ed 7 lbs. 14 ozs..
The proud grod cents are
t Mr. andiMrs. A liennell of
"Port St.: Jbe, and 4 qd Mrs.
William Dawson of Pensacola'.
Maternal grandpardhts are
Mr. and Mrs. afford Fenne,
; and '."paters,'gra'ndparents
'. 'are.Mr. and' rs. Orin Nick-
; son, all of PoiW St. Joe.

^Norwood

A:S tetson-

Graduate
: Stetson university, Deland,
recently held Graduation
exercises.
*' Graduating from Port St.
Joe was Gerald Bryan Nor-
r-wood, who received a Bache-
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Last summer the Mark 1
Club enrolled over 30 children
and ended the summer with a
fun-filled production of "The
Music Machine" which taught
about the nine Fruits of the
Spirit as taught in the Bible.
This summer's schedule will
be basically the same as last
year's: one hour of music, 30
minutes of recreation and
refreshments, and one hour of
Bible study. The children will
end the summer on Sunday,
August 21 with another fun
production of "Bullfrogs and
Butterflies", the sequel to
"The Music Machine". I
Mark Donnell. Minister of
Music and Youth at Long
Avenue Baptist Church, will
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TIM NELSON, DVM

Port St. Joe Veterinary Clinic -
411 Baltzell Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
Announces
Full-Time Office Hours
Monday- Friday ,
9 a.m.- 12 p.m. 2 p.m.. 5:30 p.m.
Phone 229-8400 41,28,



HIGHLAND VIEW


BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
SUNDAY SCHOOL ............ 9-45 A.M '"
WORSHIP SERVIC .. .=.... 11.00 A.M. & 7:30 PM
CHURCH TRAINING.(Sunday) .. ... .. 6:30 P M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) ... .. 730PM


Nursery Provided


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

Join Butch Fittery as he takes you into the
interesting and .challenging 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 ttring!
Hands on experience with the IBM PC and the Apple 4 l;
DonIt wait, enroll today! Call Butch at 648-8484 for further
details!
Hey girls, computers aren't just for boys!!!!!


ELMER W. "BUTCH" FITTERY
INTERNATIONAL COMPUTERS
Americus and Desoto
St. Joe Beach, Florida
648-8484


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


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1983


e Center Recruiting Volunteers


oseph Care Center
y seeking voltm-
the community to


help with numerous patient their time, ideas, or materials
activities. for the patients to use may call
Anyone wishing to volunteer Dolly Brant at 229-8244.


Memorial Day "Actvitie


Jphn C. Gainous Post No.
10069 and the Ladies Auxiliary
will place flags on veterans"
grayes Memorial Day.
Memorial Day ceremonies
honoring our deceased veter-
ans will be Monday, May 30th
at 9:00 A.M. in front of the City
Hall. -All citizens are encour-
aged, to attend, to show their
appreciation for the Veterans
who gave their lives for our
country.
The V.F.W. Honor Guard
who marched in the Ling Ding
Fiesta Parade were George
Coody, George Toole,' Roy
Likely, and Ron Bizek:
SThe' Auxiliary nd V.F.W.
members will be selling Pop-
pies' this Saturday the 28th.
The donations from the Poppy
Sales stay-here and are put in
the Relief Fund of the Post
and Auxiliary to assist veter-
ans and their families in this
area.'
-"Post Members are remind-


Tom Aultman of Wewahitchka shows off the loaded limbs
on 9ne of his two peach trees, which were a deep peach color
and ready to pick. Aulinan'saidhis.trees are.three years old :
and had a bumper. crop tl year.. The -eltor received ai
sample.for taking the plcture. -Stir photo


GI Bill Extended for

Adult Education Purposes


The Veterans Certification
Office at Gulf County Adult
School wishes to announce an
extension of the G. I. Bill
Education Benefits-Program.
This' extension is specifically
for veterans who have been
unemployed or under-employ-
ed for six months or more and
were released from active

Beach VFDto '


Show Building
The GulfvCounty Beaches
,Volunteer. Ffre Depart., .
meant will have the Dedica- -
tion Ceriemony of the New
Fire Station and Commu-
nity Center a&i.200 PM on
Saturday,.June 4, with a
Fish Fry from 12:00 noon
until 6:00 P.M. at St. Joe.-,
Beach at the end of Court
Street and Alabama Ave.
The Public is Invitedf to
attend and enjoy the cele-
bration. 1


A] ANNOUNCING
Sr .

Red Carpet Pacesetters Realty, Inc. hastchanged its

name to MEXICO BEACH HARMON REALTY, INC.

We feel this changee is in our best interest in that we will be spe-
cializing in property in the Mexico Beach area.

Our.same staff is .available to help you with all your real estate
needs. Be'suqre to drop by and see us soon regarding our listings
shown below.





MEXICO BEAU HARMON REALTY, Inc.
Corner14t Street & Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach
S,' ... Rt. 3, Box 157A, Port St. Joe, Florida

1-04/648-5767 After Hours: (904) 648-5249
MOIL HOME S *


MEXICO BEACH
42nd SI Sandcastle 2 bdim., Dbe
Can. h&a Furnished.' Includes
washer Owner financing.
$62.25000 -
391h St. Moonglow 4 borm.. 2 Dae. 3
story, 3 lots from beacn 2104,000
341h St Drifting Sands 4 bdrms. 2
be. 3 story. $104.000.00.
CJicle Dr. Sandpipers 12) 3 bdrm..
2 be. Furnished, both have can
h8a. $79.509.00
Waterfront Sea Breeze 3 bdrms, I
full ba. Stained glass windows.
fireplace. nol tub with surrounding
deck. All Ihe extas! S175.00000
Arizona Ave. '8 barms, 2 be. On 2
lots Free-s'lartding fireplace.
$69,00000.
Louisiana Dr NEWt 2 bdrm.,.2 Da.
Suspende baeloony overlooks liv
rm. w fireplace $72.50000.,
Sea St 3 bdrm; 114 ba One corner
lot61 wilot adjacent cleared'75"x100'
1350 sq. ft. S65,90000.
Grand Isle, 3 Bdrm, 1 lull be
Fireplace, also efficiency apt. wil
bdrm. and 1 be 579.000.00.
151h St. 2 bdrms, 1 be. Completely
furnished, on 75'x185' lot
$38.00000.
Hwy 98 Sandy Hollow 3 bdrm, 2
Da. Completely furnished.
$85,000.00.
30th St. 2 odrm,, I lull ba Can n&a.
Pyrtlally lurnlihed. 558,000.00
Texas Dr 2 bdrrr., 1 ba Unfinishea.
$35.000.00.
Arizona Ave. 3 bdrm.. 2 be. Fireplace
In sunken liv rm. qlliing fans.
screened In porch $78.000.00.
Corner 8th St. & Florida 3 bdrm.. 2 ba
Ceiling tans, can vacuum system,
screened patio, lanced yd.
568,50000
15th St 3 bdrm., 1'/a b Furnished,
e.. fenced In yard. $50.900 00,


Arkansas.Dr brm 1 '6 On 75'x
125' lot. Ceri.ha'&;'$25.60000
Maryland Ave 2 bg i-. 2 Da. 12'x70'.
Completely furnished, Wooden
patio, $21.50000 ,

TOWNHOUSES
Sea Side Townhouses' 2 Ddrm I"I
Da Each 'unit has microwave, disn.
washer, disposal, washer, & dryer
Preconstrucion picee $69.50000
Upon completion $79.500 00
. Gulf View ToWnhouses 2 bdrm.. 2',
ba Each unit has dishwasher. alse.
posal. refrigerator. cen. h&a
Private upper'and lower decks
* $79,500.00. -
Ciia Del Mar Townhoises 2 bdrm .
1' .ba Sundeck with excel view of
the Guill Compllealy furnished
$75.000.00 -. -
Pier Poirne'.Townhouses 2 bdrm. 1' 1
ba. S Oken liv. rm w ceiling lar.s
Deck w great view of the Gulfl
S* 75.000 00 .
39th St. Townhouses 1 barm.. I ba
Cathedral ceiling w ceiling plans
LOTS ON MEXICO BEACH
Hwy. 98 Approx 3 acres of commer-
clal property. Ideal for conoomin-
lums or townhouses Approx
285'x345'x380'x185'. Surrounded
by canal. Owner financing
$434.500 00.
Maryland A bl AIreaay
cleared. id0bMl- 'e
361h St.- 75'x 100' ol. One lot ofl Hwy.
)8:'20.000 00.
29th Sl. Waterfront 100'x I10'x90
$82,500 00
15th Sl 3 acres 100'x 1307' 200'
Commercial. $44.500 00


Corner 12tn St. S Hwy. 98 O'x o90
lot $82,500 0
Grand Isle i _ot resiaen
tal aBealiM l W
Grand isle 75 l en.
,a area 818 I" V
5th St 11491,xl448'x11994'm
107 47' lot $8.050 00
SCorner 22nd St Hwy.98 100'x100
lot 145.00000 _
Grand it.t r 15 Restricted
for nor M in1 'D
1 151in St. Wysong Suoa. 80.68'x
127 5 x11566'x275' 120.00000
Hwy 98 3206' of commercial pro-
,,party on Hwy 98 60' on caqal on
left siae 275' on Ins canal along
the back 155.000 00 Owner finan.
cing
5th S 4985' x 10747 x 199.18' X
198 29 rot. $8.65000
51n St 4284'x 18 29' x 12 63' x80
x 12061 ol $6.6p0000
OVERSTREET LOTS
3 7110 Acres 200'-on canal 200' on
Canal St S30.00000 Owner linan.
cing
10 Acres on Daniels Rd Country liv.
ing in a quiet atmosphere
$3.50000 per acre Owner financ.
ir.g
20 Acres just Delore curve on Dan.
isle Rd. $44.00000 Owner finan
cing
85 Acres on Intercoastal Water.
way just east of floating bridge
$4.950.00 per acre Owner linanc
ing
85 Acres on East Bay 13.300 00 per
acre Owner financing
60 Acres on Irlercoasiel Walerway
Price and terrrms negotilaol6
6' a Acres on Overstreet Rd appron
4 miles out $5.00000 per acre
Sold in 2 acre plols only Owner
financing


WEWAHITCHKA
Main St Commercial lot. Back on
Lake Alice $33 000 00 Owner
financing
1 Five Acre Tract Grillin Subalvl-
sion $16 500 00 Owner financing
I Six Acre Tract Griflin Suboivi-
sion 18.700 00 Owner financing
ST. JOE BEACH
Waltefronl Lot Belweer. Sl Joe
Beacn and St Joe 164 4 water-
front x 300' deep 1164.400 00
Oak St 75'x150' lot 18900.00
Owner financing
Corner DeSoto & Alabama 75'xl50'
lot $12.00000 Alread' cleared wt
storage rag9
Alabama St 75 150' lot 18.50000. -
Waterfront lot ena of Pineda SI 60'
x 150' $59.00000
Court St. 2 odrm I lull baln home
on 2 lots Large screened in porch
Ex large storage in bach
$65.00000
Americus Ave 2 DrTi It Da LIv din
and Kitchen combo 3rd floor un
linlsned can be 2 bdrms and ba
S39.900 00
Pate Townnouses Corner of Corona-
do s Hwy 98. 2 Dbrms. I"2 oa
Piushi Fully carpeted Deck w ex.
cel. view of the Gull 584.500.00
PORT ST. JOE
Monument Ave Extra nicely 3 Ddrm..
3', ba Marble fireplace in 22'x20'
inv rm Wet bar. sprinkler system.
$13390000
Corner Tapper Ave 6 Saunara Circle..
Ward Ridge. 3 bor'ns 2 a NEW! On
t00'xt00 lot $ 16300000


duty between August 5, 1964
and December 31,- 1974.
These benefits may be used
to tke vocational or technical
courses. They also can be used
0or.on the jdb training. Enroll-
merit in. a college degree
course or a 'flight training
course is,not included in this
ex"teision. For; further infor-
mation,' veterans can 'call
M r', F, McInnis -at 227-1744.
, -., -',,'.~: .-.-'


Waterfront Lots'
-$12,500
$500 down, $172.17 month,

Inside Lots -
$7,500
$100 down, $107.71 month







* Paved streets
* UndergroUnd utili-
ties
1/2 Acre or. more lots.
Plan -:ap proval re."
cuired, '
Street lights
Paved' boat ramps
,


CITY TO OFFER
SUMMER SEWER RATES
The City. Is offering reduced rates on
sewage-'use for services billed July 1,
August 1 and September 1, 1983. This Is
for those who find It necessary to water
their lawns and gardens with City water.
Each individual accountawll be billed
for these 3 months based on the average.
use from January 1 through June 1, 1983.
Application for these reduced rates must
be made at the City Hall oh or before June
15, 1983, and none will be considered-
'after that date. No applications will be
taken by telephone.
CITY-OF PORT ST. JOE
By: 1st L. A. Farris,
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 5/26
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit court, Gulf
County, Florida, four. weeks after the firsa
publication of 'this notice, the fictitious
name or.trade name under which they will
be engaged'In business and in which said
business Is to be carried on, to-wit:
BLUE BAY RESTAURANT
412 Reld&Avenue
Port St. Joe, 'FL 32456
sa/ Michael & Teresa Lowry
4tc 5/26


ed that officers will be instal-
led tonight, Thursday, May,
26th at the St. Joe Motel at 7:30
p.m. r


Auxiliary officers not instal-
led at the last meeting will be
tonight at the Florida Power
Loung at 7:30 P.M.


louse
I' e i S


G u Ie



Town home es


Sunday May 29
i r .


9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.


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Guf Aire Beach


Gulf County, FIorid


BUI DING ll


1-2 bedroom unit

leftat..........$83,00


1 -3 bedroom unit

left at............$94,500


^BUILLDING III1

First 3.units only /

3 bedroom unit ... $96,500


2 bedrOom unit....... $86/500
Prices Change Aftner these Are 'Sold)


BUILDING II BUILDING III

-717 C ~3 S1 T M? r. S
jA 7-fLL L L.


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Good Fi nancing Avai lable

Sales person on site to discuss plans and specifications.
Your choice of color schemes.



another S UDDU TH development


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820 HIGHWAY 98 P.O. BOX 13332
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA 32410
REAL ESTATE SALES BEACH RENTALS

in Florida 1-904-648-5716
Outside Florida:TOLL-FREE 1-800-874-5299
IKE DUREN, REALTOR*


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Sales, Service & Installation

Aluminum or Vinyl Siding,
Eave Covering, Guttering,
Shingle & Corrugated Roofing
& Light Carpentry Work
FREE ESTIMATES "
C. W. Ford Port St. Joe
229-8069 or 229-6820


ERA PARKER REALTY, Realtor
I .C. M. PARKER, Realtor
.Hwy. 98 & 31st Street Mexico Beach, Florida'
648-5777 or 11800-874-5073 (Outside Florida)
1/800-342-6692 (Inside Florida)


CREEKWOOD

A beautiful Wetappo
Creek developrr7ent
o"dBy-S- (site of the
Sold Boy Scout camp)


The Disabled American Vet-
er s '; Port St. Joe Chapter 62,
will meet the first Monday
each-month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
JoeMotel. tfc 6/4
The Board oL Commission-
ers of the Highland View
Watei Department will have
its .monthly meeting the first
Tuesday of each month at 7:30.
p.m. at-the Water Plant.
tfc 11/4
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day'of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in theFla. Power Lounge.
There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111,,F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p:m.
GUERRY MELTON, W.M.
Joe Pippin, Sec.
The V.F.W. Post 10069, John
C. Gainous holds its meeting
every second Tuesday and the
fourth Thursday at Motel St.
Joe at 7:30 p.m. tfc11/4


Public

Notices
BID NUMBER 286
The Cily of Port St Joe. Florida, re
quests bids for Hospitalization ana Life
Insurance for City Employees Specifica-
tions may oe obtained from the City
Ciers' Office, P 0. Box,' Port Slt Joe
Florida 32456 Bid opening will be helo
June 21, 1983
CITY OP PORT ST JOE
,is L A. Farris, City AuditloiClerk
Sf5", L... 3(5119
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha trie
governing Board ol Ine DEAD LAKES
WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT shall
-neeat In regular session at the County
Commission Meeting Room. Gull County
Courthouse, Port St Joe Florida &1 7.30
Eastern Dayllghl Savings Time on Ina
26th of May. 1983
DATED Inis 23rd of May. 1983
DEAD !LAKES WATER MANAGEMENT
DISTRICT
By: 1/1 Forest A. Revell, Chairman
11t5/26


Open.:


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PAGE SEVEN.


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. 4t 5/5
STwo lots for sale by owner.
50'x100' each, 1 with garage, 1
: with well. Call.-648-5151 or
6480853. 2t .5/9A
Nice 3 bdrm. home, lot is
;' 50'x150', fireplace, modern
Kitchen & dinl rm., plenty of
Scabinets,ne* air cond., used
about 20 hrs., screen front and
; back porch, fenced back yard,
Green house 15x15'-9' in mid-
i die all cacti plants, big nice
S gar-den add work shop. $20,000.
, : 219 7th St. Come anytime and
see. Sellg by owner. 4tc 5/12
:.t J -s ----v"--- -
Best,Buy on Mexico Beach:
Fi urnished home, a/c & ceiling
fans, 2 bdrm., 2 ba. on
100'xl45' lt. i2'x24' Fla. rin
w/wet bar, sodded yard, all
fenced, paved drive, ex. Ig.
: 16'x32' block garage with 110'&
220 v. elec.- 4 blocks from
Each, $30,000.00. Call 648-

Business lot, west comer of
Hwy 71 and Reid Ave., Port
S St.Joe. Call229-8771. tfc3/31


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I I FOR SA LE I


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

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1978 Mercury Zephyr, 4 dr.,
a/c, a/t, $2,200. Call 648-5659.
1969 Ford pickup w 390
engine; 1973 Cutlass Olds'w
,350 engine'; 1973 Pontiakcatd-
tion wagon with 350.'engide.
'Also camper shell. Call
229-8832. ,ltp

1981 Formula Firebird,
-every extra you can think of.
$500 equity or 'best offer, take
over payments. Call 229-6361.

1974 Jeep, good running
cond., new paint, $1,800. 'Cll
229-6005 or can be seen at 909
ht0h'.St Port St. Joe .3tn5/12


ERA PARKER

HIGHWAY 98 & 31st ST.
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA

* Sales & Rentals Real Estate Specia
"Call Us About These Listings, As Well As A Lar
Wetappo Creek property, Rentals, & MInl-Sti


MEXICO BEACH
Corner 14th St. & Hwy. 98. Seaside
Townhouses 2 bdim.. 1', ba,
S sunken liv. rm., refrig., dishwasher.
washer/dryer, ceiling lens.
microwave, cen h&alc. carpel. pre-
construction rice. $69,500.00. Finan.
S cing available
t 4 bdrm., 2 ba., slucco 2 story house.
on 50'x122' lot, d.w., stove, ceiling
fans, many extras. Sea St. $69.000 00
3 bdrm.. 2 be brick on nice corner lot.
1g. screen porch. garage, vacuum
system, cen. h&a, carpet & more Fla
Ave. &'8th St. $68.500 00.
Spanish arches adorn 1.100 sq It
townhouses to be built on 38th St 2
bdrm., 1'/, ba. all appliances. range.
microwave, refrig.. dishwasher
washer & dryer. $69,500.00.
UNOBSTRUICTED VIEW from 2no
from beach site of cedar and stucco
townhouses with 1,120 sq. tt.ot living
area. Studio & bdrm:., with cathedral
ceilings, 1 '/ ba, all appliances 29th
St. $70,000.00.
MOBILE HOME on commercial aol.
across from Chamber of Commerce
on 31st St., 2 bdrm., 1 be.. new
carpeting & roof, $30,000.00
Corner Virginia & Fla. Ave. -NeW,
modular w/oick: 3 bdrm. 2 b'a.,
fireplace, screen porch, lence.
75'xl 112.5 lot $55,000.00. Terms.
Tenn. "Ave.-3 bdrm. 3 be. pool,
fireplace, jenn-.are range & grill,-
many extras Financing available'
$96,000.
Corner 6th & Fla Double-wide on I 'a
lots, 2 yis. old. 3 bdrm., 2 Da.. in-
cludes appliances. $48.000.
27th St. Beachfront-3 bdrm, 2 ba.
c.b. construction, Ig. glasses porch.
$105,500.00. _____
Corner Palm & Azalea St. Nice 3
bdrm., 2 be., brick & stucco Includes
appliances & slot. house, fenced yd.
$59,500 Adjoining lot available.
Virginia Ave.-2 story, 1 Ig. odrm.
screen porch, downstahir unfinished.
has wiring & plumbing. $45,000.
Hwy 386-A-Doublewide mobile
home, 3 bdrm, 2 ba. on 1.05 acres.
Good terms. S49,900.
7th -'St.--1981 doublewide mobile
home, brick foundation, 3 bdim.. 2 be.
$50.000. ___
SBeachelde 34th St.- 4 bdrm Stilt
house with great gulf view, 5104.000.
Gulffront 28t1h St.-2 bdrm, 1 ba. has
fireplace & patio, $69,000.
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291n Si at Hwy 98 2 ne
sliucled. stilled 4 bdim .2 bD
houses Unfurnished 579.0
nished $84.500
Hwy 386A-2 bdim, slill h
75'x185' lot Furnished. $38,1
Arizona Dr -Slone & cedar.
2 b3.. cathedral ceiling. m
fireplace, many exlras. Owl
move Reduced. $76.000.
Fortner Ave -2 borm Ig
poFcn. fireplace. carpel, slori
$37,250.00
4th SI -2 bdrm, I ba on
shaded lot; $36,000. Assume
tgage. _;_______
Beachslde of Hwy. on '
Quaoaaplex each unil has 3
Da. $53.000 00 ea
12th St -2 bdrm, 1 ba.cath
Jenn-aire. furnished. $45.000.
Beachslde 42nd St -2 bdrn
furnished. $63.500.00. ilnancl
Beachside Circle Dr.-3 bdrr
wiglassed porch. furnished
Financing avallaole.
Hwy 98 & 24th St -2nd
beach, cb wtllh lirepiace.3b
ba $68.000. -
Beachslde Circle Dr.-3 bdir
brick home. Includes all app
fireplace, furnished, only 3
$84,500. Financing available
Beachside 43rd St -3 bdrr
across from canal. ex. star
Sundeck overlooks Gull. $69
Grand Isle-3 bdrm.. 1 be n
house wiefflclency api adlo
2 nice lots. $79,000
26th St -3 bdrm.. 2 be..
house, lot size 75'x100' $46,0C
Beachslde 42nd St. Townho
bdrm.. 2 be. Newly cohstru
nits $79.500 ea. Owner fmin
16th Sl -3 bdrm.. 2 ba. I
fireplace. star. house. $60.00
Grand Isle Subd 3 bdrm, 1
grapevines & shade trees, hea
$50,000 __ -
Beachaide 39th St. with terry
of Gulf, 4 bdrm., 2 ba. stilt
$104,000.. ______
15th ISt. rtIstetcetnc 1
bdrm., 1 clud
dryer .
chain lin"l nkn $5U1w0.
Water Dr oil th S' on ca
dock, really c ,
rm.. turn.
mortgage __._.. W_ .


. rrinces c. ramrker, nealtor
I Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Bairbara Sullivan, Associate


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Mobile homes for rent by the
month. Travel trailers for rent
da'y, -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
Duplex on Long Avenue, 3
bdrm., bath, living room, new
carpet, '$250 per month. Call
648-5236. ltp 5/26


35 h,p. Johnson electric out-
board motor. 1st class condi-
tion. $500. Call 648-8257, Port
St. Joe. ltp 5/26
Cute puppy needs a good
home. Sweet temperament,
approx. 3 months old. 103
Yaupon, or call 229-6976. ltp
1979 XS Eleven Yamaha.
Excel. cond. $2,300. Call
639-5515, Wewahitchka.
2tp 5/26
AMF Sunfish sailboat, foam
filled unsinkable. Good for be-
ginners. Good cond. Also:
Thompson Contender .44 mag
with 10" bull barrel and
shoulder holster, like new.
Call 229-6805 between 9:30 and
5:30 p.m. After 6:00 call
229-8806. 2tp 5/26


8 sliding closet doors, 2'0" x
6'8" w hardware, $6 ea.
Wonmen's golf clubs, two
woods, 4 irons, putter, blue
bag, extras, shoes 9B, sold as
set, $100. Bowling ball, 14 lbs.,
bag white shoes 9B, $25. Call
229-360 after 10 a.m. ltp 5/26
Ping pong table and a 5"
Panasonic T.V., ac/dc. Call
648-5106. 2tc 5/26


Help Wanted: Cook and
cook's helper wanted for
weekends and part-time. Must
have recent experience in.
restaurant cooking in seafood
and steaks. Call 648-5275 for in-'
terview. It:
Earn $3.35 to $4.25 per hour
as a telephone operator. Will
consider students. 'Apply at
-203 Monument Ave., Port St.
Joe from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
EST. Monday Friday.
tfc6/2


Local light delivery, must
know area and be neat in ap-
pearance, excellent for retired
'persons, students, house-
wives. Paid in cash daily. App-
ly at 203 Monument Ave. Port
St. Joe from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday Friday. Day and '
night shifts available.
tfc6/2
$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 1-7164-842-6000,
ext. 6628. 2tp 5/26


S Nice 2 bdrm., 12'x52' mobile. $25.00 REWARD
S horne1 $175 per month. Jones for Any Sewing Machine I
Homfestead, 229-8669' 2tp5/19 We Cannot Repair
Mobile home, 2 bm, SPECIAL $9.95FOUND: Ladies' watch in
Mobile home, 2 bdrm., 1 ba.,
furnished or unfurnished. $175 to clean, oil and adjust tension gym after graduation exer-
per month. Call6448-8484.' It on your sewing machine. We cises Monday night. Can be
guarantee your machine can claimed by stopping in the of-
sew on any fabric. fice at the high school and
G R GL The Sewing Room identifying and paying $3.00
410A Reid Avenue for this ad.
"Two family Yard Sale, Sat.; 227-1151
8 till 4. Jones Homestead.
Clothes, fish nets, lots of odds 24'x60' double wide mobile
and ends. Rain cancels. home. Central heat/air,
dishwasher & stove included. Yard Work: Will cut grass,
Yard Sale: Sat., May 28th, 4. Buyer must move. $8,500. Call trim, edge driveway, etc. Call
families. 8 till 4 p.m. 622 648-8900. 229-8311. 4tc 5/19
M.dison St. Rain cancels. ladiesbicycles 3 spd 5 ON
-- Carport Sale: 4 families; -ea.' 2-chililrin' Bicycles $10 Buys orSell
Roberts, Quarles, Kenneys, ea.; 1 Ig. metal biaby crib $15; all Gro Sales Leader at
Phillips. Clothing, ladies I Jacobsen lawn edger $40; 1 ... Sa227-1281 a
(8-14), boys & men, (12 & up), IRONRITE Ironer w/chair 8t4/28
libusewaresi, crafts, jewelry, $25; 1 rollaway bed $10; 2
single shot 12 ga. Winchester, louver folding doors, I louver Psychological Services for
elec. football games & teams, door single. Call 648-5870. t anyone with problems in day-
light fixtures, old and new jun- 2tc5/19 tday living. Gulf County
que, 801 Garrison Ave., Satur- -- .. uidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
- day 8-4. Boat trailer, single axle, $45. 27-1145 (24'hours).
Ca1648-469. Itp


16' Tri-Hull boat walk-thru
REALTY, windshield, galvanized
REALTY, I Realtor trailer, all in good cond. $800.
Call 648-8357 or see at 202 Cot-
648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073 onado St.,St. Joe Beach. ltp
(Outside Florida) Pauline's homemade pies.
1-800-342-6692 (Inside Florida) Call 229-8059. 3tc 5/29
lists for Over 30 Years 40 gal. electric hot water'
ge Inventory of Beach Lots, heater. $50. Call 227-1620.
rage Sales or Rentals. 6 h.p. Sears riding lawn
con: mower with grass catcher,
Fu c OVERSTREET $250. Call 648-5427. ltp
Fur.. OVERSTREET
Perfect elementt name 3 odirm, Picnic tables, swings, set-
se on brick home on 85 acres. reduced to. tees, lawn chairs, flower
sael $47.00000. boxes, trellis, etc. Call Wewa;
drm. Almost new moDile home. 2 bdrm. 1 639-2860. 6tp 5/26
ghls, ba on over V/ acre, furh., 24' well,
must deck. Land is cleared & has 18" FREE: Adorable kittens!
regulation culvert & driveway, Please ell 229-8893
cr o $24.000 N Lo ng Sl ; ,.
bidg.. BEACON HILL '
S112. 3rd Stl& 3rd Ase -Duplex. 1 bdrm.,1 ELECT
mar-. ba ea or 2 bdrm.. 2 bea. home. ,
$26,500. Gooq financing S
1t. *'3rd St. & 41h Ave.-3 bdrm.. 1 'a., Specializing I
m. 2 replacece, ence. $38.000 I and Addil
tlng; WEWAHITCHKA 1 RRnY '
HENRY BROXTON'.


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

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


RICIAN
Service Work
ion Work


Transfer Landing'Rd Almost an 3cie. | uut r,,z
m. I ba. close to Chipola River 4 bdrm. 2 ba '
Ing avail unfurn double wide. Enougn room to .. ................
m. 2oa add several trailers tor income rs.'AN .. .. ... .
S79.000 S29500. _____ X.
lot from cludes nice ba> & star bldg land s s LiAKJNJU ..:g
lotftrom sc tact, i oi l o mAe. in : T H E L E C E N T ER.
bdrm, 2 prepared to0 garden $24.500 Near ," 1 706 Woodward Ave.
Wewahltchka._- 229-6303
im, 2 b. Hwy. 71 (Dalkeith), 3 bdrm., 1 ba., ap "TOTAL CHILD CARE"
illances. prox. 1ace. $S18.O000 "OA L AM
yrs. old. : Cochran Lanaing-Partially inlsr.ea MOTHERS
'4 bdrm. on 2.lots. Good well & septic
m. 2 ba. tank. S27.500 Bring your kids to join the FUN at THE LEARNING
r. bldgs. XHITEs ma
oo WHITE CITY CENTER. Special summer activities are planned to
Ice brick '. make this a happy vacation for your child. Hot meals
ice brick 2 houses and c.b. stoir. bldg. 1/2 mile
ling on from Intracoastaln $64000 are served each day to make your child a healthier one.
story INDIAN PASS Kep i.arih for the construction of our New C(:enter.
2 story INDIAN PASS
o00. .- Glenda Whitfield- Owner/Director
odsea. 2 Gulf & lagoon frontage, approx. &53
acres on SR 30-B, near Indian Peas. ...,..
aed 3. 3 r u
n. avail. dlvIded by hwy., includes older house ______ _____ ___s_ ___
brick wi & fLrnlshings. Call for details.
ba., with
at pump. LOTS FOR RENT 0
2 lots ready for mobile
ific view home, have septic tank,
t house, water & power hookup.
Georgia Ave.; Mexico
each3 Bea 24 Hour Car Wash
beach. 3
ahsher. PORT ST. JOE e w
S us, ST. JOE recker Service
.- Comfortable 3 bdrm. home on 1'A M
Lw boat lots, has fireplace, ceiling fans, 3 yr.
Fla old roof & more Family neighbor-
Fla. hood. Yard fence on 3 sides, shade
ur ..n. trees. 512 8th'St. $32,000.
Mexico Beach Service Center
Orena Miller, Associate
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate Call 648-5016
Christy L Davis, Associate


Reliable high school student
would like to mow yards, or
will do odd jobs. Has own
lawnmower, satisfaction
guaranteed. Call 227-1522.
4tc 5/26
Will do yard work and will
mow yards. Call 229-6391 after
2:30, Phil McCroan. 2te 5/19
NI


PAINTING
by
Blalock Construction Co.
229-8924
U4tp5/12


THE LAUNDRY-ROOM
40o Reid Av 2 95
Mon. -Sat 7 a.i.-'8 p.nm.
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 22-8899
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. Port St.'Joe
tfc r/oA


I The Sewl


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc6-5
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
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Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
) P p cQe ROpair
-.....: "All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!




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iFLORIS 'T & GIFT SHOPPE
' St. Jos 'eph Bay Flowers
& Gifts :
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port S 't. Joe, Florida
SIf no ans wer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
i rs.: 9:00-5: 00, M, T, Th;:F, S
9:00-1 2:00 Wed.
tft l-21
LEW I'S SOIL '.
EXTRACTI\ IN SYSTEM
S Carpet Upholstery
S.Aui tos
Commercial or Residefitial
Free Esth mates ?
-Localy wned i:
Phone 229-6482 Tr 229-6447
tf 11-4
ST. JOE MACIf NR CO.
Machine Work -' We Icng
506 First Str, 'et :-
Phone 229-683 :::
Machinist on Duty i UII DEy
Every Day :


Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
220 Reid Ave.
Ph. 229-8536
HOURS: Monday Sat
8 a.m. 5 p.m.
(Open during noqn hourly
Open after 5 p.m. by apif.
Wauneta Brewer Pat Ho a
Owner Assist't
(Used to be at 116 Monument)


St. Joseph Bay -
Constnicto ih
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bears tCatlog Saies cm.r.i.

227-1151

_o Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue "
W. S. (Biff) Quarles
._. ___- -- CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING
R I 229-8795
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Going Fishingi?
Stop here first-
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY I
306 Reid Avenue :


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-Residential Building- ;-
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P.O. BOX456 i
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIlA.


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kills bugs for
up to six months.

and saves you about $100 ye"dy
In costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug:.
HURLBUT SUPPLY CS
"306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe. Florida


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


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


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REEVES FURNITURE & A

" REFINISHING SHOPPE
Phone 229-6374

Call and Talk to Us About Get-
ting Your FFurnitu.re Refinished
to Look Like kNew.We Biuy and
Sell Used Furniture.




PAT'S MATSFA
407 7th Street Mexico Beach, Fla.
Custom Matting & Framing of:
PAINTINGS. PRINTS
PHOTOGRAPHS 'e 'NEEDLEWORK

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


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY. MAY 26, 1983


TW6o bdrm., 1 ba. double garage & storage bidgs. on I".
fenced'in lot,.1314 Garrisbn Ave. $29,500.
Two. bdrm., 1 ba. house on corner lot, Oak Grove.
S$25,500.
Two bdrm., 2 ba. house on 2 loIs 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
drm., 1 ba. with Ig. liv. rm., spacious kitchen w lots of
r 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 9V/%.2
Large 4 bdrm., 3 ba. brick home in excellent neighbor-
hood. Central heat and air. Fireplace and many-extra
features. By appointment only.
3 bdrm., 1 ba' masonry home with carport on Ig. lot in
good neighborhood. $33,500.00.

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


S410 A Reid Avenue
"p1 s- "Port St. Joe, Florida Oo
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


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OPEN Wed. thlru Sat. 10 a.m. 7 p.m. EST
Sunday -' 1 p.m. -'7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Milondays and Tuesdays
Member Professional Picture Framners Assoc.


648-8914


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"Prcd'omise" a
S The si'm ,ing group, "Prom-
-:is' orjf Southeastern Bible
:,Colle'ge i .i Birmingham, Ala.,
: will .be s' aging at Faith Bible
Ch-airch t .tVonday night, May 30.
T'Aei:mu sical service will begin
";At 7:W0 p.m.
' The, music presentation will


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S For Sale by Owner 111,0 Palm Blvd.
Port St. Joe
Call 9041968-5464, Pensacola ti 9.30



. Port St. Joe's Most Exciting Place to Worship


First Baptist Church
Port St Joe, Florida
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
9:45 .... Bible Study (all ages)
11:00.' .. ..... .Worship
(Broadcast live WJBUIAM)
6:30 ........ Church Training
, 7:30 ..... ........ Worship'
"The End of Your Search
tor A Friendly Church"
HOWARD BROWNING, Pastor


consist of solos, duets, instru-
mentals and testimonies. All
of the young people attend
Southeastern Bible College
and are preparing to enter
full-time Christian service fol-
lowing graduation.


W'E TRY NOT TO
KEEP Y 'OU WAITING LONG,
Usually, you r 'prescription can be ready
quickly. We Mv ill first record it, then check
the ingredients, dpsige, directions, locate the
medicine, packs Lge land label it and finally re-
check those sti :ps Ibefore giving it to you. All
this is import .nt iror your protection. If it is
necessary to cc impound a combination of medi-
cines for your prescription, welwill always tell
J you in advance e that it will take a little longer
M than usual.
On this I ype cf prescription, if you need
a refill you ci an call in the number In advance.
In this way j we ca n most often have It ready
for you. Our aim ils to give the fastest service
that caution ; permit,. .
S "A GRI .AT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their ; ,rescriptIJons. health needs nd other
pharmacy I products We consider this trust a
privilege ar id a duty. May we be your personal *
family pha rmacy?"



BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
Fr/ Se Parking Drive-In Window
229-8771' 317 Wllliams Ave. Port St. Joe


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In the photo at top right,
Cassandra Thomas, center,
graduating senior at Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School is
shown wearing the medallion
presented to her as a recipient
of the U.S. Army Reserve-Na-
tional Scholar/Athlete award.
Sfc Billy G. Powell, left, and
Sfc Otis Sanders, right, are
also shown.
In the bottom photo, Keith
Jones, is shown being con-
gratulated upon his selection
by Sfc Powell, as Sfc Sanders
looks on. Miss Thomas and
Mr. Jones were nominated by
their coaches and teachers for
this honor, and the U. S. Army
Reserve selected them to
receive this national honor.


Memorial

Day. Service

Monday

at 9:00
Memorial Day services will
be held in front of City Hall at
9 A.M.
. The event will include a flag
raising .ceremony, and a me-
morial service for all de-
ceased veterans.
Post 'Commander Bill Sch-
lickman, John C. Gainous Post
No. 10069, extends an invita-
tion to everyone in Port St. Joe
and the surrounding areas to
show their appreciation to
these veterans by being pre-
sent.


son tread thai gives P235.75H13 (1 519
effective year round All pCe D pius $V 51 i0
traction A remarkable $2 90 F F No tae-..n
radial value' neeaea
; DEUXE CHAMPION. our finest
Polyester cord steel-belted
Economical, smooth riding radial!
Sz Black S'ze Wh.tevailPr.ce
600-12 $27.75 P165/80R13 49.95
A78-13 32 10 P175,70R13 55.95
E 1 55 ,P185/75RI4l 60.95
E78-14 41 55 P195 75R4 65.95
F78 P205 75R14 67.95
G 78.14 45 00 P205/75R15 68.95
G78.15 46.35 P215/75R15 71.95
H78-15 4850 P225/75R15 73.95
L78-15 50.00 P235e75R15 79.95
All price% plu S142 280 FE T All prices plus 51 64 to $2 96 F..T
NO "rade ,n needed No 'rade.,n needed.
SAVE on light truck tires for

Pickups, Vans & RV's_
Ply SALE
A E 9SEe Eating PRICE
ALL TERRAIN2 M26/8u Aoven 4 P$6.19
white letter tires 410 155 T .95
Save now then conquer the ply 1 II .95
bockroads! Aggressiye Balearing 31.11 50-15LT 4 94.95
tread pull you through grael. Plu $4 30 F E T and 33,12 50.15LT 6 102.95
dirt and s, nd with ease Bold exchange tire 4 lprepls o 33
outline while ieleers Sale ends June 41 F "rE and exchange thre



PATE'S SERVICE CENTER

'216 Monument Avenue Phone 227-1291


BASEBALL AWARDS ... The 1983 Shark baseball team dox.
was presented this week with awards earned during the In the photo at left, Walter Wilder, right, presents the
recently concluded season. Shown from left, are: David "Hoss" Wilder Hustler award to Kyle Pippin, for his perfor-
Bearden who was selected as Most Valuable Pitcher and All
Bearden who was selected as Most Valuable Pitcher and mance this past year. The award was Initiated to honor the
*Conference;'Stacy Strickland, Rookie of the Year; Bo Burke, late B. W. Wilder.
Most Valuable Player, Highest Batting Average and All Con-
ference; Chris Butts, All Conference; and Coach Shaw Mad- Starphotos

Now Stocking

,, Galvanized Driveway Culvert
18 Diameter and S O 5
20 Feet in Length in

PIC'S FOOD STORE
'Simmon's Bayou
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Jim Belin

Named As

Conference"

Coach
Jim Belin, head basketball
coach at Port St. Joe High
School for the past three
seasons, was selected as
Coach of the Year at the
winter meeting of the annual
Gulf Coast Athletic Confer-
ence.
Port St. Joe's team won the
Conference championship this
year and lost to Jefferson
County in the Regional play-
offs. Belin's team posted a 19-7
record this year, after starting
the year with virtually no
game experience.
In addition three of the
Sharks were placed on the All
Conference team including
Marty Russ, the only senior on
this year's team, Doug Robin-
son and Josh Jenkins.
Both Robinson and Jenkins
were in their 'first year of
varsity play.

22 Pistol

Silhouette

Match Sat.

The Gulf Rifle Club will hold,
a .22 Pistol Metallic Silhouette
Match on Saturday, May 28,
starting at 9:30 a.m., at their
range on FHiway 71. This will
be the first match of a regular
schedule of monthly matches.
Everyone is invited to partici-
pate as a shooter or as a
spectator. Trophies will be
awarded to the winner of the
. match and for high score in
each classification.
The next .22 Rifle Metallic
Silhouette Match will be held
on June 11. Pete White was the
winner of the .22 Rifle Match
held on May 14.



In 1935, Carl Magee patented
the first coin-operated park-
ing meter.


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* 648-5011 Sales
648-5716 Rentals
After Hours:
648-8977 or 648-8939


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


PORT ST. JOE
LOTS 2 iols at Palm Blvd. & 18th St.,
$17,500. ________
' 9th St., 4 bdrm, 2 be. $30,000.00.

I SPECIAL.
1306 Long Avenue. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. I
den, $30,000.. I
1610 Long Ave., 4 bdrm., 1 ba. Reduc-
ed. ____
515 8th Si, 3 bdrm., 1 ba. $25,000.00.
Duplex, Long Ave. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. In
each unit. $45,000 with good owner
fin a ncing -"
104 Yaupon, 3 bdrm., 2 be., brick, ap-
prox. 7 yrs. old, $65,000.00
106 Mimosa, brick, 4 yrs. old, 3 bdrm.,
2 ba., den, $65,000.00 9V/% .mrtg. of
. $42,000.00. _______ .'
-619 Marvin Ave., 3 bdrm., IV2 ba.,
* $33,400.00. ____
706 WoodWard, "4bdrm., 2 iba.,
$27,500.00. ._ _
Very Exclusive house, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
Brick 5 yrs old. $69,000.00.
1912 Junipei Ave, 3 odrm, 1'/2 be.,
$44,000.00


WARD RIDGE: 205 Tapper Dr., 3
bdrm., 1'/2 ba block house, only
$36,000.
103 Yaupon, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 1 cqr
garage, screened porch, $59,500.00. .
522 6th St. 3 bdrm., 1 ;ha. $39,900.
HOWARD CREEK
2 lots, 2 bdrm., 1 be tialer, $8,700.00.
Squirrel Ave., 1 acre, j2 bdrm., 1 ba.'
mobile home, 3 wells, $23,500.00.
'.Deer Ave., Ig. 7 bdrrnm. 2 bea.
$38,000.00 Owner financing
WEWAHITCHKA
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES. acre
tracts on ime Cieex; only $30000
down. beautiful land with oak trees
and rolling hills
Restaurant,' well established with:
local. clientele. Near coast hun-;
ting, fishing area, good cash flow,:
wonder financing available, house In-.'
c!udea, $135,000 00. 1
30Acres near the City limits: Ideal for
development._' "
FOR RENT
Overstreet, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., $350.00
month.
:Duplex, Long Ave., 2. bdrm., 1 ba.
$250.00 month.


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NEW HOURS



Effective June 1st...

The Main Branch and the

Beach Facilities will close on

Wednesday at 1:00 P.M.

All other Hours will remain

the same.


















Don't Forget Tillie!

24 Hour convenience statewide



BGreat State. Great People. Great Bank.
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT PORT ST. JOE
504 Monument Avenue, Port St Joe 32456. (904) 229-8282
Drive-In Facility First Street & Baltzell Avenue. Port St. Joe 32456. (904) 229-8282

Member FDIC


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1983










THE STAR; Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1983
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Eye
Openers


By Dr.
Wesley Grace


DETECTING GLAUCOMA
0. How often should eyes be
tested tor glaucoma?
A. Everyone over 35 years of
age should have their eyes
checked for glaucoma at
least every two years. If
there is a history of glau-
coma in your family, the
testing should be done an-
nually. During the glau-
F coma test, the optic nerves
are checked for damage,
your peripheral or side vis-
lon--usually the first area
of seeing affepted-is
checked, and, so is the
pressure in the eye.
-Q. Is the glaucoma lest pain-
ful?
A. No. Most optometrists use
a tonometer to measure the
pressure in the eye. The
eyes are lightly touched by
a small probe, or a puff of
air. A small register records
the amount of pressure in
millimeters to see if your
ocular pressure is within
normal limits.
0. Can glaucoma be prevent-
ed?
A. No, but early detection and
treatment can control ab-
normal pressure in the eye
and so prevent damage to
S the eye or eyes and loss of
sig h t.
Presented As A
Public Service by
DR. WESLEY GRACE
OPTOMETRIST
322 Long Avenue
SPort St. Joe, Florida
227-1410


To climax their study of city
government, the third grade
classes at Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School visited the
City Hall last week. In the


Smn. Johnson

Ends Training
Navy Seaman Victor E.
Johnson, son of Walter and
Alice E. Johnson of Route 2,
Wewahitchka, has completed
recruit training at the Naval
Training Center, Orlando.
During the eight-week train-
ing cycle, trainees studied
general military subjects de-
signed to prepare them for
further academic and on-the-
job training in one of the
Navy's 85 basic occupational
fields.
Included in their studies
were seamanship, close order
drill, Naval history and first
aid. Personnel who complete
this course of instruction are
eligible for three 'hours of
college credit in Physical
Education and Hygiene.

Lt. Hendricks

Going To Japan
1st Lt. Pat Hendricks,
USAF, has been visiting her
parents, Lt. Col. (RET) and
Mrs. Ernest Hendricks at
their Mexico Beach home this
past week.
Lt. Hendricks will be leav-
ing for Japan early in June.
Her new duty station will be
Yokota Air Base, Japan where
she is assigned to the 475th
Transportation Squadron.
Joining Pat at Mexico
Beach this week are her
sister, Mary Hendricks Pelt
and her husband, Michael, of
Tallahassee.


photo at top is Mrs. Betty Sue
Anchors' class. In the bottom
photo, is the class of Mrs.
Juanise Williams.
-Star photos


M.B. Volunteers

Plan Barbecue
The Mexico Beach Volun-
teer Firemen have announced
plans for their Third Annual
Barbeque to be held on
Saturday, May 28. Come to
Pier Road, corner Highway 98
and 37th Street in Mexico
Beach, where serving will
commence at 11 A.M. Central
time.
In conjunction, the Ladies
A .xia o(ft Wti.Willjioldc
a Bake Sale in front of the'
Mexico Beach Center on the
same morning, starting at 8
A.M. Baked goods will also be
available next to the Bar-
beque.

Valdosta State
Honor Graduate
Honor graduates at Valdos-
ta State "College for June 8
commencement in the Physi-
cal Education Complex, sche-
duled for 10 a.m., have been
announced.
Graduating cum laude is
Mark Anthony Schanback of
Port St. Joe.


WritmgConte Wnners
Winners of the Creative Writing Contest Moree, and Jodi Mapes. Back row, left to
sponsored by the Port St. Joe. Elementary right- Mark Godwin, Steve Gibson, Anthony
School. P.T.A. are: Front, left to right- Perez, Danny Moree, Youlanda Daniels, and
Derrick Chitty, John Moore, Vivian Miller, Stacy Kemp. Not pictured was Michael
Gwen WhiteEagle, Maria Perry, Kellie Evans.


MK Ranch Property On List for

State Purchase Consideration


A public meeting will be
held on Tuesday, May 31, in
Panama City by the Conserva-
tion and Recreation Lands
(CARL) Selection Committee.
The 6 p.m.(CDT) meeting will
be held on the first floor of the
Bay County Courthouse, Four-
th Street and McKinsey..
The first of four statewide
meetings designed to take
public testimony in response
to the 38 projects on the
Committee's 1983-84 prelimi-
nary acquisition list, the Pa-
nama City meeting will in-
clude discussion of eight
northwest Florida properties


among proposed land acquisi-
tions. These properties and
their ranking on the list are:
No. 2, Lower Apalachicola
Addition; No. 10, The Grove;
No. 18, Escambia Bay Bluffs;
No. 21, M. K. Ranch; No. 23,
Emerald Springs; No. 34,
Mashes Sands; No. 35,-Gray-
ton Dunes; and No. 36, Shell
Island.
After considering public tes-
timony, the Committee will
prepare its final list of selec-
tions. These final recommen-
dations are scheduled to be
presented to the Governor and
Cabinet on July 7.


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, June 2, 3, 4 and 5
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First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE. ...... .. 10-00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ..... 11:00A.M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday -7:00-7.45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857


For further information on
the meetings or the prelimi-
nary acquisition list, contact
Ed Conklin, environmental
administrator with DNR's Bu-
reau ,of Land Acquisition at
904-487-1750.


| Constitution and Monument Ave. ...
|Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister ,
CHURCHSCHOOL .................... 9:45 A. r-
MORNING WORSHIP .................... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 7:30P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6:30P.M.
.CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........... 7:30 P.M1; '





Sur-Way Electric

411 Reid Avenue


Commercial, Residential.

Remodeling and

Service Work

CHARLES SOWELL

?6 Years Experience,
Licensed and Bonded

Call Shorty at

229-6798


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For most people, saving energy at Low-cost ways to save energy
home is an important topic. So why will be discussed,along witli the
not make it a group topic? Schedule investment benefits of solar water
one of Florida Power's energy -*ep. heating, heat pumps and heat
,advisors for your next church, 0 a recovery units.
community. employee or For more details.call your
professional meeting. 1. local Florida Power office.


Florida
Sr J'*; Power


Port St. Joe .Phone 229-8899


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All Forms of Insurance
* Homeowners Auto Flood


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Hospitalization Life Boats
Pulpwood & Logging
Mobile Homes


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could order the Interior Depart-
ment to grant the mining leases-
and then there would be no way
,to save the forest.
Over the years I have work-
ed closely with four administra-
tions, the companies involved,
and the Agriculture and Interior
Departments '"to protect"
everybody's, interest in the
forest but my major goal has
always been to make sure that
strip mining did not deface the
Osceola.
While the mechanism we
had created in last year's bill
would have assured no mining
in the forest and at the same
time protected any legitimate
claims for compensation by the
companies, I feel confident
that the courts will provide the
same protection of the com-
panies' interests even though a
different mechanism might be
used.
Under last year's bill, we
sought to minimize any possible
budgetary effect by allowing the
Interior Department to trade
less sensitive public lands to the
companies on a dollar-for-dollar
basis after they proved financial
losses because of the mining
ban.
The central issue, however,
has always been to protect the
forest and the current bill, now
supported by the administra-
tion, accomplishes that end
without denying the companies
access to the courts to argue for
compensation.


Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1983


(ameBoard Hunt Reserve Permits
Gamannerdit


Adopts New

Regulations
Regulations concerning
freshwater fish and wildlife in
Florida were adopted during a
meeting of the five-member
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission in Tallahassee,
Friday, -May 13.
The Commission also ap-
proved in principle regula-
tions governing Type II wild-
:life management, areas and
regulations' for hunting on
national wildlife refuges.
Included in the approved
regulations for this year's
hunting'season were some
changes in the deer season.
The either-sex deer day will be
on Saturday, November 26 this
year. The deer season in the
Northwest Region has been
changed to November '24
through January 29. The deer
season for the remainder of
the state will be from Novem-
ber 12 through January 8.
The Commission also voted
to prohibit hunting with guns
on or upon the rights-of-way of
any federal, state or county-,
maintained road.
In other business, the Com-
mission also adopted a rule
prohibiting vehicles, other,
than those essential to oil
exploration or production, on
Eleven-mile Road in the Big
Cypress Wildlife Management
Area.
The Commission also wel-
comed its newest member, J.
H. Baroco of Pensacola, who
replaced W. D. Baxter of
Marianna.
The next meeting of the
Commission is set for July-1 in
Polk County at a location to be
later designated.


The House Committee on
Interior and Insular Affairs last
week approved by unanimous
vote my. bill to protect the
Osceola National Forest from
phosphate mining.
Under an agreement work-
ed out earlier in the week bet-
ween Chairman John Seiberling
of the Subcommittee on Public
Lands and National Parks, staff
from various Florida legislative
offices, and representatives of
the Administration, all language
relating to compensation of the'
four companies holding rights
to the forest was removed from
the bill.
Ironically, with that
language removed, the bill
closely resembles the first
legislation I introduced on this
subject in 1974.
n Along with creating three
new wilderness areas in Florida,
the bill now simply prohibits
phosphate mining in the
Osceola.
All questiohs'of compensa-
tion will be' left up to the courts.
The bill is necessary because
the four companies involved in
seeking mining rights had their
applications rejected in January
by Interior Secretary James
Watt, the day before President
Ronald Reagan vetoed the bill
passed by Congress last year.
One of the companies has
since challenged Watt's action
in court.
Without the legislative pro-
"hibition to mining in the forest,
there is a chance that the court


Pesticides "


How Do They Differ; When Should You Use Them?


BY ROY -LEE CARTE
County Extension Dir
Pesticides, idiseei
herbicides and- fun
those are words the
gardener frequently-
about in newspaper ad
the nursery or garden
But how do they diff
when should you ust e
Pesticide is.a gedera
for products that el
pests in all categories
insects to unwanted
tion like weeds.
Insecticides control
pests. They eliminate
in one of three ways-
stomach poison, conti
son, or a disease that
the unwanted insect.
Stomach poisons are
cides that kill insects b
eaten. They are app
leaves or other plan
that insects eat and
bugs that consume thi
Contact poisons kill b
absorbed through the
skin of the insect. TI
most effective when d
spray land directly o


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- as a on leaves and twigs the insects
act poi- crawl on.
will kill Disease producing or-
ganisms kill insects by affect-
insecti- ing their internal organs.
y being However, they do not have the
lied to quick effect of chemical pesti-.
t parts cides, and often produce no
kill the visible effect for weeks or
em. even months after they are
>y being applied.
shell or Insecticides are available in
hey are several forms, which enable
irops of the home gardener to most
n -bugs effectively control insect pests
in a variety of situations in
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Many gardening experts
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te different types of insects. This
way, the home gardener does
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m flows the lawn or garden. Whatever
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graded purpose product. A specializ-
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00. Pay a limited number ,of bugs,
e loan. making it necessary, for the
home gardener to spot and
bdrm. properly identify the insect.
Murphy. Herbicides are chemicals
excel. that kill unwanted vegetation,
our best 'For a long time, gardeners
i., plen- would have nothing to do with
in the herbicides, since they killed


all plants, including the ones'
being cultivated. Today, how-
ever, most herbicides are
selective. Some kill only nar-
row leaved plants, such as'
grass, while others work only
on plants with broad flat
leaves. Most herbicides work
best on plants that are young,
and tender, but some, like the
ones used to control poison
ivy, work best when applied to
mature leaves that will absorb
them and transmit the chemi-
cal to all parts of the plant.
Fungicides control the vari-


ous kinds of fungus or bacteria
that cause disease in plants:
They kill the attacking fungus
by direct contact when applied
, as spray or dust. The most
effective fungicide are those
that are absorbed by plart
tissue (systemic) making
them resistant to attacks by
fungus.

The 'original tales, of Mother
Goose-before the nursery
rhymes-we.re moral tales
warning of the dangers of'
curiosity and trespassing.


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WIC Given Credit


For Infant Health.
TALLAHASSEE-A smaller percentage of Florida
babies died during their first year of life in 1983 than the
year before, although several states are reporting in-
creases in infant mortality rates after years of steady
decline.
In Florida the total infant death rate dropped from
13.4 per 1,000 babies born in 1981 to 12.9 in 1982. During the
same period, the rate for non-white babies dropped from
21.1 to 20.4. -
Health officials say better and more accessible
prenatal care in Florida is largely responsible for both the
overall decrease in infant mortality and for the lower rate.
among non-white babies.
The federally-funded Special Supplemental Food Pro-
gram for Women, Infants and Children (WIC is one part
of prenatal care for low-income Florida women.,
Pregnant women, breast-feeding mothers, new
mothers, infants and children up to:age five may be
qualified to receive specific nutritious foods-numilk,
cheese, cereal, fruit juice, eggs, and infant formula-
through WIC if they are financially eligible and have cer-
tain medical problems such as anemia, failure to gain
weight, or inadequate growth rate.
The protein, vitamins, and minerals in the foods
available through WIC can make the difference between a
woman having a normal birth-weight baby or one with a
low birth-weight. Low birth-weight has been associated
with serious and sometimes fatal health problems in in-
fants.
Standards for participation in WIC are the same for,
everyone regardless of race, color, national origin, sex,
handicap, religion, or political belief.
In Gulf County, those interested in applying for WIC
may call the WIC Coordinator at the Bay County WIC Of-
fice, 717 East Seventh Street, Panama City, 785-9266, or.
the local health department.
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manner in
cations w
"All qu
ceived fr
4:30 p.m
included i
with quota
selection
said. "Aft
tion, any
will be fi
are recei
delivery i
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necessitate
large vol
'that were
days app
submitted
tion meth
the Comm
meeting .t
One ot
said, aff
who apply
past, eac


Changed

n which permit appli- filled out an application and
ill be accepted. mailed them together in an
ota applications re- envelope. The new application
om June i through form allows all members of a
. June 10 will be group, up to five hunters, to
n a random selection apply on one application form.
as filled through this Application forms for nine-
process," White day permits will be available
ter the random selec- the last week in May at all
' remaining quotas county tax collectors' offices
lled. as. applications as well as their subagents.:
ved from a postal Application forms for special
service." hunts will be available at the
said the change was same time from the Tallahas-
ted by the extremely see office and all regional
ume of applications offices of the Commission.
e received the first, "With the changes in not
plications could be only the form but also the
d. This random selec- application process, we are
iod was approved by advising hunters to obtain the
mission at an earlier forms as early as possible and
this spring, familiarize themselves with
her change, White the new procedures. This
ects those hunters should eliminate their applica-
y in a group. In the tions being rejected," White
h hunter in a group said.


If you have hunted on any of
the state's wildlife manage-
ment areas over the past few..
years, you are familiar with
the quota hunt permit applica-
tion form. Well, the old form
"bit the dust," and that's just
one of the changes in store for
hunters this year.
Eddie White, who heads up
the quota permit program for
the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commissibn, said chang-
ing the size of the application
form will be the first thing that
applicants will notice.
"The old three-part 8"x12"
form used since 1976 has been
replaced with a 3 V2"x8 %"
postcard," White explained..
"Instructions and hunt choi-
ces will appear on a separate
sheet of paper provided with
each application.'" .
Perhaps the most'important
change, White noted, is the

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McFarland, a rightfielder
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scored. 25, stolen bases, 7, and
walks received, 17.
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