<%BANNER%>
The star
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028419/02479
 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
notis - ABZ6320
lccn - sn 95047323
System ID: UF00028419:02479

Full Text
- ."-, .-


f

USPS 518-880

FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 41


TH10 TAR

Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST.,JOE, FLORIDA 3945b THURSDAY, JUNE 2,1983


2 Seniors Fail



State's Literacy Test Applied to Gulfs


1983 Graduating Senior Classes


The much-feared functional 'receive remedial work-on the
literacy test and its detractors testing programs he failed to
' I who pictured seniors as re- pass. During this 13th year,
ceiving sub-standard diplo- 'the student would have four
mas in droves, ,took a back more chances to pass the test.
seat orn graduation day -- at TESTING FIRST OFFERED
least here irin Gulf County. TTESTINGFIRSTOFFERED
As a matter of fact, Superin- The tesf, which dictates
tendent of Schools, Walter whether or not a student is to
Wilder, is giving the contro- be eligible to receive his or her
versial testing program credit diploma after the end of 12
for reducing the number of years in school, is first offered
failures in the senior year in the 10th grade. "If the"kid
rather than increasing' the puts himself to it and passes
number of failures. the test then, he saves himself
In Gulf County, only two some anxious moments and
students failed to receive both the student and the
diplomas of graduation due school system a lot of time in
to failure to pass the tests. the .future, with a program
Wilder said this number of of mandatory remedial work
students who fail to get to prepare him for taking the
diplomas was less than the test the next time around",
normal number of final Wilder said. "We need to work
year failures before the on some attitudes, to get
testing program was insti- students to prepare for and
gated. ,. pass this test as quickly as
Wilder saidthere were no possible."
failures to receive diplo- A student gets five oppor-
mas by students who pas. tunities to pass the test in the
sed the literacy tests but normal procedure of things,
failed to make the neces- over his last three years in
sary grade average, high school.
Wilder said the two failures COURTS UPHOLD TEST
were over the entire Gulf OU o
County school system and Only a few days before the
would not identify which end of school here in Gulf
ol two pupils attended County, a federal judge in
school the two pupils attended. Tampa upheld the validity of
"I would rather not say which Tampa upheld the validity of
schools the students attendedin the test's history, it became
ssin the test's history, it became
to keep them as anonymous as a requirement for graduation.
possible", Wilder said when a requirement for graduation.
he was queried as to where the Wilder said he is in total
failures were experienced. agreement with the court
,Gulf county had 142 graduat- ruling and is well satisfied
.. ing seniors. --i., ":.-wit0the results of 4e4, g
-* Wilder also stated that the program in Gulf County.
county had no racial prefer- The Superintendent said
ence shown in the failures to that not only does the testing
pass the functional literacy program allow the schools to
testing program and qualify recognize problem areas with
for a diploma. "We had one a student early enough to do
black and one white student something about it, he be-
fail to receive a diploma", he lives the testing program is
said. responsible for reduction in
The failing students have an the number of failures among
option before them. They have seniors.
the choice of either accepting The literacy test has been
a certificate of completion, challenged in federal court, by
or he can retake the test in student groups as being ,ra-
July. If he fails that effort at cially prejudiced. However,
passing the test, he can come the courts have ruled in favor
back for his "13th year" in of the test, after delaying their
either regular classroom ac- implementation for several
tivities or adult school and years.


Elderly Flock


to Annual Picnic
Nearly 300 fish dinners were served-afttt annual Council
on Aging picnic Friday aftie oob heid in the park at the end
of Fifth Street inSt.-9oe. "
The picnic, held for the elderly all over the county, -is-
.sponsored by the Council on Aging and is rotatpd between
.,- Wewahitchka and Port St. Joe. ,...;
The picnic had everything any self-respecting picnic has
in the way of enjoyment except ants. There was fried
mullet, furnisifed and prepared by the Gulf County Sheriff's
.Department, games, singing and plenty of old fashioned
S sitting around and visiting.
In the photo above, a portion of the large crowd which
attended is shown gathered under the shady pines in the
park, enjoying the music after dinner by Cindy Griffith and
Janet Hogan. In the photo below, some of the picnic's
attenders sit under a shade tree, visiting and enjoying the
program provided for them.
-Star photos


-In 1978 a group of Hills-
boroughCounty students chal-
lenged Part II of the test on
the grounds that it was
racially prejudiced: In 1979,,
,U.S. District Judge George
Carr upheld the test but
postponed implementing it for
three years until all students
who started in a segregated
system were gone from the
System. Carr's ruling was
appealed and a U.S. Court of
Appeals upheld Carr but or-
dered him to determine whe-
ther items covered on the test
were actually taught in the
classroom. Carr also was to
explore whether vestiges of
segregated classrooms affect-


ed the education of students.
The State Department of
Education, in an effort to .
prove the test was covering
what was being taught in the I
classrooms, sent three-
member teams out to schools
in every county of the state
last year to examine teaching
materials and methods.
Results of the program were
given to Carr when the case
went back to court this spring,
and on May 4 he ruled there
were no vestiges of segrega- .
tion affecting Florida educa-
tion and the test covered *hat
was being taught, therefore it.
could be used as a graduation'
requirement.


S' lives for their country. The display is set up each Memorial
Rem em being W ar Dead. day by the American Legion at the intersection of Highways
71 and 98 on Fifth Street. Shown above are a part of the
Monday was Memorial Day over the entire United States flags and crosses placed by the American Legion this year.
and Port St. Joe recognized those who had paid the Even in a small place like Port St. Joe, the fallen heroes are
supreme price to keep our nation free by putting out a about twice the number of crosses and flags shown in the
cross and flag to represent each of those who have given their picture shown here. -Star photo


Alabama Lady Holiday Highway Statistic
-" !v C ,- "" ,* '. : -


A 41-year-old Alabama woman became
Gulf County's contribution to the gruesome
statistic that 30 would die on Florida
highways over the Memorial week end
holiday, by contributing one death to the state
total. A 41-year-old Alabama lady had the
misfortune of being that statistic for Gulf
County.
Jewel Stringfellow Blanchard of Wilmer,
Alabama, visiting Howard Creek resident
Robert Hughes, had her visit end in tragedy
Saturday night about 9:00 p.m., when she was


struck by a car and killed.
According to Florida Highway Patrol
investigator, Al Harrison, the scene of the
fatal accident was about five miles west of
Howard Creek on County 387 (Howard Creek
Road) while digging flowers on the road
shoulder. Harrison told The Star that Ms?
Blanchard and Hughes had parked their van
on the wrong side of the road but had pulled
off the paving by a foot. Ms. Blanchard was
about 25 fee'in front of the van digging wild
roses whenq she was struck by a 1974 sedan
driven by Mary A. Saranthus, 52, of 215 Duval
4.


Street in Oak Grove. Ms. Saranthus was
traveling west on the road at the time of the.
accident.
According to the Highway Patrol investi-'-
gators, the parked van had its headlights on
low beam, shining in the direction of Ms.
Saranthus approaching vehicle. The Saran-
thus car struck Ms. Blanchard and then hit
the van head-on. Mrs. Blanchard was killed
instantly.
Harrison, who made the homicide
investigation of the accident, said an autopsy


A.


was made on Ms. Blanchard to determine the
actual cause of death by Dr. Edmund
Kielman of Fort Walton Beach, but his report
had not been received Wednesday morning.
Harrison said there would be charges field,
but they are undetermined as yet.
Harrison said Ms. Saranthus and a
passenger in her car, Mrs. Robert Mount of
Port St. Joe were taken to Gulf Pines Hospital
for treatment of injuries. Mrs. Mount was
released from the hospital Saturday night
after examination and Mrs. Saranthus was
kept overnight.


Disposing of Trash Takes Cash


County and Cities Turi Down Offer of Firm to Handle Garbage Problem


Getting rid of the trash and
garbage which is generated by
Gulf County residents is no
longer going to be cheap to 'do
away with.
That revelation has already
been impressed upon the
County and City. Commissiorls
of the county and was under-
lined Tuesday in a workshop
with Jerry Michaluk of Ecolo-
gy Aids and Tom E. Skorn-


schek who offered a 10 year
proposal to handle the waste
program of the county and its
municipalities.
Michaluk,- who did most of
the talking, made a proposal
for collecting the entire county
garbage output and properly
placing it in the Buckhorn
landfill in a deal with the
county, and for collection
service in a separate deal with


-the municipalities.
Warning that his proposal
was, an indication of what the
county and cities would be
faced with in the near future,
if n6t at the present time by a
confrontation with the Depart-
mert of Environmental Regu-
lati n, Michaluk gave the
county a price for handling the
collected garbage, and the
cities a price for collecting the


-'


garbage. maintaining continual 'well- cially lower the water table to
Neither price was cheap. point pumping -operations meet state standards.
On a county-wide operation', around a possible burial site in In his closing ,remarks,
the firm would replace the -south Gulf County or installa- Michaluk made a statement
present Swacar collection op- tion of an incinerator opera- which has come to be accepted
eration with a series of 50-yard. tion. .. as a fact by the various county
containers which they would -Both of these alternatives government bodies. Michaluk
empty six days a week. They are considered as being too said, "You will find that your
would transfer the garbage to expensive by the governments garbage disposal problem will
a compaction station and then in the county. be one of the most worrisome,
transfer it to the landfill site at Even though county and city problems your county will
Buckhorn. Every' operation officials were given assurance ever have."
would be within the require- the prices for service given
mentsof DER and all machin- were within what other com- A
ery and equipment for this- munities were now paying for Authm ty
operation would be furnished the same service in the
by the firm. Panhandle, it was felt Gulf M eetl f--
The cost? $100 per "Pull" or county and its municipalities .
about a half million per year could do an, acceptable job n "
to handle the garbage after it considerably less than the PoStpo ied -
is collected. price quoted. Already the
Cities would be charged county and its cities have The Port Authority of Port
$7.00 per month for twice a collection services operat- St. Joe is -meeting in special
week pick-up but certain ing effectively at a far less session Monday afternoon,;
criteria would have to be met cost than the price given for following a postponement 0of ':
by the homeowner in order,to the same service. special meeting scheduled for
have'his garbage picked up. The county has been cited monday of last week.
The homeowner would be for garbage burial only. Even According to George. .T- ap .
charged with the -responsibil- the burial currently being per, chairnn.a -f. the Port
ity of moving the garbage used has been accepted. The Autholit,th'e special meetings
containers to the curb on only place the county is.A,, 'will be held at 5:00 p.m., and. -.
pick-up day. All trashand tree trouble is burying,.gerbar e in is being called to discuss ai;." .'
limbs would have to be bagged land where th water table is important matter.b
. and limbs cut to a certain size tgphig to meet state require- Authority. ..;
and weight for pick-up ". 'ments for burial of garbage. T Ih)tidan said all mem-
This seems- to,hbe^e' alter- So far as is known, .,hp 'U1erls of the Port Authority
native,,to, Gulf' County putting Buckhorn site, is-.the only should be present at -the:
. .in i own compactor here in burial .itez'a~able in the meeting Monday afternoon."
the south end of the county and county which will meet the The regular meeting of the ,
transporting all garbage.o .the".W tte requirements without Port Authority is scheduled: ;
Buckhorn landfillUfo1f burial.' removing the ground water for the second Monday after-
Other alternatives include with special pumps to artifi- noon of each'month. -



Nursing Home Scheduling


Open House This Sunday
dy-


Bay St. Joseph Care Center will have
open house of its new facilities here in Port St.
Joe Sunday afternoon, showing off their.new
nursing home facilities to the.general public.
According to .Mike'Campbell, resident
manager of the faciity, thehome will be open
to inspection by the general public between ,
' the hours of 1:00 and 6:00 p.m., "'
of Located at 220 Ninth Street, the opening
of the home ends .,sOmie: four years of
prepar.tqrpand'constuction work which was
completed last month and the first residents
moved into the home on Thursday, May 19.
Campbell said there are currently about
19 residents of the newly completed home and
present indications are that this number will
swell to near 30 by the end of the month. "We
have this many applications. We don't know
how many will show up unannounced-during


this time", Campbell said. "
Currently there are 60 beds ready, for
occupancy .in the home, with Imote in the
process of being compnetd.''the building
itself is complete. "We don't have the inside
finished on one resident wing", Campbell
-said.
Larry Johnson, owner of the center has
said the Port St. Joe home has the latest and
best of facilities available for care homes
anywhere. "We exceeded what was required
of us by state and federal government
regulations and plan to stay up to date with
the entire operation", he said.
Campbell said refreshments" will be
served during the open house Sunday. "We
invite everyone in the community to drop by
and take a look at what we have to offer this
area", Campbell said.


.5-.


I -


;s













Editorials and Comments


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1983


Will Not Solve the


i Problem
r *

In last Friday's Tallahassee argue until doom's day with those
S-Democrat, a picture showed black who claim that the way to solve the
-students protesting testing of teach- shortcomings of many of our would-
ers by using the theme, "We Love be teachers is to dilute their
Black Teachers". requirements to the point where
; Don't we all. even failures can meet the criteria. -
What we don't approve of is a The Democrat quoted Smiley as
dilution of the process whereby the saying, he feared black student,
end product will be black and enrollment in colleges would dip
S white teachers who cannot teach.i further because of high drop-out
because they don't have the lqualifi- rates among black high school
; cations to do so. students and a disproportionately
The rally, which was held in high' black 'failure rate on high
Tallahassee on the -Capitol, steps, school standardized tests&
s was led by Elijah Smiley, who A .
,. That doesn't sound like
happens to be the president of the motivated young man like Smiley.
Florida Black Students Association. We would sooner believe that he
v Siley happens to be from Port St' We would sooner believe that he..
Smiley happens to be from Port St. would urge young blacks to stay in
SJoe and could most likely pass ,the old u ge a sa
high school and college and prepare.,
3 teachers to take..Smiley is a leader themselves t eethe criteria set
and a smart young man who doesn't for all teachers Smiley is smart
mind doing that extra work it takes enough to know that teachers with
to excell in whatever endeavor you these qualifications can soon cut
happen to want to excel in. down on the high school drop out
hMany other students Aga .rates. among students of all persua- c
Many other students -
.white and black do not liave sions and quickly have our young r
.iley's get and o men and women getting what they s
nmiley's get up and go. Eal re, expected to get out of school.
We don't argue with the Elijah, re expected to get out o school.
: Smileys of this state. They are going We echo Smiley's concern over p
to see that they are qualified to do those who tight drop out of school, a
what they have to to do, or want to but we feel a further deterioration of .
do. what they will get if they stay in t
i2 We continue to argue and will school will not.solve the problem. r
d
f
.--c '. .
h
:Someone Didn' Do It Right

a Last week the nation had it 'patches. s
called to their collective attention If our memory serves us cor-',' t
that the Brooklyn Bridge was now rectly, it has been about 35 or 40
4.OlO years old and is currently years since the road, had, been
I, -carrying traffic at a volume and .re-surfaced. Granted, it needed
-type which was not even dreamed of re-surfacing long before the deed
:when the bridge was built. was ever done, but regardless, the
K, | The bridge is still doing its job ..old road lasted for 35 to 40 years.
Swell. .. -. The question which comes to or :
? Almost the sam6 day there was mind is, ill the road st for
, ,9a news article in the papers about another 35 or.40 years. before s
one of the bridges to the Florida re-surfaced again? If the road is
Keys which had been replaced only a dy
year ago, was already beginning to the current re-surfacing : job is
.show signs of not being able to do completed, will. there be anything
-what it was designed to do. there except a 'two-trail road
Sit was designed to through the.dust if, we wait another ,
The bridge to the Keys was 35 or 40 years for a resurfacing job? c
: already beginning to crack and show We don't expect to have the road ,
'signs of deterioration which is not re-surfaced every 10 or so years. We c
-even beginning to bother the Brook- don't expect it to be four-laned, even b
lyn Bridge, even after 100 years of by the time it needs four-laning. We t
"-use. don't expect to have shoulders built n
.-- Then here in Gulf County, the along all of the road where a car can
unty Commission is becoming pull off when it gets into trouble. D
concerned because a newly paved -, We do expect that what IS done y
S -road is already being patched. As a to the road, be done in a competent c
:matter of fact, the new re-paving job' manner which will last until we can w
iJs at least three patches'built into get around to working on it again. C
-its. new surface. We counted this A slogan by a product on TV w
many just skimming over the road makes the statement, "Somebody s
Yast week and had travelled about did it right!" Why can't we say the t
half the distance of the new paving same thing about Highway 71
:Wefore it occurred to us to look for without having to raise a stink? C


r ^----------
As' the major part of its 25th
Anniversary issue, "Florida Trend" ma-
"gazine'lias identified and analyzed the
*i' :most rgnificant 10 events that shaped
Biggest t Florid~'over the past quarter century.
These' 10 events, selected by the editors
Events of. after j'thorough review of the state's,
Sbusiness'history, marked Florida's transi-
tion fr6m clodkicker to business power-
house.
Ury They are:
CenturY 1958: America's race for space is
Launched at Cape Canaveral.
1959: The rise of Fidel Castro sends
Cuba's professional class fleeing to Miami.-
1960: The Coca-Cola Company buys


A MAN'S WORLD



SB SHAHard PHANTRk
//n' .." B 'Y SHAD PHANTRY ,


I have a friend who has' the
worst luck in the world- and I
mean of anyone in the world
I 'it wasn't for bad luck he,
wouldn't have any luck at all.
He is one of the few people in
he world 'that has a small
loud following him around'
everywhere he goes. It even
rains on him when he's in the
shower.
It wasn't long ago that he,
was out of a job. At this
particular time he had been
out of work for about three :
months and was really trying
o find work, but he just had a
run of bad luck; it started the,
day he was born. Anyway, he:
finally located a job on a.
construction site and was
iappy just to be going to work.
Finally, he thought, some
good luck had come: his way.
He was hired to remove


ome excess brick from the:
op floor of the building to the,




LETTiE


-Minute Maid, setting the stage for large
corporations to take ,over the citrus
business.
1962: The Federal Reserve Board
rules against a secret merger that Florida
banks had been planning.
1965: Disney buys land to create a
Magic Kingdom in Orlando.
1966: The United States Senate forces
Ed Ball to start breaking up the Alfred I.
duPont Trust empire.
1967: Reapportionment pushes the
Pork Chop Gang out of Tallahassee's
Capitol hallways.
1968:. Thanks to Rep. Bob Sikes,
Florida reaches a peak of over 100,000
military personnel based in the state.


1974: The real estate crash catches
Florida without shelter.
- 1981: Drought turns Florida's atten-
tion to water problems.
Each of these events is analyzed and
put in a statewide perspective in a series of
ten full-length articles in the June issue of
"Florida Trend."
This special anniversary -issue is
available for $2.00 at many local news-
stands. Orders are also accepted by mail
to Circulation Department, Florida Trend,
P.O. Box 611, St. Petersburg, FI 33731.
Please send $2.00 cover price plus $1.50 for
postage, tax and handling. Annual sub-
scriptions (12 monthly issues) are also
accepted for $18.00.


was unaware that the bucket than I, so when I untied the and I, holding on with both
loaded with brick was heavier rope the bucket started down (Continued Oh Page 3)


ground three stories below.
His first day on the job,-
however, his good luck ran
out. As a matter of fact; it was
within his first hour that the
accident happened, and it was
a rather serious accident.
Later, when he was able, he
was required to file a detailed
accident report. It went 'like
this:
To get the brick from the top
of the building to the ground, I
devised a plan that I thought'
-would be fast and easy. I
nailed a wooden beam to the
side of the building and hooked
a pulley to it. I then put a
strong rope through the pul-
ley, attaching one end to a big
bucket and tying the other end
to a tree, with the bucket .at
the top of the building.
* I then went to the top of the
building and-loaded the bucket
'with brick. I then went downto
the tree and untied the rope. I


* 0.
*


Gulf Couity Never Did

Own State Highway 22
)ear Wesley: of. 22 that lies-within Bay
C. County than most people know
After reading this past about. They were pressured
week's article in the, Star ,into accepting, this I know
concerning returning gh- because at the same the State
nay 22 (thatn portion lying Road Dept., as it was called at
within Gulf County) to Gulf that time, tried the same
County, it's hard for 'e to pressure on the Gulf County
believe you can return Eome- Board consisting of Walter
thing to someone when they Graham, Silas Player, Rddy
ever owned it. It would fnake Pippin, Jimmy McDaniel, and
ust about as much seoege to myself. We told them, "It's
ay you were going tof give your baby, you care for it."
)anley, Furniture Co. back Bay County was told, "If you
our property for taxes be- want a segment of 231 paved
ause at one time they had! a and that portion of 98 known as
warehouse next door to6 you. bypass 98 or 15th Street paved,
hat I'm'trying to say is Gulf you will have to accept 22
County has never owned High- under your secondary road
way 22, the State built it' from maintenance." They were
tart to finish and it belongs to pressured into accepting, only
hem. towishlI aterthevhadnntlubeen


There's a lot more to Bay
County accepting that portion


so agreeable.
Leo Kennedy


This Black-eyed Susan Would Like to See A Little Rain


I Seem to 1

S I HAVE TO APOLOGIZE to
several people, and I don't really know
S~vo all they are.
S I have to apologize for not printing
;pictures of their activities last week. It
.Vas-one of those things which happen
!every so often. It was one of those
things we couldn't help here at The
tar, and one of those things which we
-don't like to happen. Nevertheless it
did.-Somehow or other. I'm not sure
vhat did happen only that it did.
': Most weeks we print about 10
percent of the pictures we take. In the
weeding out activities when the rolls of
Riegatives are developed, we might get
one'or two pictures to a roll that we use.
Sometimes it's more; sometimes it's
less.
.' This was getting to get to be
S: expensive, buying film for the pictures
1re didn't use.
So, just recently we started purchas-
ing film in bulk and winding up our own
S olUs in order. to save money. A roll of
S: flm. costs less than half as much as it
i lies off the store shelf when you do it
fy-way.
.The only problem is that you can't
a'- *S^ '


H ave Better Luck
really tell when you get to the end of a I'M G
roll unless you keep a close eye on the myself abc
camera counter.. This p
This situation caused -us to either went fishil
not put a roll of film in the camera, or had been f


Fishing

OING TO HAVE to consider
out half way retired, I guess.
past Friday, I took off and
ng. That's the second time I
fishingg during the month and


ETAONSHRDLU

By:Wt


the tail of a roll came loose and we
didn't know it. One or the other
happened and I didn't get some pictures
1 took.
SI know of pictures of the museum
wing dedication and. pictures for an
advertisement I didn't get. I think there
was one or two more pictures I didn't
get, too.
SFor these I apologize. I'll be a little
more careful in the future.


Than I Do

work day is it's sometimes hard to find
someone to go with you.
I'm not going to go fishing alone,
even if I have to just stay home.
/Both times this month, when I have


esley R., Ramsey
*


the first time on a work day. Goihg
fishing on a work day has been an
oddity in the past, but I think I'm goin
to do more of it in the future. When yoI
go fishing on a work day, there aren't a s
many boats and motors and riders on
the river and the creeks on a work day
as there are during a non-work day.i
Going twice in a month is a little bit
much, but I could get used to that, too
The thing about going fishing onh


gone fishing, we have caught fish.
I went fishing with Cecil Harrison
two weeks ago on a Saturday morning.
Since we caught an unusually large
number of large bream and shellcrack-
ers, I'll brag a little and tell you that we
caught 57 nice ones! There wasn't a
little one in the bunch. We culled them
pretty close.
Then this past Friday morning,


it Taking Pictures


Dick Lamberson and I went into
business conference up at The Fingers
and Little Brothers with a fly rod and
caught a nice'mess of fish. I won't say
how many here because there wasn't an
uncommon number of fish caught-
just that we caught a nice mess, and let
it go at that.
The point I'm getting around to
making is that I seem to be on a roll
with this fish catching. I am not going to
go bymyself. If I should get into trouble
up onthe creek or river, there would be
nobody to turn to. I'm not expecting to
get into trouble, but I just don't believe
in going alone and never have. Most of
the people I know who have drowned on
the river have been fishing by them-
selves.
So, if you feel like I do about fishing
alone andwant to make sure you catch
fish, I would ask me to go along if you
really want to go fishing.
When I go along on the fishing trip,
there are results! When I go along, fish
are caught.
I'm not bragging about my prowess


at fishing. I'm not that good, but so far
this year, each time I have gone fishing,
we catch fish. You can't argue with
that.

THE COUNCIL ON AGING picnic
seems to get bigger every year.
I went over to the picnic Friday to
take some pictures of the affair and
found Sheriff Ken Murphy and his gang
cooking dinner for the group.
This year, some 300 were served
fried mullet and everything which goes
with fried mullet, including after dinner
singing.
The picnic this year was held in the
park at the end of Fifth Street here in
Port St. Joe. Next year, it will be held in
Wewahitchka.
If we could just get as much
enthusiasm for other activities as the
elderly people put into their annual'
picnic, we would have a lively county
here in Gulf County. The elderly
support their activity and as a result
they all enjoy it. I can't say as much for
some of. the other activities which
should benefit our people.


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


June 2
June 3
June 4
June 5
June 6
June 7
June 8
June 9


High Low
3:59p.m. 2:30a.m.
4:30p.m. 2:48a.m.
4:32 p.m. 3:03 a.m.
12:04p.m. 2:41a.m.
10:24a.m. 1:28 a.m.
7:16 p.m.
9:56a.m. 7:34p.m.
10:08 a.m. 8:10p.m.
10:33a.m. 8:52p.m.


S.. T H E STAR POSTOFFICE BOX 308
ID W "INT H E. A PHONE 227-1278 SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
4 u aP" PORT ST.JOE, FLORIDA 32456 IN COUNTY-OISE YEAR, $800 SIX MONTHS, IN-COUNTY, $5.00
P' ublshedEteryThurday ofa8WlllnhA~msAvwem, PortSt.Jo, Floridal OUT OF COUNTY--ONE YEAR. $12.00 OUT OF U.S.-ONE YEAR, $14.00
ByThe StirPa* i CllngCo mpy .
SSecBd-CMasPostagePaldatPotSt.Joe, Floridda324s TO ADVERTISERS-In case of enor or omissions In advertisements, the publishers do not hold
S Wesley R. Ramsey ....Editor and Publisher SECOND-CLASS POSTAGE PAID themselvew Iu for damage further than amount received for such advenisement.
EWS William H. Ramsey Production Supt. AT PORT Sr. JOE, FLORIDA
FrencheTLh Ramsey.Office Manager Te p word is given scant attenton: the printed word is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word
e. Rms .............. e Maager barely a printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word I lost; me printed word remains.


I --


It



- --. I:


I~ I L ~


i W


IS
i -


I










THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1983 PAGE THREE


DinnerExpresses Appreciation To Volunteers
An appreciation dinner was' the'1982-83 school year to work time to work. iithe classrooms unteer program. To be eligible
given at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. with students in 'the county's or in a learning-related func- for this award the total
High School on Monday night three elementary schools. tion. Fourteen people con- number : of volunteer hours
to thank the parents who have The volunteers honored at tribute 760 hours at Port St. must equal twice the number
volunteered their time during the diner contributed their Joe Elementary; three pebopled of students enrolled iti-ftle Z
contributed 160 hours at High- school.
_________ land view; and 16 individuals
donated 1,782 hours at Wewa-. Janice Nelson received .
Fif S t ," hitchka Elementary. plaque from the Superintep-


Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Stree(-and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .'.'.. .... 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAYSC!,O.L CLASS .... .... 11:00 A.M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday.- 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229.6857


Wewahitchka Elementary.
Schoolwon the Golden School
awards in recognition arid ap-
preciation for their leadership.
and support of the school vol-


g
n
ii
tc

a
P
d
w
E
e
S(


The-First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

S2001 GARRISONAVE. --PORTST.JOE
invites You to Worship with Them
SErnest A. Barr, Past6r .
l SERVICES
SUNDAYSCHOOL .... .. .. 9:45 A.M
MORNING WORSHIP ...... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... 7.00 PM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT . . .. . 7 00 P M




,.nWe Want You
To Be A Part of
.The Friendly Place

BIBLE STUDY .......... 945AM
MORNING WORSHIP. 1100A M
CHURCH TRAINING .. ... ." 545 PM
EVENING WORSHIP .0...:,- 70P.M
WEDNESDAY ... ....7 0 P M.


Long Ave. Baptist Church
I* 1601 LONG-AVENUE
DANIEL W. DUNCAN MARK DONNELL
S Pastor .Minister of Music & Youth


dent, Walter Wilder, in I
preciafion for the 869 hours of
volunteer service she gave, at
Wewahitchka Elementary '
School during the 198;-83
school year. -,
:. -3,


Summer School


Sarts Monda

Summer school classes be- 'Highway 98 stops: Hi
;i' in' Port St. Joe Monday away Harbor, 28th Streeti6
morning with classes continu- Street, 98-corner of a o
ng through July 14, according Hill;
o school officials. Beacon Hill: 4th Street, 2nd
Classes will begin at 8:00 "Street'; -
.m., and continue until 1:00 St. Joe Beach: Ponce de '
.m. Monday through Thurs- Leon, corner Ala.-Columbus,
ay. : : ; corner 'Ala.-Pineda, corner
All summer school classes Ala.-Bay 'Street;' '
ill be held in the Port St. Jod Highland View: Elementary
elementaryy School as an. School, Baptist Church,
nergy-saving endeavor.
Bus schedule for Summer
school will be"as follows: ci...
,in il-.n -t 7-3f m a "


Avenue A., Apouo St., IN. rark
St., Avenue C, Battle St.,
Avenue- D, Main St., Avenue-
D.
Begin pick-up at 7:00 a.m.,
EDT:

Mrs. Hendrix
Hosts Women
The Mission Study Group
Two of the First United
Methodist Women me\ Mon-
day, May 16 at the home of
Mrs. Joe Hendrix with seven-
teen members and one .guest
present.
The meeting was opened
with a devotional and called to
order by Chairperson Mrs.
Edith Stone.
After the business session,
Mrs. Jimmie Spikes'presented
a most interesting program
which was enjoyed by all.
The meeting ended with the
Methodist Womens Benedic-
tion.


Replace your old room air conditioner with a

HIGH EFFICIENCY









Room Air Conditioner











*sIfi?( M',

Whirlpool Model AHF.-190-4
18,500/18,300 BTU/Hr.
HIGH-EFFICIENCY 3-speed fan d-way air oireciion control
Exhaust Control Fresh Air Controi Energy Saving Op-
tional Settings nelp reduce operating cost COMFORT
GUARD' control helps maintain the comfort level y.ur-select
AdluslaDie thermostat Slide-out Chassis 8:4 EER.

' SAE S A SALE PRICED AT $00





Whirlpoo ."
Model AHF-120-2
12,000 BTU/Hr. K
HIGH EFFICIENCY 115 volt Deluxe Front.
Energy Saving Options irntermiltent Ian ana aoa- ,
justable thermostal) 3-speed fan 2-way ai. :
direction Exhaust control COMFORT '-
GUARD' control helps maintain comlort level h i
you select Slide-out Chassis for faster In- I
stallation. ,
8.3 EER.


SALE PRICED AT $ ,0





ST. JOE HARDWARE
201 Williams Avenue *` Poart St.Joe Phone 229-8028


Janice Nelson receives a plaque of appreciation from
Walter Wilder,; Superintendent of Schools, in recognition of
869 hours which she Volunteered of her time at Wewahitchka
Elementary during the past school year.


Summ.erBand


Class Schedule


The Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
(Continued From Page 2) School Band Department has
I announced its schedule of
hands, started up. I summer classes to begin on
Half way up I met the Monday, June 6. This coming
bucket loaded with brick and school year will offer an
when we met, .it hit me and expanded program for the
dislocated my shoulder and band which will include both
fractured my left knee. When I beginning and intermediate
reached the top my fingers on classes for first year partici-
my right hand were drawn pants.
into the pulley, breaking two Those students who take
of my fingers and my thumb. summer classes should have
At this time the bucket; hit already signed up for interme-
the ground and the bottom fell diate band, and those students
out, causing all the brick to who wait until the fall to begin
come out. I was now heavier their lessons will be enrolled
than the bucket and I started- in beginning band.
back down. Half way, down All "iADtermediate band"
met the bucket again and tis students will begin their first
time it hit my right knee and band lessons on Monday, and
knocked my knee cap out of will follow the schedule of:
place, and almost completely Flutes, at 7:30 a.m. or 3:30
tore off my right ear. 1 p.m.; Clarinets, at 8:00 a.m.
continued downward and land,, or 3:00 p.m,; Saxophones, at
ed on top of the brik. Th 8:30 a.m. or 2:30 p.m.; Trump-
sudden stop fractured the ets, at 9:00 a.m. or 2:00 p.m.;
lower part of my back. I French Horns and Trom-
At this point I became bones, at 9:30 a.m. or 1:30
disoriented and let go of the p.m.; Drums, at 10:00 a.m. or
rope. The bucket then fell and 1:00 p.m.; and those who
hit me on the head. The next missed their regular time at
thing I remembered was 10:30 a.m. All :the above
waking up in thehospital., sessions will meet for thirty
He then signed the report : minutes on Mondays and
and added this P.S.: "I don't Wednesdays. Students are to.
believe this accident was my select morning or afternoon'
fault." sessions depending on which is,
You know what? I don't most convenient for them. In
either!! addition to those sessions,
there will be full band rehear-
jt'+ '''~' sal for these students on
Tdepdays from 1:00-2:00 p.m.
Classes in Improvisation
ahdo Music Theory will be
offered for students with one
or tore years experience on


Tuesday and Thursdays at
9:00 a.m., and private instruc-
tion will be scheduled for
Tuesday and Thursdays.
Any students who are taking
the summer classes and do not
have instruments as of yet
should go by the band room as
soon as possible and get the
necessary information from
Mr. Land. Any students or
parents who have questions
should phone Mr. Wayne
Land, Band Director, at the
High School or at home
(229-6262).

STOKES PLUMBING CO.
State Registered
648-8353
4*I 5"9


NEW BETHEL

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





You r insurlanpur
10obe. Whe~n',lp '"
S\ch.hsedd i nce h& e riouni was prob-'
ably deer ed by yo y e at
that me."


Ae a. n-I Io V n eds
F.e, 'p..pie u I vc boa.hi a rI$000
Lher, T:I 'e i- e &arne C rool Wrealpo











G00D RI ENDS FOR LIFE
LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
A TORCHMARK COMPANY



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




S. J. "SMILEY" ANCHORS


NOW OPEN IN PORT ST. JOE


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


: CUMBAA MEMORIAL SERVICE
Harry ahd Sybil Cumbaa
Owners


Telephone
I 904/1 :.
I 22948932-
Nights and '
1 after 5 p. i.
S227-1436



E
Carl Goodson,
Manager '


V -


ASHLIE VINSON


Ashlie Vinson
Marks Birthday
On May 30, Miss Ashlie
Vinson, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David A. Vinson of
Mexico Beach, celebrated her
third birthday with a swim-
ming party at. her home.
There were games, toys,
candy, cake, and ice cream
for everyone. Those attending
were: her mother, father, and
brother Allen of Mexico
Beach; Hazel Wyman of St.
Joe' Beach; Marcia, 'Holly,
'Dana, and Johnothon Stripling
of White City; Barbara, Chris-
topher, Bryan, and. David
Urquhart of Tyndall Air Force:
Base; John,; Eileeni, Johno-
thon, Joey, and June Trimbull,
of Tyndall Air Force Base;
Demecia Jordan and Sabrina
Warren of Mexico Beach; and
special guests. from Monte-
view, Idaho were Elder John
Tomlinson and Sister Gena
Tomlinson who are mission-
aries for the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints.


Home Mission Day
The- Women's Home and
Foreign Mission Society of
Philadelphia Primitive Bap-
tist Church will be observing
"Home Mission Day" on Sun-
day,: June 5th at-11:00 A.M.
The guest speaker for the
hour will be Mrs. Maxine K.
Gant... ..' : :
The public is invited to come
out and. take part in this
worship service.


y JUNE VALUE

Complete Home Furnishings. F RSPREE O'SALE



Ji.jSO, YOUR CHOICE VITA-PEDIC
ROYALE -CENTENNIAL OR IMPERIAL -

You could pay more but you couldn't ONE LOW PRICE
. _.-__ .,__. -+,,,_+,._ = .... ONE90Oaa


GREAT SELECTION Your Choice B
STYLES AND Your hoice
FABRICS ALL YU 49
HAVE NNERSPRING Jamison Sleeper c 4A9A
. MATTRESSES FINANCING AVAtLABLIE_


IlnbaallltaarasclollInll~lrd~.~clalsrblr


~~~,n.~larn.lVIV)II"I.)I*.,IIUP,~,lla9


.->-* ^ -*'wW


ksegin picK-up aL t:uv am.;

























































































*.




.i"










7: .
; 2

o- .




. h"



. ,' .-

...
.'.'
'- _i


- 1 o ;

- -'.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1983


12 Locals WillMinister


In Pennsylvan a for Week
:First Baptist Church will bers have volunteered to give evangelism. The special ser-
conduct a special "Commis- ten days of their time to go to vice will consist of total
ioning Service" Sunday even- New Castle, Pennsylvania to missionary emphasis and will
ohig, June 5F during the regular do door to door religious conclude with a special prayer
Worship h6ur. Twelve mer- 'surveying, and one on odie session.
-Several Southern Baptist
churches throughout; lFfida
are sending volunteers to g6 to
the New Castle area during
phrpoise is to plant a Southern'
Ba huptistf church in a town of
4,00 0 population and a county
'it excess of 100,000, that does
not now have a Southern
Baptist church.
I.: Those going from First
Baptist are: Bill "Parker,
Mr arker, Charles Cloud,
Betty Cloud, Bobby Teat,
Michelle Teat, Alan Richard-
son, Frank Wimberly, "Red"
Sizemore, Dessie Lee Parker,
: Ahn Kembro, Ron' Kegley, Sr.
All who believe in mission
-'-"work (regardless of faith) and
"' would like to ;let. the .'above
volunteers know, you support
them in prayer are encour-
aged to attend the "services.
Time will be 7:30 P.M., and a
nursery will be provided:..

ftoLuncheon

honors June
Frnli .uwflinm Min Dsnp


roud to announce
sent and approach
e of her daugi
imberly Dupre
franklin William
.nof Mrs. Anti M
'rim is a 1983
rt St. Joe J
&hool, and is pre
oyed with Ear.
e. She is also t


uaaw V.


i mu uUpree


To Wed
Harper is of the late Ralph M. Dupr
Sthe engage- Frankie is a 1982 graduate
ching marri- Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. H
hter, Donna School, and is presently e
e, to Jay played with St. Joe 'Macll
is, Jr., the Company.
. Sealey and The wedding is planned
July 2 at 6:00 at the L
graduate of Avenue :Baptist Church.
r.-Sr. High reception will follow in
esently em- church' fellowship hall.
ley's Hard- friends and relatives i
he daughter invited to attend.


Porcelain Doll Class


June 14 & 21 6-10 p.m.
Ceramic Craft Center
316 Reid:Ave., 229-6106 ..-
Class Fee $30
Includes Doll, Firing, and.Paints Used In Class. Will be.
Taught by DEBIE ANDERSON. Fee must be paid by
June 6, 1983. 5,/2


- W UIL-


#ride-elect
'A Bridal Luncheon honoring
Miss Joan Presley, fiancee of
SBruce May, was given at the
e Gulf Sands Restaurant by
Sgh Mrs. J. Lamar Miller, Mrs.
m- Joe Hendrix, and Mrs. Silas
me Stoneon Saturday, May 14.
,The center table was de-
for coated with an ,arrangement
of: purple and lavender beard-n
g ed iris mixed'with shrimp
the plant blossoms, and contained
Allhe a mammoth claim shell. Along
All th side tables, coordinating
are she]l arrangements were
spaced with the straw mats
add napkins in the prospective
bride's chosen 6oloi'-s
Miss Presley was presented
a lovely silver bowl by the
hostesses.
Special guests were Mrs.
Doris Presley, mother of the
ride from Tampa, and Mrs.
"'David May, mother of the
groom.
Covers were laid for 23
friends and relatives of the
bride and groom, who plan to
,be! married on June 11 in
Tampa.


w WIVIarry
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rhodes of her sophomore year at Old
Alexandria, Virginia, proudly Dominion University in Nor-
announce the engagement and'. folk, and Stephen is a Special-
upcoming wedding of tolir r.,jst Five in the U.S..Army
.daughter, Derial Chaton, t6o M'.edical Corp at Fort Belvoir,
Stephen E. Osborne, son of Va ..
Mr.' and Mrs.- Charles A. The wedding.will take place
Osborne of Port St. .Joe. at Fairfax Chapel, Fort Bel-
Derial has just completed voir, Va. at 1:30 P.M., July 16.


PATTY.BROWNr -GLEN WALDO

Couple to Wed
Glenn E.eWaldo and Patty J. St. Joe Beach behind the
Brown request your..piritual. Wonder Bar following the
or physical presence t the .cremoy. .-
unitino nf their lives iut* h 'm9ny.


Don't Forget Tillie!


24 Hpur convenience statewide



Great 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


PAGE FOUR


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee
Farmer, Jr. of Port St. Joe
have announced the birth of
their daughter,. Tammetrius
Robdricka, on May 12 'at
Tyndall Air Force Base. Sh9
weighed 6 lbs. 12 ozs.: '
Temmetrius is the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Led Lewis, Sr. of Port
St. Joe, kMrs. Lillie Mae
Russell of Panama)City, and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee
Farmer, Sr. of Port St. Joe.


IAnda Herring Robert White :n

'Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. James Her-, the groom elect is presently
ring are proud toannounce the employed with- the St. Joe
engagement and approaching Paper Company.
marriage of their daughter, The wedding will take place
Linda Ann, to Robert C. White, onJulylat 6:00 p.m. (EST) at
son of Mrs. Carolyn M. White the Constitution Monument. A
and the la1e Mr. Hugh White, reception will be immediately
Jr., all of Port St. Joe. following the ceremony at the
Presbyterian Church.
The bride and groom elect No local invitations are'
are bQth 1978 graduates of being sent, but all friends and
Port St. Joe High School, and relatives are invited to attend.


PORT RAIT


PACKAGE SPECIAL


2 -5x7's
8-Wallets


THE LEARNING CENTER
Saturday, June 11 Hours 10 to 4
- 706 Woodward Ave. Port St. Joe.
... 1 .. .. .. .. I ,


matrimony on June 12, at 2:00
p.m. CST at Christ Unity
Church, 513 Satsuma Avenue,
Panama City. i
They would like to, share
their joy with all their friends.
There will be a reception 'bn


NEW HOURS,


Effective June 1 st...

The Main Branch and the

Beach Facilities will close on

Wednesday at ] :00 P.M.

All other Hours will remain

the same.


U


BLACK & DECKER

12 Volt Car Vac


White Toilet

Seat


ot4L.~


H y9,Uln VeP292


'.5
"5'


I A
'I


S


~'~1
Sf-



I-""

~

'~)1

VI.'r** ';..5'
















14


UNCLE HENRY/LB7

LOCK-BACK KNIFE
i -


LUFKIN-NICHOLSON





" ~ ''


Graduation
Held for

Child Center
The Gulf County Child De-,
velopment and Learning Cen-
ter held its 1983 graduation
I exercises Wednesday, June
* 1st at 7:00 p.m. in the
Washington Recreation Cen-
ter. The folloWing' five year
Oldss graduated and will be
entering kindergarten this
fall: LaTonya Bailey, Sheteta
Chambers, Felecia' Gathers,
Tony Givens, Leon Hutchins,
Angel King, Germaine Larry,
Cameron Likely, LaTrina Mc-
Neal, Chaka Speights, Chris
Williams, and Erica Williams.
Open house was held iife-
diately following the' cere-
mony. Special items present-
'ed during the open house were
graduating students' work and
the center's scrap ,book.


is
5.

Plus.Tax


1


r.












Vacation Bible Sphool

At LongAvenue Baptist
Long Avenue Baptist be held at Long Avenue
Church invites all children Baptist Church ona Monday
S and youth, preschool through through' Friday evenings,
.12th grade, to come betapart June'6 though 10 from 6:30 to
6t its Vacation Bible School 8:30 P.M. Graded classes will
Parade and Carnival this be available for preschool
Saturday, June 4, from 10:00 children through High School
A.M. to 1:00 P.M. youth. There will be Bible
The Parade will begin at the study, music time, refiesh-
Long Avenue Baptist Church. ments, and craft each even-
,arking Lot at 10:00 A.M. It ing.
will follow a path along Long' Plan to be a: pirt of the
Avenue, 20th Street, Garrison parade, carnival, andVaca-
Avenue, and 8th St. Childi"ren tion Bible School .at ILong
i are encouraged to ride their Avenue Baptist Church!
bikes and prizes will be
awarded for best decorated
bicycle and automobile enter-
ed in the parade. The church
van and other automobiles.
will be available to ride in, '
also.
After the parade, everyone
is invited to come to the FREE i
carnival in the Long Avenue
Baptist Parking Lot. Attrat-
tions will include the Moon-
Walk, a Dunking Machine, .
free balloons, and free hot
dogs and cokes.
Vacation Bible School will
mmmi~~mml wa. : : 1


Varied S inierAnlties lP'ograms

PlannedfoirY61uthmtlBC'


He's the One...Jesus! will be
the theme for the Summer
1983 Youth Program at Long
Avenue Baptist Church. A full
range of activities, both spi-
ritual and recreational, have
been planned by the church
including: weekly Bible study
and prayer times, working in
backyard Bible clubs in the
Mexico Beach area, a youth-
led Revival in July, presenting
a Youth musical by the Youth
choir, conducting worship ser-
,vices at the State Park, an
overnight Lock-In. swimming


parties, after church fellow-
ships, and a Tubing trip. .
These activities, along withil
the church's regular pr
grams of Sunday School an.'
Church Training will provide'
the youth with a good balance
of "fun" as well as spiritual,
nourishment during the sumi
mer months.
All youth, grades seven
through 12, are invited to
attend and be a part of thes.
activities at Long Aven-e
Baptist Church.


ImTH ANNOUNCEMENT
' Bobby and P-yllis Kennedy
are proud to announce the
birth of their daughter,
Jessica Lauren Kennedy, on
hpril 29, at Tallahassee. She
weighed six pounds, nine
olances.
S Proud grandparents are
'ay F. Pridgeon and Rubylee
Kennedy, both formerly of
Port St. Joe. Great grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
IFridgeon, Sr. of Port St. Joe
and Mr. and Mrs. Ferrin
Rogers of Tallahassee. Great
great grandmothers are Mrs.
Estelle Pridgeon of Wewahit-
chka and Mrs. Ruby Sharit of
Tallahassee.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1983


PAGE FIVE


Last week, The Star ran pictures of the third grade classes of Port St, Joe Elementary
School touring the City Hall. One roll of film was lost last week, and one class was not depicted.
Shown above Is the third grade class of Mrs. Sylvia Costin who also took the field trip. The class
read The Star from cover to cover last week looking for their picture, which wasn't there.
Sorry, kids! -Star photo


Z KATIE KILBOURN

Katies Two
Katie Kilbourn 'celebrated
Usher second birthday on Sun-
|day, May 8th. She is -the
daughter of Mark and Laura
$Kilbourn. -
1 Katie was honored with a
5"Kitten" party on Saturday,
May7th, at her "Memaw" and
,"Papa" Kilbourn's home on,
gWestcott Circle. Present were-
!Mndy and Craig Philli, aind
S|Chad Allen.' ,
Grandparents are Mr. and
. d, tMrs. C. V. Kilbourn, and
,Sonny Burnette.


SPublicNotices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
S TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
PULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 82 240
BIG BEND PRODUCTION CREDIT
ASSOCIATION. "

WALTER M KITCHENS and Wife.
MILDRED B. KITCHENS: RANDY D HALL
and Wile. EUZABETH B HALL.
SDelendanis.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 45
Notice is given pursuani to Final Judg-
ment dated May 23. 1983. in Case No.
82-240 of the Circuit Court of the Four.
leenih Judicial Circuil in and for Gulf.
County. Florida. in whicn BIG BEN|D PRO-
DUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Is the
Plaintiff ana WALTER M. KITCHENS and
MILDRED B. KITCHENS. and RANDY D.
HALL and ELIZABETH B.rHALL are the
Defendants. I will sell to thb highest and-
best bidder for cash in the lobby at the-
main door ofl the Gullf County'Courthouse
In Port St. Joe, Gull County, Florida, al
11:00 a.m. on June 17, 1983, the following
described property set forth Inilhe Order
of Final Judgment.
: Parcel No 1" Filly i50) feet in a
square with all improvements
Ihereon on the South side of Lol Six-
S teen (16). Block F- of Bay View
Heights., according to the official
map on file in the office ol the Clerk
of Ihe Circuit Court. Gull County.
Florida.
Parcel No. 2" Tne North Half of Lol
Sixteen (16). BlocK F" of Bay View
Heights. a subdivision of the Souln
Half of Lils 11 and 12. Original in
Seclion26. Township 7South. Range
11 West. according to the official
map on file in the Office of the Clerk
of the Circuil Court. Gulf County.
Floriaa
Dated May 23,1983.
JERRY GATES,,.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By/ Is/Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
DONNA JEAN WIEHAUS of
Walker & Wiehaus
Post Oflice Box 50
Monticello. Florida 32344
(904) 997-2559
Attorneys for Plaintiff ,
2t612
. FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Seclton 86509. Florida Statules, the
undersigrfed persons intend to register
.wflh the Clerk of Ihe Circuit court. Gulf
County. Florida, four weeks after the first
publication of this notice, the fictlllous
name or trade name under which they will
be engaged in business and In which said
business is to De carried on. lo-wit
BLUE BAY RESTAURANT .
412 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
s/ Michael & Teresa Lowry .
4tc 5126

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
-" IN RE: The Marriage of .
ROGER LEE GABLES, Husband .
-. Petitioner, ,
And
LYDIA FRALICK WOODARD'GABLES,
Wife, Respondent.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Lydia Fralick Woodard Gables
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Petition.for Dissolution of Marriage has.
been filed against you anrd you are re-
quired to serve a copy-of your Answer or
other response to the Petition on Petition-
er's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ.,
321 Reid Avenue
P. 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof in the Circuit
Court .Clerk's Office, Gulf County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or before
the 30th day of June; 1983. If you fall to do
so, a Final Juagment for the relief sougnt
S may be granted by default.
( DATED this the 2nd day of June, 1983.
JERRY GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Byr Isl Topya Knox, Deputy Clerk ,
4t812,,


Urderwear that's fun to wear! I

LADIES SWIM SUITS

WOND.. 'W E DANSKIN SWIM SUITS OF ANTRON i
WONDER WOMEN NYLON AND LYCRA SPANDEX.
0NIFROOS E 'Si JAM\ AC*CrnrrT crvI cc


IIlOULA.. MUMli, o I nfu I Un .u ULJ VVMLL I t nru. J.0 .f.. .-
COMPARE DOLLARS & ENERGY SANDALS REG. 2.97 IN SIZES
S, SIZES: 48 x 63 VO R HOIE I 2/4, 4/6x, 7/10
48 x 84 YO UR ,-E
S50x 84;BEACH COMBERS
ASST COL RS
MENS ARE BLUE,
S-ALLWITH NKLON REG-0

I : REG. 11.9 [ IN ASST. SIZES. 3 97



WOVEN POT COVER STATIONERY ACCESSORIES GLASS TUMBLERS
PLASTIC LINER' COASTERS, NOTE PADS, RECIPE AIi 92 3 9& 5 Z17
I! FITS UP TO CARDS & MAGNETIC NOTE PADS. BlG & 2 L Z
S -5" POT YOUR CHOICE TUMBLERS


I1 1M IVIN MANY AOOUI u TLEO t OI|
AND COLORS. *i
/L /-,. SIZES S-M-L *


is


'i


77-


;j










THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


PAGE SIX-


MS CHRISTIFOSTER
JAe Migs Mixico-Beach


41. .
ii'




Z.

tv",


Pe
MISS KIM MICHELLE DAVIS
l 1st Runner-Up Little Miss Mexico Beach '


More Pictures of


Mexico Beach Beauties 4
In last Week's edition of, were Miss Monica "Berge on
The Star, the-winners of the and Miss Monica French, ies- '.,_ .
Miss Mexico Beach crown and pectively. "
of -the Young Miss Mexico The Miks- Mexico Bepch .
Beach title were shown. They pageant is held each year in .


beaches Ling iumg rieta, M
held to highlight the anrfual
fishing tournament in jthe
coastal town of Mexico Beach.
, Four categories were offered
this year: Miss Mexico Beach,
Young Miss Mexico Beach, .
Pee Wee Miss Mexico Beach
.ind Little Miss Mexico Beach, .
-ith' a field of 35 young titles ..
vying for the crowns. '
. Shown in the accompanying .
photographs are the winners '
and 1st runner-ups in three of MISS S'
the categories. I st Runner-U



Thanks from Sr. Citizens


The Gulf County Senior'
Citizens Association wishes to
extend -sincere thanks "and
appreciation to the merchants
and businesses listed belo ,
for their support and coopera-
tion in supplying door prizes
for -the Sixth AnnuaFl ior
Citizens Picnic:
Campbell's Drugs,' Rexall
Drugs, St. Joe Drugs, Hedy's
Florist, Rachel's Florist, De-
. corator Den, St. Joseph Flow-
ers, Betty's Beauty. Shop,
Aliene's Coiffures, Lucille's
Beauty & Fashions, '.Glad's
'Back Yard Beauty Shop,
Perfect Image, Badcok Fur-
niture, Ace Hardware, Hurl-
I


but's Hardware, Thames Jew-
-elers, St. Joe Motor Co., The.
Star, Bill's Dollar Store, St.
Joe Furniture, Hannon's In-
surance, Gilmore Funeral
Home, Gospel Book Store,
Western Auto, Rubber House,
Saveway, David Rich's IGA,
Piggly Wiggly, Earley's Hard-
ware, Adult School, Glenn's
Barbeque, Pauline's Restaur-
ant, Terry's Fried Chicken,
Gulf Pines .Hospital, Bay St.
Joseph Care Center, Florida
National Bank.
A special thanks to the
people who gave of their time
and talent to entertain at the
picnic: Janet Hogan, Cindy


NOIE


FULL-TIM
WAN'
Call 22


IE COO
TED
9-6864


y t~. X V &~ri e cnter.
/ *, ". ,* : "' ,


220 Ninth Street Port St. Joe



EXTENDED CARE FACILITY


Open House.

Sunday, June 5th, 1-6 p.m.

The Staff at Bay St. Joseph Care Center cordially
invites everyone in the community to
"drop by. and'take a look"
at the new facilities.
RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY t 1:00 -
SREFRESHMENTS-WILL BE SERVED-

New, skilled and semi-skilled facility in country'setting
Private and semi-private accommodations
No waiting period
24 hr./dayR.N. supervised care.
Physic ian on call 24 hrs./day -
Three A.D.A. Dietician planned meals served every day
Careful attention giver to ,special diets -
Pharmacy services '
Podiatry services
Physical Therapy services
Dental services .
Laboratory services
Ambulance serve with transfer.agreements with local
hospitals ,
Beauty and barber shop
Medicare Medicaid licensed upon.completion


)K The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. ineets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.
can Vet- There will be a regular com-
apter 62. 'munication of Port St. Joe
Monday Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every
m. at St. first and third Thursday at
'tfc6/4 8:00 p.m.
Sssin GUERRY MELTON, W.M.
mission- Jo ; p i, .
d View JoePippinSec.
ill have The V.F.W. Post 10069, John.,
the first C. Gainous holds its meeting
h at 7:30 every second Tuesday and the
nt. fourth Thursday at Motel St.
tfcll/4 Joeat7:30p.m. tfcll/4,


WORSHIP SERVICE .....
CHURCH SCHOOL .
CHOIR REHEARSAL ( eanesday)
!


9.00 A.M., C.S.T.',
1. 0:00 A.M., C.S.T.
6:00 P M., C S T.


Griffith, Jean Ethridge, Tal-
madge Kennedy, "Norman
Striplin, Rev. David Fernan-
dez, Mrs. David Fernandez,
Robert Davis, Victor Johnson,
Ethel Byrd Allen.




Moths have eyes that are
composed of hundreds of.
individual seeing units.


Gnku-
'TIFi^ l


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


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


PORT ST. JOE
LOTS 2 lots al Panrr BI.d. &81h S .
$17 500
9tin Sl darnm 2 oa 30,000.00


WARD RIDGE 205 Tapper. Dr.. 3V
Ddrm 1'. be olock nose. only
S36000
103 Yaupon. 3 tdim 2 DA. I cary
garage. screened Dich 159 50000..
Sc: AinCSi I i"*. m I UA &icinn U


5 2 6i1n S1 3 vdr ff-, a $39 400
---- SPECIAL I HOWARD CREEK
1301 Long Avenue. 2 bdrm., 1 be. 2 lors, 2 oa.rr 1 bea railer. 18 700.00.
Sden. .000.00. | SQuirrel Ave I acre 2 barro. 1 ta.
SmoDle nome, 3 vells, $23,500 00
1610 Long A e d od',n m Iba Reduc. w ? 11 r
Go bDeer Ave.?-Ig., 7 .bdrm., 2 bae.
--- $38.00000 Owner inancnng


5158inSt 3barm I Da 12500000
Duplex Long Ave 2 Ddrm. I ba ir.
eacr unl 1$45.000 ain gooi owr.er
linancrg _____
104 Yaupon. 3 dr'm 2 ba Drick ap.
orox 7 yrs ola. S65 0000
106 Mimosa. ricH d yrs o j Dairi
2 ba en.$ 65000C0 9', mrlg ol -
$42 000 C,0
619 Marvin Ave 3 Ddim I'a ba ,
$33.40000 ______
706 Wooaoara.. 4 'airm 2 om .
$2750000 ____
Very Exclusive rouse 3 odrm'. 2.ba.
*ricaK 5 Ysola S69.00000
1912 Juniper A ,e .13 odirr, Il Da
44 000 00


WEWAHITCHKA_
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES acre
liacis or. ine Cfeek. oriny 130000
dobn beauliuil lana inlh oak ieies
and rolling rils
Reslaurani, well establisnea *itn
local clientele. Near coast-'o- hun-
Iang. tisnihg area. gooc *:asn flow,'
w Aont- inanc.ng nvallaDle nouse rin-
cluaea 113500000
30 Acres near ine Ciy iumils iear tor
a6nelopmnent
FOR RENT
Overstreet 3 barm 2 bp 35000
month. -A .
Duplex, Long Ave., 2 bdrm.; .1 ba.',
$250.00 month..,, ,


OPEN HOUSE

Gulf Aire TOwnhomes
Sunday afternoon ", -
12 to 5 p.m.
S"t ..* . '- "


ERA PARKER REALTY, Realtor

SHy. 98 AD o THANKS ach, Florida
648-5777 or 1/luu-of,--,-,. Je Florida)
1/800-342-6692 (Inside Florida)




CREEKWOOD


beautiful Wetappo
Creek development
(site of the
old Boy Scout camp)


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

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


Paved streets
Underground
ties


utili-


V2 Acre or more lots
Plan approval re-
quired
Street lights
Paved boat ramps


-if


MISS RACHEL HIGDON
e Wee Miss Mexico Beach


'U
.1
~ ~er


: A N: PARENTS & STUDENTS
Computer Classes Start June 6.9:00 A.M.,
EST. Don't delay, register now~$50.00 for 48
:'hours of instruction is the bargain of the
year. July classes now forming.
The Gulf County Computer Club meets the
2nd Monday of each month..-.Meet other
computer users and shareopur experience.
INTERNATIONAL COMPUTERS"
Americus & Desoto. -
St.Joe:Beach, Florida -
: .648-8484
^f .. .. ;-;S;S;^::.


The Disabled Amerin
erans, Port St. Joe Cha
will meet. the first
each month at 7:30 p.r
Joe Motel.
,. The Board of Comi
ers of the Highlan
Water Department w
its monthly meeting I
.Tuesday of each'month
p.m. at the Water Pla


SENIOR CITnIZ NS

HEARING TESTS SET

PORT ST. JOE ',,
Hearing tests using electronic equipment will be given on
Wednesday, June 8,1983, from 9 A.M. to 2 P.M. Florida
licensed hearing aid specialist will be here.
These tests have been set because many senior citizens
suspect they have trouble hearing and UNDERSTAND-
ING. Use of the latest electronic equipment will indicate
whether there is such a problem and if it can be elec-
tronically helped. Some of the causes of hearing loss will
be explained, and diagrams of how the ear works will be
available for those interested.

Everyone, especially older citizens and/or those who
have been exposed to LOUD NOISES, should have their
hearing tested electronically at least once a year. If there
is trouble at all hearing clearly, even those who wear
hearing aids and those told nothing could be done should
have a test with the latest method of hearing correction.
'iThe electronic hearing test will be given on Wednesday,
June 8, from 9 AM. to 2 P.M. at Campbells Drug Store,
'Port St. Joe, Florida.
Appointments for Wednesday can be arranged by calling
,227-1224. We urge you to bring someone with you!!
Please Call for An Appointment to A.oid If waiting


Campbell'sDrug Stoer

Port St. J6e, Florida


irst; U'.ildM'eodaJs CLuh,.
Constltutio0 and Monument Ave.
,PortS Joe, Florida
JIMMYSPIKES, Minister

CHURCH SCHOOL 9.45 A M
MORNINGWORSHIP ..... ........ ... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ...................... 7:30 P.M.
METHODISTYOUTH FELLOWSHIP ........... 6:30 P.M.
'CHOIRREHEARSAL,(Wdnesday) .......... 7:30 P.M.
____________-I --------- -- ------


For Sale by Owner 1110 Palm Blvd.
C 9 Port St. Joe
Call 9041968.5464, Pensacola tfc9-30


i4


























4
*:


''


THURSDAY. JUNE 2. 1983


ViNO N- W' .1 A9 EWA'
MISS CHRYSTINA MARQUARDT
1st Runner-Up Pee Wee Miss Mexico Beach


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
22nd Street Mexico beach
CHARLES M PARKER, Minister


Iq cnjiJ tio wi ineufa












THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. JUNE 2. 1983 PAGE SEVEN


E House at Howard Creek, on
C Duck Ave., deep well, shady
fenced yard. $14,000. Call
229-6310 or 229-8839. tfc 6/2
Large 3 bdrm. house with
many nice features on 4 lots,
on Searcy St. at White City.
Shrubbery, fruit 'trees and
barn. Call 2294065. 4tc 6/2
Land for Sale: % acre close
:-to Chipola River, has a deep
:weel- and slhd. $5,800 firm.
':Ca 639-5263. 2tc6/2
Two lots for sale by owner.
: 10'xl00' each, 1 with garage, 1
:ivth well. Call 648-5151 or
485853. 2tc5/26
75'x175' lot on Marvin Ave.
"-'hone648-8972 tfc 7-15

SBest Buy on Mexico Beach:
:Furnished home, a/c & ceiling
: ans,"'-2 bdrm., 2 bai. on
:i00'x145' lot. f2'x24' Fla. rm
jv/wet bar, sodded yard, all
-enced, paved drive, ex. Ig.
l6'x32' block garage with 110&
220 v. elec. 4 blocks from
'beach, .$30,000.00. Call 648-

Business lot, west corner of
:Hwy. 71 and Reid Ave., Port
19t. Joe. Call 229-8771. tfc 3/31


Large 2 bedroom house, oni
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 2298346 after 6
p.m.





CJ5 Jeep, $400; 4 wheels, 6
lug mags, $100. Call 2294310 or
229~8839. tfc6/2
1973 Chevrolet Malibu, new
tires, 4-door; 1975 LTD 2-door.
Good cond, power steering..
Call 2294-8507.
1979 Ford LTD HII, midnht
blue, auto., a/c, good "'6cnd6 ,
$3,500. Negotiable, call
653-2161 day and 653-8055
nights, ask for Paula. 2tp 6/2



' LOST: Black purse in Save-
way. If anyone finds it, I would
like my pictures, licenses &
cancelled credit cards.
Thanks. Call 229-8351. Itp6/2


Two bdrm., 1 ba., double garage & storage bldgs. on Ig.:
fenced in lot, 1314 Garrison 'Ave. $29,500.
Two' bdrm., 1 ba. house on. corner lot, Oak Grove.
-$25,500., .
Two bdrm., 2 ba. house on 2 lots'facing Hwy. 98 and,
overlooking the Gulf at St. Joe, Beach. Beach across
hwy. cannot be built on. Only $56,000.
Facing' the bay, 107.Highway 98, Highland View. Two
bdrm., 1 ba. with Ig; liv. rm., spacious kitchen w lots of
cabinets & appliances, 2 Fla; porches, cen. h&a. 2 lots
enclosed with chain link fence, underground sprinkler
'system, also .large 2 car garage. $39,000.00 with
$20,000.00 assumable mortgage at 9'/"2%.
Large-4 bdrm..,3 ba brick Rome ih'excellenr neighbor- "
hood. Central heat and air. Fireplace and many extra
features. By appointment only. ;,' : -
3 bdrm., 1 ba.' masonry home with; carport on 1g. lot in :
good neighborhood $33,500.00.

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


3 odrm. 1/2 ba. brick, home
furnished, cen. h&a, screened
tlion home or rental Invest:

t Hwy. 98'- 2 newly con-
stilted 4 bdrm., 2 ba. beach-
Unfurnished $79,000. Fur-
14,500. -:. .
I-2 bdrm., stilt house on
ft. Furnished, $38,000.
r.-Stone & cedar, 3 bdrm.,
thedral ceiling, skylights,
many extras. Owner must
uced,-$76,000.' .:
ve.-2 bdrm.; 'Ig. screen
place, carpet, storage bldg.
bdrm., 1 ba. 'on 75'xI2'
, $36,000. Assumable mor-
of Hwy. on 34th St.
x each unit has 3bdrm., 2
3.00 ea.
2 bdrm.. 1 ba., cath: ceiling,
furnished, $45,000. .
S42d St.-2 bdrm;, 1 ba..
$63,5.00. 00, financing avall.
Circle Dr.-3 bdrm.,2 ba.
porch, furnished. $79,000.
available.
& 24th St.-2nd lot from
with fireplace,3 bdrm.r 2
0.
SCircle Dr.-3 bdrm., 2 ba.
e, Includes all appliances,
furnished, only 3 yrs. old.
nancing available.
,43rd St.-3 .bdrm., 2 ba.
m canal, ex. stor. bldgs.
verlooks Gulf. $69,500.
-3 bdrm., I ba. nice brick
fflclency apt. adjoining on
. $79,000.
3 bdrm., 2 ba., '2 story
size 75'x100' $46,000.
42nd St. Townhouses. 2
ba. Newly constructed, 3
00 ea. Owner finan. avail.
3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick wl
stor. house, $60,000.
Subd.-3 bdrm., 1 ba., with
& shade trees, heat pump,
39th St. with terrific'view
bdrm., 2 ba. stilt house,


For Rent: 2 bdrm. furnished
12'x52' mobile home, real nice;
$175 per month at Jones
Homestead. Call 229-8669.
2tc 6/2.
Mobile Home lot at Beacon
Hill for rent or lease, 2 blocks
from beach. Call 648-8582.
2tp6/2
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


Mobile homes for rent by the
month. Travel trailers for rent
day,-week or month (2 day
minimum). Rustic Sands'
Campgrounds, 15th St., Mex-
clo 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.




3 ton Fedder air conditioner,
excel. for mobile home. $250.
Call 648-8562. ltp


Oriental rug, 13'xl9', 50
years old, wool, multi-colored,
$1,200.00. Call 648-5225.
1976 15' Glastron baot, walk-
thru *windshield, -fold-down
seats. 85 h.p. Mercury motor,
heavy duty galvanized trailer,
good cond. 229-8507. Itp
SMaple buffet with antique
wood finish. Great storage
piece for dining room, den, or
bedroom. $50. Call 229-6573."
Pauline's homemade pies.
Call 229-8059. 3tc 5/29


ERA 9 PARKER REALTY, Realtor
HIGHWAY 98 & 31st ST. 648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073


I.


MEXICO BEACH
Corner 14th St. & Hwy 98, Seasiae Beacnsiae
Townhouses. 2 bdrm., 1,' ba., completely
sunken lv. -rm., refrig., dishwasher, porch, vaca
washer/dryer, ceiling fans, ment. $80,0(
microwave, cen.' h&a/c, carpet, pre-
conslrucllon price. $69.500 00 Finan- 29th St. a
cing available structed, s
4 bdrm., 2 ba., stucco 2 story house; nshed'$8
Son 50'x122' lot, d.w., stove, ceiling "
fans, many extras. SeaSt. $69,000.00. Hwy. 386A
3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick on nice corner lot,
Ig. screen porch, garage, vacuum Arizona Dr
-system, cer. h&a, carpet & more. Fla. 2. ba., ca
.Ave.& 8th St.'$68,500.00, fireplace,
move. Red
Spanish arches adorn '1,100 sq. ft.
townhouses to be built on 38th St. 2 Fortner A
bdrm., 1% ba all appliances range porch, fire|
microwave, relrig alshwashei $37,250.00
washer &"dryer, $69,500 00 4th St.-2
UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW from 2nd shaded lot
from beach site of cedar and stucco tgage.
townhouses with 1,120 sq. ft.of living Beachside
area. Studio & bdrm., with cathedral Quadraple
: ceilings, 1 'a ba., all appliances. 29th ba. $53,001
St. $70,000.00. 12th st.-
MOBILE HOME on commercial lot, jenn-alre I
across from Chamber of Commerce B ach de
on 31st St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba., new furnished
carpetinLg & roof, $30,000.00:. uerished.
Corner Virginia & Fla. Ave. --New, Becdd
modular w/brick; 3 bdrm., 2 be., Financing
fireplace, screen porch, .fence.
Y 75'x112.5 lot. $55,000.00. Terms. Hwy. 98
beach, cb
Tenn. Ave.-3 bdrm., 3 ba., pool, bea. $8,00
fireplace, lenn-alre range. & grill, -
many extras. Financing available. Beachside
$96,000. brick homi
Corner 6th & Fla. Double-wide on 1 fireplace,/
lots, 2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., in- 8,500. FJ
cludes appliances. $48,000. Beachside
27th St. Beachfront-3 bdrm., 2 ba. across fro
c.b. construction, Ig. glassed porch. Sunoeck o
$105,500.00. Grand Isle
house w/eI
Corner Palm & Azalea St. Nice 3 2 nice lots
bdrm., 2 ba., brick & stucco. includes
appliances & stor. house, fenced yd. 26th St.-
$59,500. Adjoining lot available, house, lot
Virginia Ave.-2 story, 1 Ig. bdrm., Beachsilde
screen porch, downstairs unfinished, bdrm., 2 I
has wiring & plumbing, $45,000. units $79,5
H'wy' 386-A-Doublewlde mobile 16th St.-
home, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. on 1.05 acres. fireplace, s
Good terms. $49,900. Grand Isle
7th St.-1981 doublewide mobile grapevines
home, brick foundation, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. $50,000.
$50,000. Beachsilde
seachside 34th St.- 4 bdrm. Stilt of Gulf, 4
house with great gulf view, $104,000. $104,000.
Gulffront 28th St.-2 bdrm., 1 ba. has
fireplace & patio, $69,000.
Frances C. Parker, Realtor
Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate


MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA


(uuiside Florida)


OVERSTREET ..
Perfect retirement home. 3 bdrm.,
brick home on .85 acres, reduced to
.sell. $47,000.00.
Almost new mobile home, 2 bdrm., 1,
ba. on over /2 acre, turn., 24' well,
deck. Land Is, cleared & has 18"
regula.tlon culvert & driveway,
$24,000. N. Long St.'
BEACON HILL
3rd St. & 3rd Ave.-Duplex, 1 bdrm., 1
ba. ea. or 2, bdrm., 2 ba. home.
$26,500. Good financing.
3rd St. & 4th Ave.-3 bdrm., 1 ba.,
fireplace, fence, $38,000.
WEWAHITCHKA
Transfer Landing Rd. Almost an acre,
close to Chipola River. 4 bdrm.. 2 ba.
unfurn: double wide. Enough room to
add several trailers for, income.
$29,500. _____
5 acre tract, with mobile home, In-
'-.cludes nice bar & stor. bldg., land's
prepared for garden. $24.00. Near
Wewahitchka.
Hwy. 71 (Dalkelth), 3"bdrm., 1 ba., ap-
prox. 1 acre, $18,000. ,
Cochran Landing-Partially finished
4 bdrrym. on 2 lots. Good well & septic
tank, $27500._____
WHITE CITY
2 houses and c.b. stor. bidg. Vi mile
from Intracoastal. $64,000.
INDIAN PASS
Gulf & lagoon frontage, approx. 3.53
acres on SR 30-B near Indian Pass.
Property runs from lagoon to gulf & is
divided by hwy., includes older house
& furnishings. Call for details.

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


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


Gas range and refrigerator
corner group. For information
call 229-8191 between 9:00 a.m;'
and 5:00 p.m. Mon thru Fri. '
Picnic tables, swings, set-"
tees, lawn chairs, flower
boxes, trellis, etc. Call Wewa,
639-2860. 6tp 5/26
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.
Ping pong table and a 5"
Panasonic T.V., ac/dc. Call
648-5106. 2tc5/26


$25.00 REWARD
for Any Sewing Machine
We Cannot Repair
SPECIAL $9.95
to clean, oil and adjust tension
on your sewing machine, We
guarantee your machine can
Ssew on any fabric.
The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151





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
Yard Work: Will cut grass,
trim, edge driveway, etc. Call
229-831 .::;; ,,., /O4tc 51_/9
AVON'
Buy or Sell
Call Group Sales Leader at,
227-1281
8tp 4/28
.Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours).

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
1 Decks'
Call US for Free Estimates
229-8757
tfc 5/5


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.
Local light delivery, must
lbiow 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.
$100 Per Week Part Time at
Home. Webster, .America's
favorite dictionary company
needs home workers to update
local mailing lists. Easy work.
(an be done while watching
TV. All ages, experience un-r
necessary. Call 1-716-842-6000,
ext. 6628. 2tp5/26




Garage Sale, 528 8th St., Fri-
day and Sturday, June 3 & 4, 8
to 4.
1Patio Sale, Friday and:
Saturday, 9 till, Sunday after-
poon starting at 1 p.m. 216 7th
*St.


Yard Sale: 518 8th St., Fri-
day and Saturday, 9 to 5.
Patio Neighborhood Sale:
tiller, gas fish cooker, tune-up
tools, lamps, drapes, tools,
mic. 213 Carolina Dr., Mexico-
Beach, 2 blocks off Hwy. 98
.between 4th & 5th St., 9-4,.
Saturday and Sunday, June 4
-and 5.
Garage Sale: 102 Santa An-
na,St.Joe Beach. Pickuptop-
per, water distiller, 75' sewer,
'cable (new), lawn mower
(like new), tools, clothes, free-,
..kittens, Saturday, June 4, 9-5.
Three Family Porch Sale:
Sat., June 4, 9 till 3, 667 Second .,
Ave., Highland View., Men's
and women's clothing,
aquarium, motorcycle'
helmets, c.b. radios, furniture
and much more. Itp
.Yard Sale: At 617 Maddox
St. oi June 3rd4th. Lots of
items for men and women.
Miscellaneous items. Starts at
8:00 a.m.
Carport Sale: Sat., June 4,
8:00-2:00, 1402 Palm Blvd.
Sewing notions, clothing, wide
traverse rods, lamp, picture
frames, dishes apd other
household items.


Garage Sale: Sat., June 4, 9
am. till 2 p.m. 1905 Garrison
Ave. Several families; boys,
baby & teen clothes. Bunk bed
mattresses, all low prices.
;Two Family Garage Sale.
Panasonic stereo system, 4
speakers, new camp stove,
$15; picnic basket, lots of
misc. Saturday, June 4, 8 un-
til. 35th St., Mexico Beach, 3rd
house beachside.


ELECTRICIAN
Specializing In Service Work
and Addition Work

HENRY BROXTON 639-5484





706 Woodward Ave.
229-6303
"TOTAL CHILD CARE"
MOTHERS -|
Bring your kids to join the FUN at THE LEARNING
CENTER. Special summer activities are planned to
make this a happy vacation for'your child. Hot meals
are served each day to make your child a healthier one.
ee w rntch for the conmstre'tion nf nmir V'ei (enter.
Glenda Whitfield Owner/Director





Dixie D Used Cars


24 Hour Car Wash

Wrecker Service



Mexico Beach Service Center

Call 648-5016


I SERVICE


Tired of Roof-Water?
Call
RAIN-DRAJIN
We Install Quality'
Rain Gutters
648-5304
Commercial & Residential
ltp 6/2



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


THE LAUNDRY ROOM,
408 Reid Ave. 229-6954
Open 7 Days A Week
Mon. Sat., 7 a.m. 8 p.m.
Suin. 10 a.m.- 6 p.m .
Self service or drop-off
tfc 4-7


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


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


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
Stfc 6-5
Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
tfc 7-3
- .. .. .. .
SHALLOW WELLS,
229-6380 Joe

Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair'
S All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416'-
106 Bellamy Circle
Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720

SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!










Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner'
410 Reid Avenue


The Sewing Room
4S 410 A Reid Avenue *i
91pX1 Port St. Joe, Florida /Ok

"Qu/lity Fabrics at Affordable Prices"




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 Beach


FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers
& Gifts -
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th,F; S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
tfc 1 21
LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
Carpet Upholstery -:
*Autos
Commercial or Residential:
Free Estimates :
Locally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or 229-6447:1
tfe 11-
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding-:
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803 :
Machinist on Duty All Day-
Every Day ,



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


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

Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY
SAA n- J m ...-....


6 Keid Avenue

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


REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE \
Phone 229-6374

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


"I think IIt was something I ate."



kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


1-800-342-6692 (Inside Florida)
* Sales & Rentals Real Estate Specialists for Over 30 Years
"Call Us About These Listings, As Well As A Large Inventory of Beach Lots,
Wetappo Creek property, Rentals, & Mini-Storage Sales or Rentals.


-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P. O. BOX456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfc72
** -^_ ^. ^ --


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

SEE OUR GIFT ITEMS
INCLUDING SHELL PRINTS, NOTE CARDS,
FINE ART SAND DOLLARS &
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS IN WATERCOLORS & PASTELS
OPEN Wed. thru Sat. 10 a.m. 7 p.m. EST
Sunday 1 p.m.. 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Memoer Professional Picture Framers Assoc.


648-8914


Pat Bowen, owner


I REL ESATE


SALE


7-


___j


1.










THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1983


Chances are your Veterinarian will be able
to find the cause of the trouble and take the
proper steps to speed the pet's recovery. Often,
he will prescribe one of the many medicines
that are especially formulated for animals. We
S .know that an animal considers his pet as a
"member of the family and we feel the same
wayi


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


BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
Free Parking Drive-In Window
229-8771 317 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
C -) !3


w


LI


(c~


J,;


Report Cards
, Can be Picked Up
Port St. Joe High School
students may pick up their
report cards. at the school
office on Thursday, June 9,
from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m.


DOMINIQUE WARD.
Has Birthday
Dominique Ward, son of
Arion and Debbie Ward, cele-
brated his fifth birthday on
May 30. '
Grandparents are Miss Von-
cile Nickson, and Mr., and
Mrs. Arthur Freeman of Port
St. Joe.


PAGE EIGHT


Tin Etheridge WinsC W. Roberts,


hInvitational Golf Tornament


Tim Etheridge, center in ..the
picture above, holds his first place
trophy for winning the C. W. Roberts
GoLV purnament this past week end.
Hol ing the trophy with Etheridge is
George Roberts, son of C. W. Roberts.
Tim Parker, above, right, took second
place in the tournament, one stroke
behind the leader.
Parker had a 78 Sunday for an
overall score of 149 in the tournament in
earning second place. Etheridge fired a
total of 148 in the two day event held at
St. Joseph's Bay Country Club in Port
St. Joe Saturday and Sunday.
Kirk Parker, Tim's brother, was


Dennis Welch goes after a Chris Butts pass in the
" Wewahitchka segment of the Jamboree last Friday night.
Welch caught one of Butts' three passes, for a 15 yard gain.
-Star photo


Sharks Win Twice

In Jamboree Friday


Port St. Joe's Sharks won
both ends of their appearances
in the Spring Jamboree held in
Shark Stadium last Friday
night, putting on an offensive
show which was sparked by
the 101 yards of running by
Josh Jenkins and the two out
of- three pass completions by
quarterback Chris Butts. The
defense held the opposition to
only 24 yards with Stan Peters
leading the way with his seven
tackles.
Butts connected with Dennis
Welch for 15 yards and with
Michael Pittman-for 11 yards.
The Sharks took to the field
for their first try in the third
period against the Sneads
Pirates. The Sharks came out


SUNDA'- SCHOOL
MORNING WORSHIP .
EVENING WORSHIP
VWEDNFSD-V EVENING


[I"-llWw -


of the quarter with a 6-0 win on
a six yard plunge by Jenkins
over the right side of the line.
The kick for the extra point
was blocked.
Butts intercepted a Sneads
pass as one of the big
defensive plays of the period.
The Sharks again took to the
field in the fifth period, to
defeat the Wewahitchka Ga-
tors, 8-0, again on a Josh
Jenkins run.
Jenkins ran the ball nine
times for 74 yards in picking
up the win. Jenkins also ran
the two-point conversion over
the goal line, for the 8-0 score.
The Gators picked up 25
yards in offense and had one
first down in the effort. Twice


,.nmEeIOIBIGHISIUIIIISlWI@MHUIOI


the first round leader in the tourna-
:ment, but hit the wrong ball on the tenth
hole,, earning a two stroke penalty,
which knocked him out of the lead.
Parker was never able to recover from
the error and wound up in third place
with a 150 for the tournament and 78 for
the final round.
Dr. Jorge San Pedro won the
competition for putting his drive closest
to the hole. Dr. San Pedro came within
12 feet of the flag on the 15th hole with
one of his drives.
Winners by flights include:
FIRST FLIGHT: 1, E. D. Water-
field; 2, Mark Richardson; 3, Jim,


Neighborhood Watch


Program Being Initiated
Sheriff Ken Murphy invites a Neighborhood Watch Pro- This system is widely
all residents of the St. Joe gram at the new Gulf County throughout the state of I
Beach and Beacon Hill area to Beaches Volunteer Fire_ De- with much success, and


the Gators had a fourth and
one situation and both times
the Shark defense held for no
gain.
*..In other action for the night
Sneads defeated Bristol, 6-0 in
the opening period. In the
second quarter, Blountstown
beat Wewahitchka, 8-0.
The fourth quarter saw the
Tigers of Blountstown, defeat
Bristol, 14-0.


apartment and Cor
Center on Thursday, J
7:30 P.M.
This is the first in a
meetings to initiate a
borhood Watch Prog
Gulf County.
The purpose, of tl
gathering is to infor
dents about the progr
how to protect their
from burglary.


Godfrey; 4, Bob Patterson.
SECOND FLIGHT: 1;:Tom Ely; 2,
* Tom Skipper; 3, Harrell Holloway; 4,
Harry Lowry.
THIRD FLIGHT: 1, Leon Pollock;
,2, Jim Clement; 3, Mike Ferress; 4,
Hunter LeSuer
FOURTH FLIGHT: 1, David Gas-
kin; 2, Frank Pate; 3, Bill Moorehead;
4,; Hank Krages.
FIFTH FLIGHT: 1, Ross Hill; 2, C.
C. Trayler; 3, Spero Buzier; 4, Dr. Joe
Hendrix..
SIXTH FLIGHT: 1, Bob Webster;
2, Charlie Wyatt; Dr. Jorge San Pedro;
.4, Jerry Johnson.


y used
F'lorida
teach-


mnmunity es residents how to cooperate
line2, at with local law enforcement
.i o agencies in protecting their
series ofproperty as well as' their-
a Neigh- neighbor's property.
gram in Anyone who would like more
information on this program is
he first urged to attend this meeting
: rsi or contact the Sheriff's De-
rm resa- apartment.
rain and
r homes "Man's freedom is his inner
worth." Michael Beer


*


All-season, steel-belted
radials at low, low prices


Size p c
SP155/80R13 $43,95
P165/80R13 48.95
P 175 80RCI3 51.95
5 I,'all Fll' P18a. 80Rl3 53;95
E'141 EIr r l r 1I P185 75R14 57.95
Firestone, h P195/75R14 59:95
Fifestonp e P205/75R14 63.95
P215 75RI4 65.95
Strong tre .,.Ih strongg P25/5R15 -649.95
or ce appeal Steel. -P,95/75Rl5 62.95
yelled Trox 12 leoliures P215/75R15 66.95
a Iong-,eoarng ollsea:- P225 75R15 6995
son tread ihao goes P235 75R15 7195
eflecy ,e -,eao round ,All prices plus $1.51 to
'aroc.ori; A remarkable $290 FET No trade-in
-ad-ol volue' needed
Our finest
-iL steel-belted
adial
Size Whitewall Price
P165/80R13 '49.95
P175/70R13 55.95
P185/75R14 60.95
P205/75R14' 67.95
P205/75R15 68.95
P225/75R15 73.95
P235/75R15 79.95
All prices plus $1.64 to $296 F.E.T.
No trade-in needed.-
AVE O i light truck tires for
Pick' ps, Vans & RV's!
ize < Ply SALE
ize rating PRICE
26/8.50-14LT 4 $65.95
S" 10.15LT -6 86.95
rarl ht 31/1.50-15LT 4 94.95
S4.30 F.Et, nd 33/12.50-15LT 6 102.95
-nge tr.% All prices plus S2.78 to $5.33
e ends1J ne 4! F.E.T. and exchange tire.


10-00 A.M
I1 00 -\ M
6.00 P N1.
-"00 P N .


PATE'S SERVICE CENTER


216 Monument Avenue


Phone 227-1291


I


I


Auto And
Homeowners
Insurance
JEAN MALLORY
639-5322 Wewahitchka ST OE AUTOPARTS
or
785-6156 Panama City
5 P m Cy Your Auto Air Conditioning Parts Headquarters
201 Long Avenue
Metropolitan 229-8222
LIFt EALni Al t llmMl t N IN


I


-IN MERCHANDISE,
SERVICE, ENTERTAINMENT,
DINNERS ANDJ MUCH MORE!'

Listen for the Tele-Fun ... .
Operator to Call!

Here's All You Have to Do! C".- 0


KEEP A HEAD COOL











FREE NAPA HAT

with $10 or More Purchase
from Our Huge Inventory of
NAPA Air Conditioning Parts
for Your Car


1?




11


I





it







.77


TV SPECIAL
TELE-FUN QUIZ PROGRAM


Now Stocking
Galvanized Driveway Culvert
18" Diameter and 138.50
20 Feet in Lengih 13 5

PIC'S FOOD STORE
Simmon's Bayou


U
I,5UNG,*USUIANOHEIIOSIUHI


I,


CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Street and Marvin A\\enue


When The Operator Calls You, Just A
Question and You Will Be Entitled to F
A ....

GIFT CARD wort

over $1,000.0(


For Onl29.95
For Only cW


Listed Below Are the Progressive Mi

TIMELY ELECTRONICS
TRAVEL CORP.
DRIESBACH'S CLEANERS
FINISHING TOUCH
merle norman COSMETICS
HEDY'S FLORIST


The Indoor Flea Market
CHIROPRACTIC CENTER
SEAHORSE GIFT & Florist
NICHOL'S ALLEY
ST. JOE MOTOR CO.
PENDLETON'S 66
GAY'S CHEVRON SERVICE
TERRY'S FRIED CHICKEN
DAIRY BURGER
.,-- '"


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
for A Friendly Church"
HOWARD BROWNING, Pastor


purchasee 1




FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
PHONE

229-8020 *

merchants Who Are Participating

GLENN'S BBQ
Gulf Sands Restaurant & Lounge
ANN'S PLACE
Dave & Carol's Pizza Place
SHELL SHACK
BEACH DELI
NICHOL'S ALLEY
Sarah Ann's Sandwich Shop
Randy's Restaurant
BIG "B" DRIVE IN
CHATTERBOX RESTAURANT

ABBY'S RESTAURANT
SUB SHOP
SEABREEZE DINING ROO
NATIONAL STUDIO


THE STOCK MARKET


-7 ,j,. ,..,


-I..


A SICK PET HAS
'A WORKED FRIEND



a IIIA pet is very simJIar to an infant for It
rjcannot tell anyone when it feels sick or has a
pain For I this reason'a Veterinarian must be
consulted If there are definite symptoms of.


-- --' -~- -~--~


' I


MR


a, I I r


iam


oIGOOD
SEASONS
to see your good
,neighbor agent








CAR *HOME
LIFE HEALTH

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



STATE FARM
INSURANCE COMPANIES
Hon. Offices.: Bloomnisi.o. Ullol.


Z .


,. ."'










THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1983


Senior Citizens Association Sponsoring Yard Sale Sat.

BY JERRY REAM ments at minimal cost, so seniors program is heart- ding transportation, meal'deli- iake yourself feel good...give a little of your time to make their time more fulfilled. Have a beautit
The Senior Citizens Associa- mark your calendar and plan warming indeed. very, and visitation to the
ionisonthe pove...and this is to spend the day with us. By Our volunteer program is homebound, but we still have *.
the liveliest group of "golden the way, we'll be starting at progressing nicely, but there's vacancies in other areas. As .
dies" you've overseen. 9:00 a.m. EDT, so come early always room for "one" more. an example, we will be
n Saturday, June 4th,e the for the best selection. We now have volunteers provi- expanding our arts and crafts
On Saturday, June 4, e Our. Sixth Annual Picnic is classes this summer and need "
noi 9holdig onei


nowhistory, and what a grand
day it was. Our sincere thanks
to Sheriff Ken-Murphy and his
staff for hosting this wonder-
ful eveit for us. Also, else-
where, in today's paper is a
heartfelt thank you to all of the
merchants 'and business folk
who added to the success of
the picnic by donating door
prizes for our senior friends.
The community support of our


Elderly


huge Yard Sale at the Wash-
ington meal site, Avenue "D"
and Peters Street. Our seniors
have been working diligently
sorting and tagging all types
of merchandise .and clothing,
books, shoes, sports equip-
ment and' miscellaneous
items, and everyone is having
a ball tIn addition to the wide
variety of items for sale, we
will offer assorted refresh-


volunteers and donate d ma-
terials to support that effort.
In addition, our budget is
woefully low in the category'
financing home delivered
meals to the homebound. An
individual commitment to de-
liver a meal two or three days
a week would only necessitate
a few hours weekly, but would
mean a great deal to tihe
program and to the elderly
participant receiving tbe
meal. Most of our members
are full of vim and vigor, but
some of our seniors are frail
and need help in several
different wayh. Not the least
important of these is just 'a
weekly visit from a caring
friend or neighbor. Why not


Congressman

Don Fuqua

Reports


I voted last week for pro-
curement of the MX Missile
System as a needed part of our
national defense which can also
be used as a bargaining tool in
arms talks with the Soviet
Union.
Having voted last year
against .procurement of -the
.7 : missile system and just a' cou-
pie of months ago in favor of a
Nuclear freeze resolution, I think
it best that I again explain my
- ,: position.
I have always favored the
MX Missile System, but was
unwilling to commit large sums
of money to purchasing the
missiles when I was not satisfied
with proposed deployment
plans.
It just nev.r made sense to
me to buy an expensive
weapons system which we ad-
mittedly did not know what to
do with.
The recent presidential cdm-
mission report on basing the
MX met my objections, and
now that the siting problems are
resolved it makes sense to go
forward with building and
deploying the system.
I do not feel this in any way
conflicts with my vote for a.
nuclear freeze. In fact I hope the
result of the MX vote will be to
inform the Russians that we will
not be lulled to sleep by their
delaying tactics in negotiating
arms reductions. The MX legis-
lation permits U.St arms
negotiators to use the MX as
one of the bargaining chits they
have available in these negotia-
tions.
The nuclear freeze resolu-
tion was a heartfelt expression
of the American people that
they want arms reductions. But
the resolution clearly calls for
"mutual and verifiable" reduc-
tions.


If the Russians sense that
we are timid about developing
new weapons systems while
negotiating for reductions, they
will delay negotiations until they
have a clear superiority in
strategic weapons.
We simply cannot allow that
to happen, nor would we want
to pay the price for the nuclear
extortion which would follow.


I applaud the' return of
William Ruckelshaus to the En-
vironmental Protection Agency,
.which he served as adminis-
trator during its creation a'
decade ago.
For most of the intervening
years the EPA was a proud
defender of our environment,
working to clean up our water
and air and to make sure more
pollutants were not added to
our atmosphere.
The agency fell into
disrepute recently however,
with charges of both internal
and external politicking, un-
necessary reorganizations, and
considerable incompetence.
I am confident that William
Ruckelshaus. will quickly assert
himself at the EPA to bring it
back to impartial enforcement
of our environmental laws and
development of new methods
through research of assuring a
continued improvement in our
water and air.
As testimony before a panel
of the House Committee on
Science and Technology in
Tallahassee showed recently,
there are real hazards to human
health which must be swiftly
cleaned up so our citizens can
be assured they are safe
breathing our air and drinking
our water.


Care Up


for Decision
The Community Care for the
Elderly is in the news and we
all need to be aware of the:
importance of this state fund-
ed program.
' Governor Graham has sub-
mitted his budget for thisvital
service on behalf of our frail
elderly, b.ut without sincere
advocacy the budget may not
get through committee intact.
' Many of the services now
provided for your parentss,
grandparents, and other be-
loved senior citizens, .could be
reduced or eliminated alto-.
gether if the funding for CCE
is not approved by the legisla-
ture. The dignity and quality
of life of our senior citizens
literally depends on the sup-
port of each and every' one of
us.
'As with all things in govern-
ment, our legislators respond
to the wishes of the populace.
We must wiite and call
members of the Appropria-
tions Committees in both the
Senate and the House. Throu-
gh this action our elected
representatives will realize
we support the continued
well-being of our seniors,.
If you don't know who to"
contact, or how to address.
your letter, call the Senior
Citizens office at 229-8466, for
a complete listing of legisla-
tors sitting on the Appropria-
tions Committees. The time to
act is now!

S-Sgt.DavisIs

Outstanding NCO
Staff Sgt. Marvin J. Davis,
son of John H. and Daisy M.
Davis of 301 Ave. B, Port St.
Joe, has been named outstand-
ing non-commissioned officer
of the quarter for the 20th
Tactical_ fighterr Training
Squadron at George Air Force
Base, Calif.
The Air Force sergeant was
selected for professional skill,
duty performance and exemp-
lary behavior.
His wife, Joyce, is the
daughter of Lillian Nelson of
161 Ave. C, Port St. Joe.
Davis, an operations sys-
tems management supervi-
sor, is a 1974 graduate of Port
St. Joe High School.

Arrives for Duty

In Germany
Sgt. Lorin B. White, son of
Ada L. Waters and stepson of
John H. Waters of Port St. Joe,
has arrived for duty in Boeb-
lingen, West Germany.
White, a tank systems me-
chanic with the 1st Infantry
Division, was previously as-
signed Fort Polk, La.
His wife, Lisa, is the daugh-
ter of Robert C. and Margie
Mays of Jasper, Texas.
He is a 1977 graduate of Port
St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School.

Leslie Costin On

FSUDeaii's l*
Leslie Costin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, Ashley. Costin,
has received notice from Dean
Stephen S. Winters that she
has been placed on the Dean's
List for her academic achieve-.
ment in Basic:Studies.
Leslie maintained a perfect
4.0 average for the Spring
'Semester at Florida State,
University.


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With


HANNON INSURANCE

Agency, Inc.

The Insurance Store Since 1943

Auto Home Business Life

Flood Bonds Mutual Funds

8:30 till 6:00 Monday through Friday


221 Reid Avenue


Phone 227-1133


.-' *'


ul. week!


Cpl. Kenneth W. Hutchinson *

CpL Hutchinson At

Camp Pendleton
Cpl: Kenneth W. Hutchin-
son, 1981 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School, is currently
stationed at Camp Pendleton,
California, with the 1st Main-
tenance Battalion.
After completing his studies
at the U.S. Army Ordnance
Center and School in Aberdeen
Proving Ground, MD, he
received a letter of commen-
dation for his outstanding
record and academic achieve-
ment from Brigadier General
J. E. Rozier, U. S. Army.
Kenneth completed three
years of NJROTC pt Port St.
Joe and served in several
positions with the Gulf County
Junior Deputies. His sister,
Paula Knee, and her family
(Husband, Bobby; son,, Rus-
sell) reside in Wewahitchka.
Kenneth is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Hutchinson
of Route 3, Pqrt St. Joe .

CARD OF THANKS
We would like to give our
thanks and appreciation to all
the people for their sympathy
and service in the behalf of our
lost loved one:
Thank You,
Sherry Fox
Sybil Laurimore
and Family



Eye
Openers

Byl[)r.
Wesley Grace

GAS PERMEABLE
CONTACT LENSES
Q. What are the new "gas perme-
able" contact lenses?
A. They are made of a rigid
plastic combined with other
materials which permit ox-
ygen to flow through 'and
reach the e"es. Thev offer
greater comfort to Ihe patient
whose eses require hard con-
tact lenses in order to see
sharply and clearly. Gas per-
meable lenses are more dur-
able than soft contact lenses.
The greatest advantage of the
gas permeable lens is that it
can given clear vision to pa-
tients with a' moderate to high
degree of astigmatism; this is
not always possible with soft
contact lenses.
Research and testing' are still
going on to determine
whether.gas permeable lenses
are safe- 'for 'extended wear.
These lenses have not been ap-
proved by the Food and Drug
Administration' for this pur-
pose and, until' they are,
should not be prescribed for
other than daily wear.
Presented As A
Public Service by

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


PAGE TEN


Sur-Way Electric

411 Reid Avenue


Commercial Residentia

Remodeling and

Service Work

CHARLES SO WELL

26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded

Call Shorty at

229-6798
-'


We Are HERE to Service What We Sell


RO SIHAgn FAN ANNOAgn





SI


; I


''


01


El


'RaYYSMITH, Agent


FRANK HANNON, Agent




I
I ~
I ~


-. -' r.


\


-I ~I .J J


( 1W


S


Family Pak
Center Cut
PORK CHOPS
$17


'Vr-w


Lb.


Family Pak
Assorted
PORK CHOPS

b|39
Lb.;,


Country
LOIN.


WDAI RY ~DEPARTMENTI~Ak


Lb..


29


I


Introducing Our Best to
Iowa USDA Choice Port
Iowa USDA Choice Dein
Iowa USDA Choice Ben
STEERS DON'T GROW:
Family Pak Frye
Choice Drums
Family Paki
Choice Fryer
Fresh Fryer
Quartered ThiM
Cut-Up with Extra Back & Giblet
Whole Fryers
Lykes 10 Oz.
Cooked Ham .

Turkey Ham-i
Sandwich
Whole Boiledi
10 Lb. Bucket
Pork Chitterli


S USDA Good Tender
Rib Eye Steak


USDA Good
T-Bone Steak


Lb.

Family Pak
All beef
Ground Beef


Whole or Half


PORK LOIN


Lb.


$


29


USDA Good Tender
Sirloin Steak.
USDA Good
Round Steak .

Rib Beef Stew
USDA Good
Rump Roast..
Sliced


Slab Bag

IRISKET STEW
'ORK LIVER
ORK FEET
ORK NECKBONE



WHOLE


Lb.


Sliced Free!


, 1


T


-:-_;~.1.- ;1--


777


'. f',.


iL


.0


~j






* .~ .....


/


0O-


I


BULK RATE
Permit No. 65
QUANTITY jPortSt Joe.Flt 37,
RIGHTS RESERVED'
ci'G. & TOB. PRODUCTS
EXCLUDED IN LIMIT DEALS
Prices Good June


'- '- '-. ?b~

-.


510 Fifth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida


USDA Choice & Better Beef
se Steak .u$3. 39

ssSirloins, .u. 3.39
ERRAND THAr'S NO BULL"!


159'




u.39C


*..'m p~*$99


$)189


* u L. ...

. Bucket 5


If-. U U


Boneless Fully Cooked
Whole or Half
SMOKED HAMi:



Lb.


Family Paki
CUBED STEAK 9


$199


"L .


All Meat
STEW BEEF


69


No Brnd No Brand 16 Oz. L
32 Oz. HONEY ...... $2.39. MARSHMALLOWS ..... 77
No Brand 22 O 4 No Brand 13 OL. C
SALAD DELITES .... 1.19 EVAPORATED MILK .... 38
No Brand 32 O. No Brand 32 Oz. L7
GRAPE JELLY........ 99 PINE CLEANER........ I
No Brand 10 Oz. No Brand 15 OL.
INSTANT COFFEE ... 3.39 CAT & DOG FOOD...... 21
No Brand 22 OL. $No Brand 100 Count 4
COFFEE CREAMER .. -1.11 PAPER PLATES ....... 81


No Brand 50 Oz.
AUTO. DISHWASHING DET. 1.53
No Brand 1 Lb. Box
SALTINE CRACKERS .. 69
No Brand Gallon
VEGETABLE OIL .... 14.07
7% Oz. No Brand 4 00
MACARONI & CHEESE 4/ 100
No Brand 64 Oz.
APPLE JUICE ...... 1.23


O?


A


,ks.

itast


Eu.


am

gs .


f
C
'p.
I.-
I-
V.
V.
V.
V.


I It


I


I;-


''


/


i~i ,:


Lb.$339.















Publc Notices -


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA,.IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
." Case No. 83-21
IN PROBATE
S ; IN RE The Estate of
IDELL RAY,
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the Estate of
dell Ray, deceased, file number 83-21 Is
pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf
County, Florida.'Ihe address of which is
Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe,
.. Florida. The name and address of the Per-
sonal Representative and of the Personal
S, Representative's att6tney are set forth
* below.
All interested persona are required to
file with the Court, WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
(1)' All claims against Ihe Estate and, (2)
any objection by an Interested person to
whom a notice was mailed that
challenges the validity of the Will, the
qualifications of the Personal Represen-
tative, venue or jurisdictlon of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
,, Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: June 2. 1983
'/- .. i DONNA L RAY,
'i ". \ Personal FRpresentative
Si., usiW FRED N. WITTEN
Attorney for Personal Representative
408 Long Avenue
SP. 0. Box 447
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
9041229-8253
2t 612183
!' "CITY TO OFFER
SUMMER SEWER RATES
The City Is offering reduced rates on
S 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 accou&rwill be billed
'. '',: for these 3 months 0iad'on the average
;, use from January 1 .through June 1, 1983.
Application for these reduced rates must
be made at the City Hall on or before June
15, 1983. and none will be considered
S i after that date No applications will be
taken by telephone.
CITY OF PORT. ST. JOE
By /a/ L A. Fari's,.'
"' CityAudltOi/Cleari : .2t 5/26
.' ID NUMBE2-6 ,
The City ofPort St. Joe. Florida. re-
quests bids for Hospltallza'tlon and Life
Insurance or City Employees' Specica
S lions may be obtained from the Cily
Clerk's Office, P.O Box,. Port St Joe,
..: Florida 32456. Bid opening will be held
June 21, 1983.. ,
CITYOF PORT'ST JOE
.- L A. Frrls, City AuditoiCierk
S ,: 31 519

PUBLIC NOTICE
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Region IV.
Water Management Division *
Facilities Perfarmence Branch
-.- 45 CourUand Street. N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30385
(404) 881-4316
Public Notice No. 83FL04S June 2,1983
J '. OTICE OF PROPOSED REISSUANCE
OF NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE
":" ,' ELIMINATION'SYSTEM PERMIT
The U.S. *Environmerntal Protection
Agency (EPA) proposes to reissues Na-
ti' onal Pollutant. Discharge Elimrination
'. system (NPDES) permit to Basic
SMagnesia, Inc., State Road 32, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456-, NPDES No
FL0002607 Tnis facility, precipitates
magnesium hydroxide from seawater and
converts it to magesium oxide (SIC Code
2819) One existing discharge of process
wastewater enters Gulfl County Canal to
St. Joseph's Bay which Is classified as
Class III Wlaters -recreationr, propagation
and management'ol fish ano wildlife
S On March 10, 1983,Public Notice No
S" 3FL014 announced a propsal to reissue
J an NPDES permit to this facility with the
requirement that effluent samples' be col-
S elected "at the mouth'oflhe barge basin"
S During the comment period of that notice.
'- EPA revised the sample collection point
to "nearest accessible point atter linal
Irealment. but prior to actual discharge or
mixing with the receiving waters." The
revised requirement is more stringent
ti than the previous proposal.



HIGHLAI


BAPTIST
"Corner of Fourth

Welcorr

SUNDAY SCHOOL ....
WORSHIP SERVICE .....
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunda
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wedne

Nursery Provided




I G22l


i ^ ,i
y
Y
Z TEMPERANCE
w zn
I A i Z
U. G ll _
in w 2
0 in in
0 w

GOODNESS

FAITHa


CE


The proposed NPDES permit contains
limitations on the amounts of pollutants
allowed t6 be discharged and was drafted
In accordance with the provisions of the
Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C, Section 1251
et seq.) and other lawful standards and
regulatlons:.The sample collection point
condition is tentative and open to com-
ment from the public.
Persons wishing to comment upon or
object I ) this revised requirement or
wishing to request a public hearing. are
Invited to submit same in writing within
thirty (30) days of this notice to Ine Waler
Management Division. Environmental
Protection Agency. 345 Courtland Street.
N E., Atlanta. Georgia 30365. ATTEN.
TION Earllne Hanson. The public notice
number and NPDES number should be in
cluded in the tIrst page oat comments
All comments received within the
30-day period will be consloered in Ins
formulation ot final delerminations regard .
ding the permit Any interested person
may within inme 30-day period request a
public hearing Where there is a signili.
cant degree ot public Interest in the pro-
posed permit reissuance. the EPA
Regional Administrator will haol a public
hearing
After consideration of all written corn
ments and Ins requirements and policies
In the Acr and approprlale regulations
the EPA Regional Administrator will
make determinations regarding Ine per
mit reissuance 11 the determinations are
substantially uncnanged trom Ihose an-
nounced by this notice., tne EPA Regic-nal
Administrator will so notify all persons
submillting written comments It the
determinations are substantially chang
ed, the EPA Regional Administralor win
issue a public notice indicating the revis
eO determinalions Requests for evi.
dentiary hearing may be filed aller Ihe
Regional Administrator makes the above.
described determinations Additonal in
formation regarding an evidentiary near-
ing is available in 40 CFR Subpart E. 46
FR33498 (May 19, 19801, or by contacting
the OIIIce of Regional Counsel qt the ad- .
dress above or at 14041 881-3506
The administrative record, including
'application, fact sheet andlor dralt per-
mit, a sketch snowing mne exact location
of the dischargels). comments received.
and additional Intormalion, on nearing
procedures is available at cost by writing
the EPA address above, or tor review ana
copying at 345 Courliand Sireet. 3rd floor.
Atlanta: Georgia. between Ine hours of
8.15 am. and 4.30 p.m, Monday though
Friday. A copying machine Is provided Ior
publlc'use at a charge el 20, per page
Florida Department ot Environmental
Regulallon issued certification p1 the pro-
posed NPDES permit on April 22. 1983
with tondllions Commenis on issuance
of certification, incluarig a request Ior
public nearing, must oe submitted to Ihe
EPA address above within thirty (301 days
of the date of Ihis public notice II a
public hearing is neld, as aescrined
above, the state agency will co-cnair the
hearing to receive comments relative Io
state certificallon
Please bring Ihe foregoing to me alien
lion of persons who you know aill be in-
lerested in tnis matter it 612


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Board of CoUnty Commissioners of
Gulf County wilt receive sealed bids from
any person, company, or corporation in-
terested In selling tne County Ine folioA
ing described personal property
SUPER 250 CUMMINS ENGINE
OVERHAUL- See attached list
Bid snail specify individual ilern
costs and total bid cost.
Gulf County Mosquito Control
reserves the right not to purchase
part Items marked "it detective" un.
less. during the overhaul the parts
are proven detective A guarantee
shall be given on engine and work
manship ** Slated items are
minimum requirements. all other var.
lances must De slated in writing on
bid sheet
Bid shall be gooa o r 90 days iromr
bid closing date
Guarantee shall be lor six months
Bids will be received until 900 o'clock
A.M ED T., June 14 1983 at the office of
the Clerk of Circui Court. 1000 Filmn
Street, Port St. Joe FL 32456 The Board
reserves the right to reject any and all
bids
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
W. R "Billy Branch. Chairman 11t 612



ND VIEW


CHURCH
St. & Second Ave.

7e Friend

. . . 9:45 A M
.. 1100 AM &7-30P.M
ay) ... .. 6-30 P M
esday) 730 PM

BRO. JERRY REGISTER




GHLAND VIEW

IURCH OF GOD

here Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
Overflowing Fountain'


SUNDAY SCHOOL
MORNING tVORSHIP
EVENING WORSHIP
WEDNESDAY EVENING


0 00 4 M
i1 00 A .V
6 00 P M
7 00 P M


Pastor Ira J Nichols


Big Onions

For many years, Mr. Pete said he couldn't grow oni
But not any more! Mr. Pete (N. G.) Martin has discovi
the secret to growing onions in his back yard garden on P
Boulevard. He proudly displays his new expertise by
hibiting two of the specimens. --Star pl


Adult School Signing Up'for Summer


It's never too late for an
adult to sign up for classes at
the Adult School, nor is a
person ever "too old" to learn.
If you are an adult, and have'
not finished your high school
education, or wish to learn
new skills to open doors to
better paying jobs, take a look


at the Adult School Summer
schedule below, or call 227-
1744.
General Education, leading
to a High -School' diploma:
Adult Center, South Long'
Avenue, 7:45 A.M.-4:30 P.M.,
M thru TH; Adult Center,
South Long Avenue, 6:00 P.M.-


Smith Graduates From


New Orleans
Jennifer Jo Smith was one of
more than 220 persons who
participated in graduation
exercises at the New Orleans
SBaptist Theological Seminary.
May 21. These May graduates
compose a segment of the
1982-83 graduating class which
will exceed 340 by July 31.
A native of Montgomery,
Alabama, Smith has com-
pleted all the requirements for
the Master of Divinity degree.
She is the daughter of Rev.
and Mrs. C. Byron Smith of
',' Montgomery, Alabama.
Associate, Masters, and
Doctoral degrees were award-
ed in the areas of theology,
music, and religious educa-
tion, along with diplomas in
non-degree programs. Having
completed 65 years of service,
','the. Seminary with its eight
ons. extension centers is continu-
ered ing to train enlarging numbers
talm of men and women for Christi-
ex- an ministries.
hoto The New Orleans Baptist


Over street VFD Buildinf is Beach Chamber


Food Distribution Point


The Overstreet Volunteer
Fire Department will become
a site for food distribution for
participants living in the

AARP Offering

Pressure Checks
On Friday, June 3rd, 'ifromi
10 A.M. until 1 P.M., Ameri-
can Association of Retired
Persons will be taking blood
pressures at the Florida Na-
tional Bank on Monument
Avenue. There will be no
charge. Emmy Donat and Ann
Hammock of A.A.R.P., and
who are retired nurses, will be
giving this service.
Stop by as this is the last
program until September.


CARD OF THANKS
I would like to thank all my
Christian friends in Gulf Coun-
ty for their prayers, visits, and
cards during my stay in Bay,
Memorial Hospital.
I am at home recuperating.
May God richly bless you.
Annie B. Davis

v ,S e l' P- -
Fresh peas should squeak
when the pods are rubbed to-
gether. Store them unshelled
in your refrigerator.


Overstreet area. All partici-
pants must pre-register Satur-
day, June 4, from 10:00 a.m. to
12:00 p.m., and 2:00 to 4:00
p.m. in order to receive food
items at this new location:
The guidelines for distribu-
tion of these special commodi-
ties shall be as follows:
Income level as used by the
Food Stamp Office; To all
Senior Citizens age 60 and
over regardless of income; To
Food Stamp recipients; To
unemployed, regardless of
previous income.


Serving Chicken
Mexico Beach Chamber of
Commerce will be sponsoring
a Chicken Dinner on Saturday.
June 4, at 5:00 CST.
Cost of the dinner is $3.50.
Everyone is welcome. Dinner
will be served at the Chamber
building, behind Mexico
Beach Grocery.





In China, at one time, there
were 3,000 rules ot conduct
to be learned and obeyed.


Seminary


JENNIFER JO SMITH
Theological Seminary is one of
six theological seminaries
owned and operated by the
Southern Baptist Convention.
It is the fourth largest theolo-
gical school in North America
with an enrolment in excess of
2200 students, over 21 percent
ahead 0of last year. All its
programs. are accredited by
the Association of Colleges
and Schools. The church mu-
sic programs are accredited
also by the National Associa-
tion of Schools of Music.


9:00 P.M., M thru TH; Zion
Fair Baptist Church, 6:00
P.M.-9:00 P.M., M-T; Mexico
Beach Baptist Church, 6:00
P.M.-9:00 P.M., M-T.
Electives: Typing and Book-
keeping, P.S.J. Elem. School,
6:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M., M-T;
Auto Mechanics, PS.J. High


School, 6;00 P.M.-9:45 P.M.,
M-T; Body Repair and Paint-
ing, P.S.J. High School, 6:00
P.M.-9:45 P.M., W-TH; Weld-
ing, P.S.J. High School, 6:00
P.M.-9:45 P.M., M thru TH;
Driver's Education, P.S.J.
High School, 6:00 P.M.-9:00
P.M., M-T.


* 25 years experience
In Appliance Repair
* AIR CONDITIONING
Central & Window


* HEATING: Natural Gas,
Electric & Oil


* MAJOR APPLIANCES
All Major Models


* ELECTRICAL- PLUMBING REFRIGERATORS
and FREEZERS


DAN IELS SERVICE COMPANY
P11IE L S Phone 229-8416 Port SL Joe, Fla.


We're People





SLike Yo Ur



Because We Are, We're


Ad sting Our Schedule

to ,Fit Yours


ifOl
TUE
WEI
THU
FRI
SAT


Beginning June 1, J983, the Port St. Joe Office of the Wewahitchka State

Bank will offer Banking Service s on the following schedule




INSIDE HOURS: DRIVE-IN HOURS:

DAY ......... ........ 00to4:00 Pe MONDAY ................... 8:30to5:30
SDAY ...... ............ 9:00to4:00 ere P op e TUESDAY ................... 8:30to5:30
DNESDAY ................. 9:00 to 1:00 Like WEDNESDAY ........ .... 8:30 to 1:00
JRSDAY ................... :00to4:00 THURSDAY ...... .......... 8:30to5:30
DAY 900to4:00 FRIDAY....................... 8:30to5:30
'URDAY ................. CLOSED You SATURDAY .............8:30to 12:00


Podt St


ewahitchka State Bank or St. Joe
Sr P Like You" FAIR HOffice
R-nr- ."lTw "W'rp People Like You" FAIR HOUSING LENDER


I


COSTIN INSURANCE


A twAGENCY, INC


(Formerly M P Tomlinson Insurance Agency)





: .' i- : ,..


All Forms of Insurance

* Homeowners Auto Flood
Business Packages Group
Hospitalization'. Life Boats
PulpwOod& Logging
Mobile Homes .


Phone 2294g99


322 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe'


um~r~


HOME APPLIANCE REPAIR


'SIDING


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


OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Madison St. Oak Grove Phone 229-8516
Pastor, David Fernandez
FRIENDLY Our people are warm and outgoing.
SPIRITUAL The gifts of the Spirit operate freely in tne
services, and a deep sense of God's
presence can be fell in every service.
EVANGELISTIC We believe the main purpose of the
church is soul-winning.
EDUCATIONAL Christian education holds a high
priority in our church program. Spirit-
filled teachers attempt to instill a
knowledge of God's word into every heart.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ........: ........... ..9:45 A M
MORNINGWORSHIP ............... 11:00 AM.
SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE ............. 6:15 P.M.
WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY ............ 7.15 PM


PAGE TWELVE;


THtE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1983


, ,


elw,^


i