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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880

FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 43


Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1983


i pProperty Request Mix Up


Gene Raffield, outlines the desirability of creating a
plant for preparing, freezing and shipping seafood overseas
here in the Port St. Joe area. Raffield was giving supporfto
the Port Authority plans to create such a center hereiin Port
St Joe to serve the entire Gulf Coast. Seated in front of
Raffield is Port Authority member, Ed Ramsey. Beside
Raffield is Harry Lee Smith, representing the Longshore-
-man's Union, who also supports the facility.



Senator Chiles Sending

His Representative Here
U. S. Senator Lawton Chiles' North Florida district
assistant, Dean Fenn, will be in- Gulf County Friday,
June 24, to assist constituents in this area with any
problems they may be encountering with agenciesof the
im Federal Goveinmenht.
According to Senator Chiles, Fenn will work to assist
the residents of Gulf County with problems concerning
Social Security, Medicare, veterans benefits, disability
compensation and in general, with any Federal agency
S where communications or assistance has broken down.
Fenn will f in the County Commissioners' Room at
the Gulf County Courthouse in Port St. Joe from 2:00
p.m., to 3:00 p.m.


TrwoAgencies Requ

A lack of communications has caused two Gulf County
agencies to try and secure the same piece of government
land, which will be declared surplus soon. Both ,the
County Commission and the Port Authority has made
overtures to try and secure ownership of the former Corps of
Engineers headquarters at White City, dn the Intracoastal
Canal;, which'was just recently abandoned by the Corps,
according to information received in Gulf County.
property, the Port Authority made its claim on the site and
therein lies the problem who is going to make the official
request for Gulf County to gain ownership of the six or seven
L acres on the banks of the canal at White City.
The county has no definite plans for use of the land; but
recognize it as a valuable piece of property..
The Port Authority made a request for the site to be used
as a location for a seafood processing site, preparing seafood
from' all over the Gulf Coast for shipment overseas and
storage in giant freezer buildings.
Gene Raffield, president of Raffield Fisheries of Port St.
Joe told the County Commission Tuesday of the interests of
Gulf Coast fishermen to have a central point for overseas
shipping on the Gulf of Mexico. "Presently, we are trucking
to Tampa or New Orleans for overseas shipment", Raffield
said. Both locations are at extreme ends.of the heavy fishing
area in the Gulf of Mexico. -
Raffield told the County Commission, "If we get in a fuss
over the property, I don't think-either one of us will get it. The
men in Washington aren't interested in getting into our local
disagreements".
,', BUSINESS IS THERE
Raffield pointed out, "The business is-there. I think we
should encourage the building of an operation at White City to
help both the county and the fishing industry. I encouragethis
* body (County-Commissioni-to work with the Port Authority
to make it a reality. It'll be good for Gulf County."
Ed Hamsey, a. member-of the Port Authority, read a
letter from George Tapper, Authority chairman, pointing out
that the property would notb'mne free and that th&ePort
Authority had the money to pay for the property at no cost to
the tax payer. Ramsey said, "Acquiring the White City
property would have no affect on the larger port project plan
here in Port St. Joe.".
Branch said the county was openly pursuing the
ownership,of the property and said, "If the Port Authority
had'a good use for the property, I am willing for them to take
it and use i_. It will be avpilJale to them." .'.
Commissioner Everett Owens remarked, "We're both
after the same.thing. We just don't know what the other oie is
doing and we're both taking .a different approach toward
accomplishing the same thing".
ATMOSPHERE AMICABLE
Both agencies had taken off after the property after
learning it was to become available. Both agencies wanted
the property for the same reasons development for the
county and jobs. Neither knew the other was making an
application until the application was made.


Heart Test ingProgramto Start


'Gulf County Health De-
partment has recently. in-
stalled an electrocardio-
graph machine to initiate a
cardiovascular screening
program for the people of
this area.
According to Verna Tot-
man, Health Department,'
the program is being insti-
gated by Health Depart-
ment Doctor, Herbert Gar-
field and will be operated
strictly as a diagnostic tool
only. The "screening pro-
S gram" will be just that,
S Mrs. Totman said. The
program will be operated


solely to detect early prob-
....Iems with the patient being
notified to see his family
doctor in case any abnor-
malities are, found.
A charge of $12.50 for the
testing program is being
levied by the Health Depart-
ment.
Nurse Totman advised,
"If anybody is having any
symptoms of heart prob-
lems, they should see their
doctor immediately. It will
take several days for us to
get diagnosis of the symp-
toms we might find and
anyone having symptoms


needs immediate diag-
nosis."
Areas to be tested under
the new program include
the EKG, lab tests for
cholesterol, triglycerides,
blood sugar, uric acid,
hemoglobin, urinalysis,
blood pressure, pulse,
height, weight and history.
The lab tests results includ-
ing the reading and
evaluation of the EKG will
be available in approxi-
mately two weeks.
Nurse Totman says heart
problems are' the main
cause of death in the state of


Florida. "We are trying
detect problems early
recommend that the pa
see his doctor when ai
we find problems".
There has been 'no
dule set up as yet for ui
the diagnostic equipn
but its use is expected
start around the end o
month. The equipment
be shuttled back and I
between the Port St. Joe
Wewahitchka units of
Gulf County Health Del
ment buildings for the t
Appointments will be ni
sary for receiving the


White City ParcelfromU.S. Government


While the atmosphere was amicable between, the two
agencies, there was no agreement reached Tuesday as to just
what avenues would be taken to secure the'6property.
Branch said it was news to him that the property would'
cost money. He was under the impression it would be
disposed of as other property in the past, where it was
secured by a government agency free, of charge.
While a motion by Commissioner Doug Birmingham
failed to get ,a second -- for the two agencies to meet and
discuss strategy in securing the property his suggestion
will probably become a reality in the near future to study the
new information introduced by Tapper's letter and Raffield's
presentation Tuesday.


County Commission chairman, Billy Branch, second
from left, gives the County Commission's present position in
securing a piece of surplus property at White City, also '
sought by the Port Authority. at left is County Attorney,
William J. Rish. To Branch's right is Clerk Jerry Gates,


In addition, to the discussion as to who would try and
secure the property, Dave Watkins of Apalachee Planning
Council was present at the meeting and reported the Port
Authority had asked him to look for federal grants to develop
the property. Watkins asked for direction in the matter sine(
he worked primarily for the County Commission.
Watkins was instructed rto prooded with his search for
grants for the Port Authority and for the county as a whole..
Watkins added emphasis to the fact that the land would
not be free by stating, as a matter of information, "I don't
think they're going to give it away". Watkins couldn't
express even a guess as to how much the government would
ask for the property.


going over a letter to the Board from Port Authority
chairman, George Tapper, and Commissioner Doug
Birmingham, who wants a meeting between the two agencies
to discuss the matter.
-Star photos


t *'



Authorl'iToId. Ne


For Seafood Shipping Facility On Gulf Coast


Gene Raffield, local seafood pro-
ducer, told a meeting of the Port
Authority Monday that some 20 seafood


producers on the Gulf of Mexico were
interested in seeing a central overseas
'.' shipping facility constructed to serve
their needs. Raffield told.the Authority
S members such a facility would grow
ng to into a major operation with the growth
and of the overseas market. "Fish is food
tient and there's a market for food", Raffield
nd if told the members, stressing the point
that the product was in demand and
sche- more than likely would remain so..
se of Raffield said that at the present
ient, time, producers are shipping out of any
4d to port they can and renting freezer space
f the for storage all the way from New
will Orleans to Tampa, resulting in expen-
forth sive and bothersome extra handling
and and trucking of their product to get it to
the dockside and load it on ships.
part- The local producer said the seafood
ests. people ship a minimum of 500 tons at a
ec'es- time. "We can't get a ship to stop for
test. less than this amount", he said. A full


Shipload is 2,000 tons, Raffield pointed
out.
Raffield said the last seafood


**


shipment was out of Tampa, which
resulted in a 325 mile trucking problem
(Continued On Page 6)'


Bridge Put On Hold


The State Department of Trans-
portation notified Port Authority
chairman, George Tapper this week
that the preliminary engineering
activities on a new high rise bridge
at Highland View is being brought to
a hall at the present time by. DOT.
In a letter to Tapper, who is out
of town this week on vacation and
couldn't be reached for comment,
pointed out that the port project is
not progressing as originally antici-
pated. Engineering was progressing
as long as there was progress being
made on getting the port project
underway.
The Port Authority had' a


commitment from DOT that work on
the high rise bridge to replace a
draw span across the Gulf County
Canal would begin just as soon, as
work on the port started .
The manpower being used on the
high rise bridge is being diverted to
projects which are currently funded
for construction, according to the
letter.
The DOT letter said the depart-
ment will reschedule the necessary
preliminary engineering activities
and construction of the bridge
facility, should development of the
port concept continue and construe-
tion funding be obtained.


Flag Day...


Tuesday was Flag Day in the nation and it
was observed in Port St. Joe by .the VFW post,
which presented a flag to the Bay 'St. Joseph
Care Center and raised the flag in a short
t


'ceremony.
In the photo at left, Post Commander, Bill
Schlickman, right, presents the flag to care
center manager, Mike' Campbell. In the photo at


right, the flag is hoisted on the new flag pole in
front of the center, in a brief ceremony at 10:00
a.m. Tuesday. --Star photos


Entire County Eligible for


Flood Insurance Coverage
Gulf County is now comp- the owner meet the require- percent of the lots on the road
letely eligible to receive the ments. Rish said, "It's the have been built upon.
permanent type flood insur- responsibility of the building This stipulation is for streets
ance," which was to go into inspector to tell the property which are not part of a
effect yesterday, June 15. owner what he must do and subdivision.
Just getting in under the what his elevation require- Under the present require-
deadline with their approval ments are, but it is his meant, the road in question
of the necessary ordinance, responsibility to see that the would have to wait for a year
the County Commission ap- requirements are met". tobe accepted by the county,
proved the ordinance Tuesday In Gulf County building even though it has existed for
which would make the pro- levels range up from eight feet 20o years
gram operative in the county. above sea level. The highest .
The City of Port St. Joe requirement in the county, is Commissioner Everett Ow-:
passed the ordinance Tuesday on the banks of the Apalachi- ens wanted to amend the'
of last week. cola River, near the Owl ordinance to allow the county
The City of Wewahitchka Creek area, where a building to accept ioads if they had
had previously adopted the must be approximately 21 feet been in existence for more.
plan which allowed the per- above sea level to qualify for than a year, met some.ptiblie
manent insurance plan to be the flood insurance. In most purpose and were acceptable.
written in the two largest other parts of the county, the by the county after an on-sight-
incorporated areas in the requirement is eight feet inspection.
county. above sea level. Owens' motion died for lack
The only question brought ROAD REQUIREMENTS of a second, so it is stllk
up by the Commissioners, A request from Rudy Pippin mandatory that a road be-
was, who would be liable for for the county to accept maintained by the owner for
giving certification that the ownership of a dirt road which at least a year or have 15
requirements of the flood has existed for over 20 years, percent occupancy, and meet
insurance ordinance were be- brought on considerable dis- a public purpose.
ing met. cussion about the subdivision TO INSPECT HWY. 71
Attorney William J. Rish requirements Tuesday. Two weeks ago, the County.
said the guidelines handed Currently a road can be Commission expressed a con-
down by the federal govern- accepted by the county only cern that Highway 71 and its
ment, made it the responsibil- after it has existed for at least recent re-surfacing job was
ity of the owner to see 'that a year and. after at least 15 (Continued On Page 6)


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-=Editorials


and Comments


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, JUNE 16. 1983


Beaches



-Monitor

:The Beaches area in our county
Si't what you would call a closely-
Skiiit community. They are not
S incorporated and therefore they do
i not have some of the services they
Should normally have if they were an
F: incorporated area with a charter
Sand a local government.
They are a community which is
knit closely enough to get together
and work for what they want and
: !what they need.
It was interesting to note a few
months ago that they gave the nod
7to a private firm to put a water
S system in their area and charge
S them what it was worth to provide
-that water. This was in lieu of a
water system financed by a govern
S ment loan and with its attendant
a -government red tape and a match-
Sing government grant. The people
South at the beaches took a dim view of
.government telling them they would
bezforced to take advantage of a



Act Now!
: .. A note to the teen-agers
__vas sent to us by relatives
.,enclosing a paragraph from
. the Spokane, Wash., "Mirror"
with some sage advice to teen
agers.
Parents might also benefit
from this advice by showing it
to your teens who think they
are out-growing you.
z : Here it is:
"If you are tired of being
hassled by unreasonable par-
ents .. NOW is the time for
action!
Leave home! Pay your
O I. wn way! While you still know
everything."




Like It
Flood insurance is with us now
S permanently.
From what we can find out,
S body knows what the program
9neans or what it allows, or what it
S .rotects, but we have it: the
permanent coverage variety.
The Star fails to see how the
S State of Florida, and Gulf County in
': particular, has managed these 400
f 3' 3lus years without flood insurance.
3'roperty owners knew if the rising
ivaters washed away their buildings,
4hey weren't covered. So, they tried
3 o find out what the high water mark
3vas and the proneness to flooding
before building.
z Now, we suppose, property
owners will just build like the



A Couple of
AN INVITATION WAS sent out to
alumni of Florida State University last pu
"Yeek to attend a cocktail party and an
-roundbreaking for the new campus to ba
.built in Panama City. The invitation cc
was sent out last week and the
; groundbreaking is this week.
A lot of people worked long and
hard to get the campus approved for
Panama City in order to make four
years of college available in Bay county
in order to serve this part of Florida. A
lot of people are gratified that the
S campus is finally going to be construct-
ed.:The work they did on the project
was "satisfying, I'm sure.
The invitations which were sent out
;*. to the alumni featured a cocktail party
Si as the major event and almost left out bi
!* the fact that ground was going to be
broken for the Bay County campus. As so
S a matter of fact, if you were to just skim --
.over the text on the invitation, you le
Might miss out on the excuse to have ra
Sthiszcocktail party. .
I, if somebody wants to have a ag
:..cocktail party, it's alright with me. cc
; They can abuse their bodies any way hi
;: they wish.


Trying to



Growth

public water supply if it was put in
with government money. It makes
no difference whether the water was
good, the plant maintained properly
and reliable or not,
The people at the Beaches
showed they can work together' to
get what they want whether or not
they are incorporated.
It matters not we think they
have enough residents and are
thickly enough populated they need
to be incorporated to have some
proper direction for their area.
Most recently, a handful of
people at the Beaches decided they
needed a fire department and a
building for the department.
They got together and went to
work and just 10 days ago, they
dedicated a shiny new building to
their community'to serve it in 'any
capacity which may be needed.
The people at the Beaches
recognize they are going to grow in
spite of themselves. With people
flocking more and more to. the
waterfront, they couldn't stop
growth if they wanted to.
So, the next best thing is to try
and keep a handle on the growth and
make it orderly and sensible. Take
care of the people's needs and .the
community will flourish.
If the people at the Beaches
continue to keep a hand on their
growth and provide for it, they may
still maintain a small-town family-
type atmosphere in their area. They
may not have the very element,
destroyed which people are moving
here to find.
Maybe more of us could take a
lesson from the Beaches and be
concerned about the future of our
area. Act rather than re-act. Make'
preparation to the future and be
willing to get out and do some of the
things we need done, by ourselves.


or Not
government tells them to; they will
purchase the flood insurance and if
the building washes away, just
notify the insurance company.
We believe the practice will
encourage building on property
which has not been attractive to
builders before because of the
danger from loss.
Like we say, we managed
without it for 400 plus years, but
now, like it or not, you have it
available. As a matter of fact,"if you
borrow money from a government
insured lender in order to build
your building, you must have it.
For what it's worth, you have it,
in a permanent state.
Enjoy it!


A MAN'S WORLD ,

S Mannie Gunn


BY SHAD PHANTRY
IL. *


Mannie Gunn is a farmer.
Now, he's not just an ordinary
farmer as we. know farpiers.
Mannie Gunn is' a special
farmer. You see,-Mannie does
all his farming with a hoe and
a four-pronged rake. Oh yes, I
was about to forget his chair.
The hoe, the Take and the
chair; that's all Mannie Gunn
uses to farm a patch of land of
about six acres."
One day, not too long ago, I
took a wrong turn on a road
and found myself on a single-
lane dirt road and, as I'was
about to turn around, I spotted
this man sitting in a chair in
the middle of this field,
hoeing. I' stopped, immedi-
ately! I knew that I must talk
to him because there was a
story sitting there. And I was
right.
Mannie Gunn is a farmer by.
trade. Originally he was a
tobacco farmer but that was a
long' time ago, and it was
during the time the tobacco
barn blew up with Mannie in
it. You see, Mannie is sup-
posed to be dead;' should have


Things Happened Whic


It hardly seems consistent to me to
it up signs at FSU's football stadium.
id at the front door of their gym
inning drinking; then feature a
cktail party at the beginning of a new


are having a groundbreaking in order
to have a cocktail party or are they
having a cocktail party in order to have
a groundbreaking?
It's hard to tell.


ETA OINSHRDLU

L By: W


ranch of the campus.
The cocktail party is being spon-
red by the Student Union. You know
-students are those'people we want to
t start drinking when they are 18
either than wait until they are 21.
Come to think of it, if thedrinking
ge in Florida had' been raised the
cocktail party-groundbreaking would
ive to be called off.
I am still trying to figure out if they


died fourteen years ago in that
fiery blast that threw him
some thirty-odd feet from the
place where he was standing,
and completely obliterated the
tobacco barn. The blast was so
fierce that it blew off all his
clothes and his shoes were
blown off and were still tied


when they found them. Yessir,
by all rights Mannie Gunn
should be dead. But he'ain't.
He's still farming.
Mannie is a colored man and
is seventy-three years old. He.,
lives in a small wooden house
in Quincy, Florida and al-
though. he doesn't do any


Dear Mr. Ramsey:
When I was in Paris last fall,
my mother, Laura Geddie,
sent me a copy (actually, she
sent several copies) of your
delightful column, "A Genuine
Author--Mickey Friedman-,
Has Grown Up in Our Midst."
The headline alone would have
made my day, but I also loved
your speculations about whe-
ther my forthcoming mystery
novel, "Hurricane Season"
(E. P. Dutton) is "set in the
back yards of Marvin and
Garrison Avenues." Since the


h Just Plain
U.S. Congress, Hutto had represented
us until the first of this year. For old
times sake, Congressman Earl will still
have a special place in our lives and in
our district, even though Congressman


esley R. Ramsey


ALTHOUGH HE IS NO longer in
our district,, I suppose the people of
Gulf County will always consider Earl
Hutto as one of their Congressmen. Of
course, we now have Don Fuqua of
Altha as our Congressman and hei'will
do us a good job. Congressman Don is a
fine man who knows how we people
here in the Panhandle of Florida think.
Still, ever since he has been in the


Don represents us ably.
Congressman Hutto is like the
preacher who is now serving another
church, we have fond memories and a
fond attachment for him and will
continue to have, no matter how much
time passes since he last officially was
a part of us.
Last week, his home newspaper,
the Panama City News-Herald was
taking Congressman Hutto to task for


-back yaid 'of your house onr
Marvin touched the back yard
of the house where I grew up
.on Garrison, you wondered,
"Are we in her novel?"
I was chuckling over that
when a tiny chill crept up my
backbone. I realized that I do
"have a character in the. book
named Wesley. Oh my good-
ness.,
Now that "Hurricane Sea-
son" is about to appear, it
seems a good time to reassure
you that intact neither you nor.-


tobacco farming any. more,.
he's still a farmer. And he
works at it every day. Because
of his burned condition, Man-
nie is unable to stand or walk
for any distance, so he 'must
sit in his chair and do his
farming. He does it all with
the hoe, rake and the chair.
Mannie has a code that he
lives by. Here are some of his.
observations on life! "Man got
to be the head of the house; he
got to be boss! If my wife tell
me not to jump in the fire, I'se'-
goin' to jump in 'cause she told
-me not to."
In a' more serious vein,
Mannie'says, "I don't owe no
man one single dime that I


any real person appears in my
book, either thinly or thickly,
disguised. The atmosphere.
and setting come from my
imagination. Don't give up.
hope, though. As you pointed'
out, there was plenty of
material in the Garrison-Mar-
vin area, aind there's always
the chance you'll find yourself
in some future book.
I am coming to St. Joe in
'early July, and am looking
forward to seeing you and all
my friends. For those who
want to buy a copy of


ain't paid him, and if I tell a
man I'se going' to do somein',
I'se going' to do it. And I'se a'
Christian man andl'se believe
the good Lord takes care of
me, what I don't take care of
mysefe. A man told' me,
i "Mannib, you'se worked
enough for a man that lived to
be a ;'hunnered and twenty
years old!" But I just keep on.
working' cause it make 'me
peaceful and contented as, I
can be."
*Mannie Gunn is a farmer, a
Christian, a father and a hard
worker. But more than any-
'thing, Mannie Gunn is one
heck-of-a MAN!
"'Old friends are the best."


* 9


"Hurricane Season" ($13.95),,
there will be a reception and
book-signing on Thursday,
July 7, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.in't'
the Gulf County Library in the
'Court House' complex. the
proceeds will benefit the Li-
brary, and the public is
invited.
I hope everyone in St. Joe
will enjoy reading "Hurricane
Season" as much as I enjoyed
writing it.
'Best regards,
Mickey Friedman


Bugged Me This Week
taking a fact-finding trip to Central Jeane Kirkpatrick learned enough
America. Heaven knows, if America about the area in a one-day visit to oust
ever needed to find out some facts, we Thomas 0. Enders 'from his 'job as
need to do it with Central America. Assistant Secretary of State for Latin
The News-Herald was chiding Earl American Affairs and set the direction
Sfor his trip andwondering how he could of America's involvement in the
come up with an opinion on Central situation, based on that one-day visit.
America after being there for only If she can learn all that'in one day
three days. and several Senators can get defeated
S ++++'on the strength of a visit and testimony
IF I WERE TO take a guess, I from others and become so convinced
would think one could have a far better. of what is going to happen inCentral
understanding of Central America after America that they risk being kicked out
being there for three days than one of office to give away the Panama
could have' after" sitting in a chair Canal, an on-sight visit must be pretty
behind a desk in Panama City, informative and convincing.
thousands of miles away from the The vote did cost several Senators
scene, for however long., their job even though the things
++++ happened they were warned would
OTHER THAN THE three days happen if the canal was maintained by
spent there, I would suppose HUtto had the U.S.
as much information at his finger-tips It happened anyhow. The canal was
on the region as the News-Herald had given away to prevent insurgency in the
from its sources, but Hutto had the' area, but we got the insurgency
on-sight investigation to bolster or anyhow.
prove his second-hand knowledge right I have never been to Central
or wrong. America, but I firmly believe things
Reading in Newsweek thus past have just begun to perk in coffee
week, I saw where U. N. Ambassador, country.


-WIN THE
Published Evey Thursdy at 301
By The Star A

WesleR. Ramsey ...
r iPu/i tpS William H. Ramsey
Frenchle L Ramsey ....
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Junel6 3:49p.m. 1:57a.m.
June17 4:12p.m. 2:15a.m.
June 1812:19p.m. 2:02a.m.
it. June19 9:46 a.m. 12:33a.m.
he 7:58p.m.
ia- June20 9:30a.m. 7:42p.m.
.S. June 21 9:45a.m. 8:09p.m.
hi- June22 10:10a.m. 8:46p.m.
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Beach Auxiliary On Univ. of


PAGE THREE


Raising Funds
Attention Gulf County
Beaches residents: Come to a
fund raising Tupperware
party for the. Beaches Volun-
teer Fire Department, given
by the Ladies Auxiliary, Tues-
day;, June 21 at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Call 648-5253 for details.
The auxiliary will hold their
regular meeting June 27 at'7
p.nr. at the Fire Station


N.C.Dean'sList
Frank Douglas (Dusty) May
was recently named to the
Dean's Honor Roll for the
College of Arts and Sciences,
The University of North Ca-
rolina at Chapel Hill.
Dusty received all "A's" in
his course work for the Spring
1983 semester.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
David May of Port St. Joe.


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PAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
SUNDAYSCHOOL ............. ....... 9:45 AM M
WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 PM
C HURCH TRAINING (Sunday) .......... 6:30 P M
MId-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7:30 PM
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First

Presbyterian Church
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Phone 227-1756 .
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .......... 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOLCLASS ......... 11:00A.M.
Study in the Gospels. Wednesday 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857

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Summer Fun
NEED TO IMPROVE YOUR GOLF SWING? Billy
Barlow, left, golf instructor for the City's summer recreation.
program, is shown as he enlightens several ladles on how to


improve their game this week. Mr. Barlow is at the 16th
Street 9-hole golf course Monday through Friday, from 8:30
to 12:00, and 1:00 to 4:30. Anyone, youngsters dr adults, may
participate in the program. Golf clubs and balls are furnish-
ed. -Star photo
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Reunion
THE CLASS OF 1943 of Port St. Joe High School
graduated 21 students. Of that number, 12 attended a class
reunion held recently, the first reunion that the class has
held. Two of the original 21 students have died, two sent
regrets and a letter to the class, and five were unable to be


found.,
Shown, from left, are: I
Roberts Powell, Lenora Join
McGill, Mary Helms Smith, Cl
Chatham, Ruby Lee Whitfh
Schoelles, Joyce Morris Olive
Johnson Belln.


"Everyone Needs A Will"- '


A will is a necessary' docu- person to'leave his estate .to
ment for anyone to have, his survivors without taxes
attorney Fred Witten told the getting the'-lion's share, if a
Rotary Club last Thursday. property owner has it properly
"There have been changes outlined in a will", the speaker
made in the estate laws said.
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S. J. "SMILEY" ANCHORS.


By Death Ju
'Mr. Ike Watson, 90,. of
Highland View passed away in
his home Wednesday- night,
June 8, following an extended
illness. He was a farmer by
trade, and had lived in High-
land View since 1954
RHe is survived by: his wife,
Addie Watson of Highland
View; three sons, Alton Wat-
son of Paxton. Curtis Watson
of White City, and Frank
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Highland View; 20 grandchild-
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ren; one brother, Wash Wat-
son' of' Paxton; two sisters,
Emma Burkett of Gaskin,.and
Mamie Lee Wallis of DeFuni-
ak Springs.
Funeral services were held
Friday morning, June 10 at
10:00 a.m. in the Comforter"
Funeral Home Chapel with the
Rev. Gordon Adams offici-
ating. Interment followed in
Holly Hill Cemetery.'.
All arrangements were un-
der the direction of Comforter
Funeral Home:

Reception for


The First United Methodist
Church cordially invites
everyone to come by to
welcome their new minister
on Sunday night immediately
following church service.


ary for a person to have a I
large estate to have a need for
a will. "To remove any doubt
about who you want to have
what, write it down idra will", I
Witten said.
Witten outlined some things

ion Fair Sets

SpecialProgram
pThei men of Zion Fair
Baptist Church are planning a
Father's Day program for-
Sunday, June 19, at 11:00 a.m.
Rev. Ben Morning will be
the speaker. Special music
will be provided by "Genesis"
under the direction of Michael
Leslie.
Recognition will also :be
given to the Father of the
Year. Rev. A. Moore and
members invite everyone to.
come and worshipvith them ,,
on this Father's Day.

Sumnmer Program1
Atliriary <1
The summer library theme
at the St. Joe Public Library
this year is '"Summer Yum-
mer." The program will start';'.
June 20, when children may.,
come by the library, sign up
and get their reading folders
to start them on their way. '
Mrs' Daniel Lucas:, will
conduct the programs at the,
library on Tuesdays, at 2:30
p.m., with the first story hour
on June 21.


Dot Costin Magidson, Betty
ison Lewis, Pauline Owens
iarles J. Steven, Jr., Thomas
eld Cruser, Julane Hinson
r, Thomas Smith and Mary



Witten'
to look out for in preparing a
will. He advised that the will,
should name the executor, the'
one who sees that the terms of
the will are carried out. See
that the will is written so as to
direct the distribution of your
property as you wish.
Witten said the will simpli-
fies the final distribution of
property with no questions to
be decided. Without a will,
property is distributed by a
fixed formula set by law,
which might be contrary to
what the property owner
wants.
Witten said .that by 1987 a
property owner could have an
estate of $600,000 without 4
being bothered by estate tax-
es. He said the amount is
escalating' each year to the
$600,000 plateau by 1987. The
attorney also pointed out that
a husband can't disinherit a
wife; but a wife can disinherit
a husband.,
Witten advised any person
pho owns. anything at all to
prepare a will for its distribu-.
tiin at his or 'her death.


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Miss Lynda Dianne Graham and


James Michael Mock Exchange Vows
Lynda Dianne Graham and ed by Mrs. David Fernandez, baby's breath with white satin table. Analisa Wood passed
James Michael Mock were soloist and Mrs. Sharon Wat- and streamers. out rice bags during the
united in marriage on May 28 son, organist. Mrs. Lori H. Moore. of reception.
at-the First Baptist Church of. Giyen in marriage by her Atlanta, Georgia served as The wedding was under the
Port St. Joe during a beautiful parents and escorted to the Matron of Honor and, Linda direction of Mrs Charlotte
candlelight, double ring cere- altar by her father, the bride Rushing of Port St. Joe served Pierce.
mony performed by Rev. was radiant in a traditional as Maid of Honor. Brides- After a wedding trip to
David Fernandez. formal gown of white knit maids were Katie Godwin, Destin Beach, the couple will
The bride is the daughter of chiffon with wedgewood lace, sister of the groom, Teresa reside in Port St. Joe. The
Mr. and Mrs. Waylon Graham shiffle embroidery, re-em- Davis of McGehee, Arkansas, bridegroom is employed with
of Port St. Joe. She is the broidered Alencon lace, and and Donna Brant of San Gulf County Sheriff's Depart-
:.granddaughter of Mr. and Venise lace. The fitted bodice Antonio, Texas, Miss Francie ment, and the bride is employ-
f. Ms. William Holley of Pana- was enriched with a high lace Garrett was the flower girl. ed with St. Joseph Telephone
:ma City, and Mr. and Mrs. neckline and princess sleeves. Ronnie Butler of Port St. Joe and Telegraph Company
: Ptloyd Bryant of Blountstown. The skirt was full and high- was the best man. Grooms-
;'The bridegroom is the son of lighted with a panel of re- men were Tony Graham,
.Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mock embroidered Alencon lace me- brother of the bride, .Bill A rehearsal dinner was
S.of Port St. Joe. He is the dallions, and accented with Godwin, brother-in-law of the hosted by James and Nancy
S ;. -grandson of Mrs. Inez Mock wide tiers of wedgewood, groom,n Phil McLeod, and Mock on May 27.


; nd the late Charles A. Mock
. f Marianna, and Mrs. Mary
Catherine Meister and the late
,f ' pnnsylvania. He is the great
.grandson of Mrs. Myra Croyle
of Altoona, Penn.
- ,Nuptial music was perform-

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encircling the'skirtito form a
majestic circular flounced ca-
thedral train. She chose a
matching lace cap with a veil
of silk illusion.
The bride carried a colonial
bouquet of white rosebuds,
entwined with English ivy and


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To Wed


Hershal Harrison of Chand-
ler, Oklahoma and Geetruida
Van Zetten of Utrecht, Hol-
land are proud to announce
the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter, Rhonda May, to
Thomas Edward Garcia, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Al Garcia of


VICKI DIANNE LAND


MR. AND MRS. MOCK


Keith Davidson, all of Port St.
Joe.
Following the ceremony the
bride's parents hosted a re-,
ception-in the church Fellow-
ship Hall. Mrs. Peggy, Hea-
cock and Mrs. Sarah Allen
served as floor hostesses.
Assisting at the- reception
.were Mrs. Tonya Knox,
bride's cake; Mrs. Debbie
Burch, groom's cake; Ms."
Lynne Parker, punch table;,
Mrs. Cindy Ellzey, coffee,
table; and Mrs. Brenda Wood
and Miss Holly Grahah", cou-
sin of the bride, hors d'oeuvres


SEngage
Mrs. Marvin Jarrell Land Joe.
has announced the engage- -
ment and approaching marri-
age of her daughter, Vicki
Dianne, to Alston Martin
Noah, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Garrell Cela Noah, Jr. of
Selma, Alhbama. She is also
the daughter of -the late


A bridal shower was given Marvm Jarreu l ianof 01 Port
at the First Baptist Church. St.~Joe.
and hosted by Mrs. Frederick The bride-elect is a gradu-
Allen, Mrs. James Bray, Mrs. ate of Port St. Joe Junior-
Charles Cloud, Mrs. L. C. Senior High School and the
Davis, Mrs. Joe Fortner, Mrs. University of Alabama where
Robert Heacock, Mrs. Harold she was a member of Phi Mu
Hinote, Mrs. Therman Jacobs, Sorority. Vicki is presently
Mrs. Ernest Lowery, 'Mrs. employed as a Special Needs
Everett O-Ovens, Mrs. Dewey. Instructor with the State of
Patterson, and Mrs. David. Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
Rich. The groom-elect is a gradu-
A miscellaneous shower ate of John T. Morgan Aca-
held at Raffield's houseboat demy in Selma. He will
was .given by Lori Moore,' graduate from the University
Katie Godwin, Debbie Burch, of Alabama in August. He is a
and Sissy Worley on May 24. member of Kappa Alpha
Fraternity.
The wedding is planned for
August 20 at 6:30 in 'the
evening at the First United
Methodist Church, Port St.


Panama City.
The wedding will be an
event of Saturday, June 25 at
Beach Baptist Chapel at 1:00
EST. All friends and relatives
are invited to share in this
joyous occasion, and to attend
the reception to be held at the
Mexico Beach Chamber of
Commerce Building.


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"PortfSt.' Joe, Florida .

CHURCHSCHOOL ..................... .. 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................. ..." 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ..................... 7:30P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6:30 P.M I
CHOIR REHEARSAL(Wednesday) ........... 7:30 P;.M
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THURSDAY and FRIDAY,

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Port St. Joe


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Mr-. and Mrs. William Dee-
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announced the: engagement
and approaching marriage of,
their daughter, Barbara Ann
Deeson to Gene Alan Cassady,
son of, Barbara Allen of
'Panama City and Floyd Cas-
sady of Grand Bay, Alabama.
The bride-elect is a 1983
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School. She is presently em-
ployed at Renfro Auto Parts.
Her fiance is a 1977 graduate
of Mobile County High School.
He is presently attending
Rhema Bible Training Center
in Tulsa, Ok. and will gradu-
ate in 1984. He is employed at
ORU's City of Faith Medical
and Research Center in Okla-
homa.
The wedding is planned for'
June 20th at 7:00 P.M. EST at
the First United Methodist
Church of Springfield, 7th and
School Avenue, Panama City.
All friends and relatives are
invited. A reception will follow
in the fellowship hall.


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Port. St.. Joe Elementary
School announces the Honor
Roll for the sixth six weeks
grading period.
ALL A's
First grade: Melissa Ander-
son, Shannon Antley, Clay
Cox, Lee Duren, Racheal
'Dykes, Shannon Griffin,
Christie McCulley, Shalonda
McNeal, Allen Marshall, Chris
Nixon, Jamie Parrish, Eric
Ramsey, Mindy Whitfield, Ni-
chole Wilder, Brian Wombles.
Second grade: Amy Bu-
chanan, Brad Buzzett, Tappan
Gandy, Daniel Hughes, Cry-
stal Kennington, Jodi Mapes,
Arion Nickson,. Leah Ray,
Tina Rich, Chuck Watson,
Timothy Whitfield, Analisa
Wood. '
Third grade: Angel Barr,
Scott Boykins, Teleshi Dani-
els, Rachel :Higdon, itristy
Melvin, Patricia Nedley, Sta-
cey Newsome, Marla Perry;
Jenny Simmons, Jason White,
Jamey Wilder.
Fourth grade: Erich Hoh-
A man, Ron Kegley, 'wen White
SEagle. .
-' Sixth grade: Lance Camfp-
Sbell. .
bl l. ALL A's and B's
"Steven Ailes, Tim Baker,
Kelly Burkett, Christy Chain-
c6y, Kara Hogue, Kevin Lee,
Joey Newberry, Erin Oliver,
Pausha Penfdarvis,-Tarus Ri-
ley,.Lori Rucker, Tina Sewell,
Mandi: Stafford, Andy Smith,.
Mikl'Schwiert, Adam Taylor,
Latonya Williams, Kelli Yea-
ger. ...-: .
S Second grade: Ray Bolden;
.Bill Brown, 'Michael Evaris,
SKendall Hogte, HeatherJolp-
son, April Little, Sherry Lud
lam, Brian McLeod, Kristin
Nichols, LaJuan Quinn, Tra-
vis Williams.
; Third grade: Tenesa
: Adams, Norton Arrant, Pame-
la Bowen, Brian Hill, Mary
Ann Byrd, Shelley Campbell,
LaKitcha Daniels, Karen La-
nier, Jason Lee, Brian Lemi-
eux, 'Jeffery Little, Andrea
.McCulley, Kellie Moree, Mat-
thew Pate, Felisha Pittman,
Davina Seymour, Paquetta
Thomas, Jason Witten.
Fourth grade: Lisa Adkins,
Brienda Burns, Roy Campbell,
,Derrick Chitty, Chris Cox,
Dale Evensen, David Fernan-


S Norman Gerald Martin, Jr.


Three Tomorrow
. Norman Gerald Martin, Jr.
will celebrate his third birth-
day this Friday, June 17.
Jerry will celebrate on Satur-
day with a Dukes of Hazzard
party at his home. Jerry is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Gerald Martin, Sr. of High-
land View, and a very special
boy to Mr. and Mrs..J. C.
McArdle of Port St. Joe.
Helping Jerry celebrate this
special daiy will be his big
-sister, Jennifer Michelle,
along with his family :and
friends. .
Jerry.is- the grandson of
Mrs. Ernest Goff and the late
Ernest Goff of Highland View,
-aind Mr. and Mrs. Norman M.
Martin of Howard's Creek.
Jerry is the great grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman G.
Martin of Port St. Joe, and Mr.
Virgal Pate of Blountstown.

/GOOD I
4-REASONS
to see your good
neighbor agent


dez, Patrick Freeman, Lori
Gentry, Kyle Griffin, Regi-
nald Larry, Blake Little,
Rachel McCulley, Vivian Mil-
ler, Susan Minger, Paula
Pendarvis, Trisha Phillips,
Benjamin Russ, Mathew Tary-
lor, 'Nicole Whaley, Stephen
White.:
Fifth grade': Jim Anderson,
Larry Byrd, :Mark Godwin,
Amanda Jackson, Timothy


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Kerigan, John Moore, Robbin
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Sixth grade: Lacheryl Bai-
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Matt Durham, Carmen Frazi-
er, Wendy Groos, Laney Ho-
well, J. Lee Johnson, Stacy
Kemp, Mickey Lewter, Mark
McWaters, Tracy Melvin,
Missy Rice, Michele Taylor,
Debby Tomlinson, Kristin Tot-
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Historical Society


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1983


Promoting Parks Development


The St. Joseph Historical
Society met June 4th, 1983 at
the Corinne Costin Gibson
Library. Mr. Wayne Childers,
president, conducted the
meeting.
It was recommended that
the Society order the book
"Ibervilles Gulf Journal,' a
History of Metals in Colonist
America".
A report of the celebration


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of the opening of the new wing
of the Florida Constitution
Museum was a complete
success.
The Gulf County Park Com-
mission, Mrs. J. T. McNeill,
Mrs. Charles Brown, and Mr.
Wayne Childers met with the
County Commission and then
with their representative, Mr.
Eldridge Money, to discuss
plans to acquire the land from


government agencies for
parks for Gulf County. The'
discussion included 35 acres at
Lagoon Beach, 40 acres at
Beacon Hill, and a group of
realtors have offered 700 feet.
north of government property.
The Historical Society prges
community interest in this
project,
The ten acre old St. Joseph
Cemetery boundary lines


should be marked with perma-
nent markers designating it as
City property. The property
was originally a gift from the
J. T. McNeill family, and
should be reserved as such.
It was noted that the old
railroad wheels are still un-
dergoing treatment at the
Paper Mill for preservation
purposes before putting them
on display.


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Port Authority. (Continued from Page 1)


for his firm "and more for a producer
over in Pascagoula, Miss.".
Raffield said Port St. 4oe has
several pluses for it in establishing a
shipping point with holding facilities
here. "We're right in the middle of the
coast and Gulf of Mexico producers
are what we are talking about", he
said. "We're ideally located to serve
producers from the entire Gulf of
Mexico and the shipping from here.
would save the producer a tremendous
amount of money and make some for
Port St. Joe", he 'pointed out.


The Port Authority is pursuing the
idea of receiving, processing and
storing the seafood products at a point
in White City and shipping out of the
McKenzie docks here in Port St. Joe.
The reason for the plans, of course, is
the St. Joe Paper Company's position of
not letting'the potential deep water port
property go piecemeal. Although SJPC
has agreed to sell the Port Authority the
property, commitments to using the
proposed facility are necessary for long
term financing. Shipping is depressed
at the time and the shipping firms are


CINDY'S DARLIN' DOLLS: These six young ladles also participated in the twirling
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Twirl ana Advanced Down-
field March;
Sherry Creel, who placed
third in Advanced Dance
Twirl and Advanced Down-


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second in Basic Sl
second in Modeling;
Maria Perry, wh
second in Solo.


WIN TROPHIES: Four of Port St. Joe High School's majorettes participated in a Twi
Camp held recently. From left, Melissa Wood, captain; Michelle Hicks, Sherry Creel
Monica French.



M. Gulf County

minutes School Board


The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on May 3, 1983 at 5:30 PM at
(he Highland View Elemen-.
tary School. The following
'members were present: Ted
Whitfield, Paul Sewell, Way-
ron Graham, Oscar Redd.
Board member Raffield was
absent The Superintendent
was also present.
, Chairman Whitfield pre-
sided and the meeting was
opened with prayer by Sewell
and followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance. '
- The Board recognized four
students from Gulf. County
who have won district honors
ih the PRIDE Award Pro-
gram. This is a state-wide
program designed to select
the outstanding student in
iach school system for exemp-
lary performance: Stephanie
Silton, Mathematics; Stewart
Chris Edwards, Science; Mar-
tin Wayne Neel, Social Stu-
dies; Betty Jean Pitts, Writ-
ipg.
Frankie Mills met with the
Board and discussed the pos-
sibility of furnishing security
services for the schools in Gulf
County. After a. discussion,
Mr. Mills' proposal was taken
under consideration by the
'Board for further action.
On motion by Sewell, second
* by Redd, the minutes of April
5:and 21,1983 were unanimous-
ly approved.
;Perry McFarland, Presi-
dent of the Port St. Joe Band
S Boosters met with the Board
and requested assistance in
plirchasing new, band uni-
firms for the next school year.
Oi motion by Graham, second


by Sewell, the Board voted
unanimously to make the
Band Boosters a loan of a
portion of the purchase price
with the Band Boosters re-
paying the loan over a five
year period of time. Details of
the agreement are on file in
the School Board Office.
Ned Ailes, President of Port
St. Joe Elementary School
PTA met with the Board and
discussed the possibility of
School Board matching funds
, for the purpose of paving a
play area for, kindergarten,
construction of an obstacle
course for PE department,
' purchase of additional instruc-
tional T.V. monitors. On mo-
tion by Graham, second by
Sewell, the Board unanimous-
ly voted to match $3,000 for
these projects.
On motion by Sevwell, second
by Redd, the Board unan-
mously approved the follow-
ing personnel matters for the
1983-84 school year:
County Office: Juanita
Cross, Finance Officer; Ruby
Sanders, Payroll Clerk; Don-
na Pate, Fiscal Clerk; Joan
McCroan, Finance Clerk; Do-
rothy Leavins, Secretary, to
Superintendent; Yrances
Shores, Secretary to Director
of School Food Service and
Special Programs.
Staff Development: Patri-
cia Worley, Secretary, Staff
Development Center.
Special Services Office:'
Betty Lewis, Secretary; Hazel
Simmons, Transportation
Aide. Pending approval of
project- Phyllis Gortman,
Marylyn Atkins, Dorothy
Jones;


Adult School: Mary F
Innis, Secretary;-Donna"
er, Secretary; Faye Wa
Teacher Aide; Pamela
ams, Teacher Aide; Mal
Walker, Custodian;,
Port St.. Joe Elemer
School: Doris Presnell, S
tary; Sally Lee, Library .
Ruth Lucas, PREP
Helen Kilbourn, PREP i
Teresa Johnson, Aide;
Jones, Aide. Temporary r
ing kindergarten enroll
for 1983-84-- Kim Smith, .
Becky Weston, Aide: ,
Port St. JoeHigh Sc
Betty Bouington, Financ.
ficer; Juanita Powell, S
tary; Marlene Sewell, A
Virginia Smith, Library .
Ernest Williams, Aide; I
da Wood, Guidance Aide
Wewahitchka Elemen
School: Sandra Husband
cretary; Mae Murphy, A
Alane Redd, Aide; P
McDaniel, Aide; Myrle Ji
Aide; Claudice Baxley, A
Betty Gainous, Aide;
chelle Gates, Aide.
Wewahitchka High Scd
Sue-Mathes, Secretary;
nie Harrison, Clerical A
Barbara Eubanks, Aide;
Rue Huddleston, Libi
Aide; Elmer Hall, Auto
chanics Aide (if project
approved).
, Highland View Elemen
School: Carolyn Peak, Se
tary; Marie Anchors, A
Lois Miller; Media Specia
Debbie Creamer, PREP A
Maintenance and Custoi
Alma Bryant, Queen Pittn
Gladys McArdle; Lui
Fleming; Ruby Farm
Edith McGee; Joyce Isaa


hesitant about giving such letters. So,, .
the port project is ridirlg out the current
financial situation.
Since SJPC has announced it will
turn the property loose only when the'
Port Authority is ready to proceed with W
its entire port plan, the seafood
shipping plan is stymied also.
Raffield says it is his opinion that
with the proposed site -preparation at
the port property, it would be more
economical to use the White City site
than it would to use dockside facilities '
as planned in the original port planning FOr Father s Day
scheme. .


County "TAME HIM"
with a' *
(Continued from Page 1) t
inferior and would break up

prime concern with the Com- L *
mission was patches in the
new surface which the Boardl|
felt would not hold up... REC IN ER|
As a result of their fears, the : N .
Commission called the situa- t
tion to the attention of DOT H "Dir
and asked them to investigate Hel" ur''
the matter. With
As a result of the alarm, a "
representative of DOT. Doug contentment-
Cauley, an engineer with the
state agency, will be in Gulf
County today to inspect the
road. .
Cauley and Commission Dads truly enjoy the deep seating comfort
chairman Billy Branch, will and relaxation they get in a Flexsteel Wall
go over the paving project Recliner. It goes from any position lounge
project, starting their inspec- chair to full recliner with only inches of wall
ion at 11:00 a.m., to see if the space's All feature Flexsteel's patented
road meets specifications of seat spring and deep cushioning for unsur-
g camp, the DOT. passed comfort and quality. Tame the tiger
ley, Kim The County has had several inyour Dad with a Flexsteel recliner -
ir photos complaints about workman- I
ship on the road in the past.: ,
OTHER BUSINESS FINE UP
In other matters of business, '. i
the Commission: "There is a Flexsteel Wall
-Advised Mexico Beach
That if they stopped paying the
$250 a month dumping fee, I
io placed they would be forced to stop / .
wirl and using the county's landfill F' -
area for their garbage dispo-
o placed sal.
trut and -Named Chairman Billy .
Branch, and Commissioners
Everett Owens and Doug'
o placed Birmingham to the property
adjustment board.
-Agreed to call for bids for
the county insurance business
and agreed to ask former
insurance agent, M. P. Tom'-
linson, to draw, up specific-
"tions for the policies which
: would ,go nto effect on Octo- .
ber 1.


Bessie Willis; Christine Wor-
ley; Gwen Lowery; Eloise
Henderson; Franklin Fil-
more; Josephine Frazier; Ada
Dozier; Lester Gortman;
Mary Rhames; Olivia Moore;
Luther Flowers; Cathy Cau-
sey; Elnora Turner; Susan
Thomas; Bertha Thomas;
Sandra Brock; Sharon Shear-
er; Leroy Causey; Ben Cau-
sey; Mike Knepley; Kerry
Wilson; Curtis Watson; Q. P.
Wise; Les Gortman; Roy
Whidfield; David Williams;
Daisy Pittman, Secretary,.
School Food Service: Wewa-
hitchka Elementary- Viella
Rouse, Manager, 192 days, 7
hrs; Geraldine Williams, As-
sistant Manager, 188 days, 6
hrs; Eunice Arhelger, Cashi-
rling er, 181 days,: 5 hrs; .Martha
and Davis, Employee, 182 days, 5
hrs; Betty Hand, Employee,
182 days, 6 hrs; new employee,
182 days, 3'2 hrs.
Wewahitchka High- Kath-
ryn King, Manager, 192 days,
7 hrs; Nervine Colvin, Assist-
ant Manager, 188 days, 6 hrs;
Lillian Russ, Employee, 182
days, 6 hrs; Betty Cleckley,
Cashier, 181 days, 4 hrs; Jean
: Mc- Johnson, Employee, 182 days,
Walk. 31/2 hrs.
ilker, Port St. Joe Elementary-
Willi- Minnie Lovett, Manrager' 192
tthew days, 7 hrs; Yvonne Atchisdn,
Assistant Manager, 188 days, 6
ntary hrs; Easter Nichols, em-
'ecre- ployee, 182 days, 6 hrs; Rita
Aide; Todd, employee, 182 days, 6
Aide; hrs; Gwendolyn Lowery, em-
Aide; ployee, 182 days, 6 hrs; Teresa
Pam Johnson, Cashier, 181 days,
pend- 31/2 hrs.
ment Highland View Elemen-
Aide; tary- Lou Eaker, Manager,
192 days, 7 hrs; Essie Hall,
hool: employee, 182 days, '6 hrs;
e Of- Georgia Peak, employee, 182
ecre- days, 6 hrs.
Aide; Port St. Joe High School-
Aide; Faye Lewis, Manager, 192
Bren- days, 7 hrs; Opal .Owens,
. Assistant Manager, 188 days, 6
ntary hrs; Maggie Bell, Employee,
, Se- 182 days, 6 hrs; Willie M.
Aide; Moore, Employee, 182 days, 6
'atsy hrs; Ina Merritt, Employee,
ones, 182 days, 6 hrs; Ollie Neel,
tide; Employee, 182 days, 6 hrs;
Mar- Marlene Sewell, Cashier, 181
days, 7 hrs.
hool: Transportation: Port St.
Bon- Joe- Jeanette Antley; Betty
dde; Curlee; Marion Mims; Mae
La- Ella Gant; Betty Fain; Linda
rary Purswell; Christine Taylor;
Me- Patricia Walker; Shirley Wil-
:t is liams; Clotele Washington;
Emma Jo O'Barr. Wewahitch-
Itary ka- Betty Cleckley; George
ecre- Cooper; Annie Hall; Bernice
dde; Fortner; Forest Revell; Peg-
'list; gy Revell; 0. C. Williams;
Aide. Rosa Lee Williams. Me-
dial: chanics- Clinton Brownell;
man, Willie Burrows; Morris Sha-
eille vers.
ner; Annual Contract Teachers:
cks; (Continued On Page 7)


:Attend Twirling .Cmp

Cindy's Darlin' Dolls and Monica French, who placed field March;
'Port St. Joe Majorettes re- first in Basic Strut and Christy Smitl
gently attended the Big Bend Military March; first, in Dance
-Twirling Camp. Michelle Hicks, who placed Beginner March
:Receiving awards were: second in Advanced Dance Dana Swatts
a-na Swatts


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Highland View Elf

Honor Rol Studei

: Highland View Elementary liams, Lee Wiley, Vincentt
School announces the Honor VonElington, Bobby Van Pie-
S---Roll for the sixth six weeks terson, Laura Ridgley, Chris
grading period..
ALLA's Minutes
S:'First grade: Judy Him- IVu tes
I Third grade: June Him- Port St. Joe "High School-.
S merich. regg'Burch; Virginia Camp-
SFourth grade: Peter Klope. bell; Rachel Crews; Dawn
Fifth grade: Tammy Stal- Gresham; Dennis Kizziah;
-lingsi Wayne Land; Jim McLeod;
Sixth grade: Michael Ram- Shaw Maddox: Port St. Jce
Elementary School- John
S*ey Hicks; Connie Raffield; Doris
ALL A's and B's Jean.,Whitten; Juanise Willi-
t First grade: Dee Dee Ni- ams. Gifted Program- Joy
echols, Josh Colbert, Richard Ailes.
: Wood, Kendra McDaniel, Continuing Contract Tea-
., .Kendra chers: Highland View Ele-
:Dana Maige, Shanon Dew. mentary- Marilyn Funder-
: Second grade: Brandy Con- burk; Melody Neson.
-rad, Maria Miller, Kimberly Accepted the resignation of
.Thomas, Dana Earley, Jason Onleta Osborne, effective May
'Falbe, Jason Kennedy, Tina .3, 1983; -
Littleton, Davy Young, Alison Approved the transfer of
'L r,'ey Becky Carr. LAmta-Taunton from Port St.
SThird'grade: Andy Rutter. JoeElementary-to Wewahit-
Chiist Hairkins, Jeant Halle chka Elementary School ef-
Ch yHa yl ns .Jeanet Hale, fective 1983-84-school year;
.andy t amsey, Shannon Approved a request from
:S'iithl., Helen Kilbourn to'return to
: .rth "grade: Sherrin Hill, her position as'a teacher aide
'*Jamie' Kosier, Angela St. at Port St. 'Joe Elementary
a hool beginning April 25,
., : %' .. .. ^ 1983; ;, '
Fifth grade: Steven Combs, -Approved thel employment
:q. :i -Jenny Hicks, a Wlker.ast 'ej*q
'ix.tIngr ,e:' Tammy Wil- the Port St. Joe area
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* (Continued from Page 6)
On motion by Graham,
second by Sewell, the Bcard
unanimously approved the "B d5
following program matters:
Approved the Preschool
Handicapped Incentive Grant
Application for the school year
1983-84;
Approved an Environment-
al lEducation' Grant for High-
land View Elementary
School;'* '
Approved the Master Plan
Self-Study Committee and -
Gulf Teacher Education Coun-
cil for the .1983-84' school year;
Approved a contract be-
tween the Gulf County School
Board and Gulf County Gui-
dance Clinic for Severely
Emotionally Disturbed Ele-
mentary iStudents' for the
1983-84 school year; Trac McClain, left, and Seth
Approved an agreement be- Traci MClala, left and Seth
tween the Bay County School Williams, principal of Port St. Jo
Board and the Gulf County of the National "I Dare You" Lea
School Board relating to the
educatin'-' of Gulf County ,t
Excetlional' Education- stu-
Sdents in: Bay .County School. Stu d en ts
' .qOri.otionby ,Sew.ll, s,.ond .
by Grahani,;the.Board unani-
moisly approved the Risk L|
Manemenft"'teemenTot'o
the 1983-84 school year: Copies
of the agreement are on file in Seth Howell and Traci
School Board Office. McClain of Port St. Joe have i
On motion by Graham, been awarded the National "I ,
second by. Red, the Board Dare You" 'Leadership
unanimously ,approved, the Awards by Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. a
followmg! transjortation mat- .yf So
r','" .. High School.'
Approved the .Wewahitchka T~The honor was presented by,
National 'Honoir Society to Edwin G. Williams, Principal.
attend theliiinual meeting'.in 'Seth and Traci were select-
Ta'mpa .in a private vehicle; ed for the Award in recogni-
Approved 'a list of" bus tion of their excellence in
replacements for the 1983-84 character and well balanced
school year which includes the personal development as well
purchaseof two new buseosand -as -jeadership potentials.
three or four used buses.national
AKpprovpd.trdnsportation for I addition to the national
Laura Cotihaiya nklin recognition received, the
County student, to attend C. P, Award provides the recipients
School in Bay County as long with' a copy of William H.
as the seat on'our'school bus is Danforth's book, "I Dare
not needed by a Gulf County You", and a personalized
student. certificate. Mr. Danforth
'The Board reviewed each wrote the book out of his own p
cost center's budget. No ac- experience. He dedicated
ti mtn onessary con much of his time and philan-
by Sewell, the Boaid votd ..thropy to youth work. In the
unanimously that the bills be book, he challenges the read-
paid.- ers to aspire 'to their highest
On motion by.Redd second potentials, to 'attain construc-
by Sewell, 'thiBBQr4d manj. tive lives :of., service and
mously voted to continue to be citizenship and to commit
a member 'of -FSLRS' and themselves to excellence.
contribute $1,500 for dues for The "I Dare You" Award i
the 1983-84 school year. ,
The 'Board'reviewed Proce- made available by the "I Dare
dures for Secheduling", Food You" Committee of the
Service Personnel andFacili- American Youth Foundation
ties. On motion by 'Redd, in cooperation with the school.
Second by Sewell, tie Board This is the 42nd consecutive
.vited unanimously to'approve year of the Award program'.
these'. procedures to. assist The American Youth Founda-
principals and lunchroom S
managers in planning .for a tion, founded in 1924, is a
magers in planning -for A r n-for-profit
function'. non-sectarian, not-for-profit
"On motion by'Redd, secondd organization dedicated to pro-
by Graham, the Board unani- viding programs for youth.
mously approved'a job de-' The purpose of the Foundation
schption for Teacher (Regu- is the discovery and enhance-
lar or 'full-time itinerate). ment of leadership skills.
Copies -aire ,on file, in'the
Superintendent's office
There being no further BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
business the meeting ad- Joseph Aaron Peters, son of-
journed to meet again June Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Peters"
7, 1983 at 9:00 AM. Jr., was born on June 12, 8:37
am at ra lf Cc t r n im>i.


a.u., aT Uu oUasM mUmXIUn-
ty Hospital. He weighed 9 lbs.
6 ozs.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Peters, Sr., and
Mary Ruth Jones, all of Port
St. Joe.


FHappy
Father's Day

C. W. Brock
"To the Greatest
Father & Father-in-
Law One Could
Ask for"
Love,
Sally and John


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1983


The local Cancer Society
will receive funds raised this
Saturday, June 18, at the
Sunshine Jr. Food Store No.
16, Port St. Joe.
The event will begin at 10:00
A.M., and will include a
Dunking Booth (Come dunk a'
local Deputy Sheriff; Giant
Bake Sale; Windshield Wash:
"Zi


Howell, receive copies of the book, "I Dare You", from Edwin
e Jr.-Sr. High School. The two students were named as winmers
dership awards presented each year. -Star photo





adersp Awards


The high school youth re-
ceiving the "I .Dare You"
Award has the opportunity to
apply for a scholarship,'to
attend the two-week 'summer


National Leadership Confer-
ence of the American -Youth
.Foundation. Several full scho-
'larships are available in each
'of the 50 states.


PAGE SEVEN


Hot Dogs and Coke or Pepsi
for $1.00. Items to be given
away ipcludea 50 gallons of
gag (regular), one case of oil,
one caseofR.C. cola, one ice
ihest,.and-a beach towel
The commprity is invited to
attend anid support the Cancer
Society. -


Four Win Goldi

Medals In Olympics
5' Vf


.;On May 27th and 28th, four, winninga'furth pl
students, from Wewahitchka 'of'rcognition.
Elementary School traveled to
Tampa to compete in the State .A. ,pecipl thanks
Special Olympics. Wewahitchka State
,the ,liits they provi
Competing in the Standjng .to'tlgWwaWoar
Long Jump were: Mjchael" thei don ation, a
Ware,. winning a first place Taunton Family.
Gold' Medal; Buel Wade Ste- ,p nation p the
pheis, winning a first place ....
Gold Medal; Griffin, winning e secojwd Auto A
place Silver Medal. ," H OQm own
Competing in the.5O"Mekt J

Medal; and Michael are, 63 322 Wew
,winning a fourth place--redal ., : '.. t-.r [
of recognition. 785-6,16.Pana
Competing in the Soft Ball ..
Throw were: Causey Grjffin,
winning a first place, Gold jMUS
Medal; Buel Wade Stipheni',
winning a second place Silve0 g U
Medal; and Bert Taunton,


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Suunier rFun
One of the things grandfathers enjoy doing with their
grandchildren is fishing, and Arthur Harris, Sr. of 624 Main
St., did just that. He toc;k his grandson, Arthur III fishing last
Thursday at the oi docks, and they were rewarded with this
large drum, which he said, "was between 15 and 20 pounds".
S-Star photo
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PAGE EIGHT


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1983


Dixie Youth Baseball Etheridge


WHAT REALLY IS
DRUG ABUSE?
Although commonly used by authorities, to
describe the indiscriminate use of those drugs
associated with "turning on," "kicks," and
"trips," it also is the unwise use of any drug.
.Too much aspirin, constant use of a nose spray
excessive 'dependence on a cough syrup would
all be good examples of drur abuse.
. Actually, you abuse your body when you
rely too much on over-the-counter, non pre-
scription medications when you are sick, Rely
instead on the knowledge and experience of your
family doctor.
"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


"All Star" Players


SMINOR LEAGUE ALL-STARS: Kneeling, from left, Clay Cox, bat boy: Scott Boykin,
Adam Cantley, Christy Smith, Andrea McCulley, bat girl; Matthew Richter, Rachel McCulley,
Travis Ray and Eric Ramsey, bat boy. Standing, from left: Bill Ramsey, Chris Cox, Kendall
Pinckney, Jami' Kosier, Charlie Taylor, Darrell Linton, Kyle Griffin, Tony Perez and Derrick
U Chitty. Coaches from left: Frank Griffin, Jim Boykin and Johnny'Linton.


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ire Department'is sponsor-
gla Fishing'Rodeo on lJuly
h. .
The rpdeo is a family affair.
,professionals please: A $25
prize will bh ar'ded in each


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6f the 'following five fishing
categories'. Bass, Bream,
Warmouth, Shellcracker, and
Stump Nocker. .
Registration begins June 18,
and will end July 3rd. Entry
fee is $5.00.
Everyone is encouraged to
participate in this event.

Per capital sugar consump-
tion in .the United States
increased "120 percent be-
tween 1902 and 1972.


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PIC'S FOOD STORE
Simmon's Bayou


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
22nd Steet Mexico Beach
SCHAIFLESM. PARKER, Minister

WORSHIP SERVICE............... 9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHURCH SCHOOL I...... ......... 10:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHOIR RFEHEARgAL(Wednesday) ... 6:00 P.M., C.S.T.


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-HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD


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


SUNDAY SCHOOL
MORNING WORSHIP
EVENING WORSHIP
WEDNESDAY EVENING


1000A M
11 00 AM
6 00 PM
7-00 P M


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I Gulf Credit Cards

Welcome

Mechanic On Duty


.- Full Service

'*. Regular Gas 1.16per gal.



LUBEOR .
Most Cars and Trucks *
OIL, FILTER, GREASE -

OPEN 7-6 Monday thru Saturday

SGulf Service Station
S Sammy Parker, Richard Scheffer/Owners
| 101 Monument Ave. Phone 227-1690 ::


MINOR LEAGUE ALL-STARS: This team composed of players from Florida Bank, Telco
and Material Transfer won the All Star gaine played Friday afternoon. They are, kneeling,
from left: Tony Thomas, Corey Daniels, Kevin Pelfer, B. J. Rice, Steve Odom, Jeff Roberts,
Troy Sanders, Davey Groos and Jason Lee, bat boy. Standing, from left: Jason White, Tracy
Stansel, Tyrone Hamilton, Ryan Clark, Randy Ramsey, Tyler Ford, Dale Evensen and Bud
Miles. Coaches were Bruce Evensen, left and Johnny Lee.


MINOR LEAGUE AWARD WINNERS were chosen by
their fellow "All Stars". Winning the Best Sportsman award
was Tyler Ford, left; Most Improved, Kyle Griffin,.center;
and Most Valuable Player, Dale Evensen.


Is Golf


Supt In

Dothan
Tim Etheridge has accepted
the position as Golf Course
'Superintendent at the Dothanii
Country Club, Dothan,' Ala-
bama.
The Dothan Country Club i
a well established and presti-
' gious club. The club hosts The
I Future Masters Junior Tour:-
nament which is one of the top
junior tournaments in th6
world. Junior golfers from all
50 states and as many as 20
foreign countries have part
cipated. Several Future Masdi
ters winners are now on the
pro circuit.
Tim is a 1977 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School
where he was an outstanding
golfer. He graduated from
Lake City Community College
with a degree in Golf Course
Management and Operations
in 1981. He has been Assistarit
Golf Course Superintendent at
the Olympia Spa and Golf Club
in Dothan, Alabama for tho
past two years.
Tim, a former Future Mas-
ters participant, still keeps up
,his golf game. He is presently
the Mens Club Champion at
the Olympia Spa and just
recently won the C. W. Rd
berts Tournament here in Port
St. Joe.


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PAINTS


MAJOR LEAGUE AWARD WINNERS: From left, Chris
Horton, Most Improved; ,Krls Bowen, Best Sportsman and
Jimmy Johnson, Most Valuable Player.


Vet's Office

To Close

At Noon
The Veteran's Service Of-
fice at the Gulf County Court
House will close today, Thurs-
day, June 16, at 12 Noon. '
The office will be open for
csuping uuiain.co U, U LnP a.t


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MAJOR LEAGUE ALL-STARS: Kneeling, from left: Patrick Freeman, bat boy; Johnny
Ray, Chuck Clark, Eric Langston, Danny Moree, Kris Bowen, Stacy Gaithers, Tommy Harper
and Chris Horton. Standing, from left: Randall Weston, Randy Chancey, Lee Keith, Al Wood,
Steve Howell, Jamle Vathis and Ted Davis. Coaches, from left: Mike Huggins, Corbett Howell,
Larry McClamma and David Horton.
-Star photos


MAJOR LEAGUE ALL-STARS: Winning the Major League All Star game was the team
composed of Boxer Pates, Kraftles and Hardstars. Kneeling, from left: Billy Miller, Ty Young,
Blane Adams, Jim Anderson, Mark McWaters, Russell Funderburk, John Moore and Brian
Pelffer. Standing, from left: Desmond Peters, James Pate, Russell Cherry, Collins Hamilton,
Marvin Hamilton, Jimmy Johnson and Kevin Bradley. Coaches, from left: Rick Anderson,
Tommy Johnson and Billy Johnson.

Gridders To

Pump Iron
Port St. Joe High School
varsity football players began
their summer weight program
Monday in the.weight room at
the school.
Sessions are held on Mon-
For Sale by Owner 1110 Palm Blvd.. day, Tuesday, and Thursday
Port St. Joe evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. All
Call 904/968.5464, Pensacola- tfc9.30 varsity football players are
.expected to participate.


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P175/80R13 5195
P185/80R13 53.95
P185/75R14 5795
P195/75R14 5995
P205/75R14 6395
P215/75R14 .6595
P225/75R14 6795
P165/80R15 4995
P195/75R15 6295
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P225/75R15 73.95
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Se Ply SALE
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PATE'S SERVICE CENTER

216 Monument Avenue Phone 227-1291


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The Board of County
missioners of Gulf Co
Florida, met May 10, 11
Regular session with th
lowing members pre
Chairman Billy Branch,I
las C. Birmingham, Jim
Gortman, Everett O
Jr. Others -present .
Attorney Wilham J.
Clerk Jerry Gates, D
Clerk Maurell Cumbie,
Bailiff Bill Lamar.
The meeting came to
atr9:00 a.m.
Attorney William J.
opened the meeting-with
er and led the. pledge
allegiance to the flag.,
Upon motion by Co
Birmingham, second
Comm. Owens, and v
mouse vote, the Board
proved the minutes of Api
1983.
The Chairman annout
pursuant to public adve
ment, the Board would
hold a public hearing
consider the adoption c
ordinance assessing in c



STATE OF, FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF GULF
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SAL
NOTICE Is hereby given that on
day of June. 1983, pursuant to a
^ Execution IssUed in the County C
Bay County, Florida, Case N
82-1119-5P In the cause of W. D. B
BA EL GOVERNOR MOTEL, PLA
,' C'CHESTER 'HARPER? DEFEND
KEN MURPHY, SHERIFF OF
COUNTY. FLORIDA, have levied ui
property of the defendant, lo-wlt"
One (1) 1980 AMC4eep Pick-up t
Green and while In color,
number JOD25NC054169
On the 12th day of July, 1983.
(EDT) In the afternoon on the step
Gull County Courthouse, Port f
Florida, I will offer for sale said p
for cash to the highest bidder, sul
all prior liens. if any, to satisfy sa
of Execution.
ln) KEN MURPHY, SHERIFF,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.

STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULF
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SAL
NOTICE Is hereby given that
27th day of May, 1983. pursuant tc
of Execution issued In the Count
of Gulf County, Florida, Case N
82-269 In the cause of U.S. LIFE C
PLAINTIFF, vs. EMORY C. B
DEFENDANT, I, KEN MURPHY, SI
OF GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, hav
Supon the property of the delends
wit:
One (1) 1977 Ford LTD, 4-door,a
mobile, yellow in color, VIN nul
7A31FI20302
On the 12th day of July. 1983,
O'Clock (2:00) (EDT) in the attern
the steps of the Gulf County Codrt
'Port SI. Joe, Florida, I will offer t
said property for cash to the high
der, subject to all prior liens, If
satisfy said Writ ol Execution.
l, /KEN MURiPHY, SHERIFF.
1 P.GULFtCOUNTY FLORIDK-'-'

COMMISSION HEARING
DOCKET NO. 820490-GU
FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE
COMMISSION -
to
ST. JOE NATURAL GAS COMP
'nd
ALL OTHER INTERESTED PAR'
lIsued: 8-7-83
NOTICE is hereby given th
Florida Public Service Commissi
hold a<.publlc 'hearing n the
mreferenred docket before Commisi
Katie Nichols and Susan W. Leis
reverse make whole proceedings.
fund of excessive revenues, II ar
the'possible redesign of rates of
Natural Gas'Company. PERSONS
WiSH TO PRESENT TESTiMON'



Eye
.Openers

By Dr.
Wesley Grace


INSERTING
CONTACT LENSES
Q. Can a soft contact le
placed in your eye "i
out"?
A. Yes. This accidental i
tion can be avoided i
first check the eges of
lenses to be sure they
tinue straight up. If
S turn out, you're going I
them in your eyes i
S out. Should this Iha]
these signs should alet
that something is ami
1. Your lenses will bin
comfortable than u
, 2. They may tend to f(
your eyes.
3. Your lense may min
"lot when you blink.
Take them out and sta
over again.
Q. Can an elderly person
soft contact lenses?
A. Yes, unless one's hand
particularly shaky. 1
should be no problem
ting them in and ti
them out. More olde
tients are opting for co
lenses than ever b(
Since it has been founc
they provide superior
sion for 10Ost-cataract
le. ents. With careful im


tions, a patient of an)
can learn to insert
remove contact lenses

Presented As A
Public Service by

DR. WESLEY GRA(
OPTOMETRIST
-322 Long Avenue
Pot SL .joe, Flit-da
227-1410


nal proceedings, an addi
$1.00 to be used for
enforcement education
training. After public
ment, Comm. Gortman n
the Board tentatively ap]
this ordinance, but tat
until the next regular mi
to consider final app:
Comri. Owens second
motion and it passed .i
mously.
Upon motion by C
Owens, second by C
Gortman, and unani
vote, the Board app
payment of an invoice
te Bureau of Employ
Compensation, .in the an
of $3,612.00.
Clerk Gates present
following invoices on
Beaches Fire Station Pri
Adams-Shumaker Invoic
4, $15,620.50; Charles A. i
in, ARA, Invoice No. 5 (F
$95.96; Change Order
crease), $325.00; Chang
der (Decrease), $463.00.
discussion, Comm. Gor
moved the Board pay


>Minutes ...


Public Notices


URGED TO APPEAR AT THE BEGIN
OF THE HEARING SINCE THE HEA
E MAY BE ADJOURNED EARLY .I
the 181 WITNESSES ARE PRESENT TO TES
Writ ol DATE AND TIME- 9:30 A.M., Mc
courtt of June 27, 1983,
Number PLACE* Room 122, Fletcher Buildin
AXTER East Gaines Street. Tallahassee, F
IrTIFF, 32301.
ANT, I, PURPOSE AND PROCEDURE
GULF The purpose of this hearing shall
pon the permit St. Joe Natural Gas Compa
present Its testimony and exl
ruck, relating to this matter, to perm
VIN tervenois and stall to present lesi
and exhibits concerning this mall
at 1:45 pIrmit St. Joe Natural Gas Compa
s'of the present rebuttal testimony If
St. Joe. chooses, and for such other nurpos
property the Commission may deem appiop
bjct to All witnesses shall be suoject to
aid Writ examination at the conclusion ol
testimony. The proceedings wi
governed by the provisions of Ch
120, Florida Statutl's, and Chapter
Florida Administrative Code.
4t6/16 PREHEARING CONFERENCE
NOTICE is given that a Prehearing
ference shall be held before Coi
sioner Katie Nichols at the followmr
and place:
on the 9:30 A.M., Monday. June 13,
o aoWrt Roorp 122. Fletcher Building. 101
oumber Gaines Street, Talianassee. Fl
Number 32301.
REDIT, The purpose of this Prehearing
AILEY tference will be to define and lir
HERIFF possible, the number ol Issues a
a levied determine what facts, may oe slipt
lnt, to- t0
The Commission Is vested
auto- jursdictllon over the subject matter
niber provisions of Chapter 366, Fl
Statutes, and Chapter 25-7, Florid
at Two ministratlive Code.
house on By DIRECTION of the Florida F
house, Service Commission, this 7th day ol
for sale 1983.
est bid-
any. to STEVE TRIBBLE,
COMMISSION CLERK
by: Is! Kay Flynn, Deputy Clerk
S ..(SEAL).. ..
MRC 2
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given Inal pursue
Section 865.09. Florida Slatules
E undersigneo persons intend to re
with the Clerk of the Circull court
County, Florida, lour weeks after th
ANY publication of this. notice, me lci
name or trade name under which lIh
TIES be engaged in business and In whicl
business is to be carried on, o-wit.
at the BLUE BAY RESTAURANT
on will 412 Reid Avenue
above Port St Joe. FL 32456
loners 8Is Michael & Teresa Lowry
ner on 41
the re-
St. and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTH
St WHO JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STA
Y 'ARE FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COU
IN RE: The Marriage ol
ROGER LEE GABLES. Husband.
Petitioner.
And
LYDIA FRALICK WOODARD GABLI
Wife. Respondent
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Lydia Fralick Woodara Gabile
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Petition lo, DIssolulior. of Mairlag
been flied againsI you and you 3
quired to serve a copy of your Ans
other response to the Pelllition on Pe
her's Attorney
ROBERT M MOORE. ESQ.
321 Reid Avenue
P 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe. Florida 32456
ns be and file the original Ihereol in the
nLide Court Clerk's Office. Guif County
house. Port St. Joe, Florida. on or I
the 301h day of June, 1983 If you lai
inser- so. a Final Judgment lor the relel s
f yOU may be granted by detauil
your DATED this the 2nd day of June.
rcon- JERRY GATES, :
they Clerk of Circuit Court,
*ty By:Ils/ Tonya Knox. Deputy Clerk


INING a 3 foot variance in Inme Zoning Oidi
.RING in older to permit construction ol an
F NO .:ion to the existing structure win
STIFY feet of the soulh.wes comer o
inday. oiliwlng described properly.
Lot 10. BlocK 91. 122 Bellamy Cic
g. 101 Port St. Joe. Florida
lorida Final consideration of said reque
be given at their regular meeting
held in their meeting room a
be to Municipal Building, June 21, 1983,
ny to P PM ED T
hibits All interested arlties are invited
it in. tend and be heard
imony CITY OF PORT ST. JOE.
er: to lt L A. Fa11ls. City Audilor/Clerk
any lo
it so
"es as IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I
iriate TEENTH JUDIOIALCIRCUIT, IN AN
cross- GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
their Case No
II De IN R*E: FORFEITURE OF THE FOI
apter ING DESCRIBED PROPERTY:
25-22.
A 1975 Chevrolel Custom Deluxe 10
up truck, serial ng. GC0145AI45281
g Con- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
mmlis. ALL PERSONS. FIRMS AND
time PORTIONS, OWNING, HAVING
CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN OR LIE
1983. THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPER
East YOU AND' EACH OF YOU are I
orida notilled thai the above described p
ly has been seized, uhaer and by vIl
Con- I chapter 372, as amended and Is n
mit. if. tne ossesslon of Robert M: Branlie
nd to eculive Director, Game and Flesh
ulaled Fish Commission. and you, and ei
you. are nereb/ further notified
with e it Ion, under said chapter, has be
by the ed in the circuit court of Ihe Four
orlda judicial Cilrcuit, in and for Gulf C
A Ad- Florida. seeking the forfeiture of th11
prooDeny, and you are hereby directly
publicc required to file your claim, If an
June, nave. and show cause, on or Oelor
1, 1983. if not personally served wll
cess herein, why the said property
nor be forfeited pursuant to said cr
Should you fall to lile claim as
directed judgment will ne entered
216116 against you in due course Person
personally served with process m1
lair, a copy or Ihe petition tor lorfeil
ant to ed herein Irom the undersigned cl
, ine couri
gisaer WITNESS rrmy hand and ie seal
. Gull above menlionea court at Port SI
e lirst Fioiioa. this 71h day ol June, 1983.
ilious : Jirry T Gales.
ey will Clerk Cicui Court
h said GulfCounty. Florida
By l-s Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED B
c 5126 The Board ol Counly Commiss
S Gulf County will receive sealed bid:
any person. company, or corporatli
ENTH: tereslea in selling the County the I
TE OF ing described personal property
NTY (One) New Motor Grader. De
date musI be specified Liqui
damages lo lailuie to deliver unitl o
.dale will be set at $5.00per day ..
Bids will De received until 7 00 o'
ES- PM. EDT, June 28. 1983, at theC
Sot Ihe Clark of Circuit Court. 1000
SI, Porl SI Joe FL 32456. The
reserves ine right 0o elect any a
bids. -s
that a BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION
ie nas GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA .
ire re- By isi W R Billy" Biancn. Chairn
wear or
BillIon. _
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that purSu
Section 86509. Florida Slatultd
undersigned persons inlend to re
Circuitll with the Clerk of the Circuit court
Court- Counly. Florida, four weeks alter th
Delore publication ol tnis notice, ine lic
i to do name or trade name under which th
ought De engaged in business and in which
Business is o De carried on, to-wit
1983 WALKER FOOD STORES. Ino
WALKER'S DIXIE DANDY
511 West Hignway 98
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
4t6/2 Owners Richard Walker
-. Wands WaiKer
David WalKet


Board of Gulf.

County CommissiO

tional invoices upon completion
r law all punch list items. Co:
and Owens seconded 'the m<
corn- and it passed unanimous
moved The Chairman then not
prove the Board of the sehed
ble it dedication of the Beaches
meeting Station Building on Jun
roval. 1983 at 2:00 p.m. EST..
d the Chairman requested the C
mani- complete the Contract St
Inquiry, from U.S. Fideli
omm. Guaranty Company (
omm. formance Bond Surety
imous Contractor Adams-Shu
roved ker) and notify Risk Man
from ment Insurance Company
rment letter, to insure the
mount Beaches Fire Station.
The Clerk reported he
d the ceived a letter from the Of
the of the State Comptroller
oject: questing the Board complex
:e No. section of the annual finan
Gask- report, being an Analysis
inal), the Local Government F
(In- and Street System Mile;
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MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTATE SALES o "BEACH RENTALS


PQRT ST. JOE
LOTS: 2 lots at Pairn BIVd.:'& 18th St.,
$17,500.
9th St., Ondrm. 2 bea $30.00000

I-- SPECIAL
1306 Long Avenue. 2 bdrm.. 1 ba.e.
den, .S30.000.00.

1610 Long Ave, 4 odrm., 1 ba Reauc
'ed. '_ .. .
515 8th St., 3 bdrm:, 1 ba. $25,000.00.
Duplex, Long Ave 2 bdrm., 1 ba. In
each unit. $45,000 with good owner
financing. ______
104.Yaipon, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., brick, ap-
prox. 7 yrs. old, $65,000.00.
106 Mimosa, brlck,A yrs. ld, 3 bdrm.,
2 ba., den, .$65,000.00 9'/t% mrtg. of
"$42,000.00. '.
619 Marvin Ave., 3 bdrm., I'/ ba.,
$33,400.00.
706 Woodward, 4 bdrm,, 2 ba.,
$27,500.00.
Very Exclusive house, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
brick 5 yrs old. $69,000.00.
S1912 Juniper Ave., 3 bdrm., 1'/2 ba.,
$44,000.00.


WARD RIDGE: 205 Tapper, Dr., 3
odrm.., 1' Da block housb,,. only
$36.000.
103 Yaupon 3 barm. 2 be., 1 car
garage screened Dorch, $59,500.00.
522 61h SI.: 3 Dorm ba. $39,900.
HOWARD CREEK
2ots, 2 bdrm., 1. b. trailer,. $8,7 00.
Squirrel Ave., 1 acre, 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
mobile home, 3 wells; $23,500.00.
Deer Ave., Ig. 7 .bdrm., 2 ba.
$38,000.00. Owner financing.

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

FOR RENT
Overstreet. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., $350.00
month.
Duplex, Long Ave., 2 norm., 1 be.
$250.00 month.


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Saturday and Sunday
1 5 p.m. CDT


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. JUNE 16. 1983



SunummerOyster


Harvesting Areas


Lester. upon completion of the exten-
The Clerk reported the sion of CATV service to Ward
Department of Natural Re- Ridge, he would conduct a
sources was requesting all feasibility study of providing
County-owned vessels and cable tv to Highland View.
3n boats be registered no later The Chairman reported the
than May 15 in order for the Board received a letter from
n of county to receive Fiscal Year Tri-County Refuse in reply to
mm. 1983-84 permanent registra- 'the Board's inquiry advising'
motion tion decals. The Chairman they could provide garbage
ly. requested Civil Defense Di- pickup service for unincor-
ified rector Bill Lamar to submit porated areas within the coun-
tuled this list ty presently not being served
Fire The Clerk presented a letter by the county.
e 4, from Dr. Winston B. Prather, The Chairman instructed
The 'Gulf Coutty .RHjalth Depart- Mosquito Control Director
lerk meant, recommending--' the Doug Kent to clean up an area
atus Board grant Archie Barbee' a in Indian Pass where garbage
ty & 20 x 50 foot easement in the is being dumped. The 'Board
Per- alley adjacent to Lot 4, Block then discussed possible future
for 10, St. Joe Beach, for septic landfill ramp sites at Indian
ma- tank drainage field installa- Pass, Overstreet. and Wewa-
age- tion, the additional footage hitchka.
', by being needed to comply with The Chairman stated the
new the state law requiring' a. 15. Board received a letter from
foot separation between septic the' City of Wewahitchka re-
re- tanks and wells. Comm. questing the County resurface
office Owens moved the Board ap- West 4th and Harden Circle
re- prove Dr. Prather's recom- Road in Wewahitchka. The
te a mendation. Comm. Gortman Chairman then requested the
icial seconded the motion for. dis- Clerk write the City of Wewa-
s of cussion. After discussion, the hitchka that the Board has no
toad motion passed unanimously budgeted funds for contract
age. and the Board requested the paving; however, the Board
sted Attorney prepare an agree- will do all it can 'with the
om- ment to be executed between County patch trucks to pre-
tion the County and Mr. Barbee. vent further deterioration of
Bob Upon request of County the streets
Extension Agent Roy Lee The Board approved the,
Carter, Comm. Owens moved removal of equipment from
the Board approve appropria- the County inventory as sur-
tion of $1,750 to Mr. Carter to plus or obsolete property
nancs purchase Amdro Ant Killer for Comm. -"Gortman moved
nn ao sale to the public, with pro- that, upon Mosquito Control
oi me ceeds from the sale to be Director Kent's recommenda-
returned to the 'Board for tion, the Board approve St.
cie. reimbursement of this ad- Joe Telephone & Telegraph
vance. Comm. Birmingham Company's application for a
sto be seconded the motion and it Utility Permit and Variance
SInhe passed unanimously. (No. 83-13) for Old Town Road.
t i00 The Attorney reported he Comm. Owens seconded the
published the following notice motion and it passed unani-
lo al- m 'te "newspapers at the mously.
Board's request: Mosquito Control" Director
NOTICE IS HEREBY Kent reported Frank Pierce of
2t M GIVEN of intention to apply to St. Joe Telephone & Telegraph
2 the 1983 session of the Florida Company was requesting the
FOUR. Legislature for a special Act Board allow Mr. Kent to
D FOR or Bill prohibiting the taking approve variances to allow
of scallops by mechanical immediate .cable installation
83-122 means in St. Joseph's Bay and then bring the variance
LLOW- South of a line drawn from the. request before the Board at a
point of intersection of the later date for entire Board
0 prck- East-West extension of the approval. After discussion
South boundary of Section 26, with the Attorney, the Board
COR Township 7 South, Range 11 denied this request.
G OR West, with the mean high Comm. Gortman reported
EN ON water mark of St. Joseph and he had received a request for
TY extend a line Westerly to the the County to finish construc-
hereoy point of intersection with the tion of the Stone Mill Creek
proper- Southern boundary of Section Bridge by adding solid tim-
te ow 26, Township 7 South, Range bers along the present bed.'
,y. Ex- 12 West during certain periods After discussion, the Attorney
Water of the year. (end) said the Board needed a
ach of The Attorney reported Digi- right-of-way easement before
that a tal Paging Systems was re-, construction maintenance on
un ,i- questing and he had prepared this bridge. The Board took no
ounry, a letter from the Board action on this request.
e said advising them of the avail- Comm. Owens requested the
ad and ability of antenna and radio '.County Road Department
y you equipment space on the Coun- '.' grade a short road, off State;
i Juoy typ s radio tower and the'. Road 22 leading to Odell
should willingness of the Board to:-; Jones' home, on a regular
napter negotiate a lease for the use of.,\ basis. The Board agreed.
herein the tower. The Board ap- Comm. Gortman discussed
herein proved'the letter. ...... -- omplainitsthat property own-
ns not After discussion, with the efs at Dead Man's Curve were
re .I Attorney, the Board approved telling people they can't net
erk of payment to Risk Management fish on the beach. The Attorn-
Insurance Agency, in the ey advised the Board that no
of the amount of $2,355.00, represent- one can deny a person who is
. Joe, ing an additional $500,000.00 walking below the mean high
Comprehensive General Li- water line access to the beach.
ability Insurance Coverage. Upon motion by Comm.
Upon motion by, Comm. Gortman, second by Comm.
Birmingham, second by Owens, and unanimous vote,
31619 Comm. Gortman, and unani- the Board adopted Resolution
mous vote, the Board accept- No. 83-6, supporting enact-
IDs ed the following two drainage ment of House Bill 126 and
son of ditch easements, located in Senate Bill 423, which would
ion ,n. White City: Eric Hammond & mandate a two year waiting
olow. Wife Elwanda L. Hammond, period between regulated
Recorded in Official Record utility company rate increases
delivery Book 93, Pages 631-632; and and subsequent petitions on
dated First Baptist Church of White rate increases.
n sala City, Recorded in Official The Chairman nominated
lock. Record Book 93, Pages 633- Alton Fennell, City Commis-
Office 634. sioner, City of Port St. Joe, as
I Fifi The Chairman reported Ro- a Gulf County Representative
Board bert H. Neuman, Manager,, to the Apalachee Regional
pulf Cable TV, had written the Planning Council.
ERS. 'Board a letter, in reply to the After discussion, the -Board
Board's inquiry about furnish- agreed to propose a 50-50 cost
lan ing cable television to High- .,hare financial agreement
tc 619 land View, which stated. that with the City,of Port St. Joe for


Intracoastal Waterway to
Channel Marker No. 41, then
north through Marker No. 5 to
the mainland.
Further information regard-
ing the opening and closing of
this summer' harvesting area
in Franklin County may. be
obtained 24 hours a day' by
contacting the Department of
Natural Resources Shellfish
Environmental Assessment
personnel at 904-653-8317, in
Apalachicola.

Gospel Sing

A Gospel Sing will be held
Saturday, June 18 at 7:00 CDT
at the College Park Church of
God.
The "Glory Bound Singers"
of DeScience, Ohio will be the
featured group.
A Hot Dog sale for youth will
follow.


PAGE NINE



HELP AN TE


Earn $3.35 to $4.25 per hour
as a telephone operator. Will.
consider students. Apply at
203 Monument Ave., Port St.
Joe from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
EST. Monday Friday.
tfc6/2
Local light delivery, must
know area and be neat in ap-
pearance, excellent for retired'
persons, students, house-
wives. Paid in cash daily. App-.
ly at 203 Monument Ave. Port:
St. Joe from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday Friday. Day land
night shifts available. -7
$100 Per Week Part Time at-
Home. Webster, America's:
favorite dictionary company'
needs home workers to update
local mailing lists. Easy work,
Can be done while watching
TV. All ages, experience un-
necessary. Call 1-716-8424-6000,
ext. 6628. 2t 6/5 & 6/19:


All Florida: oyster beds are.
closed to harvesting from
June 1 through August 31,
except for privately leased
oyster beds and one public
area in Franklin County:' The
"summer harvesting" area in
Franklin County is described
as follows:
East Bay north of the' John
Gorrie Bridge classified .ds
Conditionally Approved:
south of :'the John Gorrie
Bridge, east and north of the
Gulf Intracoastal Waiterway
and west of the Bryant Patton
Bridge classified as Condi-
tionally Approved; and in St.
George Sound west of a line
from the east end of St.
George Island due north to the
mainland, and located east of
a line described as beginning
at the tip of Shell Point on St.
George Island, then north-
ward to Channel Marker No:
31, then westerly along the

the purchase and operation of
a garbage incinerator and
compactor system. '
Chairman Branch discussed
drainage problems at Cape
San Bias on Road C-30A and
reported the Board had previ-
ously sent letters to property
owners requesting they pur-
chase culverts the Board
could install under their drive-
ways. The Chairman reported
the Board had received sever-
al replies from property own-
ers agreeing to the Board's
proposal. After discussion, the
Board agreed to go forward
with this project, opening
those driveways that 'were
presently blocking the ditch
causing the drainage prob-
lems.
The Board nominated the
following persons to represent
Gulf County in the'Job Train-
ing Partnership Consortium:
Private Enterprise, Gene Raf-
field, President, Raffield's
Fisheries; .-Labor, Troy W.
Jones, Alternate, Harry Lee
Smith; Education, George G.
Tapper, Chairman, Gulf Coast
Community College Board of
Trustees.
Civil Defense Director, Bill
Lamar reported he attended a
Federal Emergency Manage-
ment Meeting in Orlando the
previous week.
Bills were presented, ex-
amined, and ordered paid.
All Payrolls for the month of
April, 1983 were approved as
paid..The. Clerk. reported the
amount of fines and bonds
collected for the- month.
SThere being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe,, THURSDAY. JUNE 16. 1983


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MEXICO BEACH


29th St. a
structed.


Water Dr, 3 bdrm, 2 ba. on canal w houses.
Ig. boat dock, Includes stove & refrig., nished $84
has can. h&a. $74,500.5 $20,000 down, Hwy. 366
owner financing. 75x1.85' lo
2nd St., 3 bdrm.. 2 be. double-wide Arlzona Di
mobile home on 1 % lois of beautiful 2 b. ca
grassed lawn, fireplace wrmarble fire place
hearth, front & back deck & cement move Red
drive. $55,000. move Rer
Beachsalde 3 bdrm,- I ba brick Fortner A
home completely furnished, cen. porch, fire
h&a, screened porch, vacation home 537.25000
or rental Investment. $80,000. 4th .St.-2
Corner 14th St. & Hwy 98. Seaside shaded o
Townhouses. 2 bdrm.. 1' be. Ige.
sunken liv. rr., 'refrlg., dishwasher, Beachsaide
washerldryer, Iceiling fans, Quadraple
microwave, can. h&a/c, carpet, pre- ba. $53,00
construction price, $69,50000 Finan- .'12th St.-:
cing available: jenn alre.
4 bdrm., 2 ba, stucco 2 story house. Beachslae
on 50'x122' lot. d.w., stove, ceiling furnisheo.
fans, many extras Sea St. $69,000.00. B Beachside
3 bdrm., 2 bae. brick on nice coiner lot11. w/gassed
Ig. screen porch, garage, vacuum Financing
system, can. h&a, carpet & more. Fla. Hy. 98,
Ave. & 8th St. $68.500 oo00. ,. c
Spanish arches adorn 1.100 sq ft. bea. $6800
townhouses to be built on 38th St. 2 eachaid .
Sbdrm., '/ a be.. all appliances, range. brick hm
microwave, refrig., dishwasher, fireplace,
washer & dryer, $69,500.00. $84500 F
uNOBSTRUCTED VIEW from 2nd Bea ch ld
from beach site of cedar and stucco n across, fr
townhouses with 1,120 sq. ft. of living Sunic o
area. Studio & bdrm., with cathedral u un.. c1
ceilings. 1% bea, all appliances. 29th Grand Isle
St. $70,000.00. house wae
SOBILE HOME noncommercial lot, 2 nice los
across from, Chamber of Commerce 26th St.-
on 31st St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba., .new house, lot
carpeting & roof, $30,00000. Bechide
Corner Virginia & Fla- Ave. -New, bdrm.. 2b
modular w/brick; 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,, units $79.1
Fireplace, screen porch, fence. 161h St -
75'x112.5 lot. $55,000.00. Terms. fireplace.
Tenn. Ave.-3 bdrm., 3, ba., pool, Grand Isle
fireplace, jenn-aire range & grill. grapevines
many extras. Financing available. $50,000.
6,000. Beachside
Corner 8th & Fla. Double-wide on 1!Ma of Gulf, 4
lots, 2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,.In- $104,000.
cludes appliances. $48,000. Beachslde
27th St. Beachfront-3 bdrm., 2 ba. house witl
c.b. construction, Ig. glassed porch. Gulffronti
$105,500.00. _____ fireplace &
Comer Palm & Azalea St Nice 3 a
bdrm., 2 ba., brick & stucco. Includes TOWN
"appliances & stor. house, fenced yd.
$59,500. Adjoining lot available.
Virginia Ave.-2 story, 1 1g. bdrm., New 2 I
screen porch, downstairs unfinished, townhouse
has wiring & plumbing, $45,000. pllances in
Hwy 386-A-Doublewide mobile deck, outs
home, 3 bdrm., 2 b. on 1.05 acres water. $69,
Good terms. $49,900. o
71h St.-1981 doublewide mobile
home, brick foundation, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. 3 bdrm:, 1
$50,000. back deck
S 6.36 acres

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


t Hwy. 98 2 newly con-
stilted'4 bdrm. 2 ba belch
Jnfurnisnea $79,000 Fur-
1.500
\A-2 bdrm.. still house on
ot. Furnished, $38,000.
r.-Stone & cedar. 3 bdrm ,
thedral ceiling, skylights.
many extras Owner music
luced. $76,000.
ve.-2 bdrm, Ig. screen
place, carpet, storage bldg
2 bdrm.,,1 ba. on 75'112' ,
I. $36.000. Assumable mor-
I of Hwy. on 34th. St.'
lx each unit nas 3 barm., 2.
DO00 ea .
2'bdrm., 1 ba., cath. selling,
furnished, $45.000.
s 42nd St -2 bdrm, 1 ba.,
$63,500.00. financing avail.
l Circle Dr.-3 bdrm. 2 ba.
porch. lurnished $79,000
available.
& 24th St.-2nd lot from
with fireplace,3 bdrm. 2.
0. .
SCircle Dr.-3 bdrnm 2 ba
e. Includes all appliances,
furnished, only 3 yre. old.
financing available. .
S43rd St.-3 bdrm;, 2 ba.
im canal, ex.. stor. bdgs.
overlooks Gulf..$6g9,500
1-3 bdrm., 1 bs. nice brick
efficiency apt adjoining on
i $79.000
-3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 story
size 75'x100' $46,000.
S42nd St. Townhouses.'2
ba. Newly constructed. 3
500 ea. Owner linan. avail
-3 bdrm., 2 be. brick wl
store. house, $60,000.
Subd.-3 bdrm., 1 ba., with
8 & shade trees, heat pump,
l 39th St. with terrific view
bdrm., 2 ba. stilt 'house,
s 34th St.- 4 bdrm. Stilt
h great gulf view;, $104,000.
28th St.-2 bdrm., .1 ba. has
& patio, $69,000..
HOUSE CLOSE
rO BEACH
bdrm.,. 11i ba., cedar
e with furniture & ap-
ncluded. Upstairs has sun-
ide shower w hot & cold
,500.
KINARD
ha. frame hone w/front and.
,'2 wells, fireplace & sits on
$28,500.


FORRENTmisc._ NO [ICSSERVICES


S. House at Howard Creek,0
Duck Ave., deep well, shad
fenced yard. 414,000- Ci
22-6310 or 2294839. tfct
Large 3 bdrm. house wi
many nice features on 4 lol
on Searcy St. at White Cit
Shrubbery, fruit trees a
barn. Call2294-8065. 4t6
Lot for sale on Coronado St
S.St Joe Beach. 3 blocks o
beach, high & dry. Reasonab
priced. Phone 648-5994
664-3,51after5:00. 3tp6/1
Best Buy on Mexico Bead
Furnished home, a/c & ceilir
-fans, -2 bdrm., 2 ba. (
1: 00'x145' lot. 12'x24' Fla. rn
w/wet bar, sodded yard, a
fenced, paved drive, ex. Il
S. 16'x32' blockgarage with 110
; 220 v; -elke; 4 blo.ksfi
? beach, $30,000.00. -Call 64
-8300.


3 bdrm., 1 '/2 ba., brick ve
-$39,900.00 with $21,000
9/ 2%. By-appointment o
3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry hI
good neighborhood. $33
2 bdrm., 1 ba. double ga
fenced-in lot, 13M4.Garri
Facing the bay, 107 Hwy
1 ba. with Ig. liv. rm., spa
& appliances. 2 Fla. por
with chain link fence,
also Ig. 2 car garag
assumable mortgage'sat
Lg. 4 bdrm., 3 ba. brick hI
Can. h&a, fireplace & m
ment only.
2 bdrm., 1 ba. housi
$25,500.00.
50'x146' lot, only 1 lot
Beach.

HANNON INS
221 Reid Ave.
o, yS Pt Associate
MI ,,.. .


on Large 2 bedroom house, on
dy Ig. chain link fenced lot,il604
all Garrison ave. Utility, rm: and
6/2 single. car garage attached.
th Air conditioner and some ap-
th pliances to remain. Appraised
y. at $34,000; owner will sefor,
$31,000. Call 229346 after 6
/2 .P"m '
., 75'x175' lot on Marvin Ave.
ff Phone 648-972. tfc7-15
ly Business lot, west corner of
or Hwy. 71 and Reid Ave., Port
16 St. Joe. Call229-8771. tfc3/31

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&E. /%fA
i" jf-iu-rgs,,ul;, stick a tri-
8- angle of linoleum under each
cornerewith fabric adhesive.

tneer home at 1912 Juniper Ave.
.00 assumable V.A. mortgage at
only.-
home with carport ori large lot in
3,500:00.'
rage & storage buildings on Ig.
son Ave. $29,500.00.
y. 98, Highland View. Two bdrm.,
cious kitchen-w lots of cabinets
ches, cen. h&a, 2 lots enclosed
underground sprinkler system,
e. $39,000.00 with $20,000.00
9r/'%.

home in excellent neighborhood.
nany extra features. By appoint-

e on corner lot, Oak Grove.

back from Hwy. 98 at St. Joe



SURANCE AGENCY
227-1133 Port SL Joe
'oh.'p.lenney, Associate
i3?L S".'W M


For Rent: Large 2-story
house on 39th St., beach side,
Mexico Beach, sleeps 10-14;
1% ba. Not air cond. Call E.
Tom Pridgeon, Port St. Joe,
229-8548 after 5 p.m. 2tp 6/9
For Rent: Large unfurnish-
ed apartment, 3% bdrm., 2 ba.
Call648-5281. tfic6/9


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
' da,-'ee- or -month: (2 day.
:minimum).- Rustic Saids'
Campgrounds, 15th St., Mex-
ico Beach. 648-5229.
SKI BREEZE
Camping, mobile home, 2
bdrm. apt. and campers for
rent, day, week or month. On
the gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee Schlickman.
Res. 229-6105.
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable- steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.





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


ERA PARKER REALTY, Realtor


HIGHWAY 98 &,31st ST.
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA


648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073
(Outside Florida)
1-800-342-6692 (Inside Florida)


Self-propelled lawn mower,
good cond., can be seen at 621
Madison St., Oak Grove. Call
227-1490. ltp 6/16
FREE kittens to good
homes. Call 227-1273.
Piano, Krakaner, $300. In
good condition. Call 229-6940.


Going out of business sale:
fantastic sale, all items great-
ly reduced.
Jeans & Things
Mini-Mall
Mexico Beach
648-8275
Colonial rocking chair,
black naugahyde, $50. Call
648-5469. Itp
Picnic tables, swings, set-
tees, lawn chairs, flower
boxes, trellis, etc. Call Wewa,-
639-2860. 6tp 5/26
1982 Westgate Mobile home,
2 bedroom, unfurnished. Call
227-1329 anytime. 2tc 6/16

GARAGESALESJLm


Yard Sale: Friday, June 17,
8 till 5 at 610 Maddox St., Oak
,Grove. Misc. items and.
Clothes. Rain cancels.
Yard Sale: 525 10th St., 9 to.
4, Friday and Saturday. Misc.
items, clothes, dolls, toys.


Yard Sale: Thurs. and Sat.,
9 till 2. Clothes, some fur-
niture, misc. items. Jones
Homestead, look for signs.
Rain cancels.
Yard Sale: Friday, 9 till, 5th
St., Highland View, next to
water tower. Some furniture,
clothes, etc.
Backyard Sale: Sat.,9to 1,3'
families, 527 7th St. Dishes,
depression glass, pottery,
babytlir eat, toolk, lots of
goodies. Phone 227-1370.




1974 Chevrolet, good cond.,
$800. Call 229-044. 2tc 6/16
Dixie D Used Cars
Hwy. 98 & 41st St.
Mexicb Beach'
6 trucks, from $495 to $1495.
25 nice cars to choose from,
price is right.
Car Wash Open 24 Hrs.
Wrecker Service 24 Hrs.
Call 648-5016,
ask for Ned
CJ5 Jeep, $400; 4 wheels, 6
lug mags, $100. Call 229-6310 or
229-8839. tfe 6/2
1980 Chevrolet Monza, air
cond., power, am radio, good
cond. $3,500. Call 6485270.
648-5270. 2t6/9


The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.
There 'will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
GUERRY MELTON, W.M.
Joe Pippin, Sec.


The V.F.W. Post 10069, John
C. Gainous holds its meeting
every second Tuesday and the
fourth Thursday at Motel St.
Joe at 7:30 p.m. tfe 11/4
The Board of Commission-
ers of the Highland View
Water Department will have
its monthly meeting the first
Tuesday of each month at 7:30
p.m. at the Water Plant.
tfcll/4

The Disabled American Vet-
erans, Port St. Joe Chapter 62,
will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6/4


Forerunners of the mod-
ern railroad's steel rails
were wooden planks, some
faced with strips of iron.*


SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours).

THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 Reid Ave. 229-6954
q- .Optn 7DTay Week
,.Mon. Sat., 7 a.m. -. p.m.
Sun. 10 a.m. 6 p.m
Self service or drop-off
tfc4-7


COSTING INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-899




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


PAINTING

Blalock Construction Co.
229-8924


For Your Pest Problems
with Roaches, Fleas, etc. :
CALL
BEACH PEST CONTROL
Call 234-3236 collect
and leave your name and phone number for Jan.
$20 Initial Visit, $12 monthly service


[E LEARNING CENTER |
706 Woodward Ave.
229-6303
"TOTAL CHILD CARE"
UOTER


.::: ^-* 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.
Keep watch for the cornstnction of our .NeP Center.
Glenda Whitfield Ownier/Director

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The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue
p Port St. Joe, Florida O

"QualityFabricsatAffordable Prices"


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.




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


FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers
& Gifts :
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 2294343
Port St. Joe, Florida:
If no answer call 229-84964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owier
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th; F, S
9:00-12:00 Wed. :
tfcl-21
LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM-
Carpet Upholstery:
Autos
Commercial or Resident~il
Free Estimates
Locally Owned -
Phone 229-6482 or 229-4417
tfcll-4
ST. JOE MACHINE C :
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803 :
Machinist on Duty Alla 'y
Every Day


Wauneta's i
Accounting &8
"Income Tax

220 Reid Ave.
Ph. 229-8536
HOURS: Monday Sat.
8a.m.-5p.m.
(Open during noon hou_)
Open after 5 p.m. by app.
.Waunet Brewer Pat ehlMtil
Owner Assta
(Used to be atU 116 Mommien


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

Fishing Tackle :

HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue



ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS






--Commercial Buiding
-Itesidential Building :,
-Cabinet Work



GLEN F. COMBS
227-18 1 ;

P. O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA:



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"I think it was something I ate."



kills bugs for

up to six month*:

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


OVERSTREET
Perfect retirement home. 3 odrm..
brick home on 85 acres, reduced to
sell. $47.000.00
Almost new mobile home. 2 baim, 1
ba. on over ''* acre. lurn. 24' well.
deck Land is cleared 8 has 18"
regulation culvert & driveway,
$24.000 N Long SI
BEACON HILL
3rd St. & 3rd Ave.-Duplex. 1 bdtm I
ba. ea. or 2 barm., 2 aa. nome.
$26,500. Good financing.
3rn St & 4th Ave -3 bdrm. I ba.,:
fireplace, fence. $38.000
WEWAHITCHKA
Transfer Landing Rd Armost an acre.
close to Chipola River 4 bdrm. 2 be.
unfurn double wide. Enougn room to
add several trailers tor income
$23.500.
5 acre tracl. with moolle home. in.
cludes nice barn & stor bldg iand's
prepared for garden 24.500 Near
Wewahlicnka_____
Hwy. 71 iDalKeiln). 3 Dorm 1 Da. ap-
prox 1 acre. S 18.000
Cocnran Landing-PartIally finished
4 bdrm. on 2 lots. Good well & septic
tank, $27,500. .
'WHITE CITY
2 houses and c.b. aftor bldg,: /2 mile
From Intracoastal. $84,000.
Brick home on 252'x125 lot, $35,000..
Frame house on 100'x125' lot,
$16,000. _____
Store on 102'x125' lot, $25,000. "
HIGHLAND VIEW
3 bdrm. house with barn and chain
link fence. $16,000.

INDIAN PASS
Gulf & lagoonfrontage, approx. 3.53
acres on SR 30-B, near Indian Pass.
Property runs from lagoon to gull & Is
divided by hwy., Includes older house
& furnishings. Call for details:
LOTS FOR RENT
2 lots ready for mobile
home, have septic tank,
water & power hookup.
Georgia Ave., Mexico
Beach.
PORT ST. JOE
Comfortable 3 bdrm. home on 1 A/
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.
Tapper Ave. & Saunders Circle, new 3
-bdrm., 2 ba. home w/cedar siding,
double garage & heat pump. On '/
acre. $68,000._____


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


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


ELECTRICIAN


Specializing In Service Wkork
-and Addition Work

HENRY BROXTON 63


", AiN'S PLACE
for Crafts made by Gulf County Senior Citkrens
* AFGHANS' CERAMICS
* CROCHETED PIECES' & MUCH MORE
FROM OUR BAKE SHOP
FRESH BREAD, CAKES, CINNAMON ROLLS &
PIES BY ORDER

Magellan St 648-5258 St. Joe Bead


Dixie D Used Cars


24 Hour Car Wash

Wrecker Service



Mexico Beach Service Center

t LCall 648-5016


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
Sundays--, 1 p.m.. 7 p.m. for your convenience
-1 CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Memoer Professional Picture Framers Assoc.


4


648-891


Pat Bowen, owner


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House Cleaning: Are you in
a slump and your.house looks
like a dump? Then call
648-8274 after 5 p.m. CDT.
tfc 6/16
Lady would like job; light
housekeeping and caring for
semi-elderly, man or lady.
Call 229-8977. 2tp6/9
Reliable high school student
would like to mow yards, or.
will do odd jobs. Has own
lawnmower, satisfaction
guaranteed. Call 227-1522.
4tc5/26


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 Brackiin 227-1555,
:Janice Morris 229-6206, Debra
Bailey 229-6313, Ola L.
Thomas 229-8949, PearlWii-
field 229-8949, Antoniette
Lenox 229-6980.
-- 3
Tired of Roof4Water?
Call".
RAIN-DRAIN
We Install Quality
Rain Gutters
648-5304
Commercial & Residential
Free Estimates


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


39-5484


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PAGE ET.FVEN


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6-5

Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
tfc 7-3
AVON
Buy or Sell
Call Group Sales Leader at
227-1281
8tp4/28
Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle'
tfc4-16'
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


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6 OZ..CAN FROZEN IGA
ORANGE JUICE


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CRISCO $59
SHORTENING$
3 LBS.
EXPIRES JUNE 21, 1983
WITH I FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE.


79


1LB.CAN
EXPIRES JUNE 21, 1983
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE.
DOUBLE DiONT SP ECIAL!


WHITE LILY
PLAIN OR S-RISING


. LBS. V V
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WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE.

CHICKEN OF SEA
CHUNK

UNA 2
6vx OZ.
EXPIRES JUNE 21, 1983
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE.
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EXPIRES JUNE 21, 1983
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE.




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Dunkin Sticks.
Steak Buns...
Bread .......


G.E. SOFT WHITE
Bulbs m.75-a........... .
PLATTER
TantpOns..........
AIM EKB. & MINT
.Toothpaste...........
SIGuAL
Mouthwash..........


QUANTITY
RIGHTS
RESERVED


I. 5 N


USDA Choice Tablerite Sirloin Tip Roast ............
USDA Choice Tablerite Beef Top Round Swiss Steak. ...


.. '2.28


Tablerite Lean Cubed Beef Steak ....................... b. .2.68
Tablerite Fresh Lean Ground Chuck (Familya .k). . . 1.58
Center Cut Thin Breakfast Pork Chops........ .... '2.59
Country Style Rib-End Pork Ribs .... ...... .... u. '1.59
Wilson's Boneless Pork Chops"Recipe Ready" . ...... .. .88
Wilson's Boneless Buffet Hams93%FatFree . .... ... 2.38
IGA Tablerite Roll Pork Sausage...... ............ .. L 8
Sunnyland Bag Smoked Sausage ............ ... 2.39
Oscar Mayer Meat-Cheese Beef Wieners. ......... ... ,. '1.78
Oscar Mayer Meat or Beef Bologna ............. L1.68
Hormel Sliced Pepperoni............. ..... ........ 3%o. 99C
Lykes "Delicious" Wieners or Bologna PowerPak ., .... ..... ,12o. 59'
Carolina Sliced-Smoked Bacon Ends & Pieces . . 1.68


1/ Loi


PORK $ 48


DONT VEROO THSEMONY AVING B: -


Kraft U.S. Grapefruit Juice.... ... ................ .... .... 1 o,0z.
Kraft Dressings ..... ..... ..................... ..... .
Lucky Leaf Apple Juice ......... ........... ........z.
Cairo Beauty Hamburger Dill hips ................ ...... .... o.
Barbara Dee Cookies ... .. ... ... .... . 20 oz.
Mueller's Elbow Macaroni..... ..... ...... .... ........... oz.
Bernardin Std. 2 Pc. Canning Caps ... ... .... ...... ... i2s'
Castleberry Brunswick Stew ........ ....... : .... .... "
Tagless Tea Bags.................. ...... .. .. ........ 10
Taster's Choice Reg. Coffee ............................. o.
Taster's Choice Decaf. Coffee............................ 8,oz.
IGA Pineapple ......................... .. .... ..... .. .....
Northern Jumbo Napkins..................... ... .... ........ 14o
Morton Ice Cream Salt ..................................... uLs.
Ziplock Sandwich Bags...................... ...... ... Mot.
Sani Flush Tank II................. ................ .. oz.
Raid Ant-& Roach Aerosol........ ........................... oz.
Jonison Lemon Pledge.. ......................'. ........ ........ 7 o.
Golden Blend Dog Food .............................. ....... 5Lbs.
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$ 1 7
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$l39


WGA
MACARONI &
PIKI CHEESE
DINNERS

3 88.

VAN CAMP
PORK&
: a BEANS.
300
D FCans7

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4293

6.4 oz. $1.3
24 cz.$219


FONIIO DP


Gold Supreme


I47a


ICE CREAM gal.
MORTON .
POTPIES............. *
IGA
Orange Juice.............. 12,.
SARA LEE
Pound Cake ................ 10oLb.
Ple Shells ...............2 2's
SEA PAK BREADED
Fish Sticks ................... oz.
MEADOW GOLD
Heath Bars . ........ Pak


DA 'EARMi


IGA VEGETABLE 3
OLEO .. ............ ...
TROPICANO CARTON
Orange Juice ..... ..........
IA
Cheese Singles.............
MERICO BUTTER ME NOT
Biscuits ....................
SEALTEST L-N-L
Cottage Cheese ...............
SEALTEST 2
Sour Cream ..............


$100

79*

$100
$159
$119


GREEN PEPPERS

CUCUMBERS ,g.
tnilAeu tray


TENDER OKRA tray.
Vidalia Sweet Onions ...... .b 29Vine-Ripened
Seedless White Grapes ...........b. b.s1.49 TOMAT
California Red Plums ......................... lb.79 I OMA I E
Florida Mangoes .............................ea79
Red or Gold Delicious Apples. ...... . 3 b. bag 1.19
CANTALOUPES AND WATERMELONS ICE COLD


FOLGER'S


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......2 Ph 00
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$1.00
1 Lb. l
$129
64 oz.
12 oz.
3, 0. $100

12 oz. 79
,.. 88*


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S BULK RATE
U. S. POSTAGE
Port St. Joe 8.4' PAID
Wewahitchka Permit No. 3
Wewahitchka, FL
JUNE 15-21
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