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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 23, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JUNE 23,1983


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iquent Water




Get Attention


em Is Growing Each Month


"Neither rain, nor storm,,nor dark of night
shall stay this messenger from his ap-
pointed rounds"... .



But A Biting Dog Will Bills


Postmaster Gives Warningfor Pet Owners .Pro-bl
Neither rain; nor storm, nor dark of night shall stay W
this messenger from his appointed.rounds but a With a growing incidence of
biting dog will. unpaid water bills at the end of
Dog bites suffered by two mail delivery carriers the billing cycle each month,
during the past two weeks has caused Postmaster Tom the City. Commission took
Sapp to become concerned about the roaming dog steps to... toughen up the
problem in the city and determined to do something collection procedure in order
about it. to cuta down on delinquent
-..During the past two weeks, two carriers, Jimmy payment ofbills, in action
Herring and Mrs. Jean Stebel, have been bitten by dogs. Tuesday night.
Mrs. Steel's bite was extremely serious. She is in the' City Auditor- and Clerk
hpItal. in Panam,. City suffering. ifrbm 'ant acute p presented. a li t of some 62
ietni fomint e. iten Se, eid.g apo a is arisibe in customne's, who still haven't
Clifornia died from complicatiqns'resultiig from a dog paid their water bills this
biteand some 5,700 postal employees were bitten by dogs month Tuesday, saying the
laspyear. "Dog bites account for nearly 10 percent of the problem is growing each and
total injuries suffered by postal employees", Sapp said. every month. "We no more.
,Sllpp said a biting dog can cause the postal service to
suspend mail delivery to a home. "If a vicious dog is
allowed to roam, we have the power to suspend delivery ,
within an entire block until something is done with the w aW
d6e", Sapp said. '
TAKES TOUGH STAND
Sapp said he doesn't tend to see.Iais employees
injured and dog owners shirk their responsibilities in .
keeping their pets under control. "I intend to apply the
full'foce of our rules, :sinci it is my major concern to The..City of Wewahitchka
protect the five letter carriers which operate in the Port will transfer its garbage col-
'St. Joe area", Sapp said. lecfion" to- a private firm the
"I'will suspend mail delivery to homes withbiting first.of July, but the.customer
dogs and to neighborhoods with vicious dogs", Sapp willo osee any difference in
sd his service or bWing for at
S"The Postmaster said Herring's bite was from a dog least threewmonths, according
which-iame through -a locked screen door' to get to to wrd from City Clerk
him2"The owner 'had taken reasonable i-ecautionis to A chanane Hanlon doen. what letter cn.ier do hundreds
keep the pet under control. We can forget'that one. The Gene Hanlon does what letter carriers do hundreds The City of Wewahithcka,
other dog uis numerous complaints filed against it and of times a day, making them highly vulnerable to vicious after considerable study of its
we will not forget that one, since it was roaming free, dogs.-Star photo garbage collection losseshas
even after the complaints had been filed","Saiip said. There's something almost anti-American ina message accepted an offer by Tri-
ThePostmaster'said pet owners are now financially to keep your dog leashed, fenced or confined"', Sapp County Refuse Service, with
responsible for the expense to the postal service for a said. "But, we're going .to take necessary steps to headquarters in Apalachicola,
S postal worker 'being out of work, receiving niedical protect our people". to handle the service in the
treatment, etc. In our case, the dog owner is responsible Sapp said, "We're going to work with dog owners in future,'With the City collection
for Mrs. Stebel's pay: whbli ,she can't work and is trying to keep the dogs and other biting.pets away from depar. ent being shut down.
responsible fob.thl iidiea tr-eatiptitluididf-rom.ther.- .. the-letter carriers-.n-most instances'+feel we- wi ..ll --- .Tito tiy presently offers.
dog bite." uccesful. Most people don't want their.pets cheiie gbn te"same -servie. along the
"It could get to be an expensive bite", Sapp,said. people. Where we can't get assistancefrom the owners, I Baches area in the southern
Sapp said,."I'm lure that in some corners ell draw can --. and'will interrupt service until the situation is end of Gull County.
criticism for crackiig down on r.egligent pet owners. taken care of", Sapp said. The contract with the City
,..-J calls for pick-up once a week
.. i the residential areas of


o Hire


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Wewahitchka and daily in the
commercial areas. Pick-up
will be on Monday on the west
side of Highway 71 and on
* Thursday on the east side.


turn the water off on unpaid
accounts if not paid by the
15th- just like it says on the
printed' bills".
City practice in the past has
been to add a $1.00 to the bill if
not paid by the 10th of the
month. Past due notices are
normally sent out between the
12th and 15th' of the month,
with service discontinued if
not paid by the 15th. Since the
meter reading procedure gen-
erally starts around the 15th,
it is usually around the 20th
before meters of delinqent
accounts are cut off..
As a result of -the growing
number of delinquents-usual-
ly the same accounts, each
month-the City will step up
its cutting off procedure each
month, and apply the $5.00
charge allowed by the ordin-
ance for getting the water cut
back on after payment of the
bill is made. If the cut on
procedure must be done after
regular business hours, the
charge will be $10.00.
Farris said the City has


No rates will be changed for approximately 1,450 water
at least'three months,'accord- meter accounts.
ing to the agreement signed BITING DOGS
Tuesday night by Mayor Rob- ne of the biggest head-
ert Nations arid Tri-County. aches .the Commission has
After that time, a look will be ever had (and still does) is the
taken at the rate structure, matter of roaming dogs;
with the commercial collec- s a ad dogs
tion rate, at least, likely due especially bad dogs.
iora a t east The matter was einphasized
for an increase, this week after two postal
Mrs. Buchanan said the carriers were bitten within the
customer will see no differ- past two weeks with ope mail
.ence in. their_.cgllectiln_ ser- carrier hospitalized as_ the
vice. The pick-up frequency result of her bites.
will be the same and the Street Superintendent Dor-
service will still be billed out 'ton Hadden said the dog owner
of City Hall. The City will then is already asking when he can
pay Tri-County for their ser- get his dog back. out of the
vice. pound, where it has been ever


since the biting incident.
In the meantime, Hadden
was instructed not to let the
dog out of the pound.
INSURANCE BIDS
Bids were received for
medical insurance for City
employees Tuesday night,.
with bids received from three ;
firms.
The City has carried medi-
cal insurance with Liberty .
National, but recent heavy
demands on the policy by
several City employees had
caused the group coverage to
take a drastic climb in cost.
The three firms bidding '
were Hannon Insurance, Lib-
erty National and Blue Cross-
Blue Shield.
The three bids will -be
studied in a special meeting
this afternoon and a decision
made on where to purchase
the coverage for the coming ',
year.
OTHER BUSINESS.
In other business matters,
the Commission: .,.
-Granted a variance to
David Ambrose to encroach
on a corner of his setback line
with an addition to his house.
Ambrose lives on an odd
shaped ,lot which made the
corner variance necessary.
-Agreed to call for bids to
stucco the Centennial Build-
ing.
-Granted a special as-
sessment to the School Board ''
to-.take .-care. oL.the.. City's _.
summer work program
through the'community ser-
vices program.
-Approved Clerk Farris .)
going to Tallahassee to attend
an ad valorem tax seminar.


Commissioners Get Unpopular A wer to Paving
s Get-.n"p p -ns,'


In answer to complaints from t
Gulf' County Commission, engineer
from the state Department of'Trai
'portation were in the county Ia
SThursday to investigate the resurfaci
-' job on the highway and meet wi
Commissioners Billy' Branch and Do
Birmingham about the county's con
'plaints.
Specifically, the county was coi
pldining about the quality of the paving
job' and the destruction done to tl
Dalkeith Road by heavy trucks hauli


he dirt to the Highway 71 job.
5rs A Although the' DOT people had an
nst explanation of quality of the paving job,
1st it still didn't satisfy Branch and
ng Birmingham. Both Commissioners told
lth The Star they received a reasonable
ug explanation as to why things were done
m- the way they were; but they still didn't
like the' job the county received on the
^m- .'project..
ng "It wasn't the fault of the contrac-
he tor", Birmingham said. "He did- just
ng what he was told to do by DOT".


Branch said, "DOT had just so
much money to spend on this road and
they spent it as far as it would go and
had to economize the rest of the way",
Branch said. "Essentially that's what
happened and the reason why the road
is patched in so many places, rather
than being re-paved in the bad spots",
the chairman said. '
"There were some bad base spots
in the road which should have been dug
out and replaced", Birmingham said.
"Everyone knew that, but the money
wasn't available to dig down and


' replace the bad base. So, patches were.
.installed and an overlay of asphalt
applied over the entire patched area,"
Birmingham siad.
Both men agreed they were told the
job wasn't the best in the world but that
it was approved and acceptable by DOT'
as an adequate paving job. "It was just
cheaper to do the overlays than it was
to dig out the defective base",
Birmingham said. "I don't have any
doubts but that in a period of time, we
will have a wavy .highway once again,
but I don't know much we can do about


it right now. The road is better than it
.was and should be in pretty good shape
for a long time, but the waves will re-
appear", Birmingham said. .
Stressing that the meeting with the
state people was "cordial", Chairman
Branch said he still had hopes of getting
the Dalkeith Road repaired and placed
in good shape.
"We still haven't reached the end of
this negotiation and I firmly believe we
will get what we wait and need'out of
this request,".


Birmingham pointed out that the
road was already patched before the
contractor started using it, but that it
would have served the county purpose
for otherr five to ten years. "It's a
.mess now. Torn to pieces", the ;
Commissioner said. "I think we will get '-
some adequate repairs for 'this road in,.'
just a short, while". :
In summation, the two Commis-' ,
sioners said, "We don't particularly
like what satisfaction we received, but '
it looks like we're stuck with it."


: as Co. Rates Consid red


Public Service Commission Holds Hearing Monday


St. Joe Natural Gas Com-
pany has a hearing scheduled
before the Florida Public
Service C~mmission Monday
morning to consider a per-
. manent rate structure for the
local utility. The hearing,
which is to begin at 9:30 a.m.,
in Room 122 of the Fletcher
Building on East Gaines
Street, is to consider the first
permanent rate ever to be set
for the 22-year-old utility.
According to: the owner,
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., the gas,
company has operated on a
temporary rate structure ever.
since it first began to serve the
Port St. Joe. area in 1961.
"Costin said the firm has never


The Annual Buck Griffin Memorial
Fishing Rodeo is scheduled for .Monday,
SJune 27, t.the St. Joseph Bay County Club
lakes. Kids from age four to 90 are
encouraged to either register at the 16th
Street Golf Course prior to' June 27, or
report to St. Joseph Bay Country Club
clubhouse at 8:00 a.m. June 27.
Fishing participants must furnish
their own baits, refreshments, and trans-
portafion. All will lieallowed to swim in
* the club pool at their own risk. There will


asked nor received a rate
increase since it started busi-
ness and that the new per-
manent rate will not be an
increase in cost to the custo-
mer, either..
There is no arguing the fact
that natural gas. is more
expensive now than it was 22
years ago. Costin'qualified his
statement concerning local
rates, saying the local firm
had never gone up on the
amount it charges the custo-
mer above what the gas
actually costs from the whole-
saler through the pipeline'
which serves Florida. "They
have gone up on the wholesale
price of gas several times, bfit


we have never gone up on the
margin we charge our local
customers", Costin said.
Costin said that a pre-.
hearing conference recently
with the Public Service Com-
mission had tentatively set the
rate of return for the utility at
16 percent return. "This is the
rate the PSC established and
the rate we are asking for",
Costin said. "It will not be an
increase to 'our domestic cus-,
tomers. We have always had
the lowest rates of any gas,
company in Florida, and we
plan on continuing with that,
reputation", the gas company
owner said.
Costin said the new rate


be no charge for anyqf the daily activities.
'Trophies will be awarded for the most
fish, largest bream, bass, and catfish.
Billy Barlow and his assistants will be in
charge of monitoring .the fishing and
judging the winners.
All interested persons should contact
Barlow either at the 16th St.,Golf Course,
or call 229-8047.
Fish until you get-too, hot and tired, or
give out of fish bait.


structure broke the local
rating schedule down into four
or five categories as to
amount of usage, purpose, etc.
Presently, the company
bills on a schedule made up of
different rates based on vol-.
ume, type business, residen-
tial, manufacturing, etc., but
no official scale has ever been
set by the Public Service.
"Even after the hearings
and rate setting procedure is
completed, our customers will
continue receiving gas at the
same rate they' have in the
past", Costin said. "We are
not going up in our charges.
We are just establishing a
permanent rate" the company
spokesman said.
Persons who wish to present
testimony in the matter are
urged to appear at the begin-
ning of the hearing since the
hearing may be adjourned
early: if; o.: 'witnesses are
present to testify. The hearing
is open to the public and
anyone may attend.


Commissioners Take Oath

City Clerk Alden Farris, extreme right, administers the
oath of office to Commissioner Blly Fleming, Commissioner
Mayor Frank Pate and Commissioner Wesley R. Ramsey, as


Mexico Beach Approves Co


Mexico Beach Mayor Bob'
Hale says he expects some
opposing citizens to file a
lavisuit over establishment of
a park on Highway 98 near the
El Governor Motel, but the


City will continue with pro-
ceduresE to get the park built,
anyhow. :
"We need some public facil-
ity.on the beach and this is the
only piece of property which is


publicly owned", Hale told
The Star.
The property in question, on
the Gulf side of Highway 98, is
about an acre in size. "The
property was given to Bay


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he swears them into office to begin two year terms with city
government recently. All three Commissioners were re-
elected in May without opposition. Their new terms started
this month. Fleming is starting his second term and Pate and
Ramsey are both veterans on the board. .
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ntroversial Park

County back in 1959 or 1960 in the amount of $89,000. "The
Lnd they agreed to give it to us grant was larger when we first
or this purpose", Hale said. started working, but it has
le said a grant is available been reduced since that
rom the State of Florida to time"
lace facilities on the property (Continued On Page 3)


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ORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 44


than get the bills out and the
meters read until we have to
put a man full time to
collecting unpaid bills", Far-
ris said. He pointed out that
the man hired by the city to
keep meters repaired, read
and delinquents turned off,
now spends his entire time
reading meters and collecting
bills. "He has. no time for
anything else", Farris said.
Commissioner James B.
Roberts, 'who oversees the
water deptmnient remarked,
"We'll handle that.'We'll just


SAnnual Buck Griffin Fis'ing


Rodeo At Country Club


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and Comments


THE STAR


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"' of the approved charge after
"the person has met the $75
S T annual deductible.
SLet's Get "Together "The approved charge is the
S. lower of the doctor's actual
I The County Commission and the its plan for local economic action off charge, the doctor's 'custom-
AutheCority wommlso1ould a posv ar'charge, or th,.prevailing
t Authority' suddenly feel they the.ground. This would be a positive charge in the area'.
in competition with one another, start and- they should be encouraged The customary charge is the
n in reality, they, are not. to get started with plans to make usual fee charged by a doctor
. Both have the idea of getting Port St. Joe the overseas shipping or other supplier for a speci-
ership of the old Corps of point on the Gulf Coast for the fled service.
eers property at -White City seafood industry. The prevailing charge is,
.... 1 b' ," ., ,-. I" f -, .WB te G '_p __-ist. : ..ftgur -by--co. aT -ar i i
V e l f0ez'icein best t5rplrt t'166 peray fle .
Lr idea ifehatce thebe p~acen tdperadbn, m doctors in a'glied'are, for the
eir ideas is'that the Port Authority. County Commission should encour- same service. The prevailing
iQws what they want to put on a age them' in their efforts to secure charge is then set at the 75 '
rtion of the property and the. the property and get on 'with the percent level'of the range df
unty Commission doesn't'know program. charges made for a given
t they want to put on any' of it. f the conference together service in the area.
We think Commissioner Evertt The customary and prevail-
s hit on a perfect idea when he shows definite problems with the ing charge figures are ba-ed
Sjr ns nit ont a prfeid tea when site as the overseas shipping prep- on information collected in the
ftiested Tuesday, "We 'ought to aration point, they should ask. the calentiar year before the
6titogether in a meeting and decide County for their help in securing a benefit year The benefit yrea
a plan of action beneficial to both runs from July through June.
0 0, proper site. For example, the fees al-
: Truer words were never spoken. Above all, they should talk proved in the period July 1983
Sw nnathrough June 1984 will be
ht now the County Commission together and come to a decision based on. fee information
the Port Authority are both as to who will actively pursue collected in 1982.
able toward the other arid before ownership of the property. More information about
thIey degenerate to the point where. We don't think Gene Raffield, Medicare covered services
QthVy have a full-blown war going local seafood producer, was just and benefits can be obtained
0qver that piece of property, they. blowing smoke when he said nobody at the Panama City Social
.-ought to sit down and talk this thing in Gulf County will get the property WestuGovernment Street. The
ioui. Which plan of action will be best if two agencies start fighting over it. telephone number is 769-4871.
for the County? Now is the time to get together and
Everyone in the county wants pull together, before a fight can "The mind of each man is
ithe Port Authority to begin getting start, the man himself." Cicero
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Do ng What You



an to Help County

ast Tuesday at the County would increase noticeably if every-
nission meeting, during the one would "help Gulf County and its
e of taking care of the several people" in this little way.
ess matters, Commissioner From experience, we can tell
dge Money remarked, "I want you that there is enough business
what I can to help Gulf County. going out of this county that our
in Gulf County's favor, I'm for printing plant and office supply
it." store can handle to put us in the
Ve don't remember what Corn- position of having to hire at least two
oner Money was referring to or more extra employees if it were to
he made his statement. We stay in town or in the county. In our
heard many others make the business, we have priced the opposi-
statement and all had it in tion and find that we are on average
power to help Qulf County and of 12 percent below out-of-town
t considerably. suppliers of the same articles and
'e don't think Commissioner services we supply. The same
y is any more guilty of not brands are involved and the same
ig Gulf County than any of the articles from thel'ame suppliers.
of. us. It's just that his Others have the same exper-
nent made us think of how he ience.
hers could be a real help to the If just The Star could put at least
y and to its people. two people to work should "the
Commission t" Money and- majority of their .t busineFs stay
one else who has made a in the county, just t think how many
ir statement would *just do new0jobbwould'ble d ailablle h&re if
.primary .shopping in: Gulf everyone becm as conscientious
y and their secondary shop- abo6t. his, home'as Coinmissioner
in Bay County, you would be r 'Money says he vants:to b6'!
ised at how it would help Gulf.. The Commissioner can hflp his
y. It 'might even provide the -coufty in a very real way. He can
host people say we need at this even see the results. In the long run,
every year when our newest .y he would probably, save himself
f high school graduates are out some money and considerable time
ig foi a way to earn a living so in the process. What could you do
can stay at home. with the extra two or three hours it
e can speak from experience, takes you to drive to Panama City
he employment in Gulf County each time you go?


enced swimmers. The main
attraction Sandy-Landy offer-
ed was the diving tree. The
diving tree was a tall, leaning
cypress tree that was situated
at a precise spot that made it
perfect for a diving stand into
the deep water. The fact that it
leaned at a slight angle made
it easy to climb and there were
two protruding limbs' that
offered foot room from which
we could launch our dives.


Plenty of snakes and lizards
also helped make our trips
there interesting.
Part of the fun about going
to Sandy-Landy was that it
was not easily accessible. It
was located about five miles
(the way the crow flies) from
our home. If the trip was made
-by car (or truck) or bicycle it
was more like seven or nine
miles. It was not often that we
went by car or bicycle. There
were a few times that we rode
horses but that was not often.
It's hard to describe the
feeling of that first plunge into
the water after walking five or
so miles in the boiling hot sun.
The water was so cold and
fresh' that it. would literally
take your breath. And it was'
so wonderfully cool and clean
that we often wondered how
we had made it there without


it. The feeling was not so
great, however, when we
started up that sandy, grassy
knoll for the five mile journey
back home and to work.
We usually arrived home
late. That did not alter the fact
that there was still work to be
done and we were the ones
that had to do it. Besides that
there was the evening chores
that had to be done and that
was no easy task. After
milking the cows and feeding
the chickens and horses and
sloppin' the hogs we would get
our baths and eat supper.
When that was over there was.
nothing else to do except go to
bed. *
And I'll tell you something;
we were too danged tired to do
anything else That ole swim-:
min' hole took care of a lot of
problems for us.


:Woman On

' I'M GLAD I'M NOT one of the four
mEen now circling the earth-in the space
S shuttle. I don't have the burning desire
to get tha, high above the earth and no
Desire at all to come back down with the
hazards facing me which face the space
ship.
- Riding in the space shuttle interests
.ne about as much as riding a- roller
coaster, which doesn't interest-me at
Bill. .
I'm doubly 'glad I'm not riding in
Ihe space shuttle because there is a
woman on board and quarters are
'nuch too cramped to avoid her or stay
5ut of her way for the six days the team
is scheduled to be away on their little
gaunt.
- I have nothing against women. I
hi-nk they are nicer to have around,
han men. I had rather'look at women
;3han men. I had rather smell of at'
Avon an than to smell of a man. To be
lcooped up with a woman in a space
Ifapsule .. with three other men along
bn the trip, is more than would 'care
or.


Board Spaceship Could Make the Ride Seem A Lit


Can't you see it now?
Sally Ride is really putting those
guys through their paces. "Watch out
before you turn at the next star". "Get
out of the way of that piece of space


the cargo bay behind you?..." and on
and on it could go.
I REALIZE THINGS have to be
put up, cleaned up, shook up, spruced


ETAOIN SHROLU

L '. Wes. ey sey
,... *, ,, .. *.. *< ,^ ;* r


scrap." "Slow down, it's time to go
outside". "Don't drive so rough on this
re-entry, I want to get where I'm going
- in one piece". "Pick Uip that paper!"
"Did you shave today"? "'Don't close'
this hatch so tight, I might break my.
fingernail opening it." "Did yoiumake
your bed? toss yobr 'dirty
underwear in the clothes hamper? .'
Leave a ring around the bath tub? Close


up, closed up, etc. I also realize God
must have men to mesa's up and women
to see they picked up, but six days of
those female reminders in space and I
would be ready to, be locked up.
: ++ + 4 .
I SAW A DRAWING of the inside of
the space ship this past week, when one
of the -weekly news magazines printed
a complete drawing of how the


astronauts are to be disbursed in the
cabin of the space ship. Well, rather
than say 'disbursed', the correct word
might well be 'wedged' since all five
people are being put in the Challenger


with a shoe horn. Even though Sally
Ride, the lady along for the project, is a
little thing, even a tube of toothpaste
would be squeezed in the cabin of the
ship. It's close quarters.
The most welcome commodity
aboard could very well be a can or two
of 'Right Guard'.
Sanitary services are interesting on
the ship. According to the drawing,


there is a 'Sanitary Station' where the
astronauts will take a sponge bath and
do their daily ablutions.
There is only one of these 'comfort
stations' on board and with four men
and a woman to be comforted, things
could get right hectic.
One relief is that the lady on board
cannot lock herself in the bathroom,
making it off limits forthe other four on
board, who happen to be men. It's just a
matter' of walking right on in if Miss
Ride starts using a woman's preroga-
tive to stay in the bathroom until "She
gets through".

I REALLY DON'T KNOW which
activity would take the most out of a
man, riding with Sally Ride in the space
shuttle for six days or being Dino
DeLorean aild kissing Barbara Kane
for 30 days without stopping.
You're right. Most, of trying to
make that decision would depend on
what Barbara looked like or how much
you'wanted to kiss her.
Dino and Barbara kissed for 30


ttle Bumpy
days recently, to get their names in
the Guinness Book of World Records.
I understand Barbara's husband
took a dim view of her kissing Dino for
30 days with only a five minute break.
every hour and two hours to sleep hi a
24-hour period. '
That would probably strain a
relationship, much like spending six
days inside a tiny space ship with four
men will do for Sally Ride's relat4on-
ship with her husband.
According to the story, Barbara's
husband began to get over his jealousy
when he realized how much of an
impact kissing Dino for 30 days,
non-stop, would do for her career.
What kind of a career has a
requirement that you kiss a man for 30
days without stopping?
I'll bet that even with the repu-
tation of being able to do so, she
probably won't find employment right
away as a marathon kisser.
Unless it's to ride in a space ship,
hundreds of miles above, the earth with
ONE man and not FOUR.


Tides

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


High Low
June 23 10:42a.m. 9:21p.m.
June 24 11:21a.m. 10:04p.m.
June25 12:00p.m. 10:43p.m.
June 26 12:37 p.m. 11:26p.m.
June 27 1:15p.m.

June29 2:23p.m 12:45 a.m.
June30 2:55p.m. 1:10a.m.


I don't know what I would
have done as a young boy if it
hadn't been for our swimming'
hole. It was a time when there
was no television and you had
to wait until you were grown
and working before you got a
car. Looking back, it seems
like there has always been
television and I have always
had a car, but that ain't so. I
must be getting older.
The swimming' hole was one
of the few diversions that we
had during the long hot
summers of field work. And it
was a very welcome and


Medicare

Approves

Charges
Payment of benefits under
the medical insurance part of
Medicare is based on the
approved charge, not neces-
sarily the actual charge made
.by doctors -or others who
provide covered services, Ann
'R. Kinard, Social Security'
field representative for Gulf
County, said recently.
The approved charge is the',
figure used by the insurance
carrier to determine the
amount that medical insur--'
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refreshing break. It was also
very tiring, especially when
we had to return to work after
we arrived home after a few
hours of splashing fun.
Sandy-Landy was our fa-
vorite swimming' hole. There
were others but none of them
offered the diverse accomoda-
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There was a shallow place for
young kids and much deeper
places for the older, experi-


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PAGE THREE


them as the youngest and oldest father,
onord O respectively at Bay St. Joseph Care Center at
i'' Ia Father's Day party Friday afternoon.
F, athter h La Making the presentation is Mrs. Dolly Brant.
S. Both men are 89 years old, but Sculley is a
Othel Sculley, left and Charlie Morris, couple of months younger than Morris.
center, were presented with gifts recognizing -Star photo


S2Youth Accepted As


Distinquished Students


Mrs. Beverly Rich has an-
nounced that 42 students from
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.. High
School have been accepted for
mniehership in-The Society of
Distinguished American High
SdhoollStudents. Founded" in
1968,'The Society has honored
pome of the most outstanding
high school students in the
'" nation.
To qualify for Society mem-
bership, a nominee must excel
in 'academics, extracurricu-
lar, or civic activities and be
S. nominated by a local sponsor.
Ofce accepted for this select
honor, members become eligi-
ble- to compete for college
.scholarships through Tife So-
city's'. National Awards Pro:
gram. This year 118 colleges
and universities have ear-
marked scholarship funds for
Society members. "


* .Students from Port St. Joe
Jr-Sr. High School awarded
membership are:. Marty Neel,
.Towan Peters, Tanya Pippin,
Michael- Bouington, Jim
Brown, Latricia Allen, Rebec-
- ca Baterman, Jerehy Bridges,
Pam Norris, .Cassandra
Thomas, Cynthia Rogers, Ki&"
Dupree, Stacey Henderson,
Melissa Wood, Staci Angerer,
Randy Haddock, Patrick Mc-
Farland, RobertLTaylor, De-
borah Bealdy,'Marcia Stouta-
mire, Mitchell Burke, Rhondaj
Kemp, Lisa Whpley; Alisa-
Batson, Stacey Creel, Jeanet-
te:' Lawder, Brandy Wood,
Vicki Barlow, Trish Tapper,
Tracy Hill, Julie Allen, Apgel
Barbee, Karen Blolden, Mitch
. Bouington,. David, Bragdon,
Steve Kerigan, Hope Lane,
Reed McFarland, Annete Min-
ger, Kyle Pippin, Letha Rice,


and Paula Ward.
* The Society has also pre-
sented a National Apprecia,
tion Award to Mrs. Beverly
Rich, the student's sponsor.
This award was made "in
acknowledgement of untiring
efforts and steadfast dedica-
tion on behalf of the students
from Port St. Joe."
To preserve the honor, these
members' names arid their
biographical accomplish-
ments will be listed in the
Society's 1983 Membership
Registry.


The firstr crossword puz-
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Park Approved
Hale said Mexico Beach claiming it will de-value their
plans to put public rest room property and could become a
and picnic facilities oh the noisy nuisance.
property. "The biggest thing Mayor Hale said, "If you
is that it will give public live right on Highway 98, you
access to the beach". This is can't get it much noisier than
fast disappearing, that."
Mayor Hale said, "Almost The Beach community has
everyone wants a park at received support from Bay
Mexico Beach but everyone Coumity, who has made the
wants it somewhere except property available and has
close to rniy house. *I' can formally made the request
understand that, but the only from the State for the grant to
land available happens to be pay for the improvements to
in this location." the property.
Hale and Mexico Beach Mexico Beach's responsibil-
have met with opposition from ity will begin when the park
residents who live within a is built with providing water,
block of the proposed park, control and clean-up services.


:Defense Course


'. or Women

The Gulf Rifle Club will hold will be awarded to the top
a self defense course at the shooters..
Range on Highway 71 for
-,Ladies;'., s'i; 4'"' S _
The course wil be held. on
two Saturday mornings. Safe-
ty of firearms, cleaning and
firing of the pistol .!ill be A* 1 id
included. Each student will be. A IO .S 1
required to bring a pistol and
100 rounds of ammo'for the Bill Gunter, State Ipsurance
pistol. Conmimissi6ier, has announced
All ladies interested call. 'that 1527 people contacted the
Bob Simmons at2296390, John Panama Cit. Service. Office
Fadio at 229-8421, at the during the month of May.
beaches call Lynn Ambrose at The Service Office assisted
648-5839. in the' recovery of $95,841.00
The nionthly pistol silhouet- which was returned to policy
te shoot will lbe held at 9:30 holders.
a.m. on Saturday,. June 25th.
All pistol shooters are invited Citizens with questions and
to come out and try their hand complaints about insurance
at these metal targets. The can receive assistance by
public is invited and a trophy calling 904-763-4601 in Panama.
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OBITUARY.

H.F. Ayers Dies

In Amrizona
H. F. Ayers of Scotsdale,
Arizona, formerly of Port St.
Joe, died Sunday, June 9 in
Scotsdale.
Ayers was a former resident
of Gulf County and was
affiliated with the Gulf County
School system for a' number of
years.

Error On

Honor Roll

Corrected
In the recently published
Honor Roll for- Port St. Joe
Junior-Senior High School, the
following correction has been
received from Edwin G. Willi-
ams, Prinmipal:
Receiving ALL A's for the
Second Semester, and the
Year's Avrage was Marty
Neel.


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City. The uotce is located at
231 East 4th Street and
provides service for Bay,
Gulf, Franklin and Walton
Counties.
Additionally, a representa-
tive of Commissioner Gunter's
staff visits Walton, Gulf and
Franklin Counties every
month. A schedule of the
Representative can be obtain-
ed, from the County Judge's
Office in these respective
counties.


If you have an accident it
paystohave agoodfriend,
Accidents do happen. And emergency medical treatment does
caisi money Hul .iber.y National can help Thai's wbal GoodFriends are fo
Ask your I liberty. national ageni about the increased benefits
of nur Hospital Accident Policy Now you can receive up to $10 a day if
oijur accident puts you in the hospital And outpatient treatment in a hospital
e-merRnc room. clinic or physician's office is also covered.
The Hospal Acidet Poli cy from
I ]hen\ Nalional pays in addition to Workmen's
Crmpenantion or oiher insurance
So alktoyourGood SU
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We can't percent an accident. but we v
can help pay the bills
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THSDAY, JUNE 23, 193 Bob Jones Chosen As


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TSU 'GreekTOf The Year'


From the field of approxi-
mately 500 fraternity men at
Troy State University, Bob
Jones was recently chosen as
"Greek of thelYear" for the
1982-83 school year. The award
was presented to him at the
annual Miss Venus Pageant on
April 12th'at Troy's campus.
Bob is a member of Sigma
Pi fraternity and-has served
his fraternity in the capacity
of Historian, Secretary, and
President. His brothers have
also chosen him for the "Mr,
Sigma Pi" award three differ-
ent times. He' is currently
serving as Secretary for the
Inter-Fraternity Council
which is the governing body of
all fraternity activities at
Troy State.


Family Reunion
"' The seventh annual Glisson
Family Reunion for 1983 will
be held on Saturday, July 2nd
at Sunland Center located at
Marianna. All relatives and
friends are invited to attend.
SEach family is asked to
bring. 'your choice of vege-
table, salad, dessert or bread.
'A variety of meats: will be
'-t-rgished. Table covers, cups,
jdates, napkins, forks, spoons,
Ves as.well as ice and tea
F also be furnished. Due to
namilles traveling a distance
attend, lunch will not be
erved until 2:00 CDT.

CARD OF THANKS
.J. We appreciate and- wish to
hanmk all our relatives and
I.ends for the kind words of
E pathy, love and concern,
d and flowers, cards and
lephone calls, and personal
S sits during the recent illness
: nd loss of our loved one.
S special thanks to: Jr.
;,jShop E. D. Dixon & The
'fompson Temple Church
miy; Members of The
.jment Brothers Club;
s. and Mrs. Taylor Jenkins;
Mrs. Corine Daniels; Mr. and
BMr Eddie Harris E Family;
.DIis;Cl n;.Mr.4ohn '
F- Yo, asis tanwce was invalu-


Mr. and Mrs. Henry B.
Raiford are pleased to an-
nounce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter Patricia Ann Rai-
ford, to Mark Anthony Mork,
son .of Mr. and Mrs, Thomas
R. Mork.
' 3Patty. Is a 1982 high honor
graduate jbf Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High' School, and is
attending Gulf* Coast Com-
munity" College. .She is em-
ployed by .the' Naval Coastal
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Systems Center in Panama
City.
Mark is also a 1982 graduate
of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School, and is employed by
Domestic Cleaners, Inc. of
Panama City.
SThe weddingg is planned for
August 12, at 7 p.m. at the
First' Pentecostal Holiness
Church'" t Port St. Joe. A'
reception will follow immedi-
ately. Allfriends and relatives
are invited'to attend.


Standing, left, Mrs. Garrell Cela Noah, Jr., mother of the
groom-elect, Mils Land, the honoree, seated; and Mrs. Mar-
vin Land, her '.iother.


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229-6514o 229-6103
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Bob is a senior and will
graduate from Troy State in
,November with a Bachelors
Degree of Marketing. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Troy W.
Jones, Sr. of Port St. Joe.

" Final Wedding

Plans Told
Final wedding plans are
announced for Judy Hendrix
arid Lee Brannon. The 'wed-
-ding will be Saturday, June 25
at 5:00 p.m. at the Long
Avenue Baptist Church.
All friends are invited to
attend the wedding and recep-
tion to follow at the bride's
home.


Shower Honoree

Kim Dupree, second from left, is being her mother, Mrs. Mamie .Ha
served a cup- of punch by ,her future groom-elect's grandmother,
mother-in-law at a shower last Thursday Montgomery and Mrs. John Si
evening in the social hall of the Long Avenue the punch.
Baptist Church. Shown with Miss Dupree are

Coffee Honors August
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Bride-elect,


Vicki Dianne Land, the
charming bride-elect of Alston.
Martin Noah, celebrated her
approaching marriage with a
host of friends at a coffee'
given Saturday, June 18, at the
St. Joseph Drive home of Mrs.
Tom Ford.
'Guests were greeted at the
picturesque home by Mrs.
Ford and the honoree, Vicki,,
and by her mother, Mrs.
Marvin -Land and Alston's
mother, Mrs. Garrell Cela
Noah, Jr., from Selma, Ala-
bama.
Mrs. Fletcher C. Patterson,


Adult School Offering


Diplomas At No Cost


LINDA AND TONY

To Wed


Mr. and Mrs. Lucious Rush-


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






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ing of Port Saint Joe are proud.
to announce the engagemeftt
and approaching marriage of
their daughter, Linda Jean, to
Anthony: Waylon Graham,
son of Mr. and Mrs.W aylon
Graham of Poit Saint Joe.
The prospective bride is a
1978 graduate of' Port Saiht
Joe Highf Schoolh She attended
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege, and in 1980 she received
an Associate of Science degree
in Dental Assisting. Linda is
also a 1982 graduate of Pensa-
cola Junror College from
which she received an Associ-
ate of Science degree'. in
Dental Hygiene. Linda is
presently employed as a den-
tal hygienist with Doctor
Louis James Atkins in Blo-
untstown.
'The future bridegroom is a
1976 graduate of Port Saint
Joe High School. He is a 1980
graduate of Gulf Coast Com-'
munity College from which he
received an Associate of Arts 4
degree. Anthony continued his
education at The University of
West Florida and.in May of 1
1983 graduated with a Bache-
lor -of Science degree in: t
Management. He is presently
employed with -Saint Joe


One of the best bargains in Gulf County is offered by. the

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3\Aon Recipes
From
The Florida Watermelon Association
Watermelon Boat Great Fbr Parties
Cut watermelon lengthwise. Cut edge of melon in saw-tooth
designwith sharp knife. Scoop out center with melon-ball
scoop, leaving about an inch of the.watermelon fruit intact.
Fill the watermelon half with all the prepared melon balls.
Decorate with strawberries and mint. Wrap in plastic wrap
or foil. Chill.
:Melon Kabobs
Skewer watermelon wedges between diced cantaloupe,
seedless grapes, cubed apples, and orange sections. Chill.
Serve with poppyseed dressing.
SWatermelon Pie
1 large box Mixed-fruit Jello C. water
.1 Ige. size non-dairy whipped 2 C. watermelon balls
: topping Graham cracker crust
Fold together jello, water and non-dairy whipped topping.'
Fold in watermelon balls. Place mixture into graham
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Paper Company, but will be .
attending Samford Univer-
sity's Cumberland School of.
Law in the fall.
The ceremony will be held
on Saturday, August 13, 6:00
p.m. EST at Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church in
PotSaint Joe. All friends and
relati-ves are invited to attend
the wedding, and the reception
which will follow in the church
social hall.


Gulf County Adult Institute.
What is it? A chance to
complete studies for a high
school diploma at No Cost in
money to the person going to.
school. .
A high school diploma is one
of the basic, main steps in
opening doors to further ad-
vancement in work and per-
sonal pleasure.
The Gulf County Adult Insti-
tute is located behind the Port'
St. Joe High School Auto
Mechanics building. -
The summer schedule is M,
T,. W, Th, 7:45 a.m. to 4:30
p.m., afternoon classes 6:00
p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
School personnel will be
glad to answer any questions
concerning the adult school.
Come by or call 227-1744.
The Gulf County Adult
School is an equal opportunity
employer and does not discri-
minate on the basis of race,
color, national origin or sex.


Jr. attended t
the stately fo;
The lovely
fashionably at
pink silk midr
at the waist
by a softly ga
which conclu
feminine tuck
A silk corsige
hostesses, coi
attire.
Vicki recei'
cher, beautiful
a unique flut
the hostesses
the occasion.
The appoint
ing table in th
dining area o
was exquisite
array of delic


Central to t
iwas an orna
and tea sevii
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per, left, the
Mrs. Fannie
ealey, serving
-Star photo


Vicki Land

he guest book in Mrs. Joe Fortner, Mrs. Jim
yer of the home. Cox and Mrs. Quin Lowrey.
bride-elect was A large crystal bowl of
ttired in a pastel succulent fruit piqued the
riff dress, sashed appetites of the guests at the
and accentuated beckoning of hostesses Mrs.
withered full skirt Margaret Moore, Mrs. Nor-,
ided in rows of bert Schweikert, Mrs. Ernest
s at the hemline. Lowery, Jr., and Mrs. Everett
i, h gift from the Owens.
implemented her Large bouquets of delicate
roses from the gardens of Mr.
ved a silver pit- and Mrs. Ernest Hendricks
illy enhanced by adorned the serving table and
ed design, from complemented other points of
as a memento of visual interest in .the home's
antique decor. .
ted antique serv- Mrs. Henry Chason, Mrs.
ie elegant formal Phillip Lewis, Mrs. Folsom'
f the Ford home Maxwell, Mrs. Guerry Melton, '
ly laden with an Mrs. Bob Phillips and Mrs.
cacies. Charles Smith were also hos-
the serving table tesses. Vicki's wedding will be
te silver coffee a..,n event of-August- 20 at the
e. p oeidedo Ce'e. First -United ., Metlodist.
Mrs. Jim Boykin, Church in Port St. Joe.


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juit completed the eighth
grade at Faith Christian
chool, has been selected-to
participate in the 1983 Talent
Identification Summer Resi-
dential Program for Verbally
and Mathematically Precoci-
ous Youth at Duke University.
He is one of 550 junior-high-
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Silver Anniversary
Mr. ,and Mrs. Olen Roney rounded out the party table.
were- honored with .a Siler The guest -table featured 25
Anniversary party at Beach long-stemnfd red silk roses
Baptist Chapel on Saturday, matching' the corsage and
June 11. boutodnnire'.Jiven to the ho
blqp and Carolyn were nored couple. A-lovely, Silvei
it, appropriately attired in their Anniversary Keepsake Album
original wedding outfits. Polo- with their wedding picture of
roid pictures were taken and 25 years ago poi the cover was
enjoyed as family and friends a gift of the hostesses,' Mrs.
visited during the party hours. Marilyn Bailey, Mrs. Ruth
The party table, decorated Dannally, and Mrs.; Peggy
with magnolia leaves and Schweikert.: .
cedar boughs on lace cloths Out of town guests included
featured the double tier wed- Mrs. J. D. Clark from Milton;
'.ding cake, baked arid de- 'Mrs. Pat Barfield and daugh-
'"torated by Mrs. Peggy Sch- ter, Starta, andMr.'and Mrs.
-wveikert. It was topped with Olen'Barfield of Graceville;
lovebirds under a flower arch Mr. BUillSchl ield, Cham and
:and silver numerals 25. Lime Amy 'df1'.Bloxi, Miss.; and
sherbert punch, nuts, mints, Mrs. Eugene Suggs of Pana-
.dips and chips, and crackers ma City.

. WewaElementar


Lists Honor Roll


, Wewahitchka Elementary
School announces the Honor
'Roll for the sixth six weeks
grading period.
ALLA's
*" First grade: Kelly Cunning-
ham, Shebretia Daniels, Ca-
thy Tremain, Tammy Davis,
Rebecca Weeks, Heather
Goodwin, Jerry Holyfield,
Anmy Rich, Daniel Tatinton,
Madini Castleberry, Jeremy
Pridgeon.
Second grade: Amy Davila,
Joy Davis, Misty Garret, Casi
Liridsey.
Third grade: Chad Flowers,
Holly Herring, Kelly Nations,
Monica Weeks, Angela Good-
rich, Kimberly Burns, Pam
'Smith, Jason Miller.
Fourth grade: Brandie
Armstrong, Matthew Birm-
ingham, Katrina Nunnery,
Michele Owens, Javon Scott,
Heather Whitfield.

Roy Wilsons to
Celebrate 50th
'The children of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy, Wilson of Beacon
Hill will host a reception in
their honor Saturday after-
noon at 2 p.m., in honor of
their golden wedding anniver-
sary.
The reception, a buffet
luncheon, will be held atthe
Holiday Inn in Panama City.


JASON LEE
Graduates From
Kindergarten
Jason Dewright Lee recent-
ly graduated with honors from
Kindergarten at .Mitchell
County -Elementary School,
Camilla, Georgia.
Jason's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. David Lee of Camilla.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Lee of Camilla, and
'Joyce Taylor of Port St. Joe,
and Bobby Taylor of apalachi-
cola.


Fifth grade: Mandy Cldy-
r ton:.,
Sixth grade: Patti Mathes,
Aimee Lister, Sonjia Wil-
liams.
s- .ALLA'sandB's
A First grade:. Kyra Ake,
Adam Alderman, Manri Good-
r rich, Jeff. Holmes, Connie
Lanier, Jereiny Nunnery, Cin-
dy.. Pickon, Beau Whitfield,
Lillie6 Armstrong, Ursula
Brown, Kimbejy Jones, Me-
linda/Peirson,4.K'elvin willl-
i ams, Terry Addison.
Second grade: Teresa Cain,
, Jason Flowers, Michelle'Kel-
ly, Anthony Lee, Chuck Jack-
son, Bed Linton, Kevin Mar-
i tin, Janice Mincy, Amy Strick-
land,' Carri, Redmon, Lisa
Scott, Cherry Sirmons, Chris
* Slater, Brandy'Beatty, Thbre-
sa Dietz, Allen GaskiSftacy
all, Heather McLenmbre, 6-
nia Spicer, Melanie Stephens,
Jennifer Terry, Darrell Vann,
Jeffery Sizemore, Robert An-
derson.' -
Third grade: Denny Mc-

GIon, Verna Cain, Vicki Ro-
berts, Jacque Smith, Stacie
* McGill, Marcy Holyfield, Mit-
ch Yarrell, Justin Wilson4 Sig
Muina,' Eric ,Gaskin, Allen
Linton, Michael McCorvey,
Arlin Odom, Devon Avrigian,
Kye Bidwell, Marie Causey,
Danielle Gillis, Philip, Ggod-
win, Matthew.Greene, Cindy
Griffin, Emory Horne, Christy
Nunery, Shawn Scott..
Fourth grade: Sandra
Holmes, Shelia Bishop, Deana
Atkinson, Stephanie Broome,
Ivey Crutchfield, Tommy Gai-
nous, Paches Johnson, Regina
Melvin, Shawn McDaniel,
Sharlet Williams, Holly Hays,
Bonnie Parker, Amy Wal-
dorff.
Fifth grade:'Shelly Adkins,
Sherry Burns, Alice Causey,
Daivd Smith, Damon Alexan-
der, Eric Hollopeter, Michael
Murphy, Tracy Nations, Rita
Stanley, Joanna Causey, De-
Ann Griffin, Jennifer Groom,
Amy Linton, Darryl Lister,
David Rich, Michelle Roberts.
Sixth grade: Rena Baker,
Jaui: Muina, Sherry Glass,
Angelia Addison, Shea Carter,
Gary Hartley, Aaron Alder-
man, Michael Grahl, Carolyn
Jones, Melissa Laurimore,
Mary Peace, Richard Arm-
strong, Pearl Fisher, Patricia
SFowler, Linda Mayhandi, Se-
brina McGill, Tony Muina,
Beranda .Myers, Byron Ste-
wart, Rhonda Sizemore.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1983


eligibility is, determined 'by. meets fivesix hours per day
SAT scores., Monday-Friday .and three
O f. h6urs on Saturday. Typical,
The gQal of the three-week elass size is 15-20 students.
course'is to provide an oppor- Participants are supervised
tunity for brilliant youths to" outside of class by carefully
study thallenging'matrial at selected resident advisors, as
an appropriate pace while still 'they participate in a number
allowing them time td~bewith of social, recreational and
12-15 year'old fellow students. academic activities.
Students enroll in one inten- iHoward's course of study.
sive, fast-paced course which will be Precalculus Mathema-
tics. The classes 'will .be
:" covering material, (Algebra I,
Algebra II, Plane Geometry,
College Algebra, Trigonome-
try, and Analytic Geometry),
in the sequence of courses
used by each student's school
system'. The goal for each
j ti ,participant is to complete as
S, much Piecalculus as is feasi-
ble without sacrificing tho-
.0roughness. It is expected that''
students wi complete at least
one course, during the three
weeks. Inquiries concerning.
this-program may be directed
to Dr. Robert Sawyer, TIP
Precollege Program, Duke
University, Durham, North


Learning .Center ,held' its 1983 graduation
exercises on June I at 7:00 p.m., at the
Washington Recreation Center. Open house
was held in the Day Care Center following the
exercises. The graduation class is shown in


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FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
22nd street Mexico Bch B
CHARLES M. PARKER, Minister
WORSHIPSERVICE ..... ...... 9:00A.M.,C.S.T.
CHURCH SCHOOL ................ 10:0OA.M,C .S.T.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ... 6:00 P.M., C.S.T.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


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THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1983 (


S.The e location. charted ,
Sn F lorida scan be f
ig. the 1 e. "Florida's.
Gharted Sa after Fishine
Holes." InchWed for each r
Shole is T location of 500 charterd
5,d Inshore end offshore ftshLe,
b in the 1-paslet Florida' s
',,... Ohrted Satrwater Fishn' "


:. i baits andlures touse. Plea
allow 4 to 6 weeks tor
delivery.1 e mit r -'5W p.
S: arts, PO. Bo 5317, Ta .
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see well, at'.dta not

ie.p- They live ecdifflaulty .
p-assid eye examinations for
'drivers liceas es; -so t far-u r an r
elghted children passiftheyge Dunked For Cancer
' :- test. at,sphool. They assume ,
that it Is natural,. however to .Sheriepatment Invesigator. Phil McLeod, starts
S, struggle through the. Ie otn hs doyueward plunge na a tank of water as he is dunked for
S seein tasks which auy a c' er qd Saturday' morning. McLeod and. Deputy .
bo parto thI busya Je avill took: tours tanning the dunking booth where
1' At the enL of the GdAy, they, a c t,.en*,could get bree chances to dunk them for a
are often exhausted r.m ye -dqar. d nations to the Cancer Drive. -h-Staur photo.

citing television,- and rarely.,,- '.'. .. ..

because it is not,a; pe asurable 'oe r --

g;- Even if you .th .K you see 1 "a se
Swell, yop should. have ,our 1,05U0,000 A resiOf Pr ies
Ieys examiid if'- -'
I ou et, tired atr
a1, You get T tired after j,~,oe Paper Company The company has adopted a
reading for a :sort-plodb a, i acres in their ciear-cut program, for. har-
i YOu r i.. o e, .tree growling.. operation; vesting wood. An area to be
S.'2. Jim DoIter W I mp ny foreYou harvested i s cut clean of' all
-whedoo5gsevsual tasks. ,t .'tola the ,, iwanis .Club trees -and the land prepared.
You cose yo eyes fre tuesday. The company, owns and re-planted in pines within
qu en. E'-.E ptio forests In area stretch- a year to 18 months after
4. Readi.0gor h lib g from: T#lahassee to.Pa- cutting.
maMr.. am City a soth to Port St. "Harvesting and re-planting
S5. -You ld ,a ok or m 'Joe, as "well as some-0o,000 is very machine oriented",
than18Ine wea u as in-Georgia. Doster told the Kiwanians.
to achieve v '!The plaps;of the company "There are those who .still
PrentedsA get-' tion where -harvest .pulpwood by- man-
Public Serviceby they can grow all the wood power and planting of some
l.they M use", -Doster tld the areas to pine seedlings is done
DR.-WESLEY GRACE club. "by hand, but most of the
,OP .ETRIST Tp.n.meet this goal, the harvesting and planting is
LlJ' 322.Li5g Avei company operates a large done by heavy, specialized
Prt Joe, Ftida .ne nur y t Capps t machines," the speaker said.
...41 h heedlii -fortheir L' The pine planting season
Sil.'lion-plus a starts in December and runs
A' ."- -" "-hd. JDC.. .u throughh February, with the
I' '.remainder of the year spent in
CH U RC s .. o .f" a site preparation.
C HURC: of CHRIPST
.Twentieth Street anid Marvin 'venue Public Notices
SUNDAY SCHOOL 00. ... .... 1.0 The City of Port St Joe requests bids
SMOINING WORSIP. .. ,. :00 A.M. on th application of stucco to the ex-
S e.rlor of the Centennial Building located
Specifications may De obtained from the
WEDNFSDAY EVENING F C:00 P.M. City Clark' Office, City Hall. P. O. Box A,
S ,J '.' --" ,. i Pon St. Joe. Florida 32456. Bid opening
will be held at the Regular City Commis-
go agg;I I lsIUlInill gII eIII.'IIIN A salon Meeting on July 5. 1983
.. "-" CITY OF PORT ST JOE
I .I L A Farris. City AuditoriClerk

SNEW BETHEL
Afri Me o tIN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
AfricanMethodist Eiscopal rch JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
5.' -*' ,& 1 ,,FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 83-82
;146 Avenue C Phone ?27.1213 JIM WALTER HOMES. INC.,
Rev. James W. WilliamenPasor t' a Florida corporation.
Plaintiff.
.. .. ....... ... pag0 53. J E Arve. E n EC RS
SUNDAY SCHOOL .- 9:30 A.M. JAME AA. McGEE and GULF TEACHERS
MORNING WORSHIP 1,1'00 A.M. FEDERAL CREDIT UNION.
EVENING WORSHIP ........ ...... 6:00 P.M NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
Y E G SALE
'God Our Father. Christ Our Redeemer. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Man Our Brother" Notice onal Judgment o oreclosure dated te
I10h any ol June. 1083. and elrrered in
-. : Case No 83-82 oa the Circuit Courl of te
HIG HL AND 14th Judicial Circuit, in and for Gull
a ,,- County. Florida. in the above style
Gal5:2.-23 H, cause. t will sail lotte highest and beat
Gull Counly Courthouse in Port St. Joe.
+ + CH GFlorida. at 11.00 am, on the 111n day oa


O 1 Lol Twenty One 121). Block One
: TEMPERANCE 6 "Where Jesus Clirist's King Thousand Twenty One 11021).
,- .- Miliview Addition to the City of Port
& God's Love Is An st. Joe. Florida. Unit Number 3 ac-
Everflowing Fountaih" cording to'pat tnereof In Fiat Book 2.
9 SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A M Dated this 15tn day of June, 1983
GOODNESS MORNING WORSHIP .1 00 A M CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT.
EVENING WORSHIP .. 6"00 P.M By. Isl Tonya Knox. Deputy Clerk
WEDNESDAY EVENING 700 P M (SEAL) 215r23
NOTICE
Pastor Ira J. Nichols NOriCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
-* .Board at County CommIssIoners of Gulf
C l l .l l .-l s ne ullr melingl onf


First .


Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth,Stree( and Forrest Pars .Avenue
'." Phone 2:7-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .1..... 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS .......... 11:00A.M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday 7<00-7:45

Welcome to Everyone

JOHN.M. STUART, Pastor .,
Phone 229-6857


M county. or, a. ,, gul. .. ..w '
July 26. 1983. at 700 P.M.. ED T., in the
County Commissioners Room in the Gulf
County Courthouse. Port 51 Joe Florida.
- will consider the adoption of an or
finance withtrthe Iollowing lille
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR
THE ACCEPTANCE OF STREETS.
DITCHES AND OTHER THOROUGH.
FARES OVER OR THROUGH LAND
NOT PART OF A RECORDED SUB. "
DIVISION. PROVIDING AN EFcEC-
TIVE DATE. AND REPEALING OR-
DINANCE NO 83-3 AND ANY OTHER
ORDINANCE IN CONFLICT
THEREWITH
A copy of this Ordinance is on lile In
the police of the Clerk ol Ciiculr Court of
Gulf County. Florida
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
-GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
e'//. Billy Branch, Chairman -
Attest: /Is Jerry Gates, Clerk
: 2t6123


Congressman

Don Fuqua

SReports


K -.:


Though we are still several I
weeks from complete tabulation ,
of my.-annual questionnaire -
indeed some completed ques-
tionnaires are still beihg receiv-
ed in the mail it is already '
quite apparent that education is ,
one of the great concerns of the
people of the Second Qistrict of
Florida.-'
Education, of course, has
been one of my top priorities for
the past several years when I
sponsored, as Chairman of the
Committee on Science and
Technology, legislation to
stimulate greater 'emphasis on
math and science education 'in
'our schools through a series of
both government and private in-
centives to school districts,
teachers, and those pursuing
teaching degrees in these
subjects.
In answering a question as
to whether the federal commit-
ment to.education should be in-


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creased, decreased, or remain
the same, a large, majority-of
-.sampled questionnaires in-
dicates ithe respondents feel the
U.S. should increase its aid to
education.: r
The voluntary comments on
this issue illustrate the depth of
feeling among constituents of
the Second District on the
education issue. :
A man in Lake City wrote
that "I see too many kids 18 and
19 years old who can't read or
write, lei alone hold down any
job other than manual labor."
From Tallahasse a consti-
tuent writes: "Declare war on
scientific and mathematics il-
leteracy in schools "
From Madison a correspon-
dent writes that "Good teachers
should be rewarded and poor
teachers replaced or sent back
to school we have entirely
to many social promotions in
our schools."


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A respondent from Marian- Public I
na declares "the federal govern-, ; .
ment should show a strong in- NOTICETO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
terest in education'. ..a'strong4.'. The Board of County Commissioners of.
education is a very important Gulf County will receive sealed bids from
of a nation." ny.person, company, or corporation in-
part a naion. terested in selling the County the follow-
-Developments in science I ngdescribed personal property: -
"Developments in science -SUPER 25i0 CUMMINS ENGINE
and technology cannot be ac- ..
complished without correspo i- our military are extremely aware
ding developments in educa- that we are approaching a
tion," writes a constituent from- .technological gap, where our
Sopchoppy. leadership in'the hundreds, of
And an Altha couple writes high technology industries of
that "We. both feel the educa-,. the future could be lost to more
tion of our children has not been aggressive nations with a com-
upgraded enough. Many mitment to their education
teachers are not qualified or systems.
motivated enough to teach. I'intend to continue doing all
Also, school curriculums have; in my power to make sure the
been too easy." United States does not sink in-
As this article is written, the to the educational inferiority
Florida legislature is still strug- which 'would allow that to
gling with the question of -happen.' '
upgrading our public school
system and may have resolved "
some of ithe critical issues of
funding and philosophy before
publication of the article.
Through my own ex-
perience in listening to.
testimony from industrial,
academic and military. leaders in
our nation before the Commit-
tee of Science and Technology
I am firmly, convinced that the
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Notices
OVERHAUL- See attached list.
Bid shall specify individual item
costs and total bid cost.
Gulf County Mosquito Control,
reserves the right not to purchase
part Items marked "If defective" un-
less, during the overhpul.the parts '
are proven .defective. A guarantee'
shall be given on engine and work.
mnathlp.", Stated Items are
minimum requirements, all other var.
:. lances must be stated In writing on
bid sheet.
Bid shall be good for 90 days from
bid closing date,
Guarantee shall-be for six months.:
Bids will be received until 9:00Do'clock
A.M., E.D.T., July 12,1983, at the'offloeof
the Clerk of Circuit Court, 1000 Fifth
Street, Port St. Joe, FL 32456. The Board
-reserves the right to reject any and'all
- bids:
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
W. R. "Billy" Branch, Chairman '
2t6/23


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Board of County

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The Board of County Com-
mission of Gulf County, Flori-
dd met May 24, 1983 in regular
session with the following
members present: Chairman
Billy Branch, Everett Owens,
Jr., Jimmy 0. Gortman, Doug
Birmingham, and Eldridge
Money. Also present "were:
Sheriff Ken Murphy, Mosuito
.Control Director Doug Kent,
-and Clerk Jerry Gates;
':: The meeting came' to order
Sr iat 7:00 pn.m.-
Comm. Money opened the
meeting with prayer and led
th pledge of allegiance to the
The Chairman stated the
first order of business would
: :be a public hearing, duly
i advertised, to consider the
Adoption of an ordinance
increasing the assessment for
S;Law Enforcement dedication.
After public comment, Comm.
Birmingham moved the Board
adopt Ordinance Number 83-4.
Comip Gortman seconded the
:motion and it passed unani-
: mously. The Ordinance asses-
ses in criminal proceedings, in
addition to all other costs, an
Additional $1.00 to be used for
Law Enforcement education
: and training, and provides an


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Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
S SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... .9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ............. 6:30 P.M.
MIDI-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7-30P.M.
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- effective date.
Wayne Childers, Betty Mc-
Neill, and Ida Ethel Browne,
representing the St. Joseph
Historical Society, appeared
before the Board to offer their
assistance in helping the
Board, obtain surplus federal
property at Dead Man's Curve
and Beacon Hill. At the
suggestion of Comm. Owens,
the Chairman appointed
Comm. Money to work with
the St. Joseph Historical So-
ciety in coordinating and
furthering efforts already un-
derway by the County Com-
mission to obtain the property.
Mike Templeton and Way-
Ion Graham, representing Syl-
vachem Corporation, appear-
ed before the Board to request
-the support of the Commission
in working out a plan to
dispose of industrial sludge at
the Buckhorn Landfill sit6.
The Board requested Sylva-
chem officials continue to
work with the Department of
Environmental Resources
and Landfill Director Doug
Kent in developing this plan.
Chairman Branch also re.
quested Sylvachem bear the
additional costs involved in
the disposal of this by-product.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1983


Pocket Testament

Reps At Faith Bible


Sylvachem Plant Manager
Templeton agreed to this
suggestion.
Roy Smith and Frank Grad-
dy, Jr., representing County
insurance agents, appeared
before the Board to request
the Commission petition the
State Insurance Commission-
er for a public hearing' to
determine if Gulf County is
eligible to join. the Florida
Windstorm Underwriters. As-
sociation pool for coastal
counties which would make
windstofm coverage available
to county residents. Comm.
Birmingham moved the Board
request the public hearing.
Comm. Gortman seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously. Mr. Smith agreed to'
furnish the information need-
ed by; the Commission to
petition for the hearing.
Mrs. Maxine Gant, and a
committee of concerned citi-
zens, appeared before the
Board to discuss recent ap-
pointments to the newly form-
ed eight county job-training
consortium which is a replace-
ment for the CETA program.
SMrs. Gant stated the commit-
tee felt the four appointees
were very capable, but their
concern was that neither a
woman or a member of a
minority group had been
appointed. The Chairman
stated those two groups had
nqti'been deliberately omitted,
th't recommendations' had
been made by education,
business, and labor organiza-
tions in the county. The Board
agreed to work with the
committee in the future to
alloww their input into appoint-
ments such as these.
-Bil Schlickman, on behalf
of the veterans of' Foreign
Wars, John C. Gainous 'Post
Home No. 10069, invited the
Board to the dedication of the
new post home at 11:00 a.m.
EST, Saturday, June 18.
Bill Schlickman, owner, Ski
Breeze Camp Sites, told the
Board that he would like to
complain about families
camping on the stretch of
ch between the Coast
Guard Station and the State
Park. He stated that he ran a
business for campers and
people were camping for
nothing along the beach with-
out restroom' facilities and
placesto dump'their trash. He
requested the County put up
no-camping signs and prohibit
driving on the leachh. Edward
J. Knight, owner, Cape San
Blas Camping Resort, expres-
sed the same. concerns and
requests to the Board. The
.Board agreed 'to place no-
.. caping .signs. on.pubic .pro-
perty at the beach'with the
understanding the Board has
no authority to prevent camp-
ing on the private property mi
the area.


Edward J. Knight, owner,
Cape San Bias Camping Re-
sort, requested the Board
consider adopting a zoning
ordinance in the beaches area
to: stop uncontrolled develop-
ment. The Board took no
action on this request.
Evan Williams, Beaches
Fire Department, invited the
Board and the public to attend
the dedication of the Beaches
Fire Station on Saturday, June
4th at 2:00 p.mr The Board
approved the plaque prepared
by Architect Charles A. Gask-
in, to be installed at the'
station.
Comm. Birmingham pre-
sented to the Sheriff, for
approval by the Department
of Corrections, plans for the
fire alarm system, audio
system, and egress doors for
the jail as prepared by Archi-
tect Charles A. Gaskin. '
Sheriff Murphy reported
that he attended a meeting
where State Attorney Jim
Appleman disclosed the tem-
porary appointment of Dr.
William A. Sybert as Medical
Examiner for the 14th Judicial
Circuit. Chairman Branch re-
ported that County Health
Director, Dr., Herbert I. Gar-
field had received authoriza-
tion from the State of Florida
to assist Sheriff Murphy in this
area when needed.
Upon the request of Mos-
uito Control Director Doug
Kent, Comm. Owens moved
the Board advertise for bids to
overhaul one super 250 Cum-
mins engine, bids to be
received until 9:00 a.m., June
14. Comm. Money seconded
the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Doug Kent reported on the
conditions required for the
Board's employees to change
membership from the Tyndall
Federal Credit Union to the St.
Joe Papermakers Federal
Credit Union. The Board in-
structed Mr. Kent to investi-
gate. this further.
The Board received a prior
year refund on its worker's
compensation insurance pre-
miums for the year 10-1-81 to
11-1-82 in the amount of
$8,949.00 payable according to
the dollar amount of losses
incurred during this policy
period.
The Board received a letter
from the Florida Department
of Transportation informing
the Board that State Road 22
from Wetappo Creek to State
Road 71 in Wewahitchka was
being deleted from the State
highway system in July, 1983.
After discussion Comm.
Birmingham moved the Board
write Governor Bob Graham,
Senator Dempsey Barron,
Transportation Secretary
Paul -Pappas, Representative
James Harold Thompson, and
Senator Pat Thomas request-
ing a hearing in Gulf .County to
protest this deletion from the
State highway system. Comm.
Money seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
Chairman Branch stated he
agreed with this action but felt
the Board was using the wrong
approach since State regula-
tions mandated the transfer of
this road; that the Board
should refuse the road on the
grounds that the'resurfacing
of State Road 22 was incom-
plete in Wewahitchka from the
Post Office in Wewa to State
Road 71 and that the Wetappo
Creek Bridge needed exten-
sive repairs. Comm. Owens
then moved the Board request
the State Department of
Transportation bring the un-
paved section and the bridge
up to State standards. Comm.
Gortman seconded the mo-
tion. The minotion failed with
the following vote: Comm.
Money, Gortman, and Birm-
ingham voted no. Comm.
Branch and Owens voted yes.
E. F. (Red) Gunn, County
Building Official, notified the
Board that due to other
commitments he was resign-
ing his position as County
Building Official effective
June 1. He recommended the
Board hire DeWayne Manuel


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as the Building Official.
Comm. Owens then moved the
Board write Mr. Gunn a letter
of commendation for his dedi-
cated work as Building Offi-
cial and following the recom-
mendation of Mr. Gunn, hire
DeWayne Manuel as County
Building Official. Comm.
Gortman seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
Comm. Gortman inquired
as to the status of the flood
insurance program. The
Chairman said Attorney Rish
had assured him 'that all
Board requirements concern-
ing this program were being
taken care of.
Upon inquiry from the De-
partment of. Natural Resour-
ces, the Chairman instructed
the Clerk to notify the Depart-
ment of Natural Resources
that the present coastal con-
struction control line was
ineffective and the Board had
neither the personnel, funds,
or staff expertise to adopt and
enforce a coastal construction
control line.
' Tax Collector Eda Ruth
Taylor notified the Board that
items number 40-31- Royal
Typewriter; 40-54- AOOO-X
Adding Machine; and 40-55-
Smith-Corona Typewriter are
no longer in use and are being
removed from 'the inventory
and stored until further notice.
Also, item number 40-61- Roy-
al Typewriter has been trans-
ferred to the Wewahitchka
Ambulance Squad.
Upon motion by Comm.
Money, second by Comm.
Owens, and unanimous vote,
the Board adopted Resolution
Number 83-7, informing the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
that the Gulf County Commis-,
sion is interested in acquiring
the U.S. Corps of Engineers
property at White City.
Comm. Gortman moved the
Board write the district De-
partment of Transportation,
with copies to the State
Legislature and Cabinet, that
the State should refuse to
accept recently resurfaced
State Road 71 in its present
condition as it has already
been patched in 21-22 places
and a job such as this should
'.e investigated fully. Comm.
SMoney seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
Comm. Birmingham report-
ed that he and Road Superin-
tendent Bob Lester were hav-
ing serious problems in get-
ting the State Road 71 resur-
facing Contractor to live. up to
his agreement to restore
County Road 381 (from the
lower Dalkeith Road to the
'Pear Orchard) to the condi-,
tion it was in prior, to being
ruined by the Contractor's
heavy equipment. Chairman
Branch told Comm. Birming-
ham the Board would back
him 100 percent in having this
road restored but that first he
sheod get -with- the Depart-
ment of Transportation In-
spector to find out what their


PAGE SEVEN


late. The Smiths now reside in
Sebring,
The morning Worship Ser-
vice begins at 11:00 A.M.


648-8549


intentions were 'and contact
Attorney Rish to see what
options the Board had.
Comm. Birmingham moved
the Board advertise to 'pur-
chase one road grader as per
specifications developed by
Road Superintendent Bob Les-
ter. Bids to be accepted until
Tuesday, June 28, at 7:00 p.m.
Comm. Gortman seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously.
Chairman Branch reported
that Essex Cablevision of
Mexico Beach was running
another survey in the High-
land View area and it looked'
favorable as pertains to the
installation of Cable TV in the
area.
Chairman Branch reported
he had met with City of Port
St. Joe officials concerning the
disposal of garbage in Port St.
Joe and they had reached a
tentative 50-50 cost sharing
agreement on a transfer sta-
tion and compactor arrange-
ment. He said the equipment
would be demonstrated on
May 31 at 3:30 p.m. at the
Mosquito Control shop.
Chairman Branch reported
the Board had turned in a
no-obligation pre-application
to Farmer's Home Admini-
strator for a water system for
the St. Joe Beaches area.
Carl Terry, Overstreet Vo-
lunteer Fire Department, noti-
fied the Board that Sharon S.
Jones, Secretary-Treasurer,
was authorized to sign in-
voices for the Department.
Comm. Gortman notified
the Board all information
pertaining to the Howard
Creek Fire Department
should be addressed to Presi-
dent R. F. Maxwell Route 1
Box 150, Wewahitchka, Fl
32465.
Comm. Birmingham pre-
sented a petition from Leoni-
das Pardue and other proper-
ty owners along Azalea Drive
in Twin Lakes Subdivision
petitioning the Board to close
the road. Comm. Birmingham
then moved the Board adver-
tise for a public hearing to
consider closing the road.
Comm. Gortman seconded the
motion and it passed unani-.
mously.
S-There being- no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


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WHICH DOCTOR -
NOT "WITCH DOCTOR"
How do you recognize a quack? The health
swindler still preys heavily on our society. He
is a fraud with phoney words, eye-appealing,
enr-catching mechanical devices, mystical po-
tions and magio pills. He falsely promises he
can diagnose and cure disease.
To avoid the pitfalls of 'quackery, which
thrives on health problema 'including arthritis,
rheumatism, cancer, mental health, etc., rely
on your physician. To delay reliable medical
care may mean the difference between life and
death. With his prescriptions and diagnostile
techniques, your best chance for good health
Is your doctor.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
S pharmacy products. We consider this trust a
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
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Twelve students at Faith Christian School
qualified to win the Presidental Award in the
Youth Fitness Program. This program,
developed in 1958, is designed to assess the
fitness of boys and girls, ages 10-17, and to
motivate them to develop and maintain a high
level of physical fitness.


Win 1 OOBond


William Schlickman, Commander 'of Post
0069, VFW, "and Mrs. Maxine Robinson,
eight, president ",'of the -VFW auxiliary,
resents Mrs. Mary D. Furey of St. Louis,
1o., with a $100 savings bond. Mrs. Furey
von the bond in a contest sponsored by VFW


in the dedication of their first permanent
headquarters on First Street and Fifth
Avenue in'Highland View. The post home was
dedicated Saturday, June 18 at 11:00 a.m.

-Star photo


Highlight of His Vacation


Chuck Thaxton, 13-yeir-old of Rockmart, Ga., caught
this 20 pound drum at the docks Monday. Chuck has been
visiting relatives here for the past few days. -Star photo


Alcoholics Anonymous

Meeting On Fridays


Alchoholics Anonymous of
Port St. Joe announces a third
weekly meeting on Friday
evenings, 8 p.m. EST at St
James Episcopal Church Hall,


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TIE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. JUNE 23. 1983


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Fireworks A

The buying or selling of any
type of fireworks other than
sparklers is illegal in Florida,
and violators could be subject
to fines and prison terins,
State: Fie Marshal Bill Gun-
ter said.

Gunter warned that the
Consumer Product Safety
Commission (CPSC). will be
S conducting a surveillance pro-
'gram during the Indepen-
dence Holiday season to make
sure that the Federal Hazar-
'dous, Substances Act is not
being violated. This.act prohi-
bits the sale of certain power-
ful fireworks such. as M-80s,
M-40ls,, silver salutes, cherry,
bombs and others. Anyone
caught violating this law could
Receive a fine of up to $3,000
and-or a jail term of tip to one


Pictured above: Front row, left to right-
Brian Peiffer, Kevin Peiffer, Cody Thomas, '

Cheyenne Godfrey. Tinnie Julius, DeWanna ; : J, *
Davidson, Lee Parker, Darryl Davidson, Corer 14th Street & Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach
Robert Quarles, Chris Pate.
Rt. 3, Box 157A, Port St. Joe, Florida

S1-904/648-5767 After Hours: (904) 648-5249


MEXICO BEACH
42r.a St Sandcaslle 2 Ddrm. I ba
Cen h&a Furnished. includes
washer Owner financing
$67,500.00 .
39th St. Moonglow .;4 odrm, 2 be. 3
.!stlor'y,.3 lotsa ir'm beacon Owner
financing. $104.000 ,
341h St Dritlling Sands 4 bdrms 2
ba. 3 story Owner financing
S$104.000.00.
Circle Dr. Sandpipers No. I & 2 -3
bdrms., 2 ba. Furnished, both have
cen. h&a. $79,500 00
Walerlront Sea Breeze 3 bdrms'. I
be. Stained glass windows,
Ilreplace. hot tub with surrounding
deck. All Ine extras $175.00000
Arizona Ave 3 bdrms. 2 ba On 2
lots Free.slaridding fireplace
169 000 00
Louisiana Di NEW! 2 barm, 2 ba
Suspended balcony overlooks liv
im w fireplace. $72.500 00
15th St 2 bdrms.. 1 ba Completely
furnished, on 75'x185 lot
$38,000.00.
Circle Di 3 barm., 2 be brick nome
on 1", lots Partially furnianed.
close to beacnl $84,500 00
Hwy 98 (near 24tn SI ) Sandy Hollow
Lg 3 bdrms., 2 ba Complelely fur-
nished, excel. view of the Gull.
$65,00000
'30th St 2.bdrm 1 lull ba Cen. h&a
SPartially furnished, Ig screened in
poich. $58,000.00.
Corner 8th Si Fldrilda 3bdim.2 ba
Ceiling-fans.oen. vacuum system.
screened patio. tehced ya.
$68,500.00.
LOTS' ON MEXICO BEACH
Hwy 98 (near 42nd St.) 320.6' of
commercial property on the canal.
60' on left side ana 275' along Ihe
back are on the canal. $155,000 00
Hwy 98 (near 241n St) Approx 1 82
acres of commercial property Sur-
iounded by canal. 285'x345'
x360'xi65' Owner financing.
S434.500 00.
Corner 22nd St. & Hwy 98 100'x100'
lot. $45,000.00
Coiner 12th St & Hwy 98 90'x190'
lotl $82,50000
Waterfront 29th St. 100'xl0'x90'
$82.50000
Kim Kove t3fanlee 75'x115
Kim Kaoe R rand 75'x115
lOt Homrl m bl 00
Kim Kove R fli..frjnd ft 75'x115'
lot. Hom 1111111110


Maryland n A akI I Ie Already
clearea --- A r
5th St tl491xi14d88'x1 19.94'x
10747'lot. $8.050 00
51h St. Irregular shaped lot
$6.85000
51 St Irregular shaped lot.
$k 6: 50.00 t ._. .
15in St Wysong Subd 8068'"x
1275'011566'127 5'. Has, deptic
tank installed & shallow Well. Yard
sodded. $20 000.00

TOWNHOUSES
Sea Side Townhouses 2 bdrm., I ',
ba 16 Units Each unit has
microwave. dishwasher. disposal.
washer & dryer Cathedral ceilings,
ceiling tans. Front & back decks w
excel view of the Guilf $79.500 00.
Gull View Townhouses'. 2 bdim., 21'z
ba Each unit has dishwasher. dis-
posal. refrigerator, can.' h&a
Private upper' and lower decks
$79,500.00
Casa Del Mar Townhouses 2 barm.
1.'h be Completely furnished Fully
carpeted Sundeck witi super view
of the Gullt $75,00000
Pier Pointe Townhouses 2 bdrm, 1
be. Sunken ily. rm w ceiling fan
PlushI Complelely' landscaped
S75.00000
Pate Townhouses 2 bdrmn, I be.
Stucco w stone columns. Deck
wilt) excel, view ol the Gullt
$84.500.00
Beacon Manor Townhouses Uno- .
stiucted view al the gulf 3 bdrm..
1.. ba & 2 bdrm.. 11 ba
townhouses. 4 units left.
'79.500.00. $68.000 00, $65.900.00.
Doc Side Townhouses 2 bdrm. 1 '.
be townhomes on the canal. Each
unit has boat dock on canal. Sun
deck overlooking canal. $76,50000
2 left
ST. JOE BEACH
Water(ront Lot Belween St. Joe
Beacn and St. Joe 164.4' water-
front x 300' deep. $164.400 00
End of Pineaa Waterfront 60'x
150' lot $59,00000
Corner DeSolo & Alaoama 75'x150'
lot. $12.00000. Already cleared wi
storage bldg
Alabama St 75'x150' lot. $8.500 00.
Americus Ave. 2 bdim, 1 lull ba
Liv, din. & Kitchen combo 3rd
floor unfinished can be 2 bdrms
and full ba $39.90000


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CASA DEL MAR VILLAS. St Joe
Beach 1 bdrm. 1 ba Completely fur-
nished. Quiet area Ready to rent .
soon. $28000 per month.'Call us for
more information

PORT ST. JOE
Monument Ave Extra nicel 3 bdrm.
3'. ba Marble fireplace In 22'x20"
lIIv. rm Wet bar, sprinkler system.
$133.90000. gt
Corner Tapper Ave & Saundra Circle
-Ward Ridge. NEWI 3 bdrm.. 2 ba.
home. Oh 100'x100 lot $63.000 00.

OVERSTREET LOTS
3 7110 Acres 200' on canal 200' on
Canal St. $30,000.00 Owner linen-
cing
10 Acres on Daniels Rd $3.500 00 per
acre Owner financing .
20 Acres Just before curve on Dan-
iels Rd. $44,00000. Owner linan.
cing
85+ Acres on Intercoastal Water.
way just east of floating bridge:.
$4 95000 per acre Owner financ
ing
85 Acres on East Bay. $3.300.00 per
acre. Owner financing
60 Acres on Intercoaslal Waterway
Price and terms negollable.
6'.' Acres on Overstreetal Rd. approx.
4 miles out $5,000.00 per acre
Sold in 2 acre, plats only. Owner
financing.
2 59 acres on Palmetto Dr Property
"has been cleared, has septic lank,
well. power pole & star shed
22.50000 0Owner financing.
WEWAHITCHKA
Main St Commercial tol Back on
Lake Alice $33,00 00. Owner
financing.
1 Five Acre Tract Griffin Subdivi-
sion $16.50000 Owner financing.
I Six Acre Tract Griffin Subdivi-
sion $18.70000 Owner financing .


6th St. This is in addition to AA
meetings in the Hall Tuesdays
at 8 p.m., and Sunday after-
noons at 4 p.ni. EST.


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PORT ST. JOE
LOTS 2 lots at Palm Blao & 18in Sr
'17 500 .
9t h St., 4 bdrm., 2 ba 30 000 00

I SPECIAL .
1306 Long Avenue. 2 bdrm, 1 be. |
den. 30.000.00 ,
S1610 Long .ve 4 b3rm IoD Redj-.
ea
515 8th St., 3 bdrnm., Da 525000 00
'Duplex, Long Ave. 2 bdr'm i be in
each unit. $45.000 win gooon a ner
financing. _____ .
104 Yaupon. 3 bdrm., 2 ba.. brick,'ap-
prox. 7 yrs. old,: $65.000.00.
106 Mmosa..brick, 4 yrs bia 3 barm
2 ba.. den. $65,000.00 9' mrig ci
.$42.000.00. : .
619 Marvin Ave.. 3 bdrm., 1Y ba..
$33,400 00.
706 Woo'dward. 4 bdrm.. 2 ba..
$27.500.00..
Very Exclusive house, 3 bdrm.. 2'ba.
.brick 5 yrs old. $69.000.00. '"- .
1912 Juniper Ave., 3-bdrm:' 1' ba.,
$44.000.00.
103 Yaupon. 3 bdrm.,'2! ae.., 1 car,
garage, screened porch. $59,500,00.
522 6th St., 3 bdrm., 1 ba..$39,900.


WARD RIDGE: 205 Tapper Dr 3
bdrm., 1/% .ba. block house. only'
$36,000.
ST. JOE BEACH
Amerlcus S Nice 3 bdrm, 2 ba.
$45,000.0Q. ,
HOWARD CREEK
2 lots, 2 bdrm., 1 bea. trailer, $8,700.00.
Squirrel Ave.. I acre. 2 bdrr. 1 be.
mobile home 3 weis. 123.500 00 '.
Deer Ave., ig 7 odrm 2 bae
$38,000.00. Ownr.er financing

WEWAHITCHKA
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES, acre
tracts on the Creek: onl: $300:00
down: beautiful land with oak trees
and rolling hills.
Restaurant, well established with
local clientele. .Near coast hun.
ting, fishin. area good cash flow,
wonder financing anaiillal house in.
cluded. 1135 00000
30 Acres near the City limits: Ideal for
development. .

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


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"Fireworks are dangerous. see.
They can cause severe burns,
loss of vision, loss of limbs and "Even some s-called 'safe
even death," Gunter sai,' fireworks can cause -serious
referring to the recent expo- injuries and fatalities.' .Gun-
sion and deatli at an illegal ter said.



SALE OF USED VEHICLES

The St. Joseph Telephone and Telegraph Company
will sell the below listed vehicle:


1974 Dodge Van V-8, S/N Bf1AE4V021600,
Vehicle #215, mileage 101,092


1695*


' Vehicle can be seen at the Supply Complex
at 500 First St., Port St. Joe, orcontact
BERNARD O. WESTER,,Supply Manager
9041229-6737


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, JUNE 23,.1983


l C ke t i .* Scourg of Southern Lawns


BY ROY LEE CARTER
County .Extension Director
Two species'of mole crickets
are- prevalent in Florid: the
Southern and Changa (Puerto
Rican). The color patterns of
the two species are usually
* distinct; th6eChanga is lighter,
creamy brown whilethe Sobu
then is reddish to dark brown
and has four distinct lighter
spots on its prothorax.,
Mole crickets damage turf-
grass in several, Ways. They
Stunned through the soil near
the surface. This tunneling
action loosens the soil so that
the grass is often uprooted and
dies due to desiccation qf the
root system. They damage
grass roots causing thinning
out of the turf, and eventually
completely bare soil.
Mole crickets deposit their
eggs in chambers hollowed 6ut
in the soil. Most chambers are
found in the upper six inches
of soil, but cool temperatures
and-or dry soil result in the
chambers being constructed
at a greater depth. An average
female-will excavate three to
five egg chambers and deposit
approximately 35 'eggs per


CARTER
cell.
In North and Central Flori-
da, oviposition usually begins
in the latter part of March
with peak egg-laying in May
through mid June. Approxi-
mately 75 percent of the.'eggsw
are laid during these months.
Most mole cricket feeding
occurs at night after rain
showers or irrigation .and
during warm weather. Some
surface feeding has been
noted when the soil is dry, but
is'. greatly reduced. All nym-
ph l stages as well as adult
cote to the surface at night to'
searchlor food. Tunneling of
more than 20 ft.-per night has


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been observed. During the day respect. Young nymphs will
the mole crickets return to devour each other and also the
their permanent burrows and unhatched eggs. When mole
remain there for 16ng periods crickets come to the soil
of time when weather condi- surface, they are subject .to
tions .are unfavorable. Adult predators including fire ants,
mole crickets are 'strongly ground beetles, earwigs, and
attracted to lights during their.; spiders. Larger animals in-
spring dispersal flights. cluding raccoons, skunks, red
Both mole crickets are very foxes, armadillos, and several.
cannibalistic and a high per- toads also feed* on mole
centage of nymphs, especially crickets,- but often damage
early in stage are lost in uhis turf areas when searching for


Public Notices


FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby.given that'purspant to
Section 865.09, Florida- Statutes.' the
unaersigned persons inler.d to register.
ltn Ihe Clark of Inr. Circuit court Gulf
County. Flolida. lour weeks alter ihe first
publication o Iris r.olice ne ticlitious
,name or trade name under which hey will
be engaged in business and .n mnicn sa.d
business is to be carried or.. Io-w.
WALKER FOOD STORES. Inc
WALKER'S DIXIE DANDY
511 West Hlgnwav 98
Porl St Joe Florida 32456
Owners Richard Walei
Wanas Walker
David Walker
4tc 619.
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULF
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on Ine Isi
day o0 June 1983. pursuant to a Wilt of
Execullion issued in the ColJnty Court oi
Bay County, Floridaa, Case Number
82-1119.SP in Ine cause of W D BAXTER'
DBA EL GOVERNOR MOTEL. PLAINTIFF,
vs CHESTER HARPER, DEFENDANT. I,
KEN MURPHY. SHERIFF OF-GULF.

COUNTY FLORIDA. nave levied upon the .
property ol the defendant. tO.WIL
One (1) 1980 AMC Jeep Pick up truck.
Green and white In color. VIN
number JOD25NCO54169
On the 12tn day of July 1983. at 1 45
(EDT) in the afternoon on the steps of the
Gulf County Courthouse Ponrt S Joe.
Florida, I will offer lot sale said property
lor cash to the highest bidder, subject to,
all prior liens, it any. to satisfy sala Will
of Execution
IsI KEN MURPHY, SHERIFF,..
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
41 616
COMMISSION HEARING
DOCKET NO..820490.U
FLORIDA" PUBLIC SERVICE
COMMISSION
to
ST. JOE NATURAL GAS COMPANY
and
ALL OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES
Issued: 6-7-83
NOTICE (a heieby given that the
Florida Public Service .Commission will
hold a public hearing In Ihe above
;elerencea docket before Commissioners
Katie Nichols and Susan W. Leisner on
reverse make whole proceedings, the re
lund of exceqslve revenues, it any. and
Ine possible redesign of rates dfSt Joe
Natural Gas Company. PERSONS WHO
WISH TO PRESENT TESTIMONY ARE
URGED TO APPEAR AT THE BEGINNING
OF THE HEARING SINCE THE HEARING
MAY BE ADJpURNED EARLY hF NO
WITNESSES ARE PRESENT TO TESTIFY
DATE AND TIME 9:30 A M. Monday.
June 27, 1983, . r"
PLACE Room 122. Fleicner Building. 101
East Games Street Tallanassee, Florida
3230 I.
PURPOSE AND'PROCEDURE
The purpose of this hearing shall be 10o
permit St. Joe Natural Gas Company to
present its testimony and eKhibils
relating to this mattiler: to permit in-
tervenors and stall to present testimony
and emniois concerning this m<er, to
permit St Joe Natural Gas Company to
present rebuttal testimony it I n so


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Port St. Joe
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cnooses and lot sucn other purposes as
me Commission may aeem appropriate
All wiinesses shall De subject to cross
examinatllon a n me conclusionn of their
testimony Tne proceedings will be
governed cy the crowvisions o Cnapier
120. Florida Slatules ana Cnapier 25-22.
Florida Administrative Coae
PREHEARING CONFERENCE
NOTICE is given thit a Prehearing Con.
terence snail De nheid Dbletore Commis
sioner Katie Nichols at the following lime
anl place'
930 AM Monday. June 13. 1983
Room 122. Fletcner Buiiing. 101 EasI
Gaines Street Tallanassee Florida
32301,
Tne purpose ot mis Prenearing Con.
terence will as to define and limit. It
possiDle. ine number of Issues and 10
determine wnat lacts may be stipulated
to
Tne Commission is vested with
lurisdicllon over the suDiect matter by the
provisions of Chapter 366. Florida
Statutes and Chapter 25 7 Florida Ad-
rninilsraive Code
By DIRECTION ot the Florias Public
Service Commission, this 7in day of'June.1
1983 '
STEVE TRIBBLE,
COMMISSION CLERK
by. Isl Kay Flynn. Deputy Clerk
(SEAL)
MRC 216116
IN TIE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
IN RE The Marriage of
ROGER.LEE GABLES. Husband,
Petitioner.
Ana d ,'.
LYDIA FRALICK WOODARD GABLES.
Wile, Resbpondent;
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO Lydia FralIci Woocard Gables
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Petition lot Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you are re
qulrea to serve a copy ollyour Answer or
other response to Ins Petition on Petition-
er's Attorney
ROBERT M. MOORE. ESQ.,
321 Reid Avenue
P 0: Box 248
Port St Joe. Florida 32456
and Ile Ie original thereof in the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office. Gull County Court-
nouse. Port St. Joe. Florida, on or before
the 30tn day of June, 1983 If you tail to do
so, a Final Judgment tor the relief sought
may be granted by default
DATED this the 2nd day of June, 1983
JERRY GATES,
Clerk or Circuit Court.
By 1i1 Tonya Knox. Depuly Clerk
41612
.STATE OF FLORIDA -
COUNTY OF GULF ,
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE Is hereby given that on tnhe
27th day of May.1983. pursuant to a Wilt
of Execution issued in theCounty Court
of Gull County, .Florida, Case Number
82-269 in the cause ol U S. LIFE CREDIT,
PLAINTIFF. vs EMORY C BAILEY,
DEFENDANT. I. KEN MURPHY, SHERIFF
OF GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA, nave levied
upon mne property of the aefenoant. to-
wit
One 111l 1977 Ford LTD. 4-aoor. auto-
mobile. yellow In color. VIN number
7A31FI20302
.,On the t2t1n ay of July. 1983, at Two
O'Clock (2,00) (EDTI in the afternoon on
the steps o the Gulf County Courthouse.
Port St Joe. Florida. I will otfer lor sale
said property lot clean to the highest Did.
der. subject to all prior liens.IIf any. to .
satisfy said Writ of Execution.
isi KEN MURPHY, SHERIFF.
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
41 6116

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 83122
IN RE FORFEITURE OF.THE FOLLOW
ING DESCRIBED PROPERTY
A 1975 Cnevrolel Custom Deluxe 10 pick
up truck. serial no CCOI.5AI45281
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
ALL PERSONS FIRMS AND COR.
PORATIONS OWNING. HAVING OR
CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN OR LIEN ONi
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY
YOu AND EACH OF YOU are hereDi
noillea Inat the above aescribea proper
ly reas ee.' seized under ana O virtue oat
cnaotie 372. as amendea ana is now in
Ine possession of Robert M. Braniley Ex-
ecutive Direclor Game and Fresh Water
F.sr. Commission, ano Vou, and eacn of
,,:u are hereoy, further nolifieo Inal a
etrillil:.r. unaer saia cnapter. nas Dean lil
o in Ire circuit court io the Fourteerin
Judicial Circuit in' and for Gull Cournty
Fiorlda seeking Ine forfeiture of ine said
properly and you are neieby directed and
rcQuirea to I les your Claim. if any vou
nae arn snow cause. or. Or before Jul,'
I 1983 not personally serve wiin Dro.
CreS nere.n whny Ihe saia DopeiIly Siouid
noi De ,. cirled pursuant to saiJ cnaDri.
Sncui. you lail 10 l ile claim as r.ereir.
a.reclea u1ogment will be entelea rerein
agar.sl y:u in dutie course Persons not
oer ,nalli served wwin process may OD
lair. b c:,' rof ins D petition folor orellure 11i
e here, r, rom Ine undersigned clerk cl1
Courl
WITNESS my nand ana Ine seal ol *r.e
Doc,,e mea'.lioned court at Porl St Joe
Fi.:.lr a l In.5 7h 'day C.I June 1983


them.
Since mole crickets have
only one generation per year,
at least in North Florida, and
most nymphs hatch during
late May and early June, it is
possible to prevent most dam-
age which occurs later in the
year by proper timing of
insecticide applications. In
turf areas where damage has
occurred in previous.years and
preventive control is desired,
apply a recommended spray
during the early part of June,
or a bit during the latter part


iGARAGES^


Yard Sale: 2 Families:
:military family moving to
Japan, everything must go.'
Washing machine, clothing,
T.V., books, tools, etc., etc.
Friday, Sat., Sun, 24th, 25th &
26th. 4th St., Beacon Hill.
Ultp

Yard Sale: Sat., June 25,
8:30-2:00, no early sales!
Cancelled if raining. Fur-
niture, toys, drapes, odds and
ends. 419 18th St. ltp 6/23
From 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. June
23, the Two Weeks Pass By
Yard Sale, 802 4th St., back of
old St. Joe Ice House. Look
before you buy, we sell as is,
no refunds. We may have what
you have been looking for.
Mrs. Ruby Monk, 802 4th St.,
Port St. Joe.
Yard Sale: St. Joe Beach,
Bay St., 2nd block. Friday and
Sat., 8:00 a.m. until ?




Need extra Income? Carrier
needed for Panama City News-
Herald. Earn over' $100 pier
month for less than 1 hour
work each morning. Routes
open In hospital area. Call Mr.
Cox 229-8019. 1tp
Earn $3.35 to $4.25 per hour
*as a telephone operator. Will
consider students. Apply at
203 Monument Ave., Port St.
Joe from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
EST. Monday Friday.
Local light delivery, must
know area and be neat in ap-
pearance, excellent for retired
persons, students, house-
wives. Paid in cash daily. App-
lly at 203 Monument Ave. Port
"St. o6e from 1i a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday Friday. Day and
night shifts available.
tfc 6/2
Need nanny for two small'
children, ages two and five,
for room and board. Call
648-5900. Must have refer-
ences. It6/23


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Insurance
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or
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Metro olitan
LIFLIIHEL I AL IOtI.ML WIhlk lMlNI


of June. At this time of year,
the majority of nymphs will be
small and little damage will
probably be noticed. One
method of confirming the
presence of mole crickets is
the soapy water test. Mix one
fluid ounce of dishwashing
soap in two gallons of water,
and drench four square feet
with this solution. Observe the
area for about three minutes.
If mole crickets are present,
they will emerge to the grass
surface and can be detected.

Some chemicals that can be
used to control mole crickets
in lawn grasses are: Baygon

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1974 Chevrolet, good cond.,
$800. Call 229-6044. 2tc6/16

1974 Jeep CJ5, big tires,
chrome rims, green with new
beige top, $2,495. Call 227-1251.
Pixie D Used Cars
Hwy. 98 & 41st St.,
Mexico Beach -, 648-5016
80 Olds 4 dr. diesel ...$4,250"0
78 Pont. 4 dr., nice .... $2,9750"
76 Olds Cutlass, 2 dr. $2,495"
77 Cad. Deville 4 dr. .. $4,49510
78 Ford Fairmont station
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77 Dodge Aspen station
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PAGE ELEVEN


I I FOR SALE


1976 Fleetword mobile home,
oni acre of land in.White City.
After 6 p.m. call 229-8424.
/ t:'. 6/23
Large 3 bdrm. house with
many nice featureson 4 lots,
on Searcy St. at White City;
Shrubbery, fruit tree's and
barn. Call 22M9065. ~ c 6/2
Lot for sale on Coronado St.,
St. Joe Beach. 3 blocks off
beach, high & dry. Reasonably
S priced. Phone 6484994 or
648-5351after 5:00. 3tp 6/16


Large 2 bedroom house, on
Ig. chain link fenced lot, 1604
Garrison ave. Utility rm. and-
single car garage attached.
Air conditioner and some ap-
pliances to remain. Appraised
at $34,000; owner will sell for
$31,000. Call 229-8346 after 6
p.m. .
75'x175' lot on MarvinJAve.
Phone 648-8972. tfc 7-15
Business lot, west corner of'
Hwy. 71 and Reid Ave., Port
St. Joe. Call229-8771. tfc.3/31


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Unfurnished house on Hwy. 10-piec
98. All appliances including tically n
washer, dryer, dish washer,
$265.00 per month plus deposit. 1967 St
Call 904/385-1625 2tc6/23 glass hu]
S.. .. Also 25
No need for wet carpets. $130 or b
Dry' clean them with HOST or 639-57
.Use rdoms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture. FREE
227-1251. warmed
Call229-
Room for Rent: by day, '
week, month. Air cond., TV. Beaut
Thames Hotel. 229-8723.; 302 bed, brc
Reid Ave. tfc7-1 Ex. cu
newr 9$20


Travel trailers for rent


ce sofa g
ew. Call
aircraft b
l, 120 h.p
mm.M f(
est offer.
06.
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8421.
iful hide
own & b
shions in
00.00. Call


1979 30' Scamp


day, week or month (2 day trauer, sleeps o,
minimum). Rustic Sands ing, located at M
Campgrounds, 15th St., Mex- 1$7000. Call 205/79
ico Beach. 648-5229. p.m..
SKI BREEZE Picnic tables,
Camping, mobile home, 2 tees, lawn chi
bdrm.- apt. and campers for boxes, trellis, etc
'rent, day,'week or month. On 639-2860.
the gulf, beach or wooded site. 1982 Westgate I
Bill and Renee Schlickman. 2 bedroom, unfu
Rs. 229-6105. 227-1329 anytime.
.. For carpets:cleaned the way FREE kittens
professionals do it-at a frac-. -gray striped. Cal
tion of the cost, rent RinseN N


group, prac- The Ladies' Auxiliary ofthe
227-1328. V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
)oat 18', fiber- day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
. Mercruiser. in the Fla. Power Lounge.
ncal camera,
Call 639-5534 There will be a regular corn- '.
It munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every
ns, already, first and third Thursday at
.odwardAve. 8:00 p.m.
Itp GUERRY MELTON, W.M.
-a-way sofa/ Joe Pippin, Sec.
beige velour. The V.F.W. Post 10069, John
1cluded, like C. Gainous holds its meeting'
1229-8937. every second Tuesday and the
er, 5th wheel fourth Thursday at Motel St.
air and awn- Joe at 7:30 p.m. tfc 11/4
lexico Beach. --- -
94-8286 after 3 The Board of Commission-
2tc6/23 ers of them Highland View
Water Department will have
swings, set- its monthly meeting the first
airs, flower Tuesday of each month at 7130
c. Call Wewa, p.m. at the Water Plant.
6tp5/26 tfc 11/4
Mobile home, The Disabled American Vet-
rnished. Cal erans, Port St. Joe Chapter-62,
2tc6/16-, will meet the first Monday.
, black and each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
1 2294152. Joe Motel. tfc 6/4'


assumable mortgage at 9112 Vac, "the portable steam
c, 'the portabe BUTsB 'SGREENHOUS9
Lg. 4 bdrm., 3 ba. brick home in excellent neighborhood. carpet 'cleaning system. &NURSERY
Cen. h&a, fireplace & many extra features. By appoint- Available at Western Auto,
ment only. phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave., i having a gigantic sale. Sale
2 bdrm., 1t.'ba. house on corner lot, Oak Grove., s tarts Thurs. morning, 23rd,
$25,500.00.... -" *' '- "i : ,-and continues through Fri. ___
Sand Sat. : .
-50'xl46' lot, only 1 lot back from Hwy. 98 .t St. Joe LOST O IConcrete tables with 2 ben- Psychological Services for
Beach. ches, reg. $100. now $75. anyone with problems in day-
Concrete tables with 3 ben- to-day Cliving. Gulf County
HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY FOUND: Yorkshire terrier, ches, reg. $125, now $100. 227-1145 (4 hours).
221 Reid Ave 227-133 Port St.-. Joe at St. Joe Beach running down Frogs & umbrella sets, or col- 1s
221 Reid Ave. 27-1133 Port. road last weekend. Call ored boys & umbrella set PAINTING
Roy Smith, Associate John Clenney, Associate "-763 o 4-558 -reg. $18, now $11. Pa iNG
'_29 -.7; 29 6or B4 5". Pelicans, reg. $10 painted, Munroe Painting Co.
now $8. ReasonAble Rates
Pelicans, reg. $8 unpainted, 227-1244
now $6.
Donkey, reg. $20, special sale, B
ERA PARKER REALTY, Realtor $20.
Lawn bird baths, reg. $50, now Unplanned Pregnancy?
S i bat :,-648-5?77, o" ConcernFd Syxpathetic .
.. MEXLCQaEACK.F^kORIDA Ou~slddlorldaP :. &" ,,bird ;
1-800-342-6692 (Inside Florida) medium ones $15. Pregnancy Termination
S.Seahorse, reg. $15, now $11. s Skilled doctors on duty
Sales & Rentals Real Estate Specialists for Over 30 Years 10% off on all other concrete Birth Control Counseling
"Call Us About These Listings, As Well As A Large Inventory of Beach Lots, items.. and Devices'
Wetappo Creek property,. Rentals, & Mini-Storage Sales or Rentals. I have' cocous ausfralias Free Pregnancy Testing
palm, rg $2" 3 t .... ., FamilyPlanning
BUSINESS Gu.lfron2 28h Si -2 bdrm.1 a has INDIAN PASS pams, reg.$20, 3to 4ft., now ai
OPPORTUNITIES replace & patio. 69000 Gulf & lagoon frontage, approx. 3:53 $1 l Foi 'rtWalton Beach
Corner Palm & Azalea Si Nice.3 .acres on SR 30-B. near Indian Pass Any inside pot in greenhouse
Provan Profllt Earner serving Port .. bdrm 2 ba., brick & stucco Includes Property runs from lagoon to gulf & is Is 10% off price on pot.
St. Joe and beaches area. New appliances & star house, fenced yd. divided by hwy., Includes older house
modernly equipped restaurant w $9.500 Adjolinng lot available & furnishings. Call for details. .. '. '. '6/23
set-In or carry out faClllUtle. Virginia Ave -2 story,' I 1 Ig. bdrm., .
Tenry's Fried Chicken, located on screen porch. downstairs unfinished,'
Hwy. 98, Port SL Joe. has wiring & plumbing. $45,000 LOTS FOR RENT "
'Hwy 386.A-Doublewide mobile 2 lots ready for mobile
name. 3 bd-m. 2 ba on 1.05 acres. home, have septic tank,
Thrlwing business In the heart of Good erms water & power hookup. SALES PERSON WANTED
M o Beach. Take immediate GeorLES PERSON WANTEDMexico
possession. Owners leaving B7h St -1981 noubewdrnbe acch. Danley Furniture will be interviewing for one sales posi-
because of health. Call us today. name, brick foundal ion. 3"bdrm.. 2 be.
Secu heh.Cutoday. 50,000. PORT ST. JOE tion. Applicant must be mature, Intelligent and willing to
29th Si at Hw;j 98 2 newly con. Comfortable 3 bdrm home on I work. Desire to learn selling skills is a must. Compensa-
st BEArucled, skilled 4 bdrm ,2 ba beach. lots. has fireplace. ceiling fans, 3 yr tion Is on salarylbonus basis. No previous sales ex-
MEXICO BEACH houses Unfurnished $79.000 Fur- old roof & more. Family neighbor- perience' needed. Good fringe benefits include life,
Corner 26th St. & Hwy. 98. Two 1 nished $84.500. hood. Yard fenced on 3 sides, shoe -hspitalization, major medical and dental. Send resume
tbdrm apts. One upstairs has Ig. Hwy. 386A-2 Ddrm.. still house on Irees 5128th St. 32.000. o
sundeck. downstairs Ig screened 75'x185 lot Furnished. 38.000 Tapper Ave.& Saundrs Cicle. new 3 to P. 0. Drawer BB, Port St. Joe. Absolutely no phone
porch. Appliances Included Has ex Arizona Dr -Stone & cedar,. 3 bdim. bdrm, 2 ba. home wlcedar siding, calls. Applicants meeting requirerhents will be con-
cal. rental history: 75,000 Owner 2 bea. cathedral ceiling, skylights. double garage & neal pump On tacted foi,'interview.
financing _____ *. fireplace. many extras Owner must acree 568,000
Water Dr., 3 bdrm, 2 ba on canal w move Reduced. S76.000
tg. boat dock, includes stove & relrig.. Former Ave.-2 bdrm.. ig screen OVERSTREET
has cen. h8a. S74.500 $20.000 do*n, Forner Ave.-2 bdrm.. nI screen ..+*
has n.ha. 74500 er20.000 don. placecael. storage bdg Perfect retirement name 3 bdrm A
2nd SL. 3 bdrm., 2 ba double-wide 4h SI-2 -arm. I on 75x.12 brick name on .85 acres, reduced to
mnrobile home on 1'a lots of bautIful I on x1 sell 545.00000 Owner anxious, must A A "
S'grassed l-awn,- fireplace w/marble shaded lol. $36.000 Assumable mor- move Submit oilers ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS .
hearth, front & back deck 9 cement Blde n- th Almost new mobile home. 2 bdrm. I -,. .
drive. S55.000. Beachslde of Hwy. on- 34th St. be on over 'a acre. lurn. 24' well acpig plat n f R'
Beachslde 3 bdrm., 1% ba. brick Quadraplex each uni ha 3 bm..2 deck. Land is cleared & has 18", We are now accepting ppicatons for R.N.'s
home completely furnished. can ba S53.00000ea regulation culvert & driveway and L.P.N.'s, any shift. Bay St. Joseph Care
h&a., screened porch, vacation home 12th St -2 bdrm. I ba. calt ceiling. $ 524.000 N Long St. i
or rental investment $80o.000oo. lann-aire. lurnishea. S45. B A N HILL Center Is a brand new 120 bed skilled facility
Comer 14th St. & Hwy. 98, Seaside Beachside 42nd St.-2 bdrm.. 1 ba. HILL" offering an attractive salary package and a
"Townhouses. 2 bdrm., 11, ba., furnished. $63.50000. financing avail. 3r St.&3rdAve.-DuDlex.1bdrm.,1" ni rking atmosphere. Please send
sunken liv. rm., refrig., dishwasher, Beachsade Circle Dr -3 bdrm, 2 bae ba. ea or 2 bdrm, 2 ba, homein atme.
washer/.tryer, ceiling tans, w/glassed porch, furnished. $79,000. $26500 Good financing ..sur e to BSJCC, P. Box967, PortSt.Joe,
microwave, can. h&alcarpet, pre Financing available. 3rd St. & 4th Ave.-3 bdrm., 1 a., 32456. "An equal opportunity employer"
construction price. 569.500 0 Finan H & 24th St.-2nd lot from fireplace, fence,' $38,000.
I cing available_____ beacn. cb with lireplace.3 fidhm., 2 "
4 bdrm.. 2 ba., stucco 2 story house. oa $68,000.____ ': WEWAHITCHKA '
on 50'x 122' lot. d.w. slove. ceiling Bec..
fans, manyextrase. Sea St$69,000.00. eacs le Dr -3 bdrm 2 Transer Landing R Almost an acre,.
3bdrm., 2 be. brick on nice corner lot; fireplace. furnished only 3 yrs old unfurn. double wide. Enough roorm'to UNDERSTANDING COMPUTERS TAKES TRAINING.
Ig. screen porch, garage, vacuum $84,500. Financing available ad several tradoublers for income. '
system;cen. h&a, carpet &more. Fla. Beachside 43rd St.-3 bdrm.. 2 a. $23,500vera trailers If you need training or if you needhel selecting the
Avg. & 8th St.$68,500.00 across from canai ea. star bidgs 5 a with mobile h RIGHT computer for you, don't wait Call Now.
toWnhouses to be built on 38th sundeck. clides nic -barn store. bldg., land's Because we sell computer knowledge and not com- .
Grand Isle--3 barm.. ba nice brick prepared fdr garden. $24,500. Near puters, we can give you an unbiased opinion. Don't biuy
microwave, refrig., dishwasher, 2 nice lots.'$79,000. 71Dalkeith) bdrm., 1 ba. ap what a computer salesman sells, buy what-you need.
wUNOBSTRUCTEDVIEW from50000 2t S-3 bdrm, 2 b., 2 story prox. I acre, $18,000. OTHERSERVICES OFFERED: Maintaining mailing list,
UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW from 2nd house, lot size 75'x100"$46,000.
from beach site of cedar and stucco l secretarial services, letters,. reports and estimates
townhoudwith 1,120 sq. ft.o living Beachde 42nd St.Townhuses. 2 Cochran La rt y typed, payroll and typesetting, etc.
srea Studio & bdrm., with cathedral bdrm., 2 :ba. Newly constructed, 3 4 bdrm. on d Ic
callings, 1/ ba., all appliances. 29th units $79,500 ea. Owner finan avail. tank $27.TER SEVICES
St. $70,000.00. 1th St.-3 bdrm., 2 a..brick w INTERNAIONAL COMPUTER SERVICES
MOBILE HOME on commercial lot, fireplace, stor.house$60,000. KINARD Americus & Desoto, St. Joe Beach, Florida
across from Chamber of Commerce '. Grand Isle Subd.-3 bdrmrn, 1.ba:, with, ,/,rt
on 31st St., 2 bdrri., 1 bae, new grapevines & shade trees,bheat'pump, 3bdrm., 1 ha. frame home wifront and
carpeting & roof, $30,000.00. $50,000. 6.36ack deck 2wels; fireplace28500 & sits on
Corner Virginia &.Fla. Ave. -New, Beachside 39th St. with terrific view I '* "' ...... 528,50* .. -.-.* :.:..
modular w/brick; 3 .bdrm.,. 2 ba., of Gulf, 4 bdrm., 2 ba. stilt house, WHITE CITY ^.
fireplace, screen porch, fence. $104,000. Wl t I
75'x112.5 lot. $55,000.00. Terms. Beachslde 34th St:- 4 bdrm. Stilt 2 houses arind c.b. stor. bldg. V, mile HE LEARNING CENTER
Tenn. Ave.-3 bdrm., 3 ba., pool, house with great gulf view, $104,000. from Intracoastal $64,000. dw
fireplace,( jenn-aire range & grill, Brick home on 252'x125' lot, $35,000. 706 Woodward Ave.
many extras. Financing available. TOWNHOUSE CLOSE Frame house on 100'x125' lot. 229-6303
$6000TO BEACH s"ioo000. ____ "TOTAL CHILD CARE" .
Corner 6th & Fla. Double-Wide on1 / TO BEACH tore n 102125lot25000.
lots, 2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., in- New 2 bdrm., 11/2 ba.,',.cedar MOTHERS
cludes appilences. $48,000. townhouse with furniture &- ap- HIGHLAND VIEW Bring your kids to join the FN at THE LEARNING
27th St. Beachfront-3 bdrm., 2 ba. pliances Included. Upstairs has sun Bring your kids to join the FUN at THE LEARNING
c.b. construction, Ig. glassed porch. deck, outside shower w hot' & cold 3 bdrm. house with barn and chain :: CENTER. Special summer activities are planned to
$105,500.00. water: $69,500. link fence. $1oo. make this a happy vacation for your child. Hot meals
Z are served each day to make your child a healthier one.
(9 .Frances C. Parker, Realtor Orena Miller, Associate ,,,r',,,if, r ,/ ,',..>" ,ri' '/'', \, :,it,.
Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate Glenda Whitfield -Owner/Director
Barbara Sullivan, Associate Christy L. Davis, Associate
l ": %'":" tor


Yard work at beaches area.. 'CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
Call Robby at 648-5885. 1tc 6/23 18Yrs. Experience ,
S. Ira'J. Nichols
Starting July 1st, I will 319 6th St., Highland View
teach beginners piano lessons Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
for students ages five and up. ,904/229-6235 '
Books are furnished. Call tf6-5
2296374, Renee Reeves. --
3tc 6/23 Walls, woodwork, and win- -
dows cleaned. Also some yard
House Cleaning: Are you in work by experienced husband
a slump and your house looks and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
-like a dump? Then call __ -
648-8274 after 5 p.m. CDT. Air Conditioning Heating
tfc6/16 Refrigeration Appliance
-- Parts and Service '
SHALLOW WELLS DANIELS SERVICE CO.
229-6380 Joe Electric'- Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
Need someone to help with All Brands
spring cleaning or regular Norris Daniels
domestic employment? Call: Phone 229-8416
mr-I;, Dt t.... o qqiO-nf. oh 106 Bellamy Circle
hUlG iO 03uB ta -229 w' 8085 S l


Smith 229-6130; Ida Peterson
229-6130, Renell Thomas 229..
6229, Angela Brackin 227-1555,.
Janice Morris 229-6206, Debra
Bailey 229-6313,..Ola L.
Thomas 229-8949, Pearl Win-
field 229-8949, Antoniette
Lenox 229-6980.


THE LAUNDRY ROOM
.)08Reid.Ave. 2294-6954
Open 7 Days.A Week
Mon. Sat., 7 a.m. 8 p.m.
Sun. 10 a.m. 6 p.m
-*Self service or droploff
.. -. -. p .A '7


COSTIN INSURA'
AGENCY, INC
All Forms of Insur
322 Reid Ave., Port;
Phone 229-889'
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Alcoholics Anonymous
, Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4.00 PIM., 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


PAINTING
i '' 'by ,
Blalock Construction Co.

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J. Walter (Jimmy)
,Johnson Construction Co.
NCE New Homes *Additions
C.*Decks.
ance Call Us for',Free Estimates
St. Joe 229-8757 t
9 tfc5/5
fc 11-12 .


BETTY'S BEAUTY SALON
(Formerly Idle Iour) .
Betty Heath/Ofwner
Genie-Cox, %ty-%st ,1

Hair Styling for...
MEN and WOMEN
Shaping e Blow Drying
Chemical Control
Wet Sets
Frosting Tinting
Bleaching
Tues. Sat. ;
WALK-INS WELCOMED -
;' 229-6201,
402 3rd St- Port St. Joe
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FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers
& Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
".If no.answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner'
'Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F; S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
tfc 1-21
LEWISSOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
Carpet Upholstery
Autos
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Locally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or 229-6447
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ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
56 First Street'
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day,


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


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue
:'pTE' Port St. Joe, Florida O
"Quality Fabribs st Affordable Prices"




ANN'S PLACE .
for Crafts made bj Gulf County Senior Citi-ens
AFGHANS- CERAMICS
CROCHETED PIECES & MUCH MOR,
FROM OUR BAKE SHOP ', '
FRESH BREAD, CAKES, CINiAMON ROLLS &
S PIES BY ORDER -
Magellan St 648-5258 St. Joe Beach




i REEVES FURNITURE &

+ REFINISHING SHOPPE
S.0 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
Custom Matting
* PAINTINGS
* PHOTOGRAPHS


Mexico Beach,
& Framing of:
* PRINTS "
* NEEDLEWORK


Fla.


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


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


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ST. JOE CUSTOM
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-Commercial Building
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---Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1889
P.O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida


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REALESTA


- "'3 bdrm., 1 '/2 ba., brick veneer home at 1912 Juniper Ave.
'.". -$39,900.00 with $21,000.00 assumable V.A. mortgage at
S9'/12%. By appointment only.
3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry home with carport on large lot in
good neighborhood. $33,500.00.
2 bdrm., 1 ba., double garage & storage buildings on Ig.
fenced-in lot, 1314 Garrison Ave. $29,500.00.
Facing the bay, 107 Hwy. 98, Highland View. Two bdrm.,
.1 ba. with Ig. liv. rm., spacious kitchen w lots of cabinets
& appliances. 2 Fla. porches, cen. h&a, 2 lots enclosed '
with chain link fence, underground sprinkler system,
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