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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 48
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Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1983


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Cash Low


SchoolBoard Faces Bleak First


of Year
Gulf County Schools have money to
continue! operation for this month and
then it's "broke time".
According to Superintendent of
Schools, Walter Wilder, the action by
Governor Bob Graham, in vetoing the
school budgets for the state of Florida
has put the whammy on the financial
plans of virtually every school district
in the state of Fl6rida. Here in Gulf
SCounty,4 Wilder says, "the situation
siin','as!'desp�eate as it is in some
counties_ but we ,ill be broke by the
end of theimonth if something doesn't
break so' far Ias the state funding is
concerned".
Wilder said some school districts
.have already run out of money and are
having to borrow to keep the wheels
turning. "We'll be in that predicament,
too, if the Governor and Legislature
don't get together in the next couple of
weeks",W Wilder said.
!,A.noi er wrinkle to the problem is
:that July; is traditionally the month in
wli te school budget for the new
year is awn u and "we can't draw up
a budget until we know how much
money'we're going to have coming in
and how much 'we're going to have to




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A crowd estimated tobe in the several thousands
gathered in the City Park at the west end of Fifth Street
and along Highway 98 for more than a mile to watch the
third annual fireworks display presented by the City of
Port St. Joe Monday night.
People started gathering at about sundown in the
park along the shores of St.:Joseph Bay to bring a fitting
climax to a July Fourth holiday, which had sedn the area
go accident-free for the entire week end. The only
accident reported from Friday through Monday was
the boat explosion at Mexico Beach which burned Don
Dort.
It was a hot day on July Fourth, but when the sun
went down, the breeze started blowing in from the bay


Being Refur]


/Centen al Building
After several years of trying outside of the building with a
this and trying that to make white stucco. Woods' price for
the Centennial Building pre- the job was $16,665. He was the
sentable and serviceable, the lowest of two bidders on the
City Commission finally de- job.
cided Tuesday night to do the , The City has already sand-
job right and put a permanent blasted the building, removing
coating on the outside of the all old paint and whitewash in
building which would make preparation to the stucco work
the building waterproof and getting underway.
put a fresh facade on the The City also has tentative
building. . plans to do some work to the
A contract was approved inside of the building, repair-
Tuesday for James T. Woods, ing the floor, lowering the
local contractor, to stucco the ceiling, repairing and replac-


and those who gathered for the fireworks display had a
comfortable evening for viewing.
Cars were parked for a distance of some four blocks
from the park in every direction. Even Reid Avenue in
downtown Port St. Joe, was packed with cars where
people parked them and walked to the park for the
fireworks. .
The evening started about three hours before the
fireworks were set off,"by the Lions Club, which sold
sandwiches and cold drinks and the Ministerial
Association, which gave away balloons during the
evening.
Port St. Joe's Volunteer Fire Department set off the
fireworks, shooting them out over the bay, causing them
to be visible for miles along the coast.


bished


Getting New Facade
ing windows in the building Wastewater Ti
and refurbishing the walls, and continuati
The building has beeti neg- the dike arou
elected for several years ,be- pond at the pla
cause of lack of use. The bills incurred
building is now used by the under way to0
Community Services Depart- portion of then
ment for some of its activities. The City was
Tuesday's meeting was sort insurance car
of a "holiday" session, and all basurance comurt o
business was taken care of in Davis family court o
less than an hour. Most of the Davis famly a
items of business had to doC The company
with 'getting underway with City the courts
dredging operations at the (Continued


treatment plant
on of work on
nd the settling
nt. Payment of
by the work
ok up a good
meeting ,time.
notified by its
rier that the
pany would be
n July 25 in the
accident case.
y advised the
s had granted,
On Page 3)


Water Management

Asks for rnmoanl


of the stipulations for setting
up the public hearing was that
opponents to the dam removal
should file a brief of their
reasons why removal permis-
sion should not be granted.
Proponents for dam removal
would study the opposition's
reasoning to present their own
case in favor of dam removal.
All of this had to be done by a
certain date.
That "certain date" has
already passed by with no
word being heard from those
,objecting to the dam's remov-
al. According to the rules of'
the court, the objectors have,
exhausted their time to file a
list of reasons on which they
are basing their objections.
In effect, their failure to file
the written notices allows'
those who favor dam removal,
to win their case for removal
permission.
Those opposing removal of
the dam claim its removal
would turn the Dead Lakes
area into a cypress swamp.
and would ruin property val-
ues alongside the lakes.
Since the objectors to dam
removal didn't file their objec-
tions to, permission being
given for removal, the faction
which favors removal of the
dam has filed a motion asking
that the hearing be abolished
(Continued On Page 3)


The Northwest Florida Wat-
er Management Board has
asked. that a planned public
hearing be abolished. The
subject'of the hearing was to
have been discussion of whe-
ther or not to remove the Dead
Lakes Dam. This latest action
on the long-rinning controver-
sial matter, was brought to
light last week when the Water
Management District asked
the court,to remove the need
foi a public hearing, which
stood in the way of approval
being granted to give permis-
sion for removal of the dam.
The permit was not to be
an order to remove the
dam but to grant permis-
sion for its removal at
some time in the future,
should 'the Dead Lakes
committee decided this
was the proper course to
follow.
The former Dead Lakes
Water Management Commit-
tee had asked for permission
to remove the dam from the
Northwest Florida Water
Management Committee. The
state committee had original-
ly given its permission to
remove the dam, but objec-
tions sprung up which caused
the Water, Management Com-
mittee to set a public hearing
on the matter in August. One


.


With Governor's Veto


raise through local taxes", Wilder said.
"We have to abide by the TRIM bill for
taxing, which sets specific time-tables
for doing these things. We're not going
to be able to meet our deadlines, if a
break doesn't come soon", Wilder said.
STATE MONEY
Wilder pointed out 'the school'
budget in Gulf County is a good size
financial program. "When you're deal-
ing with a $6 million operation, you
have a lot of responsibility to meet each
and every week", the Superintendent
said. "If we fail to meet our financial
obligations for a. period of time for
whatever -reason, we cause a lot of
people a lot of hardship." :
Wilder pointed out the state delay
on funding causes a tremendous
hardship with any school district in the
state. "About 65 precent of our funds
come from state sources", the Superin-
tend said. "If that source of supply is
stopped, we are in a financial bind."
Wilder said the school district has
already placed a large order of supplies
to begin school with. "We ordinarily
make up our largest order of the year
before the teachers get gone for the


summer, with instructions for delivery
in late July or early August. This means
a considerable outlay of money in late
August or early September for equip-
ment and supplies to start the school
year with. If we don't have the money to
pay these bills, we and others could
suffer," Wilder pointed out.
TO AUTHORIZE LOAN
. Wilder said school would start,
even if it had to start on borrowed
money. "This way would be expensive.
We would never recover that interest
money", he said.
The Superintendent said he would
be asking the School Board for
authorization to make a loan to start
school with, should the state money not
be released in time to pay the first of
the school year bills. "The Board will
be meeting next Tuesday, and I'll be
asking them for the authority to borroiw
the money to start school. If the state
money isn't released, we will have no
alternative, except to leave school
closed."
The superintendent emphasized,
"We're not desperate right now, but it
won't take us long to get desperate".


Flood In surance

City Now Officially Covered to Full Limits


The Federal Emergency Manage-,
ment Agency (FEMA) announced 'last
week that effective June 24, 1983, Port
St. Joe has been reinstated? t(' the.
Regular phase of the National Ilood
Insurance Program. 'The full limits of
flood insurance coverage are 'now
available to any property owner located
within Port St. Joe. Coverage available
on a single family residential structure,
for example, has now been increased
from maximum of $35,000 under the
emergenicyprogramnt a maximum -of
$185,000 under Regular Program sta-
, tus. Similar increases for other types of
Structures are also available. Tenants
may also obtain additional coverage for
their personal property against flood
loss.
According to Glenn C. Woodard,.Jr.,


Director, Natural and Technologial
Hazards Division of FEMA's Atlanta
: Regional Office, flood coverage may be
written by any licensed property and
Scasualtyinsurance agent in'the State of
Florida. The National Flood Insurance
Program, created by Congress in 1968,
provides owners of residential and
small business properties with the only
means of obtaining insurance against
flood risk. Flood damages are not only
included in a general homeowners
policy, W6odard advises. The premi-
ums are based upon the location and-or
elevation of a particular property in
accordance with the Flood Insurance
Rate Map, a copy of which is available
for public inspection from your local
community officials.


The acceptance of Port St. Joe into
the Regular Phase *of the National
Flood Insurance Program is a result of
a recently completed Flood Insurance
Study by the Federal Emergency
Management Agency and the subse-
quent adoption of Flood Plain Manage-
ment Regulations by Port St. Joe. The
flood plain management efforts are
designed to reduce flood damage
potential by placing proper construc-
tion standards on new development in
flood plains.
For further information on insurance
coverage contact your local insurance
representative or telephone the region-
al office Natural and Technol6gical
Hazards Division in Atlanta at (404)
881-2391.


Rotary Officers
Rotarians had a new slate of officers take over


management of the club last Thursday. The new officers will
serve throughiJune of next year. Shown, from left to right
are: John Miller, vice-president; George Y. Core, treasurer;
Frank Pate, presidebntand Jim McNell, III, secretary.
--Star photo


T h o u sa n ...... .. , .... . a..... ... ..... ;

thousands Gat. he


In City Park for Fireworks Display Monday


St. Joe Paper


Takes Over

Gulf Company

Control of the Gulf Telephone Company of Perry was
officially transferred to St. Joe Paper Company last
week in the law offices of Lewis W. Petteway in
Tallahassee.
All of the common stock of Gulf Telephone was
purchased by St. Joe Paper Company, following final
regulatory approval by the Florida Public Service
Commission on June 15 of this year.
Later, on Wednesday, June 22, following meetings
held in Port St. Joe, St. Joe Paper Company announced
the following new officers and directors were elected:
Directors: J. C. Belin, E. Tom Ford, B. R. Gibson, Jr., J.
Wayne Hendrix, Robert E. Nedley and John H.
Vaughan. Officers are: B. R. Gibson, Jr., President;
Vice-presidents E. Tom Ford and Robert E. Nedley; R .
A. Anderson, Secretary and E. C. Brownlie, Treasurer.
Elected as Assistant Secretaries were Mrs. Lillie M.
Land arid Mrs. Dean G. Stevens.
John HI Vaughan was named General Manager of
Gulf Telephone Company. Mr. Vaughan is currently
President of Florala Telephone Company which St. Joe
Paper Company is also to acquire. Official closing date
on Florala; Telephone is now set for July 28, after the -
necessary regulatory approval was obtained last week
on June 28.
Gulf Telephone was chartered in 1911, and had been
owned by the Cox.family almost from its beginning. St.
Joe. Paper Company successfully negotiated the
purchase earlier this year after the family and heirs
decided to sell the company following the death in 1982 of
its. then President, E. L. Cox., Jr. St. Joe Paper
Company announced that Gulf would continue to operate
as a separate entity, but that through its common
ownership of both St. Joseph Telephone and Telegraph
and Gulf Telephone, management and operating
efficiencies can be realized by both companies to the
benefit of their customers and to the parent company as
well.
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:Editorials and Comments


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1983


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Services Will be



Sparse

interesting for us to note that strict privacy and the ability to do
ple who live at the beach what we want without disturbing the
larly the beaches at the sensibilities of others.
end of the county are up in, It's easy for someone who lives
bout those "rowdies" who, at the beach to sit and look at his
ip and down the beach expanse of beautiful white sand, his
ring the lives of people blue sparkling water and pick up sea
L in the area and object to shells from his little section* of
driving vehicles uR and down beach. If someone trespasses on that
ch. ' small piece of property, the owner
us be the first to agree that thinks a Sheriff's Deupty should be
tice may not be the proper sitting right there to make an arrest
do, especially where it or chase the trespasser off the
rs the life of those who property.
to walk up and down the - Most beach property in Gulf
County is still 20 minutes or so away
let's use a little fair play from the hub of things, even by fast
his "demand" which has car. It takes some time to react and
I toward clearing the beach- people have to realize that.
ffic and particularly unsafe Our beaches are beginning to
and reckless driving up and get crowded and in all likelihood will
e sandy stretches. need some personal attention from
re are beaches all along one law enforcement a short time down
Gulf County. So far. as the road. More law attention is going
are concerned, we have to require more taxes to pay the
an just a few miles of the bills-which the beach people pay
expanses of sand to , be in abundance, it is true. Still the bulk
d, walked on, sunbathe of the taxes in Gulf County are paid
speed, cut doughnuts, race, by people who don't live at the beach
ick sea oats, etc. and they would howl to high heaven
u want to do something on a if taxes were levied to put 'law
ithout-being seen or getting enforcement "way out there where,
we have enough beach for nobody lives to-stand around and
probablyy get by with it. wait for someone to do something
)u wanted to spend the week wrong".
the beach, in all likelihood Most of our people who live at
d do it without being seen by our beaches do so because it is
r, although this chance is peaceful, quiet, removed . . . even
slimmer and slimmer each from the Sheriff and Police Depart-
s is the big problem; there ment and as long' as the area is
nning to be more people on '"removed" its services are going to


ches than is conducive to


be sparse.


Useless Exha Session


Governor Bob Graham, the
cGovernor who has prided himself in
keeping in touch with the people, has'
�vetoed : he education. budget bill,
.effectively delaying paying for any
Beginning of the school process.
- You see, school starts in Florida
--so far as paying for it is
cconcerned-in July. That means
.school started in Florida some seven
days ago and no budget to fund it
'with.
: We thought Governor Graham
:had done a.pretty good job with his
'work days, keeping up with the-
ithinking of the people and enjoying a
rapport with them few Governors
�had enjoyed in the past. But if
-Governor Graham thinks the word
3he is getting is "tax more" even for
something as near and dear to the
people as schools, the Governor had
better reassess his method of
staying on the pulse of the people.
We hardly think the Legislature


defied the Governor on this issue
because they might not have liked
him. Even many of our Legisla-'
tors are not all that adept at
keeping up with what their constitu-
ents feel, but when they tell the
Governor the people don't want any
more taxes at this time, he had
better believe them ... particularly
if he has plans of running for
Senator as soon as he gets through
being Governor.
The Governor could have ap-
proved the budget last week, with a
grumble, and everyone would have
been pacified that the best was done
which could be done. The Governor'
could'have kept his promise simply
because he "had to sign a financial.
plan he didn't like". Now, it's a'
different story.
We're not rightly sure if the
people of Florida can be expected to
forget a useless extra session in only
a little more than a year, or not.


First Class Mullet Wrapper
It's not every paper which makes the august company of the suitable
mullet wrappers. A wrapper for a mullet, the staple fish of the South, must
meet certain qualifications in order to qualify. Not every paper can scale out


There ain't nothing in the
world like true love and home
grown tomatoes. I would
imagine that most of you have
heard the song, "Home Grown
Tomatoes" by now. If, by
chance, you haven't, then you
must buy the record or listen
to your favorite or local
.country music station. It is a
big hit in more ways than one.
I have. been fascinated for
years by people 'who grow
their own tomatoes. I have
seen people plant 'them in
buckets on the back porch.
When there was . no other
place, I have seen them plant
them under the eaves of their
houses and guard them with
their lives. One man even
bought a small greenhouse so
he could have fresh home
grown tomatoes year round. It
is not a recent thing, this
fascination with home grown
tomatoes!
The tomato was first dis-
covered in China in the year


1376 by a man named Mato
Sea Tonge. The plant was
rather large and Mato stump-
.ed his toe on it while walking
through a rice paddy. The pain
was unbearable and Mato
screamed as loud as he could.
The town doctor, who 'lived
next door, heard the cry and
rushed in the direction from
whence the scream came.
Another neighbor, who was
walking by, stopped the doctor
and asked him where he was
going. The doctor, without
knowing it, made the state-
ment that named the fruit. He
said, "To Mato, he is hurt!"
Later that day when Mato
had pulled the plant with little
green fruits on it and brought
it home he realized he had
made an important discovery.
The fruit began to turn red.
'This redness, Mato thought,
was the blood from his big toe,
and he called all of his.
neighbors in, and in honor of
the doctor named the fruit


as a genuine, Florida mullet wrapper. The Star was tested recently.at the
Mullet Festival in Keaton Beach in 'Taylor County, and passed the
specifications for mullet wrappers with flying colors. The above
certificate, attests to The Star's capabilities to wrap up a mullet with the
best of them . . . after you get through reading it, of course.


tomato. All of these facts may
not be exactly right, but they
are close enough. . .
Anyway, the plant was soon
brought to America with a
boat load of emigrants who
were coming to America to
open chain of laundries. Like
most contraband, tomatoes
were in great demand. Before
long tomato farms began to
spring up everywhere. The
problem, however, was that it
was just about impossible to
get the. fruit to all the
customers fresh. Soon work-
ers were sneaking tomatoes
out and planting them at
home. Some even sold them
for profit. One employee later
opened a tomato seed disribu-
torship and made millions.
This prohibition type fasci-
nation with tomatoes lingers
on today. My neighbor is a
tomato fanatic. When he first
started it was two plants a
year; now he is up to fifty and


by conservative estimates, his bought- they are Home
tomatoes cost him $3.69 a Grown Tomatoes, and that do
piece. But they ain't store make a difference!!l




LET TERMS . . .


Skeptical of Receiving

Personalized Attention -


"Oh, Say Can You See"
Commissioner Everett Owens
driving down the beach? Yes-
Yes-Yes. Was he lollygagging
and the sort? No-No-No. Was
he within the law? Ha-Ha-Ha.
Did he scold violators? Ya-Ya-
Ya.
In the near future, Gulf
County Beach users. can be
expected, by the law, to be
protected. Signs are to be
posted. The beach patroled.
Maybe commissioners will
issue tickets. -
"Commissioner Owens
knows the Sheriff will work
with the Commissioners". I
doubt if the Sheriff is provided
with enough money to set up
speed traps on the beach.
Beach residents are wasting
their time in petioning. For
years they have been getting


lip service only. I guess not,
enough of the good-old-boys
want law and order on the
beach!
Clyde R. Branson

Insurance Claims
Assistance Available
Bill Gunter, State Insurance
Commissioner, has announced
that 1512 people contacted the
Panama City Service Office
during the month of June.
Citizens with questions and
complaints about -insurance
can receive assistance by
calling 904-763-4601 in Panama
City. The office is located at
231 East 4th Street and
provides service for Bay,
Gulf, Franklin and Walton
Counties.


Mutt and J

'- TWO OLD FRIENDS have died and
the world is worse for their dying.
. After 75 years the comic strip,
''Mutt and Jeff" has been laid to rest
ind the world of comic strips will not
lnd their replacement.
- _Seventy-five years . . . that should
� e some sort of record for comic strips,
don't you think? For 75 years, tall,
gawky "Mutt" did his awkward thing,
*ihije little pixie "Jeff" had a good time
ind tried to encourage "Mutt" to
have fun also.
"Mutt" was forever being exasper-
ated over the things "Jeff" did, but it
didn't matter much to "Jeff". He
enjoyed life while "Mutt" did his best to
get him to take it serious.
Mutt and Jeff had only one goal in-
l..ife-to cause their many readers to
enjoy their daily episodes and forget
heir troubles for a while.
. I don't suppose there are many
people in the United States, who are
over the age of 21, who don't remember
I utt and Jeff and remember them with
fondness. They were the "Snuffy
Smith" or the "Doonesbury" of their
S ay: not from content, but from
popularity. The only thing "Snuffy
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eff Pass Away; Time Is Changing; Beetle Threatens Comeback
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Smith" and "Mutt and Jeff" had in
common was that they both had a goal
in life-giving you a reason to pause
and chuckle each and every day. The
only thing "Mutt and Jeff" and


.other day, your trusty time-piece,
whether -it's an hour glass or an
accutron, is wrong today.
I remember back when George
Suber used to be actively employed


ETAOINSHRDLU

S By:We


"Doonsbury" had in common was that
they were both were printed on the
comic pages.
'" Although it's been a while since I
have seen a "Mutt an'd Jeff" strip, the
comic will remain a part of the many
things I will never forget.

I THOUGHT WE WERE through
with changing the time until the last
Saturday in October, but it's not so.
If you didn't set your clock back the


said it left no room for doubt. It had to
be 153 before the hour. There was no
doubt.
No doubt George still has that same
watch and probably enjoys whipping it


esley R. Rwisey.
� .' i -':_ .:.. "


with the AN Railroad. He has long since
retired from his duties as superinten-
dent of the road, but I remember when
he was still on the job.
Anybody around George could ask
the time arid before anyone could move,
George would whip out his official
looking pocket watch and give it a close
look before intoning, officially,' again,
� "It's 153 minutes after the hour".
You couldn't get much closer than
the official time and the way George


out just to verify the fact that he still
has the correct time, to the second, on
any given day at any given time. While
he isn't as quick to give you the benefit
of his inside information on what the
correct time is, I suspect George is still
just as smug as ever in the knowledge
that his watch carries the only correct
time to be found in a 100 mile radius.
At one point in time, I would have
believed that "Greenwich Mean" cal-
led George to get the latest version of


the correct time.
I wonder if George knows about the
time change, the other day? If he
doesn't, his trusty watch is now wrong.
I'm not going to tell him about it,
because it might hasten his demise
along were he to know that his watch is
wrong.
But, wrong it is if he didn't happen
to get the word that the time was
changed the other day.
It is no longer 15% past the hour
when the watch gets there. It is now
15% past the hour LESS ONE SEC-
OND!
According to the information I
received the other day, so I could set
my watch, Greenwich Observatory set
THE clock by which the world turns,
back by one second.
We have to do that every few years
or so, you understand, because of the
slightly uneven rotation of the earth, in
order to keep clocks and solar time
together.
Next thing you notice, someone is
going to suggest that we try to
straighten out that slight flaw in the
earth's rotation so we won't have to
adjust our clocks every few years.
++++


I'VE NEVER HAD ONE nor have I
ever wanted one, but for those of you
who do, the VW bug is coming back in a
limited edition.
I didn't know this, but the "Bug"
was smashed by the 'Environmental
Protection Agency because it couldn't
meet the emissions standards set for
automobiles by the EPA. I didn't know
that!
Now, some promoters have learned
to equip the "Bug" so it will meet
emission standards and they're trying
to get in production in VW's Mexican
plant. VW has even given the new firm
their blessings to produce the car for
U.S. trade if they can.
The new version of the "Bug"
should be an immediate favorite since
it will cost only about $2,500 each to
produce the car once again. '
Does that sound like a bargain in
this day of the $7,000-up automobile?
The only catch is that by the time the
gadgets are put on the car to make it
omply wi t the EPA emission stan-
dards, the car will cost from $7,000 to
$10,000.
Of course, that's part of the reason
your American automobile costs so
much, too.


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.


July 7
July
July 9
July 10
July 11
July 12
July 13
July 14


High Low
9:27 a.m. 8:01p.m.
10:09a.m. 8:50p.m.
10:55 a.m. 9:42 p.n.
11:49a.m. 10:36p.m.
12:39p.m. 11:29p.m.
1:30p.m.
2:19p.m. 12:15 am.
3:01p.m. 12:50a.m.


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Dam

(Continued From Page 1)
and permission for removal of
the dam be granted. The
motion, to abolish the public
hearing, was filed by the
anti-dam forces on June 29.
"One of the first things the
new Dead Lakes committee
did when they took over the
management of the Lakes in
March, was to agree to go
ahead with the hearing which
had already been set by the
state agencies. Chairman,
William Linton, who was one
of those opposed to removal of
the dam, said at the time, "I
think we should go ahead and
have the hearing." -
S: + ++++
' The Dead Lakes Water
Management District will
hold a special meeting in
Wewahitchka, next Thurs-
'day, July 14 at 6:30' p.m.,
local time, in the Wewa-
hitchka City Hall.
The committee will dis-
cuss cutting openings in the
dam; application to the
Northwest Florida Water
* Management Diitrict to
remove the dam; restoring
the rip-rap at the west end
:of the dam and financial
obligations to the mortgage
holder.

All the Dead Lakes Water
Management District meet-
ings are open to the public.


City

(Continued From Page 1)
Robert Leroy Davis, Sr., and
Robert Leroy Davis, Jr., a
new trial in their damage suits
against the City in which one
man was killed and Robert
Leroy Davis, Jr., was severely
injured in an automobile acci-
dent with a City fire truck.
" The entire case is being
handled by the City's insur-
ance company, but they keep
the City notified on proceed-
ings in the matter.
The City was also notified
Tuesday night by the Federal.
Emergency Management'
Agency that it had been
approved for regular cover-
age with flood insurance.
: Another story concerning this
situation is located elsewhere
on this page.


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Propagating



House Plants


BY ROY LEE ,CARTER
County Extension Director
Most homeowners are look-
ing for economical ways to
replace or increase their
selection of house plants. One
wayqis propagation. Propaga-
tion, which is the word for
reproducing plants, often
scares people, but it should
not. Simply, it means obtain-
ing new plants from old ones,
and there are several ways
this is done-- all relatively
simple. Many different plant
parts can be used, including
seeds, leaves, stem pieces,.
bulbs and root pieces. Most
liouse plants can be propa-
gated from at least one of
these plant parts. My informa-
tion for this article was
.provided' by Extension Horti-
culturist Dr. Robert J. Black..
There are two -basic me-
thods of plant propagation:
sexual, by seed' and vegeta-
tive; or asexual, by means of
some vegetative 'part, such as
a shoot,, root, or leaf.
House plants are seldom
propagated from seed. Most
houseplantst, particularly foli-
-age plants, are not grown in an
environment conducive to
flowering. The inadequate
light, high night temperature,
and low humidity found in
most homes doesn't favor the
build-up of carbohydrate
needed to initiate flowers.
Therefore, few of the plants
flower and produce viable
seed.
The most common and
satisfactory method to propa-
gate house plants is from
cutting. A cutting is a portion
of a plant taken from a parent
plant. There are many types
of cuttings, but the most
commonly used are those
made from stems and leaves.
Leaf cutting are .of two
types- those where new
plants arise from the leaf
blade, such as sansevieria
(Snake plant), rex begonia,
and Kalanchoe; and those
'where the roots and shoots_-

OBITUARY'


arise from the base of the
petiole, such as African Violet
and Gloxinia.
Sansevieria leaves may be
cut into sections about two to
three inches long, and stuck in
a moist rooting medium (mix-


CARTER
ture of � peat and % sand)
about one inch. It is important
that the section remains right
side up. Roots and shoots will
form from the section, and
should be removed from the
leaf section when it is three to
four inches high. The varie-
gated ,Sansevieria will not
reproduce true, to type using
this method. To retain its
characteristic, it must be
propagated by division of the
original plant.
Leaves of rex begonia and
otherlibrous begonias develop
young plants from their pri-
mary veins. Make small cuts
across the larger veins on the
undersurface of the leaf. Then
lay the leaf right side up on a
moist medium. Use hair pins
or wire tb hold the leaf in
contact with the medium. New
shoots would appear in about
two weeks. When the new
shoots are two to three inches
high they can be transplanted.
African violet and gloxinias
can be propagated using en-
tire leaf (leaf blade plus
petiole) cuttings. Cut the leaf
from the plant leaving 1�
inches of petiole attached to
the leaf. Plant the leaf cutting
upright, and at an angle.


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.r unerai services neiu

ood For Mrs. W.E.P. Parker

R ko tar ' Mrs. W. E. P. Parker, 61, of ville, Jean Cook Wilson of
? : Port St. Joe, died Saturday, Wichita, Kan., and Harriet
SJuly 2. at Bay Medical Center Reid of Sunnvmead. Calif.:


Ye ar .
Outgoing Rotary president,
Bill Crawford, told the club as
he presided at his last meeting
of the year last Thursday, that
the club'had reached its mem-
bership goal for the year and
had a banner year of activity.
Crawford said that at the
beginning of the fiscal year
last July, the club set a goal of
30 members to be reached
during the past year. Craw-
ford said the increase in
membership was a net gain of
seven over the past year.
In announcing the new slate
of directors for the coming
year, Crawford named Rev.
.Dave Fernandez, Wayne Tay-
lor and Rand'Wortman as new
directors and Dr. Wayne
S Hendrix, Mark Tomlinson and
Jim McNeill, III as second'
year directors.
Officers for the coming year
will be Frank Pate, president;
John Miller, vice-president;
George Core, secretary and
Jim McNeill, III, secretary.-.
In assuhning the post of
president, Pate said the club
had just come through one of
its more active years and
* outlined several projects
which the clubwould consider
undertaking during the.com-
ing year. One project which
will be continued, will be
securing a new home for the
Boy Scout Troop. A building
has .been secured andit will
now be the job of the club to
move the building and refur-
bish it for use by the scouts.
Guests ,of tlhe: club last.,
Thursday were Dan Ray of
Ocala and Dr. Crowder Chap-
man of Brownsville, Tenn.
'jLivin'g well is the best
revenge." George Herbert


after an extended illness. She
was a native of Savannah,
Ga., and had moved to Jack-
sonville in 1956 where she
worked in the insurance busi-
ness for 18 years. She then
moved to Port St. Joe where
she had lived for the past eight
years. She was president of
the Port St. Joe Art Guild, a
member of the Port St. Joe
Garden Club, and the St.
James Episcopal Church La-
dies Auxiliary. She also was
the bookkeeper for St. Joseph
Bay Country Club.
Survivors include: her hus-
band, William E. P. Parker of
Port St. Joe; three daughters,
Elizabeth Marsh of Jackson-


two stepdaughters, Gayle P.
Landrum of Bainbridge, Ga.,
and Paula Parker of Valdosta,
Ga.; two sons, George T. Cook
of Jacksonville, and Richard
C. Parker of Port St. Joe; one
sister, Jean Gardner Cleve-
land of Savannah, Ga.; and
nine grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, July 5, at 1- p.m.
EDT at the St. James Episco-
pal'Church of Port St. Joe with
Rev. John Wiley officiating.
Interment followed at Holly
Hill Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Gilmore Funeral
Home of Port St. Joe.


Most house plants root'well
from a stem cutting. Cutting
of four to six inches in length
should be taken from healthy,
vigorously growing 'plants.
Make a clean cut about V4 or �
below a node (Joint) with a
sharp knife. Ayoid crushing
the stems. Remove leaves
from one to two inches above
the cut end of the cutting. This
makes it easier to stick and
reduces water loss from. the
cutting.
To hasten rooting, you can
dip the cut end in a rooting
hormone. Stick the cut end of
the cutting in a rooting
medium about one to 11'
inches deep and firm the
medium so that the cutting
remains upright.
Stem cuttings can be rooted
in plastic bags or in containers
covered with plastic bags. The
plastic cover allows the cut-
ting to breathe but prevents
loss of water.
The plastic covered contain-
er should 'be set in a warm,
well lighted place, but not in
direct sunlight. Transplant
cuttings to individual pots
when roots are about Wto one
inch long. Most cuttings will
be rooted from two to 18 weeks
after sticking.

Man Suffers

Severe Burns
Don Dort of Mexico Beach,
, was taken to a Panama City
hospital Saturday with second
and third degree burns on his
legs and chest as the result of
an explosion on board a boat
Saturday.
. Dort was preparing to start
the motor on his boat at
Mexico Beach Marina, when
apparently fuel fumes which
accumulated in the hull of the
boat, exploded, burning Dort.
Gulf County Ambulance
took Dort to the hospital,
where he is still a patient. He
was reported to be recovering
-well yesterday morning.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1983


Spraying
/
the program will be flown
parallel to and a short dis-
tance behind the beaches.
All aircraft are properly
licensed and operated in com-
pliance with rules and regula-
tions to the Federal Aviation
Administration. There is no
danger to persons or property
by the spray being applied.
Dog flies become concen-


PAGE THREE


for Dog Flies


treated on the beaches when
north winds bring them from
breeding sites in agricultural
areas to the north and occa-
sionally from piles of sea-
weeds along bayshores. The
flies are known to fly over 100
miles. They leave the beaches
and plague homeowners when
the wind blows from the Gulf;
therefore, to be effective the


spray must be applied quickly
while the flies are concen-
trated on the beaches.
This is a safe program
which offers effective control
of this important pest in- th
West Florida area.
Questions regarding the pro-
gram should be addressed "to
Dog Fly Control, 3920 Frank-
ford Avenue, Panama City, Fl


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The Entomology program of
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County Mosquito Control Dis-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1983


Child Learning Center Taking

Applications for 83-84 School
Iz: The Gulf County Child De- ter is now accepting applica- session. This facility offers a Title XX pro
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- SPIRITUAL - The gifts of the Spirit operate freely in the :
services, and a deep sense of God's,
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church is soul-winning.
EDUCATIONAL -. Christian education holds a high
priority in our church program. Spirit-
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knowledge of God's word Into every heart.
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day-care service for children
ages three to five.
The center is operated on a
schedule most convenient to
working and college parents,
and the children are given a
nutritious breakfast, hot
lunch, and two snacks daily.
Also to further meet the
needs of the citizenry of Gulf
County, the center has con-
tracted with the Bay County
4-C Council to participate in
the Title XX program, a
federally funded program
sponsored by the government.
Under this enrollment plan,
the government pays all or
part of the child's day-care
fees if the parent or guardian
is working, attending school or
college, or physically or mern-
tally disabled. These fees are
pro-rated according to family
income. At this time there are
11 slots available under the


center for a n
$5 per day.
So; if you ai
state license(
well-trained s
ned, sequent
and structure
then contact
Child Deve
Learning Cen
are interest
being involve
health program
ses proper uil
tal care, this
and your chil
For further
enrollment d
rested- person
the center dir
from 7:45 AJ.
Monday thru
by the center
Old Washing
Complex loca
and Peters St


Author to Autograph Copies of
H:r New, Boo. Hl-., urrw nej Season ng
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SYer r The Gulf County Public
Library Advisory .Board is
g sponsoring a reception, and
gram. However, autograph signing for Mickey
can attend the (Thompson) Friedman, Port
maximum fee of St. Joe High School Class of
1962,. on Thursday, July 7,
are looking for a from 4-7 p.m. in the Multi-
d center with a purpose Room of the Gulf
;taff and a plan- County Public Library, Port
ially developed, St. Joe. Mickey is the daugh-
red curriculum, ter of Laura A. Geddie.
the Gulf County Mickey's' first novel, a my-
elopment and stery entitled "Hurricane Sea-
iter. Also, if you son"' was recently published
d in your child by E. P. Dutton. According to
d in a pre-school -"Kirkus Reviews": "Murder
am which stres- inPalmetto, Fla., 1952- dank,
itrition andden- sleepy spot on the Gulf of
center is for you Mexico that memorably evo-
*d. ked in this wry, lean downbeat
information and mystery debut- sterling dia-
letails, all inte- logue, drily comic atmos-
ns may contact here, but a pulse of grim
rector at 229-8060 reality, too."
M. to 3:45 P.M., Books will be available at
Friday, or come $13.95, with the proceeds to
r located in the benefit the Gulf County Public
ton school site Library.
ted on Avenue D The public is invited to
street. attend.
One week after publication,
Dutton has gone back to press
for additional copies of "Hur-
ricane Season", the novel that
* ," .. his been called "wry,", "drily
* comic," and "darkly, crisply
disarming" by "Kirkus Re-
views", and "an auspicious
debut" by "Publishers Week-
ly".


Deborah and Tony


Engaged

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. The bride's maternal grand-
Parsons of Port St. Joe, and parents are Ms. Janie Ri-
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle E. Smith chardson and the late Mr.
of Denham Springs, La. are Norman Duncan of Sylacau-
proud to announce the engage- ga, Alabama, and paternal
ment and approaching marri- grandparents are Mr. and
age of their daughter, De- Mrs. James Henry Smith, also
borah Sue to Anthony Earl of Sylacauga.
Justice, son of Mr. and Mrs. The groom's maternal
Ruel Roy Whitehurst of Ft. grandparents are the late Mr.
Walton Beach. and Mrs. Roy F. Irwin of Port
The wedding will take place St. Joe, and paternal grand-
at the First United Methodist parents are the late Roy and
Church of Port St. Joe on Ruth Whitehurst.
August 27th at 4:00 E.S.T. Both Deborah and Tony are
Friends of the couple are residents of Port St. Joe.
invited to share in this joyous Deborah is a 1981 graduate of
occasion when they exchange Port St. Joe High School, and
their vows and begin their new Tony is a 1975 graduate of
life together. Choctaw High School of Ft.
I Walton.
After the wedding they plan
to reside here in Gulf County
where they are both presently
live___YOemployed.


V.F.W. Sets

Meetings
John C. Gainous Post No;
10069 V.F.W. and Ladies Auxi-
liary will hold their regular
stated meeting on the second
Tuesday and fourth Thursday
of each, month at the Post
Home, 115 5th Ave., Highland -
View.


Because these and other than anticipated. So, if you Season", do not despair--the
exceptional notices have have been unsuccessful in second printing will be avail-
sparked a sudden and enthu- getting a copy of "Hurricane able in early July.
siastic demand for this first
novel, Dutton's initial printing
disappeared more quickly
Pvt. Stephens

On Duty In,

Germany
Pvt. Angela F. Stephens,
daughter of Raymond and
Vern Stephens of 582 Gehu,
Road, Wewahitchka, has ar-
rived for duty in Kaiserlaiu
tern, West Germany.
Stephens, a combat tele-
communications center opera-
tor with the 5th Signal Com-
mand, was previously assign-%%
ed at Fort Gordon, Ga.
She is a 1978 graduate of
Wewahitchka High School.


The average guitar string has
a playing life of 40 hours.


Sissy Whitfield's

Water-


6M1elon Recipes
From
The Florida Watermelon Association
Watermelon season and summer are here. This popular,
nutritious fruit is a treat with all ages. The Florida
Watermelon Association has developed recipes for jellies and
preserves using this delightful treat. '..
Watermelon Jelly
Squeeze juice from melon.
Let set 4-5 days in refrigerator.
Measure out 4 cups of juice.
: Add 1 box of Sure Gel and 3 tablespoons of lemon juice. Let
"it come to a hard boil, then add 4 cups of sugar. Bring to a
hard boil for 3 to 4 minutes. Skim off foam, if any. Put into
jars and seal as soon as possible.
Cantaloupe Jelly
Squeeze juice from melons.
Let set 4 to 5 days in refrigerator.
Measure out 4 cups of juice.
Add 1 box of Sure Gel and 3 tablespoons of lemon juice. Let
it come to a hard boil, then add 4 cups of sugar. Bring to a
hard boil for 3 to 4 minutes. Skim off foam, if any. Put into
jars and seal as soon as possible.
S. Watermelon Preserves
I lb. watermelon rind cubes 2 cups sugar
, 2 quarts water 1 quart water
2T. lime (calcium oxide) � lemon
Trim off outer green skin and pink flesh, using only greenish-
white parts of rind. Cut rind into 1-inch cubes, and weigh.
Soak cubes for 3% hours in limewater (2 quarts water and 2
{ T. lime). Drain and place cubes in clear water 1 hour. Again,
drain off water and boil 1% hours in fresh water, then drain.
Make a syrup of 2 cups sugar and 1 quart water. Add rind and
boil I hour. As syrup thickens, add % lemon, thinly sliced, for
each pound of fruit. When the syrup begins to thicken and the
melon is clear, the preserves are ready. Pack preserves into
hot sterilized jars, add enough syrup to cover, and seal.


Be
careful

All the
time.


A Public Service of This Newspaper
& Tie Adverinm g Co.rdl


SHIRLEY AND TERRY

To ,,Wed

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ford are
proud to announce the engage-
ment and approaching marri-
age of their daughter, Shirley
Ann, to Terry Lee Brock, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas c-
Brock of St. Joe Beach.
Shirley is a 1983 graduate of
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School. Terry is employed by
his father, Brock Paving
Company.
The wedding will take place
Saturday, July 23, at 11:00 Sherwin-Williams
A.M. at St. James Episcopal
Church, mid-block Sixth PAINTS
Street, Port St. Joe. A recep- .
tion will follow in the Phrish Now At
House behind the church. W Stefr Auto
Local invitations are not being
sent, but all . friends and Phone 227-1105*
relatives are invited to attend.


Wedding Stationery


* Announcements and Invitations
* Reception and Respopse Cards
* At Home Cards and Informals
* Envelopes with Printed Return Address
* Thank You Notes * Thank You Scrolls
*Wedding Programs * Accessories
* Reception Items * Social Stationery


Everything
for the

Bride


THE STAR
306 Williams Avenue
Phone 227-1278


PETER C.IMBER, M.D.


Announces the Opening of His Office
The Port St Joe Family Practice Center


Monday, July 18, 1983
for Family Medicine
At 102 20th Street

APPOINTMENTS ACCEPTED
BEGINNING JULY 5

Office Phone 229-6500
,3tc6130


Sur-Way Electric

411 Reid Avenue.

Commercial, Residential"
Remodeling and

Service Work

CHARLES SOWELL

26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded
Call Shorty at

229-6798


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Spring, summer, fall, winter!
Everyone knows those are the four
seasons of the year. Right?
Not quite.
You could say that there's a fifth.
It's longer and it's potentially
devasting. It's the hurricane season.
It starts in June and lasts through
November and is especially
dangerous to Atlantic and Gulf Coast
states.
Every summer and early fall,
Mother Nature engages in her own
version of dodge ball when she hurls
hurricanes north from the tropics.
In.. reasedpopulation and more
coastal development create-,a need.
for better awareness and prepara-
tion this hurricane season.
Wind gusts have topped 160 mph in
some hurricanes, which are often
accompanied .by severe tornadoes.
Such tornadoes are among the worst
threats to life and destroyers of pro-
perty. During Hurricane Beulah, for
example, a record 115 tornadoes
were spawned during a five-day
period.. Sixty-seven of these tor-
nadbes occurred during a single day.
A hurricane may spend much of
its energy hitting the shoreline. The
storm surge causes most of life and
property damage.
Storm surge development takes
place over deep water, where the
drop in barometric pressure in the
storm center causes the sea to bulge.
A second action develops as hur-
ricane winds sweep across the sea
surface. This causes a swirling
movement of the surface water
which gradually goes down about 50
fathoms (300].


The maximum swirl moves
to the right of the hurricane's
eye (track), where winds
speeds are highest. There is no
change in sea level due to this
'swirling motion so long as the
water remains deeper than 50
fathoms.
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Advisories are .numbered consecutively for each
storm, and describe the present and forecast posi-
tion and storm intensity. Advisories are issued at
six-hour intervals-at 11 p.m., 5 a.m., 11 a.m. and 5
p.m. Bulletins provide additional information.
Each message gives the name, eye position, inten-
sity and forecast -movement of the tropical
cyclone.
Hurricane eye positions are given by latitude (for
example: 13.2 degrees North) and longitude (for
example: 57.8 degrees West), to the nearest one-
tenth of one degree. When the storm moves within
radar range, eye position may also be given as
statute miles and compass direction from a
specified point.
Whei you receive an advisory, note the number,
eye position, intensity and forecast direction of
movement in the table. Then mark the eye position
on the tracking chart. Because hurricanes change
direction very quickly, you should concentrate,
more on where the storm will go than where it has
been.


tions, and begins to pile up.
Peak surge heights are seen at
the shoreline about the time
the hurricane center reaches
land.
The maximum water swirl
occurs 10-20 miles to the right
of the storm track, near the
point of maximum wind
speeds. Thus, the greatest
danger from both winds and
surge usually is about 15 miles
right of the track.
The surge may lift the ocean
15 feet or more at the
coastline. -
Powerful, currents may
erode the beach, and move the
shoreline several hundred feet
inland.'
Where barrier islands exist,
the storm surge usually cuts
channels completely thi'ough
the islands.
Defenses against storm
surge are few. Sea walls and
strongly constructed buildings
offer some protection, but
they are not invincible.
Construction near water
should be on deep pile founda-
tions to survive a major hur-
ricane. Many homes built on
slab foundations have been
destroyed, whereas others
nearby on pilings have surviv-
ed. Building near the shore in
an area of rapid erosion-is ask-
ing for trouble.
Preparing for a major
disaster on the Florida coast
requires planning and action
by all involved entities. It
must include careful prepara-
tion by officials of how, when
and where to move people
under constantly changing
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: "A tart temper never mellows with age, and a sharp
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NEW BETHEL .
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146 Avenue C Phone 227.1213
Rev. James W. Williams. Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .... .. ..... . 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP . . . ... 11 00 A.M.
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Constitution and Monument'Ate. -''. .
Port St,. Joe. Florida
Rev. Alvinu N. Harbour, Pastor
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Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor

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Sixteenth STreet and Forrest ParkAvenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 10-00 A.M
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ....... 11:00 A.M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday - 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyory
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1601 LONG AVENUE
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Pastor Minister of Music & Youth






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September 11, 1911, on Cape San Bias beach and remained there, until late 1929
f . n when it was destroyed by fire. Needless to say, this picture \as made a long
Cape San Blas time ago and'was furnished to The Star by Dena M. Bobe of Indian Pass.


'Canes

(Continued from Page 5)
to reduce exposure of lives
and property is needed.-
While there is nothing
anyone can do to move a house
out'of the path of a hurricane,
a checklist offers some sug-
gestions for protecting life and
limb >and. reducing damage.
These include:
Leave low-lying areas that
may be swept by high tides
and waves. If your escape
route is over a road likely to be
covered by water or likely to
be congested, don't delay
evacuation any longer than
necessary.
If you live in a mobile home,
check your tie-downs and
leave for - more substantial
shelter. If your mobile home
can be moved, take it to a safe
� place.
Moor your boat or move it to
a place where it will be safe.
Board. up your windows,
protect them with storm shut-
ters or place tape on them
from one corner diagonally to
another.
Secure all outdoor objects
that might be blown around.
This includes garbage cans,
garden tools, toys, signs;
porch furniture and other
seemingly harmless items
that can become missiles of
destruction in a hurricane.
Have at least one flashlight
in good condition, with extra
batteries readily available.
Check your portable radio.
This may be your only link
with the outside world for
some time. It will keep you ad-
vised of the storm's progress.
Stock a generous supply of
drinking water, extra canned
goods and nonperishable
foods.
If you rely on medicines of
any kind, make sure that you
have an extra supply. '

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TWO Men ArrestPedt l Tw


Separate Pot Charges


Peter Kent McClellan, age
26, of Clarksville, was arrest-
ed Wednesday of last week by
the Gulf County Sheriff's
Department and charged with
possession of marijuana with
intent to distribute, carrying a
concealed -firearm and pos-'
session of weapons while


engaged in a criminal of-
fense. McClellan is a resident
of Clarksville.
' The incident began when the
Gulf County Sheriff's De-
'partment received an pnony-
inous call on the drug hotline.
McClellan was stopped in
White City by Deputy James


S.S. Increase Is


Delayed
The automatic Social Se-
curity benefit increase based
on the cost of living, previous-
ly effective each July, will be
delayed for six months, to
January 1984 under a new law
designed to strengthen the
Social Security system, Ann
R. Kinard, Social Security
field representative for Gulf
County, said recently.
The purpose of the delay is
to save the system money and
to help it regain its financial
strnegth. Largely because of
economic conditions in recent
years, Social Security has had
an increasingly severe finan-
cial problem.
The new law is designed to
meet the problem both in" the
near-term and into the years
after 2000. Other changes
made by the new law provide
additional income to the sys-
tem. They include:
The Social Security tax rate
increase scheduled under pre-
vious law for 1985 will go into
effect in 1984. The new 1984
rate will be 7.0 percent each
for employees and employers,
up from the previous rate of
.6.7 percent. But, employees
.will, receive' a tax credit
against 1984. taxes of 0.3
percent, which will be given
when taxes are deducted from
wages. In effect, '1984 em-
ployee taxes will remain at the
level set under previous law.
Starting in 1984,. the Social
Security self-employment tax
rate will be equal to the
combined employee-employer
tax on wages, This will be 14.0
percent for 1984. Previously
the rate for, self-employed


6 Mos.
people was about I� times
the employee rate.
Under the new law, self-
employed people will receive
a self-employment tax credit'
of 2.7 percent of self-employ-
ment income for 1984; 2.3
percent for 1985, and 2.0
percent fqr 1986-1989. .


Mock and investigator Phil
McLeod. A search of the
vehicle revealed nine bags of
marijuana, packaged for re-
sale, 2.8 grams of substance
which appeared to be cocaine,
three rifles and three hand-
guns, all of which were
confiscated along with the 1979
Chevrolet pick-up.

Michael C. Johnson, age 24,
of St. Joe Beach was arrested
Thursday, June 30 at the Gulf
County Jail, according to the
office of Sheriff Ken Murphy.
Johnson, accompanied by his
attorney, surrendered himself
to Sheriff's authorities after a
warrant had been issued for
cultivation of marijuana.
, The charge grew out of an-
investigation on June 24 where
marijuana was found to be
growingin the bedroom of the
. Johnson residence on St. Joe
Beach.


"A friend is,: as it were; a Alice F. Johnson was also,
second self." Cicero arrested in the incident.. "

White City Church Plans

Vacation Bible School


White City First Baptist
Church would like to invite all
people of all ages to come and
participate in Bible study,
recreation and fellowship dur-
ing their Vacation Bible
School. VBS will be held from
6:00-8:30 p.m., EDST,- July
11-15. There will be Bible
study groups for Preschool,
through Adult ages. A nursery
will be provided nightly.
A VBS Kick-off Parade will
be held in White City Satur-
day, July 9at 9a.m. Everyone


is encouraged to come to the
church at that time and take
part in this exciting event.
Vacation Bible School is not
just an event for children. The
amount of Bible study that
takes place in VBS for one
week is equal to the amount a
person would gain from three
months regular attendance in
Sunday School. So, please
come and bring a friend and
join in VBS.
White City FBC is located on
Hwy'. 71 'in White City. Bro.
James Pate is pastor..


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CHARLES M. PARKER, Minister
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Men's Sofball
STournament
Gulf County Child Develop-
ment and Learning Center is
sponsoring a sixteen team
Double Elimination Softball
Tournament for men on July
8th and 9th.
Entry fee is $60.00 plus two
softballs. For more informa-
tion contact: Jewerline Farm-
er, 229-8524; Kloskie Lowery,
227-1543; or John Crosby,
229-8983.

Benefit Softball

Tournament
Gulf County Child Develop-
ment and Learning Center is
sponsoring a twelve team
Double Elimination Softball
Tournament for women on
July 29th and 30th.
' Entry fee is $60.00 plus two
softballs. For more informa-
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THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1983


PAGE SEVEN


Fourth of July Independence Day A Success


rowing byballoon), Rev. Dave Fernandez Rev. Howard One of the colorful salutes bursts In the air, sending out a colorful shower of stars and '
Tracy Browning (hidden by balloon), Rev. Dave Fernandez, Rev. Howard streamers over the audience at the City Park Monday night.
Browning (behind tank), Rev. Dan Duncan and Fred Goebert, blow up balloons _
to be given away to kids. They picked the right preachers to gas up the ,
balloons!


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Another of the many salutes which were touched off by Lions club members Greg Turner, Ken Murphy, Mel;
the Volunteer Firemen bursts overhead, sending out a loud Magldson, Glenn Williams and Jay Stevens dish up barbecue
report and sending out a shower of colorful lights.. sandwiches.


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Margaret Biggs Wins


Margaret Key Biggs of
White City came home from
the National Federation of
State Poetry Societies conven-
tion at Scottsdale, Arizona,
during the last week in June
with a large share of awards.
Mrs. Biggs won First Place
in the Alabama category for a
love poem concerning the
loftier aspects titled, "A Ritu-
al of Spring." A poem about
the season of autumn titled,
"Confession of a Seductress"
placed third in the Arkansas


contest. .Other poems won
certificates in the Leona Jones
Smith Memorial Award, the
West Virginia Poetry Society
Award, the Carl I. Nelson
Award, the Random Rhyme
Award, and the Beymorlin
Sonnet Award:
Representing the State of
Florida, Mrs. Biggs was an
official delegate to the conven-
tion. She also served as
Co-ordinator of the Small
Press Information Exchange


Awards for Poetry
panel and was honored by tered various contests and
being seated at the head table. won over ten percent of the
Eighty Floridian poets en- prizes.


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SELF MEDICATIONS
UA POTENTIAL DANGER

Even physicians are far: from agreement about the
practice of self-medication. If everyone went to their
doctors at every sign of illness it would be impossible
for the medical profession to handle the deluge of
patients that would descend upon them. The more
seriously ill would suffer'most for there would not be
1 enough of the time needed for them.
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night and Marianna woni front
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won by an 11-1 score Tuesday.
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. . . Board Of County Commissioners


Upon motion by Comm.
L Gortman, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved, the mi-
nutes of May 24, 1983.
Upod. request of Property
Appraiser Joyce Williams,
Comm: Gortman moved the
Board purchase mapping pa-
per, for the Property Apprai-
ser's Office, in the amount of
$100.00, to be paid from the
County Commission's budget.
Comm. Money seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously.
Building Inspector De-
Wayne Manuel discussed flood
insurance ordinance compli-
ance certification procedures
with the Board and Attorney
Rish.


CLINIC fr
Co
A twirling clinic will be held Saturday, July the
- 30, at Chapman Elementary gym, Apalachi- u
cola. DeeAihn Wilson, instructor and winner Ru
of over 500 awards, is a judge for Florida Bo
Bandmasters and NBTA, will teach all dir
levels of twirling. The fee is $18 and contest d
fee is included. Application deadline is July tiol
17. Bi
nsin
For more information, contact Pam Nobles Or
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MINUTE

The Board of County Com-
mission of Gulf County, Flori-
da, met June 14, 1983 in
regular session with the fol-
lowing members present:
Chairman Billy Branch, Dbug
Birmingham, Jimmy 0. Gort-
man, Eldridge Money, and
Everett Owens, Jr. Also pre-
sent were: Attorney William
J. Rish, Mosquito Control
Director Doug Kent, Clerk
Jerry Gates, "Diputy Clerk
Maurell Cumbie, Sheriff Ken
Murphy, and Civil Defense
Director-Bailiff Bill Lamar.
' The meeting came to order
at 9:00 a.m.
" Comm. Money opened the
meeting with prayer and led
the pledge of allegiance to the
flag.


I was happy to support last
*week an amendment to.the In-
terior Department Appropria-
tions Bill prohibiting oil drilling
off the Gulf Coast of Florida.
While I do 1not feel that
Florida can ignore the national
-energy situation by automatical-
ly resisting any oil explorations
off its coast - we certainly
need the oil in our state as much
as any other state does - the
Gulf areas being considered for
leasing contain huge grassy
areas where fish spawn and
:feed.
These sensitive areas do not
lend themselves to oil ,drilling
without the possibility of severe
environmental damage..
Any major disturbance to
these grassy flats would
ultimately have an adverse im-
pact on the important seafood
industry which stretches from
Apalachicola to far southwest
Florida - including the entire
coastline of the Second District.
While I would prefer a conrt-
plete policy study of the entire
offshore leasing and drilling
policy by the Interior Commit-
tee of the House of Relpresen-
tatives and a rational standard
by which exploration proposals
,can be measured, the only op-
tion available to the House last
-week was amending the Interior
Appropriations Act to assure
the preservation of the grassy
flats in the Gulf.
Until such a policy study is
undertaken, I anticipate a series
of, annual amendments to the


Upon motion by Comm.; Board by the recent Subdivi-
wens, second by Comm. sion Regulations Committee,
briey, arid unanimous vote, that the Board advertise a
e Board approved $300.00 public hearing to amend Ordi-
centive". pay' to Building nance 83-3 (providing for the
spector DeWayne Manuel,' acceptance of streets over or
r attending school, tobe paid through land not part of a '
mm last month's permit fees. recorded subdivision to add
Upon motion by Comm. that the owner must follow the
wens,e. second by Comm. same procedure as a subdivi-
irmingham, and unanimous der (Subdivision Ordinance
Dte, 'the Board voted to pay 83-2); being, prior to accept-
: F. Gimn the following fees ance, streets shall be brought
r Inspections he made while up to grade and maintained
milding Inspector Manuel, for twelve months or until 15
as' attending school, to be percent of the lots have been
id from the building permit built on. Comm. Gortman
ind: Plan checks and inspec- seconded the motion and it
mns, $245.00; Travel, $42.98. passed with Comm. Money,
f-ter discussing toll calls Birmingham, Gortman, and
iced on the Clerk's Office the Chairman voting yes and
phone by the Building Comm. Owens voting no.
spector, totaling $647, Comm. Owens then moved the
mm. Gortman moved the Board change Ordinance 83-3
ard pay this telephone bill to include if a road has been in
>m the building permit fund. existence for one year or more
mm.Birmingham seconded and meets county specifica-,
e motion and it passed tions, the County may accept
animously. it. Chairman Branch then
Attorney Rish reported gave .the chair to Comm.
dy Pippin requested the Gortman and seconded the
ard accept ownership of a motion. After discussion,
t road in Dalkeith. After Comm. Branch withdrew his
cussion, this request was second and the motion died for
bled for further 'considera- lack of a second. Chairman
n of the Board. Comm. Gortman then returned the
rmingham then moved that chair to Comm. Branch.
ce an important part of Upon "motion by Comm.
dinance'83-3 was mistaken- Gortman, second by Comm'
left out when it was adopted Money, and unanimous vote,
June 14, 1983, and since it the Board voted to re-bid the
s recommended to this county insurance coverage.
_--. Chairman Branch suggested
the Board ask Matk Tomlin-
son, a'retired insurance agent
of Port St. Joe, to prepare this
bid for the Board. The Board
agreed.
The Board approved pay-
ment of an invoice from the
r * City of Port St. Joe for the St.
Joe Fire . Control District
Apportionment for fiscal year
ending September 30, 1983, in
ga U ' the amount of $1,000.00.
Chairman Branch requested
the Clerk to check with the
" * '. Apalachee Regional Planning
Council on the Board's request
that the Council print Gulf
County's new Subdivision Re-
gulations.
Comm. Gortman moved the
Board pay the final invoice, in
the amount of $10,027.00, for
the Courthouse air-condition-
ing renovation, from Peaden
Air-Conditioning and Heating,
Inc. Comm. Birmingham se-
conded the motion for discus-
sion. 'After discussion, the
motion passed by unanimous
vote.
The Board requested the
Clerk write Attorney Fred ].
Witten a letter thanking him
, i for preparing' Resolution 83-7
(requesting help of the U.S.
Corps of Engineers in obtain-
ing the White City facility for
the County) for the Board.
The Board received a letter
"from the Gulf County School
Board requesting verification
that the $500.00 check the
i Board issued the School Board
ifor the Community Services
i budget is to be used to rebate
, the City of Wewahitchka for a
pag es 'share of the lighting used at
Sa e 5:the City-owned softball facili-
ty by the Wewahitchka Comn-
a' munity Services softball lea-
r yo u gue. Upon motion by Comm.
'Birmingham, second by
,Comm. Gortman, and unani-
mous vote, the Board request-
k through the ed the Clerk write the School
'Board this use of; the money
want a job, or !was acceptable.
, rent or sell Comm. Birmingham moved
the Board table ;an invoice
nces are that ifrom'the District tI-A Mental
our classified Health'Board, in the amount
ur coflassified f $399.75, for Baker Act
for you-and Services. Comm. 'Gortman
Iforyou a seconded the motion and the
well as those motion passed with Comm.
Birmingham, Gortman,
!Owens,' and Money voting yes.
�Comm.' Branch voted no.
SThe Clerk presented the
Department of Transporta-
ition's Tentative 5-year Road
!Construction Plans to the
/ iBoard..
SUpon motion by Comm.
iBirmingham, second by
S227-1278 'Comm.nnGortman, and unani-
ne 227-1278 8mous vote, .the Board voted to
pay an invoice, in 'the amount
, :of $964.50, to Associate Medi-
;


Interior Department Appropria-
tions Act to protect the marine
. life which is such an important
part of the economy of the
Second District and all of
Florida ,
S* *
With the successes being
recorded by :he South Florida
Task Force Against Crime in
fighting illegal drug trafficking,
I have agreed to sponsor legisla-
tion creating a similar national ,
force.. . '
* Much of the success of the
South Florida effort is attributed
to the leadership of Vice Presi-
dent George-'Bush and the
authority he brings to the
operation. . .
With his authority as Vice.
President, Bush can marshall all
of the considerable power of the
federal government to attack
the illegal flow of drugs, over-
coming any interdepartmental
squabbles. or foot dragging
simply by his presence and
interest.
The legislation I have agreed
to sponsor authorizes the Presi-
dent to appoint either the vice
president or a member of the
cabinet with similar authority as .
director of the "Office of Na-
tional and International Drug
- Operations and Policy," em-
powered to bring the full
resources of government into .
play to stop narcotics traffic.


". ,I2 - '


Fighting fish are bred
in Japan and Thailand
for ':the purpose of
competitive combat.


"I still think
Mr. Crunch.


this is the wrong lever,
but you're the boss."


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cal Examiner Edmund R.
Kielman, M.D. for autopsies.
Comm. Money then moved
the Board advertise to receive
bids for ambulance service
travel rates (per mile) for
transportation to the Medical
Examiner's Office for autop-
sies as authorized by Sheriff
Ken Murphy. Comm. Owens
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
The Clerk reported the
Overstreet Fire Department
had overspent their budget by
$212.80 and invoices totaling
$428.00 had been received
today. After discussion, the
Chairman instructed the Clerk
to review the capital outlay
funds and report back to the
Board at the next meeting.
Mosquito Control Director
Kent reported changes in the
Food Distribution Program as
follows: Emergency Feeding
Organization, effective May 1,
1983; Funding for distribution
of commodities available at
.80 cents - $1.00 per case;
Various types of commodi-
ties; Eligibility changed to the
needy- persons receiving food
stamps, AFDC, SSI, or who
are unemployed; Audits will
be conducted- State and-or
Federal personnel (funds and
eligibility). After discussion
the Board agreed to set up a
new program, with Mr. Kent
to administer and the two
Community Servibe Directors
(Wewahitchka pnd Port St..
Joe) dispensing'the commodi-
ties. The Board agreed to
write the Community Service
Program Advisory Committee
requesting a meeting with the
two Directors as soon as
possible. The Board also di-
rected Mr. Kent to advertise
the new program in both,
newspapers in the County.
Mosquito Control Director
Kent reported Charlie McCoy,
Bay County Solid Waste De-
partment, had notified' him
that Bay 'County wanted to
stop paying $250.00 to Gulf
County for Mexico Beach's
use of Gulf County's landfill.
The Board agreed if 'Bay
County stopped payment, Me-
xico Beach could no longer use
the landfill.
Comm. Owens reported the
White City Fire Department's
need for a fire truck., The
Board took no action on' this
request.
Comm. Owens reported one
of the air-conditioning units at
the St. Joe Health Department -*
was damaged and needed
replacement. Chairman
Branch requested the Board
wait until he and Comm.
Money inspected this 'unit
before taking action. The
Board agreed.
Comm. Money. reported he
had met with the St. Joseph
Historical Society concerning
furthering efforts of the
County Commission in obtain-
ing Federal surplus property
at Dead Man's Curve and
Beacon Hill. Comm. Money
reported the Committee's con-
cern over extensive damage
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1983


t. Joe Team Wins



tournament Round
Marianna last night (Wed- Mickey Gainnie started on the mound for Port St.
d of a double elimination Joe and went three innings, giving up two hits.. He was
district tournament play. relieved by Jay Rish!hin the fourth inning, who pitched
in first round play Tuesday two innings of shut-out ball to get the save.
m Twin City (Blountstown Port St. Joe committed only. one error.,
Both pitchers helped their own cause at the bat.
one in five innings, with the Gainnie socked a three run homer and Rish banged out a
he local tournament entry triple. Randy Wilder was the leading hitter with two hits.
Wednesday's results were Joe Norton and Tim Wilder each hit safely once.
dnesday afternoon. Marianna defeated Twin City, 10-4.


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MINUTES . Gulf County Commission


which could be caused by
breakwater at the stumphole
site, Cape San Bias, and
requested the Attorney to
contact the Corps of Engi-
neers to ask if they can do
something at the site to
prevent this. The Chairman
requested the Clerk-To ask for
the Apalachee Regional Plan-
ning Council's assistance in
this matter.
Comm. Birmingham report-
ed after inspection by he and
Superintendent Lester, the
State Road 71 re-surfacing
contractor had agreed to come
back and patch the overlay on
the Dalkeith Road; however,
the contractor did not .admit
any damage to ' the lower
Dalkeith Road.
. Chairman Branch reported
he had scheduled a meeting
for the Department of Trans-
portation Project Engineer
Doug Cauley, Comm. Birm-
ingham, and himself to in-
spect State Road 71 on June 16
at 10 a.m. CDT. Chairman
Branch stated he would like to
review the contractor's work
to restore the Dalkeith Road
at the same time.
Upon 'motion by Comm.
Gortman, second by Comm.
Birmingham, and unanimous
vote, the "Board -approved
payment of an invoice, in the
amount of $801.00, to ICR
,Electric, for repairs to the
electrical system at the We-
. wahitchka Health Depart-
~~i mient. . -
The Chairman stated the
Board would now hold a public
hearing, duly advertised, to
consider the adoption of an
ordinance establishing flood
plain management measures.
After public-comment, Comm.
Money moved the Board adopt
the following ordinance and
appoint Building Inspector
DeWayne Manuel as Flood
Damage Control Administra-
. , tor to enforce this ordinance.
Comm. Owens seconded the
. motion and it passed, unani-
mously.
ORDINANCE 83-5
An Ordinance establishing
Flood Plain management
measures, as required by the
National Flood Insurance Pro-
gram (NFIP) regulations for
Gulf County, Florida by pro-
viding statutory authoriza-


tions; Finding facts; State-
ment of purpose and objec-
tives; Methods of reducing
flood losses; Definitions;
Lands to which ordinance
applies; Basis for establishing
the areas of special flood
hazard; Penalties for non-
compliance; Agrogation and
greater restrictions; Interpre-
tation; 'Warning regarding
"Area of Special Flood Ha-
zard" designations; Designa-
tion of Flood Damage Control
Administrator; Establish-
ment of development permit;
Duties and responsibilities of
the Flood Damage Control
Administrator; Variance pro-
cedure; General standards-
Specific standards; Coasta l
high hazard areas; Sand
dunes; Standards for areas of
shallow flooding; Standards
for small streams; Severabili-
ty and providing an effective
ate. (See Complete Ordi-
nance in Ordinance Book
1983).
Pursuant to public adver-
tisement, the Board received
the following bids to overhaul
a Super 250 Cummins Engine
for the Mosquito Control De-
partment: Swaney Diesel Ser-
vice, Inc., Panama City, Flori-
da, $5,780.91. Comm. Birming-
ham moved the Board reject
this bid and re-bid the over-
hauling of the engine. Comm.
Gortman seconded the motion
for discussion. After discus-
sion, the motion passed unani-
mously.'
Ed Ramsey read a letter
from Port, St. Joe Port Au-
thority Chairman George Tap-
per .requesting the Board
support the Port Authority's
efforts to acquire the abandon-,
,ed Corps of Engineers site in
White City. Chairman Branch
stated the Board had started
trying to obtain this property
when it first became available
and the Board could not
sup rt the Port's acquisition
of the property; however, if
the County acquired it they.
would make it available to the
Port Authority or any agency
that had a valid use for it.
Harry Lee Smith stated he
personally was in favor of the
Port Authority obtaining the
property but the ILA, of which.
he was a member, had not
adopted a position on the


matter.
Gene Raffield, Raffield Fi-
sheries, stated he supported
the Port Authority's request,
discussing a 26 member fi-
shery cooperative which could
use the freezing facility the
Port planned to locate at the
White City site; the property
acquisition cost; and the pos-
sibility of neither party (Coun-
ty or Port Authority) obtain-
ing the property if both
continue pursuing it. Aiter
further discussion, Alton Fen-
nell suggested the Port Au-
thority and the County Com-'
mission meet to try tolresolve
this matter. Comm. Birming-
ham agreed, suggesting a
special meeting be held (pub-
lic invited), giving the Board
time to consider this new
information.
St. Joe Ambulance Squad
Chief Catherine Ramsey re-
ported the. Squad's Starline
Ambulance (Modular E-3),
was continuously failing to
run, had leaks, etc. and
needed to be replaced within
the next two months. After
discussion, Commissioner
Owens moved the Board ad-
Vertise to receive bids to
purchase a new ambulance,
bid specifications to be pre-
pared by Squad Chief Ram-
sey, Attorney Rish, and
Comm. Money. Comm. Birm-
ingham seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
Dave Watkins, Apalachee
Regional Planning Council,
reported that Port Authority
Chairman George Tapper had
. requested the Council to work
to obtain grants to upgrade the
abandoned Corps of Engineers
site in White City, assuming
the Port obtained the proper-.
ty. After discussion, Chair-
man Branch directed Mr.
Watkins to contact the Board
concerning the Port Authori-
ty's classification for rece-
iving surplus' property and to
pursue any grant money avail-
able for the County, with the
same project plan for the
property as the Port Authori-
Chairman Branch also re-
quested the Planning Council
apply for grant funds 'to
enlarge the ' Port St., Joe
Ambulance building.', .*,'"
Paulette Beachum, Wood-
row Cherry, and others discus-
sed the County Commission's
hiring practices with the
Board.
Upon request of John Ho-
ward, District II-A Mental
Health Board, Comm. Birm-
ingham moved the Board
approve the Fiscal Year 1983-
84 District Plan. Comm. Gort-
man seconded the motion and
it passed unanimously.
Silas Player inquired as to
the possibility of the Board
completing a ditch in the
Overstreet area, for which
easements had already been


Inspection.
We congratulate you on this
achievement and look forward
to working with you.
Sincerely,
Billy R. Manning, P.E.
Director of Education
All payrolls for the month of
May, 1983 were approved as
paid. The Clerk reported the
amount of fines and bonds
collected for the month.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


given to the Board. Chairman
Branch said he would take
care of this matter.
Chairman Branch reported
he met with the FHA repre-
sentative in Bloutstown con-
cerning application for grant
funds for grant funds for the
proposed Beaches Water -Sys-
tem and that an agreement
with an engineering firm was
needed as part of the applica-
tion, to be filed by June 21.
After discussion, the Board
directed Attorney Rish to
meet with a representative of
Barrett, Daffin, and Carlan,
Engineers, who had previous-
ly prepared the preliminary
Engineering Report on the
proposed system, to negotiate
a fee and report back to the
Board. The Chairman request-
ed the following letter to be
typed in the minutes:
June 13, 1983
Gulf County Board of
Commissioners .
Port St. Joe, Florida
Gentlement:
The 'Highland View Water
and Sewer District would like
to request that we be included
in the recent loan and grant
application made to Farmers
Home.
Although we presently have
water, we would. like to
purchase water from the City
of Port St. Joe to serve our'
District.
Any effort or support you
Commissioners may give to
achieve a water line from Port
St. Joe to Highland View
would be greatly appreciated.
Respectfully,
Martin Adkison
Chairman
The Board agreed to, pur-
chase a metal storage building
for the Courthouse Main-
tenance Department:
The Board discussed the
previous request for the coun-
ty to zone the Beaches area to
stop uncontrolled develop-
ment, with the Attorney ad-
vising if a zoning ordinance
was adopted it would have to
include the entire county. The
Board tabled this matter' for
study at a later date.
Chairman Branch reported
Courthouse Maintenance Em-
ployee Billy Duke had quit and
that Courthouse Maintenance
Superintendent Charlie Pres-
ley had hired an employee to
fill this position on a tempo-
rary basis.
Chairman Branch made the
following appointments to the
Property Appraisal Adjust-
ment Board: Chairman Willi-
am R. Branch, Comm. Doug
Birmingham, Comm. Everett
Owens, Jr.
The Board received a letter
from the Gulf County AssoCia-
tion of -Retarded- Citizens,
requesting the Board contract
landscape maintenance at the
Gulf County Health Depart-
ment at $40.00 per month. The
Board agreed to write the
Association to contact Dr.
Herbert Garfield, Director,
Health Department, for his
approval before the Board
made a decision.
The Board received a copy
of a Gulf County School Board
Resolution supporting the re-
quest of the Gulf County
Health Department for an
additional nurse and request-
ing the Board of County
Commission to comply with
this request to meet the health
care needs of the school
system. The Board agreed this
should be discussed at the
198384 fiscal year; budget,
hearings..
Upon 'recommendation of
Attorney Rish, Comm. Money
moved the Board pay the
principal amount of unem-
ployment compensation bills
fro CETA employees hired
during the years 1975 and
1976. Comm. Branch seconded,
the motion and it passed;
, unanimously.
The Board received Certifi-
cates of Election to the City of
Port St. Joe as listed below:
Frank Pate, Jr., Mayor-
Commissioner; Billy R. Flem-
ing, Commissioner-'Group I;
Wesley R. Ramsey, Commis-
sioner, Group II. The above
officials to be sworn in on June
7, 1983.
The Chairman requested the
following letter be entered in
the minutes: '
June 1, 1983
DeWayne'Manuel
P.O. Box 711
Wewahitchka, F F132465
Dear Mr. Manuel:
I am pleased to inform you
that you have passed your
examination and have been
registered as a Building In-
spector with Southern Build-
ing Code Congress Interna-
tional.
Your Building Inspector's
Certificate of Registration is
being mailed under separate
cover. You should receive this
certificate within the next
thirty days.
Although you have success-
fully completed this examina-
tion indicates a need to review
the following area in your
manual: One and Two Family


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35th SI. 2 odim., 1 ba. beachside Magellan Ave., 2 bd. 1 ba. house; Restaurant, well established with
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Azalea & Palm. 3 .bdrm., 1%/ ba., Fla. Ave., 3 bd. 2 bea. on 3 lots, owner financing available, house In-
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* 386A. 2 bdrm. 1 ba. on big lot, DeSoto St., 2 bd., 1 ba. $43,000. 30 Acres near the City limits: Ideal for
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Fortner Ave. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer, ba. $150,000. . - St. Joe Beach -'Atlantic St. end,
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6th St.. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. house, reduced .$45,000. Hwy. 98 & 8th St., Mexico Beach, 66'
1o $49.000. " 3rd St., 3 bd. 1 ba. $36,000. gulf front $68,000; 60' gulf front
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34h St. 4 bdrm., 2 ba. stilt house, OVEIRSTREET Mexico Beach, 29th St., $83,000.
$104,000 , Canal St., 2 bd, .1 ba. on 1 acre, TOWNHOUSES
39th SI, 4 bdrm., 2'z ba. stilt house, $25,000. _ . ..
S $104.000 - Pine St., 3 bd. 1 ba. brick home, Beachfront Gulf Aire Townhomes, 2
, . ---- S , ' bd. 23b ba. starting atk $86,500.h
42nd St. 2 Ddrm. I oa Drick nouse, $45,000. bd. 2/ be. starting at $86,500.
: $62.000 w good owner linancing.10% 28th St., Blue Water, 2 bd. 1/ abe.
down, bal 20 yrs 131. interest GULF AIRE $59.900oo.
Circle Dr East. 3 bdrm, 2 ba. brick Gulf Aire Drive, new duplex under 42nd St. Gulf View 2 bd. 2 b
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S". Circle Dr West. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick Beachfront & 9th St., Dolphin Run, 2
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, home with apt. only $80,000. - 103 Yaupon; 3 bd. 2 ba. 1 yr. old brick $59,500 furnished.
Circle Dr., 3 bdrm. 2 bea near new home, $59,500. Hwy 9811thSt.CasDe-- Mar, .
brick home $85,000.' Hwy. 98 & Ilth St. Casa Del Mar, 2 bd.
brick home, $85,000. 9th St., 4 bd. 2 ba. $30,000; 1'/2 ba. $75,000.
u5t ' " 5Qw $50,000 don 13 2Int. 30 516 9gin S 4 bd. 1 ba. $23,000. 32rid St. Warren James,2 bd. 1, A ba.,
years. . 104 Yaupon, 3 bdrm., 2 be. $65,000. $69,500, furnished:
Grand Isle 3 bdrm., 1 ba. w garage, 706 Woodward Ave., 4 bdrm. 2 ba., 14th St., Seaide, 2 bd. 1V ba.
' " only $50.000 . $22,500. . $79,500. ______
Arizona Ave, 3 bdrm. 2 ba. only 2/2 1610 Long' Ave., 4 bdrm., 2 ba. 37th St. Pier Pointe 2 bd. 1% ba.
" yrs. old, $78,000. - $29,000. $75,000.
Georgia Ave., 2 bdrm.; 1 ba. trailer, 619 Marvin Ave., 3 bd. 1% ba. $33,400. St. Joseph Shores, Casa Del Mar
on ' townhouses, 2 bd. 1'/2 ba. $69,000;
only $29,000. 1306 Long Ave. 2 bd. 1 ba. $30,000. Casa el Mar Villas 2 bd. 1 ,ba.
30th St. beachside, 2 bdrm., 1 ba. Long Ave. duplex, 2 bd. 1 ba. & 3 bd. 1 $45,000.
house, $53500... be. duplex. $45,000, with good owner Gulf Are Sub. duplex extra special 3
;; 35th St. & Hwy. 98 beachside, 2 bd. f financing. _____ bd. 2 ba. $85,000. Gulf Aire Dr.
* ba house, $55,000. 515 8th St. 3 bd. 1 ba. $25,000.
Circle Dr., duplex, beachlde, $89,500 1912 Juniper Ave. 3 bd. 1'/ ba. Callour effce fori le. acreageowith as
w $20,000 down & owner financing. $44,000. IlUae dram n $300.
23rd St. & Hwy. 98, 3 bd., 2 ba. great . 2105 Palm Blvd., 3 bd. 2 ba. lovely Lots In St. Joee Bch w only $1,900 down,
gulf view, $68,000. brick home $69,000. 12% Ina yrs.
00 11th St. & Hwy. 98, triplex, great In- Lre etleon of Cape opePrty, lets Mex-
.. . vestment lis 3 bdrm., 1 ba. unit and LOTS Ice Beas & il Baon Hl.
:tvo 2 brmn, 1: be. unlts. $150,000 w 2 lots, Palm Blvd., $19,000. canl frot prty available new with
greatea, owner financing. ' �___ __w
4th St. & alley, $35,500, 1 bd. 1 be.
; 29th St. duplex, 2 bd. 1 ba. each side, OPEN HOUSE
$65,000. ___ WARD RIDGE 'SATURDAY & SUNDAY
29th St. duplex, 1 bd. 1 be. each side, 205Tapper Dr., 3 bd. 1 be. $36,000. JULY 2nd & 3rd
4' -Gulf Aire (Gulf Aire beach),
. 28th St. duplex, 2 bd. 1 be. each side, 11 to 5, CO T
$55,ooo. _____. HOWARD CREEK 11 to 5, CDT
3 ml. from Mexico Beach, 3 bd., 2 be. Blue Water (28th St. & Hwy.
big house on 10 acres, $72,000. 2 lots, 2 bd. 1 ba. trailer, $8,700.00. 98, Max. Beach), 1 to 5 cdt
Squirrel Ave., 1 acre, 2 bd. 1 be. Gulf View (42nd St. & Hwy.
GULF AIRE mobile home, 3 wells, $23,500.00. 98, Mex. Beach), to 5 cdt
We also have lots st~ll avalableIn Degr Ave. 1g. 7. bd. 2-be. $38,000.00. 98, Mx. Beach), 1 to 5 cdt
S We also have lots still available In Owner financing. (Special financing at 10%
S Gulf Are ith 11n i% finan. Paveddown, 13% interest 20 yrs.
streets, underground utilities., down, 13% interest 20 yrs.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1983


PAGE NINE-


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Public

Notices
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF'GULF
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE Is'hereby given that'on the 1st
day of June,; 1983, pursuant to a Writ of !
Execution Issued in the County Court of
Bay County. Florida. Case Number
82-1119-SP In :ne cause ov iV D. BAXTER
DBA EL GOVERNOR MOTEL PLAINtIFF,
vs CHESTER HARPER DEFENDANT 'I,
KEN MURPHY SHERIFF OF GULF
COUNT' FLORIDA, naoe ii., d uDcn the
properly of the adlerdanit o.wIi
Oneii 1980AMC JeepPicik-uDiruc
Green ana while in CC-ior viN
number J6D25NC054169
Onpthe 12th day, of July, 1983, at 1:45
(EDT) In the afternoon on the steps of the,
Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe,
Florida, I will offerfor sale said property
for cash to the highest bidder, subject to
all prior liens, If any,.to satisfy said Writ
of Execution .
Isf KEN MURPHY, SHERIFF,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
S .'* :..'i ' ': , 4t 616


STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULF
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
NOTICE Is nereby given Tnat on the
271n day of May, 1983. pursuant to a Writ
of Execution' issue in Ine County Court
,of Gulf County, Florida, Case Number
82269 in the cause of u S LIFE CREDIT.,
PLAINTIFF. vs EMORY C. BAILEY.
DEFENDANT. 1. KEN MURPHY. SHERIFF
OF GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA. nave levied
upon the properly ofl the delenoart. to :
wit
One (1) 1977 Ford LTD. 4 door, auto-
mobile, yellow in color, VIN number
7A31FI20302
On the 12th day of July. 1983 at Two
O'Clock (2:001 (EDnT In the allernoon on
the sleps of the Gulf County Courthouse.
Port St Joe. Florida, I will offer for sale
said piopeny for casn to me highest bid-
der, subject to all prior liens II any, to
salisty said Wril of Execullion
Isl KEN MURPHY. SHERIFF.
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
41 6116
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA . P ' I
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE- ESTATE OF .. I .
ULYSSES FARRELL WHITFIELD,
Deceased
AMENDED
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS 'AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN-
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOflFIED that Ire
administration of the estate ol Ulysses
Farrell Whittleld. deceased, File
Number . Is pending In tne Circuit
Court for Gull County. Florida. Probele
Division. the address ol which Is Gulf
County Courthouse. Port Sl Joe. FL Tne
Personal Representative of the eslale is
W L WHITFIELD, wnose address is P 0
Box 988, Port Sl Joe, Florida. 32456 Tne
name and address of the Personal
Representative's attorney are set forh
below.
All persons having claims or demands
against the estate are required. WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the clerk of the above ,
court a written statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each claim must
be In writing and music indicate ne Oasis
for the claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or attorney, and
the amount claimed. If ne claim is not yet.
due, the date when it will become due.
hall be stated. If the claim Is contingent
or unliquidated, the nature of the. un-
certainty shall be stated. II Ihe claim is
secured. the security shall De described
The claimant shall deliver sulliciaeni ,
copies of the claim to the clerk to enable
the clerk to mall one copy to each Per.
sonal Representative.
All persons Interested in the estate to
whom a copy ol this Notice' of Ad-
ministralion has been mailed are re-
quired. WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to fire any objections
they may nave that challenge tne validity
of the decedent's will, the qualifications
of the personal representative, or the
venue or jurisdlCtion of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED, .
Date of the first publication of this
Notice ol Administration: July 7, 1983.
let W L WHITFIELD,.
As Personal Representative of
the Estate of
ULYSSES FARRELL WHITFIELD,
Deceased,


ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE,
IsfJ PATRICK FLOYD
COSTIN AND FLOYD
Post Office Box 98
Port St Joe. Florioa 32456
Telepnone 1904) 227-1159


2tc 7/7


INTHE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
.AVCO FINANCIAL SERVICES OF
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA, INC., a Florida
corporation
Plaintfll,
vs
GEORGE J. SHERESH and wife,,
ROSSIE SHERESH, et al.,
SDefendants.
Case No.:83-18
SECOND AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to an
Amended Final Judgment dated the 20th
day of'June,' 1983, in the" above-styled
cause, I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the front door of the
Gulf County Courthouse In Port St. Joe,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. (Eastern) on the 11th
day of July, 1983, the following described
property in Gulf County, Florida, as set
forth in said Amended Final Judgment:
Commence at Northeast Corner of
Mary L Loftin lot on the West side of
State Highway #71 and thence run
Northwesterly along said Highway
for 175 ft., thence run Southwesterly
for 200 ft. which paint is 122 ft. Nor-
thwesterly from the Loftin line on the
South Line of this lot of land, thence
run Southwesterly parallelling
highway for 122 ft., thence run Nor-
theasterly along Loftin Line to the
point of beginning. Said lot of land
* lying and ' being in Section 24,
Township 4 South, Range 10 West,
Gulf County, Florida.
DATED this 21st day of June, 1983.
JERRY GATES
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: I/s Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
2t 6/30


Security record, Ann R., Ki-
nard, Social Security field
representative for Gulf Coun-
ty, said recently.
A person who wants his or
her name changed for Social
Security purposes must pro-
vide evidence to establish his
or her identity. This evidence
must show both the person's
old and new name.
Uncertified photocopies of
documents are not sufficient.
Social Security must receive
either the original document
or a copy 'certified by the
agency that issued it. Any
document submitted to a
Social Security office will be
returned.


Additional information
about the procedure for
changing one's name on Social'
Security records can 'be ob-
tained from the Panama City
Social Security office, located
at 30 West Government Street.
The telephone numlir is
769-4871


If you weigh 126 pounds
here, in Great Britain you'd
weigh nine stone. (A
stone equals 14 pounds.)


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By Dr.
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ESOTROPIAS AND
EXOTROPIAS
Q. What does it indicate if a
child has an eye that ap-
pears to "wander out"?
A. An "exotropia", or an eye
that wanders out, is one
sign that the child may be
strabismic, the profes-
sional term for crossed-
eyes. This is often a signal:
that the two eyes are not
working together properly.
If the condition is left un-
corrected, the child may:
have difficulty in judging
distances while bicycle
riding or paying ball, or
engaging in other ac-
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wander out only when a:
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optometrist for early'
diagnosis and treat-
ment-if necessary-to
avoid visual and emotional
problems.

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


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


75'x175' lot on Marvin Ave,
Phone 648-8972. tfc 7-15


Executive home on Ig. lot w 3000+ sq. ft. of heated living space. Four
bdrm., 3 b., formal IIv. rm., fla. rm., fireplace In beautiful neighborhood. By
appt. only.
Three bdrm., 1 be. masonry home In good repair w fenced back yd. & Ig. lot.
Would make excellent rental property. $33,500.00.
Two bdrm., 1 bea. on Ig. lot, chain-link fenced. A good Investment for rental
property at only $29,500.00.
Three bdrm., 1'/a be. brick veneer In good neighborhood. Existing assum-
able V.A. mtg. at 9'/ %, and owner will take 2nd mtg. w rbasonble down
payment. By appointment only.
Facing the bay, 107 Hwy. 98, Highland View. Two bdrm., 1 be. w 2 Fla. por-
ches, cen. h&a, located on 2 Ig. lots enclosed w chain link fence, under-
ground sprinkler system, and 2 car garage. $39,000.00 w $20,000.00
assumable mtg. at 91/%
Two bdrm., 1 ba. home on corner lot In Oak Grove. $25,500.00.'
LOTS
50'x146' lot w great gulf view &. access. Good site for duplex. Only
$13,000.00.,
1 acre on Overstreet Rd., a good mobile home site for $5,000.00 and owner
will finance with $1,000.00 down.
Large lots on Cape San Bias starting at $10.000 to $25,000 and gwner finan-
cing. Only 25% down, 10 years, 12% APR
Waterfront and waterview lots at Indian Pass from $15,000.00 10o 39,000 00
With Just 10% down, owner will finance for 15 years at 10% APR.
COMMERCIAL AND INVESTMENT PROPERTY
25 acres bordered by clear creek w existing lodge & swimming pool only 1%
mile from 1-10 exit in Marianna. Excel. site for campground and/or mobile
home park. $170,000.'
140 acfes wilh creek & 2 ponds, virgin lore.sl. Ordering Hwy. 73 'usl souln
of. Marianna. Only $1,00000 per acre with owner financing available

Hannon Insurance & Real Estate Agency
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133 Port St Joe
Ray Smith, Associate
Margelyn Woodham, Realtor-Associate - 648231


Large 2 bedroom house, on'
SIg. 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.

2 bdrm., 2 ba. Fleetwood
mobile home with built-on
front porch, 1 acre of land,
Sealey Drive, White City. Call
after 6 p.m.,229-8424. 2tc7/7





There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe-
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
GUERRY MELTON, W.M.
SJoe Pippin, Sec.
The Board of Commission-
ers of the Highland View
Water Department will have
its monthly meeting the first
Tuesday of each month at 7:30
p.m. at the Water Plant.
S""fc11/4

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


ERA� PARKER REALTY, Realtor
I l J'rHIGHWAY 98& 31st ST. 648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073

MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA (Outside Florida)
1-800-342-6692 (Inside Florida)

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Bedchslde 2 bdrm., 1' be. home
w/remodeled kitchen, new carpet &
vinyl, 2 yr. old cen. h&, on 36th St.
$69500. - ,
Grand Isle - 3 bdrm , 2 be new cedar
home, cen. h&a, wallpaper, caipel.
vinyl, Ironl & back decks, washer &
dryer hookup plus single car garage.
$55,800. As Is . .
Grand Isle 3 bdrm, 2 ba new cedar
home w dbi garage, deck on front &
back, can. h&a, carpel & vinyl, walk-in
closets. As ls - $79,500, or completely
finished w/range. dishwasher. gar-
bagd disposal & light fixtures
$89,500.. _
Corner 26th St. & Hwy.'98, Two 1'
bdrm. apts. One upstairs has Ig.
sundeck, downstairs Ig. screened
porch. Appiances included. Has ex-
cel. rental history. $75,000. Owner.
financing. _____ . _
Water Dr., 3 bdrm., 2 ba. on canal w
Ig. boat dock, Includes stove & refrlg.,
has can. h&a, $74,500. $20,000 down,
owner financing.
2nd St., 3 bdrm., 2 be. double-wide
mobile home on 1% lots of beautiful
grassed lawn, fireplace wlmarble
hearth, front & back deck & cement
drive. $55,000.
'4 bdrm., 2 ba., stucco 2 story house,
on 50'x122' lot, d.w., stove, ceiling
fans, many extras. Sea St. $89,000.00.
3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick on nice corner lot, .
Ig. 'screen porch, garage, vacuum
-system, cen. h&a; carpet & more. Fla.
Age. & 8th St. $68,500.00.
S MOBILE HOME.on commercial lot,
across from Chamber of Commerce
on 31st St.,, 2 bdrm., 1 be., new
carpeting & roof, $30,000.00.
Corner Virginia & Fla. Ave. -New,
modular wlbrick; 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
fireplace, screen. porch, fence.
75'x112.5 lot. $55,000.00. Terms.
Tenn. Ave.-3 bdrm., 3 ba., pool,
fireplace, jenn-aire range & grill,
many extras. Financing available.
$96,000. __
Corner 6th & Fla. Double-wide on 1 /2
lots; 2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm., 2 be., In-
cludes appliances. $48,000.
Corner Palm & Azalea St. - Nice 3'
bdrm., 2 ba., brick & stucco. Includes
appliances & stor. house, fenced yd.
$59,500. Adjoining lot available.
Virginia Ave.-2 story, 1 Ig. bdrm.,
screen porch, downstairs unfinished,
has wiring & plumbing, $45,000.
Hwy 386-A-Doublewlde mobile
home, 3.bdrm., 2 ba. on 1.05 acres.
Good terms. $49,900.
7th St.-1981 doublewide mobile
home, brick foundation, 3 bdrm., 2 be.
$50,000. __
29th St. at Hwy. 98 - 2 newly con-
structed, stilted 4 bdrm., 2 ba. beach-
houses. Unfurnished $79,000. Fur-
nished $84,500.
Hwy. 386A-2 bdrm., stilt house on
75'x185' lot. Furnished, $38,000.
Arizona Dr.-Stone & cedar, 3 bdrm.,
2 be., cathedral selling, skylights,
fireplace, many extras. Owner must
move. Reduced, $76,000.


Beachside lMho. titt irrlfic view
of Gulf,, if rl . Ialt house,
$104,000. __ ___,_
Beachside 34th St.- 4 bdrm. Stilt
house with great gulf view, $104,000.
Gultlronl 1h -e D%/ I be. has
lireplac.
Fortner Ave.-2 bdim, Ig. screen
porch, fireplace, carpet. storage bldg.
$37,25000
4th St.-2 odrm., 1 ba. on 75'x112'
shaded lot, 536.000 Assumable mor-
tgage, _
Beachslde of Hwy. on 34th St.
Quadrapiex each unit has 3 bdrm., 2
be. $53,000.00 ea.
12th St.-2 bdrm., 1 ba., cath. ceiling,
jenn-aire, furnished, $45,000. L
Beachalde 42nd St.-2 bdrm., 1 ba.,
furnished, $63,500.00, financing avail.
Beachside Circle Dr.-3 bdrm., 2 ba.
w/glassed porch, furnished. $79,000.
Financing available
Hwy. 98 & 24th SI -2nd lot fiom
beach, cb with fireplace,3 bdrm., 2
be. $68,000. __ ,._
Beachslde Circle Dr.-3 bdrm., 2 be.
brick home. Includes all appliances,
fireplace, furnished. only 3 yrs. old.
584.000. Financing available .
Beachside 43rd St.-3 bdrm., 2 be.
across from canal, ex. ator. bidgs.
Sundeck overlooks Gulf. $69,500
Grand Isle-3 bdrm., 1 ba. nice brick
house wlefficiency apt. adjoining on
2 nice lots. $79,000.
26th St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 story
house, lot size 75'x100' $46,000.
Grand Isle Subd.-3 bdrm., 1 ba., with
grapevines & shade trees, heat pump,
$50,000..
27th St" Be *.c-3 1. 2 bae.
$105,500 $
"c.bconpt. Itl porch.


TOWNHOUSES
200' from Gulf- 2 bdrm., 2V/ ba. units.
Kit. & bath w/European. style
cabinetry. 2 decks, can. h&a, carpet &
appliances Included. $79,500. Owner
financing with 25% down.
38th St. Phase IV Townhouses built
by James Tyson Co. Two & 3 bdrm.
units available, 2nd from beach.
$67,900 or $72,500.
Coronado Townhouses overlook Gulf
on St. Joe Beach. 2 bdrm.,1 V/ be. Ap-
pliances, ceiling fan, custom cabs.,
private balcony & patio. Call us to
see. $85,000.
Waterfront luxury townhouses. Two
'.& 3 bdrm., 21/2 be. units on 37th St.
Completely furnished ready to live or
vacation in. Elec. kitchen
w/dishwasher, garb. disp., washer &
dryer, Jenn-aire grIll, 2 sundecks, 1
off master bdrm. & 1 off llv. rm.
$105,000 & $115,000.
New 2 bdrm., 1'/1 ba., cedar
Townhouse with furniture & ap-
pliances included. Upstairs has sun
deck, outside shower w hot & cold
water. $69,500.
Corner 14th St. & Hwy. 98, Seaside
Townhouses. 2 bdrm., 1'! be.,
sunken liv. rm., refrig., dishwasher,
washer/dryer, ceiling fans,
microwave, cen. h&a/c, carpet, pre-
construction price, $69,500.00. Finan-
cing available.
UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW from 2no
from beach site of cedar and stucco
townhouses with 1,120 sq. ft. of living
aree. Studio & bdrm., with cathedral
ceilings, 11/2 be., all appliances. 29th
St. $70,000.00.
BEACON HILL
3rd St. & 3rd Ave.-Duplex, 1 bdrm., 1
ba. ea.. or 2 bdrm., 2 ba. home.
$26,500. Good financing.
3rd St. & 4th Ave.-3 bdrm., 1 be.,
fireplace, fence, $38,000.


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


LOTS CLOSE
TO BEACH
TAo landscaped lots, excellent
for house 01 mobile home. 50'x
150' ea. Call us lor details.

OVERSTREET
Perfect retirement home. 3 bdrm.,
brick home on .85 acres, reduced to
sell. $45,000.00. Owner anxious, must
move Submit offers.
Almost new mobile home, 2 bdrm., 1
bae on over -W acre, furn., 24' well',
deck. Land Is cleared & has 18"
regulation culvert & driveway,
$24,000. N. Long St.

ST. JOE BEACH
3 bdrm., 2 be. home w/pool. 6' privacy
fence & many other extras, on 2 iOts .
You must seel Owner financing w/
S$20,000 down, $78,500.
Coronado St., 1 .i lockS to beach, 4,
bdrm., 1 be. nouse wiulillly rm &
front screened porch. Also includes 1
barm., 1 Da apl wilurnishings. Ex-
cellent rental, $41 900.
Columbus St., 1/= block to beach, 3
bdrm., 1 ba. home, block w/brick
veneer, appliances, workshop. Fami-
ly rm w/bulit-In bookcase & panelling.
$48,000.


WEWAHITCHKA
Transfer Landing Rd. Almost an acre,
close to Chlpola River. 4 bdrm., 2 be.
unfurn. double wide. Enough room to
add several trailers for Income.
$23,500. _____
5 acre tract, with mobile home, in-
cludes nice barn & stor. bldg., land's
prepared for garden. $24,500. Near
Wewahltchka.
Hwy. 71 (Dalkelth), 3 bdrm., 1 ba., ap-
prox. 1 acre, $18,000.
KINARD
3 bdrm., 1 ba. frame home wifront and
back deck, 2 wells, fireplace & sits on
5.35 acres. $28,500.
WHITE CITY
2 houses and c.b. store. bldg. V'/ mile
from Intracoastal. $64,000.
Brick home on 252'x125' lot, $35,000.
Frame house on 100'x125' lot,
$18,000.
Store on 102'x125' lot, $25,000.

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

LOTS FOR RENT
2 lots ready for mobile
home, have septic tank,
water & power hookup.
Georgia Ave., Mexico
Beach.
PORT ST. JOE
Comfortable 3 bdrm. home on 1'/.
lots, has fireplace, ceiling fans, 3 yr:
old roof & more. Family neighbor-
hood. Yard fenced on 3 sides, shade
trees. 512 8th St. $32,000.
Tapper Ave. & Saunders Circle, new 3
bdrm., 2 ba. home w/cedar siding,
double garage & heat pump. On %.
acre. $68,000. __


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


20' .travel trailer. Call
229-8395. 3tp 7/7
Practically new living room
sofa group, very reasonable.
Call 227-1328. ltp
Hoover washing machine,
5203rd St. Call 229-6099. Itp
1967 Starcraft boat 18', fiber-
glass hull, 120 h.p. Mercruiser.
Also 25 m.m. focal camera,
$130 or best offer. Call 639-5534
or 639-5706. tfc 7/7
Picnic tables, swings, set-
tees, lawn chairs, 'flower
boxes, trellis, etc. Call Wewa,
639-2860. 6tp 5/26

$25.00 REWARD
for Any Sewing Machine
We Cannot Repair
SPECIAL - $9.95
to dean, oil and adjust tension
on your sewing machine. We
guarantee your machine can
sew on any fabric.
The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151
tfc 6/30


TOMATOES
You Pick
Greensboro, FL
1-442-6214.

4tc 6/30


HELP WANTE


Port St. Joe Family Prac-
tice Center: office nurse, ex-
perience preferred, full time;
Receptionist, medical office
experience preferred, initially
part-time. Reply with,
resume: P. 0. Box 383, Port,
St. Joe, FL' 32456, 'phone
227-1847. 2te 6/30
Top of the Gulf, Hwy. 98 &
42nd St., Mexico Beach, is tak-
ing applications for cooks,
waitresses, bus boys and dish-'
washers on Thursday, July 7
and Friday, July 8, 2 to 4 p.m.
No phone calls. It 7/7
$100 Per Week Part Time at
Home. Webster, America's
favorite dictionary company
needs home workers to update
local mailing lists. Easy work.
Can be done while watching
TV. All ages, experience un-
necessary. Call 1-716-842-6000,
ext. 6628.




For Rent: Small trailer, ful-
ly furnished. Ideal for 1 or 2
people. Call 648-5167.
Travel trailers for rent
day, -week or month (2 day
minimum). Rustic Sands
Campgrounds, 15th St., Mex-
ico Beach. 648-5229. tfc 7/7
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.
Room for Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7-1
3 bdrm., 2 ba. furnished
house at St. Joe Beach. Call
648-5306. tfc 6/30
SSKI BREEZE
Camping, mobile home, 2
bdrm. apt. and campers for
rent, day, week or month. On
the gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee Schlickman.
Res. 229-6105. - tfc 7/7
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
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Yard Sale: July 9, 8 a.m. to 5
p.m., corner of Alabama and
Santa Anna, St. Joe Beach.
Call 648-5167.
Porch Sale: Clothes & misc.
items. 805 Long Ave. Friday,
from 8 a.m. till.
Yard Sale: Sat, July 9, 8:30-
2:00, no early sales! Rain
cancels. Furniture, toys,
drapes, man's bicycle, 3
stereos w components, odds
and ends. 419 18th St.
Carport Sale: Sat., 8 a.m.
till 4 p.m. Sewing machine
cabinet, stereo, women's,
men's and children's clothing;
records/tapes, bric-a-brac,
many more household items.
The Likely family, 316 Avenue
B.





1980 half ton Ford truck.
227-1572. It 7/7
1968 Camaio, can' be seen at
422 6th St., Highland View.
$800. lItp 7/7


* 6 _7
LOT EtFOUNDiy


FOUND: Small dog, lost on
beach, approximately June 21.
Call 904/863-2656 and identify.
FOUND: Split key ring with
assorted keys and keys to a
Chrysler vehicle. Found in
front of Dr. King's office. May
claim at The Star office.
REWARD for 115 h.p.
Mariner recently stolen.
Anyone who helps recover it
will receive a reward of $150
and will remain anonymous.
Call 904/763-1494.
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The first voice on rec-
ord was Thomas Edison's.
What did he say? "Mary'
Had a Little Lamb."





SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe

Tired of Roof-Water?
Call
RAIN-DRAIN
We Install Quality
SRain Gutters
648-5304
Commercial & Residential
Free Estimates
tfc 6/30


Gables Welding Service
PORTABLE, Certified
Welding, all work
guaranteed. 14 years ex-
perience. Includes heavy
and light equipment, boat
rigging, etc.
For Free Estimate
Call Roger Gables
229-8981
14tp 6/30,




Unplanned Pregnancy?
Concerned Sympathetic
Help
Pregnancy Termination
* Skilled doctors on duty
* Birth Control Counseling
and Devices
* Free Pregnancy Testing
Family Planning
244-0890
Fort Walton Beach


4tc 6/23


* THE LEARNING CENTER
: .- 706 Woodward Ave.
APO W 229-6303
"TOTAL CHILD CARE"
MOTHERS
Bring your kids to join the FUN at THE LEARNING
CENTER. Special summer activities are planned to
make this a happy vacation for your child. Hot meals :.::
are served each day to make your child a healthier one.
,;X n Ke ir/i' fur a /inf the cns,.ltrnrliionr ,f munr \,ir (rCet, r.
Glenda Whitfield - Owner/Director " :
*****' �***: :


SEVIE


Place for sell: Large mobile
home on large lot, Joe Avenue,
White City. Call 227-1701 or
229-6547. 3tp7/7


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6-5
SWalls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
Air Conditioning - Heating
Refrigeration - Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric - Plumbing -.
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
Stfc 7/7
Starting July 1st,' I will
teach beginners piano lessons
for students ages five and up.
Books are furnished. Call
229-6374, Renee Reeves.
3tc 6/23



PAINTING
by
Blalock Construction Co.
229-8924


J. Walter (Jimmy)
Johnson Construction Co.
New Homes * Additions
* Decks
Call Us for Free Estimates
229-8757
tfc 7/7


The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue
Ipl Port St. Joe, Florida N IoN

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


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


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REEVES FURNITURE &

/ REFINISHING SHOPPE
a Phone 229-6374

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





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

SEE OUR GIFT ITEMS
INCLUDING SHELL PRINTS, NOTE CARDS,
FINE ART SAND DOLLARS &
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS IN WATERCOLORS & PASTELS
OPEN Wed. thru Sat. - 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. EST
Sunday - 1 p.m. - 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Memoer Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914


Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720

ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work - Welding :.
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day,:
Every Day 12/83
'LORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers
& Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343 :
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964 z
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner:
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F, S
9:00-12:00 Wed. =
tfc 7/7:


Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
220 Reid Ave,
Ph. 229-81536
HOURS: Monday - Sat.
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(Open during noon hour)
Open after 5 pm. by appt.
Wauneta Brewer PatHloiman
Owner Assistant *
(Used to be at 116 Monument)


Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue



ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS






-Commercial Building 4
-Residential Building 4
-Cabinet Work



GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P.O. BOX 456 4
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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FOR SALE I


Conrad's Lawn Service,
paint and trim, and light
carpentry work. Cheap. Call
22948901 or 229-6580 anytime.
tfc 7/7
Need yard work done. Call
Johnr at 229-8317. 2tp 6/30
Child care in beaches area,
drop-ins welcome. Call
648-8432.. 4t 6/30
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours).

Need someone to help with
spring cleaning or regular
domestic employment? Call:
Gloria Bryant 229-8085; Sarah
Smith 229-6130; Ida Peterson
229-6130, Renell Thomas 229-
6229, Angela Brackin 227-1555,
Janic Morris 229-6206, Debra
Bailey 229-6313, Ola L.
Thomas 229-8949, Pearl Win-
field 229-8949, Antoniette
Lenox 229-6980, or Darlene
Cherry 229866.. tfc 5/4


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



COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
. All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 7/7



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


kills bugs for
up to six months,

and saves you about $100 yearly
in costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of. Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO. .
306 Reid Avenue :
Port St. Joe. Florida
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THURSDAY. JULY 7, 1983 :


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TOTAL THAT COUNTS! SHOP IGA FOR BIGGER SAVINGS!!!


DAVID RIC S Permit No. 3
Foodliner. ..
205 Third St, Port St Joe
Highway 71, Wewahitchka
Prices Good July 6-12, 1983


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MRS. SMITH'S
APPLE PIES..........
MRS. SMITH'S DUTCH
Apple Pies. ........ ..
IGA
Pie Shells .......... .
Orange Juice . ....
SEA PAK READED
Fish Sticks ..........
CorEEN on Cob ........
Corn on Cob ........6


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2ioz.
n oz. I
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12 oz. 79

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BLUE BONNET ........
BLUE BONNET WHIP
Margarine (6 Stick)...
IGA MILD, MED., OR SHARP
Cheddar Cheese .....
BALLARD
Biscuits . . . . . . . .. .
SEALTEST
Sour Cream ........2
SEALTEST L-N-L
Yogurt . ............ 3


Lb. 691
Lb. 69



Soz. 99


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Pecan Spins .... .
Vienna Bread ......2
Raisin Bread ........


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is oz. o.
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D N T O E L I ' allSEMNr'A, ... .. .... ..


Allen Med. Green Limas ..3300$ 100
French's Spec. Potatoes . . sY o79L
Uncle Ben's Wild Rice . ... . .i$119
Hershey's Choc. Syrup.... 24oz.149
White House Apple Juice .. oz.s1 e
Crunch & Munch .......... s 5.69
Downy Fabric Softener ......


Bame Apple Jelly ......
Bama Grape Jelly .......
Sunsweet Prune Juice....
Comet Cleanser........ .
Dow Bathroom Cleaner ..
Dial Bath Soap,. .. . ..


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221 o. $100
. 170.*129

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Green Bell Peppers
Slicing Cucumbers


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"DOUBLE

DISCOUNT'.

SEE IALS
SHARP SOLAR WITH
POWERED ONLY 10
WALLET SIZE *65 DOUBLE







HUNT'SDISCOUNT^
CALCULATOR CTIFICATES
EXTENSION WALL WITH
MOUNTABLE ONLY 15
TELE- * 324 DOUBLE DISCOUNT
1HON3 CERTIFICATES
PHONE
LE COOLER 15 QT. ONL1








STONLY 10^
ICE DOUBLE DISCOUn
CHEST _$7D_ CERTIFICATES'


MAXWELL HOUSE

1 BCOFFEE~1~



EXPIRES JULY 12, 1983.
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE.









IGATRADE I
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*s oz.



D9OZEN 7 � .1
EXPIRES JULY 12, 1983.

WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE.




FAB $119s




LA~RGEM |
EXPIRES JULY 12, 1983.
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE.
GATORADE .




DETRGEN
CL ORO24z..^2
EXPIRES JULY 12, 1983.










IX IRES JULY 12, 1963.
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE.
DOUBE L 12U DISCOUNTSPCERIFIATE.

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fighter
JENO PEPPERONI
SAUSAGE OR HAMBURGER

PIZZA

1ooz. 99g
GOLDEN GRAIN
MACARONI & CHEDDAR
DINNERS

3 7116oz. $ 100


Old Fashioned Field Corn 6 ears980

Vine-Ripened Tomatoes ig.ttray
White Seedless Grapes ... . Ib. 99C
Red Santa Rosa Plums ..I. .b.69
Sweet Bing Cherries .I. .b. 1.19 Extra Hot
Large Watermelons ..... 99 up PFPPER P
Sweet Juicy Cantaloupes.. 69 & up
Tropical Mangoes...........79'C $
Vidalia Sweet Onions ..... lb. 29 ca. - I
Fresh Shelled Peas & Butterbeans Pot


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USDA Choice Tablerite Whole Beef Loins .................... ....2.4
Tablerite Lean Cubed Beef Steak ........................ Lb...2.6i
Tablerite Fresh Ground Beef (o3. or more) .. . .... . . . .. . ... . . 1.
Tablerite Fresh Lean % PorkLoin............. . ... . . . L.1.1.48
Tablerite Fresh Breakfast Thin Pork Chops..... .... . ....... 2.5S
Tablerite Center Cut Rib Chops .............. .... . ... ...... u.$1.88
Tablerite Fresh Rib End Rib Chops ............... .. ... Lb '.5S
Smoked Pork Neckbones ............. . . ........... r .588
Premium Grade Fryer Legs .............. ........... .89
Premium Grade Fryer Thighs ....... ................. .... O79
Premium Grade Fryer Breast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . u99
Premium Grade Fryer Wings .....,........... ........ . . i69
IGA Tablerite Roll Pork Sausage.................. ... .... L.88
Sunnyland's Hot-Mild or Beef Smoked Sausage. .. . . ... .. .. L. 1.68
Sunnyland's Reg. - Thick or Beef Bologna . . . . . . . . . . . . ....... b.*1.48
Claussen's Icicle or Whole Dill Pickles ......... ..... ... ..... e*1.49
OldeSmithfield Sugar Free Wieners...... . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . .
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