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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 324. * THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1983


County Budget

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Threatens Huge Increase 7
Work 'ws started on a. new county budget ignored the request for the past few years. .
program Monday night and will continue through Of the several items in the budget requesting
Tonight. Preliminary lo6ks at .the county budget increases in operating funds in hearings already
reveal that some: $375,000 n new funds will be held, the hike in new money needed would come
required to meet requests for new county funds. to: $2,988 for Social Security, $15,000 for the Health
county level. . . : Department, $5,527 for the Supervisor of Elec-
The big chunk of county finances will be Lions, $75,075 in the Landfill operations (the capital
required by the state of Florida, who is forcing the outlay woutd be financed by revenue sharing
county to make some changes in its garbage funds); $28,739 for the Sheriff's Department;
disposal methods which will cost the county some $16,201 for the Tax Collector, $479 for Civil Defense:.
$200,000 for machinery and an estimated extra and $13,574 for the Property Appraispr.
$50,000 in disposal costs. In addition to these requested increases is the
While much of the extra expenditures this hike in salaries the county will grant, for its
. year are one-time expenditures, they still pose the workers, a new ambulance fbr Port St. Joe to.
county with a quaifdry about how to finance the replace two of the original vehicles, and- an.
several items which must be placed in 'thebudget. expected increase in medical insurance, pay.
another considere bfe b rti-dlp':,lie ments.'The armed hfo figures ava'ilile ~ifisalaries
ignored By th C ominissforin iflitefop for constitutional officers, since tlieseslaries'dre
that pressure will not be put on'ithe Board this set by the Legislature and were t9 be taken up in
year. This is in the area of jail expenditure. ' the special session 'this 'week., .
Sheriff Ken Murphy put some $44,228 in his budget NEW REVENUE
to furnish four corrections officers for the county The county will have a small amount of new
jail as requested by the state's Department of revenue from sources other tlan taxes, According
corrections. The DOC has made this'request for to Jerry Gates, County Clerk, the county can
the past few years and the County Commission has expect to receive an extra, $11,410 in building




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$250,000 state mandated outlay for garbage disposal plays
havoc with county's plans for a reasonable budget.


s Year


permit fees, $12.b61 increase in state' revenue
sharing, an additional $1,866 from the half cent
state sales tax and $531 from beverage licenses.,
Gates said th county has three options for
financing.
Option one would leave the tax levy where it is
now and roll back millage to provide the same tax
rate as last year.,
The second option would be to raise the money
levy by eight percent, which would bring in
$104,551 more than last year from previously
taxable property,-and an additional $7,836 from
new taxable,prop#rty for a total of $112,387 more
. than last year inm money.
Option three would be to increase the tax levy
by 15.percent, which would bring in $170,229 in tax
incr~.ea 'idld M 8. 3 frofi newly taxable property
for a total f'$17,572. *
Which ever plan the county follows, it will
need approxiiately $165,000'in new money to
finance the needs for the coming year, even before
a pay increase is considered for county
employees:-
It all adds up to a need for considerable new
expenditures'without much new money available.


County Commissioners Jimmy Gortman and Doug Birmingham show a look of skepticism
that all budget requests will be met this year, in the first of several budget sessions Monday
night. . -Star photo


ily, Beaches to Get Grant


Albng with Loan to PutIn PublicWater System


Tax Collector, Eda Ruth Taylor, presents her-budget
needs to 'the County. Commission Monday'night. In the
background is Maurell Cumbie, of the Clerk's office, who was
taking minutes of the proceedings.' -Star photo


For nearly 15 years, the
beaches. area of Gulf -County,-
has studied the probability of
establishing a central water
system and have instigated at
least two engineering studies
on the project. The nearest
they came to having a central
system was about a year and a
hal hdago; -when a firm consid-
SeriedlUtting inal'rivate water
System to serve {ie beaches,
Nothing ever came of that
offer, since the Bea'ch people
didn't want to have a manda-
tory hook-up and they wanted
. 'provisions made for fire pro-
' ection in the plans. The
S.private company ..didn't re-
4qilire mandatory hook-up but
a grant and loan from Farm-
erAs Home Administration at
the time did require the
mandatory hook-up." '
'Fori the past year, it seemed
as if a central water supply for
the Beaches appeared to be
out of the question: Grants
were drying up and the cost of
water service was prohibitive


with a loan deal. was notified of a possible loan
Out -of the blue two week and grant deal if the County
ago, the County Commission was ready to proceed im-


mediately with securing the
loan and getting construction
under way.


Child Seriously Injured

- A nine-year-old boy,.Kloka Lowery, was came to the intersection. The child bo
seriously. inje- .whgn .I[e hus struck by..a ...- .across the street t the dual-rear
moving truck at the inter tio qf Avenue E of a truck, receiving serious head inj
and Hodrick Steet a t tl12:3-Wednesday;, The child was taken to Gulf
just as The Stai*~ '- ing to iess. Hospital for treatment and imme
Sketchy info l ti. available e rom Port transferred to a Panama City Hospi
St. Joe Police, saldrtl~ e-oung latw racing further treatment, where he was repo
.'a car on his bike west on Avende ~E,hen he be in very serious condition.


Tilted on
wheels-
juries.
Pines
diately
ital for
irted to


Dr.Imber Opening Office


Dr. Peter Carl Imber will
begin his practice in general
medicine here in Port St. Joe
; on, Monday. Dr. Imber's
offices are temporarily in the
Gulf Pines Hospital, where he
has set up offices in the south
wing of the hospital.
Dr. Imber was born in
Delphos, Ohio on December 2,
..1952. He was very active in
Boy Scouts as a youth and
i earned the rank of Eagle
Scout, as well as served eight
summers as a Bdy - Scout
counselor and director.


, Dr. Imber received his early
college training from Bowling--
Green University at Bowling
Green Ohio, where he gradu-
ated with a BS in special
education in 1976. He special-
ized in educable and trainable
mentally retarded persons
and orthopedically handicap-
ped persons.
He later graduated from
Wright State University
School of Medicine's charter
class in 1980, in Dayton. Ohio.
He earned outstanding student
honors in doctor patient rela-


tionship in medical school
class. Dr. Imber completed
his three year residency train-
ing in Family Practice in June
1983 in Wright State Univer-
sity residency program at
Yellow Springs, Ohio.

Dr. Imber is married to
Anna Sturgill Imber. They
have one child, Ann Nicole and
are expecting another later
this year.
Currently, the Imbers are
residing on Monument Ave-
nue.


Dr. and Mrs. Peter Imber, with their daughter, Ann Nichole. Dr. Imber will open his
Family Practice on Monday of next week. -Star photo


Nearly a year ago, prelim-
inary plans were completed
* for.,a water system for the
area, utilizing -treated water
from Port St. Joe, sent by
pipeline to the Beaches. Al-
though no definite deal was
struck, the City of Port St. Joe
told the County they would be
receptive, to a plan to sell
water to the Beaches as they
are currently doing to Oak
Grove.
A delegation from the Coun-
ty attended a meeting in
Tallahassee Friday and
learned a loan-grant could be
obtained for the beaches wa-
ter system if an application
was in Tallahassee by tomor-
row. The application was
finished up and sent in yester-
day (Wednesday). In the fi-
nance plan, the Beaches is
eligible for a grant of $577,900
and a loan of $461,100 at 7.8
percent interest.
Already this has been calcu-
lated to require some $9.20 per
month per customer to repay
the loan. Figures from the
most recent survey shows a
requirement of $2.50 to oper-


ate the system and pay for
repairs and $1.00 per 1,000 for
a 3,000 gallon minimum bill.
The total minimum bill would
be $15.75, or about $1.00 per
month more than a similar bill
at the Mexico Beach system.
There wasn't time to hold
the usual public hearings on
the matter before the people of
the Beaches. The County had
to act almost immediately if
the grant-loan deal was to be
taken advantage of. If the
County time-table worked out
as it was planned, the Com-
mission has already filed for
an application to finance the
system and get it started.
While the county has filed
the application for financing,
the final meeting for consider--
ation of the commitment will
be held Friday in Tallahassee.
HIGHLAND VIEW, TOO
If negotiations over the next-
few days are successful,, and
the financing for the Beaches
water system is approved, it
will also mean up-grading of
(Continued on Page 6)


Gulf Farmers Will Allow



Their Fields to Lay Empty


Fields' of grain have been common'sights across the
northern half of Gulf County, but the price of grain has ;


S As recently as 10 years ago, there
Were very few row crops planted in Gulf
County. When one talked about the crop
,. production of Gulf County, he was
W talking about, pulp wood and saw
timbers.
S The last' few years has- seeir a
revolution in farming in the county,'
from a strictly wood products agricul-


* caused farm operators to decide to let their fields, stand idle
this year. ---Star photo


tural environment to one of consider-
able crop.production activity.
Now, the.county.faces the prospect
of reverting back to a forest products
according to Extension Agent, Roy Lee
Carter. Carter says falling'crop prices
has virtually put 'the 'Gulf County
farmer, who depended heavily on small
grain production-out of business.


"Gulf County farmers are letting
their land lie ie this crop year" ,
Carter said, causee the price being
paid, particularly for soybeans, has
fallen below what it costs local farmers
- to produce them''.
Carter said that as recent as last
year, there were 384,000 bushels of
soybeans produced in Gulf County,


from 16,000 acres.
The Extension Agent said that from
a high of 16,000 acres planted last year,
less than 1,000 acres in soybeans are
being planted this year.
With the agricultural, operation
growing" by leaps and bounds in 'Gulf
County, the row crop activity involved
three major growers and up to 10
smaller producers a year ago. "Only
bone small farmer has planted soybeans
this 'year and none of the big
operators", Carter said.
A cutback has also'been made in
the production of rice, wheat and feed
grains, but not to the extent of
soybeans. Production of rice was
reduced last year when MK Ranches,
the primary rice producer here in Gulf
County cut their acreage to approxi-
mately 900 acres. MK has approximate-
ly the same number of acres in rice this
year. Their reduction is due to the
distance from the market rather than
the price being paid for the grain. The


closest rice market is in Mississippi.
The future of wheat in Gilf County
is still uncertain. A crop was just
harvested, and the market price of the
grain will dictate whether or not Gulf
farmers plant this fall.
LABOR REDUCTION
All of this reduction in production
has naturally reduced the number of
employees working in the farming
operations. According to Carter, FICO
Farms has reduced its force from about
70 people to a force of 10. MK Ranches
has cut back on its employees from a
force of 30 to 40 back to five to ten
employees. T.L. James Company, with
primarily a cattle operation, has been
largely unaffected by the cutback in
row crop operations.
This means that an average of
some 100 people are idle because of the
slumping market in field crop prices.
JOINING PIK OPERATION
Rather than plant their fields and


face the prospect of losing money on
their crop, local farmers are signing up
for the Government's new PIK pro;
gram, which is the old soil bank with a
new twist. The farmer allows his fields
to lie idle where they were producing a
crop which is now in surplus. ,As
payment for lying idle, the farmer' is
paid with a percentage in the field's
experienced production with the crop-
formerly grown on the field. So, the
farmer received a quantity of soybeans
to sell for not growing soybeans. -=
Carter said he didn't know what
this held for the future of agriculture in
the county. "Presently, the farmers
have no definite plans for the future,
except to wait and see what is going to
happen on the grain market", Carter
said.
"Cutting down on our production by
384,000 bushels on soybeans and 160,000
bushels of wheat will have a definite
impact on Gulf County", Carter said.


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Mill Resuming


Operation Monday
Officials of St. Joe Paper Company announced this
week that the local paper mill would resume operations
on Tuesday, July 19.
The mill has been down since July 2 for repairs,
inventory adjustment and observing the July 4 holidays.
According to the announcement received by The
Star this week, employee work schedules will be posted
on the bulletin board by Department Superintendents.


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Editorials and Comments


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, JULY 14. 1983


Z Dam Deci`



SSerious

It's hard to believe that the'
:: opponents to removal of the Dead
. Lakes Dam have simply folded up
:.. their tent, gone home and forgotten
, .: all about fighting the dam's remov-:
'- al. On the surface, it would appear
i. that, this is so. Failure to meet the
S deadline for filing a brief with the
courts spelling out their reason for
opposition to the dam's removal to
' be used in a public hearing is failure
to keep their fight going.
� . In face of the opposition to the"
dam's remaining in place from local'
. people, it -might seem like a winless
, fight to the opponents of the dam's
removal, but this doesn't usually
i stop people in this neck of the woods
, .- from pursuing their wants and
S isheg.
What the meeting tonight, of the.
' ead Lakes Water, Management:
b. b district will revedl remains to be'
. seen, but it hardly seems feasible
, 3-hat such an important decision will
me. e made without any opposition
: " ing voiced when it counts.
z : We're still neutral on the matter
i ince we don't claim to have the.
jai . : expertise in lakes and their welfare
M) make an intelligent decision about
.: The matter. If it were a matter of, try
S: iis and if it doesn't work, try that,
S:e could decide along with the best


Unprintal

We have had a rash,of letters
lately which people would have us
stick our neck out and print, but the.
... letters come from people who don't
,' IS want to sign their names to their
* epistles, even though we will print
them and withhold the names if the
writer so desires.
Still, we want the letters signed
Sbe fore we print them. This is a
rp reFsentof -almost' every riews- '-
paper in the nation which we know
anything about. It is also our
-' requirement. If-you don't intend to
| sign your name to a letter written to
S',. ,2us with the expectation of having it
r' printed, you had just as well save
L $ your energy and your 20c, because
- we won't print it.
=:" j Sign it, and you have a good
7 chance.
We have also had a few of those
letters in the past couple of week
which are plainly libelous.
We won't print these either,
-:rsince we stand just as liable for their
S-ontents as the writer does. We don't
intend to foolishly print a letter-
--, containing libel and stand the
chance of losing all we have worked
all our life for, simply so you can
vent your spleen.
Letter writers take that old ploy,
of "I know you're afraid to print this
letter", or, "You won't print this


son Needs



Thought

of them as to what to do in this
matter. Since this is more than
likely going to be the last decision we
herein Gulf County ever get to make
concerning the Dead Lakes, we had
'better make certain it is the correct
decision. -
The- emotional decision we can
understand. If you owned land on the
shore of the Dead Lakes, you would
want "your" !waterline to remain
right where you had planned for it to
be. If you are one of the thousands
who look at the Dead Lakes as a
good fishing place and a beautiful
plade to look at, you are more than a
little concerned over its remaining
for these purposes.
The best thing for the lakes and
its production ofw*hichever we want
the most is what 'should be the
Primary consideration. If we want to
look at water and maintain lakes at'
a constant depth, leave the dam as it
is. If we want production of fishing
and recreation dit of the lakes, let's
take another look.
We believe 'the majority of the
people in Giulf County want the dam:
removed. If so, we're all for it.- We
just want its removal to be based on
good sound advice and reasoning,
and not emotions.,


te Letters


because you are protecting (the
party involved)".
. We've heard all those and do not A IA
fall for them. We won't be goaded
into printing something which is
plainly libel or unsigned.
We are not lawyers here at The
Star, but we have a fair understand-
ing of what is libel and what is not. . IL*
We'll use this knowledge on each and . L
everyeeard further is~any A few Sundays ago . our
question, we will get the opinion of Sunday School Class. was
an attorney, discussing one of the most
This doesn't mean we won't important topics related to
life; we were discussing dy-
print controversial letters. We will. ing! At least they were. I was
But when you sit down to write a just sitting there listening and
letter, stick to facts if it is skirting I could hardly believe what I
libel, or you will get your letter heard.
dumped in the wastebasket. Re- Our Sunday School teacher,
member, also, the facts aren't a man who is knowledgeable.
. 1 and respected in our commu-
usually what you THINK they are. nity, stated that none of us
As a matter of fact, they are seldom would want to live forever. His
as you 'THINK they are. 'explanation was that all of our
We know a few people have friends would die and then all
our children and their children
gotten upset because we didn't print would die, and the changes in
their letters in the past few weeks, technology and time would&
but a letter column. isn't a public leave us a human vegetable
forum to tell somebody off or flung into a far advanced
make wild charges., society in which we could not
rAe . adapt. He also mentioned that
A letter column is a place for we would be a graphic mon-
you to express yourself and your" ster among the people of a few
ideas, and not 16to make wild' charges." generations-from now.
at's the wayit' in this. ,His comments didn't sur-
That's te way it'll be ,in this. prise me too much because he
newspaper. is a thinker, and will often say


AN $ WORJ.D.


I Want to

BY SHAD PHANTRY


things just to get a good
discussion going. What did
surprise me, however, was the
fact that almost everyone in
the class agreed with him!
Suddenly, people I knew'and
respected were giving reasons
why they didn't want to live
forever. I had a sudden sense
of being in a dream and would
hope that it would soon be
over, and I would awake. It
was not so.
One lady said that it would
be no fun knowing you were
going to live forever. And,
besides that,'there were the
'children that had to take over
and do things their Way some
day. "Hog-Wash," I thought.
"Poor excuse is better than
none! " .
A man sitting much closer to
me said he didn't want to live
forever because he might get'
too old to play golf and that life
wouldn't be the same without
being able to play golf.
"Horsefeathersl" I almost


felt and I didn't want there to
be any mistake about it, least
one of them run me down on
* my way home from church. I
replied thusly:
* "I'll tellyouhow long I want_
jLive to live. T want to live and be
Active until I'm about ninety-
five'(95). I might then get sick
and suddenly make a turn for
the worst and the doctor would
call all my-family in, and just
exclaimed aloud. s '-I'am ,at'aeath's door, I will
Another person testified make a startling recovery and
that there would eventually be within the next week, be back
no means of support for them on the golf course playing a
and, they wouldn't ,want to round with one of my friend's
have the worry of trying to 'sons." .
support themselves at a much "Later (years) I might be
older age. "Some people wor- the best man atn my good
ry about such petty things," I friend-s great, great grand-
thought through clenched son's wedding. I might have to
teeth. . use a cane but what's wrong
I was struck numb;..my with that? People use canes
mind was reeling!: Was I today and nobody thinks any-.
really hearing what was being thing of it."
said? I could not' believe Several years later I .might
anyone wanted to die; or be asked to escort my young-'
would admit it, anyway. est son's great niece to the
I was soon brought out of my "Space-Rockett Slamboo"
:state of shock by a question dance. Who knows, I might be
directed at me from our able to show them something
instructor. "You wouldn't they don't know. A couple' of
want to live forever, -would drinks (if they still drink then);
you, Shad?" he asked humbly and I would probably be the
and with sad eyes. life of the party. I wouldn't
I sat very still, staring at giveup, that's for sure!"
nothing, for quite a few mo- "So my retirement and.
ments. Every eye in the room Social Security has run out.
was on me and my:mind was Who cares? People around me
racing. I had to tell them how I would have plenty of money


and they could help me. Didn't
I help plenty when I was in my
heyday? And if they won't
help me I'll steal from them.
What can they do to me?
Ha-ha, Im immortal and I've
got them right where I want
them" .-
"Suddenly I become gravely
ill 'and the doctor can't find
any living relatives. So what?
What could they do if they
were there? ,'Noh of them
would be doctors, probably. I
recover and start over again...
back to Marvin Avenue and
the golf course. What a
life!!!"
"So, Mr. :Sunday School
Teacher arid allof you in this
class, my answer is - YE S,
YES, YES! A million times'.
YES! I want to live and live
and live and lively I. love life
and everything about it! Even
the hard times are wonder-
ful!"
Then I thought about the
coming week.'.Man, 'I'll -tell
you what. If I make it through
that one it will be miracle


WhenOur
hees Go Down
InFlames,
Our Dolars GoUp
InSmoke.


Heavy Rains


A WHILE BACK I was being
facetious when I said I was going to
apply for a government loan to cover
.the loss of my crop, since my -pecan
S."crop dwindled from a tree-full down to.
only one.
I should have kept my mouth shut,
because now I find myself'.in the
position of being in a geunine position
where my crop has been ruined by the
' weather and all that work will go down
the drain. The rains .and hot sun has
."-* ruined one of my crops this year to the
point where there will be no harvest.
My tomato crop is gone! Blistered!
3Btirned up!
From a position of having some of
Sthe healthiest looking tomato plants in
t0fown to the position of having those
-',plants burned to cinders overnight has
put me out of the tomato business this
S.ear. There I was. I had planted eight
plants and they were doing grand. The
i-marigolds which were planted along-
side the tomatoes were keeping the
bugs away and the plants were big,
husky, green, and bearing a flock of-
blooms and small tomatoes.


SThen Brigi

I had read where the best way to '
plant tomatoes is to dig a hole about two
feet deep and a foot and a half across,
backfilling with a mixture of rotted
bark, fertilizer and soil, burying the


Hot Sunshine, Puts Whammy On Tomato Crop


Does that qualify me for a low cost
crop loan? .
THE RAINS CAUSE other prob-
lems, too. It causes things to grow


ETAOIN SHRDLU

. By:W


plant up to the top two leaves of the
young*plant.
I followed these directions to the
letter, and it worked. I had tomato
plants as tall as I am and individual
leaves as large as my hand. That's
without exaggeration. .
Then, along came the heavy rains,
followed by the hot, steamy sun, and I
was out of the tomato business.


correct that situation, the easy way.
Just put down a little herbicide, then
come back with some grass sprigs, and
the front lawn would be in fine shape
once again.


esley Ri Ramsey.,


TOO fast . . . like grass!
Ever since the beginning of spring,
Frenchie has been trying to kill, the
grass and weed combination which has
taken over the front yard, in order to
plant some good grass in its stead. The
dry weather last year attacked after
the mole crickets had done their job on
the front yard and left it in a shambles.
Early this spring, we were going to


It hasn't worked out that, way.
With the rains coming down every
day, the grass-and weeds-have been
thriving. The herbicide does its job,
killing out the growth in the front yard.
But by the time you wait two weeks for
the herbicide to dissipate, the grass has
started growing again. The problem is
that it isn't the kind of grass we wanted.
The kind of grass we want won't start.


Maybe if we ever get the weeds and
barnyard grass killed down, the rains
will stop and ruin any prospects we
might have of getting a cover of nice
green over the front yard this year.
* .' . ++++
I WOULDN'T MAKE a very good
farmer. In the first place, working
outsilie in the hot sun doesn't grab me
as a fun thing to do.
When you join the hot.sun with my
brown thumb, I would be in trouble as a
farmer.
This hasn't been my year on the
back forty (feet). -- -
My tomatoes met a sudden end.
The late cold snap cut my pear crop
down miserably. I think there is about a
half dozen pears on a tree which is
normally loaded. The small fig tree is
doing well. The pecan tree has a few
pecans on it, but ndt enough to make a
mess of fudge, even if the squirrels
don't get them.
As a matter of fact, I haven't seen
our back yard squirrel residents lately.
Maybe they've given up on me as a


farmer, too. They probably get mighty
tired on a steady diet of pine cones and
acorns. If they were depending on me to
grow them a few pecans and a pear or
two to supplement an otherwise dull
diet this year, they are out of luck.
They may have gone on down the
street, hunting something fit to eat,
since I'm not going to furnish it.
Even the birds grabbed my blue-
berry crop before I could get them
. picked.
I got the first' bunch to ripen, but
forgot to check them a couple of days
later and the birds cleaned me out.

NOW, IF THIS tald doesn't qualify
me for a low interest crop disaster loan,
I'm just going to quit trying to get one.
I have never had a year before,
where all my attempts at growing a
morsel or two to eat all went for naught.
I'll not quit, though. Next year-or
even before-I'm going to go back to
the earth with a seed or a plant and
start all over again.
We farmers are a persistent lot.


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PAGE THREE


Assembly


In Revival


G The Oak Grove Assembly of
SGod will be in revival begin-
ning Sunday, July 17 and
continuing through July 20,
according to the pastor of the
church, Rev. Dave Fernan-
dez. Services will be held
twice on' Sunday, at 11:00
a.m., and6:15 p.m. and at 7:15
p.m. each night during the
week.
Robert Gatlin will be the;
guest speaker for the special
services.


OBITUARY:

Robert B. Fox Dies


Friday At Home
Robert B. Fox, 76, of 2101 Martha, of Port St. Joe; his
Long Avenue, died Friday at son, Major Peter Hason Fox of
his home. He was a native of the U.S. Air Force, Langley
Chicigo, Ill., and had lived in Field, Va.; two daughters,
Port St. Joe since 1956.. Marjorie Fox Segrest of Port
. Fox was a retired mechani- Gibson, Miss.,. and Carol E.
pal engineer and helped in the King of Winter Garden.: one
building of the Glidden-SCM brother, Joseph Ardin Fox of
plant here in Port St. Joe. He San Bernardino, Calif.; one
was president of, the Florida sister, Jane Fox Twigg of
Waterway Association, a Chicago, Ill.; seven grand-
member of the board.. of children and five great-grand-
Tennesseetombigbee Water- children.
way Authority, past president Funeral services were held
of the Rotary Club of Port St Monday, July 11, at 1 p.m.,
Joe and a former city corn from St. James Episcopal
missioner of Port St. Joe. Church of Port St. Joe with the
He is survived by his wife, Rev Harry Babbitt officiating.
Active pallbearers included
EXCELLENT his grandsons and honorary
pallbearers were members of
COPIES the church vestry.
Burial was in the family plot
Available At of Holly Hill Cemetery of
The Star Port St. Joe.
3 W i; Gilmore Funeral Home was
306 Williams Ave. in charge of arrangements.


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Four new members were
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past week. The new members
will serve on the board of the
organization which serves
Calhoun, Gadsden, Franklin,
Leon, Gulf, Jackson and Wa-.
kulla Counties.
New members serving on
the board include: Altpn Fen-
nell, City Commission of Port
St. Joe; Dewey Goldenetz, city
councilman of St. Marks;

Church of

God Having

Speaker
The Church of God, Sixth
Street, Highland View, will be
having a special guest speaker
Sunday morning at 11:00.
Arnold Godwin, North Florida
Evangelism Director, will be
ministering in message and
song.
You are invited to come and
join in for a time of worship
and fellowship.

Howard Creek

Homecoming
Howard Creek Mission is
having their annual Home-
coming this Sunday, July 17th.
The day will include singing,
preaching, and dinner on the
grounds. Everyone is invited
to bring their talent, and
favorite dish.
Services will begin at 9:45
a.m. EST, with the worship
service at 11:00, and following
the worship service, there will
be gospel singing and talent.


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hassee; and Willie Smith, city
councilman of Malone.
Gulf Rifle
Club to Meet
The Gulf Rifle Club will hold
their July meeting at 7:30
P.M., July 14th, at theWelding
Shop classroom.
On the agenda are the
Women's Pistol Course, -and
the Hunter Safety program.
All members and guests are
urged to attend.
NOTICE
This letter iswritten to the
person or persons who took the
two rose bushes from my
father's grave at Forest Hill
Cemetery sometime after
Father's Day and before July
first.
To whom it may concern: I
am very sorry that you cannot
afford rose bushes, but if. you
will let me know who you are,
I will gladly give you one.
Those two looked beautiful on
my father's grave. Aii I
would appreciate it very much
if they were returned. Thank
you.
Sincerely,
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1983


Judy Elizabeth Hendrix and Lee


Saunders Brannon Exchange Vows


Judy Elizabeth Hendrix and
Lee Saunders Brannon were
joined in holy matrimony on
June 25 at the Long Avenue
Baptist Church. The candle-
light, double-ring ceremony
was performed by Dr. Daniel
Duncan and the Reverend
Alvin Harbour.
The bride is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. John Wayne
Hendrix, and the bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dewey L. Brannon of Bonifay,
and the grandson pf Mrs. A. C.
Saunders, Sr. of Hartford, Ala.
The brass candelabra were
entwined with English ivy.
Magnolia leaves formed the
background. Family pews
were marked with white can-
dlelight bows.
A program of prenuptial
music was presented by Larry
Alford, brother-in-law of the-
S.i groom. Among the selections
, ere "Oh Perfect Love"
(Barnby), "Jesu, Joy of Man's
Desiring" (Bach), and "The
Lord's Prayer." As the bride
S entered the "Bridal Chorus
S rom Lohengrin" was played
s and the Recessibhonal was by
* - Mendelssohn. ; .
, . Given in marriage by her,
father, the bride's gown was
�' - white chiffonette with a fitted
S odice and an attached chapel
S tiain. The high ruffled neck-
line and bishop sleeves were
S acented .with schiffle em-
-' roidery. She wore a match-
.* img fingertip tiara with
9 scalloped pearl-edged veil.
he bridal bouquet was a
cascade of white garden roses
abd ruffle fern interspersed
S with gyposophilia and picou
sstin ribbon. �
S Sharing the maid of honor
* duties were the bride's sis-
ters: Miss Becky Hendrix of
. Washington, D. C.; and Mrs.
S . Jck Harder Jimison, Jr. of
Winter Park. They wore iden-
ipal formal length floral
cl ifon skirts over pink taffeta
Oad accented with pink cum-
nieri"unds. The' white chiffon
S Ilovkes were fashioned with
Sngl sleeves and high cowl
* i ecklines.
:'The bridegroom chose as his
best man his-father, Dewey L�.
Brannon of Borifay. His'usher
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groomsmen were Mitchel
Brannon, brother of the
groom; and Jack Harder
Jimison, Jr. of Winter Park.
Mrs. Charles Brown direct-
ed the wedding and reception.
Assisting at the ceremony
and decorating the church


the wedding party and guests
with a reception at their home.
Hendrick's roses decorated
the party rooms. Mrs. Dave
Maddox greeted guests at the
door. The bride's book was
attended by Mrs. Steve Hatta-
way. Mrs. Larry Alford of


MRS. BRANNON '


were Mrs. Tom Parker, Jr.,
Mrs. Dave Maddox, Mrs. Paul
Pierce, Mrs. Keith Ward, Mrs.
Cecil Harrison, and Mrs..
.Wesley R. Ramsey. . ..
Following the ceremony, the
bride's parents entertained
. U


Bonifay, sister of the groom,
cut the wedding cake. Punch
was served by Mrs. John
Register of Slocomb, Ala., and
.Mrs. Norman Bixler. .Rice
bags were presented to the
guests by Nan and Will Alford,
Bonifay, niece and nephew of'
the groom. Assisting in enter-
taining the guests were Mrs.
Jean Atchison, Mrs. Gannon
Buzzett, Mrs. Neil Arnold,
Mrs. John Core, Mrs. Floyd
Grace, and Mrs. Homer
WEight.
Out of town guests were:
Miss Becky Hendrix, Wash-
ington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Harder Jimison, Jr.,
Winter Park; Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Carlson, Orange City;
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Booth, East
Point, Ga.; Mrs. J. Milner
Adams, and Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Hendrix, Cartersville,
Ga.; Dr. and Mrs. Paul
Hendrix, Wytheville, Va.;
Dean and Mrs. John Lips-
comb, Mt. Berry, Ga.; Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Thompson,


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Conyers, Ga.; Mrs. Dewey L.
Brannon, mother of the
groom, Bonifay; Mrs. A. C.
Saunders, Sr., grandmother of
the groom, and Mrs. James
Thomas, Hartford, Ala.; Mr.
and Mrs. Larry Alford, Will
and Nan; Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Alford, Mr. and Mrs. W. R..
Branton, Bonifay; Mr. aind
Mrs. Allen Potter, Meg, Wes-
� ley, and Grace, Chipley; Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Saunders, Jr.,
Julie and Russ, Evergreen,
Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul
Griffith, Marianna; Dr. Judy
Greer, Oxford, Ga.; Mr. arid
Mrs. John Melear, Boynton
Beach; Mrs. Michael Vaughn
and Aubry, Humble, Texas;
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Triece,
Deltona; Mrs. John Register,
Slocomb, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs.
Steve Belin, Ft. Worth, Texas;
Mrs. Cecil Davis, Jr., Talla-
hassee; Mrs. Steve Atchison,
Sara and James, Houston,
Texas; and Mrs. Don Clark,
Denver, Colo.
The rehearsal dinner was
June 24 at Gulf Sands Restaur,-
ant ~St. Joe Beach. !It way
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Dewey

Williams,

Pittman,


To Marry |

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin GJI
Williams have announced the,
engagement and approaching.
*marriage of their daughter,,
,.Simona.Kay Williams, toJohn|
Fitzgeirald Pittman, son of Mr..,
and Mrs. Charles W. Pittman."
The bride-elect is. a 1979!
graduate of Port St. Joe Highi
School, and a 1983 graduate of
Florida A&M University, Tal-
lahassee, where she received-
her Bachelor of Science De-
gree in Administrative Office'
Management. She is presently'
employed with the Depart-,
ment of Civilian Personnel at
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WILLIAMS - PITTMAN
Tyndall Air Force Base.
Her fiance is a 1981 graduate
of Port St. Joe High School. He
is presently serving in the
United States Army.
The wedding is planned for
July 30 at 6:00 P.M. at New
Bethel African Methodist
Episcopal Church. A reception
will follow at St. Joseph's Bay
Country Club. All friends iaid
relatives are invited to attend.







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Shown above: from left, Mrs. Garrell Noah, mother of
the groom-elect; Miss Vick Land, the honoree; Mrs. Marvin
Land, her mother; and Mis. Charles Norton, hostess.
, -Star photo

Luncheon for


Miss
.Mrs'. George An
Ashley Costin, M
Norton, and Mrs. (
honored Miss V
Saturday, July 9, w
luncheon for 20 gi
The Turner ho
lovely setting for
.occasion. The lunc
were covered v
cut-work and lace
enhanced by h
ceramic baskets
yellow daisies a
breath. Beautiful
was - in evidence
the living and din
SMis Land is the'


MARLENE AND SCOTT


i Engaged

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. School and graduated from
Young of St. Joe Beach are Shaw Adult Center. He also
proud to announce the engage- attended Tom P. Haney Voca-
ment and approaching marri- tional-Technical School, and
age of their daughter, Marlene graduated with a degree in
Lisa, to Matthew "Scott" Auto Mechanics.
Tate, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marlene and Scott will ex-
Charles R. Tate of Panama change their wedding vows on
City. September 17, at 7:30 p.m.
S ... (E.S.T.) at Beach Baptist
Marlene is a graduate of Chapel. A reception will follow
Port St. Joe High School and immediately in the Church
attended Tom P. Haney Voca- Fellowship Hall. No local
tional-Technical School, and invitations are being sent, but
graduated with a degree in all friends and relatives are
Cosmetology, invited to join Marlene and
Scott attended Bay High Scott on this joyous occasion.


Vicki Land
chors, Mrs. bride-elect of Alston PNoah of
rs. Charles Selma, Ala;
reg Turner In lieu .of corsages, the
Vicki Land honoree; her mother, Mrs.
itha seated Marvin Land; and Mrs. Gar-
mests. rell Noah, mother of the
me was tive bridegroom-elect found origi-
hen tesablve nal, hand-made ceramic jewel
heon tables boxes at their places: Each
cith lovely had been inscribed in gold
cloths, and with the names of the couple
and-crafted and their wedding date. Vieki
nd baby's was also presented a silver
m1d baby's Paul Revere by the hostesses.
* 5~5*fraaa


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ing areas.
August 20th


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


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
3Mc 6130
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L. Brannon, and Mrs. Larry
, Alford.
SA tea was given on May 27 at
Sthe home of Mrs. Rex Buzzett.
Other hostesses were Mrs.
Gannon Buzzett, Mrs. Joe
Hendrix, Mrs. J. Lamar Mil-
ler, Mrs. John L. Miller, and
Mrs. Silas R. Sione.
A luncheon at Bay Point,
Panama City, on May 28 was
given by Mrs. Jean Atchison,
Mrs. George Core, Mrs. Frank
Hannon, Mrs. Dave May, and
Mrs. Roy Smith.
A bridesmaids' luncheon
was given on June 23 at the
home of Mrs. Tom Parker, Jr.
Mrs. George Anchors was
co-hostess.
Out of town relatives were
invited for lunch on the day) of
'the wedding at the home of
Mrs. L. L. Copenhaver. Other
hostesses were Mrs. Janet
Anderson, Mrs. W. L. Altstaet-
ter, Mrs. Alice Bowen, Mrs.
Roy Gibson, Jr., Mrs. David
Groom, and Mrs. Charles
Wall.











Patricia Denise Sasser


'THE STAR; Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY. JULY 14, 1983


Craig Weimorts Are Wed Youth-Led RevivalAt


Patricia Denise: Sasser and
.Craig Stephen Weimorts were
joined in marriage on June 18
at the White City Baptist
Church. The 4:00 p.m. candle-
light,, double ring ceremony
was performed by the Rev.
James E. Pate.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sasser of
Port St. Joe. She is the
granddaughter of Mrs. Troy
W. Boman of DeLand, and the.
late Mr. and Mrs.'C.J. Sass6r
of Crestview
.Thebridegroom is the son'of
Mr. iid Mrs. Archie' Wei-.
morts of White City.-He is the'
grandson of Gehew and Bon-
nie D. Lint6n,and Lula Mable
and the late Paul Y. Wei-
morts, all of Ponce DeLeon.
.Nuptial music was perform-
ed by Mary Lou Sewell,
soloist; and Mrs. Eloise Harp-
er, pianist.
Given in marriage by her
parents and escorted to the
altar by her father, the bride
wore a white gown of sheer
polyester chiffon knit and
lace. The lace applique bodice
featured a Queen Anne neck-,
) line edged in lace and seed
pearls,-and an empire waist-
' line accented with seed pearls.
It was complemented by sheer
lace bishop sleeves with wide
cuffs. The skirt of lace over
taffeta formed a chapel-length
train. For her headpiece she
wore a lace cap to which was
.attached' a sheer veil of
chapel-length which was ed-
ged in lace to match the bridal
Sgown.
She carried a cascade of
pinl roses, and burgundy and
white rosebuds, with bur-
gundy and pink satin stream-


ers.
Miss Wendy Bass of Ft.
Walton Beach, was the maid
of honor. Archie Weimorts,
father of the groom served as
best pnan.
Serving as ushers were
Kenneth Weimorts and Denzil
Weimorts,. brothers of the
groom. ...
Following the ceremony'; a
reception was held' in, the,
fellowship tall of.the church.
During :the reception, Pam
Lowry and Donna Ssser,
sister of the bride, served the
bridal cake; Katrina Wester
served the groom's cake:


MR. AND M

"Sunday clears aWay .the
rust of the -whole week./'
Joseph Addisonri


SO

V SERVICES
July 14,15- & 1
. Evangelist Ronnie Baker
of Pensacola will be leading
services Wednesday through |
Friday and Sunday
7:00 P.M. Evening Services .
10 A.M. Sunday Morning
Everyone Is. Invited'to Attend

UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH :
10th Street * Highland View
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Charlotte Weimorts, sister of
the groom, attended the punch
bowl; Diane Anderson, sister
of the bride, served coffee;
Dawn Bond and Cindy Sulli-
van were the floor hostesses.
Inga Smith, of Mobile, Ala-
bama, attended the bride's
book.
The wedding and reception
was directed by Mrs. Martha
Weimorts, sister-in-law of the
grogm." '
ZAfter a wedding trip to
Destin, the couple will reside
in Fort Polk, LA where the
groom is currently stationed
with the U. S. Army.


Long Avenue Baptist


"Jesus...He's The Onel !"'is though Sunday, July 14-17.
the theme for the youth-led The services will begin each
revival at Long Avenue Bap- night at 7;00 P.M. A two-man
tist church this Thursday youth evangelistic team made

Beach and White

*ty Baptist Revivals


Beach Baptist Chapel and
White City FBC would like to
extend a warm welcome to6
everyone to attend their
Youth-Led Revival Services
July 17-21.
The revival services are
under the direction of Mr.
Ronnie Webb, Minister of
Youth-Recreation, Shady
Oaks Baptist Church, Hurst,
Texas. He will be bringing a
group of young people from
his church to work with the
young people in Beach Baptist
Chapel and White City FBC in
reaching out to the people of
our community.
Revival services will be bold
in Beach Baptist Chapel July
17 at 6:45 p.m. and July 18 and
19 at 7:00 p.m. Beach Baptist
Chapel is located at the corner
of Columbus and Alabama
Streets, Port St. Joe Beach.
Bro. William Smith is pastor.


S. WEIMORTS "

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Guidelines Changed
New Federal guidelines became effective May 1, 1983,
regarding free give away of butter, cheese and other com-
modities.
New guidelines will cut out many qualified applicants
that were receiving cheese and butter in the past. Former-
ly, residents 60 years or older qualified for the program :
S regardless of their income. New guidelines limit free com-
modities to those people who receive Unemployment
benefits, Supplemental Security Income (S.S.I.), Aid for
Dependent Children (A.F.D.C.) or Food Stamps.
Under the new guidelines all recipients must present
written proof of qualifications that will be attached to'
their applications certifying their acceptance. Food
Stamp Cards, AFDC Cards, S.SJ. Cards, will not be ac-
cepted as written proof under the new guidelines. All
documentation of eligibility rmust be up to date.
. New.guidelines ca for re-certifying all recipients.:
Recertification clinics will take place Friday, July 22,
from 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. The sites are: Port St. Joe,
-Washington Site "D" Street; and Wewahitchka - Old
Elementary Lunchroom.


up of Troy Varnum, preach-
ing, and John Setterlind,
music, will lead the revival
with youth of' Long Avenue
Baptist filling the choir, usher-
ing, and leading in prayer.
Miss Donna Jones will be
playing the pian for the.
services.
Fellowships are planned
after each service for all
youth, 7-12 grades, with re-
freshments and sharing time.
On Sunday evening; July 17,
the youth choir :from Em-.
manuel Baptist Church, La-
fayette, Louisiana, will be
presenting the musical "The I
Mountain Song,"' to bring the
revival meetings to a close.
Though it is being called a
youth-led revival, all ages are
invited and encouraged to.
come and be a part of the
services each night.


Gulf Pines,


PAGE FIVE


Hospital


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Plans

Observance
Mt. CarInel. Missionary
Baptist Church will have their
-annual Women and Men's day..
Sunday, July 17, according to
the chairperson for the event,
Winnie Hamilton. " '
Special speaker ,for the
special Sunday activity will be
Missionary Martha Dixson of
Thompson 'Temple, who, will
bring the morning message.
The evening speaker will be,
Rev. Harry Drayton of Pana-
ma City. Rev. Drayton is the
vice-moderator of the New
Gulf Coast Association..
Rev, John Coachman will be
the guest speaker at the
church at the first Sunday
services in August.

Mrs.Sulzer

Is Hostess
Mrs. Norman Sulzer was
hostess to the Presbyterian
Women of the Church 'Mon-
day, July. 11. Mrs. Harold
Beyer gave the devotional,
based on Colossians 4:2-6,
noting Paul's guidelines for
christian living and -dealing
with others. Prayer followed,
offering thanksgiving for the
ability to speak of the myster-
ies of Christ, walking in
wisdom with those who are
without,'using your time wise-
ly and speaking with salty
seasoning and grace in your
answers to man.
Mrs. John Robert Smith will
be hostess for the August 1
meeting. Mrs. John Stuart will
give the devotional.


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Revival services will also be
held in White City FBC July 20
and 21 at 7:00 p.m. White City
*FBC is located on Hwy. 71 in
White City. Bro. James Pate is
'pastor.
Both churches are on East-
ern Daylight Savings Time. A
nursery will be provided for'
all services at both churches.
Please make your plans now
to be in attendance.






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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1983


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TROPHY PRESENTATION: The young men above par-
ticipated in the annual Buck Griffin Memorial Fishing Tour-


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"Jiggs9" On

Road Again

'LOOK OUT FOR "Jiggs"i
Bewey as he rides his bike
back- and forth from
Apalachicola as he commutes
to Port St. Joe to work at
Driesbach Cleaners. Jiggs
says the ride gives him some
much needed exercise to keep
the size of his stomach under
control" and' enjoy thb ojit-
doors. "Jlggs" reverts to tlhe
bike for transportation each
summer.
He' urges all other bikers,
especially children, to" obey
the .traffic rules, wear bright
clothing, and display flags oh0
the rear of their bicycles.
-Star photo


Florida's County

MaUp In O Book
The Sunshine State has 67
counties, and 96,000 miles of
roads, To travel and find the
opportunities it has.to offer
- land, lakes, streams,
forests or wildlife - county
maps become a necessity.
, A county map book is cur-
rently available. All 67 large
scale maps - one of each
county - together with an
index to communities and
useful information, are con-
tained in the 160 page book.
You may obtain.the Florida
Couity Maps book, with
large 22-xl6inch double
spread si.e pages, by sen-
ing $10.00 to: Bureau of
Maps, Box 5317, Talla-
hassee, Florida 32314. Please


nament held recently at the St. Josephf's Bay Country Club,
and won a trophy for their fishing abilities. From left: War-
ren Renfro, largest bass; Billy Barlow, supervisor; David
Whitfield, largest catfish; Joey Williams, largest
shelleracker; Benny Roberts, City Commissioner in charge
of recreation; Jed Campbell, largest bream; and Frank
Dykes, most fish. -Star photo


Wheat Crop Damage-


Must Be Reported
"Farmers who insure their Failure to
wheat crop with the Federal beginning to
Crop Insurance Corporation 30 days afte.
are reminded of :the new unit may res
policy requirement to report the insurance
crop damage at least 15 days
before they begin to harvest if
they anticipate a loss on any
unit, stated .John Lawrence, EXC
District'Director. / '
SIn addition t notice prior to -C O
harvest, a'Jfarmer must also
,give an additional report not Nw Now A
later than 30 days after Th
completing harvest for each T h
unit of insured wheat.. 308 Wi
These .reports should be
made to the insurance agent
handling their crop insurance.


A Fine

Joey and Eugene Raffield work with fish
and fishing all week long, week after week. Sp
what do they do when they get a. couple of
days off "around a holiday? They gO
buy themselves a ticket on a deep sea fishing
party boat and go fishing! That's what they


allow 4 to 6 weeks for
delivery. No telephone, calls
please - orders received on-
y by mail. (AFNS)


"It is flattering some men to
endure them." Lord Halifax


ROCKY MOUNTAIN
SPOTTED FEVER
AND LYME DISEASE.


Two types of infectious
diseases that occur more
often during the warmer
months of the year are
Rock Mountain Spotted
Fever and Lyme Disease.
More people died from
these diseases last year in
the U.S. than from snake
. bites. The physicians of
Florida would like to let
you know how to
recognize these diseases
and how to protect
yourself against contract-
ing them.
Despite its name, Rocky .
Mountain Spotted Fever
occurs more frequently in
the southeastern and
southwestern states. It is .
usually carried by a. wood
or dog tick. Immediate
medicAl attention is
necessry- for suspected
victims. Fever, headache,
a rash and an 'acheyv"
feeling are symptoms that
-usually begin three to'18'
days after the bite..
Summer campers and
hikers-may encounter.
. Lyme disease which; is
transmitted by ticks-in
wooded areas. The signs
of this disease are similar
to those of Rocky Moun-
tain, Spotted Fever but
'also may include a large,
sore wound on the skin,
joint pain and swollen
lymph glands. A physician
should be seen as soon as
possible if these symptoms
develop.
There is no vaccine for
either of these diseases,
but there are some precau-'
tionary steps that can be
taken to lessen the chance
of exposure: wear clothing
that will cover most of
your skin; use an insect


repellent on your exposed
skin and on your clothes
(ones containing
diethyltoluamide or
dimethi lpthalate work
well): and most impor-
tantly check )our entire
body frequently for ticks.,


* If you should find a tik
Son your skin, you should'
remove it carefully, "
avoiding crushing it or
leaving the head embed-
ded in your skin. One ef-.
fective way is to coat the
tick with clear finger naIl
polish, and when it is
dead. pull it out slowly ,
with tweezers or fingers.
protected with gauze or
tissue. Another way is to'
light a match, blow it out,
and apple% the hot embei;
to the tick to kill it.
After removal, wash ;'
your hands and the bitted
area with soap and water.
Make a note of the date to
you can tell the doctor it
you develop symptoms of
Rocky Mountain Spotted
Feser or Lyme Disease.'




This is a medical
message from the Florida
Medical Association on
behalf of the doctors of
Florida presented as a
public service feature of\
this publication.


did recently when they had a few days off and
caught this catch of snapper and grouper and
were just as proud of their catch as if fishing
were a novelty to them rather than a
vocation. ,-Star photo,


Beaches
(Continued From Page 1)
the water system at Highlaid
View. This system, putr in
about 20 years ago, 'has
deteriorated from lack of
repair until the treatment
system needs extensive ren-
ovation. The Highland View
distribution system will also
be tied into the pipeline which
Swill be built to the beach,
serving treated water to the
community from the Beach
pipeline.
WATER'FRANCHISE
A letter from' Cape San Bias
Water System, asked the
county to provide them with
an exclusive franchise to
provide a central water sys-
tem to the beaches area in
southeastern Gulf County.
The Commission was reluc-
tant to give such a franchise,
while still wanting to have
some control over the opera-
tion of the system.:
Attorney William, J. Rish
told the Commission Florida
law forbade them granting
exclusive franchises except as
the result of a referendum.
San Bias Water said they
were asking for the exclusive
franchise because they had
learned another developer
was going to install a water
system apd they felt the area
would be better served from
one system, 'under, control of
local government, than from
several smaller installations.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business 'matters,
the Commission:
-Approved of a bid from
Beard Equipment Company to
furnish the county with'a new
motor grader. Beard's bid was
$48,901.00 with frade of the old
machine for a, John Deere
gradei.. The' bid was $10,000
less than the next lowest.
-Approved of a bid of
$5,312.53 to overhaul a diesel
engine for the Mosquito Con-
trol Department. The low bid
was entered' by East Point
Diesel.'
-The Board let out a call for
bids for a new ambulance to
serve the P'ort St. Joe area.
-Bids were also spent out for
selling the county a new
backhoe for the Road Depart-
ment. Simultaneous calls
were sent out to receive bids
on' the county's old backhoe,
which will be sold or traded in.


give notice before
harvest or within
r harvest of each
suit in rejection of
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Agents Help In Emergencies


Play Important Role In Local Disaster Team Work


Florida's Extension agents
are best known for the advice
they offer on agricultural and
home economics problems.
But in times of disaster, the
state's 300 county agents play
an important role in local
emergency teams.
"Our most important func-
tion is providing information
to people before and immedi-
* ately after a disaster," says
Dr. John T. Woeste, Dean for
' Extension at the University of
/ Florida's Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences (IFAS).
"Before the disaster we alert
people to the precautions they
can take to protect themsel-.
ves, their homes, their equip-
ment, and animals. After-
' wards, there are a number of
problems associated with sav-
ing crops, animals and machi-
nery.
The role of an Extension
agent in a small rural county
during emergencies can be
quite different than it is in the
populous, low-lying areas of
southern Florida,
In Gilchrist County, on the
banks-of the Suwannee River,
SCounty Extension Director
Marvin Weaver serves with
the local Soil Conservation
Service and Farmer's Home
Administration agents on an
emergency board assigned to
get the county's agricultural
enterprises back in operation
. after a disaster.
"Whether it's a tornado or a
flood or a hurricane," Weaver
says, "as soon as the storm is
over the three of us ride out
and survey the extent of the
- damage. In addition to doing
what we can to help the
farmers, we have to file an
immediate report estimating
the extent of the damages in
case we can qualify for
disaster assistance."
If there is an accident at the
Crystal River Nuclear Power
Plant, 50 miles away, Wea-
ver's emergency role will take
him to local dairies, checking
to see if milk has been
contaminated by radiation.
In Monroe County, where
the string of Florida Keys is
extremely vulnerable to hurri-
canes, Extension Director Jeff
Fisher is the county's official
emergency information direc-
tor. ,
:" "If --a- hurricane- hits; -th
Civil Defense director won't
have time to talk to the press,
so our office will be.responsi-
ble for keeping the m-dia and
. the public informed;' Fisher
.:explains. "Also,. I've got a
network of volunteers who will
Scall up and down the Keys,
gathering and disseminating
reports."
"In the aftermath of the


storm," Fisher continues,
"We'll be responsible for
getting disaster relief. The top
priorities for the Keys are
keeping the Overseas High-
way open, restoring the fresh
water pipeline, and assuring


food supplies. Within the first
24 or 48 hours after the storm
I'll be making the damage
estimates and filling out the
paper work needed to get
federal disaster assistance,
emergency shelter, cleanup,


equipment, loans, that sort of
thing."
In addition to their roles
during and after a storm,
Extension agents are expect-
ed to help educate the public
about disaster preparedness.


Fisher's Key West office, for
example, distributes between
five and seven thousand hurri-
cane preparedness pamphlets
every storm season, and all
county agents have been train-
ed to answer questions on
emergency food supplies, wa-
ter purification, sanitation,
cleanup techniques, safety
and repairs.
Dean Woeste, who oversees
Extension services in all 67
Florida counties, says per-
suading people to take proper
precautions for a storm is
sometimes an uphill fight for
the Extension agents.
'.'A very large number of
people in this state have never
experienced hurricane and
have a false sense of securi-
ty," he says; "People have got
to cooperate with local offici-
als by preparing food and
water, boarding up, and get-
ting out if they're asked to
evacuate. The storm danger in
a state like Florida has to be
taken very seriously."


The smallest Kiwanis Club
in all of Florida is making an
all out effort to top last year's
charity work.
Key to the club's efforts is a
community auction scheduled
Saturday, 6 p.m. (CDT) at the
Mexico Beach City Hall, 14th
Street north of U.S. Highway
98.
In past years the tiny club
not only bought but provided
all of the installation at the
Mexico . Beach playground,
located in the recreation park.
Last year's fruit cake sale
netted enough for a perma-
nent scholarship fund at Gulf
Coast Community College. Ad-
ditionally, the club has parti-
cipated in Kiwanis Interna-
tional worldwide programs
benefiting youth and the han-
dicapped.
Club president Ralph W.
(Bill) Clark. attributes , the
latest idea to Al Cathey.
Individuals and firms can
either donate or consign arti-
cles to the auction, and profits
go to charity. More than 200
items are already available,
including fishing tackle,
boats, boat motors, automo-
biles, housewares, hardware,
novelties and furniture, lawn
and garden equipment, -and
"some items that defy cate-:
gories."
Auctioneer Ward Wilson, a
former member of the Mexico
Beach Kiwanis, donated his
services. He normally handles
major estate sales, bankrupt-
cies, and "a few divorce


settlements." A graduate of
an auctioneer school in Kan-
sas City, Mo., the retired
electrical sign contractor ad-
mits that he enjoys aucti-
oneering almost asmuch as he
loves living at the beaches.
Cathey said that the items
will be available for inspection
starting at 6 p.m. CDT. The-
auction will begin at 7 p.m.
Central. People wanting to bid
should have a line of credit or
money available.
He stresses that items in-


elude both new and used, in
about all price ranges. Premi-
er items include the boats,
tackle; motors, and the lawn
and garden equipment.
Enthusiasm has been high,
he reports, among both indivi-
duals and merchants who are
participating.
Parking? Cathey believes
that there is sufficient space
at the City Hall, which also
functions as the Fire Depart-
ment and Police headquar-
ters.


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Hurricanes, Tornadoes and Lightning


Variety
BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
Hurricanes, tornadoes and
lightning are all dangerous
weather phenomena common
in Florida. More dangerous,
however, is the attitude of
many Floridians to these
weather conditions, an atti-
tude expressed as "It won't
hit here", "If it hits, it hits",
"There is no sense worrying",
or "There is nothing you can
do". My information for this
article was provided by Ex-
tension Safety Specialist, Dr.
William J. Becker. '
Usually people behave this
way because they have never
been struck by these pheno-
mena. They develop a false
sense of security. "It only
happens to other people- in
other places," they say.
It simply is not true. Hurri-
: i canes, tornadoes and lightning
strike Florida more often than
most states. In fact, Florida is
a .leading state in all three
types of disasters. And they
kill and injure real people and
: destroy real property.
There are simple rules,.
however, which can be follow-
ed- which can reduce the'
hazards of these dangerous
storms: Watch the sky; when
it, becomes threatening, seek
shelter, leave the field, the
golf course, or the lake
immediately. Listen to the
weather forecast and heed the
advice given.
Hurricane Precautions
With a hurricane, 12-24
hobl s are-normally available
for preparation:
-Secure all loose items out-,
doors which might blow away
or.strike people'or property if
blown away.
Prepare vehicles for eva-
cuation. Park them where
they will not be damaged by
falling or flying objects. Load'
them with your most precious
Valuables.
Move .machinery, feed,
chemicals, livestock to the
highest, driest, most secure
location possible.
Secure your building, and
board or tape windows.
Locate the main turnoffs for


(fDangerous Weather Phenomenon Common Here In Florida


CARTER
electricity, water and gas.
Turn these off before the main
force of the hurricane strikes
or before you evacuate.
Stock up on canned food and
drinking water. Have a bat-
tery-powered radio with extra


batteries. Arrange for a camp
stove and source of light.
Pack a portable disaster
survival kit, including food,
water, medicines and other
necessary supplies for 3-4
days.
Develop an evacuation plan
for the possibility of leaving,
home; where you will go and
how you will get there.
Tornado Precautions
Tornadoes give less warning
than hurricanes, frequently
only. an hour or two. Again,
watch the skies and when the
weather begins to look threa-
tening, listen to the weather
forecasts.
Tornado watches are a first
alert message that there is a
potential for tornadoes to
form. Normal activities can


continue, but watch for threa-
tening weather.
Tornado warnings are is-
sued when tornadoes are
sighted or indicated by radar.
Now is the time to take
immediate safety precau-.
tions: .
Have a family plan to take
shelter.
Seek shelter inside a build-
ing of substantial construc-
tion. V
Stay away from windows,
but keep some windows open.
Basements offer the great-
est safety. Take shelter under
a work bench, heavy table, or
other heavy furniture.
Vacate mobile homes or
other buildings without subh,
stantial construction. Go to a
secure building.


If caught outdoors, lie flat in
the nearest, ditch, ravine,
culvert, or under a bridge with
your hands shielding your
head.
In a car, try to drive away
from the tornado's path at
right angles.
Lightning Precautions
Lightning is a greater threat
than tornadoes or hurricanes.
More people are killed and
more property damage is
done. Florida, with its warm
weather, is the most danger-
ous state for lightning, with
nearly twice the deaths as the
second-place state.
To protect yourself from
lightning, observe these safety
precautions:
Stay inside, away from open
doors and windows, stoves,


metal, electrical appliances,
and the telephone.
If caught outdoors in a
thunderstorm, stay away
from trees, fences, tractors,
machinery, or any metal
object. Seek a low spot, a ditch
or ravine, or valley.
Get out of and away from
open water. If you feel electri-
city in the air, or your hair
reacts to the static, immedi-
ately drop to your knees and
bend forward, placing your"
hands on your knees with your
head down, but not touching
the ground.
Most importantly, rid your-
self of that attitude "It won't
happen to me." It can happen
to you, and what you do can
make a difference of life or
death


River Rock Removal Approved


- From the Calhoun County
Record
Supporters of the Tri-Rivers
Waterway Development As-
sociation are celebrating the
peaceful settlement of their
efforts to get rock hazards out
of the barge channel in the
upper Apalachicola river.
Tri Rivers President R. H.
McSwean of Abbeville said
personnel of the Florida De-
partment of Environmental
Regulation (DER) worked
late on Friday, July 1, to issue
a permit for the Corps of
Engineers rock relocation pro-
ject. He explained that the
notice time under Florida law
ended at 5' p.m. Friday.
"They could have let it hang
over until July 5," McSwean
said, "but we're grateful to
have the matter settled."
" He 'said' relocation' of the
rock at four spots just below
Jim Woodruff Dam would
provide the authorized naviga-
tion depth the Apalachicola-
Chattahoochee-Flint Water-
way a great percentage of the
time and would improve fish
habitat.
Earlier in the week, the
governors 'of Alabama, Geor-


gia and Florida and the Corps
of Engineers entered into an
agreement to work coopera-
tively on longrange problems
of the waterway." Each go-
vernor is to appoint a repre-
sentative to an interim co-
ordinating committee to plan
with the Corps for navigation
and water supply. Tri-Rivers
and other user-groups will be
included on a non-voting basis.
Almost simultaneously with.
the state action, Congress
approved a federal budget
which included $1,268,000 ear-
marked for the rock reloca-:
tion.
McSweah said representa-
tives of all three states and the
Corps had negotiated their
agreement carefully and had
come up with terms -that
satisfied all interests.
"Everyone who had a part
in what has gone on over the
last five months deserves a lot-
of credit," McSwean said,
"from Assistant Secretary of
the Army Gianelli down."
The Tri-Rivers association
in February petitioned' the.
Secretary of the Army to
order the rock relocated, with
or without a Florida permit.
-Assistant Secretary Gianelli


responded with a letter to
Florida Governor Bob Gra-
ham expressing his concern
and asking the governor 'to
resolve the issue by May 2.
As it turned out, McSwean
said, several extensions were
required.
"Our association had been
working toward this goal since
1974,, McSwean said, "And
the Corps had applied for the
permit two years ago; so a few
delays were nothing new to us.,
We are just happy to have the


permit on July 1, 1983, and to
have avoided legal confronta-
tibn."
McSwean said the rock
relocation, expected to begin
in October, would help ship-
pers who are using the water-
way now and would make the
Tri-state area more attractive
to new industry and agri-
business. In its petition, Tri-
Rivers cited 30,432 area jobs
related to waterway transpor-
tation in 1980 and projected
70,983 waterway-related jobs


with earnings of $591 million
by 1990 if 'the Corps has
provided the authorized nine
by 100 foot channel by that
time. Congress authorized the
channel dimensions in the
Acts of 1945-46.


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longer than necessary wait to submit an itemized bill with , for Gulf County, s.id recently. hospital bills, and other items
receive payment under the their request for payment Medical insurance is that and services not covered by
Medicare hospital insurance.


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Girl Scout Summer Camp


"Being a Girl Scout is Wise"
is the theme of this year's

Three Graduate
From UWF
Names of 546 University of
West Florida graduates for
the Spring semester were
announced by President
James A. Robinson.
Graduating from Port St.
Joe were: Anthony Waylon
Graham, 521 8th St., B.S.,
College of Business; Beverly
J. Rich, 1911 Cypress Ave.,
M.A., College of Arts and
Sciences; and William Brown
Simmons, III, 1023 McClellan
Ave, M.B.A., College of Bu-
siness.


summer day camp, so be
"wise" and join the Scouts
July 18-22, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at-
the Presbyterian Church
grounds.
Cost for day camp will be
$10.00 for Girl Scouts, $15.00
for non-scouts. This fee in-
cludes a day camp patch,'
beverage for lunch, one cook-
out, and insurance coverage.
Please call 229-6969 to re-
gister your daughter. Because

CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my deep
gratitude to all who so lovingly
visited, sent cards, flowers,
and the bountiful food supply
to me and my family while I
was hospitalized recently. Anid
for the many prayers you
offered, I feel God has answer-
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May He richly bless you as
you continue to% minister to
others.'
In His Name,
Alice Cox

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of applications will be accept-
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have completed first grade)
through 12, "Be Wise" and
make your reservation today.

Guidance Clinic
Board Meeting
The Board of Directors of
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. will hold its
regularly scheduled meeting
on Tuesday, July 19, at 7:00
P.M. (E.D.T.). The meeting
will be held in the Clinic
Conference Room at 311 Wil-
liams Avenue in Port St. Joe.

Vet Office To,
CloseJuly 18-19
The Veteran's Service Of-
fice will be closed July 18 and
19, Monday and Tuesday.
If anyone needs immediate
assistance in an emergency,
call 1-800-282-8821.
Jim Sealey, Veteran's Ser-
vice Officer, will be back in
the office on June 20 and 21, in
Wewahitclka on July 22nd.


To receive payment under
medical insurance, a person
generally must submit a re-
quest for payment form. The
doctor or other supplier com-
pletes part of the form or
provides an itemized bill to
send with the form.
The problem arises when
the bill does not provide a
detailed description of the
services provided and there-
fore, a decision cannot be
made as to whether they are
covered. As -a result, the
patient must be contacted for
more information and pay-
ment is delayed.
To prevent this delay, the
person should be sure that
each bill shows:
A description of each ser-
vice provided; The date the
service was provided; The
place the service was pro-
vided; The charge for each
service provided; The doctor
or supplier who provided the
service; and the person's
name and health insurance
number, exactly as they are
shown on the Medicare card.
It is helpful if the diagnosis
is also shown.
More information about
claiming Medicare benefits
can be found in the Medicare
handbook. The people at the
Panama City Social Security
office will be glad to answer
questions about Medicare.
The office is located at 30 West
Government Street and the
telephone number is 769-4871.


Astronauts Sally Ride and
Norman Thagard, the first
American woman and the first
Florida State University
graduate to enter space, will be
my guests July 29 in an ap-
pearance before the Tiger Bay
Club in Tallahassee.
The two astronauts were
part of the five-member crew of
the seventh flight of the Space
Shuttle, which has been called
the most successful' mission
ever performed by our re-usable
space ship . ,
The Tallahassee event will
be their first public appearance
outside of the nation's capital
since their historic mission June
18-24.
It's a great personal satisfac-
tion for me to be able to arrange
for constituents of.the Second
District to be among the first to
get a briefing from our astro-
nauts after a mission.'
The entire world knows the
storyof Sally Ride, who holds
a doctorate in, physics from
Stanford University, and whose
selection as the first wdman
American Astronaut to enter
'space has made her an instant
celebrity
Less known but of great in-
terest to the Second District is
Norman, Thagard, a medical
doctor born in Marianna, Fla.,
who received bachelors and
masters degrees in engineering
science from Florida -State
University in 1965 and 1966.


Thagard received his.M.D.
degree in 1977 from Texas
Southwestern Medical School.
He is the first medical doctor
to enter space.
Thagard is currently
scheduled to be a crew member
on the 18th shuttle mission
scheduled for September, 1984:

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istration (SBA) which has had
extremely limited funding'
available for direct loans
through the' past few years;
again has funds available for
direct agency loans to srmalf
businesses with reasonable"
potential for repayment.
SBA is emphasizing "quali-
ty" loans to businesses with'
good credit but who are having
difficulty arranging financing
through the traditional credit
system. , "
Funds are also available for-
veteran's loans with emphbais
on disabled and Viet Nam vets-:.
SBA forecasts that the loanr
funds will be available through'
September.
Businessmen who feel they'
qualify can get complete deiails-
through the SBA office in the!
Federal Building, 400 W. Bay':
St., Jacksonville, Fla. 32202.-
'The phone number is (904)-
791-3127.
Local banks should also be
able to furnish information :
about the SBA loan program-.,






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ic beverage that was the!'
favorite drink of Queen:"
Elizabeth I, was made by
combining honey and water-.-
with spices, herbs and ler-.:.:
ons. After boiling, it was,..
left to stand for thre6 -
months. Finally it was bot-
tied, and considered fit"
to drink six weeks 'later.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1983


Dixie Boys Place Second


In District Tournament


WIN SECOND PLACE IN DISTRICT TOURNAMENT:
The Port St. Joe Dixie Boys won second place in the District
Tournament held last week here. Team members are: from
left, kneeling, Tim Wilder, Craig Burkett, John Cannon,


David Staab and Tracy Browning. Standing, from left:
George Gainnle, coach, Joe Norton, Randy Wilder, Jay Rish,
Buddy Galnnie, coach, Mickey Gainnie and Marty Williams.
-Star photo


The Port St. Joe Dixie Boys
hosted the District Tourna-
ment Tuesday through-Friday
of last week, with four area
teams participating. Marian-
na, Bascom (Malone), Twin
*City (Blountstown and
Bristol) and Port St. Joe com-
peted in the double elimina-
tion event.
Port St. Joe finished second
Sin the tournament defeating
Bascom twice, by scores of
11-1 and 6-4;-and losing to the
,powerhouse Marianna team
twice, 10-0, and 13-9, to
eliminate them from the
tourney. Marianna won the
district championship with a-
clean sweep, winning all of
their games.
Last Wednesday evening,
July 6th, Bascom downed the
Twin City team by a 9-0 score.
In the second game that even-
ing, St. Joe was defeated by
Marianna 10-0. Burnett was
the winning pitcher, and
Mickey Gainnie was the losing
pitcher for St. Joe.
Thursday evening, St. Joe
played excellent ball against
Bascom, taking the win by a


6-4 score. Randy Wilder
started on the mound for St.
Joe, and was relieved in the
fourth inning by his cousin,
Tim Wilder, Cross was the los-
ing pitcher.
St. Joe went, up against
Marianna Friday evening as
the underdog, having already
lost once to the powerful team,
and needing a win to stay in
the tournament. The game
was close the first three inn-
ings, but Marianna broke
loose for seven runs off St. Joe
errors in the fourth inning.
Following the close of the
tournament trophies were
presented to the first and se-


cond place teams, Marianna
and Port St. Joe. Individual
trophies were presented: to
each player on the first place
team.
The Dixie Youth League of-
ficials and recreation depart-
ment would like to express
their appreciation to all the
volunteers who gave of their
time in preparing the field,
operating the concession
stand,. keeping official
scorebooks, taking up 'admis-
sion, etc. Many compliments
were expressed by the visiting
fans, teams and coaches as to
the conditions of the playing
field for the tournament;


Aerial Fire Ant

Spraying Available


The Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services will be accepting
application from land owners
who would like to have their
property aerial treated with


"Amdro" 'Fire Ant Insecti-
cide. The estimated .cost per.
acre will be $2.25 with a
minimum of 40 acres rper
applicant.
If you would like to submit
an application for aerial treat-
ment, a representative from
Florida Department of Agri-
culture and Consumer Ser-
vices, Division of Plant Indus-
try, will be taking applications
at the Gulf County Coopera-
tive Extension office, located
at the Courthouse on Thurs-
day, July 21.
At the present time, "Am-
dro" can be used on grass-
lands (pastures, hayfields,
etc.), forests, sod, and non-
croplands.
For more information
please call County Agent Roy
Lee Carter, 229-6123.


Openers

By Dr.
Wesley Grace

SOFT CONTACT LENSES :
Q. If someone has worn hard'
contact lenses for several.
years, is there an advan-
tage to switching to soft?
contact lenses?
A. Generally, patients find&
that soft contact lenses are:
more comfortable than,
hard contact lenses. They,
also find that soft lenses:
can be worn for longer
periods of time. In addi-
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soft lenses generally takes:
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tours of your eyes better so
that blinking, or closing the
eyes for a moment, cause
less friction. The edges Df
the soft lenses are nor
sharper than the centers Ap
the lenses. -.
Many patients who wei7'
hard lenses have no desizW.
to switch; others do. For
various reasons, some pa",
tients see better with hard-
contact lenses. The choice-
of whether to switch to sdkff
lenses is yours, after seek-
ing your optometrists's acf-
vice.
Presented As A .:
Public Service by -
DR. WESLEY GRACE .
OPTOMETRIST
322 Long Avenue "z:
Port St Joe, Florida
227-1410 -


Hot Dog Cookout With Honey-Baked Beans


2 tablespoons shortening
1 tablespoon soy sauce
I teaspoon prepared mustard
Y cup POWERS honey
I tablespoon vinegar
1 teaspoon corn starch
I package hot dogs-
1 package hamburger buns
Mix the first six ingredients
together in a saucepan and
simmer 8-10 minutes, until


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Steve Howell, Chris Horton, Russell Cherry, Randy Chancey,


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AlI' 1bd, Billy Miller, Marvin Hamilton, Ty Young, Jim
Johnson, Chris Bowen and Jamie Vathis. -Star photo


sauce becomes smooth and
thick. Cut each hot dog
halfway through' in several
places along one side only.
Place on cookie sheet. Baste
with sauce several times
while grilling. (When cook-
ing, hot dogs will form a cir-
cle.) Place rounded hot dogs
on toasted hamburger buns
and fill with baked beans.


Honey-Baked Beans
Add .V cup.POWERS honey, in oven 25 minutes at 350�.
, i cup catsup, and 2 tables- Spread beans on top' and
poons dried onion flakes to 1 around circled hot dog for a
can of pork and beans. Bake hefty cookout sandwich!


Port St. Joe Tournament Team


Loses In Sub-District Contest


The tournament team of the
� local Dixie Boys Major
League, 10-1i years of age,
participated in the annual
. Sub-District tournament, held
this week in Marianna.
Bonifay, Lynn Haven, Marian-
na and Port St. Joe par-
ticipated in the event.
Port St. Joe lost Monday
evening, 8-3, against Lynn
Haven, with Jim Johnson as
the losing pitcher. Tolar was
the winning pitcher for Lynn

5,000 Meter

Race Slated
The Susan B. Anthony 5000
meter run and one mile walk
S for women only will be held
Saturday, August 20, at 6:30
... p.m. at the Panama City
Marina to celebrate the 63rd
anniversary of the .: 19th
Amendment giving women the
right to vote. The entry fee for
each event is $5.00 and T-
S shirts will be awarded the first
100 people who register.
This event is sponsored by
the Bay County .League of,
Women Voters. The Panhan-'
dle'Runners will officiate the
r race and the walk, and ribbons
will be awarded to the top
finishers'.-The Susan B. An-
. thony ,Race and Walk is
endorsed by the Governor's
Council on Physical Fitness
and Sports.





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Haven.
In the loser's bracket Tues-
,day evening:, St. Joe was
eliminated from the tourna-
ment, as they loss .to Bonifay
by a 90-5 score. Ty Young
started on the pitcher's mound
for St. Joe and was relieved by
Randy Chancey. Johnson was
the winning pitcher for
Bonifay.
- The winner of the double
elimination tournament will
-advance to Vernton, where
District play will be held.


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229-8013


Hwy. 98, Highland View
227-1774


KIWANIS


COMMUNITY


AUCTION


Sponsored by the


Mexico Beach Kiwanis Club

Mexico Beach City Hall

Saturday, July 16


Inspection p.m. CDT (7 p.m. EDT)

Auction 7 p.m. CDT (8 p.m. EDT)


More Than 200 Donated or Consigned Items

* Housewares

* Fishing Tackle

* Boats

* Marine Motors

* Lawn and Garden Equipment

* Hardware

* Housewares

* Furniture

* Novelties

Ward Wilson, Auctioneer

Profits will support worldwide charities of Kiwanis International,
and the recreational and educational charities of the Mexico
Beach Kiwanis Club.


First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE . . ..... .10:00 AM
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS 11 00 A M
Study in the Gospels. Wednesday - 7.00.7 45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857


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African Methodist Episcopal Church
S146 Avenue C Phone 227.1213
Rev. James W. Williams. Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL . ...: :....... . . . 9:30A.M..
MORNING WORSHIP ..:. . . ......... .. 11 00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... ...... ........ 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father. Christ Our Redeemer . .
Man Our Brother"


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1983


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REAL ESTATE
FOR"SALE


-AAG ALS E .IE


, House and land at Indlan"Pass Beach stretching from Lagoon to Gulf. Only
- $135,000 for bay and gulf front property

Executive home on Ig. lot w 3000+ sq. ft. of heated living space. Four
bdrm., 3 ba., formal llv. rm., fla. rm., fireplace in beautiful neighborhood. By
appt. only. .
REDUCEDI OWNER ANXIOUS. Three bdrm., 1 be. masonry home In good
repair. Was 3500, now $31,500.


Two bdrm., 1 ba. on [g. lot, chain-link fenced. A good investment for rental
property at only $29,500.00.
Three bdrm., 1'% be. brick veneer In good neighborhood. Existing assum-
able V.A. mtg. at 9'/ %, and owner will take 2nd mtg. w reasonable down
payment. By appointment only.
Facing the bay, 107 Hwy: 98, Highland View. Two bdrm., 1 be. w 2 Fla. por-
ches, cen h8a. located on 2 Ig lots enclosed w chain link fence, under-
grouna sprinkler system and 2 car garage. $39,000.00 w $20,000.00
-assumable mig at9', -. .
Two bdrm., 1 ba. home on corner lot in Oak Grove. $25,500.00.
LOTS
50'x146' lot w great gull view & access. Good site for duplex. Only.
$13,00000 ,
1 acre on Overstreet Rd, a g l le tor 55,00000 and owner
will finance with $1,000.00 19 ift 5
Large lots on Cape San Bias starting at 510,000 to $25,000 and owner finan
cing Only 25% down, 10 years, 12% APR. *
Waterfront and waterview lots at Irdian Pass from $15,000.00to $39,000 00
With lust 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 '
mile from 1.10 exit In Marianna Excel. site forampground and/or mobile
home park $170,000.
140 acres with creek & 2 ponas, virgin loresi, bordering Hwy 73 just south
of Marianna. Only $1,00000 per acre wiln owner financing available

Hannon Insurance & Real Estate Agency
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133 Port St. Joe
Roy Smith, Associate
Margelyn Woodham, Associate - 648-8231


HIGH
MEXICOI


* Sales & Rentals
"Call Us About These
-Wetappo Creek j

BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
Proven Proli Earner senIng Port
St. Joe ,nd iseachee area- New
modernly equlppedreslaurant w
a.t-in or carty out faclltles.
Located on Hwy. 98, Part St. Joe.

MEXICO BEACH
a


AY 98 & 31st ST.
BEACH, FLORIDA


. 4h St.-2
shaded lot,
tgage.
Beachslde
Ouaoraplex
Pa. $53,000
12h Sit.-2
Jenn-aie. li
Ieachside
urnished, S
Beachside
wlglassed i
FiFa n a%


Beachside 2 bdrm.. 1 ba. home . "*ancig
:viremodeled kitchen. new carpel & Hwy..'98 &
-vinyl. 2 yr. old cen. h&, on 36th St. beach, cb
:$569.500 be. $68.000.
-Grand Isle - 3 bdrm . 2 ba. new ceaaner Beachside
:home. cen. h&a, wallpaper, carpet, rick home
:vinyl, front & Dack aecks, washer & fireplace. I
'dryer hooa.uD plus single car garage., 84.000. Fir
:$55.800. As Is Beachside,
'Grano Isle - 3 bdr&m. 2 be new ceaar .place to bh
..-home w dbl garage. deck on front & leading to
.back. cen h&a. carpet & vinyl, walk in. " down & t
closess As Is - $79,500, or completely Grand Isle-
:llnished rangee. dishwasher, gar- house w
'bage disposal & light lixlures. 2 nicelots
".589,500 _____2neo
26th StI-:
Corner 26th St. & Hwy 98, Two 1 house lot
:bdrm. apts. One upstairs has Ig. use.
.asundeck, downstairs Ig screened Grand Isle E
,'.porch Appliances include Has ex grapevines
'c-el rental history. $75.000. Owner $50,000. .
- Financing. ___ Beachside
.yValei Di. 3 bdrm, 2 ba. on canal w with 2 bdl
S1g boat dock. includes stove 8 refrig . Comp lurn
3.ls cen. h&a. $74.500 S20,000 down. mortg. at 9
Sowaer financing
:2nd St. 3 odrm. 2 ba double-wide TOM
Smnoeile home on 1',' lo10s o beautiful
..grassed lawn. lueplace wimarble Pier Point
:iearlh. Iront & back deck & cement be . Ig ga
" arive $55.000 cypress dei
- -lighting. ,
S4 brm.. 2 ba , stucco 2 story house. tigash ctmp
:on 50"'122' lot. w. stove coiling aown stairs
planss many exrias. Sea St $69.000.00 walks & mc
3 bdrm. 2 ba brick on nice corner lot, Unobstruct
'lg. screen porch. garage. vacuum bdrm, 3 b
system. cen h&a. carpet & more Fla garage on
,Ave & 8th Sl $68,500.00 1,800 sq 11
.MOBILE HOME on commercial lot, $150,000
across from Chamber of Commerce Beachside
_on 31st St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba., new bdrm. 2/
.,carpeting &'roof, $30,000.00. pliances,
"%orner Virginia & Fla. Ave. -New, . $75,800.
-nodular wlbrick; 3 bdrm., 2 ba., 200' from G
-fireplace, screen.-porch, fencet.Kit & b
-75'x 1125 lot. $55.000 00 Terms cabinetry.
:,-Tenn. Ave -3 bdrm , 3 ba , pool, appliances
-ireplace. jenn-alre range. & grill, financing
-many extras. Financing available. 38th'St. P
9B.000o _____ . by James T
mCorqer 6th & Fla. Double-wide on 1 'i units aval
-4ots, 2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., in- $67,900 or!
eludes appliances. $48,000. Cordnado 1
tCorner Palm & Azalea St. --Nice 3 on St. Joe
:bdrm., 2 ba., brick & stucco. Includes pllances, c
appliances & store. house, fenced yd. private bal
459,500. Adjoining lot available. . see. $85,00
a/irginla Ave.-2 story, 1. Ig. bdrm., Waterfront
screen porch, downstairs unfinished, & 3 bdrm.,
3ias wiring &.plumbing, $45,000. Completely
4-wy 386-A-Doublewide mobile vactaion
o16me, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. on 1.05 acres. w/dishwasf
.nood terms. $49,900. dryer; Jenr
.A- , off 'master
th St.-1981 doublewide mobile $105000&
.fbme, brick foundation, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
',00o.. NeW 2 t
townhouse
,ith St. at Hwy. 98 - 2 newly con- pliances in
.tructed, stilted 4 bdrm., 2 be. beach- deck outs
':ruses. Unfurnished $79,000. Fur- deok,- to
frshed $84,500. __
Corner 14t
'Hwy. 386A-2 bdrm., stilt house on Townhous
:7'x185' lot. Furnished, $38,000. aunken lIv.
Stazona Dr.-Stone & cedar, 3 bdrm., washer/d
'2: ba., cathedral ceiling, skylights, microwave,
.feiplace, many extras.. Owner must construction
.ove. Reduced, $76,000. cing avalla
.eachside '34i St.- 4 bdrm. Stilt UNOBSTRI
house with great gulf view, $104,000. from beach
townhouse
-l-inur Ave -2 dorm. .Ig. screen area. Studio
., rch, fireplace, carpet, storage bldg. ceilings, V1
7,250.00 ______ St. $70,000

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


bdim., I ba, on 75'x112'
,$36,000. Assumable mor-

of Hwy. on. 34th St.
x each unit has 3 bdrm, 2
S00 ea
bairm, I ba, cain ceiling,
furnished. $45,000
42nd SI-2 bdrm. I be,
63,500 00, financing avail
Circle Dr -3 bdrm. 2 ba
porch. lurnished $79.000
available.
24th .St.-2nd lot from
with flreplace,3 bdrmi., 2

Circle Di -3 bdrm:, 2 ba.
, includes all appliances,
uimnshed. only 3 yis old
Financing available.
43rd St.-3 bdm . 2 ba w
juild boat dock on canal
Iull Owner financing with
balance at 10% o 69 !00
-3 bdrm 1 ba nice brick
fciency apt adjoining on
$79000
3 bdim, 2 D , 2 story
size 75'x100'$46.000
Subd -3 Ddim., 1 oa .wiln f
& shade trees, real pump,

Circle Dr., brick duplex
rm., 1'/2 be. each side.
shed. cen. h&a. $36,206
"*'%. $85,000

WNHOUSES


One or 2 waterview lots, 1st
block from Hwy. 98 on Pine
St., St. Joe Beach. Also: 1 or 2
lots on Canal St., 1st block
from Hwy. 98. May be seen
this weekend. Call
904/482-3884. ltc7/14
2 bedroom, 1 bath house for
sale; on corner' lot in Oak
Grove. For more information,
call 229-6898. 4tp7/14
Two bdrm. house, 2 lots, Ig.
garage, plenty of garden
space, new pump & septic
tank, located 1% blocks from
Wetappo Creek boat landing,
free launching w purchase.
Must see inside to appreciate.
$18,000. Call 785-8423 for more
information or write to: Mrs.
W. I. Eddins, 1515 DeGama
Avenue, Panama-. City, FL
32405. '4tp7/14
Large 2 bedroom house, on
Ig. chain link fenced lot, 1604
Garrison ave. Utility rm. and
single car garage attached.
Air conditioner and some ap-
pliances to remain. Appraised
at $34,000; owner will sell for
$31,000. Call 229-8346 after 6
p.m.
75'xl75' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfce7-15


ERA� PARKER REALTY, Realtor


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


LOTS CLOSE
TO BEACH
Two landscaped lots. excellent
for house or mobile home, 50'x
150' ea Call us lor'dOlalls

OVERSTREET
Perfect retirement name 3 bdim,
brick home on 85 acres. reduced to
sell re5.00Q.00 Owner anxious, must
move Submit offers,
Almost new mobile home, 2 bdrm. 1
be. on ever ap acre. turn, 24 well.
deck. Lana s cleared has IS'
regulation dOulver & 'driveway,
$24,000 N. .Long St.
ST. JOE BEACH
3 Darm. 2 b nome wipool 6' privacy
lence & many other extras, on 2 olos.
You must see' Owner financing wi
$20.000 down 578,500
Coionado Sr 1i blocks to Deach, 4
Ddim. I ba nouse wiuliliny nm &
front screened porch Also Includes 1
bair. 1 oa apt wlurnishlngs. Ex-
cellent rental.M41,900
Columbus St., h/2 block to beach, 3
Ddrm. 1 ba home. Diock waorick
veneer appliances. worKshop Fami
ly irn wiuill-in DooKcase & panelling
546.000.
BEACON HILL
3rd SV & 3rd Ave -Duplex. 1 barm 1
be. ea. or 2 .bdrm., 2 ba home.
$26,500. Good financing.


Townhouses. 2 bdrm,l 1'I 3rd. St. & 4th Ave.-3 bdrm., 1 b
rden tub in ull hbalh. 2 irepiace. fence, $38,000.,
cks. cedar siding, custom .-
ange dishwasher, ano WEWAHITCHKA
Hunter ceiling plans. pull
s to allic. cypress Doard Tr3nsler Landing Rd Almost an ac
iore. $73,500.. close to ChlpolaRlver. 4 bdrm.,21
ed beach view, luxurious 3 unfurn. double:wide. Enough room
ia. townhouses w/2 car add several trailers for incon
Dluff overlooking Deach $23.500. _____ '
. cen n&a. all appliances. 5 acre tract, wlin moDile nome
_ cludes nice barn & store. bidg., lan
canal front townhouse w 2 prepared for garden. $24,500. Ni
. ba., cen. h&a, all ap- Wewahitchka.
boat slip for each unit: Hwy. 71 iDaliellhl. 3 Ddrm . 1 ba.,
______ prox. 1 acre, $18,000
Gulf- 2 bdrm., 2'/v ba. units.
ath wlEuropean style . KINARD
decks, cen. h&a, carpet& & '
included. $79,500. Owner 3 bdrnm., 1 ba. frame home wifront
ith 25% down. back deck, 2 wells, fireplace & sits
-6.36 acres. $28,500.
hase IV Townhouses built 6-6
Tyson Co. Two & 3 bdrm. WHITE CITY
able, 2nd from beach. WHITECITY
$72,500. - 2 houses and c.b. stor. bldg. /% n
townhouses overlook Gulf from intracoastal. $64,000. .
Beach. 2 bdrm., 1� ba. Ap- Brick home on 252'x125' lot, $35,0
ceiling fan, custom cabs.,
l Frame house on 100'x125' I
cony & patio. Call us to $ 80 .1
0. $18,000.
luxury townhouseS. Two Store!on 102'x125' lot, $25,000.
2'/2 ba. units on 37th St.
' furnished ready to live or INDIAN PASS
in. Elec. kitchen Gulf & lagoon frontage, approx. 3
her, garb. disp., washer & acres on SR 30-B. near Indian Pa
i-aire grill, 2 sundecks, 1 Property runs from lagoon to gulf 8
r bdrm.. & 1 off liv. rm. divided by hwy., includes older ho
k$115,000, , . & furnishings. Call for details.
bdrm., 1�/ ba., cedar
s with furniture & ap- LOTS FOR RENT
iciuded. Upstairs has sun 2 lots ready for mobi
ide shower w hot & cold home, have septic tan
e___e. water &. power hooku
h St. & Hwy. 98, seaside Georgia Ave.; Mexic
es. 2 bdrm., 1 bea., Beach.
rm., refrig., dishwasher, PORT ST. JOE
ryer, ceiling fans,
, cen. h&a/c, carpet, pre- Comfbrtabf 3 bdrm. home on
in price, $69,500.00. Finan- lots, has fireplace, ceiling fans,
ble. old roof & more. Family neigh
UCTED VIEW from 2nd hood. Yard fenced on'3 sides, sh
h site of cedar and stucco trees. 512 8th St. $32,000.
s with 1,120 sq. ft. of living Tapper Ave. & Saunders Circle, ne
o & bdrm., with cathedral bdrm. 2 ba. home w/cedar sid
1/ ba:; all appliances. 29th double garage & heat pump. Or
.00. acre. $68,000.

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


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

Place for sell: Large mobile
home on large lot,Joe Avenuie,
White City. Call 227-1701 or
229-6547. 3tp7/7
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Gas stove in good condition,
$50. Call 229-6859. ltp 7/14
Coleman pop-up camper,
$995. Call 648-5497 after 6:00
p.m.
Boat, motor and trailer,
$1,500. Call 648-5306. tfc 7/14
Custom Craft no frost Hot
Point refrigerator, Ig. freezer
compartment, $150. Goo4
cond. Call 229-8979.
One 12 volt battery; 3 car
radios, and one camper top.
Call 229-8924. ltp
FREE: Fluffy, part Persian
kittens. Call 229-8372.
FREE PUPPIES: 2 males,
wormed and healthy, will be'
small dogs, Port St. Joe
Beach, Selma St., 648-8555.
20" Magic Chef gas range,
LP or natural gas safety
valves, white, good cond.
Also: 100 gal. LP upright tank.
Both reasonable. Call 229-6693.


20' travel' trailer. Call
229-8395. 3tp7/7
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

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


Roy V. Smith
MARINE WORK
91 Water St.
Apalachicola, FL
SELLING OUT
Sat., July 23, 9 to 4 p.m.
Tools, 1 table, iron, lumber,
oyster machines, boat
building materials, etc. 40
yrs. collection, a little of
everything. 2tc 7/14


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TOMATOES
SYou Pick
Greensboro, FL
1-442-6214


4tc6/30.


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1964 Chevrolet stepside,'
8,500 miles on engine, $495.;
Call 229-6055. tfc 7,144:
72 Chevy Impala, good runn-
ing condition, a/c, good tires,
dependable transportation,:
$700. See at 422 6th St,,.
Highland View. ltp 7/14,
1975 Ford LTD, 4 dr., air
cond., power brakes, power
steering, am radio & good
tires, $1,000. Call 648-52462. ",
2tp7/14


YARD SALE at 1003
ward Ave., Friday, J
Children's clothes, ani
items. From 8 to 5..



HELP WA -..


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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-M981


14tp 6/30


* THE LEARNING CENTER '
. "7066 Woodward Ave.
V.. 229-6303
"TOTAL CHILD CARE"

MOTHERS
Bring your kids to join ithe 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.
Ke1 wi iuch fnrrr arh e riinstrutiiii; f ourir Viw Center. X.
Glenda Whitfield - Owner/Director
S-......---- .-
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3 Wood- Conrad's Lawn Service,
July 15. paint and trim, and light
i misc. carpentry work. Cheap. Call,
ltc 7/14 229-8901 or 229-6580 anytime.
tfc 7/7
Child care in beaches area,
drqp-ins welcome. Call
648-8432. 4t 6/30


SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe

Will do babysitting,
housework or stay with the
elderly. Call Eliz. Thompson
at 229-8933. 2tp7/14

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 229-6866. 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. - 6 p.m
Self service or drop-off
Stfc 7/7



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



BETrY'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
402.3rdSt. - Port St. Joe
tfc 1/20


- CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6-5
Walls, 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
tfec7/7
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County.
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours):


PAINTING
Spray or Brush

Blalock Construction Co.
229-8924
4tp7/14



J. Walter (Jimmy)
Johnson Construction Co.
New Homes * Additions
* Decks
Call Us for Free Estimates
229-8751
Stc7/7


Security guard position
available. Call 229-6154 bet-
ween 12 and 3 p.m. or call
Panama City, 904/769-0723.,
tfc7/14
Do You Have
PEST CONTROL.
Experience?
We need a good selfmotivated
person for Port St. Joe and
beaches area. Call Jeff or
Gene Steen at 904/234-5960.
4tc 7/14
" GOVERNMENT JOBS -
Thousands of vacancies must
be filled immediately. $17,634
to $50,112. Call 716-8426000,
ext. 4971.




3 bdrm. furnished trailer,
with cen. heat & air, 2 full
baths, and washing machine.,
$50 per week. Must pay
deposit & sign lease agree-
ment. Call 229-6193. tfc 7/14
Travel trailers for rent
day,-week or month (2 day
minimum). Rustic Sands
Campgrounds, 15th St., Mex-
clb 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. ' tfc7-1
SKI BREEZE-
Camping, mobile' home, '2.
bdrm. apt. and campers foir
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.





Tired of Roof-Water?
Ca ll
RAIN-DRAIN
We Install Quality
Rain Gutters
648-5304
Commercial & Residential
Free Estimates
tfc 6/30
� . /"


410 A Reid Avenue
#p .Port St. Joe, Florida,


"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


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

Magellan St 648-5258 St. Joe Beac


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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
FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers
& Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343.
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th,F,;S
S 9:00-12:00 Wed'. "
tfc 7/7


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




St. Joseph Bayv
Constructo
*Residential
*commerclil K


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue
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ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS





-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
--Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P. O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfc72-
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Is Real Estate Specialists for Over 30 Years
e Listings, As Well As A Large Inventory of Beach Lots,
property, Rentals, & Mini-Storage Sales or Rentals.


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151


Leon PoHock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


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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


REEVES FURNITURE &

. REFINISHINGSHOPPE
* 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
UPEN Wed. thru Sat. - 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Ebi
Sunday - 1 p.m. * 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Memoer Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner ' 648-8914


"I think it was something I ate."




kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


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The Sewing Room












Save Energy and


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1983


Don't Remove Grass Clippings


SUMMER YOUTH BASKETBALL INSTRUCTORS: From left: Ricky Larry, Eugene
Rafftleld, David Langston and Todd Wilder. '--Star photo


Summer Basketball.



Youth Clas s IsUnderway


The Gulf County Communi-
ty Services is sponsoring a
Summer Youth Basketball
Class. The program is in its


third week and participation
has been really good. Youth,
female as well as male, from
all over the county are par-


ticipating.
Classes are being held at the
Port St. Joe Elementary gym
every Wednesday at 6:00 p.m.
The Wewahitchka High School
gymnasium is being utilized
also.
The purpose of this program
is to provide interested
student/athletes in Gulf Coun-
ty the opportunity to develop
their athletic skills maturely,
in order to become a better
student as well s well as athlete. The
classes are organized in a
manner which emphasizes
that the athlete must adapt
well to the role of a student, as
well as being a vital part of the
school system and communi-
ty.
This program is instructed
by David Langston and a
selected staff of: Ricky Larry;
Todd Wilder, Eugene Raffield
and Preston Gant. Each staff






'MENT


LIES


by Local
A local person was arre
Tuesday afternoon by S
iff's Investigator, Phil
Leod and Officer Durw
Smith of the Port St.
Police Department and c
ged with lewd, lascivious

member uses his respect
abilities to demonstrate
positive approaches needed
be taken in order to become
good student/atllete, as
as a productive person.
The class gives spe
thanks to Coach G
Speights, basketball coach
Wewahitchka High Sch
Fred Allen and Rodney H
ing of Gulf County Commu
Services.

Public

Notices


IN THE CIRCUIT, COURT FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA ,
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF -
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 NOTIFIED that the
administration of the estate of Ulysses
Farrell Whitlield, deceased, File
Number , Is pending In the Circuit
Court for Gull County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which la Gulf
County Courthouse, Port S Joe. FL The
Personal Representative of the estate is
W. L WHITFIELD, whose address is P 0
Box 988. Port St. Joe, Florida. 32456 The
name and address ol the. Personal
Representative's attorney are setl north
below
All Dersons 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 wrillen statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim must
be in writing and must Indicate the oasis
for the claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or attorney, and
the amount claimed If the claim is not yet
due. the date wnen it will become due
shall oe slated If the claim is contingent
or unliquidated, the nature of the un-
certainty shall be stated. II the claim Is
secured, Ine security shall be described
The claimant shall' deliver, sufficient
copies of the claim to the clerk to enable
tne clerk to mail one copy to each Pea
sonal Representative."
'All persons interested in the estate to
Ahom a copy of this Notice of, Ad-,
ministrallon has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenge the validity
of the decedent's will, the qualifications
of ihe personal representative, or the
venue or luriaIlclion of tne count.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS, AND OBJEC- .
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: July 7. 1983.
Isl W. L WHITFIELD,
As Personal Representative of
the Estate of
ULYSSES FARRELL WHITFIELD,
Deceased.


ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Isl J. PATRICK FLOYD
COSTIN AND FLOYD'-
Post Office Box 98
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Telephone: (904) 227-1159


2tc7ff


By Robert J. Black
Energy shortages conti
to be a problem and
surprising high amount
energy is used to maintain
home landscape. The amc
of energy spent in home 1;
maintenance can be redu
through better manager
practices.
The practice of return
grass clippings to a lawn
Improve the quality o
turfgrass. According to
Charles Peacock, Exten
Turfgrass Specialist at
University of Florida,
arguments for recycling c
pings are stronger than tI
supporting clipping remin
He believes that turfg
clippings need not be colle
and removed if not more I
30-40 percent of the leaf tic
is removed at each mow
Excessive clipping depot
can also be avoided by
mowing wet grass which te
to clump on the turf surf
Under these conditions, c
pings are rapidly decompc
by soil microorganisms an
not contribute to formation
thatch. Peacock also disp
the argument that clipp
increase the incidence


Flasher


A group of elks.'
is catl'ed a gang.




MISSING: Boxer bulldog,
fawn with black mask. Named
Cody. Reward offered. Call
227-1607. Itp 7/14
FOUND: Strong prescrip-
tion glasses in red case with
initials PW on them. Found in
S. Joe Beach area. Call The
Star for more information.





John C. V.F.W. V W
1 ... -.
John C. Gainous Post 10069
and Ladies' Auxiliary meet
the 2nd Tuesday and 4th:
Thursday,.-7:30 p.m. at the
Post Home, 115 5th Ave.,
Highland View. tfc 7/14
.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-In. at the Water Plant.
: tfcll/4
The Disabled American Vet-
erafs, Port St. Joe Chapter 62,
will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
JoeMotel. tfc 6/4
There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
GUERRY MELTON, W.M.
Joe Pippin, Sec.


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





, CREEKWOOD

- .---,A beautiful Wetappo
Creek development
S-. (site of the
S~. old Boy Scout camp)






S, * , Waterfront Lots
-$1.2,500
�,t ^$500 down, $172.17 month

.* Inside Lots -
$7,500
S<' ! , $100 down, $107.71 month





" i
* Paved streets
- * Underaround utill-


ties


1/ Acre or more lots
Plan approval re-.
quired
Street lights
Paved boat ramps


648-5777


Want to Invest in Gulf County At,
A More Than Reasonable Price?
Would You Think $750.00 Per Acre
Is Reasonable?
Did you know that this land Is some of the highest land
in Gulf County? Did you know that the government will
pay you to plant pine trees?
WELL, YOU CAN BELIEVE ITI
NOW OFFERING FOR 1 WEEK ONLY AT THIS PRICE
40 Acre Tracts located In north Gulf County:.
(So you don't think you can handle the cost of 40 acres,
consider having a friend buy along with you.)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT ME:
WYVONNE HATTAWAY, Realtor-Associate
CENTURY 21, ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
804 Garrison Ave.r Port St. Joe, Florida
229-6993 after 5:00 p.m.


For Sales & Rental Information

on Cape San Blas
CONTACT

CAPE SAN BLAS REALTY
229-6916


PAGE THIRTEEN


disease. He feels the associa- ST JOSEPH BAY REALTY
inue tion between returning clip- ST. JOSEPH BAYREALTY
a pjngs and disease severity :: 9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 * P. O. Bx 1332
of mayhavebeenexaggeratedin ;: V " MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
Sng clippings to fall on REAL ESTATE SALES * BEACH RENTALS Rato.
mount Allowing clippings to fall on" ,%O
awn the soil surface reduces fertili- : AfterHours: 648-8977
iced nation requirements of a turf- . 648-5011 Sales * 648-5716 Rentals or 648-8939
nent grass. Turfgrass clippings are * -11800-874-5299 (Out of state)
80 percent water and 20 MEXICO BEACH ST. JOE BEACH WEWAHITCHKA
percent dry matter. Microbial
.ning decomposition of this 'dry .v Carolina St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer, Hwy. 98 & Pineda - great gulf view 2 STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES: acre : x
ing decomposition dry 24000. bd. 1 be. $78,000. tracts on the Creek; only $300.00 ::
can matter- releases significant 7th St., 3 bdrm., 2 be. doublewide, Americus Ave., 3 bd., 2 be. nice, down; beautiful land w oak trees and ,
f a amounts of nitrogen, phospho- .:..: $o 000. $4s,ooo. rolling hills. ___ :
Dr. fus, and potassium for turf- . ,35th St., 2 bdrm.,1 ba. beachside Magel ba. house, Restaurant, well established with
sion grass use. Research in Texas house, $6o,oo000. W ' , fishin area, good cslow,
the has shown that recycling of P '.Azalea & Palm, 3 bdrm., 1%V ba., Fla. Ave., 3 bd. 2 ba. on 3 lots, owner financing available, house In- :�-
the turfgrass clippings can save ,0.00 $52g. , clouded; $135.000.00.
li- as much as two pounds of 38A, 2 bdrm., 1 be. on big lot, DeSoto St.; 2 bd.. 1 ba. $43,000. . 30 Acres near the City limits: Ideal for
, , " .s t o �nd .o $38A000 . Ldevelopment.________
hose nitrogen per 1000 square feet 3 bdrm 2 b. brick home. 4 BEACON HILLopment.
ival. per year. K% yrs. old, $68,500. Hwy. 98 & gulf front, A-frame, 3 bd. 2 BEACHFRONT LOTS
rass . Recycling grass clippings Fortner Ave., 2 bdrm.; 1 ba. trailer, be. $150,000. St oe Beach Atlantic St. end,
cted can reduce maintenance re- $24,000. _ Hwy. 98 & beacon light, 2 bd., 2 be. $59,000.
than quirements and labor costs by 'thSt., 3 bdrm., 2 be. house, reduced $45,000. Hwy. 98 & 8th St., Mexico Beach, 66'
issue eliminating the time required to $49,000. 3rd St. 3 bd. b. $36000. gulf front $68,000; 60' gulf front :
ing. to collect clippings as well as i 27th St., 2 b erm., 1 b., $43,000. $Ve4000TE t _
sits cost for bags and trash :: 34th St. 4 bdrm., 2 be. stilt house, OVERSTREET Mexico Beach, 29th St., $83,000.
not. dispoal. uring the sumen r a *s " '$. . Canal St., 2 bd. 1 be. on 1 acre. TOWNHOUSES X
not disposal. During the -summer 22 39th St., 4 bdrm., 2Va ba. stilt house, $25,000. OW HOUSES
ends months, many garbage bags " $104,000. . P ine St., 3 b. 1 bae brick home, Gulf Aire Subd., 3 bd., 2 be. duplex
ace. Contain grass clippings. 42nd St., 2 bdrm., 1 be. brick house, $45,000., with study. Special features. $95,000.
clip- Translated into weight and : $62,.000 w good owner financing 10% Beachfront Gulf Aire Townhomes, 2
osed loads, a large portion of your : down. bal 20 yra. 13% Ineret. a ..ULF AIRE bde. 2Vba. starting at $86,500.
d do amnitation fee money s used in Circle D7 East. 3 bdm. 2 be. bick Gul Aire Drive, new duplex under 28th St., Blue Water, 2 bd. 1 ba.
idd homen $ation79 . ue N ' h construction, 3 bd. 2 be $85,000. $59,900.
n of useless hauling and disposing ircle Dr West. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick nstrution, 3 bd. $85,42ndSt., Gulf View 2 b 2 b
utes of grass clippings. house , $79000. PORT ST. JOE (good owner fin.10% down). $79,500.
ngs ' Don't bag it and save : Nan Nook Rd., 3 bdrm., 1 ba. brick 510 8th St., 3 bd. 1'ba.$45,000. Beachfront & 9th St., Dolphin Run, 2
of yourself a bundle! home with apt. only $80 000. bd. 2 ba., $82,000; 3 bd. 2% bea.
S. . . Circle Dr., 3 bdrm. 2 b. near 'new 103 Yaupon 3 bd. 2 be. yr. old brick $92,000.
"- brck home, $8N,.000. hoe 41st St. Sandcastle, 2 bd., 1 Va be.:H
Is A esteui G ulf front & 19th St. 3 bderm., 2 ba. 5h St.. 4 bd. 2b.$30000. $59,500 furnished. :0
.9 S. ' 0LL I 'AL .-, .-: $115.000 w $50.000 down 13% Int. 30 516 9thSt. 4bd. 1 ba.$23,000 Hwy.98&11thSt. CasaDoelMar,2bd. 0
. . years __ 104 Yaupon 3I bdrm., 2 ba. $65,000. 1% ba. $75,000.
5 '1 G' " Grand Isle. 3 bd.m.. 1 ba. w garage, 706 Woodward Ave., 4 bdrm. 2 be., 32nd St. Warren James, 2 bd. 1V ba.,
,*r." Aonly S50,000 - $22,500 ' $69,500, furnished.
L CA u th o riti.Je s :; . Arizona Ave., 3 bdrm. 2 ba. only 2'/ 1610 Long Ave., 4 bdrm., 2 be. 14th St.; Seaside, 2 bd. 1% ba. ;
,:: yrs old, $78,000. : $29,000. " $79,500. _____:.
sted in the presence of a child. . Georgia Ave., 2 bdrm., 1 be. trailer, 619Marvin Ave., 3 b. I/ ba.$33,400. 37th St. Pier Pointe 2 bd. 1,' bar
iher- The arrest, which involved _t " ' e d"-- . 1306 Long Ave.2bd 1,b$30,000. $75_000. " __ D M
30th St. beachaide. 2 bdrm.,- 1 be. -n'gAvei : e. 2 b" . 1 & be. &3d 1 St. Joseph Shores, Casa Del Mac :;
Mc- Stephen David Richter, age . house, $500 . be. duplex $45,000. with good owner townhouses, 2 bd. 1%/2 be. $69,000 '.
mood 24, of Oak Grove, came as, a s 351hSL &Hwy. 98beachalde. 2 bd. 1 financing: . Casa Del Mar Villas 2 bd. 1 baL-*!.
Joe result of an incident where : . be. house, S55,000. 515 8th . 3 a. $25,000. 45,000.
sbar- Richtr allegedly exposed Circle Dr.duplex bechlde per.Ave3 bd. 1% be. GulfAire es cial
acts himself several times to per- w $20,000 down&owner nanclng. $44 0002 be.
sons in and around the Cen- : St. & H8 , 3 bd..2 ba. gret 2105 Palm Blvd., 3 bd. 2 ba. lovely
ive tennial Builing. Tuesday af- gull view. $68,000. brick home $869.000. :is
1htive t Buiding. Tuesday a 1 iith St. & Hwy 98, triplex. great in- C Wd frIs .
the ternoon, one of the victims vestment is 3 bdrm.. 1 ba. unit and LOTS l., B :::.
d to identified Richter as he was 'two 2 bdrm., 1 be. units. $150,000 w '2ot. Palm Blvd., 19.000 ..- ,..w. ,e de
ea walking op Gautier Lane near -4 getw.sf5y. U s fi
e ta building The 4th St. & alley., 35.500, 1 bd. 1 be. .
l the Centennial Building. The :w:i. jigs dtiw etifCaellspt** i, tsMax. Ns:
we victim called the Sheriff's 29thSt. duplex. 2 bd 1 ba. each side. CaM D les .
,'* as~ego _ . I-WARD RIDGE . ....
cial Department. Investigator Mc- th St. duplex, 1 bde.Iba.:.each side , o . , . . ..
aly. Leod and Officer Smith ap- S: 145,000 ___ 205Tapper Dr., 3 bd. 1A bea.$36,000. wle
h at prehended Richter and * 28th SI duplex, 2 bd. 1 be. each side.
�oo. Idhe aob.HOWARD CREEK OPEN HOUSE
iool brought him to the Gulf :" $55,000.H A OPN HOU S
0er- County Jail where he was 3 ml from Mexico Beach. 3 bd.. 2 be. HOWARD CEE
et- scheduled to be arraigned big house on10 acres. $72,000. 2ots. 2 bd 1 ba. traller. $8,700 00. SAT. & SUN.
before Judge David Taunton ULFARE quirreo., 1 wes. 2 b 1 ba . f-5 cat -
We also have lots still available in Dswner hAv g. 7 AirsbBeabh) $ 3.
S: Gull Aire with 1/a% linan. Paved Owner financing. Aire Beach)
' streets, underground utilities.
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Prices Good
July 13-19, 1983


%, Gallon Dutch Holland
ICE CREAM
50 Lb. Bag Trailblazer
DOG FOOD.
5 POUND BAG
Robin Hood FLO
11 OZ. BANQUET - Limit 4 Please
T.V. DINNER
3 Lb. PAIL FARM GOLD
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Cut-Up - .


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HAWAIIAN PUNCH .... 69 Oz.
HAWAIIAN PUNCH . . . .690


Freezer Queen - Charbroil Patties
Sliced Turkey, Sails. Steak, Pork or Beef Patties 1 9
ENTREES . . . .32oz.
Minute Maid Orange Juice . 12. 79C
Totino Pizzas ............. 98c
Pet Ritz Cream Pies ...............69
Glen Park 2 lb. bag French Fries .... 2/99c


12 Oz. Kraft American
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Farm Gold Margarine...


1 Lb. Miracle Margarine'.
Minute Maid Fruit Punch


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. ... . b. 1. 59
teak .. ..41.99
Roast... .,b.1.69
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........... 69'
.........,b.$1.29
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.......... 1.79


Cornish Game Hens........ .$1.49
10 Lb. Chitterlings........ bucket5.99
ECONOMY PAN SAUSAGE, 1 C
CHICKEN NECKS or BACKS... Ib. 1


10 O. Coastberry
HOT DOG CHILI ...2/88
170. 3 Old
DUTCH CLEANSER 3/99
PERFECTION RICE ...99


USDA Choice New York Strips..... .s4se
USDA Choice Shiskabobs........ $3"


USDA Good
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CUBED STEAK
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Smoked Sausage
Ham 'N
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SLICED BACON


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18 Oz. 78ft
APPLE-GRAPE JELLY .
32 O. Seneca
APPLE JUICE
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10W-40'MOTOR'OIL ..99


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SWEET WATERMELONS...... .49.,,
SWEET GEORGIA PEACHES ...... 2 . 88
KENTUCKY WONDER POLE BEANS.. .Ib.69
SWEET PEACHES...............ib.390
RED BLISS POTATOES ...10 bs. $1.39
3 b. ba,
Vidalia Onions . . bag9


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303 Canned Tomatoes ..... 3/99"
17 oz. Fruit Cocktail.... ...63'
64 oz. Apple Juice ......... '1.23
40 oz. Grape Juice. ...... '1.27
13 oz. Filled Can Milk ...... .38c
22 oz. Coffee Creamer. .. .1.11
22 oz. Sweet Cube Salad Delite 1.19
18oz. Peanut Butter ......,'1.17
20 lb. bag Charcoal .. ..... . 3.19
10 oz. Instant Coffee..... .. 3.39
32 oz. Elbow Macaroni .......790
7% oz. Macaroni & Cheese . 4/11.00
18 oz. Corn Flakes......... *1.15
3% oz. Instant Pudding....... 27"
32 oz. Charcoal Starter Fluid *1.03
100 Ct. Coffee Filters........ 55


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