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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880


RTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 48


T HE. ST

Industry-Deep Water Port-Finb People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1983


City BudgetWork
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ShowsSmall Rise


Plan


Mrs. Lois Peterson, David Carj Gaskin and City Buzzett's Drug Store. The young driver, Micha
Patrolman Randy Atchison, look over the damage caused by can be seen in the front seat of the car.
Mrs: Peterson's car- backing "idto the front window of



arCr ashes Into Buildi


el Peterson,
--Star photos



ing


In writing this story, the writer drug store. There was nobody standing near
cold take all kind of liberties with the All of this happened Monday the window at the time, so there were
information 1 and report about the afternoon at :3:00 p.m., when Mrs. no injuries unless you call having a car
underage driver, driving without a Peterson parked in front of Dr. Joe suddenly come through your front
license and other bits of information Hendrix' office, and ran inside for a. window while you are simply going
-which would make a humorous story, minute leaving the motor running. through your regular chores an injury.
,. but'to the owners of Buzzett's Drug- Inside the car were the young lad, who Mrs. Scott Lamberson, Mrs. Bernice
Store and'Mrs.. Lois Peterson of White. decided he wanted to drive, Michael Richardson and Gannon Buzzett had
City, the everns of the incident were Peterson, and his great grandmother, the same report on the accident. "It
anything but fuhny. Audrey Smith, 70. scared me to death!"
As a result of the incident B. G. Michael was playing around the. Mrs. Smith, the great grandmother
Bupzett had'some $8,000 damage to the steering wheel of the car when he passenger in the car was also frighten-
front of his drug store building and Mrs. accidentally hit the gear shift, throwing ed by the moving car and was-unable to'
Peterson had an estimated $500.00 the 1979 sedan in reverse. The car took get into the driver's seat to stop the car.
damages.to.er.car,plus e ,trauma iof.-4 ackwards- ..a -.halt-eircular-.. i6body..---asked 2-year,ald'
seeing ,-your two-#nd-a-balf-year-old path across Williams Avenue and its Michael, how he felt. / '
grandson, backing the family sedan inevitable rendezvous with the drug. Mrs. Peterson w s c ard'1 with
across the street and crashing into the store window. leaving her vehicle uhat nndt'

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The City Commission has
started work on the City's new
budget for the coming fiscal
year and will get further into
the financial plan in a special
meeting this morning.
The Commission took its
first tentative look at the
budget in a special session last
.Thursday, becoming familiar
with the needs for the coming
hear.
The City has received its
information from Property
Appraiser, Joyce Williams,
showing the amount of taxable
property on the rolls for the
coming year and outlining the
increased amount of taxable
property on the rolls.
According to Williams' re-
port, the City will have an.
additional $26 million on the
tax rolls this year. Most of this
increase comes', from new
construction and .imiprove-
ments to existing property.
Williams' report shows the
City will have $132,798,603 in
taxable property rolls this
year. Last year, the figure for
taxable property was $106,-
491,386.
This year, it will require-
3.09 mills to collect the same
amount of tax dollars as
collected last year. Last year,
the City actually levied 3.846
mills and this year, tentative
plans are to levy 3.306 mills.
.The milUe.,y for this year
will.be a'reduction in the rate
of le"y from last year, but the
increase in valuation will
increase the. dollar amount of
taxes received by a small
amount, based on the tenta-
tive budget plans which have
been made thus far.


BUDGET REDUCED.
: The budget as a whole will
be reduced this yearT even
though .it will not reflect a


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Patrolman Atchison talks to Mrs. Peterson outside the
drug store. Notice how the car backed in between sales
displays in the store. Most of the damage was confined to the


left front of the store, which was completely wiped-out
crash. .


ning Sessi

sharp reduction in taxes
The reason for the big
reduction is in the Wastewater
Treatment plant, where con-,
siderable construction and
renovation will be complete by
the next budget and will be
reduced *from the present
total. The Waslewater 'Treat- '
ment Plant' is showing a
tentative reduction of $760,500,
down' to a total of $3,832,113.
SThe general fund budget.
the one which finances most of
the services seen and exper-
ienced by the average citizen,
will show an increase due to
capital .expenditures which
..must be'; made during' the
coming year. Last year's'
general',fund budget was $1,-
118,018[ This year the same
budget is.expected to be $1-
.,176,367, for an increase of $58,-
349. Tax Income (the money
taken from you) is expected to
be increased by approximate-
ly $29,000.
Looking at the .four budgets
in the pity, they are shaping up
tentatively thusly:
General' Fund, $1,176,367.
Water and Sewer, $578,-
405.00.
Oak Grove Water and Sewer
Fund, $31,500.00.
Wastewater Treatment
Plant, $3,832,113.00.
The Water and Sewer fund
may be heard from later on in
the year. -Costs-of- operating
the service have caught up
with revenues and an increase
will likely be in the making
before long; particularly in
the sewer. collection system.
GARBAGE SYSTEM
The City has been involved
in' the same problem as the
county with garbage disposal
by land-fill operations. As a
result of the State DER saying,
the county must dispose of its


New Priest Comes


to St. Joseph'?s
Members of 9t. Joseph's Diocesan Handicapped Corn-
parish attended a reception mission. In ,this capacity, he
'Suriday evening at the parish 'has extensive contact with the
rectory 'to become their new hearing, impaired, and has
pastor, Father Richard E. 'become an adept practicioner
Dawson. Rev. Dawson was of sign language. Father Daw-
named pastor of the Catholic son also serves as Director,of
church here in June, and took Prison Ministries. He i assist-
up residence in the rectory on ed in 'this work by three
Eighth Street on July 1. deacons of the Diocese.
Father Dawson comes to A native of Pittsburgh,
Port St. Joe from Sunny Hills, Father Dawson 'was ordained
where he worked with the, in Pensaeola in June, 1981.,


Aural Vicariate in ministering
to th' needs of the mission
churches of the Tallahassee-
'Pensacola Diocese. He was
Sthe first priest to be incardi-.
I nated in such work in the
Diocese, and is "still involved
t by the in the.. vital work of the
Vicariate, in addition to his
other duties. He is also
,Spiritual Moderator of the


Woman Victim of Strong Arm Robbery Last Friday Night


A Port St. Joe woman was
the victim of a strong arm.
robbery Friday night, accord-
ing to Police Chief Roy
Robinson. Chief Robinson said
the woman, MaryE. Moss, a,.
resident of fourth Street,


reported she had $112.00 taken
.from her in the robbery..
According to. Robinson,
Moss reported she was walk-
ing home from downtown at
about 10:45, and crossed the
,vacant lot in the middle of


. Reid Avenue between Third
and Fourth Streets, in the'.
direction of Buzzett's Drug
Store, when she was accosted
by ,a man near the alley who
approached her from behind.
and put his arm around her


neck.
The robber told his victim
he needed $28.00 to pay his
light bill. He grabbed Moss'
purseand began rummaging
through it, taking the $112.00
from the-handbag.


Moss.went immediately to
the Police Station, reporting
the robbery and giving a
description of her assailaint.
Robinson said an investiga-
tion of the robbery has not
turned up a suspect as yet.


Father Richard E. Dawson,


ion This Morning
garbage in another manner, southern end of the county.
the City has agreed to bear Tentative estimates are.that
half the cost of putting in a this will cost the City some
compaction station in the $150,000-$200,000.


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Youth Dies


From Injuries


In Collision

It has been 14.years since a pedestrian' has beerr
killed on Port St. Joe's streets. It has been five years
since a person has been killed in a cycle accident on city
streets. Kloskia Lowery, age eight, must fall somewhere-
in between these two statistics, since he was killed while -
riding his bicycle on one of the City's streets last
Wednesday during the noon hour.
According to City Po- -.
lice, young Kloskia was
killed when he ran his
bicycle into the side of a
moving truck at the inter- --
section of Avenue E and -- -
Hodrick Street. The young .
boy saw Willie McKinnon
coming up Avenue E in his
car and started racing him .
on his bike. McKinnon said 1
the youth ducked his head
between the handlebars
and was totally involved in
racing his car up the street.
At the same time, James
Livingston Thomas was-
driving a flat bed truck on
Hodrick Street back to
work. Claud Adams was a
passenger inside the truck
and Charles Peterson was KLOSKIA LOWERY
riding on the bed. Peterson
said he saw the youth coming and not looking where he
was going. "I. hollered at him and tried to get his
attention, but he didn't hear me, I guess", Peterson said.
i Peterson said young Lowery never looked up until
just before he hit the truck, near the dual rear wheels
and it was too late then. "He threw on his brakes, but he
just slid on into the truck", Peterson said.
'The young boy was taken to Gulf Pines Hospital
immediately by Gulf County Volunteer Ambulance and- -
then transferred to Panama City, where he died shortly
afterward while receiving treatment for his severe head
wounds. l
The accdentwas vestigated Patrolman James
McGee, Chief RoyRobinson and Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper, Herschel Hill.


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Ta paper Asks for:


Public Input-


The. Port St., Joe Port Au-
thority will meet iMonday to'
discuss their future- with the
former Corps 'of Engineers
property at White;, City, ac-
cording to chairman, George
Tapper.
Tapper said the Authority
will meet in an attempt to
straighten out. the confusion
which has come about toward
a public agency making a
request of the federal govern-
ment.to secure the property,
which has been abandoned by
the Corps. "We want to see
how the people feel .about
this matter", Tapper said.
"We're asking the public to
attend Monday's meeting- to
express themselves concern-
ing ownership of the property.
If the people think it is the


responsibility of the County
Commission, we will with-
draw our application and offer
what help and support we can.
If the people think we should
have the property, we will
expect the County Commis-
sion to offer us the same
support." -
Tapper -went on to .say. the
Port Authority was just inter-
ested in putting the property
to work generating jobs here
in Gulf County.
The meeting will be held at
the Port St. Joe fire station
Monday at 5:00 p.m. "We'd"
like to know what the people
would like to see us do",.
Tapper said. "We have -the:
money to buy the property and:
we think we have the connec-
tions to secure the property
without a lot of problems."


Judges Ruling Stuns Both Sides of Dam Controversy
J .' ; ** 0 '. l n B, 't .Se fD C''-


: Both the proponents and. opponents for
removal of the Dead.Lakes dam were stunned
Friday by a ruling by'Calhoun County Judge
stating that the Dead Lakes Water Management
Board was serving illegally.
Judge Jiin Godwin, County Judge of Calhoun'
County, unwittingly placed thj new dimension in
the controversial subject, when he gave a ruling
regarding the Dead Lakes Board in regard to,
ruling on another matter entirely.
A 'fisherman had appeared before Judge
Godwin's court'facing a charge of fishing without
a Dead Lakes fishing permit. The fisherman's
defense Was that the fishing permits were


established by a Board which had been abolished
in 1975, when the Northwest Florida Water
Management District was created. The defendant
.claimed the.new board had' jurisdiction over the
Dead Lakes and permits established by the Dead
Lakes Board in the middle 1950's were now not
required.
Judge Godwin had taken the matter under
consideration earlier in the month and gave his
ruling this past week end.
Judge Godwin's ruling also had the effect of
placing another facet into the fight on whether or
not to remove the Dead Lakes dam.
in a meeting filled with controversy last


Thursday night, the present Dead Lakes Board
decided,, in a three-two vote to -withdraw an
application made by a previous board to, the
Northwest Florida Water Management District
for permission to remove the dam. The subject has
been the subject of bitter controversy for the past
six months, with definite sides being drawn up on
both sides of the matter.
On the on4 side, several property owners are
bitterly opposed to removing the dam, which was
established in the late 1950's to. maintain a.
constant water level in the lakes. A group of
sportsmen- and conservationists are just as
bitterly dedicated to removing the dam, which


they claim evidence shows is killing the fishing in.
the Lakes.
Those in favor of removing the dam showed
just how determined they are to see the act
accomplished at the meeting Thursday, which saw
virtual chaos result as the Dead Lakes committee
attempted to make the motions and take the vote
on whether or not to withdraw the removal
request.
Hurling charges, violation of the law 'and
comments, the crowd vehemently disagreed with
the action of the Committee when they voted to
asked for removal of the application.
Now, with the spectre hanging over the entire


situation that the committee is not a valid'
committee, everyone involved has more or less:
just stood back and held its breath.
"We're just waiting to see what the Governdr:
and the Cabinet say about this", Harland
Pridgeon, a member of the threatened committee
said.
"It was a surprise to us, but it couldn't have
come at a better time", a member of opposition to
the dam said concerning Judge Godwin's ruling.
Neither sideaseems to know what will happen
next. A ruling from the Governor, regardless of
what it may be, is sure to stir up a new battle to be
fought in the continuing disagreement.


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Editorials and Comments


THE STAR


THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1983


PAGE TWO


A story in a local daily newspa-
pear Friday indicated the problem
was over and settled over whether or
not-to remove the Dead Lakes Dam.
We feel the problem has only
begun.
With the decision last Thprsday
night, by the Dead Lakes Water
.Management Commission, to leave
; the dam in place and remove any
request for permission for removal,
Sthe problem didn't go away.
Unfortunately, the matter isn't
this simple. There is too much local
\Asupport for removal of the dam for it
S to just go away with the decision to
eavee the dam intact.
% The pitiful part of the problem
lis that there was no at~rmpt to
arrive at a compromise. There was
just the side of those who wished, to
take.the dam out and the other side,.
which wanted to leave it in.
It is understandable that people
3vith property along the Dead Lakes
,would want things to stay juist"as
'they are. It's true that some 'of ,the
'removal proponents also. owned
,property alongside the Dead Lakes,
but for the most part, those, who
wished to leave the dam intact



tStill
It's too bad that two of our
i national law makers have been
aught doing things a person had
pught not do. Sexual misconduct is
beginning to be thought of as a more
or-ess minor infraction, and some-
thing for Which tacit approval is
'; given to indulge in but not to get
caught doing.
z While most people are saying,
"Everybody does it these days",, at
least one of the Congressmen,
l aniele @n.i,.of:Illinois, seems jp
onsiaMr1mi actions as wrong....
SCongressman Gerry Studds
4fiels his act has been nobody's;
Business but ,his, and was not
necessarily a wrong against man-



SHolding. Hands
"Snow' white and the
Seven Dwarfs" are back.
It's ironic that in this day
of the explicit sex movie that a
46-year-old movie which was
one of the "G'est"' of "G"
movies of its day back in 1937
: should be resurrected for
reshowing.
Who knows, holding hands
-iay even come into vogue
again.
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owned property along the Dead
Lakes.
They deserve to be considered in
the matter. Whether or not they live
in Gulf County, they deserve to be
considered in the matter.
The people who want the dam
removed also have a valid argu-
ment. The very item which attracted
people to purchase property along-
side the lakes in the first place, is
deteriorating.
Why can't both. sides in the
matter get together and at least try
to come up with a solution which
would help both sides in the matter?'
Surely, the end result of both
arguments is for the future produc-
tivity and beauty of the Dead Lakes.
In a land where we send hardware
into space almost at will, where we
grow human babies in test tubes,
where we make beef steaks out of
soybeans, there should be enough
expertise to allow -for a solution
which would adequately satisfy the
group who wants" to remove the
Dead Lakes Dam and those who
don't want it removed.
One thing is for certain, such a'
solution. will never be found without
having a try at it.




kind. Studds seerfied to.take the
-.-attitude that -because he was ,a
homosexual his actions shouldn't be
considered as wrong by his constitu- '
ents oir the nation.
If we were to consider'which of
the men would get out votes in the.
future, we would have to say Rep.
Crane, would be our -most likely
candidate for further consideration.
Rep. Crane has admitted that what
he did was wrong, that he has sinned
againstt God, that ahelhas committed
a wrong against h is" family and
against his constituents.
In all likelihood, the claims, by
the news media that such actions are
the normal rather than the abnor-
mal in Washington; D.C.,- is no
reason for Representatives Crane-
and Studds to commit their acts in:
j the firstiplace.'A leader of our nation
should be above reproach in these
and other matters..
,The fact that the cynical daily,
arid electronic news media consid-
ered the acts of.the Congressmen as
a deviation from .the norm in
civilized society is a ray of hope for
our decaying morals. As long as our
permissiveness still frowns on acts
which even one of the perpetrators,'
Recognizes as "A sin against God",
we have hope for the future or our
nation and for: our straying Con-
gressmen.


A MAN'S WORLD .


SHospital Blues, #2

BY SHAD PHANTRY
* IL *' -


I've said this before and I'll
say it again; sometimes
things just don't go right for a
person, man or woman, re-
gardless of how positive mind-
ed they are. Sometimes you
just can't win,. and that's a
fact!
In recent months I have had
my share of wrong cards.
Every night as I lay down to
sleep, there is old "bad luck"
right beside me and I can't
seem to push him out of bed;
When I wake 4p and start to
shave, there he is looking me
right in. the face. He's been
with me for a while and I'm
getting sick of his company.
Life's enough of a struggle
without the likes of him
around.
Within the past few months
thirteen, to be exact) I have
been admitted to hospitals two
times. Now, that is as many
times as I have been in
hospitals the first forty- well,
first part of my life. Anyway,
this past time was different.
Let me tell you how.
I .wasadmittedfor a severe-
ly swollen esophagus; so
badly swollen, in fact, that I
could not 'talk and could
hardly breathe. Less than an
hour after being admitted I
was sitting on my bed with an
oxygen mask on and my head
erect, gasping for breath when
a.noted doctor acquaintance of
mine came by and spotted me
sitting in the room. He hesi-
tated, looked at me and said,
-"out drumming up something
else to write about, huh?"
Shaking his head from side to
side and looking at the floor,
he walked off. If I could have
talked it would have done no
good.
Within' minutes after that I
was summoned to the phone.
It was my wife. "What on
earth are you doing down
there again?" she asked curt-
ly.
I don't kfow.why they called

No Definite
Budget Figures
After a week of work and
planning, 'there ,are still no
definite figures to report on
the Gulf County budget for the
coming year. Working in an
atmosphere of give' and' take,
the county's elected officers
met with the' ounty.Commis-
sion Monday nightland agreed
to accept cuts' from their
original budget requests.
'The Commission will go intq
another budget session tonight
in an effort to iron out their
financial plan for the coming
year.
In talking separately with
Clerk Jerry Ivate'and chair-
man Billy Branch, both said
the budget figures are cond-
siderably less than they were
last week, in all departments.


me to the phone because I
couldn't talk. "Not going to try
and explain, huh?" she con-
tinued. "Well, if you think I'm
coming down there and be
humiliated again, you've got
another think coming" The
sound of the phone hitting the
cradle was loud and final.
Being a mute was no fun
a'tall. ,
, The one bright spot was the '
doctor and the nurses. They,"
of course, knew the gravity of


my situation, as did my
insurance agent. His question
was, "how about increasing
the ole life policy now, big
boy?" I threw a bedpan at him
but he was too quick and it hit
the door.
Finally, after I was released
and caught a ride home, I
thought I had it made. I hadn't
been there an hour before
there was a knock on the door,
I opened the door and there
stood a friend with an ar-


An Apple A Day Keeps


rangement of flowers in her
hand. "Shad," she said sar-
castically, "what on earth are
you doing here?. You are
suppose to be in the hospital or
at least be sick. Why aren't
you in bed?"
I tried to think quick but the
stay in the hospital had dulled
my senses. "Well, I, I..."
"Shut up!" she said deter-
minedly, "and get .out of the
way." She walked past me
into the living room. "I
brought these flowers for you
but since you aren't sick, I'll
give them to your wife. This is
the second time you've pulled
this trick and, frankly, all
your friends are getting tired
of it. Just so you won't get the
big-head and think we bought
these flowers for you, let me
tell you that these are some
left-over flowers from a tea we


had this morning. Now, how
do you like that, Mr. Smart
Alec?" With that she walked
out the door, jumped into her
car and screeched away. More
bad dreams, I. thought.
So you see, there are good
days and bad days; good luck
and bad luck, some rain and
some showers. Life is a series
of' ups and downs, like a
roller-coaster; and the most
we can hope for is that there
be more hills than valleys,
more sun than showers, and
more good luck than bad.
What really bothers me
most about being in the
hospital, though, is that doctor
saying what I.was in there for,
and I am now sitting here
doing the very thing he
accused me of.
That was just a lucky guess,
J.W.H.!!!


the Doctor Away


Grandsons Are Made to Spoil


GETTING A GAGGLE of grand-
sons to work at something profitable
and something which needs doing, is no
esy task. Most grandsons will work
like a trojan at some foolishness or
other, or on something which isn't going
-to amount to much when they are
through.. *
Or, grandsons will work' for .the,
n-ighbors, the stranger, or that fellow
ho lives down the street, for nothing
and enthusiastically. Again, they will
ork like trojans for these other people.
Their- efforts will be productive and
they .will be happy about their efforts,
once they are done.
To get grandsons to work for.
Memaw and. Papaw with the same-
dedication, the same enthusiasm, with
verve- and vigor and perseverance, is
something else gain.
S Usually, M aaw and Papaw are
Sfair game for a old drink, a piece of
Sandy, an ext dollar when they'
realize money i needed to purchase
that particular it i they need. Memaw
andPapaw don't ually insist on value
i"iyed in somrn task performed in


order to get that dollar, you under-
stand. Of course, Memaw and Papaw
insist on some small, though usually
insignificant task performed just so the
grandson can say he earned his dollar.


And, it
'token task
obligatory
qualify for
For a


and Any.
was work work. It wasn't'a ': t<
in order to put in; the y
10 minutes in order 'to'"' oa
receiving a needed dollar. sl
full hour, Frenchie"had tl


ETAOIN SHRDLU

| By:We


Memaws and Papaws are funny,
that way.
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LAST 'WEEK, THE miracle was
accomplished by the miracle worker.
I say miracle, because Frenchie
had six grandsons, all below the age of
12 all doing productive work for a full
hour.


Work Performed Is Just


apply themselves to a task. Usually,
can get a pretty good. production
of a grandson, if you keep .them
rated. So far as I know, there was
promise of a hamburger at supper


esjey R: IRonvsey.


Michael, Randy, Chris, Wes, Bill and
Eric, strung out in our front yard,
pulling dead weeds and grass out of a
patch of lawn, which had been killed by
chemicals for re-planting.
They worked. '
For a full hour, there was no
playing, no fussing with one another, no
picking at one another. No loafing.
I realize most kids have it in them


time when this task was done and they
were all within hitting distance of each
other. This should have been more of a
temptation than they could stand.

WHILE ALL THIS unusual produc-
tion was going on, I was cutting the
grass.
Our front yard is like a bald-headed
man. The middle part has been hit by


the insects and needs replacing. This is
what the six grandsons were getting
ready.
The fringes grow prolifically and
need mowing, regularly; just like a
bald-headed man who has to go to the
barber shop regularly to get the sides
trimmed.
There I was cutting the edges of my
bald-headed yard, when Eric, who is
just seven, came up and said, "Papaw,
let me run the lawn mover. I can do
that!"
After trying to convince Eric he
was too short in the britches to run the
lawn mower and his continued insis-
tence that he was bigger than he looked,
I relented.
I explained that the lawn mower
pulled itself and all you had to do was
mash down on the lever to make it go
and release the lever to make it stop.
Even one so short in the britches as
Eric can make my lawn mower go, but
guiding it in the right direction is some-
thing else again.
Eric aligned himself behind the
push handles, shrugged his shoulders


Gravy
and shuffled his feet, like Dale Murphy
getting ready to hit a home run. He
mashed down 'the come-ahea&d lever
and the lawn mower took off with Eric
holding on to the handles for dear life.
The lawn mower took off toward a
pine tree where it stalled and spun its
wheels, trying' to go further.' It's
progress was interrupted by the pine
tree.
After getting the mower around the
tree and instructing Eric once again to
turn loose of the lever when he wanted
the mower to stop, he took off again.
The mower took off in a pattern which
resembled "J. R.'s" route when his
mother sends him for something in the
comic strip "Small Society".
-Eric couldn't keep the mower going
straight until he sighted in on an azalea
bush, then, all of a sudden, he was able
to guide it in a straight line-straight to
the azalea bush. The mower climbed
the bush and trimmed one side clean.
Since it was one of Frenchie's new,
prized white azaleas, that ended the
exercise of "Let me run the lawn
mower, Papaw!"


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


July 21
July 22
July 23
July 24
July 25
July 26
July 27
July 28


High LIA
9:42a.m.. 8:28p.m.
10:25a.m. 9:13p.mn.
11:11a.m. 9:54p.m.
11:53a.m. 10:36p.m.
12:31p.m. 11:15p.m.
1:03p.m. 11:46p.m.
1:42p.m.
2:09p.m. 12:11a.m.


SDam Problem Is



Just Beginning


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1983


Ad


Parker Receives Maddox Award


Marking Perfect Attendance


Tres Parker, second,'from left, a
1983 graduate from Port St. Joe High
School, is. the recipient of the Zola
Maddox Memorial Award. Tres is
recognized for having '12 years of
perfect attendance while a student in
the Gulf County School System. He is -
the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Parker of
1316 Woodward Avenue.
The award is named for long time


Gulf County educator, the late Zola
Maddox. Mrs.. Maddox started her,
teaching career in ,1910 in Calhoun
County. She moved to Port St. Joe in
1915 and taught in Gulf County Schools
until her retirement in the 1950's.
Presenting the' plaque is Mrs.
Charlotte Maddox Pierce, granddaugh-
ter 'of the late. Mrs.. Maddox. Mrs.
Pierce is also a graduate of Port t. Joe


OBITUARI ES:

FuneralServices Wed.

for Kloskia Lowery
Kloskia Lowery, age eight, Beach of Port St. Joe; grand-
of Port St. Joe, died suddenly father,. Mr. Josephus Givens
last Wednesday in a Panama of Washington, D. C.; and a
City hospital. He was a host of aunts, uncles, cousins,
student at Port St. Joe Ele- and sorrowing friends.
mentary School, and attended F r vi r
Nw Bethl..C .. Funeral services were heldo
New Bethel AME Church. Wednesday, July 20 at 2:00
He s survived by: his p.m. at the New Bethel AME
mother and father, Mrs. Al- Church with the Rev. J. W.
freda Jones of Killeen, Texas Williams officiating. Inter-
and Mr. Kloskia Lowery of ment followed in Forest Hill
Port St. Joe; one sister, Kenya Cemete-ry
Dunlap of Killeen, Texas; one ry.
brother, Kelso Jones of Port All arrangements were uri-
St. Joe; grandmothers, Mrs. der the direction of Comforter
Willola Wright and Mrs: Min- Funeral Home.
S nie Lo Givens of Port- Stre'i -je -
great-grandmother, Mrs. Sue D ea h T k
,_ Deat Takes


High School with 12 years of perfect
attendance ..
* Shown from left to right at the
presentation, arei T. E. Parker,' Jr.
father of the honoree, Tres. Mrs. T. Ei
Parker, mother of the honoree, Mrs!
Pierce and Dave Maddox, son of Mrsi
Zola Maddox. ',rh,'
-Star photo


T. Turner, CP. Larry In


ID I T 3 Q


California


JSI; .., I B. Cpl. Terry L. Larry, whose
Mr. Tommy *Turner, 65, wife, Lizzie, is the daughtei- of
resident of Wewahitchka since Robert and Annie M. Larry of
1949, died Tuesday evening in 207 Avenue F, Port St. Joe,
Wewahitchka., He was an landed on the beaches
employee of the Gulf Coast southern California for traui-
Electric Co-op since 1949., He ing at the Naval Amphibiou
was a member of the Presby- School in Coronado.
terian Church and a native of He is a 1978 graduate of Pork
Geneva County, Alabama. St. Joe Junior Senior High
School.


Commission Eyes


The City Commission will
take another stab at getting
the highway railroad cros-
sings repaired in the City. At
their Tuesday night meeting,
Commissioner James B. Rob-
erts:said, "Our railroad cros-.
sings are in terrible shape.
Someone's going to have a
wreck one of these days on one
of these crossings, if we're not
careful."
Roberts was specifically
talking about the crossing on
Highway 98 but the complaint
was quickly enlarged to in-
clude the crossings on High-
way 71 also.
The City has complained to
the Department of Transpor-
tation about the condition of
the crossings in the past and
have received some work:as
a result of the complaints, but
Roberts said they are still
rough and need considerable
attention to smooth them' out.
The Commission will make
contact with DOT about the
problem:


BAN TRUCKS
Paulette Beachum and
Charles Nettles asked the
Commission Tuesday if some
sort of truck traffic ban could
be enacted on city streets, to
keep trucks off the streets if
they had ro specific reason to
be on the streets. Ms. Bea-
chum advised the Commission
the truck which was involved
in the death of the young child
last week had been driven
home for lunch and was on the
way back to work after lunch
when the accident occurred.
"Maybe we could require
them to park the trucks at a
certain spot and walk in the
crowded streets," Ms. Bea-
chum said. She said children
in the area have no place to
play and gather in the streets.
"This makes a dangerous
situation", she said.
Mayor Frank pate Pate
called on Attorney Rish for
advice as to what the Commis-
sion's powers were in this
instance. Rish said the Com-
mission could regulate


Surplus Commodity

Program

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 irxthe past. Former-
ly, residents 60 years or older qualified for the program
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.S.I. Cards, will not be ac-
cepted as written proof under the new guidelines. All
documentation of eligibility must be up to date.
New guidelines call 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 Wewahltchka Old
Elementary Lunchroom. -,


Rough Crossings
through truck traffic but had this was a state-regulated
no authority to keep trucks off venture and Stephens would
the streets altogether. first have to secure a state
Mayor Pate pointed out that permit to build before he could
there was a 10 acre play- proceed any further with his
ground in the area described proposal.
by Ms. Beachum.
MAUSOLEUM OTHER BUSINESS
Charles Stephens asked the In other business matters,
City for permission to con- the Commission:
struct a public mausoleum at
the new perpetual care cem- -Accepted/an agreement
etery. Stephens said he had from Liberty National Life
some business associates who Insurance Company to coiin
wished to join in the project to tinue the present health insur-
provide this service to the ance program until October-I;
people of the area. at which time the program
Stephens was advised that will be re-bid.


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 9:45A.M-.'i
WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M:
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday)................ 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7:30 P.M, ."

Nursery Provided BRO. JERRY REGISTER



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..
S' services, and a deep sense of God's'"
presence can be felt in every service.
EVANGELISTIC We believe the main purpose of the
church is soul-winning.
EDUCATIONAL Christian education holds a high
Priority in" our church program. Spirit-
filled teachers attempt to instill a
knowledge of God's word into every heart.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ............... . 9.45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ..................... 11:00 A.M.. .
'SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE ...... ... 6:15 P.M. ..
WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY ............... 7:15 P.M. '


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REASONS
to see your good
neighbor agent


CAR HOME
LIFE HEALTH

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Mr. Davis
Mr. Mitchell Davis, 71, a
lifelong resident of Wewahit-
chka, -died Wednesday in a
Panama City hospital. He was
a retired employee of St. Joe
Paper Company, a member of
First Baptist Church, and a
veteran of WW II.
Survivors include: his wife,
Mrs. Sadie Davis of Wewahit-
chka; one stepson, B. G.
Wicker of Panama City; one
stepdaughter, Jewel Boyette
of Panama City; one brother,
Otis Davis, Sr. of Wewahitch-
ka; two sisters, Alma Padgett
of Pensacola, and Vergie Gay
of Wewahitchka; six grand-
children; 11 great grandchild-
ren; and many nieces and
.nephews.
Funeral services were held
last Friday at 3 p.m. CDT at
the First Baptist Church of
Wewahitchka with the Rev.
Richard Bloodworth and Kyle
Slater officiating. Interment
followed in Jehu Cemetery of
Wewahitchka.
,All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funer-
al Home, Wewahitchka
Branch Chapel.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1983


Tiffany Burns to Compete


Miss Donna Kimberly Dupree and


Jay Franklin Williams,
.'Donna Kimberly Dupree Mrs. Jimmie McLeod di- son, sister of the g
:and Jay Franklin Williams, reacted the wedding. Lori Ray attended
Jr. were joined in marriage on Following the ceremony, a d'oeuvres' table;
:July 2 at the Long Avenue reception was given in the Stephens served
:Baptist 'Church. The double church fellowship hall. It was Floor hostesses
ring, candlelight ceremony hosted by the couple's pa- Clara Roberson, M
:was performed by Dr. Daniel rents. During the reception, Griffin, Mrs. Eastf
Duncan. Angel Barbee attended the and Mrs. Judy Bai
The bride is the daughter of bride's book; Tammy Rober- The bridegroom
Mrs. Mamie D. Harper of Port son and Melissa Wood served directed and cater
;St. Joe, and the late Ralph M. the bridegroom's cake; Tonya ception.
:Dupree. Cross and Pam Sanborn ser- Casey Witten an
The bridegroom is the son of ved the punch; Brenda Wood ley Burkett distr
i Mrs. Ann M. Sealey and and Linda Rushing served the rice bags during the
:Frank Williams, both of Port bride's cake; Dianna Harri- After a weddin
St. Joe. He is the grandson of
S.Mrs. Fannie 'Montgomery of
Port St. Joe.
: Nuptial music was perform-
ad by Mark Donnell, soloist,
Eva Collier, soloist, and Me-
linda McArdle, organist.
Given in marriage by her
Another and escorted to the
piltar by her brother, Ron
Dupree, the bride wore a
traditional full length gown
with a scalloped square neck-
line and cathedral length
train. The gown was enhanced
With chantilly lace and se-
quins were scattered over the -.
bodice and train. "
S' For her headpiece she wore
a white, picture brim hat with
an overlay of scalloped chan- '
: tilly-lace appliques.
,;She carried a cascade of
ahite silk orchids accented
"ith pink and lavender minia-
tuire silk roses, interspersed
With pearl hearts and pink and
k vender picot streamers. ; "
Mrs. Susan Stephens, sister
the bride, was the matron of
I" (nor. Maids of honor were .
C thy Rish and Holly Gra- .
6am. Bridesmaids were Lisa
Porter, Cynthia Rogers, and '
1.'ancy Wright. .. "
.tThe. best man was Mitch
-ortnier. Usher-groomsmen
yere Tim Montgomery, cou-
sin of the groom, Fred Noble,-
revin Griffin, cousin of the
'pide, Brian Melton, and Greg -
Wood. ..
.Erin Dupree, the bride's .
viece was the flower girl.
Adam Griffin, cousin of the
bide, was the ring bearer. =,
6$eyenne Harrison, niece of -.-
_fie groom, distributed wed-
ing scrolls before the cere- r a,
m ony. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Franklin Willams, Jr.


Jr. Are Wed


groom, and
i the hours
and Lynn
the coffee.
were Mrs.
[rs. Shirley
er Nichols,
rbee.
a's mother
red the re-
.d Kimber-
ibuted the
reception.
Lg trip to


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Destin, the couple resides in
Port St. Joe. The bridegroom.
is employed with the St. Joe.
Machine Co., and the bride is,
employed with Earley's Hard-
ware and Building Supply.
A rehearsal dinner was held
July 1 at the Gulf Sands
Restaurant. It was hosted by,
the bridegroom's parents.
A miscellaneous bridal
shower was held June 16 at the
Long Avenue Baptist Church
Social Hall. Hostesses were,
Miss Alma Baggett, Mrs. Billy
Barlow, Mrs. Johp Core, Mrs.
Phil Earley, Mrs. Joe Fortner,
Mrs. Cecil Harrison, Mrs.
Troy Jones, Mrs. Dave Mad-
' dox, Mrs. Tommy Oliver, Mrs.
Wesley R. Ramsey, Mrs.
Keith Ward, Miss Barbara
Whitfield, Mrs. Fred Witten, %
and Mrs. John Wright'.
A miscellaneous bridal
shower was held June 20 at the
First United Methodist Chur-
ch Social Hall. It was hosted
by Cathy Rish, Holly Graham, I
Lisa Porter, Nancy Wright,
Cynthia Rogers, Lori Ray, and
Tanya Pippin. .
A bridal dinner was held
June 27 at,the home of Mrs.
Walter Graham. It was hosted
by Mrs. Waiter Graham, Miss s
Holly Graham, Mrs. Linda
Wood, Mrs. Judy Rowan, and g
Mrs. Kathy Graham. S


VBS Slated

SiAt Beach


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Baptist
The Beach Baptist Chapel,
corner Columbus and Ala-
bama at St. Joe Beach, will
have Vacation Bible School
starting with a big parade and
registration this Saturday,
July 23 at 10 a.m.
Pre-schoolers and children
will meet Monday, July 25
through Friday, July 29 from 9
A.M. to 12 Noon.
. Youth and adults will meet
nightly at the church at 7 p.m.


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Mark Manley Ginger Burge


Engaged


Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L.
Burge of Port St. Joe have
announced the engagement
iid approaching marriage of
heir daughter, Ginger Annet-
e Burge, to Mark Edwin
Manley, son of Mr. Richard E.
Manley, and the late Mrs.
Marguerite Manley of Hou-
ston, Texas.
The bride-elect is a 1981
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School. She is presently em-
ployed with the Wewahitchka
State Bank in Port St. Joe.
Her fiance graduated from
Cypress Creek Senior High
School in Houston, Texas in
1980. He is currently serving in
he United States Air Force at
Pyndall Air Force Base.
The wedding date is set for
September 17 at 6:00 P.M.
EIST at the First United
/ethodist Church in Port St.
Joe. All family and friends are
invited to attend. A Reception
vill follow in the church
ellowship hall.
Ginger is the granddaughter
f Mrs. T. S. Singletary and
he late T. S. "Seek" Single-
ary.


In Miss Teen
' Tiffany F. Burns, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jarred Burns,
Jr., 312 Avenue E, Port St. Joe
will be competing for the title
of Miss Teen of Florida in
Kissimmee, August 5-7. Miss
Teen of Florida will win an all
expense paid trip to the Miss
Teen of America Pageant, a
$1,000 College Scholarship,
and other awards. Miss Teen
of Florida is a scholarship
program unique in its selec-
tion of state and national
participants. The pageant uti-
lizes six judging divisions to
find the most outstanding
young women from around the
country. They are: Scholastic
Records, Service and Achieve-
ment, Personal Development,
Poise and Appearance, Jud-
ges Interview, and General
Awareness.
A charity bowling event, the
judging activities, and pro-
duction rehearsals lead up to
the 1983 Miss Teen of Florida
Pageant to be held at the
Hilton Convention Center, Kis-


of Florida
simmee, on Sunday afternoon,
August 7 at 4:00 P.M.
Tiffany is being sponsored
by: Big Ten Social Club,
Driesbach Cleaners, Ebonyet-
te Social Club, The Jenkins
Family (Mr. and Mrs. Taylor
Jenkins), Peters' Economy
Laundry, Russ's Beauty Shop,
Twilight Civic Club, WJBU,
AFCA. .

Gospel Sing

In Wewa
There will be a gospel sing
Saturday, July 23rd at 7:00
PM at the Wewahitchka
Church of God. Featured
singer will be Betty Hyst of
Panama City's Christian Ra-
dio Station, WPCF.
On Sunday, July 24th at 6:30
P.M. the Church will begin
revival services with Evange-
list Sister Robin Bailey of Port
St. Joe.


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Reception Marks

50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Beaman recently celebrated their
50th Wedding Anniversary with a reception hosted by their
children, Jim and Phyllis Beaman and Jim and Fern
Guilford, in their son's home.
Their granddaughters, Ginger Cleghorn and Tina
Beaman, served refreshments.
May friends and relatives attended, creating a very
memorable occasion for the Beamans.
Wayne and Irene were married on July 8, 1933 in
Indianapolis, Indiana. They have one son and one daughter
and several grandchildren.
a The Beaman's moved from Indiana to Port St. Joe in 1957
and together established their still active plumbing business.


Wendy Hasty
from that institution. He re-
cently obtained his DDS de-
gree from the University of
Texas Health Science Center
Dental School, and is now
engaged in the practice of
dentistry in San Antonio.
The wedding will take place
on August 20at Grace Presby-
terian Church, San Antonio, at
7 P.M. with a reception to
follow in the church fellowship
hall.


Clara Allen, bride-elect of Eric Freeman,
shown above center, was honored with a
bridal shower last Thursday evening at the
Florida Power Lounge. Hostesses for the
occasion were Eunice Gunter and Betty


Ms. Jesslyn McBride, state
-president of Delta Kappa.
Gamma Society International,
was in Port St. Joe Sunday,
July 16, to meet with Jacque
Price, state chairman of the
Communications Committee.
Accompanying Ms., McBride
were Frances Marinari, chair-:


First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ........... .10:00A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00A.M. .
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN IM. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229.6857


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1983


I WF SU-.TV to Air Film Footage of
Mickey Friedman Shot Here
SAccording to Dan Smith, ricane Season", and filmed in
Associate Producer of "South- Port St. Joe on July 7, will be
ern Circuit" (WFSU-TV Chan, televised as follows: Tuesday,
nel 11), the program contain- July 26, 7:30 P.M.; July 27,
-- ing a segment featuring Mick- 1:00 P.M.; and July 31, 11:00
Bey Friedman, author of "Hur- P.M.


Engaged
Wendy Susan Hasty and Dr.
Rodney Joseph Lewis are
engaged to be married in San
Antonio, Texas.
Wendy is the daughter of
Mrs. Bob Bowen of Mexico
Beach, and B. A. Hasty of San
Antonio.
The bride-elect holds a BBA
degree in accounting from the
University of Texas at San
Antonio, and is employed as
an accountant with The Quin-
cy Lee Co. in that city.
Rodney is a graduate oi St.
Mary's University in San
Antonio, and has a.BA degree
in biology, and a master's
degree in clinical psychology


Jorge J. San Pedro, M.D.

Announces

New Office Hours
Effective August 1, 1983 '

Monday .. 10-12 a.m. 1-4 p.m. ,-
Tuesday ............ 1-5 p.m.
Wednesday ......... 1-5 p.m.
Thursday . Clerical Services Only
Friday.... 10-12a.m. 1-5 p.m.
Clerical Services Are Available -:-
Each Weekday from 10:00 A.M.
Till Closing Time
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Hardin. She was the recipient of many
lovely gifts.
Eric and Clara will be married August 6,
at 5:00 p.m., at the Highland View Baptist
Church.


man of the Program Commit-
tee, and Betty Thornton, di-
rector of Arts and Crafts, all of
whom were en. route to the
Southeast Regional Confer-
ence in Biloxi, Mississippi.
Delta Kappa Gamma is an
honorary society for women
educators..
Following the meeting local
Delta Kappa Gamma mem-
bers prepared a salad buffet
which was served at the home
of Sara Fite. Assisting Mrs.
Price and Mrs. Fite in enter-
tainingthe guests were Carol
Cathey, Sarah Turner, Mar-
garet Biggs, Helen Ramsey,
Laura Geddie, Sadie Gardner,
and Lila Brouilette.

"Joey" is a common back-
stage name for a circus
clown, chosen in honor
of the first great modern
clown, Joseph Grimaldi.


appreciate the value of convenience.
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You can also take advantage of
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h every month at no charge. Not out-of-


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Cemetery. The stone- marks the grave of
- Jacob A. Blackweill.'who was a prominent
merchant of'Old St. Joseph who died from
yellow fever on July 24, 1841. The tombstone
replica will be placed In the old cemetery. The
St. Joseph Historical Society offers its thanks
to Mr. Ingram for his donation. ta hot
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f sou- lolly pines have been killed by
deadly the small beetles and prepara-
mally tions were underway to cut
been and remove the trees.
averns W. L. Jensen, district Fo-
lanna, rester in the area, was work-
ficials ing with officials of the park to
implement an emergency plan
e lob- to isolate the outbreak before



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the beetles could multiply
astronomically and spread.
They were planning not only to
cut the dead trees but also to
remove the healthy pines in a
100-foot buffer strip around
the infestation to contain the
beetles. The salvaged, trees
will be sold since the wood is
unaffected by the beetle at-
tack. All hardwoods will be
left standing.
The adults are about the size
of rice grains, black, and
attach -healthy pines in large
numbers to lay eggs under the
bark. The hatched larvae can
quickly kill a tree by destroy-
Inhg tli liJng cells under the
bark. The .only treatment is
cutting and removal.
"This insect usually attacks
in the late spring and summer,
and due to Florida's long
warm weather season is able
to go through several genera-
tions before winter," said
James Harrell, spokesman for
the Division of Forestry, De-
partment of Agriculture and
Consumer Services, in Talla-
hassee.
Several other kinds of beet-
les also attack pines, but they
are less threatening.
"This particular beetle usu-
ally starts its attack on
overmature or weakened
trees and can spread to
healthy pines, infesting tens or
hundreds of acres while other
types may .kill only a few
trees," Harrell said.
Large loblolly trees were hit
in the Marianna infestation.
But the beetles often attack
other kinds of pines. Occa-
sionally the beetles may
swarm out of a forest and
attack ornamental or shade
pines in suburban or urban
yards.
Land owners were urged to
report to foresters any evi-
dence of local infestations and
Division of Forestry planes
were stepping up aerial sur-
veys.
Tell-tale signs of the South-
ern pine beetles include blobs
of sticky white gum on the
bark of infested trees; crowns
of trees turning from deep
green to orange, or stands of
dead or dying trees in major


Public
Notices
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Board of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida will hold two Public Hear-
ings to consider the question of closing,
vacating, and discontinuing a portion of a
public street, described as follows, to-wit:
The North 124%f feet of Hunter
Street, a 60 foot wide street, as
shown on the official subdivision
plat of OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION
TO THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
Florida, recorded In plat book 1, page
12, public records of Gulf County,
Florida. also described as: That part
of said Hunter Street lying between
lot 2, Block 4 and lot 20, Block 1 of
said subdivision.
Each public hearing will be held In the
County Commissioners meeting room at
the Gulf County courthouse In Port St.
Joe, Florida,-on the following dates: 1st
hearing on July 26, 1983 at 7:00 P.M., EST
and the second hearing on August 9,1983
at 9:00 A.M., EST.
Comments from any Interested parties
regarding this question will be welcome.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
G'ULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
B:-Is/ William R. Branch, Chairman
ATTEST: fit Jerry Gates, Clerk
(Court Seal) It 7121


The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf Couqty,
Florida, met June 28, 1983 in
regular session with the fol-
lowing members present:
Chairman Billy Branch, Eld-
ridge Money, Jimmy 0. Gqrt-
man, Doug Birmingham, and
Everett Owens, Jr. Also pre-
sent were: Clerk Jerry Gafes,
Attorney William J. Rish,
Road Superintendent Bob Les-
ter, Mosquito Control Director
Doug Kent, Deputy Clerk
Maurell Cumbie, and Civil
Defense Director-Bailiff Bill
Lamar.
The meeting came to order
at 7:00 p.m.
Comm. Gortman opened the
meeting with prayer and led
the pledge of allegiance to the
flag.
Upon motion by Comm.
Gortman, second by Comm.
Birmingham, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved the
minutes of June 14, 1983. J)
.Pursuant to advertisement
to purchase one new motor
grader for the Road Depait-
ment, the following bids were
received: With Trade-In
(Used Cat.), Burford Eq. Co.,
$59,395.00; Beard Eq. C'o.,
$48,901.12; Leary & Owens Eq.
Co., $55,001.37. Without Trade-
In: Burford Eq. Co.;;
$63,395.00; Beard Eq. Co.,
$64,501.00; Leary & Owens Eq.
Co., $60,001.37. Comm. Birpi-
ingham moved the Board
table these bids until the next
regular meeting to allow Roa.
Superintendent Bob Lester
time to study them and make
his recommendation to the
Board. Comm. Owens second-
ed the motion and it passid
unanimously. al
Upon motion by Comm.
Birmingham, second by-
Comm. Owens, and unani-
mous vote, the Board adopted
Resolution. 83-8 entitled "In-
terlocal Agreement Creating
the Florida Panhandle Job
Training Consortium."
Richard Alexander, of liii-
dian Pass Beach, discussed
the whereabouts of the mean
high water line on the beach
and complained about people
driving at excessive speeds
along the beach. Mr. Alexan-
der also complained about the
lack of enforcement of traffic
laws on the beach. Bill Sch-
lickman, owner, Ski :Breeze
Campsites, also reported peo-
ple are speeding on Indian
Pass Beach and driving on the
dunes. After discussion, the,
Board advised that the State
had jurisdiction over the sand
dunes. Comm. Owens then
moved the Board establish a
'proper speed for Indian Pass
Beach after discussion witli%
the Sheriff. Comm. Money
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously. Comm.
Birmingham suggested Mr.
Alexander discuss the lack of
law enforcement on the beach-
es with Sheriff Murphy.
Comm. Gortman moved the
Board pay an invoice from
Gilmore Funeral Home, in the
amount of $120.00, for autopsy
transportation. Comm. Birm-
ingham seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
Comm. Gortman moved the
Board pay an invoice from
Charles A. Gaskin, Architect,
in the amount of $336.86, ifor
the courthouse air-condition-
ing system renovation.
Comm. Birmingham seconded
the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Clerk Gates read a letter
from the Department of
Transportation stating State
Road 22 is scheduled to be
removed from the State High-
way System and transferred
to Gulf County jurisdiction on
July 29, 1983. After discussion,
Comm. Owens moved the
Board write the Department
of Transportation requesting
they widen State Road 22 to 24
feet, resurface the entire road
at the same time instead, f
piece by piece, resurface tie
portion of State Road 22 within
the city limits of Wewahitch-
ka, and, build a new bridge to

infestations. ,
Thousands of acres of pines
are attacked every year fro n
Texas to Virginia but thee
major outbreaks are found
north of Florida. The most
likely target of the southern
pine beetle are mature tre
rather than saplings, and
especially trees under stress
such as that caused by over-
crowding or by floodwaters
standing on the roots too long.


replace the Wetappo Creek
bridge built in 1938. Comm.
Money seconded the motion.
Comm. Birmingham then
moved an amendment to the
motion to'request the Depart-
ment of Transportation fur-
nish the Board complete tran-
scripts, surveys, and item by
item reasons whly State Road
22 is being transferred to Gulf
County. Comm. Gortman se-
conded the amendment arid
the amendment and the mo-
tion passed unanimously.
The Board received a letter
from Dr. Herbert I. Garfield,
Director, Gulf County Health
Department, stating he had no
objection to. the Gulf County
Association of .Retarded. Citi-.
zens proposed contract for
landscape maintenance at the
Health Department.
The Board received a letter
from J. E. "Buddy" Clewis,
President of, Panama City
Florida Federation of Labor,
recommending Troy Jones as
the labor representative to the
Job Training Partnership Con-
sortium.
Attorney Rish reported
Chairman Branch, Mosquito
Control Director Kent, and
-himself met with representa-
tives of Barrett, Daffin, and
Carlan and had tentatively
negotiated a fee for engineer-
ing services on the Beaches
Water. System .Project.
The Chairman reported
Clerk Gates, Attorney Rish,
and himself would attend an
FHA pre-application confer-
ence for te Beaches and
Highland View Water System
on Friday, July 1, 1983 at 10:00
a.m., in Tallahassee, Florida.
Comm. Owens requested the
Board write the Department
of Transportation a letter of
appreciation for addressing
the misunderstanding con-
cerning the resurfacing of
State Road 71.
The Board received an
indigent hospital bill for
James L. Kelley. The Board
requested the Clerk write Bay
Medical Center that Gulf
County has no funds available
to pay hospital bills for
indigents.
The Board discussed a
Gadsden County Resolution
granting permission to the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
to do necessary dredging and
filling in connection with the
Apalachicola River Rock re-
location.
Chairman Branch reported
that at the June 16 inspection
of State Road 71, Department
of Transportation Project En-
gineer Doug Cauley, stated
the paving now meets Depart-
ment- of Transportation State
Road specifications and the
Board has received a letter
from the Department of Tran-
sportation stating the same.
Comm. Birmingham reported
that Project Engineer Cauley
agreed at the same meeting to
have the Department of Tran-
sportation insure that the
contractor completes .patch-
ing the Willis Landing Road
and check on repairs of the
broken edges of the lower
Dalkeith Road. Chairman
Branch requested the Board
write the Department of Tran-
sportation for -written confir-
mation that this repair work
will be completed.
Chairman Branch requested
Deputy Clerk Cumbie meet
with Sheriff Murphy and pre-
pare a corrective action re-
port in answer to a report of
deficiencies at the Gulf County
Jail as cited by the Florida
Department of Corrections.
The Chairman requested a
portion of a letter, from the ,
Apalachee Regional Planning
Council Director Ane Merri-
am concerning .the Beacon
Hill Lighthouse Property, be
entered in the minutes.
Chairman Branch said to
the Board's knowledge the
statement in the letter to the
Board from Dave Watkins,
Apalachee Regional Planning
Council, that the Port Authori-
ty has been determined to be a
"State Agency", is a false
statement.
Comm. Money requested
the Board write the Depart-
ment of Transportation asking
the approximate date the
railroad crossing on State
Road 71 adjacent to the Gulf
County Courthouse will be
replaced.
Comm. Money requested
the Board write Apalachicola
Northern Railroad Company
asking when the project to
lower the, drainage pipe lo-
cated under the railroad cros-


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Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE


DANIEL W. DUNCAN
Pastor


MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music & Youth


Brokerage Services


by Florida National Bank


Charles Measamer, vice-
president of Florida National
Bank, showed the Rotary Club
a slide presentation on a new
service of the local bank last
Thursday at noon.
Measamer showed the Ro-
tarians of the new brokerage
service now being offered by
Florida National. The new
service, according to the
presentation, offers a cut-rate
brokerage service.
Measamer, said the new
service offers quick buying
arid selling of stock,: "But it
does not offer advice on which

sing, between Avenue A and,
First Street in Port ,St. Joe,
will be commenced. '
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved funding
$500.00 to the Port St. Joe
Community Services Pro-
gram. I
Comm. Owens moved the
Board advertise to receive
bidsto resurface the approach
to the Simmons Bayou Bridge
and the East approach of the
Dead Lakes Dam Bridge.
Comm. Money seconded the:
motion and it passed unani-
mously.
Comm. Birmingham discus-
sed the Buddy Gay ditch
easements with the Board.
Comm. Birmingham moved
the Board advertise to pur-
chase suitable fill dirt in the
north end of the county.
Comm. Gortman seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously.
SComm. Money reported he
repaired the air-conditioning
unit at the St. Joe Health
Department at no cost to the
County.
Chairman Branch requested
the Board inform Mr. Silas
Player that the description on
the Overstreet ditch easement
didn't match the proposed
location of the ditch and ask if
he had any suggestions and
that the proper easements
would be required before the .',
ditch was constructed.
The Board discussed the
specification plans for the
garbage compactor system.
The Chairman set budget
hearings -for June 11 and 12,
1983 at 7:00 p.m.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


stock to buy or sell", which a
brokerage firm does. Measa-
mer said that if the stock
purchaser knows which stock
he wants to buy, the new bank
service can do the brokerage
service for him at a fraction of
the fee charged by brokerage
houses.
"A stock purchaser can
save up to 70 percent of the
brokerage fees by using this
new service", Measamer said.
Measamer said the Florida


National Bank organization-
has contracted with a nation-
ally operated brokerage house
to handle the actual transac-
tions. Measamer 'said those
who wish to use the service
need only call the local bank
for full details.
Guests of the club were
Calvin Anthony of Panama
City, repseresentative of the
District Governor, Jimmy
Greer and Wendell Campbell,
both of Port St. Joe.


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
,FOR WATER USE PERMIT

Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Chapter
373; Florida.Statutes, the following application for water
use permit has been, received by the Northwest Florida
Water Management District.
Application No. S00098, filed 6120143, Cape San
SBias Water System, Inc., 325 John Knox Road, Suite
E-104,'Tallahassee, FL 32303. Applicant Is requesting an
,average withdrawal of 200,000 gallons of water per day
from an existing well for public supply use at Section 23,
* Township 9 South, Range 11 West, Gulf County.
Interested persons may comment upon the applica-
tion or submit a written request for a copy of the staff
report containing proposed agency action regarding the
application by writing to the Governing Board of the Nor-
thwest Florida Water Management District, Route 1. Box
3100, Havana, Florida 32333, but such comments or re-
quests must be received by 5:00 o'clock p.m., on the 4th
day of August, 1983.
No further public notice will be provided regarding
this application. A copy of the staff report must be re-
"quested in order to remain advised of further pro-
ceedings. Substantially affected persons are entitled to
.request an administrative hearing regarding the propos- .
ed agency action by submitting a written request
therefore after reviewing the staff report.


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1983


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GYMNASTi: P Rom left, on lower bars, Pam Bowen, Anita Di
Jyo. left top, won BestAll Around, d at right is Lisa Atkins.

,Gyvmnasts Comp



i Lcal Intersquac
.The local gymnast team Cecil and Beth Lyons.
competed- in an intersquad There were five different '
-imet last Tuesday night at the divisions that the girls were
Centennial Bi ilding, judged on: Bars, Vault, Beam,
-Competing were. Anita Floor, and Tumbling.
Davis, age six, daughter of Each girl received a ribbon,
Jim and Christi Davis; Pam first place through fifth place,
Bowen, age eight, daughter of as follows:
Karl and Sheri Bowen; Maria Holly Lyons, Bars 1st, Vault,
Perry, age nine, daughter of 1st, Beam 5th, Floor 5th,
Martin'and Pam Pprry; Lisa Tumbling 2nd; Lisa Atkins, I
Atkins, age 10, daughter of Bars 5th, Vault 4th, Beam 3rd,
Wesley and Pat Atkins; Holly Floor 4th, Tumbling 1st; Mar-
TLons, age 10, daughter of la Perry, Bars 2nd, Vault 5th,


NOTICE OF PUBLICHEARING ON SCHOOL BUDGET .
SUMMARY OF IM34 GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD BUDGET
AND NOTICE OF PU IC HEANG THEREON:
SPursuant of the provisions of Section 237.01, Florida Statutes, the Gulf County
School Board by action approved at its meeting on July 19, 198 adopted a tentative
144. Gulf County School Board Budget, a summary of which t shereinafter set
1 Thb piopoed ad valorem tax nmillage levies are 5.500 for the Operating
Budget, 30 for Debt Service.
he Gulf County School Board shall meet on July25, 1983, at 5:15 P.M., EDST,
pt the School Boaid Meeting Room, Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida,
i far the purpose of a public hearing concerning the aforesaid tentatively adopted
tIeL


SUMMARY OF TENTATIVE BUDGET
OPERATING
i. BUDGET FOR SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS:
A. Est. Fund Balance, 6/30/83, 168,3.70
Heceipts, State and Federal. .. $3,0,703.00 "
Local Funds.... $1,496,016.00 OtherSources ..........5... $ 170,558.25
TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ....... ........ .$5,,540.95
B. PrdponeeEzpenditures:.
1. Instructional Services .................... .. ..... 01.4
S Pu e omel Services ....... ....................... .61
S 3. instrn6tUonaiMediaervces ................................ I,309.17
I &4 Instructlon&CurritulumDevL ....................... .. 63,640,00
5' on. lw o il ff Trab n .g .......... ............... .. ,02.00
&.. 6. Boardof Edncaton ...................................... 9 470.00
7. GeneralAdmudistratl.. ..... .. ............206,407.65
SSchool Administration ..... ............. .............. 30 6.36,
0 F. scal Services -......... .............. ............. 78.509.78
10. CentraServices ... ..................................... 28,440.00
P, .. Trounsportationservice ............. .......... .. 332 .00
Operation Plant ........ ... ............ ......... 50,19 .5
1- 3. Maintenanceof Plant ...... .. ...... ...... .. 246,806.38
14. Community Services... ........ ........... .. .... 47,499.90
TOTAL INSTRUCTION&SUPPORTSERVICES ..... 5,178,543.64
S" GOING TRANSFERS ........... ........ ...... ... 54,797.51
S- RESERVE FOR BENEFITS. ................ .. .. 70,000.00
: RESERVES ... ...... ................ ..... 222,199.80
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TRANSFERS & BALANCES.. 5,55,540.95 ,
L' BUDGET FOR DEBT SERVICE: ,.
A. Eat. Fund Balance, 6/30/83, S343,496M
f Receipts: State $306,206.2, Local $105,561.00
Incoming Transfers 24,797.51
TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BALANCES ...... .. ..... 780,065.06 ]
B. Proposed Expenditures:
S 1. DebtService ...: ...... ... .... ... 373,489.54.
2. Outgoing Transfers ... ..... ..... ... ... .. ... .. 76,606.25
3. Balances ..... ........ .............................. ... 32.969.27
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TRANSFERS & BALANCES 760,065.06
,. BUDGET FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS:
A. Est. Fund Balance, 6/30/83, 126,869.76
Receipts: State $156,072.64, Transfers 5,000.00
TOTALRECEIPTSANDBALANCES .. .......... ... 3 287,942.40
B. Proposed Expenditure i
1. Total Capital Outlay.- ... .. .. ............ $140,061.25
2. Outgoing Transfers ..... ... .. 83,92.00
3. Reserves I ... .. .... ..... ....... ... 63,929.15 7
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TRANSFERS & BALANCES $ 287,942.40
4. BUDGET FOR SPECIAL REVENUE LUNCHROOM
A. Et. Fund Balance, 6/30/83- 2,000.00
Receipts: State $224,766.42, Other $25,000.00
Local 150,176.47
S TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BALANCES- LUNCHROOM ..- $ 401,942.69
BUDGET FOR SPECIAL REVENUE FEDERAL
A. Receipts: Federal 236,316.70
TOTAL RECEIPTSANDBALANCES .. ........ 236,316.70
TOTAL RECEIPTS& BALANCES....... 638,259.59
B. Proposed Expenditures Lunchroom and Federal "
1. Lumchroom ..... ........... ...... .. 397,940.12
2. Federal ......... ..... ... ........ .... ... 236,316.70
3. Reserves ........................... .. 4,002.77 ,
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TRANSFERS & BALANCES S 638,259.59
The Mllage levy required to participate in the Florida Education Finance Pro-
gram s 4.400 mills. This rate Is subject to change based on information forthcoming
from the Florida Departments of Revenue and Education. The proposed discre-
tionary millage levy for current operating purposes Is 1.100 mills, and .330 for Debt
Service. The total proposed millage Is 5.830.
Complete details of each separate part of the school budget summarized above
are on file and are available for public Inspection at the office of County Superinten-
* dent of Schools at the Gulf County Courthouse, Port SL Joe, Florida, and will be
availablee for such public hearing together with all supporting statements and infor-
Snation. All Interested persons are cordially Invited to participate in this public
hearing and discuss the School Program and budget for this County for the ensuing
BOARD OF UBLC INSTRUCTION
1ThF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Y: is/B.WALTER WILDER, SUPERINTENDENT
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FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
S22nd Street Mexico Beach
CHARLES M. PARKER, Minister
WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHURCH SCHOOL ............... 10:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHOIR REHEARSAL(Wednesday) ... 6:00 P.M., C.S.T.



SJ 0 l Une.d ,er a ChLA.C
Constitution and Monument Ave.
S Port St. Joe, Florida
1 \ Rev.Alvin N. Harbour, Pastor
'CHURCH SCHOOL ......... ............ 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ...................... 11:00 A.M.'
S;EVEN'ING WORSHIP ........................ 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL(Wednesday) ........... 7:30P.M.


The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on June 7, 1983 at 9:00 AM in
the Gulf County Courthouse in
Port St. Joe. The following
members were present: Ted
Whitfield, Gene Raffield, Paul
Sewell, Oscar Redd. Board
member Graham was absent.
The Superintendent was also
present.
Chairman Whitfield pre-
sided and the meeting was
opened with prayer by Sewell
and followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance.
The Board presented a
plaque of appreciation to
Causey Griffin, Charlotte
Brown, Jacque Price in recog-
nition of their many years of
devoted service to the Gulf


avis and Marla Perry. Holly
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The week recently that I was
lvi e able to spend in North Florida
over the Fourth of July allowed
Betmilst, Flo6r 1st, Tumbling me to visit with hundreds of
5th; Pam Bowen, Bars .3rd, constituents from a variety of
Vault 2nd, Beam 4th, Floor areas and exchange views on,
2nd, Tumbling 3rd; Anita many national and regional
Davis, Bars 4th, Vault 3rd, issues.
Beam 2nd, Floor 3rd, Tumb- Though it is impossible to.
ling 4th. visit all areas of the vast Secdond
Holly Lyons won the trophy District in so short a time, the'
for Best All Around. recess'provided an opportunity
VThe gymnasts are coached to eet with constituents in
byJennifer Hendrix ard Traci Chiefland, Bonifay, Lake City,
McClain.; Tallahassee, Vernon and Starke
Thelocalprogram is'offered .- just to mention public
every Tuesday night starting appearances.
at 6:00, in the Centennial in Tallahassee I: was also
Building. Any girl between the able to meet with constituents'
ages of three to 15 may come in the Congressional office I
by at that time to sign up for. maintain there for close contact
the class. with the district.
: In Bonifay, I was pleased to
present the Kiwanis Club with
W inn ers a U. S. flag flown especially for
them* over the U.S. Capitol.
S. That-ceremony took place at
Announced the World's Largest All-Night
Gospel Sing sponsored by the
The Knights of Pythias and. Kiwanis Club.
the Dramatic Order Knights In attending several In-
of Omar wish to thank each dependence Day celebrations I
and everyone who donated to was again struck by the en-
its annual Education and thusiastic patriotism demon-,
Charity fund drives. :Their strated by folks in North Florida
motto is "Friendship, Charity, who continue to believe in the
and Benevolence" old-time values on 'which the
Raymond Driesbach, Jr. nation was founded.
was the recipient of the Arkla During office meetings in
Gas Grill purchased from Tallahassee I was able to ex-
Western Auto that was given change views with groups as
away.. diverse as the D.isability
-.Recipients of cash awards Awareness Program and a
given aiway were: Ray Likely, coalition of constituents oppos-
$250.00, First prize, Port St.' ed to the MX Missile System.
Joe; Jerry Rich, $125.00, Se- I have always thoroughly
cond "Prize,,. Indian Pass endorsed programs that help in
Beach; Sandra Graddy,
$75.00, Third Prize, Charlotte, W
N.C.; Dottie Easter, $50.00, i
Fourth Prize, Columbus,
Ohio; Delores Moore; $25.00, '
Fifth Prize, Cincinnati, Ohio;
[da' Dixon, $25.00, Sixth Prize,
Sarasota ..


V.F.W.
o0hn 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.,,
HighlandView. tfc 7/14
There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111 F.&A.M. every
first and third Thursday at
81:00 p.m.
GUERRY MELTON, W.M.
Joe Pippin, Sec. .
The Disabled American Vet-
erans, Port St. Joe Chapter 62,
will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6/4
-The Board of Commission-
ers of the Highland View
Water Department will have
its monthly meeting the first
Tuesday of each month at 7:30
p.m. at the Water Plant. "
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County School System.
On motion by Sewell, second
by Redd, the minutes of May
3, 1983 were unanimously
approved.
The Board held a general
discussion' on adding a Con-
sent Agenda section to the
normal meeting agenda. On
notion by Raffield, second by
Sewell, the Board unanimous-
.ly' approved the use of a
Consent Agenda when appro-
prate.
,On motion by Jledd, second
by Raffield, the Board unani-
mously approved the follow-
iIg Consent Agenda items:
, School Food Service Agree-
.mnt for FY 1983-84: Ap-
proved School Food Service
Agreement for FY 1983-84;


Congressman

Dbn Fu qua

Rr reports

2


iminating' cultural, social,
physical and employment bar-
riers for handicapped individuals
and though great progress has
been made over the past
decade in correcting attitudes
t'Ward handicapped persons
the momentum to eliminate all
these barriers must be con-
tinued.
I respect the opinions+ of
those who oppose the MX. I
feel a frank and open exchange
of views on any subject is a vital
part of our democratic process
aid amn always willing to meet
*with constituents to explain my
position and listen with an open
mind to theirs.
: My support of the MX will
be based on my assessment of
the nation's defense needs, and,
on our negotiating position as
our nation continues arms
limitation talks with the Soviet
Union.
*

I have agreed to sponsor
legislation through which
foreign citrus producers are
receiving an unfair advantage
over domestic producers
through a loophole in our tariff
Citrus is a major cash crop'
in .Florida' and provides
economic' stimulus throughout
the state.
Foreign producers are now
reconstituting concentrate in
Free Trade Zones and shipping
it into the United States as
fresh, natural juice at a tariff rate
much less than that for
concentrate.'


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Approved Roy Baysden be
U fllc instruction employed to teach the Emo-
'-<---tionally Handicapped at Port
St. Joe High School for the
school year 1983-84.
Gateway Educational Corn- Accepted the resignation of
puter Consortium: Approved Sammy Parker as auto me-
a Resolution to participate as chanics instructor, effective
a member of Gateway Educa- May 31, 1983.
tional Computer Consortium Approved Dawn Gresham
for FY 1983-84; and Elizabeth Rice for Annual
Correspondence: The Board contract for the 1983-84 school
reviewed correspondence year.
from the' Special Education Approved Gary Speights for
class at Wewahitchka High continuing contract for the
School in appreciation for the 1983-84 school year pending his
use of a bus and the gasoline receiving a regular teaching
for their field trip to Tampa. certificate.
The Board also reviewed Approved the following per-
correspondence from Wewa- sonnel for the adult school
hitchka Elementary School in program for the 1983-84 school
appreciation for hospitality year: James Gunter, Minnie
shown to the teachers on Likely, Tom Knox, Bill Park-
National Teacher's Day er, Sharon Watson, Billy J.
Summer Agreement with Guilford, Caroline Norton,
Gulf County Guidance Clinic: Frank Barnes, James Faison,
Approved Summer Agree-. Harry Herrmington, Susie Coop-
ment with Gulf County Gui- er, Maxine Gant, Joe Walker,
-dance Clinic. Carl White, Sue Dickens,
Swill Collection: Approved a Betty Holloway, Jo Patterson,
swill contract with .Waltr C. Fletcher Patterson, James
Batson to remove, swill from Rouse, Randell McClain, Roy
all schools for the 1983-84 Carter, Charles Cleckley,
school year; Elaine Layton.
Summer Work Schedule: Approved Janice Gainer be
Approved the work schedule employed temporarily as.a
for summer four-day work custodial worker at Port St.
week in all schools, Joe Elementary School effec-
School Calenda.: 'Amended tive April 4, 1983 for three
the school calendar for the hours per day.
1983-84, school year to include 'Follow-Up Report: The
summer school dates- Board reviewed the follow-up'
S Personnel: Approved the report on 1982 graduates. No
following personnel to teach in action necessary.
tihe summer school pr'ram Master Inservice Plan Up-
at Port St. Joe High ScTol: date: Approved the Master,
Chris Earley PAD; Donald Inservice Plan Update for the
Rich, Junior High Social Stu- 1983-4 school year. Copies are
dies; Alice Machen, English on file in the Superintendent's
and Compensatory; Catherine
Ramsey, Remediation and
Compensatory; Charles Os-
.borne, Science; Hugh Smith,
Math and Remediation; De- i We Nov
borah Crosby, SLD; Wayne
Land, Band and 10 month plus W EIS HT W
two employee; Sarah Rley,- W. I I Ww
.Guidance, seven weeks; Shaw I
Maddox, 12 month plus two .E, i V
employee; Ernest Williams, 2 Fla
seven weeks.
Approved Donna Fittinger (S ft or
for the remainder of the school *
year to teach social studies.
.Approved Jqdy Griffin be
paid contractual pay while
substituting for Cindy Belin. DAIRY -
Approved Bobby Hays, a 218 Monu
student, be employed in bus 218 Monu
maintenance for the 1983-84 i Phone 22
school year. ,This is to be
effective May 23, 1983..














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office.
Comprehensive Health Pro-
gram: Approved the Comprex
- pensive Health Education
Program for the 1983-84 school
year.
Internal Audit Approval:;
Authorized the Superintendent:
to engage Leonard Costinr
Firm for the performance of
an internal audit for all:
schools.
On motion by Sewell, second:
by Redd, the Board unani-
mously approved the transfer
of Tony and Christi Foster:
from Port St. Joe Elementary:
to Highland View Elementary:
School. The Board also ap-"
proved the transfer of Bobby:
Lynn Tipton, Bruce Brake,:
and Charlie Brake from PortL
St. Joe Elementary School to:
Highland View Elementary-,
School. -:
On motion by Sewell, second-
by Redd, the Board unani-'
mously approved the Compre-
hehsive Safety Inspection Re
port from all schools for the,
1983-84 school year. Copies are:
on file in the Superintendent's
office. :
On recommendation of the:
Superintendent, motion by Se-:
well, second by Redd, th6b
Board unanimously approved,;
the following personnel mat-:
ters:
Approved the re-employ-
ment of David Humphreys as
NJROTC instructor at Port St.
Joe High School for the 1983-84
school year on an annual
contract basis;
Accepted the resignation of
Ruby Sanders as payroll clerk'..
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ATTENTION: SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS, CHURCH
LEADERS, CONCERNED CHRISTIANS!
Are you satisfied with your knowledge of the Bible?
Would you like a deeper look into the truths of God's Word?
Enroll now in Faith Bible College's Fall Program. Subjects for the Fall semester Include: Basi Doctrines
of the Christian Faith, Church History, Old Testament Survey, and the Gospel of Mark. Each class will
meet 1% hours, two nights a week for 15 weeks. The tuition will be $60.00 for one subject, and $100.00
for two subjects per semester.
Classes will be held Tuesday and Thursday evenings beginning September 6th at the Faith Christian
School building on 20th Street.
Please mail the following to: Faith Bible College, 601 20th St., Port St. Joe, FL 32456
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.Home.F
E EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAVE" s -
THEIR PERSONAL PHARMACY S PreSerV
There are important reasons why the American
Medical Association suggests that you have one
personal pharmacy from which you obtain all the BY ROY LEE CARTER
medicines and health aids needed by your family. County Extension Director -


prescriptions from more than one Doctor and the
medicines could conflict with each other. We hope that
you will choose us to be the personal pharmacy for
your family.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
pharmacy products. We consider this trust a
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
family pharmacy?"



BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
Free Parking Drive-In Window
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SUNDAY SCHOOL ..............
,MORNING WORSHIP .... . : .
'EVENING WORSHIP. .. ....
WEDNESDAY EVENING .. ....


10:00 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
6:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
2 i ..2


MJ When one pharmacy fills all your prescriptions, the
record file contains all the information needed for the
pharmacist to help protect you. Somepeople are
al alleirwio in to rfain druil'rs, thers may h grptting o


up


Let our classified pages


do the walking for you.


Take off your shoes and relax while you look through the
classified pages of our newspaper. If you want a job, or
someone to fill that job, or want to buy, rent or sell
anything from aardvarks to zeppelins, chances are that
* you'll find whatever you're looking for in our classified
pages. Our classified pages do the walking for you-and
get'results for those who are looking as well as those
who advertise.




The Star


306-308 Williams Ave.


Phone 227-1278


No matter how carefully you
plan your backyard vegetable
garden, everything seems to
ripen at once and there you
are with baskets full of
tomatoes, squash, beans,
sweet corn and other vege-
tables that ripen and are
ready to eat, and on their way
to spoiling unless something is
done to preserve them. Even if
you don't grow vegetables
yourself, yoi-know that sum-
mer is a time of great surplus
at the local grocery store. You
may want to take advantage
of the low prices on summer
fruit and. vegetables and pre-
serve them for use later in the
year. My information for this
article- was provided by the
Extension Home Economics
Department, University of
Florida...
FT Whether you grow your own
i vegetables, or purchase"them
in larger quantities from the
grocery, you need to know
something about Home Food
SPreservation.' Some 'of the
L things that I will talk about
are: Why do we have td
| preserve food? What causes
food to spoil? How can food
Storage methods prevent this
from happening?
SThe main reason for food
* spoilage are micro-orga-
nisms, such as yeast, molds,
and bacteria. The food serves
,as a life support system for
these microbes. Proper pre-
servation. techniques prevent
the growth of these tiny
organisms and therefore keep
the food safe for human
consumption.
Another reason that food
Spoils is due to senescence.
Senescence is an aging pro-
cess whereby the food conti-
nues to respire just as it would
if it was still on the vine. Since
the food can't get oxygen and
nourishment from the plant
any longer it begins to become
soft, wrinkled and dried out.
Preserving food properly will
keep senescence from taking
place.
Several preservation techni-
ques have been designed to
slow down, or -top completely,
these processes of food spoil-
age. They are: Controlling the
food's moisture content, Icon-
trolling the temperature of the
food, and controlling the


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action

food's acid content. The me-
thod used most often is
temperature control. This can
be accomplished in various
ways.
We probably don't think
about it as a form of food
preservation, but. actually,
we're involved in preserving
food every day when we put
food into the refrigerator.
Refrigeration preserves
food for days and sometimes
weeks. It slows down the
growth of bacteria 'and the
process of senescence, even
though it can't completely
eliminate them. For longer
food storage you need more
extreme measures of tem-.
perature control, either high
heat processing or freezing.
Micro-qrganisms are very
sensitive "to changes in tern
perature and are killed at high
heat. Similarly, at very low
temperatures, such as below
zero degrees farenheit, no
microbes can grow. Food
preserved by high heat pro-
cess or freezing can be stored
for a year and sometimes



Minutes

Approved the employment
of Bonnie Harrison as a twelve
month secretary at Wewahit-
chka High School for' the
1983-84 school year;
Approved recommendation
to abolish full-time assistant
principal position at Port St.
Joe High School and appoint
two rincipi&l desigpee' who
will have a reduced teaching
schedule allowing for one-half
of their daily assignment to
assist the principal with ad-
ministrative tasks. The sup-
plement for these two posi-
tions will be $2,000 per year;
Approved an additional
teaching unit at Wewahitchka
High School in the area of.
math.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Sewell, the Board
unanimously approved the
following program matters:
Approved, on a trial, basis,
that Wewahitchka High
School's Baccalaureate and
Graduation be on the same
day with Baccalaureate being
at 8:00 A.M. on Sunday and
then have graduation at 2:00
P.M.; ,.
Approved the purging' of
property records on all items
$200.00 or less;
Approved a Resolution
whereas the Gulf County
School Board supports the
need of an additional nurse be
assigned to the Gulf County
Health Department to meet
the needs of the school system.
On motion by Redd, second
by Sewell, the Board unani-
mously approved the School
Health Service Agreement
with the Gulf County Health
Department for the 1983-84
school year.
The Board reviewed corres-
pondence from Gulf County
Property Appraiser's Office
and on motion by Raffield,
second by Sewell, the Board
unanimously elected Oscar
Redd and Waylon Graham to
serve on the Property Apprai-
sal Adjustment Board for the
1983-84 school year. -
This matter was tabled until
next meeting.
The Board reviewed,: each
cost center's budget. No ac-
tion necessary.
On motion by Sewell, second
by Redd, the Board unani-
mously voted that the bills be
paid.
On motion by Sewell, second
by Redd, the Board unani-
mously approved the follow-
ing items: : ',
Approved to advertise for
bids on carpet to be installed
at Port St. Joe Elementary
and Highland View Elemen-
tary Schools; th
Authorized the Superinten-
dent to advertise for "the
position of payroll clerk .and
approved a, change in 4 the
payroll clerk's job descrip-
tion; -
Accepted the Educational
School Plant Survey, M Tch
1983; /
A Approved the establishment
of The Zola Maddox Memorial
Award to be presented to
students who achieve a ler-
fect attendance record while
attending kindergarten
through the twelfth grade in
the Gulf County School Sy-
Withdrew the name of Paul
Sewell as Gulf County's educa-
tional representative to the


longer.
Another way to preserve
food is to increase its acid
content. This is what happen,
when cabbage turns to sauer
kraut, or cucumbers become
pickles. Even acid foods need
some kind of heat processing
to prevent spoilage by yeast.
and molds, which are some
what acid tolerant. Usually
though, the heat treatment i;
milder because these mic
robes are ;killed at a lowel
temperature than spare
forming bacteria.
The third way to 'preserve
food is to control the moisture
content of the food by dryinj
it. Sun drying is one of th(
oldest forms of food preserve
tion in the world. It prevents
the growth of most microbes
by removing the water that
these microbes need to live'If
also eliminates the process of
senescence.



S(Continued from Page 7)

Job Training Partnership Con
soritim Council and accepted
the Coimunty Commissioner's
recommendation of George
Tapper.
There -being no further
business, the meeting ad
'jurnedto meet again on July
12, 1983 at 5:30 PM.
*.WT"- 1


Sar wasn
Alissa Lindsay Smith cele-
atu brated her first birthday June
Sa, Uy. : 30 with a Circus Party at the
u;d home of her grandparents,
A Car Wash, sponsored by Patty and DeWayne Manuel of
the Pentecostal 'Holiness Wewahitchka. c
Church Youth, will be, held, HelpingAlissa celebrate her
Saturday, July 23 at the birthday were her brother and
vacant lot by City Hall. Hours sister, David and Jacque
vacant lotby City Hal. Hours, 'Smith; both sets of grand-
will be from 10:00 A.M. until ,Smth; bot, sets of grand-
i 1:00 P.M ,parents, John and Myrtice
1:. P Young of Port St. Joe, DeWay-
ne and Patty Manuel of
Wewahitchka, her- great-
grandfather Marvin Pitts of
Eve Wewahitchka; and several
pe n aunts, uncles, cousins, and.
.Openers friends. t -... 'o
Alissa is the daughter of
By Dr. Randy 'and Lydia Smith of
Wesley Grace Wewahitchka.


THE AGING DRIVER
Q. Some senior citizens report.
having difficulty seeing
while driving at night. Does
this mean it's time to stop
driving?
A. As we enter the retirement
? years, it becomes more dif-
ficult to shift from seeing in
light to seeing in darkness.
The pupils of the eyes be-
come smaller, requiring'
more light to see clearly.
The lenses inside the eye
also become less clear. It
becomes more difficult to
shift from near-seeing to
distance-seeing tasks. Side
vision may diminish, or col-
ors may appear dimmer.
Many conditions can be
corrected so that you can
see more clearly. You may
require a stronger pre-
scription than the one you
'use during day. In the
meantime, keep your
glasses absolutely clean,
and avoid frames with wide;
temples (side pieces) that
block side vision.
Choose a car with a clear
(untinted) windshield. It is
preferable to use sun,
glasses for daytime driving
when necessary and get as
muchlight as you can when
you drive at night.:"
Have your eyes examined
more frequently so changes
in your visual acuity can be
uncovered and corrected.
You may be able to drive a
lot longer than you think.,

Presented As A
Public Service by
DR. WESLEY GRACE
OPTOMETRIST
322 Long Avenue
Port St Joe, Florida
227-1410


Are
p at the office-


Applications
Due to a back-up at the picking them up
printing office, St. Marks hunt
applications for the upcoming
season will not be ready to
send out until;the first week in
August. The Refuge encour-
ages hunters to write or call
anytime, however, as an ad-
dreps list is being compiled.
This year there will be a
drawing for two conventional
weapons hunts and one muz-
zleloading gun hunt, as well as
a drawing for a new spring
gobbler hunt. Applications for
the deer hunts must be
received by September 2; F A
gobbler applications -are due TREY
January 31, 1984.
There will be seven hunts 1st Bir
with an unlimited number of .s. ir-
permits: a three-day archery Trey Simmo,
hunt; three-day hog only hunt; his first birthday:
and five three-;day small game at his home in
fiunts..All of these hunts will Thursday, July
require a ,Retuge, permit, He is the son of
which is contained in the. George Simmon
regulations brochure. grandson of M
Applications for permits George Simmon
and hunt regulations may be Joe, and Mr. an
obtained by calling the Re- Nowell of Wewa
fuge: 904-925-6121; writing the .
Refuge: P.O. BOx 68, ; St.
Marks, Florida, 32355; or ,


Delayed
visitor center on Co. Rd. 59,
three miles south of U.S. Hwy
98 at Newport. Office hours
are 8 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday
through Friday.
Dates for hunts are as
follows: Conventional Wea-
pons, Dec. 16, 17, Jan. 6, ;
Muzzleloader, Dec. 2, 3;'
Spring Gobbler, Mar. 24-Apr.
1; Archery, Nov. 18-20;. Speci-,
al Hog Only, Nov. 4-6; Small,
Game, Nov/ 11-13, Nov. 25-27,
Dec. 9-11, Dec. 28-30, ian.
13-15.

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:i First Baptist Church
Port SL Joe, Florila'
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
9:45 .. Bible Study (all ages)
11:00 .. ............ .Worship
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6:30 ..... ChurchTralning
7:30.............. Worship'
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NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..................... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ....... ..... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ...... ;.... ........ 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


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uALISSA.
Cute One


thday
ns celebrated
y with a party
Oak Grove on
7.
f Mr. and Mrs.
s, Jr., and the
[r. and Mrs.
is of Port St.
d Mrs. Robert
ihitchka.

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Robert Harris (P.S.J.), Sean Green (Vernon), Svend
Wilbekin (P.C.), Durey Cadweil (P.S.J.), Douglas Robinson


Social


Security


. Offers Free


Services


(P.S.J.), Tony Holley (P.C.),. Keith Estes (P.C.), Dexter ,
Baxter (P.S.J.), Don Brown (Vernon), and .Coach Steven ,
Dubrequll (GCCC).


Some companies are char-
ging a fee for services the
Panama City Social'uSecurity
office offers free of charge
according to Ann Kinard,.
Field Representative for Gulf
County. '

Such services include pro:-
viding help changing .a per-
son's name. opSocial Security.
records or getting a statement
,of a person's earnings record.
Advertisements also frequent-
ly-refer to having "inside"
information about Social Se7-
curity benefits.
While these offers are not
necessarily illegal, there is no


mpeting In Nat' 1 .Olympics


rt S e lyrs On Team g Gem'eti
<, 1 Port Stl Joe layers On 7n. TZ,, ^ .. ... ....


The Merchant's Amateur
Athletic Union 15 yeais old
r and undesr'Basketball Team
consists or foir lilayers;firom
Port St. Joe, three players
from sanama, City, and two
players from Vernon under
the coaching of Steven Dubre-
quil. .The *AAU Basketball
Team" played. in the State
Tournament in Gdihepville
and dribbled away -with the
State Championship Trophy.
-The winning of the trophy
will send the team to 'the
National AAU Basketball
*. Tournament Jr. Olympics in
South-Bend, Indiana at Notre
Dame on July 27-31. This is
sponsored by Sears.
The team advanced to the
final game in Gainesville by
defeating Lake Region, 81-66;
Gainesville, 95-53; and Jack-
.sonville, 70-66. The final round
,-' was played on June 26th
..against thie.efendingcnhamps,
: Tampa. The Merichants came
away, with a victory, 61-
:* 52. -


The starting five players
scoring averages were as
follows: Durey Cadwell
(P.S.J.), 19.8; Tony Kelley
,(P.C.), 16.5; Don Brown (Ver-
non), 15.5; Douglas Robinson
(P.S.J.), 10.0; and Sean Green
(Vernon), 9.0.
The team will be leaving for
Indiana on Monday, July 25th,
and requests the support of the
community.


Swimming


Lessons
Swimming lessons are being
offered to children ages five
and older. The class begins
July 25 and ends August 12.
There will be a fee of $20.00
per child, and $12.00 for each
additional child in the family.
Call Community Services at
229-6119 between 8:00-5:00,
Monday through Friday, for
more details.


Students from Port St. Joe High School in
Port St. Joe are, getting instruction in all
areas of marching band techniques including
music,' marching, majorette and color guard
instruction and percussion ensemble work.


The camp,-under-the-direction of Dr. John
M. Long; Dean of the College of Arts .and
Sciences and the School of Fine Arts at Troy
State and director of the nationally famous
TSU "Sound of the South" band, is one.of the
largest in the United States and attracts
students and band directors from throughout
a wide area of the South.
The staff of the camp is made up of
well-known college and high school instruc-
tors.


exico Beach Harmon ealt, Angela Daniel Gets B.S.
I "' -Angela Faye Daniel gradu- in Mechanical Engineering at
Corner 14th Street & Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach ated with a bachelor of science the University of Minnesota.
Rt. 3, Box 157A, Port St. Joe, Florida degree in business admini-
.1 stationfrom oorehad VeArbcitmk Biblk]A


MEXICO BE


1-904/648-5767 After Hours:


Corner 22nd St. &Hw y 98 OOxIC00
lot *$55.00000 ,
Corner 12tn St & Any 98- 90'x.90;
loi. $82,500.00.
Waterfront 29th St. 100 xil0'%90
$82,500.00 -
5th St. -r 114.91'x144.88'x119.94,x
10747', lot. $8,050.00.
1.5th St. irregular shaped lot,
$7,900.00., ,
5th. St. I, lir 'gular Enaa o-v t.
$7.900 00
S15th St. Wyaong,,Subd. 80.68'x
1275'115666x 257 5Has septic
tank installed & shallow well. Yard

soddea $20.000 00. ; :
Maryland Blvd. 75'x100' lot.
$8,500.00. x
SMarylanid Blvd. 100'x148' lot.
$8,500.00. -
Corner 7th St. & Georgia-. 75'
x100' lot. $12.000.00.
Arizona Ave. Lots 6. 8. 10. 12. 14"
110'x100'. $7.500.00 ea.
TOWNHOUSES
Sea' Side Townhnuses 2 bdrm,.-. '"
ba. 16 Un.1t each unJt has
microwave 'dishwasher disnrossi
wasner a dryer Caine-3ral ceiings
ceiling plans Fronm & Dack decks a
excel view of the Gulf' $79 500 00
Gulf View Townhousea 2 borm 2 ,
ba Each unit n3i di.nwasner dis
posal, .refrigerator, can. h&a.
Private upper and lower decks.
$79,500.00. Excellent owner financ-
Ing available.
Casa Del Mar Townhouses 2 bdrm.,.
S 1 ba. Completely furnished. Fully
carpeted. Sundeck with super view"
of the Gulf! $75.000.00.
Pier Pointe Townhouses 2 bdrni. 1' .2
ba. Sunkon'ilv. rm w ceiling fan.
Plush! Completely. landscaped!
$75.000.00. '
Coronado Townhouses 2 bdrm.. 1/
be. Stucco w stone columns. Deck
with excel, view of the Gulf.
$84,500.00.
Beacon Manor Townhouses -Unob-
structed view of the gulf! 3 bdrm..
1'/ be. & 2 bdrm., 1'/ be.
townhouses. 4 units left.
$79,5.00, $68,000.00, $65,900.00.
Sand Cliff Villas 3 bdrm.. 2 bea.
Unobstructed view of the gulf. 1870
sq. ft. living space. Extra nice!
$150,000.00.
Doc Side Townhouses 2 bdrm.. 1/2
be. townhomes on the canal. Each-
unit has boat dock on canal. Sun -
deck overlooking canal. $76,500.00.
2 left.
ST. JOE BEACH "
Waterfront Lot Between St. Joe
Beach and St. Joe. 164.4' water-
front x 300' deep. $164,400.00.
Corner DeSoto & Alabama 75'x150'
lot. Already cleared w/ storage
bldg. $12,000.00.


ACH


42nd SI Sandcastle 2 bdrm. 1 ba
Can h&a Furnished. i ncluaes
i washer Owner financing
$67.500 00
39th SI Moonglow 4 bdrm. 2 ba 3
story 3 lols from beacn. Owner,
financing $104.000
34th St Drilling Sands 4 2orms 2',.
ba 3 sloiy Owner financing
S1o1 0(0 00
Circle Di Sandpipes No. I & 2 3
baims. 2 ba Furnlsiheo.bolh have
cen n&a. $79.500 00
.Watertronr Sea Breeze 3 bdrms. 1
ba Stained glass windows.
fireplace, hoti ub with surrounding
deck All Ihe extras' $175.000 00
Arizona Ave 3 Dorms. 2 ba On 2
lots Free standing fireplace
$69,000.00.
Hwy. 98 (near 4th St.),- 3 bdrmn.i 1 ba.
Excel view of the water $74 500.00.
Louisiana Dr NEW' 2 bdrm. 2 ba.
Suspended balcony overlooks liv.
r.n' fireplace $72.50000
Corner Azalea & Palm 3 bdrm 1'/2
ba. On corner lot wilot adjacent
cleared 75'x100 1350 so ft.
$65,900 00
Nan Nook Rd Grand Isle 3 bdrm .1.
full ba Fireplace Also has effici-
ency 'apt w1i bdrm & 1 ba.
-$79,00000. e I .
15th St. 2 bdrms., *1 ba. Completely
:.furnished, on 75,.X.185' lot;
$38,000.00.
Circle Dr. 3 bdrin., 2 be. brick home
on 1/, Iots. ,Partially furnished.
,close to beach $84,500.00.
Hwy. 98 (near 24th St.) -Sandy Hollow
Lg. 3 bdrms., 2 be. Completely fur-
nished, excel. view of the Gulf.
'$65,000.00: .
30th St. 2 bdrm., 1 full ba. Cen. h&a.
Partially furnished. ig screened in
porch. $58,000.00. ,
Corner 8th St & Florida-3bdm..2 ba
Ceiling plans, can vacuum sysalem.
screened patio lenced yd
$68,500.00. .,
Texas Dr. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. Unfinished.
$35,000.
MOBILE HOMES
Arkansas Dr 2 bdrm I oa On 75'x
S 125' lot. CaGen. h&a. $25,000.00.
Maryland Ave. 2 bdrm., 2 be. 12'x70'.
Completely furnished, wooden
patio, $21,500.00.

LOTS ON MEXICO BEACH
Hwy 98 (near 42nd St.) 3206' of
commercial property on the canai
60' on lef side and 275' along the
back are on the canal $155.000 00
. Hwy. 98 (near 24th St. Approx 1 82
acres dl commercial property Sur-
rounded Dy canal 285 x345'
x360'x165' Owne financing
$434,500.00.


(904) 648-5249

Alabama St.. t75'x150' lot. $9,200.00.
.' Oak. St. 75'x150' lot. o.$8.900;00
Owner financing
,OaK St 75'x150' .ol Has septic
tank,nshallow well power pole and
,.- gas nook:up $950000
OaK St 75 x150 lot $6.50000
Coronaao St 75 x 130' lol 8 500 00
Assumanle mortgagee
HOMES ,
Cojrf SI 2 bdrm 1 Da home on 2
olos Lg screened in patio E. Ig
S' stor area. $65,000.00 1.
PIre St Overstreetl 3 borm.. I be
home on 165's270 lot Has 2 car
garage and Ig. utility rm
$47,000.00. :
Corner DeSoto & Alabama NEWI
.2 bdrmn, .1I ba nome on ig Iol
: Study cari be ex barm $5950000
PORT ST. JOE
Monument Ave. ., Exta nicely 3 bdrm.,
3/ bea. Marble fireptace'In 22'x20'
liv. rm. Wet 'bar, sprinkler system.
$133.900,00, ,
Victoria Ave: Highland View. 3
Si bea. home on'2 lots. 1 pboc,. oil
Hwy. 98. $29,800.00. ,
Duvall St... Oak Grove 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
On Ig. lot $37 200 00
CAPE SAN BLAS
'Waterfront lot Iqdlan Pass Beach
115' on the Gulf of Mexico x 358'
deep. $60,000.00.
OVERSTREET LOTS
3 7/10 Acres 200' on canal. 200" on
Canal St. $30.000.00. Owner finan-.
Scing.
10 Acres on Daniels Rd.$3.500.00; per
acre. Owner financing.
20 Acres just before curve on Dan.
leis Rd. $44,000.00. Owner finan-
cing. .
85+ Acres .-on Intercoastal Water-
way just east of floating bridge.
$4.950.00 per. acre.-Owner financ-
ing. .
185 Acres on East Bay. $3.300.)00 per
acre. Owner financing.
60 Acres on Intercoastsl Waterway
Price and terms negotiable
61'/ Acres on Overstreet Rd. approx.
4 miles out. $5.000.00 per acre.
Sold in 2 acre plots only. Owner
financing.
2.59 acres on Palmetto Dr. Property
has been cleared. has septic tank.
well, power pole & store. shed.
$22.500.00.: Owner financing.
WEWAHITCHKA
Main St. Commercial lot. Back on
Lake Alice. $33,000.00. Owner
.financing.
1 Five Acre Tract Griffin Subdivi-
sion $16.500.00. Owner financing.
1 Six Acre- Tract Griffin Subdivi-
sion $18 700.00 Owner financing.


State University, Moorehead,
Minnesota on May 20. Angie,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs
James W. Harper began her
school career at Mrs. Brown's
kindergarten in Port St. Joe.

She is the'granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Harper of
Wewahitchka, Mrs. Mary
Lawley of Ft. Walton Beach,
and Mr. Vernon Byrd of-
Macon, Georgia. All the
grandparents are former resi-
dents of Port St. Joe. Angie
and husband Kevin moved to
Minneapolis in June where
Kevin will continue his studies


V aCaL UIl1 IIUIII

School Slated At

I st Methodist
First 'United Methodist
Church, Constitution and Mo-
nument, will be having Vaca-
tion Bible School, July 25-29,
9:30-11:30 A.M.
The theme for this year's
school will be "Ways Bible
People Lived." Classes will be
held for children ages kinder-
garten and first through six
grades. Everyone is welcome
to attend! '


THE STAR, Port St. Jpe. Fi. THURSDAY, JULY 21. 1983


need to pay for these services.
Social Security offices provide
their services FREE .of,
charge. .: 1
It's always better' to deal
directly with the Social Secu-
rity office. Clearly, the best
"inside" information is avail-


able at the Social Security
office. ..
If a person chooses to use a
private company's services,
the person should know that
his' or. her Social Security
record is still confidential.,
These firms do not have any


special access to Social Se-
curity records.
For more information about
Social Security, contact the
Panama City Social Security
office at 30 West Government
Street. The telephone number
is 769-4871.


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ERA@ PARKER REALTY, Retor

'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)


-- OCREEKWOOD

I" ,' -. ." ." A beautiful Wetappo
S. .. ... Creek development
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-$12,500
$500 down, $172.17 month


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$7,500
$100 down, $107.71 month


Paved streets
Underground
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'2 Acre or more lots

Plan approval re-
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Street lights
Paved boat ramps






648-5777


G, .ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY -
9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 P. O: Bx 1332
721. .MEXICO BEACH, FL32410 |
-A1ui IIREAL ESTATE SALES BEACH RENTALS REAL

Rent.... ls *t After Hours: 648.-877
::648-5011 Sales 648;5716 Rentals Aftr 648-8939
t 1/800-874-5299 tou ofi state)
MEXICO BEACH ST. JOE BEACH WEWAHITCHKA
Carolina St.. 2 bdrm. I ba trailer, ",.' Hwy 98 & Pindea great gull view 2 STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES
$24.000 d,,. bd. lba $78.000. tracts on the Creek;, only 1
--- -*down; beautiful land w oak 're
7lh Sl. 3 bdrm 2 oa doubleide,- Americus Ave, 3 ba. 2 be nice, rolling hills .
S50.000 $45000. _____
50.000 $4-, Restaurant, well established
351h SI. 2 bdim. 1 ba beachslde Fla. Ave.:, 3 bd. 2 ba. on 3 lots, local clientele. Near coast -
house.60.000. $000.52900. ______ Ing, fishing area, good cash
-Azalea & Palm. 3 bdrm 1% be. DeSolo St. 2 bd., 1 ba. $43,00. owner financing available, hoi
: 60.000 c. eluded. $135,000OC
386A, 2 bdrm. 1 Da on big lot, BEACON HILL 30 Acres near the Citylimits id
S 138000 ___ .,Hwy. 98 & gulf frOnt, A-frame, 3 bd. 2- development.
t. 6h St 3 bdrm. 2 be brick home. 4 ba $150.000 "."", .
S ts old $68.500 :, Hwy. 98 8 beacon light, 2 bd., 2 be. BEACHFRONT LOT
Fortner Ave., 2 bdrm., I ba. trailer, $45,000. __ St. Joe Beach Atlantic SI
6S 000. d4.0"" i___ :., 3rd St., 3 bd. 1ba. $36,000. $59,000.
S 61thSt 3 bdrm 2 be nouae, reduced w 9o-8th St. Mexico Bea
9000 OVERSTREET gulf front $68.00;. 60' guif
27,t St. 2 odrm.. Ibe. $43.000 -' '.o s$64.000 .. .
s .0 -, Canal St., 2 bde. 1 be. on 1.acre, 6 .
34th St. 4 borm. 2 be. tilt house.. $25000 Mexico Beach, 29th St., $83.00
* :. $104.000 .' -- ~ -'
10,000 -- -- Pine St. 3 bd. 1 be. brick home, TOWNHOUSES
39th St., 4 bdrm., 2/a ba. still house, 45000 TOWN OUSE
$104,000. Gulf Aire Subd., 3 bd., 2 ba. i
42nd St;; 2 bdrm.,1 ba. brick house, PORT ST. JOE with study. Special features. $1
$62,000 w good owner financing 10% Beachfront Gulf Aire Townho
down; bal. 20 yrs. 13 interest. N ew Usting 1604 Garrison Ave., x- Beachfront Gulf Aire Townho$86,500
Ira nice 2 bd., 1 be. house, $33,500. be. 2 habe. starting at $86,500.
Circle Dr East. 3 drm,' 2 b. brick N 28th St., Blue Water, 2 bd. 1
home. 579 000 New LIsting: 1301 Constitution Dr. -4 28th St. Be Water, 2 bd. 1
Circe Dr 3 rm. 2 be. brick b., 3 be.; many nice features, must "$,900,
hole $79,000., 3 basm., 2 ba. brick see to appreciate, $115,000. 42nd St., Gulf View 2 bd. 2
510 8th St., 3 bd. ba. $45,000. (good owner in. 10%down). $
Nan Nook Rd., 3 bdrm., 1 ba. brick Beachfront & 9th St., Dolphin
V. nome wiln aw. only $80,000, 103 Yaupbn, 3 bd. 2 be. 1 yr. old brick e
nome n a only 80000. ome,$59,500 bd. 2V. ba., $82,000; 3 bd. 2
Circle Dr., 3"bdrm. 2 ba, near new ome, $59$92,000.
brick home.-$85,000. 9h St., 4 bd. 2 ba. $30,000. 41st St. Sndcastle, 2 bd., 1
S Gulf front & 19th St.; 3 bdrm.. 2 ba. 516 9th St. 4 bd. 1 ba. $23,000. $59.500 furnished.
$115,000 w $50.000 down 13% int. 30 104 yaupon, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. $65,000. Hwy. 98 & 11th St. Casa Del Ma
years _....... 706 Woodward Ave., 4 bdrm. 2 ba., 1% ba. $75,000.
Grand Isle. 3 bdrm.,, 1 ba. w garage, $22,500. 32nd St. Warren James, 2 bd. 1
:only $50.000: ?" .' 1610 Long Ave., 4 bdrm., 2 be. $69,500, furnished.
Arizona Ave.. 3 bdrm. 2,ba. only 21/ $29,000. 14th St., Seaside, 2 bd. 1'
yrs, old. $78.000/. 619 Marvin Ave., 3 bd. 1 'h ba. $33,400. $79,500.
Georgia Ave.. bdrm.. 1 bea. trailer. 1306 Long Ave. 2 bd. 1 be. $30,000. 37th St. Pier Pointe 2 bd. 1
only.S29.000. 7,0,
30th St bchde. 2 bdrm. 1 b. Long Ave. duplex, 2 bd. 1 be. & 3 bd. 1 75,000.
30th St. beachside. 2 bdrm.. ba duplex. $45,000, with good owner St. Joseph Shores, Casa De
house, $53.500_ financing. townhouses, 2 bd. 1 / be. 3e
35th St. &,Hwy. 98 beachside. 2 bd. 1 515 8th St. 3 bd 1 ba$25,000. Case Del Mar Villas 2 bd.
*-:9 behouae. $55,000.0$45,000,
Sba. housse $55,000 1912 Juniper Ave. 3 bd. 1'/ ba.
Circle Dr.. duplex. beachslde, $89.500. $44;000. __11,.ii AG ir. ra pe
w $20.000 down & owner financing, Gulf Aire pe,
S r 2105 Palm Blvd., 3 bd. 2 be. lovely b. 2 br.
23rd St. & Hwy. 98. 3 bd.. 2 ba, great brick home $69,000.
gulf view. $68.000,
11th St. & Hwy. 98. triplex, great in. LOTS CA fser tef r InfL. on arewag
vestment is 3 bdrm., I be. unit and
two 2 bdrn.. 1 be.units., $150 000 w 2 lots, Palm Blvd., $19,000. Itt d as $300.
great owner financing. ,L RNTALS ts I St heBs a w l l$1,9
4th St. & alley. $35.500. I bd. 1 ba. RENTALS 12% tl.se S .
29th St. duplex, 2 bd. Ibe.each side. Monthly rentals available now. Call Lar iectrlef oCaiNrIperty,Wl
$65.000 for Information... le ak & Bona 111e1.
Caal freit property avtaeb N
29th St. duplex, I bd. I bea. each side. WARD RIDGE wr _____. "
: $45.000. .--
28th St. duplex. 2 bd. 1bea. each side. 205 Tapper Dr., 3 bd. 1 % be. $36,000.
$55 000.
m. f3rom M exIco-Beach. 3 bd.. 2 be. HOWARD CREEK OPEN HOUSE
big house on 10 acres. $72,000. 2 lots, 2 bd. 1 ba. trailer, $8,700.00. SAT. & SUN.
GULF AIRE Squirrel Ave., 1 acre, 2 bd. 1 ba. 1-5 CSt
GULF AIRE mobile home, 3 wells, $23,500.00.
We also havs lots still available in Deer Ave. Ig. 7 bd. 2 be. $38,000.00. Gulf Aire Townhomes (
Gulf Aire with 11i /.% fihan. Paved Owner financing: Alre Beach)
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Corner Coronado St. & Hwy. 98, St. Joe Beach

Sea Side Townhouses Gulf View Townhouses
Corner 14th St. .. 42nd Street
& Hwy. 98. Mexico Beach
Mexico Beach

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MINUTE MAID LEMONADE .311.00
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla..


THURSDAY,


JULY 21. 1983


PAGE ELEVEN


REA ESAT
FORSAL


Real-nice lot on Coronado St.,,
financing a ailable. Call
648-994. or 648-5351 after '5
o'clock. 2tc 7/21
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
Friday afternoon or Saturday.
Call 904/4824884. ltc 7/21'
2 bedroom, 1 bath house for
sale, on corner lot in Oak
, Grove. For more information,
caf229-898; ,, U 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 785-423 for more
information or write to: Mrs.
W. I. Eddins, 1515 DeGama
Avenue, Panama City, FL
32405. 4tp7/14'
Place for-sell: Large mobile
home on large lot, Joe Avenue,
White City. Call 227-1701 or
229-6547. 3tp 7/7
75'x175' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc 7-15


ERA PARKER REALTY ,Realtor


HIGHWAY 98 & 31st ST.
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA


648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073
(Outside Florida) ,

1-800-342-6692 (Inside Florida)


* Sales & Rentals ? Real Estate Specialists for Over 30 Years
"Call Us About-These Listings, As Well As A Large Inventory of Beach Lots,
Wetappo Cieek property, Rentals, & Mini-Storage Sales or Rentals.


BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
..1,oven Profit Earner serving Port
ft :.o ,and beaches ,pa..1i%
tT-noderly equipped restaurant .
eat-in or carry out faciities.
Located on Hwy. 98, Porl St. Joe.
Small Investment will give Im-
madlats possesalon of opbrting
business. Consists of beer bar,
pool table, pizza and snacks.
SEquipment and Inventory includ-
ed. Great In town location. Call
for details.


MEXICO BEACH

Grand Isle 3 berm., 2 be. new cedar
home, can h&a, wallpaper, carpel.
vinyl, Iront & back aecks. washer &
dryer hook-up plus single car garage.
$55.800 As Is.
Grand Isle 3 bdrm., 2 ba new cedar
home w dbl garage, deck on front &
back, can. h&a. carpet & vinyl. walk-in
closets As is $79,500, or completely
finished wirange. dishwasher, gar
bage disposal & Ilght fixtures
'89,500.. :.
Corner 26th :St..:& Hwy. 98, Two, 1
bdrm.' apts. One upstairs has Ig.
sundeck, downstairs Ig., screened
porch Appliances Included. Has ex-
cel. rental history. $75,000. Owner
financing. ..._ '_
Water Dr., 3 bdrm., 2 be. on canal w
Ig boat dock. Includes stove & relrig .
has can h&a. 574.500. $20.000 down,
owner financing.
2nd SI, 3 baim.. 2 ba. double-wide.
mobile home on 1 ', lots of beautiful
grassed lawn, fireplace w/marble
hearth, front & back oeck & cement
drive $55.000.,,
4 bdrm. 2 ba. stucco 2 story house,
on 50'x122' lol, d w. stove, ceiling
fans. many extras. Sea St. $69,000 00
3 bdrm.. 2 bae. brick on nice corner lot,
Ig screen porch, garage, vacuum
system, cen h&a, carpel & more Fla..
Ave. & 81h St $68.50000
MOBILE HOME on commercial lot,
across from Chamber of Commerce
on 31st St. 2 bdrm, 1 ba., new
carpeting & roof. $30.00000. '
'Corner Virginia & Fla. Ave.: -New,
modular w/brick; 3 bdrm., 2, b.a,"
-fireplace, screen porch, fence:
75'x142.5 lot. $55.000.00 Terms.
Tenn Ave--3 bdrm, 3. ba., pool,
fireplace, jenn alre range & grill,
*many extras. Financing, available.
$o0oo. ___.
'Corner 6th & Fla. Double-wide on 1V/i
lots, 2 yrs. old. 3'bdrm., 2 ba., in-
c ludes appliances. $48,000.
Corner, Palm & Azalea St. Nice 3
bdrm., 2 ba., brick & stucco. includes
appliances & stor. house, fenced yd.
$59,500. Adjoining lot available.
Virginia Ave.-2 story, 1 Ig. bdrm.,
screen porch, downstairs unfinished,
has wiring & plumbing, $45,000..
Hwy 386-A-Poublewide mobile
home, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. on '1.05 acres.
Good terms. $49,900.
7th St.-1981 doublewid. mobile
homebrick foundation, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
$50,000. _
'29th St. at Hwy. 98 -.2 newly con-
structed, stilted 4 bdrm., 2 be. beach-
Shouses. Unfurnished $79,000. Fur-
nished $84,500. .
'Hwy. 386A-2 bdrm., stilt house on
75'x185' lot. Furnished, $38,000.
.Arizona Dr.-Stone & cedar, 3 bdrm.,
,2 ba., cathedral calling, skylights,
'fireplace. many extras Owner must
. move Reduced. $76,000. .


Fortner Ave.-2 bdrm., Ig screen TOWNHOUSES
porch, fireplace, carpel, storage bldg
$37,250 00 _____ Pier Pointe Townhouses. 2 bdim.. 1 ',I
41h St.-2 bdrm, I ba. on 75X112' bea. Ig garden tub in lulf balh. 2
shaded lot $386,00. Assumable r or--8 I. res decks. ceoar sidig. custom .
Igage r, I. 'IJting, ,"ange. dishwasher and ..
Beachside ot Hwy on 34th ash'm Hunter calling lan, pull
Quadraplex each unit nas 3 bdrm 2 down Stairs o .cypress oard-
be. $53.000 00 ea walks & more. $73.500
12th S-2 bdrm.ba cath calling, Unobstructed beach view. luxurious 3
1, furnised. $45l000 Dcam. 3 ba Iownhouses w12 car
garage op bluff overlooking beach
Beachside 42nd St -2 bdrm. I ba. 1,800 sq.-ft. cen. h&a, all appliances,
furnished, $63,500.00, financing avail. $150,000. '
Beachslide Circle Dr -3 bdrm. 2 ba Beachside canal Irom townhouse W-2
w/glassed porch, lurmisned $79.000 bdrm, 2'. ba, cen h&a, ail ap-
Financing available. pliances," boat sliD for each unit.
Hwy. 98 & 24th Sl.-2td lot from $75,800. ______,
beach, cb with flreplace.3 bdrm.. 2 200' fom Gulf 2 boam. 2'/ Iba units.
ba. $68:000 '" Kil. & bath w/European style
Beachside Circle Dr -3 bdrm. 2 ba. cabinetry 2 decks, cen h&a.'caxpet &
brick-home. includes all appliances, .; appilencee Included. $79,500 Owner
fireplace, fyrrmished. only 3 yrs. old "' financing with 2566 down
S 84.000. Financing available 38th SI Phase IV Tour.houses nuill
Beachside 43ra St -3 bdrmm, 2 l.a. w by James Tyson Co Two & 3 borm
place Jo build boal dock on canal units available, 2nd from each
Leading to Gull Owner financing with $67.900 or $72.500
Ya down & balance at 106. $69,600 Coronado Townnouses overlook Gulf
Grand Isle-3 Ddrm. I ba. nice Drick on SI Joe Beacn 2bdrm. I', ba Ap
house wiefticlency apt. adjoining on pllances ceiling fan. Custom cabs.
i 2 nice lots $79,000' private balcony patllo Carl us Io
see $85,000
26th St -3 Dorm. 2 ba. 2 story
house. lot size 75'x100 '46 000 WaterlronI luxury townhouses Two
Grand isle Subd -3 bdrmlbs. with "& 3 barm. 2'. be units on 37th St.
grapevines & shade rees, heal pumi, Comnletely furnished ready to live or
gapenes shade liees, heal pu vacation in Elec kitchen
S':' wiaishwasher. garb dlisp. washed &
Beachside 34th St 4 odim. Stilt dryer, Jenn.are grill, 2 sundecks,
house with great gull view, $104.000 off master bdrm... & 1 off livy. rm.
Beachslde "CIrcle Dr. brick duplex'..,:-$105,000 & $ 115,000.
.with 2 bdrm, 1 'ba each side New'2 ,'bdrm.,r 1'/ ba., cedar
'Comp. furnished, cen h&a. $36,206 townhouse, with furniture & ap.
mortg. at 9/4%. $85,000 places Included. Upstairs has sun
T: O. deck, outside snower'w hot & cold
ST. JOE BEACH wate, $69.500 _
3,bdrm., 2 be. home w/pool. 6' privacy "Corner 14th St. & Hwy. 98, Seaside
lence & many other exiras. on 2 lots Townhouses. 2 bdrm.,, 1 ba.,
You must see' Owner financing wi sunken llv. rm.,' refrilg. dishwasher
$20.000 down. $78.500 washer/dryer, ceiling plans.
microwave. can b&a/c carpel, prie- '
Coronado SI. 1, blocks to Deach. 4 construction price. 569.50000 Finan-.,
bdrm. 1 ba house wiutility im. & cing available.
front screened porch Also Includes 1 UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW from 2nd
borm. I ba apl t ilurnishings Ex- VIE from
cellent rental. 541 900 from beach site of cedar and stucco
,c renta. $41 9 ':- towlihouses with 1,120sq. ft. of living
Columbus 1 St., m, block o bech. 3. area. Studio & bdrm., with cathedral
bdrm., ,1l ba. home, noock w/brick ceillngsa 1 ba., all appliances. 29th
veneer, appliances workshop Frmi. St. $70,000.00.q,
ly rm wlbuill-in bookcase & panelling .
8.o000 'WEWAHITCHKA


OVERSTREET
Perfect retirement home 3 bdrm.
brick home on 85 acres, reduced to
sell. $45,000.00. Owner anxious. must
move. Submit offers.
Almost new mobile home. 2 bdrm., 1
ba on over acre. turn 24' well,
deck. Land is cleared & has 18"
regulation culvert & driveway,'
$24,000. N. Long St ."
BEACON HILL
3rd St: & 3rd Ave.-Duplex, 1 bdrm.', 1
be. ca. or 2 bdrm., 2 ba. home.
$26,500. Good financing..
3rd St. & 4th Ave.-3 bdrm., 1 ba.,
fireplace, fence, $38,000.
LOTS FOR RENT
2 lots ready for mobile
home, have septic tank,
water & power hookup.
Georgia Ave., Mexico
Beach.
PORT ST. JOE
Comfortable 3 bdrm. home on 1'/2
lots, has fireplace, ceiling fans, 3 yr.
old roof & more. Family neighbor-
hood. Yard fenced on 3 sides, shade
trees. 512 8th St. $32,000.
Tapper Ave. & Saunders Circle; new 3
bdfrm., 2 ba.: home w/cedar siding,
double garage & heat pump. On '%/
acre. $68,000.


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


Transfer Landing Ra Almost an acre,
close to Chipola River a barm. 2 Da.
unlurn double wide Enough room to
add several trailers tor income
$23,500. -,
5 acre tract, with mobile home, in-
cludes nice barn & store. bldg., land's
prepared for garden. $24,500. :Near'
Wewahitchka.
Hwy. 71 (Dalkelit), 3 bdrm., 1 ba., ap.
prox. 1 acre, $18,000.
KINARD
3 bdrm., 1 ba. frame home w/front and
back deck, 2 wells, fireplace & sits on
6.36 acres. $28,500.
WHITE CITY
2 houses and c.b. stor. bldg. '/a mile
from Intracoastal. $64,000.
Brick home on 252'x125' lot, $35.000.
Frame house on 100'xl25' lot,
$18.000.
Store on 102'x125' lot. $25.000.
INDIAN PASS
Gulf & lagoon frontage, approx. 3.53
acres on SR 30-B, near Indian Pass.
Property runs from lagoon to gulf & Is
divided by hwy., Includes older house
& furnishings. Call for details.


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


12'.Cruise bateau, galvaniz. Hugh Moving & Garage
ed Dry Dock trailer, 1977 20 Sale: Fri. and Sat; Bicycles,
h.p. Mercury, $900. Call table & chairs, lots of goodies.
229-6432 or 229-6531. If you miss this, don't blame
1980 Honda 200 Twinstar me. 50416thSt
motorcycle, 1,900 miles, wind- Yard Sale: Sat., July 23.
shield & 2 helmets included. In Baby items, toys, car seat,
good condition, $750. One sofa lots of clothes, furniture and
and matching chair, in good much more. 3 families. 5119th
cond., $100. For more informa- St., 8:00 till 12:00.,
tion, call 229-8919. Itp Moving Sale: 445 2nd Ave.,
Boat motor, like new, 198240 Highland View. Friday and
h.p. Mariner. 229-8961. i Sat., 9 to 5. Some furniture,
2tc7/21 children's clothes, odds and
,L ends. Smallrecord player.
Sacrifice: Brand new couch ends. Small record player.
and chair, $150. Call 648-5354.
15' fiber glass boat, 1974 20
h.p. Mercury motor, excel.
cond..$700 firm. Call 229-8793. i
"tp7/2.i For Rent: Unfurnished
W ahi n ahin.e, ..i house in White city. 3 bdrm., 1
Washing machine, sofa, bath large lv. room & dining
t ec. a snd .. w room. Call after 4:30,229-6825.
weight bench and weights, De osit puired. 4tpn7/21
Call 2294246. Itp 7/21 p"- t req.... 7/21
15' Tide Craft and trailer 3 bdrm. furnished trailer,
$650 for both, excel. on .er,, with cen. heat & air, 2 full
new$650 for b25 h.p. excel condo. 1983 baths and washing machine.
new 25 h.p. Mercury never us-, $50 per week Must pay
ed. Call 639481, can be see dee& i gn lease agr.ae
at Douglas Landing.an.deposi ,, ..,ot _167/
Trading Post. t 7/21 ent.Call229-6193. t7/14
Westinghouse refrigerator Travel trailers for rent
'14 cu. ft., $450; brown gas day,, week or month f2 day
stove, $250; or $600 for both, minimum). Rustic Sands
brand new. Call 6484304 after Campgrounds,15th St., Mex-
5 p.m., or 227-1171, ext. 315, ico Beach. -45229. tfc7/7
between 8 & 5. No need for wet :carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Boat, motor and trailer,. Use rooms right away. Rent
$1,500.Call 648-5306. tfc7/14 machine. St. Joe Furniture.
20' travel trailer. Call, 227-1251.
229-8395. 3tp7/7, Room for Rent: by day,


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



TOMATOES
YQu Pick .
Greensboro, FL
1-44U2214

4tc6/30.



Roy V. Smith
MARINE WORK
91 Water St.
Apalachicola, FL
SELLING OUT
Sat., July 3, 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






Wanted: Students, house-
wives, anyone, that can use
extra income. Routes opened,
in all parts of Port St.Joe. Call
Mr. Cox at 229-8019.
Security guard position
available. Call 229-6154 bet-
ween 12 and 3 p.m. or call
Panama City, 904/769-0723.
S ifc7/14
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.
S4tc7/14


week, month. Air cond., TV:
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc7-l
SKI BREEZE
Camping, mobile home, 2
bdrm. apt. and campers for
rent, da, week or month dOn
the gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee' Schlickman.,
Res-229-6105. ,fc 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.

AUTO.


1975 Ford LTD, 4 dr., air
cond., power brakes, power
steering, am radio & good
tires, $1,000. Call 648-5246.
1964 Chevrolet stepside,
8,500 miles on engine, $495.
Cal 229-6055. tfc7/14

SEVIE


EXCELLENT
" u's/' 1%


Conrad's Lawn Service,
paint, and trim, and light
carpentry work. Cheap. Call
229-8901 or 229-6580 anytime.
tfc 7/7
Child care in beaches area,
drop-ins welcome. Call
6484432, : 4t6/30
SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe


Will do babysitting,
housework or stay with the
elderly. Call Eliz. Thompson
at 2294933. 2tp7/14
Need someone to help with
spring cleaning :or regular
domestic employment? Call:
Gloria Bryant 29-8085; Sarah
Smith 229-8130; Ida Peterson
2294130, Renell Thomas 229-
6229, Angela Brackin 227-1555,
Janic Morris 2294206, Debra
Bailey 229-6313, Ola L.
Thomas 229-8949, Pearl Win-
field' 229-8949, Antoniette
Lenox 22946980, 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.,- 6p.m
Self service or drop-off
.. ... ,: fC tf 7/7 '


COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8099
tfc 7/7.



BETTY'S BEAUTY ALONE
(Formerly Idle Hour)
Betty Heath/Owner
-n Genie.Qox,.Stys
Mae Will mhs, Styist


CARPENTRY CONCRETE
S18 Yrs.,Experience
Jra J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235-,
tf 6-54
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
tfic 7/7-
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-'
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours).


New on the Marketl 2 bdrm, 2 ba. mobile nome In excel cond Located on 1
acre ol landd, all landscaped and 1 block from Intracoastal Waterway A'
good starter/retirement home at only $21,000. ,
House and land at Indian Pass Beach stretching from' Laroorto Gulf. Only
S, $135,000 for bay and gulf front property .
Executive home on Ig. lot w 3000-i sq. ft. pfheated living space. Four
bdrm.,,3 be., formal IIv. rm., fla.'rm., fireplacqjn beautiful, neighborhood. By
appt. only.
REDUCEDI OWNER ANXIOUS. Three bdrm., 1 ba. masonry home In good
repair: Was $33,500, now $31 5 "
Two bdrm., 1 be. on Ig. lot, chain-link fenced. A good Investment for rental
' property at only $29,500.00. .
Three bdrm., 1% ba. brick veneer In good neighborhood. Existing assum-
able V.A. mtg. at 9%z%, and owner will lake 2nd mtg'w reasonable down
payment. By appointment only. .
SFacing the bay, 107 Hwy. 98, Highland View. 'l, bdrm., 1 ba.w2 Fi. por-
ches, 'cn. h&a, located on 2 Ig. lots enclosed chain link fence, under-
ground sprinkler system,, and 2 car garage. 539,000.00 w s20.00000
assaumable mtg. at:g%. .
Two bdrm., 1 ba. home on corrier lot In Oak GrQve. $25,500.00.
LOTS.
50'x146' lot w great gulf view & access Good site for duplex. Only
$13,00000 *
Large lots on Cape San Bias starting at $10,000 to $25,000 and owner finan-
cing. Only 25% down. 10 years, 12-.A.L : .
Walertronitand waterview lotsa at IndnPasslfrom S15,000.00 to $39,000.00.
With just 10% down, owner will linance.for 15 years at 10% APR.
COMMERCIAL AND INVESTMENT PROPERTY
25 acres bordered by clear creek w existing lodge & swimming pool only Vi
mile from 1-10 exit in Marianna Excel. site for campground and/or mobile
Some park $170,000.
140 acres with creek & 2 ponds, virgin forest, bordering Hwy. 73 just south
Sof Marianna. Only 51,000.00 per acre with owner financing available

Hannon Insurance & Real Estate Agency
S221 Reid Ave. 227-1133 Port St Joe
Roy Smith, Asediate
Marglyn Wodtlmi Anocdate 648-8231


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Hair Styling for...
MEN and WOMEN
Shaping Blow Drying
Chemical Control
Wet Sets
.Frostinga *Tinting Sears Catalog Sal
Bleaching ars Catalog Sl
Tes. Sat. 2 7 11I51
WALK-INS WELCOMED 227 151
229-6201
402 3rd St. Port St. Joe Leon Pollock, Owner
Stfci2 14 410 Reid Avenue


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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 '2294803
Machinist on Duty All Day
: Every Day 12/83
FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPER
St. Joseph Bay Flowers ::7
&Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343 -
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 2294964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner.
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T;Th, F, S:
9:00-12:00 Wed. ;7
tfc 7/7:


Accounting& -
Income Tax
S 20 Reid Ave.
Ph. 229-8536 f-
HOURS: Monday- Sat.,-:
8 a.m. -55 p.m.
S(Open during noon hour)
Open after 5 p.m. by appt. :
Waunea Brewer Pat Hohmus:
Owner Asssla:'
(Used to be at 116 Monument)
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The Sewing Room n n*
Going Fishing'
4S10 A Reid Ave nue Stop here first
p f .'Port St.Joe, Florida O4, for a complete
S line of
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"
'. "Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
A 91. U A 1 306 Reid Avenue
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for Crafts m
Now Available at AFGHANS

The Star *CROCHETED
S306 Williams Ave. FROM
FRESH BRE


Tired of Roof;Water? Magellan St
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RAIN-DRAIN
We Install Quality
Rain Gutters
648-5304
Commercial & Residential
Free Estimates
:ffe 6/30


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


Mexico Beach
648-8435
"TOTAL CHILD CARE"


: Due to the demand for child care in the beaches area,
X The Learning Center has moved to Mexico Beach. For
total child care, call
GLENDA WHITFIELD -6484435
DROP-INS WELCOMED
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lade by Gulf County Senior Citbrens
CERAMICS
PIECES & MUCH MORE
OUR BAKE- HOP
;AD, CAKES, CINNAMON ROLLS &
PIES BY.ORDER '
648-5258 St. Joe Beach


"REEVES FURNITURE &A

REFINISHING SHOPPE
Phone 229-6374

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




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

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


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"I think it was something I ate." .



kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


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PAINTING
Spray or Brush
by
Blalock Construction Co.
229-8924
A4tp 7/14


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


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221-1689

P.O. BOX 456
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ablerIte Rib-eye Steak ...........
ho ton ButtPork Roast ..........
Sle -Pork Steak ...............
e *le Frfer Legs or Drumsticks ..
n si .C Bacon ..................
hAireakfast Link Pork Sausage .....
ali rte Sliced Cooked Ham ........
lokid Turkey Ham ...............
orIIicy Jumbos .................


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12 z. '1.28
20 oL '2.19
10 o. '1.99
Lb. $1.48
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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
USDA FOOD STAMPS WELCOMED
WE'SELL ONLY THE FRESHEST
PRODUCE & FINEST MEATS


DOUBTB

DISCOUI

SPECIAL


SHARP SOLAR
POWERED
WALLET SIZE
CALCULATOR


ONLY
6"


EXTENSION WALL
MOUNTABLE ONLY'
TELE- '13"
PHONE
LE COOLER 15 QT4 ONLY
ICE $7@9
CHEST


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Pecan Spins .. 2
BBQ Bread .... 2
RaisinBread ...


$109

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DII V L TE MN S I BY


Kraft Grape Jelly...... 2 1bs.
Jif Peanut Butter ........ is 02.
Kraft Dressings........... 0 oz.
D. Hi Frostings.......... Iv. oz.
Coffee Mate....... ....... 11 oz.
Pork & Beans, shmboa.... .3 00
Vlasic Dill Chips ........3. o,.
Vanilla Wafers, .. ....... o0z.
Delmonte Corn .......... i oz.
Delmonte E.G. Peas ..... 2 0 oz.
,, Delmonte Peaches....... is oz.
Hawaiian Punch ......... SB oz.


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$159
79*
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88"
99*
990
.4 6
69*
79*


Perfection Rice........3 Lbs.89
Kellogg's Corn Flakes .... inz. 1
M.W. S-Rising Meal .... 5 Ls. ..
Castleberry BBQ Beef .... ioo0.i
Castleberry BBQ Pork .... i"oz. 10
IGA Trash Can Liners.. .20 at
Handl-Wrap . ... 125 79..
Automatic Vanish........ 12 -oz.
Pinesol Cleaner ...... 5oz..
Friskles Cat Food .......3 o.oz. s
Jim Dandy Dog Chow.. .25 LUS. $7"9
Mighty Dog Dog Food.... 3 I 6% oz2. $100


MAXWELL HOUSE '
COFFEE 1
EXPIRES JULY 26, 1983
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT C


CRISCO
OIL
48 OZ.
EXPIRES JULY 26, 1983
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT C

DUNCAN HINES
CAKE
MIXESv."
I EXPIRES JULY 26, 1983
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT C


SCOTT
PAPER TOWEL



BIG ROLL 2/8
EXPIRES JULY 26, 1983
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT C
DOBEDICUI : i I


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PATTIES . .. .6
IGA
Orange Juice. ..
KRAFT CHEESE
Singles . .
KRAFT PHILADELPHIA
Cream Cheese...
BREAKSTONE
Sour Cream .....


Soz. 99*

64 oz. M

.oz. 89"

8oz. 89

16 oz. 99


ORANGE JUICE .......
PET CREAM
Pies ..............
FREEZER QUEEN
Suppers ......... ..
McKENZIE BUTTER i
Peas or Butterbeans..
ORE IDA CRINKLE CUT 5
Potatoes.......5
IDA
Ice Cream ..... .... .
MEADOW GOLD ; ':
Heath Bar .........


10 AZlmm mffmw u
EXPIRES JULY 26, 1983
.o. 99 WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE

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$109
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`$9
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$19
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Sweet Georgia

PEACHES


Tender Okra -
Yellow Squash
Green Peppers ig. tray,


Western

LETTUCE.


Idaho Potato
Seedless Wh
Sweet Red P
Georgia Cant
Red Ripe Wal
Green Boillng
Genuine Vidali
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FILL YOUR FREEZER NOW WITH
Butterbeans, 0

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FAB 9
DETERGENT 9L9
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EXPIRES JULY 26, 1983
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ite Grapes .. ... .99
lums . .. 69.


termelons ..99, up
g Peanuts....... N79
a Onions.... ... ,.bg, 779C
Peas & Butterbeans Daily

kra, Souash Corn
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TOMATOES


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Tab rite Beef Top Round Steak . .. .
,al4riNte Beef Rump or Sirloin Tip Roast ..
i C ubed Beef Steak ......... .... .....
T.Ientre Beef Boneless Chuck Steak......
I Boeess Beef Stew..................


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6
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DISCOUNT
CERTIFICATES
WITH
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DOUBLE DISCOUNI1
CERTIFICATES
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Dinners(FreeTeawnneTo Dinners) 2.29&Up ECLAIRS .. ...... 5
HOT DOGS_. ............. .65'
.PEACH.,CO, FR ... 69c CINNAMON ROLLS, .r 1.0
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