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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 28, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 49 ,


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Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine' People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1983


Another Element Added


to Quest


White City Citizens Vocal In Opposing Seafood Processing Plant


Another side has been added
to the matter of indecision as
to who will seek ownership of
the former White City depot of
the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers.
The Port Autohrity has been
involved in securing owner-


ship of the property for a property, if they get owner-
seafood processing point and ship.
the County Commission has But, whil6 the County Com-
been after the property for mission and the Port Author-
ownership by the county. The ity are see-sawing over the
County Commission has said matter of who will actively
they will cooperate with the - seek ownership; of the' proper-
Port Authority in use of the ty, the people of: White City are


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beginning to express them- Tuesday night, former
selves vocally in the matter. :, County Commissioner Walter
No matter who owns the Graham, a resident of White
property, they don't want a .City, Roy Harper, Mrs. R. W.
fish processing plant in White Summers and George Harper,
City. 'expressed themselves vocally
They're very emphatic on against the project for White
that point. City.
Graham took the floor first,
saying the county needed the
jobs, but White City didn't
need a fish' processing plant.
SGraham pointed out there was
a tract of some: 67 acre's
available just "below" the
Area where the former Corps
Roy Harper and Mrs. of Engineers site was located.
R. W. Summers give "You can develop that proper-
strong arguments op :'ty", Graham said.
posing turning the for- He pointed out that White
mer Corps of Engineers City "wouldn't benefit one
headquarters into a .sea- bit" from a seafood process-
food processing plant ing plant. He felt the plant
before the Gulf County would pay around minimum
Commission Tuesday wage which would attract
night. The two were only drifters. He felt the installa-
part of the delegation tion w6uld present a pollution
from 'White City who problem as well as deteriorate
opposed locating the the area more than it would
plant in their commun- help, so far as property values
ity. . were concerned. :
; Graham urged that the
county either seek ownership
o. f the property or "leave it to
* the state".
Roy Harper pointed out the
property was near his proper-


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ity. "If they turn it into a
, seafood processing plant, I'll
have to leave", he said.
Harper pointed out that "we
have a good community now,
and we want to keep it that
way."
Mrs. Summers, who had
opposed a seafood'processing
site at .the meeting Monday
night, 'asked, "Does White
City stand a chance of oppos-
ing the plant if the rest of the
county wants it? The promise
of 300 jobs is a pretty potent
attraction for us to fight," she
said.
Mrs. Summers went on to
point out that there were
considerable problems al-
ready with the draw bridge at
'White City. "!We are caught
String togo to work,'to school,
to town, or any number of
places by the bridge either in
use or broken down and out of
service. Such an installation
would put more pressure on
i the bridge and inconvenience
'usat White City even more".
, George Harper said a sea-
food processing plant at White
ICity would "bring in riff
:raff, heavy traffic, bad-smel-
ling fumes, filth and a bad
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Group Supporting Authoriy Ownership


A number of citizens gathered at the Fire
Station Monday afternoon to give support to
the Port Authority in their attempt to gain
--owfiership of thli'f~~ir'e ?Cf Enginieei-rs
depot at White City to develop as a mid-Gulf
of Mexico seafood processing depot.
The Port Authority has plans for
developing the site into a point for receiving
Gulf of Mexico seafood production for
preparation of the material for shipment
overseas. The Port Authority originally had
plans to include the installation in a giant
deep water port development which would
include huge freezers to prepare the seafood
for overseas shipment.
An attempt to develop this project met
with a rebuff from St. Joe Paper Company
who had agreed to sell the Port Authority the
waterfront property for development. The
Paper Company denied a request for a
portion of the property to develop this one


project, saying they would not turn loose any
of the property until the Port Authority was
ready to develop the entire port plan, which
ificlided The iea'ood preparation and ship-
ment point as a part of the port development.
This put the Port Authority to hunting an
alternative piece of property for development
as the seafood processing point, which they
were ready to start with immediately, while
the rest of the port project has been delayed
by a serious slump in overseas shipping of
most other products. ' I
This sent the Port Authority on the trail of
the Corps of Engineers property which was
being abandoned by the Corps 'at about the
same time. The only problem was, the Gulf
County Commission was also making applica-
tion for the property with each agency not
knowing the other agency was making their
application.
This has caused the problem. One agency


has to back off, but information that the
property will not come free to whomever gets
it, has caused. some iwacisionbputwhich
agency continues to pursue ownersf ij.
The County Commission seems certain
they can obtain theproperty at no cost in spite
of the warning of a price being placed on the
land.
The Port Authority says they have the
money to buy the property at no cost to the
tax-payers and the property would be ideal
for their purposes with bulkheads, deep
water, buildings, etc., already on site.:
A new factor came into the picture at the
meeting 'Monday afternoon, when County
Commission chairman, Billy Branch advised
George Tapper, Port Authority chairman the
McKenzie property at the site of the old City
Warehouse on St. Joseph Bay was available
for sale.
Tapper said this would be an ideal spot


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Former County Commission Walter Graham takes the
floor to oppose placing a seafood processing plant at White
City. -Star photos


Mississippian
Mississippian,


Drowns Whil


for the seafood facility but reported the Port
Authority had been advised it was not for
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Branch said the Commission had reason- P
able assurance it could be purchased and
agreed to put any influence the Commis- Leo Walker, a 59-year-old Mississ
sion may have, to work in securing the land. County's first drawing victim in a 1
Tapper said the Port Authority would be when he was drowned while snorkel
glad for any assistance the Commission could shallow' waters of St. Joseph Bay ne
give in this venture.
give in this venture. Walker, who was spending a few d
The Commission has felt and continues to Park with relatives, was scalloping i
feel the County should proceed with its the drowning fatality occurred.
attempt to gain ownership of the White City Walker was just west of Black's L
property. Branch said, "If we are successful sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
in obtaining its ownership, we will make it Mobile, Alabama, his wife and a
available to the Port Authority and other Waynesboro, Mississippi.
private enterprises, to the best advantage of Waynesbr MississipPi"
the county. Branch said the Commission was According to witnesses and Capt
in a position to seek an issue of Industrial the Florida Marine Patrol, Walker
S " water scalloping. Walker saw the sn
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Gulf Finally Pays for Drunk Treatment


Since 1981, the Gulf County
Commission has resisted pay-
ing for indigent patients under
the Baker Act, which went into
effect that year.
The Baker Act requires the
County to pay for treatment
for those charged with alcoho-


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lic crimes and for being
victims of alcohol, if they are
unable to pay for their own
treatment.
The Commission has balked
at paying the bills because the
bill also grants anonymity to
the indigents who need the


treatment. The' Commission
would like to know who the
recipients are 'to determine
whether they arp indeed resi-
dents of Gulf county i'and if
they meet the definition of
indigent drawn' up by the
County.


County Looking At 13%


Increase In 1984 Budget

The final stamp of approval was made by No departments reflected a decrease in
the County Commission on their spending operating expenses, but the Clerk's Office
plan apd a financial program for the entire -presented a budget which showe i no increase
County Courthouse in a special session in the need for funds.
Thursday night. WAGE INCREASE
Approved an estimated 13 percent One of the items for the !new budget,
increase in revenue, both from taxes and which was decided upon Thursday night was
other sources, the county gave its final an increase in wages for employees of the
stamp of approval on the spending plans county. The Commission agreed on a salary
for every county office. The approval increase of four percent. The four percent
includes some $94,935.60 in new spending wage increase came on top of the consider-
for the coming year.' able increase in the cost of health insurance.
The biggest increase in spending will be, The salary hike will cost the county $44,543.38
of course, the new landfill program which the making a total of $139,478.98 in new money
county must get into after nearly seven years which must be raised during the coming year.
of stalling the State Department of Environ- MILLAGE INCREASE
mental Regulation. The DER has finally put The increase in need for funds will also
its foot down and told Gulf it must do require a small hike in the mill rate for the
something about its landfill program, which new fiscal year. Millage will be set to cover
the state hasibeen criticizing. -the necessary incomE but expectations are
The next highest iricrease is in the cost of that the rate will be approximately five mills
health insurance for county employees. The .to cover the levy of taxes. Millage will be
county will see a $15,000 hike in this figure for set to covbr the necessary income, but
the new budget year.x expectations are that the rate will be
Other increases in expenditures include approximately five mills to cover the levy of
the following: taxes.
--Social Security increase, $2,988.00.
-Sheriff's Department, $7,129.75. Both the necessary millage rate and the
-Tax Collector, $2,175.00. budget were approved unanimously at the
-Supervisor of Election, $2,734.00. special meeting Thursday. The ohly thing left
-Veterans' Service Office, $65.00. to do on the new budget plan is to firm up the
-Health Department, $4,069.00. figures and arrive at a definite mill rate
--County Judge, $985.00. through a mathematic check of the figures
-Property Appraiser, $2,747.00. involved in the budget.


The State of Florida has
insisted on keeping the names
secret and the matter of
payment' has been at a. Mexi-
can stand-off ever since the
program Was initiated.
As a result, Gulf County now
owes some $7,000 for treat-
ment of indigents who are also
alcoholics.
Tuesday, the bottom line
was reached in the matter
when the State sent the County
affidavits; that the county's
indigents receiving treatment
were residents of the county
and qualified under county
guidelines.
But, still no names.
A reluctant motion and
second to finally pay the bill,
met with the approval of four
of the Commissioners with
Commissioner Birmingham
electing to be the lone hold-
out, casting a "nay" vote.
RECEIVE REBATE
The Co(mty "received a re-
bate of $3,078.72 Tuesday
night, when Tax Collector Eda
Ruth Taylor presented a
check to the Commission. `
The mohey was earned by
Mrs. Taylor depositing all tax
collection 1in an interest bear-
ing account daily as it was
collected. The check was 'the
interest earned during- the
year.
DOC UNHAPPY
In the matter of the Depart-
ment of Corrections wanting
improvements at the County
Jail, correspondence received
from the! DOC this week
indicates .they are very un-
happy with the expressed
intentions lof the county and
their new budget.
In the budget, Sheriff Ken
Murphy asked for funds to
hire four corrections officers


and do extensive renovations
to the jail such as install
listening devices, additional
lighting, exits, fire alarms,
etc.
The county turned down the
requests for funds, except
those they felt were for
"reasonable requests", taking
the Sheriff off the DOC's hook
and placing themselves there
instead.


A letter to the County
Commission this week lets
them know the Department of
Corrections is very unhappy
over cutting the request for
the'four additional corrections
officers from the budget. The
DOC contends this is a "criti-
cal" need and seems intent on
insisting the county fund the
(Continued on Page 3)


Florida Marine Patrolman, Cliff Bell gets ready to
question E. L. Lightfoot, Mrs. Van Polk and Edna Fick (on
the bank) and Van Polk, in the; boat, about the accident in


started after the ladder, even though
and was impaired on his left side. The
farther and farther away with Walkerh
realized he was too far from the boat ai
it. The boat was also drifting away
women, who were in the boat, didn't
engine and come to Walker's aid.


sippi man became Gulf
few years last Friday,
ing for scallops in the,
ar Black's Island.


lays at St. Joseph State
with the relatives when

island in a boat with his
Mrs. Van C. Polk of
sister, 'Edna Fick of

ain Gordon McCall of
and Polk were in the -
mall ladder which was
begin drifting away. He
i he had heart trouble
tide carried the ladder
in pursuit. Suddenly he
nd started back toward
from Walker and the--"
know how to start the


Attempts to throw Walker life preservers also saw them
drift in the' opposite direction.
The ladies started shouting for help and attracted Ernest
Lightfoot, of Port St. Joe, who was scalloping nearby. By this
time, Polk was also attracted to the troubled spot. By the
time Lightfoot arrived at the scene, Walker had gone under
and he and Polk joined efforts to pull him out of the water and
into Lightfoot's boat. Walker was then brought to shore at
Presnell's Landing, where the ambulance crew was waiting
to administer aid and transport Walker to the hospital, where
he was pronounced dead.


which Leo Walker of Mississippi drowned Friday afternoon,
Walker's body was brought into Presnell's Landing at
Simmons Bayou. -Star photo


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Editorials and Comments


THURSDAY. JULY 28, 1983


Vice President Makes



the Hard Choices


For years people in the United
States have wondered why we
,maintain a Vice President. For the
past few years, the people of Florida
have wondered why we support a
Lieutenant Governor. Not that our
Lieutenant Governor is inept or our
Vice President all but useless, but
we have all wondered why we need
these men. Why should we maintain
the office and the support for a
second place leader? Can't we
provide some other way to fill the
vacancy of leader if the need arises
without the expense of maintaining
this second place office?
We don't really know how much
Vice President George Bush is paid.
But, back to the purpose of
having a Vice President. Why is it
necessary?
Last week, our Vice President,
George Bush justified his position
and his salary with one vote . .. one
very important vote to the future of
our nation. It was. a vote -nobody
would have liked casting. No doubt
,Vice President Bush would rather
have done a lot of things besides
make that particular vote. He might
have rather gone visiting in the
Democratic National Headquarters
than make the vote it was his duty to
make. He would probably have
rather admitted he stole the Carter
papers than to cast the vote he cast
last week. He made the office of Vice
President necessary and important
by casting so necessary a vote.
Vice President Bush cast the
deciding vote on funding the produc-
mon of nerve gas. Probably you


cast this particular deciding vote. In
all likelihood he would rather have
either voted against the measure or
abstained from voting. From what
we have read about Vice President
Bush and quotations from the man,
we have no other idea than that Bush
would have liked to have voted
against the poison gas bill.
We would rather have had
him be able to vote against the
poison gas bill.
The fact is, that the Russians
have a wealth of poison gas
paraphernalia and the poison gas
itself, while the United States has
virtually none. Just as we are
certain Vice President Bush didn't
want to vote for the poison gas bill,
we are just as sure the Russians
wouldn't hesitate for one moment to
use the gas on us or anyone else if
they thought there would be no
retalliation should they do so.
For this reason, Vice President
Bush recognized the necessity of his
breaking the tie which existed in the
Senate and cast the tie-breaking
vote in favor of funding poison gas
research and 'production for the
United States.
You see, Vice President Bush
recognized that it was the threat of
retaliation which kept Hitler from
using poison gas in World War II.
So, a Vice President has the duty
of making a hard decision .. . . a
decision he might not want to make
and one which he had rather not
make. When it comes to making this
decision, you need someone capable


would have rather not have him of. doing it.


How Will It Help?

We would like to have explained regulations will just be a new set; a
" b fei .,- ~eof seP-t Whlaic will cost the average
h-t'teM thol. business .i' going to .. otisumer more.
telp us. We're sure that the only For instance, the phone com-r
Season it was de-regulated was to pany can no more furnish us with an
give the consumer a fairer shake, instrument in our home over which
but from what we read and hear we may receive and send out calls.
rjyom the phone company itself, we Our bill will no longer reflect an
"(iil to see how it is going to help us. industry average of what it costs to
We naturally lean to private provide us with service, but we will
:isiness operating at a profit and in pay for our own individual service
competition with each other. We expenses.
- have been programed over the years All of this de-regulation will cost

regulated business doesn't operate penny, while the subscribs ain the
very economically. With their built- urban areas will get a price break.
in profit margin we have been
taught they can operate just reason- The phone service set-up wasn't
= ably effective and #et the job done to "broken" but it was "fixed" any-
the acceptance of their regulators. way, and fixed in a manner where
If what we hear and read is many of us will be pinched finan-
If what we hear and read is
correct, the .telephone companies cially.
are going to be regulated just as And, like regulation require-
much, if not more so, than ever ments, there's not much the phone
before. As we understand it, the company can do about it.


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C A MAN'S WORLD


" *The Tractor Salesman

BY SHAD PHANTRY


here," he stated, "and we can
continue our conversation, if
that's all right with you."
wnat could I say? The Lord
had smiled down upon us that
day. And, besides that, he was
right; there was absolutely
nothing to do in Loxley,
Alabama, day or night. Be-
sides that, I was enjoying our
conversation, too. And he was
,a fine gentleman, in every


respect.
Eventually our conversation
turned to his work. Yes, he
enjoyed his job and had been
doing it for several years. He
did miss being at home with
his wife and family, but it was
worth it because he made a
pretty good salary. He travel-
ed five days a week, and it was
lonely, but sometimes it was
very interesting.


"What's the most interest-
ing thing you've ever seen?" I
asked.
"Well," he said without
hesitating, "the most interest-
ing thing I have ever seen was
the day I was driving out in the
country looking for prospects
to sell tractors to when I
spotted this man out in a field
plowing a bull."
"Plowing a bull!" said I,
unbelievingly.
"Plowing a bull!" he stated
again, with emphasis. "I
couldn't believe it either. But I
knew I had me a fine prospect.
and I was about to sell me a
tractor."
He said he then stopped his
car, jumped the fence and
approached the farmer. He
said the farmer stopped and
he began his sales pitch,


pointing out all the advan-
tages of a tractor over those of
a bull. "How about selling you
a tractor today?" he conclud-
ed, trying to close out the sale.
"Nope," said the farmer,
"I've got one of the best
tractors made right up yonder
under that there shed."
"You have!" was the sales-
man's startled reply. "Then
why on earth are you down
here plowing this bull?"
"Well," said the farmer,
looking at the salesman with
sincere determination in his
eyes, "I just want to teach this
here bull that there's more to
life than eating oats, chasing
them heifers, and tearing
down fences."
Tell me country folks ain't
smart and I wouldn't like to be
a tractor salesman.


Our Ameri

A COUPLE OF WEEKS ago,
Newsweek magazine did an article
:entitled, "What the World Thinks of
.America". The article merely verified
what most of .us already knew- Amer-
-ica may be the favorite whipping boy of
the world, but it is also the most sought
after homeland in the 'world. If
everyone who wished to live in America
S were able to move here, it would be the
most crowded nation in the world-
; even more crowded than Japan.
According to the article,'America's
place in the world, is to set the pace for
, the rest of the world. Much of the
remainder of the world may resent our
setting the pace, but their people are
' more than willing to follow our pop
Smtisic, our movies, our -TV, our
sciences, our business and our living
standard.
* r Americans, themselves, are most
S critical of these areas.
% Our pop music is too loud, our
movies too trashy, and our TV too
violent, too sexy, according to the.
average American.
WE, HERE IN America are now
:: WE, HERE IN America are now


ca Is Still the Most Envied and Respected Nation In the World


criticizing our school system heavily,
because of the so-called inability of our
sciences to keep up with the rest of the
world. We feel our science is inade-
quate to meet our needs. We harp on the


opponents of our nation, agree they
looked to America for leadership in the
sciences.
Only France said they did not look
to America a "great deal" for


A ey R. Romi.


leadership in its sciences, but did admit
they looked to our nation a "fair
amount" for guidance in science.
All of these industrial nations
looked to America for a "great deal" of
its leadership in business. Here we
thought our business world was going
down the drain because it was limping
along during this world-wide recession,
but the remainder of the business


oriented world looks to us as being the
example for others to follow.
Only in examplee of government
policy do we slip from universal
acceptance as the best there is. France







.ey, ..


doesn't think so. But then, who listens to
France any more? Certainly not the
remainder of the industrial world, who
sets America on a pedestal.

EVEN AMERICA'S DEBATED
military presence overseas was discus-
sed in the article, and while our nation'
is given high marks in the fields of
music, movies, TV, sciences, business


and government policy, our military
presence overseas is given failing
marks. All the while we're there to
protect the nations overseas, and they
feel our presence is harmful rather
than helpful.
With only one exception, nations
overseas feel our increased military
presence there enhances the chance of
war rather than deters it.
Strange.
Twice in this century, the United
States has had to go to Europe to win a
war for the majority of the nations over
there, which was started by another,
more militant nation.
Now, the nations across the Atlan-
tic feel our presence there to deter
other nations from the notion they can
start a war, would only make them
more determined to start one.
ONE CATEGORY in which all
agree is that America has the higher
living standard. According to the poll,
America is a solid favorite for the
better living standard in all of the
nations mentioned. This opinion was
gathered from people who live in the


nations themselves. Regardless of our
high unemployment rate; regardless of
our high number of poor; regardless of
our thousands who are going bankrupt
every year or who are roaming the
nation in search of jobs, Americans are
thought by others to have the highest
living standard in the world.
COLUMNIST JOAN BECK picked
up one of the 'polled subjects in the
Newsweek article the other day, and
did her column on it. According to the
survey, Americans were not very sexy.
Ms. Beck wondered how such an
indictment could be with our preoccu-
pation with sex in recent years. We use
sex to sell everything from cigarettes to
tractors. It's hard to discuss any
subject without sex entering the
conversation.
Our nation seems to be preoccupied
with sex in our movies, our music and,
our TV, which are so admired by the
nations queried.
Yet, we get black-balled for not
being sexy enough.
I guess sex is like leisure time-
how much is enough?


need for our schools to "catch up" with
our science education.
The remainder of the world thinks
our influence on the sciences in their
nation is considerable. In other words,
we influence the sciences in other
nations, more so than we do with the
people in our own nation.
Japan, West Germany, Great Bri-
tain, Brazil and Mexico, all business


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 28
July 29
July 30

July 31
Aug. 1
Aug. 2
Aug. 3


High Low
2:09 p.m. 12:11a.m.
2:42 p.m. 12:19 a.m.
2:57 p.m. 12:15 a.m.
11:28p.m.
8:12a.m. 9:36 p.m.
6:51a.m. 4:51p.m.
6:52 a.m. 5:23p.m.
7:24a.m. 6:05p.m.


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It was a long time ago when
I met the tractor salesman. I
was a freshman in college and
was hitch-hiking home for the'
weekend. He was traveling
from an unknown or forgotten
place to Loxley, Alabama. My
destination was Pensacola,
Florida and I had made it to
Spanish Fort, Alabama. My
traveling companion and I had
started early that morning
just outside the city limits of
Jackson, Mississippi and we
were tired, hungry and thirsty
when the tractor salesman
picked us up.
The tractor salesman and I
hit it off right from the start. It
may have been because he
had been traveling all day and
was lonely and I was so glad to
get a ride, but we were fast
friends after the first few
minutes.
Our mutual interest center-
ed around books we had read.
He was an avid reader as I
was, and, for that matter, still
am. I would imagine that the
tractor salesman, if he is still
alive (and I hope he is), is, too..
Reading is one of those habits
that, started young, stays with
one, especially if one is going
to college and has no money.
Anyway, we were having a
great time discussing some of
the books we had read when
we pulled into Loxley. It was
about six o'clock, in the
evening and we were still a
good forty-five miles from
Pensacola.
When we 'pulled into the
motel where the tractor sales-
man had&reservations, I was
pleasantly surprised to hear
him volunteer to take me and
my companion to Pensacola.
"There is nothing for me to do

Hutto to Visit
Mexico Beach
" Congressman Earl HUtto's
office announced this Week
that the. Congressman will be
conducting a Town Hall meet-
ing at Mexico Beach on
August 8, beginning at 3:30
p.m.Y
The meeting will be held in
the Mexico Beach Tdwn Hall
and is designed to allow the
people of the area a personal
interview with the Congress-
man to discuss their problems
concerning the federal govern-
ment.

Adult School
Closed Week
The Gulf County Adult
School will take a week of
vacation from August 1,
through August 5. Both day
cancelled during the week
and night classes will be
named.








THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1983


PAGE THREE.


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It was 41 years ago when J.Lamar (Pete)
Miller Startedhs long association with
Standard Oil Company as their agent here in
Port St. Joe. Last Wednesday, Standard Oil
"-, gn Miller for his lengthy association
S wi ecomiaahy at'al dliier at Gulf Sands,
attended by area distributors and executives
of the company as well as several of Miller's"
close friends and business associates here in
Port St. Joe.
In the photo above, Miller,' left, is,
presented with small gift to mark the
occasion by E.O. Smith, Division Marketing


S.


ears

Manager of Chevron USA, Inc., of Miami.
Other Chevron executives attending the
dinner were J. A. Novy, Wholesale manager;
R. E. Miller, Technical Representative; E. J.
Blomeley, Public Affairs Manager;, M. B.
Fischer, Jobber Coordinator aid.J: A. Stahl,
Sales Representative.
: Miller first came to Port St. Joe with his
now retired associate, -Jimmy Greer; to
operate the Standard Station at the' corner of
Third Street and Monument Avenue.
-Star photo


W hlite City (Continued from Page 1)
White City
element". Harper said the sured the delegation from of the site and would see that'it
people there wanted tc protect White' City that the County was used for the best interests
the community. - Commission was definitely of the people of Gulf County.
Chairman Billy Branch as- going to pursue the ownership Branch was joined in his





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Revenue Bonds to finance an industry at the
site.
Tapper emphasized the Port Authority
was interested in getting into business as soon
as possible'with the seafood processing depot
to take advantage of a need for :such an
installation on the Gulf Coast. "The White
City property would be an ideal spot" he said,
while informing the Commission -hairman
,t,.


statement by Commissioners
Everette Owens, Eldridge Mo-
ney and Jimmy Gortman, who
all expressed themselves as
wanting to seek ownership of
the property and. wanting to
consult with 4the people of
White City before any use is
made of the property.
Anita Smith asked, "Would
it do any good to bring a
petition in ' expressing our
feelings? A petition was pre-
sented concerning establish-
ing a water system out there
and it was ignored. What can
we do?"
Branch advised the people
of White City to make their-
feelings known. "You will be
considered before anything is
done", he told the White City
residents.

County
(Continued from Page 1)
four employees. :
6THER BUSINESS
Other business items, before
the Commission were:
-Two public hearings were


(Continued from Page 1)


that property on the shores of St. Joseph Bay
would also be ideal.
Tapper expressed satisfaction for the
number of people who showed up supporting
the Port Authority's position. "I'm just
disappointed there aren't more of the
business community here showing an interest
in this matter."


Mrs. Audis C. Watts, 63, of
Highland View passed Friday
morning in Gulf Pines Hospi-
tal., '
She is survived by one son,
Lee Ralph Watts of Jackson-
ville; a daughter, Melba Jean
Barbee of Port St. 'Joe; one.
brother, Bill Coleman, Jr.;
of "Jacksonville; one sister,
Emma Lee Guillot of High-
land View; five grandchildren
and four great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
at 2:00 p.m. EDT Sunday, July
24, at the Highland View
Baptist Church with the Rev..
held. One was for an ordin-
ance changing the require-
ment for new streets turned
over to the county. The other
would close a one block
dead-end extension of Hunter -
Street in Oak Grove.


Jerry Register officiating. In-
terment followed in Holly Hill
Cemetery.
All arrangements were un-
der the direction of Comforter
Funeral Home of Port St. Joe.


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. Blountstown, Bristol, Carrabelle, Chatta- Henriquez, Randy Pickering, a'd
ho6chee, Eastpoint, Hosford, Port St. Joe, Shireling.
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St.Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Corn- directory will be larger and of
pany begin a canvass of the area. Names benefit to the communities' it ser
" f the representatives who will be making Closing date for the sales can'
premise visits to businessmen in the area been set for September 2. Anyone
are:"John Anderson, Ben Bennett, Scott to make additions, deletions or
Birdd, Gary Conant, Chip Hinson, Michael should contact their local te
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Announces the Opening of
Psychological Counseling
Services in Wewahitchka

Location: Gulf County Health Dept.
Office Hours: Every Friday afternoon
Beginning: July 29, 1983
APPOINTMENTS ACCEPTED BY COLLECT CALLS
Phone 227.1145 (24 Hours)


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Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
S Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 10:OCA.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ...:. '... 11:00 A.M.
Study In the Gospels, Wednesday -'7:00-7:45.
Welcome to Everyone
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Phone 229-6857


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Susan Joan Presley and
David Bruce May, Jr. were
joined in matrimony on June
11 at St. Andrew's Episcopal
church in Tampa. The double
ripg ceremony was performed
by the Rev. Michael Swann,
assisted by Father Faustau
Stamphiglio.
^The bride is the daughter of
Mrs, Doris C. Presley and the
lateDr. George D. Presley of
Tampa. She is the. grand-
daughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Lee Cope of
ishville, N. C. and the late
Mr. and Mrs. George Marion
Presley of Ashville, N. C.
IThe bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. David B. May of
Port St: Joe. He is the
grandson of Mrs. Harvey May.
ajld the late Mr. Harvey A.
May of Tonawanda, N. Y., and
the late Mr. and Mrs. W. 0.
Aiderson of Port St. Joe.
S Nuptial.music was perform-
ed'by Thomas Berryman.
. ari iage by her mother and
escorted to the altar by her
u. icle, Charles Garren. The
Sbide wore a flowing white
.; chiffon formal length gown
' th!a cathedral train. The
fitted bodice featured a scal-
I ed neckline and was 'over-
laid with lace and re-embroi-
*dred seedpearls. The full cap
Sstevees were complemented
byr lace gauntlets to the elbow.:
The full length veil "was
attached by three back poufs.
tliat gave a regal effect. She
carried a cascade of stephani-
ti4 and phaceanopsis orchids.
'Mrs. Donald A. Cermeno,
the bride's sister from Tampa,
w6as the matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Lisa Pres-
ldy, the bride's sister, Tampa;
Mrs. Thomas Bopp, Tampa;
Stary Beth McCallion, Carrol-
t(n, Ga.; Robin Richards,
.Thmpa; and Mrs. Peter Wells,
S harleston, S. C.
. David May, the bride-
, room's father, was the best
. 3an. Usher-groomsmen were
*i dy May, Tulsa, Oklahoma;
. .sty May and Pat May, the
I bidegroom's brothers, Port
S~, Joe; ,Dr. Craig Greven,
Winston-Salem, N. C.; and
I ark Wimberly, Birming-


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1983


ham, Ala.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was given by Mrs.
Doris Pfesley at the Univer-
sity Club in Tampa.
After a wedding trip to the
Virgin Islands, the couple will
reside in Tallahassee. The
bridegroom is -employed with
the Tallahassee Supreme
Court as research aide to
Justice James Adkins.
A rehearsal dinner was held
June 10 at the Riverside Hilton
in Tampa. It was hosted by
Mr. and Mrs. David May.
' An engagement party was
given February 26 by Mr. and
Mrs. David May in Port St.
Joe.
A luncheon was held April 16
in Port St.. Joe. The hostesses
were Mrs. Edwin McCain,
Mrs. W. L. Altstaetter, Mrs.
Tom McDermott, Mrs. Benny
Roberts, and Mrs. W. S.


Quarles, Jr.
A dinner was held April 16 in
Port St. Joe. It was hosted by
Mrs. Ida Copenhaver, Mr. and
Mrs. Ashley Costin, and Mr.
and Mrs. Ferrell Allen.
A cocktail buffet was held
April 23 in Gainesville. It was
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. James
Lowry, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Thomas.
A coffee was given April 30
in Port St. Joe. It was hosted
by Mrs. Jean Atchison, Mrs. J.
Wayne Hendrix, Mrs. Gannon
Buzzett, Mrs. Charles Wall,
and Mrs. Janet Anderson,
A shower was given May 7 in
Tampa by Mrs. Don Cermeno.
A luncheon was held May 14
in Port St. Joe. It was hosted
by Mrs. J. Lamar Miller, Mrs.
Silas Stone, and Mrs. Joseph
P. Hendrix.
A dinner was held May 14 in
Port St. Joe. It was hosted by
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Buzzett, and


Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. James
Terry.
A brunch was given May 15
in Mexico Beach by Mrs.
Betty Fensom.
A luncheon was given May
22 in Winter Haven by Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Smith.
A Bridesmaids' luncheon
was held June 10 at Chavez in
Tampa. It was hosted by Mrs.
Clark Pennell, and Mrs. Char-
les Garron, aunts of the bride.


Harpers ive

BabySon
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Glenn
Harper announce the birth of
their son, Billy Gene Harper II
on July 8, weighing seven
pounds, 10 ounces. Welcoming
the new arrival home Was his
sister, Monica.


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Linda Ann Herring and Robert


Chapman White Exchange Vows
Linda Ann Herring and Mrs. Denise Buchanan was held on June 2 at the Florida A miscellanea
lobert Chapman White ex- the matron of honor. ' Power Lounge. It was hosted held on June 4
hanged wedding vows on Wayne Childers was the best by Mrs. Gail Zimmerman, her terian Church
uly 1 at the Presbyterian man. Ushers were Keith Hod- daughter, Melissa, and Mrs. hosted by the
hurch in Port St. Joe. The ges and Randy Wright. Janie Zimmerman. church.


double ring ceremony was
performed by the Rev. John
Stuart.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James 0.
Herring. She is the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Greer, all of Port St.
Joe.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Hugh W. White and the
late Hugh W. White, Jr. He is
the grandson of Mrs. Ruth E.
Mooney of Sarasota.
Nuptial music was perform-
ed by Mrs. Harold Beyer,
organist.
Given in marriage by her
parents, she was escorted to
the altar by her father.


A reception was held after
the ceremony in the church
fellowship hall. During the
reception, Mrs. Flora Long,
aunt of the bride, served the
coffee; Mrs. Donna Harrell,
cousin of the bride , from
Columbus, Ga., served the
cake; Ms. Stephanie Tatum,
niece of the groom from
Stuart, served punch; and
Mrs. Lynn Burge attended the
bride's book and the birdseed
bags.
A rehearsal dinner was held
June 29 at the bridegroom's
home, hosted by his mother
and grandmother.,
A tupperware shower was


ous shower was
at the Presby-
fellowship hail.
women of the


Vacation Bible School


At First Baptist


An exciting vacation Bible
School is planned at First
Baptist Church, beginning
Monday, August 1, and con-
tinuing through Friday, Aug-
ust 5. Commencement activi-
ties will be Sunday evening,
* August 7 at 7:30 p.m.
Times for the school will be:
children, (3 years. to sixth
grade) 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.,
daily; young people, (grades
7-12), 7:00 to 9:30 each eve-
ning.: A nursery will be
provided for workers' children
only during the school, but will
be open for all on commence-
ment night.
The church bus will run
each morning and will follow


Mrs. David Bruce May, Jr.


this route: Bus will begin its
route in Oak Grove at, 8:05
a.m. It will go east on Niles
Road, through Monica Drive,
north on Garrison Avenue,
south on Long Avenue, north
On Monument Avenue. If you
need the bus to come closer to
your home, please call the
church office. Any child desir-
ing transportation is encour-
aged to ride the bus. The bus
will not run for the evening.
sessions nor on commence-
ment night,.
Judy' Griffin and Howard
Browning, pastor, invite all
the youngsters of the com-
munity to' attend.


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Miss Susan James Presley Becomes


Bride of David Bruce May, Jr.


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Senior News


Merchants Urged to List Discounts


Which Are Available to Senior Citizens


BY JERRY REAM
Just recently we were treat-
ed to an excellent editorial by
Wesley.Ramsey detailing how


we could'keep our consumer
dollars in Gulf County and
improve our unemployment
picture. All in all, it was a well
*


Sissy Whitfield's


~77L A.


( ln Recipes
From P
ThdFlorida Watermelon Association
The peak watermelon season is here and The Florida
Watermelon Association wishes to share some tempting hot
weather salad dishes made with watermelon. The Associa-
tion also suggests that you prepare some of this versatile
fruit in watermelon rind preserves for a year round treat.
Fresh Watermelon Boat With Turkey Salad
2 qts. cooked turkey (or 4 tsp. fresh lemon juice
chicken) cut in large chunks % C. mayonnaise
4 C. seedless green grapes 4tsp. black pepper
3 C. diagonally sliced celery 1 tsp. salt
1 C. French dressing Watermelon balls
In large bowl combine turkey, grapes and celery. With fork
-' - H or wire whisk, mix French dressing to lemon juice, mayon-
L naise, salt and pepper until well blenZded. Add dressing to
turkey mixture, toss lightly to moisten ingredients. Cover,
chill until ready to serve. Spoon intoscalloped watermelon
boat, along with watermelon balls cut from boat. Makes
about 12 servings. . ' .
Watermelon Rind Preserves
6 C. watermelon rind, diced 2 lemons
3 oranges 4% C.sugar
Peel the green skin off the outside of the rind of watermelon
and cut out the red meat. Slice the rind into cubes that are
about 1" square. Seed the oranges and lemons and cut them
into thin slices. Add the fruit slices and sugar to the cubed
rind. Boil slowly until the rind is clear. This should take about
2 hours. Place in sterile jars and seal tightly.
If you would like to make these pretty for that Christmas
fruit cake, take out half of the preserves and add green food
coloring to one half and then add red food coloring to the
other half. Add color as you desire before sealing jars.
Red And White Watermelon Salad
6 ounces strawberry gelatin
2 cups hot water
3 cups watermelon balls
8�4 ounce can crushed pineapple, undrained
1 cups chop pecans, divded
4 ounce container refrigerated non-dairy topping, thawed
% cup milk . : ...
8 ounces cream cheese, softened to room temperature,
Dissolve gelatin in hot water; let set until firm - 40-50
minutes. Add melon balls, pineapple and 1 cup pecans; pour
, into a 9 x 13 inch pan. Chill until firm. Beat cream cheese un-
til fluffy. Gradually add milk and beat until smooth. Fold in
non-dairy topping and place on chilled fruit mixture. Sprinkle'
with remaining , cup pecans. Refrigerate until serving.
Serves 12. (AFNS)


thought out piece of writing.
Now, it seems to me, we all
must take some definite action
to break the "Panama City
habit." To this end, I am
requesting the merchants and,
business folk of Gulf County to.
update the list of services
available to our Senior -Citi-
zens through your respective
stores. Many of you offer
discounts to the elderly, but
we have no exact listing of
how much, or on what days the
lower price is available. So,
simply speaking, we need to
hear from you. It is my
intention to provide transpor-
tation for frequent shopping
trips to those stores in both
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka
that offers discounts to the
Seniors, so please call us at
229-8466 and get your name
added to our shopping stops-,
Swe want to do business with
you.
Along those same lines, let's
talk about the entertainment
dollars that, end up in Bay


County. As many of you know,
our philosophy at the Senior
Citizens Association is to give
something in return for every
dollar we receive as support
from the citizens of Gulf
County. We don't want hand-
outs, but we do want your
support of our fund-raising
efforts. We would like to
compete with the movies and
other forms of entertainment
offered in Panama City. We
will offer you more hours of
entertainment for less money
and, in the process, improve
the quality of life for our
Senior Citizens.
What kind of entertain-
ment? A good question! :i
Announcing the First Annu-
al Womanless Beauty Con-
test! That's right! Look out,
Miss America, the men of Gulf
County are on parade Envi-
sion, if you will, our fun-loving
men modeling the latest, fa-
shions in dresses, hats, hose,
and high-heeled shoes: Poise,,
beauty, movement; and per-


Tonya and Inga Smith

Selected By N.Y. Finn


Tonya and Inga Smith have
graduated from Barbizon
Schools of Fashion Merchan-
dise Marketing and Modeling
School in Mobile, Alabama.,
Both entered the Southeast
Modeling Convention in Mont-
gomery in July, and were
chosen, by the International
Modeling Agency from New
York.


, The girls are former resi-
dents of Port St. Joe, and are
the daughters of Wayne and
Maxine Smith. Their grand-
mother is Mrs, E. M. Walker
of Oak Grove.


sonality- not to mention the
talent aspect. Yes, this will be
an evening to remember!
We are already taking appli-
cations for this spectacular
event, so if your service club,
church, business, or group
would like to sponsor an entry,
call 229-8466 to get the particu-
lars- you may be sponsoring
the next Gulf County Beauty
Contest winner.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 28,4983


Bulger Have
Baby Girl


Mr. and Mrs. Boyd K.
Bulger, nee Mitzi Hendrix of
Hereford, Texas announce the
birth of a baby girl, Sara
Marianna, on July 26 at Deaf
Smith County Hospital in
Hereford, Texas. Mariann
weighed 7 pounds, 11%
ounces.
Grandparents are Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph P. Hendrix of
Port St. Joe and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Bulger of Hobbs, New
Mexico. Great grandmother is
Mrs. R. H. Bassford of
Valdosta, Georgia.


PAGE FIVE


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Boys Subject to 'More

Emotional Problems


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Most school age children
with emotional problems are
boys.
Ned Ailes, in speaking to the
Rotary Club last Thursday,
outlined the services of the
Clinic but put his emphasis on
the service the Clinic is
offering school age children
with behavioral problems.
"These problems can, mean*
the student is severely with-
drawn as well as being a
behaviour problem",. Ailes
said.
The Clinic administrator
said the Clinic has a contract
with - the School 'Board to
furnish courses to students
from pre-school to grade six
with_ learning problems.
"These kids are not retar-
ded", Ailes pointed out. "They
have problems behaving
'themselves, paying attention,
with their parents, with their


146 Avenue C


Phone 227-1213


, Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL . ......... .. . . . . . . .. 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ........... ...... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ........... ....... . 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


Shown are Girl Scouts as they show their carpentry skills during the Arts & Crafts session
under the direction of Mrs. Sue Monteiro and Mrs. Cathy McDaniel. Skills exhibited will enable
the girls to earn part of their "Ms. Fix-It Badge".
-Star photos


Girl Scouts Enjoy


Day Camp Session


local Girl Scouts completed
heir Damp Camp Session on
riday, July 22. Those in at-
ndance were: Doris Sander,


VI


BIBLE STUDY ,.. .
MORNING WORSHIP
CHURP.H TRAINING.
EVENING WORSHIP
WEDNESDAY


Audra Province, Maria Perry,
Teleshi Daniels, LITasha Dan-
iels, Nicole-.Quinn, Paula Pen-
darvis, Cathy Tremain, Angel


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Long Ave. Baptist Church
-1601 LONG AVENUE


DANIEL W. DUNCAN
Pastor


MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music & Youth


Barr, Allison Riley, Candi.
Moses, Tracy Nelson, Lee
Anne Nelson, Shannon
Roberts, Rachel, Christie and
Andrea McCulley, Pam
Bowen, Kelly Burkett, Erin
Oliver, Christy Smith, Kendra
McDaniel, Devon Aurigian,
Deby' Monteiro, Cheyenne
Godfrey, Kelli Knight, Debra
Minger, Stacie Chitty, Teresa
Mongold, Pausha Pendarvis,
Dana Stripling, Stacey Towle
and Wendy Weston.
,: Activities included in the
session were carpentry, swim-
ming, computers, and games.
An over-night camp-out gave
the girls 4 chance to show off
their skills in camping.
Thanks to the leadership of
Cathy McDanile and Sue Mon-
teiro, the craft chosen in car-
pentry was a great success.
Each girl built her own doll
house. Patti Groos held ses-
sions in computers and ,gave
the girls a chance for "hands
'on" experience with the
machines. Linda Tremain led
the girls in games and helped
with the swimming lessons.
Gretchen Wynn, Red Crosp in-
structor, helped the girls work
on their swimmer's badge.
Mrs. Jan Richardson taught
camp -craft and camping
skills.: . .
This year's day;canp was,
under the direction of Miss
Hope Lane, a Senior Girl'
Scout. She was assisted by
Miss Alyson Guilford. Cadette
Scouts Doris Sander, Marcella
Parker, Debbie Tomlinson,
Tracey Melton, Christie
McDaniel and Wendy Groos
were camp aides and assisted
in camp activities.
The Girl Scouts would like to


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The location of 500 charted
inshore and offshore fishing
spots in Florida can be found
in the 112-page "Florida's
Charted Saltwater Fishin'
Holes." Included for each
hole is a discussiondf water"
depth, species of fish there,
'best season to fish and what
baits and lures to use. Please
allow 4 to 6 weeks for
delivery. Remit $4.50 per
copy to Bureau of Maps-
Charts, P.O. Box 5317, Tala-
hassee, Fl. 32314. (AFMIS)


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FRANK HANNON, Agent


One of the best parts of Girl Scouting is camping, as is evidenced by the three girls above,
as they enjoy the tent which they erected.
say a special thanks to, the
members of the Presbyterian
Church of Port St. Joe for
allowing them to use their -
facility fbr day camp ac ,
tivities, and 'also to Mrs..
Wilbur Butts for the use of her
pool. A special appreciation is
extended to Mrs. Gloria Miller
and Mrs. Ruth Lucas, who
helped to insure a smooth
operation of the camp.


Eye'
Openers

By Dr.
-Wesley Grace


MYOPIA IS OFTEN
PROGRESSIVE
;Q. My child's glasses for see-
ing distance get stronger
each year. Is that to be ex-
pected?
A. It is not uncommon for
myopia-the inability to
see distant objects clear-
ly-to increase rapidly
from its onset in childhood.
Most children'and teens to-
day have a great deal of
reading and close work to
do at school and at home.
These close visual" tasks
often put an undue strain
on the internal muscles of
the eyes. Studies have
shown a positive correla-
tion between loss of ability
to see distant objects and
the amount of close-seeing
tasks-especially
reading-that young peo-
ple do. In recent years, op-
tometrists have seen an in-
creasing amount of near-
sighted patients whose
myopia has started in high
school or college where the
reading load is even
heavier. Sometimes a
weaker prescription for
reading or watching TV
can lessen the strain on the
eye muscles and slow down
the progression of myopia.
Myopia usually stabilizes
when we enter our mid-
twenties. Contrary to
popular myth, the wearing
of glasses will not cause
myopia to increase.
Presented As A
Public Service by
DR. WESLEY GRACE
OPTOMETRIST
322 Long Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
227-1410


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teachers, for any number of
reasons." Ailes said the clinic
provides year-round classes
for these students.
Ailes said the scope of the
Clinic services have continu-
ally increased since the ser-
vice was first initiated in the
1960's. Now, operating as a
private corporation, the Clinic
provides help in every area of
crisis counselling from just
wanting someone to talk to, to
aftercare for patients released
from the State Hospital at
Chattahoochee. "The greatest
part of our service has to do
with people who just need
some trained person to listen
to their problems"; Ailes
pointed out.
Guests of the club were John
Sikes of Johnson City, Kansas,
Dr. Rick 'Morley of Panama
City and Jimmy Greer of Port
St. Joe.


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church '

2001 GARRISON AVE -- PORT ST. JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL .. .. . . . 9-45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. .... 11:00 A.M
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT . . . 7:00P.M.


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411 Reid Avenue


Commercial, Residential

Remodeling and

Service Work

CHARLES SO WELL

- 26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded

Call Shorty at

229-6798


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Samb



Tagged

Sambar deer, a nat
introduced to St. Vincent Ii
will be the subject of a three
study by University of Geor
ers. The Game and Fresh
Commission will fund the s
SRepresentatives from
agencies made a presentation
~-- to the Franklin County' Coi
week.
; b The purpose of the stud
:: basic information on the
researchers will study the (
and feeding habits, and dete
of the herd. The information
Study is expected to assist w
in managing the herd.
The study will also d
effect the Sambar deer ha
native Florida white-tailed (
_ also inhabits the 12,000-acr
The project is schedule
S September. Researchers wi
deer from both herds and
f:: radio collars. The collars
4:' scientists to monitor the mo
deer from a distance.
- St. Vincent Island. locate


SSupervisor Sche<
Registration In '
-Cora Sue Robinson, Gulf
County Supervisor of Elec-
tions, will hold an area regis-
tration on Friday; July 29, at'
the Wewahitchka City Hall,
between the hours of 1-7 p.m.,
CDT. Non-registered, eligible
voters may register to vote in


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coast between St. George Island and Cape
San Blas near Apalachicola, was a
privately owned island, acquired by the
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 1968 for
inclusion in the National Wildlife Refuge
System.
The non-native Sambar deer was
imported from India in 1908 by Dr. Ray
Pierce. From the original four animals,
the herd has increased to more than 100.
Sambar deer have also been sighted
across the coastal inlet separating the
island from the mainland, near town of
Port St. Joe.,
The project is a cooperative effort
between the Florida Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission's Division of
Wildlife, the University of Georgia's
School of Forest Resources, Wildlife
Research Unit, and the Department of
Interior's U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The project leader for the Commission
is Tom Logan, chief of Wildlife Research,
Division of Wildlife. Heading the research
project for the University of Georgia are
Dr. James Lewis and Dr. R. Larry
Marchinton.


ive of Asia
island in 1908,
e-year, $50,000
*gia research-
Water Fish
tudy.
three wildlife
n on the study
mission last
y is to gather
animal. The
d.e's habitat
rmine the size
Gained in the
wildlife experts
Determine the
s had on the
leer herd that
e island.
d.to begin in
ll capture six
fit them with
will -allow the
vement of the
ed off the Gulf


dules Voter
Wewa Friday
the City election for the City of
Wewahitchka on September 6.
The books will close Friday,
August 5, for the city election.
If you are not registered and
wish to vote in the city
election, you may register at
this time.


Pam Celebrates
First Birthday
Little Miss Pamela Grace
Holmes celebrated her first
birthday last week. The party
was held on the front lawn of
her home on July 23. The
birthday girl and her guests
. were served, the traditional
cake aId ice cream.
Those who were present to
help Pamela celebrate were
her brothers, Jeffrey and
Matthew, also her sister,
Sandra, and several cousins.
Pamela is the daughter of
Larry and Susan Holmes.


Gospel Sing At
Glad Tidings
There will be a Gospel Sing
this Saturday evening, July30,
at 7 p.m., CDT, at the Glad
Tidings Assembly of God
Church in Wewahitchka..
Featured will be "The Crea-
tions."
The public is cordially in-
vited to attend.


By Anne O'Neil Nelson
It happens to the people
you'd least expect it to.
Young, outgoing, athletic, po-
pular- the kind who are
elected to the prom court. The
kind who like to do crazy
things, have fun, take risks.
Who could imagine that driv-
ing a little too fast, drinking a
little too much, taking the
dare and diving off a bridge-
could make you spend the rest
of your life in a wheelchair?
"Spinal cord injuries hap-
pen that quickly," says Lani
Deauville, director of Flori-
da's Vocational Rehabilitation
Program. "And they are that
permanent."
Deauville should know. She
was one of the bright, outgoing
ones at 17. Ex-cheerleader,
aspiring model, high school
diving champion. Brash, con-
fident the day she dove off a
seawall in 1958. The day she
was hauled out of the water,
with a broken neck. The day
she began a new life.
Today, at 42, Deauville is
still bright, outgoing, confi-
dent. She still faces life with
the same spirit, the same
optimism. The difference is,
since that day 25 years ago,
she faces life from a wheel-
chair. And she has a message.
"It can happen to you," she
says.. "Young people think
they can beat the odds. But
you could walk out the door
five minutes from now, get hit
by a car and be spinal cord
injured."
Spinal cord injuries do tend
to happen to young people,
especially young males. Fifty
percent of the injuries affect
people under 25; of the 385
spinal cord injuries that oc-
curred in Florida last year,
321 involved males.
Diving accidents are one of
the four main causes of spinal
cord injuries; they accounted
for about 10 percent, or 41
people in 1982. Auto and
motorcycle accidents, the
most common cause of injury, -
accounted for 42 percent, or'


1st Baptists

Making .

Survey

The First Baptist Church of
Port St. Joe has' declared
August 28 - September 3
"Good News - St. Joe" week.
The intentions of the church
membership are to visit every
home in-Port St. Joe, Oak
Grove, Ward Ridge and the
surrounding area during that
week. The purpose of the visit
will be to obtain a short reli-
gious survey, but especially to
share some good news with
every home.
First Baptist is a caring
congregation and has a desire
to minister to the total city.
Through the door-to-door ef-
fort of "Good News-St. Joe"
the membership wants to let
everyone in the area know
that they care and stand ready
to minister to the total family.
First : Baptist opens her
doors for everyone. There are
continuous on-going programs
of Bible, study, worship, train-
ing, prayer meeting, etc. The
church offers the best in
Christian fellowship, recrea-
tion,- and a fine music pro-
gram' for all ages. First
Baptist also has an active
youth program. If you have-
n't visited First Baptist re-
cently-the - membership
urges you to try it!


GOOD
REASONS
to see your good
neighbor agent


CAR * HOME
LIFE *HEALTH

BILL WOOD
411 Reid Ave.
229-6514 or 229-6103
Like a good neighbor,
State Farm is there.



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157 people. Gurshot wounds
and falls are the other chief
causes.
Jim Bruce, who heads up
Florida's Spinal Cord Injury
Program, estimates that as
many as 80 percent of the
injuries among young people
are alcohol and drug related.
"Alcohol and drugs are
involved in a lot of these
accidents- whether they're
car accidents, gunshot
wounds, diving or whatever,"
Bruce said. "People just have
got to get the message that
drinking and driving don't
mix. And if they're hunting,
they should leave the booze in
the car."
Of course, he adds, having
the common sense to take
safety precautions is the best
way to keep from getting a
spinal cord injury.
"Prevention is what we're
emphasizing," Bruce said.
"Because once the injury
occurs, there's no going back.
The spinal cord does not heal
itself."
Things people can do to
prevent spinal cord injury
include:
Jump in feet first, don't dive
the first time you go to a new
water spot;
Wear a seatbelt (nationally,
92 percent of all people who
were spinal cord injured 'in
auto accidents last year were
not wearing seatbelts);
Wear protective equipment
when on a motorcycle; .
Obey speed laws and don't
combine alcohol or drugs with

Bible School
At White City
Vacation Bible School will
begin at)White City Assembly
of God on August 1st, and will
Srun through August 5th, from
6:30 to8:S30nightly. The theme
this year will be "The King Is
Coming". Rev. Charles E.
Jackson, pastor, invites all
children to participate in the
Bible School and enjoy crafts,
singing, Bible study and re-
freshments.


driving;
Take safety precautions
with all firearms;
When climbing a ladder,
make sure it's secured;
Use the handrail when walk-
ing down a steep flight of
stairs.
Bruce also emphasizes the
importance of knowing what
to do if you're there when
someone gets a back or neck
injury.
"Injuries are created when
people get improper treat-
ment at the accident scene,"
he said. "Move the person as
little as possible. If you must
move them (to get them out of
the water or out of a car, for
instance), be sure to support
the head and neck as much as
possible to keep them inmo-
bile."
. The next thing to do is to get
that person medical attention
as quickly as possible- usual-
ly the best- way is to call an
ambulance or rescue squad.
Most spinal cord injuries
are treated at hospitals de-
signated as Acute Care Cen-
ters. There are 10 in Florida,
and each has special equip-
ment and expert staff special-
ly trained in the treatment of
spinal cord injuries.
But no matter what kind of
treatment a person gets, once
the spinal cord is injured it


L


will not heal.
Spinal cord injuries are
irreversible- and expensive.
Dr. Bruce estimates that total
care- over the lifetime of a
spinal cord injured person


costs about $1 million.
Avoidable accidents cause
most spinal cord injuries. It
only takes one careless: .mo-
ment. And that one moment
can cost a lifetime,


Plumbing Problems?
CALL

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Service Calls & Repairs
Beaches and Port St. Joe
648-8353 2tp6130
21-f0


HIGHLAND VIEW

'BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.,
Welcome Friend
SUNDAY SCHOOL ....................... 9:45 A.M
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


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Citizens

Savings & Loea
of Port!


Port St. Joe, Florida

After the Close of Business June 30, 1983

Assets
Mortgage Loans and Other Liens on Real Estate ..............
All Other Loans ........... ...............................
Real Estate Owned and In Judgement .......................
Loans and Contracts Made to Facilitate Sale of Real Estate ....
Cash on Hand and In Banks . . ... . ... . . . . .... . . ... . .... . . . . .
Investments and Securities .. .............................
Fixed Assets Less Depreciation ......... .................
Deferred Charges and Other Assets ........................


TOTAL ASSETS .................. . ..................... $


Liabilities and Net Worth
Savings Accounts................................
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank ...................
Other Borrowed Money ...................................
Loans In Process ........................................
Other Liabilities ......... . .............................
Specific Reserves ........................... ...........
General Reserves ........................................
Surplus ................................................

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH ......................

Member Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
Member: Federal Home Loan Bank System
SAVINGS ACCOUNT INSURED TO $100,000.


OFFICERS
C. G. COSTIN, SR., President
CECIL G. COSTIN, JR., Executive Vice President and
Attorney
FRANK HANNON, Vice President
CHARLES J. STEVENS, JR., Sec./Treas.
JAMES E. CREAMER, JR., Asst. Treas. and Accountant
CAROLYN YOUNG, Asst. Secretary ,.
FAYE TARANTINTO, Branch Manager


DIRECTOR
C. G. COSTIN, SR.
CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.
FRANK HANNON
DAVID B. MAY

OTHER PERSON
MARION P. WILLIAMS
NANCY BUZZETT


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St Joe







10,764,216.00
277,313.00

45,658.00
1,474,377.00
168,797.00
79,721.00
1,191,677.00

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37,541.00

661,317.00
631,753.00

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E. F. GUNN
GEORGE G. TAPPER
FOREST A. REVELL
DWIGHT MARSHALL,
JR.
NNEL
RUTH W. PATTERSON
RANZA COX
JANICE BROWNELL


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rst Baptist Church
Port St Joe, Florida
-SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE K
:45 .... Bible Study (all ages)
:00. .... ... .... .Worship
(Broadcast live WJBUIAM)
:30 ... :...Church Training
:30...,..... . 1:.... .. Worship
"The End of Your Search
for A Friendly Church"-
OWARD BROWNING, Pastor


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


Auto And
Homeowners
Insurance"
JEAN MALLORY
639-5322 Wewahitchka.
Sor
785-6156 Panama City



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Physicals Set


For Athletes


Physical for all athletic,
participants of Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School for the
. coming 1983-84 school
y"ar will be offered on
S Wednesday, August 10. The,
OIysicals, to. be offered
from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.,
are offered as a one-time;
clinic, for all sports partici-
p. ants: football, basketball,
. baseball, cheerleading and'
ler girls' sports.
Everyone is asked to


meet in the Commons area
at the high school on
August 10.


Grid Practice
Starts Aug. 15
Varsity football practice
will begin Monday, August
15th announced Coach
Shaw Maddox. The time
will be announced later.


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: PAINTING
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Interior & Exterior
Pressure Cleaning for Mildew
FREE ESTIMATES
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CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Street and Marvin Avenue
,SUNDAY SCHOOL ..... . . .. 1(:00A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ...,....... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ...... .......... 6:00 P.M.
- WEDNESDAY EVENING . ... .'. 7:00 P.M.-
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MAGICAL

TOUCH


that's it. the

CLASSIFIED


SELL or BUYANYTHING!


THE STAR

Phone 227-1278
>-~ !


$75,000 Worth

of "Junk" Is


Burned Up

Gulf County Sheriff's Investigator, Phil McLeod, is
shown as he jumps back, after Igniting a pile of mari-
juana. The marijuana plants, estimated at a street value
of $75,000, had been confiscated over the past two years in
various drug busts around the county. The marijuana was
kept until its use as evidence in various cases was no
longer needed.
The dried plants went up in smoke quickly after they
were sight aflame on' Wednesday morning at the rear of
the county jail.,


U
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Tomatoes Utilizedfor State



Institutions By Farmers


Rather than abandon bush-
els of tomatoes to rot in the
fields as market prices de-
cline, some Gadsden County
- farmers ;are, sharing their
bounty with state institutions
iand other clients of the
Department of Health' and
Rehabilitative Services.
Commissioner of Agricul-
ture Doyle. Conner and his
staff made arrangements with
farmers in the tomato-grow-
ing area 'to salvage the crop
and helped with transporta-
tion of: the harvest to the
senior citizen centers, Sunland
Training 1 CentersI aid' other
client institutions.
"Our department is always
glad to cooperate with other
agencies to try to get food to
the needy, working with HRS
and other recognized agen-
cies," Conner explained. "I
also want to thank the farmers
for making these products
available, whether they made
a profit or not."
With the end of the tomato
harvest 'season, production
has shifted away from Florida
to more northerly areas. Com-
petition from other states
reduced the price to the point
where it would not pay to have
the tomatoes harvested by
hired workers. Graves Willi-
ams, one of the tomato
growers- in the Greensboro
area of : Gadsden County,
opened his farm to "gleaners"
this week, so the people served
by:HRS could share.
The gleaners, in: this case,
were inmates from institu-
tions in Leon and Gadsden
Counties serving time or on
work-release programs. Pick-
ers were !rounded up by the
HRS from Criswell House, a
center for troubled youth in
Leon County, and other juve-
nile centers along with jail
inmates and other adult offen-.
ders.
Williams said he offered to
have the! state harvest the
tomatoes ;for use in institu-
tions and to help needy people.
"I'm more than glad to
cooperate with Mr., Conner in
making the tomatoes avail-
able," Williams said. "It hurts
our feelings to see things go to
waste, but as a general rule
we would leave probably 5,000


Rifle Course
For Kids
A junior NRA (National
Rifle Association) rifle course
will be offered to youngsters in
the Port St. Joe area. Boys
and girls, age 10 years and up,
are encouraged to register
with the Community Services
for this course. To register you
may call 229-6119, between the
hours of 1:00 and 4:30 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.
The course will include both
classroom and range training
in small bore rifles. Every-
thing will 'be furnished, and
the course will be taught by
certified instructors.

CARD OF THANKS
We would like to express our
thanks to Dr. Wayne Hendrix,
the hospital staff and all
concerned for the love shown
for Audis 'Watts during her
illness.
The Audis Watts Family


to 7,000 pounds of suitable
tomatoes in the field, after we
get our one or two pickings."
The first harvest last week


delivered some 30,000 pounds ed from, for use at Chattahoo-
of ripe tomatoes to senior chee and the Sunland training
centers and to the institutions centers and other client cen-
. where the pickers are recruit- ters.


New State Law Causes

Septic Tank Fee Change


With the passage of the
water quality bill by the
State Legislature, which
went into effect on July 1 of
this year, minimum fees
for septic tank permitting
, were changed, according
to the Gulf County Health
Department, the agency
responsible for septic tank'
permitting.
According to. Winston


Prather, Environmental
Health Inspector for the
Gulf County department,-
the new septic tank permit
fees are currently in effect.
The new fees are as
follows:
Permitting, including
.plan review, issuance of
permits and- final inspec-
tion of new systems, $30.00.


Commodity

Problems

The distribution of agricul- has authorized for those in
tural surplus commodities by need," Fuqua said.
the U.S. Agriculture Depart-
ment appears to have serious r s
problems Congressman Don Laymen Service
Fuqua said last week.
Fuqua has joined other At Philadelphia
concerned Florida Congress-
men in writing Agriculture The laymext r Philadelphia
Secretary John R. Block de- Primitive Baptist Church will
manding an explanation of the conduct a laymen's service
distribution system for cheese during the 11:00 a.m. worship
and other surplus foods, espe- service this Sunday. The youth
cially as it 'affects ;Florida and young adult mission will
residents. sponsor a gospel sing at 6:00
"How is the quantity of the p.m. A singing group from
commodity available for na- Mobile, Alabama, will be the
tionwide distribution deter- featured guests of the evening.
mined? What is the formula Everyone is invited to attend
for allocating! the commodity the services.
to the states? Can you clarify
why Florida's allocation has
been substantially :reduced?"
the Florida Congressman ask-
ed Block in a letter,
Fuqua said many needy c'I Ir
people in the Second District To
have been: :denied 'surplus ,
commodities based on unclear
and confusing regulations or
rulings which .need clarifica-
tion and better definition.
Fuqua has also asked Block
to explain why there are Sherwin-Williams
anticipated delays in 'deliver- PAINTS
ing the surplus foods to PAINS
Florida.
"There is no reason why our Now At
citizens should be subjected to WeStern Auto
either unclear policies from a, on '2271105
federal agency nor delays in Phone 227-1105
receiving food which Congress



SIDING

Sales, Service & Installation

Aluminum or Vinyl Siding,
Eave Covering, Guttering,
Shingle & Corrugated Roofing
& Light Carpentry Work
FREE ESTIMATES
C. W. Ford - Port St. Joe
229-8069 or 229-6820


Site evaluation, $20.00.
Septic tank research and
soil survey program,
$10.00.
Total fee 'for issuance of
septic tank permit is $60.00.
All septic tanks installed
in Gulf County must be
surveyed and permitted by
the Health Department's
representative before in-
stallation.


S . 5:2223 HIGHLAND VIEW

I y o CHURCH OF GOD
STEMPERANCE "Where Jesus.Christ Is King
. Z& God's Love Is An
l b z Everflowing Fountain"
SSUNPA Y SCHOOL ..... . 10:00A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .'. 11:00 A.M.
GOODNESS EVENING WORSHIP.,... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING . 7:00 P.M.
FAI TH
Pastor - Ira J. Nichols


TRY US FIRST!
WE HAVE HARD TO GET PARTS FOR BOATS, LAWN AND
GARDEN EQUIPMENT, TRACTORS, MOTORCYCLES. TRUCKS
AND AUTOMOBILES AVAILABLE DAILY FROM OUR NAPA
DISTRIBUTION CENTER.

St. Joe Auto Parts Gold Hat Auto Parts
201 Long Avenue Highway 71
PortSt. Joe. Fla. Wewahitchka Florida
' 229-6222 639.5711 .


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Counseling Services In Wewa


S, -Edwin -R. Aile�, Executive
Director 6f. the Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Inc. ..has
annotmced the opening , of
mental health and psychologi-
cal counseling services in
S-Wewahitclha beginning Fri-
day, July 29': According to Mr.
Ailes, mental health services
will be available at the
Wewahitchka office of the
Gulf County Health Depar-
the mt. Clinic office hours will


be every Friday afternoon and At the Wewahitchka o
will be expanded as the need services will be available
arises, . children and adults. Indi
Mr. Ailes indicated that ai, gr6up, marital, and fa
mental health services have counseling will be 0off
been available in the past to Fees will be charged an
all Gulf County residents at be based on a sliding
the Clinic's office in Port St. .Questions or requests
Joe. He stated that the Clinic appointments should bt
is attempting to make these, reacted to the Clinic's
services closer and more office in Port St. Jo
available to everyone in need telephoning 227-1145
of services. haouti" v


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH-
JUDICIAL- CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
Case No 83-127


IN RE- The Marriage of
JAMES E. THOMPKINS.
Husband � Respondent
and
PHYLLIS ELAINE WILLIS THOMPKINS
Wile - Petitioner.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO'. JAMES E. THOMPKINS
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NPTIFED that a Petition fpr
Dissolution of Marriage nas been ilead
against you and that Pelition seeks to
dissolve your marriage tlo Petitioner. You
are required to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, If any, to the Pelltion on At
torney Fred N Wilten, Attorney for Petl.
toner, P. 0. Box 447, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456, on or before September 1. 1983
and file the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before serviceon Petitionqr's
S:Attorney o Immediately thereafter other.
*WIs a default will be entered against you
fo' or the relief sought in the Petitlion.
DATED this 22nd day of July. 1983
S HONORABLE JERRY GATES.
,. U '"CIERK'O rHE COURT. .GULF
'",f ; " OU ,, FORIDA " -
Iat Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk. ,
S . '- " � 41 7128

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA :.., O
� PROBATE DIVISION
SFile Numbeir'3-14
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DONALD E. NACE,
- Deceased. .
" ' :- NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
'..- DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
S*ESTATE AND AL OTHER PERSONS IN-
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
S-YOU ARE'H&EREB.'NOTIFIED that the
administration of the estate of DONALD
E. NACE, eceased, Ff Niumber83-14. Is
pending In the Circuit Court for Gulf'
County; Florida, Probate Divlsion.rthe'ad-
dress-o which is 1Q00 Fifth Street. Port
St.i. Joe, Florida 324568 The Personal
S Rep esantative of the'stlate Is ZENOFIA
..ACE, whose address is 621rCraviford,
etrolt, Michigain 48209' The name ard
address of Ihe personal representative's
'.horneV are'set forth below."
. `AIi persons having claims or demands
' ,. a against Ihe estate are required. WITHIN
' .' TREEE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE , FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to Ilie with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of any claim or
i, demand they may have.'Each claim must
, -' be'in writing and musl Indicate the basis
. fr the climl,.the hame and address of
'the creditor or his agent or attorney, and
S, 1e amount claimed. It thneclaim Is-noltyet
duie, the date wheh 11i will become due
shall be.stated. If the Slaim is contingent
d orunliquidated, the' nature of the un.
, i. b c'5rtamnty saV l be slated. If the-claim Is
r W9"- ee eriy .all bedesacribed
-'Tj :claimAni shall deliver sullicient
l of the claifn tolhe clerk to enable
- the clerk to mall'one copy to each Per
S sonl4 Represental've.
-Alft persons interested in the estate to


THE STAR. Port St. Js i1Til Till TRS)DAV JITLY 2R, 1983


iffice,v
ble to
ividu-
amily
ds vu


,erea.
d will
scale.
for
e di-
main
e by
(24


I,.


whom a copy of this Notice of Ad- to the West line of the NorthwestL
ministration has been mailed are re . Quarter of the Southwest Quarter for
qulied. WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM 12280 feet to a Point on the Noron
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION rngr.i.ol-way line ol a County Roa,3
OF THIS NOTICE. to tile any oniections ana Ine Point ol Beginning. Hence
tney may nave final challenge tme validlly continue Norilh lor 87 20 feet inence
ol the decadent's will. the qualifications Westl and parallel to the Sounth line of
of the personal representative or the the Norlhwesl Quarter of tne
venue or jurisdiction of the court South*est Quarter for 21000 reel
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND OBJEC' thence Souin and Darallel to10 me
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE West line of the Northwest Quarter
FOREVE13 BARRED of the Soulinesl Quarter for 64 71 '
Date of the lirst publication of this feel to a Point on the North rignh ot
Notice of Administration 281h day of Ju- way une of a County Road. thence
ly. 1983 Soutneasterly along said right ol-
ZENOFIA MARSHALL NACE. way line for 211 21 leet to the Point
As Personal Reoresentative of of Beginning Furiner descjoDed as
the Esfate of that Darl of Lot a 01 Block Cof Will
DONALD E NACE. deceased held Acres (an unrecorded subdivi.
sion) lying North of Stale Roaa No
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL 387
REPRESENTATIVE, . as. he property of tne aelendant, Jerry
FRANK A. BAKER ' . RVilh Hutcnins Thai on the 241h day of
119 River Streel , August 1983. during tht legal hours of
Blounlstown, Florida 32414 sale ana more specifically at 2-00 IESrT
Telephone 1904) 67a 5481 P.M. on the nortn steps ol Ithne County
2tc 7128 Courtnouse. I wvill offer for sale and sell to
____ ihe highest olDor for ocasn inrhand the
IN THE COUNTY COUT. BAY COUNTY described real propeny the detendam
FLORIDA E COUNTY COURT. BAY COUNTY o satisfy the above named Writ of Execu-
FLOIA lion. , �
SERVICES CORPORATION INTERNA-
TIONAL . K E. MURPHY.
dibia SMITH FUNERAL HOME. S B riff of Gul County
Plaintill, . By: K E. Murphy


vs
JERRY RUTH HUTCHINS,
. Detendant
-Case No 78-1164.CC
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is given Inal I. K. E Murphy, as
Sherifl of Gull County. Florida. under and
by virtue of a Writ ol t Execution Issued'out �
of and under the seal at this Court. In the
above slyleb matter, nave levied upon the
following described real property
Commencing at the Southwest car
ner of the Northwest Quarter of
Southwest .Quarter of Section 5.
Township 7 Soulh. Rarge 8 Wes ana
runrn1ng East 30 feel, Thence run
North 210 fee.loj. point of beginning,
'Thence tun N. Run 70 feet; thence
run E 100 teel, Ihence.run South 70
It., I hence run West 100 feel (o point
of beginning Said lol Deing in Lot
One (l Block "C" - Whitfield Acres to
Howard Creek Lyfngf and Doeg In I
Section 5, Township Sieen (7) Shn,.
Range B West. Gulf County. Fjoqlda
Commencing at the SWcorneiof the
NW-. ol Ine SW'. of Section 5,.
Township 7 South, Range 8 Wasth'
thence run East 30 feet. Finance lorth
210 feat. Hence East 10b feetyfithe
Point at Beginfiing ol thfs de~ Erp-
lion: inence East iO 110if,, hence
North 110 fleet Ifence West 110 feeet.
Ihence run South 110 feel lo Inc
Point atol Beginning, samr being a
Portlop ol Lot 1 ol Block "C" of Wnti
field Acres Subdivisioh.
Commence al iepSouthwesa corner
of Ine NorlhukwiJ QOiarier o! Ine
-Soultwest Quarter of Secien -,5 -
Township 7 South. Range 8 Wesl.
Inence East 24000 leel along the.
Souln line oft te Northwest Quarter
of Ihe Southwest Quarter of said
Secllon 5. thence Norlr. and parallel


IN THE CIRCUIT COUR
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
CLIFFORD McDUFFIE.
SPlaintif f.
vs .
.AMES M BROOKS anc
WILLIE LEE BROOKS.
Defendants
NOTICE OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY G
a Final Judgment dated
Cpse No 82-249 ol the
the Fourteenth Judicial
Gull County,.Florida. in
McDUFFIE is the Plainll
BROOKS and WILLIE L
the Detendants, the ,.nd
Courl Clerk'shall sell to
best bidder foY cash at
�the Gulf County Courth
Joe. Gulft-County. Floril
(Eastern time) on Thura
1983. the rgal property
Final JudgnVgrt and dhes
Cor~mrencing at the I
r ner of SE'I of NEA.
T5S. R11W. and run
line fbr 443 ft. tIo ne P
I ng. Therce continueI
172 feel; thence run So
Ihe North line qf P
Road, thence run Eas
side of County Road
Hence run North for
Point of Beginning S
elpg n Section 31. T
yo.nty, Florida
DATED this the 251h d
JERRY GATES, *.
Clerk of Circuit Codrt
By: isi Tonya Knox, Depi


T, FOURTEENTH
THE STATE OF
GULF COUNTY
Case No 82.249





SALE
IVEN pursuant to
June 20. 1983, In
Circuit Court of
Circuit In and for
which CLIFFORD
iff and JAMES M
-EE BROOKS are
designed Circuit
i h hinht i anri


the i.ont door of
louse In Port St.
da, at 11;00 AM.
,Mlay.-August 11,
sel forth 19 the
uribed as follows
Northeast Cor-
of Selection' 31,
West on Forty
pointt of Beginn-
to run West tot
oulh 270 feet to
resent County
it along Norlh
d loa 172 feet.
270 leet to the
ame lying and
5S, R11W, Gulf
lay of July, 1983e


uly ClerK
� 2t 7128


- ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
� '9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 P. O.Bx 1332
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410 0
� 1 *i -' | 1, REAL ESTA TESALES* BEACH RENTALS REALTOR
* After Hours: 648-8977
' 648-5011 Siles o 648-5716 Rentals orAfter 6488939
S1/800-874-5299 (ou, oa saire
MEXICO BEACH "ST. JOE BEACH WEWAHITCHKA
Carolina SI, . 2 barm. I ba trailer. Hwy 9d8 Pineda - greal guI View 2 � STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES acre
$24.000. rd I ba 578,000 Ir.lS or, ite Creek. only $30000
7th SI. 3 bdrm. 2 ba. doublewiae. Americus Ave. 3 bd 2 ,ba nice. . aown. beaJIllul land woak lreesana
$50.000 $45.000 . olling nlit
Re�,auianl well esTabl-sheo with
351h St. 2 odim. I ba beachside Fl Ave . 3, b 2 oa cn 3 dols. ocaclanale Near coasi - hur. wt
house. 60.000 $52.900 Ing fishing area gooo cash flow.
Azalea & Palm. 3 bdrm. I' ba. DeSolo SI . 2 Do. 1 Da. $43 000 owner financing available, house in
80.000 _____ ciuaad. $135.000 00
386A, 2 bdrm. 1 ba on big 1ol. BEACON HILL- 30 Acres near Te City limits deal for
s8,o.000. - ---- Hwy 98 & gulf front, A-Irame. 3 od 2 oevelopmentr, ::
. 8th Sl. 3 bdrm.. 2 ba brick home 4 ba $150000
yr8 old. 568.500 Hwy 98 & Doacon light. 2 bd. 2 ba BEACHFRONT LOTS
Fortner Ave. 2 bdrm. I oa ti-aler 545000 SI Joe Beacn Atlanic S eand
$24.000 - Joe Beacn Allani
3rd St . 3 Do I be $36.000 $59.000
61h St 3 bdm . 2 ba nouse. reduced --'_
o 49.000 T T wy. 98 & 8th St. Mexico Beach. 66
to-.0 -- OVERSTREET gull front 168.000. 60' gulf front .
7h St 2 bdrm. b. 43.000 Canal ST . 2 bd 1 Da on 1 acre. $4.000, __
341h St. 4 bdrm. 2 ba. still house 525.000. Mexico Beach. 29th ST $83.000 :
S104.000 ....-
39thSt..4Pine ST. 3 od 1 ba brick home. TOWNHOUSES ::
1104,000 -x
S 1o4.o , Gull Airc Suod. 3 Dd 2 Da duplex
42nd St. 2 bdim. Dla brick nouse PORT ST. JOE witn slUay Special features $95.000
$82.000 w good owner financing 106,-
down. bal 20 yrs 13 , Interest New Listing: 1604 Garrison Ave. ex Beacnfron, Gull Are Townhomes. 2
Circle Dr Eas, 3 bdrr, 2 bIa Dc ra nice 2 D I be nouse. $33 500 ra 2', ba starting at $86.500
home. 579,000. Now Listing: 1301 Constitulion Dr 4 28,n ST Blue Water 2 bd I,' be :
Circle Dr Weal. 3 odrm.' 2 ba crick ba.. 3 b3 many nice lealures must 59 G00
"Nan Nook Rd.3 bdrm. I oa brick 510 8th ST . 3 rd I b3 145..000 good owner hr, tO doiwn 79500
home with apt. only580.000 103 aupon 3 ta 2 Da I yr la WricK Beac hroni & 9h ST oonin Ru. ba2
nae nDod 2 j uDa 82.000 .3 odn o, 2 be
Circle Dr.. 3 bdrm 2 be near new nome. $ 2500 "0 192 000
Sbrick home. ss85.000 gin ST . 4 Dd 2 oea S30.000o ::
41at ST Sanracasle 2 DO. 1'i Da...
Gulf front & 19th St, 3 barnr. 2 oa 516 9th ST 4 Da 1 a t.23 000 ,5g 500 lurnisned
$115.000 w 550.000 down 13. inml 30 104 Yauoon. 3 odrmr. 2 Da S65000 Hwy 98 Ilt nSt Case Del Mar 2 DO
.yee - - 706 Woodward Ave 4 barm 2 ca I', Da S75000
Grand sle, 3 bdrm. I Ia' w garage 22500 __32nd St Warren James 2 bd 1' va
only 50.000. . - '- 1610 Long Ave. 4 Drrm . 2 D3 5169.500 fluniane.3
Arizona Ave. 3 odim 2 Da Only 2'.' 29.000 _ lain ST Seasiae 2 Do I' na
yre old. 578.000 619 Mariln Ave 3Da00 I'a a $331.400 S79500
Georgia Ave. 2 adim. I ba Trailer. -_:_
'onia e. 2 od 1306 Long Ave 2 a I ba $30 000 9 3'in St Pier P,,inle 2 Doa I' oa
30X 1 S. I eachside 2 bdrm .1 a Long Ave auplex. 2 ba i oa & 3 Doa 175.000
30house, 53.500. duple 4.000 w good owner ST Josepn Shores Casa Del Mar
h ouse 3..financing ,q townnouses 2 no '; ba $69 000
: 35th St & Hwy. 98 beachside. 2 d 1 515 8tn St 3 a be 525.000 Casa Del Mar Villas 2 Do 1 Da
- bea house. $55.000 515 8 St 3 Do I be $25.000 5 00
be hs , 5.- -0 1912 Juniper Ave 3 Dd Pa Da
Circle Dr..auplex. beachsile. $89.500 140 2 unper Ave 3 d r'p 3 Da3
w 520,000 down & owner financing C0 Gul2 ae pec.a 3 .
23rd St. & Hwy. 98.3 bd. 2 ba great D 2I05 Palm B . 03 ba 2 ba e 2 a
gulfview. $68.000 PrlcK home $9.0,00
S 11th St. & Hwy: 98. triplex, great in. LOTS is
vestment Is 3 bdrm 1 be dnil ana Call oar office for Info. an acreage ith as :
two 2 bdrrn.. 1 be units. 1150,000 w 2 lots Palm Blvd. 519.000 Htte down as S300.
great owner financing " Lots in SL Joe Beach w only 11.900 down.
V.' 4th St & alley. 535.500. 1 bd I ba. RENTALS 12% in 5 yr._
29th St. duplex, 2 bd. 1 Da each side, Monthly rentals available now Call. Large selection of Cape property. lots Mole
$65,000 . - . for information. -: * Ice Beach & becon HIl.
29thSt. duplex, 1 bd.ba. WARD R GE de, Canl frt property available now with
." 450. - owner flinch g.
28th St. duplex, 2 bd. 1 ba. each side, 205 Tapper Dr., 3 bd. 1 % bae. $36,000. .
155.000 ____
3mi fromMexico Bedh, 3 d.,2ba. ' HOWARD CREEK OPEN HOUSE
big house on lO acres, $72,000- . ' 2 iota, 2 bd. 1 ba. trailer, 58,700.00. SAT. & SUN.
SF Sauirrel Ave. 1 acr.. 2 bd I be. 1-5 ct
. �. GULF AIRE , mobile home, 3 wells, $23.500 00
We also nave lots still available in ,Deer Ave. g 7 ba 2 Da 538.000.00.. Gulf Aire Townhomes (Gulf
Gulf Aire with tI t,'. linan. Paved,' Ownerfinancing.... Aire Beach)
* streets. underground.ailltlie. . - "
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NJROTC Participates In Tramining


They arrived on trains, and
planes, buses and vans. They
came to attend i ofie-week'
session of brisk-and energetic
training that would make
them better prepared to take
up leadership roles in the
military and civilian commu-
nities, now and in the future.
More than 100 cadets from
Naval Junior Reserve Officer
Training Corps units from the
nation's little towns and big
cities spent a week on the
Norfolk Naval Base and NAB,
Little Creek going through
many phases of Navy life that
ranged from orientation lec-
tures to firefighting school.
They also boarded utility
landing craft at Assault Craft
Unit Two at Little Creek arid
were given the confidence of
survival training. Included in
evolutions were personnel and
barracks inspections and a
number of stern physical
fitness tests.
The week of strenuous drills
and required lectures are tools
of the NJROTC Leadership
Academy that instills in ca-
dets responsibility for self
discipline, leadership and aca-
demic excellence and which
guides' them to assume posi-
tions as class officers in'the
NJROTC program when they
. return to their respective
schools for the coming year.
This is the fourth year the


For years, I have been a
leading advocate of creating the
office of independent inspector
general in federal agencies to
serve as the public's watchdog
over spending, duplication and
fraud.
The inspectors general,
while assigned io particular
departments, do not report to
nor are they under the jurisdic-
tion of the heads of the depart-
rment. They are appointed,
directly by the'-Presidept and
:can be removed from office
only by the President.
, The effectiveness of the pro-
gram was dramatically demon-
strated last week 'by Defense
Department' disclosures of
outrageous over payment for
spare-parts. -
.. hile.-I have always been a
strong proponent of adequate
defense for Our-nation, I am just
as strong an advocatq.of getting
as much for our tax dollar as we
possibly can.
, Any money wasted is
money that could be going to
strengthening our defense
posture or, in the alternative,
reducing taxes.
The Defense Department
was one of the last to get an in-
spector general because;it had
vigorously opposed, someone
snooping around in their affairs.
. Revelations last week,
however, showed'that the Navy
paid $110 to: purchase.a part
from a private single-source
supplier that it could have got-
ten in its &wn stockroom for
four cents. In another case the
price of a simple bolt had in-
creased from 67 cents:in 1980
to $17.59 last year.
Secretary Casper Wein-
berger fortunately realized the
significance of the pattern of
overspending found by the In-
spector General and has taken
aggressive action to discipline
those who allowed such things
to happen.
Such findings give validity
to a report from the President's
Private Sector Survey:on Cost
.Control that the-Unite'd States
can save $28 billion dollars a
year through-better administra-
tive practices and keeping a
miser's eye on expenses.
This is particularly signifi
cant as the House of Represen.
tatives continues to debate the
,$99 billion military procurement
bijI now under consideration.
I congratulate Secretary
Weinberger'for his aggressive
and sensible response to the In-
spectqr General's report.
* * ' a.
On another subject, it was a
real thrill last' week to get a


Leadership Academy has
been available to cadets
.Under the direction of Capt.
Martin S. Schuman, Area Five
NJROTC program manager,
cadets in the first week's
group came from 13 states,
and one unit, Norfolk's Nor-
vtiew High School, from. Vir-
ginia. Student-cadets were
from Pennsylvania, Ohio,
New York, New Jersey, Flori-
da, Tennessee. Georgia,
Texas, Louisiana, the ,Caro-
linas, Missouri, Illinois and.
Virginia.
When this year's first week
class . was - graduates. Rear
Adm. Joseph F. Frick, Com-
mander Naval Base Norfolk,
was the inspecting officer. He
was escorted by Capt. Schu-
man, and the ceremony was
attended by officer and enlist-
ed instructors at the academy.
At the conclusion . of the
inspection, Rear Adm. Frick
told the cadets, "I would be
privileged 'to have each and
every one of you under my
command."

Capt. Schuman said, "'We
attempt to make Leadership
Academy training as intense
and demanding as necessary.
But, we also make a concerted
effort to establish a rewarding
experience for.each cadet to
take back to their NJROTC
units."


report on shuttle mission seven
from the five astronauts who
served as its crew.
Among them of course were
Sally Ride and Norman Thagard
- the first woman and the first-
native of the Second District to,
enter space.
Ride and Thagard will be
personally delivering their. report
in Tallahassee on July 29 in an
appearance before the Tiger
Bay Club.
_' By virtue of being the first
American woman to enter
space, Sally Ride has been
catapulted into being an inter-
national celebrity.
Dr. Norman Thagard, how- .
ever, is a native of Marianna and
earned two degrees from
Florida State University so has
a special relationship to North
Florida.
� Their report in Tallahassee
Son the successful seventh mis-
sion of the space shuttle will be
an exciting event for all North
Floridians.

EXCELLENT

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1978- Mercury Bobcat and
1970 Pontiac. Call anytime,
648-8922. ltc 7/28
1977 'ord (F150 Ranger), 4
w.d., swb pickup, p.s., p.b.,
tool box, am-fm cassette
,stereo, 1g. tires & rims, auto.
trans., good cond. Call 229-8789
after 5:00 p.m. ltp 7/28
1979 Chevrolet pickup truck
with camper shell. A/c., p.s.,
p.b., am-fm radio. Call,
229-8489 after 5 p.m.
1964 Chevrolet stepside,
8,500 miles on engine, $495.
Call 229-6055. ttfc7/14




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There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every
first .and third Thursday at
8:00 .pm.
GUERRY MELTON, W.M.
Joe Pippin, Sec.


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- *. $1


There are 21.NJROTC units in Florida. Dewayne Helson, shown at left, from:
Only four students from the state were Wewahitchka was one of the four. Captain
selected to go to the Academy. Cad�i lt. Martin S. Slihuman is pictured at right.
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* Find Out Land Elevations and State Requirements

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DEWAYNE MANUEL, County Building Inspector
(Serving All of Gulf County Except Port St. Joe City)

Phone 227-1930


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY.


JULY 28. 1983


PAGE ELEVEN


REAL SAT

I FOR SAL


'New Listing: 3 bdrm.,-2 ba. mobile home at Howard Creek with 900 sq. ft.
addition. Spacious, nice carpet, very good condition and only $19,600.00.
House on 2 lots with 4'bdrm., 2 ba. In excel. condo. and good neighborhood.
$39,500.00. ;
Townhouses at Mexico Beach on canal. 2 bdrm., 1'1/ ba..with boat dock.
4. $74,900.00.
Neswon the Market) 2 bdrm., 2 ba. mobile home In excel. cond. Located on 1 ,
acre of Iandd, aill andscaped and 1 block from Intracoastal Waterway: A
good slarteriretlremeni home at only 121.000.
House and land at Indian Pass Beach stretching from Lagoon to Gulf Only
$136,000 for bay and gull front property
Executive home on Ig. lot w 3000+ sq, ft. of heated living space. Four'
bdrm.. 3 be., formal IIv rm., fla. rm., fireplace In beaulllul neighborhood. By
Of.. ppt. only. . . . , . , . .
* REDUCEOI OWNE.ANXIOUp. Three bdrm., 1 be. masonry home In good
, repair. Was $33,500, now $31,500.
Two bdrm.. 1 be on Ig lot, chain-link fenced A good Invesialment for rental
property at only $29,500.00.
Three bdrm., 1% be. brick veneer in good neighborhood. Existing assum-
able V.A. mtg. at 9%%, and owner wiU-take 2nd mtg. w reasonable down
- 'payment. By appointment only. ' '
Facing the bay, 107 Hwy. 98, Highland View. Two bdrm., 1 be. w 2 Fla por-
ches, cen h&a, located on 2 Ig. lots enclosed w chain link fence, under-
ground sprinkler system, and 2 car. garage. $39,000 00 w $20,000.00
S. assumable ming. at 9'/s%. ; . ' ...
SI LOTS
-6'x146' lot w great gulf te c l j site for dLplex. Only
'$13,000.00.- "
Large lots on Cape San Bias sterling at $10,000 to $25,000 and owner finan.
cing. Only 25% down. 10 years, 12% APR.
Walerfront and waterliew lots at Indian Pass from $15,000.00 to 139,000 00.
With just 10% down, owner will finance for 15 years at 10% APR.

Hannuion Insurance & Real Estate Agency
, 221 ReidAie. . 227-1133 PortSLtJoe
. - Roy SthAssodate
Margly Wo , Ao te - 648-8231


H L T mI s c ._ G A R A G E _ S A L E S
FOR ALE aI


Lot 75x150' on .Alabama,
across from Beach Baptist
Chapel. $10,000. See W.W.
Owens, Court St., St. Joe
Beach. :. 2tp7/28
S2 lots, 70'x120' ea. Land St.,
Wewahitchka. $2,000.00 each.
Call collect 785-9308. 4tc7/28
.Three bedrpome house,
$17,500.00. Call 648-5158.
3tc7/28.
S2 bedroom' block house in
Wewahitchka. Call 639-5755.
-2 bedroom, 1 bath house for
sale,' on corner lot in Oak
Grove. For more information,
call 229688.' ' 4tp7/14
Two bdrm. house, 2 1tots, Ig.
garage, -.plenty of garden
space, new pump & septic
tank, located 1 blocks from
Wetappo Creek boat landing,
free launching w purchase.
.Must see inside to appreciate.
$18,000. Call 785-8423 for more
information or write to: Mrs.,
W. I. Eddins, 1515 DeGama
Avenue, Panama City, .FL
32405. ' 4tp7/14
Real nice lot on Coronado St.,
financing available. Call
48994 or 648-351 after 5
o'clock. . , 2tc 7/21
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S ERA� PARKER REALTY, Realtor
HIGHWAY 98 & 31st ST. 648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA 1-800(Outsde Florida)
8 MEXICO BEACH, F342-6692 (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,,
Welappo Creek property, Rentals, & Mini-Storage Sales or Rentals. ' -
Hwy. 386A-2 bdrm., stilt house on 'TOWNHOUSES
. BUSINESS , 75'x185'lot. Furnished, $38.000. , f r
"""' I"NITIES " / *- ._- "QGull front neW 2 bdrm, 2/ ba cedar
OPPORTUNITIES Arizona Dr.-Stone & cedar. 3 bdrm. townhouses. All appliances. $110 000
2 bea, cathedral ceiling, skylights, or make offer
Proven Profit Earner serving Port fireplace, many extras Owner must
StL Joe nd beaches area. New move. Reduced, $76,000. Pier Pointe Townhouses. 2 barm, *IV
modernly equipped restaurant w ' Ave be., Ig. garden tub In full bath; 2
eat-In or carry out faclit ies. Fortner Ave-2 bdrm., Ig screen cypress decks, cedar siding. custom
Located on Hwy.98, Port SL Joe. . porch, fireplace, carpel, storage bdg lighting, range, dishwasher, and
f3es7.250.00or d ll $5 d.rd
q Ar((ft -A'nfI'l give Im. 4th St -2 bdim,."abacon 5i'.l1i BViS iR
mediate possession of operating shaded lot. $36,000. Assumable mor. walks & more. $73,500."
business. Consists of beer bar, tgage _____ Unobstructed beach view, luxurious 3
pool table, plaza and snacks. Beachside of Hwy. on 34th St bdrm. 3 ba. townhouses wi2 car
Equipment a1d Inventory Inolud- Quadiaplex each unit has 3 bdrm., 2 garage on bluff overlooking beach.
ed. Great in town location. Call be. $53,00000 ea 1,800 eq. ft. cen h&a. all appliances.
for details. - 12th St.-2 bdrm, I be.. cath. ceiling, 150,000.
,Waterront motel.9 un close to jenn-aire, furnished. $45.000. Beachaide canal front townhouse w 2
S Beachslde 42ndrSt- bdrm., 1 b . bdrm., 2V bea., cen hlsa. all ap-
flshing pier. Also Includes beer & Beachside 42nd St-2 bdrm., I be . pliances. boat slip fo r each unit.
bait shop. 381h Street. Mqxico furnished. $83.500.00. financing avail , 800.
S B ach. Beachside Circle Dr.-3 bdrm.. 2 bae. 2,00 . ' " .'a . b u 'i
Swglassed porch, furnished. $79.000 200'Irom Guf .2 bdrm .2' ba. units.
: ' Financing available Kit 8 bath anEuropean style
Financing available. cabinetry. 2 decks, cen. h&a, carpet &
MEXICO BEACH Hwy 98 & 24th St -2nd lot from appliances Included $79,500 Owner
urnlshed apartments close to beach, cb with IIreplace,3 bdrm. 2 financing with 25�1% diwn.'
Furnished apartments close to .' S P68. 000e b i
beach. Screen porch. 2 storage bidgs I . " . -- 38th St. Phase IV Townhouses blit
equipped wl washer & dryer. Call or Beachside Circle Dr.-3 bdrm.. ? be. by James Tyson Co. Two & 3 bdim
terms & details ' brick home, includes all appllarces.. units available. 2nd from beach
--- b fireplace, furnished, only 3 yrs old s87;900 or S72 500
Gull ron 2 bdrm. ba. completely $84.000. Financing available Coronado Townhouses overlook Gulf
l'furnlshed. ExcellenI rental $74,000. l -- - Coronado Townhouses Ovrlook Gulf
" s r ,Beachside 43rd SI -3 bdrm.. 2 be w on St Joe Beach. 2 bdrm.. I'/E be Ap-
Grand Islen- 3 bdrm,2 ba. noewcedar place to build boat dock on anal pliances, ceiling an custom cbs.
home. can. ha. wallpaper. carpe . ' leading to Gulf Owner financing with private 'balcony patio. Call usE o
'vinyl, Iront & back decks, washer & ', down & balance at 10.. $869,500. sa 85.0o 00.
dryer hook-up plus single car garage. Grand - brm. I be nice brick Waterfront luur tonhou . T
55800 As is Grand Isle-3 bdrm 1 be e brick Waerfont luxur to ouses. To
house efficiencyy apt. adjoining on & 3 bdrm. 2' be. units on 37th St
Grand lsle- 3 bdm. 2 ba. new cedar 2 nice lois. $79.000. Completely furnished ready to live or
home w dbi. garage, deck on front &
back.con.hea.carpet&vinylwelk-in 26th St--3 bdrm. 2 be, 2 story vacation in. Elec. kitchen
co .5..S. house, lot size 75x100' $46,000 woshwasher. garb. dIsp, washer &
finished w/ranget dishwasher, gar- rand sle Subd.-3 bdrm., 1 ba . with dryer. Jenn-aire grill. 2 sundecks 1
-bage disposal & ligntl ixtures. grapevines & shadetrees.heatl pump. Sl O.000 115 000.
89500. _ 50.000. _e b r
Corner 26th St. & Hwy. 98. Two 1 Beach6soe 34th St.- 4 bdrm Stilt l New 2 bdrm.. w 'i be cea
bdrm, ats One' upslairs has ig. house with great gulf view, $104.000. townhouse with furniture ap
undckdonstair eds screned Beachsde Circle Dr.. brick duplex andeck, ouindehowstaerws has suot & cold
porch. Appliances included. Has ex- with 2 bdrm. I v be each side water. $. 500
cel. rental history. $75.000 Owner Comp. furnished, cen. h&a $36.206 Corner 14th St Hy 98. Seaside
financing. mong alt 9PM $8500 " ' Corner 14th St & Hwy 98. Seaside !
financng.. 3- d . a oncanelw at 9 "" ' Townhouses 2 bdrm I, babe..
Ig. boat dock, includes stove &,ellg ST. JOE BEACH: sunken liv m.. refrig.. oishwaer.
hascn h&.$74.500 20,000down. 3bdrm., 2ba. home w/pool. privacy microwave cn hdrr. . peli t.ng anrs.
owner financing lence & many Other ext as. on 2 lots. Construction price. $69.500.00 Finan-
2nd St.. 3 bdrm.. 2 ba. double-wide You must seal Owner financing wl ' cing available -
mobile home on 1'/ lots of beautiful $20.000 down. $78.500 --nO, ED E m 2
grassed lawn, fireplace W/marble Coronado St. 1',blacks to beacn 4 U from beech site of cedar and stucco
rth ack deck & ment bdrm. 1 b house w/uilly m & ownhouses with 1.120asq t. of giving
drive. 5,6. ' front screened porch. Also includes 1 area. Studio & bdrm . with cathedral
4 bdrm. bba, stucco 2 story house, bdrm 1I be apt wiluinishings. Ex " ceilings. I'I ba. all appliances 291h
on 50'x22' lol, d.w., stove, ceiling ' cellent rental, 41,900. St. 5 $70.000.00


fans, many extras. Sea St. $69.000.00.
3 bdim .2 be. brick on nice corner lot,
Ig. screen porch, garage, vacuum
system, can. h&a; carpet & more. Fla.
Ave. & 8th St. $68,500.00.
MOBILE HOME on commercial lot,
across'from Chamber of Commerce
on 31st St. 2 bdrm., i'ba., new
carpeting & roft, $30,000.00.
.Corner Virginia & Fla. Ave: -New,
mddular w/brick; 3 bdrm., 2 be.,
fireplace, screen porch, fence.
75'x112.5 lot. $55,000.00. Terms.
Tenn. Ave.-3 bdrm., 3 be., pool,
fireplace, jenn-alre range & grill,'
many extras. Financing available.
*$96,000 .. - "
" Corner 6th & Fla. Double-wide on '
lots, 2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm., 2 be., In-
cludes appliances. S48,000
Corner Palm & Azalea St. - Nice 3
bdrm.. 2 be., brick & stucco. Includes
appliances & store. house, fenced yd.
$59,500. Adjoining lot available
Virginia Ave.-2story, 1 Ig. bdrm,
screen porch, downstairs unfinished,
Shas wiring & plumbing. $45.000
"Hwy 386-A--Doublewlde mobile
home, 3bdrm.,'2 be. on 1.05 acres.
Good terms. $49,900.
7th St.-1981 doublewide mobile
home, brick foundation, 3 bdrm., 2 bea.
$5,000. ___
29th St. at Hwy. 98 - 2 newly con,
Sstructed, stilted 4 bdrm., 2 ba. beach-
houses. Unfurnished $79,000. Fur-
-nished $84,500.


Columbus St., '/i block to beach, 3
bdrm., 1. ba. home, block ,w/brick
veneer, appliances, workshop. Fami-
ly rm w/built-in bookcase & panelling.
$48,000. .
WHITE CITY
2 houses and c.b. stor. bldg. '/i mile
from.lntracoastal. $64,000.. .
Brick home on 252's25' lot. S35.000
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 olaer house
& furnishings Call for details.
PORTST..JOE
Comfortable 3 bdrm, home. on IV
lots, has fireplace, calling fans, 3 yr.
old roof & more, Famly neighbor-
hood. Yaid fenced on 3 sides, shade
trees. 512 8th St. $32,000. '
Tapper Ave. &Saunders .Circle, new 3
bdrm., 2 be. home. w/cedar siding,
double garage & heat pump. On '%
acre. $68,000. .
LOTS FOR RENT'
2 lots ready for mobile
home, have septic tank,
water & power hookup.
Georgia Ave., Mexico
Beach.


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


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
be on over a 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
ba. ea. or 2 bdrm., 2 be.' home.
$26,500. Good financing.
3rd St. & 4th Ave.-3 bdrm., '1 be.,
fireplace, fence, $38,000.
WEWAHITCHKA
Transfer Lending Rd. Almost an acre,
close to Chilpola River. 4 bdrm., 2 ba.
unfurn. double wide. Enough room to
add several trailers' .for -Income.
$23,500. '
5 acre tract, with mobile home, in-
cludes nice barn & stor. bldg., land's
prepared for garden. $24,500. Near
Wewahitchka.
Hwy. 71 (Dalkelth), 3 bdrm., 1 be.. ap-
prox. 1 acre, $18,000.
KINARD
3 bdrm., 1 bc frame home w/front and
back deck, 2 wells, fireplace & sits on
6.36 acres. $28,500.


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


Tupelo honey. Harvie Ken-
nedy, 229-6163. 124 2nd Ave.,
Oak Grove. 4tp7/28


Pioneer KP-5005 am-fm
stereo cassette with super-,;
tuner; Kraco 3 band, 50 watt,
Grafic equalizer; 2 Jensen
triaxial; in good shape, $130..
Call David at 227-1336 before
six p.m. or 229-6836 after six
p.mi. . Itp


Complete stereo component
system for sale. Includes all
connections, includes 4
speaker, 2 turntables, tape
deck, receiver, equalizer. Ask
for John Doolittle, St. Joe
Police Dept. ' ltp 7/28
Must Sell: Silver .female
shepard dog, 6 mos. old, good
with children, will make a
good watch dog, $25. Also cute
kittens, 2 mos. old, free. Call
2294-6154. It
- 15' fiber glass boat, 1974 20,
h.p. Mercury motor, excel.
cond. $700 firm. Call 229-8793.
2tp7/21
Boat motor, like new, 1982 40.
h.p. Mariner. 229-8961..
2tc 7/21
1967 Starcraft boat 18', fiber-
glass hull, 120 h.p. Mercruiser.
Also 25 m.m. focal camera,
$130 or bist 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
tfe6/30
Boat, motor anid trailer,
$1,500. Call 648-5306. tfc7/14
: - -

- WATKINS PRODUCTS
Can Be Purchased at
Indoor Flea Market
414 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
2294=23


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SATELLITE ANTENNA
dealers needed. No experience
required. Dealer cost for com-
plete 'unit as low as $747.
Retail $1395. Call 303-574-4763.






Mechanic to maintain
fleet of light and heavy
trucks. Minimum ten (10)
'years experience in
gasoline and diesel. Must
have own tools, be of good
.,character and furnish
references. Apply by
August 5, at Gulf Coast
Electric Coop., Wewahit-
chka. An Equal Opportuni-
ty Employer.

Wanted: Students, house-
wives, anyone, that can use
extra income. Routes opened
in all parts of Port St. Joe. Call
Mr. Cox at 2294019.
Security guard position
available. Call 2290-64154 bet-
ween 12 and 3 p.m. or call
Panama City, 904/7694723.
Stfc 7/14
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


Yard Sale: 208 2nd Ave.,
Highland View, Friday 8-6.
Cancelled if raining .'I


Yard Sale: Thursday, Fri-
day and Sat., 519 3rd St. in
town. Two families, 8 a.m. un-
til these gone.
Yard Sale: 1008 Marvin
Ave., Sat., July 30, 8 a.m. till
4:00.2 families.





Private camper site for
rent, all hook-ups, on the Gulf
at Indian Pass. Call 227-1819 or
229-8814.


4 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, big
chain link fence, Ig. yard, new
kitchen cabinets, just
remodeled. House at -706
Woodward Ave. Call 265-4354'
or 227-1738.. ltc 7/28
For Rent: Unfurnished'
house in White city. 3 bdrm., 1
bath, large liv. room & dining
room. Call after 4:30, 229-6825.


Deposit required. 4tp7/21

Travel trailers for rent
day,- week or month (2 day,
minimum)., Rustic Sands
. Campground, 15th St., Mex-
ico Beach. 648-5229. tfc 7/7
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.
Room for Rent: by day,"
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. . tfc 7-1
SKI BREEZE
Camping, mobile home, 2
bdrm. apt. and campers for
rent, day, week or month. On
the gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Reniee Schlickman.
Reqi 2294-6$05? . tc:1
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.


LOST: $75.00 in bank
envelope. Call 227-1370, Luver-
ne Ramsey. -










SHALLOW WELLS.
2294-6380 Joe
Child care in beaches area,
drop-ins welcome. , Call
648-8432. 4t7/28

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



Unplanned Pregnancy?
Concerned Sympathetic
Help
* Pregnancy Termination
* Skilled doctors on duty
* Birth Control Counseling
'Devices
* Free Pregnancy Testing
Family Planning
2444-0890
Fort Walton Beach
tfc 7/28


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THE LEARNING CENTER
I [Mexico Beach
648-8435
^ - "TOTAL CHILD CARE"


4 Due to the demand for child care in the beaches area,
The Learning Center has moved to Mexico Beach. For
total child care, call
SGLENDA WHITFIELD- 648435
G DROP-INS WELCOMED
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Conrad's Lawn Service,
paint and trim, and light
carpentry work. Cheap. Call
229-8901 or 2294-6580 anytime.
tfc 7/7
FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers
,;: & Gifts' r
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F, S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
tfe 7/7

SNeed someone to help with
spring cleaning or regular
domestic employment? Call:
Gloria Bryant 229-8085; Sarah
Smith 229-6130; Ida Peterson
229-6130, Renell Thomas 229-
6229, Angela Brackin 227-1555,
Janic Moris 22946206, Debra
Bailey. 229-6313, Ola L.
Thomas 229-8949, Pearl Win-
.field 229-8949, Antoniette
Lenox 229-6980, or Darlene
Cherry 229-866. tfc 5/4


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


COSTIN INSURANCE
'AGENCY, INC.
All Forms f Insurance
322 Reid Ave., PortSt. Joe
Phone 2294899




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


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
. 319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6-5
* Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
'work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
Air Conditioning - Heating
Refrigeration - Appliance �
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
,Electric - Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle

ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work - Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day 12/83

PAINTING
S Spray or Brush
by ,
Blalock Construction Co.
2294"924
4tp7/14


J. Walter (J4"y)
Johnson Construction Co. ,
New Homes * Additions
C f Decks
Call Us for Free Estimates
229-8757
tfc7/7
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SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


The Sewing Room
S410 A ReidAvenue
Sort St Joe, Florida O111v

-"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"




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




REEVES FURNITURE &

" REFINISHING SHOPPE \
* Phone 229.6374

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




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

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
Memoor Professional Picture Framers Assoc.


648-8914


Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours).

Gables Welding Service
PORTABLE Certified
Welding, all work
guaranteed. 14 years ex-
perience. Includes heavy
and light equipment, boat
rigging,'etc.
For Free Estimate
Call Roger Gables
2294981
1 4tp 6/30



Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
220 Reid Ave.
Ph. 229-8536
i HOURS: Monday - Sat.
Sa.m.-5p.Mn.
(Open during noon hour)
Open after 5 p.m. by appt.
Waunela Brewer PatB ohman
Owner . Assistant
(Used to be at 116 Mom-ment)


"I think it was something I ate."



kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


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SOz. Mrs. Smith's
IPPLE PIES .
SOz. Snow Crop
, ALIVE.. ....


Count Birds Eye
:ORN ON COB


169


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1/z Gallon Kraft
ORANGE JUICE
10 Lb. Bag Fine Fare
CHARCOAL ...
16 Oz tBush's
PORK & BEANS


E..99


SOz. Kraft American
Cheese Singles 1
Lb. Farm Geold
MARGARINE .....99
lazola Margarine . 69'
Ok Merlco J
utter-Me-Nots . 1/88


1.69
.. 1.59
3/99"


Fresh Heads

Lettuce


18 Oz. Kraft C 16 Oz. Cair Beauty
APPLE-GRAPE JELLY . .69 SWEET MIXED PICKLES
24 Count Tetoey Family Size 12 Oz. Cans 1
TEA BAGS..... .. 1.29 RCCOLA. . ... Pack
ILb.No Brand . 1 532 O.L
POTATO CHIPS ... 1.59 GATORADE ....... 6.8'


CREME ZIPPER or WHITE ACRE
FRESH PEAS
HAMPER WHITE ACRE PEAS ..


YELLOW SWEET
Corn ... 4a..69'


....... b.58C
....... bushel '10.95


Mountain Grown
Pole Beans


SWEET CANTALOUPES and ICE COLD WATERMELONS


White - HAMPER $12.95
Butterbeans ,b.6
Golden Ripe Bananas .......39
Fresh Crisp Bell Peppers . .6/78+
Golden or Red Delicious
APPLES................. 49.


Full Box TOMATOES......


Vine Ripe


Tomatoes


...... $4.95


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510 Fifth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida



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