<%BANNER%>
The star
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028419/02488
 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1983
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
notis - ABZ6320
lccn - sn 95047323
System ID: UF00028419:02488

Full Text
~1'


V


Industry-Deep Water Port-Fie People--Safest Beaches in Florida


School Starts Early for


Band






It'll be two weeks fronim
today before students final&
ly start to' crack the books
again, but some have al-
ready got the school year
underway.
The High School "Band
of, Gold" has started 'pUll-
scale all day rehepasals
from now until school
opens on August 1'S, getting
ready for their part in the
football season.
T .ese photos show the
casual manner the bAnd
members approach the ser-
ious business of practce&
In the top photo, Wayne
Land, director,: coaxes a
crescendo out of his young
musicians.
Patrick McFarland gives
the trombone his full atten-
tion in the second photo.
Sherrie Creel uses the
cymbals to give the drum-
mers their rhythm beat.
From left to right are Chris
Kennington, Tommy
Humphrey, Richard Jack-
son, John Sculley and Da-
vid White.
Practicing his cornet is
Mitchell Bouington.
-Star photos


City Spi



Definitely

The City Commission officially set the millage
for the coming year's tax Iilling at 3.494 mills in a
special session last Thursday afternoon. The mill
rate is slightly higher thkj last year's levy, and
will bring in slightly more tax revenue than last
year. .' t
Overall, the City's budget will be increased by
13 percent over last year's budget total. Only part ,
will be financed by tax levies with the remainder
Coming from increased 'revenue from other
sources.
, The new City budget contains no new services
but some new approaches to old services. Some of
,the changes cost more, andsome will cost less. All
are expected to cost less in the future, than they do
at the present time. .
Capital bitly,ifor th, City's share in the
garbage compaction statiort in the southern half of
Gulf County, is the largest-reason for increase in
the new- financial' lan.'.The change in garbage


Will BelncreasedByl3%


disposal methods is expected to cost the city some
$175,0.0, but only $25,000 of the project is included
in the present budget. Otherilarge increases are in
wages for City employees, who. will receive
approximately six percent in wage increases and
a generous hike in the cost qf health insurance for
City employees. 'Health insurance costs are,
expected to go up by at least 60 percent.
TOTAL BUDGET
The City budget program is made up of four
separate funds, only one of which involves ad
valorem tax levies. The remaining three funds are
supported through the collection of fees for
services rendered.
The General Fund budget-the one which ,
.gets all the tax- money-Will be $1,118,018. this :
coming year, or' an increase of $58,349.00. Water
and Sewer Fund, paid for 'by water, sewer and
garbage collection fees, has budgeted $578,405.00.


Woman Accosted tan Ci


SKidnap andAttempted Rape Reported In


Port St. Joe had its first four years ago. He said the no real si
taste of big city crime tast Department has several leads : have a cc
Wednesday at noon, whey a toward solving the case, but the suspect
woman was forced at gun-
point to drive a young ipan ,
around the city ard eventually "
to a wooded country 'rpad
where a' rape attempt was , `
made. .. R2500 Rew
A Tallahassee woman, rpak-
ing a delivery of supplies -
the Health Department bil- ,A reward was posted and 'is
ing here' in Port St. Joe: was expected to grow in amount, for
accosted: as.'she left the information leading to the arrest and
building, after making: her conviction of the person who attacked
deliveries last Wednesday the womdn outside the Gulf County
forced into her car at gun- Health Department office last Wednes-
point and forced to drive aWAjy, day.
with her captor ' M .- e. Magldson, 'president.-of ..then,
- According s Chamber of .Commerce, said the
vesAtiatord f Iesd the , org', nation has received money the
uvestigatr, , his lahe .past" couple of days and it has been
young maor aly0, s laute posted with the Chamber to be used for
teens or early 's, was about i., ar .. t_ , a .e .
five feet, six inches tall and
weighed approximately 130 to
140 pounds. The assailant .
wore dark blue pants, a blue a p s
work shirt and had on a blue 'O p
cap. He wore an earring in his
left ear.


McLeod told The Star the
young lady was leaving the
Health Department building
at about 11:30 Wednesday
morning, wilen the young
black map came up to her car
as she was getting in, pulled
,the gun 'and forced his way
into the' car. The young
woman was forced to drive the.
young man around in her car
until they headed out Indus-
trial Road. The young woman
Said she was forced to drive
down an isolated dirt trail on
Industrial Road where the
man ordered her to stop the
car and dis-robe. The woman
said she talked to the man
while she was undressing, in
an attempt to talk the young
man out of what she consid-
ered to be an impending rape.
The woman offered the man
the money she had with her
and her car if he would go
away and leave her alone.
The young man finally
agreed to the deal but made
the woman go ahead and strip
down to her underwear before
he drove off and left her
stranded, near naked, in the
woods.
The woman made her way
to Industrial Road, where she
hailed a'wood truck and was
taken onto" White City.
The wood trutk driver said
he thought the young lady was
a jogger at first, but as ihe
drew nearer,- he saw the
situation ;was different and
stopped to give her aid?
The truck driver left the
woman at' Kirkland's Store in
White City, where the Sheriff's
Department was called at
about 1:00 p.m., and notified
of the attack.
McLeod said the, woman's
car was located about an hour
later near the Port St. Joe
Water treatment plant, aban-
doned on 'a dirt road. He said
Sheriff's "Deputies located
footprints leading away from
the car and trailed them to the
vicinity of North Port St. Joe
before losing the trail.
McLeod said this is the first
such case to happen in Gulf
County since he joined the
. Sheriff's Department some


suspects as yet. "We but no result
composite drawing of make an a
ct we are .irculating, McLeod toll


fbr the 1983-84 fiscal year. An increase of $28,652.00
is shown in this fund, and the C6mmission sees the
need for an increase in .fees charged for the
services. Some changes will probably be made in
both the services offered and the fees charged
during the coming year.
Oak Grove Water and Sewer Fund is a
self-supporting service operated for the people of
Oak Grove. The hew budget for this service .is
$31,500.00, for an increase of $35.00 over the
previous year.
The Wastewater Treatment Plant,,4s usual,
has the largest single item in the overall city
financial picture. The Wastewater Treatment
Plant has budgeted $3,832,113,00. The Wastewater
budget showed a reduction of $760,000.00. due to.
some construction projects at the plant winding:
down.
The City is facing a total budget of:
$5,618,385.00..


tty Streets


iBroad Daylight

ts strong enough to "The case is under real"
rrest' on as yet", intensive investigation right
d The Star. ' , now", McLeod said.


Magidson said at present. $2,500
has been deposited with the Chamber to
be used in the reward. "Since the fund
started two days ago, we have had
several businessmen say they wanted -
to contribute to the reward fund",
Magidson said. "I don't know how the
. .fund will be, but at the present time it is
up to 52,500," he said.


Magidson said the Cha
been asked to handle the re
and act as a manager for the
4*. " ' . *'


be received. He said anyone may
donate to the fund by calling thi
Sheriff's office - 227-1115 - and a
Chamber member will contact the
potential donor. Magidson-said dona-
-tions may be turned in to the Sheriff's
Department also.
"We are using the Sheriff'niimlier
b� n.i . it iR mnwi d A24 h urs a da. and


amber has someone is always there to receive any
reward fund call which may come in", the Chamber
e pledges to president said.

IC J ,31-
' -" l -N'** '; *** ' r �


Game for Mechanicical

Drags Despite Protest


,I One of the best tourist tended all ydar round.
seasons ever is being exper-, What happened to-the bill?
fenced by the coastal areas.of' According to Anna Marie
ulf County this year, drawn Hartman from. te' Depact-
4lere by the Gulf of Mexico and ment of Natural iResources.
is beaches. . office,' a version 'of the .bill
\'Beaches, notwithstanding, made it through the House of
dhe of the huge tourist draws'. Representatives, where it met
to Gulf County has been the with approval along with
lowly scallop found in St. several other bills introduced
Joqeph Bay in profusion about' on seafood harvesting and
this time each year. This year, protection. The bill passed
the, scallops have drawn re- easily, but didn't make it
cord crowds to harvest the' through the Senate in time for
sweet tasting mussel. Scallop- approval.
ers are here in unprecedented, Still, the total ban on
numbers, wading the shallows; mechanical scalloping was
and snorkle diving in the not approved by the House of
deeper water for the tidbits. Representatives, as local in-
As Of Mondayf this week, terests requested.
the waders and the snorklers ,Local interests r quested a
had some keen competition bill on a total ban of mechani-
from the dra.ggers. cal harvesting from the local
he draggerse arvest- delegation in Legislature, pre-
The draggers are harvest- umably by a local bill.
ers of scallopers by drags or Somehow or other, the bill
mechanical inethods. These' became included in a group of
people are usually after the bills related to seafood, intro-
mollusk for commercial rea- duced by the Committee of
sons, and have been the target Natural Resources, which had
of th6 waders and snorkelers in its main emphasis on shrimp-
attempts to get their activities .
out-lawed over the past few (Continued on Page 3)
years.
Mechan ical harvesters 1
damage the vegetation on the : ]��
'bay bottom, the waders and
is .a longtime in correcting; :17 h � sic
itself in a sensitive area where'
'many sea, animals used for A l

The scallops are. usually Th
here in numbers only in the According ;to Shaw I
warm months. This is'the time football coach of Port
of the year when the waders physical examinations will
andi norklers are also here in Wednesxay for those nwho
numbers to harvest the scal- patingin any athletic progr
lops. School this coming school


Just a few years ago, 'local.
sportsmen: and people inter-
ested in the pleasant pastime
of harvesting scallops by hand
banded together and were ,.
successful in having the south'
half of the Bay closed to
mechanical scallop harvest-,
ing from the months of May .
through July. An attempt was
made this year to have the ban
on mechanical harvesting ex-


s';"' -~


Do you know this man? Above is a composite drawing of
the attempted rapist as described by his intended victim. If
you think you know this man, call the Sheriff's office at once.




l Exams Offered


tic Participants


Maddox. head.
St. Joe -High,
be given next
aill be parti.-
am at the High-.
year.


Maddox has said tne examinations will
be given in one! big program to everyone
who expects to play everything from .
football' to tiddly-winks, to cheerleading.
This is the first time the school has,
scheduled physical examinations at the
same time ini one big operation but
Maddox said several doctors have volun-.,
teered their tine for this ,day to perform'
all the exams at one time.


& The physical will be held next
Wednesday, August 10 from 9:00 a.m., to
'3:00 p.m. at the school .
Maddox said the examinations will be
given to all participants in football,
basketball, baseball, cheerleading and
other.girls' sports.
Every participant in high school
athletics must have the examinations if
they expect to participate in the sport.
Every potential participant who wishes to
have the physical are urged to meet in the
Commons area at the high school next
Wednesday.
The examinations are being provided
to all participating students in grades
seven through 12.


-' ' ' 7~ ' -


," .'2 - '.e� '"""


ard for Information


I , 1 ", -.


r
"i '*'-'











Editorials and Comments


THE STAR
THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1983 PAGE TWO


Somebody come up with the q
--the other day that we need so
. zoning in our county to prevent
I 'p d from being used improper
'and to protect the investment
people who have property in.
county.
This idea has come up so often
' the past that we probably don't p
any attention to it any more.
SLike any suggestion of chan
S the idea of zoning has been one to
shunnednd in the past. There wasn'
--whole lot of building going on outs
the city limits in the county and
incorporated cities had zoning
dinances.
. Then came the attraction to I
" suburbs in our county. Then ca
;.the attraction of better subdivision.
,;:Then came the attraction of I
, - b'aches we have experienced ti
' year. Along with these attraction
comes the inevitable encroachme
--on. someone else's property with
..structure the one already on locati
:.*had rather not have near or besi
S..his property.
. A good case in point is t
. , attraction of townhouses at t
".beaches. Townhouses are attract,
Most have- evidently used t
services of an architect. Nobody
: yet, has just started building
building and had it turn out to be
townhouse-or just call it a tow
S house for want of something else



S' No the
T "Erma Bombeck fears she is 1
t last prude left in North Amerii
because the language on television
by lecturers, on records' in boo
"and even in classrooms, startles h
:-M" :::' : Mrs. B'ombeck "says" she
* shocked by the prolific- use,
public, of words she "used to get n
mouth washed out with soap f
using".
- We'd like to inform Mrs., Bo
beck she isn't the last prude
America and not the last one to
: shocked and embarrassed by t
* turn the English language seems
have taken here of late; or at lea
* our "entertainment" media, wou
have us to believe this is t
commonn" language of the day.
' : We will agree with one thin
I. Language today has become ve
common from many people who.m
" : would expect better from.
. Maybe we have led a shelter
life here in Port St. Joe. Maybe.v
ji. t don't understand what th
,: mbdern world is saying to us; but m
:still get embarrassed when wF, s

� .: ".. .g,


uip call it.
me As nice as the current crop of It was Christmas Eve and, were resolved ta
Our 'townhouses are, there are probably the year was.1958. I had been, as we were at
rly some owners of single family working during the holidays at .. head-on into t
of dwellings who had rather not have a super market in Jackson car, the driver
Mississippi and had just 'got- i-right, running c
the. multi-family dwelling nextto their ten off work at three p.m., and the road. Rodc
home. They don't object, to the started-for home, and I was weeds were f
i in appearance, you understand, but the traveling the fastest way; I where. The d
thought of a multi-family dwelling in was hitch-hiking. Home was' managed to get
tay ion here nly single family Pensacola, Florida, and it was.,car back on the
a location where only single family very cold. . again took his pli
dwellings have existed before is My first ride carried me to lane. My heart
ge, bound to cause hard feelings. Hattiesburg, Mississippi. I
be If there was zoningin' our was stranded there for about'
there was zoning in our an hour before I caught'.
t a county, this situation wouldn't exist. another ride. That ride carri-
ide If a location was. zoned for both ed me to Gulfport and I was ^
the;: , townhouses and single family dwel- there about another two hours '
or- lings, both occupants uld say (till dark-thirty) before I'
lings, both occupants could say cgtanot de to
..caught another ride to Pasea--'
nothing when their co-existence goula, a distance of about'
the became a reality. They could expect thirty miles east of Gulfport:'-
me it. If they wanted to live in a location He let me out and wished me a
ns. strictly to be inhabited by single Merry Christmas, and there I
the family dwellings, beer joints, chur- stood, fat, dumb, and cold
until about ten o'clock. I knew
his' ches,'schools, ping pong parlors' or then that i should have taken
Ons what-not, they could select their the bus, but it'was far too late
ent choice and be fairly confident of for that.
a what the future held for them. It occurred -to me that i
on As it now Standsin Gulf might miss Santa that cold
ion As it now stands in Gulf County, winter night. As it turned out I
ide a person could go out on the beach, did, and I came close to
put up a 10-acre hog pen beside the missing him forever.
h- ' Florida Bank's Beach Branch or a seemed like an eternity
e b n. before a car finay stopped. I
the. bowling alley beside the Beach picked up my small bag and
ve. Baptist Chapel, and there's nothing tried to run to the car, but I
he. the Bank, or the Chapel could do or was too cold to run, so I
dy, legally say about it. walked in fast jerking steps as I
a i er w e ge i a ,, ' .fast: as I could. ;+
a Before we really get into a It's hard to express how
Sa 'building boom here on our beaches, good I felt when I sat down in
vn- we think there needs to be a look that car. I was so happy. that
to 'taken at zoning. teurs welled .up in my eyes.
"to .t.ake� at zoning. "Friend," I said, "you don't
know how much I appreciate
your stopping to pick me up."
SThe driver said nothing, but
'started the car and drove on.
y e, "Where. ya headed?" IU

the one of the gutter words printed in a conversation. He continued
ca public place where those with us can driving, saying nothing. About
on, also see them. this time I noticed he was
�ks We have been told that the didn't mind because I was
er. prolific use of these words shows a. sorta in a hurry myself.
is "lack '" o1-" vocabulary 'i"nough to In 958 Highway 1o; ''
in adequately express ourselves. Well; between Pascagoula and Mo-
nmy many times we can't think of a word bile was a two-lane highway.
for to express ourselves, but one of becausewhen w e were abt
these gutter words don't jump right five miles down the road the
m- in'and fill the void. driver pulled over into the left
in lane, .Aid"there he stayed.
be ,.We don't know why we should be That stretch of road is flat and
the defensive about it, but we don't think straight, but after about three
to ,"we live in a dream world where miles, in the wrong lane,; I
ast something rotten doesn't stink . decided tonfrm him that ne
eld even someof the four-letter words highway.e n ,. af
the whichh are filling the air so readily- "I know it," he mumbled
these days. We don't consider that and continued on, driving
3g. we're better than anyone else or faster. ' s p o
ry nicer than anyone else. Still, it sudden,sharp png
S:disturbs us to hear the. common fear suddenly welled up in my
we L useage of common 'language 9,o stomach and slowly spr d
S seage of common languag- fvere m complete being. It
ed. freely and so often. grew even worse when I w'
we ]s Mrs. Bombeck sums up the th ,approaching headli.ts.
is problem by saying, "Profanity is And we continued on i ,e
we . like smoke. Being around it is just as fa I ever had any doubts
ee ' bad as using it yourself." . about there being a God, hey-


mouth!
"What are you trying to
do?" I asked as calmly as I
could.
"He can't take it!" he
replied, nodding his head
toward the back seat. I looked
back and saw what appeared
to be a dead man.
"Take what?" I asked, now
despair trembling in my voice
and fear on my young face.


"All that whiskey we've
been drinking in New Or-
leans!"
I almost fainted I knew I
had but one chance and that
was to pray.
Before I had gotten to
"Which are in Heaven," I
tensed again because now I
saw more headlights coming
at us and above them was the
unmistakable small lights that
sit above and on top of a
tractor trailer. I really started
praying. "I know this is it for
Ole Shad, Lord. I haven't lived
much of a life, but I guess it
was better than none. Just
eighteen and to have it end
like this."
The Lord was with me (us)
again. We barely ,missed the
truck and as we zoomed past, I
could hear the air horn going


at full blast. The driver beside
me threw back his head and
laughed a crazy, wild laugh
that sent chills up my spine.
When we were finally back
in the fast lane, he turned to
me and inquired, "you ain't
afraid to die, are you?"
I promise you I was as
scared as I have ever been in
my life, but that. question
made me mad. I will never
, forget the exact words that
were spoken after that.
"Yes, I'm scared to die and
if you are going to continue
driving like this, just stop and
let me out!"
"I didn't.ask you to get in
here, did I?" he replied
sharply, and continued on in
the fast lane, .now going much:
(Continued on Page 6)


Storm Clouds Roll In Out of the West Across St. Joseph's Bay


SBelts Desi

AFTER NEARLY THREE months
' of what I would call dieting, I have
taken up the first notch in 'my belt. I
started to set offa cannon, blow the fire
siren, call in a brace of jet airplanes to
fly.over low and roar their approval of
:'what had been accomplished in my
Everlasting struggle with the avoirdu--
pois.
Ever since I can remember, I have
S '.:"been just a pound or two overweight. I
* still am and probably always be. Not
; obese, you understand, just overweight.
If I was seven feet tall, I would be all
:right in the weight department. But
'r befig five foot, seven and weighing as
:.much as a seven foot man can cause
::.problems.
/ : The biggest problem it causes is
. getting down to the weight a five foot
-seven man should weigh.
I don't ever remember weighing
r anywhere near the normal weight the
"tables say a man my height should
..weigh.;
Here recently, the Metropolitan
..Life Insurance Company, who ,dods'
:these things, came out with ai new,
, updated weight-height table for the


ned to TakeUp A Notc h Just When Dieting Becomes Despair


ideal man. The firm recognized that
men (and Women) were getting bigger,
growing taller, and were more muscu-
lar, so they updated their tables as to
what was the ideal weight for people.


confuse those about you into thinking
you are fat.
. +. - . + + + + . " ' .
BEFORE YOUGET too involved in *
laughing at the claim that my muscles'


out a
shrin
Youl
It sh
S


notch'or s when the leather would
k .and the belt�,would tighten up.'
know how leather reacts to water.
rinks.' '.
Since I sweat a lot, even in the


S.,I .


ETAOIkSI RDLU U
I . . , . ,. . %


S :/; '- +++4-+ ,
THAT HAS ALWAYS ,been my
problem. I am just simply too muscu-
lar. Most people think I am chubby.
Some of my more unkind friends even
say I'm a little fat. Too many muscles
will do that to you. Under that'shirt or
Scoat, there is a layer of sleek, smooth
rippling muscles which are putting the
- bulge in that shirt or coat.
Having muscles can sometimes


..confuse you into believing I am fat,
consider that it took me three months to
take up a single notch in my belt. Now,
if all that you saw had been fat, it would
have just melted off and that belt would
have been shortened a notch in just a
week or so.
I do believe that was the first time I
have ever taken a belt up a notch.
For years and years, I have .on
occasion just sort of slipped the buckle


winter time, I have that problem with
belts, since I never wear anything but
leather belts. They get wet with the
sweat from my body and finally shrink-
enough where I have to let them out a
notch. That has always been a real
problem with me. I can just think about
getting hot tomorrow or the next day
and I will break out into a big sweat
i today. That's hard on belts.
ONE THING WHICH taking up a+
ONE THING WHICH taking up a


notch in my belt has shown me has been
the ingenious engineering which went,
into the process of making a belt.
Had you ever noticed how a blt
notch is just the correct distance apart?'
Had you noticed that by the time it gets
to cutting you in the middle on onie
notch to the , point where it is
uncomfortable sitting down, that it
feels comfortable on the next notch,
after it has been let out? Still the belt
holds up your britches, but the holes are
just far enough apart to accommodate
an expanding girth at the proper rate
and still give ample support for your
pants.
I noticed that one day the belt wasd
doing an adequate job of holding up my
pants. I put the same tug as usual on the
end of the belt and it slid right into the
old familiar hole. The very next day,
with the same tug, it went one hole
beyond the usual hole. Lo and behold,
without any thought on the matter or
any forcing on my part, the belt 'just
closed in another notch and there I was.

FOR THE PAST few weeks I had
just about given up on the weight loss


thing. There I had been almost starving
myself to distraction. I thought I was a
prime candidate for anexoria nervosa,
but the scales showed only 10 pounds
lost, in three months time. I was just
about to, give it up and leave all that
muscle right where it was. If I couldn't
lose it starving myself as I had been, it
jbst wasn't fat. It wouldn't come off..,
Instead of leaving off one more slice of
bread I was just about convinced to get
a set of barbells and go to work on those
muscles.
Just before I had given up all hope.
the belt closed up an eitra notch. Talk
about your encouragement!
I am now convinced thenotches in a
belt are engineered to give hope to
those who are losing weight by. being
taken up on the day the one trying to
lose weight is ready to give it up. Belt
notches are engineered so they will be
just far enough apart to keepyour hope
alive and spur you on for the next three
months of doing without, just so you canl
be rewarded with someone saying,
-"aren't you losing weight?" or so your
belt will suddenly go in one extra notch
when you fasten it up some morning.


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


High Low
Afug. 4 8:08a.m. 6:53p.m.
Aug.5 8:56a.m. 7:44p.m.
Aug. 6 9:54 a.m. 8:41 pnm.
Aug.7 10:48a.m. 9:36 p.'.
Aug. 8 11:47 a.m. 10:30p.m.
Aug.9 12:39 p.m. 11:16 p.m. 0
Aug.10 1:35p.m. 11:51p.m.
Aug. 11 2:28p.m. 11:52p.m.


Need to Take A



Look At Zoning


I I


BY SHAD PHANTRY


- o ..


S - "THE STAR - POSTOFFICEBOX308
m�m W f, PHONE 227-1278 SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 IN COUNTY-ONE YEAR, $8.00 SIX MONTHS, IN-COUNTY, $5.00
PubllshedEveryTIursiaryat301WiliamsAvenue, PortSt. Joe, Florida . OUTOFCOUNTY-ONEYEAR.S12.00 OUT OF U.S.-ONi YEAR, $14.00
By The Star Publishing Company
Second-Class Postage Paid at Pord St. Joe. Florida 32456
l * TO' ADVERTISElRS-In case of error or omissions In advertisements, the publishers do not hold
Wesley R. Ramsey .......... Editor and Publisher SECOND-CLASS POSTAGEPAID theenilmes liable for damage further than amount received for such advertisement.
, AW~p? William H. Ramsey Production Supt. AT PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA -- .-
WSP Frenchie L. Rams ey. ,... Sup...... Office Manager .The poen word is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word
renche L. Ramsey ................ Office manager *barely aat the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word is lost; ine printed word remains.
. . , Shirley K. Ramsay ............:....... Typesetter -
\^ 11^ UU � � M H HHHHH� ^^ H ^ H ^ II H � '^H�^ i H..... H � i H M �i^ ^


+


"Nw








THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1983


PAGE THREE


Dead Lakes Water Board


Scallops such as these which came from St. Joseph Bay drags since the season is now open to the draggers.
face a few months of Intensive harvesting from mechanical -Star ploto
mS


callopi
Sing measures. The bill called
S for a mechanical ban in St.
Joseph Bay onscalloping from
April I through September 15.
This is different from the local
request, but effectively covers
most of the actual scallop
* season in the Bay.
Another facet of the scallop
ha.. ting. picture was. ob-
-" tainmd fi m DimdPento~nof the
Department of Natural Re-
sources. Penton said a salt
water fisheries study and
advisory council was formed
inm1982 madeup of Legislators,
salt water fishermen and

Directors Meet
The Board of Directors of.
the' Gulf County Guidance'
Clinic,. Inc. will hold its
regularly scheduled meeting
on Tuesday, August 9, at 7:00
P.M. (E.D.T.). The meeting
will be held in the Clinic
Conference Room at 311 Willi-
ams Avenue in Port St. Joe.
CospelSing
There will be a Gospel Sing
' at the White City Assembly of
God Church on Saturday,
August 6, at 7 P.M.
Featured will be the South-
land'Boys from Dothan, Ala.
. Rev. Charles E. Jackson
invites everyone to attend.
< ** ir , * --- -- -- - ----


' trom F iage l


other people who are cogni-
zant of the problems involved.
One of their subjects was to
study the scallop and its
production.
The committee found that
mechanical dragging was
harmful to bay bottoms where
young sea animals incubated,
like St. Joe Bay. This was true
especially where drags were
&~~~ ~~ * *'" I|
.- ;*; ^ JW


used with tth t or: sharp
edges. The committee re-
commended the drags be
banned all over the State of
Florida.
A closed season for scallop-
ing was also studied and a
closed season from January 1
to July 15 was recommended.
Neither recommendation
has been adopted as yet.


to Have
A special meeting has been Eve
scheduled for next Thurdsay, Dam.m
by the Dead Lakes Water thelat
Management District corn- permit
mittee," according to their fisher
attorney, Pat Floyd. bridge
The meeting is scheduled to dam c
be held at the public library Count:
building here in Port St. Joe, court
with the meeting to begin at 10 the re
a.m., edt. one df
According to Floyd, the was t
special meeting is being called illegal
to discuss the management ' Calh
district's position since a Godwi
Calhoun County judge has permit
ruled that the Dead' Lakes since i
fishing permits are illegal. the No


Special
r since the Dead Lakes Managemr
was constructed back in jurisdicti
e 50's, a special fishing water in.
t has been required of it was
men fishing north of the Godwin's
e and dam to finance the of even d
construction. A Calhoun Dead tLa
y man was brought to illegally
charged with fishing in actions in
estricted area without man. Goc
the permits. His defense connection
hat the permits were versy the
houn County judge Jim
n ruled in July that the OBII
ts were no longer legal
it was his opinion that
northwest Florida Water K ai


Five Young Men


SWhile the attack on botfbp
drags will probably continue
as a local measure, at .the
present time, you can harvest
a scallop, any. size, any
number, by mechanical, or
hand methods, day .or night.
That makes it easy for the
harvester, but it doesn't give
much!protection forhthe sal-
lop.


Selected As Outstanding


The Board of Advisors for
the Outstanding Young Men of
American Awards Program
has announced that the follow-
ing young men have been
selected for inclusion in the
1983 editioi of "Outstanding
Young Men of America,":
Elijah Smiley, Richard Ashley
Shoaf, 'Peter Hanson Fox,
Scott Craig White, and Ste-
phen Dwayne Cloud.
These men were selected
from' nominations received
from Senators, Congressmen,
Governois, Mayors, State Le-
gislatois, 'University and Col-
lege Presidents and Deans as
well as various civic groups,
including the United 'States
Jaycees which also endorses
the Outstanding Young Men of
America program.
In every community there


are young men working dili-
gently to make their cities, as
well as their country, better
places in which to live. These
men, having distinguished
themselves in one or more
fields of endeavor, 'are out-
standing and deserve to be
recognized for their achieve-
ments. The criteria for selec-
tion include a man's voluntary
service to community, profes-
sional leadership, academic
achievement, business advan-
cement, cultural accomplish-
ments and civic and political
participation.
The men listed, along with
fellow Outstanding Young
Men throughout North Ameri-
ca will be featured in this
prestigious annual awards.
publication.


T~m�WBrtHW��MWH�iupro�MgHgMB��Wh�MlHWISUUHHtWIM��nIIU5l

CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Street and KMarvin Av'enue
SUNDAY SCHOOL ......... . . 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ..... ..... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ...... ...... 6:00 P.M.
WVEDNFSDAY EVENING .......... 7:00 P.M.
�m ����H �' mn it em� oo . on ,�M ,-ii���i


Shown above is one of the controversial drags used to harvest scallops In St. Joseph's Bay.
'Th Bay opened to commercial scallopers using drags on August 1. tarphoto
-Starphoto.


ti
(
e
k


n


Meeting
ent District , had currently finds itself involved
n over all bodies of in. The result of his ruling in
he Panhandle since, the fisherman's case has a
created in 1975.. very important part to play in .
order had the effect the controversy if his ruling is
daring the present allowed to stand.'
es Board as being Next Thursday's meeting
constituted by. his will discuss the Dead Lakes
favor of the fisher- Board's future and attempt to
win's ruling had no make a decision on whichistep
with the contro- they should take next in the
Dead Lakes board matter.


UVARIAS

te Alsobrook, 84,Dies,


Kate Meigs Alsobrook, 84,
died'July 7 in Bonita, Ca. She
was a former long-time resi-
dent of Port St. Joe4.
Services were held July 13.
Interment followed in Glen

Father of Hersheli
NeelDies
Abraham N. Neel, 79, of
Marianna (Henderson Mill),
died last week in Apalachee
Valley Nursing Center in
Blountstown.
Graveside services were
held in Sunny Hill Cemetery in
Altha.
He was a lifelong resident of
Jackson County and a retired
mechanic. He was a member
of Macedonia Baptist Church.
Survivors include: his wife,
Winnie Ayers Neel of Marian-
na; two sons, Charles L. Neel
of Gainesville and Hershell B.


Abbey Memorial Park.
Honorary pallbearers '-in-
cluded Robert King, Roy
Gibson, John Maddox, and
Winston Wells, all of Port St.
Joe.
FUNERAL SERVICE FOR
MRS. FAYE WILSON
Funeral services, for Faye
Wilson will be held Saturday
morning at 10 a.m., in Miami.
Anyone wishing to send
cards or others expressions of
sympathy may send them.to
Mrs. Doris Peck, 1771 N.W. 153
St., Opa Locka, Florida :

Neel 'of Port St. Joe;two
brothers; B. C.' Neel of;Bilo-
untstown and Jeff Neelii of
Grand Ridge; two sisters,
Mattie Roberts of Tampa, and
Annie McCroan of Mariana;
seven grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren. -


.. . .o . . ..... '.. . . . ... .


THURSDAY Y, FRIDA Y and SA TURDA Y


Famous
Autolite


'j - - - - - - - ' " "*-




















) ,






























IRENFF

SHighway 98, Highland View
� :.,s,.:;:..;.:._..;.;..,::._...: :..: . .. . ., .. .


10 AUTO


Free Hot Dog and Cold Drink
(Served Friday Only)

_* Register for Free Door Prizes and Free Tools
Register All Three Big Sale Days!!


Spark Plugs


Resistor Type


R&M

Brake Shoes
. quality lining for
safe stops. For domestic
and Imports.'



AS LOW AS
' U '�r , "


Keep A Clean Engine
with Spray

Engine Gunk


Plain
C R C Clean Vinyl Tops,
1. 1 $ Lu Spray j Upholstery & Interiors

Lubricant Armour All



Sealed Beam Headlights S2 5 C 175

mall $95 mall $620 Engi
lound 2 Square V . , ,, * '
arge $39 Lare 10 Sale Prices Good at Renfro #1 Engin
lound Square . , Also - 401 Williams Ave. and Anti-F


PARTS CO.,


Port St. Joe, Florida'


#2

Phone 227-1774


by P



$3
G


TO E YOUR WAVCL
^/INL


LA.


1
BL/
o

REFI

$3.


/I





,DE
r

ILLS.

256
& 4. .


Solder
*- Seal '
Brake i


i--'-i~|,Go --~ g
.99
12 oz. ..



ie Coolant


RONTO

199
Antifreeze
and
Coolant
allon
--..~-.---.-----


.........................t *t4.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.~*.*.*.t.*.*.*.4.*.*.*.* *


'I
'I


First

Presbyterian Church -
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ..... ..... 10:00 A M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS .. ...... 11:00 A.M.
Study in the Gospels. Wednesday - 7.00-7-45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857


� * a-a".; " "s_-a" ',


&


I , %, n , r . . . . .


p I


^,.. '-.., , ....,



*f^ .')' " *


1


^"' * -.









THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1983


Distinguished Society ofSti


Selects Lisa Christine Portei


Lisa Christine Porter of
Port St. Joe has been selected
as-a member of'The Society of
Distinguished American High
School Students- "the na-
tion's leading high school
-honorary". Lisa was chosen to
represent Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church in The Society for
1983.
-Each year high school prin-
cipals and church officials
across the country assist The
Society in recognizing and
rewarding America's most
distinguished students. This
national honor is one of the
highest that can be bestowed
upon a student while in high
school.


Only those students who
.have demonstrated academic
excellence, displayed leader-
ship in extra-curricular activi-
ties, or have been service-
oriented in civic affairs are
chosen to receive this honor.
The Society's primary goal
is to provide the recognition
such an achievement deser-
ves, while offering these stu-
dents an'opportunity to parti-
cipate in a scholarship pro-
gram conducted specifically
for them. This program, the
National Awards Program, is
supported by 118 colleges and
universities spanning the Uni-
versities spanning the United
States.


SFinalPlans Toldfor

en, Freeman Nuptials
UJoah D. Allen announces Mr. and Mrs. Robert
:thefinal wedding plans of his man.
S daughter, Clara Rena Allen, to The wedding will take
!Eric Scott Freeman, son of Saturday, August 6, at


Mass Schedule

or S. .Joseph's
St. Joseph Catholic Church
:has announced a new Mass
: schedule: Sunday, 10:00 A.M.;
Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00
Ai: .; andSaturday, 5:30P.M.
i'/, ; ; ^ ' **


Lisa's membership will be
announced in the 1983 edition
of "The Society of Distinguish-
ed American High School


I


SStaghor


agents Tropical

BY DR. ROBERT J. BLACK
r - Ferns, of which there are
rf over 10,000 species, are non-
Students" which will include, flowering perennials which
her name, high school, and offer versatile usage in home
biography of activities, Iand in the landscape.,
honors, and awards. t One of the most unusual
- ferns is the staghorn fern. The
a..: . " staghorn fern is an epiphyte or
'air plant which is normally
' found growing on the side of
' trees in its native habitat. The
,.generic name Platycerium
comes from the Greek word
,meaning "broad horn". These
plants are grown for their
'attractive antler-like fronds


SFern Provides Touch of


for Your Patio Area


(leaves). The plant bears two
types of fronds; the sterile
fronds which are flat, round
and located at the base of the
fern and the fertile fronds
which are irregular, lobed and
usually ascending from the
plant. Spores appear as
brownish masses on the tips of
the antler-like fertile fronds.
These spores will produce new
plants when sown on moist,
sterile peatmoss. However,
this is a slow method of
reproduction and most new
plants are obtained from
suckers Pupsi which develop


Free-
place
5:00


r.M. A reception will tolow
immediately after the cere-
mpny' at the t. Joseph Bay
Country Club.

SAY YOU SAW
ITIN THE STAR!


SOLID BRASS BEDS
FACTORY DIRECT

P. prices Siarl at 2002
CuSiomn D. ifjnEd Heda o a o F . .b..o a .a
Mattress & Box Springs 1/2 Price

PERSONAL TA^SES
* Accessory Items
* Gifts
BRASS BED
.T ., FACTORY OUTLET
jL. LL . ed II n 227-1428


CHERYL AND KENNY


''Engaged


Mr. and Mrs. Otis Davis, Sr.
of' Wewahitchka areannoun-
cing the engagement and
approaching.marriage of their
granddaughter, Cheryl Lynn
Leece, to Kenneth Earl Peak,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Earl Peak of Highland View.
The Wedding is planned for
August 20th at 6:00 P.M.,


(CST) at the Westside Baptist
Church in Wewahitchka. A
reception will follow in the
fellowship hall after. the cere-
mony. All friends and rela-
tives of the couple are cordial-
ly invited to attend.
Cheryl is the daughter, of
Mr. and Mrs. James A.
Williams.


Over 80% found newspaper advertising most helpful for information rile


Ruh , on prices, where to shop and sales!


al


ILeft
w ASHiNJ0Te 67% of Weekly readers surveyed read the Classifieds!
Supreme Cosurvey

S84% of Weekly readers surveyed read the other Advertisements!
tbUsuhavean o W
to ie Lastr'
fm 8= M of Weekly readerssurveyed read Advertisin I

. " 72.5% of Weekly readers surveyed read Grocer. Ads before shopping!
tion was
It Is coo
Over 40% of Weekly readers surveyed read Clothing Ads before buying!
a i fet , s ""''"*/
studytheih
ftteet f 70% of Weekly readers surveyed read Real Estate ads when buying!

3Se ~EDITORIAL FIGURES:
TheL 51% of Weekly readers surveyed get most information on State Events
tbeen an e . f L- * , � . 4 * , - . , d *
..us.r. from their newspapers!
A numfr
vocate th 72.5% of Weekly readers surveyed get most Local Information from

'and Sim their newspapers!,
i uvenea . ..coptti

he By As with other surveys, newspapers didn't win every category in competition with

,t other media. But, THESE STATISTICS DO SHOW VERY POSITIVE EDITORIAL

AND SALES DATA FOR WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS.
. pn1vac
re 'solve
gible for
Semption
rdpro THIS IS WHY WE FEEL WE ARE IMPORTANT TO YOU!
Sectiveness
marketed-
last P
s: were
of the gr
1ti THE STAR
the
Sde

RL Phone 227-1278


ntact
ant em-.
kera and
2nt's 130
aded a
.flee Sun.
the con-.
Ung for
nations.
, w11 not
tive pay
.Mr plants,
. agreement
rs' pay last
'Iclalasald.,
'ion organ-
%d in Roa-
.ntract
-latlons
loanoke
for the
e," Bush
war with
ears. I'in
I over and
t to still
a com.-
3,000
roanoke
n back
getting
ludes two
eases that
vthe past
000 work.
n plants,
Roanoke
an 8.5
- live to
bout 10 "'
.ective ':
,,i pay In.
1978 for
Roanoke
iverageoof
*aid the
ide any
.efits at
' iverecog-
n in uur
he com-
.re u'uon
Stevens
-eed to
.ds con-


Shown above: Miss Rosmari McLeod, seated, and Mrs.
Charles Wall, left, mother of the groom-elect, and Mrs.
Rosalee McLeod, mother of the honoree.

Coffee Honors Miss

McLeod, Bide-Elect


, Miss Rosmari McLeod, fian-
cee of Mr. Bill Wall, was
honored with a coffee on
Saturday, July 30. The lovely
home of Mrs. G. L. Kenning-
ton was the setting for'. the
morning party.


Honey Glazed
Short Ribs
4 to 5 pounds short ribs
% cup orange or pineapple
juice
% cup honey -
:/4 cup soy sauce
/4 cup lemon juice
3 tablespoons chopped green
onion .
1 teaspoon each chili powder
and garlic powder
% teaspoon salt
Place .meat in shallow pan.
Combine ingredients
thoroughly and pour over the
short ribs. Cover and
refrigerate 2 to 3 hours, turn-
ing the meat often. Place the
ribs, on the grill and cook
' slowly until tender, about 1�
to 2 hours, turning 3 or 4
times during cooking and
brushing.with the marinade.
Serves 6 to 8.

Honey Barbecue
Chicken
/4 cup butter
� cup orange juice
� cup honey
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons chopped
parsley
2 tablespoons soy sauce
1 tablespoon dry mustard
2 broiler-fryers (2% to 3
pounds each), split in half.
Melt the butter in a small
saucepan. Blend in the re-
maining ingredients and
simmer 2 or 3 minutes. Cool.
Put the chicken halves in a
shallow pan and pour the
sauce over them. Allow to
'marinate a few hours before
cooking. Place the chicken
halves, cavity side down, on
the grill. Cook slowly, 40 to 45


The honoree was presented
a crystal bowl by the hostes-
ses, Mrs. Janet Anderson,
Mrs. Sara Fite, Mrs. J. A. Cox,
Mrs. Charles Tharpe, Mrs. G.
L. Kennington, and Mrs.
James Tankersley.


VPowers Apiaries
minutes, basting frequently
with sauce. Turn and cook,
meat side down, for an addi-
tional 10 minutes. Serves 4 to
6. (AFNS)


from the mother plants.
The staghorn fern can be
used to cast the spell of the
tropics and add interest to a
patio wall. In frostless areas,
specimens thrive on palms
trunks or on branches of
woody trees.
The-culture of the staghorn
fern is not difficult except that
the plants are sensitive to the
lack of drainage, to low
temperature, and to low hu-
midity. These points of culture
should receive special atten-


First Baptist

to Spreading
In an effort to insure that
every home in the area of Port
St. Joe receives good news,
First Baptist Church has
adopted the following com-
mitment:
"We the members of First
Baptist Church of Port St. Joe,
Florida realizing that much of
the news we hear and read 'is


tion and a moist atmosphere
(Continued on Page 5)

Raiford-Mork
FinalHans
Final wedding plans are
announced for Patty Raiford
and Mark Mork. The wedding
will be Friday, August 12, at
7:00 P.M. at the First Pente-
costal Holiness Church. A
reception will follow in the
Church social hall.

Committed

Good News
bad, do hereby declare August
28-September 3, 1983 as "Good
News" week in the City of Port
St. Joe and surrounding area.
We further declare our inten-
tions, during that week to
share "Good News" in every
home in this vicinity."
-Adopted in regular church
business conference July 6,
1983


Peter C. Imber, M.D.
(904) 229-6500
102 20th Street. Port St. Joe, Florida 32456

Office Hours ' ,
Mon.-Tue.! 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Wed.: 8:30 a.m.. 12 Noon
Thur.: 12:30 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.
Fri.:, 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.'m i
Sat.: 9:00 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.




T'S ACOMIN'

.."GOOD NEWS

JSTJOE,

WEEK"







' AUGUST 28-

SEPTEMBER 3





First Baptist Church
Port St. Joe, Florida


WEARING APPAREL



CLERIIIII N[E

Just In Time for Back to School


All Summer Wear



Slashed60% Off

On All Fall
AAA^ Merchandise Bgn

% Off Tuesday, August 2


outique


Phone 229-8153


4.


234 Reid Ave.


- WE WELCOME LAY-A-WAYS -




Lac'l Fashion & Beauty B


WHY PEOPLEREAD

SRWEEKLY NEWSPAPERS.'


PAGE FOUR





- , 1 w "; ' ** * .I >I . '" '^ '-1* ,''. - ' /


Penalties Are Same for Crimes


Anywhere
New sentencing guidelines the same sent
for Florida criminal courts same crime in
were explained to the Rotary Florida with the
Club 'by local prosecuting for parole in all
attorney, Mel Magidson, at its state.
regular meeting last Thurs- Magidson sai
day at noon. court loads in
Magidson said an extensive populated portion
study was made of the matter had resulted in li
and a sentencing,.program and much plea I
worked up which would inflict cases which we


In State-


ence for the
all parts of
same chances
I parts of the
d that heavy
the heavily
ns of the state
lght sentences
bargaining on
muld ensure a


criminal a long stay in pri
in the less populated porti
of Florida. "Under the r
system, the criminal can
assured he will receive
same penalty for a ceri
crime in all parts of the st
and he can be assured he
spend a certain amount
time spent in prison foi
certain crime".


Magidson
son The prosecutor said that in guideline
ions many portions of the state, uniform
new time in prison was at a "Crimi
be minimum and criminals were a reasons
the turned loose. with *nothing specific
tain more than a slap on the wrist. ed to ser
tate Magidson said the court sys- sentence
will tem has heard the citizens who the court
of have deplored this situation Guests
r a and have come up with a George I
workable uniform sentencing Ala., an


e which would be
all over the state.
finals will now receive
able term in jail for a
crime and be expect-
ve all or most of his
as handed down by
t," Magidson said.
of the club were Dr.
Pepper of Scottsdale,
id Harry Floyd.


'THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1983


PAGE FIVE


Coody Named All American


District VFWCommander


The Commander-in-Chief of
the Veterans of Foreign Wars
of the United States, James R.
Currieo, of Sierra Vista, Ari-
zona, has announced that
George S. Coody, of 224 6th St.,
Port St. Joe, has earned the
distinction of being named #n
All American District Com-
mander for 1982-83.
Currieo said, "Commander


Coody is'one of only 30 VFW
District Commanders selected
for All American status as the
result of outstanding achieve-
ment in membership growth,
youth activities, Buddy Poppy
sales and community im-
provement programs."
Approximately 1,000 Dis-
trict Commanders from the 54
Departments and states which


Stagho (Contued from Page 4)
.' * C-7 . - * *' * '


SUMMER RECREATION WINNERS: Front row, freoi left: Zyris Hill,
Chris Quinn, Lajan.Qunlan, Michael Thomas, Collins Hamilton, Cedric An-
thony, Arion Nickson, Darrell Sims, Reginald Larry, Eric Lapgston, Sheryl
Pryor, Mlisy Sims, Phyllis Anthony, Calvin Pryor, Ken Monette and Terry
Quinn, Back row, from left: Bonita Robinson, helper, Latricia Allen, helper,
Ladonna. Thomas, Kevin Dawson, Billy DLxson, Jr., Willie Jenkins, Raymond


For Sale by Owner - 1110 Palm Blvd.
: . . Port St. Joe
. Call 904/968-5464, Pensacola ,fc9.30




COSTIN INSURANCE


(:AGENCY, INC. m


. (Formerly M. P. Tomlinson Insurance Agency)


Af.F rms of Insurance
1 * Homeowners * Auto * Flood
* Business Packages *. Group
Hospitalization. * Life * . oats


Pulpwood & Logging


* Mobile Homes

1. Port St. Joe Phin


322 ReidAvi


Drlesbach III, Carlos Morris, Marvin Hamilton, Josh Jenkins, 1
Johnson, Henry Harris, helper, Robert Poole, helper and Recreation D
Clarence Monette. Tournaments in jacks, tetherball, checkers, basic
horseshoes and ping pong were held in various age groups at the Wasi
School site, with trophies awarded to the first and second place finishers
category. . .-Sta


It's Strawberry Shortcake Time!


S Big, plump and juicy-ripe
strawberries are at their best
in flaky - just cooled-
home baked shortcake. Served
with La Creme frozen whipped
topping with real cream, the
picture pretty dessert tastes
as luscious and fresh as it
looks. Step-by-step directions
from the Kraft Kitchens make
shortcake baking easy.. .and
last minute assembling of the
dessert is a snap - with con-
venient La Creme frozen
whipped topping. Add a
creamy "dollop of whipped
toppitig to coffee - and
swizzle with a cinnamon stick
- for a special after dinner
treat.
Fluffy Strawberry Shortcakes
. 2 cups flour
2 tablespoons sugar
I tablespoon baking
powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 egg, beaten
2/3 cup milk
1/2 cup Parkay
margarine, melted-
'2 pts. strawberries,
halved
1 container ( 3 cups)
La Creme whipped
topping with real'
'cream,.thawed
Combine dry ingredients.:
Add combined egg,. milktand
margarine, mixing, just until
moistened. Drop '1/4 cup
Batter onto greased cooki
:,sheet. Bake at .450�, 1,0 to
ft. minutes. or until golden
brown. Remove from cookie
sheet immediately; cool. Split.
For each serving cover
bottom half of shortcake with
strawberries and whipped'
topping. Top with second
half of shortcake, additional
strawberries and whipped
topping,


8 servings.

Dutch Coffee
Hot coffee
Cinnamon sticks
La Creme whipped
topping with rea


al cre;


AIR 1 I Hwy. 9, Mexico Beach 648.5854
.~ H. I-T I, ., *


Now Under New Management

Our Top of the Line Services Include:

Every Imaginable Hair Cut Under the Sun
For Short, Medium or Long Hair:
BLUNT CUTS - Great for fine, thin hair
'LAYER CUTS - Tailored to your particular needs. Lots of
layers for thick or coarse hair, less layering for fine hair.'
SPIKE CUTS- The natural, "sun kissed" look this' season.
Can be wispy and feathered or loose and wild. Whatever
suits your style. (Teams gret with a loose-curl booy perm)

PERMS - Curly perms, body waves, stack and/or weave wrap
perms (for special effects - more fluff, more curl
than you've EVER had before.)


CONDITIONING COLOR - Frostlng;-Dlmensional Color Highlighting.


. FRENCH BRAIDING - Over or under braids, 2, 3, 0r,4 strand french braiding,


INTENSIVE CARE for sun or chemically damaged hair.
FELICIA LEACH, Cutting Specialist


TINA MANGUM
4t 814


C
t
di


ii
V


thawed
For each serving, place cin-


n mon stick in cup of coffee.
T p with whipped.topping.


Insurance


Insurance Se vice Assists

In Recovery o72,461
Bill Gunter, State Insurance tive oi Commissioner Gunter's
commissioner, hasannounced staff visits Walton, . Gulf and
hat 1443 people contacted the Franklin Counties every
Panama City Service Office month. A schedule of the
during the month of July. Representative can be obtain-
The Service Office assisted ed from the County Judge's
n the recovery of $72,461.00 Office in these respective
hicffwas returned to policy- counties..


holders.
Citizens With questions and
complaints about insurance
can receive assistance by
am, calling 904-763-4601 in Panama
City. The office is located at
231 East 4th Street .and
provides service for Bay,
Gulf, Franklin anid. Walton
, Counties.
Additionally,. a representa-


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


and a warm temperature,
should be provided for the best
development of the plants.
Staghorns grow best in shaded
areas and will not endure the
Florida sun. The medium
upon which they are growing
should be allowed to dry
slightly between waterings.
These plants are usually
Grown on a slab of pecky
Cypress, redwood or tree fern.
They also can be grown in
hanging baskets. Unless the
material to which they are
attached naturally,has a por-
Sous and spongy surface, a bed
of spagnum moss should be
S placed on the wood before the
S''plant is attached by wire or
other means.. The roots can'
grow in the moss and this
Marcell material also aids in main-
'irector training a high humidity. '
ketball, 'All of the many species of
bington staghorn ferns require or
in each grow best in a high tempera-
r phom ture, 60-70 degrees Farenheit
or higher. However, the com-
mon staghorn fern (Platyceri-
umrnbifurcatum) will tolerate a
temperature of 50 degrees
Farenheit, and is best adapted
for use in the low humidity
conditions of" the. average,
home. . ..... .
Syringing the plants periodi-
cally will help to maintain a
high humidity around them.
However, they should not be
syringed during the winter.
Syringing during the winter
months will cause spotting of


CARD OFTHANKS
I. would like to thank all
qcizens of Port St..Joe. for
their support an'd doniationi
toward sending my son, Doug-
las Robinson, to compete in
the National AAU basketball
tournament junior olympics in
South Bend, Indiana at Notre
Dame on July 27.
Thank you.
Mrs. Betty Franklin


the leaves and often severe
rotting of the crown,
The staghorn fern responds
to fertilization as much as
other ferns. However, since
growth is slow only a small
amount of fertilizer should be.
added at any one time and the
plants fertilized only during
the growing season, or sum-
mer months.

Florida s County


The Sunshine State has 67.
counties, and 96,000 miles of
roads. To travel and find the
opportunities it has to offer
- land, lakes, streams,
forests or wildlife - county
maps become a necessity. "
A county map book is cur-
rently available. All 67 large
scale maps - one of each
county - together with an
index to communities and
useful information, are con-
tained in the 160 page book.
You may obtain the Florida
County Maps book, with
large 22x16-inch double
spread size pages, by sen-
ding $10.00 to: Bureau of
Maps, Box 5317, Talla-
hassee, Florida 32314. Please
allow 4 to 6 weeks for
delivery. No telephone calls
please - orders received on-
ly by mail. (AFNS)


make up the 1.96 million
member organization com-
peted for the All American
honor.
Coody, Commander of Flori-
da's District No. 17 and his
fellow All American Comman-
ders will be feted at a
luncheon ceremony on Adgust
14, during the 84th Annual
National VFW Convention be-
ing held at the Hilton Hotel in
New Orleans, Louisiana, Au-
gust 12-19.
Approximately 30,000 VFW
Ladies Auxiliary members
and their families will be. in
New Orleans for the week-long
convention.
G
GOOD
REASONS
to see your good
neighbor agent:


CAR * HOME
LIFE * HEALTH

BILL WOOD
411 Reid Ave.
229-6514 or 2294103
Like a good neighbor,
State Farm is there.




N TAR E FARM n
INSUaAICE COMPARES
Ho-e Ofnieo: Doo.nbltou. WUhnol:


The Friendly


BIBLE STUDY .. ...... ...... . . . . ......
MORNING WORSHIP ......... . .......
CHURCH TRAINING ............. ...
EVENING WORSHIP ...................
WEDNESDAY .. . ..................


We Want You


rt Of .
Place-


9:45 A.M.?
11:00A.M
5:45 P.M
7:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.


Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE


DANIEL W. DUNCAN
Pastor


MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music & Youth'


ALL "NATIONAL" BEDDING


.2


*2 . f. .


''S


The Star PuI lshing Co.
Phone 227-1278 308 Williams Ave.

Your One-Stop

Wedding Shop


me 229-8899





1 ' I1


� 'C 1'a';.~ 1'


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla..


THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1983


11n M'OaU AEi VMpUAO Mix-Up Over County


Biggs W


Writing
Port St. Joe resident M
garet Key Biggs has be
named a winner in three of t
four categories in the 1
Writer's Digest writing co
petition. Biggs' article, "'
veted Apalachicola: Oyste.
The Food For Lovers," place
57th in that .cat ory; b
short story, "Rewrn Cal


EXCELLENT
COPIES
S: Available At

The Star
306 Wiilliams Ave.

When Our
M'ees GoDown


Our Dollars Got
In Smoke.


re '-More

A msI


- -


Story Brings Rea

In last week's paper a the table was about having
headline. on the front page pay for treatment of those v
read, "Gulf Finally Pays for drank 'to excess and
Drunk Treatment". Since the natural'" assumption was t
payment wasn't for "drunk" they were having' to pay
treatment and since the Pan- the treatment of alcohol
handle Alcholism Council and all this was kept secret
looks at people troubled with the ones giving the treatme
an alcoholic problem as an The Baker Act, which v
alcoholic, The Star received the cause of all the disagr
telephone calls on Thursday. ment over payment, de
The story was written as the with the treatment of in
result of action by the County gents who have mental tre
Commission, who were all ment. They are the cause
involved in the paying of a the unpaid bills and the sec
three-year-old bill charged to identity as towho .is treaty
the county, which the County The Myers Act, which was
Commission didn't want to under scrutiny at all by
pay. They didn't want to pay it Commission, is the organi
for two reasons: first, they tion which treats alcohol
had been told and not asked to and weren't involved in i
pay it and second, it was for controversy at all.
people receiving treatment Operators of the Myers A
which they hadn't approved are the'iones concerned w
and :whom they didn't know. the story and its headline.
So, the conversation around Talking with; INed Ail
� , ,, " i'


Some


.L. VV lA. tan
ar- placed 21st in the Short Story eas
een Division; and her poem, "Be-
the low Freezing," placed 18th in As of July 25, the F
983 the- Poetry category. Biggs' Game and Fresh Water
)m- entries were chosen from the Commission had rei
Co- more !than 8,000 received in 49,962 requests for quoti
rs! this year's contest. She is one permits. Some of the
;ed' of two writers who placed in popular wildlife manage
her three categories. aresil-have already re
I," This annual competition is their quotas..
__ sponsored by Writer's Digest, However, many of the
the world's leading magazine life management areas
for writers, and accepts en- have quota permits ava
tries from the authors of for the first nine days i
original, unpublished mnanu- .general gun season, foill
scripts :in four categories: the random drawing. I
short story, article, poetry, hunt permits are now
and scripts. Entries are jud- issued on a first-come,
ged on 'the salability of the served basis. Hunters
manuscript and the quality of urged to apply for their
the writing. This year's con- permits as soon as possi
test received far more entries be assured of a permit
than any other in the history of of the remaining w
the competition, and prizes . . .
S, were awarded to the top one
hundred entries in each cate- -m-=
- gory. The complete results of : ll
Sthe competition will be pub- -i'
lished in the October 1983 issue
of Writer's Digest.


Constitution and Monuminent Ave.
Port St. Joe. Florida
Rev. Alvin N. Harbour, Pastor
CHURCHSCHOOL ....................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ..............;...... 11:00AM.
EVENING WORSHIP .......... ........7:30 P.M.
S METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ......... ..6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) .. .......... 730P.M.



NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146AvenueC ; Phone227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .......: .... . 9:30 A.M.
MORNINGWORSHIP .... .../...... . 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ....:....... ....... 6:00 P.M.


S . God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
S Man Our Brother", ''
^~~~~~~~~~~. * *. *-' ***'**'


Fi
lorida
r Fish
ceived
a hunt
more
ement
ached
e wild-
s still
dilable
of the
owing
Quota
being
.first-
s are
quota
ible to-
in one
wildlife



I


The aroma of barbecue is in
the air once again tempting.,
everyone's taste buds. What
could be nicer t in mouth-
watering grilled chicken that's
simple to prepare giving you
extra time for fun in the sun?
Here are two easy recipes
from a Whirlpool microwave
even cookbook that are sure
.to be the hit of your family
or neighborhood get-togethers..
Barbecued Marinated Chicken
uses a light sherry sauce for
the marinade and can be
cooked in just 28 minutes. Al-
so, Big-Batch Barbecue Sauce
can be prepared in 15 minutes
..and froen ahead so that its
ready' to use at a moment's
notice.
BARBECUED MARINATED
CHICKEN (shown)
Grill fresh pineapple slices
alongside the chicken-
Total cooking time: 28 minutes
1 2%-pound ready-to-cook
broiler-fryer chicken
'% cup dry sherry
2 tablespoons honey
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1 teaspoon dry mustard
'A teaspoon ground ginger
4 teaspoon paprika
Halve chicken lengthwise;
place' in shallow baking dish.
Combine remaining ingredients;
pour over chicken. Cover; re-
frigerate 4 to 6 hours,, occa-
sionally spooning marinade
over.' Remove chicken, reserv-
ing marinade. -
Arrange chicken, skin side
up, in 10x6x1�-inch baking
dish. Cook, covered, at HIGH
for. 18 minutes, giving dish a
'half turn once. Transfer chick-
en to barbecue. grill. Grill over


HOME APPLIANCE REPAIR


* 25 years experletlce
In Appliance Repair
* AIR CONDITIONING
CentraJ & Window


* HEATING: Natural Gas,
Electric & O11
* ELECTRICAL - PLUMBING


* MAJOR APPLIANCES
All Major Models
* REFRIGERATORS
and FREEZERS


DANIELS SERVICE COMPANY
Phone 229-8416 Port St. Joe, Fla.


tion

lto director of
0 Clinic, who
Commission
t recipients of
fpr verify their
is, the county, s
tY receiving BE
et, problems v
wgs their primary
ee- mental prol
us ation couli
"- everyone ab
- f "drunks"
S While The
rjt vague about
td. the story pi
.n't possibly 'thi
the rect any :
za8- you may ha
idcs The coun
t~le Baker Act w
for mental i
Act' Act provides
ith alcoholics.
e* Food


f the Guidance
was asked by the
to check the
I Baker Act care to
authenticity for
said many of those
aker Act care have
vith alcohol, but
ry treatment is for
blems. "This sit-
d have ,confused
out the treatment
, Ailes said. I
Star is still a little
the problem with
printed last week,
s piece will cor-
misunderstanding
ve had.
ty paid' for the
which treats people
llness-. .The Myers
the treatment for


T ~


iOt IncomeLevel The Gulf County Adult
S' ' . conducting a special demoi
-I' l r ea e - , " teacher training project on "S
i ment Ini Counseling". Adult ec
l d .: 'Starting July l, the income
eligibility limits for people
management areas., who use food stamps in-
reached their quotas, follow- the cost of living since last r ; I II 'e
ing the .fandom drawings. .. year' according to Nary C. faster.
The nine-day quota hunt Jarratt, Assistant Secretary "N, you didn't," replied
application forms and instruc- of Agriculture. my yoice 'getting louder, my
tion sheets are available from Under the new guidelines, a', fear replaced with anger.
your county tax collector's family of four can have a "Stop this car, right now!"
office, or from his subagents,- gross income of $1,073 a month He continued driving. snick-
such as sporting goods stores' and still be eligible for assist- ering, it seemed, to himself.
and gun shops. ance. Previously, the monthly' I decided firmer direction
For more information ' income limit was $1,008. was necessary. "If you don't
wildlife management areas The food stamp program, stop this car right now, I'
with quota permits still avail- .currentlypiovides food help to! gomg 'to knock you through
able, contact the nearest 22.5 million Americans. that door, and stop this car
regional office of the Game - Congress requires USDA to and turn it around, and run
and Fresh Water Fish. Comrn- update the eligibility guide- ove� your sorry carcass until
mission. The number is listed lines each July 1 according to you a't nothig ,but a greasy
on the Inside cover of most 'changes in the Consumer spot in the road!
telephone books. ''- Piice Index. : With that understanding, he
Pulled into a small service
-station and stopped, I crawled'
" : , ' . : ," : out and stood on trembling.,
il I Ih l ll legs; mad, scared and near
111l , tears I cannot write what I.
l i !i'iJ 1 li ll I IIi] lI/ a " 'I said to that man when I was"


SAVE MONEY -
SHOP THE

CLASSIFIED!


medium-hot coals about 10
minutes or till done' Brush
occasionally with marinade
' and turn chicken until evenly


tInstitute 'is
istration and
itaff Develop-
lucators from
i: ! ,. 1;'. ;,- ,


Franklin, Calhoun and Bay counties have
been invited to participate in the seminar
along with Gulf County teachers.
S The program involves ,-Informing the
teachers on the various service people-iand
their offerings in the county. :
In the photo above, Public Defender; -i
Fred Witten, explains his office's relationship .
with defendants they are charged to defend in
court. -Star,photor


Coni'dFrom Page2

outside, but it not respectful in
view of what the Lord had just
done 'for me.
.. will never hitch-hike
again," 1 vowed, standing
there about to fall to pieces.
SFour days later, my first
ride took me Ill the way from
Pensacola to Jackson, Missis-
sippi. Five years later I
bought my first car.


~-~IDtf


%, cup chopped onion
1 clove garlic, minced
2 tablespoons butter or


browned. Makes 2 servings. inmrgBrim
I 14-ounce bottle (1%; cups)
catsup'
BIG-BATCH BARBECUE 1 10%.ounce can condensed
SAUCE ; chicken gumbo soup
Total co6ldng time: 15 minutes I tablespoon vinegar
% 'cup finely chopped celery y% teaspoon bottled hot pepper
% cup finely chopped green sauce
.pepper 14 ' cup dry white wine ' i
In 2-qufrt bowl combine vegetables, garlic, and butter. Place
in microwave oven. Cook for 3 minutes at HIGH till! tender,
stirring once. Add next 4 ingredients. Cook for 5 minutes at HIGH
till hot, stirring once. Stir. in wine; (For smooth' sauce, transfer
to. blender container; blqnd smooth.) Pbur into four 1-cup
freezer containers. Cool slightly. Seal, label, and freeze. Makes 4
cups sauce. ''
To reheat 1 cup sauce; Place frozen sauce in bowl. place in
microwave oven. Cook sauce for 7: minutes at MED..LOW till
thawed, stirring 3 times to break up *mixture. Use sauce to baste
meats during last few minutes of cooking. '
TIPS & TECHNIQUES
Food size, shape and composition can make important differ-
ences in cooking time and, cooking evenness of the food. Bone-
less cuts of meat cook moa . evenly than meats containing bones.
Similar t6 conventional cooking, the meat next to the bone in
dense foods will take longer to cook. In less dense, bony foods
such as chicken legs, the bony areas will cook faster than more
dense areas. Shield bony areas with strips of aluminum foil to
prevent overcooking.
Caution: Refer to owners manual for your microwave oven
regarding, the use of 'aluminum foil.


Gal. 5:22-23
j Al
''y
O, 0
0
F TEMPERANCE "
9. .: ) �
u. in wj _
z Z
U) '
C2 UJ W
Z ui 0
oz '


GOODNESS

FAITH


HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD

"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An,
Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING . 7:00 P.M.
Pastor - Ira J. Nichols


.PAGE SIX


it


Auto And
Homeowners
Insurance
JEAN MALLORY
639-5322 Wewahitchka
' q or,
785-6156 Panama City:



Lfer- o El n rU , stsir by
LIFLREL rlI.AinW.>l4llft)M~ 11)11 MklI.


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
22id Street * Mexico Beach
CHARLES M. PARKER, Minister
WORSHIP SERVICE .............. 9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHURCH SCHOOL. ......:.. . 10:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) :.., 6:00 P.M., G.S.T.


TRY US FIRST!
WE HAVE HARD TO GET PARTS FOR BOATS., AWN 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 I 'Highway 71- -
Port St. Joe, Fla. Wewahitchka, Florida
229-62.22 639.5711


-" } �
! i '


Adult Educators


I


.


4z.v-�


I


















































. . . 32oz,


* I


* I


~.AAAW



Prices Effective August 3-9, 1983!
limits rights reserved* none sold to dealers

SHASTA-
DRINKS

2 Liter'6 9
SHASTA DRINKS........5 ... 12LU.1.00

Jeno's
PIZZA
Uit Two 9 9
10.8 oz.
',..: Eu---- 9 - - ^- *^

Blue Bonnet
13LUE
Og,!e LED.

qF 2 P1.98

Purex
DETERGENT


42 oz. box 9

Purex
BLEACH

2 . $100
gal. -


CHARCOAL..
ARMOUR
TREET .....
ARMOUR VIENNA
SAUSAGE... s


SWhitfeld Sweet Relish or H.B.
2$ 100 Dill Chips


I ,- I.


Style



.C


Del Monte
Cut or French
Early Garden


1U


2Z
16 oz.
cans


r


Hi Dri
Paper Towel


2
Rolls
For
Limit Two


s r


eL i
u |r~sl


Kraft
ayonnaise


32 oz.
jar


C


limit One


stopa,"' i FPig y: Wi.gly
a-ac ,O"Port st. oe
FRIEND IEST

NATIONAL BRAND SALE TN


Choice Western Beef
Full Cut
ROUND
STEAK


Lb.
1
"II 1l'f-
S ,*^^&


Fresh Lean
GROUND
BEEF F
Family Pak Lb.
[100% Pure Beef)


S personally Seicted
S Country Skillet FRYER
I (Fmily Pak)


le.





LEG

4TR.

4Lb.


Sweet Juicy
RED PLUMS
Sweet Juicy
NECTARINES


0 iS9C


00000


0 0 0 .0 ib.0


BAKING POTATOES .3 3
YELLOW ONIONS 3b.ba99


SPiggly Wiggly Farm I
Remember the Delicious Goodne
Lunches and Serving After Scho(


Golden Ripe DOLE
BANANAS'
3 b. i
i, ,,


Fresh VINE-RIPE
TOMATOES .
Field Fresh
POLE BEANS
Field Fresh
YELLOW SQUI
Fresh
YELLOW COR


: ..69�


.A... .e9
N .5ears99c


* ~ .'- I


Bryan All Varieties T.V, Whole ,
JUMBO 159 BONELESS $ 99
FRANKS . HAMHS -b
Bob White Hot or Mild alm River
ROLL 09 SLICED $
SAUSAGE ' BACON .
Lykes All Flavors 12 Oz.
COOKED $1 BOLOGNA
HAM 1 Oz.- BROYN0 GJ1


$ 59 Armour
10lb. bag 59 Potted Meat .23oz.59
.12$29 Hot Dog Chili . ..O..42
1 'Z.


Del Monte
Lernel or Cream
CORN


Bean
Peas


B-


=Nov


I


--w


m


WholeK
* i


. ' 'V


,11


:=�� �1�


SUGAR
S51b. bag




Limit 1 with $20 or MoreFood Order Exc. Cig. & Tobacco

Gold Medal Plain or Self-Rising
FLOUR




"g '-onreh. . n. .% id
5b 8 bag

Piggly Wiggly Homogenized ,
MILK







.oz 99




1 lh. vac bag ' 1
mloave 1





t Maxwell House Coffee.... o5
...99


KETCHUP

32 oz. btl.
Umit One
Fresh Produce!!
ss of Fruit When Packing
ol Snacks!!
Sweet Juicy Jumbo
PEACHES
Lb.6 9


,..W% w


I
















SFlorida's Wildfires Are




Down by 54% for 1983


Wildfire statistics for the
first half of 1983 are the stuff
forestry dreams are made
of- fires down by 54 percent,
burned acreage down 71 per-
cent.


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


IN RE: The Marriage of
SJAMES E. THOMPKINS,
Husband - Respondent
and
-PHYLLIS ELAINE" WILLIS THOMP
Wife - Petitioner.
NOTICE OF ACTION
S -T: JAMES E. THOMPKINS
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petll
* Dissolution of Marriage has bee
.Against you and that Petition si
dissolve your marriage to Petitior
are required to serve a copy of yc
"ten defenses, if any, to the Petitio
S torney Fred N. Witten, Attorney f
, tloner, P. 0. Box 447, Port St. Joe,
. 32456, on or before September
and file the original with the Clerk
" Court either before serviceon Petl'
" Attorney or immediately thereafte
- . wise a default will be entered agal
for the relief sought In the Petltio
S' ATED this 22nd day of July, 1!
" HONORABLE JERRY GATES,
CLERK OF THE COURT, GULF
; COUNTY, FLORIDA
IslT onya Knox, Deputy Clerk .


S-I 'THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
"- ' COUNTY, ,FLORIDA
PROBATE DI
- "File Numbi
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DONALD E. NACE,
Deceased.*
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIM
DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSON
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED t
administration of the estate of DO
E. NACE, deceased, File Number 8
pending In the Circuit Court fi
County, Florida, Probate Division,
S. diss of which Is 1000 Fifth Stre
S t.Jo, Florida 32456. The Pe
Representative of the estate is ZE
? . NACE, whose address is 621 Cra
': stroit, Michigan 48209. The nar
; address of the personal represent
a ' attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or de
against the estate are required, \
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DA
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
NOTICE, to file with the clerk of thi
court a written statement of any c
demand.they may have. Each clal
Sbein writing and must Indicate th
tor the claim, the name and aoa
dtie creditor or his agent or atlorn
[he amount claimed Ifthe claim is
due, the date wnen it will Oecor
: shall be stated II the claim is con
or unliluidated," Ine nature "of
certainty shall be stated II me c
secured, the security shall be dea
The claimant shall deliver su
copies of the claim to the clerk to
the clerk to mall one copy to.ea
..sonal Representative.
All persons interested in the er
... .....%...%.;...








648-5011 Sales

. MEXICO BEACH
Carolina St.; 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
: $24,000. __
7th St., 3 bdrm., 2 ba. doul
$50,000.
35thb St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. be
house, $60,000,
Azalea & Palm, 3 bdrm., 1
$60,000. _
386A, 2 bdrm., 1 ba. on
. $38,000.
8th St., 3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick I
yrs. old, $68,500:
*Fortner Aye., 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
S$24,000. _____
6th St:, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. house, r
� to $49,000. ______
27th St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba., $43,0(
34th St., 4 bdrm., 2 ba. stilt
$104,000.
39th St., 4 bdrm., 2'%/ ba. stilt
$104,000.
42nd St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. brick
$62,000 w good owner financial
down, bal. 20 yrs. 13% Interes
Circle Dr. East, 3 bdrm, 2 b.
". home, $79,000.
Circle Dr. West, 3 bdrm., 2 b.
house, $79,000.
SNan Nook Rd., 3 bdrm., 1 b.
home with apt. only $80,000.
C Circle Dr., 3 bdrm. 2 ba. ne
brick home, $85,000.
Gulf front & 19th St., 3 bdrm
$115,000 w $50,000 down 13%
years. _
Grand Isle, 3 bdrm., 1 ba. w
only $50,000._
Arizona Ave., 3 bdrm. 2 ba. on
+ yrs. old, $78,000.
Georgia Ave., 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
only $29,000. __
30th St. beachalde, 2 bdrm.,
house, $53,500.
.35th St. & Hwy. 98 beachside,
Sba. house, $55,000.
i;. circle Dr., duplex, beachslde, I
w$20,000 down & owner finer
23rd St. & Hwy. 98, 3 bd., 2 ba
gulf view, $68,000.
1 11th St. & Hwy. 98, triplex, g
vestment Is 3 bdrm., 1 ba. ur
w1*o 2 bdrm., 1 ba. units. $15C
- eal owner financing.
4th St. & alley, $35,500, 1 bd. 1
29th St. duplex, 2 bd. 1 ba. eac
.$5,0o00. ____
29th St. duplex, t bd. 1 ba. eac
$45,000. _____
S28th St. duplex,' 2 bd. 1 ba. eac
$85,000. ___
3 mi. from Mexico Beach, 3 bd
btg house on 10 acres, $7200(

.:^ - GULF AIRE
We also have lota still avails
Gulf Aire with 11''% finan.
streets, underground utilities.


The reason for such low
figures is no mystery for
anyone living in Florida.
Rainfall has been well above
normal throughout the state-
not for a few weeks, but for a


Public Notices

whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenge the validity
of the decedent's will, the qualifications
of the personal representative, or the
venue or jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: 28th day of Ju-
ly, 1983.
ZENOFIA MARSHALL NACE,
As Personal Representative of
the Estate of
DONALD E. NACE, deceased.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
FRANK A. BAKER '
119 River Street
Blountstown, Florida-32424
Telephone: (904) 674-5481


IN THE COUNTY COURT, BAY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
SERVICES CORPORATION INTERNA-
TIONAL
4t 7/28 d/b/a SMITH FUNERAL HOME,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GULF JERRY RUTH HUTCHINS,
Defendant.
IVISlON Case No. 78-1164-CC
er 83-14 NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE Is given that I, K. E. Murphy, as
Sheriff-of Gulf County, Florida, under and
by virtue of a Writ of Execution issued out
)N of and under the seal of this Court, in the
IMS OR above styled matter, have levied upon the
ABOVE following described real property:
)NS IN- Commencing at the Southwest cor-
ner of the Northwest Quarter of
hat the Southwest Quarter of Section 5,
ONALD Townrhip 7 South, Range 8 West and
13-14, is running East 30 feet; Thence run
or Gulf North 210 feet for point of beginning;
the ad- Thence run N. Run 70 feet; thence
at, Port run E. 100 feet; thence run South 70
arsenal ft., thence run West 100 feet to point
ENOFIA of beginning. Said lot being in Lot
awford, One (1) Block "C" - Whitfleld Acres to
me and Howard Creek. Lying and being In
tatve's Section 5, Township Seven (7) South,
mnds Range 8 West, Gulf County, Florida.
WITHIN Commencing at the SW corner of ,the
iTE OF NW'% of the SWR of Section 5,
: THIS Township 7 South, Range 8 West;
e above thence run East 30 feet; thence North
laim or " 210 feet; thence East 100 feet to the
m must Point of Beginning of this descrip-
e basis tlon; thence East 110 ft.; thence
reass of North 110 feet; thence West 110 feet;
6o. ana thence run South 110' feet to the
not yet Point of Beginning, same being a
nme ue portion of Lot 1 of Block "C" of Whit-
mingent , field Acres Subdivision. :
the uh- ' Commence at the Soutfiwest corner
claim Is of the Northwest Quarter of the
scribed. Southwest Quarter of Section 5,
efficient Township 7 South, Range. 8 West;
enable thence East 240.00 feet along the
ch Per- South line of the Northwest Quarter
of the Southwest Quarter of said
state to Section 5; thence Northiand parallel


9


* 648
* 11/801

trailer,

blewide,

achslde

11 ba.,

big lot,

home. 4

trailer,

reduced

)0.
house,

house,

house,
ing 10%
st.
a. brick

a. brick,

a. brick

ar new.

., 2 be.
int. 30

garage,

nly 2'V

trailer,

1 ba.

2 bd. 1

$89,500
icing.
). great

Teat In-
nit, arid
1,000 w


few months!
"Indescribably nice; relax-
ing," is what Division of
Forestry Fire Chief Michael
C. Long calls the first six
months of the year. "After the


to the West line of the Northwest
Quarter of the Southwest Quarter for
122.80 feet tb a Point on the North
right-of-way line of a County Road
and the Point of Beginning; thence
continue North for 87.20 feet; thence
West and parallel to the South line of
the Northwest Quarter of the
Southwest Quarter for 210.00 feet;
thence South and parallel to the
West line of the Northwest Quarter
of the Southwest Quarter for 64.71
feet to a Point on the North right-of-
way line of a County Road; thence
Southeasterly along said right-of-
way line for 211.21 feet to the Point
of Beginning. Further described as
that part of Lot 4 of Block C of Whit-
field Acres (an unrecorded subdivi-
sion) lying North of State Road No.
387;
as the property of the defendant, Jerry
Ruth Hutchins. That on the 24th day of
August, 1983, during the legal hours of
sale and more specifically at 2:00 (EST)
P.M. on the north steps of the County
Courthouse, I will offer for sale and sell to
the highest bidder for cash in hand the
described real property of the defendant
to satisfy the above named Writ of Execu-
tion.
K. E. MURPHY,
Sheriff of Gulf County
By: Is/ K. E. Murphy
4t 7128
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
Case No. 82-249
CLIFFORD McDUFFIE,
Plaintiff,
vs. . ,
JAMES M. BROOKS and
WILLIE LEE BROOKS,
Defendants.
NOTICE.OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
a Final Judgment dated June 20, 1983, in
Case No. 82-249 of the Circuit Court of
the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit in and for
Gulf County, Florida, in which CLIFFORD
McDUFFIE Is the Plaintiff and JAMES M.
BROOKS and WILLIE LEE BROOKS are
the Defendants, the undersigned Circuit
Court Clerk shall sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the front door of
the Gulf County Courthouse In Port St.
Joe, Gulf County, Florida, at 11:00 A.M.
(Eastern time) on Thursday, August 11,
1983, the real property set forth In the
Final Judgment and described as follows:
Commencing at the Northeast Cor-
ner of SE� of NE'A, of Section 31,
T5S, R11W, and run West on Forty
line for 443 ft. to the Point of Beginn-
ing. Thence continue to run West for
172 feet; thence run South 270 feat to
the North line of -Present County
Road; thence run East along North
dide of County Road for 172 feet;
thenct'Brun North for 270 feet to the
Point.of Beginning. Same lying and,
being in Section 31, T5S; R11W, Gulf
County, Florida. 1
DATED this the 25th day of July, 1983.
JERRY GATES; ,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Is/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
2t 7/28


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
1800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 * P.O. Bx:1332 I1
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
?EAL ESTATE SALES * BEACH RENTALS REALTOR

* After Hours: 648-8977
-5716 Rentals or 648-8939
or 648-8939
0-874-5299 (Out of State)
ST. JOE BEACH WEWAHITCHKA
Hwy. 98 & Pineda - great gulf view 2 STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES: acre
bd. 1 .ba. $78,000. . tracts on the Creek; only $300.00
Americus Ave., 3 bd., 2 ba. 'nice; down; beautiful land w oak trees and
$45,000. rolling hills. '
Fla. Ave., 3 bd. 2 ba. on 3 lots,. Restaurant, well established with
$52,900. local clientele. Near coast'- hunt-
ing, fishing area, good cash flow,
DeSoto St., 2 bd., 1 ba. $43,000. , owner financing available, house in-
BEACONHLL cluded, $135,000.00.
BEACON HILL ,-
30 Acres near the City limits: ideal for
Hwy. 98 & gulf front, A-frame, 3 bd. 2 development.____
ba. $150,000.
Hwy. 98 & beacon light, 2 bd., 2 ba. BEACHFRONT LOTS
$45,000. _______LT
3rd5.,3bd. ba.$36,000.St. Joe Beach - Atlantic St. end,'
3rd St., 3 bd. 1 b. $36,000 $59,000.
OVERSTREET Hwy. 98 & 8th St., Mexico Beach, 66'
gulf front $68,000; 60' gulf front
Canal St., 2 bd. 1 ba. on 1 acre, $64,000.
$25,000. Mexico Beach, 29th St., $83,000.
Pine St., 3 bd. 1 ba. brick home,
$45,000. TOWNHOUSES
Gulf Aire Subd., 3 bd., 2 ba. duplex
PORT ST. JOE with study. Special features. $95,000.
* New Listing: 2111 Juniper Ave. 3 Beachfront Gulf Aire Townhomes, 2
bdrm., 2 ba. Many extras, swimming bd. 2V ba. starting at $86,500.
pool. $71,500.__28th St., Blue Water, 2 bd. 1' bea.
New Listing: 1604 Garrison Ave., ex- $59,900.
tra nice 2 bd., 1 ba. house, $33,500. 42nd St., Gulf View 2 bd. 2% ba.
New Listing: 1301 Constitution Dr. - 4 (good owner fin. 10% down). $79,500.
bd., 3 ba., many nice features, must Beachfront & 9th St., Dolphin Run, 2
see to appreciate, $115,000. 'bd. 2'! be., $82,000; 3 bd. 2% be.
510 8th St., 3 bd. 1 be. $45,000. $92,000.
103 Yaupon, 3 bd. 2 ba. 1 yr. old brick 41st St. Sandcastle, 2 bd., 1/2 ba.
home, $59,500. ' $59,500 furnished.
9th St., 4 bd. 2 ba. $30,000. Hwy. 98 & 11th St. Casa Del Mar, 2 bd.
516 9th St. 4 bd. 1 ba. $23,000. 11/ ba. $75,000.
104 Yaupon, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. $65,000. 32nd St. Warren James, 2 bd. 1 v ba.,
$69,500, furnished.
706 Woodward Ave., 4 bdrm. 2 ba., $500furnhed
$22,500. 14th St.. Seaside, 2 bd. 1% ba.
1610 Long Ave., 4 bdrm., 2 be. $79,500.
$29,000. 37th St. Pier Pointe 2 bd. 1/2 be.
'2-----.$75,000.
619 Marvin Ave., 3 bd. 1 '/ ba. $33,400. $75,000.
St. Joseph Shores. Casa Del Mar
1306 Long Ave. 2 bd. 1 bea. $30,000. townhouses, 2 bd. 1'/! ba. $69,000;
Long Ave. duplex, 2 bd. 1 be. & 3 bd. 1 Casea Del Mar Villas 2 bd. 1 ba.
ba. duplex. $45,000, with good owner $45,000.
financing. __
515 8th St. 3 bd. 1 ba. $25,000. ' RENTALS
1912 Juniper Ave. 3 bd. 1'/1 ba. Monthly rentals available now. Call
$44,000. for Information.
2105 Palm Blvd., 3 bd. 2 be, lovely Can anr office for- Info. aeage With as
brick home $69,000. Ittl down as $300,
O0TS Letl in St. Joe each w only $1,900 down,
2 lots, Palm Blvd., $19,000. 12% is S fot
Larp selecten of Cape property, lots Mex-
WARD RIDGE IWe Beach Beacon Hill.
C205 Tapper Dr., 3 bd. 1 b. $3000 Anal front property available now with
205 Tapper Dr., 3 bd. 1 ba. $36,000.
owsw flnancdng.
HOWARD CREEK
New Listing: 50'x100' lot, 20'x40' OPEN HOUSE
dwelling. Good price at $15,000.00.
2 lots, 2 bd. 1 ba. trailer, $8,700.00. SAT. & SUN.
Squirrel Ave., 1 acre, 2 bd. 1 ba. 1-5 CSt
mobile home, 3 wells. $23,500.00. Gulf Aie Townhomes (Gulf
Deer Ave. Ig. 7 bd. 2 ba. $38,000.00.
Owner'financing. Aire Beach)


year we had from mid-1980
idi i01 dI nd p. ti a


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1983


New Phone




t System Installed


mia-imTix, we neea a year<- oI, A class' 5 NEAX61 Digital
two of low fire occurence an Central Office Switching Sys-
we've gotten it. As longasth tem at Blountstown, and a toll
rains continue we'll be hapw center for Port St. Joe, have
pyh. they- been placed in service recent-
it'hen theystop,however. ly by St. Joseph Tel. & Tel. Co.
"Ait'll the a different matt oer. it was announced by LeRoy
"All the good effects o Geary, director of sales and
above-normal rainfall have aiS n
li-sie, Longiq~nt out marketing, Switching Sys-
flip-side," Long points tems Division of NEC Ameri-
"The extra moisture allows ca Inc.
vegetation to grow at a; ca "c ,
vegetation to grow at The class 4C-5 Port St. Joe
tremendous rate in the forests exchange, e quipped with 3570
so when it quits raining- and lines and 1037 trunks, features
it will eventually- look out!"LAMACAMA In-WATS-Out-
Heavy vegetative buildupp WATS, USP separation,
often results in forest fires' EC's TASS (Traffic Assist-.
that are extremely difficult toT N"" "TASS (Tramffc Assst-
that are extremely difficult t dance Service System) equip-
extinguish because there is meant and IMTS (Improved
more fuel for the fires and Mobile T elehone r "(ve
because the extra vegetation;Mbil The S" e
capability. The system em-
hampers the equipment used ployes 720 digital trunks, ONI
to fight them. By-link (provides for access to
SWe're strongly encoura-- A-an operator if an ANI failure
ging landowners to prescribe"'o
burn forest property when thdg.0. -trunk connection test, and
",wea doetrma do a so automaticc line insulation tests
donnormallydoaotof. and 100 percent pushbutton
burning during t m capability. Subscribers will
months, but as we head intdo� ..
late summer and early fall it 1isi xsuprombcllinegdfeauDsn
should be seriously consider- Call Waiting; Call Forward-

"Ather important thing toin; Three-way Calling
Speed Calling, Call Intercept,
remember is the increased "(do not disturb), and Call
need for fire breaks. Many Recall (wake-up).
landowners don't choose to The 6 TA operator posi-
maintain theirfirebreaks on a "ticketess"
yearly basis, but dung system- consisting of an
ods of heavy growth like -eectronic ticket that is stored
we're having it is wise to step .in the machine's memory and
up the maintenance sche- cannot be processed until an
dule." theinformation re uired is
The Division of Forestry, the information required is
Department of AgricultuMre
and Consumer Services, offers
low-cost assistance with fire--
.line plowing and prescribed Eye
burning. Contact your local
office for information. Upeners


$500 REWARD
for information leading to ar-,
rest and conviction of person
responsible for theft of 1983
Honda ATC 200X. Call
CAO OVY7O


, ByDr.
Wesley Grace


REMINDERS FOR
CONTACT LENS WEARlEtS
Recent improvements in
hard, soft and gas-permeable
contact lenses has caused a


50m - __,o. ' dramatic increase in the
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS numbers of contact lens
The Board of County Commission of wearers. But there are times
Gulf County will receive sealed bids from
any person, company, or corporaltorn n. when it is advisable not. to
terested In selling Ine County the 'oilo*-. ttear Contact lenBS, . or to
Ing described personal property:, exercise extreme 'caution if
One (1) (Short Version) Modular Am A.
bulance Rescue Vehicle, Type.]; as yOu do.
per attached specifications. Delivery ' Remove your contact
dale must be specilied Liquidated lenses:
damages lor failure to deliver unit on len
specified dale will be set at $5 00 per 1. When you go to sleep, un-
day less you have the "extended
Bids will be received until 7:00 o'clock
P.M., E.D.T., August 23, 1983, at the Office wear type.
of the Clerk of Circuit Court, 1000 Fifth 2. When you go swimming;
Street, Port St. Joe, FL 82456. The Board the chance of losing them is
reserves the right to reject any and all
bids,-a very great.
bids. 3. When there is extreme pol"
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 3 When there is extreme pol
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA ' lution in the air, or you are
By: Is/ Billy Branch, Chairman 4 working in an environment
2t 814 with irritating gases or
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS chemicals, or even
The Board of County Commissioners of chemical sprays.
Gulf County will receive sealed bids from 4 When something gets in
any person, company; or corporation in- y en omeiug ge in
terested in purchasing the following your eye, or you may wind
'described personal property which' has up with a painful abrasion
been declared surplus: (scratch). After the foreign
Four (4) Used Arkla Air Conditioning (scratch). After te foreign
Units. - body is removed, and the
Bids will be received until 7:00 O'clock eye is no longer -irritated,
P.M., E.D.T., August 23,1983, at the Office the lens or lenses ma be
of the Clerk of Circuit Court; 1OOFlfth the lens, or lenses, may be
St., Port St.. Joe, FL 32456. The Board reinserted.'
reserves the right to reject any an5d all 5. Should you have pain,
bids.-swellin or distorted vision.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ellng dite vision.
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA S 6. If you notice a tear or crack
Is/ Billy Branch, Chairman , in them.
2t 8/4 All contact lens wearers
S CI B ' should have a pair of glasses
The Board of County Commissiolers of handy in case contacts must
Gulf County, Florida, is in need of: be removed.
suitable fill dirt. Anyone having fill dirt In
the north or south end of the county who
will donate or sell to the county please , Presented As A
give us your bid in writing. Mail to the A. Public Service by
County Commission, 1000 5in Street. Port -
St. Joe, FL 32456 Bids *III oe opened DR. GRACE
August 23, 1983, at 7:00p.m. E.D.T.' DR. WESLEY GRACE
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, OPTOMETRIST
GULF COUNTY/,FLORIDA ' 322 Long Avenue
By: Is/ Billy Branch, Chairman 322 Long Avenue
-' - '' ~ *.~ r dn


S2t 814
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 83-112
IN RE: The Matter of the Adoption of
KEELAH ARLUN CROOM.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Cedric Maclln.
Fort Dix, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Petition for Adoption has been filed
against you and you are required to serve
a copy of your Answer or other response
to the Petition on Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ.,
P. O. Box 248
Port St. Joe. Florida 32456
and file the original thereof In the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County Cour-
thouse, Port St. Joe, Florida 32458, on or
before the 1st day of September, 1983. If
you fall to do so, a Judgment for the relief
sought-may be granted by Default.
DATED this the second day of August,
1983.
JERRY GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Isl Tonya Knox


SroP St. Joe, Firua
227-1410


A



Responsible male seeks
work 3-4 evenings per week.
Would prefer 6-11 p.m. Call
648-5670 daily between 2-7 p.m.
EST. It 8/4
Want to Rent: Mobile home
lot at Beacon Hill. Call
648-8562. 2tp 8/4
Wanted to Buy: Chest of
drawers and any wicker, rat,
tan or bamboo furniture.
Phone 229-8882. ltp


input by the operator. En-
countered trunk trouble is
automatically reported to
maintenance with the touch of
a button. A non-fatigue, plas-
ma display is used for "norm-
al room light" installations.
Each position can also be used
off-line for operator training.
The class 5 exchange at
Blountstown is equipped with
2935 lines. The office will have
the same capabilities as the
Port St. Joe switch and
subscribers will enjoy the
same custom calling features.,
The Switching Systems Di-
vision of NEC America offers
central office switching sys-
tems and data switching spe-
cifically designed to meet the
varied needs of telephone
operating companies and
common carriers.
NEC America, Inc. is a
wholly-owned subsidiary of
NEC Corporation, a leading
multinational manufacturer
of telecommunications, com-
puter and electronic equip-
* ment..


each Cobbler an American Classic


Peach cobbler, like peach buckle, peach fool or pandowdie
have been created by cooks with a lot of creativity, and a sense
of humor, too. The fact that they're still enjoyed today is a tri-
bute to their goodness. This peach cobbler is a classic version -
from the makers of Karo corn syrup.
PEACH COBBLER
2 pounds peaches, peeled, 1/ teaspoon ground nutmeg
sliced (about 4 cups) . 1, cup Karo light corn syrup
1 tablespoon corn starch Biscuit Topping (recipe
1 tablespoon corn starch follows)
Place peaches in 1'2-quart casserole dish. In small bowl stir to-
gether corn starch and nutmeg. Gradually stir in corn syrup until
smooth. Pour over peaches; toss to coat'evenly. Bake in 400�F
oven 20 minutes.. Drop Biscuit Topping by spoonfuls onto hot
fruit mixture. Bake 25 to 30 minutes longer or until golden
brown. Makes �8 servings'
Biscuit Topping: In bowl stir together 1 cup unsifted flour, 1
teaspoon baking powder and 's teaspoon salt. With pastry-blender
or 2 knives cut in 2 tablespoons corn oil margarine until coarse
crumbs form. In bowl stir togethertogether cup milk, 2 tablespoons
Karo light corn syrup and teaspoon grated lemon rind. Stir
into flour mixture just until blended.


Planning to Build?



FIRST. ..

Contact Your County Building Inspector

and Learn Requirements
(Including Those for Mobile Homes)

* Find Out Land Elevations and State Requirements

Before You Start Building

* Learn of New Flood Insurance Regulations


, * * f * *


Gulf County Building inspection Dept.

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

Phone 227-1930


r ~ ~ - * -


For Sales & Rental Information


on Cape San Bias

CONTACT


CAPE SAN BLAS REALTY

229-6916
'4











THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY. AUGUST 4,1983
'.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~. .....,' '. ,'_'. " '','.:'' ' ',_,"'.. .. ..""


REAL SAT


- -ORSALE_


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., 9a n . and good neighborhood.
$39,6.00.. 9 .f
Townhouses at Mexico Beach on canal. 2 bdrm., 1 '/ ba. with boat dock.
$74,900.00.
New on the Marketl 2 bdrm., 2 ba. mobile home in excel,. cond. Located on 1
acre of landd, all landscaped and 1 block from Intracoastal Waterway. A
good starter/retirement home at only $21,000.
House and land at Indian Pass Beach stretching from Lagoon to Gulf. Only
$135,000 for bay and gulf front property!
Executive home on Ig. lot w 3000+ sq. ft. of heated living space. Four
bdrm., 3 ba., formal IIv. rm.,.fla. rm., fireplace in beautiful neighborhood. By
appt. only.,
REDUCED OWNER ANXIOUS. Three bdrm., 1 be. masonry home in good
repair. Was $33,500, now $31,500.
Two bdrm., 1 ba. on Ig. lot, chain-link fenced. A good investment for rental
property at only $29,500.00.
Three bdrm., 1'A b. brick veneer In good neighborhood. Existing assum-
able V.A. mtg. at 9 n%, and owner will take 2nd mtg. w reasonable down
payment. By appointment only.
Facing the bay, 107 Hwy. 98, Highland View. Two bdrm., 1 ba. w 2 Fla. por-
ches, can. h&a, located on 2 Ig. lots enclosed w chain link fence, under-
ground sprinkler system, and 2 car garage. $39,000.09 w $20,000.00
assumable mig. at 9%%.
LOTS

Large lots on Cape San Bias starting at $10,000 to $25,000 and owner finan-
cing. Only 25% down, 10 years, 12% APR.
Waterfront and waterview lots at Indian Pass from $15,000.00 to $39,000.00.
With just 10% down, owner will finance for 15 years at 10% APR.

Hannon Insurance & Real Estate Agency
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133 Port St. Joe
Ryrg wR S t, Associate
iargelyn Weohui, Asocate -.64848231


* -


Lot 75x150' on Alabama, 2 bedroom, 1 bath house for
across from Beach Baptist sale, on comer lot in Oak
Chapel. $10,000. See W.W. Grove. For more information;
Owens, Court St., St. Joe call 229-6898. 4tp7/14
Beach. 2tp 7/28 '
2 lots, 70'x120' ea. Land St., misc
Wewahitchka. $2,000.00 each.
Call collect 785-9308. 4tc7/28 A
Three bedroom house, "V ...at sa one
$17,500.00. Call 648-5158.ito alo saxophone
3tc 7/28. case, $180. Call 648-.392.
______ sa 4tc8/4
2 bedroom block house in
Wewahitchka. Call 639-5755. Reliner, good icond, $25.
Wea c l375. Baby crib, mattress and
House for Sale: 17 months sheets, $50. Call 229-6604K
old, 3 bdrm, 2 ba., garage, before 1 and after 5 p.m. �
deck, priv. fence, shallow well I make Little Pal Dolls. You
&underground sprinkler, iog.n, pick hair color, eye color and
comerlot, FHA assumption, color of clothes. Large Pal un-'
no closing costs, 2101,,Juniper d $2 drged, 30.
Ave., Port St. Joe. 229-6388. dressed, $25;dressed, $17.50;
-p2t/4 Small Pal undressed, $17.50;
... dressed, $20. Call 227-1284 or
Two bdrm. house, 2 lots, 1g. 648-893. 2tc8/4
garage, plenty of garden Child's single bed apd
space, new pump & 'septic dresser. Den suit (couch,
tank, located 1% blocks from chair, rocker & ottoman). Call
Wetappo Creek boat landing, 229787 after 5 p.m.
free launching w purchase.:f
Must see inside to appreciate. 12'x68' Fleetwood mobile
$18,oo000. Call 785-8423 for more home. 2 bdrm., 2 full baths.
information or write to: Mrs. $3,000 equity and take up
W. I. Eddins, 1515 DeGama payments of $167.92 per
Avenue, Panama City, FL month. Call 229-8582 or 1/912-
32405. . 4tp7/14. 244-7500. ' 4tp8/4
------- ~--------------~ . Ia AUC* t~ UU1_ �O 1.5^A


ERA� PARKER REALTY, Realtor 1


HIGHWAY 98 & 31st ST.
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA


648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073
(Outside Florid)a)
1.800-342-6692 (Inside Florida)


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


BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
Proven Profit Earner serving Port
SSt. Joe and beaches area. New
modernly equipped restaurant w
eat.ln or carry. out facilities.
Located on Hwy. 98, Port St. Joe.
Small Investment will give Im-
medialte possession of operating
business. Consists of beer bar.
pool table, pizza and anacks.
Equipment and Inventory Includ-
' d. Great In town location . Call
for details.
Waterfront motel. 9 units close to
flashing pier. Ahlo Includes beer &
balt shop. 38th Street. Mexico
Beach.

MEXICO BEACH
2 bdrm. furnished stucco house
w/screen porch, new wiring, plumb-
ing, windows & storm doors 271h St.
1 /a blocks from beach 541,500
Furnished apartments close to
beach. Screen porch, 2 storage bidgs.
equipped wI washer & dryer. Call for
terms & details.:
Gulf front 2 bdrm., 1ba. . completely
furnished. Excellent rental. $74,000.
Grand Isle -'3 bdrm., 2 ba. new cedar
home, cen. .h&a, wallpaper, carpet,
vinyl, front & back decks, washer &
dryer hook-up plus single car garage,
$55,800. As.is.
Grand Isle - 3 bdrm., 2 be. new cedar
home w dbl. garage, deck on front &
back, can. h&a, carpet & vinyl, walk-in
closets As Is . $79.500. or completely
finished wirange, dishwasher, gar-
bage disposal & light fixtures
$89,500.
Comer 26th St. &'Hwy. 98, Two 1
bdrm. apts. One upstairs has. Ig.
.:sundeck,. downstairs Ig. screened
porch. Appliances included. Has ex-
cel. rental history.. $75,000. Owner.
financing.
Water Dr., 3 bdrm., 2 ba. on canal w
Ig. boat dock, Includes stove & refrlg.,
has cen. h&a, $74,500. $20,000 down,
owner financing.
2nd St., 3 bdrm., 2 be. double-wide
mobile hone on 1'/ lots of beautiful
grassed lawn, fireplace wlmarble
hearth, front & back deck & cement
drive. $55,000.
4 bdrm., 2 be., stucco 2 story house,
on 60'x122' lot, d.w.. stove, coiling
fans, many extras SeaSt $69.000 00
3 bdrm., 2 ba brick on nice corner lot,
1g. screen porch, garage, vacuum
system, cen. 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., 1 ba., new
carpeting & roof, $30,000.00.
Corner Virginia & Fla. Ave. -New,
modular w/brick; 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
fireplace, screen porch, fence.
75'x112.5 lot. $55,000.00. Terms.
Tenn. Ave.-3 bdrm., 3 bea., pool,
fireplace, jenn-aire range & grill,'
many extras. Financing available.
$96,000.
Comer 6th & Fla. Double-wide on 1 '
lots, 2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm., 2 be., In-
cludes appliances. $48,000.
Comer Palm & Azalea St. - Nice 3
bdrm., 2 be., brick & stucco. Includes
appliances & ator. house, fenced yd.
$59,500. Adjoining lot available.
Virginia Ave.-2 story, 1 Ig. bdrm.,
screen porch, downstairs unfinished,
has wiring & plumbing, $45,000.
Hwy 386-A-Doublewlde mobile
home, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. on 1.05 acres.
Good terms. $49,900.
29th St. at Hwy. 98 - 2 newly con-
structed, stilted 4 bdrm., 2 be. beach-
'houses. Unfurnished $79,000. Fur-
nished $84,500.


Hwy. 386A-2 bdrm., stilt house on
75'x185' lot. Furnished, $38,000.
Arizona Dr,-Stone & cedar, 3 bdrm.,
' 2 be., cathedral ceiling, skylights,
fireplace, many extras. Owner must
move. Reduced, $76,000.
Fo6rtner'Ave.-2 idlr.m,, (gscreenD
porch, fireplace, carpet, storage bldg.
S $37,250.00' 'r - . ..
A4th St.-2 bdrm., 1 be. on 75'x112'
shaded lot, $36,000. Assumable mor-
tgage.
Beachaide of Hwy. on 34th St.
Quadraplex each unit has 3 bdrm., 2
. ba. $53,000.00 ea.
12th St.-2 bdrm., 1 ba., cath. ceiling,
.jenn-aire, furnished, $45,000.
Beachslde 42nd St.-2 bdrm., 1 be.,
furnished, $63.500 00. financing avail.
Beachalde Circle Dr.-3 bdrm, 2 ba.
S glassed porch, furnished..$79,000.
Financing available.
Hwy. 98 & 24th St.-2nd lot from
beach, cb with fireplace,3 bdrm., 2
ba. $88,000. "
Beachelde Circle Dr.-3 bdrm., 2 be.
brick home, Includes all appliances,
fireplace, furnished, only 3 yrs. old;.
$84,000. Financing available.
Beachside 43rd St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba. w
place to build boat dock on canal
leading to Gulf. Owner financing with
'/i down & balance at 10%. $69,500.
Grand Isle-3 bdrm., 1 be. nice brick
house wlefficlency apt. adjoining on
,2 nice lots. $79,000.
26th St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba., 2 story
house, lot size 75'x100' $46,000.
Grand Isle Subd.-3 bdrm., 1 be., with
grapevines & shade trees, heat pump,
$50,000. __
Beachside 34th St.- 4 bdrm. Stilt
house with great gulf view, $104,000.
Beachside Circle Dr., brick duplex
with 2 bdrm., 1%' ba. each side.
Comp. furnished, can. h&a. $36,206
mortg. at 9*A%.'$85,000.

ST. JOE BEACH
3 bdrm., 2 be. home w/pool. 6' privacy
fence & many other extras, on 2 lots.
You must seel Owner financing wl
$20,000 down, $78,500.
Coronado St., 1 VI blocks to beach, 4
bdrm., 1 ba. house wlutility rm. &
front screened porch. Also Includes 1
bdrm., 1 be. apt. w/furnishings, Ex-
cellent rental, $41,900._,
Columbus St., '/ block to beach, 3
bdrm., 1 be. home, block wlbrick
veneer, appliances, workshop. Fami-
ly rm w/built-iln bookcase'& panelling.
$48;,000. __


WHITE CITY
2 houses and c.b. stor. bldg. %/ mile
from Intracoastal. $64,000.
Brick home on 252'x125' lot, $35,000.
Frame house on 100'x125' lot,
$18,000..
Store on 102'x125' lot, $25,000.
INDIAN PASS
Gulf:& lagoon frontage, approx. 3.53
acres on SR 30-B, near Indian Pass.
Property runs from lagoon to gulf & is
divided by hwy., Includes older house
& furnishings. Call for details.


PORT ST. JOE
Comfortable 3 bdrm. home on 1'%
lots, has fireplace,-ceiling fans, 3 yr.
old roof & more. Family neighbor-
hood. Yard fenced on 3 sides, shade
trees. 512 8th St. $32,000.
Tapper Ave. & Saunders Circle, new 3
bdrm., 2 ba. home w/cedar aiding,
double garage & heat pump. On '/
acre. $68,000. Reduced to $59,000.


U


TOWNHOUSES
Gulf front new 2 bdrm., 2% ba. cedar
townhouses. All appliances. $110,000
or make offer.
Pier Polnte Townouses, 2 bdrm., 1 'a
be., Ig. garden tub In full bath; 2
cypress decks, cedar siding, custom'
lighting, range, dishwasher, an,�,
trash.comp. Hunter calling fans, pull`
down stairs to attic, cypress board-
walks & more. $73,500.
SUnobstructed beach view, luxurious 3
bdrm, 3 be.. townhouses w/2 car
garage on bluff overlooking beach.
1,800 eq. ft. cet. h&a, all appliances,
$150,000.
Beacheide canal front townhouse w 2
bdrm., 2'� ba.,. can. h&a, all ap-
pliances, boat slip for 'each unit.
$75,800. _____
200' from Gulf -2 bdrm., 2% ba. units.
Kit. & bath wlEuropean style
cabinetry. 2 decks, can. h&a, carpet &
appliances Included. $79,500. Owner
financing with 25% down.
38th St. Phase IV Townhouses built
by James Tyson Co. Two & 3 bdrm.
units available, 2nd from beach.
$67,900 or $72,500.
Coronado Townhouses overlook Gulf
on St. Joe Beach. 2 bdrm., 1 'A be. Ap-
pliances, ceiling fan, custom cabs.,
private balcony & patio. Call us to
see. $85,000._
Waterfront luxury townhouses. Two
& 3 bdrm., 2% ba. units on 37th St.
Completely furnished ready to live or
vacation In. Elec.' kitchen
w/dishwasher, garb. disp., washer &
dryer, Jenn-ailre grill, 2 sundecks, 1
off master bdrm. & 1 off Ilv. rm.
$105,000 &'$115,000. "'
New 2 bdrm., 1�'. ba., cedar.
townhouse with furniture, & ap-
pliances included. Upstairs has sun
-deck. outside shower w hot & cold
water. $69,500.
Corner 14th St. & Hwy. 98, Seaside
Townhouses. 2 bdrm., 1' be.,
sunken liv. rm., refrig., dishwasher,
washer/dryer, ceiling plans,
- microwave, con. h&a/c, carpet, pre-
construction price, $89,500.00. Finan-
cing available. . .
UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW from 2nd
from beach site of cedar and stucco
townhouses.with 1,120 sq. ft. of living
area. Studio & bdrm., with cathedral
ceilings, 1 'A be., all appliances. 29th
St. $70,000.00.

OVERSTREET
Perfect retirement home. 3 bdrm.,
brick home on, .85 acres, reduced to
sell. $45,000.00. Owner anxious, must
move. Submit offers.
Almost new mobile home, 2 bdrm., 1
ba. on over '/ acre, furn., 24' well,
deck. Land is cleared & has 18"
regulation culvert & driveway,
$24,000. N. Long St.
BEACON HILL
3rd St. & 3rd Ave.-Duplex, 1 bdrm., 1
be. 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 Landing Rd. Almost an acre,
close to Chlpola River. 4 bdrm., 2 be.
unfurn. double wide. Enough room to
add several trailers fr.r income.
$23,500.
5 acre tract, with mobile home. Ir-
cludes nice barn & stor. bldg., land's
prepared for garden. $24,500. Near
Wewahltchka.
Hwy. 71 (Dalkeith), 3 bdrm., 1 be., ap-
prox. 1 acre, $18,000.
KINARD
3 bdrm., 1 be. frame home w/front and
back deck, 2 wells, fireplace & sits on
6.36 acres. $28,500.


Laoa sw o5am : u gger
671 diesel, automatic clutch,
sleeps 4, kitchen - butane gas
range, $30,000.00. 45' lugger
671 diesel, manual clutch, 4
blade prop, $17,500.00. Call
6484238 or 1/504479-3585.

24' Concord camper/travel
trailer. Self-contained;
tandem wheels, $2,300. 1968
model, excel. cond. Call
648-8270 after 5 on weekdays.
ltp8/4
Green Herculon sofa & mat-
ching chair in very good cond.
$175. Call 227-1647. Itp
Electric . sign -with
changeable face plate and let-
ters. Call 648-5684 or 648-5258.
4tc 8/4
Herculon Colonial couch and
chair, good cond. Octagon
wood table, 4 padded captain
chairs, good cond. Call
227-1669. :.Itc 8/4


1967 Starcraft boat 18', fiber-
glass hull, 120 h.p. Mercruiser.
Also 25 m.m. focal camera,
$130 or best offer. Call 639-5534
or 6394706. 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
A 410A Reid Avenue
227-1151
S tic 6/30


Boat, motor and trailer,
$1,500. Call648-5306. tfc7/14

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

tfc 8-4

Tupelo honey. Harvie Ken-
nedy, 229-6163. 124 2nd Ave.,
Oak Grove. 4tp 7/28







1974 Buick Electra, 'good
engine, excellent mill car,
$250. Call 2294805, or after
5:30 p.m. 229-806. ltc8/4
1973 GMC 10-wheel diesel
truck, 671 Detroit, good shape.
22 foot insulated box, working
Thermoking. First $3,500.00
cash. Call Bill Clark at
648-5971. ltp 8/4
1982 Mercury Lynx, equity
and assume payments. Call
229-8763.
1975 Plymouth Duster, 2 dr.,
with a slant 6 eng., auto.
trans., a/c, p/s, disc brakes,
am/fm stereo 8 track player.
For further information call
Dorothy or Clifton Bell at
648-5117. 55,200 miles.
1964 Chevrolet stepside,
8,500 miles on engine, $495.
Call2294055. tfc7/14
1980 Mercury Cougar XR7.
Call 229-6923 anytime.


New 14'x52', 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
trailer for rent, located on St.
Joe Beach, 2% blocks from
water. No pets allowed. Call'
648-5361. ltc8/4
2 bedroom house on Hwy. 98,
all appliances. $265.00 per
month plus deposit. Call
904/385-1625. 2tc 8/4
Unfurnished 3 bdrm. homes,
2 ba., cen. heat & air, carpet-
ed, fireplace, 1 yr. lease.
$290.00 a month. Call 648-5016
or 648-070. 2tc 8/4
Travel trailers for rent
day, -week or month (2 day
minimum). Rustic Sands
Campgrounds, 15th St., Mex-
leo Beach. 648-5229. tfc 7/7.
For Rent: Unfurnished
house in White city. 3 bdrm., 1
bath, large liv. room & dining
room. Call after 4:30, 229-6825.
Deposit required, 4tp 7/21-


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 conid.,, TV.
Thames Hotel. 2294-8723. 302
ReidAve. ' tfc7-I
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 Renee Schlickman.
Res'. 229-6105. tfc 7/
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.


OFFICE BUILDING
FOR RENT
- Call 227-1111
tfc8/4



- LE


YARD SALE: ColumbusSt.,
St. Joe Beach, Sat., August
6th, 9 a.m. till 4 p.m. 4
families.
YARD SALE: Fri. and Sat.,
9 till 3, 516 6th St. Odds and
ends, some furniture. ltp
Yard Sale: Friday, Aug. 5,
from 8 to2.3 families, 611 Gar-
rison Ave.
Porch Sale: Clothes:
women's and girls, infant and
children's; misc. items. Fri-
day, 7-5, Saturday, 7-54.228 7th
St., Port St. Joe.
Yard Sale: Sat., Aug. 6,9:00
till 3:00. Corner of 21st St. &
Juniper Avenue (2102).
Household items, handmade
gifts and clothing. No sales
.before 9:00 a.m. ltp
Garage Sale: Children's and
adult's clothing.' Some fur-
niture and other assorted
items. Sat. & Sun., Aug. 6 & 7.
From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 159 16th
St., Mexico Beach.
Yard Sale: Sat., August 6.
8:00 - 5:00. New and used. Few
clothes, tools. 669 Parker
Ave., Steve Wood.


YARD SALE
1610 Monument Ave.
Saturday, August 6
Three families. Plants, china,,
greeting cards and lots of
other goodies. 8:00 a.m. until.






Security guard position
available. Call 2294154 bet-
ween 12 and 3 p.m. or call
Panama City, 904/769-0723.
tfc7/14
Do You Have
PEST CONTROL
Experience?
We need a good selfnotivated
person for Port St. Joe and
beaches area. Call Jeff or
Gene Steen at 904/234-5960.
4tc7/14
$100 Per Week Part Time at
Home. Webster, America's
favorite dictionary company
needs home workers to update
local mailing lists. Easy work.
Can be done while watching
TV. All ages, experience un-
necessary. Call. 1/716-842-6000,
ext. 6628.


SERVICES


Child care in beaches area,
drop-ins welcome. Call
648-8432. 4t 7/28
SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe

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


Need someone to help with
spring cleaning or. regular:
domestic employment?' Call:
Gloria Bryant 2294-8085; Sarah
Smith' 229.6130; Ida Peterson
2294130, Renell Thomas 229-
6229, Angela Brackin 227-1555,
Janic Morris 2294206, Debra
Bailey 229-6313, Ola L.
Thomas 2294949, Pearl Win-
field 229-8949, Antoniettei
Lenox 229-6980, or Darlene
Cherry 229-866. tfc5/4


EXCELLENT

COPIES

Now Available atf

The Star


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


COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Red Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 2294899
tfe7/7



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


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida-32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6-5
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 CIO.
Machine Work - Welding
506 First Street
Phone 2296803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day 12/83


Conrad's Lawn Service,
paint and trim, and light
carpentry work. Cheap. Call
22M-8901 or 229-6580 anytime.
Atfc7/7


PAINTING
Spray or Brush
by
Blalock Construction Co.
229-8924
4tp 7/14



SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue
IL . '*'>*'*


The Sewing Room
S 410 A Reid Avenue V
Port St. Joe, Florida Ol

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"
- ' * . -


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 2294720
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
229-8981
14tp 6/30


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


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
UIIIRII T gilPPI


KIDDIE CORNER 306 Reid Avenue
X Corner of 5th St. and Georga
Mexieo Beach

ST. JOE CUSTOM

* HOT MEALS * PRE-SCHOOL TRAINING BUILDERS
: � * DROP-INS WELCOMED
GLENDA WHITiELD, Owner/Operator i '

�.... '..... . . ...'... ; .. .i... ...


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
406 7th Street 0 Mexico Beach, Fla.
Custom Matting & Framing of:
* PAINTINGS e PRINTS
* PHOTOGRAPHS * NEEDLEWORK
SEE OUR GIFT ITEMS
INCLUDING SHELL PRINTS, NOTE CARDS,
FINE ART SAND DOLLARS &
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS IN WATERCOLORS & PASTELS

OPEN Wed. thru Sat. - 10 a.m. -7 p.m. EST
Sunday - 1 p.m. * 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Member Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914'
We Will Be Closed August 15th to 24th


PAGE NINE


St. Joseph Bay


Frances C. Parker, Realtor
Cathay P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sulivan, Associate


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


"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


i


.










PAGE TEN


THI STAR, Port St. Joe,


County Has

BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
For the past four years I
have been working very close-
ly with aiPort St. Joe paper
Company retiree, Warren K.
Settlemnire, in Blueberry re-
search and the yield potential
of blueberries in Gulf County.
Mr. Settlemire has a small
: farm -located in the Dalkeith'
: area. Alog with some of his
a other agricultural endeavors, -
in 1978-79 he decided to devote CARTER
some of his time to Blueberry
production. . ende4 with six rows of ti
In the ! fall of 178,; Mr. 140 ft. long with 20 trees
Settlenlire started settuig his row: This plot measured t
blueberry trees. Whe he 8,711 sq. ft or 1-5 of an a
finished this plot in 19"9, he
! . , ,'1 . '\,L\ v w a s s e


* . i.


Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1983 ! '



Good Potential for Blueberry Production


trees,
per
to be-
icre.
-.,s


*Tese blueberty bushes (whi
-1 to the fact that Giuf County's i
S, W .i^ - ..- I


HIGHLAND VIES

BAPTIST CHIURM
i Corner of Fourth St. & Setond Ave.
- Welcome Friernd
SUNDAY SCHOOL . ............. . . . ...
WORSHIP SERVICE .......... 11:00 A.M.
L.HURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ... .�........
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) . ...
. 'Nurseiy Provided i BRO. JERRY



Port St. Joe's Most Exciting Place to



M 1 First Baptis
0 \ Poi St Joe,
, A 'SUNDAY'S SCI
9:45 ... BibleStt
* .[. .( ,� " '7 (Broadcast live t
'^. \ ( f , �6:3 .......Ch-

*k . "The nd of.Yo
Sfor A Friendly
HOWARR BROWN






Sur-Way Elect

411 Reid Avenue


Commercial, Reside

Remodelin g and

Service Work

CHARLES SOVELL.

S26 Years Experi6nce
Licensed and Bonded

Call Shorty al

229-6798


Mr. Settlemire and his wife
Violet started harvesting this
blueberry plot the last of June,
and a month later they had
harvested over 2000 lbs. of
berries from! this plot. These
yields areastronomical for 3�/2
to 4 year old plants. According
to our Extension research
data at the University of
Florida, a good yield for three
year old plants will usually be
between 2/ to 5 Ibs. compared
to yields ranging anywhere
from 16 tp 26 lbs. per plant in
Mr. Settleszire's research
plot. Mr. Settlemire contri-
butes his high yields to good
soil, large volumes of water
(natural rainfall and irriga-


tion), and proper pruning.
As information for. those
who would like to grow
blueberries: Blueberries are
most productive on soils with
low pH, preferably 4.2 to 5.2'
acid-type flatwood soils are
normally well suited for blue-
berries. The presence of na
tive blueberry plants. is a
definite indication of good.
blueberry land. Plants on soils,
with a high pH normally make
poor growth. Those grown in:'
areas where large amounts of'
wood or logs have been burned:
also make poor growth, since
the basic minerals in the ash'.
raise the soil pH above
optimum levels. Deep sands
^*"iS'^i.^AES*-' ^Br B


ori soils with a low water
holding capacity are poorly
adapted for blueberries.
Plants will not tolerate exces-
sive moisture for prolonged
periods.
Six rabbiteye cultivars are
recommended for planting in
our area. These are: Blue-
gem, Tifblue, Woodard, Brite-
blue, Delite and -Southland.
The, harvest season for rabbit-
eye cultivars is from late May
through July.
Most blueberry cultivars
are . self-upfruitful. Thus at
least two cultivars must be
planted together for good
pollination. Alternating culti-
vars by either single or double


rows is recommended.
The most satisfactory spa-
cing between rows is largely
determined by equipment
used in cultivation. The re-
commended spacing is 6 by 12
ft.
Before planting, the soil
should be well cultivated by
plowing, through disking or
rototilling to a depth of at least
six inches. Plants should be
set on beds normally about
eight to 14 inches high if the
soil is poorly drained. Bare-
root plants should be trans-
planted during the winter, and
care must be taken to prevent
drying of the fibrous roots
prior, during and after plant-
� Mnr�� - ff A


1lh dwarf Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Settlemire) attest -.Large, luselous clumps of blueberries are shown off by Mrs. Settlemire as
marshy soil Is great for blueberries. she closely Inspects the fruit. -Extension Photos



Tyndall Hosts Operation


Tranig Exercse for Natin ir Deense Forces


Copper Flag 83-3, a new
series of readiness exercises
9:4 A conducted at jTyndall for U. S.
.9:45 A.M. strategic air defense forces,
& 7:30 P.M. will heighten flying activities
6:30 PM: in the northwest Florida area
7:30. : M.. ' from August 14 thru 26.
The eighth and newest of
REGISTER . Tactical Air Command's
S'flag" exercises, Copper Flag
is held at Tyndall three times
a year.. Officials directing the
exercise said increased flying
Worship activities of jet fighters and
bombers will take place dur-
ing the exercise period.
Most, of the! flying activity
hlrch will take place on' Tyndall's
Ch rangesin the ~ulf of Mexico;
Florida however, there will be mis-
-EDULE sions over thq approved low-
HEDLElevel training area. This area
udy (all ages) is bordered by Carrabelle to
S. Worship , the east, Interstate I-10 to the
arh' Tining north and extends south over
Worship the Gulf of Mexico. A line from
Tyndall AFB just west of
u'r.,S arch Wewahitchka : and Compass
Church" Lake is the western border.
1ING, Pastor The exercise will also include
some overland supersonic
flights above 30,000 feet. These
sounds may be heard in
Panama City and surrounding
panhandle areas.
U. S. Air Force Air Defense
-* Weapons Center Commander,
SBrig. Gen. Dusty Davis said,
I Ic "Copper Flag has proven to be
an effective means of exer-
cising; air .defense forces
against a variety of threats."
Exercise scenarios at Cop-
per Flag 83-3 will include the
n tiaI full range of air' defense
S missions.
Addressing peacetime
alerts, aircrews will fly inter-
Septs against 'aircraft simu-
lating a, hostile penetration of
U. . S.airspace
Other' missions'will target a
general' war situation. Some
intercepts will be controlled
either by ground control or by
E-3A Airborne Warning' and,
Control System aircraft.' Ot-
her missions will simulate
S ' operations in which there is no
Control from ground or airiand
defending aircrews must rely
on their own skills to find and
S. destroy hostile, targets.,
Some 50 aircraft and "500


people will deploy to Copper
Flag 83-3. The defending, or.w
friendly, forces will include:
the 405th Tactical Training
Wing, Luke AFB, Ariz., with
F-15. Eagle aircraft; 107th
Fighter, Interceptor roup,
Niagara Falls IAP, N. Y.,
flying F-4s; 87th Fighter Inter-
ceptor Squadron, K. I. Saw-
yer, Mich., with F-106s; and
the 102nd Fighter Interceptor
Wing, Otis ANGB, Massi, also,
flying F-106s.
Attaching- forces will be-

First Sunday]

The men of Philadelphia
Primitive Baptist Church will
be in charge of this month's
First Sunday Fellowship Ser-
vices, which will begin at 11:00
,---,+~


The response by the Interior
Department to' President
Reagan's executive order for
greater involvement in federall
projects by historically black col-
leges and universities has been
aggressive and commendablee,
Equally impressive and com-
mendable:.. has 'been the
response by Flo.rida A&M,
SUniversity in Tallahassee where'
Dr. Walter Smith has been
working with top.' personnel
from Interior's Bureau of Land
'Management to involve FAMU
*in the agency's program;
Five FAMU students are.
.already involved tn extensive
land surveys in Alaska and
Colorado for the, Bureau of
Land, Management and Presi-
dent Smith is now visiting their
work sites to check the progress
qf the program.
The assignments are .for
survey work in land throughout.
Alaska and Colorado under the
jurisdiction of the BLM.::
SA spokesperson foir the
'Department praised noth Dr.
Smith and the Uhniversity-for
their early involvement in the
program, including cooperative
agreements over, the past
several years which positioned,
FAMU to move quickly to take-
advantage, of the president's
initiative.
In addition, said a BLM of-
ficial, the agency Is looking into
several other projects where it
can use FAMU's strengths -
including a possible exchange
program of agency profes-
sionals and FAMU faculty.
During a visit to my office
last week Dr. Smith and i1 had
an opportunity to. discuss a
broad range of programs which
open up as a result of President
Reagan's concern for greater in-:
volvement in the federal process
by historically black colleges
and universities.
The President's executive


simulated tby Strategic Air
Command, Tactical Air Com-
m nd arand'. Military Airlift-
Co mand aircraft, including
B-52s, F-111s, F-106s, RF-4s,'
MQ-130Qs and T-33s.
Ground battle management
and control will be provided
by members of the 25th Air
Division, 'McChord AFB,
Wash. This makes the first
time the battle staff will
operate from the new South-
east Region Operations Con-
trol Center- An E-3A AWACS-

Fellowship
A.M. The Church is located at
261 Avenue D.
Everyone is invited to come
an4 worship with the congre-
gation.


Congressman

)on Fuqua

Reports



order instructs all federal depart-
merts'io establish specific in-
itiatives' to involve historically
black institutions in their mis-
sions, thus giving them an op-
portunity to compete with larger
schools which have traditional-
ly had'a greater role in federal
research, service and cooper-
ative programs.
With FAMUs successful
record of working with the Na-
tional Aeprionautics and Space
Administration, the Farmers
Hoine Administration, and now
the.; Interior. Department the
potp ntial for future involvement
in federall programs is greatly
expanded by 'the executive
order.
This is creative federalism
which I 'fully: support, just as I
support! FAMU's growing na-
.tiorial' recognition in several
disciplines and encourage its
leadership i.n attaining new
goals.


Recent disclosures of sexual
misconduct between members
of congresss and Congressional
pqges working for the House of
Representatives were shocking
andi sickening, as much for me
as 'for ;any , member of the
public.
have long been concerned
that yotng, people, separated
fror their parents and living in
WaShington under lax supervi-
sion wee subject to being led
astray - though I certainly
never thought it would be by a
member of Congress.
As a result of these con-
cerrs I have never sponsored a
page.:'
With the recent disclosures,
however, I feel that my concern
mudt take a more direct form so
I have sponsored legislation to
abolish the House of Represen-
tatives page system.


aircraft from the 552nd.AWAC,
Wing, Tinhker AFB, Okla., will
control parts of the exercise
from the air.
Military Airlift Command
C-141 Starlifters and C-130
Hercules transport aircraft
will fly deploying personnel
and their support equipment
to Tyndall and return them to.
their home stations after the
exercise.


ing. Container grown plants
can be set any I time of the
year, Normally one or two
year old plants 4re preferred
for field planting; They should
be set the same depth at which
they. grew in the nursery or
container. The hole should be
dug large enough to allow
natural placeme t of the roots
without crowding. Pack the
soil around the Iroots at the
time of planting to avoid
air pockets and to prevent


*11


drying of the roots. Water well
if the soilis dry. It is essential
to maintain adequate mois-
ture around newly set plans.
Plants set during early
winter should be fertilized in
February with one ounce per.
plant of a "Camellia-Azalea"
type fertilizer. Apply one oz.;of.
ammonium sulfate per plant
monthly in June and August.
This should be spread evenly
on the soil surface in the area
covered by the foliage.


Replace your old room air conditioner

HIGH EFFICIENCY



hirl 1 ....




Room Air Conditio


I Whirlpool Model AHF.190-4
18,500/18,300 BTU
* HIGH-EFFICIENCY * 3-speed fan * 4-way ali
* Exhaust controll * Fresh Air Control * E
tional Settihgs help reduce operating ci
GUARD' c ntrol helps maintain the comfoir
* Adjustable thermostat * Slide-out Chaseli

SALE PRICED AT


Whirlpool
Model AHF-120.2
12,000 BTU/Hr.
* HIGH EFFICIENCY. 115 volt * Deluxe Front *
Energy Saving Options (Intermittent fan and ad-
justable thermostat) * 3-speed fan * 2-way air
direction *' Exhaust control * COMFORT
GUARD' control helps maintain comfort level
you select * Slide-out Chassis for faster In-
stallation.


SALE PRICED AT $48900


ST. JOE HARD/
201 Williams Avenue *Port St. Joe Ph


with a



























4
iler.
rdirection control
energy Saving Op-
ost * COMFORT
i level your select
*i' 8.4 EER.

00
' O










R,






















hone 2298028


C-T





Sherwin-Willia ns
PAINTS
SNow At'
Western Atou
Phone 227-1105


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 .. . .. 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAYI NIGHT . .. .. 7:00 P M.


N
CH::r


The Gulf County Guidance

U Clinic, Inc.

S Announces the Opening of
Psychological Counseling'
i Services in Wewahitchka .

Location: Gulf County Health Dept.
Office Hpurs: Every Friday afternoon
Beginning: July 29, 1983
APPOINTMENTS ACCEPTED BY COLLECT CALLS
Phone 227-1145 (24 Hours)


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With


SHANINON INSURANCE

Agency, Inc.

The ,Isurane Store Since 1943

Auto - Home -Business - Life

Flood - Bonds - Mutual funds

8:30 till 6:00 Mnday thrQugh Friday

221 eid Avenupu Phone 227-1133

We Aro HERE to Service What We Sell

ROY SMITH,,A ent FRANK HANNON, Agent
HAgOeNAgent


a


EmEmmommid


wan '


I




I


- V 9~


WEWAHITCHKA STORE ONL Y
DELICATESSEN
Deli Dinners......... .... .29 &up
2 Sausage & Homemade Biscuits 990
Bacon, Scrambled Egg, Biscuit ...... 790
Pineapple Pudding ........... pint690
Ham Salad Sandwich.............790

BAKERY
Bismark, Assorted Fillings ........45
Fried Pies, Apple or Cherry....... 390
GermanChocolate Cake............595
Home-Style Bread .............Luf99


BULK RATE
U. S. POSTAGE
8.4* PAID
Permit No. 3
SWewahitchlm, FL


,,"f",- " ",-,,,,,"" Prices Effective August 3-9, 1983


IGA
Dunkin Sticks ........... 2
IDA GOLDEN LOAF
Pound Cake ..........
IGA
Wheat Bread.........


. $139
� * 20 OZ. 0


H E A T H & E A T Y AlI


Hairspray . .... ...........
Aqua-Fresh ..............
SCRIPT MIGHTY MATCH
Lighter ............. .....
SERGEANT'S SENTRY V
Flea & Tick Collar.........


gaoz. $
$139
6.4 oz.
M, 88*
Each '


DOUBLEDISCUTSPEIL


USDA Choice Tablerite Beef Boneless Shoulder Roast.
USDA Choice Tablerite Beef Boneless Shoulder Steak.
USDA Choice Tablerite Beef Cube Chuck Steak....
USDA Choice Tablerite Beef T-Bone Steak .........
USDA Choice Tablerite Beef Whole Beef Loins ......
Tablerite Lean Boneless Stew Meat . .............


Gwaltney Sliced Turkey Ham ....... ...
Gwaltney Smoked Turkey Ham Chunks ....
Gwaltney Great Dogs ...............
Gwaltney Virginia Cured Sliced Bacon ....
Lykes Delicious Ham Franks... .....
Oscar Mayer Meat or Beef Wieners ......
Oscar Mayer Meat or Beef Bologna.. i ..


� " " .* .


. . .*


* .,.'. .5

* *.,. . -


* . ~. S S.
- . .'. . -
- ., . . . .


S ~. ~ S *, ~
. ., S - S ~


S.. I


33535553! 5


.. Lb. L .b.
.. b. *1.78
. L. L. .2.29
u. "3.68
Lb. . 2.48
L .. 1.78
S. oez. 1.29

. -12 oz. 69C


. . . . 12zo. 1.28
S. ... 12o. 1.08
. Lb., . 1.78
... Lb. 1.8


IGA GRADE A
LARGE

EGGS
DOZEN
EXPIRES AUG. 9, 1983
WITH 1 DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


I


D B DSiiUN SP : I IAL!


IGA
BACON'
12OZ. 6 1
EXPIRES AUG. 9, 1983
WITH l DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


IGA
PIZZAS


EXPIRES AUG. 9, 1983
WITH 1 DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE

7-- ---E- 3 I


MORNhter 1jERICO BUTTER ME NOT
MORTON 7r0 * -. o
Dinners ....... oz. IGA Bicuits.....
IGA CREAM OF CHICKEN
Orange Juice . . 12,,oz.79 OR KRAFT MIRACLE STICK
RITZ CREAM OF MUSHROOM Margarine....
Pie Shells ..... 2's Db
IGA WHOLE BABY f SOU P ' IGA CHEESE SPREAD .
Okra .......... o 59 Singles.... ... .16. oz
IGA CUT
Okra .. . .a. . ... .. ooz. ' SEALTEST
IGA $119 -_ NO.1 Sour Cream.'.. 16oz.
Ice Milk ....... v/.gai . 3 CANS U
ICE CREA $19 BREWERS
Sandwiches ..�. .pa1 2
i � ' i iYogurt ..... .. a8z.
.ga 8 g


Bush Hot Chili Beans ....
Bush Red Kidney Beans ..
Bush Black Eye Peas .,..
Bush Northern Beans ....
Bush Pinto Beans ......
Showboat Spaghetti.....
Kraft Orange Juice ....
Kraft Grape Jelly ........
Kraft Deluxe Dinners ....
Kraft 1000 isle Dressing..


. . . . . . .. ..3
. ....3


.3
.3


300 88
3oo 88+
300 880
300 88.

o o 88z
Vs gal. $170
316 1
Uoz.
16 oz. $12


. I ,, . .. , . .


Contadina Tomato Paste..
Contadina Tomato Sauce .
Armour Potted Meat .....
Armour Vienna Sausage ..
Armour Treet.........
Vlasic I.B. Dill Chips .....
Nestle Quick Chocolate ...
Spic & Span ...... .
Comet Cleanser....... .


. .1


. .* . * *

.* . *
. . . * * *,


3 ioz. 100

4 3. $100
2 ,oz. 880
3. 2 oz. $1 9

. 216' $2
54 oz. 289
. 21 i., 59�


880




169


U


STARKIST CHUNK
TUNA 29
6.5 OZS.



WFOLGER'S
COFFEE l
1 LB.
EXPIRES AUG. 9, 1983
WITH 1 DOUBLFDISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


FIG TREES ,.L,r,.e3IInPots) ....... 5.00


ELEPHANT EARS Giant Size(2 gl. pets)

ELEPHANT EARS Gant.Sze ( 3. pots)


FRESH SHELLED EVERY DAY
PEAS and BUTTERBEANS
mL


RED EMPEROR OR WHITE
SEEDLESS GRAPES .... .0


Washington State Red or Gold $ 49
Delicious APPLES .-3lb.b.I$ 4
California $
Plums or Nectarines 3lb..t 1


IDAHO BAKING POTATOES


Green

Boiling
Peanuts


lb. 59


... 10fr991
...ch$1.19
....... ... *... Sea 1.199
,.. ,0..,990

S' . a. . . 3 Ib. ,*7 9


..1...... . . . o.bg $1.99


TENDER OKRA


TOMATOES


_____________________________________________________________________ U U ~-


ft 9' ~<;


'4 .,~-


'*1


M3.00
s5.00


-----------


I


PF *


. . ,. . . ;.;. .


* .
* .


.........,




, - ...... . .. ...


- . -


7
,4
I





















1
" i













9
5
"ii
I1

3
4
5

1


10


Ti



.11


Armour Vienna Sausage


Limit 3P
Lim*'t$P
-t


00 countSweet & Low .4.......
2 oz. Manco Corned Beef ..,.


a . .39
* 99C


p1.19
..m&


Lb. Perfection Rice.- .'.|, -,. m 0 a . 9 ,
B Oz. Fine Fare or Parade Salad Oi,1 .79
0 Lb. Trailblazer Dog Food ...... $7.49


0 Lb. Fine Fare Charcoal
0 Lb. Fine Fare Charcoal ..


. .


/ Lb. Aunt Jemima White Grits


FROZENFOOeDS


Pot Pes for:
O.L rsey.USTARD, COARDS % Gafi Meadow Gold
urnip Greens 99 IceCream .
Id.yo 4 Ears 12 O-. Smiw Crop
ORN on COB 99' 5 ALIVE ,


DAIRY DEPTW'1#r^


Adr Margarine
OZ. Old $*, 9% Cmnt ,UTTER-ME-N'i
)RANGE JUICE 99C BISCUITS
raft American


CHEESE
!M^IP rWe


120 z.


et


* a


IESIELGNI


. ~/99


SBeef Eye-0-Round . ..... . 1, Lb:.l99:
S RLath All Meat, i, Our Best 3 Down small
SIBOLOGNA . . v.69 Spare Ribs


P00

$169
.. 1 '*


.


.88


99
2199C
w


All Meat Stew.... . ...
Family Pak Sliced Slab Bac
Smoked Pork Neckbone .
Blade End Cut Pork Chops


.,... 1.69 -. lI

on . LO1.N29 RIBS
S / - Ci . country
* m m ~St


Swift American Cooked Ham .0. 1.69


h taR Roll Sausage .


. . . -.. . . 88.


.USDA Good
Chuck Sti


Lb.


I * *** * . * * *'*"*


USDA Good


Rump Roast


^$


49


Lb.


SAVE MORE


16 Oz. Sweet
Cucumber Chips


32 Oz.
CATSUP ...
303 Can
SWEET PEAS


o77


16 Oz.
TOMATOES


SOz.COFFEE
INSTANT COFFEE


I


r ^ - ^ MONEY CAWTIUY
$169 USDA Choice New Y
. JL usDA Choice Shisk4


T-Bone


Lb.


WITH SAVEWAY'S LARC


CITRUS PUN
12 OL Chicken
Luncheon M


iL- M Il


3.11l


33 10 iMATO SOUP l a1. 00 AOz.An
,.. ... . ' TOMATO SOUP 1.UU0 EVAPORATE


hl Zh- -Z -Z -~--db db .k�-dk--k--b--d--db--.d&wW r r r - - gf - - kb ah ddh .h d


' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i ' * . <'* * * .' *.
- " ** . *ii i''A '. - - '' '
* ' . i.' ' i" . * : *' 1 !- i 1


Oz.


40z.AlpoDog Food . ... ..3 .00
1 ives Cat Food E.G ws MIn 0 *mO


tFa
SG(
6 4
0
S Ki

S


.. ...3991y


Rup- -.qw- -qqp- -w- -qw- -qw- -qp- -qp- -qp- -w- -q


. . . . .


II


, l I 'r ' ,


I


A




............................................................................................................................................................ . .


S. .- I .~ .4.


OCCUPANT
P. O. BOX
PORT ST. JOE, FL 32456


Fresh Frying Chicken

Qtr'd Fryer Thighs


IUSDA CHOICE IBEFL -
we a'THAT'S No NuL
SStip ..... .$4
bobs..... . $3


iSteak


Pork Liver . ..39' Round Steak L, -
Pk F Power Pak 12 OL.9
Neckbone . .39 FRANKS ....69
TURKEY DRUMSTICKS, C
Necks, Wings ,..49 Pork Feet .. .u39
Family Pak Chicken Wings .39'
Family Pak Drumsticks ... 59C
Cut-Up Whole FryersEx. BackGiblet Lb.55C


Iowa USDA Choice Delmonicos a$439
Iowa USDA Choice Porterhouse ..339.
Iowa USDA Choice Bnos. Sirloin *3 33


Iowa USDA Choice Savoy Oven Roasts. $8.
USDA Choice Rolled Bls. Chuck ,.$1 f
USDA Choice Denver Oven Roast 2.239


Sirloin Steak $
_ USDA Good


Sweet
CANTALOUPES


2-For


$100


ICE COLD WATERMELONS
VINE-RIPE
TOMATOES Lb.3 09
BOX......$4.95
MOUNTAIN GROWN
POLE BEANS. ...


25 Pound Box
^ ^"^AN


18.95


SELECTION OF NO BRAIN
20 RAISINBRAN
;l .%0055 RAISIN BRAN


at... 87C
MILK 38


PINE CLEANER


ITEMS!! .


1.81 GARLIC SALOz.
. . ., 1.81 GARLIC SALT


i,~U,.


*


c.... C CRACKERS 79c
a 077 CHEESE CRACKERS 79


42L . . D e22 O. All Purpose
Laundry Detergent 15 SPRAY CLEANER ..0


,6


S*, .,., .' -A, -A.~


| U. S. POSTASE 3
8.4� PAID
S Permit Meo. 5
.irtL .Joe,3456


09


Fresh Crisp
BELL PEPPERS
4 9
EACH


Georgia
FIELD CORN


Ears









THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Flp THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1983


U1 890 each

reg. $1.29 each







S.uter(ent.







Sanford's Rubber Cement
For wrinkle free pasting and mounting.
Exces's rubs off quickly. 4 oz. bottle-
brush in cap.


II
00[T7


2.99each
reg. $3.99


Webster's Desk Dictionary
Paperback edition with over 50,000
entries, pronunciations, modern def-
initions, derivations. DB5-50-420
Also on Sale
Roget's Thesaurus
Book of synonyms and antonyms.


$2.36 each


reg. $2.95


$1.65/dz.
reg. $2.35/d&z.


Associated

Pencils

Wood-cased velvet pencils of the finest
quality. Pressure proofed bounding for
point strength, hexagon barrel of the
finest California cedar. Red eraser.


Kids Need Inununizations for School


Florida law requires that all
children entering school for
the first time- any school and
all grades- must be im-
munized and have proof of a -
physical examination by a
physician in the previous 12
months. The required immu-
nizations include: Polio, Mea-
sles, Mumps, Rubella, Dip-
theria; Tetanus and Pertussis.
Immunizations are import-
ant. They protect your child
against diseases that can have,
a devastating effect on them.
While it may seem that no one
has these diseases any more,
some are actually on the rise.
In the first six months of 1983,


138 cases of measles were
reported in Florida; 218 cases
were reported in 1982.
According to Henry Janow-
ski, Director of the Immuniza-
tion Program, Florida has the
second highest number of
measles cases of any state in
the country this year.
"The best way to protect
children is to be sure that
every child is immunized,"
said Janowski. '
Last year, 97.1 percent of
Florida children entering kin-
dergarten and first grade
were in compliance with the
law.
Since Florida law states that


all children must have proof of
immunization, this year heal-
th officials will not only be
looking at kindergarten, and
first grade, they will be taking
a critical look at immuniza-
tion records in all grade
levels.
Most children receive their
immunizations as infants.
However, some shots may
have been forgotten or records
may have. been misplaced. By
planning now, you can avoid
the last minute rush.
Immunizations and physical
exams are available through
your local county health unit
or private physician.. As the


school year approaches, how-
ever, lines at the health units
get long and doctors' sche-
dules may be booked. There
may not be time to obtain a
copy of a misplaced shot
record.
So begin planning now. As


you make your preparations
for your children to attend
school, be sure that they have
all the required immuniza-
tions. Make that first day of
school a relaxed and happy on.
Most important, don't leave
your child unprotected.


Rifle Club Monthly Meeting


It's summer and the new
school year is just around the
corner.
Stores already are featuring
back-to-school sales and mo-
thers are beginning to think
about all the preparations that
need to be made before school
starts.
This is an exciting time and
a hectic one, too. There are so
many things to do- new
clothes, new shoes, school
supplies and books all have to
be bought.
While making all these
preparations, don't forget one
of the most important to your
child- immunizations.


station of muzzle loading
firearms will be given. AllR
members and ,guests are
urged to attend.
All ladies interested in the
self defense pistol course are
invited.


M IiNUTES. . The Board of Gulf County Commissioners


1.,,

W

'1

I-



~'i2'.








F,



1-
s-'.





Li'


The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County,
Florida, met July 12, .1983 in
regular session with the fol-
lowing members' present:
Chairman Billy Branch, Jim-
my 0. Gortman, Everett
Owens, Jr., Doug Birming-
ham, and Eldridge Money.
Also present were: Attorney
William J. Rish, Mosquito
Control Director Doug Kent,
Road Superintendent Bob
Lester, Clerk Jerry Gates,
Deputy Clerk Maurell Cum-
bie, and Civil Defense Direc-
tor-Bailiff Bill Lamar.
The meeting came to order
at 9:00 a.m.
SWesley Ramsey, Editor,
Star Publishing Company,
opened the meeting with pray-
er a e.,,Jpd the pledge, of
allegiance to the flag.
Upon motion by Comnm.
Money,. second by Comm.,
Owens, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the mi-
nutes of June 28, 1983.
Pursuant to public notice to
re-advertise to receive bids to
overhaul a Super 250-Cum-
mins Engine for the Mosquito
Control Department, the fol-
lowing bids were received:
Swaney Diesel Service, Inc.,
Panama City, Florida,
$5,780.91; Eastpoint Diesel &.
- Machine Service, Inc., East-
point, Florida, $5,312.53.
Comm. Owens moved the
Board accept the low bid of
Eastpoint Diesel at $5,312.53.
Comm. Money seconded the
motion and it passed unani-.
mously.
'The Board, having tabled.
the new motor grader bid
award until this date, discus-
sed the bids with Road Super-
iiitendenit' Bob Lester. Chair-
man Branch then gave the
Chair to Comm. Owens to
move the Board award the bid
to the low bidder Beard
Equipment Company, at
$48,901.12, with trade-in of a
used caterpillar. Comm. Mo-
-ney seconded the motion for
further discussion. After dis-
cussidn;,the motion passed by
utinaninmous vote. Chairman
Owens then returned the Chair
to Comm. Branch.
Mike Gay, Star Channels,
Ltd., reported his company
had installed cable tv in the
Wewahitchka area and it had
been pointed out to him that
some of the installations were
made outside of the city
limits; therefore he was re-
questing the Board grant Star
Channels a- cable tv franchise
for these areas. After discus-
sion, Comm. Birmingham
moved the Board adopt a
resolution granting Star Chan-
nels, Ltd. a non-exclusive
franchise to provide cable tv
service in the area from
Dalkeith north to the County
line. Comm. Gortrnan second-
ed the motion and it passed
unanimously. Resolution
Number 83-8 on file in Clerk's
office.
The Board then discussed
the possibility of Star Channel
servicing other areas of the
County (Highland View, White
City, etc.).
Arthur Lee Atwell requested
the Board establish county
requirements (occupational li-
censes, etc.) for contractors
working in Gulf County. After
discussion. Chairman, Branch
appointed Comm. '"* Money,
Comm. Gortman, and Build-,
ing Inspector DeWayne Manu-
el as a'committee to look into
this matter and report back to
the Board at a later date.
Upon motion by Comm.
Gorfian, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved'an invoice
in the amount of- $75.00, from
the State Association of Coun-
ty Commissioner of Florida,
for five County Commissioner
ManuelRepublications, Part I
& II.
Comm. Gortman moved the
Board approve paybnent in the
next fiscal year's budget of an
invoice from the West Florida
Resource Conservation & De-
velopment Project for support
'of resource conservation &
,development efforts being
carried out in the 13 member
counties. Comm. Owens sec-
onded the motion. After dis-
cussion, Comm. Owens with-
drew his. second and the
motion died for lack of a
second. Chairman Branch
then requested Mosquito Con-
-trol Director Kent obtain
information on this invoice
and report back to the Board.
Upon motion by Comm.


both the north and south end of
the county.
Comm. Gortman reported a
drainage problem at the Jim-
my Whitfield ditch on East
Lake View Drive in Wewahit-
chka, due to the contractor,
Gulf Asphalt Corporation, fail-
ing to install five joints of pipe
in the ditch. After discussion,
the Board agreed for Comm.
Gortman to have the Road
Department install drainage
pipe and clean the ditch as
part of the Road Department's
normal work.
The Board received a letter
from Mayor Allen McCully,
City of Ward Ridge, request-
ing the Gulf County Building
Inspector be appointed as
building inspector for Ward
Ridge, all building permits be
issued at the county office and
paid to same for those ser-
vices. The Board directed the
Clerk to write Mr. McCully
that they agreed to this
proposal.
Comm. Money presented
the Port St. Joe Ambulance


bid specifications, as prepar-
ed by Attorney Rish, Port St.
Joe Squad Chief Catherine
Ramsey, and himself. Comm.
Money then moved the Board
advertise to receive bids for
one new modular ambulance
rescue vehicle for the St. Joe
Ambulance Squad. Comm.
Gortman seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
Comm. Owens moved the
Board advertise to receive
bids to purchase a backhoe for
the Road Department, with or
without trade-in, and to also
advertise to sell the old
machine on the same bid.
Comm. Birmingham seconded
the motion for discussion.
After discussion, Comm.
Birmingham withdrew his se-
cond. Comm. Money then
seconded the motion and it
passed with the following
vote: Comm. Owens, Money,
Gortman, and Branch voted
yes. Comm. Birmingham vo-
ted no.
Chairman Branch requested
the Attorney advertise to hold


a public hearing to consider
closing the North end of
Hunter Street. in Oak Grove.
as previously agreed by the
Board.
Chairman Branch reported
the Florida Department of
Corrections had approved Ar-
chitect Charles A. Gaskins'
plans for installation of new
doors and a sound system at
the Gulf County jail. The
Board agreed to request the
Architect prepare specifica-
tions and advertise to receive
bids for these two items.
Comm. Owens moved the
Board advertise four used
cooling units, which are part
of the old air-conditioning
system at the courthouse, as
surplus property. Comm. Mo-
ney seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
Attorney Rish reported that
Mark Tomlinson would be
unable to prepare the County
insurance bid specifications
for the Board. After discus-
sion, the Board requested the
Clerk to check with Florida


State University to inquire if
someone attending FSU could
do this as a study project and
also check with a consulting
firm to obtain cost informa-
tion.
Upon motion by Comm.
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Gortman, and unani-
mous vote, the Board authori-
zed the Chairman and the
Clerk to execute any letters, ;,..
documents; etc:; necessar'yt- --
obtain the FHA contract for
the Beaches and Highland
View water system.
The Sheriff requested the
Board place trashcans
(drums) on the Dead Lakes
Dam Bridge as many people
had been requesting this.
After discussion,. the Board
agreed to apply for SBA Parks
& Recreation funds to pur-
chase a swacar to be placed
near the bridge and purchase
drums to be placed on the
bridge. There being no further
business, the meeting reces-'
sed at the call of the Chair-
man.


REPORT OF CONDITION


Consolidating domestic subsidiaries of the .

FLORIDA isIONAL BANk
~ Nuwofdmkic


'POIK ST. JOE


In the state of FLORIDA .. at the close of business on June 30, 1.. 983
published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under title 12. United States Code, Section 161.


Owens, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,
the Board directed the Clerk
distribute all Fire Control
'Funds, using the same formu-
las as last year, as follows:
$3,100.00 each to the Highland
View Fire Department, White
City Fire Department, and
Beaches Fire Department;
$1,000.00 to the City of Port St.
Joe Fire Department. (City of
Port St. Joe $1,000.00 invoice
previously approved and paid
on June 14, 1983).
The Clerk, having previous-
ly reported to the Board that
the Overstreet Fire Depart-
ment had overspent their
budgetand being instructed to
review the capital outlay
funds and. report back to the
Board, gave a report on
available capital outlay funds.
Comm. Gortman then moved
the invoices, totaling $1,400.28,
be paid from courthouse capi-
tal outlay funds. Comm. Mo-
ney seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
Clerk Gates reported the
Board received a $3,966.00
credit from Florida Municipal
Insurance Programs on the
1982-83 worker's compensa-
tion policy.
Clerk Gates reported At-
torney ,.Rish, Chairman
Branch, Comm . Money, and
himself attended the FHA
pre-application conference for
the Beaches and Highland
View Water System on Fri-
day, July 1, in Tallahassee.
Clerk Gates then reported on
general ;cost information of-
the water system and report-
.ed, that according to FHA, a
contract must be signed, by
August 15, 1983. The Bohrd r
then executed a contract with
the Beaches and Highland
View Water System engineer-.,
ing firm Barrett, Daffin, 1&'
Carlan.
The Board discussed possi-
ble uses (ie- boat landings,
parks, beautification of court-
house lawn) of state-wide
funds available through the
Small Business Administra-
tion Parks and Recreational
Development Programs to be
administered by the Depart-
ment of Community Affairs.
Upon motion by Comm. Birm-
ingham, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved and exe-
cuted a contract with the
Department of Community
Affairs requesting funds for
Gulf County. Chairman
Branch requested Mosquito-
Control Director Kent resear-
ch the uses these funds can be
spent for and prepare a letter
of proposed projects to accom-
pany the contract, and submit
both before the July 25th
deadline. .
The Board received a letter
from L. Glenn Stubbs, Cape
San Bias Water System, Inc.,
requesting an exclusive water
system franchise in the Cape
San Bias area. The Board
agreed to table this request in
order for the Attorney to
research this matter and
report his. findings to the
Board. The Board requested
the Clerk write Mr. Stubbs
informing him of the Board's
action.
Attorney Rish reported that
Gulf County's Flood Plain
Management Ordinance was:
approved by the FEMA, effec-.,
tive June 24, 1983.
The Board received a letter ,
from Congressman Fuqua re-
questing the Board- work
through the Port Authority,
making one application to
acquire the White City Pro-
perty. Chairman Branch re-
quested the Clerk write Con-
gressman Fuqua, informing
him the basis of the Board's
decision not to support the,
Port Authority's acquisition of,
this site, as previously given,
to the Port Authority by letter:
from the Board on April 13. ,
Comm. Birmingham discus-
sed the status of the Board's
previous agreement on May 24,
to advertise to hold a public,
hearing to consider closing
Azalea Drive in Twin Lakes;
Subdivision. The Attorney re-
ported he is presently taking,
care'of this advertisement.
Comm. Birmingham re-.
quested the Clerk advertise to'
receive bids to purchase fill
dirt, as previously approved
by the Board, using the same
specifications as the last
County fill dirt bid. The Board
agreed to change the bid to
receive bids for fill dirt from


numi-r


laQ 902


Statement of Resources and Liabilities


,:'


(A
Iu-
w
(0
(0


7-









ox -
Im
z







2.
0
uJ



0l
41


National Bank Region Numbe
I * ' * -


Cash and due from depository institutions'.. ...... .........
U S. Treasury securities ..... .
Obligations of other U S Government agencies and corporations ....,
Obligations of States and political subdivisions
in the United States . . . . . . ...
All other securities .. ...... . . ..... .. ........... . . . .
Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
Loans, Total (excluding unearned income)......... ........... 9,456,
.Less: Allowance for possible loan losses ................ 085,
S Loani s, Net .. .. . .. ,. .. ... . : .:.. . .. . ... . .. . . ....
Lease financing receives. ..... ... . ...... ........ ... ...
Bank premises; furniture and fixtures, and other-assets representing bank premises
Real estate owned other than bank premises ...........
Intangible assets . . . . .:. . ,........ . ... -...
All other assets .. . ..... . . . .
TOTAL ASSETS . ............. . . . ... .... -. .


er Sixth
Thousands of dollars

2,291,
1,458,
NONE


4,011,
032,
4, 00,



PIM


404,
NONE
22,493,


Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships,
and corporations ............:,: .. ...... '..............5,211
Time and sayings deposits qf individuals. partner-
ships; and corporations ...... .......................... 10,583
Deposits of United States Government .... .............. 008,
Deposits of States and political subdivisions in
the United States ., ... .. ; ...... . ...... ......... .....
All other deposits.......... . ..... ..... .... ... ...... N NE
Certified and 'officers' checks ........ ...... ......... .. ... ...... . .,
TOTAL DEPOSITS . ..... . ..... ..............1 9,724,
Total demand deposits .................................... 88
Total time and savings deposits ......... .............I..... i 3, 840, I
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ............... 800,
-Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to the U.S. Treasury and other
liabilities for borrowed money'.... ............ ....................... . . . ...... E
Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases ......... . ... ....... .� NONE
All other liabilities . 1 .. ... . : ..... . .... ...... .... ...... ...... ........... ... ' ... . .64',
TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) ............. ...... .... 20,688,
Subordinated notes and debentures ........... ....... NONE


Preferred stock
Common stock


No. shares outstanding NONE . ........ (par value)
No. shares authorized 16,000
No. shares outstanding . 16,000 J ........ (par value)


Surplus .. ............ ..... ... ....... ............. ........................
Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves ............. . ..... 755,
TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL ....: .... .. ........................................ . .......... - 1,805
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL ............. .......................... . . 22,493

Amounts outstanding as of report date: .
Standby letters of credit, total. ................................... ............ NONE
Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more .... ............... 2,787,
Other time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more ............................ NONE
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date:
STotal deposits . ......... ... . . . .. ..... . ....................... ................. .. . 19, 34 ,


We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this
statement of resources and liabilities. We declare that it has
been examined by us, and to the best of our knowledge and
belief is true and correct.


I G(T.1 W. WILLIAMS
Name

SR. VICE PREFSIDENl' & CASHIER

of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this
Report of Condition is true and correct to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
T1 .Y- ,6 ,, ., , /
,'- Tr.Y S 26 u. lqR.
Date


1/'.L


Charter


, ---












-i..
h-
14'
I'i" "'



Yt-' #^
,, ? . '
G,-.

t ,


IrThe Star

Publishing Co.

OFFICE SUPPLY STORE


304-306 Williams Ave. Phone 227-1278


PAGE FOURTEEN


number .-,,


The Gulf Rifle Club will hold.
its monthly meeting at 6:30
p.m. at the Range on Highway
71 on August 4th.
A trap shoot and rifle shoot
will be held after the short
business meeting. A demon-