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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
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notis - ABZ6320
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FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 50
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'THE 'STAR
Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY,'AUGUST 11, 1983


20 Per Copy


County Appraiser,



Clerk, Lock Horns



Over Wage Dispute b
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Robert Costin, owner of Costin's Insurance Agency
checks he lock on the door of the room where his clerks took
refuge from a robber list Wednesday afternoon. -Star photo
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Tb -inRobber,
The second I nbbery at chures and left because there
gunpoint in as iriany weeks happened to be a couple of
haCpoened i Port St. Joe last people in the Hannon Agen-
Wednesday afternoon, just as cy talking to the clerks.
The Star was beingdistribut- Clerks Nancy Jones and
ed to news.- stands and Pam Knox were alone in the
mailed. Costii Agency -when the
A tall, husky black man robber canip in.
robbed Costin's Insurance The robber pulled his gun
Agency of some $400 in cash, an demanded money He
holding the two clerks at gun then shoved the two clerks
S point while he demanded the into the rest room warmng
firtm h money e ccorde ing to them to keep quiet. The two
h information refetsed by Gulf clerks locked the door in
C.oun yShernfokon Murphy. order to keep the robber
ouThe robSery happened at outside the restroom
A dfout4 np.m. a After the robbery, the man
Several ss saw the ran across the street, and
Severob alb itneth ssesret ba e up the alley between Reid
S robbed on te street before Tand Williams Avenues to the
and .after the hold-up, but vicinity of First Street,
hnone even remotely guessed where he had a car waiting.
'a robbery had happened in Sheriff Murphy said the
Port St. Joe, especially since Sheriff's Department has a
the first gun-point robbery lead on a suspect, but have
Sand a kidnapping and at- not been able to locate him at
tempted rape had shocked press time yesterday. The
the community just a week up he a report-
before. e g suspect, who was last report
before. ed residing in Franklin Coun-
Clerks at -te Hannon In- ty, has not been seen at his
surance' Agepcy, just down last known address since the
"the street, 'said a man robbery last Wednesday.
answering the same descrip- Police and Sheriff's offi-
tion came into their office cers have a good description
just a few minutes before the of the robber from several
reported robbery, but only people. As he left the insur-
picked up a couple of br- dance office, the suspect was
running and nearly bumped


Gunshot


into several-people who were
Son the sidewalks at the time.
Most of these people can give
a good description of the
fleeing suspect.


Gulf County Property Ap- officer pays his people,, but"
praiser, Joyce Williams, we' can sisggest strongly. at
charged. at Tuesday's meet-'' budget time, what he should'
ing that some county offices pay, based on such a study"
had not held, the line on "At least everyone will
giving wage increases. this have some guidelines for"
year, in keeping with bounty
guidelines for wage increas- "
"My office gave the wage A anta
increase outlined by the l M
Commission and other of-
fices gave up to 22 percent t ig t
lasf year, while saying the y. B y Light
were not increasing their CI
budget", Mrs. Williams Albert C. Tate, 44, of A
charged. She also stated the instantly Tuesday afternoon
girls in her, office were lightning while fishing in tI
making "only $7,000 a year, According to SheriffKe
while .some other offices rd the "Leigh-Way"
were hiring new employees Walton Beach and operate
at,$10,000 a year. Fort Walton Beach. He water
Mrs. Williams' charge boat fishing in St. Vincent
quickly vedin tobanbieer- He was brought to shore at
ing session between Clerk. vacationing with his family.
Jerry Gates and Mrs. Wil- transferred to Gulf ples
liams, who seem to be able to transferred to Gul Pines
agree with one another in at Emergency AmbulanceS
least one subject they pronounced dead on arrive
disagree with one another. Tate, an Atlanta attorney
Although Mrs. Williams for a fishing trip in the St.
didn't name any office sped- year, when the Tates cow
fically, Gates stated he knew vacation.
she was' pointing at his office
and defended his moves by
saying his office had not .
Increased the amount of its
budget for the past few
years, including the amount
paid -for ,salaries. -
Gates said he had not hired
a financial officer nor re- .
placed some employees who'
.had. g .t... tes., said he ..had.;'
not increased- sal-6aries, but4'4'
had promoted some -of his. ;'
employees to, another cate- .
gory of work which called for Al
a different salary. e a
The Clerk said the State
Department of Commerce
set up a work category and .T
job description for every
phase of his office a couple of -
years ago, and his office
works by that description.
Williams said she had no
objections to Gates' em-
ployees or .any other em-
ployee making more money, .
she just wanted the same
opportunity for heir employ-
ees. "Some employees were
raised more than the agreed
percentage while mine were
kept at the guidelines set
down by the County Commis-
sion", she said. Mrs. Wil-
liams said she had made a
study of all the salaries paid
by all the offices in the
Courthouse to back up her Rotary District'Governor Ch
claim for unfair treatment
for her employees.
Mrs. Williams said her O
people worked hard, too, and R o ta
she wanted them treated ,
equally with salaries. Mayor Frank Pate,:
As. a result of Mrs. Wil- president of the Rotary Cl
liains' charges, Commission- presented District Governor
chairman Billy Branch sug- Rockwood with the keys to tl
gested the Commission get noon meeting of the club lasi
the state Department of o Rockwood, a professor of
Commerce to come to Giulf Florida' State' University, pa
,County and make a study of visit to the club last week, en]
the entire salary picture and International theme of "Sh
make recommendations. Serve People".
"We have no jurisdiction Rockwood complimented
over what a constitutional public service in its commit


determining wages", Branch
said.
WEWAHITCHKA STREET
Rev. Richard Bloodworth,"
pastor of. the Wewahitchka
(Continued on Page 8)


Volunteer firemen make sure the fire is Street in front of the Gulf County Courthous
iut inside Wayne Biggs' automobile Satur- Fire of undetermined origin completely
lay morning. The car caught fire on Fifth gutted the automobile. -Star photo



Two Automobiles Burn


Two automobiles were des-
troyed by fire during the past
week here in Port.St. Joe.
Saturday, just before noon,
the 'automobile of Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Bigs caught fire
and burned on Fifth Street
across from the Gulf County


Courthouse.
Tuesday, at about 1:00
p.m., the car of Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Griffin of 2001 Cypress
Avenue caught fire in front of
Gulf Pines Hospital and had
the engine compartment
gutted by the flames.
In Saturday's fire, Mrs.
Biggs was driving her car
east on Fifth Street when Al
Ray saw fire under the
vehicle and chased Mrs.
Biggs down to alert her of the
danger. She pulled to the side
of the road and jumped from


the car, whichwas imm
diately engulfed in flame
The vehicle was complete
gutted inside and in ti
engine compartment.
The Griffin car waa p,...
in front of the hospil
Tuesday, when smoke- w
seen coming from under
neath the hood of the vehicle
The engine compartment
the automobile was heavi
damaged in the blaze.
Police Chief Roy Robins
said there was no know
cause for both fires.


ares Rockwood received key to city from Mayor Frank Pate
arles Rockwood received key to city from Mayor Frank Pate.


Governor Visits

who' is' also long-running sponsorship of Scouting ii
ub: this year, Port St. Joe area. The local club was foi
r Charles E. in 1941 and had Boy Scouts as its
he City at the- project; a project which is still in opera
t Theconomicursd aty. The Governor inducted two new r
id his official .bers into the club at the noon me
larging o the Thursday. Jerry Ream and Wendell C
are Rotary- bell were, taken in as new memb.ers.
: Guests of the club were Calvin Ant
the club on its and Ted McLane of Panama City and
unity and its Spencer of Mobile, Alabama.


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TRIM Notices


Going Into the


Mail Monday

Gulf County has officially had its property valuations
approved for fiscal year 1983-84, according to Joyce Williams
Property Appraiser for Gulf County. The assessments were
presented to the State Revenue Department early last month
for their official approval, as required by Florida law, in
anticipation for levying taxes by the various taxing bodies
throughout the county.
The approved property assessment roll is valued at
S$72,921,869, or an increase of $46,434,604 over last year's
valuations.
All taxing bodies in the county have certified a mill rate
in anticipation to the TRIM notices being sent out, and the
figures on the notice are firm figures. The property rolls have
been approved by the State and the mill rates by the taxing
bodies. All taxing bodies are now bound by the figures shown
on the TRIM notices. They may reduce them, but they may
not raise them without first going to public hearings.
Williams said the TRIM notices will be sent out Monday
by her office for the County Commission, on schedule. She
said property owners have up to 25 days (until September 8),
to file any complaints or objections they may have with their
aDDraisal or valuations.
"My office will handle any complaints concerning-
mathematics on the notice, but any complaints concerning
valuations will have to go before the board which has been set
up to hear these complaints", Mrs. Williams said.
TRIM notices were sent out for the first time two years
ago, and contain information for the property owner as to the
amount of his property appraisal, what his taxes were last
year, what they would be this year if there was to be no-.
change in tax millage and what your taxes are estimated to,
be based on tentative village rates already proposed by the -
taxing bodies..


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:WoiOd
: ;-:. Roger Gable, 34, of Port St.
Joe, apparently shot himself
in the right temple while
engaged in' a fainily argu-
ment late Sunday afternoon,
according to. the Gulf County
-,. Sheriff's Department.
According ;o .investigator
Phil McLeod,'Gable and his
wife were fishing near the
Cape, behind the old Coast
Guard station," when they
began to argue. Gable pro-
duceda gun, placed it to his
.ight temple and pulled the
trigger.. "
Mrs. Gable ran to the Coast
Guard station to call for help.
The Gulf County Volunteer'
Ambulance Squad responded
Sand took Gable to a trauma
.W center in- Bay County, but,
Gable died just a few minutes ;
later. ,.. ; .
e' cLeod said the shooting!
is still under investigation.


Changes W

Governor Bob Graham's excellence in
education push in Florida won't mean much
change to the Gulf' County 'School District
requirements, according to 'Superintendent"
Walter Wilder. "The Governor wants a student
required to have 24 credits in order to'graduate'
in school year 1986-87, but we now require 21
credits to graduate from Gulf County Schdols".
In the-past, every county has pretty much
- done their own thing so far as requirements for
graduation are concerned, setting their own
subject accomplishments and curriculum re-
quirements..
Wilder said the big difference in the credit
picture is that the state of Florida will have nine
of those 24 credits made up of elective subjects.
"That only 'leaves 15 required subjects and Gulf
County now has 16 required subjects in order to
graduate." The other five credits necessary for
-' graduation cani. be. subjects of the student's
choice .
MORE SCIENCE REQUIRED
Wilder said Gulf County is already in good


don't Affect Gulf Schools Much


position as far as required subjects are.
concerned.' "We already require every subject
the state of Florida. will require under the new
program, except one science", Wilder said. The
Superintendent said Gulf County now required
two science credit between grades nine and '12
and the state will require three. Wilder
pointed out the third science credit may cause
problems. with some students who. are not.
particularly adaptable 'to science.. "The third
science credit must 'be a laboratory- credit",
Wilder said.
Under i the -new program, which begins
phasing in; with the next school year, students
will be required to have four English credits in
order to graduate. They must also have three
mathehatics credits and three science credits.
"Gulf County already has this exact same
requirement, except for one credit in science
which must be the lab credit", Wilder said.
In the next scnooi year, Gulf County students
must have'22 credits in order to graduate. Gulf


now has a requirement of 21. Wilder said the
average student graduating from Gulf County.
schools usually has an average of 23-plus credits
earned.
MORE CHANGES COMING
Next school term, there will be more
changes in the school program make-up,
according to Wilder. Computer courses mist be
introduced into the school curriculum. "We will
probably work in an introduction class to
computers this year, but we don't have the
hardware yet to get into the program with any
depth", Wilder said. The new state education
financial program is supposed to provide funds
for purchasing the computer hardware.
"That's one of the problems with the new,
finance program", the Superintendent said. "We
won't realize much financial relief from the
program since most of the money will be
ear-marked for certain expenditures rather than
provide relief from the financial burdens we
have in other programs now".


One of these added expenses which no added.
money has been supplied for is an increased
school day. "We're going to.have a seven period
day next year, and every time you add time to
the school day, you're also costing the district
money", the superintendent pointed out. Wilder
said the additional period may add only 30
minutes or so, depending on how the extra period
can be worked in, but it is going to cause a
,change in the school operations, beginning with
the 1985-86 school year.
"The.extra money won't mean much to our
present financial problems", Wilder said. "Our
district will receive some 10 or 11 percent more
money from the state, but most of it is
designated money for specific new programs
being started by the state".
So, over-all, there will not be much change to
the school operations this year. Next year, the
change will be slight and the following year, the
change may be enough to be noticeable by those
who do not attend school every day.


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tlianta, Georgia, was killed
n, when he was struck by
he St. Vincent Sound area.
n Murphy, Tate was fishing
a boat registered in Fort
ed by Paul Owens, also.of
s struck while on board the
Sound in Franklin County.
Indian Pass, where he was
From Indian Pass, he was
Hospital by Gulf County
Service, where he was
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Vincent Sound area every
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Editorials and Comments


THE STAR


THtIifSDAv AUTf- 11


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It will be still another year,.
now, before we can hope to see the
disappearance. of mechanical
scallop drags from St. Joseph
Bay.
The people of Gulf County
overwhelminglyy voted a year ago,
to have the mechanical harves-
S ers banned from the Bay, but
with the red tape and the scuttling.
around in the Legislature, the
local bill got tagged on to adlarger
bill sponsored by the .Fisheries
Study and Advisory Council arid
was beaten when it didn't make it
"-to the Senate before the regular
sessionn was over.
The larger bill contained
other questions to be solved which
:_didn't get all the debate the'
Senators wanted before the ses-
sion ended.'
There was hardly any local
-opposition to the proposition to
Wban the Bay to mechanical
l..arvesting of scallops. The Coun-
dcil even recommended a prohibi-
'"tion to scallop harvesting by
,ihnechanical means all over the
state in waters of less than three
" feet in depth,-but still other items
on the bill stalled its passage in.
-.the current session.
i If we were of an inclination to
harvest scallops in St. Joseph Bay


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by a mechanical drag, we don
think we would attempt it, wi
the people feeling as they do abo
the practice. This isn't a threat
ing notice, but people get em
tional when you go to messier
with' their hunting or fishing
Messing with -a person's hou
dog won't get his temper up E
much as damaging his hunting i
fishing.
It's a dangerous thing to d
The experience of the scallop
ing bill in the Legislature al
gives evidence in favor of one4
the houses of the Legislatu;
being made up of at least o0
representative from every couni
in the state. We know our loc
bill-important to us whether it
to the .rest of the state ,
not-became lost in' "the fa
shuffle to get done with tl
session and get home.
It didn't .work. The speci
sessions were called anyhow ar
- we still have mechanical scallo:
ing allowed in St. Joseph Ba:
Had .we a ,local representative
from Gulf County, on hand, th
matter would have been take
care of and here in this litti
corner of the world we would hav
an important matter taken cai
of.


but try as hard as I might, I couldn't
construe that full week off as your
regular, every-day vacation. At
times I have a big imagination, but it
won't stretch that far.
I don't -mind Will getting his two
weeks of vacation. To show I'm not
envious, I'm going to hope he has a
good time. May Irene get to like
Washington, D.C.


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We re Good Reactors
We're a nation of reactors with the best of them. But
er than pre-actors. If some- planning ahead for such eniergen-
happens which is detrimen- cies isn't part of our make-up.
our well-being, we can react Hce, we feel our commun-
ity will react to the two gun-point
Robberies of the past two weeks'
ISuspect .with a keener observance of what'
S 1- is happehihg around us each-day-
We are" suspect of the If something looks unusual down
al reason for the .group the street, we, will take close
cketing the nuclear power observation so we can give some
ant site. They claim they "facts if something unusual comes
e concerned about the life : out of the happening.,
people who might live too In short, what we need and
)se to the plant should it will probably form, at least in
ssibly have an accident at a loose-operating organization, is
me time in the future. a neighborhood watch type opera-
Caring for the life of tion which is meant to deter such
lers is an exemplary atti- action by people paying attentiori-
le for one to have. tion to what is going on around
We would e more con- them.
iced of their concern were Then, after the robberies
-y to turn up one morning have gone into history 'by a few
side the' Jack Daniels months, we will revert back to thb
iskey distillery and do old habit of taking for granted
ir picketing of a substance "that everyone around us-stran-
ichit has been proven was ger and acquaintances alike-are
.cause of at least 25,000 all honest and on legitimate
iths last year alone in pursuits, no matter how strange
;om'obile accidents. their actions ,may seem at the
2 time.


Summer VC
I'M JEALOUS! .
: I picked up the Chattahoochee
ISews. last Thurdsay evening and
tarted looking over brother Will's
paper and found out he is taking a full
two weeks vacation and travelling up
to New England and possibly into
Canada. As a matter of fact, he is on
i is way now, stopping to see the
S.sghts all along the way.
SOfe of the sights he is seeing is
WaShington, D.C. He said he didn't
particularly want to see Washington,
Sbjt Irene did, so they will.
SThe thing which makes me
jealous isn't Will's getting to- see
-:' W ashington.(whether he wants to or
n/. ot) but the fact that he gets to take
f for a two week vacation all in one
S d. Around here, if we take off for a
. to week vacation, we have to do it a
week end at a time.
SDuring the past 30% years which
' C have operated The Star, Frenchie
S id I have taken off one full week for
; vacation. Another time I took off a
week and on several occasions,
Itenchie has taken off a week, but


C A MAN'S WORLD



The Dentist

SBY SHAD PHANTRY
S-HADu's


I have been wanting to
write this article for a long.
time and I decided today was

Letters
to the
Editor


Gives Credit
Where It's Due
SDear Wesley:
Last Saturday morning
while I was driving toward
home; niy car caught fire and
burned on Fifth Street.
I hite trying to list names
in a situation like this, but I
love giving credit where it is
due. Chief Roy Robinson,
Sheriff Ken Murphy, Fire
. Chief Bascomb Hamm, Mr.
Buddy Hamm, Mr. Mark
Kilbourn, Mrs. Jo O'Barr,
Mr. Al Ray,'and Mrs. Murdic
: Harcus were especially out-
standing in their assistance
to me. ,There were many
others, too, and I am deeply
grateful to each of those who
stopped and so willingly
,offered' help,
It is such events that
remind all of us that Gulf
County is the best place in
which to live because it is
people -who make a place
what it is, and we have the
*best.
Most sincerely,
Margaret Key Biggs

A Letter
From Home
Mr. Ramsey:
Thurlan and I enjoy The
Star very much. We enjoy
reading aboutour friends' -
good news, and are saddened
'by someone's misfortuneid,
But at least it keeps us inr
touch with what we once, and
still do, call our Home Town.
The friends we have there,
old and new, we will never
forget. We like your style of
presenting the' news to the
public. So keep the Star
coming. We never tire of
reading it. It's like a breath
of fresh air from HOMEI
Thurland ?. and Juanita
Poitevint
P.S. .
Your paper is passed on-to
our children, and on to their
children,,since there are five
generations of us still living.
-And after that it runs the
Circuit of friends here who
used to live in Port St. Joe.
'The Star- that reaches us
really gets around, so keep it
coming to give pleasure to
us who used to live there. I
think, it's called nostalgia!
Thanks again! Nita &
Tater Poitevintt


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the day. It's one of those
things that I have looked
forward to doing but, just
haven't gotten around to.
More than that, it's some-
thing that I have needed to
do. So, here it is.
Our dentist is a fine man.
That is, he seemed to be at
first. I had met him on
several occasions socially, so


when it came time for my
check-up, I decided to visit
him. He, I thought, would not
be like the other dentist I had
visited. That was a grave
error in judgement on my
part, because he was...well,
much different.
My first visit was a night-
mare. "What'sa matter with
you?", he inquired. I was


about to tell hiin my stomach
hurt when I remembered
those long, painful needles
they all keep in the little
cabinets by their chairs.
"Just need a check-up, Doc,"
I replied, with a smile on my
sweet face.
It wasn't long before he
had my mouth propped open
and had put everything in, it
seemed, except the stool he
was sitting on. 'Then the
questions began. "How's
your golf game?" he asked,
and sat there waiting for an
answer. "Mmmhumm gaa-
gle aiseft jusact," I replied.
"Is that right?" he answer-
ed, with a sad look on his
face. And on it went; ques-
tion after question and al-


.ways the understanding con-
sent.
Subsequent visits were
even worse. One particular
visit stands out in my mind
like the first time I almost
drowned. "You've got to
have that bridge removed
and a root canal done on that
back tooth," he informed me,
matter-of-factly. "Well,'-' I
mumbled through -cotton,
braces and suction devices,
"if I've got to have it done, go.
ahead and doit." He sat back
on his little stool, reared his
head back and stared at me
through the half-moon parts
of his glasses and stated, "I
don't do root canals on .back


(Continued on Page 3)'


Black-eyed Susans Herald the End of Summer


ication Season Is Disappearing Faster Than Two We


.only one has presented itself where
we could both get off at the same
time and go somewhere.
We both spent a week off two
years ago, while I was in the hospital.


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IF A PERSON is going to take a
vacation this summer, he had better
get at it 'and get it over with.
The signs of fall are beginning to'


some' of the leaves have started to
fall. People are beginning to talk
about planting.turnip greens and the
mullet are getting more plentiful.
If all this wasn't sign enough that


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leya ft Ramsey,


creep in and the old calendar over on
the south wall says it is just the
matter of a very short time before
the summer solstice will be with us
no longer.
The squirrels in my back yard
have gone into wherever they go
when the fall and winter months
come around. The caterpillars are
beginning to put on a coat of wool and


summer is fast fading into history,
might I also 'remind you that the
exhibition pro football games have
started.
You can't beat that for sure-fire
sign.
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TWO ROBBERIES in two weeks
at gun-point has the tongues buzzing
here in Port St. Joe. It's something


which isn't usually experienced here RI
in our town. son?.
I don't remember when the last presid
gun-point robbery was committed ingrat
here in Port St. Joe. I don't even town b
remember when the last gun-point the n
robbery was committed in Gulf ingrat
County. in.tow
Here we have a county we can all arid h
brag on as being a safe place to live. ladies,
People leave their doors unlocked tion.
when they leave home; many people We
leave their keys in their cars; for sofi
valuables are left unattended, etc., Port S
and about the only crime we ever getting
experience is vandalism usually he live
from kids. softball
People out walking, riding bikes, one oft
and kids out playing by themselves the ea
after dark is a common thing here. Dii
Now, all of a sudden, we have two I r
gun-point robberies on two succes- the oth
sive Wednesdays. One of these "Bank
robberies involved an attempted playoff
rape and kidnap. lives
I had just as soon have some pitching
other type news to print, thank you. Thi
++++ .early (


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:eks Off
MEMBER OLD Walter Dod-
Old Walter waS the former,
ent of the Florida Bank and
iated himself to all he ladies in
by calling them, one andr all, by
ame of "Sugar". He 'also
iated hiniself with all the men
n by not pursuing his "Sugar"
is natural attraction to the
with a more active assopia-
alter was largely responsible
ball coming into vogue here in
it. Joe. Even tho he was
g well on into middl age when
d here,. Walter was an active
Il afficianado and pitched for
the teams which was formed in
rly years of its popularity.
d you know he's still at it?
received a clipping in the mail
her day where Walter and his
ers" won the championship
Ts down in Titusville, where he
now. And Walter is still
g.
at old rascal must be in his
60's by now!


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.


Aug. 11
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Aug. 14
Aug. 15
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5:18a.m. 3:42p.m.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1983


Womanless Beauty



Contest for August 27th


Clients at the Gulf County Adult Activity Center are for burial sites at Holly Hill Cemetery and
showfi as they work at maintaining the shrubbery and Cemetery.
lawns at St. Joseph's Cemetery. They now offer the service



urial Site ainenanc
:~~ ~ ~~ Sit: ':. ..,,.. .


Available for Cemetery

.The 'Gulf County Adult meters in the cemeteries. nal fee. regularity of t
Activity Center is now offer- Because these are not perpe- Families wishing informa- maintenance r
ing a much needed main- tual care cemeteries, the city tion regarding the fee and Activity Center


is not obligated to maintain
individual graves. The Cen-
ter, however, has provided a
complimentary cleaning of
unkempt sites and will be
happy to continue regular
site maintenance for a nomi-


tenance service to families
with burial sites in Holly Hill
and Forest Hill Cemeteries.
The Center has recently
entered.into a contract with
the City' of. Port St. Joe to
maintain the aisles and peri-


Gulf County Adult

.School Fall Listing

The Gulf County Adult School offers different types of
courses for adults that could play a major part in increasing
earniiig power. It is proud of its role in offering educational
opportunities to adults in this area. Classes for high school
completion are now open at the Gulf County Adult School, on
Long Avenue, at Port St. Joe. The school is located behind
Port. St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School. There is no charge for
orloext and no fees to.pay.. .,. .
Of'special interest to qualified veterans who have not got-
Sten their high school education: you can receive your G.I.
benefits while earning your high school diploma. For more
information call 227-1744.
S Classes beginning Monday, August 15, are:
Port St. Joe:


Auto Body .....
' Auto Mechanics
Clerical Pract.
Driver's Ed ....
General Ed ...
General Ed ...
General Ed ...
General Ed ...
General'Shop I
Sewing ........
Special Needs..
Special Needs..
Typing &
Bookkeeping...
Welding,.......
Wewahitchka:
Adult Basic Ed.
Auto Mechanics
Farm Manage.
General Ed ...
Textiles &
Clothing .......
Typing ........
Adult Basic Ed.


Day(s) Time
W-Th 6:00-9:45 P.M.
M-T 6:00-9:45 P.M.
T 6:00-9:00 P.M.
M-T 6:00-9:00 P.M.
M-F 8:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M.
M-Th 6:00-9:00 P.M.
W-Th 6:00-9:00 P.M.
M-T 6:00-9:00 P.M.
T-Th 6:00-9:00 P.M.
M-T 6:00-9:00 P.M.
M-T 6:00-9:00 P.M.
M-F 8:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M.
M-T 6:00-9:00 P.M.
M-Th 6:00-9:45 P.M.
Day Time
M-T 6:00-9:00 P.M.
T 6:00-9:45 P.M.
T-Th 5:00-10:00 P.M.
M-T 6:00-9:00 P.M.


Center
P.S.J.H.S.*
P.S.J.H.S.
P.S.J.H.S.
P.S.J.H.S.
G.C.A.S.*
G.C.A.S.
N.P.S.J.C.*
Beach
Center
P.S.J.H.S.
P.S.J.H.S.
N.P.S.J.C.
N.P.S.J.C.
P.S.J.H.S.
P.S.J.H.S.
Center
W.H.S.*
W.H.S.
W.Agri.
Business
W.H.S.


6:00-9:00 P.M. W.H.S.
6:00-9:00 P.M. W.H.S.
6:00-9:00 P.M. St. James
A.M.E. Educ. Bldg.


The Gulf County Adult School is an equal opportunity
employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, col-
or, national origin, or sex.
SP.S.J.H.S. Port St. Joe High School
G.C.A.S. Gulf County Adult School
SN.P.S.J.C. North Port St. Joe Center
Beach Center Mexico Beach Methodist Church
W.H.S. Wewahitchka High School


Dentist.
teeth. I'll take out the bridge
and you can go to Panama
City and have the root canal
done, and then I'll put it back
He left the room and soon
returned with what appeared
to be a short, shiny crow bar.
"Open wide and don't
move," he stated with au-
; thority. "Wait a minute!" I
stated, with fear trembling in
my voice; "What is that
thing?"
"This is a bridge-remover
and I told you to open your
mouth and be still !" I opened
wide and' sat very still. He
proceeded to put the curved
part of the crow...er, bridge-
S. remover under the bridge,
and it was then that I noticed
V a hammer-like device that
was attached to the bridge-
remover. When the curved
end was hooked under my
bridge he began to run the


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hammer up and down on the
shaft it was attached to,
making loud noises and caus-
ing much pain.
After about ten minutes of
unsuccessful hammering, he
sat back and gave me that
long, sad look. "The dad-
gummed thing won't come
out," he stated. "Here, you
try it. I have other patients to
take care of." With that, he
walked out of the office.
I couldn't believe it! There
I sat, all alone, doing my own
dental work. The school I
attended didn't have a School
of Dentistry but 'there I sat,
doing my internship.
After about thirty minutes
he returned and asked,
"how's it coming?" Before I
could reply he stated, "it
looks like I'm going to have
to cut it out!"
I sent my wife back with
his bridge-removerl


The gala event is close at
hand. Imagine, if you will,
two dozen bf Gulf County's
fun-loving, male, cut-ups on
parade with their girdles
pinching, hose sagging, and
make-up running, and you
get an idea of what's in store.
Yes, it's the Womanless
Beauty Contest, an evening
of fun and foolishness while
the pride of Gulf County
compete for a huge 1st place
trophy and the title of.
"County Hunk".
This spectacular takes
place Saturday, August 27, at
8:00 p.m.- EST, in the Com-
mons Area of Port St. Joe
High School. Tickets are
priced at a modest $2.50 per
person, and it promises to be
a riotous three hours of
Forest Hill entertainment.
Big John "The Body"
-Star photo Linton has already proclaim-
ed himself the winner, rea-
soning, "who could possible
compete with a body like
Minee" That challenge was
e .immediately, answered by
Fred "Legs" Allen-, who
states, "why I've got a dog
with better hips than John D.,
that trophy is as good as
mine!" Yet, unknown to
both, hospital administrator
he grave site Rand Wortman has gone into
may call the hard training in an attempt
at 229-6327. to firingn up" his chances for
victory.


Blood Drive Next

Thursday Afternoon
A Blood Drive will be held members of the community
on Thursday, August 18th to organize the Blood Drive.
from 1:30 ,p.m. to 6 p.m., Mrs. Wright advises that
EDT, at the Gulf Pines the goal is to recruit 100
Hospital. donors and she, with the able
assistance of Mrs. Jane Allen
Rand J. Wqrtman, Admi- and Mrs. Jacque Price, is
nistrator, and Betty Sue setting up a committee in
Wright, Director of Nursing Port St. Joe to achieve this
at Gulf Pines Hospital are goal. They are asking the
working diligently with the community to participate in
American Red Cross and this all important endeavor.


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Not to be outdone, colum-
nist Shad Phantry blew a kiss
to the crowd and said, "I'll
see you boys on stage." Well,
Florida Boy Seafood viewed
the competition and prompt-
ly put up the fee to sponsor
Mark Collier, who declared,
"When they see my numbers
in the talent competition,
those boys will end up voting
for me!"
The votes, however, will
not be cast by "the contest-
ants, as'the Mayors and City
Commissioners of both We-
wahitchka and Port St. Joe
have been invited to act as
our panel of judges for the


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evening.. In addition, Gulf
County's own Mrs. Annie
Gaskin will be on hand to
present the awards to our
winning contestants. '
The sponsor's fee to field a
candidate for Miss-Mr. Gulf
County is 'only $20.00, and
although we have several
sponsors already, there's
still rooin for more so give us
a call at 229-8466 and we'll
publicize you and your con-
testant.
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entrants to tell you about.
One of the county's foremost'
square dancers and vocal
talent will be with us, as well
as one of our "CJ-5" good ole'
boys. Also, a very popular
"man about the county" who
spends his working days in
the Courthouse. More hints
next week.
One last note. The pastor of
one of the Wewahitchka
churches advised they would
proudly sponsor a prominent


OBITUARIES:

Funeral Services Held

fo'" Bobbie Borders, 56
Bobbie Lee Borders, 56, direction of the Comf
passed away Monday morn- Funeral Home, Wewahil
ing in Tyndall AFB Hospital Branch Chapel.
following an extended illness.
He was native and lifelong
resident of Wewahitchka, Mitchell Yarr
and 44va of the protestant
faith. He was a retired Tech. Dies Aug. 1
Sgt. with the United States
Air Force. Master Mitchell Ch
Survivors include: his Yarrell, 8, of Wewahitc
wife, Syble Borders, Panama died August I in the Do
SCity; two sons, Gary Bor- Hospital in Perry. He wi
ders, Wewahitchka, and Ron- honor student at Wewah
nie Borders, Panama City; ka Elementary School
one daughter. Barbara Whi- played Little League B
taker, Panama City; seven ball.
grandchildren; his mother, He is survived by:
Mrs. C. 'D. Borders, Wewa- parents, Ms. Oletha Bo
hitchka;; one brother, Hay- of Wewahitchka and A
wood Borders, Wewahit- Yarrell of Cross City;
chka; t4iee sisters, Hazel brothers, Norris, Tim
Warren, Panama City; Na- Walter and James Bow
dine Robertson, Beacon Hill, Michael Yarrell and C
and Ophelia A. Brooks, Keith Lenox all of Wew
Greenhead; many nieces and chka; three sisters,
nephews Trezia and Tracy Bowe
Funeral services were held Wewahitchka; gram
at 3:00 PM CDT Tuesday at others, Mrs. Ada Dozie
the Firsi Baptist Church of Wewahitchka and Mrs. I
Wewahitphka, conducted by Yarrell of Cross City; g
the Rev. Richard Blood- grandmother, Cora K
worth. Ifiterment followed in eight aunts; seven
the fardily plot, Pleasant aunts; 12 uncles; four |
Rest Cemetery, Overstreet. uncles and many other
All services were under the tives and friends.


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young man who resides in
Wewa. No names,. but his
initials are R. H., and he
would be a dynamite en-
trant! We need some more
Wewa contestants to have a
real good cross-county rival-
ry so let's hear from you
Wewa folks and see if your
men can capture the trophy
for your town.
Mark your calendars for
Saturday night the 27th and
we'll see you at the wing-
ding!

Blood Drive In
Wewahitchka
August 17th
There will be a Blood Drive
on August 17th, Wednesday,
in Wewahitchka at the Ambu-
lance Building on River
Road. The hours are 3:00 PM
until 6:00 PM. If you or any
member of your family has
ever needed blood you know
that this is a valuable ser-
vice. This is a community
effort and will benefit our
community. All blood ..is
processed through the
American Blood Servides.
Their personnel will arrive
early and set up their equip-
ment, each one is friendly
and courteous. Please come
and donate a unit of blood so
that those in your community
will have their needs met in
their time of need.
This is a community driye
sponsored by various groups
and businesses.
Funeral services were held
Saturday at 2 p.m. at St.
James A.M.E. Church in
Wewahitchka with David
Rhone officiating and Issac
Simmons, pastor residing.
Interment followed in Wili-
amsburg Cemetery in Wewa-
hitchka.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home.


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THE STAR, Port St. JoeFla. THiSDAY. AUG. 11, 1983


Weight Control Program


Is Scheduled At Clinic


37


gram. Those who register for
the programs are individual-
ly interviewed and are then
seen on a weekly basis in
small group sessions.
Anyone interested in the
Gulf County Guidance Clinic


"Weight Control Program"
should contact Mr. Ailes at
227-1145. Enrollment in the
September 14th program is
limited. Potential partici-
pants should register .at the
earliest possible date.


BALKCOM DODSON


Couple

Mr. and Mrs. Millard Balk-
com of Panama City have
announced the engagement
and approaching marridgeVof
their daughter, Carmel
Rene' Balkcom, to William
Charles Dodson, son 'of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter C. Dodson,
Sr. of rTitusville. -'"
The bride-elect is a 1975
graduate of A. CrawfOrd
Mosley 4High School and a
1977 graduate- of Gulf Coast
Community College. She 're-
ceived her bachelor's degree
in special education-learning
disabilities from'the Univer-
sity 6f 'West. Florida"in 1979.
She is currently employed
with the' Bay Couity'Scnoor
System at Hiland Park Ele-
mentary School.
Her fiance is a 1973 gradu-


Tell your friends they will love our color too'


i Thursday, Aug. 18
Hours: 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
I Port St. Joe, Florida

SMinors must oe accompanied by parent
i'.


to Wed
ate of Port St. Joe High
School, and a 1975 graduate
of Gulf Coast Community
College. He received a bache-
lor's degree in marketing
from the University of West
Florida in 1977. He presently
is., employed as Personnel
Supervisor at St. Joe Paper'
Company.
,The wedding is planned for
October I at 2 p.m. at the
First Baptist Church in Pa-
nama City. All friends and
relatives are invited to at-
tend. A reception will follow
in the church social hall.


Prepare Your Childfor His


First Day of School

By Edwin R. Alles, M.S. adjust and feel positive about Parents can build further
the event. Encouraging this on-this "healthy attitude" b:


Edwin R. Ailes, Executive
Director of the Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Inc. has
announced that the Clinic's
next "Weight Control Pro-
gram" has been scheduled.
for Wednesday, September
14. The group will be conduct-
ed from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.
every Wednesday morning
jor twenty weeks.
SThe purpose of the Clinic's
Weight Control Program is to
assist individuals with beha-
vioral and psychological as-
pects of weight loss and
weight management. Indivi-
'luals who have participated
in the programs in the past
have worked on weight loss
ranging from about ten
pounds to well over one
hundred pounds. Ailes indi-
cated that the program is
designed to help individuals
in "developing the skills of
effective weight loss and
ife-time weight manage-
pent."
' According to Mr. Ailes,
'here have been numerous
t -weight control groups
-; t Clijic in the'past6All
: .tifcipants have recorded
eightt loss and have report-
satisfaction with 'the pro-


self-confidence will help the emphasizing the importance
child to like -school and of the event arid by showing
therefore to like learning, enthusiasm for the schoc


r
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g
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-August 18
Experience. For example, the school in adva
taking the child to visit the parent should point
school and classroom in ferent things in tl
advance is extremely im- room; help the child
'portant and will help. The way to the bathroom'
parent may also want to walk the child the lu
or ride with the child on the playground, princil
route to school. When visiting (Continued on Pa


nce, the
t out dif-
he class-
d find the
m; show
ichroom,
pal's of-
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Soon the school bells will be
ringing again and young
children will enter the class
room for the .first time in
their lives. The first day of
school is a major step in
every child's life. The pa-
rent's understanding of this
critical step in development
is important to the child's
emotional health and future
attitude toward school. The
child's attitude or "how he
feels about school" will de-
termine how hard he will try
and, to a large extent, how
well he will learn.
Every day parents teach
their children skills and
attitudes that are necessary
for school. However, just
before the child begins
school, he or she needs some
extra special preparation to
make this important step a
positive one. Whether the
child expresses eagerness or
reluctance to start school,
every child will feel a mix-
ture of anxiety, fear, worry, .
and"'.excitement about the.
e'int'After all, this is the
child's first major separation
from the security of the home'
to take a step into the outside
'world of new experiences.
The parent should begin to
prepare the child for school
by providing support and
assistance in understanding
of his feelings. The parent
should help the child to
understand that his feelings
are a "normal" part of the
process. Children may feel
abandoned, alone, scared of
the new environment, and
afraid they won't fit in or be
able to perform as expected. b
The parent should answer all 'I
of the child's questions hon- (
estly and in detail. For
-example, the child needs to
kiow the length of the school
day, the general classroom '(
routine, the route to the e
school and the lunchroom '
procedures. As the parent
clarifies the child's questions I
through casual conversation, a
the child will start to develop
the self-confidence needed to


SNELL DOSTER


Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Whiting, also of Panama City.
citing, Overstreet, announ- Mr. Doster is the son of Mr.
be the engagement and ap- and Mrs. Howard E. Doster of
coaching marriage of their Laconia, New Hampshire. A
laughter, Margie Dee Snell to graduate of Howard High
Mr. James Christian Doster of School in Maryland, and the
Port St. Joe. University of Georgia, he is
' Mis Snell, a 1979 graduate employed at "St. Joe Paper
of Port St. Joe High School, is Company, where he serves as
employed by St. Joe Paper the Technical Forester.
Company. She is the grand- The wedding will take place
laughter of Mrs. Margaret Saturday, September 24 at St.
Thompson of Panama City, Joseph's Catholic Church at
md Mr. and Mrs. Howell T. 10:30 a.m.


AARPng Epcot Trss

Upcoming Epcot Trip


A special meeting of all
AARP members who are

Reception to

Honor Pierces
SThe children of Mr. and
Mrs. Tracy Pierce invite all
friends of the family to 'a
reception in honor of their
parents' twenty-fifth Wed-
ding Anniversary.
The reception will be held
in the First United Methodist
Church Fellowship Hall on
Saturday, August 13th, from
2:00-4:30 P.M.


interested in the Epcot trip
will be held at the Port St.
Joe Library next Monday,
August 15th.
Complete information
about the trip and details
down to the last penny will be
shown. Be prepared to make
your reservation and deposit
at this meeting, as theretare
only 44 seats available for the
glamorous trip.


Final Rushing,

Graham Plans
The final wedding plans for
.Linda Jean Rushing and
Arithbny Waylon Graham
iive been announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luci-
ouis Rushing.
Theceremony will begin at
6:00 p.m. (EST) on Saturday,
August 13, at the Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church.
All friends and relatives
are invited to attend the
wedding and reception which
will follow in the church
social hall.
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RHONDA LYNN GRINER

To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Griner-
;of Apalachicola and Panama '
City are proud to announce
'the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their,
daughter, Rhonda Lynn, to
David Burnett, son of Mrs.
David Burnett and the late
David Burnett, Sr. of Gulf
Port, Miss.
Rhonda is a graduate of
Gulf Port, Miss. and attended
Gulf Coast College in Pana-
ma City.
David is a graduate of Gulf
Port, Miss., and is employed
with an bil company out of
Pell City, Ala.
They will exchange their
wedding vows in the home of
Rhonda's grandparents, Mr.
-and Mrs. E. E. Weeks of
Siinmons Bayou in Port St..
Joe, Sunday, August 14th, at
3 p.m.,


MR. and MRS. OTIS B. SMITH


To Observe 50th
Mr. and Mrs. Ottis B. Smith wish to extend an invitation
to each of their friends and relatives to share their Golden
Wedding Anniversary with them Sunday, August 21 at the
Wewahitchka Community Center from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1983


Majorettes Attend

Twirling Camp at FSU


The Port St. Joe High
Majorettes have recently re-
turned from Florida State
University's twirling camp.
They would like to thank the
following for their greatly
appreciated support and con-
tributions:
. Noah D. Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. James S. White, Terry's
Fried Chicken, Finishing
Touch, Wood's Fisheries,
Inc., Butler's Greenhouse
and Nursery, Ming's Green-
house and Nursery, Gulf
Sands Restaurant and Motel,


MAJORETTES ATTEND FSU Twirling Camp: From left: Monica French, Brandy Wood,
co-captain, Melissa Wood, captain and Connie Dixon. -Star photos



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Walker's Dixie Dandy, High-
land View Motors, Earley's
Hardware, Glenn's Bar-B-Q,
Sub Shop, Perry's Pizza,
Florida National Bank, We-
wahitchka State Bank, The
Store, Top of the Gulf Res-
taurant, Sea Crafts Shop,
Raffield's Fisheries, Oak
Grove Community Grocery.
The majorettes will also be
sponsoring a big Yard Sale
Saturday, August 13 beside
the City Hall from 8:30 until
6:00. Everyone is asked to
come and support the group.


Connie Dixon, shown above, displays the award
presented to her for achieving the "Best in Class" In the
dance/twirl portion at Florida State University.

Educational Seminar

for Minority Students


An important 'educational
seminar will be held Friday,,
August 19, 7 p.m.-10 p.m.,
and Saturday, August 20, 8,
a.m.-4 p.m., at the Washing-
ton Recreation Center. ,
The theme will be "Prob-
lems and Strategies Impact-


ing on Education of Minori-
ties." This seminar will be
informative for students, pa-
rents, and other interested in
the education of our youth.
More information will be
provided at a: later date.:
Please make plans to attend.


Preparing

(Continued from Page 4'
fice, and simply wander the
school halls. The child should
also meet the teacher, princi-
pal, and possibly some of the
other available school per-
sonnel. Before leaving, the
parent may want to take a
picture of the child at school
to emphasize the importance
of the event. At home, the
parent can talk with the child
about what they saw; they
can draw pictures together of
the school; and they can talk
further about what the child
will do in school. Parents will
want to find out what the
child expects, clear up mis-
conceptions about such
things as how long it takes to
read, discuss school rules,
and describe various activi-
ties. Parents can share their
own positive experiences
with school and can show the
child how they have learned
skills in school that have
been useful to them.
As the first day approach-
es, the parent can prepare
the child by creating a'
"normal routine" around the
home. School bedtimes
should be established. The
parent should treat going to
school as a normal part of life
-and should also avoid com-
paring the child's experi-
ences to that of brothers,
sisters, or friends. Parents
need not argue the issue of
school attendance with the
child as they can simply
explain that school is re-
quired by law.
When the day to start
school finally arrives, pa-
rents should resist their.
urges to "protect" the child
and attempt to support and
help the child to enter the
world that they must en-
counter. Parents should be
direct. They should say
"goodbye" to the child and
allow the child to board the,
bus alone or enter school
alone. If the child cries, the
parent should try' not to
overreact as most tears will
quickly disappear. Firm-
ness, patience, and reassur-
*ance from the parents will
assist the child in feeling
confident and comfortable
away from home. As parents
become involved in school
activities and as the parent.


emphasizes the positive as-
pects of the child's perform-
ance, the developmental pro-
cess for the child will con-
tinue unfolding in an emo-


tionally healthy manner so
that school can become the
significant and successful
foundation for confronting
life's experiences.


Conner, Kanneberg


The engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of Miss
Christine Ann Conner to
Keith Allen Kanneberg is
being announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willi-
am E. Conner, Tell City,
Indiana. Mr. Kanneberg is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. G.
Kanneberg, also of Tell City.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Tell City High School
and Indiana State Univer-
sity, Terre Haute. She is a
member of the teaching staff
at Lawrenceville, Ill., as a
social science instructor and
varsity softball coach.
Mr. Kanneberg is also- a
graduate of Tell City High
School, and is attending
Indiana State University,


Evansville, where he is a
third year electrical engi-
neering student. He has
summer employment with
Willamette Industries, Inc.
and has served with the U. S.
Marine Corps five years.
The wedding is planned for
Friday, August 19 at St.
Paul's Catholic Church, Tell
City, at 7 p.m. Immediately
following the ceremony a
reception will be held at the
American Legion Home in
Tell City. Formal invitations
have been issued.
Mr. Kanneberg is the son of
the former Patricia Daniell;
and the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Emmette Daniell.
A honeymoon trip has been
planned at Mexico Beach.


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THE STAR, Port St. Je, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1983


Orientation Activities for New High Migratory Bird Hunting Seasons


School Students Slated Aug. 16 Set By Game and Fish Commission,


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f irst

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest ParK Avenue
S 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
We/lcome.to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857



Port St. Joe's Most Exciting Place to Worship



First Baptist Church
SPort St. Joe, Florlda
,/ SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
9:45 Bible Study (all ages)
11:00......... .... Worship
(Broadcast live WJBUIAM)
S6:30 ........Church Training
7:30............... Worship'
"The End of Your Search
for A Friendly Church"
HOWARD BROWNING, Pastor


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
22ad Street e Mexkic Beah
CHARLES M. PARKER, Minister
WORSHIP SERVICE .............. 9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHURCH SCHOOL ............... 10:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) .. 6:00 P.M., C.S.T.




CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Street and Marvin Avenue
SUNDAY SCH(X)L .............. 1000 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ............ 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ............. 6:00 P:M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING .......... .7:00 P.M.
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Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
Rev. Alvin N. Harbour, Pastor
CHURCH SCHOOL .................... 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ............... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP................... 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ...... 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL(Wednesday) ....... 7:30 P.M.



NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... ... .... .. 9:30A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00A.M;
EVENINGWORSHIP. .......... ....... 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother" ,



HIGHLAND VIEW

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


Orientation activities for
all new students will be held
at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School Tuesday, August 16,
from 9:00-11:20 a.m., EST.
An assembly program be-
ginning promptly at 9:00
a.m. in the Commons Area
will initiate orientation acti-
vities.
Classroom tours will be
provided for new students in
order for students to meet
their teachers for the 1983-84
school year. Teacher presen-
tation will be made with
parents of all new seventh
graders. All new students
and parents of new students
are urged to participate in
orientation activities.
All new students who have
not registered and will be'
entering Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
. High School for the first time
for 1983-84, should register in
the Guidance Office prior to
9:00 a.m. Tuesday, August
16. Pre-registration of new
students facilitates indivi-
dual placement of students.
School buses will run as
follows for orientation activi-
ties:
SMrs. Gant, 8:30 a.m.,
North Port St. Joe, 1st stop-
Apollo Street and Avenue A,
2nd stop- Avenue A and North'


Migratory bird hunting
dates for the 1983-84 season
have been released by the
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission.
Marsh hen (rails) will be
legal September 1 'through
November 9 throughout Flo
rida. During this period the
GFC will allow a five day
early duck season, Septem-
ber 24 through, 28.


The mourning dove season
will again be split into three'
phases with the first phase
running October 1 through 30.
The second and third phases
will run November 12
through 27; and December 10
through January 2. Dove
hunting will be legal from 12
noon to sunset during the
first phase and all day during
the second and third phases.


Snipe hunting will be legal
November 5 through Febru-
ary 19; and woodcock hunt-
ing from December 3 and
through February 5.
The duck and coot season
will be split into two phases
and extends from November
23 through December 4; and
December 10 through Janu-
ary 16. The point values on


Highway Patrol


Park Avenue, 3rd stop- Ave-
nue A and Main Street, 4th
stop- Avenue D and Main
Street;
Mrs. Antley, White City,
8:30 a.m., Only stop at
Hammonds' Store. If 7th
graders live beyond White
City they should call' Mrs.
Antley prior to the 16th at
229-6887 to let her know;
Mrs. Mims, Beaches and
Overstreet, 8:00 a.m., 1st
stop- Canal Street and Over-
street, 2nd stop-, Beacon Hill
to Mexico Beach turning
around at Hideway Harbor.
Stop at places on St. Joe
Beach where children ,are
standing on Americus and
Bay, Selma, Gulf, Santa
Anna & Alabama,. Santa
Anna & Georgia, Bay & Pine,'
Highland View- All students
should meet bus at Highland
View School;
Mrs. O'Barr,. Jones Home-
stead, 8:30 a.m., The bus will
go through Simmons Bayou
making stops where students
are standing. The bus will
continue on to Pie's Store
where it will turn around and
come back through Jones
Homestead, Any student liv-
ing beyond Pic's Store should
call the School Board Office
at 229-8256..


. LunchrSooml ea

Meal Prices Set for School Year


B. Walter Wilder, Superin
County Schools, has announ
for free and reduced pri
children unable to pay the ful
served under the National
Program. Each school an
Office has copies of the policy
reviewed by any interested
The following household si
criteria will be used for
eligibility:
Florida Income
SEligibility Guidelin
For Free And
Ef Reduced Price Mea
Effective from July 1,1983 t


'Free
FAMILY
SIZE ANNUALLY


$ 6,318
8,502
10,686
12,870
15,054
17,238
19,422
21,606


Meal Seal
MONTHS


$ 527
709
891
1,073
1,255
1,437
1,619
1,801


Reduced Price Meal
FAMILY
SIZE ANNUALLY MONTH]


1 $ 8,991
2-
2 12,099
3 15,207
4 18;315
5 21,423
6 24,531
7 27,639
8 30,747
For each
Additional
Member Add /


$ 750
12,099
1,009
1,268
1,527
1,786
2,045
2,304
2,563


3,108


Children from families who
or below the levels shown a
free or reduced price meals


tendent.of Gulf or other program officials.
iced the policy For the school officials to determine
ce meals for eligibility, the household must provide the,
I price of meals following information listed on the applica-
School Lunch tion: names of all household members,
d the District social security numbers of all adult
,which may be household members or a statement that the
party. household member does not possess one;
ze and income total household income; and the signature of
determining an adult household member certifying that
the information provided is correct. House-
holds are required to report increases in
res household income of over $50 per month or
$600 per year and decreases in household
als size.
o June 30,1984 Applications may be submitted at any
time during the year.
Under the provisions of the free and
le reduced "pfice policy, the principal or
designee will review applications and
LY WEEKLY determine eligibility. If a parent or
guardian is dissatisfied with the ruling of the
$122 official, he or she may wish to discuss the
decision with the determining official on an
206 informal basis. If the parent wishes to make
248 a formal appeal, he may make a .request
290 either orally or in writing to, Charles T.
32 Watson, Gulf County Schools, Gulf County
37432 Courthouse, Highway 71, Port St. Joe, FL
416 32456, 229-8256 or 639-2871, for a hearing to
appeal the decision. The policy contains an
I Scale outline of the hearing procedure.
If a household member becomes unem-
LY WEEKLY played or if the household size changes, the
-family should contact the school. Such
$173 changes may make the children of the
household eligible for reduced price meals,
S233 or for additional benefits such as free meals
293 if the family income falls at or below the.
353 levels shown above.
412 In certain cases foster children are also
472 eligible for the benefits. If a household has
47532 foster children living with them and wishes
52 to apply for such meals for them, the
household; should contact the school for
more information. .
29 The information provided by the house-
259 60 hold is confidential and will be used only for
se income is at purposes :of determining eligibility and
ire eligible for verifying data.


Application forms willbe sent to all homes
with a letter to parents or guardians' To
apply for free or reduced price meals,
households should fill out the application
and return it to school. Additional copies are
available at the principal's office in each
school. The information provided on the
application will be used for the purpose of
determining eligibility and nay be verified
at any time during the school year by school


In the operation ol child feeding programs
administered by the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, no child will be discriminated
against because of race, color, sex, national
origin, age, or handicap. If any member of a
household believes they have been discrimi-
nated against, they should write immediate-
ly to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washing-
ton, D. C.;20250.


Vet Service Office Closing


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The Veterans Service Offi-
ce will be closed August 15th
and 16th. Regular. office
hours will resume on August
17, announced Jim Sealey,
Veterans Service Officer...
Any emergency can be
handled by calling 1-800-282-
8821.


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Recruits

The Florida Highway Pa-'
trol is proving to Northwest
Florida residents that they'
are serious about employing:
quality female and minority:
applicants. So serious that
three Pensacola Women have
been selected' to participate:
as trainees before going .to'
the FHP Academy in a-new'
pilot program.
The program, known as.
"Fast Track", is currently
being conducted only in .the.
Panhandle area. It iswdsign-'
ed to employ quality 'appli-
cants as soon as possible.
"Due to the amount of paper


Sherrie Lynn Hamilton

Has Birthday
Sherrie Lynn Hamilton, th
daughter of Mr. and Mrs
James Hamilton, 110 Nort
Garrison Avenue, celebrate
her fourth birthday on Au
gust 4.
She is also the grand
daughter of Mrs. Idell Win
field of Port St. Joe, and Mi
and Mrs. John Peck o
Opalocka.


ducks will remain the same
as during last year's hunting
season.
The Game and Fresh Wa-:
ter Fish Commission re-
minds hunters to check daily
bag limits and legal shooting
hours before embarking on
any hunting trip for migra-
tory game.
Migratory game laws are
set in accordance with the,
Commission and the U. S.
Fish and Wildlife Service.

Life, Health,
Auto and Home
Insurance
JEAN MALLORY
630.5322 Wewahltchka
or
785.6156 Panama City


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of Phme 227-1105
o


Officers

work and extensive pre-
employment investigations,
it took. months before an
applicant could be consider-
ed for employment. Now,
once a person is identified as
a quality applicant, he or she
can be placed in this pro-
gram," stated Trooper Dan
Parkton, Panhandle Recruit-
er. This program is designed
to place applicants on the
patrol's payroll as trainees
after they. meet the pro-
gram's guidelines. "As
trainees, they are placed
with veteran troopers in a'
student type status, and are
shown the fundamentals of
the job, preparing them for
not only the Academy, but
their careers with the Pa-
trol," said Parkton. Because
of this program, the Patrol
has already approved other
applicants as trainees, and
they will be starting soon.
The program is open to all
female and minority appli-
cants who possess good back-
grounds, and who are identi-
fied by the Patrol as being
"Top-Notch". Though the
requirements are thorough,
if you would like to enter this
program, contact Trooper
Dan Parkton at the Pensa-
cola Highway Patrol Station
at 478-7460 for all the details.


Last Rites

Are Held for

TomByrd
Thomas M. Byrd, 73, of St.
Joe Beach, died last Thurs-
day morning at the home of
his niece, Mrs. Rebecca
Caleel in Chicago, Ill. He was
a long time resident of Port
St. Joe and was in the lumber
and timber business until his
retirement several years
ago. He was of the Protestant
faith.
Survivors include: two bro-
thefs, Carroll Byrd of Louis-
ville, Miss, and Milas Byrd of
Boise, Idaho; five sisters,
Mrs..Carrie Lee Sanders of
Louisville, Miss., Mrs. Hattie
L. Tinker of Anniston, Ala.,
Mrs. 'Anna Banks Haughton
of Ponce de Leon, 'Mrs.
Dessie Ree Richardson ;of
Kosciusko, Miss., and Mrs.
Emma Lou Nance of Tusca-
loosa, Ala.; one nephew,
Wayne Childers of Port St.
Joe; one niece, Mrs. Rebecca
Caleel of Chicago, Ill.
Funeral services were held
at 2 p.m. (EDT) Sunday at
the First United Methodist
'Church in Port St. Joe
.conducted by the Rev. Willi-
am Smith. Interment follow-
ed in the family plot at Holly
Hill Cemetery.
; All services were under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home.


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Aluminum or Vinyl Siding,
Eave Covering, Guttering,
Shingle & Corrugated Roofing
& Light Carpentry Work
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229-8069 or 229-6820


CARD OF THANKS
We would like to thank the
entire community of Port St.
Joe for your cards, flowers,i
money, and, prayers during.
our time of sorrow at the;
death of our loved one, Linda
Faye, Wilson.
The Hamiltons
The Pecks
The Wilsons
The Nicksons


HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD

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


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1983 PAGE SEVEN


Improper Soil pH Really Zaps Plants


BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
Of all the problems you're
likely to have with your
landscape plants, one of the
hardest to identify could be
improper soil pH. Some-
times, even if it should, a
plant just won't: grow very
well. When this happens, soil
pH could very well be the
problem but unless you' have
your soil analyzed, you may
think it's something else.
pH is just a scientific term
for a relative scale des-
cribing soil acid level. Low
number around 5.5 means
high acid conditions, and
high numbers up to 10 or 20,
means low acid or alkaline
conditions. Seven' means it is
neutral.
Most popular Florida land-
scape ornamentals like soils


CARTER'
ranging from neutral to
slightly acid. Dogwood, Aza-
leas, Holly, Camellias, Hy-
drangeas, Gardenias, and
Ixora like soil that is quite
acid. Only .a few plants like
sweet soil: Yucca, Oleander
and Cabbage Palm are Flori-
da examples. Unfortunately,
alkaline soil is 'quite common


around Florida homes.
In many areas, the soil is
mostly sand, naturally low in
the organic matter that in-
creases soil acidity. Also,
building residue, lime from
stucco or cement buried in
the yard can raise soil pH.
When soil pH is a problem,
it's usually because it's too
high. That-is, the soil is too
sweet or alkaline.
The reason we worry about
soil pH is that in alkaline soil
acid loving plants can't take
up some of. the minor ele-
ments they need for healthy
growth. As a result, the plant
may have yellowy leaves and
grow in a sparse,. ,silkly
manner. The soil pH problem
may not kill the plant, but
since it is in a weakened,
condition, insects apd plant
disease can attack it more,


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he is told to do than he does in Kiwanis Club Tuesday. automobile from .here to


the actual mechanics; of.
flying the plane, according to


"Airline flight is' so safe Apalachicola if I am con-
these days, I had rather fly cerned about safety", Blas-


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Substantialhncrease In County
Sales of Series EE Onite period a average return on fiye-year-,
,tates Savigs Bonds in Gulf. National sales of Savings Treasury marketable securi-
Couinty titled $48i927 during" Bonds during the first six ties during the holding perin-
he first six months of 1983, J. months amounted to $2.11 od. There is a minimum
red Cannon, said last week. billion, a 37 percent increase guaranteed return dof 7,5
Cannon serves as Gulf Coun- from last year. Currently, percent for bnnds held at
y 'Volunteeri Savings Bond $69.7 billion worth of Savings least five years. Most older
Chairman. Bonds are being held by the 'Series E and EE Bonds are
1988 sales have. increased public. also eligible for' the\market-.
substantially over the same : Since November 1, 1982, based rate. The rate for the
Period of a year ago, Cannon new Series EE. Savings current six-month market-
mid. Statewide, Bond sales Bonds held five years or based period is 8.64 percent.
totaled $100,302,778 for the'. longer earn'85 percent of the. "With market-based inter-
S' est," Cannon said, "Savings
Bond buyers are able to
S' benefit from increases in
pWterIC ainp r market interest, while being
protected from steep market
S, A declines. And the Payroll
For m-' A n 1 Savings Plan, offered by
OI'I l A many area employers, al-
^ lows individuals to save
Interested men and women tion," stated Ms. Joanne, regularly and automatical-
n thd area' are invited"to join 'Dickinson, President. "ly-- and get market-based
Say County NOW Chapter More information on the. interest- for only a few
embers and learn, more -Bay County NOW Chapter dollars a week."


about'' the organization. A 'and its activity will be given
dutch-treat lunch is planned. at the meeting. For particu-
for AUgust 13, Saturday at lar membership information,
nodon at Bob's Steakhouse on interested people may call,
Highway 77 across from the Catherine Tayldr, Member-
mall in Panama City. "This ship Chair, 234-0204.
will be primarily a social Natiopal NOW and the Bay
gathering for :us, .a very County Chapter are partici-
ihformal meeting to get to pating in on-going campaigns
know one another better and for passage of the Equal
to offer an opportunity for the Rights Amendment, the con-
community to know us. Many stitutional standard need for
people have indicated an economic and social equality
interest in NOW based a lot' assurance for women, the'
on what they are now hearing .passage'of the Non-Discrimi-
and seeing in the media. We:: nation in' Insurance Act
want- to reach .out' to all' (H.R. 100 and" 372) and
people who.want, to see the against legislation and bud-
Equal. Rights Amendment get cuts which severely pena-
passed and' to those who lize the health, welfare and
particularly have had to bear freedom of men, woinen and
the burdens of inequality children of Bay County and
based on" sex discrimina- the nation.


Susan B. Anthony Walk

ahd Run Being Scheduled


The Susan B. Anthony 5000
meter run and one mile walk
for women only will take
place Saturday, August 20, at
6:30 p.m. at the Panama City
'Marina. The theme is "Exer-.
cise Your Right to Vote", and
the event, sponsored by the
Bay County League of Wo-
men Voters, celebrates the
63rd anniversary of the 19th
Amendment which gives wo-
men the right to vote. Gladys
'Chapman, Bay County Su-
pervisor of Elections,. will be
on hand as usual to give the
official signal that starts the
annual race.
. The Panhandle Runners


will officiate the race and the
walk, and ribbons will be
: awarded to the top finishers.
The Susan B. Anthony Race
and Walk is endorsed by the
Governor's Council on Physi-
cal Fitness and Sports. Now
in its fourth year, the race is
attracting participants from
around the Florida Panhan-
dle and southeastern Ala-
bama.
The entry fee for each
event is $5.00, and T-shirts
will be awarded to the first
100 entrants to register. For
more information- call Ann
Richards, 265,2472, or 769-
1551.


DoYou Get Tips?.You

Must Report As Earnings
Workers who receive cash. protection and higher month-
tips should remember' that ly benefits for the worker.and
they must report the tips to his or her family in later life.
their employers if they The. amount of an individu-
amount to at least $20.00 a all's benefit is based. on
month,. Ann Kinard, Social earnings in Social Security-
Security field representative covered employment. There-
for.Gulf County said recent- fore, including tips as part of
ly. earnings can mean larger
This provision of the law benefits.
applies to workers such as Additional 'information
barbers, beauticians,- and about Social Security and
waitresses who ordinarily cash tips can be obtained
receive cash tips during the from any Social Security
'course of their employment. office. .The Panama City
Social Security credit 'is'. Social Security office is lo-
earned for tips just as it is coated at 30 West Government
earned for regular wages. Street and the telephone
This can mean increased number is' 769-4871.


easily.
Since yellowy leaves
sparse growth can be cau
by so many problems, ,
only way to be sure y
plant is suffering from
wrong pH level, is to hav
sample of your soil analyze
Once you determine
natural pH level of your s
you can either choose pla
suited to that level/ or cha
the pH level to suit the pa
you want;
There are three comn
methods homeowners (
use to lower soil pH: Add
organic matter, add
chemical formulations s
for this purpose, or us
acid forming fertilizers.
"',Adding organic matter,
example peat moss, is a g
way to lower pH but it's sl
It could take a year or sc


and-
sed
the
our
the
te a
zed.
the
soil,
ants
nge
ants

non
can
ling
ing
sold
sing

for
ood
ow.
o to


oumnd
chum told the Kiwanians.


Blaschum presently "flies'
fixed wing and'. helicopter
ambulances out of Gaines-.
ville for Orlando and Jack-
sonville hospitals. In between
flights, he lives in Port St.
Joe.
In describing a typical
airline flight, he described
how the entire -flight is-
controlled from the ground
from starting the engines at'
the terminal to begin the
flight to the time .the doors
are opened to deplane, at the
end of the flight.
"A pilot is told what path to
take on the ground and in the
air, what speed to fly, what
altitude to fly, which direc-
tion to go, etc., and when to
do it" Blaschum'said. "There
must be a flight plan:made of
virtually every flight made in
the United States. Virtually
every flight in progress is
covered 'by radar which
monitors where the aircraft
is, where it is coming from
and where it is going and
which route it will take in
getting to its destination",
the speaker said. All pilots
who are underway, are under
the control of some ground
controller at all times.


make any big -change. The
chemicals to add are wet-
table sulphur, super-fine
dusting sulphur, Aluminum
Sulphate or Iron Sulphate.
These work in a week or so.
But there is some danger of
Aluminum toxicity if too
much Aluminum Sulphate is
added. If you use these
chemicals, wettable sulphur
or super-fine dusting sulphur
are probably your best bets.


Finally, acid.forming ferti-
lizers, usually sold as Azalea'
or Azalea-Camellia fertili-
zers, produce good but tem-
porary results. They leach.
out of the soil like any
fertilizer so they should be
used regularly in conjunction
wtih extra organic matter,:
added to the soil. As always,.
with any of these products,"
follow label directions care-
fully.


Back to School

Evangelistic Rally


First Baptist Church, Port walls.
St. Joe will be the site of a .,e
gigantic "Back to School The I
Evangelistic Rally" Wednes- the g
7:0 P.M. songs,
day, August 17, 7:00 P.M. monies
This meeting will be for r__
everyone: Adults, Youth, and, ol t
,Children, and a nursery will h, .et
be provided for children birth clear
through three years of age.
Featured will be a singing This
group of inmates from the must I
Apalachee Correctional In-. of youl
stitute near Sneads. Each of and b]
these men is serving long them.(
term sentences for various will fi
crimes, but share the cornm- very
mon. experience' of' being Come
saved while "behind prison is exp


program will consist of
roup singing gospel
and giving their testi-
s. They will share the.
of crime, drugs, alco-
c. and issue a warning'
that will heed to steer.
of that type lifestyle.
service should be a:
for everyone. Parents.
ing people should attend
ring their youth with:
Civic and youth groups.
nd the service to be.
beneficial in all areas.:
early as a large crowd;
ected.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1983


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First Baptist Church and J.
V. Suggs, brought the County
Commission's attention to a
street problem beside the
church. Suggs said that im-
proper drainage and needed
repairs to the street caused
people to have to wade water
ankle deep across the street
when it rained.
Chairman Branch told. the
delegation the county had no
authority to go on Wewa-
hitchka streets until the City
Commission made a formal
request for .them to do so.
Wewahitchka City Com-
missioner Max Kilbourn ar-


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-Donald Cox was given ',
three years probation and
assessed with 1,936 hours of
public service for conviction
'of an' attempted lewd act
upon a child.
-James Tomlin was given
three years probation and
1,936 hours of public service-
for possession of marijuana.'
--Gertrude- Tomlin was
given three years probation
on the same conviction.
-Donnie Whitfield was
given -five years probation
and 1,936 hours of public
service for committing a
leywd act in the presence of a
child. .
-Roger Alan Matlock was
given three years probation
and 150' days in the Gulf
County jail and 1,936 hours of
public service for a convic-
tion.of grand theft.';
--Jerry Grey was sentenc-
ed to three years probation.
60 days in jail and 1936 hours
of public service on a convic-
tion of an attempted lewd act


s seri-
proba-
public
sexual

s sent
ars for.
ted' as-
tealing

ad his
d was
ars for
e was
alcohol
atment
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n the
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hitting
a .714
Shaw
average

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la this
in the.
ourna-.
: Bill
, Mike
r, Don
ddock,
Mad-
Jerry
Greg
h, and


rived at the meeting a short
while later and said the City
would be making a formal
request to have the street
repaired to eliminate' the
problem.
BEACH POLICE .
Commissioner Doug Bir-
mingham asked where the
jurisdiction line for Mexico
Beach's Police Department
was. "I have had complaints
from several people who
reported they were stopped
for a driver license check on
'theOverstreet Road near the
Harmon place. I' was under


Steve, Vicki and Steven Stutts


16 Defendants


Sentenced by


Circuit court

.'Sixteen defendants in Gul uponr a child.
County's Circuit Court rer ,,-Felton Lewis wa
ceived sentences from Cir- tenced to five years
cit Judge Lsarry. Bodiford tion and 1,936 hours of
Monday. The'sentepces'were service for attempted
handed d6wn. .after pre- battery.
sentence investigations, fol- -Lorenzo Dunn wa
lowing, convictions .in, pre- to prison for five yea
vious trials. ',.i conviction of aggravate
Judge Bodiford handed out sault and dealing in st
some stiff sentences in the property.
court proceedings. C .-Carlos.C. Lucas h
Sentenced were: ., probation revoked an
-Mary Ramsey, .five sent to jail for three yeE
years'in prison for uttering a violation of parole. H
forged instrument. also sented to receive a
-Thomas Sloan, 30. years and drug abuse trea
- in prison on a conviction of and undergo psycl
sexual battery.' treatment.:
-Vernon Cheeseman was
sentenced to one year in the Raffidlds Wit
Gulf County jail on a convic-
tion 'of-burglary of a Port State Troph
St. Joe restaurant. ..r
-Charles Causey of Cal- This past weekend
houn County,was given three field's Softball Team w
years probation and six state championship
montlisthin irigsiffoir BDtglry, Major Industrial DJ
of a houseboat in the river, with a 4-0 record.
He was also given 60 days to Leading the team in
make restitution for the 'was Mike Todd with'
items taken, .assessed with average, followed by
court costs and required to do Maddox with a .688 av
1,936 hours of public service with three home runs.
over the next 12 months. The team will tra,
-David Mims-was given a PhoenixCity, Alabam
year probation on an assault weekend to compete
charge and assessed with Southern Region t(
court costs. He was also meht. 2 ,
assigned with the responsi- Team members are
ability of performing 1,936 Dodson, Jerry Gaskin,
hours of public service. Todd, Warren Yeager
-Leon Leslie was given Ashcraft, Kenny Had
three years probation, asses- Robbie Johnson, Shaw
sed court costs arid must dox, David Wood,
perform 1,936 hour of public Guilford,. Greg Todd,
service for a conviction of Mathes, Dennis Kizzia
grand theft. Wayne Parrish.
-Betty Jean Barber was .
given five years probation,
assessed. court costs aand
1,936 hours of public service akes
for a conviction of perform-
ing a lewd act.in the presence s A special meet
of a child. A I e


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duled for today ny the ue.a
Lakes Water Management
District committee, has
been changed, according to
board attorney, Pat Floyd.
The meeting was origin-
.ally scheduled to be held at
the public library building
here in Port St. Joe at 10
a.m., this morning, but has
-been postponed to;- next
Thursday, August 18, at the
same time and place.
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ing is to discuss the legality
of the Board's future and
attempt to make a decision
on which step it should take
next in the matter of a
challenge to their legality.
The Board's existence
has been challenged by a
Calhoun County Judge, Jim
Godwin, who ruled recently
in another matter, that the
Board has no jurisdiction
since the formation of the
Northwest Florida Water
Management District in


1975. Judge Godwin's rul-
ing, based on a decision in a
fishing permit case, was
made on the premise that
the NFWMD was placed in
charge of all bodies of
water in Northwest Flor-
ida.
j The case nor the Judge's
ruling had any connection
with the controversy' the
'Dead Lakes board current-
ly finds itself involved in
/concerning whether or not
to remove the Dam.


the understanding this was in,
Gulf County, and would-
therefore be out of their:
jurisdiction".
Birmingham was informed
he was correct;i all of the
Overstreet Road lies in Gulf
County. "
The Board. will write a
polite letter to Mexico Beach
asking them to inform their'
Police Department to stop
making routine stops on the
Gulf County highway.
COMPLAINT AIRED
Raymond Burrows asked
the County if the Cit of Port


St. Joe had toe authority to
pump their settling 'pond
sediment on property east of
Highland View. "Is, that
dangerous, or does anybody
know?" Burrows asked.
Burrows was concerned
that the.City was doirig the
pumping without permits
from the Department of
Environmental Regulation
or that the Department was
monitoring the operation
adequately.
Burrows' question was an-
swered to. the effect' that
DER was monitoring the'
operation closely, that' they


had given their permission:
for the placing of sludge on
the property and instructions
had been given for its handl-'
ing and disposal. There was
no odor from. the sludge and
there was no danger from the
sludge being pumped to the
site. DER has the City
maintaining testing wells all
around the area affected by
the operation.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters,
the County:
-Agreed to try to locate a
map room for the Property
Appraiser which could be
vented.
-Agreed to assist resi-
dents of Williamsburg Subdi-


vision near Wewahitchka in
securing more. property fo
expand their'cemetery.
-Agreed to request Flo-
ida's DOT to makerepairs to
railroad crossings in the Port
St. Joe area.
-Heard a request from tie
Senior Citizens organization
to provide space near the
courthouse for construction
of a headquarters building
for the Senior Citizens opera-
tion.
-Agreed to make. the
Building Department a con-
tract service and approved
payment of $2,500 per month
to Dewayne Manuel for oper-
ation of the department and
all its expenses.


CITIZENS of GULF COUNTY

Plans are being made to open a

HEALTHIFITNESS CENTER
in Port St. Joe. There will be a
workout center with multi-use exer-
cise machines, plus a weight room.
Exercise classes will also be
. available at scheduled times.
Members will also have use' of a
whirlpool and sauna, with future
plans for handball/racquetball
courts) and.a members'-only swimm-
ing pool.
Any Comments Regarding This Endeavor
Would be Greatly Appreciated
S .THANK YOU
RODNEY and DEBBIE ALLEN, Owners
229-8942
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Church of Christ
The Church of Christ at his training asan eva
20th Street and Marvin Ave- Both he and his wi
nue are proud to announce natives of North Al
that they have a new:,minis- They are living at 2ilf
ter who has begun working Bro. Stutts is also a
with them. Steve R. Stutts tered Nurse.- He wa
began preaching for the cated in nursing at C
congregation August 1st. He Community College in
will be assuming full-time tur, Alabama. He has'
duties for the church and will f9r five.years as an R.
'be keeping regular office while going through hi
hours. schooling. He will be w
Bro. Stutts is married. He on a part-time basic
and his wife, Vicki, have a Gulf Pines Hospital it
son, Steven, who is four to keep' an active
.months old. They moved here license. He hopes tc
from Henderson, Tennessee missionary to Papua
where he attended Freed- ,Guinea at some time
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LIGHTING UP CLOSE
Good light is essential f or
seeing. Much eyestrain, u
caused by habitual reading
i poorly illuminated places
Continued eyestrain can
cause visual defects.
'For reading, -it is best to
.us a''flooil or table lamp
:.*' p itioned slightly behind
oun.and to the right or left ol
the reading material. Be
sure the light is directed onto
S the page, and is not glaring
i' to' your eyes. An alter-
Snative.is the shielded desk
mp which sits'in front of
you and also casts its light
directly on the reading
material. The bright bulb in
''these lamps should be ap-
S.'piokimately 14".to 16" above
n the reading, material. This
ditace.Js also good for sew-
1n ,gr playing thte piano.
~' Bare bulbs should be
coveredco ered by"a translucent
-.i::mterial or shade to prevent
., dows fall on your
.u'gie,, adjust the
-..'5. oi'yIr lamp until
l?*id thsad6ws arerio longer

SA"'b'* ier people need more
to see -well. Often a
6'dis61 between 7" to 8"
-' ''fr thepsoi"ue 6f.the light
to eareeia- task is need-
o om$dpate for nar-



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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1983


SCout es chool Board


-Gulf County School Board


q The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on July 12, 1983 at 5:30 PM in
the Gulf County Courthouse in
Port St. Joe. The following
members were present: Ted
Whitfield, Waylon Graham,
Paul Sewell, Oscar Redd.
Board member Raffield wais
absent. The Superinteri(ent
s was also present.
Chairman Whitfield pre-
. sided and the meeting was
opened with prayer by Sewell
and followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance.
The Board recognized Tres
Parker as the recipient of the
Zola Maddox Memorial
Award for having twelve
years of perfect attendance at
Port St. Joe High School.
On motion by Redd, second
by Sewell, the Board unani-
mously approved the follow-
ing personnel matters for the
1983-84 school year:
Approved Christopher Ear-
ley and Catherine Ramsey to
serve as principal designees
at Port St. Joe High School;
Approved Martha Sterzoy
as clerical aide at Wewahitch-
ka High School;
Approved Sara Joe Wooten
be paid for her duties as
Principal designee at Wewa-
hitchka High School for a
portion of the school year
1982-83;
Approved Elizabeth Rice as
Junior Class Sponsor replac-
ing Jerry Kelley at Wewahit-
chka High School;
Approved extra work hours
per day'during the summer
foir Edith McGee from 6 hrs. to
7 hrs.; Josephine Frazier from
5 hrs. to 7 hrs.; Franklin
Filmore Jrom 5 hrs. to 7 hrs.;
Gwen Lowery from 2 hrs. to 7
hrs.;
Approved Eric Parrish,
George Newsome and Renda
Brock be employed in the
Maintenance and Custodial
Department temporarily for
the summer; -
Approved Martha Sanborn
to teach'.Jr. High English at
Port St.' Joe High. School
during summer school;
Accepted the resignation of
I Donna Pate, Fiscal Clerk in


the School Board office at a
date that is feasible for the
fiscal clerk and' the Gulf
County School Board;!
Approved Beverly Rich be
employed as School Psycholo-
gist for the 1983-4 'school
year; ,
Approved letters of intent to
retire at the end of the 1983-84
school year from Lula Wilson,
Madge Semmes, Betty Hol-
loway, Forrest Weed;
On motion by Grahain,
second by Redd, the Board
accepted the lowest bid on the
following items:
Paving a play area for
kindergarten at Port St. Joe
Elementary School- Brock
Paving Company, $2,139.00; C.
W. Roberts Contracting, Inc.,
$2,282.00;
Tools bids for Port St. Joe
High School Auto Mechanics
Federal Project- low bidders
Gold Hat Auto Parts,
$1,286.60; Heindel Industrial
Electronics, $703.00; Renfro
Auto Parts, $2,988.69; Sears
Roebuck & Co., $3,954.61;
Sexton Auto Parts, $772.26; St.
Joe Auto Parts, $63.80.
Petroleum Products-
Chevron Company in the Port
St. Joe area and Gulf in the
Wewahitchka area;
Carpet Bids- Successful
bidder, Custom Floors.
On motion by Graham,
second by Sewell, the Board
voted unanimously to partici-
pate in The Florida School
Board Association and au-


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thorized the payment of the
1983-84 annual dues' .,
The Board reviewed each
cost center's budget. No ac-
tion necessary.
On motion by Graham,
second by Sewell, the Board
approved a request from The-
Wewahitchka Medical Center,
Inc. to do a simple dental
screening in the Wewahitchki
Elementary School.
On motion by Graham,
second-by Sewell, the board
voted unanimously to approve
the following programs for the
1983-84 school year;
Approved the State Compen-
satory Education Program
Plan;
Approved Federal assist-
ance for the Handicapped.
The Boardl discussed the
delayed funding for the 1983-84
school year and authorized the
Superintendent to make a
237.151 loan if necessary.
On motion' by Graham,
-second by Redd, the Board
voted that the bills be paid.
On motion by Graham,
second by Sewell, the Board
unanimously approved the
following items;
Approved an agreement
with the Bay County School
Board whereby the Gulf
County School provides for the
education of those Bay County
,students living in the vicinity'
of Mexico-Beach who desire to.
attend the Gulf County School.
System; .
Approved a request from


Public Notices


N THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
Case No. 83-127
IN RE: The Marnrage of
JAMES E THOMPKINS,
Husband Respondent
and
PHYLLIS ELAINE WILLIS THOMPKINS
Wife Petitioner.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JAMES E. THOMPKINS
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition
for Dissolution of Mardalge has been fil-
ed against you and that Petition seeks
to dissolve your marriage to Petilloner.
You are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to the Petition
on Attorney Frid N. Wilten, Attorney
lor Petitioner, P. 0. Box 447, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456, on or 'before
September 1, 1983 and file the original
with the Clerk of'this' Court either
'before service on Petitioner's Attorney
or Immediately thereafter otherwise le a
default will be entered against you for
the relief sought In the Petition.,
DATED this 22nd day of July, 983.
HONORABLE JERRY GATES,
CLERK OF THE COURT, GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
.10 Tonya Knox.-Deputy Clerk --.--
41t728
IN THE COUNTY COURT. BAY COUN-
TY. FLORIDA


beautiful Wetappo
Creek development
(site of the
old Boy Scout camp)


$500 down, $172.17 month


down, $107.71 month


Paved streets


V1 Acre or more lots

Plan approval re-
quired

Street lights

Paved boat ramps


SERVICES CORPORATION INTERNAL.
TIONAL .
d/b/a SMITH FUNERAL HOME,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JERRY RUTH HUTCHINS:
Defendant.
Case No. 78-1164-CC
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 Execu-
tion Issued out of and under the seal'if
this Court. In the above styled matter,
have levied upon the following describe
ed real property:
Commencing at the Southwest cor-
nor of trie Northwest. Quarter ofat",
Southwest Quarter of Section 5.
Township 7 South. Range 8 'West'
and running East 30 feet; Thence
run North 210 feet for point of begin-
ning; Thence run N. Run 70 feet;
thence run E. 100 feet: thence run
South 70 ft., thence run West 100
feet to point of beginning. Said lot
being in Lot One'(1) Block ,"C" -
Whitfield Acres to Howaid Creek.
Lying and being in Section 5.
.Township Seven (7) South, Range 8
West. Gulf County. Florida.
Commencing at the SW corner of
the NWAi of the SW%. of Section 5,
Township 7 South, Range 8 West:
thence run East 30 feel, thence
North 210 feet; thence East 100 feet
to the Point of Beginning of this
description, thence East 110 ft..
thence North 110 feet; thence West
1'10 feet: thence run South 110 feet
to the Point of Beginning, same be-
ing a portion of Lot 1 of Block "C" of
Whitfield Acres Subdivision:
Commence at the Southwest corner
Sof the Northwest Quarter of the
Southwest Quarter 'of Section 5,
Township 7 South, Range 8 West;
thench East 240.00 feet along the
Southilne of the Northlwest Quarter
of the Southwest Quarter of said
Section 5: thence North and parallel
to the West line of the Northwest
quarter of the Southest Ouarter
for 122.80'feet fo'a Pointon the .
'North right-of-way line of 'a Counly
Road and the Point of Beginning;
thence continue North for 8720
feet; thence West and parallel to the
South line of the Northwesl Quarter '
of the Southwest Quarter lor 210.00
feet, thence South and parallel to
the -West line of the Nortnwest
Quarter of the SouthikesI Quarter
for 64.71 feet to a Point on the North
right-of-way line of a County Road,
thence Southeasterly al6ng said
right-of-way line tor 211 21 leet to
the Point of Beginning Further
described as that part of Lol 4 ol
Block C of Whillield Acres (an
unrecorded subdivision) lying North
of State Road No. 387.
as the property of the deflendarit, Jerry
Ruth Hutchins. That on the 24th day ol
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 nana
the described real property of the
ae'fendant to satisfy the above named
Writ of Execution.
K E MURPHY,
Sheriff of Gull County
By. sle K E. Murphy
4t 7128

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commission of
Gulf County will receive sealed bilds
from any person, company. or corpora-
tion interested in selling the County Ine
following described personal property
One (1) (Snort Versioni Modular
Ambulance Rescue Vehicle. Type
i. as per.altached specifications
Delivery date must be specified LI
duidaled damages for failure to
deliver unit on specified date will
be set at $5 00 per day
Bids will be received until 700
o'clock P M E.D T.. August 23. 193 al
Ihe Office of the Clerk ol Circuit Court
1000 Fifn Street. Port St Joe. FL 32456
The Board reserves the right to rejecl.t
any and all bids
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
By is/ Billy Branch, Cnairman
2t 8f4

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
"The Board of County Commissioners


of Gull County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company, or corpora-
tion Interested in' purchasing the
following described personal properly
which has been declared surplus,
Four (4) Used Arkla'Air Condition-
ing Units.'
Bids sill be received unill 7:00
O'clock P.M., E.D.T., August 23,1983, at
the Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court.
1000 Fifth St.,'Port St.'Joe, FL 32456.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.,
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
Is/ Billy Branch, Chairman
21 8/4
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners
of Gulf County, Florjda. Is In need of
suitable fill dirt. Anyone having fill dirt
In inme north or south end of the county'
who will donate or sell to the county
please givp us your bid In writing.'Mail
to the County 'Commission.' 1000 5th
Street. Port St. Joe, FL 32456. Bids will
ce opened August 23. 1983, at 7:00 p.m.
EDT
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
GULF COUNT', FLORIDA '. .
By Is/ Billy BIanh, Cairmenri
2t 8t4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH 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 Maclin '
Fort Dix, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY, NOTIFIED that a
Petition for -Adoption 'has Dean filed
against yduanid, you are required to
ser!e a copy 'of your AnswTer or other
response'to the Petition oh Petitioner's
Attorney. '
..ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ.,. -
P. O. Box2 ': r4 .'
Port St Joe;'Florlle 32456
and tile.the original.thdreof In'the'Clr.
cult Court Clerk!s Oflice,'Gul 'County
Court house: Port St. Joe, Florida 324568
oh or belorelthe 1st day of September.
1983.1If yo fall to do sod'a Judgment for
thb relfsetsoughtl.may be granted by
"Default. "k 1
DATED this the second day of
August, 1983.
JERRY GATES,
Clerk'ol Circuit Court
By Ist Tonya Knox
41 8/4
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED biDS
The Board of County Commission of
Gulf Counly will receive sealed bids
from any person. company or corpora-
lion interested in providing the County
with the following described service,
Ambulance Service Travel Rates
(per mile) for transportation to the
Mealical Examiner's Office
(Panama City, Florida) lor autop-
ales as authorized by Sheriff Ken
Murphy
Bids will be received until 7:00
o'clock P.M E.S.T.. August 23. 1983. at
thme Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court,
1000 Filth Street. Port St Joe FL 32456.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
By ist Billy Branch. Cnairman
21 8111
NOTICE'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tnat the
Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County. Florioa di their regular
meeting held on Ine 9th day of August.
1983. adopted a resolution closingU
vacating ano abandoning all Interest
the County mighl nave nad in ano to the
following described sireel. lo-witt
The North 124',' feet of Hunter
Street. a 60 fool wide street,. as
shown on the offllcial subdivision
.plat of Oae Grove SuOdlvision to
me City of Port St JOe. Florida,
recoroaed in Plal Book 1, page 12,
' public' re-ords 'of Gulf- County,
Florida ALSO descriDed as Thai
Dart f said Hunter Street lying bel-
ween Lot 2 BIock 4 and Lot 20.
Brock 1. ol said subdlision.
DATED this 9th day of August. 1983.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
G."F COUNTY. FLORIDA
By Billy'Branch. Chairman
ATTEST: Jerry Gales, Clerk 1t 8,11


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the principal at .Port St. Joe
High School requesting assist-
ance from the' school board
with some outstanding invoi-
ces in the athletic department
due to a loss in gate receipts.
Approved the use of a bus
for the AAU Basketball team
to'attend a "tournament in
South Bend, Indiana with Bay
County furnishing all gasoline,
driver and" the insurance
coverage. ,..
Approved' non-instructional
Personnel Performance Eva-
luaftion Form-to -be -used in
Gulf County Schools;
Approved a request for
Jessica White to attend High-
land 'View Elementary
School;
Approved retroactively the
1981-82 salary schedule for
Superintendent, School Board
Members and School Board
Attorney.
There being no .furtlier
business, the meeting' ad-
journed to meet again on
August 2, 1983 at 9:00 AM.

The Gulf County School
Board met in special session
on July 19, 1983 at-5:00 PM in
the Gulf County Courthouse in
Port St. Joe. The following
members were present: Ted
Whitfield, Waylon Graham,
Gene Raffield, Paul Sewell.
Board member Oscar Redd
was absent. The Superinten-
dent was also present.
The Superintendent present-
ed the tentative Budget for
1983-84. A motion was made by
Raffield, second by Graham to
approve the tentative budget-
for advertising '-nd to& set
Monday ; July 25, 1983,'5:15
PM, ET, as the date and time
for a formal 'hearing on'the
tentative budget. The vote was


MEXICO BEACH
42na 51 Sandcastle 2 bdOm. 1 Da
Cen h&a Furnished. includes
weaner Owner financing
$687.50000
39tn St Moonglow 4 bdrm .2 ba 3
story. 3 lots from each. Owner
financing $104.000
34th St. Drifting Sands 4 ndrms.. 2
oa 3 story Owner financing
$104.00000
Circle Dr Sandpipers No 1 & 2 -3
Darms 2 Da Furnished. boln have
cen n&a. $79.50000
Waterfront Sea Breeze 3 Darms. 1I
na Stainea glass windows.
fireplace, not ID wtllh surrounding
aeck Aln me eitiras', $175.00000
Arizona Ave 3 bdrms. 2 be On 2
lots. Free standing fireplace
$69,000 00.
Hwy 98 (near 41h St )i 3 bdrm.. 1 be
Excel view of the water. $74.50000
Louisiana Dr NEWI 2 bdrm.. 2 be
Suspended Dalcony overlooks llv
rm w fireplace. S72.500.00
Corner Azalea & Palm 3 bdrm., 1 '.
Sbe. On corner lot wilot adjacent
cleared 75'x100' 1350 sq. fl.
$65.90000.
Nan Nook Rd Grand Isle 3 bdrm 1
full be. Fireplace Also has eflicl-
ency apt. w/1 bdrm. & 1 a
$79.00000
15th St e 2 bdrms I be& Completely
furnished, on 75'x185' lot.
$38.00000
Circle Dr 3 bdrm 2 ba brick home
on 1% lots Partially furnished.
close to beach $84,50000.
Hwy 98 (near 24th St.) Sandy Hollow
Lg. 3 bdrms.. 2 ba Completely fur-
nished. excel. view of the Gull.
$65.00000.
30th St. 2 bdim.. I full be. Can h&a
Partially furnished, Ig screened in
porch. S58.000.00
Corner 8th St. & Florida 3 bdrm., 2 be
Ceiling plans, cen. vacuum system,
screened patio.' fenced yd.
$68,50000
Oak'St. NEWI 3 bdrm. 2 ba. home
wlig screened porch. New Tappon.
appliances. $59,500.00.
MOBILE HOMES
Arkansas Dr 2 bdrm., 1 be. On 75'x
125' lot. Can h&a'. 525,000.00.
Maryland Ave 2 bdrm., R be. 12'x70'.
Completely furnished, wooden
paetlo521.500 00. ''
Maryland Blvd.-'2'bdrm.. 2 be. Sunk-
en lIv. rm. Comp. furnished. Out-
door deck. $21.900.00.
Maryland Blvd. 2 bdrr.; 2 be On 75'
x100' fenced in yard. Underground
utilities. Comp. furnished $23,900.

LOTS ON MEXICO BEACH
HtWyP9'(near "42nd St) 275' on
Hwy. 98 x 60' along left side on
canal x 320 6' along back ori canal
Commercial property. $155.000.00


Tlwy 98 (near 241h St.) Approx 1 82
acres of commercial properly Sur.
rounded by canal. $434.40000
Corner 22nd Stl Hwy 98 100xlO00
S101 45.000.00
Corner 12th Sl & Hwy 98 90'x190'
lot $82.50000
Corner 3rd Sil m Hy 98 bxls50
lot $5250000
15th St 3 acres 100 x1307' 100'k
200' is commercial property
$5000000
15th Sl Irregular shaped lot in nice
suba. Has septic tank InstalleO &
shallow wait Yard 'soodea
$20,00n 00.
Corner Ga & 7th St 100'100' lot
$12.00000.
Maryland Blvd 75'x 100" lot $9.000
Maryland Blva 75'x100' ot $8.500
Marylano Blvd. 100'x148. Iotl 8.500
5th St Irregular shaped lot.
$8,050.00
5th St Irregular shaped lot
57.900 00
,5tn St irregular shaped lot
57.90000
Arizona Ave. Lots 6. 8. 10. 12. 14
110'xil0' ea 27.50000 Owner
financJog
PORT ST. JOE
Monument Ave Extra nicely 3 odrm.
3'.. be Marble tireplace in 22'x20'
liv rm Wet bar, sprinkler system
$133.90000.
Victoria Ave. Highland View 3
bdrm., 1 be home on 2 lots. 1 block
off Hwy. 98. $29.800 00
Tapper Dr Word Ridge 3 bdrm. 2
ba Has Ig.' sun dec Can h8a.
Assum. mortgage $47.90000


TOWNHOUSES
Sea Side Townhouses --2 bdim, I'.i
Da 16 units Each unit has
microwave. ailsnrasher, llspoual.
washer & dryer Catnedrai ceilings,
calling fans Front & Deck decks w
excel view of the Quill $79.50000
Gulf View Townr.ouses 2 odrm., 2'',
Da Each unit nas disnwasner, dis.
postal refrigerator. cen h&a
Private upper and lower decks
579.50000 Excellent owner financ-
ing available
Casa Del Mar Townhouses 2 bdrm,
I' ba Completely furnished Fully
carpeted Sundeck with super view
of the Gulf! $75.000.00
Pier Poinle Townhouses 2 bdrm, 1 "I
Da Sunken liv rm A ceiling fan
Plush' Completely lanoscapeol
$75.00000
Coronado Townnouses 2 bdrm.. 1'i
be Stucco w stone columns Deck
with excel. view of mne Gufll
$8 500 00.
Beacon Manor Townhouses 'Unob-
sructed view of the gulfl 3 bdrm,
1k be & 2 bdim." 1!",' ba.
townhouses 4 unitlls left.
S79.500 00. 68,000 00 $65.900 00
Doc Side Townhouses 2 barm., 1t ,
Da townhomes on the canal Eacn
unit has boat dock on canal. Sun
deck oerlookingcanal $76.500.00
2 left.
Sano Cliff Villas 3 bdrm. 3 be.
Unobstructed view of the gulf. 1870
so fl living space Extra nice!
S150.000.00


Long Avenue Port St. Joe 3 bdrm. I ba Has assumable mortgage.
$27,700,00. *


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::ku iy' v 9800B EAST HIGHWAY98 P. O. Bx 1332
SM EXICO BEACH, FL 32410"
ri f .1 REAL ESTA TE SALES BEACH RENTALS REALTOR

After Hours:.648-8977
648-5011 Sales 648-5716 Rentals our 648-8939
.* 11800-874-5?99 iout of State)
MEXICO BEACH ST. JOE BEACH WEWAHITCHKA
Carolina St. 2 odrm. 1 ba. trailer. Hwy 98 8 Pineda great gull view 2 1 STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES acre
:,:-:'$24.000 bd 1 be. $78,000. tracts on the Creek. only $30000 .
7lh St. 3 bdrm. 2 ba. doublewide. Americus Ave.. 3 bd, 2 ba. .nice, down. nauttIul land w oak trees and
$50.000 545.000. rolling hills
35th St.. 2 borm. I be beachside Fla Ave. 3 bd 2 be. on 3 lots, Restaurant. well established with
house. $60,000. F52.900. local clientele Near coast hunt.
Sming. lish.ng area good cash Ilow.
Azalea & Palm. 3 bdrm.. 1' ba DeSoto S.,. 2 od. 1 ba $43.000 owner financing available, house in.
60000 c I uaed.S 135.000 00
X 0.00 BEACON HILL cluee.soooo
386A. 2 bdim.. 1 be on big lot, B CO HILL 30 Acres near the City limits: ideallor'
$38,000. __ Hwy 98 & gulf front. A-frame, 3 od 2 development
81h St., 3 Ddrm.. 2 ba brick home. 4 oa. 5150.000.
yrs. old,. 68,500. Hwy. 98 & beacon light. 2 bd. 2 be BEACHFRONT LOTS .
Fortner Ave.. 2 bdrm. 1 be. trailer. 45.000. St Joe Beach Atlantic St. end.
$24.000 3rd St 3 bd 1 bae 36.000. 559.000
61h St 3 bdrm.. 2 be house, reduced Hwy. 98 & 8th St. Mexico Beach, 66'
to549.000 OVERSTREET gull Iront $68,000. .60' gulf front
2ith St .2 bdrm, 1 ba, $43.000 Canal S2 b on 1 cre 564.000 -- _-
34th St.. 4 bdrm. 2 ba. still house. $25.000. Mexico Beach. 2911t St.. $83000
$104.000 Pine St.. 3 bd 1 be brick home. TOWNHOUSES
39th Sl.. 4 bdrm.. 2%. ba. stilt house. $45.000 WN U
$104,000 Gull Aire Subd .3 bd., 2 bea. duplex
42nd St.. 2 bdrm., 1 be brick house. PORT ST. JOE with study. Special features. $95,000.
$62,000 w good owner financing 10%o Beaohfrpnl Gull Aire Townhomes, 2
adwn. bal 20 yrs 13Y. interest. Now Listing: 2111 Juniper Ave. 3
bdrm, 2 be Many extras. swimming ~d 2V be startmg at $86.500
Circle Dr. East. 3 bdrm, 2 be brick pool. 571,500 28th St., Blue Water, 2 bd 1'/ be .
home. $79.New Listing: 1604 Garrison Ave.. ex 900
Circle Dr. West. 3 bdrm. 2 be brick tre nice 2 bO.. 1 be. house. $33,500 42nd St, Gulf View 2 bd. 2/. Dea.
nose. $79,000 New Listing: 1301 Constitution Dr 4 Igood owner fin 10% down) $79,500.
Nan Nook Rd.. 3 bdrm., 1 be. brick bdc. 3 oa, many nice features, must Beachfront 8 9th St. Dolphin Run, 2
home with api only $80.000 see to appreciate. $115,000 Bd 2,'t ba $82.000. 3 ba 21. be ;
Circle Dr.. 3 borm 2 be near new 510 8th St 3 DO 1 ba $45,000 592,000
brick nome. 585.000 103 upon. 3 d 2 be yr old ick 41st St. Sandcastle. 2 bd, 1%V ba.
Gull from & 19th St.. 3 bdrm., 2 be home. $ 559.500 559.500 furnished
$115.000 w $50.000 down 13% Int 30 Hwy.98 & 11th St. Case Dei Mar, 2 bd
years 9gin St. 4 bd. 2 be $30,000 1 be 5$75000
Grand Isle. 3 bdrm. 1 be w garage. 516 9th St. 4 bd 1 oa $23.000 32nd St Warren James. 2 bd 1 % ba.
only $50.000 104 Yaupon. 3 bdrm., 2 na $65.000 $69.500. furnished
Arizona Ave. 3 barm 2 be only 2V% 706 Woodward Ave, 4 barm 2 bDa 14tn St. Seaside. 2 bd. 1'i bea.
yrs Ola010. 578.000 $22.500 _79.500 _
Georgia Ave. 2 bdrm. 1 ba trailer, 1610 Long Ave., 4 barm,, 2 Dba. 37th St. Pier Polnto 2 bd. 1/ be.
only $29.6000 $29,000. $75,000. ____
301h St beachelae. 2 odrm, 1 bea. 619MarvinAve., 3 bd. 1 %ba. $33,400. St. Joseph Shores, Case Doq Mar e
house, $53,500. 1306 Long Ave. 2 bd. 1 be. $30,000. townhouses, 2 bd. 1% ba. $69,000; :
: 35th St. & Hwy. 98 beachside, 2 bd. 1 Long Ave. duplex, 2 bd. 1 be. & 3 bd. 1 Casa Del Mar Villas 2 bd. 1 be.
:ba. house, $55,000. be. duplex. $45,000, with good owner $45.000.
Circle Dr., duplex, beachslde, $89,500 financing. "
w $20,000 down & owner financing. 515 8th St. 3 bd. 1 be. 25,000. RENTALS
23rd St. & Hwy. 98, 3 bd., 2 ba. great 1912 Juniper Ave. 3 bd. 1%, be. Monthly rentals available now, Call
gulf view, $68,000. $44,000. for Information. .
11th St. & Hwy. 98, triplex, great In. 2105 Palm Blvd., 3 bd. 2 ba. lovely : .
vestment is 3 bdrm., 1 be. unit end brick home $69,000. Call -r offie fr lef. areee wilth
two 2 bdrm., 1 be. ,unitse.$150,000 w M- .i nsa s .-:4.
great owner financing. LTS t St eb b wu 0 d ,
4 nSt, allay, $35,500, 1 bd. 1 be. 2 lots, Palm Blvd., $19,000. 12% Is 5 ys._______
29th St. duplex; 2bd. 1 be. each side, ", --m e-uf CapIr lets x-
$85,0ooo. WARD RIDGE & ,Bomb la 1..e1 .,
29th St. duplex, 1 bd. 1 be. each slde,
$459OO0. 205 Tapper Dr., 3 bd. 1. ba. $38,000. Cl fret property availlie w wI.t
28thSt. duolex, 2 bd. 1 be. each side, HOWARD CREEK
: $55,000. _____
: 3 ml. from Mexico Beach, 3 bd., 2 be, New Listing 50'x100: lot, 20'x40'
bl house on 10 acres, $72,000. dwelling. Good price at $15,000.00. OP N HOUSE
2 lots, 2 bd. 1 be. trailer, $8,700.00. SAT. & SUN.
GULF AIRE Squirrel Ave., 1 acre, 2 bd. 1 be. 1-5 cst
R Mobile home, 3 wells',$23,500.00.
W also havewh 1ts fil av e ya r Ave. g. 7 bd. 2 be: $38,000.00. Gulf Air. Townhomes (Gulf :
:::: streets* underground utilities. OWner financing" Aire Beach)
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unanimous. ,' 10:00 AM, (ET), at Port St. journed.
-By unanimous vote, the Joe: High School. At this
board approved for the Super- meeting Carey Ferrell, Direc-
intendent to prepare and send tor of Public Schools, Depart-
out bids for classroom furnish- ment of Education, will re- .AE ..FL
ings for kindergarten through viewwith Board members and T
third grades for Port.St. Joe administrators-the significant
Elementary 'and Highland Legislative changes enacted 1
View Elementary. -, by the 1983 Florida Legisla-
The Superintendent advised ture. .
the Board of a meeting to be "There being no' further
held Friday, August 12. 1983, business, the meeting ad-



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HiKway 1.1, wewUEIICUIU.
nL!pway I., wewancua .Prices Good Aug. 10-1 1983
WEWAHITCHKA STORE ONLY
DELICATESSEN.
SDELIDINNERS .........-L 2.29aup
Link Sausage & Biscuits. ..... 1.09
Chicken Snack Box- white orO at N1.59
Chicken Salad ..........W89
Carrot-Raisin Salad ,..... . pint69'
BAKERY
Long Johns... ...................450
Chocolate Covered Doughnuts.. ..2... 25*
Carrot Cake......... ..... 5.95
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SDA Choike Tableri e Beef BonelesShiulder Steak..... ..... 1.6
A Choike Tablerite Beef Cubed Chuc teak .. ... 2.2
PIDA Choice Tablerite Beef Boneless Stew Meat ........ ... u. 1.71
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1983


A L A Three bedroom house,
$17,5000.0. call 648-158. A G SALES
FOR S E 3tci7/28 '

2 lots,70'xl20'ea. Land St., 2 bedroom block house .hi YARD SALE: 113 5th St.,
, Wewahitchka. $2,000.00 ea. Wewahtchka. Call 6394755. Highland View. Saturday,
Callcollect785i-308. 4tc 7/28 o Aug 13g,9 a.m. til.
SYARD SALE: 522 9th St.,
Nevi Listing: 3 bdrm., 2 be. mobile home at Howard Cieek with 900 sq. f. Sat., August 13, 8 till 2.
addition Spacious, nice carpet, very good condition and only $19.60000 Several families. Some new
Townhouses at Mexico|Beach on canal. 2 bdrm.. 1V, be with boat dock. clothes, new curtains,
$74,90000. dishes, odds & ends.
New on the Market! 2 bdrm.,2 be. mobile homein excel.cond. Located on 1
acre of land, all landscaped and 1 block from Intrcoastal Waterway. A Bi 3 family yard sale.
good starter/retirement h6m atronly $21000. LotsOf clothes, household
House and land at Indian Pass Beach stretching from Lagoon to Gull Only it t t at A
13.00 n gull Iron! pr~o y -,items, toys, etc.- Sat., Aug.
S S135.000lorbayandgulf front propertyl
Executive home on Ig. lot w 3000+.'sq. It of heated living space Four 1 o 10
bdrm 3 ba.. formal liv. rm.. lia. rm, fireplace in beaullful neighborhood. By Hunter Circle.
, ,,j appt. only
REDUCEDI OWNER ANXIOUS. Three bdrm'., 1 ba. masonry home In good

Two bdrm, 1 be. on Ig. lot, chain-link fenced A good Investment for rental
property at.only 529.50000.
Three bdrm 1 'I ba. brick veneer In good neighborhood. Existing assum-
able V.A. mig. at 9'/2%, and owner will take 2nd mig w reasonable down S
payment. By appointment only. SOMETHING
Facing the bay, 107 Hwy. 98, Highland View. Two bdrm., 1 be. w.2 Fla por. DIFFERENT? -
ches, con. h&a, located on 2 Ig lots enclosed w chinn linl fence, under- Proven break through in low
.ground sprinkler system,, and..2 cal 'a-ra.e:$39O00.011 W,$20,000.00 Ntin m
S. asumable mig. at 9%. nc u... *-' "' COsthousing. National man-
S. .O i .. ufacturer is seeking reps in
Large lots on Cape San Bas starlri $10,000 to $25.000 and owner fman. Select as for teel-framed
cing. Only 25% down. 10 years, 12-% APR.- homes and complete line of
Waterfront and watervlew los at Indian Paps from 515,000.00 to 539.000.00 metal buildings. Energy ef-
Wilh just 10% down, owner will finance for 15 years at 10% APR ficient, maintenance free,
30% under. conventional.
Hannon Insurance & Real Estate Agency $3,500.00 refundable invest-
221Red Av. 227-1133 S ment required.For complete
NRoy Semit, Assciate '. information package, call
Margelyn Woodham,Assodl te --648-8231, Mr. Brude at 1/80-433-5555.
2tc 8/11
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ERA PARKER REALTY, Realtor
HIGHWAY 98 & 31 st ST,. 648-5777 wr 1-800-874-5073
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA 3426692 ( InOut side Florida)
I L 1-800-342-6692 (11tside 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.
3A .Hwy.38A-.bdrm., stilt house on TOWNHOUSES
S 75'x185' lot. Furnished, $38,000 Gulf ront nw 2 bdrm., 2b.
BUSINESS Arizona Dr.-Stone & cedar, 3 bdrm. townhouses All appliances. $11
OPPORTUNITIES 2 be. cathedral ceiling, skylights. or make o ile
fireplace. many eijtras Owner must Per Poinle Townhouses. 2 iarm
ven Prof Earer servng Port e Reduced. 576.000 be.. Ig garden tub In lull ba
Joe and beaches area. New Fortner Ave -2 bdrm. Ig. screen cypress decks, cedar siding. cu
dernly equipped restaur'iw porch, IfIrplce,caipelsloiage bidg lighting. range, dishwasher,
in or 'carry out fcillitile. .$37i25.00. r ash comp. Hunter ceiling plans
m lad on HJwy.9 8, Port St.Joe 1 5'x 12 u.10rattilc cyfre'sa
BI" Ini wil I- Unobstructed beach view, luxury
date poseesilonof operating Beachside. of Hwy. on, 341h SI. bdrm, 3 be. townhouses wl;
ine. Conslts o beer bar' Quadraplex each unit has 3 bdrm, 2 garage on bluff overlooking b
1 table, pizza and sn b 53,00000 ea. 1.800 sq II cen. n&a, all applia
uIpment and Invenory includ- .. '. ".. 150. 000
Oreal In town location. Call 12th SI.-2 bdrm., 1 ba., cath ceiling., -----
detals.l dnn-.are. lurnished. $45,000 .. Beachside canal front townhouse
""- bdrm., 2'/1 be. cen. h8sa, al
SBeachaide 42nd St.-2 bdrm.. 1 be.a .inces. boa s'l for each.
terfront motel:9units cloeto' furnished, 563,500 00, financing avail plances lip or eac
lrig pier. Alio Includes beer & : .. "-_-_-'_ ba ..5.8.0 -- -
inop. .. in. b rIC .- BeacsIdoe Circle Dr.--3 bdrm, 2 ba 0 from Gulf -2 bdrm, 2% be.
ch. -. wiglassed porch. furnished $79,000. Kit. & beth w/European
"", '-, Financing available cebinetry. 2 decks, cen. h&a, ca
Hwy. 98. 24th St.-2nd lot from appliances Included. $79,500 C
MEXICO BEACH. beach, cb with fireplace.3 bdrm, 2 financing with 25%. down.
irm. furnished stucco house .a $68,000, 381h St. Phase IV Townhouses
den porch, new wiring,-pIlumb- Beachside Circle Dr.-3 bdrm, 2 be by James Tyson Co. Two & 3 I
dindowsi& storm doors 271h St. brick:honielricludes all'appliances. units available. 2nd trom b
)iocks from beach. $41,500. fireplace, furnished, dnly 3 yrs. old. $67.900 or $72,500
shed apartments close to $84.000 Financing available doronado Townhouses overlook
h Screen porch. 2 storage bidga. Beachside 43rd St.-3 bdfrm, 2 be. w on St. Joe Beach. 2 bdrm, 1'i b
Wiped wI washer & dryer. Call for place to buidg boal dock on canal pliances, ceiling fan, custom i
a & details. leading lo Guy. Owner financing with private balcony & patio Call
front 2 barm. 1 ba completely .. & b acat l0.. $69,500 se. $85.000.
hed. Excellent rental. $74,000. GrandIlesl-3 bdrm., 1 ba. nice brick Waterliont luxury townhouses
bdr house wlefficiency abt. adjoining on & 3 bdrm. 2!" be units on 37
d isle 3 bd m.2 be new ca e 2nce is. 79.000. Completely furnished ready to I
Scan. hsa, walpapea, carpet, lo a -- 7 10 "
'lYont & back decks. wesher g :- 26th, Sl.-3 bdrm.. 2 ba.. 2 slory vacation in Elec kit
hook-up plus single cal garage.' -house, lot size 75'x00' $46,000. w.disnwasne. garb. dip., -was
0. As is..d Dryer. Jenn-arre grill. 2'sundec
00 As8 Grand Isle Subd.-3 bdrm 1 ba witn all master bdrm & I off liv
d Isle 3 bdrm.. 2 be new cedar grapevines & shade tres., heat pump. $105,000 & $115000.
a w dbl. garage. deck on front & $50.000 N.' .
'New 2 bdrm,. 1"V2be.
cen h&a, carpel & vinyl, walk-in Beachside 34th St.- 4 bdrm Still townhouse with furniture 8
Is As"Is S79.500, or completely house with'great dulf view. $104.000 p n Usarh
had w/rangedishowasher. gar- '0 pilances included. Upstairs has
edis wange, disnasherI gar- Beachside Circle Dr. brick duplex, deck, outalae shower w hot &
dsposawith 2 bdrni:, 1[a. be. each side water 569.500 .
Comp furnished, cen. h&a. $36.206 Corner 14th St & Hwy 98 Se
er 261h St & Hwy 98. Two 1 mortg at 9% o85. "' on us bdrm
Sta One unpstlairsr has In ownouses


ST. JOE BEACH
3 bdrm.. 2 ba hone wpool, 6' privacy
fence & many olher extras; on 2 lots
, You must see! Owner financing wi
$20,000 down, $78.500
Coronado SI, 1,' blocks to beach. A
bdrm. 1 ba house wiutilty,.rm &
front screened porch. Also Includeas1
bdrm. 1 ba. apt. wifurnishings: Ex-
cellent rental, $41,900
Columbus St.. '>, block to beach. 3
bdrm, 1 ba home, block wiDrick
veneer., appliances, workshop Fami
ly rm wlbuilt in bookcase & panelling
$48.000.'

.WHITE CITY
2 houses and c.D. stor- bidg. 'a, mile
from Intracoastal 564,000
SBrick home on 252'xl25 lot, $35.000
Frame house on 100'x125' lot,
5 $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
SProperty runs from lagoon to gulf & is
divldpd by hwy., Includes older house
& furnishings. Call for details


PORT ST. JOE
Comfortable 3 bdrm. home on 1''2
lols, has fireplace, celing'fans. 3 yr.
old roof & more. Family neignbor-
: hood. Yard fenced on 3 slde, shade
trees. 512 8th St $32.000.
: 'Tapper Ave. & Saunders Circle;,new 3
bdrm.. 2 be. home w/cedar sjdming.
'double garage & heat pump On ',
acre $68.000. Reduced to $59,000.


sundeck, downstairs g screened
porch. Appliances Included Has ex-
cel. rental 'history. $75,000 Owner
financing ____
Water Dr.. 3 baim 2 be on canal w
Ig. boat dock. includes stove & rel g .
has can n&a, $74.500 $20,000 down.
owner financing
2nd St., 3 bdrm. 2 be double-wide
mobile home on 1' lots of beautiful
grassed lawn, fireplace wimaible
heartl, front & Deck deck & cement
drive $55.000
4 bdrm., 2 be.. stucco 2 story house.
on 50'x122' lot. d w. stove, ceiling
fans, many extras Sea St 569.00000
3 bdrm. 2 ba brick on nice corner lot.,
Ig screen porch, garage, vacuum
system can n&a, carpel & more Fla
Ave & 81h St 568.500 00
MOBILE HOME on commercial lot.
across from Chamber of Commerce
on 31st SI.. 2 bOrm., 1 ba, new
carpeting & roof, S30.000 00
Corner Virginia & Fla. Ave. -New,.
modular.. wbrick: 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
fireplace', screen porch, tence.
75'x 112.5 lot. $55,000 00 Terms ., :
Tenn. Ave -3 bdrm., 3 ba., pool,;,
fireplace, jfnn-aire range & grill,
many extras. Financing available.
Corner 61h & Fla Double-wide on 1'/
lots, 2 yrs. old 3 bdrm, 2 be, in..
cludes appliances. $48,000
Corner Palm & Azalea St. Nice 3
bdrm 2 ba brick & stucco Includes
appliances & slor house, fenced yd
.$59,500. Adjoining lot available
Virginia Ave -2 sIory. 1 Ig bdim.
screen porch, downstairs unfinished.
haspwirlrig & plumbing, 545,000.
'Hwy, 386-A-Doublewide mobile
home, 3 bdrm., 2 be on 1 05 acres. '
Good terms. $49,900
29th St. at Hwy 98 2 newly con-
structed, stilled 4 bdrm., 2 be beach-
houses. Unfurnished $79,000. Fur-
nished $84.500.


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


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washerdiyer, ceiling loans.
microwave, cen. h&alc, carpel, pre-
construction price, $69.500 00 Finan-
cing available
UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW from 2nd
Irom beach site ol cedar and.stucco
townhouses with 1 120 sq ft. of living
area Stuolo & bdrm. witn catnedral
cbilings. 1", ba.. all appliances 29th
St. $70.000 00.-

OVERSTREET
Perfect retirement home 3 bdrm.
brick home on 85 acres, reduced to
sell $45.00000 Owner anxious, must
move. Sumitl offers
Almost new mobile home 2 borm. 1
ba on over 'I acre. urln. 24" well.
deckl, Land is cleared & has 18"
regulation culvert & driveway.
524.000 N Long St
-BEACON HILL
3rd St. & 3rd Ave.-Duplex, 1 bdrm., 1
oba.e.aor 2 bdrm., 2 ba. home.
S$26,500. Good financing.
3rd Sti &'4th Ave-3 bdrm., 1 ba.,
fireplace, fence, $38,000.
WEWAHITCHKA
Transfer Lariding Rd. Almost an acre,
close to Chlpola River. 4 bdrnr., 2 be..
unfurn.' double wide. Enough room to
add several trailers for Income.
$23;500W .
5 acre tract, with mobile home, In-
cludes nice barn & stor. bldg., land's
prepared for garden; $24,500.' Near
'Wewavhitchka. .
Hwy 71 (Dalkelth), 3 bdrm. 1 ba., ap-
prox 1 acre. 518.000.
KINARDn
3 bdim., 1 be. frame home w/front and
back deck. 2 wells, fireplace & sits on
6 36 acres S28.500.


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


WATKINS PRODUCTS
Can Be Purchased at
Indoor Flea Market
414 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe .
229.6-023
S-..t tc 8-41




Found: Small to medium
size brown & white male dog
in Ward Ridge area. If you
have lost this dog or would like
to give it a good home, call
22 -8019.


Individual to work part-
time with the Gulf; County
Association for ,Retarded
Citizens' lawn service crew.
Must have knowledge of
lawn mower maintenance.
Must hold valid Fla. chauf-
feur's license, For more in-
formation contact: GCARC -
229-6327. EOE.
$100 Per Week Part Time
at Home. Webster,
America's favorite dic-
tionary company, needs
home workers to update
local, mailing lists. Easy .
work Can be done while wat-,
ching TV. Alla ges, ex-
perience unnecessary. Call,
1/716-842-6000, ext. 6628.


AKC registered yellow lab
- pups, born 6/26/83, wormed,
shots, ready to go. 229-6916.
3tp8/11
Set of 415" mag wheels for
Ford pickup. $125. Call
229-8942. ltp 8/11
22' skiff, 79 model 50 h.p.
Evinrude, trailer. $2,000.
Phone 229-056. 2tc 8/11
Westinghouse 27"x36"
washing machine, white, like
brand new, 648-5439. ltc 8/11
Vito alto saxophone, with
case, $180. Call 648-5392.
4tp 8/4
12'x68' Fleetwood mobile
*home. 2 bdrm., 2 full baths.
$3,000 equity and take up.
payments of $167.92 pere
month. Call 229-8582 or 1/912-
244-7500. 4tp8/
Electric sign with change-'
able face plat and letters.,
Call 648-5684 or 648-5258.
4tc 8/4

$25.00 REWARD
for Any Sewing Machine
We Cannot Repair
SPECIAL $9.95
to clean, oil and adjust ten-
sion on your sewing
machine. We guarantee your
machine can sew on any
fabric.
The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151
tfc 6/30
Tupelo honey. Harvie Ken-,
nedy, 229-6163.124 2nd Ave.,
Oak Grove. 4tp7/28


^ ACarpentry & Concrete
FI SA E 18 Yrs. Experience ..
197& _.... .. -"r IraI J. N ich
. 5- "" t out Ir, 2 9 6th St., Hig hland View
dr., with a slant 6 eng., auto Port St. Joe, FL 32456
trans. a/c, p/s, disc brakes, 904/22M235
: am/fm stereo 8 track player. .. .
For further information call "
Dorothy or Clifton Bell at .
648-5117.55,200 miles. Itp


1964 Chevrolet stepside,
8,500 miles on engine. $495.
Call 229055 tfc7/14


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THE STAR

P Phone 227-1278+
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THE LAUNDRYNU ROOUUM
408 Reid Ave. 2294954
Open 7 Days A Week
Mon. Sat., 7 a.m. 8 p.m.
S Sun; 10 a.m. 6 p.m,: ,
Self service or drop-off
tfc 7/7


St.Joseph Bay
S ConstruetI

Commercial





W. S. (Biff) Quarles
CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING
229.8795


3 bedroom furnished
trailer for rent ,at
Overstreet. Phone 648-5306.
12'x56' furnished, 2
bedroom, a/c mobile home.,
$140 per month. Call 229-8669.
2tc8/11
Unifurnished 3 bdrm.
homes,.2 ba., cen. h&a, car-
peted, fireplace, 1 yr. lease.
$290.00 a month. Call 6484016.
or 648-5070. 2tp8/4
Travel trailers for rent by
day, week or month (2 day
minimum). Rustic Sands
Campgrounds, 15th St., Mex-
ico Beach. 648-5229. tfc 7/7
Unfurnished house in
White City. 3 bdrm=, 1 ba.Lg.
liv. rm. & din. rm. Call after
4:30, 229-6825. Deposit re-
quired. 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 cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723, 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7/1
SKI BREEZE
Camping, mobile home, 2
bdrm. apt. and campers for
rent, day, week or month. On
the gulf, beach or wooded
site. Bill and Renee Schlick-
man. Res. 229-6105. tfc 7/7
For carpets cleaned the
way professionals do it-at a
fraction of .the, cost, rent
Rinse N Vae, the portable
steam carpet cleaning
system. Available at-
Western Auto, phone
227-1105, 219-Reid Ave.


Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some
yard work 'by experienced
husband and wife. Mr.
Sollq's. 227-1490. fce7/3
'Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repai'r
All Brands "
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-9416
106 Bellamy Circle
tifc 7/7

ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 2294803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day
12/83
Conrad's Lawn Service,
paint and trim, and light
carpentry work. Cheap. Call
2294901 or.229-580 anytime.
tfc7/7

J.Walter (Jimmy)
Johnson Construction Co.
New Homes Additions
*.pecks
Call Us for Free Estimates
229-8757 /
tfc7/7



SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410RPid Avenue


Want to Rent: Mobile home
lot at Beacon Hill. Call
648-8562. 2tp 8/4


EXCELLENT

COPIES


Now Available at

The Star


306 Williams Ave.:


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. Jamnes Episcopal Church
Phone 229-720

Psychological Services for
anyone with problems 3n
day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic. Port St.
Joe. 227-1145 (24 hrs.)




COSTING INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC. t
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe -
Phone 229-4899
tfc 7/7



Wauneta's
Accounting &

SJncprne-Tax.:1,
226 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.
Wanetas rewer Patiabuma
Owner at 1 AsMumnt-
(Used to be at 116 Monument)


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


'I think it was something I ale."



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



ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





-CommercIal Building
-Residential BUlnding
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS

P.O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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FUN 16 WEEK JOB
Hiring Homemakers all
towns. Demonstrate toy
parties part-time till
Christmas. Good pay.
Free $300 kit. No costs.
Low priced toys, gifts
unbeatable program.
House of Lloyd, 'Inc.
America's largest toy
party plan. Call Bonnie at
1-286-5219, 1-4-p.m. or 7-8
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SPort St. Joe, Florida OA.

I"Quality Fabrics atAffordable Prices"


REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE


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to Look Like New. We Buy and
Sell Used Furniture.


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

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


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FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers
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319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, owner
Hrs.: 9-5:00, M, T, Th, F, S
9:00-12:00 Wednesday
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Need someone to help with
spring cleaning or regular
domestic employment?
Call: Gloria Bryant 229-8085;
Renell Thomas 229-6229;
Angela Brackin 227-1555;
Janice Morris 229-6206;
Debra Bailey, 229-6313; Ola
L. Thomas 229-8949; Pearl
Winfield 229-8949 ; Antoniette
Lenox 229-6980 or Darlene-
.Cherry 229-6866. tfc 5/4:


Wanted: Students, house-
wives, anyone, that can use,
extra income. Routes opened
in all parts of Port St. Joe..
Call Mr. Cox at 229-8019.
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Bnls. Rolled RumpRoast. ... 1.79
Bnls. Bottom Round Roast ,.Lb$179
10 Ib. Chitterlings .. 'iiObbucketI.99.
Assorted Pork Chops ..... .b. 1.19
Smoked Pork Chops ... .$2.19
Smoked Pork Neckbones ..... ,,69c
Power Pak Franks. . z.69
Rath All Meat Bologna ..... ,.L1.39
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Iowa USDA Choice Delmonicos
Iowa USDA Choice Porterhouse
Iowa USDA Choice Bnls. Sirloin


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Sliced Turkey or Salisbury Steak 32 po.
FROZEN ENTREES...


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Mrs. Smltb's 13 oz. Coconut, Banana, Chocolate
CREAM PIES ...a.. 1.m19


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SAVEWAY HAS THE LARGEST SELECTION
OF NO BRAND ITEMS IN TOWNHI!
24 oz. Fruit Drink Mixes.... X1.09
64 oz. Apple Juice .........1. 121
7% oz. Macaroni & Cheese.... .
15 oz. Raisins............. '1.11
1 lb. All Purpose Coffee ..... .99
10% oz. Cream Mushroom Soupr 35,
100 count Tea Bags ........... 89
6 oz. Gelatin Dessert .........45
48 oz. Vegetable Oil ..... 1.77
1 Ib. box Saltine Crackers... ..650
20 oz. Raisin Bran ......... $1.81
32 oz. Honey .............. '2.39
42 oz. Laundry Detergent .... '1.15
32 oz. Pine Cleaner .......... 77C
150 ct. Sandwich Bags ........ 451


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