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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 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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USPS 518-880

FORTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 51


THE STAR
Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA' 32456 THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1983


20" Per Copy


Possesession of Destructive Device


Arrest Made In March


Postal workers, Johnny Linton, left, and
Benny Benthall, right, take a hand-full of
TRIM notices from Property Appraiser,
Joyce Williams, center, as the notices were
put in the malls on Monday of this week.
.The TRIM notices went out to every
Gulf County property owner, advising him
of what his proposed taxes would be for the
coming fiscal year and compared them with
taxeslevied last year.
Approximately 12,000 notices were sent
out to property owners in the county, as
required by Florida law. Property owners
receive the TRIM notices to enable them to
look for mistakes in their property assess-
ments before the tax notices are sent out.


Property owners have until September 8
to file any complaints or objections to their
assessment in order for the complaints to be
heard for the up-coming tax year, If
complaints are not filed by that time,
property owners have no recourse if an
error has been made.
Forms for filing objections, which ,will
be heard by a special equalizatloo board,
are available in the office of the Appraiser in
the Courthouse here in Port St. Joe. The
Appraiser has said her office will handle
complaints of errors in mathematics on' the
notices. Any attempt .to get assessments
lowered or raised will have to go before the
equalization board for arbitration.


FfthFatality


Arson Attempt O


Gulf' County Sheriff's Department officers
and agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco
and Firearms, have arrested Thomas Bruce
Husband; age 26, of Wewahitchka, on a Federal
warrant charging him with possession of a
destructive device. ,
Husband is the owner and operator of the
Good Spirits II liquor lounge, located on U.S. 98,
west of Port St. Joe.
On March 3, of this year, an incendiary
device was recovered from the attic of the
lounge. The device, consisting of 25 one-gallon
plastic jugs, half-filled with gasoline and
equipped with igniters, were designed to explode
and burn, and would have in all probability have
caused the complete destruction of the premises.
The device was accidentally discovered by a
workman and was deactivated by the Explosive
Ordinance Detachment team from Tyndall Air
Force Base.
ARRESTED TUESDAY
According to Sheriff Murphy, the arrest was
made Tuesday morning, by Investigator Charlie
Hill of the Sheriff's Departmnent and agents of the
ATF department. The arrest came after an
intensive investigation of the attempted incendi-
ary last March.
"A joint investigation by the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department and ATF has been
conducted over the past few months", Sheriff
Murphy said. "The investigation has now been
completed. The cooperative efforts of the Gulf
County Sheriff's Department and ATF, and the
determination of Investigator Charlie Hill and
Agent Morris Pelham were instrumental in
bringing this case to a satisfactory conclusion. I
am very proud of the cooperation we received


from ATF, the State Fire Marshall's office and
the State Beverage Department", Murphy said.
Husband was booked in the Gulf County jail
and later transferred to Pensacola, where he will,
also be charged with attempted arson. he was
given first appearance before Federal Magis-
trate Robert L. Crongeyer, Jr., and bond was set.'
TRANSFERRED TO PENSACOLA
The firebombs were located in the attic of
the building on a Thursday afternoon, when a
carpenter returned -to the building to recover


Ignition device found In the attic of the Good
Spirits II Lounge in March.


SLounge

, some tools he had left while doing some work a
few days previously. The carpenter discovered
the incendiary devices in the loft of the building
when he went up there to get his tools.
The devices were plastic gallon milk jugs
containing gasoline and connected by electric
wires attached to ignition devices. The entire
collection of devices was attached to a timer
which was set to go off at 2:00 a.m., the following
morning.
Husband also owns a lounge in Wewahitc-


Cluster of incendiary devices set to detonate
at 2:00 a.p.


Wewahitchka-Resident




Mrs. Gertie Nunnery Por-
ter, 44,. of Wewahitchka,
became Gulf County's fifth
traffic fatality- of the year
last.Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Porter was injured
fatally in an accident on
Highway 71 in Wewahitchka,
near the Britt Avenue inter-
section, when she lost control
of her car at about' 5:30 p.m.
According to the Gulf
County Sheriff's Depart-
ment, who investigated the
accident, Mrs. Porter's ve-
hicle ran off the road on the
right side, came back across
the road, left on the left side
and hit a fire hydrant.
Mrs. Porter was pronounc-
ed dead on arrival at the
Medical Center in Wewa-
hitchka.
Two passengers in the


vehicle, Nancy Lynn Porter, The 1971 Oldsmobile was a
13 and Nellie E. Porter, 10, total loss.
were treated at the Medical The accident was investi-
Center and later transferred gated by Deputy Frankie
to a Panama City hospital Mills a&'Wewahitchka Po-
with head injuries., lice Chief J. H. Glans.

Two Collide On Long
.
Ave.; No Serious Injuries
A young person was was travelling north on Long
injured slightly in a two car Avenue when her car was hit
collision on Long Avenue by a vehicle driven by
Friday afternoon. Gertrude Hamilton, 405 Ave-
Connie Dale Plair of oW nue A, who was driving east
Connie Dale Plair of 1807 on Seventh Street. The Ham-
Marvin Avenue, was taken to ilton car crossed the path of
Gulf Pines Hospital for ex- the Plair vehicle. The Plair
amination following the car struck Mrs. Hamilton's
crash. She was later releas- car in the right front side,
knocking it off the road and
According to investigating onto the right-of-way on the
officer, James Graves, Plair left side of Seventh Street.


Mrs. Gertrude Hamilton, driver of the
other car in the accident, EMT Terri Lyles
and M. P. Gentry, tend Connie Dale Plair,


still in her car, who was shaken: up in the
accident. She was later examined and
released from the hospital. --Star photo


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Collection Drive Today
The American Red Cross will' be conducting a
blood collection drive today in the Gulf Pines Hospital,.
according to Rand Wortman, Hospital Administrator.
Red Cross is the supplier of whole blood to the
hospital for use by its patients. The blood is collected
through the public drives such as the one being
conducted today. The drives are conducted here in Gulf
County three or four times a year, to maintain .fresh
and adequatesupplies.
SMost ost hospitals in the Panhandle use the Red Cross
.blood services, with headquarters in Mobile, Alabama,-
to insure their blood supplies are properly handled,
tested and stored. Wortman said the service is
especially valuable with the current scare of the AIDS
disease which has the entire nation concerned. "Using'
Red Cross supplies guarantees a supply of blood which
has been adequately tested for AIDS and other
diseases"', Wortman said.
The drive will be held in the Hospital conference'
room from 1:30 to 6:00 p.m., this afternoon. Wortman
said anyone from age 16 up to age 65, may donate
blood, if they have no blood related problems.
The last blood collection program held here in Port
St. Joe was in May, when 46 units were taken in toward
a goal of 70 units.
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New Lions Club Officers Installed
The Port St. Joe Lions Club installed new vice-president; Fred Allen, second vice-presi- Jackson and Roy Smith, 2-year directors; Rex
officers for the coming year at a recent meeting. dent; Greg Turner, third vice-president; Eddie Buzzett, tail twister;' Glen Williams, lion tamer:
New officers for the coming year include: Creamer, secretary-treasurer; Phil Barton and and Perry McFarland, past president. The club'
Ned Ailes, president; Mel Magidson, first Waylon Graham, 1-year directors; Bobby has 17 other members in addition to the officers.'
In the photo at left, out-going Lons Club president,
APerry McFarland, right, welcomes incoming president,
Ned Alles to his new office. Alles took over the leadership
of the club last Wednesday. In the photo below,
Secretary-Treasurer Eddie Creamer, left, presents Lion
Greg Turner with the"'"Lion of the 'year" award. The
awardwas made and new officers assumed their duties at
the first meeting of the club's fiscal year last Wednesday.
--Star photos,


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In Port St..foe


Intersections




Get Inspection


"Blind" intersections will
get a close hard look this
coming week'by the City, as a
concentrated inspection tour
of the city for the purpose of
pin-pointing the dangerous
intersections will be accom-
plished by inspectors.
The intersection inspection
will be a concentrated effort
by thWCommission to elim-
inate the dangerous intersec-
tions and reduce the possibil-
ities of auto crashes. Several
crashes recently have hap-
pened at intersections and
has alerted the Commission
to the problem which could
develop if the intersections
go unattended.
Street Superintendent Dor-
ton Hadden advised the Com-
mission that his department
kept underbrush trimmed on
the City right-of-ways, but
warned the Commission
there would be several places
in the streets where 'the


drivers' view may be blocked
by shrubbery and under-
brush on private property.
Attorney William J.Rish
advised the Commission they
could still require the offend-
ing shrubbery to be trimmed
or cut if it poses a safety
hazard.
The inspection tour started
yesterday and is expected to
take the remainder of the
week to make the complete
inspection tour.
MUST INSTALL WELLS
Wastewater 'Treatment
Plant manager, Bob Simon,
advised the Commission
Tuesday night of a deadline
being placed on the plant to
install monitoring wells
around the plant to monitor
the effects of seepage on the
ground water supply and the
underground aquifer.
Simon said the Department
of Environmental Regulation
has now made the. monitor-


ing wells a requirement of all
such installations and the
new requirement must be
complied with by the Sep-
tember 1 deadline, which
doesn't give the City mucnw
time. --
Simon said the well d
must be designed and- t
plan initialed by a registe-i
engineer and he recqKjz
mended the Arteman C6nl
pany, who has done such
work for the City previously'
Simon said the wells wold.
have a requirement of' it
least two inches in diameter
and be placed from 15 ta M0
feet deep, depending on tMeir
location. -
The monitoring system
must be a continuing opera-
tion of the plant in the future,
INVESTIGATE
Simon reported an area
sanitarian DanDaniel Yoder of
Blountstown, had been called
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THE STAR
THURSDAY, AUG. 18. 1983 PAGE TWO


Worryin.



Our I

Readers Digest has, in this
month's issue, a story concerning
an event which happened in the
Russian invasion of Afghanistan
three years ago. The article has to
do with one particular slaughter of
men and boys in an Afghan village,
S by a particularly barbaric manner.
The men and young boys (some
j of the boys were only seven years
of age) were burned to death, while
hiding in an irrigation tunnel which
I most Afghan villages have built
under their small communities to
carry water to their fields and
Furnish water for the village.
The men and young boys had
: hidden in the tunnel to escape
conscription into the Soviet-sup-
: ported Afghan army in order to
Fight other Afghans, who are
S resisting the Soviet presence in their
country.
The Soviets came into the,
I-illage, backed a gasoline truck up
; Ao the entrance to the tunnel and
Soured in gasoline. Then they
Poured in a highly explosive
.powder and set the highly volatile
Inaterial on fire.
:- Nearly 100 men and young
'boys were roasted in the tunnel.
Now, for the observation.
Have you heard or seen of
.rotestors before the Soviet em-



Sn Few Tak
SThe new school year kicks off
today, with the first day of school
or the students. We know all the
students are apprehensive about
'returning to school, especially
.Ofter all they have read recently on .
bhe pending change in Florida's
school picture.

f Students and parents have
lieard everything from a longer
school day, to more credits requir-
ed for graduation, to stiffer math
'nd science curriculums.
: Here in Gulf County, we are not
guing to notice much change,
according to Superintendent Wal-
4er Wilder. The school director
'ays Gulf County is already
requiring most of the new things
the state is requiring. He has said
S'his criteria in the past has been
mostly a local decision.
-" While we can agree with the
lieed for improvements in educa-
lon, most of us will never realize
T here have been changes made in
our local system. While we all opt
for a well educated student, we
mostly all ignore the procedure it
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bassies in the nations of the world
protesting this action? Have you
even seen protesters before the
Soviet embassies in the countries of
the world protesting the Russians
being in Afghanistan?
There may be isolated cases of
righteous protest toward the Rus-
sian actions, but nothing like we the
Americans experienced while we
were in Vietnam, or El Salvador, or
Honduras, or Nicaragua, or Chad,
or any other place in the world
which fears for its very existence
from the Soviets.
There have been no Soviet
embassies blasted to smitherines,
no embassy people kidnapped, or
murdered, or tortured, or held for
ransom.
But, we're the one worrying
about our world image.
Our reputation over the world
is about as worthy as the Russian's
word. Even those myriads here at
home should be given scant atten-
tion when they start their protest-
ing.
If this nation would become
preoccupied with doing what it
should, what is right, regardless of
what the remainder of the world
thinks, we wager the remainder of
the world would exist a whole lot
longer than it is going to the way
things. are going.



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takes to achieve this goal.
Very few of us know what
*happens behind the brick walls of
the school house, other than when a
football, basketball or baseball
g4pjig is; going on. The school al"o
provides a handy hall for our
meetings which are too large to fit
anywhere else. We know our kids
get up and leave for school about
the same time we go to work, which
makes it handy. When we get home
in the afternoon, the kids are
already out of school, and that's
mostly our association with what is
going on out there except for report
card time.
We think ,Superintendent Wil-
der was more correct than he knew
when he told us most people
wouldn't recognize any changes
here in Gulf County. In all
likelihood, there won't be many
changes noticed anywhere.
Come to think of it, this could
be the reason changes need to be
made. We all have become too
lacadasical about our school pro-
gram and need to become better
informed.


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Tranquil Summer Scene on St. Joseph's Bay


SA MAN'S WORLD


A Prayer in the Night

| BY SHAD PHANTRY
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The older I grow the more I
remember things, funny and
sad, about my childhood. I'm
not sure, but it may be
because I'm in the middle of
my mid-life crisis and, folks,
it's rough!
The largest part of our
home life centered around
our mother. My father was a
provider and a hard working
man. He worked at the
Railroa d ad after a full dy
of work there, he worked in
the fields and around the
house. The domestic duties
were left entirely with my
mother. And she was .i
woman of strong convictioA
and lots of love. Rearing ten
children was no easy task in
those days.
I have many fond memo-
ries of my mother. I can
never forget the way she
used to sing. She was very
religious and her songs were.
old spirituals. Most of the


monotonous jobs like wash-
ing, ironing or cleaning house
were always easier, it seem-
ed, because she was singing.
while doing them.
When I was older and more
inclined toward "stepping
out" I would grab her and
dance with her. She did not
believe in dancing, but she
always laughed and let me
waltz her around until she
was tired and out of breath
from the dancing and laugh-
ing. And there were other
things, to be sure.
There were many times
when my father would not let
us do certain things. If it was
something particularly im-
portant to us, we could
always count on Mother
pleading our case for us. My
father was a hard man to
bargain with but, if it was
important .enough to us,
SMother would usually win his
consent. He may not say yes,
but he wouldn't say a flat


"No."
The most unforgettable
thing I remember about my
mother happened in 1944 and
I was about five years old.
My oldest brother was off in


the war, fighting in the
Pacific. There was not much
talk about him, as I can
remember. One reason was
that news was hard to come
by. Letters he wrote some-
times took months to get
home, and there. were times
that they never knew if he
were dead or alive. To me it
seemed. as if there was no
particular concern, but this
was due mainly to my young
age. I realized one night just
how grave the situation real-
ly was.
The first night I awoke it
seemed to be about three


o'clock in the morning. At
first I seemed to hear voices
that came from far away.
The more awake I became
the more I realized it was the
voice of my mother. When I
was fully awake I could hear
her well, and realized she
was praying and her prayer
was directed to God, plead-
ing for the life of my brother.
Her prayer was mixed with
sobs and tears, pleading for
help in a way only a loving
mother could pray.
I suddenly became fright-
ened and began to cry. I
(See SHAD, Page 3)


Letters
to the
Editor I, myself, have taken care who have loved one buried at
of bmv husbnd's grave.hut I Holl. Hill if theV were


Mr. Ramsey,
Sir, I know that some
handicapped persons have
been doing some work
around Holly Hill Cemetery.
I've seen them myself, at
work, with the wonderful
people in charge.
But Sir, I have also gone
there when it looked so
abandoned and neglected.
There are so many of us
who have loved ones buried
there. Many of us just aren't
able to keep the graves up.


took a bad fall, and now am
unable to do it anymore. And
I can tell you, many of us who
visit the cemetery look at this
neglect, and just want to cry.
I know many of us would be
willing to "pitch in" a few
dollars a month to hire
someone to cut the grass,
which grows so high, it looks
like an old time movie
cemetery.
Is this thing possible?
Maybe you can put a note in"
your paper asking people


willing to put in a couple of
dollars a month, to see the
grass cut, maybe twice a
month to get in touch with
you.
, Thank you,
Mrs. Olga Perlick
Rt. 3, 213 3rd st.
Port St. Joe, F1 32456
648-8978
I can be reached either
way. Please inform, me. My
husband's grave is at the end
where the new section has
the gate.


VGCARC Cl
A LADY WROTE the other day
explaining her need. She was elderly,
able to get around very well and
concerned that the cemetery, includ-
ing her husband's grave, looked
S elected and forlorn.
: Z The lady was writing a few lines
-f appreciation for the clients of the
"CARC chapter here who spend part
their time .doing clean-up and
i: maintenance work at the cemetery.
The lady appreciated the work of the
S CARC people because she was
unable to keep her husband's grave in
gopd shape and that fact concerned
ifer.
The lady wanted to know what
Bould be done to keep the cemetery in
better .shape than it has been in the
past.
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THE CEMETERY has lots sold on
in ownership basis. When the owner
purchases the lot, it belongs to him or
her and they are responsible for :its
upkeep. I'm not saying this is proper
S r trying to excuse anybody who
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ients Are Performing A Needed Servico
might not be doing their job in keeping consequence, nobody is. directors of the GCARC have volun-
the cemetery clean, I'm merely + + + + teered their time and their manpower
explaining the ownership of the SOME dRAVE SITES look neat to serve a two-fold purpose: care of
cemetery lots so you will see who is and clean and others do not. Plots the'cemetery does the community a
ultimately responsible for the proper- owned by people who live away from needed service and it also gives the


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ty at the cemetery once it is sold.
This isn't casting or removing a
any blame for the condition of the
cemetery. This matter of ownership is
only explained to explain why the
present system isn't working in
keeping the cemetery presentable at
all times, from one end to the other.
Everybody is responsible and as a


SHRDL U

By: Wesley R. Rams
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Port St. Joe are especially wild
looking. They are not tended nor is
anybody else responsible for keeping
the sites clean and tended. Conse-
quently, they go untended. One can't
blame them for not travelling to Port
St. Joe every couple of weeks to tend a
cemetery lot.
For this and other reasons, the


sey


clients of the service some physical
therapy, teaches them to care for
things and trains them in being neat
and orderly.
For this service the GCARC
charges the City a small fee-a very
small fee-for their work which is
welcome and needed in the commun-
ity.


e for the P
Of course, the City-and that's you
and you and you-furnish them a
place to meet and perform their
activities. But in addition, they are
given a small amount of money each
month to keep the grounds neat, clean
and trimmed.
I think it's a good thing they are
doing. The money they receive for
their work does not near pay them
even for the time involved in the
service. It's a token payment, just so
the clients can say they earned some
money by doing something they can.

LAST WEEK WE ran a picture of
the members of GCARC doing their
service in the old historical St. Joseph
Cemetery. I didn't receive the letter
until the article and picture had
already been prepared last week, or I
would have gone further in depth in
explaining what the clients were
doing, had I known there was as much
interest as there is in the matter.
It seems there are a great number
of people who were concerned about


public
the condition of all three cemeteries in
the city and I'm glad to point out that
this organization is doing something
about it.
They may not be as lucky as most
of us, by being born without problems
which will affect them all their lives.
But, even with problems, they are
showing they care about their com-
munity also and want to pitch in and
do their part to keep it clean and neat.
This group not only does this
service for the cemeteries, but also
perform the same care on the Gulf
County Health Department grounds.

THE NEXT TIME you see one of
these clients of GCARC it would do
them a world of good and boost their
ego, if you took a second or two to tell
them how much their service is
appreciated and needed at our
cemeteries.
If you have inspected one of the
cemeteries lately, you know they do a
good job and they should be proud of
the work they are doing.


-THE STAR -
b Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
Second-Class Postage Paid at Port St. Jpe, Florida 32456
Wesley R. Ramsey .......... Editor and Publisher
William H. Ramsey Production Supt.
Frenchle L. Ramsey .............. Office Manager'
Shirley K. Ramsey ................... Typesetter


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The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word
barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word Is lost; the printed word remains.


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


High Low
Aug.18 8:21a.m. 7:19p.m.
Aug.19 8:15a.m. 8:06p.m.
Aug.20 10:07a.m. 8:53p.m.
Aug. 2110:58a.m. 9:38p.m.
Aug. 22 11:41a.m. 10:13p.m..
Aug.23 12:23p.m. 10:45p.m.
Aug. 24 1:02p.m. 11:00p.m.
Aug. 25 1:44p.m. 10:58p.m.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 18, 1983


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County Cancer Unit Names New Officer Slate


The Board of Directors of the Port St. Joe Unit of the
American Cancer Society met for their annual meeting last
Friday at noon at the Gulf Sands Restaurant. At the meeting,
officers for the 1983-84 year were Installed by Barbara
E Hamar, District Director of' the Cancer Society. Installed
S' wee,' -Al. Ray, president; Carolyn White, vice president;
Eth : 'Clark,. secretary and Jean Atchison, treasurer. They
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are shown in the photo at top left. From left: Ms. Hamm,
Carolyn White, Al Ray, Edith Clark and Jean Atchison.
In the photo at right, Phyllis Alstaetter,. outgoing presi-
dent of the board is presented a gift as a token of appreciation
for the hard work she did for the Cancer Society last year.
Verna Totman, social services chairman, reported that the
local unit had dispensed a total of $1,674.00 during the past


year to nine patients in the Port St. Joe area. The Cancer
Society aids in the costs of transportation and pain medica-
tion. It does not help defray costs of chemotherapy or radia-
tion treatment. A loan closet consisting of medical equipment
has been established at Gulf Pines Hospital by the Cancer
Society. The equipment is loaned to anyone in need, with first
priority going to cancer patients. -Star photo


Half Million $ Pot Haul Made
James E. Rogers, age 21, phy. a half west of the Forestry other suspect escaped. value of one hal
and David W. Ward, age 22, Service tower. The officers dollars at maturi'
.both of Wewahitchka; were The marijuana was dis- set up a stake out on the field. The Game and Fish Corn- also confiscated a
booked in the Gulf County jail covered by officers of the Friday afternoon, three men mission, with the assistance generator, a water
on Friday, and charged with Game and Freshwater Fish approached the field, and of the State Attorney's Of- and various garden
cultivation of marijuana, ac- Commission, in a field off two, Ward and Rogers, were fice, harvested 1,547 plants
cording to, Sheriff Ken Mur- Highway 22, about a mile and apprehended at the site. The with an estimated street Tuesday morning


Chamber Directors Endorse Area Map
The Board of Directors of gave its nod of approval to which more correctly identi- and showing the entire coun-
the Chamber of Commerce Bowden Publictions of Talla- fied the different areas of the ty. Several other maps are
hassee to produce a map of county. The endorsement being presented in the coun-
:- Gulf County recently. was given to concentrate ty, but only the Bowden
The Chamber named Bow- efforts on one good reproduc- publication has the Chai'x-
d den as producer of the map tion, accurately presented, ber's endorsement.


(Continued from Page 2)
knew that there was reason
S for concern and I, too, was
'" suddenly fearful that my
brother might, not return
00*[ve:
' l There were many nights
after' that that I heard
Mother pray, and many
; nights that I prayed along
withiher; still in my bed and
fearful. That memory is
S. ystal clear in my mind and
I shall cherish it forever.
By the way, less than two
"' years after I heard her first
S prayer, my brother returned
liome...without a scratch!


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OBITUARIES


Funeral Services Held for Gertie Bell Porter


Gertie Bell P6tterI 46" a
native and lifelong resident
of Wewahitchka, died sud-
denly last Wednesday in
Wewahitchka as a result of
injuries sustained in an auto
accident.
Survivors include: two
sons, Curtis Porter, Jr. and
Preston Ray Porter, both of
Panama City; four daugh-
ters, Barbara Ann Rice,
Lillie Price, Nancy Porter,


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and Nellie Porter," all of
Wewahitchka; two grand-
children, Jimmy Wayne
Womble of Altha, and Isaac
Laverne Rice of Wewahitch-


Mrs. Davis

Dies After

Long illness
Mrs. Edna E. Davis, 64, of
Dalkeith passed away last
Wednesday afternoon after a
long illness. She was born in
Wewahitchka and lived her
entire life in Gulf County.
She is survived by: her
husband, William J. Davis of
Dalkeith; three sons, Charlie
D. Roberts of Phoenix, Ari-
zona, William J. (Billy)
Davis, Jr. of Dalkeith, and
William Warren Davis of Ft.
Walton Beach; two daugh-
ters, Carolyn Watson of
Atlanta, Georgia, and Serina
Estelle Hall of Ft.. Walton
Beach; two sisters; Billie
Strickland, and Verna Row-
an, both of Panama City; one
brother, Felix Brown of
Panama City; 14 grandchild-
ren; and three great grand-
children.
Funeral services were held
Saturday at 10 A.M., CDT at
the Dalkeith Baptist Church
with the Reverend Jim Eden
officiating. Burial was in the
family plot at Roberts Ceme-
tery.
All services were under the
direction of Gilmore Funeral
Home, Wewahitchka Branch
Chapel.


kd' her mother, Winnie I".'
Nunnery, Wewahitchka; five
brothers, Lonnie V. Nunnery,
William L. Nunnery, Ben D.
Nunnery, Charles M. Nun-
nery, and Jimmy Carl Nun-
nery, all of Wewahitchka;
and three sisters, Ruby Lee
Sapp, and Annie Marie Hy-
smith, both of Wewahitchka,
and Ouida Pearl Singley,
Gulfport, Miss.


Funeral services were held
at 4:00 PM CDT Friday at the
United Pentecostal Holiness
Church of Wewahitchka, con-
ducted by the Rev. Allen
Crabtree. Interment follwow-
ed in the family plot, Jehu
Cemetery. All services were
qnder the direction of the
Comforter Funeral Homie,
Wewahitchka Branch Chap-
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Daniels, Miss Vileta Kent,
Ms. Patricia Faison, Ms.
Tammy Edwards, Ms.
Sheryl Brantly, all of Pana-
ma City.
A calling shower was held
July 25 at the Adult Activity
Center. It was hosted by Mrs.
Lois Byrd, Mrs. Rachel
Crews, Mrs. Deborah Cros-
by, Miss Sandra Griffin, and
Mrs. Linda Lewis.
A miscellaneous shower
was given July 26 at the home
of Mrs. Sharon Sheffield in
Lynn Haven. It was hosted by


PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 18, 1983


Double Ring Ceremony Unites
0 eremonCe


Simona Williams


Simona Kay Williams and lisha Pittman and Erika
John Fitzgerald Pittman Williams of Port St. Joe.
-were united in matrimony on Michael Pittman was best
:uly 30 at New Bethel man. Usher-groomsmen
African Methodist Episcopal were Jerry Filmore, Ricky
Church in Port St. Joe. The Larry, Charles Nettles,
Siandlelight, double ring cere- Lloyd Price, Demetri
nmony was performed by the Thomas of Port St. Joe,
IRev. James Williams. Efrem Reed and Darwin
The bride is the daughter of Reed of Chipley, La Rhan
-Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Rogers of Lynn Haven. Ju-
Williams of Port St. Joe. She nior groomsmen were Vin-
is the granddaughter of Mr. cent Addison of Port St. Joe,
'and Mrs. Angus J. Young of and Dermone McIntyre of
Chipley, the late Mrs. Lucy Daytona Beach.
Potter of Chipley, Mrs. Ber- La'Shonda Wyatt was the
tha Williams and the late Mr. flower girl and Christopher
King Williams of Lake Char- Williams was the ring bear-
les, La. er.
The bridegroom is' the son Following the ceremony, a
.- of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. reception was given by the
Pittman of Port St. Joe. He is bride's parents at St. Joseph
the grandson of Mrs. Irish Bay Country Club. During
Bolden and the late Mr. Dan the reception Jane Reed
-Bolden of Port St. Joe. attended the bride's book;
Nuptial- music was per- Denise Rogers served the
'formed by Mr. Calvin Me- bride's cake; Sandra Griffin
Dougald, organist and Mrs. served the groom's cake;
S Constance Dupont, pianist- and Renae Crews poured the
:soloist. punch. Rachel Crews and
,1 Given in marriage by her Janice Hudson were floor
father and escorted to the hostesses:
altar. by her father and The wedding was directed
brother, George, the bride by Mrs. Lois Byrd and Mrs.
wore a gown of white silk Lula Wilson. The reception
S mrganza and chantilly lace. was. directed by Mrs. Mary
?rhe pearl laced bodice fea- Bryant and Miss Bessie
tured a high Victorian neck- Willis.
line. The full bishop sleeves After a wedding trip to
were trimmed with appliques Destin Beach, the couple will
S. lace and a soft ruffle at the later reside in Ft. Campbell,
wrists. The A-line skirt had a Kentucky. The bridegroom is
S border of chantilly lace and a in the United States Army,
S Lull ruffle around the edge. and the bride is employed
The skirt had appliques of with Tyndall Air Force Base.
chantilly lace, and it flowed Out of town guests were:
into a cathedral length train. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Reed and
Yor her headpiece she wore a sons Efrem and Darwin, Mr.
:heer, applique trimmed, and Mrs. Johnnie Crews,
:cathedral length veil attach- Mrs. Idella Harrise and
ed to a pearl adorned tiara granddaughter Tonya, Mr.
She carried a cascade of a Mr Angus J Young.
yellow roses and white or- Mrs Jessie Sheffield of Chip-
*chids interspersed with lace ley Mrs. and.Mrs. Ricky -
ind satin ribbon, pearl Bowers of Marianna; Mr.
:hearts and matching stream- Nelson Gainer of Vero
5s. Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Miss Valette Baldwin of Dent, Mrs. Rosa Pugh and
,ynn Haven was the maid of Danny Pugh of Baton Rouge,
onor. Mrs. Patsy Dent of .; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby De
piaton Rouge, La. was the, Barry of Altamonte Springs;
atron of honor Bdes Mr. Benny Johnsoni and Miss
ois were M rs. D Boma n a s. le taan
tiaids were Mrs. Donna Pam Magwood of Tallahas-
ong, Lynn. Haven, Miss see; Mr. and Mrs. Veryl
_arkotte Marshall, Ly.nn .McIntyre and son Dermone
..avdn, Miss Donna .White, of Daytona Beach; Mr. and
P Panama City, and Mrs, San- Mrs. Carl Dupont and daugh-
S dra Wyatt, Port St. Joe. ter Carla. of West Palm
uniorBndesmads.were Fe- Beach; Mrs. Henrietta Pon-
der and Mrs. Gwendolyn Lee
of Jacksonville; Mrs. Maude
^B' "Humphrey of Ft. Lauder-
!' 3 S dale; Mrs. Naomi Lewis of
ay' Dublin, Ga.; Mrs. Virgie
yP^ Nicholson and son Joe of
T t j,, Pensacola; Mrs. Gwendolyn
1,~~| JIngram of Apalachicola;
Mrs. Sharon Sheffield, Miss
Charlotte Marshall, Steven.
A<^ AMarshall, Mrs. Annie Bald-.
win and daughters, Valette
Sherwin-William and Yvette; Mrs. Reatha
v nllMS Jackson, Mrs. Loddie Mc-
PAINTS Intyre, Mr. and Mrs. John
:Long and son Renard, Mrs.
Now At Denise Rogers and son La
Western Auto Rhan, a of Lynn Haven;
h nMrs. eMattie White and
SPheon 227-1105 daughter Donna, Mr. Calvin
: McDougald, Mrs. Nannie


We Want You
To Be A Part of
ft kt The Friendly Place


Mrs. Sheffield and Miss
Charlotte Marshall.
A miscellaneous shower
was held July 27 at Tyndall
Air Force Base.
A Tupperware shower was
given July 28 at the home of
Mrs. Dorothy Barlow. Hos-
tesses were Mrs. Barlow and
Mrs. Kathryn Floore.
A rehearsal dinner was
given July 29 by the bride-
groom's parents at their
home. .
A bachelor party was held
July 28 at the home of
Charles Nettles.


MR. AND MRS. PITTMAN


Final Plans Revealed

McLeod, WallNupti


Mr. and Mrs. Marion C.
McLeod of Panama City
have announced the final
plans for the wedding of their
daughter, Rosmari to Bill R.
Wall, son of Mr. and 'Mrs.
Charles R. Wall of Port St.
Joe..
The ceremony will begin at


Muscadine Grapes Are


Pop ular Backyard Fruit


BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
The muscadine grape is
popular fruit that grows very
well here in Florida. It has
smaller leaves than bunch
grapes, and its fruit are
harvested singly, rather than
in bunches. These grapes can
be enjoyed fresh. and they
can also be used for home
wine-making. One of the nice
things about growing musca-
dine grapes in Florida is that
they're rarely bothered by
insects or diseases. My infor-
mation for this .article was
provided by Extension Fruit
Crops Specialist, Dr. Tom
Crocker.
Grapes will grow well on a
variety of soils, including
those recommended for cit-
rus. Fine sands, and upland
soils'with clay underlying at
about three feet are ideal.
You should avoid poorly
drained soils, such as muck
or marl. If the grapes are
grown on soil with very good
drainage, they should be set
in the ground deeper than
they were grown in the
nursery. And, on land with a
high water table, grapes
should be planted on raised
beds at the same depth they
were at in the nursery.


Muscadine grapes need to
be trellised. Two and three
wire systems are the most
common forms of trellising.
The first year, set a five foot
i stake next to each plant, and
i tie the stake permanently to
the top wire of the trellis. As
H shoots appear from the plant,
Select the healthiest shoot
':and tie it to the stake. Now
remove all other shoots. The
selected shoot will becomb
the trunk of the grape vine.
_. As it begins to grow, keep it
J1 straight by tying it to the
S 'stake in several places. Re-
2 move all base and lateral
h shoots often, but leave at
S! least one lateral shoot to
grow out each way on the
S bottom trellis wire, it n should
be cut off. This will encour-
fo r^ age later branching along the
or q''*' top wire.


Ils


7:00 p.m. CDT on Saturday,
the,20th of August, at the,
First Baptist Church of Pa-
nama City. I
All friends and relatives
are invited to attend ithe'
wedding and reception which
will follow at the Church
Social Hall..


During the first year,
grapes should be fertilized
with a quarter pound of 6-6-6
or an 8-8-8 fertilizer, applied
in bands about a. foot away
from the plant, soon after
growth begins. Repeat appli-
cation in May, July and
September. Fertilizer rates
increase each year, but they


should never exceed six lbs.


CARTER


per vine per year.
Weeds can sometimes be a
problem with muscadine
grapes. To get rid of weeds,
you can use a good herbicide,
or you can cultivate around
the plants. The muscadine
grape has a very shallow root
system, however, so be care-
ful when you're weeding
around the plants. Mulches
can be helpful in controlling
weeds, but be sure to leave a
circle of at least six inches
around each vine uncovered.
Grapes need a generous
supply of water to survive in
Florida. In fact, more first
year grapes die from a lack
of water than from any other
cause. Make sure the plant


receives about an inch and a
half of water every two
weeks.
As I stated before, musca-
dine grapes are rarely bo-
thered by insects or diseases.
However, a spray program is
advised to protect plants
from possible damage by
black rot or bitter rot..
Spraying should begin when


the vines are in bloom, and
continue at regular two week
intervals until about a week
before the harvest.
Muscadine grapes mature
in August and early Septem-
ber. If you don't plan to use
them for jam, jelly or wine,
they should be picked from
the vine and stored at forty
degrees Farenheit.


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The wedding will take
place on Saturday, August


2otn, seven thirty in the
evening, at St. John's Epis-
copal Church in Tallahassee,
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All friends and relatives are
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Vicki Land to Wed

Alston Noah Saturday


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The ceremony is planned
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August 20, at the First United
Methodist Church with Dr.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 18, 1983


Kids to Present Musical


Bullfrogs and Butterflies

The Mark II Club (Music August 21, at Long Avenue worship services. The per-
and Recreation for Kids) is Baptist Church. There will be formances will be at 5:00 and
finishing up its second year two performances of the 7:00 P.M. The musical lasts
of funand study by perform- musical for those who want about 30 minutes.


ing the musical, "Bullfrogs
and Butterflies", on Sunday,


to come early and still attend
their own Sunday evening


Area Methodist

Women to Meet


The Executive Board of the
Marianna-Panama City Dis-
S trict, Alabama-West Florida
Conference of United Metho-
dist Women will meet at the
Gulfview Methodist Church
at Panama City Beach, Sat-
urday, August 20th, for the
purpose of reviewing the
current year's work, doing
additional planning for the
remainder' of the year and
discussing any necessary bu-
S siness.
S The Executive Board is:
Mrs. W. F. Williams, Jr.,
President, and Mrs. V. Ray
* Mixon, Vice-President, both
of- Graceville; Mrs. Mayo
Sttz, Secretary of DeFuniak
Springs; Mrs. C. 0. Peacock;
Treasurer, Marianna; Mrs.
Marvin Cheney, Christian
Personhood Coordinator,
Bonifay; Miss Barbara
Sweeney, Christian Social
Involvement Coordinator,
Panama City; Mrs. Phyllis
Altstaetter, Supportive Com-
munity Coordinator, Port St.
Joe; Dr. Lucy Ann Neblett,


HAPPY

BIRTHDAY
Nanny &
Papa
I Love You,
CRYSTAL


portive Community Coordi-
Christian Global Concerns
Coordinator, Lynn Haven;
Mrs. Helen Myers, Chairper-
son of Committee on Nomina-
tions, Panama City;. Mrs.
Bernard Blue, Chairperson
Membership, Chipley; Mrs.
Ruth Heyne, Chairperson of
Blue Lake Concerns, Pana-
'ma City; Mrs. James C.
Ellis, Secretary of Program,
Resources, Marianna; and
Mrs. Lois M. Campana,
Publicity Chairman, Blounts-'
town.


Everyone is invited to
come" along with Grandpa
and his two grandchildren,
Chrissy and Johnny, as they
travel to Agapeland to help
the animals celebrate the
greatest event in animal
history. Along the way they
learn of God's love for them
and how they can love their
friends as God loves us.
Again, as last year, there
will be fun and exciting
songs, sung. by the Mark II
Club,' solos by individual
members, beautiful props to
set the mood of the musical,
puppets, and lots of fun to be
had by all! So come, Sunday
evening, August 21, to one or
both of the performances and
help celebrate God's love for
everyone with "Bullfrogs
and Butterflies" at Long
Avenue Baptist Church.


JASON RAY PEAK

Eddie Peaks
Have Son
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie L.
Peak of Highland View wish
to announce the birth of their
second child. Jason Ray was
born July 12. He was wel-
comed home by his sister,
Jessica.


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Stork Shower
Mrs. Tessie Williams Dykes was honored
*August 9th with a baby shower at the Florida
Power Lounge. Shown with Mrs. Dykes,
center, in photo above, are: Fannie Mon-
tgomery, left, grandmother, and Ann Sealey,


Faith Christian School wel-
comes two new teachers in
the Kindergarten Program,
and' one in Elementary-
Junior High School for the,
1983-84 school year. All three
have previous experience in
Christian School work.
Mrs. Sandra Clenney will
Sbe working with the four-
year old children at the
Kindergarten Annex on'
Eighth Street. Mrs. Clenney
has taught at Faith Christian
in the past, and has just
completed a summer semi-
nar in the A Beka Program at
Pensacola Christian College.
Mrs. Mary Jo Bumstead, a
new-comer to the commum-
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Female Postal Workers


1 On Duty In St. Joe


JUDI STOKOWSKI-HALL


mother of the honoree.
Hostesses were Mrs. Pamela Hamm;-
Teresa Rabon and Terri Gilley. The shower
area was decorated with lime green and
yellow in a festive baby decor.
The honoree, grandmother and mother of
the honoree were presented corsages by the
hostesses. Mrs. Dykes was the recipient of
many useful gifts.


office in West Palm Beach. A
native of Peoria, Illinois,
Judi began her career in her
home town in 1973.
Happily settling in and
assuming her new duties,
Judi is supervising needed
office remodeling, and help-
ing train new employee Char-
lene Dale Fountain. Mrs.
Fountain is Port St. Joe's
third female postal worker;
the other being clerk Jean


Stebel.
A sign recently tacked up
in a prominent position in the
post office states: "Oir
customers are valued as first
class. We want this to be a
convenient and pleasant
place to do business." It
appears that under the direc-
tion of Officer in Charge Judi
Stokowski-Hall, the govern-
mental branch will be just
that.


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By Mary Crymes
That the mail is no longer
the exclusive prerogative of
the male is evident in Port St.
Joe by the recent interim
appointment of Mrs. Judi
Stokowski-Hall as Officer in
Charge of the U. S. Post
Office. Her appointment was
made in the waning days of
July by Frank A. Robarge,
MSC Manager and Post-
master of Pensacola.
Petite Mrs. Stokowski-Hall
joins the growing ranks of
women filling jobs in all
levels of postal work. She is a
10-year veteran of the postal
service, and was transferred
to Port St. Joe from West
Palm Beach, where she
served as Labor Relations
, Assistant. Wife of Jerry Hall,
she is enthusiastic about the
community; her new post,
and her work in general. "I
should like it; I was raised in
the postal service," laughs
Judi, explaining that her
father is a retired post
worker with 34 years of
service, and her mother is
still' employed at' the post

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Perky White
are proud to announce the
arrival ,of their daughter,
Leslie Elaine, born August 3
at Gulf Coast Community
Hospital. She weighed 6 lbs.
11 ozs., and was 202 inches
long. Welcoming Leslie home
was her big sister, Casey.
Proud grandparents are
Hershel Harrison of Chand-
ler, Oklahoma, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Van Zetten of Utrecht,
Holland, and Mr. and Mrs.
John White of Port St. Joe.
Great grandparents are
Mrs. Ollie Harrison of Davi-
ason, Michiganr and the late
Mrs. Hazel Keller of Mary-,
land.


founder and president of
Tampa Bay Bible College-.
Dr. Lindstrom is also in-
volved in ministering to
professional athletes. He has
worked with the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers, Tampa Bay
Bandits and the Cincinnati
Reds.
His wife, Jeanette and son,
Matthew will be with him on
the visit to Port St. Joe.


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What's more, Onduline is easy to
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And hurry. Although Ondu-
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days from nine until one, and
is located at 801 Twentieth
Street. Come by or call
229-6707, for further informa-
tion.

Amn.Alexander
Reports for Duty
Navy Aerographers' Mate
Airman Samuel Alexander
Jr., son of Elizabeth and
Samuel Alexander Sr. of 303
Avenue B, Port St. Joe, has
reported for duty aboard the
amphibious assault ship US
Okinawa, homeported in San
Diego.

EXCELLENT
COPIES
Now Available at

The Star
306. Williams Ave.


PAGE FIVE


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For Men, Women and Children
*

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9:00 to 5:00
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Dr. Hank Lindstrom will be
speaking this Sunday at 11:00
AM at the Faith Bible.Church
on 20th Street.
Dr. Lindstrom is the pastor
of Calvary Community
Church in Tampa. He-has
served in this capacity since
1968. He received his doc-
torate from Florida Bible
College. He has served as the
director of the Tampa Youth
Ranch since 1965' and is the

































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BY JERRY REAM
There they were. Grabbing
gowns off the rack like
customers at a "moonlight
madness" sale. "That one's
minel" "Give me that!" "I
want that green one!"
No, these were not frenzied
shoppers at a half price sale,
These were the boys of Gulf
County. The objects of their
affection? Ballroom gowns to
highlight their figures in the
Womanless Beauty Contest.
That's right! Vanity comes to
Gulf County! In all fairness I
must say they finally got in
. the spirit of the thing and
helped each other with their
zippers and buttons, but
these guys are serious about
how they'll look for friends
.and neighbors on the night of
the 27th. And what a night it
is going to bet.
The competition is heating
*up with Bill Brown of the
Paper Mill and the Box


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 18, 1983


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Guys Gearing Up for Beauty


Pageant; Trying On Dresses'


Two night programs being
offered by the Gulf County
Adult School are shorthand,
and small engine repair and
wood working. Registration
for the classes will be Tues-
day night, August 23 at 6:00
p.m., EDT, at the Port St.
Joe High School. The short-:
hand class will meet every
Tuesday from 6:00 p.m., to
9:00 p.m., and the small
engine repair' and wood
working every Tuesday and
Thursday from 6:00 to 9:00
.p.m. ,


Factory's Wendell Campbell
coming aboard for a shot at
the 1st place trophy. Henry
Buie, over at Driesbach
Cleaners, has stepped for-
ward to try his luck, and two
senior citizens, John Best
and Coleman Kirkland have
already selected their outfits
for the big event. Mathema-
tics genius Billy Barlow and
"ex-cheerleader" Sammy
Parker are primed and
ready, while Port St. Joe
High School has fielded two
contestants, Band Director
Wayne Land and Coach Shaw
Maddox. These "hunks" will
drive the younger crowd
wild.
Insurance man Eddie
Montgomery has how "vol-
unteered" to compete, rea-
soning that if John Linton
looks acceptable, he (Eddie)
will look terrific! Unfdrtu-
nately, we can't print John's
response in a family news-


SEye
Openers

By Dr.
Wesley Grace


PLASTIC LENSES ARE
GETTING BETTER
A coating has been deve-
loped for the surface of
plastic lenses that makes
them SCRATCH RESIS-
TANT. The lightness and
safety of plastic lenses, com-
bined with the scratch resis-
tant coating, will make them
even more popular as an
alternative to glass lenses.
Scratched plastic lenses
distort vision and
necessitate the replacement
of eyeglasses more frequent-
ly. If you are extremely
careful, and do not have-a
tendency to scratch your
plastic lenses, of course, you:
might choose to continue
ordering them without the
protective coating.
Children, teens and young
adults who tend to be a bit
careless with the care of
their glasses should certain-
ly have lenses coated if they
are plastic. Wearers of high
prescriptions should con-
sider coating seriously.
Since strong lenses have an
added sensitivity to anything
on the .surface of the lens,
they are usually cleaned
more frequently and have a-
greater tendency to scratch.
People with occupations or
hobbies that subject their
glasses to flying particles,
such as dentists and carpen-
ters, would find the protec-
tive coating beneficial to
their eyewear. Sunglass
wearers tend to remove
tinted glasses and place
them on hard surfaces-of-
ten face down-when they go
indoors. Scratch-resistant
coating would add a protec-
tive dimension to their eye-
glasses, too.

Presented As A
Public Service by

DR. WESLEY GRACE
OPTOMETRIST
322 Long Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
227-1410


For more information call
227-1744, between 8:00 a.m.,
and 3:00 P.M., Monday
through Friday.

Kleinschmidt

Aboard Ship
Navy Air Traffic Control-
ler 2nd Class Carl E. Klein-
schmidt III, son of Juanita H.
and Carl E. Kleinschmidt,
Jr. of Route 2, Wewahitchka
has reported for duty aboard
USS Enterprise, homeported
in Alameda, Calif.


paper.
Mark Collier continues to
laugh off the challenge of
these "pretenders to the
throne", but Fred Allen and
Rand Wortman are. really
getting serious about this
thing. Rumor has it Fred
took a week's vacation just to
practice for the big night,
and Rand is in Jacksonville
at a health spa. .
Our mystery contestants
are still a little shy about
publicity, but these hints
might help. One is a John
Travolta look alike, Another
_ is often mistaken .for Paul
Newmai, and the third is
nicknamed "'Rocky", after
you-know-who.
Our local merchants,
banks, businesses and fu-
neral homes are getting
behind the contest by spon-
soring our lovely "ladies"
and we appreciate their solid
support. Our sponsors in-
clude: Future Elegtronics,
State Farm Insurance, St.
Joe Telephone & Telegraph,
Billy Carr's Auto Sales,
Florida Boy Seafood, Rotary
Club;,Blue Bay. Restaurant,


Office Building



FOR RENT 1



Call 227-1111





Monthly Rentals Now Available
New Bluewater Townhouses, furnished, $400
month.,Unfurnished, $350 per month..
One completely furnished houpe, 3 bedroom,
2 ba. $400 per month.

Others start at $185 per month for one
bedroom, one bath.
LARGE VARIETY


St. Joe Bar & Package, Gulf
Pines Hospital, St. Joe Motel
& Restaurant, Gilmore Fu-
neral Home, The Star, Han-'
non Insurance, Driesbach
, Cleaners, First Pentecostal
Holiness Church, Hamby
Paint Contractors, Com-
forter Funeral Home, Wewa-
hitchka State Bank,. and
Semi-Gator Partnership., In
addition, Florida National
Bank is donating the cost of*
printing the tickets. *
Our .gala event is Satur-,
day, August 27th, .in the
Commons Area of Port. St.
Joe High School, and we'
"leave the post" at 8:00 p.m.,
E.D.T. Be sure to come early
because we're being ,enter-
tained by an outstanding
-local duo., "The Murphy
Girls," Janet Hogan and
Cindy Griffith will be enter-
taining before and during the
program, and just hearing
these two songbirds is well
worth the price of admission.
They are fantastic! So get
your tickets and come see
"Miss Annie" crown our
winner- Gulf County's own
Womanless Beauty Queen.
J.s


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Dr. Evelyn Martin, Profes- station, Florida A&M Uni-
sor of Educational Admini- versity, will be the keynote


Night Programs Are


Offered for Adults


speaker at the second annual
seminar designed to enlight-
en minority parents and
students about the education
process.
The theme of the seminar
is "Problems and Strategies
Impacting on Education of
Minorities." There is in-
creasing concern about the
educational and social prob-
lems students are facing.
During this activity a variety
of problems will be addres-
sed, and various solutions for
each will be explored.
Consultants from across
the state will be in attend-
ance. Each session will be




BID NO. WWTP 177 .,
The City of Port St. Joe requests bids
on One (1) 200 h.p Electric Motor and
One (1) 16" C Hazellon Type V.O. Pump.
Specifications may be obtained from
the City Clerk's Office. City Hall. P. O.
Box A, Port St. Joe. Florida 32456. Bid
opening will be held at the regular City
Commission Meeting on September 20,
1983.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE.
sle L A Farris.
City AudltoriClerk 21'8118 & 911
NOTICE,
As. the date of the first publication
of this notice, August 18.1983, 1 will no
longer be responsible for any debts in.
curred bj'Sandra M. Jones
Iso 0. N. JONES
4tp8118


For Sale by Owner 1110 PalmBlvd'.:.
Port St. Joe
Call 9041968-5464, Pensacola o1 am
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For Sales & Rental Information'.


on Cape San Bias
CONTACT

CAPE SAN BLAS REALTY
229-6916 '


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ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY..
9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 P. O: Bx 1332'| 1
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTATE SALES BEACH RENTALS R.AL'T

8-5716 Rentals After Hours: 648-8977 ,
48-5716 Rentals or 648-8939
874-5299 (out of state)
ST. JOE BEACH WEWAHITCHKA....
Hwy. 98 & Pineda great gulf view 2 STONE MILLCCREEK ESTATES: acre
id 1 be. 178.000. tracts on the Crebk,;,onify',S300.00'
Americus Ave.. 3 bd 2 be. nice. down; beautiful land w oak treesna"hd'
A45.000. rolling hnis. ,_ .. ..'.'
Fla. Ave, 3 bd. 2 be on 3 lots. Restaurant. well established with
52,900. local clientele Near coast hunt-
I __ng. flsh;ng area, good cash flow.
DeSolo St., 2 bd, 1 be. 143.000. owner financing available, house In-
cluded., $135,000.00.
BEACON HILL 30 Acres near tqe City limits: Id eil for
Hwy. 98 & gulf front. A-.rame, 3 bd 2 development .. '
be $150,000.
Hwy 98 & beacon light, 2 1d. 2 ba BEACHFRONT LOTS'
.45,000. St. Joe Beach Atlantlo St.'.end,
3rd St.. 3 bd 1 be $36,000. $59000 ;
Hwy. 98 & 8tn St., Mexico Beach, 66'
OVERSTREET gul ffroni $88,000. 60' gulf front
$84,000., *
Canal St. 2 bd 1 ba. on 1 acre, 400 --,--
05. nn0 Mexico Beach. 29th St.. $83.000.


Pine St. 3 bd 1 ba brick home,
$45.000
PORT ST. JOE
New Listing: 2111 Juniper Ave. 3
bdrm. 2 be. Many extras, swimming
pool. $71,500.
New Listing: 1604 Garlson Ave. ex-
tra nice 2 bd. I be. house. $33,500
New Listing: 1301 Constitution Dr 4
bd 3 ba. many nice features, must


see to appre
510 8th St.:
103 Yaupon.
home, S59.50
9gth St.. 4 baO
516 9th St 4
104 Yaupon,
706 Woodwi
S22.500
1610 Long
$29.000
619Marvin A
1306 Long A
Long Ave. du
ba. duplex. $
financing.
515 8th St. 3
1912 Junipe
$44,000.
2105 Palm I
brick home $

2 lots, Palm
W
205 Tapper
HO0
New Ustiln
dwelling. Go
2 lots, 2 bd.
Squirrel Ave
mobile horn
Deer Ave. Ig
Owner finan


TOWNHOUSES
Gulf Airs Subd., 3 bd.. 2 be.' duplex
with study Special features. 1$856,000.
Beachfront Gulf Aire Townhornes, 2
bd 2'/1 be. starting at $86.500.
28th St. Blue Water, 2 bd. 1 % be.
$59.900.
42nd St. Gulf View 2 bd. 2% ba.
(good owner fin. 10% down). $79,500.
Beachliont & 9th St., Dolphin Run, 2
iciee. 5i~.t~JM 9-M.h.LVI US.. GGAJMU. U. haU


cialSe., $115.000 bdo. 2r' ba. o$82,000u, 3 bd. 2% ba.
3 bd. I ba S45.000 $92.000 ___" ;-
3bd 2b yr old brick 4181 St. Sandoaslle, 2 bd., 1% ba.
bd2be lyr old 59.500 furnished. '
00
S2 be. 30.000Hwy. 98 & 1thSt.Casa DefMa.2 bd.
2* b I', be. $75,000.
4 bd. 1 ba $23,000 32nd St Warren James, 2 bd. 1%a ba.,
3 bdrm. 2 ba $65.000 $69.500. furnished
ard Ave, 4 barm 2 ba. 14th St. Seaside, 2 bd. 1%V ba.
$79,500.- __
Ave., 4 bdrm. 2 be 37th St Pier Pointe 2 bd. 1% ba.
5.000 _____
,ve.3bd. V ba.e.33.400 St. Joseph Shores, Cass Del Mar "
ve 2 bd. 1 ba $30,000 Iownhouses, 2 bd. 1 % be. $09,000;
upex,2bd.,be. &3bd. 1 Casa Del Mar Villas 2 bd. 1 bea.
$45,000, with good owner ,.u .. .

bd. 1 be. $25,000. RENTALS
ir Ave. 3 bd. 1'/2 bea Monthly rentals available now. Call -"
for Information..:
Blvd., 3 bd. 2 be. lovely n f o
169,000. Carl affles fr1sf Mr a reas wa t sN
LOTS ., .t s se.
Blvd., $19,000. 12% Im 5 Ys.__
Largeealemone ofwc e Po ty, tls eMs
ARD RIDGE kleeu i a Mees ML
Dr., 3 bd. 11/ be. $36,000. Case freat property allabe wi th
ewm a flaile -.
WARD CREEK
: 50100. ot, 0'x40' OP
god price at $15,000.00. OPrEN HOUSE:
1 be. trailer, $8,700.00. SAT, & SUN. : -
e., 1 acre, 2 bd. 1 ba 1-5 cat
e, 3 wells, $23,500.00.-- -"
g. 7 bd. 2 be. $38,000.00. Gulf Aire Townhomes (Gulf
ing. Aire Beach)


received the initial exam.
As a result of these service-
related problems, Congress
enacted Public Law 97-72.
because prior to 1982, veterans
who complained of Agent
Qrange-related illnesses were in
a ranking :of.the1lowest priority_
for medical treatment at VA
hospitals. This is because the
illnesses were defined as not
being "service-connected."
After the passage of the
"Veterans Health Care, Training
and Small Business Loan Act of
1982" (P.L. 97-72), veterans
who complain of Agent Orange-
-related problems are now con-
sidered for treatment irrespec-
tive of age or finances with the
same priority as former
prisoners of war.
Even though the VA con-
tends that P.L. 97-72 is being
implemented successfully,
' veterans all over the country
have reported that treatment is
still difficult to obtain at certain
VA medical centers because the
VA denied such claims on the
basis that they were not
"service-connected." The VA
definition of "service-
connected" maintains that a
disability must arise during
military service or within one
year after discharge. Since
studies of dioxin and Agent
Orange have established that
these agents have a delayed


effect, many of the health prob-
lems Vietnam veterans have ex-
perienced were not immediate-
ly evident.
The greatest sacrifice that
an American makes is in the ser-
vice of his country. While the.
Vietnram rera was1 a trying time
for the United States, political-
ly and emotionally, these men"
and women who so valiantly
served in Vietnam are often
"penalized" for having fought in
an unpopular war. Those
veterans who were exposed to
Agent Orange must be accord-
ed the same respect and treat-
ment that the VA offers to other
veterans and I have' conse-
quently co-sponsored legislation
which will aid these men and
women.
Legislation has already been
enacted to instruct various
agencies to conduct studies on
the full effects on human beings
of Agent Orange. In the mean-
time, however, I have co-
sponsored H.R. 1961, a bill to
provide a presumption of ser-
vice connection for the occur-
rence of certain diseases related
to exposure to herbicides or
other environmental hazards or
conditions in veterans who serv-
ed in Southeast Asia during the
Vietnam era. These important
veterans should receive the
medical treatment they deserve
and hearings are currently being
held in Commitee. I believe it is
important to work toward the
passage of H.R. 1961.


S-421


648-5011 Sales *
S,* 1/801
MEXICO BEACH
Carolina St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer.
$24,000.
7th St., 3 bdrm., 2 be. doublewide,
$47.500. _____
35th St. 2 bdrm.. I ba beachside
house. $60,000.
Azalea & Palm, 3 bdrm., I'. ba,
$60,000.
386A, 2 bdrm. 1 be. on big lot.
$38.000
8th St.. 3 bdrm, 2 be. rick home. 4
yrs. old. $68,500.
Fortner Ave.. 2 bdrm, 1 be trailer,
$24.000.
61h St. 3 bdrm 2 ba house, reduced
o $s49.000.
27th St., 2 bdrm, 1 ba, $43.000.
34th St., 4 bdrm., 2 be. stilt house.
S104.000. __
39th St, 4 bdrm.. 2% ba stilt house,
$104.000 _____
S42nd St., 2 bdrm., 1 Da. brick house.
$62,000 w good owner financing 10.,o
down, bal. 20 yrs. 13% Interest
Circle Dr. East, 3 bdrm, 2 ba. brick
home. $79.000.
Circle Dr. West. 3 bodm., 2 Da brick
house. $79.000.
Nan Nook Rd., 3 bdrm, 1 ba brick
home with apt only $80.000
Circle Dr. 3 barm 2 be near new
brick home. $85,000
Gdll Iront & 19th St. 3 bdrm 2 ba
$115.000 w $50.000 down 13% Int 30
years _____
Grano isle, 3 bdrm, be w garage.
only $50.000.
Arizona Ave. 3 bdrm. 2 be oniy 2','
yis old. $78.000
Georgia Ave.. 2 bdrm, 1 be trailer.
only $29.000
30th St beachnside. 2 bdrm. 1 be
house $53.500
' 35th St. & Hwy. 98 beachside, 2 bd. 1
be; house, $55,000.
Circle Dr., duplex, beachslde, $89,500
w $20,000 down & owner financing.
23rd St. & Hwy. 98, 3 bd., 2 ba. great
; gulf view, $68,000.
11th St. & Hwy. 98, triplex, great In-
vestment Is 3 bdrm., 1 ba. unit and
two 2 bdrm., 1 ba. units. $150,000 w
great owner financing.
4th St. & alley, $35,600; 1 bd. 1 bea.
29th St. duplex, 2 b, 1 ba. each side,
$85,000. .
29th St. duplex, 1 bd. 1 ba. each side,
$45,000.
28th St. duplex, 2 bd. 1 be. each side,
S$55,000.
3 ml. from Mexico Beach, 3 bd., 2 ba.
Sbig house on 10 acres, $72,000.

GULF AIRE
We also have lots still available In
Gulf Aire with 11%'/% finan. Paved
streets, underground Utiltles.


Gn-u,2,


St. Joseph Bay Realty
9800B E. Hwy. 98
Mexlco Beach, Florida
648-5716 Rentals


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conducted by a professional
or career worker in his or her
area of expertise.
Everyone is encouraged to
attend. There is no fee. The
seminar will be Friday,
August 19, 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.;
and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to
4:00 p.m. at the Washington
Recreation Site.
Special features include a
playlet entitled "The Living
Forest" by a group of youth,
Friday night culture hour,
and lunch with the consult-
ants Saturday.




Would like to buy. child's
wooden table and chair set;
also exercise bike. Call
229424 after 86 p.ni '
Work Wanted: Any type in
St. Joe area. Call 227-1583
and ask for Rick. Itp
Wanted: One or two
residential lots on- beacI e. '.
Write P. 0. Box 851, -Marsia- ';
na, FL 32446 with' Pa .
ticulars, -or- ,phionei,
.904/462-334: '. I
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Congressman

Don Fuqua

i Reports


Over the last few years, it
has become increasingly .ap-
parent that our veterans who
served in the Vietnam era have
experienced some severe side
effects from exposure to Agent
Orange, a herbicide or chemical
that kills or defoliates plants,
which the United States Air
Force sprayed in South Vietnam
from 1962 to 1971. The purpose
of the spraying was to defoliate
jungle -growth and destroy
enemy crops; the most com-
monly used herbicide was
Agent Orange, an equal mix of
two common herbicides called
2,4,5-T 1and -24-D. Studies
completed in the late 1960s
showed that 2,4,5-T caused
birth defects in mice and., t the
same time, newspapers in Viet-
nam began to report health
problems, including birth
defects, in rural populations
which had been exposed to
herbicides.
As the Air Force was wind-
ing down its herbicide spraying
program, 2,4,5-T was found to
contain amounts of dioxin,
which was then suspected of
being hazardous. Since that
time, studies have shown that


dioxin is one of the most-Toxic
substances known to man. It
exhibits a delayed biological
response in many species and isk
highly lethal at low doses to
aquatic,organisms, birds, and
mammals, including man. A$I
though scientists are still not
sure of all the side effects of
dioxin exposure in human bet
ings, studies completed on mice
showed an absolute correlation
between dioxin, exposure ana
fetal death and birth defects;
Dioxin was found to be car,-
cinogenic in rats, and based on
these studies dioxin is thought
to be carcinogenic to man.' ,
Since 1977, Vietnam
veterans have attributed a
number of illnesses to Agent
Orange exposure, including skin
conditions, cancer, fatigue, ner-
vousness, numbness in the ex-
tremities, vision and heari g im-
pairments, birth defects in
children, and other ail ".nts.
Thereafter, in 1978,1, the
Veterans Administration began
to provide physical examina-
tions for Vietnam veterans who
thought they were exposed to
Agent Orange. As of December
1, 1982, 101,721 veterans had



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THE ST4R, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 18, 1983


2 lots,70'x120 ea. Land St.,
Wewahitchka. $2,000.00 ea.
Call collect 785-9308, 4tc 7/28


.2 bedroom house & fenced
lot. 513 4th St., Port St. Joe.
Call 229-6124.
Lot 60'x130' at Howard
Creek. $1,800. 229-84124.
Two bedroom home on cor-
ner lot in Oak Grove. Call
229489. 4tp8/18


The owner of this 2 bdrm., 1 bath house Is willing to go FHA, VA financing.
Approximately $1,500 down with move you Il.
3 bdrm., 2 be. mobile home at Howard Creek with 900 sq. ft. addition.
Spacious, nice carpet, very good condition and only $19,600.00.
Townhouses at Mexico Beach on canal. 2 bdrm., Il/< ba. with boat dock.
$74,900.00.
2 bdrm., 2 be. mobile home in excel. cond. Located on 1 acre of land, all
landscaped and 1 block from Intracoastal Waterway. A good starter/retire-
ment home at only $21,000.
House and land at Indian Pass Beach stretching from Lagoon to Gulf. Only
$138,000 for bay and gulf front property
Executive home on Ig. lot w 3000+ sq. ft. of heated living space. Four
bdrm., 3 be., formal liv. rm., fla. rm., fireplace In beautiful neighborhood. By
appt. only.
REDUCEDI OWNER ANXIOUS. Three bdrm., 1 be. masonry home In good
repair. Was $33,500, now $31,500.
Three bdrm 1 IA be brick veneer In good neighborhood. Existing assum-
able V.A. mtg. at 9/%", and owner will take 2nd mtg. w reasonable down
payment. By appointment only.
... .. LOTS
A fantastic buyl 100' on the Gulf at Cape San Bias and 500' deep, in an aiea
' of clear water and sandy beaches. At $55,000 one of the lowest prices per
front loot vallable.Large lots on Cape San Bias starting at $10000 to
$25,000 and owner financing. Only 25% down, 10 years, 12% APR.
Waterfront and waterview lots at Indian Pass from $15,000 00 to $39,000 00
With just 10% down, owner will finance for 15 years at 10% APR.
COMMERCIAL & INVESTMENT PROPERTY
Large lot, 100' x 170', with two buildings, zoned commercial. Only
$36,750.00.

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


Yard Sale: Thursday thru
Saturday. Must sell, moving.
Corner Canal and Americus,
St. Joe Beach.
Garage Sale: Friday and
Saturday, 9 a.m. till ?. 1905
Long Avenue.
Garage Sale: 2003 Palm
Blvd., Friday, 8 till 1. Great
bargains, couch & chair,
dresser, ladies coats, toys,
clothes, household items,
etc.
Yard Sale: 509 10th St.,
Sat., Aug. .20, 8:30 till 2:30.
Lots of ladies' jeans,
children's clothes, furniture.
Yard Sale: 1508 Long Ave.,
Saturday, 9-1..
Yard Sale: Clothes, what
notes, dishes, etc., come see.
Lot 1, Miles Trailer Park, 1st
St., Highland View. Friday,
Aug. 19, 9 a.m. till.
Yard Sale: 324 1st St.,
Highland View. Love seat,
baby clothes, ods and ends.
Thursday and Friday, 9 till.

SCHOOL'S IN .'. .
DRIVE CAREFULLY!


ERA PARKER REALTY, Realtor
HIGHWAY 98 & 31st ST. 648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA 1800342-6692 (Inside Floride Florida)

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


BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
Proven Profit Earner serving Port
St. Joe end beaches areas. New
modernly equipped restaurant w
eat-in or carry out acllitlies.
Locjtedon, Hy.a.Port St.Joee.
Small Investment will give Im-
mediate possession of operating
business. Consists of beer bar,
pool table, pizza and snacks.
Equipment and Inventory includ.
ed. Great in town location. Call
for details.
w' waterfront motel. units close to
fishing pier. Also Includes beer &
bait shop. 38th Street. Mexico
Beach.

MEXICO BEACH
2 bdrm. furnished stucco house
wiscreen porch, new wiring, plumb-
ing, windows & storm doors 271n SI
1a, blocks from beach $41,500
Furnished apartments close to
beach. Screen porch, 2 storage blags
equipped w/ washer & dryer. Call for
terms & details
Gull front 2 bdrm.. 1 ba. completely
furnished. Excellent rental. $74,000.
Grand Isle 3 bdim., 2 ba new cedar
home. can h&a. wallpaper. carpet.'
vinyl. front & back decks, washer &
dryer hook-up plus single car garage
$55,800 As Is
Grand Isle 3 bdrm, 2 ba new cedar
home w dbi garage, decK on fronl &
back, can. h&a, carpel & vinyl, walk in
closets. As Is $79,500, or completely
finished wlrange, disnwasher, gar-
bage disposal & light fixtures
$89,500.
Corner 251h St. & Hwy 98, Two 1
bdrm apis One upstairs has Ig.
sundeck, downstairs Ig screened
porch. Appliances included Has ex-
cel. rental history. $75,000. Owner
financing.
Water Dr., 3 bdrm, 2 ba on canal w
Ig. boat dock. Includes stove & refrlg ,
has cen h&a. $74.500 $20.000 down,
owner financing
2nd St.. 3 bdim. 2 ba double-wide
mobile home on I Ia lots ol beautiful
grassed lawn, fireplace wlmarble
hearth. front & back deck & cement
drive. $55,000
4 bdrm., 2 ba stucco 2 story house,
on 50'x122' lot, d.w., stove, ceiling
fans, many extras Sea St $69,000 00.
3 bdrm 2 be brick on nice corner lot,
Ig. screen porch, garage, vacuum
systemm. can h&a, carpet S more. Fla.
Ave & 8th St $68.500000
MOEILE HOME on commercial lot,
Across from Chamber of Commerce
..on '31st St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba., new
carpeting & roof, $30,000.00.
Corner Virginia & Fla. Ave. -New,
modular wlbrick; 3 bdrm., 2 ba.,
fireplace, screen porch, fence.
75'x112.5 lot. $55,000.00. Terms.
Tenn Ave -3 bdrm, 3 be., pool,
fireplace. jenn aire range & grill,
:many extras. Financing available.
: $96,000. : __ _
Corner 6th & Fla. Double-wlde on 1 V/
lots, 2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., in-
cludes appliances. $48,000. -
Corner Palm & Azalea St. Nice 3
bdrm., 2 ba., brick & stucco. Includes
'appliances & stor. house, fenced yd.
$59,500. Adjoining lot available.
:Virginia Ave.-2 story, 1 Ig. bdrm.,
:screen porch, downstairs unfinished,
has Wiring & plumbing, $45,000.
Hwy 386-A-Doublewide mobile
.home, 3 bdrm., 2 bea. on 1.05 acres.
'Good terms. $49,900..
29th St at Hwy. 98 2 newly con-
slruct d, stilted 4 bdrm., 2 ba bebech-
houses. Unfurnished $79,000 Fur-
:nished $84,500.


Hwy. 386A-2 bdrm., stilt house on
75'x185' lot Furnished,.$38,000.
Arizona Dr.-Stone & cedar, 3 bdrm.,
2 be., cathedral ceiling, skylights,
fireplace, many extras. Owner must
move. Reduced. $76,000;
Fortner Ave.-2 -bdrm., Ig. screen
porch, fireplace, carpet, storage bldg.
$37,25000 ____
1 4tb. SL-2, bdrm. .,ba.. on 75'x112'
shaded lot, $36,000 Assumanle.mor-
tgage.
Beachside of Hwy. on 34th St.
Quadraplex each unit has 3 bdrm., 2
ba. $53,000.00 ea.
12th St.-2 bdrm., 1 ba., cath. ceiling,
jenn-alre, furnished, $45,000.
Beachslde 42nd St.-2 bdrm., 1 ba.,
furnished, W63.500 00. financing 3vall
Beachsede Cucie Dr -3 bdrm, 2 ba
wiglassed porch, furnished $79.000
Financing available
Hwy 98 & 241h St -2nd lot from
beach, cb.with fireplace,3 bdrm., 2
ba. $68,000; __
Beachside Circle Dr.-3 bdrm., 2 ba.
'brick home. Includes all appliances,
'fireplace, furnished, only 3 yrs. old.
$84,000. Financing available.
Beachside 43rd St.-3 bdrm., 2 ba. w
place to build boat dock on canal
leading to Gulf Owner financing winn
"' down & balance at 10'.. 169.500
Grand Isle-3'bdrm., 1 ba. nice brick
house wlefficiency apt. adjoining on
2 nice lots. $79,000.
26th St.-3 bdrm., 2 be., 2 story
house, lot size 75'x100' $46,000.
Grand Isle Subd -3 bdrm. I ba. with'
grapevines & snaae trees. hear bump.
$50,000. ____
Beachside 34th St.- 4. bdrm. Stilt.
house with great gulf view, $104,000.
Beachside Circle Dr., brick duplex
with 2 bdrm., 1/A ba. each side.
Comp. furnished, can. h&a. $36,206
mortg. at 93/4%. $85,000.
WETAPPO CREEK
LOTS AVAILABLE

ST. JOE BEACH
3 bdrrp., 2 ba. home w/pool. 6' privacy
fence & many other extras, on 2 lots.
You must seatl Owner financing w/
$20,000 down, $78,500.
Coronado St., 1 Vs blocks to beach, 4
bdrm., 1 ba. house wlutility rm. &
front screened porch. Also includes 1
bdrm., 1 ba. apt. w/furnishings, Ex-
cellent rental, $41,900.
Columbus St., /* block to beach, 3
bdrm., 1 be. home, block wlbrick
veneer, appliances, workshop. Fami-
ly rm w/built-in bookcase & panelling.
$48,'000.,
WHITE CITY
2 houses and c.b. stor. bldg. '/2 mile
from Intracoastal. $64,000. ,
Brick home on 252'x125' lot, $35,000.
Frame house on 100'x125' lot,
$18,000.
Store on 102'x125' lot, $25,000.

INDIAN PASS
Gulf & lagoon frontage, approx. 3.53
acres on SR 30-B, near Indian Pass.
Property runs from lagoon to gulf & s
divided by hwy., includes older house
& furnishings. Call for details.


PORT ST. JOE
Comfortable. 3 bdrm. home on 1' /
lots, has fireplace, ceiling fans, 3 yr.
old roof & more. Family neighbor-
hood. Yard fenced on 3 sides, shade
trees. 512 8th St. $32,000.
Tapper Ave. & Saunders Circle, new 3
bdrm., 2 ba. home wlcedar siding,
double garage & heat pump. On 1/4
acre. $68,000. Reduced to $59,000.


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


TOWNHOUSES
Gulf front new 2 bdrm., 2V1 ba. cedar
townhouses. All appliances. $110,000
or make offer.
Pier Pointe Townhouses, 2 bdrm., 1 2
be., Ig. garden tub in full bath; 2
cypress decks, cedar siding; custom
lighting, range, dishwasher, and
trash comp. Hunter ceiling fans, pull
down stairs to attic, cypress boawd
walks & more. $73,500. ,' ,, :1,
Unobstructed beach view, luxurious 3
bdrm, 3 ba.' townhouses w/2 car
garage on bluff overlooking beach..
1,800 sq. ft. cen. h&a, all appliances,
$150,000. ____
Beachslde canal front townhouse w 2
bdrm., 2/2 ba., can. h&a, all ap-
pliances, boat slip for each unit.
$75,800. _____
200' from Gulf -2 bdrm., 2%/ ba. units.
Kit. & bath w/European style
cabinetry. 2 decks, can. h&a, carpet &
appliances Included. $79,500. Owner
financing with 25% down:
38th St. Phase IV Townhouses built
by James Tyson Co. Two & 3 bdrm.
units available, 2nd from beach.
$67,900 or $72,500.
Coronado Townhouses overlook Gulf
on St. Joe Beach. 2 bdrm., 1V/ ba. Ap-
pliances, ceiling fan, custom cabs.,
private balcony & patio. Call us to
see. $85,000. __
Waterfront luxury townhouses. Two
& 3 bdrm., 2'/A ba. units on 37th St.
Completely furnished ready to live or
vacation in. Elec. kitchen
w/dishwasher, garb. disp., washer &
dryer, Jenn-aire grill, 2 sundecks, 1
off master bdrm. & 1 off INlv. rm.
$105,000 & $115,000.
New 2 bdrm., 1/2 ba., cedar
townhouse with furniture & ap-
pliances included. Upstairs has sun
deck, outside shower w hot & cold
water. $69,500.
Corner 14th St. & Hwy. 98, Seaside
Townhouses. 2 bdrm.; 1'/2 be.,
sunken liv. rm., refrig., dishwasher;
washer/dryer, ceiling fans,,
microwave, can. h&alc, carpet, pre-
construction price, $69,500.00. Finan-
cing available.
UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW from 2nd
from beach site of cedar and stucco
townhouses with 1,120 sq. ft. of living
area. Studio & bdrm., with cathedral
ceilings, 11/ ba., all appliances. 29th
St. $70,000.00.

OVERSTREET
Perfect retirement home. 3 bdrm.,
brick home on .85 acres, reduced to
sell. $45,000.00. Owner anxious, must
move. Submit offers.
Almost new mobile home, 2 bdrm., 1
ba. on over V/ acre, turn., 24' well,
deck. Land Is cleared & has 18"
regulation culvert & driveway,
$24,000. N. Long St.
BEACON HILL
3rd St. & 3rd Ave.-Duplex, 1 bdrm., 1
ba. ea. or 2 bdrm., 2 ba. home.
$26,500. Good financing.
3rd St. & 4th Ave.-3 bdrm., 1 ba.,
fireplace, fence, $38,000.

WEWAHITCH KA
Transfer Landing Rd. Almost an acre,
close to Chlpola River. 4 bdrm., 2 ba.
unfurn. double wide. Enough room to
add several trailers for Income.
$23,500.
5 acre tract, with mobile home, in-
cludes nice barn & stor. bldg., land's
prepared for garden. $24,500. Near
Wewahitchka.
Hwy. 71 (Dalkelth), 3 bdrm., 1 ba., ap-
prox. 1 acre, $18,000.
KINARD
3 bdrm., 1 ba. frame home w/front and
back deck, 2 wells, fireplace & sits on
6.36 acres. $28,500.


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


Boat Parts: Chevy II 4
cylinder engine, $300. Mer-
cruser outdrive: upper unit
$150, lower unit $150.
648-8289.
1983 16' bass boat, 50 h.p.
Mercury, p.t.&t. Mercury
trolling motor, galvanized
drive-on trailer. $8,000 value,
used 10 hours. $5,595.00.
One Singer sewing
machine, perfect shape, us-
ed very little, price $200. One
dining table, size 43" x 63".
Made of solid cedar, can seat
8. Has 500 blocks for top,
brand new. One 12' alumi- .
num Sears boat, in water 3
times. Price $325. A. H. Mat-
thews, 203 2nd St., Highland
View. 2tp 8/18
22x12' house boat, $1,750'
1948 DeSoto, $2,000; 27'
travel trailer, $2,000. Call
648-5134. It 8/18!
15' deep freezer, $125. Call
229-6338. ltp 8/18
Very nice upright piano, in
excellent condition. 229-6564
after 4:30 ltp8/18
Practically new 5-piece
dinette suite, $175.00. If in-
terested call 229-6300 after 5.
p.m. ltp
Shrimp boat, 28' fiberglass.
hull, good cond. Can be seen.
at Kirkland's Landing,
White City. ltp8/18
Too elaborate for our use.
One Kelsey Excelsior prin-.
ting press, with several
styles & sizes of letters,
scroll, etc. 5 wood divider'
drawers, ink, etc. Sold new
nearly $900. Used twice, will
take $400. Gilmore Funeral;"
Home.
Westinghouse 27"x36"
dryer, white, like brand new.
648-5439.' It 8/18
122' skiff, 79 model 50'hi.p.
Evinrude, trailer. $2,000.
Phone 229-6056. 2tc 8/11
Vito alto saxophone, with
case, $180. Call 648-5392.
4tp8/4
12'x68' Fleetwood mobile
home. 2 bdrm., 2 full baths.
$3,000 equity and take up
payments of $167.92 per
month. Call 229-8582 or 1/912-
244-7500. "4tp 8/4
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
AKC registered yellow lab'
pups, born 6/26/83, wormed,
shots, ready to go. 229-6916j
3tp 8/11


WATKINS PRODUCTS
Can Be Purchased at
Indoor Flea Market
414 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
229-6023
tfc 8-4


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5. Lowers pulse rate
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Order Your Bee Pollen


Tablets by Calling
648-8435
tfc 81 18


The Gulf County Health
Dept. is accepting applica-
tions for a Public Health
Nurse I position located in
Port St. Joe. This position
will work in both the Port St.
Joe and the Wewahitchka Of-
fices. Title: Public Health
Nurse I; position #: 43354;
salary range: $535.60 -$694.40
bi-weekly; location: Port St.
Joe/Gulf Co..
Mail application to: Helen
Montgomery, 502 Fourth St.,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456,
904/227-1276.
Minimum Training and Ex-
perience Requirements:
Graduation from an ac-
credited school of nursing
and one year of professional
nursing experience or
graduation from an ac-
credited four-year college or
university with major course
work in nursing. Applica-
tions should be submitted
prior to August 30, 1983.
2tc 8/18
Female retail sales clerk.
Apply The Athletic House.
2tc 8/18
TEACHER AIDE
The Gulf County Guidance.
Clinic, Inc. is currently ac-
cepting applications for a
part-time Teacher Aide.
Minimum requirements are:
High school diploma or
equivalency, a Florida
substitute teacher certifi-
cate, and an ability to relate
well with students and staff.
Prior experience is
preferable. Salary is $3.35
per hour. Position is
available immediately. App-
ly in writing to: Edwin R.
Ailes, Executive Director,
Gulf Co. Guidance Clinic,
Inc., 311 Williams Ave., Port
St. Joe, FL 32456. The Gulf
,Co. Guidance Clinic, Inc. is
San equal opportunity/af-
firmative action employer: -
JOB OPENING
Clerk of Circuit Court
Gulf County Courthouse
Job Title: Deputy Clerk -
County Court.
Special skills required: Ad-
vanced typing,
mathematical ability,
knowledge of Florida Courts
and Procedures.
Applications will be
received by the Florida State
Employment Service from
10 a.m. till 4 p.m., E.S.T.,
August 23 only, at the Gulf
County Courthouse, Home
Demonstration Room. Equal
opportunity employer.
Part-time secretary for
medical transcriptions and
general office duties. Call
229-8238, Monday thru Fri-
day, 8 to 5.
GOVERNMENT JOBS -
Thousands of vacancies
must be filled immediately.
$17,634 to $50,112. Call 716/
842-6000, ext. 4971.

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.
2tc8/11
Help Wanted: Mature cou-
ple to run arcade and gift
shop. Contact Mr. Mc-
Gowan, at 648-8578.






FOUND: Turned into The
Star: 2 pairs of eye glasses, 1
has light gray frame, 1 has
brown frames. Come by and
help pay for ad to claim.
LOST DOGS: One red bone
and two black and tans, lost
in the vicinity of dump at
Ward Ridge. Reward. Call
227-1714 or 229-6672.




Sandrail dune buggy. Call
648-5483after 5:30. ltc8/18
'78 Mercury Zephyr V8, 4d,
at, a/c, recent re-ring and
valve job, new tires, clean,
runs good, $2,400. Owner
648-8289.
1979 Nova, 4d, a/c, at, 6
cyl., clean, runs good, $2,800..
Owner. 648-8289.
1971 Ford station wagon, for
parts, $75.648-8289. ltp


Mobile home space
50x100', Beacon Hill. Call
648-8562. 2tp 8/18
One large trailer space for
rent in Oak Grove. Also 2
bedroom trailer for rent. Ph.
227-1782 or 229-6201. 4tp 8/18
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
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furnitire.
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 Vac, the portable
steam carpet cleaning
system. Available at
Western Auto, phone
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.


SOMETHING
DIFFERENT?
Proven break through in low
cost housing. National man-
ufacturer is seeking reps in
select areas for steel-framed
homes and complete line of
metal buildings. Energy ef-
ficient, maintenance free,
30% under conventional.
$3,500.00 refundable invest-
ment required. For complete
information package, call
Mr. Bruce at 1/800-433-5555.
2tc8/11


SEVIE


Will care for small
children in my home at thp
beaches. Call 648-8429.
Will do babysitting for
working mothers in my
home. Call 229-6146 after 3.
p.m. Itp
Child care in beaches
area, drop-ins welcome. Call
648-8432. 4t 7/28

Carpentry & Concrete
18 Yrs, Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
904/2294-6235
tfc 6/5

Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some
yard work by experienced
husband and wife. Mr.
Sollars. 227-1490. tfc 7/3
Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
,Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
SAll Brands ,
Nprris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
tfc 7/7



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


CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING
229-8795


FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers
& Gifts
319 Reid Ave, Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, owner
Hrs.: 9-5:00, M,T,Th,F, S
9:00-12:00 Wednesday
tfc 7/7
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

ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 2294803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day
.1.2/83


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



SEARS IS AS CLOSE-AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 ReId Avenue


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


Conrad's Lawn Service,
paint and trim, and light
carpentry work. Cheap. Call
229-8901 or 229-6580 anytime.
Alcoholics Anonymous'
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720

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


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



Wauneta's
Accounting &
.- Income Tax
220 Reid Ave.
Ph. 229-8536
HOURS:* Monday Sat.
8 a.m. 5 p.m.
(Open during noon hour)
Open after 5 p.m. by appt.
Wauneta Brewer Pal Hohman
Owner Assistant
(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 ate.



kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





-Commercial Building
-Resildential Building
--Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-M168
P. o0. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfc'7.2-
Ih lana a -*


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I PAGE SEVEN ,


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I HELP WANTED] FOR RENT I













S WITH CONTACT SPORTS
G E THERE MAY BE ATHLETIC KNEE
More knee injuries are reported for people active in
contact sports than most any other injury. Among
young athletes and professionals these injuries are
particularly dangerous. Not only have promising 3
careers been cut short, but sometimes serious
permanent damage has resulted.
Youngsters have to be especially careful. In this
W respect, proper training and good conditioning are W
A most important. However, if a person is injury prone a *
protective elastic bandage or a special support could
cut down on the chances of getting hurt. Of course
prompt medical treatment for any knee injury is a
must.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
pharmacy products. We consider this trust a
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
family pharmacy?"



SBUZZETT'S DRUG STORE|
Free Parking Drive-In Window
229.8771 317 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe


S S


Intersections


(Continued from Page 1)


in to investigate a complaint ularly.
made to the Gulf County OT
Commission concerning the In ot
placing of dredged sludge the Con
material from the plant's
pond on a field east of .-
Highland View. ob ofr
Simon said the sanitarian at the
reported no odor or unplea- and rez
sant appearances from the stucco
land irrigation operation in the out
disposing of the sludge. Si- -We
mon said, "The sanitarian AldenP
verified there is no odor and Touche
the operation is clean",. are sta
Commissioner Wesley cedures
Ramsey said he made an -Rep,
inspection of the site last the DO'
Thursday and reported it was repair 1
impossible to tell where the in the c
sludge had been placed ex- inspect
cept in the area where it was past we
being placed at the moment.
Other areas had completely
absorbed the material.' R
Simon and the engineers .
both have said the material is
inert and permits have been O n
granted by the Department .Major
of Environmental Regulation or
for the operation. DER also Topri
monitors the operation reg- ndapsi,


Wewa


SMan is


Charged
Jack Byron Hall, 21, of
Wewahitchka, was arrested
on Thursday of last week and
charged with dealing in
stolen property.
The arrest was the result of
an investigation by investi-
gator Phil McLeod of .the
Gulf County Sheriff's Depart-
ment, of a burglary which
occurred in Overstreet on the
night of August .3.
Taken in the burglary was
a boat, motor and trailer, two
shotguns and a quantity of
food. Officer Robert Miller of
Sthe Game and Fish Commis-
tion located one of the guns
in Wewahitchka. Investiga-,
tor McLeod recovered the
gun and arrested Hall. The
other gun was later located
at another residence in We-
wahitchka. The Florida Mar-
ine Patrol in Panama City
received information that the
boat and,. trailer were in
Sandy Creek in Bay County,
east of the Gulf County line.
Dennis Ake, diver for the
Gulf County Sheriff's Depart-
ment, and Harry Parker of
the Florida Marine Patrol,
along with investigator Hill,
recovered the boat and trail-
er Sunday morning. The boat
had been destroyed before
'being dumped into the creek.
Hall was arraigned before
Judge David Taunton on
August 11., A warrant has
been issued for a Panama
City man charging him with
grand theft in the burglary.
S Cub Scouts

Set Garage Sale
The Cub Scouts, Pdck 47,
will be sponsoring a Garage
S Sale this Saturday, August
' 20, beginning at 9:00 a.m.
The sale will be held on the
corner of Reid Avenue and
S Fifth Street. There will be
lots of good buys for every-
one. Come and support the
Cub Scouts.

i/IC -


OTHER BUSINESS ,
her business matters,. N
mission:
NardedA. L. Atwell the
repairing all windows
Centennial Building
novating them prior to
being being placed on.
side of the building, .
re advised by Clerk
Farris that auditors,
e, Ross and Company,
rating their audit pro-
s this week.
ceived a reply from
T concerning a need to
the railroad crossings
ity. The DOT made an
ion of the sites this V
lek.


affields Wins Regional

Lugust 13, Raffield's won the Men's defeated Russell Mills 11 to 8, Harders 10 to
Industrial Softball Southern Regional 4, and 13 to 10. In the championship game
ament in Phenix City, Alabama. After against Harders Raffield's came from
ng the first game of the day. to NARF behind' 3 to 8 with 10 runs in the seventh'
sacola, 6 to 7, they then reeled off six inning to win the Championship.
it victories to earn a spot in the plate were S.w
al Tournament in Moultrie, Georgia. Leading Raffield's at the plate were Shaw
talTrm Mur eg .Maddox with a .593average with six home
r losing to NARF they then defeated runs, Warren Yeager with a .58693 average with six home
Paper of Mobile, Alabama 14 to 2 Warren Yeager with a .586 average
am Valye of Birmingham, Alabama with five home runs, Mike Todd with a .583
L. NARF was knocked into the losers average. Mike Todd was the winning pitcher
et by Harders of Panama City. in six of seven games.
old's then avenged the earlier defeat Shaw Maddox was selected the Most
eating NARF 18 to 10. Raffield's then Valuable player in the tournament.

CFF Looking

For Worker s
The Florida Chapter of the
Sg Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is
ff _' I. seeking volunteers inmyour
S--* community to assist in their
Falli fund-raising drive. A
._ variety of options are avail-
able: for motivated ,and in-
terested people who would
like to do their part to save a
child's life; For further infor-
matibn, please call collect
(305) 781-6665 and ask for
Rose Marie.,
Wewa Box Mg

Cub Matches
The Ted Drew Boxing Club
of Wewahitchka is having an
amateur boxing match in the
Wewahitchka High School
S Gym' at 7:00 P.M., Saturday
night, August 20. Admission
is $3.00, under six free.
The fights are sanctioned
by the Florida Association of
the USA Amateur Boxing
Federation.

,01GOOD
I SEASONS
to see your good
neighbor agent


Fine Catch
Al Hendricks of Allentown, Pegusylvania, holds up a 21
pound king mackerel, he caught last Wednesday near
number 7 marker buoy. Hendricks was in the Port St. Joe
area visiting friends and relatives when he took the fishing
trip which will be etched in his mind for a long time to come.
The large king was three and a half feet long.
--Star photo


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


CAR HOME
LIFE HEALTH

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



STATE FMES
INSURANCE COMANIES
Ho-m Offcei:; *lolmto., fllmeol.


Orientation
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School held orientation ac-
tivities on Tuesday for seventh graders-and new students.
School procedures and Information on class schedules were
given to the students, with an entire day's classes being held
in the morning, to facilitate students finding their way from
one class to the next. '
In the top photo at right, cheerleaders assist students.'"
manning information desks. In the bottom photo, Conf-
mander Humphries of the Naval Junior ROTC explains th
program to parents. In the photo above, a cheerleader talks
to a group of students.' -Star phd


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

St. Joe Auto Parts Gold Hat Auto Parts
201 Long Avenue Highway 71
Port St. Joe. Fla. | Wewahitchka. Florida
229.8222 639.5711


LMS 90 ARM
.11 prices plus tax, No Irade-in needed "S-14 3S." 38M .2.16 AM Prionsilialax, Ift haft!

Pate"s Se Center

rvice

Phone 2,27-1291 216 Monument Ave.


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PAGE EIGHT


THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 18, 1983















Patrol Steps Up Enforcement of



Noise Law; Troopers Added


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 18, 1983


Birthday

Courtney Lenox, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Willie D.
Lenox, Jr. celebrates her


PAGE NINE


Gulf Rifle Club Schedules


Trap Shoot Thursday


The Florida Highway Pa-
trol has announced an in-
crease in enforcement of the
.- noie pollution law.
With the graduation of 40
troopers from a special train-
Sing course at the Florida
-' Highway Patrol Academy
Slst week, the Patrol now has
S46 certified troopers to en-
force the noise law.
'Chapter- 310.293, Florida
Statutes spts sound level
7 limits for all vehicles. These
limits vary with different
types of vehicles.
Colonel Bobby R. Burkett,
SPatrol Director said, "We
ave enforced this law with
only six noise measuring
Instruments and six certified
Strooper operators. More
equipment and operators are
needed for an effective pro-
gram." "
The Patrol recently ac-
quired 23 additional noise
measuring instruments for
*se by troopers, and now
leads the nation in the
S'^ amber -of trained noise
S> nfor.emnent troopers.

S';i,, 'Measuring the sound level
" is accomplished by instru-
f,,ient''mounted on a patrol
4,.'dA gita -readout dis-
''f sound level in
', .' (dibels of the total sound of
the vehicle, not just exhaust
noise.
"Many violations are due
to faulty or improper equip-
ment and iiM many cases the
driver is aware that it should



HIGHLAI

SBAPTIST

A Corner of Fourth
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;. 4,1 SUNDAY SCHOOL .....
1' .WORSHIP SERVICE ...
ir CHURCH TRAINING (Sunda
I~T MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wedne


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* 25 years experience
In Appliance Repair
* AIR CONDITIONING
Central & Window


have been corrected," con-
cluded Burkett.
It is a violation to modify
the exhaust system of a


Rotary F


Works TI

Rotarian Bill Crawford
gave the Rotary Club some
insight to what its Founda-
tion does throughout the
world, at the club meeting
last Thursday.
In addition to sponsoring
student exchange and educa-
tional opportunities for ex-
ceptional students, me pro-
gram also provides health
care throughout the world;
especially in countries where
health care is at a minimum.
In higher education, Craw-
ford explained that more
students are given assistance
than receive assistance
through the well-known
Rhodes Scholarship pro-
gram.
Medically, the Foundation
recently conducted an exten-
sive smallpox vaccination
program in the Philippines.
"Smallpox is all but vanished
from the United States, but it
is still a wide-spread problem
in may countries of the
world", Crawford said.

The Port St. Joe Rotary
Club is a heavy contributor to



ND VIEW


CHURCH

St. & Second Ave.

e Friend

. . . 9:45 A.M .
.... 11-00 A.M.&7.30P.M
y) ... .... 630 P.M
esday) .. 7-30 P M.


* HEATING: Natural Gas,
Electric & Oil


,,,otor vehicle or any other
noise-abatement device of a
motor vehicle operated upon
the highways of Florida is '


* MAJOR APPLIANCES
All Major Models


* ELECTRICAL PLUMBING REFRIGERATORS
and FREEZERS


such a manner that the noise
emitted is above that emitted
by the vehicle as originally
manufactured.


foundation Sponsors


throughout World
the Rotary Foundation. Greer, former active mem-
A guest of the club last ber of the club and now an
Thursday, was Jimmy honorary member; ,


second birthday on August The Gulf Rifle Club will August 20, starting at 9 a.m.,
18. hold a Trap Shoot at the
Her grandparents are Mrs. Range on Hiway 71 on All shooters are invited to
S Georgia Ann Fenn, and Mrs. Thursday, starting at 6 p.m. attend any of the club:
Ida Jackson, all of Port St. A Pistol Silhouette Match matches. Call 229-8421 or
COURTNEY LENOX Joe. will be held on Saturday, 648-5839 for information..

EVE YD Y S .DOLAR3.Y A DO LAR* ENE AL SORE


Public Notices


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED
The Board of County Commis
of Gulf County will receive seal
from any person, company, or c
lion Interested In selling the Cou
following described personal pr
NEW HYDRAULIC EXCAVA
(BACKHOE) see allacned II
specifications (with or wit
traoe-lni
The Gulf County Board of Co
Commissioners reserve the
to reject any or all specific
andlor best dollar value
machine. Delivery date mus
specilleo Liquidated damage
failure to deliver unit on spec
date wilt be set at $5 00 per d
Bids will be received unt
o'clocK A M., E D T. Septemb
1983 at the office of the Clerk of
Court, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St.
32456. The Board reserves the i
reject any and all bids
BOARD OF COUNTY CO
SIGNERS.
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
181 Billy Branch, Chairman


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT It
FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PR
.CASE NO
In Re: The Estate of
ROBERT BERNARD FOX,
deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING C
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE i
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PEI
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIE
the administration of the Estl
ROBERT BERNARD FOX. dec
file number 83-27, Is pending in I
cull Court of Gulf County, Florkd
bate Division, the address of whi
0. Box 968. Port St. Joe, Florida
The Personal Representative
estate Is: MARTHA HANSON
whose address Is 2101 Long A
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. The
and address of the Personal Rea
tative's attorney are set forth be
All persons having clait
demands against the estate
quired, WITHIN THREE (3) MO
FROM THE DATE OF THE
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
wlth the Clerk of the above Court
ten statement of any claim or d
they may Wlde. Each claim mlib
writing and must Indicate the be
the claim, the name and address
creditor or his agent or atlorne
the amount claimed. If the claim
yet due, the date when It will b
due shall be stated. If the claim
tlngent or unliquidated. the na
the uncertainty shall be staled.
claim Is secured, the security s
described. The claimant shall
sufficient copies of the claim
Clerk to enable the Clerk to mall
copy to each Personal Represen
All persons interested in the
to whom a copy of this Notice
ministration has been mailed
quired. WITHIN THREE (3) MC
FROM THE DATE OF THE
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
any objections they may hav
challenge the validity of the deoe
Will., the qualifications of the Pe
Representative, or the venue or Iu
tlon of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECT
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR
BARRED
Date of the first publication
Notice of Administration: Augi
1983
isl MARTHA HANSON FOX. Pen
Representative of the Estate
of ROBERT BERNARD FOX,
deceased
IsH WILLIAM J RISH.
303 Fourth Street
Poirt St. Joe, Florida 32456
9041229-8211
Attorney lo' Personal Represent

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEI
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STA
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF CO
Case No
IN RE The Marriage of
JAMES E THOMPKINS.
Husband Respondent
and
PHYLLIS ELAINE WILLIS THOMI
Wife Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO, JAMES E THOMPKINS


) BIDS : ADDRESS UNKNOWN
signers YOU ARE NOTIFED that a Petition
ed bids for Dissolution of Marriage nas been III-
orpora- ed against you and that Pelillon seeks
nly the to dissolve your marriage to Petitioner
operty You are required to serve a copy of yoUr
ATOR written defenses, if any, to the Petition
al of on Attorney Fred N Wilten. Attorney
thout for Petitioner. P. 0 Box 447. Poll SI
Joe, Florida 32456, on or before
Sn September 1, 1983 and Ille the original
only with the Clerk of this Court either
right before service on Petitioner's Attorney
lions or Immediately thereafter otherwise a
per default 'will be entered against you for
t be the relief sougnt In the Petition.
s for DATED this 22na day of July. 1983.
cified
Jlay HONORABLE JERRY GATES,
II 9.00, CLERK OF THE COURT,. GULF
bar 13, COUNTY, FLORIDA
Circuit 11 Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
Joe, FL 4t7128
right to __
IN THE COUNTY COURT, BAY COUN-
MMIS-. Y, FLORIDA
SERVICES CORPORATION INTERNA-
TIONAL
Sd/b/a SMITH FUNERAL HOME,
218118 Plaintiff,
vs.
JERRY RUTH HUTCHINS,
FOUR- Defendant.
N AND Case No. 78.1164.CC
NOTICE OF SALE
OBATE NOTICE Is given that I, K. E. Murphy,
D. 83-27 as Sheriff of Gulf County. Florida.
under and by virtue of a Wilt of Execu-
tion Issued out of and under the seal of
this Court. in the above styled matter,
ON have levied upon tne following describ-
LAIMS ed real property:
ABOVE Commencing at the Southwest cor.
RSONS ner of the Northwest Quarter of
Southwest Quarter of Section 5,
D that Township 7 South, Range 8 West
ate of and running East. 30 feel, Thence
ceased, run North 210 feelor point of begin-
the Cir- ning; Thence run N. Run 70 feel:
dI. Pro- thence run E. 100 leet; thence run
ch ls P. South 70 ft., thence run West 100
32456.. feet to point of beginning. Said lot
of the being in Lot One (1) Block "C" -
FOX, Whitlleld Acres to Howard Creek.
,venue, Lying and being In Section 5,
e name Township Seven (7) South, Range 8
iresen. West, Gull County, Florida.
slow. Commencing at the SW corner of
ma or the NW *. of the SW' of Section 5,
are re- Township 7 South, Range 8 West;
ONTHS thence run East 30 feet, thence-
FIRST North 210 feet; thence East 100 feet
to file to the Point of Beginning of this
aemewd description;: thence East 110 t.:
rbe mn- thence North 110 feet; thence West
iebe r l 110 leet; thence run South 110 feet
s forth to the Point of Beginning, same be-
a the Ing a portion of Lot 1 of Block "C" of
iy. and Whillleld Acres Subdivision.
nIs not
becomee Commence at the Southwest corner
Is con- of the Northwest Quarter ol the
lure of Southwest Quarter of Section 5,
.If the' Township 7 South. Range 8 West;
hall be thence East 240 00 feet along the
deliver South line of the Northwest Quarter
to the of the Southwest Quarter of said
one (1) Section 5; thence North and parallel
tallive. to the West line ol Ithe Northwest
estate Quarter of the Southwest Quarter
of Ad-, for 122.80 feet to a Point on the. .
are re- North right-of-way line'of a County
ONTHS Road and the Point of Beginning;
FIRST thence continue North for 87.20
to file feet: thence West and parallel to tIe
e that Souh line of the Northwest Quarter
dent's 'of the Southwest Quarter for 210 00
irsonal feel; thence South ano parallel to
rldic- the West line of the'. Northwest
"uQuarter of the Southwest Quarhter
TIONS' for64.71 feet to a Point on the North
REVER right-of-way line of.h a County Road;
thence Sothence Southeasterly along said
of this right-of-way line for 211.21 feet to
uet 18, the Point of Beginning Further
described as that part of Lot 4 of
tonal Block C of Whitfleld..Acres .(an
Unrecorded suodivlslon) lying Nortn
o' of State Road No 387.
as Ihe property of the defendant, Jerry
Ruth Hutchins. That on ihe 241h day oi
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 ofiler for sale and se!l
alive to the highest bidder for cash in hand
218118 the described real property of the
defendant to satisfy the above named
EENTH Writ of Execution.
TE OF K.E. MURPHY,
UNTY. Sheriff of Gulf County
83-127 By: /i K.'E. Murphy
4t7/28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
PKINS STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY: '
CASE NO. 83.1 12
IN RE: The Matter of the Acoption of
KEELAH ARLUN CROOM.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Cedric Maclln
Fort Dix; New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Petition for Adoption has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a copy, of your Answer or other
response to the Petition on Petitioner's
Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ.,
SP. O. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 3245Q
and file the original thereof in the Cir-
cuit Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County
p Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456,
on or before the 1st day of September,
1983. If you fall to do so, a Judgment for
the relief sought may be granted by
:' DATED this the second day of
August, 1983.
JERRY GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: 181s/ Tonya Knox
4t 814
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Board of Coun(y Colmiasslon of
Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company or corpora-
tion Interested in providing the County
with the following described service:
Ambulance Service Travel Rates
(per mile) for transportation to the
Medical Examiner's Office
(Panama City, Florida) for autop-
sies as authorized by Sheriff Ken .
Murphy.
Bids will be received until 7:00
o'clock P.M., E.S.T., August 23,1983, at
the Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court,
1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe, FL32456.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
a. By: lsl Billy Branch, Chairman
2t 811


"A, '?~~i~Y


1'


iD ates of Courses Available to

Gulf County Residents:

Monday:

COC 1201 Intro. to Data Proc.

ENC 1101 Freshman English

Wednesday:

PSY 2012 Gen. Psychology

Thursday:

SMET 1010 Intro. Meteorology


All Courses Will Begin On

Wednesday, August 24

at 6:30 P.M., E.S.T.

All courses are housed at Port St. Joe
Elementary School and Registration will be
held upon arrival at designated classes at
6:30 p.m. E.S.T.

GCCC Is an Equal Opportunity Institution


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HOME APPLIANCE REPAIR


DAN I ELS SERVICE COMPANY
D A N I Phone 229-8416 Port St. Joe, Fl


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Prices Effective August 17-23, 1983
WE APPRECIATE
BUSINESS


UI RfAo E OCCUPANT
SPAID P.-O.BOX
LJ..,n34 P.ORT ST. JOE, FL 32456


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Bakery Treats Salads
Prepared Foods ColdCuts
Now In St. Joe
-at Saveway


IRO.ED 169 Family Pak Ground Chuck .
69 Fal*' ft Lb.


7% Oz. Kraft
-Macalroni &


.H:ULULK J16 1-$169 ft Power Pak
SnUULDUE Family Pak Ground Round .. Franks ....... 12.69


Y2 GAL. DUTCH HOLLAND ICE CREAM or Buy 1, n I
Pkgs. ICE CREAM SANDWICHES............. Get 1 F I I


5 Lb. Bag 26 BO o BOC
Aunt Jemima Grits ..... 98 MortonSalt.......
Fine Fare Charcoal .... etableOil ........$399
13 Oz. Fne F.re 29 c SAEl30 Mo
Evapouatod Milk ..... 9 Global Motor Oil...... 65


Big Red..

DELICIOUS APPLES .. .39


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Cheese


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PAGE ELEVEN


SJPC Gives Up Charter Interest

Sells Block of Stock Back to Company In Exchange for Own Shares


The Charter Co. announced last week
that it had repurchased from St. Joe Paper
Co. 4,490,200 shares of Charter's common
stock, constituting approximately 21.3 per-
cent of Charter's outstanding common
shares, in exchange for 8,526 shares of the
common stock of St. Joe.
In addition, St. Joe paid Charter $442,954
in cash.
The exchange was based on an ap-
praised value of approximately $6,100 per St.
Joe share. Charter officials said Charter
stock is valued at $11.37 a share.
J. C. Belin, president of St. Joe, and W.
L. Thornton, president of Florida East Coast
Railway Co., a majority-owned subsidiary of


St. Joe, resigned from their positions as
directors of Charter before the consideration
of the transaction by Charter's board of
directors.
Belin and Thornton had been directors of
Charter since 1972.
Charter also announced that net earn-
ings for the second quarter of 1983 were
$12,777,000, or $0.43 per share, compared to
$12,167,000, $0.27 per share, for the second
quarter of 1982. Net earnings for the first
half of 1983 were $8,266,000, or $0.14 per
share, compared to $14,045,000, or $0.39 per
share, for the first half of 1982.
The .1983 periods included a loss of
$1,950,000 from discontinued operations
mainly as a result of the sales price of the


Philadelphia Bulletin building being less
than anticipated.
Gains from discontinued operations for
the second quarter of 1982 were $4,085,000,
and for the first half of 1982 were $3,876,000.
The 1983 periods also included $8.1
million from settlements of claims and $10.7
million from a reduction of beginning
inventory levels.
Earnings for the 1983 period were
decreased by reduced margins in domestic
petroleum markets, higher interest expense
and reduced income-tax benefits, partially
offset by increased investment gains of
life-insurance operations and reduced over-
head expenses,


Earnings from continuing operations for
the second quarter of 1983 were $i4,727,000
compared to $8,082,000 for the second
quarter of 1982.
Primary and fully diluted earnings per
share from continuing operations were $0t1
compared to $0.23 for the first half of 19482.
Earnings from continuing operations were
$10,216,000 or $0.23 per primary and fully
diluted share, compared to $10,169,000 r
$0.25 per share for the same period of 1982.
Revenues for the second quarter of 1983
were $1,380,117,000 compared to $940,238,000
for the second quarter of 1982. Revenues for
the first six months of 1983 were
$2,610,419,000 compared to $1,713,300,000 for
the first half of 1982.


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The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County,-
Florida, met July 26, 1983 in
regular session with the,
following members present:'
Chairman Billy Branch, Eld-
ridge Money, Doug Birming-
ham, Everett Owens, Jr.,
'and Jimmy 0. Gortman.
Others present were: Clerk
Jerry Gates, Mosquito Con-
trol Director Doug Kent,
Attorney William J. Rish,
Deputy Clerk Maurell Cum-
bie, and Bailiff-Deputy She-
riff Phil McLeod.
The meeting came to order
at 7:00 p.m.
Comm. Money opened the
meeting with prayer and led
the pledge of allegiance to
the fag.
Upon motion by Comm.
Gortman, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the
minutes of July 12, 1983.-
The Chairman then an-
nounced, pursuant to public
advertisement, the Board
would hold a public hearing
to consider the adoption of an
ordinance providing for the
acceptance of streets over or
through land not part of a
recorded subdivision, said
ordinance repealing ordi-
nance 83-3 and to include an
important part mistakenly
left out when it was adopted
on June 14, 1983, being prior
to acceptance, streets shall
be brought up to grade and
maintained for twelve
months or until 15 percent of
(Be0l.ts have been built'( n..
After public comment, the
Board tabled this ordinance
until the second scheduled.
public hearing to consider
final approval.
Pursuant to public adver-
tisement, the Chairman. an-,
nounced the Board would
now hold a public hearing to
consider the adoption of a
resolution closing the north
"portion of Hunter Street in
Oak Grove Subdivision. After
public comment, the Board
tabled this resolution until
the second scheduled public
hearing to consider final
adoption.
Walter Graham, Roy Har-
per, Carolyn Summers,
George Harper, and other
White City residents, were
present .before the Board
stating they opposed the Port
Authority's plan to construct
a fish house at the abandoned
U. S. Corps of Engineers
property in White City and
supported the County's ac-
quisition of this property.
Chairman Branch reported
the Board was still pursuing
acquisition of this property
and if successful, the Board
would use it in accordance
with the wishes of the people
of the county. After further
discussion, Comm. Money
stated he wanted the public
to know he is not working


against any group in the
acquisition of this property,
that the Board agreed to
obtain this property when it
first became available and
would continue to do so, that
the Board is also pursuing
, the federal surplus property
at Beacon Hill and Cape San
Bias. Comm. Money also
stated he felt the ownership
of abandoned federal proper-
ty (White City and other
sites) should be returned to
the public, who should decide
what its use is to be.
The Clerk presented "a
$3,078.72 check received from
the Tax Collector; represent-
ing interest earned on 1982-83
ad valorem tax collections.
Clerk Gates then presented,
at Tax Collector Taylor's
request, the list of errors,
insolvencies, and double as-
sessments for the 1982 tax
roll in the amount of
$19,135.20. He then presented
the 1982 tax roll, as follows:
1982 Tax Roll, To: Board of
County Commissioners, Gulf
County, Florida; From: Eda
Ruth Taylor, Gulf County
Tax Collector:
Recapitulation of 1982 Tax
Roll: I was charged on the
1982 tax roll, $3,091,174.60;
Penalties under 193.072,
769.69; Property Appraiser
has added, 5,617.54; Penal-
ties added, 2,323.43; Sub-
total, 3,099,885.27; Under-
charged on tax roll, 119.68;
Total, $3,100,004.95.
I have remitted the follow
ing amounts to the different
departments of state, county,,
and municipal governments:
County of Gulf, General
Fund, $913,299.50; Fine &
Forfeiture Fund, 219,595.90?,
Cert. of Ind. I & S Fund,
65,878.77; Gulf County Health
Unit, 37,331.30; St. Joe Fire
Control District, 12,969.82;
Tupelo Fire Control District,,
6,235.48; Howard Creek Fire
Control District, 1,327.25;
Overstreet Fire Control Dis-
trict, 1197145; Schoo l Board,
Special No. 1,. 1,203,028.05;
Bonded, 87,844.33; City of
Port St. Joe, 392,149.56; City
of Wewahitchka, 19,868.09;
NW Florida Water Manage-
ment District, 11,078.85; Sub-
total, 2,971,804.25; Discounts'
Earned, 98,630.23; E & I List
Approved, 19,135.20; County-
Held Tax Certificates,
9,518.61; Uncollected Due to
Court Orders, 916.66; Total,
$3,100,004.95. As this com-
pletes the 1982 tax roll, I wish
to be released. from same,
signed Eda Ruth Taylor, Tax
Collector. Upon motion by
Comm. Birmingham, second
by Comm. Gortman, and
unanimous vote, the Tax
Collector was released from
said roll, subject to audit.
Upon motion by Comm.
Gortman, second by Comm.
Birmingham, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved


payment of three invoices for
post-mortem examinations
from Edmund K. Kielman,
Associate Medical Exami-
ner, in the total amount of
$765.00.
Attorney Rish discussed
invoices from the District-
II-A Mental Health Board for
Baker Act obligations for
Gulf County. After discus-
siqn, Comm. Gortman moved
the Board approve payment
of the 1982-83 Baker Act
billings, in the total amount
of $7,670.90. Comm. Owens
seconded the motion and it
passed with the following
vote: Comm. Birmingham
voted no. Comm. Owens,
Money, Gortman, and
Branch voted yes.
Clerk Gates reported that
at the last Apalachee Region-
al Planning Council Meeting,
the Council requested he
present information concern-
ing the FAMU program
(grant proposal for employee
training). After discussion of
this program and the current.
job training partnership act
program, the Board request-
ed the Clerk write .the
Apalachee Regional Plan-
ning Council informing them
the Board isn't interested in
receiving assistance under
the program at this time.
Mosquito Control Director
Kent stated, as per the Board
instructions, he had obtained
the information on a $100.00
invoice from the West Flori-
da Resource Conservation &
Development Project, as fol-
lows: (This organization was
not active in the past. They
now need funds to begin new
drainage projects.) After dis-
cussion, Comm. Gortman
moved the Board approve
payment of this invoice.
Comm. Owens seconded the
motion and it passed with the
following vote. Comm. Mon-
ey, Owens, Gortman and
Branch voted yes. Comm.
Birmingham voted no.
Mosquito Control Director
Kent stated that as per the
Board's instructions he had
taken survey of all county
employees who are presently
members of Tyndall Federal
Credit Union to ask if they
wished to change member-
ship to St, Joe Papermakers
Credit Union, and reported 76
percent voted not to change
credit unions. The Board
agreed to remain a member
of Tyndall Federal Credit
Union based on the survey
results. .
Comm. Gortman moved-
that based on Mosquito Cont-
trol Director Kent's recom-
mendation, the Board aop-
prove St. Joe' Telephone &
Telegraph Company's appli-
cation for a Utility Permit
and Variance (No. 83-21) for
Dill Road. Comm. Birming-
ham seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.'
The Board received a
letter, from State Attorney
Jim Appleman, requesting
the Board join in the State
Attorney's effort to pass
legislation in the next session
which will continue the au-
thority of the State Attorney
to pay telephone expenses
with state funds rather than
impose this burden on vari-
ous counties. After discus-
sion,-the Board agreed to
write Mr. Appleman, re-
questing he notify the Board
in 1984 when he needs the
Board's help in requesting
our legislative delegation's
assistance in passing this
legislation.
The Board discussed in-
spection reports of the Gulf
County Jail facility received
from the Florida Department
of Corrections.
Comm. Birmingham re-
ported he would set up a
demonstration of a new back-
hoe to be used for landfill
purposes and all Board mem-
bers would be notified of the
date and time by the Clerk's
Office. Comm. Birmingham
discussed the Road Depart-
ment's need to purchase 4 or
5 poles to be used to build
guard rails.
Upon the Clerk's inquiry,
Comm. Birmingham stated
Road Superintendent Lester
would prepare the backhoe
bid specifications.
Comm. Money discussed
the Board's previous vote, on
June 14, 1983, to advertise to
receive bids for ambulance


service travel rates (per
mile) for transportation to
the Medical Examiner's Of-
fice for autopsies as au-
thorized by Sheriff Ken Mur-
phy. Clerk Gates said if
agreeable with the Board, he
and Deputy Clerk Cumbie
would prepare this bid. The
Board agreed.
Comm. Owens moved the
Board raise the pay rate of
SAmuel M. Graves, Jr.,
Mosquito. Control Em loyee,
.10 per hour over andabove
the four percent raise given
to all Board employees ef-
fective. October 1, 1983.
Comm. Money seconded the
-motion. The Board then
informed the Clerk, for audit
purposes, that the one per-.
cent incentive pay given in
the Mosquito Control and
Road Department Depart-
ments last year was effective
for just one budget year, 1982
83. After further discussion,
the motion passed with the
following vote: Comm. Birm-
ingham and Gortman voted
no. Comm. Branch, Owens,
and Money voted yes.
Attorney Rish then pre-.
sented an agreement be-
tween the Board of County
Commission and the City of
Ward Ridge, appointing the
Gulf County Building Inspec-
tor as the building inspector
of Ward Ridge, -Florida.
Upon motion by' Comm.
Owens, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,
the Board,.aread to execute
* this agreeideit:-' ..-
Attorney Rish informed the
Board that due to verdicts in
recent law suits, it is now
necessary that the Commis-
sion riot write specifications
for bidding equipment or
services that would tend to
single out one company over
the other or to exclude any
company from bidding be-
cause of technicalities in the
specifications.
Chairman Branch reported
if the Board had. any job
training programs they
wanted to sponsor under the
JTPA this must be decided
by Thursday, July 28, 1983.
Comm. Owens requested 4
job training positions and 2
summer job positions for the
Mosquito Control Depart-
ment. Comm. Bitrmingham
requested 4.. job training
positions and 6 summer job
positions for the Road De-
partment. The Board agreed
to write Troy Jones, Member
JTPC, requesting these posi-
tions be sponsored by the
Board under the Job Train-
ing Partnership Act.
The Board agreed to consi-
der the Building Inspector's
budget request at the next
regular meeting.
There -being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.

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