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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1984
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 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-SEVENTH YEAR, NUMBER 21


THE STAR
Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1984


Meters


Coming


Out


Dispatcher Dennis Ajke and Sheriff Ken car and a rope made from a sheet, so her
Murphy inspect the damaged window which husband could escape from the Gulf County
Freida Cason attempted to pull out with her Jail. --Star photo



Jailbreak Attempt Fails


An attempted break from the (Gulf
County Jail was thwarted Thursday night of
last week, when.analert.jaJer,..DennJs. Ake,
quickly realized what was going on.
The attempted break was discovered
when Ake heard someone running around in
the hall around the cell block and ran into
prisoner Danny Cason in the hallway when
he went to investigate.
Cason had been smuggled a saw blade
by his wife, Freida Cason, and sawed
through the bars to his cell, gaining access
to the hallway outside the cell, where he was
intercepted by Ake.
Freida Cason was waiting on the outside
of the jail and attempted to pull the window.
out of the wall with a rope made of bedsheets


and attached to the window and her
automobile..
-...... ,- bedshetrope broke and Cason was"
caught before he could get to the window,
stopping the break before it even got
started.
Cason, who was originally charged.with
burglary, is still in the Gulf County jail with
additional charges of attempted escape and
assaulting an officer. His wife, Freida
Cason, is also in jail, now, charged with
smuggling tools inside the jail and aiding in
escape and violation of probation.
They were both arraigned before Judge
David Taunton. Danny Cason was ordered
to be held without bond. Freida Cason's
bond was set at $100,000.


Sharon Lipford has been
named Director of the Gulf
County Adult Activity Center
for Retarded Citizens to
succeed Vicki Abrams, who
has accepted the position of
Community Services Field
Representative with HRS in
Panama City.
Sharon will also serve as
Executive Director of the
Gulf County Association for
Retarded Citizens and super-
vise the ARC's group home
facility here in Port St. Joe.
During the six years
Sharon has been employed at
the Activity Center, her
professionalism as an in-


structor in basic education
and as the program coordina-
tor at the Center has been
lauded by the ARC Board of
Directors, and by district
level officials of the HRS
Developmental Services Di-
vision.
A native of Orange, Texas,
Sharon has resided in Port
St. Joe for the past seven
years. She is a graduate of
Lamar University in Beau-
mont, Texas, with a Bachelor
of Arts degree in sociology.
She and her husband, Vir-
gil Lipford, are the parents of
a son, Jason, six, and daugh-
ter, Jana, two.


After nearly 30 years of
trying to scrape up a penny
"to feed the meter", Port St.
Joe residents will have free
parking downtown beginning
February 1.
The city's parking meters
are being taken down, dis-
mantled, put *in storage,
taken out of action.
The meters were first
installed back in the '50's
under the tenure of Mayor
Jake C. Belin, under his
protest. They have been a
point of argument, frustra-
tion and games of hide-and-
seek, ever since. One of the
favorite games in downtown
is to see how much time you
,an park without having to
'pay the meter before the
officer comes by to check
them.
The meters have never
produced any great amount
of revenue. When the city
budget was drawn up in,
October of last year, Clerk
Alden Farris remarked that
revenues were just about
what was needed to pay the
officer for keeping an eye out
for overtime parkers and to
write parking tickets.
The first of January, this
officer quit to go to school.
Tuesday night, Commis-
sioner Wesley R. Ramsey
suggested that now that the
city no longer had an officer
to check the meters, it was
his opinion the City should
just take them out '-
Before Ramsey could real-,
ly get int6 a discussion about


why the meters should be
taken out, the Commission
had agreed immediately to
follow Ramsey's suggestion
and end nearly 30 years of
fumbling for a penny, or
watching for the meter offi-
cer with one eye while
conducting business with the
other.
, CENTENNIAL BUILDING
A year ago, the City
Commission seriously con-
sidered taking some drastic
action concerning the Cen-
tennial Building, such as
tearing it down. Nobody was
using the building. It was
sitting idle.
Now, there is virtually a
traffic jam at the front door
of the Centennial Building of
persons wanting to use the
building for one activity or
another.
The Department of Com-
munity Services, which now
has its offices in the building,
also has several activities
operating inside the huge
building. Gymnastics, twirl-
ing classes, ballet, meetings,
all want to use the building as
well as the Senior Citizens,
who have grown to the point
,where they need a larger
place to meet and spied the
large interior of the Centen-
nial Building as the answer to
their problem.
The number of activities
using the building was no
-problem. The problem was-,
that all were accustomed to
meeting on Monday or Tues-


day and caused a scheduling
problem.
Some of the operators of
the youth activities were at
the City Commission meeting
Tuesday, saying they knew


the building was for all the
citizens of the city to use, but
asking for a clarification of
scheduling for its use.
James B. Roberts, who is
the City's representative on


the Community Services
board, volunteered to try and
work out a schedule with the
several groups desiring to
use the building, so nobody
(Continued on Page 6).


Earl Peak wlloii longer have to feed the St. Joe. Th'atii liig mneters ae'being'tak~i
parking. meter in Port St. Joe after out after nearly 30 years of service and
February 1.-Neither will anyone else in Port parking will be free.. --Star photo


Eight Defendants Plead Guilty

Judge Fred N. Bower was sentence investigation made Entering pleas of guilty confronted by charges of been reached in the case at
presiding at the current in their various cases before were: Clarence Hand, a possession of a controlled The Star's deadline Wednes-
session of Gulf County 'Cir- a penalty is meted out. One charge of grand theft; Lori substance and. dealing in day. Kenneth Strickland is
cuit Court this week. With 13 defendant offered no defense Messick, burglary of a con- stolen property on that day. being tried for manufactur-
cases on the docket, only one to his charges and three veyance; Tommy Stansel,. One case went to trial ing cannabis and resisting
was going to trial. Eight of cases were set for later arson; Peter McClellan, pos- Tuesday, but no decision had arrest without violence.
the defendants entered guilty trials; one on Wednesday of session of cannabis with
pleas 'and will have, a pre- next week and two in March. intent to sell, possession of a
r Ar ,urng cormionA" 11 T "


NAACP Sponsors

King Memorial Day


SHARON LIPFORD


Port St. Joe's chapter of
the NAACP sponsored a
memorial service and par-
ade over the week end
marking the birthday of slain
civil rights leader, Martin
Luther King.

According to Paulette Bea-
chum, president of NAACP in
Port St. Joe, this was the first
in what is to be an annual
observance of King's birth-
day with special services and
activities. King's birthday
will be a national holiday
beginning next year.,


The observance started
with a memorial service
being held in the Church of
God In Christ Friday night,
in which some 100 worship-
pers gathered to hear Rev.
James Rouse of Apalachi-
cola, give a message about
King.
Saturday, some 125 par-
ticipants and the Havana
High School Band, paraded
in downtown Port St. Joe,
with decorated cars and
marching groups emphasiz-
ing the memory of the
Atlanta minister.


firearm during commission
of a felony; Curtis Noble,
dealing in stolen property;
Henry Stallworth, aggravat-
ed assault; Danny Cason,
Virginia Cason, Johnny Ca-
son, Donnie Cason and Wil-
liam Cooper, burglary and
Frank R. Jones, burglary
and grand theft.
Archie Daniels filed a plea
of nollo contender to three
counts of passing a forged
instrument and two counts of
forgery. The forgery counts
were dismissed.
Richard Neel had his case
of grand theft postponed until
January 25, when it will come
before the court.
Two cases had trials set for
March 19. Mary Saranthus
will face a charge of vehicu-
lar homicide, while Fario
Lee Aman, Jr., will be


'orn

Firm


TOM G


Giibson Joins Law

of William J. Rish
Tom Gibson, a native of
Scottsboro, Alabama, has
joined the law offices of
William J. Rish here in Port
St. Joe.
Gibson comes to join Rish's
firm after completing the
University of Alabama,
School of Law.
Gibson is the son of Tom
Gibson of Scottsboro, Ala-

Dr. Tom Gibson of Port St.
Joe.
Gibson says he is glad to be
in Port St. Joe working in
Rish's office. He said he will
be getting married in March
and setting up a home in the
;IBSON city.


Schools Start Push for Excellence

"Academic Cheerleaders" Pay Visit to District


Dr. Larry Tyree, president of Gulf Coast Community
College, Edwin Williams, principal of Port St. Joe High
School, Dr. Jim Crozier of the State Department of
Education, Superintendent of Schools Walter Wilder and


Barbara Shirley, Director of Instruction for Gulf County
Schools, discuss the state's new emphasis on a program of
excellence in the High School media center last Friday
morning. --Star photo


1
Dr. Larry Tyree described the
two-man team which included Tyree
and Dr. Jim Crossier of the State
Department of Education as the
"Academic Cheerleaders" sent to
Port St. Joe last Friday morning.
Their purpose was to get Gulf
County's educational leaders enthus-
ed about the State Department's new
emphasis on bringing Florida up into
the top quarter of states in education-
al excellence.
In his opening remarks, Dr. Tyree
pointed out that the introductory
phase of entry into the program ended
Friday, but the search for excellence
was just getting started in the several
school districts throughout the state.
Tyree said Port St. Joe was one of 309
high schools in the state of Florida
which have been visited during the
past week by faculty from state
colleges and experts from the State
Department of Education. The week-
long emphasis on the need for


excellence in the school systems of
Florida was only the begir.ning of a
program introduced by Governor Bob
Graham to put Florida in front in
education.
Dr. Tyree remarked, 'I think
they mean it because they have
already committed more money to
education on a local level to pay for
the programs which will be nec essary
to make Florida first in educa tion.
The Gulf Coast College president
remarked, "I'm not here trying to tell
anybody anything about achieving
excellence. You're already known for
your excellence here in Gulf Coun'ty. I
am here to get you to share the
expectations of the State of Florid t for
all schools in the state."
Dr. Crozier showed the audience e a
visual presentation of what would be
required to meet the standard of
excellence the state is striving for in
its push.
Showing a list of indicators of


progress toward excellence in educa-
tion, Dr. Crozier emphasized that the
goal for the state-wide push was
"Florida: A state of educational
distinction. On a statewide average,
educational achievement in the State
of Florida will equal that of the upper
quartile of states within five years, as
indicated by commonly accepted
criteria of attainment."
Dr. Crozier pointed out that if tihe
five year goal was to be met, the
school district must emphasize output
of student excellence in grades
through various assessments; input
from teachers, parents, expenditures,
salaries and schools meeting national
accreditation standards; process indi-
cators which include percent of
students involved in higher level
courses and opinion indicators from
employers who hire students after
they have matriculated through the
(Continued on Page 6)


Parking Meters Will be Discontinued On


Downtown Streets After Nearly 30 Years


Sharon Lipford Director

of Adult Activity Center


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Editorials


and Comments


THE STAR


THURSDAVY.JAN.1.98


Beaches Should



Grab for Water

A lot of people have expended a people, can only get worse.
Slot of effort to break ground for the
installation of a central water Now, as Commission C
system for the Beaches area west man Everett Owens sayl s
of Port St. Joe. A considerable succinctly, "The ball is in
'number of man hours have been court". People have done as r
spent arranging for financing, as they can toward making
-getting engineering work done, system a reality without the a
'working out supply, operational participation (putting up
and maintenance agreements, etc. money) from the people who li
by a number of men who don't even the Beaches. It's now up to
live at the Beaches. Will you come forth in suffi,
leh...s. numbers to insure the fed
It wasn't the easiest task ever agency guaranteeing the loan
:performed to arrange for a grant the system that you have en(
"which would pay for half the customers to make the system
.system, thus reducing the local economic reality or do you cai
.:burden for the users and future "wait and see" until the system
-users. A loan has been secured scrapped by default through
-:Which has a reasonable interest of interest by those involved.
iate .attached and a repayment The county is ready to pro
.schedule has been hammered out with the matter of construct
--which makes the cost of water The present time table calls fo
service manageable for the people system to be put in and placE
who live in this area. operation during the 1984 cale
There is no denying the need year. Everything is in place to
:for the system. If the Beaches keep a firm to start digging dirt ex
growing-and all indications are for the 250 signed up customer
that they will-it will be only a the system. The number
riatter of a few short years before stands within 50 or 60 of
.the people there will be drinking required number.
.their own septic tank run-off in The Beaches will never ha
their home water systems. Pollu- better opportunity to have wat
lioln of especially home water an affordable price. There i
:systems has become of almost argument about their needing
.-epidemic proportions during the system. The only thing left to
past year or two in Northwest to take advantage of the oppoi
Florida and with the influx of more ity which is at hand ... toni:


SDrinking Bill Sunk by


,Weight of Companions


A committee stopped a bill
from coming .before the State
':Legislature which would hike the
legal age for drinking to age 21. The
.-action came last week in a session
designed to hammer out a bill to
place before the Legislature when
it-.meets.

In our opinion, the bill had
riders attached to it, which made
its more controversial segment-,
that of selling drink to young
people-as almost an afterthought.
-"To say the primary reason for the
bill being drawn in the first place
;-never had a chance, is putting it
mildly.

In addition to the drinking age
:question, the bill also would have
:aised the age of driving, the legal
ige to get married and other
..activities which didn't stand a
Seance of having the age limit


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hiked to 21: In our opinion, the bill
was killed because of these other
provisions included.
The strategy was clear. With
the present push to eliminate drunk
driving, a move to shift the legal
drinking age to 21 would almost fly
through the Legislature by itself.
With the other provisions attached,
it didn't have a chance.
What's the matter with some
enterprising law maker coming up
with a bill aimed at the question at
hand? Why not a bill restricted
solely to the legal drinking age?
Let's take a legitimate look at this
volatile question and settle it.
While we're somewhat molli-
fied to learn that the drinking age
issue isn't dead for 1984, it would
have Made life simpler to have
approved a bill which could be sent
through the Legislature last week.


I'm a country music fan.
A few years ago country
music was associated with
"red-neck" country folks in
pick-up trucks. That is no
longer true.
There are many singers
that have "crossed over" and
sing country music as well as
popular and rock. Tom Jones
is one of them. The main
reason, I think, is that they
have realized that country
music now has a much wider
range of acceptance. They
know that where there is a
wide range of acceptance in
music, there is money.
I didn't want 'to write this
article. The reason I'm writ-
ing it is because- my boss
gave me this piece of paper
and suggested that I do an
article on the contents. You
don't have to slap this
country boy in the face to get
his attention, that's for sure!


'Admittedly, there are
some funny words in some of
the country songs. Put in
proper context, however,
they are not real funny. Take
one lineer,however, and they
become "rib-ticklers." Be-
low are a few "one-liners"
from country songs that may
or may not tickle your fancy.
"He walking in my tracks,
but he can't fill my shoes."
"A boy is judged by his
company and all my friends
are trash." ,
"I turned out to be the only
hell my mama ever raised."
"Drop kick me, Jesus,
through the goal posts of
life."
"She stepped on my heart
and stomped that sucker
flat."
"She even woke me up to
say goodby."
"Walk out backwards so
I'll think you're coming in."


"When I'm alone I'm in
bad company."


Defends

Actions
Dear Sirs:
As Chairman and on behalf
of the Dead Lakes Water
Management Board I would
like to respond to recent
charges against the Board
and inform the public about
certain facts of our opera-
tion.
Recently, Clerk Jerry
Gates has made numerous
public attacks against the
Dead Lakes Water Manage-
ment Board, several of its
members and its Chairman,
Forest Revell. Those allega-
tions which Clerk Gates has
chosen to follow through on


"You can't make a heel toe
the mark."
* "I haven't seen you with
the lights on for two nights in
a row."
"From the gutter to you is
not up."
"I'm going to put a bar in
my car and drive myself to
drink."
"The only thing I can count
on now is 'my fingers,."
"If today was a fish I'd


throw it back."
"Don't cheat on me in our
hometown."
And, finally, my favorite,
"I was flushed from the
bathroom of your heart!"
If you have ever loved and
lost, some of these might
appeal to you. If, on the other
hand, you have never loved,
noid of them will appeal to
you. They all appeal to me in
(Continued on Page 3)


LETTERS...


have been found to be
groundless and untrue. In
particular I refer you to the
charges that several mem-


bers had violated the Sun-
shine Law. This was fully
investigated by the Special
(Continued on Page 3)


C-30 Not A Safe Road


Editor:
Driving along highway C30
from Port St. Joe towards
Apalachicola can be enjoy-
able. Sometimes thrilling. At
times frightening. To some:
deadly.
Yesterday was Friday the
13th. I passed a police car


stopped in the middle of the
road. Did I do wrong? It
followed me into a parking
lot. Stopped behind me even.
He didn't approach. Later a
black cat crossing the road in
front of me stopped before I
(Continued on Page 3)


"He Men

: WHAT MAKES UP a "real he
-'man" these days? Men are becoming
:fitore and more preoccupied with how
;fiey look, how they smell, what their
-clothing looks like and how it stacks
:-up with the latest in fashions. Taking a
4:bok at some of the more visible of
:ftaen today, I must assume they spend
siore than a little bit of time in the
t6eauty parlor, also. Getting the head
4Jl1 of tight curls seemed to be the
:latest thing for men of adventure to do
a:ifew months back. There are still a
:few brave souls who will venture to
:~te beauty parlor to have his hair all
hurled d up tight.
There 'is a paper salesman who
'a&lls on us regularly, who came in
_Sie day a few months ago with his
3air all curled up into the tight little
uirls. His excuse for having the work
done on his locks was, "It's easy to
:teep neat. I just run a damp cloth over
4-tin the morning and I'm ready to

SI have heard bald headed men say
;t1 same thing.
:When the big freeze came along a


Smell Better, Look Better, Stay Neater, Than Their Brothers


couple of weeks ago, he had all the
pipes freeze under his house in one of
the newer subdivisions up in Talla-
hassee. He called the plumber and
had him give an estimate on repairing


job to take about nine hours to do and
gave the salesman a price for nine
hours at the overtime rate, it
straightened his tight curls right out.
The pipes have since been fixed


One of the biggest turn-offs for
any men is to have to do business
th a stinking man.
It's tough.
Good smelling potions have taken


ETAOINSHRDLU

L By: Wesley R. Romsey


all the br oken pipes.
The plumber had to give the
salesma1i an option: figure to have the
job done; and wait his turn in line or
pay overtime and get the job done
immediately.
The kind of guy who would have
his hair curled, would also have to
have a shower every day, so he opted
for the overtime job price.
When the plumber estimated the


by the plumber at the overtime rate.
The salesman's hair will no longer
take a tight curling.
+ + + ++
ONE OF THE BIGGEST selling
'Christmas items for the past few
years has been scents for men.
Men want to smell good, too. One
of the biggest turn-offs to many
women is to come across a stinking
man.


care of all that and he-men are buying
the stuff by the gallon. Not your cheap
stuff either. No longer must men
settle for Skin Bracer, or Aqua-Velva
or Old Spice. There are potions
available which cost $10.00 a bottle
and up.
It's no longer necessary for a
he-man to smell like a goat. He can
smell good, as well as look good. He
can get any number of smooth


smelling scents which will tickle the
nostrils of those he happens to come
into contact with rather than cause a
permanent case of nose wrinkle.
NOW, MEN ARE GOING beyond
the curled hair, the good smell or the
tailored slacks which are color coded
with his socks, underwear and shirts.
Men now have available and are
using the opportunity to have plastic
surgery.
That's right. More than 500,000
men a year have their nose bobbed,
their ears shortened, or their weak
chin made stronger with the surgeon's
knife.
It has long been the opportunity of
the ladies to have their chins firmed
up, the wrinkles or their fannies
firmed up with the help of a good
plastic surgeon.
Now, this opportunity is also
available to the men. I have not yet
heard of a man having his fanny
firmed up, but it probably isn't far off.
It isn't men my age who are using


the plastic surgeon. Although I'll
grant you, a plastic surgeon could
probably have a field day with my
puss (and even my fanny) ... it isn't
us more mature men who are feeling
the need of some sculpture. The big
users are those in'their teens or late
20's who are looking for the man with
the magic knife in untold numbers.
Of course, us more mature men
are customers of the surgeon, also.
Men our agre looking up a good cut
man to remove wrinkles and bags
from around the eyes, facelifts and
excess jowls trimmed and freshened
up.
Vanity isn't the sole property of
the ladies, after all. Men are
beginning to realize the benefits of
looking younger, with firmer skin,
more regular features, etc.
The cosmetic surgery has one
drawback. Unless the little lady gets
in on the fun, men can draw some
pretty stiff stares when they walk
down the street with some of those
ladies who might look old enough to be
their mother.


Tides
The tide action in St.
Joseph's Bay is shown in the
tide table below. The infor-
mation is furnished by the
U.S. Weather Bureau in Apa-
lachicola.


High Low
Jan. 19 10:06p.m. 8:06a.m.
Jan. 20 10:56 p.m. 8:53 a.m.
Jan. 21 11:44p.m. 9:28a.m.
Jan. 22 9:21 a.m.
Jan. 23 12:09a.m. 8:47a.m.
5:07 p.m.
Jan. 24 3:57 p.m. 6:21a.m.
Jan. 25 4:22 p.m. 2:36 a.m.
Jan. 26 4:47 p.m. 3:02 a.m.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1984

OBITUARIES:


Two


Defends Actions


Prosecutor's Investigation
Unit which determined that
there was no evidence to
warrant filing the charges.
More recently, Clerk Gates
has made a public statement
alleging that I, Forest Re-
vell, had made a statement
about the people I was born
and raised with. After I
advised the press and people
I had made no such state-
ment, Clerk Gates, according
to an article in the News
Herald, retreated from the
initial statement in his adver-
tisement, and stated, "If I
made a mistake, all he has to
do is sue me."
Finally, in his latest
groundless attack Clerk
Gates has stated that I
illegally transferred $7,298.87
to pay a debt of the Dead
Lakes District by not having
his name on the check. This
S also is untrue! Had Mr.
Gates been performing his
duties he would have been at
the meeting on December 29,
1983 and been present when
the Board unanimously (in-
cluding Board members
Tommy Williams and Dr.
Raymond Layne) voted to
change the check writing
procedures to eliminate the
necessity of Clerk Gates'
signature. Copies of the
minutes and other docu-
ments including the subject
check are attached, which
clearly and positively estab-
lish that this payment was
not only legal and proper, but
necessary to avoid possible
foreclosure by the Farmers
Home Loan Bank. Further-
more, there is nothing in the
Act which created.the Dead
Lakes. District" which re-
quires Cler)kGates' name to
be signed on any District
checks. 'A copy of this Act is
also attached.


any decisions regarding the
Dead Lakes.
I welcome Clerk Gates to
support all of his charges by
evidence and facts and pre-
sent them to the people and
authorities and if I have
acted illegally, then I will
stand for prosecution.
Very truly yours,
Forest Revell, Chairman
Dead Lakes Water Manage-"
ment Board


Says Road

Not Safe
passed. Maybe it would be
my lucky day?
I wanted to arrive home
before dark. Driving C30
between Port St. Joe and
Indian Pass at night is
scarey. Meeting an oncoming
vehicle who fails to dim his
bright'lights is dangerous. I
stayed too long and was
faced with the drive at dusk.
It happened. About half
way home an oncoming cai
failed to dim his lights: The
lines along the highway were
too faded for reference. I had
to steer straight ahead. Just
as I passed his lights; a huge
palm loomed to my right. I
missed it. My lucky day.
More than one palm tree is
adjacent to this road. A few
on the road. almost. 'Some
should be moved.-back or
removed. Reflective paint
applied. Cushioning bushes
planted in the path of others.
The paint on the roadway
needs another coat. It is
important. A careful inspec-
tion of all safety features is
needed." Post haste.
Clyde R. Branson


j-.i .1


State Department of Motor Vehicles instructors, Idell Stutzman in the use of new computer terminals placed
Barbara Alday and Jim Vickery (standing) instruct 'Tax in the Tax Collector's office by the state of Florida Tuesday.
Collector Eda Ruth Taylor, Ada Bozeman, Jan Cumbie and -Star photo



Tax Collector Has Direct



Computer Link to Tall.
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Gulf County Tax Collector,
Eda Ruth Taylor now has a
private line to the Depart-
ment of Motor Vehicles re-
cords division in Tallahas-
see, via a computer hook-up
installed in her office Tusday
of this week by the state
department.
Taylor, who also is the
official agent in Gulf County
for selling automobile license
plates, -had the machinery
installed in her office by the
state to provide better ser-
vice, for the public and to
erase the tremendous
amount of hand work which
went into keeping up with
license .tag sales and auto
flt record keening.


e* LaL ........ *g.
These are solid facts which 1 f "I want it known that the
can be reviewed by any .- State of Florida paid for
member of the public. The one way or another....mostly these machines and had
same type of facts Which the in the other. them installed", Taylor said.
Board welcomes the public to "I didn't spend any of Gulf
review and base their deci- By the way, my boss has a 'County's money for them,
sions and conclusions on favorite. It is, 'Turn out the even though they will provide
regarding the Dead' Lakes. "lights, the party's over. a tremendous service to the
SThegsame type of facts the. ,,.Aman without a songin his 'people of the county when
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some transferring of auto
titles", the Tax Collector
said.
The new machines, which
include two keyboards, a
printer, and a reader which
also transmits information
back and forth to Tallahas-
see.
Steve Vickery, who install-
ed the machinery, said the
Motor Vehicle Department
has been putting .in ithe
machines in every tax collec-
tor's office jn the state. "We
have been at this job fir the
past four years and have only
about four counties to go",
Vickery said.
The state representative
said the machine would 'give
instant information on an
automotive tag, title or other'
information concerning own-


ership,' leins, etc. "The ma- owner.
chine is hooked directly to Ta
the records in Tallahassee wiTayll
and searches and puts infor- will sa
mation into the Tallahassee work
records without a clerical keeping
person in Tallahassee having the sta
to handle transaction";, with ta
Vickery said. He pointed out have t
that when a tag is purchased report
here in Gulf County, it is withe
instantly recorded in Talla- business
hassee. "If you buy.a tag this is reco
morning and. have your car in and
stolen this afternoon, there inan
are up-to-date state records
to use for its recovery", Tayl(
Vickery said. Tuesday
Transfers of titles will now the ma
take half the time as they and Vi
formerly did. They are re- Alday c
corded the instant the infor- ed Tay]
mation is punched into the Ada B(
machine here in Port St. Joe man an
and a hard copy is sent to the operate


or said the machines
ve her office a lot of'
especially with record
g and filing reports on
te business of dealing
ags and titles. "We
o fill out a detailed
every day and keep up
every facet of the
ss by hand" she' point-
"Now the information
rded as it's punched
we are through with

or's office was closed
y of this week while
chines were installed
ickery and Barbara
of Tallahassee, show-
lor and her assistants,
ozemari, Idell Stutz-
nd.Jan Cumbie, how to
* the machine.


Woman Is Kidnapped


from Her Beach Home


Law officials are still
searching for Donald Steven
Johnson, of Dothan, Ala-
bama, who is suspected as
being the man who kidnap-
ped Mrs. Rhonda Suzanne
Baker and her young son
Saturday.
According to Mexico Beach
Police' Chief, Theo Harris,
the man who kidnapped Mrs.
Baker has probably put
distance between himself
and Mexico Beach following
the incident.
Chief Baker said the sus-
pect has a Dothan, Alabama
address and has a house at
Panama City Beach. Harris
said Bay County deputies
were staked out near John-
son's Panama City Beach,
home when he apparently
saw them and took off. He
was later seen at a Mexico'
Beach service station where


his car began giving him
trouble. He then came to the
Top of the Gulf restaurant
and ordered a hamburger
ahd took off when a Gulf
County Sheriff's car parked
'outside the restaurant.
Later, Mrs. Baker came
outside her home on 42nd
Street and saw the suspect
sitting in her car. He got out
as she approached the car,
telling Mrs. Baker he needed
a ride out of town and
indicated to Mrs. Baker that
ne had a gun. Harris said the
suspect never threatened
Mrs. Baker- openly or at-
tempted to harm her in the
entire incident.
Mrs. Baker drove the sus-
pect to Franklin County
where she' let him out be-
tween Apalachicola and Car-'
rabelle. Franklin County In-
vestigator, Jimmy Williams


Sheriff Begins Work to
Initiate Neighborhood Watch
The Gulf County Sheriff's Department will host an
introductory meeting of neighborhood watch in the
Port St. Joe area on Tuesday, January 24 at 7:00 p.m.
The introductory meeting will be held in the St.
Joseph Catholic Church social hall at the corner of
Monument Avenue and 20th Street.
Sheriff Ken Murphy stated this program is the
start of Gulf County's neighborhood watch and will
eventually cover the entire county.
Everyone interested in becoming a part of the
neighborhood watch is urged to attend the meeting
Tuesday.


White City Baptist Having Film
The First Baptist Church of February 2, 7 p.m.
White City will be featuring a
Film Revival on Bible Pro- Everyone is invited. A
phecy January 30 through nursery will be provided.
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tried to track the suspect
with tracking dogs, but the
tracks played out beside the
highway, indicating he had
caught a ride.-
Johnson, who is the sus-
pected- kidnapper of Mrs.
Baker is wantedin Dothan on
a charge of first degree
sexual abuse involving a
child. He is still being .hinted
to answer to both the Ala-
bama and now, the Mexico
Beach cases.


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PAGE THREE




nnery :
enneth King, Jimmy
d John King, also of
ew; two sisters, San- ,
Iwin of Port St. Joe,,
ie Clinton of Quincy;
others, Mazie. Purs-
Wewahitchka, and
Nunnery of Panama
numerous aunts and

al services were held
day at 2 p.m. EST at
land View Assembly
Church, with the Rev.
oots officiating. Buri-
in the family plot of
Cemetery in Honey- '"


Timothy Erick Nunne
24, of 903 Long Avenue, d
Monday, January 16 follow
ing a long illness. He w
born in Wewahitchka a
had been an employee of
City of Port St. Joe.
He is survived by: his w
Judy Nunnery of Port
Joe; one son, Timothy Er
Nunnery, Jr. of Port St. J
three daughters, Christ
Lynn Nunnery, Katie Mic
le Nunnery and Jennie Ma
Nunnery, all of Port St Jo
his mother and stepfath
Audrey and Kenneth King
Crestview; his father, R
Nunnery of Wewahitchi
six brothers, Ronnie N
nery, Donnie Nunnery. a
Steve Nunnery, all of Cre


Mrs. Marie
Mrs. Marie Rogers, 65,
Dalkeith passed away 1
Friday in a Panama C
hospital. She was a resid
of Dalkeith for the past
years.
She is survived by:
husband, Henry Rogers
Dalkeith; two sons, B
Seber of Houston, Texas
Marvin Paul Chambers
Houston, Texas; one dau
ter, Elaine Rogers of D

Will Harris

Will Hartris, 74, of Port
Joe passed away January
in Bay Medical Center.
was a life long resident
Port St. Joe, and had bee
city employee until his ret
ment.
He is survived by:
brothers, Arthur Harris
Port St. Joe, James Har
and Eugene Harris; a sis
Mrs.. Elizabeth McKinnoi
Sanford; a brother-in-I
Willie McKinnon of Port

Frederick 1I
Frederick T. Eason,
passed away at Gulf P
Hospital January 11 after
long illness. He was a
quent visitor to the area,
was visiting with his dau
ter at the time of his dea
He 'is survived by: a s
Clifton T." Easo6'of Ralei
N. C.; a daughter, R


411 Reid Avenue
Port St Joe, FL 32456
Phone 229-8307

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10 A.M. 5:30 P.M., Mon.
10 A.M. 12:30 P.M., Sat
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un- All arrangements were- in-
and der the direction of Gilmore '.
est- Funeral Home, Port St. Joe. '"


Rogers .
, of keith; one grandson, Chad "
last Marvin Seber of Houston,
:ity Texas: and one granddaugh-
ent ter. Angel Marie Rogers .of "
17 Dalkeith.
Graveside services were .'
held at 2:00 CST Saturday at '
her Roberts Cemetery in Honey-
of ville with the Rev. Harold "'v
illy Williams officiating. Inter-
and ment followed.
of Comforter Funeral Home'
gh- was in charge of all arrahge- "'
)al- ments. ; .



St. Joe; a nephew, MacArthus ".
y 11 Curry and wife, Carolyp, of ,
He Port St. Joe; and a devoted .'
t of friend, Mrs. Viola Smith of
mn a Port St. Joe. '- ';'
ire- Services will be held Sa-tuk-
day. January 21 at the-New ..
his Bethel A.M.E. Church.with" '.
of Rev. T. Andrews officiating -.
rris. Burial will be in the fin-ily .
ter, plot of Forest Hill Cemetery. "
n of Services are under:. the. .
aw, direction of Gilmore Funeral :".'
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86, James Horton of White City;
ines and a grandson, David Hor-','.
er a ton of Port St. Joe. .
fre- A private visitation was
and held for the family Thursday '
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ath. then sent to Wilson, N. C. for '.
son, burial. .
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PAG FURTH SAR Pot t.Jo, ta TURS)A, AN 1, 98


Carol Ramsey and

David Horton Wed

farol Ramsey and David Ramsey, Sr., of Port St. Joe.
Horton were united in mar- The groom is the son of Mr.
riage on Friday, December and Mrs. James C. Horton of
30 at the home of -the bride's White City.
parents, 111 Allen Memorial Mrs. Rex Story of Opelika,
Way. Ala., was matron of honor
The double ring ceremony and wases on ofrhonor
was performed by Rev. Ed- and James man Horto was
.ward M. Ramsey of Atlanta, best man.
Ga., uncle of the bride. Following the ceremony a
The bride is the daughter reception was held in the
of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley R. home of the bride's parents.

Leslie Costin' Is Selected Captain
of Florifa State's Cheerleaders


Leslie Costin has been
chosen Captain of the Florida
State University Varsity
Cheerleaders for the Spring
Semester. Throughout the
Fall semester, Leslie served
as a Co-Captain of that
group, as well as Captain of
the Lady Seminole Squad.


Leslie, a junior majoring in
Communications, also serves
as the Alumni Relations
person for "Scalphunters",
an athletic support group.
and as Correspondent to the
"Arrow", the national publi-
cation of her Pi Beta Phi
Fraternity.


The St. Joseph Bay Chap-
ter of the American Associa-
tion of Retired Persons open-
ed the 1984 year at a new.
meeting hall, the Centennial
Building. Mayor Frank Pate
welcomed the over one hun-
dred-seventy members and
friends. Mayor Pate made
the guest speaker, Tom
Hipps of Channel 7, an
honorary citizen of Port St.
Joe. Mr. Hipps told of his
many amusing and serious
experiences in radio and TV.,
Stiles Brown, president,
then welcomed Mayor Pate
and Mrs. Pate as new
members of St. Joseph Bay
Chapter, bringing the total
membership to close to 250
citizens of the area.
Wayne Land introduced
the St. Joe High School Stage
Band. The band entertained
with music from the 40's and
50's.
The Spring trip, March


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Centennial Building
prise speaker, and
tine special under tt
tion,of Dot Pfost, w
interest.
Refreshments and
were enjoyed by all
St. Joseph Bay Cha
vites everyone, over
of 50 years to iartic
the AARP.


Cards of

Thanks
We woula like to take this
opportunity to thank the
people of Port St. Joe for
their many acts of kindness
during the illness of Tim. For
the contributions to the trust
fund, and to Mr. Farris and
the City of Port St. Joe. To
Dr. Imber who was so
faithful to take care of Tim,
and his concern for him. For
food, flowers, and cards. A
special thank you to our
pastor, Rev. Jean Shoots for
-her love, support and con-
cern, and to all those who
helped care for our children
"during Tim's illness.
May God richly bless all of
you. Thanks for all your
prayers.
Judy and the
Family of Tim Nunnery


The family of Fred Allen
would like to extend our
appreciation to the people of
Gulf County for their cards,
flowers, thoughts, and pray-
ers during the recent acci-
dent of our loved one. We
would like to extend a
"special thank-you" to our
minister, Al ,Harbour, Dr.
San Pedro, the Gulf County
Volunteer Ambulance Squad,
S Dr. B. P. Cotton, the staff of
est Bay Memorial, the Gulf
County Sheriff's Dept., Pa-
trolmen Red Graves and
r Howard Rogers, and Kyle
Griffin and the other children
SDixie", of Gulf County for their
anyone,: special prayers.
y other Fred, Sara, Mike, and
in the Tonya
eting will _
iary 13th Chili Dinners
in the Are On Sale
.A sur- On Sale
a Valen-
he direc- The Ladies Auxiliary of the
ill be of St.' Joe Beaches Volunteer
Fire Department will spon-
visiting sor a Chili Dinner on Satur-
present. day, January 28 at the Fire
apter in- Station. Chili will be served
the age from 11-a.m. to 3 p.m.
cipate in Price. for adults is $1.25,
$.75 for children.


Methodist 'Women


District W
The Marianna-Panama
City District United Metho-
dist Women will meet at the
First United Methodist
Church in DeFuniak Springs


JARROD .AUSTIN WESTER
First Birthday
Jarrod Austin Wester, son
of Mr. and Mrs. 'Mark
Wester, celebrated his first
birthday with a Smurf party
at the Home of his grand-
parentsi Mr. and Mrs. Norris
Daniels.
On hand to celebrate with,
him were his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard West-
er, Matthew Bond, Nicholas
'Comforter, Jacob Tankers-
ley, Aaron Money, Linda
Jones, Angel Barr, and Aunt
Cindy Sullivan.


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Friday, January 20, is ARBOR DAY
in Florida.
The Panama City District, Division
of Forestry, will offer seedling packets
for sale again this year on ARBOR DAY,
beginning at 9:00 A.M., in Bay, Gulf,
Calhoun, Liberty, and Franklin Counties.
Packets will contain four varieties;
Dogwood, Sweetgum, Red Maple, and
Sycamore, two seedlings of each species.
Each packet of eight seedlings will be
priced .at $2.00.


"Truth" is coming to Port
St. Joe on Tuesday night,
January 31 for a concert
presentation at First Baptist
Church. "Truth" is Ameri-
ca's .trend-setting contem-
porary gospel music leaders;
an entourage, that travels
across the U.S. as well as
overseas. They are in the
midst of their second million
miles of travel and- their.
thirteenth annual tour.
"Truth" has appeared on
network television with cele-
brities such as Ed McMahon
and with B. J. 'Thomas; Pat
and Debby Boone, as well as
before U. S. Presidents,
Foreign Heads of State, and
millions of people in 13
countries. They have record-
ed 30 popular albums and are
seen and heard on television

W. L. Dunigans
25th Anniversary.
The children of Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Dunigan of White
City would like to congratu-
late their parents on their
25th wedding anniversary on
January 10th.


Packets will be on sale on Reid
Avenue at State Road No. 71 at Port St.
Joe, and Wewahitchka Shopping Center.
Purchases will be limited to two
packets per customer in order to reach
maximum number of customers. Pack-
ets not sold on ARBOR DAY will be sold
the following week at the Panama City
District Headquarters Office located at
715 West Fifteenth Street in Panama
City.


and radio world wide every music company appearing in
day. concert at First Baptist
Plan now to see and hear Church on Tuesday night,
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workshop
for a- District' School of
Christian Missions Workshop
on Saturday, January 21st.
The studies to be presented
and the leaders: are as
follows: Study of Luke, Mrs.
Ruth Heyne from Forest
Park United Methodist
Church, Panama City; Study
of Central Africa, Dr. Lucy
Ann Neblett, Lynn Haven
United Methodist Church;
and the Study of the World's
Uprooted, Mrs. Helen Myers,
St. Andrew United Methodist
Church, Panama City.
Each local unit of United
Methodist Women should
send at least three persons-
one for each of the three
studies. Registration will be-
gin at 9:00 and everyone
should bring a sack lunch.
There will be meeting of
the district Executive Board
following the workshop.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Charles and
Jerry Segers ,wishes to ex-
tend thanks to everyone who
were so kind and thoughtful
in the loss of their loved ones.
Especially the churches,
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1984 PAGE FIVE


B Congressman

Don Fuqua

Reports

K 2


Mainland Chinese Premier
Zhao Ziyang's visit to the United
States came at an important
time for the two countries.
President Reagan is interested
in expanding our trade with
China and they also would like
to increase trade and cultural
contacts. Just a few years ago,
our trade with Mainland China
was nil but it now amounts to
hundreds of millions of dollars
and is expected to escalate if we
and the Chinese can agree on
some thorny issues.
Our government should
never back down from our com-
mitment to the free Chinese on
Taiwan and I am confident that
we will not waver in our support
for democracy. It is possible,
however, if the Mainland
. Chinese do not try to use
Taiwan as a bargaining tool, for
the two of us to increase trade
for our mutual benefit.
Zhao's visit is the first by a
high ranking Chinese official
since 1979 and will be followed
in April by President Reagan's
trip to the mainland.
I believe we can improve
relations with Mainland China
and still retain our commitment
to the security of Taiwan. To
that end, I welcome these talks
and believe they could prove
fruitful.

The President's Task Force
on Food Assistance has issued
its report and generated a storm
of controversy. Many experts


disagree with the Task Force's
finding that, while there are
pockets of hunger in America,
it is not widespread. This con-
troversy was further fueled
when remarks were made about
people standing in soup lines
because its free, not because
they are hungry.
I am convinced that the
truth lies somewhere between
the extremes of thought already
expressed. While there may be
some cheating at soup kitchens,
it is difficult to comprehend that
people would wait hours in a
cold line just to receive a bowl
of free soup.
I do believe, however, that
the commission is correct in
noting the great progress we
have made since the 1960s in
trying to eliminate hunger in
America. We have done a
tremendous job and the federal
government, along with state
and local governments, deserve
the credit. The fact is, though,
that we still do have many peo-
ple in America who go to bed
hungry. In this, the greatest
society the world has ever
known, we find it intolerable
that any of our citizens should
be without basics of life.
I am hopeful that we will
take pride in our ac-
complishments and redouble ef-
forts to eradicate hunger
completely.

*
In the coming weeks, Con-
gress and the American people
will be carefully examining the
report on Central- America
released by the Kissinger Com-
mission. This extremely volatile
area of the world, located in our
backyard, is of tremendous im-
portance to the United States
for hemispheric security.


A '"bAO I am concerned with reports
that the President will ignore
certain recommendations of the
Sherwin-Williams commission he established to
PAINTS provide expert advice. I believe
..... V ~,all ofttle Cpoirijsssioo's recom-
Now At, mendations deserve the most
Western Auto careful consideration and we
esern Aushould discard their advice on-
Phone 227-1105 ly after the most extensive
review.



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.


First

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




HIGHLAND VIEW

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



We Want You
To-Be A Part of
The Friendly Place


BIBLE STUDY ..........................
MORNING WORSHIP ...................
CHURCH TRAINING ....................
EVENING WORSHIP ....................
W EDNESDAY ...................... ..


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


Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE


DANIEL W. DUNCAN
Pastor


MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music & Youth


Port St. Joe High
Port St. Joe High School
will hold a Parent Breakfast
on Thursday, January 26
from 7:30-8:30 a.m.
Buses will run approxi-
mately 15 minutes later than
usual on Wednesday, Janu-
ary 25 and Thursday, Janu-
ary 26th. School will begin at
8:30 a.m. on both days.
All parents of students
attending Port St. Joe High
School are encouraged to
attend.
Highland Tiew
Elementary
3 Highland View Elemen-
tary School will have a
Parent Breakfast on Wednes-


day. January 25 from 7:30 to
8:15 a.m. Teachers will be
available for conferences.
All parents are urged to be
present.
Port St. Joe
Elementary
Parents of children who
attend Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School are urged to
attend the third "Breakfast"
for this school year from 7:30
until 8:15 AM Wednesday,
January 25.
This will be an excellent
opportunity for you to discuss
your child's progress for the
first half of this school year.
All the teachers will be in
their classrooms to meet
with you.


Christmas Tomatoes
Mrs. J. C. Culpepper shows off some of the tomatoes
which she picked off her vines on Christmas Eve, just prior to
the big freeze. She planted the vines in the later summer to
see if she could make a fall crop of tomatoes, and the proof is


in the "picking".


Dennis and Saundra Williams Origin of Life Films


Good News Gang at Showing at Faith

White City Assembly Faith Christian Schoolpre- tions explored and topics
t sents the second part of a covered are
CAii --im eie nite,- urgs coul ate _nve _coe-int


iBro. Dennis Williams and
the Good News Gang, child-
ren's evangelists, will be
coming to White City Assem-
bly of God beginning January
22-27 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Bro. Dennis Williams and
his wife, Saundra, use a
variety of means in working
with children, including ven-
triloquism, over 20 puppets,
balloon sculpturing, gospel
tricks, Bible scramble,
blacklight flannelgraph and
the highlight of the week,


VFW Ladies

Will Meet

John C. Gainous Post No.
10069 and the Ladies Auxili-
ary met on Jan 13th with Tom
Adkins, Commander and
Maxine M. Robinson, Presi-
dent, presiding.
A Fish frywas planned for
April 28th, following the,
Loyalty Day Parade.
The Ladies Auxiliary will
serve a Chili Supper at the
Post Home on Feb. 14th at
6:30 P.M. before the meeting.
The Post members will
have their next meeting at
7:30 P.M. on Thursday, Jan.
26th.


Eye
Openers
By Dr.
Wesley Grace

CARING FOR Y(
EYEGLASSES


OUR


Eyeglasses are not im-
mune to breaking, scrat-
ching, or bending out of
shape. Any of these distor-
tions in the lenses or the
frame will distort the way
you see and the way you
look.
For better sight, and to be
seen at your most attractive
self, remember to:
: 1. Keep your glasses clean.
Wash them regularly with
soap and warm water. A soft
toothbrush is recommended
for cleaning off grime
around the nose pads, the
bridge and the hinges that
hold the temples to the front
of the frame.
2. The lenses should be
cleaned at minimum once a
day, just as you wash your
face. If they tend to spot
from your occupation or pol-
luted air conditions, wash
them more often and dry
with a soft clean cloth (if
they are made of glass).
3. When not wearing your
glasses, put them down so
.hat the lenses do not touch
anything. Better still, put
them into their proper case.
Plastic lenses need special
care to Avoid scratching. All
dust or soot should be wash-
ed or blown off the lenses,
NOT WIPED while they are
dry. If there are oily stains
on the lenses, use warm
water and soap to wash the
stains off. Wipe with a clean,
soft tissue. Never use a
silicone-treated tissue on
plastic lenses.
Brought to you as a
Community Service by

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


"The King and Queen Crown-
ing."
Rev. Charles E. Jackson
invites the entire community
to come out to this fun filled
and inspiring crusade with
Brother Dennis and the Good
News Gang.


fim series entitled, "Origins,
How the World Came to Be".
The next two films will be
shown at Faith Bible Church,
801 20th St. at 7 PM, Tuesday,
January 24.
The first of the two films
scheduled for this Tuesday is
"The Origin of Life." Ques-


68% of Homes Don't

Pay Ad Valorem Tax


Approximately 68 percent
of Gulf County homes are
totally exempt from paying
ad valorem taxes because of
Florida's homestead exemp-
tion law, Property Appraiser
Joyce Williams told the Ki-
wanis Club Tuesday.
Williams said the state's
$25,000 exemption on homes
rules out paying taxes for
some 1,800 of Gulf County's
2,650 homes.
Williams said Gulf County
is one of seven counties in the
state which has its property
apraisals approved by the-
state Department of Revenue
100 percent. She explained
that if the valuations do not
meet state requirements, a
county could lose its large
$25,000 homestead exemption
status for. a period of five
years. She pointed out that
all counties are audited by


EMT Course Is
Organizing

All persons interested in
taking an EMT course please
meet at the ambulance build-
ing behind the Courthouse at
6:00 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 19.
Spaces still remain, and if
you have not already signed
up, you are invited to attend
this organizational meeting.
An EMT is an Emergency
Medical Technician and
training required by the
State of Florida for a person
rendering emergency medi-
cal aid.

Miss Dunigan
On Dean's List
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Duni-
gan proudly announce that
their, daughter, Deborah
Dunigan, was named on the
Dean's Honor List of Gulf
Coast Community College.
Debbie is majoring in
accounting.

GOOD
SEASONS
to see your good
neighbor agent








CAR *HOME
LIFE HEALTH

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



STATE FAIRIM
INSURANCE COMPANIES
Hose Offce: Bloofl e.to., Ullmol.


the state Department of
Revenue every two years and
this year is Gulf's turn to
have its appraisals audited.
"We have met their require-
ments in the past", the
Appraiser said.
The Appraiser. pointed out
that Florida law requires
appraisals to be regulated by
the present day market of
like property. "Since most of
the property sales in Gulf
County are along the coast
and bringing a premium
price, it makes it hard to
place a Tealistic value on
inland price, which isn't
being sold and no price
precedent being set", Wil-
'liams told the club.
Guests for the meeting
were Key. Clubbers Keith
Presnell, Brad Bowen, Lisa
Wright and Sandy Ward and
Mrs. Williams' assistant,
Rene Strickland.


Could life have come into
being by chance? What do
tests attempting to produce
life in a test tube prove? The
mathematical impossibility
of evolution by chance. The
complexity of all living
things. DNA and more-
The second film "The
Origin of the Species" will
answer questions such as:
Can time and chance cre-
ate new species? Did all life
gradually evolve from a
single cell? Do mutations
produce evolution? What are
evidences of divine creation?
Each of these films, which
align themselves with the
Biblical view of Creation, is
30 minutes in length. The
series will be very educa-
tional and helpful in clearing
up many of the issues regard-
ing the origin of our universe.
All are invited to attend.



* Carpentry
* Cabinets
* Paneling

* Mill Work
* Painting
* Ceramic Tile


FmHA Offices
Are Closing
Farmers Home Admini-
stration County and District
Offices in Blountstown will
be closed Monday, January
30 through Thursday, Febru-
ary 2, to attend state meet-
ing. The offices -will reopen
Friday, February 3.


E.C.B.

Happy 25th
Love You,

O.C.B.


NORMAN BIXLER, Owner


Gulf Satellite


Systems
FINANCING AVAILABLE
No Money Down Up to 72 Months

SALES and INSTALLATION.

After 5:00 P.M., Call 229-8171


.I You Can
Afford
O Our Rates
EQR. FREE


ESTIMATES
Call
Bob Taylor
229-8446
or
Shorty Brown
648-8958


* Plumbing
* Electrical
* Home Appliances

* Fireplaces
* Concrete
* Block & Brick


SERVICE WORK DAY or NIGHT


Sh CITIZENS' FEDERAL

OF Savings and Loan Association
ODI IOPort St. Joe, Fla.



Port St. Joe, Florida

After the Close of Business December 31, 1983

Assets
Mortgage Loans and Other Liens oh Real Estate .............. $13,710,701.00
All Other Loans .......................................... 262,562.00
Real Estate Owned and In Judgement .. ................... 39,446.00
Loans and Contracts Made to Facilitate Sale of Real Estate .... 44,123.00
Cash on Hand and in Banks ............................... 1,508,008.00
Investments and Securities ............................. .... 149,759.00
Fixed Assets Less Depreciation ..... ................. ......138,400.00
Deferred Charges and Other Assets. . . . . . .30,795.00

TOTAL ASSETS .......................................... $15,883,794.00


Liabilities and Net Worth
Savings Accounts ....................................... $14,322,214.00
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank ....................
Other Borrowed Money ................................. ---
Loans In Process ...................................
O their Liabilities ......................................... 239,149.00
Specific Reserves .................................... .--
General Reserves ........................................ 661,317.00
Surplus 661,114.00
Surplus...................... ...........................661,114.00

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH ...................... $15,883,794.00

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

DIRECTORS
C. G. COSTIN, SR. E. F. GUNN
OFFICERS CECIL G. COSTING, JR. FOREST A. REVELL
C. G. COSTING, SR., President FRANK HANNON DWIGHT MARSHALL, JR.
CECIL G. COSTIN, JR., Executive Vice President and DAVID B MAY
Attorney
FRANK HANNON, Vice President OTHER PERSONNEL
JAMES E. CREAMER, JR., Managing Officer NANCY BUZZETT RUTH W. PATTERSON
CAROLYN YOUNG, Asst. Secretary EDITH GODFREY RANZA COX
FAYE TARANTINTO, Branch Manager JANICE BROWNELL
.... .. .. .:.::: .: --* -*;: < ..-..-ex..Ig -


Parent Breakfasts

for Area Schools


X


.








PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY JAN. 19, 1984


Meters Out


would enterfere with the
other in their activities.
Fred Allen, coordinator for
:the Community Services op-
'eration, was injured in a
:shooting accident the middle
of December and has not
been on the job since. The
lack of his guidance during
this period of time was
.probably the reason for the
crowd at the door of the
building.
n OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters,
the Commission:
-Approved the purchase
of some sampling equipment


(Continued from
Page 1)


for the Wastewater Treat-
ment Plant from Thompson
Equipment Company at a
price of $12,716.00.
-Agreed to write a change
order for the WWP construc-
tion project to include re-
placement of 320 feet of 32
inch pipe at the Wastewater
Treatment plant at a cost of
$114,441.00, to J. W. Meadors
and Company, who is cur-
rently working at the plant.
-Approved final payment
for stucco work and replac-
ing windows at the Centen-
nial Building at a total of
$9,986.08.


Enrollment Period for

Medicare Supplement


People who failed to sign
up for the medical insurance
part of Medicare or who once
had this protection but drop-
ped it will have a chance to'
get this protection during the
1984 general enrollment peri-
od, January through March,
Ann R. Kinard, Social Securi-
ty representative for Gulf
County, said recently.
The medical insurance
part of Medicare helps pay
for doctor bills, outpatient
hospital services, and many
other medical items and
services not covered under
hospital insurance.
Protection for people who
sign up during the general
enrollment period will start
July 1, 1984.

Sgt. Carr Gets
Decoration
Sgt. Frederick D. Carr, son
of Ella Carr of Apalachicola,
has been decorated with the
Army Achievement Medal at
Fort Knox, Ky.
The Achievement Medal is
awarded to soldiers for ac-
complishment, meritorious
service or acts of courage.
Carr is a personnel spe-
cialist with the 75th Support
Battalion.
He is a 1975 graduate of
Apalachicola IHigh School.

Saveway Ad
Has Mistake
In Saveway's ad this week,
the price of Morton's 8 oz. pot
pies should read "3 for $1.00,
limit 6 with $19.95 Food
Order".
The Star regrets this error
and any inconvenience it
may have caused Saveway's
customers.

Hospital Exec.
Dies Recently
Richard Henry Malone,
executive director of Baptist
Medical Center and Jack-
sonville Wolfson Children's
Hospital, died Friday, Janu-
ary 6 at Baptist Medical
Center in Jacksonville after a
brief illness.
Baptist Medical Center
also owns Gulf Pines Hospi-
tal in Port St. Joe.
Malone was recognized as
one of the leading hospital
executives in the United
States and held numerous
offices at the national level.
Services were held from
the Hendricks Avenue Bap-
tist Church in Jacksonville on
January 9 with interment in
Oaklawn Cemetery.


Medical insurance is fi-
nanced by premiums paid by
those enrolled and the Fe-
deral general revenue. Cur-
rently the Federal Govern-
ment pays about three-
fourths of the cost.
People who sign up during
a general'enrollment period
may pay a higher premium.
This is because the premium
is increased by 10 percent for
each full year a person could
have had this protection but
did not.
More information about
the medical insurance
general enrollment period
can be obtained at the
Panama. City Social Security
office, located at 30 West
Government Street. The tele-
phone number is 769-4871.

Clannt Gardnver


Job Training Partnership Act Helps


--Mmw- d


Unemployed


STHE GOOD THAT MEN DO
LIVES BEYOND THEM
The donation of an organ, such as a kidney or an eye
Sis a prime example of man doing continuing good.
Actually it is the last-chance for someone to do some-
thing for his fellow man. Organ donation knows no
economic harriers. It is the great common lenomina-
tor. Whether a man be prince or paulper he can make
the same wonderful gift. and in doing so a part of him
w endures.
. At this time of year when the spirit of giving is so
much in our minds. consider making out a donor card
or adding it to your will. The more donors thc greater '
the opportunity for matchiiing ideal donors and thus
itmore' chance' for success.
"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?" S




SBUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
Free Parking Drive-In Window
w 229-8771 317 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe U


O I.I:. I'ioiW:AT i .ii: Mai.


Is Recognized Special Meet


Captain Jon A. Gardner
was recently awarded the Air
Force Outstanding Unit
Award at Reese AFB, Texas
in recognition of outstanding
duty performance. Captain
Gardner is the Commander
with the 1958 Communica-
tions Squadron, Air Force
Communications Command.
He is the. son of Col. Lewis
and Evelyn Gardner of Mexi-
co Beach.

Article Lost In
the Shuffle
Somehow, an article an-
nouncing a Christmas parade
at Howard Creek was lost in
the office of The Star.
The parade was led by
Sheriff Ken Murphy and
featured Santa Claus and
children on decorated floats.
Refreshments were served
to the children who attended
the parade, which was held
on December 10.
The Star regrets.the article
was omitted at the time of the
parade.

Dixie Youth
League Meets
Port St. Joe Dixie Youth
Baseball League will hold a
meeting Tuesday, January
24, at 7:00 P.M. at Port St.
Joe Elementary School Audi-
torium.
All coaches, parents of
players, and interested per-
sons are asked to attend.

Special Services
Special services will be
held February 2 at 7:30 p.m.
at the Church of God, 105 17th
Street, Apalachicola.
Rev. Harold Davis will be
portraying Paul in the book
of Ephesians.


of Beach CofC
Chuck Guilford, President
of the Mexico Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce, has an-
nounced that a special meet-
ing will be held in the
Chamber Building Thursday,
January 19, at 7 p.m. CT.
All members are urged to
attend as the upcoming 1984
Fishing Tournament will be
the subject of this special
meeting.

IN MEMORIAL
Jan. 10,1984
Dear Pop,
I hope that you've finally found the
serene "peace of mind" that you've
been wanting and needing for many,
many years now. I also want to wish
you eternal happiness, and to let you
know that I am happy for you, and
that I always was, and still am, proud
of you, and proud for you. I want you
to know that my heart and soul will
follow you, wherever you go. I've
always loved you, I do love you, and I
always will love you. January 7 mark.
ed the beginning of a new life for you,
and I wish you luck on your trip to
your new home. I will always be your
little pumpkin, and your happy-go-
lucky turkeybird forever. I also would
like you to know that "Maw", loves
you with her all, and Marcus loves
jou too. Pa, I haven't got all the paper
on which to write you all that I want
you to know, but I have a sincere feel-
ing that you know what's all In my
heart.
I'll have you to know that this Is on,
ly a temporary farewell. For someday
I will join you. I look forward to that
day whqn I will be able to see you,
walk with you, and to talk with you as
we used to. I want you to know also
that I will always remember the times
we all had together, and I will hold
them very dear. I'll let you go know,
for I know that you have a long
journey ahead of you. But before I let
you go. I have a few last lines with
which to send you on your way home.
To my dearest Pap, for whom I wish
only the best of everything:
For the long trip you're about to
begin:
May the road rise to meet you,
May the wind stay to your back,
May God hold you always in the hol-
low of his hand,
And may God help you stay on the
right track.
I love you always Pap.
Your little girl,
Linda DIanne Segers
P.S. No one can take.your
place, no one ever will.
I love you.


JTPA? "What is it?" "How
does it work?" "Do you have
any jobs?" "Can I further
my education?" "Can you
help me?" These are the
countless questions that rave
had the phone ringing off the
hook," says Sandie Scott,
JTPA Counselor. "People
are hearing about it and they
want to know more, they
want help."
The 1983 Job Training
Partnership Act is under the
joint control of The Bay
County School Board, The
Department of Labor and
Private Industry Council.
The Private Industry Council
is comprised of area business
people and representatives
from education, labor, econo-
mic development, and com-
munity based organizations,
which will oversee spending
of more than $1 million to
provide job training and
education.
Unemployed persons- 16
years of age or older-
meeting the program guide-
lines- can apply at the JTPA
office located in the Voca-
tional building beside the
Port St. Joe High School.
"The program is open to
the "economically disad-
vantaged" and those with a
verifiable employment barri-
er",--stated Ms. Scott. She
defined the "employment
barrier'.' as anything which
would inhibit one from gain-
ing employment. She said the
program includes those
people who have had prob-
lems with drug addiction,
alcoholism, physical handi-
caps, criminal records, teen-
age parent, age limitations,
or no marketable skills.
To be eligible, the job
seeker must meet certain
family income during the last
six months, length of unem-
ployment, U. S. Citizenship
and others. A person may
qualify if unable to find
employment due to a number
of hardship situations.
Once accepted in the pro-
gram, applicants are screen-
ed and tested for aptitudes,
proficiencies and interest.
The applicant may then be
shifted into one of the two
avenues: On Job Training
(OJT) or Classroom Training
(CRT).
If an applicant qualifies for
on-the-job training- either
due to previous experience or
aptitude- Ms. Scott tries to
find an employer for the
candidates.
Thq program pays half of
the wages the apprentice
receives from the employer
during the training period.
The length of training is
determined by Department


I Peop

reception that the program
has received. Several busi-
nesses have already hired
our people, and others are
calling for more informa-
tion," stated Ms. Scott. "Mr.
Owens, County Commission-
er, has hired two of our
people with the Mosquito
Control, also Joyce Williams,
the Property Appraiser's of-
fice, has put one of our people
to work. Also Raffield Fish-
eries is participating." The
employers seem very
pleased, and things are look-
ing up.
JTPA also has a youth
program for those ages 16-21.


le to Find Work


The young person can work
20 hours a week up to a total
of 250 hours, depending on
training time allowed, and
JTPA pays the entire wage.
The employer again must
agree to hire the youth at the
end of the training period.
If applicants prefer further
training they are counseled
as to the areas of CRT they
are interested in, and every
effort is made to get them the
skilled Classroom training
they may need. Those appli-
cants who are sent on into
Classroom Training will
have their tuition paid, the
purchase of books and sup-


plies needed, plus there will
be a $2.00 a day allowance. If
the participant drives over 50
miles round trip another
$2.00 a day will be added. At
this time Port St. Joe has a
bus which leaves the St.
Joseph Telephone Office at
7:00 AM EST for those who
attend Gulf Coast Communi-
ty College, or Tom P. Haney.
The JTPA Program is here
to help! Whether it be for the
unemployed or the business-
man. "It's been called a Ray
of Hope," said Ms. Scott. "A
lot of people are getting a
chance that may have never
been possible for them. It


of Labor guidelines. In some
cases, the employer may
receive additional tax
breaks through the "Target-
ed Job Tax Credit."
The employer must agree
to keep the employee at the
end of the training period.
The employer has the option
to dismiss the apprentice if
the arrangement is not satis-
factory. To avoid those com-
plications," stated Scott, "I
counsel with the employer
and the apprentice on a
monthly basis to make sure
that everything is going
smoothly. With those that
have already entered into the
work force through our pro-
gram, there have been no
complaints. I have some
pretty happy participants."
Potential employers are
urged to contact Sandie Scott
at 229-8438 for information.
She will be happy to go to the
employer's premises and dis-
cuss the program.
Ms. Scott has stated that
she's already been to many
businesses in the area. "The
employers are beginning to
see the advantages and the
money that can be saved by
utilizing the JTPA Program.
I'm really excited about the


local school.
The State Department executive
stressed that schools must develop
goals and objectives for the next five
years to enable them to meet the state
criteria of striving for educational
excellence.
One of the indicators he urged the
school management to look for was


the number of students taking and
passing the SAT and ACT testing
programs.

Gulf County Superintendent of
Schools, Walter Wilder remarked,
"We fully endorse the concept of
striving for excellence in education.
We welcome such a concern here in
Gulf County."


makes me feel good to know
that people are finally get-
ting a break, especially when
the economy has been so low.
And that one big break will
be the new Hardee's. They
are utilizing the JTPA Pro-
gram for those they will be
hiring. The young adults are
calling it the chance of a life
time, and they're really
excited. And we're excited
for them".
For those who are interest-
ed and would like further
information, contact Sandie
Scott, 229-8438 Tuesday,
Thursday, and Friday, 8:o0-
12:00.


(Continued from Page 1)

Principal Edwin Williams, who:
welcomed the school leaders and:
those who have the responsibility both:
paid and volunteer, who were at the
conference, affirmed "We can and we
will do it".
The conference was made up of:
school district management, School
Board members and the district
advisory committee.


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The Sharks were back to
the old formula for winning
basketball games this week,
salvaging a close game
against the Rutherford
Rams of Panama City with a
free throw in the last seven
seconds to pull out a three
point win, 80-77.
Josh Jenkins -made both
ends of a charity opportunity
to salvage the Sharks' per-
fect record for the season.
The Sharks took a six point
lead. in the wild first period
which saw a total of 46 points
scored by both teams. A cold
second period put the Sharks
behind four points at half
time. In the third period, the
Sharks again put 26 points on.
the board to take a six point
margin.


Fuqua's


Man Will


Visit Gulf
Congressman Don Fuqua
(D. Fla.) announces that a
representative from his of-
fice will be in Gulf County on
Tuesday, January 31 to listen
to problems and comments
regarding federal agencies
and legislation. "I urge any-
one who has a problem to
stop by and talk to my
assistant. We want to do
everything possible to be of
assistance."
The Representative's itin-
erary will include appear-
ances at the following loca-
tions:
Overstreet, Post Office,
10:00-11:00 a.m.; Highland
View, Walker's Dixie Dandy,
11:30-12:30 p.m.; Port St.
Joe, Post Office, 1:00-2:00
p.m.; and White City, White
City Grocery, 2:30-3:00 p.m.


The Sharks were sitting on
an eight point lead when the
last minute of the game
rolled around. The Rams
exploded for seven points in
that final minute while the
Sharks could give them-
selves- two more points of
insurance, with Jenkins' free
throws.
Mike Pittman paced the
Shark scoring with 20 points.
Doug Robinson added 14,
Durey Cadwell 13, Jenkins 11
and Terry Woullard with 10.
Billy Hook paced the Rams
with 23 points. Tony Fragger
had 22 for the losers.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 26 10 26 18-80
Rutherford 20 20 16 21-77
SHARKS-Robinson .5-4-
14; Woullard 4-2-10; Pittman
8-4-20; Harris 1-2-4; Cadwell
3-7-13; Jenkins 4-3-11; Thom-
as 1-4-6, Butts 1-0-2.
RAMS-Jackson 4-4-12;
Hart 1-2-4; Hook 10-3-23;
Fragger 10-2-22; Williams
0-1-1; Wilson 1-0-2; Clark
1-0-2; Gould 3-1-7.
Port St. Joe's Junior Var-
sity, also playing with an
unblemished record this
year, lost their first game of
"the season to the Rams
Tuesday night. The JV
Sharks were defeated 68-51.

The Sharks sank 17 free


NOTICE
Mr. Brewer was well all of
1983. We are 'open for
doing Income Tax as
always at
220 Reid Avenue,
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Ph. 229-8536
WAUNETA'S
(Brewer)
INCOME TAX
2t 1/19


throws for points last Friday
night, in a 53-46 win over the
Wakulla War Eagles in Med-
art. The Sharks had a 15 point
lead at half-time, but the
Eagles chipped away at the
lead until they were within
two points at the end of the
third period. The Sharks hit
on eight of 10 free throws in
the final period to take a five
point scoring margin over
the War Eagles.
Mike Pittman and Deme-
trie both had 12.points-to pace
the Shark scoring.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 11 21 8 13-53
Wakulla 9 8 17 8--46
SHARKS-Robinson 2-2-6;
Pittman 5-2-12; Harris 0-1-1;
Cadwell 4-0-8; Jenkins 3-2-8;
Thomas 4-4-12; BUtts 0-6-6.
WAKULLA-Mills 7-0-14;
Reed 2-0-4; Nelson 9-1-19;
Webster 4-1-9; Lewis 0-0-0.
Friday night, the Sharks
travel to Blountstown to meet
the Tigers. Monday night, the
team goes to Apalachicola
and host the Rutherford
Rams at the Coliseum on
Tuesday night.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1984 PAGE SEVEN


Poinsettias Need Cold Protection


BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
Last year's Christmas
poinsettia can give added
enjoyment in the landscape if
cared for properly now.
Many of the varieties of
poinsettias will retain their
leaves and decorative bracts


CARTER
far into the new year. Even-
tually the lower leaves will
begin to drop and the bracts
will lose their brilliant color.
At this point the plant should
be placed in a cool, dry
location. Give the plant only
enough water to keep the soil
from becoming entirely dry
so that the stem won't wither.
My information for this arti-
cle was provided by Exten-
sion Horticulturist Dr. Rob-
ert J. Black.
After the danger of frost
has passed, the poinsettia
can be planted outdoors in
the warmer climate. The


poinsettia is very sensitive to
cold, and many years the
plants are frozen before they
have a chance to bloom.
Freezing is particularly se-
vere in unprotected locations
of this particular area of
Florida.
Choose a sunny, well-drain-
ed location protected from
North winds and frost for
poinsettias. Also select an
area where plants will not
receive any light at night.
Poinsettias must have al-
most total darkness before
flower buds are formed.
Plants are prevented from
flowering when they are
exposed to electric lights
from the streets or in the
home grounds. Even a brief
exposure to electric lights
will prevent poinsettias from
flowering or markedly delay
flowering.
In order to keep plants
bushy and compact- thus
yielding more flowers-
pinch the top one-half inch
from new shoots when they
reach the length of four to
five inches. The branches
that are pinched will develop
two or more shoots. When
these shoots grow to four or
five inches, pinch them.
Repeat the pinching process
when there are enough shoots
to do so. However, do not
pinch poinsettias after the
first week of September. To
do so will delay or prevent
flowering at Christmas time.
After the plants have been


in the ground about a month,
apply one or two tablespoons
of a complete garden fertili-
zer such as 8-8-8 or 10-10-10.


Usually, three applications
per year are recommended-
the first when growth starts
in the spring, the second in


June, and the last in late fall
after the bracts have set.
This last application pro-
motes large bracts with good


color and aids in promoting
root growth during the winter
months. Occasionally, a
fourth application will be
needed in mid-summer if the
early summer application is
followed by extremely heavy
rains. Water well each week
during dry weather-


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One of the community Mission projects Citizens Association for this project. Other
of the Missions Committee at First United Missions Committee members in 1983 were
Methodist Church in 1983 was a program to (from left to right) Maybel Swatts, Floyd
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221 Reid Avenue


Phone 227-1133


We Are HERE to Serw'ic What We SeII


ROY SMITH, Agent


FRANK HAN NON, Agent-,


FmHA Offering


Farmers Better


Financial Aid
Beginning with the 1984 A statement of change in
crop year, farm borrowers of financial position, indicating
the Farmers Home Admini- new borrowing, withdrawals,
station will receive better and debt payment of the past
financial planning assistance. year; and,
through the new Coordinated A cash flow statement,
Financial Statements (CFS), showing cash income and
according to Mitchell N. outgo for the previous year
Drew, FZnHA State Director and projections for the
for Florida. coming year.
Previously, farm borrow- The local Farmers Home
... -ha e ,se' thee egencys- --Administratiorr -County Su:--',
"Farm and Home Plan" to pervisors have been trained
analyze their operations and in the use of Coordinated
plan financial strategies. Financial Statements (CFS),
"The Farm and Home Plan and are now able to, assist
has served the agency and its borrowers who are going on
borrowers long and well," the new system.
Drew said. "It has not
changed substantially since Overstreet VF
it was developed nearly 50
years ago." Meets Feb. 14
"The intricacies of modern The members of the Over-
farming, with its emphasis street Fire Department
on large-scale operations, would like to extend an
competitive marketing, and invitation to the people of
diversity of production, re- Overstreet to attend a meet-
quire sophisticated financial ing Tuesday, February 14th
management techniques.at the Overstreet Fire Sta-
Good farm financial manage- tion.
ment is absolutely necessary The purpose of the meeting
for farmers to succeed in the is the election of officers. A
1980's," Drew said, "and the fish fry will be held at 6:30
CFS can provide the sophisti- P.M. EST, with the meeting
cated analyses needed to beginning at 7:30 P.M. EST.
make sound decisions." beginning at 7:30 P.M. EST.
The Coordinated Financial Those attending are asked to
Statements include: bring a side dish.
Statementsinclude: Everyone is encouraged to
A balance sheet and state- attend this important meet-
ment of owner's equity; ing. All the following meet-


An income statement,
showing all income and ex-
penses;


ings will be held on the
second Tuesday of each
month.


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MORNING WORSHIP ..............
EVENING WORSHIP .............. .
WEDNESDAY EVENING ............


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PAGE EIGHT THE, STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1984


INU ES Gulf County Commission


'The Board of County Com-
mission of Gulf County, Flo-
rida, met December 13, 1983,
in regular session with thE
following members present:
Chairman Everett Owensi,
Jr., Douglas C. Birminghamri,
Jimmy 0. Gortman, Billy
Branch,- and Eldridgle
Money. Others present wer e:
Clerk Jerry Gates, Attornpy
:William J. Rish, Mosquito
*Control Director Doug Kept,
:Deputy Clerk Maurell Cuam-
bie, and Sheriff Ken Murphy.
The meeting came to order
-at 9:00 A.M.
Comm. Gortman opened
the meeting with prayer and
led the pledge of allegiance to
the flag.
SUpon motion by Comm.
Gortman, second by (omm.
Branch, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the
minutes of Novemberi 8, 1983
and November 28, 1!983.
Comm. Branch moved the
Board allow Mosquito Con-
trol Employees Ro}t Causey
and Charles Anderso n to take
their vacation in ,the next
calendar year due; to prob-
lems caused by tihe Board.
Comm. Money seconded the
'motion and it passed unani-
mously. i
:Pursuant to adv ertisement
to receive sealed bids for a
vood counter and riarrange-
mernt of existing cotmnter unit
for the Tax Collector's Of-
fice- Materials ,anrd Labor,
the following bid ; was re-
ceived: St. Joe Custom Build
ers, Port St. Joe, Florida,
Labor and Materials,
$3,900.00. Upon motion by
Comm. Money, and second
By Comm. Branch, the Board
voted unanimously to award
the bid to St. Joe Custom
Builders, with payment to be
made from the Capital Out-
lay Fund.
Attorney Rish presented a
proposed ordinance, grant-
ing Cape San Blas Water
System, Inc. an exclusive
franchise to provide water to
Cape San Blas, which he had
prepared at the Board's


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instruction a. The Attorney
then review wed this franchise
with the Board and Glenn
Stubbs of Cape San Blas
Water Sy stems, Inc. At-
torney RiM3h informed the
Board that the awarding of
the franchii ;e is an exclusive
franchise preventing anyone
else from i installing a public
.water system in the area.
Comm. Bra nch then moved
the Board.a< ivertise to hold a
public hear ing to consider
granting an exclusive fran-
chise to Cape San Bias Water
System, linc. Comm. Money
seconded the motion and it
passed unanihnously.
Clerk Gates reported Rob-
bie Brunger, Apalachee Re-
gional Planning Council, had
called hipm starting that the
Board could only apply for
one Community Develop-
ment Bjock Grant. After
discussion of 'the Board's
previousi approval to make a
Community Development
Block G rant application for
the Wil liamsburg Subdivi-
sion Water System and a
Senior (Citizens Building, the
Board Aigreed to make one
Community Development
Block G ant application for
the Wi liamsburg Subdivi-
sion Wa ter System.
Upon presentation by Cecil
costin, J1r., and upon motion
by Comiin. ; Money, second by
Comm. Branch, and unani-
mous vote, the Board adopt-
ed Resoluition No. 83-17,
whereas Ceitil G. Costin, Jr.
and Th;bmas S. Gibson have
made application to this
Board |to vacate a part of
Port St. Joe Beach, Unit
Number 2, as recorded in
Plat B(ok 2 at Page 6, of the
Public Rords of Gulf Coun-
ty, Flo ida.
Attormiey Rish informed the
Board hie would prepare a
blanket right-of-way agree-
ment 'fo;- the installation of
the Sf:. 'Joe Beach System
water lines.
Marc Kilbourn, City Com-
missioner, City of Wewahit-
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commit funds (approximate-
ly 15,000 to 20,000 dollars) to
rebuild Church Avenue, from
State Road 71 through Second
Street, in Wewahitchka, with
the City to pay for the
engineering costs (approxi-
mately $5,000.00). After dis-
cussion, Comm. Birmingham
moved that upon the City of
Wewahitchka setting Church
Street as their Number One
priority on their Road Paving
Priority List, as previously
requested by the Board, the
Board agreed to pay a
maximum of $15,000.00 from
the Secondary Road and
Bridge Fund (Fifth and Sixth
Cents Gas Tax) to provide
engineering work. Comm.
Gortman seconded the mo-
tion for discussion. After
discussion, the motion failed
with the following vote
Comm. Owens voted no,
stating he was voting no due
to the $15,000.00 commit-
ment. Comm. Branch voted
no. Comm. Money voted no,
stating he was voting no due
to the Board's previous
agreement to assist the City
of Wewahitchka in rebuilding
Church Street with no speci-
fic amount of commitment
set. Comm. Gortman and
Birmingham voted yes. After
further discussion, Comm.
Gortman moved the Board
delete the second phase of
Gulf County Road Paving
Priority Project Number 3 (2
Roads in Whispering Pines
Subdivision) and help the
City of Wewahitchka rebuild
Church Street in an equal
amount. Comm. Branch se-
conded the motion. Comm.
Birmingham then entered a
substitute motion to delete
the second phase of Road
Paving in Whispering Pines
Subdivision and commit up to
$15,000.00 of Secondary Road
Funds to rebuild Church
Street. The Attorney -stated
the substitute motion needed
no second. Upon vote, the
substitute motion passed un-
animously.
Lee Munroe, a citizen of
Gulf County, Florida, discus-
sed building inspection prob-
lems concerning the con-
struction of his home in Gulf
Aire Subdivision. Munroe
stated he turned in a report
concerning these problems to
the State of Florida for
investigative purposes and
expected action to be taken
(State to take Contractor's
license). Munroe stated the
Gulf County Building Inspec-
tion Department is very
inadequate and predsented
pictures of his home and a
better addressed to the Board
from Structural Engineer
James R. Van Orman as
proof. Munroe then request-
ed Gulf County Building
Inspector DeWayne Manuel
be fired for incompetency.
Upon Munroe's request, the
Chairman authorized the let-
ter, presented by Munroe, be
entered into the minutes.
Munroe also discussed drain-
age problems at his home in
Gulf Aire Subdivision. The
Chairman thanked Munroe
for coming before the Board.
Comm. Birmingham then
requested Gulf County Build-
ing Inspector DeWayne
Manuel and former Gulf
County Building Official E.
F. Gunn prepare a report for
the Board on Munroe's build-
ing permit.
SFred Allen, Administrator,
Gulf County Commodity
Food Program, Port St. Joe
area, asked the Board to
make a determination on the
parking location for the
refrigerated trailer to be
used to store commodity food
and on the means "of' trans-
porting this trailer. The
Board agreed for Comm.
Branch to take care of this
matter.
Evan Williams, President,
Beaches Fire Department,
stated there was a need for a


rescue unit to be located in
the Beaches area. Comm.
Branch discussed the possi-
bility of a joint venture
between Gulf County and
Bay County to purchase an
emergency vehicle to serve
both the residents of the Gulf
County Beaches and Mexico
Beach. The Board agreed to
go along with this idea if Bay
County will make a commit-
ment on this joint venture.
The Chairman then request-
ed Comm. Branch and
Money and the Beaches Fire
Department President 'Willi-
ams seek Bay County's com-
mitment.
Upon recommendation by
Mosquito Control Depart-
ment Administrator-Envi-
ronmental Health Director
Doug Kent, Comm. Branch
moved the Board accept Gulf
Pines First Addition Subdivi-
sion Plat. Comm. Gortman
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously. (Re-
corded in Gulf County Plat
Book No. 3-Page 29).
Gulf County Building In-
spector DeWayne Manuel
made the following report
concerning State of Florida
Department of Corrections
and State Fire Marshall
construction requirements
for the Gulf County jail:
Interior doors being install-
ed; Exterior doors ordered;
Outdoor fenced-in area for
prisoners now being request-
ed (320 feet of 12 feet high
fence needed to comply with
requirements). The Chair-
man instructed Manuel to
secure the fence and have it
installed.
Comm. Gortman reported
members of the Howard's
Creek Fire Department had
asked if the Board had
written a letter to the How-
ard's Creek Fire Department
as agreed at the Board's
October 11, 1983 meeting.
After discussion, and upon
reading the minutes, the
Board found there was no
approval to write a letter to
the Howard's Creek Fire
Department.
Comm. Gortman inquired
as to a problem which had
arisen in paying for an
excavator for the Road De-
partment purchased in the
old budget, but not paid for in
that budget.. Clerk Gates
reported the invoice was not
received until November,
well past the thirty day time
limit allowed to close all
budget matters, and his
advice would be for the
Board to pay for the equip-
ment from the Road & Bridge
Budget and make a budget
transfer at the end of the
year to account for the
expenditure. Comm. Branch
then moved the Board amend
the general fund contingency
to transfer $42,981.00 to the
Road & Bridge Fund to pay
for the Caterpillar Excavator
contingent upon the At-
torney's opinion that this
would be a legal accounting
transfer. Comm. Gortman
seconded the motion, The
motion passed with .Comm.
Branch, Gortman, Owens
and Money voting aye.
Comm. Birmingham voted
nay. Clerk Gates reported
that he felt that such a
transfer was illegal, and if
the Board insisted upon
ignoring his earlier advice
given as Treasurer to the
Board, that, while improper,
it would not be illegal to pay
for the equipment from the
general fund contingency,
but that it would pose a
serious threat to the financial
strength of the general fund.
Comm. Branch then moved
the Board amend the general
fund contingency to pay
$26,658.00 on the excavator
and amend the Road &
Bridge Contingency to pay
the remaining $16,323.00.
Comm. Gortman seconded
the motion and it passed with


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i MY*1984 *306 Williams Ave.
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Compensation is not appro-
priate, the penalty amount of
$95.84 is waived, but the
penalty for late filing still
stands in the amount of
$100.00. Upon motion by
Comm. Money, second by
Comm. Branch, and unani-
mous vote, the Board agreed
to pay the $100.00 late filing
penalty.
The Board agreed to adver-
tise a public hearing to
consider adopting an ordi-
nance providing for the ac-
quisition, construction, and
erection of a water system
for the unincorporated area
of St. Joe Beach and the
construction of a water line
to serve the unincorporated


Comm. Branch, Gortman,
Owens, and Money voting
aye. Comm. Birmingham
voted nay.
Comm. Money informed
the Board that acting Road
Superintendent Bobby Knee
had reported that the Road
Department bookkeeper had
requested taking the two
days after Christmas (De-
cember 26 & 27, 1983) for the
Christmas Holidays. The
Board discussed this matter
with acting Road Superinten-
dent Bobby Knee. Comm.
Gortman then moved that on
January 1, 1984 the Board
abolish the dates set for all
holidays and reset these
dates in the following year
and abide by them. The
motion died for lack of a
second. Comm. Gortman left
the meeting at this point.
Comm. Branch moved the
Board change the dates
previously set for the Court-
house Employees' Christmas
Holiday, as per their request,
to December 23 & 26, 1983 and
also set January 2, 1984 as the
New Year's Holiday for
Courthouse Employees.
Comm. Money seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously.
Upon motion by Comm.
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Money, and unani-
mous vote, the Board ap-
proved hiring Rodney McGee
and Ronald Peacock for the
two utility positions under
the Jobs Training Partner-
ship Act Program as adver-
tised by the Board.
Comm. Birmingham
moved the Board pay an
invoice from the Gulf County
School Board in the amount
of $11,595.60, for the 1983-84
County Contribution to the
Gulf County Community Ser-
vices Program, provided the
City of Wewahitchka's share
is not included in this
amount. Comm. Branch
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously. Comm.
Birmingham requested Clerk
Gates check with Gulf
County School Superinten-
dent Wilder to be sure that
this invoice does not include
the City of Wewahitchka's
share of the Director's sala-
ry.
Upon motion by Comm.
Branch, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the
following invoice be paid:
Barrett, Daffin, & Carlan,
Inc., Pensacola, Florida,
Professional Services ren-
dered through October, 1983,
for the Gulf County water
distribution for Port St. Joe
Beach- Barrett, Daffin, Car-
lan Project No. 5469-02-00,
Amount $23,400.00.
"'Upon motion by Commin.
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Branch, and unani-
mous vote, the Board'ap-
proved payment of two in-
voices for the commodity
food program as follows
Payment for meals for volun-
teers: Rich's IGA, Wewahit-
chka, Florida, $20.61; and
Blue Bay Restaurant, Port
St. Joe, Florida, $14.80.
Upon motion by Comm.
Branch, second by Comm.
Birmingham, and unanimous
vote, the Board adopted
Resolution Number 83-18,
supporting establishing a VA
hospital in the Florida Pan-
handle.
The Board set Doug Kent's
effective payroll date as
Environmental Health Direc-
tor for December 16, 1983.
The Board received a letter
from Attorney William F.
Wager, Jr., Panama City,
Florida, concerning an indi-
gent hospital bill from Bay
Medical Center to the Gulf
County Board of County
Commission for patient Tom-
my Chumney in the total
amount of $2,026.78. After
discussion, the Board re-
quested that County Attorney
write Attorney Wager con-
cerning this matter.
Upon Comm. Branch's re-
quest, the Chairman authori-
zed a letter be entered into
the minutes informing the
Board that the St. Joe Beach
stretch of US 98 (SR 30) is
being posted 45 mph year
round by the DOT.
Attorney Rish reported he
had investigated a penalty
payment due on a Worker's
Compensation First Report
of Injury on Kevin Byrne, St.
Joe Ambulance Squad, which
should have been filed on
November 29, 1982, but was
not submitted until March
11, 1983. Attorney Rish then
reported Frankie M. Allen,
Worker's Compensation
Examiner 2, Bureau of Work-
er's Compensation, had writ-
ten the Board that based
upon reexamination of the
file on Byrne's claim it has
been decided that the assess-
ment of penalty for late


Hardee



Story



Told

Harry Sanders, president
of Sanders Restaurants, Inc.,
of Panama City, spoke to the
Rotary Club Thursday, tell-
ing the club members of his
organization, which is build-
ing the Hardee's restaurant
here in Port St. Joe.
Sanders said the local
restaurant is one of 20 his
firm will build and is building
in this area from Blounts-
town to Panama City. San-
ders said he went with the
Hardee's franchise because
it was the most progressive
and vigorous of the fast food
chains today.
Sanders said presently the
firm has restaurants built or
under construction in Pan-
ama City, Blountstown, Lynn
Haven, Panama City Beach
and Port St. Joe.
David Pipkin, vice presi-
dent of the company said the
local restaurant will have
five management and 60
hourly paid personnel when
the outlet opens in March.
Don Shirah will be manager
of the local Hardee's busi-
ness.
Pipkin said the Port St. Joe
Hardee's would be a little
different in appearance from
other restaurants. "We are
placing an emphasis on the
decor to be in keeping with
the nearness to the Bay. We
will have a nautical decor".
He also emphasized the
local restaurant would have
picnic tables outside and
seating for 93 people inside.
Some of the other statistics
for the building include, a
parking lot for 43 automo-
biles, a drive-in window and
a complete Hardee's menu.
The restaurant will be the
number 2,022 Hardee's in the
nation and will be open from
5:00 a.m. till midnight.

area of Highland View in
Gulf County, Florida; to be
held on January 10, 1984 at
9:00 a.m., E.S.T.

Upon motion by Comm.
Money, second by Comm.
Branch, and unanimous vote,
the Board adopted resolution
number 83-19, a resolution
designating the week of
December 11-17, 1983, as
drunk and drugged driving
awareness week in Gulf
County.
Comm. Money requested
the Board write the Florida
Department of Transporta-
tion asking that Sudduth
Realty remove a cement
planter located on State
right-of-way in front of Sud-
duth's townhouses in Gulf
Aire Subdivision on State,
Road 98 (cement planter is
four feet from paved road).
Comm. Birmingham
moved that based on re-
quests from Road Depart-
ment Employees the Road
Department be given Mon-
day and Tuesday, December
26 & 27, 1983, as their
Christmas Holiday instead of
Wednesday and Thursday,
December 21 & 22, 1983 and
that the Mosquito Control
Department Employees take
their Christmas Holiday on
the. dates previously ap-
proved by the Board (De-
cember 21 & 22, 1983). Comm.
Money seconded the motion.
After discussion, the motion
passed with the following
vote: Comm. Birmingham,
Money and Branch voted yes.
The Chairman voted no.
Comm. Branch moved the
Board hire temporary Court-
house Maintenance Depart-
ment Employee Joe Bearden
and temporary Mosquito
Control Department Em-
ployee James Hand on a
permanent basis. Comm.
Birmingham seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously.
Upon Environmental
Health Director-Mosquito
Control Department Admini-
strator Doug Kent's review
and recommendation,
Comm. Money moved the
Board approve the Basic
Maintenance Agreement be-
tween Gulf County and the St.
Joseph Telephone & Tele-
graph Company, effective
December 17, 1983. Comm.
Branch seconded the motion


MEXICO BEACH
42nd St. 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
Can. h&a. Furnished, Close to
beach. $63,550.00. Owner financ-
ing.
34th St. Drifting Sands 4 bdrms., 2
ba. 3 story. Lg. home with excellent
view of the water. Owner financing.
$104,000.00.
Circle Dr. Sandpipers No. 1 -3
bdrms., 2 ba. Furnished. Can. h&a.
Close to beach. Owner financing,
$79,500.00.
Circle Dr. Sandpiper No. 2 -3
bdrm., 2 ba. Furnished. Fla. rm.
Can. h&a. 1 lot from beach. Owner
financing. $79,500.00.
Arizona Ave. 3 bdrms., 2 ba. On 2
lots. Free-standing fireplace. Fenc-
ed In yard. Covered patio, skylights
and more. $69,000.00. Assumable
$33,000.00 at 10'A% for 20 years.
Louisiana Dr. NEW! 2 bdrm., 2 ba.
Suspended balcony overlooks liv-
ing room w fireplace. Skylights &
ceiling fans accent the cathedral
ceiling. Obi. car garage. $65,000.00.
Hwy. 98 (near 4th St.) 3 bdrm., 1 ba.
WATERFRONT! Completely fur-
nished, $74,500.00.
Hwy. 98 (near 24th St.) Large
3 bdrm., 2 ba., completely furnish-
ed. $65,000.00.
Corner 8th St. & Fla. 3 bdrm.,
2 ba. Ceiling fans, can. vacuum
system, screened patio & much
more. Fenced In yd. $68,500.00.
Oak St. NEWI 3 bdrm. 2 ba. cedar
home w/Ig. screened porch.
Sundeck on back. New Tappon ap-
pliances. $59,500.00.
New Listing: 16th St. 2 bdrm., 1 be.
home. Approx. 600' from the beach.
Fenced in yard. Partially furnished.
Nice neighborhood. $54,500.00.
15th St. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. Com-
pletely furnished. On large lot.
$39,500.00.
Halley Dr.. NEWI 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
homes under construction. VA and
FHA approved. $46,550.00 to
$49,000.00. A small down payment
will get you into these affordable
homes.
Nan Nook Road Grand Isle 3 bdrm.
1 full bath with fireplace. Also has
efficiency apt. w/1 bdrm., 1 ba. for
added income. $79,000.00.


Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
COUNTY.
CASE NO.
IN RE: The Marriage of
GLADYS JULIEN, Wife
And
LEYLAND K. JULIEN, Husband.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LEYLAND KERLON JULIEN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
for dissolution of marriage has
ad against you. You are requ
serve a copy of your written defe
any, to the action on Petitioner'
ney whose name and addr
Thomas S. Gibson, P. O. Box 102
St. Joe, Florida 32456 on or
February 16, 1984, and file the i
with the clerk of this Court,
before service on Petitioner's a
or immediately thereafter; othe
judgment will be entered to th
demanded In the petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal
court on January 10, 1984.
JERRY GATES,
As Clerk of the Court
By: /sl Johnne Pridgeon,
As Deputy Clerk
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY given o
tlon to apply to the 1984 Legisla
a special Act of Bill prohibiting
ing of scallops by mechanical m
the St. Joseph's Bay South of
drawn from the point of interse
the East-West extension of the
boundary of Section 26, Town
South, Range 11 West, with thi
high water mark of St. Joseph
and extend a line Northwester
point which Intersects with the
boundary of Section 26, Town
South, Range 12 West and thi
high water mark of St. Joseph
during certain periods of the ye
DATED this ,13th day of J
1984.
BOARD OF COUNTY CO
SIONERS,
GULF.COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ Everett Owens, Jr.
Chairman
Attest: /s/ Jerry Gates, Clerk


POLICY OF NONDISCRIMINA
ON THE BASIS OF HANDICAP
STATUS
The City of Port St. Joe dc
discriminate on the basis of
capped status in the admission
cess to, or treatment or employs
Its programs or activities. Mr. L
ris, City Auditor/Clerk at the C
Building has been designated t
donate compliance with the nond
Nation requirements contained
tion 51.55 of the revenue shari
ulatlons.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
/Is/ L A. Farris,
City Auditor/Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
REVENUE SHARING
HANDICAPPED REGULATION
This notice Is published purs
the requirements of Section 5
the Revenue Sharing Regulati
published In the Federal Regi
October 17, 1983. Section 51.
hibits discrimination against q
Individuals because of their
capped, status.
The City of Port St. Joe advi
public, employees and job app
that it does not discriminate
basis ofthandicapped status In
siron or accesss to, or treat
employment in, its programs
tlvlties.
The City of Port St. Jo
designated the following Mr. L
ris, City Auditor/Clerk at the C
Building as the contact to coo
efforts to comply with this requl
Inquiries should be directed to:
Mr. L A. Farris
City Hall Building
P. 0. Box A
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Phone 229-8261
Hours: 8:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M

NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIC
The Gulf County school Bo.
receive bids until 9:00 A.M.,
January 19, 1984 through Janu
1984, in the office of the S
tendent of Schools on thirte
900x20 tires and two (2) 875x16
These tires may be seen at t
Barn In Ward Ridge between th
of 8:00 A.M. and 11:00 A.M., an
until 3:00 P.M., Thursday through
day. Bid forms are available at
Barn or the Superintendent's


RTEEN-
STATE
GULF
83-250




action
been ftl-
ired to
nses, if
s attor-
ass Is
29, Port
before
original
either
attorney
rwise a


e relief 2t 1119
of this IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
GULF COUNTY FARMS, INC.,.
4t 1/19 A Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
if nten- CHARLES B. MEREDITH,
ture for Defendant.
the tak- NOTICE OF SALE
leans In PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45, FLORIDA
I a line STATUTES (1979)
action of
South NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pur-
nship 7 suant to a Final Judgment of
is mean Foreclosure dated the 4th day of
's Bay, January, 1984, In Case No. 83-269 of the
'a Bay, t Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial
y South Circuit, in and for Gulf County, Florida,
ship 7 in which Gulf County Farms, Inc. Is the
e mean Plaintiff and Charles B. Meredith is the
*a Bmay Defendant, I will sell to the highest bid-
's Bay, der for cash, at the front door of the
nuar Gulf County Courthouse in Port St. Joe,
january, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. (Eastern Standard
Time) on the 3rd day of February, 1984,
MM IS- the following described property:
Lot #95, Gulf County Farms, Unit
Three. Commence at the Nor-
thwest corner of Section 30, Town-
ship 5 South, Range 9 West, Gulf
County, Florida, thence South
3t03'30" East along the West line
4t 1119 of said Section 30 for N472.20 feet
to the POINT OF BEGINNING;
TION thence North 71'43'40" East along
PPED the Southerly right of way of a 60
foot street for 336.85 feet; thence
oes not South 18716'20" East for 726 feet;
handl- thence South 71'43'40'" West for
n or ac- 534.29 feet to the West line of said
ment in, Section 30; thence North 3003'30"
A. Far- West along said West line for
Ity Hall 752.37 feet to the Point of Beginn-
to coor- ing, containing 7.26 acres, more or
discrim- less.
in sec- DATED this 4th day of January, 1984.
ng reg- JERRY GATES,
CLERK OF THE'CIRCUIT COURT,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA 2t 1112
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
2t 11/19 FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned person Intends to register
ONS with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
suant to Gulf County, four weeks after the first
51.55 of publication of this notice, the fictitious
ons, as trade name, J & G SALES, under which
ster on they will be engaged in business.
55 pro-
5uallflred Owner: Glen F. Combs
handl- Address of Business: 201 Monument
Ave.
ses the P. O. Box #56
plicants Port St. Joe, FL 32456
on the Ph. 227-1689 or 229-8385
rladmis- tc 1/12
f'ent or ''.
and ac- PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
oe has Board of County Commissioners of
A. Far- Gulf County, Florida will hold two
;ity Hall Public Hearings to consider the ques-
ordinate tion of closing, vacating, and discontin-
rement. uing that certain street, described as
follows, to-wit:
That portion of Cherokee Street
lying between Lot 1, Block 15 and
Lot 17, Block 11, of Oak Grove Sub-
division as shown in Plat Book 1,
page 12, Public Records of Gulf
M. County, Florida.
2t 1/19 Each Public Hearing will be held In
the County Commissioners meeting
IS room at the Gulf County courthouse In
ard will Port St. Joe, Florida on the following
E.S.T., dates: 1st Hearing on January 24, 1984,
uary 26, at 7:30 p.m.; 2nd Hearing on February
Superin- 14,1984 at 9:30 a.m. EST.
>en (13) Comments from any interested par-
3.5 tires. ties regarding this question will be
the Bus welcome.
e hours BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
id noon GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
h Thurs- Is/ Everett Owens, Jr., Chairman
the Bus ATTEST:
Office. /s/ Jerry Gates, Clerk 2t 1/12


15th St. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. Comp. fur-
nished on 75'x185' lot. Walking dis-
tance to beach. $38,000.00.
New Listing: Water Drive. 3
bdrm., 2 ba. home on canal. Lg. lot.
$75,000.00. Owner financing.


ST. JOE BEACH

Court St. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. home
on 2 lots. Lg. screened In patio. Ex.
Ig. storage area. On 2 Iota.
$65,000.00.
Corner Desoto & Alabama NEWI
2 bdrm., 1'/A ba. home on Ig. lot.
Study can be ex. bdrm. Lg. sun
deck. $69,500.00.


PORT ST. JOE
Monument Ave. Extra nicel 3 bdrm.,
3', ba. Marble fireplace In 22x20'
liv. rm. Wet bar, sprinkler system.
$133,900.00.
Duvall St. Oak Grove 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
On Ig. lot. $37,200.00.
Long Avenue 3 bdrm., 1 ba. Has
assumable mortgage. Nice yd.
Room for addition. Reduced.
$26,500.00.
Tapper Dr. Ward Ridge 3 bdrm., 2
ba. Has Ig. sun deck Cen. h&a.'
Assume. mortgage. $47,90P.00.
8th St. 3 bdrm. 1 be. home on
Ig. lot, nice back yard, extra. store.
$26,500.00.
McClellan Ave. 3 bdrm., 1 ba. home
w 2 car garage. Fenced In back yd.
Close to schools. $36,900.
Hwy. 98 near Port St. Joe 225' on
Hwy. 98 x 115' lot. Overlooks Bay.
Excellent spot for new business.
$40,000.00.
CAPE SAN BLAS
WATERFRONT LOT Indian Pass
Beach 115' on the Gulf of Mexico
x 358' deep. $60,000.00.


MEXICO BEACH

Harmon -Realty, Inc.

Corner 14th Street & Hwy. 98 Mexice Beack
RL 3, Box 157A, Port St Joe, Flui
1-90416485767 After Hours: (904) 648-5249


PTe Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids. Please mark your seal-
ed bid envelope "Tires and Tubes".
s/1 B. WALTER WILDER, Supt
2t 11/19
NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Gulf County School Board will
receive bids until 9:00 A.M., E.S.T.,
January 19, 1984 through January 26,
1984, In the office of the Superinten-
dent of Schools on the following vehi-
cle: One (1) 1965 International Bus, (1i
passenger) Serial #SB514768-E. This
vehicle may be seen at the Bus Barn in
Ward Ridge between the hours of 8.00
A.M. and 11:00 A.M., and noon until 3:00
P.M.; Thursday through Thursday. Bid
forms arp available at the Bus Barn or
the Superintendent's office. The Board
reserves the right to reject any and all
bids. Please mark your bid envelope
"Sealed Bid-Vehicle" and Include the
I.D. number.
/s/ B. Walter Wilder, Supt.


and it passed unanimously.
St. Joe Ambulance Squad
Chief Catherine Ramsey in-
formed the Board of inven-
tory changes.
The Board cancelled the
regular County Commission
meeting of December 27,
1983, due to the Christmas
Holidays.


We Carry A Full Line of
OFFICE
SUPPLIES
at The Star
306 Williams Ave.


W










THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1984


Country home: 3 bdrms.,
liv. rm., din rm., 2 baths, 5
acres land, barn, fruit trees,
pecan trees, beautiful
flowers and shrubs. $45,000
in Wewahitchka. Call 1-904-
653-622 or 1-904439-2971.
3tc 1/19
Lot, St. Joe Beach. Well
landscaped on Bay St. Call
648-8926. lt 1/19
One lot & house trailer
with screened porch, car-
port. Also has sun deck, San-
ta Anna St., St. Joe Beach.
$20,000.00. Cal 648-8926.
ltc 1/19
states, Howard Creek. Trailer
w/addition on two (2)
75'x140' lots w/chain link
fence & deep well. Recently
painted and re-roofed. Call
229-8000 after 5 p.m.
tfc 11/17
New Home by owner: 3
bdrm., 2 ba., breakfast rm.,
great rm. cen. h&a, double
garage, inside laundry, close
to schools. Corner of Tapper
and Saunders Circle. $59,000.
Call 229-6913. tfc 10/6
House for Sale: 517 10th
St., Port St. Joe, $28,000.
Owner financing available
with 25% down. Call after 6
p.m., 648-8339. tfc 9/15
For Sale by Owner: 3
bdrm., 2 ba. house, sep. l.r.,
d.r., kitchen & den. Cen.
h&a. Located on 2 lots with
chain link fence. $35,500.
Owner will finance. Located
at 212 6th St., Port St. Joe.
'Call 648-8257. tfc 1/5
For Sale by Owner: 2 bed-
room house facing Bay.
Ch&a, 2 Florida rooms, dbl.
garage, 2% fenced lots. If 'in-
terested call 1-904-877-7818
before noon or after 6 p.m.
Asking $33,500.00. 2tc 1/12
3 bedroom, 1 ba. home, air
#1 cond., carpeting, carport.
'23,500.00. Call 575-2421 col-
lect. tfc 12/8


Land: Must Sell 2 lots,
almost half acre. Land's
Road, Wewahitchka. $5,000
cash. Call collect 912-994-
0362 after 6 p.m. 4tc 1/12






Butler's Greenhouse
Apple trees, apricot, mul-
berry, red nectarines,
peaches, pears, plums,
sweet kumquat, grapefruit,
satsuma, orange, red dog-
wood. Call 648-8926.
White bedroom furniture,
3 pieces. $100. Call 227-1678.
4tc 1/19
Shrimp boat, 45%', 471
rebuilt. Radar, auto pilot,
VHF, c.b., and depth finder.
$20,000. Call 2294449.
4tc 1/19
1974 Honda Civic, $500.
Call 648-5497 after 6 p.m.
tc 1/19


State-wide Homes of Fla.
Mid-Winter Sale Now
In Progress
New 14' wide, 3 bdrm., fully
furnished, for only $149.00
per" month. You owe it to
yourself to come see us at
State-wide Homes
Hwy. 231 North
Panama City, FL
763-4657
1tc 1/17
Sears Cool Spot frostless
freezer, upright, good condi-
tion. Call 639-5778.
2te 1/19
Engine, Ford, 250 engine,
C-4 transmission completely
rebuilt. $600 or best offer.
Apalachicola 653-8240. Itc
1978 Honda 400 Hawk,
automatic, low mileage, best
offer. Call 648-8939 after 6:00
p.m. 2tp 1/12
100 gallon LP gas tank.
$100. Call 648-8556. 2tp 1/12
Firteod for sale, $45:00 a
bd."'1(ut,6 split, stacked.
Hardwood. Jimmy Johnson,
after 3 p.m., 229-8757.
tfc 12/8


Utility tilt trailer,
$350. See at 302 Reid
call 229-8723.
Mobile home, 12'
Joe Beach, cor
Alabama and C
$3,500.00 as is. Cal]
4037 collect.

$25.00 REWA
for Any Sewing M
We Cannot Re[
SPECIAL $9
to clean, oil and ad
sion on your sewin
ine. We guarantee
machine can sew on
ric.
The Sewing Ro
410A Reid Avei
227-1151


WATKINS PROD
229-6023


Mexico Beach, Wate
bayou with dock. 2
bath, liv, din., kitchl
bination. Complete


4x8' bed.
I Ave., or
It 1/19


~s:I FO RNT


rner of 2 bedroom mobile home
)ak St. for rent. Call 648-5229.
1 904-562- tfc 12/15
4tp 1/12 Furnished very nice 2
LRD bdrm. house, auto. heat &
machine air, screened porch, closed
pair garage, fenced yd. Washer &
pair dryer. No Pets. Call 229-6777
just ten- after 7 p.m. tfc 10/20
just ten-
g mach- Furnished small nice 1
ee your bdrm. house, ideal for 1 per-
any fab- son. Auto. heat. No Pets. Call
229-6777 after 7 p.m. tfc 10/20
)om For carpets cleaned the
nue way professionals do it-at a
fraction of the cost, rent
tfc 1/84 Rinse N Vac, the portable
steam carpet cleaning
)UCTS system. Available at
Western Auto, phone
fc 2/2 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.
r on Room for Rent: by day,
r St. on week, month. Air cond., TV.
bdrm., Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302

ely fur- Reid Ave. tfc 10/27


nished. Washer, dryer. Call
Mrs. Carr at 229-8716.
For Rent: 3 bedroom
house, partly furnished at
Mexico Beach. Call after 6
p.m. 227-1420. ltp 1/19
FOR RENT
Beautiful LakeView. One
and two bedroom apart-
ments. Deep water dock. All
utilities paid. Also 2 bdrm.
cottage with deck. Cottage
and apartments furnished.
From $225.00. 639-5212
(Wewahitchka). tfc 12/1
House for Rent in White Ci-
ty: 2 bdrms., Ig. living room,
unfurnished. Deposit re-
quired. Call 229-6825 after
5:00 p.m. 4tp 12/29
Office space for rent, 203
Monument Ave. Desirable
location. Call 229-8697 after 5
P.m. tfc 12/8


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY f
9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 P. O. Bx 1332
T MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
S i--i REAL ESTATE SALES *BEACH RENTALS REALTOR


648-5011 Sales 648-5716 Rentals *
11800-874-5299 (out of State)


BEACHFRONT
Atlantic St. end St. Joe Beach. 3
bd., 2 ba. each side. Deluxe duplex
(under construction now), exclusive
interior designed by a professional
including wallpaper, drapes &
spreads of your choice. (No
furniture). $125.000 ea. side.
Gulf Aire Townhomes, Gulf Aire
Beach between St. Joe Beach & Mex-
ico Beach. 2 bd.. 2b ba.. starting at
$83,500. 3 bd. 2h/ ba. (only 1 left) at
$115,000. Exclusive area, many ex-
tras. top of line construction. All appl.
furnished.
Dolphin Run (Mexico Beach). Hwy. 98
& 9th St. 2 bd., 2Y ba.. $82.000. 3 bd.
21A ba. $92,000. Under car parking.
good rental area. This is pre.
construction priced.
St. Joe Beach 2 bd.. 1 ba. on hwy.
winon-obstructed view. $78.000.
Duplex Beachfront -2 bd.. 1 ba. each
side, $135,000 total. Miramar Dr.
LOTS
Hwy. 98 & 8th St. $64,000- 60' lot, zon-
ed commercial.
Across from Dedicated Beach
(Nothing can be built between you &
beach.) 3 lots, Gulf Aire. One 80' lot
at $65,000; 60' at $39,900 and 75' at
$43,000.
St. Joseph Shores 87' on Gulf.
$75,000 with $30,000 ass. mtg.
MEXICO BEACH
SPECIAL REDUCED: Gulf View
Townhomes, reduced $5,000. Now
$74,900.00. 13% Interest, owner
finance.

Grand Isle 3 bd., 2 ba., den, 2 fire-
places, swimming pool on 2 Ig. lots.
$79,000. _____
4 brand new homes under construc-
tion now, priced from $47,800 to
$52,800 with as little as $1,500 down
on V.A. $3,000 or less for FHA gets
you into these 3 bd., 2 ba. homes.
Paved streets.
Oak Ave. 3 bd., 2 ba. NEW house on-
ly $62,500.
Maryland Ave. 2 trailers with 2 bd., 1
ba. each. $25,000 and $22,000.
Carolina Ave. 2 bd., 1 ba. trailer only
$24,000. ______
Alabama Ave. /2 acre and small
house, $22,000.
8th St. 3 bd., 2 ba. brick on corner
lot, $68,500.
Grand Isle Nan Nook St. 3 bd., 2 ba.
has apt. attached 1 bd., 1 ba. on 2 Ig.
lots, only $80,000.
REDUCED Arizona Ave. Beautiful 3
bd., 2 ba. house with many extras.
$72,000.
Florida Ave. 2 bd., 1 ba. trailer
reducedl $22,000. .
7th St. Beautiful double wide with
many extras. 3 bd., 2 ba. $47,000.


4th St. 2 bd., 1 ba. house newly
painted, $31,500.
Near Mexico Beach. 3 bd., 2 ba.
house with Ig. den on 10 acres, only
$73,000.
4th St. (Alley), 1 bd., 1 ba. $35,500.
Hwy. 386A 2 bd., 1 ba. stilt house on
Ig. lot, $39,500.

MEXICO BEACH
(Beachside)
Circle Dr. Duplex, 2 bd., 1 ba. each
side, total $69.500. (great buy). many
possibilities.
42nd St. Townhouse 2 bd.. 1 '/ ba.
ea. side. 2 story. $89,500 total, good
rental.
41st St. (Under construction). 1 bd.. 1
ba. top of line const.. very much in de-
mand. so won't last long at $41.500.
42nd St. 2 bd.. 1 ba. $63.500 only
10% down at 13/2% int. (Owner
financing)
Circle Dr. Sandpiper No. 1 3 bd.. 2
ba. brick at $79.000. Top renter.
Circle Dr. Sandpiper No. 2 3 bd., 2
ba. brick at $79,000. Great invest-
ment.


34th St. 4 bd.. 2 ba. stilt house, extra
special at $104.000.
35th St. & Hwy. 98 2 bd.. 1 ba. house
-..ily $49.000.
On Hwy. 98 between 23rd & 24th. 3
',,.. 2 ba. with great gulf view only
168.000.
HIGHWAY SIDE
Mexico Beach
REDUCED Hwy. 98 & 28th St. duplex
td.. 1 ba. ea. side. $49.000 total.
Hwy. 98 & 29th St. -Duplex 2 bd., 1 ba.
side. $65.000 total.
Hwy. 98 & 29th St. -Duplex 1 bd.. 1 ba.
a side. $45.000 total.
ST. JOE BEACH
New Listing: TRAILER REDUCED. 3
d.. 2 ba. doublewide on 2 Ig. lots.
16.000. An extra nice buy.
la. Ave. 3 bd.. 2 ba. with 3 lots and
,ny extras. $52.900.
-soto St. 2 bd. I ba. $43.000 with
Owner financing.

BEACON HILL
4th Ave. 3 bd.. 1 ba. house on 3 lots.
$36.000.

TOWNHOUSES
(Not Beachfront)
Mi Casa 2 bd.. 1 V1 ba. fully furnish-
ed. $67,000.
Sandcastle 41st St. 2 bd., 1V, ba.
$59,500 furnished, owner fin.
Blue Water Townhouses 28th St.. 2
bd., 1/2 ba. $59.500.
Casa Del Mar Hwy 98 & 11th St. 2
bd.. 1 V ba $69,000 Furnished.


After Hours: 648-8977
or 648-8939


Warren James 32nd St., 2 bd., 1 VI
ba. $69,500. Furnished.
Sea Side 14th St. 2 bd., 1V2 ba.
$79.500.
Pier Pointe 37th St. 2 bd., 1 / ba.
$75,000.
Casa Del Mar St. Joseph Shores 2
bd., 1V ba. $69,000: 2 bd., 1 ba.
$45,000.
Arena Del Mar beautiful exclusive
duplex in Gulf Aire subd. 3 bd., 2 ba. &
study. $115,000.
Marina Del 42nd St. 2 bd.. 1 ba.
only $49.500. One of best buys on the
beach stucco.
Harrell Townhouse 42nd St. 1 bd.. 1
ba. most desired of townhouses.
because only 1 bd in area. Only
$41.500 under construction now
PORT ST. JOE
125 Bellamy Circle 3 t' I ba Ig.
hnt int ( r tiremninl o, v'i uni couple
homii,. $36.500
510 8th St. Apartment tibildinq only
$45.000
103 Yaupon New brick 3 bd.. 2 ba..
garage, screened porch many extras.
$59.500.
9th St. 4 bd., 2 ba. in good area.
$30,000.
516 9th St. 4 bd.. 1 ba. on 1'. lots,
$23.000.
104 Yaupon Redwood & brick. 3 bd..
2 ba.. $65.000.
Extra Special 3 bd.. 2 ba. only
$75.000. Best area.
Lg. Family here it is. Brick 5 bd.. 2 ba..
8 yrs. old. $95.000.
Palm Blvd. 3 bd.. 2 ba. Only $69.000.
Double car garage, you must see to
appreciate it.
1306 Long Ave.- 2 bd.. 1 ba.. $29.000t
205 Tapper Dr. Ward Ridge. 3 bd..
1' ba.. Ig. lot nice & neat. $36.000.
LOTS IN AREA
Gulf Aire Prices start at $16.700 with
owner financing at 11 z c int. Tennis
courts built now. paved streets.
swimming pool in 84 Underground
utilities.
Beacon Hill Lots starting at $5.000
each. Zoned for trailers.
St. Joe Beach. Several lots with
owner financing at 12%. Some $7.800
ea $1.700 down. Some at $8,800 ea.
with $1.900 down. Others starting at
$8.000 to $12.500. Only '2 block off
water
Sunshine Acres. 1.2.3 & 5 acres with
only $300 down. Owner financing
12"o interest 10 yrs
Wewa, Stone Mill Creek lots only
$300 down.
Several commercial lots &
businesses.
Cape property list is available upon
rerqu'-st.
INDIAN PASS
90'on gulf, 90' on lagoon x 1710' deep
and 2 bd.. 1 ba. peach house.
$135,000.


1972 Pontiac. See at 212
12th St., Port St. Joe.
1979 Fairmont car, $2,500.
Runs good, red & white.
Grandfather clock, $75. 1 %
bed, complete, $65. 227-1542.
ltc 1/19
1974 Ford F100 pickup, 6
cyl., 240 cu. in., 3 speed
auto., am/fm stereo, 1200x15
tires, motor just rebuilt,
$1,250. Call 648-8388 or
648-8334. tfc 1/19
1982 Grand Prix, T-top,
elec. windows, cruise con-
trol, tilt steering, low mile-
age, am/fmn 'cass. stereo,
p.s., p.b., a.c. Call 229-8232 or
229-6017, ask for Kenny.
2tc 1/12
1978,Chevrolet Van Bonan-
za, 350 eng., 125" wheel base,
w. beauville interior, am/fmr
radio, p.s., p.b., a/c, auto.,
heavy duty s.d., tilt steering
wheel, 2-tone paint, needs
minor work. Can be seen at
Land's Landing. Call Joe
Katynsky, 639-5438. Asking
$1,750.00, negotiable. 2tp
1983 200 SX Datsun, fully
loaded, $9,850. Call 648-8560.
tfc 12/22




Want to Buy: 9 h.p. or 25
h.p. Johnson outboard
motor, with or without
starter. Call 648-5329.


Applications will be ac-
cepted in the office of the
Superintendent of Schools in
the Courthouse, Port St. Joe,
Florida until.5:00 P.M., EST,
January 27, 1984, for one
Community Service Director
for the Wewahitchka area.
Application and Job Descrip-
tion are available at the
School Board office in the
Gulf County Courthouse.
Gulf County School Board
is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. 2t 1/19
Career opportunity as St.
Joe representative for one of
Florida's leading life insur-
ance companies. Man we
seek is probably married,
doing well at present job, yet
somewhat impatient with
progress. While applicant
need not have life insurance
experience, he will need am-
bition, determination and
desire to serve others as well
as himself. To this man we
offer a permanent position,
unlimited earning potential,
pension at 60. We offer inde-
pendence of own business,
yet affiliation and support of
a large financial firm. Op-
portunity to move into
management after first
year. For interview phone
Harold Montford at 785-0586.
(Gulf Life Ins. Co.)
itp 1/19
NURSES
We are now hiring LPN's for
all shifts. Full-time or part-
time. Please call Mrs. Judy
Howell at 229-8244. BAY ST.
JOSEPH CARE CENTER.
l, tc 1/19
Experienced banking per-
sonnel needed. Send current
resume and salary require-
ments to P. O. Box 368, Port
St. Joe, FL 32456. Itp 1/19


Public Notices

If you are interested in
taking the next Nursing
Assistant Class please call
648-8482. ltc 1/19
There will be a regular
communication of Port St.
Joe Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M.
every first and third Thurs-
day at 8:00 p.m.
Clinton C. Peterson, W.M.
C. Brogdon, Sec.
tfc 12/15

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEEN-
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY.
CASE NO. 83-216
THOMAS S. GIBSON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RALSTON M. LYNCH,
ELMER W. FITTERY and wife,
LINDA FITTERY.


Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: RALSTON M LYNCH.
whose address is unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose an Agreement for
Deed on the following real property
located in Gulf County. Florida:
Lots Eight (8) and Ten (10). Block
Two (2). Port St Joe Beach Unit
No. One (1). according to the of-
ficial plat thereof on file in the of-
fice of the Clerk ol Circuit Court of
Gulf County. Florida.
AND
Lot 12. Block 2. Port St. Joe Beach
Unit No. One (1) according to the
official plat thereof on file in the
office of the Clerk of Circuit Court
of Gulf County. Florida.
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to or on J. Patrick
Floyd. Esquire. Costin and Floyd. 413
Williams Avenue. Post Office Box 98.
Port St. Joe. Florida 32456. Plaintiff's
attorney. on or before the 30th day of
January. 1984. and file the original with
the Clerk of Circuit Court. either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or im


mediately thereafter: otherwise, a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
ths Court on the 27th day of December.
l1c63.
JERRY GATES.
CIRCUIT COURT CLERK
By: isi Towan Peters. Deputy Clerk
iSEAL) 4t 12/29


SOMETHING DIFFERENT
Proven breakthrough in low
cost housing. National
manufacturer is seeking
reps in select areas for steel
framed homes and complete
line of metal buildings. 60%
more energy efficient, main-
tenance free. $3,950 invest-
ment required, 80% refund-
able. For complete informa-
tion package call Mr. Bruce
at 1-800-433-5555. 2tol1/19


Yard Sale: 883 Hayes
Ave., Highland View. (Can-
celled if raining). Thursday
and Friday, Jan. 19 & 20.
Misc. items.
Yard Sale: Sat., Jan. 21 &
Sun., Jan. 22. Jeans, size
3-11. Toys and lots misc. 8
till. 204 Bay View Dr.,
Highland View. Itp
Garage Sale: Today,
Thursday, 114 Monica Dr.,
Ward Ridge. 8:00 till.


FOR QUICK RESULTS,
USE THE CLASSIFIED


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Tax Preparation &
Bookkeeping
Personal & Business
13 years experience.
EZ form $3.50
Call 229-8998
2tp 1/12
For PAINTING
and REPAIRS
Call 229-8924
Free Estimates
4tp 1/12
W. C. MILES
Now Open for Business
SAW FILING -
SHARPENING
8-4 p.m., 6 days a week
112 1st St. Highland View
Complete LAWN Service
Raking Mowing
Edging 0 Hedge Trim
0 Weed Control 0 Fertilize
Phone 229-8343
for Estimates &
Appointments
tfc 12/22

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.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F,
S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
tfc 1-21

COSTING INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
AllForms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 1/84



Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
Accounting & Income Tax
Service Small Business
& Individual
1040EZ ........... $5.00
1040A ....... +7.00 & Up
1040 ...... $10.00 & Up
Monthly Accounting
Wauneta Brewer Pat Hoheman
Owner Assistant
(Used to be at 116 Monument)
Phone 229-8536



ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS






S -Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work



GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P. O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfc'7--24


1 think it was something I ate



kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


ROOFING
We specialize in Reroofs,
Shingles, Hot Tar & Gravel
28 years experience in
Panama City
Call Bill Mayo
785-7675 or
Jerome Rudd 871-6657
4tpl1/5
RESIDENTIAL
CONSTRUCTION
REMODELING
Call 648-5373
tc 1/5


Carpentry & Concrete
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc 6-5


St. Joseph Bay
Const"ct o
Residential






W. S. (Biff) Quarles
CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING
229-8795 .



SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151


Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


CLEANING
Residential & Commercial
Responsible husband & wife
227-1490
tfc 12/8

Psychological Services f'or
anyone with problems in
day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
Joe. 227-1145 (24 hours). -
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'
Thursday, 7:00 P.M., C.S.T,.
Wewa Medical Center
--

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



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


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue O
p9i0 Port St. Joe, Florida O

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices."





REEVES FURNITURE &

' REFINISHING SHOPPE


* Phone 229-6374


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


PAT'S MATS & FRAMES


406 7th Street


* Mexico Beach, Fla.


Custom Matting & Framing of:
* PAINTINGS PRINTS
* PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDLEWORK

SEE OUR GIFT ITEMS
"QUOTABLES", NOTE CARDS AND ORIGINAL ART.
SPECIAL PRICES ON TOP QUALITY MINI-FRAMES


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


HANNON REALTY, Inc.

(904) 227-1133
FRANK HANNON, Broker ROY SMITH, Sales Associate
MARGELYN WOODHAM, Broker KAREN KING, Sales Associate
-fOMES
OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2:30 to 5:00 at 1904 Monument
Avenue. Superb 4 BR, 3 bath brick home with 3000 sq. ft. of centrally heated
and cooled living space, fireplace in family room, formal living and dining
. combination. A:I this on a spacious lot in excellent neighborhood.
NEW ON THE MARKET: This builder's home has a split bedroom plan affor-
ding the master bdrm.. bath and walk-in closet privacy. This 3 bdrm.. 2 ba.
home has amenities such as wainscoating, wallpaper, recessed lighting.
levelor blinds, custom cabinets not found in homes at this price only
$65,000 less than one year old and a real buy. Call today for an appoint-
ment this one won't last long.
Three bedroom, two bath brick home on 2 lots on st. Joe Beach. Perfect for
the family with'in-ground swimming pool, screened patio, and triple
garage, workshop area. $85.000 and owner is willing to finance at 12% with
25% down.
At $29.000 this 3 bedroom, 1 bath frame home on Long Avenue is a super
starter or retirement home, Located on ample lot with chainlink fencing.
This home is in good repair and presently rented for $250 per month.
Three bedroom. 2 bath modular home on brick foundation with fireplace.
ceiling fans. split bedroom plan. utility area and beautifully landscaped lot
for only $44.000 at Mexico Beach.
This five year old home has 3 BR. 2 ba.. fireplace, den. spacious kitchen.
cen. h/a. Priced at $48.500 and owner is willing to take back second mor-
tgage.
Brick veneer home located on Juniper and 20th St. has new roof and all new
trim. Three spacious bdrms.. 2 baths din. area. living rm. and utility rm. in a
good neighborhood. Owner is asking $39.500 and has a $21.000 assumable
VA mortgage. Owner is also willing to take back a second mortgage of
$7.000. 12%. five years. Make an offer!
COMMERCIAL LOTS
This lot on Reid Avenue has a low down payment and an assumable mor-
tgage. Invest now in this fine commercial location and be ready for the
future!
Lot 60x90' adjacent to beautiful professional building, an ideal office site
for $18.000.
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
UNDER MARKET at $58.000. 100' of gulf frontage on Cape San Bias. over
500' deep. in area of white sands and blue waters Ideal for multi-family
development.
Owner financing available on this 100x158' lot on 7th St.. Mexico Beach.
$10.000.
150' building lot at Ward Ridge. $11.500.
At Indian Pass Beach nice high lot with water view of Gulf for $11.500cash
Buy now before prices increase in this fast-developing area.
330'x132' tract in Wewa. only $2.000.
Two acres more or less at Jones Homestead. $8.500.


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Congratulations to Pam
Sanborn and Keith Jones on
being the recipients of the
PRIDE Awards for Port St.
Joe High in the English and
Social Studies categories
consecutively. PRIDE re-
presents the Program of
RECOGNIZED Initiative
and Distinction in Education,
and these awards are really
something to be proud of!
The Purple Pegasus Poet-
ry Club congratulates two of
PSJ High's students on win-
ning recent poetry contests
sponsored by the club.
Winning the student poetry
contest was Doris Sander.
Lynn Aman won the other,
open to club members only.
Here is one of the winning
poems and I will bring you
the other next week:


gram of the University of
Central Florida and The
Florida Fine Arts Council are
sponsoring the 1984 Florida
Poetry Contest. Cash prizes
($100) are offered to winners
of the following categories:
Published Poet, Non-
Student, Senior Citizen, Uni-
versity Student; High School
Student; Middle School Stu-
dent.
The seventh category is the
Elementary School student
and prizes are: first, $75 and
second, $25. For more infor-
mation on this contest and
Your great opportunity, see
Margaret Biggs.
Recently, a committee of
personnel dealing with the
state's plans for educational
excellence visited Port St.
Joe High, familiarizing us


ketball Team is still going
strong. The Sharks played
Wakulla last Friday night
finishing the game with a
53-46 score favoring Port St.
Joe. They played Rutherford'
Tuesday of this week. They
will play the Blountstown
Tigers this Friday night in
Blountstown with the game
beginning at 7:00 EST. They
will also play Apalachicola
the following Monday (Janu-
ary 23) there at 7:00 EST. Go
get 'em Sharks!
The PSJ Wrestlers defeat-
ed Monticello last Wednes-
day by a huge score of 44-14.
Their next match will be
against Mosley this Thurs-
day, there at 8:00 EST.
Congratulations wrestlers on
your win and Good Luck on
many more!


IS IT REAL OR FANTASY?


When I look up to the sky
and see a fairy floating by
I wonder
Is it real
what I see
or just a mere
fantasy?
The little elf I saw last week
Busily playing hide and seek
Could it have been a tiny frog
Taking refuge
in a hollow log?
I saw a leprechaun yesterday
and made a wish
as it ran away.


The Creative Writing Pro-

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This question I ask, upon inspiration,
Is it just my imagination?
Are these many things I see,
things seen
only by me?
Do others know of things I've said?
Do these weird thoughts fill their head?
Alas
When all is said and done
I'm always back where I've begun
The question asked is plain to see


Is it real
or fantasy?


with those plans for excellen-
ce in our educational system.
The committee answered
questions and provided an
exchange of ideas concerning
the topic and was definitely
appreciated. Florida's edu-
cation is but a mere piece of
our country's and St. Joe, in
turn, a mere piece of that,
however, we take great pride
in preparing ourselves as
future leaders of an informa-
tion age in a "well-informed
country" .

PSJ's Boys' Varsity Bas-


-Doris Sander


The PSJ JV Basketball
Team has also made PSJ
High very proud. They have
a perfect game record, win-
ning every game they've
played thus far! Way to
hustle, boys- keep up the
Great work!

The PSJ Cheerleaders are
sponsoring a dance this Sa-
turday night from 9 'til 12, so
everyone come on- and
BOOGIE I!

That's it for now, but as
PSJ High shines and more
excitement brews, I'll be
here with the Scoops and
more good news!


For Ambulance
Service
Call

227-1115


Shark


ty Chancey, Clay Cox, Lee
Duren, Racheal Dykes, Shan-
non Griffin, Beth Harbour,
Timothy Hatcher, Christie


Grade one: Heavenly Bai-
ley, Kenya Baker, Jamie
Besore, Harlette Bolden,
Lisa Brackin, Kristi Capps,


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1984 PAGE THIRTEEN



School Honor Roll


Elementary

Port St. Joe Elementary McCulley, Joey Newberry,
School announces the Honor Erin Oliver, Jamie Parrish,
Roll for the third six weeks Eric Ramsey, Andy Smith,
grading period. Niki Tannerhill, Adam Tay-
ALL A's lor, Nichole Wilder, Brian
Grade one: Pam Barnhill, Wombles. Kelli Yeager.
Dyshanda Boykins, Christo- Grade three: Dedrick
pher Buchanan, Damien Alexander. Amy Buchanan,
Byrd, Davida Byrd, Shawn Michael Evans, Heather
Carter, Brian Cathey, Nata- Johnson, Crystal Kenning-
lie Gant, Angie Griffin, Chy ton, Jodi Mapes, Nancy
Harrison, Stephen. Hatcher, Munroe, Leah Ray, Chuck
Alice Kennington, Theresa Watson, Timothy Whitfield.
Lee, Minnie Lynn, Clay Ma- Grade four: Pam Bowen,
gidson, Decole McCloud, Scott Boykin, Shelley Camp-
Mark Pate, Jonathan Pierce, bell, Kristy Melvin, Kellie
Eva Quinn, Leigh Simmons, Moree, Patricia Nedley,
Chris Taylor, Joy Weather- Marla Perry.
spoon, Neil WhiteEagle, Grade five: Stephen White,
Fred Willis, Casey Witten. Gwen WhiteEagle.
Grade two: Melissa Ander- Grade six: Timmy Keri-
son, Shannan Antley, Kelly gan.
Burknett Btrvan Butts. Chris- ALL A's and BR's


High School Semester, 6


Weeks Honor Students


Principal Edwin G. Willi-
ams releases names of honor
roll students for the third six
weeks and first semester.
THIRD SIX WEEKS
ALL A's
Seventh grade: Michael
Ramsey.
Eighth grade: Michelle
Hicks.
Ninth grade; Howard L.
Richards, and Nancy Stouta-
mire.
Tenth grade: Martin Per-
ry.
Twelfth grade: Leann
Clenney, Robin Heacock,
Kim Robinson, Marcia Stou-
tamire.
ALL A's and B's
Seventh grade: Karl
(Chris) Bowen, Yolanda
Daniels, Timothy Gary
Davis, Joseph Daniel Evans,
Richard Larry Griffin, Wen-
dy Lee Groos, Stacy Kemp,
Michael Lewter, Mitchell
McChristian, Daniel Moree,
Richard (Phillip) Nedley,
Hannon Smith, Kristin Tot-
man, Robert Van Pieterson.
Eighth grade: Antionette
Adams,'" Christine Falbe,
Shannon Frickey, Terrence
Goldsmith, Debra Anne Har-
degree, Steven Howell,
Christopher Kennington, Kel-
li Kirkland, Ann Laluzerne,
Lisa Mahlkov, Ramon
Peters, LaSagna Quinn, Joe
Ray, Doris Sanders, Melissa
K. Watson, Albert Wood.
Ninth grade: Laura Butts,
April Fadio, Eugene Ford,
Teresa Jones, Randi Mc-
Clain, Gregory Lee Parker,
David M. Staab, Laura Van
Pieterson, Christina Weber,
Pamela Cotter,
Tenth grade: Naomi
Aman, Dawn Grace, Lucre-
tia Hamilton, Tony Kemp,
Sandy King, Lisa Pollock,
Jill Strait, Lisa Vines.
Eleventh grade: Angela
Barbee, Christopher Butts,
Hope Lane, Timothy Mc-
Farland, Annette Minger,
Letha Rice, Paula Ward.
Twelfth grade: Staci An-
gerer, Tony Beard, Debbie
Beasley, Stacy Creel, Donna
Jones, Kim Landano, Traci
McClain, David Miller,
Robin Shurrum, George T.
Williams, Brandy Wood, Me-
lissa Wood.
Eleventh grade, VE: Mi-
chael Parson.
ALL B's
NONE
SEMESTER HONOR ROLL


ALL A's
Seventh grade:


Groos, Michael Ramsey,
Kristin Totman.
Ninth grade: Howard Ri-
chards, Nancy Stoutamire.
Tenth grade: Martin Per-
ry.
Twelfth grade: Leann
Clenney, Marcia Stoutamire.
ALL A's and B's
Seventh grade: Stacy
Barnhill, Karl (Chris) Bow-
en, Lance Campbell, Yolan-
da Daniels, Timothy Gary
Davis, Joseph Daniel Evans,
Casi Anita Grady, Ka Tonya
Gardner, Richard Larry
Griffin, Carolyn Howell,
Stacy Kemp, Patricia Lee,
Michael' Lewter, Margaret
Christine Maige, Mitchell
McChristian, Tracy Melvin,
Daniel Moree, Kristie Mould-
er, Richard (Phillip) Nedley,
George Newsome, Hannon
Smith, Sean Perry Sullivan,
Pauline Taylor, Robert Van
Pieterson, Christopher Wahl.
Eighth grade: Christine
Falbe, Tracy Fields, Debra
Anne Hardegree, Michelle


Hicks, Steven Howell; Ann
Laluzerne, Lisa Mahlkov,
LaSagna Quinn, Joe Ray,
John Richter, Doris Sander.
Ninth grade: Laura Butts,
Teresa .Cannon, Debbie
Davis, April Fadio, Teresa
Jones, Gregory Lee Parker,
David M. Staab, Laura Van
Pieterson, Lauren Wain-
wright, Christina Weber.
Tenth grade:- Naomi
Aman, Dawn Grace, Lucre-
tia Hamilton, Michelle Jen-
kins, Brett Kelley, Tony
Kemp, Sandy King, Sharon
Miller, Jill Strait, Lisa Vines.
Eleventh grade: Angela
Barbee Christopher Butts,
Hope Lane, Annette Minger,
Letha Rice, Paula Ward.
Twelfth grade: Vicki Bar-
low, Tony Beard, Debbie
Beasley, Tiffany Burns, Sta-
cey Creel, Bobby Hayes,
Robin Heacock, Traci Mc-
Clain, Brandy Wood, Melissa
Wood, George T. Williams.
ALL B's
Ninth grade: Eugene Ford.
Twelfth grade: Seth How-
ell, and David Miller.


April Little, Sherry Ludlam,
Lacrethia Middleton, John
Moulder, Arion Nickson,
Tina Rich, Tina Smith, Julie
Stewart, Michael Watson,
Travis Williams, Jeanine
Wood.
Grade four: Tenesa
Adams, Chad Arrant, Norton
Arrant, Joy Carter, Teleshi
Daniels, Mari-Pat Donohoe,
Elitha Gant, Larry Hatcher,
Rachel Higdon, Brian Hill,
Jason Lee, Brian Lemieux,
Jeff Little, Jeff Newberry,
Mathew Pate, Felisha Pitt-
man, Paquetta Thomas,
Jason White, Jamey Wilder,
Jason Witten.


Grade five: Lisa Atkins,
Derrick Chitty, Dale Even-
sen, Scott Godwin, Kyle
Griffin, Erich Hohman, Ron
Kegley, Blake Little, Rachel
McCulley, Vivian Miller,
Paxton Rogers, Ben Russ,
Matthew Taylor.
Grade six: Jim Anderson,
Kim Buchanan, Larry Byrd,
Mark Godwin, Kenneth Mo-
nette, John Moore, Tammy
Pelt, Amanda Thomas.
Exceptional Student Edu-
cation, Grade one: Randy
Woullard.
Exceptional Student Edu-
cation, Grade three: Bennon
Thompson.


Scoops

from Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School


NOTICE



You have only a few days to sign up

for water at the reduced rate.


The Board of County Commissioners

of Gulf County, adopted ordinance

number 84-1, January 10, 1984, to proceed

with the St. Joe Beach system. This ac-

tion by the Board shows our willingness

to provide this needed service to the peo-

ple of this area. Your response during the

sign up period has been satisfactory,

however, we will not be granted permis-

sion by the government to advertise and

receive bids for construction until at least

75% of the customers needed have sign-

ed up for water. Any delay on your part

will delay the start of construction.



A public meeting is scheduled

for 6:00 p.m., January 19, 1984, at

the St. Joe Beach Fire Station.

Those who desire to make the

$75.00 deposit may do so at the

public hearing.



EVERETT OWENS,
Chairman, Board of County Commissioners,
Gulf County


Wendy


Gulf County
School Lunch


Menus
Monday, January 23
Hoagie sandwich, potato
salad, baby lima beans, and
milk.
Tuesday, January 24
Fish, cabbage slaw, baked
beans, hush puppies, and
milk.
Wednesday, January 25
Macaroni and cheese, ham
sticks, fruit mix, early peas,
buttered rolls, pudding, and
milk.
Thursday, January 26
Corn dog, French fries,
sliced peaches, cake, and
milk.
Friday, January 27
Chicken with rice, green
beans, fruit jello, rolls, and
milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.


Dave Davis, Chelesta Daw-
son, Jeff Dixon, Teresa
Evensen. Johnny Gainer,
Shannon Gant, Michael Gar-
rett, Shaunna Griffin, Aisha
Harris, Tawanda Jenkins.
Michael Leslie, Delana Lin-
ton. Mandricka Miller, Chris-
topher Mock, Michael Mock,
Charlotte Peterson, Katie
Richardson, Randy Strick-
land, Laura Weber, Shelly
Weston.
Grade two: Stephen Ailes,
Clint Campbell, Charles
Chambers, Sonny Dunnigan,
Corey Dupree, Kara Hogue,
Chris Lambert, Kevin Lee,
Shalonda McNeal, Rusty
Minger, Chris Nixon, Pausha
Pendarvis, David Pool, Ta-
rus Riley, Mandi Stafford,
Mindy Whitfield, Richard
Wood, Bill Wyatt.
Grade three: Cedrick Alex-
ander, Bradley Buzzett, Tap-
pan Gandy, Kendall Hogue,


BY MELISSA WOOD


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


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Gal 52HIGHLAND VIEW

y CHURCH OF GOD

I TEMPERANCE a "Where Jesus Christ Is King
U. z & God's Love Is An
S k U Everflowing Fountain"
- SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... 10:00A.M.
GOODNESS MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00 P.M.
T WEDNESDAY EVENING 7.00PM
Pastor Ira J. Nichols





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Foodliners .a
Port St Joe and Wewahitchka
Prices Good Jan. 18-24, 1984


j BULK RATE
U.S. POSTAGE
8.4' PAID.
Permit No. 3
Wewahitchka, Fla.


No one worldly
organization, church,
or person, holds all the
secrets or answers.
When such a promise is
made, beware, there
are usually ulterior
motives.
I Cor. 2:13-14


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USDAACHOIC

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6 1 15 LBS.
EXPIRES JAN. 24, 1984
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE
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Heinz Catsup .... ..... .. . . 32oz.
IGA Tomato Sauce ...... .......... ... can
Mueller'sNoodles .... ..... ........... ... 12 oz.
Hunt's Tomato Sauce ..... ............ s
Hunt's Tomato Paste .................... oz.
Sunshine Krispy Saltines................. o.1
Martha White Corn Muffin Mix ............ 7.V12.
Heinz Worcestershire Sauce .............. 1o0o.
Pillsbury Mashed Potatoes ............... 16.
Kraft Strawberry Preserves .............. is oz


USDA Choice TOP


USDA Choice TOP
Round Steak

Lb. $208


USDA Choice
Rump or Sirloin Tip
B'nless Roast

Lb. 28


USDA Choice WHOLE
(Cut & Wrapped Free)
Sirloin Tips
Lb. $198
Lb.


USDA Choice Tablerite
Extra Lean
Stew Beef
Lb.$198
Lb. A


$119
2/89'
69C
4/$loo
3/$100oo
69'
4/$loo
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$139
$159


Tablerite Lean
(3 Lbs. or More)
Ground Chuck
Lb$158
Lb. J|


Tablerite Premium Grade FRYER Fresh Fryer Hormel Smoked or
Skinned & Deveined (Family Pak) LIVERS & Red or Black Pepper Sunnyland Sliced
Beef Liver Legs & Thighs GIZZARDS Cooked Ham Cooked Ham
6Q9 88C 59C $108 $2,8
Lb.69Lb. 88' Lb.59 4oz. 108 oz..2
Bryan's Jumbos or Family Pak Lykes Power Pal
Red Hot Gwaltney's Sunnyland Whole Hog Pig Feet, Tails RED HOTS or
Dinner Franks Great Dogs Sausage Patties or Neckbones Smoked Sausage

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Shampoo.
CONTACT COUGH
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SECRET ROLL-ON
Deodorant


IGA
Petite Rolls
IGA
Cake Donuts
IGA
SVienna Brea


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ID'S $2
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DELICATESSEN
$2592
Dinners ............ 9 &Up
2 Pc. Chicken, 2 Potato Logs, 1 Roll $169
Chicken Snack Box ........

Hot Dogs .,...........
BAKERY

Birthday Cakes ........ I 50up
$159
Fresh Doughnuts....... dozen 1

Long Johns ............ 3/

Jelly Doughnuts......... $100
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IGA VEGETABLE
Oleo Quarters .. 2 ,88
KRAFT AMERICAN $ 149
Cheese Singles .. 12o1. 4I
BALLARD
Biscuits........ 4pk 09
Sour Cream ..... L89o.

MEADOW GOLD ROUNDS $ 79
ICE CREAM ... 0. 1
IGA -2 Lb. Pkg.
Crinkle Cut Potatoes 99C


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$149
79c

99C


Kraft Mac. & Cheese Dinners ............. 7% 0.
Kraft Bacon & Tomato Dressing ............ a so
Kellogg's Corn Flakes............. .... .
Sunsweet Prune Juice .. .. ..... . . 32oz.
Carnation Hot Cocoa Mix ................ .120.
Old El Paso Taco Shells . .............. 4
Old El Paso Taco Sauce ............... so.
Planter's Snacks . . . ...
Dial Soap.............................. B.
Nabisco Oreo Cookies . . . . 20 o.


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