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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: May 31, 1984
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880


THE. STAR


FORTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NUMBER 40


Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People--Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1984


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Drama


ain in Test Scores


Highest Per ntage of Students ver, Pass SSAT Eams


Since increasing the 10th grade
, SSAT-II Mathematics scores was the
Gulf County School System's top priority
/for the 1983-84 school year, it was a
satisfying experience for school person,
nel as scores of 97 percent in communica-
tions and 98 percent in mathematics
arrived in the School Board office last
week.
The Communications scores on a
newly, beefed-up version of the test were
equal to the 1982-83 SSAT-II scores while
the Mathematics scores jumped from the
1982-83 low of 68 percent to an- all time
high for Gulf County of 98 percent. In
commenting on the improvement Super-
Sintendent Walter Wilder stated, "This
increase of 30 percent on a test which was
based on new skills and had increased
difficulty can be attributed to a combined
effort of the faculties and students."


Information received this week
f' m the State Department, revealed
tft Gulf County students scored
substantially above the state average.
In Gulf County, 97 percent of the
students in the 10th grade, passed the
communications portion of the special
testing program. Statewide, only 91
percent of the 10th grade students
passed.
In the mathematics portion of the
test, 98 percent of Gulf County
students passed while only 87 percent
passed statewide. "Our kids scored
more than 10 percent, on average,
above state averages", Wilder said.
The test results earned by Gulf
County students this year, were the
highest percentages ever recorded in


the entire state in this particular
testing program up to this date.
"There may be some distri'ict some-
where Which made higher than Gullf
County this year", Wilder said. "We
don't have all the results from the
entire state in yet. However, it is safe
to say Gulf County students have one
of the highest averages of passing.
which exists in the state toda'. We
may even have the highest", Wilder
concluded.

As the skill of the week and tutorial
programs were enthusiastically utilized
by the school staffs, the students
caught this concerned enthusiasm and
began to work, intensely on correcting
mathematics deficits. The results which
these efforts, produced pushed Gulf


County from a low ranking last year to,
possibly'second in the state in Mathema-,
tics SSAT-II scores. "Indeed, a story of
hard work producing desirable results,"
Wilder said.
The 10th grade SSAT-I results also
herald a success story with jumps of
from two percent to seven percent on the
Reading, Writing, and Mathematics
section of the test. The smaller gain was
in Reading, where the scores modestly
jump from 90 percent ,for the 1982-83
school year, to 92 percent for the 1983-84
school year.
Mathematics scores jumped from 82
percent to 88 percent for a gain of six
percent over last year's scores, while
Writing took the biggest leap moving
from 86 percent to 93 percent to surpass
last year's scores by seven percent.


"Coach" Marion Craig bids farewell to"'his kids"' at a
retirement party in the Coliseum Monday. Craig is retiring
after 37 years here in Port St. Joe. -Star photo



37 Years


Is Enough for Popular
Teacher "Coach Craig"

In a tearful farewell on the last day of school Monday,
the faculty and student body of Port St. Joe High School said
its goodbyesto perhaps the most colorful, at times one of
the most .ontroversial, 'but certainly the most pgipular,.
instructor to ever graced the doors of the school. '
-.. tm" ^t-tudiragfthilvaOf.4tipeiilrthti l ic f Po, t St.'
Joe-4j.Mlarion "Cpa.''Craig;.was. hanging up his spilkies
.- aurdclangitacareer.as he announced hti'retirement trqm'
: the .l6cil faculty and from the business.
S' Exlding a career which spanned the years since 1947,
-.Craig aas served as .coach, athletic director, .teacher,
Superintendent .of.. Schools and father, confessor to
thousands of:students over the last 37 years with the clear
indication that they loved him and he loved them.
Craig came -to Port.St. Joe as football, basketball,
track, and baseball coach in 1947. If the school had fielded a
tiddly-winks team, he would have been coach of that, too.
Marion Craig was "The Coach"! And he was "The
Coach" for 16 years.
Craig was elected as Superintendent of Schools in 1964
and served two four-year terms at that position.
For the past 12 years, Craig has been the instructor of
Civics 7 at the high school and supervisor of the annual
spelling bee competition.
Monday. Superintendent of Schools, Walter Wilder said
there would be a resolution introduced before the School
Board during the summer to name the Coliseum the "'R.
Marion Craig Coliseum" in honor of the retiring instructor.
It was during Craig's tenure as Superintendent that the new
high schools and gymnasiums in the county were built. As if
that were the only reason he had become Superintendent,
Craig elected not to seek re-election again when the
buildings were built and put to use.
While Craig may have stirred up a few parents over the
years, he has always had the undying devotion of the kids.
This devotion was expressed in the wild manner in which he
was greeted as he entered the Coliseum for his "'retirement
P$ party" Monday at noon. The celebration moved into an
informal reception in the Commons Area, where "his kids"
came tip for a hand shake, a hug or a friendly cuff on the
seat of the pants.


Sunshine Homecoming 2



Reid Ave. Turned Into Gi ant Market


All day Saturday, it will be
"Sunshine Homecoming" in
Port St. Joe and the Mer-
chant's Association has
planned a big day, outside, on
Reid Avenue, to allow every-
one to join in welcoming the
summer season.
Reid Avenue will be turned


into a giant mall all day long
Saturday, from Fifth Street
to Second Street.
The sale will also be
unusual in that private in-
dividuals have been asked to
bring their "yard sale" and
"garage sale" operations to
the street and join in with the
merchant's big push for a
day, of. festivities and shop-
, ping.
"We want to make the day
as informal and casual as
possible and .till,)off'er' a
.. chancfor peopleto sell what
. they have and merchants to
do a little business, also",
Wayne Taylor, president- of
the Merchants' Association
said. Taylor pointed out the
day is being planned around
the flea market concept with
merchants and private in-
dividuals offering bargains
and unusual deals all day
long. "We feel the concept
will be unique enough to
(Continued on Page 3)


J. E. (Eddie) Carnley

Announces House


for Sheriff
J. E. (Eddie) Carnley
announced this week he will
be a candidate for the office
of Sheriff of Gulf County in
the Fall election. Carnley ws
born in Gulf County in 1943.
He and his wife, Elizabeth
McLemore Carnley reside at
Dalkeith with their son, and
two daughters.
Carnley says he is interest-
ed in equal and fair treat-
ment for everyone, and is
especially interested in the
young people, of Gulf County.


SHattawaly Is Third Person

to& Seek Clerk of Court Job


Wyvonne Griffin Hattaway
of Pert St. Joe announced
this week she intends to be a
candidate.for the position of
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Gulf County. Mrs. Hattaway
was a candidate for this
Position, four years ago re-
ceiving 44 percent of the
votes cast. .:" '.. .
Wyvonne is thedaughter of
Buford & Ruth Griffin of Port
St. Joe, and the daughter-in-
law of J. B. and Dolores
Hattaway of Mexico Beach.
She graduated with honors
from Port St. Joe High
School, and continued her
education at Gulf Coast Com-
munity, College making the
Dean's List several semes-
ters.
.. The proposed candidate is
currently employed by the
State' of Florida, and works
for the Gulf County Court as
a Judicial Assistant. She has
been employed in this posi--
tion for the past seven years.
Prior to her employment
with the County Court she


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Wyvonne Griffin Hattaway
served four years at the Gulf
County Sheriff Department
as Civil Clerk. Wyvonne has
received educational certifi-


cates for her training in
judicial pl'ocedures, and cer-
tificates of appreciation for
her assistance in on-the-job
training of young students in'
secretarial procedures.
Mrs. Hattaway has con-
tinued her education in the
past two years, and has
Completed the required State
educational 'programs re-
ceiving her license to operate
in the State of Florida as a
real estate broker. She has
recently opened a real estate
Brokerage business in Wewa-
hitchka.
Wyvonne has long been
active in serving the com-
munity, and at present is
serving as a board member
for the Panhandle Alcohol-
ism Council. She is the wife of
Steve Hattaway, employed
with Sylvachem Chemical
Corp. They have been marri-
ed for ten years and,have one
son, John Joseph Hattaway.
They attend the Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church.


Votes


Funds

The Florida house voted
Monday, to award the Robert
Leroy Davis family more
than $2.7 million as settle-
ment for a court damage
decision awarded by the
courts as the result of a
collision by the Davis vehicle
with a Port St. Joe fire truck
in 1981.
In the collision, Davis'
father, Earl Robert Davis
was killed and his son,
Robert Leroy Davis, Jr.,
suffered injuries which par-
alyzed him from the waist
down. The Davis vehicle and
the fire truck collided at the
intersection of p-ighways 98
and 71.
The family has been in the
courts since the accident,
seeking an award for dam-
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Names Left Off
Grad Story
The Star regrets leaving
out one of the award presen-
tations at Port St. Joe High
School's graduation program
last Monday. Inadvertently,
the recipients of the Rotary.
Club awards were omitted
from the article.
The Rotary Awards are
given to the student which is
determined as having the
best attitude for determined
success. Winners of the
award were Trish Tapper
and Seth Howell.
The Star regrets failing to
include the giving of this
award in last week's gradua-
tion story.


Remembered on Memorial Day
n emem *' f *


: Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion
posts honored Gulf County's war dead Monday, in short
Memorial Day ceremonies and memorials erected for
the day.
As the sun came up Monday morning, members of'
the Willis V. Rowan, Post 116, American Legion, erected
a cross and an American flag for each Gulf County man
Skilled in a war since World War II. The display was
Splayed in the Fifth Street median at the intersection of


Highways 71 and 98.
The John C. Gainous, Post 10069, Veterans of
Foreign Wars, held a short memorial service on the
front steps of City Hall in memory of veterans killed in
action. /
The photo above shows the flag being hoisted in the
VFW memorial service and the photo below'shows the
flag and cross display erected by the American Legion.
-Star photos


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Editorials and Comments


THE STAR
THURSDAY, MAY 31. 1984 PAGE T


i Results



Dram(

The school year has now come
to a close. The doors are shut to
; the students and, except for, those
i who are enrolled in summer school,
.the vacation time has started.
Just before school was out,
. l.^word came down from wherever
::such words come from, that the
system had improved dramatically
in its SSAT testing programs. This
is the testing which determines
how well students are doing in a
given school. Here in Gulf County,
97 percent of the students passed
"the tests in communications and 98
percent passed the mathematics
Portion.
You can't do much better than
-'Ithat. If a school comes up with a 99
-.i' percent or a 100 percent score
'. somewhere down the line, we can
all harbor our suspicions that there
is something wrong somewhere.
The scores' in mathematics
skills took the most dramatic jump
of every program tested under the
state-approved method. Here in
Gulf, students leaped from a
pos foibron f'68 -perdent of the
.,- students passing the test last year
S.to the almost perfect 98 percent this
year. That's 30 percentage points in
one year.
Superintendent of Schools Wal-
I ter Wilder labels the results as
"hard work producing desirable
results". We would equate the
-" improvement to more of a miracle,
-,even though we recognize that the
; miracle traveled on the feet of hard
S" work.
Unofficially, it was learned



u Only Month
n n


Sometimes it may not register
with us as to how much money our
government spends each and every
.- month. Even with the growing
national debt and the almost
monthly meetings to raise the debt
r to allow the nation to borrow more
money, it still is a little mysterious
'", when we begin talking about just
how much money Uncle Sam takes
out of the bank 'each and every'
:,month.
SAll of us remember April. You
7 know, the month we all have to
..cough up our income tax, if it
S hasn't all been paid before hand.
SWe remember how much money
we sent to Washington last month
:and how we would hate to send that
much- money in every month.
According to a government
'- l S


Improve



Stoically

-that the scores reached by Gulf
County students were the best in
the state. That covers a lot of
territory and makes us even more
proud of the accomplishments for
this year.
We couldn't quite make it as
best in the state in football this
year. The basketball team was
excellent but lacked a little matur-
ity before becoming the best in the
state. The baseball team, with an
excellent season's record, had that
bad day all baseball teams have
and lost their bid for state
superlatives.
Our brains didn't fail us,
however. From mediocre to best in
the state in one school year is
something to celebrate. We prob-
ably won't get a trophy for it, but a
trophy for scholastic improvement
and accomplishment would look nice
sitting front and center in the
school's trophy case. It could serve
as sort of a center piece for the
many sporting trophies earned by
the athletes at the two high schools
over the years.

Maybe we're too quick to
criticize our teachers at times.
Maybe we allow familiarity 'to
cause us to appreciate them
more. One thing is for sure; when it
gets put down on paper like it did
this year as school was closing
down, it's a convincing argument
that our teachers have done a.
whale of a job this year in bringing
the accomplishments of our stu-
dents to a point which is probably.
higher than they have ever been.


In the, Black

report last week, the month of April
was the only month this year the
government has taken in as much
money as it spent. Isn't a comfort-
ing thought to know we would have
to send in that much money every
month if we kept the nation
solvent? Do you have a grasp', now,
on just how much Washington has
to borrow to pay the bills each and
every month? Does it make you
nervous?
We've been doing this kind of
financing for years, now. If the
time ever comes to start paying it
back, it'll probably take us longer
to pay off than it took to get this far
in our history, beginning with a
group of rebels who didn't, approve
of such financial operations by
their king.


KE.S

By: Kesley Colbert
None of my usual chit chat
today I've got a public ser-
vice announcement to.make.
This should'also serve.as'a
special warning to the folks
who live on Garrison
Avenue. You need to keep
your children out of the front
yard for a few, weeks and
please don't park along the
side of the road. On second
thought you might ought to
-pull your car into the back
yard and hide it. As a matter
of fact, if your entire family
could stay inside the house
for a few days you might
be wise to do so.
You see my wife got a new
car. It's a yellow and brown
one; I don't know much
about cars, but if you see it
coming, please give it lots
and lots of room. My wife
doesn't actually' drive a
car-she just kind'a aims it
in the general direction she
wants to go and then lets her
rip.
She said she was a little re-


- Varooooommmmmm


luctant to get rid of our old
one -said she was just get-
ting the "feel" of it. We'd
had the car for six and a half
years. Of course she likes
this hew one; she allows that
she'll drive better now that
she can see over the steering
wheel. I contend that when
you've got your eyes -closed
it doesn't matter if your head
is above or below the steer-
ing wheel.
I got a chuckle out of our
new neighbors a couple of
weeks ago. They worked
hard all day taking down this
chain link fence they had in
their front yard. I mean they
really worked to get that
fence down. I should have
done the neighborly thing
and sent Cathy over there.
She could have pulled into
their driveway and backed
out a couple of times and
flattened that fence in no
time.
We got a station wagon, or
I should say, Cathy got a sta-
tion wagon. The last station
wagon I saw that I really lik-


ed was that old one they used
to have on the Roy Rogers.
show. Now, come on, I know
you remember it-Roy and
the boys used it to haul
greenhorns back and forth
from town the dude ranch. It
had real wood on the sides.
Of course Roy never drove it
as he didn't want to hurt
Trigger's feelings. Come to
think of it, maybe if my wife
had a horse...
But listen now, don't get
the wrong idea, I'm thrilled
that we got a wagon. As a
matter of fact I wouldn't
have dreamed of buying any-
thing else. About six years
ago Cathy wanted to get a'
station wagon but wiser
heads prevailed and we pur-
chased an everyday, run of
the mill, nice, ordinary car. I
kind'a liked it. Well my wife
is a good sport and she didn't
get mad- or go nuts because
she didn't get a wagon, but
from that day 6 years ago un-
til last Wednesday every-
time a station wagon passed
us or we passed one or we


xnet one coming down the
road or we saw one parked
on the side of the road she'd
say "There's a nice looking
car sure wish we had one,
like that those folks pro-
bably have a couple of.
children and I bet they're not
crowded". And when our
boys would get to fighting in
the front seat,, boy howdy,
she'd have a field day on the
virtues of a station wagon.
Like I say, she'd never get
upset and she always was so
calm and polite about it but
she never missed an oppor-
tunity not one in 6 years -
to mention we might have
been better off with a wagon.
Well, I'm not too quick on the
uptake but I got the message
and I got the message and I
got the message... I'd come
home from a rough day at
work and she would meet me
at the back door with
"Honey, Bob and Jane just
bought a new car; guess
what kind they got?"
What would you have
done? I finally went out and


wo


bought the first station
wagon I saw. I didn't even
wait for the sales talk about
how it was the best buy on
the lot, owned by a little old
lady schoolteacher who just
drove it to the school house
and back and it was down
hill both ways.
So thengriraid short of all
of this is my wife is happy
and behind the wheel So
please be on the look out if
you should see her coming,
head for the hills, climb a
tree and learn to fly. If you
want to watch, please do it
from a safe distance behind
a concrete barrier. And
when she goes by don't
bother to wave; remember,
her eyes are closed.
Now, I can't wait until we
get out on the road and one of
those motor homes passes us

Respectfully,
Kesley

P.S. I have enjoyed writing
these articles, and I ap-
preciate your kind com-
ments. Somehow I feel that
this is the last one.


'Stop the Presses- Port St. Joe Housewife Wants Husband to Buy Pickup


IT'S NOT OFTEN this space is
'taken up two weeks in a row with the
same subject. This is one of those
weeks and I wouldn't be using the
same subject two weeks in a row, now,
. except something important has come
- up. What I'm going to lay on you now
is heavy stuff. It is an unusual
happening which is bound to change
the course of a few lives.
The piece this week could be
likened unto "Dallas". "Dynasty", or
any of the several part programs
which are flooding the TV these days.
This is one of your continued pieces.
The only difference is, there is nobody
in this piece making out with
someone's wife, and this story needs
to be told.
++ + + +
REMEMBER, LAST WEEK. I
told you about Tom Ford's pick-up
.-truck stopping on him at the corner
near the hospital? Do you remember
that Tom had trouble getting the rusty
bucket cranked up and going again?
.sThis is the same pick-up truck Tom
.has parked all over town, because it
4 refused to go any farther on certain


days in certain spots. Tom puts a lot of
faith in this old pick-up. He drives it
down into the woods, to work of a
morning and even to church if it isn't
absolutely vital that he get there on


has this habit of quitting every once in
a while and defies any and all efforts
- to get it going again until it takes a
notion.
You remember, I gave up ever;


ETA OINSHRDLU

By: WE


time, or that he get there at all
Tom's pick-up truck is fast getting
into a category with Harry Lee
Smith's NAPA i He says it is a NAPA
because over the years, every part
has been replaced) and Bill Brown's
hybrid.
If a beauty contest were held
between pick-up trucks in town.
Tom's would win in this trio because it
IS the best looking of the three. It just


able transportation in town. To put it
mildly, it runs erratically.
NOW, TO THE part you won't
believe and the action which made


esley R. Ramsey


tasting that fresh flounder he promis-
ed to bring me, when his pick-up truck
stopped and died. I was certain it was
there for the night and I started
walking away fast, before Tom
enlisted my services to push it over
into the ditch beside the road to keep it
out of harm's way until it decided to
run again.
All this is to say that Tom's
pick-up truck isn't your most depend-


this second installment in the saga of
"Tom's Truculent Truck" a necessity.
Thursday afternoon, I was walk-
ing into the Dixie Youth field complex
to watch a couple of grandsons play
baseball, when I met Dawn Ford,
heading for the refreshment stand.
She met me on the entrance path with
a wide grin spilling all over her face
and gushed (as only Dawn can) "Oh,
Wesley, I'm so glad you wrote that


piece about Tom's truck. I have been
trying to shame him into getting a new
one. Maybe this will do the trick!"
How about that!
Here is a wife who WANTS her
husband to buy a new pick-up truck.
Who ever heard of such a thing!
Wives are supposed to pout from
one new moon until the next and feed
her husband the same brand of cereal
for breakfast every morning for two
weeks when he dares to even mention
buying a new pick-up truck.
What's with Dawn?
Wives and new pick-up trucks are
supposed to be anathema to one
another. Wives and new pick-up
trucks go together about like wives
and new boats and motors, a
registered bird dog or a third shotgun.
Even though each and every item are
necessities of life, wives are not
supposed to encourage their acquisi-
tion. A used pick-up truck can be
eased into the yard without too much
problem; but, a new one? Come on,
now!
It could be that Tom has some


secret potion or a few words he
mentions every once in a while to
cause his Wife to insist that he
purchase a new pick-up truck. He may
even wash windows or vacuum the
rug, or wash dishes. I've never tried
any of these free and willing, so they
might just be the secret formula
which has his wife making such an
absurd suggestion.
I couldn't believe it. I staggered
from the blow of unbelief, over to the
bleachers and even sat in the sun until
the shock wore off and I realized
where I was. Then I moved to the
shade.
I'M TELLING YOU this story for
one of two reasons:
1. Tom may have been surprised
at Dawn's attitude, too; which could
be the reason I never did get my fresh
flounder. He simply forgot, he was so
overcome by surprise.
2. I'm telling this story for Tom, if
he doesn't already know it-so he can
rush right out this very minute and
buy himself a new pick-up truck
before his wife comes to her senses.


Tides
The tide action in St.
Joseph's Bay is shown in the
tide table below. High and
low tides for each day of the
upcoming week are listed in


their respective columns.
High Low
May 3110:08 a.m. 8:51p.m.
June 10:53a.m. 9:42p.m. (
June 11:47a.m. 10:35p.m.
June 3 12:27p.m. 11:27p.m.
June 1:13p.m. 12:06a.m.
June 5 12:59 p.m.
June 6 2:27 p.m. 12:49 a.m.
June 7 12:54 p.m. 12:42 a.m.


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ages from the City's iflsto
aace carrier, A state law in
effect at the time, limited the
City's liability and only this
liability limit was covered by
insurance. Since the award
was considerably higher than
the state law limits, the
Legislature must be petition=
ed by the courts to pay the
amount over the limit,
A total of $3.16 million has
been awarded the family by
the courts. The City and ite
insurance carrier Traveler,
have paid the family over
500,e000 already, TMe DavI-
es are attemptng to cwklet
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considered by the eiat@.
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his injuries and medical
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Mrs. Davis, who was not in
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Engineering.
A 1966 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School, Dr. Barnes
attended the University of
South Florida and received
both the Bachelor of Science
and the Master of Science
Degrees in Electrical Engi-
neering in -1975. He then
taught at the University of
South Florida and Gulf Coast
Community College. After
returning to graduate school,
he worked as a research
engineer with the Georgia
Institute of Technology En-
gineering Experiment Sta-
tion. Since 1980, Dr. Barnes
has been working with the
Naval Coastal Systems Cen-
ter in Panama City, where he


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Barnes of Port St. Joe. He is passed away Tuesday mor-
married to the former Mar- ning in an Atlanta, Ga.,
lene Werner of Miami. They hospital; following a short
have two daughters, Becki illness.
and Christi.


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Funeral services will be
held Friday afternoon, at
2:00 p.m., from Long Avenue
Baptist Church.
All other details were still
undetermined at press time
Wednesday.

Mother of
Local Resident
Dies May 28

Mrs. Berta Susan Savage,
78, Route 1, Caryville, died
May 28 in a Panama City
nursing home.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday from the Lake
View Methodist Church. Bur-
ial was in Lake View Ceme-
tery in Washington County.
Survivors include two sons,
Jimmy Savage of Port St.
Joe and Gilbert W. Savage of
Royal Oak, Mich.; three
sisters, Mrs. Gladys Smith
and Miss Theresa Yates of
Chipley and Mrs. Jewell
Dority of Hayward, Calif.;
five grandchildren; three
great grandchildren.


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PAGE FOUR


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1984


Miss Joy Rena Williamson and


Phillip Nolan Densmore, Jr. Wed-


Joy Rena Williamson and
Phillip Nolan Densmore, Jr.
were united in marriage May
4 at the Highland View
Assembly of God Church in
Port St. Joe. The Rev. Jean
Shoots performed the candle-
light, double ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Willi-
amson of Port St. Joe. She is
the granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Williamson
and Mrs. Decima Raffield,
all of Port St. Joe, and the
late Robert L. Raffield.
The bridegroom is the son
*of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Nolan
Densmore, Sr. of Marshall,
Michigan. He is the grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. George
Kachmar of Marshall, Michi-
gan, Leloa Sheeks of Port
Richie, and the late Ernest
Sheeks.
:Nuptial music was per-
rmed by organist Mrs.
Marie Wynn, pianist Mrs.
Vnja Tuttle and vocalist
$Irs. Shirley Jarzynka, both
4unts of the bride, and
Iocalist and composer Buddy
Hamm.
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Given in marriage by her
parents and escorted to the
altar by her father, the bride
wore a full-length traditional
white gown of Chantilly lace
over taffeta. The gown fea-
tured a Sabrina neckline. The
fitted bodice was embellish-
ed with seed pearls and the
long, fitted sleeves came to
points over the wrists. The
full skirt was enhanced with
ruffles of scalloped Chantilly
lace that extended into a
cathedral length train. For
her headpiece, she wore a
bandeau of lace adorned with
pearls. It held a cathedral
length veil of silk illusion and
seed pearls.
To complete her ensemble,
the bride carried a lace fan
with a cascade of pastel
roses, plum blossoms, baby's
breath, jasmine and stepha-
notis.
Mrs. Laura Adams of
Monticello was the matron of
honor. Mrs. Pam Hamm was
the bridesmaid.
Phillip Nolan Densmore,
Sr., father of the bridegroom,
was the best man. Michael


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Williamson, brother of the
bride, was the groomsman.
Ushers were Roger Stokes
and Ed Wells.
Heather Jarzynka was the
flower girl, and Lee Tuttle
was the ring bearer.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was given by the
bride's parents in the church
social hall. During the recep-
tion, Mrs. Nancy Mock
served as floor hostess, Mrs,
Kathy Jarzynka served the
bride's cake, Myrna Dens-
more served the bride-
groom's cake, Charlene
Densmore and Shelly Raf-


field served the punch, and
Mrs. Susan Clark kept the
bride's book.
The wedding and reception
was directed by Mrs. Linda
Raffield.
A rehearsal dinner was
given May 3 by the bride-
groom's parents in the social
hall of Highland View Assem-
bly of God Church in Port St.
Joe.
The bridegroom is em-
ployed with Stokes Plumbing
of St. Joe Beach.
The couple will reside in
Port St. Joe.


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Housewarming
for Guffeys
A House Warming and
Dedication honoring Arlan
and Ami Guffey will be held
on Sunday, June 3rd at 4:00
p.m. (central) in -their new
home in Honeyville. Friends
and family are encouraged to
come and share their joy in
this beautiful new home. The
Reverend Norman Hodges
will perform the Dedication
Ceremony.

Mary Lewis and
Stacy Price Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Jackie D.
Strayer are proud to announ-
ce the marriage of their
daughter, Mary K. Lewis to
Karl Stacy Price, son of Mrs.
Betty Gay and the late Troy
Price.


Psychology

Course
General Psychology 2012 is
being offered by Gulf Coast
Community College during
Summer 3B. Classes will be
held in Port St. Joe two
nights each week, June 18-
July 27. At least ten students
must register. Interested
persons should contact Tem-
ple Watson after 5:00 p.m.,
227-1259.


DAWN BOND


Will Marry


Together with their par-
ents, Edwina Dawn Bond and
David Franklin Sasser wish
to announce their engage-
ment and approaching mar-
riage.
Dawn is the daughter of
Edward Bond of Port St. Joe,
and Barbara Bond of Talla-
hassee. She is a 1982 gradu-
ate of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School, and is presently
employed by Bay St. Joseph
Care Center.
David is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Sasser of Port St.
Joe. He is presently employ-
ed by Gulf Life Insurance
Company.
The. wedding will be an
event of June 23 at 6:00 P.M.
(EST) at the First United
Methodist Church in Port St.
Joe. A reception'will follow
immediately in the church
fellowship hall.
No local invitations are
being sent, but all friends and
relatives of the couple are

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Miss Naomi Lynn Aman,
age 16, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles L. Aman of
White City, has been selected
to compete in the 1984
Florida Miss T.E.E.N. Pa-
geant to be held at The Hyatt
Orlando, in Kissimmee, on
August 10-12. This Pageant is
the Official State Finals for
the National Miss T.E.E.N.
Pagenat to be held at The
Kiva Auditorium, Albuquer-
que, New Mexico on Decem-
ber 1.
Miss T.E.E.N. conducts
Pageants in all fifty states.
Contestants for the Florida
Miss T.E.E.N. Pageant are
selected from across the
State. Basic requirements
are that the contestant must
be between 14 and 18 years of
age, maintain a "B" or
better grade point average,
and donate at least 12 hours
of their time to a volunteer
service or charitable organi-
zation. Miss T.E.E.N. is very
proud of their national co-
operative project with The
March of Dimes, to help with
their fight against birth
defects. Throughout the na-
tion in 1983, Miss T.E.E.N.
contestants volunteered over
100,000 hours for The March
of Dimes Birth Defects Foun-
dation, and over 600,000
hours of time to many
volunteer and civic organiza-
tions.
State Queens are chosen by
a panel of judges comprised
of educators, business and
professional people from va-
rious locations within the
respective state. Judging is
based on scholastic achieve-
ment, volunteer service,
speech or talent, interview
and formal presentation.
There is no swimsuit compe-
tition.


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Among the prizes awarded,
the winner of the 1984 Florida
Miss T.E.E.N. pageant will
receive a $1000.00 cash scho-
larship and an all expense
paid trip to compete in the
national Miss T.E.E.N. pa-
geant in Albuquerque. The
national winner will receive
a four year scholarship to
The University of New Mexi-
co, $6,000.00 in cash scholar-
ships,' the use of a Lincoln-
Mercury Lynx for the year of
her reign, a one week vaca-
tion to Hawaii, a $2,000.00
personal appearance con-
tract, a wardrobe, and many
other prizes. Over $25,000 in
cash scholarships, awards,
and prizes will be awarded at
the national pageant in De-
cember.
The primary objective of
Miss T.E.E.N. is to teach
young ladies self-develop-
ment through association
with others of their age group
and gaining self-confidence
through group participation.
Miss Aman is sponsored by
Sandra and Charles Aman,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chafin,
and Mrs. Lucy Fortunas. Her
hobbies include music, roller
skating, and poetry.


Asbels Welcome
Kristi Jean
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Asbel
(nee Jacque Price) of De
Ridder, La. announce the
birth of their daughter, Kristi.
Jean on May 22. She weighed
7 lbs. 14 ozs.
Kristi Jean was welcomed
home by her sister, Kelly.
Grandparents- are Mrs.
Jacque Price and John C.
Price of Port St. Joe.


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Organ Dedication at

Wewahitchka 1st Baptist


Reception Honors

SThomas L. Burches


1~Ir. and Mrs. Thomas L.
Burch of Dalkieth, former
residents of Port St. Joe,
have celebrated their 40th
wedding anniversary. They
were honored with a recep-
tion at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. Jack B. Hill,
on May 20th.
Hosts and hostesses for
the occasion were: Mr. and
Mrs. Jack B. Hill, daughter
and son-in-law, Michael Bur-
ch,. their son, Miss Tracey
Hill, their granddaughter, all


of Port St. Joe; Miss Naomi
Burch of Tampa, and Mr.
and Mrs. Walter J. Cole of
Odessa. Also wishing them
many more years of happi-
ness were their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas J. Burch and
granddaughters, Pam and
Miki, of Ft. Huachuca, Az.,
and their son and daughter-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
L. Burch and grandsons of
Zephryhills.


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JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS- Front row, left to right: LaSagna Quinn,
Lisa Mahlkov, Sherry Creel, Antoinette Adams and Ann Laluzerne. Back row, left to right:
John Richter, Doris Sander, Michelle Hicks, Shannon Frickey and Christopher Brockman.
-Star photo


Junior Honor Society


Inducts 10 New Members


Ten students from Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School were
inducted into membership of
the National Junior Honor
Society in an evening cere-
mony at the school on
Thursday, May 24th.
Members were selected by
a faculty council for meeting
high standards of scholar-
ship, service, leadership,
character, and citizenship.


Students inducted were:
Antoinette Adams, Christo-
pher Brockman, Sherry
Creel, Shannon Frickey, Mi-
chelle Hicks, Ann Laluzerne,
Lisa Mahlkov, LaSagna
Quinn, Michael Richter, and
Doris Sander.
"National Junior Honor
Society members are expect-
ed to continue their exemp-
lary contributions to the


Flo Maddox and "Reflection Symfonia"


Foal Shower Honors

Upcoming Equine Arrival


Saturday afternoon, Flo
Maddox and her lovely "Re-
flection Symfonia" were
honored with a very surprise
"Foal Shower" by a group of
wonderful friends at their
home in the woods. The
hostesses, Pat, Donna and
Pam, served punch and cak
to bearers of many useful
gifts that will keep the
youngster comfortable and in
style for a long time.
Along with the promise of
its first "trim" by its Farri-
er, a baby size blanket,
halters and matching leads,
a Farman Foal Feeder,


Sunshine Homecoming

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Odds and Ends, Some at COST.
All Floor Covering
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assorted brushes, and beauti-
ful cards were received for
the soon expected little bun-
dle of joy.
Lots of good horse laughs
and friendship were enjoyed
by all.


Alexander Hernandez

Alexander
Turns One
Alexander Hernandez cele-
brated his first birthday at
thehome of his aunt, Norma
Hobbs, of Mexico Beach.
Friends who helped him
celebrate wre: Corey, Erin
and Sean Dupree, Ashley and
Ryan Stephens, David Lee,
Stephanie and John Juarez,
Ron and Linda Dupree, Su-
san Stephens, Pegg Lee,
Jiggs Pridgeon, Aunt Norma
and Grandmother Shirley
Hobbs, godparents Francisco
and Vivian Juarez, and his
mother.
Alexander's father, Sgt.
Alejandro Hernandez is sta-
tioned at Holloman AFB and
could not attend. His mother
is the former Jo Hobbs.
Guests enjoyed hambur-
gers, hot dogs, drinks, chips,
a Smurf cake, and ice cream.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN
THE STAR!


school and community," said
Mrs. Minnie Likely, chapter
advisor.
The Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School Chapter has
been active since 1951, and
membership since then totals
526.
The National Junior Honor
Society ranks as one of the
oldest and most prestigious
national organizations for
secondary school students.
The sponsoring organization
is the National Association of
Secondary School Principals.


First Baptist Church of
Wewahitchka will formally
dedicate its "750 BE! Scar-
borough" Rodgers organ
Sunday afternoon, June 3, at
1:45 CDT, with a concert of
sacred organ music to be
performed by Brian Stout,
guest organist, from Jack-
sonville.
Mr. Stout, the technician
who installed the organ at
First Baptist Church, re-
ceived his degree from Jack-
sonville University specializ-
ing in voice and organ. He
has years of experience as a
teacher as well as serving as
organist and choir master at
various Jacksonville church-
es. He is a long time member


of the American Guild of
Organists, having served on
the executive board.
Mr. Stout will be playing a
program of familiar sacred
organ music that will fully
demonstrate the versatility
of the Rodgers organ. The
organ at First Baptist
Church of Wewahitchka is
identical to the model instal-
led at Blue Springs Baptist
Assembly, Marianna, in 1981.
The new organ was installed
at First Baptist Church in
July, 1982, at the conclusion
of a three week drive to raise
the purchase price. First
Baptist Church of Wewahit-
chka cordially invites all
interested persons to attend.


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PAGE FIVE







.PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1984


$250,000 Is Spent

On Senior Citizens


Retires from City

Golden Scott, left, retired from his position as Water
Department Superintendent with the City of Port St. Joe
Friday, after 30 years of service with the City. Scott was
recognized with a reception given at the City Warehouse by
employees and members of the Commission. Here, Mayor
Frank Pate presents Scott with a gift at the reception, while
Scott's wife admires the big cake prepared for the
reception. -Star photo



Girls' Day


Camps Offered


Jerry Ream, director of
the Senior Citizens program
here in Gulf County, spoke to
the Kiwanis Club Tuesday,
telling them of the scope of
the program.
Ream said the program
here in Gulf County operates
two centers at a combined
budget of nearly $250,000
annually. "Most of this mo-
ney comes from government
sources, but nearly $20,000
must be generated by Gulf
County as matching money.
This is why you see our
organization scratching
around with celebrity roasts,
womanless beauty contests,
etc., to raise money."
Ream said the program,
offered an invaluable source
for older people to gain the
socializing with their peers
everyone needs to remain
vital at any age., Nearly
everyone thinks of the Senior
Citizen center as a place to go
eat dinner, but, according to
Ream, the main emphasis is
placed on the elderly socializ-
ing, indulging in hobbies,
reading, watching TV to-
gether, joining in community


projects and just "getting out 1
of the house". *
Meals are an important
part of the operation. Ream
said the center serves 240 hot
meals a day to those who
come to the center and to the
100 or more who are home-
bound and receive the meals
delivered each day.
In addition, the center
provides transportation for
necessary trips such as trips
to the doctor, the hospital,
dentist, etc.,

M.B. Fire
Dept. Meeting .
Members of the Mexico '
Beach Volunteer Fire De- ,
apartment will meet on Thurs-
day, May 31, in the Fire Hall
on 14th Street, Mexico Beach.
This is the last meeting of the
1983-84 year. *
Members for whom jackets T
were ordered, with the VFD sumr
logo, will receive them at this Shan
time. Lady residents of Mexi- Chris
co Beach are welcome. Come Mille
and attend the meeting at Rach
7:00 P.M., CDT.


Will Be Twirlers

'hese young girls will be attending baton camp this
mer. Front row, left to right, are: Kristy Kirkland,
non Antley, Beth Harbour, Pam Bowen, Kellie Moree,
stie McCulley and Marcy Huft. Back row: Wendy
r, Andrea McCulley, Analisa Wood, Susan Minger;
el McCulley, Patricia Nedley and Melissa Anderson.
-Star photo


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


purpose where girls will
learn a new skill, meet and
make new friends, increase
their self reliance, try out
new activities and learn to
get along with others. The fee
for Girl Scouts is $15.00 and
for non-Scouts $20.00. This
fee covers the cost of a day
camp patch, 'a lunchtime
beverage, accident insur-
ance, all program supplies
and administrative expen-
ses.
Day Camp will be held in,
: Port St. Joe fromin July 23-27.
Deadline for registration is
July 15. For a registration
form contact the Girl Scout
Office of Apalachee Bend, 250
Pinewood Drive, Tallahas-
see, FI 32303.


Signs Protect
Nesting Areas
of Shorebirds

On May 23, eleven boys of
the Pioneers 4-H Club of
Apalachicola and their lead-
er, Charlotte Chumney, put
up signs to prohibit entry to
certain parts of the beaches
on St: Vincent National Wild-
life Refuge and Indian Pass
Peninsula. These areas were
restricted in order to protect
nesting sites of shorebirds.
The group was assisted by
Martin Perry and Sandra
Maxwell, both employees of
St. Vincent NWR.
This was another commu-
nity service project for the
club. The plywood was don-
ated by St. Joe Paper Com-
pany, the posts by St: Vincent
NWR, and the signs by
Florida Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission. The
boys constructed the signs,
attached them to posts and
erected them on the beaches.
The boys participating
were: John Allen, Ottice
Amison, Garrett Chumney,
Mike Daria, Clint Davis,
Nathan Donahoe, John Lee
Elzie, Billy Jenkins, Shane
Mallon, Bryan Miller and
Jason Scott.



D-Day

Ceremony

Is Slated

On June 6, the John C.
Gainous Post No. 100o9
V.F.W. will hold a D-Day
Ceremony. Former State
Senator George Tapper will
be the guest. speaker as the
Post commemorates the 40th
anniversary of D-Day.
Post Commander William
R. Schlickman invites every-
one to attend the memorable
occasion at the Post Home in
Highland View beginning at
10 a.m. ET.
All members are urged to
attend.


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Girl Scout Day Camps
which will begin the week of
June 11 and run through July
27 in several towns from
Marianna to Port St.'Joe are
for all girls and the Girl Scout
Council wishes to invite girls
who are not Girl Scouts to
come out and join the fun.
The theme for the day
camps is "play" with a


HELP ,WANTED
Butler's Restaurant
& Lounge is now tak-
ing applications for
waitresses and bar
tenders. Apply in per-
son after 3:30. See
Elaine. INo phone
calls.





Openers
By Dr.
Wesley Grace

SO NOW YOU NEED
READING GLASSES
Sooner or later, many people
will need glasses for reading
or doing close work. Regard-
less of how good your vision
has been, the accommoda-
tive ability to focus on close
objects may deteriorate
after forty.
Once you have been examin-
ed by your optometrist and a
corrective "prescription has
been written, there are three
options for your new glasses.
1. You may order lenses in a
half-eye frame which you
can look through for near
visual tasks only.
2. You may order a full
frame, which will have to
be removed when you
want to look at distant ob-
jects.
3. Some patients, who do not
want to be bothered with
taking off their reading
glasses, or changing
glasses when they want to
see distant objects, opt for
a bifocal lens. In a bifocal,
the bottom portion is used
for near visual tasks; the
upper portion may have
no prescription or a
distance correction in it.
If you have glasses already,
bring them with you when
you are next examined. They
guide the optometrist in
making suggestions as t6 the
type of eyeglasses which are
best for coping with your
new reading problem.
Brought To You As A
.Community Service By

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


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. MAY 31, 1984


.PA E SEVEN


"Laughter Is A Part of God's Grac$ ;


Fuqua's Representative to

Visit In Gulf on June 7


Congressman Don Fuqua (D-Altha)
has announced that a representative
from his office would be in the following
towns on Thursday, June 7. The staff
assistant will be available to listen to
problems with federal agencies and to
receive comments on legislation before
Congress.
Fuqua said: "With Congress current-
ly in session, it is not possible for me to be
in the district as often as I would like. I
urge people to come by and tell my staff
assistant of their concern. It is the aim of


my office to do everything possible to be
of assistance."
The schedule is as follows:
Wewahitchka, Post Office, 9:00-9:30
a.m.;
Overstreet, Post Office, 11:00-11:30
a.m.;
Highland View, Walker's Dixie Dan-
dy, 12:00-12:30 p.m.;
Port St. Joe, Post Office, 1:00-1:30
p.m.;
White City, Kirk's Merchantile, 2:00-
2:30 p.m.


Rev. Al Harbour, pastor of
the First United' Methodist
Church, used some 'good
jokes to emphasize, his Jpoint
last Thursday, when ip oke
to the Rotary Club ofn the
need to have the ability 'to
laugh.
Rev. Harbour said the
ability to laugh at oneself
and with others was a unique
ability which would help
anybody to meet the usual
adversities which strike us
each and every day. "Laugh-
ing and the ability to laugh is
a universal medicine which
keeps things in perspective",
Harbour said.
The minister told the Ro-
tarians, "God gives us grace
for life and God's grace is


adequate for a g li e"
'Rev. Habour fere l the
opinion thdt lauger 1is a
phrt of God's gra ...
Joe Aller, adminitrjor
for Gulf PF'ies Hospital"
inducted I-to the club s a
new member.
Judge Larry Bodiford of
Panama Cityi was a guest of
the club. \


Start the summer off by
.coming to Western Auto
during this big Sunshine
Homecoming promotion.
You'll be glad yu did!


Eclipse Passes Over Gulf
The sunshine took on a dull leaden hue yesterday at noon as the moon scooted in front of
the sun to cause an eclipse. Just before noon, the rays of the sun started to dull as the moon
passed between it and the Earth, and for nearly 15 minutes the sunshine wasn't as bright as
it should have been for that time of the day. The Star's photographer took this picture as the
eclipse was near its zenith, with the moon nearly covering the entire surface of the Sun. The
eclipse was visible all across the southeastern United States. --Star photo


Important for Students

To Return Registration


Principal Edwin G. Willi-
ams would' like to re-empha-
size to parents of students
who will be attending Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School the
urgency of returning pre-
registration forms for course
selections for .the 1984-85
school year. Administrative
decisions ,must be made


immediately in regards to
instructional programs for
the upcoming summer ses-
sion that begins Monday,
June 4, as well as for
programs for the next school
year. Such decisions are
based upon students course
selections. A large number of


Scott White Receives Degree
From New Orleans Seminary
Scot C.'W- fte is one of ol Relihgius Education
more than 180 individuals gree. He is the son of Mr. a
who received degrees from Mrs. John M. White of Pi
New Orleans Baptist Theo- St. Joe. He is married to t
logical Seminary, during the former Anelia DeLcomyn
spring graduation exercises Bayou La 'Batre, Ala.
on the New Orleans campus.
A native of Port St. Joe,
and graduate'of Mobile Col- m i"
lege, White completed all Sm ith
requirements for the Master
New 20
A Rhode Island grapi


de-
nd
ort
the,
of


students who will be attend-
ing Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School have not returned
registration forms which
causes conflicts in decision
making situations. This 'in-
cludes- sixth graders from
elementary schools.
Parents are urged, there-
, fore, to get registration
forms in to the Guidance
Office no later than Thurs-
day, May 31. Parents are
remirided that courses will be
selected by administrativee
and guidance personnel for
those students failing to
submit course requests by
Thursday. Such selections
will be student schedules for
next school year.


)esigns A


c


hic


artist by the name of Tyler
Smith has won recognition
for being the design artist
who whipped up the design
for the newest U.S: postage
stamp which commemorates
health research.
What makes the story of
interest locally is that Smith
is a frequent visitor to Port
St. Joe and is the nephew of
Mrs. William S. Quarles, Sr.
Smith, the son of Mrs.
Quarles' brother, is, a 39-
year-old graphic designer of
national, prominence, who
became interested in stamps


Stamp
by becoming a collector.
Smith said the fee from
designing the stamp wasn't
all that good, but the accom-
plishment and satisfaction
which came along with the
job were tremendous.
The 20 cent stamp is now
available in the Port St. Joe
post office and other offices
around the country.
Smith is a well-known
figure in national advertising
circles, having won several
prestigious awards and had
commissions from several
nationally known firms' and
advertising agencies.


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PAGE EIGHT


THE STAR,*Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1984


IW THERE IS NO DAD p
LIKE GRANDAD

ey felt it was time that somebody put in a special
w I for, Grandfather, for often Mother. Dad and
even "andmother pick up all the headlines. A great
many gran fathers come into our pharmacy and they
always seernrto have an extra spry step -a good word
and a twinkle in their eyes.
|a All older people get extra special attention from us. &
We carry a large stock of products, from geriatric
medicines to home (are convalescent aids. We realize
S that it is much more difficult for the elderly to
recuperate from an illness or broken bones.

| "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 vvmr personal family pharmacy?" S



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

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Kirk Parker



Wins Ninth


Roberts Meet


The Ninth Annual C. W.
Roberts Invitational Golf
Tournament was played on
Saturday and Sunday, May
18 and 19, at St. Joseph's Bay

Baton

Camp for

Small Girls

All girls ages five, and up
are invited to attend a baton
camp sponsored by the Port
St. Joe High School majoret-
tes. Partial proceeds of this
camp will help to send the
majorettes to camp.
Dates for the baton camp
are June 4-8, 9:00-12:00 EDT,
at the Centennial Building.
* Cost is $15.00 per student.
Girls who wish to attend
should turn in their camp fee
to Cindy Belin by Friday,
June 1.
The following' instruction
will be offered: basic twirls,
beginner dance,; beginner
march, hoop baton, interme-
diate dance, advanced
march, trick' twirls, two
baton, and pom pom. Tro-
phies, ribbons and prizes will
be awarded on Friday, June 8
for various categories.

New Line of Personalized
Stationery at The Star


Country Club, with 85 area
golfers competing for prizes
and trophies.'
After- the 36, holes of play,
Kirk Parker of Mexico Beach
was presented the Champi-
on's trophy. Kirk shot 150 for
the victory. Wayne Ernst of
Port St. Joe captured the
Runner-up trophy with a
score of 155. In the champion-
ship flight, Marvin Shimfes-
sel and Jim Harrison were
additional'winners.
Prizes winners in other
flights were:
1st Flight: 1st- Rodney
Avant, 2nd- E. B. Waterfield,
3rd- Jim Pickron, and 4th-
Myles Harmon;
2nd Flight: 1st- Harry
Lowry, 2nd- John Tomlinson,
3rd- Leon Pollock, 4th- Har-
rell Holloway, and 5th-
George Small;
3rd Flight: 1st- Lefty Max-
well, 2nd- Al Harrison, 3rd-
-Mike Ferris, and 4th- Ashley
Costin;
4th Flight: 1st- Gene Free,
2nd- Hal Brown, 3rd- Spero
Buzier, and 4th- David Gas-
-kin;
5th Flight: 1st- W. A.
Jones, 2nd- Bill Chafin, 3rd-
Ed Strumski, 4th- Clyde
Whitehead, 5th- Arnold Dani-
ell, and 6th- Paul Cowan;
6th: Flight: ist- George
Tapper, 2nd- Steve Richard-
son, 3rd- Carver Byrd, 4th-
Tom Knox, and 5th- Bobby
Mercer.


Dump Bay 12-0; Marianna 10-0



Sharks Win Both Jamboree Periods


Port St. Joe's Sharks
showed promise for the new
football season in the fall by
whipping two big teams in
the spring jamboree held in
Tommy Oliver Stadium last
Friday night.
The Sharks dumped Bay
High School and Marianna,
in racking up a perfect night
in the two periods in which
the Sharks competed.
The Sharks and the Mosley
Dolphins were the only teams
with perfect records in the
jamboree.
The Sharks took the field
with Bay High to start the
night of competition and put
a 12-0 whipping on the
Tornadoes.
Bay High looked as if they
would make mince-meat of
the Sharks, ripping off 16
yards on the first play of the


game. The Shark defense
sucked it up and completely
shut down the Tornadoes
after that first play.
After the Tornadoes had
punted, Robert Harris set the
stage for the Sharks first
touchdown by picking off a
pass from the Tornadoes'
Carroll McCauley and scoot-
ed 45 yards down the sideline
to the Bay High one.
Mike Pittman plunged over
for the six points, but Chris
Butts' pass for the two extra
points fell to the ground.
Later in the period, with
the Sharks on their own 35.
yard line, Butts worked his
way through the defenders
for 14 yards to spark the
Shark offense a second time.
- Josh Jenkins came around
left end for a 16 yard gain and
Pittman galloped for 17 to put


Kirk Parker holds the first place trophy for winning
the ninth annual C.W. Roberts golf tournament recently at
the St. Joseph Bay Country Club. Parker shot 150 to lead the
field in the week end tournament. -Star photo


the Sharks in scoring position
again.
On the very next play,
Jenkins again broke loose for
a 17 yard run hnd the
touchdown.
STOP BULLDOGS
In the third period of the
game, the Sharks controlled
the ball for most of the
period, defeating the Mar-
ianna Bulldogs, 10 to 0.
After two punt exchanges,
the Sharks had Marianna
backed up to their own six
yard line. On third down, the
Bulldog quarterback rolled
out to pass and slipped down
in the end zone, where he was
covered by the swarming
Shark defense for a safety
and two points.
On their next possession,
the Sharks scored on a
four-yard plunge by Josh
Jenkins for an 8-0 lead. Butts
carried the ball across the
goal line for a two point
conversion, giving the
Sharks their 10 points.


Bearden

Signs with

Livingston
David Bearden, who had
nine of the baseball Sharks'
20 wins during the past
season, signed with Living-
ston State University, to play
baseball for the school while
pursuing an education.
Bearden,. who had a record
of nine wins and four losses
for the season, had an earned
run average of 2.6. Bearden
also hurled a no-hitter in the
play-offs against Jasper of
Hamilton County, before the
Sharks were stopped by
Pace.
Bearden also played in the
infield, where he played
shortstop when he wasn't
pitching. 'The athlete was
also handy with a bat, hitting
.480 for the season.

Cancer Society
Sponsors Meet
The organizational meet-
ing for a Laryngectomee
Club will be held on June 4 at
7:30 P.M. at the Panama City
Mall Community Room.
Laryngectomees, their fami-
lies, and professionals who
work with persons affected
by this form of cancer are
invited to attend.


STELBEEADIA


PATE'S SERVICE CENTER


Port St. Joe


216 Monument Avenue


Phone 227-1291


Boaters! Leave


Your Bottle


At Home, Please


Rattlers Moving


Rattlers are crawling in the area, and two large ones
have been killed within the past week, here in ahd around
Port St. Joe. Monday afternoon, David Gainous killed this
monster in the Simmons Bayou while doing some land
improvement work there. One of about the same size was
reported killed in the rabbit pen of the Elementary School
zoo Saturday, after it had invaded the pen in search of a
.rabbit dinner. -Star photo


"Alcohol and Water Don't
Mix" is the message that will
be directed to the state's
estimated three-and-a-half
million boaters during Na-
tional and Florida Safe Boat-
ing Week, June 3-9, accord-
ing to the Florida Marine
Patrol.
Capt. Glenn Keefer, FMP
boating safety coordinator,
said, "We are not telling.
people not to drink. We are
telling boaters, 'If you drink,
don't drive a boat,' Following
that advice could save your
life or someone else's."
About 512,000 registered
pleasure craft and fishing
boats cruise Florida's 8,426
miles of coastline and many
other waterways. Between
600 and 700 boating accidents
involving these half-million
boats are reported each year,
according to FMP statistics.
These accidents annually re-
zsult in 60 to 70 deaths, 250 to
300 serious injuries and milli-
ons of dollars worth of
property damage.
"As many as 70 percent of
all boating-related deaths
nationally involved the use of
alcohol," said Keefer. He
described the typical fatal
boating accident, which oc-
curs on a weekend afternoon,
with clear Skies and calm
waters.
"Adverse weather condi-
tions aren't the problem,"
Keefer explained. "The prob-
lem is the boat operator
who's been out all day, and is
fatigued by the wind, sun,
glare, and noise and vibra-
tion of the boat. This reduces
his ability to observe, think
pnd react quickly. He gets
careless. Add even small
amounts of alcohol, and the


problem is multiplied."
Keefer said this careless-
ness leads to negligent boat
operation.
"The operator or a passen-
ger stands up, looses his or
her balance, and either falls
overboard or capsizes the
boat. We find the empty boat
later, flipped over or run up
into the mangroves, or may-
be just circling. There are
usually no witnesses to this
type of accident," he said.
Keefer said that Florida is
also seeing an increase in the
high-speed-collision type of
accident, especially in south-
east Florida.
"The cigarette-type boats
run into each other, channel
markers, bridges and sea-
walls at a high rate of speed,
70-plus miles per hour," he
explained. "For example, in
1982, there were two boating
deaths in Broward County. In
1983, they had eight deaths in
high-speed collisions al6ne.
In six of those fatalities,
investigative reports and co-
roner's reports indicated that
the use of alcohol was
involved."

For Ambulance
Service Call

227-1115



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The regular meeting of the
Town of Mexico Beach was
held Tuesday, April 10, 1984,
at 7:00 P.M. In attendance
was Mayor M. L. Hale,
Council Members Barbara
Pierce, Frank Golson, and
Tom Marquardt. Councilman
Robert Timmons was absent.
Also present were Police
Chief Harris, Attorney Ko-
marek, Town Administrator
Rudloff, and Town Clerk
Hutchinson.
The meeting was called to
order by Mayor Hale. The


Pledge of Allegiance was
recited in unison and prayer
was given by Chief Harris.
Minutes of the regular
meeting of March 13, 1984,
were presented by Mayor
Hale. Motion to approve the
Minutes made by Council-
man Golson; 2nd by Council-
man Marquardt. Motion pas-
sed 4-0.
There were no citizens'
comments.
Mayor Hale presented the
financial report for the Gen-
eral Fund for the period


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ending March 31, 1984. Mo-
tion to approve the report
made by Councilman Gol-
son; 2nd by Councilman
Marquardt. Motion passed
4-0.
Mayor Hale presented the
financial report for the Water
Department noting that the
report reflected the amount
of $5,930.34 under "Reve-
nues" as "Loan Proceeds"
and the same amount under
"Expenditures" as "Con-
tractural Service". He indi-
cated that this should be
handled in some other man-
ner. With the Council's con-
currence this item was tab-
led.
Mayor Hale stated that in
1981 the Town signed an
agreement with William M.
Smith giving him permission
to move a trailer onto a lot
zoned Residential Medium
Density for a specific period
of time- this time will be up
soon. Mayor Hale stated that
he will write a letter to Smith
to remind him of the expira-
tion date of this agreement.
Councilman Golson informed
the Council that Smith will
probably be requesting an
extension of one year. Mayor
Hale stated that he will refer
the matter to the Planning
Board as a standard proce-
dure.
Department Reports: Sani-
tation- Councilwoman Pier-
ce stated that she had
received a quarterly listing
of 17 new locations of gar-
bage collection which will be
discussed later in the meet-
ing.
Canal- Councilman Mar-
quardt reported that he lack-
ed personnel to work on the
canal. Mayor Hale stated
that Rudloff had identified
$480 which had been budget-
ed for matching State grant
monies which will not be used
because the agency in Pana-
man City had not implement-
ed its program. Councilman
Golson made a motion to
make a budget revision to
designate that $480 be used
for other wages; 2nd by
Councilwoman Pierce. Mo-
tion passed 4-0;
Pier- Councilman Mar-
quardt reported that materi-
als have been ordered from
PM&S to repair the pier.
Mayor Hale requested that
the.cans be emptied around
the pier on a regular basis.
Rudloff indicated that a
tentative date of the week of
April 23 has been set for a
representative from the
Corps of Engineers to come
down to give a briefing on the
status of the study that they
...are- doing-i, .. -- .
Water- Councilman Gol-
son reported on the status of
the work being done on the
storage tank, well, and the
new ground storage tank. He
complimented the water de-
partment employees for the
job they have done during
this crucial time. Mayor Hale
reported that he had received
a partial pay request from
I-C Contractors in the
amount of $86,000 which will
exhaust the interim loan
monies and now the' Town
will start drawing grant
monies from FmHA;
Street- Rudloff reported
that work is being done on
washouts and ditches. Mayor
Hale stated that he will work
with the street department in
setting up priorities for the
balance of the year;
Police- monthly report
read by Chief Harris.
No committee reports were
presented.
Unfinished Business: Ordi-
nance No. 146 (Water Depart-
ment Budget Revision)-
Councilman Golson made a
motion for the second read-
ing of Ordinance No. 146 by
title only; 2nd by Council-
woman Pierce. Motion pas-
sed 4-0. Title read'by Mayor
Hale. Councilman Golson
made a motion to adopt
Ordinance No. 146; 2nd -by
Councilwoman Pierce. Mo-
(Continued on. Page 14)


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1984 PAGE NINE



6th Grade Forestry Day


175 Students Participate


One hundred and seventy-
five sixth grade students of
Gulf County participated in
the 34th Annual Forestry Day
at the White City Fire Tower
of the Division of Forestry on
May 16-18.
The students and their
teachers journeyed from
Highland View, Port St. Joe
and Wewahitchka for a day
of instructions in fire preven-
tion, fire detection, wildlife
conservation, fire suppres-
sion and forest management.
Forest Day was initiated in
1950, and is now jointly
sponsored by the Gulf County
Fire Prevention Committee,
St. Joe Paper Company,
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission, and the Florida
Division of Forestry.
Five stations were used in
a county fair system of
instruction. Instructors were.
provided by the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commis-
sion and the Florida Division
of Forestry.
Forest Ranger, Bill Dye
and Bruce Atkins stressed
the importance of forest fire
prevention at station 1. The
causes of wild fires and their
effects were explained.
"Each year there are a few
fires in Gulf County which

Computer,

& Marine

Courses
Courses in computeronics
and marine ecology will be
offered by Gulf Coast Com-
munity College this summer
for students in the seventh
grade and up, it was announ-
ced recently.
The summer institutes
have proven very popular in
the past, according to Robert
L. McSpadden, vice presi-
dent for instructional ser-
vices, and registration will
be accepted on a first-come,
first-served basis.
"Ecology of the Sea" will
be open to seventh, eighth
and ninth graders in' four
five-day sessions. Students
may enroll in any one of the
four sessions which will meet
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday. Students will
make ecological observa-
tions of the beach, bay, sound
and jetty areas in St. Andrew
and St. Joseph bays. A
textbook will be required.
The computeronics classes
offer a "hands on" labora-
tory approach to problem-
solving through micro com-
puter operations. Classes will
allow for small group activi-
ties and considerable indivi-
dual computer usage. Com-
puteronics I will be offered in
three sections, each lasting
ten days.

Crime Watch
Meeting at MB
The Town of Mexico Beach
Police Department will con-
duct its monthly Neighbor-
hood Crime Watch Meeting
on Thursday, May 31, 7:00
P.M. (CDT) at the Town
Hall.
All residents are invited to
attend the meeting and parti-
cipate in the Crime Watch
program.


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are deliberately set," they
said, "but many of our fires
are caused by human care-
lessness."
At the second station the
students climbed the fire
tower to learn how fires are
detected, located and crews
dispatched to suppress them.
Tower Lady Verna Merle
Marshall .manned this sta-
tion.
Bob Funderburk of the
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission manned station
3. He and Bob Burros discus-
sed with the children the
effects of environmental pol-
lution upon fish and wildlife,
and ultimately on people.
County Forester Ralph
Edenfield, discussed forest
management at station 4.
Edenfield demonstrated me-
thods of measuring tree
heights, diameters and
growth, as well as planting of
seedlings.
Station 5 was manned by
Forest Rangers Tom Black-
well and Buddy Layfield.
They showed the students the
equipment used in wildfire
suppression, and discussed
the techniques employed.
Tractors, plows, hand tools,
and back fire torches were
covered.
After formal instruction
the students enjoyed sack
lunches, soft drinks and
games until time to return to
school. The soft drinks were
furnished by St. Joe Paper
Company.
Teachers Rebecca Birm-
ingham, James Rouse and
Debbie Baxley from Wewa-
hitchka brought their eighty-


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one sixth graders on Wednes-
day.
Twenty-nine sixth graders
from Highland View School
visited'the site on Thursday
along with their teachers,
Herman Jones and Gail
Zimmerman.
Friday, sixty-five students
came from Port St. Joe,
accompanied by their teach-
ers, William Lane, Billy
Barlow and Connie Raffield.


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. MAY 31, 1984


Environmental Health
Specialist A
'Position Number 45024
Location: Gulf Port St. Joe
and Wewahitchka
Salary Range: $444.80
-$630.40 bi-weekly.
A bachelor's degree with a
major in one of the physical
or natural sciences, environ-
mental health, sanitary
i science, public health,
engineering or hotel and
restaurant management; or
S":a bachelor's degree and 1
year of professional environ-
mental or public health, a
physical or natural science,
engineering or experience in
hotel or restaurant manage-
ment or hotel or restaurant
inspection can substitute on
a year for-year basis for the
required college education.
Competitive-Minimum
'Qualifications Only
-'MAIL Application to:
b.' Douglas M. Kent, 502 Fourth
St., Port St. Joe. FL 32456.

GOVERNMENT JOBS.
$16,559 $50,553/year. Now
hiring. Your area. Call 805/
6487-6000, ext. R-6859. 4tp 5/31
S: z RN's needed 3 to 11. Super-
-"isor full time and part-time
positions available at Bay St.
-Joseph Care Center. Call
229-8244 between 8 and 4:30
p.m. It5/31



BID NUMBER 298
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
S':- quests bids for One (1) Steam Cleaner.
'Specifications may be obtained from
lhe City Clerk's Office, P. O. Box A, Port
St Joe, Florida 32456. Bid opening will
oe held June 05, 1984, at 8:00 P.M.,
E D T in the Municipal Building at the
regular meeting of the City Commis-
vion
CItY OF PORT ST. JOE,.
"- L A. Farris,
City Auditor/Clerk


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We need assistance in
evaluating and responding to
daily work reports submit-
ted by our agents throughout
the state. No experience
necessary; paid to complete
training. Work at home. For
information send self-ad-
dressed, stamped envelope
9% inches long to AWGA,
Dept. E, Box 49204, Atlanta,
GA 30359.
ltp 5/31

EXCEPTIONAL
EDUCATION TEACHER
POSITION
Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. is accepting ap-
plications for an Exceptional
Education Teacher to in-
struct elementary emotion-
ally handicapped students
during the 1984-85 school
year. Duties include: in-
struction and consultation
for a small number of
elementary school age chil-
dren with identified emo-
tional and/or behavioral
handicaps. Minimum re-
quirements: Bachelor's de-
gree and certification to
teach emotionally handicap-
ped students in the State of
Florida' Experience prefer-
able. Contact: Edwin R.
Ailes, Executive Director,
Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc., 311 Williams
Ave., Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
Equal Opportunity/Affir-
mative Action Employer.
It 5/31


1979 Mercury Capri, 3 dr.,
V-8, 4 spd., a/c, am/fm cas-
sette, $3,000. Call 227-1670.
2tp5/24
1984 Chevrolet Conversion
Van. Has all the extras. Call
St. Joe Papermakers F.C.U.,
227-1156. 2tc 5/24
1973 Volkswagen Super
Beetle, std. transmission,
$375. Call 648-8508 between 6
and 10 p.m. tfc 5/24
1977 Thunderbird, ps, pb,
ac, am/fm radio w/ 8-track
tape, runs good. Call 227-1200
after 5 p.m. tfc 5/10
1977 Olds Delta 88 hardtop,
1 owner, excel. cond. Call
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BID NUMBER WWTP 185
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids for One (1) 1984 Station
Wagon Specifications may be obtain-
ed from the City Clerk's Office, P. 0.
Box A, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. Bid
opening will be held at the regular City
Commission meeting on June 05, 1984,
at 8:00 P.M., EDT, in the Municipal
Building.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
Is/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor/Clerk


2t 5/24 2t 5/24


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and Peninsula

properties

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Sales Rentals

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MEXICO BEACH

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Corner 14th Street & Hwy. 98 Mexico Beach
Rt. 3, Box 157A, Port SL Joe, Florida
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MOBILE HOMES
ON MEXICO BEACH
Fortner Ave, -'-3 bdrm., 2 ba. Com-,
pletely furnished. Lg. sun deck w
great view of the Gulf. Like new!
$39,000.
1st St. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. Complete-
ly furn. Close to beach. Owner
financing. $42,000.00.
Maryland Blvd.- 2 bdrm., '2 ba
Completely furnished. Fenced in
yard. Underground utilities, land-
scaped. $23,900.00.
Fortner Av, ie 2 bc!2b ba.
mob ~5 1ce y Ig.
screernelfh:jdaxany
other l l3000.00 Owner
financing..

Corner 7th & Maryland Blvd. Out-
standing 3 bdrm., 2 ba. double
wide. Owner relocating. Must sell,
$47,000.00.

PORT ST. JOE
Marvin Avenue Lg. 4 bdrm.,
2 ba. home. Den, liv. & dining com-
bo. On corner lot. Must see to ap-
preciate. $79.000.00.
Marvin Avenue Lg. 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
home oh Ig. lot. 200 sq. ft. beauty
salon on back of lot for added in-
cdTne or could convert to efficiency
apt. easily. Must see to appreciate!
$53.000.00.
Long Avenue 3 bdrm., 1 ba. Has
assumable mortgage. Nice yd.
Room for addition. $25,900.00.
Makes excellent rental unit.
Tapper Dr. Ward Ridge -'3 bdrm., 2
ba. Has Ig. sun deck Cen. h&a.
Assume. mortgage. $47,900.00.
McClellan Ave: 2 bdrm., 1 ba. home
On Ig. lot. Nice back yard fenced.
Close to schools. $36,900.00.
Duvall St. Oak Grove 3 bdrm.
2 ba. on Ig. lot. Fenced yd. Room
for addition. $37,200.00:
Hwy. 98 near Port St. Joe 225'
on Hwy. 98 x115' lot. Overlooks the
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.
WATERFRONT LOT Indian Lagoon
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MEXICO BEACH
42nd St. 2 bdrms., 1 ba. Cen. H&a;
Furnished, close to beach.
$63,550.00. Owner financing.
34th St. Drifting Sands 4 bdrm.,
2 ba. 3 story. Lg. home w excel.
view of the water. Owner financing.
$104,000.00.
Circle Dr. Sandpipers #1 3 bdrm., 2
ba. Furnished, cen. h&a; close to
beach. Owner financing.
$79,500.00.
Circle Dr. Sandpipers #2 3 bdrm., 2
ba. furnished. Fla. rm. Cen. h&a, 1
lot from beach. Owner financing.
$79.500.00.
Arizona Ave. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. home on
2 lots. Free-standing fireplace.
Fenced in yd. Covered patio, sky-
lights & more! $69,000.00. Assum-
able $33,000 at 10 'A % for 20 years.
Louisiana Dr. NEW! 2 bdrm., 2 ba.
home. Suspended balcony over-
looks liv. rm with f.p. Skylights &
ceiling fans accent the cath. ceil.
Dbl. car garage. $65,000.00.
Hwyh. 3n., 1,ba
WA l R r 9 R r5 ,y fur-
nif$6
Hwy, 98 (near 24th St.) Lg. 3 bdrm.
2 ba. home. Completely furn.
$65,000.00.
Corner 8th St. & Florida 3 bdrm., 2
ba. Ceil. fans, cen. vacuum system,
screened patio, & much more!
Fenced in yard. $68,500.00.
Oak St. NEW! 3 bdrm. 2 ba. cedar
home w/lg. screened in porch. Sun
deck on back. New Tappon ap-.
pliances. $62,500.00.
16th St. 2 bdrm., 2 ba. home. Approx.
600' from the beach. Fenced in yd.
Compl. furn. Nice neighborhood.
$54,500.00.
Nan Nook Road 3 bdrm., 1 ba. home.
Fenced in back yard. Comp. furn.
$49,900.00.
Hatlet Drive NEW! 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
homes under construction. VA and
FHA approved. $46,550.00 to
$49,000.00. Small down pmt. will
get you Into these homes.
Nan Nook Road Grand Isle 3 bdrm.
1 full bath with f.p. Also has effi-
ciency apt. w/ 1 bdrm.. 1 ba. for ad-
ded income. $79,000.00.
Warer Drive 3 bdrm., 2 ba. home
on Ig. lot. On the canal! Excel. for
family with boat! $75,000.00.
Owner financing.
Grand Isle Lg. 3 bdrm.,,2 ba. home
on Ig. lots. 2 fireplaces. swimming
pool, fenced yd., sprinkler system
& much more. $79,000.00.

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NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the City
Commission of the City of Ward Ridge,
Florida, at its regular meeting on June
4, 1984, at 5:30 P.M., E.D.T., in the City
Hall of Ward Ridge, will consider for
final adoption the Ordinance with the
following title:
ORDINANCE NO. 17
AN ORDINANCE TO EXTEND THE
*WATER SYSTEM OF THE CITY OF
WARD RIDGE, AND PROVIDING FOR A
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT TO COVER
THE COST OF SUCH SYSTEM.
All interested parties are invited to
attend and be heard.
CITY OF WARD RIDGE,
Is/ Allen V. McCulley, Mayor
ATTEST:
May E. Keith, City Clerk 2t 5/24

NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida, at its regular
meeting on June 12,1984, at 9:00 A.M.,
E.D.T., in the County Commissioners'
Room in the Gulf County Courthouse,
Port St. Joe, Florida, will consider the
adoption of an ordinance with the
following title:
AN ORDINANCE PROMULGAT-
ING-THE'RATES TOBE'CHARGED
FOR USE OF THE GULF COUNTY
WATERWORKS SYSTEM IN THE
AREA KNOWN AS ST. JOE
BEACH: OUTLINING MEANS OF
ENFORCING PAYMENT FOR
WATER SERVICE, PROMULGAT-
ING REQUIREMENTS FOR CON-
NECTION TO THE GULF COUNTY
WATERWORKS SYSTEM IN THE
AREA KNOWN AS ST. JOE
BEACH, SETTING UP MAINTE-
NANCE REQUIREMENTS: PRO-
HIBITING FREE WATER SERVICE,
AND PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION.
A copy of this Ordinance is on file in
the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court
of Gulf County, Florida.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
2t 5J24

BID NUMBER 297
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids for Group Life and Health
Insurance Package Program for City
employees. Specifications may be ob-
tained from the City Clerk's Office, P.O.
Box A, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. Bid
opening will be held July 12, 1984, at
1:00 P.M., EDT, in the Municipal Fire
Station.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
/s/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 524

TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Chapter 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida, the fictitious
trade name under which they will be
engaged in business and in which said
business is to be carried on, to-wit:
NAME OF BUSINESS:
THE VIDEO MERCHANT
316 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Owners: Bob Bearden and
Steve Hodges
4t 5117
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT
Notice is hereby given that purruant
to Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, the
following applications for water use
permits have been received by the
Northwest Florida Water Management
District:
Application No. S01944, filed 4/30/84,
Louisiana Pacific Corp.. P. 0. Box 3107,
Conroe, TX 77305, requesting a maxi-
mum withdrawal of 2,000 gallons of
water per day from an existing well
system for industrial use at Port St. Joe
Sawmill, Section 6, Township 8 South.
Range 10 West, Gulf County.
Application No. S01946. filed 4/30/84.
FICO Farms. Rt 1. Box 316. Wewa.
hitchka, requesting a maximum with-
drawal of 133 920 gallons of water per
day from proposed and existing wells
for crop irrigation use at Sections 8 and
18. Township 5 South. Range 10 West.
Gulf County.
Interested persons may comment
upon the applications or submit a writ-
ten request for a copy of the staff report
containing proposed agency action
regarding the application by writing to
the Governing Board of the Northwest
Florida Water Management District.
Route 1. Box 3100. Havana, FL 32333.
but such comments or requests must
be received by 5:00 p m. on June 14,
1984.
No further public notice will be pro-
vided regarding these applications. A
copy of the staff report must be re-
quested in order to remain advised of
further proceedings. Substantially af-
fected persons are entitled to request
an administrative hearing regarding the
proposed agency action by submitting
a written request therefore after re-
viewing the staff report.


Adult School Offers Courses All Year


There is one school in Gulf
County that does not close its
doors for the summer, but is
open all year round. This is
the Gulf County Adult School.
The School is located be-
hind the Port St. Joe High
School auto mechanics build-
ing. The school has several
branches throughout the
county, located in Wewahit-
chka, Mexico Beach, North
Port St. Joe, and the Port St.
Joe High School.
The function of the Adult
School is to offer educational
opportunities in a wide as-
sortment of fields. Classes
are offered for adults who
missed out on learning the


Summer

School On

Monday

Summer School begins
Monday, June 4, at Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School.
Summer school will meet
Monday through Thursday,
8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., for six
weeks.
Students failing courses at
the end of the school year are
urged to attend the 1984
summer session. Students
should sign up in the Guid-
ance Office. Report cards
will not be issued until
Monday, June 11; Guidance
Office personnel will tele-
phone parents of students
requiring summer school at-
tendance.
The following courses are
available for the 1984 sum-
mer session, if enrollment is
appropriate: PAD (12th Gr),
Drivers Ed., Phy. Science
(llth-12th Gr), World History
(10-12 Gr.), English (7-9,
10-12), Math (7-9, 10-12),
Remediation for SSAT-I, and
History.


Pressure

Checks At

Bank Monday

The Saint Joseph Bay
Chapter of the American
Association of Retired Per-
sons will offer free blood
pressure checks on Monday,
June 4th from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. EDT at the Florida
First National Bank.
Mrs. Ann Hamock, R.N.
and Mrs. Emmy Donat, R.N.
will "be in charge. Protect
yourself for your summer
vacation, and .have your
blood pressure checked on
Monday.


Speakers for

Men's Prayer

Speakers for the Men's
Prayer Group for the month
of June are: June 5th, Fred
Goebert; June 12th, Kesley
Colbert; June 19th, Stephen
Stutts; and June 26th, Jimmy
Clark.
The group meets each
Tuesday morning, 9:30, at
the Fire Station.


basic reading, writing, and
arithmetic skills. Adults who
had to quit high school before
finishing can take the cour-
ses that will give them that
very cherished high school
diploma. Other adults who
have a high school diploma,
but need further study in
subjects that will enable
them to open doors to better
jobs, will find instructional
personnel and materials that
will help them obtain their
goals. Although all high
school age people are sin-
cerely encouraged to stay in
high school, sometimes the
Adult School is the answer
for a young person who is not
going to continue at the high
school. Then too, the Adult
School offers vocational type
classes for students wanting
to specialize in one subject.
The Adult School operates
on the philosophy that every
student has his own prob-
lems, needs an'd goals.
Therefore, when a person
enrolls in basic and high
school educational courses
they are given the materials
that are needed for them to
succeed, no matter at what
point they start- be it on a
third grade or eleventh grade
level. A student is also
allowed to proceed at his own
rate of speed. The students
have access to professional
personnel who are trained to
help them, as well as to a
variety of teaching materials
to aid in their academic


endeavor, including work-
books, reading machines,
maps, encyclopedias, film
strips, computers and video
tapes.
1984 Summer classes in-
clude:
General Education, lead-
ing to a high school diploma:
Adult Center, South Long
Ave., 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.,
M-T-W-Th; Adult Center,
South Long Ave., 6:00 p.m.-


9:00 p.m., M-T-W-Th; Zion
Fair Baptist Church, 6:00
p.m.-9:00 p.m., M-T; Mexico
Beach United Methodist
Church, 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.,
M-T.
Electives: Auto Mechan-
ics, Auto Body Paint ,&
Repair, PSJHS, 6:00-9:45
p.m., M thru Th; Typing and
Bookkeeping, PSJHS, 6:00-
9:00 p.m., M-T; Welding,
PSJHS, 6:00-9:45 p.m., M


thru Th; Driver's Education,
PSJHS, 6:00-9:00 p.m., M-T;
General Shop I, PSJHS,
6:00-9:00 p.m., M-T; and
Clerical Practice, PSJHS,
6:00-9:00 p.m., T.
Now is a good time to call
or come see about the
courses at the Adult School.
One bonus feature is that all
, the courses cost is your time
and effort. If you are inter-
ested, call 227-1744.


u tST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY, Inc.
UI 820 HIGHWAY 98 P. O. Box 13332
I 'MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
II 1 1I I REAL ESTATE SALES BEACH RENTALS REALTOR

648-5011 Sales 648-5716 Rentals After Hours: 648-8977
11800-874-5299 lout of st.e).> -r 648-8939


ST. JOE BEACH
Santa Anna St. End Townhouse Ex-
tra special 3 bd,, 2 ba., ex. Ig. decks.
$125,000 unfurnished. $130,000 fur-
nished.
Gulf Aire Resell Townhome 2 bdm.,
2'/ ba., fully furn. $110,000.00.
Gulf Aire Drive 3 bd., 2'/ ba.,
beautiful home on front lot, with
great Gulf view, extra special.
$125,000.00.
Gulf St. $ bd., 1 ba. brick, on 2 Ig.
lots, with 16x32' pool, only $55,000.
Call to see.
Oak St. Gorgeous ig. brick 3 bd., 2
ba. home w/pond on 2 Ig. lots. 2 car
carport, many extras. Shown by appt.
only. $93,500.
TRAILER REDUCED. 3 bd., 2 ba.
doublewide on 2 Ig. lots. $36,000. An
extra nice buy.
Desoto St. 2 bd., 1 ba. $43,000 with
good owner financing.
WHITE CITY
4th St. Beautiful 2 bd.. 2 ba. 14' wide


trailer. Ig. 90'x100' I
cing. Only $23,000.C


PORT' S
New Listing: 1610 P
lovely 3 bdrm., 216 b
Lots of storage pl
Must see to apprec


ot. Chain link fen-
D0. 510 8th St. Apartment building only

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., 2 ba. on 1'/, lots,
.. $23,000.
Extra Specialt 3 bd., 2 ba. only
r. JOE $75,000. Best area.
Lg. Family here it is. Brick 5 bd., 2 ba.,
Palm Blvd. arges 8 yrs. old $100,000.
us 25'x25' shop. 205 Tapper Dr. Ward Ridge, 3 bd.,
late. $85,000. 1 '/ ba., Ig. lot nice & neat. $36,000.


204 19th St. Very nice brick home on
corner lot. 3 bd., 2 ba. ch&a, lots of -
closets. On 2 lots. Shown by appt. on-
ly. $58,000. _____
Highland View 4 bd., 1 ba. on 2 lots.
22x32' shop. $23,000.
Oak Grove Corner of Niles -Rd. &
Cherokee St. Lg. area 4'/2 lots with 3
bd., 1 ba. What a buy at $28,000.


INDIAN PASS.
M90' on Gulf, 90' on Lagoon x 1710'
'deep and 2 bd., 1 ba. beach house.
$135,000.
Palm St. 2 bd., 1 ba. Ig. porch, water
view, pool table, furn. $45,0000.
1j00' on Lagoon, pretty lot, $30,000.


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$499 EC.


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Carl and Billie Jean Guilford, Owners


1139c SET


$19995 E


Queen Size SLEEPERS


Early American
Antron-Nylon
Scotchguard
Reg. $499.95


126995


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In Scotchguard, $29995
Reg. $499.95


Apalachicola, Florida


Phone 227-1224, 227-1441


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PAGE TEN


SUMMER HOMECOMING FURNITURE SALE!


QUALITY QUILTED INNERSPRING BEDDING

TWIN SIZE FULL SIZE QUEEN SIZE KING SI;


DALLAS FURNITURE COMPANY


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
414 Reid Avenue Phone 229-8240


Has Been Added At Campbell's Drug


CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE


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12'x64' mobile home and
lot, 3 bedrooms, 1% bath.
Good condition, near Land's
Landing, Wewa. For more
-information, call 229-8507.
2tp 5/31
Double wide custom made
trailer, plus single trailer
tied into double-wide. 3
bdrm., 2 ba. Cen. a&h, on 1
acre of land at White City.
Needs to be seen to be ap-
preciated. Call 227-1767. Ap-
praised for $47,000; asking
$39,000. 4tp5/17
Liveable, Comfortable
Family Home for Sale
4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1g. den,
spacious kitchen, cen. h&a,
corner lot with dog pen and
storage shed. Convenient to
everything. Reduced tp sell.
$79,995. Will consider any
reasonable offer. Call
229-6438 for appointment.
For Sale by Owner: 2256
sq. ft., 7 yr. old brick home
on ,2 Palm Blvd. lots. 3
bdrm., 2 baths, liv. rm.,
din.'rm., panelled den with
f.p., rec. room with wall
cabinets & kit. w/built-in ap-
pliances. Detached dbl.
garage/workshop, double
carport, fenced back yard
and shallow well. 7 ceiling
fans & addt'l roofing insul-
ation. Assumable 9%% mor-
tgage. Call (904) 229-8538 for
appt. tfc 5/31


2 bedroom house, 1 bath,
liv. rm., room for games or
den. Separate dining, kit-
chen & utility rm. 2 car
garage. Utility house & shel-
ter on- back of lot 112'xl50'
chain link fenced. Call
229-6687. tfe 1/26


Invest in the Future:
Acre lots for sale, trees'
-wildlife waterfront ino
down payment: .Country.
living, low interest rates.
Call Mike '639-2728 or Abby-
639-5718 or Charles 639-
2625. TLC Properties.
9t 5/3

Nice property: Magnolia Es-1
states, Howard Creek. Trailer -
w/addition on two (2)
75'x140' lots w/chain link
fence & deep well. Recently
painted and re-roofed. Call
,.29-8000 after 5 p.m.
tfc 1l/17

House or .Sale: 517 10th
St., Port St. Joe, ,$28,000.
Owner financing available
with 25% down. Call after 6
p.m., 648-8339. tfc 5/31

For Sale by Owner: 3
bdrm. house on corner lot.
$29,900. Call after 4 p.m.,
229-6044. 3tc 5/24


misc


1980 Yamaha 850 motor-
cycle. Call St. Joe Paper-
makers F.C.U. 227-1156.
2tc 5/24


Extra nice-mobile home
for sale. Call 648-5239 before
6:00p.m. 2tp5/31
Hot Point air conditioner
10,000 btu, very good cond.
$250; Realistic stereo 340
watts am/fm radio with 2
':Fisher speakers, very good
cond. $200; gold velvet chair,
good cond. $50; 1970 V.W.
needs valve adjustment,
' runs good $250. For more in-
formation come by 422 6th
St., Highland View. Itp
Restaurant equipment for
sale. Open to public, 412 Reid
Ave., 9:30 2:30, Thursday,
May -31. 4x8 flashing sign,
steam table, glasses, silver-
ware, 'chairs, pitchers &
more. Itp
FREE Kittens: Give your
child an extra special gift.
Call 229-8500 after 5:00,p,m.
LAWN FURNITURE
Swings, picnic tables, lawn
chair, settees, flower boxes,
tables, trellis. Call .639-2860,
Wewa. tp 5tp/3
Need tires? We got em!
Slightly used steel belted
radial tires, -guaranteed.
Sizes to fit most cars and
light trucks. Call John
229-8507, Howard Creek.
Sftn 5/3
1979 Yamaha XS 1100, low
mileage, reduced from
$2,900 to $2,500. Call 229-8841
or 229-8997, ask for Jack.


ERA@ PARKER


REALTY, Realtor


HIGHWAY 98 & 31st ST.
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA


648-5777


1-800-874-5073 tOultaie Fia i
1-800-342-6692 (Insiae Fia,
Sales and Rentals. Real Eslate Speciallsls for Over 30 Years.
S 'ICall Us About These Listings as Well As A Large
<1 Inventory of Beach Lots, Wetappo Creek Property,
Commercial Property, Gulf Aire, Mini-Storage
Warehouse Rentals, etc.


MEXICO BEACH
New lIsting: Hwy 386A 2 bd., 1 ba.
energy efficient home. Water to air
heat pump, a/c, deck & garage.
$39,000.
New Listing: Arizona Dr. Very nice 3
bd., 2 ba. stone & cedar home on 2
lots. $69,000.
New Listing: Georgia Ave. 2 bd., 2
ba., excellent condition mobile home,
landscaped & sprinkler system.
$20.,00.
15th St..* 3 bd., 1/ ba. Furnished,
$58,000. __
1st St. Double wide mobile home, 3
bd., 2 ba., with screen porch, comp.
furnished, 'owner financing, 20%
down, balance 12% Interest. $42,000.
Fortner Ave. between 6th & 7th St.
-Furnished .3 bd., 1 ba, home with
screen porch and more. $47,500.00.
Grand Isle 3 bd., 2 ba. stucco home,
2 lots, pool, priv. fence, 2 fireplaces.
$79,000.
7th St. -3 bd., 2 bea. double wide wall
extras. Reduced, $43,000. Owner anx-
ious.
Grand Isle 3 bd., 2 ba., new cedar
home w/garage, $67,000.
Grand Isle 3 bd., 2 ba., new cedar
home w/dbl. garage.'$89,500.
Corner 26th St. & Hwy. 98 Two 2 bd.
apts., upstairs, downstairs, deck &
screened porbh. $75,000.
Water Dr. On canal w/boat dock, 3
bd., 2 ba. brick home. $74,500. Owner
financing.
2no St. Plush double wide, 3 bd., 2
ba,, f.p.. 1 'A lots, Reduced to $49,000.
3.1st St. across from Chamber of
Commerce 2 bd. mobile home, com-
mercial lot. $30,000.
Tenn. Ave. 3 bd., 3 be., cedar home,
,pool, f.p., all extras, $97,000.
Corner 6th & Florida 3 bd., 2 be. dou-
ble wide wif.p. on 1 /i lots. $48,000.
Hwy. 386A 3 bd., 2 ba. double wide
on 1.05 acres. Good terms, $45,000.
Arizona Dr. Stone & cedar, 3 bd., 2
ba., f.p., many extras. Reduced
$72,000. _
12th St.- 2 bd. brick, turn., $45,000.
Grand Isle 3 bd. brick wlefficiency
apt. on 2 corner lots. $79,500.
Maryland Ave. Two 2 bd. mobile
homes on nice lots. $22,000 &
$25,000.
Robin Lane Hwy. 388A. New 2 bd., 2
bea. cedar home, $55,000.-
Corner 4th St. & Fortner Ave. 2 bd.,
mobile home w/lg. sun porch added
across front, furnished, $29,500.
Hwy. 98 & 27th St. C.B. duplex, 2 bd.,
1 ba. ea. side. Furnished, cen. h&a,
Jot size 75'x100'. $58,250.
8th St. 2 bd., 1 ba. frame, Ig. deck.
Reduced to $33,500.
Mexico Beach Beachside
(Between Hwy. 98 & beach)
40th St. 2 bd., 1 ba. brick w/screen
porch, 3rd from beach on 40th St.
$78,000. ____
Completely furnished 2 bd. home
with screen porch, call for details.
Bruvera 26th St. 3 bd., 1c/2 be. brick
home Including attractive fur-
nishings, screen porch, carport, deck
& more. $88,500.


39th St. Duplex. 2 ba., 2 ba, ea.
Screened porcheshe, furnished
$87,500. -', ._ .
40th St.- 3 bd., 2 ba. apt. & 1 bd., 1 ba.
apt. or 3'- 1 bd. apts. (triplex). Most
furnishings. $75,000:
29th St. T*o 4 od 2 Da. stilt-beach
houses. Furnished, good rentals.
$84,500 ea. '
34th St. -Duplek 3 bd.; 2 ba.,each
unit new carpet, cen h&a $130,000.
Owner financing .
.42nd Stl Sandcastle 2 bd,, 1 ba.
brick, turn.. across from marina
$63,500. _____
Circle Dr. "Sandpiper 1 & 2;', Both are
3 bd., 2 ba., brick, turn. Near beach &
canal: $79,000. ea. : '
Hwy. 98 & 24th St. Lg r.b beach col-
t3lage il p 3 Dd 2 ba $68.000
34th St. "Drifting Sands" 4 bd., 2
bla. stilt house, turn. $104,000.
ST. JOE BEACH
Hwy. 98 Enjoy the beautiful view oft
the gulf and at the same time the
privacy of a location nestled' In the
pines. Contemporary 2 bdrm., 2 ba,
home w decks & style that enhance
the setting. Some furnishings plus a
tv. satellite dish system. Call for
Details. -
St. Joe Beach Enchanting 2 story 3
bdrm., 2 a ba. home completely
renovated. Everything brand new
from carpet to appliances. Heated.
pool wlprivacy, fence, pool house &
shop. Too many great features to list.-
Must see to appreciate. Selma St.
Corner of Alabama-& Desoto. New
cedar stilt home, has modern design,
2 bd., 1'/2 be., totally equipped'kit:
chen inc. refrig., range, d.w. &
microwave. Cathedral ceiling. 2
cypress inside walls, carpet, cen.-
heat (heat pump) & alc. On 75'x150'
lot $69,500.
Fla. Ave. o of o Pineda -Lg. 3 bd., 2 ba.
home wifireplace on Ig. lot. Recently
renovated. $55,000.
Coronado St.- 4 bd. frame house and
1 bd. apt:on lot plus 10'. $41,900.'Sub.
mit offers:
BEACON HILL
4th St. 3bd., 1 ba. house w/f.p. on 3
lots, $36,000. .
2nd Ave. between 3rd & 4th St. 2 bd.,
2 ba. or 1 bd. duplex $26,500,
OVERSTREET
New ListIng: 2 bd., 2 be. mobile home
on .63 acres, partly furnished,
$22,500. '
3 bd. brick, home on 1.02 acres.
$47,500,
GULF AIRE
New Listing: Lovely 3 bd., 2 ba. quali-
ty brick home wlappliances.
'$125,000.' "
COMMERCIAL.
Hwy. 98, Highland View. Drive-in or
sandwich shop on .83 acres. $68,000.

PORT ST. JOE
" 9th St. 3 bd., 1 's ba. block house.
$5,000 down, assumable loan at 9%
Interest. Low monthly payments.
Oak Grove Handyman's dream.
SFramed 3 bd., I ba. ola St.
$11,000.00.


BEACHFRONT
Hwy 98 & 10lh St. Max Bch. 1 unit
of :Shoreline' quadriapie. 2 bd., 1
oa turnisned, 563,500
40th St. Mex. Bch. 3 bd., 2 ba. brick,
furn,, caiport 5160.000
Gulffiont Mex. Bch. (101 81') vacant'
lot and second lot w/duplex. Call for
details -.
BEACON -HILL *- 'uff waterfront, 4
bd.. 2 ba 65 acie, most lurnishlngs)
dedicaleao eacn $132.000
Also see townhouses for beach
front.
TOWNHOUSES
'McDowell's Townhouses Beach
view: 2 bd. 2'-' ba. $82,000. Owner
financing. : '
Coronado I Gull View Gull Front t.
Joe 'Beach. One and 2 bd. units.
$77,500 and $87,500,.flnanc:ng.
Serenity by the Sea Just completed.
Only 1 left,' 2 bd.,' 2v ba, GL)LF
FRONT, carpet, cen. h&a, cell. fans,
* aln Ki adppi "'cluding built-in m.w. &
sep icemaker.'w&d. 42nd St., Mexico
Beach,..
29th St. New stucco quadraplex
condominiums. Downstairs uunits
fiave 2 bd., 2 ba. Upstairs units have 4
bd., 2 ba. Second from beach,with un-
obstructed view of Gulf from upstairs
units. Pre-constructon prices. .
41st St. Beachside 1 bd., 1"ba.new
cedar units, $44,500.00:
Gulf Pointe St. Joe Beach. 2 & 3 bd.,
2V' ba. Dedicated beach. Near future
plans Include courtyard w/pool, spa &
more. Pre-completion prices "Clip-
per" $77,500; "Schooner" $79,500
and "Mariner" $89.500.
Pier Pointe 37th St. Max. Bch.
Beachslde, 2 bd., 1%1 ba.
d1 bd., .1/ be. patio homes & town-
houses, 38th St., Mex. Bch. beach-
side, $48,000. -.
Blue Water 28th St., Mex..Bch,
beachside; 2 bd., 1 I ba. $59,500.
Luxury by the Pier Beachfront *Mex.
SBch. 37th &.38th St. 2 bd., 2A ba. or3
Sbd.. 2 be. Several.to choose from.
SCompletely urn. & equipped or unfur-
nished. Call to see & get complete in-
fornation. -
Dockside Miramar Dr., Mex. Bch.
Beachside on canal, 2 bd., 2V1 bp.,
wiaoal dock $86 500.
Sand Clifi VlfTas Hwy. 98, Mex. Bch. -
on bluff overlooking Gulf. 3 bd., 3 bea.
2'car garage.____
Sea Side 14th St., Mex. Bch. 2 bd.,
1/ ba. 6% interest. $69,500. Call for
details. .
Warren James II 32nd St. beachside.
Mex. Bch. 2 bd.. 1 '1 ba., furnished,
$69,500. _
,Gulf View- Elegant 2 bd., 2V1 ba. Eur-
opean style cabinetry, $75,000.
Owner financing.
CREEKWOOD
On beautiful Wetappo Creek. Lots '/2
acre or more. Creekfront lots.
$15,000. Inside lots, $8,000. Owner
financing. $500.00 down. 12%" in-
terest..;,
HIGHLAND VIEW
Second Ave. between 2nd & 3rd St.
Small one bdrm. house in need of
Repair on 2 lots. Adjoining lot is ideal
for trailer lot. $9,000.00.


$25.00 REWARD
for Any Sewing Machine
We Cannot Repaii'
SPECIAL $9.95
to clean, oil and adjust ten-
sion on your sewing-:mach,
ine. We guarantee your
machine can sew on any fab-
ric.
The Sewing Room ,'-',
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151
tfc 6/7


WATKINS PRODUCTS
229-6023
Sct 2/2



FOR RENT


14x52' 2' bedroom trailer,
new. No pets. Cill 648-5361..
lt 5/31
Beacon Hill Gulfside, 4
bdrm., 2 ba. cottage, part-
ially furnished. Will rent by
year or 6 mos. Call 639-5073,
Wewa. 2tq5/24.
12x65' mobile home, 2
bdrm., 6 miles out of Wewa
on Overstreet Hwy. $140
month. Call 648-8368. 6tc 5/24
One bedroom apartment,
single or couple. No pets.'
Damage deposit' required.
Call 648-8201. 2t 5/24
Furnished one bedroom
apartment for rent, --.1508
Long Ave. Deposit required.
Phone 229-6825 after 5:00
p.m. 4tp5/17
Room for Rent:, by day,
week, month. Airond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723.'302
Reid Ave. tfc'10/27
Mobile home lotsa,fo
rent. Rustic Sands, Camp-.
ground. 648-5229. .tfcp/3

No need for. wet carpts..
Dry clean them wvithHOST.
Use rooms right -away. Rent
machine. St. -Joe Furniture.
227-1251.


For carpets cleaned the
Sway professionals do it-at a
fraction :of the cost, rent
Rinse N Vac, the portable
steam carpet cleaning
system. Available at
Western AUito, phone
27-ll15, 219 Reid Ave.


GULF GARDEN,
APARTMENTS
Now accepting
applications.
Ready ,
for occupancy "I
Mid October .
Rent Based on 25%
of gross income.
Unfurnished:.. .
1 Bdrm. $160. Min.
2 Bdrm. $195. Min.


Call or write
(904) 871-2714
6201 Boat Race Rd.
Panama City, FL 32404
tfc 5/241



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Yard Sale: Highway 98, St.
Joe Beach, between Gulf &
Selma St. Friday, 8 a.m. 5
p.rm.; and Saturday, 8 a.m. -
noon. Itp
Yard Sale: May 26 till
June 6. 9 a.m. till ? daily.
Corner of DeSoto and
Americus, St. Joe Beach.
Ladies' clothes (1g. sizes),
over 300 books, shoes,
dishes, cameras & furniture.
Mostly new items. Low
prices: Brand new hide-a-
bed and chair, appliances. A
lot of things not mentioned.
Yard Sale: Ward Ridge,
107 Monica Dr., Saturday,
June 2. Clothes, toys,. etc.
7:30to.2:00. -"
Yard Sale: Sat.,: June 2,
Hwy. 71, White City, 8 a.m.
Stil l. -


ATTENTION BUILDERS, DEVELOPERS,
CONTRACTORS
Drafting, Custom Designs, Site Plans, EPI
& Heat Loss Calculations, Material Take-
offs, etc.. Reasonable Rates.
THORNTON ASSOCIATES 648-5142
.pp4/12




Gulf Satellite

Systems

10 Foot Systems $1850
Plus Tax (Completely Installed)


.....-P FINANCING AVAILABLE
0 No Money down Up to 72 Months

SALES and. INSTALLATION
After 5:00 P.M. Call 229-8171

S NORMAN BIXLER, Owner'





HANNON REALTY, Inc.

(904) 227-1133

FRANK HANNON, Broker ROY SMITH, Sales Associate
MARGARET HALE, Sales AssociateMIKE FERRIS, Sales Associate
KAREN KING, Sales Associate
HOMES
WELL-MAINTAINED FAMILY COTTAGE WITH CORNER LOT IS LOCATED
..ON THE HIGHWAY FRONT AT ST. JOE BEACH. Features 3 BR, 1 '/4 ba.,
great outdoor liinmg viin large screenea.lp porcr, and elevated redwood
deck. House* designed wiri late!. adaiton of upper story in mind.
Reasonably priced atl 74.900 25. down owner financing at 12%.
Large 4 BR, 2 ba. Iouse'ohn2 lots. App'o'n 1500 sq. ft. of living area plus
8'x22' screened porch Only $32.00000 IDEAL FOR LARGE FAMILY.
NEW ON .MARKET. Nea31 2 odm 1 Oa nome at St. Joe Beach. Central air
and heat. Large screenea po'cn and atlacnen, carport. $38.000. Unfurnish.
ed. $42,000 Furnished. ;.. :
- NEW LISTING: 2 bdrm., tIa. friamedwelling..Only $26.000.00,
NEW LISTING: 4 bdrm.. 2ba.; masonry.lomepon 90'x180' corner lot. Has liv-
ing kitchen, living room aidtfdoubie.carport. $52,000.00.
NEW LISTING: 3 bdrm., 1 V2 bath brick -hme on corner lot. Double carport. 2
screen porches. Only $39.900. ,''
Superb 4 bdrm,. 3 be. brick home wtr. 3000 sq ft. of centrally heated and
-cooled living space.-fireplace in.fam.r'm,, formal liv. & dining combination.
All this on a spacious lot r,. ecellent ne.gnborn.,.:
New 3 bdrm. 2 ba. home with split bedroom plan, Ig. kitchen. $61,000.
3 bdrm., 1 ba. home on Long Avenue. Owner asking $29,500. but willing to
reduce to sell.
COMMERCIALLOTS
,60'x90' corner lot adjacent to professional building, an ideal office site. On-
ly $18.000.
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
150' building lot at Ward Ridge, $11,500. .
High and dry lot at Indian Pass. $11,500.
Two acres more or less at Jones Homestead.
Interior & Bay Front lots on Cape San Bias. Beginning at $10,000.
TOWNHOYISES
We have a nice selection of townhobses on Cape San Bias, St. Joe Beach
and Mexico Beach. To see this on weekends call 648.5659 or 648-5190.


Moving Sale at 512 8th St.
on Saturday, June 2. 9:00
a.m. till. Itp
Yard Sale- Thursday and
Friday.9a.m -lp.m.,Sear-
cy St.,' White City, look for
signs off Hwy. 71. Lots of
children's clothing and umsc.
items.
Yard Sale: Sat., June 2.
Selma St.. St. Joe Beach.
Furniture. toys. play pen,
sewing machine, antique oak
wardrobe. 8 a.m. till.
648-8555. ltp



Flea Market Place. 35th
St.. Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach.
Tables for Rent. Household
items, appliances, and other
items. Opened 7 days a
week. buying and selling.
Call 648-8155. 4tp 5/10





LOCAL ROUTE
FOR SALE
No selling, collection only.
Will net approx. $400 per-
week. Requires 3-4 hours per
week. Will take $18,000 cash.
Write Box 308, this paper, in-
clude your telephone
number and address. 2tp 5/31


1980 Ford Courier pickup
truck. Call 648-8560 after 5:00
p.m. 2t5/31
1981 F100 Ford pickup, 6
cyl., 4-spd. with overdrive.
Call 229-6820 after 6 p.m.

St. Joe Papermakers
Federal Credit Union is ac-
cepting bids on a 1981 Buick
Century, 4 dr., a/c, am/fm
cassette. The car can be seen
at 530 Fifth St. The credit
union reserves the right (o
refuse any bid. 227-1156.
2t 5/24


SEVIE


SWill, babysit in my home,
dd housework and stay with
the elderly. Call after 3 p.m..
229-8933. 3tp 5/24
We Move Mobile Homes
Insured
Call for Information
6t 648-8368
6tc 5/24
Professional Wallpaper
Hanging
Painting
Free Estimates
Pioneer Services
653-9214
D. LeBlanc
New Construction,
Residential
6tp 5/24
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

BOAT REPAIRS
All Types
and Custom-Made
Fishing Boats
Call 1/639-5212
tfc 2/16
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in
day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
Joe. 227-1145 (24 hours).
Complete LAWN Service
Raking Mowing
0 Edging Hedge Trim
, Weed Control 0 Fertilize
Phone 229-8343
for Estimates &
Appointments
tfc 5/31


Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax

Accounting & Income Tax
Service Small Business
Individual
Monthly Accounting
Wauneta Brewer Patl Hohman
Owner Assistant
220 Reid Ave.
Phone 229-8536




ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS






-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work
Gen. Con. RG 0033843

GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P.O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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PAINTING
Interior and Exterior
Paper Hanging
Free Estimates
Blalock, 229-8924
tfc 6/7
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

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
Constructqoq
President d al






W. S. (Biffl Quarles
CUSTOM HOMES
MULTI-FAMILY
229-8795
RG00'40048


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151


Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


The Sew
410A Re
p T" T Port St. J

"Quality Fabrics a


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BOB'S.SMALL ENGINE '
REPAIR
Atlantic St.
St. Joe Beach
Tiller, Chain Saws
& Lawn Mowers '*'A
Bob Ridgley "
648-5106 tfc 5/3

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

RESIDENTIAL
CONSTRUCTION
REMODELING '
SCall 648-5373 "'.
. tcl/5 .1


COSTING INSURANCE
AGENCY.JNC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe, '
Phone229I-899 :
tfc.1/84. ,q
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THE LAUNDRY ROOM ,
408 Reid Ave. 2296954 .
Open 7 Days A Week
Mon. Fri., 8 a.m. 8 p.m. -
Sat., 8 a.m. -6 p.m. .
Sun., 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
Self service or drop/off'
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Going Fishing?
Sltop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue




ing Room
?id Avenue /OOvs
oe, Florida

t Affordable Prices"

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REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE


* Phone 2294374


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


kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


* 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


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1984


Notice of Tax

Certificate Sale

Pursuant to chapter 197.062 FLORIDA
STATUTES, notice is hereby given that on the 1st
day of JUNE, 1984, at 2:00 O'Clock, P.M., tax sale
certificates will be sold on the following described
lands to pay the amount due for the taxes herein
set opposite the same, together with all costs of
such sale and all advertising. Sale will be held at
the Gulf County Courthouse, County Commission
Meeting Room, 1000 5th Street, Port St. Joe, Coun-
t of Gulf, State of Florida.
EDA RUTH TAYLOR,
Tax Collector, Gulf County, Florida


WHITFIELD ACRES UNRECORDED
A SUBDIVISION OF NE/4 OF SW/4 OF
SECTION 5 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE
6 WEST LOTS BEING 60 X 130 FT
* 7 8 -BAILEY GEORGE MARVIN
WHITFIELD ACRES UNRECORDED
A 60 A 130 FT LOT FR GOOLSBY
ORB 66/573
MAP 0IS6A
WHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION
UNRECORDED A SUBDIVISION OF THE
NW 1/4 OF THE SW 1/4 OF SECTION
5 TWP 7 SOUTH RANGE 8 WEST GULF
7 COUNTY, FLORIDA MAP S 156-A
S 7 8w -HILL JIM. TRUSTEE
BLK C WHITFIEL3 ACRES SUBO. UNRECORDED
W 1/2 OF LOT 2 RECORDED IN
OFFICIAL RECORD 'BOOK 82 PAGE 234
MAP 0 156 A
--GOOUIN MERLE
ULK E WHITFIELD ACRES SUBDIVISION
N/2 OF 105 BY 105 FT LOT
ORB 91/484
S 7 8 -CALHOUN GEORGE W. ET UX
* ULK E WHITFIELD ACRES SUBD UNRECORDED
SLOT S LESS W 75,FT ORB 23/997
E 999
MAP 0156A
WHITFIELO ACRES AT HOWARD CREEK
SECOND ADDITION PLAT BOOK I PAGE
59 A SUBDIVISION OF SE 1/4 OF
SSW 1/4 OF SECTION S TwP 7 SOUTH
RANGE 8 WEST GULF COUNTY'
--HOLLEY GENE
LK 1 WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD CREEK
SECOND ADOTION PG I PG 59
LOT 12 OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK 76
PAGE 100? MAP 0 156 A
--CANNON WILLIE L. t HELEN
BLK 4 WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD CREEK
SECOND ADDITION PR I PG 59
LOT 6 ORB 44/228 MAP 0156A
--HELMS NELSON & GLENNA
BLK 11 WHIrFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD CREEK
SECOND ADDITION PB I PG 59
LOT 4 MAP 1L56 A
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
+ A SUBDIVISION OF W/2 OF Sw/4 OF
SECTION 5 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE
S 8 WEST LYING SOUTH OF SR 387 &
PART SE/4 OF SE/4 OF SErTION 6
TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE 8 WEST
1 7 8 -DAY C. E. JR. E ET UX
BLK 4 HOWARD CREEK PROP UNRECORDED
W/2 OF LOT 3 ORB 5,7/8645
: MAP #156A
: 7 8 -ELDER WILLIAM R. ET' UX
BLK 6 HOWARD LREEK PROP UNRECORDED
N/2 OF LOT 4 ORB 57/813
MAP #156A
7 .4 -ELDER BILLY R.
BLK 5 HOWARD CREEK PROP UNRECORDED
": S/2 OF LOT 4 ORB 57/816
MAP #156A
STOKES DEAD LAKES CAMP UNIT ONE
PB d PG 36 A SUBDIVISION OF PART
OF SECTION 31 TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 9
: MAP 0109C
: 4 9 -GREEN HILL FARMS INC.
A\LUT ON OEAM LAKES REC'O ORB
70/771 FR EASTERLING
'MAP 8110
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 35
IN SECTION 9 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9
MAP" 12TC
--SINGLETARY J. E. JOHN PAGE
: BLK 2 KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNII ONE PB 2 PG 35

MAP T127C
S --JOHNSON LARRY E.
8. BLK 3 KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 35
N/2 OF LOT 2
MAP 0127C
CHIPOLA CUTOFF ADDITION TO IOLA
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 21
*". A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTIONS
7IT 20 T 4 R 9
MAP OILIA
--BURGESS MAXINE
BLK,I CHIPOLA CUTOFF ADDITION TO IOLA
LOT 4
MAP 111A
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. 1 UNRECORDED
IN SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9
MAP 11 H .N.
S --HOBBS EMORY GAY ET UX
BLK C RED BULL ISLAND SURD. UNIT NO. I
LOT 8 ORB 16/117-5
MAP 0112B
--OUCHENE KENNETH A. ET AL
BLK 0 RED BULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. I
LOT 4 ORB 75/1031
MAP 0I1123
REO dULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. 2 UNRECORDED
SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9 AND
SECTION 25 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10
--VEAL EDWARD DAN ET UX
BLK F RED HULL ISLAND SUBO. UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 4 E 5
MAP 712B
--GARNER JOHN P. ET UX
BLK J RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 4 ORB 88/442 FR GARNER
S MAP 011ZB
--LANE RICHARD 6 LOUISE
BLK K RED BULL ISLAND SUBDO. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 12, ORB 74/664
MAP o112B
--BUTLER WALTON
BLK M RIO BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
1 ACRE, ADJOINING LOT 18 REC'O
ORB 72/709
MAP 11'ZR2
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
UNRECORDED IN- US GOV*T LOT Z
FRACTL SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 4
-SOUTH RANGE 9 WEST
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
--NOLIND RAY E. 6 LETHIE
BLK B RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO..3
LOTS 8 C 15
MAP #112B
COCHRAN LANDING PROPERTY
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION BY PARKER
IN. SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9
MAP #>112B
--JAY DONALO ET UX
SCCICCHRAN LANDING PROP. UNRECORDED
LOTS 9 E 10 ORB 71/799 C ORB
74/74
MAP #1128
--SHORES CHARLES B.
COCHRAN LANDING PROP. UNRECORDED
LOT 106
H MAP 01128
1: 4 9 -SNYDER C. F.. MRS. '
REC'O ORB 12/88, LESS ORB 60/65
TO NEAL
MAP 0112C
1- 4 9 -GREENE JACQUELINE P.
175 X 60 FT LOT IN SW/4 OF NW/4
ORB 82/676
MAP 1.112C
a. 5 9 -HYSMITH JAKE G.
ORB .-1/1017 FROM LISTER IN SE
CrIRNER OF SECTION
9 5 9 -TRAYLUR LOIS
GULF STATION FR GASKIN ORB 35/6
MAP U114C
RIVERSIDE PARK SUBDIVISION
CORRECTIVE REPLAY UNIT NO. I PR 2
PG 38 BY JOE T LAND IN SECTION 31
TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9 WEST, GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
MAP #112C
--SIMS CLARENCE C CLARENCE L.
ULK 4 CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF RIVERSIDE
PARK UNIT NO I PB 2 PG 3
LOT 6
MAP #112C
--LISENBY GEORGE ET UX
3LK 4 CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF' RIVERSIDE
PARK UFFIT NO I PB 2 PG 38
LOT 12 ORB .79/1014
MAP II12C
--L1SENBY GEORGE ET UX
BLK N CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF RIVERSIDE
SPARK UNIT NO I PB 2 PG 38
LOT 14 ORB T9/ID14
MAP #112C
S --KIRKLAND 8. F.
BLK I [CORELTIVE REPLAT OF RIVERSIDE
PARK UNIT NO I PB 2 PG 38
*. 10 2
MAP P11I2C
--KIRKLAND B. F.
BLK 7 CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF RIVERSIDE
PARK UNIT NO I PB 2 PG 38
LOT N
MAP PII2C
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TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10 C SECTION 31
TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10 '
MAP .1 94U E112C
--WHITFIELO FREDDIE
Li ai CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWIN LAKES
SUHO UNIT 2 PB 2 PG 44
LOT 4
MAP '940
GJLF- LOUTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
AN UNRECORDED SURDIvISION IN
S 30 T 5 R B9 OF SR 71 92.24
ACRES LESS R/w
--WILLIAMS ROGER JR.
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 2
TRACT 75 2 ACRES ORB 78/53-3
MAP 01158B
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB 2 PG 25
IN NW/4 OF SECTION 34 TOWNSHIP 5
RANGE 9 & PARI OF FRACTIONAL
SECTION 27 TOWNSHIP 5 RANGE 9
--BROWN PHYLLIS A. & EDWARD C.
BLK 4 DOUGLAS LANDING SUBDIVISION,
LOT 4 C W 37 FT OF LOT 6
ORB 91/232 FR BROWN
--THORNE LEAMON 0.
BLK 4 DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT I PB 2 PG 25
LOTS 5 C 7 ORB 91/02 FR BROWN
MAP 0132D
--f4ATHIELD JOSEPH A.
BLK 6 DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT I PB 2 PG 25
LOT 3
MAP #1320
--PLOTKE, JOEL F ET UX
DOUGLAS LANDING SUB.
LOTS 12 & 13 OF RLK B UNIT NO. I
34 5 9 -D'lSERNIA BRIAN R. ET UX
PART OF SE/4 I E/2 OF SW/4 LYING
S OF SR 381 E OF ST. JOE PAPER
CO WATER SUPPLY -CANAL
MAP 01320
35 5 9 -GATES JERRY
REC'D ORB 79/310
MAP 0143
2 6 9 -O'ISERNIA BRIAN R. ET UX
ALL W/2 SECT 2 LYING S OF WILLIS
LODG RO LESS 1.3984 AC TO TELE CO
IN ORB 55/25 REC'D ORB 68/99
MAP 0144
3 6 9 -D'ISERNIA BRIAN R. ET UX
LOT I ORIG N/2 OF LOTS 2 & 3
ORIG LESS 7 AC TO PAPER CO L LESS
3 AC TO LANGFURO W OFCANAL
MAP 133
ANDEORA PARK SUBDIVISION
PB 1 PG 10 A SUBDIVISION OF ALL
OF SECTION 6 TOWNSHIP 6 RANGE 9
II 6 9 -0'ISERNIA BRIAN R. ET UX
THAT PORTION OF W/2 OF SECT 11
LYING W OF CO RD ORB 76/845

NAP 0144
25 3 10 -SOWELL JERRY DON
100 FT ON DEAD LAKES 301 FT AV
DEPTH ON IOLEWOOD OR ORB 90/129
FR SPOONER'
MIDWAY PARK SUBO PB I PG 43
SECTION 25 TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 10
GULF COUNTY
--GATES JERRY
BLK 1 MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43
LOTS 1 6 2 & ORB 38/6419 LESS
1.25 AC OUT OF NEC OF LOT 2
ORB 58/678
MAP 091A
--GATES JERRY
BLK I MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB I PG 43
1.25 AC OUT OF NEC OF LOT 2
ORB 90/1039 'QC FR SUODUTH 9/82


--STERZORY RICHARD A. ET UX '
BLK 2 MIDWAY PARK SUBO PB I PG 43
'LOTS 2 E 3
MAP 91A
IDLEWOOD SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1
IN SECTION 25 TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 10
PB 2 PG 15 MAP 091A
-SPANN ANN K.
BLK 4 IDLEWOOD SUBDIVISION UNIT NO. I
LOT I
MAP 91A
IDLEWObD-PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT 1
SECTION 25 TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 10
PB 2 PG 1 MAP 091A
25 3 10 -HUGHES L. R.
PARCEL NO I OF HUGHES PLAT
UNRECORDED LESS. SLY 50 FT TO
BOYD
MAP 891A
35/36 3 10'-BROCK RONNT-E
395.82 FT ON SR 71 614 FT AV
DEPTH ORB 93/201 FR OWENS
36 3 10 -HANLON JOHN E* & SUE
ORB 85/296 FR J. C. HANLON
MAP ,910
36 3 10 -MANLON DANIEL GENE
6.637 A~ 5 110 FT ON DEAD'LAKES
, ORB 85/657
...AP "091D
36 3 10 -LEE BILLY G. ET AL
IN dRIG LOT T ORB 81/400 PARCEL
I.
NAP 0910
36 3 10 -LEE BILLY G. ET AL
255.50 FT BY 170.49 FT REC'D ORB
81/400 PARCEL II
MAP 0910
RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDITION TO
IOLA UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 24

-STEWART JACK 0.
BLK 4 RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADON TO IOLA
PB 2.P6 24 UNIT NO 1I
LOT 11
MAP $1288
-TOLBERT JOWN R. DELLE
BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADON TO IOLA
PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO I
LOT 1 ORB 69/219
MAP l281
-TOLBERT JOHN L. C DELLE
BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES AOON TO IOLA
PB 2-PG 24 UNIT NO 1
LOT .2
NAP 01288
--PEADEN GREGORY A.
HCK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADOON TO IOLA
PB '2 PG 24 UNIT NO I
LOT 17 ORB. 78/270
MAP 01288
--PEADEN ROBERT E. ET UX
BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES AOON TO IOLA
PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1
LOT 1`8
MAP #1288
C. 'F. HANLON SUBDIVISION NO 1
PB 1 PG 42 A SUBDIVISION OF PART
OFLOT. T ORIG IN SECTION 36
TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 10
MAP 091D
--MIXON P. E.
BLK 0 C. F. HANLON SUBD NO 1 PB 1 PG 42
LOTS 9 6 10 ORB 86/69
MAP 0910
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG 4
BEING IN SECTION 36 TOWNSHIP 3
RANGE 10 MAP P910
11 4 10 -SCHOEPFLIN MARY R., TRUSTEE
STRIP OFF S END OF ROWELL TRACT
REC'O ORB 73/560
MAP 892C
MEEKS LAKE SUBO PB 2 PG 11
IN SECTION IN TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10
MAP 893a
--NEWSOME GROVER C & BERTIA MAE
8LK 3 MEEKS LAKE SUBO PB 2 PG 11
LOT 11
MAP 893B
13 4 10 -BRYANT BILLY F.
ORB 55/61 FR WHALEY 55 FT LOT
MAP #93A
13 4 10 -STRANGE A. P. JR.
REC'D ORB 14/32
MAP 093A
14 4 10 -DAVIS OTIS JR. & LOVE
NW/4 OF SW/4
MAP 693B
15 4 10 -FLOWERS LOUIE ET UX
150 X 150 FT LOT UNRECORDED
DEED ON 11/78 FR T.H.Me PARKER

15 4 10 -PARKER THOMAS H.e BRENDA Fe.
COM AT NEC OF NE/4 OF SW/4. S 300
FT TO PDB S 150 FT, W I150 FT. N
150 FT, E 150 FT TO P6OB ORB
78/899 FR FLOWERS
MAP 875'
15 4 10 -DAVIS OTIS JR.
E/2 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 SW/4 OF SE/4
OF SE/4 NE/4 OF SE/4 C ALL OF
SW/4 OF SE/4. LYING BTWN OLD PC
RD S SR 22, LESS TO SCARBROUGH IN
oRB 74/54 MAP T75
15 4 10 -AL KRAFT INC.
08K 35/13 W 132 BY 330 FT OF LOT
23 ORANGE ACRES
MAP 875
15 4 10 -OAWSON WILLIE JAMES
A LOT 50 BY 100 FT FR MYERS
REC'O ORB 75/974
MAP 075


22 4 10 -DAVIS OTIS SR S LOVE
PORTION OF W/2 OF W/2 OF NE/4 OF
NE/4. LYING N OF SR 22 ORB
91/399 FR STEVENS C MELTON INC
23 4 10 -GRAY CLARENCE
A LOT 74 X 82 FT REC'D ORB 87/878
MAP T93C
22 4 10 -KEMP PAULINE
REC'O ORB 72/694 PARCEL 03
MAP 075
22/23 4 10 -DAVIS OTIS JR. ET UX
REC'D ORB 72/694 PARCELS I 2 E
ORB 75/590
MAP S75 C 93C
23 4 10 -GRIFFIN DWIGHT H.
ALL THAT PART OF NW/4 OF SE /4
LYING N OF SR 22 SW /4 OF NE /4
LYING BETWEEN OLD & NEW SR 22.
REC'D ORB 5/335
MAP 093C '
C L MORGAN'S ADON TO WEWAHITCHKA
FLA UNIT NO ONE PB 2 PG 33
A SUBDIVISION IN NE/4 OF N/4 OF
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TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10 MAP 093C
--MULLINS JAMES H. ET UX
BLK 4 C L MORGAN'S ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA
FLA UNIT NO ONE PB 2 PG 33
LOT 2
MAP 93C
--MULLINS JAMES H.
BLK 4 C L MORGAN'S ADDN TO WEWAHITCHKA
FLA UNIT NO ONE PB 2 PG 33
LOTS 3 E 5
MAP 093C
23 4 10 -BECK LEE EST C/O ROBERT JONES
BK 12/592 LESS SOLO TO OTHERS
Z4 4' 10 -MC LEMORE PENNY M.
SW/A OF NW/4. LESS 2 A IN SWC
ORB 67/931 FR CHURCHWELL
BRITTS SUBDIVISION TO WEWAHITCHKA
SECTION 24/4/10
--LISTER ROY M.
BLK 7 BRITTS SUBDIVISION TO WEWAHITCHKA
LOTS I C 2 ORB 86/871
24 4 10 -MC LEMORE PENNEY KNOWLES
ORB 20/504
MACKS ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
PB 1 PG 14 IN SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
MAP 94A
--CANNING DR. H. B. EST.
MACKS ADDON TO WEWAHITCHKA
PB I PG. 14
BEGIN AT SWC OF LOT 32 RUN N 30
FT E 80 FT S 30 FT M 80 FT TO BEG
.MAP 094A
--DREW L. 0. ET AL
MACKS AOON TO WEWAHITCHKA,
PB 1 PG 14
LOTS 67 C 68 ORB 83/195
MAP 094A
RISHES SUBDIVISION
TO WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
--WHITFIELD MICHAEL W.
BLK 1 RISHES SUBDIVISION
LOT 9
--WHITFIELD JAMES FRANKLIN
BLK 1 RISHES SUBDIVISION
LOTS 10 11,
CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. I
TO W.WAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
--CLECKLEY CHARLES R. & BETTY
BLK 1 CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
LOT 22 ORB 81/774
CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO 2
SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
--WORTH ROBERT L. ET UX
BLK 9 CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 15

HARDENS SUBDIVISION
.'TO WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
IN SECTION 25.T 4 R 10
--TYLER HAZEL H. .
BLK 1 HARDENS SUBDIVISION
.- LOTS 3 & 4
--FORTNER' WILLIE JOE
BLK 1 HARDENS SUBDIVISION
LOTS 10, 11 E 12 ORB 87/132
--CAPPS MARY V.
BLK 2 HARDENS SUBDIVISION
LOTS 17, NI/2 OF 1' ORB 67/1095
BEING A LIFE ESTATE
.25 4 10 -MUINA GLENDA
BEG AT NEC OF SE/4 OF NE/4 RUN
S 210 YDS FOR PO0, TH RUN N .70
YDS. E TO YDS. S 70 YDS, W TO7 YDS
TO B P DORB 93/377 FR RISH
26 4.. 10 -ROWLAND J. M.
ORB 72/410 FR T L JAMES CO LYING
IN SE/4 OF NE/4
M AP '948
WHISPERING PINES UNIT NO 1 PB 3
PG 9 A SUBDIVISION IN SECTIONS
26 & 35 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
--SINCLAIRE LANCE W.
WHISPERING PINES UNIT I PB 3 PG 9
LOTS 12 G 13 ORB 93/838 PR
CLECKLEY
MAP 094C
WILLIAMSBURG PB I PG 3
A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF NE/4 OF
NW/4 OF SECTION 26 TOWNSHIP 4
RANGE 10 '
MAP 948
--RHINEHART MARGARET FOSTER
BLK B WILLIAMSBURG PB I PG 3
LOTS -2 3 E 4 ORB 79/604
MAP 0948
--WILLIAMS'DAVID ESTATE
BLK B WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3
LOTS 20, 21s 22, 23 E 24
MAP 6948
--FOSTER ELIZABETH MARGARET
BLK B WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3'
LOT 29
MAP 0948
--FOSTER LIZABETH MA:RGAIRET
BLK B WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3
LOTS 31* 32 E 33
OAP 0948
--WILLIAMS ROOSEVELT
BLK B WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3
LOT 34
MAP 8948
--BOSTICK CHARLES VERA.
BLK G WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3
LOT 2 ORB TS5/948
MAP 094B
--FINDLEY BEADY
BLK G WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3
LOT 3
MAP 8948
PINE RIDGE ADDITION
TO WEWAHIT:HKA PB 2 PG 8
A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTIONS
23 & 26 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10
--REFOUR LELA
BLK 2 PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOT 2
MAP 8948
--RILL CHARLIE E ORA MAE
BLK 3 PINE RIDGE ADDITION PB 2 PG..8
LOT 6 ORB 89/266 FR HILL
MAP #948
--PHARHAM EVELYN MRS.
BLK 4 PINE RIDGE SUBDIVISION
LOT 13
LESTERS SUBDIVISION
OF WEWAHITCHKA. FLORIDA
SECTION 36 1 4 R 10

--WARREN NETTLE MRS. HEIRS OF
BLK 2 LESTERS SUBDIVISION
LOT 21. E W 70 FT OF 24 OBK 33/211
C ORB 1/530 FR LESTER
36. 4 10 -GLASS JONATHAN
REC'D BK 14/370
36 4 10 -HUGHES WILLIAM WILLIS
REC*D ORB 57/938 FROM WHALEY
THOMAS SUBDIVISION OUT OF SECT 36
AND 25 TWP 4 SR 10 WEST FILED.
FOR PERMANENT RECORD SEPTEMBER
26. 1978 RECeD PLAT BOOK 3 PAGE
15 PUBLIC RECORDS
--THOMAS JOHN F. C PEARL J.
BLK B THOMAS SUBDIVISION
LOT I ORB 91/774 QC FR THOMAS
36 4 10 -DANIELS JOHN WILLIAM JR.
ORB 34/b8
MITCHELL MANOR SUBDIVISION
UNRECORDED. IN SECTION 36
TOWNSHIP.4 SOUTH RANGE 10 WEST,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
LOT 1 HWY FRONTAGE
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
LOT 2 HWY FRONTAGE .5 AC M/L
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
LOT 4 HWY FRONTAGE ..5 AC N/L
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBO. UNRECORDED
LOT 5 INTERIOR LOT AC M/L
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBO. UNRECORDED
SLOT B .5 AC M/L
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
LOT 9 .5 AC M/L
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBO. UNRECORDED
LOT 12 .5 AC M/L
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBO. UNRECORDED
LOT 13 .5 AC M/L
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
LOT 14
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBO. UNRECORDED
LOT 15
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBO. UNRECORDED
LOT 16


36 4 10 -MITCHELL MANOR
A LOT 180 FT ON HWY BY 150 FT.
BEING THAT PART EXCEPTED OUT OF
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36 4 10 -MITCHELL MANOR
THAT PORTION IN MITCHELL MANOR
SUBO. UNRECORDED DESCRIBED AS
UNOEDICATED ROADS 50 FT X 620.59
FT AND ANOTHER So0 FT X 429.84 FT
BEING A TOTAL OF 1.2 AC M/L
12 5 10 -JOHNSON CLIFFORD M. ET UX
IN SE/4 OF SE/4 ORB 80/232
MAO 0950
13 5 10 -WARD ROLAND L. 1. SHELBY J.
S/2 3F W/2 OF E/2 OF SE/N OF SE'4
ORB 41/1067 FR GATES
MAP 096A

11 7 10 -HARDY HUEY H. ET UX
A LOT 187.50 BY 430 FT REC'D
ORB 82/287
MAP OIOIC
11 7 10 -WIMBERLY DELORES A.
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PART OF NW/4 OF SECTION 11
TOWNSHIP 7 RANGE 10
MAP #IOIC
--ROSS RONALD A.
BLK 0 HEATY SUBDIVISION PB I PG 23
LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6 C 41. THRU
46
MAP #IOIC
WIM110 SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
LYING ON EAST SIDE OF SR 71
BEING IN SECTION It TOWNSHIP 7
RANGE 10 MAP OIOIC
-HARPER ROY VINSON ET UX
BLK 4 WIMICO SUbOIVISION TO WHITE CITY
LOTS 19. 20, 21 & 22 ORB 88/1036
FR STAFFORD
MAP IOIC
--HARPER ROY V. JR. C GLORIA L.
BLK 4 WIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
LOTS I 2 ORB 91/624 FR HARPER
MAP IDIC
--HARPER ROY V. JR.
BLK .WIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
LOTS 7 L 8 AND W/2 OF ALLEY'
ADJOINING SAME ORB R2/469
MAP' IOIC .
--HARPEg ROY V. JR.
BLK 4 wIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
LOTS IS C 16 AND E/2 OF ALLEY
ADJOINING JRB 82/469
MAP OIIC.
WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 1 PB 2 PG 3
SECTION 18 TOWNSHIP 8 RANGE 10
MAP 698B
--ADAMS JOEL DENNY ET UX
BLK 3 WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 1 PB Z PG 3
LOT 1
MAP 0698
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG 49
IN FRACTIONALSECTION 19
TOWNSHIP 9 RANGE 10
MAP S72C
--KING WILLIAM G.
BLK A MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB I PG 49
LOT 3
MAP 072C
--HESTER DIAMOND
BLK D MONEY BAYOU SUBO 1B I PG 49
LOT 4
MAP 072C
--WYNN JULIUS
SLK E MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB. PG 49
LOTS 12 & 13
MAP 0472
TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION
PB 3 PG 26
A SUBDIVISION OF A PORTION OF
FRACTIONAL SECTION 19 TOWNSHIP 9
RANGE 10
MAP 072C
--HILTON CHARLES'L. J ET AL
BLK B TREASURE SHORE SUBDIVISION
LOT 2
MAP 072C
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
BLK B TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION
LOT 3
MAP #72C
22 9 10 -LA MONTE CHARLES V.
125 FT GULF FRONT 695 FT DEPTH
M/L ORB 87/2
22 9 10 -BUSBY JAMES W. JR. ET UX
430 FT GULF FRONT 563 FT DEPTH
M/L ORB 86/645
22 9 10 -FUNDIS EDWARD R.
OD0 FT LAGOON FRONT 297 FT DEPTH.
M/L ORB 85/131 FR GLENN
INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PB I PG 48
FRACTIONAL PARTS OF GOV'T LOTS I
AND 2 IN SECTIONS 21 E 22
TOWNSHIP 9 RANGE 10
MAP 900
--RAYMER PETER M. JR.
BLK Q INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. 1
PB 1 PG 48
LOT 26
MAP 0900
--RAYMER PETER M.-JR.
BLK 12 INDIAN PASS BEACH GROUP NO. I
PB 1 PG 48
LOT 29
MAP 0900
12 4 11 -THOMAS RONNIE
REC'O ORB 7/76
MAP #380
SUNSHINE ACRES
AN UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION IN
SECTION 13 TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH
AANGE 11 WEST
MAP. 42
13 5 11 -GRIMM WADE H. AND
SUNSHINE ACRES UNRECORDED.
LOT 8 2.06 AC M/L UNRECORDED AA
FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP 042
.13 5 11 -PARRISH MICHAEL W. &DONNA 0.
SUNSHINE ACRES UNRECORDED L 1
LOT 15 3.50 AC M/L UNRECORDED
AA FR TAUNTON ET AL
MAP 042
23 S 11 -CAROFIGLIDO GLADYS I. HEIRS Of
REC*O ORB 3o/541
.MAP 042
31 5 11 -RICHARDS WARD 0.
REC'D ORB 10/395
MAP 013C
--FALL, STANLEY W C NANCY M
S 31 T 5 R 11 1 AC M/L
175 X 250 FT LOT ORB 96/234
AGREEMENT FR PATRICK
MAP 13C
31 S It -GREEN S. FLOYD
ORB 75/227 FR WCLF BEING 170 X
263 FT LOT
MAP 13CL
31 5 11 -BROOKS JAMES M.
43 X 270 FT LOT ORB 84/415" FR
CRAWLEY AA
MAP b13C
WETAPPO RIDGE SURD UNRECORDED
IN SW/4 OF SE/4 OF SECTION 33
TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH RANGE 11 WEST &
IN NW/4 OF NE/4 OF SECTION 4
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH RANGE 11 WEST
33 .5 11 -WHITTINGTON DOUGLAS A.
LOT REC'D ORB 52/60 BEING LOT I
BLK I WETAPPO RIDGE SUHD UNRE-
CORDED
MAP 927C
WETAPPO CREEK ESTATES PB H PG 7
A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SE/4 OF
'SE/4 OF SECTION 34 TOWNSHIP 5
SOUTH RANGE 11 WEST
MAP r270
--FALL STANLEY SR.
BLK C WETAPPO CREEK ESTATES PB H PG 7
LOT 8 ORB 89/447 FR ARNOLD
MAP T27D
BEACON HILL SUBO PB I PG 2
SE/2 OF LOT 13 ORIGINAL SECTION
30 &,LOT 3 ORIGINAL
SECTION 31 TOWNSHIP 6 RANGE 11
MAP 016C
--MC LEMORE PENNY M.
BLK 2 BEACON HILL SUBO PB 1 PG 2
LOT 9
MAP 016C
--MC MORE PENNY M.
BLK 2 BEACON HILL SURDBO PB 1 PG 2
LOT 7,
MAP I16C
--MC LEMORE PENNY M.
BLK 2 BEACON HILL SUBO PB 1 PG 2
LOT 8
MAP 016C
--MORGAN ELTON THOMAS
BLK 18 BEACON HILL SUBD PB 1 PG 2
LOT 11 ORB 71/1054
MAP lI6B
--LEVELL ARTHUR
BLK 19 BEACON HILL SUBO PB 1 PG 2
LOT 13 ORB 76/621
MAP 016B
--GATES JAMES A.
BLK 22 BEACON HILL SUBD PB I PG 2
LOT 11
MAP T16C
31 6 11 -CANNING DANIEL W.
TRIANGULAR PARCEL REC'D ORB
75/646 IN ORIG GOVT LOT 7 FR
CANNING


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YON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
PB I PG 45 BEING IN SECTION 5
TOWNSHIP 7 RANGE 11 MAP #17A
--WHITNEY-SMITH AORIAN R. ET UX
ELK 2 YON;S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOTS 15 C 16 ORB 85/814
MAP T17A
--BUTLER HAROLD M.
BLK 9 VON'S ADDITION TO BEACON HILL
LOTS 14 & 15
MAP 7ITA
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
PB I PG 58 PART OF SECTION 5
TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE 11 WEST
MAP RITA
--THOMSEN JOSEPH
ELK 4 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 6
MAP ITA
--SKIPPER JAMES E. JR.
BLK 4 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT 7 ORB 90/915 FR SKIPPER
MAP 017A
--SMIMFESSEL MARVIN A. ET UX
OLK S PORT ST. J3E BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOT I ORB 80/110
MAP 7ITA
--WOOD CARL DAVID
BLK 11 PURT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 1
LOT I
MAP OITA
--WOOD CARL
BLK 11 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. I
LOTS 2 C 4
MAP IT7A
PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
PB 2 PG 6 PART OF SECTION 5
TOWNSHIP 7 RANGE II MAP #17A
--PRUETT KRIEG A. C WENDY H.
ELK 26 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOTS I L 2 ORB 88/397 FR LEWIS
MAP T17A
--LIVECCHE LOUIS C.
BLK 32 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 10. LESS NE 10 FT ORB 81/7b0
MAP 1ITA
--BRIGMAN JAMES A. SR.
BLK 36 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT S
MAP 7ITA
--BUTLER RAYFORD L.
BLK 46 PORT ST. JOE BEACH UNIT NO. 2
LOT 13 ORB 76/785
MAP 017A
16 7 II -BERNAL RICHARD C. ET UX
164.04 FT GULF FRONT 263.11 FT
DEPTH ORB 76/il01 FR MADDOX
C. P. GAULDINGS ADDITION TO
HIGHLAND VIEW P8 I.PG 10
A SUBDIVISION OF SW/4 OF GOVT LOT
14 IN SECTION ,o TOWNSHIP 7
RANGE II
MAP 49B
--GREEN GLORIA JEAN
BLK C C. P. GAULDINGS AODDN PB I PG 30
LOT 11 3RB 90/10 FR CARROLL
MAP 49dI
--LAURIMnDRE VIRGINIA F.
BLK 0 C. P. GAULDINGS ADON PB I PG 30
w 75 FT OF LOT I ORB 67/818 FR
WHITFIELD
MAP 4V9


BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB I PG Z6
A SUBDIVISION OF S/Z OF GOVT
LOTS I1 12 SECTION 26
TOWNSHIP 7 RANGE 11
--WOOD CARL OAVIO
BLK C BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB I PG 26
LOTS C E ORB B8/80T .FR WOOD
ET AL
MAP 49B
--BURNETTE JAMES G.*
BLK J BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PB I PG 26
LOT 5 ORB 91/520 FR MERIT LOAN
CO INC
MAP 498
FOREHANDS FIRST ADDITION TO
HIGHLAND VIEW PB I PG 44
A SUBDIVISION OF N/2 OF ORIG
LOT 13 SECTION 26 TOWNSHIP 7
SOUTH RANGE 11 WEST


FOREHAND SECOND ADDITION TO
HIGHLAND VIEW PB 1 PG 50
CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF BLK B PB 2
PG 9 A SUBOD OF N/2 OF ORIG LOTS
12 E 17 SECTION 26 TOWNSHIP 7
RANGE 11
--WHITFIELD ULYSSES'F.
ELK E FOREHAND SECOND ADOI'TION TO
HIGHLAND VIEW
LOTS 5, 8, 9 L 12 ORB 73/410 &
411 E ORB 82/245
MAP 0498
FOREHAND THIRD ADDITION
TO HIGHLAND VIEW PB I PG 55
A SUBOIVISON OF W/2 OF ORIG
LOT 12 SECTION 26 TOWNSHIP T
RANGE It
27 7 II -ADAMS JOEL 0., GORDON C IRENE
100 X 23P FT LOT ON US 98 IN GOVT
LOT 4 ORB 88/589 FR JACKSON ET
AL
27 7 11 -ADAMS JOEL 0. GORDON E IRENE
162 FT TRIANGULAR LOT ON US 98
ADJ TO ST JOE COMPONENTS UNREC
CONTRACT FR KENNINGTON
ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB I PG 35
PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA PART OF
NE/4 OF NW/4 OF SECTION I
TOWNSHIP 8 RANGE II WEST
*MAP SOA
--MC KAY RANCE. HEIRS OF
BLK B ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBO PB I PG 35
LOT 5
MAP U50A
--GAINER MANSFIELD E CORA LEE
BLK B ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBO PB I PG35
LOT 12 ORB 75/693
MAP 050A
--GAINER JERRY
BLK B ST. JOE HEIGHTS SUBD PB I PG 35
S/2 OF LOT 10
MAP #50A '
--MC KELVY POLLY. HEIRS OF
BLK B ST. )OE HEIGHTS SUBOD PB I PG 35
LOT 20
MAP S50A
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
PART OF SECTIONS 1. 2 E 12
TOWNSHIP 8 RANGE 1-1
MAP U50A & US0B
--MONUMENT PROPERTIES
BLK 22 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOTS 18, 20. 22 C 24
MAP USOA
--WHITTINGTON DOUGLAS A.
' BLK 32 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOT 21
MAP S50A
--DURHAM DONALD TOLFORD ET UX
BLK 42 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOTS 20 C 22 ORB 72/1069
MAP #50A
--KUHLMAN ARNOLD H.
BLK 47 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOTS 4 C 6 ORB 89/362 FR HERRING
MAP 50OA
--DIXON WILLIAM RONALD
BLK 48 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
LOTS 8 & 9 ORB 75/784
MAP SOA
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE PARTS OF
SECTIONS 35, 36, 1 7 R 11
--DRIESBACH RAYMOND A. JR.
BLK 1001 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
S 61 FT OF LOT 31 ORB 89/29
FR PETERS
--JONES ERNEST MC DONALD SR.
BLK 1002 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
N 60 FT OF LOT I ORB 75/120
MAP USOA
--GANT CHESTER JR. ET UX
ELK 1002 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 2 ORB 75/571
MAP 050A
--GANT ADRIAN F. SR. ET UX
ELK 1003 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 15
MAP 850B
--UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
ELK 1005 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOTS 14, 16, 18. 20 C 22 ORB
81/711
MAP 5SO8
--STEPP CHARLES
BLK 1006 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
LOT 5
MAP SD0A

--BEWEY MARGARET
BLK 1006 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
S/2 OF LOT 12
MAP 0SDA
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
PB I PG 33 A SUBDIVISION OF PART
OF SECTIONS 35 C 36 TOWNSHIP 7
RANGE 11
--UNDERWOOD WILLIE R.
E3 LK OOT1007 MILLVIEW AOON UNIT 1 PF I PG 33
LOT 13
MAP 0490
--WILLIAMS. ELIZABETH H.
BLK 1009 MILLVIEW AOON UNIT I PB I PG 33
LOT 13, C W 23 FT OF LOT 15
MAP 0490
--PACE BENJAMIN
BLK 1010 MILLVIEW ADON UNIT 2
PB I PGS 46 C 47
LOT 28 ORB 75/199
MAP 949D


0 3835
$295.43

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$80.31

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$149.56

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# 4048
$80.31

* 4050
$202.33




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$125.43

0 41 02
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8 4248
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0 4315
196.91

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$ 4972
$56.17

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$195.06

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--LARRY R. C. E ANNIE MAE 0 5900,
BLK 1012 MILLVIEW ADON UNIT I PB 1 PG 33 $134.30
LOT 1 ORB 7/W441
MAP W490
MILLVIEW ADDITION OF CITY OF
PORT ST. JOE UNIT NO 2
PB I PGS 46 & 41
--MC GEE JAMES A. P 5954
BLK 1016 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2 1236.65
LOT 14
MAP U50A
--WATTS HARVEY # 5965
BLK 1017 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2 1230.08
LOT 21
MAP D50A
--MC CLOUD VONCILLE P. # 5998
eLK 1018 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2 $202.86
LOT 3
MAP 50AA
--GANT ADRIAN FRANKLIN U 6021
BLK 1018 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2 1122.51
LOT. 33
MAP oSOA
--GANr CHESTER JR. # 6025
BLK 1019 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 2 1135.47
LOT 1
MAP D50A
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT THREE
PB 2 PG 53
IN SECTION 1 TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH
RANGE It WEST
MAP USOA
--BAILEY CHRISTINE E. L 6031.010
BLK 1022 MILLVIEW AOOITION UNIT NO. 3 $27.26
LOT 6
MAP US0A
--HILL, NAPOLEON a 6051.001
BLK 1024 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3 $S38.05
LOT 1
MAP SOA
--HILL, NAPOLEON 8 6051.003
BLK 1024 NILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3 34.75T
LOT 3 ,
MAP 50OA
OAK GROVE SUBO PB 1 PG 12
TO PORT ST. JOE FLORIDA
SECTION 13 TOWNSHIP 8 RANGE 11
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
MAP USIA
--PICKRON HOWARD ET AL U 6168
'BLK 7 OAK GROVE SUBO PB I PG 12 1447.65
LOTS I & 3 ORB 90/509 FR GREEN
MAP USIA
7 9 11 -OWENS W. J. ET UX ,. 6268.074
BEING LOT 3-FEAGIN PLAT, UNRE- $128.19
CORDEOD, ORB 83/44 FROM .FEAGIN
LESS ORB 87/382 ORB 93/565 & ORB
94/276
CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIOE & BAYSIDE
PB 3 PGS 24. 24A. 248E Z2C
A SUBDIVISION IN PART OF SECS 18.
19 & 20 T 9 R 11
15/22 9 11 -SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO. # 6286
ORB 46/636 IIB SUBMERGED LANDS $95.96
MAP U35D
22 9 11 -SEASHORE LAND DOEV. CO. 8 6290
SURFSIDE ESTATES UNIT NO. 1 11.738.13
497 FT GULF FRONT 900 FTIAV
DEPTH M/L, LESS LOTS 17 i 18 IN
BLOCK I
22 9 11 -SEASHORE LAND C OEV. CO. U 6291
SURFSIOE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2 $2,074.63
593.48 FT GULF FRONT 1050 FT AV
ODPTH M/L
22 9 II -SEASHORE LAND C OEV. CO. U 6294
675 FT BAY FRONT 300 FT AV 1671.79
DEPTH
22 9 II -SEASHORE LAND & DEV. CO. S 6296,
4,0 FT BAY FRONT 150 FT AV DEPTH ,449.44
ALSO 38.86 ACRES IIb SUBMERGED
LANDS ORB 36/350
23 9 11 -SEASHORE LAND C DEVELOPMENT # 6310
ORe 36/860 SUBMERGED LANDS $57.59
23 9, 11 -SEASHORE LAND E DEVELOPMENT S 6311
330 FT GULF FRONT 330 FT BAY $11,366.68
FRONT BEING W/4 OF GOyT LOT 4
ORB 61/185
GULF PINES SUBDIVISION
A SUBDIVISION IN FRAC SECTION 2'
TOWNSHIP 9 S RANGE 11 W RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 3 PAGE 25. GULF
COUNTY. FLORIDA
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP. # 6321.020
ULK A GULF PINES SUBDIVISION 1533.53
LOT 5
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP. U 6321.075
BLK A GULF PINES SUBDIVISION $353.53
LOT 16
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP. 0 6321.080
ELK A GULF PINES SUBDIVISION S353.53
LOT 17T
L --COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP. 6321.501
BLK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION S204.71
LOT 1
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP. # 6321.505
BLK 8 GULF PINES SUBDIVISION 5204.71
LOT 2
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT LORP. U 6321.560
BLK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION $204.71TI
LOT 13
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP. 6321.565
.BLK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION $204.71
LOT 14
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP. p 6321.570
BLK 8 GULF PINES SUBDIVISION 1204.71
LOT 15
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP. b 6321.575
ELK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION $204.71
LOT 16
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP. U 6321.580
BLK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION S204.71
LOT 11
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP. U 6321.585
BLK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION S204.71
LOT 1u .
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP. II 6321.595
BLK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION S204.71
LOT 20
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.' 6321.600
BLK 8 GULF PINES SUBDIVISION S204.71
LOT 21
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP. a 6321.605
BLK B GULF PINES SUBdIVISION 1201.71
LOT 22
PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD PB 3 PG II
A SUBDIVISION OF THE SOUTH 966.63
FT OF GOVGT LUTS L'O IN FRACTL
SECTION 36 TOWNSHIP 8 RANGE 12
WEST GULF COUNTY
MAP 150
--ADKISON CLAYTON ET AL 6349.013
BLK A PENINSULA ESTATES SURD PB 3 PGII S429.09
LOT 13 OKR 81/102lO'
MAP aDO




MINERAL RIGHTS

7 6 8 -CROOKS GENEVFVE E. AND I 19
IN AND TO THE FOLLOWING NI/2 OF 111.16
SEI/4. EI/2 OF NEI/4 OF SWI/4
SEI/4 OF SWI/4t LESS I A. IN 7
ORB 58/478
14 6 9 -CROOKS GENEVEVF E. AND U 20
INT. IN AND TO THE kl/2 OF NWI/4 111.16
ORB 58/478
5 4 I -BROGOON BENJAMIN 8 177
1/2 INT. OGM W 3/4 OF SECTION 5 134.96
8 4 11 -BROGOON BENJAMIN S 1i7
1/2 INT. OGM OF SECTION 8 145.04
9 4 II -BROGODOH BENJAMIN U 179
1/2 INT. OGM OF SECTION 9 $45.04


Citizens of



Tomorrow


Justin, age 2k2, son of Leslie, age seven mos.,
Daniel and Tunnie Miller. daughter of Perky and Jo-
hanna White.


Christina, age 5, and Willi-
am, 14 mos., children of Mr.
and Mrs. Timothy Gay.


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Robbi, age four, daughter Rusty Ward, age 2, son of
of Bob and Marilyn Funder- Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ward of
burk. Port St. Joe.


Carolyn, age 9, and Brad,
age 7, children of Mr. and
Mrs. Billy Stephens.


David, age 7, and Justin,
age 3, sons of Debra and
Romaine Pool.


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Babies of the



Wild Critters


When enjoying the out-
doors this time of year, one
often comes across newly
born wildlife which might
appear to have been aban-
doned or orphaned.
Before gathering up that
cuddly-looking fawn, rabbit,
songbird, or other wild crea-
ture, and taking it home to
care for it, consider that the
critter may not be lost.
Except in the case of a bird
that may have fallen from its
nest, other wildlife young'
may be resting while atten-
tive parents are in nearby
concealment.
The human urge is to try to
care for young wildlife, to
nurse them to vigorous,
healthy adults. All too often
the attempt is literally short-
lived. In many cases, the
young animal fails to respond
and dies.
Even when successful, car-
ing for wildlife out of its
natural habitat has its prob-
lems. When released in the
wild, an animal which has
been dependent upon humans
for food and protection be-
comes an easy target for
predators and is unable to
make the transition from
food handouts to searching
for sustenance in a new and
strange, wild environment.
Making pets of wild crea-
tures can also be dangerous.
A baby raccoon or skunk can
inflict painful bites and may


Providing


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Center


A group of interested citi-
zens are forming a patron's
club to provide financial
support for the Learning
Development Center.
The Center provides ser-
vices to four and five year
olds in a structured learning
environment. The program is
open to all children, and fees
are assessed based on ability
to pay.
The Daycare Center has
been in operation for four
years, and had as its main
support Ebonyettes, Inc.
Others are needed the share
the responsibility for continu-
ing this vital service in the
city.
If you are willing to make a
monthly pledge of $2.00 to
$5.00, or wish further infor-
mation, contact John Harris,
Jr. at 229-6188, or Maxine K.
Gant at 229-6624. All contribu-
tions are tax deductible.
Your help is needed.


Stress Seminar

At Gulf Coast


Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege will host a free com-
munity seminar entitled
"Stress Management and
Biofeedback" on Monday,
June 11, from 1 p.m. until 4
p.m. This seminar will cover
the recognition of stress and
techniques of managing
stress. Advanced registra-
tion is required and more
information is available at
769-1551, extension 355.


carry rabies.
There are other hazards as
well. A fawn grows quickly
and at six months can knock
an adult human to the
ground. There have been
many accounts of pet deer
suddenly, and without warn-
ing, turning upon human
benefactors and inflicting
bodily injury. ,
A young bird fallen from its
nest should be carefully
returned. Other animals
should be left alone, or
returned to the wild. Con-
trary to popular belief, ma-
ternal instincts are strong
and most wild mothers will
reclaim young, even with
human scent on them.
So, it's far better to avoid
the temptation of picking up
and carmini.ryoung wildlife
which appears to be aban-
doned. They'll do much bet-
ter on their own.
It is also illegal to possess
any live wild animals, except
squirrels, without a permit.
Violators are subject to fines
up to $500 and-or 60 days in
jail.


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"Where Jesus Christ Is King
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SUNDAYSCHOOL ...... 10:004 A.M
MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:00A.M
EVENING WORSHIP ... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 700PbM

Pastor Ira J. Nichols


HIGHLAND VIEW


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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.

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MINUTEST... Toiof 11 ,1-ixo Beach


(Continued from Page 9)
tion passed 4-0;
Computer Contract- Rud-
loff recommended that the
agreement with IMS be ac-
cepted with the following
exceptions; Section 18- "Late
charges may be added to.."-
"may" will be changed to
"automatically", Section 22-
details of separation of gar-
bage and trash pickup need
to be further explained,
Section 11- original 12-month
history cut to 3-months in
order to accommodate 2,000
customers on a disc. He
indicated that a check in the
amount of $2,584.75 (25 per-
cent of the contract) will
have to be sent with the
signed agreement. Council- -
man Golson made a motion
to accept the agreement with
these changes; 2nd by Coun-
cilwoman Pierce. Motion
passed 4-0. Mayor Hale
stated that there has always
been a problem with trash
pickup and that a possible
solution would be to assess a
monthly charge for this
service.
New Business: Water Rate
Ordinances (Mexico Beach
and Gulf County)- Mayor
Hale presented two proposed
ordinances explaining the
changes that would be imple-
mented; i.e., reduction of


reconnection charges, impos-
ing service charges, provi-
sion for an administrative
code. Mayor Hale reported
that to repay the loan and
interest to FmHA it costs
Mexico Beach residents ap-
proximately $5.50 per unit
per month and approximate-
ly $8-9 for each Gulf County
customer. He stated that he
received several letters from
Mexico Beach property own-
ers who live in Ozark,
Alabama, requesting that the
minimum gallons per unit for
multiple units be increased.
No recommendation for this
increase was made. Mayor
Hale stated that reconnection
fees be retroactive to Octo-
ber 1, 1983, because that was
the date the ordinance was
supposed to have been re-
viewed. Councilman Golson
made a motion that the fees
not be retroactive and that
the effective date be as
provided by law; 2nd by
Councilman Marquardt. Mo-
tion passed 3-1 (Mayor Hale
opposed). Councilman Gol-
son made a motion for the 1st
reading of Ordinance No. 147
and No. 148 by titles only; 2nd
by Councilman Marquardt.
Motion passed 4-0. Mayor
Hale read the titles of
Ordinances No. 147 and No.
148.
Purchase of trencher-


CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Street and Marvin Avenue
SUNDAY SCHOOL ................ 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ............. 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ............... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING ............ .7:00 P.M.
STEVE STUTTS, Evangelist





David 07

Rich's

PORT ST. JOE
CLOSE-OUT

Sale on All Plants & Fruit Trees

2 Price & Under
Beautiful Large $690
Boston Fern .............
RED GERANIUMS & BEGONIAS ...... ea. plant 90O
Large APPLE, PEAR or NECTARINE TREES $6.25
LARGE FIG TREES .................. 3.25
WORLD'S LARGEST SCUPPERNONG ...... $3.25
BANANA PEPPER PLANTS .......... Pot$1.00
LARGE BELL PEPPER PLANTS ........ 211.00
1 GALLON POT TOMATOES ............ $1.00
HYBRID TOMATO PLANTS. 4! 1.00 J
HOT PEPPER PLANTS .... 21W1.00, .
EX. HOT TABASCO PEPPER Pot $2.O0 0 -
SHASTA DAISIES ....... Pot$1.00
All These Prices Good
Friday & Saturday
Rich's IGA 4 +
Port St. Joe Store only
- - - -


Councilman Golson reported
that he and Rudloff had
looked at 3 trenching ma-
chines. The trencher at Pa-
nama City Beach was not
acceptable. He stated that
they had gotten an estimate
on a used Ditch Witch
w-trailer in the amount of
$11,350 and'an estimate on a
new Kubota (Sowell Tractor)
in the amount of $11,714.
Councilman Golson made a
motion that the Town put out
for bids for a trencher based
on Kubota specifications;
2nd by Councilwoman Pier-
ce. Motion passed 4-0;
Hiring of Policeman- In
the absence of Councilman
Timmons, Chief Harris in-
formed the Council that he
had reviewed the three appli-
cations which he had re-
ceived (copies of each appli-
cation were given to the
Council members for their
review) and recommended
that John F. McInnis be
hired. Councilman Golson
made a motion to hire
McInnis effective April 20 at
$10,296-yr with all regular
benefits with the exception of
health insurance which Mc-
Innis had waived for a period
of one calendar year; 2nd by
Councilman Marquardt. Mo-
tion passed 4-0.
Purchase of Police Vehi-
cle- Chief Harris informed
the Council that the last three
automobiles had been pur-
chased from the Florida
Highway Patrol and they
have been very satisfactory.
In the near future they will
have some more vehicles for
sale. He stated that he would
like approval that when a car
becomes available, he would
have the authority, to commit
the Town to buy a replace-
ment vehicle for the 1980
Plymouth. Chief Harris indi-
cated that with the amount
remqipnig in his budget for
equipment plus the amount
he would receive from the
sale of the 1980 Plymouth he
would have enough to pur-
chase another car. Council-
man Golson made a motion
to make a budget revision
and to give Chief Harris the
authority to commit the
Town for the purchase of a
vehicle up to $2500; 2nd by
Councilman Marquardt. Mo-
tion passed 4-0;
Health Insurance- Rudloff
advised the Council that the
Town's present health insur-
ance premiums exceed the
amount budgeted. Several
companies have been con-
tacted but just certain ones
provide coverage for munici-
palities. He recommended
that an insurance and budget
workshop be held April 17 at
9:00 A.M. The Council mem-
bers agreed with .this date.
Spring clean-up-- Mayor
Hale stated that he had met
with the Ladies' Garden Club
and had committed the street
personnel to pick up trash
and brush during the week of
April 20-27. The Town will try
to get trustees from Bay
County to assist in this
clean-up. Mayor Hale will
call DOT and request that
they clean up County Road
386 and Hwy 98. He will also
contact members of the
Chamber and Kiwanis to help
in this project;
Quarterly Garbage Collec-
tion List- Councilwoman
Pierce informed the Council
that she had checked out the
list submitted by Nate's
Sanitation Service and had
confirmed 17 new units.
Councilwoman Pierce made
a motion to authorize pay-
ment for the additional units;
2nd by Councilwoman Mar-


GC Is Sponsoring Camps


Receive Awards
Sergeant Sanders congratulates seniors Marcia
Stoutamire and Seth Howell for being selected as the reci-
pients of the 1984 Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete
Award. Sergeant Sanders, the U.S. Army Recruiter from
Panama City, came to Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School to pre-
sent these two awards. -School photo



VFW Post Elects

Schlickman Cmdr.


John C. Gainous Post No.
10069 V.F.W. installed 1984-85
officers on May llth. Instal-
ling officer was Chuck Shoe-
maker, Dist. 17 Commander
Elect from Post No. 8205,
Parker.
Officers installed were:

Summer

Band

Program
Wayne Land, Band Direc-
tor at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High has announced that
summer band classes will
begin Monday, June 4th. Any
students who wish to take
band lessons for the first
time should be at the band
room as follows:
Drums, 8:00-8:40 a.m.;
Flutes, 9:00-9:40 a.m.; Clari-
nets, 10:00-10:40 a.m.; Saxo-
phones, 11:00-11:40. a.m.;
Trumpets, 1:00-1:40 p.m.;
French Horns, 2:00-2:40
p.m.; and Trombones and
Baritones, 3:00-3:40 p.m.
Classes will follow the
schedule on Mondays and
Wednesday for six weeks.
Classes for experienced stu-
dents will be announced at
school. Students who. have
not yet made arrangements
for an instrument may attend
the lessons for beginning
students as well as those who
already have an instrument.
It would be to the student's
advantage to have the instru-
ment the first day.

FDF Offers
Summer Camp
at Black Water
The Florida Division of
Forestry would like to extend
an invitation to students who
have completed the sixth
grade, to attend the 1984
summer environmental pro-
gram at Black Water River
State Forest.
The first week begins June
10 and the last week ends
August 11th.
Students learn how soil,
water and air work together
to produce plants and ani-
mals in out-door classes.
Each outdoor group is eight
to 10 students in size and by
age with an experienced
instructor.
One day is spent on a canoe
trip down a small stream.
Other activities include a
hike through wilderness
areas, use of a compass and
map, swim sessions, volley-
ball, basketball and softball.
Sleeping quarters are new
rustic buildings with bunk
beds and an area is provided
for each student's belong-
ings. Inside showers and
bathrooms are also provided.
Three good meals are served
each day in a central dining
hall.
After each week of regular
camping, a few of the most
outstanding students will be
nominated by the staff to
participate in a free, week-
long advanced training ses-
sion. If you are interested
and can stay for this extra
week at no cost, be sure to
indicate this on the applica-
tion. These 12 advanced
students per week will be
chosen only from those who
so indicate in the appropriate
box on the application form.

quardt. Motion passed 4-0.
Motion to adjourn made by
Councilman Golson; 2nd by
Councilman Marquardt. Mo-
tion passed 4-0. Meeting
adjourned at 8:08 p.m.
M. L. (Bob) Hale
Mayor-Councilman
Patricia L. Hutchinson
Town Clerk


Post Commander William
(Bill) Shclickman; Sr. Vice
Commander Marvin L.
Jones; Jr. Vice Commander
Anna A. Chewning; Surgeon
Ronald G. Bizek; Adjuntent
and Quartermaster George
S. Coody; Chaplain Freddie
A. Logue; Judge Advocate
James L. Dumas; Trustee,
one year, Roy E. Robinson;
two year, George E. Toole;
three year, Thomas A. Ad-
kins, Jr.
A delicious meal was pro-
vided by the Ladies Auxili-
ary. Members are encour-
aged to attend all meetings
held at the Post Home the
second Tuesday and fourth
Thursday of each month.
Summer Homecoming Ac-
tivities on June 2nd for the
V.F.W. and Auxiliary will be
in front of Ready Arts and
Crafts. Fish dinners with all
the trimmings for $3.00 will
be served. Hot Dogs and soda
pop will be $1.00; Sno Cones
will be 50 cents. Members
please be present to work.
Poppies will also be sold on
this day.


The Gulf Coast Community
College Athletic Association,
Inc., will sponsor the follow-
ing summer camps begin-
ning in June:
"Baseball Camp": All
boys ages eight and up will be
eligible for this. two-week
baseball camp which will be
held Monday through Friday,
June 4-8 and June 11-15 at
Gulf Coast's Joe Tom King
Field. Sessions will be fully
supervised and participants
will be divided into groups
according to age. Ages eight-
12 will meet from 9 a.m. until
11 a.m., and ages 13 and up
will meet from 11:30 a.m.
until 1:30 p.m. Boys 15 and
over may receive individual
tutoring in an area from staff
,after 1:30 p.m. each day.
Registration fee is $40 per
week.
"Basketball Camp": All
boys and girls ages nine-17
are eligible to attend Gulf

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which will be held June 18-22
from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. in
the gym. Pre-registration fee


IS u$30.
More information can be
obtained by calling 769-1551,
extension 311.


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Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
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ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00A.M.
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