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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: August 9, 1984
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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

FORTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NUMBER 50


THE STAR
Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1984


2 N FlOITPIO p


25 Per Copy


Construction Started


On New Beaches' Water System


Actual construction work started Monday of
this week on the long-awaited water system for
the Beaches area, westward to Gulf Aire
subdivision.
I-C Contractors of Lynn Haven moved in to
the area last week and started digging and
laying pipe on Monday morning on the
$889,501.77 project, which is funded by a federal
grant and a loan to the system.
The Gulf County Commission started
working on the plans and financing of the system
nearly two years ago, and after meeting several
discouraging dead-ends in the financial arrange-
ments, finally were successful in getting- the
Farmers Home Administration agency to handle
the financial portion of the project with a 50
percent grant and a loan for the remaining half
of the project.
The new system will purchase treated water
from the City of Port St. Joe and distribute it
through a pipeline to Highland View and the
entire area between Highland View and Gulf
Aire. The remainder of the beaches area, to the


I-C Contractors building
system at a cost of $889,501.'

Bay County line, is furnished water from the
Mexico Beach system.
The construction is starting right on
schedule with plans for furnishing water through
a public distribution system to the area by early
next spring.
Even after two years of planning, it
appeared as if the project would be shot down
when bids were received, as the low bidder, I-C
Contractors, were still $25,000 more than the
money available for the project. I-C agreed to
cut its price by $25,000 and not sacrifice any of
the service to be offered. If there is any "cutting
back" necessary to come within the money
available it will be in isolated areas where piping
was going to be installed for future development.
The Beaches system has already received


deposits from more than 300 potential customers
to the utility. Highland View already has a
system in place, which will need extensive
refurbishing and will use the new system as a
supply source for treated water. The Highland
View treatment plant is in a bad state of
disrepair almost to the point of not being
useable, due to lack of attention.
A water system to the beaches area had long
been a priority with residents of the area and the
County Commission, but a recent surge in
growth in the area has made the system almost
essential to serving the beaches area properly
and safely. As of now, the entire beaches area,
with the exception of one small private system
serving some 10 to 15 homes, the entire area is
served by individual water pumps, some
operating on extremely shallow wells.
The Commission tried to include a sewer
system in their plans, also, but couldn't get
financing for both projects. Presently, the
vicinity is served with individual septic tanks.!


Workmen shown above started the Contractors of Lynn Haven is the contractor
project of laying the main line to the new for the project.
Beaches. water system this week. I-C -Star photo


Schools

Gulf County Schools will The bi
see a new format when thqy was reply
open for business on Thurs- garten c
day of next week. The School sion was
Board made last minute hire a ne
plans and changes at their some sti
regular meeting Tuesday, Port St.
whichvwere designed to facil- View scl
itate the new seven period better i
day and provide a new set-up "We wou
of instructors to work around kinderga
a curriculum which saw a Joe El
drastic cut in federal pro- where w
grams this past year. facilities
The system has more stu- handle
dents inthe lower grades this debt Wal
year, than lasL-year and will.. -in ad
shuffle some personnel g arten
around as well as hire three
new personnel to accommo-
date the influx of students. '


Ope

ggest overcrowding
orted in the kinder-
class, where a deci-
s made .Tuesday to
ew teacher and shift
dent load between
Joe and Highland
,hools to maintain a
pupil-teacher ratio.
Und up with one more
irten class at Port St.
ementary School
we already had the
and equipment to
them", Superinten-
lter' Wilder said.
lition to the kinder-
changes, the system


n

is em
serve


playing a teacher to
half time as librarian


at the Highland View school Port St. Joe Elementary
and as a language teacher at School.


Judge Bower Sets Trial of
Robert B. Prescott In September
Circuit Judge N. Russell The charges stem from an
Bower set the trial of Robert attack allegedly committed
P. Prescott, 18, of Wewahit- by Prescott on an elderly
chka for the week of Septem- Wewahitchka woman on July
ber 17th. Prescott was for- 5, 1984.
mally charged by the State
with Attempted Murder, State Attorney Jim Apple-
Sexual Battery, and Burg- man has indicated he intends
lary of a Dwelling at an to try the case personally.
arraignment before Judge The Defendant is presently
Bower in Gulf County irctWt--t"iWyheld in the Gulf C6unty
Court on July 25th. jail without bond.


After spending last year
with a vocal music instructor
working part time at Port St.
Joe High School, a full-time
instructor will be hired this
year at the school.
Wilder said that with the
new classes formed and the
- additional personnel hired,.
the shift to the longer school
year and the enlarged cur-
riculum offerings in the
seven period day should be
worked into the every .day
schedule in tie system with-
out any problems.


Cleanra-Up, Grnt, Auction


Occupy Commission Agenda Tuesday Night


"We qeed some cleaning
up downtown to make our "'We need some cleaning up
city presentable", David
Roche told the City Commis- downtown to make our city
sion Tuesday night, as he
represented a committee presentable." David Roche
from the Merchants' Asso-
ciation, who were on an'
errand of seeking some at-
tention to the aesthetics of Roche's help in pointing out experiment. "If the. mer-
downtown Port St. Joe. the areas he was talking chants are satisfied they are
Outlining three specific about. "We have sent a crew not going to want them put
projects Roche said a gen- into the area three times back in, we'll take down the
eral clean up was needed, already in the past few posts", Pate said.
with cutting of grass and weeks" but Pate pointed out "The parking meters were
weeds, removing trash and the Commission had not needed in their time, but
generally "policing" up the personally inspected the area their time has now passed",
area. He also asked that a following the work perform- Roche said. "They served a
program be started to re- ed. "We want to get the area purpose and are now out of
move the old parking meter cleaned up, too, and if you date. We won't want them
posts, particularly on Reid and your committee would back".
Avenue and that some atten- help point out these trouble GRANTS
tion be given to the sidewalks spots, it'll be a help". Julian Webb, who is in the
which Roche described as Pate told Roche the park- business of securing federal
broken up and dangerous in ing meter posts had not been grants for cities and coun-
places. removed as yet because ties, advised the Commission
Mayor Pate asked for removing the meters was an Tuesday he was going back





Fund Drive, Operation;


Both Are A Success

Tim Strange is probably home from the "The device has 18 power settings on
hospital by the'time you read this story in it", Mrs. Pitts said. "Of course, they started
print. He was reported to be on his way on the lowest setting and will work up to the
home Tuesday, 'following a surgical proce- power Tim needs in order to utilize the
dure in New York which was to implant a device to the fullest. It takes a while
device near his spine which emitted between each change in settings, so it will be
electrical impulses, in attempt to re-acti- a little while before Tim is able to realize its
vate muscles, which were paralyzed by a full potential. However, he is already seeing
football accident some six years ago. positive results, such as use of and
Tim and his pending surgery had been movement in his hands. We're all very
the object of an intensive fund raising hopeful", she said.
project here in Gulf County for the past six
weeks to raise the $25,000 needed for the In the meantime Mrs. Pitts said funds
procedure. were still coming in for the project and it
Raising the $25,000 was a success. Now, will all be used for the after-care expense.
it is reported the surgery was also a success. "A donation from the St. Joe Paper
Mrs. Beverly Pitts, Tim's aunt, says he is International Association of Machinists and
already seeing positive results from the Aerospace Workers, local 570 put us over the
surgery and there is every indication the top with a $500 donation last week, but the
results will magnify and improve as time expenses will continue and every penny will
goes on. be spent for that care", Mrs. Pitts said.

*'* r 1 *


to the grant people with a
request from the City for
funding of neighborhood
housing rehabilitation and
refurbishing of neighborhood
facilities such as sewer and
water services.
Webb had made a request
for the funds last year for the
city, but to no avail. "We
stand a better chance this
year, because we will move
up in line for the available
funds. This just might be the
year we're successful",
Webb said, although he gave
no guarantees.
The grant specialist said
the City would earn more
points toward receiving the
grants if the Commission
would adopt a Fair Housing
ordinance. He pointed out
nearly every city in the
Panhandle has already
adopted such an ordinance
which merely follows the
Federal Fair Housing Act,
prohibiting discrimination in
housing sales and rentals.
"All of your real estate
people work under the guide-
lines of the Act already",
Webb said.
The Commission said they
would explore such an ord-
inance and consider its
adoption.
AUCTION
The City, frustrated with
attempts to legally dispose of
its unwanted items in a legal
way, has decided they will
hold an auction to rid itself of
(Continued on Page 8)

Graham On
APC Board
The Apalachee Planning
Council, with headquarters
in Blountstown, announced
last week that Waylon Gra-
ham, a school board mem-
ber, had been named to the
Council to represent Gulf
County.
Graham replaces Jerry
Gates, who resigned from the
Council in June.


Somehow or other, County Commission Chairman
Everett Owens vows these ambulance vehicles will
continue to roll after midnight Friday night, when the


volunteer service, which has served the county for over
10 years, will go out of business and cease to function
here in the south end of Gulf County. -Star photo


Ambulance Service

Heavy Load Forces An End to Volunteers


Port St. Joe's Volunteer Ambu-
lance service will cease to exist as a
volunteer unit Friday night at
midnight.
With a last minute attempt to
save the system Tuesday night
failing to come up with a solution
which would meet state require-
ments, members of the Port Sc. Joe
Squad said the service had just
grown to be too much for them to
handle with their limited personnel
and they were having to give up the
service.
"We hate to do it", squad chief,
Catherine Ramsey said, "but the
number of calls, plus the small
number of- volunteers and the
increased state requirements for
certification of technicians is just all
combining to force us to call it
quits", she said.
"We just do not have the trained
personnel available to provide the
service any longer as the state
regulations require", the director
said.
In May, the service warned the


County Commission they were in
trouble due to lack of trained
volunteer personnel to handle the
daytime operation. Since that time
time has run out on the state
certification of several of the
Emergency Medical Technicians
and it would now take up to 10
months of taking courses in order for
them to re-certify under new state
guidelines. "Volunteer people just
don't have that kind of time to put
into training", Ramsey said.
Expiration of the licenses of the
EMTs has placed a further burden
on the techincians still licensed to
the point where they can't meet the
need.
Ever since the ambulance ser-
vice was inaugurated some 10 years
ago, it has operated with volunteer
personnel and has met state stan-
dards. It is now almost impossible.
for volunteers to meet the stan-
dards..
Commission Chairman Everett
Owens told The Star, "We expect to
have an ambulance service of snme


kind operating Saturday and every
day, but I don't know right now,
what it will be. We have tried to
extend the certification of our
present EMT people, but the state
won't budge. Between now and
Saturday, I'll be trying to hire
someone to operate the service here
in the south end of the county.
At present, the Wewahitchka
service is not in trouble. They have
enough personnel to meet their
demand for service and the need to
re-certify hasn't affected their
squad as yet.
Owens said the remaining squad
members were willing to help with
the service in any way they could,
but would be unable to take the lead.
"Frankly, I don't see how they
provided the quality service they did
for as long as they did. That was a
major undertaking", Owens said.
While the service has provided a
operation which was at no charge to
the patient for all these years, that is
all likely to change in just a short
while.


Next Thursday


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Editorials and Comments


THE STAR


THURSDAY, AUG. 9, 1984


PAGE TWO


After a week of the Olympics on
the TV, who cares that the Russians
and their "yes" nations aren't here?
Who has to have an olympics
where there is bickering, fussing,
objecting, favoritism, un-sportsman-
like conduct? In short, who needs the
Russians in the Olympics, anyway?
We'll take the Chinese as replace-
ments any day. It's obvious they are
doing what they do at an Olympics
through ability and strength; not
because they are souped up with some
sort of steriod or drug.
When the Chinese lose they are
gracious about it. When they win, they
are still gracious about it. As a matter
of fact, the same goes for the athletes
from the other nations, also.
We have never been a rabid
SOlympic fan. In the past, when the
judges gave a grade, it was obvious
which part of the world the judges
came from and obvious which part of
the world the athletes came from, just
by watching the scores the judges
gave the various participants on the
several events.
Mind you, we aren't saying the
Russian bloc judges cheated, you
understand. We are saying they had
strong feelings for the participants
from their land or who approved of
their system. This year, points are



"Lucky"

s One good thing about newsap-
3 ers, you never know what little tid-bit
of information you're going to learn in
them when you pick one up to read it.
That isn't just true of big papers
; like the Atlanta Journal or the Miami
Herald or little papers like The Star. If
\ you look around, there's always
something in there which will startle,
inform and maybe surprise you.
Here at The Star, we print a
couple other papers besides our own
; and one of these papers had something
in it last week which should sadden the
hearts of any dog lover, gladden the
hearts of anyone who likes a well-
turned phrase and surprise those who
expected to see the old usual,
mundane classified advertisement.
The dog advertisement read:
LOST DOG
One male. six-month-old red
mixed breed dog. Has hair missing
in various places (don't believe
it's mange). Missing one eye due to
fight with large cat. One ear is a
few inches shorter due to another
fight with another dog. Walks with
a limp as he was hit by a car. His
tail is bobbed thanks to my
:neighbors kid! And most -of his
teeth are gone as he snapped a tire
on a moving car. He answers to the
name of Lucky!"


given on the basis of merit or
accomplishment by all the judges. It's
so obvious there is a difference in the
manner of judging it almost seems
like a different event than in the past.
Back to the Chinese: they have
been a refreshing team. In the case of
the basketball game with the U.S., it
was apparent from the outset they
were out-manned, so the Chinese just
played their game and had a good
time. No matter they were getting
their socks beat off by a much taller


Hunts Names
of Needy and L
Eligible Vets

Mr. Ramsey: (if ava
The VFW Veterans Service to the
Officers of the State of Petersl
Florida have been requested
by the Veteran Administra- 3) T'
tion (VA) to assist in identify-
ing 73,100 female veterans in
.the State of Florida. Wh
1) The VA would like to
provide information and as- Dear V
distance on veteran benefits
to those eligible and needy A lit
veterans., ays!
2)1 would appreciate their When
providing me their name, you wi]
address and phone number here, a


American team.
The Russians would have done a
little tripping, a little elbowing, a
small amount of illegal blocking-and
if their people were doing the
refereeing, they might have won the
game.
It was also worth having the
present Olympics to find out the
Chinese aren't all that inscrutible
after all. They have emotions too and
have shown them regularly through-
out the Olympics.
WW-


LETTERS .


ilable) for transmittal
Regional Office in St.
burg.
'hank you for your


cooperation.
Fred J. Kleeb, Jr. S.O.
VFW Post 10069
Phone 648-5600


hen the Birds Stop Singing


Vesley:
tle more about dog

n the birds stop singing
11 know dog days are
nd when you wake up


one morning in September
and hear the mockingbird
singing, you will know they
are over.
Just thought I would add
my two cents worth.
Virginia Owens


We Still Don't Know


How Richard Got Down


By Kesley Colbert
Boy howdy, have you seen
enough of-the Olympics yet?
Listen, as long as the Ameri-
cans keep racking up the
medals, I'm going to keep on
watching. One night last
week I sat in my living room
cheering as hard as I could
for an American I'd never
heard of to win the gold in
something called Greco-
Roman wrestling. Greco-
Roman wrestling I'd
never heard of that either
and certainly never had seen
two guys actually engaged in
that kind of battle. I also
.didn't understand what they
were trying to do and watch-
ed ardently for 20 minutes
and still didn't know what
was going on, except that
when it was all over the
American had won the gold
medal and that was good
enough for me. Shoot, I wish
the. Russians were here
'cause our Greco-Roman
wrestlers could beat those
guys with one hand tied
behind their backs.
I'll tell you somethilse,
"the National Anthem" has
replaced "Wabash Cannon-
ball" as my all-time favorite


song.
Water polo, steeplechase,
triple jump, basketball, high
hurdles, platform diving,
volleyball, archery, the
equestrian events, gymnas-
tics, shooting, cycling, and a
partridge in a pear tree. I
tell you the games of the XX-
III Olympiad have got it all.
They've even got the ham-
mer throw. In the summer of
1958 we were building a barn
in the pasture behind our
house and my dad hit his
thumb while nailing on the
tin roof-you talk about a
hammer throw. I guarantee
you it was an Olympic
record.
Of course, with all the
events comprising the
"Games of '84" you'd think
that the Olympic Committee
had left nothing out. Well
you're wrong 'cause I've got
a couple of "games" that I
think should have been in-
cluded in this year's Olym-
pics. You take for instance
the old grapevine swing
across the big ditch. We used
to have a lot of fun with that
one. There was this big
grapevine hanging out of a
huge oak tree at a spot where
the ditch was about 25 yards


COLBERT


across (of course they'd
have to use meters in the
Olympics). We'd get a runn-
ing start, jump a'hold of that
grapevine and swing across
the big ditch. The trick was
to let go at just the right mo-
ment on the other side. If you
let go too early or just a tad
too late you'd do a nosedive
into the bank. Worst of all, if
you "got scared" and didn't
let go at all, you could not
make it back to the other
side. So you just swung
above the ditch until the vine
stopped and there you hung.
It was a 20 to 30 foot drop to
the bottom of the ditch and a
30 to 40 foot climb to the tree
that was holding the vine.
Many evenings we left the
(Continued on Page 8)


What Price


Progress?


Last year, this spot was a vista of
scrub pines, saw grass, and other
vegetation which has been unique with St.
Joseph Peninsula for years. A veritable
wilderness stretched from C-30S to the
Gulf of Mexico, which lies just beyond the
Line of sand dunes which are directly
behind the seventh building in the
distance. Preparations are being made for
at least three more similar buildings on
this same property.
.wThese buildings, which are sold as
AIL "town houses", are only a small portion of
the structures being put up on the
Peninsula, facing both the Gulf of Mexico
and St. Joseph Bay. The area has seen an
unprecedented growth. If the present rate
""of growth continues, the area will be more
congested than Beacon Hill and Mexico
_. Beach in less than five years.
-Star photo

.a.
3~.. ...


You'd Better Go Soon If You Hope to Remember Wilderness of Peninsula


IF YOU HAVE any plans to take
one last, long look at what is left of the
wilderness area on St. Joseph Penin-
sula to remember for posterity, I
would suggest you load up the family
flivver, put in a gallon or two of gas
-and take a spin over on the Peninsula i
in the next week or two.
The wilderness which once was
along the entire length of the
Peninsula is fast becoming a thing of
the past. Somehow or other, the word
has leaked out on the "Best kept
secret'in Florida" and people intent
-on making money are making it. In
Sthe process, the wild wilderness which
was once the Peninsula is turning into
.subdivisions, concrete and paved
-roads.
: It was just a few years ago (less
than two decades) when one had to
have a four-wheel drive vehicle if he
- expected to get off old Highway 98 and
:.onto the Peninsula in a motorized
vehicle. Then the paved strip of road
was pushed onto the Peninsula to give
the Air Force access to their isolated
missile tracking station. The road is no
mere track anymore, -nor is the


tracking station in the wilderness and
isolated.
It used to be an adventure to get to
the U.S. Coast Guard station which
took care of the Loran station and the


after another until the last five years
when the movement has rushed ahead
with the fury and speed of one of the
hurricanes which can still turn the
Peninsula back into a wilderness with


beach on- their four-wheel drive
vehicle only to be faced with a bare
rear.
This tug of war between those who
wished to go bathing in a bathing suit


ETA OIN SHRDLU

By: Wesley R. Ramsey


lighthouse at about the point where
the Peninsula attaches itself to the
mainland. The road to the Coast
Guard station is still not much more
than a patchy asphalt path.

AFTER A WIDE asphalt paved
road was built to serve the new state
park located on the Peninsula, it has
been one false start at development


a 24-hour visit to this area.
Five years ago, we were fighting
.the influx of nude bathers from the
Tallahassee area. They came here to
the Cape San Blas beach for their
bare basking in the sun because it was
isloated and remote. It was a long
time before anyone even complained.
Then some family decided to rough it
one week end by taking to the isolated


and those who didn't continued until
those who wanted to stay clothed
started buying property and building
houses.
Now, one wouldn't dare get up in
the morning and slip out to get the
paper in his BVD's for fear of being
seen.

A RIDE OUT on the Peninsula


last Friday afternoon revealed much,
much building activity which wasn't
there about a month ago when I drove
out toward the State Park. It is
building up fast.
I can see where most of us alive
today are going to live long enough to
see the entire beach area closed off by
developers and private property
owners.
I admit I had an opportunity to
buy me a little patch of wild, natural
beach front property from which
vantage I could sit on a stump or a
lawn chair, in the wilds, and watch the
waves pound to my heart's content.
But I didn't.
Now, I hear most every foot of the
waterfront property has been pur-
chased. I can't deny those who own it
have the right to do with it whatever
they please and they have. Most
have fenced it off and erected a gate to
keep those of us who had the
opportunity to buy the property and
didn't-out!
When you make your last-minute


nostalgic trip to see the Peninsula, re-
member when we used to go over
there to shoot doves, ride the beaches,
fish and camp out. Remember those
days well, because that's all you can
do, now.
I can see where the old driving on
the beach question is going to get
hotter and hotter and more controver-
sial and more argumentative as time
goes on.

THE IRONY OF IT all is that for
years we have all castigated St. Joe
Paper Company for hanging on to
their land and not allowing all of us to
have it in order to develop our locale.
I can see the day coming, in the
not so distant future when there will
be a ground swell of appreciation for
St. Joe Paper hanging on to their land.
Where we once cursed them for being
so obstinate about their land, we're
going to praise them for being so tight
fisted.
It is soon going to be the only way
us folks who don't own a piece of the
beach can get on it.


THE STAR -
Published Every Thursday at 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
Second-Class Postage Paid at Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Wesley R. Ramsey .......... Editor and Publisher
A'FsPT William H. Ramsey Production Supt.
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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
Aug. 9 8:38 a.m.
Aug. 10 9:27 a.m.
Aug.11 10:15a.m.
Aug. 12 10:57 a.m.
Aug. 13 11:36 a.m.
Aug. 14 12:18p.m.
Aug. 15 12:57p.m.
Aug. 16 3:28 a.m.
2:00 a.m.


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8:09 p.m.
8:57 p.m.
9:33 p.m.
9:52p.m.
9:48 p.m.
9:00p.m.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 9, 1984 PAGE THREE


Auto Accidents Injure Five People


Mrs. Dessie Lee Parker,
229 Seventh Street, suffered a
broken foot in a crash last
Thursday morning at the


intersection of Highway 98
and Fifth Street.
According to Police Ser-
geant, James Graves, Mrs.


Friends and by-standers check the
condition of Mrs. Dessie Lee Parker, sitting
in her car on the left, after a collision at the


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Parker was going through
the intersection from the east
side of Fifth Street, when her
car was struck in the left


front by a second vehicle,
driven by Theo Woullard of
402 Avenue C, who was
making a left turn into
Highway 98. Woullard was
travelling east on Fifth
Street.
Mrs. Parker was taken to
Gulf Pines Hospital by the
volunteer ambulance ser-
vice, where she was treated
for a broken left foot as well
as several bruises and abra-
sions. Woullard was not hurt
in the crash.
An estimated $2,500 dam-
ages was inflicted on Mrs.
Parker's 1984 Cougar and
$600 to Woullard's 1969 Ply-
mouth.


Four children were shaken
up and suffered from bruises
when a pick-up truck and a
Plymouth sedan were in-
volved in an accident on St.
Joseph Peninsula near the
location known as "Tapper's
hole" Friday afternoon.
According to Florida High-
way Patrol Trooper Bill
Godwin, Richard R. Stephens
of Cobb, Georgia was travel-
ling east on C30-E in a 1984
Nissan pick-up truck, when
he attempted a left turn just
as Patricia V. Isaacks of
White City, attempted to pass
him in her automobile.
The two vehicles collided,


causing the pick-up to slide
sideways in a skid diagonally
across and off the road,
where it overturned and
ended up on its top.
The sedan came to a stop a
few feet on down the road.
Stephens was not injured in
the accident, but four chil-
dren in the car with Isaacks
were taken to Gulf Pines
Hospital, checked and re-
leased.
Trooper Godwin said he
filed charges against Ste-
phens for an illegal change of
course and against Isaacks
for operating unsafe equip-
ment.


intersection of Highway 98 and Fifth Street
Thursday morning. Theo Woullard, driver
of the second car, was not injured.
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Rites for Hubert Miller


Hubert Miller, 56, of 513
Seventh St., Port St. Joe died
suddenly Monday morning.
He was born in Westville and
lived in Port St. Joe for 45
years. Mr. Miller was a U. S.
Army veteran of the Korean
War and had worked for the
St. Joe Paper Company for 32
years.
Survivors include: his
wife, Flora Miller of PortSt.'
Joe; one son, Harloji R.
Miller of White City; two
daughters, Patricia Ann Tay-
lor of White City and Debbie
Sue Byrne of Port St. Joe;
five grandchildren, Wendy
Miller, Vince Taylor, Jr.,
Timothy Miller, David
Byrne, and Michael Taylor;
two brothers, Dalton Miller
of Dothan, Ala., and Daniel
Miller of White City; five
sisters, Montez Pitts of Port
St. Joe, Myrtle Fox of White
City, Mavis Kirkland of
Dothan, Ala., and Margaret
Harvey and Mary Ann Giv-
ens, both of Tallahassee; and
a host of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday at 4 p.m. EDT at
the Oak Grove Assembly of
God Church with Rev. R.
Larry Wells and Rev. David
Fernandez officiating. Burial
followed at the family plot in


Holly Hill Cemetery. Asked
to serve as pallbearers were:
Roy Marshall, Cliff Sanborn,
Charles Ingram, William
C nI 1UI,^y Tl H Lee Smith


and James Summers.
Arrangements were by Gil-
more Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe.


the State Park last Friday afternoon.
-Star photo


Dr. Atkinson
Dies In Miss.
Dr. James T. Atkinson of
Merridian, Miss. died Satur-
day, August 3. The 72 year
old Dr. Atkinson was a
former resident of Mexico
Beach and a retired veteri-
narian. He is survived by his
wife, Mary.


uoeman, ameo arryL *1
Mass Said for Lillian
Rites Held Schoelles Marshall, 90
.- b


for Fa

Larry
Master Fabian
age five, passed a%
in Wahiwa, Hawa
been a resident S
Joe for three ye
moving to Hawaii
Survivors ificlui
rents, Mr. and N
Larry of Wahiwa
paternal grandpa
and Mrs. R. C. La
St. Joe; and his
grandmother, Mr,
Nickson of Port S
Funeral services
Saturday at 2:00
at the Philadelphia
Baptist Church o
Joe with Reveres
Williams officiati
followed in the far
Forest Hill Cemel
All arrangement
Gilmore Funeral


bian Lillian Elizabeth Schoelles
, .. Jlarshall, 90, passed away
Thursday, August 2 in Port
St. Joe following an extended
C. Larry, illness. She had been a native
way July 28 and lifelong resident of Apa-
ii. jHe had lachicola, and was a member
of Port St. of St. Patrick's Catholic
mrs before Church.
a. Survivors include: one
de: his pa- daughter, Mrs. Betty Lewis
Mrs. Terry of Port St. Joe; one step-
a, Hawaii; daughter, Louise Dickens of
rents Mr. Apalachicola; one sister, Al-
rry of Port ma Anderson of Tallahassee;
maternal five grandchildren and two
rs. Voncile great grandchildren.
3t. Joe. Rosary was said at 8:00
s were held p.m. EDT Friday at the
PM EST Comforter Funeral Home.
a. Primitive The funeral mass was said at
if Port St. 10:00 a.m. Saturday at St.
nd Clifford
ng. Burial
mily plot at
tery.
ts were by
Home.


Joseph's Catholic Church.
Interment followed in Mag-
nolia Cemetery in Apalachi-
cola.
All arrangements were un-
der the direction of Comfort-
er Funeral Home.

Card of Thanks
Dear Friends: Thank you
for the cards, flowers, tele-
phone calls and your many
acts of concern shown us
during George's operation.
He is doing well.
We especially thank all the
churches for their prayers on
our behalf.
SThank you again-
Mr. & Mrs. George Cooper


Ministerial Chipola Basin
Meet Change Group Meeting


The August 13th meeting of
the Port St. Joe Ministerial
Association has been chang-
ed from Gulf Pines Hospital
to First Baptist Church.
Ministers will be served
breakfast at 9:00 A.M., host-
ed by Rev. Browning and his
congregation.
The meeting will follow
after breakfast. All ministers
are encouraged to attend.


The Executive Committee
of the Chipola Basin Protec-
tive Group will hold its
regular monthly meeting in
Blountstown on Monday, Au-
gust 13 at 7 p.m., CST, in the
Board Room of the Calhoun
county Commission in the
Courthouse.
The Sapp Battery Site and
the Dead Lakes Dam re-
moval will be the topics for
discussion.


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Concert of Sacred

Music at Methodist


A concert of Sacred Music
will be presented Sunday,
August 12 at 7:30 p.m. at the

Local DAR
Holds Workshop
Mrs. W. B. Dye, Regent, St.
Joseph Bay Chapter of DAR
held a workshop meeting
Friday, August 3 at the Gulf
County Public Library.
Mrs. Paul Kunel presented
plans for the 1984-85 year's
programs which will be
finalized and presented be-
fore the first meeting on
October 17.
Mrs. Dye gave committee
chairmen materials received
from the National Society to
enable them to carry out the
society's goals of promoting
education, history and patri-
otism.

I will no longer be do-
ing any service work
On appliances,
refrigeration units,
-wiring, etc. after Sept.
"1,1984.
.' have enjoyed this
work for the public for
the last 20 years. I
wish to thank all of
the nice people for
calling on me.
F. T. KIRKLAND


First United Methodist
Church in Port St. Joe.
"The Soft Winds", a ladies
trio from Orlando, will pre-
sent selections for the mes-
sage in the lyrics as well as
the music. Their current
repertoire includes contem-
porary songs by Peterson,
Dick Anthony and Gaither,
along with arrangements of
old favorites and hymns.
Members of the group
include Fay Grant, Jo-Anne
Morris, and Lynette Cornell.
They have been together
since 1970, singing at worship
services, banquets, associa-
tional WMU meetings, and
retirement-nursing homes.
You are cordially invited to
attend this special service.

Margaret Hale
Wins Award
Margaret Hale of Mexico.
Beach, an independent beau-
ty consultant for Mary Kay
Cosmetics, has just returned
from three days of intensive
training in Dallas as a
participant in Mary Kay's
1984 Seminar.
Ms. Hale, who joined Mary
Kay in November of 1978, is a
member of the Craig Sullivan
Unit. This unit was one of the
Top Ten Unitp in the Sap-
phire Division. Ms. Hale won
an award for being Second
Runner Up in Sales for her
unit.


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Burges Have
Travis and.Lynn Burge are
proud to announce the birth
of their daughter, Natalie
Jolynn, on July 31 at Gulf
Coast Community Hospital.
She weighed 6 lbs. 13V2 ozs.,


Band Members

Attend Camp

TROY, ALA. Students from
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School at-
tended the 19th annual high school
band camp at Troy State University
July 22-27. Shown while at camp are:
seated, from left, Lisa Handley, Ran-
di McClain, Monica French, Sherry
Creel, Leslie Landano and Lanell
Howell. Standing from left: Billy Mar-
tin, marching bands clinician, Dr.
Johnny Long, director of bands 'at
Troy State, Sharon Miller, Shelia
Toole, Regina Williams, Timothy
McFarland, Kim Clayton, Stephanie
Porter, and Port St. Joe band direc-
tor, Wayne Land.
In the photo at left, Connie Dixon,
captain of the majorette corps, is
shown with Billy Martin, and Dr.
Long.


"THE SOFT WINDS"
Ladies' Trio
of Orlando, Florida


Fay Grant, Jo Anne Morris, Lynette Cornell

In A Concert of

Sacred Music

Sunday, August 12
7:30 P.M.


FIRST UNITED

METHODIST CHURCH
S oPort St. Joe, Florida


Quarles' New
Granddaughter
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Quar-
les, Jr. are proud to annou-
ce the birth of a granddaugh-
ter, Miss Caroline Ann Har-
mon, on July 9. Caroline is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
T. Craig Harmon of Atlanta,
Georgia.
Her paternal grandparents
are Mrs. Ann Harmon of
Olive Branch, Mississippi,
and James E. Harmon of
Memphis, Tennessee. Great
grandparents are H. W.
Harmon of Ashville, North
Carolina, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Quarles, Sr. of Port St. Joe,
and Mr. and Mrs. Basil E.
Kenney, Jr. of Lynn Haven.

Guidance Board
to Meet Tuesday
The Board of Directors of
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. will hold its next
regularly scheduled meeting
on Tuesday, August 14 at 7:00
P.M. (E.D.T.) The meeting
will be held in the Clinic
Conference Room at 311
Williams Avenue in Port St.
Joe.


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SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 9, 1984 PAGE FIVE


School Bells Ring


Next Th
School bells will ring out on Thursday,
August 16, to summon back approximate-
ly 2400 students to the Gulf district
schools. Greeting these students will be
anr. extended school day to accommodate
the more rigorous academic demands
being placed upon them.
In the Port St. Joe area, the scheduled
beginning and dismissal times for
students have been set as follows:
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High, 7:55-2:38
p.m., All students;
Port St. Joe Elementary, 8:00-2:20
North PSJ buses, 2:25 Other buses, and
2:30 Town students;
Highland View Elementary, 7:55-2:10
Town students, and 2:50 Bus students.
The Wewahitchka schools have an-
nounced the following beginning and


Retires After

37 Years
Marion Craig, veteran educator at Port
St. Joe High School, was presented a plaque
of appreciation by the Gulf County School
Board Tuesday morning, for his 37 years of


The First Baptist Church is
having a "Back-to-School
Rally" for all young people of


service to the local system. Craig came to
Port St. Joe in 1947 as a football coach and
teacher and has been a force in the system
ever since. He also served two terms as
Superintendent of Education during his
years here in Gulf County. Craig retired at
the end of the last school year.
In the photo above, he is presented the
plaque by Superintendent Walter Wilder.
-Star photo


the community on Wednes-
day, August 15 at 7:00 p.m.
Special guest for the rally


First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE............. 10:00A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00 A.M.
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Everyone is invited to this
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Gulf County
School Lunch


MENU,.
Thursday, August 16
Hot dog, cole slaw, French
fries, cookies, and milk.
Friday, August 17
Spaghetti with meat sauce
, and cheese, tossed salad,
pears, buttered rolls, and
milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.
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ursday
dismissal times for students:
Wewahitchka High School, 7:52 a.m.-
2:40 p.m. All students;
Wewahitchka Elementary School, Lin-
ton Site, 7:50-2:35 Bus students, 2:40
Town students;
Main Street Site, 7:50-2:25 Bus Stu-
dents, and 2:30 Town students.
Lunch prices have not changed. They
remain at $1.00 full pay and $.40 for
reduced. Milk is $.20 per carton. Free and
reduced lunch applications will be sent
home with students on the first day of
school.
Bus routes will see a schedule change
due to the new starting times. All bus
routes are expected to be run about 15
minutes earlier than last year.


High School Orientation


The administration and.
guidance department are
planning an Orientation Pro-
gram for all seventh graders
and new students of Port St.
Joe High School on August 14
from 9:00-11:30 a.m. in the
Commons Area. All students
and parents are invited to
attend.
Students will meet with
their teachers, receive sche-
dules, and tour the facilities.
Transportation will be pro-
vided. Bus routes are as
follows:
White City, Mrs. Antley,


Stops at Hammonds Store,
Kirklands Store;
Beaches, Mrs. Curlee,
Stops at Mexico Beach- 7th
St. and Hideaway Harbor,
Beacon Hill- 4th St., St. Joe
Beach- Jr. Food Store, High-
land View- Elementary
School;
Indian Pass, Mrs. O'Barr,
Stops at McNeill's Store and
Pickett's Store;
North Port St. Joe, Mrs.
Gant, Stops at Avenue A and
Apollo St., Avenue C and
Battle St., Avenue B and
Main St.


GCCC Advisors


Set Schedules


Fall academic advising for
students planning to enroll in
day classes will be held at
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege Aug. 10, 13, 14 and 15.
Returning students should
meet with their academic
advisors during that time to
plan their schedules and
receive a course approval.
card necessary to obtain an
appointment to register.
All new degree-seeking stuz
dents should call the college
to schedule placement tests
prior to Aug. 9, in order to
participate in a group ad-


vising session on that date.
A special advising session
for evening students has been
scheduled for Monday, Aug.
13 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the
Student Center on campus.
Registration for the fall
semester will begin Aug. 16.
More information can be
obtained by calling 769-1551.


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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.
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VISION CARE FOR THE
VERY YOUNG
Even a child who shows no
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tion by the third birthday.
Non-obvious disorders
which are due to poor visual
development can be moni-
tored and often reversed by
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In examining a young
child, the optometrist tests
how the eyes function
together as a team, the way
vision is used to guide move-
ment and handle objects,
and clarity of sight. Good vi-
sion in infancy can help fore-
stall future vision problems.
Parents can play an
important role in stimulat-
ing vision in early childhood.
* Using a dim night light in a
child's room.
* Shifting the baby's position
in a crib, and position of the
crib itself.
* Moving the child to dif-
ferent rooms during the
day.
* Providing toys and ac-
tivities that encourage
eye/hand coordination.
* Allowing a child to crawl,
creep and explore his en-
vironment.
* Encouraging visual dis-
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. AUG. 9, 1984


It's Looking More Like Election Time
Political signs are sprouting up on trees, posts, fences and other unlikely the dead of night. The signs will probably become more prolific in this and
spots overnight as the day for the first primary election draws nearer. These other spots throughout the county as the campaign progresses and as the
three palm trees on Fifth Street have seen the 'campaign nailer strike during weather and the issues get hotter. ---Star photo

Why Settle for Less than the Best?

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Representatives of St.
Joseph Telephone & Tele-
graph Company will begin
canvassing the area on Au-
gust 13 in order to begin
preparing for publication of
the 1985 telephone directory.
The names of these represen-
tatives are: S. Bradd, K.
Cochran, G. Conant, W.


Shaw, C. Taylor, R. Tuttle, J.
Gallaghar, Lee Lachat, Dis-
trict Manager and David
Winter, District Supervisor.
Due to increased telephone
activity and growth in all
areas which it serves, Alliga-
tor Point, Altha, Apalachi-
cola, Blountstown, Bristol,
Carrabelle, Chattahoochee,


Report Change In

Your Situation


People in the North Florida
-area who receive Supple-
mental Security Income
:(SSI) payments have an
'important responsibility to
report any event that could
,affect their right to payments
or the payment amount, Ann
,R. Kinard, Social Security
'Field representative for Gulf
County, said recently.
:. SSI makes monthly pay-
'nents to'people who are' 6ior
older or blind or disabled who
'have little income and who do
not own much in the way of
real or personal property.
: People who fail to report a
change run the risk of getting
' too much money and having
to pay it back. And, a person
who fails to report a change
or makes a false statement
may have to pay a penalty of
up to $100.
Reports can be made by
:mail, in person, or by tele-
phone. Any report should
include the person's name,
'the. correct Social Security
.number under which pay-
ments are made, the change
:being reported, the date it
happened, and, if the report
is in writing, the person's
signature and address.
Everyone getting SSI
should report:
His or her own bank
account, Christmas club, cer-
tificate of deposit, or money


set aside for burial;
If the person's name is on
someone else's bank ac-
count;
If the person goes to work;
If the person has any other
income or the amount of
other income changes;
If the person gets help with
living expenses;
If the person enters an
institution;
Change of address;
The person leaves the U.
S.;
Someone moves into or out
of the person's home, some-
one in the household dies, or
a baby is born;
There are changes in a
spouse's, child's or parent's
income;
The buying or selling of
real estate or personal pro-
perty;
The person, or someone
living with the person, gets
married, widowed, divorced,
or separated;
A disabled or blind per-
son's condition improves.
More information about
these reports can be obtained
at the Panama City Social
Security office, located at 30
West Government Street.
The telephone number is
769-4871. The people there
will be glad to answer any
questions about reporting.


Printers Publishers Office Supplies


P .a aa aaa a a aa a


THANK YOU!

I would like to thank all the
volunteers of the Port St. Joe
Ambulance Squad who have so
freely given of themselves. Your
P care and transportation given to
.those in need has been beyond
your call of duty and your
response has been excellent.


Sincerely,
Shirley R. Simpson, M.D.




-ELECT-

Armond "A. B."


TRAYLOR

Gulf County Commissioner

District 1
Jan G. Traylor, Campaign Treasurer


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 9, 1984


iRecord Crop of Seedlings Are Growing


33.5 Million Improved Slash Pines Getting Ready for


1984-85 Planting Season


A record crop of 33.5
million improved slash pine
seedlings is growing in state
nurseries this year to supply
to landowners at low cost
during the 1984-85 winter
planting season.
Since these superior seed-
lings grow to good form and
about 15 percent faster than
ordinary slash pines, this is


good news for tree growers
seeking to boost tree produc-
tion on their land.
"We hope to have enough
to supply the demand, but we
never have had enough be-
fore. Therefore, landowners
should get their orders to us
quickly to be sure of reserv-
ing a supply of these premi-


Class of '74 Has 45


Classmates
The Class of 1974 held their
:10 year reunion June 16 and
:17 here in Port St. Joe with 45
classmates in attendance.
: A beach party, picnic and
-volleyball game highlighted
-the activities Saturday after-
Anoon followed by a steak
.banquet and a trip back in
.time through the Halls of
,Learning Saturday night.
&Senior sponsor Kesley Col-
:bert was on hand for the
!occasion with some special
:thoughts and memories, and
Class President Martin Adki-
son led the Class as they sang
:the Alma Mater at the
Conclusion of the Banquet.
: Sunday afternoon from 1-5
:p.m. classmates and spouses
:net at the beach again, this
:time with their children.
The Class of 1974 would like
:to thank the following indivi-
Eduals and merchants for
:their contributions and for
-helping to make the reunion
:such a big success: C. M.
iParker, John Gilmore, David
ERich, Edwin G. Williams,
'Faye Lewis, Ina Merritt,
:ean Adkison, Paula Ward,
.Antoinette Adams, Julie Al-

-CARD OF THANKS
I would like to thank
:everyone for the kindness,
:food, cards, flowers, and
most of all for your prayers
,at the time of the loss of my
Husband.
I would like to especially
.express my thanks to Dr. San
Pedro and the emergency
,taff at Gulf Pines Hospital,
ind J docky Comforter for
- teir help and concern. '
The kind deeds, thoughts
-and prayers will never be
forgotten. May God richly
-bless each and everyone.
Gloria Prather

--CARD OF THANKS
Many thanks to all my
friends who so kindly re-
-'membered me with cards,
'flowers, telephone calls and
-:your prayers while I was a
:patient in Bay Medical Cen-
7ter and Sacred Heart Hos-
,:-pital.
: Thank you,
Gladys Boyer


Attending
len, and the Athletic Depart-
ment of Port St. Joe High
School.

Susan B.
Anthony Run
The Bay County League of
Women Voters is sponsoring
the Susan B. Anthony 5000
meter run and one mile walk
for women only on Saturday,
August 25 at 6:30 p.m.
(registration 5:30 p.m.) at
the Panama City Marina to
celebrate the 64th anniver-
sary of the 19th Amendment
giving women the right to
vote.
The entry fee for each
event is $5 and t-shirts will be
awarded the first 100 people
who register. The Panhandle
Runners will officiate the
race and the walk, and
ribbons will be awarded to
the top finishers.
For more information con-
tact Beverly Dusseault. at
763-4373.


PUBLIC
NOTICES
NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING
BUDGET
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of City Commissioners, of Port St. Joe,
Florida, will be in session on August 21,
1984, at 8:00 P.M., E.D.T., at the
Municipal Building, for the purpose of
hearing from any person or persons
that wish the opportunity to make oral
and written suggestions regarding the
possible uses of revenue sharing funds,
Balanc cin M nda .. .. $' -0-
Anticipated Revenue
84/85 ................. $74,254.00
Total Revenue ........... $72,254.00
Is/ C. W. Brock,
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 8/9
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 FINISHING TOUCH
FLOOR CARE PRODUCTS
201 Monument Avenue
Dave and Joyce Moore, Owners
4t 8/9


COMMUNITY BASED AGENCIES
desiring to operate an Older Individual Pro-
ject under the Job Training Partnership Act
may contact the Private Industry Council for
a proposal package. Deadline for submittal
is August 24, 1984. Call (904) 769-3321 for
more information.


3t819


1I


322 Reid Ave. Port St Joe Phone 229-899


um trees," said Forest Man-
agement Chief W. R. Helm.
Officials of the Florida
Division of Forestry, Depart-
ment of Agriculture and
Consumer Services, said that
nearly four million of the
superior slash pines already
have been reserved by land-
owners, but some 29 million
remain available. Order tak-


Army Reserve Pfc. Mar-
sha K. Owens, daughter of
Mattie R. and Willie J.
Owens of Highway 20 Metho-
dist Hill, Wewahitchka, has
completed basic training at
Fort Jackson, S. C.
During the training, stu-
dents received instruction in
drill and' ceremonies, wea-
pons, map reading, tactics,
military courtesy, military
justice, first aid, and Army
history and traditions.
She is a 1983 graduate of
Wewahitchka High School.


UAE..FORD


ing began July 1, with
delivery during the winter
planting season ahead.
The Division of Forestry
stepped up the production of
tree seedlings by several
million trees this year in
response to increased plant-
ings by landowners. It grows
about half the 160 million
seedlings planted each year


This past weekend Raf-
field's Softball Team won the
State Championship in Lake-
land. They compiled a per-
fect record while winning the
State Title for the second
year in a row. They will now
advance on to the National
Tournament in Montgomery,
Alabama, which will be
played on Labor Day Week-
end. This will be the 11th
consecutive National Tour-
nament in which the team
has competed.
aTeam members are: Jerry
Gaskin, Warren Yeager, Bill'
Dodson, Bryan Baxley, Den-
nis Kizziah, Randy Pridgeon,
Kenny Haddock, David


We Will be

Following

* Nursery
* Free Weights (with inst
* Exercise Machines by E
* Exercise Classes
* Men's Locker Room with Sh
* Women's Locker Room with
* Whirlpool
* Indoor Heated Swimming P


in Florida, with large wood-
using industries producing
the rest for their own uses.
Information about cost and
how to order tree seedlings is
available from any local
Division of Forestry office in
Florida, and landowners also
may obtain advice and other
assistance with forestry
questions at the same offices.


Wood, R. D. Davis, Luke
Weimorts, Curtis Little, Keef
Pettis, Greg Todd, Mike
Todd, and Coach Wayne
Parrish.

Adult School
Offers Driving'
The Gulf County Adult
School is still offering Dri-
ver's Education on Monday
and Tuesday nights. Those
interested in taking the cour-
se are urged to meet at the
Adult School behind the Port
St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School
between the hours of 6 and 9
p.m.


Another premium pine sup-
plied by the state nurseries is
the rust-resistant loblolly,
also a major commercial
tree in Florida. Some five
million are still available.
The price for both im-
proved slash and rust-resist-
ant loblolly is $17 per thou-
sand seedlings, which is the
cost of growing them.
Several other species of
trees are available for pur-
chase from the state nur-
series. These include the
popular Choctawhatchee
sand pine, of which some 3.5
million remain available;
and the longleaf pine, with 2.8
million still available. Both
are in great demand and
nearly half the total produc-
tion of each already has been
reserved by landowners. The
price of sand pine is $15 per
thousand and of longleaf pine
$20 per thousand.
A total production of
250,000 live oaks and laurel
oaks has already been ex-
hausted, but adequate sup-
plies still are available of
regular North Florida slash
pine at $15 per thousand; and
Virginia pine (a popular
Christmas tree seedling) at
$20 per thousand.
Other deciduous trees still


available from the Division
of Forestry nurseries include
red cedar and bald cypress,


both $50 per thousand, and
flowering dogwood at $60 per
thousand.


FITNESS FIRST


to be located on Garrison Avenue





Pre-Membership Registration

Although our opening has been delayed, we are now offer-
ing pre-r embership registration. Prospective members will 0
be giVer a contract with Fitness Tirst stating that they
have paid $50.00 toward their first year's membership,
I which will be fully refundable should the member change
his or her mind about becoming a member.







SOff ering the

Facilities "



ruction)
BodyMasters MEMBERSHIP

lowers and Sauna
h Showers and Sauna F EES will be as follows:


001 Sinale Charter Membership ... $250.00


* Swimming Classes (children and adult)
* Vitamins and Vitamin Supplements



For Further Information Regarding
Pre-Membership Registration Contact
Rodney or Debbie Allen
at 229-8942


3 Month Family Membership ...

6 Month Family Membership ...

12 Month Family Membership ..


for the first five consecutive years.

Family Charter Membership...
for the first five consecutive years.


3 Month Single Membership ...........

6 Month Single Membership ..........

12 Month Single Membership .........


120.00

$240.00

..480.00


NOTE: There will be NO
initiation fee.


$350.00


S75.00

s150.00

$300.00


Pfc. M. Owens Raffields Wins
Ends Basic -


State Iournament


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
MANAGEMENT AND STORAGE
OF SURFACE WATERS PERMIT
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Chapter
363, Florida Statutes, the following application for a
Management and Storage of Surface Waters Permit has
been received by the Northwest Florida Water Manage-
ment District:
Application No. STD-84003, filed 7/13/84, applicant
- Northwest Florida Water Management District, Route
1, Box 3100, Havana, FL 32333. This application is filed
pursuant to an act of the Florida Legislature directing
the District to make application for a permit for removal
of the Dead Lakes dam. The proposed work consists of
removal of the sheet pile dam at County Road 22A and
the Chipola River in Gulf County.
Interested persons may comment upon the applica-
tion or submit a written 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 re-
quests must be received by 5:00 P.M. on August 23,1984.
No further public notice' will be provided regarding
this application. A copy of the staff report must be re-
quested in order to remain advised of further proceed-
ings. Substantially affected persons are entitled to re-
quest an administrative hearing regarding the proposed
agency action by submitting a written request therefore
after reviewing the staff report. It8/9


COSTIN INSURANCE

AGENCY, INC.

(Formerly M. P. Tomlinson Insurance Agency)













All Forms of Insurance
* Homeowners Auto Flood
* Business Packages Group
Hospitalization Life Boats
Pulpwood & Logging
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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 9, 1984


City(Co

unwanted and un-needed
equipment which is just
piling up, taking up valuable
storage room.
State law requires the city
to advertise any un-wanted
item and accept the highest
bid, if any bids are received.
This system is so cumber-
some and some of the items
so small or their value so
specialized, the Commission
has just considered the sy-
tem more trouble than it was
worth and as a consequence
the items are piling up.
At an auction, bids would
be received, complying with,
the law, and an atmosphere
would be created which
might aid the City in clearing
out some of its "unclaimed
treasures".
In other words, the City is
going to hold its version of a
garage sale on the first
Saturday in October. In the
City's case, it will be a
warehouse front yard sale,


ntinued from Page 1)

with all the items offered,
neatly lined up for inspection
by potential buyers and an
auctioneer to encourage
them along.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters,
the Commission:
-Awarded a bid to pur-
chase a new police car from
St. Joe Motor Company, low
bidder for the car.
-Decided to study regula-
tions to provide facilities for
the handicapped in and
around the City Hall.
-Agreed to try to solve a
drainage problem at Forrest
Park cemetery.
-Heard a report which
said. it appeared the City
might owe $45,097 on or
before October 1, 1984, and
$16,911 over the next four
years on the Florida Patients
Compensation Fund for the
hospital during the City's
ownership.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
WATER USE PERMIT
Notice is ,hereby given that pursuant to Chapter
3638 FloridadStatutes, the following application for water
use permits have been received by the Northwest
Florida Water Management District for existing wells on
St. Joseph Spit, Gulf County.
Application No. S01919, filed 4127/84, C.O. Sennett,
1 Club Drive, Rome, GA 30161. Applicant is requesting a
maximum withdrawal of 7,500 gallons of water per day
for heat pump use in Section 17, Township 10 South,
Range 8 West;
Application No. S02057, filed 5/11/84, Ron Ingram,
3411 Julington Creek Road, Manderin, FL 32223. Appli-
cant is requesting a maximum withdrawal of 7,500
gallons of wafer per day for heat pump use.
Interested persons may comment upon the applica-
tions or submit a written request for a copy of the staff
report containing proposed agency action regarding the
applications by writing to the Governing Board of the
Northwest Florida Water Management District, Route 1,
Box 3100, Havana, FL 32333, but such comments or re-
quests must be received by 5:00 P.M. on August 22,1984.
No further public notice will be provided regarding
this application. A copy of the staff report must be re-
quested in order to remain advised of further proceed-
ings. Substantially affected persons are entitled to re-
quest an administrative hearing regarding the proposed
agency action by submitting a written request therefore
after reviewing the staff report.
it 819



Minding the Future.
Gulf Coast.
Your College.

Fall Schedule for Credit Courses in
Gulf County
Gulf Coast Community College
PORT ST. JOE*
ACC 1001 Principles of Accounting I Monday
COC 10221ntro. to Microcomputer Usage..... Tuesday
ENC 1101 Freshman Englis I............. Wednesday
PSY 2012 General Psychology ........... Wednesday
POS 2041 American National Gov't .......... Thursday
* All classes meet from 6:30 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. EDT.
*

INSTRUCTIONAL TELEVISION (ITV)
WFSU-TV Saturdays
PSY 2012 General Psychology .......... 9-10 a.m. EDT
OCE 1001 Fundamentals of
Oceanography ........... 10-11 a.m. EDT
APB 115C General Biological Science 11-12 noon EDT
POS 2041 American Nat'l Gov't ........ 1-2 p.m. EDT
SOC 2000 Principles of Sociology ...... 2-3 p.m. EDT
INSTRUCTIONAL RADIO (IR) WKGC-AM/FM
Wednesday and Thursdays
MUL 2011Understanding Music ..... 12-12:30 p.m. EDT
6:30-7 p.m. EDT
*

Registration for classes will be held on Tuesday,
August 21, at 6:30 p.m. EDT in the Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School.
For further information about classes call
Temple Watson, 227-1259


CLASSES BEGIN ON AUGUST 22, 1984
at 6:30 p.m.
GCCC is an equal accesslequal opportunity institution


County Budget Has Crises


PRESERVE AND CONSERVE
A PUBLIC SERVICE MESSAGE

S We arc very concerned about ecology and the pollu-
tion of our natural environment and we urge all of our
friends and customers to help preserve the world we
live in. Everyone has to do their share or soon it will he
too late to reverse the current dangerous trends.
Pollution is a very definite hazard to good health.
Air pollution can lead to serious respiratory problems
and waste pollution can bring on disease breeding un-
sanitary conditions. During the summer months we
can all help at home or on vacation, by making an ex-
tra personal effort to avoid doing things that pollute
our environment.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRlUST S with
their prescriptions, health needs and other pharmacy
products. We consider this trust a privilege and a duty.
May we be your personal family pharmacy?"




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


'iN .iDWa WW1i9!agB


The Gulf County Commis-
sion is tentatively moving
toward setting a new county
budget which is looking more
and more like it will require
additional taxes every day.
"Every time we think we
have a budget plan worked
out, something else comes
along and ruins all our
figuring", Chairman Ever-
ette Owens said.
Owens was referring to
unexpected expenses which
have all been revealed within
the past month, which will
take big bucks to solve.
One of the main problems
is the matter of providing
solid waste disposal. This is
the year when it must all
come about. The county must
stop burying solid waste in' a
hole in the ground here in
south Gulf County and haul it
to another hole in north Gulf
County. In order to do this,
the county has come up with
a program to join with the
City of Port St. Joe and build
a compacting plant to pre-
pare the garbage for ship-
mentry
Provisions had'been made
for the plant expense, but it
has now been learned the
entire package of building
the new system, closing down
the old land-fill and getting
the remaining land-fill re-
permitted by DER is going to
cost about $200,000 more than
expected.
"According to DER, it is
going to cost us more to close



SKes
(Continued from Page 2)
ditch heading for the house
with Richard .Gooch still
holding on to that grapevine
hanging over the middle of
the ditch. As I think back on
it now, I wonder how Tom
Selleck would have handled
it. They could have dug a big
ditch in that Los Angeles Col-
iseum they got everything
else in there ...
Hey, another good event
would be sliding down a hill
on a piece of cardboard. Pro-
blem there would be a false
start 'cause once you got go-,
ing there'd be no stopping to
you got to the bottom of the
hill. If the Olympic Commit-
tee didn't go for the card-
board race, how about put-
ting a guy in an old used
tractor tire and rolling him
around the track two or
three times. The winner
would be the guy that could
crawl out of that tire and
then walk the straightest
line.
Now, I don't know much
about chewing, but it almost
seems un-American to have
any kind of games and not in-
clude a tobacco spitting con-
test. Apd the winner should
be determined by accuracy,
not distance. I never did go
in much for that distance
stuff- I like those guys that
can put it on the mark.
Heck, we didn't even get
into marbles, or hide-and-go-
seek or apple bobbin' or
yodeling.
If you've got a "sport"
you'd like to see in the Olym-
pics just send in a post card
explaining in 25 words or less
why your game should be in
the Olympics and also be
sure to include the man-
datory 2 box tops from your
favorite cereal.
Respectfully,
Kes

Adult School
Offers Course
The Adult School is now
offering general education,
leading to a high school
diploma, from 8:00 A.M.-3:00
P.M., Monday through Fri-
day, and in the evening from
6:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M., Monday
through Thursday. If you are
interested call 227-1744, or
come by the center located at
Long Avenue South, behind
the High School.


FOR BESI RESULTS,
SHOP THE WANT ADS


the old laAd-fill site than it is
to get the Buckhorn site
permitted", Owens said.
"It's ridiculous, but that's
the way it is".
Another extra expense is,
the sudden collapse of the
volunteer ambulance service
which is also partially caused
by state regulations. "That's
going to cost us some money
and we don't know yet how
much", Owens said. An
estimate about three weeks
ago was that the operation of
a paid system would cost
about $80,000 in new money
per year, provided the county
started charging for the
service.
MEETING TUESDAY
The County has to make. up
its mind by next Tuesday
approximately how much
millage they will be levying
in the new budget.
Mike Dorsey, an account-
ant hired by the Board to help
with preparation of the bud-
get, predicted tax payers in
the county were going to be
faced with new taxes. "Even
if they don't raise the mill-
age, they will see about a 10.6
percent increase in the aver-
age tax bill because of
increased valuations", Dor-
sey said. He pointed out that
property values were hiked
some $33 million over last
year, "$30 million of that is
increases in present property
and $3 million is for new
building since last year", he
pointed out.
Dorsey said the county
was considering a five per-
cent salary increase for its
employees and is tentatively
considering an across the
board raise rather than an.
individual i percentage in-
crease. "This keeps the
*higher wage people from
building up even higher
differences between their
pay and those of lower paid
people", he pointed out.
Up to this point, everything
which has been done toward
the budget has been tenta-
tive, with some more drastic
changes sure to come if
surprises keep popping up,.
according to both Dorsey and
Owens.


20
ND *


Unexpected


Problems Keep


Coming Up


CHIC.O MRETAN 0 IR

.LlESoeAL O.LARSIES


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 9, 1984 PAGE NINE


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Notices
SOLID WASTE TRANSFER STATION
PROJECT NO. GULF 84-100
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
DATE: JULY 24, 1984
DIVISION A
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed proposals. submitted in
duplicate will be received by the County
Commissioners of Gulf County. Florida
at the County Courthouse. until 7:00
p.m.. E.D.T.. August 28. 1984 at which
time bids will be opened and publicly
read for the construction of a complete
Solid Vaa'te Transfer Station. inc/'ding
ramp. pit, compactor and transfer
trailer. PROJECT NO. 84-100.
The work consists of furnishing all
labor and material and incidentals and
construction for completion and accep-
tance of the facility.
All Bid must be on the appropriate
proposal form. Also. proposals must be
executed properly and placed in a
9x12" envelope sealed and marked as
indicated above.
All Bids must be accompanied by a
Bid Guaranty as described: Certified
Check or Bid Bond in the amount of five
percent of the base Bid. be submitted
with said Bid as a guarantee that the
Bidder would, if awarded the Contrac-
tor. enter into a written Contract with
the Owner.
Each Bid shall remain firm and bind-
ing for at least thirty (30) days following
the Bid Opening. The Bid Guaranty of
the successful bidder will remain firm
until replaced by the Performance
Bond. All other Bid Guaranties shall be
returned in approximately 10 days.
The successful Contractor shall be
required to furnish a Performance and
Payment Bond as described in the pro-
posal documents.
Plans, Specifications and Contract
Documents are available for inspection
at the office of Clerk of Circuit Court.
They may be obtained from this office,
upon payment of $20.00 not refundable.
The Owner reserves the right to ac-
cept or reject any Bid or to reject all
bids as the best interest of the Owner
may require. The Contract if awarded,
will be awarded to the responsive bid-
der with the best Cost Proposals. By ac-
cepting the invitation to bid, the bidder
agrees to accept the sole judgement of
the Owner in determining the best
overall proposal.
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Is/ Everett Owens, Chairman
By: /s/ Jerry Gates,
Clerk of Court
4t7126
PUBLIC NOTICE
REVENUE SHARING
HANDICAPPED REGULATIONS
This notice is published pursuant to
,the requirements of Section 51.55 of
the Revenue Sharing Regulations, as
published in the Federal Register on
October 17, 1983. Section 51.55 pro-
hibits discrimination against qualified
individuals because of their handi-
capped status.
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, advises
the public, employees and job ap-
plicants that it does not discriminate
on the basis of handicapped status in
admission or access to, or treatment or
employment in, its programs and ac-


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Congressman


Don Fuqua

Reports

K


The apparent decision by
the Soviet Union to stall once
again on arms talks in
September is disappointing but
not surprising. When the Rus-
sians first suggested that we sit
down in Vienna to discuss
space based weapons and anti-
satellite weapon systems, it was
viewed as a hopeful sign and a
prelude to talks about the entire
range of weapons and the need
to control the arms race.
Almost instantly, however,
the Soviet Union began to make
excuses as to why the talks
should not be held causing
many to wonder if they were
sincere in the first place or simp-
ly using the suggestion of talks
for propaganda purposes. We
now know this was the intent all
along.
The United States agreed to
the discussions and suggested
that we broaden the talks to in-
clude other weapon systems.
The Russians vehemently refus-

tivities.
City of Port St. Joe. Florida, has
designated the following office as the
contact to coordinate efforts to comply
with their requirement. Inquiries should
be directed to:
Name City Clerk
Office City Auditor & Clerk
Address P. 0. Box 278
Phone Number (904) 229-8261
Hours 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.,
Monday thru Friday.
2t 812
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commission of
Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company or corpora-
tion Interested In selling the County the
following described personal property:
Three (3) New or Used Solid Waste
Trailers. Specifications on file in
Clerk's Office. Delivery Date must be
specified. Liquidated damages for
failure to deliver unit on specified date
will be set at $25.00 per day.
Bids will be received until 9:00
o'clock A.M., E.D.T., August 14,1984, at
the Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court,
1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: Isi Everett Owens, Jr.,
Chairman
2t 812

TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
SN'ic6f Is hereby gltven ttatl pursOlnt
to Chapter 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned person intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida, the fictitious
trade name under which she will be
engaged In business and in which said
business is to be carried on, to-wit:
NAME OF BUSINESS:
CAROLYN'S CRAFT HOUSE
Desoto Street
St. Joe Beach
Owner: Carolyn B. Hamon
4tc 7/19


ed to expand the negotiations
for a multitude of reasons, some
known, some unknown.
There is still the possibility of
getting the talks back on track
but there is strong* belief that
the Russians only used the ploy
of talks to try ,and affect the
American elections this fall.
They should know better. Time
and time again in history the


GARAGE AL


Yard Sale: Saturday, 9 to
4, 133 Bellamy Circle. Rain
cancels.
Yard Sale: Friday, Aug.
10th. 124 Westcott Circle, 4
families. 9-4. ltc8/9
Yard Sale: Fri., Aug. 10th,
8:30 3:00. Columbus St., St.
Joe Beach. Girl's clothing,
size 14 to junior 5. Air condi-
tioner. Lots of potted plants,
etc.
Giant Yard Sale: Fri., Sat.
& Sun. 5 families. Simmons
Bayou, next to Ward's
Fisheries. Baby & children's
clothes, Jr. and missy 3-20,
men's 28-42. Household
items, linens and furniture.
Lots of bargains.
Yard Sale: 109 Monica Dr.,
Sat., Aug. 11, 8 to 1. Rain
cancels.
Yard Sale: Several
families, Sat., 8:30 to 1, 611
Garrison Ave. Baby things,
some furniture, clothes, etc.
Rain or shine.
Yard Sale: Friday only, 8
to 2. Children's clothes, fur-
niture, dishes. Rain cancels.
622 Madison St., Oak Grove.
Yard Sale: Corner of 8th &
Georgia, Mexico Beach, 8:30
to 3, CT. Cancel if raining.
Friday, Aug. 10.
Yard Sale: Sat., Aug. 10,
0800 CDT. No early sales. 209
3rd St., Mexico Beach. T.V.,
sewing machine, doll house,
plants- air cond., and other
assorted items.
Flea Market Sale. All table
clothes, 250 ea. Hanging
clothes, 50" ea., Atari 400
computer $150; washing
machine $85; dryer $75;
chest freezer $25; stove $150.
Open 7 days a week. 35th St.,
Mexico Beach. 648-8155.
tfe 8/2


At that time, I will use this col-
umn to discuss the answers
you, the people of Florida's
Second Congressional District,
gave to these questions affec-


Russians have tried to take elec-
tion year tactics to alter the opi-
nions of the American people.
Their actions have always fail-
ed and will fail again. The
American public will not be
duped by the Soviets into
believing that they are looking
out for our best interests.


The Senate committee has
approved H.R. 9, the Florida
Wilderness Act. This is legisla-
tion I introduced to expand
wilderness areas in the
Apalachicola, Osceola and
Ocala National Forests and to
terminate phosphate lease
rights in the Osceola National
Forest. The way is now cleared
for Senate floor action on the
measure.
I first introduced this legisla-
tion in 1974 and we have come
close to getting it signed into
law on a couple of occasions.
The House of Representatives
passed the bill in June, 1983 by
unanimous vote and the Act
was co-sponsored by the entire
Florida House delegation.
The President has indicated
that he will sign H.R. 9 into law
when it reaches the White
House and I am hopeful that we
can get the bill to the President
before the end of September.
Both Senator Chiles and
Senator Hawkins deserve praise
for their efforts in this matter:
The struggle has been a long
one but, at last, we are close to
achieving our goal.



The results of my annual
questionnaire are almost com-
pleted and I will be releasing the
findings in the very near future.


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undergrnd. utilities. 87.5'x108.5',
owner financing 12% int. 5 yrs.,
$11,500 financed price. $9,500 cash.
8th St. only Vi block from gulf. 2 bd., 1
ba. house, good cond, only $32,500.
Commercial zoned lot, 200' hwy. fron-
tage, only $149,000.

ST. JOE BEACH
Atlantic Street lot. Only '1/ block from
water. Terrific buy at $15,000.00.
Pineda St. 3 bdrm., 1 ba. house on
75'x150' lot. Great rental. $25,000.00.
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Lots 4 and 5 for sale on
Barbara Dr., Ward Ridge.
Call after 5:00, 229-6825.
2tp8/9
3 bdrm. 2 bath vinyl siding,
big den with stone fireplace,
cen. heat and air, workshop,
1409 Palm Blvd. $42,500.
229-6225. 4tp 7/26

3 bedroom house in High-
land View, on 2 corner lots.
Aluminum boat and galvan-
ized tilt trailer. Call 229-8137.
2tp 8/2
Wanted to Trade: 2 Apa-
lachicola city blocks for
Cape San Blas beachfront
property. Write P. 0. Box
431, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
3tc 8/2
House for Sale: 517 10th
St., Port St. Joe, $28,000.
Owner financing available
with 25% down. Call after 6
p.m., 648-8339. tfc5/31
Two 50'xl50' clean, level
lots with pines trees. Fortner
Ave. between 4th & 5th
Streets, Mexico Beach. Zon-
ed for mobile home or house,
$17,500 each. Call 648-8225 or
205-735-3988. tfc 7/5


3 bedroom, 2 bath, large.
den, fully carpeted, dbl. car-
port, chain link fence on 2
lots. Located in Port St. Joe.
Call 648-5804 days, 648-8414
evenings. tfc 7/19





1979 Jeep CT5, $3,800. Call
648-5392. ltc 8/9
1978 Z28 Camaro, $3,500.
Call 227-1785. Itp
1977 Cadillac El Dorado,
needs work $2,250.00 or best
offer. Call 904/227-1818&
2tc 8/9
1977 Chevrolet Impala,
runs good, good mill car,
$250. Call 227-1200 after 5
p.m. tfc 8/2
Buick LeSabre, '75. Pwr.
steering, brakes, locks, air
cond., -roomy interior. Call
229-6271. 2tp 8/2
1 1977 Olds Delta 88 hardtop,
1 owner, excel. cond. $1,800.
Call 648-5239 or 229-8035.
tfc 7/5





Wanted: One female
guinea. Call after 5 p.m.,
648-5490.


For home delivery of
Tallahassee Democrat, call
229-6897. 4tp 8/9
23' Yellowstone fully self-
contained motor home. 2 gas
tanks, uses reg. gas, 2
separate holding tanks, 2 air
cond., 4 burner gas stove
with oven, 3 way refrig., full
bath, in excel. cond. $12,000.
Call 648-5334. ltc 8/9
1984 Honda 200X
3-wheeler. Call 227-1574 after
5 p.m. Itp
ANTIQUES
Hamilton pocket watch size
21. Also a Sheffield straight
razor made in Englad in
A.D. 1600, the original and
only pipe razor and a 22
handgun like new. Will trade
for pickup truck valued at
$1,500 or $2,000 or will sell
separate. Call 227-1490.
14' fiberglass boat, trailer,
1982 Johnson Seahorse 7%
h.p. Call after 5, 227-1858.
tfc 8/9
Portable dishwasher, good
cond., good price. Singer
sewing machine, boy's BMX
bicycle, 16", great shape,
good price. Call 229-6506
after 5:30 p.m. 2t8/9


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New Listing: 7th St. Beautiful ne
energy efficient home. Modern stilt
design, 3 bd., 2 be. fp, screened
porch, quality carpet & wallpaper,
ceiling fans, Ig. lot. Assumable
12/A% mtg. Call for appt.
New Listing: Lousleana Ave. Unique
modern 2 bd., 2 ba. house on
75'x112.5' landscaped lot. Many ex.
features, skylight, fp, stove, refrig.,
dbl. car garage, until. rm w/w&d. Call
for more Info. Appt. only.
New Liting: Azalea Dr. New cedar
home In restricted subd. near beech.
Quality construction, cath. calling,
stone fp, solid oak cabinets, ceiling
fan, carpet, wall paper & more.
Georgia Ave. 12x70' mobile home in
'great condition. 2 bd., 2 ba. partially
furnished w/stove, refrlg., washer &
dryer, cen. h&a, gas grill, sprinkler
system, 2 utility sheds & carport. On
beautiful 100'x75' lot wlfrult trees &
fenced back yard. $37,500.
Hwy 388A 2 bd., 1 be. energy effi-
cient home. Water to air heat pump,
a/c, deck & garage. $39,000.
Arizona Dr. Very nice 3 bd., 2 ba.
stone & cedar home on 2 lots.

$69,000. ____
Georgia Ave. 2 bd., 2 ba., excellent
condition mobile home, landscaped
& sprinkler system. $29,000.
1st St. Double wide mobile home, 3
bd., 2 be., with screen porch, comp.
furnished, owner financing, 20%
down, balance 12% Interest. $42,000.
Grand Isie 3 bd., 2 ba., new cedar
home w/dbl., garage. $89,500.
Corner 20th St. & Hwy. 98 Two 2 bd.
apts., upstairs, downstairs, deck &
screened porch. $75,000.
2nd St. Plush double wide, 3 bd., 2
ba., f.p., 1 '/ lots, Reduced to $49,000.
31st St. across from Chamber of
Commerce 2 bd. mobile home, com-
mercial lot. $30,000.
Tenn. Ave. 3 bd., 3 ba., cedar home,
pool, f.p., all extras, $97,000.
Corner th & Florida 3 bd.. 2 ba. dou-
ble wide w/f.p. on 11'/ lots. $48,000.
Hwy. 386A 3 bd., 2 ba. double wide
on 1.05 acres. Good terms, $45,000.
Arlion ODr. Stone & cedar, 3 bd., 2
be., f.p., many extras. Reduced
$72,000. _____
12th St. Cozy 2 bd. brick, furn., short
walk to beach. $45,000.
Grand Isle 3 bd. brick wlefficlency
apt. on 2 corner lots. $76,000.
Robin Lane Hwy. 386A. New 2 bd., 2
ba. 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 bha. ea. side. Furnished, can. h&a,
lot size 75'x100'. $58,250.

Mexico Beach Beachside
(Between Hwy. 98 & beach)
Mlramar Or. Lg. brick home In great
location to marina, canal & beach. 4
bd.. 3 be., screen porch, carport,
workshop, Ig. utility area & more
(1850 sq. ft.). Nice corner lot.
30th St. 2 bd., 2 be., clb house with
partially closed In garage with bath.
Many possibilities. Screened porch &
patio. Adjoln.ng lot available.
43rd St. Great canal and ettlies
location, 1 bd. cedar apartments, fur-
nished.
Bruvera 26th St.* 3 bd., 1 iA ba. brick
home including attractive fur-
nishings, screen porch, carport, deck
& more. $88,500.


39th St. Duplex. 2 bd.; 2 ba. ea. *
Screened porches, 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. Two 4 bd., 3 ba. stilt beach
houses. Furnished, good rentals.
$84,500 ea.
34th St. Duplex 3 bd., 2 ba. each
unit, new carpet, can. h&a. $130,000.
Owner financing.
Circle Dr. "Sandpiper 1 & 2", Both are
3 bd., 2 ba:, brick, furn. Near beach &
canal. $79,000. ea.
Hwy. 98 & 24th St. Lg.-c.b. bealh cot-
tage w/f.p., 3 bd., 2 ba., $70,000.

ST. JOE BEACH
Plneda St. 2 bd., 1 be. concrete
block house on nice lot wifruit trees &
grape vineyard. Carpet, f.p., carort,
stor. bldg., dbl. sink for fish cleaning.
Assumable mtg.
Canal St. New 3 bd. frame 3 story
home w/ 2,016 sq. ft. Stove, refrig.,
d.w., w&d, enclosed garage & lots
more. Has Gulf view. Reduced to
$59,900. ______
Hwy. 98 Enjoy the beautiful view of
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
t.v. satellite dish system. Call for
details.
St. Joe Beach Enchanting 2 story 3
bdrm., 2 ba. home completely
renovated. Everything brand new
from carpet to appliances. Heated
pool w/privacy fence, pool house &
shop. Too many great features to list.
Must see to appreciate. Selma St.
Comer of Alabama & Desoto. New
cedar stilt home, has modern design,
2 bd., 1'/ ba., totally equipped kit-
chen Inc. refrig., range, d.w. &
microwave. Cathedral ceiling. 2
cypress inside walls, carpet, can.
heat (heat pump) & al/c. On 75'xf50'
lot. $69,500.
Fla. Ave. off of Pineda Lg. 3 bd., 2 ba.
home w/fireplace 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.

OVERSTREET
3 bd. brick on 1.02 acres. Excel.
cond., sep. garage, storage, fenced
back yard, access to Intracoastdl
Canal. $47,500.
2 bd., 2 ba. mobile home on .63 acres,
partly furnished. $22,500.

GULF AIRE
Benefits of this prestigious subdivi-
sion are made available with your
choice of these affordable new units.
Two 2 bd., 1'/ ba. & One 2 story, 2
bd., 1/2 ba. unit. Tsteful design &
decor, decks, outside showers, land-
scaping, $54,500 and $64,500.
New cedar duplex, 2 bd., 1 ba. each
side, buy both or 1 unit, can. h&a,
stove, refrig. & d.w., carpet & vinyl
floors, 8'x20' decks & more.
Lovely 3 bd., 2 ba stucco home
w/unobstructed gulf view, 2,300 sq. ft.
of luxury plus 4,000 sq. ft. of garage,
screened porch & decks. Includes all
appliances plus microwave & gar-
bage disposal. Assumable mortgage.


COMMERCIAL
Store, 14 unit hotel, owner's quarters,
offices, vacant lot. Prime business
location In PSJ.
Hwy. 98, Highland View. Drive-in or
sandwich shop on .83 acres. $68,000.

BEACHFRONT
Pelican's Roost, 32nd St. Mexico
Beach. New stucco condos, to be
built on 2 lots. Downstairs units have
1 bdrm., separate dining rm., 2 baths.
Upstairs units have one bedroom,
separate dining rm., 2 baths, storage
loft. Front porches overlook Gulf.
Hwy. 98 & 10th St. Mex. Bch. 1 unit
of "Shoreline" quadraplex, 2 bd., 1
ba., furnished, $63,500.
40th St. Mex. Bch. 3 bd., 2 ba. brick,
turn., carport. $160,000.
BEACON HILL Bluff waterfront, 4
bd., 2 ba. .65 acre, most furnishings,
dedicated beach. $132,000.
Also see townhouses for beach
front.
TOWNHOUSES
Seaside 13th St. Uncbstructed
view of gulf from these new stucco 2
bd., 1'/2 ba. townhomes. Private
decks, cath. ceiling in 2 bds., 2 stor.
rms., Great buy at $55,00 unfurn.,
$59,000 beautifully decorated.
32nd St. Comfortable 2 bd., 1 'I ba.
townhouse near beach. Cedar con-
struction. Good rental. $62,500.
Summer Place, 38th St. 2nd units
from beach, 1 bd., 1'/ ha. 1 story unit
has built-in bunk beds. Cedar units
are 2 story with upstairs bdrm. & ha.
All cedar construction, energy effi-
cient, appliances. Priced from mid
'40's. ___
McDowell's Townhouses Beach
view, 2 bd., 2%/ ba. $82,000. Owner
financing.
Coronado I Gulf View Gulf Front St.
Joe Beach. One and 2 bd. units.
$77,500 and $87,500, 90% financing.
14% fixed rate 30 yrs., or other plans
available.
Serenity by the See 2 bd., 2'1/ be
GULF FRONT, carpet, cen. h&a, cell.
fans, all kit. apple. including built-in
m.w. & sep. Icemaker, w&d. 42nd St.,
Mexico Beach.
29th St. New stucco quadraplex
condominiums. Downstairs units
have 1 bedroom, separate dining rm..
2 baths. Upstairs units have 1 bdrm.
separate dining rm., 2 baths, storage
lont. Front porches face the Gulf.
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.
Blue Water 28th St., Mex. Bch.
beachside, 2 bd., 1%V, ba. $59,500.
Luxury by the Pier Beachfront -Mex.
Bch. 37th & 38th St. 2 bd., 2', ba. or 3
bd., 2'1/ ba. Several to choose from.
Completely furn. & equipped or unfur-
nished. Call to see & get complete in.
formation.
Dockside Miramar Dr., Mex. Bch
Beachside on canal, 2 bd., 2'/ ba a.
w/boat dock, $89,500.
Sand Cliff Villas Hwy. 98, Mex. Bch
on bluff overlooking Gulf. 1800 sq. ft.
3 bd., 3 ba. 2 car garage, villas, all ap-
pliances including microwave and
natural gas water heater.
Warren James II 32nd St. beachslde.
Mex. Bch. 2 bd.. 11/ ba.. furnished,
$69,500.
Gulf View Elegant 2 bd., 2'/ ba. Eur-
opean style cabinetry, $75.000.
Owner financing.


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1984 14' fiberglass boat
with 40 h.p. motor, travel
trailer, and cover, $2,000.
Also dune buggy in good
cond., $2,500. Call 648-5804,
evening 648-8414. tfc 8/9
Restaurant meat slicer,
toaster oven. Call 229-8112 or
648-5900. ltc 8/9
Large ferns. Call Mrs. E.
H. Vittum, 227-1438. 2tc 8/9
25' SeaChief, Chev. V-8,
1.0., VHF loran, fish finder,
all modern engine rebuilt
this year. $5,500. Call
648-5229. tfc 8/9
Sears 30" riding mower.
Also 20" push mower. Call
648-5384. ltc 8/9
1961 Willis Jeep truck, 23'
mullet boat & net. 229-6451.
tfc 8/9
OUTBOARD
1982 25 h.p. elect. Mariner SS
prop, all controls. Excel.
motor. 1982 Drydock galv.
trailer, takes up to 18' boat.
See these at 1015 Woodward
Ave. or call 229-6666 for more
info. 3tp 8/9
Your Grandmother
Will Tell You
Good Cooks Use
Watkin's Flavorings
Vanilla, Peppermint,
Rum, etc.
229-6023
tfc 6/7

Color televisions. Console
or portable, largest selection
in Gulf County. Danley Fur-
niture, 401 Reid Ave.
Washers and dryers.
Speed Queen or White-West-
inghouse. Danley Furniture,
401 Reid Ave.
One 26" man's bicycle,
$30; 30 gal. elec. water
heater (new) $50. Call
648-5110 before 9 a.m. or
after 5 p.m. 2tp8/2
tAWN P FURNITURE -
Swings, picnic tables, lawn
chair, settees, flower boxes,
tables, trellis. Call 639-2860.
Wewa. 5tc 8/2

14' karat gold, diamonds
and gems at discount prices.
Call Pam Knox at 648-5349.
-5tc 8/2


Limited edition prints of
Beacon Hill lighthouse in
1913. Only 100 prints made.
See them on display at
Telephone Co. business of-
fice. Only $35.00.
tfc 8/2
Grandfather clocks by
Ridgeway for sale. Danley
Furniture, 227-1277.


STEEL ROOFING
& SIDING
American Made
From $9.95 per sq.
Goldin Industries, Inc.
Gulfpost, Ms 601-896-6216


$25.00 REWARD
for Any Sewing Machine
We Cannot Repair
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

Windmaker fans, floor or
window, 5 yr. warranty.
Danley Furniture. 227-1277.


Furnished 2 bdrm. house,
Highland View. Deposit re-
quired. Call after 5:00.
229-6825. 2tp 8/9
St. Joe Beach: Unfurnish-
ed duplex. Call Charles at
229-8282 or after 4 and week-
ends, 670-8417. tfc 6/21
3 bedroom apartment, ap-
pliances furn. Deposit re-
quired. 1616 Long Ave. Call
227-1199 or 227-1363.
tfc 7/26
For carpets cleaned the
way professionals do it-at a
fractiqn ,of the cost, rent
Rinse-N Vac, the portable ;
steam carpet cleaning
system. Available at
Western Auto, phone
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.

Room for Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7/5


Wallace
Pump & Supply Co., Inc.
WHOLESALE SUPPLY BRANCH

Bruner Softner Et Water Filters
(Removes iron rust and hard water)


HWY 386-A
Mexico:Beach, Fla. 648-8161
See us for .ump and plumbing supplies



HANNON REALTY, Inc.

(904) 227-1133

FRANK HANNON, Broker
SALES ASSOCIATES
Evenings and Weekends:
Margaret Hale 648-5659 Roy Smith
Mike Ferris 648-5190 Karen King
Frances Chason 229-8747 Marsha Young
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 living with large screened-in porch and elevated redwood
deck. House designed with later addition of. upper story in mind.
Reasonably priced at $74,900 with 25% down owner financing at 12%.
NEW LISTING: 3 bdrm., 2 ba, fireplace, doublewide trailer on corner lot.
Howards Creek. $27,900.
NEW LISTING: 3 bdrm., 1 ba., assumable'mortgage. $26,000.
NEW LISTING: 3 bdrm., 1 ba., deck, screen porch, workshop, corner lot.
$24,000.
Neat 2 bdrm., 1 ba. home at St. Joe Beach. Central air and heat. Large
screened porch and attached carport. $38,000. Unfurnished. $42,000 Fur-
nished.
2 bdrm., 1 ba. frame dwelling at 711 L6ng Avenue. 1,124 sq. It. Only
$26,000.00.
4 bdrm., 2 ba. house on Ninth Street only $29,500. One bedroom and bath
have separate entrance and could be rented out to help make payments.
4 bdrm., 2 ba.. masonry home on 90'x180' corner lot. Has living kitchen, liv-
ing room and double carport. $52,000.00.
3 bdrm., 11/1 bath brick home on corner lot, double carport, 2 screen pQr-
ches. Only $39,000.
Superb 4 bdrm.. 3 ba. brick home with 3000 sq. ft. of centrally heated and
cooled living space, fireplace in fam. rm., formal liv. & dining combination.
All this on a spacious lot in excellent neighborhood.
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.
COMMERCIAL LOTS
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.
TOWNHOUSES
We have a nice selection of townhouses on Cape San Bias, St. Joe Beach
and Mexico Beach.
FOR LEASE
3 bedroom, 1 bath, $450 a month, located on Mexico Beach.


3 bedroom furnished
apartment, deposit required.
1616 Long Ave. 227-1199 or
227-1363. tfc 8/9
St. Joe Beach. Ex. Ig. 3
bdrm., 2 ba. house on Ig. lot.
Fenced back yd., dbl. car-
port, appliances furnished.
CH&A. Available Sept. 1.
Reference & deposit re-
quired. $395.00 month. Call
648-8407. ltc8/9
One bedroom or possible 2,
mobile home, water & rub-
bish collection furnished. No
pets. $150.00 monthly. Call
648-5229. tfc 8/9
Furnished 1 bdrm. apart-
ment, 1508 Long Ave.
Deposit required. Call after
5:00.229-6825. 2tp 8/9


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


THE TACKLE BOX
"Bass Fisherman's
Headquarters"
Specializing in artificial
lures, fresh water fishing
tackle, wigglers, earth-
worms & crickets. Stop by
our store on
Hwy. 71, White City
Phone 229-6713
If we don't have it, we'll get
it.
Ice, Cold Drinks, Snacks

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

We pay top -follars for
mobile home -axlesand tires.
Call collect anytime,
648-8368. tfc 6/14

St. Joe Community
Home Repair
All Types Wood, Block or
Mobile Home Repair
"Home Grown &
Home Owned
Hourly Rates
Tommy and Carolyn Strange
Phone 229-8426
"If we can't repair it. we'll replace it"
tfc 6/14



Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax

Accounting & Income Tax
Service Small Business
Individual
Monthly Accounting
Wauneta Brewer Pat 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. 0. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
.tfc 7-2


I think It was something I ate



kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


LOCAL ROUTE FOR SALE
No selling, collection only.
Will net approx. $400 per
week. Will take $12,000 cash.
Write Box 308 this paper, in-
clude your telephone
number and address. 2tp 8/9
Make money working at
home! Be flooded with of-
fers! Details: Rush stamp-
ed, addressed envelope to:
P.J. Harrison, Rt. 5, Box 395,
Marianna, FL 32446.


Sales Service
Borg-Warner Velvet Drive
Marine Transmissions
Boats hauled in or out up to
35 ft. Eastpoint Alignment &
Marine, 670-8639, Hwy. 98,
Eastpoint, FL 6tc 7/19
Wayne & Rhonda
LAWN & FERTILIZE
Service
Dependable service on a
regular basis. Free
Estimate. Call 229-6524.
4tp 7/19
QUALITY
CENTIPEDE SOD
Delivered direct from sod
farm. 14' per sq. ft.
Call 1-674-8252 anytime
13tp 6/21

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
Const"ctmo
R ildentlil
Commrcdial l





W. S. (Biff) Quarles
CUSTOM HOMES
MULTI-FAMILY
229-8795
RG0040048


GOVERNMENT JOBS:
$16,559 $50,553/year. Now
Hiring. For Directory call
805-687-6000, ext. R-0859.
4tp7/19
Needed: Responsible per-
son with outgoing personal-
ity to run Snack Bar on
beach, 11 to 5, 7 days. Call
Donna at 648-5018. tfc 6/28

FOR BEST RESULTS,
USE CLASSIFIED ADS


Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in
day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
Joe. 227-1145 (24 hours).
BOAT REPAIRS
All Types
and Custom-Made
Fishing Boats
Call 1/639-5212
tfc 6/7
We Move Mobile Homes
Insured
Call for Information
648-8368
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,48:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Thursday, 7:00 P.M., C.S.T.
Wewa Medical Center


COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY,.INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 6/7


THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 Reid Ave. 229-6954
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
tfe 10/6


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151


Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


HELP WANTED:

Applications now being accepted as
of August 13 for seafood processing.
Call Sandy Scott at 653-8831 Monday
& Wednesday, 8:30-12:00, or Port St.
Joe 229-8438 Tuesday & Thursday,
8:30- 12:00.
2tcl8/9


SEVIE


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

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


PAT'S MATS & FRAMES


n Mexico Beach, Fla.


406 7th Street


CUSTOM MATTING & FRAMING OF:
* PAINTINGS PRINTS
* PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDLEWORK
.
SEE OUR GIFT ITEMS
"QUOTABLES", NOTE CARDS, ORIGINAL ART &
LIMITED EDITION LIGHTHOUSE PRINTS.
HOURS ARE IRREGULAR DUE TO ILLNESS OF
FAMILY MEMBER. PLEASE CALL FOR APPOINTMENT.
THANKS!
Member Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, AUG. 9, 1984


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Vegetable 46 oz. can
V-8 Juice.
Piggly Wiggly 300 cans
Pork & Beans
BIG R 300 cans
Tomatoes
ARMOUR 12 oz. can
STREET ...
LIPTON Family Size 24 ct.
Tea Bags.
HEINZ 32 oz.
KETCHUP.
PIGGLY WIGGLY 26 oz.
SALT....


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USDA Choice Boneless
CHUCK ROAST
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Hickory Smoked
WHOLE PICNICS


Choice Tender Family Pak Boneles Family Pak Fresh Lean
CUBED $1 88 CHUCK $178 GROUND $ 58
STEAK Lb. I STEAK Lb. CHUCK Lb.


Lykes Cooked Ham...... ooz.$199
"Hormel Medium Spare Ribs b. $169
Hormel Little Sizzlers ... 12oz. $139
Sunnyland Franks (All Meat or Bee 12 oz. $139
Bryan Sliced Bacon ..... 12 oz.$159


CHARMIN 4 roll pkg.


TISSUE.....
BRAWNY roll
TOWELS .
CAMPBELL'S 10.75 oz. can
Tomato Soup
KELLOGG'S 18 oz.
CORN FLAKES
KELLOGG'S 15 oz.
RAISIN BRAN
KRAFT 32 oz.
Miracle Whip


$19 W
Day ow, ow Pices


$129

79C
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JIF 18 oz. jar $
Peanut B&tter


Bryan Corn Dogs ....... 18oz.$189
Buddig Wafer Meats (AllVaneties) 2% oz. 49
T.V. Boneless Whole Hams.. Ib.$219
Sunnyland All Meat Bologna. Ib. $169
Sunnylapd All Meat Thick Bologna b. $ 16


Good Value
Pizza
T.V. 20 oz.
Shoestring


79
Soz.


Potatoes 62


Piggly Wiggly 6 oz.
Orange Juice .....
Homestyle 11 oz.
Eggo Waffles.....
Buttermilk 11 oz.
Eggo Waffle......
Pet Ritz 25 oz.
Pie Shells .....
McKenzie -.8 oz.
Broccoli Spears ...


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W.K. Corn -Cut Green Beans
C.S. Corn Fr. Style Beans,


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Macaroni & Cheddar
DINNER Mro
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Limit Four
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California
Lettuce 49


Delicious
Seedless Grapes
Fresh
Broccoli ......
Bunches
Green Onions ..
Fresh
Green Cabbage .
6 oz. bag
Red Radishes ..
Large Stalk
Celery .... ....


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* WIC Approved
Home Owned and Operated
by Bradford Johnson

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Mon. Sat., 8:00 a.m. 10:00 p.m.
SUNDAY 9:00 a.m. 10:00 p.m.
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Pick A Super Discount Special Everytime You Make A $25.00
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FOX PIZZAS ..


59C
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3 Lb. Kraft PARKWAY


LIGHT SPREAD
4 Pak
FINE FARE BISCUITS...
12 Oz. American S L
KRAFT CHEESE SINGLES


99'
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TOMATOES


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Fresh
Broccoli .. bch.88


11 Sa ve a V 'h ingsI.


12 Oz. Bravo
Corn Beef


99


32 Oz. Delmonte
Catsup.... (
6 Oz. Deodorizing (Pre-priced at 49')
LYSOL CLEANER ...
22 Oz.FFEATE .......
COFFEEMATE .......


2 Liter
SHASTA DRINKS


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5 Lb. Bag
White Lily FLOUR.....
5 Lb. Bag White Uly
CORN MEAL MIX .....


Green Head

CABBAGE..


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Green

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HOT ROAST BEEF
Regular '& Jumbo
$11 $ 189


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This Week's Dinner Menu


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THURSDAY
Fried Chicken, BBQ Pork Ribs,
BBQ 1/2or 14 Chicken, Macaroni
& Cheese, Baked Beans, But-
tered Cabbage, Peach Cobbler,
Corn Bread, Rolls.
FRIDAY
Fried Chicken, BBQ Pork Ribs,
BBQ 1/2 or 1/ Chicken, Fish
Fillet, Squash, Macaroni &
Cheese, Collard Greens, Green
Limas, Whole Corn or Kernel,
Peach Cobbler.
SATURDAY
Fried Chicken, Beef Stew, Beef &
Pepper, Macaroni & Cheese,
Field Peas, Rice, Fried Okra,
Sweet Peas, Cornbread, Rolls.
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MONDAY
Fried Chicken, Beef, Pepper &
Rice, Pork Chops, Fried Squash,
Mac. & Cheese, Peas & Beans,
Turnips, Peach Cobbler, Corn-
bread, Rolls.
TUESDAY
Fried Chicken, Meat Loaf, Baked
Chicken & Dressing, Whipped
Potatoes & Gravy, Mac. &
Cheese, Yam Patties, Buttered
Cabbage, Broccoli & Cheese,
Peach Cobbler, Cornbread,
Rolls.
WEDNESDAY
Fried Chicken, Meat Loaf,
Chicken & Dumplings, Whipped
Potatoes & Gravy, Mac. &
Cheese, Field Peas, Turnips,
Fried Okra, Peach Cobbler, Corn,
Bread, Rolls.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 9, 1984


It's Time to Plan Your Fall Garden


Some Extension


Elect D. L. (Bobo)



OWENS

Supt of Gulf County Schools
The Children will Come First


Pd. Pol. Adv.


Service Tips Will Make Yours Easier, More Productive


DEMOCRAT


Farris Stresses

Experienced Management
Gulf County needs experienced manage-
ment in our Clerk of the Circuit Court's office
during this period of expansion and growth
to give our people the best service possible.
Alden 'Red' Farris insists upon experienced
management.
Farris---.....whose experience includes:
o Since 1979 City Auditor- Clerk, Port St. Joe, administering
budget in excess of $5,000,000.00
8 years Supervisor Civil and Criminal Records and Ser-
vice of Civil Process, Leon County Sheriff's Dept.
8 years in association with Leon County Clerk of the
Circuit Courts Civil and Criminal Divisions
8 years working directly with County, Circuit and
Juvenile Courts
* Annual "Civil Process" and "Bad Check" seminars with Florida Sheriff's Association
* Over 30 years Accounting and Financial Management; 12 years on County and City
level as Fiscal Officer including experience in:
- Over 10 years Investment management Over 10 years Data Processing
- Budgetary development and supervision Systems design, development and
- Grant application and administration operation


Worked In -......
* Dept. Revenue State of Florida
* Comptroller State of Florida
* Auditor General State of Florida
* Secretary of State of Florida
Remember These Positive
Experiences and Elect
Alden "Red" Farris
Clerk
Experienced Qualified


* Attorney General State of Florida
* Department of Environmental Regulation
* Environmental Protection Agency


VOTE FOR AND ELECT


FARRIS
CLERK of the CIRCUIT COURT


Dear Gulf Countians,
I would like to make you acquainted
with a friend of mine, that I have a lot of
respect for. He is kind, courageous and just. I
have never known him to refuse help to
anyone who asks it of him. He wants to serve
all of us as our Sheriff. If he hasn't seen you
personally, it's only because time hasn't
allowed him to. Some people say that he
isn't qualified, because he hasn't served in
office before, but I say that could be an ad-
vantage. I believe his humanity together with
his clear sense of right and wrong would put
him in the lead.
Signed, A Friend to
J. E. (Eddie) Carnley
MARILYN
Pd. Pol. Adv.
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the garden. Line one side of
the trench with roofing paper
or plastic film, and fill it in
again. This will form a
barrier against the roots of
nearby landscape plants.
Of course, good soil is
important. Unfortunately, as
backyard gardeners, most of
us have to do the best we can
with the kind of soil we have.
However, we can give our
gardens a boost by mixing .in
ofrganic materials, things
like manure and compost.
With such supplements, we
can grow vegetables even if
our home soil is nothing but
sand.
Before you ever plant the


first seeds of transplants, you
need to think about the
vegetable varieties you will
choose to grow. Of course,
you can walk into your
garden center and buy what-
ever you see. But remember,
vegetable varieties differ in
quality. They also vary in
both disease resistance and
climatic factors which can be
vitally important. To find out
which varieties are recom-
mended for your area, con-
sult a copy of Extension
Circular 104, "The Vegetable
Gardening Guide" at your
County Extension Office, or
your garden center may have
a reference copy.


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BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
You might not realize it by
looking at the thermometer,
but Fall is not too far away.
It's time to start thinking
about planting your brck-
yard vegetable garden. This
information I will offer today
should sound familiar to
experienced gardeners. But
a brief review shouldn't hurt
anyone. I hope it will help
those trying vegetable gar-
dening for the first time..
Just about all vegetable
crops can be grown in
Florida, if you plant them in
the right seasons. It's even
fun to try things like aspara-
gus and rhubarb although
they really aren't well-adapt-
ed to our growing conditions.
The most important thing is
to grow vegetables you and
your family like to eat. My
information for this article
was provided by Extension
Vegetable Garden Specialist
Jim Stephens.
The first consideration in
planning your garden is
where to put. it. You want it
fairly close to your house, so
it's handy to work in. You
want it near an outside water
faucet so that irrigation isn't
a problem. But the thing you
really want to be sure about
is proper light. If possible,
locate the garden so it gets
full sunlight all day. Unfortu-
nately few of us enjoy that
luxury. So we have to choose
between morning sun and
afternoon sun. Leaf and root
crops generally can stand a
little shade.
You might want to fence
your garden, to keep out
nuisances such as dogs and
children. In some places,
animals such as rabbits are a
problem. A fence also will
serve as a trellis for pole
beans and other crops that
need support.
In some cases, you'll also
have to protect your crops
from nearby trees and
shrubs. Tree and shrub roots
will compete with vegetables



REASONSS
to see your good
neighbor agent








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229-6514 or 229-6103
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Jordan said evidence
shows. Florida was totally
under water some 500 million
years ago, but had reefs
being formed which would
one day create this spit of
land. The center of the
activity was around the Lake
City area, where evidence of
volcanic activity created an
island to begin the state.
About 300 million years
ago, a collision of the conti-
nents wrinkled the present
shoreline, causing the moun-
tain ridges to form from
pressure. These ridges ex-
tended down as far as,
Tallahassee and started a
bridging action with the Lake
City -area volcanoes.
Nearly 200 million years
ago, the continents started
pulling apart again, leaving
the defined continents we
find today.
About 140 million years
ago, tile seas rose to cover
about half the North Ameri-


can continent, including all of
the Florida peninsula.
Jordan said about two mil-
lion years ago, the state
started forming for the last
time from the residue of
billions of sea animals dying
and their remains forming a
limestone reef which acted
as the foundation for the
formation of the spit of land.
Even today, the highest
elevation of the state is a
little over 600 feet above sea
level, which Jordan attri-
butes to the suspected vol-
canic action of ages past.
As for the limestone foun-
dation, Jordan said it has
been responsible for creating
a huge aquifer under the
state which covers most of
the state with depths of up to
thousands of feet. "We have
a plentiful water supply",
Jordan said.
Guests of the club were
Pete White and Larry Mc-
Ardle, both of Port St. Joe.
The engineer was speaking
at a regular meeting of the
Kiwanis Club here, Tuesday
of last week.






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THE COUNTY RECORD
Blountstown
The Department of En-
vironmental Regulation is
seeking to designate the
upper Apalachicola River as
an "Outstanding Florida Wa-
ter". A public workshop will
be held August 21' at 7:00
p.m., CDT at the Calhoun
County Courthouse to answer
questions and listen to con-
cerned citizens. The designa-
tion would be effective in
giving the DER more power,
add to existing regulations,
and 'could influence the fu-
ture of every county which
borders the river (including
Gulf).
From reading the informa-
tion sent, it appears that the
OFW designation could or
would prohibit any new con-
struction along the river.
This designation will have no
effect on present commercial
docks, boat ramps, industry,
etc., but will have an effect
on future facilities of this
nature. If this is true-then
the OFW could have a
negative impact on the future
economic development on
every county which touches
the river, both present and in
the future.


The Calhoun County Cham-
ber of Commerce is support-
ing a high level of water
quality for the Apalachicola
River and wants to preserve
quality fishing and other
related sports. They also
believe the river can serve
the recreational interest and
the commercial interest
without adversely affecfng
the other. The Calhoun Coun-
ty organization feels the
DER has all the power
necessary to preserve the
water quality without the
burden of more regulation.
As an example, they point
out it took Rysco shipyards
about two years to get
approval to, put in a boat slip
and make their facility us-
able.
The Calhoun County Cham-
ber intends to push for local
control of the river and its
use. They consider the river
a valuable local asset and
want to maintain local con-
trol for that reason.

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REPRESENTATIVE
306 Williams Ave.


S- ELECT

Mildred W. Jones
YOUR

Supervisor of Election
"GULF COUNTY
QUALIFIED DEPENDABLE DEDICATED
Thank you so much for your vote
and support
N Paid Pol. Adv., Paid for by Mildred W. Jones


Vote For


SJoe St. Clair

Clerk of Circuit Court
for Gulf County
Pd. Pot. Adv. by Joe St. Clair



Vote For and Re-Elect
JIMMY 0.


County Commissioner
District One
Concerned About the Youqg, Middle Aged
and Elderly Pd. Po Ad
Pd. Pol, Adv


CAPABLE


CONCERNED


ELECT-

Leon F.

Pollock, Jr.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 5


ACCESSIBLE


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ONLY YOU
Can Elect Good, Mediocre or Poor
Government. We get the type of government
we deserve.
For Best Government, Vote for the Best
Qualified Candidate in Each Race.

LEON F, POLLOCK, IJr.
is by far the Best Qualified Candidate in
County Commission, District 5.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION.


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* USAF
* Philco Field Engineer
* Lederle Sales Representa-
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SENIOR CIT IZENS

HEARING TESTS SET


CAMPBELL'S DRUG
Port St. Joe, Florida
Hearing tests using electronic equipment will be
given August 10th, from 10:00 1:00. Licensed hear-
ing aid specialists will be here.
These tests have been set because many senior
citizens suspect they have trouble hearing and
understanding. Use of the latest electronic euqip-
ment will indicate whether there is such a problem
and if it can be electronically helped. Some of the
causes of hearing loss will be explained, and
diagrams of how the ear works will be available for
those senior citizens interested.
Everyone should have their hearing tested elec-
tronically at least once a year. Everyone having
trouble hearing clearly, even those who wear hear-
ing aids and those told nothing could be done,
should have a test with the latest method of hear-
ing correction.
FREE electronic hearing tests will be given on:
Friday, August 10th from 10:00 1:00
at Campbell's Drug
Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, FL
Please call 227-1224 for an appointment
to aroid waiting.
All service & testing done by qualified specialists.
WATSON HEARING AID CENTER
DOWNTOWN MARIANNA, FL 904/4824025


CARTER
for nutrients and water. So to
give your crops the edge, dig
a trench about one-and-a-half
to two feet deep all around


Florida Forms & Washes


Away 7 Times in the Past


Calhoun to Nix


River Plans


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Josh.


ELECT



KESLEY


COLBERT

Gulf County

Property Appraiser

Your Vote and Support
Will Be Appreciated
Pd. Pol. Adv.


FREE

FISH FRY

At County Park

Wewahitchka
(across the Dam on Road 22)
Saturday, August 11
(11:00 A.M. till)


By Friends to Elect

J. E. (Eddie)


CARNLEY

SHERIFF
DEMOCRAT Pd. Pol. Adv.


Florida has been formed,
washed away and re-formed
seven times in the past 500
million years or so give or
take a paltry million years or
so, according to Bill Jordan,
an engineer with Ardaman
Associates of Tallahassee.
Ardaman Associates makes
its living telling people what
lies deep down underground'
in certain spots in Florida.
and, as a result, Jordan has
become sort of an amateur
geologist.
According to Jordan, about
as much of the Florida
plateau lies underwater off
both shores of the state, as is
seen above sea level. "The
shelf extends for some 100
miles into the .Gulf of Mexico
and about 20 miles into the
Atlantic before dropping off
in what is known as the
Continental Shelf. That por-
tion of the Florida plateau
extending above sea level is
approximately 140 miles
wide.


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T!E STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 9, 1984


'School Board Sets Policy


Re-elect


RE-ELECT

CORA SUE -


ROBINSON
Supervisor of Elections
"A proven record of competence
and service to the voters of
Gulf County."
Thank You for Your Continued Support
pd. pol. ac



HELP ELECT

J. E. (Eddie

-. CARNLEY

SHERIFF Gulf Coun
pd. pol.

S Keep


Paul Sewe

School Board Memi
District Three
Pd. Pol. Adv.. Pd. for by Paul Sewell

YES I believe in volunteer prayer in
schools.
YES I still believe in saluting our flag



First Uniled fl MetodsZ1 Cur,
Constitution and Monument Ave.
SPort St. Joe, Florida
Rev. Alvin N. Harbour, Pastor
CHURCH SCHOOL .................... 9:45 A.M
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00A.
EVENINGWORSHIP ................... 7:OOP.N
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP........ 5:30 P. M
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........ 7:30 P.M



HIGHLAND VIEW

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





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Commercial, Residential

Remodeling and

Service Work

CHARLES SO WELL
REG. NO. ER-004631
26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded
Call Shorty at

229-6798


P The Gulf County School
Board has announced its
policy for free and reduced
price meals for children
unable to pay the full price of
meals served under the Na-
tional School Lunch and
dv. School Breakfast Programs.
w The district's-sponsor's ad-
*Wm ministrative office has a
copy of the policy, which may
be reviewed by any interest-
ed party.
The following household
size and income criteria will
be used for determine eligi-
bility:
Children from families
whose income is at or below
the levels shown are eligible
lty for free or reduced price
adv. meals.
Application forms are be-
ing sent to all homes with a
letter to parents or guardi-
ans. To apply for free or
reduced price meals, house-
holds should fill out the
application and return it to
the school. Additional copies
e are available at the princi-
ber pal's office in each school.
The information provided on
the application will be used
for the purpose of deter-
mining eligibility and may be
verified at any time during
the school year by school or
other program officials.
For the school officials to
determine eligibility, the
household must provide the
following information listed
on the application:
1) the total monthly house-
hold income must be listed by
-A the amount received by each
household member receiving
income and the type of
income it is (such as wages,
child support, etc.) or the
household's Food Stamp Pro-
1.. gram case number if the
l. household is receiving food
0. stamps,
-. 2)names of all household
l-. members;
3) Social Security numbers
bf all household members 21
years old or older or the word
"NONE" for any household
member who does not have a
Social Security number, and
1 4)the signature of an adult
household member certify-
ing that the information
provided is correct.
Households are required to
report increases in household
income of over $50 per month
M. or $600 per year and decrea-
M. ses in household size.
M. Applications may be sub-
M. mitted at any time during the
year.
tor Under the provisions of the
free and reduced price meal
policy, the principal or his-
her designee will review
applications and determine
eligibility. If a parent or
guardian is dissatisfied with
the ruling of the official, he
may wish to discuss the
decision with the deter-
mining official on an inform-
al basis. If the parent wishes
to make a formal appeal, he
may make a request either
orally or in writing to Charles
T. Watson, Gulf County
Courthouse, 229-8256 or 639-
2871 for a hearing to appeal
the decision. The policy
contains an outline of the
hearing procedure.
If' a household member
becomes unemployed or if
the household size changes,
the school should be contact-
ed. Such changes may make
the children of the household
eligible for reduced price
meals, or for additional
benefits such as free meals
for them, if the household
income falls at or below the


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FLORIDA ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES FOR FREE AND REDUCED PRICE
MEANS-Effective from July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1985
These are the income scales used by the Gulf County School Board to determine eligibility
for free and reduced price meals.


FREE MEAL SCALE


Household
Size
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Ea. Add.
Mem add


Annually
6,474
8,736
10,998
13,260.
15,522
17,784
20,046
22,308
+2,308


Monthly
540
728
917
1,105
1,294
1,482
1,671
1,859
+189


levels shown above.
In certain cases foster
children are also eligible for
these benefits. If a household
has foster children living
with them and wishes to
apply for such meals for
them, the household should
contact the school for more
information.
The information provided
by the household is confiden-
tial and will be used only for
purposes of determining eli-
gibility, and verifying data.
In the operation of child
feeding programs admini-
stered by the U. S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture, no child
will be discriminated against
because of race, color, sex,
national origin, age or handi-
cap. If any member of a
household believes they have
been discriminated against,
they should write immediate-
ly to the Secretary of Agricul-
ture, Washington, D.C. 20250.


Seminar

Planned

at GCCC
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege will be hosting a free
public seminar entitled "Ca-
reer Planning Seminar-Get-
ting a Job," on Tuesday,
August 14, from 1 p.m. until 3
p.m. in the George G. Tapper
Health Sciences Building Au-
ditorium.
According to Tom Nichol-
son, Coordinator of Job De-
velopment at GCCC, the
seminar will illustrate a
systematic approach to ca-
reer-life planning focusing on
processes that will help per-
sons entering or making a
transition in the job market.
"This seminar will help
with the understanding of
values, interests, abilities,
the world of work, and how to
activate career plans. Job
seeking skills will be addres-
sed along with ideal ways in
which to present one's self to
prospective employers. The
seminar will offer insights ito
job-hunting, resume writing,
effective interviewing skills,
and career choices, with
emphasis on classroom train-
ing," Nicholson said.
Information will be pro-
vided concerning classroom
training, certificate and de-
gree programs, tuition as-
sistance, employability en-
hancement-life management
skills, and job search assist-
ance.
For further information
contact Nicholson at 769-1551,
ext. 324.

Copies
Available at
The Star
306 Williams Ave.


REDUCED PRICE SCALE


Weekly
125
168
212
255,
299
342
386
429

+44


Household
Size Annually
1 9,213
2 12,432
3 15,651
4 18,870
5 22,089
6 25,308
7 28,527
8 31,746
Ea. Add.
Mem. add. +3,219


Monthly
768
1,306
1,305
1,573
1,841
2,109
2,378
2,646

+269


Weekly
178
240
301
363
425
487
549
611

+62


STATE ATTORNEY
14TH CIRCUIT (DEMOCRAT)

JIM APPLEMAN HAS:
Opposed Liberal Sentencing
Guidelines
Stood Strong Against Immunity
Doubled the Conviction Rate
Reduced Plea Bargaining to
One of the Lowest Rates in the
State.
Fought Crime in the Court Room
Returned over $600,000. Tax
Dollars to You, the Taxpayer
"RESULTS MAKE THE
DIFFERENCE" Pd. Pol. Adv.
mmm mImm wmm4muwmemm 'anu


E If you can't
Even if you're used to doing a lot
of work around the house, it can be
tough to get around to doing the
camking, weatherstripping, and
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For more information on the Home Energy Fixup
program, call or send this coupon to your local
Florida Power office.
Name
Address
City, Zip
FPC Acct. No. Phone
Best time to reach me
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W.


Fred


Turner

Circuit Judge

14th Judicial Circuit


Your Candidate with EXPERIENCE.
* 51/2 years as your Circuit Judge
* 30 years as trial lawyer in 14th r'
Judicial Circuit.
* Life-long resident of Bay County
* Member of First Baptist Church.
* Past member of many civic organ-
izations.
* World War II veteran, USAF.
When re-elected Judge Turner will
continue to conduct your court in an
efficient, fair and friendly manner.
Please vote for Judge W. Fred Turner,
September 4th. Thank you.
Paid Pol. Ad Joel H. Turner, CPA, Campaign Treasurer


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Orange Juice.... 120z. 99U
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McKENZIE BREADED 8 t
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Eskimo Pies ..... SPk $1
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Orange Juice..... 6oz.
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Martha White Corn Muffin Mix .. 71/ oz. 30'
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Uncle Ben's Cont. Rice........ 3 Ibs. '2.54
Sunshine Krispy Crackers ..... ib. box 65c
Luzianne Tea Bags........... 24 ct. '1.83
Hi-Point Decaffeinated Coffee.. 9 oz. '4.65
Niagara Spray Starch ........ 22 oz. *1.12
Kraft Grape Jelly ........ ... 18 oz. 94'
Kraft 1000 Isle Dressing......1. oz. $1.43
D-Con 4/Gone Fogger .... . 2.1/2 oz. $5.71
6-12 Insect Spray............ 7 oz. *2.15
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