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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 23, 1984
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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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 52


THE STAR

Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1984


250 Per Copy


Overhaul Started



Engineering Begun to Repair Sewer Mains


The City Commission took steps Tuesday
night to start an improvement program which
would result in some major renovations of the
City's sewer collection lines-particularly the
older lines in the system.
,For several years now, the City has been
plagued with problems with sewer lines stopping
up at different points throughout tbe collection
area and an infiltration of wate--especially
during times of heavy rainfall. During the recent
rainy spell during July, the City's sewer lines
had more water infiltrate through the sewer
lines above the normal load, than was pro-
duced in the water treating plant daily. More
than a million extra gallons of water per day
found its .way into the system, overtaxing the
facilities.
Robert Gehrig, of Smith and .Gillespie
Engineers of Jacksofiville, who have been
involved in the City's sanitary systems almost
from its beginning back in the 1930's, made a
proposal to the Cominission Tueday night to
begin a survey of the system to see just where
the problems were and come up with the proper
way to repair or replace the collection lines.


Gehrig pointed out the rehabilitation project
is currently listed on the Florida Department of
Environmental Regulation priority list for fiscal
year 1985 for construction grants. "As a matter
of fact", Gehrig said, "You are number 55 on the
list, which means it would be funded in the
current fiscal year".
Gehrig said the only hitch in the plan is that
fiscal 1985 projects have an October 1, 1984
deadline on working drawings, and it would be
impossible to comply with the deadline require-
ments. *
Gehrig proposed to the City that his firm
proceed with a sewer system evaluation survey
and, at the same time, try to obtain delay in
complying for fiscal 1985 until later in the year.
"An alternative would be to obtain a favorable
position in the fiscal 1986 plans."
Gehrig stressed the work of survey and
planning up to the state approval point would be
at city expense and stressed the project would
not cost more than $69,500. "The project will
probably be much less than this, but it will not go
over the cost estimate".
In the survey, the firm would pinpoint


Blood Center Coming Here

for Quarterly Collection


The Northwest Florida Blood Center
in conjunction with GufPines Hospital
and the Hospital Auxiliary will hold a
blood drive Ths ay, August 30, at the
corner of 5thand Reid Avenue. To meet
the needs-6f blood utilization in the Port
St. Joe area these blood drives are held
quarterly within the community. The last
drive saw about 60 prospective donors
turn out, and netted 48 units for use at the
area hospital.
There were several donor clubs started
with Northwest Bloo-Bank.-These clubs- -
"pool" their blood resources so that
needed blood supplies can be replaced by
the elub if a member utilizes blood or


components. This is a convenient method
for businesses and groups to support the
area blood supply programs and help its
members at the same time. "We would
like other area groups and businesses to
open club accounts," said Hugh McEl-
vey, hospital laboratory spokesman.
Anyone interested should contact the
hospital laboratory or Ms. Ethyl Lowery
at Northwest Florida Blood Center in
Pensacola.
h rTe-obile baus rTm"r1' thwst'
"makes the experience unique and
convenient. The goal for the drive is 60
units.


Housing



Survey In Progress to Determine

Need for Local Improvements


Grant writer Julian Webb
of Chipley, put a two person
team in Port St. Joe this
week in the first move of an
attempt to secure grant mon-
ey to upgrade housing in the
north Port St. Joe area.
Webb, was given approval
of the Commission two weeks
ago to proceed with the
application and for "neigh-
borhood revitalization"
which would include im-
provements in the water and
sewer services in the same
area.
Gulf County gave its ap-
proval for a similar program
some three years ago, but the
program was smaller in
scope than the City's plan
and was for rental property
only. The city program will
not include rental property,
Webb said. The program will
be targeted at individual
owners of woefully sub-
standard housing who can't
afford to improve their
homes by any other means.
Webb said one of the
reasons the City has been
turned down for grants in the
past was because it had no
fair housing ordinance, in
effect. Tuesday night, the
Commission was presented
several sample fair housing
ordinances already adopted
by other cities in the Pan-
handle area. Attorney Wil-
liam J. Rish. asked the
Commission to study the
samples and be prepared to
come up with a document
which would fit the needs
A here.
Clarence Monette, a resi-
dent of north Port St. Joe,
asked if their area could have
input into the ordinance and
at least see the proposals
before they were finally
adopted.
Mayor Frank Pate told him
copies of what is being


considered would be made
available to his group, and
input would be considered.
"There will definitely be a
public hearing on the ordin-
ance before it is finally
adopted", Pate said.
HOSPITAL TALK
The Commission has been
concerned for the past year
or so about its agreement
with Baptist Hospital in
Jacksonville over the future
of Gulf Pines here in Port St.
Joe. Part of the Commis-
sion's deal with Baptist was
the improvement of medical
facilities here in Port St. Joe.
Baptist, of course, pledged to
build a new hospital in the
near future and an office
complex to attract new doc-
tors to the area.
The Commission has called
for a conference with Baptist
officials to discuss concrete
plans for the future. Attorney
Rish told the Commission
Tuesday night, the hospital
officials are willing to come
to Port St. Joe for the
conference at any time.
The Commission asked
Rish to set up the meeting at
the earliest possible date-
possibly as early as next
week.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters,
the Commission also:
-Instructed the clerk to
contact the Department of
Transportation about the
rapidly deteriorating condi-
tion of the recently repaired
railroad crossing in Highway
98.
-Agreed to send the Clerk
and the chairman of the
Merchants Association to a
conference on downtown re-
vitalization to be held in
Tallahassee next month.
-Accepted the resignation
of Oscar Jones from the


police department.
-Received a reply from
St. Joe Paper Company that
a request for a ditch ease-
ment on the north side of
Forrest Hill Cemetery is
being considered by the firm.


trouble spots through various inspection me-
thods, including sending a television camera
through the lines to visually inspect them and
mark spots in need of repair.
In the meantime, the firm would be working
with the State of Florida and the Environmental
Protection Agency to develop federal EPA grant
funds, for fiscal year 1986, to finance the
program.
Rehabilitation of the sewer collection lines
has been on the Commission's priority list for
some time, to reduce the flow of effluent to the
treatment plant and to remove the nuisance
factor caused customers by stopped up,, backed
up and balky sewage flow.
Gehrig said his firm could get onto the
project immediately and would proceed' with
their work upon receiving formal instructions
from the Commission. The Board instructed
their attorney, William J. Rish, to inspect the
contract the City has had with the firm for
years, and determine, whether or not it still
meets all legal criteria. If the contract needs no
changes, the firm will be given the green light to
proceed within the next few days.


Demo Rally In


St. Joe Saturday
Gulf County's Democratic Park on Fifth Street at the
party moves its speaking intersection of Highways 71
rally series to Port St. Joe and 98.
Saturday, for a meet with With the first primary
the candidates which will election only 12 days away,
begin at 5:00 p.m. the candidates are expected
to be getting down to the
All Democratic candi- nuts and bolts of campaign-
dates will have an opportun- ing which should make
ity to speak on the program Saturday's rally especially
which will be held at the interesting.
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Raffields Industrial League slow
pitch softball team will be entering
the national tournament this year for
the eleventh year in a row, according
to team manager, Wayne Parrish.
The tournament this year will be
played in Montgomery, Alabama over
the Labor Day week end.
Parrish said the team will be in


Hampton Dunn, left of AAA, presents a with no pedestrian deaths on the streets.
plaque to Port St. Joe Police Chief Robert This is the second year in a row for the
Maige, citing the City for going a full year citation.. -Star photo




2 In A Row

City Receives Award from AAA for

Outstanding Pedestrian Safety Record


For the second year in a
row, the City of Port St. Joe
has received a Special Cita-
tion for Outstanding Pedes-
trian Accident Record from
the American Automobile
Association.
Another handsome plaque
recognizing this distinction
was mounted on the wall of


James Taylor Injured


In Cycle Car Accident


James Taylor, Jr., 21, of
Port St. .Joe, was seriously
injured last Wednesday at
noon, when he lost control of
his motorcycle while passing
a car and was run over by a
second vehicle.
According to Florida High-
way Patrol Trooper Herschel
Hill, Taylor was injured in an
accident on Highway 98 in
front of Gulf Aire townhou-
ses. He said Taylor attempt-
ed to pass a car by going
around the, car on the right
side. In doing so, he went
through the paved parking
lot in front of the townhouse
development and ran out of


parking lot before he could
safely come back onto the
highway. His cycle hit the
grass shoulder of the road,
skidded and slid on its side
across the highway, tossing
Taylor off. Taylor also slid
across the highway onto the
shoulder on the other side.
Timothy Jones, 21, of New-
port News, Va., was ap-
proaching the scene from the
opposite direction in a 1984


Subaru. He saw the accident
and attempted to get off on
the right shoulder to avoid
hitting Taylor. Taylor slid
under Jones' moving car,
and was run over. Jones' car
then struck the cycle.
Taylor suffered a broken
hip and internal injuries
which kept him in intensive
care until early this week.
Hill said charges are still
pending in the accident.


the office of Police Chief
Robert Maige. In town to
make the presentation to City
officials were Hampton
Dunn, of Tampa, senior vice
president of the Peninsula
Motor Club (AAA), and
Roger Sherman, manager of
the Tallahassee Division of
the motor blub.
Port St. Joe has been
honored for eight consecutive
years for its remarkable
pedestrian safety activities
and record. No pedestrian
deaths have been recorded
here during this long period.
According to Dunn, the
award is one of 284 top
citations to. be presented by
AAA clubs across the country
in the federation's 45th an-
nual Pedestrian Protection
Program. More than 2500
cities, and 29 states partici-
pated in the AAA survey
which evaluates and recog-
nizes outstanding pedestrian
safety achievements of parti-
cipating communities for the
previous calendar year.
The AAA pedestrian pro-


gram, uriique in the nation,
focuses attention nationwide
on pedestrian safety needs by
stimulating interest on the
local level in pedestrian-re-
lated programs. Recognition
is given to cities and states
that have demonstrated suc-
cessful pedestrian safety pro-
grams.
Dunn noted that since .1937,
when AAAbegan developing
the Pedestrian Safety Pro-
gram, pedestrian fatalities
have declined 48 percent
even as motor vehicle regis-
trations jumped 459 percent
and the nation's population
grew by 83 percent.
Communities participating
in the AAA program are
judged with others of com-
parable size and characteris-
tics. Program areas evalu-
ated include maintenance of
accident records, safety le-
gislation, enforcement, traf-
fic engineering, quality of
school traffic safety pro-
grams and active public
information and education
programs.


Commission Approves Use of
Federal Revenue Sharing Fund


The City Commission ap-
proved its Federal Revenue
Sharing fund budget Tues-
day night.,
The budget includes ex-
penditures for mosquito
control, recreation, senior
citizens, retarded activity
center, guidance clinic,


library and alcoholism
council.
The fund also finances
purchases of a police car,
3-wheel scooter, recodify
city ordinances, a meter
reader for the water depart-
ment and renovation of the
dock on Fifth Street. The
fund totals $72,254.00.


r N

Season Football

Tickets On Sale

With the football season barely two weeks away,
Port St. Joe High School put the season ticket packet on
sale this week, offering season reserved seat tickets for
all the Shark home games at a season price of $15.00
per person. The Sharks will play six home games this
season, beginning with a game against Vernon on
September 7, Other home games will be with Chipley
on September 21; Apalachicola, October 5; DeFuniak
Springs, October 19; Florida High, October 26 and
Wakulla, November 9.
Adult single tickets will be $3.00 at the gate this
year with student tickets priced at $2.00.
Season tickets may be purchased by calling for
them in person at the High School office or they may be
ordered by mail by writing Port St. Joe High School,
Niles Road, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, and enclosing a
check for $15.00 for each group of tickets ordered.
To promote the ticket sales and school athletics
during the year, the Quarterback Club organized last
week, naming Don Ashcraft as its president. The club
will have its first meeting under the new organization
Monday night in the School Commons Area at 7:30 p.m.
E 1


RAFFIELD'S SOFTBALL TEAM-Front row, left to
right: Wayne Parrish, manager, Greg Todd, R. D. Davis,
Bryan Baxley, David Wood and Robbie Johnson. Back row,
left to right: Jerry Gaskin, Mike Todd, Ken Haddock,


Warren Yeager and Bill Dodson. Team members not shown
are Luke Weimorts, Dennis Kizziah, Keef Pettis and Randy
Pridgeon. -Star photo


Montgomery for the Friday night
drawing of team schedules.
Raffields made it to the national
tournament by winning the state
championship two weeks ago by
taking three straight games in
a Lakeland tournament. Raffields
defeated Gulf Power of Pensacola, 9-3
in the first game; Pratt-Whitney of


West Palm Beach, 15-2 in the second
game and Gulf Power again in the
third game by a 17-4 score.
The team has a 47-18 record for
the current season.
Leading hitters on the squad are
R. D. Davis and Robbie Johnson, each
of whom are batting over .800.


Raffields Entering Nationals


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Editorials


and Comments


TtJt5nAu Y AUG. 23 ,94PG


Disposal WILL Cost



More In the Future


If we had to take a guess about
what will cost us the most in the
future, we would have to come
.up with the answer, "garbage
disposal".
Doing away with solid waste in
a manner approved by the state
Department of Enviornmental
Regulation is surely going to cost
us through the pocketbook before
very much longer.
About two years ago, Gulf
County had an acceptable landfill
in the Buckhorn site. It was a
landfill heartily endorsed by DER
as being in the proper soil
conditions, high enough to give
proper water percolation and re-
mote enough so as not to be
offensive to anybody.
It was the perfect site.
Not any more. This so-called
"perfect" site is now considered of
such a danger it must have special
precautions installed to see our
environment is not adversely af-
fected by its operation.



Playing 1

Geraldine Ferraro, the first
lady in history to be nominated by
one of the major political party to
represent the party as their
Vice-Presidential nominee is learn-
ing the hard way that the boys at
the top, playing hard-ball, don't
soften up for the fair gender when
one gets out of the soft-ball league.
The low, hard curve does its same



No More Suds
Brewery workers in Mil-
waukee are losing one of their
contract privileges this year.
The beer-making firms
are removing the privilege of
allowing workers to drink free
beer on the worker's lunch and
rest breaks. It has always
been the habit of brewers to
imbibe of the suds while
resting or eating.
No more.
It seems the brewery
management has realized a
worker is not the safest
worker he can be if he has
been hitting the sauce... even
if it is beer ... and even if it is
for free.
Now, who would have
suspected such a thing?
K 2


Therein lies our prediction for
higher costs to come for handling
our solid waste in the future.
All of these precautions will
cost money. They will cost lots of
money and the only logical source
of that expenditure is from the
people using the service all of
us.
Already our sanitary services
are some of the most expensive
services we can have. We agree the
service is necessary and it must be
paid for.
The only reason for this little
blurb is to get you prepared for
what is coming. We are all going to
have our bills increase to do away
with our waste products. It's as
simple as that.
We all applaud the efforts of
DER to protect our health and our
future, but we would hope they use
enough restraint so as not to make
us strain at a gnat while we're
swallowing this boulder which is
protection of our ecology.



lard Ball

dipsy-doo for the fairer sex as it
does for the traditionally male
candidate.
We don't wish Ferraro any
hard luck in her first for the ladies,
but we're gratified that considering
this second highest office in the
world doesn't earn one a soft touch
approach as to qualifications even
though history and custom has
required special treatment for the
ladies in the past.
Ferraro apparently has some-
thing in her state of affairs which
needs looking into, where the in-
volvement ,of .her .husband's real
estate ventures are concerned.
Ferraro is trying to get off the
hook by claiming the dealings are
those of her husband and of no
concern or connection with her.
The relentless press isn't having
any of that. Even in our enlighten-
ed age, it is still accepted that a
husband and wife are both involved
in any venture one of the pair has
as his primary interest.
Old Harry Truman use to have
a motto on his desk in the White
House which said, "If you can't
stand the heat, stay out of the
kitchen".
If Ferraro can't stand the
scrutiny, she should catch the heat
whether she is female or not.
With equal treatment comes equal
responsibility.


You Can Look It Up In the Book!

By Kesley Colbert


I guess if I had to pick my
all time hero when I was
a'growing up it would have
to be Stan Musial. You
remember him, don't you?
First baseman outfielder
for the St. Louis Cardinals
from 1941 through 1963. He
was a baseball player, Her-
bie! Ane he was a good one.
We'd play those pick-up
games in the field behind our
house and I'd always "be"
Stan the Man. Of course, he
was left-handed and I was
right-handed but that didn't
slow me down; I tried to
walk. like him and talk like
him, and most especially
play like him. Of course, fun-
ny thing was I'd never
seen Stan play, or heard him
talk. I had seen a picture or
two of him in a magazine
once. Most of my "pictures"
of him came over the radio
as we listened to the Car-
dinal games. I tried to im-
itate what I thought he walk-
ed like and talked like. You
understand, don't you?
I once got in a fight over a
close play at second base,
my brother called me out,
but I know I was safe. I had
to argue that, right? Bobby
Jack missed the tag. Well,
my mother hears all the
commotion and she comes
out to restore peace and
order. Mom spent most of
her time in the kitchen but
she also served as the com-
missioner of the backyard
baseball league and
although her salary wasn't
much to speak of, her deci-
sions were more binding that
any Bowie Kuhn ever hand-
ed down. And in those days
we didn't have a player
grievance committee; and
we never took her to court-
we just abided by whatever
-ruling we received from the ,.
"league office". She ruled
against me. Well, shucks,
Bobby Jack might have tag-
ged me lightly on the pants
leg and I slid in. Here's the
part I'm trying to get to-
after she upheld the out call,
she turned to me and very
quietly said, "Son, Stan
Musial never argues with an
umpire on a close play." Boy
howdy, I tell you what, it was
10 years later (in college)
before I again questioned an
umpire's decision. If it was
good enough for Stan, it was
good enough for me.
You know I had the thrill
and privilege of being beside
that old stand-up Zenith
radio on May 2,1954. It was a
Sunday afternoon and the
Cardinals were playing two
games against the New York
Giants (remember them?).
Stan hit 3 homeruns in the


first game and came back
and hit two more homeruns
in the second game. Five
homeruns in one day!! That
was just about the highlite of
my baseball career. Cards
won the first game but lost
the second one. And you
know what I remember most
about the game Stan came
up in the bottom of the eighth
inning with two men on base
and the Cards down by two
runs another homer and
we're in the lead. He'd
already hit five out that day
and old Stan will never know
it, but a little 7-year-old boy


was standing beside that
radio pulling as hard as I
could for him to do it again.
He hit a pop-up in foul terri-
tory behind first base, which
the Giant first baseman,
Whity Lockman caught for
the final out in the inning.
You seek, you've got to
realize that even heroes are
human sometimes.
On May the second of this
year, one of the T.V. net-
works was interviewing Stan
on the 30-year anniversary of
his five homer day. You
know what he talked about-
not the five home runs,. but


the fact that they didn't win
the second game 'cause he'd
fouled out to Whity Lock-
man. I told you me and old
Stan thought alike.
Nothing wrong with hav-
ing heroes. Problem is to
know how to pick 'em. I
mean, Boy George, or what-
ever his name is, is not my
idea of a hero. And all those
tennis players look alike to
me. And you hear so many
uncomplimentary things
about baseball and football
players these days. John
Wayne, Roy Rogers, Rocky
Lane and the Cisco Kid have


kind'a faded but there are
heroes out there-you might
have to look a little harder.
Maybe our problem about
heroes today is we're looking
too far away-trying to find
them in Los Angeles or New
York or someplace. You
know I loved, and still love,
Stan Musial, I looked up to
Gary Cooper, Will Rogers
and J.C. Caroline, and these
people I think-have added
something to my life, but the
greatest influence on old
Kes, and the absolute
greatest heroes I've ever
(Continued on Page 3)


There's Something About "Sunken Treasure


" Which Intrigues Us All


THE WORLD HAS waited for two
years for Peter Gimbel to open the
safe of the Italian liner Andrea Doria
with bated breath. Everyone has
imagined what was in the safe and
conjured up visions of pirate treasure,
dubloons, pieces of eight, diamonds,
jewelry, precious stones and secret
treasure maps.
I know, the Andrea Doria was
sunk in 1956, when it was rammed by a
Swedish liner and sank to the bottom,
but doesn't every sunken ship contain
such treasures?
Every time a ship from the era of
the pirates has been found, there is a
hassle over who gets possession of the
treasures. Every time a movie is
shown of an adventure around a
sunken ship-no matter what the
ship's age-there is intrigue and
adventure over recovery of the
treasure which is always locked in the
ship's innards, guarded by a giant
octopus or a school of especially
hungry man-eating sharks.
S. Such is the way with sunken ships.
So why should we even pause to
consider whether or not the safe of the


Andrea Doria contained anything but
treasure?

SO, WHAT WAS IN the safe when
it was opened?


As a matter of fact, I didn't see
the actual opening, but I read about it
in the papers. Actually, I didn't even
see it on television news, which shows
it wasn't even considered as impor-


taste of some of the electronic media
editors.
WHEN THE SAFE was pried
open by workers armed with crow-


ETA OINSHRDLU

By: Wesley R. Ramsey


Here Gimbel spent several
months selling the viewing rights to
the safe opening to various television
stations as a means of raising a buck
or two to repay some of the $2 million
he spent locating and retrieving the
safe. The event was hyped up in the
newspapers, trying to build up an
interest which wasn't all that keen for
seeing a rusty safe opened in the first
place.


tant an event as Joe Torre getting
fined $500 for the now-famous Sunday
afternoon boxing match. That just
goes to show you where TV's priorities
lie. A fight between two baseball
managers who are trying to stay out
of the way, behind their players, is
more important than the public
opening of a safe which has been on
the ocean bottom for 25 years.
There's just no counting for the


bars, what did they find?
No jewelry. No treasure. No
maps. No king's scepter. No secret
clues to a 100-year-old murder or
answer to a riddle which had bothered
scientists for decades.
They found some wet, soggy
paper currency.
I don't know what you expected
them to find, but that's all there was.
What a disappointment!


Even Gimbel, who had hyped the
safe opening up in an attempt to
recover his out-of-hand expenses in
recovery of the safe, was surprised.
If he hadn't sold a couple of hours
of advertising to accompany the safe
opening, poor old Pete would have lost
money on the deal.
FROM WHAT I read, there was
only some $75,0000 in the safe. By
today's standards, that's not very
much. People are spending that kind
of money to buy a two-bedroom town
house on Gulf County beaches and the
information I get is they're paying
cash in advance ... sight unseen.
So, $75,000 isn't much money
these days. Unless you don't have it.
I have never been one to go off
looking for buried treasure, myself.
Heck, I haven't even been one to go
looking for unburied treasure. As a
matter of fact, I have never even seen
any treasure. Treasure and I are
strangers and will probably forever
remain so.
If I were to go looking for
treasure, I think I could find an easier


place to look for it than in 200 feet of
water.

WHEN I WAS a kid and we treked
the bayous around these parts, it was
rumored there was a buried treasure
somewhere around Money Bayou. As
a matter of fact, the rumored buried
treasure is where the bayou received
its name in the first place.
Every kid who had an ounce of
adventure in his soul just knew the
mother lode was buried somewhere in
the confines of the bayou-probably
under some patch of quicksand which
would instantly swallow up any
person foolish enough to go looking for
it.
Today, that treasure in the pot
still hasn't been found. So far as I
know, there's nobody even looking.
Like the Andrea Doria's safe, there
are people who are using the bayou to
come up with a soggy thousand bucks
or two in profits.
Like Gimbel; if you can't make it
from one source, try selling it as a
premium product. It'll work every
time.


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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 Low
Aug. 23 7:00a.m. 5:49p.m.
Aug. 24 7:59 a.m. 6:46 p.m. A
Aug.25 8:59a.m. 7:35p.m.
Aug. 26 10:03 a.m. 8:21p.m.
Aug.27 11:02a.m. 8:54p.m.
Aug. 28 12:09 p.m. 8:33p.m.
Aug.29 1:27 a.m. 5:29p.m.
1:54 p.m. 6:40 p.m.
Aug. 30 1:00a.m. 9:27 a.m.


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OBITUARIES:


Earl Moore Taken by. Death Suddenly,Monday
Earl Moore, 57, died sud- Bear Creek, Wisconsin and Cemetery. "der the direction of Comfort-
denly Monday night at his Dora Stickney of Glidden, All arrangements were un- er Funeral Home.


home. He was a native of
Wisconsin and had lived in
Port St. Joe for the past year
and a half.
He is survived by one
brother, Roy Moore of Apple-
ton, Wisconsin; and two
sisters, Dorothy Lehman of


Wisconsin.
Funeral services we
Saturday morning, A
at 11:00 a.m. EDT
Comforter Funeral
Chapel with the Rev
Fernandez officiating
ment followed in Ho


ere held
ugust 18
at the
Home
. David
g. Inter-
lly Hill


Funeral Services Held Thursday
For David A. Walker, 75


DIXIE ECHOES


Dixie Echoes at Oak Grove


* The Dixie Echoes will be Sunday, August 26. The ser-
appearing at Oak Grove vice at the Pentecostal Holi-
Assembly of God and at the ness Church will begin 'at
Pentecostal Holiness Church 11:00 a.m., and Oak Grove

VOTE FOR -

ERIC H.

HAMMOND
County Commissioner
District Three
"A Vote for Fair and Honest Government"
Pd. Pol. Adv.



FIRST UNITED

METHODIST CHURCH
22nd Street Mexico Beach
CHARLES M. PARKER and
DAVID L. TAUNTON, Ministers
WORSHIP SERVICE ............... 9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
CHURCH SCHOOL ................ 10:00 A.M., C.S.T.'
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SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00 A.M
EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M
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Sheriff Ken Murphy

A Sheriff with A Record
Worth Building On:
Established:
* Investigation Division, with 47 years total experience
* Certified Polygraph Examiner
* S.C.A.N. Senior Citizens Are Needed e- A program
to check on the needs of our Senior Citizens and let
them know they are important.
* Sheriff's Advisory Committee, both Adult and Youth
* Child Fingerprint Program
* Direct communication with north end of the county by
installing a toll free telephone line.
* Excellent working relationship with Division of Youth
Services for youth counselling.
* Beach Patrol
Lowered the Crime Rate in Gulf County
Don't gamble on the future of Gulf County.
You KNOW you have an honest sheriff.
Re-Elect Ken Murphy Sheriff


Pd. Pol. Adv.


Assembly of God at 6:15 p.m.
The group features Craig
Pippin of Port St. Joe. Craig
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.'


Cecil Pippin.
The public is invited to
these special services.


David A. Walker, 75, pass-
ed away Tuesday morning in
Gulf Pines Hospital in Port
St. Joe. He was a native of
Ashford, Alabama and had
lived in Port St. Joe for the
past 12 years.
He is survived by three
daughters, Margaret
Koones, Jean Boyink, and


Kesley
(Continued from Page 2)
had, have been my Mom and
Dad. Think about it.
Respectfully,
Kesley
P.S. Besides, when we really
need Joe DiMaggio he's off,
somewhere drinking coffee.


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Community Services Director, Fred James B. Roberts witha.plaque of apprecia-
Allen, left .and Dixie Youth League. tion forhis volunteer work with the League.
president, James Hanlon, right, present --Star photo


Thanked for Service


Community Services director, Fred
Allen thanked the City Commission Tuesday
night for its years of support for the summer
baseball program provided for the youth of
the community. Allen said the local
facilities were some of the best in the area
and the program enlisted more young
people, on a population basis, than most
other communities in Northwest Florida,
"We have always had good facilities,
kept in good shape and had the cooperation
of-the Commission for any need we might
have", he said. "The league 'and the
Community Services department appreci-
ates the support given to this league, but we
want to especially offer our thanks to one


Hurricane season is here
once again and we are all
mindful of the tremendous
damage storms can inflict.
Over the years, improved scien-
tific techniques have been
developed for locating and
charting a hurricane and we
have been able to reduce loss of
life and property damage.
A subcommittee of the
House Committee on Science
and Technology, which I have
the honor to chair, held a hear-
ing recently on the issue of
storm surge research.
For the last twenty years,
extensive resort and residential
development along the Eastern
seaboard has proceeded
uninterrupted by any major hur-


individual on your Board who personally
comes out to give of his support and his time
in putting the program on", Allen said.
Allen said the league and his de-
partment wanted to single out Commis-
sioner James B. Roberts for his work in
getting the field and other facilities in shape
for the season and "especially for the
Sub-District tournament which was held
here in Port St. Joe."
Roberts was presented with a handsome
plaque by Allen and league president,
James Hanlon.
Roberts, long a baseball fan in the
young boys' leagues here over the years,
said, "I sincerely appreciate this".


ricane strikes. Evidence is grow-
ing, however, that such
development has created the
potential for a major disaster
from the storm surge created by
hurricanes.
The storm surge is a dome
of water, fifty miles long and up
to 25 feet high, pushed in front
of a hurricane as it approaches
land. The storm surge is the ma-
jor cause of loss of life in hur-
ricanes.
Recent computer simula-
tions for specific coastal areas
developed by the National
Weather Service have improv-
ed the ability of the Weather
Service to forecast flooding by
storm surges in many Southern
and Gulf state areas. However,


Albert C.


"Al"RAY

Democratic Candidate Dist. 5

Gulf County Commissioner
DEPENDABLE A LEADER
INTERESTED CONCERNED


many vulnerable coastal areas
have not yet been studied and
no funds are presently available.
Where the results of the
computer, simulation have been
available, however, local of-
ficials have discovered that the
time needed to evacuate their
coastal communities frequent-
ly far exceeds the 12-hour war-
ning time that the National
Weather Service can provide.
As a result, research hasbegun
to explore whether multi-story
buildings in those areas can be
adapted to withstand hurricane
forces and serve as a "vertical
refuge" for the population
which cannot be evacuated in
time.


I firmly believe that a con-
stitutional amendment to re-
quire a balanced budget is the
best solution to our long-term
budgetary problems. It will per-
manently end the problems we
currently have with $200 billion
deficits.
In the short-term, however,
we need budget tools that will
enable us to reduce the deficit
for FY 1985 and the coming
years. This is why I have agreed
to co-sponsor a new proposal
initiated by the Chairman of the
House Budget Committee.
First, this bill requires the
President to submit a balanced
budget to Congress one year
before the beginning of a fiscal
year. Under the constitutional
amendment approach, the
President does not have to sub-
mit a balanced budget and I
believe we should involve the
executive branch of govern-
ment in this effort.
Secondly., House and


Rev. Lee Perry, 84, Long-Time
Wewahitchka Resident, Dies
Rev. Lee Perry, 84, of many nieces and nephews.
Wewahitchka passed away -Funeral services were held
Friday at Bay Medical Cen- at 2:00 CDT August 22 at the
ter in Panama City after a Freewill Baptist Church of
brief illness. He was a long Wewahitchka with the Rev.
time resident of Wewahitch- Callaway officiating. Inter-
ka. He had been a construc- tent followed -in Williams-
tion worker and was a burg Cemetery. ;
Freewill Baptist minister. All arrangements were un-
Survivors include: one sis- der the direction of Comfort-
ter, Lena Lawrence of R- er:FunerarHome, Wewahit-
chester, New York; and chka Branch-Chapel. ,


Elect

JOHN W.


CORE
County Commissioner

P4 PoL Adv


June Marshall, all of Pana-
ma City; two sisters, Mrs.
Myrtle Williams and Jewel
Pittman, both of Port St. Joe;
12 grandchildren and two
great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Thursday, August 16 at 3:00
p.m. EDT at the Comforter
Funeral Home Chapel with
the Rev. David Fernandez
officiating. Interment follow-
ed in Holly Hills Cemetery.
All arrangements were un-
der the direction of Comfort-
er Funeral Home.

Clean-Up Day
At Cemetery
There will be a general
clean-up of Roberts Ceme-
tery (Honeyville) on Satur-
day, August 25, beginning at,
7:00 a.m. CDT.
Everyone who has rela-
tives buried in the cemetery
is asked to come and help
clean up.

CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank everyone
for your prayers, cards,"
calls, and all the love shown
to me and my family during
my illness., It's people like
you who make this world a
better place to live in. May
God bless each and everyone
of you.
Eugenia Thomas
and Family

Senate Budget Committees
would be required to report out
balanced budgets. Should
either the President or the Com-
mittee submit an unbalanced
budget, a clear explanation
would have to be made as to
why the budget could not be
balanced and the American
people would'be aware of ac-
tions taken that would increase
the deficit.
The bill would also create a
commission to determine what
further actions should be taken
to amend the, budget process
and I would hope the commit-
tee would recommend the
enactment of a constitutional
amendment as a permanent
solution.
Everyone talks about deficits
and the budgetary problems we
have and I have co-sponsored
this Act because I believe it is
a possible solution that deserves
serious attention and considera-
tion. The time for talk is through
and we must have action on the
deficit.


Weatherization


Program Announcement

Is your house in need of
repairs?

Do your windows need replace-
ment or repair?

Do your doors & Windows cause
a draft in the winter?

If So, You Need HELP!
Let your local C.A.C.A.A. Weatheriza-
tion Program help you. At no cost or
obligation to you fbr labor; or
materials, we, if you qualify, can:
1. Fix broken windows and replace window panes.
2. Weatherstrip windows and doors to prevent drafts.
3. Caulk.ahd seal all exterior cracks. "-.
4. Replace damaged- exit-entrance- doors (where war-
ranted) and thoroughly weatherize'your home against
winter air infiltration.
Do You Need These FREE SER-
VICES? .. "': .. .. '
If so, to qualify, you must: ...'
1. Have proof of (home) ownership. -
2. Meet low-income poverty guidelines :
3. Have proof of income or government assistance
4. Have a home in need of repairs-
5. Have proof of residency
Applications for this limited service
will be taken each Wednesday at
10:00 a.m., at the office next door to
the Senior Citizens Center on Peters
Street.
Please bring proof of ownership and proof of
income. Renters may apply.


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Congressman

Don Fuqua

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Miss Cynthia Dunlap and


Robert Branch Are Wed


Ramsey, Pellett


Cynthia Renee Dunlap and
Robert Edward Branch were
united in marriage July 28 at
the First Pentecostal Holi-
ness Church. Rev. Billy
Wallace of Altha performed
the candlelight, double ring
ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hildridge Dun-
lap. She is the granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Odis C.'
Joiner of Tallahassee, Mrs..
Gracie F. Dunlap of Wewa-
hitchka and the late William
Jackson Dunlap..
: The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. William R.
"Billy" Branch. He is the
grandson of, Mrs. Thelma
Rhames and the late Angus
Rhames, and the late Mr.
and Mrs. William E. Branch
6f Wewahitchka.
..Nuptial music was per-
formed by Mrs. Melinda
Arnold,. cousin of the bride,'
organist, and Lori Ray, solo-
ist.
Given in marriage by her
parents and escorted to the
altar by her father, the bride
wore a formal-length gown of
white bridal satin and. knit
chiffon. The fitted bodice was
overlaid with re-embroider-
ed lace and Venise lace
accented with seed pearls.
The gown featured a Queen
Anne neckline and bishop
sleeves. The skirt was over-
laid with knit chiffon accent-
S d with lace and pearls, and
extended into a cathedral-
length train.
: The bride wore a headpiece
accented with Venise lace
.Ind tiny seed pearls holding
a fingertip length veil with
; encil-edging.
To complete her ensemble,
'. he bride carried a cascade
-if white silk roses accented
i-, ith lavender roses and,
White and lavender ribbons.
Mrs. Patty Mork of Pana-"
Sa City was the matron of
b onor. Becky Bateman of
Birmingham, Alabama, was
in. aid of 'honor. Bridesmaids
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were Jan Clenney; Mrs.
Sherrie Lynch, cousin of the
bride; and Marie Joiner of
Reserve, Louisiana, cousin of
the bride. They wore full
length gowns of lavender
satin, and carried long stem
bouquets of lavender with
lavender ribbons.
Best man was Charles
Branch, brother of the bride-
groom. Usher-groomsmen
were Tommy Branch, bro-
ther of the bridegroom; Greg
Burkett; Jeff Whitfield of
Wewahitchka, cousin of the
bridegroom; and Jackie'
Dunlap, brother of the bride.
Amanda Davis of Wewahit-


bride's parents at the church
fellowship hall. At the recep-
tion, Cynthia Miller served
the bride's cake; Kathy Carr
and Fleeca Thomas, cousins
of the bridegroom, served the
punch; Leslie Arce served
the bridegroom's cake; and
Susan Burkett attended the.
bride's book.
The wedding was directed
by Mrs. Maxine Money and.
Mrs. Eunice Gunter. The
reception was directed by
Mrs. Elizabeth Raiford and
Mrs. Jean McClamma, as-
sisted by Mrs. Leona Stouta-
mire.
After a wedding trip to


MRS. PELLET


Art Guild Plans Fund

Raiser for Retarded Center


MR. AND MRS. BRANCH


chka, cousin of the bride-
groom, was the flower girl.
Adam Griffin was the ring
bearer.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was. given by the


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Central Florida, the couple is
residing in White City. The
bridegroom is employed by
Sylvachem Corporation.
A rehearsal dinner was
held July 27 at the First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
fellowship hall. It was hosted
by the bridegroom's parents.
A 'miscellaneous shower
was held June 29 at the First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
fellowship hill. It was hosted
by Mrs. Henry Raiford, Mrs.
Theodore Bishop, Mrs. Eld-
ridge Mopey, Mrs. Davis
Stoutamire, Mrs. James Wil-
son, Mrs. Carl McClamma,
Mrs. Carl Money, Mrs. Red
Todd, Mrs. Charles Everett,
Mrs. James Summers, Mrs.
Greg Summers, and Mrs.
Bernard Wester.
A lingerie shower was held
July 24 at the First Pente-
costal Holiness Church fel-
lowship hall. It was hosted by
Mrs. Patty Mork, Mrs. Sher-
rie Lynch and Jan Clenney.


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The Community Services
Art Guild met Tuesday in the
home of Mrs. Peggy Turner.
Topics discussed were pro-
jects for the Retarded Adult
Center fund raiser, improve-
ments in the Art Gallery
located- in Reeve's. Refinish-
ing Shoppe, and projects to
raise funds for the Guild.
Guests were John and Renee
Reeves, who helped with
ideas to make the improve-
ments in the gallery.
Members present were:
Selma Shoemaker, Presi-
dent; Peggy Turner, Secre-


-tary; Ann Sealy, Instructor;'
Betty Harrington, Irma Sol-
lars, Karla Peterson, Flo-
rence Dye, Lillion Lempke,
Sue Roberts, and Ollie
Houseman.
The Guild would like to
invite everyone to visit the
gallery to see the beautiful
work that the Guild has done:
Thanks are extended to all
the members, and to John
and Renee Reeves for all the
hard work and time that it
has taken to make thegallery
successful.


Dinner Honors New: Pastor


at White City
The White City Assembly
of God Church offers a
cordial invitation to the en-
tire community, Sunday, to a
dinner honoring their new
pastor, Rev. Roger Barnett.
Rev. Barnett and his wife,
Barbara Ann, along with

Biggs Wins

4 Awards

for Poetry
Amy Jo Zook, Contest
Chairman for the National
Federation of State Poetry
Societies, has announced that
Margaret Key Biggs is the
recipient of four awards at
the annual convention held in
Ohio this year.
Biggs placed in the Spoon
River category, the Plains
Poets category, the John A.
Lubbe category, and the
Pteranodon category.
Most of the award-winning
poems will be included in
Biggs' upcoming book, "Plu-
mage in the Sun", which will
be published by Negative
Capability Press in Mobile in
1985.
Florida's County
Maps In One Book
The Sunshine State has 67
counties, and 96,000 miles of
roads. To travel and find the
opportunities it has to offer
- land, lakes, streams,
forests or wildlife county
maps become a necessity.
A county map book is cur-
rently available. All 67 large
scale maps one of each
county together with an
index to communities and
useful information, are con-
tained in the 160 page book.
You may obtain the Florida
County Maps book, with
large 22x16-inch double
spread size pages, by sen-
ding $10.70 to: Bureau of
Maps, Box 5317, Tallahas-
see, Florida 32314. Please
allow 4 to 6 weeks for
delivery. No telephone calls
F lease orders received on-
yby mail. (AFNS)


Happy
Birthday
Bonnie Mae
(39 Again)


Assembly
their three children, Eric,
Josh and /Carla are from
North Carolina.
Everyone is-'invited to join
the congregation in the
church in welcoming Rev.
Barnett and his family to the
area. The dinner will be held
at the church immediately
after Sunday morning wor-
ship services.

Butts Spend

55 Years

Together
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butts
of Oak Grove celebrated
their fifty-fifth wedding an-
niversary on Saturday,
August 18 at the social hall of
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church.
Approximately 50 family.
members and friends attend-
ed the luncheon celebration.


Mr. and Mrs. Weath

Couple

Marrie


Exchange
Miss Lynn Marie Ramsey
and Timothy Kent Pellett
were married at noon Satur-
day, June 23, at Saint Peter's
Catholic Church, Birming-
ham, Alabama. A reception
followed at The Club.
Parents of the couple are
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Boyer
Ramsey of Birmingham,
Alabama and Mexico Beach;
and Mr. and Mrs. David
Louis Pellett of Narragan-
sett, Rhode Island.
The bride was given in
marriage by her father. She
wore a formal gown of white
taffeta. It was accented with
alencon lace on the scoop, off
shoulder neckline with roses,
basque bodice and camelot
sleeves, and was highlighted
with seed pearls. The semi-
bell skirt fell to floor length
and swept back into a
court-length train. A border
of alencon lace encircled the
hemline and train. Her veil of
sheer illusion fell to waltz
S length from a Juliet cap.
Alencon lace covered the
headpiece and edged the
illusion.
The bride carried a cas-
cade of gardenias, bridal
white roses, stephanotis and
alstromeria.
Miss Julie Gibbs of Birm-
ingham was honor. attendant.
Other attendants were Mis-
ses Tonja Wetherington of
Thomasville, Georgia, Eloise
Anderson of Mobile, Ala-
bama, Faith Pellett of Narra-
gansett, Rhode Island, Kerry
McElroy and Mrs. Craig
Olson, both of Auburn, Ala-
bama, and Miss Shirley
Macksoud of, Birmingham,
Alabama. Their dresses were
.floor length tissue taffeta in
blue, having a natural waist-
line with scalloped neckline,
and schiffli embroidered bo-
dice. The short puffed
sleeves had a pleated effect.
The bridemaids' bouquets
u were open nosegays of sonia
roses, status, daisies, del-
erspoon phenium, freezia, alstro-
meria, miniature carnations
and baby's breath.
Dr. Jeffrey Lindsey of
Augusta, Georgia was best
d man. Groomsmen were John
Gardner of Warwick, Rhode


-Mr. and Mrs. Kylar Hahill-
ton wish to announce the
marriage of their daughter,
Sylvia Louise Hamilton to
Harold Weatherspoon, form-
erly of Port St. Joe.
The bride is a 1982 gradu-
ate of :Port St. Joe High
School. The groom is a 1979
graduate, also of Port St. Joe
High School.
The wedding was an event
of August 17. The ceremony
was attended by members of
the immediate families..
The couple will reside in.
Tallahasse where they are
both employed.

Jerry Smiths'
Have Son
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith
announce the birth of their
son, Joshua Alan, on August 5
at Gulf Coast Community
Hospital.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Al Smith of Port St. Joe,
and Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Weech of Newport News,
Virginia. ,


re Vows
-Island, David Medlock, Jim
Lindsey, Phillip Ramsey and
David Ramsey of Birming-
ham, Alabama, and Michael
Ramsey of Mexico Beach.
After a wedding trip to
Hilton Head Island, South
Carolina, the couple will live
in Birmingham, Alabama.
Those attending the wed-
ding from this area were:
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D.
Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
*E. Ramsey, Richard and
Robert Ramsey, Port St.
Joe; Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Kerigan, Jackie, Pat, Steve
and Tim Kerigan, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Hill, Mexico
Beach.
A rehearsal dinner was
given by the groom's pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. David
Pellett, at the Vestavia Hills
Country Club.
A bridal tea was given by
Mrs. Pete Petro, Mrs. Willi-
am McGowan, Mrs. Sam
Raine, and Mrs. William
White.
A miscellaneous shower
was hosted by Mrs. William
Hamilton, Mrs. Red Ander-
son, Mrs. Tommy Falken-
berry and Mrs. Thomas
Springfield.
A bridesmaid luncheon at
the Vestavia Hills Country
Club was given by Mrs.
Sydney Gibbs and Miss Julie
Gibbs.
A couples' miscellaneous
shower was hosted by Mrs.
H. W. McDowell, Mrs. Tony
McDowell, and Mrs. Ralph
Thrasher of Mexico Beach.
A wine and cheese party
honoring the couple was
given by -Dr. and Mrs.
William Howell, Mr.. and
Mrs. Norbert Thompson, and
Mrs. Clarence Carr.

Quarles Have
Ala. Visitors
Mary Coleman and Clem-
mie Werts of Birmingham,
Alabama have returned
home after a visit with Bill
and Fan Quarles.

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PROGRAM


Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Inc.
Edwin R. Ailes, Executive Director
Phone 227-1145
Master the skills of effective
weight loss and life-time management.


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1984












Guidance Clinic Offering Another


Series Geared at Control of Weight


-SPEECH CLUB OFFICERS: From left: Sissy Burke, Julie Alen, Paula Ramsey, Annette nger and eta Rce. -
SPEECH CLUB OFFICERS: From left: Sissy Burke, Julie Allen, Paula Ramsey, Annette Minger and Letha Rice.


Speech
The Alpha Omega Speech
Club of Port St. Joe High

V.F. W. Meets
Tonight at 7:30
There will be a meeting of
the John C. Gainous Post
10069 V.F.W. at the Post
Home in Highland View on
August 23 at 7:30 p.m.'
George S. Coody, Post
Adjutant, urges all members
to attend.


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Club Elects Officers
iool is proud to present its Minger; and Historian, Le- clude p
icers for the 1984-85 school tha Rice. throughout


year: President, Sissy
Burke; Vice President, Julie
Allen; Secretary, Paula
Ramsey; Treasurer, Annette


The club's sponsor is Mrs.
Margaret Key Biggs. A few
of the club's activities in-


their ann
written an
members


poetry readings
ut the year, and
ual play which is
d performed by the
themselves.


Edwin R. Ailes, Executive
Director of the Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Inc. has
announced that the Clinic is
accepting participants in the
Clinic's next "Weight Control
Program." The next weight
control groups will start on
Thursday, September 6. Po-
tential participants are en-
couraged to contact the Clin-
ic and register now so that
specific times for their parti-
cular group can be sche-
duled.
According to Ailes, the
purpose of the Clinic's
"Weight Control Program"
is to provide individuals with
psychological and behavioral
techniques for weight loss
and weight loss manage-
ment. Techniques of be-
havior modification com-
bined with basic nutritional
information are provided to
assist individuals with
managing their weight on a
permanent basis. According
to Ailes, the program at the
Clinic is designed to help


individuals in "developing
the skills of effective weight
loss and lifetime weight
management."
Mr. Ailes stated that all
participants completing past
weight control groups at the
Clinic have reported satisfac-
tion and significant weight
loss. Persons who have parti-
cipated in the programs in
the past have worked on


M.B. Ladies

Auxilliary

Plans Meet
The Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Mexico Beach Volunteer
Fire Department will hold its
first meeting of the 1984-85
year on Friday, September 7
at 7 P.M. Central time, in the
Fire Hall on 14th Street.
All members are urged to
attean and bring a guest
and-or visitors.


Going to Retire?


Plan for
People in the North Florida
area who plan to retire at the
end of the year should take
some time soon to think
about Social Security retire-
ment benefits, Ann R. Ki-
nard, Social Security field
representative for Gulf Coun-
ty said recently..
A person should apply for
Social Security benefits two
or three months before they
plan to retire. This way,
benefits can begin shortly
after income from work
stops.
Before applying, a person
should get the necessary
evidence together. This will
save time at application
time. The first item a person
needs is his or her Social
Security card or a record of
the number.
, .,Next, .proof ZRof age., is


an official record of birth of
baptism recorded before age
five. If this does not exist,
other proofs can be submit-
ted. The people at the Pana-
ma City S6cial Security
office can tell you what kinds
of evidence can be used.
Records that might be used
include school, church, State
or Federal census, insurance


Benefits
policies, marriage, pass-
ports, employment, military
service, children's birth cer-
tificates, union, immigration
or naturalization. This is not
an exclusive list and other
records may be acceptable.
Forms W-2 or self-employ-
ment tax returns for the past
two years should be pro-
vided. These are needed
because recent earnings re-
ports may not yet be in Social
Security records.
A husband or wife who also
plans to apply should have
about the same documents. A
marriage certificate may be
required, but is not needed in
all cases. Information about
any previous marriages is
also needed.
Birth certificates of any
young, unmarried children
.should. bhgobtained. as well.
Additional documentation
may be required depending
on the particulars of certain
cases. The people at the
Panama City Social Security
office will be glad to answer
questions about retirement
applications..
The Panama City office is
located at 30 West Govern-
ment Street and the tele-
phone number is 769-4871.


Bill Schlickman, left, post commander of the V.F.W., presents Anna Chewning with a
plaque recognizing her contribution to: the community and yeteraps. organization.,Mrs..
Maxine Robinson, president of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the V.F.W. witnesses the presenta-
tion. -Star photo

Chewning Receives G.L Joe Award
Commander Bill Schlick- dent from Post No. 10069 Two hundred and sixty
man, on behalf of the V.F.W. looking on. eight V.F.W. Posts of Florida
of the State of Florida, The G. I. Joe award is nominate a member for this
presented Anna Chewning given to a member who award. The Post Com-
with the "G. I. Joe" award devotes their time in com- mander's committee selects
for 1983-84 this week, with munity and V. F. W. activi- the only person to receive
Maxine M. Robinson, Presi- ties without recognition. this special award each year.


weight loss ranging from ten
pounds to well over one
hundred pounds.
Anyone interested in the
Gulf County Guidance Clinic
Weight Control Programs
should contact Ailes at 227-
1145. Individuals will be


interviewed individually and
then seen on a weekly basis
in small groups at the Clinic.
Enrollment in the programs'
is limited so potential partici-
pants should call the Clinic
and register at the earliest
possible date.


CORRECTION
DAVID RICH'S IGA Ad on Page 14
The Maxwell House Coffee available with a
discount coupon is for a 1 Lb. BAG. The size
of Jif Peanut Butter on sale for 79 should be
12 ounces.


ELECT-
Mildred W. Jones
YOUR
Supervisor of Election
GULF COUNTY
QUALIFIED DEPENDABLE DEDICATtED
Thank you so much for your vote *
and support
Paid Pol. Adv., Paid for by Mildred W. Jones.



Vote for



Eldridge


MONEY

A Man of Integrity
for

.Co. Commissioner
in District Five

I will work for all of Gulf County to make
it a better place to live and work, withintegri-
ty and without ipartiality, God "being my 7
helper.
I hope to see each one of you before
September 4th, but in case I don't get to, I
want to thank you for your vote and support.

PULL LEVER 26A
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Florida's Drunk Driving

Laws Among the Stiffest
Florida's drunk driving killed as the victim of an
laws and its penalties are accident in which driving
among the stiffest in the under the influence is involv-
nation, Tunnie Miller told the ed. The speaker pointed out
'Rotary Club last Thursday. also that 'DUI' broadens
Miller shocked club mem- the penalty beyond the use of
bers by telling them that over alcohol. It also includes
half the people killed in the drugs-even prescription
United States each year are drugs which have affected a
person's reaction time".
The fact that the problem
is a serious one and becom-
ER S ing worse every year is
NES ~reflected in the state law
IFETIMEn which makes a person liable
IEL IMIE for arrest under the DUI
charge even though they may
Snot be driving a car. "Having
k Y JLa vehicle at your disposal and
being under the influence is
corrode, ever enough to get you arrested
and charged", she said.
Penalties for being con-
all victed of the charge are loss
of drivers' license, 50 hours
oise better of community service and a.
oi bette $250 fine for the first offense.
l Those charged must also
take a series of classes on
alcohol and drug abuse to get
idensation their license back. Refusal to
take the prescribed test for
Stal sobriety means automatic
a .revocation of a drivers' li-
Pr cense for six months.
Per -1 Onmdun A second conviction draws
LIUFEIME
Sheet UMTIME a mandatory suspension of
WARRANT'. drivers' license for five years
Sheet and six months in jail and a
More) minimum fine of $500. The
Mo n n e' third conviction draws a 10
A year suspension of license
S and the fourth conviction
costs a driver his license for
the remainder of his life.
ne Roofing Miller warned the convic-
tions do not disappear from a
ial currently on hand. person's record after a per-
iod of time or by moving
from one state to another.
"The convictions remain on
your record and follow you
for life", she warned.
Guests of the club were
Tom Lefford of Camilla,
Georgia, Rick Taylor and
Jimmy Greer, both of Port
St. Joe.


Happy 30th

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WHAT IS DIFFERENT
ABOUT OUR PHARMACY?
S Every pharmacy has its own personality. It is based
upon appearance, service, dependability, complete-
ness of stock, the attitude of the people who work in
that pharmacy. We feel that our pharmacy scores
highly in all these personality factors but still we are
always striving to improve upon them.
This extra effort to project a friendly and profes-
sional public image is what we feel makes us different.
When someone comes into our pharmacy for the first
time or the thousandth time. we want them to feel that
they are receiving the best possible service that we can
provide.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US with
their prescriptions, health needs and other pharmacy
products. We consider this trust a privilege and a duty.
May we be vour personal family pharmacy?"




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


Why Settle for Less than the W.Best?4-

Why Settle for Less than the Best?


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306-08 Williams Ave. Phone 227-1278

ELECT -

ROBERT

KEEL

,. School Board Member
d District 3

A better educalon today for a befler life tomorrow



Re-Elect

William R. "Billy"


BRANCH

County Commissioner Dist. 3
Your vote and support will be appreciated.
pd. pol. adv.


VOTE F(

James L.

"The Run

School Board
District Th
"A Winner Never Quits, A Q
L .d. P


Part of each afternoon is
now taken up with getting
together and getting in a
few strokes, knocking
heads and a little tackling
in order to get in shape for
the football season which
gets underway on Friday,
September 7.
The jamboree, which
tests teams before the
season starts will be next
Friday night.
These two photos show
some of the action during a
practice session Tuesday
afternoon.
)


Vote For and Elect


LEO KENNEDY
County Commissioner Dist No. 5
Educational Qualifications:
* High School
* 2V2 Years College Credits through USAFI-
Div. Iniv. Ext. Boston, Mass.
* 252 hours credit Professional Develop-
ment and Public Service for County Com-
mission through F.S.U.
* 16 years on the job training as Your county
Commissioner.



First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ............. 10:00A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSy......... 11:00 A.M.
i Welcome to Everyone


Eligible Beach Residents
May Sign Up for Commodities
Those persons eligible to
receive free commodities
OR (butter and cheese) who live
in the Bay County Beaches
|Ha| area may apply on Monday,
August 28, from 8 a.m. to 4
Hl 11 1p.m. CT. Mrs. Grady McCall
ner"will be located on North 35th
Street, the last house on the
Sm ber left, to answer questions and
r tohelp fill out forms.

Film Feature at
hitterr Never Wins"
Highland View
. Pol. Adv. DEMOCRAT Highland View
There will be a film feature
oMoo86m6abontootooosoonottatttbU entitled "A Time to Run" at
the Highland View Baptist-
| Church on Friday, August 24
Z at 7:30 p.m.
Several singing groups will
I be performing, and refresh-
t ,' I ments will be served.

MEETING
CHANGED
The regular school board
-meeting scheduled for
September 4th has been
jii Ichanged to September 11,
1984 at 5:30 p.m.
/s/ B. Walter Wilder, Supt.
AV2t 8/23


Connie Joe Angela
Amy

The St. Clair Family would appreciate your vote
and support on September 4th. Please vote for


Joe St. Clair

Candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court for Gulf County


NOTICES
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOU.R.
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage of
BARRY F. BARBER,
Husband, Respondent,
And
BETTY JEAN SHAW BARBER,
Wife. Petitioner.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Barry F. Barber
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED a Peti-
tion for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you.are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or other response to the Petition on
Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE
P. O0 Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof in the Cir-
cuit Court Clerk's Office. Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe. Florida 32456.
on or before the 19th day of September,
1984. If you fail to do so. a Final Judg.
ment for the relief sought may be
granted by Default.
DATED this the 20th day of August,
1984,
JERRY GATES.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Is/ Tpnya Knox
4t 8123
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING
BUDGET
The Federal Revenue Sharing Budget
was approved and adopted at the City
Commission open hearing August 21.
1984, at 8:00 P.M. in the Municipal
Building at the amount of $72,254.00. A
copy of the entire budget is available
for public inspection at the Municipal
Building, Monday through Friday, 8:00
A.M. until 5:00 P.M
Is/ C. W. Brock,
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 8/23


THE PULPIT OF THE CITY


First Baptist Church i
Port St Joe, Florida
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
9:45 ........ Bible Study (alir ages)
11:00 ..... Worship (Live WJBU-AM)
6:00 ............ Church Training
,7:00 ................... W orship

HOWARD BROWNING
Pastor


S PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
216 Monument Avenue Port St. Joe Phone 227-1291


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1984 PAGE SEVEN


Say You Saw It In The Star!


GULF
SATELLITE
SYSTEMS,


August Special
Satellite System Kit
10' dish, KLMV Receiver, 1000LNA,
LNA cover, cables, pre-mixed con-
crete, installation instructions.

148000 Tax Included
Install Your Own System
SAfVt E $$$$$$$$
After 5:00 P.M. 229-8171


Cathy and Kesley Colbert with their children, Jess and
Josh.

ELECT



KESLEY




COLBERT

Gulf County

Property Appraiser

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


Shark Review

News of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High


GUARANTEED

WEIGHT LOSS
Heard about the newest discovery in the war against
fat? It is absolutely amazing. Believe it or not this great
new discovery allows you to eat any kind of food you like
and still lose all the pounds you want! It's called.
EC DIETPLAN or "KONJAC" Mannan and here's how it
.works: All you do is take 2 capsules with water about
thirty minutes before each meal. This gives you the
natural feeling of fullness without even picking up your
fork. Imagine how'd you look carving: 7" off your hips...
up to 4" off your thighs...up to 5" off your buttocks and
up to 7" off your waist. No more need to suffer, exercise,
feel deprived or guilty while you lose. EC DIET PLAN is
100% safe and contains no drugs. It was first checked
out by members of the JMA (JAPANESE MEDICAL
ASSOCIATION). EC DIET PLAN is so effective, it is ac-
tually being sold with an iron clad unconditional money
back guarantee.

CAMPBELL'S DRUG
210 Reid Avenue
Port St Joe, Florida
...... .


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

: Farris -..... whose experience includes:'
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 i 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


By Annette Minger
Hello, my name is Annette
Minger. This year it is my
privilege to convey to you the
activities of the students and
faculty of Port St. Joe High
School through "Shark Re-
view"
The 1984-85 school year
began last Thursday, August
16, with a bang! The students
were greeted with some
major changes in their curri-
cula. These changes such as
an extended day, an added
period and, more require-
ments for graduation were
passed in the state legisla-
ture during the past year.
Needless-to-say, some of the
students were not happy
about these changes.
The first day started with
the traditional opening day
assembly. During this as-
sembly new as well as
returning students were ad-
vised of the rules and regula-
tions of the school. Various
students and faculty mem-
bers took part in the opening
day ceremony.


Eye
Openers'

By: Dr.
Wesley Grace

VISUAL FIELDS
Q. Might a tendency to bump
into things be caused by
not seeing things off to the
side?
A. One of the symptoms of
defective visual fields
(the inability to see clear-
ly objects that are off to
the side) is the tendency
to bump into things. Some
people with visual field
defects notice areas of
shadow or cloudiness
when they look off the
side. Others do not. How-
ever, some people who
constantly bump into
things are just rushing all
the time and thinking
about things other than
where they are going. It's
a good idea to have a com-
plete eye examination
and tell your optometrist
about this tendency.
Q. How does the practitioner
test for visual field
defects?
-A. There are various
methods, but-in gener-
al-side vision is mea-
sured by introducing
targets from the side and
seeing if the patient is
aware of these targets
while looking straight
ahead.
Q. What causes loss of side
vision?
A. There are many causes.
The most common are
glaucoma, or diseases of
the nerves that go to the
eye. Treatment varies de-
pending on cause.
Brought to You As A
Community Service by
DR. WESLEY GRACE
OPTOMETRIST
322 Long Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
227-1410


Over the summer the Band
of Gold attended camp at
Troy State University. They,
along with the football team
and cheerleaders, have be-
gun practice for the 1984
football season. The Jam-
boree will be held on August
31, at Tommy Oliver Stadium
in Panama City.
College credits can now be
obtained by Seniors who take
certain honor courses. A
representative of Gulf Coast
Community College tested
selected Seniors on August
14, for placement in this
program. Teachers for these
honor courses are Mrs. Carol
Cathey and Mrs. Margaret
Biggs.
This year several new
teachers have joined the
faculty at Port St. Joe High
School. They are: Mrs. Cindy
Belin, Reading; Ms. Janna
Goss, Biology; Mrs. Patti


Survey for Child


Day Care Need

Edwin R. Alles, Executive at 227-1145. Callers will be
Director of the Gulf County asked to complete a brief
Guidance Clinic, Inc. has .survey to assist the Clinic in
announced that the Clinic is 'planning such services. This
conducting a local survey to will also give the public the
assist in determining the opportunity to be involved in
need for additional child day the planning of child care
care services in Port St. Joe services according to the
and the surrounding com- public's interest and greatest
munities. According to Ailes, need.
the Clinic is in the planning
and development stages of
examining local needs and
community opinions regard- Metal
ing these services. The public
is encouraged to contact the 20' section of 18
Clinic to complete a survey to
assist in these efforts. Drive-
According to Ailes, the
child care services under $
consideration may include 1 I
full-day, hourly, or after
school services for infants D
through twelve year old PIC s1 0
children. Educational pro-
grams with planned activi- Simmons Bayo
ties will be provided. Quali-
fied personnel including spe-
cialists in education, child
development, child psy-
chology and nursing will be
available. Facilities will
meet all applicable stand-
ards and will be well equip-
ped. Ailes stated that the
Clinic is interested in pro-
viding high quality child care.
services with an emphasis on
child development and edu-
cation. The Clinic is interest-
ed in giving the public an
opportunity to provide infor-
mation during the planning
of the program.
The Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. is a non-profit
corporation serving Gulf
County and the surrounding
communities. The Clinic pro-
vides community mental
health services for children PO
and adults. Clinic services
also include community edu- 1 X 25
national programs centering
around such topics as "pa-
rent education, communica-
tion skills, family relation-
ships, and stress manage-
ment." The Clinic places a
strong emphasis on early
child development, educa-
tion, and preventative ,
mental health programming.
Anyone interested in the
availability of child care t
services in Port St. Joe and a(*)
the surrounding area is
urged to telephone the Clinic
(33-425)
CLASSIFIED ADS
GET QUICK RESULTS! -


Recertify for Commodities
Recertification for the Gulf
County Commodities Pro- Daie.r.
gram will take place on
Monday, August 27 at the -
Port St. Joe Senior Citizens
Mealsite, corner of Avenue D r -
and Peters Street from 2:00-
5:00 p.m. EST; and on
Tuesday, August 28 at the
Wewahitchka Community
Center from 1:30 CST to 4:00
P.M., CST.
All participants must be Heating & Air, Major Appliance Repi
ecertified.coYou am suhave Plumbing & Electrical Work
verification forms for food 229-8416 or 227-1954 106 Bellamy Ci
stamps and AFDC certifica-
tion. ER0007623, RF0040131, RA0043378
All residents must be re-
certified to receive commodi-
ties during the next distribu-
tion periods.INApAl B7. 173

Meeting of CD
Administrator
Larry Wells, Gulf County
Civil Defense Director, has
stated that there will be a
meeting of Safety Directors
and Agency .Administrators
on Thursday, August 23 at
9:30 a.m. in the Extension
Conference Room of the Gulf
County Courthouse.


The meeting will cover
Hazard Vulnerability.
Any industry or agency
that would be directly affect-
ed is invited to have a
representative at this meet-
ing. Frank Koutnik of the
Division of Emergency Man-
agement Office in Tallahas-
see will be at this meeting to
help develop a report for Gulf
County.


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4 GOOD
REASONS
to see your good
neighbor agent


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



STATE FARM
INSURANCE COMPANIES
Home Offices: Bloomlltom, Wllnols


ANNETTE MINGER
Groos, History; Mr. Ricky
Hatcher, Science; Mr. Rod-
ney Nobles, Math; and Mr.
Ernest Washington, Civics. I
welcome these teachers, and
hope they enjoy teaching at
Port St. Joe High.
In ending, I invite everyone
to join me each week until the
end of the year to see what
interesting activities and im-
portant events are occurring
in and around Port St. Joe
High School.


W


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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1984


No Garden Complete without 'Greens'


the South


BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
No fall garden is complete
without a patch of greens.
The term "Greens" refers to
a number of different vege-
tables including Chard, Kale,
Mustard and Spinach. But
many Southerners consider
turnips and collards as the
only "true" greens.
Turnips and collards can
be planted in the early spring
or fall. Many gardeners
prefer planting these crops in
the fall since they tend to


develop a sweeter taste dur-
ing cool weather. Depending
on your location in Florida,
collards can be planted until
mid-September, and turnips
until the first of October.
Gardeners in other areas of
the United States tend to
grow turnips primarily for
the roots. But in the south, it
is the tender, green leaves
which are prized.
Turnips appeal to many
gardeners because the time
from planting to harvest is
relatively short. Depending


S on the variety you select, you
can enjoy a pot of turnip
greens from 40 to 65 days
after planting. The following
varieites are recommended
for Florida: Purple Top,
White Glode, and Just Right.

Since turnips do not trans-
plant well, sow them directly
into the ground. Plant seed
half an inch deep in wide
rows, spaced 12 to 24 inches
,, apart. When seedlings are
large enough to handle, thin
to two to three inches apart.


CARTER


INDIAN PASS SUBDWISION
Three bdrm., 1 bath home with
fenced yard and plenty of utility
storage. Carport with 2 entrances,
Presently a rental unit, would also
make a nice year round residence.
Some terms available $63,000.00
ROAD C30-B (INDIAN PASS SUBD.)
Three bdrm., 2 ba. home. Utility
room and carport. Only 2 blocks to
beach : ................ $52,000
EXCLUSIVE RETREAT
Three bedroom, 2 bath home with
panaromic view of Gulf of Mexico
'& St. Vincent's Island. Skylight in
all bdrms. Ceiling fans, Ig. great
room kitchen combo. Situated on
almost 3 acres of Gulf front proper-
ty. Terms available. .. $175,000.00
INDIAN PASS VILLAS
1325 Square Feet living area. 2


Grand Isle NEW 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
modern home' Cedar outside, cath.
ceilings w ceiling fans accent this
home. Must see to appreciate.
$89,500.00.
Circle Dr. Sandpipers #1 3 bdrm., 2
ba. Furnished, cen. h&a, close to
beach. Owner financing.
$79,500.00.
Circle Dr. Sandpipers #2 3 bdrm., 2
ba. furnished. Fla. rm. Cen. h&a. 1
lot from beach. Owner financing.
$79.500.00.
Hwy 98 ar 4,St b 1 ba.
WATE Cj fur-
nished. 5 0.
Hwy, 98 (near 24th St.) Lg: 3 bdrm.
2 ba. home. Completely turn.
$68,000.00.
Corner 8th St. & Florida 3 bdrm., 2
ba. Ceil. fans, cen. vacuum system.
screened patio. & much more!
Fenced in yard. $68.500.00.
Oak St. NEW! 3 bdrm. 2 ba. cedar
home w/Ig. screened in porch. Sun
deck on back. New Tappon ap-
pliances. $62.500.00.
Nan Nook Road 3 bdrm.. 1 ba. home.
Fenced in back yard. Comp. turn.
$49.900.00. Also for rent.
Hatley Drive NEW! 3 bdrm.. 2 ba.
homes under construction. VA and
FHA approved. $46.550.00 to
$49,000.00. Small down pmt. will
get you into these homes.
Nan Nook Road Grand Isle 3 bdrm.
1 full bath with f.p..Also has effi-
ciency apt. w/l1 bdrm., 1 ba. for ad-
ded income. $76.000.00.
Grand jl'Lg .hdr ,.. 2 h1ome
on Iots2. ais.siting
& mu o 79.0.0.
60 Azalea Dr. NEW! 3 bdrm.
2 full ba., cedar home. Cathedral
ceiling in liv. rm. w ceil. fans. Stone
fireplace! $74.500.00.

ST. JOE BEACH
Selma Ave. Completely remodeled 3
bdrm., 2 ba. home. Great room w/
f.p., swimming pool, fenced yd.
SDeck with super view of gulf. Much
more. $85,900.00.
Canal St. New! Under construction!
Lg. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. home. Extras in-
clude 2 car garage. cath. ceil. w/
balcony overlooking living area. Lg.
sun deck with view of gulf. Cross
cut cypress walls, cell. fans, comp.
furnished. $69.900.00.


You can enjoy the turnip
tops as you thin the seedling,
or harvest the crop when the
roots reach one to two inches
across. Do not let the roots
become over-mature if you
plan to eat them. They will
become pithy, hot and
strong. Turnips are especial-
ly sweet after they've been
hit by a light frost. Although
light frosts are not a prob-
lem, hard freezes will kill the
plants.
Collards are believed to be
primitive members of the
cabbage family that do not
form heads. They have a
flavor similar to turnips, only
a bit stronger.
Collards are hearty vege-
tables and can withstand
temperatures as !ow as 20
degrees Farenheit. In some
areas of the South they even
can be harvested throughout
the winter. Select the Geor-
gia or Vates varieites for best
results. Plant seed a half inch


bdrms, bath & a half, loft. wood
burning fireplace, Kenmore appli-
ances, energy efficient. All Gulf
front lots. Financing available
.................... $89,000.00
CAMP PALMS
2 bedroom, 1 bath older home with
property reaching from Indian
Lagoon to Gulf of Mexico. All fur-
nishings included. House has screen-
ed porch on all sides with kitchen
separated from living area.
..................... $110,000 00
CAPE VILLAS
Single family attached townhomes
in groups of 4 units per building.
1140 sq. ft. of living space. Two
bdrms., 2 baths, downstairs
powder room. Will have private
pool and spa, gazebo and paved
parking. Pre-construction
allowances .......... $89,900.00


.*.- .
Pineda St. Newly remodeled 3
bdrm.. 2 ba. home on ex. Ig. lot.
Fenced yd.. cen. vacuum system.
sky lights, & much more. Owner
will consider trade or possible
financing. $69,000.00. Also for rent.
Florida Ave. Newly remodeled 3
bdlrm., 2 ba. home on Ig. lot. Lirge
covered porch. Ceiling fans ir liv.
rm. & master bdrm. Must see to ap-
preciate. $55.000.00.


Corner Desoto & Alabama NEW!
2 bdrm., 1', ba. home on Ig. lot.
Study can be converted to ex.
bedroom. Lg. sun deck. Reduced to
$62.000.00. Make us an offer.
St. Joseph Shores Casa Del Mar
Villas NEW! 1 bdrm.. 1 ba. villas.
Lg. front deck. outdoor shower,
completely furnished. Owner finan-
cing with 25%' down. $45.000.00.
MONTHLY RENTALS now
available. 1, 2, 3 bedrooms,
furnished & unfurnished.
Starting at $150.00 per
month. Call us for more in-
formation!


deep and three inches apart.
Eventually thin to 12 inches
apart in row spaced 24 to 36
inches apart.
Time from planting to
harvest for collards is 55 to 70
days, depending on the varie-
ty. Unlike many other vege-
tables, your collard harvest
can last for months since you
can harvest a few of the
tender, half-grown leaves at
any one time, or you can pull
the entire plant. The secret to
continuing the harvest is to
be sure not to disturb the
central bud at the tip of the
plant's stem. This bud is the
source of the plant's new
leaves. Like turnips, collards
also improve in flavor after a
light frost.
Both collards and turnips
benefit from fertilization dur-
ing the growing season. After
the greens come up, fertilize
with one lb. of 10-10-10 or
similar analysis for each 100
sq. ft. of crop. Repeat this
every three weeks.


Colvin Places


First In State


4-H Competition


BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
Gulf County 4-Her's and
Extension Staff participated
in the 20th annual Florida 4-H
Congress held on the Univer-
sity of Florida Campus, July
23-27. The delegation in-
cluded: Vicki Atkinson, John


focused on consulting groups
where 4-Her's had an oppor-
tunity to share their experi-
ences and make recommen-
dations for future develop-
ment in many program areas
of Florida 4-H.
Other highlights of the
week included "Our Recriea-


DEMOCRAT


John Colvin (left) first place petroleum power and small
engines ,winner. Dr. Richard Cromwell (right) Extension
Agricultural Engineering Specialist.


Colvin, Aaron Myers, Louise
Jones and Roy Lee Carter.
The theme "4-H Building
on Experience", provided
the approximately 600
4-Her's, Extension Agents,
and volunteer leaders from
60 Florida counties with
many learning and growing
experiences. The week was
highlighted by speakers,
demonstration contests,
workshops, special recogni-
tion and entertainment.
State competition in 28
different demonstration cate-
gories was held on Tuesday.
yJohn Colvin competed in the
petroleum power and small
engine category. Many of the
4-Her's received their Con-
gress trip by winning the
demonstration at one of ten
district level competitions.
Vicki Atkinson and Aaron
Myers were delegates to the
Florida 4-H Council which
met during the week to elect
new officers, and conduct the
business of the council.
The Thursday program


tional Heritage" followed by
workshops on "Folk Dan-
cing", Juggling", and "Crea-
tive Dramatics" to name a
few. On Tuesday evening, the
"Share the Fun Show" gave
district winning talent acts a
chance to perform and have
some "Fun in the Sun".
The climax of the week was
the awards and recognition
banquet held at the O'Connell
Center on Thursday evening.
Donors and sponsors from
across Florida joined in the
recognition of 4-Her's who
have excelled in demonstra-
tion and record book compe-
tition. John Colvin was recog-
nized as first place winner in
petroleum power and small
engines, which is sponsored
by the University of Florida's
Agricultural Engineering
Department.
4-H is a program of the
Florida Cooperative Exten-
sion Service, and is open to
all individuals regardless of
race, color, creed, sex, or
national origin.


Card of Thanks


We would like to express
our sincere gratitude and
appreciation to everyone for
all the food, telephone calls,
cards, flowers, and most of
all your prayers during the
loss of our loved one. The
love, kindness and concern
will never be forgotten.
We would especially like to


thank the churches for their
kindness and prayers.
May God bless each and
everyone of you.
The Hubert Miller Family


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Cape San Bias, Indian Pass

and Peninsula

properties

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Sales Rentals

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School Board
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Your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated
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111 1 21REALTOR

ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY, Inc.
820 HIGHWAY 98 P. 0. Box 13332
MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTATE SALES BEACH RENTALS

648-5011 Sales 648-5716 Rentals
11800-874-5299 tout of state)

After Hours: 648-8977
or 648-8939
Just Some of Our Great Buys!


MEXICO BEACH
Only $2,000 down. 1.88 acres in Mex-
ico Beach with a 3 bd., 1 V' ba. mobile
home. $20,000, owner financing at
12%.
Only $500 down. Lots of North Lake
Estates. New addition. Paved streets,
undergrnd. utilities, 87.5'x108.5',
owner financing 12% int. 5 yrs.,
$11,500 financed price. $9,500 cash.
8th St. only '/2 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 Vz 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.


PORT ST. JOE
New Listing: 1609 Marvin, 3 bdrm., 1
bath, in excel. shape. Price $37.000.
Great starter home.
New Listing: 102 Yaupon. 3 bd., 2 ba.
brick, 1654 sq. ft. & dbl. garage &
porch. Reduced to $69,900. Assum.
mtg. of $49,000 at 9V,% inf.
Dogwood Terrace Patio Homes. Pre-
construction prices. 1 bd. & 2 ba.
units.
New Listing: 818 Marvin Ave. 4 bd., 2
ba., 2,200 sq. ft. block, fenced back
yd. Lg. family home. $74,000.

WEWAHITCHKA
Our Town Road. 2 bdrm., 2 ba. house,
2 lots. $32,000.00.


We have a wide variety of houses, townhouses, lots in all
areas. Call or come by our office for more information.


Is Al Harrison


Concerned About Our Drug

Problems in Gulf County.

"As A Florida Highway Patrolman for twenty years my
primary job responsibility was not drug enforcement.
Yet Al Harrison is the only law enforcement officer to
ever arrest anyone employed by the Gulf County
School System on drug charges. I arrested a science
teacher at Wewahitchka High School and a Guidance
Counselor at Port St. Joe High School, both on Felony
Drug Charges. Both were removed from our schools. In
May of this year I arrested two people less than a mile
from Wewahitchka High School for felony possession
and cultivation of marijuana. I promise to enforce the
drug laws no matter who is involved


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AL HARRISON SHERIFF
He Will Restore Trust to the Gulf County Sheriff's Office
Your Vote and Support Would Be Appreciated LEVER 10A
Pd Poi AOv


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With


HANNON INSURANCE

Agency, Inc.

The Insurance Store Since 1943


Auto Home Business Life

Flood Bonds Mutual Funds

8:30 till 6:00 Monday through Friday

221 Reid Avenue Phone 227-1133

We Are HERE to Service What We Sell

ROY SMITH, Agent FRANK HANNON, Agent


A People-


Minded


Clerk


who'll


prove she


means


business.


CLERK of the CIRCUIT COURT


Pd. Pol. Adv.


Turnip Greens, Collards, Are Favorite In


Coastal Properties


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OWENS


Also, contact us for information on property
in the surrounding area.


McNeill Coastal Properties, Inc.
CAROLYN R. McNEILL, Realtor
RALPH P. NANCE, Realtor-Associate

Indian Pass Beach

229-6537
SPREALTOR




MEXICO BEACH


Harmon Realty, inc.
Corner 14th St. &Hwy. 98 648-5767
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA

MEXICO BEACH ,.


Supt. of Gulf County Schools

The Children will Come First


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1984 PAGE NINE


VA


For Sale by Owner: 2 bed-
room house, facing bay on
Hwy. 98. Cen. h&a, 2 Fla.
rooms, dbl. garage, on 2
fenced lots, $33,500.00. Call
1/877-7818. 2tc 8/23
2 bedroom house on Oyster
Road in Apalachicola. Needs
some repairs. Call 653-8995.
3tp 8/16
2 bedroom mobile home,
furn., a.c., cen. heat.
100'x110' lot. Call
Apalachicola, 653-8526.
4tc 8/16
House for Sale: 517 10th
Rt-- Prt St Joe. M2000.


1968 Buick Special Deluxe,
new upholstery, body in good
shape, runs good, needs muf-
fler system, $600. Call
6484-8368 or can be seen 1%
miles down Overstreet Rd.,
-off 71.
tfc 8/23
1978 Buick Skylark, new
engine, am/fm, tilt. Call
after 4:30, 639-2895. 2tc8/16
1975 Chevrolet Caprice,
a.t., p.ss., p.b., a.c., good
mechanical cond. Body poor,
good mill car. $450. 648-5641.

Repossession: 1984 Chevy


at .... ...... ., custom van, loaded, 7,500
Owner financing available miles. Call St. Joe Paper-
with 25% down. Call after
p.m., 648-8339. tfc5/31 makers Federal Credit
Union. 227-1156. 4tc 8/23
Two 50'xl50' clean, level
lots with pines trees. Fortner
Ave. between 4th & 5th
Streets, Mexico Beach. Zon- -
ed for mobile home or house, H p
$17,500 each. Call 648-8225 or
205-735-3988. tfc7/5
25-75- tSalesperson to work in
3 bedroom, 2 bath, large: marina retail store. Know-
den, fully carpeted, dbl., car- ledge of boating & fishing
port, chain link fence on 2 helpful. Apply in person.
lots. Located in Port St. Joe. Marquardt's Marina, Mex-
Call 648-5804 days, 648-8414 ico Beach. It 8/23
evenings. tfc7/9 Top wages paid for a car-

AUTi 1 .I penter & nail driver. Start to
work immediately, ex-
S A perience a must. Call
648-5668 or 648-8435 after 7:00
1984 Mercury Capri 2 dr. p.m. est. Itp
hatchback, a/c, p/s, std. Material Transfer, Inc. is
shift 4 cyl., tilt wheel, reclin- currently receiving applica-
ing bucket seats. am/fm tions for, the position of
stereo radio, still in ar laborer. Inquiries may be
ranty. Only7,400 miles. Take made by mail to Material
up payments with low equi- Transfer, Inc., Post Office
ty. Phone 229-8696. Box 246, Port St. Joe, Florida
'76 Fiat Spider conv. with 32456. 2tc 8/23
a/c, am/fm cass., total Job Training Program
rebuilt, excel. cond. $3,300 or (JTPA) has openings for the
best offer. Call 648-5467, 208 following positions: Nurses
4th St., Mexico Beach. aides, cable installer, refrig-
1980 Ford pickup Custom eration maintenance. Must
100; new engine chrome meet eligibility require-
wheels, am/fm stereo, rear ments. For formation cal
'^B rwil Sandieoat,429-8438,Tues,- & C,
Call after 4:30 p.m. 639-2895. Thurs., 8:30 -12:00. 8/
2tc 8/16 t 823



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 '/ 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 Long Avenue. 1.124 sq. ft. 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.. 1% .bath brick home on corner lot, double carport. 2 screen por-
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.


FO SL E FOR S-ALE I I ~


U-Pick Grapes. Scupper-
nongs and muscadines, 60c
lb. We pick 80' lb. (7 lb.
minimum). Excellent for
eating, jelly & wine. Sweat-
more Ranch, 17 miles north
of the Panama City Mall on
Hwy 231 on Veal Road.
Phone 722-4819. Open daily
8-7, Sundays, 1-7. Closed on
Wednesday. 4tc 8/23
Electronic key system and
2-way radios. Clarksville
Communications can pro-
vide you with sales and ser-
vice. Call 674-4702 or
229-6332.
4tp 8/25
Like new Jamison queen
size mattress & box springs.
Call Betty Rich at 229-8877 or
227-1564. 2tp 8/23
Bunk beds, like new,
maple, $100. 229-6889.
ltp 8/23
White twin canopy bed
w/mattress & box springs.
White dresser w/mirror.
Call Darlene at 229-6465.
Blue velour combination
bassinet/carriage/stroller.
Also "fold-up" stroller, $10.
Call 229-8911. ltp
Two electric ranges, a lit-
tle more than slightly used.
No reasonable offer refused.
'Used only to fix church din-
ners on, but it was a Baptist
church, so there were a lot of
dinners. Call 227-1278.
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
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
LAWN FURNITURE
Swings, picnic tables, lawn
chair, settees, flower boxes,
tables, trellis. Call 639-2860.
Wewa.
14' karat gold, diamonds
and gems at discount prices.
Call Pam Knox at 648-5349.
5tc 8/2
Windmaker fans, floor or
window, 5 yr. warranty.
Danley Furniture. 227-1277.

$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

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.
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. 3tp8/9

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 848-8414. tfc 8/9


Rp -m C m S = =m


1984 ATC 250R 3 wheeler.
Call 763-3277 or 785-7050.
2tp 8/16
14' fiberglass boat, trailer,
1982 Johnson Seahorse 7'b.
h.p. Call after 5, 227-1858.
tfc 8/9
For home delivery of
Tallahassee Democrat, call
229-6897. 4tp 8/9

Your Grandmother
Will Tell You
Good Cooks Use
Watkin's Flavorings
Vanilla, Peppermint,
Rum, etc.
S229-6023
tfc 8/16
Grandfather clocks by
Ridgeway, for sale. Danley
Furniture, 227-1277.
King size orange vinyl sofa
& matching rocker, $125.
Black vinyl sofa sleeper with
matching chair, $60; green
vinyl recliner, $20; green oc-
casional chair, $20; console
am/fm 8-track turn table,
8-track stereo, $75. Twin size .
set of mattress, $40. Or best
offer for all. Call 229-6451,
ask for Rena.





For Rent on a monthly
basis. Houses in the Indian
Pass area. For complete in-
formation contact McNeill
Coastal Properties.
229-6537.

tEAtlOR
Plush new cedar apart-
ment just paces from the
Gulf in Mexico Beach. 1
private bdrm., plus built-in
bunk beds & sofa sleeper, 1
ba., comp. furnished in-
cluding color T.V. w/cable,
d.w., phone, washer & dryer.
Rent by day, week, month or -
year. Call 648-5777 or 648-5653
night, tfc 8/23
2 bedroom unfurnished
house on Mexico Beach. Call
Charles 229-8282 or after 5 or
weekends, 670-8417. tfc 8/23
Efficiency apartment at
Mexico Beach. No pets. $150
month plus utilities. Call
648-5659. tfc 8/16
Cottage for rent, Mexico
Beach. Breezeway, 1 bdrm.,
% block from Gulf. $175 mo.
1-713-334-5244. 3tp 8/16
New unfurnished custom
built stilt house. 3 bdrm., 2
ba., 4 blocks from Mexico
Beach. Partial utilities. $525
mo. Call 648-8999. 2tp 8/16
For carpets cleaned the
way professionals do it-at a
fraction of the cost, rent
Rinse N Vac, the portable
steam carpet cleaning
system. Available at
Western Auto, phone
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.

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

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




Would like to buy baby
play pen and crib in good
cond. Call 229-6924.
WANTED: New custom-
ers for our full-service fur-
niture and appliance store.
Visit us at 401 Reid Ave.
Danley Furniture Co.


7 Family Yard Sale at In-
dian Pass Beach, Friday and
Saturday, Aug. 24 & 25. Look
for signs. ltp
2 Family Front Yard Sale:
Aug. 24th & 25th. 9 a.m. until.
Corner of Coronado & Ala-
bama St. Itp 8/23
Yard Sale: Corner of Hwy.
98 & Avenue C, Sat., Aug. 25,
starting at 7:30 a.m. Lots of
nice items. Itp 8/23
Yard Sale: Friday, Aug.
24, 101 7th St., Highland
View, 9 till 4. Brown 32;; gas
stove, very good cond., $50.
New Rheem gas hot water
heater, never used, $75. Men,
women's & children's
clothes, all sizes. Lots of
misc. items. Cancelled if
raining.\
Yard Sale: 1315 Long Ave.,
Thursday & Friday, 9 to 5.
Yard Sale: Lots of
toddler's clothes, fall &
winter. Some summer. Also
ladies clothes, walker, crib,
$20. Wonder Horse, safety
gate, table chair, bean bag
chair, books & lots of misc.
items & toys, 8 to 5, Satur-
day, everything half price
after 3:30. Don't Miss It! 521-
9th St. 229-6604. Rain
cancels.
Flea Market. 1 side-by-
side refrig./freezer, 23 cu.
ft., $125. Energy saver elec-
tric stove, $150. Din. table, 5
reg. chairs, 1 captain's
chair, $135; washer & dryer,
$150. China cabinet, $100;
baby high chair, $25; baby
bassinet $25.
Open 7 days a week. 35th St.,
Mexico Beach. 648-8155.
tfc 8/2


Public

Notices
TO REGISTER "
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
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:
MARIAN LOUISE LOOMS
1001 McClellan
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(Owner), Marian Louise Hamby"
4t 8/23
IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
JERRY LINTON,
Petitioner/Husband,
and
HELEN B. LINTON,
Respondent/Wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: HELEN B. LINTON:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for dissolution of marriage has been fil-
ed against you. You are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to the action on petitioner's at-
torney whose name and address is
THOMAS S. GIBSON, 303 Fourth
Street, P. 0. Box 87, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456 on or before September
14, 1984, and file the original with the
clerk of this court, either before service
on petitioner's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a judgement will
be entered to the relief demanded in the
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this court on August 15, 1984.
JERRY GATES.
As Clerk of the Court
By: Is/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk


(Court Seal)


NOTICES
oath on August 27, 1984. andino later
than 5 pm. E.D T. on August 31. 1984.
CITY OF WARD RIDGE. FLORIDA
By. is. MARY E KEITH.
City Clerk 218116
NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that an Elec-
tion will be held at the City Hall in the
City of Ward Ridge. Florida. on Tues-
day. the 18th day of September. 1984.
for the election of the following: One (1)
Commissioner from Group I: One I1)
Commissioner from Group II: and One
(1) Commissioner from Group Ill. The
term of office shall expire at Midnight
on Monday prior to the first Tuesday in
October. 1988. The polls will open at 7
a.m E.D.T. and close at 7'p m. E.D.T
When there are more than two (2) can-
didates for any office and neither can-
didate receives a majority of total votes
cast for such office, then the Candidate
receiving the highest number of votes
shall be declared the winner. -
CITY OF WARD RIDGE. FLORIDA
By: Is/ MARY E. KEITH,
City Clerk 41t8/16


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Chapter 373. Florida Statutes, the
following applications for water use
permits have been received by the Nor.
thwest Florida Water Management
District:
Application number S02913 filed
6129/84. Eglin Air Force Base. ADIDE.
Eglin AFB. FL 32542. Requesting a max-
imum withdrawal of 11.000 gallons per
day. Withdrawal from (an) existing
wells) for Public Supply Use. Well gen.
focation(s) of Sec. 21. Twp 9S. Rng 11W
in Gulf County. or US Coast Guard Sta-
tion. Cape San Bias.
Application number S02956 filed
7/12/84. DNR-T.H. Stone Memorial Park.
3900 Commonwealth Blvd.. Tallahas-
see. FL 32303 requesting a maximum
withdrawal of 9.000 gallons per day.
Withdrawal from existing wells for at-
traction. Well gen. locations of Sec. 14,
Twp 08S Rng 12W in Gulf County, or on
St. Joseph Spit.
Application number S02972 filed
813/84. Allied Chemical Corp. P. 0. Box
90220. East Point. GA 30364. Re-
questing a maximum withdrawal of


406 7th Street


120.000 gallons per day. Withdrawal
from existing wells for Indus-
trial/landscape u. Well gen. locations)
of Sec 6 Twp 8S, Rng 10W in Gulf Coun-
ty.
Interested persons may comment
upon the applications or submit a writ-
ten request for a copy of the staff
reports 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 requests
must be received by 5:00 o'clock p.m.
on September 6,. 1984.
No further public notice will be pro-
vided regarding these applications. A
copy of the staff reports must be re-
quested in order to remain advised of
further proceedings. Substantially af-
fected persons are entitled to request
an administrative hearing regarding the
proposed agency action by submitting
a written request therefore after re-
viewing the staff reports.
118/23


SEVIE


Experienced pre-school
teacher would like to provide
quality care for pre-
schoolers in my home. Plan-
ned activities for children 2
&' over. After school care
provided also. Mexico
Beach, 648-8437. If no answer
call collect 1/877-9436.
2tc 8/23
Sales Service
Borg-Warner Velvet Drive
Marine Transmissions
Boats hauled in or out up to
35 ft. Eastpoint Alignment &
Marine, 670-8639, Hwy. 98,
EastRoint, FL 6tc 7/19
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


We pay top dollars for
mobile hote ales and 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 i'e riant re pair it. wPell 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


4t 8123


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
41819

NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that the City
of Ward Ridge will conduct an election
of three (3) City Commissioners on
September 18. 1984' All registered
voters residing in the City of Ward
Ridge desiring to be a Candidale for Ci-
ty Commissioner shall Qualify with the
City Clerk at City Hali in the City of
Ward Ridge and sign the prescribed


FOR SALE

1978 Ford Econoline 150 van. 351 engine.
1975 International Travelall, 392 engine, a/c,
p.b., p.s. Ideal for towing large boat or trailer.
1969 Datsun 1600 Roadster, removable hard
top. Restoration started. Call Danley Fur-
niture, 227-1798. Reasonable offers will not
be refused.

c MOggEMB-lgE : 3m .glO


kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


ST. JOE MACHINE
Machine Work W
506 First Stree
Phone 229-680;
Machinist on Duty A
Every Day

BOB'S SMALL EN
REPAIR
Atlantic St.
St. Joe Beac
Tiller, Chain Sa
& Lawn Mowe
Bob Ridgley
648-5106


Alcoholics Anonyt
Port St. Joe Serenity


Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Thursday, 7:00 P.M., C.S.T.
Wewa Medical Center
QUALITY
CENTIPEDE SOD
Delivered direct from sod
farm. 140 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


St Joseph Bay,
Construct o
* esidntl I
* Commrclal j5L



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


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151


Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


E CO. Will do general house-
elding cleaning. Reasonable,
At reliable, ref. Call 648-5670.
3 4tc8/16
All Day Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in
day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
4GINE ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
Joe. 227-1145 (24 hours).
BOAT REPAIRS
h All Types
lws and Custom-Made
rs Fishing Boats
Call 1/639-5212
tfc .6/7
tfc 8/16 We Move Mobile Homes
Insured
mous Call for Information
y Group 648-8368


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
tfc 10/f


Now Open
tfc 6-5 LARRY'S BICYCLE SHOP
Specializing in All
Bicycle Repairs
Rebuilt Bikes for Sale
Also will buy or trade used
bikes for parts.
Free Estimates, Reason-
able Rates. All Work
Guaranteed. Open 9 a.m. 5
= p.m. Closed Sunday.
189 Barbara Dr.,
Ward Ridge
229-8019
tfc 8/23


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


E Mexico Beach, Fla.


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


ERA Parker Realty, Realtor

"Real Estate Specialists for Over 35 Years"


, Sales and Rentals

648-5777

Hwy. 98 & 31st St. (P.O. Box 123)
4. Mexico Beach, Florida 32410


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

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


PAT'S MATS & FRAMES


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Prices Effective Aug. 22-28, 1984
limits rights reserved*none sold to dealers


Piggly Wiggly Port St. Joe


(Friendliest Store In Town)


ComBare and See How They Can Save You Money!


Old Town Fresh Hot or Mild
PORK SAUSAGE


c


ILb. wlLb.
Limit 1 w $30 Food Order Exc. Cig. & Tob. Products


Boneless All Meat
STEW $169
BEEF Lb. L


Choice Tender Family Pak
CUBED $199
STEAK Lb. 1


USDA Choice Boneless USDA Choice Boneless Family Pak Fresh Extra Lean
SHLDR. $ 59 CHUCK $169 GROUND $ 59
ROAST Lb. STEAK Lb. 1 CHUCK Lb.
Fresh Fryer, 10 Lb. Pail Fresh Sliced
LEG 5 PORK $ i4 BEEF
QTRS. b.59 CHITLINS LIVER 00e
Zeigler Sliced Bacon ............ .. .. .. .. 12 ounce $1.59
Lykes Meat or Beef Jumbo Franks.................... pound $1.59
Sunnyland All Meat Bologna .... ........ ..... pound $1.69
Lykes Power Pak Smoked Sausage...... . 5 pounds $5.99
Lykes Cooked Ham ............................. 10ounce $1.99
Lykes Power Pak Red Hots........................ Pounds $5.99
Sunnyland "Whole Hog" Sausage Patties .............. pound $1.69
Old Town Sausage (Hot or Mild). ...... .... .pound 99
Gwaltney Great Turkey Ham........ ................. 10 ounce 1.49
T.V. Whole Boneless Hams ... ................. pound $1.99


Dubow Cream Style or Whole Kernel

CORN


217oz.88


Big R
TOMATOES


S2 c88 A


Lipton 24 count Texize15 oz. 4
Tea Bags ... ...... .99 Pine Power ....... *1.40
61/2 oz. can 7 Castleberry 10 oz.
Starkist Tuna ........ 77 HotDogChili ........ 39
Kraft 32 oz 3 Lb. Can i $1 99
Miracle Whip ...... 1.79 Snowdrift Shortening .99
12 EET..........oz. .46 Vegetable Juioze.... 99
TREET ........... '1.46 V-8 VegetableiJuice...9


TOTINO
PIZZAS .10Oune
Morton 8 oz.
Pot Pies........
Piggly Wiggly 2 Lb. Bag
Crinkle Potatoes
Piggly Wiggly 16 oz. $
Cut Okra .......
Morton 24 oz.
Apple Pie......
Piggly Wiggly 6 Oz.
Orange Juice .....
Good Value 10 oz.
Waffles .........


19c
;/79'

1.26

1.06
1.77

58C
73c


Thompson Seedless
GRAPES. Lb.79
Eastern Grown
Peaches ..... 2Ibs.89
California
Nectarines...... lb. 7
Fresh
Cabbage ....... lb.19
Fresh Green
Cucumbers ... 6 for 79
Russett
Baking Potatoes 2 lbs. 99
Mr. Juicy.. 6Sozbtis. 1


* USDA Food Stamps Accepted i
* 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.
limit rights reserved none sold to dealers


USDA Choice Boneless
CHUCK ROAST


USDA Choice Bnls. Shldr. Fam. Pak
SWISS $ 79
STEAK Lb.


Ronco
Elbow Macaroni


pkgs.oz.98


I i I L Ille I I ,


lp
*-I L ISO, I RMICpop
lk IL


Are The Lowest
Prices In Town,,


Your Money Can Buy None Better, So Why Pay More?
* QUALITY MEATS *
USDA Choice Western Beef, #1 Pork USDA Grade A Fryers


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Super Discount Special


Super Discount Special


JL Super Discoi


Prices Good
Aug. 22-28, 1984
u-nt 'Special I


Ij I


II


lal w/Ea. $25 Purchasi
& Tobacco Products


White House Qt.

Apple Juice
NATION Ml CaLK
CARNATION MILK


10 Lb. Bag Kingsford
CHARCOAL. .......
4 Roll Pkg. CORONET
TOILET TISSUE......


16 Oz. ,
ALAGA SYRUP.....
5 0Z. BYAN
VIENNA SAUSAGE ..


5 Lb. Bag
WHITE LILY MEAL ....


Excluding Cigarette & Tobacco Products-


Excluding Cigarette & Tobacco Products


79C


2/8$


$269
$1 19


.. 88"
3 $ 00-


88


Glaqt Size 22 O
IVORY DISH LIQUID .. $11
64Oz. L. .
YES LIQUID ......

FR -N.FOODS


Back to School Special
Delmonte

BANANAS
3 Ib. tray
3~it 0.7


Back to School Special SEEDLESS
White Grapes.......


Fresh Radishes .


.4pkgs.'99C


Fresh Peaches ..........


.6. 9


klPo 12 Count
Pudding Pops ........
16 Oz.
Fine Fare Okra........


59C


GENERIC 12 Oz.
CHEESE SINGLES 69.
Southern Style or Big Country J Ov
PillsburyBiscuits. 5 count 3'/$10
Minu.. Maid 64 Oz.
Lemonade or Fruit Punch 89I
Light-n-Lively Yogurt.... $149
Parkay2 Lb. $
Light Spread. .... .... 139


Fancy Avocadoes


.....* ..


Fancy Limes .............
Fancy Fresh Egg Plant ......
*


ea. lO1
i1.339'


Fancy 8 Oz. Pkg.

Mushrooms 99


Fresh Firm Head

LETTUCE


head 5


and Bakeryf 1(J


Call In A Hamburger
HAMBU
Reg. $ 19
Size


HOT

oast Beef Sandwich
Regular
Order 229-8398 $119
RGERS $1UMBO
Jumbo$1 69 ,
Size $1m8


Our Fresh




"Proof's In the Pudding"
iocolate, Lemon,
)conut, Banana,
tterscotch or 2
rineppi


Fresh Made

Cole Slaw


pound


This Week's Dinner Menu


THURSDAY
Fried Chicken, BBQ Pork Ribs,
BBQ 1/2 or V4 Chicken, Macaroni
& Cheese, Baked Beans, But-
tered Cabbage, Peach Cobbler,
Corn Bread, Rolls.
FRIDAY
Fried Chicken, BBQ Pork Ribs,
BBQ /2 or 1/4 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.
*2.79


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, Corni
Bread, Rolls.


Super Discount Special


A Super Discount Special Everytime You Make A $25.00
Purchase at Saveway


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. AUG. 23, 1984


MINUTES ... Gulf County Commission


The Board of County Com-
mission of Gulf County, Flo-
rida, met July 24, 1984 in
regular session with the
following members present:
Chairman Everett Owens,
Jr., Douglas C. Birmingham,
Jimmy Gortman, Billy
Branch, and Eldridge
Money. Others present were:
Deputy Clerk Maurell Cum-
bie, Attorney William J.
Rish, Building Inspector-
Temporary Mosquito Control
Director DeWayne Manuel,
and Bailiff Lieutenant Jack
Davilla.
The meeting came to order
at 7:00 P.M.
Attorney Rish opened the
meeting with prayer and led
the pledge of allegiance to
the flag.
Upon motion by Comm.
Gortman, second by Comm.
Branch, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the
minutes of July 10, 1984.
Wayne Walker, Distinctive
Builders, stated a drainage
ditch on the golf course road
is presently located on the old
county right-of-way line (100-
foot right-of-way) and pre-
sented a survey showing the
present right-of-way being 66
feet. Walker then requested
the county re-located this
ditch to the present county
right-of-way line (66-foot
right-of-way). Comm. Birm-
ingham then moved the
Board table this request until
the next meeting and instruct
Road Superintendent Lester
and Building Inspector-
Temporary Mosquito Control
Director Manuel to check the
provisions of the county
ordinance providing for ac-
ceptance of streets, ditches,
and other thoroughfares
through land not part of a
:recorded subdivision con-
cerning this request. Comm.
Money seconded the motion.
Upon Comm. Branch's re-
.quest for the Board to review
,the ordinance now, Comm.
.'Birmingham then withdrew


his motion in order for the
Board to study this ordi-
nance. Comm. Money then
withdrew his second. After
reviewing the ordinance (No.
83-6) the Attorney reported it
is not applicable to this
request (request is to cover
up a private ditch and open a
public ditch, and ordinance
provides for acceptance of a
private ditch by county).
Comm. Branch then moved
if Road Superintendent Les-
ter finds the county has
adequate space to re-locate
the ditch, the Board approve
the request to re-locate the
ditch. Comm. Birmingham
seconded the motion for
discussion. Upon question by
Comm. Birmingham, Walker
agreed to furnish pipe for this
ditch. Upon vote, the motion
passed unanimously.
Deputy Clerk Cumbie re-
ported, as per the Board's
instructions, the four School
Board trailers on loan to the
Board of County Commission
are now included on the
county's insurance policy.
Deputy Clerk Cumbie then
reported Clerk Gates re-
ceived a letter from School
Superintendent Walter Wild-
er, stating the Gulf County
School Board unanimously
agreed to transfer ownership
of the four portable class-
rooms, which have .been
donated to the County Com-
mission for use in outlying
communities (titles not on
file- this letter and document-
ed action of School Board will
serve as transfers of owner-
ship). The Chairman then
directed the Board write the
School Board thanking them
for donating these four trail-
ers to the Gulf County Board
of County Commission.
Upon motion by Comm.
Money, .second by Comm.
Birmingham, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved the
following change in the coun-
ty inventory: Beaches Fire


HIGHLAND VIEW

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





Sur-Way Electric

411 Reid Avenue


Commercial, Residential

Remodeling and

Service Work

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

229-6798


Department, 150-20, 1- G. E.
Power Call Siren, Approx.
$450.00. Add (Transferred
from Civil Defense Dept. No.
90-61). 150-21, 1- G. E. EZ-19C
Speaker, Approx. $200.00,
Add (Transferred from Civil
Defense Dept. No 90-61).
Upon motion by Comm.
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Gortman, and unani-
mous vote, the Board ap-
proved the following change
in inventory: Voting Machine
Room, No. 200-12, Float
Furniture, $301.95, Trans-
ferred to Sheriff's Dept.
The Chairman then pre-
sented the following two
proposals as submitted by E.
F. Gunn, Engineer: Project-
Water Transmission Line
from the City of Port St. Joe
Water Plant. Project- Instal-
lation System includes Fire
Protection for St. Joe Beach.
Compensation as Follows:
$400.00 per week, which
includes daily reports, filed
inspections, field measure-
ments, and approval of all
Pay Estimates and total
inspection of the Project;
$25.00 per week for Secretary
Work; $50.00 per week for
vehicle including all expen-
ses; the total cost per week
amounts to $475.00,' which I
am submitting for your ap-
proval. Project- Solid Waste
. Transfer Station. Prepare
plans, specifications, bid
documents, and'etc. Recieve
bids, conducting pre-con-
struction conference, project
engineer and supervisor of
all construction, prepare all
pay estimates and approve
for payment, for the amount
of $15,000.00, which I am
submitting for your ap-
proval. Upon' motion by
Comm. Branch, second by
Comm. Money, and unani-
mous vote, the Board ap-
proved both proposals.
Mr. Gunn then reported the
plans for the solid waste
transfer station were pre-
pared.
After submission of invita-
tion to bid for the Solid
Waste Transfer Station by E.
F. Gunn and advice by the
Attorney concerning length
of advertising time, Comm.
Birmingham moved the
Board advertise to receive
bids for construction of a
Solid Waste Transfer Station
on August 28, 1984 at 7:00
p.m. Comm. Money seconded
the motion and it passed
unanimously. Upon the At-
torney's inquiry, Gunn stated
he would furnish the plans
and specifications 'for the
transfer station to the Clerk,
for the public to inspect and
obtain. Upon inquiry by the
Attorney, Gunn reported the
Department of Environ-
mental Regulation has ap-
proved the transfer station
site.
Willard Richards, High-
land View Fire Department,
stated the fire department
wanted to purchase two
radios and presented a price
quote for the radios to the
Board. Upon motion by
Comm. Birmingham, second'
by Comm. Money, and unani-
mous vote, the Board agreed
to advertise to receive sealed
bids to purchase two radios
for the Highland View Fire


Department. In further dis-
cussion, Richards informed
the Board these radios will
give the Highland View Fire
Department direct communi-
cation with the City of Port
St. Joe, which on past
occasions have been needed.
Wesley Ramsey, City Com-
missioner, City of Port St.
Joe, then suggested the
Board hold this bid for the
time being as the City had
just voted in workshop ses-
sion this afternoon to pur-
chase a new radio system.
After the Board discussed
this with Richards, Comm.
Birmingham then moved the
Board rescind its previous
action to advertise to receive
bids to purchase two radios
for the Highland View Fire
Department. Comm. Money
seconded the motion, and it
passed unanimously.
Parks Planning Commis-
sion Director Wayne Childers
informed the Board he had
received the county's deed
for the White City Property
(no cost to county) and the
Federal Highway Admini-
stration had asked that the
county not sign the Transfer
of Title until they review it
for any problems with their
plans for the new bridge at
White City. Childers stated
the Federal Highway Ad-
ministration should notify
him concerning this by
Thursday or Friday of this
week so this transfer can be
closed out. Childers also
reported the Department of
Transportation is enjoined by
law from building a highway
on Federally designated park
property unless there is a
feasible alternative, and dis-
cussed the possibility of
trading a 50' x 90' strip of the
White City property at the
bridge site in exchange for
approximately 3 acres ad-
joining the White City Pro-
perty, belonging to the De-
partment of Transporation.
,Parks Planning Commis-
Ssion Director Wayne Childers
then reported on Housing and
Urban Development qualifi-
cations for all type grants
available for Gulf County.
(Continued on Page 13)


Memorial
to A Friend
On August 9, 1984 I
lost the dearest and
most precious thing a
person can have, a
friend.
For all of us who
knew and loved her, we
will miss her crazy
laugh, her warm smile,
and her straightfor-
wardness. But she will
always be a part of our
lives, embedded in our
memories of her. She'll
always be with me.
I'll miss you Pee
Wee.
A special friend,
Betty Fain


Re-elect


W.


Fred


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Beginning October 1, wild-
life officers for the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commis-
sion will have one more tool
to help keep the state's inland
waterways safe.
That's the date the new
"drunken boaters" bill takes
effect. The boating safety bill
passed by the 1984 Florida
Legislature is patterned af-
ter the tough driving under
the influence law and will be
strictly enforced, said Lt.
Col. Brantley Goodson.
Goodson, director of the
Commission's Division of
Law Enforcement, said wild-
life officers will be actively
enforcing the law which is
designed to keep the water-
ways safer.
"Last year, wildlife offi-
cers made 2,154 boating-
related arrests," Goodson
said, "and in the last six
months alone, they have
issued 1,840 warnings.
"This new law will just
help our officers as they
patrol Florida's 4,454 square
miles of inland water," he
added.
Under the new law, convic-
tion of operating a vessel
while intoxicated or under
the influence of alcohol or
drugs carries progressively
tougher sentences and fines
with mandatory community
service work and substance
abuse treatment.
In addition, wildlife offi-
cers can require boat opera-
tors suspected of being in-
toxicated to be tested similar
to that being done with
suspected drunk drivers.
"Drinking and driving
doesn't belong on our fresh-
water lakes and rivers any
more than on our highways,"
Goodson said. "We want to
keep boating safe and plea-
sant for everyone."


Menu
Gulf County
School Lunch
Monday August 27
Fried chicken, rice with
gravy, green beans, peaches,
rolls, and milk.
Tuesday, August 28
Lasagna, tossed salad,
fruit gelatin, garlic bread,
and milk.
Wednesday, August 29
Hamburger, lettuce, toma-
to, pickle, French fries,
cookies, and milk.
Thursday, August 30
Tuna macaroni salad, to-
mato wedge, English peas,
saltines, and milk.
Friday, August 31
Pizza, carrot and raisin
salad, corn, cookies, and
milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability'
of foods.

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service-connected disabled
veteran suffering from di-
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the VA or military as having
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by military service which
terminated with an honor-
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parochial or independent
school or a freshman, sopho-
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standing at an accredited
college-university in the
United States and taking
undergraduate studies lead-
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(Scholarships are not avail-
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Students who wish to enter
the competition for a 1985
DAV award must take the
Scholastic Aptitude Test
(SAT) and no other test
scores are acceptable. The
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1984


PAGE THIRTEEN


MINI UTES (Continued from Page 2)


After discussion, Comm.
Gortman requested the
Chairman schedule a work-
shop meeting with Childers
don one of the days the
Chairman plans to schedule
the budget hearings, in order
to discuss the grants avail-
able for the Williamsburg
Subdivision. .
Gabe Wood, of Highland


View, stated he was again
requesting the county open a
portion of Ninth Street, re-
porting someone has poured
a cement slab on the street.
After discussion, Comm.
Money moved the county
build Ninth Street, from
Hayes Avenue to Third Ave-
nue, in Highland View, and
ask that all encroachments


Vote For


Joe St. Clair

Clerk of Circuit Court
for Gulf County

Pd. Pol. Adv. by Joe St. Clair
I-


Vote For and Re-Elect

JIMMY o.

GORTMAN
County Commissioner
District One
Concerned About the Young, Middle Aged
awn#Elderly


CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Street and Marvin Avenue
SUNDAY SCH90OL ..................... 10Q:00A.M.
MORNINGWORSHIP.................. 11:O0A. M.
EVENING WORSHIP......;..........".. .7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING... ......... 7:00 P.M.
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EVENING WORSHIP.................... 7:30 P.M.
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ................... 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) .......... 7:30 P.M.
Pastor, Alvin N. Harbour, Jr.
... .......'.' ... V -..".


VOTE FOR


JAMES



A.


S ROUSE


Superintendent of Schools
GULF COUNTY

Goal: Excellence & Integrity In Education

Qualified & Experienced in Education
Paid Pol. Ad Democrat


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, Jr.
is by far the Best Qualified Candidate in
County Commission, District 5.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION.


be moved. Comm. Branch
seconded the motion. After
discussion, the motion
passed with the following
vote. Comm. Branch, Money,
and Gortman voted yes.
Comm. Birmingham voted
no, stating he was voting no
this has not been the Board's
policy for the last two years.
Chairman Owens voted no,
stating he's voting no as this
street doesn't s&rve a suffici-
ent number of people to
warrant construction.
Catherine Ramsey, Squad
Chief, and members of the St.
Joe Ambulance Squad, were
present to discuss the prob-
lem of insufficient number of
volunteers for the Port St.
Joe Ambulance Squad. Ms.
Ramsey reported she had
sent the Board a letter on
July 20, which states the
squad doubts its ability to
continue to staff the total
service beyond August 14,
and that if the county could
secure an administrative
.head for the E.M.S. Service
in Gulf County (who would
relieve the squad of admini-
strative details and assume
responsibility for day-time
calls) the squad stands ready
to continue to offer assist-
ance for a reasonable
amount of time to allow for
research and implementa-
tion of a paid ambulance
squad. Comm. Money then
reported he and Comm.
Branch met with Evan Willi-
ams, F4re Chief, Beaches
Fire Department, who is
proposing a substation res-
cue squad at the Beach in the
future and who presently has
twenty-three volunteers
(who will have to be trained
to assist the St. Joe Ambu-
lance Squad at 'this time).
Comm. Money stated he
recommended this proposal
due to the growth of the
county. Comm. Birmingham
reported the Wewahitchka
Ambulance Squad voted at
their meeting last night to
remain a volunteer service
present organizational staff,
and does not want to be
included in a paid ambulance
sion concerning the hiring of
a director, Chairman Owens
agreed to hold a workshop
meeting with Squad Chief
Ramsey on Monday, July 30,
1984.
Temporary Mosquito Con-
trol Director DeWayne
Manuel discussed a letter he
received from Thomas W.
Moody, Special Programs
Supervisor, State Depart-
, men.of., Environmental
r-tegulabt -stating Gulf
County's application for a
permit to operate Buckhorn
Sanitary Landfill is incom-
plete. The Chairman request-
ed Temporary Mosquito Con-
trol Director 'Manuel and
Attorney Rish request the
Department of Environ-
mental Regulation change
the classification of this
landfill from Class I to Class.
II.
Building Inspector
DeWayne Manuel reported
on his research on postal
zoning for the Cape San Blas
area (Use section lines or
highways as points of de-.
signation). The Chairman
directed Manuel to deter-
mine the best method and
proceed.
The Attorney informed the
Chairman that Jean Arnold
was the only Petitioner who
still needed to appear before
the Property Appraisal Ad-
justment Board, and her
Attorney informed him the
Porperty Appraisal Adjust-
ment Board did not need to
mail the Petitioner a notice,
just call them.
The Board received the list
of errors, double assess-
ments, discounts, and insol-
vencies for the 1983 tax roll in
the amount of $19,290.94 from
Tax Collector Eda Ruth
Taylor. The Board als6 re-
ceived the 1983 Tax. Roll,
from Tax Collector Eda, Ruth
Taylor, who requested to be
released from same. Upon
motion by Comm. Branch,
second by Comm. Birming-
ham, and unanimous vote,
the Tax Collector, was re-
leased from said Roll, sub-
ject to audit.
The Board received a letter
from Tax Collector Eda Ruth
Taylor, informing the Board
of county tax certificates
which are at least two years
old and that the Board may
file applications for tax deeds
upon payment of fees and
costs. The Attorney notified


the Board the Tax Collector
was requesting 30 days be-
fore the Board considered
disposition of these tax certi-
ficates, as she had collected
$12,000.00 since writing the
Board this letter. The Board
agreed.
The Chairman discussed
copies of letters the Depart-
ment of Natural Resources
had sent the Board concern-
ing Coastal Construction Per-
mits.
Chairman Owens request-
ed the Board write Associate
Professor Richard Corbett,
of the Florida State Univer-
sity, thanking him and three
of his students for their
efforts in preparing the re-
port on the county's insur-
ance program.
After advice from the
Attorney that the Board does
not have to advertise this
.equipment for purchase and
upon motion by' Comm.
Money, second by Comm.
Branch, and unanimous vote,
the Board agreed to purchase
the following equipment for
the Mosquito Control Depart-
ment at State Motor Pool
price: one (1) 1975 Ford 5000
Tractor- $3,000.00 (Pur-
chased from the Department
of Transportation).
Upon motion by Comm.
Branch, second by Comm.
Gortman, and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to
give Road Superintendent
Lester permission to pur-
chase one (1) used Warner
Swasey Excavator from the
Department. of Transporta-
tion, if needed.
Upon motion by Comm.
Money, second by Comm.
Branch, and unanimous vote,
the Board agreed to install
two lights at the back en-
trance to the courthouse (one
on the east side and one on
the west side). ,
Comm. Branch reported he
and Samuel Graves, of the
Mosquito Control Depart-
ment, discussed working
pickup of trash from trash
cans the Board may place on
the beaches into the Mosquito
Control Department's pre-
sent schedule. Comm.
Branch stated Graves said
the Mosquito Control Depart-
ment could not empty the
trash cans on a regular basis
at its present schedule and
Comm. Branch suggested the
Board table this request for
now. The Board agreed.
Comm. Gortman gave a
report on the plans for
replacing the Pleasant Rest
Cemetery Bridge. Comm.
Birmingham then moved the
Board advertise to relieve
bids to replace the Pleasant
Rest Cemetery Bridge.
Comm. Gortman seconded
the motion, stating.he Would
furnishthe board a copy of
the Department '6f Trans-
portation specifications for
the purpose of advertising
the bid. Comm. Gortman
stated if the Board agreed, he
would make the necessary
arrangements to use a road
privately owned by FICO
Farms for the public's access
to Pleasant Rest while the
Pleasant Rest Cemetery
Bridge was under construc-
tion. The Board agreed., Upon
vote, the motion passed
unanimously.
Upon motion by Comm.
Gortman, second by Comm.
Branch, and unanimous vote,
the Board agreed to adver-
tise to receive bids'to pur-
chase three garbage trailers
for the Mosquito Control
Department.
The 1984 Tax Roll Certifi-
cation was submitted to the
Board by Property Appraiser
Williams.
The Chairman scheduled
public budget hearings for
Wednesday and Thursday,
August 1 and 2, 1984, at 6:00
P.M., EST.
There being no further
business, the meeting then
adjourned.


Four Local Gymnasts



Compete In Area Contest


On Saturday, August 18, five
girls from St. Joe Gymnastics
traveled to Panama .City to
compete in the first meet of
the season. There were four
teams represented: Panama
City, Fort Walton, Valpariso,
and Port St. Joe. This was a
practice meet to prepare the
gymnasts for the first local
qualifying meet which will be
held in the Panama City "Gym
September 15. i
A gymnast must have an
all-around score of 28.00 in
each of the four events to
qualify for Sectionals. and a


score of 33.00 to qualify for the
state meet.
In the 9-11 age group, Terri
Howard placed 3rd in bars, 6th
in vault, and. 6th in floor.
Vivian Miller placed 4th in
beam. Holly Lyons placed 2nd
in bars, 3rd in floor, and 2nd in
beam. In the 12-14 age group,
Marcie Barbee placed 1st in
bars, 1st in vault, 1st in floor
and 4th in beam. Barbee also
received the trophy which was
given to the highest all-around
scorer from each team. Scores
were as follows: Uneven


LEFT TO RIGHT: Marcie- Lyons, Terri- Howard,. and
Barbee, Vivian Miller, Holly Mari-Pat Donohoe.


Gulf Pines Marks

Respiratory Work


Gulf Pines Hospital will
observe Respiratory Thera-
py Week from August 26-
September 1.
Respiratory Therapists at
Gulf Pines work in close
association with both the
Medical and Nursing Staff to
provide the best possible
patient care.
Respiratory Therapy is a
highly technological 'rid pro-
gressive segment of the
health care delivery system.
There are over 80,000 res-
piratory practitioners in the
U. S. who are making im-
portant contributions to the
delivery of quality health
care.
As an integral part of
critical care and general
medicine, Respiratory
Therapists are involved with
therapeutic and life-sustain--


ing cardiopulmonary care to'
patients suffering from lung
and associated heart disor-
ders.
In addition to cardi-pul-
monary resuscitation, recent
years have seen the field of
Respiratory Therapy expand
to include post-operative pul-
monary care, education, re-
search, pulmonary testing,
pulmonaryy rehabilitation,
and neonatal-pediatric spe-
cialties.
Gulf Pines joins hospitals
nationwide in recognizing the
important work performed
by Respiratory Therapists.
As part of the move toward
cost-containment, Gulf Pines
is proud to offer out-patient
respiratory care to those
needing pulmonary care in
the Port St. Joe area.


Vote For and Elect

William J. (Bill)


DAVIS, Jr.

Gulf County Commissioner
District One"
HONEST DEPENDABLE DEDICATED
Pd. Pol. Adv.


Bars- Lyons 7.75, Barbee
8.20, Howard 7.50, Mari-Pat
Donohoe 7.05, Miller 5.85.
Vaulting- Lyons 6.50, Barbee
8.20, Howard 7.05, Barbee 8.55,
Howard 6.35, Donohoe 6.10,


Miller 5.15. Balance Beam-
Lyons 8.15, Barbee 6.90, How-
ard 6.50, Donohoe 6.85, Miller
7.85. All-Around- Lyons 29.45,
Barbee 31.85, Howard 27.70,
Donohoe 26.35, Miller 25.40.


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5:45 P.M.
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Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE


DANIEL W. DUNCAN
Pastor


MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music & Youth


RE-ELECT -


WAYLON GRAHAM
Your School Board Member
DISTRICT FOUR

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CARNLEY

SHERIFF Gulf County
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School Board Member
District Three
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