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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: March 28, 1985
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880

FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR, NUMBER 30


THE STAR

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

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1985


Beaches Getting Water This Weekend



FHA Scheduled to Give Final Approval of Construction Work Today


Tax" Collector-"Eda--Rutir'Taylor:- --witlr"permilts-to drive- 'on -south Gulf..
seated- and assistant Inell Stutzman, County beaches.
show the new decals and folders which go -Star photo.



Permits On Sale


Tax Collector, Eda Ruth Taylor
revealed this week that permits had gone
on sale to allow motorists to drive on the
beaches of South Gulf County.
The permits, created as a result of a
committee's action on what to do about
the problem of abuses by people driving
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on the oeacn, were me res
The permits include a br
| ing the new local law and



Signing

An agreement will be sign-
ed at 12:30 today, between
the Florida Department of
Transportation and the Port
St. Joe Port Authority, which
will begin work on replace-
ment of the drawbridge at
Highland View across the
Gulf County Canal.


the vehicle the purchaser desires to drive
on the beach.
Fees for the permits are $5:00 for a
four-year permit and,$2.50 for a two week
visitor's permit. Residents 65 or over, or
disabled; may receive the permits free of.
charge.
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ochure explain- her office in the -Courthouse, or her
a decal to go,on (Continued on Page 3)


Agr e N
Agreement for N


The agreement has been.
reached between the two
organizations which, would
step up DOT plans for
replacement of the bridge
and cause regular, state
specifications for high rise,
bridges to be altered.
The Port Authority has


been active in trying to
secure approval of construc-
tion of a new high rise span
here to replace the antiquat-
ed clam-shell type bridge
which currently spans the
waterway. The new specifi-
cations would replace a
bridge which has a history of


Service


Is In


Trouble

Dr. Jorge San Pedro advis-
ed the County Commission
Tuesday night, the county
ambulance service is in
trouble, so far as, making
,transfers from one hospital
to another is concerned.
"We had a situation Sun-
day in which a person needed
advanced life support trans-
portation from' Gulf Pines to
a Panama City Hospital and
regulations, clamped on the
service just last week pre-
vented them from making
the transfer".
Dr. San Pedro said the new
requirements went into ef-
fect January 1 of this year,
but had not been required of
the local system until last
week.. "One of our ambiu-
lances can still pick up a
patient at the source of injury
or attack because that is a
primary health service. They
cannot transfer from one
hospital to another., if the;
patient needs a heart monitor
nor if he has an IV flowing."
The local ambulance service
is not.equipped with advance
life support equipment and
has oly- a few 'personnel
trained to, man an advance
life support ambulance.
Dr. San Pedro said some
thought needs to be given to
what the county wants to .do
in this new situation.
Chairman Eldridge Money
said he. would have 'the
county attorney, William J..
RiSh, get' in touch with
Tallahassee to. see where
Gulf county stands in the
situation and what the local
options are. He pointed out
the county has not budgeted
any money for the advanced
life support equipment this
year.


w Highly

erratic operation with a
permanent high rise span in
position, and would increase
the height 'and span of the
bridge to allow the Gulf
County canal to accommo-
date sea-going barges under
the bridge; The installation
would be one of very few


Slick Con Artists Working In Area


There is an excellent possibility
Gulf County's building department
will be in the process of turning on the
new Beaches water system this week
end, according to Building Depart-
ment supervisor, Dewayne Manuel.
Manuel told The Star Wednesday
morning, the operational part of the
water system contract is complete
and ready to distribute water to its
400-odd customers in the Beaches
area if the Farmer's HIome Adminis-
tration accepts the system in an
inspection of the system today. FHA is
the financial agent for the system,
which was built with a 50 percent
grant and a 50 percent loan from FHA.
"There is no apparent reason why
FHA shouldn't accept the system",
Maliuel said. "However, they could
turn it down on some technicality or
other".' Manuel said 'the system has
been tested and accepted by the
Department of Environmental Regu-
lation who tests for water purity and
pollution. "They have put their stamp
of approval .on the water", Manuel


Who's running the Highland View
water system and who will run it in
the future was the subject of an
hour-long discussion by the' Gulf
County Commission Tuesday night.
The Highland View Water Dis-
trict, formed 20 years ago by the
Legislature to operate a water system
in thai community, has largely
become inactive due to lack of interest
and problems with the system, which
....ultimately caused the. HealthDeparLt
ment to declare the water in the
system unfit to drink unless it was
boiled nearly two weeks ago.
Highland View has been inclhided
in the Beaches supply system and was
turned on early last week, due to the
contamination notice:.
Tuesday, the County Commission
were told by several residents of
Highland View they don't know how
much their monthly water bill will be
nor who will be responsible for any
trouble calls they might have in the
future.
Commissioner Billy Branch made


said.
The County Commission inspect-
, ed the system Tuesday afternoon and
has been making preparations for
taking over the system as soon as it is
approved by FHA.
WEEK END HOOK-UPS
"If the system is approved
today by FHA, we will have a crew
busy all week end long, turning on
the system for the various custom-
ers", Manuel said. He pointed out
the customers would need to secure
a permit for their hook-up and if
they have a permit already, they
will need to call the office to get a
reading on the meter before the
water is turned on.
Manuel said his staff will be
setting up an office in the Beach
Fire Department to be open over
the week end to take care of the
permits. Residents of the Beaches
area may come to the Fire Station
for their paper work. "People
wanting their water turned on can
come by the Fire Station, or call


with Everett Owens casting a "no"
vote, saying he would have a public
hearing with the citizens of Highland
View before taking such a move.
Highland View resident, Joe
Thomas, told the Commission there
was no committee active in Highland
View at the present time. "We don't
know who is in charge, but we'd like to
see the courity take it over", he said.:
Thomas went on to printout residents
of the community had not been told
how much their water bills would be,
what was to become of debts owed by
the old system;, nor who would be
responsible for repairs.
Branch agreed there was no
active commission in Highland View
at the present time. "Martin Adkison
and Virgil Lipford are keeping things
together at the present time on a
volunteer basis, but we need to take
some permanent action right now",
Branch said.
"Who authorized the new water
system for Highland View?" Thomas


Manuel's mobile number, 227-1930.
"We'll have four pick-up trucks
with crews operating in the area,
carrying red flags. Customers may
flag them down if they see one of the
trucks. If there are no trucks and
nobody answers the phone on the.
week end, the hook-ups have been
delayed", Manuel said.
E. F. Gunn, inspector on the
installation job said the contractor
isn't through with the job yet. "There
are still 18 change orders and some
clean-up which has to be done but
we're ready to let the water run", he
said.
Water from the system was
turned on in Highland View Friday oLf
last week after an emergency caused
by a tainted water supply caused the.
Health Department to issue an order
to boil the water for drinking the
previous week.
The system will furnish treated
water from the Gulf County canal,
west, to the Gulf Sands Motel.


supervisor of the water system
installation said, "I'll tell you who
authorized it. DER and FHA did. FHA
said they would not finance the
project unless water was supplied to
Highland View. They told us to furnish
you with water. DER got into the act
because of the condition of Highland .
View's water supply and insisted on
providing water from the new sys-
tem".
Deputy Clerk Maurell Cimbie'
said work was currently under way to
come up with a cost for the customers
on the Highland View system and it
should be ready by Thursday.
Commissioner Birmingham sug-
gested a public meeting be set for the
Highland View people to be heard in
the matter, even though approval was
given to initiate procedure to have the
Florida Legislature abolish the pres-
ent district and turn the system over
to the county. "If the people disagree,
we can stop the Legislative process
before it goes too far", Birmingham
said.


a. motion mat the Commission take askeu. ne pointed out the water was
.over the system and that started the good and the people were glad to have Chairman Eldridge Money set the.
discussion. Branch's motion gained it, but he didn't know who authorized hearing for Thursday, April 11 at 7:00
the approval of four Commissioners, the installation. E. F. Gunn, project pm.


and View Bridge Scheduled Today


places on the Gulf of Mexico
where sea-going barges
could have access to inland
waterways.
The DOT made a promise
of the new bridge some six
years ago, when it was
requested in conjunction with
construction of a new port
facility here in Port St. Joe.
The DOT balked,.saying they
wouldn't build the bridge


until the port was built and
customers for the port could-
n't be signed until the bridge
was built.
In today's meeting, sche-
duled to begin at 12:3 at the
St. Joseph Bay Country Club,
Port Authority chairman,
George Tapper, Department
of Transportation Secretary
Paul Pappas and District
Engineer Allen Potter will be


meeting with other state and
local officials to reach a final
agreement on the project.
In order to reach the
agreement to begin the con-
struction process immediate-
ly, the Port Authority has
agreed to furnish approxi-
mately '$2 million on the
project which is estimated to
cost some $6 million. Not only
will the $2 million go toward


paying for the planning,
engineering and permit ac-
quisitions, but it will also pay
for the extra dimensions in
the height and width of the
span. DOT officials had
'originally planned for start-
ing the bridge project about
the end of the decade, but
today's agreement will step
up the time-table by five
years.


Slick-talking con artists
are operating'in the' Port
St. Joe area, trying a
method of taking advan-
tage of older people and
their money which is now a
favorite with the crooks.
One of the intended
victims to the "scam re-
ported the activity to The
Star this week, asking that


older people be on the alert
for the attempt at gaining
access to their credit car
numbers.
The swindler called a
local person Saturday
around 10:30 and told her
she was a winner in the
Publishers Clearing House
Sweepstakes. She had won


a wonderful first prize. As
proof the person called was
the one selected for the
prize, the caller asked for
her social security 'card
number,' Mastercard and
Visa numbers.
The intended victim told
the caller she wouldn't
divulge the numbers over


the phone and the caller
hung up.
The favorite method of
operations for this scam is
to obtain the numbers and
use the cards. Of course,
the victim never hears
from their "good fortune"
again until they get the
monthly statement of char-
ges on their credit cards.


18YealOld Critical from Gunshot Wound


An 18-year-old- Howard
Creek girl is itI critical but
stable condition in a Panama
City Hospital following a
gunshot accident early Sun-
day morning, according to
Sheriff Al Harrison.
Nellie N. Whitfield, 18, a


Howard Creek resident who
was residing in a mobile
home at Kirkland's Landing
in White City, suffered a
gunshot wound in the chest
from a .22 caliber pistol,
according to Harrison.,
The Sheriff said, "She had


the gun for protection and
said she heard something
around the mobile home in
the early morning hours
Sunday and got her pistol to
go investigate. She nearly
dropped the gun and in
juggling it around, trying to


Monday Is Tax Paying Deadline


Monday is the final day for
paying '84 tax levies without
Being assessed a penalty for
going beyond the legal dead-
line, according to Tax Collec-
tor Eda Ruth Taylor. Tax-
es were due on March 31, but
since the last day of the
month fell on a Sunday, the


deadline was extended to
April 1:
Taylor said approximately
90 percent of the taxes billed
for fiscal 1984 have already
been paid. "That's a conser-
vative estimatee, she pointed
out yesterday. "We expect a
last minute rush to get the


rest of the taxes paid before
the penalty assessments be-
gin on Tuesday" she said.
Ms. Taylor said the taxes
paid in are about average for
this time of the year. "We're
about where we usually are
every year in tax collec-
tions" Taylor said.


get control of it again, the
gun went off, with the bullet
striking her in the chest.
Miss Whitfield was found
in the trailer at about 10 a.m.,
Sunday morning by Larry
Fox, owner of the dwelling.
She was rushed to Gulf Pines
Hospital by ambulance
where she treated and
transferred to a Panama City
hospital in critical condition.
Sheriff Harrison said the
case is still under investiga-
tion. "We have talked with
Miss Whitfield after the
accident, but naturally she
wasn't in any condition to
talk much to determine just
what happened".


High Winds Blow
Out Market Window
High winds Wednesday of last
week stirred up several small torn-
does in the Panhandle, causing


considerable damage in the Panama up at about 6:30, when the plate glass
City area. Here in Port St. Joe, the blew in. "I'm just glad there was
unsettled weather caused this plate nobody in the vicinity of the window at
glass window at the Piggly Wiggly the time", he said. Johnson said the
Super Market on Highway 98 to method for installing the window was
implode during the early morning changed."Next time, it'll take a
hours. Store owner Brad Johnson said harder wind to blow it out".
he had just come into the store to open -Star photo


Who Runs Hiland View System?.


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Editorials


and Comments


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


Over

Wewahitchka's City Commis-
sion has taken the bull by the horns,
so to speak, and done what the
County Commission has been hesi-
tant to do. As a matter of fact, one
could properly say the County
Commission has refused to fence in
and4ry to discourage the practice
of fishing at the spillway of the
drawdown gates at the Dead Lakes
Dam.
For the past few years, the
County Commission discussed the
danger situation for fishermen at
the site; the sometimes rowdy
behavior which results from one
fisherman crowing into the terri-
tory of another when the fishing
gets good, and the litter which
results from so many fishermen
being crowded into a small area.
The narrow strip of land which
covers the drawdown spillway just
west of the bridge across the Dead
Lakes has become one of the most
popular fishing spots in Gulf
County. Fish go in and out of the
'Dead Lakes through the huge pipes
which have the purpose of draining
the lakes, when they are open and
running. Since the heavy fishing
pressure at this particular site
-happens during the early spring
, --months, it is breaking a winter long
:-fast from fishing for many and the
fishermen who gather at the spot
will do almost anything to get a
good position.



Florida

It may be a dubious distinction,
but we read where Florida is fifth
:,-in the nation in the number of
potholes on its highways.
When it comes to-. having
potholes per mile of'highway, the
pDistrict of Columbia has been
declared the champion with 121
potholes per mile. Montana is
second with 106.
Florida, with its miles and
miles of highways and more being
built every day, is said to have
2,209,999 potholes throughout the
state. We don't know who counted
them or if he counted the one in
Highway 98 in front of the
postoffice, but that's the official
figure.
Ohio is clearly the state leader
with nearly seven million potholes.
Pennsylvania reportedly has 3,950,-
637, South Carolina ,has' been
counted for 3,039,563 and North
Dakota with 2,718,128.
At that, Florida must be doing
pretty good, because none of the
states likely have as many miles of


Yet!

The County Commission has
tried to control the traffic here at
this spot, to no avail. The County
has put in lights to allow night
fishing, thinking it would ease the
pressure during the day, but this
move only lengthened the period of
heavy pressure. The County has
put up small to large fences around
the area and left them, only to find
them torn down in a few days and-
the fishermen right back at their
posts.
Now, the City of We.wahitchka,
tired of the bickering, the danger to
the fishermen from drowning, etc.,
and the unsightly mess caused by
the fishermen and their garbage,
has put up a fence and barbed wire
barrier around the spillway.
The City Commission in the
north Gulf city say most of the
people are for it (closing off the
area).
With the barricades up, signs
warning against trespassing and
threats to prosecute those who do
-trespass, and the history of the
popular fishing hole, it will be
interesting to see what happens
over the next few days or weeks.
Spring fishing is just beginning
here in Gulf County. When you
consider just how serious many
Gulf County people are about their
fishing, we predict the problem at
the Dead Lakes spillway isn't over
yet.


Kesley Colbert's Country Column


Somebody Ate Our Profits


There sure has been a lot
in the news lately concerning
the "plight" of the farmers
in our country. You know,
the more you read and hear
about it, the more com-
plicated the situation
becomes. I know I certainly
don't have any ideas as to
how we need to go about
solving this problem.
Shucks, I'm still working on
unemployment, balancing
the budget, child abuse,
world hunger, etc. One
thought has popped into my


mind-I wonder how many
of those Senators and Con-
gressmen that we've got
working on the farm pro-
blem have actually ever
done any farming .
Now boys, I tried a little of
that farming when I was
a'growing up. First thing I
noticed was it hurt my back.
Nothing I like better than a
bait of fried okra-if
somebody else cuts it. You
know what I mean. You dig
potatoes all day and go in
and sit down for supper and


the first thing you see on the
table is mashed potatoes and
the second thing you see is a
plate of french fries and set-
ting across the table is some
scalloped potatoes and
then your mom says, "Dig in
boys we've got sweet
potato pie for dessert." Well
that's when you start crum-
bling the cornbread into your
milk. Somehow you just
cn't muster up much of an
appetite for taters-even if
they were au gratin.
You know I think back on it


now and the farmers must
have been in pretty bad
shape way back there when
we were a'trying it at our
house 'cause we sure didn't
have any money. I heard my
dad say lots of times that if
we just had a tractor we
could make it just fine. Pro-
blem was those folks down at
the John Deere place would-
n't take a down payment in
potatoes. If they would have
taken spuds instead of cash
why we could have bought us
one of those real tractors


Has More


highway as Florida, thus, their per
mile incidence of tire-busters is far
greater than Florida's.
If we were to toss in rough
railroad crossings and count them
as a pothole, Florida could prob-
ably move up in the standings and
might even take over Pennsylvan-
ia's spot in the rankings.
We see where the Legislature
is going to toy with the gasoline tax
during the coming session of the
Legislature and try to raise enough
money to fix these potholes. Let's
see, if it costs $10.00 per pothole to
make repairs, we can count on
some $20 million in new taxes, just
to fix up the bone jarring spots on
our present highways.
The shortfall trouble seems to
be coming from -the gas tax
formula which keeps falling with
the reduced price of gasoline.
Rather than come up with more
taxes, why doesn't the Legislature
just put a floor under the present
tax rate, preventing it from
diminishing any further?


KESLEY COLBERT
with lights and everything.
I'll tell you how desperate
my brothers and I got one
summer-we decided we'd
cut okra all day and then
bright and early the next
morning we'd load it all up
and head down the road stop-
ping at every house till we'd
sold all our okra. Listen, to
volunteer to mess with that
okra all day you've got to be
pretty desperate. Well, we
started early one morning
and we worked all day. Leon
even helped a little. We had
bushels and bushels of that
stuff cut and bagged up and
ready to sell by dark. We
talked it over at supper-we
didn't care what price we
got; anything would be more
than we had now. Well next
day we loaded it up in an old
cart and off we went-you
know what happened? The
first 12 houses we stopped at,
the folks there grew more
okra than we did. That's a
tough way to learn about
supply and demand.
Well, we were in the okra
farming business for exactly
a day and a half. Maybe if
folks had just learned to eat
that okra "au gratin style"
we might still be in the busi-
ness.
That night at supper we
got to discussing what we
had that other people didn't
have and what could we give
them that they'd pay, real
cash for. My little brother
mentioned the strawberries.
Now we grew about the big-
gest and best strawberries
you'd ever want to see. Only
problem was we didn't grow
just a whole lot of them, and
there's a world of difference
in eating mashed potatoes
and feasting on garden
"fresh, home-grown straw-
berries. But what the heck,
we figured if we were des-
perate enough to work that
okra all day surely we could
give up a few strawberries if
we could swap them for real
money.
You got the picture-the
next day we're out in the
strawberry patch bright and
early picking them berries.
We had problems from the
start. Leon was putting two
berries in his mouth and one
in his pail. David was hitting
his mouth about as often as
he was hitting his bucket. I
was about V4 of the way
across my section and I'd
just barely covered the bot-
tom of my basket, and my
stomach was a'hurting just a
little bit. We called time out.
We decided not to eat any-
more-just pick 'umn. That
(Continued on Page 3)


Organizing

THE MATTER OF litter on our
streets" and in our empty lots has
started to take on a city-wide interest.
That interest is to get rid of it and stay
rid of it.
That's great, as far as I am
-concerned. I have said here several
'times already that the only way we
'-* are ever going to keep our city clean
:.and with that just-picked-up appear-
ance, is for the people to become
involved in it. The citizens of the
community must clean it up and the-
citizens must keep it clean. About the
best way I know to do this is for the
people to clean up. the streets, etc.,
and then voice their objections every
time they see someone tossing a piece
of trash on the ground.
For instance, I saw a fellow
parked beside the road near the
Elementary School several weeks
,-_-ago. He was standing beside his car,
drinking a soft drink. After he took the
last swig from the can, he nonchal-
lantly tossed the can over the car onto
the side of the road.
Keeping the cans off the streets is
no big problem. There are enough kids


to Fight Litter On Our Public Streets Getting to be Thing to Do


and people who walk the streets every
day hunting the aluminum cans to sell
to the scrap dealer. The cans on the
side of the road are worth money so
they don't stay there.


A citizen of Canada stopped the
person tossing the wrapper on the
ground and said, "Pick it up! We don't
toss trash on our streets and side-
walks up here!"


litter being tossed on the ground.
Bay County will be cleaner for it.
People will think before they toss
some trash on the ground. Some will
still throw it .there, but everyone will


ETAOINSHRDLU

SBy: Wesley R. Ramsey


++ +++ +
RECENTLY, I WAS reading
Readers Digest and an author and
contributor to the Digest was writing
about a trip he took to Canada. After
alighting from the plane and walking
down the sidewalk, he took out a piece
of chewing gum, unwrapped it and
popped the gum in his mouth. The
gum wrapper, like most gum wrap-
pers, went down on the ground.


That approach would work here in
Port St. Joe. too.

OVER IN BAY County, they have
organized what they call the "Litter
Busters" who go out every day and
pick up trash from a given area in
their town. It seems to be working out
real well. The entire community and
even those of us who are neighbors.
are alert to their campaign against


think before he does it and, even-
tually. everyone may quit it.
Just recently. Calhoun County has
joined the anti-litter campaign by
forming their legion of "Trash
Smashers".
A "Trash Smasher" in Calhoun
County is out to do the same thing the
"Litter Busters" did in Bay County.
They want their county clean.
If you have driven up Highway 71


in recent weeks, since the grass has
been killed back, you can see a real
need for some type campaign. The
shoulders" of the highway are a
disgrace to human beings. I can't
imagine anyone being so thoughtless
as to clutter up our county like that.
+ ++++
I SEE A GLIMMER of the same
type organization budding out here in
Port St. Joe and Gulf County.
Last Tuesday, a lady was visiting
the City Commission meeting here in
Port St. Joe and expressed an interest
at seeing some such organization
formed to combat the trash problem.
That's unusual. The normal thing is
for an irate citizen or two to call a City
Commissioner from the comforts of
their climate-controlled home and
want the City to come clean up the lot
or roadside he or she sees from their
picture window while lolling in their
easy chair. No thought to cleaning it
up themselves.
A few weeks ago, we printed a
picture of a particularly trashy area
beside the road across from the
football stadium. The person who


owns the lot saw the picture and went
the next day and cleaned it up.
He didn't put the debris there. It
evidently came from the school across
the street or the crowds which attend
school functions.
Still, that's the type attitude our '
people are going to have to take to
keep our city clean. If there is trash
lying about, don't call on someone else
to clean it up: clean it up yourself and
be proud of what you have done!..
IF WE GET enough interest
.stirred up to name our task force
against litter, I have a suggestion.
Somehow the job seems to get done
more effectively if there is a name
applied to the people actually doing
the work", and local interest is
mushroomed into a kind of crusade
with a catchy name.
If we become civic-minded
enough to want our city and county
cleaned up, I would -like to see the
"Waste Watchers" formed. With such
a double meaning name we couldn't
help but "reduce" the amount of trash
on our streets in no time.


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.


Mar. 28
Mar. 29
Mar. 30
Mar.31
Apr. 1
Apr. 2
Apr. 3


High Low
If 36p.m.
1:39 p.m. 12:52 a.m.
3:47 p.m. 1:54 a.m.
4:57p.m. 2:51a.m. (0
6:06 p.m. 3:40a.m.
7:25p.m. 4:25 a.m.
9:05 p.m. 4:57 a.m.


Apr.4 10:45p.m. 4:52a.m.


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Kesley
(Continued from Page 2)
worked out fine until lunch.
We. get back up to the house
and Mom had been to the
store and bought a gallon of
real store bought vanilla ice
cream. We even washed the
berries before we poured
them over that ice cream.
We go back to the straw-
berry patch and start all
over again. We pick every
ripe strawberry left in that
field and we come up with
only a couple of quarts of
berries-not enough to sell.
We head back to the house to
see if there is any ice cream
left. We were in the straw-
berry farming business for
about three-quarters of a
day and we didn't even
bother to load up the cart.
Early in the fall of that
year we got out of school for
cotton picking. I picked all
day over at Mr. Brooks and
the old scales on the side of
that truck weighed my sack
at 114 pounds. Mr. Brooks
paid me 30 cents. I went
down to the store the next
day to buy me an all cotton
work shirt. It cost $2.49 and it
didn't have 5 ounces of cot-
ton in it (must have had
some more expensive but-
tons on it),
I went back to Mr. Brooks
and told him that I knew who
ate the strawberries but I
couldn't figure out just who
ate my cotton profits as it
cost more to buy back 5
ounces than I made picking
114 pounds. He said that he
didn't know who was eating
the profits. Farmers today
are still trying to figure that
one out.
Respectfully,
Kesley

OBITUARIES:


Vernon Stewart, 50, died
Sunday in Bay Medical Cen-
ter following a. long illness.
He was a resident of Wewa-
hitchka for the past 27 years
and was an employed by St.
Joe Paper Co. .
Survivors include his wife,
Christina Stewart; two sons,
,Andy Sefrt4 d Eric Stew-
wart; two daughters, Linda
and Dinah Rice; and a
granddaughter, Chrystal
Rice, all of Wewahitchka;
five brothers, Deward Stew-
art of Altha, George Stewart,
of Panama City, Virgil Stew-
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Stewart of Dalton, Ga., and
Dallas Stewart of Duncanon,
Pa.; and five sisters, Annie
Porter of Blountstown, Clau-
dia Murphy of Dunicanon,
Nell Meadows of Youngs-
town, Wanda Clark of Cal-
houn, Ga., and Joyce Noel of
Panama City.
Funeral services weie held
at 2:00 CST Tuesday at the
Honeyville Methodist Church
with the Rev. Earl Capps
officiating. Interment follow-
ed in Roberts Cemetery.
All arrangements were un-
der the direction of Comfort-
er Funeral Home.

Rites Held for
Julia Glass, 86


Mrs. Julia Glass, 86, pass-
ed away March 19 at the Bay
St. Joseph Care Center after
KLIST a long illness. She was
perfect formerly of Albany, Ga. and
? had lived in Port St. Joe for
hat are the past four years.
Id: Survivors include: two
ite pre- daughters, Lollie Mae Fears
)ur see- of Morgan City, La., and
Eloise Keels of Port St. Joe;'
a frame three sons, Hubert Glass,
ce Thomas Glass, and Ernest
vy that Glass, all of Albany, Ga.; and
portable several grandchildren.
)ur nose Services were held Wed-
safe for nesday, March 20 in Albany,
Georgia. Arrangements were
rifocal, by Gilmore Funeral Home.
mea-
for dif- Ruby Liles
sksour op- Passes Away
our op-
should Mrs: Ruby Liles, 84, passed
to wear away March 26 at Gulf Pines
to care Hospital after a short illness.
Loosen She was a native of Texas,
t, after and had been a resident of
ur opto- Bay St. Joseph Care Center.
nt. She is survived by two
s A daughters, Dottie Blevins
e by and Irene Clark, both of St.
- Joe Beach; one grandson,
ACE Roy Blevins and his wife,
Johnnie, of Searcy, Ark.; and
three grandchildren.
e Cremation was scheduled
with no services being held.
Arrangements were by Gil-
............ more Funeral Home.


Pauline Swan, 64, Dies


Mrs. Pauline Swan, 64, the .
former wife of Kenneth
Swan, passed away Sunday
in Gulf Pines Hospital. She
had been a resident of Oak
Grove for the past' 38 years,
and was a member of the Oak
Grove Assembly of God
Church.
She is survived by one son,
Louis Burn of Wewahitchka;
two daughters, Annie Sowell
of Chipley, and Carolyn Trest
of Apalachicola; two step-
sons, Ernest Lee Burn of
Nashville, and Joe S. Burn of
St. Augustine; seven grand-
children and six great grand-
children; one sister, Mildred
Ann Bromley of Washington

Carrie Goodwin
Dies Mar. 21
Carrie Belle Goodwin, 85,
died Thursday night' in Bay
Medical Center after a brief
illness. She had been a
resident of Dalkeith for the
past 14 years, and attended
Glad Tidings Assembly of
God Church.
'Survivors include one sis-
ter, Nora Batson of Dalkeith;
one brother, Lonzer,Goodwin
of Pensacola; and many -
nieces and nephews.'
Funeral services were held
at 3:00 p.m. CST Sunday at
the Glad Tidings Assembly of
God Church with the Rev.
Bob Claycomb and Rev.
Claude McGill officiating.
Interment followed in' the
family plot at Roberts Ceme-
tery.
All arrangements were un-
der the direction of Comfort-
er Funeral Home.


State; two half-brothers,
Charles Aman, and Fairo
Lee Aman, Jr., both of White
City; one half-sister, Janie
Lee Raffield of White City.
Funeral services were held
at 2:00 p.m. EST Wednesday
at the Oak Grove Assembly
of God Church with Rev,
David Fernandez and Rev.
William Smith officiating.
Interment followed in Holly
Htll CerTietery.
All arrangements were un-
der the direction of Comfort-
er Funeral Home.


Permits .. ..
Wewahitchka branch office. "In addi-
tion, we've made them available from
Pic's Food Store and McNeill's Indian
Pass Grocery in the Indian Pass Beach
area". Taylor'said all those eligible for
exempted permits must secure them at
her office in the courthouse.
The permits are the result of
continued complaints being received by
the 'county for people driving fast,-7
recklessly and dangerously o the'"
beaches, resulting in a danger to people
who lived in the area and pedestrians on


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The permits are effective in the area
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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. MAR. 28, 1985


Miss Donna Faye

Bride of Charles I


NOW OPENING AT


Sasser


Is


Beverly


Donna Faye Sasser and The bride was given in was a child. For her head-
Charles Frederick Beverly marriage by her parents and piece she chose a fingertip
were united in marriage on escorted by her father. She veil of illusion which fell
March 17 in a lovely outdoor wore a formal length gown of from a wreath of silk lillies-of
setting in the courtyard of the white tissue taffeta which the-valley and pearl baby's
historic Malaga Inn, on featured an off-the-shoulder breath. To complement her
Church Street, Mobile, Al. neckline bordered by a dou- ensemble she carried a cas-
Rev. Charles E. VanZant, ble ruffle, and short puffed cading bouquet of pink sweet-
Keystone Heights, uncle of sleeves. The fitted bodice heart roses, white carnations
the bride, officiated at the was accented by a matching and ivy, fashioned with a
2!00 p.m. ceremony. cummerbund. She wore a lift-out corsage in the center.
The couple exchanged wed- string of pearls borrowed Marcy Hubauer, Mobile,
ding vows before a centrally from the bridegroom's step- was the maid of honor. She
located fountain flowing into mother. These had been a wore a tea length dress of
a gold fish pond, which was gift from her father when she pale pink chiffon over taffeta
dcorated with floating flow-
es. Nature' provided the
floral decorations in the form
a pink and white dwarf
saaleas and multi-colored
ptunias within the brick
courtyard.
The bride is the daughter of
Ijr. and Mrs. J. D, Sasser of
Port St., Joe. She is the
granddaughter of Fannie Bo-
rpar of, Deland and the late
Troy W. Bomar, Sr., and the
late Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
asser of Crestview. .
The bridegroom is the son
d Fred R.andUtaBeverlyof
l4ew Orleans, and Carl and
iatricia Adams of Hunts-
vl l, Al. He is the grandson
of-'the late Charles F. and :
Jean Beverly of New Or-
leans, and Ernest and Wilma
Basden, Huntsville, and step-
grandson of Margo Rolly,
rew Orleanhs, and Henry and A. ,
1Mildred Adams of Hunts-
Ville.
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formed by guitarist and
soloist, Mary-Gail Green of ___
Iobile. Selections include ----
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ong'", and "The Lord's MRS BEVERLY
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with an off-the-shoulder
neckline and short sleeves
accented with white lace and
pink chiffon rosettes. Her
headpiece was a wreath of
pink sweetheart roses and
her bouquet was a nosegay of
daisies, pink sweetheart
roses and white carnations.
James Burnside of Mobile
was the best man.
The flower girl was Kristen
Denise Weimorts of Port St.
Joe, niece of the bride. She
wore a short dress of pink
nylon and white lace, and
carried a basket of pink rose
petals and daisies.
Immediately following the
wedding ceremony, a recep-
tion was given by the bride's
parents. The three-tiered
wedding cake was served by
sisters of the bride, Denise
Weimorts and Diane Ander-
son, Port St. Joe: Punch was
served by Dawn Sasser, Port
St. Joe, sister-in-law of the
bride. The bride's book was
kept by Patricia Richey of
Mobile.
Out of town- guests in-
cluded: Fred and Uta Bever-
ly, David Shaffer, Margo
Rolly, New Orleans; Carl
and Patricia Adams, Ernest
and Wilma Basden, Hunts-
ville, Al.; Henry and Mildred
Adams, Birmingham, Al.;
Brenda and Stuart Adams,
Beth Nunally, Fairhope, Al.;
Patrick and Kathie Beverly,
Fort Walton Beach; Eddie


Engaged

Mr. and Mrs. William
Carlisle of Overstreet are
pleased to announce the
approaching marriage of
their daughter, Pamela
Sheryl to Eric Herman Pitts
of Wewahitchka.
The bride attended Port St.
Joe High School and has an
Associates Degree in Archi-
tectural Drafting. She is
employed with Tyndall Fed-
eral Credit Union.
The bridegroom graduated
from Wewahitchka High
School, and is employed at
Circle J Farms.
The wedding is planned for
May 4 at the United Pente-
costal Church in Wewahit-
chka. A reception will follow
in the Church Hall.
All friends and relatives
are invited to attend.

Brownies Have
Slumber Party
Jan Richardson's Junior
Troop 155 (with nine girls
attending) and Bunny
Miller's Brownie Troop 242
(with 10 girls attending)
enjoyed a Songfest and Slum-
ber Party Friday night,
March 22 at St. James'
Episcopal parish hall. Other
adults present were Jan
Nobles, Assistant Brownie
Leader, and Carol and Don
Durham.
April 1-5 Junior Troop 155
will be traveling to New
Orleans. Donations of food by
anyone would be greatly
appreciated. They will be
staying at the Fountainbleu
State Park in Slidell.
Junior Troop 155 has just
completed the tough require-
ments for the "Seashore and
Seashell" badge. They made
a shadow box to display the
shells that they collected
from the Port St. Joe area
and Marianna, and the pot-
tery pieces from St. Vincent's.
They presented the shadow
box to the Girl Scout Council.
Those girls working on the
badge were Paula Pendar-
vis, Donna Durham, Ann
Cantley, Debbie Monteiro,
Holly Richter, Wendy Wes-
ton, Susan Minger, Andrea
McCulley, and Rachel Mc-
Culley.


Gulf Beaches Clean Up

Is Getting Underway


The Sea Oats and Dunes
Garden Club and the Fire
Auxiliary are again co-spon-
soring a general clean up of
home grounds, streets and
beaches in the Gulf Beaches

Bomar. Mary Campbell, and
Kyler Coleman, Deland:
Charlie VanZant, Keystone
Heights: Suzan Rivers, Pas-
cagoula, Miss.; David Sas-
ser, John Anderson, Port St.
Joe; and Craig Weimorts,
Fort Polk, La.
A dinner for the families of
the couple and members of
the wedding party was host-
ed by the bridegroom.and his
father on March 16 at the
Western Steer steak house in
Mobile.
A party for the bride was
given by Marcy Hubauer in
her home in Mobile on March
8.
A bachelor's party for the
bridegroom was hosted by
James Burnside in his home.
in Mobile on March 1.
After a wedding trip to
Pensacola Beach, the couple,
will be at home in Mobile,
where both are attending the
University of South Ala-
bama.


area from St. Joe Beach to
the Bay County line.
All citizens are urged to
give their home grounds a
spring clean up. A volunteer
pickup of bottles, cans and
paper from nearby vacant
lots and the beaches will help
beautify the entire area.
For the month of April Gulf
County trucks will pick up
free: trash, debris, limbs and
large household goods, no
longer usable. All items must
be placed on the right-of-way
or alley for the free pick up.
Call 227-1401 giving the
location of your loads.

Keith Baileys
Have Baby Boy
Brian Keith Bailey arrived
Monday, March 25 at 7:16
p.m., weighing in at seven
pounds and 14'/4 ounces. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith
Bailey and the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey
and Mr. and Mrs. John
Weeks.
Melissa Thummi
Has Birthday
Melissa Ann Thumm,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Thumm, 401 Madison
Street, Port St. Joe cele-
brated her fourth birthday
Saturday, March 16 with
friends and relatives.
Her grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Turner of
Port St. Joe, and Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Thumm of Wa-
tervliet, Michigan.


A
NETTLES


Couple
Mrs. Josephine N. Frazier
and Willie Frazier of Port St.
Joe would like to announce
the approaching marriage of
their daughter, Carolyn Fay
Nettles to Reginald Brooks.
Carolyn is a graduate of
Port St. Joe High School,
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege and Florida A&M Uni-
versity with a bachelor de-
gree in Social Welfare. She
presently works as a substi-
tute. teacher with the dulf
County School Board.
Reginald is the son of Mrs.
Carrie C. Brooks of Moultrie,


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Will Wed
Ga. and Sammie Brooks of
Doerun, Ga. He is a graduate
of Colquitt County High
School, Moultrie, Ga. He
presently works in account-
ing at Bellamys' in Largo.
The wedding will take
place on Saturday, April 27 at
4:00 p.m., New Bethel
A.M.E. Church. Rev. Theo-
dore Andrews will be offi-
ciating the ceremony. No
local invitations are being
sent, but all friends and
relatives of the couple are
cordially invited to attend. A
reception will follow in the
church dining hall.


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SDr. Fisher Speaks to DAR


Dr. George Fisher, Public
Information and Training
Officer for the Northwest
Florida Water Management
District informed St. Joseph
Bay Chapter Daughters of
the American Revolution of
the purpose and functions of
this board at their meeting
Wednesday, March 20, at the
Garden Center.
Speaking to an interested
and attentive audience he
explained that the district is
bounded on the west by the
Perdido River and, east, by
the Wacissa. It includes five
major river basins: the Es-
cambia, Choctawhatchee,
Apalachicola, Ochlockonee,
and Wacissa; it receives an
average of 60 inches of rain
each year, which means that
there is plenty of water now
and for future generations
with proper management.
Problems are caused by
concentrated population
areas as in Fort Walton
Beach, where if too much
water is removed from the
aquifer, there can be salt
water intrusion into the wa-
ter supply, the speaker
stated.
The Florida Legislature
has recognized that Florida's


water supply is invaluable
and directed by law that
there be a water conserva-
tion program; the Water
Management Board is con-
cerned with the quantity of
water, the Department of
Environmental Regulation
with quality, explained Dr.
Fisher.
Dr. Fisher is hoping Flori-
da schools will begin in-
structing in water conserva-
tion with courses beginning
in the fourth grade.
Following a spirited ques-
tion and answer period Mrs.
J. T. Heathcock, who intro-
duced the speaker, gave him
a Flag of the United States of
Amberica that had flown over
the Capitol, She gave those
present tree seedlings 'and
bird seed. As Conservation
Chairman, she explained
that DAR is concerned with
all forms of conservation--
energy, animal, mineral,
plant, air and water. She also
-had an interesting conserva-
tion display.
Mrs. W. B. Dye, Regent,
presided at the meeting and
. called on Mrs. Paul Kunel to
report on the recent State
Conference where reports on
the year's work were given to


the delegates representing
the state's 9,962 members.
Mrs. George Suber, Chap-
ter Chairman Flag of the
United States of America,
presented a Flag to Mrs. W.
B. Simmons for the Corrine
Costin Gibson Memorial Li-
brary.
The treasurer's report


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STEVE RICHARDSON, Owner
201 Reid Ave. 229-6195


meeting
showed chapter mem
had contributed $150,00
the project to restore
Statue of Liberty. This wi
added to contributions f
some 3,000 DAR chapter
the country and the I
sum given to the restore
committee by NSDAR Pi
dent General, Mrs. Wa
King.


Project Graduation


We would like to acquaint
you with Project Graduation,
also known as "Our First
Reunion." It is an all night,
no drugs, no alcohol lock-in
party for the graduating
class of 1985. It is to be held at
the St. Joseph Bay Country
Club on Graduation night,
May twenty-seventh. There
will be live entertainment,
door prizes, and many vari-
ous activities' scheduled all
through the night. The party
will end with a homecooked
breakfast on the morning of
the twenty-eighth.
Project Graduation is en-
dorsed by the Government of
the State of Florida, its Law
Enforcement offices, and the
Panhandle Alcoholism Coun-
cil (PAC).
This exciting party is put
on by the parents of the
graduating seniors and is not


school sponsored, although
they are behind us one-
hundred percent and are
very helpful. This is a very
big project and in order for it
to be a success we will need
the help of everyone in Port
St. Joe and the Beaches. In
the weeks to come you will be
contacted by a committee
member to solicit your help
in the way of donations such
as food, money, or gifts to be
used as door prizes through-
out the night. In order for us
to succeed. with this project
we need to raise a minimum
of $2500. We need communi-
ty-wide support. St. Joe has
always come through for
their "sharks," and will
surely do it again. Please
help us to give our seniors the
very best "first reunion."
Sincerely yours,
Ferrell 0. Allen, Jr.


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


rom BY ANNETTE MINGER
rs in The baseball team was
ump defeated last Friday night by
nation the Wakulla War Eagles by a
resi- score of 6-4. The baseball
alter team will be playing several
games during Spring Break.
Good Luck Team!

This week is Sadie Hawk-
ins Week at Port St. Joe
High. The Student Council
planned an activity for every
day of the week. Monday was
College Football Day, Tues-
; day was Sign a T-Shirt Day,
Wednesday was Beach Bum
Day, and Thursday is Slave
Day.- The week was a fun-'
filled one to all those who
participated.

Tuesday, March 26, sever-
al members of the Junior
Class participated in a Prom
Fashion Show presented to
t the Juniors and Seniors.. The
Fashion Corner of Panama
City furnished the dresses,
and Kent's Formalwear of
Panama City furnished the
tuxedos.

Thursday a special show
will be presented to the
students by the Florida A&M
University Chorus. The


Chorus will perform at 11:00.
Tl's promises to be a very
enjoyable presentation.

Friday, March 29 is an
inservice day for teachers
and a holiday for students.
Friday also kicks off Spring
Break for the students of
Port St. Joe High. Students
will get out early Thursday,
March 28, and will not return
until Monday, April 8. Enjoy
the Holidays!

This is Annette Minger,
hoping you have a Happy
Easter!


Mrs. Ailes, Chairman, Schedules
"Wheels for Life" for April 13


Mrs. J. T. Heatheock, St. Joseph Bay Chapter DAR
servation Chairman and Dr. George Fisher, Public Info
tion and Training Officer for the Northwest Florida W
Management District. -Star


VFW Post to
Meet Today
The John C. Gainous Post
10069 V.F.W. will hold its
regular meeting ,Thursday,
March 28 at the Post Home in
Highland View on Fifth Ave-
nue. A report will be made on
the Washington Conference.
All members are urged to
attend.


DA V Chapte
Meeting Mon
The D.A.V. Chapter I
of Port St. Joe will ho
regular meeting Mo
April 1 in the V.F.W.
Home in Highland Vie
Fifth Avenue.
All members are urg
attend.'


- Public Notices


IN THE CIRCUIT .COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE.
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
HAROLD W. HOLLOWAY,
Husband-Respondent,
and
PATRICIA JEAN HOLLOWAY,
Wife-Petitioner.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: HAROLD W. HOLLOWAY
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action-
for the dissolution of your marriage to
Patricia Jean Holloway has been filed.
You are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, on Fred N. Wit-
ten, Petitioner's Attorney, whose ad:-.
dress Is P. 0. Box 445, Port St. Joe,
Figrida 32456, on or before May 3.1985,
and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court, either before service on Peti-
tioner's Attorney or immediately there-
after; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and.the seal of
this Court, on March 26, 1985.
JERRY T. GATES,
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: Is/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
4tc 3/28

BID NUMBER WWTP 193
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids for one (1), 1985 'A/ TON
PICK UP TRUCK. Specifications may be
obtained from the City Clerk's Office, P.
0. Box 278. Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
Bid opening will be held April 16, 1985,
at 8:00 P.M., EST, in the Municipal
Building at the Regular Meeting of the
City Commission.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: /s/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor/Clerk
21 3128
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 85-17
WEWAHITCHKA STATE BANK.,
Plaintiff.
vs.
LEAMON 0. THORNE.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to a


Final Judgment dated March 13.1985.1n
Case N6 85 17 of the Cliiuil Court'St
Gulf County, Florida. Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit, in which Wewahltchka
State Bank is Plaintiff, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash, In the
lobby at the Gulf County Courthouse,
Port St. Joe, Florida, at 11:00,A.M.,
Eastern Time, on April 8, 1985, the
following described property set fqrth
in the Order of Final Judgment:-
Lots 5 and 7, Block 4, Douglas
Landing Unit One, as shown by the
Plat thereof recorded in the Of-
ficial Records .of Gulf County,
Florida, in Plat Book 2, page 25.
DATED this 25th day of March, A.D.,
1985.
JERRY T. GATES,
CLERK OF COURT
By: Is/ Tonya Knox,,Deputy Clerk
21t3/28

IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDAI. IN AND. FOR
GULF COUNTY.
-CASE NO. 84-264
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK, a national
banking association with its principal
office at Port St. Joe, Florida,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RUDY GASKIN, JR.,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to a
Final Judgment dated March 20, 1985,
in Case No. 84-264 of the Circuit Court,
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, In and for
the County of Gulf, State of Florida, in
which Florida National Bank, a national
banking association with its principal
office at Port St. Joe, Florida, is the
Plaintiff and Rudy Gaskin, Jr., is the
Defendant, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, in the lobby at the
Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe,
Florida, at 12:00 P.M., Eastern Time, on
April 12, 1985, the following described
property set forth in the Order of Final
Judgment:
The West '/a of the SE 'A of Sec-
tion 36. Township 3 South, Range
10 West. Gulf County, Florida.
DATED this March 21st, A.D... 1985.
JERRY T. GATES.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Tonya Knox. Deputy Clerk
2t 3/28


Golden Gift Emporium
(Across from Western Auto)
Port St. Joe 229-6312


WATCH

REPAIRS
One week service
on most repairs


Jewelry

Repairs
From 1 day to
1 week


CLOCK

Repairs
Grandfather,
Westminster
Chime, All Makes


ALL WORK IS DONE ON PREMISES
No Work Is Sent Out

Fast, Prompt, Efficient Service
by a Master GOLDSMITH
& Watchmaker


QCon, The "Wheels For Life"
orma. Bike-a-thon is scheduled for
Water Saturday, April 13 with a rain
photo date of April 20. The ride
starts at 9:00 A'.M. and will
continue until 12:00 noon at
,r. the Port St. Joe High School
Track.
Students will receive spon-
No. 62 sor forms from their teach-
ld its ers. Participants are asked
nday, to obtain pledges from the
Post community on their sponsor
w on forms. Awards will be given
to riders 'who receive the
largest contributions.
3ed to Twenty-five dollar Savings
Accounts will be given to the
top two money earners.
SThese generous contributions
will be. provided by Citizens
SFederal Savings and, Loan


and Wewahitchka State
Bank. T-shirts will be award-
ed to riders collecting $25 or
more. Tote bagswill be given
for riders collecting $75 or
more.
All "Wheels for Life" con-
tributions will benefit St.
Jude's Childrens Hospital.
For further information
call Mrs. Joy Ailes at 648-
8314.
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to thank the
many kind people of Port St.
Joe for the cards and flowers
we received at the death of
our mother, Mrs. Audrey
Lamb.
May God bless you.'
Mary H. Pollock
Eugene P. Bowen


Majorettes Sponsor Clinic


The Port St. Joe High
School majorettes are spon-
soring a clinic for girls age
four and up Saturday, April
13 from 9 to 2 at Port St. Joe
High School. Modeling,
dancing, jazz, pom pom,
twirling, two baton, hoop
baton, fire baton and march-
ing routines will be taught.
Bring your lunch, cokes will
be sold. The cost is only
$10.00 per girl. The proceeds
of this clinic will go toward
sending the majorettes to
camp this summer.
Anyone interested in parti-
cipating should contact Lisa
Handley, majorette captain,
at 229-8447.


Baton classes aie held
each Monday and Tuesday at
the Centennial Building from
3:30-4:30.

Happy Birthday
to

OLEN RONEY
Born March 29, 1935

We Love You.

Your Friends,
THE BAILEYS


THE PULPIT OF THE CITY


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

HOWARD BROWNING
.Pastor


RON KEGLEY
Music/Youth


Expert TAX

Preparations


Corporations
Partnership

Individual


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Individua A2?'
M~f"'


ACCOUNTING SERVICES
Small Business and Individual

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
PROFIT and LOSS STATEMENTS
TAX and FINANCIAL PLANNING


Gulf Accounting Services

312 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe- Phone 229-6332


Can.Your


Check in Account



Pass,: s.Test?


Do you receive discounts and coupons worth
more than $2,000 in savings on travel, -
lodging and entertainment?
YesD NoD]

Do you receive Accidental Death Insurance?
YesD NoEl


.. Can you order a registered key
66 turned if your keys are lost?
S.,YesDlO NoD


Does your checking
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account pay


ring that's easily re-


5v4% interest on all your
Yes NoD


Do you receive a quarterly newsletter filled with the
latest financial and consumer news?
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Can you register your credit cards free for the first year?
YesD NoD


Is your checking account free with $100 minimum balance?
YesD NoD / -


Can you get cash from more
CF Advance centers nationwide?




Citizens Federa
Savings & Loan Asso.
of Port St. Joe


Phone 227-1416
Member FSLIC


401 Fifth St.


than 5,000 Emergency Cash
YesD NoD


If you answered no to at least two of these
questions, you ought to be checking with
The Winner. It's an interest-bearing check-
ing account with all these extras. And, it's
free with $100 balance.*
*No service charge is incurred on a balance of $100 or
more. If your balance falls below $100, the charge is $6
per month.


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 2,. 1985


) UP FOR SOME a
DOWN FOR OTHERS
Some drugs will have the exact opposite reaction
when taken by one class of people than it will when
taken by others. For example, one well known drug
| that acts a.s a stimulant to the adult system will have a S
calming effect when it is taken by children. This one
drug is therefore used for two completely different
responses.
Many factors can influence the use of the same drug. a
Age, weight, sex, race, etc. So you can readily
understand from this why it can be very dangerous to
take a medicine a physician has prescribed for
someone else.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
pharmacy products. We consider this trust a
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
family pharmacy?"



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

rij'MINTovI


A total of 117 runners rac-
ed in the annual Lions Club
Run for Sight. race held this
past Saturday on the streets
of Port St. Joe. Fifty-five'
runners ran in the one mile
fun run, which usually draws
the younger runners and
.children of the area. The


10,000 meter event (6.2
miles) drew a total of 62 run-
ners.
The first finisher in the
10,000 meter race was David
Parker, age 20, who ran it in
32:48 minutes (a little less'
thle' 5:25 minutes a mile).
The closest finisher to him


Highland View Motors, Inc.
603 Highway 98 Highland View Port St. Joe
Phone 229-6999



SPRING SALE


A/c, p.s., cruise control, auto., overdrive
82 Ford LTD 2-dr ............
Loaded, cruise control, tilt s/w, stereo, elec.
windows, elec. split front seats, real clean
& low miles for 79
79 Pon. Bonneville 4-dr Brougham


Aic, p/s, p/b, automatic
79 Ford T-Bird 2-dr............. 2995
Automatic, p/s, a/c ,
79 Chevrolet Malibu 2-dr. ....... 2395
33,000 miles, a/c, s. shift, like new
79 Toyota Corolla 2-dr. .......... 2795
P/s, p/b, a/c,.stereo, clean
79 Monte Carlo 2-dr............ 3395
P/s, p/b, auto., air, will give limitediwarranty
on eng..
79 Mercury Marquis 2-dr ....... 3395
9 passenger, auto., a/c, p/s, p/b, will give limited
warranty on engine
79 Ford Station Wagon 4-dr. ..... 2695


Auto., p/s, alc, 6 cyl., low miles
78 Ford Futura 2-dr. ...........I


Cruise control, p/s, p/b, auto., alc
79 Ford Country Squire S/W...... 2395

o o LTD 4-Dr. '.395
Auto., pls, air
77 Pontiac Gran Prx 2-dr........ 995
air, p/s, p/b
77 Buick LaSabre 4-dr. ......... 1095
Air, p/s, p/b, auto., good strong running car $
76 Chrysler 2-dr.............. 995
6 cyl., auto., p/s,
77 Plymouth Valore Station Wagon .1295


Runs Good
72 Ford LTD 4-dr. ............
Good transportation car
76 Olds Station Wagon .........
Automatic, p/s, a/c, 6 cyl.
81 GMC..................
Clean and runs good
78 Luv Pickup ...............
Automatic, p/s
74 Chevrolet Pickup ...........


6 cylinder
69 Ford Pickup ............... $395


$5395



*3995


11995


$395

$395

*4395

.2395

1695


Sharks Win Last 3 Games


After a 6-4 loss to Wakulla
last Friday afternoon, the
Sharks rallied for three
straight wins in their base-
ball schedule this past week.
The Sharks took both ends of
a double header from the
Havana Gladiators Saturday
afternoon and bombed Car-
rabelle Tuesday.
Last Friday, the War Ea-
gles rallied for two runs in
the fifth inning to break a 4-4
tie and win a 6-4 game from
the Sharks.
Chris Butts started on the
mound for the Sharks and
gave up four runs on seven
hits before being relieved by
Mickie Gainnie in the fourth.
Gainnie gave up two runs on
five hits, struck out five and
walked three in the four
innings he worked. Gainnie
was tagged with the loss.
Kyle Pippin was the leading
hitter with two hits for three


trips to the plate. Mitch
Bouington had the most
exciting hit for the Sharks,
-banging out a double and
driving in three runs.
Port St. Joe 1 0 3 0 0 0 0
Wakulla 1 0 3 0 2 0 0
The Sharks defeated Ha-
vana 6-3 and 18-5 in a double
header Saturday in Havana.
In the first game, the
Sharks came on strong in the
last four innings to win the
game, after the Gladiators
took a 3-1 lead in the third.
Stacy Strickland went. the
route on the mound for the
Sharks, giving up three runs
on three hits, striking out 10
and walking one. Strickland
had raised his season record
on the mound to 3-2.
Jay Rish, Mitch Bouington,
Chris Butts, Jim Norton and'
Strickland each had a single
for the Sharks.


Port St. Joe 0 1 0 1 1 1 2
Havana 0 1 2 000 0
In the second game, Shark
hitters went on a rampage to
dump the Gladiators 18-5 in
five innings.
Mitch Bouington turned in
a five-inning performance,
giving up five runs on four
hits. walking four and strik-
ing out two.
The Sharks scored in every
inning on their way to the 18-5


win over Havana. Jim Nor-
ton led the hitting parade,
collecting three hits in five
at-bats. Randy Wilder and
Mitch Bouington both had
two hits in three at-bats.
Bouington had two doubles
and Kyle Pippin one double
in the game.
The twin win boosted the
Shark district play record to
2-2.


Baseball Clinic Saturday

For Dixie Youth Players
Port St. Joe High School ": The clinic will be held at
baseball coach Rick Hatcher Shark Stadium across from
and his squad will be con- the Centennial Building and
ducting a baseball clinic for will be open to all little
young players Saturday league, major league and
morning, beginning at 10 pony league players.
a.m. "We'd like to see the kids,
their managers, and parents
come out for the activities',
Hatcher said.

Identified
Incorrectly
In an article in The Star
two weeks ago, we had Curtis
Little identified as "Curtis
SRay". Little was identified
correctly under a picture
accompanying the article
describing his purchase of
.lJohnmnie's Trim Shop from
Johnnie Walker.
The Star regrets the error
and hopes the mistake has
.: .-, not inconvenienced Mr. Lit-
tie

Gulf Rifle Club
The Gulf Rifle Club will be
.: shooting trap on Sunday,
March 31 at 2 P.M. 12 and 20
gauge ammo will be avail-
able at the Range, or bring
your own.
You are invited to come
out, bring your children, and
,,.-qnjoy an afternoon of fun.


One of the runners competing in Saturday's 6.2 mile road SAY YOU SAW IT
race crosses the finish line.. -IN THE STAR!


..j.. -2.5W
Mickey Gainnie stretches out on the mound in Tuesday
evening's game against Carrabelle.


Tuesday, the Sharks hand-
ed Carrabelle a 11-1 defeat in
five innings. The Sharks
broke loose in the fifth inning
with six big runs to earn a
revenge victory over the
Green Devils.
Mickie Gainnie picked up
his second win of the year, as
the Sharks marked their
sixth against five defeats.
Gainnie gave up one run on
two hits. He struck out nine
and walked four.
Jay Rish and Marty Wil-
liams each had two hits in
three bats and Kyle Pippin,
Jim Norton, Stacy Strickland
and Marty Williafns, each
pounded but doubles'.
PortSJoe 0 2 3 06
Carrabelle 0 0 0 0 1.
The Sharks travel to Veri"
non Friday for a 1:00 game.


Cadwell On
AAU Team
Durey Cadwell was chosen
as one of Florida's finest high
school basketball players for
1985 in a recent try-out held
in Gainesville.
The trials were held in
Deland on March 23 and 24 to
choose 12 players to repre-
sent the state of Florida in
national AAU competition.
The Florida team is spon-
sored by Sears.
Cadwell competed with
such outstanding players as
All-Americans Irving Thom-
as of the University of
Kentucky, Tom Hammohds
of Georgia Tech and Toffny
Mack of' the University of.
Georgia.


could barely see him, follow-
ing three and a half minutes
behind him. The overall
female winner was Mary
Tappen, 27, who crossed the
finish line at 42:27 elapsed
time.
Chuck Law, age 47, was
the overall male winner with
a topf 6:06 in the one mile
fuhli n. Darlene Godfrey,
13, was the overall female
winner with a time of 6:22
10,000 METER MALE
13 & Under: 1st Bill Hamill
47:20; 2nd Kevin Duncan
66:39.
19-24 Group: 1st Joe
Hester 39:08; 2nd Daniel
Franklin 40:02; 3rd Tim Will'
44:51.
25-29 Group: 1st Tom Buc-
cannon 38:36; 2nd Richard.
Gilbert 39:45; 3rd Dickie Mc-
Allister 41:39.
30-34 Group: 1st John
Faucher 36:14; 2nd Jerry
Lunch 40:57; 3rd Whit Oliver
46:28. .
35-39 Group: 1st Sidney
Gholsen 38:30; 2nd Nelson
Martin 39:44; 3rd Sam
Ashton 39:45.
40-44 Group: 1st Preston
Whitfield 43:48. 2nd Eddy
Sims .46:48; 3rd avid Smith.
47:35.
45-49 Group: 1st Ray Bentz
41:35- 2nd Chuck Law 43:05;
3rd Claude Hanlon 45:00.
50-59 Group: 1st Robert
Whittle 39134 2nd-George
Mulligan 42:35; 3rd Ronald
Robinson 48:19.
60 & Over: 1st Ed Knight
42:07; 2nd Verne McCall
54:12. -
'10,000Meter Female
S25-2 Group: 1st Sabrina
Gholsen 47:25; 2nd .Fran
McLean 52:08.
30-34. Group: 1st Linda
Baker 44:00;. 2nd Mary
Kirland 44:51; 3rd Joy Floa
45:35.
35-39 Group: 1st Carol
Sims 48:04; 2nd Theresa.
Kalanko 50:28; 3rd Deanna
Strickland 54:07.
40,44, Groupi: Elsa Law
63:21.
6 FUN RUN MALE
8 &Under: 1st Alam Oliver
11: 55; 2nd Jason Shoaf 11:56..
9-10d Group: 1st Brad Buz-
zett 7:28; 2ndNorton.Arrant
7:53; 3rdBrian Butts, 7:57.
11-14 Group: 1st Allen
Paruka 6:43; 2nd Daniel
Sims 6:48; 3rd Don Conley
6:51.
15-18 Group: 1st Scott Prit-
chett 6:27.
19-24 Group: Patrick Ryan
7:03.
25-29 Group: 1st Gumby
Weckherlin; 2nd Eddie
Creamer 8:25.
30-39 Group: 1st Whit
Oliver.
40 & Over: I. W. Frutchey
8:20.
FUN RUN FEMALE
8 & Under: Keely Jones
8:19; 2nd Lauren Jones 9:28;
3rd Allison Williams 10:30.
9-10 Group: 1st Sally
Hamill 9:06.
11-14 Group: 1st Heather
Hamill 6:41; 2nd Teresa Bur-
ton 7:44; 3rd Lisa Ashley,
9:43.
19-24 Group: 1st Terri
Wistanley 9:44.
30-39 Group: 1st Cynthia
Christen 9:33; 2nd Molly
Oliver 16:20.


40 & Over: 1st Toni Ham-
mill 8:25; 2nd Mary Ann
Bailey. 44:20;; 3rd1 Joyce
Wickherlin 18:01.'


Recycling to
Close 3 Days
The aluminum recycling
center at the Gulf County
Adult Activity Center site
will be closing for three days
next week including April 3, 4
and 5.
The center will resume
purchasing cans on Monday,
April 8, during the regular
hours 'from 8:30 A.M. until
2:30 P.M.



YARD SALE
Saturday, March 30
617 Woodward Ave.
8 till
4 families
Appliances, clothes
and misc. items.


YARD SALE
Saturday, Mar. 30
5 Families
Suits, $5.00;
children's clothes, 25
cents and up; house-
hold itenis, books and
lots more.
306 Fortner St. ,
Mexico Beach
8 till


David Parker Wins Run


for Sight 10,000 Meter


NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. Theodore Andrews,; Pastor -
SUNDAY SCHOOL..................... 9:30A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................. 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ................... 6:00 P.M.

"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


:PAGE SIX


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Birds!

Those That Went

South for the winter

Are Now Back


All those birds that flew
south for the winter are
starting to fly back now, and
as always, many of them will
be stopping off in Florida.
"Some time in April, we
expect millions of migrating
birds to reach Florida," said
Jim Cox, a nongame wildlife
biologist for the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commis-
sion. "Some others are here,
already."
Most migrating birds fly to
the Caribbean, South Ameri-
ca or Central America for the
winter. Others, however,, re-
main in South Florida. Cox
said some of the birds from
the northern reaches of
Canada will still be trying to
Reach their summer homes in
June.
"Some of them will return
to the very trees or bushes
where they nested during the
previous year," Cox said.
"It's amazing how well they
can navigate."
Cox said migration time is
perhaps the most stressful
period in a bird's life. Mi-
grating birds lose a' great
deal of weight during the
flight, and when they land,
they are exhausted and vul-
nerable to predators.
"Sometimes, during spring
migration, the sensitive per-
ceptions that birds have for.
climatic changes will fail
themn" Cox said. "They'll be
halfway across the Gulf of
: Mexico and meet a frontal
system with strong. head
winds, and when that hap-
pens, they simply land on the
first spot they can find, even
-if it's a ship."
Cox said that when birds .
-have to fly over the Gulf
''.against the wind, they tend to
gather in huge numbers on
the first bodies of land they ,,
reach- especially Florida's
beaches, barrier islands and
gk coastat-hammocks. Persons
:.interested in observing a
large number of migrant
birds should keep close
watch on these coastal habi-
S' tals during April. .
SUnder good wind condi-
tions, however, many birds'
tend to fly approximately, 50
miles inland before they stop
to search for food.,
Cox said purple martins
and shore birds will be
migrating through Florida.
during March and April.
Perching birds, including the
-highly colorful buntings and
warblers, on the other hand,
won't peak until mid-April in..
Florida. By) early May, '
they'll reach'. some of the
northern states.
S".Here in Florida, between
April 15 and 25, if you survey
a wide variety of habitats,
you might see 170 species of
birds in one day," Cox said.
"Approximately half of them
will be migrating species."
Scientists are just begin-
ning to understand the mys-
teries of why birds migrate
and how they can do it with
such precise direction. There
are theories that migration is
triggered by changes in the
length of the day, and that
birds navigate by the stars.
"Some scientists figure the


ultimate cause of migration
is merely the result of
reduced food supplies," Cox
said. "Others say birds mi-
grate to the tropics because
they evolved in -the tropics,
but these are just theories."
If you want to attract and
enjoy some of these mi-
grating birds in your back
yard, the best thing you can
do is put. out some small
birdseed and fresh water for
them. Moving water, especi-
ally a fine mist of water over
a birdbath will be more
effective than any other
single feature in attracting
migrating .birds.
"Remember to place the
birdbath and mist very close
to dense vegetation and
cover for best results," Cox
said.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAR. 28, 1985 PAGE SEVEN


Spring Frolic Promotion


Extravaganza Planned


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-Flbrida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission


FSU Panama
The deadline to apply for
dalmission fnr theo simmer


Persons interested in semester, 1985, at The Flori-
learning more about non- da State University Panama
game wildlife can contact the City Campus is April 1.
Game and Fresh Water Fish The deadline applies to all
Commission's Nongamq Sec- prospective undergraduate,
tion, 620 South Meridian St., students and to those seeking
Tallahassee, Fl 32301. readmission, Official tran-


City Campus Enrollment
scripts and all supporting '.and senior level) and gradu-'
documents required for ad- ate level coursework is offer-
mission are also due April 1. ed at the Panama City
FSU students who have not Campus.
attended for two or more
terms may attend the Pana- Summer registration is set
,ma City Campus, but must for April 30 and May 1.
apply for readmission. Classes begin May 6 and end
Only upper division (junior August 2.


Monday, Tuesday and Thursday .. 9:00 A.M.- 4:00 P.M.
Wednesday.................... 9:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.
Friday ...................... 9:00 A.M. 5:30 P.M.
Saturday ............................ CLOSED
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Main Street Wewahitchka, Florida Member: FDIC


Radio Station WJBU and
The Star with the cooperation
of many local merchants will
be sponsoring a gigantic
"Spring Frolic" in downtown
Port St. Joe Saturday, April
13. Included in the all day
extravaganza will be WJBU
personalities broadcasting
live at the corner of 5th Street
and Reid Avenue. At the
same location throughout the
day will be free entertain-
ment by country, bluegrass
and gospel groups, along
with cloggers, breakdancers,
and a special concert by the
Port St. Joe Junior and
Senior High Band from 4:30
to 5:30 P.M. Special values
by participating 'merchants
will be announced at various
times during the day,
Entertainment already
scheduled to appear, along
'with the High School Band
are the Gann Brothers from


Panama City. The group is
well known in gospel music,
and has appeared in concert
with groups such as Rex
Nelon Singers, Wendy Bag-
well, Jerry Goff, Gold City
Quarter, and many others.
Another well known gospel
group, "Harmony" will sing
during the day's activities.


MET'HODISM
I~.Fbr Two Cenbuires


Singing out of Biloxi, Missis-
sippi, Harmony has recorded
several records.
Gulf County Search and
Rescue Unit will be selling
refreshments during the day
to raise funds for their
organization. Plan now to
spend the day in downtown
Port St. Joe April 13.


1st United
Methodist Church
Constitution & Monument
Port St. Joe, Florida


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PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. 'I'IIURSDAY, MAR. 28, 1985


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misc
FRSAL


3 bdrm., 1 bath, sep. kit-
chen with bar, sep. dining
room with bay window.
Fireplace, Ig. carport, boat-
shed in back. % mile from
public boat ramp. $24,000.
639-5820. 2tp 3/28
3 bdrm., 2 bath older
home, good cond., new roof,
corner lot. $6,500 equity,
assume $217 mo. pmt. Call
229-6044 after 4:00 p.m.
ltp
3 bdrm., 1 bath, wall to
wall carpet, heat pump, ex-
cel. neighborhood, fenced
back yard. $48,000. Owner
anxious. Call 229-6044 after
4:00 p.m. Itp
Duplex at 1508 Long Ave.
Two one bedroom apart-
ments. Call after 5:00,
229-6825. Itp
Beach house for sale on
Canal St., St. Joe Beach.
Phone 648-5694, work
648-8664. 2tp 3/21
Woodframe 2 bedroom
house on corner lot, 3rd Ave.,
Highland View. Call after
5:00,229-6825. Itp 3/28
Wood frame 3 bedroom
house on 4 lots at comer of
Road 20 and 1st Street, White
City. Call after 5:00, 229-6825.
ltp 3/28
Bargain! Excellent starter
home. 3 bdrm., l ba., located
on Ig. lot, near schools. 1315
Long Ave. Terms available.
Call today. 229-6827. tfc 3/7
House for sale, near
schools. 3 bdrm., 1 ba. on
corner lot, fenced back yard,
work shop. $16,000. 227-1789.
4tp3/14


Couch and chair in excel.
cond., floral pattern, $150.
Mattress & springs, $25. Call
648-8486. ltp
1978 25 ft. Taurus travel
trailer, awning, a/c, gas/or
electric, full bath, am/fmn
stereo, sleeps 8, very nice
cond. Call 229-8269 or
229-8397. Itp 3/28
Lose weight fast, safe,
totally natural program,
100% guaranteed. I did it and
I feel great. Call Terry Nel-
son, 229-8400 or 670-8960.
2tc 3/28
Vinyl sofa and lounge
chair. Call 229-8578.
2tc 3/28
Gas range, 30" Harvest
gold, very good cond., $95.
306 Desoto St., St. Joe Beach.
648-8641.
Commodore computer
with printer, many accessor-
ies and software, TI 90 com-
puter w/software. Call
6484-8526. Itp
Metal awnings for home.
Call 227-1234.
SEL. IT WITH A
CLASSIFIED AD!

FOR SALE
Immaculate 3 bedroom, 1
bath, block house on well
kept lot, with fenced back
yd. Drapes, cen. air and
,heat, nice. carport, located
in family neighborhood,
near schools.
McNeill Coastal Properties
Inc., Realtor
Call 229-6537
tfc 3/7


LAWN FURNITURE
Swings, swing frames, pic-
nic tables, lawn chairs, set-
tees, and. children's picnic
tables. Call 639-2860.
tfc 3/21
1980 GS550L Suzuki, good
cond., 1246 miles, brand new
back tire, $1450. Nolan
helmet. Call Roy Keith,
227-1843.
Spinet-Console Piano
Bargain
Wanted: Responsible party
to take over low monthly
payments on spinet piano.
Can be seen locally. Write
Credit Manager: P. O. Box
537, Shelbyville, IN 46176.
3tp 3/28
Cypress and pine swings
and lawn furniture made to
order. Call 648-5427.
3tc 3/21
1971fmobile home, Echo
12'x60', 3 bdrm., comp. furn.,
heat & air, $4,000. On 4th St.,
Mexico Beach, first mobile
home on right. Call 1-912-435-
8797. 2tc3/21
Red, and white camper
shell for lwb truck. $75. Call
29-8978 after 5 p.m. tfc
Cypress swings for sale.
Can be seen at 1014 McClel-
lanAve; 4tp 3/14
Boat for Sale: 28' Owens,
350 Chevrolet engine, stove,
ice box, v-berths in the front,
good cond. Fiberglass up to
water line. 648-8508 between
5-10p.m. tfe 3/14

$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
fabric,. ,.
The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151
tfc6/7
Trampoline, round 13% ft.
diameter, mat is 3 years old,
600 lb. capacity, excel, cond.
$230. Call 229-6962.
tfc 12/24
1980 Magnolia 24'x70'
mobile home. NADA value,
$26,000.00. Loan value
$21,270.00. Asking $20,000.00.
Call 229-6353 after 5 p.m.
tfc 1/17
5"x7" note cards of
Beacon Hill Lighthouse in
full cplor. See them at Gulf
County Public Library or
Wewa State Bank In Port St.
Joe. Library will receive
$1.00 for each card sold.
4tp3/7
FREE Bible study at home
by mail. What does the Bible
say about God, Christ, salva-
tion and eternity? You can
study in your home with no
cost and no visits unless you
request.Write: Bible Study,
P. 0. Box 758, Port St. Joe,
.FL tfP -/4
12'x65' mobile home in
good cond. $5,200, move it or
rent where located. Large
shaded lot. Comer Gulf. &
Alabama, St. Joe Beach.
Call 229-6005. 6tp 3/21

TRY
WATKIN'S
PRODUCTS
229-6023
tfc 3/7

Century 21
St. Joseph Bay Realty
Realtor,
904/648-5716
.New Listing: 2 rental
houses & 1 trailer space on
4% lots in Oak Grove. In-
vestment $27,500.
Cypress Avenue
Port St. Joe
1888 sq. ft. brick & stucco, 3
bdrm., 2 bath, fireplace,'
many-extras. $89,000.

SPECIAL BUY
2108 Juniper Ave.,
Port St. Joe
.Absolutely beautiful 3
bdrm., 2 baths, formal liv.
rm. & din. rm. Den, fire-
place, dbl. garage. Many
other extras. By appt. only.


Small families paying too
much for health insurance?
Call Mutual of Omaha.
648-8557. 4tp 3/21

STEEL ROOFING
& SIDING
American Made
from $9.95 per sq. based on
size, style & qty.
GOLDIN IND., INC.
Gulfport, MS
601-896-6216
4tp 3/7


Yellow and black labrador
puppies, full blooded.
229-6739. 3tc 3/14

CALADIUM BULBS
FOR SALE
Thursday & Friday
2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
at The Garden Center
8th Street
35 cents each





1980 Kenworth W900 Con-
ventual Cummins 350, 9-spd,
370 rears, 36" sleeper. Excel.
cond. 40' Great Dane open
top trailed. Call Bill Vittum,
Bristol, FL 643-5181. 2tp 3/28
1975 Datsun B210, new
paint, runs good, $1,200. 18'
well boat $400; 9000 btu air
conditioner $100. Call
229-8504. 2tp3/21
1977 Chevy Malibu, runs
good, $1,000. 229-6909.
1979 Cougar XR-7, good
cond., a/c, am/fm cassette,,
good tires. Call Susie
229-8226 before 5:00 p.m.



FO RENT


Room for rent: Prefer
quiet and sober female.
Phone 2296511, T. Harrison.
Mobile home lot for rent:
Rustic Sands Campgrounds,
800 15th St., Mexico Beach.
648-5229. tfe 3/28
Nice 2 bedroom mobile
home, no pets. Rustic Sands
CampgTounds. 648-5229.,
tfe3/28
For Rent: Unfurnished
apartment for rent, plush 2
bedroom, cen. air & heat,
new construction located in
nice neighborhood. Monthly
rate $280.00. Available April
1.227-1689. tfc 3/21
For Rent: 3 bdrm. apart-
ment, furnished, 1616 Long
Ave. Call 227-1199.
tf 2/14
Room for Rent: by day,'
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
ReidA_.y tfc 7/5
Unfurnished 2 bedroom,
1 bath stilt house at Mexico
Beach with large pecky
cypress great room. $350 mo.
year round with $100 deposit.
Call 648-5349 or 648-5194 after
5. No Pets. tfc 2/28
For Rent: Mini-warehouse
storage. For more informa-
tion call 229-6332. tfc 1/17
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.


Sales Position: Men and
women's apparel. Apply in
person, Marquardt's Marina
at Mexico Beach. 2tc 3/28
City of Mexico Beach is ac-
cepting applications for a
full-time police officer.
Police standards .required.
Applications will be ac-
cepted until 4:30 p.m., April
12, 1985. Bring or mail ap-
plications to Police Chief
Harris, City Hall, P. 0. Box
13425, 14th St., Mexico
Beach, FL. It 3/28
We are looking for asso-
ciates to work all areas from
Parker to Carrabelle to
Wewa. If you are a moti-
vated salesperson give us a
call. United Farm is a 60 yr.
old real estate company with
proven real estate knowledge.
Call 648-8120 for appoint-
ment.
Looking for part time of-'
fice assistant. Mail qualifi-
cations to P .0. Box 13028,
Mexico Beach.
Job Opportunity
Coordinator for summer
youth employment and
training program, funded
through the Job Training
Partnership Act. Education
and/a experience in human
services 'field preferred.
Temporary position at $7.00
per hour. Send resume to P.
0. Box 2238, Panama City,
FL 32402 by March 29, 1985.
A/EOE 2t 3/21
Woman to babysit & clean'
house. 5 days per week, 8
a.m. 5 p.m. Prefer to live at
beach. 648-8414. tfc 3/21


A A A


Yard Sale: 1317 Long Ave.,
Friday, March 29th, 9 to 5.
No early.sales. 2.formals, $50
ea., size 12; mink stole; pool
table, 8 ft., good cond. $150.
Garage Sale: 1612 Marvin
Ave. Toys, clothes, house-
hold items & more. Satur-
day, March 30, 8 to 4.
Garage Sale: Sat., March
30th, 909 10th St. 9 a.m. to
3:00 p.m. Clothes, misc.
items, and more.
Garage Sale: March 30th,
8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 2003
Palm Blvd. No early sales.
Yard Sale: Sat., March 30.
Good maternity clothes,
sizes 7-11; boys' clothes,
sizes infant-6; girls' clothes,
infant. Also odds & ends,
Atari games. 1306 McClel-
lan. 8:00 a.m. -12:00 only. No
early sales, cancelled if rain-
ing.
Yard Sale: Friday and
Saturday, Santa Anna St., St.
Joe. Beach. Also '74 Dodge
van, '72 Mercury.
Yard Sale: 517 9th St., Fri.
& Sat. Boats, motors, trail-
ers, household furnishings,
clothes, jewelry, 1976 LTD
station wagon, cabover
camper & camper shell.
229-6111.
Yard Sale: Several
families. Lots of nice baby
clothes. Friday only. 116
Hunter St., Oak Grove.
Yard Sale: Sat., March 30,
667 Parker Ave., Highland
View. New and used. 8:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


Garage Sale this Friday
and Saturday, the 29th &
30th. 2111 Palm Blvd., 3
families. Clothes, small ap-
pliances, and much more.
Ya'll come!
2 Family Moving Sale:
1903 Garrison Ave. Thurs-
,day, from 9 a.m. till.


FOR QUICK RESULTS,
SELL IT WITH A
CLASSIFIED AD


PIANO TUNING
and Minor Repairs
Local, Reasonable Service
648-8245
4tc 4/7
KEN'S GLASS
Port St. Joe
648-8155
Mirrors & fixed glass, tub &
shower enclosures, etc.
PAINT CONTRACTING
CARPENTRY WORK
Residential, Commercial
& Industrial
Free Estimates
Call Wade Shular
648-8151
4tp 3/7

CLASSIFIED ADS
GET RESULTS!!


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!








Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue
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SPACEVIEW
SATELLITE
SYSTEMS
(FCC Licensed
Technicians)
SALES, SERVICE
& INSTALLATION


227-1590
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MEETING NOTICE
American Legion Post 116
meets 1st Monday each
month at 7:30 p.m.
American Legion Building
Corner of Williams Ave.
& Third St.
Albert Thames,
Commander
Jarrell Smith, Adj.
/ tfc 2/14/85


There will be a regular
communication of Port St.
Joe Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M.


Painting, yard work or
work around your house.
Willie Burrows. 229-6846.
4tc 3/7

" THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 Reid Ave. 229-6954
.Open 7 Days A Week
'Mon. Fri., 8 a.m. 8 p.m.
Sat., 8 a.m. 6 p.m.
Sun., 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
Self service or drop/off
_.tfe 1/6


SEWING & ALTERATIONS
at Home
1317 Long Ave.
Port St. Joe,
229-8829
4tp3/28

Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Thursday, 7:00 P.M., C.S.T.
Wewa Medical Center

We buy, sell and trade us-
ed furniture. Get good prices
for your unwanted furniture.
Country Peddler. 229-8966.
tfc 10/25

COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 1/6



Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
Accounting & Income T-i
Service Small Business/
Individual.
Monthly Accounting
Wauneta Brewer Pat Holmmn
owner Donna Cannon Aussant
Assistant
228 Reid Ave.
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$48;500. ,
Good location 4 BR 3 ba. 3,000 sq. ft. brick veneer home, cen. h/a, fireplace.
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3 BR, 1 ba at 1610 Long Ave. $29,500.
Quiet neighborhood, frame 3 BR, 2 ba, den, separate dining rm, carport,
utility rm. $44,500.
Good retirement home, 2 BR 1 be. masonry, $47,500.
Close to schools, 3 BR, 2 ba, fenced back yard, $51,000.
Ward Ridge, brick 3 BR 2 ba. assumable mortgage, $46,000.
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White City* Mini-farm, pond 3 BRF 1 ba. $40,000.
Howard Creek: 3 BR, 2 be. doublewide trailer, partially furnished, corner lot.
$27,900.
Howard Creek: Large 2 story 5 BR 2 ba Franklin stove, screen porch, util.
room, $47,900.
Cape San Bias: Lovely 1500 sq. ft. energy efficient protected walkway to
beach, 2 car garage. $225,000.
THE BEACHES
St. Joe Beach: Excellent view 2 BR 2 ba, deck, $125,000.
St. Joe Beach: Large brick 3 BR 2 be., fireplace, deck, spring fed pond,
energy' efflcfent, $88,000.
St. Joe Beach: Ocean view, fronting Hwy. 98, corner lot, 3 BR, 2 be., deck,
screen porch, $84,500. Owner financing.
St. Joe Beach: Stilt,house 2 BR 1V2 be., den or study, util. rm., carport.
$89,500.
St. Joe Beach: Beach house, Hwy. 98, frame fireplace, ,screen porch,
$79,000.
St. J Beach.: Duplex, good re& p L 000.
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St. Joe'Beach: 1 block from water, 3 lots together 50'xf25' each. Total price
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Mexico Beach: 100'x100' with water hook-up only $8,800.
Ward Ridge:.One lot 75'x150', $6,600.
Howard Creek: 'A acre, $1,500.
Indian Pass: High and dry, $1.1,500.
Jones Homestead: 2 acres, $8,400.
TOWNHOUSES
Gulf Pines: Duplex, 3 bdrm., 3 be. each side. $176,000.
Cape San Bias Beach: 2 BR 21/ be. $80,000.
St. Joe Beach: New 2 BR 1 V/ be. on Hwy. 98, unobstructed view of Gulf,
dedicated beach, furnished, $63,500. Unfurnished $52,700.
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White City: One acre near canal, $33,300.
Overtreet: Two acre plots on Intercoastal Canal $16,000 ea.
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THURSDAY, MAR. 28, 1985


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Wewahitchka Elementary School Honor Students


Wewahitchka Elementary
School announces the Honor
Roll for the fourth six weeks
grading period.

ALL A's
First grade: Debra Cau-
sey, Jason Fisher, Lakenda
Gaines, Joseph Jackson,
Brian Thomas, Heather
Webb, Chassidy Calhoun,
Crystal Gaskin, Daniel
Glaze, Kenya Gray, Krissi
Hanlon, Jennifer Holmes,
Petra Lester, Russell Miles,
Lindsay. Payne, Augustus


Russ, Kim Dietz, Cynthia
Greene, Brenda Weeks,
Charles Field, Jeannie
Smallwood.
Second grade: Corrina
Copeland, Sharon Holmes
Kelli Jones, Lori Layton,
Kim Kizziah, Jennifer Mar-
quez, Jason Kretzer, Brad
Causey, Kassidy Gray, Ste-
phen Hollopeter, Raymond
Long, Gary Roberts, Eliza-
beth Simmons.
Third grade: Jeremy Prid-
geon, Amy Rich, Daniel


Taunton, Cathy Tremain,
Madena Castleberry, Heath-
er Goodwin, Cynthia Pick-
ron, Rebecca Weeks, William
Johnson.
Fourth grade: Casi Lind-
sey, Carrie Redmon, Amy
Davila, Joy Davis, Anthony
Lee, Ben Linton, Heather
McLemore.
Fifth grade: Kim Burns,
Angela Goodrich, Monica
Weeks.
Sixth grade: Matthew
Birmingham, Heather Whit-


field, Brandi Armstrong,
Amy Waldorff (Note: Amy's
name was left off last six
weeks' honor roll, all A's).
ALL A's and B's
First grade: Dusty
Daniels, Rhonda Edson,
Chris Edwards, Marlene Mit-
chell, David Hysmith, Ste-
phen Pitts, John Gibbs,
Timothy Hysmith, Thomas
Plotke, Michael Young, Eric
Gray, Nichole Holley.
Second grade: Casey Kel-
ley, Tranum McLemore,


Shandreka McNealy, Lee Shebretia Daniels, Tammy
Mims, Rachel Myers, Jamie Davis, Jeffrey Holmes, Kim-
Wood, Bobby Gray, Shanna berly Jones, Stephen Norris,
Forehand, Will Sumner, Ja- Daniel Sims. Beau Whitfield,
son Luckie, Charles Neal, Scottie White. Kelly Cunning-
Melissa Alderman, Cora ham. Mari Goodrich, Connie
Hathcox, Scott Patterson, Lanier. Jeremy Nunnery,
Michael Reed, Kizzy Barnes, Kelvin Williams.
Michael Fisher, Heather Hol- Fourth grade: Stacy Price,
ley, Angelia Kelsoe, Latrell Ray Purswell, Danny Turn-
Kent, Marvin Laurimore, er. Ray Henderson, Kevin
Andee Nelson, Brandi Park- Martin. Janice Mincy, Cherry
er. Dawn Plotke, Jessica Sirmons, Teresa Cain; There-
Taunton. sa Dietz. Stacy Hall, Tameka
Jackson, Michelle Kelly, Be-
Third grade: Kyra Ake, verly Myers. Lisa Scott.


Kleeb Outlines Veterans' Rights to Beach Kiwanis


BY BOB BOWEN
Fred Kleeb, Jr., is another
one of those who came south.
and never went back. Fred,
speaking before the Kiwanis
Club of Mexico Beach, with a
number of the members
veterans themselves, told of
his work as Gulf County's
veteran's service officer. Na-
turally this includes Bay
County's stepchildren who
live in the Port St. Joe area.
Fred was introduced by
Bill Henderson, himself a
veteran along with visiting
Kiwanis Lieuttenant Govern-
or Russell M. Joseph. Mr.
Joseph, also a veteran, wat-
ches over, in addition to
Mexico Beach, Kiwanis
Clubs in Port St. Joe, Pana-
ma City (two clubs), Mari-
anna, Bonifay, Graceville,
and Chipley.
Fred Kleeb is indeed the
epitomy of assisting his
fellow man. When he reitred
from the Army, the grass
was greener in Gulf County
than Pennsylvania. He be-
came the County's service
officer. That job isnot in the
past. Fred serves the Veter-


ans organizations in the area.
He also finds time to visit
hospitals to assist patients.
Fred said, "A veteran can
go to any hospital he wants to
even if his condition is not*
service connected."
He cited that previously a
Bay veteran,. living in the
shadow of the Gulf County
courthouse had to go to the
hospital in Montgomery ra-
ther than Lake City. With
Kleeb's ceaseless work along
with others, this inconveni-
ence was .corrected.
"You folks," Kleeb told the
near capacity meeting, "can
go to any government hospi-
tal you choose. In spite of the
dictations from 'out of your
area" spokesmen, you can
insist on your hospital, ser-
vice connected or not.
"Each veteran has a card.
The person who has a service
connected disability is sup-
posed to have, a purple
triangle on it. That gets him
through the line. first. The
veteran with a nonservice
disability must wait. But he
will get the attention he is
entitled to.


"A veteran who served in
peacetime, but not in war, is
not allowed certain benefits
like a flag and such at
death.."
The sum of Kleeb's mes-
sage is "Go to your veterans'
service officer and by all
means let your wife know the
forms that exist."
Kleeb said you do not have
to go all the way to Panama
City or pay the price of a long
distance call to your own
county seat to discuss bene-
fits. It is nearer for you to go


St. Margaret's Guild Met In
the Rectory On March 18


to the. Gulf County office in
Port St. Joe. It is in the
courthouse.
Fred aired a few inequities
such as if a private or
corporal dies on duty, his
widow's benefits will be $200
a month. A general who dies
on active duty, his wife gets
$900 a month. There have
been recent adjustments,
like a $75 increase for the
enlisted man. Fred quoted
"it costs just as much for one
widow to live as the other:
rent, utilities and what have


you."
Fred repeated "You do not
have to go all the way to
Panama City. Don't let them
turn you away."
No message can be com-
plete without Jimmy Carter.
The past president allowed
incoming Cubans to go to the
veterans hospitals. This last-
ed about two hours. The
service organizations like the
American Legion, Veterans
of Foreign Wars, and others
intervened.
Fred, who came from


Pittsburgh, closed his story
with a bit of humor regarding
a couple who followed the
Steelers.
A neighbor asked the wife'
why she continued to attend
the games when she had
admitted she disliked it. She
said, "I'd rather go with him
than kiss him good-bye. He
chews snuff."
Seriously to all veterans.
You benefits are there. For
the sake of your wife, get
things in order for both
retirement and death.


Chasity Stanley, Darrell'
Vann.
Fifth grade: Cindy Griffin,
Anthony Werden, Lynn Grif-
fin, Charles Nunery, Devon
Avrigian, Verna Cain, Chad
Flowers, Danielle Gillis,
Phillip Goodwin, Emory
Horne, Michael McCorvey,
Adria Muina, Kelly Nations,
Vickie Roberts.


Sixth grade: Deanna At-
kinson, Holly Hays, Dewayne
Layton, Pam Lewis, Ingrid
Muina, Michelle Owens,
Jamie Baker, Sheila Bishop,
Rita Burton, Sandra Holmes,
Michelle Jackson, Katrina
Nunnery, April Weeks, Kris-
tie Hall, Kathy Jones, Denise.
Williams, Jamie Bateman,
Michael Myers.


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Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE


DANIEL W. DUNCAN
,Pastor


MICHAEL HANDY
Minister of Music
& Youth


St. Margaret's Guild of St.
James' Episcopal Church
met Monday afternoon,
March 18 in the rectory. Mrs.
Jackie Huft was the hostess
,for the meeting, and Mrs.
Betty Fensom presented the
program on St. Patrick.
Many interesting and infor-
mative facts were learned
about St. Patrick, a Christian
missionary to Ireland in the
fifth century A.D. The feast
day of St. Patrick is cele-
brated on March 17 by
Irishmen and their descend-
ants all over the world.
Guild members present
were Frances DeBuhr, Lila
Brouillette, Claire Cowherd,
Dot Groom, Virginia Owens,


Thelma Morgan, Alice Ku-
nel, Mary Daughtry, Kath-
erine Parker, Monica Stone,
Ida. Copenhaver, and Lea
Johnsen.
.Alice Core, chairman of the
guild, announced the next
meeting of St. Margaret's
would be Monday, April 15 at
3p.m. at the home of Monica
Soe. Sara Filte w(if present
the program for April.
Margaret Reining made
the announcement that the
Episcopal Church Women
(ECW) will meet next on
Monday, April 1 at 3 p.m. in
the Parish Hall to make the
arrangements for a card
party that will be held in late
April. /


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PAGE SIXTEEN THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. MAR. 28, 1985


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
Case No. 85-19
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of
WOODROW W. WALKER, Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND 'ALL PERSONS IN-
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED the ad-
ministration of the Estate of
.WOODROW W. WALKER, deceased,"
File Number 85-19, Is pending in the Cir-
cult Court for Gulf County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of which is
Gulf County Courthouse, 1000 Fifth
Street, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. The
Personal Representative of the Estate
is Mabethel Walker whose address is P.
0. Box 5013, White City, Florida 32465.
The name and address of the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the Estate are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF IHE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to file
with the Clerk of the above Court a writ-
ten statement of any claim or demand
they may have. Each claim must be in
writing and must Indicate the basis of
the claim, the name and address of the
Claimant or his Agent or Attorney and
the amount claimed. If the claim Is not
yet due, the date when It will become
due shall be stated. If the claim Is con-
tingent or unliquidated, the nature of
the uncertainty shall be stated. If the
claim is secured, the security shall be
described. The Claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies to the Clerk to enable
the Clerk to mall a copy to each Per-
sonal Representative.
All persons Interested In the Estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
.quired, WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF, THE FIRST.
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
any objections they may have that
challenge the va'lidity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the personal
representatives or the venue or jurisdic-
tion of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
DATE of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: March 21,
1985.
x/ MABETHEL WALKER, as Personal
Representative of the estate of
WOODROW W. WALKER, deceased.
WILLIAM J. RISH.
303 4th Street
P. 0. Box 39
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(904).229-8211
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
2t 3/21

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY .
CASE NO. 83-227
VERNELL E. ARMSTRONG,
Plaintiff,
vs. .
THE HEIRS OF WILLIAM B. SMITH, AS
FOLLOWS: CLAUDE B. SMITH,
DECEASED, HIS HEIRS AND SUCCES-
SORS; OTTIS B. SMITH, COLEMAN
SMITH, LINDA CREIGHTON, LONNIE
SMITH, BILLIE MULDOWNEY, AND
ANY OTHER PERSONS, THEIR HEIRS
AND SUCCESSORS, CLAIMING
THROUGH, BY AND UNDER WILLIAM
B. SMITH; COLLECTIVELY REFERRED
TO AS DEFENDANTS, AND OTTIS B.
SMITH AND WIFE, BESSIE G. SMITH;
THE HEIRS OF T. H. SMITH, DECEAS-
ED, HIS HEIRS, AND SUCCESSORS
:AND ANY OTHER PERSON CLAIMING
THROUGH, BY AND UNDER T. H.
SMITH; AND WANDA AND MITCHELL
HORNE, HUSBAND AND WIFE.
Defendants.
'NOTICE OF ACTION: CONSTRUCTIVE
SERVICE
TO: THE HEIRS OF WILLIAM B. SMITH,
AS FOLLOWS: CLAUDE B. SMITH,
DECEASED. HIS HEIRS AND
SUCCESSORS; OTTIS B. SMITH,
COLEMAN SMITH, LINDA
CREIGHTON, LONNIE SMITH,
BILLIE MULDOWNEY, AND ANY
OTHER PERSONS, THEIR HEIRS
AND SUCCESSORS, CLAIMING
THROUGH, BY AND UNDER
WILLIAM B. SMITH; COLLECTIVE-
LY REFERRED TO AS DEFEN-
DANTS, AND OTTIS B. SMITH AND
WIFE, BESSIE G. SMITH; THE
HEIRS OF T. H. SMITH, DECEAS-
ED, HIS HEIRS, AND SUC-
CESSORS AND ANY OTHER PER-
SON CLAIMING THROUGH, BY
AND UNDER T. H. SMITH: AND
WANDA AND MITCHELL HORNE,
HUSBAND AND WIFE.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
concerning the following property in
Gulf County, Florida:
Begin at the NE corner of the NE
quarter of the NE quarter of Sect.
12, T5S. R10W, and run S for 105
feet; thence run W 1110 feet;
thence run N105 feet; thence run E
for 1110 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING, containing 2+-2/3rd
acres, more or less. Lying and be-
ing in Sect. 12, 'T5S, R10W, Gulf
County, Florida. Hereinafter known
as Parcel A.
Fifteen acres clear across the
North part of NE%' of NE'/ Sec. 12,
Twp5S, R10W more particularly
described as follows: Commencing
at NW Corner of NE'A of NE'! Sect
12, Twp5S, R10W Run E 440 yds
thence S 165 yds West 440 yds
North 165yds to point of beginning.
Also, commencing at NW Corner
NE%' of NE'A Sec.12 Twp 5S, R 10
W Run S 165 yds for point of be-
ginning thence run East 70 yds
South 70 yds West 70 yds North 70
yards to point of beginning. All of
the above track containing 16 acres
more or less.
Commencing at the N.W. Cor. of
the NE'A of NE', of Sec. 12 Twp5S,
R10W, running South 185 yards for
point of beginning: Running East
70 yards, thence South 70 yards;
thence West 70 yards thence North
70 yards to point of beginning, con.-
tainlng One acre more or less.
Commencing at the NW Corner of
the NE Quarter of the NE Quarter of
Sect. 12, T5S, R10W, and run E 210
feet; thence run S 105 feet; thence
run W 210 feet; thence run N 105
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.
Being In the NW Corner of the NE
Quarter of the NE Quarter of Sect.
12, T5S, R10W, Gulf County,
Florida.
Begin at the Sout[iwest corner of
the N'A of the S'/ of N'! of Sec-


tlon 12, Twp 5 South Rge 10 West
and run North 210 ft; thence run
East for 1320 ft; then run South 210
ft; thence run West 1320 feet to the
Point of Beginning. Containing
6-3/8 acres, and said land lying &
being In Section 12, Twp 5 South,
Rge 10 West, Gulf County, Fla.
That portion of the NW Quarter of


the NE Quarter ly
East of State Road
South-Half (S-'/) of
Quarter ISE-%) of
Quarter (SE-'/)l. of S
S, Rge 10 West.
All of the South h
quarter of the SE q
the East side of Sta
Section 1, Townst
Range 10 West,
Florida subject, ho
estate therein expi
to OTTIS B. SMI
BESSIE G. SMITH.
has been filed against y
required to serve a copy
defenses, if any, to it o
SYFRETT, Plaintiff's a
address is P. O. Box 118
Florida 32401, on or befi
and file the original w
this court either before
Plaintiff's attorney o
thereafter; otherwise a
entered against you
demanded In the comply
Dated this 18th day o
JERRY GATES,
Clerk of the Court
By: Is/ Tonya Knox, Dep


IN THE CIRCUIT C
TEENTH JUDICIAL' CI
STATE OF FLORIDA,
GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage of
JESSIE L. FOWLER,
Husband, Petitlone
And
CLAUDELL WALL FOW
Wife, Respondent.
NOTICE OF
TO: Claudell Wall Fowl
Winder, Georgia 30
YOU ARE HEREBY fN
Petition for Dissolution
been filed against you
quired to serve a copy
or other response to
Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. M/
P. 0. Box 2
Port St. Joe, Flor
and file the original thi
cult Court Clerk's Offli
Courthouse, Port St. Jo
on or before the 11th dl
If you fall to do so, a Fin
the relief sought may
Default.
DATED this the 11th
1985.
JERRY GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Isl Tonya Knox,
Deputy Clerk

IN THE CIRCUIT C
TEENTH .JUDICIAL CII
STATE OF FLORIDA,
GULF COUNTY.

IN RE: The Estate of
GERALD K. DORMANY
NOTICE OF ADMINI
TO ALL PERSONS Hi
OR DEMANDS AGAINST
ESTATE AND ALL
TERESTED IN THE EST
YOU ARE HEREBYIN
ministration of the Est
K. DORMANY, deceased
85-10, is pending In theC
Gulf County, Florida, P
the address of which
Courthouse, Port St. Joe
The Personal Represei
Estate is Wistalone S. E
address Is Howard Cre
name and address o
representative's attorney
below.
All persons havir
demands against the
qulred, WITHIN TH
FRQM THE DATE C
PUBLICATION OF THIS
with the Clerk of the ab
ten statement of any c
they may have. Each c
writing and must Indic
the claim, the name an
Claimant or his Agent
the amount claimed. If
yet due, the date when
due shall be stated. If t
tingent or unliquldated
the uncertainty shall b
claim is secured, the s
described. The Claims
sufficient copies to the
the Clerk to mail one c
sonal Representative.


Toward U




Public Notices


All persons interested in the Estate-
to whom a copy of this Notice of.Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
any objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the personal
representatives or the venue or jurisdic--
tion of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
DATE bf the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: March 21,
1985.
/sI WISTALONE S. DORMANY, as
Personal 'Representative of
the estate of
GERALD K. DORMANY, deceased.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Ceql G. Costin, Jr,
413 Williams Avenue
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Telephone: (904) 227-1159
2t 3/21

NOTICE
Persons wishing to file as candidates
In the City of Port St. Joe election to be
held May 14, 1985, for the following of-
fices, must do so on or before April 24.
1985:
MAYOR-COMMISSIONER
COMMISSIONER, GROUP I
COMMISSIONER, GROUP 11
Forms for filing are available In the
City Clerk's Office, Municipal Building,
Port St. Joe, Florida.
CITY of PORT ST. JOE
By: /s/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor/Clerk 5t 3/21
NOTICE
Absentee Ballots for the Regular
Election to be held May 14, 1985, may
be requested in person, by mall or by
telephone at the City Clerk's Office,
Port St. Joe, Florida, if you come within
the purview of definition of an "absent
elector." Absentee Ballots will be mall-
ed, delivered or may be voted In person
as soon as Ballots are printed Im-
mediately following Candidate
Qualification Deadline which is April
24, 1985. If there is a Run-Off Election,
Absentee Ballots may be requested
beginning May 15, 1985. Completed
Absentee Ballots must be received In
the City Clerk's Office by 7:00 P.M.,
E.D.T., May 14, 1985, for the Regular
Election and by 7:00 P.M., E.D.T., May
28, 1985, If there Is a Run-Off Election.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: is/ L A. Farrls,
City Auditor/Clerk 8t 3121


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nderstanding...Are Mi

by The Rev. Jerry R. Huft the rationalists. natural part o
Rector, St. James' Episcopal For instance, they said that believe that Goc
Church, Port St. Joe Moses had crossed a marsh sustains all thing
and not the Red Sea. Pha- it is reasonable
ing North and We can say with confidence raoh, with his heavy chariots should intervene
71. that Christians believe in got bogged down and perish- -events, to fulf
the Southeast miracles, more-or-less. ed in the swamp. Whether or not
the Southeast For several centuries They said that when Josh- reasonable is
ection1wp Christians accepted miracles ua wanted to cross the quence. They

hal of the sw as a matter of fact. Indeed, drdan River into Canaan, an God-is sovereig]
quarter lying on the majority of Christian earthquake caused a rock and logic are a
ate Road 77 and
ship 5 South, teachings are founded on a slide which stopped the flow. rationale.
Gulf County, belief in miracles. This gave the Hebrew army Christians of
wever, to a life But a powerful influence time to get across. don't see miracle
resaly reserved
ITH 'and wife, shook the foundations of this They reasoned that a vir-.
belief in the seventeenth and gin was likely to be a young
ou and you are eighteenth centuries. A philo- girl. Therefore the virgin Deadlin
y of your written Jraliin'(
n RAYMOND L. sophical movement called birth occurred to a young
ttorndy, whose empiricism flourished in Eu- girl. Obviously, they said, (Crop his
6, Panama City, rope and America in those .Mary was a young girl but
ore May 9, 1985.
ith the clerk of years. The religious expres- not a virgin. March 31 is th
re service on sion of the movement was It also seemed logical that apply for Crop
Ir immediately called deism. people might have pockets in corn grain s
defeat wirel be Great thinkers like Bacon, their garments that could soybeans in
aint or petition. Hobbs, and Locke were the hold food. Therefore when according to Jol
if March, 1985. strongest philosophers and the little boy unselfishly Jr., a represent
theologians of the period, offered his bread and fish, Federal Crop Ir
puty Clerk They affirmed the supreme the hearts of the crowd were portion (FCIC
4t 321 right of reason to determine touched and they pulled out Crop Insurani
reality. Under this system of their own food and began to avoidable loss
OURT, FOUR- thinking, revelation cannot share. resulting from
RCUIT OF THE teach anything which is To keep this short I have other condition
IN AND FOR contrary to reason, oversimplified the examples earthquake, or
Bacon, to his credit, didn't above. But at least these "Three cove
tamper with religious faith, illustrations show how people (50, 65, or 75
ir, He thought faith was a were thinking in those days. available for in
separate category which was The churchmen of the period tection. Additi(
LERI above reason. However, didn't care how much strain offers three o0
SUIT some religious philosophers they put on grammar or elections for va
aer took his system of thought vocabulary- they felt they tion lost or dar
IOTIFIED that a and applied it liberally to the must prove everything in the Lawrence.
of Marriage has Christian religion. Bible with a natural explana- A new Cro
and you are re- These lesser minds thought tion.. They wanted to plan called Ac
of your AnswerplncaedA
the' Petition on that Christianity would be strengthen Christianity, but tion History (A]
more attractive if it were in fact the effect was often able this year to
OORE more reasonable. Thus the opposite. corn, grain so
Ida 32456 deism was born, with its Meanwhile both science, nuts, cotton ai
ereof in the Cir- emphasis on .natural expla- and philosophy were using ducers of these
e, Gulf County nations for supernatural empirical thinking as a step- now qualify for
,a, Florida 32456, "o.... .y-o
y of April, 1985. events. : ping stone. Keen observers guarantees by
alt Judgment for Bacon and others like him realized its limitations and yield history.
be granted by were free-thinkers who want- moved on in search of more been developed
day of March, ed to-release natural science comprehensive explanations duced premium
from the bonds of supersti- for natural phenomena. By ducers with a
tion and illogical thinking, itself, empiricism-had failed yields. "This
They did not approve of the to unlock the secrets of the sharply reduce
4t 3/14 free-handed use of their cosmos. Students of these carrying Crop
methods, when 'applied to disciplines discovered that says Lawrence
*OURT, FOUR- Christianity. They were will- empirical thought was an
RCUIT OF THE ing to restrict empirical academic milestone, but it
IN AND FOR thinking to the knowledge didn't mark the end of the
Case No..8510 which might be gained from road.
IN PROBATE observing natmur And they This same kind of progress
were happy to keep a sharp was not found in the major
MISTRATION distinction between such makers of the modern theo-
AVWING CLAIMS knowledge and faith. logical mind. For some curi-
ST THE ABOVE Empiricism has drastical- ous reason there are still
PERSONS IN- ly altered the way all of us many important theologians
OTIFIED the ad- think. Without it, the scienti- and preachers who,cling to
ate of GERALD fic age could not have natural explanations for su-
Circt Court f downed. And wherever this pernatural events. Lilk their
rebate Division, scientific mode of thinking predecessors, they have the
is Gulf County has been applied to Christi- notion that intelligent people
Florida 32v anity, it has drastically af- will not hear their message if
Dormany, whose fected the way people look at they don't offer rational
aek, Florida. The miracles and the spiritual explanations for miracles.
f the personal m. Such Christians are willing Honorable
Religious thinkers who to ignore the lessons of Board of Cc
ng claims or used the system began to say history, where faith in the
Estate are re- that if biblical revelation was unexplainable has altered Honorable
IF THE FIRST not "reasonable" it was not the course of human events. Board of Cc
S NOTICE to file acceptable. This meant that They have, forgotten that a
ove Courta writ- miracles had to be given belief in miracles is the
elam or demand
laim must be in rational explanations if they ground on which Christian
ate the basis of were to be retained by the doctrine stands. Unlike the
d address of the faithful. modern scientific com-
the claim is not This concept drove religi- munity, they are not willing
n it will become ous teachers into a frenzy as to permit the existence of
Sthe nature of they attempted to "natur- unexplainable events.
be stated. If the alize" miracles and make In the midst of philosophi-
security shall be them more "reasonable." cal Christianity there exists a
nt shall deliver This effort marked the begin- corps of believers who accept
opy to each Per- ning of a long struggle to miracles at face value. To
make miracles acceptable to them they are a normal and


f life. They
d created and
gs. For them,
le that God
e in natural
ill his will.
miracles are
of no conse-
believe that
n, his reason
above human

this stripe
les as simple



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which need rational explana-
tions. Miracles are current in
their lives, and they are
happening everywhere.
They believe that faith is
the key to experiencing the
power of miracles. Faith
reveals the truth which sup-
ports biblical miracles. And
faith is the fertile ground for
the mighty acts of God in our
own day.
One of the important les-
sons I have learned about
miracles is this, if you don't
expect them, you are not
likely to recognize them. And
if you are still thinking the
way folks in the seventeenth
and eighteenth centuries did,
you will find a logical ex-
planation for every spiritual
experience that comes your
way.
As I said before, Christians
believe in miracles, more-or-
less. What do you think about
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T4X IMPACT OF PROPERTY APPRAISAL


ADJUSTMENT BOARD




MEMBERS OF THE BOARD
Jimmy 0. Gortman/
Everett Owens, Jr. Honor able Taylor

county Commissioners District No. 4 Board of County Commissioners District No. J--
Douglas C. Birmingham Honorable Ted Whitfield
county Commissioners District No. 2 School Board District No. 2


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School Board District No.


3ffi6?l4


The Property Appraisal Adjustment Board meets each year to review complaints regarding property
tax assessment and exemptions.

The purpose of the board is to enhance fairness in property taxes by correcting errors when they are
found to exist.

THE FOLLOWING TABLE SUMMARIZES THIS YEAR'S ACTION BY THE BOARD


Column I Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Coluk,

Type Number of Total Number of Total Number Reduction Loss in
of Exemption Number of Ass"Uments of Requests in Taxable Tax
Property Requests Exemption Reduced ky : for Value Due Dollars*
Granted by Requests the Board Assessment to Board
the Board Reductions Action

Residential 1 i10 11 23 2350,988.( 0$2,7 6.OU

Commercial 0 1 -0 -0 -

Industrial
and
Miscellane-


Agricul-
tural

Business 4 1 -0- -0-
Machinery
and
Equipment

Vacant Lots 7 22 74,785 O 1,095.78
and Acreage

TOTALS 1 10 18 50 I305,773. CO$5,831.7 8

ALL TAXPAYERS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT BOARD ACTIONS WHICH REDUCE
TAXABLE VALUE CAUSE TAX RATES APPLICABLE TO ALL PROPERTY TO BE
PROPORTIONALLY HIGHER


Questions concerning the actions taken by this Board may be addressed to the chair-
person or clerk at the following telephone numbers:
a ...,',/ 904/229-6112


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CLERK


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