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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1985
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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ITH SAR
Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida


FORTY-EIGHT YEAR, NUMBER 37


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1985


25C Per Copy


City


Voters Approve 3 Franchises


Peters Nudges Ramsey by 90 Votes In Lone Commission Race


Only 41.7 percent of Port St. Joe's
2,822 registered voters went to the polls
Tuesday. Those who cast their votes
decided in a great majority to keep
the three utilities under franchise
which already serve the city's needs


Gas had the 766 to 346 vote approval to
continue operating in Port St. Joe.
The election ended an eight year
tenure for Wesley R. Ramsey, who
was seeking re-election to the Group
II post.


June 4.
When the voting machines were
open after the day of balloting, Peters
led by a narrow 41 vote majority of 603
to 562. Peters received 76 of the 103
absentee, ballots counted for his
679-589 margin.


41.7% of Electors Cast Ballots


Voting Polls at the Fire Station did a brisk business day to cast their ballots in the Municipal election and. to
Tuesday, as a constant flow of people came in during the decide on three utility franchises. '--Star photo
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and decided to change one Commis-
sioner of the five-man board.
Counting absentee ballots, there
were 1,279 ballots cast in 'the election
which saw only one Commission race
on the agenda, along with the three
franchise questions, which would
extend the working agreements of
Florida Power Corporation, St. Jos-
eph Telephone and Telegraph Com-
pany and St. Joe Natural Gas
Company for an additional 30 years.
Florida Power Corporation won a.
new franchise by a vote of 767 to 262.
St. Jbseph Telephone and Telegraph
Company had its contract approved
by a 763 to 248 majority. St. Joe
Natural Gas had the closest totals, but
even this firm won approval of its
relationship with the city by a
two-to-one majority. St. Joe Natural


Nathan Peters, Jr., who has
sought election to the Commission on
three other occasions, was successful
this time, polling a plurality of 90
votes to win his first chance at sitting
on the Commission. Peters polled 679
votes to 589 for the incumbent in what
he called his "strongest bid ever" for
election. "I worked harder this time
than I ever have before", Peters
said.
The Sylvachem employee ran on a
platform of accomplishing several
public works improvements as his
aim.
Ramsey, who ran a very low-key
campaign, ran on the record of
accomplishment and improvements
in the city during the past eight years.
Peters will take office at the first
meeting in June, which is Tuesday,


NATHAN PETERS, JR.
Winner in fourth attempt
at commission seat.


Circuit Court


Murder Case Will Highlight 12 Case*

Docket Set for Trial Starting" Mondav


Circuit Judge Don Sirmons, the
t nWi't judge"in the 14th'Ci-ciit, will
be on the bench Monday when court
.convenes in the Gulf County coutrt-
'room. It will be Judge Sirmons first
appearance in Gulf -Codnty as a
Circuit Judge.
Facing the newly-appointed
Judge will be a docket of 11 chses.
Scheduled for trial during the'
week beginning Monday are:
-Jack Amerson, charged with.
burglary of a structure and resisting
arrest with violence.
-Tommy Baker, burglary of a
dwelling.
-Paul Wright, aggravated as-
. sault, assault of a law officer and
resisting arrest with violence.


-Steven Adam Messick, burglary
of a 'Tw fli, grand theft, and two'
counts of burglary of a structure.
-Anthony L. Barker, grand theft
auto, two counts of burglary of a
dwelling and dealing in stolen pro-
perty.
-John Dykes, criminal mischief,
resisting arrest with violence and two
counts of battery on .a law officer.
--Frank A. LeHardy, battery on a
law officer, loitering and prowling,
disorderly intoxication.
--Wilburn R. Gillian, carrying a
concealed weapon.
-Jason Dykes, attempted sexual
battery. .
-Archie Daniels, aggravated as-
sault with a deadly weapon.


-Bobby Gene Rtenfco, two counts ..
of burglary of a structure.
MURDER TRIAL
The entire week of May 28 has
been set aside in Gulf County Circuit
Court has been aside for a murder
trial.
Veteran judge Fred Turner will
be presiding for the expected four-day
trial when Clyde D. Yeomans is
placed -on trial for "the January
murder of Ricky Harper.
Yeomans is charged with shooting
Harper.with a .22 rifle while the two
were riding in a boat on the
Intracoastal Canal.
Yeomans will be tried for murder
in the first degree, which carries a
possible death penalty.


Beach Cop Suspended


Charged with Using Undue Force for


Mexico Beach Police Chief
Theo Harris told The Star
yesterday one of his officers,
Dennis Ake, will face a fact
finding review board on a,
charge of using undue force
in an arrest on May 5.
Ake is charged with strik-
ing Chuck Price, 42, with a
nightstick several times af-
ter arresting Price in front of
the mobile home where he
(Price) was staying at the
time. Price is a musician who
was appearing at a .Mexico
Beach restaurant at the. time
of the arrest.
Price has said Ake follow-
ed him to the mobile home
after Price had finished work


for the night. Price and some
of the members of his band
stated Ake hit Price with his
stick several -times for no
apparent reason.
Ake is refusing to make a
statement until the review
board meets to consider the
incident.
Tuesday night, the Mexico
Beach Council was faced
with a standing room only
crowd in the Town Hall, when
they met to consider the
charges against their police-
man and decide what course
of action to take.
Councilman Al Cathey
said, "The city hasn't been
charged in the matter, but if


the matter goes to court, we
will probably be involved."
Cathey said the official
position of the City at the
present time is that Ake has
been suspended from duty
with pay until the fact finding
review board can meet. The
board will be made up of a
representative selected by
Price, one by Ake and one
selected by the two mem-
bers.
Chief Harris said, "There
are no charges filed against
Ake as yet, so he doesn't have
to file a plea of guilty or
innocent. Mr. Price has filed
a brutality complaint against
Ake and the board meeting


Arrest


will decide whether or not his
claim has enough merit to
file charges".
Marion Hough, a resident
of St. Joe Beach read a'
prepared text at the Town
Council Tuesday night, and
stated complaints against the
Mexico Beach Police Depart-
ment in general and officer
Ake specifically. She claimed
patrolman Ake was unquali-
fied to be a police officer.
Chief Harris said Ake had
been a dispatcher and cor-
rections officer for the Gulf
County Sheriff's Department
for five years and joined the
Mexico Beach force a little
over a month ago. "We have
never had any problem with
him and his former employer
gave him a good report after
five years of service, before
we hired him", Harris said.
The review board is to
report back to the Mexico
Beach Council within 30 days
with a recommendation in
the matter.
During the meeting Tues-
day night, Chief Harris said a
three-page petition was pre-
sented to the Town Council
with a "lot of names" on it,
calling for Ake's dismissal.
"They said they had 115
names on the petition, but it
hasn't been examined as
yet", Chief Harris said.
Chief Harris said that
before taking any official
position in the matter, his
Department and the Town
Council would thoroughly
investigate the charges in an
attempt to find out what
really happened.


Port St. Joe's Merchant's
Division will be sponsoring
their second Sunshine Home-
coming celebration Satur-
day, June 1.
According to Merchants
Division chairman, Wayne
Taylor, "We had a tremen-
dous public response to the
first celebration of this kind
we held last year. We had
many people ask us to do it
again because they enjoyed it
very much. Well, we're going
to do it again and hope people
will participate and enjoy the
event again."
Sunshine Homecoming is a
beginning of the summer
season happening. It will


include turning Rei'd Avenue,
between First and Fifth
Streets into a giant flea
market, with no vehicles
allowed on the street. The
street will be open all day
long to browsers, visitors and
shoppers:
Taylor ,says anyone may
put a flea market booth in the
street, but. first you must
check with City Clerk Alden
Farris at the City .Hall to be
assigned a space and pay
him a small fee for the space.
"We're not trying to make
money out of these fees. We
just want to sponsor an
enjoyable day in a relaxed
summer atmosphere", Tay-


lor said.
Taylor said, that in addi-
tion to the flea market
atmosphere, there will be fun
things to do such as partici-
pate in the many food booths
which will be set up by local
civic and church groups.
There will be a "dunking
booth" to dunk a celebrity.
There will be entertainment
and exhibits all along the
street.
Taylor said that anyone
who wishes to place an
exhibit or a sales booth in the
street on June 1, should call
Clerk Farris as soon as
possible and get their space
assigned.


Firms Battle Over Water



Rights for Gulf Beaches


S. Gulf Coast Utilities Asksfor Franchises


The County Corimission took on some of the
atmosphere of the Old West and battles over water rights
Tuesday, as two water films--one in operation and the
other wanting to get into operation-traded debate over
whether a franchise for the second firm should be granted
by the County.
Pat Floyd, local attorney, representing Gulf Coast
Utilities, Inc., announced at a meeting two weeks ago that
the. firm was interested in securing a franchise to operate
'water arid sewer services in that area of Gulf County south
-of Oak Grove and west of Highway 98. Floyd said the firm
is going to do a sizeable development in the Indian Pass
area and would put in water supply services and sewage
treatment facilicities for their development. They wished
to also extend the two utilities to the remainder of the
developing area to serve those people also.
Floyd had asked for an exclusive franchise for sewer
services and a non-exclusive franchise for water. His
reason was that there was already a water company in
operation in the Cape San Bias area. Tuesday, Floyd
asked that both franchises be granted as non-exclusive
agreements.
Floyd said the firm he represents would furnish
adequate water and sewer service to the entire area. He
said numerous complaints had been filed on the present
water system, which was only recently sold by its
founders, Stubbs and Hannon of Tallahassee. Floyd said
that since the firm he represents announced their plans,
there had been a "flurry of activity" by the present
system to make improvements. The attorney said the
present system is inadequate for future growth, and
reasoned his firm should be granted a franchise without
any problem. He asked that the two franchises be
approved at the meeting Tuesday.
Betty McNeill, chairman of the Gulf Planning
Committee which was appointed by the county about two
months ago to look into creating a sewer district in this
area, reported to the Commission her committee was
meeting with the Florida Community Services Corpora-
tion yesterday and would be glad to consider Floyd's
proposals at the meeting. She asked that the Commission
delay their decision until after the meeting with officials
in Tallahassee.
Langdon Flowers, of Thomasville, one of the group
which has purchased the Cape San Bias water system
acknowledged the system was in "pitiful shape when we
bought it. We're making it better'". Flowers said the water
company was presently drilling a test well in the Indian
Pass area in preparation to drilling a 16-inch supply well.
"We're going to put a storage tank on the Peninsula to
provide more continuous service and better water
pressure. We're making improvements so we can
adequately serve the area and meet their need for water".
Flowers asked that the new franchise be denied until his
firm, Floyd's firm and Mrs. McNeill's committee could
possibly meet and come up with an agreement.
Floyd pointed out his firm was interested in getting
started to furnish services to a development they wanted
to get underway. "We need to know what we have before
we start building", Floyd said.
Mrs. McNeill then said her committee would be glad
to meet with Floyd that afternoon and hear his proposal.
After the rhetoric debated the matter for nearly 45
minutes, Commissioner Billy Branch made a motion to
deny the water franchise request and set up a workshop to
consider further the matter of a sewer system franchise.
Branch's motion received the unanimous approval of the
Commission.
AMBUANCE SERVICE
Attorney William J. Rish reported to the Commission
he and ambulance service director Andy Millergren had
been able to work out an agreement with the State of
Florida to issue a variance to the state ambulance rules, if


the county would approve an expenditure of about $1,000
to place certain equipment on the vehicles. "This would
allow us to comply with the advance life support
requirement of the state and still not force us to spend a lot
of money for services we wouldn't use regularly''.
Rish said he and Millergren .had worked out an
agreement with Gulf Pines Hospital, Dr. Jorge San Pedro,
in charge of emergency medicine at the hospital and with
Mexico Beach. "They'll furnish the trained personnel the
state says we need", Rish said.
JAIL SUIT SETTLEMENT?
After nearly three years of dodging Department of
Corrections demands and, more recently, a suit against
the county filed in court-it appears as if Gulf County and
the DOC are just before signing a peace treaty.
Sheriff Al Harrison said an agreement has been
reached where the county can get out from under DOC's
thumb if they will. spend another $6,500 on some metal
doors between the administrative offices and the
detention areas and place automatic fire extinguishers
over the range in the jail kitchen, and provide two more
corrections officers, the DOC will remove their suit.
In the past DOC has demanded the county hire eight
more corrections officers. Sheriff Harrison said the latest
agreement is that the county should hire one new officer to
begin work on July 1 and a second person to begin work on
October 1, when the new budget goes into effect.
Sheriff Harrison estimated it would cost the county an
additional $3,500 to pay another man from July 1 to
October 1. The money will be taken from the Sheriff's
contingency fund.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters, the Commission:
-Agreed to contract with Baskerville-Donovan
Engineers, Inc., to begin work on replacing the Pleasant
Rest Cemetery bridge. The firm will do design work and
inspect several used concrete bridge sections the county
has purchased, to see if they are suitable for the project.
The county had wanted to get by with an expenditure of
some $50,000, but Morris Clark and Ned McMath,
representing the engineering firm, said the project
would cost an estimated $200,000. They said that if the
concrete sections can be used, the county will save several
thousands of dollars in the cost of the bridge.
-Sent attorney William J. Rish to Tallahassee with a
resolution Tuesday, asking that the Highland View Water
District be abolished. The community recently was tied
into the new beaches water system, which gets its water
from the Port St. Joe treatment system.
-Filed a strong protest with the U.S. Corps of
Engineers concerning using sloughs on the Apalachicola
River as spoil sites for their dredging. An easement for
spoil in the vicinity of Corley Slough was also presented at
the meeting to be used as a site for spoil presently placed
in the mouth of Corley Slough. The Commission has been
working for some four years to get the easement so the
Corps could re-open the slough. Other sloughs have been
closed or partially closed along the river by the Corps'
dredging.
-Adopted a request made by Wayne Childers,
president of the St. Joseph Historical Society that the state
at least maintain the present level of funding at the
Constitution Park Museum. Childers said a fund cut-back
by the state has resulted in a reduction in personnel and
possibly more cuts to come. "We don't want. to see the
museum phased out", Childers said.
-Studied a report from the U.S. Department of
Interior that the problems had been worked out in the
official description of the Beacon Hill Lighthouse property
and stating the property would probably be placed for sale
within a few months. Gulf County has been trying to
secure the property for several years, with plans to use
the property for a park.


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Editorials and Comments


THE STAR


THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1985


The news media is leaving no
stone unturned in reminding us of
the 40th anniversary of the end of
the war in Europe against Nazi
-Germany these days. It's hard for'
those of us who lived through the
war years to realize it has been 40
- years since such historic happen-
ings as Dunkirk, the Battle of the
Bulge, Bastonge, D-Day, Norman-
7 dy, etc., were a .part of our
everyday conversation.
: It seems like only a few years
ago we,had to have ration stamps
to purchase things like sugar,
gasoline, shoes, meat, canned,
3 goods, tooth paste and coffee. A tire
for one's automobile was almost
3 impossible to come by and it wasn't
worth a flip if you could get a new'
one. And, one didn't go very far on
the. three gallons of gasoline
per week allowed for most drivers.
Now the veterans of that war
are beginning to be our elderly
men. The kids are studying the
S"Big War" in their history classes
and we're observing the 40th
.= anniversary of a war to end all
" Wars, which seemed to have
Happened only yesterday.
- While the war seems to have
been only a short while ago, it has
still been long enough back until we
think most of us had begun to forget
some of the extreme unpleasant-
ness during those years.
There were the concentration


Its Com

Everybody seemed to have a
good time last year during the
Sunshine Homecoming days, spon-
sored by the Retail Merchants. You--:-
r ..r imember__iftwas aiy orIosmg
--,Reid Avenue to traffic and putting
up flea market type stalls on the
street 'and featuring a day of
browsing, entertainment 'and en-
joying the spring weather.
The merchants are sponsoring
E another such day this year on
Saturday, June 1,. which will be
almost identical to the special day
last year. There has been very few
activities sponsored here in Port
St. Joe which, were received any
better than the Sunshine Saturday
of strolling up the avenue.
J We don't think anybody made a
great lot of money. There wasn't an
over-abundance of merchandise
.sold.n There was, however, a sense


of neighbor
air which h
the summe


rhood and leisure in the
ended to the beginning of
r season here in Port St.


camps, the extermination camps of
the Germans and the death mar-
ches of prisoners of war in the
South Pacific. There was the
extermination of every living resi-
dent of Lidice, Poland by the
Germans in retaliation for an act of
espionage against the invading
German army. All of these things
seemed to have faded in our
memory and replaced with nostal-
gia and memories of heroism.
That's one of the reasons we
can't get overly excited about
President Reagan's visit he paid to
Bitberg and Bergen-Belsen.
Veterans and Jews alike bit-
terly opposed the visit to Bitberg.
Even though we can understand
the chagrin of both groups, we
must recognize that these visits
caused us to focus in again on how
inhuman man can be toward other
men during this 40th anniversary
period of focusing on the nostalgic.
We personally appreciate the re-
minder that World War II was no
"gentleman's war". It was fought
in a brutal manner by brutal people
on a brutal mission.
The President's visit recalled
for us that one shouldn't listen to
such claims as the Nazis made
during the 30's about wanting only
peace, especially during these days
of dealing in disarmament with the
Russians. At least the visit to
Bitberg cemetery reminds us we
had better not believe all we hear.


nig Again

Joe.
The merchants learned a few
things last year about how to put on
such a -day and will probably
benefit byf it this year. Since last
year's celebration was the first, it
was expected that things would be
sort of dis-jointed. You come back
to this year's version, on Saturday,,
June 1, and see the improvements
which have been made.
We guarantee you will enjoy it.

Lean?
We understand the bill for
financing public services is rising
along with everything else. With
the cost of everything' else going
up, public service is bound to cost
more too.
With a $14 billion budget in the
wings, what we can't understand is
how one of the area's leading
dailies can headline the budget
news, "House, Senate panels pass
LEAN state budgets.


Kesley Colbert's Country Column


Yeah -

I found out the other day
that Bruce Springsteen got
married. Now, as you might
well imagine that didn't
shake me up too much, see-
ing as how I'd never heard of
Bruce Springsteen before.
From the sound of his name I
would have guessed him to
be a professional wrestler
but my son enlightened me
as to the profession of Mr.
Springsteen. No wonder that
I'd never heard of him. I
knew he couldn't have been a
country music singer -


But This Isn't Rome


those guys have names like
Roy and Buck, Hank and
Lefty; and George is not a
bad name for a real singer.
Of course when I learned
that he got married at some-
thing like 3 o'clock in the
morning I should have
known then that he was
either a night watchman or a
rock singer. Thing that puz-
zles me now is at 3 a.m.
was Bruce just coming in or
was he just getting up? I
guess the ole boy is pretty
smart by marrying at that


hour, at least, the entire day
wouldn't be a total loss.
Shucks, if it don't work out,
he can just say the whole
thing was a bad dream.
To the best of my recollec-
tion I also got married at 3
o'clock, but I believe it was
in the afternoon. Somehow it
just never dawned on me
that you could get married
before the sun came up. I'd
' like to give you an upclose
and personal account of my
wedding but I really can't
remember too much about


it. I do remember that on our
wedding day my wife didn't
say anything about adding
on to our house. She was
polite enough to wait 10
years before she decided we
needed more room. I wonder
if Bruce's new bride has told
him yet that the kitchen is
too small and that they need
another bathroom? Of
course I'm not sure that rock
singers live in houses so my
good friend Bruce may not
face the same problems that
I've got.


Reminder That



Man Is Brutal


Nothing Remains the Same; An Observant Person will See Cl


I GUESS NOTHING remains the
same day in and day out. Everything
is constantly changing. I suppose you
could say it's what makes the world go
around.
Most of us have had to deal with
going back to what we called home in
younger days and experienced the
shock of change from what we
remembered as the "good old days".
If we're astute enough, we see the
subtle day to day changes going on
around us. They're happening all' the
time, you know. Nothing is exactly the
same as it was yesterday. Every day I
grow older, I'm more and more
startled by the enormity of the
changes experienced constantly in my
life and in my surroundings.
ONE EXAMPLE OF change is
Harry Lee Smith's now-famous pick-
up truck. For years and years, Harry
Lee's pick-up truck has been on its
last legs. It has served as sort of a
land-mark here in Port St, Joe for at
least one generation and is dangerous-
ly close to completing the second.
Looking at his truck the other day, I


don't believe there was an original
part left on it, except the dashboard in
the cab. Even Harry Lee will admit to
the fact that over the years, the brand
name of his truck has gradually


We're going back in history here.
When Harry Lee's truck first got old
enough to start breaking down and
start needing repairs, Port St. Joe had
only one parts store.


ETAOIN SHRDLU

By: W


evolved from what was originally a
Ford to the point where it could now
more legitimately be called a
"NAPA". You know why it's a
"NAPA" don't you? Dick Lamber-
son's parts store is just two doors
from Harry Lee's house and since the
truck has broken down that often
during the past 20 or 30 years, Harry
Lee purposely moved within walking
distance of a parts store.


bondo and completely filled up all the
rust spots on the truck. He has painted
it a nice cool light blue and even killed
the termites in the plywood bed.
It's a thing of beauty to behold.


esley R. Ramsey


Anyhow, even Harry Lee's truck
changes. It has done so within the past
two or three weeks. If it were not for
the ancient lines, the plywood bed
which has replaced a metal bed which
rusted away many eons ago, the
bulldog on the radiator cap and the
distinctive paper mill felt carpet in
the floorboard, one would hardly know
it was Harry Lee's truck.
He has taken a five gallon can of


THERE'S ANOTHER CHANGE
coming you probably weren't aware
of. Florida's state seal design is being
changed.
Like I said; nothing is constant.
Only the orange groves. in the
background will remain untouched in
the state seal. Everything else will get
a refurbishing.
Of course, the orange groves


replaced a range of mountains on the
seal several years ago. So, even
though the grove won't be changed,
it's still change from the original.
The Indian maid will get a new
outfit; the palmetto shrub will be
trimmed, the sun's rays will be
intensified and the flowers changed.
Even the ship will be changed to a
more sea-worthy vessel.
It will still be the same old seal
with the same shape, but it'll be
different.
Change is all around us. *
** + +++++
YOU HAVE ALREADY been
bombarded from every angle telling
you of the change in Coca-Cola. Even
after nearly 100 years of being the
same, a subtle change has been made
in Coke.
So they tell us. I still don't believe
they have changed the formula. I
believe it is just a gimmick to get
everybody in the world to try it to see
just what the change is. If half the
people of the world take a tAste
sample to see what the change is all
about that's a lot of Coke.


Tides
The tide action h
Joseph's Bay is shown
tide table below. Hig
low tides for each day
upcoming week are Hli
their respective column


iange
It doesn't seem feasible that a
company manufacturing a diet pro-
duct which is setting all sales records
would add some sugar to another
product, when the trend seems to be
away from the sugar.
+ + + + +
AND, IF YOU ARE particularly
observant, you would have noticed the
picture at the top of this unique prose
has been changed. You probably
weren't expecting it for another ten
years or so, since thepicture was just
changed a few weeks back. If one
photo will do me for ten or twelve
years, it was only natural to assume
the second one would be good for
equally as long.
Well, the truth is, Frenchie came
in one evening about six wepks ago
and said, "Get up and run a damp
cloth over your head, we're going to
go have our pictures made". This isn't
something we do every day... or even.
every year. I did ... we did and
you get to see the results right here
every week.
You see what I mean about
change?



High Low-
May 16 8:30a.m. 7:57p.m.
May 17 8:38a.m. 6:36p.m.
In St. May18 9:03a.m. 7:15p.m.
>inthe May19 9:25a.m. 7:51p.m.b
gh and May 20 9:57 a.m. 8:33p.m.
of the May21 10:31a.m. 9:15p.m.
sted in May 22 11:13a.m. 10:06 p.m.
ins. May23 11:58a.m. 10:51p.m.


This adding on to our house
idea is about to get out of
hand-I guess it's time for
me to put my foot down and
stop all this nonsense. As
Deputy Barney Fife used to











say on the old Mayberry T.V.
show, "You've got to nip it in
the bud, Andy". I'll tell
Cathy that we'll build onto
the house in say, 10 or 15
years. I'll tell her that you
can't rush into something
like this and we must have
enough time to plan care-
fully so we don't build some-
thing that we may not need. I
might get real original and
tell her that Rome wasn't
built in a day. I just know
when I present my side of the
discussion, she will see it my
way.
Of course, if Bruce Spring-
steen is a real rock star, he's
not going to have this pro-s
blem because I'm sure he
owns two or three homes.
Most likely he's got a house
in California and a house in
New Jersey. If his wife
thinks the kitchen is too
mslal in California, why,
they just fly to New Jersey to
have breakfast. So I guess
that I would have solved the
i dilemma that I'm in now if
I'd just become a famous
rock singing star. You
laugh! Heck, I know I can't
sing a lick, but have you
heard some of those other
rock guys. I wouldn't even
have to change my name and
we could call our back up
groups the "Just-out-of-pri-
son-and-we're-down-on-our-
luck-'cause-the-bus-won't-
crank-band". Hey, we'd play
loud and you talk about your
psychedelic lights. A little
green and orange paint for
our hair ....... ...
Whew, I don't need a big-
ger kitchen that bad.
Respectfully,
Kesley
P.S. Cathy just walked in,
I'm going to tell her right.
now that we are not adding
on to the house and that's
final 'cause I don't want to
be a rock singer.

Open House at
Nursing Home
The staff and residents of
Bay St. Joseph Care Center
are inviting friends and
relatives to an open house
Saturday, May 18 to cele-
brate their second anniver-
sary.
The celebration will be
held between the hours of 2
and 5 p.m.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1985


OBITUARY:

Rites Held In Virginia


Port St. Joe financial institutions made a large National Bank and Eddie Creamer of Citizens Feder
contribution to the Project Graduation program Tuesday, present a check .to Audrey Anderson, Tony Barbee, B
helping to make the all-night party for the graduating Williams and Ferrell Allen, representing the Proji
senior class possible. In the photo above, Nolan Treglown, Graduation committee. --Star photo
of Wewahitchka State Bank, Ted Cannon of Florida


Project Graduation's Meeting
Project Graduation will Parents are urged to at- The parents thank the Pasta Peddler, Tom's Pote
have its final meeting Mon- tend this last organizational following for 'dbnatidns- Chips Co., Billy' J. Rish a
day, May 20 at 7:00 p.m., at meeting. Earley's Hairdware The Hardees.
the High School Commons
Area to finalize their efforts
for the success of Project
Graduation 1985.
Graduates can purchase
their tickets at the High
School during lunch hours.


Eye
Openers
By
Dr. Wesley
Grace


CONTACT LENS UPDATE
Q. Can the astigmatic pa-
tient be fitted successful-
ly with soft contact.
lenses?
A. Soft contact lenses are
now available that have,
been especially designed
to fit over the irregular
curvature of the astig-
matic eye.
While the inside curve of
most contact lenses is
spherical, soft contact
lenses for the astigmatic
patient have been design-
ed so that the lens is flat-
ter in one direction than
in the other, to comple-
ment the uneven cur-
S vature of the, astigmatic
eye. The lens is/also
weighted or.truncated at
the bottom,. tonmaintai
alignment with the eye.
Whether an individual
can wear them must be
determined by patient
and optometrist.
Q. Why are these soft con-
tact lenses more expen-
sive than regular ones?
- A. Soft contact leases for the
astigmatic patient come
in a vast number of sizes,
shapes and curvatures,
which makes them more
expensive. It takes more
skill and time to fit them
properly if the patient is
to wear them success-
fully.
Brought to You As A
Community Service by


Port St. Joe's Kiwanis Cluib presented a
check for $500 toward the Prbject Gradu-
ation program Tuesday at their noon
luncheon. In the photo above, At Ray, left


'and Rev. Jerry Huft, right, represented l
club as they presented the check to Ton
Ba rbee, center. -Star'phot


Senior Citizens Annual


Picnic Next Thursday
May is Older Americans delivered to them at home. someone with you,' conta
Month, and in Gulf County At the picnic there will be the above numbers to let t)
he Sheriff's Department has special guests and drawing Assoctation staff know. "


IlldUe ai t raUIUII uo recogniz-
ing it with a picnic for all the
County's senior citizens.
With assistance from the
Gulf County Senior Citizens
Association, the picnic will
feature a Fish Fry and all the
trimmings from 11 a.m.-to 1
p.m. on Thursday, May 23 at
the Park at the junction of
Highway 71 and 98 in Port St.
Joe..
Even many of the home-
bound elderly will have' a
chance to enjoy the event by
having a special picnic meal

Students to
AT.


[or prizes. nSheriff Al Harri-
son and Association Director
Donna Doolittle want this to
be a memorable occasion for
all of the County's older
residents.
If you are driving to the
picnic be sure to give your
car-less friends a lift. If you
can't find someone to give
you a ride, call 229-8466 in
Port St. Joe and 639-9910 in
Wewa and they may be able
to arrange something. If you
are coming and can bring

Receive,
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DVoatina WESLY GACE
VocatWonLEYSurveCE


Vocational education sur-
vey forms will be distributed
to 10th, and 11th grade
students on Monday, May 20.
Parents are encouraged to
discuss the form with their


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child. If the student. is
interested in pursuing a
vocational education, the
form should be, completed
and returned to the high
school Office.
Vocational education pro-
grams are available to all
students without regard to
sex, race, religion, national-
ity or- handicap. Contact
Temple Watson at 229-8256 or
639-2871 if you have ques-
tions.
Special Day
at Mt. Carmel
Mt. Carmel Missionary
Baptist Church will observe
their Annual Men's and
Women's Day May 19. The
11:00 speaker will be Mrs.
Gloria Gant. The 6:00 speak-
er will be Rev. Raymond
Rogers.
Rev. Jerome Williams,
Pastor, invites everyone to
attend.

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for Virginia
Mrs. Virginia Ann Barrier,
83, of 504 17th Street, passed
| away Friday at Gulf Pines
Hospital after a brief illness.
She had been a resident of
Port St. Joe since 1937, and
was a member of Long
Avenue Baptist Church. She
and her husband, the late W.
W. Barrier, Sr., owned and

Lloyd Deese,
33, Dies
al, Lloyd Deese, 33, passed
3ob away Wednesday, May 8 in
ect Panama City following a
tos brief illness. He was a
lifelong resident of Port St.
Joe, and he worked as a
carpenter in Panama City.
He is survived by: his
father, Ed Deese of Highland
ato View; his mother, Mary Pate
nd of Atlanta, Ga.; his grand-
mother, Mae Deese of Oak
Grove; three brothers, Steve
Deese of Chicago, Ill., Tom-
my Deese of Panama City,
and Rusty Deese of Atlanta,
Ga.; two sisters, Teresa
Kersly of-Atlanta and Brenda
Dees of Little Rock, Arkan-
sas; one half-sister, Angela
Pate, and one half-brother,
Mike Pate, both of Atlanta.
Funeral services were held
at 3:00 p.m. EDT Friday at,
the Oak Grove Assembly of"
God Church 'with the Rev.
David Fernandez officiating.
Interment followed in Holly
Hill Cemetery.
All arrangements were un-
der the direction of Comfort-
er. Funeral Home.

Honor Roll

Corrections
The following name was
e .omitted fromtthe Honor Roll'
ly -for tle fifth six weeks
to grading-periodat Port St. Joe
High School published re-
S ently.:
Conni Dixon, Al'A's and
B's, tVfith grade.

The following name was
left'off the Honor Roll for the
fifth six weeks grading peri-
od recently published by Port
.ct St. Joe Elementary School:
he Eric Ramsey, all A's and'
B's, third grade.


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Adults Will Graduate


The Gulf CQunty Adult
Institute will hold graduation
ceremonies at 8:00 P.M.,
Tuesday, May 28 in the Port
St. Joe R. Marion Craig
Coliseum (high school gym).
David Islitzer from the State


t A. Barrier
operated several businesses
in Port St. Joe for many
years.
She is survived by: two
sons, W. W. Barrier, Jr. of
Port St. Joe, and Reverend
John S. Barrier of Lansing,
Illinois; two grandsons, W.
W. Barrier, III of Port St.
Joe, and Daniel S. Barrier of
Lansing, Illinois.
Services were held Monday
at 12:30 P.M. in the family
plot of Presbyterian Ceme-
tery, Lynchberg, Virginia.
All arrangements were by
Gilmore Funeral Home.


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will be the guest speaker.
All families and friends of
the graduates, as well as the
general public, are cordially
invited to attend the gradua-
tion.


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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. ThURSDAY, MAY 16, 1985


St. Joseph Bay DAR Selects Paula


Ward As Good Citizens of the Year


Paula Ward, daughter of
Mrs. Keith Ward and the late
I


Mr. Ward was selected to be
the St. Joseph Bay Chapter of


the Daughters of the Ameri-
can Revolution Good Citizen
and represent the chapter in
state competition. Miss Ward
is a member of the Senior
Class at Port St. Joe High
School where she has been
active in student government
and has had an outstanding
academic record.
Three area schools, Apa-
lachicola, Port St. Joe, and
Wewahitchka High Schools
participated in the Good
Citizen Program and select-
ed a student to receive the
award. From these three, a
panel of judges decided
which of these outstanding
young people would repre-
sent the chapter. The pur-
pose of the Good Citizen
Project is to recognize high
school seniors for qualities of
'leadership, service, depend-
ability, and patriotism. Seni-


Area Girl Scouts have been
involved in several activities
in the past few weeks includ-
ing Leader Appreciation
Day, attending Girl Scout
Camp (Camp For. All Sea-
sons) near Tallahassee, and
making macrame hangers
for Mother's Day gifts.
Plans are being made for
Day Camp to be held June 3-7
at the Presbyterian Church
on 16th Street. There is a
limit of 60 girls, and there
will be .-no at the door
.. registration. Scouts .will. hbe
given registration forms, but
non-Scouts must contact


or classes from each school
chose three students in their
class who best exemplified
the previously mentioned
qualifications, and from
them the high school faculty
elected' the school's Good
Citizen. The National' Asso-
ciation of Secondary School
Principals has placed this
program on the Advisory List
of National Contests and
activities for 1984-85.
The recipient of the award
from Apalachicola High
School is Charae Spears,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Spears of Apalachi-
cola. Angi Dykes, .daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald G.
Dykes was chosen to receive
the Good Citizen Award at
Wewahitchka High School.
Both of these young women
have also had outstanding
high school records.


Mrs. Ashcraft Installed As New


Port St. Joe Garden Club President


The Port St. Joe Garden
Club met at the Garden
Center on Eighth Street,
Thursday, May, 8 for a
special luncheon meeting,
and the final session of the
Club for the-1984-85 year.. The
Club will not meet until
September 12.
Presiding over' this final
meeting was Mrs. Don Ash-
craft, the club's president.
The" different officers and
chairmen gave excellent re-
ports about the work that had
been accomplished during-
the year, and they exrpessed
appreciation for the coopera-
tion of the members' -in
carrying on the various pro-
grams.
Mrs. Bobbie Hallinan,
Scrapbook Chairman, asked
for any materials that might
be used in the book that she is
"puttifig together. Under the
'directions of Mrs. John
Blount,. the Building Chair-
man1, plans Iwere discussed
' 'for re-doinig the Center, and


estimates for cleaning and
painting were submitted.
Then came a serious discus-
.sion on whether or not to
carpet the hall. The decision
'to carpet was approved, and
'also to go ahead with repair-
ing and painting.-A work-day
was scheduled for Saturday
at 10:00 A.M.
Following'the business ses-
sion, Mrs.' Ashcraft gave an,
interesting and comprehen-
sive report on the recent.
district meeting which was
held in Marianna.
Mrs. Dudley Vaughn was
voted an honorary member,
and a memorial is to be given
by the club in her honor. '.
The new offers were in-
stalled in a beautiful service
involving candle light and
flowers, and the instructions
to each officer were both
. inspirational and challeng-
ing. In addition to candles for
each officer, the table' was
centered with a beautiful
candle which represented the


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entire body. The officers so
installed included:
President, Mrs. Don Ash-
craft; Vice-president, MA.
H. W. Griffin; 2nd Vice-presi-
dent, Mrs. Leonard Belin;
Secretary, 'Mrs. Ralph
Swatts, Sr.; Treasurer, Mrs.


Emmett Daniels. Each of the
officers installed was *ear-
ing a beautiful corsage, the
gift of the .president.
Hostesses for this final
session were Mrs. Ruby
Gainnie, Mrs. H. W. Griffin,
and Mrs. Norman Sulzer.


Participants in the 11th annual David Carl Gaskin Invita-
tional Tournament are shown gathered in the dining room of


Mrs. Bunny Miller or any "
leader to receive one. A girl '
must have finished the first
grade to attend.
The last Brownie meeting
will be held Friday, May 24,
but the group will be meeting
once a month with their
sister troop,(Junior Troop 155)
for an activity during the
summer.
The annual family picnic .. ".
will be held on Saturday, May
25. Girls will be given their.
membership starsaz.any -.
badges or patches they have Margaret Chancey displays the silver bowl which she was
earned at this time. awarded by Mrs. David Carl Gaskin, Sr., right.


Pack frozen sandwiches un-
thawed into lunch boxes.
They will keep other foods
cold and should be thawed
by lunchtime.


Mrs. Joy Alles, St. Jude's Bike-a-thon director, presents two $25 savings accounts to the top
two money raisers for the charity. They are Shannon Gant, left, and Stephen Arles.
-Star photo


Bike-a-thon A Success


Mrs. Joy Ailes has announ-
ced that the recently com-
pleted St. Jude's Children's
Research Hospital Wheels
for &Ife Bike-a-thon was a
great success. Thanks to
sixteen riders, volunteers
and the citizens of Port St.
Joe, $850 was raised through
the Bike-a-thon. Because of
the universal objectives of
research and treatment at St.
Jude Children's Research

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Hospital, this effort will
benefit children all over the
world.
For this effort, special
thanks are extended to Citi-
zens Federal Savings and
Loan and Wewahitchka State
Bank for the $25 Savings
Account donated to the top
two winners. Generous me-
chanical assistance was of-
fered to the riders by Larry's
Bike Shop. Refreshments
provided by St. Joseph's
Ladies Altar Society were
welcomed by the partici-
pants. The Port St. Joe High
School offered a safe and


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St. Joseph's Bay Country Club following the conclusion of the
tournament and prize presentation. -Star photos


72 Ladies Participate In A


David Gaskin Invitational


The ladies of St. Joseph's
Bay Country Club hosted
their llth annual David Carl
Gaskin Invitational Tourna-
ment May 2 with 72 ladies
participating in the one day
event. Mrs. David Gaskin,
Sr. and daughter, Mrs. Frank
Graddy were honored guests.
Mrs. Gaskin was presented a
porcelain pelican, which was
the newly adopted logo of the


club. The theme, "The Year
of Pelican", was carried out
beautifully in the 'decorations
inside and outside of the club
house.
Rain dampened the greens
and fairways, but not the
spirits of those in attendance,
and after several delays,
lunch was served, the sun
came out and the tournament
was on. Due to the late start,


participants were only able
to play a nine hole tourna-
ment. The winner was Mar-
garet Chancey, and she was
awarded an engraved silver
bowl presented by David C.
Gaskin, Jr.. representing the
family sponsoring the tour-
nament.
Other winners by flight
were:
Championship Flight- 1st
place, Hazel Buckley; 2nd
place, Muini Ikeguchi; '3rd
place, Dot Russell;
1st Flight- 1st place, Ruth
Harshbarger; 2nd place,
Faye Cox; 3rd place, Made-
line Bullock;
2nd Flight-- 1st place,
Audrey Mercer; 2nd place,
Marge Ely; 3rd place, Eve-
lyn Smith;
3rd Flight- 1st' place,


annual


Tourney
Margaret Shealy; 2nd place,
Jean Laramore; 3rd place,
Louise Coldeway;
4th Flight- 1st place,
Bobbie Watts; 2nd place,
Louise Nowlin; 3rd place,
Helen Quackenbush;
5th Flight- 1st place,
Margaret Martensen; 2nd
place, Frances Brown; 3rd
place, Ruby Murphy;
6th Flight- .1st place,
Katherine Warren; 2nd
place, Millie Fitzpatrick; 3rd
place, Virginia Mlodzikow-
ski;
8th Flight- 1st place,
Millie Conner; 2nd place,
Grace Condit; 3rd place,
Betty Hoferkamp;
8th Flight- 1st place, Fay
McCombs; 2nd place, Nell
Leonard; 3rd place, Jan
Harbeson.


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Girl Scouts Have

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THULRSDAY, MAY 16, 1985


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Beta Beta Chapter Meets

In Panama City Recently


St. Joe High School.
Receives Award Port St. Joe's was selected
the best among reports turne
A certificate recognizing Port St. Joe schools in this area.
h School's achievement of the outstand- In the photo above, Su
annual report of school progress for the Walter Wilder, right, presents t
on. In addition to the achievement the Port St. Joe assistant principal
Dol received a check for $300 to be used to Ramsey, who prepared the
rove school-community relations at Port principal Edwin Williams.


May Is Mental Health Mon


Members of Beta Beta
Chapter of The Delta Kappa
Gamma Society met at the
Four Winds Restaurant in
Panama City Tuesday night,
May 7.
The final meeting of the
year was a tribute to the
Founders. Dr. Annie Webb
Blanton, a University of
Texas professor of rural
education who was recog-
nized in educational circles
of Texas and the nation,
envisioned an organization to
remove barriers limiting the
advancement of women edu-
cators. After months of care-
ful thought and planning, Dr.
S Blanton and eleven other
5. | women educators whom she
had convinced of the poten-
F m tial of such an organization,
gathered in Austin, Texas, on
May 11, 1929, to found what
I and judged was to become The Delta
d in by 293 Kappa Gamma Society Inter-
national.
perintendent "The Delta Kappa Gamma
the award to Story" was presented by
al Catherine Jacque Price, Laura Geddie,
report and Martha Sanborn, Judy Willi-
ams, and Carol Cathey. The
-Star photo program was enhanced by
appropriate musical selec-
thtions sung by Virginia Harri-
tth son, Sara Fite, Jeannie


Faulkner, Elsie Nelson and
Lunelle Johnson.
In 56 years the Society has
grown from one chapter with
12 members to an interna-
tional organization with
more than 156,000 members.
Mu State (Florida) cele-
brated its Golden Anniver-
sary at the State Convention
held in Orlando in April. Beta
Beta members attending
were Evelyn Cox, Margaret
Addison, Jacque Price and
Lois Cox.
Members of the Society in
Bay, Gulf, Calhoun, Holmes,
Washington and Jackson
counties, belonged to Phi
Chapter until 1964 when,
through expansion, Beta
Beta Chapter was formed to
include members from Bay,
Gulf and Calhoun counties.

Mexico Beach
Beauty Pageant
The 1985 Miss Mexico
Beach Beauty Pageant will
be held Saturday, May 18 at
7:00 P.M. CST at the Mexico
Beach Chamber Building.
Everyone is invited. Ad-
mission is $2.00.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1985 PAGE FIVE


Nelsons Receive Academic Degrees


Melody Nelson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Al Smith of
Port St. Joe, recently re-
ceived a master of science
degree in Reading-Language
Arts from Florida State
University.
Melody is a 1976 graduate
of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High'
School. She completed her
associate of arts degree at
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege in 1978 and a bachelor of
arts degree in Elementary-
Early Childhood Education
from the University of West
Florida in 1980. She is
presently employed as a
second grade teacher with
the Gulf County School
Board.
Marshall Nelson, son of


MR. AND MRS. NELSON


Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Nelson of
Port St. Joe, recently re-
ceived an associate of arts
degree in Business Admini-
stration from Gulf Coast
Community College.
Marshall is a 1973 graduate
of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High


School and a 1975 graduate of
Tampa Technical Institute
where he received a degree
in Architectural Drafting and
Design. He is presently em-
ployed in the Safety Depart-
ment at St. Joe Paper
Company.


The Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. has joined with
the 620 members of the
National Council of Com-,
munity Mental Health Cen-
ters and mental health agen-
cies nationwide in observing
May as Mental Health
Month. Along with other
community mental health
centers, the Gulf County
Guidance Clinic is using the
theme: "Mental Health:
More Than a Trivia Pursuit"
to emphasize the importance
of mental wellness and to
encourage the community to
learn more about the ser-
vices in Gulf County and the
surrounding community.
In commenting on the
observance, Edwin R. Ail"s,
Executive Director of the
agency said, "MentaliHealth
Month provides us the oppor-
tunity to focus public atten-
tion on the mental health
needs of our community. The
'theme, "Mental Health:
More Than a Trivia Pursuit'
reminds us as individuals
that as we learn more about'
mental health, we are better
; able to choose life-styles that
promote mental wellness",
Ailes explained. "Further; it
will help us remember that
we as communities must
take an active role to assure
that we and our neighbors
'have access to quality
mental health services Where
we live."
. "Through their community
mental health center, resi-
dents of Gulf County and the
surrounding community
have access locally to ser-
'vices designed to promote
mental 'wellness' and treat a
variety of- mental health
related problems", Ailes con-


tinued. "The Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Inc. is part
of a nationwide system of
agencies delivering care at
the local level. Although
established just 22 years ago,
the system provided services
last year to an estimated five
million Americans who
otherwise' might not have
access to mental health care.
We are very proud of- that
.record."
"There are, however, still
far too many people who are
not receiving the care they
need. The National Institute
of Mental Health estimates
that one; in five Americans
are affected by mental health
related problems and that
Qnly about one fifth of those
had sought mental health
services,", Ailes noted. In-
creased awareness of mental
illness and mental health
care can assist in breaking
down some of this reluctance
to request help. Community
mental health centers and
clinics offer prevention and
--education 'programs which
contribute to public under-
standing and encourage
people to take advantage of
the services they need," he
said.
.There is a wide range of
mental health resources in
this area, and during Mental
Health Month, we urge
everyone to learn more about
all the available services, the
public is encouraged to con-
tact the Gulf County Guid-
ance Clinic, Inc. at 227-1145."



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serving you as your City Commis-
sioner for the past eight years.
Although we were not elected for
another term, we will still be interest-
ed in City affairs in the future.
We wish our successful oppo-
nent well and pledge our assistance
in whatever area we can be helpful.
Your support and your votes
were gratifying. We lost but that's no
reason to quit working for a better
Port St. Joe for the future.


Wesley R. Ramsey


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PAGE SIX THE STAR, PortSt. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1985


The membership of Long Avenue Baptist
Church will be observing and celebrating the
32nd anniversary of the church on Sunday,
May 19.
There will be a special worship service
emphasis on Sunday morning at the regular
11:00 a.m., worship hour. Following the
anniversary sermon, a covered dish lunch
will be served in the Fellowship Hall.
During the afternoon, following lunch, a


terms. The Council's primary responsibility is to review
/ S and suggest improvements for the vocational education
A d vi s ors, R eco i zea programs in the Gulf County School System. In the photo
d. r te above, Temple Watson, administrative assistant, left, and
The Gulf County School Board recognized three Gulf Walter Wilder, Superintendent, right, present awards to
County leaders for their service on the District Vocational BilltDodson, past vice-president and Pat Stripling, who
Advisory Council last week. The Council is composed of lay have served their sterns. Tom Ely, past chairman, was not
citizens, appointed by the School Board, for three year present when the picture was taken. -Star photo

I.D. Dot May be Applied to Teeth


for Quick Identification Tool


With the national interest in receive
run-aways and methods of identifying the person
stolen children and kidnapped adults, new syst
Port St. Joe Police Chief Robert view.
Maige has come up' with a new and "Jus
simple method of placing a person's visible in
identity on their person in a manner doesn't h
which is painless, accurate and, Maige sa
tamper free.- Ident
"With all the interest in micro- social sec
- filming, finger printing, etc., I think ly identify
., this new method is the most versatile ordered,-
method of identification of both adults is imprin
and youth I have seen", Chief Maige application
said. To a
The new identification consists of one must
a small clear disc bearing a social ment with
security number, about %, inch in ten minu
diameter, attached to the outside of a requires r
rear tooth. When identification is then carr
needed, police, hospitals or other dot bonded
agencies can read the number without from dait
removing the dot or the tooth, phone The
the 24-hour 800. hotline number to and the i


Wewahnitchka


i Wewahitchka Elementary
School announces the Honor
Roll for the .fifth six weeks
* grading period:
ALLA's
First grade: Kimberly
* Dietz, Cynthia Greene, Char-
les Field, Jennie Smallwood,
Chassidy Calhoun, Crystal
- Gaskin, Daniel Glaze, Kenya
Gray, Krissi Hanlon, Jenni-
- fer Holmes, Petra Lester,
Russell Miles, Augustus
Russ, Dusty Daniels, Chris
Edwards, Jason 'Fisher, Jo-
seph Jackson, Marlene Mit-
chell, Brian Thomas, Heath-
er Webb, Lakenda Gaines.
!-Second grade; Stephen
Hollopeter, Dawn Plotke,
Elizabeth Simmons, Sharon
Holmes, Kelli Jones, Casey
Kelley, Rachel Myers, Kim
Kizziah, Lori Layton, Will
Sumner, Shanna Forehand,
Diana Causey.


Third grade: Jeremy Prid-
geon, Amy Rich, Madena
Castleberry, Heather Good-
win, Cynthia- Pickron.
Fourth grade: Teresa
Cain, Amy Davila, Joy Da-
vis, Stacy Hall, Michelle
Kelly, Anthony Lee, Ben
Linton, Heather McLemore,
Beverly Myers, Lisa Scott,
Chasity Stanley, Darrell
Vann, Casi Lindsey.
Fifth grade: Angela Good-
rich, Danielle Gillis.
Sixth grade: Amy Wal-
dorff, Matthew Birmingham.
ALL A's and B's
First grade: Adam Ake,
Nichole Holley, John Gibbs,
Timothy Hysmith, Lindsay
Payne, Michael Young, Deb-
ra Causey, Rhonda Edson,
Teleshia McNealy, Eva Stro-
man, Stephen Pitts.
Second grade: Kizzy
Barnes, Brad Causey, Tam-


Princess House
Hostess
Now is the time to have your
Princess House show. Super
Specials for June July August,
plus a super gift for booking a party
of $150.00 or more.
A Drawing for Hostesses Only
Each of These Months
CALL
Von at 229-8072




Ken Conner with

CAPITAL CITY
PUBLICATIONS, Inc.
will be in the area for the next
couple of weeks putting
together maps and brochures
for the Chamber of Commerce.
He will be soliciting information
from area residents.


immediate identification of
n wearing the number. The
em is fast and hidden from
t like a tattoo, except it isn't.
n everyday activities and it
urt to have it applied", Chief
aid.
ification information (your
;urity number) is immediate-
iable. When the I.D. Dot is
your social security number
ted on it and sent to you for
on.
pply the identification dot,
t simply make an appoint-
h their dentist for the simple,
te. application procedure. It
no anesthetic or drilling. You
Ty with you at all times the
ed to your tooth, yet hidden
ly view. .
identifying telephone calls
nformatiosithey provide are


free of charge.
Chief Maige said the identifica-
tion dots are not made obsolete by a
change of address or phone number.
-They are readable. Large num-'
bers can be read without dot being
removed.
' -They are clear. There is no
unsightly black spot'
-They are harmless to the teeth
and to the body.
-They are comfortably located in
a 'stress-free tooth area that can't be
seen while talking or smiling.
-They will last from four to six
years under normal use.
-They are designed for rapid
reading by anyone. A dentist need not
be present.
Chief Maige said if anyone wants
to know more about this method of
identification, he will be glad to
explain it to them.


Elementary


my DeMille, Heather Holley,
Angelia Kelsoe, Latrell Kent,
Marvin Laurimore, Ray-
mond Long, Andee Nelson,
Brandi Parker, Gary Rob-
erts, Jessica Taunton, Jason
Atkins, Corrina Copeland,
Tranum McLemore, Shand-
reka McNealy, Lee Mims,
Andrew Ray, Janie Wood,
Jason Kretzer, Cora Hath-
cox, Melissa Alderman, Jen-
nifer Marquez, Michael
-Reed.
Third grade: Shebretia
Daniels, Tammy Davis, Jeff-
rey Holmes; Kimberly Jones,
Stephen Norris, Daniel Sims,
Stephen Taunton, Catherine
Tremain, Beau Whitfield,
Jason Ard, Kelly Cunning-.
ham, Mari Goodrich, Connie
Lanier, Kelvin Williams.
Fourth grade: Brandy
Beatty, Janice Mincy, Carrie
Redmon, Cherry Sirmons,
Michael Stringfellow, Yo-
landa Ashworth, Tracy Bai-
ley, Tommy Causey, Theresa.
Dietz, Philip Forehand, Ta-
meka Jackson, Jeff Hill,
, Stacy Price, Danny Turner.
Fifth grade: Kye Bidwell,
Kim BUrns, Matthew
Greene, Cynthia Griffin, Hol-
ly Herring, Jacque Smith,
Anthony Werden, Vickie Ro-
berts, Kelly Nations, Michael
McCorvey, Phillip Goodwin,
Chad Flowers, Verna Cain,
Philip Daniels, Loretta El-
der, Lynn Griffin.
Sixth grade: Brandi Arm-
strong, Deana Atkinson,.Hol-

Janice Scheffer
to Get Degree
Janice Cogburn Scheffer
will be among the 510 individ-
uals receiving degrees in the
159th Mississippi College
commencement program
scheduled for Saturday, May
18, at 2 p.m., in the A.E.
Wood Coliseum on campus at
Clinton, Mississippi.
The 1985 class will be one
of the largest ever in-Missis-
sippi College history.
Commencement speaker
will be Dr. A. J. Glaze, Jr.,
professor and chairman of
the Division of Religion at
Mississippi College.
Scheffer will be one of 95
students receiving the doctor
of jurisprudence degree from
the School of Law.
Mrs. Sheffer is the wife of
Al Scheffer of Port St. Joe.


ly Hays, Dewayne Layton,
Ingrid Muina, Michelle
Owens, Katrina Nunnery,
April Weeks.

Plain Talk

On Stress

Seminar
The Gulf County Guidance
Clinic is sponsoring a noon-
time seminar on Friday, May
24 at the Port St. Joe Public
Library. The seminar will
present "Plain Talk About
Stress" and is scheduled to
begin shortly after 12:00
noon. Those interested are
encouraged to bring a bag
lunch and beverage, and
have lunch while partici-
pating, in the presentation
and discussion. In order for
working people tob back on
.the job, the seminar will
dismiss at 12:50 p.m.
There will be no charge for
this seminar, so don't miss
this excellent opportunity to
be a part of this timely
discussion on a topic that
affects us all.

Cathey Is New
Beach Officer
Al Cathey, hardware mer-
chant in Mexico Beach and
director of the Wewahitchka
State Bank, was elected
President of the Kiwanis
Club of Mexico Beach at the
club's meeting last Thurs-
day.
Arch F. Gardner, retired
educator and official with the
City of Mexico Beach was
elected vice president.
The offices of secretary
and treasurer were retained
by Steve Matincheck and
Charles Sid Newsome.
Rev. Charles M. Parker
agreed to continue as pro-
gram director.
Port St. Joe's George G.
Tapper will -address the
Kiwanis Club of Mexico
Beach Thursday on the pro-
gress of the city and envi-
rons.
The meeting will be at 12
noon at Norma's Family
Home Restaurant.

SAY YOU SAW
IT IN THE STAR!


Some 35 Post members and
guests were at the V.F.W.
John C. Gainous Post No.
10069 for the monthly covered
dish supper and to witness
the installation ceremonies
of officers for the 1985-86
term.
The Post was honored to
have the VFW District 17
Commander Dwight F. Shoe-
maker officiate the installa-
tion of the following officers:
Commander, William R.
Schlickman; Sr. V. Cmdr.,
Les L. Toth; Jr. V. Cmdr.,
Anne Chewning; Quarter-
master, George S. Coody;
Chaplain, Freddie Logue;
Judge Advocate, James Du-
mas; Surgeon, Fredrick
Maynard; Trustee 3 Yrs.,
Roy Robinson; Trustee 2
Yrs., Thomas Adkins; Trus-
tee 1 Yr., George D. Toole.
Immediately following the
installation of Post officers
the Ladies Auxiliary officers
were installed. The Post was
honored to have the VFW
Ladies Auxiliary past district
president Alice Weiss offici-
ate the installation cere-
monies of the'following offi-

Search, Rescue
Meet May 20
Members of the Gulf Coun-
ty Sheriff's Search and Res-
cue units will meet on May 20
at the Community Center in
Wewahitchka, at 8:00 p.m.,
EST. There will be two guest
speakers.

Billy Rich
Graduates


Mobile College, Mobile,
Alabama graduated its 19th
class on Saturday, May 4.
... Among the 203 graduates was -
Billy Joe Rich, Jr. of Port St.
Joe. He received a bachelor
or scec in rengin


Long Ave. Baptist to Observe

32nd Anniversary of Church


song service will be featured in the church
auditorium beginning at approximately 1:30
p.m.
All members, former members and
friends are invited to attend any part of all of
the special anniversary program.
The church is located at the corner of
Long Avenue and 16th Street.
Dr. Daniel Duncan is pastor and Mike
Handy is the Music Minister.


cers:
President, Mary Fowler;
Sr. V. Pres., Ruth R. Dumas;
Jr. V. Pres., Minnie Likely;
Secy. & Treasurer, Maxine
M. Robinson; Chaplain, Pau-
lette Rogers; Conductress,
Gloria McMullon; Guard,
Hilda Bundschuh; Trustee,
Mary S. Williams; Trustee,
Evelyn Gardner; Trustee,
Dorothy Logue; Patriotic
Instructor, Oradell Toth.
The VFW Post is looking
forward to a busy and
productive year of activities
and events. The next event is
a Flea Market Fund Raiser
on May 18, 10 a.m. til, on Reid
Avenue and the corner of.
Fifth -Street in Port St. Joe.
Donations of all kinds of
items- clothes, tools, toys,
etc. may be dropped off at
the Arts and Crafts Shop on


Reid Avenue, on the corner of
Third Street.


GARAGE SALE': Sat.,
May 18, 8-12. 105 Yaupon.
Large variety of items, lots
of good buys.
LOT FOR SALE: By
Owner: 120 ft. frontage on
beach, Beacon Hill, Hwy. 98.
Call 1-535-4081. 10tp 5/16

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THANK YOU

"First I thank God for my win."

I sincerely thank the citizens of Port
St. Joe for the confidence expressed
in the vote I received on Tuesday,
May 14. I would like to commend and
congratulate my opponent, Wesley
Ramsey, for his fine campaign.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1985


For Sale or Rent?2 bed-
room unfurnished house, 422
7th, St., Highland View.
229-664. ltp
3 bedroom, 2 bath brick
home for sale. Central heat
& a/c, 1 acre of land at
Land's Landing Wewa. Ap-
praised at $55,000, asking
$43,000. Call 639-2895.
3 bedroom house, 1 bath,
liv. rm., den, kitchen & din-
ing. area, utility rm., and
carport, on 2 lots near
school. $35,000. Call 229-64672
or 229-8633 ,2tc 5/16
3 bdrm. house, 10 lots, 2
wells, 3 septic tanks,
$25,000.00. 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
227-1456, night 327-1514.
tfc4/11

FOR SALE
5.68 acres land at Over-
street. Located on State
Road 386, 4 miles from
public beach, 1 mile from
boat landing on Inter-
Coastal Canal. 3 acres on
one side of 386, 2.5 on other
side with over 1,000 feet of
road frontage. Could be
divided into four nice
building plots. A bargain at
$4,500 per acre.
McNEILL COASTAL
PROPERTIES, INC.
Realtor
Phone 229-8537 or
648-8248 for more
Information
tfc 4/18


House for Sale: Brick, 3
bdrm., 2 full baths, screened
porch, insulated doors & win-
dows, 12'x16' utility house,
103 Yaupon St. By appt. only.
229-8079. tfc 4/11
For Sale by Owner: Lovely
2 bedroom home complete
with wall to wall carpeting,
washer, dryer, refrigerator/
freezer, stove, water heater,
and 2 air cond. All ap-
pliances are in excel, cond.
Double fireplace, chain link
fenced yard, and utility sh-
ed. $26,900. Call 229-8937.
2tp 5/9
House for sale: 2 bdrm., 1
bath, kit. & dining area, liv.
rm, on 2 lots (1 is corner lot),
$18,000. Near school. Call
229-6672 or 229-8633.




REWARD
Up to $500 cash offered for
location of lost or abandoned
WW2 aircraft. Must be par-
tially intact and retrievable.
Call 813/324-4109.
Want to Buy: Cash for
mobile home tires and axles.
We remove. Call collect
904/576-8672. 15tp 3/21
WANTED: Old toys from
1950 back; old costume
jewelry, early kitchen ware,
glass beads & gold & silver.
Call 227-1370. tfi 5/2


FOR SALE OR RENT:
Under Construction: 3 units 800 sq. ft. per
unit, cen. heat & air, insulated doors & win-
dows, carpet, 2 bedroom, refrig. & stove.
3rd St. Highland View Completion
May 1, 1985
Foerfu i information 0n tact ny at
229-6509





HANNON REALTY, Inc.
(904) 227-1133
FRANK HANNON, Broier NOW OPEN ON SATURDAY
SALES ASSOCIATES
Evenings and Weekends:
Margaret Hale 648-5659
Frances Chason--229-8747 Roy Smith
Be Boyett 648-8936 Marsha Young
Larry McArdle 227-1551
HOMES
PORT ST. JOE
Port St. Joe: Almost new, brick, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, $47,850.
Port St. Joe: Brick 3 bedroom, 2 bath, with extra lot. $69,500.
Port St. Joe: Good rental property. 2 bedroom, 1 ba. $24,000.
New Listing: Port St. Joe. Nice residential neighborhood. 3 bedroom., 2
bath.
Port St. Joe: Large house & lot, plenty of room, 4 bdrm., 1 V' bath, $35,000.
Oak Grove: 2 bedroom, 1 ba.. fenced yd., carport. $29,500.
New Listing: Unique executive home on 1g. wooded lot. 3500 sq. ft. with 4
BR including luxurious master wing. Fireplace, totally energy efficient.
3 bedroom, 1 bath, $29,000.
Oak Grove: 3 bdrm.. 1 ba., outside storage. Only $17,000.
Close to town. newly remodeled. 3 BR, 2 ba. $31.000.
Nice 2 BR 2 ba, den, wet b'r, fireplace, deck. many extras. 806 Garrison.
$48,500.
3 BR, 1 ba at 1610 Long Ave.'$29,500.
SQuiet neighborhood, frame 3 BR, 2 ba,. den, separate dining rm. carport.
utility rm. $44,500.
Good retirement home, 2 BR 1 ba. masonry, $47,500.
Closeto schools, 3 BR, 2 ba, fenced back yard, $51,000.
Ward Ridge, brick 3 BR 2 ba. assumable mortgage, $46,000.
Whtie City: Mini-farm, pond 3 BR 1 ba. $40,000.
Howard Creek: 3 BR, 2 ba. doublewide trailer, partially furnished, corner lot.
$27,900.
Howard Creek: Large 2 story 5 BR 2 ba Franklin stove, screen porch, until.
room. $47,900.
Cape San Bias: Large great room,, screen porch, 2 bedroom, 3 .bath.
$168,500. 1.5 acres gulf-front.
Cape Son 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 ba., fireplace, deck, spring fed pond.
energy efficient, $88,000.
St. Joe Beach: Ocean view, fronting Hw'y. 98. corner lot, 3 BR, 2 ba.. deck.
screen porch, $64,500. Owner financing.'
St. Joe Beach: Stilt house 2 BR 1Vz ba., den or study. until. rm.. carpolt.
$69,500.
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
Red Bull Island, Wewa: 2 lots $9,000 or $4,500 each.
St. Joe Beach: Corner lot, cleared, 75'x150', $9,500.
Stonemlll Creek Area: 40 acres, cleared land, $40,000.
Gulf AIre: Gulf front 65'x180', $55,900.
Cape San Bias: Gulf front 2.34 acres, $100,000.
St. Joe Beach: 1 block from water, 3 lots together 50'x125' each. Total price
$45,000.
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, $11,500.
Jones Homestead: 2 acres, $8,400.
TOWNHOUSES
Gulf Pines: Duplex, 3 bdrm., 3 ba. each side. $176,000.
Cape San Bias Beach: 2 BR 21V ba. $80,000.
COMMERCIAL LOTS
Excellent Location: Downtown Port St. Joe store, 2,700 sq. ft. $50,000.
White City: One acre near canal, $33,300.
Overstreet: Two acre plots on Intercoastal Canal $16,000 ea.
Port St. Joe: Downtown 60'x90' corner lot, $18,000


m
7'x16' flat bed tandem axle
trailer. $1,000 firm. Call,
648-5242 between 8 a.m. and 5
p.m., Mon. Sat.
25" Sylvania color televi-
sion, console. Call 229-8562.
Kenmore 19' refrigerator
w/ice maker & water dispen-
ser, frost free $350.; Oak
table, 6 chairs with hutch; 6'
vanity; Kelvinator chest
freezer. Call 639-2895.
New Yamaha 550 Enduro,
low mileage, still under war-
ranty, excel. cond. No equi-
ty. Includes 2 helmets. Call.
after 5 p.m., 648-5351.. "
tfc 5/16
19' Cobia boat, center con-
sole, trailer, 135 h.p. Johnson
, $2,400. Call 229-8130.
1973 12'x60' New American
mobile home, 2 bdrm., 1 ba.,
air cond. & heat, furnished,
carpeted, ceiling fan, bay
window, lighted ceiling
beams, nice bar, gas appli-
ances and walk-in pantry in
kitchen. $8,995. Call 648-5239.
Cad be seen after 7:00 p.m.
2tp 5/16
FREE: Kitty-litter trained
kittens, 6 weeks old. Two
have long hair, three have
short. Adorable and great
with kids. Call 229-0604.
Fitted canvas boat cover,
to fit 15 to 15%' boat, $150.
Call after 6 p.m., 648-5483.
Remodeling: Must sell
Broyhill sectional sofa in like
new condition. May be seen
at 903 Garrison Ave.
227-1647.
Antique sofa and chair
(French provencial with
hand-carved wood). 607
Madison St. Call 227-1245:
S2tp 5/16

LAWN FURNITURE
SSwings, swing frames,,pic-
nic tables, lawn chairs, set-
tees, and children's picnic
tables. Call 639-2860.
tfc 3/21
$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
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. O. Box 758, Port St. Joe,
FL tfc 5/.2
All purpose boaf, use for
shrimp, fishing, diving, etc.
28' fiberglass hull. Good con-
dition, except engine. Can be
seen at Kirkland's Landing,
White City.
Attention Small Families
Are you paying too much for
health insurance? Call
Mutual of Omaha, 648-8557.
4tc 5/9
One 22' mullet & shrimp
boat, 1 gas tank, 1 50 h.p.
commercial Evinrude motor
& trailer, all in good cond.
$2,000. firm. Check with
7-Oaks Gospel Supplies. 115
Hunter St., or 227-1325.
2tp 5/9,
FREE: Small fluffy, beau-
tiful kittens. Call 229-8803.
SAY YOU SAW IT
IN THE STAR


Century 21
St. Joseph Bay Realty
Realtor,
904/648-5716
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.


Furnished apartment for
rent at 703 16th Street. Call
229-8754. tfc 5/16
For Rent: Trailer at 207
Iola St., Oak Grove. Call
227-1281. ltc 5/16
For Rent: 2 bedroom trail-
er, 1 bath, at St. Joe Beach.
No pets. 648-5361. 2tc 5/9
Office for rent: call
229-8631 after 5 p.m.
4tc 5/9
For Rent: Large house on
10 acres, 3 bdrm., 2 bath,
den, 1g. garden area,
acreage fully fenced. Call
648-8977 or 648-8523 after 5:00
and weekends. 5 miles above
Mexico Beach. -
For Rent: Large one bed-
room apartment, furnished.
1508 Long Ave. Deposit re-
quired. Call after 6:00,
229-6825. tfc 5/9
Business building on Hwy.
98, Highland View. Parking
space available. Previously
Renfro Auto Parts No. 2. Call
229-6999. 4tc 4/25
Mobile home lot, 1
blocks behind Jr. Store, St.
Joe Beach. Call 229-6961.
tfc 4/4
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.
Room for Rent: By day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 7/8
For Rent: Mini-warehouse
storage. For more informa-
tion call 229-6332. ,tfc
One bedroom furnished
apartment. Available May
15. 1505 Monument Ave.
tfc4/18

2 -bedroom brulnftrniShed
duplex, St. Joe Beach. Call
Frances at 227-1450 or
229-8747. No Pets.
Unfurnished newly rede-
corated house. 3 bedroom, 1
bath, Ig. yard in nice neigh-
borhood. No pets. Call
229-8747 or 227-1450 Mon. &
Wed.




Childless married couple
looking to adopt small baby.
Call 229-8893.
Ladies: Do you have a lot
of furnishings and accessor-
ies in your home that you
don't take full advantage of?
A better arrangement en-
hances everything in the
house! Let me help you re-
decorate with your own fur-
nishings. Send inquiries to:
Peggy Lee, P. O0. Box 182,
Port St. Joe, 32456. Be sure to
include your phone number.
Gulf County Beaches Vol-
unteer Fire Department will
be having a Tupperware
Party this Thursday at 7:00
p.m. at the fire station,
located at Court St. and Ala-
bama Ave. All profits go to
VFD. For more informa-
tionn call 648-5253.
There will be a regular
communication of Port St.
Joe Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M,
every first and third Thurs-
day at 8:.00 p.m.
Norman M. Martin, W.M.
Billy D. Barlow, Sec.
pd.thru 12/84

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


Yard Sale: Sat., May 18.
W. Rogers Street, Jones
Homestead. Lots of clothes
and odds and ends.
A Benefit Garage Sale for
the Highland View Fire De-
partment will be held in the
near future. If you wish to
donate items such as cloth-
ing, etc., it will be greatly
appreciated. Call 229-8485.
Itp
Yard Sale: Sat., May 18, 9
to 2, corner of 10th St. and
McClellan. Clothes, toys,
household items.
Yard Sale: At home of Dr.
Shirley R. "Simpson, Sat.,
May 18, 8 a.m. till 2:30 p.m.
110 Yaupon St. All proceeds
to go to the local chapter of
the Lupus Foundation.
Garage Sale: Sat., March
18, 623 Woodward Avenue.
Moving Sale: Saturday,
beginning at 9 a.m. on Court
Street, St. Joe Beach, near
the St. Joe Beach Volunteer
Fire Station. Coffee table,
end table, chairs, pottery,
dishes, toddler and ladies'
clothing, many other house-
hold items. Itp
Garage Sale: Sat, May 18,
8 a.m. till, linens, small ap-
. pliances, household items,
radio & record player,
books, small furn. items, etc.
Corner Cortez and Ameri-
cus, St. Joe Beach.
It 5/16





Plumber helpers wanted.
Call 1-878-4874 collect after 5
p.m. ltc 5/16
Wanted: Aerobic instruc-
tor, experience required. Ap-
ply at 325 Reid Ave., Mon.,
Wed. or Friday after 4:00
p.m.
EARN UP to $5,000 mon-
thly asa Real Estate fore-
closure rep. No license or ex-
perience required. National
company provides complete
assistance. For info call:
317-8394-8900, ext. 2533.
2tp 5/12






LOST: Small male poodle
(light brown) on May 11th.
Lost 5 miles west of Apa-
lachicola at Tilton Road.
Call 653-8383.

Please help us find family
pet. 3 yr. old dog (Benji look
alike). Brown and white.
Last seen on 6th St. in Port
St. Joe. Reward offered.
Needs medication. Please
call 227-1171, ext. 315 during
the day or 229-6300 after 5:00
p.m. tfc 4/20







1976 Datsun pickup, in ex-
cel. cond., roll bar, fog
lights, good tires, wagon
wheels, dual exhaust. $2,000.
22 t e/, $350. Needs
carburetor, 1506 Long Ave.,
between 9 a.m. 3 p.m. daily.
1978 Cadillac Coupe
Deville, loaded, $100 down
and take over payments.
Call after 6:00 p.m., 229-8356.
tfc 5/16
1977 Bruick, 6 cyl., good
mill car, $400. One buff
female cocker spaniel, $25.
Call after 6 p.m. 648-5952.
1977 Chevrolet Malibu,
looks and runs good. Highest
offer takes it. 229-6909.


1977 Mercury 'Cougar
XR-7, less than 60,000 actual
miles. A/c, ps, pb, auto.
trans. in console, 351 V-8
engine. Almost new radial
tires. Call 229-8997 8:30 to
5:30, after six call 229-6343.
1974 CJ-5 Jeep, 304 3-speed
$2,295. See to appreciate.
227-1251 days, 227-1764
nights. tfc 4/25


Is it true that you can buy
Jeeps for $44 through the
U.S. government? Get the
facts today. Call 1-312-742-
1142, ext. 9939. 4tp 4/25
1984 Pontiac Grand Prix,
ps, pb, at, air, cruise control,
tilt steering, am/fm cassette
stereo. Still under new car
warranty. 229-6571 after
5:00.


1975 Ford Bronco, red and
white, 4 w.d., a.t., p.s., hard
to find, $3,600. Also 1976
Cadillac Sedan Deville, load-
ed, 1 owner, new paint job.
47,000 miles, $3,995. See at
5th & Hwy. 98, Beacon Hill.
Call 648-8257. 2tp 5/9


TRY
WATKIN'S
PRODUCTS
229-6023
tfc 5/2


SEVCE


FOR YARD SERVICE
Call Tommy Ford
227-1206 tfc 4/4
Hire A Port St. Joe
High Majorette
Let us 'do your spring
cleaning. Please call Lisa
Handley, 229-8447, if you are
interested in hiring a major-
ette for babysitting, cleaning
windows, raking and many
other chores. All proceeds
will go toward sending the
majorettes to camp,..
4tc 4/25
SHEAR PERFECTION
Hairstyling ,for the entire
family. Frosting Perms -
Coloring. Open 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Mon. Sat. Walk-ins
welcome, or call for appt.
Dianne Mayhann, Betty
Heath, 321% Reid Ave. Call
229-911. 5tc 5/2
JACK OF ALL TRADES
Home Maintenance Repair,
Automotive Repair & Paint-
ing. Clear up and Hauling.
Home painting, 'interior &
exterior. Wheel Balancing.
Reasonable Rates. Call
648-8746. tfc 4/18
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 ChCiurci
Thursday, 7:00'P.M., C.S.T.
Wewa Medical Center


"-


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!








Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue
IIUMStlIMIH* nIkIMIs~SI *ft~* H UI~fl~t I.....l..M.... .


SPACEVIEW
SATELLITE
SYSTEMS
(FCC Licensed
Technicians)
SALES, SERVICE I
& INSTALLATION i

227-1590
.Im.....lln .nllllll ....nlll n lI.l..l.......a. n al.l.....


Need a maid? Call Cathey
at 227-1284. $30 a day. Will
also work on Saturday.
2tc5/16
JOE ADAMS
CONSTRUCTION
Any Type Building
Commercial Residential
State Lic. No. RGO027009
Located across from Health
Dept.
408 Long Avenue
229-6380
Psychological services for
anyone with problems in
day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
Joe, 227-1145 (24 hours)


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



BOB'S SMALL ENGINE
REPAIR
648-5106
Lawn mowers, tillers
& chain saws
Free pickup & delivery
within 10 miles
tfe 4/18


ELIZABETH'S
CERAMICS
Opening April 1
Greenware
Firing
Supplies
6 miles south of Wewa
Highway 71
Phone 639-2807


Painting Interior -;lxterior
Wallpaper, Panelling, Etc.
Quality work done to your
satisfaction.
Fred Wages 229-6288

We buy, sell and-trade us-
ed furniture. Get good prices
for your unwanted furniture.
Country Peddler. 2294-8966.

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


Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
Accounting & Income Tax
Service Small Business
Individual
Monthly Accounting
Wauneta Brewer Pat Hohman
owner Donna CannonAsistant
Assistant
228 Reid Ave.
Phone 229-8536


St. Joseph Bay
Construct






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


ink it was something I ate


kills bugs for

up to six months,

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


/o GULF
SATELLITE
SYSTEMS
SALES, SERVICE and INSTALLATION




NORMAN BIXLER Phone 229-8171


The Sewing Room
pre^si 410 A Reid Avenue O
Ip p Port St. Joe, Florida O

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


Hagan Painting
Contractor

Quality Work at Affordable Prices
Commercial & Residential
Pressure Cleaning for Grime & Mildew
FREE ESTIMATES
LARRY HAGAN
Phone 648-8729


REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE
REFERENCES Ph 22-6374
Call and Talk to Us About Getting
Your Furniture Refinished to Look
Like New. We Buy and Sell Used
Furniture.


I


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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1985


CHARITY IS FINE-BUT W
SNOT WITH MEDICINES
Is it all right to share your medicine with
S someone else? Definitely not. As your doctor will
tell you, don't ever take medication which has
been prescribed for another person. This could
lead to many problems, and instead of helping, it
could be harmful to *the person sharing the
medication. Your doctor takes into consideration
such things as age, weight, sex and physical
condition when writing your prescriptions.
Yes, your doctor is the only one who should
prescribe a drug for treatment. Friends and
neighbors can offer free advice, hut your phy-
sician is the expert on matters of health. He is the B
one you should look to for professional help. So
please take our "free advice"-never share your
rn medicine with somebody 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 a



At Gulf Coast Community


'115O


Church

Softball

Standings

The lead in the church
softball league standings has
been taken over by the First
United Methodist Church,
who are now in sole posses-
sion of the top spot. Oak
Grove Assembly of God
Church is hanging on to
second place by a slim half
game over Long Avenue
Baptist, who have been in a
slump for the past couple of
weeks.'
The league standings are
as follows:
W L
First Methodist 8 2
Oak Grove Assembly 7 4
Long Avenue Baptist 6 4
Faith Bible 5 5
First Baptist 5 6
H.V. Church of God 4 6
H.V: Baptist 2 8

College


Summer Baseball Camp

The Gulf Coast Athletic through 12. Boys 13'and older This office will be open
Association will sponsor a will have camp from -11:30 Monday through Thursday
summer Baseball Camp at a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Camp-cost from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege during the second week
of June. According to Com-
modore Head Coach Bill
Frazier, the camp will be
held June 10-14 at the Joe
tom King Field.
All boys ages eight and up
are eligible to attend. The
camp will run from 9 a.m. to
11 a.m. for boys ages eight


is $40 per week.
Boys 15 and over may
receive individual tutoring in
any area from the camp staff
after 1:30 p.m. each day. The
cost of this tutoring is $40 per
week.
Additional information can.
be obtained by calling Peggy
Martin in the GCCC Athletics
Office at 769-1551, ext. 311.


SALE OF
USED VEHICLES

St. Joseph Telephone &
Telegraph Company
will sell the below listed vehicles:


1978 CHEV. NOVA 4-D sedan, V-8, ID
no. 1X69U8T195261, vehicle no. 124,
59,111 miles, with a/c, a.t., p.s., p.b.


19,79 FORD CARGO VAN % ton i.d.'
no. E24HHFE3102, vehicle no. 233, $1 550
107,157 m iles ......... .............
1980 FORD ECONOLINE 100 ,/ ton
van, .d. no. E04EBHG1612, vehicle no. $1550
241, 85,360 miles ......I.............. 1 5

1979 FORD ECONOLINE E250
CARGO VAN % ton, i.d. no. E24HHFE3104, 1550
vehicle no. 227,111,425 miles ........

See Bernard 0. Wester at Supply
Complex located on First Street
tfc 5116


Summer Recreation


Activities Outlined for Beginning On June 10


The City's Summer Recreation Program for
youth will get under way on June 10 with the Stac
House on 8th Street and the Washington High
Gym as major sites for the activities.
Mrs. Erma Parker, Mrs. Pam Lawrence and
three assistants will direct such activities as
ping-pong, pool, checkers, cards, chess as well
as other games and activities Monday through
Thursday from 2:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. Friday
night hours will be from 2:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M.
Elementary school children are invited to
participate from 2:00 P.M. until 5:00 P.M. daily.
This program is offered to only those children
who have experienced at least ope year in the
first grade. Seventh graders and up are invited
to participate until 9:00 P.M., Monday through
Thursday and on' Fridays until 10:00 P.M. Stac
House activities will run through August 16.
Washington Hi Gym activities will be


7


patterned after last year's successful program
under the supervision of Clarence Monette and
his assistants. Scheduled activities include
tennis, shuffle board, basketball, ping-pong,
softball, small table games, tether ball as well as
arts and crafts. Participants are invited to
attend between the hours of 8:30 A.M. and 4:30
P.M., Monday thru Friday. Scheduled activities
will be posted in 'the gym by Mr. Monette. This
program will begin June 10 and run thru August
2.
TENNIS, GOLF UNDECIDED
Due to lack of participation in the tennis and
golf programs the last two years, the City will
not offer these instructional activities in the
beginning. However, if sufficient interest
develops, they will be offered at a later date.
It is anticipated that the Sixth Annual "Buck


Griffin" Fishing Rodeo will be held at the St.
Joseph's Bay Country Club on a date to be
determined for all children ages four through 16.
Those children four years through eight years
old must be accompanied by a parent or
guardian.
The City of Port St. Joe offers this exciting
program for the youth at no charge. It is a great
opportunity for an enjoyable fellowship among
,old friends as well as a great opportunity to
make new friends. Parents are encouraged to
visit the activity sites and observe the activities '
in progress.
Applications for the Student Summer
Employment Program may be picked up at any
time at the City Hall and returned between May'
22-24, between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00:
P.M.


Boys Compete


In Jr. Olympics


Christopher Mock, Will
Sumner, Jeremy Pridgeon,
Michael Miller, Bill Ramsey,
Erich Hohman, and Blake
Little from St. Joe Gymnas-


C. W. Roberts Golf

Tourney Slated


The St. Joseph's Bay
Country Club will host the
Tenth Annual C. W. Roberts
Invitational Tournament on
Saturday and Sunday, May

Ward Reunion
Is Planned
Members of the Ward
family are planning a re-
union next Sunday, May 26,
at the Fort Gadsden State
Park. The reunion will begin
at'l:00 p.m., but any family
members interested in start-
ing the reunion early will
find other family members
at Wright's. Lake on Sat.,
May 25. They will either be
camping in the park or at the
lake itself.
Anyone with aqy questions
should call 653-9476 or
653-8071.

NOTE OF THANKS
" We want to thank our
friends for the kindness
shown us at the time of the
death of our loved one. Your
help at this time helped us in
facing our sudden loss.
Thank You,
The Lloyd Dees Family


lSummer's


Coming!


Take Comfort Now!


601
ROOM AIR
CONDITIONERS


+0i At Sale Prices!


Whirlpool
Model ACP052XM
5,000 BTU/Hr.
* 115 Volt Fan Only setting that allows
unit to be used as fan for cooling on
milder days COMFORT GUARD"
Control to help maintain the comfort
level selected e Insta-Mount* installation
for fast installation Adjustable Ther-
mostat 2-way Air Direction 3-speed
Fan Exhaust Control to quickly remove
stale air and odors from a room All-
weather Cabinet 5.6 Energy Efficiency
Ratio *Tmk.


As Low As $25900





ST. JOE HARDWARE
201 Williams Ave. Phone 229-8028


18 and 19, An estimated one
hundred area golfers will
compete in this 36 hole medal
play event with the low
scorer to be awarded the
champion's trophy.
Last year's winner, Kirk
Parker of St. Joe Beach, will
defend his title. Forty other
prizes will be awarded for
low scores by flight, closest
to the pin contests, and
longest drive contests.
Morning starting time is
8:30, and afternoon starting
time is 1:30. Golfers interest-
ed in playing in the tourna-
ment can enter until 6:00
P.M. Friday by calling the
Golf Shop at 227-1751. The
entry fee is $50.00.
The Awards Ceremony will
be held at 6:30 P.M. Sunday
evening, and the public is
invited to attend.

Gulf County
School Lunch

Menu
Monday, May 20
Hoagie sandwich, mixed
fruit, English peas, cake, and
milk.
Tuesday, May 21
Hot dog, French fries,
orange juice, cookies, and
milk.
Wednesday, May 22
Pizza, tossed salad, lima
beans, and milk.
Thursday, May 23
Battered dipped fish, -cole
slaw, baked beans, hush
puppies, brownies, and milk.
Friday, May 24
Cheeseburger, lettuce, to-
mato, pickles, French fries,
cookies and milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.


Public Notices
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned person intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gulf
County, Florida, four weeks after the
first publication of this notice, the fic-
titlous name or trade name under which
he will be engaged in business and In
which said business is to be carried on.
to-wit: .
CAPE PLANTATION
P. 0. Box 955
Port St. Joe. Florida 32456
Owner: Costin Development
Corporation
4t 5116

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE.
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY.
GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION
Case No. 84.234
BUFFALO SAVINGS BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID LEE BARNES and
SEDRA D. BARNES, his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure
entered In the above st,led cause, In
the Circuit Court of Gulf County,
Florida, I will sell the property situate In
Gulf County, Florida, described as:
Lot 31, Block 1004, of the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida, accordinglto
plat recorded In Plat Book 1, Page
18, Public Records of Gulf County,
Florida
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, at the frort door of the
Gulf County Courthouse, at Port St.
Joe, Florida, at 11:00 A.M., on June 3,
1985. WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this court on April 29, 1985.
JERRY GATES,
Clerk Circuit Court
By: Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
2t 5/17


tics traveled to Lake Worth
May 4 to compete in the
United States Gymnastics
Federation Florida State
Men's Junior Olympic Com-
pulsory Class V-IV-III Gym-
nastics Championships.
Blake Little, right, is
shown on the high bar.

The state meet was hosted
by Gold Coast Gymnastics
and held at Santaluces Com-
munity High School in Lan-
tana. Scores are as follows:


5 .


7-9 Class V
Mock................ 8.6
Sumner ............. 8.7
Pridgeon ............. 8.5
10-12 Class V
Miller ...... ........ 8.2
Ramsey .............. 8.2
Hohman.............. 8.10
10-12 Class IV
Little ................. 8.5


7.9 6.6 7.4
8.3 7.25 8.2
8.2 7.10 9.10


8.15 9.0
6.3 8.3
8.25 8.4


8.5 8.25 8.3


g e -- x
8.05 5.50 44.05 r.*
8.3 7.6 48.80 -

8.25 7.6 49.40 .
6.55 7.25 43.00
8.35 7.95 48.65 Class V gymnasts: wm Sumner holding team trophy, atop
Bill Ramsey's shoulders. Standing, Jeremy Pridgeon, left, and
8.0 8.25 48.80 Chris Mock. Kneeling, Erich Hohman, left and Michael Miller.


Lo


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What Happened


to Honor?


I We all enjoy inany benefits
from living in a rapidly
changing world. Progress
has made life better and
easier for every person who
lives in. a developed, or
developing nation.
We live in an age that is
producing radical extremes.
Some events and things are
extremely good, while others
are extremely bad. Our


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wonderful technological suc-
cess on the one hand is
balanced by., our dreadful
personal relationships on the
other.
Entire nations are polariz-
ed at opposite political ex-
tremes. Incompatable idiolo-
gies are ripping the world
apart.
Within our own country,
politicians are openly admit-
ting that some of the most
important legislation comes
into existence without regard
for what is best for the
people. Partisan decisions,
which in other generations
were hidden behind closed
doors, are now proclaimed
under heavy media cover-
age.
Major defense contractors
boldly admit to deliberate
cheating. Trusted govern-
ment employees are admit-
ting to espionage.. The high-
est elected officials have
been publicly disgraced and
some have even faced prison.
So many parts of our social
order are working so poorly
that studies are being made
to discover how some of oaur
valued institutions 'can sur-
vive. Researchers are ask-
ing, "How can social struc-
tures retain their integrity in
a rapidly changing world?"
The June 1985 issue of
"Psychology Today" has de-
dicated its lead article to the
question, "Why do some
marriages last?" Every
adult reader should see the
results of this study. It


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Everflowing Fountain'
SUNDAY SCHOOL,..... 10:00A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:00A.M. .
EVENING.WORSHIP ... 6:00 P.M.'
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M.
PASTOR C. W. WHITAKER


reflects a healthy view of
society.
Lest we lose our perspec-
tive, we need to remind
ourselves that radical ex-
tremes are not hew. There
have always been the fat and
the lean, the mighty and the
weak, the brilliant and the
dull, as well as the evil and
the righteous. In our times,
we are able to observe these
contrasts with greater ease:
but they have always been
present. From the time of our
most remote ancestors until
this day, we have been
addressing the problem of
evil versus good.
-Nearly every society has
developed a recognizable
code. of honor to combat the
forces of evil. And society
has frequently applied its


Seniors

Auction

Success

While Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association's Wewa
:Auction had fewer items' than
usual to auction off, the food
was delicious, as always, and
maybe even more so. The
entertainment was delight-
ful, and all who attended
seemed'to have a good time.
The Senior Citizens Asso-
ciation takes this opportunity
to thank everyone in Wewa-
hitchka and Port St. Joe who
helped make this a success-
ful fund-raiser. It was a good
example of fine cooperation.
on the part of the staff,
participants and volunteers
of the Association, along with
the communities from as far
away as Panama City.
This event was also note-
worthy because it represents
the efforts of many senior,
citfzeis:with reasonably good
health and mobility, to help a
program; Community Care
for. the 'Elderly, serving,
senior citizens who are not
able, for health and physical
reasons, to help with such an
event. The Gulf County Seni-
or Citizens Association offers
many opportunities for older
citizens of the community to
help themselves and others,
including having many as
volunteers, advisory council
members, and even as paid
staff.

"The two greatest stimulants'
in the world are youth and
debt." Benjamin Disraeli


most serious censures
against those who break the
code.
If contemporary society is
really different from former
social orders, it could be in
this area. Maybe we no
longer feel shame when we
deviate from. our code of
honor.
A recent article in "Busi-
ness Week." chronicled the


decline of trust in the busi-
ness world. They explained
how business contracts are
easily broken when one party
finds the agreement no long-
er to be convenient. To
justify themselves, the judi-
cial leaders have reinter-
preted corporate law in such
a way that there is no longer
a stigma 'attached to such
actions.


Food Stamps

Gulf Offices Changing

Schedules June 1

Gulf County's issuance days for federal Food
Stamps will 'change on June 1, according to an
announcement made this week by the local, Food
Stamp. office.
After the June 1 change is made the local office will
be distributing Food Stamps on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday from the Port St. Joe office and on Tuesday
and Thursday from the Wewahitchka office.
A client's pick-up day will be determined by the
last number of the head of'hlousehold's Social Security
number (which is also the Food Stamp case number).
The schedule is as follows:
First Monday, Port St. Joe-0, 1, 2, 3.
First Tuesday, Wewahitchka-0, 1, 2, 3, 4.
First Wednesday, Port St. Joe-4, 5, 6.
First Thurdsday, Wewahitchka-5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
First Friday, Port St. Joe-7, 8, 9.
If a client misses his schedule, they may pick up
any issuance day after the fifth working day of the
month. There will be no issuance on the last working
day of the month.
Hours of issuance will be 8:30 a.m., to 11:30 a.m.,
local time.
Each client will be issued a new Food Stamp ID
card with their pick up day written on it. The card must
be presented on the new day in order to get Food
Stamps in June.
A calendar with the correct day for each number to
pick up is posted at each office. Any questions may be
answered by calling the Port t. Joe office at 229-6854
or the Wewahitchka office, 639-5270.



Sh ak Review

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


BY ANNETTE MINGER
Congratulations to the new
Student Council officers:
President, Sissy ,Burke;
Vice-President, Brett Kelly;
Recording Secretary, Teres-
sa Cozart; Cbrresponding
Secretary, Joe Norton; Trea-
surer, Tim Wilder. These five
students will be running the
student body for the school
year 1985-86.

Project Graduation tickets
went on sale on Monday, May
14. Tickets will be sold for the
next week, and the price is
$10.00 per Senior and $15.00
for a Senior and their date.
Seniors, do not forget your
money for this special event.

On Tuesday,' May 14, the
Chi Drama Club presented a
play entitled "No Boys Al-
lowed" at the Elementary
School Auditorium. Students
form the High School were
allowed to attend the play
during various periods dur-
ing the day. The price of the
tickets was $2.00 per person
with all the profits going to
the Chi Drama Club.

Friday, May 17, will be the
day for Seniors. Seniors have
been taking their final exams
this week and will leave at
2:38 on Friday for 'good.
Congratulations Seniors, and


ANNETTE MINGER
Good Luck.
This will be the last Shark
Review I will write for this
school year for Friday will be
my last day as a student at
Port St. Joe High. It has been
a tremendous pleasure and a
great learning experience to
have written this article for
the past nine months. I would
like to thank Mrs. Biggs and
the English Department at
Port St. Joe High for giving
me the opportunity to share
with the community the news
of PSJ High. Since it would
be inappropriate to close by
saying "Until next week.." I
just leave you with "This is
Annette.Minger, hoping you
have a good one".


Toward

Understanding

by The Rev. Jerry R. Huft
Rector, St. James' Episcopal Church


This reinterpretation of
business law is sending shock
waves around the world. But
some critics see this as
nothing when it is compared
to the ethical behavior of
respected leaders in the
Church. Many believe that
the ethics of the Church have
slipped several notches.
Critics cite denominational
conferences and conventions
as a mere reflection of

Commodity

Give Away

May 21,30

In Port St. Joe commodity
distribution will be fr6m 2:00
p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDST on
May 21 at the Senior Citizens
Building. Those who receive
commodities in Port' St. Joe
need to recertify and pick up
their commodity card in the
Civil Defense Office at the
Gulf County Courthouse" be-
fore the May 21 distribution
date.
In Wewahitchka, com-
modity distribution will be
from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
CDST on May 30 at the
Community Building. This is
one week later than normal
because of a scheduling
problem. Those who receive
commodities in Wewahit-
chka should come to the
Community Building on May
29 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
CDST to recertify and pick
up their commodity card. It
is not necessary for out .of
town residents to make a
special trip to recertify, but it
will speed up the distribution
on May 30.


secular political bodies.
Those who are embroiled in
the inner workings say that
issues become smoke
screens, behind which power
struggles rage.
One might conclude that
Church leaders are only a
step or two behind political
leaders in the ethical march
into decadence. But such a
conclusion would be wrong.
We are reminded of the
story Jesus once told about
the wheat and the tares. One
plant is beneficial, while the
other is poisonous. Yet they
both grow side by side,
nourished by the same rich
earth, warm sun light, and
gentle rain.
It is true that we live in a
world of contrasts and chan-
ges. When we are at our
worst, we are perfectly
dreadful. But don't give up
hope! There are still scores
of people like you and me
who are doing our best to live'
according to a high code of
honor.
Our code reads like this:
"Do all things without
grumbling and questioning,
that you may be blameless
and innocent, children of God
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PAGE TWELVE THE STAR. THURSDAY. MAY 16, 1985


Notice of Tax Certificate


SALE


Pursuant to Chapter 197.062, Florida Statutes, notice is
hereby given that on the 31st day of May, 1985, at one o'clock
p.m., tax sale certificates will be sold on the following
described lands to pay the amount due for the taxes herein set
opposite the same, together with all costs of such sale and all
advertising. Sale will be held at the Gulf County Courthouse,
County Commission Meeting Room, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St.
Joe, County of Gulf, State of Florida.


EDA RUTH TAYLOR
Tax Collector Gulf County, Florida



WHITFIELD ACRES UNRECORDED
A SUBDIVISION OF NE/4 OF SW/4 OF
SECTION 5 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE
8 WEST LOTS BEING 60 X 130 FT
i 7 8 -BAILEY G-ORGE MARVIN
WHITFIELD ACRES UNRECORDED
A 60 x 13C FT LOT FR GOOLSBY.
ORB 66/573
MAP #156A
WHITFIELO ACRES SUBD. UNRECORDED
A SUBDIVISION OF THE NW 1/4 OF
THE SW 1/4 OF SECTION 5 TWP 7
SUUTH RANGE 8 WEST GULF COUNTY.
FLOIROA MAP S 156A
5 7 8 -HILL JIM, TRUSTEE
8BLK C WHITFIELD ACRES SUBO. UNRECORDED
W 1/2 OF LOT 2 ORB 82/234
MAP S 156 A
WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD CREEK
SECOND ADDITION PLAT BOOK 1 PAGE
59 A SUBdIVISION OF SE 1/4 OF
SW 1/4 OF SECTION 5 TWP 7 SOUTH
RANGE 8 WEST GULF COUNTY
-PARKER ROBERT S. E CHERYL M.
'BLK 8 WHITFIELD ACRES AT HOWARD CREEK
SECOND ADDITION PB I PG 59
LOT 9 ORB 91/848 FR PARKER
MAP 0156A
5 7 8 -BOSWELL JIMMY C. & MARY JO
RECORD ORB 77/987 FROM JOLLY
MAP #156A
HOWARD CREEK PROPERTIES
A SUBDIVISION OF W/2 OF SW/4 OF
SECTION 5 TOWNSUlP T SOUTH RANGE
8 WEST LYING SOUTH OF SR 38T L
PART SE/4 OF SE/4 OF SECTION 6
TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE 8 MEST
5 7 8 -WARD MICHAEL & CLYTIE ATMWELL
BLK 5 HOWARD CREEK PROP UNRECORDED
N/2 OF LOT 4 ORB 57/e13
MAP 0156A
ORB 95/1051 FROM ELDER
5 7 8 -WARD MICHAEL & CLYTIE ATWELL
BLK 5 HOWARD CREEK PROP UNRECORDED
S/2 OF LOT 4 ORB 57/816
MAP S156A
ORB .95/1052 FROM ELDER
5 7 B -DECKER, C. 0. -.
BLK 5 HOWARD CREEK PROP UNRECORDED
E/2 OF LOT 8 MAP 0156A
STOKES DEAD LAKES CAMP UNIT ONE
PB 2 PG 36 A SUBDIVISION OF PART
OF SECTION 31 TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 9
MAP 0109C
KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 35
IN SECTION 9 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9
MAP 0127C
--SINGLETARY J. E. F JOHN PAGE
BLK .2 "KENTUCKY LANDING SUBDIVISION
UNIT ONE PB 2 PG 35
LOT l
MAP #127C
HARLAND 0. PRIDGEON PLAT ON
CHIPOLA CUTOFF RECORDED ORB
5/504 SECTIONS 17 & 18 T 4 R 9
d1 4 9 -LEMASTERS RONALD L. SR. ET UX
BROG N TO SR R/W FOR POB E 597
FT ALG. N R/W N TO DEAD LKS WNW
ALG LKS TO CHANNEL OF CHIPOLA R
WSW ALG CHANNEL TO BROG E TO POB,
ORB 85/758 MAP 0111B
17 4- 9- -KEARNEY, JAMES P. & BETTY J.
JIM E. LONG PLAT AS REC*D ORB
25/71 LOTS 22.23.24.&25
ORB,74/599
MAP 4 111 A,
RED BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
UNIT NOW 1 UNRECORDED
IN SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9
SMAP S112B .
--HOBBS EMORY GAY ET'UX
S 8K CK REDOBULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 1
LOT 8 ORB 76/1175
MAP 01128
--DUCHENE KENNETH A. ET AL
BLK D RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO.-1,
LOT 4 ORB 75/1031
MAP 0112B
-ROqBINS DUDLEY E WYNELL
BLK G RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO.. 1
LOT 6 ORB 89/75
MAP 01128
R-O BULL ISLAND SUBDIVISION
UNIT NO. 2 UNRECORDED
SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9 AND
SECTION 25 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10
--FUSELIER DONNA E.'
BLK B RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 6
MA #94A
-1VEAL EDWARD DAN ET UX
BLK F RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOTS 4 & 5
MAP 01128
--MULLINAX ROBERT GERALD
BLK L RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
LOT 12 3RB 76/1055
MAP 0112B
--BUTLER WALTON
BLK M RED BULL ISLAND SUBD. UNIT NO. 2
1 ACRE, ADJOINING LOT 18 REC'DO
ORB 72/709
MAP 1128
RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
UNRECORDED IN US GOV-T LOT 2
FRACTL SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 4
SOUTH RANGE.9 WEST
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
--NORRIS KENDALL A.
'8LK Y RED BULL ISLAND UNIT NO. 3
LOTS 7, 8 F& 9 ORB 90/187 FR
LAWRENCE
ORB 96/182 CERT. OF TITLE FR
CLERK ORB 96/385
MAP 0 1128
COCHRAN LANDING PROPERTY
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION BY PARKER
IN SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9
MAP 0112B'
--KENDRICK. GARY L.
COCHR'AN LANDING PROP. UNRECORDED
LOTS 9 & 10 ORB 97/683 FR
KENDRICK
MAP #1128
18 5 9 -MELVIN MURRAY P. & MARY R.
106.25 X 205 FT LOT BEING LOT I
UNRECORDED PLAT UNRECORDED AA
FR HERRING
MAP # 114 B
18 5 9 -HERRING DEMPSEY
106.25 X 205 FT LOT BEING LOT 3
UNRECORDED PLAT
MAP 0 114 B
18 5 9 -WHITFIELD JOSEPH K.
BEGIN AT THE SEC OF NE/4 OF NW/4
C RUN ON S LINE W TO FANNIE LD TH
RUN N S TO POB ORB 4/268
MAP. 114
18 5 9 -CAUSEY EDWARD G.
ORB 81/412 FR EDGAR CAUSEY
ORB 84/967
MAP 0114B
18 5 9 -WHITFIELD JOSEPH K.
IN SWC OF NE/4 OF NW/4 REC'D
ORB 4/268
MAP #1148
GULF COUNTY FARMS INC. CONSISTING
OF 49 FARM TRACT IN SECTION 19
TOWNSHIP S SOUTH RANGE 9 WEST ON
THE WEST SIDE OF STATE RD. 71
--ARHELGER JERRY L.
GULF COUNTY FARM TRACTS
FARM S 6 ORB 78/857
5 AC M/L
MAP #114C
20 5 9 -COKER ROY F.
REC'D ORB 73/663 FR STEWART
100 FT BY 100 FT MAP #1140
RIVERSIDE PARK SUBDIVISION
CORRECTIVE REPLAT UNIT NO. 1 PB 2
PG 38 BY JOE T LAND IN SECTION 31
TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 9 WEST. GULF
COUNTY* FLORIDA
MAP #112C
--BARLEY JAMES
BLK 3 CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF RIVERSIDE
PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2 PG 38
LOT 2 ORB 88/208 FR WARD
MAP #112C
--HAND CLARENCE E. F RUTH
BLK 3 CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF RIVERSIDE
PARK UNIT ND 1 PB 2 PG 38
LOT 6
MAP 0112C
--HAND CLARENCE E. ET UX
BLK 4 CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF RIVERSIDE
PARK UNIT NO 1 PB 2 PG 38
LOT 22 ORB 86/430
MAP 0112C
TWIN LAKES SUBD UNIT 2 PB 2 PG 44
BY JOE T LAND BEING IN SECTION 36
TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10 F SECTION 31
TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10


MA\P 90F012


--.HITFIEL) FREDDIE
RLK 8 CORRECTIVE REPLAT OF TWIN LAKES
SUBD UNIT 2 PB 2 PG 44
LOT 4
MAP 0990
TWIN LAKES SUBDIVISION UNIT NO. 3
BY JOE T. LAND'UNRECORDED
--FREEMAN, CAVID R. ET UX
HLK C TWIN LAKES SUBD UNIT 3 UNRECORDED
LOT I ORB 94/574-5
MAP 094D
28/29 5 9 -wHITFIELD CHAPLES R. SR.
REC'D DBK 20/313
MAP 0115A G 0132B
GULF COUNTY FARMS UNIT NO. 4
UNPELORDED SUBDIVISION IN SECT 30
T 5 S R 9 W
32 5 9 -LORTON GEORGE C E. W. YAND
ORi 17/1052 FROM PIPPIN
DALKEITH SUBD. UNRECORDED IN
StCTION 32 T S R 9 WEST GULF CO.
33 5 9 -HAL'L JACK L. JR.
NW/4 OF NW/4 LYING E. OF SR 381
OR6 57/1030 LESS 4 AC DBK 20/183
TO LILLIE MAE BYRD L LESS 6 AC IN
NEC OF NW/4 OF NW/4 TO JOHN H.
HALL MAP 132C
DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB 2 PG 25
IN NW/4 OF SECTION 34 TOWNSHIP 5
RANGE 9 PART OF FRACTIONAL
SECTION 27 TOWNSHIP 5 RANGE 9
--TAYLOR JUANITA & JERRY L.
BLK 1 DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB 2 PG 25
LOT 24 ORB 87/958
MA' 01320
--HOBBS VIRGIL K. ET UX
BLK 2 DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB 2 PG 25
6 LOT. 7 ORB 87/973
"AP i13ZD
--BROWN EDWARD
BLK 4 DOUGLAS LANDING UNIT 1 PB 2 PG 25
ORB 91/390 FR GULF CO BEING THAT
PORTION OF RD LYING IN FRONT OF
LOTS 5 E 7
MA0 01320D
--BROWN PHYLLIS A.
BLK 5 OOUGLAS LANDING UNIT I PB 2 PG 25
T LOTS 4 6 5 LESS RD R/W ORB
T9/902
MAP 01320
34 S 9 -O*ISERNIA BRIAN R. ET UX
PART OF SE/ & E/2 OF SM/4 LYING
S OF SR 381 E OF ST. JOE PAPER
CO MATER SUPPLY CANAL
MAs 01320
z 6 9 -DeISERNIA BRIAN R. ET-UX
f ALL w/2 SECT 2 LYING S OF WILLIS
LOG RD LESS 1.39'4 AC TO TELE CO
IN ORB 51/25 REC C'ORB 64/99q
PAP 014f
3 6 9 -DISERNIA BRIAN R. ET UX
L3 LOT I ORIG N/2 OF LOTS 2 3
ORIG LESS 7T AC TO PAPE" CO t LESS
3 AC TO LANGFORO M OF CANAL
MAP 0133
ANDEORA PARK SUBDIVISION
P5 I PG 10 A SUBDSOIVISION OF ALL
OF SECTION 6 TOWNSHIP 6 RANGE 9
11 6 9- -00ISERNIA BRIAN R. ET UX
6 THAT PORTION OF W/2 OF SECT 11
S LYINS M OF CO RO ORB T76/845
NAP 214.
25 3 10 -SNELL OONALD E.
REC'O ORB 69/1049 FR SEXTON
T BEING PARCEL N1O 15
S MAP 091A
2S 3 10 -SOMELL JERRY DON
100 FT ON DEAD LAKES 301 FT AV
DEPTH ON IOLEWOOO OR ORB 90/129
S FR SPOONER
2 26 3 10 -YON ELLIS
208 341 FT LOT IN NE/4 OF NW/4
ORB 92/285 FR LAWRENCE
l MAP 991
MIDWAY PARK SU80 PB 1 PG 43
SECTION 25 TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 10
GULF COUNTY
--GATES JERRY
BLK 1 MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB I PG 43
LOTS 1 C 2 ORB 38/641+. LESS,
1.25 AC OUT OF NEC OF LOT 2
D1 ORB 58/678
MAP 091A
--GATES JERRY
BLK 1 MIDWAY PARK SUBD PB 1 PG 43
1.25 AC, OUT OF NEC OF LOT 2
ORB 90/1039 QC FR SUDDUTH 9/82
MAP 091A

0 IJLEWOOD SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 1
IN SECTION 25 TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 10
PB 2 PG 15 MAP #91A
--SPANN ANN K.
BLK 4 IOLEWOOD SUBDIVISION UNIT NO. 1
O LOT 1
0 MA i794IA
IULEWOOD.PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT I1
SECTION 25 TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 10
PB 2 PG 1 MAP 091A
--PELHAM CLIFFORD M. ET UX
BLK S IDLEWOOO PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT 1I
S/2 OF'LOT I ORB 84/217
MAP 091A"
0 --PELHAM CLIFFOPD M.
8 BLK 5 IDLEWOOD PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT. 1
N/2 OF LOTS 1 & 2
MAP 091A
3 25 3 10 -HUGHES L. R.
9 PARCEL NO 1 OF HUGHES PLAT
UNRECORDED LESS S'LY 50 FT TO
30YD
O MAP 091A
8 36 3 10 -HANLON JOHN E. E SUE
ORB 85/Z96 FR J. C. HANLON
MAP q910
36 3 10 -LEE BILLY G. ET AL
IN ORIG LOT 7 ORB 81/400 PARCEL
I
MAP #91D
o 36 3 10 -LEE BILLY G. ET AL
7 255.50 FT BY 170.49 FT REC'O ORB
R1/400 PARCEL II
MAP 0910D
0 .RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDITION TO
8 IOLA UNIT ONE PB 2 P.G 24
--STEWART JACK 0.
BLK 4 RIVERSIDE ESTATES AOON TO IOLA
0 PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO I
B LOT 11
MAP' 128B
--TOLBERT JOHN R. E DELLE
0 BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO IOLA
0 PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1
LOT 1 ORB. 69/219 & LOT 2 ORB
97/481
NMAP 0 128B
--TOLBERT JOHN R
BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES AODN TO IOLA
PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1
LOT 2
MAP I1288 '
1 --LESTER BYRON & JETER
8 BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDN TO IOLA
PB 2,PG 24 UNIT NO 1
LOT 12 ORB 88/598 FR ROBERTS I.
LESTER
MAP 0128B
--P-AOEN GREGOR-Y A.
BLK 5 RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADDON TO IOLA
PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1I
LOT 17 ORB 78/270
MAP 41288
8 --PEADEN ROBERT E. ET UX
2 BLK S RIVERSIDE ESTATES ADON TO IOLA
PB 2 PG 24 UNIT NO 1
LOT 18
MAP #1288
O C. F. HANLON SUBDIVISION NO I1
6 Pb 1 PG Z42 A SUBDIVISION OF PART
OF LOT 7, ORIG IN SECTION 3b
TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 10
MAP 0.91D0
0 --WEST JAMES E. ET UX
6 BLK A Co F. HANLON SUBD NO 1 PH I PG 42
LOT 10 ORB 86/517
MAP #910'
--wEST JAMES E. ET UX
6 BLK A C. F. HANLON SUBO NO 1 PB 1 PG 42
LOT 11 ORB 86/517
MAP #l91D
-MIXON P. E.
2 BLK 0 Co F. HANLON SUBD NO I PB 1 PG 42
8 LOTS 9. E 10 ORB 86/69
MAP ;910
CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG 4
BEING IN SECTION 36 TOWNSHIP 3
0 RANGE 10 MAP #91D0
--ROGERS ELMER E. ET UX
BLK 2 CENTRAL LANDING SUBD PB 3 PG 4
w'LY 100 FT OF LOT 12
MAP #910
3 4 10 -HANNERS MARY L.
7 AREA E BEING TRACTS 6 C 7 STONE CREEK
8 ACRES UNRECORDED ORB 59/683 6
ORB 59/68. MAP T74


3 4 10 -CARTER TEDDY LEE & CINDY DEAN
0 756 BEING PLOT 03 STONE CREEK ACRES
$18.54 UNRECORDED UNRECORDED AGREEMENT
FR BROGDON
MAP #74

MEEKS LAKE SUBD PB 2 PG 11
IN SECTION 14 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10
MAP #938
13 4 10 -ROBERTS BOYD
# 804 A 73 FT LOT FRONTING ON DEAD
$110.47 LAKES FR WHALEY ORB 81/480
MAP 93A
13 4 10 -DANFORD JOE JR. ET UX
REC'D 3RB 46/104 FR THIGPEN
9 806 MAP '093A
$36.20 13 4 10 -ROBERTS, BOYD
38 FT FRONT ON JEHU ROAD
ORB 94/649 FR WHALEY
13 4 10 -ROBERTS, BOYD
9 824 ORB 96/666 FR WHALEY
$30.08 15 4 10 -SIMS. DANIEL & BETTY
100 x 75 FT LOT IN NW/4 OF SE/4
OF SE/4 ORB 94/758 QC FR MEYERS
MAP # 75

15 4 10 -AL KRAFT INC.
DBK 35/13 W 132 BY 330 FT OF LOT
23 ORANGE ACRES
MAP 075


0 916 15 4 10 -SIMS, DANIEL
S122.44 A LOT 50 BY 100 FT
REC'D ORB 94/690 QCD FROM DAWSON
MAP #75
23 4 10 -HILL CHARLIE M.
A LOT 74 X 82 FT FR CLAUDE
LISTER REC'O ORB 80/748, LESS
a 920.002 ORB 87/878 TO GRAY
$35.86 MAP 093C
23 4 10 -GRAY CLARENCE
A LOT 74 X 82 FT REC'D ORB 87/878
0 922 MAP #93C'
S187.09 C L MORGAN'S AODN TO WEWAHITCHKA
FLA UNIT NO ONE PB 2 PG 33
A SUbDIVISION IN NE/4 OF NE/4 OF
SECTION 23 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10 &
SE/. OF SE/4 OF SECTION 16
. 958 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10 MAP 093C
118.54 23 4 10 -BECK LEE EST C/O ROBERT JONES
BK 12/592 LESS SOLD TO OTHERS
24 4 10 -BURNS BRAOY
9 971 A LOT 177 FT. BY 250 FT. FROM
$34.71 JACK PRIDGEON
MACKS ADDITION TO WEWAHITCHKA
PB 1 PG 14 IN SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
MAP 094A
--HURST C ADAMS DRUGS INC.
MACKS ADDON TOWEWAHITCHKA
PB 1 PG 14
LOTS 26, 27. 28 F 29. LESS N 6 FT
OF LOT 29 ORB 78/64
0 994.007 MAP 094A
323.19 --CANNING OR. H. B. EST.
MACKS ADON TO WEWAHITCHKA
PB 1I PG 14
0 1002 BEGIN AT SWC OF LOT 32 RUN N 30
S133.46 FT E 83 FT S 30 FT W 80 FT TO BEG
MAP 094A
--GORTMAN JIMMY 0.
a 1013.020 MACKS ADON TO WEWAHITCHKA
$23.18 PB I PG 14
LOTS 146 F 147
MAP 094A
LAKESIDE ADDITION PB 1 PG 4
BY E.M. FULLINGTON
0 1016.020 PARTS OF NWI/4 OF SW1/4 OF SECT
39.31 24 T 4 R 10
--WHITFIELD KENNETH
BLK C LAKESIDE ADDITION PB I PG 4
LOTS 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
9 1038 E 18
$289.85 MAP 9qDO
LAKE ALICE ADO TO WEWAHITCHKA
BY E.M. FULLINGTON PARTS OF
NWI/4 OF SWI/4
3 1050 --WdITFIELD JOSEPH KENNETH
lI.l32.10 BLK 1 LAKE ALICE ADD TO WEWAHITCHKA
LOT 2 LESS W 15 FT F LOT 3
--CROCKER MICHAEL OSBORNE ET UX
BLK 6 LAKE ALICE ADO TO WEWAHITCHKA
0 1O06 LOTS 3 & 4 ORB 37/674 FR JENSEN
847 20 6 HOMEWOOD PB 3 PG 16 A SUBO UF
PART OF SE/4 OF SECTION 23 & PART
OF NW/4 OF SECTION 25 F PART OF
NE/4 OF SECTION 26 TOWNSHIP 4
SOUTH RANGE 10 wEST. CITY OF,
WEWAHITCHKA. GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
25 4 10 -BR3GDON ELLIS DOYLE ET 0 1069 RECORD ORB 74/H14 FROM LISTER
$1,312.84 PULPWOOD
MAP 094A
COLLEGE PARK PB 1 PG 13
0 118T.007 A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTION
i144.14 25 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10
--ALLEN, PHILLIP EUGENE
8LK 0 COLLEGE PARK ADDITION LOTS 31, 32
* 1191.010 ORB 96/995 FROM GLASS
193.59 RISHES SUBDIVISION
'TO WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
SECTION 25 T.4 R 10
0 1195 --WHITFIELO MICHAEL W.
S350.43 BLK I RISES SUBDIVISION
LOT 9
--STRENGTH JAMES C. '
BLK.3 RISHES SUBDIVISION
LOTS 6 F 7 ORB 90/717 FR FOUNTAIN
CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO 2
0 1238 SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
$345.88 --WORTH ROBERT L. ET UX
BLK 9 CLECKLEYS ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
LOT 15
L HARDENS SUBDIVISION
TO WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
0 1238.001 IN SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
$257.01 --TYLER HAZEL H.
BLK 1 HARDENS SUBOIVISION
LOTS 3 &E 4
--CAPPS MARY V.
BLK 2 HARDENS SUBDIVISION
2 LOTS T17. N/2 OF 18LORB 67/1095
BEING A*LIFE ESTATE
IDA GRIFFIN SUBDIVISION
S1268 TO WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDOA
$307.13 IN SECTION 25 T 4 R 10
25 4 10 -MUINA GLENOAR
BEG AT NEC OF SE/4 OF. NE/4 E RUN
S 210 YDS FOR FOB, TH RUN N 70
YOS. E 70 YDS,. ,S 70 YDS. W TO7 YDS
TO PUB ORB 93/377 -..F RISH
0 1304 WHISPERING PINES UNIT NO I PB 3
$24.33 PG 9 A SUBDIVISION IN SECTIONS
26 & 35 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
0 1305 --CLECKLEY.CHARLES 6 BETTY
$152.51 WHISPERING PINES UNIT 1 PB 3 PG-9
LOT 4
MAP 094C
0 1340.001 WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG 3
$76.25 A SUBDIViSION OF PART OF NE/4 OF
NW/4 OF SECTION 26 TOWNSHIP 4
RANGE 10
MAP 948
S1373.001 -WILLIAMS DAVI'DESTATE
$23.51 BLK B WILLIAMSBURG PB 1 PG' 3
SLOTS 20.,21, 22, 23 F 24
9 1373.020 MAP 094B
5.19 PINE RIDGE ADDITION
TO .WEWAHITCHKA' PB. 2 PG 8
A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTIONS
0 1373.021 23 F 26 TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 10
.$34.71 --HILL CHARLIE S ORA MAE
BLK 3 PINE RIOGE ADDITION PB 2 PG 8
LOT 6 ORB 89/266 FR HILL
MAP 094B
LESTERS SUBDIVISION
OF WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
0 1417 SECTION 36 T 4 R 10
$30.08 --WARREN NETTLE MRS. HEIRS OF'
3BLK 2 LESTERS SUBDIvISION
LOT 21 E W 70 FT OF 24 DBK 33/211
& ORB 1/530 FR LESTER
S 1419 36 4 10 -HUGHES WILLIAM WILLIS
1301.74 RECD ORB .57/938 FROM WHALEY
MITCHELL MANOR SUBDIVISION
UNRECORDED. IN SECTION 36
TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH RANGE 10 WEST.
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
S1420 --MITCHELL MANOR
$36.72 MITCHELL MANOR SUBO. UNRECORDED
LUT I HWY FRONTAGE
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
S 1431 LOT 2 HWY FRONTAGE .5 AC M/L
$65.88 --MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBDO. UNRECORDED
LOT 4 HWY FRONTAGE .5 AC M/L
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
0 1436 LOT N5 INTERIOR LOT .5 AC M/L
122.44- --MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
LOT 8 .5 AC M/L
--MITCHELL MANOR
0 1437 MITCHELL MANOR SUBO. UNRECORDED
35P4.20 LOT 9 .5 AC M/L
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBO. UNRECORDED
LOT 12 .5 AC M/L
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUB0. UNRECORDED
LUT 13 .5 AC M/L
--MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
a 1463 LOT 14 -
$24.33 --MITCHELL MANOR
MITCHELL MANOR SUBD. UNRECORDED
LOT-15
a 1463.001 --MITCHELL MANOR
$24.33 MITCHELL MANOR SUBO. UNRECORDED
LUT 16
36 4 10 -MITCHELL MANOR
# 14 7 A LOT IBO FT ON HWY BY 150 'T.
$213.26 BEING THAT PART EXCEPTEDC OUT OF
MITCHELL MANOR SU80. UNRECOROED
36 4 10 -MITCHELL MANOR
THAT PORTION IN MITCHELL MANOR
SUB0 UNRECORDED DESCRIBED AS
UNOEOICATED ROADS 50 FT X 620.59
490 0FT AND ANOTHER 50 FT X 429.84 FT
$70.51 BEING A TOTAL OF 1.2 AC M/L
SUNNYWOOD ESTATES UNIT NO 2
PB 3 PG 17 LOCATED IN NE/4 OF
0 1517.013 SECTION 2 TOWNSHIP 5 RANGE 10
$67.62 MAP I;95B
12 5 10 -JOHNSON CLIFFORD M. ET UX
IN SE/4 OF SE/4 ORB 80/232
MAP 095D
9 1517.125 11 7 1O -HINSON TALLICE
$48.55 50 FT X 110 FT LOT FR LILES IN
ORB 62/502
MAP 1010C


wIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
LYING ON EAST SIDE OF SR 71
BEING IN SECTION 11 TOWNSHIP 7
RANGE 10 MAP #IOIC
0 1637.005 --HAPPER POY VINSON ET UX
BLK 4 H1l1ICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
LOTS 19. 20. 21 & 22 ORB 88/1036
S1647' FR STAFFORD
S90.47 MAP lOIC
--HARPER ROY V. JR. & GLORIA L.
0 1649.020 BLK 4 WIMICO SUbDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
333.7T LOTS 1 & 2 OKB 91/624 FR HARPER
MAP #101C
0 1649.040 --00UOS GLENN R. JR.* F. ANORA I
127.45 BLK 4 WIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
a 1729.053 LOTS 7 C 8 ANO W/2 OF ALLEY
S 18.54 ADJOINING SAME ORB 92/478 FR
HARPER.
MAP 101OC
--DOUOS GLENN R. JR. & SANDRA I
0 1735 BLK 4 wIMICO SUBDIVISION TO WHITE CITY
S 132 LOTS 15 & loAND E/2 OF ALLEY
32.41 ADJOINING ORB 92/478 FR HARPER
4AP #101C


0 1735.001
S15.26


0 1777
$17.69



# 1777.010
317.69







0 1864
$18.59
0 1905
$46.16




0 1988
S836.75




P 1994
S261.28




# 2023
$205.58.







0 2049
S154.34






9 2144
S$36.48

0 2160.002
$194.37







0 2178
$488.78





# 2275.050
S35.86




# 2339.010
$33.77

0 2347.010
$60.54



0 2377.002
$140,83




0 2385
$279.22

# 2394
S52.70





0 2444
$60.54







# 2471.005
S50.89







0 2497
$30.08






3 2547
$129.74





0 2572
$47.40


0 2586
$83.67




0 2629.052
$58.94

# 2629.053
$58.94

# 2629.055
$58.94

0 2629.056
S48.55

0 2629.059
$48.55

# 2629.060
$48.55

# 2629.063
$48.55

0 2629.064
$48.55

# 2629.065
S48.55

S2629.066
$48.55

S 2629.067
48*.55

O 2629.068
$50.89


# 2629.080
$18.10








# 2707.001
$116.67

S 2794.001
$19.48


0 2961
$31.66



4' 2961.001
$218.95


a 2963
$23.44



0 2966
$29.98


WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. 1 PB 2 PG 3
SECTION 13 TOWNSHIP B RANGE 10
MAP 0698
--ADAMS JOEL DENNY ET UX
BLK 3 WARD RIDGE UNIT NO. I PB 2 PG 3
LOT I
MAP 0698
--OOUDS GLENN R. JR.
BLK 4 WARD RIDGE UNIT ND. I PB 2 PG 3
LOT I
MAP 69B
MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG 49
IN FRACTIONAL SECTION 19
TOWNSHIP 9 RANGE 10
MAP 072C
--KING WILLIAM G.
BLK A MONEY BAYOU SUBO PB I PG 49
LOT 3
MAP #72C
--JOSEPH ROBERT
BLK D MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB I PG 49
LOT 2
MAP 072C
--HESTER DIAMOND
BLK D MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG 49
LOT 4
MAP 072C
--WYNN JbLIUS
BLK E MONEY BAYOU SUBD PB 1 PG 498
LOTS 12 13
MAP 072C
MONEY BAYOU SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 2
PB 2 PG 28 IN SECTION 19
TOWNSHIP 9 RANGE 10
7 9 10 -HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
ALL OF SECTION -ORB 88/349 FR
WOODALL ET AL
MAP 071
8 9 10 -HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
ALL OF SECTION ORB 80/349 FR
WOODALL ET AL
MAP 071
15 4 10 -A M LAND DEVELOPMENT
ON LU RD 30' 500 FT DEPTH ORB
96/356 FROM WUODMERE JACKSONVILLE
INC. MAPO 90A
INDIAN LAGOON ESTATES 'UNRECORDED
SUBDIVISION OF A PORTION OF
SECTIONS 15, l6 AND 17 TOWNSHIP 9
SOUTH RANGE 10 WEST, GULF COUNTY
FLORIDA
MAP S90
17 9 10 -HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
N/2 OF N/2 ORB,88/349 FR WOOOALL
ET AL
MAP 072
18 9 10 -HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
ALL OF SECTION ORB 88/349 FR
WGODALL ET AL,'
MAP #72
19 9 10 -HILTON CHARLE-S L. JR. ET AL
S19 N OF SR 3Q0\LESS M BAYOU COT.
BEING 33.6 AC ORB 88/349 FR.WOOO-
ALL f LESS 19.9 AC IN TREASURE
SHORES 1ST ADD D UNREC
19 9 10 -HILTON CHARLES E. JR. ET AL
297 FT GULF FRONT M/L S OF SR 30 "
500 FT DEPTH M/L LESS TO MONEY
BAYOU, LESS TREASURE SHORES SUBD
ORB 88/349 FR WOODALL ET AL
MAP S72C
TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION
PB 3 PG 26
A SUBDIVISION OF A PORTION OF '
FRACTIONAL SECTION 19 TOWNSHIP 9
RANGE 10
MAP 0.72C
--HANCOCK JOHN H. AND
B.LK A TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION
LOT 3 ORB 92/413 FR HILTON ET-AL
MA P72C
--SHUMNAN JOSEPH L.
BLK A TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION
LOT 26 ORB 92/86 FR HILTON ET AL
MAP 72C
--SHUMAN JOSEPH L.
BLK A TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION
LOT 27 ORB 92/6 .FR HILTON ET AL
MAP 072C
'--CARLSON STEPHEN C. F MARY L.
BLK B TREASURE SHORE SUBDIVISION
LOT 2 ORB 95/270 FR. HILTON ET AL
MAP #72C
--CARLSON. STEPHEN C G MAYRY L
BLK B TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION
LOT 3 ORB 95/271 FR HILTON ET AL
MAP 072C
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
BLK B TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION
LOT 17
MAP 072C
TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
AN UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION IN
SECTION 19 TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH
RANGE 10 WEST, GULF COUNTY
FLORIDA
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL .
TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION FIRST
ADDITION UNRECORDED 136.10 FT
ON CO RD. 30 BEING PROPOSED WELL
SITE .741 AC' M/L
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION FIRST
ADDITION UNRECORDED 66 FT
PROPOSED ROAD BEING BETWEEN LOT

--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES SUBDIVISION FIRST
ADDITION UNRECORDED 66 FT
PROPOSED PARK BEING BETWEEN LOT
15 16
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT I BEING 100.8 FT
FRONTAGE ON CO. RD. 30 240.98 FT
AVERAGE DEPTH
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET'AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 2 BEING 100.8 FT
FRONTAGE ON CO. RD. 30 264.04 FT
AVERAGE DETH
--HILTJN CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 3 BEING 100.8 FT
FRONTAGE ON CO. RD. 30 276.72 FT
AVERAGE OEPTH
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 4 BEING 100.8 FT
FRONTAGE ON CO. RD. 30 289.41 FT
AVERAGE DEPTH
-HILTON, CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 6 BEING 100.8 FT
ON CO. HD. 30 313.79 FT AVERAGE
DEPTH
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 7 BEING 100.8 FT
ON CO. RD. 30 327.18. AV DEPTH
--HILTON. CHARLES L. JR. ET UX
.TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 8 BEING 100.8 FT
FRONT ON CO. ROAD 30 30 39.77 AV
DEPTH
--HILTON. CHARLES'L. JR. ET UX
.TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 19 BEING 100.8 FT
FRONT ON CO RD O30 352.86 AV DEPTH
--HILTON, CHARLES L. JR. ET UX
TREASURES SHORES. FIRST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 1I BEING 100.7
FT FRUNT ON CO ROAD 30 365.42 AV
DEPTH
--HILTON, CHARLES L. JR ET UX
TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 11 BEING 100.5
FT FRUNT ON CO RO 30 377.03 AV
DEPTH
--HILTON. CHARLES L. JR. ET UX
TREASURE SHORES FIRST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 12 BEING 100.4
FT ON CO RD 30 386.84 AV OEPTH
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 16 BEING 100 FT
FRONTAGE ON CO, RO. 30 407.81 FT
AVERAGE OEPTH
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES IST ADDITION
UNRECOROEO LOT 17 BEING 100.02
FT FRONTAGE ON CO. RD. 30 405.46
FT AVERAGE DEPTH
--HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
TREASURE SHORES 1ST ADDITION
UNRECORDED LOT 18 BEING 100.07
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BLK 1004 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
0 3799.425 LOT 3
S185.13 N MAP O50A
SHARRIS WILL ESTATE
S '. BLK 1004 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
0 3798.430 LOT 11
S18S.13 MAP 50A
--UNOERWODO WILLIE 'R.
BLK 1005 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
0 3798.435 LOTS 14. 16' 18, 20 6 22 ORB
$15S.13 81/711
MAP 509 "
-GAOSON QUINN CORA LEE EST.
0 3799.440 BLK 1006 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
$185.13 N/2 OF LOT 12.
MAP OSOA
'--SEWEY MARGARET
.0 3799.445 BLK 1006 CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ORIG.
S185.13 *: S/2 OF LOT 12
8 MAP OSOA
NILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 1
a 3798.460 PB I PG 33 A SUBDIVISION OF PART
1185.13 OF SECTIONS 35 & 36 TOWNSHIP 7
SRA4GE 11
S-UNERWOOD MILLIE R.
0 3798.465 BLK 1007 MILLVIEW ADON UNIT I PB I PG 33_
5185.13 LOT 13
'HAP 0490
'' MILLV1EM ADDITION OF CITY OF
#, 3799.475 POT ST. JOE" UNIT NO 2
$18S.13 PB'1 PGS 46 47
--MARTIN JUANITA ESTATE
', BLK.1016 MILLVIEM ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
# 3799.48Q LOT' 17
1185.1? MAP 5SOA
--BYRO CLYOE
-. BLK 1016 MILLVIEW ADDOOITION UNIT NO. 2
' 3798.500 LOT 19
1S0.43 MP SO .
S SS43, --GANT CHESTER JR i
S,. BLK 1019 MlILLIE ADDITION UNIT NO. 2
.* LOT4.
MAP S50A
MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT THREE
PB 2-PG.5'3
S38. 0 .IN' SECTION 1 TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH
2 3898.001 R'ANGE 1.1 WEST
*521818 MAP 50A
-'-THOMAS GEORGE E. E MARY L.
8 BLK 1021 MILLVIEW, ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
S3907 LOT 12 f'N/2 OF LOT 14 ORB
$493o.74 ,, 92/247 PFR ST JOE D0 C DEV CO
MAP iOA
--WILSON ROBERT L. JR. ET UX
0 3952 BLK 1022 MILLVIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
5110.42 LOT 9 S/2 OF LOT 7
MAP #50A
--BAILEY CHRISTINE E.
S 3955 BLK 1022 MILLIEW ADDITION UNIT NO. 3
S2.489.20 LOT 6
MAP S50A
OAK GROVE SUBO PB 1 PG 12
a 3981 TO PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA
5586.17 SECTION 13 TOWNSHIP 8 RANGE 11
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA'
MAP IIA


ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
0 3985 UNIT ONE PB J PGS I 2
$736.47 A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTION
36 TOWNSHIP B RANGE 11
MAP g520
--ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES, INC.
BLK B ST. JOSEPH BAY ESTATES
UNIT ONE -PB 3 PGS 1 I 2
LOT 21
MAP 0520
a 3988 1 q9 11 -HILTON CHARLES L., JR. ET AL
S81.72 S/2. LYING E OF SR 30 ORB 88/349
FR WOODALL ET AL
MAP 053
0 4001.001 1 9 11 -HILTON CHARGES L., JR. ET AL
5215.68 650 FT BAY FRONTAGE LYING W OF
SR 30
2 9 11 -HILTON. CHARLES L.. JR. ET AL
0 4006 FRACTIONAL S/2 & SUBMERGED LD
81.72T 3RB 88/349 FR WOODALL ET AL
MAP 153
7 9 11 -OWENS W. J. ET UX
0 4048 LOT 3 FEAGIN PLAT UNRECORDED
581.72 ORd 83/44 FR FEAGIN LESS ORB
87/382. ORB 93/565 E ORB 94/276
MAP 18C


THE STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1985 PAGE THIRTEEN


20 9 11 -AVERY RICHARD JR.
S ,4186 110.03 FT GULF FRONTAGE IN TRACT
S$81.72 NO 28 ORB 85/207 AA
$91.72 MAP 019D
20 9 11 -AVERY RICHARD JR.
285.33 FT GULF FRONT 711.35 FT
AV DEPTH ORB 85/220 AA. LESS
0 4249.010 ORB 89/550 AA TO SILVA
1709.27 MAP 190
6 9 11 -PITTMAN, DENNIS WAYNE & LEILA
FT DEPTH M/L OFFICIAL RECORD
BOOK 92 PAGE 171 FROM FLORIDA
TITLE C MORTGAGE-
SAN BLAS ESTATES PB 3 PGS 20. 21
0 4255.80 C 22 LOCATED IN PART OF SECTION
$39.86 18 C 19 TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH KANGE 11
WEST GULF COUNTY
MAP 019B
--SANCHEZ ROAD INVESTMENT CO.
SAN BLAS ESTATES
LOT 5 2.24 AC ORB 26/743
100 FT GULF FRONT
O 4315 >_MAP 619B
S n35 0--SWEAT H.G. E ELIZABETH A.
-9509SAN BLAS ESTATE$
LOTS 6 & 7 200 FT GULF FRONT
ORB 95/679 FR. SOUTHWESTERN FRUIT
CO. MAP 198'
--HORNE. CATHLIN R.
0 4344 SAN BLAS ESTATES PARCEL # 1 E 3,
0 74 9 450.42 FT GULF FRONTAGE BEING A
PORTION OF LOT 39 OFFICIAL RECORD
BOOK 92 PAGE 585 FROM MCCORO ET
AL
--DEMING J. TODD ET UX
SAN BLAS ESTATES
LOT 47 1.17 AC 100 FT GULF FRONT
0 4377 ORB 83/706
108.2' MAP 0190
11 9 11 -HILTON CHARLES L.. JR. ET AL
LOTS L1. 2 3 ORIG C SUBMERGED
LAND ORB 88/349 FR WOOOALL ET ALL
MAP 153
12 9 -11 -HILTON CHARLES L, JR. ET AL -
ALL. LESS AC RES BY HOLLINGER
ORB 88/349 FR WOOPALL ET AL
MAP I53
a ,0567.020 13 9 11 -HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
S632.21 ALL. LESS AC RES BY HOLLINGER IN
qRR,6/233 ORB 88/349-FR WOODALL
ET AL'
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5103.81 14 9 11 -HILTON CHARLES L. JR. ET AL
LOTS 1. 2. 3 C 4 ORIG E SUBMERGED
LAND. LESS RES BY HOLLINGER ORB
84/349 FR WOODALL ET AL LYING
OF 'S '30
MAP 054
14 9 11 -HILTON CHARLES L.. JR. ET AL
5290 FT M/L BAY FRONTAGE 00 FT
4630 AV DEPTh. LYING W OF SR 30
.S133. 33, CAPE SAN BLAS GULFSIbE & BAYSIDE
PB 3 PGS 24, 24A, 24B & 24C
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S19.08 15/22 9 11 -SEASHORE LAND C OEV. CO.
ORl 46/63b IIB1 SUBMERGED LANDS
MAP 035D
0 46400 22 9 11 -MOORE JAMES
$193.59 329.18 FT BAY FRONT BEING W
329.18 FT GOVT LOT 3 N OF CO RO
30-E ORB 80/430 A OF A
22 9 11 -G.P.O. INC.
SURFSIOE ESTATES UNIT NO. 2
593.48 FT GULF-FRONT '1050 FT AV
DEPTH M/L
0 4721 OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK 95 PAGE 204
S305.00 FROM SEASHORE LAND C 'DEV. CO.
22 9 11 -G.P.D. IN.
675 FT .BAY FONT 300 FT AV
DEPTH OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK 95
0 4788 PAGE 212 FROM SEASHORE LAND C
S1.087.79 EDV. CO.
22 9 11 -G.P.D. INC.
450 FT BAY FRONT, '150 FT AV DEPTH
0 4867 ALSO 38.86 ACRES 11T SUBMERGED
$1.935.51 LANDS OFfiCIAL RECORD BOOK 95
PAGE 2IZ FROM SEASHORE LAND
D'E. CO.
2 3 9 11 -G.P.De. INC.
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"'5363.91 KILBOURN OFFICIAL' RECORD BOOK 95
PAGE 212. FROM SEASHORE LAND .
DEV. CO. -
S 2Z4 9 11 -CAMPBELL JAMES P.
'- 4972 100.32 FT GULF FRONT 537,FT
S* 9 DEPTH M/L BEING LOT I ORB 83/798
FROM COSTABELLA
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S50593, 100.32 FT' ULF FRONT 621 FT
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FROM COSTABELLA
GULF PINES SUBDIVISION
A SUBDIVISION IN FRAC SECTION 24
.TOWNSHIP 9 S RANGE. 11 W RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 3 PAGE 25. GULF
S', -COUNTY. FLORIDA"
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--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
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S541.24 --COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
BLK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION.
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5221.29 BLK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION
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.0 5751 BLK B GULF PINES SUBDIVISION
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GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION
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S 795 IN PLAT BOOK 3 PAGE 29
$126.72 "GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
-COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP..
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S522.31 --COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
S, BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 3b

-COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 37

--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
0 521.001 BLK A GULF PINES FIkST ADDITION LOT 38
$123.82 --COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
BLK A GULF PTNES FIRST ADDITION LOT 39
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDOOITION LOT 40
0 030 '--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 41

0 5959,. --COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
559.82 BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 42
--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
6025 BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 43
E140.41 --COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 44

--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
BLK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 46

--COSTABELLA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
0 602ZB011 -LK A GULF PINES FIRST ADDITION LOT 48
5113.20
24 9 11 -HILTON L. CHARLES, JR.
:LYING N OF SR 30 ORB 91/472
PARCEL IX
3 6029.007 PENINSULA ESTATES SUBD PB 3 PG 11
$132.22 A SUBDIVISION OF THE SOUTH 966.63
FT DF GOV.'T LOTS 5 6 IN FRACTL
SECTION 36 TOWNSHIP 8 RANGE 12
B 6031.010 WEST GULF COUNTY
129.96 MAP S5D
--MARTIN MARY E. ET VIl
BLK C PENINSULA ESTATES SUBO PB 3 PG 11
LOT 1 ORB 87/12
MAP 150
CAPE BREEZES PB 3 PG 23
SUBDIVISION OF GOVERNMENT LOT 1
SECTION 1 TOWNSHIP 9 RANGE 12
GULF COUNTY
MAP T6A
--BLAND LETTIE


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Choose Lawngrass That Is Best Suited for Site


BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
Everyone would like a
trouble-free or "perfect"
lawngrass. Unfortunately, no
such grass exists. In fact,
very few of the thousands of
grasses in the world have
qualities desirable for a
lawn. These qualities in-
clude: Adaptability to cli-
mate and soils of an area,
good color, texture, density
and persistence; cold hardi-
ness, ability to withstand
heavy use, close mowing and


neglect; resistance or toler-
ance to insect, disease and
nematode pests; and reason-
able cost of planting and
maintenance. No single
grass has all those character-
istics, but six types of
grasses possess enough of
these qualities to warrant
their use as lawn grasses
here in Florida.
These grasses, listed in
order of their popularity in
Florida are: St. Augustine
grass, Bahia grass, Centi-
pede grass, Bermuda grass,


Zoysia grass, and Carpet
grass.
Knowing that these six
types of grasses are avail-
able for lawns, we now come
to the proverbial question
asked by all homeowners-
What lawn grass should I
have?
This question of selecting
the proper grass is no* an
easy one to answer. It should
be answered by the home-
owner after he or she has
carefully considered the ad-
vantages and disadvantages


MINUTES. Gulf County
School Board


The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on April 2, 1985 at 9:00 A.M.
in the Gulf County Court-
house in Port St. Joe. The
following members were pre-
sent: Oscar Redd, Waylon
Graham, Gene Raffield, .Ted'
Whitfield, James Hanlon.1
The Superintendent was also
present.
Chairman Redd presided
and the meeting was opened
with prayer by Graham and
followed by the Pledge of
Allegiance.
The Superintendent pre-
sented Phyllis Bixler, teach-
er at Highland View Elemen-
tary School,, a plaque of
appreciation from the Board
for being named Teacher of
the Year in Gulf County.
The Annual Staff of Port St.
Joe High School presented.
the Gulf County School Boardl
with a check in the amount of


Fbr\vo~entures
magiLAmG


$1600 representing the bal-
ance of the loan advanced to
the annual fund at the
beginning of the school year.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Whitfield, the
Board unanimously approv-
ed Donna Brownell be,
allowed to attend adult
school during the summer in
an attempt to make up the
work she has missed during
this academic year. due to
illness.
On motion by Graham,
second by Raffield, the min-
utes of March 5, 1985 were
corrected and approved.
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Hanlon, the Board
voted unanimously to ap-
prove the District School
Calendar for the 1985-86
school year.
On motion by Graham,
second by Raffield, the
Board unanimously approv-
ed the following personnel


1st United

Methodist Church
Constitution & Monument
Port St. Joe, Florida


CHURCH SCHOOL ......................
MORNING WORSHIP...................
EVENING WORSHIP....................
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ........
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) .........
Pastor, Alvin N. Harbour, Jr.


9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
7:00 P.M.
6:30 P.M.
7:30 P.M.


NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church

146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. Theodore Andrews, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL.................... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................. 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ............ ........ 6:00 P.M.

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




THE PULPIT OF THE CITY


(Continued from Page 13)

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THAT PART NORTH OF HWY 22 1/5
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matters:
Accepted a letter of resig-
nation from Willie Mae
Moore as School Food Ser-
vice employee effective Feb-
ruary 19, 1985;
Terminated the employ-
ment of Franklin Filmore as
an employee in the custodial
department effective April 2,
1985;
Suspended Oscar C. Willi-
ams, without pay, from his
duties as bus driver until the
next board meeting on May 7.
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Graham, the
Board unanimously ap-
proved a request for trans-
portation within the two mile
limit in the Wewahitchka
area.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Graham, the
Board unanimously voted to
assist with the Grad Night
Program in the amount of
$1,000. The Board also agreed
to assist Wewahitchka High
School if they choose to
participate in a Grad Night
Program on the same per
student basis.
On motion by Hanlon,
second by Whitfield, the
Board unanimously ap-
proved a request from the
Gulf County Gifted Class to
take a field trip to the
Huntsville Space Center on
May 9, 10, 11 and 12.,
On motion by Graham,
second by Raffield, the
Board voted to approve sum-
mer transportation for handi-
capped students attending
the Bay County educational
centers. The vote was unani-
mous.
The Board reviewed cor-
.respOndence in regards to
Gulf County Senior Citizens
65 arid older be entitled to
admission to all home athle-
tic events at a reduced price.
On motion by Graham, sec-
ond by Raffield, the Board
voted unanimously to reduce
the price of all school activi-
ties to a $1.00 rate for all Gulf
County Senior citizens who
are in attendance.'
On motion by Graham,
second by Whitfield, the
board voted unanimously to
approve the Articulation
Agreement between the Gulf
County School Board and
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege for the 1985-86 school
year.
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Hanlon, the Board
voted unanimously to allow
Ricky Raffield to withdraw
from Wewahitchka High
School and enter the adult
education program.
The Board reviewed each
cost center's budget report.
No action necessary.
On motion by Graham,
second by Whitfield, -the
Board unanimously voted
that the bills be paid.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Whitfield, the
Board unanimously agreed
to declare the stage curtains
that were recently removed
from Port St. Joe High School
as surplus property and
agreed to donate them to the
city for use at the Washing-.
ton School site.
The Board agreed for
Superintendent Wilder to
present the paper entitled
"PMDN: Research-Based
Training for Florida Panhan-
dle Aministrators" at the
Spring Conference to be held.
at the Holiday Inn at Pensa-
cola Beach on April 20, 1985.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed to meet again on
May 7, 1985 at 5:30 P.M.


BIBLE STUDY....
MORNING WORSH
CHURCH TRAININi
EVENING WORSHI
WEDNESDAY ....


DANIEL W. DUNCAN
Pastor


CARTER .
of the available grasses. The
three most important points
which should be considered
are: Suitability of grass to
the soil and climate of the
site and its intended use;
Personal preference; Time
and-or money available to
properly maintain the grass.
Suitability of a grass to the
soil and climate of an area is
the most important prerequi-
site for most homeowners.
The amount of shade, the
wear the grass will receive
and the potential pest prob-
lems must be kept in mind.
For example, St. Augustine
grass is much more suited to
a shade location, alkaline


Some wise-cracking Lions
Club member made an inac-
curate observation when he
estimated the average age of
the Rotarians to be 68 years,
since Pat Floyd and Mike
Wimberly have joined the
club. Such an incorrect as-
sumption led program chair-
man Wayne Taylor to secure
a program on methods to
build a retirement package
last Thursday.
Neel Dekle, an insurance,
executive and retirement
counsellor from Tallahassee
explained to the Rotarians
the different options which
they had toward building a
tax-free retirement shelter.
Dekle said the secret to
building an adequate retire-
ment investment is to either
determine, first, how much
one wants to put into the plan
each year, or to determine
just how much the subject
wishes to receive during
retirement. "Both these-
goals are necessary to de-
termine before you select a
retirement plan method",
Dekle said.
He explained four options,
some of which were tax
beneficial to the retiree.
The speaker pointed out
how a person can contribute
up to 15 percent of his income


Airman Weeks

Assigned to
Chanute AFB

Airman James E. Weeks,
son of John W. and Lois J.
'Weeks of Wewahitchka, has
been assigned to Chanute Air
Forde Base, Ill., after com-
pleting Air Force basic trai-
ing.
'During the six weeks at
Lackland Air Force Base,
Texas,. the airman studied
the Air Force mission, or-
ganization and customs and
received special training in
human relations.
In 'addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward 'an associate
degree through the Commu-
nity College of the Air Force.
The airman will now re-
ceive specialized instruction
in the aircraft maintenance
field.
His wife, Sabrina,,is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bob McDonald of Wewahit-
chka.
He is a 1979 graduate of
Wewahitchka High Schol.


We Want You

To Be A Part of

The Friendly Place


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MICHAEL HANDY
Minister of Music
& Youth


soils and salt spray than is
centipede grass. Thus, a
homeowner who chooses cen-
tipede grass for his home at
the beach has made a .bad
choice. It may be possible to
grow centipede in this situa-
tion but it will only be done
with considerable expendi-
tures of time and money.
Likewise, the homeowner
who attempts to grow ber-
muda grass in the shade,
bahia grass on alkaline soil,
or carpet grass in dry sandy
soils has made a poor choice
of grasses.
Personal performance is
certainly important but the
lawngrass chosen should
first be adapted to. the
specific site. The deciding
factor, after site, use and
personal requirements, is the
ability to properly maintain
the lawn. No grass is main-
tenance free, but some types
require'much less care than
others. For example, bermu-
da grasses, frequently mow-
ed and free of pests; often
require control measures.
Most homeowners can't pro-
vide the necessary mainten-
ance for bermuda grasses, so
they end up with a very poor
quality lawn.


toward retirement and have
it be tax free.
A guest of the club was
Dianne Carter, an assistant
to Dekle.


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 .
SERVING ROBERT WATERHOUSE,
Husband, Petitioner,
And
SONJA S. WATERHOUSE,
Wife, Respondent.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Sonja S. Waterhouse
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED a Peti-
tion for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or other response to the Petition on
Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE
P..O. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florlda 32456
and flle'the orIgInal thereof In the CIr-
cuit Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or
before the 30th day of May, 1985. If you
fall to do so, a Final Judgment for the
relief sought may be granted by
Default.
DATED this the .30th day of Aprlr,
1985.
JERRY T. GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Is/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
4t 512

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned person Intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gulf
County, Florida, four weeks after the
first publication of this notice, the fic-
tItious name or trade name under which
he will be engaged In, business and in
which said business is to be carried on,
to-wit:
CAPE PLANTATIONS.
1381 Cross Creek Way
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Owner: Costin Development Corpora-
tion
4t5/9

NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that applica-
tion has been made to the Board of City
Commission of the City of Port St. Joe,
Florida, for a variance in the Zoning Or-
dlnance for the purpose of establishing
a Retail and Instructional Business at
1021 McClellan Avenue, Lots 9,10 and
North V2 of 11, Block 78, St. Joseph Ad-
dition Unit No. 1.
Final consideration of said request
will be given at the regular City Com-
mission Meeting to be held In the
Municipal Building May 21, 1985, at
8:00 P.M., E.D.T.
All Interested parties are invited to
attend and be heard.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
By: is/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor/Clerk 2t1519


The best lawn grass is that
variety which is well adapted
to the site, has the texture,
color and density you desire,
and that grass which can be
kept in a healthy and attrac-
tive condition with the time,
effort and money you are
willing to expend.
The following tips should
help answer the question,
What lawngrass should I
plant? Need a grass for
shade? St.'Augustine- excel-
lent shade tolerance; Bahia
grass- good; Zoysia grass-
good; Centipede and carpet-
good; Bermuda grass- very
poor;
Need a salt tolerant lawn-
grass? St. Augustine- excel-
lent for beaches; Bermuda
ynd zoysia- good if irrigated
with fresh water; Centipede-
very poor; Bahia- poor;
Carpet- poor;
How about a low mainten-
ance lawngrass? Bahia and
Centipede- best we have;
Carpet- low maintenance in
adapted areas; St. Augus-
tine- thatch and chinch bugs
present problems; Bermuda
and zoysia- to look good
requires high maintenance;
Want a drought tolerant
grass? Bahia grass- excel-
lent; Zoysia- good if nema-
todes and billbugs are con-
trolled; St. Augustine- sec-
ond best; Bermuda and
centipede- good if nematodes
are controlled; Carpet- re-
quires moist conditions;
Want a grass with few
disease and insect problems?


Bahia grass- very few pest
problems; St. Augustine-
good except for chinch bugs
and worms; Centipede- good
if not fertilized too heavily,
except for nematodes and
ground pearls; Bermuda and
zoysia- many diseases and
insects;
Want a grass not seriously
damaged by nematodes? Ba-


hia grass- the only choice; St.
Augustine- second best; Ber-
muda and Zoysia- nematode
control eventually neces-
sary; Centipede grass- very
serious nematode problems.
.Or why not a fast growing,
fine-textured, shade and salt
tolerant grass which is free
of pests? There is no such
thing!


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Rotarians Hear About

Retirement Shelters


First Baptist Church
Port St. Joe, Florida

SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
9:45 ........ Bible Study (all a9es)
11:00 ..... Worship (Live WJBU-AM)
6:00 ....... . Church Training
7:00 ................... W orship

HOWARD BROWNING
Pastor -


Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE


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