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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: July 11, 1985
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS $18-880


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


FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR, NUMBER 45


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1985


25C Per Copy


Coach Shaw Maddox admires new signs erected at Class AA state champion in high school football. The
the City Limits telling everybody Port St. Joe is the signs were put up about 10 daysago. -Star photo


Signs Mark Home of State Champs


After being three months in the making, signs were
erected at the three entrances to the City about 10 days
ago, telling the world that the Class AA state football
champions live here in Port St. Joe. The signs,
commissioned by the City of Port St. Joe, were
prepared and hung on the city limit signs which are
located at the city boundaries on Highway 98 and
Highway 71.
The Port St. Joe High School football team, the
Sharks, won the state championship in a final game
held here in Port St. Joe against Wildwood. The Sharks
won the game, 15-12 after defeating Taylor County,


Pace and Wakulla Santa Fe, in close games on the way
to the finals. -
The Sharks will remain: tate champions until.
December, when a new champion 'will be determined.
Coach Shaw Maddox said the Sharks are going t6 try
for a repeat performance. Regardless of who the state
champion is at Christmas time, the signs will be in
their position for some time to come. It isn't every day
a small school like Port St. Joe wins a state
championship and now that they have done it twice in
the past 13 years, reminders of the accomplishment
are going to be kept on display for a while.


Board Wants Fence




Taken Off Property


Files Answer to Writ of Mandamus


State rules and regulations are
now in effect for taking scallops in St.
Joseph Bay, but the war over where
the shellfish may be taken has not yet
been fully settled.
Ray Strickland, with Florida's
Department of Natural Resources
was present at Tuesday's County
Commission meeting, reporting that
his department is. receiving com-
plaints, about a fence which a,
land-owner, Troy Deal of Orlando, has
placed across Lighthouse Bayou on St.
Joseph_Peninsula.
Deal put the fence up late last
year, but the report Strickland made
to the Board Tuesday is the first
complaint filed.
Strickland reported to the Com-
mission the complaints, his depart-
ment had received had prompted him
to research the title of the property
and he found the U.S. Coast Guard had
title to the bayou and Deal owned land
on each side of the bayou, which is
located across 30-C from what is
locally known as the '"Stump Hole".
Strickland also reported that a
portion of Deal's fence is on county,
-right of way. The DNR. official said
complaints his department has re-
ceived were to the effect that the fence
prevented scalloping the adjacent
waters and prevented launching of
small boats in the body of water.


Strickland asked the county to
request Deal to remove his fence from
county right of way and to officially
request the Coast Guard to require
Deal to remove his fence from their
property.
The Board unanimously instruct-
ed the chairman to notify Deal
concerning the county property and to
make the request of the Coast Guard.
Strickland said Deal had asked
for permission to erect his fence, but
the permission had never.. been
granted. The fence in question is an
eight foot chain link fence which
encloses a parcel of land-mostly
owned by Deal-west from the Air
Force .installation to the "Stump
Hole" area.
OPPOSE WRIT
As was expected, the County filed
its objections to a Writ of Mandamus
which was filed against the county by
Gulf Coast Utilities, Inc., last month.
The Writ charged that the county had
denied utility franchises to Gulf Coast
Utilities, Inc., unfairly.
The answer, filed this week by
attorney Fred Witten defended the
county's actions in denying a permit
to Gulf Utilities to install water and
sewer lines for private developments
which were to be scattered from hear
the* State Park to near Indian
Pass. The county had failed to grant a


franchise to put in a water and sewer
system to serve the south Gulf County
area, particularly the beaches. The
corporation then asked for permission
to put in the services for their own
developments, which the county
denied and fostered the Writ being
filed.
The County denied most of the
points made in the complaint, saying,
in effect, that Gulf ,Coast Utilities'
plan did not comply with. conditions
set out by the county for utility
installation.
Gulf Coast Utilities say their plan
meets county specifications and they
should receive the permit.
In defending the county's action
and their answer to -the Writ,
Commissioner Doug Birmingliam
said at the Tuesday meeting: "'It
seems ridiculous that we're bMimg
sued over this in the first place . . .If
we don't have the right to deny. a
franchise or permit, we're wasting
our time and lot of somebody else's
time by sitting here presiding over
their issuance in the first place.".,
Commissioner Everett Owensi ob-
served: "If we don't have the right of
refusal, we just need to open it all up
and let everybody have at it!"
WATER SYSTEMS
Commissioner Billy Branch ad-
(Continued on Page 3)


Murder Case,


Goes to0 -ury

Clyde Yeomans, 31, of Dalkeith, went on trial Motiday
of this week, charged with the January 19 shooting of Rick
Harper, 30, of White City.
Yeomans is charged with first degree murder by the
State of Florida. First degree' murder carries the
stipulation that the act was premeditated.
Circuit Judge Fred Turner is presiding over the case
which was delayed from the previous term of Gulf County
Circuit Cdurt.
The prosecution presented its case on Tuesday of this
week and the defense was to make, its case yesterday
(Wednesday). The case was expected to go to the jury
sometime Wednesday afternoon:
The prime, argument used by the state prosecutors,
Attorney General Jim Appleman and Harry Harper, was
that since the victim was shot 11 times with a .22 caliber ri-
fle, the killing was premeditated after the first shot was
fired.
It was brought out in the first day of the trial that
Yeomans and Harper were on the Intracoastal Canal in a
boat on January 19. Testimony established that both had
been drinking and were on the way,: to the White City
landing when they decided to go racoon hunting. On the
way to the landing, according to a statement given after
the shooting by. Yeomans, they spied a raccoon up a tree
and got into an argument over who would shoot the animal. .
Yeoman's statement said Harper slapped the gun out of
Yeoman's hand as he aimed at the raccoon. The gun went
off and the bullet struck Harper.
Defense attorney Fred Witten was to plead the case for
Yeomans yesterday using the defense that Yeomans was
intoxicated and the shooting was an accident.


Ribbon Cut
St. Joe Papermakers Federal Credit Union started
doing. business from their new location' in .Wewahitchka
Friday of last week when Mayor Bill Traylor officially cut
the ribbon, opening the new business in the Linton


Restaurant building on Highway 71. The new office is a
branch of the central headquarters in Port St. Joe. The
credit union recently merged with the Gulf County
Teachers Credit Union. Shown at the ribbon cutting, are,
left to right: Richard Quackenbush, Wewahitchka Loan
Officer, Mayor Traylor, .Harry Lee Smith, president of
the Credit Union and Wesley Atkins, manager of the Port
St. Joe headquarters. -Star photo


Baptists May Sell Gulf Pines


City Clarifies Responsibility Agreement for Balance


T may be a repository for old and historic
Gets New R tOOf items, but the roof being applied to the
building is of the latest technology, designed
Workmen are shown here applying a :to last for many years. The project is
new roof to the Constitution Park State scheduled to be completed some time next
Museum here in Port St. Joe. A museum week. -Star photo


The Port St. Joe City Commission agreed to
a revised agreement with' Baptist Hospital
Tuesday of last week, provided Baptist decides
to re-sell the local institution., Baptist said they
had received feelers'from a Georgia corporation
which specializes in small hospital operations,
about acquiring Gulf Pines.
Baptist Hospital of Jacksonville has owned
Gulf Pines for four years and has a complicated
agreement for payment and providing certain
services for the Port St. Joe area. Under the
agreement, Baptist still owes the City approxi-
mately $476,000 for the facility, due in future
payments.
The Commission met with Baptist represen-
tatives in a work session Tuesday afternoon,
prior to Tuesday night's meeting to iron out the
details which would place responsibility for the
remaining payments due the city, should Baptist
actually sell the hospital. The Commission, of
course, said Baptist would be responsible for the
payments and Baptist agreed to the responsibil-
ity.
The only matter to be decided was the
amount of responsibility and how it would be
met.
Under the new agreement, which was
hammered out with only one objection on both
sides, the City would receive a cash payment of
$200,000 on cosummation of any sale agreement.
In addition, Baptist would be responsible for


payments of $50,000 a year for a period of eight
years. The annual payments would include
interest. Should Baptist wish to pay off the
indebtedness in a lump sum, their responsibility
would be $476,000.
The agreement was approved by everyone
except Commissioner Nathan Peters, Jr. Peters
gave no reasons for his nay vote.
DENY CLOSING REQUEST
The Commission denied the request of St.
Joseph Telephone and Telegraph Company to
close the alley behind their main switching
terminal building on Fifth Street, but gave the
company some relief in their request by
declaring one-way traffic for a section of the
alley.
St. Joseph Tel and Tel had asked the alley be
closed as a safety factor for their people crossing
to their parking lot on the south side of the alley.
The Commission agreed to make the alley
one-way traffic, south from Saveway Super
Market to Long Avenue, install two speed humps
in the road-way and ask St. Joe Natural Gas
Company to study re-locating a large gas meter
in the alley.
In another related item, the Commission
also denied a zoning change requested by Terry
Cutler. Cutler wanted a change in an Eighth
Street address, allowing a business to be
established on the street, which is presently
zoned as residential.


Cutler wanted to put in a photography studio
at 229 Eighth Street.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters, the Commission:
-Was advised it was illegal for the city to
furnish and install pipe for Zion Fair Baptist
Church. The City has followed the practice of
burying drainage pipe for land owners who
purchase their own pipe. Zion Fair had asked
that the City purchase the pipe and lay it in a
ditch alongside their property.
-Were advised by Clerk Farris that the
permit had been received to rehabilitate the boat
landing at the west end of Fifth Street, but Clerk
Farris said unexpected expenditures this budget
year had left no funds available for the project.
Farris said the City could proceed with the
project in the next budget year which begins on'
October 1.
-Approved the bid of U.S. Tank, Inc., of
Chipley, in the amount of $41,780, to paint and
repair the 200,000 gallon water storage tank on
Long Avenue.
-Failed to second a motion by Nathan
Peters, Jr., to cease providing a weekly garbage
pick-up service for the country club. The club
pays $62.00 a month for the service. Mayor Pate
advised Peters the club makes their facilities
available to the City's recreation program free
of charge and he felt the garbage pick-up was
justified.


Pack Up

School Board Told to Vacate
Courthouse Office Space

The Gulf County Commission notified the School
Board Tuesday that it was being dispossessed from a
portion of their Courthouse space currently being used
for offices.
The Board notified the School Board, by letter, that
the county and the Sheriff's Department needed the
space just west of the Sheriff's office, which has been
used by the School Board ever since the Courthouse
was built. The letter to the School Board, signed by
Eldridge Money, Chairman of the county board,
stated, in part, "This space was originally intended for
use of these two offices (Sheriff and Clerk of Circuit
Court) as a records and evidence storage area and the
Board has allowed the School Board to use it for many
years. However, with the continuous accumulation of
records and new growth within the county this space is
desperately needed."
Superintendent Walter Wilder said he didn't know
what the Board would decide on an alternate site for- -
the offices currently in the space. "This particular
office needs to be .near the records we keep in the
central office", he said.
BAY SEEMS AGREEABLE
In Wednesday morning's Panama City newspaper,
it was reported the Bay County School Superintendent,
Leonard Hall was going to recommend that the Bay
County Board accept Gulf County's plan for financing
Bay County students currently attending Gulf County
(Continued on Page 3)


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May Be the Correct



Solution


Comments


THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1985


Kesley Colbert's Country Column


Maybe the United States gov-
ernment has hit on the correct
formula to counteract terrorism
and highjacking of its airplanes.
This past week, with the
announcement that the United
States was going to boycott the
Lebanese airport at Beirut, the
Lebanese reacted in a degree of
panic that the artery of connection
with the outside would be effective-
ly shut down from non-use.
Lebanese president Amin
Gemayel charged that the boycott
was a "breach of international
law". The Lebanese had also taken
steps to ban armed militia from the
airport perimeter and erected bar-
riers to the runways to prevent
.unauthorized cars from driving
-.onto the runways.

3 As we see it, highjacking
- American airplanes with people on
board, then holding those people
S-hostage for better than two weeks
Sis also a breach of international



,Could It Be
Sb It's really no laughing matter,
�but we couldn't resist a few
:; thoughts of levity the other day
whenn we read of watermelons
S;being recalled.
We've already had everything
f; from Chevrolets to pajamas recall-
,ed for various reasons and now
d:defective watermelons are the
:victim.
It has always been the policy of
:most merchants to replace melons
which were not ripe. That type:
S:defect prevents them from being
3 used for the purpose which water-
-: ::melons were intended.., cleaning
Iears and filling tummies with the
most unique sweet taste in the
-:world.
To have the juicy summer-time
Delights recalled seems a heartless
Thing to do.
" According to. the news article
,:.about the recall, the melons were
: picked up because a few people got
.::'a little sick after eating them out in
: Portland, Oregon. It could be that
Sithe people in Portland, Oregon
' aren't accustomed to good eating
iand had too much melon at one
Time rather than a tainted fruit.
: Remember when the stories
.used to abound about the farmers
;i putting a substance referred to as
"crotun oil" in watermelons which
would make one deathly sick at the
:stomach? We couldn't tell you if
There actually was a substance
' known as "crotun oil", but the
mere mention or suspicion that a
field had been treated with the


law. Where are the expressions of
indignation over- that act?


Not only has the United
stopped flights to Lebanon
stopped Lebanese planes
flying into airports operated
United States and urged
nations to do the same.


States
it has
from
by the
other


If the other nations stop their
airport connections with Lebanon,
the action will not only discourage
Lebanon from harboring terrorists
in the future, it will also be an
expression of support for the
American position in this patter-
something which hasn't been evi-
dent in the past.
The action isn't a "hard right
to the jaw", which many Ameri-
cans would like to see applied to the
terrorists, but it is a restrained
action by a nation already consid-
.ered as a bully in that part of the
world... an action which seems to
be having the desired effect. We're
punishing, but we're not punching.



'Crotun Oil"?
substance was enough to keep
young boys from taking a delect-
able melon from the patch without
permission.
It could very well be this is
what happened in the Oregon case.
While some suspected traces of
pesticide in the melon meat, it
could very well have been the old
reliable "crotun oil".


A Snap!

At long last Port St. Joe has
received permission to repair a
boat launching facility which has
been in place for years.
A little over a weeIl ago,, the
City received a permit' from the
Department of Environmental
Regulation, which had been ap-
plied for more than a year ago, to'
make repairs to the boat launching
slip at the west end of Fifth Street,
The whole thing was held up
because the City wanted to repair
the slip in a manner which wouldn't
need repeating for some time to
come. In the past, the facilities
have been built of wood, which has
a habit of deteriorating in the salt ,
water in just a short while.
Now, we have to wait another
two or three months to get the
work done because unusual and
unexpected , expenditures have
pretty well zapped the City pocket-:
book this year. After getting the
permits, though, getting the money
should be a snap.


Twenty-nine


You know, I didn't think
much about it until the car
stopped and I realized that I
was actually here. 20 years
is a long time and I'm not too
much on reunions anyhow.
What if I walk up there and
no one recognizes me. Or
worse than that, what if I
walk up there and a few folks
recognize me but they don't
remember who I am. I
hadn't seen most of these
people since the day we
graduated from high school
back in May of 1965. Of


. . . and Holding


course, I'd talked to Buddy
Wiggleton the day before but
you know Buddy, his
memory never was much
even when he was younger
and chances are he might
have forgotten me since yes-
terday.
I stood there by the car
and was peering up at the
folks under the shed. At that
distance I couldn't make out
anybody. What if I get up
there and everyone is saying
"Hello, Kesley" and I don't
know them. How much do


people change over 20
years? My boys are looking
at me and saying, "Let's go
Daddy". They didn't know a
thing about 20 year class re-
unions and they didn't know
where we were going-they
just didn't want to stand
beside the car all day. My
wife stood waiting, patiently
as always, for me to start the
short walk up to the shed.
I took another long look at
the folks under that old shed
-still couldn't recognize
anyone. I couldn't even find


Buddy. I was kind'a nervous.
That was silly I thought
'cause I'd grown up with
these people. They were still
some of the best friends I'd
ever had although it had
been 20 years'.. . but heck,
the common memories we'd
shared growing up together
was a strong bond. These old
friends of mine would re-
member me-wouldn't
they? People like Emily
Young, Paul Long, Terry
Harrison, Betsy Dinwiddie,
Jimmy Carter, Pam Collins.


- 7
COLBERT
Jane Hill (I had to re-
member to ask Jane if she
could still open Coke bottles
with her teeth), Larry Ridin-
ger, Maudie Mallard, Skip
Trevathan, etc. just couldn't
forget me-could they?
Well, we're all still stand-
ing by the car, the boys are
still saying "Let's go
Daddy", my wife is still
waiting patiently for me to
make a move. Do you sup-
pose that she understands
why we're just standing
there? I mean you're not go-
ing to admit to your wife that
you're a little apprehensive
about attending a 20 year
class reunion. Maybe appre-
hensive is not the right
word-how about' scared. 0
Shucks, I'm a going up there
and the few people that do
recognize me are going to
think "What happened to old
Kes - he sure has aged."
Nobody had seen us drive
up. I thought I'd just quietly
tell my family to get back in
the car and we'd silently slip
out of there and cut a trail
for the house. Why did they
have to invite me to this
thing anyway? Reunions are
so silly. You stand around
and pretend that no one has
changed, yet you know that
father time works on all of
us. My gosh, it has been 20
years!
Of course I'd sure like to
see the old 'gang again. It
was still hard to believe that
they were all up there under
that old shed. I had to go up
there - I want to see these
folks again. I just need a lit-
tle confidence booster so I
turn to my darling first wife
who has, as always, been
waiting patiently for me to
make a decision and I ask
her how I look. She says, "^
"You look O.K.-of course
what little hair you have left
is turning gray, your face
has more wrinkles than a
dried up prune, and you
didn't have 4 Charles Atlas
build to start with, but what
little you had - well, let's just
say the sand has shifted."
With that confidence
builder ringing in my tired,
old ears we start up the bank
toward the shed.
Next week - some of them
even looked older than me.
Respectfully,
Kesley
"Experience is in the fingers
and head. The heart is in-
experienced."
Henry David Thoreau
"There is nothing makes a
man suspect more than to
know little."
Francis Bacon


If You Tad
THE FIRST TIME I saw Mickey
: Mouse it cost me 15 cents in the old
: Port Theatre. The last time I saw
SMickey Mouse, it cost me $18.00, at
! Disney World two weeks ago.
Granted, the $18.00 it cost me to
: see Mickey Mouse allowed me to look
at him for the whole day and allowed
- me to do anything else I wanted to do,
7 ride on, see, participate in or
. experience in Disney World or Epcott
: during the same day.
Z Even though I paid my $18.00, I
2: only had a glimpse of Mickey as he
3.passed by in a parade Friday
afternoon, while I was standing on the
Sporch of the "Country Bear Jambo-
ree" building. There again, I got more
: than my money's worth. When I paid
the. 15 cents for the opportunity of
'sitting in the Port Theatre balcony
- (all afternoon and into the night if I so
Chose to do so), all I got to look at was
:Minnie and any other nondescript
. :character who happened to be along
-with Mickey.,
For the $18.00, I had a long look at
"'the whole Walt Disney menagerie,
* .along with a real person or two.
Another difference is that in the


fe A Trip to See Mickey Mouse In Orlando ..


"Air Cooled Port Theatre", back in
the 40's, it was a sight more
comfortable viewing Mickey and his
buddies than it was standing on. the
front porch of Country Bear Jamboree


stayed or in Disney World and Epcot
which sits as comfortably as my chair
Back home.
As a consequence, I was unable to.
get comfortable the whole week end.


ETA OIN SHRDLU

I By: W(


with the sun steaming down.
FRENCHIE AND I went to
Orlando the week end before the
Fourth, to meet some of the kids and
their kids there for a week end at
Disney World and Epcot.
There were times when I was glad
I was there and there were times
when I wished I was back at home.
I don't think there is a chair in
Orlando, at the Hilton hotel, where we


We just don't do things like that
back here in Port St. Joe.
You had better watch the signs
when you walk, drive, enter the
restaurant, take the elevator or the


esley R. Romsey


There was wall-to-wall people and
to a small town fellow like me, that
situation isn't a comforting one.
It was wait .for this and wait for
that and in Port St. Joe, I'm
accustomed to walking in a place,
getting immediate service and getting
on my way.
.In Disney World and Epcot, you
line up for everything from getting a
driqk of water to going to the
bathroom.


bus, cross the street, go into a
building, or pay your bill at D. W.

I HAD AN EXPERIENCE which
was new to me at Disney World. One
of my grandsons started goading me
to take a ride on "Thunder Mountain"
with him. "It's fun Papaw, you ought
to try it!"
It took the better part of the
morning to convince me to go along


with him, but finally, here we went.
Upon his 'assurance it was "just a
small railroad which goes through an
old mine shaft a little brisk", I
climbed on board with him.
It wasn't "just a little railroad
which goes through a mine shaft a
little brisk."
It was a roller coaster!
Here I have reached the ripe old
age of 49, plus and I have never been
on a roller coaster.
If-I live to be 49, plus four or five
times, I won't get back on my second
roller coaster.
We zipped around curves, up and
down hills, over humps and through
dark tunnels at what seemed like the
speed of light.
A bar held us in the car, but I held
on for dear life, anyhow. Every time
we went around a curve, it would
seem as if it was going to sling me out
of the car. When we'd do one of the
"humps" it would lift me out of my
seat . . . and even though I'm not
gross, I'm no light-weight, either.
When the nine-year old grandson
who declared "Thunder Mountain" to


ake Money!
be merely a "fun" ride, put in for me
to ride "Space Mountain" with him, I
was fair but firm when I told him
flatly, "NO!"
I trusted him to go by himself on
"Space Mountain" and-the other three
times he rode "Thunder Mountain".


VISITING SOME OF the exhibits
by the various countries of the world
in Epcot was more my speed.
We didn't have too much time
there, but we got to visit with Mexico,
China, Japan, Germany, Canada and
the American headquarters.
Saturday night, the American
enclave put on a patriotic show
featuring the famous Rockettes (all
included in my $18.00 ticket) which
was about the best I have ever seen.
Apparently half the population of
Central Florida thought so too,
because it seemed to me like they
were there in that open air theatre on
the shore of the lake to witness the
show.
It was a good trip, but one piece of
advice is all I have for you if you plan
to go.
Take money!


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


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July 11
July 12
July 13
July 14
July 15
July 16
July 17
July 18


High
6:03 amn.
6:18a.m.
6:50 a.m.
7:28 a.m.
8:08 a.m.
8:52 a.m.
9:37 a.m.
10:20 a.m.


Low
4:39p.m.
5:04p.m.,
5:36 p.m.*
6:12 p.m.
6:56 p.m.
7:38p.m.
8:20p.m.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1985 PAGE THREE


County Board (Continued from Page 1)


vised the Commission, "We how have
responsibility for the Highland View
Water System. We'll be taking it over
in a few days".
In light of that, Branch wanted to
enter into an agreement with A. 0.
Boyette to manage the system,
keeping the meters read, the bills sent
out and minor repairs made. Branch
said that since Boyette is performing
the same task for the Beaches system,
he would also like to place Boyette in
charge of the Highland View system.
Boyette, who was present at the
meeting, said he was only approached
about the new duties on Monday. "I
haven't had time to examine the
situation, but I'll take it for the
present time at the same rate as the
Beaches system". Boyette performs
the service at the Beaches 'for $2.50
per customer per month. Highland
View hc O210fl'ustomers


Lions 9 Officers
Port St. Joe's Lions Club had a new slate of officers
installed at their regulate meeting last Wednesday at noon.
Doing the honors on the installation ceremony was District
Governor Lee Tench of Panama City. Above, the new
officers gather around the District Governor to be
accepted by the club membership. From left to right are:
Hugh McElvey, secretary and treasurer; Leonard Belin,



Congressman

Don Fuqua

.Reports




Water is a critical resource will be added pressure to
in Florida and the House of meet the needs of our new
Representatives has passed citizens.
major legislation to require the The State of Florida has
Environmental Protection Agdn- excellent programs and I believe
cy to step up regulation of the federal EPA should coor-
drinking water contamination dinate efforts: to help protect
and to protect underground our water and insure adequate
water supplies. The Senate has supplies into the next century.
passed similar legislation and I Central and south Florida
hope the differences can be face the most crucial needs and
ironed out in the near future. I will work with "all of the
We in Florida have good members of the Florida Con-
water and the cases of con- gressional Delegation in a con-
tamination are few but we certed effort to solve the water
must prepare for the future as problems. One hair-brained idea
hundreds of people move into I will never go alongmwith is that
Florida each week. By the year crazy proposal to tap into the
2000, Florida will be the third Suwannee River to meet south
most populous state in the Florida's water needs. Such a
union, ranking only behind' plan would be an environmen-
California ahndTexas,"and there lal rilghtmjre- and ruin the



Pack Up

(Continued from Page 1)
schools.
Gulf's administrative assistant, Temple Watson
said a recent report from the State of Florida indicates
it's costing considerably less per student to keep
students in school in Gulf County than it is in Bay. "Our
figures are like $580 per student of county effort while
Bay County's is just a little over $600 per student."
Bay currently sends 117 students to Gulf County
and Gulf currently receives $180 per year per student
for the county effort in school financing. All state
funds, generated by the students, goes directly to Gulf
County. Watson said, "They really can't afford to do
otherwise. It would cost a minimum of $100,000 just to
transport their students to Bay County schools. Just
across the road is Gulf County. We have our
transportation services already there."
Gulf County has proposed that the state
Department of Education determine how much local
money is spent in educating Gulf County students,
based on reports filed at year's end, and assess Bay
County that figure for remuneration to Gulf. That is the
plan Hall has said he would recommend to his board.
I NEW BAND DIRECTOR
A new band director was hired by the Board
Tuesday to serve Port St. Joe High School.
Watson said the Board has employed Darrell .
Lamar Weatherman to head up the band and� music
program for Port St. Jde.
Weatherman comes to Port St. Joe from Sneads,
where he served as band director for six years. For
most of these years, Sneads turned out a band 'with a
"Superior" rating, a rank which has eluded Port St.
Joe for several years. Weatherman is also the current
District 15 chairman in the Florida Bandmaster's
Association. .
Watson said Weatherman will probably' begin a
summer band program next week. '





Rainfall Gets Back


to Near Normal
Rains over the past week end brought some relief
to the Port St. Joe and Gulf County area, but the
amount of precipitation is still considerably less than
normal for this time of year.
After a dry month of June, in which only 4.32 inches
of rainfall was measured-mostly during the last week
of the month-and July started out doing a better job of
providing moisture during the first week of the month.
According to records kept at the Wastewater
Treatment Plant by the laboratory, Port St. Joe
experienced some 3.69 inches already in the month of
July, after the dry June.
James White, laboratory director, said their
records show June of last year was dry also. In 1984,
there were 3.37 inches of rainfall recorded. In July of
1984, the area had 17.55 inches of rain. With 3.69 inches
falling the first week, July 1985 may come pretty close
to matching' the rainfall for last year.


The Board agreed to Boyette's
deal, agreeing to spell out his duties
during the next few weeks and define
the county's responsibility for taking
care of "major repairs".
The Board also agreed for Boyette
to meet with Commissioners Owens
and Branch and come up with a set of
operational rules for the Beaches
system. The Board determined-that
all future hook-ups to the Beaches
system would cost a customer $425,
regardless of whether or not a meter
was in place.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters, the
Commission:
-Agreed to begin work on the
1986 budget next week with special
work-shop meetings on Monday and
Tuesday evening and research dead-
lines for the various budgets in the
county svstem.t '


director: Rex Buzzett, second vice-president; Eddie
Creamer, president; Bill Franklin, tail twister; Dist. Gov.
Tench; Ed Creamer, lion tamer; Greg Turner, immediate
past president and Jim Mashburn, third vice-president.
Bob Moore and Al Carlson were given special recognition K P - J B
by the club for accomplishments during the past year
-Star photo Don't Be A Litter Bug!


Suwannee River.
This plan surfaces every
now and then .and I have
repeatedly stated my absolute-
and total opposition. Hopefully
it has ben laid to rest for all time.
Mindful of our water needs
for the future, I will work for and
support any reasonable and
sound'program to insure ade-
quate and safe water for all
Floridians.


A Senate subcommittee has
begun hearings on new immi-
gration reform legislation and I
am hopeful that the House will
begin hearings in the near
future. Last year both the
House of Representatives and
Senate passed far-reaching im-
migration legislation but in
differing forms and those dif-
ferences were never resolved.
Violation 'of our immigration
laws is a very serious problem.
particularly in Florida, Texas and
California. It cost the State of
Florida millions of dollars for
illegal aliens who take jobs from
American citizens and legal
aliens and who do not con-
tribute to our society.
One big issue last year,-and
sure to be considered this year,
is the proposal to grant amnesty
for illegal aliens who have been
in the United States for several
years. I oppose 'a blanket
amnesty program and believe
any such action should be taken
on an individual basis.
Another issue will be penal-
ties for employers who know-
ingly and repeatedly hire illegal
aliens. I support such sanctions.
- This is not aimed at the small
businessman who inadvertently
'hires an illegal alien. This pro-
posal is aimed at those in large
cities who run "sweat shops"
and pay the aliens subminimal
wages because they know they
can't complain to the police.
Law. enforcement officials
conduct raids on these busi-
nesses time and time again and
I believe we should have
penalties against the operators
of these illegal businesses.
Our immigration problems
grow worse each year and I
believe we should start action
and end the delays. Clearly, the
American people .want Con-
gress to act on immigration
reform.

Office Closed
for Vacation
The Gulf County Veteran
Service Office located in the
Gulf County Courthouse will
be closed July 15 through
July 19. The local office will
be opened again on Monday,
July. 22.
Should local veterans need
assistance during this period
of time, they are urged to call
the toll free number, 1-800-
282-8821.

Music Program
At Thompson
There will be a musical
program at Thompson Tem-
ple Church Saturday, July 13
at 7:30 p.m.
Youth Day will be observed
. Sunday morning at 11:30with
Elder Jerry Watts as guest
-stpeaker.


For
.Ambulance

Service
Call

S227-1115


-On the recommendation of
county engineers, Baskerville, Dono-
van, hired Ardaman and Associates of
Tallahassee to do soil load bearing
tests at the Pleasant Rest Cemetery
bridge site.
-Instructed Civil Defense Direc-
tor Larry Wells to research require-
ments for a hazardous waste disposal
plan for Gulf County. Joseph Hunt of
Apalachee, Planning Council, had
approached the county about doing
the plan, which brings a $1,700 grant
along with it to cover expenses. Hunt
said APC would do the plan for the
$1,700. The Commission feels Wells
may be able to do the plan.
-Received a report of service
charge increases at the Gulf County
Health Department and agreed to
examine the charges and take them
into consideration when the new
budget is drawn.



BEAUTIFUL!








PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1985


Couple United In Candle


Light Ceremony June'14

Laura Burnette Kilbourn reception was given by the nette, serving punch and
and Robert Lenard Mont- parents of the groom, Mr. coffee: and keeping the
gomery, Jr. were united in and Mrs. Robert Montgom- bride's book, Miss Stephanie
marriage on June 14 at 7:00 ery assisted by the parents of Gilley, sister of the groom.
,p.m. in the Highland View the bride in the Mathews The wedding and reception
Baptist Church. The candle- Fellowship Hall of Highland were directed by Mrs: Helen
light, double ring ceremony View Baptist Church. Montgomery, stepmother of
was officiated by Rev. Jim- :Assisting at the reception. the groom.
my Clark.
The bride is the daughter of , ' "
'Tames G. Burnette of Port St. ' '
'oe, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe C..
Bottoms of Snellrille, Ga.
Grandparents are Mr. and .
Mrs. James T. Pritchett, and, .
Mrs. Lois S. Burnette and the o
late Jerry Burnette of Barn
esville, Georgia.
Parents -of the groom aie
Mrs., Ruth C. Dannelly, and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Montgomery, Sr., all of g Port
St. Joe. Grandparents. are
Mrs. Beulah W. Clark and the
late J. D. Clark of Milton, and a
Mrs. Sarah ti.F. Montgomery l
- iand the late George L:
:Montgorhery of Port St. Joe:
Nuptial music -was pepr- "
formed by Mrs. Ann Corn-
:forter, organist, and Mrs. , ..
Michelle Teat; pianist, and 'J .
soloist. . r. and Mrs. Montgomery
The bride, given in marri-
age and escorted to the altar
fy ,her father, .was attiredin were Mrs. Betty Parsons,. After a wedding trip to
ma pipk taffeta dress witi a Mrs. Annie B. Davis; and Mexico Beach, the couple is
square neckline and spaghet- - Mrs. Sonya Linton, Floor residing-in Port St. Joe. The
ti straps, overlaid with .a *Hostesses (Buffet' Table); groom isa professional musi-
white tea length dress of' Mrs. Diana Harrison and clanywith 'The Squeazy
delicate lace. Tie -scalloped," Mi's. Tessie Dykes, cousins of Walker Band .- The bride is
floral patterned lace formed the groom, serving the wed- employed at Pickett's Food
the capsleevesand bordered ditig cake; Mrs. Donna MC- Store, Simmons Bayou.
the graceful bell-shaped Croan, cousin of the groom, A rehearsal 'dinner was
skirt, gathered at the waist and.MissTerri Gilley, sister. held Thursday,'Jrne 13 at the
and sashed with a pink satin of the groom, serving the Highland View Baptist
ribbon trimmed with a- full groom's-cake'; sisters of the Church in the Mathews Fel-
blown silk rose. Pearl- but- bride, Miss Jere Anne Bur- lowship Hall. It was -hosted
tons and loops closed the nette and Miss Jamie Bur- by the groom's parents.
back of the fitted bodice to
the jewel neckline. To en-
hanice: the beauty of her
gown, the bride chose, a
string of pearls with match-
ing earrings, a gift from her
mother.
For her headpiece, she
wore a floral wreath crown of
pink stephanotis, baby's
breath and lilies of the
valley, with long pink satin
ribbon streamers woven in
her upswept, Victorian hair-
style. .
-The bridal bouquet was a
nbosegay of silk flowers corn - ' -''
poseA "of pink rweethpar i.
rpses, white daisies, lilies of.
the Valley,. accented with.
baby's breath and greenery,
and interspersed with pink
tulle and pink satin ribbon
streamers tied in love knots. SCOTT NICHOLS
Miss Laura Kate Kilbourn,
daughter of the bride, was
Maid of Honor.
The groom's father, Robert T O W ed
L. Montgomery, Sr."served
as Best Man. Ushbr-g&ooms- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gene Reverend and Mrs.- Ira Ni-
men .were Tiniothy Waynei* Scott of Mexico Beach would.. chols of Dbunnellon.
Montgomery. .and Douglas like to announce the up-, David and. Kimberly are
Lamar Gilley, Jr., brothers coming marriage of their 1985graduates.of Port St. Joe
of the groom. daughter, Kimberly Dawn, to High School.
Following the ceremony; a David Vance Nichols, son of All relatives and friends
are invited to share in the
T Srexchanging of their vows on,
* July 26 at Beach Baptist
'The Strawberry Patch; Chapel, St. Joe Beach, at 6:30
C.D.T. A reception will follow
in the church reception hall.


Custom Tailoring & Alterations
Men's and Women's Clothing


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'(Next to Cobstins)
S204 Red Ave..


Us, We'll
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THE STAR PUBLISHING CO.
OFFICE SUPPLY STORE
06-08 Williams Avenue Phone 227-1278


Mr. and Mrs. Albert St(
phens of Wewahitchka hav
announced the engagemer
and forthcoming marriage c
their daughter,. Norma Jea
Robbins' to Bob .Wessle
McDonald, Jr., son of Mi
and Mrs. Bob McDonald c
Wewahitchka.
The bride-elect is a 198

Final Plans for
Pippin, Glass


Phone 227-1872.


e- graduate of Wewahitchka
e High School. Her fiance is a
it ,1983 graduate of Wewahitch-
Af ' ki High School. He is cur-
n reptly at 'the Air Force
y Technical Training School in'
r. Wichita Falls, Texas. '
�f The wedding is planned for
July 20 at 7:00 P.M. (C.S.T.)
35 at Glad Tidings :A'ssembly'of
God Church in Wewahitchka:
All friends and relatives are'
invited to attend.
A reception will follow in
,,the fellowship hall.


Mrs. David May, mother of the groom-elect, Miss Maritza Alcolado, the honoree and her
mother, Mrs. Mugial Alcolado are shown at a coffee given in Miss Alcolado's honor.


Feted with Coffee


St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club was the setting Satur-
day morning for a delightful
coffee honoring Miss Marit-
za Alcolado, lovely bride-
elect of Andy May; Greeting
guests with Miss Alcolado
were her . mother,. Mrs.


Final plans are announced
for the wedding of Katrmina Final Plans Reealed for
Sue Pippin and Robert White
Glass. 'd
The -wedding will take -' Costin and Jennewein
place Saturday, July 13 at 4 --
p.m. at Beach Baptist Cha- Mr. and Mrs Ashley M.: emnized on Saturday, July 20
pel. A reception will follow Costin take pleasure in 'an- at 7:00 P.M. E.D.T..at the
immediately- in the church nouncing the final plans for 'First Baptist Church of Port
Social Hall. ' the wedding of their daughi- St. Joe with the Rev. Dewitt
All friends and relatives ter, Leslie Catherine to ' T. Mathiews of Indian Rocks
are cordially invited to at- Donald Andrew Jennewein. ,' each officiating.
tend. The marriage will be sol- A: reception' will follow
' ' .. ' ' immediately in the Church,
' I * Social Hall. All friends and
r ara S irley n d . family are cordially invited
Scott Are Married June 2 to attend.
Sfot.r e e* h,


"Barbara R. Shirley, Wewa4
hitchka, and W. W. "Bill"
Scott of Hardaway were
married at Torreya State-
Park .near Bristol on Satur-
day evening, June 29, at 6:00
p.m. in an Episcopal cere-
mony performed by Father.
Jerry R. Huft of.SL' oho's,,
Wewahitchka. Following the'
wedding, a reception .ws


held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Steven Miller of Chatta-
hoochee.
Mrs. Shirley-Scott is em-
ployed with the Gulf County.
School Board as a district
level administrator. :Mr.
Scott .is a retired business-
man. The couple will reside
ini Wewahitchka. '


I Brannons Have
A Little Girl
u | Mr. and Mrs. Lee Saunders
Brannon of Mt. Dora an-
nounce the arrival of Emnly
30' Laurin Brannon on July 5.
Mrs. Brannon is the former
. Judy Hendrix.
Grandparents are Dr. and
Mrs. Wayne Hendrix of Port
St iJoe. and- Mr. arind Mrs.
Dewey Brannon of Bonifay.
Great' grandmother is Mrs.
OF 'Grace Saunders of Hartford,-
. . Alabama. ,,


Has Say.
"It's A Boy"
Buddy and Pamela Hamm
of Port St. Joe announce the
birth fof their son, Aaron
Jacob on May 31' at Gulf
Coast Community Hospital.
He weighed 7 lbs.;9W2 ozs.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs.B. H. Hamm, Jr. of Port
St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs.
Billy Williams of Atlanta,
Ga.


MR. AND MRS. PEAK


Exchange Vows


Debbie Lollie and Danny
Peak were united in marri-,
age June 21 at the First
Pentecostal Holiness Church
in Port St. Joe. Rev. Ernest
A. Barr officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Roy and Willie Mae Lollie:
The groom is the son 'of


Earl and Melba Peak.
The bride was attended by
Micah Revell. Dennis Peak,
brother of the groom; served
as best man.
A'reception followed in the
church fellowship hall. Cake
was served by Carolyn Peak
and Tina Money. Nancy
Stoutamire served punch.
The couple is residing in
Highland View.

Dance, Baton
Classes Slated
Tap, jazz and baton classes
will begin August 5 and 6 at
the Centennial Building for
girls ages four and up.
Those planning to partici-
pate should contact Cindy
Belin by Friday, August 2.
Each class is limited to ten
girls.


'Mugial Alcolado of Tampa,
. and Mrs. David May of Port
St. Joe, mother of the groom-
elect.
The reception rooms were
graced with beautiful ar-'
rangements of exquisite
roses, grown by Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Hendricks of
Mexico Beach. Many guests


called during the appointed.
hours of ten to twelve to
greet the'honoree.
Hostesses for the occasion
were Mrs, W. L. Altstaetter, -
Mrs. Tom Ford, Mrs. W. S.
Quarles, Jr., Mrs. Charles
.Norton, Mrs. Sarah Turner,
Mrs. J. Lamar Hardy and
Mrs. Barbara Watts.


Announcing . . .
"The Poupourri"

'CONSIGNMENT SHOP
Do you have something to sell .. .or looking
for the unusual?
Q Come see us . .. . Mexico Beach Mini-Mall
New, Used and Antique Items.
Phone 648-8141 2tc7111

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maintain the comfort level selected * Ad-
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Katrina Is One
Katrina Ann Mork cele-
brated her first birthday with
a clown party on July 6 in her
great uncle's home. There to
help Katrina celebrate were
her grandparents, great
aunts, great uncles, second
cousins, uncles, and friends
Katrina is the daughter of
Steve and April Mork. Pa-
ternal grandparents are T.
R. and Lou Mork. Maternal
grandmother is Brenda Mil-
ler. Katrina is the great
granddaughter of Willie Am-
mons of Springfield. Etta-
Mork of Springfield, and Bill
and June Miller of Over-
street.


See Grandpa Jones

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich, Mr. and Mrs. John Rich and Tina enjoyed a weekend in Nashville,
Tennessee. A highlight of the trip was going to the Grand Ole' Opry and having a picture made
with Grandpa Jones, shown above with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich and their granddaughter, Tina.


Two New Degree Programs


Offered at FSU Branch


Two new degree programs,
a bachelor's degree in Fa-
shion Merchandising and a
Master's degree in Crimi-'
nology, will begin fall semes-
ter at the FSU Panama City
Campus provided a sufficient
number of students apply for
admission.
Offered through the Col-
lege of Home Economics, the
complete curriculum of Fa-
shion Merchandising, includ-
ing opportunities for the
intern block, will be avail-
,:'able to Panama City stu-
dents. This program is de-
signed to provide students
with an overall view of the
fashion industry; basic entry
level skills, in retailing and
wholesaling; basic market-
ing concepts; and practical
work experience. The intern
block consists of a paid
six-or-seven practicum with
one of the country's finest
retailers. A par tial list of
participating stores includes
Burdines', Jordan Marsh,
Mass Brothers, Neiman Mar-

Low Income

IProgram

Explained
The capital area Commun-
ity Action Agency, Inc., will
conduct a public meeting at
the courthouse in Port St. Joe
on Tuesday, July 16 at 7:00
p.m. The purpose of the
meeting is to explain the
program operated by the
agency in Gulf County.
Although the meeting is
: directed toward low income
persons primarily, it is open
to the general public.
For additional informa-
tion, call Ila M. White at
639-2370 or 639-5276.

For
Ambulance
Service
CALL

227-1115


cus, Robinson's, Sak's Fifth
Avenue, and Gayfers. Loca-
tions for the internship in-
clude Mobile, Ala.; Atlanta,
Ga,; and Bal Harbour, Boca
Raton, Miami, West Palm
Beach, and Tampa.
,To be eligible for the
master's degree program in
Criminology, students must
have a bachelor's degree
with a grade point average of
B or better on the last, two
years of undergraduate
work, or Graduate Record
Exam scores of 1,000 or
more.
Applications and all sup-
porting documents for either
degree program must be
received in the Admissions
Office, 4917 N. Bay Dr., by


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Derek Michael Eells

First Birthday
Derek Michael Eells will
celebrate his first birthday
on July 20. He was honored
with a birthday party at St.
Joe Beach with family and
friends.
Derek is the son of Michael
and Theresa Eells. He is the
grandson of Byron and Kath-
leen Eells, and the great
grandson of Mrs. B. W. Eells.


Banana Cream Cake


This glorious cake is perfect for entertaining-or treating the
family to a light, luscious frosty finale to a special meal.
BANANA CREAM CAKE
1 pkg. (18/4 oz.) spice % cup fresh lemon juice
cake mix 2 teaspoons grated lemon peel
% cup sugar . 3 firm, medium Dole�
3 tablespoons cornstarch Bananas
1/ teaspoon salt 1 carton (8 oz.) whipped
1 tablespoon butter topping
Prepare cake mix according to package directions for two
round 8 or 9-inch layers. Cool. In small saucepan, combine
% cup water with sugar, cornstarch and salt. Cook, stirring,
until sauce boils and thickens. Cook one minute longer. Remove
from heat, Stir in butter, lemon juice and peel. Cool completely.
To assemble cake, place one layer upside down on serving plate.
Spread with two-thirds of lemon filling. Slice 2 bananas and
arrange on top of filling. Spread one-half of whipped topping
over bananas; cover with second cake layer. Spoon remaining
lemon filling on center top of cake in 3-inch diameter circle.
Spread remaining whipped topping around edge of cake, just
touching lemon filling. Slice remaining banana and arrange on
top of cake. Makes 8 to 10 servings.
For more luscious banana treats, write for your copy of
Sweet, Treats for All Ages-Dole 'Bananas, Box 7758, San Fran-
cisco, CA 94120.


July 26. For additional infor-
mation call 769-8951.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1985


VBS Next Week


at First Baptist


4,


Catherine Irene Fillebaum


To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Catherine Irene, to Mark
Fillebaum announce the en- Robert Walters, son of Mr.
KATRINA ANN MORK gagement of their daughter, and Mrs. Robert E. Walters


First Baptist Church will
be having Vacation Bible
School beginning Monday,
July 15 and concluding Fri-
day, July 19. The week will
climax with the annual Com-
mencement Service Sunday,
July 21, at 7:30 P.M. School
will begin each day at 8:30
A.M.-11:30 A.M.

of Vicksburg, Ms.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Fille-
baum of Vicksburg, Ms. and
Mrs. Catherine Ward of
Worcester, England and the
late Arthur Ward.
Grandparents of the pros-
pective groom are Mrs. Zora
Mosley of Chickasaw, Al. and
James C. Mosley of Nachi-
toches, Tx., and the late Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Walters who
were of Port St. Joe.
The wedding will be July 13
at 2 p.m. in Hawkins United
Methodist Church in Vicks-
burg, Ms. All friends and
relatives are invited to at-
tend the wedding and recep-
tion following the ceremony.


The .church bus will run
each day for the convenience
of children who need a ride.
The route this year will begin
at Jones Homestead at 7:50
A.M., with the next stop
being Ward Ridge (Niles
Road and Garrison Ave.);
Garrison Ave.; Long Ave.;
Monument Ave. The bus will
then proceed down Fifth
Street to Woodward Ave., up
Woodward to Third Street,
and on to the church arriving
at approximately 8:25 a.m.
Classes will be held for all
children ages three through
sixth grade. Parents are
urged to encourage their
youngsters to attend.

Revival at
Phil. Primitive
The members of Philadel-
phia Primitive Baptist
Church invite you to attend
revival services beginning
July 15 through July 19 at 7
p.m. each evening.
Rev. James Greg of Talla-
hassee will be the speaker.


PAGEFIVE








PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1985


County

Commission

The Board of County Com-
mission, of Gulf County,
Florida, met June 11, 1985 in
regular session with the
following members present:
Chairman Eldridge Money,
Doug Birmingham, Everett
Owens, A. B. Traylor, and
Billy Branch. Others present
were Deputy Clerk Maurell
Cumbie, Attorney William J.
Rish, Civil Defense Director
Larry Wells, Building In-
spector DeWayne Manuel,
Port St. Joe Ambulance
Director Andy Millergren,
Mosquito Control Director
Samuel M. Graves, Jr., Fi-
nance Officer Benny Lister,
Sheriff Al Harrison, and
Bailiff Paul Surrey.
The meeting came to order
at 9:00 a.m.
Civil Defense Director
Wells opened the meeting
with prayer and led the
pledge of allegiance to the
flag.
Upon motion by Comm.
Branch, second by Comm.
Owens, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the
minutes of May 28, 1985.
Pursuant to advertisement
to receive bids to, sell the
county five trash trailers for
the Mosquito Control Depart-
ment, the following bids were
received:' Rabun & Com-
pany, $3,000 per trailer, less
$500 discount, $14,500 total
-bid; Swacars, $3,100.00 per
trailer. Upon motion by
'Comm. Birmingham, second
by Comm. Owens, and unani-
!mous vote, the Board accept-
ed the low bid of Rabun and
Company, provided the Mos-
quito Control Director and
Commissioner verify the bid
meets Board specifications.
Upon review of bid, Mosquito
'Control Director Graves re-
ported Rabun agreed to
change his bid to meet Board
-specifications.. Upon Mos-
'quito Control Director
Graves and Comm. Branch's
agreement, the Board ap-
proved.
Pursuant to advertisement
to receive sealed bids to sell
the county two pickup trucks
. (one labor and one mosquito
spraying) for the mosquito
control department, the fol-
Jowing bids were received:


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St. Joe Motor Company, Inc.,
Bid A, $9335.28; Bid B,
$9963.67. Upon motion by
Comm. Branch, second by
Comm. Birmingham, and
unanimous vote, the Board
awarded the bid to St. Joe
Motor Company, provided
the bid met Board specifica-
tions. After review of the bid,
Comm. Owens moved the
Board accept St. Joe Motor
Company's bid, deducting
the old bid price for the
alternator and adding new
bid price to comply with
90-amp alternator specifica-
tion. Comm. Traylor second-
ed the motion, and it passed
by unanimous vote.
Upon motion by Comm.
Branch, second by Comm.
Owens, and unanimous vote,
the Board concurred with
Mosquito Control Director
Graves' recommendation to
hire Haywood Borders,
Landfill Transfer Station Op-
erator, and Larry -Young,
Laborer-Mosquito Control
Department. Upon motion by
Comm. Owens, second. by
Comm. Traylor, and unani-
mous vote, the Board agreed
for Graves to use applica-
tions received for these job
openings at a later date to
select and recommend the
Board hire one more em-
ployee to work at the Trans-
fer Station. Upon motion by
Comm. Owens, second by
Comm. Birmingham, and
unanimous vote, the Board
approved Comm. Branch set-
ting the beginning employ-
ment date for the Landfill
Transfer Station Operator as
he deems necessary.
Upon motion by Comm.
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Traylor, and unani-
mous vote, the Board ap-
proved Port St. Joe Am-
bulance Director Miller-
gren's request to hire Roger
Jones as a part-time EMT
and to advertise EMT job
openings.
Upon motion by Comm.
Branch, second by Comm.
Owens, and unanimous vote,
the Board adopted a resolu-
tion authorizing CDBG-ED
actions and contracts with
private sector participants.
Upon motion by Comm.
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Branch, and unani-
mous vote, the Board ap-
proved payment of the fol-
lowing invoice and "at the
Attorney's advice agreed in
the future to pay medical
examiner invoices with the
regular bills: .William Sy ,
bers, M. D. , Medical Ex-
aminer, M.E. Case No. 85-
280, Thomas Vandevender,
Autopsy and Death Certifi-
cate. $520.00.
Deputy Clerk Cumnbie re-
ported Ronnie Butler had
returned his Beaches Water
System deposit refund check
from the Board. After discus-
sion the Chairman stated he
would write Butler that as
soon as FHA receives its
final billing, he will schedule
a meeting to find out what
they have to directed, the refund check be


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SUNDAY SCHOOL .................... 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP.................... 11:00A.M.
'EVENING WORSHIP. .................... 7:00 P.M.
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will sell the below listed vehicles:

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1979 FORD ECONOLINE E250
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vehicle no. 227,111,425 miles .........

See Bernard 0. Wester at Supply
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redeposited.
Deputy Clerk Cumbie
stated Clerk Gates asked her
to report he had been ap-
proached by several court-
house employees who wanted
him to ask the Board to
rotate the coke fund among
the courthouse offices. The
Board agreed the responsi-
bility for. the coke concession
fund be rotated among the
courthouse offices, with two
or three offices to form a
committee to handle this
procedure.
Upon written request from
the Clerk's bookkeeping de-
partment as to what fund to
pay Honeyville Fire Depart-
ment bills from, Comm.
Birmingham stated he and
Comm. Traylor would make
this determination. After fur-
ther discussion, the Board
agreed these invoices should
be paid as separate accounts
under the Tupelo Fire Con-
trol Fund, as the Honeyville
Fire Department is located
in this district.
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, second by Comm.
Traylor, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved
paying the following invoices
and in the future pay all
Beaches Water, System in-
voices with regular bill,
requiring review by the
Finance Officer: City of Port
St. Joe Water Plant M-Meter,
$1,068.80; Donald S. Taylor,
Consultant, $192.61; City of
Port St. Joe, May billing for
St. Joe Beach Water Bills, 484
bills at $2.50 ea., adjustments
by City (12.50), $1,197.50;.
City of Port St. Joe, June 1
Water. Billing: 502 bills at
$2.50'ea., $1,255.00.
The_.Board reviewed the
following invoices and auth-
orized payment: Peaden Air
Conditioning & Heating, Inc.,
$1,312.80; Courthouse labor,
etc.- Compressor, no
charge, under warranty; St.
Joe Service Company, Incor-
porated, Health Department,
Port St, Joe, Service Charge,
$24.00; St. Joe Service Com-
pany, Incorporated, 'Health
Department, Port St. Joe,
one compressor, $779.68.
I Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, second by Comm.
Traylor, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved
payment of the following
invoice: Florida Association
of County :Attorneys, Mem-
bership Dues, $25.00.
The Board authorized pay-
ment .of the following in-
1voiCest1- and \ upon Deputy
Clerk Cumbie's inquiry, the
Board agreed these invoices
be automatically paid with
the regular bills in the future,
as it is a budgeted item, as
long as there is the required
written verification and
documentation from Gulf
County Guidance Clinic Di-
rector Ned Ailes attached to
each invoice: Northwest
Florida Mental Health Cen-
ter, Inc., Baker Act Services,
$1,807.72.-
Beaches Water System
Meter Reader Boyette re-
ported many customers don't
want fo pay their monthly bill
for dry tap and asked for the
Boaird's direction. Upon
Comm. Owens suggestion,
Comm. Birmingham moved
the Board not refund dry tap
deposits and the county first
charge delinquent dry tap
bills to the $75.00 connection-
deposit fee, and write the
customer that any time they
wish to connect to the system
after this occurred they must
pay the current deposit of
$425.00. Comm. Owens sec-
onded the motion. The Board
requested the Attorney write
all dry tap customers a letter
informing them of this pro-
cedure. Upon vote, the mo-
tion passed unanimously.
Upon question by Boyette,
Comm. Birmingham moved
the Board authorize Boyette
to contact the Sheriff when he
finds' illegal connections to
the water system, as outlined
in the county's ordinance.
Comm. Owens seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously. The chairman di-
rected a newspaper adver-
tisement be prepared inform-
ing the public any person
connecting to the Beaches
Water System illegally will
be immediately prosecuted.
Attorney Rish announced
that since he had a conflict of
interest concerning request
for water-sewer franchise
and utility permit in South
Gulf County, Board members
had requested he ask at-
torney Fred Witten to serve
as the Board's attorney on


Social Security


Soon to be 50


. August 15 will mark the
50th anniversary of the Social .
Security Act in the United
States. Most people will find
it easy enough to overlook the
occasion, but it.may be a
good time to take a new look.
at the program and the role it
plays in our lives.
For people now approach-,,
ing retirement age, the 50th
anniversary of Social Securi-. ;
ty should be a reminder of"
what it was like to be an older-
person 50 years ago when
they were in their teens.
Growing old then most often
meant economic dependen-
cy, if not poverty. In many
cases older people lived with
their children, not necessari-
ly because they wanted to,
but because the alternative
was the poorhouse.
How far we've come since
then is indicated by recent
studies which show that the
elderly are as well off as the
general population by some
measures. Major problem
areas remain with pockets of
the elderly, such as widows
and minority groups. How-
ever, as real income of thep
general population was de-
clining during the high unem-
ployment of the 1970's, real
income of the elderly con-
tinued to increase, reflecting
increases in Social Security
benefits.
In fact, from 1970 to 1983,
Social Security. benefit in-
creases exceeded increases
in the consumer price index
(CPI), rising 273 percent as,
compared to 156 percent for
'the CPI.
However, how well the,
program works for the indivi-
dual worker may well depend
on how effectively he or she
uses it. And this means
realizing that Social Security
is not just'for retirement.
It's also designed to pro-
vide a floor 'of protection
when earnings stop because
of the "forced retirement" of
disability or in case of
premature death. Thus.,
people who get the most out
of Social Security- who
suffer the least drop in
family income when earn-
ings stop in retirement, dis-
ability,/or death-' use it as a�
base for financial planning.
They use a wide variety of
mechanisms-, pensions, pri-
vate insurance, IRA's; in-
vestments, savings, and so
forth- to assure that income
meets their individual and
family needs when earnings
stop.

these matters and Witten had
agreed. Pat Floyd, Attorney,
Gulf Coast Utilities, In-
corporated, again requested
his client be granted a !utility
permit, stating this ,had not
been brought before the
county appointed South Gulf
County Water-Sewer. District
Advisory Committee, but had
been applied for with the
person the county appointed
to review all utility permit
applications, Building In-
spector Manuel, who did not
approve the permit, there-
fore they were asking the
Board directly to approve
this permit. Upon question,
Manuel reported he rejected
the permit as the permitted
was not in compliance with
permit requirement and it
was his understanding it
would be approximately. four
months before this company
could comply. Upon motion
by Comm. Birmingham, sec-
ond by Comm. Branch, and
unanimous vote, the Board
supported the Building In-
spector, who is responsible
for permit issuance, in his
denial of the permit. Betty
McNeill, Chairman, Gulf
County Planning Commis-
sion, stated she was acting in
the capacity of liason be-
tween the Planning Commis-
sion and the Advisory Com-
mittee, as the Planning Com-
mission had suggested the
county appoint this commit-
tee. Mrs. McNeill also report-
ed the committee had extend-
ed an invitation to Gulf Coast
Utilities to meet with them as
directed by the Board. At the
Board's request, the Chair-
man stated he would meet
(Continued on Page 7)


Schools, senior citizen or-
ganizations, churches,
unions, and other organiza-
tions with a special interest
in Social Security could make
the anniversary an occasion
for new educational and
informational efforts for
their membership. A variety
of activities is possible all
with the goal of alerting
people to the need to be
aware of'-their rights and
responsibilities under the So-
cial Security'system.
Among the activities that
have been suggested are
essay, contests, debate com-
petition; pre-retirement
.seminars, special programs
featuring Social Security
speakers, workshops explor-
ing current issues in Social
.Security, and programs fea-
turing members of the Con-
gress. Many other ideas are
possible, limited only by the
person's imagination.
The Social Security office
will be glad to help with any
special projects. We have
informational materials
available, including publica-
tions, films, slides, and his-
torical data. In addition, we
can provide speakers to
discuss any aspect of the
Social Security programs. Be
sure to call in plenty of time
so we can fit your event in
our schedule. We'll be glad to
help in any way we can. The
number is 769-4871.
by James W. Tolliver
Social Security Manager
Panama City, Fla.

Greene ,Gets
B.S. Degree
Jimmy Greene of Port St.
Joe received a bachelor's
degree in criminal justice
from The University of West
Florida during the school's
spring commencement cere-
mony.
-He resides at Route 3.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1985 PAGE SEVEN


The Skies Were Lit with



Fireworks Bursting In Air


Minutes
(Continued from Page 6)
:Attorney Witten concerning
:the proper procedure to
:address a petition for hearing
:the Board received from Gulf
:Coast Utilities Incorporated
:concerning the Board's deni-
,al of franchise, prior to the
:Board's responding. Upon
:Bill Koran's request, Mrs.
:McNeill gave a report and
review of South Gulf County
:Water-Sewer District Advi-
:sory Committee members
:and activities, stating the
'Chairman of this committee
:George Tapper had resigned,
:therefore no recommenda-
tion would be made at this
meeting. Chairman Money
requested Deputy Clerk call
.Robert Nedley asking he
:accept Chairmanship of this
committeee . ,The Board then
feard comments form the
audience, including Britt
P ickett, Leonard Costin,.Bill
Koran, etc. Upon motion by
. omm. Owens, second by.
Comm. Branch, and unani-
mous vote, the-Board agreed
to write the Apalachee Re-
gional Planning Council re-
questing their services in
preparing a' land manage-
ment density study of the
,entire county, specifically
South Gulf County, as soon as
'possible. In addition the
Board agreed to ask the
Apalachee Regional Plan-
ning Council contact the local
Planning Council chairman
and work with the entire
membership to'get all their

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suggestions and direction,
with the local Plnning Com-
mission to report back to the
Board at a regular' commis-
sion meeting. Upon question.
by Comm. Birmingham, Gulf
County Planning Commis-
sion Chairman McNeill re-
ported they had completed a
land use map which had not,
been adopted by the Board
for - enforcement purposes
and were responsible for
updating it under the com-
prehensive plan. Comm.
Owens reported that as form-
er Chairman of the Board he
appointed members to the
Gulf County Planning Com-
mission on November 10,
1983; however, some mem-
bers were not active and he�
asked .the Board to also
appoint the following persons
to this commission: Edwin
Williams, Port St. Joe; Bill
Koran, Port St. Joe; and
Wiley Horton, Port St. Joe.,
The Board then heard com-
ments .on the present water
system ,in Cape San Blas
. from the members of the
audience ffromthe South Gulf
County area and the 'direc-
tion the Board :is taking
concerning this matter Britt
Pickett suggested the Board
study this matter thoroiuglly
and choose one organization
or' company to serve the
entire area, with the utility
permit fee 'to be increased in
. order' for the county to hire -
an independent engineering
firm to check the system at
no cost to the county. The
Chairman- then asked all
companies interested in con-
structing a water-sewer sys-
tem in South Gulf County
present their proposals to the
Board appointed committee
as soon as possible with the
committee to make a recom-
mendation to the Board.
Floyd stated Gulf Coast
Utilities Incorporated needed
45 days to complete its
feasibility study. Floyd then
requested the Board make a
decisionon persons wishing
to. install private systems
being allowed to do so with
the requirement they sign a
written agreement to sell the
company the county chooses
as the South Gulf County
Water System. Comm.


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MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ... 6:00 P.M.'
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00P.M.
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MICHAEL HANDY
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Branch stated this was a
good suggestion; however,
She asked the Board to give it
more consideration before
making a quick decision. The
Board agreed.
Attorney Rish reported the
legislature passed house bills
in the last session concerning
the following: Proposing the
Highland View Water Dis-
trict Commission be abolish-
ed and their water system be
placed under the Gulf County
Board of County Commis-
sion; Revising boundaries of
certain aquatic preserves,
creating the Guana River
Marsh and Big Bend Sea-
grasses Aquatic Preserves;
Deletion of Dead Lakes Ap-
proved.
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, second by Comm.
Branch, and unanimous vote,
the Board. approved return-
ing three garbage trailer' site
leases to St. Joe Paper
ICompany in exchange for a.
lease of property .'for a
garbage trailer site in Over-
,street4 Attorney Rishagreed
0to research and prepare
necessary easements.
Upon motion by Comm.
Branchi, second by Comm.
Traylor, and the following
vote, the Board agreed the
Road Department and Mos-
quito- C9ntrol Department
will rteturn- to -an eight
hour-five day work week,
beginning July 1, 1985.
Comm. Branch, Traylor,
Birmingham, and the Chair-
man voted yes. Comm.
Owens voted no. Comm.
Branch requested a letter be
written to these department
supervisors asking to. meet
with the Board prior to this
date. Comm. Birmingham
requested the Board issue a
memo inviting any employee
wishing to address the-Board
concerning, this change be
present at the .June 25
regular meetingg'
Upon Comm. "Braich"s in-
quiry, the Board stated fire
departments prepare their
own by-laws which then must
be submitted for approval by
the Board.
Comm. Birmingham re-
ported Attorney Rish inform-
ed himGeorge Tapper is at
the Mayo Clinic; however,
Rish does expect to have an
answer for the Board on the
possible lease of Nook Sub-
division property for garbage
trailer site by the end of the
week.
After report by Commodity
Food .Program Director
Wells, Commi. Owens moved
the Board approve paying for
the following items provided
Senior Citizens Association
has no insurance 'coverage:
Financial Loss 450 thawed
frozen meals due to break-
down of freezer loaned to
them by County, at $1.79 ea.,
$805.50. ,The Board also ap-
proved use of the County's
emergency generator when
necessary for commodity
protection.
The Chairman stated the
county engineering firm re-
ported the purchased metal
bridge spans are usable for
rebuilding the Pleasant Rest
Cemetery Bridge.
Upon request by the Sher-
iff, Comm. Owens moved the
Board approve closing the
following described alley to
all motor vehicle traffic
during the hours of 8:00 p.m.
to 8:00 a.m. each day: Alley
directly behind grocery
store, between Duval and
Madison Streets, in Oak
Grove. Comm. Traylor sec-
onded the motion and it
passed with the following
vote: Comm. Branch and
Birmingham voted no.
Comm. Traylor and Owens
voted yes. The Chairman
voted yes on the recom-
mendation of the Sheriff.
There being no further
business the meeting then did
adjourn.


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- Public Bea Isn't Public - Parker Major League Dixie Youth coached by Frank Griffin,
- Sub-District Tournament Willie Ramsey and Teedy
A problem ,over signs denoting public access to filed the notice, told The Star, "The strip in question was next week with play slated to Nobles.
platted in- 1 .".1 lIst-Ingm -a oi _wnrorm f oet,- - an1


| I
WHO "OWNS"
YOUR PRESCRIPTION
S This is a question that many people are unsure
I about the answer. When your doctor hands you.your
prescription, you then become the owner and have the
choice of having it filled by any licensed pharmacist
- you may wish to select.
Once presented to the pharmacist you have
chosen, he becomes the custodian of that prescription
W and it goes into his files. Sometimes, your doctor has w,
* indicated that you may within a certain specified
time have that prescription again and you may ask the
* pharmacist to get "your" prescription out of the file
and refill it for you. We carefully follow the laws, the
doctor's instructions and your wishes.
S "A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
pharmacy products. We consider this trust a
0 privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
family pharmacy?" *



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

Wi:Ti:ii":.If f ':-*!


platted in 1954, listing me as sole owner of mthe property all
the way to the water. In 1960, property owners became
concerned over that part of the deed and I then gave them
a Deed of Dedication setting aside the beaches for the
property owners to swim and bath."
Parker said the presence of "public beach access"
signs at the undeveloped streets has caused a problem in
one location. "Only one of the several streets has been
developed to the point where a vehicle can be parked on it.
That one is filled up and overflowing all the time during the
-summer and it happens to be by my beach cottage. I can't
even use my own beach cottage for the cars parked around
it."
Parker said he asked the Town for'some relief-"I
asked them to just remove the signs"'-to-no avail. Parker
said this is the reason the legal action was instigated. "I'm
not trying to close the beach tqjhe public, IPm just trying.to
get things fixed so I can use'it too."


FertilizeOrTermino o1v


begin in Lynn Haven on Mon-
day, July 15. The double
elimination tournament will
pit Port St. Joe against Lynn
Haven in the opener at 7:00
p.m. EDT, followed by Mid-
City versus Blountstown at
approximately 9:00.
'The Major League division
of the Dixie Youth is for
players 10-12 years of age.
Representing Port St. Joe
are: Rick Freeman, Tyrone'
Hamilton, Derrick Chitty,
Reginald Larry, Huey Har-
dy, B. J. Rice, Bill Ramsey,
Kyle Griffin, Matthew Tay-
lor, Troy Sanders, Chris
Ramsey, Bobby Nobles and


The winners of Monday
night's games will face each
other in the late game Tues-
day evening, with the losers
beginning the loser's bracket
at 7:00. The tournament will
continue nightly through
Thursday. The baseball
fields are* located on Fifth
Street in Lynn Haven, for
those who wish to travel to
Lynn Haven and support
these Port St. Joe youngsters
as they play baseball.
The Port St. Joe tourna-
ment team hosted the Sub-
District last year, winning
second place in the tourney-


Parenting Program to

Be Offered In Panama


Due to. an overwhelming
response, Gulf Coast Com-
munity Hospital is offering
another Parenting-Program.
A child's education begins
at home; concerned, loving
parents are the teachers.
These lessons, learned be-
tween the ages of 2 and 5,
influence all of a child's
future behavior and success.
Some of the class topics are
"Parents are Teachers",
"My Mommy Likes Me", and'
"Thousands and Thousands
of Words". All of these
interesting topics form the


basis for an interesting, fast
paced, two hour session each
evening with much participa-
tion on the behalf of those in
attendance.
The program will. begi�
August 5, and end August 2.2
The sessions will consist 'f
four consecutive Monday
evenings from 7:00 until 9:00
P.M. at Gulf Coast Communi-
ty Hospital's Wellness Cenri
ter.
Parents, teachers, day
care and nursery worker',
babysitters, grandparents
and all other interested pe
sons are invited to attend.:


Browning Alternates at "

Howard Creek Mission Could Cause Conusion


Howard's Creek Baptist, a
mission of First Baptist
Church, has recently an-
nounced a new time for
services each Sunday. Wor-
ship for Sunday mornings
- will be. at 9:15 A.M.. with
Bible Study immediately fol-


- Notices -
NOTICE
* Please take notice that the Wewa-
hitchka State Bank will sell at public
auction on the 22nd day of July, 1985 at
10:00 A.M. in the parking lot on the
south side of the bank building in
Wewahitchka, Fla. the following
Described property:
One 1980 Dodge D50 Pick Up Truck.
2t7/11
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
fictitious name or trade name under
which he will be engaged in business
and in which said business is to be car-
ried on, to-wit:
STRAITFLIGHT CORPORATION
106 Westcott Circle
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
4tc 7/11

$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


. lowing. Howard Browning,
pastor of First Baptist, will
be preaching the first and
third Sundays of each month
while Orval Reynolds, Mis-
sion Pastor, will, bring the
messages at the other ser-
vices. Only the Sunday morn-.
ing meetings are affected.
First Baptist has been
sponsoring a Mission at
Howard's Creek for several
years: The present pastor,
Orval Reynolds, has been
with the Mission for seven
years. Attendance will vary
from ten to twenty-five week-
ly according to the season of
the year.
Everyone who lives or
visits Howard's Creek is
invited to attend all services
held at the Mission.

'Red's Holding
Tryout Camp
The Cincinnati Reds will
conduct a tryout camp on
Tuesday, July 16 at Gulf
Coast Community College.
Baseball players between the
ages of 16 and 22 are invited
to attend.
According to Julian Mock,
scouting supervisor for the
Reds, registration will begin
promptly at 9 a.m., and the
camp will continue until
approximately 2 p.m.
Mock, who will conduct the
camp, added that American
Legion players must have
written permission from the
Post Commander in order to
participate in the camp,


BY ROY LEE CARTER
County Extension Director
Gardeners are confused by
terminology as it applies to
commercial fertilizers.
Terms such as mixed fertili-
zer, balanced or unbalanced,
or complete, have little or no
meaning to many gardeners:
Then when it comes to
numbers on the fertilizer.
bag, such as 8-8-8 or 10-6-4,
they are even more confused
as to the meaning of these
figures. I will try to explain
to you what these terms and
figures mean ad they apply to
fertilizer. My information for
this article was provided by
Dr. Robert J, Black with
IFAS at the University of
Florida.
-A fertilizer is a material
which contains one (or some-
times two or three) of .the
major plant food nutrients-
nitrogen, phosphorus and po-'
tassium.
When two or more fertili-
zer materials are mixed, the
product is called a "mixed
fertilizer." If the mixed"
fertilizer contains all three of
the major plant nutrients
(nitrogen, phosphorus, potas-
sium) it is called a complete
fertilizer. When only one or
two of the nutrients are
present it is referred to as an
"incomplete fertilizer."
A "balanced" fertilizer is

Majors

In State ^

Tourney
According.to Coach Duane
McFarland, nine Port St. Joe
players were selected: to
represent the Big -Bend
District ii state competition
in the Pre-Majors and Major
divisions of Dixie Major
baseball. McFarland was
notified Saturday evening of
the players selected from St.
Joe.
Representing Port St. Joe
on the Pre-Majors, 15 and 16
year-olds, are Mickey Gain-
nie, Joe Norton, Tim Wilder,
Randy Wilder and Jay Rish.
They will begin state play-
offs this Saturday, July 13, in
Lakeland and will continue
with play through July 19.
Selected on the Major Big
Bend District team for 17
and 18 year olds were Jim
Norton, Kyle Pippin, Stacy
Strickland and Mitch Bou-
ington., Sebring will host this
year's state tournament for
the Majors, with action
beginning July 20 and conti-
nuing through the 26th.

Lupus Meeting
There will be a Lupus
meeting on Thursday, July 18
in the Conference Room of
Gulf Pines Hospital at 7:00
P.M.

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one containing the three
major nutrients in equal .
amounts. An 8-8-8 fertilizer is
a "complete-balanced" ferti-
lizer since it contains all-
three major nutrient ele-
ments and all three are
present in equal amounts.
A "complete-unbalanced"'
fertilizer is one that contains
all three major nutrients but
each is not present in equal
amounts. A 10-6-4 fertilizer is
an example of a "complete-
unbalanced" fertilizer.
Now, to get down to the
specifics of what the num-
bers on the bag mean. The
term 8-8-8 is the analysis or
grade designation of a com-
monly. available complete
and balanced fertilizer. The
grade or :analysis of a-
fertilizer' gives the percent-
age by weight of each of the
three fertilizer nutrients.. The
percentages are expressed in
terms of total nitrogen, avail-
able phosphoric acid and
water-soluble potash. Thus,
an .8-8-8 fertilizer contains
,eight percent total nitrogen,
eight percent phosphoric
acid, and eight percent water
soluble potash. The nutrients
are always listed in this
order on the label attached to
the fertilizer.
SA 106-lb.: bag of 8-8-8
obviously contains 8 Ibs." of
nitrogep, 8 Ibs. of phosphoric
acid and 8 lbs. of potash, or a
total of 24 Ilbs. of plant
nutrients. The remaining 76
lbs. consist of a filler or a
carrier of some kind. These

Master Degree
Program at PC
FSU Campus

A master's degree pro-
gram in Social Work is being
planned for the spring of 1986 .
at the Florida State Universi-
ty Panama City Campus
provided a sufficient number
of eligible students are ad-
mitted by September 1, 1985.
To be eligible for admis-
sion a student must have a 3.0
grade point average on the
last two years of under-
graduate work or a Graduate
Record Exam score of 1,000
or better. A bachelor's de-
gree in social work is not
required for admission to this
program, but additional
courses will be added to
make up for deficiencies.
Applications and program
information can be obtained
from Ms. Ophelia DeGroot,
the admissions office, 4917 N.
Bay Dr., telephone 769-8951.


fillers may or may not have
some value as a source of
plant nutrients. Some fertili-
zer manufacturers include
micronutrients in the filler.
The micronutrients iron,
manganese, zinc, copper,
chlorine, molybdenum and
boron are required' in very
minute quantities and less
often than the nitrogen, phos-
phorus and potassium.
Two questions may come
to mind. These are: should
you use a complete-balanced
fertilizer or a complete-
unbalanced fertilizer? How
much should you use?
Generally, a complete-bal-
anced fertilizer should be
used. Without a soil test or
years of observation and
experience, you have no way
of knowing which of the three
major nutrient elements may
or may not be needed.
Therefore, a complete fertilih
zer is recommended to take


care of any possible deficien-
cy of the three major nutrient
elements.
As to'how much to use, we
do not know, Again, without a
soil test, definite recom-
mendations as to amounts to
apply cannot be given. How-
ever, general recommenda-'
tions as to type and amount
of fertilizer to apply are
available from your County
Agent's office.

Rifle Club
Meeting Sat.:
The Gulf Rifle Club will
hold the monthly meeting at
6:30 P.M. on July 11.
The meeting will be at the
club house at the Range.
A covered dish supper will-
be 'held at 6:30 with a
business meeting to follow.
All members and guests are'
urged to attend.


4 Our Aeut RicaDrveOve


beaches has caused a notice to be filed with the Mexico
Beach Town Council, instructing them to remove the signs
from property which have been designated as public
streets, but which are not developed.
Mayor Jim Heathcock told The Star, the notice was'
filed with the Town for Charles Parker by attorney Cecil G.
Costin, Jr.
The notice says, in effect that the beaches are not-
public beaches. They are dedicated to the property owners .
for their use and not to the public. The notice asks that.
signs be removed designating public beaches between the
creek near Fiesta Food Store to the El Governor Motel.
"I don't know what the underlying, reason for the
notice is, but we are going to fight it", Mayor Heathcock
said. The Mayor said the Town received the notice just two
days ago and the Council has not had time to completely
evaluate it as yet.
Parker, a real estate developer in Mexico Beach who


NOTICE
Effective September 1, 1985, the
INITIATION FEE for membership in the
ST. JOSEPH BAY COUNTRY CLUB
will be increased to $400.00
THE FEE WILL BE
ONLY $12500
Until September 1, 1985.
JOIN NOW and A VOID THE PRICE INCREASEg


SAVINGS

SPECTACULAR!!

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603 Highway 98 - Highland View
Phone 229-6999

81 Mercury Cougar 2 door, 6 cyl., $
am/fm cassette, pis, p/b, auto., air cond. 3695

79 Mercury Cougar XR7, V-8, (real
nice car), am/fm stereo, cruise c.. tiltslw, $2995
elec. wi., pis, p/b, auto., air cond..2-dr. .... 2995
79 Mercury Bobcat 4 cyl., low miles, 1i 79
am/fm, auto., air cond................... 1
79 Buick Regal 2 door, V/8, tilt s/w, $4 95
am/fm, p/s, p/b, auto., air cond.......... 99
81 Chev. Pickup Custom Deluxe, short
w/b, auto., p/s, p/b, al/c, wire wheel covers, $4395
am/fm ............. ................... 395
76 Ford Pickup short w/b, stnd. shift, $1295
motor runs good . ......................
'81 Ford LTD 4-dr. p/s, p/b, auto., a/c, $3795
am/fm, wire wheel covers................. $3795
79 Monte Carlo p/s, p/b, am/fm, auto., $2995
a/c ... . .... ............ .. ; ...........
79 Ford t-Bird p/s, p/b, a/c, auto., $2495
am/fm tape player .... . . . . . . . ... ..... 2495

77 Dodge Aspen 2 door, 6 cyl., p/s,
auto...... . ... ...................... 795
77 Ford T-Bird Real good car, air, $1995
auto., p/s, p/b .......................
76 Plymouth Volarie 4 door, pis, $495
automatic ............................ 4 9 5
62 Ford Pickup 6 cylinder, motor runs $295
good .................................. 9
77 Pontiac Catalina 4-door, power, $4139
automatic, air.......................... 139 5
77 Ford LTD 4-dr. air cond., auto., $1295
power ................................ $1
78 Plymouth Fury 2-dr. power, $7Q
auto., air ............................. I
79 Chevrolet Monza 2 door, air, $i159
automatic, am/fm ..................... 1595
79 Chevette 4-dr. am/fm, $
automatic . . .................... 1295


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CHARLES M.. PARKER and
DAVID L. TAUNTON, Ministers

WORSHIP SERVICE ............... 9:00 A.M., C.S.T.
.CHURGH SCHOOL ................ 10:00 A.M., C.S.T.
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Nestle Toll House Little Bits...... .12 oz.
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PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1985


These photographs are the last in a series which our newspaper has been running of the future
citizens of our community. The snapshots were taken by a photographer several months ago.


Future


Citizens


of



Tomorrow
Samantha, age 4, daughter
of David and Susie Ambrose
of Port St. Joe.


STravis, 8, Sabrina, 5, and Amy, 1,. Eddie, 13, Angel, 12, and Justin, 31a,
.children of Lavon and Tammy children of Ed and Cathy Chaplin.


Canington of Port St. Joe. Joe.


Gretchen Lea, age 4, Bill, 11, and Eric, 8, sons of
daughter of Wayne and Mid- Willie and Shirley Ramsey of
ge Stevens of Port St. Joe. Port St. Joe.


Chris, 12, and Matt, 7, sons of Ralph
and Margaret Roberson of Port St.


"Fresh Start" Begun by


Florida Power Corp.


Florida Power Corporation
is alerting all new residents
in its 32-county service area
about the- efficient use of
electricity through an in-
novative program called
"Fresh Start."
- Based on the "Welcome
Wagon" principle, a Florida
Power representative makes
!an appointment with the new
resident. And then, at the
Customer's convenience,
goes to the customer's home'
and explains the utility's
various energy awareness
programs including the Av-
erage Billing Plan, Load
;Management credit options,
how to read electric meters,
Home Energy Audits, Home


Energy Fixups, general en-
-ergy management tips and
payment assistance plans.
Florida Power is the only
Florida utility using this
approach.
Fresh Start allows Florida
Power to greet new custom-
ers on a positive, helpful
note. Fresh Start and other
customer-oriented programs
are part of Florida Power's
"Customer Awareness" em-
phasis.
"Our customers are im-
portant to us at Florida
Power. Customer service re-
ceives a high corporate pri-
ority from all employees. We
want our customers to know
about the many services


available to. assist them. in
using electricity wisely,"
said Lee Scott, company
president.
Onef the goals with Fresh
Start is to contact new
residents before they receive
their first utility bill in order
to provide information on
how the Florida climate
affects the electric bill and
how that effect compares to
their home state.
Overwhelming positive
comments were received
about the Fresh Start Pro-
gram in a Customer Opinion
Survey conducted by Florida
Power Corporation in the
outlying areas of Orlando
where the program was
initiated.
The survey recorded 99
percent of the respondents as
saying the Fresh Start visit
was helpful and 75 percent
said -tle- visit 'Was "very
helpflul."Shirvey data showed
that 99 percent of the re-
spondents felt that the Flori-
da Power representative's
presentations were clear and
98 percent felt that the
representative answered all
questions completely.
Typical comments about
the program and the repre-
sentatives included:"
"A super program. I highly
recommend the program and
cannot give enough praise."
"I have.told many friends
and out-of-state people about
the program."
"Good program. We just
moved from another state
and the program is great for
newcomers. Please do con-
tinue .the program-."
Fresh Start is just one of
several programs Florida
Power has to demonstrate a
company theme "We're
Easy to Do Business With."


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ROTC Scholarship - Public Notices


. Given to O'Connor


Brenden M. O'Connor, a honors' societies and work
1985 graduating senior from experience. are also im-
Niceville Senior High School, portant considerations for
Niceville. has been awarded the scholarship. O'Connor.
1. four-year Air Force ROTC for example. was a member
scholarship. O'Connor and of the National Honor Socie-
3700 other high school seniors ty. Junior and Senior Coun-
from across the country were cils. Student Council. Math
chosen by a board of Air Club. secretary of the Key
Force officers from a group Club. captain of the Varsity
of over 10.000 finalists. Ini- Soccer Team. member of the
tiallv. a to'al of 15,000 tennis team, and Science
students had applied for the Club. He also attended Boy's
AFROTC scholarship this State and Florida State Uni-
year. versity's summer science
.'These scholarship win- and math camp.
ners are some of the bright- O'Connor. grandson of Mr.
est high school students in and Mrs. Joseph Berardi of
the country," said Colonel St. Joe Beach. plans to attend
Raymond W. Hinck, Aero- the University of Florida,
space Science Instructor at Gainesville, where he will
Niceville High. As a group major in Electrical Engi-
average, the winners are in -rreering. The four-year
the top three percent of their :APROTC scholarship will
respective high school grad- pay for full tuition, books.
uating classes. Their grade laboratory and some inci-
point average level is 3.60 on dental expenses and a $100
a 4.0 scale, monthly allowance during
According to Colonel the academic year. After
Hinck, Air Force ROTC is graduation he will be comn-
interested in more than just missioned a second Lieu-
high test scores and good ,.p4ant in the United States
-grades. Such things as extra- Air Force and begin an
curricular activities, sports, exciting and rewarding job
as an officer.
The Air Force ROTC se-
lects students whose primary
interest lies in Engineering
and scientific fields. A limit-
ed number of scholarships
are offered in non-technical
fields as well. Scholarship
applications, for students
graduating in 1986, may be
requested from local high
S., school counselors, or by
' contacting Major David Mc-
P Spadden, Air Force ROTC
Admissions Counselor, Uni-.
versity of Central Florida,
y Orlando, Fl 32816.
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Loura Adams, Florida Power representative, explains
the company's program.



V.F.W. Notes...


BY LESLIE TOTH
July 4th, Independence
Day, a day to celebrate the
birthday of our United States
of America. The City of Port
St. Joe presented an excel-
lent Fireworks display that
was enjoyed by everyone.
The VFW would like to thank
everyone for their patronage
of our refreshment booth on
this day.
Through the past several
weeks the VFW has been
involved in a number of
-patriotic related activities
and programs that have paid
tribute to our Country and its
many Veterans, and to com-
munity related programs.
These programs and activi-
ties have included the Voice
of Democracy Contest, Loy-
alty Day parade, Buddy
Poppy sale, Memorial Day
activities, flag raising cere-
monies to honor D-Day and
Flag Day, and July 4th.
The success of these activi-
ties and programs has been
greatly assisted by the help
of Wesley R. Ramsey, Editor
and Publisher of The Star
through their printing of our
articles and notices. A sin-
cere thank you, Mr. Ramsey,
for all your help and assist-
ance.
Another source of help has
been the local radio .station
WJBU and the management
staff. We say many, many
thanks to you for publicizing


our notices of activities, and
for your efforts to set up and
coordinate patriotic pro-
grams.
The covered dish dinner is
being offered on Friday, July
12 at 7:00 P.M. at the Post
Home, 115 5th, Highland
View. For a donation of three
dollars it's all you can eat.
Come and enjoy.
The next meeting of the
VFW membership is Thurs-
, day, July 25 at 7:30 P.M. at
the Post Home. Please come
and get involved in your Post
business activities.


Diplomas

for Adults

Having a high school di-
ploma can be an important
step in having a better and
more secure future. Adults
who do not have their high
school diploma may enroll at
The Gulf County Adult School
NOW. The school is open all
year with a staff of trained
teachers who can help adult
students obtain their high
school diploma: call 227-1744
or come to the Adult School
on Long Avenue behind Port
St. Joe High School, and let
. personnel. - help you have a
better chance at a more
secure future.


Yard Sale: 8-12 Saturday.
Little girl's & women's
clothes, .sheets, pillowcases.
323 7th Street, Highland
View.
YARD SALE: Many nice
items, jr. size clothes and
children's clothes. Also
Harvest Gold refrigerator,
frost-free, $125. 401 16th St.,
Port St. Joe. Sat., July 13th, 9
a.m.- 4 p.m. ltp 7/11
Yard Sale: July 12th &"
13th, Beacon Hill Beach,
First Ave. Kitchen wares,
clothes, old bottles and much
more. Itp
Yard Sale: Clothing, art
supplies, easels, books, sew-
ing machine and misc. good-
ies. Fri. & Sat., July 12th &
13th, hours 8 to 4. 622
Madison St., Oak Grove.
Yard Sale: Jones Home-
stead, 2 families, Saturday,
July 13, 8 a.m.





1975 Honda Civic, $495
O/B/O. Call 229-8379. Itp
1973 Ford Courier truck.
Call 229-6036, Bill Gandy.
1979 Mustang, auto., 4 cyl.
with air. Am radio. Call
229-8999. ltp
1979 Ford, excellent cond.
Call 227-1732. 2tp7/ll
1979 Jeep. Call 227-1234.
ltc 7/11
Reduced to Sell: '77 Mer-
cury Cougar XR-7, less than
60,000 actual miles. A/c, ps,
pb, auto. trans., 351 V-8
engine. Almost new radial
tires. Call 229-8997 8:30 to
5:30, after six call 229-6343,.


Gets carpets clean
like you've never
seen!
finishing touch
201 Monument Ave.
Phone 227-1199 or 227-1190


FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE
Notice is hereby given pursuant to
Florida's Fictitious Name Statute that
the undersigned intends to register
with the Circuit Court Clerk, Gulf
County, Florida, the fictitious trade
name underwhich the undersigned will
be engaged in business, as follows:
BUSINESS NAME: Dixie Belle Motel
BUSINESS LOCATION: 2411 West
Highway 98, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456
BUSINESS OWNER: Beres Enter-
prises, Inc.
I 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
fictitious name or trade name under
which he will be engaged in business
and in which said business is to be car-
ried on, to-wit:
FREDDY THE HANDYMAN
o P. 0. Box 833
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Owner: Fred T. Wage's
4tc 6/27

BEFORE OF ACTION
Before the Construction Industry
Licensing Board
IN RE: The license to practice
Registered Building Contracting,
Registered Plumbing, and Registered
Mechanical Contracting of:
Patrick K. McFarland
405 Woodward Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
License Number RB 0043772, RF
0045921, and RM 0045914
Case Number 0053951 and 0054044
The Department, of Professional
Regulation has filed an administrative
complaint against you a copy of which
may be obtained by contacting Staff
Attorney, Douglas A. Shropshire, 130
North Monroe Street, Tallahassee,
Florida 32301 (904) 488-0062.
If no contact has been made by you
concerning the above by July 31, 1985,
the matter of the administrative com-
plaint will be presented at an ensuing
meeting of the Construction Industry
Licensing Board in an informal pro-
ceeding.
4tc 6/27
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
fictitious name or trade name under
which he will be engaged in business
Sand in which said business is to be car-
tied on, to-wit:
GULF SIDE BUILDERS
5771 Georgia Avenue
Port St. Joe Beach, FL 32456
Owner: Bruce Allen
4tc 6/27
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULF
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on the
13th day of May, 1985, pursuant to a
Writ of Execution issued in the County
Court of Gulf County, Florida, Case
Number 85-37 in the cause of GOLD
HAT AUTO PARTS, PLAINTIFF, vs.
CHARLES SCOTT, DEFENDANT, I,
AL HARRISON, SHERIFF OF GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA, have levied
upon the property of the defendant, to-
wit:
One (1) 1975 Buick, 4-door,.Yellow
I.D. #4N69J5X143195, Tag #
459BLG (Bay County)
On the 25th day of July, 1985 at Two
O'clock (2:00) (EDT) in the afternoon
on the steps of the Gulf County Cour-
thouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, I will of-
fer for sale said property for cash to
the highest bidder, subject to all prior
liens, if any, to satisfy said Writ of Ex-
ecution. .
/s/fAL HARRISON, SHERIFF
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
4t6/27

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY
Case No. 85-13
L W. DUREN, LINA W. DUREN,
ISAAC K. DUREN and GEORGE W.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
Case Number 85-36
IN RE: The Estate of
KATHLEEN R. JONES,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the Estate of
KATHLEEN R. JONES, deceased, file
number 85-36, is pending in the Circuit
Court of Gulf County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is P. O.
Box 968, Port St. Joe, Florida. The
Personal Representatives of the
Estate of Kathleen R. Jones are
ELIZABETH J. TOMLINSON and
MAE J. DEAN, whose address is 419
Eighteenth Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida. The name and address of the
Personal Representatives' attorney
are as set forth below.
All. persons having claims or
demands against the Estate are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
file with the Clerk of the above Court a
written statement of any claim or de-
mand they may have. Each claim
must be in writing and must indicate
the basis of the claim, the name and
address of the creditor orr his Agent or.
Attorney and the amount claimed. If
the claim is not yet due, the date when
it will become due shall be stated. If-
the claim is contingent or unli-
quidated, the nature of the uncertainty
shall be stated. If the claim is secured,
the security shall be described. The
Claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies to the Clerk to enable the Clerk
to mail one copy to each Personal
Representative.
All persons interested in the Estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
Sministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE (3) MON-
THS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections they
may have that challenge the validity
of the decedent's will, the qualifica-
Stions- of the personal representatives -
or the venue or jurisdiction of the
Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OB-.
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: July 4, 1965.
Is/ ELIZABETH J. TOMLINSON,
/sf MAE J. DEAN,
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES
OF THE ESTATE OF KATHLEEN R.
JONES, deceased.
/s /WILLIAM J. RISH
303 Fourth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(904)229-8211
Attorney for Personal Represen-
tativ7/4
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Port St. Joe, Florida


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Man Our Brother"


DUREN,
Plaintiffs,
Vs.
DONNELL PETERSON and Wife,
RUBY L. PETERSON,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to
a Final Judgment dated April 24,1985,
in Case No. 85-13 of the Circuit Court,
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, in and for
County of Gulf, State of Florida, in
which I. W. DUREN, LINA W.
DUREN, ISAAC K. DUREN and
GEORGE W. DUREN, are the Plain-
tiffs, and DONNELL PETERSON and
Wife, RUBY L. PETERSON are the
Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder, for cash, in the lobby
at the Gulf County Courthouse, Port
St. Joe, Florida, at 11:00 A.M.
(Eastern time), on July 24, 1985, the
following described property set forth
in the Final Judgment of Foreclosure:
Lot Twelve (12), Block 1007, Mill-
view Addition Unit No. I, Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, as per official plat
thereof on file in the Office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court, Gulf County,
Florida.
DATED this the 28th day of June,
1985.
JERRY T. GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
2t7/4







THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1985 PAGE ELEVEN





Reduced to sell: House on
corner lot near schools, fenc-
ed back yard, new roof, new
siding & new wiring. Outside
storage bldg. 3 bedrooms, 1
bath. Just $14,000. Call
227-1789. 4tp 7/11
2 bedroom, cen. a/h, ceil-
ing fans, w/w carpet, front &
back decks, Ig. shop storage
in back. $42,000. St. Joe
Beach, Canal St. Call
64"8694. 4tp7/11
Out of Town Property
For sale by owner: Near
Vernon, FL. 64 acres with 2
bdrms., 1 ba. mobile home
12x60'. Completely furnish-
ed, including washer &
dryer. 200' deep well and
septic tank. Cen. h&a. Utility
bldg., 329 ft. frontage on For-
tune Pond. Good hutning &
fishing. $18,000 cash. Write
t to: G. H. Kessel, P. O. Box
13174, Mexico Beach, FL
32410. 12t7/11.
3 bdrm., 1% bath home,
cen. heat, air; w/w carpet,
extras. 1911 Cypress Ave.
Owner anxious. $46,500 or
best offer. Call 769-3829 or
227-1618. 2tp7/4

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 229537 or
648-8248 for more
information


(904) 227-1450
FRANK HANNON, Broker
SALES ASSOCIATES
Evenings and Weekends:
Margaret Hale - 648-5659
Frances Chason - 229-8747
Be Boyett - 648-8936
Larry McArdle - 227-1551


For Sale by Owner: on 1%
lots, near schools, cypress
fence, lawn pump, 3 bdrm,, 2
full baths, liv., din., kitchen
with den with fireplace, ceil-
ing fans throughout. Many
other extras. Must see to ap-
preciate. Call 229-8732 after 5
p.m. 4tp6/20
LOT FOR SALE: By
Owner: 120 ft. frontage on
beach, Beacon Hill, Hwy. 98.
Call 1-535-4081. 10tp 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 227-1514.
.tfc 7/4
For Sale or Rent: Three
800 sq. ft. 2 bdrm. units town-
houses. Cen. h&a, insul.
doors & windows, carpet,
refrig. & stove. 3rd St., High-
land View. Now available.
Owner will finance. Call
2294509.. tfc 6/6
4 bdrm., 3 bath home. Dbl.
carport, "laundry rm.,
carpet, covers solid oak.
Fireplace. Approx. 2,000 sq.
ft. Lot approx. 140'x160'.
Utility bldg., grape vine. Y4
mile from schools, town,
churches. By appt. only.
229-8601. Itp 7/11






Want to Buy: Cash for
'mobile home tires and axles.
We remove.- Call collect
904/576-8672. 12t 7/11
Want to Buy: Water soft-
ener. Call Charles Branch at
648-8632 or 229-6531. 2tc 7/11


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LOCAL MERCHANTS
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HOMES
SUPER VALUE - OWNER SAYS SELL - 4 bedroom, 2 bath, split level,
cen. heat & air. 2580 sq. ft. on 90 x 175' corner lot. Priced for quick sale at
$65,000.
Spacious brick & stucco 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fireplace, $89,000.
Uke new brick home 3 bedroom, 2 bath, extra Ig. lot, assumable loan.
$87,500.
Port St. Joe: Good rental property. 2 bedroom, 1 ba. $27,000.
New Listing: Newly painted frame home on nice corner lot, f.p., 3 bdrm., 2
bath, den, cypress Interior, Ig. outside bldg., good neighborhood. $43,000.
Almost new brick 3 bdrm., 2ha., corner lot, deck & outsidestorage. $47,850.
Lovely brick home, only 3 yrs. old, nice neighborhood, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., well-
Insulated, garage, fp, screened back porch. $62,000.
Take a look at this. Cozy * starter or retirement home. 2 bdrm., 1 be., den or
3rd bdrm. Enclosed porch, fenced yd & carport; corner lot, $27,000, Price
Reduced!
For the discriminating buyer - Unique executive home, landscaped lot, 4
bdrm., 2 bath, fp, patio, many custom features. 3,500 sq. ft. Garage, energy
efficient.
Close to town: 3 bdrm., 1 bath, porch, nice yd., $29,000.
Owner Anxious. Great buy. Block & stucco house in good family
neighborhood, Port st. Joe.3 bdrm., 2 bath. $50,000.
Close to town, newly remodeled, 3 BR, 2 ba. $31,000.
Nice 2 BR 2 ba, den, wet bar, fireplace, deck, many extras. 806 Garrison.
$48,500.
3 BR. 1 ba at 1610 Long Ave. $29,500.
Well kept home. Good retirement home. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry. $45,000.
Nice masonry home close to schools. 3 BR, 2 ba, fenced back yard, $48,500.
Ward Ridge brick 3 BR 2 ba. assumable mortgage, $46,000.
White Crty: Mini-farm, pond 3 BR 1 ba. $40,000.
Howard Creek. Owner will donate some "fix-up" labor. Large 2 story 5 BR 2
ba Franklin stove, screen porch, util. room, $47,900.
Cape San Bias: Large great room, screen porch, 2 bedroom, 3 bath.
$1qp,500.1.5 acres gulf-front.
THE BEACHES
St. Joe Beach: EXCELLENT BUYI 3 bedroom, 2 bath, deck, 2 lots, only
$64,000. Many extra features.
St. Joe B4ch: Stilt house 2 BR 1'/2 ba., den or study, utli. rm., carport.
$69,500.
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
Red Bull Island, Wows: 2 lots $9,000 or $4,500 each.
St. Joe Beach: Corner lot, cleared, 75'x150', $9,500.
Stonemill Creek Area: 40 acres, cleared land, $40,000.
Gulf Aire: Gulf from 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', $8,600.
Jones Homestead: 2 acres, $8,400.
St. Joe Beach: One 50'x125' lot 1 block from beach, $16,000.
TOWNHOUSES
Gulf Pines: Duplex, 3 bdrm., 3 ba. each side. $176,000.
Cape San Bias Beach: 2 BR 2V/a ba. $80,000.
COMMERCIAL LOTS
Port St. Joe: Close to business district, 50x170' lot. $8,000.
St. Joe Beach: Prime waterfront property. Last large tract at St. Joe Beach
suitable for development. 231 ft. on highway and waterfront.
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.


Social worker experienced
in health care setting, cap-
able of initiating social his-
tory upon admission, assess-
ments and familiarity with
outside referral agencies.
Must have knowledge of
Medicaid/Medicare regula-
tions, BSW preferred. Top
salary & benefits. Apply in
person, Bay St. Joseph Care
Center, 220 9th St., Port St.
Joe. Mon. - Fri. 9-4 p.m.
EOE/MF/HC
ltc7/11
Activities Coordinator:
Qualified activities coordi-
nator with good character,
kindness, stable tempera-
ment, genuine love & cbin-
passion for the elderly to
direct activities program ap-
propriate to the need & in-
terest of each resident. App-
ly in person at Bay St.
Joseph Care Center, 220 9th
St., Port St. Joe, Mon. - Fri.,
9-4 p.m. EOE/MF/HC.
It 7/11
Part time LPN or RN
needed. Apply at Bay St.
Joseph Care Center, 220 9th
St., Port St. Joe, 229-8244,
between 8 and 4:30 p.m.
2tc 7/11
Help Wanted: Someone to
train as an upholsterer's
seamstress. Part-time, may
lead to full time. Louise Var-
num, 227-1469.
Part-time help needed to
copy public records at Gulf
County Courthouse. Must
have good handwriting. Call
Bob at 648-5811 for interview.
2tc 7/11
Excellent income for part
time home assembly work.
For information call 504-
641-8003, ext. 9575.
7/11, 7/25,8/8, 8/22
FITNESS INSTRUCTOR:
Teach Jazzercise-the lead-
ing fitness program. A chal-
lenging opportunity for high
energy individuals to teach
quality classes and be self-
employed. Call Barbara
Strausbaugh at 904/763-7191
for instructor training infor-
mation. 3tp-7/11
Position Title: School Bus
Driver - Port St. Joe area,
Overstreet run. The position
will be available for school
year 1985-86. Applicants
should reside in Overstreet
vicinity. A written applica-
tion must be made by all in-
terested persons. Contact
Harry Herrington, Coordina-
tor of Special Services at
(904) 227-1558 or 639-2871. Ap-
plication forms may be pick-
ed up at Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School, Office of
Support Services, and
returned to Mr. Herrington
at the Gulf County School
Board, Gulf County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
2t 7/4
GOVERNMENT JOBS.
$15,000-$50,000/yr. possible.
All occupations. Call 805-
687-6000 ext, R-6859 to find
out how. 7tc6/13
SAY YOU SAW IT IN
THE STAR!


Century 21
St. Joseph Bay Realty
Realtor,
904/648-5716
NEW LISTINGS:
1618 Marvin Ave.
Port St. Joe
1900 sq. ft., 4 BR, den, 2
bath, on 2 lots. $65,000.
* * * * * *
1302 Garrison Ave.
Port St. Joe
Corner lot, 2 bdrm., 1 bath,
sunporch, $44,500.

Oak Grove
404 Madison St.
3 bdrm., 2 bath, $37,500.
Cypress Avenue
Port St. Joe
1888 sq. ft. brick & stucco, 3
bdrm., 2 bath, fireplace,
many extras. $89,000.
SPECIAL BUY
Reduced
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.


Moving: Must Sell: 1984
Pontiac Parisienne sw,
18,000 miles, excel. cond.
$10,500. 1981 CB900 Honda
motorcycle, $1,500. Burkline
loveseat, $100. Thomasville
bedroom suite, queen size
4-poster bed, chest, triple
dresser w/mirror, $800.
Sears 10-speed "Canadian
made" 26" bike. Call
2294-8542. Itp
Bell & Howell movie
camera and projector,
sports equipment, Odyssey
T.V. video game, many
household items, several
swag lamps, children's
clothes, much more. Satur-
day and Sunday, The Cut
Above in Mini-Mall, Mexico
Beach. 648-8908. ltp
Attention small families.
Are you paying too much for
health insurance? Call
Mutual of Omaha, 648-8557.
3tp 7/11
Water bed, queen size,.
pedestal headboard and
sides. Vinyl padded, heater
included. $200 firm. Call
648:8796. 7/11
Brass queen size bed. Also
1976 Pontiac. Call 229-6314.
ltp
15' bass boat, fully equip-
ped. $5,200. Call 648-8247 for
more information. Itp 7/11
Beautiful limited edition
prints of Overstreet Post Of-
fice in full color. Only 200
signed & numbered prints.
See them at Telephone Co.
Business Office. Price for
matted and framed print is
only $65.00. tfc 7/11
Refrigerator, ceiling fan,
electric lawn mower, cast
iron double sink with
faucets, $25 each. 229-889.
For Sale: St. Joe Beach
between Selma & Atlantic on
Alabama: 1978 Pontiac
wagon new engine $2,800;,
gas space heater, $50; stack
washer/dryer $250; Hotpoint
refrig./freezer comb. $250;
solid cherry buffet with
hutch $250; 2 beige
sidechairs ea. $40; lamps,
$10 to $20; bunk bed with
mattresses $200; maple trun-
dle bed w/matching stand
$200; maple chair $25; anti-
que fainting couch makes in-
to % bed $300. Call 6484205.
2tp7/11
LAWN FURNITURE
Swings, swing frames, pic-
nic tables, lawn chairs, set-
tees, and children's picnic
tables. Call 639-2860.
20' fiberglass utility boat.
Ideal for shallow water
shrimping or gill netting.
Tunnel drive with practical-
ly new 6 cyl. inboard engine.
All new running gear, good
shape, ready to go.. Call
648-5239 or 648-8766. tfc 6/20


Tappan gas range, excel-
lent cond. $250. Call 769-3829
or 227-1618. 2tp 7/4
20' boat with 150 h.p.
motor. 1976 Dodge pickup
truck, good cond. Phone
648-5397. All reasonable of-
fers will be considered.
2tp 7/4
Beautiful
STRAW BUTTERFLIES
by Audra
For Door or Wall - $12.50
Call 229-8601
19' self-contained travel
trailer. Rustic Sands Camp-
grounds, Mexico Beach. Call
648-5229. tfc 6/6


STEEL ROOFING & SIDING
American Made
From $9.95 per Sq.
Based on Size, Style & Qty.
GOLDIN IND., INC.
Gulfport, MS 601-896-6216
4tp 7/4-

Snapper riding lawn
mower, $450; Snapper tiller
$100; 500' of chain link fence
$400. Call after 6:00 p.m.,
648-8536. ltp 7/11
Conn alto saxophone with
case & accessories, neare
mint cond., Cost new $650,
first $300 takes it. Selmer
coronet & case, good cond.
$40; Gibson ES125 guitar, no
case, playable, but needs
neck work to be professional,
$100. Gibson Les Paul copy,
an extremely accurate copy
with 2 Gibson Humbucking
dual white coil pickups, fine
tuning bridge, Schaller tun-
ing gears, maple top, etc.
Mint condition & hard shell
case $295 firm. 2 other hollow
body electrics $75 each. Call
229-8111 or 229-8889.
GE mobile maid dishwash-
er, not used-.over a dozen
times. Was in vacation
home, now have permanent
residence with built-in. In
excel. cond. $100. 648-5331.
AKC registered Doberman
Pinscher puppies. Call
229-6005 or 648-5239.





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_ 7/4-
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.


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SPjk" hone Day 227.1570
Night 648-8417


CONTRACTORS, RENTAL PROPERTY
OWNERS, REALTORS

Post Construction &
Rental Cleaning
INSURED - WORK GUARANTEED
CONTACT


MAIDS, UNLIMITED
229-8942


ltc 7/1


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


I FOR RENT


For Rent: 2 bedroom, 1
bath 800 sq. ft. efficiency
apartment. Reasonable
damage deposit and rent.
Located at 606 Woodward
Ave. No pets. Call 227-1689.
2t 7/11
Unfurnished house for rent
at 528 7th St. Call 648-5306.
It 7/11
2 bedroom, 1 bath trailer,
2% lots from beach at St. Joe
Beach. No pets. Call
648-5361. 2t7/11


Lease one year. Duplex at
Hwy. 98 & 28th St., Mexico
Beach. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. Walk-
ing distance to beach and
shopping, cen. h&a, washer
hook-up, dishwasher. Call
385-7714 weekdays, 648-8789
weekend evenings, or
575-3624 weekday evenings.
$315.00 per month includes
water & garbage. tfc 6/27
For Rent: Nice 2 bedroom
mobile home. Rustic Sands
Campgrounds, Mexico
Beach. 648-5229. tfc 6/20


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.
AUTO
FRS. AL


1974 CJ-5 Jeep, 304 3-speed
$2,295. See to apRreciate.
227-1251 days, . 27-1764
nights. lIfc 7/4


I SERVES 77


OPENING SOON
GRACE RETIREMENT
HOME
Saunders Circle, Ward Ridge
24 hour care, affordable
rates, family atmosphere.
229-6516
Will clean your house for
you. Very reasonable rates.
Call Kim at 648-5062. Port St.
Joe or the Beaches. 2tp7/11
Call Freddy Wages for
your Home Improvements
and Repairs. Painting,
Panelling, Roofing Shingles,
Remodeling. Tell me your
needs. Free estimates, no
service charge. 229-6288.
2tp7/11
Thinking of Painting?
Pressure Clean It First
HOUSES
PRESSURE CLEANED
Takes off mold, mildew,
rust, dirt. Strips off peeling
old paint. Cleans and
whitens brick and stone
homes. For free estimates
Call 648-5846 or
Mike 64-8451
4tp7/11
WILL DO
ALL FIBERGLASSING &
BOAT REPAIR
Call Lucy Clark
229-8193 . 3tp 6/27
C. R. SMITH & SON
Dump Trucks, Hauling,
Front End Loaders,
Back Hoe, Bull Dozers
Septic Tank Drainfill, Etc.
Call 229-6018 -
4tc 7/4
We buy, sell and trade us-
ed furniture. Get good prices
for your unwanted furniture.
Country Peddler. 2294966.

Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church


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


Psychological services for
anyone with problems in
day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
Joe, 227-1145 (24 hours)
JOE ADAMS
CONSTRUCTION
Any Type Building
Commercial * Residential
State LAc. No. RG0027009
Located across from Health
Dept.
408 Long Avenue
229-6380
tfc 6/6



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 7/4


Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
Accounting & Income Tax
Service - Small Business
Individual
Monthly Accounting.
Wauneta Brewer
Owner Donna Cannon
Assistant
228 Reid Ave.
Phone 229-8536


St. Joseph Bay
Construc t'o

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


For Yard Service
Call Tommy Ford
227-1206
tfc 6/13

COSTING INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 7/4'


nk 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
tic 7/4


LICENSED PAWNBROKER
WE BUY GOLD & DIAMONDS
WATCH, CLQCK, JEWELRY REPAIR

Golden Gift Emporium
226 REID AVENUE
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456


14. GOLDEN


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue
tfic 7/4


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue 7/4


(904)229-6312
tfc 7/4


The Sewing Room


� 410 A Reid Avenue
@p\4S Port St. Joe, Florida OTO
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"
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HANNON REALTY, Inc.


REEVES FURNITURE &

i REFINISHING SHOPPE
REFERENCES Phone 229-6374
Call and Talk to Us About Getting
Your Furniture Refinished to
Look Like New.
Across from Duren's Economy Store,
Highway 98
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1985


ATV's Have Their Own Peculiar Built-In Hazards


BY DOYLE CONNER
COMMISSIONER
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT
QF AGRICULTURE AND
CONSUMER SERVICES
They look like. overgrown
tricycles. But they have
three big balloon tires and an
engine that enable them to
traverse all kinds of terrain.
These are called all terrain
vehicles or ATVs, but they in
fact should not be used on
hard-surfaced roads.
ATVs have been adopted
by a number of farmers in
the U.S. for use in the fields


GOOD
4R SEASONS
to see your good
neighbor agent


CAR * HOME
LIFE * HEALTH

BILL WOOD
411 Reid Ave.
229-6514 or 229-6103
Like u good neighbor.
State Form is there.



STATE FARM
NmSURANCE COMPANIES
Home Office.: Blooslgtou. Ullmol
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because of their go-anywhere
capability and the economy
of operation compared with
other power vehicles. But
many have been turned over
to children to ride, some-
times with disastrous results.
The Consumer Product
Safety Commission (CPSC)
has found there have been at
least 125 deaths in the last
three years as a result of
ATV accidents. That many or
more are expected to occur


Patrick May, 20, departed
June 21 via a Lufthansa
charter flightfrom Miami for
Dusseldorf, West Germany.
May has been awarded an
exchange scholarshipp
through the University of
North Carolina to the Univer-
sitat Dusseldorf and Univer-
sitat Koln (Cologne).
The scholarship is spon-
sored by the University of
North Carolina and DAAD,
deutshe akademische Aus-
tauschdienst (German aca-
demic 'exchange service).
The award involves study
at the two universities and
work with Henkle Corp., a
chemical company with a
plant in Dusseldorf. It covers
a 14 month period.
'One candidate was chosen
from the University of North
Carolina on the basis of
grades, essay and interview
in German.
The 1982 Port St. Joe High


this year alone. Injuries from
ATV accidents treated in
emergency rooms more than
tripled from 1982 to 1983.
There were an estimated
66,956 in 1984, more than
double the number in 1983.
Many ATV-related deaths
and injuries result from the
vehicle tipping over on the
rider, or flipping which traps
the rider leading to head and
neck injury, and chest injury
from colliding with the han-


graduate has just completed
his Junior year at North
Carolina, majoring in Inter-
national Studies, with minors
in German and Creative
Writing. He is the son of
David and Betty May of Port
St. Joe.

Toth Home

On Leave
Cpl. John F. Toth, (Sniper-
Scout), 2nd Marine Division
Camp Lejeune, U.S.M.C. is
home on a 30 day leave just
prior to ending a four year
tour of duty with the Corps.
John is visiting with his
parents on Cape San Blas.
He served with the Eighth
Marines who participated as
part of the Multinational
peace-keeping Force in Leb-
anon, August 1982- February
1984. He. was also in the
landing on Grenada-Carria-
cou, October-November,
1983.
CARD OF THANKS
I would like to express my
many thanks ,to everyone
who has been so good and
thoughtful to me while I was
in the hospital and after I
came home- for your pray-
ers, so much good food,
cards, visits, and all the
kindnesses of love.
God bless each one of you. I
love you and God loves you.
Mrs. 0. M. Taylor


dlebars. Tragically, 44 per-
cent of those injured in 1984
were under 16 years of age.
The problems with ATVs
appear to be related to .a
belief that the three-wheelers
are inherently safer than
two-wheeled motorbikes or
trail bikes, and riders are
using less care than riders of
other motorized vehicles.


The ATVs may be even less
safe than trail bikes because
they require more complex
maneuvers to offset a tenden-
cy to tip over in turns.
The lack of a differential
and front suspension make
the ATVs more difficult to
operate on hard surfaces. A
differential is the device in
the rear axle that allows the


rear wheels to turn inde-
pendently when making
turns and thus avoid skids.
On a soft surface, the
absence of a differential may
not present a problem be-
cause the rear wheels can
slide more easily. With only
one wheel in front, this is
more important than with
two wheels, as' there is no


221 Reid Avenue


ROY SMITH, Aqent


front wheel directly in line
with the direction the vehicle-
is traveling.
Underinflated balloon
tires, which are great for soft
terrain, are bad on hardsur-
faced roads because the
tread moves from side to side
causing problems with con-
trol. ATVs are not supposed
to be used on paved roads or


streets, but that's where
many injuries occur.
The ATVs are touted in
televised advertisements as
"fun" vehicles but we ought
to keep in mind that many
activities which are supposed
to be fun have built-in
hazards. ATVs appear to
have some peculiarly their
own.


Commodity Distribution Uc aia0PiAf


Scheduled for Next Week Sh Cal

U.S.D.A. commodities will Distribution will take place 1:30 p.m. until 3:30 p.m.
be distributed in Gulf County in Port St. Joe at the Gulf EDT. -, K, Q
on July 16 and 18 to those who County Senior Citizens Build- Distribution in Wewahit-
are eligible. .ing on Tuesday, July 16 from -.chka will take place at the .
Wewahitchka Community Commercial - Residential
A Center from 2:00 p.m. until Remodeling and
pply NO W for 2:00 p.m. CDT on Thursday,
July 18. Service Work
S . L Recipients must have a 26 Years Experience - Licensed and Bonded
Student L I an s current commodity card to
S. a receive their commodities! Reg. No. ER.004631
__.There will be no. registration
Students who desire finan- ed instruction provided. on the days of distribution. - Charles Sowell
cial aid to enroll in a college Gulf Coast students who Therefore, if anyone is uncer-
or university this fall should need assistance in filling out tain of their eligibility, they
act immediately, according these forms should come to should call 227-735 or comeElectric
to Dan Smith, coordinator of the GCCC Financial Aid by the Civil Defense Office in- - -
financial aid at Gulf Coast Office. the Gulf County Courthouse. 411 Reid Avenue
Community College irre.� thoG l C nt o eseedates
rp........ d.


Smith said that processing
of federal aid applications
"takes about six weeks at
best." He added that fall
semester for GCCC and
Florida State University will:
begin Aug. 26. '
Smith recommended the..
use of the Application for
Federal Student Aid for the
most rapid response. Appli-
cation packets are available
at financial aid offices at
academic institutions.
Those submitting applica-.
tions are cautioned that
applications are subject to
careful review at each stage.
of the qualification process.
Their applications may re-
quire extensive validation
when they are submitted to
the college.
Students and their families
must complete the forms,
with' extreme care, Smith
added. They. must give care-
ful attention to accuracy,
completeness, and the detail-


CARD OF THANKS
The family of Irma Sollars
would like to thank all our
friends and neighbors for
their love, concern and help
during the loss of our loved
one.
We would like to extend a
special thanks to Dr.. Shirley
Simpson and the members of
the Church of Christ who
were always there when we
needed them.
Kenneth Sollars
Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Turner
Karla Peterson
Mr. & Mrs. John Thumrn
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to express
our sincere appreciation for
the cards, letters, calls, or
whatever act of kindness was
displayed during the loss or
our son.
May God richly bless you is
our prayer.
The Family of
Wayne Lewis Wright


Please bring a bag or box
to put commodities in.


* U


Phone 227-1133


FRANK HANNON, Agent


Patrick May Goes


To Germany for

14 Mos. of Study


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH,
Corner of Fourth St. and Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
SUN'DAY SCHOOL .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:45 A.M..
WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00 A.M. & 7:00 P.M.'
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ........... .... 6:00 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) ........... 7:30 P.M.


JIMMY CLARK, Pastor


Nursery Provided


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With


HANNON INSURANCE

Agency, Inc.

The Insurance Store Since 1943

Auto - Home - Business - Life

Flood - Bonds - Mutual Funds

8:30 till 6:00 Monday through Friday


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