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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880


FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR, NUMBER 29


Industry-Deep Water Port-#ine People-Safest Beaches in Florida

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDAi 32456 THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1986


:Check Sent Back



Manuel Says City Owes Him for


Services .. Not Gulf County
S, 1 eer


Taking A Look Inside Mains
SI. Russell Botos, a project
foreman for Griner's A-One
.[ ...- Pipeline CQmpany, is shown
I- f in the photo above monitor-.
ing a television screen
A,.. which shows the inside of a
city sewer line as %iewed by
a camera travelling inside.
The work, current) in
progress in the city, is to
locate trouble spots inside
lines which are causing the
city Sewer Department
problems.
As breaks or obstructions
S' are found inside the lines.
they are being repaired
.. ... either'by Griner's A-I or by ,
i! 3iy Crews, dep jzIgMp.the.

1 : ,. In the bottom phdto os
'" sets the TV camera b re it
is lowered into the''ewer
line to begin one of its
inspection journeys.
Public Works Superinten-
dent Martin Atkison says
the camera. :has: located,
several serious breaks and
spots of deterioration.inAhe
older mains inside the eit i,-
Several have already:'' ,
been repaired.




Hardware Burglary Arrest Made


A check from the City of
Port St. Joe to the Gulf
SCounty Building. Depart-
: ment, in the amount of
S$920.00, was returned, un-
cashed, by building inspector
; Dewayne Manuel earlier this
m ronth. Tuesday night, the
City had a bill from Manuel
for the $920,00, saying the
money was owed to him, and
not the county building de-
partment.
9i Manuel was approached by
Wthe City Commission to do
I building inspection work in-
side the city after the de th
|of E. F. Gunn, who was'
Formerly Port St. Joe's in-
spector.
The City received a bill'
.', from Manuel for the $920.00
in fees owed him, for his
', services and the City sent a
-' check for the money, payable
Sto the Gulf County Building
P Department.
Manuel returned the check
un-cashed.
Manuel told The Star, "I
sent the check back because
Sit was made out wrong. The
City owed me the $920.00; not
the Gulf County Building
Department. I am a contrac-
; tor serving Gulf County.
They give me so much money
each year to operate their
. building department".
There is really no contro-
.versy between Manuel and
the City Commission, "I told
them when they approached
me, I would do their work for
'them until they could get an
agreenmnt with the County
Commission for my depart-
ment to work under if they
wished to used our services",
he said
Since that time, the City
has turned down a working
agreement to utilize the
county's inspection depart-
m nt and has hired its own
in pector, Scott Stanley of
1 dian Pass.
She city turned down the
county's offer because the
'c jnty inspection rates are
hi her than the city's.
ilanuel said that when the
ci y returns their check, it
should be made out to him,
individually, for his services,


and everything will be fine.
Tuesday night, the Com-
mission decided not to send
the check back until they get
a clarification of the situa-
tion under which, Manuel
worked for the city for that
short period of time..
ADOPT ORDINANCE
An oidinanc.e, read for
final approval Tuesday night
andadopted, makes it unlaw-
ful to consume alcoholic
beverages on city streets or
sidewalks. The ordinance
becomes effective immed-
iately and can be the vehicle
to control a growing problem.
in north Port St. Joe, accord-'
ing to its sponsor, Nathan
Peters, Jr. : .
The Commission also ap-
proved Resolution number'
546, which establishes -a
personnel manual for' all
employees of the city. The
manual makes only one


change from the rules which
have governed city hiring in
the, past'. Under the new
rules, city policemen are
stipulated as salaried person-
nel, which carries a different
work responsibility from
hourly paid personnel.
Police patrolmen are not
eligible for extra holiday pay
under the new rules. This
question was what prompted
a spelling out of the work
rules in the first place:
Policemen are paid the same
salary every week, regard-
less of whether they are off
on a holiday, or if they work
on a holiday. Commissioner
Nathan Peters- thought the
police officers should be paid
j'extra for holidays whether
they worked or not.'
i OTHER BUSINESS
-. In other business matters,
the Commission:
-Agreed to advertise for a
variance for Charles Tharpe


who was asking the side
limits be relaxed on the north
side of his lot on Cypress
Avenue, which would allow
him to face his home in the
same direction as other
homes on the street.
-Approved a zoning var-
iance for Rawlis Leslie, who
is planning to build several
multi-family dwellings on a
block in north Port St. Joe,
formerly owned by the city.
Leslie asked for encroach-
ment variances of various
distances 'along the edge of
the property to allow him to
place the buildings on the
property to a better advan-
tage.
-Set rules and regulations
for making cross connections
and ,installing back flow
preventers on city water
lines.
-Instructed building in-
(Continued on Page 6)


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Gulf County Sheriff Al
Harrison personally investi-
gated and arrested one sus-
pect in the St. Joe Hardware
burglary of about 10 days
ago, according to Chief Dep-
uty Mike'White.
White said Sheriff Harrison
was personally following up
on some leads 'and arrested
John Charles Boykin, 23, with
participating in the theft and
lodging him in he Gulf
County jail under a ge of
burglary and grand theit.
White said that investiga-
tion .iito- the case by the
Sheriff's Department and
Port St. Joe's Police Depart-
ment have led to more than
one suspect, but that only
Boykin had been apprehend-
ed atthis time.
The Hardware, store was
hit by burglars Saturday,
March 8, after the store had
closed for the week end.
Indications are that the burg-
lars hid in the store when it
was closed and left by a side
door. The burglars cleaned
out the safe of money and
checks.
White said that in addition
to Boykin's arrest, about a
third of the money taken was
,also recovered.
Boykin has already been in
prison twice on similar char-
ges, according to White. He is
being held on a $1,000 bond,
but has not attempted to
make the bond, according to.
the Deputy.
White said the department
and the Police department
are both continuing their
investigation into the inci-
dent and more arrests are
expected within just a short
while.


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Getting Close to Heaven In


Project to Replace Steeple
Workmen are shown in the photo above replacing the steeple of the First Baptist
Church on Baltzell Avenue Tuesday of this week. The old steeple of the church was
damaged and partially blown off the church by Hurricane Kate last November.
A crew from Southern Erectors of Pensacola, used a huge crane to hoist the
workman up on the steeple Tuesday to remove the damaged steel panels from the old
one and was to have lifted the new steeple in place yesterday.
The new steeple is of steel construction with a baked on finish for low maintenance.
The old steeple had been in place ever since the church was built more than 20 years
ago. -Star photo



Work Starting Tuesday to


Smooth Railroad Crossing


Band members Sheila Lucas, Brett Kelly and Michelle
Holloman, show off the trophy earned by the Band of Gold
last Saturday for receiving all "Superior" ratings in the


district ill band festival. It was the first time in seven
years the band has received such a high rating.
-Star photo


Band Earns Superior In Contest


The Port St. Joe High
School Band of Gold received
a superior rating this past
Saturday at the District
Concert Band Festival in
Panama City. Superior is the


highest rating a band can
receive.
At the district festival,
each band performs three
selections and is evaluated
by a panel of three judges.


These judges rate the quality
of the performance and give
suggestions for improve-
ment. A superior rating also
means the band is eligible for
the state concert band festi-


val.
This makes the first time in
seven years that the Band of
Gold has earned this honor.
Members of the concert
(Continued on Page 6)


Highway 98 will have traffic routed
down Avenue A 'to Highway 71 for a
three-day period next week, while work is in
progress re-building the railroad crossing
which goes into the St. Joe Paper Company
mill at the Container Division entrance.
The Florida Department of Transporta-
tion and th, Apalachicola Northern Rail-
road are working on the crossing as a joint
project. ANRR Superintendent, Wayne
Parrish said this week, "Our people will be
doing the work, but the DOT will be paying
for the materials which go into the project".
The crossing shoulders will be con-


structed from rubber mats, which have
proven very effective in this area for
smoothing out the rough crossings.
Parrish said Highway 98 will be cut and
re-routed from 8:00 a.m., Tuesday, March
25 through Thursday, March 27. The
highway will be closed for 24-hour periods On
all three days.
Traffic will be detoured up Avenue A to
Highway 71, where the two streets join a
short distance east of the Gulf County
Courthouse.
Parrish said only the Container Division
crossing will be re-built at this time.





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SWe stopped believing a long
i time ago that anything comes free
of charge. If somebody says, "I'm
g going to give you ." just you
A watch out. Whatever is "given" to
you will be charged for somewhere
Else. Anybody who believes other-
Swise, we believe, is just sticking his
Head in the sand and believes fairy
tales are true.
, We're hesitant to say anything
- derogatory about one of our .truest
Friends, but in this instance, we
Believe our long-time friend is
mistaken, so we find it necessary to
say so. We know our disagreeing
.with our friend won't change our
S'friendship one dot or one tittle, but,
"P still, it sort of strains to oppose a
Friend.
S Last Tuesday, our friend El-
; dridge Money made a statement to
Sthe County Commission that he was
Still in favor of and interested in
'i trying to secure "free" telephone
F.'service throughout the county.
j Money wants a person to be able to
Spick up a telephone anywhere in
Sthe county and call someone else in
Sthe county without paying long
i distance charges.
Maybe it was merely a matter
of semantics with Commissioner
. Money when he used the word"
*!"free" in describing this new
i operation he favored. We feel he,


SIt's Goo
Last week the Department of
S Transportation brought the good
W news of what their plans were for a
i new high-rise bridge across the
Gulf County Canal at Highland
SView. After years of working, for
Sthe present bridge's replacement,
S the announcement that work was
Sunder-way was music to the ears of
i those of us here in south Gulf
i County.
S This week, another bit of good
News comes to us from DOT wfliidh
should sooth some grumbling from
K almost every person in town.
The official word is that DOT
Swill be in town the last part of next
week to start replacing the old
: rough railroad crossing on High-
way 98, where the tracks go into the
Z paper mill.
7; According to the schedule
t which has been released, work will
Sbe performed re-building the cros-
Ssing between March 25 and March
S27.
That is some good news.
There are some who will
Grumble, "well' it's about time
: something was done about that
Rough crossing". From this chair,
We'll be saying, "No more bounc-
? ing over the crossing".
i It has been a long entreaty to


rol Free


'Free "

meant to say "toll-free" rather
than "free", when he made his
statement.
The word "free" in this in-
stance would be grossly mis-lead-
ing, which is what made us say
anything at all about Money's
suggestion in these columns.
We don't oppose the county-
wide toll-free service if the people
want it, but let's don't try to sell it
as something which is "free"!
Mr. Money is an honest man.
He is a fine Christian man. We
don't feel he would intentionally
mis-lead anybody about anything.
His use of the word "free" was a
colliquial slip of the tongue. Many
others who are receiving toll-free
phone service think they are
getting it free.
S Wrong! The cost of providing
the toll free service is added to your
telephone bill and you pay for it,
whether you use it or not.
The phone company is not
trying to put something over on us.
They must charge for their servi-
ces, just like anybody else does. It's
no secret and it's not under-
handed. It's merely a fact of life.
So before you fall in behind
Mr, Money's suggestion, let us all
realize such service, while it may
be convenient, certainly won't be.
.'free"!


Comments:


Hunker Down with


THURSDAY, March 20, 1986


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by Kesley Colbert


I Bet the Indian

Is Gone by Now |


Friend of mine this past is, I don't find it so hard to
week was allowing as how I write about some of the
seem to remember so much things that happened around
of what happened around nim me as I was growing up -
so many years ago. Well, I after all, I was there. Then
wasn't sure if he was a'try-.. he asked me what was the
ing to compliment me or was very first memory I have of
just passing the time of day. 'my childhood. Never thought
I thanked him anyway..Fact. about that before.


I was born in a cabin over
by the sawmill. We moved
from there within a year so I
don't remember one thing
from those days. We lived
for a year or two out on the
Gleaspn highway. Don't
remember anything from
there either. We moved into


the house in which my mom
still lives along about 1951.
I've got tons of memories
from that house but the
first one? This is a tough
question! Ive put a lot of
thought into it for the last
couple of days and I think
that I can say with some cer-


d News
get the crossing approved and
finally, to get work started, but
we're grateful it is being done.
The crossing will be the new,
almost bounce-less, rubber instal-
lation which removes virtually all
vibration from railroad crossings.
Now, while it is still fresh on
the minds of DOT, where we are
and how much we need such
amenities, we would be delighted if
they would consider the. same
treath-ent for the 'crbssiTgs on
Highway 71.
If we must wait a while for
them, we're prepared to wait. Just
let us know it's coming and when.
Then we'll leave you alone.


Justice
A lady was fired in Jackson-
ville for sounding the alarm that
she had found metal staples in Girl
Scout cookies. Discovering the
staples saved her and others from
eating the staples, but it cost the
lady her job ... because she hadn't
gone through proper channels to
sound her alarm.
We would be willing to wager
that by the time this week's issue is
printed, the lady has her job back .
and the boss is fired!:


PAGE TWO


Progress. .
WE'VE MESSED AROUND and
. hocked our children's future well into
i the next century. The home is now just
a place where, if you show up, they
. have to take you in, in many cases
SKids can't be kids anymore. Marbles
j; tops, yo-yo's, scooters, red wagons
%: and mumbley peg have all gone the
way of the Saturday night bath.
S It's no wonder kids don't know
f: which way to turn at times. It's n
,j wonder so many young people have to
f: "find out who they are". It's no
.: wonder so many kids don't know the
value of a dollar and the importance
: of saving a few pennies out of every
Dollar until a rainy day comes along
2: They look at the situation now and
S: figure if something worse comes
:i along in the guise of a rainy day, what
little they may have saved won't do
I any good.
: It's a pessimistic generation
which is coming on. They know
Nothing of times harder than they are
now, nor do they care to learn. If they
Sdid want to learn, nobody's willing to
,. teach them.
SO T O ++
S' ON TOP OF ALL these forces o


.No More Popsicles
i trauma which faces our young people mentous decision
o and children of today, an American popsicle, by plac
t staple has gone and added to the list of the package and
r psychological problems which are so If the popsic
present these days. three sticks ... or

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s They are changing the Popsicle! accept the price i
t That might be the straw which frozen treat is g
o breaks the backs of our youth of and the price ra
today, per dozen.
n As a matter of fact, that little The extra n
S move was decided on by the higher care of the extra
e echelon of engineers, managers, .pack a dozen sir
y chairmen of the several boards and than pack a half
o "Mikey", who does all the tasting. popsicles. We
They have decided half the popsicle explanation thai
has to go. Too much of a good thing, frozen stick of
f they opined, while making the mo- been improved.


Running
Sto half the size ol the .1
:ing only one stick to popsicll
raising the price. Coc
le were increased to soft dri
r even four... I c uld make i


Down Your Shirt Front


YONDER IF the makers of
es remember the New Coke?
:a-Cola had the most popular
nk in the world and decided to
t better, too. You remember'


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what happened!
Popsicle had better hold on to
those old two stick wrappers. In all
likelihood the public outcry will make
them revert to the "Classic" popsicle,
and they will need those double
wrappers.
Remember the changing of the
formula of Coke? The soft drink firm
had to start making the old "Classic"
coke once again. People were accus-
tomed to the taste. There are even


increase. Instead, the
oing to be cut in half
ised about nine cents
ine cents is to take
wrappings needed to
igle popsicles, rather
dozen of the familiar
also get the usual
t the quality of the
fruity goodness has


those who swear a Coke out of any
other container than the old ten
ounce bottle doesn't taste like a
"Real" Coke.
Popsicle might run into the same
problem. People may rebel at the
single popsicle, saying it doesn't taste
like the old familiar double bar.
According to what I read, the
double bar was a gimmick of the
depression, when a person could buy a
popsicle for a nickel and half it with
,his friend.
Today, the claim (by popsicle) is
that folks think it is too messy, so
we're going to get a singles' version of
popsicles.
IF POPSICLE WAS something
new on the market, they might not
have much trouble re-making the
frozen treat and marketing it in any
manner they desired. But, after 63
years of identification as a double-
stick treat; after 63 years of licking
the excess off one's fingers when the
dividing process was over; after 63
years of having the pop melt in the
summer time before both could be
eaten, it's going to be a shock to the


sensibilities to have all these prob-
lems changed. After so long a time,
what popsicle now views as problems
may have become the accepted
manner and methods of eating a cool
treat.
I'm old enough to remember when
they stopped putting, out the small
cups of ice cream which had both
orange sherbet and vanilla in the
same pack. I suppose it was an
economy move, but the flavor inside
was reduced to only vanilla. Now,
everybody likes vanilla ice cream, if
they like ice cream at all. When they
started leaving the orange sherbet out.
of the pack, the popularity of the small
cup of ice cream vanished. How long
has it been since you saw one of these
dual-flavoreo ice cream packs?
Sara Lee (her firm makes popsi-
cles now) you had better look into this
situation carefully before you start
messing with such a hot item as your
frozen stick of fruit-flavored ice. I
would hate to go popsicle-less for the
rest of my life simply because some
vice-president thought a change was
in order which us popsicle-suckers
didn't feel was necessary.


Joseph's Bay Tides
High Low
March 20 5:56 p.m. 4:07a.m.
March 21 6:58 p.m. 4:52 a.m.
March 22 7:57 p.m. 5:41a.m.
S March 23 9:03 p.m. 6:16 a.m.
March 24 10:15 p.m. 6:48a.m.
March25 11:36 p.m. 6:40 a.m.
3:36 p.m.
March 26 12:06 a.m. 5:24 a.m.
10:27 a.m. 6:27 p.m.


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tainty that the first thing I
remember in my life is a
Calumet Baking Powder
can.
You know, the red labeled
tin can with the Indian on it.
Now, I remember one par-
ticular Calumet Baking
Powder can. My mother cut
out her biscuits with it.
Mother used to set me up on
that old kitchen cabinet and
I'd watch her make those
biscuits. I've never baked a
biscuit in my life but I watch-
ed her enough that by age
four I believe I was near
about an expert in the art of
real biscuit making. The kit-
chen cabinet had that roll out
tin top (white with a red
border) and the right hand
door at the top held Mom's
old wooden dough tray and
rolling pin. I think the dough
tray was a wedding present.
The left hand side of that kit-
chen cabinet was a flour bin
with a built-in sifter.
Mom would get all her
stuff out, pull out that tin top
to give herself more roomin,
set me up on the rolled out
counter top and "me and
her" went to making
biscuits. She'd sift out about
3 cups of flour into that
dough tray, add about % to
%'s cup of buttermilk when
we had it, water when we
didn't, throw in about a teas-
poon of baking powder as the
Martha White folks hadn't
come out with their self rise
version yet, then she'd drop
in about a fist size glob of
(Continued on Page 3)


Letter to the Ed.

Blowing Horns
A Nuisance
Dear Editor:
I am writing this letter to
you hoping you will print it
and maybe the right people
will see it.
As. you know the whole
black community is sur-
rounded by railroad tracks,
some are closer than others
but still between the tracks.
,w We -along North Gairrison
"Ave live almost on the
tracks so that is why about
one and one half years ago
some of the citizens who live
on Ave. A and North Garri-
son Ave. went to the mayor
(Mr. Frank Pate) and asked
him if he could get something
done about the horn blowing
and bell ringing at 2 o'clock
and 3 o'clock in the night and
he told us there was nothing
he could do to get it stopped
but he must have talked to
someone about it because for
sometime it stopped but soon
after Mr. Bob Ellzey died it
started again and has contin-
ued ever since.
As you know there are
signal lights where the tracks
cross Ave. A just like the
ones on Highway 98 and when
the train crosses 98 they don't
ring the bell or blow those
(Continued on Page 3)





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THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fl.


Doctor In The House
A FEW WEEKS AGO, when this new strain of flu
was at its peak, I was playing Mr. Mom for a few days
and it just so happened that my youngest son contract-
ed a severe case of the bug and was forced to stay home
from school. Between the cleaning, washing and look-
ing after him, I discovered we were in desperate need
of a plumber.
BEING A MAN OF ACTION and with little sense, I
picked up the phone and called our plumber. He
assured me he would be right over. Within the hour he
was knocking on our door.
I explained our problems and asked him if he could
complete the necessary repairs that day. "Well," he
said, looking over the top of his glasses at me, "if the
Lord's a'willin' and the cow don't go dry, I think we can
get it fixed for you." I still don't know what the cow go-
ing dry has to do with repairs to my bathroom plumb-
ing, but I put my faith in him and said for him to go
ahead.
A FEW MINUTES later I noticed he was standing
in front of me with his hands planted firmly on his hips,
staring at me over the top of his glasses. "That boy
down there (Clint was in the den watching T.V. I was
trying to write an article for this paper), he's got a case
of that flu, doesn't he?" It was more a statement than a
question and before I could answer, he continued.
"There ain't no need taking him to the doctor or giving
him any medicine. If you doctor it he'll get over it in
about four weeks; if you let him fight it he'll get well in
about a month. So, what are you going to do?" Another
statement.
"Well, I thought..."
"Ain't but one thing to do," he cut in. "That boy
needs a good dose of sulfur."
"Sulfur?" I asked, unbelieving. "What kind of
sulfur?"
"Pure-T old sulfur that you buy at the drugstore
for about a dollar and a half. That's how much it will
cost you to cure that flu."
"Won't sulfur, pure-T old sulfur, hurt him?" I in-
quired, not really wanting to know any more about it.
"Hurt him?" he stated, acting as if he couldn't,
believe what I had just asked. "Let me tell you about
sulfur. Sulfur is one of the miracle drugs that these doc-
tors and druggists have downplayed because it don't
cost enough and there's plenty of it."
HE WAS ON A ROLL NOW and I knew there was
no need to try and stop him, so I just sat back and
learned a lot about the wonders of sulfur.
"I take sulfur ever fall, and I ain't had a cold in
years. I just mix me a teaspoon with some honey and
eat it right down. Now, if I start feeling a little weak or
tired, I'll take another spoon full in about a month. I1
ain't had a cold in years!"
He was rolling now and there was no stopping him!
"Sulfur," he continued with a missionary's zeal, "will
not only prevent colds but it will also cure sores and in-
fection on the skin. And all it takes is about one teas-
poon a month and you are ip almost perfect health!"
-" I w eaitedtoi ask about cancerand-heart trouble but
I didn't have the chance because he forged into the
animal kingdom. Sulfur, I found, not only is a
"prevent-all" for humans but is very good for the
health of cats and dogs.
IF THE PUBLIC EVER gets wind of this, I
thought, the flea powder and flea collar folks are going
to be in a heap of trouble.
"The way you give it to a dog is mix it with his
food," he said as he looked at me now through the bot-
tom parts of his glasses.
"How about a cat?" I asked, thinking I now had
him on one. "How do you get a cat to eat sulfur?"
"Simple", he said, claiming victory before the
battle was over; "You mix it with bacon grease,
smear the cat with it and the cat will lick it off and
swallow it."
That statement concluded the medical lecture.
Thus ended, he walked to the bathroom, repaired my
leaking faucets, packed his tools and was on his way.
I'VE THOUGHT A LOT about what our plumber
said that day and, for the most part, I believe him. I
have decided, however, if I ever need a doctor or a
veterinarian, I'm going to call one. Taking sulfur
reminds me too much of castor oil and Black Draught.
Our plumber-the doctor!




Kesley (Continued from Page 2)
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pure hog lard and quick as
that we were ready to go to
work. Now, far be it for me
to hurt Loretta Lynn's feel-
ings and I know a lot of folks
believed in that Crisco even
-back then but my Mother
was just partial to hog lard. I
think we used hog lard
because we worked so hard
to get it.
Come hog killing time
Mother would cook down all
the fat off the hog. Then
she'd dip that grease out of
that kettle and strain it
through a cloth into the-lard
bucket. The part that strain-
ed through was pure hog
lard. The hard little pieces
that caught on the cloth were


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cracklins. Next to Mom's
biscuits her cracklin corn
bread was about the best
thing I've ever tasted.
As I. was saying, Mom
worked hard rendering out
the lard so we were going to
use it. Besides it was
cheaper than Crisco. I don't
know if it was polyun-
saturated. Mother would
mix all this up until she got
the right consistency, then
she dumped in out on the
counter top. She'd use the
rolling pin to "roll out the
dough" and then she'd take
the Calumet Baking Powder
can and cut out the biscuits.
Many times she let iie-help
her cut out a few. I believe


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Sby Wendell Campbell


Public hearings are planned for
Gulf and Franklin counties this
month to receive comment from
seafood workers before the Gover-
nor and Cabinet act on a proposed
rule limiting oyster. harvesting in
Apalachicola Bay this spring.
Charles Futch, assistant direc-
tor of the Division of Marine
Resources, Department of Natural
Resources, said the first hearing is
between 3 and 5 p.m. Thursday,
March 20, in the Centennial Building
on Allen Memorial Way. Port St.


The second hearing is from 9:30
a.m. to 4:00 p.m.,Friday, March 21,
in the National Guard Armory, 4th
Street, Apalachicola.
Futch said the proposed rule
limits harvests and restricts oyster-
ing to four days weekly if harvesting
in the Bay opens at all this spring.
The hearings agrebeing held by the
Marine Fisheries:Commission.
The hearing March 20 is on
Indian Lagoonithie second on March


21 on the Bay area.
The eastern portion of Apalachi-
cola Bay, including Cat Point and
East Hole, was severely damaged
this past September by Hurricane
Elena.
If the Governor and Cabinet act,
it will be at the 9 a.m. meeting
Tuesday, April 1, in the Cabinet
meeting room on the lower level of
the Florida Capitol Building, where
it is scheduled to review the
proposed rule.


Toll Free Number to Check On Refunds


Florida taxpayers expect-
ing 1985 federal income tax
refund checks can 'ow call a i
toll-free telephone number
for information about their
checks, according to Merlin
W. Heye, Internal Revenue
Service district director for
"Florida.
..; The Automated Refund In-
formation System is avail-
* able to taxpayers who filed
their returns 10 weeks ago
and the system may be
reached by dialing toll-free
1-800W554-4477. Jacksonville
residents may also call 353-
9579. The service is available
weekdays from 7:00 a.m. to
12:00 midnight for taxpayers
with push button phones.
Taxpayers without push but-
ton phones should call be-
tween8:00a.m. and'4:30p.m.
To obtain their refund
information, taxpayers
should be ready to provide
their social security number,
filing status and the amount
of refund they are expecting.
This year approximately
3.5 million Floridians will be
receiving refund checks, and
Heye urged that they not wait
until the last minute to file
their returns. "The sooner
you file, the earlier you can
expect to receive your re-
fund," Heye added.
The IRS reported that by
the end of February 245,000

Blowing Horns
(Continued from Page 2)
five air horns but ,sonime
of the engineers start ringing
the bell' and blowtig -the
horns soon as.they get to
Garrison Avenue. .
Don't you think that since
there is almost no traffic at
3:00a.m. that making all that
noise along the street where
people are trying to sleep is
uncalled for. There are some
people who work shift work
just like the ones who make
all that noise all times of the
night and day and that
happened as recently as
March 11 and February 22 &
23 all at two or three in the
morning. So, again I say
please print this letter and
here's hoping that someone
out there with some authority
will read this and do some-
thing about the horrible
condition we have to live*
under.
SWe along Ave: A and North
Garrison, the new sub-divi-
sion know that ringing bells,
blowing horns and bumping
box cars s unnecessary all
times of the night when there
is a signal light just like the
one on 98. If someone can't
see all those red lights, that
noise won't help.
Truly yours,
.Ernest Longmire

the first words thlt I ever
spoke were "Mom, why are
there holes in the end of the
can?"
"They let the air out, son."
I know that some good
cooks "choke" their dough
off with their hands and
others take a spoon and drop
their dough onto the baking
pan but the absolute best
cook I ever saw cut her bis-
cuits out with a Calumet
Baking Powder can.
We'd lay our cut out dough
on that old flat iron skillet
and soon we'd have dozen
or so real biscuits. Break-
fast anyone?
I got so caught up in this
story that I dropped by the
store on my way home to see
if they still make Calumet
Baking Powder. I bought a
small can for $1.27. I know
my mother's can was bigger
than this. I called home. "Hi
Mom, how big was that old
Calumet can we used to
make biscuits with, and how
much did a can cost back
then?"
"I don't remember what it
cost son, but just a minute -
I'll get the can."
Respectfully,
Kes


Floridians had already re- ing $615. Through the same
ceived their checks averag-" period last year, there were


235,000 checks issued averag-
ing $526.


Man Arrested On Drug Charges


Charles Gregory Cloud is
being held without bond in
the Gulf County on charges of
reckless driving, possession
of marijuana and possession
of narcotics paraphernalia,
according to a Gulf County
Sheriff's Department spokes-


man.
Cloud was arrested Sunday
on the charges by Deputy
Paul Surrey and placed in the
jail, where he is being held
without bond because of
violation of parole on pre-
vious narcotics charges.


Hometiown Care At Its Best!


Gulf Pines Hospital Proudly Announces


The Arrival of



DR. MIGUEL TREVINO

and His Wife


DR. CARMELA FARULLA



March 26, 1986



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Hearing On Oyster Harvesting


In Indian Lagoon Today at 3


In Concert .



John McKay



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

April 6 11:00 A.M.


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THIF STAR, Port St..Ioe, Fl. TII'RSDAY. March 20, 1986


Final Plans Revealed for

Clenney and Davidson


,Delta Kappa Gamma Met


for District Level Assembly


District I of Mu State, The
Delta Kappa Gamma Sciety


International, met on Satur-
day, March 15, at the Holiday
Inn Mall, Panama City. The
district includes 12 chapters
in Northwest Florida. Nick
Williams, District I director,
presided at the general as-
sembly during which state
officers were introduced and
reports were given by state
committee chairmen.
Special workshops were
conducted for incoming
chapter presidents, treasur-
ers and program chairmen.
Other members attended a


workshop on society business
and one on personal growth -
general interests. "Build To-
day for Tomorrow" was the
topic of the luncheon address
by Georgianna Turner, state
president.
Beta Beta chapter mem-
bers from Port St. Joe who
attended the meeting were
Lila Brouilette, Sara Fite,
Virginia Harrison, Elizabeth
Howell, Charlotte Nedley,
Jacque Price and Helen
Ramsey. '


Coffee Honors the Rev.

Nell Mulligan March 17


The Reverend Nell Mulli-
gan was the honor guest at a
coffee on Monday, March 17,
CHRISTOPHER ANCHORS at the home of Mrs. Jacque
Price. Other guests who
SA Cute One enjoyed refreshments and a
Time of fellowship were the
Christopher George An- Women of the Presbyterian
&hors recently celebrated his Church.
irst birthday. He is the son of Reverend Mulligan was
*eorge and Carla Anchors of presented a briefcase and a
.;est Palm Beach. monetary gift in appreciation
- He is the grandson of 'of her interest in and contri-
larrie Anchors of Port St. Joe butions to the women's or-
ad Ann Cusley of Delaware. ganization.


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Hostesses for the occasion
were Frances Brown, Carol-
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and Jacque Price.


SBradley Alen Blackmen

First Birthday
SBradley Allen Blackmon
celebrated his first birthday
with a clown party on March
9 at his home in Overstreet.
Many friends and relatives
were present to help Bradley
celebrate this special day.
Big sister Stephanie also
joined in the fun.
Bradley is the son of Steve
and Gail Blackmon. He is the
grandson of Woodrow and
Kathleen Blackmon and
Gene and Katie Rogers.

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JAIES AND GERTRUDE GUILFORD


Guilfords Observe Their


60th Wedding Anniversary


Family and friends of
James and Gertrude Guil-
ford joined in celebration of
their 60th wedding anniver-
sary at a reception hosted by
the Guilford children and
grandchildren on March 1.
Yellow and white flowers,
balloons, and streamers cre-
ated a springlike setting at
the St. Joseph Bay Country
Club for all who came to
celebrate from 4 o'clock "til
the cows came home".
Jimmy, eldest of their six
children, offered a toast of
love and devotion. Impromp-
tu dedications 'of love and
gratitude were voiced by
several of the grandsons as
spokespersons for their fif-
teen grandchildren.
After cutting the anniver-
sary cake, James arid Ger-
trude waltzed into their 61st
year. The remainder of the
evening was spent in good
fellowship with the many
who came.
Children attending were'
Jimmy Guilford of Augusta,
GA, Carl and Billie Jean
Guilford of Overstreet, Char-

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les Guilford of Mexico Beach,
Maxine and Tom Davis of
Fairhope, AL, Alice and Bill
Moorhead of Overstreet, and
Bobby and Lisa Guilford of
Key Largo.
Grandchildren attending
were Ginger Guilford of
Pensacola, Shari and Mike
Boyd of Birmingham, AL,
Laura Dean of Keystone
Heights, Carl Guilford, Jr. of
Bakersfield, CA., Yvonne
and Donny Guillot of Over-
street, Alyson Guilford of


Overstreet, Brenda Guilford
of Cape San Blas, Tom Davis,
Jr. and Jamie Davis of
Fairhope, AL, Claudie and
Hank Mullins of Daphng, AL,
Bob Davis of Atlanta, GA,
Bill and Lori Moorhead of
Connecticut, and Anne and
David Dickey of Overstreet.
Great grandchildren at-
tending were Rhett and Jus-
tin Dean of Keystone Heights
Beth Mullins of Daphng, AL,
and Christopher Boyd of
Birmingham, AL.


Fulford and Jackson

To Wed On March 29


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F.
Fulford of Wakulla and Ed-
ward Jackson and Mrs.Myr-
tle Jackson of Wewahitchka
are pleased to announce the
marriage of their children,
Tamara Jean Fulford and
William Dell Jackson.
The bride-elect is a 1985
graduate of Wakulla High
School and is currently em-
ployed as a computer opera-
tor at Chevron, Inc. in


Panama City. Dell Jackson is
a 1982 graduate of Wewa-
hitchka High School and is
currently employed as mana-
ger at American Wholesale
of Panama City.
The ceremony will take
place on Saturday, March 29
at 1:00 p.m. at the Glad
Tidings Assembly of God
Church in Wewahitchka. No
invitations are being sent. All
friends and relatives of the
couple are invited to attend.


The final wedding plans for
Leann Clenney and Pail
Davison, Jr. have been
announced by the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Clenney.
The wedding will be an
event of March 22 at 3:30 at
Long Avenue Baptist Church.
A reception will follow in the
social hall.

Installation of
Eastern Stars
There will be an open
installation of officers of Gulf
Chapter 191 Order of Eastern
Star Friday, March 21 at 7:30
p.m. at the Masonic Hall on
Reid Ave.
All members and friends
are invited to attend.


All friends and relatives of
the couple are invited to
attend.



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Tina Darna and Jeffery Shearer

Couple to Marry
Mrs. Irene Darna of Port Baptist Chapel wit
St. Joe and Henry Darna of tion to follow in
Highland View are proud to hall.
announce the engagement No local invita
and forthcoming marriage of being sent, but all f
their daughter, Tina Marie, relatives of the c
to Jeffery Allen Shearer, son cordially invited t
of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton
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The wedding will be March
29 at 3:00 p.m. at the Beach


Lucille and Staff

WELCOME

Eva (Collier)

Price
as A Member.
Eva has completed her training in all phases of
cosmetology. She specializes in
Acrylic Nails & Latest Styles
In Cuts, Perms and Color.
Eva welcomes all her friends to come by
or call for an appointment.
Her Hours will Be 9 Till on
Monday, Tuesdays and Saturdays.


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Lc Phone 229-8153 23A Reid Ave.


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, March 20,.1986


Pictures

of Kids

Wanted
Want to see your children
featured in The Star? Well
you can! All children,
brought by parents or guar-
dians today, will be photo-
Sgraphed for a feature to be
run soon.
STo be included in the photo
session call as early as
possible today. The numbers
to call are 227-1278 or 229-
6808. The photographer will
be located at the St. Joe
Motel.
All photos taken will be
published at no charge. Only
photos taken at the picture-
taking session today will be
publishedin the feature.


It's Coming!
Only 23 More Days
The First Methodist
SWhite Elephant Sale
Mark your calendar now for
Saturday, the 12th day
of April, 8:00 o'clock
a.m. till at the First
Methodist Church
The greatest'Yard Sale ever. If
you need an item it will be
there. If you don't need it, the
item will still be on display for
you to take home anyway. If it
rains, the sale will continue in
the fellowship hall. The
Methodist Women will have a
Bake Sale as a part of this ac-
tivity. Make your plans now to
attend.
3t3/20


Musical Planned
The sixth grade classes at
Port St. Joe Elementary
School, under the direction of
Mrs. Patsy Johnson, will
present the musical, "How
the West was Really Won",
tonight at 7:00 p.m., in the
school auditorium.
The public is invited and
parents of these boys and
girls have a special invita-
tion.


fjI D y-R lly Ws jSchool presented a musical titled, "How the West was
H ow It Reall W as Really Won" Monday. March 17. The performance was
under the direction of Mrs. Patsy Johnson, music teacher.
Mrs. Cathy Colbert's fifth grade class and Herman She was assisted by Rev. Harry Johnson, Mrs. Sandra
Jones' sixth grade class at Highland View Elementary Brock and Mrs. Becky Weoton.



Faith Christian Science Fair Winners


Grades seven and eight
held a science fair at Faith
Christian School under the
direction of Mrs. Pallas
Gandy and Miss Mazie Stone.
Overall winner and first
place in grade eight was
awarded to Jeff Richards
who constructed a -' Solar
Still' which made fresh
water from salt water, using


Hometown Care At Its Best!



S. H. Ebeid, M.D.

PEDIATRICIAN
Expanded Office Hours


OFFICE HOURS:
Wednesday (9:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.)
Saturday (9:00 A.M. 1:00 P.M.)
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
Southeast Wing Gulf Pines Hospital
102 20th Street
Telephone: 227-1121




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Basic
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An Affiliate of Health Care Management Corp.


solar energy. Mark Presnell
was second place winner in
the eighth grade with a solar
powered home model. Brian
Nash won third place with his
demonstration exhibit of so-
lar and electrical energy.
Honorable mention went to
Chris Varnum for his model
of the planet Saturn.
First place in grade seven
was presented to Michelle
Willis for her exhibit of an
electrical distribution net-
work. Kevin Peiffer won
second place with an erupt-
ing volcano. Buck Fernandez
was awarded third place for

Presbyterian
Women Meet
Mrs. John Stuart and Mrs.
Norman Sulzer were hostes-
ses at a luncheon for the
Presbyterian Women of the
Church at Mrs. Stuart's
home, Monday, March 3 at
12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Jacque Price presid-
ed at the business meeting
following the luncheon.'
Mrs. Sidney Brown gave
the devotional, using the
portion of the Apostles' Creed
relating to'Jesus' suffering at
Pontius Pilate's bidding as
her theme.
Mrs. John Robert" Smith
will be hostess for the April
meeting. Mrs. Norman'Sul-
zer will give the devotional.

Gulf County
School Lunch


MENU
Below are the menus for
Gulf County schools for the
week of March 24-28, 1986.
Mon. March 24
Corn dog, applesauce,
French fries, cookies and
milk.
Tues., March 25
Spaghetti with meat sauce
and cheese, tossed salad,
buttered corn, buttered rolls
and milk.
Wed. March 26
Battered dipped fish, cole
slaw, baked beans, sliced
bread and milk.
T'hur., March 27
Chicken, sliced peaches,.
green beans, rice with gravy,.
rolls and milk.
Fri., March 28
Early dismissal, no lunch
served.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.

"Laughter is sunshine in a
house." Wm. M. Thackeray


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Discontinued Patterns In Backroom
Wallpaper......... 3.00
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Vinyl Remnants .. FROM ea.p
Asserted
BLINDS .............. At Cost
All In Stock
Bedspreads & Curtains 20 OFF



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his display model which ii and information on rocket
Converted wind energy intol- and jet engines.
electricity. Honorable men- Judges for the science fair
tion was given to Vince were Lawrence Woodman of
Everett for his display model n the St. Joseph Lndandd
ai-- -- Development Company, Roy
W edding Lee Carter of the Coopera-
'tive Extension Service, and
Plans Set Mike McDonald of the Flor-
ida Power Corporation.
The daughters of Diane
Whitfield announce the ap- Musical Set by
preaching marriage of their .S vy
mother to Duane Frye. Fourth Grade
Diane is the daughter of
Louise and Q.P. Wise of The fourth grade class of
White City. She is employed.,; Faith Christian School pre-
by Bay St. Joseph Care sented "Jonah", a musical
Center. play on the life and activities
Duane is the son of Byron of the famous prophet by that
and Norma Frye of Pains- ,name. The drama was given
ville, Ohio. He is employed twice for the student body
by Point Marine of Morgan and once in the evening for
City, La. r parents and friends.
The wedding will be March ;, The play was under the
28, 1986. Family and friends direction of Mrs. Michelle
are invited to a reception in Teat, music teacher at Faith
their home, Townhouse Brit- Christian. Mr. Elmore God-
tle No. 16, 37th St., Mexico frey, who narrated the story,
Beach at 5:00 p.m. EST. played the part of an old sea
captain and the members of
department 1 the cast were all the students
Department in grade four.
Plans Musical
The choral and drama
departments have been busy
preparing a broadway style
musical called "Steamboat-
in' ". The show is remini-
scent of life on the Mississip-
pi River in the late 1800's.
Over 30 students will be
participating in this produc-
tion which will be presented
Friday, May 2 at 8:00 p.m. in
the Port St. Joe High Schooli
Commons Area.
The chorus is also prepar-
ing music for a spring
concert. The time and place
will be announced at a later
date:


Lucille's Beauty & Fashion
WILL BE OPEN
Monday thru Saturdays
beginning March 24th
Come by and Browse In Both
New and Consignment Fashions
GET THAT SUMMER HAIR STYLE!!
234 Reid Ave. Phone 229-8153


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- UANYT
ISTLSAVAILA RLEw


Eye Openers
by Dr. Wesley Grace
ASTIGMATISM
The actual cause of astig-
matism-a distortion of vi-
sion which makes it difficult
to focus clearly on an ob-
ject-is complicated, but
there are several factors
which make seeing even
more distorted for the
astigmatic patient. Thy in-
clude:
*.Poor posture (slouching,
holding the head in one's
hand, etc.)
* Using too many head, neck
and body movements when
looking at objects.
* Stress caused by intense,
prolonged periods of close
vision tasks.
Astigmatism can be cor-
rected by properly prescrib-
ed lenses. A structured pro-
gram of correcting postural
defects and wearing 'stress
relieving glasses" for
reading may sometimes
clear up small amounts of
astigmatism entirely,
especially in children. It is
preferable to correct
astigmatism at the earliest
possible age.
Dr. Wesley Grace
Phone 227-1410
322 Long Avenue


CLEAN-UP Federal Credit Union
REMINDER Phone 227-1156 Port St. Joe
St. Joe Beach, Beacon
HU. J Gulf Airean Phone 639-5024 Wewahitchka
continues through March.
For Trash Pickup .
Call 227-1401 :i i fdl


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, March 20, 1986


!bShark Beat


Continued from Page 1


Gives Back Check


BY
SHARON
MILLER


Way to go, Band of Gold!
Everyone at Port St. Joe
High School congratulated
the Band of Gold for earning
a superior rating at the
Concert Band Festival last
Saturday. The band will be
working extra hard for the
next month so they will be
.able to receive a superior
:rating at the state competi-
tion the first week in May.
.Good luck.



SSocial

SThe records kept by Social
-Security contain the work
'history of every person who
.as ever worked in employ-
m.ent or self-employment
coveredd by Social Security.
These records go back to
1937, when Social Security
coverage began. The earliest
records were kept on ledger
iards, but as the program
rew, they became inadequ-
ate because of the sheer
volume of reports. Currently,
4he records are kept on
4tnagnetic disks so they can
;e processed by computer.
? These records are ex-
tremely important to those
whose work is covered by
Social Security. At the time

CARD of THANKS
SThe family of Emma Je-
well Pittman wishes to ex-
press their sincere apprecia-
tion to the people of Port St.
S Joe for their many kind
words of comfort during the
loss of our wife, mother and
: i sister.
i We appreciate all the food,
* flowers, love and prayers
that were shown during our
difficult time.
Ralph Pittman
Robert & Bertha Clay-
ton
Emmitt and Nell Clay-
ton
Neil & Betty Varnes
Johnny & Myrtle Wil-
S Liams




CORRECTION

S In the advertising for
S Rich's IGA this week,
IGA Bread should be
2 loaves $1.39


The "Sharks" beat Sneads,
7 3, last Monday night. They
lost to Marianna, 2-9,. last
Tuesday and to Rutherford,
7-9, last Friday night. These
guys need your support, now.
The Gulf Coast Conference
Tournament will be held here
this Friday, March 21. The
"Sharks" will play Wakulla
at 11:00 a.m. and Florida
High at 4:00 p.m. Good luck,
fellas.
The "Shark" baseball
team will host the "Shark"
alumni team to a game this
Saturday afternoon, March
22, beginning at 1:00 p.m.
Come watch the battle be-
tween the "Sharks".
The girls' softball team has
begun their season. The


"Lady Sharks" will play
Florida High in Tallahassee
this Friday, March 21, begin-
ning at 5:00 EST. There will
be a double header game in
Wewa next Tuesday, March
25 at 3:00 EST. Help these
girls start their season, off
right.
The SSAT II test was
administered to all 10th
graders this week. This test
determines whether a stu-
dent will graduate from high
school or not.
Hopefully, everyone did
well.
Cheerleading practices are
still in process. There are a
lot of girls practicing hard,
trying to learn the cheers,
chants, and routines that


spector Scott Stanley to
inspect the concrete block of
the Avenue A baseball field
fence to see what part could
be re-claimed and used. If at
least 40 percent are useable,

*


the fence must be replaced
with the old block to qualify
for government disaster as-
sistance. The Commission
wants to replace the fence
with some other material.


Band Superior


SHARON MILLER
they will be expected to
perform at the tryouts,
March 28. I wish these girlS
the best of luck.
May God hold you in his
arms and love you forever
and ever.


band are: Michelle Hollo-
man, Dawn Holloman, Missy
Rice, Marcella Parker, Au-
relia Zimmerman, Mary
Ruth Woods, April Fadio,
Sheila Lucas, Natalie Free-
man, Sheila Harvey, Christy
Maige, Angie Taylor, Laurel
Raffield, Stephanie Porter,
Melissa Watson, Carl White,


Security Records Work History


of retirement, disability, or
death, these records will be
used to decide eligibility and
the amount of benefits.
If all of a person's earnings
'are correctly reported, there
will be no problem. But, if
some earnings were incor-
rectly reported, because of
an error in the Social Secur-
ity number or worker's name
or if they were never report-
ed, the person may receive a
smaller benefit than he or
she should. Or, in extreme
cases, the person may be
.found to be ineligible for
benefits.
Each year, the earnings of
about 2 million workers are
reported without Social Se-
curity numbers. These earn-
ings cannot be credited to the
workers' records. Also, if a
person marries or changes
the spelling of his or her
name without notifying So-
cial Security, earnings re-
ported with that name may


Burke Receives
Scholarship
Alicia Francine Burke of
Port St. Joe, has been named
recipient of a George C.
Wallace leadership scholar-
ship to Troy State Uniyersity.
The announcement was
made recently by University
Chancellor Dr: Ralph W.
Adams.
Ms. Burke, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Burke, is a
senior at Port St. Joe High
School, where'she is presi-
dent of the student govern-
ment association.
Each year the George C.
Wallace scholarship is
awarded to outstanding high
school and junior college
students who have excelled
in academic and-or leader-
ship accomplishments.


..'


AND BRUIN KEEPS
CHANGING
WITH THE TIMES.


ABruin

See the complete line of Bruin Products
at your qualified dealer for this area:


QUALITY

FISHING PRODUCTS


CATHEY'S


ACE HARDWARE & TACKLE
Mexico Beach Phone 648-5242


not be credited to the per-
son's record.
There are steps a person
can take to ensure that his or
her earnings are correctly
reported. First, the person
should make sure that his or
her employer copies his or
her. Social Security number
and name just as they are
shown on the Social Security
card. Do not rely on memory
when giving the number.
, A person should also report
any changes in his or her
name to any Social Security
office.
,'Another precaution a per-
son can take is to check his or
her Social Security record
every three years or so. This
is especially important if the


* ,4,*lt^ llA'fI


person holds more than one
job or changes jobs often,. '
A free form can be obtain-
ed at any Social Security
office just for this purpose,
All a person has to do is fill it
out and mail it. In return, he
or she will receive a state-
ment of the earnings shown
on his or her Social Security
record.


This information should be
checked against the person's
own records, such as Forms
W-2 or tax returns. If there is
any discrepancy, the person
should take all available
information about the earn-
ings to any Social Security
office. The people there will
help get the matter straight-
ened out.


CLASSIFIED ADS
Get Results! Try One!

1 i.. '


Phillip Nedley, Andre Free-
man, Kim Clayton, Matt
Durham, Mitch McChristian,
Josh Holloman, Steven
Combs, David Brown, Eddie
Ramsey, Bryan Wagner,
Brett Kelly, Don Campbell,
Dell Rudd, Danny Moree,
Blaine Adams, Ken Monette,
Stephen Coffey, Ty Young,
Chris Wahl, Chris Kenning-
ton, Aaron Wilson and Mi-
chelle Hicks. The band is
under the direction of Lamar
Weathermen.


-Heard advice from at-
torney William J. Rish in how
to properly advertise to
purchase several feet of 42
inch steel pipe to replace a
deteriorated piece of the
main pipe,feeding the Waste-
water Treatment Plant. The


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pipe is vital to operation of
the plant and must be
replaced when St. Joe Paper
Company goes down for
repairs. The pipe is a special
order style and must be on
hand when work begins for
replacement.


HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD
319 Sixth St, Hlghland View
"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAY SCHOOL..... 10:00A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ... 6:00P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M.
PASTOR C. W. WHITAKER


ENTER FREE NO ENTRY FEE,

Hemisphere Pageant.

Franklin-Gulf County

Saturday, April 5, 1986

Apalachicola High School

BEAUTY CONTEST: Baby boy and girl 0 to 2 years old, boys 3 to 10
years old, girls 3 to 26 years old
MODEL CONTEST:.3 Divis'ons 3 to 30 years old
TALENT CONTEST: 3 Divisions male and female 3 to 30 years
Six new cars and college scholarships at National Finals
Call Pam Nobles (904) 6538078 (Apalachicola) or 670-2420
-or Adelyn Foreman (305) 857-0657


NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF
TYNDALL FEDERAL CREDIT UNION




O3th ANNUAL MEETING


Wednesday, March 26, 1986

NCO Club, Tyndall A Force Base,Florida

Door Prize Drawings 6 p.m.

Voting 6 p.m.-7 p.m. (Before the Meeting Begins!)

Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance, Call to Order and Welcome 7 p.m.

Drawing for Grard Prize Trip for 2 to Cayman Islands


MEET THE 198 NOMINEES
The Nominating Committee reviewed volunteer application forms
submitted by Credit Union members seeking nomination to the
Board of Directors and Credit Committee.
After careful review of each application, the Committee selected
four nominees for the three vacancies on the Board of Directors and

Board of Directors-3 Vacancies
(All vacancies arefor a three year tewr.)

INCUMBENTS
Margaret J. Bentz- desire to continue to serve as a member of
,the Tyndall Federal C edit Union Board of Directors.
I have served as a n ember of the Tyndall Federal Credit Union
Board of Directors fo4 the past five years. I am currently Chairman
of the Personnel Co nittee, a member of the Data Processing,
Budget and Building committees and have been a working
member of the Delin uent Loans and Planning Committees.
I am currently emp oyed as a Budget/Accounting Analyst and
Financial Manager forth Headquarters Air Force Engineering
and Services Center and direct policy and procedures to our
Financial Managers worldwide.
My education is in accounting, budget and industrial engineering and I have been
employed by the Air Force for 29 years.
Donal L. Hall-I wish to continue to serve as a member of the
Tyndall Federal Credit Union Board of Directors. I am currently
Vice Chairman and believe I am well qualified to continue to
contribute to the further growth and professional service of our
*Credit Union. Il
I previously served on theCredit Committee and as Chairman of
the Board of Directors, SeymourJohnson Federal Credit Union
and was instrumental in obtaining land, planning and construc-
tion of their Main Office.
I have also served as a meiiber of the Board of Directors of the
Pentagon Federal Credit Union and as a member of the Facilities
Requirement, Employees Budget and Nominating Committees.
Prior to my retirement from the Air Force in June 1904,1 served as Senior Enlisted Advisor
for the USAF Air Defense Weapons Center; and am now employed with Bell Aerospace
Textron at NCSC. j
I have completed two years college toward a Busines4 Degree, attended USAF Senior NCO,
NCO, First Sergeants Academies and the SAC NCO Leadership School.
CarlD. Peterson-I wish to continue to serve as a member of the
Tyndall Federal Credit Union Board of Directors. I am currently
the Chief Financial Officer. Chairman of the Investment, Execu-
tive. and Strategic Planning Committees; and, serve on the Budget
Committee as well.
As chairman of the above L-ommittees. I have been intimately
involved in our successful investment programs which involve
over S37 million with no ca ital investment losses in the past six
years: have participated in the Executive Committee's compre-
hensive marketing program to improve the yields on some 539
million of members savings invested in our certificate of deposits
and Money Market accounts; and. coordinated the development
of the Credit Union's first comprehensive long range plan;which establishes goals and objectives
to improve member services, loan programs. and investment programs over the next five years.
During the past three years, I have been a Consultant to Westinghouse Defense and Elec-
tronics System Center where I help develop marketingstrategies forsale of company products
in the United States. Europe. and the Middle East. In addition, because I have been able to
arrange my business schedules to meet Credit Union requirements. I have not missed a Board
of Directors meeting in the past three years.
I retired from the USAF in 1979 after 37 years of military service. My last two assignments
were Deputy Commander for Air Allied Forces Northern Europe and Commander, Air
Defense Weapon Center.


one nominee for the one vacancy on the Credit Committee.
Nominees for both the Board of Directors and Credit Committee are
pictorially listed below, along with a synopsis of each candidate's
qualifications for office,
Respectfully submitted, Joseph T. Manning, Chairman, Clifton D.
Daniel and RichardJ. Wheeler.

Board of Directors


ADDITIONAL NOMINEE
David N. Leavitt-I would like to contribute my time, energy.
and experience to my fellow members of the Tyndall Federal
Credit Union by serving as a member of your Board of Directors.
As I am retired, I can devote my full time and attention to Board
duties with few outside professional interests. I will be available
for all regularly scheduled meetings of the Board and Board com-
mittees. As a Director, I would work diligently to insure that the'
best interests of the membership are served by the Board and the
Professional staff of the Credit Union.
I am a retired Colonel who served in the United States Air Force
as a Group Commander and as a senior staff officer. I also served in many positions which
involved the direct management of personnel and the budgeting and funding for operations
and maintenance. I have developed and administered annual fiscal budgets of over 2 million
dollars; and have commanded and managed an organization of 200peoplespread throughout
the southern States. I directed a staff of 25 in diversified duties involving 7 major areas and
expenditure of funds in excess of 10 million dollars.
I have a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Texas A & M, and advanced
credits from the University of Southern California. My professional military education
includes completion of the Industrial College ofthe Armed Forces. Served as Treasurer of the
Panama City Air Force Association, and I am a member and the weekly bulletin editor of the
Panama City Rotary Club.


Credit Committee- 1 Vacancy
(Vacancy is for a two year term.)

INCUMBENT
'Jane M. Stephens-I am presently serving as the Chairman of the
Credit Committee. I have served on the Committee in various
capacities for the past nine years. I am well qualified and desire to
continue serving the membership whose interests I have at heart.
In addition to two years of business college. I completed
numerous management personnel, financial and other Credit
Union oriented courses. I am a civil servant with over thirty-four
years of experience in the field of administration. I hold the
position of Records Manager for the base.




TYNDALL FEDERAL
^ CREDIT UNION


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, March 20, 1986.


PAGE SEVEN


"Run for Sight" Route


Through St. Jo4

The third annual 10,000 meter "Run for ed to take
Sight" has been scheduled for Saturday, forms ma
:April 5, according to Rex Buzzett, president Store, the
.of the Port St. Joe Lions Club, sponsors of Pizza, St.
the run. Lane at M
The run route will start on Allen
Memorial Way near the Constitution Suppol
-monument at 9:30 a.m. A one mile "Fun include: P
Run" will begin at 9:00 a.m., at the same Furniture,
starting point. Container,
The run will meander through Port St. Drug Stor4
Joe streets, keeping to paved thoroughfares Paper Cor
and avoiding main highways. Telephone
Approximately 300 runners are expect- hitchka St




Harmon's Softball

Harmon's Heavy Equip- Harmon's defeated t
ment and Realty Softball Communications Workers
team of Mexico Beach placed America in their first gar
third this past weekend in the with a 22 1 victory. T
iCoca-Cola DeBeer Alvin's second game with Cla
.Spring Classic Softball Enterprises of Fort Walt
Tournament in Panama City. Beach was close with Ha


Easter Bunny Gym Meet


e Streets.
part in this year's event. Entry
y be obtained at Buzzett's Drug
Sing Store, Popeye's, Perry's
Joe Beach Jr. Store and Express
[exico Beach.


rters of the event this year
'opeye's, I-C Construction, Roche
Sanders Restaurants, St. Joe -
Costin's Insurance, Buzzeft's -
e, Florida National Bank, St. Joe inu,
npany, AN Railroad, St. Joseph
, Citizens Federal and Wewa-
ate Bank.


he
of
ne
he
ry
on
ir-


DOROTHY'S CERAMICS
West Fourth Street Wewahitchka,
SUPER SPRING CLEARANCE
ALL ITEMS HALF PRICE
from Greenware to Finished Items,
Brushes to Paints
Thursday, Friday and Saturday Only
10 a.m. 5 p.m. (CST)
(CHECKS WELCOMED)
Call 1-229-8941 for directions



"THE CHURCH AFLAME IN PORT ST. JOE"


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
102 Third Street
SEvangelistic Worship Services
SRegular Bible Study
Ministering to the Total Family
Fully Graded Choirs
L Christ Centered Youth Program
S An Exciting Place to Attend
Where Everyone Is Welcome
S Regular Services Sunday & Wednesday
HOWARD BROWNING
Pastor


Catchhe STe rit
-THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH


Constitution and
Monument
Port St. Joe


FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH

SUNDAY SCHOOL ............. ....... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP.................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENI.NG WORSHIP.................... 7:00 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ........ 6:00 P.M.
CHILDREN'S CHOIR(Wednesday) ........ 7:00 P.M.
CHANCEL CHOIR REHEARSAL(Wed.) ..... ,7:30 P.M.
MINISTERS: Alvin N. Harbour, Jr.
Harry C. Johnson




I'f wSt. Joseph Bay
C nInulrfy Realty, Inc.

i- rl Mexico Beach 648-5716
GULF FRONT LOTS
120' onBeaconHill............... ...... ....... $240,000
Mexico Beach, between 24th & 25th St., 50x300' .................... $140,000
MexicoBeach, between8th&9th St.,60x80'...................... 000
Mexico Beach, between 8th & 9th St., 66x80'.......................
St. Joe Beach, 106'Gulf Front.................................... $110,000
St. JOe Beach 75'Gulf Front .................................... $90,000
St. JosephShores, Hwy. 98, 7.5x258' ............................ $87,500
Mexico Beach- Between 8th &9th St., 120x80' ..................... $180,000
LOTS FOR SALE: MEXICO BEACH Zoned for Houses Only
New Mexico Drive Lot 8 Blk A Unit 14 ........................... 6500
Texas Drive- Lot 6, Blk F, Unit 4 .................................. 7,500
7th St.- Lot 9, Block D, Unit 14- 100x108............................. 6,000
ColoradoSt. Lot 10 Blk B, Unit 14, 100x58 ........................ 750
Colorado St. Lots 12,14,16,18, 20, 22, Blk B, Unit 14, 100x158' $6,500ea.
Texas St., Lot 7 Blk B, unit14 -100 x 100 : ........................... $5,000
Arizona Ave., Lots 6,8, 9,12,14, Blk D, Unit 14 .................. $5,000 ea.
Azalea Lot 16, Blk 4, Unit 11 ....................................... $6,500
N. Lake Estates, Lots 87.5 x 108.5, Lots 1-7 Blk. B. Owner final. $8,500 ea.
New Mexico- Lot 6 Blk A, Unit 14-100 x 18'...................... $10,000
Highway 98 & 4th St. Great Gulf view ............................ $57,000
Grand sle Subdivision, William Way- Lot 3, Block D, Unit 15........ $7,500
La Sinsta Subdivision 30 lots $115,000 corner 386 & 386A
LOTS: MEXICO BEACH Zoned for Commercial
13thSt.-90x180 ................... ........................... $90,000
12thSt.-90x180 ..................... ... 3,000
35th St. & Hw. 98-100 x7' ...................................... $82,500
BetweentShShack & Hwy. -100 x 135 ... ....................... $175,000
GULF AIRE LOTS: Resales
L 12, Blk.B ... ... .......... ..................... $34,000
Lo; ,Bl D ...................................:.................. $35,000
L 3,B kE ................................................. $30,000
Lo 16&47 BlkC .... ....... .. .. $18,000ea.
Lo- 2, BlkG ............ ................. ... .. $35,000
Lo- 21 & 22,'Blk C .................. .................. $20,000 ea.
,BlockA ................................................. $75,000
Lo-8, Blk A $56,000
Lots 16,17,18,19,21,22,25,26, 27, 32, 33,34 & 35, Bik C......... $15,500cash
Lots 17,19, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 29, 30, BIR D ....................... $15,500 cash
Lots 9,11,14BlN E ................ $15,500 cash
Lots 67,8, BkF ..... ................. ............ $15,500cash
Lots8,19,BlkG ............................................. $15,500 cash
MOBILE HOMES: Beacon HUI
Third Ave. (Between 5th & 6thSt.) 2bd., 1 ba., ex. nice, 14x60 ...... $35,000
ST. JOE BEACH MOBILE HOMES
Bay Street 2 bd., 2 ba., Florida room length of trailer, 2 porches ... $45,000
GulfSt.,-3 lotswith 3 bd., 1 bath, chain fencing, ............. $52,000
24x36 workshop, chicken yard and fruit trees.
AmericusSt. Hosswood Estates 1 24x44 at $34,500, 1 14x54 at $30,500
1 14x50 at $2,500, 1 14x60 at $31,500. All underskirted with
porches, cen. h&afurnished.
MEICO BEACH: MOBILE HOMES
Near Rustic Sands, 1.88 acres & 3 bd., 1% ha. only $20,000, with good owner
financing.
LOTS FOR SALE: St. Joe Beach (O.K. for Mobile Homes)
Magellan St., Lots 11,12 & 13, Blk 14, Unit 1, $40,000 for all 3 or $15,000 ea.
Atlantic St. Lot 16 Blk 7 Yon's Addition to Beacon Hill,.......... $20,000
Poncede Leon& Alabama-Lots 13&14, Blk 42, ................ $12,000ea.
Hwy. 98- Lot 3, Blk 16, Unit 2 (well & septic tank) .................. $49,500
PinedaSt.- Lots 14,15,16,17,18, Blk 14......................... $15,000 ea.
BEACON HILL LOTS (O.K. for Mobile Homes)
4thAvenue-Lot16,Bk23................................ ...... $8,500
3rd Avenue Lots 12,14,16, Blk6 ................................. $27,000
4th Avenue Lots 2 4,6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, Blk 19 $5,000 each.
5thAvenue-Lot17,Bl 29.......................................... $5,500
2nd Avenue Lot ,Blk 14- irregular shape ......................... $5,500
3rd Avenue-Lots 13 & 15, Blk23............................... $5,000ea.
4th Avenue -Lot14, Blk23 ...................................... $5,00ea.
MEXICO BEACH LOTS Zoned for Mobile Homes
Louisiana St. -Lot4, Blk 9,Unit 12,has septictank.................16,000
Louisiana St. Lot 5, Blk 9, Unit12,................................14,000
Alabama & Florida-Lot 100 x300 ................................ 20,000
8thSt.-Lot 9,Blk11, Unit1l2....................................... 18,000
Georgia & Carolina Lot 7, Blk 4, Unit 12, has septic
tank& power pole .............. ....... .. .................. 18,000
Sea St. Lots 13& 14, Blk 2, Unit 9 .............. ..... ....... $19,500ea.
Tennessee Street- lot ........................................... $14,000
a. siman


Team Places

mon's on top with a 15 14
victory. Harmon's loft their I
third game with North Amer-
ican Van Lines of Tallahas-
see, 10 7. The fourth game
against Nichols Tile of
Whites Creek, TN was an-
other victory for Harmon's at
11 2. Win number five came
against Gino's Bar-B-Que of
Smithsyille, TN, 28 1. The
last game for Harmon's was
against North American Van
Lines of Tallahassee beating
Harmon's 19 6 putting.
Harmon's in third place.
Leading hitters in the
tournament were Dennis Kiz-
ziah with a .826 batting
average having two home
runs and Robbie Sanborn
with a .810 batting average
having three homeruns.
There were ten teams from
the Southeast states that
participated in the tourna-
ment held at Oakland Ter-
race Park in Panama City.
A third place trophy was
presented to the team.


- Public Notices -


NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commission of
Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company, or cor-
poration interested in selling the Coun-
ty the following described personal
property:
Variable Flow Control Sys-
tem/con.ects to automatic transmis-
sion of a 1985 Ford F-150 Mosquito Con-
trol Spray Truck.
Delivery date must be specified. Li-
quidated damages for failure to
deliver unit on specified date Will be'
set at $25.00 per day.
Bids will be received until 7:00
o'clock, P.M., E.S.T., March 25, 1986,
at the office of the Clerk of Circuit
Court, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe,
FL 32456. The Board reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION-
ERS, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ Billy Branch, Chairman
It 3/20

NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commission of
Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any person, company, or cor-
poration interested in selling the Coun-
ty the following described personal
property:
One Metal Stove Hood System
and/or One Stove Hood Extinguishing
System completely installed in the kit-
chen of the Gulf County Sheriff's
Department.
Delivery date must be specified. Li-
quidated damages for failure to
deliver unit on specified date will be
set at $25.00 per day.
Bids will be received until 7:00
o'clock, P.M., E.S.T., March 25, 1986,
at the office of the Clerk of Circuit
Court, 1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe,
FL 32459k The Board reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION-
ERS, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ Billy Branch, Chairman
It 3/20
PUBLIC NOTICE
Effective 8:00 a.m., March 25, 1986,
the railroad crossing going into St. Joe
Paper Company on Highway 98 at Port
St. Joe will be closed 24 hours a day
through March 27, 1986.
Traffic will be routed down Avenue
"A" to Highway 71.
The purpose for closing is for the in-
stallation of a new rubber crossing.
It 3/20
BID NUMBER 300
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids for the following:
PROJECT NUMBER FHC-300-GRS
STREET PAVING WORK -
FOREST HILL CEMETERY
AND RESURFACING
SSIXTEENTH STREET,
BETWEEN WOODWARD &
MARVIN AVENUES
Specifications may be obtained from
the City Clerk's Office, P. O. Box 278,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 or the
Municipal Building, 305 Fifth Street.
Bid opening will be held April 15,
1986, at 8:00 p.m., E.S.T.. in the


Municipal Building at the regular
meeting of the City Commission.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor/Clerk 2t3/20

NOTICE
Absentee Ballots for the Regular
Election to be held May 13,1986, may
be requested In person, by mail, or by
telephone at the City Clerk's Office,
Port St. Joe, Florida, if you come
within the purview of the definition of
an "absent elector." Absentee Ballots
will bernalled, 'delivered; or may .b
voted in person as soon as Ballots are
printed, immediately following Can-
didate Qualification Deadline which is
April 23, 1986. If there is a Run-off
Election, Absentee Ballots may be.re-
quested beginning May 14, 1986. Com-
pleted Absentee Ballots must be re-
ceived in the City Clerk's Office by
7:00 P.M., E.D.T., May 13,1986, for the
Regular Election and by 7:00 P.M.,
E.D.T., May 27,1986, if there is a Run-
off Electionri.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: /s/L. A. Farris,
City Auditor-Clerk


NOTICE
Persons wishing to file as candidates
in the City of Port St. Joe election to bq
held May 13, 1986, for the following of-
fices, must do so on or before April 23,
1986:
COMMISSIONER, GROUP mI
COMMISSIONER, GROUP IV
Forms for filing are available in the
City Clerk's Office, Municipal
Building, Port St. Joe, Florida.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
By: /a/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor-Clerk 5t3/20
NOTICE'
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of City Commission of the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida is considering
a request for a variance of ten (10) feet
to construct a residence within fifteen
(15) feet of the northernly property
line of Block 126, Lot 1.
Final consideration of said request
will be given at the regular meeting of
the Board of City Commissioners of
the City of Port St. Joe, on April 1,1986
at 8:00 P.M., E.S.T., in the meeting
room of the Municipal Building. All i1-
terested parties are invited to attend
and be heard.
/s/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor-Clerk 2t3/20
BID NUMBER 308
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids-for one (1) New Rubber
Tired Backhoe Loader. All bids must
be F.O.B., Port St. Joe, Florida and
approximate delivery date shown.
Specifications may be obtained from
the City Clerk's Office, P. O.Box 278,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. Bid open-
ing will be held May 6, at 8:00 P.M.,
E.D.T., in the Municipal Building at
the Regular Meeting of the City Com-
mission.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor-Clerk 2t3/20


We Want You
To Be A Part of
The Friendly Place


9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
5:45 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.


Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE

DANIEL W. DUNCAN MICHAEL HANDY
Pastor Minister of Music
& Youth


St. Joe Gymnastics is
hosting the first Annual
Easter Bunny Invitational
Saturday, March 22. The
Easter Bunny meet is for
boys and girls ages 4 to 7 who
are too young to compete in
USGF competition. It is
intended to teach little ones
how to present themselves in
real competition with un-
pressured and fun conditions.
Special guest will be Peter.
Cottontail!
Dance Workshop and Gym-
nastics of Fort Walton will b.
participating in the competi-
tion beginning at 11:00 a.m.


ab. ~b~~PSinn ia


George Atlns' Maverick struck this concrete post at
Fifth and Long, after the car. was hit by a second vehicle
driven byPhillipNaples. -Star photo


Accident at Intersection

I Two cars were heavily damaged in a collision at the in-
tersection of Fifth Street and Long Avenue Sunday morning,
according to records at the Port St. Joe Police Department.
Phillip Naples of Beacon Hill was travelling north on
:Long Avenue, when he ran the stop sign at Fifth Street and
crossed into the intersection.
Naples' car struck a second auto being driven west on
.Filth Street- by George Atkins, a resident; of Woodward
Avdnue.
Neither driver was hurt in the crash but Naples was
driven to Gulf Pines Hospital where he was examined and
released.


Phone Number for

Social Security Office


st Social Security busi-
can be handled over the
e.


Anyone may call the social
security office in Panama
City at 769-4871 or come by
the office at 30 West Govern-
me St., Panama City.
, Faster service is available
in Panama City office which
is qpen Monday through


Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. except on national holi-
days or if unable to go to
Panama City, a representa-
tive is in Port St. Joe at the
courthouse on the first and
third Monday of the month
from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
or in Wewahitchka on the
second Monday of the month
at the SES office from 10:00
a m. to 12:00 noon.


"\

H&R BLOCK
THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE

New Location 228 Reid Ave.

Complete Tax Preparation
Accounting
Call 229-8307 for an appointment
OPEN MONDAY thru SATURDAY


EST at the local Gymnastics
School on Reid Ave. The
public is invited to attend.

School Reunion
Being Planned
All former students of
Washington High and Port
St. Joe High School will meet
at the Starlight Restaurant &
Lounge on March 22 at 6:00
p.m. to discuss reunion plans
for July 4, 1986.
Contact J. Farmer at 229-
8524, R. Farmer at 229-6780,
or M. Batson at 229-8847 for
more information.


Expert TAX

Preparations


Corporations
Partnership
Individual


ACCOUNTING SERVICES
Small Business and Individual

F!INA NCIAL STATEMENTSS
PROFIT and LOSS STATEMENTS
TAX and FINANCIAL PLANNING


Gulf Accounting Services
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PARTNERSHIPS
SPECIALIZED HANDLING OF IRS AUDITS

ACCOUNTING SERVICES
SMALL BUSINESS and
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TAX & FINANCIAL PLANNING
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS


Phone 229-8994


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Mon. Thursday, 3 for $5.00
Sat, 5 for $10, not due back till
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VCR Rentals $5 per day
Rent Sat. until Mon. for $5


The Video Merchant


316 Reid Ave.


Port St. Joe 229-8787


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fl. THIURSDAY. March 20. 1986


R V RWE


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Free Parking Drive-In
229-8771 317 Williams Ave.


Window
Port St. Joe


Sharks Win Two Games During Week


"HELP SAVE A CHILD
TODAY"
Although the use of containers that cannot be
easily opened by children has cut down considerably
on accidental poisonings, there are still far too many
unnecessary deaths and injuries caused by
carelessness. If every one of us made it a point to
eliminate just one potential danger, think how many
more children's lives might be spared.
How about checking in your home today to be sure
that prescriptions and other medicines are out of a
child's reach and are away from where little hands
can get at them.

"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
pharmacy products. We consider this trust a
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
family pharmacy?



BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE


S I
Two members of the Sharks football squad signed
Sign G ran ts -Jn id -o s grants in aid to play football for East Mississippi Jr.
S ig n. G ra1 Ul i arl~ nid College in Scooba, Miss., this week.7:0 -
Stanley Peters, seated,,at right, will play strong safety
for the school and Arthur North, seated, left, will ~be a
linebacker. Witnessing the signing, left to right,; are
Katherine North Riley, Arthur's mother; Nathan Peters,
E L IN Jr., Stanley's father and Chris Earley; interim football
-.. Hcoach for the past season. -Sta;tphQto


Port St. Joe's bats are
beginning to come alive and
bunch their hits in high
school baseball. The Sharks
won two games this past
week, back to back, by
bunching their hits and ad-
vancing runners.
In addition to the two wins,
the Sharks lost a heart-
breaker to Rutherford of
Panama City last Friday,
dropping the contest, 9-7.
Going into the last inning of
the game, the Sharks had a
7-6 lead in a tight contest. A
Shark infield error in the last
inning, resulted in a small
rally for the Rams which saw
them put three runs on the
scoreboard in the seventh.
The Sharks couldn't answer
the two run lead in their half
of the seventh.
Rutherford took an early
lead in the game with three
runs in the first half of the
first inning. They added


three more in the third, after
which the Shark defense shut.
them down until the fatal
seventh, when the Rams
struck for three more runs to
win the game.
The Sharks were behind,
6-2, going into the fourth
inning, when the Sharks
started to hit. The Port St.
Joe squad put two runs up in
the fourth, one in the fifth and
two more in the sixth to take
their one run lead, which was
erased in the seventh by the
Rams.
Mickey Gainnie started for
the Sharks but was relieved
by Stacy Strickland m the
fourth. Strickland was 'tag-
ged with the loss.
Strickland and Randy Wil-
der each had two hits to I.'ad
the Shark attack.
The Sharks pounded out
eight hits in the game and
committed two errors. The
Rams tagged Port St. ,Jpe






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1:ou p.m.
Tuesday of next week, the


Marianna Bulldogs will come
to town for a 7:00 p.m. game.


Gators Grab Tw'

Wins In Basebaoll


The Wewahitchka Gators
continue to be the surprise of
the season, as they won twice
this past week.
Thursday of last week, the
Gators took on the Blounts-
town Tigers and tamed them,.
4-1, behind the four hit
' pitching of David Green.
It was David Paul's grand
slam homer in the bottom of
'the sixth which did the trick
for the Gators, pulling them
from a one run deficit to a
4-1 lead in one giant swing of
the bat.
The Tigers took their one
run lead in the first inning
and from that point on were
completely handcuffed by-
Green's pitching.
William Norris hustled' to
first when the Tiger catcher
missed the ball to start the
Sally. Randy Mayhann and
Durand McLeod then singled
to load the sacks for Paul's
first homer of the year over
the center field fence.

WEWA, 4; APALACH, 3
A hit batsman, a stolen
base and an error contribut-
ed to the Gators' winning run
in the the bottom of the
eighth inning Monday after-
noon. as the Gators squeezed
by the Apalachicola Sharks
4-3, in extra innings.
The Gators had a 3-1 lead
going into the final inning,
when the Sharks scored twice


to tie the score and fbrce the
extra inning.
In the-eighth, David Gieen.
was hit by the pitcher to get.
on base..He stole second and
scored on an error for the
winning run.
Strange started the game
for the Gators add was
relieved by Whitfield ini the
sixth. Whitfield was credited
with the win:
Wewahitchka pitching
gave up five hits iand the
team committed' three
errors.

Softball

Tourney
There 'will be a Quincy
Kiwanis Softball Tourna-
ment April 4 and 5 atQuincy
Softball Complex, Quincy'for
Class C-13 and Church 3 and
below. There is an entry fee
of $75 plus one ball per game.
Contact Richard Combs at
627-9647 or 875-4723 or Larry
Edwards at Quincy Recrea-
tion Department, 627-7681 for
more information.


Baseball Fever Is Here!
Watch A Tourney Game
in Shark Stadium
Friday afternoon.'


Have too Many 4 Door

Used Cars in Stock 1981 Buick $
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We 2 Door
Them Out at Savings! 1981 Olds $

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3 : *.' u E WIN i


pitchers for 10 hits and
committed three errors.

PSJ, 2; TIGERS, 0
Monday, the Sharks shut-
out the Blountstown Tigers in
a'2-0 pame. which was high-
lighted by a booming homer
by Marty Williams in the
sixth inning. It was Williams'
first homer of the year.
Jay Rish scored the
Sharks other run when he
scored on a throwing error to
home plate, trying to cut him
off at the plate in a steal
attempt.
Williams homer was the
big blow for the Sharks, but
Joe Norton contributed a
double and Jay Rish a single
for the Sharks. Warren Ren-
fro beat out a bunt to get the
only other hit.
Stacey Stickland went the
distance on the mound for the
Sharks, giving up only four
hits, going the distance for
the first time this season and
pitching his first shut-out.
The Sharks rapped four
hits off Connelly and Nealy.

PSJ, 5; Carrabelle, 4.
A seventh inning walk to
Warren Renfro, forcing in
Joe Norton, scored the win-
ning run for the Sharks
against Carrabelle Tuesday

Softball

Tourney

In Wewa
The First'United Methodist
Church of Wewahitchka will
be sponsoring the Sixth An-
nual Dead Lakes Invitational
Softball Tournament at T.L.
James Park in Wewahitchka
on May 3..
The tournament will be
limited to the first 20 teams A
Class and below to respond to
our invitation by paying their
registration, fee. The entry
fee will be $75.00 and each
team will furnish at least one
Worth Blue Doet(PX2) or a
Dudley Red Thunder ball per
game.
For further information
please call 639-2744 or 639-
2865.


In Concert. ..



John McKay



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

April 6 11:00 A.M.


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PAGE EIGHT


afternoon, as the Sharks won
their second game in a row,
5-4.
The Sharks went into the
sixth inning, behind 4-0, and
scored four runs on two hits
and the only two Carrabelle
errors of the game.
The big sixth inning started
for the Sharks when Jay Rish
singled and later scored. Joe
Norton walked and scored on
an error. Gainnie then came
home on a call of catcher
interference and Warren
Renfro scored on Randy
Wilder's sacrifice fly.
Jay Rish and Renfro rap-
ped out singles in the sixth
inning rally for the Sharks
only hits of the game.
Tim Wilder started on the
mound for the Sharks but was
relieved by Mickey Gainnie
in the fifth, who came on with
a four run deficit staring him
in the face. Gainnie picked up
the win when the Sharks
came back in -the sixth and
seventh innings.
Friday, the Sharks will
host the Gulf Coast Confer-
ence Tournament at Cedten-
nial Field, with game time at

Alhimni

Game Is"

Saturday
The high school baseball

team will play an exhibition
game Saturday afternoon
with a team made up of
former members on past
Shark teams.
The alumni team will be
made up of such past
performers as Rick Hat-
cher, Walter Wilder, De-
wayne McFarland, Brad
Bowen, Kyle Pippin and
Chris Butts.
Batting practice for the
alumni members will start
at 11:30, with game time set
for 1:00 p.m.
Coach Rick Hatcher says
the team is urging every
baseball 'enthusiast in the
area to attend the game and
enjoy the struggles of past,
members trying to live up to
their former glory days.


America's Team

Goes to Bat
SuperStation WTBS airs five pre-season Atlanta
Braves baseball games in March and April as
TBS Sports begins its 1986 telecast schedule
featuring America's Team. Regular season
action on the SuperStation starts Tuesday. April
8. as the Braves take on the Montreal Expos in
Atlanta.
The complete preseason telecast slate is:
EASTERN
DAY DATE BRAVES VS. TIME
Sat.. Mar. Baltimore Orioles ..... 1:35 PM
Sat.. lMar. 22 .. Ne% York Mets ........ 1:35 PM
Sun.. Mar. 23 Houston Aslros ........ :35 PM
Sat.. Mar. 29 Los Angeles Dodgers ... 1:35 PM
Spt.. Apr. 5 Cincinnati Reds .......1:05 PM

T t^Two-timet National
laqLauc MVP Dale
act ion with the
ti 7 Atlanata Braves on
^Sue rSta t ion
WinS.













Braves' telecast schedule for the regular
season should be available the first week
of April. Stop by.our office for your
FREE copy.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fl. THURSDAY, March 20, 1986


Faith CS Honor Students


Faith Christian School has
recently released their honor
roll for the fourth six weeks.
ALL As
Grade I
Nathan Marks.
A&B
Grade I


H


:Franklin, Jim Gander, Joe
Gander, Bridgette Godfrey,
Amy Goebert, James Kirk-
land, Christy Todd and Wen-
dy Woodman.
GRADE III
All A's
Jennifer Bell.


Wesley Cooper and Shana A A&B
[ammock. Allen Flowers, John Mur-
GRADE II phy and Chrissy Walker.
All A's GRADE IV
Jennifer McNeill. All A's
A & B Traci Peiffer and Chrissy
Jessica Brown, Kim' Taymon.


A&B
Brant Bizek, Eric Montei-
ro, Roman Northcut, Michael
Schweikert, Chris Summers,
Johnathan Thursby, and
Mandy Walp.
GRADE V
A&B
Bert Cain and Mark Willis.
GRADE VIII
A&B
Jeff Richards and Chris
Varnum.


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Heating & Air, Major Appliance Repair
Plumbing & Electrical Work
229-8416 or 227-1954 106 Bellamy Circle
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Run for Sight
The Mayor of Port St. Joe, Frank Pate,


The Senior

Informer
by Jerry Stokoe and Ometa Osborne


Seniors Provided


Free Legi
Monday, March 17 marked
the beginning of a new and
exciting week at Gulf Coun-
ty's Senior Center. The wea-
ther is simply beautiful, and
it's truly great to be alive and
well, and able to share with
each other the joys of each
new day.
SWe would like to remind
everyone of the free legal
advice offered each Thurs-
day afternoon from 1:00 to
4:00 p.m. at the Gulf County
Courthouse. Please call ei-

.Computer-

'Bulletin

Service
A Community Bulletin
Board Service (BBS) has
been placed on-line in Port
St. Joe, and is open for use by
the public, who desire to
communicate with the BBS
via their home computer.
The BBS contains mes-
sages of local interest to the
public, letters can be stored
into the system to other
users, on a private (pass-
word protected), or public
basis. Once a user of the
system you may also enter
bulletins of interest to the
public. All that is required is
a telephone modem that
'adapts to your home compu-
ter.
The entire purpose of the
BBS is to promote telecom-
munications in our area.
There is no fee required for
the use of the system and the
operator of the system en-
courages its use. This is not a
business oriented system,
and is non-profit. So if you
are already calling services
in other 'areas, why not also
use the local system?
For more information call
229-8174 after 6:00 p.m., and
during the day on weekends.


signs a proclamation acclaiming Saturday,
April 5 as Lion's Club Run for Sight Day; as
race director James Hanlon and Lion's Club
president, Rex Buzzett look on.


Hanging a mirror in the
back of a linen closet helps
keep track of stored items.


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FAMILY :
REA T DAY DISCOUNT

328 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE :

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED SALE ENDS MARCH 29 /


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il Work
their 229-8466 or 229-6655 to
make an appointment.
Last Tuesday, March 11,30
seniors and staff members
traveled to Panama City for
an 'all day shopping trip.
After a delightful lunch at
'Duff's Smorgasbord, the'en-
iors enjoyed shopping at
several places in Panama
City. It was a warm and
balmy day filled with fun and
laughter, and they all had a
grand old time.
Below is next weeks menu:
MONDAY
Orange juice, chopped
steak, mushroom gravy, b ut
tered rice, spinach, wheat
breat, margarine, pears and
skim milk.
TUESDAY
Orange juice, ham "and
macaroni and cheese casse-
role, green beans, tossed
salad, 1000 Island dressing,
roll, margarine, chocolate
pudding and skim milk.
WEDNESDAY
Orange juice, meat loaf,
gravy, mashed potatoes,
English peas, wheat bread,
margarine, apple cobbler
and skim milk.
THURSDAY
Baked chicken, blackeyed
peas, collard greens, corn-
bread, margarine, plums and
skim milk.
FRIDAY
Orange juice, spaghetti
with meat sauce, green
beans, French bread, mar-
garine, peaches and skim
milk.


The real name of James
McNeill Whistler's painting
of his mother is "Arrange-
ment in Grey and Black."


Hometown Care At Its Best!

Gulf Pines Hospital
Announces.


Short-Term

Geriatric Care


Private Pay Only

Contact David Odum, Administrator
for Details


Another
Basic
American
Company


Gulf Pines
227-1121


An Affiliate of Health Care Management Corp..


In Concert ...


John McKay


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

April 6- 11:00 A.M.


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PAGE TEN THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fl. TlHURSDAY, March 20, 1'(86




MINUTES Board of County


The Board of County Com-
mission, of Gulf County,
Florida, met February 25,
1986 in regular session, with
the following members pre-
sent: Chairman Billy
Branch, A.B. Traylor, El-
dridge Money, Douglas C.
.Birmingham, and Everett
Owens, Jr. Others present
were: Clerk Jerry T. Gates,
Clerk's Office Manager-De-
iuty Clerk Maurell Cumbie,
Associate Attorney Tom Gib-
son, Port St. Joe Ambulance
Director Andy Millergren,
Clerk's Finance Officer Ben-
h ny. Lister, Civil Defense
Director Larry Wells, and
Sheriff Al Harrison.
The meeting came to order
at 7:00 p.m.
Comm. Money opened the
meeting with prayer and led
the pledge of allegiance to
the flag.
Upon motion by Comm.
Money, second by Comm.
Ownes, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the
minutes of February 11, 1986,
regular -meeting and special
.meeting.
Pursuant to advertise-
'.-ment, the Board held the
second and final public hear-
'ilg to consider adoption of
Ordinance 86-1, with the
Attorney reading the ordin-
ance by title only. Following
public comment, Comm.
Money moved the Board
adopt the ordinance. Comm.
Owens seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously. A
copy of the ordinance is on
file in the clerk's office.
Pursuant to advertisement
to receive bids to provide
well-drilling and engineering
services for closure of Port
St.,Joe Landfill, the following
bills wePe received: Hughes
Well Drilling, $15,000.00;
Nautilus Water Systems,
$8,510.00; Clark's Well Drill-
ing, $5,994.00; (, & S Well
Service, $4,985.00; 'and Ar-
daman & Associates,
$9,806.20.
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, second by Comm.
':Traylor, and unanimous
vote, the Board awarded the
bid to the lowest bidder C & S
Well Service, provided the
bid meets Board specifica-
.tions. The Board instructed .
Civil Defense Director Wells
verify if the bid meets
specifications and, if not, the
B.Board agreed the bid would
.. automatically be awarded to
the next low bidder, provided
Their bid meets'Board speci-
fications.
S The :Board pi-esented an
Sappreeiation plaque fo Mrs.
.E.F. Gunn, for Mr. E.F.
Gunni in appreciation of Mr.
Gunn's work for the county
as Project Engineer for
construction of the Solid
Waste Transfer Station.
Veteran's Service Officer
James Sealey requested.
funds be budgeted in next
year's budget to purchase a
veterans monument in honor
of Gulf County veterans
(dating back to year Gulf
County was created 1925)
who were killed in World War
II, Korea, and Vietnam
Wars, with all five branches
of service represented. The
Veteran's Officer presented
a set of plans, price quote of
:$10,300, and a list of 28
Veteran's names submitted
to-date, which will be en-
graved on the monument.
SThe Veteran's Officer report-
Sed the monument would
include a special space for
'recipient of Congressional
Medal of Honor Clifford
"- Sims.
The Board agreed this was
.a good idea and requested
Sealey submit his request
again at the budget hearings
for adoption in next fiscal
year's budget.
Bill Holden and Jack Lea-
vins, homeowners, and Carl
Guilford, owner right of way
(in 40 acre tract), in Over-
street, requested the county
accept a portion of right of
way, near Holden's and
Leaving's homes, for mainten-
ance. After discussion, the
Board agreed to direct Road
Superintendent Lester check
:the condition of this road,
.notify Guilford of his find-
intgs, and report back to the
Board at the next meeting; at
which time the Board will
take action on placing the
road on its one year road
acceptance waiting list. The
Board also agreed to request
the Road Superintendent re-
view all. ditches in the area
and propose a possible solu-
tion to drainage problems. In
the meantime, the County
Road Department will pro-
ceed with repair of county
:owned roads in the area
(including a portion of the
..road that adjoins the portion
Sof road the county is now
being requested to accept
ownership of).
The Board received the


following invoice from the
City of Port St. Joe: Cash
commitment dock repairs,
west end 5th St.; $5,920.00;
Re: Department of Natural
Resources Boat Fund. The
Chairman requested the
Clerk send the City a copy of
all information pertaining to
; the county's application to
the Department of Natural
SResources for receipt of
these funds and write the
- City the County will make


these funds available at the
time they are needed.
Upon motion by Comm.
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Traylor, and unani-
mous vote, the Board ap-
proved payment of the fol-
lowing invoice on an emer-
gency basis. Aero Life Sup-
port Group, Longwood, Fla.;
Resusci Anne; $1,425.95 for
Wewahitchka Ambulance
Service.
The Board received a letter
from Cecil Costin, Jr., re-
questing the Board execute a
corrective quit-claim deed
from Gulf County to Cecil
Costin, Jr. and Thomas S.
Gibson, correcting a descrip-
tion error in a 1971 county
resolution vacating part of
St. Joe Beach, Unit 1, Subdi-
vision. Comm. Money moved
the Board approve the re-
quest. Comm. Birmingham
seconded the motion. Comm.
Money withdrew his motion
and Comm. Birmingham
withdrew his second. The
Board requested its attorney
review and draw the proper-
ty as described in the resolu-
tion and corrective deed to
assure accuracy and report
back at the next meeting.
Upon motion by Comm.
Money, second by Comm.
Owens, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the
following request of Tax
Collector Taylor. Approval
that credit be given for
$170.00 of Beach Driving
Permits destroyed by Hurri-
cane Kate, while in posses-
sion of authorized agent
James T. McNeill d-b-a In-
dian Pass Trading Post.
Upon motion by Comm.
Traylor, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the
following pay raises, as
recommended by Mosquito
Control Director Graves:
Otis J. Dunlap and Zebedee
Addison new rate of pay
$5.55, set up to truck drivers.
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved payment
of the- following invoice:
Baskerville-Donovan En-
gineers, Inc., Panama City,
FL; Survey and description
to obtain county right of way
& submerged land easement
for bridge construction;
$1,000.00.
Clerk Gates read a letter
written to Building Inspector
Manuel from the Southern
Building Code Congress In-
ternational, Inc., Birming-
ham, Alabama, stating Man-
uel had~C ein selepted7dele--;
gates are chosen on standing,
background, and proved
leadership in their profes-
sion) to represent the Dwight
D. Eisenhower People to
People International Organi-
zation on a purposeful Good-
will Mission, as a member of
the American Delegation, to
visit other countries on tour.
The mission is non-govern-
mental, private sector and
each participant pays his-her
own way.
Clerk Gates read a letter
from County Building In-
spector Manuel to City of
Port St. Joe Mayor Frank
Pate, regarding a building
inspection contract with the
city. The letter is on file in
the Clerk's office. -
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, second by Comm.
Birmingham, and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to
advertise to receive bids to
purchase one variable float
control system, to be attach-
ed to a mosquito spraying
truck, for the Mosquito Con-
trol Department.
Sheriff Harrison recom-
mended the following on
John Thomas Odum's fire-
arm permit application. Of
good character. As to hand-
ling qualifications-recom-
mend firearm training by
registered instructor. Also
recommend Board wait until
next legislative session for
changes in law concerning
firearm permits prior to
approving any permit.
Comm. Owens moved the
Board approve the firearm
permit issuance to Odum,
with the Sheriff to take care
of the firearm training re-
quirement as recommended.
Chairman Branch gave the

Chair to Vice-Chairman Ow-
ens to second the motion.
Upon vote, the motion failed
with Comm. Branch and
Chairman Owens voting yes,
Comm. Birmingham, Money
and Traylor voting no. Chair-
man Owens returned the
Chair to Comm. Branch.
After further discussion,
Chairman Branch gave the
Chair to Vice-Chairman Ow-
ens and moved the Board
approved issuing a firearm
permit to Odum providing all
requirements of the ordin-
ance and the Sheriff's re-
commendation of firearm


training were met. Comm.
Money seconded the motion
for discussion. The Sheriff
stated the ordinance was
poorly written from a legal
standpoint (liability to coun-
ty) and needs review by
counsel. Upon vote, the mo-
tion failed, with Comm.
Branch and Chairman Owens
voting yes, Comm. Traylor,
Birmingham, and Money vot-
ing no. Chairman Owens
returned the Chair to Comm.


Branch. Comm. Birmingham
requested the Attorney re-
view this ordinance in regard
to the Board's liability. The
Chairman requested Attor-
ney Rish review the ordin-
ance as he had prepared it.
Mosquito Control Depart-
ment employee Johnny Wil-
liams stated according to
county procedure to go by
seniority in delegating over-
time, he was being passed
over by his supervisor and
the overtime was being dele-
gated to employee Larry
Young. The chairman re-
.quested Civil Defense Direc-
tor Wells and Comm. Owens
meet with Mosquito Control
Director Graves and Wil-
liams and report back to the
Board at its next meeting.
The Board received an
invoice from the Florida
Department of Transporta-
tion, in the amount of
$4,094.58, for emergency re-
pairs made at the county's
request, due to damage from
Hurricane Kate. Civil De-
fense Director Wells stated
he didn't know there would
be a charge at the time the
request was made. Comm.
Birmingham recommended
the Board direct .the Civil
Defense Director verify
amount of federal reimburse-
ment the county will receive
for these specific repairs and
the Board hold the invoice at
this time. The Board agreed.
Civil Defense Director
Wells and the Chairman
reported the following on a
Growth Management Meet-
ing they attended, at which
Speaker of the House of
Representatives James
Harold Thompson was one of
the speakers. Funds avail-
able to counties in June and
July for planning purposes
must be spent prior to
December, 1986. Bulk of
funds available to counties
this year. State intends coun-
ties to adopt comprehensive
plans or state will prepare
the plan. Apalachee Regional
Planning Council will not
prepare comprehensive
plans this year. Chairman
Branch inquired if the Board
wanted to hire a planner,
suggesting the county not
hire a professional planner
due to cost. No action taken.
The Chairman instructed
Wells continue gathering in-
formation.
Upon motion by Comm.
Money, second by Comm.
Owens, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved execut-
ing a disaster relief funding,
agreement ;wth. the Florida'
Department of Community
Affairs for projects listed on
county property damage re-
ports, estimated to be
$107,195, the county to re-
ceive funds upon proof of
payment and inspection of
repairs.
Damage reports Civil
Defense Director to obtain
three price quotes on all
repair work approved by
Board. Upon motion by.
Conm. Traylor, second by
Comm. Money, and unan-
mous vote, the Board ap-
proved upgrading the Port
St. Joe radio tower to elimi-
nate radio communication
problems and provide the
Road Department with
auxiliary radio power in-
stead of replacing the Wewa-
hitchka radio tower, which
cannot withstand hurricane'
winds, to be reimbursed with
federal, funding. Howard
Creek Fire Dept. Shed -
Comm. Traylor and Civil
Defense Director to meet
with Howard Creek Fire
Chief Ralph Maxwell con-
cerning options of funding
rebuilding damaged shed or
using funds to help build a
new fire department build-
ing. Road Work.- Mosquito
Control and Road Depts. -
Comm. Owens requested
Civil Defense Director con-
tact Department of Commu-
nity Affairs to inquire what is
included in $4.00 cu. yd. and
if hourly wage for operation
of different type equipment
not included.
Upon motion by Comm.
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Traylor, and unani-
mous vote, the Board ap-
proved adopting a resolution
to be presented at the North-
west Florida Water Man-
agement District's public
workshop requesting the fol-
lowing future uses for the
35,000 acres the District
purchased along the flood-
plain of the Apalachicola
River in Liberty & Gulf
Counties. (Retain all rights
citizens presently have -
hunting, fishing, logging, etc.
with no special permits.)
Comm. Owens requested At-
torney Gibson prepare the
resolution. Comm. Birming-
ham requested all Board
members attend and Comm.


Owens requested as many
citizens as possible be re-
quested to attend. The Chair-
man requested Clerk's Office
Manager Cumbie send a copy
of the resolution, after pre-
paration, to all counties
within the Northwest Florida
Water Management District.
Comm. Birmingham and
Money stated they would
attend the District's meeting
on February 27, 1986, at 7:00
p.m., EST, in Apalachicola.
Chairman Branch requested


Commission

Civil Defense Director Wells
present the resolution to the
District at this meeting.
The Civil Defense Director
reported the Florida Depart,
ment of Transportation scbe-
duled a meeting at the
Highland View Elementary
School at 7:00 p.m., EST, on
March 6, 1986. concerning
construction of the new High-.
land View high-rise bridge.
Upon motion by Comnm.
Traylor, second by Comn.
Owens, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the
following change in invento-
ry: 90-106; 1971 GMC Truck,
S-N HM713-2200361; $2,20Q.00
transferred to Mosquito Con-
trol.
The Board approved an
amendment to the Emergen-
cy Management Agreement
to allow a $497.00 increase: in
match money.
The Chairman reported he
and Comm. Traylor were
present at the Pleasant Rest
Bridge preconstruction
meeting on February 14 and
construction would com-
mence in four to six weeks.
Comm. Birmingham report-
ed he discussed and received
approval of an extension of
the public using the detour
route through FICO Farms
during construction, from
Mr. Stephenson, FIO
Farms.
Comm. Traylor reporhId
residents of WilliamsbuIg
Subdivision,, Wewahitchka,
have requested the county
install street lights in the
subdivision. The Board
agreed there was a need for
lights in this and other areas
of the county; however, the
County could only provide
street lights at public service
areas, such as boat landings,
and any street lights located
in other areas outside muni-
cipalities, are paid for by
citizens, not the county.
County Computer System
Study Committee Member
Maurell Cumbie reported on
the committee's plan of
action as. follows and pro-
gress to-date. 1) Identify
Needs (Completed); 2) Te-
nical Assistance No cost :o
County (Department of R
venue Representative me t
with Committee and Det.
Supervisors Elected Of i-
cials March 5); 3) Comm t-
tee Review Following DO R
Study; 4) Recommendation
'to Board.
Clerk's Office Manager
reported there was a delay in
the telephone company's in-
stallftion of a telephone in
196"e"` omrmissi0n 'in'ritifig
room due to the present key
system being used to capaci-
ty and telephone company
representatives advise new
cable will have to be trun in
order to install the extension
of the Clerk's Wewaliitch'a
toll line. The Board agreed to
only install the Port St. Joe
Board of County Commission
number and delete the
Clerk's Wewahitchka toll line
extension due to cost.
Upon motion by Comm.
Traylor, second by Comm.
Owens, and unanimous vote,
the Board agreed to abproye
the request of owners Claude
Lister and C. Michael sister,
to place Honeyhill R ad, in
Section 19, Township 5 South,
Range 9 West, on te one
year waiting list for county
acceptance, upon Road Su-
perintendent Lester's inspec-
tion. The Board requested
Clerk's Office Manager Cum-
bie send the Road Superin-
tendent a list of all roads the
county needs inspection for
placement on the one year
road acceptance waiting list.
Upon motion by ;Comm.
Money, second by tComrm.
Owens, and the following
vote, the Board approved
adoption of( a resolution op-
posing casino gambling and
lottery in the State of Florida
and Gulf County, with a copy
to be forwarded to all sena-
tors and representatives' in
the state. Comm. Money,
Owens and the Chairman
voted yes. Comm. Traylor
and Birmingham voted no,
with Comm. Birmingham
stating he wanted it reflected
in the minutes he is opposed
to casino gambling, but not
opposed to lottery at this
time.
Upon Comm. Money's in-
quiry if Civil Defense Direc-
tor Wells had prepared a list
of persons, the Board could
ask to serve as county
representatives on the Pan-
handle Industry Council (Job
Training Partnership Act),
the Director replied he had
no names to submit at this
time. The Chairman request-
ed Clarence Monette, of Port
St. Joe, assist in the selection
of nominees.


Upon presentation by As-
sociate County Attorney Gib-
son, Comm. Owens moved
the Board accept prelimina-
ry plans of Gulf Aire, Phase
III, Subdivision for study.
Comm. Traylor seconded the
motion. The Chairman di-
rected Civil Defense Director
Wells and Building Inspector
Manuel review the plat to
verify it meets recorded
subdivision ordinance re-
quirements. Comm. Owens
discussed the need for cul-
verts in the Gulf Aire Subdi-
vision's previously approved
by the Board. Comm. Money


stated the Road Superinten-
dent needed to review the
new subdivision for drainage
problems. Upon vote, the
motion passed unanimously.
Following advise by the
Attorney, Comm. Birming-
ham moved the Board offer
to settle out of court for
$165,000, in payment of Medi-
caid billings, provided the
Department of HI(S offers
proper financing for the
county to be able to pay the
amount in full within three or
four years. Comm. Owens
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
After report by the Attor-,
ney the subdivision ordin-
ance doesn't apply to accept-
ance of roads in unrecorded
subdivisions, upon motion by
Comm. Owens, second by
Comm. Birmingham, and
unanimous vote, the Board
approved placing Dead
Lakes Drive on the one year
road acceptance waiting list,
upon the Road Superinten-
dent's inspection.
The Chairman received a
letter from Attorney Rish
stating, in the court case
Peters vs. Gulf County, he
was presently exchanging
information with the Plain-
tiff's attorney concerning
census, precinct lines, etc.
and would contact the Board
when prepared to advise Gulf
County of its options. The
Chairman advised he might
call a special workshop on
Monday for this purpose.
.Chairman Branch stated
he wanted to .add the
entrance road ,to Butler's
:Restaurant in Port St. Joe, to
the list of roads damaged by
the hurricane, which the
Board previously approved
obtaining three quotes for
emergency repair. The
Board approved.
The Chairman stated he
had discussed with School
Superintendent Wilder the
county using the School
Board's equipment to place
foam spray on the courthouse
roof (payment for equipment
use and worker's wages).
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, second by Comm.
Traylor, and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to
pursue this method of repair-
ing the courthouse roof as
quickly as possible on an
emergency basis. The Board
discussed small amount of
funds budgeted in capital
outlay for this purpose and
may need to make line item
amendments at later date in
in order to pay the cost.
The Chairman reported
that engineer Silvey advised
the two most elevated areas
in the north end of the county
suitable "for location, of a
SClass III laridfill were How-
ard's Creek ard Honeyville.
The chairman requested
Comm, Traylor search for
property in Honeyville the
county could lease for this
purpose and he would search
for a suitable location for a
Class III Landfill in the south
end of the county.
Comm. Money recom-
mended the Board approve a
proposed utility permit form
variance requested by St.
Joseph Telephone & Tele-
graph Co. The Chairman
requested the attorney study
the form and make a re-
commendation at the next
meeting.
Comm.. Money requested
the Board write a letter to the
county's legislative delega-
tion similar to Wakulla Coun-
ty's letter opposing the De-
partment of Health and Re-
habilitative Services policy
directive which eliminated
the possibility of Medicaid
funds being considered a
client fee that can be used to
offset the level of a county's
financial participation and
require earnings by a service
provider be locally matched.
The Board received a letter
from St. Joseph Bay Country
Club requesting the, Board
adopt a resolution that for the
year 1986 and all years
thereafter all the lands of the
country club be assessed as
outdoor recreational lands.
The Chairman requested the
attorney research the legal-
ity of this request.
Comm. Money and Branch,
and Clerk Gates discussed
the letter received from the
Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services stat-
ing, in accordance with con-
tract No. BE 514, notice is
hereby given of the intent of
the Department to either
terminate or amend the
contract in order to effectu-
ate a reduction of the federal
match from 70 percent to
66.65 percent, Child Support
Enforcement Program.
The Chairman discussed a
letter the Board received


from the county worker's
compensation carrier, Ad-
justco, Maitland, Florida,
recommending all county
employees, while driving
county vehicles be required
to wear seatbelts to avoid
costly injuries. At Comm.
Birmingham's suggestion
the Board agreed to post a
letter in all (Road Depart-
ment and Mosquito Control
Department employees in-
juries noted in report) de-
partments requiring em-
ployees to wear seat belts
while driving county vehi-
cles.
Upon report of Civil De-
fense Director Wells of a 1954
444 Fire Truck available
from the Division of Forest-


Tapper Governmental


Seminar at Gulf Coast


"Ae the People America
on the Eve of the Constitu-
tion" will be the theme of the
annual George G. Tapper
Governmental Seminar sche-
duled March 26 at Gulf Coast
Community College. Guest
speaker for the event will be
Dr. Forrest McDonald, a
distinguished historian and
author who is currently on
the faculty of the University
of Alabama.
"As U.S. citizens read
daily news accounts of re-
peated threats to democratic
ideals, as tragedies such as
the Challenger explosion re-
mind us of the high price
Americans have always paid
for a better future, and as we
continue to generously share


our heritage with other na-
tions, it is quite fitting that
this year's George G. Tapper
Governmental Seminar sa-
lutes the 200 year anniversa-
ry of the beginning of the
process that resulted in our
Constitution," said Pamela
Whitelock, director of Contin-
uing Education at the col-
lege.
Whitelock said that there
will be four major events
during the day. There will be
a 10 a.m. seminar for the
GCCC faculty, staff and
students on "What Historians
Have Had to Say about the
Background of the Constitu-
tion." This seminar will be
followed by a noon luncheon
for outstanding area high


school seniors invited to hear
Dr. McDonald's presentation
on "Life in America on the
Eve of the Constitution."
Immediately preceding
Dr. McDonald's 8 p.m. major
public address, a "Sundown
Seminar" will provide a
traditional opportunity dur-
ing dinner for an across the
table exchange of ideas be-
tween GCCC students and
community leaders.
The public is invited to
attend Dr. McDonald's 8 p.m.
address, "A Design for Li-
berty," in the Language Arts
Auditorium.
Well known as an authority
on the American Constitu-
tion, Dr. McDonald has pub-
lished a number of books and
articles on both the forma-
tion of the American republic
and the Constitution. He has
been on the faculty at the
University of Alabama since
1976, and has served as a
visiting professor at Colum-
bia University, Duke Univer-
sity, New York University .,
and the University of West
Florida. He will be a visiting
professor at William and
Mary for the 1986-87 academ-
ic year.
The seminar is sponsored
by the Junior Woman's Club
and the Gulf Coast Communi-
ty College Foundation. Semi-
nar coordinator is Dr. Terry
dck.
More information about
the Tapper Seminar is avail-
able at 769-1551, ext. 355.


Braswell Wins

Spelling Bee

Jennifer Braswell from
grade seven, edged out
eighth grader, Jeff Richards
to become the spelling cham-
pion in grades 5 8 at Faith
Christian School.
Jennifer is the daughter of
Wallace-and Betty Braswell
of 481 Brownsville Road in
Apalachicola. She competed
in the Gulf County Spelling
Bee Contest on March 7 in
Wewahitchka.


LPN's (Doctor's Office)
Now taking applications.
Send resume to: Gulf Pines
Hospital, P. Box 40, Port
St. Joe. No phone calls
please.
GOVERNMENT JOBS
$16,040 $59,230/yr. Now Hir-
ing. Call 805-687-6000, ext.
R-6859 for current federal
list. 8 8tp 3/20
Sales Help .Wanted:
Licensed health insurance
agents wanted to enroll
members of various group
insurance acts. Call
265-3963 in Panama City
after 8 p.m. Eastern. Ask for
Lamar. 2tc 3/13
Position Vacancy
Teacher Aide at Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School:
salary range is determined
by the approved salary sche-
dule. Written application is
required; however, if you
have applied for an Aide
position at this school during
the 1985-86 school year your
application is on file and will
be considered so re-applica-
ti9n is not necessary. Appli-
,cation forms are available at
the school office. The contact
is the Principal Jerry
Kelley. Gulf County School is
an :equal opportunity
employer. Deadline for ap-
plications is March 21, 1986.
2t3/13
Gulf Co. Adult School
Recruiter
The Gulf County School
Board is receiving applica-
tions for the position of Adult
School Recruiter. Applica-
tion forms are available at
the Gulf County Adult School
located on Long Avenue just
behind Port St. Joe High
School. Persons having ap-
plications on file in the
School Board office and
wishing to be considered for
this position must request to
have their application sub-
mitted. One (1) position is
available. This is a time
limited position 16 weeks.
Salary is $7.00 per hour
and the work week will be
6-10 hours.
Application deadline is
March 21, 1986. The Gulf
County School Board is an
equal opportunity employer.
2t 3/13
Lady with pleasant phone
voice to set appointments for
insurance company in the
Gulf Co. area. Call from your
home or office. Call Panama
City after 8 p.m. Eastern
time, ask for Lamar,
265-3963. Salary or commis-
sion negotiable. 2t3/13


ry, the Chairman requested
the county pursue the fire
truck for the Honeyville Fire
Department. The Board
agreed.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.



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well. Howards Creek.
229-8520. It 3/20
House for Sale: Gulf front,
Cape San Bias peninsula.
High on sand dune. 3 bdrm.,
2 baths, 2 car garage.
CH&A. Lots of extras.
$125,000 by owner. Call
229-6889. 4tc 3/20
Must Sell: Lovely home at
Mexico Beach: 3 bdrm., 2
ceramic baths, large LR,
DR, kitchen, Florida room &
screen porch on 2 lots. Excel.
neighborhood, new roof.
Assumable loan at 9%%.
Call 904-648-5302 or
912-924-5661. 2tp3/20.
2-story beach house for
sale at Cape San Bias. Ocean
and bay view, sacrifice at
$69,000. Call 674-8465, ask for
Pat. -. 4tc 3/6
2 bedroom, I bath frame
house on 50x90 lot. Or house
can be sold, alone,, and
removed. For more info.,
call 229-8824. .4tc3/6
House for Sale by Owner: 3
bdim., 1Tbath. Heat pump,
wall to wall carpeting. Nice
neighborhood., $44,900. Call
.769-3829. 3tc 3/13
Energy efficient home
with split floor plan. 3 bdrm.,
.2 ba., great rm., break, rm,
range & dishwasher, inside
:laundry, cen. a&h, 2 car
:gar. Will sacrifice for
.$57,000. 2298688. tfc 3/13


SNice, comfortable two
bedroom house with effici-
ency apartment help-
pay mortgage), N ie neigh-
Sborhood. Walk to, beach.
Large lot, 212 1st St., Mexico
Beach. $59,000. 229:8549.

i NICE 2 bedroom:'.1 bath,
Stucco townhouses, 800 sq. ft.
ea.; located at 6Q6.Wood-
ward Ave. Call 904-227-1689.
Priced at $29,800.00 each.
tfc2/27


Blue Haven Condos in Gulf
Aire, 2 ba., fully loaded kit-
chen, ice maker, etc., W/D,
ceiling fan, deck, priv. den,
etc. One furnished $44,900.
One unfurnished, $42,900, or
best offer on either. Call
1-674-8435, 674-8772 or
6744455. tfc 3/6
3 bedroom, 1 bath, den,
masonry home, fenced yd.,
workshop/garage. Westcott
Circle. Call 229-6553.
tfc 2/20
12x65' trailer, set up with
attached porch & utility
bldg. For info., call 648-8325.
or owner (205) 684-6521, no
collect calls. 8tp 2/20
For Sale: 1616 Long Ave., 2'
story apartment. 3 bedroom
downstairs, 4 bedrooms up-
stairs. 227-1363 or 227-1199.
tfc 3/13
3 bedroom, 2 bath brick
home on 2 lots in Ward
Ridge. Call 229-8489 after
5:00 p.m. for information.
tfc 3/13


FORREN


For Rent: 2)10 Lon
nue, 3 bdrnn., 1% batl
stove. Unfurnished
Keith Creamer at 22
Deposit required.
4
Unfurnished trail
rent: 3 bdrm., Ig. liv.
garage ibuilt-on. Wit
heat. Large garden
back. Deposit &
agreement required.
St., Highland View. 22

Furnished apart
block from beach,
round rental $250 m
Lookout Lounge, 648-

Hwy. 98 & 28th St.,
Beach. Duplex for le
bdrm., 1 ba., unfurn.,
fans, ch&a, close to b
shopping, $250 per
904-385-7714 day
904-575-3624 evenings.


ig Ave-
h, with
. Call
29-6460.

tp 3/20
er for
rm. &
h cen.
spot in
rental
102 5th
29-6193.
tfc 3/20
lent, 1
year
o. Call
310.


tfc3/
Mexi
ease.
ceili
each
mnot
s I

tfc 3


For Rent: 5 bedroom, 3
bath beach house by the day,
week or month. Call 205-
749.2411 evenings.
Newly remodeled, one
bedroom apartment for rent.
in town. Water furnished.
Deposit required. No pets.
Call Carol Hartley at
229-8375. 2tp3/13
For Rent: 3-4 bedroom, 1
bath house on fenced corner
lot at.229 8th St. $275. Call
229-6879. tfc 3/13
3 bedroom, 2 bath house,
partly furnished. $315 a
month year round. 150' from
the beach. For appointment,
call between 61-8 p.m,,
648-5190 2t 3/13
1616 Long Avenue, "3 bed-
room apartment, furnished.
$275 month. Call 227-1199 or
227-1363;' tfc 3/13
Mexico Beach: 1 yr. old,
3 bdrm., 1 bath, furnish-
ed, ceiling fans in all
bdrms., liv. din. rea, and.
on screen porch. Cen. h&a.
Closed in air & cold shower
on patio, drive thru car-.
port. Short distance to
': beach. Available 3 to 4
months. Call 912-883-1839
after 6. tfc 2/6

Room for Rent: By day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 1/2
For Rent: Mini-warehouse
storage. For more informa-
tipn call 229-6332. tfc 1/2
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251. tfc 1/2

AUTO

FOR SALE~


-0
co 1977 Dodge Aspen. Power
2 steering, power brakes,
ng radio. Low mileage. Good
& condition, $1,200. Call after 5,
th. 648-5827.
or 1976 Ford windowed van, 8
/6 passenger, V-8, p.s., p.s.,
,dual air, dual gas tanks.
S 79,000 original miles, excel.
cond. Call648-5827. 2tc3/20
1972 Ford station wagon,
'a,t., a.c., only 1,000 miles on
rebuilt engine. Runs good,
looks good, $1,000. 1973
Toyota station wagon, runs
good, 4-spd., economical
good work car. $500. Call
229-6435 oir229-8432. 2tp 3/13
1984 Pontiac Gran Prix,
p.s., p.b., cruise control, tilt
steering, am/fm cassette
stereo, 229-6571 after 5:00.
4tp3/13
1965 Ford Mustang, 289
V-8, auto. trans., $2,000. Call
after 5. 648-8579. itfc 1/23
1985 Ford Ranger XLS,
p.s., p.b., a.c., cruise con-
trol, overdrive, am/fm
stereo cassette, cb radio,
tarp cover, bush bar. 15,000
miles. Call Susie after 5,
229-6806. tfc 2/20
GARAE S9AS


YARD SALE
Highway 98
SSt.' Joe Beach
9 till 3
Friday, Mar. 21
Rain cancels.


Garage Sale: First ever,
after moving and remodel-
ing, furniture, air condition-
ers, lawn mowers, dishes,
clothes, household items,
books & much more. Satur-
day, March 22, 8:00 3:00.
Follow the road to Indian
Pass Beach Subdivision.
Rain or shine!
Yard Sale Friday and
Saturday, March 22 and 23.
St. Joe Beach, Santa Anna
Street, 8:00 till.
Rummage Sale: Friday,
March 21, at 8:30 a.m. EST,
Pine St., St. Joe Beach. 2
blocks from Hwy. 98 on the
right.
Garage Sale: 312 Beacon
Road, Gulf Aire. Saturday,
March 22. 8 a.m.


mIisc.

FOR SAL


Large chest type deep
freeze, excel. cond. Call
after 5 p.m. 229-6777. 2tc 3/20
Mint green prom dress,
size 12, worn once, has been
dry cleaned. Call 229-6861.
One queen size sofa
sleeper, 2 twin size beds, one
with headboard. Call
648-5978.
FREE PUPPIES: Pit bull,
german shepherd mixed.
Call 648-564.
Prom dresses for sale,
sizes 5, 7T& 9. Call 1-639-2372,
no collect calls.
30" elecric range, looks &
works good, asking $60. 21"
self-propelled Lawn Boy,
65. Call 648-8126.
One ShopSmith for sale
with all attachments, $500.
Call 648-5106.
25 h.p. 1984 long shaft
Johnson Workhorse, $950.
Call 227-1290 night.
Kiln for slae, serious in-
quiries only. Write P. 0. Box
587, Wewahitchka, FL 32465.
Include your name, phone
no. and address. tfc 3/20
6 cu. ft. freezer with main-
tenance warranty. Have had
for 8 months. Asking $200.
Call 229-8941, keep trying if
no.answer. tfc 3/20
Gill net, 300 yards, new
new boat, 20 ft. marine ply-
wood ready to fish. Also 16 ft.
bateau marine playwood, 25
h.p. Evinrude El. Will build
any type boat. Call Sonny.
Polous 653-9290 after 2:00 in
afternoon. 4tp3/13
Bedroom suite, for girls.
Bed, chest, desk & chair;
night stand, dresser & mir-
ror. All wood, excel. cond.
$550. Call 227-7270.
,,18 ft,,, Spopr Craft; !!5,hp
Evinrude, DF and CB. After
5,648-310. 2tp 3/13
$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 oh any
fabric.
The Sewing Room.
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151
tfc 6/7
Repo's $295 down. New
homes from $820 down or
trade that old home in. Call
Dan at Conner Homes,
1-769-1200. 4t 2/27
Almost new Kenmore
washer/dryer stack unit, al-
mond color, perfect for
small spaces. $500 or best of-
fer. 1983 Honda XL250R
motorcycle, helmet includ-
ed, $700 or best offer. Both
items are in excel. cond.
Owners moving and must
sell. Call 229-8033. 3tp 3/6
JONES' TRAWL BOARDS
Wood & Aluminum
4th generation builders
Bayou la Batre, AL
(205) 824-4979
4tc 3/6
23 ft. trailer, 1 bdrm., ba.,
kitchen, liv. rm. Call after 5,
648-8310. 2tp 3/13
AVON
to buy or sell. Call Mrs. L. Z.
Henderson, 227-1281.
tfc 1/23



A 3


POSITION VACANCY
Two temporary teacher
aides at Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School: salary
range is determined by the
approved salary schedule.
Written application is re-
quired; however, if you have
applied for an Aide position
at this school during the
1985-86 school year your ap-
plication is on file and will be
considered so re-application
is not necessary. Application
forms are available at the
school office. The contact is
Principal, Gerald Lewter.
Gulf County School Board is
an equal opportunity
employer. Deadline for ap-
plications is 3:00 P.M.,
March 27, 1986.
2t 3/20


BAKE SALE
:Fiesta Food Store, 'Hwy. 98,
Mexico Beach. Sponsored by
the Junior Fire Dept. from 9
a. till. Saturday, March 22.
Persons that picked up tan
,.German shepherd from
Animal Shelter on Tuesday,
March 4. Please contact Jeff
,Giles, this is a child's pet.
-Call 1-234-0565.
3t 3/13
There will be a regular
, communication of Port St.
:Joe Lodge No2 111, F.&A.M.
, every first and third Thurs-
1. iday at 8:00 p.m.
: Greg Godwin, W.M.
iBilly D. Barlow, Sec.




1 v --
,. LOST: Overstreet ,
*large male yellow la.: ;o
-collar. Answers to "Sport".
oPlease call 229-6939 between
8and 5, 6488304 in the even-



CONCRETE FINISHING

CONCRETE FINISHING


S All Types
Free Estimates.
o 1-784-0831
S .... tp 3/20

SEA BREEZE FLORIST
Nell Bryant
Mexico Beach
648-8141
4tc 3/13


BOB'S SMALL
ENGINE REPAIR
Tillers, Chain Saws, Lawn
Mowers & Weed Eaters
Atlantic St., St. Joe Beach
S 648-5106
tfc 1/2

HOUSES TO BE TORN
DOWN LOTS TO BE
CLEARED YARD WORK
LANDSCAPING
Free Estimates
229-8891
4tc3/13


LARRY'S
S BIKE SHOP
S i announces its
MARCH INTO SPRING
ISALE-A.BRATION
with a large selection of
new, used and recondition-
ed bicycles for your riding
pleasure. Also check out
ourfull line of parts and ac-
Scessories. We are presently
adding a line of SKATE
BOARDS and PARTS.
116 Monument Avenue
227-1342
3t3/13


SI as s:me. '" a '



kills bugs for
tup 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
tfc 7/4


SUPERIOR DRY WALL
Specializing in Repairs
& New Work
Leroy Ganey
229-8509
S4tp 3/6

WILL DO CARPENTER
WORK of ALL TYPES
Remodeling, Roofing
Painting
Vinyl Siding & Soffit Work
Mobile Home Repairs
Also Minor Plumbing &
Electrical Repairs
22 years experience
648-8651
tfc 12/12
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
MUTUAL OF OMAHA
Are you paying too much for
your health insurance? Call
Mr. Hill at 648-8557.
tfc 2/20

COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY. INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave.. Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tr 7/4


HOUSE WIRING
ELECTRICAL DESIGN
REPAIRS
Guaranteed Results
Let Us Bid Your Next Job
THORNTON
ASSOCIATES
648-5142
10tp 3/6


CLEANING
Businesses and Churches
Free Estimates
Bondable References
.Available: .
Call'2296801
4tp 3/6


DESIGN
DRAFTING
PLOT PLANS
HOUSE PLANS
SPECIFICATIONS
648-5142
10tc2/20



SIGNS
Boyer Signs
648-8442
Billboards Boat, Truck
& Window Lefferng
Lighted, Magnetic & Routed Signs
Plastic & Styrofoam Letters
Camera Ready Art a Logos


3 ROOMS
CARPET
CLEANED
$39.95
Living room, Dining Room,
& Hall, or Great Room up
to 270 sq. ft.
Deep soil extraction
available for extremely
dirty carpets.

Call Today for This Special
Introductory Offer


CUSTOM
LEAN
648-8891
Out of Town Call Collect


REAL ESTATE
APPRAISING
Margelyn G. Woodham,
MRA
Hours: 9-5 Mon. Fri.
648-8231 or 227-7260
Appraisals ordered by Tues-
day P.M. will be completed
by Monday next. Please
allow five working days for
your appraisal to be com-
pleted. Your business is
greatly appreciated.
tfc 11/7
JOE ADAMS
CONSTRUCTION
Any Type Building
Commercial Residential
State Lic. No. RG0027009
Located across from Health
Dept.
408 Long Avenue
Phone 227-1875
Psychological services for
anyone with problems in
day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
Joe, 227-1145 (24 hours)


THE LAUNDRY ROOM
408 Reid Ave. 229-6954
Mo.-Sat., 8 a.m. 8 p.m.
Sun. 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
Self service or drop/off


St Joseph Bay
Constructorn
Rslddntial Lf





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


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



Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
Wauneta Brewer
St. Joe Beach
648-5043
tf5/86



ELIZABETH'S
CERAMICS

Greenware
Firing
Supplies ,
6 miles south of Wewa
Highway 71




SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of


Fishing Tackle FCC Licensed Technicians
HURLBUT SUPPLY FRANK RITCH
306 Reid Avenue 227.1590
tfc 7/4



The Sewing Room
p .S 410 A Reid Avenue to
A Port St. Joe, Florida O

'Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"







Southern Erectors, Inc.
EQUIPMENT RENTAL
BOOM CRANES AIR COMPRESSORS
BACKHOES WELDING EQUIPMENT
DUMP TRUCKS
,-1-" Phone Day 227-1570
Night 648-8417



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


aJ


HANNON REALTY, Inc.
904) 227-1450
FRANK HANNON, Broker
SALES ASSOCIATES
Evenings and Weekends:'
Margaret Hale 648-5659
Frances Chason 229-8747 oy Smith
Larry McArdle 227-1551 .- O :
HOMES
Port St. Joe: New Listing: 4 bedroom, 2 bath, family room, fireplace,
enclosed porch, chain link' fence. 1 lots, outside storage, in-good
neighborhood. $49,500.
St. Joe Beach: 2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home, central heat & air. 1,488
sq. ft. having space, 12x62' Florida room, 6x16' screen porch, 6x12' covered
deck, partially furnished, sat. dish, $48,000.
St. Joe Beach: Large brick home on 2 lots, 3 bedroom. 2 bath den.
fireplace, 2 car garage, $92,00
Port St. Joe: Price Reduced: Owner ready to move! 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
separate dining room, den, cen. heat and air, carport, extra lot, now only
$57,000.
Port St. Joe: Nice corer lot 2 or 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, frame with siding
& new roof. Covered patio and carport. $38,000.
St. Joe Beach Reduced Owner Says Sell! 3 bedroom, 2 bath townhouse
fronting Hwy. 98 with dedicated beach for your use. 1,406 sq. ft. only
$65,250.
Port St. Joe: New Listing: 3 bedroom, 14 bath, great room with
fireplace, den, new carpet, panelling, patio, outside storage, 2 lots.
$39,500.
Port St. Joe: Lovely, almost new 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick home on lot and
%. Fireplace, dishwasher, trash compactor, dbl. car garage. Owner
ready to sell. Now only $72,500.
Port St. Joe: New Listing: Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, living room, dining
room, family room, inside workroom. 2 lots. $59,500
Port St. Joe: New Listing: 3 bedroom, 2 bath. family room, outside shop
or office, carport, plenty of space, $60.000.
Port St. Joe: 2. bedroom, 2 bath, den, separate dining room, garage.
$37,5...
Port St. Joe:, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, on 2 lots, fireplace, carport, real pine
paneling throughout. 1 mile from Gulf; close to school, church, and town.
Assumable mortgage. $37,200.
Port St. Joe: Large two store, house oncorner lot. 4 bdrms.. 1 bpth.
Chain link fence, new roof. $37,500.
Oak Grove: House in excellent condition, 3 bdrm., 2 bath. Screen porch,
outside storage, shaded lot, $37,000.
Port St. Joe: Good rental property at 1610 Long. 3 bedroom, 1 bath,
$29,500.
Port St. Joe: Masonry home in tip top shape, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, carport,
nice yard, $45,000.
SPort St. Joe: Stays rented, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, fenced yard, $27,000.
White City: Stocked fish pond and house on 5 acres, $40,000.
Howards Creek: Large 2 story home with plenty of room, 5 bedrooms, 2
bath. $47,900.
Mexico Beach: Beachside of Hwy. 98. Duplex, good for investment or ren-
tal property. $94,500.
St. Joe Beach: Large frame home, newly remodeled, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
fireplace, $50,000.
St. Joe Beach: Almost new stilt house. 2 bedroom, 1% bath, carport.
$69,500.
St. Joe Beach: Townhouse with super view, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fireplace,
decks, parking.
LOTS
Indian Pass: 1 block from water, 75'x105' $9,500.
St. Joe Beach: Corner Coronado & Americus, $15,000.
Stonemlll Creek Area: 40 acres, cleared $40,000.
St. Joseph Shores: 80' Gulf Front, Hwy. 98 to water.
Wewahitchka: 80 acres east of town, $80,000.
Mexico Beach: Texas Drive, 100'x100', $8,800.
Port St. Joe: Close to business district 50x170', $8,000.
St. Joe Beach: Large tract 231' on Highway and waterfront.
White City: 'I acre on canal at bridge, $33,300.


REEVES FURNITURE &

REFINISHING SHOPPE


REFERENCES Phone 2296374
Call and Talk to Us About Getting
Your Furniture Refinished to'
Look Like New.
Across from Duren's Economy Store,
Highway 98 tc
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I NOTICES I


SERVICES


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P ORTON
POT PIES


6


8 oz.

$1


WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE
DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


5 Lb. Bag
PILLSBURY 78C
FLOUR.... 1

II




LB. BAG ONLY
8 O'CLOCK $ 19
COFFEE.... 3






IGA 18 ounce
PEANUT $119
BUTTER..


RONCO 7 Oz. Pkg.
MAC. &
CHEESE ..


i3$1


PICNIC 32 Ounce
MAYON- o
NAISE.... 99


TOTINO'S
PIZZAS


WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE
DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


1


Choice Tablerite Beef Boneless 88
SIRLOIN TIP ROAST b. 1.8
Choice Tablerite Beef Boneless
SIRLOIN TIP STEAK b. $208
Country Skillet Premium Grade (Family Pak) A
FRYER DRUMSTICKS ..... lb.
County Skllet Premium Grad e (Family Pk)
FRYER THIGHS......... b. 6b
Fresh Frozen (10 Lb. Bucket) 4
PORK CHITTERLINGS bucket u.46
Olde Smithfield Lower Salt/ lo Sugar $
BONELESS HAMS ...... Ib. .O68
FLORIDA CITRUS FRUIT
JUICY ORANGES, PINK
or WHITE GRAPEFRUIT


IDULDISP


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Lykes Family Favorite o l28
SLICED BACON ..... 12oz. 1 2
Meat or Beef 98
LYKES WIENERS ...... 12z. 9
Lyces Sliced $20
COOKED HAM ..... 1.oz. ZUO
Lykes Sliced
BOLOGNA or JUMBO FRANKS .. .b. l.O
IGA Tablerte Hot or Mild 98
PORK SAUSAGE......... Ib.
RUDY FARM Hot or Mild 99
SAUSAGF PATTIES .... 31b. "5.


Fresh Florida
Strawberries


5 Ib. bag Am W


Fancy Salad'
Tomatoes......
Fancy
Pole Beans....


Red Seedless,
White Seedless, Black Exotic
GRAPES


IIGA 12 Oz.
ORANGE JUICE 79


Ore Ida 2 Lbs. Bag
CRINKLE CUTS .....
Meadow Gold Supreme Gallon Rounds
ICE CREAM........
Meadow Gold 6 Pak
Ice Cream Sandwich


in Red Potatoesw sb.
pint 79 Red Potatoes. 5 lb. bag 99


b 9. YFrllw Squash... b
lb. 15 Yellow Squash... ib. 19


TROPICANA s4 09
ORANGE JUICE.. e4o. Al
IGA Butter Quarters ..... m. 1.59
KraftVelveeta Cheese.. 2N. $3.49
Amer. Heritage Cheese Slices 120. 79"
Dean's French Onion Dip so. 2188
Sealtest Reg.Cottage Cheese 24. $1.39
Sealtest LNL Yogurt...... e.,. j$i'

MENDE 16 Oz. Pkg. frdzen
Turips w/Roos 8
McKEN^^^^IE 4 Ear Mg.^^^n^
Kff~ii~li$109


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LESUEUR
PEAS...


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OODLES of 4$1
NOODLES. .


BUTTER-ME-NOT 5 Count
MERICO 4/$1
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PEANUT 4$99
OIL ....


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Home Gardens Come In All




Sizes One Will Fit Your Needs
by Roy Lee Carter Vegetable gardening is ever before. We usually context of the backyard -,
more popular today than discuss this subject in the ,arden. However, that isn't ,
Salwav fir to tr h Or in' A I '


Public Notices -


S NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS
APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF
ABANDONED PROPERTY
Pursuant to Section 13, Chapter 717,
.Florida Statutues, entitled "Florida
Disposition of Unclaimed Property
:'Act", notice is hereby given that the
persons listed below appear to be
owners of unclaimed personal or in-
tangible property presumed abandon-
ed. THIS DOES NOT INVOLVE REAL
ESTATE.
Owner: Gomillion, Ricky L, P. O. Box
P8, Port Saint Joe, FL 32453, account
number 3929-1985-0001; Harris,
: IThomas F., 506 8th Street, Port Saint
.Joe, FL 32453, 0254-19850548; Slack,
S.A., P. O. Box 515, Wewahltchka, FL
S32465, 3089-1985008; WIlson, J. T., 802
Garrison Avenue, Port Saint Joe, FL
.32453, 3089-1985-0009; Womble,
Wallace, P. O. Box 542, Port Saint Joe,
FL 32453,0254-19854513.
Information concerning the amount or
description of the property. (such as
unclaimed checking accounts, savings
*accounts, utility deposits,,.stocks,
bonds, insurance refunds, safe deposit
.boxes, etc.) and the names and ad-
dresses of the holder of such personal
property may be obtained by anyper-
son possessing an interest ,l the pro-
--ierty by addressing an inqiy to
Gerald Lewis, State Comptroller,
SAttn: Abandoned Property Section,
*- 202 Blount Stret, Tallahassee, Florida
S32301 (904) 48-0510. The Pensacola Of-
flee telephone number Is (904)
436.41 0. Be sure to mention the ac-
count' number AFTER the name as
published in this notice. Unless proof
of ownership Is presented to the holder
Sby May 4, 1986, the propertywill be
delivered for custody to the Comp-
troller of Florida. Thereafter, all fur-
ther claims must be directed to the
S Comrptroller of Florida.
; GERALD LEWIS
COMPTROLLER OF FLORIDA
2t 3/13
,: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
STEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
: THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND'
Z FOR GULF COUNTY.
-. Case No. 86-57
: INRE: The Marriage of
LEROY GANEY, JR.,
Husband- Petitioner,,
; 'and
CORNELIA ROSE MARIE
S GANEY,
Wife-Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CORNELIA ROSE MARIE
GANEY
S Rt. 1, Box 601A
: St. Charles Parrish, LA
: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
"- that an action for the dissolution of
_: your marriage to Leroy Ganey, Jr.,
Shas been filed. You are required to
serve a copy of your defenses, if any,
on FRED N. WITTEN, Attorney at
Law, whose address is 408 Long
SAvenue, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, on
or before April 14, 1988, and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court,
either before service on Petitioner's
SAttorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
Against you for the relief demanded in
the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and official seal
of this Court, on March 5, 1986.
JERRY T. GATES,
CLERK OF COURT
By: /s/ Tonya Knox,
SDeputy Clerk (SEAL)
S4t3/!3'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
STHE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
: FOR GULF COUNTY.
SCese No. 86-55


IN RE: The Marriage of
Robin L. Giddens McCarthy, Wife,
Petitioner,
And
William Jeffrey McCarthy, Husband,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF SUlT
TO: William Jeffrey McCarthy
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage 'has been filed against you and
Syou are required to serve a copy of
Your Answer or other response to the
Petition on:
Robin L. Giddens McCarthy
Box 775
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
and file the original thereof in the Cir-
cuit Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida, on
or before the lth day of April, 1986. If
you fail to do so, a Final Judgement for
the relief sought may be granted by
Default.
DATED this the 5th day of March,
1986.
JERRY T. GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /1s Tonya Knox,
Deputy Clerk 4t3/13

BID NUMBER 196 WWTP
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids for one (1) DAVEY PORT-
ABLE COMPRESSOR or
EQUIVALENT. All bids must be
F.O.B., Port St. Joe and approximate
delivery date shown.
Specifications may be obtained from
the City Clerk's Office, P. 0. Box 278,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 Bid open-
ing will be held April 1, 1986, at 8:00
p.m., E.S.T., in the Municipal Building'
at the regular meeting of the City
Commission.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
/s/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor-Clerk
S. 213/13

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME IAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY gien that the
undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE PETAL SHOPPE, 319 Reid
Avenue, Port St Joe, Florida 32456, in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Gulf
County, Florida.
.OWNERS: Jim and Carol Faison
319 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
/s/ JIM FAISON
/s/ CAROL FAISON
4tc3/13

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA '.
IN PROBATE
CASE NO. 86-16
-, IN RE: ie.EtaLteoE
MAUDIE L.-THOMPSON
NOTICFBOF 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 oftheEstateof
MAUDIE L. THOMPSON, deceased,
file number 86-16 is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court of Gulf County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which
Is P. O. Box 968, Port St. Joe, FL. The
Personal Representative of the Estate
Is HENRY LEE THOMPSON, whose
address is Route 3, Box 271, Wewahit-


chka, Florida. The name and address
of the personal representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the Estate are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE (3) MON-
THS 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 demand they may have.
Each claim must be in writing and
must indicate the basis for the claim,
the name and address of the creditor
or his Agent or Attorney and' the.
amount claimed. If the claim is not yet
due, the date when it will become due
shall be stated. If the claim is con-
tingent or unliquidated, the nature of
the uncertainty shall be stated. If the-
claim is secured, the security shall be
described. The Claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to the
Clerk to enable the Clerk to mail one
copyto each Personal Representative.
All persons interested in the Estate
to whom a copy of tiis Notice of Ad-
ministration has: been mailed are re-
quired, WITHINTHREE (3) MON-
THS FROM THE;DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to flle an objections they
may have that challenge the validity
f. the decedent's will, the qualifica-
tions of the personal representative 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 is March 13.
1986.
/sf HENRY LEE THOMPSON,
Personal Representative of the
Estate of MAUDIE L. THOMPSON
Is/ WILLIAM J. RISH,
303 Fourth Street .
P. O. Box 39 ,
SPort St. Joe, Florida 32456
(904) 2294211
Attorney for Personal Representative
2t1/13


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number of Floridians who
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apartments and condomin-
iums, where there's little or
no backyard to be had.
Just because you don't,
have a big yard with lots of
room, doesn't mean you can't
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can enjoy working with a
strawberry barrel or ahalf
dozen plants as much as any
backyard garden. My infor-
mation for this article was;
provided by vegetable spe-
cialist, Jim Stephens, of the.
University of Florida's Insti-
tute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences.
In addition to being an
enjoyable activity, mini-gar-
dening is both practical and
ornamental. Containers fit
almost anywhere in the land-:'
scape, on patios, porches,
and balconies, even rooftops.:
Depending on the type of
vegetables you plan to grow,
there's practically no limit to"'
the kinds of containers you
can use, pots and pans, milk
jugs, hollow concrete blocks,
bushel baskets, trash cans,
barrels,. drums, and even
plastic bags. Just be sure the
container, yod choose will
hold the soil in and let excess .
water drain out.
Once you have selected a
container and have decided
\hat to grow, it's time to
think about a growing med-
ium. You can plant in either


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Il Virginia pine, given to the Center by her
Celc brrates 93rd family, in her honor, to be used as a living
Christmas tree. Mrs. Cur.cie spends much of
Mrs. Evelyn Curcie, a resident of Bay. her time corresponding with friends and
St. Joseph Care Center, celebrated her 93rd family, receiving mail daily from many
birthday recently with a special cake made places, including Canada, Scotland and
by her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Wilbur of California. She was widowed 27 years ago,
Compass Lake. Other members of her has seven children, 32 grandchildren, 44
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such as I have mentioned, ist
quite different from the
methods used with soil mixed
or in backyard gardens. Soil
substitutes are porous and
don't hold moisture or nutri-
ents very long. Using such
media, you need water and
fertilizer often.
Normally, drench the' con-
tainei with a nutrient solu-
tion once or twice a day as
many as five times a day if
it's especially hot and dry.
The soil mixes we mention-


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organic matter and' some
fertilizer, usually retain
moisture well. They don't
need such frequent watering
and fertilization. You can
maintain a normal garden
watering schedule, and add
fertilizer every week or two.
You can drench with a
soluble fertilizer, or spread
common, dry fertilizer on the.
soil surface and water it
thoroughly into the root zone.
Just don't apply too much, or


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If you want to grow vege-
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ordinary garden soil, 'or
prepared soil mix. A good
growth medium can be made
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I'.\GE FIFTEEN


Guidance Department Introduces New Activities


Pictured above, Joe Brown, English Russ; Roy Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
. instructor, congratulates TIP participants: Clint Campbell and Paula Peridarvis,
Peter Klope, son of Mrs. Margaret Klope; daughter ol Mrs. Pauline Pendarvis.
Benjamin Russ, ,son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie


SMrs. Kathryn Parker, center and Sarah
Riley, right. go over (lIOICES print-out
with Terry Quinn and John Joseph Parker
'as Steven Cullinsuorth explores VIEW


microfiche. Mrs. Parker is a weekly
volunteer in the Guidance office and works
with 7th graders during exploration activi-
ties. -Star photos


This week features sneak varied educational exper-
previews of the Guidance' iences designed to develop
Department at Port St. Joe' positive self-concepts, and
Jr.-Sr. High. The Career thereby improve attitudes,
Center has been an active behavior and grades, if -
part of the learning process applicable. Students are
during the 1985-86 school performing several tasks on
year. A new concept in, rotating shifts on a weekly
learning activities has been basis in which students are in
designed that involves var- charge of decision making
ious strategies for student and planning. A tutorial
involvement. service is also a part of
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vocational and-or technical visor t the end c n the
schools in the Career Center. school year, recommenda-
Students have been trained tion forms will be filled in
to assist other students ina each participant's record for
exploring information using future purposes.
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CHOICES-a computerized: ers participated in TIP
system. Vr W microfiche sponsored by Duke Univer-
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Amn. Boykins Q :
Finishes Course'
Airman Jerry L. Boykins,
grandson of Vinia M. Boykins -.
of Port St. Joe, and son of'"
Barbara Andrews of Riviera Ovet
Beach, has graduated from
the U.S. Air Force munitions'
maintenance course at Low-
ry Air Force Base. Colo.
SDuring the course, stu-
dents were taught to inspect,
assemble and- dispose of
explosive munitions. They
also earned credits toward
an associate degree through:
the Community College of the .
Air Force. A


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Graham Selected for'University Who's Who
S '.....t..~ A-..... Anthony Wayfon Graham basel on acade
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-- Public Notices Cumberland School of Law, nity, leadership
SliSamford University, has ricular activitit
bpnZ lq Ct 'd fr inctlusioi n Gm" h in it.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 86-14
IN RE: ESTATE OF
LUVONIA SKIPPER,
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
LUVON1A SKIPPER, deceased, File
Number 86-14, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Gulf County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of which is
1000 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe, FL The
Personal Representative of the Estate
is INEZ S. KEITH McCALL, whose ad-
dress Is Rt. A, Box 227, Youngstown,
Florida 32466. The name and address
of the personal representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the Estate are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE 13) MON-
THS 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 demand they may have.
Each claim must be in writing and
must indicate the basis for the claim,
the name and address of the creditor
or his Agent or Attorney and the
amount canned. If the claim is not yet
due, the date when it will become due
shall be stated. If the claim is con-
tingent or unliquidated, the nature of
the uncertainty shall be stated. If the
claim is secured, the security shall be
described. The Claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to the
Clerk to enable the Clerk to mail one
copy to each personal representative.
All persons interested in the Estate
to whom a cop f this Notice of Ad-
ministration 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-
tions of the personal representative 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 is March, 13,
1986.
/s/Inez S. Keith McCall,
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of LUVONIA SKIPPER,
Deceased.
Attorney for Personal Represen-
tative:
J. DONELSON JONES,
222 East 4th Street
Panama City, FL 32401
Telephone: (904) 763-8466
2t3/13
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned intends to register with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gulf
County, Florida, four weeks after the
first publication of this notice, the fic-
titious name or trade name under
which they will be engaged in business
and in which said businesses to be car-
ried on, to-wit:
SURE FUTURE, INC.
d/b/a SURE SHOT PEST CONTROL
818 Marvin Avenue
P. O. Box 554
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
4t3/6


NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids in duphcate will be
received until 3:30 P M., E.T., April 3,
1986 by the Gull County School Board.
Port St. Joe, Flprida, at which time
and place all bids will be pubhcl.
opened and read aloud for:
INTERMEDIATE CLASSROOM
BUILDING
WEWAHITCHKA ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
The contractor shall furnish all
labor, materials, and equipment and
shall be responsiblefor the entire com-
pletion of this project.
Plans, specifications and contract
documents may be inspected at the of-
fice of the Architect, State Road 22,
Wewahitchka, Florida. and may be
procurred by General contractors,
upon a deposit of $50.00 per set of plans
and specifications, of which the full
amount will be refunded to each
General contractor who submits a bid
and all other deposits for other than
Sone complete set of plans and specifi-
cations will be refunded less deduction
to cover reproduction cost of $30.00.
each set All documents must be
returned in good condition within ten
(10) days after the date of opening of
bids.
Cashier's check, certified check, or
bid bond, for not less than 5% of the
amount of bid, must accompany each
proposal.
Performance, labor and material
bond. and workman's compensation
Insurance will be required of the suc-
cessful bidder.
.Right is reserved to reject any and
alliproposaland waive technicalities.'
.. No bidder may withdraw his bid for
a period'of-thirty (30) days after date
set for opening.
Walter Wilder, Superintendent
Gulf County School Board
Port St. Joe, Florida
Charles A. Gaskin, ARA
ARCHITECT
P. O. Box 7
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465
3t3/13


.een seUec etA i iiU o sA lai.4.AVAa T ralamlll is
the 1986 edition of Who's Who and Mrs. Way
Among Students in American Graham serves
Universities and Colleges. dent of the
Selection for the honor is Student Bar As


mic achieve-
o the commu-
Sin extracur-
es.
he son of Mr.
lon Graham.
as the presi-
Cumberland
sociation.


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