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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: April 17, 1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880

SFORTY-EIGHTH YEAR, NUMBER 33


THE SAR

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

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1986


250 Per Copy


Ward Ridge Makes Request



Mayor McCulley Says 90% Want to Join Port St. Joe


Ward Ridge Mayor Allen news, with Bobby Hicks
McCulley made a verbal making a. request for city
request to, the Port St. Joe s.wer to the area.
City Comimission Tuesday When the street- was first
night to accept his small city
into the environs of Port St. opened in the early 50's, the
Joe. City couldn't afford to put
sewer in. Several times since
Ward Ridge, which joins thenthe City has attempted
the Port St.'Joe City Limits toen the Ciy has attempted
on two sides, is made up to put service in place, only
some two dozen households to be rebuffed by the resi-
and a city hall. In recent dents, who didn't want to pay
ee, the have ben re- ,a. front-foot assessment for
'weeks, there have been re- service when they al-
ports filtering in to the City the service when they al-
Commission the smaller city ready had septic tanks in
wished to be absorbed by place and operating.
Port St. Joe, but no formal Hicks septic tank is now
request-had been filed. giving trouble and he wants
Tuesday, McCulley said he. the city to come in with the
was making that request on sewer, but it reluctant to pay.
.behalf of his Commission. the estimated $1,000 assess-,
The Ward Ridge. Mayor ment for the main to be laid.
StoldPort St. Joe's Commis- : Past history has revealed
sion the small city owed no another probleni with '10th
money, had no debts and had Street, which makes installa-
at least enough money in the tion of, a main line mdre
bank tbo take care of their expensive. The homes at the
present year's expenses. east end of the street are
"We can pay our own way", built on an elevation which
he said. McCulley said about. makes it almost impossible
90 percent of the.people of to get enough "fall" and run
Ward Ridge were desirous of the main to Garrison Avenue,
annexation with Port St. Joe. receiving the proper gravity
The Commission advised flow in the line. In the past
McCulley they would take his the only two sohltions to the
request under advisement gravity flow problem has
and in the meantime, his been to run a main to the
Commission 'should pass:.a: swampy :area east of 10th
resolution stating their posi- Street and then to Fifth
tion and present it, in writ- Street or go under Garrison
'ipg.to'the City of Port St Avenue and run to the main
Joe. City attorney William J., on Marvin Avenue, or install
Rish said he would help with "a lift station. Either solution
preparation of the document, is expensive and has delayed
ih nihTREET SEWER 'D the project in years past.


Commissioner Nathan Pet-
ers suggested the city had
been "negligent" in the past
in not providing the service
and said the City should
provide the service with no
assessments.
Commissioner James B.
Roberts shot down Peters'
proposal by pointing out it
wouldn't be fair to the many
who have already paid as-
sessments to provide service
free to 10th Street.


OTHER BUSINESS:
In othqr business matters,
the Commission:
-Received three bids' for
paving Forrest Hill Ceme-.
tery Streets and the ap-.
proaches to the bridge on
16th Street. Baxter Asphalt
and Concrete of Marianna,
was the apparent low bidder
on the project.
-Allowed a group organiz-
ing a class reunion to use
Washington High Recreation


Center free of charge and
agreed to offer a teen age
group, which had paid the
regular fee for the center on
the same date, use of the
Centennial Building.
-Agreed to allow the
Washington Recreation Cen-
ter to supervise the use of the
building arnd issue monthly
reports to the City Commis-
sion, setting fees for the-
,users. City policy in the past
has been to collect a $100


deposit from any group or
person wishing to use a
public building to cover
cleaning costs if the building
isn't adequately cleaned by
the sponsoring organization
or individual.
-Agreed to consider pur-
chasing a quantity of inex-
pensive concrete vaults to
bury paupers in, after burial
Sin. wooden devices have
caused problems from cave-
ins at the two cemeteries.


Sewer service for 10th
Street on the east .sidej
' GarrisR.n avenue iha'been in
the news periodically since
the ear'y 1950's, when the
street was first opened to
development. Tuesday night,
S the issue'was back in the,


Hicks was reluctant to
agree to alying ah assess-


mentRi01 T ueSdy eight,
but it is the same policy
which has been followed in
the installation of sewer
service for the past several
years.


BLOOD DONORS inupb 50 uni of blood. Before the3 closed doii'eraid'6fi ...
Wednesday afternoon to participate in a collection Wednesday night. 128 units had been taken and several
prograni to furnish blood and blood products for Mrs. potential donors were rejected for one reason or another.
Linda Wright, who is a patient at Siands Hospital in ., The collection ser ice %as provided free by Florida Blood
Gainesville, undergoing bone marrow transplant. The Center and was al-ranged for by Gulf Pines Hospital.
collection center came expecting to collect approximately \ -Star photo


County Commission trying to Cone U


p with


New District Formula


SThe Gulf County Commission
. were at work in a special workshop
caucus yesterday afternoon, as The
Star went to press, trying to hammer
out a .hew and, acceptable. set of:
district lines to be used in the new
single member district voting plan.
The County, like the Gulf County.
School Board, has decided to accept


, the new. voting concept without
opposingit in court, after advice from
their attorney had.advised them it;
would be futile to do so.
The Board met last Thursday in
a similar session to consider the new
.voting district set-up announced last
week by the School Board. The results
of the meeting were that the Cominis-


sion decided against accepting the
School Board plan.
"They say they were under- a
time-table", Branch said, "but -we're
not under that' much of a push.
Somebody has been telling their
members something we don't believe
is so, so far as having to have this
thing 'done at any certain time is'


concerned", Branch said. ',.
5The School Board agreed to
present their version of a plan which
would re-shape the Commission Dis-
tricts, with the exception of District
Four, which information has informed
them should remain exactly as it is,
for .any plan to be 'acceptable by
Nathan Peters, Jr., who filed the
lawsuit instigating the change in
voting practices here in Gulf County.
For that reason, Commissioner
Eldridge Money has insisted that


whichever plan the County and the
School Board adopt, they should be
the same plans, so as to remove as
much confusion as possible in voting
and in area of responsibility. "It the
districts are different, some voters
could face the possibility of having to
go to two different precinct voting
places to cast all their votes at
election time", he said.
Branch insists there is still time
for the School Board to make changes
in their District boundary lay-out and


he hopes. the two boards can get
together to agree on such a lay-out.
"We have a couple of people
working right now on the population
make-up of the county and we hope to
have these figures by our meeting
next week", Branch told The Star
Friday of last week.
Branch said, "We're not interest.-
ed in.getting into a court case which"
we can't win", but the chairman:
indicated he was neither interested in
making a bad decision through haste:


Gaskin 'Teacher of the


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Extensive damage was done to this car by a crash Martha Roberts of St. Joe Beach; was hit by a second
on the overpass last Friday night. The car, driven by vehicle driven by Barbara Stein of Howard Creek.



3 Escape Serious Injuries


For the second successive
week, :a serious accident has
destroyed considerable property on
the highways in and around Port St.
Joe. This time, however, personal
injury was at a minimum, accord-
ing to local police records.
Friday night, at approximately
11:00 p.m., two cars crashed on the
Highway 98 overpass, creating a
gory scene of damage, but, luckily,
nobody was seriously injured in the
crash.
According to Port St. Joe Police


officer, James McGee, a vehicle
'driven by Barbara A. Stein of
Howard Creek was seen weaving
as it travelled north on Highway 98.
Evidence indicates the Stein car
weaved for the last time as it was
going down the incline on the north
side of the overpass, when it struck
a second vehicle being driven by
Martha H. Roberts, 42, of St. Joe
Beach. She and Marie Shurrum of
Highland View were on their way to
work in Port St. Joe when the
accident occurred.
The two cars collided on the


overpass. The impact tossed the
Stein vehicle down the embank-
ment and into a truck parked below.
The Roberts vehicle ended up on the
shoulder of .the roadbed which
crosses the overpass.
Roberts, Shurrum and 'Stein
were all taken to Gulf Pines
Hospital by Gulf County, where they
were examined and treated for cuts
and abrasions and released.
Officer McGee filed a charge of
driving with unlawful alcohol blood
level, against Stein.


Verre "Tweeta" Gaskin,
first grade teacher at Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School,
has been selected as Gulf
County Teacher of the Year
1987. In announcing her elec-
tion, Superintendent B. Wal-
ter Wilder says "The Teach-
er of the Year program is an
attempt to honor a teacher
who is representative of all
good teachers. Mrs. Gaskin
fits the bill admirably."
One of her colleagues
wrote the following tribute:
Gulf County teachers cer-
tainly chose a dynamic citi-
zen for their teacher of the
year. She is an outstanding
teacher, but her duties do not
end there. She has served as
an officer in the classroom
teacher's organization for
the past several years, and
on, many important commit-
tees.
She performs various civic
duties including: serving as
an EMT on Wewahitchka's
Volunteer Ambulance squad,
teaching Sunday School at
the First United Methodist
Church, serving the
Woman's Club in many capa-
cities, and directing Vacation
Bible School.
An outstanding graduate of
Huntingdon College, Mrs.
Gaskin is very active in
alumni affairs and looks
forward to the many festivi-
ties of her alma mater.
Mrs. Gaskin is to be
commended for the many


extra hours she spends pre-
paring the added "little
'things" that make school
interesting for students. The
word "no" is not in her
vocabulary when there's
work to be done for her
school and community.
One of five nominees from
Gulf County Schools, Mrs.


Gaskin was voted Teacher of
the Year by district-wide
screening committee com-
posed of personnel from each
school. Other nominees in-
cluded: Madeline Wynn, Port
St. Joe Elementary School;
Evelyn Cox, Wewahitchka
High School; Winston Wells,
Highland View Elementary


Year"
School; Greg Burch, Port St,
Joe High School.
In making the presentation
to Mrs. Gaskin, Superinten-
dent Wilder stated that all
the nominees were excellent
teachers and most worthy of
the recognition bestowed up-.
on them by their individual:
faculties.


S .


Verre Gaskin, left, a first grade teacher at Wewahitchka Elementary School, is being
presented a plaque by Superintendent Walter Wilder, designating her as "Teacher of the
Year" in Gulf County. -Star photo


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:Let's Make Change


Equi
V Somebody is stirring the mud
in Gulf County's attempt to do
something the greater majority of
.-he people, both black and white,
S don't want done-change the coun-
ty into single member voting
S districts.
SSomehow or other information
4is being spread around that both
-the School Board and the County
Commission is required by the
i.papers filed against them to do
Certain things which they may not
i be required to do.
We realize those opposed to the
Snew district make-up don't like it
Sone little bit and would rather do
something else. We're also aware
Sof the fact that the one or ones
-wishing to see the change brought
: about isn't going to get all he or
they want out of the deal, either.
: One thing for sure, though, is
that this is the most serious step
our County Commission and School
Board have had to decide since
single member districts were ruled
unconstitutional some 40 or more
years ago and the county adopted
the present method of electing
representatives.
SIn our opinion, those outside
:the action, of the court in the
:matter, should also be held in
:contempt of the court for interfer-
:ing in the process, but that will
never be.
In the meantime, we're going
.to encourage both our School Board


IGiving A La

Wewahitchka advertises itself
S 6n the sign marking its city limits
: -as the "Little Town With A Heart,
.in the Heart of the Dead Lakes".
One looks at that slogan aiid, if
he is just a big city slicker passing
rough, he probably. snickers
.something about those ".hicks"
:eut here in the boonies with-their
sentimental slogans.
Last week, people here in Port
:St. Joe qualified themselves as the
small town which would "give its
life's blood for you" in response to
.a call for a need of a huge quantity
of blood for Linda. Wright,.who is
-fighting for her life in Shands
Hospital in Gainesville.
; This little "hick" town with its
"'sentimental" people allowed their
arms to be punctured and 128 units
withdrawn to try and give the
young lady a fighting chance at life
.and survival.
Wonder if they would do that in
New York? or Atlanta? or Miami?
Since Wewa is the town with "A
:Heart" and Port St. Joe a town
which will- "give its blood", we
suppose that makes Gulf County a
:county which genuinely cares


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and the County Commission to pay
no attention to any expressions in
the suit, except those sent to them
by the court and do their job in a
manner to complement the county
and its people. The last time we
saw figures on it, there were some
11,000 people in this county who
needed to have their wishes
considered ... not just one, or two,
or three, or 300.
We see where an attempt has
been made to drive a wedge
between the School Board and the
County Commission, apparently in
an attempt to keep them from
getting together and coming up
with a solution which would serve
all peoples. of the county well.

As we see it, the present
system has been about as fair to
everyone as a system could be, but
the courts didn't see it that way.
They issued an order saying, do
something else. As long as we must
do something else, we think we
should do it. in as expeditious a
manner as possible.

We're paying 10,.men in our
county, approximately $10,000 each
per year. For this money we
deserve-no--we demand, that this
matter be given the best input from
both Boards and a solution arrived
at which will still allow our county
to be a place where everyone can
receive equal opportunity and
attention.


dy A Chance

about its people, doesn't it?
We've never been to New York,
but we have been to Atlanta and
Miami and other assorted cities of
their comparable size and the best
thing we can say about them is that.
they make you glad to leave and
tome back home to Gulf Couity.
For several years, we worked
with the Red Cross and its
activities in collecting whole blood
through its blood bank, but never
received a response like this. But,
the Red Cross was just collecting
blood for nobody in particular. If
there was a Linda Wright lying in a
hospital at the time, trying to
generate some bone marrow which
would make her some good blood,
and in the meantime, she had to
depend on the blood of others, we
believe the response would have
been the same.
Even though you expect such
response in a small town like
this-even from people who had
never given blood before-it still
comes as a satisfying shock when
so many people show they care so
much about their neighbor.


Comments:


T-RDY.AR -17. PAR C,
GE,.Z1 TWOY


Hunker Down with Kes


Lafayette, Where


Were You?
by Kesley Colbert


"From the halls of Monte-
zuma to the shores of Tripoli
.. When my brother and I
sang that song while we
played "save Europe" out in
the backyard years ago we
didn't even know where
Tripoli was. I don't'
remember that we qven
cared. This week eighteen U.
S. F-111 bombers found and
unloaded on selected parts of
that city. Today the whole
world, including me and
Dave, knows the exact loca-
tion of Tripoli.
Now, I'm not about to get
into the rightness or wrong-
ness of that move. The fact
that Khadafy is a bona fide,
first class, blooming idiot
doesn't have to be expound-
ed on. By his actions in the
past he has classified him-


self. I do realize that to deal'
with a bona fide, first class,
blooming idiot you must
sometimes go to extremes.
And we all know that an in-
dividual or a country can be
pushed just so far. It appears
that in dealing with this
fruitcake, the United States
of America has backed up as
far as she's going to go.
Shucks, I'm just like every
other real American citizen
- first, last and always;
right, wrong' or indifferent;
good, bad or passing fair,
boys, I stand with America.
I will tell you though that
one aspect of this story has
angered me more than just a
mite. That's the unforgiv-
able short memory of
France. They wouldn't let
the F-111's pass over their


air space. Now I suspect
that this was a political deci-
sion made by the leaders of
France. Maybe France
needs new leaders with
longer memories. I bet the
old Frenchman who was just
a young lad helping his
father in their little doughnut
shop on the outskirts of Paris
in 1918 hasn't forgotten. You
see, in May of that year the-
German army led by Kaiser
"Bill" was camped 40 miles
from Paris when the Ameri-
can Expeditionary Forces
led by General Black Jack
Pershing rolled into France.
The Germans were surpris-
ed at the speed with which
the Americans were trained
and in the fight. Will Rogers
says it only takes "half the
time when you're just train-


MW



ing them to go one way". Our
willingness to help our
"neighbor" didn't hurt our
response time either.
Needless to say, the Ger-
mans didn't get their dough-
nuts or even a glimpse of the
Eiffel Tower.
The price of restoring their
freedom was high. We left
49,000 brave Americans on
the battlefields of France.
You think we haven't bought
a little of their precious air-
space!
How about hopping into a
boat with me? We'll take.a
little ride across the English
Channel. It's early in the
morning of June 6, 1944. It's
kind'a damp and foggy this
morning as we head for a,
place no one has ever heard
of Normandy Beach,


somewhere on the coast of
France. That June morning
those American soldiers
were not going to the beach
to work on their tans. This
time France had been taken
completely by the Germans.
This time it was more diffi-
cult. It took more time, more
money and more AmericanL
lives than before. The results,
were the same. Now I wasn't
there in 1944 so I take no
credit at all in what happen-
ed. But I can say with great
pride that for the second
time in less than 30 years
America saved France. The
world had never seen the
likes of the American soldier
of World War II. Acts of
heroic proportions didn't
happen daily they happen-
ed hourly. You ask a soldier
about his role in the war and
they'd tell you there were
just over in France helping
out their "neighbor".
The French need to re-
member that in 1944 "Kilroy
was there". I say again -
they owed us some airspace.
What a mixed up world we
live in today. It's hard to tell
your friends from your ene-
mies. If you have some pro-
ven friends you should hang
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SUnexpected
SYOU DON'T HARDLY expect
.Someone to send you flowers when you
take their money. As a matter of fact,
I don't ever remember anyone
S ending me a flower or flowers unless
ift was one of the few times I might
ltave been sick or in the hospital or
.something.
S On several occasions I have,
received communication from adver-
(sers saying I have made an error in
S their ad, or the price was too high or
head was smaller or larger than they
Siiad imagined it would be.
: On a few occasions I have even
had people call up and say we did a
nice job with their ad when they
) brought in the copy written in hard
pencil, on the back of a paper grocery
sack... or a piece of newspaper, or a
gaper napkin, or maybe just a scrap
of envelope.
SOne person brought in three
.typewritten pages one time and said
he wanted the copy put in a two
column by four inch advertisement.
When we did it, he belly-ached
because the type was too small to
read.


Reward for Doing Job Catches Me by Pleasant Surprise


You get all kinds in the advertis-
ing business, as I am sure you do in
every kind of business.
+++++ADVERTISING, LIKE every-
ADVERTISING, LIKE every-


ETA


It is necessary for every business, but
the first cut-back a businessman
makes when receipts begin to fall off,
because he can't look at a one of the
dollars in his till and swear just how


for a person.
This past week was different. I
worked up an announcement ,ad for
Allemore's Real Estate Company,
and Ellen sent me a beautiful rose, all


1IN SHRDLU

I By: Wesley R. Ramsey


thing else, is too high to the person.
purchasing it, and too cheap to the
person selling it.
To the person producing it, the
customer is usually unreasonable
in what he expects his media person to
do. To the person making the
purchase, the media person just
doesn't seem to cooperate or under-
stand his' particular situation.
Advertising is a nebulous product.


many of them are there because he
purchased some advertising.
Understand, I believe in the
product. I think every bill a merchant
has in his till came from advertising-
-either by him or by the producer of the
goods he sells.
+++++
NEVER, NO, NEVER before
have I received a flower for my efforts
at producing an advertising message


gussied up in fern and ribbons and
reposed in a nice crystal vase, Friday,
after the paper had gone out on
Wednesday evening.
Now, that's the way to win
advertising media over to your way of
thinking. I hope she wasn't trying to
bribe me into not sending her a bill for
the ad. Somehow or other, I acquired
the habit of eating and I have a few
people working around here who have


caught the habit from me. We need
the money to keep up that habit, even
though we all probably do too much of
it.
I'll have to admit, the flower bit
caught me by surprise. It was a touch
I had never seen before after nearly 40
years in this business. As a matter of
fact, I couldn't believe it was
happening.
But it did!
I won't say I didn't earn it. If I
remember, Ellen brought in, for her
ad copy, a few lines scribbled on the
back of a label from off a can of
creamed corn. The copy was written
with what looked like maybe it was a
pencil that had been sharpened back
when it was new, but since that time
had just been worn down rather than
re-sharpened.
Ellen is a cracker-jack of a
secretary and business woman I
understand, but she must have been in
a hurry or on the spur of the moment
when she wrote that ad copy.
Come to think of it, it happens so
often down here at The Star, I'm


wondering if someone out there is
putting out a home do-it-yourself kit
on preparing advertising copy and
that's the way they instruct their
clients to prepare it?
If that's so, let me tell you, you
were cheated when-you bought that
book. That isn't the way it's done at
all.
+++ +
THE NEXT TIME Ellen brings an
ad in to The Star for placing in the
paper, I'm going to greet her at the
door, offer her my undivided attention
and offer to do the same superb job'
once more at deciphering her writing
and using my creative genius to once
again whip her up an ad which will at
least get me another small vase of
flowers, whether it sells her any real
estate or not.
A fellow could get used to that
kind of treatment in just a little while.
Come to think of it, I might even
offer to sharpen her pencil for her and
offer her a piece or two of newsprint
ends off the press to write her copy on
the next time she prepares it.


St. Joseph's
High
April 17 3:52p.m.
April 18 5:00p.m.
April 19 6:03p.m.
April 20 7:28 p.m.
April 21 11:48a.m.
9:46p.m.
April 22 9:30a.m.
April 23 9:06 a.m.


THE STAR


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THURSDAY, APR. 17, 1986 PAGE THREE


SHAD

PHANTRY
by Wendell Campbell





Things Men Like

A FEW DAYS AGO I was thinking about how
wonderful life is and all that it has to offer when I sud-
denly thought, "I wonder if other people, especially
men, think life is wonderful, too. And, I also wonder, if
they think it is, what do they like most about life?"
Within a few minutes I had decided to make a survey
and see what men liked most about life. I decided to put
them in order of preference and rank them one through
ten.
IT TOOK SOME PLANNING, but I finally finished
the survey and I was not too surprised or impressed.
Here are the results, with a few explanations, lest some
of you be offended. I
1) Beautiful Women I would have thought food
would place first, but I was wrong. Men love
women and prefer beautiful women for their
wives, daughters, sisters, aunts, girlfriends,
and Boy George. One man had on earrings, but I
didn't ask him.
2) Beverage This one ran a close second. As a
matter of fact, it would have tied for first, but
there were two Mormons in the survey and they
wouldn't admit to drinking anything except
water.
3) Good Food This one fell in right after No. 2 and-
the preference ran from exotic French cuisine
to possum' and turnip greens. Most men also
noted that they preferred to eat right after they
had had a few beverages and looked at some
beautiful women.
4) Sports This one was a bit farther down the line
than I expected. Men seem to be confused by all
the different sports that are available and the
year-round airing of football. Most were looking
forward to a weekly program featuring women
mud-wrestling.
5) Pretty Girls This one came up out of n6 where.
The men preferred pretty girls as neighbors,
working companions, people to bump into.and
as someone to mud wrestle with.
6) Good Job Actually, the men interviewed would
like to have ranked this one a little higher, but
said they would forego the ranking for some or
all of the above.
7) Lots of Money All of the men agreed that they
would prefer to have more money, but they
knew they would have to work harder and miss
out on a lot of numbers one through six. Money
and some of the above don't mix, they told me.
8) Fancy Cars I had todrag this one out of them.
Most of the men couldn't think of anything else
so I mentioned cars and they said O.K. They
contended that it was not how you got there, the
fact that you arrived was the important point.
9) Children Most of the men wanted children.
Some wished they had waited until later to have
children, but they wouldn't "take anything for
the ones they had." Some stated that they would
have' preferred adopting children when they '
- W'. i'e.about twenty=five-or thirty-the children,
that is.
10) A Wife Like Mom This was the only topic on
the list that made any sense to me. Actually, I
think it deserves a higher ranking but objective
reporting kpows no! bias. They did state,
however, that they wished Mom had looked a lot
more like Bo ieir1k.
I must admit that this survey was not taken from
typical American men. It was taken at the nineteenth
hole, one hour after we had finished playing golf last
Saturday.
I did not vote on any of the above.


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OBITUARIES:

Pauline W. Sowers Dies

Following Long Illness


S Mrs. Pauline W. Sowers,
71, passed away Tuesday in
a Crestview Hospital follow-
ing an extended illness. She
was a native and lifelong
resident of Port St. Joe and
had been a registrar for the
Gulf County Health Depart-
ment for 20 years prior to her
retirement. She was also a
member of the First Baptist

Church of Port St. Joe.
She is survived by her
daughter, Virginia Wilson of
Crestview; four grandchil-
dren, seven great grandchil-
dren; one great great grand-
child; one brother, J. S.
Wetherington of Brenham,.
Texas; one sister, Lillie Mae
Paul of Brenham, Texas and
her step-daughter, Jeri Mc-

Hopper Infant
Dies Sunday
Nicholas Lee Hopper, the
infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Scott Hopper of St. Joe Beach
passed away Sunday in Bay
Medical Center, Panama
City.
Besides his parents, survi-
vors include: his grandpa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
Whitfield of St. Joe Beach,
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Hopper of St. Joe Beach; and
great grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Whitfield of Howard
Creek, and Dollie and Lozer
Goodwin of Pensacola.
Graveside funeral services
were held at 3:00 p.m. EST
Wednesday at Holly Hill
Cemetery with the Rev.
Jimmy Clark officiating. In-
terment followed.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fun-
teral Home.

Rites Held for
Virginia Todd
Mrs. Virginia Todd, 57, of
Apalachicola died Tuesday in
Port St. Joe following a brief
illness. She was a lifelong
resident of Apalachicola, and
was of the Jehovah Witness
faith.
SSurvivors include: her hus-
band,- Joe Lester Todd of
Apalachicola; her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Poulous
of Apalachicola; two daugh-
ters, Sherise Hartsfield of
East Point, and Geraldine
McKenzie of Sumatra; one
son, Joe J. Todd of Panama
City; nine grandchildren;
three brothers, Sonny Pou-
lous and Jerry Poulous, both
of Apalachicola, and Richard
Poulous of East Point; three
sisters, Faye Sharit of Apa-
lachicola, Maxine Creamier
of East Point, and Bobbie
Shiver of St. George Island;
Funeral services will be
held at 11:00 A.M. EST
Thursday at Magnolia Ceme-
tery, Apalachicola with inter-
Sment following.
All services are under the
direction of Comforter Fun-
eral Home, Port St. Joe.


Crae of Mobile and her fami-
ly.
Funeral services are
incomplete at this time.
Comforter Funeral Home
is in charge of all arrange-
ments.
Mrs. Thompson
Dies April 9
Leola Thompson, 65, pass-
ed away Wednesday evening,
April 9 at her home in


Wewahitchka. She was a
native of Calhoun County and
has resided in Wewahitchka
for the past five years.
Survivors include: two
sons, William Thompson of
Altha, and David Thompson
of Houston, Tx.; two bro-
thers, Edward and Durden
Hall of Wewahitchka; and
her sister, Lessie Grunawalt
of Columbia City, In.
Funeral services were held
Friday at 1:00 P.M. CST at
the Comforter Funeral Home
Chapel in Wewahitchka with
the Rev. Richard Bloodworth
and Earl Capps officiating.
Interment followed in New
Shiloh Cemetery in Jackson
County.
Comforter Funeral Home
was in charge of all services.


Rabies

Clinic

Friday
The Gulf County Environ-
mental Health Rabies Vac-
cination Clinic will be held
Friday, April 18 beginning at
4 p.m.
You are encouraged to
bring'your dogs and cats to
the Health Department Park-
ing Lot in Port St. Joe.
Fee for the vaccination is
$4.00. Dr. Timothy C. Nelson,
D.V.M., will be providing this
service.


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PAGE FOUR THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APR. 17, 1986


jMiss Grace Leann Clenney and Paul James


Davidson Exchange Wedding Vows March


Miss Grace Leann Clenney duel
'.and James Paul Davidson, and
:Jr. were united in marriage Tl
on March 22 at Long Avenue mar
Baptist Church. The wedding escc
was performed by Dr. Daniel fath
Duncan. gow
SThe bride is the daughter of broc
:Mr. and Mrs.* John L. Clen- dery
ney of Port St. Joe. Her pear
grandparents are Mrs. Mae was
Lee Bracewell and the late char
Joed Bracewell of Port St. The
.'Joe, Mrs. Grace L. Clenney lace
and the late Robert Clenney into
;f Defuniak Springs. The basq
groom is the son of Mr. and plea
Mrs. James P. Davidson, Sr. chal
of Port St. Joe. His grand- leng
parents are Mrs. Susan Eng
Davidson and the late San- biy
;ford Davidson of Bonifay, whi
.and Mr. and Mrs. Randall bac
:6oatney of Vernon. with
K Nuptial music was per- fresl
formed by Mrs. Janice Cox. chid
Solos were performed by mun
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t was performed by Mr.
Mrs. Mark Collier.
he bride was given in
rriage by her parents, and
irted to the altar by her
er. She wore a formal
n of candlelight satin
:ade, schiffili embroi-
r, chantilly lace and
rls. The high neckline
accented by English net,
ntilly lace and pearls.
long sleeves featured
windows, and tapered
wedding points. The
lue waistline had triple
ts and flowed into a
iel train. She wore a floor
:th pencil-edged veil of
lish illusion. It was held
a lace and pearl tiara
:h featured a pouf in the
k which was scattered
pearls. She carried a
h bouquet of roses, or-
s, tulips, daisies, lilies,
is, freesia, irises, and a*
ety of other spring flow-


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ers and greenery.
Miss Jan Clenney, sister of
the bride,,served as maid of
honor. Mrs. Traci Adkison
served as matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Miss Don-
na Jones and Mrs. Stephanie
Clenney, sister-in-law of the
bride.
Paul Davidson, Sr., father
of the groom served as best
man Groomsmen were
Keith Davidson, brother of
the groom, Harley Ward, and
Tres Parker. Ushers were
Eric Clenney, brother of the
bride and Robert Searcy,
brother of the groom.
The flower girl was Miss
Jennifer McMurray, niece of
the bride.
After the wedding, a recep-
tion was held in the church
fellowship hall, hosted by the
bride's parents. Hostesses
were Mrs. Ruth Pettis, Mrs.
Anita Ward and Mrs. Andrea
Griffin. Servers for the occa-
sion were Mrs. Margie Dos-
ter, Miss Sandy Ward, Mrs.
Felecia White, Mrs. Lynn
White, Miss Brandy Wood
and Mrs. Brenda Wood. The
wedding was directed by
Mrs. Barbara Duncan.
After a wedding trip to the
mountains, the couple will
reside in Mexico Beach. The
groom is employed at Ari-
zona Chemical Company in
Panama City. The bride is
employed with St. Joe Forest
Products.
A rehearsal dinner was
hosted by the groom's pa-
rents on March 21 at Gulf
Sands Restaurant.
A miscellaneous shower
.was held, February 22 in
Bonifay at the home of Mrs.
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Martha Crawford. Hostesses
were Mrs. Mary Barrett,
Mrs. Martha Crawford and
Mrs. Estelle Crawford.
A miscellaneous shower


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was held March 1 at the home
of Mrs. Felecia White. Hos-
tesses were Mrs. Felecia
White. Mrs. Becky Johnson.
and Mrs. Margie Doster.


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Mrs. Robert Reining, left, and Mrs. Paul Kunel, put their luggage in the trunk as they prepare
to leave for Washington, D.C. for the 95th Continental Congress. -Star photo


Headed for Washington


H. MUBARAK, M.D.
Cardiologist
ER Physician

To meet the needs of our cardiology
patients and their families, Gulf Pines
Hospital announces the addition of H.
Mubarak, M.D. to its medical staff. Dr.
Mubarak completed his first two years of
residency training in Internal Medicine at
the Atlantic City Medical Center, Atlantic
City, New Jersey and his third year at the
St. Frances Medical Center, Trenton,
New Jersey. He completed two years of
cardiology fellowship at Rutgers Medical
School and is board certified as a
Diplomate in Internal Medicine. Dr.
Mubarak is in private practice at 514
Florida Avenue, Lynn Haven, Florida,
and has medical staff privileges at Bay
Medical Center, Gulf Coast Community
Hospital and Gulf Pines. He is married
and has two children.

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Mrs. Paul Kunel, regent-
elect of St. Joseph Bay
Chapter Daughters of the
American Revolution and.
Mrs. Robert Reining, re-
gistrar-elect, left Mexico
Beach, Sunday, April 13,
driving to Washington, D. C.,
for the 95th Continental Con-
gress of the National Society
DAR.
They will represent the
local chapter at the various
meetings and events report-
ing on the work of the
National Society throughout
the United States and other
countries. They will also vote
for the national officers to be
elected for the 1986-89 term.
The National Society's
Constitution Hall located on
the Mall across from the
White House will be dedi-
cated as listed'on the Na-
tional Historic Register dur-


ing the meeting.
Mrs. Kunel and Mrs. Rein-
ing will report to St. Joseph
Bay Chapter members at the
picnic supper meeting to be

Musical Drama
On Tap at FCS
Students of grades five and
six of Faith Christian School
will present a musical drama
under the direction of Mrs.
Michelle Teat on Tuesday,
April 22, at 7:00 P.M. The
drama, "Come on Over to My
Own Back Yard", will also be
given Tuesday morning at 9
and 10 a.m. for the student
body.
The young people partici-
pating in the performance
are students of Mrs. Sherry
Davidson and Mrs. Krista
Vinson.


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held in May at the beach
home of Mr. and Mrs.
William Rish on St. Joseph
Peninsula.


At the recent meeting of
the Port St. Joe Garden Club,
held Thursday, April 10. at
the Garden Center on Eighth
Street, under the guidance of
Mrs. Don Ashcraft, Mrs. Otis
Pyle (Margaret) presented a
beautiful program on African
violets.
Mrs. Pyle had with her a
variety of. plants from her
own garden. She told the
Group that most of these
plants had been developed
from a single leaf in about
four months, and she demon-
strated her techniques to a
very interested group.
Among other things, the
speaker told her listeners
that water is the number one
killer of African violets; and
that they should be watered
from the bottom, with ferti-
lizer in the water. She said
that if the plant is developed
from a leaf, a cord wick
should be used in the water
container beneath the plant,
the cord extending through a
: hole in the pot above; and she
emphasized the fact African
violets like to be pot-bound,
and that they should be
re-potted after six or eight
months; that small pots
should be used, not more
than three and one half
inches to four and one half.
As for spraying, the speaker
said that house and garden
sprays may be used, but that
there are also a number. of
special sprays. Again and
again Mrs. Pyle warned her
listeners against allowing the
plants to get too wet, and she
suggested more than once
that her listeners secure a
book on African violets.
Following the program,
delightful refreshments were
served by the hostesses, Mrs.
Anna Till, Rena Huie, and
Mrs. Bessie Nedley.
In the business meeting
that followed, officers were
t elected as follows: 1st Vice
President, Mrs. Mary Belin
(Mrs. Leonard); 2nd Vice
President, Mrs. Agnes Cul-
Spepper (Mrs. J. C:) W;Sbcre-
S tary, Mrs. Ralph A. Swatts,


A miscellaneous shower
was held March 10 at the
home of Mrs. Judy McClain.
Hostesses were Mrs. Traci
Adkison, Mrs. Treva Ber-
geron, Mrs. Doris Ford, Mrs.
Andrea Griffin. Mrs. Mary


Harrison, Mrs. Judy
McClain, Mrs. Jimmie Mc-
Leod, Mrs. Louise Parker,
Mrs. Eva Price, Mrs. Fren-
chie Ramsey, Mrs. Alice
Ward and Mrs. Carolyn
Williams.


Sr.; and Treasurer, Mrs.
Emmette Daniell. These offi-
cers will be installed in the
May meeting.

Men's Day at
Thompson Tem.
Thompson Temple, 222
Avenue E, Port St. Joe will
be presenting a program in
behalf of Men's Day Satur-
day night, April 26 at 7:30
p.m.
Everyone is invited to
come. Everyone is welcome.
Evangelist Rufus Canion
from Ft. Lauderdale will be
guest speaker.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Bro.
Alvin Chambers would like to
take this opportunity to say
thank you for the cards,
flowers, telegrams, visits,
and phone calls, and any
other. way you made our
sorrows easier to bear.
The Chambers Family


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Up

By Emily Roche
If you think teachers are
getting enough pay, just
name one other professional
you'd consider bribing with
an apple.
*
A lot of people can't handle
prosperity. But then, most
people don't have to.
.*
Happiness is getting a bill
you've already paid, so you
can write a nasty letter.
*
Age fifteen is when a boy
takes up weightlifting but
can't pick up his socks.
*
The hardest math to learn
is how to count your bless-
ings.
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Don't forget to in-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APR. 17, 1986


MICHAEL S. CROSS, SR.

New F.H.Pi Trooper


Michael S. Cross, Sr., son'
of. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin K.
Cross of Port St. Joe will be
graduating from the Florida
Highway Patrol Training
Academy in Tallahassee Fri-
day, April 18, after com-
pleting '15 weeks of basic


training in all phases of law
enforcement.
Upon graduation, Michael
will be assigned to duties in
Pinellas County where he
will be joined by his wife,
Donna,. and son, Mike, Jr.


2 Educators Attend Meet

On Elementary Education
Elizabeth Howell and Lin- Class size and learning for
da Whitfield have just return- the past three years. This
ed from attending the Flori- group closed its study this
da Council on Elementary session and the final report
Education Spring meeting was presented to the council
held April 10-11, in Orlando. by Mrs. Howell at the general
Mrs. Howell and Mrs. Whit- session on April 11.
field were appointed to serve Mrs. Howell will now act as
on the Council by their chairman of a new study
Superintendent, Walter Wild- group, Children in Non-Tra-
er, of Gulf County Schools. ditional Family Situations.
In 1952, the State Depart- Pres by
ment of Education recog- rsyteran
nized the need to bring Women Meet
together an inclusive group
of educators who were con- The Presbyterian Women
cerned about all aspects of an of the Church met Monday,
elementary school program. April 7, at the home of Mrs.
Thus, the Florida Council on John Robert Smith. Mrs.
Elementary Education was Norman Sulzer gave the
formed with assurance of devotional.
representation of all geo- Officers elected to serve
graphic and special instruc- for 1986-1987: Mrs. Jacque
tional areas, as well as all Price, president; Mrs. Willi-
levels of educators (teach- am Purdy, vice-president;
ers, principals, supervisors, Mrs. Sidney Brown, secre-
superintendents, teacher tary; and Mrs. Tom Ely,
educators, State Department treasurer.
of Education, and state qdu-- Mrs. Robert Neidhardt will
cationassoqiations). Th r pi 'ir-aob charge of the May
Smary goal of the. Fldrtda meeting which'will feature
Council on Elementary Edu- the- annual Birthday Gift
cation is to promote the Offering. This meeting will
development of elementary be held at the church with
schools through cooperative, Mrs. William Purdy and Mrs.
Collaborative, and leadership William Pfost as hostesses.
endeavors. I
Council members had the Gulf County
Opportunity to see presenta-
:tions by winners of the School Lunch
creative teaching grants
given annually by the Coun- _
cil Menu
Research groups studied
the following topics: Pri- Monday, April 21
mary education, Class size Corn dog, orange juice,
and learning, Left-right baby limas, cake, milk.
brain learning, Legal aspects Tuesday, April 22
of child abuse and neglect Shepherd's pie, broccoli
prevention, Developmental with cheese sauce, pear
placement and Children in salad, buttered rolls, milk.
non-traditional family situa- Wednesday, April 23
tions. Fried chicken, tossed
Mrs. Whitfield is currently salad, rice with gravy, green
involved with the study group beans, biscuits with honey,
on Primary Education. milk.
Thursday, April 24
Mrs. Howell has partici- Macaroni with cheese,
Spated in the study group on ,eh slad early neas.
hpcaep salad, early peas,


Eye Openers
by Dr. Wesley Grace
THE OLDER PATIENT
Although testing the visual
acuity of the elderly patient
is not particularly difficult,
there are special factors the
optometrist must consider in
a thorough examination:
* ability to see distances
clearly
S* ability to see near objects
clearly
degree of focusing ability
(the facility to change
from seeing near to seeing
far)
reaction of the pupil to
light
*lens changes (coloration
or incipient cataracts)
signs of high blood
pressure
glaucoma testing
a test for dry eyes (when
necessary)
growths around the lids
All of these factors in-
fluence the way the older
person sees. Some are im-
portant symptoms of total
body health that the optom-
etrist may be the first to
note.
Brought to You As A
Community Service By
Dr. Wesley Grace
Phone 227-1410
322 Long Avenue


sliced bread, milk.
Friday, April 25
Tacos with cheese, lettuce,
tomato, pinto beans, milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.

Course On

Coping with

Cancer
The "I Can Cope" pro-
gram began last Thursday,
at 7:00 P.M. at Gulf Coast
Community Hospital's Kirby
Building. It is not too late to
join to attend the remaining
seven classes. The public is
invited.



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Two Dai


High Stu
Parents are reminded that
Thursday and Friday, April
17-18, LOTS, INC. (Leaders
of Tomorrow's Society) will
sponsor a two day educa-
tional workshop in the Ma-
rion Craig Coliseum from
10:38 through 11:32 a.m. The
program will begin promptly
at 10:38 on both days and all
parents of seventh, eighth,
and ninth graders are urged
to attend.

The following persons are
presenters: Thursday, April
17 (Personal-Social Work-
shop):
Mrs. Louise Beard, Gulf
County Health Nurse, Sub-
ject "Hygiene"; Mrs. Sara
Fite, Retired Educator Gulf
County Schools, Subject
"How to Stay Functional";
David Odum, Hospital Ad-
ministrator Gulf Pines Hos-
pital, Subject "Success
Hints".
Friday, April 18 (Educa-
tional Workshop): Gulf Coast
Community College and Flo-
rida State University per-
sonnel (Panama City Cam-


y Workshop Slated for Jr.


dents At Port St. Joe Hig


pus) will speak on "Admis-
sions Criteria" and "Careers



r


MIGUEL TREVINO, M.D.
Internal Medicine


of the Future".
"Parent involvement is


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solicited," says Sarah Riley,
LOTS, INC. advisor.


Miguel Trevino, M.D.

and


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Monday through Friday


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THE STAR. Port St..Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APR. 17, 1986


p Shark Beat


BY
SHARON
MILLER


Hey, I'm back. If you are
wondering .where I have
been, I'll tell you. I went out
of town during the spring
break and was not able to get
any information concerning
St. Joe High. Luckily, I now
have the results for the
activities held over the holi-


day.
As you all may remember,
cheerleading tryouts were
held the Friday we got out of
school for Easter vacation.
Well, the new squads for the
1986-87 school year have been
chosen. The Jr. High squad is
as follows: Lisa Atkins,
Paige Bowen, Pam Bowen,
Rachel Higdon, Terri How-
ard, Vivian Miller, Dqbi
Monteiro, Christy Smith,
Dana Swatts, and Pam Willi-
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McDaniels, Kim Osborne,
Cheryl Pryor, Alana Rich-
ardson, Danielle Scott,
Amanda Thomas, and Erika
Williams. The Varsity squad
is Crystal Dean, Kim Har-
vey, Kelli Kirkland, Tammie
McGee, Lisa Mahlkov, Sonia
Quinn, Paula Ramsey, Nan-
cy Stoutamire, Laura Van
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Congratulations and best
wishes for the upcoming
year.
The "Sharks" tied, 4-4,
with Owensboro High, Tues-
day, April 1st, but lost to
Owens Catholic High, 3-6, the
same day.
Last Thursday, April 10th,
the "Sharks" beat Sneads,
14-5. They played Blounts-
town Friday, April 11th, and
lost 2-9.
The last two games of the
seasori before District Tour-
nament will be against Flori-
da High and Rutherford. The
"Sharks" will host Florida
High, Friday, April 18th at
4:00E.S.T. On Monday, April
21st, they will travel to
Panama City to take on the
Rutherford Rams at 4:30
E.S.T. The District Tourna-
ment will be held April 22-24.
Please contact one of the
coaches for the exact time
and place.
The CTBS test was ad-
ministered to students in
grades 7-11, Monday, Tues-
day, and Wednesday of this
week. 'Hopefully, everyone'
did well.
So girls and guys, are you
all ready for this Saturday
night? Have you gotten
everything you need; dress,
tuxedo, etc.? Hey,. you do
remember, don't you? Prom,
this Saturday! Did you not
realize that April 19th is here
already? Come on, you better
get a move on it. This year's
theme is "When the Clock
Strikes Twelve". The Prom
will begin at 8:00 p.m. and
the Grand March will take
place at 11:00 p.. I hope you
all have a great time.
SThe "Sharks" track team
finished second in the seven-
team meet in Bristol last
Wednesday,' April 9th. The

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Terrance Farmer, Darrin
Callaway, ,Joe Ray, Felicia
Whitley, and Jessica Whaley.
Way to go team
The LOTS, INC. is planning
an Educational Workshop for
all 7th, 8th and 9th graders.in
the gym April.17th and 18th.
The Project Graduation
committees will begin meet-
ing again every Monday
night at 7:30 p.m. in the high
school 'commons area.
"My children, our love is
not to be just words or mere
talk, but something real and
active." John 3:18


Carl Williams, Univer-
sity of Alabama, presents
scholarship to Howard
Richards, center, as Rita
SSanders, guidance counse-
lor, looks on, ": ,"

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Scholarship
Howard Richards has been
awarded two academic scho-
larships by the University of
Alabama. Howard was se-
lected for the highly pompeti-
tive Computer Based Honors
Program and the Presiden-
tial Scholar Award. Carl
Williams of the University of
Alabama visited Port St. Joe
High recently to '-present
Howard with these scholar-
ships which represent ap-
proximately $4,000 to be
applied toward his first year
at the University. These
scholarships may be rene.w-
ed for up to four years if
certain requirements are
met.
Howard is the son :of Mr.
and Mrs. Billy Joe Richards
.of Overstreet and the grand-
son of Roy E. Conoly, Sr. and
the late Mr. and Mrs. T. O.
Richards. Although Howard
is a junior at Port St. 'Joe
High, he plans to attend the
University of Alabama next
year as an early-admission
student majoring in physics.
He is a member'.of the
National Honor Society and
the Quantum Society.


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St. Joe Cheerleaders are winners of each of us, and
offering an opportunity to all they hope this will become an
of the churches in Gulf annual event in our com-
County to participate in a munity.
night of good, old fashioned
singing. Friday, May 9, has Band Boosters
been designated as the FirstBoos
Annual Countywide Night of Will Install
Christian Music at the Port'
-St. Joe High School gym. New Officers
The program will begin at
7:30 p.m., and every church Newly elected officers of
in the county is invited to the 1986-87 Band Boosters
enter one group. There will Organization will take office
be a limit of two songs per at the May banquet. The
group, but there is no limita- following officers were elect-
tion on the age or size of the ed at the regular April
group. A piano and sound meeting: President, Johnny
system will be provided by Linton; Vice-President,
the high school. Christine White; Secretary,
It is hoped that all church- Becky Weathermon; Trea-
es will see this as an surer, Robert Nedley; and
opportunity to reach across Publicity Chairperson,
denominations and to have a Elaine Maige.
time of fellowship that is Annual dues for this or-
truly countywide. ganization are only $5.00 per
The groups will be judged family. You are encouraged
as they perform and cash to come out and support your
prizes and trophies will be "Band of Gold" by becoming
awarded to the winning a 1986-87 Band Booster mem-
churches. Only groups that ber.


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TIE STAR, Port'St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. APR. 17. 1986


Home for Sale: 3 bdrm.
with fireplace, approx. 2
acres with fish pond, where
the deer come to water,
located between Port St. Joe
and White City. Assum. 1st
mortgage at 9%%. For infor-
mation call 227-1551.
2tc 4/17
2 story beach house for
sale at Cape San Bias. Ocean
and bay view, sacrifice at
$69,000. Call (904) 674-8465,
ask for Pat. tfi 4/17
3 bdrm., 2 bath home, LR,
DR, den, kitchen, d.w., fire-
place, shallow well, util.
bldg., Ig. patio. 2101 Long
a Ave., 2294595. tfc 4/10.
Lot and trailer, St. Joe
Beach. $19,995. City water,
septic tank, util. bldg., extra
well, owner will finance at
12%. Call 648-8952 after 6.
Trailer now rented. One
block from beach.
4tp 4/10
Nice, comfortable two
bedroom house with effici-
ency apartment (will help
pay mortgage). Nice neigh-
borhood. Walk to beach.
Large lot, 212 1st St., Mexico
Beach. $59,000. 229-549.
tfc 3/6
Energy efficient home
with split floor plan. 3 bdrm.,
2 ba., great rm., break. rm,
range & dishwasher, inside
laundry, cen. a&h,i 2 car
gar. Will sacrifice for
$57.000.229-688. tfc 3/13
NICE 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
stucco townhouses, 800 sq. ft.
ea.; located at 606 Wood-
ward Ave. Call 904-2271689.
Priced at $29,800.00 each.'
Stfc 4/17
1.88 acres plus 3 bedroom,
2,bath mobile home. 20x20'
'shed,, well, patio, $17,000.
Call 904/877-3897.
S4tp 3/7.


Must Sell: Lovely home at
Mexico Beach: 3 bdrm., 2
ceramic baths, Ig. LR, DR,
kitchen, Fla. room & screen
porch on 2 lots. .Excel.
neighborhood, new roof.
Assumable loan at 9%%.
Call 648-5302 or 912-924-5661.
4tp 4/10
for Sale: Duplex with ex-
tra rental unit, completely
redecorated, 2 blocks to
beach. $35,000. Owner finan-
cing. 648-8655.
2 bedroom, 2 bath older
frame home on 2 lots, cen.
air & heat, back yard patio
with privacy fence. 2 utility
bldgs., very nice neighbor-
hood, many extras. Must be
seen to be appreciated. For
more information call
2298977. tfc 4/3
3 bedroom, 1 bath, den,
masonry home, fenced yd.,
workshop/garage. Westcott
Circle. Call 2294553.
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. tfc 4/17
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
674-4455. tfc 4/17





Young mother needs bud-
dy for shopping expedition
and complaining about men.
Reply to Box 13401, Mexico
Beach, FL 32410.


I HANNON REALTY, Inc.


S904) 227-1450
FRANK HANNON, Broker
SALES ASSOCIATES
Evenings and Weekends:
Margaret Hale -- 648-5659
Frances Chason 229-8747
Larry McArdle 227-1551


HOMES
Port St. .Joe: New Listing: For the discriminating buyer. Lovely 3
bedroom, 2 bath home on waterfront. By appointment only.
St. Joe Beach: New Listing: Extra large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 blocks from
beach. Owner remodeling, must see to appreciate. $40,000.
White City: Large 3 bedroom, 2 new baths, new roof on 1.62 acres, only
$38,000.
Mexico Beach: 2 bedroom, 1 bath screen porch, deck with gulf view, Hwy.
98. Price includes 1 bedroom guest house. $115,000.
, Port St. Joe: Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath on corner with extra lot. Freshly
painted, carpet, central heat & air, separate dining room, den, many
other features. Only $57,000.
St. Joe Beach: 2 bedroom, 1 bath, block from beach. Newly
redecorated custom kitchen. Back house for rental property or office.
,$53,000. -
St. Joe Beach: Relax and enjoy the view, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, screen porch.
Great weekend home or rental property. $31,500.
North Port St. Joe: New Listing: 2 bedroom, 1 bath, carpet, panelling,
$22,000.
Port St. Joe: 2 bedroom, 1 bath, excellent condition, perfect for retired
couple. Now only $43,000.
Port St. Joe: 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. living space, 12x62' Florida room, 6x16' screen porch, 6x12' covered
deck, partially furnished, sat. dish, $48,000.
Port St. Joe: Nice corer lot 2 or 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, frame with siding
& new roof. Covered patio and carport. $38,000.
Poet St. Joe: 3 bedroom, 1% 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, double car garage. Owner
ready to sell. Now only $72,500.
Port St. Joe: Large 4 bedroom, 2bath, living room, dining room, family
\ room, inside workroom, 2 lots. $59,500.
Port St. Joe: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, family.room, outside shop or office, car-
port, plenty of space, $60,000.
Port St. Joe: 2 bedroom, 2 bath, den, separate dining room, garage.
$37,500.
Port t. Joe: 3 bedroom, 1 bath, on 2 lots, fireplace, carport, real pine
paneling throughout. 1 mile front Gulf, close to school, church, and town.
Assumable mortgage. $37,200.
Port St. Joe: Large two story house on corer lot. 4 bdrms., 1 bath.
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, I bath,
$29,500o.
Port St. Joe: Stays rented, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, fenced yard, $27,000.
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.
LOTS
St. Joe Beach: Lot on Balboa, water tap paid. $15,000.
Indlan Pass: 1 block from water, 75'xl05' $9,500.
St. Joe Beach: Price reduced on lot. Corer Coronado & Americus, Now
Only $13,500.
Stonemll Creek Area: 40 acres, cleared $40,000.
St. Joseph Shores: 80' Gulf Front, Hwy. 98 to water.
Wewahltphka: 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: 1 acre on canal at bridge, $33,300.


RoySmith


One bedroom furnished
ground floor apartment,
heat and air, tiled bath, ex-
cel. for single person on the
way up. $225 per month. In-
quire 1505 Monument Ave.
tfc 4/17
For Rent: 2 bedroom, 1
bath, 2 blocks from beach.
Call 648-5361. tfc 4/10
Apartment, 1 bdrm. (1 or 2
people). Large built-in
porch, laundry rn., walk to
beach. 212 1st St., Mexico
Beach. $225. Frig., stove,
table & chairs furnished.
(all 229-8549. tfc 3/27
Room for Rent: By day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 4/17
For Rent: Mini-warehouse
storage. For more informa-
tion call 229-6332. tfc 4/17
SHwy. 98 & 28th St., Mexico
Beach. Duplex for lease. 2
bdrm,, 1 ba., unfurn., ceiling
fans, ch&a, close to beach &
shopping, $250 per mnoth.
904-385-7714 days or
904-575-3624 evenings.
tfc 4/17
f For Rent:' Unfurnished
house, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, near
schools. Does have stove,
dishwasher, compactor, cep.
heat and air. 7 years old.
Phone 227-1151.
'Furnished 2 bedroom
trailer for rent on Sea St., St.
Jbe Beach. Deposit required.
V0o pets. Call after 6:00,
229-6825.
tfc 4/3
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251. tfc 4/17


The Dupree Trailer ...... $165mo.
1 bd., 1 ba., St. Joe Beach
Gulf View Town Home No.3 $425
.2bd.,2ba.,fur. ........... $325
HatleyDr.,3bd., unfurn 30
Furnished .............. $325
Ibhe HnkleHouse ........ $300
2bd., 1 ba.
We have many more rentals, week-
ly or monthly. Call or come by to
see us.


St. Joseph Bay Realty,
Inc.
648-5716
Mexico Beach



New In-Town Listing:
3 bedroom, 1 ha. block
home, 1911 Cypress Ave. In-
cludes fenced yd., ch&a,
w-w carpet and drapes. Af-
fordable at $44,900. Please
call
229-6916
for appointment
CAPE SAN BLAS REALTY

NEW LISTINGS:
MEXICO BEACH
Hatley Dr., Great buy at only $2,500
down, 3 bd., 1 ba., $39,500, like new.
11% fixed int. $381.91 pmts., 20 yrs.
No closing costs.
Triplex with canal use: 3 bd., 2 bae
each. Best buy on the canal & lots of
sq. .ft Must see to appreciate.
$65,000 each or $190,000 for all 3.
*
20th St. & Hwy. 98: Stucco 3 bd., 2
be. house with lots of possibilities.
$88,000.
*
5th & Georgia: Owner says sell -2
bd., 1 ba. mobile home on nice lot.
$27,000.
ST. JOE BEACH
Balboa St.: Affordable 2 bd., 1 ba.
house on stilts. Decking, only 2
yrs. old. $47,000.
SBalboa St.: 2 large lots hold a cute 2
bd., 2 ba. house, with ex. sunroom &
den. 2 stor. buildings. $65,000.
HIGHLAND VIEW
305 Parker Ave.: 2 bd., 1 ba. on 2 Ig.
lots. Real cute and a good buy.
PORT ST. JOE
1400 Monument Ave.: 3 bd., 1 ba.,
garage, ex. large lot with view of
the bay.
GULF AIRE
Lots: Some Gulf Aire lots at only
$15,500 till May 1st when prices go
up. Call today for lot numbers and
locations.
St. Joseph Bay Realty,
Inc.
648-5716
Mexico Beach



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Furnished or unfurnished
trailer for sale with light
pole and 100 gal. gas tank.
229-8915.
New 21' all marine ply-
wood net skiff with tunnel.
Also 2 nets, and will build
boats of any kind. Call Sonny
Polous, 653-9290.
S 4tp 4/17
Set of 4, Firestone Sup-
reme tires, fit 13" rims, like
new. $130. Call after 5 p.m.,
648-5834.
Six weeks old Chow-Chow
puppies, AKC registered.
Call 265-9951.
20' aluminum extension
ladder, commercial grade,
almost new. $150. Call
648-8651. tfc4/17
Male AKC reg. Shetland
Sheep Dog (Shelty), excel.
pet for children, kept out-
doors in chain link fenced
yard. 1 yr. old. Healthy &
playful, $125. Call 2296271 or
229-8516. 2tc4/10
GOLF TENNIS SWIM
St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club is open to new members
at a special rate of $125.00 in-
itiation. Interested?. Call
227-1751 for more informa-
tion. Offer expires May 31,
1986. 3t 4/10
1974 Case tractor, 4 cyl.
diesel engine with hydraulic
operated knuckle boom side
loader. $5,500. Call 653-8498
days, 227-1550 nights.
tfc 3/27
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
AVON
to buy or sell. Call Mrs. L. Z.
Henderson, 227-1281.
S tfe 1/23
$25:00 REWARD
for Any Sewing Machine
We Cannot Repair
SPECIAL $9.95
to clean, oil and adjust ten-
sion on your sewing mach-
ine; We guarantee your
machine can sew on any
fabric.
The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151
tfc 6/7

AWN FURNI UJRE
.Swings, swing frames, pic-
nic tables, lawn chairs, set-
tees, and children's picnic
tables. Call 639-2860 or
639-5860. tfc 4/17

STEEL ROOFING &
SIDING
American made
From $9.95 per sq.
Based on size, style & qty.
GOLDEN IND., INC.
Gulfport, MS
601-896-6216
12tp 4/10





1982 Datsun pickup truck,
low mileage, air cond.,
heater, am/fm radio, 4-spd.
Good cond. Call 229-8999.
2tp 4/17
City of Mexico Beach is of-
fering for sale; '72 Dodge
dump truck, minimum bid,
$250; as is. '71 Dodge dump
truck, minimum bid, $250, as
is. Final day to submit bids
April 25, 1986, City.Hall, 14th
St., Mexico Beach.
1976 Chevrolet % ton
truck, 350 automatic engine
& more. Call lgary, 227-1171,
ext. 340, after 5 229-6215.
tp 4/10
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
1982 4x4 ton pickup
truck, am/fm tape, a.c., 4
new tires. Good cond. $6,500.
Also elec. hot water heater,
$20. Call 229-6336 after 5:00.
tfc 4/10


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Wanted: Trailer for 25' boat,
local use. Also wheels for
mobile home. Call 229-6383.


Moving Sale: 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. CT. Friday and Satur-
day, 201 5th St., 2 blocks off
Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach.
Carport Sale: Very pretty,
useful items, blinds, small
appliances, etc. 8 a.m. Satur-
day, April 19. 1704 Garrison
Ave.






Busy building supply store
in Port St. Joe needs
accounting clerk. Experi-
ence in accounts receivable
necessary. Computer exper-
ience helpful, but will train.
229-8232 for appointment.
ltc 4/17
GOVERNMENT JOBS
$16,040 $59,230/yr. Now Hir-
ing. Call 805-687-6000,. ext.
R-6859 for current federal
list. 8tp 3/20
EXPERIENCED COOK
11 a.m. to 3 p.m., 5 days a
week. Part-time waitress,
flexible hours. 227-1757.







There will be a regular
communication of Port St.
Joe Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M.
every first and third Thurs-
day at 8:00 p.m.
Greg Godwin, W.M.
Billy D. Barlow, Sec.





HOUSE PAINTING
Experienced and affordable.
Free Estimates
Roger Beasley
Call 2298303
tfc5/1
WILL DO SEWING
in my home.
Reasonable rates.
Call 227-7221
3tc 4/17
A-1 ROOFING
Repairs, Carpentry
Painting, Patios
Anytime
227-1209
3tp 4/17







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kills bugs for
up to six months,

and saves you about $100 yearly
in costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
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306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
tic 7/4


Will keep elderly am-
bulatory people in private
home. Call 229-516.
2tc 4/10
Need Yard Work Done? Con-
tact Robert Ramsey at
229-6962. tfc 4/3

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
648-8651tfc 4/17


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



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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-
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greatly appreciated.

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CONSTRUCTION
Any Type Building
Commercial Residential
State Lie. No. RG00027009
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)


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


We buy, sell and trade us-
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for your unwanted furniture.
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PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APR. 17, 1986


00DO YOU LIKE FRIENDLY
PHARMACY SERVICE?

Then, make this test. Visit or phone us the next time
you need any medicine or health-aid. Notice that you will
be courteously greeted, attentively served and that you
will get exactly what you asked for.
Try us for one month. You will be pleasantly
surprised to learn that friendly, dependable service is the
everyday rule in our store. Once you try us we feel sure
you will want to make us your personal family pharmacy.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
S 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?



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

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Senior Inform(


BY JERRY STOKOE
AND OMETA OSBORNE
People in Gulf County are


in for a really big treat
3 promises to be a far
day of fun, excitement


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your car a real favor.
And right now, when you
purchase a set of NAPA Bel-
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a NAPA Echlin distributor
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Sharks Win 2 Out of 3


The Sharks finished the
game strong last Thursday,
as they roughed up their
hosts, the Sneads Pirates in
the last four innings of the
game to earn a 14-5 win.
The Sharks took a first
inning lead in the game,
scoring three runs. Sneads
put one run on the scoreboard
in their half of the first and


another in the second to stay
close.
The Sharks then came
back swinging their bats in
the third inning to score once
and again in the fourth. In the
fifth, the Sharks put two runs
up, four in the sixth and three
in the seventh.
Sneads scored three more


runs in the fifth, but it wasn't
enough to counter the Shark
attack which featured doub-
les by Stacy Strickland,
Mickey Gainnie. and Randy
Wilder.
Lefty Tim Wilder started
on the mound for the Sharks
and gave up five runs on two
hits and six walks, while
striking out five in five


Homers by William Norris
and Wayne Strange and a big
five run fifth inning were a
part of the power display
which earned the Gators a 9-5
win over Anneewakee last
Thursday.
The win improved the


r live entertainment, and rev-
Selry.
This. May Festival will be
t. May held on the grounds of the
itastic Bay St. Joseph's Care Center
t, free (on Ninth Street), where this
marvelous idea originated.
The entire day will be
devoted to some really great
and well ronided entertain-
ment which will gladden the
hearts of both young and old.
This action-packed, fun-filled
day starts off with the
S Kiwanis Club's sumptuous
Pancake Breakfast which
will be served beginning at
7:30 a.m.
SThe Festival itself will be
kicked off by Mayor Frank
Pate, and Keith Spell, our
Master of Ceremony. A proc-
lamation will be read, and
remarks made by Mayor.
Pate to open this exciting-
Festival, and both merry-
making and merriment will
be the order of the day.
Live entertainment featur-
ing Wayne Rader and his
entire family, Keith Spell and
Friends, and the Sea Horse
Band will begin at 10:30 a.m.,
and will continue until 5:30
p.m. There will be cake
walks, a pie eating contest,
.games,.and a wide variety of
succulent seafood.
S Those of you who are avid


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Gator record to 8-6 for the
season.
Anneewakee had the lead
going into the fifth, 5-2, when
the Gator bats erupted to
bang out seven more runs in
the last two innings of the
game.


bargain hunters and are
looking for a good deal will
enjoy visiting one or more of
our colorful booths. Offered
will be arts and craft, both
second hand and new hand-
made items, and an assort-
ment of other goods and
services, from ceramics to
furniture. Remember that 10
percent of all proceeds will
be used to expand the activi-
ty programs at the Bay St.
.Joseph Care Center and at
the Senior Citizens Center.
Several great prizes will be
given.away, including deep-
sea fishing rods and spinning
reels, $15 worth of gasoline, a
Coleman cooler, and many,
many others.


The Gators had Terry
Harrelson, Norris, Brook
Wooten going three for four
and Strange had two hits.
The Gators rapped 15 hits
in the game, while Jones and
Paul were giving up only
three hits to Anneewakee.

WEWA, 4; LIBERTY, 11
The Liberty County Bull-
dogs went on a scoring
rampage in the fourth inning
Tuesday and touched the
Gators for eight big runs, as
the Gators bowed in defeat.
The Gators were behind,
3-2 going into the fourth, and
managed to pick up a run in
the- sixth and one in the
seventh, but it wasn't enough
to counter the Liberty upris-
ing in the fourth.
Liberty used four hits,
two Gator errors and two
walks to fuel their big fourth.

Today, the Gators will host
the Grand Ridge Indians.


D


innings. Gainnie came on in
the top of the sixth and
retired six batters in a row,
three by strikeouts, to gain
the save.
Stacy Strickland and Joe
Norton each had two hits,
while Jay Rish, Gainnie,
Randy Wilder and Kevin
Griffin each had one.
TIGERS, 9; PSJ, 2
Blountstown took an early
4-0 lead over the Sharks last
Friday and went on to post a
9-2 win.
Stacy Strickland was the
victim of the Tiger attack, as
he went the route.
The Tigers scored two runs
each in the fifth and sixth
inning and a single tally in
the seventh.
The Sharks' two runs came
in the fifth inning,
Warren Renfro and Kevin
Griffin each had doubles for
the Sharks. Randy Wilder,
Joe Norton and David Staab
each had a single.
PSJ, 13; CARRABELLE, 2
The Sharks again came on
strong in the closing innings,
to demolish the Carrabelle


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Gymnasts In

State Meet
Steven Hatcher, Travis
Cannington, Jamey Wilder,
Tim Hatcher, Jason Taylor,
and Blake Little from St. Joe
Gymnastics traveled to Cul-
bertson's Gymnastique in
Sarasota for the first State
Qualifying Meet.
Boys compete in six events
(Floor, Pommel Horse,
Rings,. Vaulting, Parallel
Bars, and High Bar) and the
total of these scores must add
up to a 44.0 to qualify for
state competition, which will
be held in Lake Worth in
May. Boys have three chan-
ces to qualify for the State
Meet.
In the Class V, seven to
nine age group, Steven Hat-
cher qualified for the State
Meet. In the Class V, 10-12
age group, Jason Taylor
captured third place in Vault-
ing with a score of 9.00, and
also qualified for the State
Meet with an All-Around
score of 47.60.


Notices
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
LEGISLATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY given of intent
to apply to. the 1986 Legislature for a
special act which would repeal the law
providing for the Gulf County Port
Authority and recreate the Port St. Joe
Port Authority; said legislation would
transfer all assets and liabilities of the
existing port authority'to the new port
authority, and provide that all present
members would remain in office for
the set time of their terms as set by act
and providing that any vacancy
hereafter existing would be filled, as
provided in the act, by the appoint-
ment by the City Commission of the Ci-
ty of Port St. Joe. Said act would also
provide that the new port authority
would be an agency of the City of Port
St. Joe, and providing an effective
date.
GEORGE G. TAPPER,
Individually
4t 4/17
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned person intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after
the first publication of this notice, the
fictitious name or trade name under
which he will be engaged in business
and in which said business is to be car-
ried on, to-wit:
CORBIN'S WELDING SERVICE
P. 0O. Box 664
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Located: Highway 71, White City
Owner: Mike Corbin
4t 4/17


luring

Green Wave Tuesday after-
noon.
The fifth inning was the big
one for the Sharks, when they
scored eight runs before the
Green Wave could shut down
the Shark bats.
Kevin Griffin started the
eight run rally, with a
two-run double: The Sharks
scored three runs in the sixth
and two in the seventh to
complete their production.
The Green Wave scored
once in the first and once in
the third, and had a 2-0 lead


Week
over the Sharks before that
fateful fifth.
Mickey Gainnie went the
distance on the mound for the
Sharks, giving up five hits
and only one walk. He
struck out 10 batters.
The Sharks will wind down
their regular schedule next
week when they host the
Florida High Demons at 4:30
at Centennial Field and Mon-
day, when they go to Panama
City for a 4:30 game with
Rutherford.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, APR. 17, 1986


Fishing Is Fun


But Florida Anglers Take It Serious


Recreational fishing has a
significant impact on Florida's
economy. During 1981, for example,
a total of 5.2 million anglers, 18
years and older, engaged in recrea-
tional saltwater fishing in Florida.
This represents one participant for
every 4.5 persons- a participa-
tion rate higher than in any state in
the Southeast.
The rapid growth of sport
fishing has brought a corresponding
growth in the popularity of recrea-
tional sport fishing tournaments
which have become increasingly
popular as a means of attracting
visitors to coastal communities and
drawing attention to the fishing
stocks in the area.
But along with this growth have
come problems. Not only do tourna-
ment directors face increasing
competition and ways of finding
sponsors, but also legal liability and
rapidly escalating insurance pre-
miums or possibly no coverage at
all. Underlying all of these concerns
is the matter of depletion of the
fishery resource. ,
SAs a forum to discuss these and
other problems involved in plan-
ning, organizing and operating a
tournament, the first annual Nation-
al Recreational Fisheries Tourna-
ment Directors Conference was
held recently in Miami.


The conference, which attract-
ed more than 80 conferees and
speakers from 15 states and four
foreign countries, was coordinated
pby Don Pybas, Sea Grant Extension
Agent in Dade County, and was
sponsored by Florida Sea Grant in
.cooperation with the Atlantic Game-
fish: Funidation, Florida Marine
Fisheries Commission, and the
International Game Fish Associa-
tion.
Leading off the conference,
State Representative Everett A.
Kelly of Tavares stressed the
necessity for maintaining the integ-
rity of fishing tournaments, warn-
ing directors that 'unless they
policed themselves, the legislature
may try to regulate or stop the
tournaments. One of the issues
which received much attention
during the conference was the
ability of the fishery resource to
withstand increased fishing pres-
sure and Kelly sounded the keynote
on this, too, urging directors to be
conscious of the seriousness of this
matter which could also be consi-
dered as a reason for recommend-
ing regulation of tournaments.
Dr. Robert B. Ditton, Texas AM
University, followed up on that by
suggesting that a specific underuti-
lized species be targeted for a
tournament and that part of any


revenues from tournaments be
dedicated to fisheries conservation
and management.
Another strong statement came
from Dan Kipnis, a member of the
Florida Marine Fisheries Commis-
siori. "The resource comes first," he
said. "On this there can be no
compromise because without the
resource we have nothing."
Kipnis went on to strongly
advocate a saltwater fishing license
and stressed the need for legislation
to protect the fish. He also empha-
sized the need to educate fishermen
on the correct handling of fish and
how to release them so that they will
survive.
The economic impact, proper
planning, organization and opera-
tion of tournaments were also
discussed as well as functioning of
the weigh-in station and determin-
ing freshness of the fish to insure
They were caught during the tourna-
ment.
Attendees expressed the desire
to schedule a similar conference on
an annual basis, and following
the meeting a number of them
remained to discuss formation of an
association to be called the Interna-
tional Fishing Tournament Direc-
tors Association. A steering com-
mittee was designated to draw up
articles of incorporation.


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You see. we'd like to find out which elec-
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A huge mistake was made
by the Director of the Gulf
County Senior Citizens Asso-
ciation. This mistake was in
indicating that the "May
Festival" is sponsored only
by the Senior Citizens. The
article printed in the April
3rd edition of "The Star"
inadvertently gave sole cre-
dit for the Festival to the
Senior Citizens Association.
The article should have been
printed as follows:
The administrator of the
Bay St. Joseph Care Center
in Port St. Joe and the Social
Services Director, Brenda
Moore, presented the idea of
a May Festival, which was
originally suggested by Mrs.
Nancy Pumphrey of the Bay
St. Joseph Care Center.
As the Director, I loved the
idea, and have supported it
since its conception. I want
the entire population of Gulf
County to know how very
hard the staff of the Bay St.
Joseph Care Center has been
working behind the scenes,
and in all the local communi-
ties to make this Festival
great for the local mer-
chants, busindssmen-women,
the Senior Citizens Associa-
tion, and the Bay St. Joseph
Care Center patients. Big


Minutes Gulf County Commission


The Board of County Com-
mission, of Gulf County,
Florida, met March 25, 1986,
in regular session, with the
following members present:
Chairman. Billy Branch,
Comm. Douglas C. Birming-
ham,.Everett Owens, Jr., A.
B. Traylor, and Eldridge
Money. Others present were:
Building Inspector DeWayne
Manuel, Attorney William J.
Rish, Clerk's Office Man-
ager-Deputy Clerk Maurell
Cumbie, Clerk's Finance Of-
f: ice Benny Lister, 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.
Trayldr, second by Comm.
Birmingham, and unanimous
vole,.the Board approved thet
minutes of March 11, 1986.
Pursuant to advertisement
to receive sealed bids for one
metal stove hood system
and-or one stove hood extin-
guishing system, completely
installed in the kitchen of the
Gulf County Sheriff's Depart-
ment, the following bids were
received:
Brown Fire Protection,
Panama: City, $735.00; Tar-
pon Dock, Panama: City,
$5,303.00; Action Fire Equip-
ment, Panama City, $3,424.00


with options included.
Comm. Traylor moved the
Board award the bid too
Action Fire Equipment, pro-
vided their bid meets Board
specification. Comm. Owens
seconded the 'motion. The
Board agreed the bid must
meet specifications of the
State Fire Marshall and
requested the Sheriff verify.
Upon vote, the motion passed
unanimously.
Pursuant to advertisement
to receive sealed bids to.
purchase a variable flow
control system that connects
to automatic transmission of
a 1985 Ford F-150 Mosquito
Control Spray Truck, the
following bids were re-
ceived: Vector Supply, Or-
lando, $2,300; Southern Mill
Creek Products, Tampa,
$533.00; Loundes Engineer-
ing, Valdosta, Ga., $2,570.00.
Upon- motion 'by.. Comm--.
Owens, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,
the Board agreed to aotept
the low bid provided Mos-
quito Control' Director
Graves verifies the bid meets
Board specifications.
Biff Quarles and Glenn
Combs, Gulf County Home-
builders Association, pre-
sented a proposed contrac-
tor's ordinance, as prepared
by the association, regu-
lating the contracting indus-
try in the county, requesting
the Board approve tonight's
meeting as a first public
hearing for consideration of
adoption .and to adopt the
ordinance with haste. The
following items proposed by
the association were dis-
cussed during the presenta-
tion and upon question by
Board members: Proposal
may be perfect, needs legal
review; Licensing Board
Members appointed by
Homeowners Association;
Coverage area does not in-
clude municipalities, pro-
posed ordinance will be pre-
sented the cities later; Con-
tracts will be pulled for last
two years and grandfather-
ed-in; Licensing Board will
honor contractors from other
counties, working in Gulf
County if their county honors
ours, an agreement will be
filed in the Clerk's Office;
Exemption to homeowner to
work on his own home and to
build one home per year,
anyone else working on your
home must be licensed; All
monies collected for license
fees to be placed in an
enterprise fund, pot to the
Building Department, not the
County.
The Chairman stated the
Board cannot legally consi-
der this meeting a first public
hearing as the matter must
be approved by the Board for
consideration of adoption and
then properly advertised to
inform the public of its
consideration to allow public
input. Attorney Rish advised
if the county accepts the
ordinance, legally the Board
must make appointments to
the Licensing Board and all
fees must be paid directly to
the county.
Comm. Money moved the
Board take the proposed
ordinance under considera-
tion, the Board and its
attorney study, and the
Board take action at its next
meeting. At the Attorney's
request the association ap-
pointed Biff Quarles and
Glenn Combs as contact
persons during the interim.
Comm. Birmingham second-
ed the motion.
Upon vote, Comm. Owens
voted no, due to the part of
the motion stating the Board


Dan McGuiness, along with
his staff, is dedicated to
improving the quality of life
for all Senior Citizens.


President George Washington selected the site of present-
day Washington, D.C.


will take action at its nextYSTAR
meeting. Comm. Owens / FRESH MULLE
stated the Board did not have We Sell Oysters by the Whole or Cleaned
enough information to deter- Bag, Pint or On the 0 I
mine what.action it might FR H RIMP
take in two weeks. Comm. '.2-Shell F H H I
Birmingham withdrew his Come by and enjoy some fresh Head On or Tails
second to, the motion, stating oysters Iresh snucked just for
'he .agreed with Comm. you"
(Contiped On Page 11)




NOTICE


NOTICE AND APPLICATION FOR

ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT OF 1986

... REAL ESTATE TAXES BY INSTALLMENT


Section 197.222, F.S. allows an alternative plan for payment of real estate taxes. A taxpayer
who elects to pay taxes by the installment method shall make payments based upon an esti-
mated tax which shall be equal to the actual taxes levied upon the property in the preceding
year.
THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:


First Installment Payment:


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One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 6%. Pay-
ment shall be made not later than June 30, 1986. A taxpayer
must make the first installment payment in order to participate
in this plan.


Second Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 4V2%. Pay-
merit shall be made not later than September 30, 1986.


Third Installment Payment:



Fourth Installment Payment:


Qne quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any
,adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability
discounted 3%. Payment shall be made not later than De-
cember 31, 1986.
One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any
adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability.
No discount. Payment shall be made not later than March 31,
1987.


If you have not received an application to pay 1986 taxes by installment and it is
your intent to exercise your rights under this law, then please complete the appli-
cation below and mail or file with your county tax collector prior to May 1, 1986.
The absolute deadline for filing the application is April 30, 1986. Any application
filed after April 30 will not be considered. The postmarkon application mailed to
the tax collector shall determine if the application was timely mailed. Additional
application forms may be obtained from the tax collector's office as listed below:


Mail completed application to:


EDA RUTH TAYLOR


1000 FIFTH STREET


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IF YOU DESIRE TO PAY 1986 TAXES BY INSTALLMENT, PLEASE SIGN, DATE, COMPLETE PROPERTY
IDENTIFICATION NO. AND RETURN THIS APPLICATION TO YOUR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR PRIOR
TO MAY 1, 1986. UPON RECEIPT, THE TAX COLLECTOR SHALL MAIL YOUR FIRST NOTICE OF PAY-
MENT DUE, WITH INSTRUCTIONS. IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR FIRST NOTICE BY JUNE 15,
1986, CONTACT THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.
I TO BE COMPLETED BY TAXPAYER


Property I. D. No.
Legal Description as it Appears on the 1985 Tax No-
tice Receipt:




Print


NOTICE
Florida Law requires that your estimated taxes must be more than $100.00 in order to participate in the In-
stallment Payment Plan. If your estimated taxes for 1986 are $100.00 or less you do not qualify for this plan.
You must make the first installment payment not later than June 30th in order to participate in this plan.
Once you have elected to participate in the installment payment plan by timely paying the first payment you are
required to continue participation for the tax year. If you elect to discontinue participation you will not be en-
titled to' receive the discounts provided by Law. Installment payments that become delinquent shall be paid with
the next installment payment. Discounts shall not be allowed on delinquent payments.
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If you have any questions, please contact the Tax Collector's Office at the following locationss:
GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE


Phone Number


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PORT ST. JnF, FI -. -345
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the east end of the football stadium parking
S J ins Z oo lot and is open to viewing by the general
S Joins Z o public seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
The zoo features turkeys, peacocks, ducks,
A miniature burro is the latest addition deer, raccoons, guineas, rabbits, etc. The
to the Port St. Joe Elementary School zoo miniature burro was contributed to the zoo
this past week, as this little animal joined by Hhrder's Construction Company of
the existing menagerie. The zoo is located to Panama City. -Star photo


Minutes
Owens. The motion died for
lack of a second.
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, second by Comm.
Traylor, and. unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to
accept the proposal for
.study. The Board then
agreed this matter will be,
placed on the next meeting's:
agenda' for discussion and
during the interim if Board
:members have any questions
,they may contact Mr. Quarl-
:es or Mr. Combs.'
:The following quotes were
submitted for emergency
foad repair of county roads
'C-30E (two areas and Stump-
hole site-2' road), approa-
ches of the Simmons Bayou
Bridge and Dead Lake
Bridge, and entrance road to
Butler's Restaurant: Brock
Paving, Port St. Joe,
$28,300.85; Florida Asphalt,
Panama City, $70,378.74,
Complete Overlay; Baxter
Asphalt, Panama City, No
Bid Submitted, Previously
notified county bid would be
submitted this date.
The Clerk's Office Man-
ager reported she had noti-
,fied alcomanies'The Ch if-
inan ,Jiad scheduled this
Meeting as*the deadline for
submission of quotes.
Comm. Traylor moved the
Board award the bid to Brock
Paving, provided the quote
meets specifications. Comm.
Money seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
-The Chairman requested
Clerk's Office Manager Cum-
bie notify Brock 'Paving
tomorrow morning of the bid
:award and to proceed as
quickly as possible.
: Britt Pickett, of Port St.
Joe, reported Stumphole Site
property that owners had
Donated to the county needed
repair as it was damaged by
the recent hurricane and
people are parking on the
corner of the road. creating a
hazardous situation. Pickett
stated he was aware of the
situation as he owned a
convenience store in the
area. Pickett offered to don-
ate the county $1,000 to
purchase lime to place at this


(From Page 9

spot providing a p
area for cars (peop
walk to beach), or p
manpower and buildir
trials to construct a
walk over the dunes,
the Board to assist in
ing state permits. The
approved Comm.
working with Pickett
tairi these permits and
ed Pickett for his
Comm Traylor sa
would instruct the
Superintendent to as
this project. Pickett p
the Road Department'
in clearing county
immediately following
hurricane. The Cha
requested Clerk's
Manager Cumbie f
Pickett a copy of the p
ty survey.
Roger Jones, Eddie
and Otis Davis, Wewal
Ambulance Departme
quested the Board pu
a new ambulance f
department only
operation 1974 Dodgi
replaced engine twice
unable to .keep rep
high mileage-other t
titles in, repair;A.tI
Stantly,,4pd unable ,
transport), stating tl
apartment had not asl
funds to be budgeted
year's budget in an el
reduce costs; howevi
department was in an
agency situation being
to keep the present
lance in operation.
discussion of available
Comm. Birmingham
the Board request (
Finance officer Lister
the budget by next mee
search for other funds
could be utilized for pu
of an ambulance,
forfeiting funds to be u
the courthouse re-r
project. Comm. Trayl
onded the motion
passed unanimously.
man Branch stated lie
forfeit the courthou
roofing project if
Birmingham wanted. (
Owens stated there is
in Capital Outlay-L
Budget which he and


quito Control Director
) Graves planned to request
the Board use for purchase of
.. a heavy duty garbage trailer
parking for the landfill transfer sta-
le can tion and the finance officer
provide had informed him there is a
ng ma- possibility the county may,
board receive $20,000 additional re,
asking venue sharing than budgeted
obtain- (FRS advised budgeting 25
Board percent less than previous
Money year; however, quarterly
to ob- payments have been same as
thank- previous year). Comm.
offer.; Owens moved, under the
id he assumption the Board re-
Road ceives Federal Revenue
sist in Sharing at the present rate,
)raised the Board usethe anticipated
s work $20,000 FRS funds not budget-
roads ed to purchase an ambulance
ig the for the (make beginning
lirman payment) Wewahitchka Am-
Office bulance Department. Comm.
furnish Birmingham seconded the
proper- motion. Upon vote, Comm.
Owens, Birmingham, Tray-
Kemp, lor, and Money voted yes.
hitchka Chairman Branch voted no,
ent, re stating the ambulance is a
irchase top priority; however, he did
or the not want to obligate the
one in county for funds the Board
e--have wasn't sure it would receive.
ce and He would rather use funds
airing, planned for the courthouse
wo ve- re-roofing.
p con- ."Comm. Owens then moved
use for the Board rescind its vote on
he de- this motion. Comm. Birming-
ked lor ham seconded the motion,
in this and it passed unanimously.
effort to Comm. Owens made a substi-
er, the tute motion that as Chairman
emer- Branch agrees to relinquish
unable use of funds planned for
ambu- courthouse re-roofing, the
After Board use these funds to
funds, purchase an ambulance for
moved the Wewahitchka Ambulance
Clerk's Squad on emergency basis,
review bids to be received in two
eting to weeks (next regular meet-
Swhich ing), applying as much funds
irchase from this year's budget to a
without lease-purchase ($17,000, ap-
sed for prox. balance, CH Improve-
roofing ments, Capital Outlay), and
or sec- pay the balance in the next
and it fiscal year's budget. Comm.
Chair- Birmingham seconded the
would motion and it passed unani-
se re- motisly. Upon motion by
Comm. Comm. Owens, second by
Comm Comm. Birmingham and un-
$20,000 animous vote, the Board
landfilll agreed to advertise to sell the
d Mos- present ambulance (1974
Dodge with 1981 Ford Chas-
sis--Superior) upon receipt of
new ambulance.
El I Comm. Owens moved the
Board advertise to purchase
a 75 cubic yard trailer for use
at the Landfill Transfer'
Station, to be paid from
$20,000 Capital Outlay-Land-
fill present 'budget and bal-
ance in next fiscal year
budget (January), with op-
tion to pay off when ready--
early. Comm. Birmingham
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
Mosquito Control Director
lay Graves reported the landfill
hurricane debris burning
permit had expired and the
landfill gates, were locked.
Upon. Graves request, AtL


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St. Augustine Strain Qualifie4

BY ROY LEE CARTER work fertilizer an
County Extension Director matter, such as p
If there's any such thing as into the soil to a dei
a supergrass, St. Augustine to six inches. Use a
should qualify. If you are 16-4-8 analysis fert
about to plant a lawn around i i c luding minor eler
a new home, or if you're determine the amo
thinking of changing the type I '" ed, divide the firs
of grass in your established number into 100 T
landscape, you would be wise indicates the nu
to give St. Augustine a close pounds per thousat
look, because of its versatili- I feet to apply. For
ty and adaptability. St. Au- take a 10-10-10: obv
into 100 equals
gustine is the most widely nto 100 equalsI
used lawngrass in our state. means you should
St. Augustine is Florida's CARTER lbs. of that analysis
favorite lawngrass for many per thousand squ
reasons. It grows well Augustine lawn in spring or Established St. .
throughout the state on many summer. To prepare the new lawns should be
soil types, ranging from pure lawn site, clean up all three times a year
sand to muck and marl. It's construction residue such as summer and fall.
especially well adapted to concrete, chips, mortar, and St. Augustinei
coastal areas, because of its plaster. If you leave such gated vegetatively.
excellent salt tolerance. .It debris in the soil, it can raise not available. So y(
will grow.in moderate shade the soil pH, making'certain use sod, plugs, or
to full sun, produces a dense essential nutrients unavail- plant your lawn. S
sod that withstands wear able to the grass, the quickest method
well, and when properly Before planting the new St. have your whole ya
maintained, has an attrac- Augustine lawn, you should ed with blocks of tu
tive, deep color. In short, St.
Augustine produces a lawn of Health Dept. Issuing Perm
excellent appearance under
a variety of conditions. Effective July 1, the Gulf .Hotel and Resta
The most popular St. Au- County Environmental censing are require
gustine varieties are bitter Health office has been given tain a Health ar
blue, floratam, and floratine. the responsibility of issuing Perinit from the
Bitter blue has the dark Annual Health and Safety June 30.Newestabl
green color most people Operating Permits for Gulf before opening to t.
want. Floratam is a vigorous County. must have an
lawngrass with good color. Food service facilities, health and safety i
But, it is not as fine-textured food outlets and food proces- before securing an
or low growing as Floratine. sors not currently under permit.
Floratam's major advantage
is that it seems to be highly
tolerant of chinch bugs, the Public Notices
most serious pest of St.
Augustine grass. Floratine is NOTICE LOCK AND KEY CO:
fiher-textured than bitter Persons wishing to file as candidates 906 10th Stre
blue, and it tolerates closer in the City of PortSt. Joe electionto be Port St. Joe, FL
S a held May 13, 1986, for the following of- /I Gregory W
mowing than most other St. fices, must do so on orbefore April 23,
Augustine varieties. 1986:
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torney Rish agreed to obtain
written authorization from
the Department of Environ-
mental Regulation for the
landfill to remain open, and.
not allow commercial busi-.
nesses to dump.
Mosquito Control Director
Graves reported the county's
worker compensation insur-
ance carrier inquired if em-
pjyee Clarence.. Whitfield's
.back injury incurred prior to
employment. Graves pre-
sented a letter from a
physician stating Whitfield
passed employment physical
(received prior to beginning
work date). The Board re-
quested the Attorney study.
Beaches and Highland
View Water Systems Meter
Reader-Maintenance Per-
sonnel A. O. Boyett reported
on the status of the condition
of both water systems and
the Board reviewed a finan-
cial report on the systems as
prepared by the Clerk's
Finance Officer. Boyett re-
ported revisions need to be
made to the Highland View
System ordinance (delin-
quent fees) and J.e and the
Board discuss the need for a
small rate increase in order
for the system to pay for
itself. The Chairman re-
quested Boyett make a rec-
ommendation at one of the
next two regular meetings on
a new water rate for the
Highland View Water Sys-
tem.
Upon motion by Comm.
Birmingham, second by
Comm. Traylor, arfd unani-
mous v6te, the .Board ap-
proved the Sheriff's use of
Law Enforcement Trust
Fund monies to purchase a
German- Shepherd Dog
(Drug use, etc.):
Comm. Money reported he
received a petition signed by
citizens, of, Indian Pass re-
questing the county repair
roads in Indian Pass Subdivi-
sion and shoulders of entran-
ce road to Indian Pass, which
were damaged by Hurricane
Kate. The. Board agreed to
instruct the Road Superinten-'
dent to make these repairs.
The -Chairman" reported
Landfill Transfer Station
Contractor I-C Contractors,
Inc. contacted him stating
they would 'complete grass-
ing the mound at the transfer
station within the next few
days.The Chairman request-
ed the Mosquito Control
Director and Building In-
spector review the specifica-
tion on sodding and grassing
the transfer station grounds.
Comm. Money requested
Clerk's Office Manager Cum-
bie write .John Howard of
Port St. Joe, asking him to
notify the Board prior to its
next meeting .if he will serve
another term as Gulf County
representative to the District
II Alcohol Drug Abuse and
Mental Health Planning
Council. The Board agreed to
place this item on the next
meeting's agenda and if
Howard declines, the Board
will select someone from the
list of nominees submitted by
the Council.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


Forms for filing are available in the
City Clerk's Office, Municipal
Building, Port St. Joe, Florida.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
By: Is/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor-Clerk 5t 3/20

:IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
S.TEENTH JUDICIAL 'CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF'FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY.
Case No. 86-81
IN RE: The Marriage of
ALONZO F. STEWART,
Husband, Petipner,
And '
CINDY T. ETHERIDGE STEWART,
S Wife, Respondent.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Cindy T. Etheridge Stewart
P.,. PO. Box1'*7 "
Five Points, Alabama 36855
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or other response to the Peti-
tion on Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, P. O. Box 248,
PortSt. :Joe, Florida 32456, on or
before the 8th day of May, 1986. If you
fail to do so, a Final Judgment for the
relief sought maybe granted by
Default.
DATED this the 2nd day of April,
1986.
JERRY T. GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/'Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
4t4/10'

NOTICE OF REGULAR
MUNICIPAL ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that the first
primary of the election of the following
will be held at the City Hall Fire Sta-
tion in the City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
on Tuesday, May 13, 1986: One Com-
missioner Group I and One Commis-
sioner Group IV. The polls will open at
7:00 a.m. and will close at 7:00 p.m.,
E.D.T. When there are more than two
candidates for any one office and
neither shall receive a majority of the
total votes cast for such office, then
another election shall be held two
weeks from the date of the first elec-
tion, or May 27, i986, at which time the
two candidates receiving the largest
number of votes in the former election
shall be voted on again.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/ L,.A. FARRIS,
CityAuditorandClerk 4t4/17

S FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned person intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after
the first publication of this notice, the
fictitious name or trade name under
'which he *ill be engaged in business
and in which said business is to be car-
riedon, to-wit:
AMERICAN SEPTIC TANK
AND EXCAVATING SERVICE
Rt. 3, Box 13028,
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Owner: William A. Miller
4t 4/17

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned person intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after
the first publication of this notice, the
fictitious nanle or trade name under
'Which he will be engaged in business
and'in which said business is to be car-
ried on, to-wit:
INDIAN SWAMP CAMPGROUND
AND R/VPARK
P. O. Box 1285
Wewahitchka, FL 32465
Park Located on:
County Road 387, Howard Creek
Phone 227-7261
Owner: Charles F. House
4t4/17

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 he will be engaged in business
and in which said business is to be car-
ried on, to-wit:


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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 whichsaid business is to be car-
ried on, to-wit:
A-1 ROOFING
226 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Owner:/s/ Edward J. Mosley
4tp3/27
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF GULf
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on the
1st day of April, 1986, pursuant to F.S.
925.06, I, AL HARRISON, SHERIFF
OF GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, have
possession of the following described
property, to-wit:
One 1968 Rambler, Tag No. HCU 714,
serial number A85060A352585
One 1970 Plymouth Tag Number:
BYY 451, serial number
VL29G1B104250
One Dodge, serial number:
WM21H8G252115
One 1976 Ford, Tag Number: HEF
902, serial number 6G21H101005
One 1977 Cadillac, Tag Number: 363
SRG, serial number: 6LA757Q222602'
One Ford Station Wagon, serial
number: F5U76A106076F
One Cadllac, Tag Number WGE 174
On the 6th day of May, 1986 at Two
O'clock (2:00) (EST) in the afternoon
on the steps of the Gulf County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, I will of-
fer for sale said property for cash to
the highest bidder, subject to all prior
liens, if any, to satisfy FS 925.06.
/s/ AL HARRISON, SHERIFF
Gulf County, Florida 4t 4/3
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 elctor." Absentee Ballots
will be mailed, delivered, or may be
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 27,19886, if there is a Run-
off Election.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: Is/L. A. F'arris, 8t 3/20
City Auditor-Clerk


GOOD
REASONS
to see your good
neighbor agent
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CAR *HOME
LIFE HEALTH

BILL WOOD :
411 Reid Ave.
229-6514 or 229-6103
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STATE FAMtI
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Ho. Ofic: Bloul0o00. U1i.ol.


the most expensive way to
establish a lawn. Plugs are
,smaller pieces cut from sod
blocks. You plant them about
a foot apart. Sprigs are just
the separated, individual
runners. These are planted
end-to-end in rows six to 12
inches apart. With proper


care, a plugged or sprigged
lawn should cover in one
season.
A newly planted St. Augus-
tine lawn needs water every
day for the first two to four
weeks, and fertilizer every
six to eight weeks during the
first growing season.


St. Joe Beach resident and
president-elect of the Port St.
Joe- Rotary Club, Henry
(Hank) Cassani, was a spe-
cial guest at the Exchange
Club of Panama City when he
was presented with Ex-
change's "Proudly We Hail"
plaque indicating flying the
American flag daily.
Captain Cassani, United
States Navy, retired, was a
surprise speaker (to him)
when he addressed the Club.
On hand were outstanding


Bay County student in the
"Youth of the Month" pro-
gram, another Exchange
project.
Hank, who has seven'
grown children of his own,
gave an inspiring message to
the outstanding students.
Exchange's requirements
to get the "Proudly We Hail"
plaque are those who fly Old:
Glory daily. The current
score to date is now Mexico:
Beach, five; St. Joe Beach,i
one; and Panama City, two.


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