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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 1986
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
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USPS 518-880

FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR, NUMBER 45


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


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1988


250 Per Copy


Special Fish Fry to Raise Funds for MDA

Unique Fund-Raiser Expected to Get Nation-wide Publicity for MDA


Chief seafood chef, Keith Keogh of Epcot Center, Orlando, will be here to assist
in a fish fry today and tomorrow.


Each summer, children stricken with Muscu-
lar Dystrophy, from North Florida, South
Alabama, and South Georgia attend camp ,for
one week at the William J. Rish handicapped
facility near Port St. Joe. This year's stay will be
special for the kids due to the efforts of the
Southeastern Fisheries Association, WCTV
Channel 6, Thomasville Tallahassee, the
community of Port St. Joe and Raffield
Fisheries, Inc.
A two day fishing event entitled "Fishing For
The Answer" will allow the kids to directly
participate in raising funds for MDA. To-
day, Thursday, the kids will experience the
adventure and the excitement in caching the
fish with Raffield Fisheries, Inc., a local seafood
producer. Tomorrow, Friday,. July 11, the
kids will help prepare and serve fish for a fish fry
to held in Port St. Joe at the city park from 4 p.m.
to 8 p.m. The activities of both days will be


videotaped by WCTV and other local media and
shown during this year's Jerry Lewis MDA
Telethon.
Walt Disney World of Orlando will have
Mickey Mouse. here in Gulf County today to
mingle with the kids as they prepare to
participate in their fishing activities. The
famous cartoon character will visit with the kids
during the day and assist them in their special
project.
Mickey will be at the Port St. Joe High School
this afternoon to participate in the signing of a
proclamation, along with a group of DNR
officials, sponsors, camera crews, media,
local government officials and this year's poster
child.
All activities at the High School Commons
Area today will be open for the public to attend
free of charge.
Serving of the fish dinner will begin at 4:00


p.m. and continue until 8:00 p.m. After the meal
is finished and a partial clean-up accomplished,
a fireworks display will be presented at the City
Pier area. The fireworks were provided by the
City of Port St. Joe.
UNIQUE IDEA
The idea for this unique event was developed
by Mrs. Anna Johnson, hostess of the' "Good
Morning Show", Channel 6, WCTV and co-hos-
tess for the Jerry Lewis Telethon (Tallahassee)
and Charles Thomas, Chief, Bureau of Sea-
food Marketing and Extension Services. This
is a pilot program with the Florida Seafood
Industry agreeing to provide fish for similar
MDA activities statewide.
The city of Port St. Joe is enthusiastic about
hosting the event with Mayor Frank Pate signing
a proclamation proclaiming July 11, 1986 as
"Jerry's Kids" Day, "Fishing for the Answer",
(Continued on Page 3)


Politics .


Monette Will Be A

County Candidate
Clarence Monette, this week formally announced
his intention to seek the office of County Commissioner,
District Four and appointed Rawlis' Leslie as his
campaign treasurer.
Monette has been an instructor in the Gulf
County Public School
system for 20 years n- .
and is presently em- .a
played at Port St Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School as
a media specialist.
Monette is no
stranger to the polit-
cal scene in that he has
served as campaign
manager for both city
and county candidates
seeking election to
public office. His name
also appeared on the
1984 ballot for Demo-
'"ratle Committeeman
for precinct eight. He
is involved in many
activities throughout
the state, county, city,
community and the CLARENCE MONETTE
education profession.
He is presently serving as Gulf County's representative
t h (Continued on Page 6) pl


Witten Announces His*

Candidacy for Judge
Fred N. Witten, a local lawyer, has announced his
intention to run for the office of ,County Judge in the
upcoming election this fall.
Witten is a native of Kentucky and has lived in
Florida since 1964. He moved to Gulf County in 1970,
after graduation from the University of Florida College
of Law and has practiced, in Gulf County since that
time. He has also worked as a part time assistant public
defender since September, 1974.
"This is something I have been considering for
sevei'al years", Witten stated. "I feel that my 15 years
of practical experience and my legal training give me
the qualifications necessary to be a fair and impartial
judge for all the people of Gulf County".
Witten lives in Port St. Joe with his wife, Marilyn,
son, Jason and daughter, Casey.

Redd Says He'll

Try R -election Bid
Incumbent School Board member, Oscar Redd,
said this week he would be a candidate for re-election to
his current seat on the board in the fall elections.
Redd is complet-
ing his first term on
the School Board and
will be seeking elec-
tion under the new
single member district
arrangement, being
introduced into Gulf
County Commission
races for the first time -
this year.
Redd is a resident
of Honieyville and is
currently Board Mem-
ber from District 1.
In announcing his
candidacy, Redd said
he has established his
campaign account and
will file his qualifica-
tion papers with Sup-
ervisor of Elections
Cora Sue Robinson OSCAR REDD
next week. OSCAR REDD
(Continued on Page 6)
Supervisor of Elections, Cora Sue Robinson, said
this week, official qualification for county candidates
would begin in her office at noon Monday.
Mrs. Robinson said candidates may pay their
qualification fees during regular office hours, filling out
their filing papers, until Friday, July 18 at 5:00 p.m.
The Supervisor said prospective candidates to fill
the unexpired vacancy left by the resignation of Clerk
Jerry Gates must also file their qualification papers
during this period of qualification.
I


Clerk Jerry Gates Resigns Position


County Clerk Jerry Gates contin-
ued to keep the Gulf County Comnis-
sion off balance this week, with two
maneuvers.
First, the Clerk, who was not in
the courthouse at the time of the
meeting of the Commission Tuesday
morning, notified the Board, by letter,
than he had tendered his resignation
as Clerk of the Circuit Court, effective
December 31 of this year. The letter,
a short note of only one paragraph,
was addressed to Supervisor of
Elections, Cora Sue Robinson, and
dated July 3, informed her of the
designation to resign and stated a
copy of the letter had been forwarded
to the office of the Secretary of State
and Governor of Florida.
Speculation is that Gates has
intentions of running for another
office this fall. He could not be located
for comment Tuesday or early
Wednesday morning.
-, .... The.. Clerk is,. kqown to .hae-
become dissatisfied with the coopera-
tion he received from the offices of
Governor Bob Graham and Represen-
tative James Harold Thompson: dur-


JERRY GATES
ing a fighL-he-led to have the.Dead
Lakes Dam taken out. Gates has not
formally annoimced his intentions at
press time yesterday.
In his other move Tutesday, the


clerk continued his feud of who has
the final decision in certain matters.
Gates has exercised this difference of
oninion in at least two money matters
during the past year.
Tuesday, the Clerk expanded his
disagreement over jurisdiction- by
refusing to draw up specifications for
bidding on the county's insurance.
Deputy Clerk Maurell Cumbie, who
was present at the meeting, said
Gates had sent word he didn't think
the responsibility fell on him to
provide the (specifications and he
would not do it.
The Commission is interested in
securing bids on all county insurance
business by, October 1, so Gates'
decision has put them in a delimma.
"We don't have time to chal-
lenge Gates on this latest matter",
Chairman Billy Branch said. Gates
and Branch have been at odds over
Gates' attitude toward the several
Smatters of disagreement for some.
time and makes no effort to cover'up
his displeasure,.
The Commission is proceeding on
(Continued on Page 5)


Three Burglaries

During Holidays

Port St. Joe Police Department reported three
burglaries in the downtown area of Port St. Joe'over the
long week end.
The Oceanside Pawn Shop on Fourth Street was hit
the hardest of the three victims, reporting some $8,000
worth of firearms, cameras and other merchandise
taken from the place of business.
Police Lieutenant James Graves said thieves broke
in a door to the building and went inside, taking the
merchandise.
Two other burglaries involved two drink
machines--one in front of Pate's Service Center and
' one in front of Piggly-Wiggly. Graves said the change
was cleaned out of both machines after forcing entry.
The police department spokesman said it .isn't
-clear 'e( whether or not all burglaries were performed
by the same person or persons, but that investigations
were being conducted in each of the three crimes.


Election Supervisor Making Changes


County Attorney William
J. Rish advised the County
Commission Tuesday the
challenges made by Jerry
Gates and Stiles Brown to the
new district make-up
brought on by conversion to
single member voting dis-
tricts, had been dismissed.
The dismissal of the chal-
lenges to the district boun-
daries made the single
member district plan ac-
ceptable by the courts.
Rish said the county now
must negotiate with attor-
neys hired by Nathan Peters,
Jr., to guide the suit through
the courts, in order to pay
their fees. Rish said since
Peters' suit was successful in
bringing about the new vot-
ing method, it was the

Board Votes
To Dismantle

Wewa School
The Gulf County School
Board voted in a meeting
Tuesday afternoon to take
bids for dismantling the old
Wewah.itchka High School
building, located on Highway
71.
The building in recent
years had been used as an
elemtary school, but a new
elementary school building is
presently under construction
and is scheduled to be
completed before the fall
term of school begins.
"Even if the work on the
new building isn't finished
by then, we will make
temporary arrangements for
classroom activities in some
other area than the old school
building'. Superintendent
Walter Wilder said.
Bids for the razing of the
old school building will be
received until September 1.
Wilder said only the por-
tion of the Highway 71 school
complex which was built in
1926 will be torn down. "We
are going to continue to use
the gymnasium and newer
rooms built in recent years in
our school program". he
said.


county's responsibility to pay
the attorneys who introduced
the suit.
Rish said he didn't know
how much the fees would be,
but that he would begin
negotiations with the Talla-
hassee law firm immediately
to arrive at a figure.
In the meantime, Supervi-
sor of Elections, Cora Sue
Robinson came before the
Commission Tuesday with
two problems brought up by
the change in district lines.
She pointed out that in the
Wewahitchka area, some 60
voters have been voting in a
precinct which lies in another
district now. "It will be
impossible to program their
voting machines and incon-
venient to send them to
another voting place to cast
their ballot."
The Supervisor said she
was considering placing the
voters, who live north of the
Jehu Cemetery Road, in
another precinct. She stated
the law required her to report
any changes she was con-
templating in placing voters
in precincts.
The other problem was in
Precinct Nine here in Port St.
Joe. She pointed out four
voters had formerly voted in
the Precinct Nine station but
live in the environs of new
District Three. Since their
votes would normally be in a
Precinct which is voting on
District Four candidates,
they would have to receive
special attention. Robinson
reported she is considering
moving them into Precinct
10, which would change their
polling place from the Stac
House to the Boy Scout hut.
Robinson said she is at-
tempting to contact all voters
and inform them they will
only vote on School Board
and County Commissioner
who will serve their particu-
lar district.
RIVER USE
Hal Summers, of the
Northwest Florida Water
Management District, advis-
ed the Commission the
agency wanted local input in
deciding how to control activ-
ity in and around the Apala-


chicola River in the future.
"We now control some 36,000


acres on the Apalachicola
River and we want to see as


much public use of the river the same time", Summers
as possible and protect it at (Continued on Page 5)


Child Killed by Hit and Run Auto


Laura Kye Bidwell age 11,
became Gulf County's fourth traffic
victim of the year, when she was
struck down by a hit and run driver on
Highway 71, just south of Wewahitch-
ka last Thursday morning.
According to Sheriff Al Harrison,
the child was struck by a vehicle
travelling at a high rate of speed, as it
passed two other vehicles on Highway
71. The victim was riding a moped on
the side of the road when the accident
occurred.
Sheriff Harrison said after the
collision, the vehicle took off at a high
rate of speed with a witness in pursuit.
The car was followed to a dirt road,
where it left the highway.
A massive search was put into
operation about this time by state and
local law enforcement, assisted by


two airplanes, .combing the maze of
dirt roads in the north end of the
county for the fleeing automobile.
Harrison said a Wewahitchka
business man came forward and told
of two white males, Walter Scott
McKnight and his brother Kenneth
Jerome McKnight, observed south of
Wewahitchka drinking and acting in a
belligerent manner just prior to the
accident and that they headed south in
a green Chevrolet minutes before the
accident was reported.
Later in the day, Bay County
officers located Walter Scott Mc-
Knight in a Panama City bar and took
him in for questioning. The car, which
was owned by the mother of the
McKnight brothers, was later found
by the Parker police. Both the
brothers live at the same Callaway


address.
After questioning, the McKnight
brothers were then turned over to Gulf
County authorities, who charged Wal-,
ter McKnight with leaving the scene
of an accident involving a fatality,
DUI manslaughter and driving while
his drivers' license was revoked on a
former DUI charge. Kenneth Mc-
Knight was charged with aiding and
abetting in the case. Both are being
held in the Gulf County Jail. No bond
has been set as yet. They are to
appear before Circuit Judge W. N.
Bailey sometime this week, according
to Sheriff Harrison.
According to Sheriff Harrison,
Walter Scott McKnight has been
determined as the driver of the car
which struck the child.


Three Hurt In Two


Auto Crashes


The driver of this car drove all the way from California
before hitting a second vehicle on Highway 98 Monday
afternoon.


Two accidents Monday,
damaged four automobiles
and sent three people to Gulf
Pines for treatment and
observation of injuries, ac-
cording to information re-
ceived from law enforcement
officials.
Monday, just before noon,
a two-car collision at the
intersection of Niles Road
and Garrison Avenue dam-
aged two autos and sent one
to the hospital when Ger-
trude Gilbert Green of St.
Petersburg, failed to stop at
thd intersection and struck a
second car driven by Levon
Maurice Stripling of Port St.
Joe.
According to Florida High-
way Patrolman C.A. Jack-
son, Stripling was driving
east on Niles Road and Green
was headed south on Garri-
son when the two vehicles
collided. Trooper Jackson
said Green failed to slow
down or stop in time to avoid
the collision.


A 4-Way Stop at the inter-
section requires everyone to
stop.
Stripling was taken to Gulf
Pines for observation.
SECOND ACCIDENT
About three and a half
hours later, a crash at the
intersection of Gautier Me-
morial Lane and Highway 98,
sent two to Gulf Pines for
treatment of minor injuries
and severely damaged two
automobiles.
Port St. Joe Police Depart-
ment officials said Lisa
Diane Scott of California
struck the rear end of a car
driven by Mrs. Howard Neel
at the intersection, as Mrs.
Neel slowed to make a left
turn into the intersection,
Both vehicles were heavily
damaged with the Neel ve-
hicle declared a total loss.
Neither driver was serious-
ly injured.
The accident was investi-
gated by Officers Nat Bran-
non and Steve Hutto.


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We Can All Help



Today, Tomorrow


The people in our area along
with Southeastern Fisheries Asso-
ciation and the Department of
Natural Resources is doing some-
thing which is real positive in its
nature. With Raffield Fisheries fur-
nishing the muscle and know-how
to carry out the project, we're go-
ing to get involved in drawing na-
tional attention to the needs of
those unfortunate people (mostly
children) who suffer from
Muscular Dystrophy.
It's not often we get the
opportunity to do something which
will be heard around our nation,
but this week end we will get this
opportunity.
We hope you join in and
support the project.
What is it? It's helping those
with Muscular Dystrophy help
themselves in their effort to pique
public attention to their plight and
their willingness to help in what-
ever way they can.
They are going to be putting on
a big fish fry here in Port St. Joe to
raise funds for the MD drive, to be
presented on the annual telethon on
Labor Day which is hosted by Jerry
Lewis.
You say, "So what? We hold
fish fries around here all the time
to raise funds for everything from a


new roof on a church to buying,
uniforms for Little League!"
In this instance, however, the
afflicted kids will be doing as much
as they can to actually catch the
fish to be fried and to prepare and
serve them to the many who will
purchase their $2.00 tickets. In
most fish fries, the beneficiaries
usVally stand around watching
while somebody else does the work.
; We'll have national TV cover-
age of the event; we'll have
national attention drawn to the
presentation of the funds to the
Jerry Lewis telethon on Labor Day,
and we'll be the center of national
attention when it is pointed out the
MD victims did much of the work
themselves.
Such positive exposure rarely
comes our way. Usually there are
those waiting in the wings to give
us national exposure on something
distasteful. Since this is such a
unique experience, we feel we
should give it our wholehearted
endorsement by participating to
the greatest extent possible.
One way you can participate is
to buy a fish fry ticket before the
big dinner tomorrow and let's all
attend en masse to show what kind
of people really live here in Port St.
Joe.


You'll probably be hearing a
lot more about it as time goes by,
but this week, Port St. Joe's
merchants took the step toward an
on-going program to make down-
town Port St. Joe look a whole lot
better.
For the past two years, mem-
bers of the Merchant's Association
have been paying into a fund to
finance a p-.tionI-Qf. the work,
which will incliudif landscaping,
planning,, special effects and a
general face-lifting of the business
district of our town.
The downtown area has great
possibilities for having its appear-
ance improved and the merchants
want to get about the business of
doing it and having it done.
This isn't going to be one of
those serious-faced delegations
which parade up to the City
Commission with a fist full of
elaborate plans and a demand that
"We want YOU to get busy with
this project because we are tax
payers ." type of presentation.
The city will be called on, to be
sure. In this particular case .the
merchants will be calling on the
city to join with them in financing
and bringing about the change to
make our downtown area a more
pleasant place to be and visit.


Already, the merchants have a
small nest egg to get this project
rolling and their effort to help
themselves will be met by the
Commission's eagerness to cooper-
ate in the endeavor.



.Great!
We've said it before, but it:
deserves to be said again.
The fireworks display here
in Port St. Joe Friday night was
just fabulous and the people
who responded to its presenta-
tion expressed themselves in
the same manner as we are.
Like the expenditure of the
money to fix up the Statue of
Liberty, we feel the money our
City spends each year on the
fireworks display is money well
spent because of the together-
ness the display provides for
our people and the extra little
nudge of patriotism it gives us.
We appreciate the Fire
Department taking time off
from their holiday to set off the
items in the display for us, too.
They did a great job.


No Matter How Much Liberty Weekend Cost, It Was Worth


I CAN'T HELP but wonder just
how much the celebration in New
York City and the refurbishing
program on the Statue of Liberty
really cost. Watching the program on
CNN several times during the day on
July 4., I heard figures all the way
from $115 million to $235 million, so
the figure is still uncertain so far as I
kiow.
The best source I have seen said
renovation of the statue itself cost $70
million. Likely it wouldn't have cost
that much to build a new Liberty.
Lee Iacocca, who sold the nation
Chryslers, also sold the nation on
parting with $300 million in nickles,
dimes, quarters and a few dollar bills
to rehabilitate the .statue and throw
the big Liberty party over the past
week end. Regardless of the cost,
there is no doubt the party was a
whopping success; not only in New
York, but throughout the nation as a
whole. Even here in Port St. Joe.
LIKE I SAID, I'm not sure of just
how much the big bash cost, but I am
sure of one thing. Whatever it cost, it
was worth the price.


I have never seen Americans so
hepped on simply being an American.
Patriotism was so thick over the week
end, it dripped from almost every
source. The news presentations, the


way we mistreat it and the freedom it
provides for its people.
While so many of our native born
Americans are milking the nation for
all it can provide them, these new


ETAOIN SHRDLU

I By: Wesley R. Ra


talk shows, the interviews, the
newspaper comics, the cartoons, the
editorials and columns, the street
scenes. Everything one experienced
over the week end was unashamedly
patiotic. I
The interviews shown on CNN's
coverage of the Liberty party in New
York of some of the emigrants to our.
country should make those of us who
were born in this country ashamed of
the way we take it for granted and the


situation, he showed it, when the
Russians tried to place missiles in
Cuba. I'll always be grateful to him
for that.
Another thing I will always be


,msey


Americans, who weie formerly some-
thing else, were all ecstatic over just
the opportunity to come to this'
country and partake of the opportuni-
ties it offered them.
++ + ++
I WASN'T PARTICULARLY a
fan of President John F. Kennedy. He
was a smart man and an able
administrator. When it came to
having to 'display some of that age-old
American toughness in a given


grateful to him for was his inaugural
statement, "Ask not what your
country can do for you; ask what you
can do for your country".
It seems to me that even those
who idolized President Kennedy,
seem to have forgotten that statement
of his which became a quotation on the
lips of people in virtually every nation
in the world.
It's a pity we as Americans, for
the large part, consider his quotation


as merely a good-sounding p
Lee lacocca, the son of em
a seller of automobiles,' pr
showed the real meaning i
President Kennedy meant
phrase, in my opinion. He sl
time, which is worth a consi
amount of money to him,
funds to rebuild a statue wh
become a symbol of Am
everywhere. He also said he w
take advantage of the notri
refurbishing of the statue gave
run for President. He'did it bec
knew what America had done
emigrant parents and he knew
could do for others who on
advantage of what was a'
instead of standing on the
corner, crying for even more
I get the impression that
was extremely thankful f
opportunity he had received fr
country to become what I
become.
BEFORE I GOT ON my so
I started out wondering just ho'
this party and its attendant ref
ing the statue cost us. Even I


Boys,I does America know
how to celebrate, or what?
Did yol see the fireworks
that lasted for two nights on
ABC? We may have a prob-
lem or two or seven in this
country but celebrating ain't
one of them. As I was
a'watching the skies light up


around the Statue of Liberty
I couldn't help but think of
the ways we celebrated
when I was growing up back
on the farm.
Of course we were real red
blooded Americans we
loved to celebrate. Problem
was we just didn't know how


to do it properly. First of all
we didn't have any fireworks
that would shoot a mile and a
half up into the air and then
burst into a beautiful array
of colors. As a matter of fact
we didn't have any fireworks
that would go ten feet into
the air and burst into an ar-


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THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1986 PAGE TWO


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ray of one color. If the truth
was known, we didn't have
any fireworks at all. It just
didn't dawn on me that you
couldn't celebrate properly
without fireworks.
Now, Bo Booth's uncle
came to visit him one sum-
mer and he brought Bo a


Hunker Down with Kes




Hurray!

by Kesley Colbert


Every Penny
hrase. wasn't really sure Friday in his
migrants, interviews. He stated that all the
imarily, money raised would be spent to
of what observe the 100th anniversary of the
by that statue and if it cost more than there
pent his were funds available, then more
iderable money would be raised.
raising What he was sayiiig was, "Hang
uich has the cost, we've something important
tericans to do here".
would not Spending $300 million to repair a
ety the statue and throw a party may seem
him, to like an awful waste of money. Several
:ause he have expressed themselves thusly. As
for his usual there are those who have said
what it the money would have been better
ily took spent if it had been used to feed the
available *poor.
street In a sense, it was used to feed the
-. poor. The results of the week end
Iacocca party nourished the patriotism of our
or the people in such a way as it had never
om this been nourished before.
he has And, if anything ever needed
nourishing, it was the patriotism of
our people.
)ap box, I wish we had $300 million to
w much spend on such a party next year, too.
furbish- The shot in the arm it gave our
Iacocca national pride was priceless.


Tides A" St. Joseph's Bay


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6:45 a.m. 5:11 p.m.
6:18 a.m. 4:40 p.m.
6:39 a.m. 5:19 p.m.
7:19a.m. 6:14 p.m.


Comments:


Roman candle. We liked to
never have figured out how
to light that thing. We just
laid it down and finally got it
going but it just sputtered
around and shot a few sparks
out on the ground. After we
got the fire put out Ricky
Hale suggested that it might
have worked better if we
could have gotten it to shoot
up into the air. Gus Bradford
had seen the smoke from the
grass fire and he hurried
over. Gus was a little older
than the rest of us and by his
own admission he knew just
about everything about
everything. He'd even been
to Atlanta. Of course some of
us doubted that because he
claimed that Atlanta had
four lane highways. Now, we
(Continued on Page 3)

Letters to Editor

Salutes 18

Year-Olds
Dear Editor:
As we celebrate the 210th
anniversary of the birth of
our great nation, it is easy to
recall those whose names are
recorded in the annals of
history. However, there are
many unsung heroes deserv-
ing our recognition and
thanks who have namelessly
contributed to the strength of
the United States of America.
From the days of the first
permanent settlement in
Jamestown, through the
American Revolution, the
War of 1812, the American
Civil War, both World Wars
and most recently, Vietnam,
men have borne arms to fight
the common foe when occa-
sion demanded.
During peace and during
(Continued on Page 3)

Out of

Proportion
Dear Wesley '
Your headline regarding
replacement of Interim Chief
Maige was blown entirely out
of proportion. Commissioner

Peters did not say Interim
Chief Maige was too old. He
merely asked Mr. Maige how
old he was and when Mr.
Maige replied 72, Peters
suggested the city begin
taking applications for a
younger, permanent chief
and made a motion to that
effect. I agreed and so
seconded the motion which
did not pass. We are all
grateful to Interim Chief
Maige for the part he has
played in the Police Depart-
ment. However, it would not
hurt to have applications on
file in event another "emer-
gency" occurred.
I have a tape recording bf
the Commission meeting of
July 1st, if you would like to
listen to it.
Yours very truly,
Emily M. Roche


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1986 PAGE THREE


SHAD

PHANTRY

by Wendell Campbell

*.. .* .I



What War?
SHAD AND I were discussing some of our prob-
lems a few days ago and I remarked that I was about to
worry myself to death. I explained how I would lay
awake at night worrying about this, that and the other.
I told him how I worried so much sometimes that I
could only eat three or four meals a day. Shad was
somewhat taken aback by my confession.
"What good does worrying do?" he asked. He con-
tinued by saying worrying never solved a problem. In
fact, he let me know that most of the time worrying
only made the problems) worse.
If Shad is correct in his thinking then I must be way
off base. I look at problems and worrying a lot differ-
ently than Shad and most people do.
The way I see it, bacon was made for eggs, R.C.'s
were made for moon pies, horses were made to ride
and problems were made to worry about.

I AM A WORRIER. I must like to worry. I can't
remember ever being in a position where I didn't have
anything to worry about. If I ever were in that position,
I believe I would worry about not having anything to
worry about. I'm not talking about being concerned,
either. I'm talking real hard-down, walking the floor
worrying.
I know very few wealthy people. The ones I do
know don't seem to have any problems big enough to
worry about. I am told, however, that they do worry.
And do you know what they worry about most? They
worry about money! The very thing that they have
most of is their biggest worry. If they are not worrying
about getting more of it, I'm told, they are worrying
that someone may be trying to take some of what they
have.
Money is one thing that I don't worry about. I don't
have any, so why worry about something you don't
have? Horsefeathers, let the bankers and the rich peo-
ple worry about that! Let's you and I worry about big
things like, how far does space go and who's going to
bury the last man.

I WORRY A LOT about my friends. A few of them
are sick and it bothers me. Quite a few are well but look
bad, and that bothers me too;
I also worry about my enemies. Some of them are
sick also. I'm pulling for them to get sicker. The ones
that are not sick, however, are my biggest worry. What
if one of them decides to even things up with me.
Things might get sticky.
You see, I worry about big things, life and death
situations!
* *
I RECALL SOME YEARS BACK a friend told me
he had hired a gentleman to do some yard work for
him. One of the chores was to trim his hedge that sur-
rounded his home.
My friend ivas sitting by an open window that was
close to the hedge the man was trimming. A friend of
the hired man stopped by to chat and eventually the
conversation turned to problemskfAfter a shortconver- .
station about., mutual dtomj -problems, the visitor- -
suddenly asked the hired an, "Say, Man, was you ever
in the war?"
The hired hand stopped trimming, straightened
up, and with a sincere and honest look on his face pro-
claimed, "Ever day!"
It's not a jungle out there anymore folks, it's war,
ever day!"



Kesley (From Page 2)


were kind'a rural but we
weren't that out of it no
one's going to build two
roads side by side.
Gus surveyed the situation
and then allowed as how we
should have lit the Roman
candle on the end, not in the
middle. He also took a stick
and demonstrated how you
hold a Roman candle in your
hand and let itshoot up in the
air. I looked around at the
half acre we'd burned off


and. thought to myself
there's no way I'm going to
hold one of those things in
my hand and let someone
light it. Ole Gus was sure
wrong about those roads in
Atlanta and he just might be
wrong about Roman
candles, too.
We'd sometimes make our
own "fireworks". We'd get
some of the rubbing alcohol
that Dad kept up at the barn.
for the mules. You could


-u w -Ow WI

The Church of the Nazarene
Excitemertt is in the air. We are a small but growing church
with a big welcome.
SUNDAY SCHOOL....................... 0:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ...................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ....................... 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICE .......... 7:00 P.M.
Location: 2420 Long Avenue


Pastor
DARRELL DENNIS


Youth Minister
DWIGHT DENNIS


gal to


Muscular

in Port St. Joe. According to Pate, "W
this event 100 percent and are proud to
of a new beginning for "Jerry's
addition contributions and broad base
have come from local industries, civic
governmental bodies to set the pace fo
community project.
FLORIDA'S FINEST CHEF
Bob Jones, Executive Director of ti
eastern Fisheries Association and
sponsor for "Fishing for the Answer"
(the Florida Seafood Industry) are thr


Dystrophy (Continued f

Ne support participating in an attempt to raise funds to
o be a part combat this dreaded disease and to allow these
Kids". In kids a unique opportunity to actually catch fish
ed support and be a part of the food preparation with the
clubs and help of the finest seafood chef in Florida, Chef
or a model Keith Keogh, Executive Chef Walt Disney's
World's Epcot Center." Chef Keogh stated he is
working on a special recipe with "Jerry's Kids"
to provide a magic meal for the event. The menu
he South-- will consist of fresh new potatoes from Hastings;
a major fresh Zellwood white corn: cole slaw supreme;
said, "We "Jerry's Kids" hush puppies: batter fried mullet
killed to be wrapped with love: and iced tea. Jones also said,


New Bridge Finished
Pleasant Rest. Cemetery Road now has a new, modern
concrete bridge open to traffic. For many years, this
crossing of Wetappo Creek was served by a rickety wooden


OBITUARIES:


Laurie Kye
Laurie Kye Bidwell, 11,
died suddenly Thursday. She
was a lifelong resident of
Wewahitchka and was a
student, at Wewahitchka
Elementary School.
She is survived by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. David
Bidwell of Honeyville: two
brothers., Jay Bidwell and
Eric Bidwell both of Honey-
ville; maternal grandmo-
ther, Leola Taunton of Hon-,
eyville and paternal grand-
parents, John and Lois Bid-
well of Wewahitchka; eight

light-that-stuff and it would
give off kind of a blue flame.
It burned up pretty fast but it
looked good while it lasted. If
we really wanted to cele-
brate we'd cut into a few
shotgun shells and pour the
powder into a snuff can top.
You sprinkle the powder
around a box of strike
anywhere matches, light it
and you'd get an explosion of
sorts. Maybe not an array of
colors and not a lot of noise
but it would usually get a few
"aaahs" from the crowd. It
also would raise a few
grown-fip's eyebrows.
Mostly I think we
celebrated. back in those
days by eating. Fourth of Ju-
ly, Ground Hog Day,
Memorial Day or Decoration
Day at the church the first
Sunday in May it didn't
matter the occasion for
celebrating we always
planned "big eating"
around these events. I guess
we ate big because we didn't
know what else to do. I can
tell you this a good time
was had by all and I believe
that's the bottom line in
celebrating.
I believe that this past
week a good time was had by
al across our country and so
hopefully we had a good
Fourth. I know that we have
enough problems in the
world today and in our coun-
try that we're entitled to a
good old fashion celebration
once in a while. Maybe if we
had more celebrations ..
I've got to stop now and find
me something to eat all
this talk of celebrating has
made me hungry. It goes
back to my upbringing.
Respectfully,
Kesley


bridge, which was there for many years, even before thi
was paved. In recent years, the DOT said the, bridge
dangerous and the Gulf County Commission decid
replace It this year. The road has been closed
November while the bridge construction work w
progress.


H. C. (Lefty) Thomas


ii Mr. Henry Clay (Lefty)
Bidw ell, 11 Thomason. 69. of Highland
View passed away suddenly
aunts: eight uncles and many Thursday morning. He was a
cousins that loved her. long time resident of Gulf
County and was a standout
Graveside funeral services aCounter and was ver active in
were held at Roberts Ceme- player and was very active in
tery Saturdaythe City League Baseball
terry Saturday. teams in the 1940's.
Comforter Funeral Home, He is survived by one son,
Wewahitchka Brach Chapel, Henry Clay Thomason, Jr. of
was in charge of all arrange- Port St. Joe; two daughters,
ments. Kathleen Grace of St. Joe
Beach and Linda Marotz of
t H l d f Pensacola: one brother,
R tes Held or Cleveland (Bo) Thomason of
Chumne Baby St. Cloud; four sisters, Lau-
v Ba ada Hughes and Nobie
Barrow, both of Crestview,
Shane Marie Chumney. in- .Minnie Ola Cram of Port Sti
-.tant daughter. of Tina Martez,j prd Borothv Knowles of
.Chumney of Wewahilchka Perry. and iive grandchil-
passed away Thursday even- j dren.
ing at Bay Medical Center.
Graveside funeral services
were held at Roberts Ceme- Maxie Lister
tery with Rev. Paul Wetzel Maxie Lister
Utf,- f i nahI~


ofmiciting.
Comforter Funeral Home -
Wewahitchka Branch Chapel
was in charge of all services.


Salute
(Continued from Page 2)
war, committed men have
maintained the military
strength so vital to the
strength of the nation. Today.
we are blessed with peace
and are fortunate to cele-
brate more than 13 years of
draft-free existence. How-
ever, we must be prepared to
bolster the all volunteer
armed forces in the event of a
national emergency.
Since Selective Service re-
gistration was reinstituted in
1980. more than 16 million
men have added their names
to the list of those eligible to
serve their country in a time
of need.
As we take time to cele-
brate this national day of
pride and rejoice in the
unveiling of the refurbished
Statue of Liberty, let us also
take the time to celebrate the
commitment of the 18 year
old men who take five
minutes of their time to
register with Selective Ser-
vice and thereby continue
our efforts to keep America
the "land of the free and
home of the brave."
Sincerely.
Wilfred L. Ebel
Acting Director. Selec-
tive Service System


Mrs. Maxie Ellis Lister, 66,
died Sunday, July 6 at her
home in Wewahitchka. She
had been a resident of Wewa-
hitchka for the past 45 years.
She is survived by two sons,
Benny C. Lister of Wewa-
hitchka and Roy M. Lister of
Panama City: six grandchil-
dren, Dayton, Darrell and
Ashley of Wewahitchka, Mi-
chelle. Meredith and Carol-
ine of Gaihesville: two sis-
ters. Mrs. Estelle David of
Foley. Alabama and Mrs.
Inez Kozlowsky of Panama
City.
Funeral services were held
Monday. Interment. was in
Jehu Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fune-
ral Home. Wewahitchka
Branch Chapel.

Correction
In a story last week. The
Star stated terminated em-
ployees at Sylvachem's Port
St. Joe plant had turned down
lesser jobs with the firm than
they held before the owner-
ship change.
This was a misunderstand-
ing. Several employees in the
Jacksonville office refused
lesser jobs with the new-
company. but none of the
Port St. Joe terminated
employees were offered
other jobs or positions.
The Star regrets the mis-
understanding.

Dinner Cruise
Local AA\P0 members and
Iheir guess art invited to
aitend tihe (Capt Anderson's
Dinner Boat ('Cruise this
Friday. July I The cruise
departs alt 7: p.min ('l)T and
returns at 10:o1 pm. 11Meinm-
bers will meet at the Ander-
son pier at 5550 N I-a goon
lrive. Panama (il\ (Cost is
/lti 9i5) lor ad( lts and1( S17.i9 5
ot'or children, includes choice
of five entrees. nllerltain-
Ilenl. ta and lip.
Call your friends. gel a car
11ul and join ill Ie ull of a
dinner served \O ilet cruising
oil tlhe (tull' l of, t M xitco No
treset'valtions Tare L('ecess;lI'
Fi'or further intormialion con-
Iac;t !rnesti lienidrick' at
ii;-;t-271


rom Page One)

"We intend to expand this idea to the greatest
extent possible by supplying MDA with fish to
raise funds through Florida."

Plans are to have every dollar in ticket sales
and contributions for the fish fry go directly to
MDA. "Fishing For The Answer" is being
organized by the Florida Bureau of Seafood
Marketing and Extension Services. Tickets may
be purchased from any Port St. Joe civic club
member or at the event. All donations may be
sent to the Wewahitchka State Bank in Port St.
Joe or contributed at the event.


New Students
Must Register
New students that will be
attending Port St. Joe Elem-
entary School in the fall and
have not registered with the
school are encouraged to do
so as soon as possible.
New kindergarten students
who did not attend the
screening in May and are not
registered with the school
should be enrolled imme-
diately. /
It is very important for the
school to have an accurate
enrollment count so proper
r staffing plans can be made
prior to the beginning of
school on August 18.
School personnel will be
available to register students
from 8:00 to 11:30 and 12:30
e road to 4:00 on the following days:
e was July 14, 16, 21, 23, 28-31 and
ed to August 4-8 and 11-15.


since
as in



on


Funeral services were held
Sunday in the chapel of
Gilmore Funeral Home with
Rev. Jimmy Clark officiating.
Burial was in the family plot
at Holly Hill Cemetery of
Port St. Joe.
All arrangements were by
Gilmore Funeral Home.


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By Emily Roche
Everybody thinks of
changing humanity, but no-
body thinks of changing him-
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* *
We heard about a new
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They have six command-
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you-cans.
a *
Never drink on an empty
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an empty head.
S S *
It's good to get rid of your
prejudices. Trouble is, then
people think you don't have a
mind of your own.

The trouble with getting on
your high horse is that it's
hard to dismount gracefully.
** *
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1986


Candlelight Service Unites Donna


Watson and
'A candlelight service at the plicity of
First Baptist Church united couple re
Donna Reid Watson and exchange
-James Edward Costin in for prayer
marriage at 5:00 p.m. on June sang The
7, 1986. The double ring they lit th
ceremony was performed by soloist sa
Rev. Howard Browning. Just Begu
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bruce At the
Watson of Saudi Arabia. The money thE
bridegroom is the son of party gre,
James Elliot Costin of Port a receiving
St. Joe and the late Mrs.
Costin. He is the grandson of
Mi. and Mrs. Cecil Costin,
Sr. of Port St. Joe and Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Smith of
Tavarres.
Nuptial music was per-
formed by Mrs. Temple
Watson, church organist.
The bride was given in
marriage by her parents and
"escorted to the altar by her _
-father.
The bride wore a tradition-
al gown of taffeta and Venise
lace. The puffed sleeves had l
'lace trimmed flounces. The
close-fitting bodice had lace
trimmed flounced neckline .
and a stand up collar with
sheer illusion net. Schiffli
embroidery, sequins and
-simulated pearls trimmed
:the front yoke. Baby ruffles
of chantilly type lace formed
the chapel length train. To
:complement the gown pearls
and sequins accented the
headpiece that flowed into a
two tiered chantilly lace
trimmed veil.
'The bride carried a cas-
cade bouquet of white and
lavender Frezia, baby's
.breath and ivy.
'Maid of honor was Miss
Selina Woodall. Bridesmaids
'were Mrs. Leslie Jennewein,
cousin of the groom and Miss MR.
Allison Costin, sister of the
'. groom. They were attired in
'identical lavender taffeta tea
length gowns. They featured
off the shoulder puffed
,.sleeves and dropped waist.
/Each wore pearl necklaces
and earrings, gift from the H e
bride and carried small H
.lavender and white frezia
bouquets identical to the Dana K
bride. Dana K
d. daughter o
SJames Elliot Costin, father Cannon a
.,'of the bridegroom was best Swatts, all
la-tn. Groomsmen" were competed
Keith Watson, brother of the State Hem:
r"b.ide, and Charles Costin, Orlando or
cousin of the groom. Ushers and 29th.
were Kip Altstaetter and Bill The pag
Allen, friends of the groom. sented by
They were attired in grey testants fi
tuxedoes. N Florida. 0
Greenery and candles en- testants re
hanced the beauty and sim- cial pagea.



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James Edward Costin


the altar as the
peated their vows,
d rings and knelt
r as Selina Woodall
Lord's Prayer. As
ie unity candle the
ang "We've Only
in".
close of the cere-
e entire wedding
eted their guests.in
g line in the church


vestibule. The wedding was
directed by Mrs. W.L. Alt-
staetter and assisted by Mrs.
Mike Nelson.
Following the ceremony a
reception was held by the
bride's parents at St. Jos-
eph's Bay Country Club.'Mr.
Curtis Davidson's band pro-
vided music for the occasion.
Mrs. Stuart Shoaf and Mrs.
Billy Carr served the bride's


AND MRS. JAMES EDWARD COSTING


cake, Mrs. Bill Carr served
the groom's cake and Miss
Jill Strait attended the guest
book.
After the reception the
couple left for a week in the
Smoky Mountains after
which they will make their
home in Panama City where
he is employed with Gulf
Coast Landscaping Co.
A coffee was held to
introduce the bride and her
mother on May 10 in the
home of Mrs. David May.
Other hostesses were: Mrs.
Eugene Abrams, Mrs. Fer-
rell Allen, Mrs. W.L. Alt-
staetter, Mrs. Ashley Costin,
Mrs. Roy Smith, Mrs. Bobbie
Watts and Mrs. May.
On May 29 a bridal shower
was held at the First Baptist
Church. Hostesses were:
Mrs. Don Ashcraft, Mrs.
Jerry Barnes, Mrs. Ronald
Childers, Mrs. Jim Faison,
Mrs. Bill Fleming, Mrs.
Ernest Lowery, Mrs. Tom
Parker, Mrs. John Rich,
Mrs. Robert Whittle and Mrs.
Edward Wood.
Wetappo Creek was the
setting for a barbeque given -
by cousins of the groom on
May 31. Hosts were Mr. and
Mrs. Billy Carr, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Phinizy, Mr. and
Mrs. Stuart Shoaf, Mr. and
Mrs. Donnie Jennewein, Mr.
and Mrs. Robbie Costin,
Leonard Costin and Charles
Costin.
A bridesmaid's luncheon
was held at Butler's Restau-
rant on June 5. Hostesses
were Mrs. Alice Bowen and
Mrs. Lunnette 'Gibson.
A rehearsal dinner was
hosted by Mr. James Elliot
Costin, the bridegroom's fa-
ther at Tyndall Air Force
Base Officers Club.


Dr. Harper

To Speak at

1st Baptist

Dr. Oliver Harper will be
the pulpit guest at First
Baptist Church Sunday. He
will bring the message at the
11:00 a.m. worship hour.
Dr. Harper was converted
and entered the ministry
while attending the White
City Baptist Mission during
the time First Baptist was
sponsoring the mission. He
served for years as a mis-
sionary to Indonesia through
the Southern Baptist Conven-
tion Foreign Mission Board.
He is now in private medical
practice in Alabama.
First Baptist extends an
invitation to everyone to
attend this special service. A
modern comfortable nursery
is always provided for chil-
dren through three years of
age.
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Michelle Marie Ullmen and
Donald Ray Leker will be
married on July 12 at Long
Avenue Baptist Church at
2:30 CDT. All friends of the
family are welcome to at-


tend.
A reception will follow at
the Leker's townhouse next
to Look Out Lounge on
Beacon Hill. Beach attire is
acceptable for the reception.


)atts Wins Awards at


)misphere Pageant


lli Swatts, age 11,
f Mr. and Mrs. Ted
and Mr. Higdon
I of Port St. Joe,
in the Floriba
sphere Pageant in
n June 27th, 28th,
geant was repre-
hundreds of con-
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ner. Entertainment was pro-
vided for them during their
three day competition. The
judges' panel was made up of
fifteen men and women. The
judges ranged from cover
models from Florida, New
York, California, and various
foreign fashion consultants, a
country wide dance contest
judge, a professional pianist
and vocalist, Irv. Kokol, Vice
President for Communica-
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Video Productions, and Ita-
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actors and actresses, ac-
complished pianist and direc-
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Florida.
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competed in were beauty
11-13, modeling 11-15, west-
ern wear 11-13, and talent
11-15. Each contestant was
involved in semi-final com-
petition on Friday and Satur-
day, and final competition on.
Sunday. An Award Banquet
was held on Sunday in honor
of the contestants in the state
pageant. Each of them re-
ceived a tiara and a two foot
trophy for winning in their
regional pageant, and being
eligible for the state pageant.
Dana was the over all Ad
Sales Winner, and she re-
ceived a five foot trophy,
banner, and two 17 jeweled
diamond wrist watches.
On .Sunday evening, final
competition began and Dana
placed in the top ten in
beauty. Some of the other
awards she received were a
$1,000.00 scholarship to the
college or university of her
choice, and two full scholar-
ships to the Philadelphia
Academy of Theatrical Arts
that are valid till 1996. The
academy teaches theatrical
arts, television commercial,
T.V. media, and photogra-
phic modeling. She also was
video taped while making a


commercial to be sent to
casting-..directors. Through
this service, many have been
placed in television commer- .
cials and major *motionqpic-
tures. Over 4,000 have been in i
major films and 1,000 in
national commercials.,
She received one-half of
her entry fees paid to the 23rd
National Hemisphere Page-
ant to be held on August 4th -
9th at the Fontainebleau
Hilton Hotel in Miami Beach.
The winners will receive
many nice prizes such. as
cars, furs, college scholar-
ships, $12,000.00 in U.S.
Bonds, trips to the South
Pacific, and tiaras, banners,
and trophies.
Recently Dana participat-
ed in the Miss Junior World
U.S.A. Pageant and was first
runner up in beauty. She
received a beautiful trophy
and $150.00 paid entry fee in
beauty to the National Miss
Junior World U.S.A Pageant.


Neel and

Walker

Are Wed
Mrs. Alvin Huff and Paul
Presnell would like to an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Beth Neel, to Dan- bh
iel Walker. The marriage 15
took place on June 12 at Rials c
Creek Methodist Church in bc
Mendenhall, Mississippi; b
Beth is the granddaughter hi
of Mr. and Mrs. Mark ot
Tomlinson and Mr. and Mrs. h
B.L. Presnell of Port St. Joe. bi
Daniel is the pon of Mrs.
Mary Shows and the late Mr. a
J.D. Walker of Mendenhall. p,
The couple is residing with B,
Mr. and Mrs. Huff in Mend- G
enhall.


DR. SILAS GREEN
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN

Is Pleased to Announce the
Opening of His Chiropractic Office
located at

3701 East Third Street
Springfield, Florida
Specializing in Neck and Low Back Pain
Most Insurance Accepted
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JEREMY ROBERSHAW

First Birthday
Jeremy Robershaw cele-
rated his first birthday June
5 with a party. He had a
chocolate clown cake with
balloons and a birthday
manner. His brother Chris,
is cousin Aaron Hamm and
other, friends and relatives
helped him celebrate his
rthday.
Jeremy is the son of Ronnie
nd Brenda Robershaw of
ort St. Joe; the grandson of
illy and Lynda Williams of
adsden, Alabama, Ruben
nd Betty Fowle of Boaz,
labama; great grandpar-
its are Dan and Cleverdelle
freeman of Gadsden, Ala-
ama and Dovie Robershaw
Alabaster, Alabama; and
*eat great grandmother is
innie Calhoun of Gadsden,
abama.

Register for
Dance Classes
Ballet, tap, baton and jazz
re-registration will end July
with no registration fee. If
>u have not registered
ease contact Cindy Belin.
Classes are available for
ges three and up, and will
*gin in August at the
centennial Building. Classes
e limited to ten students.


Gulf I



Proud


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JESSICA RENE FORD

New Arrival
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ford
are proud to announce the
birth of their daughter, Jes-
sica Rene, on June 19 at Gulf
Coast Community Hospital.
She weighed nine pounds,
eight ounces and was 201/2
inches long.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Sam A. Ford, Sr. of Port
St. Joe and Mr. and Mrs.
William E. Lipford of Mari-
anna.


STHE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

United Methodist Church

Mexico Beach

ANNOUNCES


\Vacation

SBible School

8:30 A.M. to 11 A.M. CDT

July 14-18

Ages 4 through 16

Bible Study Music
Music Playtime


Visitors Welcome
Nursery for Small Children


The First
United Methodist Church
22nd Street Mexico Beach







mines Hospital



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Another
Basic
American
Medical
Company


Now Available At



Gulf Pines Hospital

227-1121


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1986


Beach Clinic
Gulf Pines Hospital is installing this mobile office near
Express Lane, on Highway 98, in Mexico Beach to be used as
a clinic for the beaches area, according to Gulf Pines
administrator, Dave Odum. The portable office was being



Gates Resigns


Sr. Citizens'

Picnic

Senior Citizens enjoyed their
annual picnic Friday, June 27 in the
City Park on Fifth Street. The
Seniors enjoyed a fish fry with all
the trimmings during the noon hour,
accompanied by entertainment pro-
vided by the Seniors and several
supporters of the organization.
Shown in the large photo above,
the Seniors gather around the picnic
table. In the photo at right, Rev.
Dave Fernandez, Hubert Thomas,
Victor Johnson and Annie Dawson
sing for the group.


the belief Florida law says Gates
works for them in his capacity as
Clerk of the County Commission and
is subject to their direction in these
matters.
Gates claims he is an elected
official and director of his own
actions.
Commissioner Everett Owens re-
marked, "We don't ever have time
for a fight! We back up and we back


up. Well, I've got
(for a fight).


put into place on Tuesday of this week and is'expected to be in
operation by the end of this week. The clinic will feature
emergency medical treatment for walk-ins from the beaches
area. The clinic will be a satellite for the Port St. Joe
hospital. "We think this facility will fill the emergency needs
of the beaches adequately and help us meet our medical
responsibility to that area", Odum said. -Star photo


(Continued from Page 1)


time right now!"


Chairman Branch asked attorney
William J. Rish to advise them as to
their options in preparing the insur-
ance bid specifications..
Rish said they could instruct
deputy 'clerk Maurell Cumbie to do it.
Owens interrupted to remark, "He
would just stop her and she would
have to do what her supervisor said. It


would be putting her in a bad spot".
Rish agreed, then said he and
administrative assistant Larry Wells,
the chairman could collaborate on the
job, utilizing Cumbie's knowledge .of
the policies and county needs as much
as they could.
The Commission then agreed to
call for bids for coverage "not less
than present coverage" and study
present policies for any changes they
wish to make.


Changes (From P1)


New Rotary Officers
The Rotary Club of Port St. Joe recently installed its new


slate of officers for the 1986-87 year. Shown from l ft. are: Dr.
Dan Duncan, secretary/treasurer, Henry Ca :;ani, new
president being congratulated by outgoing pre! ident, Jim
McNeill, and Patrick Floyd, vice president.
I


Rev. Kent Going to Holland


Reverend Ronnie Kent of
Panama City, will partici-
pate in a world-wide confer-
ence of evangelists sponsor-
ed by the Billy Graham
Evangelistic Association
this July 12-21 in Amster-
dam,. The Netherlands.
When not travelling as an
evangelist, Rev. Kent is an

Reception for
\New Pastor
. The matrons of Philadel-
phia, Primitive Baptist cor-
dially invites everyone to
attend a reception in the
church's dining room or
Sunday. July 13 from 4:30 to
5:30 p.m. to welcome the
-"church's new pastor. Rev.
.Jessie L. Hawkins and his
'family to Port St. Joe.


Happy Birthday
to

Donnie

Baker

Love always,
Daddy, Rita and
Shayla


employee of St. Joe Machine
& Fabricating of .Port St.
Joe.
Kent, the 40-year-old Itine-
rant Evangelist of Living
Word Faith, Inc. in Panama
City, was selected from
more than 20,000 applicants
to take part in the Interna-
tional Conference for Itine-
rant Evangelists, popularly
known as Amsterdam 86.
The Graham organization
plans to gather 8,000 evange-
lists from over 175 nations
for what may be the most
representative multinational
gathering ever convened, ac-
cording to conference
researchers.
This is the second such
conference sponsored by Mr.
Graham to train, equip, and
encourage itinerant evange-
lists (those who travel from

Revival at
Thompson
Thompson Temple an-
nounces a mini revival cur-
rently underway in the
church, located here in Port
St. Joe. The revival started
last night and will continue
through Friday night, with
services at 7:30 p.m.
Rev. Rufus Canon is the
speaker for the special ser-
vices. Everyone is invited to
attend.


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. and Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE. .......... 11:00 A.M. & 7:00 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday).............. 6:00 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7:00 P.M.
Nursery Provided JIMMY CLARK, Pastor


place to place, like Mr. Gra-
ham, to preach the gospel).
The first one was held in
Amsterdam in 1983 and at-
tracted over 5,000 partici-
pants from over 130 coun-
tries. Amsterdam 86was de-
signed for all those who were
unable to attend in 1983, ac-
cording to Mr. Graham.
Plenary sessions led by
Mr. Graham and other inter-
nationally known religious
leaders will be interpreted
simultaneously into 14 lang-
uages. Rev. Kent also will
take part in a series of semi-
nars on the basics of evange-
lism and will choose from
dozens of workshops on
specific topics.

"The applause of a single
human being is of great
consequence."
Samuel Johnson


Happy
29th


From All
Your Friends


said.
Making about a 20 minute
presentation and showing
several slides of the river and
its surroundings, Summers
said his organization was
considering establishing a
permit fee for sportsmen
using the river and adjacent
s'vamp for camping, hunting
and fishing. "We're consider-
ing a fee of around $20.00 with
a portion of that to go back to
the counties to offset loss of
Stax revenue due to state
-purchase of the property".
'Commissioners Branch,
Owens and Traylor said they
thought the permit fee was
too high. Attorney Rish said,
"Personally, I will oppose a
$20.00 permit fee. Maybe we
could consider about a $5.00
local fee and $20.00 to $25.00
'for out of county residents".
Summers agreed to con-
sider the suggestions, saying
that was why he was there;
to get local input into possible
plans.
As for use of the river, the
NWFMD official said plans
now are to:
-Allow hunting, with the
Water District making the
rules.


r


We Now Have A New Look, but
Dick Lamberson and all, of his
familiar employees will still
offer the same friendly service
and attention you have come to
expect.


Dick, Rick, Scott, Buddy, Stan, Eugene and Eddie
are waiting to see you TODAY!


TREASURE HUNT NOW UNDERWAY
To celebrate our 30th year of business in Port St. Joe, we're giving away
30 $10.00 BILLS
That s right. $300 will go to the man. woman, boy or girl who can collect the most clues, put
them all together. and locate the key we've hidden that unlocks the treasure display in our
store. Drop by our store during July (no purchase necessary, of course) to collect as many
clues as possible. Some clues-will only be posted for a few days. so come in often to increase
your chances of winning. Additional "BONUS" clues will appear in our weekly newspaper ads
and in various "Unannounced" locations throughout the city.
COLLECT THE CLUES COLLECT $300.00!!


20


NAPA AUTO PARTS
1 Lonq Avenue "Only Our Name Has Changed"


-Allow and encourage bee
keeping in the area. He said
this activity does not harm
the environment and helps in
propagating growing plants.
-Will probably phase out
permanent camp-site leases
over the next five to 10 years.
"We are thinking of allowing
tent camping, but doing
away with permanent
camps.
-Face a problem with
deadheadinghg" Itimber from
the river. S(imiihers said the
practice has resulted in some
people taking growing cyp-.
ress trees, killing them in
order to consider them
"deadheads".


In loving memory
of my mother
July 11, 1986
Mary L. Kearns.
forever in my heart,
always on my mind.

Debbie Kearns
Burch


Card, of Thanks
I wish to-thank all of my sponsors, family and friends who
contributed to Placey trip to Orando, Florida to the Statemily
Hemisphere Pageant. Some very special thanks go to Camp-"
bell's Drug Store, Mr. Carl Guilford, Raffield Fisheries, Mr.
Gene Raffield, Best Western Marianna Inn, Mr. Floye
Brewton, "Charisma", Captain Chuck Guilford, Costin In-.
surance Agency, Mr. Robbie Costin, The Star Publishing Co.,::
Mr. Wesley R. Ramsey, St. Joe Custom Builders, Mr. andges)
Mrs. Glen Combs, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Parker, Gulf South
Mini WarehousesP.M Mr. Higdon Swatts, Gulf County Abstract
Co., Inc., Miss Randi McClain, Mrs. Lena Ellis, Mrs. Jan
Richardson, Mr. Rick Lamberson and Butler's Restaurant. It
was a wonderful experience for me that I will always cherishool
Your support, love and prayers meant a lot to me.
Love,
DANA SWATTS
Paid



"A Place for the Whole Family"

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
801 20th Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
SUNDAY:-
9:45 A.M..............Sunday School (for all ages)
11:00 A.M................... Morning Worship Service
7:00 P.M.................. Evening Worship Service
WEDNESDAY:
6:00 P.M .......................... Young People'
7:00 P.M ......................... Prayer Meeting.
Pastor* Fred A. Goebert Church Phone: 229-6707
Sponsor of Faith Christian School
Three year old Kindergarten through Eighth Grade
52t 11231868


Clue #4
The key that unlocks the $300
treasure is hidden about 4 feet
above the ground. Come by the
store for more treasure hunt
clues.

* New Look
(Blue, Yellow, Gray)

* New Name
(NAPA AUto Parts)

* Same NAPA Service


And


MACHINE

SHOP


Phone 229-8222


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We're Still ST. JOE AUTO PARTS

0 only the NAME has been CHANGED to...


NAPA AUTO PARTS


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1986


BEWARE OF W
SUMMER GREMLINS
Lurking behind the month of June are the
summer gremlins of July and August. They are
S ust waiting to pounce upon you when you have
let down your guard for a moment. This year foil
S those pesky gremlins and have a happy time
summer.
However, if you do slip up and those little
devils get to you we have many products in stock
that can help with these irritating problems.
Sunburn Poison Ivy and Oak
Insect Bites Prickly Heat a
Bee Stings Heat Rash
Athletes Feet Bumps and Bruises
rn "A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US U
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?


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





Monette (From Page 1)

to Northwest Florida Big Bend Health Council and is a
member of the Big Bend Health Council Planning
: Committee.
Monette stated that "during my campaign for
County Commissioner of District Four, I hope to hear
the views of the citizens on issues which will influence
the quality and pattern of Gulf County's future growth
and development". He further stated that "Ours is a
citizen's campaign. If we are to be successful and win
the election September 4th, we need the citizen's help. I
hope to wage an honest, forceful campaign and, if
elected, to conduct myself in office so as to be worthy of
the trust of the citizens of District Four and all of Gulf
:County."


Redd


(From Page 1)


In announcing his intention to become a candidate,
Redd said, "I am very grateful for the opportunity to be
elected to the Gulf County School Board from District 1.
I feel like the knowledge and experience I have gained
from serving in this four year term will help me to be a
better board member.
"I feel like we have a good school system in Gulf
County, but we always need to try to work together as
Board members, parents and citizens to improve our
system.
"I am proud of the middle school concept we now
have in the school system, also the construction of a
covered play area at Highland View and the
construction of six new classrooms at Wewahitchka
Elementary School."


Skin is the body's largest
organ, weighing an average
:of five-and-one-half pounds.


In Germany
Army. Spec. 4 Gregory S.
Jones, son of Woodrow A. and
Bonnie M. Jones of Port St.
Joe, has arrived for duty with
the 22nd Aviation Detach-
ment, West Germany.
Jones is a helicopter re-
pairer.


Receives Free Gas


Anita Ward was the lucky recipient of $100 worth of gasoline from the St. Joe Dixie Major
Boys. Teedy Nobles, the unofficial cheerleader "Papa Smurf" for the league is shown presen-
ting Mrs. Ward with a voucher for the gasoline. The Dixie Major Boys was a summer league
organized to provide high school age boys a chance to play baseball during the early part of the
summer holidays. They were coached this year by Duane McFarland and Jim Roberts.


The Gulf Rifle Club will
hold their monthly meeting
on July 10 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Rifle Range on Highway 71.
A covered dish supper and
business meeting will be
held.
The club will teach a self
defense pistol course for
women if there is enough
interest shown. It will consist
of eight hours in the class-
room with instructions on
gun safety, care and clean-
ing, and laws covering hand-
guns in Gulf County and the
state. There will also be eight
hours of live firing of the
pistol. If you do not own a
handgun the club will supply
one. The only charge for the
course will be ammunition
each person fires. If interest-
ed contact L.K. Ambrose at
229-6395 from 7:00 a.m. to
4:00 p.m. or 648-5839 after
4:00 p.m.
All members and guests
are urged to attend.


Major League


Tourney Set


Pony League

Tournament

Team


Port St. Joe was represented by the above group of young men as they participated in the
District Dixie Boys tournament this past week held in Blountstown. The players were selected
from the local Pony League teams, Apalachicola Northern Railroad and Sylvachem.
They are: left to right, kneeling: Patrick Freeman, Tracy Stansel, Reginald Larry, Bobby
Nobles and B. J. Rice. Standing, from left: Coach Frank Griffin, Chuck Haney, Kyle Griffin,
Derrick Chitty, Tyler Caldwell, Jim Anderson, Kevin Bradley, Tommy Harper, Coach Teedy
Nobles. Not pictured is J. J. Ray.
The local team failed to advance in the double elimination tournament, losing their first
two games to Marianna and to Twin City (Blountstown and Bristol combined).
-Star photo


The Dixie Major League
tournament, for boys ages
10-12, will begin Monday
evening in Panama City, at
the Mid City field. Port St.
Joe will face Callaway in the
opening game at 6:00 p.m.
EDT in the double elimina-
tion tournament. Other
teams participating in the
tournament will be Mid City,
Lynn Haven, Bayou George
and Apalachicola. The tour-
nament will continue
throughout the remainder of
the week through Friday.
Representing Port St. Joe
on the tournament team will
be Chad Arrant, Norton Ar-
rant, Ryan Clark, Dale
Evensen, Tyrone Hamilton,
Louis Don Miles, Bill Ram-
sey, Eric Ramsey, Matthew
Richter, Troy Sanders, Matt-
hew Taylor, Tony Thomas
and Tim Whitfield. They are
coached by Willie Ramsey,
Arden Stephens, Don Miles


and Bruce Evensen.
Port St. Joe has won se-
cond place in the tournament'
for the past two years, losing
to Lynn Haven in the finals
both years. Last year Lynn
Haven went on to win
District, State and
represented Florida in the
Dixie Youth World Series.
Local radio st -ion,
WJBU/AM 1080, will broad-
cast Port St. Joe's first game
Monday evening, going on
the air at 5:45 p.m. Howard
Browning will give a play-
by-play description of the
game.

Birthday
Katrina Ann Mork celebra-
ted her second birthday with,
a balloon and Raggedy Ann
party on June 6 in her hoqre.
There to help Katrina cele-
brate were her parents,
grandparents, great aunts,
second cousins and great
grandparents.
She is the daughter of Steve e*
and April Mork. Paternal
grandparents are T.R. and
Lou Mork. Maternal grand-
mother is Brenda Miller. She
is the great granddaughter of
,Willie Ammons of Spring-
field, Etta Mork of Spring-
field and Bill and June Miller
of Beacon Hill.


. 'ft -


KATRINA ANN MORK


The first electric shavers
were ready for sale in 1931.


Life Lines

by Andy Millergren


Previously we covered the
signs and symptoms of the
near drowning victim along
with some of the hazards that
a rescuer may encounter
when pulling someone from
the water. Today I will
continue with "Near Drown-
ings" by breaking the subject
down into two categories;
saltwater and freshwater
near drownings.
Salt water near drownings
are, in my opinion, the most
difficult to treat. Let's take a
look at why. Our body fluids
' have a salt concentration of
.9 percent and Gulf water has
a concentration of salt thou-
sands of times higher. As you
may know, salt attracts
water and pulls the water
toward' it. In the salt water
near drowning this is the


d6UA


same case. Our .bodies have
salt water introduced into the
lungs, let's say a very small
amount; with just this small
amount of salt water in the
lungs the concentration of
salt is much higher than our
body fluids. and therefore
starts pulling our own body
fluids into the lungs. This
osmotic effect compounds
our water in the lung pro-
blems. We now have Gulf
water and body fluids in the
lungs. When artificial venti-
lations and chest compres-
sions are started we stir up
and mix these two different
solutions causing a foamy,
frothy substance which
causes a condition called
traumatic pulmonary ede-
ma. This condition makes it
very difficult to give oxygen


FIRST
PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
Sixteenth Street and Forest Park


SUNDAY WORSHIP ....................... 10 a.m.
Nursery Available
ADULTSCHOOL....................... .11 a.m.


to a, iear drowning victim
because of clogged up lungs
and therefore no oxygen gets
to the brain.
In fresh water near drown-
ings we have just the oppo-
site effect. When fresh water
having little or no salt
concentration at all is intro-
duced into the lungs the body
with its higher concentration
of salts will absorb the water
through the lungs into the
blood stream. The absorption
of this water then increases
the volume of fluid in the
blood stream and dilutes the
concentration of oxygen car-
rying blood cells and neces-
sary minerals. Thus our
problem is not getting oxy-
gen into the victim but
getting it from the lungs to
the brain in large enough
quantities. Also with the body
minerals being diluted it
causes the electrical conduc-
tion of the heart to go
haywire.
There is not much differ-
ence in the way a bystander
will treat a near drowning
victim whether it is salt or
fresh water. The information


that has been given is for
your understanding of how
the body reacts to a near
drowning situation. But the
point that is being made is
that regardless of which type
of near drowning it is, quick
response and good CPR by
you the bystander can make
a difference.

Completes

Triathlon
James Hanlon, local Port
St. Joe-athlete, participated
in the Freedom Springs and
Iron Kids Triathlon held in
Marianna on July 4.
The primitive course, loca-
ted at Blue Springs, was
composed of a '4 mile swim,
10 miles of biking, and a 3.1
mile run. In a field of 319
participants, Hanlon suc-
cessfully completed the
course in 41st position, and
won first place in his age
group with a time of 1:08:46.


Americans. buy about ten
million diamonds a year.


Little Red

is going out of business.

WE HAVE FOR SALE:
Pool Tables and Accessories,
Coolers, Stools, C.A. Unit, Ceiling
Fans, Sinks, Commodes, Bar


Counter,
Signs.


3 Compartment


Sink,


CALL GERALDINE


PASTORAL COUNSELING 227-1756


Course

On Self

Defense


PUBLIC HEARING

Subject:
County Waste Assessment for
Gulf County
Household Hazardous Materials
Disposal

DATE: July 17, 1986
TIME: 6:30 P.M., E.D.T
LOCATION: County Commission
Board Room, Port St. Joe


"God's Word Proclaimed God's Son Exalted"

HIGHLAND VIEW
BIBLE CHURCH
(Meeting at Highland View Elementary School)
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 10:00 a.m.
WORSHIPSERVICES ............... 11 a.m. & 6 p.m.
(Children's Church and Nursery Provided
At All Services)


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1986 PAGE SEVEN


Operation Copper Flag Starts July 14


Air Force Exercise Being Hosted by

Tyndall Air Force Base Center


Copper Flag 86-3, a Tacti-
cal Air Command sponsored
exercise hosted by the U.S.
Air Force Air Defense Wea-
pons Center will be held July
14 through July 25 at Tyndall
Air Force Base. Copper Flag,
conducted three times a
year, brings increased flying
-activity to Northwest Flor-
ida.
Jet fighter and bomber
aircraft will fly late after-
noon and evening hours
Monday through Friday. No
. weekend flying is scheduled.
The exercise is designed to
.provide air defense forces


with realistic training.
against airborne threats to
the security of the North
American continent. Air-
crews, maintenance person-
nel, weapons controllers and
battle managers are all
involved in this test of ait'
defense forces.
All Copper Flag flying
activities are conducted in
airspace reserved for milita-
ry operations with most of
the aircraft flying in Tyndall
ranges over the Gulf of
Mexico. However, some
overland supersonic flights
above 35,000 feet and subson-


We Want You
To Be A Part of
The Friendly Place


BIBLE STUDY........................
MORNING WORSHIP .................
CHURCH TRAINING ..................
EVENING WORSHIP ..................
WEDNESDAY.........................


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


ic activity at low altitude are
planned. There should be no
flight activity within five
miles of towns.
The affected area for low
altitude operations is border-
ed by Carraltelle to the east,
Interstate 10 to the north and
extends south over the Gulf.
A line from Tyndall, running
just west of Wewahitchka
and Compass Lake, is the
western border.
Participating units and air-
craft will include: 25th Air
Division, Command and Con-
trol, McChord Air Force
Base, Wash.; six F-15s from
the 318th Fighter Interceptor
Squadron, McChord Air
Force Base, Wash.; six F-15s
from the 5th Fighter Inter-
ceptor Squadron, Minot Air
Force Base, N.D.; six F-15s
from the 57th Fighter Inter--
ceptor Squardron, Keflavik
Air Base, Iceland; and eight
British Royal Air Force
F-4Ms from the 92 Squadron,
Royal Air Base, Wildenrath,
Germany.
The E-3 Airborne Warning
and Control System aircraft
from the 28th Air Division,
Tinker Air Force Base,
Okla., will be used in support
of fighter interceptor aircraft
control.
Copper Flag scenarios in-
clude a full range of air
defense missions. The exer-
cise is divided into two
five-day scenarios. Missions
are structured to provide
maximum intercept training
opportunities.


Lion of the Year

Rex Buzzett, president of the Port St. Joe Lions Club, is shown presenting James Hanlon
with the Lion of the Year plaque for the second consecutive year. The plaque was presented at
the annual Lions Club installation banquet held recently at Butler's Restaurant.
The new officers for the 1986-87 year are Rex Buzzett, president; Jim Mashburn, 1st vice
president; Al Scheffer, 2nd vice president; Rocky Comforter, 3rd vice president and Tommy
Pitts, secretary-treasurer. -Star photo

If you frequently blow
fuses due to overload, you
may want to have an |
electrician change heavily
used outlets into new cir-
cuits with separate fuses.


TOWARD

UNDERSTANDING
by the Rev. Jerry R. Huft, Rector, St. James Episcopal


What makes a congrega-
tion great? The answer, of
course, is the individual
worshipers who make up the
congregation.
We have all heard about
great churches. Usually we
are told wonderful things
about their history, their
architecture and appoint-
menits, their choirs, their-
wealth, etc. Such factors
interest us greatly, and they
lend themselves to statistical
forms.
Standards which have to do
with programs, goals, and all
the other visible factors we
can know about a particular
church are useful when we
want to set goals or when we
make our plans. But God
forbid that these statistics
alone should be thought of as
the standard for greatness.
The real measure of great-
ness isn't always visible.
Greatness can only be found
in humble service. Unfortu-
nately, humble service
doesn't have much appeal to
most of us.
We usually think we are
great when others are serv-
ing us. Sadly, we all too often
assume the role of master
rather than servant.
Our faith teaches us differ-
ently. If we want to be great,
we must take on the humility
of a child. We must be willing
to wash the feet of those who
are in a lower station of life,
just as our Lord did.
A congregation's greatness
will be seen in the way
children are treated by
adults. By the way older
people are included. By the
way visitors are received.
And by the way, the unlov-


able are loved.
Humility isn't easy to
acquire. Nor is it easy to
maintain. It may not be
appreciated. And it may not
make you look so good. But it
will bring greatness to you,
and to the church where you
worship.



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30, 1619.

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PAGE EIGHT

Public
PUBLIC NOTICE
The UNITED STATES GOVERN-
MENT holds an easement in various
areas along the Gulf Intracoastal
Waterway for the construction,
maintenance, enlargement of the
canal and for the deposit of dredged
spoil materials in designated tracts.
Because of construction which has oc-
curred in easement areas, the U.S.
ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS has
issued the following notice.
In canal right-of-way and spoil ease-
ment areas, the owner of the servient
fee estate does not have the right to
construct a dwelling or other structure
: which would interfere with or ahridge
any Present ortl-iiie exercise of the
lights obtained in the easements.
Owners of real property in the ease-
ment areas MUST obtain approval of
the U.S. ARMY CORPS OF
ENGINEERS prior to commencing
construction of any nature. Extreme
.care should be taken to determine
whether a parcel falls within the ease-
ment area prior to purchase or con-
struction.
Applications for approval for pro-
posed or existing structures may be
,submitted to .
Area Engineer
Panama City Area Office
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
1706 East 5th Street
Panama City, Florida 32401
Telephone (904) 785-5881
4t6/19

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons intend 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 they will be engaged in business
and in which said business is to be car-
ried on, to-wit:
CLASS TRAILER MANUFACTUR-
ING
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465
Owner: Russell Dowling
P. 0. Box 970
Wewahitchka, FL 32465
4tc7/10
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
The Wewahitcbka State Bank will
sell at public auction on the 14th day of
"July, 1986 at 10:00 A.M. C.D.T. in the
--Parking Lot on the south side of the
Wewahitchka State Bank building in
Wewahitchka, Fla. the following
described property:
1981 Buick Regal, 2-dr.
ID #4AJ47A6BH119050
It 7/10
NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners
of Gulf County will receive sealed bids
from any. person, company, or corpor-
ation interested in selling the County
the following described insurance
policies:
I. Worker's Compensation
II. Buildings and Contents
In. Group Health Policy
IV. Ambulance Drivers and Atten-
dants Malpractice
V. Blanket Accident Policy for
Volunteers
VI. Public Employee's Blanket
Bond: Tax Collector's Office
.YII. Money & Securities Bond and
Addendum: Tax Collector's Of-
fice
VIII. Money and Securities Broad
Form Policy: Clerk's Office
IX. Comprehensive General Liabili-
ty
X. Florida Law Enforcement
$50,00 Death Benefits (crime
related)/$20,000 (Accidental,
not crime-related)- death bene-
r, X 1. 'EdcdLiafbfiiftoverage
xo.'. Gulf ouity wo ter System,
Clerk of the Court, Treasurer
Bond
Specifications can be'obtained for a


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1986


Notices -
$25.00 fee from the Office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, Gulf County,
Florida. Bids will be received until
7:00 O'clock P.M., E.D.T. August 26,
1986; at the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, 1000 Fifth Street, Port
St. Joe, Florida 32456-1648. The Board
has the right to reject any and all bids.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSION-
ERS, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/ Billy Branch, Chairman
2t 7/10

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage of
WILLIAM JACOB HERRING, JR.,
Husband, Petitioner,
And
JEANETTE ANN HERRING,
Wife, Respondent.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Jeanette Ann Herring
1235 Radom Street #17
Pickering, Ontario
Canada L1W1J3
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. 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof in the Cir-
cuit Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456, on or before the 7th day of
August, 1986. If you fail to do so, a
Final Judgment for the relief sought
may be granted by default.
DATED this the 7th day of July,
1986.
JERRY T. GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
4t7/10

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 86-35
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JEFFERY DREW BARNES,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of
JEFFERY DREW BARNES, deceas-
ed, File Number 86-35, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Gulf County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address
of which is Port St. Joe, Florida. The
names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All interested persons are required
to file with this court, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE:
(1) all claims against the estate and
(2) any objection by an interested per-
son on whom this notice was served
that challenges the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdiction
of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Publication of this Notice was begun
on July 10, 1986.
Personal Representative:
Felicia Renee Barries
P.O. Box 684
Wewahitchka, FL 32465
Attorney for Personal Representative
J. David House
119 River Street,
Blountstown, FL
Telephone: (904) 674-5481
2t7/10
-NOTICEIDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICEIS EItVY GWEN tat
DANKA INDUSTRIES,. INC. desires
to engage in business under the fic-
titious name of DANKA THE COPIER
COMPANY, at 3636 131st Avenue


The Senior


Informer

by Jerry Stokoe and Ometa Osborne



Flea Market Project


to help pay for the recent
renovations to both the Port
St. Joe and Wewahitchka
senior centers.
We need items to sell at the
flea market. We are asking
the community to help us. If
you have some items for the
flea market to donate, please
call the center at 229-8466 oyr
229-6655. Monday through


The Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association. Inc. will
hold a flea market on July 25
from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
at the Florida First National
Bank picnic area. All pro-
ceeds will be used to help
raise funds to pay for the
Meals on Wheels (home
delivered meals), transpor-
tation of senior citizens, and


Senator Lawton Chiles (left) and Teala Milton, Vice
President, Public Affairs, Florida National Bank, display the
bank's poster promoting voter registration. Florida National
Bank is conducting a special.statewide campaign encourag-
ing employees and customers to register and vote from June
15 through the fall elections.


Bank Promotes


Registration

Senator Lawton Chiles, ernment Committee, but alsc
D-FL, recently applauded by encouraging thousands ol
Florid4 National Bank for its employees, customers anc
efforts in encouraging em- business associates to regis.
ployees and bank customers ter and vote. Once yot
to register and vote in the register, you become a deci
1986 state elections. Florida sion maker; once you vote
National. Bank is promoting you are ':a policy maker,'
voteoregistration and parti- stated Chiles.,
cipation through a special The campaign's theme
statewide campaign. "Make an Impression, Tak(
"Florida National Bank Steps ... Register and Vote,'
recognizes its social respon- will be communicated t(
sibility to participate in the customers and employees
political process and has through different media in
done so not only through the cluding lobby posters in al
formation of the employee banking offices, buttons, in
Florida National Good Gov- ternal newsletters and a


North, Clearwater, FL 33520, and in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Gulf
County, Florida.
DatecV'at Clearwater, Florida, this
16th day 6f June, 1986.
DANKA INDUSTRIES, INC.
By: /.FRANCIS'J. McPEAK, Presi-
, 'dent .. j '-.. ;
i /s/ FREDE9 f L1JSBst
Mouser, Henry & Wells
P. 0. Box 20768
St. Petersburg, FL 33742
(813) 578874
Attorneys for Applicant 4t 6/26


number of specialty advertis-
ing items. Additionally, the
bank is distributing voter
education information such
as the 1986 Florida Voter's
Guide to employees and
featured a "Meet the Candi-
dates" series in the last two
issues of the bank'sV internal
neslelter """
Florida National Bank is a
statewide banking organiza-
tion with total assets of $6.2
billion and 177 locations.

SAY YOU SAW IT IN
THE STAR!


Friday from 8:00 a.m. until
5:00 n.m. We will pick these
items up. If you prefer you
may bring items to the center
located on Ave. D at Peters


St. in north Port St. Joe.
We are also in need of some
large sized women's dresses
to help clothe some of our
dear senior citizens.


"THE CHURCH AFLAME IN PORT ST. JOE"


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

HOWARD BROWNING STEPHEN W. TASSIN
Pastor Min. of Music/Associate Pastor


Why take all the fun out of living?

Have money left to enjoy life when I

build for you!


Compare my LOW, 40th Anniversary
Prices. Compare my LOW monthly
payments, financed for only 20 (NOT
`30) years. See for yourself how much
you'll have left to spend on the good life.
These are .NT "shell" homes. At my

TICA -
$25,995 cash BR K
2 bedrooms -I1 bath -L 24
$250.80 per mo. i
(240 payments) OBR l3
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low, package prices they will be finished
90% complete including forced-air,
central heating. Just install your
Choice of floor covering, paint
S interior walls and trim, connect
to outside utilities and move in.
HERE'S WHAT INCLUDED:
House completely finished outside
(no walks, driveways, or landscaping)
Pier and precast base foundation
Double floors.*e complete wiring to
local codes All plumbing, including
kitchen, and each bath with tub and
shnwar Kitchehn and hathmrno mahinet.s


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ry.K DR :JB BR
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* Walls finished with wall board ready to OPEN EVERY WEEKEND
be painted Sheathing under siding Yes, we're open every
* Insulation: 3W" (R-11) in walls and day including
floors, 6" (R-19) in ceiling All 4 weekends. So, come
inside doors and trim Central, 1 in. Choose a home that
forced-air heating you like from over 20 models. We'll
You may choose additional figure a cost price for you, built dn
You may choose additional your property to almost any stage
options, such as air conditioning, at you choose up to 90%/6 complete.
extra cost. However, at our
ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL package 10% annual percentage rate
prices, you may not delete any of Fixed-Mort e
the above items. FinanMcaig9
Financing
All Package Prices No Down Payment
on our 90% complete I Np Points and
homes have been No Closing Costs
Drastically Reduced! (to qualified property owners)


AT THIS PRICE, NO OTHER DISCOUNTS APPLY. OUR STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS MEET MOST CODES. HOWEVER, IF STATE OR LOCAL CODES
REQUIRE ADDITIONAL FOUNDATION, FRAMING OR OTHER MODIFICATIONS, AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE WILL BE NECESSARY

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'-- 4'- JiA 99 fgr (1-600-492-5837) for free brochure "
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Our Display Parks are open Saturday and Sunday for your convenience Panama City, Florida
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detached, sinqle-amity homes for the second consecutive year 3303 West Highway 98
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INC.



Corner 10th Street and U.S. Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach, Florida 32410
(904) 648-5146

OPEN HOUSE DOLPHIN RUN TOWNHOMES Beaclifront
Saturday. and Sunday 1 to 4 p.m.
Corner 9th and U.S. 98 mexico Beach, Florida
1 Br/Study, 2% baths, $82,900 3 bedroo5ms1*t 92,900.

See One of Our Well Qualified Salespeople. Take Your Pick of
Ellen F. Allemore, Broker 648-8939 N. F. Allemore, Jr., ,Salesman-648-8939
Bonnie Collins, Salesperson 653-8129 Bobble Miller, Salesperson 648-8398
Joy Holder, Salesperson.- 648-8493 Nancy Mock, Salesperson
Vickie Stokes, Salesperson 648-8825 Cape Specialist 227-1322
Preston Wingate, Salesman 648-8565 Flo Melton, Salesperson 229-8076


ST. JOSEPH SHORES
Finish building your home where started on 200'
roadfront U.S. 98 by 110' deep with 75'x140' extra lot
in back and 2 septic tanks. Preserve your gulf view
with 110' of beachfront across the road. All for
$198,000. Will also sell separately.
7 GULF AIRE
Gulf Aire Dr. Lot 3, Block A, 65x180', unobstructed
view of the Gulf. $54,900.
Gulf Aire: Buccaneer Dr.. Lot 6. Block G. $22.500.
213 Gulf Aire Dr.: Beautiful 3 bdrm., 3 ba., cedar &
stucco, screen porch, decks, fireplace, furniture top
of the line, $134,900.
See Pines: 3 bdrm., ,3 ba., ,fireplace, sauna, privacy
fence & hot tub. Must see'to appreciate. $125,000.
Periwinkle Dr.: 5 bdrm., 3 ba.. 2.800 plus sq ft. Lots of
room to live In. Screen porch, balcony with gulf view.
sprinkler system. Top floor separate LR, bath and
bdrm. Downstairs, 4 bdrms., 2 ba., family rm.
$128,000.
Periwinkle Dr.: 3 bdrm', 2 ba'., skylights, microwave,
d.w., cathedral ceilings. REDUCED to $75,000.


ST. JOE BEACH
new Listing: Gulf St. 3 lots, 1 bedroom, 1 ba. home,
1/2 block to beach, $50,000.
Pineda St.: 3 bdrm., 1 bath, 1%'/ blocks to beach,
good rental. $39,500.
Balboa St.: Speakers, music system in lovely, com-
fortable 24'x60' double wide 3 bdrm., 2 ba. modular
home, screened 12x32' front porch, f.p., clha. Watch
the birds feed from glassed 12x22' Fla. rm., as no
paint brush needed! 150'x150', 1,A blocks from
beach. $65,000.
Atlantic St.: 1 bflojf~:. tme, 2 lots beach
hideaway 2'/2 b Urj ih0' satellite dish.
$37,500.
Coronado St. Nice 2 bdryn., 1 ba. mobile home.
c/ha, 75'x150' lot. 2V/ blocks from beach. $28,750.
Balboa St.: Great investment 2 nice 2 bdrm., 1 bea.
houses, c/ha, on 50'x150' lots and 1 vacant lot for
$104,000. Will sell sep.,-$47,000 each house and
$10,000 for lot. 1%/ blocks from beach.
Between Coronado & Balboa Streets: 50' lot on Hwy.
98, $45,000.


CAPE SAN BLAS
Cape Sands Landing: WATERFRONT 2 bdrm. and
loft, 2 ba. $110,000.
INDIAN PASS
New Listing: 4 lots & 1 bdrm., 1 ba. house & lot, all
for $78,400. ,
OAK GROVE
311 Iola St.: 2 bdrm.. 1 ba. trailer, new wallpaper,cen.
h&a. 2 lots fenced. $19,500.
BEACON HILL
New Listing: 3rd Ave. 3 bdrrq., 2 ba. trailer, decks,
$28,500.
3rd Ave.: Nice 14x60' Scot 1984 mobile home. 2
bdrm.. 1 ba. custom built masonite siding, shingle
roof, other extras. $35,000.
Between 3rd & 4th St.: 1 or 2 bdrm., 1 ba. GREAT
VIEW. $39.500.
Two 2 bdrm.. 1 ba. apartments. 2 story bldg., $39.500
or both buildiAgs for $69.500.
MEXICO BEACH
New Listing on 1st St.: Unique arrangement. 2 kit-
chens, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.. g. lot $59,500.
36th St. Beachside home, 2 bdrm., 1 ba., screened
porch, cen. h&a, nicely furn. Ready for living or
rental. Good investment. $69,000.
New Listing: Nice 0 &0 Isle. $7.500.
Between 5th & 6th St. on U.S. 98: 2 bdrm., 2% ba.,
unobstructed Gulf view, owner financing, $77,500.
Louisiana St.: Lot with septic tank & power, $16,000.
Trailer lot, no utilities. $14,000.
Hwy. 386A: 87.5' highway frontage by 194' deep
commercial. $29,900.
87.5'x125' trailer lot $7,200.
313 Hatley Dr. Off 386A. NEAT brick and wood 3
bdrm., 2 ba. energy efficient home only lived in 6
mos., quiet neighborhood, c/ha. Ceiling fans, paved
street. Reduced to $53,000.
OVERSTREET
New Listing: Pine St. 3, bdrm., 1 ba. lovely brick
home on 1.2 acres, garden, grape arbor & fruit trees.
$54,000.
75'x120' lot behind old school house. $9,000.


S ERAO PARKER REALTY Highway 98and31stStreet

C. M. PARKER, Realtor Phone 648-5777


1- A beautiful Wetappo Creek

SL" ree ku Development
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1986 PAGE NINE


For sale by owner: 8 room
house on 2 shady lots in
Beacon Hill, 2 blocks from
beach. All appliances stay.
For appt. to see call 648-5060
or 1-245-2798.
Land and trailer for sale.
$19,950 at 12% owner
finance. Call 648-8952 after
6:00 p.m. 4tp7/10
1% lots in Ward Ridge for
sale. Call Connie 227-1156,
evenings call 229-8889.
2tp 7/3
CORNER LOTS
2 adjacent, n.e. corner
Palm Blvd. & 18th St. 261' x
110'. Call David French bet-
ween 7:30 and 11:00 p.m.,
1-601-939-8371.
8tp 6/26
e --
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.
tfc 6/26
3 bdrm. mobile home,
12'x60', completely furnish-
ed, utility shed & gas tank.
$7,500. Corner 6th & Georgia,
Mexico Beach. Call 1-385-
3907, Tallahassee. 2tp 7/10
House for Sale by Owner: 2
bedroom, large living and
dining rooms, 2 lots, $44,900.
Call 229-8057 or 227-1299.
3tp 6/26
2 story beach house for
sale at Cape San Blas. Ocean
and bay view, sacrifice at
:$69,000. Call (904) 674-8465,
:ask for Pat. tfc 4/17


2 acre lot located in
beautiful 1,200 acre private
mountain reosrt near Gatlin-
burg, Tennessee. Interested
in trade for beach propty.
Contact Cecil Lyons,
648-5112., 8tc 6/19
Beautiful Gulf view lots
with direct access to white
sand beach. Restricted sub-
division of nice homes with
underground utilities.
$27,500 with owner financing.

1 acre lots across from Gulf
high and dry with beach ac-
cess nearby. $20,000. .Owner
financing, with low down
payment.
*
2 waterfront lots Indian Pass
Lagoon, owner financing.
*
Call Owner: 227-1539 or
1-234-2240
4tp 6/19
4 bedroom, 2 bath brick
home, 1% lots. By appoint-
ment only. $74,000. 1904
Juniper Avenue, Hughey
Williams. 229-8452.
tfc6/5
Very desirable property
for homesite or beach cot-
tage. Approximately 2
blocks from the beach on
Overstreet Road. $14,000.
229-8688. tfc 5/8
New In-Town Listing:
3 bedroom, 1 ba. block
home, 1911 Cypress Ave. In-
cludes fenced yd., ch&a,
w-w carpet and drapes. Af-
fordable at $41,900. Please
call
t 2294916
'F for appointment
SCAPE SAN BLAS REALTY


HANNON REALTY, Inc.


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


HOMES -
BUY OF THE WEEK
EXCELLENT FAMILY OhOME closWt4 olss, churches, fenced play
area for children. Garden plot, graeshinrpbn extra lot. Appliances,
carpets, draperies, blinds thruout. Freshly painted 3 bedroom, 2 bath
house with many other features. $55,000.
BUY OF THE WEEK
Tastefully decorated 2 bedroom, 2 bath home on 2 landscaped lots..
Perfect for couple. Central heat/air, carpets, deck, outside storage. Con-
venient location. Perfectly maintained. Only $34,500.
New Listing Port St. Joe: 3 bedroom, 1 bath frame home. Freshly
: painted. Large utility shed, $47,000.
New Listing Mexico Beach: Nice shaded area close to beach, 2 lots, 3
bedroom, 2 bath-trailer. $35,000.
Port St. Joe: Charming older home in good residential neighborhood.. 2
bedrooni, 1 bath with mother-in-law apartment in rear. Newly painted,
new roof, new carpet, nice comer lot. $32,500. .
Port St. Joe: Good rental property, 2 bedroom 1 bath frame home: Car-
port, porch, good location. $27,000.
New Listing at Mexico Beach: Move in with your clothes & start living. 3
bedroom, 2 bath modular home close to beach. Includes furniture, dishes,
all appliances, $56,000.
New Listing at Mexico Beach: Energy efficient 2 bedroom, great room,
fireplace, patio. Lots of storage, built-ins. Many other features, $52,600.
New Listing: St. Joe Beach: 2 bedroom, 1 baih mobile home, carport,
workshop, excellent buy at only $28,500.
New Listing Oak Grove: Good rental property, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, den,
carport. Only $21,500.
New Listing Port St. Joe: Perfect starter home for young couple. 2
bedroom, 1 bath, central heat/air. Only $26,500.
Dalkelth: New Listing: 2 bedroom, 2 bath masonry home, central
heat/air, oak floors, 1 acre; chain link fenced, over 1,700 sq. ft. plus car-
port on paved road at Dalkeith. Selling well under appraisal at $37,000.
St. Joe Beach: 2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home, nice shaded lot, $31,500.
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.
St. Joe Beach: 2 bedroom, 1 bath, % block from beach. Newly
redecoratedi custom kitchen. Back house for rental property or office.
$53,000.
qNorth Port St. Joe: New Listing: 2 bedroom, 1 bath, carpet, panelling,
$22,000.
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: 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: 3 bedroom, 1 bath, on 2 lots, fireplace, carport, real pine
paneling throughout. 1 mile from Gulf, close to school, church, and town.
Assumable mortgage. $37,200.
SLOTS
St. Joe Beach: 2 extra large lots border 3 streets, 3 blocks from Gulf.
$27,500 for both.
Mexico Beach Beachside: 2 commercial lots, $45,000 each.
Mexico Beach: Texas Drive, $10,000.
Indlan Pass: 1 block from water, 75'x105' $9,500.
St. Joe Beach: Price reduced on lot. Comer Coronado & Americus, now
only $13,500.
Stonemill Creek Area: 40 acres, cleared $40,000.
St. Joseph Shores: 80' Gulf Front, Hwy. 98 to water.
Wewahltchka: 80 acres east of town, $80,000.
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.


y Smih



Roy Smith


For Rent: Several apart-
ments townhomes, partial-
ly furnished, cen. h&a. Call
Teresa, 229-8221. tfc 7/10
For Rent or Lease: Office
or retail shop space on
Market St., Gibson Iqn An-
nex, Apalachicola, FL. In-
quiries call 653-2191.
tfc 7/3
For Rent: Warehouse
space with office. Approx.'
850 sq. ft. Suitable for con-
tractor or small service busi-
ness. 227-1100 days only.
tfc 7/3
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 7/3
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251. tfc 4/17
For Rent: 2 bedroom
apartment, 1 yr. old, carpet,
cen. .heat & air, available
now. Call 229-6509, or
227-7241, ask for Kenny.





ASSISTANT MECHANIC
VACANCY
Assistant Mechanic Vacancy
at Port St. Joe Bus Barn.
Twelve month employment.
Salary based on prior years'
experience. Apply at Gulf
County School Board office
or Chris Earley's office at
Port St. Joe High Bus Barn.
July 10 18.
Maid Wanted. Hollanday
Motel. Need to apply at of-
fice or call 648-5200.
Help Wanted: Woman to
,do house cleaning.Pref -
.'meone livirigat' th beach.
Call 648-5414. Leave mes-
sage. I
R.N.'s. Now taking appli-
cations. Apply in person at
Gulf Pines Hospital. Com-
petitive salary. E.O.E.
3tc 7/10
JOB NOTICE
The City of Port St. Joe
will be accepting applica-
tions for the following posi-
tion:
One (1) Animal Control At-
tendant, chauffeur's license
required. 40 hours per week.
Applications and a com-
plete job description may be
picked up and returned to
the Municipal Building,
Fifth Street and Williams
Avenue, beginning Monday,
July 7, 1986 through Friday,
July 11, 1986. Office hours
are Monday through Friday,
8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. The
City of Port St. Joe is an
equal opportunity employer.
THE CITY OF PORT ST.
JOE
2t 7/3

GOVERNMENT JOBS
$16,040 $59,230/yr. Now Hir-
ing- Call 805-687-6000, ext.
R-6859, for current federal
list. 8tp 5/15





1972 VW, $200. Washer and
dryer, both for $100. Call
after 6, 648-5952.
1980 15 passenger van,
newly rebuilt engine, air
cond. $3,300. Call 227-1209.
'75 Granada,- $650. .302
engine, auto. trans., a/c,
p.s., p.b., 4-door. 648-8391.
1979 Camaro, $2,500. A/c,
a/t, p/b, p/s, am/fm.
648-5034.
83/2 Cougar LS, air cond.,
power windows, door locks,
seats & mirros. 1 owner,
21,500 actual miles, very
clean. Balance of 5 year,
60,000 extended warranty.
Days 227-1813 or nights 229-
6477. tfc 6-12


- m'4isc~.
FOR AE


10' display case, ideal for
seafood products, $100; 1975
Olds station wagon, 4-dr.,
$350; one heavy safe, ap-
prox. size 2x2x2', $100; one
fireproof cabinet, 2x2x1',
$25. Call 227-1376.
All Steel Buildings, Fac-
tory Summer Special Run.
Delivered. (30'x30'. Was
$6,035. Will sell for $4,108)
(50'x75' reg. $17,710, now
$11,022) (50x100' was $24,500,
now $15,180). Limited quan-
tities. Call in Apalachicolo
Poloronis Construction,
653-8387 or 653-8167. Profes-
sional installation available.
4tc 7/10
16 fat hens and 1 rooster.
Call 229-6651.
Purebred Labrador pup-
pies, no papers, 7 weeks old.
$50. 227-7227 after 5.
453 diesel completely
rebuilt. Call Jerry Polous,
653-9700. 2tp 7/10
Quaker parrot, 6 months
old, hand raised, tame and
talks. $125. 648-8782.
Several rolls of barbed
wire, very reasonably pric-
ed. 229-6531.
20' Thunderbird boat with
new '85, 4 cylinder Mer-
cruiser engine, OMC out-
drive. Rebuilt tandem trail-
er, $3,800. Call 904-875-3000 or
904-627-7372 after 6:00.
4tp 7/3
10 Gate City- wooden roll-
out windows, 1400 Monument
Ave. Work perfectly. Call
229-8072. tfc 6-12
1978 Pacer Wagon, a/c,
$795. Also 15' tri-hull boat
with 55 h.p. Chrysler motor
and trailer. $850. 229-8427
after 5 p.m.


50 h.p. Mercury motor,
tank & controls. Rebuilt
motor & carburetor. $500!or
best offer. Call 229-8373 after
6. 4tc 6/19
AVON
to buy or sell. Call Mrs. L. Z.
Henderson, 227-1281.
tfc 1/23
LAWN FURNITURE
Swings, swing frames, pic-
nic tables, lawn chairs, set-
tees, and children's picnic
tables. Call 639-2860 or
639-5860. tfc 4/17
1974 Case tractor, 4 cyl.
diesel engine with hydraulic
operated knuckle boom side
loader. $5,500. Call 653-8498
days, 227-1550 nights.
tfc 7/3
$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


STEEL ROOFING &
SIDING
American made
From $9.95 per sq.
Based on size, style & qty.
GOLDIN IND., INC.
Gulfport, MS
601-896-6216.
12tp 7/3

CLASSIFIED ADS
GET RESULTS!!





Attention Ladies!
Have fun, earn money
demonstrating toys & gifts.
Free kit, no collecting. No
delivery. Call now 648-8587.
6tc7/10



THE SAND DOLLAR PIZZA
and SANDWICH SHOP

This Week's Pizza Winner:
Karen Minger
229-8900
Mon. Fri. 10-8
4tp 6/5


5 Family Carport Sale,
2104 Long Ave. Due to cir-
cumstances beyond our con-
trol, our yard sale was can-
celled last Thursday. We
plan to have the sale this
Thursday, July 10.
Garage Sale: There will be
a garage sale Saturday, July
12, on Hwy. 98 next to the
First National Bank from
8:00 a.m. until. Lots of
clothes and good, cheap
junk. By women of New
Bethel AME Church.
Yard Sale: Saturday, July
1. 803 Garrison Ave. 9 to 3.
Yard Sale: Saturday, July
12, Jones Homestead. 2nd
road on left, 9 a.m. 2 p.m.
Bathroom accessories,
clothes, lots more.
Yard Sale: 516 9th St.,
PSJ. July 10, 11 and 12, 9
a.m. till. Furniture, clothes,
dishes, books, and lots more.





Wanted to lease or buy: Up
to 5 acres in Gulf County,
*must be cleared and high
and dry. Call 648-8562.

WANT TO BUY:
2 large chest type USED
deep freezers. Call I. W.
Duren, 227-1829 or 229-8817.
4tp 6/19






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
, Ca lLresi.ent salesperson for
appt., 648-8620, or call
1-674-4455. tfc 7/3






PAINTING
20 years experience
Satisfaction guaranteed.
229-6886
tfc 6/26

MUSIC LESSONS
Guitar, piano, wind, string
and percussion. Your home
or mine.
648-8943 J&
Psychological services for
.anyone with problems in
day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
Joe, 227-1145 (24 hours)
CLASSIC CATERING
9 yrs. experience
Reasonable Rates
Weddings, Office
Parties, All Occasions,
Call Panama City
763-0904
Shirley Raffield Jarzynka
13tc 7/3

WELDING
648-5349
or 648-8574
tfc 6/5
USRY'S CONSTRUCTION
Roofing & Additions
General Repair Electrical
St. Joe Beach
648-8846
5tp 7/3


THORNTON ASSOCIATES
Residential Electrical
Systems & Repairs
"As good as the best -
better than the rest"
Let Us Bid Your Next Job
Free Estimates
648-5142
ER0010245
10tp 5/22


C. ISTON RAY
648-8567
Commercial Building
Residential Bldg.
Cabinet Work


Roofing
Remodeling
RG 0033508
pd. thru 7/3/86


HOUSE PAINT
Experienced and aff'
Free Estimate
Roger Beasle
Call 229-8303

BOB'S SMAU
ENGINE REPA
Tillers, Chain Saws
*Mowers & Weed E
Atlantic St., St. Joe
648-5106


COSTING INSURA
AGENCY, IN(
All Forms of Insur
422 Reid Ave., Port
Phone 229-889



WILL DO CARPET
WORK of ALL TY
Remodeling, Roo
Painting.
Mobile HomeRej
Also Minor Plumb
Electrical Repa
22 years experie
648-8651
tf


ING REAL ESTATE
ordable. APPRAISING
es Margelyn G. Woodham,
y MRA
Hours: 9-5 Mon. Fri.
4tp 6-5 648-8231 or 227-7260
Appraisals ordered by Tues-
L day P.M. will be completed
Ln by Monday next. Please
Lawn allow five working days for
waterss your appraisal to be com-
pleted. Your business is
Beach greatly appreciated.

tfc 7/3 Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M. E.S.T.
NCE Tuesday, 8:00 P.M. E.S.T.
C. St. James Episcopal Church
rance
St. Joe CALL 227-1278
t / TO PLACE YOUR
CLASSIFIED AD!

NTER A-1 ROOFING
PES Roof Repairs, Carpentry
0fing Painting, Patios, etc.
Call Ed Mosley

pairs 4tc 7110
iing & 7/10


airs
once

c 6/12


GULF
SATELLITE
,^ SYSTEMS


NORMAN BIXLER
Phone 229-8171


,n ,i was something I ate

RWdBug*
kills bugs for
up to six months,

and saves you about $100 yearly
in costly pest control services.


HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
tfc 7/4


U ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS



I <
S-Commercial Building 4
-Residential Building 4
-Cabinet Work
Gen. Con. RG 0033843

GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689 o
0 4
P. O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfc 7/4


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

Call Today for This Special
Introductory Offer


* Dry Foam Method
* Fast Drying
* No Shrinking
* No Browning






USTOM
LEAN
648-8891
Out of Town Call Collect


THE LAUNDRY ROOM
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


St. Joseph Bay
Construct qor
*Residentlal
* m rcil




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


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue
tfc 7/4


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



Wauneta's
Accounting &
Income Tax
Wauneta Brewer
St. Joe Beach
648-5043
tf 5/86


ELIZABETH'S
CERAMICS

* Greenware
Firing
Supplies
6 miles south of Wewa
Highway 71


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!








Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue 7


SPACEVIEW
SATELLITE
SYSTEMS
Sales, Service and
Installation
FCC Licensed Technicians
FRANK RITCH
227-1590


The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue
.9 P Port St. Joe, Florida rO/4

'Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"







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



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



REEVES FURNITURE &

& REFINISHING SHOPPE
REFERENCES Phone 229-6374
Call and Talk to Us About Getting
Your Furniture Refinished to
Look Like New.
Across from Duren's Economy Store,
Highway 98
ttcI6


BREAK


SERVICES






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DAVID RICH'S
Foodliners .
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka


)BULK RATE
CARRIER ROUTE
PRE-SORTED
Permit No. 3
WEWAHITCHKA, FL 32465

PRICES GOOD JULY 9-15


IN L M A O I .H U E Y


CHOICE TABLERITE BEEF BONELESS
Shoulder Roast (Family Pak) ...
CHOICE TABLERITE BEEF BONELESS
Chuck Steak (Family Pak) . .
CHOICE TABLERITE BEEF
Cubed Chuck Steak (Family Pak).
TABLERITE CENTER CUT
Pork Loin Chops (Family Pak) ...
CHOICE TABLERITE BEEF BONELESS
Shoulder Steak .....
COUNTRY SKILLET FRESH
Fryer Drumsticks (Family Pak)....
COUNTRY SKILLET FRESH
Fryer Thighs (FamilyPak)....... .
TABLERITE THIN SLICED
Breakfast Pork Chops ......


Lb. $138
Lb. $158
Lb. $198
Lb. 219

Lb. $168
Lb. 98
Lb. 88O
Lb. $208


CHOICE TABLERITE BEEF EXTRA LEAN
Ground Chuck (5 Lbs. or More) .
MORRELL'S GOLDEN LEAN
Turkey Ham (95% Fat Free) ......
LYKES FAMILY FAVORITE
Sliced Bacon . . .
LYKES or IGA TABLERITE MEAT OR BEEF
Franks..... ........... .
LYKES REG.. THICK, OR BEEF
Sliced Bologna ........ ..
BRYAN MEAT OR BEEF
Corn Dogs ........... .
CLAUSSEN ASSORTED
Pickles...................
OLDE TOWNE HOT OR MILD
Pork Sausage ......... .


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CLOROX
BLEACH
GALLON

48+
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE
DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


MEADOW GOLD
MILK
GALLON



WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE
DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


DINING TREAT
POT
PIES
61$ 100

WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE
DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


IGA TABLERITE
ICE
CREAM
1/2 gallon rounds

89c
WITH i FILLED DOUBLE
DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


*i11Ijp1 f.ili.2%~ i


COKE
& Coke Products
2 liter

79;
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE
DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


OLD-FASHIONED
MERITA
BREAD
Loaf

390
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE
DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


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IFO NFO DPI


D T RIE I U I


ORL IDA
Crinkle Cuts ......... 2
PET
Pies ...............
BIRDSEYE
Lil Ears Corn ......... .
TOFFEE
I& Cream Bar............


Lbs. $129
14 oz. 89M
act. $139
6Pk. $185


IGA VEGETABLE
OLEO QTRS. ..........3 Lbs
PILLSBURY HUNGRY JACK
Biscuits ............... o ct. 58
IGA CHEDDAR OR COLBY $1 19
Cheese ................. 10oz.
SEALTEST LNL $139
Cottage Cheese .......... 24 oz.
SEALTEST 99c
Sour Cream .............. oz. 9U


IIE.*


IGA
Dunkin Sticks ...
IGA H.B., H.D., SEEDED
Buns ..........
IGA
Honey Buns ....


Pk. 79"
12 Pk. 790~
Pk. 991,


Spam Luncheon Meat ......................
Showboat Pork & Beans .................. 3
Martha White Corn Muffin Mix ............. 4
Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk ......
Vanish Liquid .............................
Dole Pineapple in Juice.................. 2
Alpo Dog Food Chunks.................... 3
Double Luck Cut Green Beans ............. 3
IGA Saltine Crackers ..................... 2
Lindy Early Garden Peas ................. 2
Ronco Thin or Regular Spaghetti ........... 4


Large Extra Fancy

. PEACHES
Sweet Juicy

Cantaloupes


White
Seedless Grapes......
California
Large Plums. ........
Delicious
Granny Smith Apples ..


lb. 990

lb. 790

lb. 79I


RED RIPE WATERMELONS

Fresh Shelled Peas & Butterbeans


Vine-Ripened Tomatoes............

Iceberg$

LETTUCE 2eads


7oz. 88
15 oz. 100
7 oz. 100
14 oz. $53
24 oz. $131
8oz. 88
14oz. s100
16oz. $100
lb. box 990
17 oz. 790
7oz. $100


lb.49


ea.69c,


Fresh
Green Broccoli ..... bunch 99
Snow White
CAULIFLOWER.... each 1.39
Tender Green
SNAP BEANS ........ lb. 59


TENDER OKRA
BELL PEPPER
CUCUMBERS


large
tray


980


large tray 1.29


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Lb. $138
Lb. $2Lb. 08

12 oz. 148
98c
.. 12 oz. U
Lb $138
Lb. 178
Jar $148

Lb.88


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1:00-6:00


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Thursday, July 17th
(RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONIES AT 10:00 A.M.)

Sale Continues through Sunday, 20t


FREE REFRESHMENTS *v


FREE


18"x27"


Carpet Mats
to the First


~I1~


150
Customers!


Philadelphia Carpet Mill (Plush)


"Celebrity"
100% Nylon
Scotchguard
Anti-Stat
In Stock


INCLUDES 1/2" PAD and INSTALLATION


Phil delphia Carpet Mills (HI-Lo)
"Intriguing"
100% DuPont Nylon I
Multi-Tone Colors 5 i
Scotchguard
Anti-Stat Per
5-Year Warranty Yd
INCLUDES 1/2" PAD and INSTALLATION


Huge Discounts


12x10
12x12


. . . .


12x15.


12x18
12x20
12x24


12x30.


ONLY "
ONLY,$4784
ONLY$5980
ONLY $95
ONLY$7974
ONLY$9569


ONLYI 1960


MANY ROLL ENDS IN STOCK!!


0


* ALL FIRST QUALITY *


FACTORY DIRECT PRICES *
* PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION *


* FREE ESTIMATES *


* FINANCING AVAILABLE *


Carpet
HIGHWAY 98 W. HIGHLAND VIEW


* PORT ST. JOE 227-7241


GRAND OPENING HOURS


THURSDAY ....


FRIDAY'


a S S S S S


SATURDAY ....


SUNDAY


Register to Win
Many Valuable Items
to be Given Away
(DRAWING TO BE SATURDAY AT 5:00)
1. '12 x15 CARPET
2. 12 x 12 NO WAX VINYL
3. 4 x 6 AREA RUG
4. HARDWOOD


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Citizens of Tomorrow
Citizens of Tomorrow


Recentivy pictures of these and other
Port St. Joe area children were taken by a
studio here in Port St. Joe and the pictures
made into half-tones and furnished to The
Star for publication. Over a period of the
next few weeks, pictures of all the children


photographed will be printed in The Star.
Only the pictures taken by the studio,
which have been specially prepared for
printing, will he reproduced in this series
of pictures.


Keria Driesbach :3 daugh-
ter of Bridgett McGee.


Lindsay 3 daughter of
Mark and Darla Lyle.,


Erin 10 daughter of Mr. Veronica 5 months daugh-
and Mrs. Tommy Oliver. ter of Mr. and Mrs. John C.
NTIar h


Tristan 8 months, son of
Fonda Darna.


Leslie Anne 8 and Jim 5
children of Jim and Carol
Faison.


:John. Jr. 2, and Tachalla, 5
months children of John and.
Essia Underwood.


Joel 12 and Marcy 9
children of Rev. and Mrs.
Jerry R. Huft,


Jarrod 3 and Shanna 9
months children of Mark and
Katrina Wester.


Krista 5 and Cody 11'- Joshua 4, LeAnn 2, and
children of Jan and Barry Turner 2 months children of
Nobles. Larry and Ethel Young.


Christina, 7, William, 3,
Jarred 6 and Jennifer 3 and Johnathon 22, months
children of Lewana and Pat children of Tim and Donna
Patterson. Gay.


Mole Crickets Are Starting Their Dastardly Deeds

Extension Agent Gives Hints on How to Control These Destructive Yard Pests More Effectively


By Roy Lee Carter
Extension Agent
On warm evenings, you
may have noticed some
strange looking six-legged
critters crawling around be-
neath nearby street- lamps,
and because of their: odd
appearance you've probably
tried to avoid these insects.
Actually, you had noting to
fear. TheN are harmless to
humans. But, they can be
lethal to your lawn We are'
talking about mole crickets.
Mole crickets live in the
soil and feed on plant roots.
Their front legs are short and
stout, well adopted for tun-
neling. Their velvety skin is
light brown, and the "adults
which reach a length of about
one and one half inches, have
prominent wings fQlded oyvr.
their backs. My'ifi 'rnathL


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l io mole crick
s tg wa d,


nymphs, which hatch in
abouit'wo weeks, look like
the adults, except they're
smaller and lack fully deve-
loped 'wings. These nymphs
mature very gradually
teaching adulthood the fol-
lowing spring. Thus, there is
only one generation per year.
Although mole crickets live
mostly below -groind, the
adults are readily attracted
to lights especially in' the
spring, and throughout the
summer. At these times, they)
are 'commonly found under,
streeCt'lamps, electric signs.
. and similar illfimination.


ed by Extension Entomolo- Mole crickets are most
gist Dr. Don Short of the active at night, especially'
University of Florida's Instj-. after a rain or irrigation, and
tute of Food and Agricultural when the temperature is
Sciences. about 70 degrees, farenheit.
Each spring,,ple crickets Cinder.these. conditions, they
lay eggs in' ~. soil jTh 'minake burrows in the upper


inch or two of the soil and
occasionally they will par-
tially emerge to gather bits


and with baits, it attracts the
mole cricket to the surface to
feed.


ot toon. rThese surface bur- To insure even pesticide
rows, which' range from coverage, it is best to treat no
about' *,to :. of an inch in more than 500 square feet at.
diameter, lqok like miniature a time. Mark off the area"to
mole runs. This-, burrowing be covered and apply halfithe
loosens the soil, causing recommended amount. even:
plhajits to dry out: Hpwever, ly back and forth in 'one
the most serious damage is direction: Then turn at right
caused by the crickets feed- angles and apply the rest.
ing .on the roots of lawn After spraying, irrigate for
grasses. about 40 minutes: But, !o not:
.Mole crickets .can be con- water after applying baits
Rolled by either sprays or Baits are most effective
li'ts, Apply sprays or baits when tfi fast growing
M.trhen the overnight temper nymphteneed'a lot of food
ture is expected to be. 7' from late Pune.thtrough Sp-.
diegrees farerheit or higher," terfer.- ~u; the A6bd-nibaits
arid be sure the soil is moist. are applied-after damage is
If necessary. sprinkle the noticed, the more effective
area for about an hour before they will be Baits may be
application.. Moisture aids,' applied by hand. but be sure
soil penetvgjigntn of sprays, .t*o wear rubber gloves For'
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ment applicator is recom- to 20 gallons of water passing
Glissons Set 2 through the hose to empty a
Glissons SWet. quart. jar. Regardless of "


Reunion Sat.
The tenth annual Glisson
Family Reuniodrn fr 1986 will
be held Saturday, July 12 at
the Sunland Environmental
Park, Marianna. All rela-
tives and friends are invited
to come and bring a covered
dish. .
For further information
call Jeannette Woodham at
(904) 592-2685 after 5:00 p.m.
or Winton Glisson at (813)
533-4409.
Wins Prizes
Mrs.'Claire J. Phillips was
the winner of the prizes given
away by the John C. Gainous
SPost 10069 VFW.oi July 4th at
the city parik'ol PbrntSt. Joe-. i


whether you use a spray or
bait, a second application in


Catch the Sjgkrit
ftTHE UNrrED METHOb&S dH6RCH


ten days to two weeks will
provide better control.
For specific pesticide re-
commendations, check with
your garden center or County
Extension ,Office.


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CHILDREN'S CHOIR (Wednesday) .......... 7:00 P.M.
'CHANCEL CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wed.) ...... ,7:30 P.M.
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MINUTES...

z- The Board of County Corn- gineers, Invoice No. 695-13 -
mission of Gulf County, Flor- Class III Landfill Permit
ida, met June 10, 1986 in Application 5-5-86 5-25-86,
-regular session with the $1,500.00.
following members present: Chairman Branch request-
= Chairman Billy Branch, ed Baskerville-Donoval En-
".Commissioners Douglas C. gineers send a copy of all
Birmingha, A.B. Traylor, invoices to Administrative
:-Everett Owens, Jr. and El- Assistant Wells for review
=-dridge Money. Others pre- prior to Board meetings.
sent were: Clerk Jerry Gates, Upon motion by Comm.
'Associate Attorney Tom Gib- Traylor, second by Comm.
son, Office Manager Deputy Money, and unanimous vote
Clerk Maurell Cumbie, Civil the Board approved payment
Defense Director Adminis- of the following invoice,
trative Assistant Larry Wells subject to signature of Admi-
and Sheriff Al Harrison. nistrative Assistant. Basker-
The meeting came to order ville Donovan Engineers,
at.9:00 a.m. Invoice No. 695-12 Pleasant
-:.' Comm. Money opened the Rest Cemetery Bridge, 5-5-86
- meeting with prayer' and led 5-25-86, $410.00
Sthe pledge of allegiance to Upon motion by Comm.,
-the flag: Traylor, second by Comm.
Upon motion by Comm. Money and unanimous vote
Owens, second by Comm the Board approved payment
SMoney, arid unanimous vote, of the following invoice,
:7 the Board approved the subject to signature of Admi-
Sminutes of May 27, 1986. nistrative Assistant. Basker-
Administrative Assistant ville Donovan Engineers,
+1 Wells reported the White City Invoice No. 695-11, Pleasant
. Fire. Department recom- Rest Cemetery Bridge, 4-14-
mends the air mask bid be 86 5-4-86, $820.00.
awarded to low bidder Action Chairman Branch request-
Fire and Safety of No. 473650 ed Baskerville-Donovan En-
at $966.35. Upon, motion by gineers send a 'copy of all
Comm. Birmingham, second invoices to Administrative
by Comm. Traylor, and Assistant. Wells for review
unanimous vote, the Board prior to Board meetings.
approved the recommenda- Ralph Rish, of Baskerville-
tion. Donoval Engineers, Inc., re-
Administrative Assistant ported Pleasant Rest Bridge
Wells reported his findings construction was complete,
on the Comprehensive Plan- except for stabilizing shoul-
ning Bid award as follows: ders, however, the engineers
$49,500, Baskerville-Dono- were requesting construction
van, Engineers; $49,900, of transition pavings from
Gaines and Associates; and existing road approach to
$56,881, Clark-Romelius. All slab on each end of bridge (50
meet specifications. Upon feet East Side and 25 feet West
motion by Comm. Traylor, Side) for a smooth transition.
second by Comm. Money and Upon motion by Comm.
unanimous vote the Board Owens, second by Comm.
agreed to award to the lowest Money, and unanimous vote,
--bidder provided they can the Board granted this re-
work out a suitable agree- quest, subject to Administra-
ment. tive Assistant Wells acquir-
Upon motion by Comm. ing three price quotes and
Traylor, second by Comm. upon approval of the Chair-
Birmingham, and unanimous man, Administrative Assist-
vote, the Board approved the ant and Engineer. The Chair-
Wewahitchka Ambulance man stated they would bring
Service personnel attending the quotes before the Board if
an emergency medical tech- they were too high.
nician refresher course at The Chairman requested
Gulf Coast Community Col- Baskerville Donovan En-
lege. gineers to rush the applica-
Upon motion by Comm. tion for Class III Landfill
Money, second for discussion Permit process as it was
by Comm. Owens, and unan- costing the county a lot of
imous. vote, the Board ap- money to transfer Class III
proved the following pay material to Buckhorn Land-
scale adjustments as re- fill.
quested by-M9squito Control Upon motion by Comm.
Director Graves. Traylor, second by Comm
Charles Tiller's base rate Money, and unanimous vote,
be adjusted to $5.55 per hour the Board approved Civil
menidJwu&lqtQU.ra, f plx t I tra-;.
tor pay of $6.00 per hour when vel, at no cost to the county,
operating the Caterpillar to a workshop in Tallahassee
-tractors. on June 26 and 27, 1986. ,
Gerald Shearer's base rate Upon motion by Comm.
be-adjusted to.$5.55 per hour Money, second by Comm.
and he receive Junior Opera- Owens, and unanimous vote,
tor pay of $6.00 per hour when the Board'approved payment
--operating the Caterpillar of Medicaid billings, as re-
.tractors and the dragline. viewed and submitted by
7 Johnny Williams receive Administrative Assistant
$6.00 per hour when operat- Wells, for the months of
jng thd Compactor. February,. March, April and
U Upon motion by Comm. May, 1986, in the amount of
Owens, second by Comm. $8,531.40, and also to keep
Money, and unanimous vote, Medicaid payments up to
the Board agreed the follow- date, not letting them accum-
ing be entered in the minutes ulate for lengthy periods of
and in personnel files. time. After discussion of
June 5, 1986 payment of previous Medi-
As of the above date, I was caid debt with Associate
.offered the position as the Attorney Gibson, the Board
,relief operator of the Com- agreed to make the present
actor Station and I have payment from Medicaid bud-
refused the position. geted funds in the General
-s- Zebede Addison Fund.
-s-Sam Graves, Jr., Dir- Peter Rosasco read the
ector following letter to the Board,
(end) which the Board requested
June 4, 1986 be entered in the minutes.
SAs of the above date, I have Comm. Money recommend-
:asked to be removed as the ed the Board approved the
-"relief operator of the Com- establishment of the Southi
_-pactor Station. Gulf County Fire Depart-
-s- Johnny A. Williams ment;
S -sSam Graves, Jr. 'June 10, 1986
(end) TO: Gulf County Commission
: Upon motion by Comm FROM: South Gulf County
.Owens,. second by Comm. Volunteer Fire Department
';Money, and unanimous vote SUBJECT: Organization
::the Board approved the Gentlemen:
Florida Office of Entomology A meeting was held at
operating an aircraft over Indian Pass Camp Ground on
congested areas within its Saturday, June 7, 1986. by
boundaries for the purpose of local citizens interested in
controlling pertiferous in- forming a Volunteer Fire
-sects. Department. Elections were
Upon motion by Comm. held and the positions that
-Money, second by Comm. follow were filled.
'Birmingham, and unanimous President, Peter Rosasco;
.vote, the Board approved the Vice. President, Paul Han-
-Sheriff's reimbursement re- non: Secretary, Carolyn
quest of $100.00 from the
Second Dollar Education
Fund for Florida Sheriff's
Association in regard to Year In and
Salary Supplement School.
SComm. Birmingham HAN N
moved the Board pay the H MR M
Birmingham withdrew his
motion. The Board agreed to
-hold the invoice until the


.:corrections the Board re-
quested were made and the The Ins ur
invoice then be presented
Again to the Board. T.
Michael Tucker, CPA Coun- A ut H
"ty Auditor, Final billing in u t
connection with annual ex- F o d B
amination of accounts for the F lood B
year ended September 30,
.1985, $2,900.00, Clerk deduct-
ed long distance phone calls 8:30 till 6:00 Monda
made from his office by
auditors, $26.33; balance due, 221 Reid Avenue
$2,873.67. 221 Reid Avenue
Upon motion by Comm.
Money, second by Comm. We Are HE
.Traylor, and unanimous
vote, the Bodrd approved the
*following invoices, subject to ROY SMITH, Agent
.Administrative Assistant
S Wells review and signature.
Baskerville-Donovan, En-


Board of County

Commission


McNeill; Treasurer, Marie
Todd; Fire Chief, Jim Mc-
Neill and Assistant Chief,
Billy Dye.
Attached is a membership
list indicating those mem-
bers who have volunteered
service and their level of fire
fighting experience. A train-
ing program is currently
being conducted at Barrier
Dunes Club House by an
instructor from the State
Fire Marshalls office. Four-
teen members are participat-
ing in the course which when
successfully completed will
result in their certification.
We request the formal.
recognition of our Fire De-
partment by the Gulf County
Commission and guidance on
the procedures to be followed
to acquire the necessary land
and equipment. We under-
stand that the County owns
land on Highway C-30 at its
intersection with Highway
C-30E and we request that
you consider this location for
the Fire House.
Thank you for your help
and consideration in this
project qnd we look forward
to your progress.'
Sincerely yours,
South Gulf County Vo-
lunteer Fire Depart-
ment
-s-Peter Rosasco,
President
(end)
The Chairman requested
the attorney research using a
portion of this property,
which was given to the
County be the Federal Gov-
ernment for recreational use,
to locate fire department
facilities. The Chairman sta-
ted if the property could be
used for this purpose it will
be available for use and the
group can decide whether
they want to utilize the site.
The Board discussed the
proposed fire department
being located in the St. Joe
Fire Control District and
upon, Rosasco's inquiry in
getting funds budgeted for
the department in next
year's budget, Rosasco was
informed the department
should submit a written
budget request. Upon motion
by Comm. Owens, second by
Comm. Traylor, and unani-
mous vote, the Board ap-
proved the list of officers as
submitted.
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, second by Comm.
Money, anid unanimous vote,.
the Board approved the
following contract as pre-
sehted'by. Administrative As-
sistant Wells and appointed
Wells to administer the pro-
ject.
State of Florida, Depart-
ment of Community Affairs,
Local Government Compre-
hensive Planning Assistance
Program Contract Payment


of $30,181 by the Department
to the County for services
performed.
Upon Rosasco's inquire
concerning requirements of a
charter for the South Gull
County Fire Department, the
Chairman replied he would
contact Attorney Rish later
in the week.
Associate Attorney Gibson
reported Stiles Brown and
Jerry Gates had filed objec-
tions with the Federal Court
to the boundaries of single
member election districts as
agreed to by the Plaintiff and
the .Board of County Com-
mission. Gibson reported At-
torney Rish and staff mem-
ber George Core, who drew
the maps at the commis-
sion's direction, would have
to testify at the hearing in
Pensacola concerning the
objections. The Chairman
requested all commissioners
and any public interested
attend. Attorney Rish to
'contact all Commission
members and be contact
person for public on place
and time of hearing.
Sheriff Al Harrison re-
qiested the Board contact
the Northwest Florida Water
Management District or who-
ever is responsible for the
Dead Lakes Dam concerning
people's boats being drawn
through the open spill-way.
The Sheriff stated this has
happened several times and
last week a man lost his life
when it occurred. It's ex-
tremely dangerous and as
the dam has not yet been
removed, there should be
some type warning signs
posted prohibiting fishing,
etc. in the lake near the dam.
Fishing from the bridge has
already been prohibited by
the Board due to the danger.
The Board agreed this was
very dangerous and after
discussion the Chairman re-
quested Clerk's Office Man-
ager Cumbie write the Dis-
trict requesting they take
action if responsible for the
dam and if not, identify who
is.
Upon motion by Comm.
Money, second by Comm.
Traylor and unanimous vote,
the Board agreed to adver-
tise to receive bids to re-roof
the Wewahitchka Health
Center Building, to be reim-
bursed with Disaster Assist-
ance Funds, and to award the
bid in the next budget year if
funds not available in Court-
house Operations General
Fund. (80 percent of $15,000
Disaster-Fund Deadline for-.
completion to receive disas-
ter funds November 21;
1986.) Comm. Money agreed
to obtain architectural draw-
ings and check on balance of
courthouse funds.
Upon motion by Comm.
Money, second by Comm.


Traylor, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved a 25
cents per hour payraise for
part-time Courthouse Main-
tenance Employee Rex Allen
Andrews.
Comm. Owens reported the
Mosquito Control Depart-
ment would begin mosquito
spraying county wide today.
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens. second by Comm.
Birmingham, and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed, by
request, to change the name
of the Pleasant Rest Bridge
to Whitfield Bridge.
Chairman Branch request-
ed Clerk's Office Manager
Cumbie to write all County
Department Supervisore un-
less in case of an emergency,
employees& of the Board of
County Commission must
have all travel and per diem
approved by the Board prior
to taking.
The Chairman requested
the Clerk's Office Manager to
inquire if Clerk Gates would
be preparing specifications
for county insurance bids and
report back to the Board.
The Chairman requested
Clerk's Office Manager com-
plete a Job Training Part-
nership Act Summer Youth
Employment Agreement for
the Board.
The Chairman requested
L !erk's Office Manager com-
plete a questionnaire from the
University of Florida con-
cerning zoning.
The Chairman requested
Clerk's Office Manager write
the Chamber of Commerce
(private business represen-
tative) and labor organiza-
tions (labor representative)
requesting two nominations
each for the private business
and labor sector representa-
tives to the Florida Panhan-
dle Private Industry Council.
After consideration by the
Board, the Chairman re-
quested Clerk's Office Mana-
ger Cumbie write Langdon
Flowers, Jr. asking him to
furnish -more details (com-
plete terms, contact person,
etc.) concerning his request
for non-exclusive cable TV
franchise for Cape San Blas
and South Gulf County and
make right of way use
request following action on
.the franchise. The Chairman


requested Administrative
Assistant Wells research
what the Board has done in
the past in regard to granting
franchises and report back at
the next meeting (as it was
questioned if Board received
portion of proceeds).
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.
The Highland View Water
District Board, of Gulf Coun-
ty. Florida. met June 10, 1986
in special session to discuss
proposed rate increases sub-
mitted by Maintenance and
Billing Personnel A.O. Boy-
ett. The following members
were present: Chairman Bil-
ly Branch, Eldridge Money.


306-08 Williams Ave.


Everett Owens, Jr., Douglas
C. Birmingham, and A.B.
Traylor. Others present
were: Associate Attorney
Tom Gibson, Clerk's Office
Manager Maurell Cumbie,
Highland View Water System
Maintenance and Billing Per-
sonnel A.O. Boyett, and
Administrative Assistant
Larry Wells.
The meeting came to order
at 11:00 a.m.
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, secofid by Comm.
Money and unanimous vote,
the Board agreed to adver-
tise public hearings to con-
sider rate increase as re-
commended by Boyett. The
Chairman requested the
Clerk's Office Manager to


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prepare advertisements of
the public hearings to be held
at the next two regular
meetings (the next night
meeting at 9:00 p.m. and next
day meeting at 11:00 a.m.).
Comm. Owens requested
Boyett be present at these
hearings to answer ques-
tions.
Boyett then questioned the
accuracy of the meter at
Raffield's Fisheries, due to
location. The Board discus-
sed Raffield might consider
paying for a six-inch meter,
as indicated as being needed
by Boyett, and the County
install it.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


Commodity Distribution


Set for July 15 and 17


U.S.D.A. commodities will
be distributed in Gulf County
on July 15 and 17. to those
who are eligible.
Distribution will take place
in Port St. Joe at the Gulf
County Senior Citizens Build-
ing on Tuesday, July 15 from
1:30 until 3:30 p.m. Distribu-
tion in Wewahitchka will take

Taunton Teaching
Book of Revelations
Dr. David Taunton is pre-
sently teaching on the Book
of Revelations at the High-
land View Methodist Church.,
Dr. Taunton has long been a
student of this intriguing
book, having taught classes
in many churches .in Alaba-
ma and Florida. Presently he
is completing aibook on
Revelations which he hopes
to have published sometime
this year. L
Anyone interested in study-
ing Revelations is invited and
encouraged to attend. The
study begins at 6:00 p.m.
EST each Sunday evening.


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CDT, Thursday, July 17.
Recipients must have a
current commodity card to
receive their commodities.
There will be no registration
on the days of distribution. If
anyone is uncertain of their
eligibility, they should call


227-1735 or come by the
Commodity Office in the Gulf
County Courthouse prior to
these dates. Wewahitchka
residents may come to. the
Old Courthouse on Wednes-
day, July 16, from 1:00 to 4:00
p.m. to certify for commodi-
ties.
Please bring a bag or box
to put commodities in.


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2 DRAWER, Desktop 29" High
Letter Size, 15" Wide s121.29
(E4-312.COLOR)
Letter Size with Lock s143.94
(E4-312P-COLOR)
Legal Size, 18" Wide S143 23
(E4-312C-COLOR)


Box $939
of 25 7
Heavy-duty stock. 2" expan-
sion. Coated rod ends for
quiet, easy use. Fits most fil-
ing systems, adaptable to all
types of filing arrangements.
25 files per box with plastic
tabs and white inserts. Your
choice of Letter or Legal Size
with a variety of tab sizes.
(Fl-HANGING FILE
FOLDERS)


Reg. '1.80
$103

Dozen


Sanford "s
Expo Markers
For use on dri-erase,
porcelain and other
"white boards," glass,
metal, glazed ceramics.
Wipes off With regular
cloth, tissue or black-
board eraser.
Individual Colors $S 50
(J4-830-COLOR)
Assorted set $600
of 4


Woodcased Pencils "
Strong, bonded lead. Rounded
hexagonal shape, yellow finish, with
red eraser and metal band. Smooth
and easy writing. Available in all
popular lead grades.
(N5-WOOD PENCILS)


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Plumbing & Electrical Work

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MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:00A.M.
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72 Oz. Box
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to be given away Labor Day 22 Oz. Kraft Thick N Spicy
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