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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 31, 1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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-THE S-TAR,


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


FQRTY-EIGHTH YEAR, NUMBER 48


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1986


S FtO0I IA* ,
ONiSTITUTION


25* Per Copy


Downtown Facelift


Design Engineers Asked to Make A

Proposal On Preparing Site Suggestion1


A 10-year-old dream of beautify-
ing downtown Port St. Joe came a step
closer to reality Tuesday of this week
with tentative steps taken toward
hiring design engineers to suggest a
plan of changing the downtown area to
"make it more pleasant to visit and
more eye-appealing.
For nearly a decade the Mer-
chant's Association has been dream-
ing of a revitalized downtown Port St.
Joe and doing something to make the
area into a more pleasant atmos-
phere.
The stumbling block has been
money-money to have the design
done and money to make the
necessary changes.
Two years ago, the state-
sponsored "Main Street" program
,was revealed to the Association and
the idea of a rejuvenated downtown
started to grow in the minds of the
Association members. Membership
dues were increased to create a
fund to start the planning stage of the
project and to get actual construction
'under way.
Contact has been made with the


"Main Street" headquarters in Talla-
hassee for guidance and this week, the
first concrete step was taken toward
getting the project underway.
Tuesday, the Merchant's Associa-
tion members met with representa-
tives of Smith and Gillespie Engineers
of Jacksonville, about designing the
downtown changes.
Smith and Gillespie are currently
working for the city in a sewer
rehabilitation project and could save
the merchants money by dovetailing
their current projects in the City along
with the design work.
The engineering firm, represent-
ed at the meeting Tuesday by Bob
Gehrig, manager; Harold Landers,
landscape engineer; David Avery and
Jim Jacques, gave their credentials to
the merchants 'and expressed a
willingness to work with the associa-
tion to get the job accomplished.
Avery told the ,merchants the
engineering firm had. only recently
performed practically; the same ser-
vice for Fernandina Beach, where the
entire downtown area was re-design-
ed and renovated.


s


Merchants Association president
Wayne Taylor said the organization
has dreams of considerable cosmetic
improvements in downtown Port. St.
Joe, starting with Reid Avenue and
spreading to Highway 98 toward the
west and as far as Long Avenue to the
east. "We need a starting point", said
Taylor. "We know we want to improve
things as they now stand, but none of
us has any idea where to start, except
to contact someone who has the
expertise to show us".
Avery advised the merchants
they could do considerable with little
expenditure or they could embrace a
sizeable venture with more money
available. Avery advised against
making any changes to any buildings,
but restricting expenditures to city
right of way areas. Avery advised that
after the work of redecorating is
started, most business owners will be
encouraged by the changes to im-
prove their buildings and redecorate.
Landers suggested putting atten-
tion to intersections to make them
(Continued on Page 5)


Political


Wyvonne Hattaway Jumps Into Race

for Clerk of the Circuit Court Job


Former 1984 Democratic area. Mrs. Hattaway gradua-
candidate, Wyvonne Griffin ted from Port St. Joe High
Hattaway, qualified again ' School with honors and went
for the office of Clerk of the 'to Gulf Coast Community
C "irce"iTCourt. Mrs.: Hattaway 'Cqllege--"fd' was- on the
T has previously run against dean's list for several semes-
the present Clerk, Jerry tei-s
Gates. Mrs. Hattaway stated Mrs Hattaway is a mem-
that her time has come to ber of the Oak Grove Assem-
. serve the. people of her bly of God Church. She has
county as Clerk of the Circuit served on the board of the
Court, and that she is the Panhandle Alcoholism Coun-
candidate of choice with her cil for the past five years.
experience, qualifications Wyvonne has been employed
and determination h,. ih iateonf Flonrida fnr Iho


Mrs. Hattaway is 32 years
of age and was born in Port
St. Joe. She is married to
Steve Hattaway. They have
been married for 12 years
and have one son, John. She
is the daughter of Buford and
Rtuth griffin and daughter-in-
law of J.B, and Dolores
Hattaway who reside in the


past 12 years and. until
recently, served in the Coun-
ty Courthouse as Judicial
Assistant for the County
Court.
Mrs. Hattaway feels that
when you vote, you are hiring
someone to work for you -
you, the voters, are her
potential employers. She be-


lives in the old saying, "If at,
first you don't succeed, try -
try again".'


WYVONNE HATTAWAY


Tankersley, Former Commissioner,

Will Try for District Four Post
James L. "Tank" Tanker- 'er for mosquito control
sley recently announced that played an important role ir
he was a candidate for re-paving bonds and the
County Commissioner, Dis- resurfacing of main roads ir
trict 4. Tankersley, age 55, the county. He was als(
moved to Port St. Joe in June instrumental in co-ordinating
of 1954 from Sylacauga, the recreational programs
Alabama, to work with St. the Senior Citizens program
Joe Paper Company. He and your programs for the
worked with them until CE Special Citizens of Gulf Coun
Basic went into production in ty.


1959. "Tank" worked there
until his retirement in July of
1985.
He served as your county
commissioner from District 4
from 1978 to 1982. He was
responsible for an up-dated
ambulance service for this
county and was commission-


He has been married to
Debbie Mouchette for 31
years and has three children
all of whom reside in this
county, Danny Tankersley,
Paula Gaskin and Jake Tank-
ersley. He is owner and
manager of Pauline's Rest-
aurant on Reid Avenue.


Benny C. Lister, Financial Officer,

Wants to Take Over Office of Clerk


Benny C. Lister has quali-
fied to run for the office of
Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf
County.
Lister, a lifelong resident
of Gulf County, lives 'in
Wewahitchka with his wife,
Patsy, two sons, Dayton and
Darryl, and daughter, Ash-
ley. He is a graduate of
Florida State University ob-
taining a B.S. degree in
Business Administration
with a major in accounting.
Lister has been employed
by Gulf County Clerk of the
Circuit Court, Jerry T.
Gates, as Financial Officer
since March 1, 1985. Prior to
, this, he was employed as an
auditor by the Auditor Gene-


ral, State of Florida, for
approximately 19 years.
Lister stated he decided to
run for the office of Clerk of
Circuit Court because "I
know my experience with
Clerk Gates and as an
auditor for the Auditor Gene-
ral will enable me to serve
the people of Gulf County
well. While employed by the
Auditor General, I audited
State and County Agencies,
including accounts and re-
cords of Clerks of Circuit
Courts and Board's of County
Commissioners. I know this
experience will be invaluable
as Clerk of the Circuit Court
to the people of Gulf County."


BENNY LISTER


Someone has apparently hit a local Roche said a customer had purchased a
business hard, in the warehouse, and left no particular model and he went to get the
indication as to how the crime was committed, particular set, which was still in its shipping
according to Mike White, chief deputy with the carton. "I. discovered seven sets 'were
Gulf County Sheriff's Department. missing, along with the air conditioner and
White said store manager, David Roche, microwave oven", he said. Roche said he
went to retrieve a certain model television set didn't know how long the merchandise had
from his warehouse Thursday of last week;, been missing, but that it was placed in the
and.discovered several sets, a window air warehouse on July 7.
conditioner and a microwave oven were ''
missing from his stock.. White said a thorough investigation of the


Edwin R. Ailes, Executive Director of
the Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Inc., has
announced that the clinic has initiated
construction of a 3,040 square foot expansion
of existing clinic facilities in Port St. Joe.
Groundbreaking ceremonies were conduct-
ed Wednesday of last week. The expected
completion of the facilities are targeted for
late fall, 1986.

See photograph of groundbreaking
ceremony on page five.


According to Ailes, the new facilities
will house educational and child care
services for infant through school age


The City of Wewahitchka suddenly has two
vacancies on its City Commission and nobody
qualified, as yet, to seek election to the seats,
according to Susan Pitts, who works in the City
Clerk's office in the north Gulf County city.
"One of our Commissioners has resigned his
position to seek election as a County Commis-
sioner and the other has decided not to run for
another term", Pitts said.


children. The facilities and programs will be
fully licensed and staffed with qualified
child care personnel. Any child within the
Port St. Joe area will be welcomed and the
programs will be open Monday through
Friday each week. Part-time, half-day or
full-time enrollment will be accepted.
Architectural services for the facilities
have been provided by the Panama City
architectural firm of Smith, Bozarth and
Fuller. The general contractor for the
facility is Overholt Construction Company
of Blountstown. Financing for the facilities
have been arranged through Citizen's
Federal Savings and Loan Association of
Port St. Joe. Enrollment for the program is
planned for early September of this year.


Qualification books in Wewahitchka are now
open for candidates to qualify to seek election,
but to date, nobody ha; expressed an interest in
running. "Nobody has come in to pay their fees",
Pitts said.
Jack Husband, a veteran Commissioner
from District 3 in Wewahitchka, has elected to
run for County Commissioner from Group 2 in
the September primaries and has submitted his


Burglars Hit Furniture Store, but When, How?


warehouse showed no signs of forcible entry to
the building and nothing else was disturbed.
"It was impossible to determine a crime had
been committed unless you knew the items
were missing", White said.
All of the merchandise taken was brand
new and still in cartons. "We hadn't even
unpacked it", Roche said.
White said the Sheriff's Department is
investigating, the incident.


Supervisor of Elections,
Cora Sue Robinson said this
week, the voter registration
books will be closed Saturday
to registration of new voters
for the September primaries
of the state and county
election.
"Last election (1984) we
had 7,413 registered voters,
but we have purged the'rolls,
according to the law since
that time, and removed 701
from the voter list", Robin-
son said.
The elections supervisor
said good response has been
experienced during the cur-
rent voter registration drive,
and 287 new voters have
signed up, bringing the total
registered back to 7,100.
"I feel we still have quite a
number of potential voters
out there who might like to
cast their ballots in Septem-
ber, but they won't be able to
do it unless they come by and
register by Saturday", Rob-
inson pointed out.
Robinson said her office
would be open in the Court-
house all day Saturday, until
5:00 p.m., to allow those
wishing to register to come
by and sign up. The court-
house and the Supervisor's
office are usually closed on
Saturday.
In addition to keeping the
office open the extra hours,
Robinson said the books will
be made available through-
out the county during the
next few days to sign up
potential voters prior to the
Saturday deadline. Florida
law requires that voter regis-i
tration books be closed 30


days prior to an election.
SPECIAL LOCATIONS
During the remainder of
the week, the registration
books will be at the following
locations for the convenience
of voters:
-Thursday, July 31, St.
Joe Paper Company mill
from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., 4:30 to
5:00 p.m. and 10:30 to 11:00
p.m.
-Friday, August 1, Rich's
IGA in Wewahitchka from
5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
--Saturday, August 2, Su-
pervisor's office from 9:00
a.m., to 5:00 p.m.
Deputy Supervisors
throughout the county can
assist any person interested
in registering.
Port St. Joe: Sally Jenkins
and Gulf County Library
during regular hours.
St. Joe Beach: Tonya
Knox.
Overstreet: Suzanne Be-
sore.
Howard Creek: Lola F.
Simmons.
Indian Pass: Jim McNeill.
Wewahitchka: Trezia Bow-
ers, Louise Jones and the,
Wewahitchka City Hall (Sha-
ron Holmes and Susan Strip-
ling.)
Robinson said she is espe-
cially urging young people
who have just had their 18th
birthday to register. "If they
are not now 18, but will be 18
prior to election day, we can
still sign them up to vote in
the September primaries if
they come by the office
before 5:00 p.m., Saturday",
she said.


resignation from the City Board, effective
September 2 of this year.
Another veteran Commissioner, Jack Tay-
lor, is stepping aside in Group 4, after serving
several terms in the position.
Wewahitchka elects its commissioners on
the first state and county primary voting day,
voting simultaneously with the state and county
races.


USPS 518-880


Registration


Books to Close


On August 2


JAMES TANKERSIEY


Lesley Wilder, just turned 18 years of age, signs up to become a Gulf County voter in the
Supervisor's.office this week, as elections officer Cora Sue Robinson watches.


Guidance Clinic Undertakes

Child Care Construction


Two Commission Seats Open In Wewahitchka



















The Florida Marine Patrol and
the Department of Natural Re-
. sources have taken off the kid
gloves so far as our own Gene
Raffield is concerned, and lined
themselves up to play hard ball.
The move by the Marine Patrol
nearly two weeks ago in arresting
Raffield for something all north-
west Florida fishermen had been
doing for nearly 20 years, stirred
up a lot of people here in Gulf
County and along the Gulf coast
area. In the process, we believe
they have destroyed even more of
the credibility of the Marine
Patrol. The Marine Patrol may not
agree with us in this assessment
and we will probably get another
hot letter from Elton Gissendaner
telling us how -stupid we are for
having such an opinion, but such is
our opinion and all the letters
Gissendaner can write for the
remainder of the current fiscal
year will not change that opinion.-
It was quite noticeable that the
Marine Patrol didn't use local
officers to do their little number on
Raffields initially. Locals came on
the scene later in the day, but
troops were shipped in from out of
the area, thus going around the.
local Patrol officers and not having


It's hard to figure out why
someone would kill animals in a
kid's petting zoo, or damage
graves, or break out windows, or
- paint on walls or fences. It's hard to
figure out why some people will
destroy signs 'with rifles or shot-
7 guns, toss garbage in empty lots or
beside the road. We can't even
figure out why people will ignore
signs of instruction at the several
. locations of garbage collection
,trailer.. throughout .the county.
T ey'' only costing themselves
money to toss their trash all over
everywhere and pay their em-
ployees to pick it up and place it
where it belongs.
We have tried to understand
E, and just can't come to a justifiable'
conclusion as to why people are so
: unisocial in these several matters.
They seem to think it doesn't
matter or nobody cares, what they
do.
Last week, people expressed
indignation that someone would
ride by during the night and kill two
beautiful and enjoyable animals in
the petting zoo behind the elemen-
;,try school. These animals were
cared for by the kids, fed by the
kids and looked after by the
students of the school. The animals
were their responsibility. ,They
took that responsibility seriously.


to face a lack of enthusiasm on the
part of its officers for the job they
were charged to do.
All of which tells us, even some
officers of the Marine Patrol aren't
too supportive of the orders which
have come down from on high in
this matter.
Gene Raffield, manager of the
giant seafood operation here in
Port St. Joe has said, "I have been
singled out, and I don't like it one
bit!"
We don't blame him.
It would seem to us that if a
fishing operator was fishing off the
coast of Louisiana, following fed-
eral guidelines, landing their catch
in Louisiana and trucking the catch
to his home base in Florida for
processing would make it kind of
hard to make any kind of case
against the fisherman. To almost
everyone, it would seem he has
covered every avenue to make sure
things are done according to the
rules.
Raffield says he will fight the
charge just as high as he can go
with it and we don't blame him. Big
government is big enough without
seeming to trample on the rights of
private citizefis."


Now, the animals are dead and
there are many children of elemen-
tary school age who have been hurt
and many parents of elementary
age pupils who have become
outraged.
We feel they have a right to be.



Missed It!
- Did-you miss the-wedding?
-"What wedding"? you say, and
we repeat, "THE wedding!"
Did you get to go to
England and 'see Randy Andy
and Fergy get hitched in a
typical, everyday, English roy-
alty fashion. If you went, it was
an all night plane ride unless
you sprung for a trip on the
Concorde. If you watched it on
TV, it meant you had to get up
before the paper boy came by in
the morning and ttirn on the TV.
If you missed the whole
thing, as we did, you were
allowed to stay in bed until
daylight, pick up your paper,
eat a leisurely breakfast and
read about it the next day.
We're sure your days won't
be shortened one bit by not
having been an eye witness.


Comments:


Take Off the



Kid Gloves


THE STAR
THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1986 PAGE TWO


Kes


Never Trust A "Scholar"

Who Wears Red Socks,


by Kesley Colbert--'


Friend of mine the other
day sent me an article on
Davy Crockett he'd cut out of
the Wall Street Journal.
Now, I know what you're
thinking - how could a
friend of mine be reading the
Wall Street Journal in the
first place? I think he was


looking for the cartoons
when this story on Davy
caught his eye. As they so
often say on the six o'clock
news - it's not a very pretty
story.
It seems that some ill-ad-
vised professor at the Uni-
versity of Tennessee has


published a book in which
several "authors and noted
scholars" have written
essays basically saying that
Davy Crockett wasn't the
hero that he's been cracked
up to be. I say bunk, I say the
whole lot of them must'a just
got off the boat from Mos-


cow. This is a "red ink"
story if I've ever seen one.
I'd never heard of any of
these "noted scholars". Of
course I'm sure that they
had changed their names
anyway. You know they're
not going to put Grolinsk and
Khulsk and Solshinez on a


Hunker Down with


Pretty Young Lady Keeps Ambitious Politician On Schedule In


FRANK MANN, THE candidate'
for Lieutenant Governor on Steve
Pajcic's ticket, was through town the
other day. Like all politicians, he
came by the newspaper so the
newspaper would duly note in its
columns he was in town and wasn't
forgetting to let it be known he had
come by.
Coming by the newspaper to get
this bit of free publicity seems to be in
t'he handbook of what politicians
should do in a well-run campaign.
I know this must be so, since
nearly every exchange newspaper I
receive each week, which has been
printed in this part of Florida, duly
noted that Frank Mann had been in
the various towns and counties of the
panhandle and made his presence
known. Getting this bit of free political
advertising seems to be almost as
mandatory an exercise as kissing
babies or handing out cards.
Frank Mann had a pretty young
lady with him who kept reminding
him he had a time schedule to keep
and rushed him along to the next spot
on the agenda. We had no more than
gotten into a conversation and his


tremendous charisma had just started
to shine at full strength, before the
pretty young lady said, "It's time to
go. We have to be at a certain spot at a
certain time and we must leave now in


ETA


primary rolled around, I would have
the screaming meemies and would be
telling that pretty young lady to go get
lost somewhere . . . even if she was a
pretty young lady.


here on Thursday, but at the last
minute had to cancel out for some
reason or other. Adele wrote a little
note in longhand on a printed personal
note card, expressing regrets she


OIN SHRDLU

By: Wesley R. Ramsey
^ ___ \


order to make it and not be late down
the road today".
+ + + + +
THE WAY I reckoned it, it was
still some 41 days until the first
primary election on September 2.
What I was wondering, was, does this
pretty young lady already have Frank
Mann's daily routine so laid out he has
to account for every minute, be ever
cognizant of what time it is and what
day it is? If this is so, by the time the


I like pretty young ladies, but not
that well.
It must be tough to be a state-wide
candidate and be involved with having
to make an appearance to the right
people in every community and city in
every county in the state, if you hope
to get to first base with your race.

ADELE GRAHAM sent word by
that she was coming in Wednesday for
the same reason Frank Mann was


couldn't keep her appointment on
Wednesday last.
Adele probably made points with
the staff here at The Star by not
showing up on a Wednesday. Wednes-
days are sacred and hallowed here at
The Star, and are reserved for the sole
purpose of getting the newspaper
printed, and into the news stands and
the Post Office by 5:00 p.m. Some-
times we aren't keeping up with our
time schedule and at such times really


don't need to be bothered by anyone
running for the U.S. Congress or
Governor of the State of Florida.
Deadlines do that to you.
Maybe what I need down here at
The Star is a pretty young lady
tagging along behind me every day to
remind me I have a deadline to get
certain things done, so I had better get
. in the groove.
The problem is, I have been in this
business long enough to know, al-
ready, that time is short and the day
and hour will be here at the same time
each and every week when we have
to be through, no matter how things
went in the meantime.
++ + + +
EVEN IF FRANK MANN had not
waited to come in on a Thursday-the
best possible day of the week he could
have come by a weekly newspaper
office-he might have received a
hearty welcome anyhow.
The reason they (the politicians)
come by is to make an impression on
the Editor in hopes he will transmit
good vibes to all of you who missed the
candidate on his visit.


Hot July

So, I'm going to transmit my
impressions. Mann reminded me' of
Wayne Mixson. You,all remember
Wayne Mixson. He is presently the
Lieutenant Governor and the reason
Bob Graham received such a good
vote in the Panhandle. People know '*
Wayne Mixson anli felt they would be
well represented by him when ..the
need arose in the state's top office.
Not to diminish the Governor's
abilities any at all, but many people of
this area felt they would have been
better off if Mixson was in the
Governor's slot and Graham in the Lt.
Governor's position.
That seems to be the kind of man
Frank Mann is, from our short period
of conversing and interfacing with
each other.
Mind you, I'm not going so far as
to endorse he and Pajcic here. I have
never met Pajcie and had only ten
minutes or so in conversation with
Mann. All I'm saying is that he
seemed like a heck of a nice fellow
during that short time.
When the others come by, I'm
sure they will make the same
impression.


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book about Davy Crockett.
Now, as you might well ex-
pect, I'm no expert on Davy
Crockett. I don't claim to be.
And that's my rub with these
Communist invaders that
are trying to lift themselves
up at the expense of a real
American who is no longer
around to defend himself. I
highly question their exper-
tise in the "Davy Crockett
story". Did they grow up
with him? Did they "ride the
river" with him? Did they in-
terview someone who knew
him?
For instance they claim no
one called him Davy - it
was always David. How
would they know that and
who cares anyway? Crockett
was into politics for a while
so you can be sure he got
called by a lot of names.
They said he wasn't big and
healthy but he was a thin,
sickly man. Now, I never
met Davy and I don't re-
member ever seeing any old
home movies of him wrestl-
ing alligators. But you can
bet those Moscovite writers
don't have any home movies
either. I believe in my heart
that ole Dave looked a lot
like Fess Parker.
You know that st&y about
Davy killing that bear when
he was only three. They have
attacked that legend. They
(Continued on Page 3)

Letters to Ed.:.
Never Seen
Such Support
Dear Editor:
I have been with the
Muscular Dystrophy Asso-
ciation for nearly 3 years,
and I have NEVER seen such
total community support of
any fund raising effort as I
saw in Port St. Joe prior to
and during the fish fry for
MDA on Friday, July 11.
, I would like to thank each
and every one of you person-
ally: but I'm afraid that is
impossible. So please allow
me to extend the gratitude
and thlnksion-elialf f IpA
and thp t7p fit it which we
serve. Our campers, epe-
cially, were impressed by
your hospitality and caring.
The day after the fish fry,
at camp, several of our
"veteran" campers came to
me and said, "Hey, I reAlly
liked that fish fry. It was
fun."
The "icing on the cake"
was when Port St. Joe
transported the fireworks to
camp so that our campers
could more fully enjoy them.
And enjoy them we did!!!
All this, and more, too! I
understand that to date, in
excess of $3000 has been
collected for the Muscular
Dystrophy Association. That
money can do so many things
for our patients: purchase
braces; wheelchairs; pay for
physical, occupational or re-
spiratory therapy; or send
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, JULY 31,1986


Kids with Kids
HAL WARDEN, 15, of Nashville, Tennessee is at it
again. Hal's second wife, Catherine, just gave birth to
their first child. Catherine is 14 and her marriage to Hal
is her first.
Hal, however, was married before and has a child
(2� years old) by his first marriage. If my calculator is
correct, Big Hal was 121/ years old when his first child
was born. Let's just say he was twelve going on
thirteen. This means he was eleven, going on twelve
when he was first married, or when his first wife
became pregnant, whichever came first.
Big Hal is off to a fast start, to say the least! Two
marriages, two kids and he doesn't even have his
driver's license yet. What's more, he stated that his
father supports him and his family (he has two,
remember) 99� percent of the time. I'm sure Hal
doesn't work. He's busy with his family practice.
+++++
SOME YEARS AGO it was fashionable to have
large families and to marry young. It was a time when
there were no movies, TV's, cars, ballgames to go to or
neighbors within hollerin' distance. Today, however,
we have all these entertainments and more. There are
comic books to read, Sesame Street to watch and all
kinds of pets to play with. Most people today wait until
they are 15 or 16 to get married the first time. I know
several couples that were close to twenty before they
were married.
I though I would never get married. I remember
thinking about it for the first time. It was right after my
cousin was married. He was middle aged before he
decided to make the big move and everyone said it
wouldn't last. He was sixteen and it did last - it lasted
eight months. He was really happy for the first six
weeks though.
BACK TO BIG HAL. Hal has stated that he doesn't
want any more children. He came from a family of
seven kids and they were always fighting so he decided
he doesn't want any 'f that. I don't think Hal has
anything to worry about'.That boy is just full of love. He
doesn't even have time for a job. He also doesn't want
his wife to work. He wants her to take care of the
children. I wonder what Big Hal does with all his time.
He probably has a skateboard and a yoyo. He might be
wise to enroll in a family planning course.
I realize there are rural areas in Tennessee, just
like there are in Florida. Nashville, however, is not
exactly rural by any stretch of the imagination. It's
hard to imagine when a kid would find time to get
married in a town like Nashville. Hal probably
proposed on one of the rides at Opryland.
I DON'T KNOW what I'll do if one of my children
wants to get married before they are of age. One thing
is for sure; I am not going to support them and they are
not going to live in our home. I might be willing to take
them to a Walt Disney mpviepccasionally and run their
paperroute a couple of ra week, b.t liaI's Where-
m y- su p p oar e n d s ! - .. - . .- .. .


St. Joe is truly filled with
L etter Very Special People.
(Continued from Page 2) Very truly yours,
more kids to camp!!! Lyn C. McCord
Thank you, thank you, District Director
thank you. The city of Port Tallahassee, FL


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Shaking Hands
Robert Trammell, a candidate for the Florida
Legislature from this district, shakes hands with some
young supporters at a fish fry held for Trammell in the City
Park Saturday afternoon. A good crowd attended the affair
in spite of rain and threatening weather. Trammell is
running for the seat being vacated by James Harold
Thompson of Gretna.


Kesley (From Page 2)


say it never happened. Well,
honesty compels me to
report that they are right on
this one. I've been to Lime-
stone, Tennessee where
Davy was born, I've stood at
the foot of the Davy Crockett
Monument on the square of
the town he laid out in
Lawrenceburg, I've been
through his mother's log
cabin in Rutherford, I've
'played golf at the Davy
Crockett State Park, I drove
to college for four years
down the Davy Crockett
highway - I know a little
something about Davy
Crockett - and I can tell you
that he was almost six before
he killed his first bear.
These Lenin followers
proudly reported that Davy
never wore a coonskin cap. I
certainly hope that he didn't.
-I never saw anyone, that
looked "right" wearinfi a
coonskin cap. Of course if it
gets cold enough a man will
wear anything he can find to
keep his head warm. They
also say Davy was semi-il-
literate. I don't know what
that means - I guess I'm
half dumb. Those guys at the
Alamo didn't care about


Davy's intellectual abilities
- they were interested in his
proficiency with a squirrel
gun. Of course these "scho-
lars" portray Mr. Crockett
as not fighting at the Alamo.
They say he survived the
siege and was executed
later. One hundred and
eighty odd Americans held
off Santa Anna and his Mex-
ican army of thousands for
14 days. Somebody was do-
ing some fighting. I wasn't
there but I'd bet the ranch
that Davy did his share.
You don't have to be a
"scholar" to recognize
where these Commie writers
are coming from. It will pro-
bably be Daniel Boone next,
then Abraham Lincoln and
then John Wayne. The long
and short of all this is -
don't believe everything you
read. If it is written by,ajn
-"intellectual scholar" thnh
don't believe "any otf i'.
They're just showing off. If
you want the absolute
straight of it then I suggest
you stick strictly to Louis
L'Amour or The Farmer's
Almanac.
Respectfully,
Kesley


SHAD

SPHANTRY
by Wendell Campbell


Kids Will Never
Dear Editor:
By some accounts the
"Fishing for the Answer"
fish fry is over, the park is
cleaned up, the tents are
gone, but anyone who thinks
it is really over just doesn't
understand what actually
happened. There are some
sixty children with Muscular
Dystrophy who will never
forget it - from seeing their
first net fishing operation, to
meeting and hugging and
kissing Mickey Mouse and to
actually working on the fish
fry as servers and ticket
takers - these memories will
last the rest of their lives. To
the counselors, the Muscular
Dystrophy Association and
all the rest of us who were
with those kids during this
time, we will never forget
what all that meant to them.
On behalf of the Bureau of
Seafood Marketing and Ex-
tension Services of the Flor-
ida Department of Natural
Resources, and Southeastern
Fisheries Association, we
want to thank all of the
citizens of the City of Port St.
Joe, members of the Lions
Club, the Rotary Club, the
Kiwanis Club, the staff of the
school system, the City Com-
missioners, and the manage-
.Zment .of St... Joe Paper
Company, and everyone who
contributed their time or
money. Without all of their
involvement "Fishing for the
Answer" could not have
taken place. We also extend a
special thanks to Gene Raf-
field and Raffield Fisheries
who provided not only the


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SForget Fishing
netting demonstration, but
all the seafood as well. And,
of course, WCTV, Channel 6
Thomasville - Tallahassee,
Ms. Anna Johnson, deserves
the recognition of being the
motivating force in organiza-
tion and securing the appear-
ances of Walt Disney World's
Mickey Mouse and the Exec-
utive Chef at Epcot Center,
Chef Keith Keogh. Their
appearance made the kids
summer camp a special thrill
and turned a fish fry into a
gourmet meal. "Fishing for
the Answer" will never be
over, for it will live as an
example of what outstanding
people can accomplish by
working together.
Thank you, Port St. Joe!
Sincerely yours,
Edwin A. Joyce, Jr.,
Director
Division of Marine Re-
sources


Garrison Ave., south on Long
Avenue and north on Monu-
ment Ave. to Fifth St. and


head east; then north on
Woodward to Third St. and
turning west on Third St.


Lay Led Revival at Long Ave.


Long Avenue Baptist
Church will be having a lay
led revival August 1 - 3.
Services will begin at 7:00
p.m. on Friday and Saturday


and at 11:00 a.m. Sunday.
Everyone is cordially in-
vited to attend all services
for which a nursery will be
provided.


First Baptist Church will
be conducting Vacation Bible
School Monday through Fri-
day, August 4 - 8. Time each
s -- day will be 8:30 a.m. until
S**0 11:30 a.m. There will be
classes provided for ages
j 6 three years through sixth
grade. The school will con-
clude with commencement
exercises at 6:00 p.m. Sun-
day, August 10.
As usual the church bus
will run throughout Port St.
Joe to provide transportation
for the children who need
rides. Anyone attending the
school may ride the bus. The
route is scheduled as follows:
beginning at 7:50 a.m. the
bus will head east on Madi-
son Street through Oak
Grove to Ward Ridge and
then go to J nes Homestead.
Then the bus will go north on

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i Miss Mic

I Miss Micah Angela Revell, daughter
df Mr. and Mrs. Forest Alfred Revell of
V' ewahitchka, was united in marriage
on Saturday, July 12 to Dennis Dewayne
I Peak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl
'-Peak of Port St. Joe. The Reverend
Claude E. McGill performed the tradi-
tional candlelight - double ring ceremo-
my at Glad Tidings Assembly of God
;Chureh in Wewahitchka.
:: The bride is the maternal granddaugh-
ter of Mrs. Alma Lee Jones and the late
Mr. John W. Jones of Wewahitchka. She
I ts the paternal granddaughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Hudson Revell of
��aBristol.
. The bridegroom is the maternal
grandson of Mrs. Estelle Armstrong and
ithe late Mr. Walter Armstrong. He is the
,paternal grandson of Mrs. Ethel Peak
sand the late Mr. Leroy Peak all of Port
St. Joe.
A prelude of nuptial music and the
traditional "Wedding March" was per-
lormed by Mrs. D.L. Owens, pianist.
Miss Mary Lou Sewell was the soloist.
3She sang several love melodies through-
oput the ceremony.
� As the guests entered the sanctuary
they were handed the formal wedding
program by Miss Kelli Jones, cousin of
the bride.
The altar was accented with many
candles and greenery atop brass pedes-
tals. The pews were marked with white
bows and tiny ribbons tied in love knots.
The bride was escorted to the altar by
fer father and was given in marriage by
foth her parents. She wore a designer
gown of white taffeta and lace. Reem-
4broidered Alencon lace adorned with
pearls and crystal irridescents overlaid
rhe silhoutte bodice.
wA Schiffli cameo design accented the
sweetheart neckline. Juliet sleeves were
ouffed in reembroidered lace and


ah Revell and Dennis Peak Wed


pearls tapering to points at the wrists.
Matching lace medallions embellished
the full skirt which swept into a lace
trimmed scalloped Cathedral train.
To complement her gown, the bride,
chose a tiara of Alencon lace trimmed in
pearls and lavished in irridescents. It
held a fingertip veil and pouf of tulle
which was trimmed in matching lace.
To complete her ensemble, the bride
carried a cascading bouquet of pink open
roses, sweetheart roses, rose buds, amid
an array of miniature light pink, mauve
and white carnations, gypsophila, ste-
phanotis and lily of the valley, accented
with flowing pearl sprays and satin
streamers with love knots.
The bride's matron of honor was Mrs.
Debbie Peak, sister in law of the groom
from Port St. Joe. She wore a formal
length gown of summer taffeta. It had' a
princess style bodice which comple-
mented the sweetheart neckline, which
was framed by shirred-Renaissance
sleeves. The back of the bodice featured
a candy box bow. A basque waistline
held the gently gathered full skirt.
The maid of honor was Miss Suzanne
Grant, friend of the briddiQf Wewahitch-
ka. Her dress was identical to the
matron of honor's except it was violet in
color.
The bride's attendants were dressed in
the same style as the honor attendants
eKcept in color. Attendants were Mrs.
Susan Sullivan, cousin of the bride of
Wewahitchka, Miss Tonya Peak, cousin
of the groom of Port St. Joe, Dardra
Revell, cousin of the bride of Tallahas-
see, Miss Angie Dykes, and Miss Karen
Prange both friends of the bride of
Wewahitchka.
Jr. Attendants were Miss Nicole Coin,
cousin of the bride from Denver,
Colorado and Miss Crystal Gaskin,
friend of the bride of Weiwliitchka. They


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wore formal length gowns of summer
taffeta. A princess style bodice comple-
mented with a sweetheart neckline
which was framed with puffed sleeves.
Their dresses were raspberry in color.
The attendants' gowns were comple-
mented by crescent bouquets of pink to
mauve larkspur, plum to dusty rose
tiger lillies, pink roses, white carnations,
willow wisps, gypsophila, and pearl
'sprays with satin streamers. Their
bouquets were designed by the bride.
Miss Rachel Coln, cousin of the bride
of Denver, Colorado was the miniature
bride. She wore a white gown of fantanza
and lace. The Victorian yoke trimmed in
Wedgewood lace and satin ribbons was
highlighted by a wedding band collar
and lace bodice.
Sheer lace sleeves were trimmed in
double rows of satin ribbon. The gently
gathered skirt was held at the waist by a
sash in back. It was bordered in a row of
Wedgewood lace.
Se wore a lace headpiece which held a
veil of tulle trimmed in matching lace. It
was designed and made by Mrs. Nils
Millergren. She carried a miniature
bouquet of the bride's.
Attending the groom as best man was
his brother, Danny Peak of Port St. Joe.
Groomsmen were Larry Williams, Ran-
dy Raffield, Frankie Brownell, Tommy
Williams, cousin of the groom, Kenny
Peak, brother of the groom all of Port St.
Joe and Allen Revell brother of the bride
of Tallahassee.
Jr. groomsman was Master Stacey
Hanlon, cousin of the groom from
Wewahitchka.
The groomsmen were all dressed in
silver gray tuxes from the Dynasty
After-Six Collection.
Master Eric McDaniel, cousin of the
bride, was the ring bearer. He was
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Services will begin at 10:40 co

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Senator Dempsey Barron |
will be the guest of honor at a
Testimonial Roast to benefit
the American Cancer Society
on Friday, August 8, 7:00
p.m. CDT, at the Sheraton'
Inn on Panama City Beach.
Barron, often referred to as
the "Red Baron" will be
roasted by Governor Robert
Graham, Florida State Uni-
versity President Bernard
Sliger, Tallahassee lobbyist-
journalist Richard McFar-
lain, and Panama City busi-
nessmen Hy Wakstein and
Tommy Thomas. Master of
Ceremony will be Ray Holl-
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Tickets for the' Roast are
available for a fifty dollar
per person tax deductible
contribution. Reservations
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There will be a band
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7:30 p.m. in the band room.
All concerned persons are
encouraged to attend this
important meeting.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of Mrs. A. J.
Owens, wishes to express
their appreciation and
thanks to all their friends and
relatives for their kind ex-
pressions of sympathy and
love during the illness and
death of their beloved hus-
band, father and grandfa-
ther. God bless you all.
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and Family


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Fall Mountain I
My but it has been hot! But
if you are a member of AARP
or NRTA or a friend of a
member, relief is in sight!
Yes, you can enjoy five cool
days in the mountains the
last week in September. Take
in the National Craft Festi-
val, Dollywood, the Smokey
Mountain Jubilee aAd the
beautiful fall colors.
You are invited to meet
with your friends at the Port
St. Joe Library this Saturday
at 10:00 a.m. EDT to learn all
the details. Come prepared to
reserve your space on this


['rip Planned
fall fun trip under the leader-
ship of Stiles and Zelda
Brown. Refreshments will be
served.


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PaPa, Grandma
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AT GROUNDBREAKING-Shown above at the
groundbreaking of a new child care facility at the
Guidance Clinic are Garry Overholt, contractor; Joy,


Edwin and Steven Ailes, Mary Gibson, chairman of the
Board of Directors, Erica Ailes, John Bozarth, architect
and Carolyn Young manager of Citizens Federal.


Downtown (Continued from Page 1)


inviting .to passers-by. He also sug-
gested immediate attention being
given to Highway 98 and the rear
entrance to store buildings facing the
highway.


Gehrig said his firm would work
up a proposal and some preliminary
sketches for the merchants and get
back with them in two or three weeks
in an attempt to get the project


W wedding (Continued from Page 4)


dressed as a miniature groom.
Following the ceremony a reception
was given by the bride's parents in the
fellowship hall of the church. The
fellowship hall was beautifully decora-
ted by Dot and Della from Occasional
Cakes in Panama City.
Hostesses at the reception were Mrs.
Ben Pridgeon, Mrs. Greg Coln, Mrs.
John Jones, Mrs. Al Harrison, Mrs. Don
Lanier, Mrs. J.D. Saunders, and Mrs.
Thomas McDaniel.
The-bridels book wa.Sattended by'Mis s-
Sonjia Lanier. . _
The bride's table was covered in lilac
overlaid with a white lace cloth. The
bride's cake consisted of nine original
cakes of five levels. The bride designed
the cake which was attended by Miss
Lisa McDaniel.
The chocolate groom's cake was
served by Mrs. Stevie Peak and Mrs.
Edward Peak.
Attending the bride's punch was Miss
Paula Saunders. Mrs. Penny McLemore
attended the groom's punch.
Each table was accented by lavender
cloths overlaid by a floor length lace
skirting.
The wedding was directed by Mrs.
Jerry Gaskin.
The reception was directed by Mrs.
J.D. Saunders and Mr. Lagran Saund-
ers.


After a wedding trip to Nashville,
Tennessee the couple will be at home in
Wewahitchka.
Prenuptial Parties
A bridal shower was hosted by the
Highland View Church of God and
Tamer Phillips on June 10 in Port St.
Joe at the Florida Power Lounge.
A bridal shower was hosted by the
W.M.U. of Westside Baptist Church on
June 17 in the Fellowship Hall of
Westside Baptist Church in Wewahitch-
ka.
A lingerie shower along with a pool
party was.held on June 21 at the home of
Mrs. Jerry Gaskin. Hostesses were Mrs.
Jerry Gaskin, Miss Crystal Gaskin, Mrs.
Sue Dickens and Miss Suzanne Grant.
A bridal shower was given in honor of
the bride on June 23 at the home of Mrs.
D.L. Owens. Hostesses were Mrs. Ben
Pridgeon, Mrs. Al Harrison, Mrs. Penny
McLemore and Mrs: D.L. Owens.
A bridesmaid's luncheon was held on
July 10 at the home of Mrs. Nils
Millergren in Whispering Pines. It was
hosted by Mrs. Jimmy Harper and Mrs.
Nils Millergren.
A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Earl Peak, in the fellowship hall of the
church. The dinner was under the
direction of Mrs. Nils Millergren and
Mrs. Jimmy Harper.


underway. Gehrig asked that, in the
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committee to-work with the engineers
in coming up with a theme which
would be acceptable to everyone.

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Dear Friends,
For the past 16 years I have lived and worked here in
Gulf County. You are a friendly people who have made my
family and me welcome here among you. This is our home.
Through the years I have tried to return your
friendliness by serving you in a competent and respectful
way, both in my work and other activities which are a part
of my life.
Now I want to serve you as your County Judge. My
training and experience as a lawyer and assistant public
defender, my involvement in the life of this County, the
personal experiences I have known in my life, have
prepared me for this job. I have the ability, temperament
and desire to be a fair, impartial and courteous judge.
I intent to meet and talk with as many of you as possi-
ble in the coming weeks. I want to know your concerns and
desires for Gulf County and what you expect from your
County Judge. I want to take your ideas and my experience
and put them to work for you as your County Judge.
I want to hear your questions, ideas and suggestions. I
need your support.

VOTE FOR

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Pd. Pol Adv. County Judge


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- - * a M! - U a
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JUST ANUMBERI'
� Social security, employers identification,
credit card, telephone, license plate and even
* prescriptions. The list appears to be endless.
These days a name doesn't seem to mean
* anything. But, there is one exception we are
pleased to say and that is in our family
pharmacy.
We feel that if someone is going to rely upon
us for their vitally important prescription
medicines and health-aids then they deserve to
have us make the effort to know them by name.
We promise to try but if we forget, please help by
reminding us.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
* pharmacy products. We consider this trust a
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
family pharmacy?


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following times for students
interested in athletics at Port
St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School to
get a free physical. If stu-
dents do not attend the
designated times the physi-
call will be their own respon-
sibility.
Thursday, August 7 - 8:00
a.m. to 12:00 noon varsity
football; andl1:o0 p.m. 48Sle'
p.m. Jr. high football. Thurs-
day, August 14 - 8:00 a.tn. 'tO
9:00 a.m. high school and jr
high cheerleaders; 9:00 a.m.
to 10:00 a.m., girls basket-
ball; 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.,.
girls basketball; 10;00 a.m.
Sto 11:00 a.m., girls softball
and track; 12:00 noon to 1:00
p.m., boys basketball; 1;00
p.m. to 2:00 p.m., baseball;
2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.,
wrestling; and 3:00 p.m. to
4:00 p.m., track and golf.


STATE CHAMPIONS: These young men will represent asst. coach Rick Toole, Sneads.
Florida and the Big Bend area at the Dixie Pre-Majors Top row, left to right: Craig Alexander, Sneads; John
World Series this weekend in Okeechobee. They are: from McAllister, Chattahoochee; Mickey Gainnie, Port St. Joe;
left front row, Patrick Edge, Sneads; Sam Tyus, Marianna; Mike Baxley, Sneads; Robert Connelly, Blountstown; Ran-
Roger Bailey, Chattahoochee; Randy Danford, Sneads; dy Wilder, Port St. Joe and Greg Free, Bristol. -Star photo
Steve Charles, Marianna; Grant Grantham, Bristol; and


Big Bend on the Way to


Pre-Majors World Series
A dream most boys have Mike Baxley, all of Sneads; the state championship in both on and off the field, and
during their baseball Roger Bailey and John Brooksville two weeks ago the attitude he took toward
careers will become a reali- McAllister of Chat- with a 5-1 record in tourney each game we played. Our
ty this weekend for 13 young tahoochee; Steve Charles play, including the decisive entire attitude, both on and
men from the Big Bend area. and Sanm Tyus of Marianna; 3-2 championship game over off the field dictated the way
They will represent Florida Grant Grantham and Greg host team Hernando. we played."
in the Dixie Pre-Majors Free of Bristol and Robert Brett Kimbrell, coach of Kimbrell praised Big
World Series to begin Satur- Connelly of Blountstown. the team, cited the outstan- Bend's fans for the large
d1 Okeechobee. TheBig Bend team wo ding pitching performances following and supporthe
- .. . . The Big Bend team won ~,,,f following and support they


Tihe nBig Rend team is com-
prised of all star players 15
and 16 years old from six
towns in our area: Port St.
Joe, Blountstown, Bristol,
Sneads, Marianna and Chat-
tahoochee. Representing
Port St. Joe on the team are
Mickey Gainnie and Randy
Wilder. Other players are:
Randy Danford, Patrick
Edge, Craig Alexander, and


Tim Wilder on Big Bend

Dixie Majors All Stars


Port St. Joe High School


. VOTE FOR & ELECT


MICHAEL D. DORSEY
Clerk of the Circuit Court

Educated - Qualified - Experienced

Your. Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated
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senior, Tim Wilder, was a
member of the Big .Bend
Dixie Majors All Star base-
ball team which participated
in the state Dixie Youth
tournament at, Sebring for
17-18 year olds July 18-23.
The Big Bend team lost the
first game to host, Sebring
and chalked up wins over
Sumpter County and Winter
Haven before losing to Tri-
cout . .
Tim played center field
and pitched for the big bend
team and was named an
honorable mention all state
center fielder.


401 Williams Avenue Phone 229.6013


OBITUARIES
Walter Lennox
Dies Suddenly,
Walter L. Lennox, 64, of
Port St. Joe passed away
suddenly Tuesday morning.
He was born in Telogia and
was the son of Mr. and Mrs:
Robert Pearl Lennox. He was
a member of the New Bethel
AME Chruch where he'
served on the Steward Board,
Trustee Board and the Usher
Board No. 1. He had been an
employee of St. Joe Furni-
ture Co. since 1939.
He is survived by his wile,
Martha Lennox of Port St.
Joe; one son, Walter Lennox,
Jr. of Tampa; two step sons.
Isaac Nicholson Reed and
Kylar Hamilton Reed of Port
St. Joe; two sisters,.Alma L.
Bryant of Port St. Joe and
Clydell Lennox of Ft. Pierce;
two brothers, Buster Lennox
of Valdosta, Ga. and J.D.
Lennox of New York; one
brother in law, George Bry-
ant of Port St. Joe; numerous
grandchildren, nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services are in-
complete and will be an-
nounced at a later date.
All services are under the
direction of Comforter Fune-
ral Home.


Rites Held for
y Ed Highsnmith
Ed Highsmith, 90, of We-
wahitchka passed away last
Friday at his home. He was a
resident of the Wewahitchka
4 area for the past 60 years and
was a laborer.
He is survived by two sons,
Elgin Highsmith of Vallejo,
California, and James High-
smith of Long Beach, Calif-
ornia; two brothers, Jim
Highsmith and General High-
smith both of Wewahitchka;
four grandchildren and 10
great grandchildren.
Graveside funeral services
were held Tuesday at Cy-
press Creek Cemetery. Inter-
ment followed. Rev. Richard
Bloodworth officiated.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Fune-
ral Home - Wewahitchka
Branch Chapel.


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led the entire tournament
with a .571 batting average,
going eight for 14.
"As a team we hit .240, but
we hit the ball hard, which I
think created the other
team's mistakes,' Kimbrell
said. He went on to say, "I
think the key to our entire
team was Randy Wilder, our
catcher, for his leadership


exhibited for the local team.
The Big Bend will face
Louisiana Saturday at 2:00
p.m. in the 12-team tourna-
ment in Okeechobee. Other
states represented will be
Arkansas, Texas, Mississi-
ppi, Alabama, Georgia,
South Carolina, North Caro-
lina, Virginia, Tennessee
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1986 PAGE SEVEN


Wiia .. Private Industry Coun ci
Mobile Office Sets Visit


Florida Panhandle Private
Industry Council mobile of-
fice will be in Port St. Joe on
a regular schedule each
Tuesday morning from 9:00
a.m. until 11:30 a.m.
The Private Industry ('Coun-
cil and JTPA offer on-the-job
training, classroom training.
job placement service, re-
sume preparation assist-
ance. courses to help find,
obtain and keep a job, also
employment related testing
and counseling. All these
services are offered at no
cost.
For the employer the of-
ferings are a way to cut
costs.. increase profits and


increase efficiency in meet-
ing. training and hiring
needs.
The Council recruits.
screens and refers applicants
based on the employer's
specifications. Employers
may be reimbursed for up to
83 percent of an employee's
wages while the employee is
in on-the-job training to learn
the skills to become fully
productive. They can design
a training program based on
an employer's work force
requirements.
The mobile office is located
next to the Post Office each
Tuesday morning.


Truck Traffic Tackled by FHP ,


iRe-evaluating Enforcement Techniques


Colonel Bobby t. Burkett,
'lorida Highway Patrol Di-
rector, announced recently
* the Patrol is currently re-
:evaluating (he techniques
used in its truck enforcement
program. Recently, a nation-


wide survey of state law
enforcement agencies, in co-
operation with the Florida
Trucking Associatlion, was
conducted to determine the
,effectiveness of techni(lues


used by the Patrol.
The truck enforcement
program began in Florida in
Iw-l, after the Patrol re-
(vived numerous complaints
from Florida motorists con-
cerning truck violations.


Informed Community Has

Effect On Fire Safety Results


State Fire Marshal Bill
Gunter recently released
1985 Florida fire statistics,
citing the need 'to escalate
fire safety education and fire
hwaren'ess programs.
"The increased number of
fire deaths and mounting
property losses illustrates
the need to step up fire safety
education efforts in the pub-

- Card of Thanks
-The family of Bernard A.
Pridgeon, Sr. would like to
thank all the people for their
prayerss, expressions of sym-
pathy, visits, food and flow-
ers during their time of
bereavement.
A special thanks to the Gulf
County Ambulance staff and
Giilf'Pines-Hospital staff.


lic schools and among Flor-
ida residents," Gunter said.
"A well-informed communi-
ty is clearly the most effect-
ive approach to making
Florida safe from fire."
In 1985, fires claimed the
lives of 213 Floridians includ-
ing one firefighter - an 11.2
percent increase in fire
deaths over 1984.
Almost half of all fatalities
were children 14 and younger
and senior citizens ages 65
and older. Civilians injured
totaled 897, while 584 fire
fighters suffered injuries.
Fire-related property los-
ses amounted to $116,534,197,
or an average of $2,740 per
fire. Florida recorded-a total.
of 330,567 fires and fire-relat-
ed, incidents. . .'
Last year, Florida fire


departments answered more
than 288,000 calls including
157,770 rescue, 27,210 false
alarm and 18,695 calls from
other fire departments re-
questing help.
The Florida Fire Incident
Reporting System (FFIRS),
the central collection agency
for - Florida fire statistics,
distributes information that
is used to develop public
education programs, facili-
tate fire prevention efforts
and minimize the impact of
fires on the citizens of
Florida. The date reported to
FFIRS is based on informa-
tion provided by 310 fire
departments, which protect
70 percent of the population
of Florida. FFIRS is opera-
ted by the Office of State Fire
Marshal.


Burkqlt stated, "Making
troopers aware of the pro-
blem and by utilizing the
Patrol's aircraft and un-
marked patrol vehicles, we
began sending a message to
the problem truck driver that
their driving behavior would
no longer be tolerated.'"
During the past year and a
half, the Patrol has made
11.5310 arrests for various
truck violations and issued
1.510 notices for faulty equip-
ment.
Burkett also stated. "The
problems we are confronted
with in the trucking industry
in Florida appear to be
similar nationwide."
According to the survey, 83


percent of the state acknow-
ledged there is a problem
with the trucking industry
regarding safety issues. Fif-
ty-nine percent of the states
surveyed agreed Federal de-
regulation of the industry has
contributed to the problem.
Many of the states are also
looking for a solution to this
problem and have requested
a copy of the completed
survey compiled by the Flor-
ida Highway Patrol.
"It appears the vast major-
ity of the states are using the
same techniques employed
by the Florida Highway
Patrol. The results of the
survey re-enforce my com-
mitment to the program."
concluded Burkett.


VA Opens
New Center
Howard M. Ruppen. Direc-
tor of the VA Medical Center,
Lake City, announced recent-
ly, that the new Outpatient
clinic will be open on August
1. 1986. The new clinic is
located on the north side of
the Medical Center grounds
facing Baya Avenue.
Ruppen said: "In opening
this 45,000 square foot Outpa-
tient Clinic, the Veterans
Administration is - insuring
that the growing needs of
North Florida's and South
Georgia's veteran population
are being met."


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Monday, August 4

S6:30 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.


(Pd. Pol. Adv.)


"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
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- ELECT-


Nathan


Peters, Jr.

(Jr. Boy)

County Commissioner,

District IV

"Working for People"

My priorities in representing District IV will include:
* Personalized service to my constituents
* Effective leadership
* Hard work to ma.<,ulf County the best county in
the state of FloridA
* Experience
* The love of community
" Dedicated
* Dependable

"Give to every other human being, every right that you claim for
yourself. God is our Father, Christ is our Redeemer, and man is our
brother."

"YOUR VOTE and SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED"
Pd. Pol. Adv.


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

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


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PAGE EIGHT


IN THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY
Case No. 86-38
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: The Estate of
GEORGE G. TAPPER,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the Estate of
GEORGE G. TAPPER, deceased,
Case No. 86-38 is pending in the Circuit
Court for Gulf County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of which is
Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe,
Florida, 32456. The name and address
of the Personal Representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the Estate are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE (3) MON-
THS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE to file with the Clerk of the
above Court a written statement of
any demand or claim they may have.
Each claim must be in writing and
must indicate the basis for the claim,
the name and address of the creditor
or his Agent or Attorney and the
amount claimed. If the claim is not yet
due, the date when it will become due
shall be stated. If the claim is con-
tingent or unliquidated, the nature of
the uncertainty shall be stated. If the
claim is secured, the security shall be
described. The Claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to the
- - Clerk to enable the Clerk to mail one
copy to each Personal Representative.
All persons interested in the Estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS FROM THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file any objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifications of


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1986


- Public Notices -


the personal representative
venue or jurisdiction of the Co
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS A
SECTIONS NOT SO FILED W
FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication
Notice of Administration is J
1986
/s/ AMELIA G. TAPPER,
Personal Representative
Is/ DAVID C. GASKIN
Attorney for Personal Represe
P. 0. Box 185
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465
904/639-2266


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUl
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, I
FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage of
WILLIAM JACOB HERRING,
Husband, Petitioner,
And
JEANETTE ANN HERRING,
Wife, Respondent.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Jeanette Ann Herring
1235 Radom Street #17
Pickering, Ontario
Canada L1WIJ3
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFY
Petition for Dissolution of M
has been filed against yousand
required to serve a copy o
Answer or other response to t]
tion on Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE,
P. 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 3245
and file the original thereof in
cult Court Clerk's Office, Gulf
Courthouse, Port St. Joe,
32456, on or before the 7th
August, 1986. If you fail to d
Final Judgment for the relief
may be granted by default.
DATED this the 7th day o
1986.'
JERRY T. GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy C


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HC 84, Box 58A
Mora. Louisiana 71455
4t 7/17 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI)
Petition for Dissolution of M
has been filed against you and
FOUR- required to serve a copy o
lIT OF Answer or other response to t]
IN AND tion on Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ES
P. O. Box 248
JR., Port St. Joe, Florida 324:
and file the original thereof in
cult Court Clerk's Office, Gulf
Courthouse, Port St. Joe,
32456, or: or before the 21st
August, 1986. If you fail to d
Final Judgment for the relief
may be granted by Default.
DATED this the 21st day <
1986..
FIED a
marriage JERRY T. GATES,
you are Clerk of Circuit Court
of your By:/ s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy C
he Peti-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU
56 THE STATE OF FLORIDA, I
the Cir- FOR GULF COUNTY
County IN RE: The Marriage of.
Florida JAMES D. GLASS,
day of Husband, Petitioner,
.o so, a And
sought SARAH W. GLASS,
Wife, Respondent.
of July, NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Sarah W. Glass
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTII
Clerk Petition for Dissolution of Ma
4t7/10 has been filed against you and
required.to serve a copy c
Answer or other response to tl
tion on Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ES
. P.O 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 3245
and file the original thereof in I
cuit'Court Clerk's Office, Gulf
y/ Courthouse, Port St. Joe, F
& 32456, 6n or before the 21st
August, 1986. If you fail to do
Final Judgment for the relief
may bp granted by Default.
DATED this the 21st day c
1986'
JERRY T. GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy C


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOI
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE Dr
File Numb
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SARA MORGAN BROGDON,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA]
The administration of the e:
SARAH. MORGAN ,BRO(
deceased, File Number 86-33, I
ing in the Circuit Court for Gul
ty, Florida, Probate Division,
dress of which is 1000 Fifth Stre
St. Joe, FL 32456. The names
dresses 'f the personal repress
and.the perso;presentati'
_ torn ag�se rth below.
, to nteres persons are r
to file with this court, W
THREE MONTHS OF THE
PUBLICATION OF THIS N(
(1) all claims against the estate
any objection by an interested
on whom this notice was serve
challenges the validity of the v
qualifications of the personal
sentAive, venue, or jurisdiction
court. --
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
NOT SO FILED WILLBE FOR
BARRED.
Publication of this Notice ha
on July 24,1986.
Personal Representative:
/s/ BOYD BROGDON
Rt. 3, Box 126
Wewahitchka, FL 32465
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Cheryl K. Laing
Hilton, Hilton, Kolk & Laing
121 West 23rd Street
I e Panama City, FL 32405
Telephone: (904) 785-0535
119
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O0
- FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CI
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
COUNTY.
S.Case Nc
GENERAL JURISDI
DI
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK,
Plaintiff,
v' V
KENDALL A. NORRIS,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE
suant to an Order or Final Jut
of Foreclosure dated July 11
entered in Civil Case No. 85-261
Circuit Court of the Four
Judicial Circuit in and for Gulf (
Flori'ia, wherein FLORIDA
TIONAL BANK, plaintiffs
KENDALL A. NORRIS, are
dant(s), I will sell to the high
best bidder for cash, in the lobby
Gulf County Courthouse in P
Joe, at 11:00 o'clock to 2:00 o'cl
the 8th day of August, 1986, the
ing described property as set f
said Final Judgment, to-wit:
Lots 7, 8, and 9 of Block "1
M Unit #3, Red Bull Island,
County, Florida, commence
SE corner of U.S. Government
Hil No. 2 in Fractional Section 30,


CARDS

OF THANKS
The family of the late Elton
Lee King, Jr. (Junior King)
wishes to express our thanks
to all the friends. neighbors
and relatives for the food.
flowers .and emotional sup-
port in our time of need.
A special thanks to the
pastors, pallbearers and Mr.
Gilmore for the special car-
ing way he arranged things.
God bless each and every one
of you.
The King family

* * * *. *
I would like to thank all my
good friends and neighbors
for the prayers. gifts,, flow-
ers, cards and helping hands
during my stay in the hospi-
tal.
Good friends mean so
much. Thank you again.
Archie Weimorts


CALL 227-1278
TO PLACE YOUR
CLASSIFIED AD!

R9W in Gulf County, Florida;
thence run North 145.4 feet along
the lot line;, thence run N 89
degrees 05'W, 1,162.01 feet along
the South right of way line of Red
Bull Island Drive; thence run N 26
degrees 28'W 508.79 feet along the
SW right of way line of River
Road; thence run S 63 degrees
;2'W 135.0 feet along the NW right
of way line of a graded street;
thence run N 26 degrees 2'W
123.47 feet to the point of beginn-
ing; thence run N 85 degrees 05'W
370.00 feet; thence run S 89
degrees 05'E 280.0 feet along the
South right of way line of a graded
street; thence run S 63 degrees
32'E 14.08 feet along the Southeast
right'of way line of said graded
street; thence run S 26 degrees
2E 146.53 feet to the. Point of
Beginning.
DATED at Port St. Joe, Florida,
this 18th day of July, 1986.
Jerry Gates,
CLERK of the CIRCUIT COURT
Gulf County, Florida .1
By: /s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
217/24

BID NUMBER S-A
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids for the following:
CONSTRUCTION OF GARAGE
BUILDING AT WATER TREAT-
MENT PLANT
, Specifications may be obtained from
the City Clerk's Office, P. 0. Box TIS,
Port St. Joe, Florida 3245, or the
Municipal Building, 305 Fifth Street.
Bid opening dill be held August 19,
1986, at 8:00 P.M., E.D.T., in the
Municipal Building at the regular
meeting of the City Commission.
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
Is/L A. Farris,
CityAc itorC.lerk . 2t 7/2.,,

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Section 665.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida, tour 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
SP. 0. Box 970
Wewahitchka. FL 32465
4tc 7/10


FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pu
to Section 865.09, Florida Statute
undersigned person intends to re
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks
the first publication of this notice
2t 7/24 fictitious name or trade name
which he will be engaged in bu
IF THE and in which said business is to t
RCUIT tried on, to-wit:
GULF L&L TIRE
P. 0. Box 676
. 85-261 Highway 98
CTION Highland View, Florida 3241
VISION Owned 100% by Lloyd R. Ethel

BID NUMBER 312
The City of Port St. Joe, Florii
quests bids for one (1) Dump
Specifications may be obtained
N pur- the City Clerk's Office, P. 0. Bo
dgment Port St. Joe, Florida. Bid opening
, 1986, be held August 19, 1986, at the ri
1 of the City Commission meeting.
rteenth THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
County, /s/ L. A. Farris, City Auditor-Cl
A NA- .
), and
defen-
est and BID NUMBER 311
y of the The City of Port St. Joe, Florii
ort St. quests bids for one (1) Wate
ock, on Sewer Truck. Specifications m
follow- obtained from the City Clerk's (
north in P. 0. Box 278, Port St. Joe, Fl
Bid opening will be held Augu
V" of 1986, at the regular City Comm
Gulf meeting..
it the THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
it Lot /s/ L. A. Farris, City Auditor-Cl
T4S.


Attention Ladies! -
Have fun, earn money
demonstrating toys & gifts.
Free kit, no collecting. No
delivery. Call now 648-8587.
6tc 7/10
Custodian/maintenance
-full time, condominium
development at Cape San
Bias. Need responsible,


dependable individual., are
of lawns, plants, pool, irriga-
rsuant tion system, * general
es, the maintenance of residences.
sister
Court, Send resume to Star Route 1,
After Box 220, Port St. Joe, FL
e, the 32456.
under
siness Experienced secretary for
ecar growing engineering firm in

Apalachicola, FL. Must be
well organized and able to
56 work with minimum super-
ridge vision. Computer experience
4t7/17 helpful. Baskerville - Dono-
van Engineers, Inc. Phone
da, re- (904) 653-2183.
Truck.
From uDbstitute School Bus Driver
x 278, The Gulf County School
g will Board is accepting applica-
egular tions for substitute school
bus drivers. Interested per-
erk sons must complete a writ-
ten application or ask that
their current application be,
added to the active file. Con-
r and tact Chris Earley, Coor-
ay be dinator of Operations at
Office, (904) 227-1204. Application
orida.
st 19, forms may be picked up at
missionn the School Board Office in
the Gulf County Courthouse
erk or at the Bus Maintenance
2t7/31 Facility located behind Port
St. Joe High School.
. The Gulf County School
Board is an equal opportuni-
ty employer. 2t 7/24
School Bus Driver
(Temporary)
The Gulf County School
Board is accepting applica-
tions for a school bus driver.
A job description is available
at the Bus Maintenance
Facility located behind Port
St. Joe. High School. In-
19 terested persons must com-
plete a written application or
ask that their current ap-
plication be added to the ac-
tive file. Contact Chris
Earley, Coordinator of
Operations at (904) 227-1204.
Application forms may be
picked up at the School
Board Office in the Gulf
County Courthouse. Applica-
tion deadline is 12:00 noon,
E.D.T. on July 31, 1986.
The Gulf County School
Board is an equal opportuni-
ty employer. 2t 7/24


Memorial to Honor Veterans

" A fund-raisiig effort has, A draw ingof the proposed , support -of- all the' good
been launched by Jim monument is shown 'above citizens�f the county'gS that
Sealey, Gulf County's with an eagle resting atop a this endeavor can be possi-
Veterans Service Officer to pedestal. Local governmen- ble." Anyone wishing to
raise money to erect a monu- tal bodies of the county have make a donation should
ment to honor Gulf County's endorsed the plan, and make it to The Gulf County
veterans of the armed ser- Sealey is proceeding with Veterans Monument Fund at
vices who have served their securing donations. the Wewahitchka State
country. Sealey said, "I need the Bank.


Ellen F. All
Bonnie Colli
Joy Holder
Vickie Stoki
Preston Win
N. F. Allemo


Finish building
roadfront U.S. 9
in back and 2 s
with 110' of b
$198,000. Will a

Gulf AIre Dr. Lo
view of the Gul
Gulf AIre: Bucc
213 Gulf Aire D
stucco, screen
of the line. $13'
Sea Pines: 3 bd
fence & hot tub
Periwinkle Dr.: 5
room to live in.
sprinkler system
bdrm Downsta
$128.000
Periwinkle Dr.: 3
d w . cathedral


Corner 10th Street and U.S. Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach, Florida 32410
(904) 648-5146
See One of Our Friendly, Well-Qualified Salespeople
lemore, Broker - 648-8939 Bobbie Miller, Salesperson - 648-8398
ns, Salesperson - 653-8129 Nancy Mock, Salesperson
r, Salesperson - 648-8493 Cape Specialist 227-1322
es, Salesperson - 648-8825 Flo Melton, Salesperson - 229-8076
gate, Salesman - 648-8565 Charline Hargraves, Salesperson
>re, Jr., Salesman-648-8939 -648-8921

ST. JOSEPH SHORES
your home where started on 200' OAK GROVE
8 by 110' deep with 75'x140' extra lot 311 Iola St.: 2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer, new wallpaper.cen.
septic tanks. Preserve your gulf view h&a. 2 lots fenced. $19,500.
eachfront across the road All for P.
also sell separately PORT ST. JOE
New Listing: 1904 Juniper Ave. Nice large 4
GULF'AIRE bedroom, 2 bath brick home, big den, great
ot 3. Block 4, 65x180. unobstructed possibilities. $74,500.
f. $54,900. New Listing: 1902 Garrison, 2 bedroom,. 1 bath. good
aneer Dr., Lot 6, Block G. $22,500 starter home, $45.700.
)r.: Beautiful 3 bdrm., 3 ba . cedar & BEACON HILL
porch, decks, fireplace, furniture top
4,900. New Listing: 2nd Street - 3 blocks from beach, 2
-,_ .- h a -.-, . . . . . .. . . . ....-. . . b d rm . 1 b a . 4 lo t s . $ 4 6 ,0 0 0


drm., 3 ba., fireplace, sauna, privacy
Must see to appreciate $125,000,
5bdrm.. 3 ba , 2.800 plus sq ft Lots of
Screen porch, balcony with gulf view.
m, Top floor separate LR, bath and
atrs. 4 bdrms., 2 ba, family rm.

3 t2a lights. microwave.
IQV ft9jD to S75,000.


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 or house & extra lot. $46,000
ST. JOE BEACH
New Listing: 3 lots Pineda St. Ist block. $55.900
New Listing: U.S. 98 Beachvlew, 2 story duplex
$69,900
Balboa St.: Speakers, music system in lovely, corn
portable 24'x60' double wide 3 bdrm . 2 ba modular
'ome. screened 12x32 front porch, f p . c/ha Watch
the birds feed from glassed 12x22 Fla rm as no
paint brush needed' 150x150'. 1'2 blocks from
beach Was $65.000, Reduced to $62 500
Georgia Ave.: 150' on Georgia by 90' deep vacant lot
$16000
Coronado St. . Nice 2 bdrm,, I ba mobile home
clha 75'x150 lot. 2', blocks from beach $28.750
Balboa St.: Greal investment 2 nice 2 bdfm . 1 ba
houses rc/ha on 50 sxI ' lots land 1 vacant lot for
$104.000 Will sell sep . $47,000 ea-h house and
$10,000 for lot IIa blocks from beach
Between Coronado & Balboa Streets: 50' lot on Hwy
98 $4500 ooo
New Listing, ,ulf IInom a bi home,


New Listing: 3rd Ave. - 3 bdrm . 2 ba trailer, decks,
$28,500.
3rd Ave.: Nice 14x60' Scol 1984 mobile home. 2
bdrm. 1 ba custom built masonite siding, 8hinglp
roof, other extras $35,000.
Between 3rd & 4th St.: I or 2 bdrm., 1 ba. GREAT
VIEW $39.500
Two 2 bdrm. t ba. apartments, 2 story bldg., $39.500
or both buildings for $69,500

MEXICO BEACH
New Listing on 1st St.: Unique arrangement. 2 kit-
chens. 3 bdrm . 2 ba, Ig. lot $59.500.
36th St. Beachside home, 2 bdrm., 1 ba., screened
porch, cen h&a, nicely turn. Ready for living or
rental Good investment. $60,000.
Louisiana St Lot .lts4 ink & power. $16,000
New Listing: Nice high lot at Grand Isle. $7,500. .
Between Sth & 6th St. on U.S. 98: 2 bdrm., 2'/ ba.,
unobstructed Gulf view, owner financing, $77.500
Trailer lot, no utilities. $14,000.
Hwy. 386A: 87.5' highway frontage by 194' deep
commercial $29.900
87 5'x126' trailer lot - $7,200.
313 Halley 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'xl20' lot behind old school house, $9,000.
Check with us. We have year round rehn-
tals.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1986


RiAr ETFTE
FOR SALE I


One acre highway front-
age property at Overstreet.
For sale byowner. Call
229-6161 after 5 p.m.
4tc7/31
- For Sale: DupleX across
dedicated beach. 2 bdrm.
each. Large deck, gulf view.
".Sacrifice. $69,900. St. Joe
Beach. Call 648-5889 or
648-8132. 2t7/24
For Sale by Owner: 2
bedroom, 1 bath block home,
.iice neighborhood in Port St.
Joe. 229-8174 after 5 p.m.
Chipola River front at
Land's Landing. 3 BR, 2�
S.a., brick, 2,290 sq. ft., boat
dock, more. $14,000 below
appraisal. $81,000 Wew'a
639-5908. 5tp7/17
Blue Haven Condos in Gulf
Aire, 2 ba., fully loaded kit-
chen, ice maker, etc., W/D,
ceiling fan, deck, priv. den,
etc. One furnished $44,900.
One unfurnished, $42,900, or
best offer on either. Call
Call resident salesperson for
appt., 648-8620, or call'
1-674-4455. tfc 7/3
Large lot (100'x160') in
White City. Call 229-6909 or
227-1576. 3tp 7/17
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
Home for Sale: 3 bdrm..
with fireplace, approx. 2
acres with fish pond, where
the deer come to water,
located between Port St. Joe
iand White City. Assum. 1st
m fiortgage at 9%%. For infor-
n_ _nation call 227-1551.


21/ acre lot loc
beautiful 1,200 acre
mountain reosrt near
burg, Tennessee. In
in trade for beach
Contact Cecil
648-5112.
Land and trailer f
$19,950 at 12%
finance. Call 648-89
6:00p.m.
CORNER LOT
2 adjacent, n.e.
Palm Blvd. & 18th S
110'. Call David Fre
ween 7:30 and 11:(
1-601-939-8371.


New In-Town Lis
3 bedroom, 12 ba
home, 1911 Cypress
eludes fenced yd.,
w-w carpet and dra
fordable at $41,900.
call
229-6916
for appointme
CAPE SAN BLAS R


'ated in FOR RENT: COTTAGE
private year round, 1 bedroom,
r Gatlin- breezeway, , block from
iterested Gulf; no pets; no children.
propty. $175 mo. plus $150 deposit.
Lyons, 648-8985. 2tp7/31
8tc 6/19 For Rent: 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
for sale. 14'x52' trailer. Located 2'/2
owner blocks from beach on
52 after Pineda, St. Joe Beach. Call
4tp 7/10 648-5361. NO PETS. 2tp 7/31
rs For Rent: 3 bdrm. house, 2
corner ba., den, Ig. living room, kit-
It. 261' x chen & dining area, with win-
nch bet- dowed in porches. 100' from
00 p.m., Gulf. $300 per month.
648-5190. tfc 7/31
8tp6/26
For Rent: 1 bdrm. unfur-
ting: nished duplex apartment at
t. block 1506 Long Ave. Call 229-6688.
Ave. In- Unfurnished 2 bdrm.
, ch&a, apartment, built-in porch,
Des. Af- $300. Furnished or unfurn. 1
Please bdrm., $245, 1st St., Mexico
Beach. Call 229-8549.


nt
REALTY


Wanted: Lot of land to put
mobile home on. No more
than 2 blocks from beach.
Call 1-912-435-7203 or 1-912-
846-4321 after 9:00 p.m. or
write E. Ivey, P. 0. Box 71,
Smithville, GA 31787.
2tc7/31
Wanted: Would like to buy
or lease up to 5 acres of land.
Call 648-8562. 2tp7/24

HEi.LPA-W-- ANTED


Very desirable property
' for homesite or beach cot- R.N.'s. Now-taking appli-
,tage npproximately 2 cations. Apply in person at
Koo o b, each on4Gulf Pines Hospital. Corn-.,
* . Oerstreef Road. $14,000. Jipetitive salary. E.O.E.
: ' .229-8688. tfc 5/8 tfc 7/31



HANNON REALTY, Inc.

221 Reid Ave. * Port St. Joe, FL
(904) 227-1450
FRANK HANNON, Broker
SALES ASSOCIATES
Margaret Hale - 648-5659 o Roy Smith
Broker-Salesman
Frances Chason - 229-8747
Sandra Clenney - 229-6310

HOMES
BUY OF THE WEEK
VERSATILE FLOOR PLAN in this 4 bedroom, 2 bath home. Plenty of liv-
ing area in large living room, dining room & den with fireplace. Nice
yard, carport, outside storage in 2 buildings. Owner ready to sell, will
listen to offers. Original price $60,000.
White City: Spacious 3 bedroom, 2 new baths, new roof, carport. 1.6
acres. $38,000.
Ovierstreet: Off Hwy. 386, 40 acres, $60,000. Owner will finance.
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
bedroom, 1 bath with mother-in-law apartment in rear. Newly painted,
hew 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, I bath mobile home, carport,
workshop, excellent buy at only $28,500.
New Listing Oak Grove: Good rental property, 3 bedroom, I bath, den,
carport. Only $21,500.
New Listing Port St. Joe: Perfect starter home for young couple. 2
bedroom, I bath, central heat/air. Only $26,500.
St. Joe Beach: Gulf view from deck, � block to water. New kitchen, cen-
tral heat & air, fans, carpet. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, $53,000.
St. Joe Beach: 2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home, nice shaded lot, $31,500.
Mexico Beach: 2 bedroom, 1 bath screen porch, deck with gulf view, Hwy.
98. Price includes 1 bedroom guest house. $115,000.
North 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.
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, I bath, on 2 lots, fireplace, carport, real pine
paneling throughout. 1 mile from Gulf, close to school, church, and town.
Assumable mortgage. $37,200.
Port St. Joe New Listing: Immaculate 3 bedroom, 1 bath frame home
freshly painted covered patio, carport, 1g. storage building, good
neighborhood. $47,000.
Port St. Joe: Excellent family home. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, appliances,
carpet, blinds throughout, formal dining room, den, many other features.
$55,000.
St. Joe Beach: Extra large, 4 bedroom, 2 bath home. Brand new carpet,
new kitchen, only 2 blocks from beach. $42,000.
LOTS
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.
Indian Pass: 1 block from water, 75'x105' $9,500.
St. Joe Beach: Price reduced on lot. Corner Coronado & Americus, now
only $13,500.
Stonemlll Creek Area: 40 acres, cleared $40,000.
St. Joseph Shores: 80' Gulf Front, Hwy. 98 to water.
Wewahitchka: 80 acres east of town, $80,000. "
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.


tfc 7/17
Room for Rent: By day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. tfc 4/17
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: 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 Inn 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-
iness; 227-1100 days only.
tfc 7/3
For Rent: Mini-warehouse
storage. For more informa-
tion call 229-6332. tfc 7/3
Small trailer for rent at
Overstreet. 14'x40', 1 person
only. Call 648-5306.
tfc 7/24





FOUND At Mexico Beach,
a tame white. dove. Call
648-8727 after 5:30.
REWARD for return of
laundry taken Monday night
between the hours of 11 and 1
from the laundromat on the
corner of Third, St. & Wil-
liams Ave. Contact Debra
Gay, 229-8293.
MISSING
A small long-haired male
dog, white with brown and
black around face and on
lower back. Lost in the vic-
inity of Kirland's Boat Land-
ing in White City. If anyone
has any information on this
dog, please call Cindy
Branch at 229-6432 or
229-6534. A REWARD IS OF-
FERED. 2t 7/24




1975 Chevrolet station
wagon, good work car, $200.
648-5218.
83'., 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
Is It True You Can Buy
Jeeps for $44 through the
U.S. government? Get the
facts today! Call
1-312-742-1142, ext. 9939.
4t 7/17





RN's, part-time, at 120 bed
skilled nursing facility. Con-
tact Judith Howell, Director
of Nursing, Bay St. Joseph
Care Center, 229-8244, for in-
terview.
2tc 7/31
Sitter needed to come in
my home with children. Call
648-5173 after 6 p.m.


I FOR ENT*


Range, oven, all 4 surfaces
work. Janet C. Anderson,
229-6245.
Used washer and dryer for
sale, $100. 227-1128 day or
227-7212 evenings.
1973 Prowler travel trail-
er, 22' long, excel. cond. New
tandem tires, $2,900. Call
229-6367. 2tc 7/31
1983 7 h.p. self-propelled
mower with Briggs & Strat-
ton engine, good cond. $15C.
648-5238 after 6 p.m.
1984 14' Kennedy Crft, 25
h.p. Johnson, galvanized
trailer. 229-6939 from eight to
five; 648-8304 after 6 p.m. &
weekends. 2tc 7/31
AKC cocker spaniel pup-
py, white and tan, 674-8373 or
674-5874.
1978. Holiday Rambler
Park model, 35' with dual
tip-outs. Very nice, very
livable. Eastpoint, 670-8768.
Houseboat with generator,
stove & refrigerator. $6,995.
Call 653-9514. 3tc 7/31
Ethan Allen "Harvest"
dining room table, opens up
to 66" long x 44" wide. China
cabinet w/sliding glass
doors 36" x 5'6". Maple cof-
fee table. Call 648-8421.
2tc 7/31
1983 Suzuki trail bike in
good cond. $900. Call 227-7269
after 5:00.
FREE! FREE! FREE!
Six adorable kittens. Call
229-6323 after 5:00 p.m.
Used trailer for sale.
12'x60', 2 bdrm., 1% ba.
648-5237.
1979 Toyota SunRaiser
camper with stand. trans.,
a/c, stereo,' stove, refrig.,
..pgr:.. . Call'
Apalachicola, 6^ .
' 2tc7/24
Deposit being taken for
AKC registered miniature
toy poodles, 4 weeks old.
Ready to go in two weeks.
$150. 648-8846. 2tp7/24
Apple He computer and
accessories. Call 229-8409.
tfc7/17
AVON
to buy or sell. Call Mrs. L. Z.
Henderson, 227-1281.
tfc 1/23
Over cab camper, $200 or
make offer. Room size air
conditioner, $40. 648-8655.
Small bureau'$20; air con-
ditioner compressor for
mobile home, new. 19 cu. ft.
upright freezer, $270.
648-8223.
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
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 Apalachicola
Poloronis Construction,
653-8387 or 653-8167. Profes-
sional installation available.
4tc 7/10



STEEL ROOFING &
SIDING
American made
From $9.95 per sq.
Based on size, style & qty.


Mon. - Frl. 10-8
4tp 6/5


Garage Sale: 212 Sixth St.
(behind Hardy's). Friday &
Sat., August 1 & 2, 8 to 2. Lots
of girls' size clothes, sizes
4-12. Other miscellaneous
items.
Big Garag, Sale: Chil-
dren's clothing sizes 6 to 16.
Boys 24" bike. 19" b&w T.V.
Miscellaneous Army cloth-
ing, sizes 34 & 36. Saturday,
August 2, 8:00 till. 502 20th St.
227-1620.
Yard Sale: Saturday, Aug.
from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00
noon. Located at 213
Saunders Circle, Ward
Ridge (2nd circle on left).
Two families, children's
clothes, toys, household
items, etc.
Carport Sale: Hospital
beds, crank type with guide
rails, $25. 2 washing
machines, in working order,
$15 ea. Odds and ends.
Household items. 1704 Gar-
rison Ave., Sat., Aug. 2, at 8
a.m.
Porch Sale: 805 Long Ave.
Men's clothing, lots of misc.
items. Saturday, August 2. 8
till 4:30.
Yard Sale: 324 1st St.,
Highland View. Clothes,
children's like new girls 4 to
size 6, adults, young teens.
Odds and ends. Friday, 9 till
3. Saturday, 9 till 2.
Yard Sale: 527 7th Street,
Thursday, from 8;to 5.
MOVING SALE: 6 rooms
of furniture, piano ($750 or
best offer), bedroom suite,
tools. Hwy. 71 N, right side,
White City. August 1 and 2,
Friday and Saturday.
Yard Sale: Saturday,
August 2nd, from 8:00 a.m.
till 1:00 p.m. 667 2nd Avenue
Highland Vi W' bts of nice
summer .and winter baby
clothes, shoes, walker and
toys. Many misc. items. No
early sales.
YARD SALE, SEVERAL
FAMILIES. Sat., August 2,
8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 211
Allen Memorial Way. Can-
celled if rains. Furniture,
toys, children's clothes and
shoes, skates, linens, blan-
kets, spreads, light fixtures,
cassette player, lots of
items.
Yard Sale Saturday at 228
Sixth Street.




Freedom from despair of
loving an alcoholic.
AL-ANON
will meet Tuesday nights at
8:00 at St. James Episcopal
Church, 309 6th St. For infor-
mation call 227-1128.
2tp 7/31
Need Work. I will babysit
in your home, do housework
or stay with elderly. Call Liz
Thompson, 229-8915.
HOUSE PAINTING
Experienced and affordable.
Free Estimates
Roger Beasley
Call 229-8303
4tp 6-5
CLASSIC CATERING
9 yrs. experience
Reasonable Rates
Weddings, Office
Parties, All Occasions,
Call Panama City
763-0904
Shirley Raffield Jarzynka
13tc 7/3

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

USRY'S CONSTRUCTION
Roofing & Additions
General Repair - Electrical
St. Joe Beach
648-8846
5tp 7/3

THE SAND DOLLAR PIZZA
- and SANDWICH SHOP
This Week's Pizza Winner:
Andy Richards
MEETING & PARTY
ACCOMMODATIONS
AVAILABLE
229-8900


.nk it was something I ale



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


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 .i
* No Browning J


C CUSTOM
LEAN
648-8891
Out of Town Call Collect


SERVICESrI~urnhIT


REAL ESTATE
APPRAISING
Margelyn G. Woodham,
MRA
Hours: 9-5 Mon. - Fri.
648-8231 or 227-7260
Appraisals ordered by Tues-
day P.M. will be completed
by Monday next. Please
allow five working days for
your appraisal to be com-
pleted. Your business is
greatly appreciated.
Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M. E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M. E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
A-I ROOFING
Roof Repairs, Carpentry
Painting, Patios, etc.
Call Ed Mosley
227-1209
4te 7/10
Psychological services for
anyone with problems in
day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
Joe, 227-1145 (24 hours)

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


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


WELDING
648-5349
or 648-8574
tfc 6/5
We are interested in buy-
ing your LP record albums.
Call 648-8543. 4tp,,~31'
NEED HELP WITH FIL-
ING INSURANCE CLAIMS?
10 yrs. experience Medicare
& all types health insurance,
worker's compensation. Call
229-6161 after 5. 4tc 7/31
C&G
We do painting, carpentry
and outside house cleaning.
We also do roof work. At
reasonable price. Call
639-5020, Wewa
2tp 7/31


BOB'S SMALL
ENGINE REPAIR
Tillers, Chain Saws, Lawn
Mowers & Weed Eaters
Atlantic St., St. Joe Beach
648-5106
tfc 7/3


COSTIN INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance.
422 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 4/17


WILL DO CARPENTER
WORK of ALL TYPES
Remodeling, Roofing
Painting
Mobile Home Repairs
Also Minor Plumbing &
Electrical Repairs
22 years experience
648-8651
tfc 6/12


Sears Catalog'Sales

227-1151
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue tc 7


The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue
pl Port St. Joe, Florida VSO
'Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"







Southern Erectors, Inc.
EQUIPMENT RENTAL
BOOM CRANES AIR COMPRESSORS
BACKHOES WELDING EQUIPMENT
DUMP TRUCKS
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
tfc 616


I .. ,,,~.


GOLDIN IND., INC.
Gulfport, MS
601-896-6216
12tp 7/3


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


I


PAGE NINE









PAGE TEN THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. - THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1986



MINUTES. . ,

Gulf County Commission


The Board of County Com-
mission of Gulf County, Flor-
ida met July 8, 1986 in
regular session with the
following members present:
Chairman Billy Branch,
Commissioners A.B. Tray-
lor, Eldridge Money, and
Everett Owens, Jr. Others
present were: Attorney Wil-
liam J. Rish, Clerk's Office
Manager - Deputy Clerk
Maurell Cumbie, Mosquito
Control Director Sam
Graves, Jr., Building Inspec-
tor DeWayne Manuel and
Administrative Assistant -
Civil Defense Director Larry
Wells.
The meeting came to order
at 9:00 a.m.
Attorney Rish opened the
meeting with prayer and led
the pledge of allegiance to
the flag.
Upon motion by Comm.
Money, second by Comm.
Traylor and unanimous vote,
the Board approved the
minutes of June 10, and June
24, 1986.
Pursuant to advertisement
to receive bids to purchase
one personal computer sys-
tem for the Buildling Inspec-
tion Department, the follow-
ing bids were received. IBM,
$5,278.00. (No. 5226 Cable -
$52.00) The Board requested
Building Inspector Manuel
review the bids and make a
recommendation later in the
meeting.
Hal Summers, Northwest
Florida Water Management
District, presented a slide
film on the use of state
purchased flood plain on the
Apalachicola and Choctahat-
chee Rivers. Summers dis-
cussed the following in class-
ifying the land as a Type II
Management area.
District will manage; Con-
tinue hunting - establish
permit fee (portion to be
returned to county); Bee
keeping allowed; Campsites
possibly phased out and tent
camping allowed; No deci-
sion if Corps will be allowed
to continue to dump spoil
Environmental Impact?;
and Police the cutting of
green cypress.
The Board opposed the
District charging an expen-
sive hunting permit fee,
suggesting $5.00 for local
area (includes surrounding
counties) residents and
$20.00 for out of town resi-
ififith. 'i'e f6oird also op-
posed allowing the Corps to
establish new spoil sites on
the river .(Corps- should
transport it out by barge).
Summers discussed possibly
placing it in bar pits near
people's homes on river or at
new bridge on Apalachicola
River.
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote
the Board agreed to adver-
tise to receive bids to pur-
chase one desk top model
copy machine for the Mos-
quito Control Departmdnt, to
be received until 9:00 a.m.,
EDT, August 12, 1986.
Upon the Mosquito Control
Director and Chairman's re-
commendation, Comm.
Owens moved the Board pay
I-C Contractors balance with-
held on contract for grassing.
Comm. Money seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously.
Upon Building Inspector
Manuel's recommendation,
Comm. Money moved the
Board award the building
inspector computer bid to
IBM Corporation at $5,728.00,
plus $52.00 for cable. Comm.
Traylor seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
The Administrative Assit-
ant reported he received a
letter from Baskerville-Don-
ovan Engineers stating the
Soil Conservation Service
will do free soil investiga-
tions at the new St. Joe
landfill site.
Upon Chairman Branch's
recommendation, the Board
agreed to table approval of
the 1986-87 Child Support
Title IV-D Sheriff's Service
of Process Contract between
the County and the Depart-
ment of Health and Rehabili-
tative Services until the new
law is reviewed by Attorney
Rish.
Upon motion by Comm.
Traylor, second by Comm.
Money, and unanimous vote,
the Board approved payment
of the following invoices.
Baskerville-Donovan, En-
gineers, Pleasant Rest
Cemetery Road Bridge,
$410.00 and Class III Landfill
Permit Application,
$3,900.00.
Supervisor of Election's
Robinson requested the
Board's approval of the
following in order for her to
redraw precinct lines and file
them with the state. Move
four people from Precinct 9
to Precinct 10. The Board


advised the Supervisor to use
her own judgment in these
instances. The Attorney ad-
vised the voting precinct
boundaries could be changed
but not Commission districts
in order to comply with
federal order. Upon motion
by Comm. Traylor, second
by Comm. Money, and unan-


imous vote, the Board ap-
proved the Supervisor pre-
paring an advertisement to
change the boundary of Pre-
cinct 1 to Precinct 2. Mrs.
Robinson requested there be
a telephone in each voting
precinct station. Comm. Ow-
ens opposed this and the
Board agreed to try to find
available radios or pagers
for this use.
Comm. Money agreed to
contact City of Port St. Joe
Comm. Roberts concerning
moving the new Scout Hut
building to the old Scout Hut
location (Precinct 10). Chair-
man Branch agreed to dis-
cuss with City of Port St. Joe
Mayor Pate construction of
a handicap ramp on this
building.
Upon motion by Comm.
Owens, second by Comm.
Traylor, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved
that prior to the next meet-
ing, the Attorney will pre-
pare a resolution or ordin-
ance limiting the number of
absentee ballots a person
can obtain. The Supervisor
agreed to furnish a draft
copy (City of Port St. Joe has
such an ordinance) to the
Attorney.
Comm. Traylor agreed to
direct the Road Department
repair Voting Precinct 3A
Howard Creek building's
door. He reported he is
proceeding with construction
of this precinct's handicap-
ped ramp. Comm. Traylor
agreed' to request use of a
building across the street
from the present Honeyville
Precinct building (C utch-
field Building), as this 1tld-
ing may not be ava'i for
use.
The Supervisor announced
on Thursday, July 3, 1986,
Clerk of Circuit Court Jerry
Gates submitted a Iletter of
resignation, effective after
December 31, 1986. She re-
ported the letter has been
received in Tallahassee and
the office of Clerk of Court
will be placed on the 1986
ballot for a two year term.
Attorney Rish reported the
First District Court of Ap-
peals dismissed Clerk Gates'
appeal on the budget.
Mosquito Control Director
Graves reported the Old St.
Joe Landfill Site is closed.
The Board agreed for the
Attorney to proceed. with
negtti~tii tfdi- ah tiout of iutirt
settlement with the Depart-
ment of Environmental Re-
gulation in the court case
Department of Environmen-
tal Regulation vs. Gulf Coun-
ty, concerning closing the
site.
Comm. Traylor reported
the Howard Creek Fire De-
partment personnel have re-
quested moving the fire
station trailer (also used as a
voting precinct) further back
on the property and turn it
around for ,more parking
area.
Upon Chairman Branch's
recommendation, Comm.
Owens moved the Board
approve transfer of an old
ambulance, located at the
Mosquito Control Depart-
ment, to the Sheriff's Depart-
ment for use in Search and
Rescue operations. Comm.
Money seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously.
The Chairman scheduled a
budget workshop for July 21,
1986, at 7:00 p.m. to discuss
the 1986-87 fiscal year bud-
get.
The Chairman stated
Clerk's Office Manager Cum-
bie had inquired if the Clerk
would prepare insurance bid
specifications and he had
replied no. The Board re-
quested Administrative As-
sistant Wells to prepare the
newspaper advertisement to
receive bids for all county
insurance until August 26,
1986, at 7:00 p.m.
Chairman Branch reported-
citizens are complaining of
mosquito problems due to
water in and behind dykes on
the Intracoastal Waterway
near Overstreet Bridge (to
the right of the bridge when
traveling toward Wewahitch-
ka), which is the area the
Corps has been dredging.
The Chairman requested
Clerk's Office Manager Cum-
bie write the Corps request-
ing their help to alleviate this
problem.
Mosquito Control Director
Graves notified the Board in
writing he was adjusting
employee Larry Young's
pay scale to $6.00 per hour
when he is operating the
Compactor Transfer Station.
The Board agreed. ';*,
Chairman Branch re test-
ed the Sheriff's assistar ~din
requesting cooperatfion' of
landowners near the Whit-
field Bridge (formerly the
Pleasant Rest Bridge) to
notify the Sheriff of persons
parking on bridge, diving
from bridge, etc. until county


signs are received and in-
stalled. The Sheriff stated he
would have more deputies in
the area until warning signs
were installed.
Upon the Chairman's in-
quiry, the Attorney reported
South Gulf Ccunty Water -
Sewer System Feasibility


Study Committee Chairman
Robert Nedley was trying to
organize a meeting of the
committee to review the
feasibility study and make a
recommendation to the
Board.
Comm. Owens reques-ted
'Road Commissioner Traylor
instruct the Road Depart,
ment order a road sign titled
"Jones Homestead" to be
placed on U.S. 98, at entrance
road to Jones Homestead.
After discussion by Comm.
Money, the Board requested
Building Inspector Manuel
answer a letter from Huston
N. and Cecile 'C. Joyner
concerning violations of set-
back 'line requirements, etc.
The Chairman requested
the Clerk's Office Manager
ansWei James' A. Norwood's
letter with enclosed resume'
that the Board has previously
contracted with an engineer-
ing firm to perform planning
services for the Comprehen-
sive Plan.
The Chairman requested
the Administrative Assistant
answer a zoning question-
naire from the Department
of Natural Resources.
Comm. Money requested
Road Comm. Traylor in-
struct the Road Department
Superintendent remove ad-
vertisement signs that are on
Road C-30 (to Indian Pass)
right of way without permis-
sion and to also trim palm
trees along this road.
Upon presentation by Ad-
ministrative Assistant Wells,
Colmm'. Money moved the
Boardaapprove payment of
he following invoice. Comm.
,aylor seconded the motion
44 it passed unanimously.
Medicaid Billing - February-
June, 1986 - $9,356.76.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.
The Highland View Water
District Board met July 8,
1986 with the following mem-
bers present: Chairman Billy
Branch, Members A.B. Tray-
lor, Everett Owens, Jr., and
Eldridge Money. Others pre-
sent were: Attorney William
J. Rish, Clerk's Office Man-
ager - Deputy Clerk Maurell
Cqmbie, Administrative As-
sistant Larry Wells, and
Highland View Water System
Personnel A.O. Boyett.
The meejpg came to order
at 11:00" a.m,
The Chairman announced
the purpose of this meeting is
the second and final public
hearing to consider adoption
of the following rate increase
as proposed by A.O. Boyett.
2,000 gallons from $9.00 to
$10.00; 2,000 plus, from $2.00 -
m to $3.00 - m; Delinquent
fee, from $1.00 to $2.00; and
'Deposit from $25.00 to $35.00.
Following public comment,
upon motion by Comm. Mon-
ey, secondd by Comm. Owens,
and unanimous vote, the
Board approved this rate
incrdasb, effective August 1,
1986.
After further discussion,
the Chairman requested Mr.
Boyett meet with Gene Raf-
field, Raffield Fisheries, con-
cerning Raffield purchasing
a six inch water meter, with
the county to perform instal-
lation.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.

Itemize

Bills for

Medicare
Many people in the North-
west Florida area wait long-
er than necessary to receive
payment from Medicare me-
dical insurance because they
failed to submit itemized
bills, with their request for
payment form.
Medical insurance is the
part of Medicare that helps
pay for doctor bills, outpa-
tient hospital bills, and other,
items and services not cover-
ed by hospital insurance.
To receive payment under
medical insurance, a person
generally submits a request
for payment form. and the
doctor or supplier provides
an itemized bill to send with
the form.
The trouble is that often the
bill does not provide a
detailed description of the
services provided and, there-
forei.ka decision cannot be
made as to whether they are
,ered.
To prevent delay, the per-
son should be sure that each
bill shows: A description of
each service provided; The


date the service was provid-
ed: The place the service was
provided; The charge for
each service; The doctor or
supplier who provided each
service; and The person's
name and health insurance
claim number, exactly as
they appear on the Medicare
card.


It Takes Two for Dependency


Whenever Joan K.'s hus-
band had a hangover and she
called the office to explain
that he had "'tie l'u" again,
she felt guilty.
Everytime Sarah B.'s son
ran out of money and she
quietly gave him more with-
out her husband's know-
ledge, she felt afraid and
ashamed.
And when lawyer Don C.
used his connections at city
hall to "fix"his wife's DUI
citation, he was filled with
resentment and anger.
Different as their problems
may appear, Joan and Sarah
and Don are dealing with the
same dilemmas that fact at
least 10 million American
families. They are living with
an alcoholic. And like nearly
everyone who - lives with,
works with or loves and
alcoholic, they are doing the
best they know how. to be
helpful. But what Joan and
Sarah and Don don't know is
that their behavior actually
perpetuates the disease. In
the parlance of the alcohol-
ism treatment field, they are
called enablerss."
"For every alcoholic there
are four or five enablers,"
says Tom Fitzpatrick of
Crossroads. "These people
think tlrey are helping the
alcoholic. In actuality, they
are making things wo-' '
Fitzpatrick is Program Di-
rector of CROSSROADS-The
Recovery Center, an alcohol-
ism and chemical dependen-
cy treatment center in Pa-
nama City.
According to him, most
people who live with an
alcoholic, think that if they
remove the stress, eliminate
the problems, bail the alcoho-
lic out, that he or she will
somehow quit drinking. The
fact is, every time they stop
the alcoholic from experienc-
ing the consequences of his or
her drinking behavior, they
are lessening any chance of
recognition of the problem.
Further, as they become
enmeshed in the disease, the .
enablers begin to suffer
emotional and sometimes
physical consequences also.
What are some of the
enabling behaviors that co-
alcoholics take on? Accord- -
ing to Fitzpatrick, any be-
havior that ignores the real
problem is enabling. Among
the most common, he lists 12.
1. Taking away the crises.
Covering bad checks, bailing
someone out of jail, loaning
money, fixing wrecked cars.
2. Covering up. Calling the
office with excuses, or doing
the work for the person.
Telling lies to cancel social or
family engagements.
3. Becoming the "peace-
maker." Attempting to elim-
inate any stress within the
family. "Leave your father
alone, you know he has had a
rough day." Or "I know it's
not your turn to do the dishes,
but just don't fight with your
mother."
4. Taking over the family
finances and other responsi-
bilities. Making all the deci-
sions. Taking control.
5. Accepting alibis and
excuses in spite of their
better judgment.
6. Drinking with the alcoho-
lic. Attempting to show him-
her an example of drunken
behavior or. to control the
amount the alcoholic con-
sumes.
7. Nagging or consistently
making empty threats. This
behavior implies concern
with the problem, but actual-
ly negates any real action.
8. Avoiding talk about
drinking or drug use. Also,
avoiding talk about finances
or other topics ,that might
cause conflict.
9. Becoming as loving and
affectionate as possible or
just the opposite, withholding
love and affection.
10. Cutting back on social
life or family activities. Also,
giving up healthy outside
interests.
11. Turning to compulsive
behavior, i.e., pills, food,
religion.
12. Denying alcoholism is a
disease. Encouraging the al-
coholic to use willpower to
control or stop his'her drink-
ing.
It takes (wo for dependen-
cy to continue says Fitzpat-
rick, the alcoholic and the


chief enabler. But when the
enabling behavior is discon-
tinued, chances are the alco-
holic can begin to see the
extent of the problem and get
help.
Most treatment centers,
including Crossroads, pro-
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also works well.)
* Select firm, ripe tomatoes with
brilliant color for freezing. Check to be
sure that there are no bruises or splotches.
* Freezing tomatoes usually makes
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mixture. To make sauce or relish, remove
stem ends, quarter, peel and cook until
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Add a maximum of 2 to 3 pounds of food
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* Thaw frozen tomatoes gradually for
8 to 12 hours in the refrigerator to lessen
the opportunity for texture change. .
The following recipe for Sweet and Sour
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for preserving the tomato harvest. The
relish is simple to prepare and is a
snappy addition to meat, poultry or-fish
entrees.
Sweet And Sour Tomato Relish
2 cups chopped tomato
(about 2 large tomatoes)
1 cup chopped celery
1 cup chopped green pepper
1/2 cup chopped onion
1/4 cup cider vinegar
2 tablespoons currant jelly


1/4. teaspoon ground cloves
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 Ziploc freezer bag (Quart size)
Combine tomato, celery, green pepper,
onion, vinegar, currant jelly, cloves and
salt in a 2-quart glass measuring pitcher.
Cook uncovered in microwave oven 30
minutes at .HIGH, or until desired
thickness; stir every 5 minutes. Cool.
Pour into Ziploc" brand heavy, duty
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Store in freezer.
When ready to use, remove bag from
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cups.
NOTE:To cook conventionally, combine
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to boiling over high heat. Reduce heat
to simmer and cook uncovered about
1 hour, or until desired thickness; stir
occasionally. Proceed as directed in recipe.


PRESERVE FRESH TOMATO TASTE with Sweet and Sour Tomato
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in the microwave oven or on the range, then frozen in Ziploc freezer
bags.


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Eat Your Heart Out!


17.26 Pound Largemouth Is World's Record


What Billy O'Berry of
Seffner did on Sunday, July 6,
most lifelong fishermen only
dream of. He caught a 17.26
pound largemouth bass that
set a new world record for 16
pound test line.
O'Berry and his wife, Pat,
were fishing on a small Polk
County lake when the lunker
bass devoured his artificial
lure.
"We had no luck during the
early morning hours, the
time we usually do well,"
O'Berry said. "Then at about
7 a.m., after having just told
Pat to 'keep casting, We're
fishing where the big ones
are,' the fish hit."
"At first I thought a catfish
had grabbed my spinner bait
because it headed straight to
: the deep water," O'Berry
said. "The fish never jumped
so we didn't get a look until I
got it to the boat.
"Realizing I had a big fish
and not wanting to risk losing


Time
ByRoy Lee Carter
Extension Agent
1 You might not realize it by
looking at the thermometer,
but fall is not too far away.
:It's time to start thinking
About planting your back-
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-information may sound- fa-
Zmiliar to experienced gar-
deners, but a brief review


it at the last instant of the
fight, my wife managed to fit
it in the landing net," he
added.
When O'Berry finally got
the fish to a certified' set of
scales, the scale punched out
a card with the weight 17.26
pounds printed on it. Not sure
if the fish was a record,
O'Berry contacted the Flor-
ida Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission where he
learned that the record for 16
pound test line was 16.12
pounds. O'Berry was using 14
pound Stren line.
Because the International
Game Fish Assosiation
(IGFA) does not have a 14
pound line class, the fish has
to be recorded in the 16 pound
class.
Although 6'Berry's bass
has not yet been officially
recognized as the official
record by the IGFA, certifi-
cation is expected.
"As soon as the IGFA


receives all the documenta-
tion information, the certi-
fied scale weight, photo-
graphs and line sample, and
if all is in order, O'Berry will
be the new holder of the
IGFA's 16 pound line class
largemouth bass record,"
said Lt. Jim Farrior, public
information specialist with
the commission.
In addition to the weight of
the bass, it has some other
impressive statistics. The
total body length was 30
inches and it had a. girth of
'22.5 inches.
O'Berry used a Strike King
willow spin spinner bait with
a green and yellow skirt and
O'Berry's special technique
to fool the record bass.
"You can never, never tell,
the next cast may be the one.
Like I had just told my wife,
'keep.casting, keep casting,
there are big ones down
there,' " O'Berry said.
"Being in the right place at


the right time is important,
but without persistence, the


opportunity won't come
around too often."


Billy O'Berry displays his world record largemouth bass,
a 17.26 pound beauty.


to Start On Your Fall Garden


shouldn't hurt anyone. We
hope it will help those trying
vegetable gardening. It was
provided by Jim Stephens, of
the University of Florida's
Institute of Food and Agri-
cultural Sciences (IFAS).
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planning your garden is
where to put it. You want it
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backyard gardeners, most of
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Continental Singers In Concert at First Baptist
The Continental Singers ing their dynamic new pro- 6; 7:00 p.m. at First Baptist 10-piece orchestra, the Con- the world and make dipci- operations, The Continental of musical styles to convey take notic
and Orchestra, a worldwide gram "All Over The World - Church in Port St. Joe. tinentals' program is an ples." It contains songs by Singers will send out 18 tours their theme. This year's be moved
contemporary Christian mu- Let Them See Jesus" this energetic look at the corn- some of today's foremost to take this message to all 50 program will incorporate a For thi
sical group, will be perform- coming Wednesday, August Featuring 25 vocalists and mand of Christ to "go into all Christian composers and ar- states and approximately 32 contemporary approach with touring w
'-' rangers designed to chal- countries throughout the bright arrangements and tals as vo
lenge the audience and moti- world, strong lyrical content. Wag- talists, or
N vate them to take action in The Continentals are well goner promises that it will tions will
. R sharing their faith. Ken known for utilizing a variety "cause people to sit up and concert.


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Salvation by Faith

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their tapes, books, and devo-
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This synchrotism has noth-
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all good gifts. When you feel
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I would like to thank
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St. Paul concluded his
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could see that their writings
supported the testimony of
Christ. But now, in this age,
the Lord has made the
mystery clear to all, even to
the Gentile races.
The amazing correlation


between what the prophets'
said, and the life, death,
resurrection, and ascension
of Christ cannot be ignored.
God has put his mark on
human history so that all
may believe and obey.
It's is no accident or slip of
the tongue for Paul to put
faith and obedience together
in one phrase. He was well
aware that obedience was the
proof of faith. Without obed-,
ience, faith in only a misty
idea in a foggy mind. ith-"
ful obedience is the indeible
trademark of the Christian.
It is the believer's seal on
God's covenant agreement
with his people.
There are several very
persuasive sub-Christian re-
ligions which also teach that
God is one. In most of these,
all the world's gods are seen
as various revelations of that
one-God concept. Some reli-
gious philosophies even teach
that every individual is a
part of the ever expanding
God, thus everyone is a deity.
Since these groups often
quote biblical passages and
use a Christian vocabulary,


Waggoner, Executive Vice
President of Continental Mi-
nistries, explains that "All
Over The World" is a "musi-
cal 'Great Commission'. We
are expected by God to take
the gospel to the world and
reach people - one by one., It
can start right here with our
neighbors and extend out to
people in the most obscure
parts of the earth."
The concert reflects that
viewpoint as it encourages
Christians to open their
hearts to "a world in need of
the answers only Jesus
Christ can supply." Waggon-
er speaks adamantly, "If we
truly believe what we say we
believe, then we must tell
others about Him."
Now in their 19th year of


The Church of the Nazarene
Excitement is in the air. We are a small but growing church
with a big welcome.


SUNDAY SCHOOL.........................
MORNING WORSHIP ......................
EVENING WORSHIP ....................
WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICE ..........
Location: 2420 Long Avenue


Pastor
DARRELL DENNIS


Catch the STprit
- THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH


10:00 A.M.
11:00A.M.
7:00 P.M.
7:0Q P.M.


Youth Minister
DWIGHT DENNIS


Constitution and
Monument
Port St. Joe


FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ..................... 7:30 p.m.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ........ 6:00 P.M.
CHILDREN'S CHOIR (Wednesday) .......... 7:00 P.M.
CHANCEL CHOIR REHEARSAL(Wed.) ...... 7:30 P.M.
Rev. Ennis G. Sellers
Rev. Harry C. Johnson


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CARMELA FARULLA M.D. is a native of
Rochester, N.Y. trained in internal medicine and
ephrology (kidney diseases) at Bronx Lebanon
hospital Center, New York City. She is a member
f the American College of Physicians and
kmerican Medical Association and is certified in
advanced cardiac life support.






MIGUEL TREVINO M.D. is a native American
rained in internal medicine at Bronx Lebanon
hospital Center, New York City. He is a member
f the American College of Physicians and
Nmerican Medical Association. He is also certified
n advanced cardiac life support.


DR. CARMELA-FARULLA DR. MIGUEL TREVINO


* Internal Medicine
*Nephrology


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* Commercial

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INTERNAL MEDICINE
* Heart Diseases
* Digestive Diseases
* Kidney Diseases
* Lung Diseases
* Arthritis
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* Diabetes
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