<%BANNER%>
The star
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028419/02655
 Material Information
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: October 16, 1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
notis - ABZ6320
lccn - sn 95047323
System ID: UF00028419:02655

Full Text
S.9: .


USPS 518-880

FORTY-NINTH YEAR, NUMBER 7


THE STAR

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

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 16i 1986


Stephen Guise explains the need of a final approval of
an industrial revenue bond issue to the County Commission
Tuesday.



Bridge Builders


Moving Into


Overstreet Area

Officials of Fairchild-Floridcn .of Mo n~itell ., h.


A newly organized seafood processing
firm, which is a pairing of a Delaware
processing firm and Raffield Fisheries of
Port St. Joe; and the Gulf County
Commission both 'had their way in deciding
the manner in which industrial revenue
bonds will be approved at the meeting of the
Commission Tuesday:.
The new firm, named Raffield Southern
Fisheries, Inc., combines the harvesting
expertise of the Raffield fishing family and
the processing and preparation know-how of
the Delaware firm to make locally caught
seafood table ready, rather than ship it out
in bulk shipment, such as Raffield has been
doing for years. Under the new arrange-
ment, the value of the local seafood would
jump from about 30 cents per pound upward
to as much as $3.00 to $5.00 per pound.
Stephen Guice, representing a conglom-
eration of investors planning to bankroll the
new firm proposed to, the Commission
Tuesday, they give final approval of a
revenue bond issue they have already
agreed to approve, prior to holding a second
public hearing on ,the issue. The county's
normal procedure is to hold two, hearings
two weeks apart.
Guice andd some of the investors who
were present, explained the rush had
suddenly been generated in their plans by
Congress' passage of a new tax package.
"We know what the present tax rates will do
to our investment posture, but we don't
know what it will do after the first",
Guice explained. He pointed out most of the
major investors had agreed to the plan
under current tax rules and a change may
change their involvement.
Guice, his attorney and the county
attorney, William J. Rish pointed out it was
perfectly legal and within state guidelines to
act after only the one public hearing of this
past Tuesday morning. "The two hearing
requirement is your idea, not a requirement


~g offices intg the area this week, in preparation to
-s- beginnnmg construciton of a new high-rise-bridge-oefossing-
the Intracoastal Canal at Overstreet, according to
information received this week from Dave Fiero, public
relations director for the Chipley office of the Department G a
of Transportation.
Fiero said actual construction work should begin on
the new bridge on or about November I. The contractor has Rate Increase
been given 640 days in which to build the new high rise
bridge, whichh will alleviate a marine traffic bottleneck at It will probably cost you tion, since
the present bridge site and provide a dependable escape more to have your garbage not have all
avenue for the beaches area in times of hurricanes or other picked up by the first of the trucks to ope
major emergencies: year. Built in to the City's collectors to


The pverstreet bridge is the first of three high rise
structures to be built in Gulf County during this decade, all
crossing arms of the Intracoastal Canal system which goes
through the county and extends a branch south for six
miles to Port St. Joe.
Work'is expected, to begin within about a year and a
half on a new high rise at Highland View and within the
next year a third span is expected to be under construction
at White City.
'The Overstreet crossing on C-386, is the last floating
bridge in operation in Florida. Prior to being moved to
Overstreet, the bridge was in service at White City before
the F. Elgin Baylis Bridge was built in the 1940's. So, with
the building of a new crossing at Overstreet, a piece of
Florida history will fade into the past.
The new Overstreet bridge will be a two lane span and
include eight foot safety shoulders on the side of each
traffic lane.
Fiero said he was uncertain of the dimensions of the
bridge, since he did not have the plans at his disposal when
he was being quizzed about the construction starting date.
The Monticello contracting firm also built the new
county road bridge at Pleasant Rest Cemetery Road
which was completed earlier this year.


new budget was a modest
hike in garbage collection
fees, which would increase
the cost of the service for the
entire community. Fees are
expected to be increased by
about $1.00 per unit of the
current charges being made.'
The Commission last in-
creased the price of garbage
collection in' 1983, when the
rates also went up $1.00 per
unit.
The Commission addres-
sed the need for an increase
at its last meeting, and
instructed Clerk Alden Far-
ris and attorney William J.
Rish to come up with the first
draft of an ordinance for
their meeting Tuesday night
of next week, which would
reflect the increase in collec-
tion rates.
Collecting garbage in the
City is an expensive opera-


of the law", one of the attorneys pointed out.
Commissioners Everett Owens and
Doug Birmingham expressed their support
of the industrial bond issue, but said they
would still like to see the second public
hearing held. Attorney Rish pointed out the
county had the authority to remove their
approval at any point along the way they
wanted, "until the bonds are validated.
After that time, it's out of your hands", he
pointed out.
Owens said he was only interested in
seeing the public knows the issue is being
approved and that the firm is a viable
business.
'fThat's what the hearings are for to
determine if everything is as it's being
presented by the proposed industry", Rish
pointed out.
As a compromise, the Commispion
agreed to put its stamp of approval on the
bond issue, reserving the right to still hold
the second public hearing, on October 28,
and remove its approval if it- discovers
anything detrimental to the arrangement in
the meantime.
The agreement passed the Commission
with a unanimous vote.
WATER BAIL OUT
The Commission agreed to bail out the
Highland View water department, which
was recently taken over by the County,
when its operation began to fall apart and
financial, hardship threatened its ability to
repay its bonds for the system.
Tuesday, chairman Billy Branch an-
nounced the system had a $4,000 bond due in
the original issue, but did not have $4,000 in
the bank to pay the bond with. Branch
pointed out that even though rates in the
community were raised only two months
ago, funds had not built up enough to take
care of the bond. He pointed out the new
rates should take care of bond payments in


i Processing

the future, and would eventually accrue
enough money to re-pay the county for
money, should they vote to pay the due'bond.
The Commission agreed to loan the
Highland View system $4,000 to pay the due
note and closely monitor the utility's
.finances in the future.
DEER HUNTERS
Deer hunters, Sheriff Al Harrison and
Commissioners Everett Owens and Billy


Gulf County Tax Collector, Eda Ruth
Taylor is shown above returning nearly


Firm Here

Branch expressed concern over a proposed
plan to sell permits for Apalachicola River
swamp land being purchased by the state of
Florida. Southwest Forest Industries will
handle the permit sales and this has Owens
disturbed.; "Tax money purchased the land
and now a 'private firm is charging us to
hunt on it. I don't get it!" he exclaimed.
Sheriff Al Harrison said a public
(Continued on Page 3)


$10,000 to the county treasury at the end of
the fiscal year.


Will be Consideredc


many blocks do
leys for garbage
erate in, causing
walk to the rear


of yards, collect the garbage
and carry it back to the truck
on the street in front. The
City has considered requir-
ing garbage to be brought to
the curb on collection days,
but have been reluctant to
take this step in the past'.
Another expense in gar-
bage collection has been the
increased expense of opera-
tion of the compactor dispo-
sal system in south Gulf
County, on orders from the
Department.of Environmen-
tal Regulation. All south Gulf
County garbage must now be
trucked to the Buckhorn
landfill site at the extreme
north end of the county, for a
haul of about 35 miles.
Clerk Farris told The Star
this week tentative collection
charges reflect an increase
of $1.00 per month on residen-


tial customers. "This is'\a
charge levied against each
family unit", Farris said,.
pointing out that a four unit
apartment house is consider-
ed as four customers.
Farris said the ordinance
proposal would see'collection
charges hiked from the pres-
ent $5.00 to $6.00 for family
units to receive twice a week
pick-up.
Business customers would
see their four day a week
pick-up charges increased
from $10.00 to $15.00 per
month. Commercial custo-
mers with containers would
see their charges increased
from $3.00 per cubic yard to
$4.00 per cubic yard. Special
business customers would
have their charges hiked
from $20.00 to $25.00 and
wholesale users and super
markets would pay $60.00 per
month for five day a week
pick-up. This category pre-
sently pays $50.00.
Farris stressed these are
only "talking figures". The
Commission hasn't studied
the ordinance yet. They have
only charged he and the
attorney with coming up with
an ordinance to consider.
Before the change in rates
goes into effect, the City
Commission must consider
the matter in two separate
meetings and then advertise
the ordinance change for the
public to be informed about
the matter.
The intention of the Com-
mission to consider an in-
crease in garbage collection
rates is published for the first
of two publications in this
,week's issue of The Star.


City Sewer Mains Having

Leaks, Breaks Repaired


Crews of Video Sealing Corporation
are in Port St. Joe this week, making
repairs ,on some of the city's sewer
collection mains.
In a program which was started
nearly four years ago, the 'City has the
Wisconsin firm repairing leaking'collec-
tion mains in the area from First to
Eighth Streets, with the main attention
being given to main trunk lines which run
north and south along the avenues in the
area.
A little over three years ago, testing
was made to see how much seepage the
mains were getting in these areas which
were causing the most maintenance
problems in the system. Two years ago, a
portable television camera was sent
through all the mains in the City to
pin-point spots which were in need of
repair.


The Video Sealing operation is the
logical next step, to make repairs where
repairs are needed.
The system drags the unit being held
above by Jeff Oberhofer and explained to
City Commissioner James B. Roberts.
The gadget locates the exact trouble
spot, stops, puffs up to seal off each end,
then squirts a mastic substance to seal
off the leak or break in the main. This
method of repair replaces the expensive
method of digging up and making repairs
to the main.
Robert said, "We have problems in
areas other than the ones we'll use this
machine in, but at least this operation
will get most of the bad problems until we
can get the money to do more."
Oberhofer said he expects to be at
work in the city for a week or two.


Money Available for New Paving


Moving Day
One of Port St. Joe's older homes was on the move
early this week, when the old Trammell house was


moved from its location on Tenth Street. The home near
the intersection of Woodward Avenue had been there
for more than 50 years. The home was moved to south
Alabama by Ducky Johnson House Movers of Grand
Ridge.


Gulf County is ready to begin
providing services to a new space
flight oriented industry which is
considering location in the Overstreet
area. Recently, the Commission ask-
ed for grants from the Florida
Economic Development Transporta-
tion Fund, to build access roads to the
site being considered for the new
plant, if it develops.
Last week, the fund committee
approved grants of $4.4 million to five
counties for road construction or


improvement projects. One of these
releases was approval of $1.97 million
for Gulf County, to be used to extend
Daniel's Road 7.9 miles from Highway
22 to Highway 386 (Overstreet Road).
This will provide access to an
industrial site which represents a
capital investment of approximately
$70 million as well as the creation of
500 new jobs.
County Commission Chairman,
Billy Branch pointed out the county
won't get the money unless the


industry is approved and announces it
is coming to Gulf County. "At least, if
we get the industry, we can start
immediately providing a paved ac-
cess road to the property, without
waiting for up to a year or more to
arrange for funding", Branch said.
Location of the new plant in Gulf
county hinges on whether or not
United Technologies Corporation of
California, is successful in securing a
government contract they have enter-
ed a bid for.


2- 5IOI or r.J1J


.-- -- -- Tent tiv Opy





Bonds et tentative OK


Would Finance Seafooc


r


r


1


I


\


' 1












"Disinformation


Comments:


THE STAR
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16,1986 PAGE TWO


Disinformation.
Now, there's a new word for
you. Don't get ourself all bent out of
shape trying to figure out the
meaning, though, because after
reams were written about it in last
week's issue of Newsweek maga-
zine, we concluded the meaning
.:-meant, "lie". The only difference
between a "lie" and "disinforma-
tion" is that when you tell a lie, it's
::a lie. When the government delib-
.erately tells a lie or sets up a
situation which is a falsehood, it's
merely disinformation.
Recently, our government set
out a flow of disinformation, trying
to make Moamar Gadaffy think the
U.S. was standing ready and
waiting for an excuse to bomb
Libya again and might even invade
the nation on the slightest provoca-
tion. ,
..: To many of us, that ruse might
not be a bad idea, but to the dealers
in policy and factual news, the
disinformation was a terrible
Breach of trust. Here dependable
' :'-and reliable purveyors of truthful
information had been duped into
'merely trying to keep Gadaffy


On A St(

Steve Pajcic seems to be
having a little problem with
: making his so-called endorsements
of his candidacy for Governor
stick.
Here Pajcic is the bona-fide
Democratic candidate for the
V Governor's mansion, and he can't
make the endorsements for his
w e.wcandidacy hold under questioning.
Of course, his predecessor is
having the same problem. The
. other day, he came out saying the
Sheriff's of Florida were endorsing
z Bob Graham for election to the U.S.
-Senate. It was only 24 hours or so
Slater when our own Gulf County
SSheriff, Al Harrison, and Leon
County Sheriff, Eddie Boone, came
South in a news release and said, "It
i ain't so; we didn't either -endorse
: Governor Graham!"
Both Sheriff's said they would,



Loyai


Port St. Joe played its firs
home football game of the season
: Friday night, and the home crow
turned out in respectable number
to see the Sharks play .in spite of th
fact their record this season isn'
the best when it comes to wins an
losses.
: We're gratified that our young
Sisters were supported in a positive
way here oh their home turf. W
have nothing but sympathy fo
9. those communities who shun th
activities of their kids simple
becausee they are losing at the time



Two "Freebi

I FELT LEFT OUT this, week,
when the mail ran and I didn't get my
invitation to attend the Disney World
press party, being tossed by the
people at DW, with members of the
working press as their guests.
I am a member inr good standing
with the Florida Press Association, so
I qualify as one of the working press;
the fourth estate; in the state of
Florida. Being a member of the group
being invited to DW and Epcot for the
free week end should get me an invite.
SI'm sure the invitation didn't get lost
in the mail, since about the only thing
which ever gets lost in the mail
around The'Star is a check.
I saw where Howard K. Smith
turned down his invitation to WDDW
on his evening's comments the other
night. Howard seemed to think that a
Disney World tour as a guest of the
World would color his opinion of the
place. He seemed to have the.
feeling that such a freebee would
affect his reasoning when and if he
had occasion to report on the approp-
riateness of spending a few days at
Disney World. Old Smitty must be
easily compromised and if he is, he



--- THE
4 V taut 4'r Published Every Thursday at 304
By The Star F
Second-Class Postage Pa
Wesley R. Ramsey .....
-; 'O William H. Ramsey. ....
WS P A Frenchie L. Ramsey ....
Shirley K. Ramsey ..


st
n
d
's
e
't
d

9-
e
e
)r
e


"loose" in his global terrorist
activities.
Again, it didn't sound like a bad
ploy to keep the madman of the
Mediterranean in check, but some
of those being used in deploying
this tricky information took um-
brage at the deception.
One of tho disliked being
duped was Bernard Kalb, the U.S.
minister of Information. Kalb
couldn't keep his truthful journalis-
tic habits quiet while his political
duties did a job for his country.
We can't blame Kalb for his
resignation. He didn't resign be-
cause of the nature of the story; he
resigned because he wasn't told of
the nature of the story before it was
released and he verified it as a
truthful news release.
This matter was debated on
CNN's "Crossfire" one night last
week, with the biggest question
being decided when is a lie not a lie.
As a conclusion drawn from the
program, we interpreted the gist of
the argument to be that a govern-
ment doesn't lie; it maneuvers.
Only people lie.
Hum-m-m-m.


Hunker Down with Kes




Warp Three, Mr. Sulu


Sby Kesley Colbert-


When I was younger, so
much younger than today,
I'd stroll into the kitchen for
breakfast, and just for the
heck of it, I'd sometimes
take a bite of my little
brother's biscuit. He didn't
like it. David might com-
plain a little but he didn't do


anything because I was big-
ger than he was. He sure
wouldn't say a word to Mom
to get me in trouble because
he knew if he did I'd "duke
him out a little" on. the way
to school. And sometimes,
just for the heck of it, my
older brother, Leon, as he


got up from the table to
check on what Mom was put-
ting in his lunch pail, he'd
pick up my very last biscuit
and start munching on it. I
didn't like it. I didn't say
much 'cause if I did I'd be
the "dukee" instead of the
"duker" on the way to school


that morning. "
Maybe it was on a tirhiied
scale but in a very' rdaP way
we understood the' terns
power, strength, and in-
timidation. You know what
the ultimate power was
when I was young? Bobby
Brewer and Ricky Hale


ate Level?


vote for Graham for Senator, but
they would not publicly endorse
him because it just wouldn't be
good political business, back home,
to publicly endorse anyone.
We can see that. Frankly, we
thought the Sheriff's were being a
little foolish to endorse anybody in
either of the races. But, if you were
to believe, the advertising and
public claims of all the candidates,
Sheriff's and courthouse gangs all
over the state were just standing in
line waiting for someone to en-
dorse.
Somehow, somewhere along
the line, somebody was lying about
endorsements, or some changed
their minds after their indiscre-
tions were made public.
OJS could this be a matter of
disinformation, even on a state
level'



1 Fans

A good example of this was
exhibited to those local fans who
went to Havana two weeks ago.
Five minutes before kick-off, by
actual count, there were 19 Havana
home fans seated in the bleachers
and none standing on the sidelines.
The situation didn't get any better
as the game progressed, either.
We couldn't support such a
situation as that here in Port St.
Joe and we're glad we don't have
to.
Congratulations, fans! Keep up
the support!


es" Were Designed to Influence Rather Than Display the Facts


did the right thing in. turning down
DW's offer.
Personally, I feel I could accept
the invitation, if offered, and go to
Disney World with a clear conscience,


of the American exhibit and watch the
show and not be prejudiced in my
opinion of Disney'World or Epcot.
BUT, IF THE DEAL requires that


ETAOIN SHRDLU

1 By: Wesley R. Ra


spend a little time with Country Bear
Jamboree, the Hall of Presidents and
ride Thunder, Mountain Railroad a
time or two without having my psyche
bent one little bit.
I could even spend an hour or two,
walking around Epcot, visiting the
Kraft exhibit of producing food in the
future, eat a meal in the Japanese
exhibit, and even try out the Mexican
indoor sidewalk cafe. I could spend an
hour or two at the town square in front


I like. People are different; that's why
the exhibits there are different.
Evidently old Howard K. knew
that', and had been to Disney World
before. That's why he turned down the


msey


I once again tour Tom Sawyer's
Island, or go through the Jules
Verne's 20.000 Leagues Under the Sea
exhibit, or spend time in the Pirates of
the Carribean or tour any of the other
obviously mechanical offerings, I'm
afraid my unbiased opinion may
become a little biased.
Evidently, there are some things
in Disney World I don't particularly
care for. In all likelihood, others may'
like these exhibits and dislike the ones


latest invitation for a free week end
for the working press in order to
attend a tour and press conference.
Still, if I get my invitation in the
mail. I'll probably tempt being placed
in a prejudicial situation to get the
free week end vacation. How do we
know if we can resist temptation
unless we are tempted?
As it is now, I must admit to
feeling like General Halftrack in the
comic strip. Beetle Bailey. For years


the General has been awaiting some
word from the Pentagon. He feels he
has been forgotten down in Camp
Swampy.
Sometimes, it appears as if we
have been forgotten here in this little
jut of the Panhandle which sticks out
in the Gulf of Mexico.
TO BE FORGOTTEN once is bad
enough, but when you are forgotten
twice in the course of a month, that's a
little more than a body can bear at
times.
They're making up a 747 load of
influential people to go to Atlantic City
and see what evil and destruction
casino gambling has brought to that
city. The idea is to then bring the
guests back to Florida where they will
spread the word against casino
gambling.
They can't get me prejudiced
here, because I am already prejudic-
ed on the matter of casino gambling.
I am prejudiced against it. I
admit it and don't care who knows it.
That isn't so bad, though, because
the supporters of the question are also
prejudiced-for it!


If they take me to Atlantic City, to
look at what casino gambling has done
to the city, I know beforehand my
prejudice would only deepen. I believe
it is wrong to gamble in the first place
and I believe it is wrong for those who
do gamble to take the money away
from those who are novices at the
activity or can't afford to lose.
I learned at a tender age what
those games of chance can do to you.
At a tender age-16 or 17, I think-I
went to a Bay County Fair and
decided I was going to let those little
marbles run into the right hole and
win one of the valuable prizes hanging
on the wall.
I was reasonably intelligent at the
time. I knew my right foot from my
"left 'foot and I knew when it was
daylight outside. Still, this bountiful
knowledge didn't keep me from
getting taken of nearly an entire
week's pay in about 10 minutes.
Before I knew it, my money and I
were soon parted.
My conviction that gambling was
wrong was deepened-that day, and it
hasn't become one bit more shallow
ever since.


' St. Joseph's Bay Tides


October 16
October 17
October 18
October 19
October 20
October 21
October 22
October 23


High
10:35p.m.
10:43 p.m.
11:12 p.m.
11:44 p.m.
12:16a.m.
12:58 a.m.
1:43 a.m.


Low
5:36a.m.
7:20a.m.
8:28a.m.
9:21 a.m.
10:10a.m.
11:09a.m.
12:01 p.m.
1:00 p.m.


SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
POSTOFFICE BOX 308 IN COUNTY-ONE YEAR. $10.00 SIX MONTHS. IN COUNTY-$8.00
S "' PHONE 227-1278 OUT OF COUNTY-ONE YEAR.$15.o00 SIX MONTHS. OUT OF COUNTY. $10.00
S\OUT OF U S.-ONE YEAR, $16.00
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
1.306 Williams Avenue. Port St. Joe. FL
Publishing Company TO ADVERTISERS-In case' of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers do not hold
aid at Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such advertisement.
SECOND-CLASS POSTAGE PAID
...... Editor and Publisher AT PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
.... Production Supt. The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word I
. . Office Manager barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word Is lost; the printed word remains.
............... Typesetter


I I


would be visiting me, Jackie
Burns and Nicky Joe Staf-
ford would be over to see
Leon, Kong King and Dennis
Coleman and some others
had stopped by to talk to
Dave; we'd all be down in
the middle of the living room
floor playing marble
baseball and yelling and
screaming at each other as
we attempted to hit a marble
with a pencil across the rug
without touching the
baseball cards laid out as the
defensive team. All of us
took the game seriously and
pretty soon we'd have a real
rhubarb going. My father
would kind'a softly clear his
throat. You could of heard a
pin drop in that room for the
next two hours. Man that's
power.
You go to school and it was
the same thing. You knew to
leave Rollin Trull alone. If
you didn't he might take that
black leather jacket off and
"bust you up some". But on
the other hand you could say
near about anything you
wanted to to Pam Collins
'cause she was kind'a small.
You know I've thought
some about power, strength
and intimidation this week
as the news unfolded about
Reagan and Gorbachev
meeting in Iceland. Let me
hasten to say that I can talk
marble baseball till the cows
come home but I don't know
a thing about arms reduc-
tion, medium-range missiles
or summit meetings. And I
can guarantee you that I
don't have a clue as to what
the "Star Wars" program is
all about. Now, I've heard
our people talking about this
"Star Wars" defense for
months. But to tell you the
truth I've never paid much
attention to it. I think there
was a movie by that name
but I didn't bother to go see it
because John Wayne wasn't
in it.
It's a little embarrassing
for me to say this but I just
didn't care one way or the
other on a "Star Wars" pro-
gram. I'm not sure a Luke
Skywalker floating around in
space would really be a
super defensivee system for
athe United States-Will such
a system actually work?
Hey, the Russians, who you
can bet have done their
homework, must think
there's some merit to it: It
seems that some agree-
ments were not made in Ice-
land because the Russians
insisted that we drop this
"Star-Wars" program. In
fact, the Soviet leader was
adamant about us not work-
ing on such a program. I
have changed my thinking
somewhat on this "Star
Wars" thing. Listen, I don't
know anymore about it today
than I did a week ago but
now I'm one hundred per-
cent for it. You see boys, if
the Commies are totally
against it then I'm totally
for it. They've done more to
(Continued on Page 3)







THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16,1986


SHAD

PHANTRY
by Wendell Campbell





Pleasures of Life

AS SOME OF YOU MAY KNOW by now, Shad and
I wonder about a lot of things. Swme of you may recall
the "One Shoe in the Road" mystery. If you missed
that one, then you may have read about, "Who's going
to bury the last man?"
Another biggie we've wondered about is, would you
trust a naked buis driver?' These days it would be hard
for us to decide without a trial run.
SHAD AND I AGRE thQt some of the pleasures in
life are a real mystery. We compiled a few of the
pleasures we have experienced and thought we would
throw them out to you and see if you' have ever
wondered about them too.
1) SNEEZE Why does it feel so good to sneeze?
Most people try to suppress a sneeze, but when they
finally do sneeze, they feel much better. What we need
is "sneeze booths" where people could step inside and
sneeze as hard and loud as they want to. i
2) ATHLETE'S FOOT No one I know will admit
to enjoying having athlete's foot. Shad, however, loves
it and keeps a good case because it feels good to
scratch it. Once he had 0 good case going and almost
lost on h is left foot.
3) A KISS What on earth makes a kiss so plea-
sant most of them, that is. What is so earth-shaking
about touching lips together? Do you remember your
first kiss? Shad does. He stole his and had his face slap-
ped so hard his ears rang for a week.
4) COOL WATER If a person is real thirsty, and
I mean all day, cotton choppin' thirsty, put any
beverage in front of him with water beside it and nine
and one-half of them will drink the water. They will
pass up tea, Kool-aid, milk, beer and gasoline for a
good, cool drink of water. Shad said he might take half
water and half cold beer..
5) BACK-SCRATCHING This is the big one.
Why do people like to have their backs scratched? I
don't know of anyone who doesn't, do you? If anyone
knows of anyone who doesn't, we would like to inter-
view them and see what-their problem is. My older
brother owes me $1,846.75 for scratching his back bet-
ween my age 5 and until I knew better.
There are, of course, many more pleasures in life,
like a good, hot cup of fresh coffee on a cool, brisk mor-
ning. There is also the unmistakable smell of chit-
terlins cooking' on a cool winter day. Who could ever
forget that?
Shad eats them, I don't. I'm an oyster man!


OBITUARIES
Rites Slated for
Charlie Ware
Charlie Ware, 73, of Port
St. Joe, passed away Sunday
in Tallahassee following an
extended illness. He was a
long time resident of Port St.
Joe and had retired from the
St. Joe Paper Company.
He is survived by his
brother, Sherman Ware, Jr.
of Tampa; and his sister,
Naomi Wickersham of New
York.
Funeral services will be
held Thursday at 1:00 P.M.
.EDT at the Comforter
Funeral Home Nbrthside
Chapel. Interment will
follow in Forest Hill
Cemetery.
All arrangements are
under the direction of Com-
forter Funeral Home.

Lottie Parker
Dies October 9
Mrs. A.H. (Lottie Belle)
Parker of Bainbridge, Ga, and
Beacon Hill 'died Thursday,
October 9 in a local nursing
home.
-She was a pioneer settler of
Beacon Hill. She is survived
by her' children: Dr. Belser
Morris of Clearwater, Mrs'.
Donald McLean of Tuscaloo-
sa, Ala., and Ms. Helen West
of Cuthbert, Ga. and several
grand and great nieces' and
nephews.
Funeral services were held
Saturday at the First United
Methodist Church of Bain-
bridge, Ga.


Ministers Oppose

Lottery, Casinos

The Ministerial Association of Port St. Joe, wishes
to inform all concerned persons that as an organized
body representing an ecumenical group of clergy and
congregations in the southern half of Gulf County,
Florida, we oppose the effort to establish casino
gambling and a state operated lottery.
We oppose gambling from an ethical and moral
stance. It is our belief that gambling has historically
shown itself to foster social problems and to shelter
other vices which also adversely affect society.
For instance: the' FBI, state and local law.
enforcement officers wage continuing battles against
the laundering of funds controlled by crime figures and
drug distributors in every part of the country which
features casino gambling. Alcohol and drug abuse,
along with prostitution are also serious problems for
these regions.
State run lotteries are generally established with
the pre-supposition that large amounts of money can be
painlessly acquired and used for good purposes, such as
education. In theory these funds are meant to be
replace unpopular increases in taxes. The principle has
actually broken down wherever it has been applied.
Furthermore, we believe that gambling revenues
are in reality a hidden tax on the' poor and the
compulsive. Those who constitute the underclass of
society are the ones who are most likely to finance the
system.
It should be noted that gambling is a conpulsive
passtine which has led to indebtedness, poverty and
family dissolution in countless cases. The victims of
gambling are riot only those who are participants. Their
numbers include the innocent as well.
We believe that legalized gambling is a corrupting
influence on individuals and on society as a whole, The
Ministerial Association recommends that all concerned
citizens oppose its spread. We request that you vote
"NO" to casino gambling and that you vote "NO" to
state operated lotteries.
i,


Don Lloyd. center (badge on shirt),. presents a plaque
recognizing St. Joe Forest Product's accomplishment of
operational safety to mill safety director. Bill Fleming
Tuesday. Looking on are Paper Mill Superintendent.


Bonds OK --F onPam


meeting was to be held in .Gulf County on
October 23 in the Courthouse at 7:00 p.m., to
.discuss this matter and the proposed
antlerless deer hunt this year, which many
local hunters oppose.
Attorney Rish observed the permits
were probably being sold by SFI because
they already had the system in operation
before the land was sold to the state.
"They're probably doing it for the state",
Rish observed.
"I want to find out for sure". Owens
retorted.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters, the Commis-
sion:
-Approved improvements to outside
lighting on the east side of the courthouse.


Fla.

Governor Bob G
nounced recently
proclaimed Octob
Florida Employe
Week to call atter
relationship betw
health and employ
tivity.
"Employers sh
mote the idea o
fitness-not just
days'-but every
year," the Gove
"Healthier eipl
more out of thei
and business lives
more, have a bett
toward work and
fewer days of w
their work more
with stress better,
home and at play


-Received tentative approval from the
Bureau of Land Management for use of a
portion of the surplus land at Dead Man's
Curve for a fire station for south Gulf
County.
-Approved purchase of a rotary mower
from Tractor and Equipment Company of
Panama City in the amount of $1,273.73 and
purchase of a small diesel truck for the
Mosquito Control Department from Carr's
Auto Sales for $19,237.75.
-Received a refund of surplus money
from Tax Collector Eda Ruth Taylor. Taylor
presented the county with a check for
$8,146.81, which was money she had left at
the end of the budget year and another
check for $1.713.67. which represented
interest earned on deposited money.


Employee Fitness
)raham an- Florida businesses will be the Governor's Coun,
that he has encouraged to schedule fit- Physical Fitness and,
er 20-24 as ness activities for their em- and Blue Cross Blue S
ee Fitness ployees during the week, the A limited supply o
ntion to the Governor said. In addition, Florida Employee F
veen good contact has'been made with Week packets are avw
yee produc- representatives of"' the at the Governor's Coui
YMCA, Park and Recreation Physical Fitness and
iould pro- Association, hospitals, the office. To receive a
f physical. school system and other while supply lasts, cal
on special health care agencies to en-. 488-0148 or write: F
lay of the courage them to assist the Employee Fitness, Wee
rnor said business community in plan- vernor's Council on Ph
oyees get ning wellness program. Fitness and Sports, Of
r personal Florida Employees Fitness the Governor, The C
,enjoy life Week is being sponsored by Tallahassee, FL 32399


ter attitude
play, miss
ork, enjoy
and cope
at work, at
.",


Ferrell Allen, Jr., and Harold Quackenbush. \ice-presi-
dent in charge of operations and the department heads at
the paper mill. St. Joe Forest Products completed 843.127
man hours of operation without a lost time accident on
September 7 of this year. "We were shooting for a million",
Fleming said. "but a man came up with a hernia early last
month and stopped our record".


Blessing of the fleet is a traditional part of
Apalachicola's Seafood Festival the first Saturday in gdfO Il tvalfll Novet bed 1
November'. "S..e.a fo od, .. F e.stit .W._ Lqk,, g,,LvaI .J l N o Uv e m be.r I L.-=


a- m- zinu-Uin


'subl


FIRST
PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH


508 Sixteenth Street


SUNDAYWORSHIP ......... ..........; .10a.m.
Nursery Available
ADULT SCHOOL... ....... ..... . . 11a.m.
The Rev. Dr. Elmer'I. Braden, Pastor
PASTORAL COUNSELING 227.1756




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

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


We Want You
To Be A Part of
The Friendly Place


BIBLE STUDY ................... ..
MORNING WORSHIP. ..............
CHURCH TRAINING ...... ............ .
EVENING WORSHIP...............
W EDNESDAY . ....................


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


Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE


DANIEL W. DUNCAN
Pastor


MICHAEL HANDY
Minister of Music
& Youth


Mention Apalachicola and
one immediately thinks of the
world famous, mouth. water-
ing, Apalachicola Bay oysters.
The Franklin County area is
known bv seafood lovers as
the place to go to get the
tastiest seafood to be found
anywhere. So it is only proper,
that on the first Saturday of
November, each year, the
quiet, historic fishing town of
Apalachicola, is transformed
from "Florida's Best Kept
Secret" into the site of the
state's oldest and largest
marine spectacle, the' 23rd'
annual Florida Seafood Festi-
val.
Apalachicola, located on the
Gulf Coast, 75 miles southwest
of Tallahassee, and 60 miles
southeast of Panama City, is
blessed with the perfect set-
ting for a tribute to the seafood
industry. Battery Park, the
,festival site, is surrounded by
water on three sides and looks
out over a town that is almost
a preservation from the 1800's
when it was' a thriving river
transportation center for cot-
ton and sponges. Many of the
old buildings and homes re-
main today for visitors to get a
glimpse of the past.
The Florida Seafood Festi-
val is dedicated to the clean
waters and quality seafood of



Kesley
(Continued from Page 2)
sell me on the program than
a thousand Ronald Reagan
speeches.
I bet if it had ever worked
out that my Dad and Mr.
Gorbachev had been in a
room together and my Dad
cleared his throat Gorbi
would have kept his mouth
shut.
Respectfully,
Kesley


Apalachicola Bay and the
people who make their living
from the sea. Naturally,, the
festival abounds with seafood,
.and visitors can sample
shrimp, crab, seafood gumbo,
fish, and of course, the succu-,
lent Apalachicola Bay oyster
on the half shell.
The festival is more, how-
ever, than delicious seafood,
historic buildings, and beauti-
ful river and bay scenery. It
offers something for everyone
rio matter that age or their
preference. Virtually all the
events are held outdoors and
near the marina in Battery
Park, so visitors will be able to
enjoy the beautiful Florida
weather and see the fishing
and leisure boats in action.
The festival officially begins
at noon on Friday, October
31st, with the opening of the
arts and crafts booths, the
food 'concessions, and the
Festival auction, followed by
live entertainment on the
festival stage. At 6:00 p.m., on
Friday, the legendary King
Retsyo and his court, arrive at
the Battery Park Marina.
Saturday morning, the Red
Fish Run 5K foot race begins
at 9:00 a.m., (you can pre-re-
gister or sign up that morn-
ing), followed by the festival
parade downtown at 10:00
a.m., and the Blessing of the
Fleet at 11:00 a.m. The main
festival grounds in Battery
Park will open at 10:00 a.m.
For a $1.00 donation (kids
under 12 are free), you can
enjoy all the festival events in
the park all day long. You can
browse through more than 90
booths exhibiting and selling
arts, crafts, and novelties of
all kinds. There will be
continuous live music and
entertainment in the park.
You can take a guided tour
through the historic water-
front and Apalachicola, and
view the antique and classic
cars that will be on display
downtown. You can witness


the winning of the Florida
Oyster Shucking Champion-
ship, and have a chance to
participate in the oyster eat-
ing contest, along with the
Blue Crab Race, and watch as
paratroopers from Ft. Rucker
parachute to the festival
grounds. And all day long you
can partake of the pride of the
Bay seafood 'specialties
prepared a variety of ways
and other goodies.
! Saturday night, the First
Baptist Church will present a
gospel sing, free, at 7:00 p.m.
at the Apalachicola High
-School cafetorium. Later, you
can dance the night away at
the King Retsyo Dance, at the
Armory. Tickets are by ad-
vanced sale only.
In short, there is something
for everyone at the Florida
Seafood Festival. Life along
the coast is like life nowhere
else, and when a fishing town
like Apalachicola decides to
celebrate, you can be sure it


"Good service.
good coverage.
good price-
That's
State Farm
insurance."

BILL WOOD
403 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe
Office: 229-6514
Home: 229-6103
Like a good neighbor.
State Farm is there

STATE FARM



INSURANCE


will be a festival you'll never
forget,
The Florida Seafood Festi-
val office is open fulltime, the
year round. For further infor-
mation, contact the Florida
Seafood Festival office.


PARENTS ....
HELP IS COMING!







WATCH THE STAR FOR INFORMATION




Stihl Your Tough Jobs
from

GULF TRACK SERVICE

.WE'RE NOW A
FULL LINE SERVICING STIHL DEALER
OF GULF COUNTY


Only

s16995


~~The Stihl 009 is a small chain saw that's
big enough on power and performance 'to
take care of all your firewood needs. It
has an automatic oiler, long life cylinder,
double rings, electronic ignition, and an
18" reversible bar. Reg. $190.84


Gulf Track Service


STIHISO

THE ONE


Highway 71 South
Wewahitchka, Fla.
639-5296


cil on
Sports
Shield.
of the
witnesss
ailable
incil on "
Sports [
copy
1 (904) -
'lorida
ik, Go-
tysical
fice of
capitol,
)0001. .'


:


ME MMWMNWNMNPN


PAGE THREE







PAGE FOUR


Terrace Wedding Unites Miss Susan Michele
.::=_~ _,!tc he._le


'4
-~


Parker and


-set
Sus
Wa


Timot


Wakulla Springs' was thq performed in the presence of
ting for the wedding of their families, September 12,
san Michele Parker and 1986 at 11:00 a.m. by Col.
iothy Melton Taylpr..The (tRet.) John Blackwell.
ble ring ceremony was The bride is the daughter of
Col. S (Ret.)' and Mrs.'Don L.
Parker. Her grandparents
are Mr. and"Mrs. Donald E.
Parker aind J. Jerome Van-
Iercke, of Pleasonton, Kan-
sas .and the late Irene Van
Hercke. The bridegroom is
the son of Eda Ruth Taylor
and O. Melton Taylor. He is
the grandson of Mrs. O.M.
k Taylor and thelate O.M.
Taylor and Mrs. Jimm"
Kilbourn and the late Jimmy
Kilbourn all of Port. St. Joe.
Nuptial music was per-
Sformed On the harp by Mrs.

Gospel Sing
Set Saturday
Laura Hammock the monthly community
aura Is One gospel sing will be Saturday,
no, c 0.tober 18 at 7:00 p.m. at
Pentecostal Holiness Church
aura -Hammock, daugh- at 2001 Garrison Ave:'
of Alan and Sarah HamL Anyone interested' in per-'
ck of Longwood, celee ra, forming should contact Earl
her first birthday 'on 'Peak at 229-6547.':
tember 12.


:Laura and her nursery Blr oun
school pals were treated to a B1ounts
morning tour of the Central [e o
Florida Zoo in Sanford. After N. C
lunch and a long nap, all Brother Le
.celebrated with cake, puncI Ann Blount
and ice cream'. "ing in word a
Laura is the granddaugh- Covenant Ch
Ster of Bill and Ann Hammock ': 252 Ave. E O
of Port St. Joe and Bobo and 7:30 p.m. nig
Betty Ann Owens of Wewa-. Everyone
hitchka. attend.



Tamara Lyni
K B
Keth Barnes
.--Miss Tamara Lynn Rober- through the
son and Jerry Keith Barnes train.?: -
rw-bre united in marriage on '"to complex
.June 28, 1986 at Long Avenue the bride cho
"Baptist Church in'Port St. organza leavr
'Joe. Revered Daniel Dun- a profusion
;can performed the candle- pearls. It h
:light, double ring ceremony. lettuce edge
The bride is the daughter of veil.
.Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. The bride
;Roberson of Port St.'Joe. She bouquet of s
is the maternal granddaugh- .pink roses
pter of the late Mr.' nd Mrs:- baby's brea
.Wiley Phillips, Sr. and Mrs. ribbon loopec
S:Wilora Phillips of Montgom- bouquet.
a Eery, Alabama. She is the The bride
maternall granddaughter of honor was M
Herman Roberson and the ler, sister
lr te Mrs. Lilea Roberson of Bridesmaids
Montgomery, Alabama. en, McCroan
The groom is the son of Mr. groom, Miss
and Mrs. Jerry W. Barnes of and Miss Cyi
I-Port St. Joe. His maternal The brides
grandparents are Mr. arid mal length
S.Mrs. M.C.' Wood and his satin fashion
paternal grandparents are heart neckline
*: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barnes puffed sleeve
all of Port St. Joe. 'bouquet of 1
Nuptial music was per- yellow carnat
formed by Mrs. Melinda der daisies
Arnold on the organ. Soloist,, baby's brea
Mrs. Carol Quarles sang, streamers ol
r "The Wedding Song" and and lavender
: Prayer Song." The flower
S -: Groomsmen Scott Lucas Quarles was
and Torch Williams lit the formal length
candles at.the starting of the satin with whi
N remony. around the
S; The bride, given in mar- puffed sleeves
:riage by her parents," de- rose pink sati
scended down the aisle on her ed with white
:father's arm in a designed with pink sat
"gown of white silk organza. A 'held soft pink
;sweetheart neckline graced Serving the
:the satin bodice of silk floss man was his fa
:embroidered floral design Barnes. Groo
;adorned with pearl fleurettes PhilMcCroan
,and irridescents. Profusions of the groom,'
tof embroidered fluers and Scott Luc
Adorned the irridescent or- The groom
.ganza skirt. Fleurette bor- tuxedo with
;dered hemlinegwas enhanced groomsmen w
Aby layers of wire ruffles tuxedoes.
SSwhich also highlighted the 'The ring be
full sleeves accented with' Roberson.' n
satintn shoulder bows. Fluffs'of bride, wore a r

wired ruffles cascaded gray tuxedo.
1 -- II** ** "'' : '


hy

Karen Jac
see.
A fifteen
bra, pink
sword fer
simplicity
terrace, a
changed r


Melton Taylor
ckson of Tallahas- their vows.
The bride and her father
n candle candela- arrived at the wedding in a
anthuriums and horse drawn carriage driven
rn enhanced the by Trammel Black, attired in
of the altar on the black cut-away top hat. The
is the couple ex- bride was given in marriage
ings and repeated by her parents and escorted


;At
Covenant,
onard and Sister
will be minister-
qnd song at New
urch located at
ctober 16 18 at
ghtly.
is. welcome to


Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Melton Taylor


, .- I 1 1 1 ,% .


Sept. 12
to the altar by her father.
The'bride wore a tradition-
al gown of white satin and
lace. The dress featured a
sheer illusion chiffon neck-
line with Venice lace accents
on the stand up collar and
leg-o-mutton sleeves. Tiny
seed pearls trimmed the
bodice, sleeves and the edge
of her chapel length train.
She wore a' floral crown
made from white dendro-
dium orchids, ivy leaves and
gypsophila. The bride car-
ried a flowing cascade of
variegated spider plant,
white dendrodium orchids,
stephanotis, and pirik Alstro-
emeria lilies.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Phillip Taylor, friend of the
bride. She'wore a gown of
teal blue and carried a small
bouquet, identical' to the
bride. 1
Jay Taylor, brother of the
groom, was best man. Kirk
Parker, brother of the bride
was ushed. They wore black
morning tuxedoes..
The, wedding was directed
by Mrs. W.L. Altstaetter.
After a reception given by
the bride's parents, the cou-
ple left on a trip to Bermuda.
They will make their home
in Tallahassee, 'where the
groom is, employed with Bill
Thomas Chevrolet.
Eda Ruth Taylor and 0.
Melton Taylor hosted a re-
hearsal dinner Friday, Sep-
tenimber 11 inthe dining room
of the Wakulla Springs
Lodge


Kathryn Lewis, October
bride-elect of Steve Pierce,'
was feted with a morning
coffee on Saturday, October
11. The lovely home of Mrs;
Edwin Ramsey on Constitu-
tion Drive was the setting,
resplendent with colorful
flowers in beautiful arrange-
ments throughout the house.
An attractive and delicious
array of finger foods, served


SRhabersorn and Jerry


Exchange Vows


chapel length
ment the gown,
se a band of silk
es lavished with
of stemmed
eld 'a 'two tier
walking length

carried a 'chintz
silk yellow and
adorned wi4h
th and yellow
I throughout the:
's matron of
irs. Selina WYal-
of the bride.
were Mrs. Kar-
, sister of the
Nancy Wright
nthia Rogers.
maids wore for-
gowns of pink
ed with a sweet-
e enhanced with
s. They carried
baby pink and'
ions with laven-
adorned with
th and long
f ?-pink; yellow
satin ribbon.
r girl, Jessica
dressed in a
gown of pink
te lace adorned
neckline with
. She carried a
n basket cover-
e lace lavished
in ribbon that
rose petals.
groom as best
father, Jerry W..
omsmen were
, brother in law
Torch Williams
pas. "
wore a white
'tails. The
ore silver gray
arer; Matthew
=phew of the
matching silver
He carried 'a


while satin laced pillow with Church was the setting for a
pink satin roses. bridal calling shower on June
The sanctuary was filled 12. Hostesses were Mrs. Billy
with candlelight provided by Barlow, Mrs. B.A. Collier,
an arch candelabra in the Mrs. John Core, Mrs. Jimmie
center of the altar with two Cox, Mrs. Daniel Duncan,
spiral candelabrum on each Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. Tom
side, and two Christmas tree Ford, Mrs. Elmo Ford, Mrs.
candelabra all entwined with Cecil Harrison, Mrs: Jo&e
'ivy set out in front of the,.--McLeod, Mrs. Wesley Ram-
altar, Eqhancing the cere-, sey, Mrs. KeiithWard, Mrs..:
money setting the altar was" Earlie Weeks, 'Mrs.' Clyde
arranged with greenery con- Whiteheod and Mrs. Jerry
sisting of palms and ferns on Wood. t
brass stands. First Baptist Church gave
The wedding was directed a bridal calling shower on

by Mrs. Anne Strait.. June 17. Hostesses were Mrs.
Following the ceremony, a Don Ashcraft, Mrs. Charles
reception was hosted by the Cloud, Mrs. Marvin Cross,
bride's parents at the Long Mrs. L.C. Davis, Mrs. Tom-
Avenue Baptist Church fel- my Dixon, Mrs. Jim Faison,
lowship hall. Attending the Mrs. Therman Jacobs, Mrs.
bride's book was Miss Cathy Richard Lancaster, Mrs. Er-
Rish. nest Lowery, Mrs. Bob Mc-
The bride's table held a Kiernan, Mrs. Cecil Pettis
three tier wedding cake with and Mrs. Robert Whittle.
a shimmer of splendor added
by irridescent bauble bells
and love birds. Serving' the
cake was Miss Connie Raf-
field and Mrs. Georganna
Raffield.
,The groom's cake was a
one layered' chocolate sheet
cake with a design of a heart
carved out of a nostalgia tree
with remembrance of true
love. j. ,
Serving the punch was .
Miss Debra Jones and Miss '
Catherine Wood. ;


Two oblong food tables
with hors d'oeuvres were
arranged on eadh side of the
fellowship hall with each
having a large flower ar-
rangement in silver vases
consisting of roses of the
bride's colors lavished with
baby's breath.
Following the reception the
couple enjoyed five days in
Orlando. The couple resides
in Port St. Joe, 'where the
groom is employed with the
St. Joe Forest Products
Company and the bride is
employed with St. Joseph
Bay Construction Company.
There were several pre-
nuptial' events honoring the
couple. A luncheon was given
for the bride on May 24 at
Mrs. Linda Wood's beach
house. T'hei hostesses were
Mrs. Diane Thursby, Mrs.
Linda Wood, Mrs. Emogene
'R'affield, Mrs. Audra Mc-
Lawhon, Mrs'. Melba' Rich-
ards Miss Cindy Richards
and Miss Connie Raffield.
Long Avenue Baptist

Arts, Crafts
Festival Slated
The Gulf County Beaches,
Volunteer Fire Department
will hold its annual Arts &
Crafts Festival and fish fry
October 25, 1986 from 10:00
a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Anyone wishing to rent a
space please call 648-5232 or
648-5253. Items must be hand-
made.


Mr. and. Mrs. Jerry Keith Barnes


F.B.L.A. Farmer, 'treasurer, Debbie
Davis, historian, J. Lee
Officers Johnson, LaShune Leslie and
chairperson Daneen Pitt-


The Future Business
Leaders of America of Port
St. Joe High School recently
selected officers for'the new
year. They are shown above.
Serving are Liz Duncan,
president, Tracy Fields, vice
president, Tammy McGee,
secretary, LaSagna Quinn,
asst. secretary, Timica



Sand Piper Gifts
& Collectables
Custom Silk and
Dried Arrangements
*
Variety of Gift Items
WIDE SELECTION
Gibson Inn Annex
Shop"
Open 10 'to 5.
Monday thru Saturday
Phone 653-9741
Ifc 3/6


man, fundraising; and


on crystal and silver, tempt-
ed guests who called between
the hours of 10:00 and 12:00 to
meet the bride, arnd extend
their best wishes. They were
greeted by Miss Lewis and
the mother of: the groom,
Mrs. Tracy Pierce. Both
wore corsages of carnations
and riborn, given by the
hostesses, who, also, present-
ed the honoree with a beauti-


ful brass table lamp.
Hostesses were Mrs. Jim
Belin, Mrs. George Duren,
Mirs. Lamar Faison, Mrs.
James Harrison, Mrs. Alfred
Joines, Mrs. Edwin Ramsey,
Mrs. Paul Edwin Ramsey,
Mrs. Al Ray, Mrs. Hubert
Richards, Mrs. Clifford San-
. born, Mrs. Ralph Swatts and
Mrs. M.P. Tomlinson.


Gilbert Tells Garden Club

About Landscaping Plans
The October meeting of the were settled and Mrs.
Port St. Joe Garden Club was Bridges announced that the
held at the center on Eighth State Flower Show would be
St:;, Otober 2, Presiding was held in Palm Beach.
Mrs. iEthel Bridges. The
prer was-led'by Mrs. The hostesses for the day
R el ckson and the were Mrs. John Blount, Mrs.
Rochelle' Tackson i and the H.W. Griffin, Mrs. Ida Baker
pledge of allegiance to the and Mrs. Emmett Daniell.
flag, by Mirs. Ralph Swatts,
The program was present- Revival at White
ed by Reggie Gilbert of
Panama dity, director of the City Assembly
grounds, Ba's Medical Cen- White -it A" embly f
ter-, and a private contractor. od Churdi' will be holding
.The speaker gave tips on revival October 16 and 17 at
landiscaping and winterizinig 7:00 p.m. EST. Guest speak-
grass.:'Halso showed a slide er Will be Evangelist Robin
presentation on landscaping Bailey.
Sat Bay Medical Center.
In the business meeting Rev. W.D. Gallops, pastor
which followed the program, of the church, invites every-
seVeral important matters one to attend.




The United Methodist Women
S. Cordially Invite
IThe Women of All the Churches
to a
FRIENDSHIP COFFEE
October 18
S10:00.to 12:00 A.M.
Social Hall
First United Methodist Church
PLEASE COME AND BRING A FRIEND


Crystal Dean, reporter.
They are shown with their
sponsors, Martha Weimorts,
left, and Christine White,
right.


VHS 2-Head Video Cassette Recorder
3-Speed 8 Hour Recording/Playback
7-Day/1-Event Programmable Timer
Automatic Daily Program Repeat
8 Function Wired Remote Control
$39995




HOME FURNISHING CENTERS
PURMITUN APPLIANCES. FLOOR COVRNO HOM I MNT TAINMINT
OVER 200 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST

STEVE RICHARDSON, Owner
201 ReId Avenue Phone 229-6195


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16,1986


OUR BO UTIQUE
304 Third St. Port St. Joe
(Across from Rich's IGA)

Check Our Selection of

ChildrenIs Clothing
for Boys and Girls from Birth Up


OPEN MON. SAT. 9:30 to 5:30,


'V." 'I. ~.".


r~* : ;t.;. ~*..


{.
I


I.
-


Mrs. Edwin Ramsey, left, Mrs. Tracy Pierce, and Kathryn Lewis, bride-elect.


Coffee Fetes Miss Kathryn


Lewis, October Bride-elect








THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16,1986


Miss Vickie Lee McCoy and Marvin Calhoun


Carlisle Exchange Vows In Blountstown


Recently Installed
Port St. Joe's Kiwanis Club had a new
slate of officers take over operation of the
club last week, as their fiscal year came to
an end. Installed by District Governor


James Allen of Panama City were, left to
right, Al Ray, 'secretary-treasurer; Presi-
dent Steve Richardson, center, and Mike
McDonald, vice-president, not present when
the picture was made. Outgoing president,
Rev. Jerry Huft, congratulates Richardtson
on his election tW the club's helm.


Vickie Lee McCoy and
Marvin Calhoun Carlisle
were united in marriage at
Calvary Baptist Church in
Blountstown on September
19. Rev. Francis E. Carlisle,
Sr., father of the groom, and
Rev. John M. Nichols per-
formed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Broward R.
McCoy of White City. She is
the granddaughter of Mrs.
Robert McCoy, Sr. of
Blountstown and Mrs. Lillie
Bell Hagans of Blountstown.
The bridegroom is the son
of Rev. and Mrs. Francis E.
Carlisle, Sr. of Blountstown.
He is the grandson of Mrs.
Eunice Carlisle of High
Springs and Walter Ray
Meeks of Chiefland.
Nuptial music was render-


ed by Howard Johnson. Jr.
Lisa Adams and Frank Car-
lisle. Jr. sang "Just You and
1".
The bride was given in
marriage by her parents and
escorted to the altar by her
father. She wore a white
ruffled and lace chapel
length bridal gown with a
fitted bodice with a lace
trimmed flounced neckline.
stand up collar, sheer illusion
net front and back yokes.
Schiffli embroidery, sequins
and simulated pearls trim-
med the front yoke. Baby
ruffles of chantilly lace
trimmed the skirt and .chapel
length train. To complement
the gown the bride wore a
white veil featuring sequins
and :simulated pearls. She
carried a bouquet of pink silk


.-oses, pink carnations land
green ivy.
Mrs. Lisa Porter, sister of
the bride, was matron of
honor. Tracey Lynn Jenkins
was maid of honor. They both
wore wine colored tea length
dresses. The bridesmaids
were Rae McCoy. sister of
the bride. Lisa Sewell and
Judy Marshall, cousin of the
bride. They wore rosette
colored tea length dresses.
The groom wore a white
tux. Bestman was Allan
Miller. Ushers were Jim
McCoy, brother of the bride.
Frank Carlisle, Jr., Jimmy
Porter and Walt Carlisle.
They wore silver tuxedoes.
Daphine Carlisle, flower
girl, wore a long wine colored
dress.
Ring bearer was John


Carlisle who wore a silver moon the couple is residingin
tux. They are the grandchil- Blountstown.


AARP to Learn of


Insurance Plan


The St. Joseph Bay Chap-
ter 3425 of the American
Associated of Retired Per-
sons will sponsor an insur-
ance conference for senior
adults at 2:30 p.m. EDT on
Tuesday, October 21 at the
Centennial Building on Allen
Memorial Way.,
Beverly Morrison, Pruden-
tial representative for the
AARP Group Health Insur-
ance Program, will discuss
AARP's portfolio of Medi-
care Supplements and Daily
Hospital Plans and answer
individual questions.
AARP Chapter President.
Ernest L. Hendricks says all
AARP members are urged to
attend, but the conference is
offered as a public service to
everyone age 50 and above.
Reservations for special

Descendant s
Name In Error
In the September 26 issue
of The Star, a story, submit-
led by the Historical Society
Hst e.'lif'th#d escendants
of Thomas Baltzell, one of the
signers of the Constitution of
Florida here in Florida as
Georgia Baltzell Laroche.
The name should have been
listed as Georgia, Baltzell
Lasche, of Marianna and
Beacon Hill.
SThe Star regrets the error.

Eye Openers
by Dr. Wesley Grace
COPING WITH
S COMPUTERS
The increased use of com-
puters in businesses,. on
farms and in the home has
placed added stress on the
eyes of many users. Those
who are about '40 years of
age and older seem to have
the most complaints and ex-
perience the most stress.
* And that is to be expected.
At about 40, the eyes lose
some of their focusing abili-
ty. This loss makes it diffi-
cult to see clearly at various
distances. While normal
reading glasses, or bifocals,
are adequate for seeing
materials 13 to 18 inches
from the eyes, the video dis-
play terminal (screen) is
usually 22 to 24 inches from
the eyes. The bifocal wearer
experiences an additional
problem: the reading seg-
ment of the traditional bi-
focal is set too low to provide
help in seeing the video
display screen.
To cope with these prob-
lems, optometrists have
been prescribing glasses
especially for use with the
computer. The prescription
in reading glases can be
changed to let the operator
see clearly at distances
greater than 18 inches.
Bifocals can be made with a
reading or middle distance
segment raised to corres-
pond with the position of the
screen, which is at eye level.
In some cases, trifocals with
a larger "middle distance"
band can make viewing the
screen and seeing-other
distances easierand more
efficient for the operator. A
tint may also be desirable to
'help alleviate computer-
generated eye strain.
Brought to You As A
Community Service by

Dr. Wesley Grace
322 Long Aveue
Phone 227-1410


groups may be made by
writing Ernest L. Hendricks,
Rt. 3, Box 135C, Port St. Joe,
Fla. 32456, indicating the
number expected to attend,
or by calling (904) 648-8271.
AARP,was founded in 1958.
It is the nation's largest
organization of older Ameri-
cans, with a membership of
more than 22 million. Every-
one age 50 or older whether
retired or not is eligible-to
join.
The Association, which is
dedicated to helping older
Americans achieve lives of
independence, dignity, and
purpose, is a non-profit,
non-partisan group.


Fight


Birth




arel o times Brth
Defects Foundation is launch-
ing a national campaign to
prevent birth defects caused
by substance abuse during
pregnancy.
"The physical and mental
damage done to babies in the
womb by mothers who. use
illicit drugs is devastating,"
said Charles L. Massey,
March of Dimes president.
"No less tragic are the birth
defects caused by alcohol,
tobacco .and even over-the-
counter drugs taken by preg-
nant women without the know-
ledge of their physicians."
The prenatal care cam-
paign's title, "MOMMY.
.DON'T," reflects the preven-
tive actions don't take
unprescribed drugs, don't
drink, don't smoke that the
March of Dimes wants all
pregnant women to take for
their own health and their
babies' health.
The yearlong campaign will
begin November 12th with a
national day of awareness in
Houston, Los Angeles, San
Francisco, Chicago, Washing-
'ton, D.C., and other major
cities.
In its first phase, the
campaign will focus on the use
of drugs during pregnancy.
"People are greatly con-
cerned today with the damage
drugs do to our communities
in general," Massey said.
"But what many people don't
realize is how serious the
consequences can be for the
baby in the womb of a mother
who uses drugs."
Massey continued,. "Our
messages are simple. If
you're pregnant, don't take
unprescribed drugs. In addi-
tion, get early and regular
prenatal care. There are
many causes of birth defects
that are beyond an indivi-
dual's control. Birth defects
caused by substance abuse
can, to a great degree, be
controlled by a pregnant wo-
man."
"As a voluntary health
organization dedicated to pre-
venting birth defects, we are
making a special effort to
reach the men and women
who are, or will be, parents,"
Massey said. "Our aim is to
make them fully aware of how
they can prevent damage to
their babies simply by avoid-
ing tobacco, alcohol and me-
dications not recommended
for use during pregnancy."


* Develop Greater Poise and Self
Confidence.
* Communicate More Effectively.
* Be At Ease in Any Situation.
* Discover and Develop Their Po-
tential Abilities.


Mr. and Mrs. Marvin


D A ff Vice Regent; Mrs. Roberta Harden, Chaplain; Mrs. Charles
DAR Elects N ew cers Brown, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. Noble H. Stone,
parliamentarian; Mrs. William B. Dye, Recording
Shown above are the new officers for the St. Joseph Bay Secretary; Mrs. William 0. Cathey, Treasurer; Mrs. E. J.
Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolu- Suber, historian; and Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., librarian. Ab-
tion. They will serve a biennial term, 1986-1988. From left, sent when the photograph was taken was Mrs. Robert R.
are: Mrs, Paul P. Kunel, Regent; Mrs. James T. Heatchock, Reining, Jr., registrar.


a
s
s
a
y
ti
h
t


S
is
o
y
e
e
o


Social Security Service Says Operation Has

Seen Much Improvement In Client Service
'A continuing objective for us recorded on individuals' So- are more accurate and uni- help them in several ways:
at Social Security is to better cial Security earnings records form nationwide. If ou receive benefit
serve you, the public. Here are by October 31. Major improvements have promptly report any chang
some improvements our A mid year reminder to Majorimpovemntsu e promptly report any chang
en m e ent Abeneficidaries on reporting been made in the quality, that may affect benefits suc
agency has made in recent beneficiaries on reporting design, and readability of as change of address, wor
ears: work activity is saving $200 notices to the public. activity, medical improve
The average processing million a year in overpay- activity medical impr
ime for retirement claims ments and reducing post,-nti- An increasing number of ment (if you are disabled
ias been reduced. Most re- tlement workloads. employers are responding to and other events.
irees get a check within two Modernization of computer our encouragement to report Learn as much as you ca
veeks after applying. systems is speeding up pro- earnings by magnetic media about Social Security. F(
A person applying for a cessing of changes in benefi- rather than on paper. This example, inquire before yo
social Security number can be ciary actions (such as change results in faster, more accu- retire so you will be prepare
issued one in about 11 days, as of address). rate reports and saves bot with the necessary proofs an
opposedd to six weeks a few The new continuing disabili- employers and the Govern- information when you apply
'ears ago. ty review process ensures fair ment mnney.
A three year backlog of and compassionate treatment Make more use of you
earnings postings has been of disabled persons. Cases are In coming months and phone. Most Social Securit
eliminated. About 95 percent more carefully and complete- years, Social Security will business can be handled thi
f 1985 earnings should be ly documented, and decisions make every effort to serve the way. The best times to ge


Bike-A-Thon at Beach


for St. Jude's

Bike-A-Thon chairman
Sherry McDowell recently
askedthe community resi-
dents to join the St. Jude
Children's Research Hospital
"Wheels for Life" Bike-a-
thon slated for October 25 at
Mexico Beach, 386A Wysong
Subdivision.
This ride honors Jaime, a
leukemia patient at St. Jode.
"With every turn of the
wheel, riders become
'spokes'-men for all the kids
with cancer like Jaime."
This ride is a vital part of the
fight against childhood can-
cer at St. Jude. Riders are
really needed. They make or
break a bike-a-thon.
Sponsors donating a sum
for each mile completed are
enlisted by riders. All riders
turning in money will receive
a certificate. Those who raise
$25 receive a certificate and
a St. Jude t-shirt. When $75 is


SHospital

raised, the rider receives a
barrel tote bag, a t-shirt and
a certificate. The rider col-
lecting the most donations
will win a brnad new 10 speed
bike.
Sponsor forms are avail-
-able at the schools or may be
obtained by contacting Sher-
ry McDowell at 648-5942.
Anyone wishing to sponsor a
rider may also contact Sher-
ry McDowell.

REGIONAL
DEMOCRATIC RALLY
Panama City
(Next to old J. C. Penney's
on Harrison Avenue)
WED., OCTOBER 22, 1986
6:00 8:00 P.M. (Cen. time)
Meet State Candidates and
Enjoy Refreshments
Paid Pol. Adv. by
Gulf County Democratic
Executive Committee


public effectively anu et-
ciently. Meanwhile, the public
can help Social Security to


dren of Rev. and Mrs.
Fra=cis E. Carlisle, Sr.
Following the ceremony a
reception was hosted by the
parents of the bride at
Calvary Baptist Church fel-
lowship hall. Serving at the
reception were Lora and
Susan Hagans, cousins of the
bride, Christine Waldron,
Billie McGhee, Darlene
Swearingen and attending
the bride's book was Billie
Tester.
The wedding was directed
by Mrs. Debbie Peavy.
Following a brief honey-


S,
es
:h
rk
e-
),

in
or
Iu
ed
id
.
ur
ty
is
et


LroUUgh Uto Us are in tlhe IaLLr
part of each day, week and
month.


TURKEY
SHOOT


Win 10-12 Lb.
Turkey
$2.00 Shot
Highway 98 across from
Jr. Food
MEXIC9 BEACH
Saturday fnd Sunday
1 to 5
9tc 9125


.STUBBS-HANNON, Inc.
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Townhouses, Single Family
Homes, Land Tracts, Lots &
Property Management

Serving the Cape San Bias area
227-1892
Mike Maloy Associate ...***********Mark Hannon Broker




The Church of the Nazarene
Excitement is in the air. We are a small but growing church
with a big welcome.
SUNDAY SCHOOL....................... 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ...................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ..................... 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICE .......... 7:00 P.M.
Location: 2420 Long Avenue


Pastor
DARRELL DENNIS


Youth Minister
DWIGHT DENNIS


-----r


* Be a Better Conversationalist.
* Remember Names.
* Control Tension and Anxiety.
* Acquire a Better Understanding
of Human Relations.


Coming Soon



TO PORT ST. JOE


the




Dale Carnegie Course



Some of the many ways the Dale Carnegie Course

helps men and women


NOW OPEN


Class Trailer Mfg.

Manufacturer of Class Ride Trailers
Custom Built Trailers Repair Work Done
Any Kind of Trailer You Can Pull
We Can Build

Second Street Wewahitchka
639-2830


Be At Your Best with Any Group.

For further information call 229-8886

SPONSORED IN PORT ST. JOE BY



Port St. Joe Lions Club
Presented by
Glyn Ed Newton & Assoc.


~--i


PAGE FIVE


I







PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1986


S* FEAR CAN MAKE Ua
ANY SICKNESS WORSE

Often, people will not go to their doctor when
they are ill because they fear he will find
something seriously wrong with them. But the
J truth of the matter is that your body now has B
fewer secrets unknown to physicians. And
chances are he can quickly diagnose your problem
and prescribe a medicine to give you relief.
*' f Do not fear any possible sickness. Even some a
of those incurable ones can be lived with more
comfortably if you consult a physician at the
onset. Waiting too long can have serious
consequences.

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



BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
2 Free Parking '-Drive-In Window
S229-8771 317 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe A





!Wewa Gators


e Undefeated


:-Wewahitchka's Gators re-
main undefeated, as the
- Gators used a determined
Defensive unit to put 10 points"
Son the board and nudge the
Apalachicola Sharks out of a
three-way tie for the lead in
district standings.
The Gator defense scored
two safeties and had John-
Myers race 21 yards with an
intercepted pass tokeep their
perfect record alive.
,In statistics, the game was
Sretty -.even, with neither
Stam able to break loose on
big plays. The Sharks con-
ventrated on keeping the
Gator running attack bottled
.upp and the Gators kept the
Apalachicola passing attack
bottled up most of the night.
The only runner to gain
-6ver 100 yards for the night
on both teams, was Stanley
McIntyre for the Sharks who
.had 103 yards in 16 carries.
Even so, the swarming Gator
defense caught him in the
end zone in the fourth period.
for a safety. The Gator's big
gun, John Myers, could man-
age only 59 yards for the
night, but had th'e-bigiscriig
pass interception in the
fourth period.
The Galors lost two fum-
bles, one of which nearly
cost them an Apalachicola
score in the second quarter.
David Paul bobbled a high
snap in a punting situation on
d~e Gator 17. The Sharks got
the ball to the Gator four
; ard linewith a first and goal
Before the Gator defense
4 siffened and refused to let
tie Sharks in.
The Gators put the first
points on the board when the
SShark punter, Darron Austin,
Vas forced out of the end
o ne for a Gator safety with a
minute and a half left in the
first half. Four plays later,
. Billy Joe Smiley hit David
Paul with a 21 yard scoring
pass to give the Gators nine
.points to savour in the locker
Io..iom.
SThe remainder of the scor-
: ig was in the final, period,
"when Shark running back,
'-McIntyre, was caught in his
own end zone by a swarming
G-ator defense for a second
safety, making the score 11-0
with a little more than eight
Jiiinutes left in the game.
tli was late in the fourth
05eriod before the Sharks
uld put points on the board.
$Stanley McIntyre -managed
to. elude the Gator defense
and scampered 77 yards for.
six points and the Sharks
only score.
John Myers stepped in


Fish Fry

October 24

The Quarterback Club will
be sponsoring a fish fry
Friday, October 24 prior to
tl4e homecoming football
game.
Dinners will be served
from 4:00 to 7:00 p.f. from
the Port St. Joe High School
commons area.

Quarterback
Club to Meet
The Quarterback Club will
-b-e meeting Wednesday, Oc-
fober 22 at 7:00 p.m. in the
high school commons area.
All members are urged to
attend this meeting.

Almost half of America's
12 to 17-year olds see at
least one movie a month.


front of a Kevin Cox pass
with less than two minutes in
the game and raced 21 yards
for the final Gator score.
This leaves the Gators and
FAMU tied for first place in
the division with the two
teams scheduled to meet in
the last game of the season in
what is building up to be a
real shoot-out for the district
crown,
Friday night, the Gators
will travel to Carrabelle to
meet Anneewakee in a 7:00
CST game with the Warriors.
THE YARDSTICK
Apalach Wewa


First downs
Rushes, yards
Total yards
Passes
Punts
Fumbles, lost
Penalties, yds.


6
31-106
126
15-5-2
2-30
2-1
5-75


8
33-95
133
12-2-1
5-35
4-2
7-40


Port St. Joe's rebuilding
Sharks continued to have
second half troubles Friday
night,, and bowed for the
fourth time this season, this
time to last year's state
champions, the Walton Coun-
ty Braves. The Braves
thumped the Sharks, 34-3.
In the first period, the
Sharks came out steaming
and looked as if the night was
going to be interesting, as
Terrance Farmer forced
Walton's quarterback to fum-
ble the ball and Leonard. Ray
recovered the loose pigskin
at the Brave 37. But the
Sharks couldn't move and
had to exchange possession
with the Braves before they
could finally regain posses-
sion on the Brave 42 with five
minutes left in the opening
period. Overcoming a 15 yard
penalty for ..holding, the
Sharks moved to the Brave
before fourth down caught
them with eight yards for a
first. The Sharks lined up in
field goal formation on the
Brave 26, and Joe Norton
booted the ball through the
uprights for the only Shark
score of the evening.
The Braves recovered a
Shark fumble on the Port St.
Joe 32 about mid-way in the
second period, and, with two
and a half minutes left on the
clock, sent Dexter McNabb
plunging through the line for
a three yard scoring dive. B.
B. Campbell kicked the extra
point, and the Braves took a
lead which they didn't re-
linquish for the remainder of
.the game.
The Braves scored again
with five seconds left in the
first half, when Joe McCall
scrambled all over the back-
field, and finally set sail
straight for the goal line,
seven yards away.
McNabb took the hand-off
again with six minutes re-
maining in the third period


Joe Norton (43) put the only points on the scoreboard for the Sharks Friday as he booted
this field goal against DeFunlak as quarterback Tim Wilder positions it. -Star photo


for an 11 yard scoring sprint,
and Campbell kicked his
third extra point of the
evening.
The Sharks caused their
quiet fans to stir themselves
late in the third period, when,
with fourth and four on their
own 43 yard line, they lined
up to punt. Instead, punter
Mickie Gainnie, dumped the
ball over the line to Tony Lee,
who scrambled to the Brave
33 yard line for a first down.
The drive was stopped
abruptly with a fumble,
which was recovered by the
Braves.


The Braves scored twice in
the last quarter on an eight
yard dash up the middle by
McNabb and late in the
game, when McNabb did a
repeat performance from the
Shark 14.
Statistics were somehow
lost after the game, but a
partial set showed the Sharks
had five first downs in the
game, to 15 for the Braves.
The Sharks ran for 28 yards
while giving up 180 to the
Braves. The Sharks had 76
yards passing, lost three
fumbles and were penalized
for 65 yards.


Terrance "Too Tall" Far-
mer and Joe Norton were
defensive leaders for the
Sharks with 10 tackles and
five assists each. Bink Nor-
ton had seven tackles and
five assists; Carl. White, two
tackles and 13 assists and
Terry Quinn, four and four
and one interception.
FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday night, the Sharks
take their last road trip of the
season to Blountstown, to
meet the Tigers, who are also
rebuilding this season. Re-
gardless of who is rebuilding
or who isn't, when the Tigers
and the Sharks get together
on any kind of athletic field,
sparks fly!

You can have the coolest
car around if your remem-
ber to ,cleai the radiator
and drain and flush the en-
'tire cooling system season-
ally.


Wewahitchka's Gator linemen form a wedge around Apalachicola Shark line for a few tough yards up the middle.
their running back, John Myers, as they probe the -Star photo


Ulysses S. Grant, an un-
known ex-soldier at the be-
ginning of the Civil War,
became the first of the
nation's generals to wear
four stars.

MONTHLY RENTALS
Year Round
*
Beacon Hill (Brand new) unfurn.,
3bd., 24 ba.......... $500mo.
Gulf Aire (Starfish) 2/1 turn. $375
Mexico Beach (Diggs) 1/1 furn. $300
Goodwin 3/2 urn. ........ $350
Gulf Terrace; 2/1 furn. ........ $200
Gulf View. 2/2 turn ....... $425
Gulf View, 2/2z unfurn........ $400
Open Seasonal
(All furnished)
Atlantic 1,2/1 ............. $300 mo.
Atlantic2,1 2/1........... $300 no.
Brent, 2/1I............ $325 mo.
Carrol's Folly, 2/1 ........ $295 mo.
Gulf Aire,2/2 .......... $400mo.
Gulf Winds 1, 2/1........... $275 mo.
Gulf Winds 2,.1/1........ $250 mo.
La Casita, 2/1 .......... $300 mo.
Sail Away, 3/2 .......... $500 mo.
Sea Gull3,2/2 ........... $400mo.
Sea Silo, 2I............... $300mo.
WindSong5,3/3 .......... $500 mo.
Alabamian,2/14 ......... $325 mo.
Ashleys, 1/1 ..... ..... $300 mo.
Blue Water. 2/11 ....... $350 mo.
C.B. No. 2, 2/1 ............. $195 mo.
Cooper Hs., 3/2 ........... $350mo.
Leah No. 2,1/1 .......... $175 mo.
Palms, 2/1 ............... $235 mo.
Pier Point Neal, 2/2...... $350 mo.
Retreat, 2/1 ............ $350 mo.
Summer Place 1, 1V/1Iz .. $335 mo.
SundanceT.H.,2/1 .... $295 mo.
Surfer 1,3/1 ............... $285o.
Surf &Sand, 2/2.......... $430mo.
Surf & Sand, 4/2
Sandpiper, 3/2 ........... $355 mo.
CAPE AREA
Oceanfront Cape Shoals, 2/24 $400
Cape Sands Landing, 2/2 ...... $400
Sea Shell Castle, 2/2 ........ $400




St. Joseph Bay Realty
648-5716


Take advantage of our clearance prices today!


PASSENGER
MICHELIN XH


PERFECT BALANCE
BETWEEN
PRICE & QUALITY




LIST


175/80-13 XHWWT ..
195/75-14 XHWWT ..
205/75-15 XHWWT ..
225/75-15 XHWWT ..


PASSENGER
MICHELIN
MXL
SHOWS IMPORTED CARS
HOW TO HANDLE
AMERICAN ROADS.
* Completes the sporty look
of imported cars with low-
profile styling.
* Excellent road holding.


PRICE

. .. 58.90
. . 70.90
. . 76.90
..... s82.90


MICHELIN


LIST

165/70-13 MXLT.
185/70-14 MXLT.
195/70-14 MXLT.
205/70-14 MXLT.


PRICE

. .... 46.90
. . .. 62.90
. . 65.90
. . ... 69.90


BECAUSE SO MUCH IS RIDING ON YOUR TIRES.


PATE'S SERVICE


216 Monument Avenue


Phone 227-1291


Ranked Walton Braves



Hand Sharks 34-3 Defeat


TURKEY SHOOT!
every Saturday and Sunday
12 noon
. t: Christmfas $2.00 per shot


Shooting Club

Memberships Available
$125.00 Yearly
Trap
Rifle
Pistol
STOP BY FOR DETAILS


INDIAN SWAMP

CAMPGROUND &

R/V PARK

Highway C-387 Howard Creek
MAILING ADDRESS:
Route 1, Box 182-A
Wewahitchka, Florida 32465

Phone 904/227-7261













Time to Plant for Fall and Winter Flowering


By Roy Lee Carter
Extension Agent
The fall gardening season is
at hand so it's time to get out
of the summer doldrums and
start thinking about your
winter garden. It's time to
begin planting flowering an-
nuals.
Many of the annual flowers
which thrive in northern gar-
dens can be successfully
grown in Florida, however,
the season at which they are
grown is quite different than
in northern states. During
winter, nights are cool with an


CARTER
occasional freeze in central,


and south Florida and fre-
quent freezes in north Florida.
In early spring and late fall,
nights are cool, while high
night temperatures, heavy
rains and high relative humid-
ity are typical during summer
and early fall. Careful atten-
tion must be. given to these
climatic regimes if annuals
are to be grown successfully in
Florida.
Annuals which can be plant-
ed in October throughout the
state include calendula, car-
nation, pansy, petunia and
snapdragon. Foxglove and


shasta daisy grow well and
flower under cool night temp-
eratures in the fall in north
and central Florida. In south
'Florida, alyssum, baby's
breath, browallia, dianthus,
and verbena are excellent
choices for a winter flower
garden.

Annual flowers have many
uses in the garden. They -are.
probably best displayed in
front of shrubbery borders. By
choosing annuals of different
heights, deep flower borders
can be produced. Plant the


Carnival Time!


taller species at the rear and
progressively shorter varie-
ties in front. Use colors which
blend well and avoid too many
varieties having different co-
lors. Most often large groups
of only one or two colors are
much more effective than
small beds of many colors.
Many low growing annuals
make effective edgings for
walks and drives and don't
forget to use annuals for
window boxes and porch gar-
dening.
Annuals can be planted as
seeds or obtained as bedding
plants which can be trans-'
planted into the garden. Bed-
ding plants are usually avail-
able at reasonable prices and
offer flowers quicker than
growing your own plants from
seed.


When buying seeds, you get
what you pay for. Seed of
named varieties of a speci-
fied color are more expen-
sive than color mixtures. If
possible, plant seeds accord-
ing to directions on the
package. Plant after the
worst of the rainy season or
small seeds may be washed
away. The other alternative
is to start plants in flats
so they can be moved to
shelter during heavy rains.
Some annuals such as nastur-
tiums and sweet peas should
be planted directly in the
garden.
Keep .a careful watch on
young annuals. Their roots are
shallow so watering is neces-
sary every day or so until they
are well established. Pests
must also be kept under


control.
To produce compact, bushy
plants, pinch off the top pair of
leaves after seedlings have at
least three pairs of leaves.
This will. produce side bran-


229-8416 or 227-1954
ER0007623 RF0040131 RA0043378 .


ches and better quality plants.
The gardener who 'learns
how to successfully grow,
annuals can produce beautiful
color all winter in their
Florida garden.


106 Bellamy Circle
tic 1 19


The annual Port St. Joe
Elementary School PTA spon-
sored Halloween parade and
carnival are scheduled for
Saturday, October 25.
The parade will begin at
10:00 a.m..As in the past there
will be. a costume contest
which pill include three age
groups' preschool and kinder-
garten ;,first, second and third


grades; and fourth, fifth and
sixth grades. There will be a
first, second and third place
winner in each group.
Participants are asked to be
in front of the ANRR Company
building by 9:30 so that a
number may be pinned on
their costume and to give the
judges a preliminary viewing
of the costumes.


The parade will proceed
down Reid Avenue and will
end at the vacant lot next to
City Hall. Participants are
asked to remain in the area
which, will be designated for
each age group until the
winners are announced.
All winners are asked to
remain for photos following
the judging.
The carnival will begin at
11:00 a.m. on the grounds of
the Port St. Joe Elementary
School. Tickets may be pur-
chased in front of the lunch-
room for .25 cents each.
Barbecue sandwiches, hot
dogs and soft drinks will be for
sale as well as popcorn and
other goodies.
Proceeds from the carnival
go toward purchases needed
for improving provisions of-
fered to the students of Port
St. Joe Elementary School.
For further information or
questions please call 229-6101


Elementary PTA Plans Annual Event October 25


or Port St. Joe Elementary
School.

Amn. Weeks
Receives Medal
Airman 1st Class James E.
Weeks, son of John W. and
Lois J. Weeks of Wewahitch-
ka, .has been awarded the
Humanitarian Service Medal.
The medal was awarded for
participation in Hurricane
Elena restoration operations
at Keesler Air Force Base,
Miss., August 29 through
September 8, 1985.
An estimated 13,000 people
were sheltered in base facili-
ties during the hurricane.
Traffic control, weather up-
dates, massive recovery as-
sistance and security were
also provided.
His wife, Sabrina, is the
daughter of Bob W. and Betty
L. McDonald of Wewahitchka.


Seniors Say Autumn

Ball Was Big Success


The Gulf County Senior
Citizens Association's first
annual autumn ball was held
last Saturday night at the
Centennial Building auditor-
ium, and featured Keith Spell
and his band, whose reper-
toire consisted of a wide
variety of popular country
- and-western-music.- ..---


Corner 10th Street and U.S. Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach, Florida 32410
(904) 648-5146
See One of Our Friendly, Well-Qualified Salespeople


Ellen F. Allemore, Broker 648-8939
Joy Holder, Salesperson 648-8493
Vickle Stokes, Salesperson 648-8825
Preston Wingate, Salesman 648-8565
N..F. Allemore, Jr., Salesman-648-8939
Bobble Miller, Salesperson 648-8398
Nancy Mock, Salesperson
Cape Specialist 227-1322
ST. JOSEPH SHORES
Finish building your home where started on 200'
roadfront U.S. 98 by 110' deep with 75'x140' extra lot
In back and 2 septic tanks. Preserve your gulf view
with 110' of beachfront across the road. All for
$198,000. Will also sell separately.
GOLF AIRE
210 Buccaneer Road, Spanish style, 2-story stucco
home, comfortable 4 bd., 2'/2 ba., deck off master
bdrm., $115,000.
Corner Beacon Road & Gulf Aire Dr., new chalet
style home, 4 bd., 2 be. b beautiful & different.
$115,000.
Gulf Aire Dr. Lot 3, Block A, 65x180', unobstructed
view of the Gulf. $54,900.
Sea Pines: 3 bdrm., 3 ba., fireplace, sauna, privacy
fence & hot tub. Must see to appreciate. $125,000.
Periwinkle Dr.: 5 bdrm., 3 ba., 2,800 plus sq ft. Lots of
room to live In. Screen porch, balcony with gulf view,
sprinkler system. Top floor separate LR, bath and
bdrm. Downstairs, 4 bdrms., 2 be., family rm.
$123,000. 4
CAPE SAN BLAS
Cape Sands Landing: WATERFRONT 2 bdrm. and
loft, 2 be. $110,000.
" ST. JOE BEACH
New UListing: Corner of Desoto & Alabama: 2 bdrm.
and study, 1 '/ ba., nice landscaped lot, very comfor-
table home. $69,500.
Desoto Street: Cedar home, 2 bd., 2 be. amenities,
upstairs w/vlew of Gulf. Downstairs 960 sq. ft. of of-
ice, shop or rental space. Convenient arrangement,
'% block to beach. Was $105,000 reduced to
$89,000.
Coronado Townhomes. 2 bdrm., 1 '/ ba. dedicated
beach. Unobstructed view. All amenities. Furnished
$84,900; unfurnished, $74,500.
3 lots Pineda St. e1t block. $55,900.
U.S. 98 Beachview, 2 story duplex, $69,900.
Balboa St.l Speakers, music system In lovely, com-
fortable 24'x60' double wide 3 bdrm., 2 be. modular
home, screened 12x32' front porch, f.p., c/ha. Watch
the birds feed from glassed 12x22' Fla. rm., as no
Spaint brush needed 150'x150', 1'/i blocks from
beach. Was $65,000, Reduced to $62,500.
Georgia Ave.: 150' on Georgia by 90' deep vacant lot.
$16,000.
Coronado St. Nice 2 bdrm., 1 ba. mobile home.
c/ha, 75'x150' lot. 2'/a blocks from beach. $28;750.
Balboa St.: Great investment 2 nice 2 bdrm., 1 be.
houses, c/ha, on 50'x150' lots $95,000 or will sell
separately.
Between Coronado & Balboa Streets: 50' lot on Hwy.
98, $45,000.


Flo Melton, Salesperson 229-8076
Charline Hargraves, Salesperson
-648-8921
Margaret Carter, Salesperson 648-5884
Mary Jane Lindsey Salesperson
Debble Snyder Salesperson 648-8889

Court Street: Large 1,800 plus sq. ft. redwood &
stone home. 3 bd., 2 be., cen. h&a, big bedrooms, 2
blocks to beach. Good price, $58,000.
OAK GROVE
311 lola St.: 2 bdrm., 1 be. trailer, new wallpaper,con.
h&a. 2 lots fenced. $19,500.
PORT ST. JOE
1306 Woodward Ave. 4 bdrm., 2 be., livable home in
good neighborhood. $45,000.
1904 Juniper Ave. Nice large 4 bedroom, 2 bath brick
home, big den, great possibilities, $74,500.
1902 Garrison, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, good starter
home, $45,700.
BEACON HILL
2nd Avenue: 100'x100' lot, 2 bdrm., 1 be. mobile
home, shop & covered shed. $31,750.
2nd Street 3 blocks from beach, 2 bdrm., 1 be., 4
lots, $46,000.
3rd Ave. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. trailer, decks, $28,500.
3rd Ave.: Nice 14x60' Scot 1984 mobile home, 2
bdrm., 1 ba. custom built masonite siding, shingle
roof, other extras. $35,000.
Between 3rd & 4th St.: 1 or 2 bdrm., 1 be. GREAT
VIEW. $39,500.
Two 2 bdrm., 1 be. apartments, 2 story bldg., $39,500
or both buildings for $69,500.
MEXICO BEACH
9th St. & U.S. Hwy. 98 DOLPHIN RUN
TOWNHOMES. 1 bd./study or 2 bd., 2'/ be, Gulf
Front. $82,900.
New Liseting: Arizona St. 3 bd., 2 be. lovely home, f.p.,
cha on 2 beautiful lots. Vacant lot fully fenced.
Great price. $69,500.
New Listing: 28th St.: Nice 3 bd., 1 'V be. brick home.
Furnished. 2nd from beach with super view. $99,500.
36th St.: Beachslde home, 2 bd., 1 be., screened
porch, can h&a, nicely furnished. Ready for living or
rental. Good Investment. $60,000.
Between 5th & 6th St. on U.S. 98: 2 bdrm., 2'/1 be.,
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'x125' trailer lot $7,200.
OVERSTREET
Pine St. 3 bdrm., 1 be. lovely brick home on 1.2
acres, garden, grape arbor & fruit trees. $54,000.
WEWAHITCHKA
On -Hwy. 71 just Inside city limits. Beautiful 2.11
acres and 3 houses. Variety of fruit bearing trees.
$65,000.
We have year round rentals.


Several great door prizes
were awarded. Annie Poole
won a designed rug donated
by Joyce Moore, and a pound
of scallops from P and S
Seafood. A certificate for two
shrimp dinners was awarded
to Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey
Smith, compliments of Gul,
- Sands-Restaurdt-dP'eH


er won 10 gallons of gasoline
from Skip's Gulf Station and'
I Brenda Wilder was awarded
a mini phone donated by St. ,
Joseph Telephone Co. '
The Senior Citizens Asso-
ciation extends its thanks to
everyone for supporting
them in their' continuing
quest to help the -senior
citizens of Gulf County.


NAPA Auto Parts Met .

201 Long Ave. Phone 229-8222 althe rg p ce


TALLAHASSEE MEMORIAL

ANNOUNCES

THE END OF 7


The era of kidney stone surgery is ending at
Tallahassee Memorial Regional Medical Center.
Introducing ESWL -- Extracorporeal Shock Wave
' Lithotripsy -- a nonsurgical procedure that uses
shock waves to break up stones within the kidney.
The remarkable results?
t Recuperate at home -- no hospital stay is
required.
t- Return to work within a week.
a Reduce your medical bills by using the mobile
lithotripter at Tallahassee Memorial.


The mobile lithotripsy program at Tallahassee
Memorial, a member of Southeastern Kidney
Institute Cooperative Inc., offers the convenience
of high technology not far from home.
Plus, insurance companies favor the reduced
length of hospital stay and the shorter recovery
period associated with ESWL and most now pay for
the procedure.
Stop suffering. Find out today how you can get
fast, painfree relief from kidney stones -- at
Tallahassee Memorial.


I. S


Heating & Air, Major Appliance Repair
Plumbing & Electrical Work


JAMES' PAINT

& BODY SHOP

SJames Heath



Certified In

Paint & Body Work
Collision Work



311 Madison St., Oak Grove
FREE ESTIMATES


227-1782

a, ;


A LLEMORE
REAL ESTATE
INC.


AJLTALIAHASSEE MEMORIAL
REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, INC.



CALL TOLL FREE: 1-800-367-0579 (in Florida)
1-800-367-6696 (outside Florida)
Magnolia Drive and Miccosukee Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32308 (904) 681-5875


-A'


--


:. I ::: :i .:'~~~~: :;-?j :;~ ::' : ~$`


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, lka. THURSDAY, OCroBER 16, 1986


PAGE SEVEN


I




i


PAGE EIGHT THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16,1986


Call
Shorty


229-6798T

Commercial Resident
Remodeling and
Service Work
26 Years Experience Licensed and


Reg. No. ER-004
Charles Som


Sur-Way Eli


411 Reid Avenue


r





Freeman Components,
INC.

HIGHWAY 98 WEST PHONE (904) 229-6289
(Highway 98 West of Highland View)
Builders and Erectors of
Building Components
and Trusses
Built to your blueprint
specifications
WE DELIVER





Here In Port St. Joe

Allstate can insure your
house, your apartment,

-your mobile home.


For years, you've seen and

And now it's available here, at our agency.
Whatever you call "home," Allstate has
a special policy to fit your special needs.
SDollar fr dollar, we feel it's one of the best
home-protection values on the market
.today.
Considering higher costs, and the
tremendous investment you now have in
your home, it makes sense to check. Call or
come in, and compare Allstate's rates with
what you're paying now.
You could end up saving money.
Allsate Insurnce Compiny
Northbrook.IL
GASKIN-GRADDY INSURANCE AGENCY
Our 55th Year In Business
Call Collect for Quotation
Phone 639-5077 or 639-2553 Wewahitchka




Ont J'W St. Joseph Bay Realty
OdF 648-5716
nE- 21 Mexico Beach

NEW LISTINGS:
ST. JOE BEACH
Canal St.: 2 bdrm., 1 ba. house, cute, close to beach.
$29,000.
Hwy. 98 Pineda St.: 2 lots, $40,000 each, across from
dedicated beach.
CAPE PENINSULA ESTATES:
Lot 7, Block A, gulf front, $75,000.
Lot 16: Block A, 1 lot back. $41,800.

PORT ST. JOE
1619 Monument Ave.: Four 1 bedroom, 1 bath apart-
ments, and 1 3 bedroom, 2 bath apartment. Great ren-
tal, $100,000.
1302 Woodward Ave.: Lg. lot and 3 bedroom, 2 ba.
house, $42,200.
WARD RIDGE
1% lots, $11,200. REDUCED.
HOWARD CREEK
Just Listed: 3 great buys 3 great prices!
*4 *
Squirrel Ave. $13,600, m.h., 10x45', plus 1g. side room,
lot 120x130'.
Deer Ave.: $29,950 very nice house, front & back
porch. Enclosure for boat or car, 1 for washer/dryer &
cookout area. Must see this one.
Duck Ave.: $38,000 3 bd., 1 ba. house Ig. porch, lot
60'x130'.
MEXICO BEACH
2 bedroom, 1 ba. townhouse beachside. Good rental,
$53,000. Owner financing.
2 bedroom, 2 bath, screen porch, nice built on room,
stor. shed, Ig. lot, reduced to $38,000.
GULF AIRE TOWNHOUSE
Owner says sell! 2 bedroom, 2 baths, fully furnished,
great rental.


Sum H.V. Fire Dept.
Visits School
Highland View Elementa-
ry students highlighted their
observance of Fire Preven-
tion Week with a visit from
the Highland View Fire De-
partment.
ial David Gainous explained
the uses of the equipment on
the fire truck with added
treats of lights, sirens, and
Bonded "looking all around."

631 CARD OF THANKS
Nell My family and I greatly
appreciate every act of love
and concern shown us this
ectric past week.
Maxie Smith


HEP ANE


IMMEDIATE JOB
OPENING
Gulf Pines Hospital has a job
opening for an admission/
discharge clerk. Require-
ments are a working know-
ledge of office practice with
ability to operate office
machines. Graduate from
standard high school includ-
ing/or supplemented in
courses on business prac-
tices. A general knowledge of
insurance procedures and an
ability to relate to people is a
definite asset. Application
can be made at the business
office between the hours of
8:30 AM and 3:30 PM. Gulf
Pines Hospital is an equal
opportunity employer.
Excellent income for part
time home assembly work.
For info. call 504-641-8003,
ext. 9575.
4tp 10/16
Inspector bridge/roadway
- entry level bridge inspector
for Overstreet bridge pro-
ject. Duties include pile driv-
ing, concrete testing, bridge
inspection and keeping daily
report records. Familiar
with DOT procedures
helpful. Send letter and/or
resume to: Reynolds Smith
and Hills, General Delivery,
Mexico Beach, FL 32410.
2tp 10/16
Apalachicola Valley Nurs-
ing Center has a full time
opening for an L.P.N. on the
3-11 shift. Our salary &
bedif! W i e are excel-

Gate at 674-5464 in Blounts-
town.

MISC.
FOR SALE
Finally a Realistic
Program for the Average
Person.
Services and Products
Tailored Exclusively for
Multi-Level Marketing .,.
MLM companies promote
legitimate products and pay
commissions solely upon the
sale and retail of those pro-
ducts ... Become part of our
"TEAM". NO FEE required
to become a distributor!
* No minimum purchase re-
quirement Quality pro-
ducts and services offered at
competitive prices.
* unique long distance phone
service
* Clear latex-based insecti-
cide coatings, deadly to in-
sects yet safe to humans. Ap-
plications have been labora-
tory tested and proven to ef-
fectively kill insects for
several years.
* Introducing Res-Q 1000
"The Highest Potency
EPA/DHA Omega 3 Marine
Lipid concentrate
available". Ask to see our
reports on this product as it
relates to high blood pres-
sure, cholesterol and trigly-
ceride counts regression
of atherosclerosis.
* All food tabs The snack
that has benefitted millions
in numerous ways all over
the world ideal for weight
loss; delicious, nutritious,
energy packed food for peo-
ple on the go. Available in
nine delicious flavors.
* Forget everything you've
heard about grocery shopp-
ing! Our coupon supermar-
ket may change the way you
shop for groceries. "I saved
more than 35% on my pur-
chases one month. Let me
show you!"
* Discount catalog thou-
sands of items at our special
prices
* and many, many more
items available to you -
become a distributor today -
Save $$$$ earn $$$$.
Build your own successful
business and sales organiza-
tion. Ask me for details on
our innovative matrix
system.
648-8296
Ransom Hough


' Clerk/typist Experi-
enced construction
secretary for Overstreet
bridge project; Duties in-
clude filing, typing, accounts
payable and receptionist.
Send letter and/or resume to
Reynolds, Smith and Hills,
General .Delivery, Mexico
Beach, FL 32410.
2tp 10/16
Laborer needed in lumber
yard at Johnson's Lumber.
Apply in person. Hwy. 98,
Highland View.
Local insurance position.
Salary plus commissions. No
previous experience re-
quired. For appt. call
785-0586, 9:00 5:00.
2tp 10/9
Experienced waitresses
and bartenders apply in per-
son. The Gibson Inn, Apa-
lachicola.
Avon needs workers 18
years old and up. To buy or
sell. Call 227-1281.
tfc 10/16
SURVEYORS
Rapidly growing Florida
engineering firm with cor-
porate offices in Pensacola
has openings for surveying
personnel in the Apalachi-
cola regional office. Party
chief, experienced rodman,
instrument man and chain-
man needed. All positions
available immediately. Ex-
cellent company benefit
package, includes paid
medical and dental in-
surance, profit sharing plan,"
vacation and holiday pay.
Please apply in person or
send resume to Baskerville/
Donovan Engineers, Inc.,
Gibson Annex, Market St.,
Apalachicola, FL 32320.
Phone 904/653-2183.
2tc 10/9


New Books at Library


The Gulf County Public
Library has recently re-
ceived several new books. A
list of these books is below:
Especially At Christmas
by Celestine Sibley; Trouble-
shooting and Repairing Sa-
tellite TV Systems by Rich-
ard Maddox; Complete and
Easy Guide to Social Secur-
ity and Medicare by Faustin
F. Jehle; Best Games by
Linda Jennings; Cabinet
Making Design to Finish by
Byron W. Maguire; The Last
of the Bush Pilots by Harmon
Helmericks; Crybabies -
Coping with Colic by Marc
Weissbluth; Passing
Through by Louis L'Amour;
You Can Make a Difference
by Earl R. Babbie; His Way -
Unauthorized Biography of
Frank Sinatra by Kitty Kel-
ley; Banishing Fear From
Your Life by Charles D.
Bass; Your Child's Mind by
Herman Roiphe; Human
Anatomy and Physiology for
the Health Science by Shirley
R. Burke; Name Me, I'm
Yours a baby name book by
Lydia Wilen; Southern Is by
Mary N. Kratt; It by Stephen
King; Fatherhood by Bill
Cosby; Regrest Only by Sally
Quinn; Wanderlust by Dan-
ielle Steel; The Berenstain
Bears Go To the Doctor by


Stant Berenstain; and A Hos-
pital Story an open family
book for parents and children
together by Sara B. Stein.


Jeffie Eugene Hayes, Jr.
Jeffie to be Five
Jeffie Eugene Hayes, Jr.
will celebrate his fifth birth-
day October 30.
He is the son of Jeffie
Hayes, Sr. of Port St. Joe.

Copies
at
The Star
306 Williams Ave.
Phone 227-.1278


Say You Saw It In The Star!




SPANISH VILLAS
(Starting Phase II)










NEW! Two bedroom, one bath villa with
garden court! Completely landscaped!
Unbelievably priced at $39,900.00.

5 large lots on Mexico Beach in paved sub-
division with underground utilities. $9,500.00
to $12,500.00. OWNER FINANCING ONLY
$500.00 DOWN, Balance for 10 years.

MEXICO BEACH
HARMON REALTY, INC.
Owner/Seller
9041648-5767


ii1


TUES -OCT 28
2 PM
STONE CRABBER
RESTAURANT
PANACEA, FLORIDA
Two Sales Ordered By:
U.S. MARSHALS SERVICE
(Selzed/Forfelted)
Modern Seafood Restaurant, fully equipped. 2278
&f., 150' on U.S. Hwy.98(3 acres). Built in 1981. Prime
location potential for a real money maker.
INSPECTION: Sun., Oct. 19th, 10-3 PM and ? hrs.
prior to sale.
TERMS: $7,500 down at sale conclusion. Cash, per-
sonal or company check w/bank letter of guarantee.
Bal. within 60 days. Selling with clear title. ALL CLOS-
ING COSTS PAID BY BUYER.
WED-OCT29
11 AM
1 60 WOODED ACRES
W/AIRSTRIP
LEVY COUNTY
Located off Hwy. 4641% miles west of U.S. Hwy. 41.
approximately% mi. SWof Morriston, FL uttering in
eight 20-acre tracts or whole.
INSPECTION: Anytime prior to sale.
TERMS: 10% Down at sale. Balance within 60 days.
Same conditions as above sale, except down pay-
ment.
DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
;'-' "COME PREPARED TO BUY. ..... -
IT MAY SELL CHEAPER THAN YOU T1INI4
(904) 434-0377
LOUIS BOYLESTON
Realty & Auction, Inc.
P.O. Box 12504
Pensacola, FL 32573


ERA PARKER REALTY
C. M. PARKER, Realtor Phone 648-5777

._I A beautiful Wetappo Creek

to "Creekwood Development
,=at "Country Living At Its Best!"


DO" L










( SOLD
/,
\* '* y f. S. ^. / *I- .








I,, N'' -/




Waterfront Lots
$12,500 .

Inside Lots i, ,
8$ 000


, f --. -


Owner financing
$1,000 down, 10%
interest for
10 years.

* Paved streets
* Underground utilities
* 1/2 Acre or more lots
* Plan approval required
* Street Lights
* Paved boat ramps

648-5777


,Sot),l
*Sd
/ _l
$016


BRICK HOME
Owner Is Retiring to Horse Farm!
4 bedroom, 2 bath, central heat and air, located at 1904
Juniper Ave., Port St. Joe. Contact Hughey Williams.
229-8452 or 639-2792 tfc o1016


i


,prwww






THE STAR, Port Si. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16,1986


% acre, gulf front lots,
$55,000 and terms. Gulf view
lots accessible to the beach,
$27,500 with terms. Bay front
lots $33,000 with terms. Call
owner at 227-1539. 4tc 10/16
Unrestricted lot on
Cypress Lane in Mexico
Beach. 87.5' x 125'. $6,000.
229-8533 or 648-8565.
Prime commercial pro-
perty on Hwy. 98 in Port St.
Joe. 2 lots (corner).
Available immediately. For
infor. & inquiries, write to P.
0. Box .820, Port St. Joe, FL'
32456. 3tc 10/16
Indian Pas Beach, 5 lots
and beach cottage, $78,000.
Will divide. Call 904/648-8624.
By Owner: House only 3
yrs. old, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., LR,
DR, Ig. breakfast rm., kit-
chen with Ig. pantry, range &
d.w., inside laundry, cen.
h&a, 2 car garage. Insulated
windows, excel. insulation in
outside walls & attic. $54,500.
229-688. tfc 8/28
1983 2 bdrm., 1 ba. mobile
home on 60x140' fenced lot in
Highland View. Many ex-
tras. 229-6797. 2to n10/9
Approx. 2 acres with pond
on Hwy. 71, has 3 bdrm., 1
ba. home, trailer rental lot
with septic tank and large
cleared garden area. Priced
for quick sale, $30,000, Call
227-1551.
2 bedroom trailer with ad-
dition on 2 lots. Each 60'x130'
in Howards Creek. $12,500.
229-6863. 4tc 9/25

/ :, _


Luxury Dodge van, 1985,
fully loaded. 229-8868.
'86 Olds Cutlass Supreme,
loaded, take up payments.
648-5217.
82 Ford Expo, runs good,
book value $3,000, asking
$1,800 or take up payments.
Call 648-8952.
4tp 10/16
1975 Dodge Monaco. New
battery, good mill car, $500.
229-8717 days, 227-7249 even-
ings.
'83 S15 GMC Jimmy. Call,
648-5217.
'79 Ford Grenada, auto.,
air, 4-dr. Very good cond.
$1,850. 74 Ford Ranger XLT,
auto., air with new topper,,
very sharp, $2,000. 648-8534.
2tc 10/9
1970 Ford Conversion van,
new 303 block assembly,
carpet & panel. $1,495. 1976
Ford lwb pickup, runs good,
$395. 229-6592.
1982 Delta 88 Oldsmobile,
everything power, $2,700, 4
new Michelin tires. Call
904/648-5268 after 5:30.
w4tc 10/9
1976 lwb Chevy truck, .,
ton, new tires, rebuilt
transmission. Call 229-8232.
tfc 8/21




rFor Rent: Hwy. 98, St. Joe
Beach. Furnished 2
bedroom, 2 ba. home. Call
1-784-6837. 3tp 10/16
For Sale or Rent: 3


bedrooms, 2 baths, central
^. "- ~heat and air. Brick home
located in Ward Ridge on 2
lots. $48,900 or $325.00 rent.
Call 229-6224. 2tp 10/16
S -: ., ,., ent: .2 bedroom
Tha Egyptiain. ajxraAM = .a'Beao'HibdSr
were once faced complete- th 6. -to' ho;l;,i820.
ly with marble. month. 648-8398.


HANNON REALTY, Inc.
221 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, FL
(904) 227-1450
FRANK HANNON, Broker
SALES ASSOCIATES
Margaret Hale 648-5659 Roy Smith
Broker-Salesman
Frances Chason 229-8747
HOMES
New Listing: Port St. Joe: Good rental property near downtown. 3
bedroom, 1 ba. 1,800 sq. ft. for $15,500. 3 bedroom, I bath, fireplace,
sundeck. $22,000.
New Listing: Port St. Joe: Charming 2 bedroom, 2 bath home on corner
lot. Carpets, deck, many other features. $34,500.
PORT ST. JOE MUST SELL: Owner transferred. 3 bedroom, 2 bath
home, family room, over 1,500 sq. ft. Make an offer. $62,000.
SImmons Bayou: Large 4 bedroom home with beautiful hardwood floors
& juniper paneling. Lots of trees on 3 acres, 267 ft. of bayfront. Shown by
appt.
White City: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, carport, new roof! Price reduced to only
$34,000.
Mexico Beach: One block to beach, 2 or 3 bedroom, 1 bath, fireplace,
great room, foyer, private patio. $52,600.
Mexico Beach: Tastefully decorated 3 bedroom, 2 bath modular home.
Completely furnished, $56,000.
Port St. Joe: Interesting floor plan, large rooms-in this 4 bedroom, 2 bath
home. Has fireplace in den for winter, screen porch for summer. Owner
will listen to offers. Listed at $59,500.
Mexico Beach: Zoned for trailers, nice shaded lots; walk to beach. Owner
will sell both lots with trailer, or any part separately. Make an offer.
North Port St. Joe: Price Reduced. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, enclosed porch,
carpet, panelling, only $20,000.
Port St. Joe: Good location, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, den with fireplace, new
kitchen. Great yard for children. $49,500.
Oak Grove: Good rental property, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, den, carport. Only
$21,500.
Port St. Joe: Perfect starter home for young couple. 2 bedroom, 1 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.
Port St. Joe: 3 bedroom, 1 bath, on 2 lots, fireplace, carport, real pine
'paneling throughout. 1 mile from Gulf, close to school, church, and town.
Assumable mortgage. $37,200.
St. Joe Beach: Extra large, 4 bedroom, 2 bath home. Brand new carpet,
new kitchen, only 2 blocks from beach. $42,000.
Port St. Joe: Freshly painted frame home 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, covered
patio, carport, outside storage. $43,000.
HIGHLAND VIEW: Doublewide mobile home on nice lot. $7.000.
LOTS
Cape Plantation: Exclusive homesites available close to golf, swimming
& tennis, underground utilities. From $16,000. Owner financing.
Cape Plantation: Acre zoned commercial, excellent restaurant location.
$45,500.
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.
Stonemill 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.
RENTALS
St. Joe Beach: 1 bedroom house, partially furnished, Gulf view. No pets.
$225.
Port St. Joe: 3 bedroom, 1 bath, good location, no pets. $325. *
Mexico Beach: 3 bedroom, 1 bath, deck, $275. No pets.


For Rent: Small trailer,
fully furnished, ideal for 1 or
2 persons. 648-8481. tfc 10/9
2 bedroom mobile home
furnished, $185 per mo. plus
deposit. Available 11/1/86.
Rustic Sands Campgrounds.
648-5229. tfc 10/9
12'x65' house trailer, 1
.block from the beach in Mex-
ico Beach. Absolutely no
children, no pets. $225 per
month. 648-8562. 2tc 10/9
On the Beach! Quaint 2 bd.
1 bath cottage near pier.
$225.00 monthly. Completely
furnished. References re-
quired. (904) 385-7368.
4to 10/9
For Rent: New mobile
home. Furnished for one or
two people. No pets. Court
St., St. Joe Beach, one block
to beach. $275 Call 229-8549.
tfc 10-2
House for Rent or Least:
Unfurnished 3 bedroom, 2
bath brick home on 2 lots.
Central H&A, double car
garage, short walk to beach.
St. Joe Beach. Call 227-1457
or 648-5351. tfe 10-2

RENT TO OWN or sell or
rent. All new St. Joe Beach
property with choice of 2 and
3 bedroom mobile homes
furnished or not all hardwood
siding, Central AC, skirted
with two porches each. One
14 by 54 2 bedroom can be
installed on your lot. Call
Hosswood Estates 648-5060.
tfc 10-2
Mexico Beach: Super nice
large duplex. 2/1. Ceiling
fans, cen. h&a, walk to shop-
ping & beach. $285 per
month. 1-575-3624 p.m. or
1-385-7714a.m. tfc 9/11
Room for Rent: By day.
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel 229-8723. 302
Reid Ave. :fc.4/17

Office space now available.
Just remodeled. 304 Third
Street, Port St. Joe. Con-
tact Wayne Stewart, P. 0.
Box 6479, Tampa, FL 33608-
6479 or call 1-813-830-4985.
tfc 8/14

FOR RENT: 1985 Ford
555-A tractor, 4 wheel drive
backhoe, front end loader,
forklift. 229-6736.-
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: Mini-warehouse
storage. For more informa-
tion call 229-6200. tfc 7/3
For Rent: Warehouse
space with office. Approx.
850 sq. ft. Suitable for con-
tractor or small service busi-
ness. 227-1100 days only.
tic 8-7
2 bedroom, 1 bath house on
canal, Mexico Beach. Cen.
h&a, furnished, year lease,
$375 month. 648-8586 or
1-725-3616. tfc 9/11




1976 Bay Liner, 23' with
new loran and chart
recorder. A fresh water boat
in like new condition. $7,200
O.B.O. Can be seen at Mex-
ico Beach Marina, or call
648-5023. tfc 10/16
Johnson 81 outboard
motor, excel, cond. 648-5067.
2tp 10/16
FURNITURE
Maple trundle bed set & 4
drawer chest; vanity with
mirror; dressing table; desk
& chair; Grundig stereo; 2
bedside tables. 648-8349.
30 gal. hot water heater,
$40; (1) 5,000 btu air cond.,
(1) 22,000 btu air cond., with
heat strips. 648-8211.
1974 Pinecrest mobile
home, 12x56', 2 bdrmn., 1 ba.
Unfurnished, $3,000.
648-5844.
15' Bowrider boat, 55
h.p. motor & trailer, $750
O.B.O. Upright piano, wall
furnace, gas spaceheaters,
curtain rods, 2 pr. curtains
and bedspreads. 229-8427.


Formal dresses, long and
tea length. Worn only once.
Size 9-10 thru 14. 229-8868.


LAIsc~.


GAR A A


12' Al. Jon boat, trailer, 7% Moving Sale: Hwy. 98 &
h.p. motor, all good cond. Santa Anna, St. Joe Beach.
$495 firm. See at Mexico Sat., 9 until.
Beach Ser. Center, Mexico Yard Sale, Saturday, Oct.
Beach. 2tc 10/16 18, 9 E.T., 8 C.T., Adding
Marlin 30/30 rifle with 4X machine, tape recorder,
wide field scopre, see linens, new clothing, sm. ap-
through mounts. Like new. pliances, lamps. Rain can-
2294 639. cels. Young's Sea Ranch
Apts., corner Hwy. 98 & 42nd
Female black lab, 9 mon- St., Mexico Beach.
ths old, all shots, has been Yard Sale: Saturday, Oct.
spade. $100 or best offer. 18th, 507 Madison St. 8:00
648-5836. a.m. until. Lots of items,
Roll bar for wide body glasses, clothes (men's,
truck, a real good buy below women's & boy's), toys,
wholesale. See Rick or Bud- puzzles. Rain cancels.
dy, St. Joe Auto Parts. Yard Sale: Fri., Oct. 17,
Would you like to have a 8:30 5:00; Sat., Oct. 18, 8:30
brown & white or a black & 12:00.4 families. Crafts, an-
white puppy, about 3.mos. tique dresser & bed, fur-
old of mixed breed (white nature, plants, misc. items,
German shepherd & long good clothes. Graham resi-
haired English setter (mix- dence, Stebel Ave., White Ci-
ed) free? Call 648-5884. ty.
Yard Sale: 107 Monica Dr.,
1983 14' fiberglas fishing Ward Ridge. Oct. 18, Satur-
boat trailer, 9.8 Mercury day, 7:00 a.m.
motor, excel. cond. 904/227-
1719. 2tc 10/9 3 Family Garage Sale:
Men & ladies, check this out!
12'x60' Vintage mobile Shop tools, garden tools,
home. 2 bedroom, 1 ba. Must plumbing tools, 30 ft. TV
see to appreciate. Call antenna w/rotor, portable
229-8715 after 5:00 p.m. 2tp screen porch, fire place
Travel trailers for sale, 16 equipment & screen, lawn
to 21 feet. Rustic Sands Cam- mowers, 19 cu. ft. freezer,
ground. 648-5229. tfc 10/9 stereo, furniture, bamboo
shades, toys, elec. ap-
30 gal. electric hot water pliances, grill, 19 ft.
tank, like new, $60. 648-5229. "TRANS VAN" motor home,
tfc 10/9 completely redecorated, low
12'x65' trailer with 12'x14' mileage, a/c; solid maple
add-on rpom. Cen. h&a. In- canopy bed, 21 cu. ft. side by
eludes all furniture, except side refrigerator, thru the
beds. In excel, cond. $7,500. door ice & water.
Contact Eugene Raffield, Saturday, Oct. 18 or Sun.
229-8035 or 229-8667. 19th, if it rains. 2nd house on
2tc 10/9 Arizona Dr., off 386A, Mex-
SPECIAL ico Beach. 648-8868 or
Pre-Engineered metal 648-8223.
buildings, Designed for cornm-
mercial, industrial and agri--
culture. Financing arrang-
ed. Call for free estimate. Need a full time baby sit-
-. ter? Children over 2. Call
2.... .. :4 / 2 ,5 tfc 10/16
Need Mary Kay Come Will clean house, baby sit-
tics? To reorder, call ting, sit with elderly, odds
904-648-5048, Donna K. Keith, and ends. 227-1630.
Professional Beauty Consul- and ends 2271630
tant, P. 0. Box 171, Poit St. Do you need any type of
Joe, FL 32456 4tp9/25 condo.,' house or business
1985 18'2" Winner' Bass cleaning? If so call me today
Sboat, 150 h.p. Marina and I'll help you. Call
Magnum, s.s. prop, 12-24 volt 639-2763 or 639-2992. Reason-
trolling motor, galv. drive- able rates are offered. Ex-
on trailer, less than 10 hrs. perience is included. Serious
on motor. Many extras. 6 calls only. 4tp 9/25
year warranty on boat. / TOM GARCIA
$9,800. Call after 9 p.m., Licensed General Contractor
648-5483. tfc 9/11 Remodeling, General Re-
pairs, Additions, Porches,
GREENWARE Decks, All Types of
% PRICE SALE Roofing, Painting
at Lucky Owl Ceramics No Job too Small
St. Joe Beach Free Estimates
Corner Santa Anna and 648-8181 or 227-1374
Georgia. Have to make 4tp9/25
room for new greenware. If CERTIFIED LOCKSMITH
you bring your own boxes it Keys made, locks repaired.
will help me. 8 a.m. to 1 Emergency openings, pro-
p.m. every day. fessional security
consultant.
For More Information
HUNTERS ATTENTION Call 648-8187


Carry your lunch the
easy way -
9 Delicious Flavors *
The Nutritional Energy
Food for Active
People on the Go
Call 648-8296


Apple He computer and
accessories. Call 229-8409.
tfc 7/17
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
$25.00 REWARD
for Any Sewing Machine
We Cannot Repair
SPECIAL $9.95
to clean, oil and adjust ten-
sion on your sewing mach-
ine. We guarantee your
machine can sew on any
fabric.
The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
227-1151
tfc 6/7

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


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

DRESSMAKING &
FAMILY CLOTHES
CONSTRUCTION
Home Decorator Sewing
Monogramming & Decora-
tive Machine Embroidery
Call Louise Varnum
227-1469
2tc 10/16

THE SAND DOLLAR PIZZA
and SANDWICH SHOP
MEETING & PARTY
ACCOMMODATIONS
AVAILABLE
229-8900
Mon. Fri.
10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
tfc July


25% off
All
GREENWARE
& BISQUE
*
Elizabeth's Ceramics
6 miles south of Wewa
on Highway 71
Sale Good Thru Christmas


,nk it was something I ate



kills bugs for
up to six months,

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


CARPET

CLEANING


-SAVE-



25%
-With This Ad-
And Get Teflon
Carpet Protection
FREE
*FREE Estimates*
Call Us Today!

CUSTOM
CLEAN
(904) 648-8891
Port St. Joe
Owned & Operated By
Carole & Bill Franklin


SERVIC1


Psychological services for
,anyone with problems in
day-to-day living. Gulf Coun-
ty Guidance Clinic, Port St.
Joe. 227-1145 (24 hours)

FREDDY THE
HANDYMAN
Carpentry & Painting
Free Estimates
Call 229-6288 or
639-2990
RR0049057
2tp9/18


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



Additions Decks
Remodeling Roofing
AAA
CONSTRUCTION
Dependable Quality
Workmanship
Mike Higdon Rod Allen
227-1715 229-8942
Licensed Contractors
^4x4.


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of


Fishing Tackle
HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue
tfc 7/4


Do you need a good,
dependable cleaning maid.
Call 229-8751, ask for Connie.
2tD 10/9
Have Singer, will sew!
Minor repairs, jeans rebuilt,
simple sewing. 115
Pinewood, Rustic Sands,
Mexico Beach. tfc 9/4

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
PAYS TRY IT!!
Call 227-1278

USRY'S CONSTRUCTION
Roofing & Additions
General Repair Electrical
St. Joe Beach
648-8846
8tp 8/21


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


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


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


The Sewing Room

0 s 410 A Reid Avenue A%
p9^ Port St. Joe, Florida O71
'Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"







Southern Erectors, Inc.
EQUIPMENT RENTAL
BOOM CRANES AIR COMPRESSORS
BACKHOES WELDING EQUIPMENT
DUMP TRUCKS
.J.-a 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 tc e


PAGE NINE


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


DEPENDABLE
CABINET COMPANY
Quality craftmanship,
courteous service, afford-
able, guaranteed. Resi-
dential, commercial. Free
estimates.
1-784-7396
tfe 9/4




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


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!




F4



Sears Catalog Sales

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







ETHE STA, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16,1986


FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that p
to Section 865.09, Florida Stat
undersigned person intends to
with the Clerk of the Circuil
Gulf County, Florida, four wee
thflrst publication of this no
fletitious name or trade nan
which they will be engaged in f
and in which said business Is t
ried on,to-wit:
MARGIE M. KELLEY RE.
P.O. Box 156
Port St. Joe, Florida 34
Margie M. Kelley, Brok
Owner

FICITIrOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that p
to Section 865.09, Florida Stabt
undersigned person intends to
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Gulf County, Florida, four wee
the first publication of this no
fictitious name or trade --
which they will beengaged in
and In which said business Is
tried oni, to-wit:
DOUGLAS LANDING SUz
d/b/a Wewa Marine Cen
P. 0. Box 970
Second Street next to City
Wewahitcha, FL 324
Owner: Russell Dowlin

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCE
S HIE STATE OF FLORIDA,
FOR GULF COUNTY
PROBATE Dr
Case Numb
: IN RE: THE STATE OF
WILLIAM "OGER JENKIN
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA
SThe administration of the I
SILLIAM ROGER JENKINS,
-:t*: ad, file number "842 is pending
'*. aircuit Court for Gulf County,
Probate Division, the address
is the Gulf County Courthouse,
Joe, Florida 32456. The names
n of the personal repres
and the personal representat
Storey are set forth below.
.: All interested persons are r
Stoflle iththis Court WITHIN
MONTHS OF THE FIRST PU
TION OF THIS NOTICE;
: (1) all claims against the
and
(2) any objection by an in
person to whom this notice wa
that minlenges the validity of
.he qualifications of the
representative, venue, jurisd
S the Court.
.ALL CLAIMS AND OBJE
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FO
BARRED.
Publication of this Notice t
October 16, 19M6.
ft onal Representative:
DORIS M. JENKINS,
S Personal Representative
P.O0.Box 449
Wewahitchka, FL 32465
FITZPATRICK & BARRON
Attorney for Personal Repres
By: /s/ PATRIA F. MAULDE
300 East Fifteenth Street
Panama City, FL 32405
904/7694181
HUTTO, NABORS & BODIFO
By: /s/ LARRY A. BODIFOR
P.O. Box 2528
Panama City, FL 32402
904/7683-9m

LEGAL NOTICE
* usedfi tW kg r o
at 9:00 a.m. EST on October 31
the Gulf County Courthouse.
CORA SUE ROBINSON,
Supervisor of Elections
Gulf County
: NOTICE OF INTENDED AC
THE GULF COUNTY SCH
BOARD
Purpose and'Effect: The Gulf
.School Board proposes to am
adopt Pupil Progression Plan
as provided for in the Admini
S Procedures Act, for the purpo
S Singing said policies into cor
with Florida Statutes, State I
Education Rules, and revised
requirements.
Summary: The following see
S the Gulf County Pupil Pro
Plan will be revised.
Page
4.D. General Procedur
-5.D. General Procedun
S ll.C. Transfer Students
.C.l Transfer Students
14.C. Promotion of Stud
14a., Basic Skills Progi
i 5.V.II. Promotion of Stud
16.VII.4. Promotion of Stud
n.Vm .A.. Promotion of Studc
17.vmLB.;:Prpimnotn of Stud
P i romotlog of Stud
11 .1I. Promotion of Stud
18.D.4. Promotion of Stud
22.1.1. Requirements for


Graduation
pursuant i23.B.1. Requirements for Gradu-
utes, the ation
register 23a.B.3. Definitions of Credit
t Court, 24.2 Exceptional Student
ek after Gi'aduation Requirements
twice, the 26.(1) 1.44.5 and 1985-86 School
A under Years
business .(1) 194-45 and 1985-86 School
o becar- Years
28. g194-5 and 19 6 School
ALTY Years
3. IM45 and 198546 School
5g Years
mr, 31.8. 1984-85 and 1985-88 School
Years
4t 10/16 33.3.h. Accelerated Graduation
34.4 Adult Education
Economic Impact: These proposals
pursuant will result in no direct costs associated
tes, the with implementation.
register IF REQUESTED, A HEARING WILL
it Court, BE HELD AT:
eks after Time: 5:30 P.M., E.T.
tce, the Date: Tuesday, November 6,1986
w under Place: Board Room, Gulf County
business School Board Office, Gulf County
o be car- Courthouse, Highway 71, Port St. Joe,
UKm FL 32456.
der The entire text of the proposed rules
can be inspected during regular office
Hall hours at the Gulf County School Board
5 Office, Gulf County Courthouse,
Highway 71, Port St. Joe, FL
g Special legal authority under which
4t 10/16 the adoption is authorized and the law
being implemented and interpreted
FOUR- are made specific.
UIT OF The addition and changes are propos-
IN AND ed by Barbara Shirley-Scott, Director
of Instruction, and approved for con-
IVISION sideration by B. Walter Wilder,
her 42 Superintendent.
NS Amendments:
Page
TION 4.D. General Procedures
state of 5.D. General Procedures
deceas- 11.C. Transfer Students
g in the 11.C.1 Transfer Students
Florida, 14.C. Promotion of Students
ofwhich 14a. Basic Skills Program
Port St. 5.II. Promotion of Students
Sand ad- 16.VII.4. Promotion of Students
tentative 17.VIII.A.2. Promotion of Students
ive's at- 17.VIIL.B.I. Promotion of Students
18,C.1 Promotion of Students
required 18.D.1. Promotion of Students
rT18HR lD.4. Promotion of Students
UB CA- 22.B.1. Requirements for
Graduation ,
Estate, 23.B.I. Requirements for Gradu-
ation
terested 23a.B.3. Definitions of Credit
mailed M4.2 Exceptional Student
the will, Graduation Requirements
personal 26.(0) 194-85 and 1985-86 School
fiction of ) Years
ictionof 27.(1) 1984-85 and 1965-86 School
ACTIONS Years
REVER 28. 1984-85 and 1985-86 School
I Years
egan on 29. 194-85 and 1985-8 School
,an Years I
31.8. 198445 and 198546 School
Years
33.3.h. Accelerated Graduation
34.4 Adult Education
2t10/16
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
entative the below titled Ordinance will be in-
N produced and read in full for the first
time at the regular city Commission
meeting October 21, 1986.
The City Commission of the City of
)RD Port St. Joe, Florida at its regular
1D meeting on November 4,1986, at 8:00
P.M., E.S.T., in the Municipal
Building, 305 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe,
Florida, will consider for final adop-
4t 10/16 tion the ordinance with the following
title:
ORDINANCE NO. 170
AN ORDIANCE AMENDING SEC-
n ORDINA N. N-
1, 198 at ITLED: "AN ORDINANCE AK-
16 at ING IT UNLAWFUL FOR THE
OWNER OR OCCUPANT OF ANY
PREMISES TO ALLOW GARBAGE,
YARD TRASH, FILTH, OR OTHER
It 10/16 TYPES OF REFUSE TO AC-
CUMULATE ON HIS PREMISES;
ACTION PROVIDING FOR THE COLLEC-
IOOL TION AND DISPOSAL OF GARBAGE
WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS
If County OF CITY OF PORT ST. JOE; PRO-
end and HIBITING REMOVAL BY PERSONS
policies, OTHER THAN EMPLOYEES OF
istrative THE CITY, OR PERSONS OR FIRMS
se of br- PROPERLY AUTHORIZED BY THE
mpliance CITY COMMISSION, REQUIRING
Board of GARBAGE CANS; PROVIDING A
I district RENTAL RATE FOR COMMERCIAL
TYPE GARBAGE CONTAINERS AS
etions of PROVIDED BY THE CITY; PRO-
gression VIDING PENALTIES FOR THE
VIOLATION THEREOF; AND
REPEALING ANY ORDINANCES IN
res CONFLICT HEREWITH." AND PRO-
res VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
All citizens are invited to attend and
lents be heard. A copy of this proposed Or-
ram finance is on file with the City Auditor
lents and Clerk at City Hall, Port St. Joe,
dents. Florida.
dents .BOARD of CITY COMMISSION,,
lents CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLIQRIDA
dents Byt<~// Frank Pate, Jr.,;
lents Mayor-Commissioner
dents Attest: /s/ L. A. Farris,
City Auditor-Clerk


/1I


SPECIAL NOTICE

TO MEMBERS

OF TYNDALL FEDERAL

CREDIT UNION
The Supervisory Committee of Tyndall
Federal Credit Union is conducting routine
accountyveifIcatoqss of September 30,
198 ~~ Of thOeannualaudit. IF you have
not.i- your. quarterly Statement of
Acc SUPERVISORY COMMITTEE
POSt OFFICE BOX N
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, FL 32403-9989

I TYONDALL FEDERAL
CREDITUNION


Shark


Focus
by Sheila Harvey
Mrs. Lewana Patterson
will be teaching a prepara-
tion class at the high school
from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Saturday, October 18 for all
students who plan to take the
ACT exam on October 25;
You are to meet in Room 117,
and if you plan to attend, you
must sign up this week.
Pictures will be taken
Tuesday, October 21 for all
students except seniors
whose yearbook portraits
were taken last Tuesday.
If there are sophomores
and juniors who wish to take
the PSAT-NMSQT exam and
have not signed up to take it,
you may:do so in the
guidance office.
Due to the fact that only
thirteen junior class mem-
bers have sold magazines,
the sales campaign will be
extended through this Fri-
day. All juniors must re-
member the many class


Christian

School

Honor Roll

Faith Christian School has
recently released their honor
roll students for the first six
weeks.
First Grade
All A's
Courtney Allen and Jessica
Quarles.
A&B
Melissa Bone, Griff Gainnie,
Amanda Haney, Lee Goff,
Paul Marks, Brandis Paul,
Stephanie Owens, Chris Ro-
bershaw, Wayne Summers,
Jason Shoaf, Jeff Schweikert
and Bonnie Young.
Second Grade
All A's
Wesley Cooper, Shana Ham-
mock and Nathan Marks.
A&B
Kate Jackson and John
Layne.
Third Grade
All A's
Brigette Godfrey, Amy Goe-
bert and. Jennifer McNeill.
A&B
Meghan Allen, Ryan Allen,
Kim Franklin, Jim Gander,
'tro .Kelly U Id Christy Todd.
Foirtkh Grade
A&B
Ashley -Allen, John Murphy
and Crissy Walker.
Fifth Grade
A&B
Brant Bizek, Eric Monteiro,
Roman Northcutt, Traci Peif-
fer and Michael Schweikert.
Sixth Grade
A&B
Bert Cain and Mark Willis.
Eighth Grade
A&B
Michelle Willis.


Sheila Harvey

activities that they will need
the money for, and at this
time there is not much
money raised. So, all of you
juniors try and sell at least
one magazine by this Friday..
It is now time to announce
the '86 Homecoming Court.
They are: LaDonna Boykin,


Gulf County Schools have
recently released their menu
for the week of October 20
thru 24.
Monday, Oct. 20
Chicken, applesauce, Eng-

L.


- Public Notices -


Gulf County.
School Lunch


lish peas, rolls, milk and rice
with gravy.
Tuesday, Oct. 21
Batter dipped fish, cole
slaw, lima beans, cornbread,
milk and tartar sauce.


Wednesday, Oct. 22
Lasagna, tossed salad,
mixed fruit, bread and milk.
Thursday, Oct. 23
Hoagie sandwich, lettuce,
tomato, onion, French fries,
bun, milk and cookies.
Friday, Oct. 24
Tuna macaroni salad, to-
mato wedge, lettuce, apple
crisp, saltines and milk.
Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.


VICA Club Organized,

Names Officers for Year


PAGE TEN


Liz Duncan, Neva Golson,
Kimberly Harvey, Teresa
Jones, Randi McClain, Tam-
my McGee, Paula Ramsey,
Emily Six, Nancy Stouta-
mire and Laura Van Pieter-
som. Congratulations to you
all.
This year Homecoming is
October 24, and the Sharks
will be playing the Pensacola
Catholic Crusaders. One of
the activities for homecom-
ing week is a door judging
contest, and prizes for the
best looking door will be
given to first, second. and
third place winners. The
doors will be judged between
9:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
Friday, October 24. So
everyone work hard and
make your door the best.
The theme for homecom-
ing this year is "Songs," and
with that in mind everyone
will be working diligently to


make his float the best. To all
classes, clubs, and other
groups; you must get those
entry forms filled out and
turned in to Commander
Humphreys no later than
October 21. You do not have
to pay for an entry fee this
year. Winners will be an-
nounced during halftime at
the homecoming game.
The Student Council has
planned these activities for
homecoming week: Monday,
Wear your clothes inside out
day; Tuesday, dress up day;
Wednesday sign a t-shirt
day; Thursday Beach bum
day; and Friday purple,
white and gold day. Student
Council is also planning a
homecoming dance.
The Sharks play the
Blountstown Tigers tomor-
row night for our last out of
town game of this season.
Thegame begins at 8:30 p.m.


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


Year In and Year Out You Will Do Well With


HANNON INSURANCE

Agency, Inc.

The Insurance Store Since 1943


Auto Home Business Life

Flood Bonds Mutual Funds

8:30 till 6:00 Monday through Friday

221 Reid Avenue Phone 227-1133

We Are HERE to Service What We Sell


ROY SMITH, Agent


Eddlie Julius -?

Promoted
Eddie Julius, III was re-
cently promoted to the rank
of E4 in the U.S. Army.
Eddie is presently station-
ed in Korea where he was
awarded the Army Achieve-
ment Medal for taking over
the F.D.C. for his section as
chief.
A 1985 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School, he isthe son.
of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Julius.


Sgt. Russell Named Non-Comrn
of the Year by U.S. Army
Army Sgt. Douglas Rus- duty performance, job kn
sell, Jr., son of Vera M. ledge, leadership quality
Russell of Panama City, has significant self-improvem
been named noncommission- and other accomplishment
ed officer of the year. His wife, Victoria, is


Russell is a supply special-
ist with the 524th Mainten-
ance Company, West Ger-
many.
The selection was based on
the individual's exemplary

Tech. Sgt. Kee

Has Retired


The U.S. Air Force has
announced the retirement of
Tech. Sgt. Harold E. Kee, son
of Julian Kee of 811 Thomas
St., and Carnetta Kee of 226
Olivia St., both of Key West,
after 21 years service.
Kee served as an operations
systems management super-
visor at Barksdale Air Force
Base, La., prior to retiring.
,His wife, Air Force Staff
Sgt. Sabrina D. Kee is the
daughter of John W. and
Oneida Whitley of Port St. Joe.


FRANK HANNON, Agent


"I knew I could use the
extra help, but I just wasn't
ready to give up my
independence. Thanks to
the Personal Care Section
at GulfPines Hospital, I can
enjoy life again."


ow-
ies,
;ent
nts.
the


daughter of Mal'and Elease
McCullough of Port St. Joe.


DEVELOPERS,
CONTRACTORS,
HOME BUILDERS
Do You Need
Design & Drafting
Plans & Specs
Plot Plans
Energy calculations
Project planning
Construction
Management
THORNTON
ASSOCIATES
(904) 648-5142
Guaranteed Results
Reasonable Rates
RG0045624 ER0010245
8tp8114


The Personal Care Section. It's a new concept in health care.
Now seniors and those requiring the additional health care support
of a hospital can get the special attention they deserve-without
sacrificing their independence.
The Personal Care Section at Gulf Pines Hospital is uniquely
designed to accommodate residents needing various levels of care.
The Personal Care Section offers each resident private room and
bath accommodations plus optional meal, TV and phone service.
The Personal Care Section is a quiet and peaceful alternative to
convalescent care. And for short or long-term personal care, it is the
most likely choice in meeting the immediate health care needs of
today's seniors. With Personal Care facilities located within the
hospital, residents have access to all medical services provided by
Gulf Pines Hospital.
So, if you or a family member are in need of medical support or
attention, and you're ready to start enjoying life again, find out how
the Personal Care Section can truly change your life for the better. For
further information contact: the Administrator or Nursing Director at
Gulf Pines Hospital, (904) 227-1121.


Gulf Pines Hospital
Another Basic American Medical Company
102 20th Street
Port St. Joe. Florida 32456
227-1121


An Affiliate Of
Health Care Management Corporation


The VICA Club of Port St.
Joe High School has recently
organized for this school year
with 28 students participat-
ing at the state national
level.
This years officers are:.
president, Michael Richter;
vice president, Ken Tharpe;
secretary, Roy Wood; trea-
surer, Gregg Linton; parlia-
mentarian, Shannon Pate;
chaplain, Eddie Haddock and


Eddie JUlius. III


"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
6:00 P.M.,................. Evening Worship Service
WEDNESDAY:
6:00 P.M. ......................... Young People
7:00 P.M......................... Prayer Meeting
Pastor Fred A. Goebert Church Phone: 229-6707
Sponsor of Faith Christian School
Three year old, Kindergarten through Eighth Grade
52t 1/23/86


PLUMBING PROBLEMS?


Custom Plumbing Installation


STOKES PLUMBING COMPANY
P.O. Box 274
Mexico Beach, Fl. 32410
(904) 648-8353
RF 0042744
Single &
New Multi Family
Construction Dwelling

HOT TUBS WHIRLPOOLS


Be there!
"God is our refuge and
strength, a very present help
in trouble." Psalms 46:1


Catch the S krit
( THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH


reporter, Lee Keith.
Following the elections on
Friday, October 10, the club,
along with principal Edwin
Williams, enjoyed a meal at
Glenn's Barbeque.
On November 7 the club
will be attending the district
meeting at Tom P. Haney
school to elect district offi-
cers where Ken Tharpe will
be vying for office of vice
president.





FOR QUICK RESULTS, SELL
IT WITH A CLASSIFIED AD
CALL 227-1278


It l





-~ .- i


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

^F.: ^BE;, Wf




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


Prices Good Oct. 15-21


'LB.




PREMIIUM'GRAD FES


. . Lb.
. . Lb.
....... Lb.
. ... 12oz.
.*....... Lb.
.... .. Lb.
.. 10 Lb.



98C
$328

88C
$128

78C
$198
$498


MORRELL'S GOLDEN LEAN
Pre-Sliced Turkey Ham.......
HENRY'S HICKORY HOUSE
Sliced Slab Bacon ...........
IGA TABLERITE REG. OR THICK
Sliced Bacon ........... ...
LYKES SLICED
Cooked Ham ...........
IGA REG., THICK OR BEEF
SlicedBologna..........
BRYAN'S REG. OR BEEF
Corn Dogs ................ ..
IGA HOT OR MILD
Pork Sausage ..............


. . Lb.
..... Lb.
.... 12 oz.
........ 12 oz.
....... Lb.
....... Lb.
..... Lb.


:SE L D B I U S I I O DC T E L D L I U S I 1O E S N P A D B D O S C


CHARMIN
TISSUE
4 Pack


590
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE
DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


LARGE
EGGS
DOZEN


WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE
DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


wII


DETERGENT
AJAX
42 Ounce


59c
ITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE
DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


DONI' O OE CE.


DIRY EP*TME


6oz. 89
16 oz. 89.
6oz. 89
$189
12/4oz. $189
.. ears $129
4% bs. $109
24 ct $185
% gal. rnds. $189



61/88 0

2/88

$129

790
$109


Crystal Hot Sauce....................
Hormel Chili with Beans .......
Red Cheek Apple Cider...............
Swansdown Cake Flour ...............
Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk ..
Kraft Marshmallows... . .....
Bruce Cut Yams ....................
Bruce Whole Yams........... .... .
El Paso Taco Dinner .................
Heinz 57 Steak Sauce ................
Glad Small Garbage Bags .............
Glad Large Kitchen Bags ...........
IGA Fruit Cocktail....................
Martha White Grits...................
Reynold's Aluminum Foil ........... .
NABISCO

NILLA WAFERS.....
NABISCO

OREO COOKIES ....


. .
U.S


btls. 3/ 1.00


....
. .
. I
* .
. I
. .
...I
I..I
*...
..II.
S. .I
IIII

....
....
* .


12 oz.


S15 oz.
* 64 oz.
. 2 lbs.
* 14 oz.
* 16 oz.
. 29 oz.
* 17 oz.
. 94 oz
S10 oz.
. 30 ct.
. 45 ct.
S16 oz.
S16 oz.
* 25'

$1


69C
$1.39
$1.31
$1.53
790
880
70c
$1.75
$2.19
$1.25
$2.79
69"
2/881
590


.49


20oz 2.19


Red Delicious, Gold Delicious,
Red Rome. Johnathan,
Mcintosh

APPLES 3 Ib. bag
Washington State Red & Gold Delicious
Fancy Apples .......

Bartlett Pears .... 4

Satsuma Tangerines 10
Georgia Red
SWEET 3

POTATOES tr


990

lb. 59

for 89C

for 99C


Florida
NAVEL 6-$ 3

ORANGES -/

Canadian Rutabagas Ib. 29'

Green Cabbage. 4 Ibs. $100

Cello Carrots. 2 ib.baes 69


California
ICEBERG

LETTUCE


head 59


I UI


QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED


$218
$148
$138.
$228
$138
$178
$109


DINING TREAT
POT
PIES


5/880
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE
DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE


I FROHN OOD r


UI


I BKER DPAI ME


I


.


... v






THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16,1986


PAGETWELVE


, .


S., POSTER WINNERS: These cmanrewu wn uu puacr con-- row, from left: Nikki Conrad, Amber Conley, Alicia Nagy
test at Highland View Elementary School-held recently to and Jill Bryan. Second row: Tina Littleton, Jayce Sellers,
publicize their Carnival to be held Saturday. Pictured, front Becky Carr, Kendra McDaniel and Jennifer Clark.


H.V. Halloween Carnival Saturday


.The annual Highland View
Elementary Halloween Car-
nival will be held this Satur-,
day, October 18th. A parade
at 12:45 p.m. starting at the
Highland View Baptist
Church will kick off, the
festivities with the carnival


following from 1:00 4:00
p.m.
A costume contest will
begin at 1:00 in the school's
auditorium with prizes being
awarded to first, second and
third place winners in three
categories.


The carnival, sponsored
by the Highland View PTA,
promises lots of games,
prizes andfood for the enjoy-
ment of those attending.
POSTER WINNERS
Fourth grade: Alicia


Nagy, 1st; Nikki Conrad, 2nd
and Amber Conley, 3rd.
Fifth grade: Kendra Mc-
Daniel, 1st; Jennifer Clark,
2nd and Jill Bryan, 3rd.
Sixth grade: Tina Little-
ton, 1st; Jayce Sellers, 2nd
and Becky Carr, 3rd.


What Does Grace Mean?


What does "grace" mean?
And how- unconditional is
God's grace?
. To begin with, grace is that
unbelievable attribute of
God, which makes it possible
for us to be acceptable to'
him. If it were not for God's


grace none of us could ever.
hope to earn a placp in his
presence.
This divine attribute seems
to be unbelievable because it
'is totally different. from the
human form of grace. Grace
for us is selective, with many


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. and Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
SUNDAY SCHOOL 945 AM
WORSHIP SERVICE 11 00 A.M. & 7-00 P M
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) 6 00 P M
-MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) 7.00 P M
Nursery Provided JIMMY CLARK, Pastor


YOUR

SON
He specializes in allergies and real estate investment trusts.
Isn't he a member of Tyndall Federal Credit Union?
If he is, then you can jdin!
Because if anyone in your immediate family is a Tyndall Federal
member, you're eligible to join too. We're talking about your
spouse, your children, your grandchildren, your parents. your
grandparents, your brothers and sisters-even your in-laws!
So what are you waiting for! Don't you want low interest rate'
loans? And high-dividend savings? And $ure Chex, the checking
account that pays interest yet has no fees or minimum balance
requirements? And a Visa card with no annual fees and the lowest
interest rate in Northwest Florida? And Genie the Touch-Tone
Teller? And XPress Chex? And "Memibers Only" Car Sales?
We could go on and on with solid, financially sound reasons you
should switch to lyndall Federal, but we'll
just add one more:
Dollars for United Way!
If you join now, and ask your member-
relative to sponsor you, we'll donate your $1 membership fee to the
United Way.
Let's contribute big! Now's a great time to join!

CTYNDALL FEDERAL 'NCu
,4/ CREDITUNION --s- s-A"
PANAMA CITY TYNDALL AFB PARKER
PORT ST. JOE 769-8921


conditions appended. Even
when we tryto think of God's.
grace, we tend to believe that
there must be a lot of strings
attached. That's why so


he himself had come to call,
not the righteous, but the
sinners: When any of us
hears the call, and responds
by coming to the Lord, his


TOWARD

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


.many people delay their
return to God they can't
believe that the Lord could
possibly accept them.
Being unfairly selective is
a human failing. Little chil-
dren say, "I won't be your
friend if you don't let me play
with your ball." Young men
tell girls, "I can't believe you
love me ift you don't prove
it." Adults say, "You can't
join my club because you
wouldn't fit in." And so it
goes with our selective.
grace.
A large percentage of our
people live in neighborhoods,
attend schools, and have jobs
that are not of their, choice
because of the selective rules
of grace in our society. And
some people are turned away
from Christian fellowship for
the same reasons.
Selective rules in society
may have some value, be-
cause they do establish and
maintain order for all or us.
But we know from experi-
ence that class distinctions
can also cause deep distress
and pain. All of this adds to
our distortion of the truth
about God's grace.
Scripture informs us that
God is not a respector of
persons. He welcomes .all
who will turn and come to
him.
The disciples had a hard
time understanding this idea.
At one point he had to tell
them to stop hindering chil-
dren, and permit them to
come to him. This is because
the very act of coming to
Jesus is the action which
releases the free flow of
God's grace. This grace is
free to all who come, it is
unconditional, and it is suffi-
cient for the needs of any
sinner.
Jesus even announced that


grace is released to flood
over our souls.
Though a person may not
"look" like a Christian, nor
behave like one, the act of
coming puts that individual
into unity with Christ and his
church.
Understanding this con-
cept is as difficult for modern
followers of Jesus as it was
for his disciples. We make
the mistake of thinking that
Sanity with the Lord and his,-
chui-Th means 'tile samF
uniformity.
Uniformity means that-we
all look, act, talk, and believe:
the same way. Unity means
that we may inhabit infinite
stages of spiritual maturity,
but we are all living in an
atmosphere of grace, based
on our response to the call of
Christ, and our coming to
him.
Shame on us if we spot
non-Christians solely on the
basis of appearances. That's
too much like the young man
who felt called to a beach
ministry. He said he could
witness to all the sinners in
their skimpy bikinies. There
is always an ulterior motive
behind these kinds of judg-
ments.
But blessed are we when
we realize that we are just
part of that numberless
crowd of thirsty people who
are turning and coming to the
Lord. We all need to drink
from the spring of God's
grace, with its endless flow.
If you are not experiencing
this grace, could it be be-
cause you have not turned to
the Lord? Or have you turned
away from him because of a
feeling of guilt or unright-
eousness? If so, answer his
call right now and come to
him. He is waiting to give you
his gift of grace.


RG0043684


g | Custom -
J Building
to Your

Plans and Specifications



FREE ESTIMATES
20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

"Quality at A Reasonable Price"



NEWMAN'S CONSTRUCTION Co.
Mexico Beach, Florida 648-5668


Child Car Restraint Required


k


children four through five
years of age, a separate


Effective October 1, 1986,
Florida's Child Restraint
Law will be made tougher by
requiring anyone transport-
ing any child five years of
age or younger in a passen-
ger car, van or pickup truck,
regardless of the state in
i which it is registered, to have
the ,child in an appropriate
restraint device.
U Previously, the law applied
only to a parent or legal
guardian transporting their
own child in a passenger car,
van. or pickup truck which
was registered in Florida.
Children three years of age
or younger must be in a
separate, federally approved
child restraint carrier. For


W lFor Orange Coded Reg. $12.50 bx
Correcting Ribbons, 4/bx NOW
DS2-3782-L NOW BX
NI For Olivetti-Lexicon Reg. $7.50 bx
Series-Yellow Coded, 4/bx -'69
DS2-3792-D NOW % BX
Dry, Clear Tape For
Orange Coded Correcting Reg. $13.50 bx
Ribbons, 6/bx (Not shown) 4I
DS2-3782-D NOWPe x



[93M Post-It'"m Notes


Yellow 4" x 6" DA2-659

3" x 4" DA2-657
1-1/2" x 2" DA2-653


Yellow, Ruled
4" x 6"


Reg. $2.00 pd NOW I D

Reg. $1.15 pd NOW 89PD
Reg. $5.20 pk NOW 4pK


DA2-660 Reg. $2.11d NOW 1D


any person cited under this
section may no longer have
the case dismissed by provid-


ing proof of purchase of a
child restraint device prior to
a court hearing.


carrier or seat belt may be
used.
According to Florida High-
way Patrol Director, Colonel
Bobby R. Burkett, statistics
gathered by the Patrol since
1983, when the original law
went into effect, indicate that
the chances of a child being
fatally injured as a passen-
ger in an automobile acci-
dent are reduced by 90
percent if the child is proper-
ly restrained.
Burkett added, "Not only is
it the law, but the use of child
restraints is the best way to
protect the little ones who
cannot protect themselves."
Also effective October 1,

ADVERTISING PAYS!


Cascade
Xerographic Paper
A multi-purpose sheet for xerographic copies,
printing. 20 Ib white.


Reg. $6 85 rm



Reg. $8,70 rm


duplicator or offset


370
NOW RM


470
NOW RM


Avery
File Folder Labels
Self-adhesive, 248 per box, 9/16" x 3-7/16"
White DF1-FF3-WE
Yellow DF1-FF3-YW
Orange DF1-FF3-OE V-. -:
Tan DF1-FF3-TN AVeI.
Lavendar DF1-FF3-LR t
Purple DF1-FF3-PE
Dark Red DFI-FF3-DRD
Black DF1-FF3-BK *"
Coral DF1-FF3-CL --,,-. ,
Green DF1-FF3-GN
Dark Blue DF1-FF3-DBE
Light Blue DF1-FF3-LBE
Reg. $3.55 210
NOW K.


Post-ItT Trays
3" x 4" DA2-C-44-PY

3" x 5" DA2-C-45-PY


Reg. $4.69 ea

Reg. $5.47 ea


Now 34A
NOW 431A


( O0 cj3 Ko-Rec-Type Ribbons
% -Correctable ribbons, black. For machines listed.
LJ Reg. $7.15 ea
S] IBM Wheelwrlter 3&5- 72
Orange Coded DS2.3401-0 NOW EA
Reg. $3.79 ea
[] Xerox Memorywriter- 22
fits Diablo 620 DS2-3011-0 NOW 3 EA
Reg. $4.50 ea
] USwlntec/Olympia ES80- 360
l. Yellow Coded OS2-3046-o NOW EA
Reg. $4.16 ea
VOlvett, ET,21, 201, 221, 3 3
TES 401/501-Yellow Coded DS2-3007.0-o NOW EA
Reg. $2.99 ea
[ IBM Correct. Selectric II-
Orange Coded OS2-3382-0 NOWe1 4"A
Reg. $4.85 ea
IBM Selectric III- 388
Orange Coded DS2-3403-0 NOW 3EA
'ERe .
Ko-Rec-Type Lift-Off Tape
Reg $4.50 ea

[U IBM Wheelwriter 3&5 DS2-3701-L Now3
Reg. $7.29 bx

r XeroxMemorywriter6/bx DS2-370-0. NOW 58x


&Sao FG


1[ The Star Publishing Co.


X O. 306-08 Williams Avenue


OFFICE SUPPLY STORE -


* Printers
* Publishers
* Office
Supplies


Phone 227-1278


,-HGJLAND VIEW

CirCH OF GOD
319 Sixth St, Highland View
"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..... 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 6.00 P.M
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7 00 P.M.
PASTOR REV. ROBERT RATHBUN


Letter, 8-1/2" x 11"
DP1-OD2201
DP1-OX9001

Legal, 8-1/2" x 14"
DPI-OD2204
DPl-OX9004


3" x 3" DA2-654-YW Reg. $.98 pd NOW 76PD
Yellow 2" x 3" DA2-656-YW Reg. $.73 pd NOW 58PD

Yellow 3" x 5" DA2-655 Reg. $1.29 pd NOW 99PD


I


r


"THE CHURCH AFLAME IN PORT ST. JOE"

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

i > HOWARD BROWNING
Pastor


1 1144








IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage of
CHARLES F. HOUSE, JR.
Husband, Petitioner,
And
DANA ELAINE LeBLANC HOUSE,
Wife, Respondent.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Dana Elaine LeBlanc House
c/o Mrs. Risby Bernard
Rt. 1, Box 176
Maurice, LA 70555
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or other response to the Peti-
tion on Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE
P. O. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof in the Cir-
cuit Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida
3$M46, on or before the 6th day of
November, 1986. If you fail to do so, a
Final Judgment for the relief sought
may be granted by Default.
DATED this the 7th day of October,
19M6.
JERRY T. GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
4t 10/9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO. 86-5
IN RE: The Estate of
PARKER G. HART,
deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTEREST IN THE
ESTATE:
SYOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED,
that the administration of the estate of
PARKER G. HART, deceased, file
number 6-55 Is pending In the Circuit
Court of Gulf County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE. Port
St. Joe, Florida 32456. The Personal
Representative 'of the- estate is
NADINE HART APLIN,:whose ad-
dress is 1912 Cypress Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456. The name and ad-
dress of the Personal Representative's
attorney are as set forth below.
All persons having claims, or de-
mands against the estate are required
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the Clerk of the ab Court, a
written statement of any claim or de-
mand they may have. Each claim
must be in writing and must indicate
the basis of the claim, the name and
address of the creditor 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 contingent or unli-
quidated, the nature of the uncertainty
shall be stated. If the claim is secured,
the security shall be described. The
claimant shall deliver suffient copies -
of the claim to the Clerk to enable the
clerk to mail one copy to each Per-
sonai Representative.
All persons interested in the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
iiinistration has been mailed are re-
ired WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST


PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file any objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the
decedents Will, the qualifications of
the Personal Representative, or the
venue or jurisdiction of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
DATE of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration 10+86.
NADINE HART APLIN, Personal.
Representative of the Estate
of PARKER G. HART, deceased
WILLIAM J. RISH
303 Fourth Street
P.O. Box 39
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(904) 229-8211
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY.
Case No. 86-193
CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PORT ST.
JOE, a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
THOMAS EDWARD ULRY, AN-
NETTE W. ULRY. JAMES SAVAGE
and ELIZABETH SAVAGE,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated September 30,1986, and entered
in Civil Case No. 86-193 of the Circuit
Court of the Fourteenth Judicial Cir-
cuit of the State of Florida, in and for
Gulf County, wherein CITIZENS
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION OF PORT ST. JOE is
Plaintiff and THOMAS EDWARD
ULRY.-ANNETTE W. ULRY, JAMES
SAVAGE and ELIZABETH SAVAGE
are Defendants, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at the front
door of the Gulf County Courthouse in
Port St Joe, Florida at 11:00 (Eleven
O'Clock) A.M. EST on the 23rd day of
October, 196, the following described
property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to-wit:
Lot Thirteen (13), Block, Sventy-
Seven (77), of the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida, in accordance with
the official map thereof on file In
the Office of the Clerk of the Cir-
Scult Court, Gulf County, Florida,
together with all improvements
*thereon.
DATED this 1st day of October, 1986.
JERRY T. GATES, CLERK
CIRCUIT COURT,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: /s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
2110/9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE' STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY.
Case No. 86-226
IN RE: The Marriage of
JOSEPH E. BARFIELD,
Husband Petitioner.
and $
CATHERINE M. TERRILL BAR-
FIELD,
Wife Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CATHERINEM. TERRILL BAR-
Louisiana State University
P. O0. Box 16486
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70893
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Peti-
tion for Dissolution of Marriage has


been filed against you seeking a
dissolution of your marriage to Peti-
tioner. You are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any,
to the Petition on Petitioner's At-
torney, Fred N. Witten, 408 Long
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, on
or before October 23, 1986, and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on Petitioner's
Attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the Petition.
DATED this 17th day of September,
1986.
JERRY T. GATES,
CLERK OF COURT 4t 9/25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage of
GEORGE W. BRINE,
Husband, Petitioner,
And
MINN M. BRINE,
Wife, Respondent.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Minn M. Brine
1909 Patrick Henry Circle
Urbana, IL 61801
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED a
Petition. fog Dissolution of Marriage
and disposition of real property
described as:
Lot Three (3), Block One (1), Unit
No. 12, Mexico Beach Subdivision.
Bay County, Florida
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or other response to the Peti-
tion on Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE
IP.O. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof in the Cir-
cuit Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456, on or before the 6th day of
November, 1986. If you fail to do so, a
Final Judgment for the relief sought
.may be granted by Default:
DATED this the 3rd day of-October,
1986,
JERRY T. GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
4t 10/9

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned person intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after
the first publication of this notice, the
fictitious name or trade name under
which they will be engaged in business
and in which said business is to be car-
ried on, to-wit:
TAURUS ENTERPRISES
P. 0. Box 13274
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Harold Bishop, Owner
Roger Stokes, Owner
4tp10/2
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Wewahitchka State Bank will
sell at public auction on the 20th day of
October, 1986 at 10:00 a.m. in the park-
ing lot on the south side of the
Wewahitchka State Bank building in
Wewahitchka, Florida, the following
described property:
1-1986 DT 140 TCLG Suzuki Outboard
Motor ID60855; 1-1981 Skeeter Bass
Boat IDIStewl534M4IH; 1-Trailers
Inc. Boat Trailer Model HP 150L, IDI
IL8IT161XE1510368; 1-Ram Trolling
Motor, Model #434, IDS1389; 1-Low-


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16,1986 PAGE THIRTEEN


- Public Notices


Seventh Grade
All A's
Ivelisse Cosme Berrios and
Chris Watson.
A&B
Norton Arrant, Paige Bow-
en, Pamela Bowen, Scott
Boykin. Bobby Gay, Chris-
tine Hawkins, Rachel Hig-
don, Angela Jennings, How-
ard Langridge, Christopher
Parker, Randy Ramsey,
Michael Rodgers, Kristy
Melvin, Rana Middleton,
Kellie Moree, Patricia Ned-
ley, Swantje Schaffer, Re-
becca Stein, Dana Swatts,
and James Wilder.
All B's
Shannon Smith.
Eighth Grade
All A's
Peter M. Klope.
A&B
Barbara Adams, Jabbar
Alexander, Lisa Atkins, Ra-
mona Cantley, Sharon Cook,
Chris Cox, Kim Davis, Pat-
rick Freeman, Kyle Griffin,
Richard Holley, William
Lewis, Blake Little, Paula
Pendarvis, Chris Roberson,
Kelli Saleh, Wendy Weston
and Calondra White.
All B's
Tammy Capps.
Ninth Grade
All A's
John Parker.

Vet. Office
Will be Closed
The Gulf County Veteran's
Service Office will be closed
October 21 through October
24 for Veteran's Service
Officer Jim Sealey to attend'
a training session in Clear-
water. The local office will
open again Monday, October
27.
For emergencies Mr. Sea-
ley reminds veterans of the
toll free number 1-800-282-
8821.

rance Depth Recorder Model LRG
1500, ID#41609; 1-190 F-150 Ford PU*
ID II5GNJD148S; and 1-1982 Honda
motorcylce, IDPCOOCM0125I6.
Wewahltchka State Bank
by:/s/JoeSt.Clair 10/9


IRODCLGA NEW



EAUMPSO GOOD TRA



DOUBLED THE WARRANTY.


NEW SUPER EFFICIENT XL 1200 WEATIERTRON
HEAT PUMP COMES WITH LIMITED 10-YEAR
WARRANTY ON COMPRESSOR AND COIL,
2-YEARS ON PARTS


Thrusby, Chris Varnum,
Chris Venkler and, Mary
Ruth Wood.
All B's
Tyler Ford.
Tenth Grade
All A's
Hilda Ivette Cosme Berrios
and Michael Ramsey.
A&B
Amy Andrew. Chris Bow-
en. Lance Campbell. Dewan-
na Davidson, Leah Fettinger,
Laney Howell, J. Lee John-
son, Stacy Kemp, Michael
Lewter. Christie Maige,
Mitchell McChristian, Chris-
ty McDaniel, Tracy Melvin,
Daniel Moree, Laura Ridg-
ley, Cyrus Riley, Dell Rudd,
Jomila Saleh, Thomas Sand-
ers, Hannon Smith, Robert
Van Pietersom, Chris Wahl
and Pamela Julius.
,All B's
Robin Kimmel and Jenni-
fer Moore.
Eleventh Grade
A&B
Sherry Creel, Dawn Hol-
loman, Bobbie Langridge,
Lisa Mahlkov, Kelly May-
hann and Doris Sander.
All B's
Susan Chambers.
Twelfth Grade
All A's


High School Honor Students

Edwin G. Williams, princi- A & B Charles Cox, Emily Six and Coffey, Debbie Davis, Donna Randi McCla
pal of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. Larry Byrd, Esther Cox, Nancy Stoutamire. Dixon, Kimberly Emfinger, Moore, Greg(
High School has released the, Mark Godwin. Stephanie A& B April Fadio, Tommy Ford, Paula Ramsey,
honor roll for the first 6 week Howze. Timothy Kerigan. Twila Burns. Paula Byrd, Melissa Handley, Sheila Har- Christina Webe
grading period of the school Kenneth Monette, Chris Re- Kathlene Carrillo, Stephen vey, Bernard Lambeens, Wilder.
year. vell, Jeff Richards, Brad


HENDERSON'S


PRODUCE, SEAFOOD


&l .l OYSTER BAR
Monument Ave. Port St. Joe
Phone 227-7226
HOURS: Mon. Wed. 8-8; Thurs. Sat., 8-9:30
and Sunday 1-7.


WE TAKE
FOOD STAMPS







10 Ihha$150


100


75 &Up


It's an industry first...
Trane's 10-year manufac-
turer's limited warranty.
Now you can enjoy energy,
savings efficiency on year
'round home comfort. Plus,
twice the protection of
most other heat pumps,


supported by our specially-
trained servicemen.
Cut the cost of summer
cooling and winter heating
with the new super efficiency.
of a new Trane Weather-
tron heat pump...
America's #1 selling brand.


DELICIOUS SMOKED MULLET


Golden
BANANAS......


Delicious
WHITE GRAPES


SEE US FOR PERFORMANCE AND WARRANTY DETAILS.



Whaley Heating, Air Conditioning

and Insulation

211 DEPOT AVENUE
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424

904/674-4777







50 million people take confort in it


Fresh
TURNIPS, MUSTARD, COLLARDS
LEVI GARRETT & REDMAN $100
CHEWING TOBACCO... pkg. .

Fresh Whole Mullet ..... lb. 59C
Dressed ...... Ib. 60'


* Fresh Head On Shrimp
* Fresh Pints Apalachicola Oyster.
* Fresh Oysters on Half Shell in
Oyster Bar, Bag Oysters

WE HAVE
ROAD SERVICE
for Truck Tires and do Small Mechanical Work
Batteries & Anti-Freeze_


MILK, RC COLA PRODUCTS, PEPSI, GATORADE, BREAD, MEAL,
ALL KINDS OF FISH & FRESH PRODUCE


in, Carrie
pry Parker,
David Staab,.
r and Jeri


MARTIN CONCRETE

Blountstown, Florida



Cement Contractors


Place and Finish All Types Concrete

, Concrete foundations, footing, floors, patios,
sidewalks, garage floors, airport runways, curves
and gutters, concrete swimming pool gunit cool
deck, room additions, driveways and chimneys,
frame or brick.

You Name It We Do It No Job Too Large
or Too Small


Phone 904-674-5294 or 762-3470..


4/11


b. 69c


I I


1.;












26 ounce LYSOL 89
DIRECT CLEANER ................ 89


OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
GET ONE ROCK-BOTTOM COUPON with
each $5.00 Purchase.
two for $10.00, three for $15.00, etc. Spend your
coupons on weekly Rock Bottom specials and save a
lot, for our weekly specials are worth a lot more.


KRAFT


May'naise
32 oz. jar


GIANT SIZE
CHEER
42 oz.


REAL VALUE Delicious EIGHT O'CLOCK
Ice Cream COFFEE
2 gallon 1 pound bag


CHARMIN
TISSUE
4 roll pkg.


303 size Real Value 399 C
PORK & BEANS ............... 9


WITH 6 ROCK BOTTOM COUPONS


WITH 6 ROCK BOTTOM COUPONS


WITH 6 ROCK BOTTOM COUPONS


WITH 6 ROCK BOTTOM COUPONS I WITH 6 ROCK BOTTOM COUPONS


Quart Size Real Value
UNSWEETENED PRUNE JUICE ....... 88


Family;.Pak Turiey Added
0Gnd. Beef b.
F& a ly Pak All Beef
GROUND BEEF ...

QTRD. THIGHS...
Johnson Family Pak Country
SMOKED SAUSAGE
Family Pak SLICED
SIAB BACON....
' '.. : ha-


15 oz. Real Value 5
CANNED DOG FOOD......... 1 1.00


lb.790

.39

b.


S Whole
or Half
SLAB
Bacon,


/4 Loin
Pork

CHOPS Lb.


Sliced Tray Pak
Smoked 8o o
Picnics Ib. 6


.4


TURKEY
HAM
Halves


990
lb. W


"MRS. HAZEL HARRELL for 10 YEARS SERVICE
as a Faithful Employee of Saveway


We


Bake.


Special Occasion and


r Birthday Cakes to Order
'- -- Professionally Decorated -


Our Hot Deli!
Has A Super Variety of
Delicious Foods Give Us A Try!


- FRESH


Georgia Sweet
Potatoes
Golden Ripe
Bananas


69b

lbs. 9 ,


b. 37


3Lb. Bag New Crop

ONIONS 791


16 oz. Pict-Sweet
BUTTERBEANS,
Purple Hull/ /
* Blackeye PEAS
New Orleans Style Gumbo .....
5 Lb. Ore Ida $49
CRINKLE CUT POTATOES...... $3
Jeno's or Totino
PIZZA ... $1.19
Ught NUvly 3/..
YOGURT. 399
Real Value 10 Ct.
Butter-Me-Not Biscuits ..... I/99
Real Value Lb. 21Q
MARGARINE ............. /OO
Real Value 8 Oz. C
SOFT CREAM CHEESE ........ J


510 Fifth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida


F, -.


29


* a


Delicous D'Anjou

PEARSlb.


0 0


I1.29


-Im M NOW


ill,


F