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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1988
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880


FIFTIETH YEAR, NUMBER 45


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Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People-Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1988


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County OK's Contract to



Prepare Closure Plans


$33,000 Price Tag for Details On How

To Fill Up A Big Hole In the Ground


Gulf County Commission chairman, Doug Birming- Buckhorn landfill site to the specifications of DER.
ham, signs a contract with Baskerville-Donovan Project engineer Ella Brown, with BDE, looks on as
Engineers to provide necessary engineering to close the Birmingham affixes his signature to the document.




Valuations Show $392 Million


Budget time has arrived in Gulf
Coufity, with all government bodies
which levy taxes scheduled to set to
work this coming week at the task of
beginning a new financial plan for the
next fiscal year.


All Gulf county governments fund
on an October 1- September 30 fiscal
ydar.
Property Appraiser Kesley Col-
bert filed his certified appraisal rolls
to all county governments Monday


Candidate Qualifying

Books to Open Monday
County and state potential candidates for office will be officially off
and running Monday at noon, according to Supervisor of Elections, Cora
Sue Robinson.
Robinson said this week qualification books will open in her office
Monday at noon to officially sign up candidates and receive qualification
fees for anybody running for a county office.
"This year, everybody in the courthouse is up for re-election except
the County Judge", Robinson said. Thus far, only Sheriff Al Harrison has
drawn opposition and Robinson says she has had no indication any other
full-time official in the Courthouse will draw any opposition. "However,
you can't tell for sure until the qualification period closes Friday of next
week at noon", she said.
In Gulf County, with the exception of the Courthouse offices, positions
up for election include two school board members and three county
commission members.
The Gulf County School Board has incumbents Waylon Graham from
District Four and James Hanlon in District Three. Both have opposition.
The County Commission will have incumbent A. B. Traylor from
District One seeking re-election. The seats from districts Three and Five .
apparently are open. Incumbent William Branch from District Three has
said he will not seek re-election and a definite decision has not been issued
by District Five Commissioner Eldridge Money at press time. Money had
said earlier he was taking the matter under consideration.
All three county commission districts already have declared
opposition.


morning, which is the official signal to
begin budgets workings.
Colbert's certification showed a
total of $392,216,565 taxable value on
property in Gulf County for the county
and city taxing bodies. The School
Board certified value was slightly
higher because of a tax exemption
S(Continued on Page 5)..


Ray Running

In District 5
Albert "Al" Ray filed intent to run
for County Commissioner from Dis-
trict 5 this week. Ray stated, "I feel
being involved in our community for
the past 17 years has helped me to
.understand the needs and desires of
our citizens."
Al and his wife Donna have three
children Lisa, Lori and Leah. He is a
graduate of Port St. Joe High School
and attended Gulf Coast Community
and Chipola Jr. Colleges. He is
employed by the City of Port St. Joe as
purchasing officer, where he has
served the past eleven years. He has
served as president of the Port St. Joe
Jaycees, president of South Gulf Co.
Unit of the American Cancer Society,
chairman of the Gulf Co. Jr. Miss
Pageant, secretary-treasurer of Port
St. Joe Kiwanis Club.
Al is a member of the First United
Methodist Church having served as
chairman of Administrative Board,
chairman Board of Trustees, Superin-
tendent of Sunday School and District
Board of Missions.


The Gulf County Commission
gave its official permission Tuesday
fbr Baskerville-Donovan Engineers to
Iegin preparation of plans to close the
Huckhorn landfill in north Gulf County
by December 31. The Buckhorn
landfill has been designated by the
Department of Environmental Regu-
lation as not being in compliance with
their operational rules and regula-
ftions and has cited the county for its
continued operation.
The preparation of engineering
plans to close the fill area, setting out
provisions for all requirements of
DER in closing the site will have a
$ $3,000 price tag attached, Ella
.Brown, engineer representative for
BDE, told the Commission Tuesday.
-Brown said plans to fill all four tasks
required by DER will cost $26,000 and
plans to provide a fifth task, which
will allow the county to open another
fill area in the vicinity of the present
Sone:.will cost an extra $7,000.
i ,Brown told the Commission the
DRR order didn't keep them from
filing for another permit to build
another landfill adjacent to the
present fill site to DER specifications.
The present fill was scored by DER
because it didn't have proper drain-
age, and didn't have a liner inside the
pit to prevent leachate of ground

Gardner In

Dist. 3 Race
Jef A. Gardner of Beacon Hill,
announced this week his intention to
seek election as independent' candi-
date for the office of County Commis-
sioner from District 3. Gardner
stated, "I can't promise I'm an expert
on all the issues, nor do I have all the
'magic' answers however, I can
promise a hundred and ten percent
effort."
Gardner is the Public Relations
Administrator for the Port St. Joe
Jaycees, an associate member of the
American Institute. of Architects and
member of the United Indians of
Northwest Florida, Southeast Indian.
Confederacy. He has been employed
as an architectural designer and
consultant to the U.S. Dept. of
Energy, Dept. of Defense and the U.S.
Navy for the past 18 years.
He is a single parent, his fiance is
Constance McPherson of Mexico
Beach. Children are Matthew Alexius
who is seven and Cara Joy who is
eleven months old. His parents are
Lewis L. Gardner, Sr. (USAF retired)
and Chief Little Big Heart (Evelyn) of
the Southeast Indian Confederacy. He
is the nephew of Christine and
Earnest Lightfoot of Port St. Joe.
Gardner is well know locally as
project chairman and architectural
designer for the Gulf County Beacon
Hill Community Park which has been
done on a volunteer basis.


modern, solid rails which force a car back into the roadway if it should get too
Not M uch to Adm ire, Yet close to the banister. The new design also virtually makes it impossible to run
S, through the side of the overpass, due to its unique design.
There isn't much standing back to admire their work for the workmen Workmen have been at work for the past three weeks, removing the old
changing the bridge railings over the Joe L. Sharit Overpass on Highway 98. It's railing on the east side of the overpass. As you can see from the photo, there is
quite a fall onto the railroad tracks and roadbed below if they make a mis-step. nothing left except a few stubs of concrete posts left standing. When the east
Work is progressing rapidly in changing the post and railing banisters side of the bridge is complete, work will begin on the west side, giving it the
which have been on the overpass since it was first constructed, to the new, same treatment.


water through buried solid waste.
Brown's explanation of the coun-
ty's ability to seek another permit
followed on the heels of a refusal by
Commissioner Nathan Peters to vote
approval of the engineering and the
consent order to close the site. Peters
said he felt closing the site would put
the county in a position of not being
able to deal with other sources to


handle Gulf's solid waste "Because
we will have no option but to take their
deal". Peters was referring to a
present deal with Bay county to burn
Gulf's waste in their incinerator at
$15.00 a ton. Peters noted this rate was
running the budget in the red already.
"We've been told the new rate will be
higher and we will be carrying more
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Mayor Bob Jones shows how simple it is to just dial 911 for any
emergency service.



Dial 911

Service Starts Friday for

Mexico Beach Residents
Dialing the numbers 9-1-1 on their telephone will get any emergency
service offered for the people of Mexico Beach after midnight Thursday
night. The beach community will be a part of the Bay County E911
network, which will offer such emergency services as medical, fire,
or police services by dialing the 911 number. The service has been nearly
a year in the decision and installation processes in Bay County.
The E911 system which Bay has installed is unique in that a
sophisticated computer system tells the central answering point where
any particular call for emergency response is coming from and pinpoints
the location of the phone from which the call is being made. The system is
designed to be able to provide emergency response to people in trouble
who can't talk or under such stress they can't respond to questioning. It
also drastically reduces any crank calls.
According to Mexico Beach Mayor Bob Jones, the system will
dispatch all emergency services in Mexico Beach from the Bay County
answering point for 911. "Our emergency alert services have previously
gone through the Gulf County Sheriff's office, but all this is changed
now". Mayor Jones said people who need attention from the emergency
services which aren't emergencies should continue to dial 648-5984. "If
you have an emergency of any kind in the future, just dial 911" Mayor
Jones said.
Mexico Beach is also in the unusual situation of being served by St.
Joseph Telephone and Telegraph Company handling their telephone
service, while the remainder of Bay County (less Tyndall Air Force
Base) is on the Bell System. Mexico Beach 911 calls are automatically
transferred to the Bay County answering points by the St. Joe system,
where the response can be initiated in Bay County.
On the 911 emergency system, residents of Mexico Beach who dial for
response will receive ambulance service from Bay County, Sheriff's
response from Bay County, Police and fire services from their own
Mexico Beach departments.
Any emergency call is immediately relayed to the proper responding
service when the caller dials the number and asks for medical, fire or
police response.
The 911 system is becoming an international emergency call number
and is being introduced to Florida at a fast pace. Several other area
counties have the emergency number service, but not all have the E911,
or enhanced 911 service.
The 911 service is offered at no cost in taxes. The service is
funded-in Bay County's case-by a fifty cent monthly charge on the
telephone. Once the original installation cost has been amortized, the
charge will be altered to provide only operation and maintenance costs.
Florida statutes freeze the telephone charge at no more than fifty cents.


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No Choice
If there's someone who doesn't know, by now, about the
shooting down of the Iranian airliner by an American war ship,
he has been hiding out in a deep mine shaft in Lower Slobovia
for the past two weeks, without seeing the light of day.
If there is somebody who hasn't expressed an idea about
how it could have happened, he (or she) is totally deaf and mute
to the point of being entirely uncommunicable.
With all the supposition about what happened, we find it an
impossible matter to believe that had the captain of the USS
Vincennes even suspected he was shooting at a plane load of
civilian passengers, he would not have shot his missiles. Period.
End of second guessing.
There was much in the news late last week about
comparing the downing of the Iranian passenger jet with the
Russians shooting down the Japanese airliner off the coast of
Korea a couple of years ago. Actually there's no comparison
and we feel that if it is brought up, the Americans will bring it
up to point out the lack of comparison.
The Iranian plane was flying over a war zone with active
engagements actually taking place. We find it hard to believe
that British Airways would have sent flight 606 on its way to
Scotland during World War II during a bombing of London by
Germany, simply because it was time for the flight to leave.
They probably would have delayed the flight until things along
its path cooled down. If the Iranians didn't intentionally send
their plane on its way over an active fire-fight in progress, they
are more stupid than we all gave them credit for.
We may be overly cynical, but we buy the theory the
Iranians staged the whole thing. We have only the Iranians
word the plane was an Airbus with 290 passengers on board. We
have only their word the pictures shown on TV were pictures of
casualties resulting from the action, etc., etc.
We all know the Iranians' word isn't the most reliable
source of information in the world.
The captain of the American ship was still being
second-guessed late Friday of last week about whether he
reacted in the proper manner or not. All those high-powered
military and diplomatic brains still didn't have the answer they
wanted after five days of discussing the matter. The captain pf
the ship had only four minutes to decide all the factors it has
taken five days for others to examine.
It's sad that possibly 290 died, but the captain of the USS
Vincennes shouldn't be saddled with all the blame.


Here Comres the Circus!
The holidays are all over for a couple of months and time
now to get into the serious business of running two circuses this
summer. Summer is usually the prime vacation month in our
country and this year's vacation time will be interrupted by
those two amusement centers, the Democratic and Republican
national conventions.
We can hardly wait. In just a short while we will have all
our favorite TV re-runs., interrupted by the incessant banging of
gavHt@eports from electronic reporters roaming the floors,
speef'afteri speech after speech the suspenseful exercises
of selecting George Bush and Mike Dukakis as the standard
bearers of the two parties in a breath-taking late-night
maneuver which will reveal the selections by their particular
parties like it has a deep, dark secret all this time as to who the
nominee would be.
The only surprise to be witnessed during both conventions
will be to reveal who their running mates will be. By the time
the conventions start, later this month, we'll probably know
who these persons will be.
The two sides have already taken off the soft gloves and
started hammering away with bare knuckles at each .other.
Dukakis is building his public portrait of George Bush as a
wimp. George Bush, on the other hand, is poo-pooing the
strategy saying everyone knows he is the next best thing to
Mike Tison when it comes to political in-fighting.
Actually, if we're going to elect a president to handle our
financial mess, we could pick most any working stiff off the
street, struggling to pay his mortgage, feed his family, make
the car payment and keep his kids in school and he. could give
you the formula for settling our financial problems in a hurry.
Just don't spend more than you take in.


Comments


Hunker Down with Kes


From A Fox Hole to


A Mansion on High

Now, folks, I signed on with this It seems that President Reagan and
newspaper a year or so ago to do a some other ranking officials feel that
harmless story or two about Ricky, our country needs to pay compensa-
LaRenda, Mary E. and the others tion for those Iranians shot down in
back home. Believe me, that's all I'm the Persian Gulf July 3rd. Are we at
trying to do. But somehow, every once war or what? They are shooting at us
in a while, I get side tracked like a and we're shooting at them. Now, I
couple of weeks ago when I got off on don't know where you growed up, but
that communist hussy. I vowed after where I came from that's war. I've
that "no more heavy stuff". We were heard the talk about "tragic
going to get back to those thrilling accident" and "innocent people" for
days of yesteryear. And we're going the past week. Now I may be way off
to, but not today. base, I can get out there as you know
I read something in the paper this but to me an airliner that has
morning that just galls me to no end. mechanical trouble and crashes into


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


by Kesley Coll

the mountains of Japan is a tragic ac-
cident. An airplane full of civilians
that wanders over a combat area
where two countries are engaged in
war and actively shooting at each
other at the time and said plane is shot
down, well, that's not a tragic acci-
dent, that's a side effect of war. It also
is pretty dumb. Or maybe it's pretty
smart. You sacrifice a plane load of
people but you greatly enhance the
war effort. Your people at home get
fired up and America takes another
beating in the eyes of.the world. And
as an extra bonus the U.S. sends you
some money. Will Rogers said years
ago that the best thing s small nation
could do is get into a war with the
United States and lose it,
The Lord knows that we're not
taking human life lightly here. And I
hate the incident happened and I, like
you, feel for those families. But I


THURSDAY, JULY 14,1988


COLBERT
don't like the idea that my country is
being made to feel guilty. And I don't
think we owe them anything. There
were Americans aboard the Lusitania
- anybody apologize to you for that?
Do you remember the bombing
London took during World War II?
People not wearing uniforms were dy-
ing regularly. Some were children.
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A special target of
Port St. Joe's Beautifica-
tion Committee are such
abandoned and unkempt ,
home sites such as thoseel
shown here.
Several such sites can
be found in and around the
city but their existence will
Sbe short lived if thq com-
mittee has their way about -
it.


1. ETAOIN SHRDLU


'By: Wesley R. Ramsey


Black Draught Was Ambrosia Compared to Castor Oil In OJ


I'M ACTUALLY INDEBTED to
Kesley Colbert for this week's column
subject. Kes's "Hunkering Down"
last week talked about his mother
giving him some of that foul-tasting
black draught for everything from a
wart on the nose to athletes foot.
Actually, Black Draught might be
a good remedy for athletes foot, if
you rubbed it on liberally during an
itching attack.
Old Kes does a good job of
remembering the "good old days",
but he's not quite old enough to
remember the days we all want to
forget. Those days came along about
10 to 20 years before the good old days.
The days we would like to forget
came along just prior to and during
World War II and prior. The good
old days came along during- the late
40's and early 50's, with the present


days being the perfect days if they
could be shoved back to the early 50's
and late 40's setting.
We have people who are ruining
what could be the perfect days with
their drug' habits, their so-called
sexual freedom, neighborhoods which
are war zones and the like.
If folks back in the late 40's and
early 50's had our living standard of
today, there would have been no Black
Draught.
If folks during the good old days
had penicillin they wouldn't have
needed mustard plasters, chewing
tobacco poultices and Cloverine salve.
ACTUALLY, KESLEY SHOULD
be glad he came along when he did,
and the only distasteful memory he
has to put up with is Black Draught. I
came along before Black Draught was
so popular, even though it was
available in my boyhood days. But
there were reasonable facsimilies of


Black Draught prior to 1940.
There was castor oil.
There was calomel.
There was sulphur and molasses.
There were uncle Dr. John Erv
Cargill's horse pills.
There was plenty around to make
Black Draught look like a soft drink on
a hot day.
I'll agree with Kesley on one
thing. If it's a patent medicine it had
to have an awful taste. I never could
figure out how they could make an
elixer so effective as to cure anything
one had, but didn't have the ingenuity
to make it good tasting.
++ + ++
I CAN STILL remember my
mother getting out the Syrup Pepsin
or the castor oil every time I came
down sick with anything. I would have
traded either for a slug of smooth
tasting black draught.
I took castor oil, cold, hot, warm,
mixed in orange juice or with a strap


on my rump if I didn't take it.
I was a grown man before I would
drink orange juice again, after being
forced to take it with castor oil for
those years of childhood.
Castor oil was made to lubricate
fine machinery, not my innards.
My uncle, Dr. John Ervin Cargill;
lived just up the street from us. He
was an old, old man the first time I
remember seeing him. Actually, he
was retired from doctoring. He had
practiced in the small town we lived in
when it was in the throes of an oil
boom. He must have made a good bit
of money because he lived in the
largest and nicest house in town. It
was the only house in town in which
the indoor bathroom was actually an
indoor bathroom. Other people had
indoor bathrooms, but since the city
had no sewer system, these rooms had
been converted to closets and storage
rooms. Everyone else enjoyed the
outdoor facilities.


Uncle John Erv, as we called him,
delivered all five of us boys and did a
small practice, even though he was
retired.
It seemed to me he had three jars
of pills. Large, larger and largest,
none of which tasted .good. These pills
were prescribed for'almost every-
thing.
About the clearest thing I remem-
ber about uncle:John Erv, the doctor,
is that he had a granddaughter which
came to see him every summer, who
had the only tennis racket I had ever
seen a kid have which had all the
strings intact. All the rest of us kids,
had at least one string broken in our
rackets and most had more. .
,... + + + ++
I GUESS ABOUT THE most
unusual medicine I remember, was
coal oil. To those who haven't been
there, coal oil is kerosene and the very
poor gave a spoonful of coal oil for
medicinal purposes, if you couldn't


*afford a' bottle of Syrup Pepsin or
castor oil.
There was a family who lived in
our town who had a daughter get
seriously 'ill. Their religious beliefs
(or lack of money) kept them from
calling the doctor to the daughter.
Old Charlie Brown's parents
doctored his sister with a daily dose of
coal oil, sometimes cut with a pinch of
sugar.
Charlie Brown's -sister didn't get
well. It was just a sort while before
she died. She didn't die in a hospital.
She died in the small house the
Browns lived in next door to the city
water well.
When you get right down to it, I
have to believe the $10.00 wonder drug
pills may be hard to finance, but at
least they will get you well. The Black
Draught, Syrup Pepsin and castor oil
only made you get well to get out of
taking. those foul-tasting so-called
remedies.


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SHAD


SPHANTRY
by Wendell Campbell



Stepping Out

RECENTLY WE HAD house guests who spent a little over a few days
with us. The second Saturday they were here we had a picnic on the point
at Cape San Bias.
The picnic was the last event in our little bag of tricks to keep guests
entertained. It was a beautiful day and as the sun began to set low in the
west, I thought how nice it was going to beto get home, clean up, eat a
light meal, watch a little TV and get a good night's sleep.

"WHAT ARE WE GOING to do tonight?" my friend asked me as I
headed the boat back toward Port St. Joe.
"I don't know," I answered, clenching the steering wheel firmly,
"What'do you want to do?"
"I'll tell you what let's do!" he exclaimed, in a tone that reminded me
of our college days some years back, "Let's go honky-tonkin'!"
"What did you say?" I asked, with a trace of disbelief in my voice. "I
thought for a minute you said, 'let's go honky-tonkin'."
"That's exactly what I said," he exclaimed proudly.
"Are you crazy? Have you lost your complete miid?" I asked, as
serious as a flu bug in a church congregation. "There ain't no way I'm
going honky-tonkin' tonight or any other night. .and that's final as a
funeral!"
"You must be getting old," he said'in a somewhat subdued voice.
"I am," I replied, "and I want to keep getting older. That's why I
ain't going out foot-stomping tonight." .
+++++ .
IT'S NOT THAT I'm opposed to a little, night-life; I was once on the
circuit and rode it well. I was very lucky, I now realize, and I'm riot about
to tempt fate by trying it again.
I was fortunate to live through some very sticky nights in my younger
days. I once'went in a bar in Knoxville, Tennessee, where they checked
your gun at the door. If you didn't have one, they issued you one and made
you buy the ammunition. The first thing I did was buy everyone in there a
drink. The next thing I did was buy myself a double, drihk it and make for
the door.
One night, on the way to Gulfport, Mississippi from Hattiesburg, I
had to fight my way into a place. "Do you really think we should. go in
here?" my date asked as she ducked to miss a roundhouse right. "Why
not?" I said, as I pushed a bloody-nosed fighter off to my left, "The trash.
is out here. It's got to be peaceful inside."
Another night, several years ago, I witnessed a confrontation that-
was to mark the beginning of the end of my night-life career,
Two men, seated next to me and my wife, had a disagreement and
one invited the other outside to settle the dispute. Once outside, the first,
man pulled a large knife from his pocket and told the second man, in no
uncertain terms, how bad he was going to cut him.-
Undaunted, the second man reached into his back pocket and brought
forth a pistol and proclaimed, "You're a bigger fool than I thought,
'bringing a knife to a gun-fight!"

THAT, DEAR FRIENDS ended my night-life career!!!




Kesley (Continued from Page 2)


:They called Hitler a madman and
iChurchill spoke-.o.'their finest hour"'
S but nobody apologized and I bet you,
couldn't guess who sent money to help
'rebuild London. Remember Pearl
!Harbor in that same war? Did Japan
volunteer to compensate for the
,damage they did there? Lots of civi-
*lians never saw the sunset that Sun-
day. Of course, I guess, that was dif-
ferent.
A little later on, in that war we
dropped a big bomb on Hiroshima and
everyone said we were inhuman.
Listen, any killing is inhuman, we all
know that. But how come when other
nations bomb cities it is in the name qf
war and when we do it the inhuman
cry goes up. Something about that
doesn't seem right. My Father was
sitting on an island in the Phillipines
with a bunch of other guys getting
ready to invade Japan when they


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dropped those atomic bombs. It might.
have been their lives or his. I know
how I feel about that.
The whole. Iraq Iran Persian
Gulf situation is too complicated for
me to understand. And I realize that I
don't know enough to comment on it.
But I don't think sending money to
people that are holding American
hostages is a good idea. I don't think
money is going to make them hate us
any less. And it seems to me we could
use the money here at home. I bet
those drought-stricken farmers in the
Midwest could use it. Or how about
sending. it to those families that lost
sons, husbands and .fathers on the
U.S.S. Stark.
Shouldn't someone in Iran share
some responsibility in this "tragic ac-
cident"? Surely somebody over there
knew a fight was going on. Why didn't
the plane respond to the signals we
sent out? And who in their right mind
would send a commercial flight over a
battle area?
The Iranians don't think like we
do. They don't regard human life as
we do. They d don't view most things
like we do. That makes them hard, if
not impossible, to understand. It also
makes them difficult to deal with. I
could be wrong and I'm going to stand
behind whatever our country decides
to do. But somehow it just doesn't
seem right to pay 'em and fight 'em at
the same time.
Respectfully,
Kesley


Not too Late to Register to Vote In Primaries


Voter registration books for the
first and second primaries in Septem-
ber and October, will close on August
6, at 5:00 p.m., EST, according to
Elections Supervisor, Cora Sue Rob-
inson.


"If you are a resident of Gulf
County and have not registered before
and you wish to vote in the upcoming
elections, you must register in my
office before August 6. If you will be 18
years of age by September 6, 1988 or


October 4, 1988, you can pre-register
and vote in the election after your 18th
birthday", Robinson said.
In Gulf County, a prospective
voter can register at the office of the
Supervisor of Elections Monday


through Saturday and at the Gulf
County Library in Port St. Joe.
In Wewahitchka, you can register
at the City Hall Monday thorough
Friday.


18th Century Acting Troupe to Perform


The St. George Street Players, St.
Augustine's 18th century troupe of
traveling actors will be performing at
Gulf County Public Library on July 15
at 2:00 p.m.
The living history program, Dis-
cover St. Augustine at your Public
Library, is funded in part by the
Florida Endowment for the Humani-
ties. The public is cordially invited to


Harry Hunter

Receives First Paycheck


Harry Hunter, a resident of
Mexico Beach has received his first
paycheck from summer employment
at the Bay District Schools offices in
Panama City. Harry is employed as a
custodial and clerical assistant along
with five other students from the
Margaret K. Lewis Exceptional Stu-'
dent. The JTPA summer work
program in conjunction with the
transition Services Project at M.K.L.
Center provide funding and on the job
training to assist the students in their
duties. This is the first paid work
experience for Harry and the other
students. It has given them the
opportunity to practice and refine


marketable skills and provide invalu-
able assistance to county office
personnel. Kerry Casey is Harry's job
"coach.
Harry also received a good
.housekeeping award from Comfort
Inn for hotel and motel housekeeping,
he trained with Mrs. Landry, his job
coach during the school year.
Harry will celebrate his 20th
birthday on August 31. He lives with
his mother and father, George and
Bennie Hunter at Mexico Beach. He
and his family extend their many
thanks to M.K. Lewis Exceptional
Student Center for their excellent
work.


OBITUARIES:

Charles Joseph Stevens, 87


Charles Joseph Stevens, 87, of
Port St. Joe passed away Wednesday
afternoon of last week in Bay Medical
Center following a lengthy illness.
Stevens was a native of La
Fourche Parish, Thibodeaux, Louis-
iana, and had been a resident of Port
St. Joe since 1937. He was a retired
employee of St. Joe Paper Company,
after 27 years of service.
Survivors include his wife, Aline
Lidet Stevens, two sons, Charles J.
Stevens, Jr., and Ellis J. Stevens, all
of Port St. Joe; three grandsons,
Ronald Bordelon, Port St. Joe, Ellis J.


Stevens, Jr., Petal, Miss., and Jay
Stevens of Gainesville; one great
grandson, Gregory Stevens of Boca
Raton.
Rosary service was held at 7:00
p.m., Friday at the Comforter Funer-
al Home Chapel. Funeral mass was
said at 10:00 a.m., Saturday from St.
Joseph's Catholic Church, conducted
by Father Thorn Crandall. Interment
was in the family plot of Holly Hill
Cemetery.
All services were .under the
direction of the Comforter Funeral
Home.


attend.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Charles Stevens, Sr.
wishes to thank their friends and
neighbors for the many acts of
kindness shown to them during their
time of sadness. We are grateful for
the visits, phone calls, food offerings
and other gestures of friendship. We
will never forget your thoughtfulness.


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a registered nurse and trained at St.
Vincents Hospital in Jacksonville. she
was a member sof the Sea Oats and
Dimes Garden Club, and the altar
society of Our Lady of Guadalup(
Catholic Mission of Mexico Beach. shoe
had been a resident of St. Joe Beach of
the past 13 years, coming here from
St. Petersburg.
Survivors include her husband,
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two daughters, Mary Elizabeth Har-
din of Monticello, N.Y. and Ruth Hill
of St. Joe Beach; seven grandchildren
and four great grandchildren; one
sister, Mrs. Ruth Adkison of Tallahas-
see and a. number of nieces and
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Sunday at 7:00 p.m., from Comforter
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Was celebrated Monday at 10:00 a.m.,
from St. Joseph's Catholic Church,
conducted by Father Thom Crandall.
Interment was in Holly Hill Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter Funeral Home.

Louise M. Young
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at Bay Medical Center. She was the
wife of the late E.B. Young of Oak
Grove.
She is survived by: two sons; two
daughters; two sisters; one brother;
14 grandchildren; 17 great grandchil-
dren; and a number of very close
friends.
The funeral was held July 9 in
Apalachicola as was burial.
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Page 4A The Star, Port St. Joe, Fla. Thursday, July 14, 1988

Ministerial Associajion Endorses

the City's Clean Up Campaign


The Port St. Joe Ministerial
,Association met this past Tuesday at
the First Baptist Church. Rev. Dave
Fernandez, pastor of Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church, and presi-
dent of the association, presided over
the meeting.
Among items discussed were
nursing home and transient minis-
tries. Also, the local ministers indivi-
dually endorsed the recently created
"community closet" program located
at the Washington Site in Port St. Joe.
Announcements were made by seve-


Ana Maria San Pedro and Chip
LaBorde were joined in marriage on
July 2, 1988 at The Silver Bell Chapel
in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The bride is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Jorge San Pedro of Port St.
Joe.
The bridegroom is the son of Mrs.
Syhil laRorde and the late Ray


ral of those present pertaining to
individual church activities and
events.
One item of business included
commending the city commission in
its drive to clean up and beautify Port
St. Joe. The Port St. Joe Ministerial
Association overwhelmingly endorses
the project and pledges support in all
efforts to make it a success.
The next scheduled meeting of the
association will be August 8. The
group is composed of all local
ministries of every faith.


Mr. and Mrs. Lucious Rushing
and Mrs. William F. Wright announce
the engagement of their children,
Linda Jean Rushing and John William
Wright.
Their, wedding vows will be
exchanged on Saturday, July 23 at
2:00 p.m. in the Oak Grove Assembly
of God Church.
Friends and relatives of the
couple are invited to attend the


Becky Lynn Bishop and Joseph R. Fontaine, Jr.


Engaged


Mr. and Mrs. Tommy J. Bishop of
Pearl Mississippi have announced the
engagement and forthcoming mar-
riage of their daughter, Becky Lynn,
to Joseph R. Fontaine, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph R. Fontaine, Sr. of
Mexico Beach.
.The bride-elect is a 1983 graduate
of Pearl High School and is employed
with B.B.I., Inc. in Pearl.


Her fiance is a 1979 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and a 1982
graduate of Gulf Coast Community
College. He served two years in the
U.S. Army and is currently attending
the University -of West Florida in
Pensacola. He is employed by the
Veterans Administration.
The wedding is scheduled for
August 6 at McClurin Heights Baptist
Church in Pearl at 2:00 p.m.


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The Class of '68 had a fabulous
day at their 20 year reunion Saturday,
July 2. The weather held sunny in
spite of negative predictions. The
water, sun, food and games were
enjoyed by the 60 or more who
attended the beach party. Several
traveled well over 1,000 miles to
attend. One class member came all
the way from Germany to see her
classmates. It is this type of long-last-
ing friendship and caring which each
and everyone attending shared
throughout the day and into the early :
hours of the next day as the party
continued until 3:00 a.m. at- the
Thunderbirds Club in Panama City.
The night ended quickly, but the
memories shall not! Class members
left that night seemingly sharing an
even stronger bond than they felt 20
years ago. Those who attended wish to
extend their regrets to those who did
not and hope you will share in the fun
and excitement at the next reunion.
Class members would like to say a
"special thanks" to Dr. and Mrs. Joe


Shepard, Kendrick
To Wed July 16
Rachel Louise Shepard and Char-;
les David Kendrick, Jr. will be united
in marriage on July 16 at 1:30 at the
First Baptist. Church in Vernon.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
Maxwell and Mary Paul Vernon. Sher,
graduated from Vernon High School
in 1986 and is employed by Rich's IGA
in Wewahitchka.
The groom is the son Carol
Harrell of Bonifay and David Ken-
drick of Port St. Joe. He graduated
from Holmes Cdunty High School in
1984 and is presently employed as
manager of Rich's IGA in Wewahitch-
ka.
All friends and relatives of the
couple are invited to attend the'
wedding and reception which will,
immediately follow the ceremony at.
Russ' in Vernon.


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Office: 229-6514
Like a good neighbor. State Farm is there


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OPEN MON. SAT., 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.


Hendrix for the use of their beacn
house and to Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey for
printing the announcements.

Final Plans Told
for Ward Burke
Final plans for the wedding of
Sandra Dee Ward and Mitchell Todd
Burke have been announced. Mar-
riage vows will be exchanged on
Saturday, July 16 at 6:00 p.m. in the
Oak Grove Assembly of God Church of
Port St. Joe. A reception will be held
immediately following the ceremony
in the church social hall. A nursery
will be provided during the ceremony.
All friends and relatives of the
couple are invited to attend.

Buzzetts Married
On June 24
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bernard
(Bernie) Buzzett announce their
marriage on 'June 24 at the home of
the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Gannon Buzzett.
The bride is the daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thorn of
Panama City.
The wedding ceremony was per-
formed .by Rev. Tim Carter of
Panama City.
After a wedding trip to Destin, the
couple will be at home at St. Joe
Beach.

Vacation Bible at
White City Baptist
White City Baptist Church will
have Vacation Bible School July 18-22
from 6:15 til 8:45 each evening.
Classes for pre-school through adults
will be provided. Pastor William
Smith will teach Bible Study for adults
each evening from 6:45 to 8:45.
Preparation Day for enrollment and a
parade through the community will be
held on Saturday, July 16 at 9:00 a.m.
at the church.
Everyone is invited to come and
take part in Bible Study and fellow-
ship.
On Dean's List
Angela D. Barbee of Port St. Joe,
a student at Florida State University,
was named to the dean's list for both
the fall semester 1987 and the spring
semester 1988. She is the daughter of
Tony and Judy Barbee of Port St. Joe.


LaBorde of Baton Rouge, La.
Following a wedding trip to Las
Vegas the couple will reside in Lake
Charles, La. where the bride will
continue her practice as a dental
hygienist. The groom is V.P. Manager
of Lamar Advertising Co. in Lake
Charles, La.


Rushing and Wright Will Marry
wedding and recept~Iont olwi h


wedding and reception to follow in the
church social hall.
Class of 1958 Plans
Thirty Year Reunion
The 1958 class of Port St. Joe High
is having a 30 year class reunion July
30. All monies should be in by July 15.
For more information please call
229-6547, 229-6370 or 229-8844.


Dr. Owen D. Oksanen

announces the opening of his practice

FULL-TIME

Mornings and Afternoons '
beginning Monday, July 25, 1988
at
GULF PINES HOSPITAL CLINIC
102 20th Street
Port St. Joe, Florida

Phone 229-8221 or 229-8277
Night and Emergency: 227-1121

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Class of 1968 Enjoys Two Days

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garbage to the incinerator in addi- Gulf Cou
tion", Peters said. He felt the decision a motel.
left the county with no bargaining Afte
power, ing to
Branch said it was his informa- attempt
tion the county must approve the response
consent order on Buckhorn, no matter question
what their plans were for the future. write th
The present solid waste cell at Harper
Buckhorn has been in violation of the billir
DER regulations since January 1 of
last year. In
Chairman Birmingham said he Commis
intended to ask the Board to apply for -Ac
a Class I and Class III landfill in the
north end of the county. "At least a
Class III", he said, "to take care of
our construction wastes", .
Birmingham said it was his
thoughts to put the proposed fill cells (
on the same property now occupied by given ti
Buckhorn. inducem
The ex,
BOARD BALKS school ta
The Commission continued to Thiso
balk at paying at least two bills in took nea
connection with the Clyde Melvin of new
murder trial, which has been moved formulas
to Pensacola. The Board's attorney, tions, su
William J. Rish, has told the Commis- increase
sion they have no option but to pay the Appr
bills which arise from the trial and its Florida
performance. values as
The county has two bills they are they woi
holding, since trial judge Carl Harper the Dep
has indicated the county may file very cl
objections to bills to pay motel and preparal
witness fees for Inez Huckeba Melvin, All
amounting to about $800. County,
Commissioner Eldridge Money have unt
held that the witness owned a home in their pr


- (Continued from Page 1)


nty and did not have to stay in
r considerable haggling, try-
avoid attorney's fees in an
to release the county from
ability for the two bills in
, the Board finally agreed to
eir objections to Judge Carl
and ask to be excused from
ng.
OTHER BUSINESS
other business items, the
sion:
;cepted an offer of Sheriff Al


392 Mil.
continued from Page 1)
o a local industry as an
rent to locate in the county.
emption doesn't apply for
axing purposes.
year's property valuations
rly a $25 million hike because
construction, revised state
s for figuring some valua-
.ch as agricultural lands and
*s in personal property values.
raiser Colbert said the state of
still hasn't approved his list of
s of today. Colbert said he felt
uld approve the roll because
artment of Revenue worked
ose with Colbert in their
tion.
government agencies in Gulf
including incorporated cities,
til the middle of August to file
opposed budgets.


Harrison to have the beach cleaned by
trustees and then clean them every
two weeks. Mosquito Control Supervi-
sor, Sam Graves offered the use of a
vehicle and driver during the week to
furnish trash collection if the Sheriff
could furnish trustees as labor.
-Agreed to allow local govern-


ment vehicles to drive on the beach
without a permit, but not to give
unlimited access to state vehicles
unless they were there for a specific
item of official business.
-Gave the Democratic Executive
Committee permission to use a room
in the Courthouse to hold semi-weekly
meetings in until election time.
.-Agreed to build a concrete
basketball court at the White City
park, rather than use asphalt, as
originally planned.


Festival Committee Thank You


The 1988 Port St. Joe Seafood
Festival committee salutes the volun-
teers and businesses who donated
goods, purchased advertisement, or
provided assistance in one form or
another toward this years festival.


Katrina Ann Mork
Katrina "Morks"
4th Birthday
Katrina Ann Mork celebrated her
fourth birthday on July 6. Helping her
celebrate was her little sister, her
parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles
and friends.
Katrina is the daughter of Steve
sand April Mork. Paternal grandpar-
ents are T.R. and Lou Mork. Maternal
grandmother is Brenda Miller.


The committee members are sure
that this years festival was the best
one yet. This success could not have
been possible without the hard
working volunteers and the generous
devoted businesses that played such a
key role in this event. We hope that
those volunteers and businesses who
contributed this year will help again
in 1989. Everyone who attended stated
that this was a super event and hoped
it would continue for a long time.
This event is planned for May 6,
1989 and with the help from the
community it will be even bigger and
better. May God bless all those
involved with this event.

Story Time
On Tuesday, July 19 at 2:30 the
program for the summer story time at
Gulf County Public Library at Port St.
Joe will feature Witches and Ghosts.
There will also be a film titled "The -
Shrinking of Treehorn".
Children are encouraged to regis-
ter for the summer reading program
at this time. The summer program
will continue on Tuesdays until the
finale on August 9.

Gold Card Club
Parents are urged to give their
children the best by showing interest
and attending the 1988-89 kick off
meeting of the Gold Card Club. The
parents meeting will be held Thurs-
day, July 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the Port St.
Joe Public Library conference room.
All parents of school children
kindergarten thru 12th grade are
urged to attend.


Prize Winner


Mrs. Jewel Keel is the proud possessor of a new microwave oven, which
was presented to her by David Rich's IGA, Port St. Joe, Tuesday. The oven was
a prize in a promotion being sponsored by the local store. Shown presenting
Mrs. Keel with her prize is Danny Kennedy, store manager. David Rich, store
owner, is shown at left.




Happy 29th Anniversary

Myrtle and Lanas

July 11 and Many, Many More


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Bill Hodges to be At Basketball Canimp


The third annual basketball school
will be conducted at the Wewahitchka
High School July 18 through 22. Classes
will be from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 for ages
8 to 12 and from 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
for ages 13 to 17. A bus will transport
children from the Port St. Joe area to
Wewahitchka each day. A bus will
depart from the Courthouse at 8:00
a.m. and at 12:30 p.m.
Highlight of the camp will be a
banquet to be held July 20 at 6:30 in the
commons area of Port St. Joe High
School. Bill Hodges, former collegiate
coach of Boston Celtics star Larry


Bird, will be the guest speaker at the
banquet.
All interested boys and girls are
urged to register now. Further infor-
mation may be obtained by calling
229-6587.

CARD OF THANKS
The Class of '78 would like to
thank the following for their help on
our ten year reunion: St. Joe
Container, St. Joseph Bay Country
Club (Mrs. Knox), Ken Murphy and
The Star.


Fain Captures First


Place at State Track


From left, Desmond Quinn, Jamle Fain, Terry Quinn and track coach Scott
Gowan at Sunshine Track and Field Games.


St. Joe Wins. First Game

of District Tournament


Port St. Joe opened its first game
in the Dixie Youth District baseball
tournament Tuesday night with a 33-1
win over Bayou George. The tourna-
ment is being hosted by Mid-City, and
being played at the Oakland Terrace
Park on 11th Street in Panama City.
St. Joe played Highland Park
Wednesday evening at 7:00 pn.m
Results were unknown at press time.'
WJBUJ broadcast the game, and will
air all other games featuring Port St.,
Joe.
The St. Joe All-Stars banged out
26 hits in four winnings and only com-
mitted one error to take the win over
Bayou George. Pitching for St. Joe
were Kendrick Addison, Damien
Quinn and Elton Wood.
Leading hitters for St. Joe were
Damien Quinn going four for four,
Adam Taylor, three for four; Josh
Colbert, three for five; Elton Wood,
three for five; Des Baxter, three for
four; Jasmine Thomas, two for four;
Eric Ramsey, two for five; and Shan-


non Dew, two for three.
Other teams participating in the
tournament are Parker, Apalach-
icola, Callaway, Mid-City, and
Highland Park.


Port St. Joe
Bayou George


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This past weekend, three mem-
bers of the Port St. Joe Track Team
traveled to Jacksonville where they
competed in the ninth annual Sun-
shine Track and Field games. Over
500 athletes throughout the state of
Florida competed in the meet. The top
three places in each event earned the
right to participate in the National
TAC Junior Olympics which will be
held in Gainesville on July 26 31.
Jamie Fain won the state cham-
pionship in the 13-14 yr. 3000 meters (2
mile) and was awarded the gold
medal. He led throughout the race and
finished with a time of 10:29.5.
Terry Quinn and Desmond Quinn
were selected by the West Palm

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Idell
Winfield would like to thank everyone
for their cards, flowers, food, dona-
tions and time during the loss of our
mother. May God richly bless each of
you.
The Hamilton family
The Winfield family
The Thomas family
The Woullard family


Beach based Track Florida Club to
represent them in the 15-16 year old
mile relay. Terry and Desmond
teamed up with Nate Jackson of
Jacksonville and Tim Holloman of
Quincy Shanks to capture the bronze
medal. The team finished with a time
of 3:38.4.
Terry also competed in the 400
meters where he finished 6th with a
time of 53.9.

Weekly Winners
of Recreation
Summer activities at the Wash-
ington Recreation Center are continu-
ing. Tournaments are held every
Friday.
Winners for last weeks tourna-
ments are: Uno, Kiki Fields; boys
ping pong, Patrick Freeman; tether-
ball, Courtney Lenox, Alicia Thomas,
and Heavenly Bailey; horseshoes,
Dedrick Alexander and J.J. Gainer;
basketball, Cornelius Jones and Da-
mon Walker; girls ping pong, Shatika
Allen; pool, Chris Williams, Randy
Peters and Reginald Larry.


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ST. JOE ALL-STARS: Kneeling, from left: Jasmine Thomas, Kendrick Addison, Eric Ramsey, Adam Taylor,
Chris Enfinger, Josh Colbert and
Elton Wood.


Standing, from left: coach Arden
Stephens, Damien Quinn, Kevin Lee,
Tarus Riley (alternate), Darin
Dawson, Tappan Gandy, Shannon
Dew, Des Baxter and coach Willie
Ramsey. Not shown is coach Roy
Loilie.


Not Your Typical Shrimp
William S. (Bill) Parker, left, and Chris Acree caught this huge shark Sun-
day afternoon near Indian Pass, while shrimping approximately a half mile off
shore. Parker said the monster of the deep was a seven foot nurse shark which
weighed 426 pounds. Parker said the shark went into the shrimp net head first.


CAMPING FISHING HUNTING

Indian Swamp Campground
& RV Park
Located at Howard Creek, Fla. Mailing Address:
Hwy C-387 Rt. 1 Box 182-A
(904) 227-7261 Wewahitchka, Fla. 32466




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Bows, arrows, targets
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Super Savings Sale on

All Guns, Ammo, Archery Supplies, etc.


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$27 95 $25.95
30 95 29.95
32.95 31.95
33 95 32.95


$32 95 $29.95
41 95 36.95
4395 38.95
44.95 39.95


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56 95 53.95
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Whitewall WAS NOW
P185/75R14 $3595 $34.95
P195/75R14 3695 35.95
P205/75R14 3895 37.95
P205/75R15 3995 38.95

FR 312"' RADIAL
P185/75R14 $48 95 $43.95
P195/75R14 5095 4495
P205/75R14 5495 46.95


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P195/75R14 $6995 $56.95
P205/75R14 7295 58.95
P225/75R14 8095 65.95
P205/75R15 78.95 62.95

SUPREME' RADIAL
P185/75R14 $68.95 $62.95
P195/75R14 72.95 63.95
P205/75R14 7595 65.95
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Whitewall
P215/75R15
P225/75R 15
P235/75Fl15


P205/751 15
P215/751H15
P225/75R15


P215/75R15
P225/75R 15
P235/75R15


P215/75R15
P225/75R 15
P235/75R 15
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4395 42.95
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58 95
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$50 95
51.95
54.95


$81 95 $63.95
8395 66.95
8595 68.95


$83.95
8695
8995
10495


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The Star, Port St. Joe, Fla. Thursday, July 14, 1988