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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456. THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1993
Asked to Delay
Indicates Willingness to Adjust
Eviction Date If Plans Prepared
Brown pelicans perch on top a boat load of scallops parked meal. This boat had approximately 700 gallons of the succulent
at Raffield's Fisheries dock Tuesday waiting for a quick, easy seafood after shucking.
Scallops Return for A Little While
40-Mile-Long Bed Appears 17 miles Offshore in the Gulf Attracts Harvesters
Are you having trouble getting your five-galloi~ ~et of .
scaI or r q.S t,9nfrp Jlpthen .l ~. ~ sM.'.
tfono those s py catches: Just go out into the Gulf of Mexi- '
co for a distance of 17 miles, then dive straight down for 110
feet, and there they are ... a 40 mile stretch of them on the "
floor of the Gulf. You should have no problem filling a five- .,
:gallon bucket. .I-
Commercial scallopers in the Port St. Joe and Apalachicola
area are working the 40-mile-long reef of scallops., which i
shows up periodically and Is gone again just as mysteriously.
util their itinerary brings them back again. Bulging boat-
loads of the shellfish have been brought In around the clock
to be processed.
The scallops showed up on February 13 and the harvest-
ing boats have been working arourid the clock, ever since,
bringing the succulent morsels into Raffield's Fishefies, where
they are shucked fnd prepared for market. Rager Newton of
Apalachicola Is the scallop lbiokeri for the two-counity area.
Eugene, Raffield, of Raffield's Fisheries, says;. "'They have
harvested about 25,000 gallons -of scallop meat since the ani-
mals first began to show in February. We have a dozen boats
working around the clock, getting as many as they can before
they move on. There are so many of them, we won't even be
.able to put a dent in the ,numbers before they are gone again."
Raffield said there is a difference in the size of the Bay and
the Gilf scallops, but the taste is virtually the same. 'They're
both mighty good," Rafflield said.
The scallops are shucked mechanically here in Port St.
Joe, 'One of the few scallop shuckers on 'the Gulf coast. The
residue from the scallops is trucked to Apalachicola to be
planted in. the Bay to serve as oyster reefs and the remainder
is returned to the area of the Gulf of Mexico, where it came ...
from. Harvesting scallops in such numbers was impractical in Scallops are placed on this belt conveyor and transported
these parts until the advent of the mechanical shucker, which into a shucking machine, which is located in a building ad4ia-
can process a boat load In just a short while. cent to dockside
Board Offers Its
Support to Raffield
Vouch for Firm In Court Case I
Dr. Tom Curry brought the
school problems to the County
Commission, Tuesday night, ask-
ing for reconsideration of the time
table the Board has given the
School Board for vacating, their
suite ofoffices in the Courthouse.
Curry was asking for the
more lenient attitude in order to
help the School Board in dealing
with middle school funding as
well as the expense offending and
moving to other quarters before
the October 1993 deadline set by'
"Is it possible that you could
extend the time-frame?" durry
Chairman Nathan Peters ex-
plained several offices in the
Courthouse were badly in need' of
more room. He told of offices lo-
cated In safes, no storage for Im-
portant papers; "At least three of-
fices need more :room, now,"
Peters said. 'We've been fair with
the School Board. They pay no
rent or utilities, since they are tax
supported also. We have asked
for them to pay 20% of the utili-
ties with no results," he contin-
Curry pointed out that the
School Board was now "facing a
whole new ball game. They face,
having to do some serious reno-
vations to accommodate middle
schools as well as provide a home
for the centu i ._They-will be--
hard-pressed to do both at the
same time. Maybe you could Just
delay the deadline a while to give
them a little room to maneuver,"
Peters went on to point out
that the School Board had first
been asked to re-locate its main
offices in 1977. 'We have had no
answer nor seen any indication
,that they are moving," the chair-
Commissioner Billy Traylor.
added, 'We've talked with the.
School.Board about presenting us
a plan of their intentions but
have received nothing yet We've
made every effort. All we have
asked for is a definite effort on
their part.' We're going to work
with them, but they need to
present us with ,some plans,", he
Chairman Peters closed the
discussion by commenting,
They're going to have to show us
some action before we can
Building Officer Don Butler
advised the Board that the City of
Mexico Beach was interested in
furnishing treated water for the
The Beaches system present-
ly purchases water from the City
of Port St Joe, on a bulk basis.
Butler said, 'They have given
us a tentative price which is at
least a third less than we are pay-
ing Port St. Joe for water. It
seems that with that. kind of dif-
ference in rates, we at least owe it
to the customers of the system to
talk with Mexico Beach."
Butler later revealed Mexico
Beach has offered; bulk treated
water for $1.05 per thousand gal-
lons. The City of Port St., Joe
charges $1.80 per thousand gal-
lons. Butler Intimated the only
thing to be decided was quality
and dependability of service.
In other items of business,
--Gae Mr. and Mrs. Monford
of Beacon Hill a release from tax-
es on some waterfront property in
exchange for Its use In the Bea-
con Hill Park. The Monford's will
still own the property, which Joins
the board walk to the beach, but
the public can use the property.
Larry Wells advised the Commis-
slon that Bay County is preparing
a plan to employ a Medical Exam-
iner to replace the retired Dr.. Sy-
bers. He said the tentative cost
would be $1.34 per capiLa from
- .Gulf County.- -.... '
The Gulf-County Sheriffs De-
partment raided a marijuana nur-
sery operation Friday, after secur-
ing a search warrant to
investigate a mobile home.
Arrested was Steven Ashley
Bass, 38, Linton Road, Wewa-
hitchka, who was charged with
possession of the operation. Bass
had the nursery in a bedroom of
the mobile home. Also recovered
were 12 plants ready to bloom
and several pots containing seeds
or small plants.
Sheriff Al Harrison said the
nursery was equipped with lights
to encourage germination of the
seeds as well as some seeds
which were ready for planting.
Harrison said. "This is the
first nursery we've raided this.
year. It's time to get the young
plants ready to transplant for an
early growing season."
Bass was arrested and re-
leased on $5,000 bond.
Commissioner Warren Yeager
asked the County Commission,
Tuesday, to officially take a stand
in support of Raffield Fisheries in
its current problems with the
''. ;Federal Government in regards to
loan funds applied to parts of the
plant not specified in the loan pa-
Yeager said, "Raffield is a
large employer here, and they're
good 'people. They do a lot in the
county and don't deserve the has-
sle they're getting from the Gov-
ernment. They're honest, hard-
working people." The board
agreed with Yeager's suggestion,
and agreed to preparing the reso-
lution in support of the firm.
PURGE, REPAIR, RULES
Commissioner Billy Traylor
suggested that the Board meet
Thursday in a workshop session
to go through their old rules and
W, sion regulations-weeding out old
and out-dated regulations.
Traylor remarked, "We have a
good ordinance [subdivision ordi-
nance]; we just need to close all
the loopholes and take out what
no longer applies."
Traylor also suggested the
Board examine the Fire District
tax laws and come up with a law
which will require all residents of
a district to pay into the fire pro-
tection fund. "Everyone in a dis-
trict is receiving benefits from the
district and should be required to
pay for it," he said.
Traylor's remarks were
spurred by a request from the
Beaches Department to let bids
for a new pumper truck for that
department. Bobby Plair, spokes-
man, said, 'We have the money
for a down payment. We earned it
ourselves and will pay for it
through our own department. We
Just need to use your office to call
for the bids," he said.
Two Vehicles Crash Head-On North of Overstreet
A two car collision late Tuesday afternoon, sent at least ing the accident are sketchy because the Highway Patrol
two people to the hospital with undetermined injuries, ac- has released no information yet, concerning the crash or
cording to the Gulf County Sheriffs office. A car driven by its victims. Sheriffs Deputies said two people were in-
Dr. John Anderson of Mexico Beach hit a pick-up truck volved-the drivers of both vehicles--and both were taken
head-on at Wetappo Drive on Highway 386, north of Over- by North Gulf County ambulance to a Panama City hospital
street. The accident occurred at 4:10 p.m. Details concern- with injuries. Both vehicles appeared to be a total loss.
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1993
Take Caution; Let's Not Eat the Seed Corn
Okay! Okay! We're getting the wet noodle
out for a thorough flogging now! You are cor-
rect, Tom Gibson, this writer named an educa-
tional committee to come up with solutions, so
we should support their work. And, believe it or
not, we will-IF-every avenue is considered to
create a middle school without floating a bond
issue to build one. This we are against, and we
will remain opposed to.,
If Gulf County wants middle schools for its
children, that's fine!. If they want to continue
leaving the responsibility of our children's edu-
cation up to the school system, that is not fine.
The fact remains that a middle school
will not solve our education problems. It will
provide a desirable setting for learning, but
it will not solve the root problem with edu-
cation in Gulf County. That impetus must
and should come from the parents of the
students of Gulf County schools.
If Gulf County parents, en masse, get to-
gether and lay down the law to their children
that they are in school to learn and not cause
problems or disturb classes you would see the
learning climate change in the schools over-
night. They could hold classes under a shade,
tree, under these circumstances, and learning
would be accomplished.
Or, give the school system, authority to re-
move unruly students, putting them in a place
of alternative education so the remaining stu-
dents can be free to learn.
That was the whole point of the much ma-
ligned editorial of a couple of weeks ago. Maybe
the expression of that idea was weak, or too
strong, but that was the purpose of the editori-
You see, we don't think the root of the prob-
lem is in the school; we think it is in the home.
Admittedly, a middle school would sup-'
ply a more serene atmosphere for learning,
to those kids of tender age than they now
have. Granted some of the older boys and'
girls are not setting much of an example of
what a responsible young man or woman
should be like. Middle schools would solve,
that problem. But, the problem would still
be in the senior high grades. It wouldn't be
In three or four days, certain waters in Gulf
County-and the remainder of this particular
area will be off-limits to commercial mullet fish-
ermen. The commercial fishermen have been
fighting this and other actions by the Marine
Fisheries Commission primarily because of the
precedent they would be making. The Florida
Cabinet went along with the suggestion, despite
the objections of Representatives Robert Tram-
mell and Sam Mitchell.
The fishermen feel the move is only the be-
gifining of a movement to stop net fishing alto-
In Gulf County, the affected areas in
which mullet cannot be taken, except by
cast net or recreational gear, include: Lake
eradicated. We would like to see eradication.
If Superintendent Wilder can come up with
a solution for the problem of providing a middle
school atmosphere for no more dollars than is
now being spent, we're all for it.
Or if all of you out there will volunteer to be
placed on the ad valorem tax rolls and not bel-
lyache or complain when your bill comes, we
say, "Go for it!"
We'll accede to the argument that a middle
school is desirable and if. it is desirable, we
should have it for Gulf County children. But,
let's not go off the deep end here and bite off
more school than we can pay for. Our school
budget is already under enough strain. The
available dollars will stretch only so far.
We would be hard-pressed to do anything,
but utilize present facilities to the fullest. This
year's budget amounts to approximately $12
million. Only $3.7 million of that comes from
*local sources. You know how hard that hits.
State money comes in on a per pupil basis, so
we must bear all expense of change ourselves.
Again, we're with you on the middle school
concept-IF-we can find a way to provide It
without eating the seed corn.
Fishermen Just A Little Harder
Wimico and its tributaries, Jackson River,
Depot Creek, the Intracoastal Waterway to
East Bay and the Gulf County Canal.
Knowing how government works, we would
say the commercial fishermen are right on tar-
get and that this move by the Cabinet will, in-
deed, lead to an attempted abolition of commer-
cial nets in Florida. That would be a tragic
thing to happen, indeed.
Already, the matters of crime and fees for
fishing in the salt water are causing tourists to
hesitate about coming.to Florida. Crime in the
streets is bad enough, without the "crime" of
doing away with some of the very "color" which
attracts people to our state in droves.
Sometimes we feel as if only the ignorant
are in our government, because of the stupid, -
unthinking, senseless actions by our governing
bodies; from Washington to Tallahassee.
Governor Chiles, who has given commercial
fishermen his support in the past, went along
with this latest rule adopted by he and the
Cabinet last week. They attempted to soften the
blow by decreeing that recreational fishing for
mullet would be permitted through January 1,
1995, with' gill nets no more than 100 yards
long, with mesh no smaller than' three inches.
Cast nets were also exempt. I
After January 1, 1995, who knows what will
happen? The current rule was promulgated on
the premise that homeowners along these wa-
terways were complaining about the view. After
1995 what will the reason be?
Hunker Down with Kes I
Truth, Justice and
Colbert the American Way
I was over at Robert's last
week when I got the good news.
And .aver-no earthlyy idea. how
the .'vesha'tlon .-got around to
'They have a lot of old shows
on that channel, Mary Tyler
Moore, Dick Van Dyke, Get
Smart, Bullwinkle......" I'm trying
to look interested... "F Troop. Al-
fred Hitchcock. Superman -"
'Whoa, wait a minute, you
talking about the REAL SUPER-
"Well, I don't know, it's the
one that came on a long time a-"
"It's not in color, is it? Does it
begin, 'FASTER THAN A SPEED-
ING BULLET, MORE POWERFUL
THAN A LOCOMOTIVE. ABLE TO
LEAP TALL BUILDINGS IN A SIN-
GLE BOUND LOOK, UP IN
'THE SKY ITS A BIRD ITS A
"I don't know, but it comes on
every night at 8:30. It's on right
now, you can check it out for
He clicked on the TV.
I did a double back flip!
I know you remember this ep-
isode. It was the one where Su-
perman flies through the concrete
wall to rescue Lois and Jimmy,
who are tied up in the basemenL
It's a trap for Superman! The bad
guys left a bar of kryptonite be-
hind! It looked like Superman
was a goner........ Quick thinking
Lois pulled the lead pipe off a
conveniently located sink, stuffed
the kryptonite Inside and
stomped both ends shut with
what undoubtedly must have
been her steel tipped high heels.
"Golly, gee. Miss Lane."
Superman came to rather
quickly, but it was another close
"Robert, what channel is
I'd heard of it, but I've never
watched it. Mostly I'm on ESPN
unless there's an old western.......
"Do I have It on my TV?"
I broke and ran for the
house. Superman was near 'bout
my all time favorite. When I was a
senior in high school. WREC in
Memphis started showing reruns
at 6:30 Saturday mornings. I'd
have mother wake me up at 6:28.
A small price to pay to see the
real MAN OF STEEL.
After a hotly debated family
forum, we voted by the narrowest
of margins to have a "let's-all-
selected the time 8:30 every
"Daddy, you've got to be kid-
'Where's the color?"
'"Why doesn't that Lois lady
do something with her hair?"
"Daddy, tell me we're not
"Son, It's a part of Americana,
This Is the real SUPERMAN, the
real Lois Lane, the real Jimmy Ol-
sen. the real Perry Wh-"
"Daddy, I believe the 'real su-
,perman' has been spending too
much time in front of the food
trough, he looks a little pudgy
around the middle! He needs to
get on a Nautilus machine, do a
few sit ups-"
I started for him but Cathy
got between us. "Honey, remem-
ber this is our fun-filled-family-
'Well, you could help me out
by saying something positive to
the boys about George Reeves,
the real SUPERMAN."
"I was just looking at him.
Didn't he play one of the Tarleton
twins in that opening scene with
Scarlett O'Hara in Gone With The
Wind?" He had red hair when he
called on Scarlett. Of course, his
hair might be red now, it's kind a
hard to tell........"
Mild mannered Clark Kent-
stepped hurriedly into a nearby
(See KES on Page 3)
A Naked Angora Cat Is A Comical Sight to Behold
IF YOU SEE Nancy Mock
coming up your front walk with a
bundle under her arm, or leading
a non-descript dog or cat, lock
the doors. She is hunting a home
for the waif.
Or, if you have a stray dog or
cat which needs new surround-
ings, just call Nancy. She finds
Nancy is one of those people
who is an animal lover. She is a
REAL animal lover since she
cares for those animals which
d-ave been left to their own devic-
es for a long period of time, or ne-
glected and abused. .
A dog or cat can quickly re-
ceive attention from her. It'll be
rescued if it can be rescued, and
a home found for it to get regular
meals and care.
I can bear witness to the fact
that animals don't get too
scrungy looking for her to give it
attention, a little loving care, nor
a trip to the veterinarian if it is
ABOUT A MONTH ago, we
had just finished with Sunday
dinner and I had set down with
my newspaper, turned to the bas-
ketball game on 'IV, preparing to
take my Sunday afternoon nap,
while reading the paper and
watching the basketball game.
Well, Nancy came ringing our
doorbell. Frenchie went to the
door and ducked out onto the
porch to deal with Nancy. I later
found out that the two were in ca-
hoots together. They went around
the house to the carport and after
awhile, Nancy drove off.
I didn't think too much about
because people are always com-
ing to borrow Frenchie's potted
palms or ferns for parties, show-
ers or weddings. I didn't think
Nancy was getting married again,
so I still had two solutions for her
visit, to draw from.
But she hadn't come by to
borrow ferns or palm trees, I
found out later."
WHEN I WAS good and grog-
gy from my rumination, Frenchie
came into the den, dragging this
poor substitute for an angora cat
and proudly said: "Look what
Nancy brought me!"
That was a sorry looking cat.
Nancy had to dig deep to find that
specimen. Its long fur was knot-
ted all over its body, The poor cat
couldn't completely dpen its eyes
because of the knotted fur. It
* walked with a left-sided tilt be-
cause of the unkempt condition.
The only ray of sunshine to
come with that cat was that it
had already been operated on, it
had its -shots and it was com-
I guess Nancy could have
brought a cat which didn't have
that much going for it and Fren-
chie would have taken it. I guess
I can be thankful.
FRENCHIE SET OUT to rid
the cat of the knots and balls of
fur which completely covered its
All afternoon, she brushed
and pulled at the snarls, to no.
avail. They were too numerous,
too big. and too tight. The cat
would have to go through life all
Last week I found myself tak-
ing the cat to the vet to get the
knots untied. It happened like
this: I sat down to breakfast and,
Frenchie said to me, "I'll put the
cat inside the caddy [which came
with the cat] so you can take him
to Dr. Nelson this morning."
That was the first I knew
about taking the cat to Dr. Nel-
son, but apparently everyone else
in the neighborhood knew it.
I took the cat to the vet hospi-.
tal. The "lady attendant" there
cooed and clucked at the cat and
talked some baby talk saying she
would take good care of it.
Home back in Perry, Georgia
used to advertise that his funeral
home had a "lady attendant", but
I don't think they are for the
I WENT BACK that evening
to pick up the cat and the entire
staff at the vet office were. just
cackling with laughter. When I
got the cat, I could see why. Did
you ever see a naked angora cat?
Even the cat was ashamed of how
it looked. *
Nancy happened to be in the
vet's office when I picked up the
cat and remarked, 'That's a $950
cat!" I offered tq sell for $1.98,
but she wouldn't take me up on
Dr. Nelson handed me a bill
for $20.00. I have often wondered
how much a vet charges to give a
cat a shave and haircut. Now, I
know and it's more than six bits!
We have the only angora cat
in town, which runs around in its
When I got home and turned
the cat loose, it zipped upstairs,
got in the closet, shut the door,
and I suppose has holed up until
its hair grows out again.
That's a funny looking cat!
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Jokes That Are Not Funny
The point of a joke is to make someone laugh. If a joke is told
and no one laughs, it's considered a bad joke.
Webster defines "Joke" as, "Something said to cause laughter,
esp. a brief story with a punch line." But there is more to a joke
than Mr. Webster's definition describes. He failed to mention that
someone or something must bear the "brunt" of the joke. In other
words, someone or some group must be portrayed in a negative way
or in an unkindly situation in most jokes.
I don't enjoy jokes like I once did. Several years ago I knew liter-
ally hundreds of jokes, but one day I realized I was laughing at
someone's misfortune, either real or imagined, and I couldn't justify
that in my mind. So, I decided to stop telling jokes.
My decision did not prevent people from telling me Jokes, how-
ever..If a joke is told to me today, I don't laugh because I don't want
to enjoy a good time at someone else's expense. For instance, the
following joke was told to me just the other day. -. .
Adam was in the Garden of Eden and God looked down and
knew something was wrong and said, "Adam, are you :lonely?"
Adam answered that he was very lonely, so God asked him, "Would
you likeme to give you someone to keep you company and love, to
be your faithful companion, to keep your house for you, to wash
and iron your leaves and stick by you through sickness and health
and never leave you?"
Immediately, Adam answered, 'Yes,. oh, yes I would, Godl
Please send me someone like that!"
God replied, "OK, Adam, but it will cost you an arm and a leg."
For a few moments Adam thought about it and said, 'Tell me,
God, what cai I get for a rib?" ,
See what I mean? That's a sexist joke if I've ever heard one and
I don't appreciate it one bit And I'm not going to laugh-and I hope
you don't either.
Another Joke similar to the one above, but even more tasteles's
was told me just yesterday. I shouldn't even print it, but I want you
to see just how sick some of these people are that think up these
jokes. It went-
Once upon a time there was a wife and mother who became
tired of being a housewife and being dominated by her "redneck"
husband. He would expect her to get up in the morning and cook
breakfast and. get him off to work. While he was at work he expect-
ed her to keep house and look after the children and even have din-
ner cooked when he came home from work. After dinner he almost
always sat in his recliner and drank beer while watching ball
She confided to a friend who suggested she start attending a
'Women's Liberation" group meeting so she could learn how to free
herself from her husband's domineering ways. She started secretly
attending and after about three months the group decided she was
ready to confront her husband with her new-found freedom.
She was nervous, but decided the group was right. That night
* when her husband arrived home he said, "Hi, honey. What's for
supper?" ,. .
'Whatever you -want to get in the kitchen and fix!" was her curt
He walked to his recliner, sat down and said, "How about get-
ting me a beer out of the refrigerator?"
"Get off your lazy rear and get It yourself" she replied, now feel-
ing a little more confident
A few moments passed when her husband turned and looked at
her evenly and said, "How would you like not seeing me for a few
"Whatever floats your boat, buster!" she replied, following her
Instructions and determined to go all the way.
Well, the next day she didn't see him. The second day she
didn't see him. Late in the evening of the third day, however, she
could see; Just a little..... out of her left eye.
That's not a funny joke and the person who thought it up
should be ashamed of even thinking such thoughts. It's far from be-
Ing funny and I'm not going to laugh.
* Next week I'll tell you a couple of tasteless Jokes about southern
rednecks. The following week it will be yankees and after that Po-
locks and after that...................
From Page 2
"Daddy, you can have the.
keys to my truck; can I change
"Josh, it's fixing to get good..
He's about to fly."
As the music went up, SU-
PERMAN dove out of a 101st floor
window of the Dally Planet and
zoomed across the sky high above
Metropolis. My boys went wild.
"Daddy, that's so fake."
"Did ya'll use to think that
They were down on the floor
laughing now. I grabbed a base-'
ball bat' and started for Jesse.
"Honey, it is fun-filledl" My
wife was doing a "terrible'job of
supressing her own laughter.
"Daddy, I don't want to hurt
your feelings," Josh had caught
his -breath, "but your man ain't
"Son, do you think your Su-
perman really flies because he's
in color and the movie technology
has improved somewhat since
1949? Do you think the Bundy's
are a real family? Do you think
those shows like Family Ties and
Silver Spoons where the 12-year-
old boy tells everyone in the
house what to do is real? Do you
t really think there's a 16-year-old
doing open heart surgery? Do you
actually believe those are Just or-
- diary people on Love Connection.
Do you believe that real football
coaches are anything like Hayden
Fox? I'll tell you another 'real one'
on today that's where the guy
leaps into different bodies in dif-
ferent places in different decades!
I've never even seen Sally Jessie
Raphael, but do you think that's
her real name? Son, it's all fake
today! Live studio wrestling and
Evening Shade is about all we've
"Hoss and Ben and Little Joe
were. really Matt was real! Mr. Ed
could talk! Sergeant Preston al-
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE,FL THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1993 PAGE 3A
New Business Opens On Reid Avenue
Danny Tankersley re-opened the old ed in cutting a ribbon Saturday, official
Hurlbut Supply Store on Reid Avenue Satur- opening the store. From left to right a
.day morning as Danny's Sporting Goods Dick Sweikert, Roger Thomas, Janis Tc
and Tackle store. Tankersley is offering a kersley, Danny Tankersley, Anna Tank
full line of fishing equipment and supplies sley, Chamber president Ralph Robers
as well as live bait. The new business is and Mayor Frank Pate. Pate is shown op
open six days a week from 6:00 a.m. to eating the scissors, assisted by little An
5:30 p.m. The Chamber of Commerce assist- Tankersley..
Thank You, Neighbors!!
To the Editor:
In December .my six (6) year
old son, Colby, was diagnosed
with lung cancer. Colby had sur-
gery in August of 1992, where
doctors removed what they be-
lieved was a benign carcinoid tu-
mor that occupied over 75% of
his trachea. We discovered in De-
cember that it had spread to his
lungs. He Is undergoing extensive
chemotherapy now and doing
well. We are going back for a CT
scan March 2, to se the results. I
can honestly say that God has
blessed us during this time. We
did not have a vehicle that was
dependable to make the neces-
ways got his man. Roy loved Dale.
Captain Midnight drank Ovaltine.
Ahd the Lone Ranger still carries
us back to those thrilling days of.
"Daddy, how about Joe Fri,
day? Is he real?"
'You mean on Dragnet, son?"
'Yes, Dad. The one that Just.
wants the facts."
I -gave him a great big hugl
There's hope for these guys yet.
"Boys, have I told you about
Paladin. Lash LaRue, Flash Gor-
don..... You know Indiana
sary trips for Colby's care, in fact
Mr. John Strickland came to pick
us up in January in Gainesville.
A wonderful group of people and
companies purchased a car for us
that is nice and dependable, I will
never be able to thank them all
enough for what they have done. I
pray for them that God will bless
them with any need they have.
May God be with you:
Charles (Stony) Peacock; Na-
tions & Associates; I.C.: Contrac-
tors; Alabama Electrical Contrac-
tors; Duncan Electric; McAbee
Construction; Smith Insulation;
Panhandle Fabricators; Mechani-
cal, Maintenance, Supervisors,
and Thadus.Russ of St. Joe For-
est Products; The Tread .MI- for,
tires and labor; Renfro Auto Parts
and St James Episcopal Church
for parts. Thank you.
There have been so, many
gestures made in our time of
need, we do so appreciate every-
thing. Even Just a call for concern
and a prayer means more than
you will. ever know. Also special
thanks to: Mary Baxley, Doris
Presnell and employees of Port St
Joe Elementary School; Charlotte
Nedley; Brother Howard Brown-'
ing; Brother George Malone; BPS
Constructors, Inc.,; Johni Strick-
land; Ruby-Kennedy; my mother;
Buddy, David, Bobby and Billy,
my brothers and their wives;
my husband, Paul Newsome
understanding and all the e
tonal support we needed to c
with all of this.
Becky Newsome &
To the Editor:
In The Star (March 4th) wa
picture on the front page of
starting of the construction of
new Subway. You referred to it
being the'-second fast food est
lishment in Port St. Joe.
I and several other people
town would like to know who
consider the first.
The Sub Shop came to I
St. Joe" in 1971, Teriy's Fi
Chicken (now Rooster's) came
1982, Hardee's came in 1984.
three of these businesses are a
shiukld be considered fast fi
Just because the Sub SI
and Rooster's are not large ch
businesses, does not mean
don't put our food out as fast
Hardee's and Subway does. If3
really think about it, any one
the restaurants in town that 1
a buffet Is just about fast food.
I think you Used the wro
choice of words.
Stewart (Yank) Lyle
Owner of the Sub Shop
[Editor's Note: In words
one syllable, you are right.)
The Gulf County Junior Dep-
uties will be sponsoring a Gospel
Sing on Saturday,. March 13 at
t-e Wewahitchka High School
commons area, beginning at 6:00
Featured singing groups will
be 'The Encouragers" of Savan-
nah, Georgia, and "The Thomp-
sons" of Marianna. "Against the
Wind" of the United Pentecostal
Church of Wewahitchka, Bob Da-
vis of Glad Tidings Assembly and
Elmer Rogers will be performing.
Adult admission Is $4.00 ad-
vance' and $6.00 at the door.
Children under 12 are admitted
freee with adult admission. Tick-
ets are available at Campbell's
Drugs and Mayhann Auto Parts
in Port St. Joe or Pitts Health-
mart Pharmacy in Wewahitchka.
Tickets can also be obtained by
contacting Bobby or Brenda Shiv-
er at 639-2099 or the Gulf
Courity Sheriffs Department at
re, Spectators are encouraged to
an- come early and enjoy hamburgers
er- ,cooked by Sheriff Al Harrison.
er- Other refreshments will also be
Booze to Minors.
Port St Joe Police Depart-
and ment made two arrests recently,
afo filing charges for selling alcoholic
for beverages to minors, by a busi-
ope According to Police Chief Carl
Richter, the department conduct-
ed a month-long investigation of
all local businesses, as a matter
of routine, placing charges
against the Jr. Food Store and
the Shell Service Station for in-:
fractions of the law.
Charges with the sale of alco-
holic beverages to a minor, were:
Jean Thompson, clerk of the Jr.
s a Food Store and Karen Davis,
the clerk at the Shell Service.
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Delta Epsilon Chapter
Members of the Delta Epsilon
Chapter, The Delta Kappa Gam-
ma Society International, met
Saturday, March 6, at the home
of Margaret Lewis in Panama
Following the business ses-
* sion with Margaret Addison, pres-
ident, presiding, Gall McCaskill
conducted a memorial service for
Mary Knight, a Delta Epsilon
Chapter member from Blount-
stown who recently passed away.
Mary was a retired educator de-
voted to her family, her church,
her friends and her community.
She continued to give voluntary
services in numerous capacities
prior to her illness. Pat Suggs
presented the program which was
a Bingo game to test members'
knowledge of the Society.
Members enjoyed a time of
fellowship and a delicious lunch-
eon prepared by Classic Catering
of Panama City.
Members attending from the
Port St. Joe/Mexico Beach area
were Lila Brouillette, Sara Fite,
Sadie Gardner, Jacque Price and
Megan Is One!
Megan Gentry turned a year
old on March 4. Helping her cele-
brate her special day were Mama
and Daddy, Nanny and Papa,
Brother Phil, Grannie Brown,
Aunt Debbie, Uncle Richard,
Aunt Peanut, Uncle Randy, Uncle
Pat, Aunt Krissy, cousins Brandi,
Nikki, Brett, Krista, and Jacob
along with friends Katherine Ar-
nold and Kristy Kirkland.
Megan is the daughter of Flip
and Peggy Gentry. She is the
granddaughter of E.C. and Betty
Bailey, and Dorthea Gentry.
Sharon Parker, Mexico
Beach, and Bruce Parker, Over-
street, announce the engagement
of their son, Gregory Lee Parker
of Gainesville, to Sharon Leslie
Brackett, daughter of Maryellen
and Clifford L. Brackett of Port
The, bride-elect graduated
from The University of Florida,
College of Journalism and Com-
munications with a Bachelor of
Science in Advertising in; May of
The groom-elect is an alumni
of Port St. Joe High School and
will graduate from the University
of Florida with a Bachelor of Sci-
ence in Nuclear Engineering in
May of 1993. Upon graduation,
he will be commissioned as ,an
Ensign in the United States Navy.
The wedding is planned for
June 19 in Port St Lucie. Friends
and relatives of the couple, are
cordially invited to attend.
Gregory Paul Mueller and
Shirley Ann Ford
S, KatrineT. 'For would like
'.:to announce the engagement andc
approaching marriage of her
daughter, Shirley Ann, to Gregory
Paul Mueller. Greg is the son o
r The SL Joseph's Bay Chap
, ter, National Daughters of the
American Revolution will mee
Wednesday, March 17 at the Gar
den Center on Eighth Street at 12
noon ET. All members are -en
courage to attend.
e YDr. SLanley' Rt.'uler and Veina
I Lucille Porteus. The bride-elect is
r also the daughter of the late Wil-
liam H. Ford.
f Shirley is a 1983 graduate of
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School.
The groom-elect is a 1985
graduate of Westfield Vocational
High School. He served in the
Army Corps of Engineers, Air-
- borne Unit from 1986 to 19906.
t The wedding will take place
- on April 10 at 6:QQ0 p.m. at the
2 Schmidt Mansion in Tumwater,
Washington. The couple currently
resides in Olympia, Washington.
204 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe
Under New Management
BOYS AND GIRLS
2 to register
Herbert and Charlene Smith
Herbert and Charlene Smith
of Panama City will celebrate
their 25th wedding anniversary
on March 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Communications Workers of
America Union Hall, 727 Oak Av-
enue, in Panama City.
The celebration will be hosted
by their children: Lauren and
Steve Sundle, and Stephen
Smith, all of Panama City.
The couple was married on
February 17, 1968, in Wewa-
Besides two children, they
have two grandchildren: Josie La-
uren Sundle and Codi Elizabeth
Mr. Smith is employed with
Southern Bell Telephone Compa-
ny. Mrs. Smith is a homemaker.
They are members of the Cove
STrust me for
all your life
Life Insurance Company
Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois
Like a good neighbor,
State Farm is there.
Charles J. Robinson and
Sherry A. Causey
Sherry Causey and Charles J.
Robinson would like to announce
their forthcoming marriage on
March 25 at Long Avenue Baptist
Church at 5:30 p.m. ET.
Parents of the couple are Roy
and Maxine Robinson, and
George and Brenda Neel.
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1993 -PAGE 5A
* Spiritual Retreat Set
for This Weekend
"Discovering Your Spiritual Memorial United Methodist
Gifts" is the theme of the 1993 Church in Selma.
Spiritual Enrichment Retreat to Don't miss this special oppor-
be held at Blue Lake Assembly tunity to take a weekend apart
Grounds on March 12-14 by the from daily cares and duties to en-
Alabama/West Florida Confer- hance your spiritual develop-
ence of United Methodist Women. ment.. I
The leader of this retreat is* .
the Reverend Dick Wills, senior In Appreciation
pastor at the Christ Church Unit-
ed Methodist in Ft. Lauderdale. We cannot begin to express
The Reverend Wills is a pastor, our appreciation to you for the
husband, father and active mem- love and concern shown to us
ber of many boards and agencies during the long illness and death
in the United Methodist Church. of our loved one, John G. Blount,
He has led numerous, spiritual Jr.
life retreats. He has served as a Our time of sorrow has been
study group leader for Conference lessened by your support and
Schools of Christian Missions in prayers. Thank you for the contri-
the Marianna/Panama City juris- butions you have made in so
diction. He is a graduate of Flori- many ways. Please continue to re-
da Southern College and Chan- member us in your prayers.
dler School of Theology at Emory May God bless each and eve-
University. ry one of you.
The music at this 1993 re- Elwyn & Margaret Lois Blount
treat will be led by Sandra Roe Sonjia, Wayne, Cristie &,
and Kathryn F. Smoot from the Rick Taylr
* .. *' '* 7'. '" / 1 -I *.
John Hicks takes advantage of the free cholesterol screening
held at the Health Fair last Thursday evening.
Health Fair Held Mar. 4
The second annual communi-
ty health fair, sponsored by the
Gulf County Health Services Pro-
ject, was held March 4 at Port St.
Joe High School.'
:Special thanks go to: Wewa-
hlichka Medical Clinic for provid-
ing cholesterol screenings and,,
consultations; Gulf Pines Ambu-
#4 lance for blood pressure screen-
Sings and Resuscitation Annie-
demoiostrations; Dr. Dusty May
for dental screenings; Newberry
Eye Clinic for vision screenings;
Wewahitchka Ambulance for Re-
suscitation Annie demonstration:
Nemours Children's Clinic for
!From hot rod to th~e bfue v-ani-
years O[d.;. Emify.1
We4' kove !Jolt
M~om,- Dad,9 Matt, .Sfzdfia,
providing blood sugar checks;
and Dr. Cecil Tillis for hearing
Agencies thai provided health
information included the Health
Services Project, Gulf County
Public Health Unit, HRS Medic-
aid, Chemical Addictions Recov-
ery Effort. Spectrum Home Health
Care, and March of Dimes.
Entertainment was provided
by Port St. Joe High School's
chorus and child care was by the
The Health Services Project
thanks all who participated in the
It's A Girl!
Steve and Lauren Sundle of
Panama City announce the birth
of their daughter, Codi Elizabeth
Sundie. Codi was born on Febru-
ary 15 at 3:07 p.m. at Bay Medi-
cal Center in Panama City. She
weighed 9 pounds 13.6 ounces
and was 21 inches long. Codi was
welcomed home by her sister, Jo-
sie Lauren Sundie.
Codi is the granddaughter of
Herbert and Charlene Smith of.
Panama City, and the late Lloyd
and Shirley Sundle of Panama
City. She is the great grand-
daughter of Robert and Mary
Smith of White City, and the late
Charles and Josie Qdom of We-
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Wed., March 31, 1993
Motel St. Joe
Carol The Star 227-1278
Sea Oats and Dunes Garden
Club will present a flower show,
"Spring Fling" on March 27 and
28 at the Mexico Beach Chamber
of Commerce. building. It will be
open to the. public on Saturday
from 2:00-5;00 p.m. CT, and
Sunday from 1:00-4:00 p.m. CT.
The Club invites all area am-
ateur growers to enter horticul-
ture classes of the show. Rules
and entry cards may be picked
up at the Chamber any morning
or from any member of the Sea
Oats and Dunes Garden Club.
Qe acy Arts
SBrian Robert Szafranski and
Deborah Lynn Myers
Mrs. William H. Myers, Port
Richey, is pleased to announce
the engagement and forthcoming
marriage of her daughter, Debo-
rah Lynn Myers to Brian Robert
Szafranski, son of Robert and
Deloris Szafranski of Hopewell,
The bride-elect graduated
from Florida State University with
a bachelor's degree in Manage-
ment and is currently a graduate
student at Florida State Universi-
ty. She is employed as a comput-
er programmer with General Elec-
tric at Tyndall Air Force Base.
The groom-elect graduated
from North Carolina State Univer-
sity with bachelor's, degrees in
Chemical Engineering, and Pulp
and Paper Technology. He is em-
ployed with St. Joe Forest Prod-
ucts Company as a process engi-
The wedding will be held May
1, 2:00 p.m. at Parker United
Methodist Church in, Panama
City. A reception will immediately
Codi Elizabeth Sundie
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Sears Card welcome, as
well as most other cards.
follow. All friends and relatives
,. are cordially invited to attend.
Terrance Dawson will be cele-
braUng his fifth birthday on
March 12 with a "Batman" party.
Helping him celebrate his big day
will be his cousins, friends, neph-
ew and niece.
He is the son of Darion and
Gwen Dawson of .Port St.:.,Jpe.
kGrandparents.are Steveand Leola
Gathers, Horace and .Tereasa
Barrn-, all of Port St. Joe.
Dr. James Smith
Port St. Joe
Crusade Choir Each Night
Join the fun of a "Spring Fling". It
will be a judged show.
Tickets are still available for
the annual Madhatter Luncheon
sponsored by the Potpourri Club.
The luncheon, set for noon
on March 20th at the St. Joseph
Bay Country Club, will feature a
fashion show and hat contest. All
proceeds from the luncheon will
be donated to the Gulf County
Tickets are available from
club members or by calling 227-
2008. Ticket price is $12.00.
Our special thanks to our many fiends and customers
who have made our business a success for the fast 19 1/2
years. We will close the craft store March 30th at 5:00
p.m. and my retirement will start then.,
The frame shop willremain open, in the budding next
door, with new and expanded fines, including art and
she supplies, glues and an assortment ofgiftsand
Anyone: interested in buying tthe remaining craft
supplies may inquire at Picture Perfect frame Shop.
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Two PSJES Students
Win Mentions at Fair
Julia Six and Brett Lowry
Julia Six and Brett Lowry re-
ceived honorable, mentions in the
Junior division at the Chipola Re-
gional Science Fair held in Mari-
atina March 4-5.
"' Julia's project, "Student of
t&e Week," placed fourth in the
math category while Brett's pro-
ject, "Steam Engines," was fourth
Other entries submitted were
S"Bread Molds" by Piper Redmond
and "Distilled Water". by Aaron
Howard Collett Otis Smith
Howard Collett, 74, of Wewa-
hitchka, died Wednesday, March
3 at his home. He had been a res-
ident of Gulf County for six years,
coming here from Dearborn
Heights, Michigan. He served in
the U.S. Army during World War
II, and was a member of Parkway
He was survived by his wife,
Irene Collett of Wewahltchka; two
daughters, Diane White of Livo-
nia, Michigan, and Charlene
Rushing ofWewahitchka; two ais-
ters, Minnie Green and Ruby
McDanlels, both of Detroit, Michi-
gan; three brothers, Herman Col-
lett and Ted Collett, both of De-
troit, and Robert Collett of Flagler
Beach; four grandchildren, Amy
White, Brian White, Melissa
Rushing, and Jamie Rushing.
Funeral services were held
Friday, March 5 at Kent-Forest
Lawn Home Chapel with the Rev.
Buddy Glass. officiating with in-
e-mnent-following' in the 'Forest' ..
Lawn Cemetery. Asked to serve as
active pallbearers were J. Glenn
Alligood. Jimmy C. Alligood, Ken-
neth Langley, Herbert Hayes, Al-
len Hayes, and Tommy Suber.
Kathy and Shep,
Open 7 days
Otis Smith, 81, of Honeyville,
passed away Wednesday after-
noon, March 3, in Bay Medical
Center following a brief illness.
He was a native and lifelong resi-
dent of Gulf County and was re-
tired as an oiler for St. Joe Forest
Products Co. He was a member of
the Tupelo Lodge #289 F&AM,
Chapter #229, OES, and the
Church of Jesus ,Christ of the
Latter Day Saints.
Survivors include his wife,
Bessie Smith, Honeyville;, two
sons, Phillip C. Smith of Bridge
City, Texas, and Thomas B.
Smith: of Port Arthur, Texas; one
daughter, Hazel Arnold of Wewa-
hitchka; 11 grandchildren; 13
great grandchildren; and two sis-
ters, Ethel Anderson of Wewa-
hitchka, and Nita Branch of Call-
away. He was preceded in death
by a daughter, the late Wanda
.,. ueral. ,services were, held
Saturday at the Honeyville Meth-
odist Church. Interment followed
in the family plot at Roberts Ce-
metery with graveside Masonic
All services were' under the
direction of Comforter Funeral
Home, Wewahitchka Branch
Centel Cellular Company an-
nounced it will change its name
to Sprint Cellular company, effec-
tive April 21, 1993. 'The new
name follows the announced
completion of the merger between
Centel Corporation and Sprint
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Absolutely no obligation.
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Funds Needed for Center
The Gulf County. Senior Citi-
zens Association is asking the
public to help raise enough mon-
ey to build the new 6,450 square
foot facility. There are donation
boxes in the Piggly Wiggly. IGA,
Saveway, and soon will be in all
the banks. Please held by donat-
ing the change when you do your
Brochures are available at all
the Senior Citizens Centers,
\Chamber of Commerce, or from
any of the Board of Directors. You
may also make a donation in
memory of a loved one, or in your
business or family name. All
pledges will be accepted.
The Association is dedicated
in reaching their goal. They will
Tonight at 7:00
The Chemical Addictions Re-
covery Effort (CARE), Inc. will be
having its monthly board meeting
on March 11, 7:00 p.m. EST, at
the Regency Professional Center,
located at 4000 East Third Street,
Suite 200, Springfield.
be holding numerous fund rais-
ing events. It is hoped that all of
the Senior Citizens presently re-
ceiving services and/or their fam-
ilies will realize this need and
pick up a brochure and mail a
small donation to:
Gulf County Senior Citizens
Assoc., Inc., 198 Peters Street,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
at First Nazarene
Revival continues with Evan-
gelist Harold Meyers at the First
Church of the Nazarene, 2420
Long Avenue, ends Sunday. Sat-
urday night there will be a heal-
The Harold Meyers Evangelis-
tic Team has been in the ministry
for over 20 years. They travel in a
motor home preaching, singing,
and ministering for God.
Services are held nightly at
Pastor George Malone and his
congregation invites everyone to
receive a blessing from God by
being a part of this meeting.
PUBLIC NOTICES... I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 93-25
IN RE: The Marriage of
PAULA JEANETTE WARREN
RONALD MACK WARREN,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: RONALD MACK WARREN
Rt. 4, Box 28
Mendenhall, MS 39118
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for disso-
lution of marriage has been filed against you. You
are required to serve a copy of your written defens-
es, if any, to the action on Petitioner's attorney
whose name and address is THOMAS S. GIBSON,
303 Fourth Street. P.O. Box 39, Port St. Joe, Flori-
da 32456 on or before March 22, 1993 and file the
original with the clerk of this court, either before
service on Petitioner's attorney or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise, a judgment will be entered to
the relief demanded in the petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court
onFebruary 12, 1993.
BENNY C. LISTER
As Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ Stacte M. Davis
As Deputy Clerk
Publish: February 18, 25, March 4 and 11, 1993.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDI-'
CIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO. 92-286-CA
MID STATE TRUST II, a Delaware business trust,
BILLY J. LEONBERGER and KIM M. LEONBER-
GER, his Wife; ASSOCIATES FINANCIAL SERVIC-
ES COMPANY OF FLORIDA, INC.; BAY HOSPITAL,
INC., d/b/a HCA GULF COAST HOSPITAL; and
BENEFICIAL FLORIDA, INC.,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: BILLY J. LEONBERGER. whose current real-'
dence Is unknown, but whose last known
address was 3405 Whitney Court, Tallahas-
see, Florida 32308
KIM M. LEONBERGER, whose current ad-
dress is unknown, but whose last known ad-
dress was 3405 Whitney Court, Tallahassee,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Complaint to
foreclose a mortgage on the following described
real property in Gulf County. Florida. which mort-'
gage is recorded In Gulf County Official Recoz dq,
Book 119, Pages 754-755, to-wiLt: -.
Lot No. 12, Creekwood (Phase II) more particu-
larly described as: Commence at the NE
ner of the S 1/2 of the NW1/4 of the NW 17/4
of S35, TSS, R11W, Gulf Co., FL and thence
run. S (Bearing Base) along the E boundary
line of said NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 for 450.56
ft. thence S89'25'45'W for 392.51 ft. to the E
right of way line of So. Fork Drive thence
S00*34'15"E along said, right of way line for
336.00 ft. for the POB. From said POB contin-
ue S0034'15"E along said right of way line for
125.00 ft. thence leaving said right of way line
run N89*25'45"E for 176.94 ft. thence
N03ITOO"E for 125.28 ft. thence
S89025'45W for 185.35 ft. to the POB. Said
parcel of land having an area of .52 'acres,
more or less, and being subject to a 10 ft. wide
dra lbage easement along the Easterly boun-
dary thereof. Also known as Lot 12, of the UN-
RECORDED PLAT OF CREEKWOOD UNIT NO.
has been filed against you and you.are required to
serve a colpy of your written defenses, if any, to it"
on Plaintiffs' Attorney. JULIAN BENNETT, P.O.
Box 2422, Panama City, Florida 32402, on or. be-
fore the 7th day of April, 1993, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before service
on Plaintiffs' attorney or immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the Complaint. .
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court on
this 17th day of February. 1993.
BENNY C. LISTER
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/Tonya Knox
Publish: February 25, March 4, 11, and 18, 1993.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BAY COUNTY,
CASE NO. 93-709
IN RE: The Marriage of
PAUL ERWIN FIKES,
MARY CATHERINE FIKES,
NOTICE OF ACTION
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: PAUL ERWIN FIKES
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
for dissolution of marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any, to It on MARY CATHE-
RINE FIKES, Petitioner, whose address is HC3 Box
171C, Port St. Joe, FL 32456 on or before April. 1,
1993, a. d file the original with the clerk of this
court before service on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fall to do so, a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief demanded In the
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court
on February 22, 1993.
CLERK OF THE COURT ,i
By: /s/ Pam M. Loper
Publish: February 25, March 4, 11, and 18, 1993.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO. 92-246
PEOPLES FIRST FINANCIAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION, a State Chartered Savings and
Loan Association, "
ELIZABETH CARROL SHANDS and BOARDWALK .
OF CAPE SAN BIAS HOMEOWNER'S ASSOCIA-
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is given that pursuant to. a Final
Judgement dated February 22, 1993, In Case No.
92-246.of the Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Ju-
dicial Circuit In and for Gulf County, Florida, in
which PEOPLES FIRST FINANCIAL SAVINGS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION, a State Chartered Savings
and Loan Association, is the Plaintiff and ELIZA-
BETH CARROLL SHANDS and BOARDWALK. OF
CAPE SAN BIAS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,
INC., are the Defendants, I will sell to .the highest
and best bidder for cash at the West Front Door of
the Courthouse in Gulf County. Florida, on March
24, 1993 at 11:00 a.m., EST the following-
described property set forth in the' Final Judge-
Lot 10, Block 3. Unit #1, Surfslde Estates, ac-
cording to an official plat thereof on file in the
Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court, Gulf
County, Florida in Plat Book 2, Page 18, Public
Records of Gulf County, Florida. Also, known
as Lot 40,'The Boardwalk at Cape San Blas.
DATED this 22 day of February, 1993.
GULF COUNTY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Lynne Renfro
Publish: March 11 and 18, 1993.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR GULF
CASE. NO. 92-175
BANK SOU'TI-N.A., "* .
WILLIAM A. ODELL and GEORGE W. LOZ JR.,
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant
to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 22
day of February, 1993, in Case No. 92-175 of the
Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit In
and for Gulf County, Florida in which BAtiK
SOUTH, N.A. is the Plaintiff and WILLIAM A.
ODELL and GEORGE W. LOTZ, JR., are the De
fendants, the HONORABLE BENNY LISTER, Clerk
of Circuit Court, will sell the personal property at
public sale on the 24th day of March, 1993 at
11:00 a.m. EST to the highest bidder for cash. ex-
cept as prescribed In Paragraph 4 at the Front
Door of the Clerk's Office, Gulf County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida in Gulf-County, Flori-
da. in accordance with Section 45.031, Florida
Statutes the following described personal property:
Lot 10, Block 8, Yon's Addition to Beacon Hill
according to the official plat thereof recorded
In Plat Book 1, Page 45, Public Records'of Gulf
Witness my hand and official seal of this
Honorable Court, this 22 day ofFebruary. 1993.
Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ Tonya Knox
Publish: March 11 and 18, 1993.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
" persons) Intend to register with the State of Flori-
da the fictitious name or trade name under which
they will be.engaged in business and in which said
business Is to be carried on, to-wit ,
COMPANY NAME: DANNYS SPORTING GOODS
LOCATION: 306 Reid Avenue., Port St Joe, FL
ADDRESS: 306 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe. FL
OWNERS: JANIS AND JAMES DANIEL TANKER-
Publish: March 11. 1993.
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed proposals will be received in the office
of the City Clerk, 305 Fifth Street. Port St. Joe,
'Florida. until 4:30 p.m., April 5, 1993, for the
demolition of an old Incinerator located at 'the
Wastewater Treatment Plant, Port St Joe, Florida,
as outlined in the specifications pertaining thereto.
Specifications and bid documents may be.
obtained from the City Clerk's Office, 305 Fifth
Street, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, telephone (904)
229-8261, Monday through Friday, between 8:00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Bids will be publicly opened
and read during the regular City Commission
meeting. Commission Chambers, City Hall, 305
Fifth Street, Port St Joe, Florida on April 6. 1993
(8:00 p.m.). The City reserves the 'right to accept or
reject any or all bids, or to select the bid felt to be
In the best interest of the City.
/s/ JIM MALOY
Publish: March 11 and 25, 1993.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
persons) Intend to register with the State of Flori-
da the fictitious name or trade name under which
they will be engaged In business and In which said
business Is to be carried on, to-wit:
COMPANY NAME: BAYSIDE SERVICE CO.
LOCATION: 1618 MARVIN AVENUE, PORT ST.
JOE, FL 32456
ADDRESS: 1618 MARVIN AVENUE, PORT ST.
JOE, FL 32456
OWNER: DAVID C. KENNEDY
Publish: March 11, 1993.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
persons) Intend to register with the State of Flori-
da the fictitious name or trade name under which
they will be engaged in business and in which said
business Is to be carried on, to-wit:
COMPANY NAME: PICTURE PERFECT FRAME
LOCATION: 223 REID AVENUE, PORT ST. JOE,
ADDRESS: 223 REID AVENUE, PORT ST. JOE, FL
oWNER JACQUELYN CARRILLO
Publish: March 11, 1993.
Registration Books are now open. at the Of-
fice of Cora Sue Robinson. Gulf County Supervisor
of Elections, Gulf County Courthouse, and will re-
main open through April 12. 1993 for voter regis-
ir-;lo n and changes In registration for the upcom-
Ig Municipal Election, Tuesday. May 11, 1993.
1i If': CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/ liln Maloy
Iuh.l-sh: March II and April 1,. 1993.
I. Eugene H. Wilson, Ill, will no longer be re-
.,l.isll)l< for debts Incurred by Jean G. Martin
WllInra ns of this date March 11, 1993.
illils: March 11. 18. and 25, 1993.
221 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe
The E-Chota Cherokee Indian
Tribe of Florida, Inc. will be hold-
ing its Bi-Annual Pow-wow April
9, 10 and 11 on the reservation
in Mossy Head.
1:11 ort S. Joe
SPRING CLEAN UP
The Gulf County Board of County Commissioners,
the Sea Oats and Dunes Garden Club, and the
Gulf County Beaches Volunteer Fire Department
are sponsoring Spring Clean Up. You must separ-
ate your yard trash, your limbs and like items;
your white goods (appliances and like items) into
separate piles on the right-of-way. You must do
this by April 1st there will be one run only.
ABSOLUTELY NO HOUSEHOLD TRASH AND NO
MATERIALS THAT CAN BE CLASSIFIED HAZ-
ARDOUS WASTE (PAINT, PAINT THINNER, MIN-
ERAL SPIRITS, ETC.)
Also, we would like to encourage everyone to clean
the litter off their street in their neighborhood.
Let's all do our part to make Gulf County litter-
Thank you for your participation in this project.
Publish: 2/25/93 -4/1/93
For Take Out Orders, Call 227-1670
Closed Sunday & Monday
The World's Finest
Enjoy the best from St.
Joseph Bay and Indian
Lagoon with us.
(ON C-30 SOUTH OF PORT ST. JOE) ,
Look to us for digging equipment and
keep your job on schedule. No one can
meet contractor needs like us.
Lawns deserve a manicure a couple of
times a year. Edge along sidewalks
and driveways for a
Break up the ground for a garden or
flowe Our rototillers are just the
tool for greenthumbers.,
.Remove heavy underbrush,
cut saplings up to 4 inches.
diameter or trim
weeds. It's easy
Remove thatch-layers of dead
grass-with ease. We'll meet
all your lawn
Get down in the trenches with a rugged
trencher. The latest dirt is that renting
saves you big money. -
FREE DELIVERY and PICK UP
ON ANY RENTAL OF $35.00 OR MORE
(Good Only In Port St. Joe Area)
St. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
White Potatoes........... 10 Ib. 990 Oranges doz. $1.00
Tomatoes Ib. 49 Bananas 3 bs. $1.00
: All Kinds of Seafood and Sandwiches
Call for a quote on your auto
or homeowners insurance.
706 First Street
.THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 11 1993
Attention, parents of eighth
graders Tired of being in the
dark about your child's school
life? Well, be sure to mark your
calendar for Monday, March 15.
The annual Open House will be
held at 6:00 p.m. that evening in
the high school media center. All
parents of eighth graders are en-
couraged to attend.
After chatting with teachers,
you might realize a need for extra
help in certain areas of your
child's school work. Speaking as
a student, I know we all need a
little extra help at times in certain
subjects. Besides, it can't hurt to
show teachers how conscientious
you are and possibly earn a few
brownie points! Free tutoring is
offered at the high school from
2:30 to 3:45 Monday thru Thurs-
day afternoons. Help is available
to all Jr. high/sr. high students at-
all levels. Tutoring for language
arts is held Mondays and
4( Wednesdays in room 109, while
Math is on Tuesdays and Thurs-
days in room 213.
I know all 12th graders will
be interested in hearing about
scholarship applications current-
ly available in the Guidance Of-
fice. It would be impossible to list
all the scholarship opportunities
dug up by our caring guidance
staff, so the best thing to do
would be to go and see Mrs. Belin
to check out your options. You
will undoubtedly be surprised at
the number of scholarships avail-
able for a person of your descrip-
tion. However, here is one schol-
arship currently available to
outstanding high school seniors
planning to attend Florida Agri-
cultural and Mechanical Universi-
ty, Bethune-Cookman College,
Edward Waters College, or: Flori-
da Memorial College. A minimum
of one year Florida residency is
required. This is a need-based
scholarship that offers $3,000 per
academic year. Interested? If so,
contact the high school Guidance
Office about applications under
the title of the Mary McLeod Be-,
thune Scholarship Challenge
Grant Fund. Hurry, applications'
must be postmarked by April 301
We would like to congratula-
tion the varsity baseball team on
their first victory in their game
against Sneads. Way to go, Boys!
SThe Lady Sharks softball
team began their season by a win
one, lose one double header
against Florida High. Good luck,
Girls, and we look forward to
more (even better) turnouts!
Last, but certainly not least, I
would like to recognize our Stu-
dents of the Month foir February.,
They are: Jarred Patterson,
Stephanie Maxwell, Matthew Ro-
berson, Tawanda Jenkins, Eric,
Monteiro, and Joy Davis.
Drug-Free Schools Master
Teacher Council Meets
The Panhandle Area Educa- School; Patti Garner, Rhoulhac'
tional Cooperative. Drug-Free Middle School; Patty Hayward,
Schools Master Teacher Council Blountstown Elementary School;
met recently at the PAEC office in Della Peel, Vernon Elementary
Chipley for its Initial meeting of School; Aundrea Sellars, Golson
the 1992-93 school year. The Elementary School; Patricia Hall,
council is made up of teachers Grand Ridge School; and Gale
who have a strong commitment to Ferguson, Bristol Elementary
the drug-free schools curriculum School; Billie Dickson, Jackson
and who represent six Panhandle County Schools DFS Coordinator;
school districts. Topics covered at Paula Waller. Director. PAEC;
this meeting included a report Millie Kissinger,,RIJk Everitt and
from the full PAEC-DFS.-Task.... Bdrbai' Sfthey-ScBte Consul-
Force/Advisory Council meeting,. -tants, PAEC.
highlights from the results of the
1992 student survey, and.a pres- Members of the council but
entation by Dr. Mary Beth Mor- unable to attend this meeting
ton, who reviewed teacher inser- were Herman Jones, Highland
vice modules developed at the View Elementary School; Karen
University of West Florida to be Edwards, Gracevllle Middle
used with the drug-free schools School; James MdFatter and Dar-
curriculum. lous Ellis, Holmes County; and
Attending were Janice An- Sharon Mitchell, Roulhac Middle
drews, Ponce de: Leon High School.
Fleatwater Sound Shop Band
Marie's Corner Bar
So. Hwy. 71 & 386 in Wewahitchka
Friday & Saturday
Sunday Free Cookout 3:30
oin in the fuA n ofSt. iPatricks Day
March 17 with Free Corned
Beef & Cabbage starting at 4
p.m. 'til ? & Green Beer'
Natasha Powell Is County Spelling Champ
" Shark News
ing all participants and guests.
The champ's next challenge
will be the regional competition in
Natasha Powell, a seventh
grade student at Port St. Joe Jr.-
Sr. High School, spelled her way
to the county spelling champion-
ship on Wednesday, March 3.
This year's county bee was held
in the Media Center at Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School and went
After nine rounds of words,
the field had narrowed to the
champ, Natasha and Nichole
Lance, a Wewahitchka sixth grad-
er. Ten words later, Nichole mis-
spelled "listener." Natasha then
spelled the next word on the pro-
nouncer's list, "arduous", for her
Other school champs partici-
pating in the bee were: Amanda
Haney, Faith Christian;' Tracey
Fitzgerald, Port St Joe Elemen-
tary; John Gainous, Highland
View Elementary; and Joe Dan-
ford, Wewahitchka High School.
Gulf County Schools would
especially like to thank Barbara
Shirley-Scott, who served as the
pronouncer, Jacque Price, Dr,
David Bidwell, and Miriam Dis-
Panama City on Saturday, March
Good luck, Nafashal
Ross E. Tucker, CLU, RHU
Insurance Agency, Inc.
Midland National Life Insurance
+ (Superior) *Weiss Research A
*Standard & Poor's AA+ (Excellent
muke, the judges. Thanks also
goes to the host school, Port St.
Joe High, for the reception honor-
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329 Reid Ave.
The Port St. Joe High School
Student Government Association
hosted the Florida Association of
Student Councils' District One
Convention last Saturday with 18
area schools attending. During
the business meeting, Apalachi-
cola was elected president, and
Altha as secretary-treasurer. Port
St. Joe, in its first bid at district
office, was elected vice-president
Workshops were held on a
broad range of subjects and guest
speakers spoke on the topics of
race relations and the PRIDE Pro-
gram, which recognizes and re-
wards student achievement Dur-
ing the debate over resolutions,
Caroline Lister won support for a
measure that would balance the
graduation requirements for
schools which have been reduced
to six period schedules.
A number of faculty and
friends worked behind the scenes
to help, and the S.G.A wants es-
pecially to thank those people
who came out Saturday to lend a
hand Chris Brumbaugh, Ann
Comforter, Margaret Ellmer,
Charlotte Pierce, and Wes Taylor.
Also, from the community, inval-
uable assistance was given by,-
Carolyn Peak and Rick Williams.
PSJES PTA to
The Port St. Joe Elementary
School PTA meeting will be held
in the. school auditorium at 6:00
p.m., Tuesday, March 16. An
open house and refreshments will
follow the business meeting.
If you have not yet picked up
your fundraising tickets, please
stop by the Video Merchant. They
.must be turned in for the drawing,
at the PTA meeting.
Each delegate received a gift-
laden grab-bag which was gener-
ously provided by the following
contributors: Carlisle Jewelry,
Citizens Federal Savings Bank,
Gulf Coast Community College,
Piggly Wiggly, Rich's IGA, St. Joe
Papermakers Federal Credit Un-
ion, St. Joseph Telephone and
Telegraph Company, Saveway,
The Star, First Union Bank, and
Wewahitchka State Bank.
We also would like to thank
these merchants who sponsored
the programs: The Sand Dollar,
Motel St. Joe Restaurant, Linda's
Restaurant, J. Patrick's Restau-
Series March 22
On March 22, from 11 a.m. to
2 p.m. CT, Gulf World staff will
host a seminar to explain the
phenomenon of beaching or
stranding by marine mammals
and the underlying environmen-
tal issues raised by such behav-
ior. Participants are asked to pro-
vide, a, brown bag lunch., A $5
admission will be charged at the
Gulf World entrance. Advance
reservations are suggested. Regis-
tration is held Monday through
Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. CT. For more information,
The-public is invited to a Eu-
chre card party at the Mexico
Beach Chamber of Commerce
building on Friday evenings,
March 12 and 19 at 7:00 p.m.
Please bring a partner.
4.9 fuel injected engine
Electric 4 speed
"[ Package 498-A
AC, AM/FM stereo with
cassette, sliding rear
window, cloth, seats
Cars & Trucks of Bay Co., Inc.
Anything Unusual ats
1970 Ford Torino Cobra Jet.................10,800
1979 Ford F-150 Custom 4x4.................. 3,800
1986 Bumble Bee 16' Bass Boat,
70 hp Johnson .........................................3,900
1992 Dodge Ram 350 Cargo Van............14,900
20' House Boat, Fiberglass Hull............. 4,500
4 to Choose from 16 to 25 Diesel
Farm Tractors ........................3,500-4,900
1930 Model A Ford 2Dr. Sedan...................9,900
1982 Ford F-700 Diesel Cab & Chassis.......4,900
1979 Chevy C-60 Cab & Chassis .............3,900
Regardless of what you may be looking
for, give me a try. ,oo,
IF IT ROLLS, FLOATS, OR FLIES I
~ WILL FIND IT FOR YOU!
Call Mike Hammock Today
339 E. 15th St. Panama City
PAEC Hosts Drug-Free
Schools, AIDS Workshop
The Panhandle Area Educa-
tional Cooperative (PAEC) in Chi-
pley recently hosted a Drug-Free
Schools and AIDS workshop for
teachers from six Panhandle
counties. Presented by the Uni-
versity of Florida's Center for
Cooperative Learning, the work-
shop-under the direction of con-
sultant Rhonda Means, intro-
duced teachers to learning
packets on alcohol abuse and
sexually transmitted' diseases.
These materials will be used in
classrooms to promote abstinence
and protection for youth.
In attendance from Jackson
County, were Judy Cunningham,
Lisa McArthur, Brenda Scipper,
Michelle Sizemore, Teresa Hobbs,
Sarah Sims, Tami Hall, Patricia
Segrest, Katherine Crawford, Jo-
lene Watkins, Sherri Skipper and
Billie Dickson; from Holmes
County Debra Land, Karen Pitt-
man, Sharon Turner; from Frank-
lin County Gail Herzech, Amanda
Faircloth and Toni Taranto; from
Gulf County Martha Weimorts,
Tim Wilder, Etna Gaskin, and La-
nita Taunton; from Calhoun
County Sue Howell, Marie Grang-
er and Earlene Barnes; from
Washington County Charles
Brown and Gail Knight; and from
PAEC Paula Waller and Barbara
Danny's Sporting G
Monday-Saturday 6:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
& Live Shrimp Live Shiners Paint
Fresh & Salt Water Tackle Marine Hardware
50% off Electrical Supplies, Plumbing, Selected Paint, Hardware '
306 Reid Avenue
SUPER PRICE ON 4X4!
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.PAGE 8A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1993
Tax-Aide Available in Gulf County
Income tax season is still
with us. If you have received your
federal income tax forms, they
must be filled out correctly and
submitted by April 15, 1993.
There is free tax assistance
available. The AARP (American
.Association of Retired Persons) in
conjunction with the IRS (Internal
tRevenue Service) has trained and
Y certified volunteers on duty to
help you complete your tax
Help is available at the follow-
ing locations, days, times, and
Port St. Joe
Wednesday, Fire Station (rear
of City Hall), 9:00 a.m. to 1:00
p.m. ET; Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens Center, 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. ET
Thursday, Gulf County Li-
brary, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET
Tuesday, Mexico Beach Fire
Station, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Monday, Senior Citizens Cen-
ter, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET.
Jodie Wear made the All A
honor roll at Port St. Joe High
School while Amanda Phillips
made the A&B honor roll. Both
students are seventh graders.
fGulf County Commission Minutes
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
FEBRUARY 9. 1993
y The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met this date in regular session with the
following members present- Chairman Nathan Pe-
ters Jr., Commissioners Warren J. Yeager Jr., MI-
chael L. Hammond and Billy E. Traylor. Commis-
sloner Jessie V. Armstrong was absent.
i Others present were: County Attorney J.
Patrick Floyd; Clerk Benny C. Lister, Chief Deputy
Clerk Doug Birmingham, Deputy Clerk Debbe Wib-
berg. Public Works Superintendent Bob Lester, Ad-
min. Asst/Cvll Defense Director Larry Wells,
Building Inspector Don Butler, and Veteran Servic-
es Officer Dan Clifford.
The meeting was called to order at 1:05 p.m.
,5 Admin: Ast. Wells opened the meeting with
prayer and Chairman Peters led the Pledge of Alle-
glance to the Flag.
Approve Minutes: Upon motion by Commis-
stoner Yeager, second by Commissioner Traylor.
,the Board approved the minutes with a vote of 4
and 0 for the following meetings:
Regular Meeting January 26, 1993
Special Meeting February 2, 1993
Receive Bids (#9293-02) Re-roofing PBJ
Courthouse: Pursuant to advertisement to receive
sealed bids for re-roofing the first floor of the
Courthouse in Port St Joe, the Board had received
no bids at the time of the meeting. It was noted by,
the Chairrpan that any bids received before the
5:00 p.m. deadline would be opened at a later date
due to the re-scheduling of the February 9, 1993
Regular Meeting. ,
Resolution Adopting February as 'Black'
'.History Month: .Chairman Peters passed .the
fChair to Vice-Chairman Yeager and motioned to
;g-dopt the .month of February as Black History,
MonLh in Gulf County. Commissioner Traylor sec-
?.jonded the motion and it passed with a vote of 4
S Resolution Opposing HomosezuMis In
the Military: Upon motion by Commissioner Ham-
mond. second by Commissioner Traylor. the Board
approved the Resolution Opposing Homosexuals In
the Military with a vote of 4 and 0.
Resolution Dlabursement of Funds to
the Gulf County Chamber of Commerce: Upon
emotion by Commissioner Traylor. second by Com-
missioner Yeager. the Board approved the resolu-"
nton with a vote of 4 and 0.
ion voice oedicald Billing for December.
0)9I2: Upon moon by Commissioner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Yeager. the Board agreed
i o pay. with a vote of 4 and 0. the Medicaid Billing
In the amount of $8.441.40 for December. 1992.
Invoice City of Wewahlchka Tupelo"
-. Fire District: Upon moUon by Commissioner'
'tr-ylur. second by Commrssioner Hammond, the
t Loard agreed to pay an Invoice. with a vote of 4
.ond 0. the amount of $300.00 to the City of Wewa
for the Tlipelo Fire Control DisLrict.
Invoice Landmark Survey: Upon motion
by Commissioner Yeager. second by Commissioner
aTrylor, the Board agreed to pay an Invoice, with a
vote o4 and 0 and. in the amount of $540.00 to Land-
mark Surve orsurveng s ng services for the bridge
project at the entrance to the Gulf County Correc-
tional Facility. This Invoice Is to be paid from the
Secondary Road and Bridge Fund.
Invoice eProble-RlsoL Upon motion by
S.Commissioner Hammond, second by Commission-
er Traylor, the Board agreed to pay an invoice,.
.with a vote of 4 and 0. in the amount of S3.000.00
tLo Preble.Rish lor the WIlliamsburg-Methodist Hill
S union Sick Leave: Clerk Benny C. Lister
Kquesred the Board inform the Clerk's office when
wanted to begin the 1/2. day sick leave for all
Raon employees. Commissioner Hammond 'mo-
lned to begin the 1/2 day sick leave effective
Februaryy 1. 1993 since the contract would be
"signed February 9. 1993. Commissioner Yeager
seconded the moon, and the motion passed with
Sa vote of 4 and 0.
Time Sheets Union Employees: Clerk Us-',
Ster requested the Board contact all supervisors re-
'garding time sheets for all bargaining unit employ-
ees in order to process their checks retroactive
from October 1. 1992.
Invoices Mary Ramsey.: Clerk Lister pre-
Ssented previously tabled medical Invoice for Mary
'Ramsey. Attorney Floyd discussed he had written
letterses regarding this matter but had received no
..response te o dae. The Board tabled this matter for
:_ p Advertise for Bids Petroleum Products:
Clerk Lister stated that the auditors had requested
.dihe County bid annually for all petroleum prod-
.ucts. Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Traylor, the Board agreed
-to advertise for bids for petroleum products with a.
"Vote of 4 and 0. Public Works Superintendent.Lest-
er was asked to provide the specifications for th
Advertise for Bids Monitoring Wells/
Landfills: The Board discussed the contract with
Toxicon for monitoring the wells at the landfills.
'Chairman Peters discussed that bToxlcon had ex-
; neededd the awarded contract amount Building In-
-spector Butler discussed the additional charges
:were for a contaminated sample and a re-sampling
confirmation from the Department of Natural Re-
sources. Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor.
second by Commissioner Yeager, the Board agreed
to re-bid the contract for monitoring the landfill
wells with a vote of 4 and-0. Building Inspector
'Butler was asked to provide the specifications for
i County Equipment: PWS Lester presented
Request from: the Calhoun County Road Depart-
'pent asking to rent a paint-striper with the opera-
mtdr. Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, second
by Commissioner Hammond. the Board agreed to
This request with a vote of 4 and 0.
Invoce AAA Drywall: Ass. Building In-
spector Clifford presented an invoice from AAA
Drywall in the amount of $3,735.79 for the exteri-
,or masonry on the outside of the Courthouse.
cUpon motion by Commissioner Hammond, second
rby Commissioner Yeager. the Board agreed to pay
'Sthe Invoice with a vote of 4 and 0, contingent upon
the Items being received and Inspected before pay-
Courthouse Air Conditioning Unit: Asst.
Building Inspector Clifford requested requestedpermission to
Advertise for bids for the damper system In the Air
Conditioning System In the Courthouse at an estl-
*mated cost of $5,000.00. Commissioner Traylor
motioned to advertise for bids for the damper sys-
tem in the A/C unit In the Port St. Joe Court-
house. Commissioner Yeager second the motion
and the motion passed with a vote of 4 and 0.
E Maintenance Department: Commissioner
Traylor commended Dan Clifford and crew for the
outstandingjob they are doing in the Courthouse.
Invoice Gulf Pines Hospital R. Maddl-
son: Admin. Asst. Lany Wells reported that the re-
cent hospital bill submitted to the Board for pay-
ment on inmate, R. Maddison. was dropped by the
Gulf Pines Hospital. He noted that the bill was cov-
ered under the agreement beteeen Gulf County
and Gulf Pines Hospital for indigent care.
: EMA Agreement: Civil Defense Dlirctor Lar-
ry Wells discussed a letter he had received regard-
ig the Emergency Management Assistance Grant
from Civil Defense and requested permission to
take funds from the Commodity Program and the
Administrative Assistant Budget to spend under
the Emergefey Management Budget. He request-
ed this int order to meet the matching funds re-
quired to obtain the EMA Grant and noted it was
all legal. The Board had no objection to this re-
Hurricane Preparedness Training Course:
Admin. Asst. Larry Wells discussed the course he
attended last week in Miami on Hurricane Prepar-
edness. He noted this was the best course he had
attended aid it was completely paid for by Federal
Union Contract: The union contract was
presented to the Board for their final approval. The
Board asked if anyone had-any changes regarding
the ,contract. PWS Lester requested a change in
the contract for the work hours to read 7:00 a.m.
ES? to 3:30 CST for the Road Department In We-
wahltchka. Wallace OBrainen. Union Negotiator,
discussed the problem with the different hours for
the Wewa and Port St. Joe area. After discussion,
Commissioner Hammond motioned to accept PWS
tester's request- Commissioner Traylor second the
motion and the motion passed with a vote of 4 and
0. Admin. Asst Wells discussed the following
1. Workmen's Compensation issue for light
duty. 2. Veterans Day Bargaining Unit employees
will take the day after Thanksgiving instead of cel-
ebrating Veterans Day. Atty. Floyd discussed the
provision dealing with Bargaining and Non-
Bargaining Unit employees on Holidays aid Work-
men's Compensation. He stated If we can find
work for an employee who can assume light duty.
then that employee will be paid 80% of the regular
pay scale. Commissioner Hammond motioned to
add that If ary of the provisions of the contract are
contrary to State, Federal or Local laws, that these
laws will prevail over dhe contract, Coirniasloner
Traylor seconded the motion and It passed with a
vote of 4 and 0. Atty. Floyd discussed section 15-2
In the contract dealing with workmen's compensa-
tion. (Commissioner Armstrong arrived at 1:55
p.m.. EST) Mr. Brannon discussed the recently
passed American Disabilities Act The Board dis-
cussed the different alternatives regarding the
workmen's compensation section. Attorney Floyd
discussed that an employer is not required to pay
100%. Commissioner Yeager noted that the most
Important thing was to get the man back to work.
Upon motion by Commissioner Yeager, second by
Commissioner Hammond, and unanimous vote,
the Board agreed to pay 80% of the wages, if the
Individual assumes light duty. Chairman Peters
passed the chair to Vice-Chairman Yeager and
stated that the time has come for Gulf County to
honor and celebrate the National Holiday of Dr.-
Martin Luther King. Jr. and so motioned that Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s National Holiday be hon-
ored for all county employees, the third Monday in
January, beginning in 1994. Commissioner Ham-
mond seconded the motion and It passed unani-
mously. Commissioner Yeager motioned to accept
the contract as modified. Commissioner Hammond
seconded the motion and It passed unanimously.
The meeting recessed at 2:10 p.m. EST.
The meeting reconvened at 2:25 p.m. EST.
Ralph Nance: Ralph Nance addressed the
Board regarding changes in the County for the
past 10 years. He discussed the lack of Jobs, in-
dustry and the lands being turned over for conser-
vation. The Board thanked Mr. Nance for his con-
cern and appreciated his comments.
Senior Citizen Center Jerry Stokoe: Jer-
ry Stokoe updated the Board regarding the Senior
Citizens Center's new building. He discussed the
various fund raisers and the donations of various
individuals for completion of the new center. He
also discussed what was needed from the County
and stated he would report to the Board as thie
Invoice Southern Earth Sciences: Build-
ing Inspector Butler presented an invoice from
Southern Earth Sciences for a Hydrogeologic
Study and Monitoring Plan for the S Points Landfill
In .the amount of $6,360.00. Upon motion by Coin-
missioner Traylor, second by Commissioner Yeag-
er, and unanimous vote, the Board agreed to pay
American Disabilities Act Resolutions:
Building Inspector Butler presented an ADA.Reso-
lution and the 504-policy for approval by the
Board. After discussion, the Board tabled these
Items until David Hines of Julian Webb and Assoc.
could discuss the plans with the'Board.
Lease Agreement Tucker Property.
Building Inspector Butler noted that the lease
agreement between the Department of Natural Re-
sources and-Gulf County had been signed but
there are stipulations the County must meet for
Modification of Water Contract --White
City Water System Attorney Floyd presented a
Water Purchase Contract Modification of the agree-
ment for the purchase purchaseand sale of water by the
City of Port St. Joe and the Board for the White
City Water System. Commissioner Hammond In-
quired about the status of the system, Mr. Floyd
discussed the different permits required. Commis-
sioner Hammond motioned to approve and have
the Chairman sign the contract Commissioner
Yeager seconded the motion and It passed unani-
Nuisance Ordinance: Attorney. Floyd dis-
cussed the Nuisance Ordinance 92-08. and the
modifications requested by the Board. The modifi-
cations allow Building Inspector Butler the author-
ty to Issue a notice of violation without Board ap-
provaL The individual has 30 days to l4 an appeal
against the notice of violation, i no; it is assumed
that they agree with the notice. Commissioner
Traylor discussed the fact that you do not need fo
have a complaint for Mr. Butler to enforce the ordi-
nance. Commissioner Traylor motioned to adver-
Utse for a second public hearing. Tuesday. Febru.
ay 23 1993. at 6:10 p.m. Commissioner Yeager
seconded the motion and It passed unanimously.
Ambulance Services OGulf County: Com-
missioner Hammond motioned to. appoint a com-
mittee consisting of Larry Wells, Bobby Plair,
Bucky Richter and Dalton Upchurch to review the
current Ambulance Services Agreement with Gulf
Pines Hospital. Commissioner Armstrong seconded
the motion. Chairman Peters asked that Commis-
sioner Yeer Yeager be allowed to serve on the commit-
tee, also. The motion passed unanimously. .
Committees Advertiso: It was noted that
all committee meetings must be navertised either
by. news paper or by posting a notice at the en-
trance of the Courthouse.
Budget Amendendmont: Upon motion by Com-
missioner Hammond, second by Commissioner
Traylor, and unanimous vote, the Board agreed to
amend the Budget by decreasing Reserve for Con-
tingency and Increasing White City Fire Depart-
ment Building and Improvements by $1737.50 in
the General Fund for payment of the White City
Fire Department roof.
Board Stationery: Commissioner Hammond
motioned that any Commissioner be allowed to
write a letter on Board stationery providing the let-
ter s placed in the Agenda. Chairman Peters dis-
cussed the current policy should remain the same.
Commissioner Yeager stated he doesn't want a
Commissioner assuming a particular stand and it
presumed that the Board supports the issue. After
discussion. Commissioner Hammond withdrew his
motion. Commissioner Hammond motioned that
all Commissioners be allowed to write letters with
the Chairman's approval before mailing. Commis-
sioner Yeager seconded the motion and It passed
. 'Commlasioners Education Conference:
Commissioner Hammond discussed the recent
conference the Commissioners had attended and
how informative It was to all who attended.
Land Rights: Commissioner Traylor dis-
cussed supporting the Land Rights Agreement
supported by Representative Trammelt Chairman
Peters requested the Attorney write a letter in sup-
port of this agreement. I
Company Vehicle Bobby Knee: Commis-
sioner Traylor discussed that Bobby Knee paid tax-
es on his County vehicle and that what goes for
one employee should go for all employees. Chair-
man Peters discussed that Mr. Knee had some vio-
lations regarding the use of the County Vehicle.
Commissioner Traylor stated the Board should
have handled the matter differently: After discus-
sion, Commissioner Traylor stated he felt this was
an unnecessary action.
Country Mileage: Commissioner Traylor
discussed the mileage payment received by each
Commissioner, and the $125.00 that was appro-
priated in 1978 is not realistic today. He stated
that each Commissioner's travel Is different be-
cause each district varies in size. Chairman Peters
stated he felt that $125.00 was sufficient and In-
creasing the rate may be against the law. Commis-
sioner Yeager asked Clerk Lister, If the amount is
set higher, can the Board legally do it. After dis-
cussion, it was agreed the Board could allot differ-
ert amounts for each district. Commissioner Yeag-
er motioned that each Commissioner be allowed to
use the travel money allocated to them for either
in-county or out-of-county travel money. Commis-
sioner Armstrong seconded the motion. The mo-
tion passed with Commissioners Yeager, Arm-
strong. Hammond, and Traylor voting. yes and
Chairman Peters'voting no.
County-Wide Votlng: Commissioner Traylor
requested the Board recognize the referendum ap-
proved by 75% of the public In November, 1992 for
county-wide district and give the Attorney the au-
thority to work with the Committee previously ap-
proved. Commissioner Yeager seconded the mo-
tion. Chairman Peters asked who was on the Com-
mittee: Commissioner Traylor stated the commit-
tee consisted of Tom Gibson, Charles Fortner, and
Rawlls Leslie. who would appoint an, additional 5
individuals to this committee. Commissioner Ham-
mond stated he supported the committee because
It is what the general public has requested and the
Committee must submit a plan that will hold up In
Court. After discussion, the motion passed with
Commissioners Traylor. Yeager, Armstrong and
Hammond voting yes and Chairman Peters voting
Gulf Pines Hospital Board Meetings:
Chairman Peters requested a letter be mailed on
behalf of the Board of County Commissioners re-
questing that they should be notified prior to any
meetings held by the Gulf Pines Hospital Board.
He also requested Commissioner Yeager attend
these meetings as a representative of the Board.
Bridges: Ralph Rish. of Preble-Rlsh. noted .
he had viewed Bridges on County Road 5 and
#12 per the Board's request. He discussed the con-
ditions of the bridges and suggested the weight
limit should be set at 3 tons. He stated that the
bridge on County Road #5 is at a critical stated
and needed replacing. Commissioner T"Iaylor mo-
tioned to replace the bridge on an "emergency ba-
sis" and give PWS Lester authority to proceed wit
the replacement. Commissioner i-iammoid second-
ed the motion and It passed unanimously.
Highland View Water Tank: Cbmmissioner
Hammond requested an update on the Highland
View water tank. Ralph Rish stated he had not
seen the recommendation from Lane Central, who
had completed the on-site Inspection. He stated it
was his understanding they would recommend
.that the pump be replaced.
Qulfire Subdivision Road Acceptance
Agreement. County Attorney Floyd discussed a
letter he received from Bob Lester regarding the
agreement accepting Phase II of the Gulfaire Sub-
division. Mr. Floyd asked if the Board wanted him
to proceed with this agreement. After discussion,
the Board took no action on this matter.
Radar Equipment/Budget Amendment:
Sheriff Harrison requested the Board approve pur-
chasing a radarto be used by the Highway Patrol
and noted the revenue from the fines stay Inf the
County. Commissioner Traylor motioned that the
Board support this request. Commissioner Ham-
mond seconded the motion. After discusqlon, Com-
missioner Hammond withdrew his second and
Commissioner Traylor withdrew his motion. Com-
missioner Traylor motioned to purchase the radar
unit for approximately $2,300.00 by reducing Re-
serve for Contingencies and Increasing Law En-
forcement Equipment in the General Fund. Com-
missioner Hammond seconded the motion and It
There being no further business, upon io-
tion by Commissioner Hammond, second by Com-,
missioner Armstrong, the meeting did then ad-
Journ at 3:51 p.m. EST.
NATHAN PETERS, JR.. VICE- CHAIRMAN
ATTEST BENNY C. LISTER. CLERK
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
FEBRUARY 9. 19983
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met this date Iri special session with the
following members present: Chairman Nathan Pe-
ters Jr., Michael L. Hammond and'Jessle V. Arm-
strong. Commissioners Billy E. Traylor and War-
ren J. Yeager, Jr. were absent.
Others present were: County Attorney J.
Patrick Floyd. Chief Deputy Clerk Doug Birming-
ham, Deputy Clerk Debbe Wlbberg, Admin. Asst/
Civil Defense Director Larry Wells. Building In-
spector Don Butler, and Veteran Services Officer :
The meeting was called to order at 5:30 p.m.
Comprehensive Plan Public Hearing: At-
torney Floyd read the ordinance adopting land de-
velopment regulations of Gulf County, Florida,
which will control future lind development and
protect natural resources consistent with the Com-
prehenslve Plan. Admin. Asst. Wells stated he had
not received any comments. Gay, Smith of Harmil-
ton Smith and Assoc. stated these are the final
steps to finalizing the Comprehensive Plan. Com-
missioner Hammond motioned to accept the pro-
posed ordinance. Commissioner Armstrong sec-
onded the motion. The motion passed with a vote
of 3 and 0.
*There being no further business and upon
motion by Commissioner Hammond, second by
Commissioner Armstrong. the meeting did then
adjourn at 5:40 p.m. EST.
NATHAN PETERS; JR.. VICE- CHAIRMAN
ATTESI' BENNY C. LISTER. CLERK
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
FEBRUARY 11, 1993"
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met this dae In special session with the
following members present Chairman Nathan Pe-
Stenrs Jr.- Michael L Hammond and Jessie V. Arm--
strong. Commissioners Billy E. Traylor and War- .
rernJ. Yeager. Jr. were absent
Others present were: County Attorney' J.
SPatrick Floyd, Clerk Benny C. Lister, Chief Deputy
Clerk Doug Birmingham, Deputy Clerk Debbe Wlb-
berg, Asst. Building Inspector Dan Clifford, and:,.
Maintenance Supervisor Joe Bearden. d
Commissioner Hammond opened the meet-
ing with prayer and Veteran Services Officer Dan: "
Clifford led the pledge of allegiance. S
The meeting was called to order at 5:00 p.m.
Receive Bids (92-93-09) Roof for Court-"
house: Pursuant to advertisement to receive
sealed bids for re-roofing of the first floor of the
Courthouse In Port St. Joe the following bids were
Panama Sheet Metal works $50.000.00
Fisher Construction $44128.00
Harrell Roofing $48,000.00
Darton Roofing $37,000.00
The Board tabled tabled these bids for further re-
view and recommendation by Assistant Building
Inspector Dan Clifford and Maintenance Supervis-
or Joe Bearden.
Resolution Observance of Dr. Martin Lu-
ther King, Jr. Day: Chairman Peters passed the
chair to Commissioner Hammond and motioned to
accept the resolution observing Dr. Martin Luther
King's birthday as a paid holiday for Gulf County
Employees. Commissioner Armstrong seconded
the motion. The motion passed with a vote of 3-0.
Acting-Chairman Hammond returned the chair to
Chairman Peters. Chairman Peters stated he ap-
preciated the support for the observance of this
holiday and knows the Board will be proud of their
decision and thanked the Board.
The meeting recessed at 5: 11 p.m. EST.
The meeting reconvened at 5:13 p.m. EST.
Award Bids (#9203-09) Courthouse Roof:
Upon recommendation of Assistant Building In-
spector Dan Clifford, Commissioner Hanmmond
motioned to award the re-roofing bid to Darton
Roofing for the amount of $37,000.00. Commis-
sioner Armstrong seconded the motion and the
motion passed with a vote of 3-0. 1 1
There being no further business and upon
motion by Commissioner Hammond, second by
Commissioner Armstrong,. the meeting did then
NATHAN PETERS, JR., VICE- CHAIRMAN
ATI'EST: BENNY C. LISTER. CLERK
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONEARS
FEBRUARY 16. 1993
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met this date In special session with the
following members present: Chairman Nathan Pe-
ters Jr., Michael L. Hammond, Jessie V. Arm-
strong. Billy E. Traylor and Warren J. Yeager, Jr.
Others present were: Clerk Benny C. Lister,
Deputy Clerk Debbe Wlbberg. Building Inspector
Don Butler and Veteran Services Officer Dan Clif-
The meeting was called to order at 4:30 p.m.
Commissioner Hammond opened the meet-
ing with prayer and Chairman Peters led the
pledge ofallegiance to the flag.
Willlanmsburg-Methodlst Hill Water and ,
Sewer Project: Commissioner Hammond mo-
tioned to pay an Invoice from C&B Mechanical
Contractors, Inc. in the amount of $78,637.82 for
the Williamsburg-Methodist Hill Water and Sewer
Project. Commissioner Yeager seconded the motion
and It passed unanimously.
Invoice Preble-Rish: Commissioner Ham-
mond motioned to pay an Invoice from Preble-Rish
for quarterly sampling fees of the Gulf County
Landfills in the amount of $1,400.50. Commission-
er Traylor seconded the motion. The motion
passed with Commissioners Traylor. Hammond,
,Armstrong and Yeager voting yes, and Chairman
Peters voting no.
Cellular Telephone County Extension
Agent: Commissioner Hammond motioned to
transfer a cellular phone, No. 70-456, from the
Mosquito Control Department to the County Ex-
tension Agent. Commissioner Traylor seconded the
'motion and It passed unanimously.
Bid #923-09 Re-roof Port St. Joe Court-
house: Building Inspector Butler discussed bid
#9293-09 that was recently awarded to the low
bidder Darton Roofing. He stated Darton Roof-
ling only guaranteed a 12 year warranty, which did
not meet the original bid specifications. Charles
Gaskin discussed the original specifications ard
that two of the original bidders were able to pro-
vide a 20 year warranty. Chairman Peters dis-
,cussed the need to provide quality not Just saving
money. Commissioner Traylor motioned to reject
the bid awarded to Darton Roofing In the amount
of $37,000.00. Commissioner Hammond seconded
the motion and It passed unanimously,
Commissioner Traylor motioned to award
the bid to the second low bidder Fisher Constrnc.
,ion Company In the amount of $44,128.00, who
met the necessary specifications. Commissioner
Hammond seconded the motion ard It passed
There being no further business, and upon
motion by Commissioner Hammond. second by
Commissioner Yeager. the meeting did then ad-
lornnt at 4:43 p.m. ET.
NATHAN PETERS, JR.. VICE- CHAIRMAN
ATTEST: BENNY C. LISTER, CLERK
By Larry A. Mathes
Several students did well at the regional science fair in Marian-
na (Chipola Jr. College)! Casey Kelley took a first place in Zoology
and again qualified for the State Fair at Orlando in April. Lori Lay-
ton, Carrie Redmon, Jack Husband, Charlie Cole, Joseph Whitfleld
and Josh Baxley placed at various levels from second place ,to hon-
orable mention. Congratulations to all and to Don Rich and Dawn
Grace for their leadership.
ROTC students returned from their trip to San Diego, California
-- great weather, great flight, great trip! More students should look
into the ROTC program. Besides some great trips, the program is a
definite plus for instilling pride and personal discipline in students.
Lt. Cmdr. Jim McLeod and. Mstr. Sgt. Gary Howze were the trip
leaders. A big thanks goes to those who helped cover for the chape-
rones that assisted on the trip.
Baseball/softball/track/weightlifting are all under way. Attend
as many as you can!
Heyl '93-'94 ninth (9th) grade will be registering March 22 and
23, from 6 to 8 p.m. Please, parents, you must come with and sign
for your student one of these nights. You should receive a letter re-
garding this registration.
Teacher inservice March 11-12, and Spring Holidays are just
around the corner! And the annual fashion show, promoting prom
attire is coming up March 16 next week!
Highland View Elementary sixth grade girls recently participated in a cake baking and decorating
session with Katie Rogers.
Shown from left, front row: Betty Joe Ingram, Rochelle Lee, Jessica Peak, and Natasha Gay. Back row
from left, Crystal Wheeler, Amanda Paschall, Sabrina Stomp, Corinna Kniffin and Katie Rogers.
,1.1 ,P'1 U: l"'.' 11
Students of the Week
Congratulations to the Stu-
dents of the Week:
Jessica Plar. kindergarten;
Shawn 'Reynolds, first grade;
Sherrie Watson, second grade;
Buddy Powell, third grade; Antho-
ny Crocker, fourth grade; Byron
Butler, fifth grade; and Jerry Mar-
tin, sixth grade.
First Grade Interviews
Mrs, Mary's first grade class-
room has been learning how to
ask questions,, write answers and
put information into paragraphs.
They have interviewed people
around the school to get the fol-
lowing information. We will fea-
ture three interviews a week.
Cathy Colbert is 39. She likes
dogs ahd cats. She also likes chil-
dren. She is married. She works
at 5th grade. She has two sons.
She likes to read and ride her
bike. She likes to eat Pizza Hut
pizza. She likes historical novels.
By Kristen Hicks _
Mrs. Carmel Dodson is 35
years old. She likes children. And
she likes to work outside and in
the house. She has two children,
Micah and Matthew. She likes an-
imals. She likes cats and dogs
and fish. Miss Carmel is married
to Bill Dodson. Sometimes she
works at K.I.D.S. Miss Carmel
likes to shop. She likes lasagna
and she likes to read.
By Molly Garrett
Mr. Jones is 45. He is mar-
ried. He likes to read and he likes
to eat shrimp and lobster. He
likes animals. He likes most of
the children. He has a boy named
Trip. He is 24.
By Austin Horton
The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens Association will be holding
its second annual select shot golf
tournament on Saturday, March
13. The entry fee is $30.00 plus
$5.00 for a delicious buffet din-
ner. The fee includes cart rental
and green fees. Entry forms can
be picked up at the St. Joseph
Bay County Club and Sears Cata-
An awards dinner will follow
with door prizes galore. Other
prizes will be awarded for longest(
drive and closest to the pin.
All teams are requested (o
sign up prior to March 1211i.
Players can pay on March 13111.
Please indicate if you will be stay
ing for buffet dinner.
Tah's "Lakers", shown above, are the league. winners of the boys'
basketball at Washington Recreation site. They are, left to right,
front row: D. Crews, G. Garland, T. Smiley, and I. Jenkins. Back row,
from left, L. Larry, R. Quinn, J. Daniels, T. Jenkins, and Coach Tan
Tournament winners were Raye's "Hoyas". Shown from left to
right, front row, K. Woullard, R. Bailey, Jr. and Bon. Hill. Back row:
R. Leslie, D. Larry, B. Hill, and C. Gathers. Not shown: P. Jones.
Coaches are Raye and Carl Bailey.
The School Board hearing set for March 11, 1993
to consider the Special Master's report htas been
changed to March 18, 1993, 7:00 p.m., ET in the
Port St. Joe Elementary School auditorium. The
March 12, 1993 School Board Meeting has been
changed to March 19, 1993 at 9:00 a.m., ET in the
School Board Meeting Room in the Gulf County
Pubfli: Marih 1, 993
The deadline to register for
Port St. Joe Girls' Softball (ages
7-9) is Saturday, March 13. Reg-
istration is going on at the Athlet-
An important meeting for all
players and their parents will also
be held on Saturday, March 13 at
10:00 a.m. EST at the 10th Street
ball park. Decisions will be made
about the schedule for the season
and other important topics will be
The Parent Awareness Group
of Port St. Joe will hold its
monthly meeting on Tuesday,
March 16 at 7:00 p.m.
The group is concerned with
school-related problems at all
Join them in the County
Commission room at the Gulf
I CHILDENSHIlEATITH FORUM
Fevers Are Not
All Bad; Do Need
to be Controlled
-/-.- Elizabeth C. Jones, M.D.
Normal oral temperature is 98.6 degrees and normal rectal tem-
perature is 99.6. Oral temperature of 99-100 and rectal tempera-
ture of 101 degrees will be a definite fever.
Everyone needs to know how to read a thermometer. If you real-
ly can not see the silver line in a regular thermometer there are red
line thermometers or digital thermometers. You can have some indi-
cation of fever by touch, but one really needs to definitely check in
order to know the magnitude of the problem.
Fevers are not all bad. The body mounts a defense against a vi-
ral or bacterial infection by running a fever.
Fevers do, however, need to be controlled. Our usual instruc-
tions for fever management are:
(1) Acetominophen (Tylenol, Tempra or Liquiprin in appropriate
doses for age and weight) every four (4) hours for temperature of
101 or over.
In the past, Aspirin was used to reduce fever. It worked well,
but because Reyes Syndrome seemed associated with the use of as-
pirin we discontinued using aspirin in viral illnesses with fevers.
The incidence of Reyes Syndrome has dropped from 550 cases per
year to 25 since aspiring is no longer used to reduce fevers in chil-
(2) Bathe or sponge (usually 15-20 min.) with tepid water for
temperature 103 or over. The bathing is done to keep the tempera-
ture in the 100-102 level to prevent the child from having a convul-
sion from fevers of 104-105.
When children are feverish, we want the body heat to escape
and dissipate. That means you should not wrap a child with blan-
kets. The child may feel chilly, but if wrapped in blankets the tem-
perature wll rise. It is acceptable to wrap in a sheet if the closeness
makes theihild feel better.
With tie climate in Port St Joe, there is no time a child could
be be taken outside if it is necessary. Generally speaking, when a
child is ill he should be in comfortable surroundings with a compe-
tent caretaker, but if circumstances dictate moving him for whatev-
er reason this is acceptable.
Children often fun slight fevers during the first day or so of a
new cold. When running fever they use up more liquid than when
they are normal. You always need to coax or push extra liquid into
a child running a fever. Dehydration can become an additional
problem for a child who has been running a feverr and not drinking
What Is ARC?
David L. Gray has been pro-
moted to maintenance superin-
tendent at Arizona Chemical's
Port St. Joe plant, from his previ-
ous position as maintenance en-
gineer for the company's Panama
The announcement was made
by W.E. Dunning, manager of the
Port St. Joe plant. In his new po-
sition Gray will coordinate all
maintenance activities and capi-
tal projects at the Port St. Joe fa-
Gray joined Arizona Chemical
in February 1992. He is a gradu-
ate of St. Johns School in Gulf-
port, Mississippi, and has a me-
chanical engineering degree from
the University of Mississippi at
Oxford. He is a, member of the
American Society of Mechanical
Engineers, the Vibration Insti-
tute, and is active In the United
Way. Gray and his spouse, Sher-
ry, will be relocating to Port St.
Arizona Chemical, headquar-
tered in Panama City,' is a divi-
sion of International Paper with
seven plants in the United States
and two, in Europe. Arizona
Chemical is a leading supplier- of
resins to the adhesives, ink and
chewing gum markets. The divi-
sion also supplies fatty acids, ros-
ins, terpenes and their, deriva-
tives, in addition to hydrocarbon
and modified hydrocarbon resins,
to a variety of industries.
International Paper, head-
quartered in Purchase, New York,
is a worldwide producer, of a
broad range of paper and forest
products. The company is a ma-
jor supplier of printing and writ-
ing papers, paperboard and pack-
aging products and wood
products. It also operates special-
ty products businesses and dis-
tribution systems. International
Paper has manufacturing opera-
tions in 26 countries and exports
its products to more than 130
** 'J:: :, Dance Friday
."- The Morris Brothers Country
Gold Band will be playing for
;your dancing and listening enjoy-
-'. ment Friday, March 12 from 7;00
S .. to 11:00 p.m. CT at the W.T. Neal
Civic Center. The dance is spon-
. scored by the Blountstown Singles
Club. Married couples are wel-
come. The center is located on
David Gray Hwy. 69 North in Blountstown.
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1993 PAGE 9A
Say You Saw It In The Star
Elizabeth W. Thompson
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER
Office: Hwy. 98 at 19th St., Mexico Beach
Mailing Address: Rt. 3, Box 167, Port St. Joe, FL 32456
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SALES RENTALS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
Special to The Star
By Cheryl G. Fitzgerald
What is ARC?
I have had many people ask
me that question whenever I tell
them where I work. Many people
confuse ARC with the Senior Citi-
zens Center. Since we are pres-
ently located next to each other
on Peters Street, the confusion is
Gulf County Association for
Retarded Citizens,. Inc. was.orga-
nized in 1978 to promote the gen-
eral welfare of persons with devel-
opmental disabilities. We are
committed to developing the po-
tential within each, individual to-
ward achieving inclusion within
the community and a normal ex-
istence, helping them realize their
In pursuit of these goals, Gulf
ARC provides support to individu-
als 'through vocational training,
socialization, competitive employ-
ment and residential services.
Acting as an advocate for the per-
son with the developmental disa-
bility, we try to develop a better
understanding by the public of
the problems and obstacles one
March is known as National
Mental Retardation Month. On
Sunday, March 14, Gulf County
Association for Retarded Citizens,
Inc. in conjunction with local con-
gregations will be observing Men-
tal Retardation Sunday. This is a
time for churches to focus atten-
tibn on the needs and abilities of
people with retardation in our
community. Inclusion makes all
The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens Association will be holding a
BBQ beef dinner on March 19th
from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at
the Wewa Senior Citizens Site.
Delivery will be made to local
businesses. Call 639-9910 to
The dinner includes a large
BBQ beef sandwich, corn on the
cob, baked beans, tea and dessert
Proceeds benefit the Senior
SEMINAR TOPICS WILL INCLUDE
* Which investments can actually reduce your
* How tax deferral can increase retirement
* Tax-saving alternatives for mutual fund
* Three ways to own federally tax-free bonds
DATE: Tuesday, March 16,1993
TIME: 3:00 p.m.
PLACE: Gulf Sands Restaurant
Port St. Joe Beach
Space is limited and reservations are taken on a
first-come, first-served basis. Call A.G. Edwards
today to assure you can attend this enjoyable, in-
Mutual fund alternatives may not be suitable
for investors under age 59 1/2.
Tax-free bonds may be subject to state, local or
the alternative minimum tax.
INVESTMMTS7 SfAKX M887
Jane Moody Parker Michael A. Protz
626 Luveme Avenue
Panama City, FL 32401
1991 A.G. Edwards & Son, Inc.
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1993
Shark Baseball Opens with 2-1 Record
AN OLD TOOTHBRUSH
SHOULD BE REPLACED
' Brushing your teeth with a worn out toothbrush is not
only making it difficult to clean your teeth but can actually
be harmful as well. You cannot do a good job with a bad
toothbbrush and this will most often lead to a heavy build
up of calculus. At the same time there is a serious risk of
damage to your gums.
Ask your dentist to select the type of toothbrush he
wants you to use. He will know what style and texture will
be best for your teeth and gums. We have a complete dental
needs section and carry those brands of toothbrushes most
often recommended by dentists.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US with their prescriptions, health
needs and other pharmacy products. We consider this trust a privilege
and a duty. May we be your personal family pharmacy?"
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Avenue Port St. Joe
Convenient Drive-Through Window
Revlon Cosmetics 229-8771
Russell Stover Candies _JL, a .-
Girls' Softball Bangs
Out Three Victories
PORT ST. JOE 21
"Carrabelle' Jumped off to a
seveh run-lead in the first inning
last Thursday .at' Centennial
Field." The Lady Sharks fired 'up
their bats in the' second inning,
and pushed nine runs across the
plate- to take, -a lead they would
never relinquish for the remain-
der of the game.
Dottle Davis and Terri Cawt-
horn slammed home runs for-the
Sharks, with Leah Ray the lead-
ing hitter at four 'for five. IHeaIther
Walsh, Dottle Davis and Gena
Johnson were 'all three for. five
Jth Kendra McDanlel two for'five
add Dee Horton'two ofor four.
:' It was the second win'in the
yung- season --fpor -'the Lady
Sharks, against one loss.
Ujh :. /'; ,' ..
The Sharks scored nine runs
in the second inning, two in the
fourth, three In the' fifth and sev-"
en in the sixth.' They collected a
total of 20 hits and'committed
eight errors, on' their way to a
Car'belle 700 104 0-12 18 6
St. Joe 090 237 .-2120 8
PORT ST, JOE 10-11
A home run in' both games
gave the Sharks the., boost they
"needed, to take a double header
from Apalachicola. Tuesday night.L
- Dottle Davis' slapped a' round-
tripper to the fence in the first
. gagne and, Terri Cawthron pow-'
ered a homer in the second game..
The Lady Sharks turned- a
double play to end the second
PORT ST. JOE 14
Port St. Joe's Sharks started
their baseball season with a bang
last Thursday evening in Sneads,
romping to a 14-5 win. The,
Sharks ripped 18 hits,. Including
a three-run homer by catcher
Eric Ramsey in the first inning.
First year senior Tappan
Gandy was the leading hitter for
the Sharks with four hits. Includ-
ing three doubles and two RBI's.
Adam Taylor. David Liffick
and Eric Monteiro each had three
hits for the Sharks in the slug-
fest. The Sharks committed two
Shark reliever Jon Elliott
earned the win with four innings
of one-hit pitching. He struck
out four and walked five. David
LifTick started on the mound, but
It was one oi those nights when a
pitcher can't buy a strike and El-
liott came on in the second. Ram-
sey was behind the plate until the
seventh inning, when he came on
to finish the game for the Sharks.
St. Joe 322 330 1-14 18 2
Sneads 003 200 0- 5 1 2
FLORIDA HIGH 2
PORT ST. JOE 0
Florida High pitcher Munroe
handcuffed the Sharks except for
a scratch single beat out by David
Limck. Munroe had a no-hitter
going prior to Liffick's hit.
game and preserve the sweep for
Port St Joe.
Kendra McDainel and Dottle
Davis each had three hits for the
Sharks in the 10-8 opening win.
Dee Horton had two hits.
Gena Johnson and Terri
Cawthron had three hits each in
the nightcap. Jamie White added
two hits for Port St. Joe.
The Lady Sharks are now 4-1
on the season.
Aplach 104 012 0- 8 45
St. Joe 350 200 x-10 113
Aplach 011 0403- 9 143
St. Joe 025 301 x-11 .14 3
Port StL Joe plays. In Carra-
belle Thursday. Monday after-
noon, the Sharks host Wakulla in
a double header which begins at
3:30 on' the school softball com-
In the meantime, Shark hurl-
er Eric Ramsey was giving the De-
mon batters fits, as he allowed
six hits over six Innings, walked
only two, struck out three and al-
lowed only one earned run. The
second run scored on one of two
Munroe also went the route
for the Demons, giving up one
hit, seven strikeouts and allowing
It was the first loss of the sea-
son for the Sharks.
St. Joe 000000 0-0 1 2
Fla. Hi 110 000 x-2 6 0
PORT ST. JOE 24
Left-hander Josh Colbert
struck out 10. gave up one hit
and walked four, as he shut down
the Panthers for four innings.
while his Shark team mates were
hammering five pitchers for 15
hits and 24 runs Tuesday night.
Shortstop Adam Taylor and
third baseman Jon Elliott were
. the leading hitters for the Sharks.
going three for three. Josh Col-
bert was two for two and scored
five runs. David Liffick slammed
a two-run homer over the left
field fence. Two of Elliott's hits
were doubles. He drove in three
The game was called after
Open with Win,
The Port St. Joe High School
golf team opened their season
last Tuesday with a victory. Semi-
nole Golf Course in Tallahassee
was the opening course for this
year's first match. Teams compet-
ing were Florida High, Chatta-
hoochee, and Wakulla. The
.Sharks had an overall team score
of 174 for nine holes. They were
followed by Wakulla with a 1'82,
Florida High 200. and Chatta-
hoochee with a 208. Low medalist
for the Sharks was Brad Buzzett's
even, par 37. The Seminole's front
nine par was 37. Andy Smith had
a 41, with three golfers, all having
a 48. Brad Lemleux, Chris Wil-
liams, and Clay Whitfleld. The
.:next match will be held Wednes-
,:day in Marianna at the Magnolia
Oaks Country Club.'
four Innings. .
St. Joe 5[1214 3-24 15,2
C'belle 101 0-- 2 16
THE SHARKS TRAVEL to
Wakulla to meet the War Eagles
for the first time this season, Fri-
day evening. The JV game will
start at 5:00 and the varsity con-
test will get underway at 7:00.
Saturday at noon, the Sharks
will play a re-match with the Flor-
ida High Seminoles on Centennial
Monday evening, the Sharks
are on the road again to Quincy
to meet the Shanks Tigers at 6:00
David Liffick bats for the
Sharks as runner Adam Taylor
plays off third base.
-Photo by Jennie Patterson
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Shown from left, bottom: Bryan Simon, Mario Larry, Lance Hanson, Nick Sweazy, Eric Sellers, Robbie Dixson, Darius Chambers, Eric
McNair, Kenny Daves, Shannon Gant, and John Cullen. Top row, from left: Coach Scott Gowan, Joe Price, Zyris Hill, John Bryant, Antwionne
Allen, Lance Hammac, Cedric Anthony, Robert Williams, Vie Sellers, Reggie Jones, Jonathan Pierce, and Pat Sonnenberg.
St. Joe Track Team Begins '93 Season
Last Thursday, the Port St.
Joe High School boys track team
opened its 1993 season as they
competed in a track meet at Wa-
kulla. The Sharks placed fourth
among the teams with 42 points.
They entered only 13 boys in the
meet. The remaining 13 boys
were involved in other school ac-
ivities. Because of this, the
Sharks entered only eight of the
16 events, and this kept them
from placing higher in the meet.
Scoring points in the meet for
Sharks were: Antwione Allen, first
In high Jump with 6'0"; Kenny
Daves, second in the 1600 with
5:12.6. sixth in discus with a
throw of 87'2" and fourth In the
800 with a time of 2:23.5: John
Bryant, second In the 300 hur-
'dies with 50.1; Robbie Dixson,
.second in the 3200 with 12:32;
'Nick Sweazy, third in the 1600
withl a time of 5:22.1; Pat Son-
:Tenberg. third place in the 800
with a time of 2:22.2: Lance Han-
-son, third in the 3200 with
13:14.9: Darius Chambers, fifth
place in the 3200 with a time of
13:24.1; Jonathan Pierce, fifth in
discus with 89'8".
"I was pleased by the effort
that the boys gave," commented
Scott Gowan. coach of the track
,.team. "The times were slow but
this was because of the strong
winds. Of the 13 boys participat-
ing in the meet, six were compet-
ng ing their first track meet. and
of the 13. seven of the boys-are in
either the seventh or eighth
The 1993 track team has a
chance to be as successful as the
1992 team. Last year's team fin-
Sished fourth at state, and had
two state champions, along with
five All-State athletes.
The Sharks return 12 letter-
men and have picked up 14 new
athletes. Zyris Hill. Joe Price,
Kenny Daves, and Shannon Gant
will be the nucleus of the running
events. Zyris and Joe will handle
the sprints, while Kenny and
Shannon will run the distance
In the field events, Jeremy
Tull, Cedric Anthony, and Vic
Sellers will be the top throwers.
Zyris, Joe, and Antwione Allen
will handle the Jumps.
"Our strengths this year will
be sprints, relays, throws, and
SIn Port St.Joe,
Franklin County Area
New and Used Cars and Trucks
Jumps," commented Coach Gow-
Shark competition In the dis-
trict includes Bonifay, Chipley,
Pensacola Catholic. Marianna.
Vernon, and Walton County. The
strongest teams should be Marl-
anna, which' won the district title
in 1992, and Peosacola Catholic,
tice a youngster who
breathe through his no
uses his mouth for all his
ing. This may not seen
mal but it is, and car
a lot of future dental pro
not stopped early.
What causes mouth
ing? This habit is usually
by enlarged tonsils and
noids. (The adenoids ar
hidden above the throat
hind the palate.) When
they can enlarge an
breathing through the na
sage. The child will gas
through his mouth.
Mouth breathing can
a host of'dental problem
which placed second.
"I feel that we can contend for
the district title if we can develop
at least two hurdlers, 'two pole
vaulters, and improve in the dis-
tance events. These were our
weak areas last year, and these
events cost us a lot of points at
the district meet," ended Gowan.
FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D.
may no- as "buck teeth", weak jaw, and
cannot dried-out gums that are suscep-
ose and tible to irritation and pyorrhea. It
s breath- also can seriously distort the
i abnor- child's face through the years,
n lead to narrowing nostrils, weakening
>blems if the chin, and slackening the
lips. Also, because the air
breath- doesn't pass through the normal
V caused heating-and-humidifying nasal
/or ade- passages, it is dry, irritating and
e tonsils often causes frequent colds and
and be- infections, thus perpetuating a
infected, vicious cycle.
d block ...........
isal pas- Prepared as a public ser-
;p for air vice to promote better dental
health. From the office of:
n lead to FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D., 319
ms such Williams Ave., Phone 227-1123.
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Roy Lee Carter
Gulf County Extension Service
Herb Gardens Are
Grown Year Round
Makes 46 Years Ont the Job
Thadus Russ, left, is handed his retirement papers by
Personnel Director for the St. Joe Forest Products Company,
John Howard. Russ retired Monday after a long career with
the manufacturing firm. Russ was employed with St. Joe
Forest Products Company, in July' 10, 1946 as general mill
laborer. In April of 1977, he was promoted to assistant
foreman and in 1982 was elevated to foreman over the
Maintenance Department. On March 1, 1933, he will be re-
tiring after some 46 years, seven months. He and his wife
Lola Bell live at 319 Avenue D, Port St. Joe.
Highland View Elementary
Honor Roll Students
Planting a herb garden is one ,,
of the best ways to enjoy year-
round gardening In Florida."
Herbs are easy to grow, they re-
quire very little care, and they'
don't take up much room. Even If
you don't have a large backyard.
you can grow herbs successfully.
A small garden bed, a window
bow, or even a few clay pots can
give you a plentiful supply of aro-
matic herbs throughout the year.
Herbs are rapid growers, and
they have a wide variety of uses
in the home. They can be used
fresh or dried. And,' when dried,
they'll keep for a long time. In
this article I'll explain some of the
basics of herb culture, and then
'we'll go into more detail about a
few of the herbs that are most
popular with Florida gardeners.
My information on herb garden-
ing was provided by Extension
Vegetable Specialist Jim Ste-
phens, located at the University
A good garden soil that's free
of weeds and close to a water
supply will keep 'your -herbs
healthy and growing rapidly. If'
you have the space, plant herbs
Catherine Barfield, principal Sixth Grade in a narrow strip, prefer
of Highland View Elementary Amanda Paschall, Sabrina the border of your vegetab
School, is pleased to 'announce Stomp, Crystal Wheeler. den. This will keep your
the honor roll students for the ,
fourth six week grading period.
Meggle Boone, Brittany NOTICE TO MEMBE
Crocker, Micah Dodson. Molly
Garret, Jennfer Haun. JenTYNDALL FEDERAL
Hersey, Kristen Hicks, Austin N A L D A L
Horton, Shawn Reynolds, Ashley
sander 37th ANNU
Tracl Richardson. Jennifer
Tllery. Brad Blackmon, Danielle AN
Barnes, Christina Colson, Ste-
phen Gaddis, Aaron Hamm
Third Grade Wednesday, March 24, 1993/NCO Club,
Drew Tuten. Chris Varnadoe. Voting 6 p.m.-7 p.m./Invocation and Pled
Audra Willwams. Moriah Maddux
... Fourth Grade .
Amber Dails Karissa Thom- MEET THE 1993 NOMINEES
Fas ifth Grade Board of Directors
John Gainous Three-Year Term-3 Vacancies
Sixth Grade INCUMBENTS
A's & B's Joseph 'T. Manning-I would like
First Grade to continue to serve you as a
Michelle Carroll, Tristan Dar- member of the Tyndall Federal
na, David Hopper, Heather Credit Union (TFCU) Board of
Lynch, Tiffany Matthews, Billy Directors. During the past eleven
Raker '. years I have had the opportunity
Second Grade to participate in the growth of
Sherri Watson, Shayla Baker, TFCU, which is' now recognized
Erica Tuten Jessica Vise, Vic kihe l Keth, ,as one of the strongest credit
Ashley Burkett, Travisc Burrows, unions in the nation. I have served you as a Director,
RAshley Burkett, mo Travis Burrows, Secretary, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and Chair-
a Third Grade man of the Board and as Chairman of Budget/Invest-
SFettinger, Joade Robin- ment and Executive Committees. I am also a member of
Evan Fettinger, Joe Robin- all committees of TFCU.
son, Kim Tillery I retired from the United States Air Force in 1980 as
Fourth Grade Commander of the 4756th Air Defense Squadron. I am
Stephanie Blackmon, Melissa a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and a Investment
Haun, Jenny Patterson, Stepha- Broker with A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. My community
nie Watson, Seth Williams involvement has included -serving as President of the
Fifth Grade local Air Force Association, member of the Board of
Megan Johnson, Rick Lam- Directors of United Way Girl's Club of Bay County, For
berson, Amanda Marquardt, Kids' Sake, St. Andrews Bay Yacht Club and recently as
Joshua O'Claire. Nicole Smith a co-chairman of a Bay County Chamber of Commerce
project. I am presently Chairman, Tyndall Federal
Credit Union,. President, Commodore Owners
S a Association, Deacon, Usher and Treasurer of the First
Wood Expla.ins Presbyterian Church, Military representative of the
Wood EIx rains Downtown Rotary International, and a member of the
FlOOd" InSuraBnce Air Force Association, Chamber of Commerce and the
St Rotary Military Affairs Committee.
Program| to Rotary I attended the University, of Florida, the University ,of
North Dakota, and have a B.S. in Economics from Flori-
Bill Wood gave an unusual da State University, as well as, a CFP from the .College
program at the last Rotary Club for Financial Planning, Denver, Colorado. In recent
meeting. He spoke on flood instu- years I have continued my education by completing
rance. Bill defines flood insurance courses in financial planning at Penn State University
as "being like a medical insu- and the University of Colorado. In additionNto being
rance picy with a 1000 deductii- registered as a CFP and a broker with the New York
brace Ipoicy with$1,or coverage of minor Stock Exchange and National Association of Security
ble." It isn't for coverage of minor Dealers, I hold active licenses in real estate and life
flood damage. insurance. James K. Mitchell-It is my de-
All of Port St. Joe is in a sire to continue to serve on the
Cty s more flood-prone thanea. Some ofth- Board of Directors for Tyndall
isu e-lp than o Federal Credit Union. I have
ers, but it's all susceptible to ris- Federv Crtendas ataomenberhf
ing waters., served ten years as a member of
The rate is established by the the Board of Directors and have
federal government. .It's set by served on every committee in the
taking the lowest floor in your credit unon. I am presently ser-
home and multiplying it by a for- ing as Treasurer and am a mem-
mula which only the government her of the Personnel, Investment,
knows. The farther your lowest 36dget and Chairman of the Building Committee. I was
floorisfrom potential flood, the previously Chairman of the Supervisory Committee (In-
floor is from potenal ood, theternal Auditor) for 13 years. I retired from the U.S.
cheaper your rate is. Navy as a Chief Navy Exchange Specialist. I also retired
Your home can flood and you from' Civil Service after 20 years as a Professional Ac-
won't collect a dime-if at least countant. My educational background is as follows: Uni-
two other homes in the neighbor- versity of Illinois 1 year; University of Southern Missis-
hood didn't flood too. Just an ex- sippi 4 years; my major was Business Administration
ample of the uncertainty of with a minor in Accounting. I also attended Gulf Coast
whether or not you can collect on Community College six months studying Computer Sci-
your insurance when you think ence. I have completed credit union courses Auditing I,
you should. Auditing II, History, Philosophy, Financial Reports, and
Flood insurance comes with a Managing Risk for Credit Unions. I am a member of the
minimum of $750 deductible. following organizations; Fleet Reserve, Florida Sheriffs
Sa iAssoc-, Fraternal Order of Police Assoc., Florida Police
Don't call the insurance agent for Assoc., NARFE, AARP, Florida Association of Highway
coverage when you hear of a Patrol, D.A.V. I am a member of Parker United Meth-
storm coming. There Is a five day odist Church where I serve on the Finance Committee,
waiting period before your new the administrative board and I am Chairman of the
policy takes effect. Trustees. I am retired and will serve the members to the
Flood insurance won't pay re- best of my abilities. I feel like the Credit Union should
placement value. It pays only ac- make a small but sufficient profit and pay higher divi-
tual value, and with some lending dends on shares and lower interest rates on loans, con-
firms it is necessary that you sistent with good business practices, and should compen-
have it to finance with.particular sate the employees comparable wages and benefits as
ti-ms. other financial institutions.
within easy' reach. Obviously, if
you scatter them across a wide
garden plot, you'll have to walk
i over other plants to gather them
unless you can provide some gar-
den pathways. Of course, if you're
growing herbs in window boxes or
clay pots, this won't be a prob-
Herbs vary considerably in
their need for sunlight-and cool
or warm temperatures. For specif-
ic information, you'll need to
check in a herb culture book, or
the, back of seed packages. We'll
describe a few of the most com-
mofl and popular herbs for you.
Dill is probably the easiest
and the hardiest herb you can
grow. It's usually planted In late
fall and early winter, because of
its ability to withstand cool tem-
peratures. It may also be planted
in the spring. Dill isn't particular-
ly fussy about Its soil. Any soil
that's suitable for your regular
garden vegetables is fine for dill.
And, another plus -- dill Is rarely
bothered by insects or diseases.
Fresh dill leaves add excellent fla-
vor to salads and cream sauces.
And, as a dried herb, dill is well
known for the distinct flavor it
gives to pickles.
Another popular herb enjoyed
Tyndi l Air Force Base,
Ige ofr legiance/Call to
Order and Welcomi
Gary B. Sharpe-It has been my
pleasure and my honor to repre-
sent the members of Tyndall Fed-
eral Credit Union as a member of
the Board of Directors since 1990.
I accept membership representa-
tion as a solemn responsibility
and pledge to always consider the
best interest of the members in
all decisions I make or support. Extensive experience in
personnel, resource management, and computer systems
management combined with a broad credit union back-
ground, uniquely qualifies me for this position. I am
presently Chairman of the Strategic Planning Committee
and a member of both the Budget and Building Com-
mittees. I am a graduate of the Florida Credit Union'
Management Institute. As a volunteer with TFCU since
1986, I have previously served as Secretary of the Super-
visory Committee and as a member of the Credit Com-
mittee. I have been awarded both the Edward A. Filene
and Friedrich W. Raiffensen Awards for Volunteer
Achievement by the Florida Credit Union League and
the Credit Union National Association. I graduated with
honors with a B.S. degree in Management from Auburn
University at Montgomery. In 1991, I retired as a Chief
Master Sergeant with 30 years of active service, and am
currently employed as a Senior Systems Engineer with a
DoD contractor at Tyndall Air Force Base. My objective
is to continue meeting the various financial needs of our
members while maintaining the safety, liquidity, and
yield of their deposits.
Harold L. Beyer- I would like to
Space my business education and
experience in the service of
Tyndall Federal's membership. I
believe I can fairly represent the
entire credit union membership in
order 'to help Tyndall Federal
Credit Union meet the financial
frt needs of its members.
I am a Production Superintendent with,Arizona Chemi-
cal and have been employed in the chemical industry for
overr15'years. My education includes a B.S. in Account-
ing; B.S. in Chemistry, and Master of Business Adminis-
This is not my first community activity; I have worked
with the Girt Scouts, Rutherford High School Band, and
the Three Rivers Science Fair.
The combined background of business experience and
education enable me to positively contribute to Tyndall
Federal Credit Union. I would appreciate your consider-
ation for election.
a new perspective to the TFCU
Board of Directors by
representing the membership in
the board room. I have superior
credentials in planning and
implementing .large scale
r programs with an emphasis on
w t, attention to detail. I am very
sensitive to regulation and ensuring that sound business
practices are upheld. I am informed and will be
involved in the business of our credit union. I feel the
Board is the voice of the membership and I will be
proud to serve our members.
I am retired from the U.S. Navy, and am employed by
RCI as Operations Center Manager responsible for the
overall management of three major projects in support
of the Coastal System Station in Panama City. My wife
Peggy and I are residents of Panama City Beach and
are the proud parents of four sons.
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 11. 1993 PAGE 1B
Rodeo King, Queen
Pageant Prelude to
The fourth annual Rodeo Megan Peak; 1993 Little Rodeo
King and Queen Pageant was pre- King Ryan Shipes; 1993 Jr. Ro-
sented Saturday night to a capac- deo Queen Jana Traylor; 1993
ity crowd. There were 38 cowboys Jr. Rodeo King Brandon Skip-
and cowgirls competing for the per, 1993 Young Miss Rodeo Ni-
top titles. They were: cole Williamson; and the 1993
1993 Little Rodeo Queen Miss Rodeo is Brittnee Michelle
The Big River Championship
by Florida gardeners ssweetba- Rodeo will be held Friday and'
by Florida gardeners is sweet ba- Saturday evenings at 7:30 at the
sil (Bay-zil).ThGulf County Speedway. Advance
al, and it can be replanted in the tickets may be purchased from
same area year after year. Basil area businesses. A rodeo dance
also is used fresh and dried. It is will be held at the. Community
widely used as a flavoring for Building from 10 .m. until 2
soups, meats, and fish. One word Buwith Seahelding from0 p.m. until, 2ive
of caution...don't over-plant this a.m. with Seahorse providing live
one. A few basil plants will usual- entertainment Admisson fo
ly provide more leaves and flow- $8.00 for couples and $5.00for
ers than an entire family can use singles.
in a year. A 'rodeo coloring contest is
Sweet marjoram (MAR-er- being sponsored by Lee Hall and
em)'also is easy:t grow and quite Vivian Jamerson for all area chil-
popular. It adds unique flavor to dren. Forms will be given out at
salad dressings and soups. The school and are to be turned into
overwhelming characteristic of the concession stand at the ro-
,deo. There will be two winners
sweet marjoram is its fragrance. each nightof the rodeol
When this herb is dried, it is of- The Kings an d Quees will
ten used as a sachet to sweeten ride in the BingsRiver Champion-
linen closets, and clothes storage ride in e Big Rver Champon
chests. ship Rodeo Parade on Saturday,
Obviously, the list of herbs March 13th at 3:00 p.m.
which grow very well in Florida is Keith Isley will be entertain-
quite lengthy, and we won't be ing the audience with his barrel
able to go into all of them today. clown routine, trick riding, and
Just remember a few basic points bullfighting acts. Isley was cho-
about herb gardens and you'll sen as 1992's barrelman for IFR
surely discover the virtues of oth- 23. 'Some of the comedy acts he
er kinds we haven't mentioned. performs involves animals. Some
As we've said, herbs are generally of these are horses. Yorkshire ter-
easy to grow, and adapt to either riers, and a trained Brahma. :
outdoor or indoor culture. With Also on the agenda is the
just a little. effort, growing herbs Wild Horse Event. This is a first
can provide you with year-round for the Rodeo. Anyone wishing to
gardening satisfaction. enter may all Patty at 639-5440.
e 7 p.m.
Iarry K. Carroll-I feel that my
experience and education would
benefit the credit union and bring
new ideas to the table. Being the
S. product of an Air Force family I
realize the importance of provid-.
ing quality financial services and
maintaining a.sound financial base
for the benefit of the members.
I have built a real estate business from three agents to
twenty-two agents in only four years.' Meanwhile I have
remained active in community projects ranging from the
Board of United Cerebral Palsy to serving on the Fi-
nance Committee'of the First Baptist Church. My edu-
cational qualifications include a B.A. in Economics and
a B.S. in Management. The combined background of
business experience and education enable me to posi-
tively contribute to Tyndall Federal Credit Union. I
would appreciate your consideration for election to the
Board of Directors.
Jim R. Maloy-'My extensive
background and experience in the
area of finance would greatly ben-
efit TFCU: I have spent 21 years
in Public Administration: '16 years
for the Bay County Commission, 2.
-.! years with the Bay County Sheriff
and 2 years with the Leon County
,i Commission. I was the first Per-
sonnel Director as well as the first Purchasing Agent for
Bay County. I was also the first Budget Officer for Bay
County having been responsible for Bay County's Bud-
get over a period of eight years. In addition, I was the
first Risk Manager for Leon County. Currently I am the
City Clerk and City Auditor for Port St. Joe.
I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Bel-
haven College in Jackson, MS, and a Masters of Public
Administration from the University of West Florida.
I am a Kiwanian, and a member of the Port St. Joe
Chamber of Commerce. I am also: a member of the
Florida Association of City Clerks. In 1986 I served as
the Government Division Captain for the United Way
of Bay County Florida.
I would like to serve others via my credit union and, to
a degree, reimburse TFCU for the assistance it has ren-
dered to me over the years.
Chris Moran-I am currently a
Certified Public Accountant and
Office Manager with, the firm of
Purvis, Gray and Company located
in Tallahassee, Florida. I am a
member of AICPA, and FICPA. I
have been a campaign treasurer in
several political races as well as a
volunteer treasurer for many non-
profit organizations. I would like to serve on the Tyndall
Federal Credit Union Board of Directors because I feel
my vast amount of audit experience on small to mid-size
Credit Unions during the past eight years would be ben-
eficial to the operation. I have a sound understanding of
running a credit union and the financial problems many
are facing. I feel I can help.
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Sinutab ............ *<7c
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5 ct. Schick Tracer .
Blades............ .. 7;y1
7.25 oz. Ronco
1 1.5 oz. Folger's ADC or Perk '
Coffee .......... 19
Ronco 7.25 oz. Macaroni &
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Hunt's 8 oz. Tomato
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Cake Mix ....79'
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50 oz. Sunlight Dish Detergent or
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1993 PAGE 3B
Nicole Wiliaason Is
Young Miss Rodeo
Student of the' Week
Mrs. Marlene Whifie-ld, sLxth
grade teacher, chose, Charlie Ne-
ville to be the Student of the
Week. Charlie's favorite subject in
school is spelling. When he grow*
up,, he would like to be a cop.. He,
admires his brother. If he could'
The Gulf Colnty Schools "
have announced their lunch
menu for the week. Due to avalla-
bility of certain food items, ih-.
. nus may change.
Monday, March 15: cheese-
burger, green beans, french fries, '
milk and cake
Tuesday. March 16: country.
fried steak or meaulobf. mashed
potatoes, turnipgreefs, roll, milk
and gravy h
Wednesday, March 17: man-
ager's choice ..-
Thursday. March- 1i: chick-.-
en, turnip greens, rice or. mashed
potatoes, cornbread, milk and
Friday, March 19' chicken,
sandwich, frepch fries, green
beans, ban, .milk and banana
visit anywhere, he would 'like to
go to'Washington. D.C. He claims
The Simpsons as his favorite TV
show and The Karate Kid as his
favorite book. Charlie 'says that,
school "is fantastic." We like that.
positive attitude in our students!
v Rodeo Pageant
In a packed auditorium on
Saturday night, the fottrth Annti-
al Little Rodeo King and Queen.
Pageant Tvas held WliinerI i.i tihe
age 2-4 division were: Megan
SI'eak. and Ryan Slilpes; hi the
ages 5-7 divisioni. Jana Traylor
and' Brandon Skipper, were the
winners. The 1993 Young .Miss
Rdde0o was Nicole Williamson.
Congnilulmtibios too al, -
'March Inservice Programfl 1-12
.Teachers from the five county
scolols will be journeying to.-:Port
St. 'Joe-Highi Scihool on March I F
:and 12 to take part in .such Inter-
esting presentations as: develop-
Ing 'music and art appreciationn,
effective teaching of reading and
swrting, planning enrichment.
Teaching phonics. early education
int&'rentlui. legal issues, update
on -school Improvement, use of
computers, wriUng Instructions,
and CPR training. Gulf County.
'teachers appreciate the opportu-
nity of having these in-service
,days to help us keep up with cur-
WES Sixth Grader
Second In Bee
Nichole Lance; sixth grader at
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
S ,;.145 Avenue D,,Port St..Joe, Florida 32456
Sunday Schod l ..............................................................................10:00 a.m .
M morning W orship ......................................................................... 11:30 a.m .
Night Worship....................................... 1st Sunday Night at 6:00 p.m. (only)
Every Fourth (4th) Sunday Is Youth Sunday
Tuesday Night.............. ....................... Prayer & Bible Band 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Night........................................................ Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
'Elder O.T. Stallworth, Pastor. Minister Johnny Jenkins, Jr., Minister
First fitetf Methfodist C/W rci
111 North 22nd St.
Mekico Beach; FL 32410
Charles M. Parker, Pastor John Anderson, Music Director
"The Exciting Place to Worship"
rf.r ) aptist Cihurcr
102 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
2 N HOWARD BROWNING, Pastor
,, Por St;. Joe, Florida.
~ '" 9
C tc ie Si it Constitution an Tfonument : ;,
Catch.the Si t 2c',
THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH PorSt.Joe
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School ........9:45 a.m. Evening Worship...... 7:30 p.m.
Morning Worship.;..1. 1:00 a.m. Bible Study
Methodist Youth Wednesday............... 9:30 a.m.
Fellowship ............ 5:30 p.m. Thursday ...............7:30 p.m.
REV. ZEDOC BAXTER, Pastor
JEFF BARNES, Youth/Music Director
Bible Study .'-. Worship :'
10 a.m. Sunday 11 a.m. Sunday
7 p.m. Wednesday Attended Nursery
.Minister: Louie Consoli,
"OBEY, MY VOICE, AND I WILL BE YOUR' GOD,
ANDWYE SHALL BE IMY PEOPLE "
S... ...." : .. ... .... .(Jer. 7:2 )
Presented by the church of Christ
The church meets at the corner of ,
20th Street and Marvin Avenue.-
P.O. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32456
First Union Bank Building.
9:00am Sunday School .
10am and 6pm Worship
Wed. 6:30pm prayer service.
Comne qs youp. The Lord won't
'have you ny other way.
By Linda Whitfield
WES. won second place in the
Gulf County Spelling :Bee. She
missed the word 'listener'. Barba-
ra Shirley-Scott was the pro-
nouncer,for the event.
You Can Tell Spring Is Coming
a teacher, Linda Tremaln.
told a'parent not to run on the
sidewalk! (She thought the per-
son was a student.)
every other student you meet
has on new;shoes.
current' event ar t more of'.
the. natureof "who won the game
One of our parents, Elaine
Howell-Winchell would like to of-
fer some good; advice to all the
parents. Always make sure your
:child wears their seat 'belt. Her
daughter is a case in point. Ear-
line always had Nicole wear her
seatbelt, except once. That once"
was when they were struck by a
truck and Nicole wasn't wearing
her seat belt. She lost a tooth and
was taken to Bay Medical Center
by Wewahitchka Volunteer Am-
bulance Squad. Nicole is back
with us and doing fine, but it
-cbuld have turned out the other
special Singers RevivalStarting
at Oak Grove The Church -of God in Christ
Oak GroveAssembly of God would lke: to Invite everyone to
Church invites you to an evening come out and join them in a three
Sofsinng and praising God with night Holy Ghost and Fire Revi-
the Heavenly Sensation Singers. n ightHoly ... .. and .e ..
They will be performing Sunday. ,al. The minister will be water
March 14, 6:00 p.m. A nursery Ayles of DeFunlak Springs.. Ser-
will be provided. Everyone Is cor- vices will start each night at.7:30
Sdially invited',to take part In this p.m t. Wednesday, Thursday, and
service., Friday, March 24, 25 and 26.
A Synonym for Sharing -
S Tweeta Gaskin
Nicki Little stopped by Mrs.
.Gaskin's house the other night to
pick up her daughter, Mandy.
Tweeta was cooking supper and
told Nicki that there was no need
for her to go home and cook.
"Here., just take half of this roast,
and potatoes for your family." Af-
ter much protestations, Nicki did
and she said It was enough ,for
about two. meals. Miss Tweeta Is
always volunteering and sharing.
If you want further proof, just ask
all the teachers who have put
weight on after eating the biscuits
and bacon she brings eeyM morn-
'ing. Miss Tweeta is, retiring after,
this year, but I have It on good
Authority that she already has
anotherJob In mind. "
As of Saturday, all of our-
Master's candidates have finished
their degree. Congratulations to
Sue McDaniel, Doris Jean Whit-
ten, Judi Lister, Lori Price, and
Linda Lawrence. They have
worked really hard.
Port St. Joe Elementary
Honor Roll Students
Gerald Lewter, principal of
Port St. Joe Elementary School, is
'pleased to announce the honor
roll for the fourth six weeks.
Brittany Alford, Becky Belin,
Tpmmy. Curry, Ashby Davis, Jes-
cii JT1hnnthmn r^nv, Ad1h1h h
Linette Bailey, George Bor-
den, Ashley Bryan. Tiffany Clark,
Ricardo Filmore, Wesley Garrett,
Adam Hamm, Prince Jones,
Amanda Matthews, Carla Money,
Cody Nobles. Ken Peak, Tikila
Walker, Ciystal Watkins, Heldi
ssca rulu, UUUnat~ onl ay, Asmecy
Haddock, Ria Harrison, Terrence Kristin Abrams. Buck Bur '
Holland, Caycee Kennedy. Nabri- kett, Nicholas Comforter, Jennifer
sha McGowan, Melissa Nixon, Craig,. Amber Daniels, Bradley
John Patrick, Sheena Quinn, Edge, Ashley Jones, Angela MarU-
Randi Sasser, B.J. Strickland, nez Susan Medina B.J Presnell
Stephen Tarantino Jessica Tarley, Tynetta Towner
..- aVairnpy- arrod Westwer,
l, JA'myM ter ms I';t'" I .a- W'rs right
lels, Amy iofht ...us[ r, 196th Grade -.
Colleen Falbe, t'a.?-ck Ufgerd, Brooks Adklson, Olympla
Margaret Gibson, Tyler Weimorts Arendt. Shella Boykins, Kylene
3rd Grade Butler, Connie Combs, Lakeythia
Lisa Curry, ob Dykes, Chris- Filmore, Melissa Hatcher. Brett
tinaNel, Brittany Reeves Jefcoat, Lacey Johnson, Tyler
Benjamin Ashcraft, Bonnie
Belln, James Capps, Angela
McDowell, David Patiick, Joshua
Todd Leslie White .
: E'.. .5thGrade
Erica Ailes, Alicia Christie,
Brandon Davis, "Justinr Kent,
Brad Knox, Clay Smiallwood, Lea
Todd, Rachel Watson
^'" "6th Grde,, "' ,
Samantha Ambrose, Aaroh
Bearden, Nicole Bellinger, Anna
Duren, Jim Faison, Tracey Fitzge-'
rald, Meredith Godfrey,. April
Godwin, Rikki Johnson, .Katie Kl-
bourn, Rachel McCroan, Sarah
Osborne, Julia Six,' Tracy' Wat-
kins. Lindsay Williams
Collins Abrams, Leonard Bai
ley, Schcora Baker, Stephen Be-
sore, Jessica Bland, Simon Col-.'
lins, Robert Davis, Jimmy Foster,
Kale Guillot, Drew Hall, Kyle Hall,
Moses Medina,_Michael Rowan,
Brandon Stitt, C6,dy. Strickland."
Brett Tarpley, Joshua Watkins,
Elaine Ash, Alisha .Barber,
Tessa Collins, Daphne. Crosby,
Sherry Foster, Jolie Hogan, Kayla
Jefferson, Carla- Johnson, sChris-
topher Knox, Tessie Layfiell,
Adrian Peterson, Rand' Peterson,.
Jennifer Raifleld, Jessica Sherrill,
Jared -Squire, Bryan -.Thomas,
Bobby White, ,
HEARING AID CENTER`
618 W. 23rd St.
Panama City, FL
Top Quality, Name
Brand Hearing Aids
Monthly Service Center
Motel St.-Joe (PSJ) -
st Tue day each month
Lane. ue eLaniorct, aosnua,
McCulley, Joshua Norris, Brett
Parker, Craig Phillips, MPsi
Quinn. Melissa Rowan, "Rocky ;
alzer, Kenny Smith, Ashley Ste-
phens, Ryan Stephens, Lennon
ThielI, Adam Wood
SShannon Boyer, Kristy
Bryant, Jeremy Cabaniss, Reggie
Gathers, Erica Hamm, Tatiana
Harris, Brandon Harrison, Wade-
Kennlngton, Derick Larry, Joey
Mastro, Kara McDaniel; Meredith
McNeill, Aaron Money, Tammi
Neal, Latrika Quinn, Piper :Red-
Smond, Wendy Sander, Steven
Sanders, Janah Strickland, Krys-
tal Tharpe, Donna Thomas, Kikl
Williams, Nikki Williams.
Everyone is invited to attend
free aerobic classes at the Gulf
County Association for Retarded
Citizens site. Classes are held
every Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, beginning at 5:30
For more information, call
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY
ST. JAMES' PORT ST. JOE
7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (ET)
++, Sunday School 9:45
44++ .ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.m. (CT)
THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor
"THE MIRACLE CENTER"
NEW COVENANT MISSIONARY WORLD OUTREACH CENTER...
SThe Family Church
252 Avenue E, Port SLt.Joe, Florida Church Phone: 229-8137
Pastor: Rev. Napoleon Pittman
SUNDAY DAILY PRAYER
Worship: 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. For Prayer or Counseling, Call or (
WEDNESDAY Write the Church.
7:30 p.m. Bible Study & Fellowship :
"A CHURCH WITH A VISION"
Sponsor of New Covenant Christian Academy K-S thru 6th Grade
Does not discriminate based upon race, creed, color, or origin.
I, P i. 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP........................10 a.m.
S1 ADULT SCHOOL............................. 11 a.m.
*SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children
IUIs Nursery Available
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor
Pine Street Overstreet
Sunday School..................................... 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship................................11:00 a.m.
Bibe Stu ........... ..- 6:00 p.m.
Wednsdad .Bibk fduy; 9,,-,, :;....., 3:O0 p.m. .
Pastor W:L. Trefni .' Phone 648-8144
S Highland View
United Methodist Church
S Corner Of 4th St. & Parker Ave.
: Lynnwood R. Wynne, Pastor
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Evening Worship 6 p.m.
Buford Gay Minister of Music Pd.u tlwu 3 -
We Want You To Be
Part of the Friendly Place
BIBLE STUDY 9:45 a.m. EVENING WORSHIP ........... 7:00 p.m.
MORNING WORSHIP........... 11:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH TRAINING .......5........5:45 p.m.
Long Avenue Baptist Church
DANIEL W. DUNCAN Pastor }
Min. of Education
of Port St. Joe
Pastors Jim and Susan List of The Rock of Port St.' Joe, 103 Garri-
son Avenue, invite you to join them each Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m.
as they gather to worship in the Lord.
Pastor Jim List was born in New Zealand to parents who came to
know the Lord through the Smith Wigglesworth revivals. His family was
.raised in Central Africa, where is parents were called as missionaries.
Pastor List received ministry training in the United States and returned
to Africa where he helped establish some 60 ministries while building 16
churches in several African countries. He has traveled to many nations
of the world teaching, ministering and helping to train pastors. They
currently assist with providing medical supplies and support to missionaries operating in the country of Mozambique.
Jim and his wife, Susan most recently lived and ministered in Jamaica where they helped to establish two churches.
Jim helped to pastor one of these while being on staff with Caribbean Christ for the Nations Bible School in Montego Bay.
After their two years at Caribbean Christ for the Nations and returning to the states, they attended The Rock of Panama
City and submitted to the leadership of Apostle F. Nolan Ball. In January, 1993, Apostle Ball released Jim and Susan to
begin a church in Port St. Joe.
You are welcome and they look forward to the opportunity of ministering to you and your family.
WEEKLY MEETING TIMES
Sunday Morning Celebration and Worship............10:00a.m. Thursday Night Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Intercessory Prayer at The Rock, Mon.-Fri.......6:00 7:00 a.m. Saturday Family Night Intercession........7:t06 p.m.
7:00 -8:00 a.m. The Rock Teens To Be Announced
Office Phone: 227-2033
Office Hours: Monday -Thursday 9:00 12:00 & 2:00 4:00, Friday 9:00 12:00
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McKenzie's 16 oz.
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Red Baron Deep Dish
Singles .. /5.0
Rainbow Assorted -7 oz.
Piggly Wiggly -12 oz .
Orange Juice.... 99
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Parkay- 12 oz.
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TV 3 lb. All Purpose
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Piggly Wiggly 12 oz.
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IM Orange Juice ...... .49
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Peas .....,,..... 69
Big R -16 oz, can
Piggly Wiggly lodized ,
Salt ......... U 2 9
Gerber Strained 4.2 oz.
Juice .. ... 2 9
Gerber Strained 4.5 oz.
Baby Food 29
48 oz. Jar Wesson _2^
Oil....... ........... 229
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Del Mont'- 28'oz. Bottle
Hunt's 15 ounce Bottle.
USDA HEAVY WESTERN WHOLE
Rib Eyes s "
10 LB. PACKAGE
Pork '7 9
COUNTRY PRIDE FRESH
Fryers ....... 4..
BRYAN ALL MEAT
Cocktail $ 59
HICKORY SMOKED WHOLE
Sliced Picnics Ib.89
HICKORY SMOKED HALF
Sliced Picnics Ib.99
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* Work Comp
* Auto Accidents
* Medicare Medicaid
* Slips & Falls
* 9nd Onihionn
* Health Insurance
Blue Cross Blue
Shield St Joe
Paner. and Others
A large crowd gathered in the High School Coliseum last,
Thursday evening, in spite of the rains, to hear the annual re-
port of the; St..Joe Papermakers' Credit Union and take their
chance at "ii''g -several valuablee door prizes. Clay Smallwood
had. the licky. numberawarding hii the $350 gift certificate.
]Wrs' Bill Bai-low copped the 25-inch TV set. Mrs. Guqerry Melton
won the VCR and a .number of lesser prizes were awarded
throughout the program. I
Reports were heard from various officers of the Credit Union.
President, Harry Lee Smith pointed to, "Change" as the force
.vhich had 'driven the organization throughout 1.992. The
"change" included a -'complete renovation of the facilities, but
pledged :there..would be no change in safe operation and good
service to its customers.
'' Manager, Wesley Atkins. reported the- financial institution
had giown by $2 million 'in assets during the year, bringing its
total assets to $24.5 million. The Credit Union had made net
prXofits-of $263.400. in 1992 and $18 million in loans. Atkins re-
potted an increase of $1.3 million in loans during the past year.
The organization had grown by .337 members during the past
year, to boast a total membership of 4,000.
Ralph Macomber, a director of the, Uhioni; wal presented a
plaque for chairing their building committee which was respon-
sible for both the' Wewahitchka branch, and expansion of the
Port St. Joe facilities.
Perennial president Harry Lee Smith was elected to head up
the Credit Union for still another term, and Larry Bateman was
re-elected as vice-president.
Plenty of power up to
530 CCA's for a variety
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iPre ho-Shi Screein i fn program Chureh eague
The Gulf .County School behavior. If potential problem Wednesday, March 17, 8:30 a.t. t -:. .. .
Board, in cooperation with the areas are found, the screening to 1:30 p.m. CT at Wewahitchka There will be a meeting for all
Florida Diagnostic and Learnring team will make recommendations Elementary Pre-K Center (Main -churches Interested in becoming
Resources' System/PAEC and the for follow-up.. Street Site). 'members of Church League Soft-
Gulf County Health Department, Each child -who is screened if you suspect your child of ball at First Methodist Church
is sponsoring a community ser- must be accompanied by a parent having a potential problem-, plan 'Pellowship Hall on Tuesday.
vice program to screen preschool or legal guardian. For further in- to attend one of the screenings. March 16th at 6:00 p.m. Please
children, ages 2 1/2 to 4 years, formation, contact Betty Bidwell,.., contact Benny Roberts f you
who will not be entering kinder- (904-229-6940), Jan Nobles (Port i 'The Florida Diagnostic and; .ohve any questions at 229-8248.
garten In the' Fall of 1993. SL Joe Elerhen'taiy .229-8838), Learning Resources System I eny estonsat229-8248.
Screening will be done in the Betty ", Husband' (Wewahitchka funded through.,IDEA. Part B. T-., Also, umpires are needed.,
areas of hearing, vision, speech Elementary 639-2476) or Joyce tie II (Preschool), and State Gen- Anyone'-(adults only) who would
and language,"-concept forma- Groom (Wewa Elementary 639-' eral Revenue Funds to.provide like -to umpire Church League
tion,. motor coordination, and 5313), or Nancy. Mauldin Breed- support services for Florlda's ex- SoftballP should contact Benny
og at 904-638-6131. ceptional student education pqro- Roberts,- 229-248. Thip job'pays.
_ _' Screening will be held grams. $10/game.
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*To avoid'parking-lot dents and
stretchess, consider fitting -your
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and canit be removed until the
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Line ads: $3.50 for first 20 words,
S5C for each additional word.
$2.00 for each consecutive
week with no changes. Call
227-1278 to place yours.
TUESDAY AT NOON
1987 Ford Tempo, gray, good
condition. 229-605n. t gt6 3/
187 Ford Escort lHatchkack, 4
speed, air, new tires, looks & runs
great, $2,300. 6484782.
S iltc 3/ll
1 983 Chevy S-10 pickup truck, 5
speed, good condition, $850. .Georgia
title. Call 648-8779. 3tc 3/11
S198 motor home, 26- ft. fully self
contained, ideal floor plap, al4therex-
tras, excel. cond. 647-5427.
Snmallcamper top, fits compact
truck, fiberglass. Call 229 8623.
Doctor's 1991 Plymouth Lasar. *
Low mileage, extra sporty car. Ekcel
lent shape. 39 mph. $9,90Q0. obo. 229-
8241 day*. 229-8518 nights. .4
1990 Geo Storm. Tate over gay-
ments. No equity. Call 227-7313.
DROOPY CAR & TRUCK
$69.95 Most Cars
Oakley's Cars & Trucks
Corner 2nd Ave. & Madison St., Oak Grove
1989 Sea Ray 160 w/100.,h.p.
outboard, am/fm cassette,,. power
steering, trim & tilt, $6,500. 639-
1990 Hoble 'Cat. fully equipped
w/customized trailer, excel. cond,
May see on Buccaneer. Drive, Gulf
Aire. St. Joe Beach. 647-3131.
$4,500. 2tc 3/4
24' Prolinfe rigged for shrimping
on 2 axle galvanized trailer. 305 V8
Chevrolet motor &'Volvo out drive. All
Instrumenrit, 3 rets and C2 sets of
Boards. $6.000. hone 904-697-3747,
Carrabelle. 2tp 3/4
,. ; 2 bedroom, I batty and garage.,
$450 mopth. Gulfaire Subdlyision,
647-5897. fc 3/
l ViV .
Small ond bedroom house, center
of Port St Joe.iFurnmshed or unfulr-
nished, $250 month. 229;6924. ,
S ltc,3/1 l
Houde, Mexico B.ach, 3 bdrm., 2
ba., carportH brick, unfurnished, fire-
iplace, cep. h&a, 1/2 bloc) from gulf,
large lot, storage building, no pets.
$425 month. Call 648-8g85.
. 4 vj
V i Small 1 bedroo~r house, located
in Oak Grove. Nb inside pets. $200 a
month. 2,29-8121. lItp 3/11
Small 1 bedroom house, located
in Oak Grdve. No inside pets. $200 a
month. 29-8121. ltp 3/11
S For Rent: 12'x60' trailer, 5 miles
from Overstreet Bridge oh Hwy. 386.
648-5306. ; fc 3/4
Liberty Manor Apts.. 800' Tap-
per Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable
housing for >the elderly and the
Cen. h &a, laundry facilities, en-
ergy efficient const., handicapped
equipped apts., available. Stove & re-
frig. furn., fully carpeted, 1 bdrm.,
apts., on-site manager.
Equal Opportunity Housing
Complex. Rent is based on income.
This complex is funded by the
Farmers Home Administration and
managed by Advisors Realty.
Call 229-6353 for more informa-
t NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS
Newly remodeled 4 bdrm., 3
bath, LR, DR, den & deck, 1607 Mon-
ument Ave. $550I month plus 1
month security,. deposit Interested
parties only call collect 803-366-
6354. ask for Tim. tfc 3/4
One large metal building, behind
NAIPA Parts Store on 1st St,, Port St.
Joe. Small office, bath room, was
paint & body shop or use auto repair
or whatever Approx. 4,000 sq. ft.,
'$450 month. Call 229-6999 or 229-
6637. U tf 2/11
.lce 14' wide trailer, unfurnished
2 bdrm., I ba., trailer for rent, no
"petsl 647-5361. tfe 3/4
518A First Street office space.
Contact Bill Sumner, Wewahitchka
State Bank. tfc 3/4
One furnished trailer and 2 trail-
er lots in -Highland View. Call 227-
1260. tfe 3/4
Mobile home lot approx. 46-90 ft.
$72 month includes water & garbage
collection fee. Rustic Sands Camp-
ground, Mexico Beach. 648-5229.
Nice one, two & three bedroom
apartments. Cen. h&a, stove & frost-
free refrigerator, playground available
with parents' supervision. Laundry
nr. provided. Rent determined by in-
come. Handicap units available. Pine
Ridge Apartments, 227-7451. Equal
OFFICE SPACE. Call George
Duren at 229-6031 and leave mes-
sage. tfc 3/4
Mobile home lots for rent, located
in Mexico Beach. 648-5476.
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & re-
frig., cen. h&a, screen porch, car-
port & laundry rm.
* Large 2 bedroom apartment, stove
& refrig., washer/dryer hook-up.
* New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba., inside laundry rm, ch&a, dish-
washer & stove, fully carpeted. No
* Small 2 bdrm. home, auto. heat &
air, washer/dryer hook-up.
* One bedroom apartment, washer/
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
Warehouses, small and large,
Some with office, suitable for small
business. 229-6200. tfc 3/4
Office Suites Available
1 on First Floor
2 on Second Floor
410 Long Ave., next to law office
Call 904-227-7413 ffc 3/4
No need for wet carpets. Dry
clean them with HOST. Use rooms
right away. Rent machine. St. Joe
Furniture, 227-1251. thru 12/92
The Phantry Hotel, Rooms Pri-
vate baths or dormitory style. Daily or
weekly rates. Will renovate to your
taste for lease. 302 Reid Ave., Port St.
Joe, FL 229-8723. tfc 3/4
3 family yard sale, Saturday,
Mar. 13, 9:00 ? Pelican Walk; St.
Joe Beach, -behind Suwanee Swifty.
Rain or shine. Itp 3/11
Carport Sale: Sat, Mar. 13, 9-1.,
113 Monica Drive, Ward Ridge. Wom-
en's and boy's clothing, size 4-8, toys,
Yard Sale: Sat, March 13, 8:00
a.m. 2103 Cypress Ave. Associated
goods. Itc 3/11
Garage Sale: Friday and Satur-
day, Mar. 13th & 13th, 2111 Palm
Blvd., corner Palm Blvd. & Allen Me-
morial'Way, 8 a.m. until.
Helping Hand Thrift Going Out of
Business. Sales Sales Sales. 201
H#y. 98, Port St. Joe. 2tp 3/11
Yard Sale: Saturday, Mar. 13,
703 Park Ave., Highland View. 8 till 1.
Lots of different items, children's
clothes, toys, etc. Ito 3/11
PAYS1 Call 227-1278 to place
yours. $3.50 for first insertion.
$2.00 a week for consecutive runs,
plus 54 per word for all over 20.
Bar Tender, Marie's Comer Bar,
Hwy. 71 and 386 (old Dempsey Bar In
Wewa). Days or nights, apply In per-
son: tf3e /11
Part-time Accounts Payable. ex-
perienced. Come by for application,
Johnson Lumber & Supply. 4.
Need mature, responsible lady to
babysit in my home. Earlr morning -
references required. Own transporta-
tion required. Experienced need only
apply, 227-1279 after i-2:00 p.m.
Sales person, knowledgeable in
hardware/plumbing, electrical. Come
by for application, Johnson Lumber &
Supply. ltc 3/11
Correctional Officer: Must have
completed a 400 hr. basic recrulte '
training course :in corrections, be a
high school graduate, U.S. citizen, 19 0
yrs. of age, no felony convictions or
misdemeanors' involving perjury or
false statements, drug free & pass a
vigorous background investigation. A
State of Florida application must be
submitted to Region I Office. 4610
Highway 90 E., Marianna, FL 32446.
Pos. 16328. 3 positions. Closing date
3/17/93. Application must be sub-
mitted for each position number ap-
plted foi. ,: Itc3/1 1
Female housemaid wanted, pri-
vate area, completely furnished, many
amenities. Very nice home, I block
from downtown Wewa. $250 month
plus half utilities. 639-5572 after :5
Needed: Live-in babysitter. refer-
ences required. 227-1757 (work), ask
for Susan, 647-3076 home.
Butler's Restaurant & Lunge is
now accepting applications for'sum-
mer help.. You need ,to be at least 16
years or older to apply. Both full &
part time jobs are available. Apply in
person after 4 p.m., ho phone inquir-
tes please. 3tc 3/4
Gymnastics coaches needed for
boys and girls. Call anytime, 904-
Certified nursing assistant posi-
tions available. Apply in person, Bay
St Joseph Care Center. tfc 3/4
Unique Opportunity Local afflll-,,
ate of nation-wide real estate organi-
zation is offering flexible work hours
and above average income to the right
person. Dutes will Include counseling
with Individuals who have properly
for sale on how .to use. our nationwide
marketing system. Candidates must
have or be willing to obtain a real es-
,tate license. Call 227-1774.
MISC FO S ,
Wooden storage shed? 12'x24',
$1.500, you move. Computer work
station. 850. 648-5146, John.
Oak coffee table and 2 end tables
to match, $300. Call 648-5401.
Rattan dining table, glass top & 4
'chairs, call after 5 p.m., 229-8854.
Console looks & works good,
$95. Nice 19" color TV, $69. 13" color
TV, $55. Call Jim, 647-3116.
1986 14'x65' Northriver mobile
home, 2 bdrm., 2 full bath, liv. rm. &
kitchen with a pantry-washroom. To-
tal gas stove, oven, heat, air cond., re-
frig. New carpet. Also 8'x30' deck oh
front, great condition. Assume equity.
call 647-8383 after 3:00 p.m. for
more information. 4tp 3/11
Turkeys and hens. Call. 648-
8272. ltp 3/11
New queen size waterbed mat-
tress (full motion), paid $100, will
take $70 or best offer. at 1020 Garri-
son Ave. Call till 10 p.m. night, 227-
7590. ltc 3/11
Deadhead cypress lumber, saw
mill direct to you, standard sizes plus
custom cutting. Large timbers and de-
livery available. White City, 904-827-
Three prom dresses, 2 long, 1 tea
length, only worn once, sizes 8-12.
229-6673. Also FREE puppies.
TRADES. and SERVICE
American Legion Bingo Thurs-,
day night, :7:30 p.m. Cash prizes.
Early bird 5:00 p.m. Meetings 1st
Monday of each month, 8:00 p.m.
Mushroom Compost, for imme-:
diate delivery call C & B Leasing.
647-5702 or 227-1224, 2tec 3/4
Telephone jack Installation and
repair. Pre-wire, free. estimates. 30
yrs. experience. Call 639-2919.
House Cleaning and yard work.
Call Wilder and wife, at 229-8178.
Por St.Joe Lodge No. 1l I
Reg. Stated Communlcation
4 1st and 3rd Thursday of each
month, 8:00 p.m., Masonic Hall, 2.14
Donald Scott, W.M.
Fred Nehrings, Sec.
& Income Tax
Wauneta Brewer St. Joe Beach
Good Work Doesn't Cost, It Pays
ST. JOE /
STUMP REMOVAL ^
Bush Chipping, Stump Grinding
Rt. 2 Box 73D Port St. Joe,
With A Smile will do houseclean-
ing, window's too. Yard. work, paint-
ing, rototilling, tool 20 yrs. experi-
ence. Call 229-8230. 2tp 3/11
CATERING & CAKES
C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe work, dozer work.,root
rake, front-end loader, lot clearing,
septic tanks, drain fields, fill dirt.
Rt. 2. Box A1C, Port St. Joe
We Buy, Pawn, Sell or trade
Indian Swamp Campground
Hwy. C-387, Howard Creek
5x10 10x 10 10x20
On Site Rentals 6 Days A Week
ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S RENT
St. Joe Rent-All
706 First St. 227-2112
service now offered by
BARFIELD LAWN & GAR-
WALLPAPER PAINTING CLEANING EXPERIENCE REFERENCE
ROGER & VANNESSIA MOYER Free Estimates (904) 229-8084
Maddox Construction Company
RG 0062723 Mobile Phone 227-5100
New Homes ,
Additions & Remodeling WE BUILD TO LAST
All Your Building Needs A LIFETIME!
For Free Estimates, Call 229-8050 tfc 3/4
LIC # RF0051042
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
REMODELING RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL
INSTALLATION OF WATER LINES AND SEWER LINES
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA tfc3/4 904/229-6821
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Open Meetings: Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday, 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, 8:00 p.m.
Sunday 4:00 p.m. &.Tuesday 8:00
All meetings at St. James
Episcopal Church, all times eastern
For further AA Information
Cuts, Color, Frosting, Perms
Betty's Beauty Salon
"A Family Salon"
311 Madison St. Betty Heath,
Oak Grove Owner/Mgr.
Save on Your
LAWN & GARDEN
Small Engine Repair
'* Generators ,
" lk .Pumps
328 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe tfc 3/4
Sewing and alterations, drapes,
complete outfits, repairs. Also cus-
tom fit sofa and chair slip covers.
Call Daisy at Aline's 229-6600 or
JOHN F. LAW
26 Years of Experience
Injuries and Accidents.
No charge for first conference.
7229 Deer Haven Road, P.C. /4W
COSTING INSURANCE AGENCY
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave.. Port St. Joe
? tfc 3/4
T.L.C. Lawn Service
All Types of Yard Work
S Mowing, Raking, Timmrning,
Weeding. Clean Outs
S and Roof Sweeping.
Reasonable Monthly or
Seasonal Rates Available.
Call 229-6435 tic 3/4
BOB'S PAINT &
29 Continuous Years of
Automotive Body Repair
Rebuild Wrecks Body
& Window Work
Expert Automotive Painting
FREE ESTIMATES on Your Body Work
See or Call BOB HEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone 227-7229
St. Joe Rent-All, Inc. |
Small Engine Repairs
Factory Warranty Center
Chain saws I
't Generators I |
706 1st St.-St. Joe
L. - -ti
CATHERINE L. COLLIER ,
Independent Sales Representative
211 Allen Memodal Way Port St. Joe
(904) 229-6460 'tf3/4
STUTZMAN CONST. CO.
All Types Roofing and Remodeling
30 years experience
Lic. #RB0030039, RC 0038936
'Where Qgality Is'Higher
Than Price" V
St. Joe Rental-All, Inc.
706 First Street
Port St. Joe.* 227-2112
Tax Returns A Specialty
224 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
ST. JOE RENT-ALL, Inc.
706 1st St. 227-2112
SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
Sears Catalog Sales
MICHAEL KILBOURN, Owner
Williams Avenue tfc 3/4
Harmon's Heavy Equipment Co.
Specializing In Black Top Soil
BULL DOZERS BACKHOES LOADERS
TRACTORS DUMP TRUCKS
648-8924 or 648-5767 If no answer tfc3/
Home 827-2903 24 Hour Service
Contact Phone: 227-1885 $15.00 minimum
Rooster's Fried Chicken
BILL'S QUALITY SERVICE
A/C, Refrigeration, Restaurant Equipment
Residential & Commercial Service
Wewa and PortSt. Joe
Rt. 1, Box 147-A Licensed and Insured
Wewahitchka, FL 32465 References Furnished
'Hot Tar ROOFING
Re-Roofing Free Estimates
^ "The Beaches"
Eddie "Smarter Than Water? L3/4 ydia
Single wide trailer 12'x70 (2
bdrm., 1 1/2 bath), 8' ceilings, new
plywood floors, appliances 'included,
$4,000. Needs a little work. 648-
Electric adjustable bed for sale.
Twin size, used less than 2 years,
good cond. $400. Call 647-5354.
Whirlpool 10,000 btu Coolerator
air conditioner, fits window 26"-38",
only used 1 summer, still under war-
ranty, $250. CNA white dress uni-
form, size 10, worn once, brand new,
$30. Call 648-5994. tfc 3/4
Bedding plants, flowers, house-
plants, 1'lskets ah& shrubs &.tthe Big,
Barn Flea Market-'orfner of Hwy. 98
& Hwy. 71. 6tp 2/25
Attention Attention Atten-
tion: Lawn service & tractor work, B
& J Enterprise, reasonable rates. Call
827-2805 or 827-2876. 52tp 1/7
Port St. Joe Western Auto now
honoring entire Panama City West-
ern Auto company store advertised
sale prices. 227-1105, 219 Reid
Ave. tfc 3/4
Western Auto Special. Computer
spin balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105. tfe 3/4
To buy or sell Avon call Sarah
Kemp at 229-6495 after 5 p.m. or
weekends. tf 3/4
Electrolux and all other vacu-
ums, repairs and sales, bags, any-
thing for any vacuum and, any central
built-in vac's. Callaway Vacuum, Tyn-
dall Parkway, near Hwy. 22, Panama
City, FL 32404. 763-7443. .
Port St, Joe Western Auto, now
honoring Panama City Western Auto
Co. store advertised tire sale prices.
Sears Card now at Port St. Joe West-
ern Auto. 'Discover TOOl Also Com-
puter Wheel Alignment. 227-1105.
FREE: Eight lesson Bible study.
Postage and envelope supplied.
Send request to Bible Study, P. 0.
Box 758, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
Stait now to prevent fleas Mother .'"
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BARFIELW'SL:AWN & '*GARDENi ,Reld
Ave., about HAPPY JACK TABLICKS.
Chieabl nutritious. For dogs & cats.
Looking for a cold weather dog
food without spending a fortune? Ask
BARFIELD LAWN & GARDEN 229-
2727 about HAPPY JACK HI-ENERGY
DOG FOOD. Specifically formulated
for hunting dogs & growing pups.
Looking for a cold weather dog
food without spending a fortune? Ask
BARFIELD LAWN & GARDEN 229-
2727 about HAPPY JACK HI-ENERGY
DOG FOOD. Specifically formulated
for hunting dogs.&-growing pups.
; -,12tc 1/7
HAPPY JACK TRIVERMICIDE:
Recognized safe & effective against
hook, round & tapeworms in dogs &
' ats. Available O-T-C at Barfield's
Lawn & Garden, 229-2727.
820 Highway 98 Mexico Beach
NEW LISTING: Sunshine Farms 2.73 acres. Lot 25-A,
NEW LISTING: Sunshine Acres Lot 14, 2.93 acres, $12,000.
NEW LISTING: Wetappo Ridge Subdivision Lots 63 & 71,
$11,000 for both.
2502 N. Highway 98, 2 bedroom; 1 bath,d en, fireplace, garage,
extra room could be made into bedroom, reduced to $85,000.
North Canal Overstreet 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 1 acre with stor-
age building, $38,000.00.
HANNON REALTY, Inc.
221 Reid Ave. Port St, Joq; FL
(904)227-1450 :', ,
FRANK HANNON, Broker
State Certified Residential Appraiser #000123"
Mortgage Rates Are Low, Now /s The Time To Buy! "
Frances Chason 229-8747
Charles Shoaf 227-7429 Doris Strickland 229-8988
16th St.: 3 BR, 1 bath, practically new central H&A, 12'x20' storage buidling on 70' x
120' corner lot. Selling with lots of furniture included. $44,000.
1313 Marvin Ave.: Nice 3BR, 2 bath masonary home with approximately 1800 sq.
ft. central h/a, appliances, outside storage on 75' x 175' lot. Back yard over-
looks golf course. $65,000. P *S.JO
201 Woodward Ave.: 3 BR 1 bath home located on lot zoned commercial 'with 95'
on Woodward and 287' on First Street. $25,000.
121 Hunter Circle: 3 bedroom, 1 bath masonry & brick home, central h/a & outside
1616 Long Ave.: 2 story duplex, newly redecorated, good rental record. $49,000.00.
517 4th St.: Charming older 4 bedroom, 2 bath home in great condition, new roof,
517 1/2 4th St.: Apartment building with two furnished apartments, each two bed-
room, 1 bath. A Great Investment! Rent from apartments could make your mort-
gage payments. Good rental record. BOTH FOR ONLY $60,000.00. Reduced
CAPE SAN BLAS
Gulf front Beaoih-Cottage: Completely furmished 2 BR, 2 BA, kitchen with eating
area, livingToom, ready to move in! Asking $122,900.00.
Between 3rd and 4th Street, Hwy. 98, Mexico Beach: 3 BR, 2 ba home with large
glassed in front porch. Completely furnished. $125,000.00.
3rd Ave., Beacon Hill: Two bedroom, 1 bath home, 3 blocks from the Beach, ideal,
for young couple or retired couple, 1 1/2 lots,' fenced in yard with fruit trees,
quiet neighborhood. $45,000.00;.
Hwy. 71: Nice 3 bedroom, 1 bath frame home with large kitchen, living room-dining'
room combo, and screened back porch. $32,500.
LOTS & LAND
8th St.: 2 nice lots 50' x 170' each, located in good residential area, $22,000.
Priced to Sell: 2 lots cleared and ready to build on. 177 frontage. $8,600 for both.
100 x 200 town lot, choice location: ,
Overstreet: 13 acres near bridge and canal with many nice oaks and fronts on
8th St.: 1 1/2 nice lots, 75'xl70', only $12,000.00.
1908 & 1910 Long Ave.: 2 nice high lots, 60x140 and 68x172.
Cape San Blas; 270 ft: prime Gulf frontage 600 ft. deep. Will sell or all part.
Mexico Beach, 43rd SL: Nice canal lot w/city dock across street, 71'x90'. $39,000.
Chipola Cut Off PRICED FOR QUICK SALE 3 lots ONLY $8,000.00.
St. Joseph,Shores: Owner will listen to offers on this 3 acres with 231 ft. of highway
Howard Creek: 60 x 130 lot. Only $1,800.00
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1993
NEW house for sale by owner at
St. Joe 'Beach on Alabama Ave. 2
bdrm.; 2 ba., cen. h&a, double gar-
age. See .by appointment. Call 229-
6666. tfc 3/11
S3 bedroom brick house, 2 full
baths, large den, deck. $65,000, be-
fore 6:00, 229-8880, after 6:00, 229-
8356. tfc 3/11
Howard Creek: comer lot 61.5' x
130' with 2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile
home with 16'x20' Florida front room.
Fully furnished, 2 utility sheds, deep
well. Call collect 509-923-2084.
Nice 3 bedroom 2 bath home for
sale in Port St Joe. Call Rosasco
Realty, 227-1774. 8tp 2/25
Country house on 3 acres, 2 bed-
room, 1 bath, fireplace, peaceful
neighborhood, gardener's delight, all
the asparagus you can cat, $47,000.
Call 904-233-0123, 9-5, M-S; 647-
3259 evenings & Sunday.
Remodeled 3 bdrm., 1 ba. brick
home, new cen.a&h, water heater &
roof, all appliances, space. kitchen &
dining rm., privacy fence, sun deck &
workshop, etc. on Ig. lot Energy effi-
cient, $53,000. Call 648-8215 or 227-
1501. tfc 3/4
1/2'acre fenced on cul-de-sac, 3
bdrm., 1 bath, central heat & air, car-
pet. fans & blinds, interior upgraded,-
near boat ramp for excel., fishing.
Great for retirement or young family.
Owner helps with closing. 827-7375.
1017 Marvin Ave. 3 bdrm., 2
ba. masonry "house on nice 90'x150'
shaded lot Cen. h&a, liv. rm., Ig. den
w/flreplace, screened in porch, fenced
in back yard with block storage bldg.
Appliances including refrig., dish-
washer, clothes washer, microwave,
and 2 hot water heaters, $57,500.00.
229-6642 nights or 227-7200 days.
For Sale by Owner: Furnished 2
bdrm. house on Burgess Creek. Lot
size :86'x350', from Magnolia Road to
,Creek, private boat landing. Cen. heat
and elec. appliances. Large screened
in back porch. $28,500. Call 904-
648-5190, some owner financing.
New 3 bdrm., 2 ba. home, 1400
ft. heat/cooled, on beautiful Chipola
River, Ig. deck, dock on 'river, 2 car
carport, 100 ft. waterfront. Applianc-
es, owner financing with down pay-
ment. Call 904-762-8597 after 5 p.m.
1310 Palm Blvd. 2 bedroom
frame house, Ig. country kitchen &
appliances. Cen. heat, window air,
ceiling fans, like new washer & dryer,
dinette, china cabinet, couch, chair,
curtains & blinds included, $29,500.
Call-639-2541 -after 5-pMn.- tfc.3/4
2.73 acres at Sunshine Farms,
Overslreet. Partially cleared comer
acreage. $15,000 negotiable. Call B.
Given, 227-1467 after 6 p.m.
Nice 3 bedroom 1 bath home, has
cen.. heat & air, new cabinets. 206
10th St. Call 229-6055 for more infor-
mation. tfc 3/4
Country living overlooking We-
tappo Creek, 3 bdrm.L, 2 ba. 1500 sq.
ft 'living space, 26'x56' mobile home,
15x26' grand room, ch&a, fireplace, 2
car garage, 2 until. bldg., 2 covered
porches, one 14'x26' open deck,
swimming pool w/privacy fence,
beautiful landscaped on two 1/2 acre
lots with c/l fence. $56,500. Call 648-
5323 for appt. tfc 3/4
50x150 lot w/2 BR, 14x60 MH
and all improvements. $21,500.
Americus St., St. Joe Beach. Financ-
ing Available. Call 648-5323.
LOTS FOR' SALE-On Cemetery
Road, 1 mile off Overstreet Road, 9
miles south of Wewa. Owner financ-
ing. Call 229-6961. tfe 3/4
A bedbound, disabled senior citi-
zen is in need of 'an electric blanket
due to multiple health problems that
cause her body to remain cold most of
the time. If you have one that you no
longer need or want, please donate it
to Gulf County Senior Citizens for her
use. We would certainly appreciate it
and so would she. Please call 229-
8466. God bless you for your generos-
ity. It 3/11
Wanted: Local artists to display
work and children for art lessons for
shop opening in spring. Please call
648-8436, leave phone number.
HAPPY JACK TONEKOTE: Liquid
food supplement provides nutrients
for a warm winter coat for dogs &
cats. BARFIELD'S LAWN & GARDEN,
229-2727. 6tc 2/11
Ask BARFIELD LAWN & GAR-
DEN 229-2727 about HAPPY JACK
PRO-BRED MEAT RATION. Meat
based-SOY FREE. Less kennel clean-
up. Formulated for professional
breeders. Contains NO BHT or Ethox-
yquin. 12t 2/4
PAYSI Call 227-1278 to place
yours. $3.50 for first insertion,
$2.00 a week for consecutive runs,
plus 50 per word for all over 20.
Guidance BOD Meets Tuesday
The Board of Directors of the
Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Inc.,
will hold its regularly.,scheduled
meeting on Tuesday, March 16,
at 5:30 p.m. ET. 'The meeting will
be held in the Guidance Cllnic4
Member of the
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owner. With Anchor's low 15% of the Gross, Income, an owner saves
$3,000 over a 30% management fee, under the assumption that the
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