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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1993
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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INDUSTRY DEEP WATER PORT FINE PEOPLE SAFEST BEACHES IN FLORIDA


FIFTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 45


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1993


Middle School Plan Adopted

School Board Gives Unanimous Approval of Plan for Both Schools


FRED PRIEST
... Football Coach and Athletic Director


NewFootball Coach

Reports to Work
Principal Wesley Taylor thinks Port St. Joe High School.
has replaced an excellent coach and citizen with an equally
good citizen and excellent coach in the short space of just
over a month. With the surprise resignation of John Hicks
at the close of the school year, in May, the search was on
for a quality replacement, which Taylor says was the main
attribute In the activity.
"We have our man in Fred Priest," Taylor said this
week, as Priest reported to Port St. Joe High School Tues-
.day. ready for his new position.
Priest comes to Port St. Joe after considerable experi-'
ence as a head coach for 10 years in Colorado, a short
. stint as-a college assistant at a Kansas. college, four and.,,a
half years at Green Cove Springs as both an assistant and
head coach. He has spent the past two years as an offen-
sive coordinator under Bay High School head coach Jimmy
Scoggins.
GLAD TO BE IN PORT ST. JOE
Priest, who brings a family with him, says he is glad to,
, be a part of the "Port St. Joe winning tradition." The new
head coach has a ;wife. Donna; two daughters, Harmony
and Amber and a son Jeremiah.'
Priest said, "I had heard of the Port St. Joe program
while I was at Green Cove Springs. I went to see the Jack-
sonville Bolles-Port St. Joe championship game in 1990,
and was impressed with the team, I look forward to becom-
ing a part of the program and the community."
The coach was also impressed with the fact that of the
last four men to coach football at Port St. Joe, three chose
to 'That speaks well for the community as a great place to
raise a family and become a part of the activities going on
here," he said.
GOOD CHARACTER AND ROLE MODEL
Taylor said he checked Priest's character before he act-
ed on his appointment. "I was more interested in what kind
of example he would set for our young men than with his
coaching ability, which also seems to be considerable,"
Taylor said. The principal said he feels as if the school and
the community has a man for the position which will show
enthusiasm for the game and concern for the community.


Port St. Joe High School will divide into
two sections when the 1994-9 school
term begins, into a middle schco l and a
high school.
At a meeting held Tuesday afternoon,
School Superintendent Walter V Ider was
given approval from the School Board to
proceed with making plans and ,securing
designs of a new [to' Gulf Count r middle
school concept for both Port St.i Joe and
Wewahitchka high schools. Thb Wewa-
hitchka renovation will not be rput into
place until the 1995-96 school ye ,r.
Superintendent Wilder had earlier pre-
sented suggestions from both hi4 and the
State Department of Education lo solve a
desire from a committee of citizerns named
to critique Gulf County schools. The com-
mittee suggested a middle s hool be
adopted, some six months ago, and the
concept is now being put into mo ion.
Wilder had suggested that. oie pod of
Port St. Joe High School be mad' autono-


mous, with its own entrance, sanitary fa-
cilities, principal and staff. "Only such fa-
cilities as the coliseum, music suite and
library would be shared," Wilder said.
"Every other operation, including guid-
ance, would be self contained."
STATE MONEY AVAILABLE
Wilder estimated, from his studies and
advice received, that the renovation of the
pod to accommodate students froni grades
seven and eight, would cost approximately
$125,000. He identified the source of the
funds as Capital Optlay, a source of funds
provided by the State Department of Edu-
cation, which can be used only for school
construction and renovation.
Wilder said the particular "Pod" of the
High School scheduled for renovation
hasn't been decided on, yet. "I would sus-
pect we would choose "Pod C", lie said,
"because that. particular pod contains
bathroom facilities and the other pod un-


der consideration does not."
The Sulperintendent's plan, adopted
unanimously by the School Board, also
would have its own trained staff, which
Wilder said could be secured from 'the
present staff in the school. "We already
have a corps of teachers trained as middle
school instructors, and would have a year
to train additional, staff we would need,"
Wilder said in his report.
WEWAHITCHKA IN '95
The Wewahitchka High School would
have its school renovated to accommodate
a middle school, beginning classes. in
1995, Wilder said. 'The smaller Wewa-
hitchka plant can't afford to take the room
from its present plant for a middle school.
We would have to build at least one class-
room."
He briefly outlined plans for the Wewa-
hitchka school but said more input would
(See MIDDLE SCHOOL on Page 3)


White City will finally get Its
water system. In a special meet-
ing Tuesday afternoon, the Gulf
County Commission took bids for
construction of the system, which
will include a ground level pres-
sure tank on the south side of the.
bridge across the Intracoastal Ca-
nal, to boost a water supply
though a pipeline which will be
attached to the bridge. ,The com-
munity's water supply will come
from the City of Port St. Joe.
The Commission :. received
four bids on the system. which
ranged from a low of $542.909.69
for a base bid to $783,177.90,
with the other two falling in be-,
tween. The. community has ap-
proximately $600.000 in grants
and loans to pay for the construc-
tion.
SUCCESSFULL BIDDER
Air Environmental Resources.
Inc., was the successful bidder.

Firework
Shows Draw
Huge Crowds
,Gulf County people like
their fireworks!
Large crowds turned out for
a show Saturday night in Wewa-
hitchka and in Port St. Joe
Sunday night, as the pyrotech-
nic shows were presented.
'Crowds were parked for blocks
from the center of attraction,
to witness the explosions and
light show put on by the ex-
ploding balls of gunpowder.
Rain threatened the Wewa-
hitchka presentation, but the
show went on despite soggy
ground, and the appreciative
crowds turned out en masse.


The construction firm, 'with head-
quarters in Gulf County, is owned
by Ed Hill, a construction firm
manager, formerly engaged by St.
Joe Paper Company on one of its
projects,
TANK BIb
In a-secondary bid, C&B Me-
. chanical Contractors, bf Blount-
stowrn, entered the low bid of
$74,555 for the ground level pres-
sure tank.
The contract calls for the con-
struction firm to build facilities to
and including the meter. Piping


beyond the meter to the custom-
er, Is the customer's responsibili-,
ty.
I Both 'firms are currently be-
ing investigated by County offi-
cials, as to performance ability,,
proper insurance coverage and
other legal matters, with a deci-
sion expected within a day or two.
Construction should take no,
more than 120 days to complete. .
The system was designed by
Prebe-'Rish, Engineers, 'of Port St.
Joheand the engineering firnn will
be supervising. the construction


work.
GRANTS, LOANS
The White City water system
project began gaining momentum.
about three years ago, when a
child ,in the community was diag-
nosed as having hepatitis, and
health department officialsidenti-
fied the source of the illness as
'the water supply of the communi-
ty. Water is furnished from wells,
with many being shallow wells,
locatedd too close to septic tank
systems. The growing population
(See BID onPage, )


"Haley's Comet" leaves a trail of sparks in iti wake as it streaks across the sky.


City's Fire Rate Improved

After Fire Truck Purchase


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Patty Wilson and her young son, David, go "Ahhht" as fireworks light up the sky Sunday night,
left, and an unidentified spectator showed up dressed for the part, right.


Citizens of Port St. Joe, will
receive an improvement in their'
fire insurance premiums the City
Commission was notified Tuesday
night by the state's Insurance
Commission.
The improvement in fire insu-
rance ranking, from seven to six,
came as the result of the pur-
chase of a new fire truck recently,
and placed into service. The truck
it replaced was nearly 15 years
old.
The remainder of the County
ratings have not been changed.
The new rate schedule for
policy holders inside the City
Limits will not take effect for at
least 90 days. Insurance agency
owner, Bill Wood, a City Commis-
sioner, said, "Policy holders may
not see any premium reduction at
all, as a whole, on their insu-
rance."
Wood pointed out that insu-
rance companies were pulling out
of Florida due to high claims inci-
dence, or raising rates. Wood said
the improvement in rating on fire
insurance premiums should
amount to approximately $20 to


$40 per year, depending on the
building covered, "but they may
end up with not so much of an
increase in premiums because of


the improved rating."
Policies usually cover more
(See INSURANCE on Page 3)


Tourist Struck by Auto

While Crossing Highway


Eileen Praugott, 64, of
Jacksonville, was seriously
injured in a traffic accident
in Gulf County during the
long holiday week end, and
is still listed in serious con-
dition in a Bay County hos-
pital as a result of the acci-
dent.
Praugott's serious injury
was the only accident report-
ed in Gulf County-during the
holiday period.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol, Praugott
was crossing Highway 98, on
foot, Sunday at about noon,
to get to the beach, when


she was struck by a car driv-
en by Laura Weber of Cleve-
land, Tennessee.
Mrs. Praugott was cross-
ing the highway at the inter-
section beside Gulf Sands
Motel, when the accident oc-
curred. Witnesses said she
apparently didn't see the on-
coming car and walked into
the path of the vehicle.
It was the second acci-
dent involving an automo-
bile and a pedestrian to oc-
cur in Gulf County within a
month.
Cpl. D. W. Welch of the
Highway Patrol investigated
the accident.


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PAGE TWO THURSDAY, JULY '8,'993?


Old Shacks Are Unsightly and Dangerous


A while back the City of Port St. Joe em-
barked on a program of getting rid of old
burned out shells of houses and those which
had simply become eyesores through neglect
and lack of use. There are several which fall
into -these categories throughout the City and
the Commission is concerned about them.
The burned out shells and the dilapidated
condition of the few homes which have deterio-
rated over the years through neglect are also a
concern of the citizens which live in the neigh-
borhood.
The buildings are also of a concern to the
Commissioners because they found by remov-
ing a few, that considerable money and valua-
ble time was involved in removing what was
once a home and is now simply debris. This
same debris attracts rodents, roaches, snakes,
and other unwelcome pests to bother us.
Too, kids are naturally attracted to such
places to plunder among the debris to find
"treasure" and sometimes find only a rusty nail
through their feet. The places are a hazard to
kids and their sense of adventure.
The Commissioners are concerned over the
expense of removing the buildings as well as
the danger of leaving them where they are.
What can be done to recover some of the ex-
pense and make the property properly respon-
sible for the state of his own property and pos-
sible danger it poses to everyone?
Just.the other day we read of cholera out-
breaks in other countries caused by some of
the very same conditions these buildings
threaten. We're not saying we are about to have
a cholera outbreak in Port St. Joe. We probably


won't have. But the things which make cholera
outbreaks are there. It could happen, given the
right set of circumstances.
The City government has toyed with ways to
make the property owner responsible for clear-
ing away the debris in some .manner or other.
We think they are on solid ground to make the
owners responsible but the trick is, how do you
do it, if the owner doesn't live here? How do
you remove a building from a piece of private


property when the owner says leave it alone
and he'll take care of it... and then doesn't?
The City can handle cases where there is, a
resident property owner involved. He can at
least be badgered until he performs to the ben-
efit of the public. In the case of absentee ownr-
ership and resident ownership as well, there is
the old weapon of taking a lien against the
property.
There is very little property inside the City


limits of Port St. Joe which isn't worth the esti-
mated $2-3,000 expenses for removing build-
ings. Of course, there is a ritual which must be
adhered to in order to have the law on your
side when the buildings are torn down, but
that is all in place.
Now, it is a matter of exercising all these
available methods of requiring a property own-
er to pay for cleaning up his own personal
mess.


Doesn't Nation Have Enough AIDS?


The government finally found a" court which
would agree with diseased Haitians coming
into the United States as preferred emigrants.
Not only are the Haitians without a country
and diseased, but they have the incurable, ex-
pensive-to-treat, deadly killer, AIDS.
There were about 138 of the aliens brought
into, Palm Beach, about two weeks' ago, who
were formerly under quarantine in-Guantana-
mo Bay, Cuba. They were-there for over a year,
trying to gain entrance to our country. .
along with their deadly disease.
What was wrong with sending them back to
Haiti? Why must we bring them here? We real-
ize they have problems, but we also realize that
bringing them to the United States won't solve
their immediate problem of health. Nobody, or,
nothing can solve that problem.
In the meantime, we are giving our people'
another 138 chances at contracting the dis-
ease. Think what 138 carriers of AIDS can do


to our nation? If we didn't already have more
than enough AIDS, this "seed" of 138 carriers
would number in the thousands in less than
10 years. Since we already have more people
with the disease than we can properly care for,
it only compounds our problem.
The other day, we read where:the center for
contagious disease control in Atlanta, Georgia,
is in possession of the last smallpox virus. It
was once the "AIDS" of the world, causing mil-
lions of people to die. The Atlanta group was
agonizing over whether or not it should destroy
the last smallpox virus known to be on earth.
Annihilate it. Erase smallppx from the earth
once and forever.
Scientists and doctors have waited for this
:moment for the past 2,000 years. Smallpox has
been with us for at least that long; maybe long-
er. The vaccine was first discovered for this dis-
ease way back about 1748 and the disease has
just now been eradicated. That's a long time.


There is no vaccine, yet, for AIDS. Given the
length of time it took to do away with smallpox,
how long can we expect to fight AIDS before it
is a disease no more even after the vaccine
is discovered?
The future isn't very bright for the world in
its dealing with AIDS. We can see nothing but
centuries of combat with the disease, consid-
ering the way in which it is spread.
So, what do we do? We just compound the
number of carriers with a few more to cause it
to spread even faster. With the United States
turning over every stone to find a cure,for this
dreaded disease,.we are encouraging its growth
by allowing at least 138 more carriers into the
country which we could very easily keep out.
And to think, just a few weeks ago, the
school ,system advised parents with children
who had contracted chicken pox to keep their
children at home. And chicken pox isn't even a
deadly disease.
Let's be consistent. ...


iHunker Down, with Kes I


It All Comes Out


In the Wash...


SByKesleyColbert
I The only thing Il.know about
'washing machines is when I get
close to 'em bad things tend to
happen. I struggledearly in life to
overcome this "Whirlpool Mania",
but to no avail. It started with
that old wringer washer Mother,
had-she'd get me to turn the
crank as she "fed" the clothes
through the rollers. Listen, a lot
of those pants didn't want to go
through that thing! The metal
buttons on the Levi's would hang
up every time. And if the snap on
the overalls got turned side-
ways-well, you didn't have a
chance. And when we got to one
of Mother's: light-weight cotton
dresses that would go through
fairly easily, you'd think I'd get a
break. Wrong! That dress
wouldn't come straight out. It
%rould cling to the top roller and
Wrap itself around about four or
five times. Then you were stuck.
Mom would have to stop every-
thing and back it back out. Moth-
er never fussed much, but she
would give me that exasperated


look. I knew what she was think-
ing; "Lord, this boy ain't going to
be much account when it comes
to heavy machinery."
I'd stand in that chair for
hours turning, that old' wooden",
handle,. I believe I was too.young
for that Job and I thought a: time
or two about contacting those
child labor law people. Then, I re-
membered it was 1958 in the
back yard of my house. Didn't no-
body have any Jurisdiction there
except my Father!
I kept my mouth shut and'
cranked.
You can imagine my feelings
when we gotan'electric, do-it-all.
inside the house, real, sure nuff
,washing machine. Mother seemed
to like it, too. 'Course,' I have a
bad memory of that one....
It broke down after five or six
years of washing about four loads
a day. Now, this was years before
Maytag thought of hiring a guy to
hang around just waiting for a
washing machine to go bad. Dad-
dy scooted it out from the wall
and crawled in; there behind it.
My Dad drove a truck for a living.,
He didn't have a clue about wash-
ing machines! But he had an obli-
gatiori; it was his house-I under-
stand that now, I certainly'didn't
then. I'm on top of him. .


"What's wrong with it, Dad?"
"I don't know,. son, move
back."
"Let me look, maybe I can-"
"Son, get out of the way."
"Daddy; what do all of those'
hoses do?" ; "'
"Kesley, get ut of my !"..
"Daddy, maybe it's that big-"'
"Son, if you don't move back
I'm going to whip you!"
'You'd have to catch" me
first-"
See why I don't like washing
machines? He wasn't going to
whip me. He was tired. He was
looking at the back of a washing.
machine for the first time in his
.life. He didn't know where the
hoses went, either. And he wasn't,
going to figure it put with my
head stuck between'him and the
machine. He didn't know anybody
.he could call for help, and you
can bet he was getting pretty Irri-
tated by now....still, he wasn't,
really threatening to whip me, he
just wanted me out .of the way. I
understand all of that, NOW. Can
you believe I'd pick that moment.
to show off my smart mouth....
He' caught me going out the
back steps. I'd never seen a
grown man come out behind a'
washing machine so fast He
(See KESLEY on Page 3)


m Nou OrdinaryGuitaLo Country music


I SELDOM, IF ever, listen to
country music. Neither am I a
particular fan of country music.
It's not that I don't like country
music, but my musical tastes
lean more to light classical: Irving
Berlin, Debussy, mid '40's type
such as "Stardust", music from
the show, "Oklahoma", "Claire de
Lune" and fare such as that.
I have a fine time listening to
the music broadcast over WKGC,
the Gulf Coast College station.
The, music it broadcasts during
the morning and late afternoon
hours are my kind of music. They
are nothing near country music.
Some people' won't listen to
anything else. It's not music to
them unless Conway Twitty, Ear-
nest Tubb, George Jones, Willie'
Nelson or some other such artist
sings it to them. I can do without
Conway, Earnest, George or Willie
and never miss them. Or, I can
listen to them for a short while.
As a steady diet, however, my
music tastes lean more toward


ences, .earlier. Now, I'm going to
tell you We had aisle seats in the
fifth row at the Opry. We were
right in front' of -the stage and
spent the shortest three hours I
have ever spent. It was a fine
show. The only names I recog-,
nized were -Porter :Wagoner and'
Grandpa Jones, but both of us
had a great time.


Horowitz than Brooks.

SO, IT IS WITH this in mind
that I tell you about a trip Fren-
chice and I took to Nashville, Ten-
nessee last week end. The trip
was given to us by our children,
as a Christmas present and we
have just gotten around to taking
it. But, I'm not shy about telling
you, I had some second thoughts
about going, since I'm not all that
fond of country music. Nashville
is aptly known as the "Country
Music Capital of the United
States!' You can't escape it. Mu-
sic is everywhere.
We went and we thor-


oughly enjoyed it. Frenchie told
one of the kids that it "was the
nicest gift you could have given
us." We had the trip, tickets to
the "Grand Ole Opry", to "Opry-
land, USA" and a sightseeing tour
of Nashville, all in one package.
But we enlarged on that and
took side trips to visit the Conser-
vatory in. the Opryland Hotel,
General "Stonewall" Jackson's
home, The Hermitage, and would
have taken a dinner cruise Satur-
day night, if'there had not been a
mix-up in our transportation ar-
rangements.
I gave you my music prefer-


NASHVILLE IS A beautiful
city with a rich history which ex-
tends back prior to the Civil War.
Historical sights we saw were: the
oldest church in the city, the
100-year-old buildings along Sec-
ond Avenue, Printer's Alley, Cen-
tennial Park, with its full size rep-
lica of the Parthenon, Music Row
and many other sights;
bricThe oldest church was a large
brick building and its congrega-
tion was Presbyterian. There were
holes in the bricks and mortar,
where they had been hit by mus-
ket balls in the. fighting during
the war.


The ladies of Nashville are re-
sponsible for us seeing this
church building and most of the
downtown area. They badgered
the men of the city to the point
where they protected the historic
area by strict zoning. laws which
makes it illegal to change the fa-
cade of the buildings in any man-
ner. The Civil War veterans, want-
ed the old church building for a
veterans home, but the ladies
were successful in "saving" it for
the historical and spiritual values:
of its past.
'It's still a church.
The Opry isn't held in down-
town Nashville at the 100-year-
old Ryman Auditorium anymore.
The auditorium was originally a-
mission/church, but today it's an
interesting stop on the sight-
seeing tour. The Opry is now held
at a new theatre in Opryland.

OPRYLAND IS AN entertain-
ing spot to visit. It's easier to get
around in and has more enter- .


tainment for children than Walt
Disney World.
SI hate to admit anybody has
anything better than Florida,' but
it's the. truth. It's. a much more
relaxed, atmosphere than' Walt
Disney World. The people are ea-
ger for' you to have a good time
and bend over backward to see
that you do..
There is plenty to entertain
adults-concerts, shows, rides,"
shops, restaurants, .and the usu-
al theme park fare. But, every-
thing they had for adults to enjoy,
they had in miniature size for the
kids to experience;- everything
from a roller-coaster to a puppet
show.
I am planning on going back,
soon, if it's only to enjoy that din-
ner cruise I missed this time. But
first, I'm going to wait and see if
our children give usyanother trip
this Christmas. We were on a
tour with a couple from Colorado
whose children had even paid
their air fare to Nashville. Wasn't
that nice of them?


St. Joseph Bay
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SJuly 10 7:03 p.m.H 0.9 8:08 p.m. L 0.6
July11 6:12a.m. H 1.1 5:37 p.m. L 0.5
'July 12 6:24 a.m. H 1.2 5:21 p.m. L 0.3
July 13 6:45 a.m. H 1.4 5:39 p.m. L 0.2
July 14 7:21 a.m. H 1.6 6:12 p.m. L 0.0
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The Walking Machine
About three weeks ago; my wife asked me-to buy her a walking
machine. At the time I thought it was a good idea. It is one of those
fancy kinds that shows you. how fast you are walking, how many
S calories you're, burning, and-if you clip a little gadget on your ear
lobe-it will tell you your pulse rate. It also has a timer on it so you
can tell how long it takes you to walk a certain distance, and you
can vary the rate you walk by turning a little knob.
Like I said, I thought it was a good idea at the time, so I bought
it.
Deep down, though, I knew I was making a mistake; just like I
knew when I bought that boat. Just like I almost did when I almost
bought that pool table. And just like I almost did when I almost had
that swimming pool installed In our back yard.
My first Inkling of having made a mistake was about halfway
home from where I bought it. I began to wonder why the person I
bought it from was so glad to "give" it to us, "just to get it out of the
way." Oh, yes, she told us she had a bad hip. That was it. That s
why she wanted to get rid of it She does, too. I know because she is
my sister, but I haven't :noticed her limping one time since my
:check cleared. As a matter of fact, thinking back, I think I saw her
Jumping up and down when we backed out of her driveway with the
machine in the back of my truck.
Well, I thought it was a bargain at the time and certainly some-
thing we just couldn't do without You know, what is one' who loves
exercise to do on these rainy Florida days when one can't get out
and get the proper exercise one needs? You buy 'a walking machine
like I didl "
Needless to say, the whole family was tickled pink. Everyone,
wanted.to walk on the walking machine and everyone wanted to be
first. I decided to wait until I could take my time to walk a couple of
miles In the comfort of our air-conditioned den. When I was alone, I
reasoned, I could walk as far and as fast as I wanted to and no one
would bother me.
It's been, three weeks and I've walked on it one time for 1 1/2
Smiles and I will never set foot on it again... '
Have you ever walked on one of those things? If you haven't,
please feel free to come by the house and try ours. No, I don'twant
to sell it I want it to sit in our den so I can look at It each day and
realize what a fool I was to buy such a contraption. And I'm not
blaming my sister; if it hadn't been her, I would have bought it from
someone else. At least I kept the money in the family.
But back to the walking on the walking machine. I have never
been so bored in my life as I was the day I walked on the machine.
There was no change of scenery, no cool or warm breeze, no one to
speak to as I walked, and there certainly was no fresh air or smell
of the' outdoors. And another thing I don't like about it Is you can't
* swing your arms while walking on the darned thing. If you turn
loose of the grips you are liable to fall off.
How many more mistakes will I make ri my life? God only
knows



Insurance om Page I


than damage or loss by fire. named the "George G. Tapper Me-
BRIDGEIDEDICATION moral Bridge" in honor of the en-
Tamara Laine, Chamber of trepreneur, who was so important
Commerce executive, told the in securing financing and approv-
Commission the new Highland al by. theOT and Federal Gov-
View "Bridge" would b' oe _afi lY ere e-m- thoe replace the old 58C-
S dedicated an ad nduly-2- ea bascule type draw
at 5:00 p.m. ,,, .. ... bridge.-
The bridge will be officially A public ceremony Is being
planned for the event, which will
S -;be held at the south end of the
bridge. Laine asked for, and re-
O S | "71 ceived, City assistance with the
". e y ceremony, including chairs, ice
and support in other matters in-
(From Page 2) volved with the program.
Jerked off his extra-wide and real- The Chamber and the Port
ly thick truck driver's belt with Authority are planning the affair.
the rough edges and he put me which will feature state DOT offi-
through the wringer!! It was the clals. possibly including a visit by
most senseless whipping I ever the Governor.
got. To this day, I still blame it on OTHER ACTION
the washing machine. In other actions, the Commis-
,I bought Cathy a inachine sion decided to meet for their pre-
years ago and got the heck out of budget planning session Tuesday,
the Way. She came In a while to begin deciding on what to in-
back,. "Kes,- there's something elude in the new financial plan
wrong with the washing ma- for the next fiscal year.
'chine." One of the main Items for
"Call Garny Caddis." consideration is the solid waste
"Honey, don't you want to and recycling program, which has
come and take a-" been an expensive operation for
"CallGarryGaddis." the past year." Commissioner
I saw Gad-eye make'an unbe- Charles Tharpe said, "Recycling is
lievable play in a football game here and Is here to stay. We prob-
drie. ,'He caught a much Taster ably will be called on to do even
runner from behind and pulled, more in the next couple of years."
* him down. Saved a touchdown I ,Just how much the City will
can close my eyes now and see attempt to do now, will be the
:Gad-eye hawking that guy down. main item up for consideration as
What a great effort the Commission starts its budget.
I think he nut a new timnr nr planning.


something on the, machine. He
fixed it. A couple of days later,
Cathy comes in. "Kes, there's still
something wrong with the ma-
chine., It's making a different kind
of noise."
"Call Carry Gaddis."
Gad-eye came back over on a
holiday, put the machine through
all kinds of tests, and could find
- nothing. wrong. 'The new timer
may cycle a little differently, :but
there is nothing wrong with- this
machine. ..
As he headed out to his
'truck, I, again, saw.him streaking
down that far sideline; what a
Carry' didn't charge me any-.
thing or even seem to mind, com-
ing back to look at a machine
he'd already fixed. He sent a
knowing loo toward Cathy,
waved good-bye to me and was on
his way..
What a nice guy to take com-
ing back ,the second : time in,
stride. And then it dawned on mel
He understands Cathyl He's got a
wife that hears strange noises
that may or may not e, there. His
wife is also a near 'bout expert on
whatever he is trying to fix.:His
wife can talk faster than a speed-
ing bullet, leap tall washing ma-
chines in a single bound... .
I think she and Cathy have
both spent too much time in the'
spin cycle.
Respectfully,
Kesley


Bids
---From Page1
in White City and the building
pressure on the source of water.
along with the growing number of


If You Don't Furnish
Bail; They're Jailed


For $10 you can have your
favorite person thrown in the
slammer. That's right, thrown in
Jail at the American Cancer Socie-
ty's Jail and Ball at Badcock Fur-:
niture on July 20.
Participation is completely
voluntary. Willing participants


DIANA (The Joker) SEALEY


will be picked up at their home or'
once by a real off-duty police offi-
cer and hauled off to the Jail.
While behind bars, prisoners will
be phoning friends and relatives
to raise ball for the fight against
cancer.
All profits from Jail and Baill


will go toward funding research,
lifesaving education programs,
and patent services to Gulf
County Cancer patients.
Interested in having someone
arrested'? Like to turn yourself
in? Call 227-1744 (days) or 229-
6604 (nights) to schedule a time


o Beach Plcem a Attacked
.v. ,.A l. ':" .? J<.eJ i^J U. "l ',l ". c l'. -n o ,. ,


Thecliche currently sweeping'
the nation of "kill a cop," nearly
sounded too realistic to Mexico
Beach policeman, Allen Duke,
Monday night, when he attempt-
ed to stop a car containing three
men for a traffic infraction.
At about midnight, officer
Duke flagged the car to stop, but
instead. it speeded up, leading
Duke on a chase into the Tyndall
reservation for approximately two
miles, where they pulled over and
stopped. As a matter of routine,
officer Duke radioed the car tag
number to headquarters before
he attempted to get out of his car.
S The three men weren't so
Cautious. They Immediately
Jumped out of their car and then
scurried back to the police cruls-

Pilot Makes An -
Emergency Landing
David Gutzman, pilot of a
twin engine Aztec airplane,
credited Costin Airport, south
of Port St. Joe, with saving his
life Wednesday morning.
According to Leonard Co-
stin, owner of the airport, Gutz-
man, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, was
flying over the Gulf of Mexico
Wednesday morning, just off-
shore from Port St. Joe, when
an engine quit and the other
engine started skipping.
A frantic call for help over
his radio, resulted in Tyndall
Air Force Base air controllers
guiding him to the nearest
landing spot, which happened
to be the Costin Airport.
Gutzman brought the plane
in, literally, on a wing and a
prayer. He credited the loca-
tion of the airport with saving
his life.
His journey was interrupted
as he 'made repairs to his plane
Wednesday.


septic tanks, has. prompted the:
installation of the central water
system.
A grant and loan combination
-will pay for the new system. The
State of Florida and the Federal
Government provided grants to-
taling $5606,00., leaving White
City only $200,000 of a financial
package to re-pay. Farmer's
Home Administration furnished
the loan to complete the financing
needed for the project.


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er and attempted to get Duke out
of the car. Immediately the officer
tried to radio for aid, but before
he could finish his message, the
three men got the car door opeA'
and started hitting Duke and
dragging him from the car.
WENT AFTER GUN
Duke's gun seemed to be the
target of the men, but the officer
was successful in maintaining
possession. Chief Jeff Sellers of
the Mexico Beach Police Depart-
ment said, "If they had been suc-
cessful in getting the gun. officer
Duke would probably be a dead
cop today. ,'
The men beat Duke about the
shoulders and head, causing
many cuts and bruises. He was
knocked down and kicked almost
to unconsciousness before. the
three men finally left him on the
ground'and sped offil in their car.
Shortly, after the men had left
the scene,' a passing "motorist
stopped and assisted Duke, only


moments before the. help arrived
which Duke had summoned be,-
fore his call was Interrupted. Po-
lice from Mexico Beach, Port StL
, Joe, Gulf County,. Bay County
and Tyndall Air Force Base con-
verged on the site to answer the
abbreviated distress call.

Channel 13 to
Broadcast Here
Panama City television sta-.
tion, Channel 13. will be broad-
casting their afternoon news pro-
gramin from Port St. Joe, Monday,'.
July 12. according to station offi-
cials. .' '.
The news broadcast will be'
beamed from Centennial Park,
between Allen Memorial Way and
'Gautier Memorial Way, near the
Centennial Monument, beginning
at 6:00 p.m., EDT.
Part of the news cast will fea-


ture Pot St. Joe, the city and its
people in a special series -of
broadcasts highlighting area cit-
les in the station's viewing area in
a special series. People of the
area are Invited to be present at
Sthe news telecast and see how it's
done.
The program will be broad-
cast live and will- feature televi-
sion news personalities.

DENTAL ASSISTANT
Gulf Correctional Institution
Is seeking a full-time posi-
tion for a dental assistant (clos-
ing date 7121/94). .Interested
applicants should submit. a
state of Florida Employment Ap-
plication to:
Department of Corrections
Gulf Correctional Institution
P.O. Box 10
Wewahitchka, FL 32456 .
The State ol'f Florida Is an equal opportunlry
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' Reading Around the World"

At Local Library Tuesday


Taylor Nicole Huggins
It's A Girl!
Taylor Nicole Huggins,
daughter of Michael and Michelle
Huggins, was born on June 4 at
Bay Medical Center weighing in
at 5 lbs., 13 1/2 ozs.
Maternal grandparents are
Barbara and Von Morris of Apa-
lachicola. The paternal grand-
mothers are Myrtle Bishop of Port
St. Joe and Margery Soggs of Mel-
bourne.





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S Saiantha Diane Nicodemus
It's A Girl!
Nic and Tina Nicodemus are
proud to announce the birth of
their daughter, Samantha Diane,
born June 13 atTyn'dall Air Force
Base. She weighed six pounds,
ten ounces and was 20 3/4 inch-
es long.
She is the. granddaughter of
Ella Parson of St. Joe Beach and
S'.Cletus and Dora Nicodemus of
Salem, Ohio.
She is the great-
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Ayers of Mexico Beach; Mr.
and Mrs. Glenn Nicodemus, and
Mr. and Mrs: Glenn Whited of Co-
lumbus, Ohio.
Forum Meeting
The first meeting of the Gulf
.County Interracial Forum was
- held Monday, June 21, in the
meeting room of the Gulf County
Library. The Forum is not a politi-
cal or activist organization. The
forum is a gathering of concerned
individuals interested in im-
proved understanding and com-
munication between all segments
o..of our community.. It is a place to
share your thoughts in a, noii-
confrontational setting, and to lis-
ten to what others think and feel.
The gathering has no formal lead-
ership. Everyone has the opportd-
nity to participate. All those who
attended the first meeting felt the
discussion worthwhile and indi-
cated that they would like. to see
-it continue, -
} The next meeting is sched-
uled for July 26, the last Monday
in July, at 7:30 p.m.,in the Gulf
County, Library Meeting Room.
The Topic will be: "Strategies to
Increase Parental and Student
Participation in the Schools." This
will be a more focused continua-
tion of the first discussion, Fu-
ture meetings will deal with a
wide range of issues suggested by
the participants. The .meetings
are open to the public. Anyone In-'
terested is encouraged to attend.

Single's Dance
The* Blountstown Single's4
Club is sponsoring a dance on
Friday, July 9, from 7:30-i11:30
p.m. at the W. T. Neal Civic Cen-
ter on Hwy. 69, North Blount-
stown. Music will be by the Mor-
ris Brother's Country Gold.
Married couples are also wel-
come. For more information, call
E. Barker at (904) 674-5809." '


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Sheral Bryant of Wewadhiich-
ka announces the engagement
and forthcoming marriage of her
daughter, Christa Lynn Pate, to
Jed Grayson Campbell, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Campbell
of Port St. Joe. Miss Pate is also
the daughter of the late Wesley A.
Pate.
Miss Pate is a graduate of
Florida State University and cur-
rently obtaining a Master's degree


Mr. and Mrs. Allen McCulley
are announcing the forthcoming


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In psychology. Campbe,ll is a
graduate of the University of West
Florida and currently employed
by the Environmental .Protection
Agency in the field of microbiolo-
gy.
The wedding will be held at 6
p.m. on July 31 at the First Unit-
ed Methodist Church of Port St.*
Joe. A reception will fdll follw at the;,
Blue Tee,-St. Joseph. Bay Country.:
Club. All friefids and relatives gre,
invited toattend. v.


marriage of their daughter, Chris-
tie McCulley, to Johnny Maestri,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy
Maestri.
The wedding is planned for
July23 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Jo-
seph Catholic Church. Reception
will follow in the church hall. All
friends and family are in-ited to
attend.


Jack McKnight
Has Birthday
John Barry "Jack' McKnight
recently turned one. He is the so,n
of Barry and Deborah McKnight
of Auburn. Alabama.
He is the grandson of Bob
and Marilyn McKnight of Jack-
sonville. and the great-grandsop
of Lucille J. McKnight of -Port S .
Joe.


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Saturday
9 00-4:00


"Join the Library CREW-
Children Reading EveryWhere" is -
the 'message staff members from
the Northwest Regional System's
CREW project have been sending


Artists May

Exhibit at
Nature's

Gallery

The Friends of St. Andrews
State Park and the Visual Arts
Center of Northwest Florida will
host Nature's Gallery, a-joint art
exhibition and benefit sale Satur-
day, September 11, on the
grounds of the park. Artists inter-
ested in entering their works may
pick up a prospectus/entry form
at St. Andrews state Recreatipn
Area or the Visual Arts Center in
Panama City.
According to organizers of the
event, the show is a "celebration
of art and the environment." Na-
ture's Gallery is open to all artists
workingg in two-dimensional medi-
ums, including oil, watercolor,
tempera, casein, acrylic, ink, pas-
tel, pencil gouache, mixed media,
and photography. All works must
be representative of the land-
scape, fibra, fauna, architecture,
or historical value of one of Flori-
da's State Parks.
The r judges are' artists Dean
Mitchell and Paul Brent. They are
nationally and internationally
known and have received a host
of awards for their individual
works at home, and abroad. All
entries will be juried from 35mm
transparencies. For, a non-
refundable fee of $15, each artist
may submit slides of as many as
four works.

Youth Service
At Thompson
The Thompson Temple Youth
Department will be having a spe-
cial service on Sunday, July 11 at
11:30 a.m. Guest speaker will be
Reverend Carl Bailey of the New
Bethel Baptist Church. Everyone
is cordially invited to attend.


'.out this year in an effort to pro-
mote reading.
During the school year, story-
telling programs were presented
to encourage children to read and
visit their local public library.
Children are encouraged to be-
come CREW members by getting
their own library card.
The CREW project also allows
CREW staff to provide .storytelling
programs for branch libraries
throughout the; summer., Elaine
Everett, CREW coordinator, pre-
sented the story time for the Port
St. Joe Library Tuesday, June. 29.
On Tuesday, July 13, the
Lynn Haven Public Library will
present the summer, program at
the Port St. Joe Library. The
theme for this program will be
"Reading, Around the World." The
program for five, to twelve year
olds is free and will start at 2:30


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1993 PAGE 5A


Kiwanians Urged to Help Eradicate


Disease In Pre-School Children


The Port St. Joe Kiwanis ClubI Kiwanis Club's role in the pro-
learned Tuesday, that Florida Kli- gam was.
wanians have adopted a program Dr. Benton said, "Children
to urge immunizations for chil-." Dr. Benton said, "Children
dren under two years of age. Dr. 'are required to have certain inoc-
John Benton, of the Panama City 'ulations before they enter school
Club, and former Gulf County 'but the medical community has
Health Officer, is heading up the seen 'children who have contract-
program for the Kiwanians. '. ed the diseases between the ages
Dr. Benton was present at of two and four." He.said the epi-
Tuesday's meeting of the Port St.. demics of measles "should not be
Joe club and explained the pur-, and will not be after this program
pose, method and diseases target- has progressed far enough." He
ed for inoculation arid what the explained the program was inau-


gurated less than a year ago.
Primarily the Kiwanis Club is
targeting diphtheria, whooping
cough and tetanus; encouraging
other vaccinations where certain
conditions phow a need. One of
the special inoculations is .for po-
lio.
The speaker pointed out that
young children can get these in-
oculations at their county health
departments at no charge. 'You


can also receive them from your
private physician, but there will
be a charge there."
Dr. Benton urged the Kiwanis
Club to become active with this
project and help to stamp out
some of the more common, and
potentially highly dangerous, dis-
eases.
Guests of the club were N. B.
Miller, I, B. Day and GCurtis Al-
len, all of the Panama City'club.


Theresa Whitfleld. 3rd Row: Lee
Ann Motley, Melanie Williams, Tra-
cy Fitzgerald, Crystal Watkins,
Courtney Williams, Karri Moyer,
Shawn Moyer, Pat Strayer. Back
Row: Erma Croom, Tracy Watkins,
Tammy Canington, "Mrs. Bunny",
"Mrs. Denise", Irene Burkett Not
Shown: Julie Marsh, Karetta Mon-
ette, Daphne Crosby


Letters
to the Editor
The Star will only print letters
which have been signed by the
writer. Signatures may be with-
held from print if wished. The
Star will not. print any letters
which are considered libelous or
containing unbecoming language.


Need Manufacturing Firms


I was certainly 'pleased to
read your article about a manu-,
facturing plant moving into. Gulf
County;
I With this plant and another
possible plant coming .could
mean a great deal to. the unem-
ployed and unskilled labor force
In Gulf County. .
I have every confidence in the
Gulf and City Councils, if given
some incentive to go after some
more of these manufacturers that
are taking their plants to Mexico
,and elsewhere, to bring their
plants to Gulf County.
We could be a very great con-
tributer to the 'tax burden we
S have in Gulf County,.
So, let's get behind Mr. Tray-
lor, Mr. NaUons, Mr. Pate, and
Tamara Laine to help bring In a
;-- r-i-,eqv ^ .;1' -* ': "


* Isn't It Great!
Isn't It Nifty!
,Good Ole Bobl'
: Is Turning :
OggM 8


lot more industry to GUilf County..
There are thousands of acres
of privately owned property that
could be purchased if the owners
of this acreage were a little inter-
ested in Gulf County growth.
If we were to get 20 .to 30
manufacturers to build in Gulf '
County. we would be a thriving-
county indeed.
So. let's give our elected peo-
ple a real hard shove to get better
things to come to Gulf County.
Myron Bliss
Gulf County Resident

Still at PSJHS
Dear Mr. Ramsey,
John Rain-
* 'water'will be teaching and coach-`
ing at Port St. Joe High School in
the 1993-94 school year. I was of-
fered a Job in Bay county, but I
do not want to move. This is my
home, and Port St. Joe is where B
truly believe : that God has
brought me. God' has a purpose
for me, and I believe that is to
. teach and coach in Port St. Joe. I
would like to thank all those peo-
ple who have, always stood behind:
me and supported me.
Thank you,
John Rainwater

State-Record
Flathead Catfish
Benjamin H. Miles of Cotton-
dale has set a new Florida record
by catching a 33.56-pound flat-
head catfish from the Apalachico-
]a River in Jackson County.
Miles landed the flathead
about 2:30 p.m. on May, 24 using
a live bream as bait. The flathead
measured 37.25 inches long aAid
had a girth of 28 inches.


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Six residents from Bay St. Jo-,
seph Care Center competed in the
Dist. 10 Activities Coordinator's
Nursing Home Olympics in Talla-
hassee recently.


There were over 150 partici-
pants. Competition was swift, but
these ladies came away with a to-
tal of six first-place' ribbons, five
second-place ribbons, and three
third-place slots.


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The Port St. Joe High School
Band ,is proud to announce the
selection of Tres .Long to-FSU's
MOTIF (Musicians OT The Imme-
diate Future) program. This pro-
gram, headed by Professor
Charles Delaney, is offered to
promising young musicians who
are in the 11th or 12th grades
and who exhibit, through their
accomplishments aind'ian:.udi-


TRES LONG

911 Committee
Meets July 14
The Gulf County 911 Com-
,mittee will meet on July. 14 at 8
p.m. EDT in the County Commis-
sioner's Meeting Room at the Gulf
County Courthouse. All commit-
tee -members and the general
public are invited to attend.

Car Wash
The. First United Methodist
Church Youth will be having a
Car Cleaning-inside and out--on
July 10 from 10-Noon at the First
Union Bank Park.


tion process, the interest and
ability to, achieve more through
training with FSU faculty mem-
bers and other teachers In the
field of music.
The students selected will at-,
tend one three-hour session per
week, free of charge, at FSU be-
ginning in September and contin-
ulng until mid-April of 1994.
Tres is the Band of Gold's up-
- -coming Drum Major this year and -
has -attended many honor. bands
over the years while he!s been in
the .'public school musical pro-
gram. FSU's offering these young
students the chance to study
with college professors is a great
opportunity for the students cho-
sen to participate.
e Ires was selected for this pro-
gram after being recommended
by his band director., Robin
Downs. Congratulations to an
outstanding Gulf County musi-
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D ,,7rdessPaIforSpeialNe ds9Ptint


Agencies epare for H urcane Season


Do you have a spouse or par-
ent who has recently suffered a
stroke or illness that is self-
sufficient but now requires a
wheelchair? Do you have a child
or spouse that is a diabetic or has
a condition that requires special
medication and/diet? Do you
have a relative or friend that is a
Dialysis patient that requires reg-
ular treatment, 6ra neighbor that
livess alone and has no means of
transportation? Is there a female
in your family expecting a baby?
All of these people lead fairly nor-
mal lives, though some may have
minor restrictions, but they all
have one thing in common-in a
hurricane situation, they all be-
come special need patients.
SHeretofore, special needs patients
were considered to be those In a
hospital or nursing home. Hurri-
cane Andrew changed all that
Recently, a luncheon was
held at Gulf Pines Hospital for

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representatives of Health Service
Agencies to discuss the needs
and resources of Gulf County if a
hurricane should head our way.
The luncheon/workshop was
moderated by Larry Wells, Emer-
gency Manager, and was attended
by representatives of various
agencies. In addition to the hospi-
tal and nursing home, other
agencies represented were the
public health unit, 3 home health
agencies, EMS and coordinated
transportation, and a private
multi-resident facility (Liberty
Manor). The hospital social work-
er was also in attendance.
A letter from Nathan Peters,
Jr., Chairman of the Board of
County Commissioners, was read
to the group .by Larry Wells. The
letter appealed to all present to
strive for the highest level of read-
iness for their patients/clients.
and thanked them for their con-
cern to be Involved on behalf of


the citizens of Gulf County.
Jo Anne Wilson. Special
Needs Coordinator for GLilf
Cotinty Emergency Management,
gave a 'synopsis on the Governor's
Hurricane conference held ix.'
Tampa in May. Conveyed to the
agency representatives was the
fact that the magnitude of the"
situation occurring with a hurri-
cane the severity of Andrew (Cate-


gory 4) is such th
son (i.e., Emergen
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iat no one per- neighbor that needs assistance.
cy Manager) or Wilson went on to say the
ital or nursing agencies have an advantage (ex-
onsible for the cept those that deal with trans-
ing of everyone. portatUon) in that their patients
facility patient, are identified. What was also
ents, or private stressed at the conference is the
st be a coordi- fact that those who are not identi-
very citizen to fled until the crisis occurs are the
y for himself snags in the system when it
d in turn help a comes to evacuation, sheltering,
and recovery.
a r wo All agencies were asked to
a ~ work with their patient/clients
and their families, to help them
take responsibility for their own
preparation, evacuation. shelter,
and recovery. They were also
asked to appeal to families,
church and civic organizations
S ...-*-." .."," they might be Involved with-to
Q "not only get themselves prepared,
Jbut to help another that might
need assistance.
dialing and ac- A challenge is ahead of us.
)me and every- Help is needed to identify poten-
vice js provided; tial special needs patients and
he same high- help them with .their preparations
when traveling; for this hurricane season. For
om the cellular further information how church
comprehensive or civic organizations can help in
the identification and preparation
process, please call the office of
ersified interna- Emergency Management at 227-
nicatlon cpmpad 1735 or Jo Anne Wilson. Special
ion in 1992 rev- Needs Coordinator at 227-1121.
ited States' only Dr. William Gray. the fore-
ptic network. In most authority on hurricane pre-
ular operations, dictions, has predicted 2 storms
provide global the magnitude of Andrew or
ce, data, :and greater this year. One could be
d services, plus headed our way. Will you. be
service to nearly ready?
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J. Y. Wimberly recently retired from St. Joe Forest Products
after 42 years of service to the local paper products mill. His
career spanned the years between June 17. 1951. and June 30.
1993. He is shown on left, receiving his retirement papers from Bill
Riley. Supervisor of the power plant.

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Patrick Freeman
Patrick S. (Rick) Freeman. 20,
of Port St. Joe died Friday, July
2, 1993, at Bay Medical Center.
He was a lifelong resident of Gulf
County, and was a student at
Gulf Coast Community College.
He is survived by his father. Ar-
thur Freeman of Port SL Joe; sev-
en brothers, Darrel and James
Ward of Panama. City, 'Larry and
Alvin Freeman of Lakeland, Arion
Ward of Port St. Joe, Calvin Free-
man of Dayton, Ohio. and Dexter
Baxter of Miami; and nine sisters,
Yolanda Pittman, Audrey Lowery,
and Valerie Freeman of Panama
City, Kathy Williams of Apalachi-
cola. Sharon Freeman of Tampa.
Debra Gainer and Brenda Gar-
land of Detroit, Michigan. Joyce
Davis of Germany, and Montez
Freeman of Dayton, Ohio.
Funeral services were held at
3 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, July
7, at the Zion. Fair Baptist
Church with Rev. Arion Ward ofm-
clating. Burial followed in the
family plot at Forest Hill Ceme-
tery.
All arrangements were han-
died by Gilmore Funeral Home.


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had been a resident of Lake
Wales for twenty-six years, hav-
ing moved there from Port SL
Joe. He was a native of Many,
Louisiana, born October 24,'
1907. He was a retired railroad
engineer and a member of the-
Mormon faith. Gardening was a
particular interest of his.
Tynes is survived by his wife.
Rena: three daughters, Bobble
Dean Perkins. Carolyn Lucille
Hall, and Nancy Louise Hicks, all
of Lake Wales; six grandchildren;
and nine great-grandchildren.
Services for Tyne were held
on Friday, July 2. at 11:00 a.m.
in the Marion Nelson Funeral
Home Chapel, with Elder Merlin
Bowen officiating. He was in-
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During the six weeks of train-
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Force mission, organization and
customs, and received special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who com-
plete basic training earn credits
toward an associate degree
through the Community College
of the Air Force.
His wife, Cynthia, Is the
daughter of Eddie and Cindy
Summers of Port St. Joe.
Airman Pollock is a 1989
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School.


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Air Force Base in San Antonio,
Texas.
During the six weeks of train-
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Force mission, organization and
customs, and received special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who com-
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toward an associate' degree
through the Community College
of the Air Force.
He is the son of Dannie L.
and Martha J. Gantt of Douglas-
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is the daughter of Jack and Che-
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Despite a major thunder-
storm with drenching rains that
did not end until ninety minutes
before race time, a sizable crowd
was on hand for the Coca Cola
Mid-Season Double-Point Cham-
pionships at Gulf County Speed-
way in Wewahitchka this past
Saturday night. Nearly every race
car that had, run this year on the
fast clay surface checked into the
pits to share in the extra money
purse.
In the 50-lapper for Street
Class race cars points leader
"Captain Jerry" Cutchins of Pana-
:ma City started from the pole po-
sition and was never headed. Al-
though at times he was
challenged by Lenard Rice, "Skip-
per" Powell and David Ashley he
finished' with a comfortable lead
to give himself an almost unbeatt
able lead in the season's point
race.
The Super Street race was
cut short by a serious accident.
Darryl Rudd in the Jerry Pybus
car was' declared the winner
which advance him considerably
form his number two position in
the point standings. The serious
accident' occurred when the rear
- end .of' i Wewahitchka'sl ''Flyin&
Bryan" Brogdon's car exploded in
a shower of sparks and" red-hot
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giveaway is part of a promotion designating the opening of the
newly remodeled addition of the Wewahitchka store. According to
Paul Wolf, manager of the Port St. Joe store, "I've been in the
business for 30 years and I've worked coast to coast, and border to
border, there is no question in my mind, that my customers are
the finest I've ever had the opportunity to serve."


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shaft then 'slammed through-the 'Galbraith ,started ..in the rear by
floor boards of the car and into virtue of having no points. By
Brogdon's thigh. It was necessary 'race's end, he had worked up to
to cut him out of the otherwise fourth. Had the race been longer
undamaged race car. He' was tak- than 50 laps, he may have pro-
en to Bay Medical Center by am- vided Boutwell with some serious
bulance where he was diagnosed competition.
to have a broken femur with seri- : On tap for next Saturday
ous contusions., night is the regularly scheduled
In the Sportsman race, Lynn appearance of the powerful Late
Haven's Buddy Boutwell started Model race machines. These 600
in fourth" position but quickly, horse power race cars will not
took over the lead. Although Wen- only be going for points and
dall Miller in the. "Twister/ purse money but a $1,000 bonus
Chassis Special," Eric Mount in established by local merchants
the "Purple Passion," famous for the fastest qualifier provided
Floyd "Haywire" Nelson and he breaks the track record. The
James Cutchins in the "Screamin' record is currently held by Lynn
Demon" all gave valiant efforts, Haven's Terry Brown at. 21.92
they were unable to close the gap seconds, an average speed of
on Boutwell. Newcomer Curtis 102.645 MPH. ,


Godwin OnUF Dean's List


Mark B. Godwin. a student at
the University of Florida's College
of Architecture,has been awarded
the honor of making the Dean's
List for the 1993 Spring term.
This exceptional honor is
achieved by- maintalning'a grade
point average of 3.7 or better
while carrying a class schedule of
at least twelve credit hours. '
Entrance .criteria and aca-
demic standards for the Universi-
ty of Florida's College of Architec-
ture are some of the highest in.

Information
Available
The following information for
facilities .within Planning district
2 of, Florida (which includes Cal-
houn,. Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf,
Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty,
and Wakulla Counties) is availa-
ble to the public, upon request,
pursuant to Section 34 of the
Emergency Planning and Com-
munity Right-to-Know Act (EP-
CRA), also known as the Super-
Fund Amendments and
Reauthorization Act (SARA) Title
III: Material Safety Data Sheets;
Hazardous Chemical Inventory
Forms; Toxic Chemical Release
Inventory Forms; Emergency Fol-
low Up Notices; and The District
2 Hazardous Materials Emergen-
cy Response Plan .
For information, please con-
tact your Local Emergency Plan-
ning Committee (LEPC),at the Ap-
alachee Regional Planning
council offices, 314 East Central
Avenue, Blountstown, FL 32424.
Phone: (904) 674-4571.


the nation. [Meeting those stan-
dards is an. accomplishment wor-
thy of merit. The ability to perse-
vere and excel at an even higher
standard in such a competitive
environment is remarkable and
demandss additional recognition.
Mark is a native of Port St.
Joe and the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Godwin.


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FREEDOM OF CHOICE
IS YOUR PRIVILEGE.
In this wonderful country of ours all of us are guaranteed
many rights and privileges not enjoyed everywhere. We can
worship whom we please, speak our minds without fear
* and our property cannot be seized without due process of S
law. When we are sick, we can select the particular
physician we prefer. We are not regimented or owned by
the state.
I Another one of your many freedoms is the right to choose
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Blacksox Run


Record to 17-1


The Gulf County Black Sox
ventured outside of their Dixie
Majors baseball league last week
and drubbed American Legion
Post 241, 11-3. The Black Sox
exploded for six runs in the first
inning off George Foran. Josh,
Colbert dominated the American
Legion team retiring the first nine
batters.he faced. Colbert, now 3-
0, went the distance scattering
five hits arid striking out seven.
The Black Sox scored 11 runs
on 10 hits led by Beau Whitfield,
two for five, Bryan Butts, two for
three, and Ryan Yeager's two RBI
double.
Gulf Co. 6200030-11 10,1
Post241 0000,120-3 52
Colbert and Whitfield; Foran, Merritt (5) and,
Yount.
DOUBLEHEADER IN QUINCY
The Blacksox won a double-
header over Gadsden County 4-2
and 9-5 to improve their record to
15-1. In the first game Casey Kel-:
ley scattered eight hits as the
Blacksox won 4-2. Kelley (2-0)
struck out six and walked two in
pitching a complete game. The
Blacksox scored four runs in the
second inning when they


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10 YEAR OLD TOURNAMENT TEAM: Kneeling, from left, Billy Bellinger, Larche Ware, Craig Phillips, Matt
Caswell, Buck Burkett, Philip Hall and Mitch Owens. Standing, from left: Coach Danny Tankersley, Reggie Quinn,
Josh Todd, Jacob Tankersley, Coach Glenn Davis, Chad Goebert, David Patrick, Ben Ashcraft and Coach Steve Owens.

St. Joe Hosting 10 Year Old Tourney


The Port St. Joe Dixie Youth
Baseball organization will' be
hosting the District Four AAA (10
and under) championship tourna-
.ment this coming week at the city
baseball fields located on 10th
Street in Port St. Joe. The event
will be a double elimination tour-
nament with four teams partici-
pating. The winner will advance
to, the state play-offs to be held in
Panama City later this month.
The action is scheduled to
begin at 6:00 p.m. EDT Saturday
with the Port St. Joe All Stars


playing the Callaway All Stars.
Apalachicola and Parker will play
at 9:00 p.m. The winners of Sat-
urday's games will face each oth-
.er at 7:00 p.m. Monday night.
The losers bracket will be played
at 9:00 p.m. Monday.
Representing Port S w Joe will
be Ben Ashcraft, Billy Bellinger,
Buck Burkett, Matt Caswell,
Chad Goebert, Philip Hall, Mitch
Owens, David Patrick, Craig Phil-
lips, Reggie Quinn, Jacob Tanker-
sley, Josh Todd, and Larche
Ware. Coaching this year's team


New Football Coach


Schedules
'Anyone student interested in
playing football and his parents
are invited to, attend a meeting at
the high school Thursday evening
at 7:00 to meet the new football
coach and athletic director,. Fred
Priest.
Priest said that it is his goal
to keep the championship tradi-
tion of the Sharks going strong
and to build on it. 'We intend to
do this in a first class manner


Meeting
with first class people. If anybody
can do this, it is the students at
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School.
The Sharks have a great reputa-
tion in the state of Florida and we
need as many of you as possible
to continue to build on that repu-
tation.
If someone; can not attend
this meeting contact Coach Priest
at the school, 227-1387.


Minor League All-Stars

Eliminated in Tournament


Port St. Joe's AAA minor
league All Star tournament team
participated 'in District tourna-
ment play last week in Panama
City. The local All-Stars lost their
first game to Lynn Haven Blue
16-2, .but recovered the next
night to down Parker 17-1. They
were eliminated last Wednesday
evening with a 7-6 loss to Calla-
way.
ST. JOE 2, LYNN HAVEN 16
In the first game of the tour-
nament the St. Joe All Stars
couldn't generate enough offense,
even though Jason Peak, Isaiah
* Jenkins, Blake Rish, Travis
Wright and Andrew Tuten each
had one hit. Rish went four
innings for St. Joe striking out
ten, before being relieved by Jen-


kins in the fifth.
ST. JOE 17, PARKER 1
Jason Peak started on the
mound for St. Joe and picked up
the win. He was relieved by Adam
Hamm in the third inning. Hamm
also led the hitting attack with
three hits. Travis Wright, Jen-
kins, Rish, and Chris Varnadoe
contributed two hits each. Others
with a hit were Timothy Gainous,
Jason Peak, James Sm'iith and
Prince Jones..
ST. JOE 6, CALLAWAY 7.
In a rain-delay game played
over two days St. Joe couldn't
pull it out against Callaway, los-
ing 7-6. Hitters for St. Joe, were
Hamm and Rish each with two
hits, and Gainous with one hit.


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SERVICE & REPAIRS
Call Ken

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4TC 6-10


will be Glenn Davis, Steve Owens,
and Danny Tankersley.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Volunteers are needed to help
with gate admission and the con-'
cession stand for this tourna-
ment, July 10-15, and for tht
Major League District, 4 All Star
Tournament to be held July 17-
23. Port St. Joe will host both of
these tournaments.
If you wish to, help please
contact Donna Haddock at 229-
6897. If no answer, please leave
message.
Tousignant to
Play Volleyball
for Webber
Webber College head volley
ball coach, Bill Heath, has an-
nounced the signing of Tari-Lynn
Tousignant, a 5'7" hitter from
Port St. Joe. Tari, a 1993 gradu-
ate of Port St. Joe High School,
played four years of volleyball and
helped lead the way her senior
season as Port St. Joe finished
with 9 wins and 5 losses this past
year.
Tari is the daughter of Jean
Tousignant of Port St. Joe. She
will be majoring in Marketing
while attending Webber. Last sea-,
son the Lady Warriors finished
with a 17-10 overall record. Web-
ber College, located in Babson
Park, is a member of the, Florida
Sun Conference and the National
Association ,of Intercollegiate Ath-
letics.


bunched two hits with two walks
and a couple of Gadsden County
errors. Josh Colbert and Adam
Taylor both had two RBI singles.
In the second game the
Blacksox had to struggle early
before rallying for a 9-5 win.
Gadsden County touched starter
Mike Morgan for five runs in the
first three innings. Reliever Tra-
num McLemore (4-0) came on in
relief in the third and slammed
the door on Gadsden. McLemore
struck out eight, walked one and
allowed only two hits.
Taylor was two for two, and
knocked in the winning run with
a sacrifice fly in the sixth inning.
Bryan Butts and Beau Whitfield
both were two for three, with two
RBI's each.
Gulf Co. 0400 0-43 0
, Gadsden 10100-282
Kelley and Whitfield; White ani Bonilla. ,
Gulf Co. 41 000 4-98 1
Gadsden 1 3 1 0 0'0-5 7 4
Morgan. McLemore (3) and Whitfield: Bonflla
and Brown.
GULF COUNTY NOW 17-1
In the noon day heat on Sat-
urday, the Gulf County Blacksox
swept a doubleheader from
Blountstown 1.0-1 and 2-1 to
improve their record to 17-1. Jer-
emy Pridgeon picked up his sixth
win with no losses, as he allowed
only on run and four hits in the
complete game victory. Butts was
the big hitter for the Blacksox as
hel knocked in five runs with two
singles and a fielder's choice.
Adam Taylor and Beau Whitfield
,chipped in two hits in three-at-
bats. ,
The second game was more of
a nail-biter as -the Blacksox had
to rally for a 2-1 victory. McLe-
more (5-0), pitching with only one
day's rest threw a complete game
three-hitter at Blountstown. He
allowed a first inning run on a
walk and a double, but then shut
out the Tigers, striking out six
and walking one.,
Trailing for four innings the
Blacksox got the tying run when
Whitfield walked and Tommy
Gaskin sacrificed him to second.
Butts singled scoring Whitfield. In
the next Inning Colbert walked
and 4was erased on a fielder's
choice by Taylor. With two outs,
Taylor stole second to get in scor-
ing position. Gaskin singled to
score Taylor with the winning
run.
The Blacksox will play a dou-
bleheader at Carrabelle on Thurs-
day night beginning at 6:00 p.m.
EDT.
Blountstown:, 1:0 0 0 0- 14 5
Gulf Co. 44 1 1x-1082
Cory. Dbun (4) and Ramsey; Pridgeon .and
Whitfield.
Blountstown 10000-130
Gulf Co. O400011-250
Kearce and Ramsey; McLemore and Jenkins.


Softball Team
Says Thanks
The Port St. Joe Girls' All-
Star team would like to thank the
organizations which made their
trip to the Niceville Invitational
possible. The coaches, team
members and parents extend
their thanks to AN Railroad, Citi-
zens Federal Savings Bank, Pate's
Service Center, the Big Barn and
Rick Williams for their generous
support during the tournament.

Rifle Club
Meets July 8
The Gulf Rifle Club will hold
a meeting on Thursday, July 8, at
6:30 p.m. All members are invited
to attend. Several important
items need to be discussed and
voted on.


Adam Taylor, Josh Colbert, Beau Whitfield, and Mike Morgan


Four in AAU Games


Foutr Gulf County Blacksox
players have been selected to play
in the Florida Sunshine games
being held in Tallahassee this
weekend. Athletes from all over
Florida will compete in basket-
ball, track, baseball and other
sports.
The four players: shortstop
Adam Taylor; catcher Beau Whit-
field; and outfield/pitchers Josh
Colbert and Mike Morgan will
play'with the Quincy AAU team
representing the Northwest Flori-


da region.
The first game will be played
Thursday morning at 10:00 a.m.
against Suwanee, the. Northeast
Florida representative. The open-
ing day games will be at Dick
Howser stadium, home of the
Florida State Seminoles. On Fri-
day the Quincy team will play at
11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Some
games will be at Tallahassee
Community College and Godby
High School, depending upon
whether the team wins or loses.


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tIiews On

'Dental Health

FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D.

GREATEST CAUSE

OF TOOTH LOSS


Lack of cavities do not nec-_
essarily indicate a healthy
mouth. In fact, you can lose all
your teeth while never having a
cavity. How? From "periodontal
disease" the greatest single
cause of tooth loss in adults!
Periodontal disease is- a
condition involving gums, the tis-
sues around the teeth, and even
the supporting bone in ad-
vanced cases. Some of the
symptoms are loosening. 'of
teeth, or bleeding, red, flabby or
swelling gums.
In most cases, there is little
or no pain at first, making it easy
to convince yourself that there is
nothing really wrong. Be aware


of a passive attitude.'It is esti-
mated that 95% of the popula-
tion has some kind of gum dis-
ease at some time in life, mostly
after age 35.
There are home care regi-
mens to prevent periodontal dis-
ease and dental treatments to
stop it. But there is only one way
to catch the problem. Get treat-
ment in time before serious
damage is done.


Prepared as a public ser-
vice to promote better dental
health. From the office of:
FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D., 319
Williams Ave., Phone 227-1123.


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Future Citizens ....


Samantha Griffin, two years Ashton, five, and Abby,, one,
old, daughter of Manuel Griffin daughters of Tim and Mitzi Ard of
and Sharon Green. Port St. Joe.
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Andria, two, daughter of Mi-
chael and Maxine Latta of Port St.
Joe.


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Travis, 16, Sabrina, 13. Amy,
9, Andrew. 4 and Angela, 2. thil-
--dren of Lavon.& Tammy Caning--
toni.


David Keith Wilson, one
year, son of Patty Wilson and the,
late Keith E. Wilson II.


Zachary, two, and Leah, two
months, children of Tommy and
Melinda Williams of Port St. Joe.


Tayler Chantel Byrd 1 1/2
and Chazten Tre'quis Byrd, two
1/2, children of Rebecca Batson
and Michael Byrd.


Justin, five son of Cecil Matthew, three, and Caitlin,
LyoJ an lShea Lyon s. ec. 6 months, children of Larnyand
.CLand-Sheiindy Rich of Port St. Joe.


Rachel, six, and Zane, four,
children of Sam and Stephanie
Sweazy of Port St. Joe.
O.' .- ,.


Austin, six, son of David and
Carol Horton of 1013 Long Ave.,'
Port St. Joe.


Trevor, 3 1/2, on of Rusty
, and Debbie Burch of Port St. Joe.


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Chapter 373. Florida Statutes, the following appli-
cation(s) for water use permilt'(s) has (have) been re-
ceived by the Northwest Florida Water Manage-
ment District
Application number S04769 filed 6/15/93.
St Joseph's Bay Country Club
P.O Box'993
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Requesting a maximum withdrawal of 259,200
gallons per day. ,
Withdrawal from the Floridian Aquifer for Golf
C. course Irrigation use by an existing and pro-
posed well(s).
gen. ,ocation(s) of Sec 0025 Twp 08S Rng 11W
in GulfCounty.
qr St. Joseph's Bay Country Club.
Application number S04770 filed 6/18/93.
FICO Farms, Inc.
Route 1I, Box.993 '
Wewahitchka, FL 32465
Requesting a maximum withdrawal of
12,880,000 gallons per day.
Withdrawal from the Floridian Aquifer for Agri-
cultural Irrigation use by an existing, and
proposed wellss.
gen. locations) of Sec 0015 Twp 05S PRu 11W
In 'Gulf County;
or Hwy. 386, 8 miles SW of Wewahltchka.,
Interested persons may object to or comment
upon the appllcautn(slor submit a written request
for a copy of the staff reports) containing proposed
agency action regarding the applications) by writ-
ing to the Division of Resource Regulation of the
Northwest Florida Water Management District.
Route 1. Box 3100. Havana. Florida 32333, but
such comments or requests must be received by
5:00 o'clock p.m. on August 5, 1993.
No further public notice will be provided re-
garding this (these) applicationss. Publication of
this notice constitutes constructive notice of this
permit application to all substantially affected per-
sons. A copy of the staff reports) must be request-
ed in order to remain advised of further proceed-
ngs and any public hearing date. Substantially
elected persons are entitled to request an admin-
istrative hearing regarding the proposed agency ac-
tion by submitting a written permit request ac-
cording to the provisions of 40A-1.521, Florida
Administrative Code. Notices of Proposed Agency
fAction will be mailed only to persons who have
filed such requests. ,
Publish: July 8, 1993


NOTICE
The City of Port St. Joe has adopted a Drug-
Free workplace Policy and directs that this policy
be standard operating procedure and usual cus-'
tom of the city.
'The unlawful manufacture, distribution,
dispensing, possession and use of any con-
trblled substance is prohibited in any city of
Port St. Joe workplace, and any employee vio-
lating any, some, or all of these prohibitions
may be immediately discharged from employ-
ment, may be suspended without-pay, or may
face other disciplinary action at the discretion
of the city of Port St. Joe. This being a condi-
tion'of employment, any person accepting, or
continuing employment, agrees to (1) abide by
terms of the statement: and (2) agrees to notify
the city of any criminal drug statute conviction
for a violation occurring in the workplace no
bler hau five (5) days after such conviction."
Publish:July 8, 1993.

NOTICE OF INTENDED ACTION
THE GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Purpose and effect: The "Gulf County
School Board proposes to amend and adopt poli-
cies, as provided for in t;he Administrative Proce-
dures Act, for the purpose of bringing said policies
into compliance with Florida Statutes and State
Board of Education Rules.
SumBmary The following is a brief descrip-
tion of each proposal. change of Chapter 6GX23:
3.443 Pupil Progression Plan'and Promotion.
Economic Impact: These proposals will re-
sult in no direct costs associated with implementa-
tion.
If requested, a hearing will be held at 9 a.m.
.EDT on Tuesday. August 3, in the Board Room,
Gulf county School Board Office, Gulf, County
Courthouse, Hwy. 71, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
The entire text of the proposed rules can be
inspected during regular office hours at the Gulf
County School Board Office, Gulf County Court-
house. Hwy. 71, Port St. Joe, FL.
Special legal authority under which the
adoption is authorized and the law being imple-
mented and interpreted are made specific.
The addition and changes are proposed by
David Bidwell, Director of Instructional Services
and approved for consideration by B. Walter Wild-
er. Superintendent. Amendments:
3.443 Pupil Progression Plan and Promotion.
Publish July 15, 22. 1993.


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customers who find themselves in
a financial crisis. Illness, unem-
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seen hardship can happen to
anyone. A good job is lost, a
spouse gets sick and, suddenly, a
family owes more money than it
has. That's when the Energy
Neighbor Fund can help.
The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens Association distributes the
money from the fund locally;
however, residents need not be
seniors to qualify.
Contributions to the Energy
Neighbor Fund are patched dol-
lar-for-dollar up to $150,000 by
Florida Power shareholder contri-
butions and returned to the com-
munity. The Energy Neighbor
Fund provides emergency assis-
tance to help pay bills for electric-
ity, gas, oil, and firewood.
Eligibility is determined by
the dispersing agency and checks
.are made payable to the energy
supplier.
Residents can make a one-
time donation to the fund by
sending -a check to the Energy
Neighbor Fund along with their
electric bill payment. Or, custom-
ers can sign up to pay a certain
amount each month and that
amount will be shown as a separ-
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Donations are accepted year-
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Watch for Poison Ivy, Oak & Sulnac While Walking


Summer is a great time to en-
joy things like hiking arid camp-
ing. But, before you go tromping
off into the beckoning woods, you
should familiarize yourself with
some of the more common poi-
sonous plants. A little prepara-
tion could save you days of un-
comfortable after-effects resulting
from contact with such noxious
weeds.
Usually, we think of poison-
ous plants as species found only
.in the woods. Actually, they're
everywhere. In this article, I will
describe three common poison-
ous plants-poison ivy, poison
oak, and sumac--and tell you
where you might find them. My
information on poisonous plants
was provided by Extension Urban
Horticulturist Dr. Robert Black,
of the University of Florida's Insti-
tute of Food and Agricultural Sci-
ences.
NoW is a good time to be dis-
cussing poisonous plants, be-
cause the sap of these leafy ene-
mies is most abundant during
the summer. It's usually the sap
which causes the problems. Poi-
sonous plants can be divided Into
two groups; those which cause
skin irritation and those which
cause internal distress and, in
rare cases, even death. -
Many factors influence the
poisonous nature of a particular
kind of plant. The poison may be-
,dispersed throughout a plant, or
4it may be localized in a specific
*plant part, such as the roots, ber-
-ries, or seeds. The amount of pol-
soning in a plant may vary even
:among plants of the same species
,depending on the time of year,
weather conditions, and the soil.


Reactions vary among people, de-
pending on their age, health, and
sensitivity to the poison.
Poison ivy may have a variety
of leaf shapes. But one identifying
feature remains constant-the
leaves always come in ,three's,
with two of them directly opposite
each other. White waxy flowers


United States Coast Guard
Academy is now accepting and
processing applications for ap-
pointment as Cadet, U. S. Coast
Guard, Class of 1998. appoint-
ments as coast guard Cadets are
tendered solely on the basis of an
annual nationwide competition
with no congressional nomina-
tions or geographical quotas. Ap-
plications must be submitted tot
he Director of Admissions prior to
December 15. Candidates must
arrange to participate in either
the College Board Scholastic Apti-
tude Test (SAT) or American Col-
lege Testing Assessment (ACT)
prior to or including the Decem-


may be found on smaller branch-
'es. These sometimes stay on the
plant even after the leaves have
fallen. Poison 'ivy commonly
grows as a vine, climbing into
trees, over fences, and up the
sides of walls. However, in open
fields, poison., ivy may look like a
shrub.


ber 11993 ACT and SAT test ad2
ministrations. '
Appointments', 'as Cadet are
tendered based on the candi-'
date's high school,record, perfor-
mance .on either the SAT or ACT,'
and leadership potential as demni
onstrated by participation in high'
school activities, community af-
fairs, and/or part-time employ-,
ment. Most successful candidates
rank in the top quarter of their
high school:class and have dem-i
onstrated proficiency in both the?
mathematical and applied science-
fields.
Candidates must be unmar-


Many Boaters On


Florida

for July
The Florida Game and
Water Fish Commission we
in full force again patrollin
waterways during the Fou
July holiday. A large num
people were on the water
the holiday weekend, so thi
mission stepped up patr
high-traffic areas-like it d
Ing .Memorial Day-to
boating accidents and fatal;
Eighty people were ki
the state last year in boatin
dents, making Florida theI
in the nation..
Alcohol-impaired I
were on top of the Commi
check list. Florida has a str
*against operating a vessel
under the influence of alcc
drugs. Penalties include fl
up to $2,500, up to one ye
prisonment, public service
and mandatory substance
counseling. If a drunken
kills someone, the penalty
jump to 15 years in prison,
fine up to $10,000. -
The law also requires 1
suspected of intoxication t
an alcohol-breath test.
S The legislature has 1
the blood alcohol level at m
person is considered legally
icated from .10 to ..08 perc
fective January 1, 1994.
To learn more about th
gers of operating a boat wl
toxicated, boaters should













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Waterways

4th Holiday
I Fresh er taking the Commission's free
ere,out boating safety course. The eight-..
g state hour course covers a variety of ,
urth of topics including rules of haviga-
iber of tion, emergency procedures and
during boating etiquette..,
e Com- Interested persons should
rols in. call the commission at the follow-
id dur- ing number: (904) 265-3676.
reduce
led i ill Pond
igacci-l
ghest Gets More
boaters
ssion's G
rict law Grass Carp
I while
ohol or Merritt's Mill Pond near Mari-
Ines of anna received an additional 400
ar Im- grass carp on'June 29 to assist in '
e work controlling the rapidly-growing
abuse exotic plant hydrilla.
boater The Florida Game and Fresh
ty can Water Fish Commission released
, and a 400 of the weed-eating carp in
the 202-acre Mill Pond on April'
boaters 20 as part of the initial phase of
to take the hydrilla management plan. :v
Regional Fisheries Biologist Dale .
powered Jones said when the additional ,
which a fish .were released, there were a".
r Intox- total of four fish per acre to help
ent, ef- in weed control efforts. All of the
grass carp are 14-22 inches in
ie dan- size.
while in- Jones also said that the extra
consid- grass carp are necessary due to a
recently completed evaluation of -
the popular fish management...
I area which shows, "hydrilla has ::
topped out and covers seven
acres and is growing faster there
than anywhere it's found in the
state." He said the clear water
and long daylight hours of sum-,,..
mertime are greatly enhancing'
the plant's growth...
Hydrilla was introduced into
Florida from Africa more than 307 .
years ago by individuals involved
with aquarium fish. It was appar-
ently dumped into canals near%'
Tampa and has since spread *,
.- throughout the United States.
Hydrilla was first discovered
growing in the Mill Pond- in June
* 1991 and attempts to eradicate
the plant by hand-picking it and
use of herbicides failed.


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Poison oak usually has, the
appearance of a low-growing
shrub. As the name implies, the
slender, upright branches bear
leaflets which resemble oak
leaves. Poison oak also grows in
trees, like poison ivy. Usually, the
undersides of-the leaves are light-
er in color, because they're cov-
ered with fine hairs.
Poison sumac grows as a
woods shrub or small tree. It nev-
er has the vine-like appearance of
many other poisonous plants.
Poison sumac is often found near
swamps, and ranges from five or
six feet to as much as 25 feet in
height. The leaves are divided
into seven to thirteen leaflets that
grow in pairs. A single leaflet is
found at the end of each stem. In
the spring, the, leaves are bright


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All candidates must be as-
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1993 PAGE-.B


Gems from My Garden


[Cloud Is a former resident of
'Port St. Joe, educated in local
schools and is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Cloud. He is a minis-
ter and an author.]
Last spring, I planted my first
vegetable garden. Started small-
row of beans, row of squash, row
-of'peas, row of cucumbers and to-
matoes. But soil. does something
to' me. When I seethings start to'
sprout and grow, I get energized.


So, in my exuberance, five rows
became 10, and then 15. Besides,
it was spring; weather cool, grass
slow, and weeds minimal. But as
the weather warmed. my energy
waned, and the grass and weeds
grew faster than the garden. But
what had started as a pleasure
soon turned into a pain.
In Luke 14:28-30, Jesus
..said "Suppose on of you'wants
to build a tower. Will he not
first sit down and estimate the


.CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
'145 Avenue D. PortSt. Jbe, Florida 32456 -
Sunday School ............................................. .............................. 10:00 a.m .
Morning W worship .................................. ................................. 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


THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY

ST. JAMES' PORT ST. JOE
7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (ET)
.++ l ++ Sunday School 9:45
t++ ST. JOHN'S *WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.mi..(CT)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor




of Port St.Joe
Weekly Meeting Times
Sunday Morning Celebration and Worship...................... 10:00 a.m.
Thursday Night Bible Study........................................... 7:00 p.m.
Intercessory Prayer at The Rock, Mon.-Fri. .............7:00 8:00 a.m.
8:00- 9:00a.m.
Saturday Family Night Intercession...........................7:00 p.m.
The Rock Teens .................................................. To Be Announced
Pastors: Jim and Susan List Office Hours: Monday Thursday
103 Garrison Avenue 9:00 12:00 & 2:00 4:00
Office Phone: 227-2033 Friday: 9:00 12:00


CHURCH OF CHRIST
S, MEETS
Bible Study: Worship:
a.in. Sunday"""'" ..... ". -.1Ta.m. Sunday
7 p.m. Wednesday Minister: Tom Skipper 229-8310 Nursery
Morning Theme: Salvation is in Christ's Church
Message Sunday: Living by Faith
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Corner of 20th Street & Mar in Avenue


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STHE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH


Constitution andMionument
Port St. Joe


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School........9:45 ap.m. Evening Worship......7:30 p.m.
Morning Worship.....11:00 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



"The Exciting Place to Worship"


First B aptist CfThurc

102 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Florida

HOWARD BROWNING, Pastor


SFirst UnitedM7ethodist Churchf
111 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410

Morning Church............... 9:00w a.m. CT
Church School .................. 10:00 a.m. CT
Nursery Provided
Charles M. Parker, Pastor John Anderson, Music Director
Office Phone:1648-8820 Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 am-12 noon CT



GrAce Baptist

Church
First Union Bank Building
9:00am S4nday School
lOamrn and 6pm Worship
Wed. 6:30pm prayer service
Nursery Provided
AnInnovative Southern BaptistI
I Church
Rev. Ken Coots Interim Pastor
Ministers at Large All Members


cost to see if he has enough
money to complete? For if he
lays a foundation and is not
able to finish it, everyone who
sees it will ridicule him, saying,
this fellow began to build and
was not able' to finish." Individu-
al Christians need to hear Jesus'
words and heed my garden les-
son. We can be underplanned
and overextended. This is true of
our financial 'lives, as well as our
social lives. When we are overex-
tended,.we usually do a poor Job
at whafwe do. The menace of me-
diocrity is often a matter of much
to do about too many things. We
overextend, but undercommit.
SChurches can do this, too.
Sometimes we try to !do every-
thing and' end up doing nothing
very well. We need to ask "What
are the unique needs of our com-
munity?" and then ask what are
our resources and our capabili-
ties. Do we have the facilities and
the financial, as well as "people"
resources to meet those needs? If
we will do this and also make
ourselves available, then I believe
God will make us capable. But we
must also be prepared to weed.
feed, and harvest what God al-
lows us to planL
I tilled the other day, but will-,
use a little more constraint this
time in what and how much I
plant..Maybe? :'

Wilder Promoted
to Senior Airman
Randy Wilder has been pro-
moted in the U. S. Air Force to
the rank of Senior Airman.
The airman, a special-
purpose vehicle and equipment
mechanic, is the son of Jimmy
and Susan Wilder of Port St. Joe.
Senior Airman Wilder is sta-
tioned at Yokota Air Base in To-
Skyo, Japan.

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Remember ,.. It's the Law


The Federal,. Drug-Free harmful to students. Therefore,
Schools and. Communications Act'- it i the' intent of the School
requires the Gulf County, School Board that all schools and school'
System to prevent everyone-both activities shall be drug and alco-
students and staff-from bringing 'hol free.
In,' making, using, handing out,
or selling (or even having with Gulf County Schools are in
them) illegal drugs (and alcohol. the Panhandle Area Educational
The use of illicit drugs and Cooperative Drug-Free Schools
the unlawful possession and.' Prqgramn along with Calhoun,
use of alcohol is. wrong, and, Jolmes, Jackson, Liberty.. Wal-


Violent C


1 Occu r

Violent crime in Florida in-
creased during' 1992, rising 1.9%
as compared with 1991 figures.
!11 According to the 1992 Crime In
Florida annual report released by
the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement, a .violent crime oc-
Og urred every 3' minutes and 16.,1,
Seconds last year.as compared to
one every 3 minutes and 19 sec-
ond in 1991. Violent crime has
grown 72.5% In the last 10 years,
93,406 in 1982 compared to
i,61,137 in 1992. At the same
time the crime rate (number of in-
Sdex crimes per 100.000 popula-
tion) fell 3.2% last year. FDLE
Commissioner Tim Moore said.
'The drop in last year's crime rate
is a turn in the right direction,
however, Florida likely will again
lead the nation In this category.
The level of crime continues to be
intolerable especially the violence
that is terrorizing our cities and
communities. Now is certainly not
the time to relent on funding
criminal justice and public safety
in Florida."
Of the 1,454.682 victims of
crime during 1992. 1,081,64;
were persons. This Is a 4.0% in-.
crease over 1991 total of persons
reported as victims. "Of these,
188,483 persons were injured or
killed as a result of crimes last,.
year. There were 89,025 Juvenile
victims in 1992. This compares to
80,739 in 1991. Nonresidents


Pine Street Overstreet
Sunday School.................................... 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship................................... l1:00a.ih.
Wednesday Bible Study........................ 3:00 p.m.


Pastor W.L. Remain


12/17-6/93


Phone 648-8144


"THE MIRACLE CENTER"
NEW COVENANT MISSIONARY WORLD OUTREACH CENTER...
The Family Church
252 Avenue E, Port St. Joe, Florida Church Phone: 229-8137
Pastor: Rev. Napoleon Pittman


SUNDAY


SUNDAY


Worship: 11 a.m. ,.... Sunday Morning Roundup: 1
WEDNESDAY for Ages 2- Adult
7:30 p.m. Bible Study & Fellowship
"A CHURCH WITH A VISION"
Sponsor of New Covenant Christian Academy K-5 thru 6th Grade
Does not discriminate based upon race, creed, color, or origin.


ton, and, Washington Cqunties.
This organization. is comxni.tted to
promoting: drug_; prevention, and
drug-free schools, and. communl-
ties. .; .', : ".,
:.Contact persons are: Dr, Da-
vid, Bidwell,, Gulf County Schools,
(904) 639-2422 or (904), 1,229-
6940; PaulacWaUler PAEC, (904)
63,8-6131,: '. : : ,


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1rime Up 1%


Every -3 MiSutiS

(visitors) accounted for only 3.2% Two law enforcement officers
of all person victims last year. were killed- feloniously inthe line
of duty during 1992 as was the
A total of 109,449 domestic case in 199.10.Assaults on police
violence incidents occurred dur- officers -declined slightly (0.2%)
ing 1992 representing 7.8% of the Y.during the same reporting period.
total number of crimes reported Cocaine continues as the
'to police. A total of 38;802 victims drug of choice, accounting for
were abused by their spouse. 53.5% of all primary drug-arrests
:This was the-largest group of vic- in 1992 compared. to 58.0% in
Urms by relaUonship. 1992 was 1992 ., : r c -,..
the first full year domestic vlo- For further information con-
lence data was collected in Florl- tact: .Director Patrick J. Doyle,
da. FDLE (904) 488-3961.


CHILDREN'S HEALTH FORUM
CHILDREN

LEARN WHAT

B- THEY LIVE....

By
.. ." Elizabeth C. Jones. M.D. .
Dorothy Law Nolte published the following in 1972. It was true
in 1972, and is equally true today.
If chliren five dithi criticism,
q ley (earn to. condemn.
If ch ildren five witi flosti ity,
qfeyl (earn tofig/ t.
Tfcfiildren five with ridficue,
7 : ey (earn to be shy.
SIf children live within shame,
1"hey (earn tofee guilty.
S Ifchildren.ive with tolerance,
gTheyehtri .ito bePatienit. t ,,'
... i.' If children five 'wthencouragement,
qtey earn confidence.
If chitiren five with praise,
Trey (earn to appreciate.
If children five with fairness,
They (earn justice.
If children five with security,
tqey (earn to have faith.
If children five with approval,
'They learn to lifi themselves.
If children five with acceptance andfriendship,
..ey (earn tofind love in the world.


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5 0, CHURCH
d 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP........................ 10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL............................ 11 a.m.
*SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor


M We Want You To Be
Part of the Friendly Place
BIBLE STUDY 9-45 a.m. EVENING WORSHIP....... 7:00 p.m.
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Highland View
United Methodist Church
Corner of 4th St. & Parker Ave.
Highland View
Lynwopd R. Wynne

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047-8746 after 6 p.m. tfc 7/8
i987 Merkur (loaded),. $2,500.
'Call 229-6664.' 2tc,7/8.
1992 Ford Explorer XLT,4 dr., at4
'lue/silver, 26k miles, $16,900. Call
47-8630. 2tp 7/8
'73 chevrolet. C-65 22' steel flat
'bed,366 V-8, tandem axle, cab rusty,.
$1,000.. One ton dual oaxle for, sale,
$600. Call 647-5648. 2tp 7/1
CASH NOW BUYING
Used Cars and Trucks. Local and
put-of-state vehicles. Two locations to
serve you. Mayhann Motor, Port St.
doe, 229-6584, Mayhann Used Cars,
ewahitchka, 639-5810.' 7/1
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S1988 1'9 ft. ealion boat, great
condition. Call 647-8035 for more in-
formation. 4tp 7/8





' For Sale: Very successful small
business, much .room for expansion
with .hardworking individual. 647-
8889. ltc7/8




^ WANTED
Seeking 3 to 4 bedroom home,,
rent or lease purchase. St. Joe or
Wewa area. Large family with pets.
Call after 5 p.m., 904/668-3039.
2tc 7/8


FORRET'K ORRET; _______


Furnished trailer at Overstreet,
for rent Call 648-5306. tfc 7/8
Wewahltchka, 2 bedroom, good
. condition trailer. $275 month. $150,
deposit. Call 639-5664'or 234-6077.
tfc 7/1,

Liberty Manor Apts., 800 Tap-
per Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable
housing for the elderly and the
:handicapped.
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-,
tion.
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS
tfc 7/1

Nice one, two & three bedroom
apartments. Cen. h&a, stove & frost-
free refrigerator, playground available
with parents' supervision. Laundry
rm. provided. Rent determined by in-
come. Handicap units available. Pine
Ridge Apartments, 227-7451. Equal,
Housing. tfc 7/1
OFFICE SPACE. Call George
Duren at 229-6031 and leave mes-
sage. tfc 7/1
Warehouses, small and large,
some with, office, suitable for small
business, 229-6200. tfc 7/1
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 Reld Ave.. Port St.
Joe. FL 229-8723. tfc 7/1


UNFURNISHED 'b
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & re-
frig., cen. h&a, .screen porch, car-
port & laundry rm. V
* Large 2 bedroom apartment, st0ov*
& refrig., washer/dryer hook-up.'
* New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2
ba., inside laundry rm, ch&a, dish-
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FURNISHED
* Small 2 bdrm. home, auto. heat,&
air, washer/dryer hook-up.
One bedroom apartment, washer/
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Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
tfc:7/l


Office Suites Available'
(utilities included) ',
1 on First, Floor
2 on Second Floor
410 Long Ave., next to law office
Call 904-227-7413 ifc 7/1,


Yard Sale: Saturday. July 10. 8
until. Baby clothes, baby items, boy'si
& girl's clothing. 110 2nd- Avenue;'
Oak Grove. Itp 7/8
3 family yard sale, 422 First St.,
Highland View. Women's plus size,
clothes, household items., furniture,
and much morel 8:00-1:00. Saturday.
July 10th. .. tp 7/8
Yard Sale: Saturday, July 10,'
8:00 a.m. noon. Girls' clothes 2T-3T.-;
Car seat, crib,: high chair & other'
misc. items. Corner of Santa Anna:
St., & Alabama Ave.. St. Joe Beach.
ltp 7/8
Yard Sale:- Saturday, July 10,!
9:00 11:00. 218 Sea Pine Lane, Gulf:
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Moving Sale: 125 Westcott Circle,
Saturday, 8:00 1:00. Firm mattress,
queen bedspread',' washer, elec. dryer,
recliners,' clothes, dishes, all sorts of
great deals, 229-8079. Itp 7/8
Garage Sale: 3 microwave ovens,
*Visions cookware, misc. Items, priced
to sell. 8:00'-12:00. Friday and Satur-
day, 1003 Marvin Avenue.
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Yard Sale: Saturday, July 10,
1904 Monumerit Ave. 8:00 -' noon.
Computer desk, bedspreads, chil-
dren's toys & lots of household Items.
Iltp 7/8


Yard Sale: We've cleaned the
shed.- Everything goes. 2 families;
'8:00 3:00" Saturday. 311 Duval St.,
Oak Grove. Light green house.
U, tp7/8
' Moving: Sale:. Lots of baby.
clothes, children clothes, lots of every-
thing. Adult clothing, Misc. Friday
and Saturday, 9 until 5. 445 Second
Avenue, Highland View.
'3tc7/1


School Bus Driver: (2 positions).
Port St. Joe site; approved salary
schedule. Applications will be accept-
ed beginning Thursday. July 8, 1993,
through Friday. July 23, 1993 Writ-
ten application, form or transfer re-
quest is required.
Contact S. M. Eubanks, Coord. of
Operations. Gulf County School
Board. Bus Barn. Port St. Joe.' FL
32456. (904) 227-1204. Applications
may be picked up at the Bus Barn be-
hind Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School.
Transfer from present employees will,
be given first 'consideration.
The Gulf Co.' School Board is an
Equal Opportunity Employer.'
2tc7/8


Elderly single lady needs some-
one to stay with 'her five nights a
week. Interested female only. Good
paying job. 229-8466. ltc 7/8
Top of the Gulf Restaurant, Mexi-
co Beach, needs experienced waitress-
es. Apply In person after 3:00 p.m.
CDT. ,, 2tc7/1
Help wanted at Marie's Corner
Bar for bar tender. Call 639-5777.
tfc 7/1


Nursing assistant positions avail-,
able. 'Training for certification provid-
ed. CNA positions also available. Ap-
ply in, person, Bay St. Joseph Care
Center. tfc 7/1
Olan Mills has several immediate
openings for telephone sales people.
No experience necessary, we train.
Morning & 'evening shifts available.
Also need someone for light delivery
work. Apply to: Candy Neal, Pelican
Point Motel, Mexico Beach, FL stait-
ing Mon., July 5, 5-9 pm & Tuesday -
Friday, 9 a.m. 1 p.m. & 5-9 p.m.
Management opportunities available
for those free to travel! E.O.E. M/F
2tc7/1

Do you' want to work, a few hours
each week and make $100 or more???
Pick ydur-own time 9 am 1 pm or 5
pm 9 pm. If this is you, and you
have a pleasant personality and want
to work in my office with other pleas-
ant personalities, call me at 648-8588
for more information. Starting Mon-
day. July 5 5-9 pm & Tues.-Fri. 9
a.m. 1 pm & 5-9 pm. E.O.E./M/F.
,,2tc7/,1
Homemaker needed: Gulf Co. Sr.
Citizens Association Is in need of one,
volunteer to provide homemaker ser-
vice for functionally impaired' home-
bound senior citizens. She will receive
a small stipend plus travel. Must be
at least 60 years of age, and have own
transportation. 3tc 7/1


MAJOR TELEPHONE CO. now
hiring., Technicians, installers, Acct/
Serv. Reps, operators. No' .experience
necessary. For Information, call 1-
219-736-4715, ext F-2334, 9 am 9
pm 7 days. 3tp 7/8





Housewife, no children of own.
with references, would like to keep In-
fant or toddler' In her home, or yours,
weekdays. $10.00. a day, 229-8893.
S2tp 7/8
Experienced with references:
-computer bookkeeper, tax return,
payroll and more. 229-6543.
tfc.7/1
,Female sitter for the elderly, look-
ing for a day job. $10.00 a day. 229-
8893. 2tp7/1





FOUNd: In vicinity of Jones
Homestead. Red, fluffy dog, very gen-
tle. housebroken female. Call 227-
2155. tc7/8
FOUND: Beautiful male Golden
Retrie.er with leather collar. Call 229-
6820. Itc 7/8
LOST: 20 lb. shrimp somewhere
in vicinity ofPort StJdoe Post Office.
Don't know what they look like we.
never saw them. If found, money or
shrimp. return to Johnny & Dennis at
Post Office. : tc7/8


SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR


TRADESand SERIE


AMERICAN LEGION POST 116:
Play BINGO every Thursday night.
Cash Prizes with a $250 game:each
Thursday. Games will continue'
throughou-the .'' Summer -Moiths. '
Next Post meeting will be Sept. 13th
at 8 o'AlpQk in the post home,-3rd-St9U
ani? Williams Ave. tfc 7/1


A Port St Joe Lodge No. 111
G .Reg. Stated Communication
1st and 3rd Thursday of each
month, 6:00 p.m., Masonic Hall. 214
Reid A% e.
Donald Scott, W.M.
Fred Nehrings, Sec ';
pd 1993

Wewahitchka (904) 827-2903'
Port St Joe 24 hr. service
BILLY JONES QUALITY
SERVICE CO.
A/C and Refrigeration, Repair & Service
Restaurant & Bar Equipment, Appliances'
License #RA0066292 Insured
Free Estimates tc 7,'1

A Gift Shop for
CHILDREN of all Ages
Books oToys etc.
My Very Own Book
528 6th St. Phone 227-1636,
.. ..tfc 7/1


PRESSURE

WASHING
3000 PSI Capability
,HOMES MOBILE HOMES ROOFS
DRIVEWAYS SIDING 'DECKS'
R.V.'s BOATS .
MILDEW REMOVAL
S"Clean Before You Paint"
ANDY DUKE
(904) 229-8190
Call Antyime ,
tfrc 78


THE HOUSE, an adult day care
by the day or the hour. 647-5382.
S5tc7/1
I sell Watkins' Products. Quail-
ty since 1868. For Information, call
227-1635.. .. ... -2%wr 4iek= j<8


WINDOWS CLEANED
Home or business. No travel ser-
vice charges for local jobs. Reasonable
rates. Call 227-1702 Monday Thurs-
day after 5 PM. "Only Your Window
Man Knows for Sure". Itinerant Mainte-
nance License #92409 4tp6/17

CHRIS' LAWN SERVI CE
Grass Cutting, Weed Eating,
Raking, Trash Hauled Off, etc.
Free Estimates
Chris or Ken Kennington
Call 227-7474
or 227-7599 after 4:30 p.m. 7/s

C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe work, dozer work, root
rake, front-end loader, lot clearing.
septic tanks, drain fields, fill dirt.
Rt. 2, Box AIC, Port St Joe
Phone 229-6018
vfc 7/1

We Buy, Pawn, Sell or Trade
Guns

Indian Swamp Campground
Hwy. C-387, Howard Creek
tfc7/1

JOHN F. LAW
LAWYER 1-2654794
26 Years of Experience
Worker's Compensation
Occupational Diseases,
Injuries and Accidents.
No charge for first conference.
7229 Deer Haven Road, P.C. ft7/i


phone 639-5157
LAIRI IN' FalntUni & FPressure Cleanln
Let Us Do Your Dirt Work
P.O. Box 1023 Wewahitchka, FL 32465
Marvin Larkins "d0o7/15


"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 tr 7/1.

Hot Tar
Hot Tar ROOFING
Shingles RO FN
Repairs JESSIECONTRACTING
Re-Roofing Free Estimates

ELic. #RC00665044 Than ''


647-3219
"The Beaches"
Eddie "Smarter Than Water? tre7/o0 Lydia


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
SOpen Meeting:Sunday 4:00 p.m;
Tuesday 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, 8:00 p.m.
AL-ANON,
'-Sinday 4:00p m' & Tu'.'. 8:00 p.m'.'
All meetings at St. James
Episcopal Church, all times eastern


JOHNSON & RENFRO
Lawn Service
The Grass Is.Still Growing; and We're
Still Mowing. Trees Trimmed & Cut,
Grass Cut, Roofs Raked, Etc.. ,
Call Tommy or Warren at 229-8829 or
S. machine 229-8375 4t, 6/4
S'

COSTIN'S
Bookkeeping Service
Tax Returns A Specialty
224 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
(904) 229-8581
tfc7/i


Wauneta's Accounting
& Income Tax

Wauneta Brewer- St. Joe Beach
647-5043


STUTZMAN CONST. CO.
All Types Roofing
30 years experience
Lic. #RB0030039, RC 0038936
'"Where Qualty Is Higher
Than Price"
229-8631 tfc 7/

'Phone 227-1782 '
Cuts, Color, Frosting, Perms
Betty's Beauty Salon |
"A Family Salon"
311 Madison St. Betty Heath
Oak Grove :' "': Owner/Mgr. '
tfc 7/1

Good Work Doesn't Cost, it Pays


Alexandra B. Ouellette
Personal Touch Home Care
Care provided to one patient at
a time Minimum regular in-home
visit 3 hours approved by most in-
suidribe "companies '" n fe'tnces"
available. -
Days (904) 229-2748, Even-
ings (904) 227-1859.
tfc 7/1


COSTING INSURANCE AGENCY
Inc.
All Forms of Insurance :
322 ReidAve., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
fc7/1


T.L.C. Lawn Service
All Types of Yard Work
Mowing, Raking, Trimming,
Weeding, Clean Outs
and Roof Sweeping.
Reasonable Monthly or
Seasonal Rates Available.
Cail 229-6435 tfc7/i


BOB'S PAINT &
BODY SHOP
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
tfc 7/1

Major Appliance Repair David Kennedy
Owner,



BAYSIDE SERVICE CO.
Air Cond., Refrigeration,
Ice Machines, Washing Machines,
Dishwasher, Etc.......
BUTLER BAY RD.
PORT ST. JOE, FL 32456
904-227-1675


ST. JOE / 904-229-8656 tfc7/
TREE AND / \ .
STUMPREOVAL. r = = == = "5
Bush Chipping, Stump dingtump Grin ng
INSURED St. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
Rt. 2 Box 73D Port St. Joe, .
MIKE CARROLL Small Engine Repairs
647-8070 I
Stfc7/i Factory Warranty Center

Remodelln i Lawnmowers
-Repairs o Weedeaters af.v '
.0 New Constructlon -_ Tillers I
Chain saws |
.-\ Generators
Weather Tight i Pups
Construction Engine Sales I
T Licensed & Insured
C RR0060690 706 1st St.-St. Joe
S2I 27-2112
Kevin O'Neill, Owner 229-8635 to2C8 /6
tic 7/1 Io M


AVOIR

C -ATHERINE CirOLLIER'-
iA Independent Sales Representative
211Allen Memorial Way Port St. Joe
(904) 229-6460 uc7/1


LAWN MOWING
Service now offered by
BARFIELD LAWN & GAR-
DEN CENTER,
229-2727.
: .- -tfc .7/


CATERING & CAKES
229-6154
SEWING &f
ALTERATIONS,
-tfc7/1


ST: JOE RENT-


'706 1st St.


ALL, Inc.
227-2112


5x10 10x10 10x20
On Site Rentals 6 Days A Week
ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S RENT.
St. Joe Rent-All
First St. 227-2112


Save on Your
AUTO INSURANCE
CALL
Mitchell Williams
747-8970
1-800-239-8977
Callaway/Panama City
tfc7/1


.I would like to clean your homes.
For more information call 227-1614.
Reasonable rates. tfc 7/1









St. Joe Rental-All, Inc.
706 First Street
Port St. Joe 227-2112
tfc7/1



Classic Interiors
-, 217 N. Main Street.
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
Jane Duke -formerly with
Gayfers of Tallahassee ,
(904) 674-4504 800-955-0002
-Leave Message-
Blinds ............ 600%off
Pleated Shades ... 50/ooff
WAVERLY FABRICS
Ober 30 Patterns In Stock!
InStock
Prints ......... $12.99y4.
In Stock
Solid Chintz ..$7.99yd.
Waverly Special Order Patterns
FREE ESTIMATES
NO OBLIGATION
4tp6/24,

BARFIELD'S

LAWN & GARDEN
CENTER
Small Engine Repair

Lawn Mowers
Weed Eaters
SChain Saws
Generators
\ *Pumps
Tillers
Go-Karts
229-2727
328 Reid Ave.
Port St. Jbe I7/i


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 at7/l

LIC # RF0051042
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
ER0011618

JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
REMODELING RESIDENTIAL AND 'COMMERCIAL
INSTALLATION OF WATER LINES AND SEWER LINES
IT MINOR ELECTRICAL
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA tc 7/1 904/229-6821


BOATINGNG
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. JULY 8. 1993 PAGE 7B


Say You Saw It In The Star!


Fiberglass tub/shower unit in
good condition, left hand drain, $100.
Call 229-6017 after 4. or 229-8079.
2tp 7/8
Cypress swings, chairs, etc. Also
22' travel trailer, self-contained, air,
etc. See at Cantley's Bargain Barn,
Hwy. 71 S., Wewahltchka (6 miles
south of Wewa). tfc 7/8
Two travel trailers. 24' Free Spir-
it, air, full bed in rear, new tires, pull
O&ut awning, good ,condition, $3,000.
23' Chateau. bunk beds, full shower,
lots of cabinet space, new floor,
$1,800, both sleep 4. Call 229-6664.
4tc 7/8
Two four drawer metal file cabi-
nets, 1 wooden desk with left hand re-
turn, Pitney Bowes folding machine.
Inquire at St. Joe .Papermakers Feder-
al Credit Union, 227-1156.
2tc 7/8
Portable movie screen $10; Sears
queen mattress & springs $100,
Sears twin mattress & springs $100;
Sears twin mattress & box springs
$120; Sealy Posturepedic twin mat-
tress & box springs $140; elec. blan-
kets twirisze fuize full size, $3 & $5,
oval braided rug 5'4" x 3'4" $5; metal
4-shelf storage. $5; wooden china cab-
inet $250; elec. smokeless grill $30;
stainless steel elec. skillet $25; 17-pc.
glass, snack set $10, hot air popcorn
popper $3; hands & feet whirlpool
bath $10; 2 mantent $25; Sears type-
writer portable manual $5; Super Ke-
gal exerciser $3; Spring exerciser $5;
leather steel-toed work boots,' $30;
men's leather dress belts $10. Please
call 647-8822 for more information.
ltp 7/8


Small repairs on houses, lawn
maintenance, painting & trim
work. Call Billy at 227-1688.
thru July

BAHAMA CRUISE, 5 days/4
nights, underbooked! Must Selli
$279/couple. Limited tickets. (407)
767-8100 ext. 2269, Mon. Sat., 9
a.m. 10 p.m. 4tp 7/8
This very excellent TV deal
won't last. Guaranteed excellent 19"
color TV's, $55 and $65. Call most ex-
cellent Swingarm Jim, 647-3116 -
"Hurry!". tfc 7/8:,

Baldwin, Acrosonic piano, good
condition, $795 obo. Call 647-3219,
leave message. Itp 7/8
PIANO FOR SALE
Wanted: A responsible person to.
take on a low monthly payment on a
beautiful, console piano, no money
down. Call toll free: 1-800-533-7953.
Itp 7/8

Easy cholesterol free cake recipe.
Send $3.00 and SASE to B. Bryant, P.
0. Box 13344, Mexico Beach, 32410.
Bonus free easy pizza recipe. 1
2tc 7/1
Knitting needle kit for sale, inter-
changeable points, make needle sizes
2-5, circular jumper and straight nee-
dles, $70 value for $$30. 648-5894.'
ltc 7/8
Computerized exercise bike with chal-
lenge course & record program. Great
shape. Barely used. New $599, asking
$350 obo.; 227-1467 after 6' p.m.
I ,I Itfc 7/1


Fantasy Properties, Inc.
1200 U.S. Hwy. 98 n r
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800-458-7478
NEW LISTING: -. REALTO
St. Joe Beach, 235 Santa Anna Street. 2 bedroom, 1
1/2 bath brick home on two lots, Wade Barrier built.
$65,000.




WANT TO BUY? RENT?

J\lee.dSDSmone to lManage

S Your Rental Property?

THEN GIVE US A CALL!


SALES RENTALS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT


JOHN M. DELORME, Realtor ELLEN F. ALLEMORE, Realtor





I Elizabeth W.Thompson
REALTo LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER
Office: Hwy. 98 at 19th St., Mexico Beach
Mailing Address: Rt: 3, Box 167, Port St. Joe, FL 32456 ,

648-5683 or 1-800-582-2990
After Hours: Jay Rish, 904-648-8818 or Mobile 227-5321
MEXICO BEACH
Across Highway from Beach
235 KIm Kove, Grand Isle Subdivision: 3 bedroom, 2 bath frame with approx. 1,950
sq. ft. of living area, fireplace, cent. h&a, 16' x,( 2' in ground swimming pool, newly
'paved streets. 2 lots 75' wide x 230' deep: $94,000.00.
New Listing: Robin Lane. Lot #9, Block 3, in nice residential subdivision 120' street
frontage x 78' deep. OWNER SAYS SELL, PRICE REDUCED, $11,500.00.
BEACON HILL
GULFRONTOWNEJ ER TON A CT4-2', Make Offer.
2 lots comer of 3rd St. & 5th Ave.: MOBILE HOME ACCEPTABLE. OWNER WILL FI-
NANCE. 25% down payment, balance in.3 years at 9% interest., Lots 50' x 100'
each. PRICE $5,000 ea.
GULFAIRE
New Listing: Lot 19, Block C,' Gulfaire Dr. Quality subdivision with pool & tennis,
court, homeowners', association. Lot 80'xl25'. Short walk to beach. Price
$15,250.00.
New Listing: 519A Gulfalre Dr. 2 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath townhouse less than 2
years old in quality subd. with good view of the Gulf & a short walk to beach. 1150
sq. ft. of living area with cen. h&a, unfum., except stove, refrig., d/w, w/d, deck and
patio. Lot size 20'x109'. Unfurnished, $66,000. Furnished (some exclusions),'
"$69,500.

ST. JOE BEACH
Across Highway From Beach
Unobstructed View of Beach: Highway 98. 2 BR, 2 bath brick with large glassed in
porch. Lot 100' x -14' f n'lig ln MTr4Ahi'end other oul build-
ings with lots of room Mf,"pT .rirrl ,0.- "
New Listing: Or* lot 50'xl25' on Coronado (left). EASY ACCESS TO BEACH. First lot
back from Hwy.-98 (behind Coronado Townhouses. Owner financing. Mobile homes
acceptable. REDUCED TO $13,500.00.

PORT ST. JOE
.New Listing: 1 1/2 beautifully wooded lots on Marvin Ave. between 16th St. &
20th St Back yard overlooks Forrest Park, excellent neighborhood. Lots 117' wide x
175' deep (each). Owner will finance, priced right, $26,250.00. "
New Listing: 1034 McClellan Aveq.3t S. 2 bdrm., 1 bath frame w/small
glassed in porch.., Good starter hoo lerm ent. Lot 62'x150. Price reduced
$27,50.0.00.
DALKEITH AREA GULF COUNTY FARMS #43
5 Acres with two outbuildings GREAT GET-A-WAY near the river and Dead Lakes, If
you are looking for a MINI FARM or weekend retreat this is for you. Septic and power
already installed. Fruit trees & grapevines. Owner Says Sell, Price reduced
$18,250.00.
Ask us about our many Gulf front & Bay front listings located at
Cape San Bias, with attractive owner financing.,


Cooper's Welding, aluminum
boat & trailer repairs or all types &
metal fabrications. 886 Hayes Ave.,
H.V. Call 229-2775.. 6tp 6/24
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 7/1,
Western Auto Special. Computer
spin balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105. tfc 7/1
Electrolux and all other vacu-
ums, repairs and sales, bags, any-
thing for any vacuum and any central
built-in yac'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 TOO!. 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.
1986 14'x65' Northriver mobile
home, 2 bdrm., 2 full baths, lhv. rm. &
kitchen w/pantry washroom. Total
gas stove, oven, heat &'air condition-
er, refrig.. new carpet throughout
trailer, 8'x3b' deck on front, great
condition. Assume payoff. For more
information call 647-8383.





Birds for sale: Cockatiels. love'
birds, parakeets, finches. Rodger Wil-
liams. 639-2774. 3tp 7/1
FREE: to good home, bulldog
puppy. NOT PIT. Call collect 904/
653-8218. : ltc7/8a
STwo AKC registered English bull-
dogs, one male, one female. Call 229-
6664. 2tc 7/8
Ask BARFIELD'S LAWN & GAR-
DEN, 229-2727 for the only flea/tick/
mange shampoo : available. Contains
DURSBANI Quicl kill. Longer residu-
al.-Biodegradable! *. .- -.. :5tc-6/-10

Looking for a CAT FLEA SHAM-
POO that kills quicker and lasts long-
er? Ask BARFIELD'S LAWN & GAR-
DEN, 229-2727 about HAPPY JACK
SKAT CAT FLEA SHAMPOO!!! All new.
Biodegradable. 10tc6/3




3 bedroom, 1 bath, cen. h&a,
quiet neighborhood, 1 block 'from
beach, comer of Americus & Magel-
lan, St. Joe Beach. $29,000. Call 229-
2572.; 4tp 6/24
Nice one and a half lots on Monu-
ment Avenue. 227-1647. tfc 7/1

Corner lot for sale, cleared with
septic tank. Comer of Alabama & Co-
lumbus St., St. Joe Beach. Call 229-
6666. tf. 7/1

MUST SELL: Sea Shores,
85'x140' lot on Coquina Drive, gulf
view. 229-6980. Leave message.
2tc 7/1

3 bedroom. I 1/2 bath. garage,
double carport, appliances, cen. h&a,
on 3 1/2 city lots with large barn, 602
17th'St. 229-8372 after 3:30.
tfc 7/1
1/2' acre lot with 'septic tank,
$9;500. Overstreet Road. Owner fi-
nancing, 227-2020, ask for Billy.
tfc 7/1
Remodeled 3 bdrm.,, 1 ba. brick
home, new cen.a&h, water heater &
roof, all appliances. spac. kitchen &
dining rm.. privacy fence, sun deck &
workshop, etc. on 1g. lot Energy effi-
cient $53,000. Call 648-8215 or 227-
1501 or Tom Todd Realty, Inc. ,
tfc 7/1
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.
tfc7/1
2.73 acres at Sunshine Farms,
Overstreet Partially cleared corner
acreage. $15,000 negotiable. Call B.
Given, 227-1467 after 6 p.m.
t tfc 7/1

Country living overlooking We-
tappo Creek, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. 1500 sq.
ft. living space, 26'x56' mobile home,
15x26' grand room, ch&a, fireplace, 2
car garage, 2 util. bldg., 2 covered
porches, one 14'x26' open deck,
swimming pool w/privacy fence,
beautiful landscaped on two 1/2 acre
lots with c/1 fence. $56 500. Call 648-
5323 for appt. tfe 7/1
50x150 lot w/2 BR, 14x60 MI-I
and all improvements. $21,500.
Americus St., St. Joe Beach. Financ-
ing Available. Call 648-5323.
tfc 7/1


LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery
Road, I mile off Overstreet Road, 9
miles south of Wewa. Owner financ-
ing. Call 229-6961. tfc 7/1


rX c DsX/X


Personal Representative:
Genevleve Joe Middleton
Eberhardstr. 7 ,I
7144 Asperg, Germany
Attorney for Personal Representative:


Stall Trappe
P.O. Box 2526
Panama City, Florida 32402 ,
(904) 769-6139
Florida Bar No.: 176562
Publish: July 1. 8, 1993.


*J v" INVITATION TO BID
Written quotations will be received by the,
iDepartmein of Corrections, Gulf Forestry Camp.
unuil July 15.1993, 4:00 p.m. CDST, for the follow-
Removal of swill from Gulf Forestry
Camp 3222 Doc Whitfield Road, White
City. Flonrda. for Initial term of one (1) yeakl
beginning July 23, 1993, and ending July
S, 23, 1994, with an option to renew for five
.,S (5) one year terms. :' ,
Quotation forms for removal of swill may be
obtained from Major John T. Allgood, Gulf Forestry
Canp. 3222 Doc Whitfield Road, White City, Flori-
dai Telephone: 19041 827-7412. The Department of
Corrections reserves the right to. reject asy and all
q tLes and to accept the quote that is, in Itsjudge-
roen, in the best Interest ofrthestate.
Pnlsh July 1. 8. 1993.

IN 'THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLbRIDA
PROBATE DIVISION, FILE NO. 93-42
IN RE: ESTATE OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS
LEEA/K/AC. C. LEE, ,
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
SThe administration of the estate of Christo-
pher Columbus Lee, deceased, File Number 93-42,
Is pending In the Circuit Court for Gulf County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is
Gulf County Courthorthouse, 1000 Fifth Street, Port
St. Joe, Florida, 32456.
The names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
S ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT;
All persons on whom this, notice is served
who have objections that challenge the validity of
the will, the qualifications of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or jurisdiction of this Court are
required to file their objections with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
S All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this notice is served
within three months after the date of the first pub-
lication of this notice must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THlE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-1-
UCATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the dece-
dent's estate must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
tHE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
O50 FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
O The date of the firt'publication of the Notice
Is July 1, 1993.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
SCarroll L. McCauley
36 Oak Avenue
Panama City, Florida 32401
(904) 769-02760 r
Florida Bar No.: 112229'
Personal Representative:
SMae Adlidson
313 Maple Ave., Apt. C
Panama City, Florida 32401
Publish: July 1. 8, 1993.

IN ,HE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF COUNTY.
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION, FILE NO. 93-37-CP
IN RE: EStATE OF BOBBY JOE MIDDLETON
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of Bobby
Joe Middleton, deceased, File Number 93-37-CP,
is pending In the Circuit Court for Gulf County,
Florida. Probate Division. the address of which is.
1000 Sth Street, Port SLt. Joe. Florida. 32456.
:The names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal representative's
Attorney are set forth below.
All Interested persons are required to file
,with this court, WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: III all
claims against the estate and (2) any objection by
an Interested persoonon whom this notice s served
that challenges the validity of the will. the qualifl-
cations of the personal representative, venue, or
Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has begun on July
1. 1993.


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(904) 227-1450 r
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Mortgage Rates Are Low, Now Is The Time To Buyl
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Charles Shoaf- 227-7429 Doris Strickland 229-8988
NEW LISTINGS
New Listing: 1207 Palm Blvd. 3 bedroom, 2 ba., partially furnished, can. h/a. Out-
side storage. $75,000.
New Listing: Three Large bedrog aioron home on 3 lots, 2 1/2 ceramic tile
baths; den, oak floors, brick b41 Lrh heating & cooling unit, approx. 2119
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526 6th St.:Newly updated 3 BR, 1 bath frame house; close to town. New roof, cen-
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16th St.: 3 BR, 1 bath, practically new central H&A, 10'x20' storage building on 70' x
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532 Third St.: Handyman Special 3BR, 1 ba. house on 50' x 85' corner lot. Only
$14,000.
PORT ST. JOE
121 Hunter Circlei 3 bedroom, 1 bath masonry & brick home, central h/a & outside
storage. $52,400.00.
1616 Long Ave.: 2 story duplex, recently redecorated, good rental record. Owner
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AND .
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room, 1 bath. A Great Investment! Rent from apartments could make your mort-
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OAK GROVE
205 Duval St.: 2 bedroom, 1 bath frame home on 60' x 125' lot. Needs some TLC.
$24,-00, Reduced to $18,000.
CAPE SAN BLAS
Gulf front Beach Cottage; Completely furnished 2 BR, 2 BA, kitchen with eating
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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.
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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 50S tg[Dach, located in good residential area. $22,000.
Corner Bailey road and Hwy 71: 2 1/2 acres cleared and ready to build or for mo-
bile home. has water, septic tank, and power. $14.000.
Priced to Sell: 2 lots cleared and ready to build on. 177' frontage. $8,600 forboth..
Overstreet: 13 acres near bridge and canal with many nice oaks and fronts on
paved street
8th St.: 1 1/2 nice lots, 75'x170', only $12,000.00.
Long Ave.: 2 nice high lots, cleared and ready to build on. $20,000.
Cape San Bias: 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 '90'.- 68,00
Reduced to $33,000.
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
frontage.
Howard Creek: 60 x 130 lot. Only $1,800.00
FOR RENT
506 91h Street, 3 bedroom, 1 bath house, $375.00 month $200 deposit

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PAGE SB THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1993


Ninety Gulf Coast Communi-
ty College students have been
named to the President's Honor
List for the 1993 spring semester.
According to Gulf Coast Pres-
ident Dr. Bob McSpadden, the list
includes all full-time students
(enrolled for 12 or more hours)
who earned a grade point average
of 3.90-4.00.
The following students were
named to the President's list: Mo-
hamed D. Albibi, Linda L. Becker,
Marjorie Belcher, Richard N. Ben-
nett, Carolyn A. Black, David V.
Boggs, Karl C. Bowen, Kathleen
Brady, Darcel D. Bray, Robin J.
Brehm, Jacqueline Buchanan,
Shannon Campbell, Shella M.
Campbell, James S. Carter, Shei-
la C. Cavallo, Paula R. Champion,
Paige A. Coleman, Henry H. Cum-
ble Jr., Tony C. Daniels, Joseph
M. Darcy, Edward D. Davis, Lau-
rie J. Day, Brad J. Decker,
Charles L. Dobbins, Susan G.
Duke, Cherie D. Edwards, Ro-
whea M. Elmesky, Betty S. Erwin,
Michelle Ferguson, William P.
Forbes, Mark A. Franklin, Genise
Franzese, Derrick J. Glass, Dea-
na E. Goree and Deborah Gris-
sett.
Also, Ngoc T. Hardee, Andrea
L. Hart, David ,S. Hicks, Jei-ry L.
Hood, Steve Huffstetler, Richard
Hysinger, Deborah A. Jackson,
Beckl K. Johnson, Angela M.
Kaeding, Stanley S. Kiefer, Erica
L. Kokott, Jeanna Kombrinck,
Bryan R. Konig, Lorraine C. Ko-
zak, Bianka Kozmer, Deborah S.
LeBlanc, Larry Lloyd, Jo D. Ma-
leske, Lynne McAndrew, Gordon.


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6.0% 8.7%
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federal tax bracket The Funds net asset value will tlhc-tuate with market conditions, and there can be no
guarantee that any particular yiekl or return will be achieved. Insurare pertains only to the timely payment
of principal and interest of dhe securities held in dithe fund. The AAA rating refeis to die rating of individual
securities as a result of the insurance, not to the shares of the Fund No representation is made as to any
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Lou Rogers, Marcus W. Sale,.
John E. Shepard, Marguerite,
Shumaker, Norman B. Skipper,'
Kelli D. Slevin, Ranelle Sterling,'
Kathy Strickland, Cheri L. Stu-r
key, Brian E. Sweet, Jessica H.:
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U.S. Air Force Need


Young Enlistees Ea


Although the Air Force is year. In fact, the Combat Control q
downsizing in force structure, re- and Pararescue career fields are
cruiting will continue as over experiencing significant increases
30,000 high school graduates, in manning requirement.,
and seniors will be needed each, Many potential recruits, una-

Pre-Admission Test for

Nursing Programs at GC ,
The use of the NLN Pre- Room 202 of the Health Science
Admission Test for Associate De- Building. For additional informS- i
gree Nursing programs has, been tion, call 872-3827.
initiated at Gulf Coast Communi-
ty College. Applicants to the
Spring 1994 class, and all subse-
quent classes, must take this test
as a part of the application pro- BAC C TO
cess. COO.K
The deadline for registration
for the August 28 test is August
13. This will be the last test date
at the college prior to the selec-
tion of the class for the spring of
1994.
Applicants should pick up
their registration packets in


phen F. Tudisco, Amy L. Waldorf,
Trenton W. Watson, Edward Wel-
sensale, John T. Wharton, Scott
A. Wilchek, Charlotte Willbanks,
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rett Zediker.


Is 30,000


ch Year
ware of the ,special forces type
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are looking to the Navy Seals or
Marine Recon.
The incentive pay for Combat
Control and Pararescue is an ad-
ditional $480 a month once
you're in the field. You can also
earn 38r40 college credits by go-
ing through the program and re-
ceiving qualifications.
For more information, con-
.tact your local Air Force recruiter,
or call 1-800-423-USAF.


(DM)-Dine away the summer food doldrums with "Bayside Pasta Salad."
This colorful and delicious entree features small shell macaroni combined
with tiny bay shrimp and tender peas and carrots. The secret to this salad's
lively flavor is the dressing of snappy pineapple: and lemon juices, grated gin-
ger and Kikkoman Lite Soy Sauce. While low in sodium, lite soy sauce
retains all of its flavor enhancing qualities because the salt is extracted fol-
lowing the natural brewing process. In this recipe, it unites the zesty juices to
perfectly accent the salad ingredients: Low in calories, fat and sodium, this
healthful salad can't be beat for its great taste or ease of preparation.
BAYSIDE PASTA SALAD
2 cups uncooked small shell 3 tablespoons Kikkoman Lite
macaroni Soy Sauce
1 package (10 oz.) frozen peas 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
and carrots, thawed and. 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
drained 1/2 teaspoon sugar
8 ounces cooked bay shrimp, 1/2 teaspoon grated fresh ginger
rinsed and drained root
1/3 cup unsweetened pineapple 1/8 teaspoon white pepper
juice
Cook macaroni according to packageidirections, omitting salt; drain, rinse and
drain well. Combine macaroni with peas and carrots and shrimp in large
bowl; set aside. Blend pineapple juice, lite soy sauce, lemon juice, oil, sugar,-
ginger and pepper; pour over macaroni mixture. Toss to coat all ingredients
well. Cover and refrigerate 1 to 2 hours for flavors to blend, tossing occa-
sionally. .. Makes 4 to 6 servings.


Oriental Stir Fry


Do you like oriental stir-fry?
Well, if the answer is yes you'll be
certain to enjoy this recipe using
fish.
Oriental Stir-Fry Fish
1 1/2 pounds fish fillets, fresh or::
frozen
1 package (0.8 ounce) stii-fry sea-
soning mix
2 teaspoons all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon soy sauce
3 tablespoons water -
2 tablespoons vegetable oil


DIVE CENTER
30 onmn Ae (0)22-30 Port I.JoF


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Here!


1/2 cup chopped onions .
1/2 cup baby bean sprouts
1 package (12 ounces) stir-fry
mixed vegetables
1 package (2 ounces) slivered al-
monds, toasted
Thaw fls if frozen. Cut into 1
1/2-inch chunks. Combine sea-
soning mix, flour, so sauce, and
water; set aside. In a large skillet
or wok, heat oil over medium
high heat. Add fish and onions;
stir-fry 5 minutes; remove. Stir-
fry bean sprouts and vegetables 2
minutes or until tender but crisp.
Add fish mixture and seasoning
mixture to vegetables in wok. Stir
constantly 2 to 4 minutes, until
sauce thickens and glazes vegeta-
bles. Sprinkle with almonds and
serve at once. Makes four serv-
ings.





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.T2-AND 1641TL-6 Parcnment 4 Drawer 20900 16995 15898 144.95
T2-AND 1621TL-1 Black 2 Drawer 15400 12489 11699 105.98
T2-AND 1621TL.2 Sand 2 Drawer 15400 12489 11699 105.98
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T2-AND 1621TL-5 Desen Saae 2 Drawer 154 1)0 124.89 11699 106.98
T2-AND '1621TL-6 Parchment 2 Drawer 154.00 124.89 116.99 106.98
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T2-AND 1642TL.3 Mercury Gray 4 Drawer 245 00 197 97 185 99 169.96
T2-AND 1642TL-5 Desert Sage 4 Drawer 24500 197 97 18599 169.96
T2-AND 1642TL-6 ParcnmenI 4 Drawer 245.00 197 97' 185 99 169.96
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T2-AND 1622TL-6 Parchment 2 Drawer 174.00 141.09 132.29 119.95


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Fixed .. i1
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File letter or legal size folders in this "
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three wire form dividers. Mercury" :
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STOCK NO. PRICE 1 EA. 2 EA. 3EA. ,
T2-AND FR536-3 642.00 567.65 532.19 486.58


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( Make filing easier with these letter'
size cabinets. 26V/2 deep drawers
feature thumb latches and 10 nylon
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suspension.
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2-DRAWER
T2-HON 312-B Sandalwood 201.00 123.19
T2-HON 312-K Tropic Sand 201.00 123.19
T2-HON 312-L Putty 201.00 123.19
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T2-HON 312-0 Light Gray 201.00 123.19
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T2-HON 314-B Sandalwood 273.00 164.19
T2.HON 314-K Tropic Sand 273.00 164.19
12-HON 314-L Putty 273.00 164.19
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Spacious file will hold letter or legal size files. Also functions as credenza or
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T2-HON 692L-L Putty 2 Drawer 510.00 323.99
T2-HON 694L-K *Tropic Sand 4 Drawer 853.00 541.00
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