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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: December 2, 1993
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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12/31/99
ARCHIVES BINDERY
1508 HWY 431-5
ALBERTVILLE AL 35950


THE


USPS 518-880

FIFTY-SIXTH YEAF


I, NUMBER 14


INDUSTRY DEEP WATER PORT FINE PEOPLE SAFEST BEACHES IN FLORIDA

PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1993


9-Year-Old Rescues Siblings

Prevents More Child Deaths When Mobile Home BurnsFriday Morning
Sherry Foster, who will be 10 ". .
years old in a week, is a genuine- --
hero, following a fire Friday mo-
ing which gutted the mobile home '
in which she and her family lived '
at St. Joe Beach.
Luckily their mobile home
contained, a smoke alarm which .'
sounded a shrill alarm when the -
fire broke out in the home about
4:30 a.m. Friday morning, waking .
her and her smaller brother and
sister, Jimmy, age 7, and Mi-
chael, age 2.
The fire started when the Fos-
ter's decided to have a late snack
after returning home from a night
out. Larry, Foster, a truck driver,
had just returned homeafter a....
period of time. on the road and
the mother, Denise, was partially
incapacitated, by medication she
was taking under a doctor's care.
Denise set a foil pan of turkey
and dressing on the gas range to
warm up. The foil burned
through in short order and juices .,.
leaked down into the flame, set-
ting the kitchen.area on fire: ..-"
Larry Foster ran to his truck
to retrieve a lire extinguisher, but
by the time he came back to the
home he couldn't get inside be-
cause ,of the heat. Mrs. Foster* ..
had managed to get outside.
In the meantime. Sherry Fos- This mobile home, located at St. Joe Beach, inside prevented any further tragedies in Gu
(See HERO on Page 3) burned early Friday morning but a smoke alarm County.




Gulf Signs 6-County Agreement

for M.E. Service; Joins Bay, Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson and Washington


The Gulf County Commission
officially signed a contract Tues-
day 6f last week with five other
area counties to cooperatively op-
-erate an office staffed Wi'Tha Mid--
ical Examiner and his aides.
The consortium. consisting of
Gulf, Bay, Calhoun, Holmes, Jac-
ison and Washington .counties,
has employed Dr. William Eckert
as their Medical Examiner, with
each county paying into the ME
budget at a rate based on popula-
tion. Gulf County's share comes.
to $13.129 per year.
Dr. Eckert fills a vacancy
which has existed for more than a
year, with the resignation of the
last ME, Dr. Richard Syber, of
Panama City.
Gulf County is required by
law to 'have autopsies performed
on all.deaths'not attended by a
physician. In. Gulf County this
amounts' to an expenditure of an
average of $11.034 per year. D tr-
ing'the past year. all County au-
topsies have been performed by a
Tallahassee pathological firm.
ADDITIONAL PRISON
Gulf' County will officially
sanctions an effort by the. Wewa-
hitchka Chamber of Commerce to


secure an additional state prison
work camp or annex, at the site
of the Gulf Correctional Instilu-
tion, north of Wewahitchka.
The Chamber, under the di-
rection of Carolyn Husband, pres-
ident, has actively started pursu-


meet with Rep. Trammell and De-
partment of Corrections director,.
Harry Singletary in the near fu-
tuire. to discuss-Gulfs request. .
Commissioner Billy Traylor
said the work camp installation
will mean more to Gulf County In
additional jobs than the annex,'
with the Gulf County delegation
aiming for the work camp as their
choice. .


Traylor went on to say he
thought Gulf County has an ex
cellent chance to snare the addl
Uonal state facility. "It's going
;somewhere. It had just as well be
her in Gulf County," he said.
COUNTY HAS A LOGO!
Gulf County finally has an
identification logo, chosen in a
contest last month, which will be
(See AGREEMENT on_ Page 3]


Letters to Santa will be

Printed In Christmas Issue


Gulf County's new logo
ing the .prison facility, through
the Gulf County delegation in the
Legislature. Senator Pat Thomas
and Representative Robert Tram-
mell.
The Commission, along with
the Wewahitchka Chamber, will


The Star will print all
letters to Santa Claus again
this year, as has been our
custom in the past. The let-
ters will be published in our.
Christmas issue.
But We must have
them in advance so they can
be' set up in type and be
ready to place in the'pages
as they are put together the
week before our Christmas
issue is published.


Every year, we have en-
tire classes writing letters to
Santa aiid they are welcome..
We just ask that 'you write
them far enough In advance
to allow us to prepare them
for print.
We want them all! So, get
busy kids and get those let-
ters into our office by Thurs-
day, December 16. We'll hap-
pily accept them earlier,
also.,


Festive Day Will


Kick Off Holiday


Season Saturday


1 With Santa Claus

Activities Start at 10:30;
Parade Set for 4:30 P.M.


SANTA CLAUS WILL BE paying his annual official visit to
Port St. Joe Saturday afternoon in a large and interesting parade
at 4:30 p.m., but before he gets here, people in Port St. Joe will
have a full day of celebrating under their belts as they make a
gala day of it all day Saturday.
Activities begin at 10:30, and there will be something to do
all day long, in addi- ,
tion to getting at the
Christmas shopping
chore.
But back to Santa
for a moment. The old
gentleman will be in
Poirt St. Joe all day'
long to enjoy the ac-
tivities. visit children ._ _
and allow children to
have their picture
- : made with 'the celeb- ... "
j rity. Picture sessions ----
f St. Joe Motel and ,.
continue until 12:00 .-
[even Santa. Claus
-t has to eat lunch] and
resume at 2:00 p.m.
until 3:00 p.m., when /
he has to leave and A
get ready for the pa- ..... '--
rade.
During all this time a craft and gift festival will be going on in
downtown Port St. Joe for the adults to enjoy. The craft booths
e will be augmented by food booths located throughout the city
- dispensing everything from barbecued chicken to tuna fish
I- sandwiches.
g .' Live entertainment will be featured-akrdind the Christmas
tree, next to the City Hall from 1:00 to 4:00, for guests to visit as
they please during the afternoon.
'Kids will enjoy live pony rides and everyone can take part in
the "Orbotron", a mechanical ride being brought to Port St. Joe
by the Merchants Association. All rides will be free.
THE BIG PARADE will be the largest one in several. years,
according to Tonya Nixon, who has been the chairman of Festi-
val Day arrangements. Bob Bearden, parade chairman says, the
annual holiday march will begin promptly at 4:30. Bearden said
he and others will be monitoring the entire route of the floats,
bands, horses, special entries, antique cars and other unique
entries as they make their way north on Reid Avenue and south
on Williams Avenue. 'We're going to be trying to keep children
from the path of the parade because of the extreme danger of
them getting hurt. A child was run over and killed in a recent
Panama City Christmas parade and we certainly don't want that
happening here. We want people to be spectators, enjoying the
parade, and not statistics," Bearden said. Because of the danger
there will be no candy thrown from floats to tempt into darting
into the street to recover it. ,
A TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY will begin at approximately,
5:30 after the parade, which will feature singers from choirs
from the area churches presenting carols and other Christmas
music. The music program will continue for about a half hour,
when Mayor Frank Pate will turn on the lights to the giant
Christmas tree as a climax to the day's activities.


Intracoastal Waterway Imporant Link for Five States


The importance of the Gulf
Intracoastal Waterway (GIWW). to.
the Eastern Gulf and the Mobile
area was a major topic of. discus-
sion at'the 88th Annual Conven-
tion of the Gulf Intracoastal Ca-
nal Association (GICA). GICA met
recently with the American Wa-
terways Operators, Southern Re-
gion at Point Clear, Alabama.
The GIWW extending 1,200
miles from St. Marks, Florida to
Brownsville, Texas is a shallow
draft waterway linking' together
the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee
and Flint Rivers, the Mississippi
River and ports along the coast of
Louisiana and Texas. Last year
the GIWW carried 115 million
tons of cargo, making it the third
busiest waterway in the nation.
Of this, 24 million tons moved in
barges on the GIWTW east of New
Orleans.
The importance of the GIWW
to Eastern Gulf ports,, industries
and, power plants was stressed by
a.panel of speakers.


products.
Beginning in July 1994, im-
ported coal will be received at the
McDuffy Terminal in 'Mobile,
blended with domestic coal and
shipped by barge on the GIWW to


Gulf Power Company generating
plants in Florida.
Lane Gilchrist, General Man-
ger of Fuel and Environmental Af-
fairs for Gulf Power Cpmpany of
Pensacola, told the meeting that


his firm is heavily dependent
upon the Gulf Intracoastal Water-
ways (GIWW) to supply up to 7
millions tons of coal a year to its
power plants in Florida.
These seven million tons of


coal' are part of the 51 million
tons of cargo that moves on wa-
terways within the Mobile District
of the U.S. Army Corps of Engi-
neers according to Major Dennis
Heuer, Deputy Mobile District


Engineer. Heuer reported that
40% of the cargo moving on wa-
terways in the Mobile District Is
shipped on the GIWW, making it
the most important waterway in
the District.
The importance of the GIWW
as an economical transportation
route for the Eastern Gulf was
highlighted in a presentation by
Tom Michie, Manager of Market-
ing for Warrior 8 Gulf Navigation
Company of Chickasaw, Ala-
bama. He pointed out that "using
the GIWW from New Orleans to
the Birmingham area continues
to show freight rate saving on
most commodities over competing
rail and truck measured door to
door".
Homer B. Hirt, Jr., GICA Sec-
retary, of Sneads, served as mod-
erator on the panel. Hirt, who has
been involved in improvements
on the Apalachicola, Chatta-
hoochee, Flint Rivers for many
years pointed out the navigation
on these rivers is totally depen-
dent upon the GIWW to connect


According to panelist John "river ports in the area with other
Carey, Assistant Port Director for parts of the country.
Administration of Alabama Statep
Docks in Mobile, 33 million tons -DREDGING IMPERATIVE
of general cargo that comes to the All news for the Eastern Gulf
Alabama State Docks by barge, was not as optimistic. Major
approximately 50% goes via the Heuer and Walter B. Stevenson,
Intracoastal Waterway." Among .. ..Jr., Chief of the Office of Water
the products shipped by barge on ---... Resources, Alabama Department
the GIWW are wood products, Material Transfer's coal shipment installation here in duct its operations. Coal is shipped via the Waterway to of Economic and Community Af-
coal, steel, grain and petroleum Port St. Joe depends on the Intracoastal Waterway to con- Port St. Joe and off-loaded on railroad cars. (See WATERWAY on Page 3)
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THE STAR
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1993


Smoke Kills!
IT SEEMS AS IF SUDDENLY everyone is concerned over the
number of people-especially children-meeting death in mobile
home fires. The concern has resulted in a rash of articles urging
Residents of homes, and especially mobile homes, to install
smoke alarms for their own safety. One article candidly pointed
out 'that the alarms wouldn't put out a fire, but they will give a
shrill warning when. even a small amount of smoke is detected in
a dwelling, thus alerting the residents to possible danger.
That is enough warning to save lives. People become horrified
by the thought of children "burning" up in a fire inside a home.
'The truth is, rarely does anyone "burn up". 'Ninety-nine out of a
hundred victims are dead before the fire even reaches them. You
see, a person merely has to get a little smoke in his lungs and
his life is snuffed out. If a person is asleep when fire breaks out,
the smoke* can-and usually does-kill the sleeper before he
awakens. He or she die in their sleep, overcome by smoke.
YOU SEE THE NEED for smoke detectors? It's the smoke in
the early moments of a fire which kills! A smoke detector gives
ample warning to get out of a building before being overcome by
smoke.
Looking back through The Star's files for the past year, to de-
termine just how many people had died in Gulf County in fires
during the past year, we discovered one more than we remem-
bered. We could remember nine in three fires from Mexico Beach
and Gulf County; seven children and two adults. But wait, there
was another mobile home fire fatality last year. A Highland View
man was overcome by smoke and died in his mobile home just
five days prior to Thanksgiving.
That's a grand total of 10 people in a year, meeting death by
fire in a dwelling within a radius of 22 miles in a sparsely settled
rural county. That's criminal!
NEMOURS CLINIC IS urging that you have a smoke alarm
installed in your home this holiday season; especially if you re-
side in a mobile home. They are making this suggestion in an ef-
fort to prevent any additional child deaths due to fire. The Star
joins Nemours in this effort to get every child .protected from this
particular danger to small lives. Even as we were writing this
piece for the editorial page we learned of another mobile home
fire containing children. This time, however, the dwelling con-
tained a smoke alarm, sounding the alarm and waking the chil-
dren so they could get out. A success story for smoke alarms!
A funeral can cost $2,500 for a simple service but a
smoke alarm costs approximately $10.00.


Convenience
ISN'T IT STRANGE HOW the opponents to NAFTA used al-
most the same arguments against the pact that those who advo-
cate shopping at home use at this time of the year, as we are
getting into the Christmas-shopping season?
Opponents to NAFTA saw the deal with our neighbors-
mostly to the south-as a measure which would cost us valuable
jobs because the shopping emphasis would shift to Mexico and
its cheap labor. There was none of this "It's my money, I can
spend it for the least expensive goods if I want to. There's noth-
ing wrong with saving money." How many times have you heard,
this? What arguments did you hear against this position in the
days of arguing over NAFTA?
Boosters of home towns are offering the same argument the
boosters of NAFTA did. They were such arguments as: You get
value out of shopping at home which will balance out and even
surpass the few cents saved from shopping in a giant discount
store. You save time for the most part and time is money in'
,the raw! /
You get the merchant's personal guarantee you are getting
value received and-most important of all-he takes the mer-
chandise back if it is found to be faulty. Your local merchant
spends a considerable amount of the profits he has made from
his sales to you in bettering his community through taxes paid,
direct donations to this cause or that one, through aid to our
schools, churches, civic activities. Think of an attribute'in your
community and think of whether or not it could exist without
money-where does that money come from and would you care
to be without that particular additive to your life-style.
THERE'S ANY NUMBER OF good solid reasons' to at least
give your local merchant an opportunity to fill your needs before
you go out of town. If he can't, even he won't mind if you go else-
where to make that purchase. In fact, he will probably make a
suggestion as to where you might obtain a particular item for
the best value and with the greatest dependability in the source
of supply.
Shopping first at home boosts your home town and makes it
a solid performer in providing your needs in the most convenient
manner. Aren't we all looking for convenience?


bunker Down with Kes


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I can tell you exactly when
and where my fascination with
twins began. It was the summer
of 1960 and I was working at the
swimming pool just "up the road"
from my house. Y.D. Moore let
his granddaughters, who were
visiting from Nashville, walk
down the street for a swim. They


by Kesley Colbert


Welcome, Mary Beth and Dixie Faye


were about eight or nine. cute as
a button, smiled all the time.
could swim like fishes, were extra
polite, their tan little faces were
lit up by pearly white teeth and
who could ever forget those big-
:as-a-half-dollar laughing brown
eyes ....
Gray and Floy Oliver looked
just exactly alike! I'd never seen
anything like it! And I wasted no
time in making some new
friends....
'You girls stand right here." I
examined their faces very careful-
ly. I looked in Gray's ear. 'There's


nothing In your head Floy got It
all! You're just a robot made to
look like your sister! I get it now,
there's only one of you!"
Both girls would roar with
laughter.
"If one of you falls and busts
a knee, does the other one hurt,
too?" I
"Not unless," Gray spoke
right up like they'd been asked
this question before, "Floy bites
me on the knee while I'm helping
her up."
More laughter.
Some days Gray would wear


the blue suit and Floy the red
one. Other days they would
switch them just to confuse me. I
couldn't tell them apart until
they'd come out of the water for a
candy break. I'd buy, of course.
Gray got the Zag-Nut, every time.
They came down to say good-
bye when their two weeks were
up. I hated to see them go. First
twins I'd ever been around ....
I heard them the next sum-
mer before I saw them. "Mr. Kes-
ley."
"Mr. Kesley."
"MR. KESLEY."
They climbed up on the life
guard stand and peered into my
ears, one on each side, and then
looked at each other, "No wonder
he can't tell us apart-there's
nothing in there."
Twins are very special people.
A year or so later the movie
Parent Trap came out starring
Haley Mills and Haley Mills. I fell
absolutely, hopelessly, head over
heels in love for the first time in
my life. Shoot, I thought walking
home after sitting through the
movie twice, if I could only find
me a girl like that....
Several years later I married
a beautiful young lady who could
turn up that little nose and get
that sly grin Cathy looked a
lot like Haley Mills! Of course,
you understand, it was just a co-
incidence.
When I was a junior in high
school the DeMorton twins, Janie
and Jeanie, moved in from Rocky
Mount, North Carolina. You
couldn't. tell them apart, either.
But they were different. Janie
was pretty straight-laced and
nice. Very proper. Eddie Carden
said that Jeanie would get in the
back seat with you and kiss you
right on the mouth.
I saved up my money, bor-
rowed Nickey Stafford's old Ford,
made sure they were showing a
movie at the drive-in and called
up the DeMorton house. "Could I
speak to Jeanie, please?"
The man who shot Liberty
Valance hadn't even got to It,6"W
yet as I eased my armn around he
shoulder. I leaned a little closer to
reach the popcorn-
"Kes, Jeanie didn't feel good
tonight so I came in her place; I
hope'you don't mind."
Cathy and I wanted twin
boys. We already had the names
picked out, Hank and Lefty. I
started buying two of everything
they would need-two ball gloves,
two bats, two football helmets .;.
Listen, God is smarter than all of
us. ONE Josh Colbert is near
'bout more than we can handle
I taught school for years wait-
ing for some twins to come along.
And wouldn't you know it, when
they finally did, I'm not sure they
were normal. After a few months ''
I'd just give Brenda and Linda
one test paper and let 'em both
work on it-they were going, to
make the same grade anyhow.
And we loved to stand 'them side
by side and ask, "Now, which is
the daughter and which is the
(See KESLEY Page 3)


Credit Cards Due for a Workout at the Christmas Season
RIGHT HERE AT Christmas pursed his lips and exhaled. He ping season were it not for Mr. from offering itself.up for t
time there are things which are g looked at me and said, "You Mastercard or Vivacious Visa or of supported commerce
important, some things oneU know, you really ought to start an Honorable Honor. past.
wouldn't do without and some .. editorial campaign against cards I had to wonder, considering There's nothing quite
things which are indispensable. .- especially credit cards!" John's suggestion, "John, where thetic as a dog-eared cred
'One of these thin'ts is cre-dit -- ...


cards. To some they are more im-
portant than to others.
Would you want to do with-
out your credit cards during the
Christmas season? I certainly
would. I'm not that interested in.
re-priming the economy to the
point of going "ape" here at
Christmas time with my Visa. I
haVe enough trouble deciding
what to get the people on my
shopping list at Christmas time,
but if I were to unleash the power
of 'The Card" to help solve that
problem, there is no telling what
would transpire.
More than likely there would
be :a lot bought which nobody
would want to receive for Christ-
mas or at any other time.

BUT, AS FOR DOING away


with credit cards ...
The other day, I gave grand-
son A. J. a ride to the library to
check out some books and while I
was standing around waiting in-
side, John Thorpe came in. If you
don't know John Thorpe, you
should make it your purpose to
meet him. He's a nice man.
John operates the Lighthouse
Utilities out at the south Gulf
County beaches. He's the man
who sends out the bills, collects
the money, turns the water on
and off and a dozen and one oth-
er tasks.
John and I .greeted one an-
other and John began to fumble


By Wesley Ramsey THAT WAS AN IDEA which
B might not be so far-fetched .after
all, but here at Christmas time?
Let's not be so rash. or brash!
through his wallet, hunting his.li- What would Christmas be
brary card. He found a gasoline I like, do you suppose, if we didn't
credit card, a charge card, a :have credit cards? We'd all be rel-
couple of store's private cards, a egated to buying only those gifts
receipt for his dry cleaning, and a we could afford or buying only
playing card. from merchants who would trust
No library card. us to run up a small debt. That
So, he .started the hunt '. might curtail our buying before
again. Another credit card 4 we made the pnd of our gift-
showed up, this. time he found an'. buying list. Somebody might be
expired gasoline credit card, a left out of receiving a gift from
card with an address written on it some of us.
but he didn't know which city the Doing away with credit
address was located in. He threw j. cards? That's worse than the
that one away. thought of the Grinch who stole
After going through his cards Christmas!
two or three times, he said some- Hardly anybody could make
thing saintly .under his breath, 'it through the Christmas shop-
*' i


Is your Chrisutmas. spiriltl our
generosity at Christmas time!
Your sense of good will!"

JOHN WAS STILL exasperat-
ed over not being able to come up
with his library card, not knowing
the ideas he was stirring up in
my head. He might be only ex-
pressing his consternation and
not really serious about doing
away with credit cards at Christ-
mas time.
-I'll wager and cover it
with my credit card that even
John buys a Christmas gift on oc-
casion, using his credit card. The
ones I saw hanging out of his wal-
let during his search, looked pret-
ty worn and dog-eared to me.
They looked as if they were vete-
rans of several Christmases past.
One even had a corner broken off,


he sake
in the

so pa-
[it card


unless IL uis one wh ci las ueen
re-called after a .zip through the
machine to see whether its credit
is, indeed, actually worth the face
of the card.
JOHN HAD A GOOD idea,
you understand. It might be an
idea whose time had not yet
come, but a good idea neverthe-
less.
Unknowingly, he had hit
upon the answer to the national
debt. If you can't find the right
card, don't buy! I don't have too
much experience buying with a
credit card. I'm really not sure if
mine is sound or not.
John's idea may be a little
premature at this time of this
month, but if we wait until De-
cember 26 to drop the hammer, it
will be too lately


r r-. St. Joseph Bay
Date Time Ht. Time Ht.
Dec. 03 12:02 a.m. H 1.5 10:38 a.m. L -0.3
Dec. 04 12:42 a.m. H 1.4 11:03 a.m. L -0.2
Dec. 05 1:07 a.m. H 1.4 11:18 a.m. L 0.0
S..Dec. 06 1:12 a.m. H 0.9 10:54 a.m L 0.2
8:05 p.m. H 0.7
Dec. 07 9:07 a.m. L 0.3 6:51 p.m. H 0.9
Dec. 08 4:51 a.m. L 0.1 6:50 p.m. H 1.2
. Dec. 09 5:09 a.m. L -0.2 7:15 p.m. H 1.4)


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The Window Over The Kitchen Sink
Several times before, in this space,.I have written about differ-
ent, unusual places in the American Southern home. Several times
I mentioned the importance of the almost extinct front porch and
its importance to quality family life. One time I pointed out that al-
most all homes have a 'Junk drawer" where everything from nuts
and bolts to tractor parts are stored, just so they willbe handy if
you can't find them where .they should be. ....
STo the best of my memory, dear hearts, I don't believe I have
ever, in my almost.ten years of writing this column, mentioned the
importance of the WINDOW OVER THE KITCHEN SINK, hereafter
known as WOTKS. Perhaps you haven't given it much thought, but
the WOTKS is Just as important as the bathroomss, the laundry
room, or the kitchen itself. Let me explain.
Almost all Southern homes have a window or two over the
kitchen sink. The window usually faces the back of the house, but I
have' seen some that face the front. Our WOTKS is on the back of
our house. I have seen a few homes that didn't have a WOTKS. If
yours is one of them, I feel sorry for you and your family, because
you are missing a lot of what's happening in the outside world.
You may not realize it, but much of the "standing time" at home
is spent by someone in front of.the sink, looking out the WOTKS.
That's why the window was put there, so the person working at the
sink would have something to look at besides a wall. It's important
that one's mind be occupied with something other than washing
dishes or preparing a meal when one is doing such work. Believe
nie, men, it's true, arid I can say that with the conviction of experi-
ence.
The WOTKS in our home serves many purposes. Since most
people who come to our home come to the back door, we can look
out the WOTKS and see ,vho it is. And it's particularly useful since
we don't have d doorbell, and it's hard to hear someone knocking
on the door downstairs. We can just raise the WOTKS and scream,
"Come on in!" .,
The inside ledge'of the'WOTKS also serves a useful purpose. It's
a second place for run-overs from the "junk drawer". Almost every-
thing, that Is found and doesn't have a place is usually placed on
the ledge. As I write this article, there is a fish hook, a hair braid, a
pencil, theltop to the cat f6od can (plastic). a tall glass from Ange-
Slo's, and a device that is used for heaven knows what. There is also
a potted plant of some kind sitting there that appears to need some
water or sunshine. When company comes, we usually put all this
,stuff inrthe jiunik drawer, except the potted plant, of course.
Oh yes. there was a small pile of loose change there, but I put it
in my pocket. .
SThe WOTKS is a good place to stand and drink coffee early in
the morning. From our WOTKS we can see what's going on at the
Scout Hut, who's driving up or down Tenth Street, and from it I can
Watch the street light across the street and in front of the Scout Hut:
go out each time our air conditioner comes on. We also get a good
view of the baseball games played during the summer, and watch
the people trash our yard as they go to and from them.
I have spent many hoius standing in front of our WOTKS.
drinking coffee in the early morning and contemplating the future
and what it holds for our family. Some fathers, I'm told. do things
like that while mom and the children are asleep. There's something
therapeutic about a cup of coffee in the early morning while staring
out the WOTKS. .
The WOTKS is a very important part of any home. I hope you
have one and use it often.


Hero ...-.


ter, who had been alerted hb -the
smoke alarm jumped up to see-
what was going on, opened the
bedroom door and was met by a
wall 'of smoke. She immediately
grabbed her oldest brother and
led him outside, then went back

County to -Ho6ld
Workshlips
The Qulf County Building'De-
partment.will.host- two workshops
fo4- contractors-and other interest-
ing persons' concerning recently
building code changes 'and new
land development regulations.
The first of two workshops will be
held Thursday. December 2, -at
6:30 P.M. EST in the Cominissfonr
Meeting Room at the Gulf County
Courthouse. The second- w6rk-
shop will be held .at' the,, Gulf
Coast Electnric Coop in Wewa-
hitchka at 6:00 P.M. CST on De'-
cember 9. For .more information.
call 229-8944.-

Shop St. Joe Merchants -they
support you.

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(L-R) Tessa Goff, Director of Nursing; Chad Means, Emergency Medical' Technician; Jo Anne Wil-
son, Director of South Guif Emergency Services; Brian Upton, Administrator; Dr. Charles Stark, Medi-
cal Director; Jim Deas, Certified Physician's Assistant; Barbara Mcubbin, Paramedic; Scott Baker,
Emergency Medical Technician; Jean Engman, Emergency Medical Technician.


South Gulf ,Medical Upgrades


to Advanced Cardiac Support
Brian Upton, Adminstrator of means of Life Suipport en route to possible care. We can now pro-
Gulf Pines Hospital made a for- the Hospital rather than waiting vide this for our community. Jo
inal announcement Monday. No- until arriving at the Emer'ency Anne Wilson, Director of' the
vember 29th concerning the re- Room to perfonn these nital du- Emergency Medical Services of
cent upgrade of the South Gulf ties. South Gulf County said "it's been
Emergency Medical Services. Up- a long six year battle and I'm very
ton said, "We are now accredited Jim Deas, Physician Assist- proud that the fight has now
in Advance Cardiac Life Support." ant-said, "This will save several been won." This will enable the
Dr. Charles Stark. Medical lives." "The Golden Hour," as citizens of South Gulf County to
Director explained this means Deas explained. "is the most im- have Advanced Medical Care in
that the Emergency Medical StalT portant after an accident occurs the field sa% ina time and in many
can, now perform advanced for the patient to receive the best cases lives.'


Agreement
from Page 1
placed on all County equipment
and materials.
The new logo was selected in
a contest which attracted nearly
50 entries of various designs and
shapes. The winning design was
submitted by Willie Holland and
earned her $250.00 for her ef-
forts. The logo design recognizes
Gulf County's involvement in
manufacturing, forest products,
recreation and tourism.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other items of business
considered by the Commission:
-The Board announced that
10 applications had been received
for the position of Veterans Ser-
vice Officer. The selection process
will be through the process of
elimination by interviews of the
applicants.
-Attorney Pat Floyd present-
ed the first draft of an addition to
the building ordinance. The addi-
tion would require a permit for
contractor roof applicators. A
building owner may apply a roof
to his own building without a per-
mit. The change was required by
the state building code and was
initiated as a result of Hurricane
Andrew.

Committee to
Meet Monday
The Downtown Redevelop-
ment Committee will meet Mon-
day, December 6, at 6:30 p.m. at
the City Hall.
I The called meeting is being
held for members to make final
decisions concerning the redevel-
opment plans which are being
prepared in their final stage be-
fore December '30. All members
are urged to be present.


Waterway-oPage 1


fairs, both expressed grave con-
cern about the devastating eco-
nomic impact. that would result



Kesley
from Page 2
mother?"
What an incredible fun year
And I wish I had a nickel for


., every massage. hair cut, and.ka-
rate chop rub down I've given to
"7 "- Ryan and'AKsley Stephens ....
Twins are very special.
from Page 1 Let me tell you about some
one else who's kinda' special to
nme. Once, when I was about to
into the smoke-lilled mobile home starve. Christy Maige cared
to rescue her two-year-old broth- enough to come to the house and
er. Her mother and father were save my life with a fried chicken.
out in the yard incapacitated by This was years and years ago.
smoke from trying to put the fire when Christy was in high school.
out. Cathy had gone off to yet still an-
The St. Joe Beach Fire De- other family reunion, and I was
apartment arrived at about' that" left to hold the fort. The boys and
tine and quickly brought the fire I hadn't eaten for three days. and
under control, limiting the blaze Chris took pity on us. We smoked
Sto theinterior of the structure, up the house, got grease and that
The living area was gutted byv white stuff you roll chicken In be-
ilames and smoke and water de- fore you cook it everywhere. But.
:t sroyed the remainder of the '*' boy howdy., we ate good!, -
home. ... A couple of Saturdays ago
,. Charles Guilford, who owns Christy had the great honor and
the rental unit, located in a U-ai l-:,' privilege of giving birth to twin
er park at DeSoto and Americus,'.? girls. What a blessed day! I ran
said the home was about 70 per- into my kitchen, over by the
cent destroyed. ____ ,... stove, and gave out a shout. I
Neighbors. Ed and Kay Bailey think they named the girls Mary
called in the fire alarm, when Beth and DLxde Faye. I'm happy to
they were awakened by the fire .-'report that Daddy., Mother, and
and the shouting. babies are doing well.
SThe children were taken to. Those two young ladles don't
the -Sea" Ranch-' Motel at Mexico" .have any idea how lucky they are.
Beach for the night and- the par-* What a lifetime of joy lays before
ents were placed under observa- each of themr-hey, and a sister
tion for smoke inhalation. .to share it with ...
The.. Foster family l6st all' I can't wait to see 'em. First
tleir' belongings, but the .smoke thing I'm doing is peer deep'down,
alanin saved the lives of their chil- Dixie Faye's ear. I'm finding out
dren. right off which is the robot ....
S ... Twins are very, very special.
.Happy Trails,
S, Mr. Kesley


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.. Earthworms Crickets Wrigglers
Full Line Of Tackle
.;.. Open 6 a.m. Monday-Saturday
Sunday 6:30-2:30' '
Danny's Sporting Goods
306 Reid' Aenue Port St. Joe
229-8933


from dredging being stopped on
the Tombigbee, Warrior and Ala-
bama Rivers if critical habitat is
designated for the Alabama stur-
geon.
They esutmated that 22 mil-
lion tons of cargo would have to
be shifted to higher cost rail and
truck transportation with an ad-
ditional transportation cost of
$69 million per year.
Another panel discussed the
proposed extension of the Gulf In-
tracoastal Waterway into Mexico.
-'Members of, the panel, included
Miguel Rubianio Reyna, Secretary,
Department of Industrial Devel-
opment, Commerce and Tourism
of Tamaulipas State, Mexico,
which is, endeavoring to extend
the .waterway to Tampico and
Mauricio Porraz, General Secre-/
tary of the Mexican Academy of
Sciences in Mexico City. This ex--
tension would give Eastern Gulf
ports and industries direct access
to Mexican markets via the GIWW
without having to transship cargo
to deep draft ocean-going ships.
New members elected to the
GICA Board of Directors include
Sandra V'andagriff, Executive Di-
rector, Tri Rivers Waterway Devel-
opment Association. Dothan. Ala-
bama. Ms. V'andagriff is the first
woman to serve on GICA's Board
of Directors. She has a back-
ground in water transportation
and economic development.
John Mixon. General Manag-
er, Warrior & Gulf Navigation
Company and H.RA "Rudy" Ethe-
ridge. Port Director at Panama.
City were re-elected GICA Vice
Presidents of their respective
states, and Homer Hirt was re-
elected GICA Secretary.


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Board to Meet
In New Office
The will be a School Board
meeting on Tuesday, December
7, at 9 a.m. at the Board's new of-.
fice, located at 502 Niles Road
(behind Port St Joe High School)
Say You Saw It In The Star!


S Over'1,000 Christmas Lights Adorn Our Beautiful Landscaped Entrance.

For more 'information about Cape Plantation, stop by our
Christmas booth on December 4, where we'll be
-giving away free:gifts to children.
We s-til hae'.e./ dr neirlosqab


\, We still have'd few 1/2 acre interior lots available,
but only two Fairway lots .. so,'hurry!



Leonard Costin, Developer
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. DEC. 2, 1993


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Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Julius of
Port St. Joe request the honor of
your presence at the marriage of
their daughter, Tinnie Demetica
Julius, to Claude Donell Lewis on
Saturday, December 11th, at four
p.m. at New Bethel A.M.E.


Church, Ave C, Port St. Joe.
The reception will immediately
follow, at David Jones Recreation
Center.
All friends and, family are in-
vited to attend.


Jr. Miss Contestants Named


Gulf County Senior Citizens
Association is sponsoring the
27th Annual Junior Miss Pageant
for Gulf County.
Standards of excellence are
how the young ladies are evaluat-
ed and selected to compete in this
scholastic selection pageant. The
contestants will compete for the
Gulf County Junior Miss title and
cash awards. The areas of compe-
tition are: panel evaluation, scho-
lastic achievement (overall GPA 9-,
12), physical fitness, creative and
performing arts, and presence

Holiday

Tour of

Homes Set
The United Methodist Women
will be sponsoring a holiday tour
of homes on December 11 from 2-
5 p.m. The tour will begin at First
United Methodist Church fellow-
ship hall. There will be refresh-
ments served and a tour of the
beautifully decorated sanctuary.
The tour will proceed to the
following homes: Carl and Mae
Phillips;- Gary Carlsten, Helen
Ramsey-Carlsten, and Paula Ram-
sey; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene "Gus"
Griffin and Adam; Mr. and Mrs.
Greg Todd, Meghan, and Mere-
dith.


and composure.
The program will be held in
the Port St. Joe Elementary
School Auditorium on January 8,
1994, at 7 p.m. EST.
A new addition to the pro-
gram is the "Little 'Sisters". Each
contestant will. ask a little girl of
her choice .to present her with a
flower on stage that evening.
The young ladies that were
selected to represent Port St. Joe
High School, Faith Christian High
School, and 'Wewahitchka High
School in the Junior Miss Pro-
gram for 1994 are:


Jamie Parrish, Caroline Lis-
ter, Kristi Davis, Traci Peiffer,
Dana Maige, Megan Dean, Erin
Oliver, Latasha Foxworth, Nichole
Wilder, Heather Walsh, Stephanie
Norris, Jennifer Clark, Joni Peak,
Elisa Eyslee, Shannan Antley,
Jenny Acree, Shelley Fettinger,
Kara Hogue, Pausha Pendarvis,
Melissa Anderson, Kendra McDa-
niel, Rusty Mihger, Sherry Fen-
nell, Jill Bryan, Sherry Bolden,
Julie Johnson, Tammy Davis,
Mari Goodrich, Heather Goodwin,
Jessica Hayes, Tonya Johnson,
Connie Lanier, Amy Rich, and Ca-


thy Tremain.
If there are any questions
concerning the program, please
contact Sandra Cannon, program
director, at 229-6739, or Jerry
Stokoe, Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens Association Director, at 229-
8466.
The pictures for the Jr. Miss
Pageant brochure and newspaper
article will be taken on December
7, at 2:30 EST at the Library in
the Port St. Joe Elementary
School.
Please call 229-8466.for more
information.


Garden Club Plans

Annual Christmas Gala


The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will hold their Christmas covered
dish luncheon on Thursday, De-
cember 9th, at 12:30 p.m. ET at
the Garden Center on 8th Street.
The hostesses are Elaine
Jackson, Frenchie Ramsey, and
Anna Lindener, who will have
charge of the luncheon and the
decorating.
Tim Ard from Ard's Florist
will 'show and demonstrate The
New ideas For Christmas Decorat-


ing in 1993. Mr. Ard will answer
questions and help with any ar-
rangement problems.
All Garden Clubber's are cor-.
dially invited to come and to
bring guests to enjoy this Christ-
mas season with good food and
fellowship.
Remember, for original
Christmas decorations and lovely
gifts, come to the Garden Center
Saturday, December 4, at 8 a.m.
ET. Get there early for bargains
and good food.


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David Davis and Elizabeth
Sanchez Davis are proud to an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Ashton Marie. She was born
on November 4th at 2:02 a.m. at
Gulf Coast Hospital. She weighed
7 lbs., 5.6 oz. and was 20 1/2
inches long.
Maternal grandparents are
Margaret 'Bland of Hattiesburg,
Mississippi, and Larry Canpon of
Cleveland, Ohio. Paternal grand-
parents are Marie Davis and Paul
Davis, both of Port 'St. Joe.


Free Weight

Control For

Teens Set
Nemours Children's Clinic of
Port St. Joe will be offering a
FREE weight control program for
boys and,girls 12-16 years old.
The program's goal is to help
teens work and accomplish
weight control and a healthy life-
style., .
This will be a combined pro-
grain of diet and exercise on a
three month trial basis. If suffi-
cient interest is demonstrated, it
will be continued beyond the
three month period.
The Nemours Clinic is joining
with the Gulf County Public
Health .Unit Nutritionist to pro-
vide information and help to all in
the 12-16 age bracket who will
commit to working with them for
three months.
No registration is necessary-.
just be there at 4 p.m. on'
Wednesday, beginning January
5, 1994. For more information,
call 227-7100.



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Christmas Party
For GCREA
The Gulf County Retired Edu-
cators Association annual Christ-
mas party will be on Tuesday, De-
cemnber 7, 3:00 p.m., at the home
of Jacque Price. Hostesses will be
Jacque Price and Sadie Gardner.
All retired educators are cordially
invited.

Erica's Dancing
In Nutcracker
Sunday, Dec. 12
Erica Ailes, 11 year old
daughter of Joy and Ned Ailes of
St. Joe Beach, will be dancing in
the Sunday, December 12 perfor-
mance of "The Nutcracker", a
family Christmas tradition, which
will ;be performed at 2:00 p.m.
(C.S.T.) at the Panama City Mari-
na Ci il- Cenrtel.
Erica is a fourth year gifted
student who 'dances on scholar-
ship with the Northwvest Florida
Ballet Gifted Training'Program. In
this year's "Nutcracker," she will'
dance in, the opening act party
scene as a little girl" and in act
two as one of Mother Ginger's
children. This is Erica's fourth
consecutive year of participation
in "The Nutcracker," She has per-
formed similar roles in the past
and has understudied the lead,
children's role of Clara on two oc-
casions.
Advance tickets for the pres-
entation are on sale in Port St.
Joe at th'e Kids Instructional Day
Service (K.I.D.S) and at the Mari-
na Civic Center Box Office. Tick-
ets the day of the performance
will be slightly higher. Children
and adults will not want-to.miss
this 'ear s perfonnance.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1993 PAGE 5A

CHILDREN'S HEALTH FORUM

Parents, Children,
& Overindulgence


By
'. Elizabeth C. Jones, M.D.
With the approach of the holidays, parents need to give specific
thought to the age appropriateness of their gifts and those from
other family members to the children in the family. Parents tend to
buy too much, and in their eagerness, often buy items that are too
advanced for the child's age.
No parent should spend beyond his ability to pay for gifts.
When parents take out Christmas loans and buy excessively, the
child never learns the value of anything, and they become adults
expecting an inflated standard of living that becomes a rude awak-
ening when they have to supply the funds to support themselves.
Children do not need their own telephones until they can pay
for them. They never need televisions in their bedrooms.
Parents should refuse to feel inadequate as parents because
they do not furnish everything advertised on television.
The plea is for parents to establish standards and ground rules
of family behavior. Children are always more comfortable and hap-
py if they grow and develop within definite guidelines.
A child will say he wants to play some sport. Without thinking.
the parent will go and buy the most expensive complete equipment
for the sport. A better approach would be to get some second-hand
equipment until the child demonstrates his interest is more than a
passing fancy. If the 'child persists and demonstrates some profi-
ciency the more expensive equipment can be purchased as a reward
for perseverance. You should communicate to your children your
expectations for them to work at tasks that are presented. They
should not stop an activity just because it has become harder. To
persist in an activity that has become hard helps to build character
and responsibility. On the other hand, one should not expect per-
sistence when the situation is an impossible one. To persist with no
possibility of success is demoralizing.
When children express desires for music, gymnastics, and
dance lessons, these should not be started until the child is old
enough to understand he is expected to 'do the expected practice
and attend classes.
Older children will want motor bikes, go carts, guns, and cars.
These are all potentially lethal. Parents should say "No" and mean,
it. Preventing a child from participating in dangerous activities is a
major parental responsibility. The child may complain bitterly, but
at least he is alive to complain. -,


UM Women Hold
Christmas Party
An invitation is extended to
all women in the community to
attend the Women's Annual Com-
munity Christmas Party at FIRST
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
in WEWAHITCHKA on Monday,
December 6. beginning at 6:30
P.M. (central time). So, bring
yourself, your favorite finger food
and a wrapped Christmas gift (no
more than $5.00 in cost), and en-
joy an evening of fellowship, fun
and good food. .


March of Dimes
There will be a March of
Dimes Walk America Awards Cel-
ebration Thursday, December 9,
8:00 A.M. EST at J. Patrick Res-
taurant.


Erica Ailes


Staab Twins
Arrive Nov. 20
In Washington
Mr. and Mrs. David Staab of
Landstuhl, Germany are proud to
Announce, the birth of their twin
daughters on November 20 at
Walter Reed Army Hospital in
Washington,, D.C. They are:
Knrysten McKinley 3 lbs 8 ozs, 16
1/2 inches in lengh and Kaitlen
McKenzie 3 lbs 8 ozs, 16 1/2
Inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Tony and Elaine Maige of Port St.
Joe, Paternal grandparents are
Lois Staab of Port St. Joe and
Terry and, Jacque Staab of Bea-
con Hill. Great grandparents are
J. L. and Hazel Sims and Henry
and Jewel Maige of Port St. Joe
and Vica Kinderknecht of Ellis,
Kansas.


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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1993


Concert
December will be a busy
month for the Music Department
at Port St. Joe High School.
The Concert Choir will be in-
;cluded in Channel 13's "Sound
'of Christmas'. This program will
be aired December 24th at 11:30
p.m. and will consist of the choirs
from Bay, Mosley, Rutherford and
Port St. Joe. The PSJHS Concert
Choir will be filmed on Tuesday,
,December 7th. .
: The Music Department will
present an evening of Christmas
music on Thursday night, Decem-
ber 9th at 7:00 p.m. Performing
in the High School Commons
area will be the Concert Choir,
Beginning Band and the Concert
Band. Make plans now to come
and enjoy and evening of Christ-
mas music.
The Concert Choir has pro-
duced PSJHS's first Cook Book.
The Choir's mothers.were asked
to send in their child's favorite
recipes. You might say that this,
cook book has been "kid tested
and musically approved". This'
book has .over 500 recipes ofV
foods that teenagers will eat.
The cost of the cook book will
be $5.00 each, arid will be sold
the evening of The 'Christmas
Concert. The cook book will make
excellent Christmas gifts.
Thank you for you continued,
Support and encouragement for -
the music programs. The Concert
Choir is under the direction of
Ann Comforter. The choir Presi-
dent is Jenny Acree and the Vice-
presidents are Megan Dean ane
Clay Cox. The bands are undei
the direction of Mitchell Bouing ---
ton, band director.


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Technical Words
The podiatrist uses every-
day, easily understood lan-
guage when discussing foot
conditions with patients.
Sometimes a patient en-
counters a technical word.
Such words are used in po-
diatry, as well as other
medical spheres, for precise
description and brevity.
Some examples and defini-
tions:
Dorsiflexion: Bending a
body part backward, such
as a joint in the foot or an-
kle. It's a leading cause of
injury in sports:
Gait: The way a.person
walks. Many. people have
trouble walking or running
because of misaligned foot
action. This is correctable.
Phalanges: The small
bones of the toes. The 14
phalanges in each foot are
easily injured and may be
affected by the disorder.
Hallux: The big toe,: the
usual site of bunions, gout,
and other problems.
Podiatrist: The specialist
who diagnoses and treats
disorders and injuries of
the foot and ankle medically
or surgically.

Presented as a service
to the community by
Dr. Stephen Gross
Podiatrist
Hwy. 98
Eastpoint
(904) 670-8999


Choir Performin


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Attending State Meet


Amber Daniels and B. J. Pre-
snell will be attending the State
U.S.G.F. Gymnastics meet at
Clearwater this week-end. They
will be competing In level five., 10
-arid- 11 year oldsr To-'-ualif'yfor--
- state;.-:ou heed an all-around


score of 32. Amber achie\
33.25 all-around with a 8.8
beam and 8.55 on floor. B
'had an all-around score
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Future Business Leaders of America treat Bay St. Joseph Care
Center residents. (L-R) Clara Hogue, Bertram Howell, Annie Pate,
and Christine White.
S The Future Business Leaders
Sof America. at Port St. Joe High
T School. treated the residents of
Bay St. Joseph Care Center to
Halloween treats of fruit, pump-
kins, and drink cups.


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Wewa High Honor Roll


' Wewahitchka High School is
proud to announce its 2nd six
weeks Honor Roll:
,, 7th grade-Amanda Atchison,
Kristal Bailey, Thelma Bryant,
Jessica Cecil, Tana Copeland,
Elizabeth Dietz, Kelly Forehand,
Kristi Gay*, Victoria McClellan*,
Michael Pabis, Amy St. Clair*,
James Taunton, Jennifer Wil-
liams, Jessica Williams, Bridgett
Williamson
8th grade-Holly Atkins*, Jen-
nifer Barnes, Joshua Baxley*,
Rita Dietz,, Lloyd Husband*,
Mandy Little, Richard ,Maddox,
Ike Mincy*, George Morgan,
Thaddeus Morris, Aimee Prid-
geon. Joseph Whitfield
9th grade-Judith Birming-
ham, Gary Bridges. Charles Cole,,
Schechina Cunningham. Amanda
Davis*. Donna Harrelson, Sherrie
Jones. Margaret Kelsoe, Dana
S Majors, William Mims, Jeffery
g Mullis. Jennifer Oaks. Carina-.
Patterson, Adam Taunton, Dana
Walker. Kelly Whitfield.
10th grade-Tamara Ander-
son, Felicia Bisson, Brad Causey,
Kimberly Dietz*, .Lindsay Dor-
man, Charles Field, Milton Fish-
er, Jon Hostrop, Joseph Jackson.
Wendy Nelson, David Pitts, Au-
gustus Russ, Cameron Totman'.
Heather Webb.,: .
11. th grade-Jolene Carithers.
Corrina Copeland. Tammy De-
mille, Cynthia Jordan. Casey Kel-
ley, Lori Layton*, Misty Loftin',
Lee Mims, Rachel Myers, Stacey
Proctor
12th grade-Roy Carter, Jere-
my Chase. Tammv Davis, Marl
Gopodrich*, Heather Goodwin,
John Guffey, Jessica Hayes. John
King. Michael Morgan, Jeremy
Pridgeon*. Heidi Pun. Amy Rich,

SWewa Project
Grad. Giveaway
The Wewahitchka Project
Graduation is raffling off a gas,
grill which was donated by Ameri-
Gas. The donations are $1, and
may be purchased from any WHS
senior.
The gas grill will be given
away at the Christmas parade on
December 18. You do not have to
be present to win.
Please buy one-or several-
tickets for this worthy cause.
., The next meeting of the Wewa
Sed'a Project Graduation Committee will
v5 o .be Tuesday, December 14, at 6:30
85 onJ. at WHS. All parents of seniors are
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Interested in St. Joe Bay?


Attend Open Public Forum


Regina Lumley Receives 'Apple,'Award


Regina Lumley, recipient of TV Station
WMBB's '"Golden Apple" award in November, is a
teacher in Port St. Joe Elementary School's fifth
grade. She has been a teacher in Gulf County
Schools for seven years. Ms. Lumley graduated
from FSU in 1984. She says she believes teach-
ing is a "trying" profession because it involves a


Shown above are the lucky winners of the winners of the cro-
chet dolls, con liments of Evelyn Stansel, recently. given away-by-
Bay St. Joseph Care Center. Proceeds went to the Care Center's Ac-
tivities Department. (L-R) Dot Noble, Hazel Harrell, Bonnie Wynn.
Not pictured, Lou Jones.



Govt. Reduces Interest.

Rate on Veterans' Loans,


The U.S. Department of Vete-
rans Affairs (VA) has reduced
from seven to five percent the in-
terest rate on loans veterans have'
taken against their government
life insurance policies.
'This rate drop means a sav-
ing of $6.4 million in interest
charges for more than 100,000
veterans who currently have
loans against their policies at the
higher rate," said VA Secretary
Jesse Brown.
All policyholders with seven-
percent loans automatically had
their loansreduced to the five-
percent rate on October 1. The"
rate reduction will be in effect at
least until October 1, 1994.ra
Nearly 2.3 million veterans
who have policies prefixed with V.
W, RH. J or JR in the National
Service Life Insurance program
since November 2, 19S7, have a
variable interest rate that can
range between five and 12 per-
cent depending on investment
conditions. "


Tommy
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much broader realm than reading, writing and
arithmetic. 'Teachers are playing the role of pa-
rentinv as often as they are instructors," she
said. 'My reward comes when I see a former stu-
dent of mine making his way in life, functioning
self-sufficiently in society." the award-winning
teacher is shown above with her class.


Cost Hike

for Average

Nursing Rm.
The-Agency Ior Health Carei
administration's new Guide to
Nursing Home Charges in Florida


shows that over the last year and
a half the median daily cost for a
semi-private room has increased
12.5 percent.
These brochures, categorized
by Community Health Purchasing
Alliance (CHPE) Regions, compare
services 'anrid prices for every
nursing home in Florida. As in
the previous five nursing home
guides, the lowest median charg-
es were in Northwest Florida,
with per day charges running be-
'tween $76 and $80. And, as in
the past, the highest charges
were in Southeast Florida, with a
median cost of $105.
According to the guide, in
1992,; Florida consumers paid
over $471 million out-of-pocket
for nursing home care. With the
median price of a room costing
$90 a day, a one year stay in a,
nursing home could run nearly
$33,000. Individuals and their
family members usually have to
foot the bill for the majority of
this care, because Medicare cov-
erage in nursing homes is very
limited and because Medicaid
pays only after personal assets


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501 MONUMENT AVE.


The St. Joseph Bay Environ-
mental Study Team is inviting the
users of St. Joseph Bay to partici-
pate in an open forum to deter-
mine the issues involved in and
priorities need for the use and fu-
ture of St. Joseph Bay.
The forum will have represen-
tatives from federal, state, region-
al, and local governing agencies;

are depleted.
Some charges may appear
very high. Usually it is because
the facility may specialize in resi-
dents needing very complex care.
Very low charges may be for facil-
ities that offer special contractual
arrangements for residents of a
continuing care retirement com-
munity.
Consumers can call their Eld-
er Helpline or the CARES pro-
.gram to find out more informa-
tion, regarding residential
alternatives in their community.
The phone numbers for these lo-
cal groups and others are in the
back of each brochure.
To receive a copy of the bro-
chures listing nursing homes lo-
cated in the Florida Panhandle,
please call the Big Bend Health
Council at (904) 872-4128. For
nursing homes in other areas of
the state, please, call 800-342-
0828 and leave your name, phone'
number, address, and the county
or counties (or CHPA Region[sl if
possible) in which you are Inter-,
ested. Or, write: Agency for
Health Care Administration, Pub-
lications Section, 2727 Mahan
Drive, Ft. Knox, Number 1. Room
302, Tallahassee, Florida 32308-
5403.


industrial and environmental
groups; elected officials; and all
other interested parties.
The goal of this study is to
determine long range planning
and the future value of the natu-
ral resources available in St. Jo-
seph Bay.
This study will provide a for-
um to discuss and identify is-
sues, not necessarily resolve
them at that time. When "users"
are invited to participate in the
process, they will help to resolve
the issues.
Much of the community de-
pends on St. Joseph Bay for their
livelihood, so its future is vital.

H.V. Fire Dept.
Turkey Shoot,
The Highland View Volunteer
Fire Department is holding its an-
nual "turkey shoot" at the But-
ler's Restaurant road. The shoot
will run through December 12
from 1-6 p.m. each weekend. This
event is held to raise money to
buy needed equipment and for
training In fire fighting and life
saving. Your support is needed.
and appreciated.


To become a participant or
for more information, write to St.
Joseph Bay Environmental Study
Team (St. Joe B.E.S.T.), c/o Guy
Gammill, P.O. Box 1099, Port St.
Joe;j FL 32456, or call (904) 227-
1289.




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NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County Commissioners of Gulf Courity, Florida, will
hold a public hearing at a regular meeting, December 14, 1993. Said public hearing to begin at 6:00 p.m.,
EST, in the Commissioners' Meeting Room at the Gulf County Courthouse Complex, Port St. Joe, Florida.
The purpose of the hearing will be the proposed land use change for Fleming Land Company, Inc., lo-
cated south of Howard's Creek running along Calfbarri Road (approximately 7 acres). The proposed
change is from Agricultural to Residential of the following described property within the area shown in the
map in this advertisement:
Commence at the Southeast comer of Section 8, Township 7 South, Range 8 West, Gulf County,
Florida; Then go N 89*46'25'W along the South line of Section 8 for 1511.30 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING; then go N 0911'19"E for 1290.21 feet; thence go N 49023'55'W for 599.27 feet; then go
N 87*30'18"W for 345.33 feet; then go N 06*03'42"W for 568.18 feet; then go N 25013'08"W for
856.65 feet; then go S 82029'01'W for 726.24 feet; then go S 35055'12'W for 784.11 feet; then go N
84007'21" W for 341.80 feet to a concrete monument; then go along a curve concave southwesterly
for 434.76 feet (said curve having a radius of 400 feet, and interior angle of 62016'29", a chord bear-
ing of S 45029'23"E, and a chord length of 413.673 feet); to a concrete monument; then go S
15*38'32"E for 259.62 feet to a concrete monument; then go S 08058'21"E for 961.77 feet to a con-
crete monument; then go S 23014'03"E for 846.66 feet to a concrete monument; then go S
23*19'38"E for 53.43 feet to a concrete monument; then go S 22*26'10"E for 333.57 feet to a con-
crete monument; then go N 88028'00"E for 1439.21 feet to a concrete monument; then go N
21*20'13"E for 282.58 feet to the Point of Beginning; containing approximately 7 acres more or less
along Calfban Road subject to an easement for Calibarn Road along the Western Boundary.
The Commissioners welcome comments of any and all interested parties regarding the adoption of
land use change, the process of which was initiated by the County Commission at their November 23,
1993, meeting.
DATED this the 2nd Day of December, 1993.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Warren J. Yeager, Jr., Chairman
/s/ Benny C. Lister, Clerk
Publish: December 2, 1993.
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YOU ARE TAKING
A 65,000 MILE HIKE
Y Your feet carry you about 65,000 miles in the average
lifetime. That's a lot of use for such a small part of your
body. To protect your feet do not overlook infection
producing bruises, cuts and cracks.
Corns and callouses form if the skin on your feet is dry.
Apply an antiseptic foot balm at night. Dry your feet
carefully, especially between the toes to avoid athlete's w
A feet. Have any, foot troubles quickly taken care of by a a
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V.F.W. Auxiliary
Aids Residents
V.F.W. Post 10069 Auxiliary
of Port St. Joe entertained ap-
proximately 70 residents of the
Bay St. Joseph Care Center
Wednesday. November 25, at 1
p.m. for a Thanksgiving party.
They were served sandwiches, ice
cream, and cake; V.F.W. mem-
4bers visited .with the residents.
Stalking about their Thanksgiving
plans. The residents said they es-
pecially enjoyed the ice cream
and gifts. They were glad -the
V.F.W. was there to' visit, and
they had a good time.

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Start Schedule with Extremely Young Squad
he Sharks are behind other their basketball season under- should be the favorite in IA bas- Ch
Is in the area in getting way, but the Port St. Joe team ketball and provide some stiff op-
will take to the hardwood to begin position. And, of course, Quincy 21
a 28 game schedule Saturday, Shanks, Rutherford, Mosley, God- of
ke Contest December- 4 when they open their by and Fort Walton Beach should his
season against a nationally provide some interesting basket- vic
he Student Government As- ranked team, Godby of Tallahas- ball for local fans," the coach Ma
ion of Port St. Joe High see. The team's opening game of said. Jo
) will hold its first annual the season will be played on the Eppinette said, the team will did
Contest at Port St. Joe High road. be faced with starting four sopho- pit
1 on Dec. 10 during 6th pe- Coach Vern Eppinette, begin- mores and two others coming off
ning his 20th year as a head bas- the bench. "We will probably fu
representative from each ketball coach, says the team "Will make many errors in judgment br
will take donations from be young and short on experi- due to inexperience. We don't Th
nts everyday in class. The ence. It's the first time in my 20 have the height and poise I would Sh
with the most money at the years of coaching I haven't had a like, but I anticipate a top-notch th(
)f the week will have first senior on the varsity squad."- team for the future, coming out of tea
at the cakes. It will be a The head coach was dis- this bunch of kids." ha
petition between the classes mayed before the season even The Sharks will be going with sci
who can collect the most started over the loss of two key returning starters Des Baxter, nit
y. The S.G.A. would appre- players he was depending on. Mario Larry and Damon Walker. ag;
all your help to make it a Joe Pricre, a part-time starter last Other athletes moving up from gai
ss. Anyone interested in do- year, has been lost to us by a last year's JV team include Ken- we
g a cake may contact Joni knee injury. He needs reconstruc- drick Addison, Barry Adkison, lea
at the school after 1:30. tive surgery of the knee to regain John Bryant, Damien Byrd, be
its use. Another returning player Bryan Earley, Jermaine Larry, tin


Gulf Rifle Club
The Gulf Rifle Club will hold
their monthly meeting on Thurs-
day, December 2, starting at 6:30
p.m. They are still shooting trap
on Thursday starting at 5 p.m.
All members are invited to attend.


from last year's squad, Cedric An-
thony, also has knee problems
and will be questionable this sea-
son," Eppinette said.
"We will be playing a brutal
schedule with only three 2A
teams, Blountstown, Havana and
Jefferson County. Apalachicola


This home on Fourth-Street was heavily dam- known causes. The fire also spread to a storage
aged by an early Saturday morning fire of un- warehouse nearby.


Views On&


"Dental YH alth

FRANK b. MAY, D.M.D.

FIXED BRIDGE

TO THE RESUCE


If you have one or more miss--
ing teeth creating gaps that should
be filled, you may want to consider
the fixed bridge.
Missing teeth can do more than
affect the shape of your face. They
can also throw your other teeth out
of alignment and cause other seri-
ous dental problems. If you choose
a fixed bridge to solve the problem,
you'll have "new" teeth that will be
permanently fixed in your mouth.
You won't have to take them out to
clean them. They can be brushed
the same way your natural teeth are
and flossed (with a little dexterity
from the under side) to remove bac-
teria and food particles.
Before your dentist makes a
fixed bridge, he'll check the health
of the adjacent or supporting teeth.


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They have to be strong and healthy'
with enough underlying bone struc-
ture to support the denture. Then
crowns will be made for the sup-
porting teeth to make them even
stronger.
Finally, the replacement teeth
are permanently joined to the sup-
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is bonded into place using a special
bonding cement. This gives a per-
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Fire Damages


Home, Warehouse


Investigation is continuing by,
the State Fire Marshal's office,
into the cause of a fire which
caused heavy damage to an unoc-
cupied homnie on Fourth Street
early Thursday morning. Accord-
ing to Fire Department records,
the alarm was called in at ap-
proximately 1:30 a.m.
No definite cause of the blaze
could be immediately ascer-
tained. Fire Chief John Ford said
the State Fire Marshal was called
in to investigate. the damaging
fire.. .
Ford said the fire started in
the home in the rear section,
heating up. a near-by storage
warehouse, owned by Higdon
,Swatts, causing it, to catch fire.
The home was heavily damaged
and the warehouse had one room
which contained stored material
heavily damaged by the heat, wa-
ter arid fire. Se_'eral other units of
the warehouse received some
smoke damage, but destruction
was limited to the one unit.
The home had last been occu-
pied by Remer Powell, who
passed away at a VA Hospital just


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Lt. Governor

Visits Local

KiwanisClub
Kiwanis Lt. 'Gov. Hy Wakes-
tein paid an official visit to the
Port St. Joe club Tuesday, along
with a delegation from the Pana-
ma City Downtown club.
In his charge to the local
club, Wakestein said, "above all,
have fun. Follow the instructions
of Kiwanis International; keep
your membership up and your re-
ports current, but above all, have,
fun."
The Lt. Gov. urged atten-
dance at a banquet being held in
Panama City in January to honor
the president of Kiwanis Interna-
tional. "At least send your presi-
dent and your secretary," Wakes-
tein urged.
,He also charged the club to
participate in state and national
projects and events.
Guests of the club were Keith
Jordan, H.B. Joyce, Howard Wig-
gins, Dr. John Benton, Curtis Al-
len and Judge DeeDee Costello of
Panama City. Key Club members
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had Quinn and Robert Williams.
The Sharks had a respectable
-9 record last year with a team
seniors.' Coach Eppinette said
s team will most, miss the ser-
ces of Arion Nickson, Jason
axwell, Toby Thomas, Reggie
nes and Sandy Quinn. "They
d a good job for us," coach Ep-
nette recalled.
The Sharks will again be a
n team to watch with a fast
eak style and pressure defense.
e playing style stood the
arks in good stead last year as
ey played 16 games against
ims that were state-ranked and
d a 10-6 record, This year's
hedule gives them an opportu-
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ain with state-ranked teams,
ining valuable experience. "If
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Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School is proud to -present the
second six-weeks honor roll.
An asterisk (*) denotes all A's.
7th Grade: *Michael Beard-
en, *Anna Duren, *James Faison,
*Tracey Fitzgerald, *Meredith
Godfrey, *Rikki Johnson, *Rachel
McCroan, *Julia Six, *Tracy Wat-
kins, *Lindsay Williams, Saman-
tha Ambrose, Mindy Banks, Ja-
son Gainnie, April Godwin, Bran-
don, Harrison, Adam Hell
(O'Claire), Betty Ingram, Wade
Kennington, Laura Kilbourn,
Thomas ,Money, Latrika Quinn,
Piper Redmond, Jason Richard-
son, Wendy Sander, Krystal
Tharpe, Donna, Thomas, Andrew
Tillery, Kiki Williams.
8th Grade: *Dorothy Davis,
*Jeremy Dixon, *Jason Gammill,




Nora Butler
Nora Butler, 83, of Port St.
Joe, died Friday, November 26, in
a Panama City hospital. She was a
lifelong resident of Gulf County.
Mrs. Butler was a housewife
and a member of the Mt. Zion
Baptist Church.
Survivors include four god-
children, Aldonia Quinn, Argina
Ware, Sherry Hamilton,. and C.C.
Gainer, all of Port St. Joe; three
brothers, Alexander McNair (Bes-
sie) of Compton, California, Willie
James McNair (Marion) of Port St.
Joe, Joe Nathan McNair (Ruth) of
Tamp; three sisters, Mary Peter-
son of Port St. Joe, Mildred Dick-
son of Jacksonville, Mercedes M.
Dickens of Washington, D.C.; two
sisters-in-law, Sarah Ann Riley
(Cyrus) of Lyn haven, Gillie NcNair
of Port St. Joe; one aunt, Viola
McNair of Montgomery, Alabama;,
and numerous nieces and neph-
ews.
Funeral services will be con-
ducted Saturday, December 4, at
-1:00 p.m. EST in the Mt. Zion
Baptist Church with Rev. Frank
Jones officiating. Interment will
follow in the Forest Hill Cemetery.
The family will receive friends Fri-
day evening, December 3, from
5:00-8:00 p.m. at the Mt. -Zion
Baptist Church.
All services :under the direc-
tion ofG ilmore Funeral Home.

Ruth V. Hoover
Ruth V. Hoover. 55. of Wewa-
hitchka. passed away Thursday
morning in Bay Medical Center. A
native of Washington County. she
- had -been -a -resident of Wewa-
hitchka for the past 35 years and
had been employed at Rich's IGA
in Wewahitchka and the Edgewa-
ter Beach Resort in Panama City
Beach.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Cicero, Hoover of Wewa-
hitchka; two sons, Harold Hoover
of Panama City, and Billy Joe
Hoover of, Honeyville; three
daughters, Ruth Pynes of Wewa-
hitchka, Carol Hoover, and Dar-
lene Dickens, both of Panama
City; her mother, Beulah Hysmith
of Wewahitchka; eight grandchil-
dren; and'two brothers. Fillmore
Hysmith of Graceville. and Tru-
son Hysmith of Wewahitchka.
Graveside funeral: services
were held at 2:00 p.m. CT Satur-
day at Roberts. Cemetery. Inter-
ment followed.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter Funer-
al Home, Wewahitchka Branch
Chapel.

Ozie L. Thomas
Ozie L. Thomas, 63, of Wewa-
hitchka, passed away Tuesday at
his home. He was a native and
lifelong resident of Wewahitchka,
and was retired .from the State
Road Departminent. He had been
in the U.S. Ariny, serving honora-
bly during the Korean War.
Survivors include his daugh-
ter, Patricia Rutherford of Oak
Ridge, Tennessee; a son, Danny
Thoinas of Harriman, Tennessee;
four grandchildren, and a sister,
Elsie Hughes of Houston, Texas.
Graveside funeral services
were held at 10:00 a.m. CT Satur-
day at Cypress Creek Cemetery,
followed by interment.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter Funer-
al Home, Wewahitchka Branch
Chapel.

Joseph T. Land
Joseph T. Land, 88, of Wewa-
hitchka, passed away Monday
morning at his home, following
an extended illness. A native of
Columbus, Georgia, he was a re-
tired fireman and land developer,
and had been a resident here for
the past 60 years. He was preced-
ed in death by his wife, Joanna
Land.
Survivors include a step-son


Joe Burt Perryman of Columbus;
several step-grandchildren; and
his brother, Jim Land of San Die-
go, California.'
Graveside funeral services
were held at 10:00 a.m. CT
Wednesday at Jehu Cemetery. In-
terment followed.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter Funer-
al Home, Wewahitchka Branch
Chapel.


*Sabrina Hanson, *Jarred Patter-
son, *Natasha Powell, *Tommie
Richter, *Gregory Summers,
*Jodie Wear, *Casie Williams,
Kyle Adkison, William Bryant,
Acacia Clark, Jennifer Gaddis,
Sheila Hightower, Kimberly Lam-
berson, Krista Nobles, Amanda
Phillips. Gretchen Stevens, John
Thompson, Joshua Vanlande-
ghem, Adrian West, Casey White.
Bonnie Young.
9th Grade: *Karen Clark,
*Jesse Colbert, *Karen Falbe,
*Stephanie Maxwell, *Bryan Si-
mon, Tara Batyski, Ronisu Bird,


Michael Burkett, Amy Buzzett,
Doyle Crosby, Joanna Cutler,
Robbi Funderburk, LaCheryl Gar-
land, Jonathan Gilmore, Michael
Groh, Lance Hanson, Gena John-
son, Tina Klope, Kayce Knox,
Olivia Kumarickal, Charlie Lan-
ford, Tasheka Langston, Kristie
Lowry, Jennifer Martin, Terri
Martin, Priscilla Medina, Jolynne
Parker, Harmony Priest, Rocky
Quinn, William Todd, Matthew
White, Clifford Whitfield, Christy
Wood, Misty Wood, Russell
Young.
10th Grade: *Destiny Dan-


'lels, *Leslie Faison, *Heather
Fields, *Johnny Gainer, *Brigette
Godfrey, *Kristi Lawrence,
*Elizabeth Redmond, *Jennifer
Smallwood, Latonya Bailey, Erica
Beard, Kimberly Burkett, Sheteta
Chambers, Sarah Fox, Deanna
Horton, Serena Littleton, Kent
'McCullough, Heather Nixon, Aly-
son Williams.
llth'Grade: *Harlotte Bold-
en, *Dyshanda Boykins, *Alice
Kennington, *Melissa :-Nobles,
*Jessica White, Charron'Addison,
Diane Bender, John Bryant, Davi-
da Byrd, Kristi Capps, William


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Cathey, Michelle Combs, Amber
Conley, Catherine Connors, Lei-
gha Davis, Teresa Evensen,
Stephanie Gaddis, Natalie Gant,
Jennifer Harris, Cheyenne Harri-
son, Jon Hawkins, Tawanda Jen-
kins, Rachel Lane, Raymond
Long, Chrystina Marquardt, Jo-
hanna McMullon, Tara Mullis,
Latresha Quinn, Michael Smith,
Candice Upchurch, Georgette
Walden, John Wear, Shelly Wes-
ton, Stacey Williams.
12th Grade: *Jenny Acree,
*Bryan Butts, *Elisa Eyslee,
*Timothy Hatcher, *Kara Hogue,
*Caroline Lister, *Erin Oliver,
*Jamie Parrish, Shatika Allen,
Melissa Anderson, Shannan An-
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Schedule of Events 10 am to 6 pm


Festival Begins &
Santa Claus comes to town


11-12 noon Pictures with Santa


at St. Joe Motel
(downstairs meeting room)
1:00 4:00 Live Entertainment


around the Christmas tree


2:00 3:00 Pictures with Santa
(same place)
4:30 p.m. PARADE BEGINS
- 5-:3 p.m. Come sing Christmas
Carols with local choirs


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312 Reid Ave., Phone 229-6195


Barfield's Lawn & Garden.
Located at -328 Reid Avenue
Buzzett's Drug Store
Providing professional prescription service since 1951


Campbell's Drug Store
Two Pharmacists to Serve You


Carpet Country
Let Us Cover Your Floors


Citizen's Federal Savings Bank
401 Fifth St. Phone 227-1416


Costin's Dept. Store
Clothing for the Entire Family
David Rich's IGA
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First Union Bank
504 Monument Ave. Port St. Joe
Ginger's Jewelry & Gifts
One of A Kind Gifts Jewelry
Hedy's Florist
Check Our Beautiful Selection of Christmas Items
Heilig-Meyers
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Johnson Lumber
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Piggly Wiggly
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Port St. Joe Elementary Honor Roll
Port St. Joe Elementary Is er Weimorts, Alisha Barber, Tessa Raffield, Ricky Riggs, Zachary Little, Carla Money, Brooke Moore,
proud to present their second six- Collins, Julia Comforter, Amy Roney, Matthew Rose. Jessica Cody Nobles, Tanashia Rouse,
weeks honor roll: Doster. Addam Duke, Nicholas Sherrill. Bobby White. Jasmine Russ, Steven Varnadoe,
Gable, Kristen Garcia, Jolie Ho- 4th Grade: Ashley Bryan, Joanna Watkins, Kanera Williams.
3rd Grade: James Daniels, gan, Stephen Hoover, Christopher Lisa Curry, Brittany Reeves, Ke, 5th Grade: Bonnie Belin, Mi-
Susan Ellmer, Colleen Falbe, Pat- Knox, Tessie Layfield, Terrance Peak, Mary Amerson, Linette Bai- chael Bouington, Angela McDowell,
rick Fitzgerald, Margaret Gibson, Matthews, Brandon Moyer, Bobby ley, George Borden, Natalie Burge, Susan Medina, Joshua Todd, Kris-
Carla Johnson, Bryan Thomas, Tyl- Phillips, Amanda Phinizy, Jennifer. Dustin Crews, Rob Dykes, Jared tin Abrams, Veronica Adkins. Ben-



PRIDE Program Lists "Achievers"

147 Students Earn Awards for Second Six Weeks of Great Work


Port St. Joe High School is
proud to announce the second six
weeks Achiever's Club. These stu-
dents were recognized for their ef-
forts in the PRIDE program for
their achievements in attendance,
academic responsibility, and con-
duct. They were rewarded with a
popular movie and refreshments.
Jenny Acree, Melissa Ander-
son, Shannan Antley.


Mindy 'Banks, Tara Batyski,
Aaron Beardon, Nicole Bellinger,
Ronisu Bird, Brant Bizek, Harlotte
Bolden, Sherry Bolden, Kristy
Bryant, William Bryant, Christo-
pher Buchanan, Kimberly Bur-
kett, Amy Buzzett.
Heather Calvarese, Tonya
Carpenter, Christopher Cathey,
Acacia Clark, Jennifer Clark, RKar-
en Clark, Jesse Colbert, Michelle


Combs, Rush Combs, Amber Con-
ley, Clay Cox, Doyle Crosby, Joan-
na Cutletr.
Tony Dandy, Dusty Daniels,
James Daniels, Kenny Daves,
Kristi Davis,, Dottie Davis, Leigha
Davis, Megan' Dean, Matt Dixon,
Anna Duren. Lee Duren.
Teresa Evensen, Elisa Eyslee,
James Faison, Leslie Faison, Kar-
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By Barbara Eells
Sixth Grade Spotlight
William Burrows is the 13
year old son of Lydia and Willie
Burrows and lives in Highland
View. ,
William likes to play football
and also likes fresh and saltwater
fishing, hunting,. and family
camping trips.
He collects hats of all kinds,
and his favorite one that he owns
is his Miami Hurricanes cap. He
likes to collect!snakes. also.
William's favorite subjects in
school are math and spelling.
'When he graduates from high
school, he would like to become a
scientist.
On .speaking of his likes
about sixth grade. William says,
"it's good!"
Christian Kreis is the 12 year
old son of Vicki and Tim Kreis
'and lives in Port St. Joe.
Christian likes to climb.
chase lizards, and to play soccer
and football. He also likes to look
for' critters" in St. Joseph Bay.
He collects rocks and coins.
-His favorite rock is the onyx.
His favorite subject in school
is science. He's not sure about
what he wants to do after gradu-
ating from high school.
Thanksgiving Festivities
The preparations had been
made. The day arrived when the
,Indians (Mrs. Baxley's) would cel-
ebrate with their guests. the pil-
grims (Miss Mary's first grade) in
a feast of thanksgiving and
cleansing of their spirits.
The Indians had made bead-
ed necklaces to give to the pil-
grims and the pilgrims in turn
gave a handmade candle to each
Indian. Then the group gave
thanks and joined In the feast of'
delicious foods.


Miss April's kindergarten
shared Thanksgiving stories and
enjoyed a big feast of turkey and
the trimmings that was prepared
by their teacher and mothers.
Sharing
What would you cook for
Thanksgiving?
I would cook .some french
fries. I would get a pan and I
would fry them and I would buy
some turkey. -Laura Seay
I would smoke some turkey. I
would make some candy. I would
make some pies. I would make.
some popcorn. dJayson Corbell
I I will cook a turkey on a grill
for Thanksgiving. -Stephen Hop
per
I will cook a turkey. I tvill cook'
sweet potatoes. I will, cook spin-
ach. I wilt boil it. -Bobby Quickle
I will bake. a turkey. I need
some water. I will make some sal.
ad. Get tomatoes. Get lettuce. Get
eggs. I put yellow stuff in eggs.
-Jolene Boutwell
'll make some mashed pota-
toes. rll make them by taking
some mashed potatoes and
smashing them. And 'll put them
in the oven. I'll cook- a turkey for
Thanksgiving. -Andrea Gaylor
I will make chicken. I would
make it like other people. -Kayla
While 1 ", "
I will make creamed potatoes
and I uwldl make deer. How do you
make creamed potatoes? You
mash them. How do you make
deer? You clean it. -Danielle Den
smore
School Improvement Committee
The School Improvement
Committee will meet at 7:00 p.m.
EST at Highland View on Decem-
ber 9.
5th Grade
The ri'fth grade will partici-
pate in the Arts and Crafts Festi-'


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Come in and try our service!


val in Port St. Joe on December
4. They will sell chill, crackers,
baked goods, and ornaments
made by 'the students. Also, a
Christmas maze will be available
for children. Come out and sup-
port the fifth graders as they
work toward Philadelphia.








Volunteer Training Work-


shop
.As part of our'school im-
provement plan Port St. Joe Ele-
mentary School Is implementing
a volunteer program. This pro-
gram. co-ordinated by Denise Wil-
liams, started Monday with a
training workshop. The work-
shop. conducted by Betty Bidwell,
included the responsibilities of a
volunteer. If you would like to vol-
unteer. please contact Denise
Williams at 227-1221.
Adopt-A-Class-Program :
Our Adopt-A-Class program:
is still going on. If you would like
to adopt-a-class for $10.00 a
month ($90 total), please contact
Mary Gibsbn at 229-8183. We
would like to thank Liz and Bill
Strange for adopting Joy Alles's
elementary school gifted students
and the Lions club for adopting
the guidance counselor.
Coats For Kids
A special thanks to the Unit-
ed Methodist Women for donat-
ing coats for some students. .If
you have any coats, sweaters, or'
jackets to donate, please bring
them to the school. ::
Turkey Trot
Last week the sixth graders
participated in the annual Turkey
Trot. Congratulations to the fol-
lowing Turkey Trot winners:
Girls- 1st place-Donna Hinds;
2nd place-Lacey Johnson: 3rd
place- Nicole Royster. Boys- 1st
place-Mosi Quinn: 2nd place-
Adainm hatley; 3rd place-Bonjour
Hill. ,
Progress Reports
Progress reports were sent
home this week. If you need to
schedule a parent-teacher confer-
ence please call 227-1221.
Parents Make The Differ-
ence .
Help your children learn the'
skills they need to work with oth-
ers. Give your children plenty of
chances to play with other chil-
dren. Show your child ways to
iesole conflicts. Make sure she
has the words to express her
emotions (a child who can say. "I
am angry when you do that." Is
less likely to hit someone- or to
call them a "dweeb"). As'children
grow older,, their relation with
friends becomes an iiiiportant
part of their self-esteem.
Bulldog Beat
Friday, December 3, is the
last da\' to buy our school news-
p.ipe'i. Bulldog Beat, for 25c.


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Likely, Angie Martinez, Billy
McMullon, Jessica Tarpley, Tanya
Varnum, Lareche Ware, Jarrod
Wester, Leslie White, Travis
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PAGE 4B THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, DEC. 2. 1993

Justin's A Winner
Justin Miller, son of Daniel placed 1st In SKI Weapons, and
and Tunnie Miller, traveled to 5th and 6th In NBL kata. Our
New Orleans last week to partici- congrats to Justin.
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Pastor: Rev Napoleon Pittman
SUNDAY SUNDAY
Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Morning Roundup: 10 a.m.
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.





Pine Street Overstreet
Sunday School ........................... ....... 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship..................................11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Bible Study......................... 3:00 p.m.


Pastor W.L. Remain


12/17-6/93 Phone 648-8144


"The Exciting Place to Worship" ,

>Fi ytrst Baptist-Church"..
'. -' '---' .-
pa 102 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
BuddyCaswell H. R. Naberhuis.
Minister of Music & Youth Interim Pastor
I" ** * '' -


SWe Want You To Be
Part of the Friendly Place
BIBLE STUDY 9:45 a.m. EVENING WORSHIP ...........7:00 p.m.
MORNING WORSHIP................11:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY 7:00 p.m.'
CHURCH TRAINING...................5:45 p.m.
Long Avenue Baptist Church
1601 Long Avenue
DANIEL W. DUNCAN Pastor,
BUFORD COX
Ministerof
Music



THE CHURCH IS NOT
SOMETHING ONE JOINS.
The Church is the body of Christ
to which the Holy Spirit joins
those who hear and obey.,


Wewahitchka

Elementary .

News...
By Linda Whitfield


Charles Destifino was recent-
ly a 2nd place winner in 4-H
judging in Moultrie, Georgia. He
judged four categories of food for
livestock, and four for meat judg-
ing. We're proud of you, Charles.
Santa Village
PTO President April Andrews
announces that the very success-
ful "Santa Village" will be open on
December 21-22 for the boys and
girls. Gifts ranging from very
cheap to reasonable will be avail-
able.
New Name on Staff Roster
We no longer have Janice
Nelson on our staff. We now have
Janice Newsome. Janice anid
George Newsome were married in
November, and we wish them all,
the happiness possible. At a fa'
culty meeting last week, I was
congratulating Janice on her
marriage and remarked that I
was anxious to meet her hus-
band. Someone across the table
misinterpreted the conversation
and said, "Oh. did Janice get a
new van?" Janice laughed and
said, "No, I got a man!" Daughter
Angela is pretty fond of her new
step-father, too' We wish them all
well.
Renece Jackson is Student of
the Week
Sixth grader Renece Jackson.'.
daughter of Sylvia and Joe Jack-'
son, is our student of the week.
Renece Is ,12 years old and says
that .when she grows up 'she-
Swould like to be an investor. Her
favorite subject in school is social
studies. After school, Renece likes
to study for tests. She does watch
a little IV, her favorite show be-
Ing "90210". Renece says this
about herself, "I would like to say
that I am a respectful girl unto'
my elders, and I'm always helping'
others that cannot help them-
selves." Renece's one wish is "to
get an education and go to col-
lege, and that wish Is going to
come true." She sounds -like a de-
termined young lady to me. Re--
nece's grandparents have meant
a lot to her in her life, as have her:
parents. She's an asset. to our
school.


A


Covered Wagons
After doing a novel study of
Little House on, the Prairie, Linda
Tremain's third grade class is
making covered wagons out of
shoe boxes, etc. That show will
remain one of our favorites for
years to come. Maybe it will pre-
serve some of the innocence of
our :children. And speaking of in-
nocence, the other night when
The Return of Bonanza was on, I
was remembering how the .origi-
nal Bonanza was a successful hit
show for years without a single
curse word. Oh, well.
KidsSay,. '
z P.E. aide Nicki Little took her-
daughter. Brandi, by IGA one
morning last week on the way to
! school, saving. "Oh, I almost for-
got to buy the hot dogs for your
party." Looking puzzled, Brandi
said, "But I was supposed to
bring weiners!"
November Hoopla Celebration
November is the thankful
month. We were especially than k-
ful last Tuesday when our No-
vember Hoopla was laid out be-
fore us. I' guess one could say we
were thankful for pie: pumpkin,
pecan, sweet potato. and even no-,
fat chocolate. Our thanks tb host-
esses and host: Jerry and' Carol
Kelley: Claudice Baxley; Sandra
Husband; Pam Lister; "Marge
Prange: and Betty Husband. It
was a nice time to fellowship and
relax after school.

Youth Providing
Temple Services
'.The Youth Department of
Mount Calvary Missionary Bap-
tist Church of Panama City will
be rendering services to Thomp,
son Temple F.B.C.'s, Youth De-
partment on Saturday. December ,
11th, at,8 p.m. EST. Rev. Jerome
Williams will be the guest speak-
er, and everyone Is cordially invit-
ed to attend this service.


From the
S"Principal's Desk
Wewahitchka

High School
S : By Larry A. Mathes

GCCC Game Cancelled!
The December 4 GCCC game scheduled with Jefferson Davis'
College to be played at WHS gym has been changed and will be
played in Panama City instead. Difficulty arranging the 35 second
shot clocks, plus other difficulties led Coaqh Rob Jenkins: to make a
last minute change. .
With a shortened season, it's not too, unusual to find 3 & 4
games scheduled the same nights. Often our basketball "day" starts
at 4 or 4:30 & runs 'til 9:30 at night. That's a lot of games to see-
pick some and come out to support the Gators. both girls and boys.
Prices for most nights are $3 for adults and $2 foristudents. We
have to be able tb pay omricials, and it is costly to run 2-4 games a
night. .. .
Well, by this printing we will have about 3 weeks of concentrat-
ed class time left to the beginning of Christmas break, December
22.; That's enough time to make or break your grades for, the first
semester. Parents, give them a push academically-let them know
that it is not the time to let things slide. Students need to realize
that they need to be accountable for grades and actions. That's
what they need to be taught, rather than always trying to find the
easier way to do things.
A big thanks go to the WHS staff and students for helping with
the Thanksgiving basket program. The money, and food collected at'
WHS really put the Ministerial Association's program over the top.
Now it's time to start thinking about helping others at Christmas.
Has, your student lost his/her jacket? It's unreal how many,
jackets we collect at school, and some of them are really nice. If
your student's Jacket has suddenly disappeared, insist they check
at school (or, you might ask, to check yourself, when you come to
Schooll.


Say You Saw It In The Star



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
i' 508 CHURCH
Se. 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
) SUNDAY WORSHIP.......................... 10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL............... 11 a.m.
*SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children
us Nursery Available

The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor



SFirst United Methodist Church-
111 North 22nd St.
Mexico Beach, FL 32410

Morning Church..................9:00 a.m. CT
Church School .................. 10:00 a.m. CT
Nursery Provided
Charles M. Parker, Pastor John Anderson, Music Director
Office Phone: 648-8820 Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 am-12 noon CT


Revival Services
at Beach Baptist
There will be a revival at the
Beach Baptist Chapel in St. Joe
Beach from December 3-5. Servic-
es will be at 7 p.m. ET on Friday
and Saturday, and Sunday at 11
a.m. and 6 p.m. ET.
',The guest speaker will be Jed-
idiah Blake, a native of St. Kitts in
the West Indies.
Also, there will be special
events all three days: Friday, 6-7
p.m.-Finger Food Fellowship;
Saturday. 5:30 pm.-Family Fel-
lowship Supper: and Sunday after
morning worship-Dinner on the
Grounds.
Everyone is cordially invited.


Bible Study:
10 a.m. Sunday
7 p.m. Wednesday


LDDM1H LAM
. .. Speaker


Worship:
11 a.m. Sunday
Nursery


Minister: Tom Skipper 229-8310
Message Sunday: The Kingdom of God is Within You
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
MEXICO BEACH
823 N. 15th Street
648-5776 :

Sun. Bible Study (all ages).:...............9:00 CST
Morning Worship ...........................10:00 CST,
Evening Worship...............................6:30 CST
: Wed. Bible Study (all ages)...............6:30 CST
Rev. Tommy Doss; Pastor


Highland View
United Methodist Church
Q Corner of 4th St. & Parker Ave.
Highland View
SLynwood R. Wynne, Pastor

Sunday School....... ........................................ 10 a.m.
M morning W orship ................................................ ......................... 11 a.m .
Evening W orship ............................................... ......................... 6 p.m .
T -FS 30.93-12/30/93



Christian Fellowship
Independent Baptist Church .,...,
S. 500 15th Street North, Mexico Beach, FL._- -,.
SCome, Share, Rejoice
648-8972 Church Bo Boyette, Pastor 647-8936 Res




S =NMI


,, 1]p i t f. -fit.. T.i..o ,.

Innovative, Informal, In Touch
Rev. Ken Coots, Pastor
Ministers at Large, All Members
First Union Bank Building
9am Sunday School
S, 10am and 6pm Worship
Wed. 6:30pm Prayer Service


A Fitness Center
for developing the spiritual side
of who you are.
Everyone invited!


"Becomc^ 71 Parhz^OuC^


S;: *' *- \ i /


DECEMBER 3-5
Friday and Saturday, 7:00 p.m. EST
Sunday at 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

SPEAKER
JEDIDIAH BLAKE
A Native of St. Kitts
in the West Indies

SPECIAL EVENTS
Friday Evening 6:00 7:00' Finger Food Fellowship
Sat. Evening 5:30 Family Fellowship Supper
Sunday Morning After Workshop Service
Dinner on the Grounds


JEDIDIAH BLAKE


,. COLUMBUS STREET
t |, i & ALABAMA AVE.

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ST. JOE BEACH
FLORIDA ,


CHURCH OF CHRIST
MEETS


103 Garrison Ave.


James W. List,

Pastor
103 Garrison Avenue
(P.O. Box 36)
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
(904) 227-2033


SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP 10:00

THURSDAY EVENING -7:00


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1993


Prop


Care


Tree

Water I
Tree Bef
Although artil
Trees -have gained
popularity in rec
marily because of
ience and cofisisti
many people 'still
tree. If you're a tra
plan to have 'a na
impoitan .that y
and take good cal
chase from the mo
home until the holi
Regardless of t
ural-Christmas tr
an imported fir,' pi
native- Florida
should select a fre
tree, so you'll, kno
.Size to purchase.
put the tree in a co
a wall, you might
bad.side, -and save
It's important to sh
mas, tree -lot where
well displayed, so
see what you're g
money. Once you f
of the right size a
need to know how
it properly. ?
If you buy yo
days before you pl
store it outdoors
under shade or in
the tree .stump
about one inch abi
cut, and place it in
water. When you
inside, saw the stu
time squaring.. off
This creates a fresh
helps the tree t
through the sturn
the tree in a stand


er Seect on,0


of Christmas



'the Key to Long-Lasting
Ore and Afte Putiing PUp:
icial Christmnas. ter. Be;s,,re..ypou,keep the;stand
d considerable filled aaAll times.. It's.surprising,
ent years. pri- how quickly a. good-si.ed tree can
f.their, conven- take up a quart of water.. So,
rnt appearance, check the water level ,,at least
I prefer a real once a day. '
iditionalist. and ...-.-P-lace your tree inthe coolest:
dtural tree, it's 'pa'rt of th',ropi. Kep'' it ` avAhV
ou .shop early I 4romn.thLihg. iileAi re la'ces. ~r'd'ia-
re of your pur-., tots, air d4cLs, and even T.V..
mmentyou get it sets. The 'hait' from these can
idays are over. cause the tree needles to dry out
the type of nat- and drop off very quickly. .
ee you choose, as'tee cae
ne, spruce or a Proper Chnstinas tree care is
red cedar-you only part of the story. There are
sh, well shaped certain safety rules :you, should
exactly what follow ca'eflullv. Never use can-,
If "yt plan to dles or ai'iything with an open,
Ifrrialai nsto flame on or near the tree.: If'
mrner or against,
btuy one with a you're using electric lights, check .
e a few dollars them over very carefully for loose.
hop at a Christ- connections and worn wires.
e the trees-are Don't.- overload your electrical 'eir-
you can really cuits-iIf you must use an exten-
etting. for your sion cord, rufn it out of the way of '
ind a fresh tree foot traffiM' and be sure it's heavy
.nd shape, you enough for the current load. Al-
to take care of ways turn the tree light .off when
you leave home or go to bed.
ur tree several Buying and caring for you
an to set it up, Christmas tree may not be the
in' a cool, area weightiest problem on your mind
a carport. Cut as we move into the Christmas
at a diagonal season. But, if you plan to have a
6ve the original natural Chnstmas tri-ee in your,
ia container of home this year, you'll need to give
bring the tree some thought to both subjects.
tmp again, this Keep in mind that a fresh tree
the. diagonal.- with good- shape and sturdy
h wound which branches usually will make the'
ake -up water best tree for displaying and deco-
ip. Now place rating. Make sure you keep the
that holds wa- tree in the coolest possiblq.place,


6


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Extension Not'g


Roy Lee Cater
Gulf County Extension Service

and that you water it every day. rewarcd your efforts with radiant
Take the time to properly care for beauty, throughput the .holiday
your Christmas tree, and it will season .. .


Delormes Attend Rental

Management Semminar


John & Charlie Delonne of
Fantasy Properties. Inc.-Mexico,
Beach have just completed an in-
tensive professional development
seminar, conducted by an inter-
national trade association. Suc-
cessful completion of the program
reflects the company's commit-
ment to service and professional
management.
The Vacation Rental Manag-
ers Association (VRMA) sponsored
the demanding series of profes-
sional development sessions, fo-
cusing on management, budget-


ing, marketing, research, sales
techniques, operational efficienivy.
and newt industry products and
services. The seminar was heldinr
Hilton Head Islarid, South Caroli-
na.
Fantasy Properties. Inc. is a
member company of \VRT\A. the
oil0' professional senice associa-
tion dedicated to improving the
service and performance of. the,
vacation rental industry. Contact
John NM. Delonne. an official local'
representative to the VRIxMA. for
more information.


MONDAY ..............Pizza, Sliced Peaches, Green Beans, Cookie, Milk
TUESDAY............... Chicken, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Broccoli
w/Cheese, Applesauce, Roll. Milk
WEDNESDAY............. Hoagie Sandwich. French Fries Milk, Cookie
THURSDAY ............. Lasagna, Tossed Salad, Mxd Fruit Cup, Roll. Milk
FRIDAY ................Chili Con Came, Sliced Peaches, English Peas,
Saltines, Milk, Dessert



15 -Hour Telethlon


to Benefit Red Cross


A 15 hour fund raising tele- aged to participate via individual
thon, exclusively benefiting the fund raising events. These dona-
six county Central Panhandle Lions will be recognized through
American Red Cross, will be tele, out the telecast. ,
cast Saturday, March 5, 1994 : Unlike other telethons, where
WJHG TV-7. Announcement of only a portion of contributions re-
the precedent setting telethon mains locally, all proceeds from
was made jointly this week by the March 5 special will be dedi-
Central Panhandle Red Cross Ex- cated solely to enhancing the mis-
ecutive Director. Dick Pascoe, sion of ARC projects in th SLX
and News Channel 7 President, county area. ARC is the nation's
i Jerry Smithwick. the telethon, foremostst volunteer.g-enwerge-cy
spanning 15 consecutive hours. 9 e .s orgag"g w'" es
a.n. to mid'cight -,ill originate en- 'nngoeminent,,r:.t a.pay,'.amd.
til-ely locally and showcase area Its programs are made possible
and regional performing talent. entirely by, voluntary services and
r financial I I prot frnom ities
"We are excited about this ex- nancial support. from actiities
ceptional' opportunity to raise such as the upcoming March 5th
substantial and much needed telethon. The Central Panhandle
funding for local'ARC projects:, Chapter ARC serves six counties:
said Pascoe. "while at the same Bay, Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson,
time provide ing informational seg- gulf, and Washingt-on.
ments about ongoing ARC, activi- For additional informauon:-
ties her in the Panhandle". The' Peter Bardach-, publicity:' 271-
telethon will be hosted-by mem- 2784. .
bers of the News Channel 7 an- .' ":
cihor and reporting team. "Recog- G r
nizing the importance of this first IVMeetS .
ever event" said Smnithwick, 'we
elected to preemnpt all regular TV Washington Imnprovement
programming for the entire 15 Group will meet Saturday, De-
hours, and donate both time and cember 4th, 8 a.m., at the Senior
production facilities. We're espe- Citizen Site for a workshop. All,
cially pleased many fine profes- interested 'persons are invited to
, sional and, up and' coming per- attend. ,
l, orders will have this opportunity
to showcase their talents to such S Shop St. Joe Merchants -they
-'a large audience". Talent audi-
tions will be announced shortly. supportt you.
Also appearing will be celebrities
and personalities representing a
cross section of the Central Pan-
Shandle region. The telethon origi-
Snates from the Fine Arts Auditori-
umr at Gulf Coast Comninunity SALES SPONSORED BY ,
College. Panama City, before a PORT ST. JOE
live audience. .' : I i t,


In addition to View telephone'
i pledges during the program, the
local business, industry and ser-
vices communities are encour-


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Location: Hiwy. 20 West, Next to
Henderson Vet Clinic Blountstown, Florida
DECEMBER 4, 1993, 9:30 a.m.
All types of Equipmert, Tractors, Trailers, and
Many Miscellaneous Items!


'Consianments Welcome


Sale Managed By:


Turn Unused Items Into
Christmas Cash,


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" PATE'S SERVICE STATION
* BILL WOODS INSURANCE AGENCY
- NAPA AUTO PARTS, INC.
" THE STAR PUBLISHING CO. .
* WEWAHITCHKA STATE BANK


Note of Thanks
SFall Can ilal was a stiCcesS.
Once again t.he.-people of, High-
land View ElenienLi.iy .SchoQl
have shown their- .true colors!
What can I say except "Thanks so
much". When our 1st carnival
was -canceled,- due -to rain 'arid "
'torilado watches we had trouble
'trying to reschedule..We finally
found some clear- weather and
ihad our 2nd carnival last Satur-
'day. Big thank you's' to all of o ii
parents. teachers, staff. and
Inends. .who. stuck with .us'
through rain and shine. Huge
thank yoiu's to. Pat Strayer anid
;Sandra Burkette, who planned
,both carnivals. Thank you First
-Union; -Dixie ,DAhdy, 'Conforter
Funeral" Home, Giltiore Funieral
lHome; Vol.-Fire Dept s from -High- -
land View, St. Joe Beach, and
Mexico Beach.- Raffields. office'rs'- -
from Gulf County SherilTs Dept .-
'St. Joe Forest Products, Apalachi- '
cola Northern Railroad, Wewa
State Bank, Paperinakers Credit
Union. and POPS kids for iour
support.
Traci Gaddis :
Highland View Elem. ,
PTO-President
Thank you to our Couttilne
Contest Judges: Mr. Ellery Stick-
le; Mrs. Jane Groh; Mrs.' Ruth
Cuimmings.,
Costupme- dViineis: Emil .
Dykes; E.J. Sanders; Malttlhew
Dodson; *Stephen Dykes: Jessica '
Chancey: Ashley Sanders; Brann-
don Burkett; Trinidad, Taylor








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Fl.r all types ol' [aint Work and Repair
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3255 "I stand behind my work wiaji
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Carpet shampooing special, windows.
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United Mcthodist Church, 22nd St.,
Mexico Beach. Monday 7:30; Friday
- 7:30. All Limes central. 647-8054.




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211 Allen Memorial Way Port St. Joe
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1976 Itasca Winnebago, 23'.
sleeps 6, V8. auto. pb, ps. $5,000.
227-1376. tfc 12/2
CASH NOW BUYING
Used Cars and Trucks. Local and
out-of-state vehicles. Two locations to
serve, you. Mayhann Motor, Port St.
Joe, 229-6584, Mayhann Used Cars,:
Wewahitchka, 639-5810.
tfc 12/2


DROOPY CAR & TRUCK
HEADLINERS REPLACED



4m. b

S:$69.95 Most Cars
Oakley's Cars & Trucks
eg I1.1'.'05937
Corner 2nd Ave. & Madison St., Oak Grove
227-1294





For Rent: 2 bedroom, 1 bath'
home in Me.xco Beach, Call 648-
8575. : Itp 12/2


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Open Mceting: Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Tiiesdcla. 8:00 p.mn.
.. -_ Tlhu.sday. 8:00 p.m.
-AL-ANON
Sunday 4:00 p.m. &
Thulrs 8:00 p.m.
All meetings at St. James
Episcopal Church. all times eastern
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
PAYSI Call 227-1278 to place
yours. $3.50 for first insertion.
$2.00 a week for consecutive runs.
plus 5 per word for all over 20.

Wauneta's Accounting-
& Income Tax

Wauneta Brewer Si. Joe Beach
647-5043 .















All Forms of insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
"ic 12.


C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe work dozer work, root
roie. diont-end loader lot clearing.
sepric lonks. drain fields, fill' dirt.
Rt. 2, Box AC Poirt St. Joe
Phone 229-6018
r tqIe 12/2

5x10 IN 0xl0 10x20
On SIte Renfals 6 Days A Week
ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH'S RENT
St. Joe Rent-All
First St. 227-2112
Lic 2 1


HotTar ROOF NG
Shingles ROOFIN
Repairs JESSIECONTRACTING
Re-Roofing Free Estimates

Lic. #RC0066504


S6 647-3219
"The Beaches"
Eddie "Smarter Than Water? f12/2 Lydia


25' shrimp boat, diesel engine,
runs well, ready to work, $6,000. No
owner financing avaialbe. (904) 827-
7249. 2tp 12/2

1972 26' Sports Fisherman by
Egg Harbor, blying bridge, bimini
tops, plus trailer. Call 648-8767.
2tp 11/25
STEVE'S OUTBOARD SERVICE,
White City, after 4:00 p.m., 827-2902.
tfc 12/2






For Rent: Mobile home spaces.
Call 648-8211. tfc 12/2

12'x40' furnished trailer for rent.'
648-5306. tfc 12/2
Eighth Street upstairs apart-:
iment. fully furnished, one person!
$65 week. Call evenings, 229-6933.
Itp 12/2

Two bedrom/l bath apartment.
S200 month. $100 deposit. 229-6571
after 5:00. Itp 12/2
One bedroom and two bedroom
apartments at Beacon Hill, rent rea-
,sonable. (904) 574-7356 days onlh.
Marvin Tillman. tfe 12/2
* Partially furnished house- on
Hwy. 98,; St. Joe Beach, tr, bedroom.
1 bath. Call 227-1535. tic 12/2
Large trailer lot, Mexico Beach.
$75 per month. 1-800-659-0641.
tfc 12/2

Unfurnished 2 bedroom, 1 bath
trailer, 1 block from beach, back
deck. Water included. $300 rent,
$150 deposit. Now available, 647-'
5327, taking applications. tf 12/2
tfc.12/2


71\ Port St. Joe Lodge No. 1 1
V Reg Slated Cr,mmunication
- Ist ard 3rd Thliiirday of each
month. 8:00 p in M1-s.:.-ce Hall. 21-4
Reid A. e
Dr.nld Scul, W.'Me
Fred Nelhnnq s Sec.
p,-Td tlhr-u 93


JOHN F. LAW
LAWYER 1-265-4794
26 Years of Experience
Worker's Compensation
Occupational Diseases,
Injuries and Accidents.
No charge for first conference; .
7229 Deer Haven Road. P.C. t1r12/2

COSTIN'S
Bookkeeping Service
Tax Returns A Specialty -
224 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
(904) 229-8581
tfc 12/2.

A Gift Shop for
CHILDREN of all Ages
*. Books Toys etc.
My Very Own Book
528 6Th St. Phone 227-1636
dic 12,,2

T.L.C. Lawn Service
All Types of Yard Work
Mowing, Raking,' Trimming,
v Weeding, Clean Outs
and Roof Sweeping.
Reasonable Monthly or
Seasonal Rates Available.
Call 229-6435 ur 2 2

Save on Your
AUTO INSURANCE
CALL
Mitchell Williams
747-8970
1-800-239-8977
Callaway/Panama City
tr c 12/2


Major Appliance Repair David Kennedy




BAYSIDE SERVICE CO.
Air Cond., Refrigeration,
Ice Machines,. Washing Machines,
S Dishwasher, Etc ...
BUTLER BAY RD.
PORT ST. JOE, FL 32456
904-227-1675
tfc 12/2


Nice, clean 2 bedroom, 1 bath
unfurnished trailer. Located on St.
Joe Beach. NO PETS. Call 647-5361.
tfc 12/2

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 12/2

Nice one two & three bedroom
apartnmenil Cen. h\&a. stove & frost-
free refrigerator. playground available
I'nth pariat-_ supervision. Laundry:
srm. provided. Rent determined by in-
come. Handicap units available. Pine
Ridge Apartments. 227-7451. Equal
Housing. tfc 12/2
OFFICE SPACE. Call George.
Duren at 229-6031 and leave mes-
sage. fc 12/2
UNFURNISHED
Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & re-
frig., cen. h&a, screen porch, car-
port & laundry rm.
Large 2 bedroom apartment. stove
& refrig washer/dnrer hook-up..
New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house, 1 1/2.
ba., inside laundry rm, ch&a, dish-
washer & stove, fully' carpeted. No
pets.
FURNISHED
Small 2 bdrm. home, auto. heat:.&
air, washer/dryer hook-up.
One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hook-up.
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
tfc 12/2


Light cleaning, housework, run
errands. Also will hang wallpaper.
647-3441. 2tp 12/2


STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
411 Type Electrical Work
24 Hr. Service
LIC. *ER0013168 INSURED
647-8081
ALAN STRICKLAND
tfc 12 2

(904) 229-8161
FAYE'S NAIL SALON
TOTAL NAIL CARE
Certified Nail Technician
1905 Long Ave., Port St. Joe
Call for Appt
rfe l2,2

CUSTOM CLEAN
Pressure Washing, Mobile Homes &
Business. Roof Coating Mobile
Homes. Interior & Exterior Painting.
17 yrs. experience. Free estimates.
All work guaranteed.
Call 227-2136 -Jay
227-1166 Bill t 12/2

INSIDE and OUT
Remodeling and Repairs
Small Jobs Welcomed
Courtesy Service
Call Anytime Free. Estimates
(904) 229-8190 ;

We Car. E,.jd Ar,, Tra.ier of '.:.ur Cr,.:.,ce
St. Joe Custom Trailers
%e .c-nu Tu r .u Trje. lr ,l '- :.
Boat Trailers Farm Implement
and or Lo-Bo) Trailers & Repair
Mobile phone 227-5234 227-3428
506 First St., Port St. Joe t 12/
-:,nea & mar.,gd e Ra) N Srr r n














BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN
CENTER
Small Engine Repair

Lawn Mowers
Weed Eaters 're
*. Chain Saws \
'* Generators t ,
*Pum ps
.o Tillers SQ I
SGo Karts
229-2727
328 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe


A 26" Huffy mountain bike was
stolen Tuesday, Nov.. 16th. ThenlO-
speed bike is green, grey and black. It
has straight handlebars, with Titani-
um" written on support bar. The bike
was brand new, we have had it only 2
months. Any information leading to
its return would be greatly appreciat-
ed. Please call 229-6049 or the Sr.
Joe Police Dept. at 229-8265.
ltp 12/2


LOST
LOST: Florida Gators'. 23rd
home stand victory in the
"swamp". Found .by Charlie
Ward and Florida State Semi-
noles.


LOST
one ball game and possi-
ble national champion-
ship In Gainesville on
Nov. 27. For more infor-
mation ask any Gator. If
you can't find one, just
listen-they can be heard
whining all over town!
Be sure to watch us in
the Orange Bowl!






Warehouses, small and large.
some with office, suitable for small
business, 229-6200 tife 12/2
No need for wet carpets. Dry
clean them with HOST. Use rooms
right awa'v. Rentn machine St Joe
Furniture. 227-1251. thru 12/92


American Legion Bingo Thurs-
day night, 7:00 p.m Cash prizes.
Early bird 5 00 p.in Meetings Ist
Monday of each ionth 18:00 p.m.
ir. 12/2


VCR REPAIR
CENTER
COMING SOON
to Port St. Joe &
Mexico Beach.
Free estimates.


Good Work Doesn't Cost, It Pays

ST. JOE
TREE AND
SSTUMPREMOVAL 4: _
Brush Chipping, Stump Gri.hding
& Logging
INSURED ." .
Rt. 2 Box 53 Charles Tipton
Port St. Joe, FL 647-3405,
S 12/2


HFranklin

I Building

Stipply
Co.
From Foundation to Finish,
For All Your Building Needs

(904) 227-1199

- Fax (904) 229-8470
HC-1 Cessna Drive,
Costin Airport
Port St. Joe, FL
32456
ttc 9/2


Garage Sale: Saturday, Dec. 4,
good junque sale, 7 a~m. CST, 31st
Street, Mexico' Beach. .Rainil cancels.
I i te 12/2

PASS THE WORD! Come by' 111i
Palm Blvd. December 3rd & 4th., we
have a little bit of a lot of things.
Trash & treasures. 9-5 each day.
Please no early sales. Itc 12/2
Multi-family yard sale, girls'.
small bike. 'kitchen play center,,
clothes, men's suits, what nots and
much more. Friday. Dec. 3rd, 8:00 till
1:00. 1315 Garrison -Ave. Rain can-
cels. tp 12/2
Chnstmas Shop for crystal.
wreaths, arrangements and goodies at.
the Garden Center on 8th Street. Dec.
4th, 8a.m. -1 p.m I e 12/2

Yard Sale. Friday and Sunday, 8-,.
5, Saturday, 1-5. Holiday gifts, taking
orders for gingerbread houses. Some-
thing for everyone! 105 22nd St.,
Me'ico Beach. Itp'12/2
Garage Sale: Saturday. Dec. 4. 8
a m. 3 p.m. 101 Barbara Dr. Electric
dryer, water skis. clothes and more.
tp 12/2

Yard Sale: Saturday. Dec. 4ih. 8
a.m. untl. 503 22nd Street. Items too
numerous to mention. ltp 12/2
Yard Sale: FridaN only. Dec. 3rd.
.b a.m. until I p.m. Men's and ladies'
winter clothes,. girls' infant & toddler
clothes. Playskool playsounds stove.
$40: toys. kitchen Items, collectibles,
205 8th Street. Port St Joe. 227-
1795. tc 12/2
Garage Sale: 312 Second St..
Highland View. Saturday. Dec. 4th, 8
a.m. unul. lte 12/2
Garage. Sale- Frida\ and Satur-
day. Dec. 3 & 4, good quality women s
and junior,clothes; lots of toys and-
stulTed animals, -miscellaneous., 9-5.
C-30, Simmons Bayou. No early sales.,'


CATERING & CAKES
229-6154
SEWING &
ALTERATIONS
:i a ir ,:n th


STUTZMAN CONST. CO.
All Types Roofing
30 years experience
Lie. nRB0030039. RC 0038936
Where Quality Is Higher
Than Price"
229-8631 Lc i2/2

Phone 227-1782, '
Cuts, Color, Frosting, Perms
Betty's Beauty Salon
"A Family Salon"
311 Madison St. Betty Heath
Oak Grove Owner/Mgr.
tfc 12/2


SSt. Joe Rent-All, Inc.
Small Engine Repairs
Factory Warranty Center


|1 Lawnmowers
Weedeaters d
@' Tillers ,
\ *Chain saws
Generators |
S Pumps
*-. Engine Sales 1


706 1st St.-St. Joe
227 -2112
S- -tfc 12/2


LLC # RFO051042
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
ER 0011618

JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
REMODELING RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL
INSTALLATION OF WATER LINES AND SEWER LINES
MINOR ELECTRICAL
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA tfc 12/2 904/229-6821


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 tro 12/2


FOSTER TREE &
LAWN SERVICE *
No Job Too Big ...
Or Too Small *
FREE ESTIMATES *
q, ,11/11 904/639-5368


TRADES and SERVICES


PAGE 6B















I Public Notices 1


R.N.'s. The Florida Department of
Corrections has immediate openings
for Registered Nurses at Gulf Correc-
tional Institution located in Wewa-
hitchka, FL. Qualifed candidates
must be -licensed in, Florida. Will ac-
cept graduates. C6inpetitive salary,
excellent fringe benefits, retirement,
vacation', health and life insurance.
Shift work required. Interested appli-
cants should submit a State of Flori-
da Employment. Application to Gulf
Correctional Institution, P. O. Box
#10, Wewahltchka, FL 32465, or call
904-639-5139 for more information.
Deadline to apply Is close of business,
December 8, 1993. An Equal Oppor-
tunity Employer. Itc 12/2

Job Opportunity: The Gulf
County School Board is accepting ap-
plications for School Bus Driver for
the Port St. Joe area. Interested per-
son should contact S. M. Eubanks,
Coordinator, Gulf County School
Board Offices, Niles Road, Port St.
Joe, FL 32456, (904) 227-1204. Appli-
cation forms are available at the
above address. The successful appli-
cants must be fingerprinted in accor-
dance with Florida Statutes. Cost for
fingerprinting must be paid by the job
candidate. The successful candidate
) will be required to obtain a Commer-
cial Drivers License and a School Bus
Drivers License. Cost for all licenses
must be paid by the job candidate.
The application deadline is 12:00
noon, on December 10, 1993. Gulf
County Schools is an equal opportu-
nity employer. 2tc 12/2

NEEDED: LPN's and RN charge
nurse. Excellent benefits. Shift difle-
rential. Apply Bay St. Joseph Care
Center, Monday Friday, 8, a.m. 5
p.m. tfc 12/2

Nursing assistant positions atall-
able. Training for ceruficauon protid-
ed. CNA positions also available. Ap-
ply In person. Bay St. Joseph Care
Center fc 12/2







Elec-rolux and all other vacu-
ums, repairs and sales, bags. any-
thing for any vacuum and any central
built-in vac's. Callaway Vacuum &
Sewing Machines. Ty.ndall Parkway.
near Hwy. 22. Panama City. FL
32404. 763-7443 or 1-800-717-7253.
p thi-rii 9,' I 94

17 ft. self-contained travel trailer
with air cond.. great for hunter. Call
648-8258. ic 12/2

Sofa $40: ciair $20: 5'7' carpet
$20; curtains & drapes; pair of finch-
es $15: w/cage $20: dinette table
$20. 648-8575. -. ltp 12/2

One all leather black men's jack-
et. like new, size medium. I brown
corduroy men s jacket. like new. size
mcd. 647-5847. lie 12/2

Brand new exercise bic.cle. must
sell due to health reasons. $140 \al-
tie. will sell for $75 obo. 227-349 1.
d'c 12/2

Sears side-b3 -side refrigerator/
freezer, excellent condiuon. $150..
-works great. Large Kerosune heater.
used 1 winter. excel. cond. $125.
648-5994. lie 12/2

Craftsman tools and Die Hard
batteries are available now at West-
ern Auto Store, 219 Reid Ave. 227-
1105.' tfo,12/2-

Cplor console remotee, $95; 19"
color $55; VCR $60. Monster tires
38.5.\ 15 (31, 647-3116. 3tc 1 1 18

Have a budding musician in the
future? Treat them to a Harmony gui-
tar, Special price, $100. Call 227-
1467.-: 2tc 11FI/25

1984 14'x70' mobile home, 3
bdrn., 2 ba., cen. h&a. front porch
arid 8'x25'. back room, partially fur-
nished. 639-5101.. tfc 12/2

Coimmodore 64 computer. disk
drive, printer, keyboard, 64 monitor,
many games, ready to run! $375. Call
(904) 227-1731 or 229-6031. t 12/2
tfc 12/2

C.apress swings, "chairs, etc. See
at Cantley's Bargain Barn Hwy. 71
S., Wewalitchka at intersection of
SOverstreet Rd. & Hwy. 71. ,


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 12/2

Western Auto Special. Computer
spin balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105. tfc 12/2

Port St. Joe Western Auto now
honoring Panama City Western Auto
Co. store advertised tire sale prices.
Computerized WHEEL ALIGNMENT..
Sears Card now at Port St. Joe West-
ern Auto. Discover TOO! 227-1105.
tfc 12/2

FREE: Eight lesson Bible study.
Postage and envelope supplied.
Send request to Bible Study, P. O.
Box 758, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
tfe 12/2



CAPE CAFE

Cape San Blas
would like to host your
holiday gathering.
Call.229-8688 Thursday -
Sunday, 10 a.m. 9 p.m
for reservations. ,
2tc 11/25







AKC male Pekingese. only two
gorgeous puppies, ready Just in time
for Chnstmas delivery. Vet checked.
wormed.& shots. $250. Call to reserve
yours. 227-1467. 2tc 11/25

HAPPY JACK TRIVERMICIDE:
Recognized safe & effecnve by U. S.
Center for Veterinary Medicine
against look. round. & tapeworms in
dogs & cats. Available O-T-C at BAR-
FIELDS LAWN & GARDEN. 229-
2727. 10tc 1 1/25

Dissatisfied with discount store,
dry dog foods? Ask BARFIELD LAWN
& GARDEN. 229-2727 about HAPPY
JACK PRO-BRED meat ration and HI-
ENERGY dog foods. Insure your dog's
wintry coat. 10tc 11/25







4 PRIME REAL ESTATE FOR SALE:
Swamp. gators included. Contact
LUOF/Gator Realty 1-993-3321 or
contact any Florida fan. Itp 12/2

3 bedroom. I bath house with
carport. $39.000. Call 227-7287.
tfc 12/2

1.4 acres at Simmons Bayou.
parually cleared. Lots of old oak trees.
5 minutes from town. golf course and
beaches. Call 904-229-2708 after 5
pm tc 12/2

Must sell: great condition 14\
70 mobile home arid lot located in
%Wewa. Lands Landing area. Call 227-
1313. tic 12/2

S2 bedroom. I bath house on 1/2
acre lot. 7 miles north of O~erstreet.
Call 648-6433. tic 12/2

1/2 acre lot with septic tank.
$9.500 OversLreet Road. Owner fi-
nancirg. 227-2020. ask for Billy.
Stic 12/2

LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery
Road, mirule olTf Oerstreet Road. 9
miles south of Wewa. Owner financ-
Sing. Call 229-69131. tfc 12/2



FOR SALE
Brick home, 4 bedroom, 2
1/2 bath, $155,000.00.
115 Alien Memorial Way.
Call Hilda Duren, 229-6031
and leave message. ,12/2


PUBLIC NOTICE
The FPPIC (JTPA) Is requestingbids for.Jai-
torlal Service for their office located at 209 Monu-
ment Avenue. Port St. Joe. Florida.
Specifications may be obtained byl calling
229-8438. Minority business owners are encotur-
aged to submit bids. ,December 13. 1993. Dead- .'
lime.
Pilblish Dec. 2. 1993

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
-. Case #93-348
CHARLES W. NORTON and wife.
CAROLINE E. NORTON,
Plaintiffs, .
vs.
GENEVA I. KINGRY and husbatid, R. R. KINGRY.
If living, and If dead. their unknown heirs, devi-
sees. grantees, successors or assigns and all other
persons claiming by. through or under them.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GENEVA I. KINGRY and husband, R. R. KIN-
GRY, If living, amd If dead. their unknown
'heirs. devilsees.grantees; successors or as-
e. l,- .. J all ,: lrher i., ,.l.:.th i>,,, hy.
t- '. ..1 .*iJi i, ilel Ul.e .,n
,,-,II AR HEKR-i E'i NC,1FiED ih-,r art action
to quiet title to real property sltuaef In Gulf
County. Florida described as follows has been
filed, to wit I. I ,
"CoImment..,:t rfrle .-ui Cr Ic onlurient at the
Southwest C :. 1, 1 A t.: '. Bl.:k 17; YON'S ADDI-
TION 'TOt BEAC',N HiLL ,:.:,:..lii. d t;, h. o,1.l
thereof r it: :,il. -d ih '.i- .lTI,: .:. -i e 't-ile ir ;.1" ii ,: ii
.':.l | cGlf > :.l.gii .. l. .l r1 l i i -I
l:.illre, i ,dl'.llr tire N.:..-tl.er ] nIglr :.l t r m, e lir '
State Road 30 for 820 feet: then turn left 90 de-
grees for 100 feet to an Iron pin on the Southwest
right of way line of State Road 30 for a POINT OF
BEGINNING. Fromn said Point of Begimilig turn
right 90 degrees .for 106.0 feet along said South-
west right of way line to an Iron pin; then turn left
90 degrees for 125 feet more or less to the shore of
St. Joseph Bay: then turn left .DdI- :i -.:.-.e llne'
for 106.0 feet more or .less :. a 'heui, .r.... left
along a line perpendicular to said right of way line
for 125 feet more or less-to the Point of Beginning.
The I-.': 1 a I -.j, P le I e 1. ,, .',1 II .1h, .:h, .4.-:
u.:.l Fi.e- 151 TOWti-rhilp u0 rLhti- 1 PI,' I I '.v ,r.
.U.I ARE REQLIRED t5 -er r-a c:.I) .:l your
whmeir -Iefeier if c r 'a' iohe r:r'f.-. r .. f.-riolt-
-1 s rlirl> re)t 'h.>' ..,, rir id .r 'lriie: I: ;-iLLIAM
S RJu-H. RISH a GICBSN PA p P 6E:,.l 9 Port
3, J.:.- Fl.,ilJ 324E5: o :, bI :e r e-,, 4i- 2th
ofr De:'iiLer 1993 a..I I'lle trhe ritli h i l lhir e e
Clerk o CAiiCaCil Coint elhe-i Lelc.ee eiie -:. pe-
Jlu ierr r. t l lie linr iie -ll rei, L c reie i e ,her-
1 Ieli1r mill be entelee i 1r l the leli-i rtenAid-
eil II thie C.:|III[.,lr II
W htire'-. iI:, h.u.,i and 'eri .:.f 'he :.: .r : e
22irJ dJ, ,o eitf Nemer ,9g3
BE-jN C' C. LISTER. a; Cleilk :,fCl,,.,Ii C,:.-r'
Cill C.,I rlty Floaid:
/, T.:,,,' Kj,,..x DepC II, Clerk
Publish No., 25 Dec 2. 9 : uJ I, 1993

IN TIE (. IRCt.LIT ,OIUjRT OF THI-E FrOU'RTEENTh-
..UDIC:hl. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR GULF C:UNTi :
FLORIDA
PROBATE Di'. IIr:',N
File N..rmb., a-C:2
IN RE Estate i
TH-NIMAS NA4THANIEL SMI TH
SDeceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The admiiilstiU .:,I .1 of' te esiLte of Tih.:-rllr
Nrthamulel Sinlth. rdcease.J. File Ni.naer 3. 02 1-
lieir.lli.H 'hr th re CIrc.l C",'.,.rt 'r i I' ll Co,,r F : r-
1,1io '-Ab te Di'.i-ioiit '-he djiess 6i whicr:h I5 100"
Fifth SiSee Poir sr .oI-e FI.ri..r .2j1456 The
n nl1.e .id ia'ld rese: .of th- e pe-i .:, I ..r pl.r -eir" -
Mie ti.r1 tlhe per-oi- al rrept e.elritLije ; tLiAI.il1 are
set I'c th h-el..-
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All pe o.h cra i suh.h n ',i- i,.-rjce : -elned
rih.. h, I l.A.jecu:.,is thn t Cichillehle r',e olf.ii *I
iite will. the ,'i. litll U..-it. rl i iee ipe c-i.al leeple-
sehwrull'e enule or JiIsdic-ur, ,--" ul- I Cohlt 'i
P-.q,,ired .U, IllC their l-',eu.l hii th i hi-i C.:,L t
WITHIN TE LATER OF THiEE n MoNiTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST FLUBLICATIC'N OF THiS
NOTICE OR ITHIRlr' DAYS AFTER THE DATE. -OF
SERViCE OF A CCP OF THiS NOTICE ON T-EM
All c.edllts lof the .Ie- e. ']ent al i:. r i- er pet.
'.is hir hC nt ci mlt-' .r rlemsr ,s at Oli.r 1jeilerde,. :
e-.'r ,e : 'h-:,hi .0 .t;,p1 ,-"1 ti-r. l -1,tUce iL -er.'- 'cij-r
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iJ':,ir dr'-l [lr- tlrv irr -' I'le their clrain *lrht h i
>.,i, t WiTHIN T-I LATER OF TiREE M'r-NTi-iS
AFTER THE DATE OF Ti-IE FiR.T PIBLICATIOrJ
'Fr Tri.s Njr-CE OR FHIRi n n DAYS AFTEF Ti-E
DATE OF SER.SICE OF A COPY ,',F ThI-i N'ijTI-_E
ON THEINM
All -:-i er cn re lt r c-' if iI e P. :eled, .irt *1J I I,-
St.,', i i-,.111 alnits Cr ,enrjr.t ,. a i, rhe dece.
lri.ht e= tale -muT ie their mclti-rr' ith ahi Cu.i,
WITHIN THREE M.':.THSi AFTER TiE DATE. OF
T-ILE FIRST F L.iLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
,, BARRED.
i-re dole -A lthe i rsI pr ,ihhc u.:.i c- i thli .io-
uciJt 1t N.,etrrher 25. ,1993
Personal Representative-
,'- Nellie & St-dit-.
Aitorney for Personal Representative
/r/ ER'.lN A GONZA.LEZ E-5 4
Fl. -rih B.r No. 500720
Roiles & C,riralez. P A
100 Srt, it, Bicai ire B.rile l3rd
S ,ulie 9"'0
Miair. Flouid'r 33131
130'51371-5-94-I
SF,.ljsh. N.:,. 25. .l 1Dec 2. 1993

NOTICE TO ACCEPT SEALED BIDS
Tie CFr of Me Esi:.. beach isr' accepi.,
wsere I L.s Id f i,ea Frio r \-'he I l Orie, F.:c. Dru.r
-olice -.ehitle For spe.:]li,.un, v call Chief Jel
Seller. Meuc.- Be cli P.:.li.e Dep rt.. I relt a i 1 1)41
.:-1.-5700. ,o Ttine P 0 B.:.x 1 3425 Mevji.:o
Beach Fi:.hid: 32410 e, led t.Iit ,'il I..e a.:c... e t
ar LN, HAll .r.iul De.eeiTLer 10 I 9) 3 t 12 u')
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IN TIi ,:CIRCULIT COURT FOLRTEENTrhit JUDI.
CtAL"CIRCUIT OF TiE STATE OF FLORIDA IN
AND F ,F R GULF i- Ou'NTI
IN RE T-e MatN e,:l a .
BR,',-.T TELLER MAT'niS. *
H,.-l. di- J Petitioner
And
BERJieCC Mt.E r.LMATIili
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NOTICE OF ACTION
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S Gu Si OF BAY CO..
e INC.


820 Highway 98 Mexico Beach


648-5716 ,

NEW LISTINGS:

Lot 10, Block A, Phase I, Gulfaire, $55,000.00.
On Intracoastal Waterway, 1.9 acres, with septic and well, '
$35,000.00.

1769 N. Highway 71, approx. 1.75 acres with septic and well, -
$25,000.00.


Mexico Beach, 139 Palm Ave. 2 ba., 2 1/2 baths, plus den, stil,t
home with storage and parking underneath. Reduced to
$79,900.00.

Sunshine Acres, Lot 14, approx. 2.93 acres, $12,000.00.

Highland View: 202 Bayview Dr. 2 bd., 1 bat. stilt home with
great view of Bay and los of amenities, $89,900.00.


tofier's Attorney: ROBERT M. MOORE. 324 Reid
Avenue. P. 0. Box 248. Port St Joe. Florida
32456; and file the original thereof ini the Circult
Court Clerk's Office. Gulf County Courthouse. Port
St. Joe. Florida 32456. on or before the 20th day,
Sof'.December. 1993. If you fall to do so. a Final
Judgment for the relief sought may be granted by
t. lefauilt. "
DATED this the 16th day of November. 1993.
BENNY C. LISTER
Clerk of CircuitE Court
By: /s/ Tonya Knox
Deputy Clerk
Publish: Nov. 18. 25. Dec. 2 anti 9. 1993


INsiJATIor TO BID
Sealed proposals will be received In the office
of the City Clerk. 305 Fifth Street Port SL Joe..
Florida. until 4:30 p.m.. Decemberi20. 1993. for
the acquisition of lighting equipment for the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida. as outlined in the speciflca-
tions pertaining thereto.
Specifications and bid documents tamy be
obtained from the City .Clerk's Office, 305 Fifth
I S'., I, II, I ".. ,,, 1 'J 0 41
I -. I.' .1, 1. 11 I,, ." i h I, ,:l,. 1.e 1
and read at the City Commissioii meeting. Decem-
ber 21. 1993. at 8:30 p.m. ito the'City Commission
Chamlibers. City Hall. 305 Fifth Street Port St. Joe,
F lorida. Thile Cl .- .', ,'- ." .. dd r .. [. .:. 'r ,, .,
all -ids. or to J- 1",, 1 u I I-l ', 1 '. in i," I :l
Interest of the City.
/s/Jim Maloy. MPA
City Auditor/Clerk
Publish: December 2, 1993.


:.l -tE t-jm,'_-I] *- .'.0bT fio-, GULF ,OLUNTni
:iJ-K i i.... f i A
.,* FILE NUMBER'93-71
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
LOLA P. COSTIN..
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The ,,,i1ll,l .r, l .-. I .r I, rIh :.1- LOLA"P.
COSTIN., '.:.--.: I fiIe N.|I,,r; i' I pending
In the Clh,,: i ,_>.. :ir I.:1 ,,11 .,.,Iiii, Fl.:, da,' Pro:
bate Divi r .... r.fie ..I.. t :-l' h i. G,..if CI :...frC
Courthouse. 1C000, Fl '. -'.' r:. J:. Fl.: i
da 32456. The ,.* i.. ,. .i -e- .:1 'i.e persoIn-

ALL INTERESTED :PERSONS ARE NOTI-
FIED THAT: I ', "
All le. .s r -,Nrm l iIs iluJce i 1elned
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'iTHiN TI-E LITER OF TriTRCE MONTH-IS AFTER
-LE DATE OF T HE FIRST FuBLICATION OF T-IS
NOTiCE OR Tihtli- DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
.E rv' Ei OF A C,'P OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM
All Credituii .1" 'r-.e deed lnr .idnd other ['er
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ti; CCo.it WlT-ilN t-E LATER OF THREE
MOrrTHS AFTER TIE DAT OF T-E FIRST PLu. .
LiCAT1N i OF TH-lSi NOTICE OR THIiRT DAS .AF
TE.F, ri-E DATE. OF SERVICE OF A COPN OF T-HIS
NOiTICE '-'N T-FLEM
All i '. er credliE.-S Cl Ai he lecedei.i a d per
Z r h. .g crl imo *:.r ,lernri.; d g3ii.s>r the 'ce-
ewlts e.. i e rmuit file K .hen 'i .Ie i i w d-, 15i s c-I It
'AiTHIN TI-uEE MONTHS AFTER TriE DATE OF
T-E FIRST PULICATION OF THlIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The .me .* 'i-.he llh-t pullI.1ti11ii of this Notice
KI Decerml.ir 2 l9. u
Pelsi.:..al Rej, e fehtiall' .I
A.-hl,, lMr1tion C. stu.
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F LORJiDA
PR':.SATE DIVISION
FILE NuMIBER '2 118
IN RE ESTATE OF
AL,.ltA JA.NS ENr
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TI-. DATE orF Ti-E FIR'T PL.BLICATION OF THIS
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ER'. -ICE OF A COF'- OF THIS NOrTICE ON TI-iLM.1
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fIOirrNTi AFTER THE DATE Or THE FIRST PUB-.
LICATION OF" TIlIS NO-TI( E OR HIRTY DAI S AF-.
TER TIHE. DATE OF SERVICEE CF A COP-I OF TI-tl
NOTiCLL E:N T-IE.M
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TI-f FiRT PIUBLICATI-1 N .,F ThIS NOnTLC
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TomTodd

SRealty, ,I NC.


LICENSEEDREGISTEREDREAL ESTATE BROKER

SALES BEACH RENTALS


CAPE SAN BLAS INDIAN PASS
MEXICO BEACH ST. JOE BEACH
PORT ST. JOE

NEW LISTINGS:
MEXICO BEACH 2502 Hwy. 98. brick and cypress, 2br/1 ba home. SPA-
CIOUS FLORIDA ROOM VW/BOOKCASES GALORE! Fireplace w/insert,
cen. h/a, Ig. storage rin., ngle garage. viev. of water and short walk to beach!
$83,000.00. Zoned iouri1lcoiiunercial..
BE I OUR OWN BOSS!!! Carper cleaning BUSINESS FOR SALE. Includes
van, equipment. stae of the art upholstery cleaner, plus inventory. OWNER
' WILL TRAIN! $28,000.00.
SINDIAN P,\SS

Gulf front lot. 100x907 +t12+ acres). Greal view $99,900
.Lagoon front house. 4/3 wilh garage 2+ acres. Private $150,000
GULF PINES SUBDIVISION
G/ Glf view, 2-br/2 ba/Great view. Furnihed. Corner lot. .................. $120,000
Gulf front T/H. 2br/2ba w/loff. Flood ins. Furnished....:.................... $79,900
CAPE SAN BLAS
Gulf view home w/10'. Gulf front. 2br/2 ba w/loft. Furn. $85,000
Gulf front lots (2). 60x400. Owner financing. (each) $55,000
SIMMONS BAYOU/TONES HOMESTEAD
3br/1.5 ba. 1800 sf. on 3/4 acre. Garage/wkshp. Catfish pond...:......... $60,000
3/4 acre building lot. Septic tank already installed. $10,000
5 acres. Fenced for horses. Off main road for privacy. $29,900
HIGHLAND VIEW
Bay front (491') 152' on Butler Bay Rd. Palm trees! Comm./Res. ............... Call
Hwy. 98. 17 acres (M/L). Investor potential. Comnn./Res. Call
, 3rd St. and 5th Ave. Two lots 150x140 each, ea. $14,250
PORT ST., OE
600 Marvin Ave. 3 bd/1 ba, large lot! Reduced. $48,000
517 4th St. 4 BR/2BA home PLLSOLL 0 apts. (2BR/1BA ea). ........ $55,000
WARD RIDGE 128 Barbara Drive NEAT HOME, NICE NEIGHBOR-
HOOD! 4BP/2 BA. on two large lots. Central heat and air, new roof, approx.
2,000 sq. ft. Nicely maintained, lots of potential!! 24x30 workshop. .... $69,900.
MEXICO BEACH
Corner 10th St. & Hwy. 98, commercial, $80,000
139 Palm St., Reduced $79,900
720 Fortner Ave., Owner financing reduced $40,000
Hwy. 386 LARGE STEEL COMMERCIAL BUILDING 40'x60' w/14' door.
Zoned for business. Has older mobile home (2/1) on approximately 4 acres.
REDUCED .. $59,900
ST. IOE BEACH
124 Selma St., 3 bd/2 ba., apartment lbd/1 ba, pool. Reduced ......... $97,000
GULFAIRE SUBDIVISION. 314 Beacon Road. Neat, comfortable 3 BR, 2
ba. w/dbl. gar. SUPER-SPACIOUS MASTER BEDROOM SUITE! Cen. h/
a. Pool and tennis privileges. .................. $87,000.
348 SANTA ANNA ST. HANDYMAN'S DELIGHT! Stucco over frame. 3
BR/1 BA. on large lot. House needs repairs. $25,000

WHITE CITY GULF COUNTY FARMS 2.59 acres. $7,900

Tom Todd Realty, Inc.
HC 1 Box 150, Port St. Joe, FL 32456


800-876-2611

904-227-1501


Thomas M. Todd, Broker
Marie M.Todd, Rental Mgr.
Nancy C. Todd, Associate
Nancy A. Mock, Associate


Brenda J. Lynn, Associate
Margaret Fletcher, Associate
Craig Todd, Associate


. t-I


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1993 PAGE 7B



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PAGE 8B


Woodpeckers


Out-Number


Liberty Residents

So. Who Is Threatening the
Existence of Whom? Huh?
U.S. Senators Bob Graham, Connie Mack, and U.S. Rep. Pete Peter-
son should stay tuned to the woodpecker versus people controversy in
Florida's Liberty County-population 5,500-with 51 percent of its land
in the Apalachicola National Forest. It isn't going to just fade away.
Woodpeckers-specifically the Red-Cockaded (RWP) specie that has
been declared endangered by an act of the U.S. government-
outnumber people considerably in Liberty County. In fact, the majority
rule of woodpeckers in their county and city-folk throughout Florida
and the nation have made the (LCR) Liberty County Redneck the endan-
gered specie, say local leaders at Bristol, the county seat.
Because' of heavy-handed U.S. Forest Service regulations setting
aside huge portions of the forest as woodpecker habitat and cutting
drastically the traditional timber harvest, it's now almost like the 1920's
depression in Liberty County.
That's the reason, fellows, the woodpecker versus people issue is
not going to just fade away. Man is really the most important specie
:around. Although some contend all species are created equal, the hu-
man species really determines what happens on the ground.
You'd better give some thought to a "birds and people" plan to man-
age Florida's national forest, rather thar the "birds or-people" now in ef-
fect, say some qualified people in the field, including Tallahassee land
management consultant W.V. McConnell.
McConnell, a retired forester with 30 years in the U.S. Forest Ser-
vice (10 in the Apalachicola), said 50 years of management on the Apa-
lachicola transformed cut-over degraded wastelands into 'a productive,
resource-rich woodland containing the world's largest population of
Red-Cockaded woodpeckers.
"By what strange logic do the management practices which pro-
duced such ,dramatic results suddenly become unacceptable? There
are, no doubt, better ways to manage, but must the entire system shut
down while these new ways are being found and tested?" he asked.
McConnell said he has found new evidence-utilizing pictures of
the forest throughout the years, that shows the red-headed woodpecker
living quite well in cut-over forests not containing the large old-grovwth
trees that environmentalists claim they need to survive.
He is preparing for the forest service and congress a balanced aged
forest that can accommodate both the woodpecker and people. "It is a
plan to manage the entire ecosystem rather than the: individual specie
(as is now the pase)," he said.
Similar arguments, of course, didn't work last summer when the
U.S. Congress passed legislation compensating Oregon, California, and
washington for shutting down their timber harvest because of the pres-
ence of the Northern Spotted Owl, another specie on the federal endan-
gered list.
"Liberty County would have received more than $1.6 million over
the next decade in place of funding we would have previously received
in timber sales," said Johnny Eubanks. publisher of the Liberty-
Calhoun Journal.
C Eubanks said that Graham, Mack, and Peterson fought for inclu-
sion of Florida in that Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993, but they went
ahead and voted for the bill when their amendments to it were defeated.
"If they had really been for us, they would have voted against the
act as a protest. It passed by a very close vote and could have been de-
feated if they had stuck together against it," Eubanks said.
Liberty County officials are trying to make a comeback in their
economy by diversification from wood products and by an application to
congress for a regional Job Corps Center.
The application stresses the healthy rural environment, the respon-
sibility congress has to help restore the economy it has literally de-
stroyed, and the county's nearness to the urban populations-of Talla-
hassee and Panama City where many at-risk young people live.
Guess what? Their biggest opposition to such a center is: the city of
Tallahassee, which also has applied for a Job Corps Center.
Florida currently has three Job Corps Centers, all located in urban
settings with-of course-many more votes for congressmen than Liber-
ty County.
It is going to be interesting to see if Graham, Mack, and Peterson
are going to go all out for little hard-hit Liberty County this time? Or
stay safely with the bigger urban vote in the cities, far from the land of
Red-Cockaded woodpeckers?


one on.


This holiday season, join Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and me, your Allstate
agent, in the "Tie One On for Sfety""' campaign promoting safe, sober driving. Stop by
my office for your free red ribbon; and fly V n
it proudly from your antenna or side mirror. 1u 111 0UU0 1 S .
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The Sharks completed their
final football game of the season
at the Quincy Rotary Bowl on No-
vember 20; with a defeat over
Pensacola Catholic of 31-3. The
Sharks showed great effort and
enthusiasm as many players got
in the game and had a little fun
while playing ball.
Well, it's out with the old and
in with the new as basketball sea-
son, boys and girls, gets under
way. The Lady Sharks defeated
Chipley 36-34 and Wewa 41-28.
J.V. and Varsity boys basketball
will start Dec. 4, when they travel
to Tallahassee Godby. It's been
an exciting football season,, but
now it's time for some slam dun-
kin'.
Two highly regarded awards,
the DAR Good Citizen and VFW
Voice of Democracy, were award-
ed to deserving students at the
high school. Brant Bizek, the
Good Citizen Award recipient,
was chosen by the faculty and his
classmates Deann d Redmond,
Tonya Carpenter, and Melissa An-
derson were chosen as the school
winners for the nation's most
widely recognized speech contest,
the VFW Voice of Democracy.
The PRIDE flag honorees are,
also not to be forgotten. The Con-
cert Choir was honored with the
flag for their outstanding perfor-
mance. In honor of Carolyn Rish's
dedication, patience, and excel-
lent guidance, the flag was flown
in her name. The intelligent
S.G.A. officers-Deann Redmond,
Missy Nobles, Joni Peak, and
Kristi Lawrence were honored for
their combined grade point aver-
age of 3.958. Greg Johnson was
honored for his help with the suc-
cessful S.G.A. pie auction. For
Brant Bizek being chosen as the
DAR award -recipient, he had the
flag flown in his honor. The Varsi-
ty football team was honored
once more for their great year.
The flag was also flown for the
many girls and guys who made
the Achieverts Club for the sec-
ond six weeks. Finally who better
to fly the PRIDE ,flag in honor of
than the PRIDE committee for
their hard work?
Of course, a week couldn't go
by without announcing the Stu-
dents of the Week and Shooting


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1993
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Stars. The Students of the Week
are Betty Ingram anrd David Den-
ton, and the Shooting Stars are
Amanda Paschall and Robby
Pyne.
The middle school students
are very studious, but sometimes
they just need to get out and act
like turkeys. This past week, the
3rd annual Turkey Trot (a mile
relay race in which each A.A.
competes against each other) was'
held. The winning AA groups
were Mrs. Rish 7-2 in the 7th
grade and Mrs. Elmer 8-1 in the
8th grade.
During the Thanksgiving holi-
day, Alyson Lowrey (former
PSJHS student now attending
Florida State University) and the
high school received notification
that she was chosen to be the
Gulf County recipient of the Chal-
lenger Astronauts Memorial


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