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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: January 27, 1994
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 431-05
ALBERTVILLE AL 35950


USPS 518-880

FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR, NUMBER 22


Scallops




MakeA




Comeback


In the Gulf Off St. Joseph

Peninsula After Absence
A fleet of fishing boats and crewmen are feverishly working
around the clock, weather permitting, to take advantage of a
transient scallop bed lying off-shore from St. Joseph Peninsu-
la. before it moves on again.
The succulent shell-fish made a previous appearance in
the Gulf of Mexico in about the same place as the present
wave, a few years ago and fishermen worked fast and furious-
ly to harvest the crop before it disappeared.
The latest migration deposited the long, deep bed of scal-
lops off-shore about three weeks ago, at a normally slack peri-
od for fishermen around here. U.S. Fresh, a firm operating out
of Bedford, Mass., moved in to assist local fishermen take ad-
vantage of the bonanza; harvesting, packing and cleaning the
favorite with seafood restaurants everywhere.
TWO CLEANING MACHINES OPERATING
There are two mechanical cleaning machines located here
in Port St. Joe, which are mechanically shucking the scallops
and a small army of 60-70 people are Washing the meats and
placing thm in gallon containers for shipment. ,



The scallop soasofi is in fiu.l, sWiig -a
_-evie bgte-conveor- be1 .-
shown above delivering the scallops-
from the boat to the processing plant. In.
the photo at left, workers pack the suc-
culent morsels for shipment.




.:, ..The two cleaning machines are located in Woods Fisheries
r"'and Raffleld Fisheries. The photos on this page were made
Tuesday about noon. at Woods Fisheries.
Edward Wood, owner of the seafood company, said the
.machine shucks about 200 gallons of the meat per hour. The
fishing boats are timed to'arrive at the docks at about two
hour intervals, in order to keep production moving.
With two cleaning machines in operation at this rate, the
scallop appearance is making quite an impact on the c9m-
mercial fishing industry here in Gulf County.
\ ONLY A SHORT WHILE
Gene Raffield, manager of Raffield Fisheries said the scal-
lops only last a short while, before the bed moves on to a new
location. 'They could be gone tomorrow," he said. The scal-
.,.lops, which show up just as suddenly as they leave, are in a
bed about 20-30 miles long and up to 100 yards wide. There
-- is no finesse to catching them. Boats just dredge them up in
huge buckets, fill up the boat and bring them ashore.
th-ahoe


The Gulf County Commission
honored a pioneer citizen and.
early settler of the county Tues-
day evening as they unanimously
agreed to name one of- the
county's three high-rise bridges
in his honor.
Charles Guilford, James Gull-
ford, Mrs. J. R. Guilford and Ray-
mond Hardy of Overstreet, made
a formal request of the Commis-
sion to consider naming the re-
cently-completed bridge for W. G.
Hardy, Sr., the first settler of the
Overstreet community.
Mrs. Guilford told the Board
Hardy, who was her father, first
came to Overstreet in 1908 and
began operation of a naval stores
business. 'The property at Over-
street became eligible for home-
steading in that year and my fa-
ther moved his family there and
the family has lived there ever
since that time," Mrs. Guilford
said.
Charles Guilford made the re-
quest from the family to the
Board, saying. 'We've discussed
the matter with Representative
Robert Trammell and Senator Pat
Thomas and received their ap-
proval of the action."
Commissioner Billy Traylor.
who is the Commissioner for the
Overstreet community, 'made the
motion, recommending the bridge
be named the "W. G. Hardy
Bridge". His motion was unani-
S"''mu'sly approved by file Comrfils-
sion.
The new high-rise bridge is
the first fixed position bridge 'to
serve C-386 at OverstreeL In the
past the crossing had been served
by either a ferry or a floating
bridge.
DRUG TESTING
Mandatory drug testing of
county employees became nearer
reality Tuesday night, as attorney
Pat Floyd advised the Board their
decision didn't need union ap-
proval to be included in the rules
governing employees. "A federal
law approves the practice and
gives the action precedent over
any union contract." Floyd said.
Commissioner Billy Traylor
inaugurated the requirement sev-


eral weeks ago, when three of the
county employees were charged
with various activities by the Gulf
County Sheriffs Department, and
suspended from their jobs with
the county, pending outcome of
the charges.
On receiving Floyd's legal
opinion.- Commissioner Traylor
made a motion the requirement
be adopted by the Board as a part
of their work rules. Commission-
ers Nathan Peters and Jesse Arm-
strong asked if the measure in-
cluded provision for treatment
after the first charge. Upon learn-
ing that Traylor's measure did
provide treatment after the of-
fense, but called for dismissal af-
ter the second offense, the Com-
mission voted unanimously for
Traylor's motion.
ROAD PAVING
The Commission voted Tues-
day evening to advertise several
road paving projects throughout
the county to be included in a
paving project and agreed. to call
for bids, to be received the second
meeting in February.
When asked for a list of the
roads to be paved the Board was
reluctant to reveal the roads be-
ing considered for the paving. "We
have included about 20 projects
in the bid request, knowing there
isn't going to be money to pave
them all. We're getting bids to see
S-Just how- mai -'a'wlh
the money we have available')
Chairman Warren Yeager said.
The Board has $50,0100 avail-
able for the project in each of the
five districts in the County. The
money comes from the state sec-
ondary road fund.
ADDITION COST
The Commission was
stunned when Building Depart-
ment director Don Butler told.
them he had an estimate of the
cost for an addition to the Court-
house to serve as a Commission
meeting room. Butler told the
Board the addition, 32' by 60',
would cost an estimated
$155,000.
Butler was asked to provide
(See BRIDGE on Page 3)


Gulf Co. to Manage Special


Fund for Emergency Foods,

County Commission Placed In Charge by FEMA


Gulf County has been -chosen
to receive funds to supplement
emergency food and shelter pro-
grams in the area.
, The selection was made by a
National Emergency Mainagement
,Agency [FEMA] and consists of
representatives from the Salva-


Chamber
Breakfast
There will be a Chamber
Breakfast on Friday, Janu-
ary 28, for members of the
Port St. Joe/Gulf County
Chamber of Commerce mem-
bers only. The breakfast will
be held at J. Patrick's Res-
taurant at 7:45 a.m. and will
feature Gene Hallmark from
United Chamber Insurance
Plans, who will' be there to
discuss the health plan 'and
answer any questions you
may have. I


tion Army; American Red Cross,
Council of Jewish Federations,
Catholic Charities, USA, National
Council of Churches of Christ in
the U.S.A. and United Way of'
America which will provide the
administrative staff and function
as fiscal agent. The board was
charged to- distribute funds ap-
propriated by Congress to help
expand the capacity of food and
shelter programs in high-need ar-
eas around the country.
COMMISSION IN CHARGE
A local ,board made up of.
members appointed by the Gulf
county Board of County Commis-
sioners will determine how the
funds awarded to Gulf county are
to be distributed among the emer-
gency food and shelter programs
run by local service organizations
in the area. The local board is re-
sponsible for recommending
agencies -to receive these funds
and any additional funds availa-
ble under this phase of the pro-
gram.
Under the terms of the grant


from the national board, local
governments or private voluntary
organizations chosen- to receive
funds must: 11 be non-profit, 21
have an accounting system and
conduct an annual audit. 31 prac-
tice nondiscrimination, 4] have'
demonstrated the capability to
deliver emergency food and/or
shelter programs, and 5] if they
are a private voluntary organiza-
tion, they must have a voluntary
board. Qualifying organizations
are urged to apply on or before
February 28, 1994.
COUNTY EXPERIENCED
Gulf County has distributed
emergency food and shelter funds
previously with the Gulf County
Senior Citizens participating with
the Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners. They were re-
sponsible for providing $8,526 for
emergency, food programs. They
provided 4,722 meals in 1993.
Larry Wells, administrative
assistant' for the Commission, is
the local contact for the new pro-
gram.


New Name,

Owners
A major business in Port St
Joe will change hands the end of
this week, with final arrange-
ments currently going on to make
the change over effective.
Johnson Lumber Company, a
major supplier of'lumber and oth-
er building products in Gulf and
Franklin counties for the past
eight years, is in the process of
being sold to Capital City Lumber
Company and will open for busi-
ness next week under the new
name of Bayside Lumber Compa-
ny.
Nell Porter of Capital City has
been in Port St Joe, making final
arrangements for the new owners
to assume operation of the firm
all this week. Porter, a partner in
the parent company, is no strang-
er to Port St. Joe. He is a relative
of the Ned and Richard Porter
family and attended school at
Port St. Joe High School.
Porter said he is pleased to be
associated with Port St. Joe once
more' and eager to get started in
his new venture.
The new business will be lo-
cated in the same building John-
son Lumber has occupied for the
past two years.


Johnson's Lumber will have a new name and new owners Monday
morning; purchased by Tallahassee firm.


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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, JANUARY 27,1994


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Bridge Named



for Pioneer

Commission Votes to Place Name
of W. G. Hardy, Sr. on Name Plate


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PAGE TWO THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1994


No. 1 Problem

.GOVERNMENTS AT ALL LEVELS are urging on John Q. Cit-
izen one of the most heinous problems, quirks, disasters, or
'whatever you wish to label-it, known to man. And it's all in the
name of raising state revenue ... but at what cost?
We read an article last week which said compulsive gambling
is fast becoming the nation's number one problem. The state of
Florida is aidfing and abetting the growth of that problem. So are
at least half the states in the United States today. State lotteries,
casinos, bingo parlors, video games, slot machines and numer-
ous other games of chance have moved gambling deep into the
fabric of American society.
In Florida we have the Lottery sucking up every nickle a gul-
lible public will allow it to, due to-the promise of a dream of win-
ning millions. Newspaper and television advertising in this part
of Florida are daily wooing the people to come to Grand Casino
.n Mississippi to "realize their financial fortune in the five-
football-field-size" casinos which have been provided there,.
ALL OF THIS IS leading to a population hooked on gam-
bling, according to the Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling.
It is becoming a worse epidemic than drugs. And, it's all legal in
the name of raising state revenue.
This organization has horror tales to tell of children as young
as nine. women who committed suicide, retirees who lost their
savings, homes and self-respect, from becoming hooked on gam-
blng.
Something for nothing. That erroneous dream is causing
'youth In untold numbers to gamble on lotteries, sports events.
video poker, etc. Just another means of eroding their values,
while the nation is trying to instill human values to help with
the growing crime rate.
WE BELIEVE THAT the casino gambling element will try
again to gain a foot-hold In Florida with the oldest ploy known to
man; "so many other states are doing. it, we had just as well get
our share." Do not misunterstand the phrasing here. The real re-
cipient of the benefits of casino gambling are the owners of the
casinos. The state of Florida will receive only pennies to mollify
the public into a minimum of complaints., -
We have said ever since the creation of the Florida lottery
that it is the worst thing which could be brought to Florida or
any other state. Really the worst thing was the pari-mutuel bet-
ting allowed by our state, making it easier for the other gaming
methods to gain a foothold.
We sincerely hope and pray that when you, the citizens of
Florida have an opportunity-any opportunity-you will add
your voice to opposing this problem which is fast becoming the
nation's number-one problem.


Academic Changes

THE ATHLETIC BANQUET last Thursday night honored a
lot of young athletes for their accomplishments in things like
cross country, volleyball. and football, revealing their competitive
abilities. The awards also acknowledged something else about a
majority of the young athletes. It revealed they were also excel-,
lent students.
Florida athletic rules were changed recently, requiring a stu-"
dent LQ make a passing grade average before he or she co-uld'
compete in high school athletics. Many people objected to the re-
quirements. saying they would erode the quality of the games
and keep students who wished to play from competing because
of his or her grades.
: IN PORT ST. JOE nothing could be further from the truth.
Port St. Joe athletes and teams have built a reputation of being
competitors in whatever sport they compete In. We had a com-
petitor for the state football crown this year. and but for one bad
game, played In a torrential downpour, they would have made It.
The cross country team were competitors throughout the state of
Florida. with at least one individual setting a state record.
-That's the athletic accomplishments; what about the scholas-
tic'accomplishments?
.These are considerable, also. Of the 179 athletes competing
In these activities, this year. 90 were presented with awards for
having at least a 3.0 grade average. That's a "B" average, folks!
This isn't all. Of the 179 athletes participating. 16 were given
awards for having a straight "A", or a 4.0 scholastic average.
I WONDER WHAT OTHER school would have such accom-
plishments among its young jocks? What school in Class AA
wouldn't drool at having young athletes accomplish the success-
es.. year after year. the Sharks are able to accomplish'?
W; e are ali proud of their athletic prowess and records, but
we are doubly proud of the fact that they are also such accom-
plished students.


L


Hunker Down with Jess By Jesse Colbert


A Legend, Alrightl


The last time Daddy took us
on a vacation my. older brother
was in the third grade. We went
to Disney World. I don't know
how old I was but I don t remem-
ber a thing about Disney World.
The only thing I do remember
was spilling my milk at the pan-
cake place and Daddy telling us
as we were leaving to come home.
"The next time we go on a family
vacation-you boys will be old
enough to drive yourselves!"
My older brother graduates
from high school this May and
has been driving for two years.
I'm about eight months away
from getting my license.
True to his word. Dad "took
us" on another vacation.
Of course, as Dad would say,.
let's be honest here, he didn't
want to go. As a matter of fact, he
went kicking and screaming. I re-
member a couple of months back
when Mom broke the news to
him ....
"Snow skiing In Colorado!
You're nuts! This is not my fami-
ly! Your bodies have been taken
over by some alien force! We live


in Florida! It's cold In Colorado
this time of year! You can't even
get there from he--"-
' .- Josh, who knows Dad better
than anyone else in the world,
leaned over and whispered. 'It's
the money-he doesn t want to
spend the money."
Mother explained to him that
this was Josh's senior trip. Our
last vacation "as a family". What
lifelong memories we would be
making. "Remember, Hon., how
much fun the boys had at Disney
World." I kinda' rolled my eyes on
that one...
Josh leaned over again.
'We re going to need MImi."
Aunt Jo Blair and Uncle Alan,
were going. Mom was telling him
how much fun it was going to be.
"And Kes, Jo Blair has paid for,
the tickets out there."
I saw him soften just for an,
instant.
"MImi Is going to have to go."
Josh kept whispering in my-
"And Jo Blair has already
paid for our condo," Mother
pressed the attack. "so It won't
cost very much."
"I thought for Josh's senior
" trip, we could all go up to that lit-


tie town in Georgia that still has
mule day. I couldn't tell if
Dad was kidding or not! .
"And .oh yes, your mother
wants to go. She said she's al-
ways wanted to see Colorado."
We started packing that after-
noon. Good ole Mimi! Dad is go-
ing to do whatever she' wants'
anytime she wants to do it. .....
Of course, he did say that he
didn't want a soul knowing he.
was dumb enough to leave Flori:
da in the dead of winter to go to a
frozen wasteland. ....
Well. you see now why I'm
having to tell you this story.
And Dad did fine going out
there. He only embarrassed us
one time-he called out to oir
very small waitress-'and chal-
lenged her to arm wrestle him for
the tip.
When he found out the skiing
lessons were thirty dollars, he re-
.fused to take them. "Son, how
hard can it be? You just put the
sticks on your feet and go up to
the top and come down."
"But. Dad-"
"Jess. don't worry. I grew up
with Jean Cloyd Killey. We're like
brothers. I'll have this thing fig-


r ured out In no time. Shoot. I'll be
a legend on these slopes before
v we leave here .... "
The lessons lasted half a day.
We were debating lunch on the
ski lift when we saw him coming.
"Look, It's Dad!"
"He's flying down that hill!"'
"He's:passing everybody!" .:
: I couldn't believe it! My dad
was 'kiing. And he wasn t turn-

ing from side to side like the oth-
ers-no sir, riot my dad, he was
coming straight down. Instead of
slowing a little toward the bottom
like everyone else he was picking
up the speed ....
Isn't it amazing what dads
can do--
I got a quick glance at his
-face as he" flashed by. Panic.
Big time panic! Dad wasn't ski-
ing. HE WAS COMPLETELY OUT
OF CONTROL!
He flew by the bronze statue:
of that famous skier they'd erect-i
ed down where the buildings
started. He busted through the
lines waiting to buy ski lift tick-
ets. They kept the snow cleared
off the brick courtyard. Dad was
halfway across the bricks when
he lost his remaining pole. The
head ski patrol guy estimated his
speed at 71 mph when he wiped
out six tables at that little out-
(See JESSE Page 3)


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I Need Assistance When It Comes to Choosing Sirt Clors


DO YOU BELIEVE in cliches?
I'm: referring to such cliches as,
"A stitch in Utime saves nine"; or
"It never takes too long to do
something right the first time": "A
bird in hand is worth two in the
bush"; "Take care of the pennies
and the dollars will take care of.
themselves".
*1l suppose there is at least one
cliche for every occasion and eve-
ry 'experience a person can find
himself involved in. Mostly they
are good advice.
Some people can rattle off cli-
ches as quick as you please. I
have to think of the correct one to
fit the occasion at hand. Even so,
I am a staunch believer in the
wisdom of cliches. They have a
message worth paying heed to. A
good cliche can cut to the meat of
the coconut quick as greased
lightning. A good cliche can settle
an argument In the blink of an
eye. A good cliche is worth its
weight in gold.


ETA OIN SHRDLU


By Wesley Ramsey


THERE IS ONE cliche which
was readily brought to my mind
the. other day and one which' I
have 'found, personally, to be
true. The particular cliche I am
.referring to is, "Clothes make the
man." .
S That may not be altogether
true, but, to paraphrase it slight-
ly, we will all have to agree that
"Clothes make the APPEARANCE
of the man!"
A person dressed correctly,
.neatly and cleanly makes a good
impression on everyone. Clothing
worn by individuals can, indeed,
make a positive or negative first


appearance for anyone.
It happened to me.
It happened no later than De-
cember of last year. [you know,
just a month ago.]

I NEEDED A COUPLE of
shirts with long sleeves, since it
was too cool to wear short sleeve
shirts and my long sleeved ones
were ready for the rag bag .
both of them
I went to Costin's to pick out
a couple to tide me over 'til I
could see what I would get for
Christmas.
I'm not very color conscious. I


just looked for the large size
,shirts and was. weeding out the
obvious rejects such as ones with
pictures ol a streak of lightning
running up the back, lemon yel-
low ones, pink ones, and those
made obviously for men who are
hot of my mature age.
I was laying the shirts down
on the floor which I wanted to
purchase- and Nancy Mock
walked up and said, "who are you
buying those for?"
I told her, "Me, of course. I
would never get caught in a posi-
L ion of purchasing a Christmas
Gift so early in the season." [It
,was still three weeks to Christ-
:mas].
Nancy sniffed and said, "You
don't want those! Don't you have
iany couth?" Barbara Cannon
-agreed with her and the two
ganged up on me.
Nancy suggested a shirt
which was designed to spill any-
thing on and it wouldn't be no-
ticed 'You'll look good in that


one!" she gushed.
Well Nancy didn't have any
hayseed here. I know I am, be-.
yond looking "good" in any. shirt..
It would take more than -a: shirt -
about the color and pattern. of-
redeye .gravy, coffee, beef drip-
pings, and lime sherbet all stirred
up together to even begin to make
me lookgod..
TO MAKE A LONG story just
long enough to fit in the space al-
lotted this column, on 'this page,
Nancy and Barbara kept on until-
,I bought the shirt. I bought a buff
colored one too, just so-I would.
have a shirt I could wear out into
.polite society and not be
shunned. ..
I still didn't know. why I let ':
:them talk me into it, but I took
:"the shirt home and kept it hidden
until I was ready to put it on.,
The day finally came when I
was forced to wear the new shirt.
There were no others clean, hang-
'ing in' iny closet.' I put the shirt


on and satintered into. the kitch-
en to eat breakfast and, right off,
Fretnchie noticed the new shirt. .,
"'Oh, you've got a new'shirt!"
she said. '"Who'helped you pick it
out?" she asked. ,
"I picked it out," I lied.
"No,. you didn't, either," she ;
said. 'That's-a nie .looking shirt.
and you would never have select-
ed a nice looking shirt." '
I took the slur at my tonsorial.
taste in stride, kept my mouth
shut, ate ,breakfast and. went on'
to Work.
'Lo, and bqhold, everywhere I
went that day, women, would
come up to 'me 'and" gush,' "My,
what a pretty shirt!" That went on ,
all day' long with young women,"
older 'women,: young girls, etc.'
They all liked my shirt!
.1 couldn't understand, their
taste, but how I only take it off
long enough.to launder it.
Now, Nancy and Barbara
have a full time job, selecting,my
shirts.


St. Joseph Bay
Date Time Ht. Time Ht.
Jan. 28 8:36 a.m.., L -0.4 11-20p m H 1.0
.1 Jan.,29 8:49 a.m. L -0.2
Jan. 30 12:08 am, H .0.7 8:33.a.m. L 0.0
S ,.V Jan 31 1:00 a.m. H 0.4 7:32 a.m. L 0.2
S3:01 p.m. H 0.5 11:29 p.m. L 0.0
'Feb. 01 3:13 p.m. H 0.7
Feb. 02 1:52 a.m. L -0.7 3:51 p.m. H 1.0
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Shots In The Dark
..... Can you believe what Mother Nature hath wrought on
California? The people out there must feel like they are doing some-
thing wrong. -I know'little about their morals except what I read in
the paper, but I know one thing they are doing wrong: they are still
living out there, and that's something I wouldn't be doing. They
probably say the same thing about us folks who live in Florida.
..... Can you tell me what the world of sports is coming to?
Professional athletes are being stabbed, beaten up, and it won't be
long before one is killed by a "contract" killer, if things continue the
way they are going. The sport is gone from sports, in my opinion,
and it almost makes me sick!
...... President Clinton takes a lickin' and keeps on tickin'l I
have never heard of a President who has so much. negative press,
before and after he was elected. I don't know, but I think his watch
will have run down by next election.
.... The teachers in Bay County are up in arms about their
latest pay raise. I can't say that I much blame them. If I were work-
ing under some of the conditions somebf them work under, I would
want combat pay. 1 walk through a mine-field each day on my job:
I'm in business for myself.
And I didn't even get a raise, so who am I to talk!
...... Lorena Bobbitt was found innocent of mutilating her
husband while he was asleep, although she admitted doing it. In-
sane? You bet! When Lorena is released from the mental institution
where she is being evaluated, she may find it difficult to 'find a date.
It wouldn't surprise me, however, if she and husband John patched
things up and got back together. If they do, good luck, John, and
anyone else who might date her.'
.... .. An unconfirmed report by a London tabloid says that Mi-
chael Jackson is ready to "settle out of court" with the boy who ac-
cused him of sex abuse. The report said that the amount to be
about $10 million. According to the reports, all-Michael wants is
that he not be tried and that he be allowed to maintain his inno-
cence. If I were accused of something like that, I believe I would
spend that money and any more I could get my hands on defending
myself. If, on the other hand, I was guilty....
S. ... A U.S. Navy sailor has given birth to a baby aboard ship..
The sailor, who the Navy would not identify, was aboard the USS
Yellowstone which was in port at Gaeta, Italy when the baby was
delivered. Navy regulations strictly prohibit pregnant- sailors from
putting out to sea. They were forewarned about this before it hap-
pened. Thank goodness the sailor was a woman.
..... A 91 year old woman was found frozen to the floor of her
apartment4in Chicago. Victoria Moryn almost died after being frozen
to the floor for an unknown period of time. Victoria is in fair condi-
tion, but may lose her toes, which were frostbitten. Victoria, in my
opinion, is tough as a kegof-nails!
..... Chicago, again. Three children, ages 4, 5, and" 6, were
found at home alone with nothing to eat but potato flakes, ketchup
and salad dressing. Their parents walked out the., previous. Satur-
day, leaving them alone for about 6 days. According .to the article,
the parents could get up to a year in prison for child abuse. I think
that would be a suitable sentence; just give them a few sacks of po-
tato flakes, a bottle or two of ketchup and a large bottle of salad
dressing. See if-they can take it as well as they can dish it out! -
As my mama used to say: "My, oh my! What's this world com-
ing to?"


Jesse
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door cafe on the other side of the
courtyard. He rolled down two


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the estimate in order to make
room for the new 911 .center,
coming the latter part of this
year, a Commission meeting room
and 'more room for the Sheriffs
Department.
Butler said the cost was a
reasonable one for ra substantial
building following the facade of
the present Courthouse.
At the present time, the Com-
mission has abandoned the
thought of an addition.
OTHER BUSINESS
Other business to come be-
fore the Commission included:
--Solid Waste director Joe
Danford advised the Board he,
had tentatively arranged for an
Amnesty Day to collect hazardous
waste, scheduled for the month of
May. '
,R-Heard a report from Ralph
Rish of Preble-Rish that the
White City water system would be
on line by the first of March.
s -Heard a report from repre-
sentatlves of Farmers Home Ad-
ministration that they had money
for low income home builders
who have had trouble getting the
down payment. The agency
makes private money available,
making it possible for those eligi-
ble to. build a new home for ap-
proximately $1,000 to $1,500
down.


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Lights of stairs and skidded to a
stop under a Chevy Blazer in the'
parking lot.
He was sitting up when we
got to him. struggling to get the
red-checked tablecloth off his
head. "Son, there ain't nothing to
this skilng-I've just got to let the
tailgate down a little quicker or
they've got to keep that waiter
with the Caesar salad out of my
way .... ..
It was Thursday before he-
skied again. I'm not sure he
would a'tried it but Mimi kept
telling him how much fun it was.
I'm not exactly sure how old Mimi ,
is, but she's certainly hip for her
age. You could spot her easy on
the slopes with that red wool cap
and those amber colored goggles.
She'd pick her a pretty good skier
(she preferred to get one of those
ski patrol guys), yell "Banzai",
and then "blow their doors off'...
Mimi was having herself a time. I
don't think she's been going out
much since she-retired from the
sawmWill.
We got Dad up on one of
those blue courses way away
from most of the people and all of
the buildings. He was out of con-
'trol almost immediately! Before
we could catch him he skied right
over the side of the mountain.
Folks, he barely missed the As-
pen trees, briefly touched down
on a slope below before plunging
off another cliff. He was doing
more flying than skiing! The head
ski patrol guy calculated what
with the estimated speed he was
travelling and the direction he
was going, if he hadn't a' caught
the ,spruce tree he'd a crash-
landed into the caf6 in eight min-
utes.
They called ,out a ski 'patrol
squad and four Rocky Mountain
mounted policemen. Mimi had to
climb up and get him down.
Before we got all the bleeding
stopped, folks were measuring
"the jump".
Dad turned to me as they
were tying him on that stretcher
thing. -"Jess, son, when you get to
be a senior, I'm a' telling you
right now, we're going to that lit-
tle town up in Georgia for mule'
day. ."
Thanks for
the memories,
SJess


for Youth Baseball

Port St. Joe Dixie Youth baseball registration will be
held Saturday, February 5 and Saturday, February 12, from
10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. at the Port St. Joe Fire Station, locat-
ed on Williams Avenue for children ages five to 12 years. A
child must turn five years old but not older than 12 by Au-
gust 1, 1994.
All new players must bring a copy of their birth certifi-
cate and their social security number to be left in the league
file in order to register. Remember kids, warm weather will
soon be here and the baseball diamond beckons youngsters
with their gloves, balls and bats to participate in America's
great pastime.


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wahitchka Little Major League
season will be held at the Wewa-
hitchka Community Building on
February 8, from 6-7-p.m. Regis-
tration fee is $20.00 per child or
family-$20.00 first child and
$10.00 for each additional child.
Children 8-12 years old are eligi-


Sold by Agust 1st or turn 13
years old after August 1st to be"
eligible. A copy of birth certificate
"is required at registration. They
are still in need of persons inter-
ested In holding an officer's posi-
tion. A general meeting will be
held at registration.


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In 1981, the Academy retreated from the ban on trampoline use
to a carefully supervised program with the following precautions:
1. The trampoline should not be a part of routine physical edu-
cation classes.
.2. The trampoline has no place in competitive sports.
3. The trampoline should never be used in home or recreational
settings.
4. Highly trained personnel who have been instructed in all as-
pects of trampoline safety must be present when the apparatus is
used. "
5. Maneuvers, especially the somersault, that have a high po-
tential for serious injury should be attempted only by those quali-
fled to become skilled performers.
6. The trampoline must be secured when not in use, and it
must be well-maintained.
7. Only schools or sports activities complying with the foregoing
recommendations should have trampolines.
This recommendation is currently under revision and it is ex-
pected to become more stringent 'or again ask to have the trampo-
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result of trampoline associated injuries. This was an increase of
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The Port St. Joe Kiwanis
Club,will be operating a chick-
Sen barbecue sale Friday after-
noon from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in
'the Methodist Church Social
Hall.
The barbecue project is, to.
raise money for the Highland
'Viewfilfth grade which has been
invited to attend classes spon-
sored by the Freedom Founda-
tion in Philadelphia, Pa. The
classes will feature a week-long
study entitled, "Birth of A Na-
tion," conducted by the founda-
tion. The- Highland View Ele-
mentary School class, is only
, one of four elementary school
classes in the nation to receive
the invitation.
The Kiwanis Club has
agreed to sell barbecued chick-
en,, prepared by world-famous
barbecue chef, Rev. Zedoc Bax-
ter, to help raise the money to
pay the class' travel expenses.


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Sruarylst through April 30th.
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ed in the special "Blue Pepsi
School Caps" promotion.
All proceeds will benefit
PSJHS's P.R.I.D.E. program. the
program recognizes students for
their Personal Responsibility In,
Dally Effort. Students are reward-
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daily responsibility. Please sup-
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL* THURSDAY. JAN. 27, 1994


Valentine Pageant

Set In Wewahitchka


The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens Assoc., Inc., is proud to an-
nounce the Valentine pageant will
be held on February 12 at 7 p.m.
CT in the Wewahitchka Elemen-

Class of '84
Plans Reunion
The members of the Shark
Class of 1984 are making plans
for their 10 year class reunion. A
tentative date has been set for the
weekend of August 5th and 6th.
If you are interested in helping or-
ganize the festivities or can pro-
vide names, addresses, and tele-
phone numbers of your fellow
classmates, please let 'us know by
calling (904) 227-1111 or writing .
to Trish Tapper Warriner, 2802
Longleaf Road, Panama City, FL,
3"2405.

Beach CIP Postponed
The Community Improvement
Program (CIP) of Mexico Beach
cancelled their.meeting scheduled
for January 20th due. to wide-
spread flu epidemic among its
members. The meeting has been
rescheduled for February 17th.
Anyone with questions may
contact Jackie Spann, President
at 648-8711 or Fred Little, Vice
President at 648:3086.
.


tary School Commons area. San-
dra Cannon will once again be
the pageant director. The pageant
is open to all ages from pre-
school to 6th grade for the Wewa-
hitchka Elementary School chil-
dren. The 16-19 year age group is
open to any Gulf County High
School student. This category will
be 'competing for the Miss Gulf
County Sweetheart. The registra-
tion fee will be $10; forms can be
picked up at Wewahitchka Ele-
mentary School, KIDS, 'and Port
St. Joe High School and Faith
Christian School.
The winner will receive a tro-
phy and tiara and:all contestants
will receive a participation trophy.
The program is co-sponsored
by the Wewahitchka Elementary
School.
There will be practice ses-
sions every day immediately after
school is out. The Senior Citizens
and pageant director know that"
there 'are a lot of people that
would like to help with this pa-
geant. If you are interested in
providing entertainment, help
with stage 'decorations, cookies
'for the children, cleaning up, sell-
ing advertisements, or anything
else, please call' 229-8466 and
leave your name and number.
They appreciate all the help they
can get.


It's A Boy!
West and Teresa Phillips of
Panama City are the proud par-
ents of Trenten Westley Phillips.
Trenten was born at Gulf Coast
Hospital on December 14 at
12:35 p.m. He weighed 7 lbs., 2
oz., and was 20 3/4 inches long.
The grandparents are Mark
and Marjorie Phillips of Port St.
Joe and Wayne and Laverne Bish-
op of Panama City. His great-
grandparents include Lorene
Bishop of Beacon Hill, Marjorie
Andrews of Port St. Joe, Ervin
Murray of Port St. Joe, Jean
Snellgrove of Panama City, and
Naomi Phillips of Buckley, Michi-
gan.
Trenten makes four sets of
five generations in his family...


Trenten Westley Phillips


Amber Julson and Dustin Ballard


To Wed


Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Julson-
of Wewahitchka proudly an-
nounce final wedding plans, for


Thg feoiowing students from Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School were participants in the 1994 Talent
Search: fL-R) AarorfBearden, Meredith Godfrey, Tracey Fitzgerald, and Julia Six.


Four Students Honored by Duke
Six s.dnsfomPr t


Six students from Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School qualified

Wewa Woman 's

Club Program
The program at the January
12 meeting of the Wewahitchka
Woman's Club was presented by
Sue Abreu, Chairman of the Arts
and Crafts Department. Sue had
on display ready-made wooden
bears, rocking horses, planters,_
and much more, courtesy of Ram-
er's Crafts & Things of 'Wewa-
hitchka. She offered tips on stain-
ing/painting -and decorating
these items. Sue announcedd the
the District 2 Arts & Crafts Festi-
val will beheld in Apalachicola on.~
February 19.
Following the meeting, Presi-
dent Dottie Taylor conducted a
short business meeting which in-
cluded the election of Mary Prid-
geon, Ann Suber, and TweetaGa-
skin to serve on' the Nominating
Committee for the selection of a
slate of officers, for the 1994-96
administration. Bunny Mahler,
first vice president, was appoint-
ed to chair this committee.
'"Twenty members and one
guest and prospective member at-
tended this meeting. The Devo-'
tional was given by Ferald Greer
and the hostesses were Hazel
Quick, Joyce Maddox, and Doro-
thy Griffin. Door prize winners
were Hazel Quick and Dottie Tay-
lor. .
l The February 9 meeting will
be, held at the new library, Wewa-
hit'chka Elementary School, Lin-
ton site.


for and four participated in this'
year's Talent Search for mathe-
'.matically and verbally advanced
students,- sponsored by. Duke
University's Talent Identification
Program (TIP). The program iden-
tifies highly able seventh graders
from a sixteen state region in the
south, southwest, and midwest. '
. Participating in the 1994 Tal-
ent Search program were Aaron
Bearden, Meredith Godfrey, Tra-
cey Fitzgerald and Julia Six.
To be eligible, students must
have scored at the 97th percentile
or better on a nationally normed
achievement, -aptitude,. or mental
ability test battery. The four par-
ticipants sat for the American
Correction
The following wedding an-
nouncement was erroneously re-
ported as occurring on Saturday,
January 19.
Lynne. O'Neill and Charles
Gaskin, Jr., along with their par-
ents, announce their upcoming
marriage on Saturday, 'January
29, at Westside Baptist Cliurch in
Wewahitchka at 2:00 p.m. All
friends and relatives are invited.


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College Test (ACT). normally tak-
en by college-bound juniors and
seniors; on December 11. Many
of these students score as well as,
or better than, the average col-I
lege-bound: senior on, this meas-
ure. All participants receive Cer-
tificates, of Merit, and some
become eligible for state-wide or
.. regional recognition- ceremonies,
or a variety of educational pro-
grams.
TIP, established in 1980, has
* provided thousands of students
with information about their abili-
ties and education options. The
purposes of the program are. to
help' academically bright students
develop, their special abilities, to
.assist schools in working with
their brightest students, and to
understand the nature of excep-
tional mathematical and verbal
ability.


their daughter,., Amber S. Julson,
to Dustin E. Ballard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Ballard of Port
St. Joe. The ceremony will be
held on Saturday, January 29, at
7 p.m. EST, at Oak Grove Assem-
bly of God Church.
I A reception will follow in the
social hall. All friends and rela-.
tives, are cordially invited to join
them on this special occasion. A
nursery will be provided for all
small children.

Correction
In the wedding write-up last
week of Lisa Atkins and James
McGuffin,- the names of some, of
McGuffin's -grandparents were
omitted. They are .Ms. Beth Wal-
ters of Shreveport, La. and the
late Mr. Emerson Walters, Ms.
Evelyn McGuffin of Shreveport,
and the late Mr. James Edwin
McGuffin. '\
Assorted foliage, gold and
white bows, and topiary trees
were used to decorate the sanctu-
ar'. The pews were adorned with
clusters of greenery and white
,satin bows. The groom wore a
black long tail tuxedo, pleated
white shirt, white vest and bow-
tie. The groomsmen also wore
Black long tail tuxedos, but with
black vests and bow-ties.

;NewArrival
Aaron and Addie Little are
happy to announce the birth of
their baby brother, Avery James,
who arrived January 10, weighing
6 lbs., 11 oz, and, was 21 '1/2
inches long.
.: .. Proud parents are Curtis and
Debra Little. Grandparents are
Ja"mes and Joyce Little of Port St..
SJoe and the late Vivian Little, and
Lou Jones of Port St. Joe and the
; late Troy Jones.

It's A Boy!
Rose and Fred Buskens are
'proud to anotmnce the birth of
their son, Blake Edwards, on
'January 21 at Bay Medical Cen-
ter. He weighed 7 lbs., 5 oz.
-Grandparents are Mr. and
S.Mrs. Fred Buskens, Sr., of Over-
,street and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Atkinson of Wewahitchka.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1994 PAGE 5A


Delta Kappa

Gamma

Has Meeting
Delta Epsilon Chapter and
Beta Beta Chapter of the Delta
Kappa Gamma Society Interna-
tional held a joint meeting at the
Harbour House in Pariama City
on Saturday, January 22.,
Ann Hughes. president of
Beta Beta Chapter,. presided as
the two chapters met together for
a devotional by Mazie Stone of
Delta pEpsilon Chapter.
Members of each chapter met
separately for a business session.
Officers elected to serve Delta Ep-
silon for the' 1994-96 biennium
are President Phyllis Miller, Vice
President Dana Ayers, and Secre-
tary Rhonda Pitts. The treasurer
will be appointed.
When the groups combined
for the program, Patty Segrest.
District I director, gave details of
the district meeting to be at Bay
Point on March 12. Dr. Mary
Frank Hancock, a retired educa-
w tor, presented a program which'
focused on the difficulties experi-
enced in an adult literacy pro-
gram.
A luncheon buffet was en-
joyed at the conclusion of the
) meeting.
The next meeting of Delta Ep-
silon Chapter will be in Blount-
stown on Saturday, March 5.


Linda Jackson


Receives Her
Master's Degree
Linda Jackson, a 1981 honor
graduate of Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School and a resident of St.
Joe Beach, received a, Master's
Degree in Special Education from
Florida State Universitfin ts falr
commencement ceremony held in
Tallahassee on December 18.
While at Florida State. Jack-
son was active in many campus
activities and served as Vice-
president and later President of
the Garnet Key Honor Society.
She received her Bachelor's
Degree from Huntingdon College
and is currently employed with
the Franklin County School Sys-
tem in Apalachicola.


V.F.W. Quartermaster Harry Paul and Auxiliary President Toni Perry are shown here presenting
the Highland View Elementary fifth grade class with their posts' donations.


V.F W. Aids
Class for Trip


V.F.W. Post are stepping Iorward
to support Highland View Ele-
mentary's fifth grade class trip to
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This
week-long study. entitled "Birth


scoring two students for this excel-
lent opportunity to learn just how
great our country truly is. Any
other individuals wishing to help.
'this class reach its goal should


The. John C. Gainous Post ofa Nation", will be May 1-5. contact Cathy Colbert at High-
10069 and the Ladies Auxiliary Together, the posts are spon- land View Elementary.


1993-94 Students of the Year
1939 a,,


Port St. Joe High School is
proud to announce its nominees
for the 1993-94 WJHG Buffalo
Rock Student of the Year compe-
tition.
Bryan Butts is a senior who
is active in all phases of student
life. He is a member' of many
school organizations, including
Key Club, Math Club, the Dive
Club, and the Fellowship of
Christian Athletes. Bryan has
also served on the Senior Execu-
tive Board. In addition to provid-
Ing service to his school, Bryan
has also been active in communi-
ty and church projects. He volun-
teered his time & talents at the
Arts and Crafts Festival and the
local Seafood Festival, and assist-
ed with Coastal Clean-up activi-
ties. Bryan has been named to
Who's Who Among American
High School Students, All Ameri-
can Scholars, and has received
academic awards among school
athletes. Bryan Is also a member
of the National Honor Society. He
is being featured as the student
Aof the veek.on Channel 7 news at
6:00, 7:0'p.mn. E.S.T. the week of
January 24.
The second nominee for Stu-
dent of the Year from Port St. Joe
High School Is Caroline Lister.
whose most recent honor is being
selected Gulf County's Junior
Miss. Caroline is a National Hon-
or Society member who won rec-
ognition in the Voice of Democra-
cy competition and the National
Council of Teachers of English
Writing competition, She has


been a cheerleader throughout
her high school years and was
named a Universal Cheerleader
Association All-Star Cheerleader
in 1993. Other accolades have in-
cluded being named the Hugh
O'Brien Youth Leader of 1991,
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Local Students Participate

In District Honor Band


Five members of the Port St.
Joe High School music program
participated in the District II Hon-
or Band for small schools held in
Marianna this past Saturday.
These students attending were
nominated by their Band Director
.as outstanding musicians. They
attended a clinic on'Friday, Janu-
ary 21, and Satirday. January
22, before the final performance
Saturday night before a packed
audience at Chipola Jr., College in
Marianna.
The Senior High Honor Band
clinic was conducted by David
Cadle. Mr. Cadle is Band Director
of the award winning Crestview
High School Band. The Junior
High Honor Band was conducted
by Grady Brackin. a retired band-
master in this area. He is also the
director responsible for starting
this program for small schools
many years ago.
This activity gives members
of small schools an opportunity
to receive Instruction from band-
masters other than their own
teachers and allows them to play
with a group larger than their
own music program. The Sr. High
BaAd consisted of approximately
75 members, and the Jr. High
-Band approximately 125 mem-
bers.
At the conclusion of the con-
certs. awards were presented to
one outstanding musician fiom


the Sr. High and Jr. High Bands.
Tres Long form Port St. Joe High
School received the Outstanding
Musician Sr. High School award.
In addition to studying with mu-
sic professors from FSU in the
MOTIF program. Tres was the
band's Drum Major during
marching season.' '' ; '.
The following students from
Port St. Joe High School attended
District II Small School Honor
Band: Danielle Fox. Tres Long.
Lane Loveless, Amanda Paschall.
Jodie Wear, and Mike Wear. Al-
ternates from St. Joe High were
Heather Calverese and Tommid
Richter. .

Transportation
Aid Available
in Gulf County
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monthly shopping trip are availa-
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portation. On the second Friday
of each month, transportation
will be provided to those Individu-
als who are transportation disad-
vantaged and need to go food
shopping, pay bills. etc. Services
are available in the Wewahitchka
and Port St. Joe areas. Please call
229-6550 for further information
and/or reservations.


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HRIS TAR.D PRDT. 'I FL -TTDAY.TJA- 7- 1994


Capitol News

Round-Up
By Jack Harper




Less than two weeks after it opened, the North Florida boot camp
for the "worst of the worst" juvenile criminals is under attack because
its psychologists are white women instead of black males who could be-
come role models.
,'The Florida Legislature authorized two pilot boot camps after its fall
special session, one in Leon and the other in Pinellas county. They, like
the one in Manatee County, are supposed to be the first of many to
come in Florida.
The Leon camp backed financially by the city and county commis-
sions has 12 black and 2 white serious juvenile offenders, all over 14
with several felony convictions and previous jail time.
James Brown, a black clinical psychologist with the state Depart-
ment of Vocational Rehabilitation, told a boot camp project committee
on which he serves that some black males were needed among the psy-
chologists at the four-month camp.
Leon Sheriff Major Ron Dyke, also a committee member, said
Brown wanted a job and was displaying "blatant racism." Tom Dunn,
principal of the Second Chance School at the camp, said he is not con-
cerned about white psychologists working with mostly black juveniles.
Shelia Jefffers, a black administrator at Florida A & M University who
oversees the anger management and social training in the boot camp
curriculum, said all of the materials taught will be ethnic sensitive and
multi-cultural.
Brown said anytime there is a need for African-American profes-
sionals to deal with a problem it is called "racism" by some whites.
FOREST TAXES. A Tallahassee circuit judge has ruled that Flori-
,da's largest private landowner St. Joe Paper Co. owes a lot more tax-
ies on timberland in what could be a trend-setting decision statewide.
The ruling will be appealed to a higher court.
Judge F. E. Steinmeyer ruled that Leon County's assessment of an
average of $218 in value an acre was not excessive on about 30,000
acres of forest land. St. Joe attorneys had argued the land should have
been appraised at an average of $47 an acre.
St. Joe Paper Co. routinely challenges (usually successfully) the ap-
praisals of its forest lands in Florida. Its attorneys argued in the Leon
County case that the appraiser did not follow state guidelines and has
assessed swamp lands that could not produce timber too high.
The case will go to the First District Court of Appeal.
BEST DEAL. Insurance Commissioner Tom Gallagher is urging
South Florida homeowners to accept Prudential Property and Casualty
company's offer to pay for one year's coverage if customers switch to an-
other insurer.
'This is not a wonderful choice but I believe your best option is to
accept I must advise those of you who do not accept that loss of your
Prudential homeowner's policy is very likely," Gallagher wrote in a letter
to all Prudential customers in Florida.
Prudential paid $1.3 billion in losses after Hurricane Andrew, so
much that in the fall a court ruled Prudential could drop some custom-
ers to assure its'survival.
$500 MILLION. That's the construction price tab that Corrections
Director Harry Singletary has put on a five year plan that would build
26,000 more prison beds to keep Florida criminals locked up for 75 per-
cent of their sentences. The state's 55,066 inmates are serving about 41
percent,of their sentences this year.
Singletary will ask the legislature to earmark $293.5 million..,this
year for 14,665 new prison beds. Under the plan, if legislators approve,
the stale would spend by July, 1998, $542.8 million in construction
costs alone and then face an annual $836 million operating cost.
But by July, 1998, the expanded prison system could hold 87,787
inmates for 75 percent of their sentences.
By way of contrast, Goc. Lawton Chiles suggested $296 million be
raised, i bonds to pay the entire cost of his corrections program.
TRE'E LOVE WAITS. Cindy Price.-in-her last-appearance as Miss

Tallahassee, told boys at a massive rally in the Leon High School gym
last week to carry pledge cards to remain sexually pure in their wallets
instead of the free condoms they pass out at school. An estimated 2,500
teenagers attended the, "True Love Waits" rally. Price also said that she
had worked as hard for her goal of sexual abstinence as she did to ob-
tain her crown as Miss Tallahassee.
ACTIVE COURTS: The State Supreme Court: last week ruled
against the "no knock" searches in drug raids. The opinion said police
in Florida must knock and announce their presence unless they en- '
counter armed resistance, danger to occupants or determine evidence is
being destroyed .
The Florida Association of District School Superintendents and 44
of the state's 67 school boards say they intend to sue the Legislature
and Florida Cabinet this month for failure to adequately fund public
schools.
A class action suit has been filed in the U.S. court in Tallahassee
against the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services for failing
to distribute child support payments on time. Computer errors and de-
lays in the social agency are so rampant that some parents have had to
cut back on food, the suit said.
An appellate court ruled. mobile home owners could fight rent in-
creases on their lots that are proved to be unreasonable. The ruling up-
holds a law that says rent increases are unreasonable if they are above.
the market rate for the area.


Stephen Besore


JOB NOTICE
The Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners will accept applica-
tions for the position of Mechanic I:
A qualified diesel and gasoline
mechanic capable of performing all
"trouble-shooting", testing and repairs
on diesel, gasoline, (2 cycle and 4 cy-
cle), and ,hydraulic equipment, ma-
chinery, and engines. CDL required
within six months.
Applicant must be a high school
graduate or equivalent. Applications
may be picked up and submitted at
the Clerk's Office, Gulf County Court-
house, 1000 5th SL, Port St. Joe, FL
(9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m., E.S.T.) or the
Gulf County Road Department, 7th
St., Wewahitchka,' FL (8:00 a.m. -
4:00 p.m., C.S.T.). The deadline for
submitting applications is 5:00 p.m.,
E.S.T., February 3, 1994.
Gulf County enforces a Drug-
Free Workplace .Policy and is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer.
/s/ Warren J. Yeager, Jr.
Chairman
Attest: Benny C. Lister '
Clerk -" ',,1-t itc 1/27


Has Birthday

Stephen Besore celebrated
his eighth birthday Monday, Jan-
uary 24, with his second grade
class and at home with family.
Stephen is the son of Craig and
Suzanne Besore. Grandparents
are Bill and Carol Besore of Port
St. Joe and Wallace and Dorothy
Hill of Apalachicola.

Girls' Softball
Tryouts for the girl's softball
team for the 1994 season will be
held Thursday, February 3, at 7
p.m. at Port St. Joe High School.
For more information, call
Sherry McDowell at 647-5942.


Extension Service To Aid SHIP


Clients in Home Buyer Education


The Gulf County Cooperative
Extension Service has been asked
by SHIP (State Housing Initiative
Partnership) Program administra-
tors to provide a home buyer edu-
cation program for SHIP clients.
The purpose of the education pro-
gram is to help SHIP clients
through the home buying process
and to enable them to be success-
ful home owners. Among the top-


ics to be covered in the program
are:
-Your family spending plan
-Home Buying and Your
Credit
-Finding Your House-How
much house can you afford?
-Information You Will Need to
Apply for a Home Loan
-Questions to Ask Before
Choosing a Mortgage


Arizona Chemical


Ernest Spinner has been
named general manager of Arizo-
na Chemical, effective immediate-
ly. Spinner succeeds Manco L.'
Snapp, who has been named vice
president and general manager-of
Masonite. Arizona Chemical. and
Masonite are divisions of Interna-
tional Paper.
In his new position, Spinner
will have overall responsibility for
the Arizona Chemical business,
and will report to Milan J. Turk,


'David Patrick
Wins Contest ::
January 21. is Florida's Arbo r
Day, and- Port St. Joe Elemeri-'
tary's fifth graders participated ihni
the annual Arbor Day Poster Con-
test 'sponsored by the National',
Arbor D,ay Foundation, the Flori-


senior vice preside
products. Spinner
tional Paper in 1
search associate,
ring to the chemic
was most recently'
sales and marketir
Chemical.
Spinner said, "'
ical's basic priority
unchanged. We wi
be an aggressive,
organization. Toget


-Closing on a Home Purchase
-Home Maintenance
-Being a Good Neighbor
The educational materials to
be used were developed by Dr.
Virginia Peart, Housing Specialist
for the Cooperative Extension
Service, Institute of Food and Ag-
ricultural Sciences, at the Univer-
sity of Florida. Each class partici-
pant will receive a set of


Names Manager
nt of specialty to make our company even more
joined Interna- -successful, while being a good
970 as a re- neighbor in every community
later transfer- where we have a plant."
al division. He Spinner has his bachelor's
y manager of degree from Long Island Universi-
ng for Arizona ty and his. doctorate from the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania.
Arizona Chem- Arizona Chemical,' headquar-
es will remain tered in Panama City, has seven
ill continue to plants in the United States and
team-oriented, two in Europe.
her we Intend Arizona Chemical is, a leading
supplier of resins to the adhe-
4- sives, ink, and chewing gum mar-
,kets. The division also supplies
fatty acids, rosins, terpenes and
their derivatives, in addition to
hydrocarbon and modified hydro-
Scarbon resins, to a variety of in-
i.,.' dustries.


ia Department of Agriculture,
and .Consumer Services' Division
of Forestry. The winner is David
Patrick of Regina Lumley's class.
David will be eligible to compete
in the state contest and the state
winner will compete nationally.
The fifth graders will be
planting trees next week to show
their appreciation of the contribu-
tions made by trees.


I OITARIS: ,


John B. Henning
John B. Henning, 92, of Port
St. Joe, passed away Monday
morning in Port St. Joe following
an extended illf-ess; He was a na-
tive of Grand Cayman, British
West Indies, and lived for 30
years in St. Petersburg and Inver-
ness before moving to Port St. Joe
two years ago. He. was a dredge
boat captain, dredging the fill
that St. Joe Forest Products is lo-,
icated on, and he was a member
of Citrus Lodge #11P, F & A.M. in
Inverness.
Survivors include his wife,
Lillian Henning of Port St. Joe;
his son, the Rev. John Paul Hen-
ning of Owensboro, KY; his
daughter, Frances Suggs of St.
Petersburg; four grandchildren,
Kenneth Suggs, Sarah Jane Mill-
er, James Suggs, and Ronnie
Bishop; his sister, Eva Parsons of
Gretna, LA; and many nieces and
.nephews.
The funeral service was .con-
ducted at 2:00 p.m.. EST Wednes-
day at the Long Avenue Baptist
'Church, conducted by Dr. Dan
Duncan. Interment followed in
the family plot, Holly Hill Ceme-
tery.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter Funer-
al Home.


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Sara W., Munroe
Sara Wilkinson Munroe, 71,
of Mexico Beach, died Thursday;
January 20. She was a native of
Decatur County, Bainbridge, GA,
moving to Mexico Beach in 1977.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Lee R. Munroe of Mexico
Beach; two sons, Jebb Wilkinson
Munroe and Lee Ray Munroe,
both of Tallahassee; and two
daughters, Linda Williams of Tal-
lahassee and Julia Munroe of
i Birmingham. AL; and nine grand-
children.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, January. 22, at Centen-
ary United Methodist Church in
Quincy with interment following
at Western Cemetery in Quincy.
Memorial contributions may
be made to the American Cancer
Society, 1204 Miccosukee Rd.,
Tallahassee, or United Centenary
Methodist Church..
All services under the direc-
tion of Sasser Morgan-McClellari
Funeral Home.


Rodney Besore

Has Birthday
Rodney Besore celebrated his
fifth birthday Wednesday, Janu-
ary 12, with his Pre-K Class and
at home with family. Rodney is
the son of Craig and Suzanne
Besore. Grandparents are Bill
and Carol Besore of Port SL Joe
and Wallace and Dorothy Hill of
Apalachicola.


Information sheets to keep and to
use as a reference throughout the
home buying process. Communi-
ty leaders with expertise in the
various aspects of the home buy-
ing and home maintenance pro-
cess also will be invited to speak
to the classes and answer ques-
tions.
The classes will be held at
various times and locations-
throughout the county that are
most convenient to SHIP clients.
The Gulf County Cooperative Ex-
tension Service is pleased to have
a role in assisting the residents of
Gulf County in the SHIP program.
For more information, please
contact Judy Corbus, Multi-
County Extension Agent-Home
Economics, at (904) 638-6265, or
Roy Carter, County Extension Di-
rector, Gulf County Cooperative
Extension Service, at (904) 639-
3200.


In loving memory
of my husband
Lugie Spann
YJanuary 26, 19'73
-We. love you-
Wife, Mattle; Children; &
nephew, Charlie Kimble-





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Core Tells Rotarians of'Hog Marks"


Still On File; Date Back to Pre WWII


George Y. Core went through
Courthouse records of nearly 50
years ago to find factual informa-
tion for a program he presented
to the Rotary Club last Thursday.
Identifying his talk as "Ham, Ba-
con and Pork Chops," Core told
the club of the important part
*hogs played in the diet of country
folk many years ago. "I suspect
they still play an important role
in the farmer's diet, but the rais-
ing of hogs has changed some-
what," Core said.

Recalling from his own child-
hood days in Apalachicola and


the young man period of his life,
spent in Wewahitchka, Core said
the hog provided one of the staple
foods of country people; ham, ba-
con and pork chops. "Almost eve-
ry rural home had a hog pen
back in the '20s and '30s, stocked
with a pig or two," Core said.
"When they wanted some meat,
they just killed a hog," he contin-
ued.

Core said that many men of
the Franklin and Gulf county
area kept herds of hogs on Forbes
Island, between Wewahitchka
and Apalachicola, lying between


the Chattahoochee and Apalachi-
cola Rivers.
"Every, man who had hogs
running wild in the woods, had a
mark or brand he put on the ears
to identify his property. "Hogs
were considered personal proper-
ty and were taxed as such," Core
said.
There were men who placed
hogs in the woods and there were
others who would just go into the
woods and place his mark on any
unmarked hog he found. "Taking
a hog which didn't bear the tak-
er's mark was considered a seri-
ous offense," the speaker said.


i) The Wewahitchka Medical
Center has been selected as one
of fifty health centers in the coun-
try to participate .in the Program
for Patient Centered Care. This
program is supported by the Pick-
er/Commonwealth Fund and is
under the direction of the Nation-
al Association of Community
Health Centers.
The selection offers the Wewa
Medical Center an opportunity to
join private physicians, managed
care group practice plans, and.
hospitals around the country in a.
very important research project.
The goals of the Program for Pa-
tient Centered' Care is to create
the first national data base of pa-
tientis' perspectives and expecta-
tions of health care and to offer
health centers the tools needed to
continually measure their suc-
cess at care delivery that identi-
fies patients' needs and concerns.
The National Association of
Community. Health Centers- has
selected Ivey Crutchfield of Wewa-
hitchka as the community based
interviewer for tlits project. Ivey is
a 1991 graduate of Wewahitchka
High School and is currently a
student at Gulf Coast Community
College. Ivey aspires to be a doc-'
tor and stated, 'This project will
give me a chance to see health


care from the patient's perspec-
tive. I feel like it will be a good ex-
perience for participating in this
research project."
Jim McKnight, C.E.O. of
North Florida Medical Centers
stated, 'We are pleased with the
selection of our centers to partici-
pate in this project. We expect
that our participation will result
in improved center operation and
patient loyalty, and will give us a


tool to measure patients' needs
and satisfaction."
Mr. McKnight further com-
mented, "I was pleased with the
selection of Ivey Crutchfield,-as
he has volunteered at our center
for more than a year; and he is
an outstanding young person
who has established a goal of be-
ing a doctor and is working dili-
gently toward that goal. We are
proud of him."


Ivey Crutchfield, community based interviewer, conducts an in-
terview with a Wewahitchka Medical Center patient as part of a
N.A.C.H.C. research project..


Amn. Scully Gets A/Sp. Saminie

Associate Degree Takes Course


Thru Air Force

Air Force Senior Airman John
D. Scully, Jr., has earned an as-
sociate degree in applied science
through the Community College
of the Air Force.
. The worldwide college, head-
quartered at Maxwell Air Force
Base, Montgomery, AL, awards
associate degrees to enlisted air-
men for programs combining
technical education received in
the Air Force.
Scully, a radiologic specialist,
is the son of John D. and Joyce
A. Scully of Port St. Joe.

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In Germany
4Army Spec. Tiffany F.S. Sami-
nie has completed a U.S. Army
primary leadership course in Gra-
fenwoehr, Germany.
Students received training in
supervisory skills, leadership
principles, and small unity train-
ing techniques essential to a first-
line supervisor in a technical or
administrative environment.
Samanie, a noncommunica-
tions interceptor analyst, is the
daughter of Jarred and Cojean
Burns of Port St. Joe.
Saminie is a 1984 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School. She
earned a bachelor's degree from
the University of Florida at
Gainesville In 1989.


Pfc. A.L. Wilson

Completes

Clerk Course
Marine Pfc. Aaron L. Wilson,
son of Geraldine Wilson of Port
St. Joe, recently completed the
Personnel Clerk course.
During the course at Marine
Corps Service Support Schools,
Marine Corps Base, Camp Le-
jeune, NC, students receive in-
struction on the preparation and
maintenance of officer and enlist-
ed.service records. Preparation of
all personnel documents which
include identification cards, pro-
motion certificates, 'individual
evaluation reports, and leave au-
thorizations are also studied.
The 1990 graduate of Port St.
Joe High School joined the Ma-
rine Corps in May, 1993.


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JAN. 27, 1994 PAGE 7A

[ Public Notices ]
Pesoa Re--een ._e


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE:'THE ESTATE OF
JOHN LAMAR MILLER,
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of JOHN
LAMAR MILLER, deceased, File Number 94-04. is
pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf County. Flor-
ida. Probate Division, the address of which Is 1000
Fifth Street, Port St.' Joe, Florida 32456. The
names and addresses of the personal representa-
tive and the personal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT
All persons on whom this notice is served
who have objections that challenge the validity of
the will. the qualifications of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or Jurisdiction of this Court are
required to file their objections with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this notice is served
within three months after the date of the first pub-
lication of this notice must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the dece-
dent's estate must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this no-
tice Is January 27, 1994.


Person al Representative:
/s/ JOHN LAMAR MILLER, JR.
110 St. Joseph Drive
P. 0. Box 67
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Attorney for Personal Representative
J. PATRICK FLOYD. P.A.
P. 0. Drawer 950
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(904) 227-7413
Florida Bar Number 257001
Publish: Jan. 27 and Feb. 3. 1994


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO. 94-8
IN RE: The Marriage of
LEONSO CASTILLO,
Husband/Respondent,
And
EVA BROOKSHIRE CASTILLO,
Wife/Petitioner.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Leonso Castlllo,
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED a Petition for
Dissolution of marriage has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a copy of your An-
swer or other response to the Petition on Petition-
er's Attorney, ROBERT M. MOORE, 324 Reid Ave-
nue. P.O. Box 248, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456,
and file the original thereof in the Circuit Court
Clerk's Office, Gulf County Courthouse, Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456, on or before the 21st day of
February, 1994. If you fail to do so, a Final Judg-
ment for the relief sought may be granted by De-
fault.
DATED this the 18th day of January, 1994.
BENNY C. LISTER
Circuit Court Clerk
By: Is/ Tonya Knox
Deputy Clerk
Publish: January 20, 27, February 3, 10, 1994.


Gulf County still has 287 hog
marks, or brands, on record.
Core showed the club some of the
marks ani read off some of the
names of those who had or still
have hog marks on record.
"Hog marks were so popular
the original clerk of the court in
Gulf County, Joe Hunter, had a
large rubber stamp made up of a
hog's head on which he would
draw the registered mark in order
to be able to officially identify it.
"Hunter was the first Clerk in
Florida to use this method of
placing the identifying marks on
file as an official record," Core
said.
Some names some of you
may recognize some of the names
of people who had hog marks on
file. They were:
W. T. Edwards, original vice-
president of St. Joe Paper Compa-
ny; M. G. Brock, Cashier of the
Wewahitchka State Bank; Buck
Griffin, Port St. Joe Police Chief;
J. A. Whitfield, Wewa city clerk;
Ben Williams, former State Repre-
sentative from Gulf County;,
James Gautier, bootlegger [Core's
definition]; Manual Ash, trapper;
.Mrs. J. T. McNeill, Clyde Brog-
don, Mrs. W. B. Beard, Fred Mad-
dox, John Griffin, Cecil Glass, J.
S. Hathcock, R. M. Yent, James
Rish and many others.
Because of their importance
'-as a staple in the diet of people of
several years ago, hog registration
and maintaining a number of the
animals in the woods was very
important to our ancestors.
As a closing remark, Core
said some men would set up feed-
ing stations in the woods to at-
tract hogs during the farrowing
season to attract new-born pigs,
which naturally had no markings
on their ears. Once in the feeding
station, they would be quickly
marked and claimed, then al-
lowed to return to the, woods,
grazing for their food.
Guests of the club were Dr.
Brent Fisher of Panama City and
Jerry Gaskin of Wewahitchka.

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with all proceeds going for base-
ball equipment.
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Sharks Fall Sports Banquet


One hundred and seventy-
nine athletes were recognized last
Thursday evening in the fall
sports banquet held at Port St.
Joe High School. The athletes
participated in junior high,. junior
varsity and varsity football, boy's
and girl's cross country, girl's vol-
leyball and cheerleading.
This year rather than recog-
nizing the athlete with the high-
est grade point average in edch
sport, every student who had a
3.0 "B" average or better was
awarded a plaque. Port St. Joe
High School has many acadermi-
cally gifted athletes, as is evi-
denced by 90 of the 179 athletes
receiving an academic award.
GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY '
In cross country competition
this year the girls qualified for
regional competition and had
their first athlete named to the All
Area Team Kristie Lowry, who
also received the Most Valuable
Player designation. Rachel Lane
received the Outstanding Perfor-,
mance award and Shinah Quinn
was the Most Improved.
BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY
In a division which pits many


sizes of schools together, Port St.
Joe placed second in district this
year, which qualified them for
state competition, where they fin-
ished 11th.
Recognized as athletes of the
week by the Tallahassee Demo-
crat and to the Panama City
News-Herald All Area first team
were Lee Duren and Kenny
Daves. Duren also was named to
the Democrat's All Big Bend sec-
ond team. Daves was named to
the Democrat's All Big Bend first
team, All Panhandle first team
and All State, where the junior
finished ninth in a field of 115
competitors, and was the Sharks'
Most Outstanding Athlete.
Other cross country members
receiving awards were Most
Improved Matt Dixon, and Demo-
crat Honorable Mention, Steve
Alles, Pat Sonnenberg and Robbie
Dixson.
VOLLEYBALL
The girl's volleyball team fin-
ished the '93 season with an 8-4
record. Receiving awards were:
Alice Kennington Most Consis-
tent Server; LaTonya Bailey -
Hustle Award; and Kendra McDa-


Lose to AAAAA Ft. Walton in'Triple Overtime


Sharks Defeat Blountstown, Mosley


The Sharks got a firmer grip
on their seventh place state rank-
ing over the past week as they
won twice and lost by one point
to AAAAA Fort Walton Beach in
.triple overtime in the Subway
Shootout held In the Chipola
Health Center.. .
PORT ST. JOE, 86
BLOUNTSTOWN, 68


Murry White*

Wins Weekend

Bass Busters

Tournament
By Larry Duggar
Sub freezing temperatures
greeted the members of the River
Basin Bass Busters as they ea-
gerly waited for "safe light" to be-
gin a new year of competition.
The cold weather was.,blamed. for-.
frozen guides. stiff reels, numb
ringers, and empty thermos bot-
ties; however, enthusiasm wasn't
dampened as some of the finest
anglers in this area competed in
the one-day tournament. Warmer
temperatures-and bones-came
as 'the sun rose and the competi-
tion heated up in the January 22
contest.
The 5:00 p.m. weigh-in
proved the .bass would bite in
cold weather when Murry White
weighed-in a five bass limit of 12
lbs., 10 oz.,.including a lunker of
5 lbs., 1 oz. Larry Duggar had a
1.2 lb., 5 oz. string, and third
went to Dewitt Galloway with 11
lbs., 14 oz.
The next tournament will be
held February 26 out of Breaka-
way Lodge, Apalachicola. Anyone
interested in fishing with the club
may contact Earl Duggar (653-
8250), Larry Duggar (653-8398),
or Dewitt Galloway (653-8124).


The Sharks took defeat to the
* lair of the Blountstown Tigers Fri-
day night, taking the Tigers 86-68
in a District game.
The Sharks, playing in the
pattern they have followed all sea-
son long, were ahead by the slim
margin of 32-30 at half-time, but
poured on the heat in the second
half and literally ran the Tigers in
the ground with their quickness.
The g Sharks used the three
point weapon to good advantage,
chalking up 12 of the three-point
baskets in their win. Kendrick
Addison had two, Barry Adkison
and Chad Quinn had three each
and Des Baxter had four.
Baxter led the Shark scoring
with. 19, points for the evening.
Quinn scored 13 points. Addison
and Adkison each added 11. Matt'
Speights was the big gunh for-
Blountstown, scoring 28 points.
Score by quarters:
SSt. Joe 16162331-86
B'town 13171424-68
ST. JOE-Addison 4-1-11,
Adkson 4-0-11.-Quinn 5-0-13,
Baxter 7-1-19, J. Larry 4-0-8. M.
Larry 4-1-9, Bryant 3-0-6, Crosby
0-3-3, Williams 3-0-6'..
B'TOWN-Speights 11-3-28,
McCaskill 2-2-7. Mosley :1-0-3,
Rackley 0-4-4, Peterson 3-1-9,



Dixie Youth

Coaches and
Officers Meet
There will be a coaches
and officers meeting of the
Port St. Joe Dixie Youth
Baseball League on Thurs-
day, February 3, at 6:30
p.m. at the Port St. Joe Fire
Station.
All coaches and officers
are strongly urged to attend
this most important meeting.


Boating Safety Course

Begins Next Thursday
A boating safety course will All persons age 18 and older
be held at Marquardt's Marina, may attend. There is a limit of 24
Hwy. 98, in Mexico Beach. This students. Please call Marquardt's
course will be taught by U.S. Marina at 648-8900 to reserve
Coast Guard Auxiliary members your seat.
of Flotilla 1-5, Apalachicola. Learn boating skills and sea-
The course starts Thursday, manship, the rules of the road,
* February 3, from 6-8 p.m. CST, who has the right-of-way 'on the
and will run for six consecutive water, and what type of safety,
Thursday. equipment you must carry on
The course is free; however, board.
there is a $15 fee to cover the The rules have changed; do
cost of materials. you know these changes? '


Black 1-0-3, Cox 4-0-8, Jhonson
2-2-6.
FORT WALTON BEACH, 73
PORT ST. JOE, 72 .
THE game of the Chlpola
tournament in Marianna Satur-
day night, was the shoot-out be-
tween Fort Walton Beach and
Port St. Joe. With 10 teams play-
ing in the all-day tournament,
none were so exciting as the
Sharks and their opponents, fea-
turing number one FSU signee,
Geoff Brower.
'We had the game won a
couple of times, and we really
didn't execute like we should
have," coach Vernon Eppinette
said. "But we did well with our
four starting sophomores."
Fort Walton sent the game
into overtime with a 3-pointer
with two seconds left. John
Bryant rebounded Jermaine Lar-
ry's missed free throw to send the
game Into another overtime with
seven seconds left.
Des Baxter who scored q
team-high 213 points for Port St..
Joe, put in a 15-footer with 21
seconds left in the second over-
time. The Sharks nearly won it
then, but Chad Quinn's lay-in at
the buzzer was ruled too late.
In the final overtime, Fort
Walton held on to its 73-72 lead
when Baxter's shot came just af-
ter the buzzer.
Jermaine Larry Joined Baxter
in the double figure scoring, with
16 points. Brower paced Fort
Walton Beach with 27 points. '
Fort Walton had a 32-27 lead
at half time.
PORT ST. JOE; 77
MOSLEY, 66
The Sharks led the Mosley
Dolphins for three quarters Tues-
day night, as the Dolphins
slipped to an 11-point defeat in
the Coliseum. The Dolphins put
on a surge iih the. second quarter
to gain a thin three point lead at
the rest stop, but it wasn't
enough to de-rail the Shark victo-
ry train.
Des Baxter was the leading
point-maker again for the Sharks.
sinking 21 points for the victors.
Damon Walker added 18 points.
Walker added five three-
pointers, Baxter and Adkison had
two each and Addison added one.


The Dolphins had a slim 36-
33 lead at half-time, but the pat-
ented Shark second half surge
swamped that slight lead.
Score by quarters:
St.Joe 20132321-66
Mosley 1422 11 19-66
ST. JOE-J. Larry 4-1-9, Ad-
dison 1-0-3, Adkison 2-0-6, Walk-
er 6-1-18, Quinn 3-0-6, M. Larry
1-3-5, Baxter 5-9-21, Bryant 1-0-
2, Crosby 0-2-2, Williams 2-1-5.
MOSLEY-Robinson 4-1-9,
Steele 7-3-17m Brulnton 2-2-6,
Culber 2-0'-5. Pittman 4-3-12,
Fudge 1-1-3, Kyle 1-0-2, Parker
4-3-12.
'NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
Friday night, the Sharks will
host the Rutherford Rams. On
Saturday night. the team will be
on the road to Monticello to meet
the Jefferson County Tigers. Mon-,
day night the Sharks will meet'
the Marianna Bulldogs In Marian-
na.

Mosley Girls
Defeat Sharks
MOSLEY GIRLS, 60
PORT ST. JOE GIRLS, 23
The lady Sharks spotted the
Mosley girls basketball team 18
points last Wednesday night and
took a drubbing at the hands of
the Lady Dolphins in Panama
City.. The Dolphins completely
handcuffed the Sharks for the
first period with a full court press
which the Sharks were never able
to recover from.
The score stood at 30-6 at
half-time.
Kendra McDaniel scored all
but nine of the Sharks' points, as
she collected a total of 14 to lead
all scorers on both teams.
It was definitely a dismal
night for the Lady Sharks.
Score by quarters:
PortSt. Joe 0 6 6 11-23
Mosley. 18 12 15 15-60
ST. JOE-McDaniel 7-0-14,
Maxwell 1-1-3, Wood 3-0-6, C.
Wood 0-0-0, Kilbourn 0-0-0, Ken-
nington 0-0-0.
MOSLEY-Rhoden 4-1-9,
Werle 3-0-8, Fowler 2--0-5, Cog-
dell' 0-1-1, Ford 4-0-8, Hawkins
5-0-10, Barker 4-1-9, Santiago 2-
0-4, Hatcher 2-2-6.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL TffURSDAY, JAN. 27, 1694


PAEsSevc Cne


niel Spike Award and Most Val-
uable Player.
J.V. FOOTBALL
The junior varsity football
team had a very exciting season,
finishing 7-1 on the year. Named
as Outstanding Offensive Players
were Doyle Crosby, Doug Davis
and Cameron Likely. Receiving
Outstanding Defensive Awards
were Barry Walker, Carlos Best
and Ryan Yeager. The Mr. Grit
Award went to Charlie Lanford
and the Spirit Award to Michael
Smith.
VARSITY FOOTBALL
The varsity football team fin-
ished the year with an 8-3 sea-
son, after defeating Pensacola
Catholic In the Quincy Invitation-
al Rotary Bowl, and was ranked
11th in the state.
Receiving the lion's share of
the awards was Jeremy Tull, who
was named All State, All District
and All Big Bend, second team.
He will participate in the annual
North-South game this summer
in Gainesville. He also 'received
several awards from the Sharks-
Offensive Lineman of the Year,
Offensive Player of the Year and a
Leadership Award.
Also receiving the Leadership
Award was Eric Ramsey. In addi-.
tion he was named the Lineback-
er of the Year,. the Defensive
Player of the Year, All Big Bend,
third team and All District, first
team offense.,
Cedric Anthony also received
a Leadership Award, as he, Tull
and Ramsey were the Sharks'
team captains this year. In addi-,
tion he was an honorable men-
tion in All Big Bend.
Others receiving awards
were:
Zyris Hill All Big Bend -n sec-
ond team and Defensive Back of
the Year
Randy Smith Defensive
Lineman of the Year, All Big Bend
third team, All District first
team defense;
SDes Baxter, Receiver of the
Year, All Big Bend honorable
mention and All District first
team offense;
Ninamdi Frazier Offensive
Back of the Year, All Big Bend-
honorable mention and All Dis-
trict honorable mention.
Others named to the All Big
Bend team honorable mention
were Bryan Butts. Jamaail Fenn,
and Chanon Fennell. Also honor-
ably mentioned in All District
were Jamaall Fenn. Bryan Butts,
and Eric Montelro.


Darion Dawson received the
Coaches Award.
ACADEMIC AWARDS
Receiving a gold academic
award for -a 4.0 average were
cross country runners Leslie Fai-
son and Jennifer Smallwood, vol-
leyball players Heather Fields,
Alice Kennington, Stephanie Max-
well, Dusty Daniels, Dottle Davis,
Anna Duren, Tracy Fitzgerald and
Rachel McCroan; junior high foot-
ball players Jim Faison and
Jarred Patterson; cheerleaders
Lindsay Williams, Meredith God-
frey, Deann Redmond and Caro-
line Lister.
Many of these young athletes
not only maintained a 4.0 but
participated in two sports, jug-
gling practice for different sports
each day and keeping their per-
feet, averages.
Receiving plaques for a 3.0
average or better were:
Volleyballers Samantha Am-
brose, Nicole Bellinger, Casey
Clark, Katie Kilbourn, Joy Miller,
Sarah Osborne, Piper Redmond,
Tracy Watkins, LaTonya Bailey,
Ronisu Bird, Gena Johnson, Joni
Peak, and Kendra McDaniel.
Cheerleaders: Kelly Burkett,
Leah Davis, Elisa Eyslee, Shan-
nan Antley, Megan Dean, Missy
Nobles, Chrystina Marquardt,
Nikki Williams, Nichole Wilder,
Amy Buzzett, Kristi Kirkland, Aly-
son Williams, Leigh Lawrence,
Gretchen Stevens, Amanda Bate-
man, Amanda Phillips, and Krys-
tal Tharpe.
Junior high football: Shan-
non Causey, Seth Campbell,
James Daniels, Jason Gainnie,
Brett Lowry, Joey iMastro, Jason
Shoaf,'Wayne Summers, and Mac
Young.
Junior varsity football: Banrry
Adkison, Jesse Colbert, Doyle
Crosby, Jonathan Gilmore, Char-
lie Lanford, Cameron Likely, Man-
dricka Miller, Rocky Quinn, Kris-
tian Richbourg, Michael Smith,
Luke Thomason, and Russell
Young c
Varsity football: Bryan Butts,
Josh Colbert, Zyris Hill, Eric
Monteiro,. Eric Ramsey, Matt
Roberson,, Viec Sellers, Mike
Thomas and Mat Todd.
Girls' cross country: Audrey
Franklin, Cheyenne Harrison,
Rachel Lane, Kristie Lowry, Kayce
Knox, Latrika Quinn and Casey
White.
Cross country: Kenny Daves,
Malt Dixon; Lee Duren, Lance
Hanson, Andy Smith, Nick Swea-
zy and Chad Thompson.







THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. JAN. 27, 1994 PAGE 1B


lBulldog News


Students of the Week
Congratulations to our stu-
dents of the weekly Ricardo Clem-


mons, Jessie Weimorts, Lacey
Franklin, John Patrick, Cheyne
Todd, Dwayne Plergiovanni, Julie


3-County Area Gets


Infant Study Grant


Leavins, Brandon Davis, and
Bobbie Jo Hinds.
FOOD WORLD RECEIPTS
Friday, January 28 is the last
day to turn in Food World re-
ceipts. Please send your receipts
to school today!
Pepsi School Caps
Beginning February 1 if you
purchase any 2 liter, 3 liter or 20
oz. bottles of Pepsi brands (Pepsi,
Diet Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Mug.
Crystal) please save the special
blue PEPSI SCHOOL CAP. Our
school will receive five cents for
each blue PEPSI SCHOOL CAP
redeemed. Even if you don't have.
children attending Port St. Joe
Elementary School, but you drink


PEPSI products, here's your
chance to help. Please bring caps
to the school front office. You
saved the right cap baby! UH
HUHI
Parents Make The Differ-
ence
How does your child deal
with long homework assign-
ments? Does she feel. so over-
whelmed that she doesn't; know
where to begin? If so, show her
how to divide the assignment into
small "chunks". For example, if
she has 20 math problems, have
her do five problems at a time.
This simple idea makes the work
seem easier. I
Each time she finishes a
group of five problems, look over


the work and praise her effort. If
necessary, you may want to give
her a small, "reward". It doesn't
have to be anything big a sticker
may do the job.
Science Fair
On Thursday, February 3,
our sixth graders will participate
in our Science Fair. Parents, are
invited to view the projects in the
Port St. Joe Elementary School
gym from 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Talent Show
Talent Show tryouts will be
held on Thursday, February 10.
More details later.
P.T.A. Meeting
Our next P.T.A. meeting will
be held on Thursday, February
17. Please make plans to attend.


Passion Play
Are you interested in be-
ing a part of the first com-
munity-wide Passion Play in
Port St. Joe? They need sing-
ers, actors, artists, and pro-
duction assistants!! The dra-
ma/musical is Who Will Call
Him King of Kings? and will
be performed Easter week-
end. Rehearsals will begin in
two weeks. If you are inter-
ested in participating, please
call Charlotte Henderson at
227-1724/647-3389 or Lau-
ra Ramsey at 229-6506.
2 tc 1/27


The Bay, Franklin, Gulf
Healthy Start coalition has re-
ceived two grants that will enable
the group to begin a Fetal-Infant
Mortality Review Process and
present recommendations to the
community-at-large through me-
dia activities. According to Ms,
Ricky Biggins, Coalition Board of
Directors President, a grant of
$25,000, awarded by the State
Health Office, will be used partial-
ly to hire a qualified person to ex-
tract data from doctors' offices
and hospitals as well as to inter-
view families. In an effort to as-
certain possible causes of 20 fetal
*i and 26 infant deaths to Bay
County residents during 1992, a
Technical Review Committee of
Obstetricians and Pediatricians,
Health Department and hospital
staff and Coalition members is
expected to study 1992 and 1993
infant death extensively as well
as monthly reports of deaths oc-
curring during 1994.
A second grant of $500 has
been ;awarded to the Coalition by
the Northwest Florida Chapter of
the March of Dimes for publicity
and community awareness.
Energy Help for
Those Over 60
Any person over the age of 60
who meets the income guidelines
is eligible for a instancee with their
home heating bills. Assistance is
available for heater, electric blan-
kets, and some furnace repairs,
provided ,you meet the income
limits. This program is on-going,
and assistance is also available
during the summer months for
cooling.: There is no reason for'.
anyone over 60 to be without ade-
quate heat. Call now-they are
waiting to help you. -
Please call the Senior Citizens
Assoc.. Inc., at 229-8466. Mon-
day-Friday from 8 a.m. 5 p.m.
Friends of the
Library to Meet"
The Gulf County Friends of
the Library will meet on February
1, at 5:30 p.m. EST at the library ,
in Port St. Joe. This will be a spe-
cial planning meeting and elec-
tion of officers will be held.
The Friends of the Library
have donated special books to
both the Port St. Joe and Wewa-
hitchka libraries, most recently
donating $1500 toward the pur-
chase of new books.
Membership for 1994 can be
,purchased at this meeting for
$5.00 All members and interested
citizens are urged to attend.
Gospel Sing
The First Pentecostal Holi-
ness Church will be having a 5th
Sunday Night Sing on January 30
at 6:30 p.m. Sister Jeanie Crumb
and others will be with them, and
a love offering will be taken.
Pastor Tommy Causey invites
everyone to attend.


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Recording

Group At

LABC
The recording group, "Kyle &
George" will be in concert this
Sunday evening at 7:00 p.m. at
Long Avenue Baptist Church. The
duo is comprised of George Rob-
erts and Kyle Peddle. Roberts is a
former resident of Port St. Joe
Joe, and both previously per-
formed with "Fortress".'
They have formed the record-
ing company, Seminole Record-
ing, Inc. and are in the process of
releasing their first album, "Stand
Firm". Seven of the nine selec-
tions on the album are original
recordings, written by Kyle and
George, including the music.
,For an evening of uplifting
Christian music join the congre-.
gation of Long Avenue Baptist as
they host "Kyle and George".


Students Eligible
For Scholarships
High school students with a
grade point average of "B" or bet-
ter and who are U.S. citizens in-
terested in applying for $1,000
college scholarships should re-
quest applications by March 14
from Educational Communica-
tions Scholarship Foundation,
721 N. McKinley Rd., P.O. Box
5012, Lake Forest, IL 60045-
5012.

To receive an application,
students should send a note stat-
ing their name, address, city,
state, zip code, approximate
grade point average, and year of
graduation. All requests for appli-
cations will be fulfilled on or
about April 15. 125 winners will
be selected on the basis of aca-
demic performance, involvement
in extracurricular activities and
some consideration for financial
need. A total of $125,000 will be
awarded.


Card of Thanks
We would like to take this op-
portunity to express our sincere
thanks to all o0f our friends and.
neighbors for their prayers, flow-
ers, food, and other acts 'of kind-":
ness for our family during the re-
cent loss of our loved one,
We have tried to return all
dishes with names on them, but
we have several without names. If
you have not received yours,
please contact us and we will be
sure to get them to you.
Bronzell Ward and Family

Card of Thanks
I We would like to take this
time to thank all of our dear
friends for their prayers, visits,
phone calls, food, and flowers
during this difficult time. As we
leave for Gainesville, we feel very
encouraged. Your love and sup-
port has meant so much to us.
Bea and Shorty Campbell


Card of Thanks
The family of Kylar E. Hamil-
ton, Sr.. 'ackiiowedges with sin-
cere appreciation all acts of loving
kindness and generosity shown
' during the time of bereavement.
Thanks to all the Christian
congregation throughout the
community for their love and sup-
port. May the true, God of Peace
richly bless you, one and all.
The Hamilton Family


To all our many friends
whose loving kindness and
support has comforted us
through the passing of our
.dearly beloved mother,
Ednie Rish
(Sunday, January 16, 1994)
We love you and we thank you!
Claude Mitchell Rish,
Albert Alexander Rish, &
the entire Ednie Rish Family
2


Kyle Peddle and George Roberts


Wewahitchka

Elementary

News...
By Linda Whitfield


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


SUNDAY


SUNDAY


Worship: 12 p m. Sunday Morning Roundup: 1
WEDNESDAY for Ages 2-Adult i
8:00 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.


1 a.m.


favorite book is The Velveteen
Rabbit. Like most boys his age, he
likes to watch TV, and his favorite
show is The Bill Cosby Show. If
granted one wish, Wesley said it
would be to be bigger and taller..
Your time will come, Wesley.
When asked who has meant a lot,
to him or who is important in his


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S THEUNITED METHODISTCHURCH
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School ...'..... 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship ......7:30 p.m.
Morning Worship.... 11:00 a.m. Choir Practice
Methodist Youth Wednesday ............7.. :30 p.m.
Fellowship............ 5:00 p.m,
Rev. Zedoc Baxter Charlotte Henderson
PASTOR YOUmTH/CHOIR DIRECTOR
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First 'Untlited3iethodlit Church
S 111"Norh 22nd St d"
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



"The Exciting Place to Worship"


First Baptist Church

102 Third Street
Port St. Joe, Florida


H. R. Naberhuis
Interim Pastor


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


life, Wesley said. "My mom and
dad."
Guidance News from Pam Lister
About ADD Disorder
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege will be holding a workshop
entitled: "G'ood Parents/Bad Par-
ents" and "Good Teachers/Bad
Teachers" on January 25 and
February 1. The cost for the class
is $6..Pam Lister, WES Guidance
Counselor, has the registration
forms for you to pickup at her of-
fice. If you are interested in learn-
ing more about the ADD disorder,
call Pam or come by and see her.
The time is 7-9 p.m. For more in-
formation, call the school at 639-
2476.
New Grandmother at WES
Myrle Jones, Media Aide, is a
proud new grandmother. Her son,
Roger, and his wife, Carol. had a
baby giPl on January 18. Little
Katie Lynn weighed 6 lbs. Both
mother and babe are doing fine at
Gulf Coast Community Hospital.
Big brother Jessie said he be-
1lieved he'd 'like to be a baby,
again! '
Little Miss Valentine Pageant
The 1994 Little Miss Valen-
tine Pageant will be held on Feb-
ruary 12 at the WES auditorium.
The Senior Citizens Association
will be in charge. Entry blanks
are available in the school office
and are due back by January 31
along with a $10 entry fee. All.
contestants will receive a trophy.
The Miss Valentine pageant has
been around a long time in We-
wahitchka. It was first started by
the Jayceettes in 1973, and they
were in charge until the 80's,
when Interested persons involved
with the American Cancer Society
took over. Then after they gave it
up, the Senior Citizens took over,
It is a greatly anticipated event
and one that raises a lot of money


for some great causes. Good luck
to all contestants.
Martin Luther King, Jr.,
Honored in Gulf County
I Gulf County Schools had a
holiday on Monday, January 17,
in honor of slain civil rights lead-
er, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In
keeping with his memory,, Linda
Whitfield's class did a video for
the occasion. Many teachers are
doing units on Dr.' King in their
social studies classes. Martin Lu-
ther King is dead, but his idea for
peace still holds true today.
A Sure-Fire Way To Get Up
On A Cold Morning. ...
Beside my bed is a small digi-
tal clock. When the alarm goes off
in themorn ing. I grope for it, hold
It up in the air to see the time,
then shut if off. The other mornm-
ing I had a 32 oz. glass of water
on the nightstand also. In my
sleep and haste. I reached over as
usual to pluck up the alarm clock
and instead hoisted the water
above the bed and poured it all
over mel Talk abdut getting up
fast! It soaked me. the bedspread.
and the sheets. Now. when I am
thirsty, I just go to the kitchen.
Delta Kappa Gamma
Attending the Beta" Beta
Chapter of Mu State were Pam
Sumner, Alisa Walker, and Linda
Whitfield. The meeting was held
,at the Harbour House in Panama
City. The chapter includes teach-
Y ers from Bay, Gulf, and Calhoun
counties.
Little Red Hen
Wasn't that one of your favor-
ite stories as a child? If so, you
heed to come see the play by Kin-
dergarten students on Friday at
8:30 in the Commons. Teachers
Nadine Whitfield, Connie St.
Clair. and Alisa Walker would
love for you to come.


Buddy Caswell
Minister of Music & Youth


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Minister: Tom Skipper'. 229-8310
Message: A Sure Way To Heaven
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 -Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue

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Those who have been keeping
up with 'the Student Government
Association of Port St. Joe High
p: School know that it is one of the
ay most active chapters in the Pan-
!ry handle and state. For that reason
the SGA'is holcIng the District
meeting of the Student Govern-
ment Association. The meeting
will consist of many different
workshops, a business meeting ,i
Which bills will be presented, and
a student speaker from Gaines-
*r ville Bucholz High School, De-
smon Duncan-Walker.


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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. Tremain


12/17-6/93


Phone 648-8144
A


THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY

ST. JAMES' PORT ST. JOE
7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (ET)
~ ++ S Sunday School 9:45
S +ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.m. (CT)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor

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The varsity basketball team
defeated Blountstown 88-69, and
though they were. defeated by
Fort Walton Beach, it was an ex-
citing game of 83-82 that, went
into double overtime.
The J.V. team won this week
as well. They defeated Bay High
54-51.
Those who thought that there
couldn't possibly be anymore ac-
ceptance letters to seniors are


sadly mistaken-four more letters
of acceptance just this week.
Lee Duren received letters of
acceptance from NC State Univer-
sity and Florida State University.
Erin Oliver and Elisa Eyslee also
received letters from Florida State
University.'
Rayford Butler, Harmony
Priest, Ryan Yeager, and Justin
Summers were honored with the
PRIDE flag this week for being
the classroom winners of the
1994 Geography Bee. It also flew
-honoring the super varsity boy's.
basketball game. Because of Ter-
ry Addison's outstanding display
of PRIDE at the elementary
school, he had the flag flown in
honor of him. It flew in honor of
our most, committed volunteer,
Mrs. Kennington. Port St. Joe
High School is also proud of its
two newest additions to excellent
staff,. Mrs. Mixon and Mrs. Car-
roll.


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

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


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


We Want You To Be
Part of the Friendly Place

BIBLE STUDY 9:45 a.m. EVENING WORSHIP ........... 7:00 p.m.
MORNING WORSHIP................ 11:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY....................... 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH TRAINING. ...........545pm
Long Avenue Baptist Church


1601 Long Aver


DANIEL W. DUNCAN .. ,. :
Pastor


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Highland View

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

Sunday School................................. ............................ 10 a.m .
Morning Worship ................ 11 a.m.
Evening Worship.................. TF p.m.
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of Port St.Joe
Weekly Meeting Tiines
Sunday Morning Celebration and Worship:..:.............. 10:00 a.m.
Thursday Night Bible Study.................... .............. 7:00 p.m.
Intercessory Prayer at The Rock, Mon.-Fri ............. 7:00 8:00 a.m.
S' i 8:0.- 9:00 a.m.
Saturday Family Night Intercession 7............................. .. 7:00 p.m.
The Rock Teens...................................'............ To Be Announced
Pastors: Jim and Susan List Office Hours: Monday Thursday
103 Garrison Avenue 9:00 12:00 & 2:00 4:00
Office Phone: 227-2033 Friday: 9:00 12:00


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CHURCH
508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756 .
SUNDAY WORSHIP........................... 10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL..............................11 a.m.
*SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children


Nursery Available
Good.Friday Service Friday, April 9 3 p.m.
"The Seven Last Words" ,
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor




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Come see our new spacious worship area this Sundayl


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:A inembehr church I hlic
Stuthcrn ikaptisi ('onvctnon, First Union Bank Building
and'the Norrthwest 'iast 9am Sunday School
iptisu ..\ssc:,",In 10am and 6pm Worship


Wesley Colvin Student of the Week


James Rouse, Chapter I
teacher, chose Wesley Colvin to
be his student of 'the week. Wes-
ley makes his home with David
and Abigail Taunton. He is ten
--years old and likes math best in
school. When he* grows up, he
would like to become a profes-
sional baseball player. Wesley's


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Gulf County Honor Roll Students


Port St. Joe High School


Principal Wes Taylor presents
the Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School third six weeks Honor Roll
(Asterisks denote all A's):
7th Grade: *Michael Bearden,
*Anna Duren, *James Faison,
*Tracey Fitzgerald, *Meredith
Godfrey, *Rikki Johnson, *Laura
Kilbourn, *Rachel McCroan,
*Julia Six, *Donna Thomas,
*Lindsey Williams, Samantha
Ambrose, Mindy Banks, Shannon
Boyer, Jason Gainnie, April God-
win, Adam Hell (O'Claire), Betty
Ingram, Wade Kennington, Joy
Miller, Thomas Money, Piper Red-
mond, Jason Richardson, Wendy
Sander, Krystal Tharpe, Tracy
Watkins, Crystal Wheeler, Kiki
Williams.
8th Grade: *Dorthy Davis,
*Jeremy Dixon, *Jarred- Patter-
son, *Jodie Wear, *Casie Wil-
liams, Kyle Adkison, Williarn
Bryant, Acacia Clark,. Jennifer
Gaddis, Jason Gammill, Sabrina


Hanson, Kimberly Lamberson,
Stephanie Lawrence, Amanda
Phillips, Natasha Powell, Tommie
Richter, Gretchen Stevens, Grego-
ry Summers, Adrian West, Casey
White..
9th Grade: *Jesse Colbert,
*Karen Falbe, *Robbi Funder-
burk, *Gena Johnson, *Kayce
Knox, *Stephanie Maxwell,
*Harmony Priest, Latakka
Barnes, Tara Batyski, Ronisu
Bird, Amy Buzzett, Doyle Crosby,
Joanna Cutler, Matthew Dixon,
Audrey Franklin, Michael Groh,
Lance Hanson, Ivan Johnson,
Tina Klope, Olivia Kumerickal,
Charles Lanford, Tasheka Lang-
ston, Jolynne Parker, Melarie
Quinn, Bryan Simon, William
Todd, Matthew White, Clifford
Whitfleld, Christy Wood, Misty
Wood, Russell Young.
10th Grade: *Erica Beard,
*Destiny Daniels, *Leslie Faison,
*Heather Fields, *Sarah Fox,


SSchool Board Minutes ]


Gulf County School Board
December 7, 1993
Regular Meeting
The Gulf County School Board metin regu-
lar session on December 7. 1993, at 9:00 am.. In
the Gulf County School Board Administrative Of-
fices in Port St. Joe. The following members were
present: Oscar Redd, Ted Whitfield, David Byrd,
James Hanlon, and Charlotte Pierce. The Superin-
tendent and Board Attorney were also present.
Oscar Redd presided and the meeting was
opened with prayer led. by Charlotte Pierce, fol-
lowed by the Pedge of Allegiance led by Ted Whit-
field.
HEAR FROM PUBLIC: Mr. Elmo Sander met
with the Board to discuss his continued concern
over ESE student programs.
ADOPTION OF AGENDA: On motion by Mr.
Whitfield, second by Mr. Hanlon, and unanimous
Sote. the Board adopted &he agenda
BUDGET MATTERS/PAYMENT OF BILLS:
On motion by Mr Hardon. second by Mr Byrd,
anrd urnalrrmous vote, the Board approved the fol-
losing budget malLers and pa.,yemnt of bills
Approved Budget Amendment No. II." Gener-
alFund .
Approved BudgetAmendment No. II, Special
Revenue, Other
S APPROVAL OFy' MINUTES: On motion by
SMrse.Pierce second by Mr. Hanlon. and unani-
mous vote, the Board approved the minutes of No-
vember 2 and 16., 19. with corrections.
CORRESPONDENCE: The Board reviewed.a
card of thanks -from Dot Leavins. No action neces-
sary.
PERSONNEL MATTERS: On motion by Mr.
Hanlon, second by Mr. Whitfield, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved the following personnel
matters for the 1993-94 school year.
Approved a request from Oletha Bowers to
go from seven (7) hours per day to four (4) hours
per day because of personal reasons.
Approved Kendall Body and Judy Ann Cook
as substitute teachers.
Approved Pamela Sue Whitfield as a substi-
tute bus driver.
Approved Chris Span for the position of DCT



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In Office-Surgery
U.S. hospital records
show a continuing trend
in scheduling operations:
within a six-year period,
the percentage done on an,
outpatient basis increased
from' 25 percent to 50 per-
cent .of all operations. The
concept of walking in, hav-
ing surgery, and going
home the same day is es-
pecially the case in podiat-
ric surgery. Moreover, the
setting ofteniAs the podia-
trist's office.
Although surgery for
more complex, foot prob-
lems Is performed by the
podiatrist in .a hospital,
many foot conditions can
be treated surgically in the
office. With today's instru-
ments and techniques, the
surgery in most cases is
done through a small inci-
sion'in the skin, which re-
quires few stitches.
Surgery is, recommend-
ed by the podiatrist only if
other methods of treat-
ment are inadequate. In-
office surgery hot only cor-
rects the problem, but
does so with minimal in-
convenience and discom-
fort and at less expense
than in a hospital stay.

Presented as a service
to the community by
Dr. Stephen Gross
Podiatrist
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Student Helper at Wewahitchka Bus Barn.
Approved for Karen Minger. substitute
teacher for Doris Jean Whitten, to be paid regular
teacher pay effective November 22, 1993.
Accepted the resignation of Angela Wright
Feitel from her teaching position at Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School.
Approved Margaret Ann Padgett as a School
Food Service substitute worker.
Approved Clint Campbell for the position of
temporary DCT Student Helper at Port St. Joe Bus
Barn.
Approved Jim Bozeman for the position of
Health Service Project Social Worker.
PROGRAM MATTERS: The Board reviewed
Gulf County School District's ESE Suspension/
Expulsion policy and Leon County School Dis-
trict's policy on ESE Discipline and Suspension.
No action taken.
SOn motion by Mr. Whitfield. second by Mr.
Byrd, and unanimous vote, the Board approved
the Summer Inservice Institute Program Report for
'1993.
STUDENT MATTERS: On motion by Mrs.
Pierce, second by Mr. Hanlon, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved nonficatuon tu the De.
apartment ofl" Itlghay Safety arnd Motor Vehicles to
suspend a students drivers license for rorcompli'
arnce
TRANSPORTATION MATTERS: On motion
by Mr. Byrd. second by Mr. Whitfleld, and unani-
mous vote, the Board approved the following trans-
portation matters:
Approved the following afternoon bus route
changes for the Wewahitchka.schools:
1) Bus #NJ to transport the Land's Landing
area students in addition to the current route*
which includes the, T.L James area, Whispering
Pines, and South 6n Highway 71; and
2) Bus #51 to run Highway .71 and turn
right on Overstreet Road to the bridge.
Approved the following new bus stops:
Bus Stop #4522, Bus #45, Myers Road -
Dalkeith Route
Bus Stop #5900, Bus #59, Overstreet Route
Bus Stop #6022, Bus # 60, Howard Creek
Route
Bus Stop #5546, Bus #55. 41st Street. Mexi-
co Beach Route
Bus Stop #5552, Bus #55, 34th Street. Mex-
ico Beach Route'
CONSTRUCTION MATTERS: On motion by
Mr. Whitfield. byMr. Hanlon- and unani-
mous vote, the Board approved the new adminis-,
tratlye office complex. The Board directed the, S -
perinterdent to write a letter orcommendatior, and
appreciuoon tc i he maintenance salTa of Lth- Gull
County School S\stem for a job %ell done
SUPERINTENDENPs REPORT: The BoardJ
reieued a letter from Juhe M Pierce rtg.Irdlr.g the
School Board's policy on Distribution of Literature.
No action taken. /
'On motion by Mr. Whitfield. second by Mr.
Hanlon, and unanimous vote, the Board approved
authorization to Issue short term'employee disabil-
ity coverage to appropriate employees due to the
'transition from self insurance to private carrier.
On motion by Mr. Hanlon. second by Mr.
Byrd, and unanimous vote, the Board \oted to
contribute $1,000 toward Port St Joe High
School's Project Graduation 1994 and $750 to-
ward Wewahltchka High School's Project Gradua-
tion 1994.
On motion by Mr. Byrd. second by Mr. Han-
Ion, and unanimous vote, the Board approved the
following items as surplus property and to remove
from property records:
One.( ) 1975 international Bus #35. 66 pas-
senger. property Record #0023-71. ID#
13662EHA28728
One (1) 1975 International Bus #36, 66 pas-
senger, Property Record #0023-172, ID#
S13662EHA28713
The Board reviewed Section 230.061, F.S.,
Adjustment of Boundaries of.School Bo-d Me,-r.
"ber Residence Areas. On motion b) Mr Hanlon,
second by Mrs. Pierce, and unanimous vote, the
Board approved to leave districts, as they are
drawn.
On mouion by Mr Byrd. second by Mr Whit-
field, ard urartitmous ute, the Board approved the /
following matters:
SApproved a request to transfer surplus bus
#36 tq the city of'Port St. Joe for the purpose of
transporting Gulf Forestry Camp Inmates between
the camp and the city In support of .the Depart-
ment of Correction's inmate utilization program.
T he Board reviewed School Resource Month-
"ly Activity Report for Port St. Joe High School for
the month of November, 1993. No action.neces-
sary.
BOARD MEMBER CONCERNS: On motion.
by Mr. Hanlon, second.by Mr. Byrd, and unani-.
mous vote, the Board approved to share the cost of
paving the drive at Highland View Elementary
School with the Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners.
Mr. Redd stated that he was unable to at-
tend the Florida School Boards Association's win-
ter conference that was held In Haines City, FL,.on
November 30-December 3, 1993.
There being no further business, the' meet-
ing adjourned to meet again in regular session in
January 4, 1994, at 6:00 p.m.



Tommy

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Chevrolet
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In Port St. Joe,
Franklin County Area
Chevrolet-GEO
New and Used Cars and Trucks
Business: 1-800-342-7131
or 904-785-5221
Home: 229-6836


*Brigette Godfrey, *Kristi Law-
rence, *Heather Nixon, *Elizabeth
Redmond, *Jennifer Smallwood,
*Alyson Williams, Latonya Bailey,
April Bryant, Sheteta Chambers,
Dana Fox, DeAnna Horton, Mi-
chelle Lindsey, Serena Littleton,
Kent McCullough, Jaime McMul-:
Ion, Chaka Speights, Charrish
White.
11th Grade: *Harlotte Bolden,
*Dyshanda Boykins, *Alice Ken-
nington, *Raymond Long, Char-
ron Addison, Diane Bender,
Christopher Buchanan, Damien
Byrd, William Cathey, Catherine
Conners, Kenneth Daves, Leigha
Davis, Natalie Gant, Justin Ger-
lach,' Cheyenne Harrison, Jon
Hawkins, Tawanda Jenkins.
Chrystina Marquardt, Michael
Mock, Melissa Nobles, Candice


Upchurch, Georgette Walden,
John Wear, Shelly Weston, Jessi-
ca White, Stacey Williams.
12th Grade: *jenny Acree,
*Jennifer Clark, *'Timothy Hatch-
er, *Kara Hogue, *Caroline Lister,
*Jamie Parrish,' *Joni Peak, Melis-
sa Anderson, Shannan Antley,
Sherry Bolden, Jill 'Bryan, Bryan
Butts, Tonya Carpenter,, Joshua
Colbert, Clay Cox, Kristi Davis,
Megan Dean. Elisa Eyslee, Sherry
Fennell, Shelley Fettinger, Zyris
Hill, Lenka KUcerova, Christie
Maestri, Dana Maige, Kendra
McDaniel, Shalonda McNeal,
Rusty Minger, Eric Monteiro,
Stephanie Norris, David Oakley,
Erin Oliver, Tract Peiffer, Latonia
'Peterson, Amos Pittman, Eric'
Ramsev. David Smith, Christy
Surber, Rita Wilder.


Port St. Joe Elementary


Gerald Lewter is proud to an-
nounce the Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School's third six weeks Hon-,
or Roll:
3rd Grade: (All A's) James.
Daniels, Susan Ellmer, Colleen
Falbe, Margaret Gibson, Jolie Ho-
gan, Carla Johnson, Chris Knox,
Jennifer Raffield, Bryan Thomas,
Tyler Weimorts, Shanna Wester.
A's & B's: Alisha Barber, Tes-
sa Collins, Julia, Comforter,
Daphne Crosby, Amy Doster, Ad-
dam Duke, Patrick Fitzgerald,
Sherry Foster,' Eric Harris, Ste-
phen Hoover, Kayla 'Jefferson,
Tessie Layfield, Terrance Mat-
thews, Brandon Moyer, Adrian
Peterson, Mandy Phinizy, Zachary
Roney, Matthew Rose, Jessica
Sherrill, Bobby White.
4th Grade: All A's-Ashley
Bryan, Lisa Curry, Rob Dykes,
Carla Money, Brittany Reeves.'
A's & B's: Mary Amerson, Lin-
nette Bailey, Natalie Burge, San-
tiel Chambers, Tiffany Clark,
Dustin Crews, Reko Gainer,.
Prince Jones, Jared Little, Brooke
Moore, Cody Noble, Ken Peak,
Jasmine Russ, Tikila Walker,
Joanna Watkins, Heidi Wells,
Kanera Williams.
5th Grade: All A's-Bonnie Be-
lin, Angela McDowell, Josh Todd.


Wewahitchka
Principal Larry Mathes is
proud to present the WHS third
six weeks' Honor Roll:
(Asterisks denote all A's):
7th Grade: Stephanie Ake.,
'Kenneth' Ard Ire. Amanda Atchi-
son, Austin Atchison, Jessica Ce-
cil, Tana Copeland, Otis Davis,
Elizabeth Dietz, ,Kristi Gay,
*Victoria McClellan, Amy St.
Clair, Jennifer Williams. Bridgett
- Williams.
8th Grade: *Holly Atkins,
Jennifer Barnes, *Joshua Baxley.
Brandi Davis, *Rita Dietz. Ashley
Hanlori, Miranda Harvey, *Lloyd
Husband, Mandy Little, Richard
Maddox, *Ike Mincy, Thaddeus
Morris, Amy Owens, Aimee Prid-
geon, *Joseph Whitfield.
9th Grade: Judith Birming-
ham, *Gary Bridges, Charles,
Cole, *Amanda Davis, Margaret
Kelsoe, Stacey King, Dana Ma-
jors, Dana Owens, Carina Patter-
son, Darrell Peoples, Adam Taun-
ton, Dana Walker.
10th Grade: Tamara Ander-
son, Kimberly Dietz, Lindsay Dor-
.man, Crystal Gaskin, Cody
Hayes, Wendy Nelson, *Cameron
Totman.
11lth Grade: Corrina Cope-
. land, Shanna Forehand, Cynthia
Jordan, Casey Kelley,. *Lori fLay-
ton, *Misty Loftin, Joseph McLe-
more, Lee Minis, Angela Nelson,
*Stacey Proctor, Jessica Taunton.
12th Grade: Jeremy Chase,
Martinque Daniels, *Tammy Da-
vis, *Mari Goodrich, Heather
Goodwin, Jessica Hayes, John
King, Connie Lanier, Michael
Morgan, Cynthia Pickron,
*Jeremy Pridgeon, Heidi Pun,
Amy Rich, Chris Spann, Cathy
Remain.
Wewahitchka First Semester
Honor Roll
(asterisks denotes all A's)
7th Grade: Kenneth Ardire,
Thelma Bryant, Michael Pabis.
8th Grade: *Holly 'Atkins,
Jennifer Barnes, *Joshua Baxley,
Brandi Davis, *Rita Dietz, *Lloyd
Husband, Mandy Little, Richard
Maddox, *Ike Mincy, Thaddeus
Morris, Amy Owens, Aimee Prid-


A's & B's: Kristin Abrams, Ve-
ronica Adkins, Benjamin Ash-
craft, Mary Beck, Michael Bouing-
ton, Buck Burkett, James Capps,
Shavonn Carr, Matthew Caswell,
Jennifer Craig, Amber Daniels,
Keria Driesbach, Quatina Fen-
nell, Timothy Givens, Julie Le-
vins, Princess Likely, Angle Marti-
nez, Susan Medina, David
Patrick, B.J. Presnell, Kevin
Price, Jacob Tankersley, Jessica
Tarpley, Tanya Vamrum, Kristy
Ward, Larche Ware, Jarrod West-
er, Leslie White, Kaci Wingate,
T..ravis Wright.
6th Grade: (All A's) Erica
Ailes, Alicia Christie, Brandon
Davis, Lacey Johnson, Josh
:McCulley, Brett Parker, Craig
Phillips,' Rocky Salzer, Clay
Smallwood, Lea Todd.
A's & B's: Brooks Adkison,
Shelia Boykins, Kylene Butler,
.Connie Combs, Randall Fall, La-
-keythia Filmore, Kimberly Hodg-
es, Brett Jeffcoat, Brad Knox, Ju-
lie Lanford, Mosi Quinn, Nicole
Royster. Ashley Stephens, Ryan
Stephens, Jessica Stump, Mi-
chael Taylor, Tina Taylor, Rachel
Watson, Brandon Williams.
E.S.E.: Jason Bronson, Tyson
'Davis, Torrez Givens, Bonjour
Hill, Willie Pelt. Jeremiah Riley,
Stanley W\infield.


High School
geon. *Joseph Whitfield.
9th Grade: "Judith Birming-
'ham, _Gary Bridges, *Charles
.Cole. 'Amanda Davis, Sherrie
'-Jones. Stacey King. Jenn~fer
Oaks, Dana Owens Carina Patter-
son. *Adam Taunton. Dana Walk-
er.
10th Grade: Tamara Ander-
son, *Kimberly Dietz, Lindsay
Dorman. Charles Field, Milton
Fisher, Crystal Gaskin, Wendy
Nelson. David PItts, Augustus
,Russ. Cameron Totman. Heather
\W'ebb.
11 th Grade: JoleneCarithers,
Cynthia 'Jordan. Casey Kelley,
*Lori Layton, *Misty Loftin, Ra-
chel Myers, Angela Nelson,
*Stacey Proctor.'
12th Grade: Tammy Davis,
*Mari 'Goodrich, Heather Good-
win. Jessica Hayes, *Jeremy Prid-
geon, *Heidi Pun, Amy Rich, Ca-
thy Tremain.


Highland View

Elementary

Principal Catherine Barfleld
'is proud to present the Highland
-View Elementary School third six
weeks honor toll:
(Asterisks denote all A's)
'3rd Grade: *Danielle Barnes,
*Christina Colson, *Stephen Gad-
dis. *Aaron Hamm, *Traci Rich-
ardson, Brad Blackmon, Ashley
Burkett, Michele Keith, Jeremy
Owens, Charles Parker, Vicki
Reed,..Jennifer Tillery, Erica Tu-
ten, Travis Burrows (all B's).
4th Grade: *Audra Williams,
*Andrew Tuten, Joe-Robinson.
5th Grade: *Seth Williams,
*Karissa Thomas, *Amber Davis,
*Stephanie Blackmon,, Adam
White, Jenny Patterson, Melissa
Haun, Becki Earley.
6th Grade: *Nicole Smith,
'*Matt Fleischmann, *John Gain-
Sus, Kevin Conoley, Josh
O'Claire, Ricky Lamberson,
Wayne Lindsey, Amanda Mar-
quardt.


Bay Eye & 1600 Jenks Ave.

Surgical Center Panama ity,FL
CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT


1-800-227-5704 I


I-

O. Lee Mullis, M.D.


Board Certified
SEye Physician
And Surgeon


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, JAN. 27, 1994 PAGE 3B

Project Grad HighSchool at 7:00 p.m.
X U l Committees will begin work
SM meeting Feb.f 7 in earnest in preparation for the
eti ng F b. 7 11 all. night celebration and every-
Project Graduation for Port one's input and attendance is
St. Joe High School seniors has critical to the success of the gala
resumed planning following the event.
holidays. All committee chairmen
are particularly urged to attend For All Your
the February 7th meeting to be Advertising Needs!
held in the library of Port St.' Joe




FREE HEARING TEST
Set For --- :

SENIOR CITIZENS


GULF COAST HEARING AID
CENTER of Panama City will be
offering to anyone 55 or older a
free hearing test. If you have
been exposed to loud factory
noise, if people seem to; mum-
ble or you ask people to repeat
what they have said, come see
us at:


JAMES W. DAME
Hearing Aid Specialist


ST. JOE MOTEL
501 Monument Ave.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1

9:00 A.M. 12:00 NOON
This is our regular monthly Service Center and we will service anyone's
hearing aid free of charge. We ,have the lowest battery prices in the area.
Come in and try our service!






THE TREAD MILL
I Stan Price and Tim Pope owners/operators '
S Open Monday Friday, 8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. and Saturday 8:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.


CHAIN SAW REPAIRS
Factory
Trained Any Make Any Model


BARFIELD'S

328 Reid Avenure Phone 229-2727


CT~rEN


Auto Repair

-Let Us--
*Align and Balance Your tires /
* Check Your Brakes
* Tune Up Your Car & Change Oil




Pathfinder II Computer.4 analysis recently
installed in our well-equipped shop!!


Call 229-6709 for Appointment
* State-Approved Air Brake Work
Conditioner Service *Tune-Ups
* Align and Balance All Lube and
Wheels of Your Car or Filter Change
Light Truck -


Come On Ov.er the New Bridge.
WE'RE HERE TO SERVE YOU!!


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1976 Ford 250 w/super cab re-
built, 390. engine, has under 5,000
miles, super towing pkg.. strong
truck, Holley carbs, $2,500 obo. 647-
3447. ltc 1/27

,1988 Dodge Grand Caravan, V-6,
auto., a/c, $5,500. 904-647-8316.,
2tc 1/27
1985 Chrysler town & country. 4
dr. luxury sedan. Low miles, good
rubber, everything works. Nice car,
$3.500. 647-3447. Itc 1/27
1986 Olds Royal Brougham. fully
. loaded, leather Interior, see to believe,
$3.500. Call a229-6135 after 6 p.m.'
SItc 1/27


S '93 Mustang LX. loaded, take
over payments. 229-6189.
2tp 1/20,

'91 Grand Prix. Sport Touring
Edition. steering wheel info center.
po3s' lumbar seats. ETR sound sys-
tem.- 26.000 miles. $12.500. 639-
2855. tfc 1/6
'85 Mercedes 350 SP. 99.000
miles. immaculate, $14.500. 639-
2855. tfc 1/6

1978 Dodge Trans Van mini mo-
tor home, see to appreciate. 227-1251
S -9 6:00; 227-1764 after 6:00.
. fe 1/6

. -' 1976 Itasca Winnebago. 23'.
S sleeps 6. V8. auto. pb. ps. $5.000.
227-1376. tfc 1/6
CASH NOW BUYING
Used Cars and Trucks. Local and
out-of-state vehicles. Two locations to
serve you. Mayhann Motor. Port SL
Jo4: 229-6584. Mayhann Used Cars.
S \ewahitchka. 639-5810.
'" tic 1/6





S Pontoon bass tracker. 18 ft. ex-
cellent condition. $5.500. 229-6585.
Itce 1/27

1981 Bass Tracker with 40 hp
Mercury. 16'. call 227-7380 after
4:00. 2tp 1/27


American Legion Bingo Thurs-
da;night. 7:00 p.m. Cash prizes. Ear-
I bird 5:00 p.m. Meetings 1st Mon-
day 6f each month. 8:00 p.m.
tfc 12/2
Childcare. I will keep kids in my
home, CPR training, fenced In back-
yard. age newborn to school age. Call
229-6733 anytime. Monday through
Fnday. Ltc 1/6


STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
SAll Type Elecfncal Work
24 Hr. Service
LIC. MEROOL316B INSURED
647-8081
ALAN STRICKLAND

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


STUTZMAN CONST. CO.
All Types Roofing
30 years ex-perience
. Lc.\ hRB0030039. RC 00)38936
Where Quali y Is Higlher
Than Pnce'
229-8631



Avon

CATHERINE L. COLLIER
Independent Sales Represen.tatie
211 Allen Memorial Way Port St. Joe
: (904) 229.-6460


S bood Work Doesn'i Cost. It Pays

ST. JOE / .'-
TREE AND
STUMP REMOVAL + .
Brush Chipping, Stump Gri.iding
; ...' & Logging
ItNSURED ."
Rt. 2 Bo\ 53 Charles Tipton
Port St. Joe, FL 647-3405


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


Bass boat, 16' Glass Stream with
trailer, 85 hp Suzuki, trolling motor,
depth finders, and more. $4,500. 639-
2268. 6tc 1/13
STEVE'S OUTBOARD SERVICE,
White City, after 4:00 p.m., 827-2902.
Sfc 1/6






2 bedroom. I bath partially fur-
nished. corner 4th SL & 5th Ave..
H.V. No Pets. $250 rent $175 depos-
it. 647-3264.2 tfc 1/27


For Rent/Sale: 2 bedroom' fur-
.nished trailer, low price. Call 648-
5306. tfec 1/27

14'x52' 2 bedroom. I bath trailer,
unfurnished on St. Joe Beach. No
pets. 647-5361. tfc 1/20
Four bedroom 2 bath beach -
house. I block from water. 648-5306.
tfc 1/6

Beacon Hill area. 2 bedroom. I
bath trailer. reasonable rent. call Mar-
vin Tillman. 904-574-7356.
Lfc 1/13

For Rent: Mobile home spaces.
Call 648-8211. tic 1/6

Large trailer lot. Mexico Beach.
$75 per month. 1-800-659-064 1.
tfc 1/6

Unfurnished 2 bedroom. I bath
trailer. I block from beach, back
deck. Water included. $300 rent.
$150 deposit. Now available. 647-
5327. taking applications.
tfe 1/13
PINE RIDGE APTS.. Rents start-
ing at $225.00 per mo. Affordable
Living for low to middle Income fami-
lies. Featuring 1, 2 & 3 bedroom
apts. with cen. h&a., energy saving
appliances, patios & outside storage.
Rental assistance programs available
AND HUD approved. (904) 227-7451.
Equal Housing. tfc 1/6
OFFICE SPACE. Call George
Duren at 229-6031 and leave mes-
sage. tfe 1/6


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Open Meeting: Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 8:00 p.m.
Thursday. 8:00 p.m.
AL-ANON
Sunday 4:00 p.m. &
Thurs.. 8:00 p.m.
All meetings at St. James
Episcopal Church. all times eastern

We Buy, Pawn, Sell or Trade
Guns

Indian Swamp Campground
Hwy. C-387, Howard Creek



Wauneta's Accounting
& Income Tax

Wauneta Brewer St. Joe Beach
647-5043



COSTIN INSURANCE AGENCY
Inc.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899



C. R. SMITH & SON
Bockhoe work. dozer work. rooT
roke frcnt-erna looder lot clearing
septic tanks, droin fields, fill airt
Rt 2 Box AIC, Por St Joe
Phone 229-6018



5x10 10xl0 10x20
On Site Rentals 6 Days A Week
ASK ABOUT FREE MONTH S RENT
St. Joe Rent-All
SFirstSt. 227-2112

.Mini-
Warehouses

.. il/6.



BOB'S PAINT &
BODY SHOP
29 Continuous Years of
Automotive Body Repair
Rebuild Wrecks Body
& Window Work
Expert Automotive Painting
FREE ESTIMATES on Your Body Work
See or Call BOB HEACOCK
Baltzell Ave. Phone 227-7229


UNFURNISHED
* Large 2 bdrm. house, stove & re-
frig., cen. h&a, screen porch, car-
port & laundry rm.
Large 2 bedroom apartment. stove
& refrig.. washer/dryer hook-up.
New extra Ig. 3 bdrm. house. I 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 1/6.

Warehouses. small and large.,
some with office, suitable for small
business, 229-6200. tfe 1/6
No need for wet carpets. Dry
clean them with HOST. Use rooms
right away. Rent machine. St. Joe
Furniture. 227-1251. thru 12/94

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 consL. handicapped
equipped apts.. available. Stove & re-
frig. furn.. fully carpeted. I 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 Irnforma-
tion.
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS
tfc 1/6





LOST: Reward for lost "Stormy"
female black cat. I 1/2 years old. Ski
Breeze RV Park. Hey. C-30. 227-
2136. Itc 1/27

MISSING: Long-haired Samoyed -
German shepherd, answers to Bear.
Missing since Wed. Jan. 19. In Mexico
Beach ara. 12 years of age and rope
was attached to him. Reward offered
for return. Call 227-1121 or after 5
p.m.. 648-5433. lIte 1/27


o Port St. Joe Lodge No. 11
. Reg. Stated Communication
S1st and 3rd Thursday of each
month, 8:00 p.mr.. Masonic Hall.
214 Reid Ave.
Jim Mannon. W.M.
Bill Jordon. Sec.

r CLAYTON CONCRETE I
Sidewalk Patios Driveways
CaU for Free Estimates
904/653-9243
Glen Clayton ,a


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


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.


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


A Gift Shop for
CHILDREN of all Ages
Books Toys etc.
My Very Own Book
528 6th St. Phone 227-1636


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

Major Appliance Repair David Kennedy
'Owner




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


Garage Sale: Saturday. nine a.m.
CST. Mexico Beach, turn off 98 onto'
386. first left. first right. Pine St. 648-
8782. Itc 1/27
Garage Sale: 3 families. 104 Mon-
ita Dr.. 9 a.m. until 12. Saturday.
Jan. 29th. Toddler. infant clothes.
cradle, toys. other clothes, honey bun
nursery set. Ite 1/27
Yard Sale: Saturday. 8-12. 505;
Madison St.. Oak Grove. Changing ta-
ble. girl's clothes. 12 months 24
months, boys 2T-3T. ladies' clothes.'
: household misc. 229-8120.
Itp 1/27

Large Yard Sale: indoor and out-
door. Saturday. 510 8th St. 7:00 a.m
2:00 p.m.







Gulf Pines Hospital is seeking
LPN's. Pay Is commensurate with ex-
perience. Hours 7 to 3 and/or 3-11.
Benefits package included. Please
contact Tessa Goffat 904-227-1121.
Itc 1/27

POSTAL JOBS. Start $10.79/hr.
For exam and application info. call
(219) 769-8301 ext. FL515. 9 am 9
pm, Sun.-Fri. 4tp 1/27
POSTAL JOBS. $12.26/hr. to
start, plus benefits. Postal carriers,
sorters, clerks, maintenance. For an
application and exam information.
call 1-219-736-4715, ext. P-2334, 9
am to 9 pm. 7 days. 3tp 1/27
The City of Mexico Beach is ac-
cepting applications for employment.
The current vacancy exists within the
municipal sanitation department. Ap-
plications will be accepted until 4:30
PM. CST, Jan. 28. 1994. Individuals
applying must be a high school grad-
uate. possess a valid Florida driver's
license, pass a drug screening evalua-
tion and have displayed a solid work
history.
The City of Mexico Beach is an
equal opportunity employer/drug free
workplace. 2tc 1/20


Please call With A Smile House-
keeping or clean, cut yard and
rake, small Jobs preferred. Chris &
Wanda evenings. 229-8230.
4te 1/13
I sell Watkins products. For in-
formation call 227-1635.
2tp 1/27

House Cleaning by Lola. Call
between 9 and 5. 229-6836.
Itc 1/27
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
,PAYSI Call 227-1278 to place
'yours. $3.50 for first insertion.
i$2.00 a week for consecutive runs,
'plus 5c per word for all over 20.

S & D DATA SERVICE
Complete Word Processing Services
Resumes Term Papers Letters *
Etc. Quick Turnaround
Fax Service *
227-3500 or
Fax 227-3538
tie 1/13

We Car, Buiia Ar. Trailer of our Choice
St. Joe Custom Trailers
te Mfa.ur.5:tur? c.ur Trailer' Rigl' t
Boat Trailers Farm Implement
and,,or Lo-Boy Trailers & Repair
Mobile phone 227-5234 227-3428
506 First St., Port St. Joe
owned & marnageo 0 R.a tN Smith



Remodeling
Repairs
New Construction


W Weather Tight
T Construction

C Licensed & Insured
,R,..3,0690
Kevin O'Neill, Owner 229-8635



BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN
CENTER
Small Engine Repair

Lawn Mowers
Weed Eaters '-"
i r Chain Saws \, \
*Generators


,Go-Karts

229-2727
328 Reid Ave
Port St. Joe


Screen Enclosures Wood Dec'ks
Carports Firelaces Skylights
Gutters Re-screening
Call 227-3628
Parker Home
Improvements
T.1P 1 20










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| St. Joe Rent-All, Inc. |

o Small Engine Repairs i
Factory Warranty Center


I Lawnmowers
SWeedeaters r-
.0 o Chain saws n
*'" Generators

-~-* Engine Sales |


S706 1st St.-St. Joe
I 227-2112 0
L-9 __-.J


B NRGHAN


Surfsidc Serenity Group, st
United Methodist Church, 22nd St..
Me'.co Beach. Monday 7:30; Friday
- 7:30. All times central. 647-8054.


VCR REPAIR CENTER
321 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe
USED VCR's, $85.00
Monday Friday 10-5
Camcorder Repairs
Free Estimates
Phone (904) 227-3660



S Franklin

Building

Supply
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


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

S.. LIC # RF0051042
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
ER0011618

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


FOSTER TREE &

LAWN SERVICE
NoJob Too Big...

... Or Too Small
: <' FREE ESTIMATES *
Uiensed & Insured p 904/639-5368
., ',..: ',., ', :* \L : '" ;' .-"' .," .. ,8 tp lt lr 1


T'..: Gulf County School Board Is
accepting applications for Custodial,
Workers. Three (3) positions are avail-
able for the Port St. Joe area. liiterest-
, ed persons should contact Carey E.
Floore. Coord.. Gulf County School
Board Oflnces. 502 Niles Road. Port
St. Joe. FL 32456. (904) 229-8369.
Application forms are available at the
above address.
Interested persons with applica-
Lions on file must specifically request
their application be included In the
candidate pool for these positions.
The successful applicant must be fin-
gerprinted in accordance with Florida
Statutes. Cost ($42.00) for finger-
printing must be paid by the success-
ful candidate. The application dead-
line is 12:00 Noon. E.T.. on January
28, 1994. Gulf County Schools is an
equal opportunity employer. 2t 1/20
Need someone to drive my son to
school in mornings. Mexico Beach
area. Live-in optional. Interested per-
sons call 648-8482 evenings or week-
ends. 2tc 1/20
Nursing assistant positions avail-
able. Training for certification provid-
ed. CNA positions also available. Ap-
ply in person. Bay St. Joseph Care
Center. tfc 1/6

Rapidly expanding hospital based Home
Health Agency is currently looking for car-
ing, competent RN.'S, LP.N.'s & H.H.A.'s to
serve in the Bay, Gull and Franklin County
areas. Come join us in a pleasant working
atmosphere with both competitive pay &
company benefits. Interested applicants
should contact Marquis Home Health at
(904) 229-6566 (or an appL 1.-






Black & Decker control feed 12"
string elec. trimmer. $25. Craftsman
18" hedge trimmer, $25. 648-5363.
AItp 1/27

Aluminum camper top for Iwb
pick up truck. Call 227-1712.
2tp 1/27

Sofa with hide-a-bed. (queen
size). phone 227-7394. Itp 1/27


BSR 15" subwoofer speaker. $75.
Lowrey Carnival 2 manual electric or- "
gan, $500 obo. Pecans. $1.25 pound.
150 pop guns. $2. each. buy them all,
for $ 1.00 each. 229-8910.
Itc 1/27
100 watt stereo w/am/fm. dou-
ble cassette and 2 large speakers.
$75. Also for sale. Commodore 128 &
64 complete computer system w/
games and nice computer desk. $150.
Call after 5 p.m.. 827-2916.
2tc 1/27
Color portraits by professional
photographer. Inside or outside your
home. Total cost. $25. 8x10 delivered.
Contact Rosemary. 647-5064.
2tc 1/20

Heavy duty equalizer hitch for
late model full-size chevy pick up.
easy to Install. $95. 648-4 164.
2te 1/20

Good working 25" color TV. man-
ual tuner. $85: 19" color $65: 13"
b&w $25. 647-3116. 4te 1/20

Oak firewood, $90 cord. $45 half
cord; bull dozer work $40 per hour.
Bill Avers. 674-4127. night 229-6666
day. 4tp 1/20
PSYCHIC READINGS 227-
7189. 2tp 1/20
12'x60" trailer at Howard Creek
Boat Landing. 8'x30' screened porch,
septic tank. outside fish cleaning
closed In. Call 205-393-3033.
4tp 1/13

"JUST SAY NO" to having brok-
en. junk. TV's. VCR's around the
house. Call 647-3116. Free pickup.
money for some. t'c 1/6
10" Delta table saw% less than 6
months old. $300. 229-8795.
tfc 12/16

Electrolux and all other xacu-
urns. repairs and sales, bags. any-
thing for any vacuum and any central
built-in vac's. Callaway Vacuum &
Sewing Machines. Tyndall Parkway.
near Hvvy. 22. Panama City. FL
32404. 763-7443 or 1-800-717-7253.
pd thru9/il/94


TRADES and SERVICES


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17 ft. self-contained travel trailer
with air cond., great for hunter. Call
648-8258. tfe 1/6
Craftsman tools and Die -Hard
batteries are available now at West-
ern Auto Store, 219 Reid Ave. 227-
1105. tfc 1/6
1984 14'x70' mobile home, 3
bdrm., 2 ba., cen. h&a, front porch
and 8'x25' back room, partially fur-
nished. 639-5101. tfc 1/6
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 1/6
Western Auto Special. Computer
spin balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105. tfec 1/6
Port St Joe Western Auto now
honoring Panama City Western Auto
Co., store advertised tire sale prices.
Computerized WHEEL ALIGNMENT.
S Sears Card now at Port St Joe West-
ern Auto. Discover TOOl 227-1105.
tic 1/6

FREE: Eight lesson Bible study.
Postage and envelope supplied.
Send request to Bible Study, P. 0.
Box 758, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
tfc 1/6




FREE kittens, part Persian part
Siamese. 227-1469 evenings, or 229-
6939. Iltp 1/27
Big ole male dog, 6 months old,
great with children. Needs home. Call
227-3611, 9-5, 227-2155 after 5.
Adorable 3 month old male Pe-
kingese. %et checked, shots, $250.
227-1467. Ltc 1/6
Start now to prevent fleas natu-
rally without pesticides. Ask BAR-
FIELDS LAWN & GARDEN about
HAPPY JACK TABLICKS. Chewable
nutritious. For dogs & cats.
8tc 1/6

HAPPY JACK TRIVERMICIDE:
Recognized safe & effective by U. S.
Center for Veterinary Medicine
against hook. round. & tapeworms in
dogs & cats. AMailable O-T-C at BAR-
FIELD'S LAWN & GARDEN. 229-
2727. 10tc 11/25
Dissatisfied with discount store
dry djiifoods? Ask BARFIELD LAWN
& GARDEN." -9-727- b-utL-FIAPPY-'
JACK PRO-BRBD-meat ration and HI-
ENERGY dog foods. Insure your dog's
wintry coat. IOc 1 1/25





WANTED: Dead or alive. Air con-
ditioners. refrigerators. freezers, ice
machines, washers. etc. Cash paid
and will pick up. Call 827-6239.
WANT TO SWAP: 5 acres land in
Bhy County for 5 acres in Gulf
County. Call 648-5074. ltc 1/27
Harley ,Davidson, any cond., any
year. Also pre-1980 baseball cards.
Call Scott, 648-8127. 2tp 1/20
Anyone interested in forming a
quilting group is urged to call Von at
229-8072. 3tp 1/13


3 bedroom home on 1 acre land
and catfish pond at Jones Home-
stead, $49,000.00. 227-1501 or 229-
8961. ltp 1/27
Country cottage on the Dead
Lakes. Waterfront lot, $1,500 and
take over payments. 674-4920.
4tp 1/27

1/2 acre lot with septic tank,
$7,500.00. Call 227-1501 or 229-
8961. Itp 1/27

Single family residential lot,
88'x139, paved streets, all utilities,
subd. across from dedicated beach,
Nautilus Dr., next to Gulf Aire. 639-
5686. 4tp 1/6
5 acres, w/wo 1991 Destiny mo-
bile home, 14'x52' ch/a, 240' well,
septic, 12'x18' workshop. Stonemill
Creek area, 639-5686. 4tp 1/6
3 bedroom, 1 bath house, with
carport. 443 Parker Ave., H.V.
$39,000. Call 227-7287. tfc 1/6
1.4 acres at Simmons Bayou,
partially cleared. Lots of old oak trees,
5 minutes from town, golf course and
beaches. Call 904-229-2708 after 5
p.m. tfc 1/6
Must sell: great condition 14'x
70' mobile home and lot located in
Wewa, Lands Landing area. Call 227-
1313. tfc 1/6
2 bedroom, 1 bath house on 1/2,
acre lot, 7 miles north of Overstreet
Call 648-8433. tic 1/6
1/2 acre lot with septic tank,
$9,500. Overstreet Road. Owner fi-
nancing, 227-2020, ask for Billy.'.
tfc 1/6

LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery
Road, 1 mile off Overstreet Road, 9
miles south of Wewa. Owner financ-
ing. Call 229-6961. tfc 1/6





STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION
St. Joseph Telephone & Tele-
graph Company is the recipient of
Federal financial assistance from the
Rural Electrification Administration.
an agency of the U. S. Department of

Agriculture, and is subject to the pro-
visions of Tide VI of the Civil Rights
Act of 1964. as amended. Section 504
of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. as
amended, the Age Discrimination Act
of 1975. as amended, and the rules
and regulations of the U. S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture which provide
that no person in the United States
on the basis of race. color, national
origin, age or hpandjcqap,._shal.Iee.(-.,
cluded from participation in. admis-
slon or access to. denied the benefit's
of, or be otherwise subjected to dis-
crimination under any of this organi-
zation's programs or activities.
The person responsible for coor-
dinating this organization's nondis-
crimination compliance efforts is. Al-
bert B. Cain, Administrative Services
Manager; Any individual, or specific
class of individuals, who feels that
this organization has subjected them
to discrimination may obtain further
information about the statutes and
regulations listed above from and/or
file d written complaint with this or-
ganization; or the Secretary,- U. S. De-
partment of Agriculture, Washington.
D.C. 20250; or the Administrator, Ru-
ral Electrification Administration.
Washington, D.C. 20250. Complaints
must be filed within 180 days after
the alleged discrimination. Confiden-
tiality will be maintained to the extent'
possible.
ltc 1/27


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


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INVITATION TO BID
i. f' Sealed proposals will be received in the lffi
.. of the City Clerk. 305 Fifth Street, Port EL J.e
Florida, until.'4:30 p.m., February14. 1 994..for.
the acquisition of welding equipment for the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida, as Qutlined in the specill-
cations pertaining thereto. .
Specifications .nd bid d.:cmrreIs mrr.,. be
Obtained from the Cir) Cleks 5 Office. 305 Fl'uth
Street. Port St. Joe, Florida 32456., eleph, ie InC804
229-8261, Monday through Friday, between 8:00


fantasyy Properties, Inc.
1200 U.S. Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800-458-7478
NEW LISTINGS: REALTOR


ST. JOE BEACH 233 Desoto Lovely 3 bedroom, 2
bath home located on a large double lot. Large
screened porch, brick fireplace and fenced yard. Close
to the beach. $70,000.


RENTALS

Two and three bedroom houses/townhouses,
nished, now available for long term rent.


unfur-


JOHN M. DELORME, Realtor

ELLEN F. ALLEMORE, Realtor
( )_______________


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSE
a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Bids will be publicly opened
and read at the City Commission meeting, Febru-
ary 15. 1994, at 8:00 p.m. in the City Commission
Chambers, City Hall. 305 Fifth Street, Port St. Joe,
'Florlda. The City reserves the right to accept or re-
, ect any or all bids, or to select the Bid felt to be in
the best interest of the City.
/s/ Jim Maloy.
City Auditor-Clerk
Publish January 27. 1994

INVITATION TO BID
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
* sloners. as'part of its 1992-93 State Housing In-


)AY, JAN. 27, 1994 PAGE 5B
centives Partnership (SHIP) Program will be ac-
cepting bids. for minor rehabilitation of ten (10)
housing units.
Job specifications and information of the
scope of work can be obtained by contacting David
L. Hines at (904) 627-2363.
All bids must be received no later than 4:00
p.m. local time on Friday. February 4, 1994, at the
Gulf County Building Department. Gulf County
Courthouse, 1000 5th Street, Port St. Joe, Florida
32456.
GULF COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY{
FAIR HOUSING JURISDICTION.
Publish Jan. 20 and 27. 1994


family home.


NEW LISTINGS:

St. Joe Beach, 6005 Hwy. 98 (end Desoto St.)


luxury waterfront single
$249,500.00.


Mexico Beach, beachside, 102 S. 39th St., 3 ,
br/ 1 1/2 ba., 1g. screened porch, furished,
good rental. $93,700.00.

Gulfaire Subd. 105 Cristin's Curve, 4 br.,/2
ba. $79,000.00.


Gulfaire


f/ 0'i t Oi BAY COUNTY
Inc.*


648-5716


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PULSIN O


HANNON REALTY, Inc.
221 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, FL
HOMES-LOTS-LAND
Buyers-Sellers-We Need Listings
Save Time-Get Results
(904) 227-1450
FRANK HANNON, Broker
State Certified Residential Appraiser #0001273
SALES ASSOCIATES
Frances Chason 229-8747 Rena Malear 229-8906
Doris Strickland 229-8988
PORT ST. JOE I
Cape Plantation: 3 bedroom, 2 ba. home. Large kitchen, Florida room & patio. Dbl.
car garage, all appliances, ceiling fans, drapes & blinds. Golf course across the
street & airport at back of property. Nice level lot 110'x250', $96,500.
1207 Palmh Blvd. 3 bedroom, 2 ba., partially furnished, cen. h/a. Outside storage,
carpet and deck- $70,000. Reduced.
121 Hunter Circle: 3 bedroom, 1 bath masonry, central h/a & outside storage, car-
pet and deck- $52,400.00
1616 Long Ave.: 2 story duplex, recently redecorated, good rental record. Owner
says make an offer.
510 8TH ST. -4PLEX, 1 bedroom furnished apartments, good rental record-$38,000
THE BEACHES
5866 Ga. Ave. St. Joe Beach 3 bedroom, 2 bath, dble wide MH w/fireplace, total
elec. stove, ref, dw. Assume loan. Very nice, should go quickly at $37,000.
3rd Ave., Beacon Hill: Two bedroom, 1 bath home, 3 blocks from the Beach, 1 1/2
lots, fenced in yard. Ideal Retirement home, will leave furnished for only
$45,000
HOWARD CREEK
Mobile Home Squirrel Ave.- 10'X50' with 10'X50' addition on back. 10X20 awning
on front, 3BR., 1 1/2 BA. Completely furnished, TV, dishes, linens etc. Cent. H/
A, 20X40 boatshed w/elect. lights- A steal at only $25,000.
2Br. 1 Ba. 815 sq, ft. with 759 sq. ft. screened porches. Built oh piers close to water.
Lot 300' front and 130' deep. Central H/ac is Rheem heat pump.
]Corner of 8th and Marvin 127.5x175'. Cleared and ready to build on $16,500.
Long Ave.r 2 nice high lots, 128'X172' cleared and ready to build on. $20,000.
White City-Beaty subdivision-6 lots 35-40 w/septic tank 90X180 .37 acre. $6,000.
Approx 6 acres on Hwy 71, four miles north of White City. Asking $4,000 per acre.
Gulf County Farm Tracts: 2 1/2 acres comer Bailey Rd. & Hwy. 71. Mobile home in
need of repairs located on property. $12,000 for all.
Overstreet: 13 acres near bridge and canal with many nice oaks and fronts on
paved street.
Mexico Beach, 43rd St: Make an cpEV90' nice canal lot w/city dock across
street-$33,000.
St. Joseph Shores: 3 acres w/231 ft. of Hwy. frontage-owner will listen to offers.
Cape San Blas: 270 ft prime Gulf frontage 600 ft. deep. Will sell all or part. Make a
offer,
Priced to Sell: 2 lots cleared and ready to build on. 177' frontage. $8,600 for both.
Chipola Cut Off- PRICED FOR QUICK SALE 3 lots ONLY $8,000.00.


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910
Fifth Street
229-8398
' George W. Duren
Owner/Manager


VARIETY FLAVORS


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2 LITERS


SPECIALS FOR JANUARY 26-31
FAMILY PAK
GROUND 39
HUK lb.


FAMILY PAK BONELESS
RIB EYE STEAKS


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T-BONE STEAKS lb.


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KRAFT 32 oz.
KATMAYO-
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Maxwell House 12

COFFEE.


DELTA BIG ROLL
PAPER
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$189


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GREEN GIANT- 15 OZ.
Red Beans...........


PINK BEAUTY 15.5 OZ.
Pink Salmon


420 Z
Ultra Gain .........
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DRINKS


WITH BEANS 15,5 OZ.
Armour Chili ... 7. 9
32 oz 8 0
Gatorade .


4/$


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PINE CONE EX. STANDARD 16 OZ.


Tomatoes................
Betty Crocker 5.25 oz.
Express Var. .......


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