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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: September 8, 1994
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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FIFTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NUMBER 2


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To Vote In



First Primary

Robinson Expects Light Vote
From 7,893 Registered Voters


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A picnic shed has been completed at the new park, which
is being built on the shores of St. Joseph Bay. Adjoining the


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Pavers.put the finishing touches on the parking space at
the newest City Park behind First Union Bank.


park 4re the City's pier and boat landing slip at the west end
of Fifth Street.


Park Work Started
Work has started on Port St. Joe's newest park. west of Balt-
zell Avenue and south of Fifth Street, financed jointly by a state:
park grant and matching city funds. Scheduled to be completed
during the month of October, workmen have already put down
the surface of a new tennis court and constructed a large picnic
shelter. Work has begun on paving the designated parking area
and other facilities on the property. Bill Kennedy of Preble-Rish
reported Tuesday night at the Commission meeting.
The city purchased the property in the fall of last year from
St. Joe Land and Development Company, after utilizing the
property as an unofficial park for many years. The city has also
purchased the property east of Baltzell Avenue, known as "the
park" from First Union Bank early this year.
Southeastern Mechanical Contracting, Inc., of Port St. Joe is
doing the construction work.



Wewahitchkli Electing

Two Comrnmissioners.
WO C m lS~llS


The City of Wewahitch-
ka is also voting today
[Thursday], electing City
Commissioners in Groups I
and II.
All voters in the City
election will cast their bal-
lots in the Community
Building polling center.
Voters in Gulf County Dis-
trict Two will be casting
their county/state ballot at
the Ambulance Building
and will also need. to go to
the Community Building to
vote in the City Election.
Candidates in Group I
have incumbent Earnest
Morris pitted against chal-
lengers Harold Armstrong
and Mark Yoder.
In Group II, incumbent


Supervisor of Elections Cora
Sue Robinson said she expected
between 63% to 68% of Gulf
County's registered voters to go to
the polls today [Thursday], in the
first primary election for Florida
and Gulf County. "'That doesn't
sound like a very good percent-
age," Robipson said, "but the
most we have ever had to vote in
a first primary election is 87%
and we led the state in the num-
ber of voters that time."
Gulf has 7,893 total voters
registered to cast their ballots for
the primary. That means Gulf will,
send approximately 5,131 voters
to the polls today. provided at
least 65% vote.
In a breakdown of registered
voters by party, Gulf has 7,011
Democrats, 818 Republicans and
64 "Other".
It is interesting to note
that the County will have its
first ever Republican first pri-
mary election today. -
On several occasions there
have been Republican candidates
running for election to local posi-
tions, but never has the County
had at least two Republicans run-
ningfor the same office.
This year, incumbent Repub-
lican County Commissioner Billy
Traylor is being opposed by Re-,
publican Jim Beatty, a Wewa-
hitchka restaurant operator.
CHANGE IN POLLING
In addition to the change in
the usual strictly Democratic bal-
lot, there will also be changes in
two traditional precinct voting lo-


cations. For many years, Precinct
10 in Port St. Joe has cast its bal-
lots in the: Scout Hut on 10th
Street. This polling place has
been changed to the Mosquito
Control building, farther east on
10th Street. Ironically, the Scout
Hut isn't located in Precinct 10,
but the Mosquito Control build-
ing, is.
Another polling location
change is in Wewahitchka. Those
from Precinct One, who formerly
voted in the Fire Station in Wewa-
hitchka will now vote in the Com-
munity Building..
JUDGES WILL BE ELECTED
Another unique feature of
this first primary election is that
judicial candidate for both, the
Gulf County Judge position and
the new 14th CIrcuit Judge seat
will both be decided in this first
primary election.
'The County Judge has Port
St. Joe attorneys Bob Moore and
Fred N. Witten vying for that posi-
tion.
The 14th Judicial Circuit has
Panama City attorneys Glenn
Hess and' Michael C. Overstreet
as candidates.
POLLING HOURS .
Polling will be all day today.
from 7:00 a.m., until 7:00 p.m.,
local time, statewide. :.

Polling Locations ar'e
Listed on Page 3A of
This Issue.


Olivia Landry has Ben Nun-
nery as her opponent.
Landry became Wewah-
hitchka's first female com-
missioner last year in a
special election to finish-
the term of Robert Nations,
who resigned before his
term in office had expired.
She is seeking her first full
term on the Commission.
The candidates in
Group I face the prospect
of a run-off if neither can-
didate gets a plurality of
the votes cast in this first
primary election,.
Voting in the city elec-
tion parallels the voting
hours in. the state election;
7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., to-
day.


City Brakes Variances


Compost Pile Experiment Can Eliminate Need for Incinerator Services


The City Commission has
* drawn the line on issuing vari-
ances for building on property in-
side the city limits, after Tuesday
night's meeting.
Their most recent variance
request, of a virtual stream of re-
quests over the past several
months, has been a request for a
lb foot variance' on a piece of
property which requires a build-
ing be built 15 feet from the side
boundary.
'That only leaves five feet on
the side of the building," Mayor
Frank Pate remarked. "I have
problems with that."
Bill Wood, an insurance
agent and member of the Com-
mission, said, "When the insu-
rance companies find out we're
handing out variances almost
wholesale, they are going to take
a look at our insurance rating
and are likely to raise it. The in-
surance ratings-as well as the
ascetics of a reasonable amount
cf space between buildings-is
the reason for our location re-
quirements in the first place.
We're creating a fire hazard," he
continued.
Commissioner Charles


Tharpe said the new subdivision
on Marvin Avenue has sparked
all the variance requests. "It's Just
hard to build a decent house on a
50 foot-lot and still meet the set-
back requirements. But, we've got
to put a stop to it. If one person
puts up a fence, you can't drive a
utility truck between the houses
as they are being built."
The Commission reached a
unanimously agreed-upon deci-
sion Tuesday night, not to award
any more variances except in ex-
treme emergencies. One of those
emergencies will not be because
there is not enough room on the
lot to build a particular house as
presently required. Either the
builder will be required to pur-
chase more property or change
house plans.
LEASE BUILDING
When Ward Ridge voted to be
included in the City Limits of the
City of Port St. Joe, the City fell
heir to ownership of the former
Ward Ridge City Hall. For most of
that time, the School Board has
had some of its administrative of-
fices located in the building, pay-
ing no rent, and some are still
there. This year, the Board has


made arrangements for their 'of-
fices to be consolidated in reno-
vated headquarters in the old Vo-
cational building, to the. rear of
the high school'.
The city reached an agree-
ment Tuesday night for a five
year lease to Marquis Home
Health service, for $1,501 per
month, with an option to buy the
building after the five year lease
is completed.
The City will now serve notice
,on the single school board office
still in the building to vacate the
building by October 15, so Mar-
quis can move their operation.
COMPOST IDEA WORKS!
Public works superintendent
Frank Healey presented the Com-
mission with a jar of compost,
Tuesday night, which his depart-
ment had generated from table
garbage and grass clippings.
Healey said the system has been
worked down to where it is finan-
cially feasible, reducing garbage
by 75% and creating a useful
product in the process.
The process will mean that
the city can dispose of its garbage
without the expensive process of
having to haul it to the Bay


County incinerator for disposal.
Healey was given the green
light by the Board to proceed with
developing a commercial compost
operation for the city's use. Heal-
ey estimated the operation would
cost about $75,000 to build a
large enough facility to handle
the city's garbage.
This will be used on conjunc-
tion with its recycling program to
handle all the city's refuse. Yard
trash goes to the County landfill
[except grass trimmings, which
will be incorporated into the com-
post operation]. Cardboard, glass,
plastic, and cans are separated
for recycling and now the com-
post operation will eliminate any
need 'to use the incinerator and
give Port St. Joe a complete recy-
cling program of all its waste.
Probably, it will be about the
first community or city in the
state of Florida to do so.
Healey said he will have his
plans more definite later this
month and make them known to
the general public.
"We really couldn't have done
it without the willingness of our
people to cooperate with our oper-
(See BRAKES-- Page 3)


Fireman Larry Edge takes a fire hose into the smoke-
filled house, as Fire Inspector Al Ray, watches.


Fire Damages Home
A fire, believed to be caused by electrical problems, complete-
ly destroyed the kitchen area of Deborah Gliem's home at 707
Long Avenue Friday at approximately 11:00 a.m.
The fire was confined to the kitchen area, which was in the
process of being remodeled. There was no one at home when the
fire broke out.
Firemen battled the stubborn blaze, which, originated be-
tween two layers of wall paneling. Fire Chief John Ford said
damage to the kitchen was "100%" with some water and heat
damage to the remainder of the house.


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PAGE TWO -*THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1994


After 56 Years

We're Still Here and Going

Strong In Spite of Hardships

THE STAR BEGINS A NEW year of publication with this
week's issue. That's 56 years completed and beginning on year
57. Over a half century of printing the news every week, and
never an issue missed, in spite of wars, hurricanes, rain, high
water, illness or death.
No matter what the circumstances, the. paper has gone out
on its appointed publication day, though, admittedly, it was a
chore to do so at times.
For 42 of those 56 years, the present editor has been at the
.helm doing the best he knew how to bring you the news and ex-
.press the position of the paper on the several important matters
which have called for comment or a definite position on our part.,
THIS WEEK DOESN'T mark the first year the newspaper
was officially a newspaper. That date is October 27, 1937, but
the, newspaper was printed as a sort of check-out-the-water-
with-a-free-publication type newspaper. So far as we know,
there are no longer any copies in existence of the newspaper
printed during the months of September and October until It re-
ceived its Second Class mailing permit in late October, 1937 and
started publication, officially.
The first issue contained eight tabloid pages [approximately
3/4 the size of the present newspaper] and remained with that
size sheet until our anniversary date in 1953. It has remained a
broadsheet size newspaper ever since.
THE FIRST ISSUE contained an editorial setting out The
Star's editorial policy .and it hasn't changed since the paper was
first founded. -
Our policy was, '"We can't please all our readers all the time
in our striving to take the correct position. We are a newspaper
which believes that newspapers, like people, are judged by who
our enemies are as well as by who our friends happen to be."
That first issue also stated, "It's a darned poor excuse for a
.newspaper that doesn't make somebody mad once in a while."
. From the comments we have received over the years, we -
think we have managed to keep from being a "darned poor ex-
cuse for a newspaper."



Future Investment

ARIZONA CHEMICAL'S PRESENTATION to Port St. Joe,
High School this past week was only the most recent in a host of'
gifts to our public schools designed to increase the quality of
learning Gulf County youth may receive at the hands of our
teachers. Arizona is to be congratulated for their public concern,
as well as the many others who have made monetary and "in
kind" contributions in the past and in the future.
We never cease to be amazed at how students of today, along
with the assistance of scientific developments over the years, are
capable of accessing knowledge we never dreamed existed 30,
40, or 50 years ago. Students today take this capability as mat-,
ter of fact and don't consider it a miracle.
Why?
Because, some other "Arizona Chemical" or other benefactor
f- the-scioolt program- In the past has contributed to flit'chal-
fehge action of the system to provide the money and the tools
for some student to stretch himself and develop those tools.
A DOLLAR SPENT ON learning is never a dollar wasted or
misused. .
Some student will learn just the right equation through the
tools being developed today, to provide the sustenance to a bet-
ter life maybe in our lifetime. all because somebody in-
vested in the future. '
G Giving money to athletics, stadiums, teams, playgrounds,
swimming pools, etc., is popular and all well and good. We con-
tribute to these things every year, because we know they are
necessary to build a well-rounded individual. But, to invest in a
mind is an investment in a better civilization.
IN THESE DAYS OF crime and violence, we need a boost to-
ward the moon. Thinking of journeys to the moon helps to take
the place of violent thoughts or inclinations, which we firmly be-
lieve are caused mostly by frustration.
But an individual, a race, or a nation striving to improve so-
ciety has no time in their daily schedule to steal something
which belongs to someone else, hurt someone for no apparent
reason, ot kill someone just because they want to see if they can
get away with it.
Do you think those boys 'in Monticello would have been out
late at night, hunting a British tourist to kill, if they had been in-
volved in learning something constructive?


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I'd known for eighteen years this
day was coming. It just got here a
lot quicker than I ever thought


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bunker Down with Kes by Kesley Colbert


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possible...
We were standing outside of
Room 116 in Pembtoke 'Hall on
the campus of Belmont Universi-
ty. I was asking myself for 'the
one-hundred-thousandth time
why in the world did he choose a
place five hundred miles from the
house? Of course, I already knew
the answer-he'd a'gone to Tim-
buktu Poly Tech if they'd afforded
him a chance to play baseball.


I remember sitting on the liv-
ing room floor rolling a tennis ball
back and forth across that old
green rug. He was about two
then-I'd bounce him a couple
and he'd work like the dickens to
catch one in the air. A few years
later we were out in the back
yard with that plastic ball and,
bat. Any limb' on an old 'camellia
bush served as second base. He'd
come sliding in and reaching
up--'ou missed me, Daddy, you
missed me!" And- he'd hop up,
oblivious to the dirt on his pants,
the rings under his neck or the


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.'TY IS COMINGTO FRONT


lE REPORTS
lG INCREASE IN
AnTA TrIPlRDTC


MEMOIRS OF A DOOMED
AND FORGOTTEN CITY


I rulL nLU LII lu i (Editor's Note: We are Indebted and rude boxes for coffins. Hal'-
.f'" --- to J. R. Hunter, clerk of the Gulf crazed men would rush tI', It, :ur
L JtA. OFFICE SHOULD SOON county circuit coirt fit i.:l ''" woods for saf-.i .11,
R' ECEIVE HIGHER RATING, 'Iiit article, o-opiil fro-,. '"I 'urstlng with n.ri.'
R SAYS POSTMASTER Saint Joe Times from 139 to 1841 able pain and eyes fdrc..a. tr..,r.
dc as the Bame appears on fil In the selves from their sockets. Under
An indication oft -... -' ,.I I .- .'.,..Ir.,I Library in Wash- some lofty pine they would check
an s d a d v -" "' "e "... i I r, : W while pract : ..i, ,.1 r flight hesitate, st g-
w ,. .,hewn in the Increase of the older residents of For iI'-: I the dark blood, the
'NEeot.l ,.-. the local postoffice .3o and Gulf county are ia.. ':. ,- :1 ,'I='.. ".,,I. come
tik .,iarier ending September familiar with these arti:i;. .-. .e n i .u.-i .. p.i- -arched
a'coraiurl to Postmaster H.A. feel sure that the' new : ,i,".:,-.. r.a- '. '. -In ,. ito,,
"I.1 will. read them with ints-iu .. Ir ..l of deadened blood and
r, DIake's report showed an did the editor.) .-' Co.. "hid death
re. s of $1,201.28 over the -" Or,- r' r''., '.. Ir' dro,, :i'li
am S.mried' last year, and his (The following a .is opposed to *i.: '.i' a Tna : [ at ,s ..i. ril.l
iacorda indicate a steady Increase be In the year 1851, and describes undisputed sway, and Lhe [.ls
il'ce 9S6. If this increase con- the awful p u.. of. yellow fever ed from door to door he l6-u,., no
Ir" pro[. .il-,.li 1 ., .r,,'i wiped .o.r i,. town and' blood-stained lintel as1 in i., d.in
tAre: It wilil e rst l.s -hil. -r,t:., was followed later by a ter- of yore. None were spared. Fam-
eore the offle will be elevated rilc hurricane.) lilies were broken up by flight,
-to 'a higher, gradi. Then uncontrollable fear seized only to be soon reunited In death.
Postal receipts for the lflrst upon all. Business ceased. Ships Ho quickly love, hatred, the pas-
S 'rt were $4,164.41, as slipped their anchors and stole slon for wealth, .for learning, were
t 4 -or the same. p- away In the night. The air was placed In one common receptacl
last: year. Receipts for the stagnant and filled with pestelens- How Inslgnificant was ll
1, 17 I'.:" t73 12: l .6 "i,' r? M' a .i-.ic hi safety son, bhumanty
d quarter l :r' Iii i,-, ik onil .: ire stricken fled. ULI
m .... I..it ......-.l.. d ....... ...l.. Soon sO at f ee di
di 1,1 i.'.10 t 0 1.01,, : ,t,3, a. t oe ',illSo" tl P
o te b ool, r of-ce..,si r .. -, .,: '--' agal i-i l nabi.
Mi Inor i .i d M s,\ *^^K s I""
\r..ies ar .' Iiati -oo at I. and the pure-blooded Afrl-
'A iOn ,bT .... .-:r. T.. r-r 1,1.. ,o of l. (Continued on page 7)' 1
1 1 1 it.. pd 1 p.lld t- t.n 'i i
f.- INhd tf.,. ,. a f,:.. I. ,EW ,OMES PROGRESSING | P id Ul I
aed lls I. ,.:on In TO, ." ,,; trIng ...... LION'S bLUB HOLDS
( d the (c0,lf,iIfr' .: -,,' t., A ',.i. L.pton n .1
"s )-L&l 1tard! .mid ra pd 5 T!,
.nt or t3e"01.., ..iO. l in .Il- t rmp,d i:,.-t, api.,. REGULAR MEETING
'i.liBin fO,.L ItJI t,,r T '-. ill h e at- DISCUSS THE ADVISABILITY
ulim i... ... lws and OF HOLDING DANCE TO
o.la or11 la r.ia I Ib lb 'Ill ad .rc iirn .i.Ong-...
ddf u ,. .l ..lsop. ,0, "..1 l,b a thuy ace '" "r "V.1 4 ;.
an ,lncatlos'*iD orad". O^i- limi 'j.' c m&
'Bossiler lr e.1- r r I Tbh. Fort 5.s;Jo.LSeonis:clus et.
imin l i i, i ."i' ""- sn, .J I Tn ., i .l-r 1. I...UIII' Ta .dda, ,l.rt at the Black Cat
'R,.1.f IJJ rl I.i P'.ri 31 l',:.. C in i, .ir regUlar r;'til-.
Is ,a n i. ,,'l i. e I,.i is N ,,J iod n-t 1 .1i ,. 5l J-',rl i.'b l 'I 0- h y I Irl,,the
.a. 1 c.: -m' Gr by abe grftideir,
h 1. a, [ 1, .r.. ...li.. .!HL.:,u|.- av,--, ...t lb. l.,11 I- i D s i ,, Bor, :.. .,,a0s. Twelve members
flakrcik f .,r l t, lll,'i I i.:*' -. n. miS l [l r,,i',-i-i ,i :, ,,I- l the table.
L.i'l.... -re read requesting
my Commission embers as possible
itv o l A ni Si .'[,ld' lr.,lr nights ofsimilar
C ity C om is"o II,, .-.ll)., at Apalachlcola and
". i1a memrc_ ___ lct_


S H- F -r ,-,.t member Indicated
Buys Equipm ent For a......I.. e .. toied tl
\ i a trip to attend the Havana ar:
Fire Protection litof
L UT D ir 'i- fair. .The Apalachlcola clcartyr '
';'. .Advisability of staging a dance
' at the Port Inn November 11. Ar-
-'*. ". o n tlstice Day, was discussed in or.
IPCHASE WLLE CUT DWN j., il... .".. f der Io rl g thel L Was c ll to he
INSURANCE 'RATEL S l, .. "1 "rw 1hi i i, ." ,,,r,,ii.',,.f the public and raise
F ENTLY TO P.' C' 'CR INVc-T I, .. ....i l..... I ....... r,- ,' rrstnlsas work. After
a ME.NT Duil.rtG F iT YE OAq., I I i. I1i- ,, ,,, I- I- I 'was decided that it
S' Li ru i, ... :,. he would not pay to hold a dance on
i a podal -called me-.,. .: that date, as miuny people would
city, cerisses V--I be out of town, and ift was. thought
VIa, alght the city dads sigh.: 1 ir. la -i-..:' ra that another date wo'd' be more
S;.'Ii- ,;..i '.i~ : 1, -. ".... ( 'r' Ir.,,, ,,-,, >p-. profitable." A committee; consist-
Wieb:s .' a .'. a] Lifori.iii = ,- :,,,." -ii.i r IJ', 'i 6-. in, n ,i Qf C. A. Lltlardy. chairman,
..0 rih'k ,., I ii. f,., I r .: i, ..,-,; I .-..'-i I,.. "o Ralph Swartz and M. P.' Toslln.
'hose ..' -, ., ..:. :f IL 1 ..: ,f., 1,'". son, was.appointed to g't in touch
fire uO'rcwrlters alor ft.lowi. ,>t. '""" ,. ,l ,.t witl an orchestra andi work out
of insurance. of a othlir dry cleaning concern. further details on the dance.
f"A fire siren Is also nece.say Mayor Sharit sald ,"f : ol'i [ The next meeting of the organ,
S,r ... Is havin one sent. lic ue b1 t00 it for ta si i Io nation wll be held net Tuesdayx .
.Bp-.'-.:.-aj. 10 cost $175. It wa's pres"lng club tei,.i" to that.Mr. members Is -be notlile of time
Iught that ..a,'a; .. : would Smith operates, and 1 d.'t1 think and place.
made to n-sm. -r ,r" :, s. on' ,. =':we .A l b ,t re -
I of the A. & N. depot where Ita oI. ... .' ....Ob ; in 'oder to The Woman's Club meets at the
t ld be. close to the telephone ee other bsins men out of rtInn the first and third Wed-.
ted from a button on thIe :, -,-ii,,.,,. ,,c.... 8) 'nesdaysa of ach month at-3 p. w.


SENATOR ANDREWSo Paper Mill .pated tecm s
TOINVITEPRESIDENT Dock Work Being Rushed
WORK STARTED QN,
FOR CELEBRATION HARBODREDGING
FEELS CONFIDENT BID WILL Will' Contain 27.Square Miles
1B ACCEPTED BV NATION'S Qf Water 30 Feet Deep;.
HIGHEST DIGNTARYV Town IsExpending Rapidly
Senator Charles Andrews, who Port St. Joe. lying by the Gulf
was a recent vIsItor in Port St. 'for many years sm a quiet, un-
Joe and, expressed his amane. obtrusive little village, Is rapidly
meant, at the :progress that has coming to the fore, and it expee-
beenf made here, states Ihd i n lalanor rs r rall-e.I &nd growth :
will personally extend an Inllla continues in the future as It has
tion to President Roosevelt to fn the past- few monthlgit will be
at-ilrd the 1931' cntennla cele- a city of from seven .to eight
branion to be held here In 19380 n thousand, sault andl will compete
h,,nri- of the 100th anniversary ofI fort reoOiltlo's with other cities
ib. auimins of, FlorIlda's constltu-iot Northwest Florida.
Il' on Plarce Wood, In charge of the
Loolr.-e at our labln.loked na0r IDuP,:.rt Il er-'si here, statesthat.
bor, which is de.p enourb, r.f ai., i'. S11$r,0r. [4per mill Is about
ship on the Gulf to dock and leave 580per cent complete, and that it
under Its ow.n power and large expectations are realiizedIlthe first
enough with suare miles 'paper will be ran the latter part
oo mmodate the f December. The mill will man.
l navy. Siean.oufatord wrapping,. paper, bag
tWr"ident that paper and other heavy duty kraft
would consider fa papers. Therc are about600 men
lach an Invitation. amplo.ed In ionst er.n w.irk at
b '' ie ill r.ld e.l payrdli of
BAND IS MAKING PROGRESS .aprrllr.i l A. S,."i' Is beInF
UNDER- DIRECTION FARMER dlistribuedll
...n-'-7 R s moi wlth'Iut L n OU f l.
The Port St.' Joe band, under madon. are belng irculted bal
the able direction of Dan, Farmer, with the completion olthvb Initial
has made much progress in th unit another u n w 1.11. be
few weeks that It has been or- started; that the compaY will
gained. Adelaide Hardy, Alice build a rayon mill and a chemical
Ruth Gibson and Daii,, Mbdiloi lnir hre but, as stated, confir-
co.-'., and Roy Gibhoa, %illnm mmatiln Is lacking.
H.rAi:k and Carlyle Matthtw| Work on the city's dock Is be-
clariclts beautifullyy rendered aIg r shed to be In readiness for
numbers. In chapel program and opening of the paper mill, and the
uSnday school, federal government' has a dredge
II ie illh r.i.:h Inltrest that vw In ofpe.oior. In the harbor deep.
..lCth ri .rcl.ret-ea :.f oar toan', nig0 I e chbnneil IP the docks
-4. kno. ih i" n.he,rla r fute- from,-lIt' preein 2i/ feel.. lto' 'u
.e.! tll hboe a b.r.d ir .it-tba- ra .. l.id a un5io m JUof
boast of. Let our motto be: entrance. This will tnt1-ei 6o
"Boost the Band," and give Mr. pendlture of $2000000. The depth
rI'aor trioe co-operation that he o wter at the'dock is already 30
bte deer as director, feet, created by the city and the
it!m---- exchange, as the siren will be op.
Atd-cr'riasg pays-try It! (Continued on page 8)

Martin and Davis to

Start Construct!on of

Theater Building
eats, anl all labor, as far as poes
WILL HAVE A SEATING CA. sIble, will be local and oatr'ltly
PACITY OF 1.024 AND BE LO. n [- o to ill Turner
S. manager, of the piresnt theater.
CATED ON THIRD AVENUE, ruling raterlla will also e e
OF MODERNISTIC DESIGN. 'purchased through local concerns..
-- 'Seating capacity of the theater
Good news to theinItergoer of will be 1,024 and all the latest
Port St. Joe and vicinity Is the conveniences for tile comfort and
announcement by Martin and Da- entertainment of pitrons will hb.
vis. owners *of the St. .l 'Tlh" incorporated in the building..
ter, that they will lieogln iilmedi- Thie play house will lie o f tile
lately construction work on nw latest modernistic design, wth-
theater building on Third Avenii-. a glass tile front, and all th'r lot-
The structure, which will i Ii( a-l. tlitlng effects. A stage for
by 120 feet. will be erected on road sl,.W5t anzi vaitlvllI!l wilt be
four .lots adjoining the Miles Tenll provided.
Cent store ants il l be of steel and ,-Martln and Doavis air to be, con-
brick construction, ,lralultl'd on their r'ur-nigbt andi
Construction work will he' ..-. fOlih I, thi future of l1it St. Joe
der the supervision of L. N. Me- and may rest assured lthl thbe
Rachean otf Tallahassee, architect citizens of the city will support
for the Martin and Davia siter- them to tihe, fillest extent.


sweaty hair stuck to his forehead,
yelling out. "Ghost man on sec-
ond," and sprint back to home
plate.
I went to bed every night
with '"Just one more pitch, Daddy,
just one more," ringing in my
ears.
ie had that red Florida Bank
jersey on hours before his first
real little league game. His mom
called me aside, "Don't you think
you, need to give him some ad-
vice?"
"Aw, Cathy, he don't ever lis-
ten to me."
"He needs you! Just give him
some good, sound fatherly base-
ball advice. You know he's going
to come in here and look up at
you like he always does and you'd
better be ready!".
Son of a gun, two minutes
later, here he comes. He stops
and gives me the Daddy-I'm-a-
little-bit-frightened-HELP-look.
"Uh-- Son-- uh-- keep your
shirt tail tucked in and run on
and off the field."
I shifted uneasily in the hall'.
Cathy was saying, "Now, Son, if
you need anything, you call-"
'Yes ma'am." Good old Josh,
he answered just like that was
the first time this weekend his
mother had reminded him about
the phone.
Of course, we, were not totally
unprepared for this- moment.
Friends who had sent sons and
daughters off for the first time
told us how "it would tear your
hearts out". Listen, it can't be
that bad. I'm semi-intelligent. I
understand how it works. It will
be tough-but we're not the first .
couple in the history of the
known world to send a young
man off to college. We can handle
this. I mean, it's not like he was
going off to war. He is eighteen-
it's his time. It can't tear your
heart out when you know you're
doing the right thing. All you
have to do is reason through it.
I saw his little -hand go
around his mother's back. Except
the hand wasn't so little and he
was bending down, not reaching
up to hug her. I knew Cathy
wouldn't cry in front of hhri. She
had steeled herself for this mio-
ment. ... -
I thought of those yellow
Osh-Kosh pants with the match-
ing blue and yello* shirt and an
Easter egg hunt of rears ago. I re-
membered him whispering in my
ear, "Daddy, I can't sleep," as he
crawled in bed with .me. That's
the same bed we used to "float"
down the Cascade River with Tom
and Bill and Joke and Grover
Cleveland Alexander.
And I thought of the great
talks sitting on the back of that
truck listening to the dogs run...
Cathy had reininded me
quietly as we came out of the res-
taurant back there to "give him
some good. advice...and be posi-
tive!"
He. looked past his mother as
his hand started up and out to-
wards mine. Good advice? I was
trying to, talk-but there wasn't
anything coming out. What was I
supposed to say? "Be good. Don't

(See KESLEY Page 3)


Hey, Mr. Mayor, How About Showing Us Your Scar(s) ?


covered from his bout with the AI thought he just started choking you could make. It even ought to asleep?"
covered from his bout with the ud, o r ol he wa Ine fo servic- worth $5sa 00 to get to touch itju" o curs, "e wat
surgeon's knife. Oh, he's not T I HL on the bill he was given for servic-' worth $5.00 to get to touch it"Of course, he was, you kno
S. o esnderedofcourse he was, you kno


LUliirning summersault U Ullorclhang-
ing tires over at his service sta-
tion and tire store, but then he
never changed tires before he had
the surgery.
The Mayor has quite a tale of
woe, pain, marvel, and wonder-
how-I-ever-made-it to tell. He's
willing to tell it, tool
I look for it to take at least
another month for him to spin his
yarn of surgical adventure to eve-
ryone who will listen.
Frank's adventure was exag-
gerated somewhat by the fact that "
he had never been in a hospital
before. He never had reason to.
When he was born, the midwife
helped his mother through the or-
deal of birth back in the back
bedroom, out in the country on
the farm, in that little south Ala-
bama town; or rather, about eight


miles out in the 'country behind
that little town in south Alabama.

HE'S HAD 26 YEARS experi-
ence being Mayor of the town, but
no experience at being a hospital
patient. The nurses at Bay Memo-
rial Hospital found that out, too.
I understand he asked for a
30,000 mile road hazard guaran-
tee on his hernia surgery and a
pledge that they would replace
his gall bladder just like it was if
he wasn't satisfied.
You probably'don't know the
hard bargaining side of Frank
Pate like those of us who witness


him in'operation [no pun intend- ,
ed] at the. City Commission meet-
ings. Contractors are lucky to
come out of any negotiations with
him with their shirt intact.
I saw a guy one time trying to
sell the City a service, actually of-
fer to pay extra to allow the job to
go to another firm. He just want-
red to leave while he still could
call his gold teeth his own!

FRANK FIRST HAD a hernia
operation by the out-patient
method. He wound up with,com-
plications from the anesthetic.
His lungs started filling up with


He staggered through that .
session with the surgeon's knife
and was forced to, go back to '
work a few days after the surgery.,-
Old Frank was, sort of getting to .
, where he liked those days off and
he held his side and complained
and sat around downtown in his
station, telling everyone about his
adventures in the Fun House for-
mally named Bay Medical Center.
Smiley Anchors asked one
day to see his scar. "If Lyndon
Johnson could show the world
via television his scar, you ought-
to be able to put yours on display
for a while. It'll prove you were
really in the hospital and not just
lolly-gagging around"
Leonard Belin, another regu-
lar Visitor at the station said,
"Frank, if I was you, I would
'charge admission to see that


S"THAT STIRRED FRANK'S
,interest so much, he decided to
go back to the hospital and get a
gall bladder operation so he
would have a real scar and make
some big money! .
With a gall bladder removal, I
understand where they cut you
from belly-button -to- arm-pit
Frank heard that one too and he
was all excited!
Not only,~would he get a self-
,respecting scar-he had only that
small band-aid scar from his out-
patient surgery to show-but he
could return to the wonderful
world of bed pans and hospital
gowns which won't quite close in
the back.
It will probably be many
moons before anyone comes by
his bed again at night, shakes his
shoulder at 2:00 in the morning


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Old Frank sleeps better when
people are clattering tin pans out-
side his bedroom door, clomping
' up and down the hall, singing,
laughing, shouting, moaning,
groaning, whistling and snoring.
After 45 years spent at the
service station, with its attendant
noises, he probably felt right at
home and slept like a log.

BUT, IT'S ALL OVER now.
Frank is back at home and
spending more and more time at
the service station. If you had
ambitions about seeing his scar,
you had better make an appoint-
ment. 'I understand there are at
least 50 ahead of you and you
Snow, he has only the one bench
at the service station on which to
sit while admiring his surgical
stitcheryl


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Use Fund This Year to Attend College

38 Graduates From Port St. Joe and 12 from Wewahitchka Receive Monies


Don't You Just Hate It..
...wheq'you wake up in the morning and there's no coffee in the-
can?
...when you're in a hurry and the idiot in front of you, Is doing
the speed limit?
....when you offer someone the last 'piece of pie that you want
and they take it? .. .
...when friends or relatives say they're coming to "spend a few
days" and wind up staying a week or two?
...when you're trying to carry on a conversation with a "know-It-'
all'- who won't let you get a word in edgewise?
...when you think you have some money left over at the end of
the month, then you get .an "overdrawn'" notice from the bank?
...when you .think you've got an account "paid off' only to get a
notice that your wife has gone to town and charged something else.
which cost more than you owed to start with? Doesn't that just gall.
your dog?
...when you plan a weekend at an expensive seaside place and
it rains both days? .
..you: wake up in the morning just hating, to go to work and.
find out it's really a weekend and you don't have to go n? (Just kid- .
dingi)
...when you're just about through milking and the cow kicks
the. bucket? .
...when you sell something for a certain price, and someone,
comes along and offers you a substantial amount more for It. It's
called, "leaving money on the table."
...you-take your car in for an oil change and lube and before
they are, through it winds up costing you $1 50. plus tax.
.'..when you catch your girlfriend with your best friend. (If you.
think- that's bad, some men- have caught their wives out with some-
one they don't even know)
...when that time of the month comes around? Don't you just
hate to pay bills?. .
...when you have a boss that Is a ------well, whatever you want
Sto call him or her?
...when you have a bad dream and wake up and it was so rea-
.listic that you can't go back to sleep?
...when you pay someone a compliment and they take itas an
Insult? How do you explain that?
...when there's a rumor going around about you and you can't
find out who started it? .. '


Kesley
From Page 2
mess with any wild women or cra-
zy guys. Don't get an earring. Eat
your spinach. Study." This was
tougher than I thought...
The story of the lady who vis-
ited theM.Tower of'London came to
mind.-She observed thb smbll rec'
| tangle of lawn where the grass
has the color and texture of dark
green 'velvet. The lady was Im-
pressed and apked the Beefeater
guard what she could do to her
lawn back home to make it look
like that.- "Madam.," said the
guard, "first of all, you must be-
gin four hundred years ago." .
It was a little late for advice.
As our hands and eyes met he
gave me the Daddy-I'm-a-llttle-
bit-frightened-HELP-look.
"Uh- Son-- uh-- keep your
shirt tail tucked in an--"
"I know, Dad, and run on and
offthe feld."
Just for the split, second,
through his forced grin, I saw
that bottom lip quiver. ,
Folks, I couldn't hell him..-
Cathy and I made a beeline for
the parking lot. We didn't look at
each other. We drove for three
hundred miles without a word.
Some lines from an old. Hank Wil-
liams song kept flltering through
my mind, "Now, the Lord didn't
give you that baby by no hundred
thousand miles-He just thought
you needed some sunshine and
He lent it for a whtle-And He -let
you love and keep it till your
hearts .were bigger grown-And
these silver tears you're shedding:'
now is just Interest on the loan."


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State Farm is there.


I thought I should check on
'Cathy. "Hon, you want to stop,
get something to eat, rest .for a
while?"
"No."
We drove another two hun-
dred miles in silence as the night
rose out of the pavement to sur-
round us...it's hard to talk when
your heart is lying on the floor of
a small, narrow, dimly lit dormi-
tory hall-five hundred miles to the
north... -
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From Page 1
ation by separating their trash
and garbage," Healey said.
Trash and garbage disposal
has become a major item in the
expense column of every city in
the nation. Port SL Joe is no ex-
ception.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other Items of business,
the Commission:
-Presented a list of locations
throughout the city which need
cleaning up .and prepared legal
notices to be sent to the owners
of the properties.
-Set a meeting of the Tripar-
tite Committee [the City. St. Joe
Forest Products and Arizona
Chemical] to discuss plans for a
meeting with EPA pertaining to;
its NPDES operating permiL
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The Gulf County Scholarship
Committee Program continues to
be successful in providing Gulf
County public high school stu-
dents incentives to pursue a post-
secondary: educationo: The Gulf
County Scholarship Committee.
reports that 38 graduates of the
Port St. Joe High School class of
'94 and 12 graduates of Wewa-
hitchka High share scholarship


monies totaling $23,559.75.
This scholarship program is
available to all students in the
Gulf County public school sys-
tem. The students may begin
earning points in the seventh
grade that can be converted into
scholarship dollars upon gradua-
tion. Their points are earned by
attendance, academic achieve-
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such as ACT and SAT, and paren-
tal participation in workshops
sponsored by the schools.
The total points, earned are
factored by the type and/or level
of school or college to which. the
student matriculates. The follow-
ing schedule is used in multiply-
ing points:
VoTech School..... multiplier is 1
2 Year College...... multiplier is 2
4 Year Public....... multiplier is 7
4 Year Private...... multiplier is 20
The following Port St. Joe
High School graduates recently
received scholarship monies: Ste-
phen Alles. Shannan Andtey. Me-
lissa Anderson. Brant Bizek.
Sherry Bolden. Bryan Butts. Jen-
nifer Clark, Joshua Colbert. Kristi
Davis, Megan Dean. Lee Duren,
Elisa Eyslee. Sherry. Fennell,
Shelley Fettinger, David Goodsoh,
Timothy Hatcher, Zyris Hill, Eliz-
abeth Kosin, Brad Lemieux. Caro-
line Lister, Christie Maestri. Dana


Maige; Kendra McDaniel, Eric
Monteiro, Stephanie Norris, Erin
Oliver,. Jamie Parrish, Joni Peak,
Traci Peiffer, Eric Ramsey, Victor
Sellers, Andy Smith, Chris Sum-
mers, Adam Taylor. Heather
Walsh, Kandi Wood, and Nichole
Wilder.,
The Wewahitchka High recip-
ients are: Noberto'Chan, Shebre-
tia Daniels. Tammy Dais, Jenni-
fer DeMllle. Marl Goodrich.
Jessica Hayes. Jeffrey Holmes.
Michael Morgan. Jeremv Prid-
geon, Daniel Taunton. Cathy Tre-
main, and Beau Whitfleld.
This endeavor is financially
supported by the Jessie Ball du-
Pont Religious. Charitable, and
Educational Fund. as well as in-
dividuals and businesses ir. this
county. With continued support,
the Gulf County Scholarship Pro-
gram will provide Gulf County
students" the opportunity for
higher education for many years
to come.


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12- 8
12-9
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Seniors' Center Construction

Gets Under Way; 6,500 sq. ft.
: Jerry Stokoe, director of the
Senior Citizens organization In ..
Gulf County, spoke to the Kiwa-
nis Club Tuesday at their regular
meeting. ,,s lu
Stokoe told the club that con-
struction has started on their e
new Senior CitUzens Center build-
ing, next to the Gulf County Pub-
,ic Library- on the Courthouse
property. Stokoe said the center
building will contain 6.500
square feet of space and feature- B IG I
facilities for "Grandma or Grand-
pa-sitting" for those who wish to
leave aged parents or grandpar-
,,ents-fora day.
In addition: the center will
contain a 2,000 square foot com-
munlty center, which wV l seat 4
200 people, fully air conditioned,
Sfor use by the general public for
special functions. ..
Outside will be a landscaped
patio and garden area for picnics.
relaxing, enjoying the outdoors.
'W. e want to have a complete cen-
ter for elderly citizens to come en-
Joy, engage In recreational activi-
-ties and visit with one another.
We will also have facilities to
serve noon meals at the center."
the speaker said.
Stokoe said that 25% 'of Gulf
County citizens are elderly and by
the turn of the century approxi-
mately 35% are projected to be
elderly and need some sort, of
care, whether it is just "a place to
go" or some sort of health care.
Stokoe said the Senior Citi- r
zens' are building their center for
a cash, outlay of approximately
$180.000. [which they don't fully
have at the present time] which
will be valued at some $300.000.
"We're still raising funds and
open to any donations," Stokoe
Said In closing. 1


BOB MOORE

The Same Yesterday, Today
and Tomorrow


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VOTING PRECINCTS
FOR THE SEPTEMBER 8 PRIMARY

PRECINCT PLACE
1 Community Building Wewahbtchka (used to be Fire
station) ,
2 Ambulance Building Wewahitchka
'3 Peter ,Store Dalkeith
4 Fire Station Overstreet,
5 Fire Station Highland View,
' 6 Fire Station White City
7 Fire Station St. Joe Beach
8 Fire Station Port St. Joe
9 Stac House Port St. Joe
10 Mosquito Control Building, east end of 10th St.,
(used to be Scout Hut
11 Centennial Building Port St. Joe
12 Centennial Building Port St. Joe
14 Fire Station Cape San Blas
15 Fire Station Howard Creek
Absentee Ballots are ready If you will be out of town.
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Jennifer Clark and Huey Hardy, Jr., Exchange Vows


Huey H. Hardy, Jr. and Jen-
nifer A. Clark were united in mar-
riage on Friday. August 5, at 7:00
p.m., in the Highland View Bap-
tist Church. The Reverend Ho-
ward Browning officiated the dou-


Cheyanne Kathleen Haney
Look Who's Two!
Cheyanne Kathleen Haney
celebrated her second birthday
birthday with a family barbeque.
Born on September 2nd, her par-
ty will be held .one day this week.
Cheyanne is the daughter of
Kathy and Jeff Haney of Highland,
View. Local grandparents are Pat
and Earl Haney.'


ble ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Reverend and Mrs. Jimmy R.
Clark of Port St. Joe and the
granddaughter of Frances West of
Panama City and Jewel Clark of
Geneva, Alabama.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Houston Hardy, Sr. of
White City.
Presented in marriage by her
father; the bride wore a white sat-
in gown, with a heavily beaded
and sequined bodice. The chapel-
length train had lace insets and
the hemline was. escallope.d with
the same pattern as the bodice.
Kristi Hawkins, maid of hon-
or, and Terri Arthur, bridesmaid,
wore identical royal blue, tea-
length, full skirt dresses. Flower
girl, Kaylee Clark, niece of the
bride, from Samson, Alabama,
wore a floor-length white eyelet
dress with an escalloped hemline
of eyelet.
Houston Hardy, father of the
groom, served as best man. Rus-
sell Funderburk served as groom-


Dance Fri.

In Wewa
The Wewa Dance & Social
Club will be holding their month-
ly dance on Friday, September
9th, from 7:30 to 11 p.m.
"Rhythm Plus Two" will be
providing the music.
There is a, $4 donation at the
door, with no smoking or drink-
ing allowed in the building.
For more information call
"Robert Dansby at 639-3303.


sman and usher. Brian Clark,
brother of the bride, from Sam-
son, Alabama, served as usher.
All wore black formal tuxedos
with royal blue cummerbund,
with boutonnieres of miniature
blue roses with a touch of baby's
breath.
Mary Lou Cumbie, soloist,


sang "The Rose" as guests and
mothers were seated. During the
nuptials, she sang 'The Wedding
Prayer" as the couple knelt on the
.wedding bench and "Only God
Could Love You More" while .the
couple lighted the unity candle.
The couple now reside in
White City.


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Doll Show and Sale, to be held
Saturday, September 24.
The theme this :year is
"Christmas in September" and
the event %will be held at the Boy's
Club of Bay County,. 3404 W.
19th Street, Panama City.
Admission is $2 for adults.
$1 for children, and the show will
be open from 9:30 a.m. until 5 ,
p.m. A snack b6o6oth willbe-availa- "
ble. as well as displays and ven-
dor booths with every kind of doll
Imaginable. There will also be rat-
fles and drawings for door prizes.
For more Information call
Cheryl Stanley at (904) 874-2505,
or Mattle Miller at (904) 230-
1130. Proceeds of show to be do-

Garage Sale For
Cheerleaders
The PSJHS Varsity Cheer-
leaders are sponsoring a garage
sale Saturday. September 10. 8
a.m. through 12:30 p.m. at 2010
Monument Ave.
Proceeds from this project
will be used to purchase new uni-
forms. Everyone is urged to come
out and support Shark cheerlead-
ers.


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Jenny Elizabeth Miles was
born on July 27 at 7:52 a.m. at
Gulf Coast Hospital in Panama
City. She weighed 8 lbs., 9 oz.,
and was 20 inches long.
Family members include her
parents, Chester and Warida
.Miles of Overstreet; her maternal'
grandparents, Shirley and An-
drew Blackman of Blountstown.
and Fred and Ann Brown of Co-
lumbia. MS. Her paternal grand-
parents are Jeanette ,and Homer
'Hall of Pdrt St. Joe, and the late
Chester Miles.


Great-grandparents are Fan-
nie Mae Sapp and Marry Rollins
SofBlountstown.


V.F.W. Meeting
The members of the John C.
Gainous Post 10069 VFW and the
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Hospice Room
, On September 14th at 2 p.m..
a dedication ceremony will be
held at Gulf Pines Hospital. Cur-
rent hospital renoyations have In-
chidled a. special room* whlch has
beeh customized for the needs of
the: terminally Ill.
'Local officials and area physi-
cians are invited to attend and
share in this event.
: Donnations of furnishings
aid room decor have been provid-
ed by St Joe Furniture, Gulf
Pines Hospital,, and. the Gulf
Pines Women's Auxiliary.
SThe Hospice room will be ded-
icated to the memory of Margaret
Lois Blount.
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Senior-Cise Exercise Program Set


The Senior-Cise exercise pro-
gram will resume on September
12th in the gym of Long Avenue
Baptist Church. This program is.
designed, to stretch the tendons,
lubricate the joints, and increase


circulation. It also has the won-
derful fringe benefit of fun and
fellowship .
The class will meet on Mon-
-day and Thursday mornings from
9:30 to 10:15.


BOB MOORE

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Wetona Williams, bride-elect of Paul Beasley, was feted at a calling bridal shower at St. James'-
Episcopal Church in Port St. Joe on Tuesday, August 30th. The wedding ceremony is scheduled to
take place on September 17th at White City Baptist Church. Pictured left to right are Wanda Farmer,
mother of the groom-elect; Wetona Williams, the honoree; and Mae Phillips, mother of the bride-elect.


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Carlynn Leigh Crosby
Carlynn Is One!
Carlynn Leigh Crosby, the
daughter of Todd and Marcy
Crosby of St. Petersburg, cele-
brated her first birthday with a
party, while visiting her grand-
daddy, Bob Moore, on Sunday,
September 4. Carlynn will be one
today. Thursday. September 8th.
There were many friends and
S relatives helping Carlynn cele-
brate, including her parents: her
granddaddy. Bob Moore; great-
grandparents Neal and Margie
Varnes of Lake Butler; great un-
cle and aunt Jim and Jane
Crooms of Orlando; uncles and
aunts Rich and Martha Goodwill,
Marnie Moore, Michael, Moore,
arid Matthew Moore: and cousin
Luke Goodwill of St. Petersburg.
She is also the granddaugh-
ter of Ed and Donne Crosby of
Seattle. Washington, and Monie
Moore of St. Petersburg.


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Voters statewide will be cast-
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the first primary election. Locally
voters will vote on state, local and
'non-partisan candidates. Several
polling places have been moved
this here. Voters in precinct 10
who formerly voted at the Scout
Hut will now vote at the Mosquito
Control Building (shown above)
on 10th St.


Rifle Club
The Gulf Rifle Club held their
monthly PPC match on Saturday,
September 3rd. John Whitfield
was the match winner and high
law .enforcement competitor. Carl
Chandler was the high civilian
shooter once again. Carl has won
the civilian division in all five PPC
matches the club has held. The
next match will be held on the
first Saturday in October, starting
at 8:30 a.m.
The Gulf Rifle Club will be
shooting trap every Monday and
Thursday evening until further
notice, starting at 5:00 p.m. All
shotgun shooters are Invited to
shoot a few rounds. Dove season
will be starting soon, and a little
practice will help you fill your
dove bag.
There will also be a smallbore
pistol metallic silhouette match
on Saturday, September 17th.
Registration starts at 8:30 and
shooting starts at 9. This match
is a lot of fun to shoot, and all
pistol plinkers are invited to at-
tend.


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I Port St. Joe Middle School News g Te
^/// Thoughts On B an ning The Nets


With the ,beginning of the
1994-95 school year on August
11, Port St. Joe Middle School of-
ficially opened its doors as an au-
tonomous middle school. During
the summer major renovations
were made to separate the middle
school from the'high school to the
greatest extent possible. Walls
were built separating C-pod and
part of B-pod from the high
school. Areas of shared access,
the media center, the common
area and gymnasium were sched-
uled to accommodate the middle
school as an entity.
FACULTY ROSTER
Faculty members and their
area of responsibility are: Martin
SAdkison 7th mathematics; Lin-
da Bancroft 7-8 wheel; Mitchell
< Bouington 7-8 band, wheel;
Gregg Burch 7th art wheel; Ca-
thy Moss 8th mathematics; Ann
Comforter 8th music wheel;
Margaret Ellmer ESE; Vernon
Eppinette 7th civics/Florida his-
tory; Gloria Gant 8th language
arts; Scott Gowan 8th science;
.Ruby Knox 7th language arts;'
,Rebecca Lacour P.E.; Cindi Mix-
on ESE; Clarence Monette me-
-dia specialist; Fred Priest athlet-
ic director; Wayne Stevens P.E.;
'Joe Walker 7th science; Carl
White 8th wheel; Judy Williams
- 8th U.S. history; Carolyn Rish -'
guidance; Sharon Boykins in-


Audie Lynn
Autdie Lynn, 89, of Highland
'View,. passed away Saturday in
the Veterans Administration hos-
pital in Biloxi, MS, following an
Extended illness.
He was a native of Panama
City and served in ..the United
States Army, the Army Air Corps,'
the Coast Guard, and the 'Navy
during WWII. He served in the
Merchant Marines for 46 years,
retiring in 1970. He had been a,
resident here since then, and was
a member of the Church of the
Nazarene in Port St. Joe.
Survivors include his wife,
Minnie Lynn of Highland View;,
his children, Minnie Lynn of Port
St. Joe, Beverly Lord of Hyde
Park, NY. Howard Lynn of Stan-
ford, NY. Tim Stewart of Port St.
Joe, and Alonzo (Louie) Stewart of
Valley, AL; one sister, Christine
Hawkins; one brother, Cecil
Lynn. both of Panama City; and
many nieces and nephews.
The funeral service was held
at 2:00 p.m. EDT Tuesday at the
Comforter Funeral Home Chapel.
Interment followed in Holly Hill
Cemetery.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter Funer-
al Home.

Alan G. Hatcher
Alan Gaylor Hatcher, 15, of
White City, died Friday in Mexico
Beach. Alan was born In Blount-
stown and was a student at Port
St. Joe High School. He was a
member of the Church of Jesus


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school suspension: Wanda Nixon
- administrative secretary; Chris.
Brumbaugh, S.R.O.; Janet Bell-
veau attendance clerk; Marlene
Sewell S.F.S. cashier; Debi Tay-
lor ESE vocational Aide; Betty
Bouington athletic bookkeeping;
and Chris Earley principal.
There are five areas still un-
der construction: middle school
bus and student loading zone;
covered walkway from the, bus
loading zone; middle school en-
trance; doors separating the mid-
dle/high' school; and continued
renovation of the existing school
plant.
The middle school philosophy
encourages both curricular and
extra curricular participation.
Some of the planned activities fol-
low: interscholastic athletic
events; intramural athletic
events; formation of a Beta club;
election of a student government
and officers; and the establish-
ment of student clubs and a float-
ing club period every Wednesday.
As soon as the actual middle
school renovation has been com-
pleted an Open House/
Community Forum is planned.
The actual date and time will be
announced later.
The address and phone num-
ber is: Port St. Joe Middle School,
2511 Long Ave., Port St. Joe, FL,
227-3211 or 227-3654.


Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Survivors include his par-
ents,, Larry and Tressie (Susie)
Hatcher of White City; four broth-
ers, Larry G. Hatcher, Jr., Timo-.
thy W. Hatcher. Steven L. Hatch-
er, and- Mark Hatcher, all of
White City; one sister, Melissa
Sue Hatcher of White City; grand-
parents. Luther and Inez Hatcher
of Blountstown and Tressle Clark
of Bristol. He was preceded in
death by his grandfather, Hay-
ward Henderson.
Funeral services were held at
11:00, a.m. Sunday in the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints in Bristol. Interment fol-
lowed In Pleasant Hill Cemetery
in Bristol.
Adams Funeral Home of Bris-
tol was entrusted with the ar-
rangements.


Dear Editor:
Some thoughts on the pro-
posed constitutional amendment
to ban nets. I am of the third gen-
eration of our family; and my for-
ty-year-old son is of the fourth
generation; to make a living from
the waters of Florida. For over
100 years my family has fed mil-
lions of Americans, with the same
tools that I use today. There were
good years and bad years, as
many things in nature are cycli-
cal. Then came the dredges.
Now, there are sea-walled ca-
nals and houses where there"
were once pine trees and deer. Of
course, there are thousands of
acres. of mangroves and grass
beds lost forever,, to say nothing
of the clams, scallops, oysters
and countless other creatures. A
young friend recently told me of
the day his family stood next to
the bay in Venice, and watched
the dredge come. A young, im-
pressionable lad, he watched his
big, strapping dad break down,
and cry like a baby as the ma-
chine relentlessly spewed millions,
of shreds of clams on the spoil
pile. This particular bed had fed
and clothed his family for several
years, and he' knew it was gone
forever. He learned to fish a gill
net, and joined the rest of us.
Now, Just a few short years
later, this same man and his son,.
now a strapping man with four
children of his own, stand on the
bank again, joined by thousands
more. Again, we face another
mindless, uncaring machine just
as relentless as the dredge. This,
time it is a rumor mill, spreading.
lies and hatred, devouring, people
and their lives, with no more logic
or purpose than the dredge. We
are people human beings, the
same as everyone else in this
state. We are the first true envi-'
ronmentalists, because we de-
pend on this ecosystem to feed.p
and clothe our families.
If you will talk to biologists
who have studied'this issue, you
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will find they don't support the
net ban and feel it will serve no
purpose other than to destroy an
entire culture of people.
If you will allow netters and
an industry that supports 40,000,
to 50,000 Jobs to be ground into


oblivion today, will it be you to-
morrowi? When will the machine
come for you and your life? Who
will defend you from the lies?
Sincerely,
Buck Cole
Placida, FL


No... To Casino Gambling


Dear Editor:
While I was talking to my
daughter In Mississippi, we had a
conversation about the casinos
being put on the ballot in Novem-
ber for Florida voters, and these
are some of the facts that she
gave me about what is happening
there in MS since the casinos
have been voted in that state.
My daughter and her family
have taken a stand against the
casinos. because they know what
gambling can do to a family. For
example, there was to be an out-
ing for the employees and their
children -where my daughter
works. She was approached by a
co-worker who asked if she would
put a deck of cards or a sun visor
with the Logo of the casinos in a
goody bag for. children. My
daughter said definitely NO be-,
cause that would be encouraging
gambling to the children. Parents
even go so far as to take their
children to the casino's amuse-,
ment areas, while they gamble
their week's wages. Is this 'the ex-
ample we are able to set for our
future citizens of America?
The owners of the Casinos
had promised to use the local citi-
zens for the jobs they furnished.
They are now laying off the local
employees and hiring the experi- %
enced employees from Las Vagas;
thus leaving local citizens without
jobs. My daughter said one lady
was treated like a criminal in that
the owner gave no notice of re-
placement. They Just came in and
escorted her out of the casino
and told her she Was being re-
placed by an experienced worker.
What they are doing to their State
should not be tolerated by local
citizens, and should definitely tell
citizens of Florida something.
. She said they are .bussing
Senior Citizens from other states
to gamble their life savings away.
What happens to these Senior
Citizens when they lose all of


their savings? The government or
the families have to support them
the rest of their lives.
The housing situation there
is really booming. Houses are be-
ing built In Just a month with
building material that is below
building standards. She over-
heard a real estate saleslady


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mention that she hated to sell
these houses to anyone in their
present condition. The price rang-
es on these houses are $80,000
to $90,000 minimum. The houses
are built an arm-length apart.
She said the destruction from a
hurricane would be like Hurri-
cane Andrew all over again, but
in MS. If there was a hurricane
headed their way, the casinos
could not be moved for there are
too many and they would block
the evacuation access from the
bays. Florida citizens, Is this
what we want in our State?
A Lounge owner is even try-
ing to have an ordinance changed
so he can have a Strip Tease
Lounge built next door to a
church and school. Do we also
want this in Florida?
I VOTE NO TO CASINO GAM-
BLING IN FLORIDAI
Name withheld by Request


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Dear Fellow Gulf ountians 'd. irig the past six
It has been my privilege durfnYUast I
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tivities I have been honest, fair and impartiald' I
have demonstrated common sense in making many dif-,
ficult decisions. I have treated people with-re-
spect. I havde been available' and accessible and I
have listened- As your county judge I will continue
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE; FL THURSDAY. SEPT. 8. 1994 PAGE 7A


Correctional Officer Course


Back row (L-R): Kenny Daves, Germain Clark, Bryan Simon. Gabe Clark, Eric Sellers, Coach Scott
Gowan. Front row (L-R): Jonathan Stripling, Chad Thompson, !Robbie Dixson, Nick Sweazy, MattDixon.

Cross Country Opens

'94 Season With Win


Last Thursday, the Port St.
Joe High School boy's cross coun-.
try team opened its 1994 season,
placing.first in the meet with 33
points. Wewahitchka placed sec-
ond with 47 points, and Marian-
na placed third with 53 points.
Kenny Daves was the Shark's
top runner, as he placed third
among the 26 runners with a
time of 18:40 for the three mile
course.
Germain .Clark placed fourth
(18:41), Robbie Dixson-7th
(19:05), Nick Sweazy-8th (19:15),
Gabe Clark-llth (19:53), Matt
Dixon-14th (20:14), Jonathan
Stripling-,15th (20:23), Chad
Thompson-20th (22:44), Eric
Sellers-22nd (23:05), and Bryan
Simon-26th (24:23).
Three members of the middle
school cross country team partici-
pated in a one mile race. Clay
Smallwood finished with a time of
7:39, Jason Gainnie (7:49), and
Craig Phillips (8:12). ............

Soc. Sec. Man
Plans Visit
A "social security representa-
tive from the .Panama City office
will be in Port St. Joe on Monday,
September 19, from 11 a.in. until
12 noon EDT at the Gulf County,
Courthouse in Port St. Joe.


Gulf County Schools
Lunch Menu
Sept 12.16
IMON: Pizza, Sliced Peaches,
Green Beans, Milk, Cookie
TUES: Chicken, Potatoes
w/gravy, Applesauce, Roll, Milk
WEDS: Sandwich,' French
Fries, Milk, Cookie
THURS: Lasagna, Tossed
Salad, Fruit Cup, Roll, Milk
FRI: Chill Con Came, Sliced
Peaches, English Peas,
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,Winning this ,meet was a
great way to open the season and
boost the confidence of the young
Shark cross country team.. '
Last season the Sharks en-
joyed their finest season ever. The
team finished second in both the
district and regional meets, and
qualified for the state meet. At
the state meet, the ,team. finished
11 th and junior Kenny Daves fin-
ished 9th. He became the first lo-
pal cross country athlete to ever
earn AJI-State honors.
In 1994, the Sharks will com-
pete in District I-AAA along with
Baker, Freeport, North Florida
Christian, and Pensacola Catho-
lic. The top two teams at the dis-
trictmeet will qualify for the state
cross country meet.
In the pre-season state rank-
ings,. Pensacola Catholic is
ranked #1, North Florida Chris-
tian is ranked #7, and Port St.
Joe is ranked #8. This is where
the strongest district competition
should come from this season.
Pensacola.Catholic won the state -.-
championship last season and is
a heavy favorite to repeat this feat
this season. North Florida Chris-
tian returns most of last year's
team, which placed 10th at the
state meet.


Port St. Joe will field one of
its youngest teams ever. The ten
member team consists of one sen-
ior (Kenny Daves, who will be
counted on to 'lead .the team). six
sophomores (Matt Dixon. Eric
Sellers. Br'an Simon, Nick Swea-
zy, and newcomers Gabe and
Germain Clark from Gig Harbor,
Washington), and three freshmen
fRobbie Dixson, Jonathan Strip-
ling. and Clad Thompson).,
'The team's goals are to im-
prove each meet and -qualify for
the state meet.
1994 Cross Country Schedule
Sept. 1 ......................Marianna-A
10.... Early Co. Invitational-A
17.......Lincoln Invitationial-A
24. PSJ Shark Invitational-H
Oct. 1 ....... Bay Co. Invitational-A
8 .......... FSU Invitational-A
.15...........Eagle Invitational-A
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The Criminal Justice Training
Academy of Gulf Coast Communi-
ty College will be conducting a
Correctional Officer Basic Stan-
dards course at The Worship
Center, 418 Second Street, Wewa-
,hitchka, beginning on Wednes-
day, September 14, at 6 p.m.
CDT. This 450 hour course will
meet four nights a week for four
hours a night, and is required in
order to be eligible for the state
certification examination for cor-
rectional officers.
The course requires advance
application as well as a written
test. There is no charge for the

Sr. Citizens

Fundraiser
t(- The Gulf County Senior Citi-
zens will be giving away an as-
sortment of gifts on October 1, as'
part of a fund-raiser for the new
Senior Citizens and Community
Center. For a $1.00 donation, you,
will be eligible for seven different,
prizes, with the top award being
at $100 shopping spree at Save-
way.
Other awards are: $50 gaso-
jline at Pate's Service; $50 cash;
-lunch for two at J. Patrick's; a
free perm at Neva's Beauty Shop;
a free perm at Shear Perfection or
a ladies' watch from Hellig Mey-
ers.
Tickets will be available in
front of downtown grocery stores,
at home football games, and at
any Senior Citizens center in the
county, and will be on sale until
October 1.


test, and it can be taken on Tues-
day or, Thursday afternoons at
the Port St. Joe Police Station.
For additional information,
please contact Lorne Brooks at


(904) 747-3233, Monday-Friday,
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Fo Fis im'nSi 9er


Wewa County Champions


The Sharks and the Gators
tangled Friday night, in a Gulf
County rivalry for 48 minutes of
exciting football. When the dust
settled and the flial whistle had
blown, the Sharks had beaten the
Gators in every statistic except
the statistic which counted-the
scored
The Gators took home the
County trophy, winning 13-7 over
the Sharks, for their first victory
since 1988.
Penalties cost the Sharks the
game. Two particularly costly
mis-cues cost the Sharks two
touchdowns and stopped drives
which were on the way to pay
dirt. The Gators took advantage
of the Sharks' Inability to stay
away from the referee's whistle
and surprised the Shark defense
with an on-side kick after the half
was over, to put their 13 points
on the board.
Meanwhile, they were main-
taining possession of the football
'with surprise on-side kicks of
their own.
Both teams had the jitters in
this first game of the season, in


the first quarter, with the Gators
having possession three times
and the Sharks twice in the peri-
od, with no score.
It was nine minutes into the
second quarter before the Gators
broke the ice for the first score of
the game.
Starting on the Shark 30,
where the Gator defense had
stopped them after three plays,
the Gators took advantage of a


own 46 yard line. On third down
with long yardage, Sumner aired
it out to Andrew Williams at the
four yard line who scrambled
across the goal line for the Ga-
tors' final touchdown of the eve-
ning. Hysmith's kick was no
good.
SHARKS TOO LATE
The Sharks started scram-
bling in earnest, but the pesky
penalties kept either shutting


stabs at the line couldn't get the
ball over, so Yeager took off for
the right end zone corner, scoring
from two yards out. Adkison's
point after kick was good but the
Sharks were still behind, 7-13,
with just over two minutes left in
the game.
The Sharks tried their own
on-side kick late in the game, but
the Gators managed to come up
with the ball and run all but 35


David Hysmith (5) runs the ball for the Wewahitchka Gators in Friday night's county championship.
He is brought down by two unidentified Sharks.


Jamaail Fenn (22) and another identified Shark take down Wewahitchka's quarterback Will Sumner.
Charlie Lanford tries to get by Adam Ake (66) to assist in bringing Sumner down.
-Star photos


Men's Golf Championship.


On August 27th and 28th,
the Annual Men's Club Champi-
onship was held at St. Joseph's
Bay Country Club. There were 41
men playing in four different age
divisions..
After Saturday's first round,'
Ted White, 62, was leading the
overall championship. His 75
gave him a one-stroke lead over
Stacy Kirvin, 32, and a two-
stroke lead over defending cham-
pion, Dave Blackshear. Three-
strokes behind, from the Senior
Division, were Eric Schoelles and
Gary Howze. Gary Howze had an*
eight-shot lead over Kenny Wood
in the Senior Divislon (ages 50-
58). Ted White also lead the Su-
per Senior Division (ages 59-69)
by 8 strokes over Roy Soloman
and Jim Harrison.
In the Great Grandfather Di-
vision (ages ,70+), rookie Earl
Smith, 70, held a 10 stroke ad-
vantage over George Brine, 72.
In Sunday's final, Stacy Kir-
vin shot 74 to win by four shots
over Dave Blackshear who shot
77. This was Stacy's second club
championship. His steady play
was attributed to his driver being
left in the bag most of the touirna-
ment and using his 2-iron, which
he hits 235 yards off the tee to
keep his drives in the fairway.
In the *Senior Division,'
smooth putting Kenny Wood, who

Join The

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It's not too late to join the
1994-95 edition of the Shark 100
Club, according to Ralph Rober-
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or your organization may still be-
come a vital part in supporting
the athletic programs of Port St.
Joe High School.
Your $100 contribution in-
cludes a Shark 100 hat, Shark
sports bag, reserved parking at
all home games, and recognition
in all printed programs.
Contributions may be mailed
to the Shark Booster Club, P. 0.
Box 524, Port St. Joe, 32456, or
donations may be dropped off at
The Star office. Members" are
urged to drop by The Star to pick
up your items.
There are some Shark 100
seat cushions and umbrellas left
from previous years. They may be
purchased for $10.


shot 86 to over-take Gary Howze,
took the Senior Men's Champion-
ship. Gary's trouble on the two
long par five's,' #6 and #11,
opened the door for Kenny to
make up the eight shots he need-
ed to win his first Senior Division
Championship.
, Former club champion, Roy
Soloman, shot a 76 on Sunday to
over-take Ted White by a single
shot, to win the Super Senior Divi-
sion Championship; ,
Earl Smith said it took him
30 years of golfing to win his first
trophy. A solid 88 gave him the
victory in the Great Grandfather
Division over a fast charging Leo
Shealy. Shealy came in with a 94.
'All the, participants praised
the work of Roy Sholars, mainte-
nance crew; especially Vinnie Ma-
drid and Cliff Liuinstone's extra


ume ensuring that the course
was in excellent condition for the
tournament..
FINAL RESULTS
Men's Championship 1st
Stacy ; Kirvin, 76-74-150; 2nd
Dave Blackshear, 77-77-154; 3rd
Eric Schoelles, 78-83-161; Chuck
Worley, 1st Low Net
Senior Division 1st Kenny
Wood, 86-83-169; 2nd Gary
Howze, 78-94-172; 3rdLarry Da-
vis, 89-91-180; Dennis Kunkle,
1st Low Net
Super Senior Division 1st
Roy Soloman, 83-76-159; 2nd
Ted White, 75-85-160; 3rd Jim
Harrison, 83-89-172; Bill Piffer,
Ist Low Net
Great Grandfather Division -
1st Earl Smith, 94-88-182; 2nd
Leo Shealy, 110-94-204; Gannon
Buzzett, lst Low Net


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Shark motion play to get a drive
started. With David Hysmith dig-
ging for six yards and a, first
down, Will Sumner scrambled for
12 and Hysmith broke loose for
25 on. three successive plays.
Sumner again kept the ball and
squirmed to the 12, but a clip
penalty brought the ball back to
the 21. Sumner then found Tra-
num McLemore at the goal line
with one of his half dozen passes
In the game, for six points. Hys-
mith kicked the extra point and
the Gators were ahead at half
time.
The Sharks nearly evened it':
up with a spectacular pass from
quarterback Ryan Yeager Intend-
ed for Andre Thomas at the goal
line. Troy Williams was defending
and had about four or five inches
of height on Thomas. Williams
and Thomas both jumped for the
ball and Williams came down
with it, cutting off the threat just
before the whistle.
GATORS SNAPPING
The Gators came out of the
locker room after the half time
rest period, growling and snap-
ping. They laid down a perfect on-
side kick and recovered it at the
Shark 48 yard line. But the Ga-
tors started going in the wrong di-
rection. Shark pressure and pen-
alties pushed them back to their


them down or keeping sputtering
Gator drives going.
Late in the third quarter, the
Gators fumbled on a hand-off at
the Shark 38 and Brian Jenkins
pounced on the loose football.
In two plays the Sharks had
the ball at the 22 and appeared to
be on the way to a score, but pen-
alties again shut them down.
In their next possession,
starting from their own 27, Ryan
Yeager found Mandricka Miller on
a 22 yard pass play to start an-
other drive. Three plays later,
Yeager again connected bn a per-
fectly thrown pass to Andre
Thomas for a touchdown, which
was called back by another
penalty The Sharks stayed on
the ground then and got efforts
by Des Baxter and Thomas, gain-
ingyardage in great gulps be-
fore the ball was fumbled on the
Gator 23 with the Gators coming
up with the loose ball.
The Sharks finally got on the
score board with 2:18 remaining
in the game in a well executed
drive which started on the
Sharks' own 49 yard line. Yeager
kept it for a big 22 yard gain; a

Gator foul added five more yards
and Doyle Crosby pulled down a
pass at the three yard line. Three


seconds off the clock before they
coughed it up again, with a punt
deep Into Shark territory.
The Sharks had 222 yards
rushing with Ninamdi Frazier the
leading ground gainer with '61
yards on nine carries. Chad
Quinn added 55 on three carries
and Des Baxter had 3B on five
carries.
Ryan Yeager went to the air
18 times for six completions. Two
were to Mandricka Miller for 54
yards; two were to Baxter for 26
yards and two to Doyle Crosby for
24 yards.
Score by Quarters:
Wewa '0760-13
Port St. Joe 0007- 7
THE YARDSTICK
WHS PSJ
Rushes yards 28-152 36-22
Passing yards 86 104
Total yards 238" 326
Fumbles-ldst 3-3- 4-3
Penalties yds. 9-75 11-95
Punts 4-22 1-41
FRIDAY NIGHT'S GAMES
Friday night, the Sharks will
be making their second try for
their first victory when they meet
the Chipley Tigers in Shark stadi-
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The Wewahitchka Gators will
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Juvenile CrimeBecoming Worse Problem
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. SEPT. 8. 1994


"Juvenile crime is growing
and becoming an even worse
problem In ourAnation and in our
county," Glenn Hess. Panama
'City attorney, told the Rotary
Club last Thursday. Hess, in-
volved in the Juvenile system in
Panama City for more than 15
years, said the problem is out-
stripping authorities' facilities to
deal with it.
"In Bay County, we are pres-


ently constructing a "Boot Camp"
to deal with the worst of the
worst problem juveniles," Hess
said. "But even this innovation is
Inadequate because it can hold a
youth for only four to six months
and he is back out on the street
again, with no after care."
Hess said the new camp Is
being staffed' with retired service
personnel, "the tougher, the bet-
ter," In order to direct the young


people in matteirs of respect, re-
sponsibility and discipline. There
are no policemen on the staff of
the boot0camp operation.
"We recognize the 'reaL prob-
lem is that so many children are
going through their adolescent
years in single parent families. So
often that single parent Is a fe-
male and has to scrape out a liv-
ing for her and her child and the


child is left to its own devices,
which leads to delinquency," Hess.
said. "A child needs a father." he
stressed.
The speaker said the problem
was growing because the number
of single parent families is grow-
ing to the point where the num-
ber will reach 40% of our chil-
dren In just a few years at the
present rate of growth.


BOB MOORE

Tough on Delinquents


VSote foB[01M]ORE


COUNTY JUDGE


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Company's new container plant,
currently nearing completion In
SL Louis, Missouri.
McLawhon has worked lor
Ohio Package's Cincinnati, Ohio
plant for 11 years, advancing to
the position of foreman, before
'@ being offered the new position by
the firm.
McLawhon and his wife,
Mindy, have moved to SL Louis.
where he will begin his new du-
ties with the package manufac-
turing firm when the new plant
opens around December 1. The
new plant will be the largest in-
stallation operated by the firm, a
long-established independent
manufacturer of cardboard-boxes.
The firm has other installations
at Madison and Cincinnati, Ohio.
McLawhon is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. George McLawhon of
this city and is a graduate of Port
St. Joe High School, class of
1976.
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Gator

Sound
By Chris Atchison. Reporter
The first football game of the
season was tremendously exciting
and successful. The Gator Sound
Band did an excellent job of play-
ing and inspired a lot of team
spirit, both on the field and from
the stands. We hope you enjoyed
the half-time show; the hard work
really paid off. A lot of new rou-
tines are being Incorporated into
this year's show. The majorettes
gave an excellent performance
with their fire batons, and we're
proud to have the flag corps back
this season. The majorettes and
flags are under the direction of
Micah Peak, and the dance line is
sponsored by Debbie Cole.
If you are the parent of a
band or auxiliary student, we
warmly welcome you to join the
WHS Band Boosters. The sole
purpose of this group is to raise
money to support the Gator
Sound Band. September is mem-
bership month, and we look for-
ward' to signing you up. Meetings
are routinely scheduled at 6 p.m.
on the third Tuesday of each
month at the WHS band room.
This month's meeting will be held
on September 20th.

Card of Thanks
The family of Alfred Morning,
Sr., expresses their sincere grati-
tude to their many friends and
relatives for all acts of kindness
shown to them during the illness
and passing of their loved one.
May God shower his richest
blessings upon you.
-"Lena and Lafry Morning


Elect


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CO UNTY JUDGE


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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1994


School




Written
When Tweeta Gaskin retired
at the end of last year, she gave
me several of. her, "teacher" me-
-. mentos from. her years of experi-
ence. One w goden schoolhouse
with the followhig rules was kind
of clever. I hope you enjoy it.
1. No fightin'...thinkwritin'
S 2. No yellin',..think spellin'
3. No cryin'...keep on trying'
4. No shovin'...no lovin'
5. No cheatin'...might get a
beating'
6. No wrath...do your math!
7. No talkin'...or you'll be walking'
8. No spittin'...or you'll be sitting'
9. No sleepin'...might be weepin'
10. Rule of the school...be not a
fool
Kindergarten Student of the
Week is Heather Ann Baker
Nadine Whitfleld chose
Heather Baker, daughter of Bet-
tiann & Rodney Baker, as the
- kindergarten student of the week.
Heather's favorite subject in
school is the listening center. She
- would like to be a ballerina when
, she grows up. Heather admires
,- her mom and dad. She would like
to visit Chuck E. Cheese in Pana-
ma City as a special treat. She
also likes to read-her favorite
book is The Little Dinosaur. At
home, she likes to play with her
sister, Crystal. Heather says this


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staff, and students of Port St. Joe
Elementary School would like to
thank all of the volunteers who
helped to make 1993-94 a suc-
cessfil school year.. 127 volun-
teersdo nated 1,616.5 hours of
their time at Port St. J oe El emen-
Stary School during the 1993-94
school year.
SIf you would like to volunteer.
for the 1994-95 school year,
lease contact Denise Williams ato

New Maps and Globes
Ltaff, and students of Port St. frJoe






hand cNally nof the volunteers who
anelped globesin every class 1993-94oom at
our school. Now we know where
SIf yothe world we arel Thanks, Mr.
JBohrI
Adopt-A-Class
Our Adopt-A-Class program


Wewahitchka

Elementary f

News... .
By Linda Whitfield


about herself: "I'm good. I'm very
helpful. I love everybody." What a-
philosophy, Heatherl
A Few Good Men
With Bill Carr gone from the
maintenance department, Mr.
Causey and Mr. Gortman really
have their hands full. When any
of the teachers spot the two men,
they always have something that
needs fixing, flushing, or other-
wise. They accommodate us all in
good humor. We appreciate their
hard work.
T.E.A.M. from Lori and Sue'
Thursday, September 1, the
kids in Mrs. Price's and Mrs.
-McDaniel's rooms went touring
the Gulf County Jail and rode by
the new prison. As a culmination
of their unit on the judicial sys-
tem, they wanted to show the
children where not to end up.
Also enjoyable-this week was the
trip to the Old Courthouse in We-
wahitchka .where retiring Judge
David L. Taunton held court. The
students enjoyed watching jury-
selection, etc.
Recipe for Positive Action from
Second Grade.
Take one cup of belief in


is underway. If you or your organ-
ization or business would like to
"adopt" a class, for a total of $90,
please contact Kim Smith at 227-
1718.
Students of the Week
Congratulations to our stu-
dents of the week!
Dusty Alford, Candace
Branch. Jena' Hogan, Brian
Jones, Tom Levins, Kandra Wil-
liams, ,Sarah Mize, and Erain
Phillips.
Positive Action News
Our Positive Action. word for
next week is "UNIQUE". Children
need ample attention and guid-
ance from adults: each child has.
special needs that are unique., It
is the responsibility of all adults
to supply these needs for our
children. Here is a sampling of
needs that your children will re-
spofld to:
*Active games playing with
family and friends.
*Stories, jingles, ad'rrh.ymes.
*Imaginative play "pretend-
ing to be"
*Language listening to and
talking with others
*Music enjoying and being
creative with songs and rhymes
ICU
Here are some "I See You" do-
ing-something-positive messages:
Mrs. Lumley saw Adam Rich-
ards helping Jenrta Chesser with
the computer.
Judy Griffin helped some of
Mrs. 'Campbell's students with
their work. ""
The Bulldog Postal Workers
provided Federal Express mail for
Pam Jones.
Parents Make the Difference
Our P.T.A, Open House: will
be held on Thursday, September
15, at 6:30. Parents, here's your
chance to make a difference for
your child and school!


FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
S REV. BILL WHITE, PASTOR,
2420 Long Ave.
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
904-229-6886 ,
Port St. Joe's "Port of Victory"
Sunday School...............................................10 a.m.
Morning Worship..........................................11 a.m.
Sunday Evening ...........................................6 p.m.
Wednesday Evening ......................................7 p.m.



THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY

ST. JAMES' 800 22nd STREET PORT ST. JOE
++ 7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (ET)
+ I S. Sunday School 9:45
ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
8:00 a.m. (CT)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor



"The Exciting Place to Worship"


First Baptist Church

"102 Third Street
'.:'Port St. Joe, Florida


Gary'Smfiith
Pastor


Buddy Caswell
Minister of Music & Youth


yourself, one half cup of pride in
what you can do, and two table-
spoons of "I can" and mix togeth-
er with courage to do your best.
Sprinkle the 'top with a little Pof
your relationships with others.
Warm with positive thoughts and
actions, then cook for many
years.
What a good definition to im-
part to young children to develop'
their self-concept. The second
grade teachers, Alisa Walker,
Judi Lister, and Doris Jean Whit-
ten, foster this every day.


Honeyville

Methodist

Revival
The Honeyville United Metho-
dist Church of Wewahitchka will
be conducting revival services
from Sunday, September 11th,
through Thursday, September
15th. Sunday services will be at 9
a.m. and 6 p.m.
The Rev. Fred Melvin of the.
Springfield United Methodist-
Church of Panama City will be
the evangelist.
Connie Green, the music di-
rector of the Springfield United
Methodist Church will be con-
ducting the music. She is the
daughter of Rev. Fred and Mrs.
Lena Melvin.
The public is cordially invited
by the members and Pastor La-
velle Enterkin to worship and
praise the Lord with them in
these great and exciting services.
The Honeyville United Methodist
Church is located on on Hwy. 71,
four miles south of Hwy. 22.


From the
S Principal's Desk'

Wewahitchka

High School
By Larry A. Mathes

'Hard Work Pays Off" 7 Times in 28 Years
There are those rare moments in history where the obvious un-
derdog rises to the top (David "rocked" Goliath, etc.), and so It was'
Friday night as the WHS Gators upended the PSJ Sharks. Tranum
McLemore and Andrew Williams caught the "bombs" tossed by Will
Sumner, but that's only three of many heroic efforts that led to the
victory. Every run, every tackle, Indeed every play and player con-
tributed to a-team win. If you weren't there, you should have been,
because these moments don't happen very often. To be honest, the
cards are usually stacked in favor or the larger school, so you'll
have to pardon us if we celebrate a little. To the Sharks' credit, their
late TD and ability to fight back had Gator fans a little nervous un-
til the final whistle.
Congratulations to Wayne Flowers and the coaching staff, who
proved that hard, work and patience still pays dividends.. However,
athletics is like the movies the question "what have you done late-
ly" needs to be considered. While the big win over PSJ was great,
youi have to come back to earth quickly and realize that Bronson
comes to Gator field Friday night at 7:30 p.m., the same Bronson
that pounded us last year with the best, running backs we saw all
year.
Well, Open House was.a huge success as a large number of
parents turned out for a rather "informal" gathering. Everyone just
milled about, meeting and talking with teachers. It matched last
year's "best-ever" turn-out, and shows that parents are ntersted,,
in their high school. Thanks for coming '
La1bor-'Da holiday is gone-now the long grind starts as we
'work 'towards Thanksgiving. In October, students will get a long
weekend because of teacher inservice days October 24th, and 25th.
Progress reports should be out by now-please check them
carefully and call if there are problems indicated. No need to wait--
get behind your student now.
Please support the Gold Card program with a donation when
you are asked, and even if you're not asked! And by the way, the
phone calls about the Game Commission needing to come pick up
some dead Gator meat seem to have stopped, at least for this year.




PORT ST. JOE FIRST PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
'V /^T Pastor Tommy Causey'
2001 Garrison Avenue 229-6622
904-227-1493
Sunday School................. 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship............ 11:00 a.m.,
Sunday Evening............ 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday Evening......... 6:30 p.m.
Nursery Provided 227-1493
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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


Phone 648-8144


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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 YOUTH/ CHOIR DIRECTOR


-- St. Joe ssem6fy of God
309 6th' Street. Port St. Joe
Sunday School........ ...... 10:00 am
Morning Worship Service........ 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Service.......... 6:30 pmr
Wednesday Bible Study......... 6:30 pm
Jeffery Scalf
SPastor
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
MEXICO BEACH
823 N. 15th Street
648-5776
Sun. Bible Study (all ages)............ CST
Morning Worship .......................10:00 CST
Evening Worship ............6:30 CST
Wed. Bible Study (all ages)...;...........6:30 CST
Rev. Tommy Doss, Pastor



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

Sunday School.............................................. .......... 10 a.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Evening Worship,...................... 6 p.m.
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BIBLE STUDY ...................9.45 a m. EVENING WORSHIP ......... 7.00 p.m.
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CHURCH TRAINING ............ 5:45 p.m.
Long Avenue Baptist Church
1601 Long Avenue
Mark Jones
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Full GospelFellowship
PETE WANCHIK, PASTOR
Office:'227-2033 103 Garrison Avenue Home: 229-9033
Sunday.. .... 10:00a.m.
Tuesday Home Fellowship 7:30 p.m.
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<1, A FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

u 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
Si\ SUNDAY WORSHIP........................10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL.................................... 11 a.m.
fU.S .*SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children
Nursery Available
S ,The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor



First United' ietwdst :Church
111 North22nd St..
y '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


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Jak, Clemn Make the

SSel'ection for Cabinet
Me and Uncle im Rednek over on Flat Creek west of Tallahassee.
are proposing our ilrst maverick ticket for the Florida primary elections
o',e-"tember 8, Including the selection of Gentleman Jack Gargan over
Gd.; Lawton Chiles as the Democratic nominee.
V'4Wi are fir-'Gargan because she spent his own money in a Throw the
Hypocritical Rascals Out campaign in the last election, now feels the best
way fd-help is ,*Am himself, and isn't campaigning on taxpayer money. A
lot ofpre'stlgious newspapers feel theDemocratic deserves Chiles and his
liberalrunning mate, former Congressman Buddy MacKay. Me and Clem
like the )emncrats more than that. Heck, we often vote for them in the
General electiont...like four years ago when we both believed Chiles really
wanted to downsize government..
I It was more, difficult, picking a Republican, but we settled on young
` Jeb Bush, the Miami businessman who has great ideas about governing
and needs a chance .to prove them. Yes, the fact that he is the only major
candidate not accepting free public tax money to campaign on had a
'great bearliqg on our selection. .Like;Gargan, he is also an outsider.
It was difficult decision because Jascksonville's Sen. Ander Cren-
shaw deserved support for already stopping some of Chiles' free-spending
habits; -Keri Connor is a true conservative Christian badly needed in
some political office; Insurance Commissioner Tom Gallagher Is as tough
on crime as anybody; and Treasurer Jim Smith is probably the most ef-
fective conservative public office holder in Florida today. They all deserve
a shok, but it can't be...
We also like Arturo Perez, the unusual Winter Haven physician who
has his own national health care plan, for Democratic nominee for the
U.S. Senate over Hugh Rodman, Mike Wiley, and Ellis Rubin. Perez was
once elected to the Cuban House of Representatives, but never served.
Instead, he fought Fidel Castro at the Bay of Pigs, was wounded, rafted
to sea where he was rescued and returned tot he.U.S.-Me and Clem
would like to see a man with that background in public office. His health.
plan is' bound to be better than the one Bill Clinton is trying to spoon-
feed to us.
4VWeby no means prefer Dr, Perez over Incumbent U.S. Sen. Connie
mack in the November runoff, but he appears without doubt the best of
the D'emocrats.
We'd also like to see GOP Frank Brogan, superintendent of schools in
i : Martin County, In the Nov. 8 general election for Commissioner of Educa-
tion with Democrat John Griffin of Ormond Beach, mainly because
bouthboth candidates believe in a voucher system to give students a
choice of either public or private-religious schools. Front-runner Doug
Jamerson, a lawmaker who was appointed to the post by Chiles, is highly
qualified with years of experience on the Education Commmittee int he
Florida House, but he has a deaf ear for tax vouchers for students to take
with them to private or schools and is too much an Integral part of the
present failing school system.
Jamerson is the only candidate against vouchers. It is true that the
Commissioner of Education does not alone decide that issue. Other cabi-
net members and lawmakers are responsible for It too. But the Educa-
tion Commissioner is expected to show the leadership.
Believing that five terms .are really enough, we mavericks would like
to see Comptroller Gerald Lewis runt into term limits with the selection
of Art Simony a 12 year'legislator from Miami. as the Democratic nominee
to face 61 year old retired Marine General Bob Mulligan as the Republi-
can nominee in the general election in November.
The only state senator's race we mavericks thought we should pick is
the big fourth district which stretches east from Tallahassee across North
Florida to the ocean above Jacksonville and south halfway to Tampa to
S .-the Citrus-Hernando county line. Opposed by much of the dally press,
freshman Sen. Charles Williams needs all the help he can get In his
Democratic primary. Uncle Clem and me think he did a creditable job in
representing, the conservative rural areas. He sponsored student-led
prayer in schools when many Senators took a walk on it. Williams broke
with Gov. Chiles on the health care reform package and says tax money
for campaigning is welfare for politicians. We disagree that those are rea-
sons he should not be the Democratic nominee again. Instead, they rec-
ommend it.
BIGGEST OUTRAGE of 1994 is Gov. Lawton Chiles' successful for-
age into Florida's treasury with the public campaign financing law. It Is
Screai polit elitedcasf poliiclans who cJearly ioQnpt have to live
the way we ordMiaryTodlk do. They give themselves salary raises, exempt
themselves from laws they pass. set their own plush retirement benefits,
even hire lawyers at taxpayer expense to defend themselves from suits by
Irate citizens.
The crowning insult, of course, is the law-sponsored by Chiles who is
its greatest benefactor that makes taxpayers pay to listen to these politi-



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Capitol




ROUND-UP
by Jack Harper


cal candidates. It gives politicians for certain major statewide offices pub-
lic money to campaign on if they limit contributions to $500 or less.
Wouldn't you know, they've already found a way to get around the $500
limit by giving from as many corporations as an individual controls.
The first pay-day last month was over $4 million for the welfare of
politicians running for ofTice. That figure is likely to be multiplied several
times before the general election.
The Florida Supreme Court has a hand in this. It ruled Chiles' law
was constitutional. Republican as well as Democratic candidates are tak-
ing advantage of it...and that Is the right word-taking advantage.
It would have been far fairer if, like in the federal law, taxpayers,
could VOLUNTARILY contribute to campaign expenses. Better yet, Flori-
da could do as England does. Require television and radio stations to air
free political forums for all candidates.
THE NEWS ROUNDUP:
TALLAHASSEE (WNS) State division of elections records show that
98 percent of the $4 million plus campaign fund of the Proposition for
Limited Casinos came from 55 individuals and corporations who stand to
profit the most from allowing big-time gambling in Florida.
Never before has a drive to amend the state Constitution raised so.
much money from so few.
The Florida Supreme Court did.not release rulings last week on
Thursday, which is its habit, on the constitutionality of Limited Casinos
or the four tax limiting amendments that were argued two weeks ago.
State records showed late this week the casino drive Is almost exclu-
sively bankrolled by parimutuels. Las Vegas-backed casinos, and others
who stand to profit directly if up to 47 sites for casinos (12 on riverboats)
is oked by voters in the Nov. 8 general election.
No Casinos Inc., the group fighting the legalizing of casinos, raised
only $200,000 in its campaign to fight casinos.
Big spenders in the Limited Casinos from Las Vegas were: the Golden
Nugget, $425,000; Boyd Gaming. $325,000: Mirage Resorts, $287.000;
and Rio Suite Hotel & Casino, $176,000. Florida gambling interests con-
tributing were: Palm Beach Kennel Club. $250,000; Thomas Kramer, a
Miami developer, $237,000. and Orange Park Kennel Club. Jacksonville,
$250,000. Another big one was casino equipment operator Promus Cos.,
Tenn., $125,000.
GEE! HE'S BACK:
Gerald Gee, assistant journalism professor at Florida A & M Univer-
sity who was fired last year for using the "N----" word before a public re-
lations class, was back teaching last week on another one year contract.
But he is still under investigation by the college administration and
his new contract does not guarantee him he might not yet be fired for
good. The Board of Regents ruled this summer that Gee was dismissed
by the administration without following proper procedure. The reinstate-
ment order was only to apply until FAMU President Frederick Humphries
reconsidered his decision.
Gee, who is white, apologized for his remark that failing to make the
most of opportunities could be considered by some as a "'N----' mentalil-
ty...the sort of mentality that could keep us all on the back of the bus for-
ever."
RACISM CHARGED: U.S. Sen. Bob Graham and U.S. Attorney Gen-
eral Janet Reno are guilty of reverse discrimination for only considering a
black candidate for the middle district of Florida's U.S. attorney post,
says a white finalist who was turned down for the job last year.
\Vest Palm Beach attorney Walter Postula said the upcoming selec-
tion of U.S. Magistrate Charles Wilson. of Tampa, Is in violation of Gra-
ham's guidelines that he wouldn't recommend any nominee not chosen
by a federal judicial nominating commission he formed last year and that
the nominating process would start whenever a vacancy occurred.
Graham's chief aide said that President Clinton, Reno. and Graham
had agreed to allow Reno to fill the post because of her knowledge and
the need to fill the position quickly. Wilson will replace U.S. Attorney Lar-
ry Colleton who was reassigned to Washington after being filmed scuf-
fling with a TV cameraman in Jacksonville. Colleton was Florida's first
black U. S. Attorney.
CHILES STILL LAGS: The newest poll- shows Secretary of State Jim
Smith and Insurance Commissioner Tom Gallagher in a dead heat
for the runoff spot on the Republican ticket with frontrunner Jeb Bush
and Gov. Lawton Chiles still unable to get 50 percent of the statewide
vote.
Election observers aren't about to count Chiles out as he hasn't be-
gun to spend his lush campaign fund because he has only token opposi-
tion from unknown Tampa businessman Jack Gargan in the Democratic
primary.
But the bad news for the Chile's' campaign is that heavy advertising
featuring some bitter infighting in Central and South Florida has lifted
the standing of Republican candidates instead of as Chiles had hoped -
brought them down.
Bush is fighting some unfavorable name recognition, according to
the poll. So voters apparently don't like his father, former President
George Bush. although he carried Florida in his last race. The big ques-
tion is: will Bush get 40' percent of the vote in the crowded field of seven
GOP candidates in the first primary September 8. election? He'll need
that much to win easily in the second primary.
TATE'S HELL: The Nature Conservancy has signed a $10 million
agreement to purchase 6,800 acres of unspoiled swamp land around Ap-
alachicola Bay and turn it back to the U.S. Forest Service for preserva-
tion. a spokesperson for the environmental group said last week.
For $2.3 million, the Conservancy bought an initial 1.985 acres last
week along New River in Franklin County and agreed to purchase the
rest of the wilderness for a total price of $10 million in the next three
years.
The Conservancy is a nonprofit organization that acquires sensitive
land in cooperation with public agencies. Denise Rains of the U.S. Forest
Service said that the first parcel of Tate's Hell will be converted to federal
ownership by the end of September. She said eventually ass of the Tate's
Hell New River Corridor will become part of the Apalachlcola National
Forest, linking the surrounding 212,000-acre wilderness to Apalachlcola
Bay.
The initial purchase was from McDonald Investment Co. of Birming-
ham, Ala. which has unsuccessfully tried to promote housing on some of
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. SEPT. 8. 1994


LGulf County Commission Minutes ]


The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners met on July 26. 1994 In regular session
with the following members present: Chairman
Warren J. Yeager, Jr.. and Commissioners Nathan
Peters, Jr.. Billy E. Traylor. and Michael L. Ham-
mond. C, sloner Jessie V. Armstrong was ab-
sent.
Otuh resent were: Chief Deputy Clerk
Doug Birm. ..;ham, Deputy Clerks Debbe Wibberg
and Becky Norris. Planning and Building Director
Don Butler, Building Inspector Richard Combs,
Road Department Superintendent Bob Lester.
Maintensnci Superintendent Joe Bearden, Solid
Waste Director Joe Danford,. and Sheriff James
Coats.
The meeting was called to order at 6:04 ,
p.m., EDT. "
Commissioner Michael L. Hammond opened -
te-'niee'ting with prayer and Chainrian Warren J.
Yeager, Jr. led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
/ ;- RECEIVE BIDS t#9394-22 1/2 TON
TRUCK (MOSQUITO CONTROL DEPT.)
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
bids, the Board received the following bids: South-
lake Ford $12,257.00; Champion Chevrojet -.
$17,141.00, AIL $10,987.00; Cook-Whitehead
Ford -,No Bid; Sunshine Chevrolet $16,440.95.
The.Board tabled the bids for further review
and recommendation by Road Department Super-
intendent Bob Lester.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS COUNTY AT-
TORNEY
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
requests for proposals for the position of County
Attorney, the Board received a proposal from Attor-
ney Barbara Sanders. The proposal was tabled for
further review by the Board.
CONSENT AGENDA
Commissioner Traylor motioned to approve
the consent agenda, commissioner Hammond sec-
onded the motion for discussion. After discussion,
Commissioner Hammond withdrew, his second.
The motion died for lack of a second.
Commissioner Hammond motioned to ap-
prove the consent agenda, except for the billings
forLife Management Center (Baker Act). Commis-
sioner Peters seconded the motion. The motion
S passed 3 1 (Commissioner Traylor opposed].
Consent Agenda Items Approved: A. Min-
utes. July 7-8, 1994 Special Meeting; July
11,1994 Special Meeting; July 12, 1994 Regular
Meeting; July 15, 1994 Emergency Meeting B.
Invoices a. Powers, Quaschnick, Tlscher. &
Evauii. 199 66, C. Emergency Management a.
Ceriil to. DCA that Gull County employes fill-time
Emergency Management Director.
FLOOD RELIEF EFFORTS
Commissioner Peters noted that his church,
New Bethel AME, had donated $200.00 to Emer-
gency Management to aid in the Flood Relief ef-
forts. He personally thanked each Board member
for their efforts during the disaster. Chairman
Yeager expressed his gratitude, to the various de-
partments and agencies for their endeavors during
the flood disaster. Mr. Waylon Graham, of Howard .
Creek, thanked the Board and their employees for
their hard work and service to the flood victims of
Howard Creek and the County. He requested that
the Board do whsi,-ser they can to prevent the M
& K Rancches dlke.; from being rebuilt. After dis-
tcssion. Comnaos.ioier Peters recommended that
Mr Graham circulate a petition opposing the re-
buldiLngof the M &1 K Rnlches dikes.
(Commissioner Armstrong arrived at 6:18
p.m., EDT.)
INVOICE SOUTHEASTERN MECHANICAL
(RAILCARS)
S -Upon' moon by Commissioner Hammond.
S" second by Corrdssioer Traylor. anid unanimous
vote. ihe Board approved the final Invoice from
Southeastent Mlechailcal for bid 09394-18 I5 rail-
cars In the rmroint of $15.500.00 It was noted
S t ia.,nmeti -,.uld be made from the Secondatry
S : Rid .,,l Bnridge fnd
INVOICE SECURITY EQUIPMENT COM-
PANT/BUDGET AMENDMENT
Commissioner Hammond motioned to pay
anr In.oice from Secunty Equipment Company for
f ire alarms f:.r the Gulf County Jail by amending
the general itid budget by reducing Reserve for
Contungencles $1,902.50 and increasing Law En.
S Ircement Equipment $1.962 50. Commissioner
Peters secoioiled the motion and the motion passed

TAX RECAPITULATION ROLL
_. Upon motion by Commisioner Peters. sec-
oind by Cornmmis.sloniier Hammond. aid utnanimons
vote. Lhe Board approved the tax recapitlulationl
S roll submitted b'.Collecior Eda Ruth Taylor
JTPA CO tlENCE BLOUNSTOWN
Solid WO EDirector Darn'ord discussed he
conference he attended in Blounstown sponsored
S by JTPA.
GRANT CLOSURE CONFERENCE
Solid Waste Director Daniford dliscissed a
conference he attended in Tallahassee. "Tuesday.
July 26. 1994 regarding grants.
ROLL-OFF CARS FLOOD DEBRIS
Solid Waste Director Danford stated that
roll-off cars had been placed at various locations
,lthiin the County for debns removal He stated
that he would po.s the locauotis In the Star.
Thursday. July 28. 199,1
AWARD BID 19394-22 1/2 TON TRUCK.
(MOSQUITO CONTROL DEPT.)
Upon recommendation by Road Deparmient
Supenitiendera Lester. Commissioner Harmmond
rmotl0ioed to award bid "9394-22 11994 1/2 T
truckl for the Mosquito Control Department to
S Chamrpio.i. Chevrolet for the alternate bid of
$10.98700. Commissioner Traylor seconded the
rmutlloi and the mouon passed ullanimously.
SALARY INCREASE-ROAD DEPARTMENT
SECRETARY
S Upon recanon.enda.cn by Road Department
r ; ur.e-litendent Lester Comnmissioner TrIaylor mro-
tioner d t, icrccse Road Deparument Secretary
Shen Bum s hoi-ily wage to $7 00 per-hour eTec-
u- July 26. 1994 Caommnssoner Peters seconJed
tie motion and the moUon parsed uilanlmously.
VETERAN SERVICES-MONUMENT
uLpon request by Veteran Services Officer
W llijtl'_-. Commls-ticier Peters mto1lied to add
Sthe ,me al" Fr.:l..eit Harrns-n Pllk r t he ieoia.m
NlM:i..ime..t at a c,.t .A to ecced $300, 00. with
pasinmetil to be mrr.'le from the B:.ard's budgeL
Co.mtr"issioT'er H3inmnoid sec.onded the motion
id the mrouorn pa..sed Otnalllic-usl) it sas re.
S queed Lhat pa.yment be made from the Boards
hIte item OtLer Curnellt Charges aid C.bitgtllons.
GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE LAND-
SCAPING
Veteran Services Officer Bo Williams dis-
cussed the Iu,iL-C.pl.g iii rhe frouit of the Gulf
Counts Corrtl-,house ol.d suLggested the Board may
want -o ehionut.ot- ithe gras-.- sje. ar-tLid the flag
area ,r .:, thie reed prc.blem i, e Board thanked
1 -d- r ifr S5lgvstLl it.
SHIP PROGRAM
SHIP Ptio.-ai.m Administrator Bo Williams
stated that the 1994-95 funds for the SHIP pro-
*. gram have not been received. After discussion by
SHIP Administrator Williams. commissioner Tray-
S lor motioned that the final date for submitting ap-
plications for loans and grants from the SHIP Pro-
gram funds would be Friday August 12 1994.
Co uinrsilsioer Peters seconded the moulon and the
n..ou.nu pase.-J ,iiairrmotusl,.
VARIANCE RESCIND
Bl-, Upon recommendation by Planning and
Bulldhig Director Butler, Commissioner Hammond
.motioned to rescind the flood plain variance grant-
ed to the property owners of Willis Landing. Coni-
Smissloner Armstrong seconded the motion and the
motion passed unanimously. Mr. Butler stated
that the Platuing and Building Department will
notify each property owner that Is listed on the tax
... roll of the Board's action to rescind the variance.
g HISTORICAL GRANT APPLICATION
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, sec-
n- 'd by Commissioner Peters, and unanimous vote,
the Board agreed to have Planning and Building
Director Butler proceed with the historical grant
application.
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN ORDINANCE 93-
16
Upon request by Planning and Building Di-
rector Butler. Commissioner Hammond motioned
"to rescind Ordinance 93-16, an ordinance request-
ing a land use change for George Flemintg. Com-
missloner Traylor secoided the motion and the
motion passed unanimously. Mr. Butler stated
S that Mr. Fleming is no longer requesting a land
Suse change for his property, as a part of the Com-
r prehensive Plan.N
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT


Planning amid Building Director Butler dis-
cussed the recent amendments by the Department
of Community Affairs to the GulfCounty Compren-
-- hensive Plan. He noted that some of the amend-
* ments were In conflict with the Department of
Community Affairs original guidelines. After dis-
cussion, Commissioner Hammond motioned for
Mr. Butler to proceed with the County's estab-
Itshed position regarding the amendments to the
Comprehensive Plan. Commissioner Traylor sec-
onded the motion and the motion passed unani-
mously.
The meeting recessed at 6:42 p.m., EDT..
The meeting reconvened at 7:07 p.m., EDT..
S-.. MOSQUITO CONTROL
Commissioner Traylor requested that mos-
quito spraying be increased due to the recent


flooding. The Board discussed the funding for the
additional spraying and what is allowed by the De-
partment of Environmehtal Protection. Administra-
tor Wells stated that the additional spraying could
be paid by FEMA funds. Solid Waste Director Dan-
ford stated that aerial spraying is being considered
for the flooded areas.
RIVER CONTAMINATION
Commissioner Traylor requested that the
STAR notify people not to use the flooded rivers for
recreational purposes, such as swimming or fish-
44ng, due to the water bel contaminateded.
OVERSTREET 'UNSBINE ACRES
Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, sec-
ond by Commissioner Hammondt and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to maintain Sunshine Acres
Road in Overstreet 'on a part-time basis.
FLOODED AREAS
Commissioner Peters discussed using lime
as a method to combat the 'odor left from the re-
ceding flood waters.
INMATE WORK CREW FIRST AID KIT
Chairman Yeager requested that Mosquito
Control Supervisor Wood purchase a first aid kit
for the Inmate work crew.
RESOLUTION NO. 94-28-COUNTY-WIDE
MILITIA
Commissioner Hammond motioned to adopt
the following resolution establishing a county-wide -
militia In Gulf County. Commissioner Traylor sec-
onded the motion and the motion passed 4-I
(Commissioner Peters opposed).
ADVERTISE NOTICE OF INTENT TO
ADOPT ORDINANCE
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters, and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to proceed with the adver-
tising of notice Intent to adopt an ordinance set-
ting the open container charge to $100.00 Com-
missioner Peters seconded the motion and the
motion passed unanimously.
RECYCLING AND EDUCATION GRANT
FUNDS CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
Upon request by the City of Port St. Joe,
Commissioner Peters motioned to approved their
request for $33,00.00 from the Recycling and Edu-
cation Grant Funds t6 purchase various Items for
recycling, Commissioner Hammond seconded the
motion and the motion passed unanimously.
ST. JOSEPH BAY
Mr. William Kuiyper discussed the grass
beds of St Joseph Bay and the recent discharges
into the bay from the Hgi-.L .J View area.
RESOLUTION NO. 94-29 WHITE CITY .
WATER SYSTEM
Commissioner'Hammond motioned to adopt
the following resolution accepting the White City/
FHA Water System Project as being completed.
Commissioner Traylor se-c.iided the motion and
the motion passed 4-1 (Cmm-rrriier Peters op-
posed).
COUNTY ATTORNEY PROPOSAL
INTERVIEW MEETING
Chairman Yeager requested that the Board
meet at 5 30 p.m EDT. Tuesday. August 9. 1994
to Inrteriew attonie). Barbara Sanders.
LETTER APALACHEE REGIONAL PLAN-
NING COUNCIL
Upon request by Administrator Wells,.Com-
missioner Peters motioned to approve a letter. to.
Charles Bltme. Execute Diectclor of the Apalach-
ee Regioi.al Pl..iihhg Council Commissioner Ham-
moid seconded the mon.ion aIJid the mri.uaon passed

n FEMA FUNDS
t Emergency Management Director Wells dis-
cussed the possibility of the Goseniment proldirng
100% totaloI'.i.diitg of the FEMA fuids Instead or
the norm.JI procednie. with the Goveniment pro.
%iddi.g 75% of the fuoiding a id rorunues providing
ihe remainling25*.
h-.ere being no further business, and upon
mnouon by Commissioner Hammond. second by
Commissik.,er Peters. and unanimous vote the
meeting did then adjourn at 7 12 p.m EDT.


Thie Gulf Co.ir Bo.r o:, Counmity Comrmls-
sioilers met aon A.i st 2. 19\)4 in special session
wilh the followii,i r, eirnjeri present: Chalnnian
W.'arej J. Yesier. Jr.. ajd Cormmissioners Billy E.
Trailor aid Jessie V Ai-' rrong Commissioners
Nathan Peters. Jr. and Mtci-a3el L. Hammond were
absent.
Others present sere: Deputy Clerk Debbe
Wibberg. Emergency M toahagemrrir Cbcrlilo-rr .
Marshall Nellson and Planning and Building Direc-
tor Don Butler
The meeting was called to order at 12:08
p.m., EDT. .
Emergency Management Coordinator Mar-
shall Nelson. opened the meeting with praer and
Chairman Warren J. Yeager, Jr.. led the Pledge of
Allegiance to the Flag
E-911 SYSTEM CONTRACT
Upon motion by Commissioner Tiaylor, sec-
ond by Commissioner Armstrong. ard unarilmous
vote, the Bo:ard approve. ithe resi-el contract be-
t. ween Gulf County and St. Joseph Telecommuili-
catioris c-r the E-91 I S)stem
ADVERTISE FOR BIDS
:, Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor, sec-
ond by Cominliloioer anu-''."g. aid nuilJncmous
%o*e. the Board agreed ato. 3-rse for 121 trw digi-
tal iolce logogng rer rde i.= .:Er the 9l I stemn
911 COMMITTEE APPOINTEE
Upon1 m-.tion by CommLassoner Tra.,l-:.r. sec-
ond by Commas il:,rer Armsliong, arnd uih.alihTouLs
vote. the B.:,ard ao.eed to appoint Shenriff James
Costs to the 91 I C,:,mminrLee
DONATIONS FLOOD RELIEF
Emergency NMai.agrmenit C,:-ordihlt.zr Nel-
son ,toLed 'Ih.a-t 5i-y d., l-3li. s received b EMie.
gency M lajiagrimeit fl"r the Il.-..-,d ictlms b '.Id b ',
dliided eqriall) between the American Red Cr)ss
and the S_.Jau)n Ar-,my
ROAD DEPARTMENT
up.ui m.iotic.i by Conto-'. hiri. r Trail.i.r E, C-
onLd y cornr, issilier Arlr_,-.,. g aw.d rithhiir,.n.,s
vote. the B.:.vd-J speed to hi-'? c.r liidtdlulc s h]r
lal.rer po0lljis3i it 'he R.o Li.1, riTeit
There being :-.o ft'ther b,,.'u es' an.d iF..p.
motion by Commlssio-er Tr3t, lor sec.:..d'j bL C,,ni.
missioner AirmsL-ong, a,, aii..riinouis ste the"
meetingdid then adjpiini .t 12 12 pi m EDT

The G fllf CoiiUr, C :mi.,rL-:.l.erln mer :.,n At.-
glst 9 19' 4 i reg ilai ----i.:n 'it- the Iui...4i
niembers prernL Ch 1irrn,j, '..iric J e..;'L-r. JI
aid Corirrntsi-..-nerr N[taLoi Pe.tr-s Jr Billy E
Traylor, Michael L. Hammond and Jessie V. Arm-
strong. .
Others present were: Chief Deputy Clerk
Dcoi BiraimiIharn De-,'t H Cle:rk DeLbe ,ILi-
AdmiAlmistr..i R. Lat ry 'ella. PiraWirlg oaid Biild
ing Director Don Butwer, Building Inspector Rich-
ard Combs, Solid Waste Director Joe Dlanford,
Road Department Superintendent Bob Lester;
Mosquito Control Supervisor .Paul Wr.d. Mainte-
nance Supervisor Joe Bearder. and Sheriff James,
Coats.
The meeting was called to order at 6:00
p.m., EDT.
Adminihstrator, R. Larry Wells opened the
-meeting with prayer and Chairman, Warren J.
Yeager. Jr. led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. ,
CONSENT AGENDA
Upon. motion by Commisslcjier Traylr -ec.-
ond by Commissioner Hammonid, aihd tt.nit.iimOii.
vote, the Board approved the following items from
the consent agenda:
CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS A. Invoices a.
Preble-Rish, Inc., Overstreet Boat Ramp $500; b.
Preble-Rish, Inc., Five Points Landfill $500.
B. Inventory a. Remove radio from Gulf
County Emergency .Services Inventory
#5963A022M10200, Model 5963, Johnson Scorpi-
on; b. Add radio to Gulf County Emergency Servic-
es Inventory #590B123MI4214, Model 5960,.
Johnson Scorpion.
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS
Ms. Cora Sue Robinson. Supervisor of Elec-
tions, requested that the Board re-locate specific
precincts due to accessibility ,vi convenience to
the general public.
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond.
second by Commissioner Peters, and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to re-locate Precinct 10
from the Scout Hut ot 10th street o the Mosquito
Control Confereince Room.


S:Upon motion by Commissioner Traylor. sec-
ond by Commissioner Peters, and unanimous vote,
the Board agreed to re-locate to Precinct 1 in We-
wahitchka. to the Wewahitchka Community Cen-
S.ter.
Upon motion by Commissioner Armstrong.
second by Commissioner Hammond, and unani-
mous vote, the Board agreed to relocate Precinct 3
to the Dalkeith Fire Department Building.
RECEIVE BIDS #9394-21 INSURANCE
Pursuant to advertisement to receive sealed
bids for insurance, the Board received the follow-
ing bids: Florida Leagute of Citiles. Risk Manage-
ment. Gaskin-Graddy, Hunt Insurance and Costin
Insurance.
Upon motion by Commin!slioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Traykr, said unanimous


votes the Board tabled these bids for further review
and recommendation by the Insurance Committee.
It was noted that the Insurance Committee would
be include all Constitutional Officers, Chief Deputy
Clerk Birmingham and Administrator Wells.
INVOICE ARBOR MEDICAL CENTER -
PRISONER D. SEXTON
Commissioner Traylor motioned to pay an
Invoice from Arbor Medical Center in the amount
$76.00 and that a letter be sent to Arbor stating
that all billings must be submitted within thirty
days of the date of the invoice. Commissioner Pe-
ters seconded the motion and the motion passed
unanimously.
JULIAN HUNTER RESOLUTION (PRO-
TECTING STATE CONSTITUTION)
Mr. Julian Hunter of Overstreet requested
that the Board consider the adoption of a resolu-
tion supporting the State Constitution. After dis-
cussion, the Board stated that they would take
this.under advisement
911 COMMITTEE STREET NAME REC-
OMMENDATIONS
Emergency Management Director Wells sub-
Smitted the following recommendations from the
911 street naming Subcommittee that the follow-'
ing streets be named or renamed:
Beacon Hill Area 1st Street changed toAb--
alone Street; 2nd Street changed to Bonnet Street;
3rd Street changed to Cowries Street; 4th Street
changed to Helmet Street; 5th Stree, changed to
Nutmeg Street; 6th Street changed Lo Tritoin
Street; Unnamed Alle imi ed Argonaut La .e. Ist
Avenue changed to Br.rile A,.eiue. 2n.-l Asenue
changed to Cockles Avenue; 3rd changed to Olive
Avenue; 4th Avenue changed to Starfish Avenue;
5th Avenue changed to Tulip Avenue; Gulfview
Ave. changed to Wentletrap Street; Palm Street
changed to Barnacle Avenue; No name named
Lighthouse Avenue.
Gulfaire Area-
Gulfaire Drive changed to Tradewinds Drive
Road off Christians Cuived named Ocean Ridge.
St. Joe Beach Area-
Sea Street changed to Marco Polo Street;
Oak Street changed to illouw Street. Fc.rlid Avek
lie chliviJ tio Cu,olii.3 A.enue Trailei Park
ihiamed Baliauma Circle
White City Area- -
1st Street changed to Begonia Street; 2nd
Street changed to Caladium Street; 3rd Street
changed to Dahlia Street: 4th Street changed to
Gardenia Street; 5th Street changed to Honeysuck-
le Street; 6th Street changed to Lilac Street; 7th
Street chai,..ed. to MNI]:il.. Street. Kirldands Road
changed to Ger..anim Loie. Bu ge Road changed
to Wisteria Street; Robert Street changed to Wild
Rose Street; Fitzgerald changed to Camellia Lane;
Robert Lndg. Road changed to Osprey Road.
Highland View Area-
i-i Sueet c1",.,.-t. r.:. Angle Fish Street. 2nd
Street chaih.ed ti Boinit StleeL 3rd Street
c,aoi.ed t.:i D.:-lpli Street: -4th Suelt ch..ged to
llt.g Stuerl; S.lh Sreet chiged t.o Marlin Street.
6th Street changed to Pompano Street; 7th Street
changed to Sailfish Street; 8th Street changed to
S.camp Street; 9th Street changed to Snapper,
Street. N '.' 10th St charded lo T rpon, Sueec
i Idh Sueet changed to Whiting Street. Park Ave-
iliue chj.,ged to Aml:erJack Aeimlie. 2nd Alenue
chaig!ed to Cohla A.menie 3rd Avenue changed
Grouper Avenue. 4th Ai-nie chi.ged to Porpoise'
A.e,,.e Sth Aeriue chaiiged to Ti.out Alejue; No
N-.re A.euie named Scall,:p Aseie.
Commissioner Hammond motioned to
chaj.ge Brnlae Road to Pridgeen Lane Commis-,
sic l.er AIrbstlrohg sec:onded the motion After dis-
cii.ilo n. the motion passed -1 I iCommLssioner
Peters opposed).

Commissioner Armstrong motioned to ac-
cept the recointmeidatlon of the 91 I street naming
Siibcommittee with the noted amnetimeitl chang-
Sig Biidge Rcad to Pildge:., Laie. C.arr n.atLsioier
.H.rrTi.i, seco .iled Jhe rr-nJuoi After discussion.
C:-r.nihlsitonier Hani.ai,d witli.dew his secondd and
LCoimiul.saineri Arnatroig wld.iiew his molon.
Corrnis-lc.ier Anrstroii. motioned to ac-
cept the. recommetirlatloii of the 911 street naming
Subcommittee uith the following exceptions:
Bridge Road is now Pridgeon Lane and Sea Street
isll remain the s.ame. It ..as noted that Sea Street
wouli be -haiiged at a loter date Commissioner
Peters sec.lided the mouo,. oi,d the motion passed
S4 I Commissioner Hamnmond opposed).
NORTHWEST FLORIDA/BIG BEND
HEALTH COUNCIL APPOINTEE JO ANNE WII-
SON .
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters. sec-
ond by Commissioner Armsuronig, and unanimous
; vote. therBoard agreed'to-reappolit, Jo Anne Wil-
sci. to serve as Gul',Count) s represenmaive on the
Big Bend Health Council from October 1994
through September 1996.
RESOLUTION NO. 94-30 4-H CAMP TIM-
POOCHEE
Upon motion by Commissioner Tiraylor, sec-
ond by Conmmlsasiloer Peters. and u nanlmous vote.
the Board adopted Resholuton No. 94.30 on file In
the clerk s offce. '
FEMA FLOODING MATCH MONET
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond.
second by Commissit.ner Peters. and unanimous
.cte. the Board agreed to send letters to Governor
Chiles. Represenrute Roben T'rammell. Senalor
Tromas and FEMA Director Myers thanking them
for their assistance In having the match money re-
Pulremeit walled for the counties receiving FEMA
unds
EMS GRANT FUNDING
ltpo mcioLan b) Cammi-sioner Peters. sec-
oid b,' CO Trmlsjloiier Tiralor. and unanimous
.:,ie Lhe Board agreed to send letter to Governor
Chlles. De.artm-eint of Humon Rehabilitative Ser-
ices SecreLr, Tow.en and Repesei.matise Tram-
r.mell regardhiig the proposed disLnbuLuon of EMS
Gi'ajt Faiids..
S SHERIFF'S OFFICE RENOVATION/
BUDGET AMENDMENT
SheriT Coats requested that the Board com-
plete the drop-celihg In the SherniTs oliTce. After
discussion Commirrdsaloner Travylor motiorned to
amend the general fund by reducing Reserve for
Contongencies $2.50000 and increasing Mamite.
nance Department Repairs and Maintenance.
Buildliins aid Ground.s $2 500 00 to complete the
S:- d .op-llin.g it the ShenlTs Office C ornmlssa-tier
Hammn.)id seconded the motion aid the motLon
passed unanimously..
WORKERS COMPENSATION CLAIM -
RITCHER
"iThe Board discum .ed the worker's compen-
satiorn claims filed by the famnil of Liida Richter.
aj.ll b\ Janie Richter, former en.pkees of the
Sheiili s DepartineitiL After discri.iou by iLe .
Board and SheiflT Coat.s, the Board suteil iat It
was a matter to be handled by the insurance carri-
er.
BUCKHORN LANDFILL
Solid Waste Director Danford stated that
c-djhi:.o, : -s being c.:,l]eced mid baled frr.m the
larndilL- He stated thaLt the cardboard was being
solid wirh, a portion of the profits, eoig to the City
01 Port St Joe for baling the cardboard.
LANDFILLS COLLECTION ,OF CARD-
BOARD
cSolid Waste Director Daiford stated that
cardboard was being collected and biled I. rom the
landfills. He stated that the cardboard was being
sold with a portion of the profits going to the City
SofPort St. Joe for baling the cardboard.
ENGINEERING SERVICES BRIDGE AT
STONE MILL CREEK AND VICTORIA ROAD
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Traylor, and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed for Preble-Rish, Iuc. to pro-
ceed with the engineering services on Stoie Mill
Creek Bridge and Victoria Road Bridge. It was not-
ed that payment for the engineering services would
be made from the Secondary Road and Bridge
Fund.
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN EMERGENCY
ORDINANCE
Planning and Building Director Don Butler
stated that the final reading for the adoption of the
Emergency Ordinance for the Comprehensive Plan
would be Tutesday, August 23, 1994 at 6:00 p.m.,
EDT.
WHITE CITY WATER SYSTEM- ADJUST-
MENT OF BILLINGS
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters, and unanimous
vote. the Board agreed to adjust the water bills for
L. Moore and B. Tebon to $40.00 each, due to er-
rors that were the fault of the contractor for the
White City Water System.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS ,
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN HEARING
Planning and Building Director Butler dis-
cussed the hearing regarding the Department of
Community Affairs vs. Gulf County.


SHIP PROGRAM REHABILITATION LOAN
Commissioner Traylor motioned to approve a
rehabilitation loan of up to $2,500.00 for Betty
Jackson, contingent upon SHIP Administrator Ju-
lman Webb And Associates, Inc. signing off on the
loan. Commissioner Hammond seconded the mo-
tioni and the motion passed unanimously.

SHIP PROGRAM RESOLUTION AMEND-
ING RESOLUTION 94-11
Upon request by SHIP Administrator Wil-
liams, Commissioner Hammond motioned to adopt
the following resolution, 94-29, amending resolu-


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Pictured left to right are Tonya Nixon, Jenny Patterson, Christy Jones, Erica Herandez, Stephen
Gaddis, and Catherine Barfield.


by Barbara Eells
Thank Youl
Tonya Nixon, branch manag-
er of Wewahitchka State Bank,
presented a Canon Sureshot Max
35mm camera to Highland View
for use in preparing their first
yearbook.
Mrs. Nixon is shown present-
ing the camera to Jenny Patter-
son, President of the Student:
Council; Christy Jones, Vice Pres-
ident; Erica Hemandez. Secre-
tary; Stephen Caddis, Treasurer:


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By Jackie Quarles
There's a lot of excitement
around school about selling
Christmas cards and wrapping
paper. Don't be surprised if a stu-
dent from Faith Christian knocks
on your door this week, because
there are individual and class
awards for super sales students.
The profits will go toward the cost
of the air conditioning system for
the new building, which Is under
construction at 20th and Garri-
son. Yard sales will be held Sept.
10 and 17, 8 am-2 pm. with all
profits also going towards the
aew building.
Plans are to be in the new
building before Christmas. Until
then, four classes are presently


uon 94-1 1, Section Two Commissioner Peters sec-
onded the moon and the motion passed unaiol-
mously. Resolution 94-29 Is on file in the clerk's
om ce. .:
ADVISORY BOARD
Planning and Building Director Butler stated
that the Advisory Board would meeting, Friday.
August 12. 1994 at 10:00 a.m.. EDT.
The meeting recessed at 6-50 p m., EDT.
The meeting reconvened at 7:11 p.m., EDT.
OVERSTREET BOAT RAMP
Upon discussion by Commissioner Traylor.
the Board agreed to send a letter to the Departn-
metm of Transportatin requesting an easement for
the Overstreet Boat Ramp.
HIGHLAND VIEW BRIDGE
Upon discussion by Commuis"oner Ham-
mond. the Board agreed to write a letter to the De-
partmrreit of TransportnaUon requesting an ease-
rnei t to the laid under the Hiiat- d \lew Bridge
down to the water to use for a boat ramp and pic-
nIc area.
INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WILLIAMS-
BURG-METHODIST HILL WATER SYSTEM
Commissioner Traylor discussed that the
City of Wewahltchka is terminating their Interlocal
agreement between Gulf County and the City of
Wewahlnchka for the Wiluiarmsburg-Methodlst Hill
Water and Sewer System. The Board requested
that Planning and Building Director Don Buder re-
view the situation and report to the Board.
GULF COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL SHEL-
TER
Commissioner Peters discussed the Animal
Control Snelter. After discussion, the Board re-
quested that Mosquito Control Supervisor Paul
Woo-d repair the pump immediately. The Board
also discussed sectnig compensation from the
City of Wewahlichka for funding of the Animal
Control Shelter
SAVINGS BOND PAYROLL DEDUCTION
PLAN
S Commissioner Peters discussed the possibil-
-ty of providing county employees with savings
bcid payroll deduction plan within the near fu-
ture.
ADVERTISE FOR BIDS 1995 TRUCK -
EMERGENCY SERVICES UNIT
f Upon motion by Commissioner' Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters, and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to advertise for a 1995
truck for the Emergency Services Unit, with pay-
ment to be made from their.1994-95 budget.
GULF FORESTRY CAMP ADDITIONAL
WORK CREW
Commissioner Hammond requested that the
Board review the possibility of having another
work crew to work throughout Gulf County. The
Board requested that a letter be sent to Superin-
tendenit McAndrew of the Gulf Correctional Institu-
tion recognizing the efforts of the staff and Inmates
of the Gulf Correctional Institution for their assis-
tance during the recent flood.
DINNER FLOOD RELIEF WORKERS
The Board requested that Administrator
Wells provide an exact number of all the workers
from the various organizations so they could have
a dinner recognizing their efforts during the flood.
COUNTY ATTORNEY INTERVIEW BAR-
BARA SANDERS
The Board agreed to interview Barbara
Sanders, Thursday. August 11, 1994 at 7:30 p.m.,
EDT. for the CountyAttomrney position.
FLORIDA LEAGUE OF CITIES
The Board agreed 'to have Administrator
Wells as the contact person with the Florida
League of Cities for Information regarding the po-
tential civil litigation as a result of the allegation
pending against Al Harrison.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUDGET
AMENDMENT
Chairman Yeager passed the chair to Vice-
Chairman Hammond and motioned to amend the
general fund by reducing Reserve for Contingen-
cdes $1,000.00 and to Increase County Develop-
ment Publicity $1.000.00 for advertising through
the Chamber of Commerce. Commissioner Peters
seconded the motion and the motion passed
unanimously. Acting Chalrmanm Hammond re-
tudrned the chair to Chairman Yeager. The Board
stated that the Chamber must write a letter re-
questing the funds.
i COUNTY TRAILS OLD GULF COUNTY
COURTHOUSE
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-


and Catherine Barfield. Principal.
Picture
Thank. you to all the moms
who helped out with the yearly
eyes, height, and weight screen-
ing...Paula Boone, Meggie and,
Tom's mom; Beverly Crocker, An-.
thony and Brittany's mom; An-
nece Lewis, Crystal's mom; Linda
Littleton. Ethan's mom: and Ni-
cole Butz, Kyle's big sister! Sixth
grade helpers were: Stephanie
Blackmon and Belle 'Shur-
rum...thank you!






Lion's Tate


.r'.ews Column

Faith Christian School

meeUng at Long Avenue Baptist
Church. They are the two rive-
year-old kindergarten classes,
grade four, and grade five.
The Faith Christian red and
white "Coca Cola" bus died last
week. A fifteen passenger van is
needed to replace it. Let us know
at 229-6707 if you have one or
know of one.
Our principal. Rev. Fred Goe-
bert, has been in "school" all
week in Pensacola at Pensacola
Christian College. Also, four grad-
uates of Faith Christian will begin
college there this week. Shannon
.Cain will. begin her junior.year in
elementary education, and Julie
Johnson. Greg Lemons, and
Gregory Capps will be freshmen.


oid by Comminssiner Traylor. and unanimous
sote. the Board agreed to hold county trials the
week of August 29. 1994 In the Old Gulf County -
CourtLouse Courtroom. honoring Judge David L.
Tauton's retirement t.
OLD GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE FUUR-
NISHINGS .
The .Board discussed the cost of replacing
the tables that are used by attorneys in the Court-
room of the Gull County Courthouse. so that the
original tables may be rentuned to the Old Gulf
County Courthouse courtroom.
QUIT-CLAIM DEED L. GARDNER
Upon moilorn by Comnissioier Hammoind,
secondd bv Commini'si.tner -Taior. and tulaUimous
,ote. the Board reed to hase the Charrmafi signs
a quit-claim deed for Lewis and Evelyn Gardner for
an abandoned alley In Beacon Hill. It was noted
that the alley had been abaiindonled by the Board of.
County Commissioners tt 1989.
RESOLUTION PRAYER AMENDMENT
Upon motion by Commissioner Hammond,
second by Commissioner Peters. and unanimous
vote, the Board agreed to support a resolution
sponsored by County Comimissioner Scott Armey
of Denton, Texas supporting prayer in the school
system. The Board also requested that Administra-
tor Wells draft a resolution on behalf of the Gulf
County Boarcd of Commissioners supporung prayer
in the school system
MAINTAINING STREET GLENN DRIVE s
Upon motion by Commissioner Peters, sec-
ond by Commissioner Armstrong, and unanimous
Vote, the Board agreed to maintain Glenn Drive In
Honeyville on as needed basis.
MO-TRIM OPERATION
Commissioner Peters motioned that the -mo-
trim not be operated until the fan Is installed.,
Commissioner Armstrong seconded the motion
and the motion passed unanimously.
WATER DEPARTMENT POLICY -
SThe Board agreed that the water will not be
turned on to a house unlessasomeone is 'at the
house at the time of the turn on and that this will
be standard policy. It was noted that the water will
be tuned on to the cut off valve if no one is horde.
ROAD DEPARTMENT OVERTIME
Commissioner Peters and Road Department
- Superintendent Lester discussed the distribution ,
of overtime among employees at the Rqad Depart-'
ment.
HOWARD CREEK WORK CAMP-THANK-
YOU LETTER
The Board requested that Administrator
Wells write a letter of thanks to Major Allgood for
his facilities efforts during the flood.
There being no further business, and upon
motion by Commissioner Traylor, second by Com-
missioner Hammond, amid unanimous vote, the
meeting did then adjourn at 7:42 p.m., EDT.

The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sloners met on August 11, 1994 is special, session
with the following members present: Chairman
Warren J. Yeager, Jr. and Commissioners Nathan
Peters. Jr. and Michael L. Hammond. Commission-
era Billy E. Traylor and uJessle V. Armstrong were
absent.
Others present were: Deputy Clerk Debbe
WIbberg, Administrator R. Larry Wells, and Plan-
ninig anmd Building Director Don Butler.
The meeting was called to order at 7:31
p.m., EDT.
Commissioner Michael L. Hammond opened
the meeting with prayer and Chairman Warren J.
Yeager, Jr. led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
INTERVIEW FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY PO-
SITION
The Board Interviewed attorney Barbara
Sanders for the position ocf County Attorney. After
discussion, Commissioner Peters motioned to re-
tain Ms. Sanders for the position of County Attor-
ney, effective Tuesday, August 23, 1994 for one (1)
year, at an annual retainer of $10,560.00 a year
and at an hourly rate of $95.00 for services out-
side of the retainer. Commissioner Hammond sec-
onded the motion and the motion passed unanti-
mously. It was noted that consultations with the
Board and staff, resolutions, preparation for the
meetings and meeting attendance would come un-
der the annual retainer.
There being no further business and upon
motion by Commissioner Hammond, second by
Commissioners Peters, and unanimous vote, the
meeting did then adjourn at 8:12 p.m., EDT.


Saying Good-Bye
For Shannon Barnes' arid Da-
nielle Densmbre our thoughts
are with you at the time of your
losses of your loved ones. Keep
them in your memories as you
think of the good times that you
shared with them.
Special Kids
"Kids are special people!"
Sometimes we adults forget the
uniqueness in them...take time to)
Just look at your child and find,
the special traits that lie beneath;
Campbell's Labels
We are accepting all Camp-
bell s labels plus labels from the
many incorporates such as Prego,
Swanson's. Mrs. Paul's. etc.


HOP


ON




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AND ORDER YOUR
COPY OF THE STAR
DELIVERED TO YOUR
DOOR EACH WEEK
OR PICK UP A COPY
AT ANY OF THE FOL-
LOWING LOCATIONS:
SOUTH BEACHES
*Indian Pass Raw Bar
*PICS #1
*PICS #2
PORT ST. JOE
eThe Star
eJr. Food Store
*Sing Store
*Saveway
oPiggly Wiggly
*St. Joe Hull
*Buzzett's
*Campbell's
WHITE CITY
*Hanmmond's Grocery
HIGHLAND VIEW
*Jr. Food Store
*Dixie Dandy
BEACHES
*Stwannee Swifty
*Jr. Food Store
MEXICO BEACH
*Express Lane
*Gulf Foods
*Mexico Beach Grocery
*Suwannee Swifty
*Jr. Food Store
*Mexico Beach Grocery
WEWAHITCHKA
'.McCarty's Grocery
*Rich's IGA
*Jr. Food Store
*Dixie Dandyr
*Jr. Food Mart


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1994 PAGE 5B


1978 Toyota mini-motor home,
very good condition, $2,800 negotia-
ble. Call 229-6326. 4tp.9/8
S. 1989 Mercury Grand Marquis
Colony" Park LS wagon, metallic blue/
navy leather interior,. 8 passenger,
loaded, low miles, $7;195. 229-8771
day, 227-1753 nights,. Port St. Joe.
itc 9/8
'92 Plymouth Laser Sporty, excel.
cond., burgundy w/tinted windows.
647-8058. 4tc 9/1
1986 Mercury Grand Marquis.
full power, cloth interior, S3.200.
648-8990. tfe 9/1-
1974 Ford truck, 4 wheel drive. 4
speed. new brakes, fresh paint, ready
to go. $2.500. 229-8577. tlc 9/1 .
CASH NOW BUYING
Used Cars and Trucks. Local and
out-of-state vehicles. Two locatons to
serve you. Mayhann Motor. Port St.
Joe, 229-6584. Mavhann Used Cars.
Wewahitchka. 639-5810.
tfc 9/1





STEVE'S OUTBOARD SERVICE,
White City. anytime, 827-2902.
,fc 9/


14'Boston Whaler with
20 hp Mercury, mint con-
dition. Call 227-2112, ask'
for Phil. See at St. Joe
Rent-All.
lifc 9/I





Mexico Beach. 400' off water. 2/
1.5 bath, all appliances. $450 month
and deposit. 647-3461. fc 9/8
One bedroom furnished apart-
ment. air conditioned, utilities Includ-
ed In rent. 1505 Monument Ave.


FO .ETIF:RN GARAGE. SALES ELPS IE


2 bedroom furnished trailer in,
Highland View. Deposit required. 227-
1260. It 9/8
2 bedroom, 1 bath mobile home,'
Ig. lot, washer, dryer. $300 monthly.
'$200 deposit, references required. No
pets. 227-7322. Itp 9/8;
Beachfront. Beacon Hill, one:
bdrm.. I 1/2 ba.. furnished towp-
house. $525 month. Call Parker Real-.
ty at Mexico Beach, 648-5777.
tfc 9/1
Mexico Beach, 2 bdrm., 2 ba. on
canal, unfurnished. no pets, $500
month and deposit.. Appliances In-
cluded. 648-5903. tfc 9/I
Recently remodeled 3 bdrm.. I
ba. with garden tub. screen porch.
gas stove. w/d hookup. $500 month
plus utilities. Bay St.. St. Joe Beach.
Call Parker Realty. 648-5777.
tfc 9/1
Mobile home. 2 BR. I 1/2 bath.
stove & ref. furnished, screened
porch. carport. private lot. Adults, no
pets. S275 per month, water fur-
nished. $150 deposit. 647-8772.
tfc 9/ 1
Apartment for rent: Beach view,
2 BR. furnished, washer, dryer. wa-
ter. trash Included. Mexico Beach.
Call after 9 p.m., 648-4112.
tfc 9/
2 bedroom unfurnished trailer at
St. Joe Beach. 647-5327.
tfc 9/1
The Phantry Hotel. Rooms Pri-
vate baths or dormitory style. Daily or
weekly rates. 302 Reid Ave. Port St.
Joe. 229-9000. tic 9/ 1 I


Nice. clean, 2 bdrm.. I bath un-
furnished trailer, located on St Joe
Beach. No pets. Call 647-5361. ,
tfc 9/I1
PINE RIDGE APTS., (904) 227-
7451. Rents starting at $225.00 per
mo. Affordable Living for low to mid-
die Income families. Featuring 1, 2 &
3 bedroom apts. with cen. h&a. ener-
gy saving appliances, patios & outside
storage. For hearing impaired call
(904) 472-3952. Equal Housing Op-
portunity. tfc 9/1


Liberty Manor Apts., 800 Tap-
per Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable
housing for the elderly and the
handicapped.
Cen. h &a, laundry facilities, en-
ergy efflcient const,, 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 Informa-
tion.
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS
tfc 9/I
OFFICE SPACE. Call George
Duren at 229-6031 and leave mes-
sage. tfc 9/ 1
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. 1 1/2
ba.. inside landry rnn, 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-utip.
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
c 9/I
Warehouses. small and large.
some with office. suitable for small
business. 229-6200. tfc 9/1
No need for wet carpets. Dry
clean them with HOST. Use rooms
right away. Rent machine. St. Joe
Furniture. 227-1251. thru 12/94




APARTMENT FOR RENT
2 bedroom, 1 bath, ch&a,
appliances, carpet, ceiling
fan, call Kenney 227-7241
or Phil 227-2112.
lfc 9/I


Yard Sale: Saturday, 9-1. 311
Buccaneer Drihe, Gulf Aire. Lots of
,treasures. Itc 9/8
Yard Sales, Faith Christian
School. 801 Twentieth St., Sat., Sept.
10 and 17, 8 a.m. 2 p.m. Rain can-
cels. 2tc 9/8
Garage Sale: SaLt., Sept. 10, 8:00
noon, 2000 Marvin Ave.. Stove,
washer & dryer, sofa & loveseat, end
-tables. bicycles, clothes, toys, and
much more. CASH ONLY PLEASE.
Itp 9/8
Garage Sale: Friday and Satur-
day, 8 a.m. noon. 241. Balboa St.,
St. Joe Beach. Lots of Items. Itc 9/8
Yard Sale: Sat.. Sept. 10. Lots of
things, come see us at corner of Ala-
bama & Canal, St. Joe Beach.'
Stp 9/8
Porch Sale. Saturday. Sept. 10. 8
a.m. 11 a.m. 212 Tapper Drihe.
Ward Ridge. I tc 9/8
3 family Yard Sale, Sat.. Sept. 10.
8 until. Too many items to mention.
1111 Garrison Ave.
Gigantic Yard Sale: Several fami-
lies. SatL. Sept. 10. 8:00 12:00. 106
St. Joseph Dr.. Port St. Joe (I street
past hospital street off Hwy. 98). Vari-
ous sizes clothes, household items.
exercise equipment, golf equipment.
carpet. bedspreads. drapes, etc.
Yard Sale, Sept. 10. 601 Garrison"
Ave. Hours 7:45 until. Clothes, baby
Items and miscellaneous items.
Yard Sale: Saturday. 8 a.m. until.
All size children's clothes, bicycles.
lots more. 106 2nd Ave., Oak Grove.
Fnday. Saturday and Sunday p.m.
I tp 9/8






CNA's needed for all shifts. Train-
ing available. Apply in person at Bay
St. Joseph Care Center. 220 Ninth
St.. Port St. Joe. tfc 9/1


Gulf Co. Assoc. for Retarded Citi-
zens. Inc. is seeking part-time dnrers
for Coordinated Transportation. Appli-
cants should possess a good driving
record, a Class D license and be able
to work flexible hours. Job descrip-
tion. qualifications and application
are available at Gulf ARC offices. 200
Peters, St.. Port St. Joe. Applications
will close ori Sept 19th at 4:30 p.m.
EEO. 2tc 9/8
Need a caring, responsible per-
son to supervise an eight year old af-
ter school in home at Gulf Aire Subd.
Call 6-18-5777 or 647-3444 nights.
Weekend babysitter. 2:30 10:00
p.m. Saturday and Sundays In your
home. I child. References required.
Call 229-9024. 3tp 9/1
Experienced babysitter to come
into home part-time with Christian
background and experience with
voung children. Please call 647-8889.
Proficient typist, at least 50
cwpm. with excellent language skills
In composition and grammar. A famil-
iarity with desk top publishing system
and graphic arts experience desired.
Submit written resume or apply In
person to: The Star. P. 0. Box 308.
Port St. Joe. FL 32456. tfc 7/21


Full time and part time weekends
and weekdays. Very strong industrial
mechanical skills required. Call 904-
227-3554 after 9 p.m. or Larry, 227-
3587. tfc9/1
C' areer..Opportunity. Opening foi
sales agent with Florida real estate li-
cense. Parker Realty of Mexico Beach.
S904-648-5777.! tfc 9/1
RN's and LPN's day or night shift
available. Apply in person, Bay St. Jo-
seph Care Center,' 220 9th St., Port
St. Joe. tfc 9/1'






FOUND: Black cat wearing white,,
flea collar between 5th St. & Carolina
Dr.. Mexico Beach. Call 648-8190.
I. Itc 9/8


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
PAYS! Call 227-1278 to place
yours. $3.50 for first insertion,
$2.00 a week for consecutive runs,
plus 5c per word for all over 20.


CORRECTIONS OFFICER 1

The Franklin County Sheriffs Department is
now accepting applications for the position of
Corrections Officer 1.

Applications may be picked up at the Franklin
County Jail Facility on Highway 65 in Eastpoint,
Florida.

Franklin County Sheriffs Department
Post Office Box 638
Eastpoint. FL 32328-0638
(904) 670-8500
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Il9Y8


,;1.


TRADE and SERVICE


9


Port St. Joe Lodge No. 11
g'," Reg. Stated Communication
1st and 3rd Thursday of each
'month. 8:00 p.m.. Masonic Hall.
214 Reid Ate.
Jim Mannon. W.M.
Bill Jordon. Sec.
" thru /94
American Legion Bingo Thurs-
day night, 7:00 p.m. Cash pnzes.
Early bird 5:00 p.m. Meetings Ist
Monday of each month. 8:00 p.m.
S ticf 8/4




THE FASHION EXCHANGE
220 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe
.: 227-3183
New & Used Clothing for the Entire
Family. Accessories and Misc. Items.
Hours10.am. 6 p m.
Closed Wed. & Sunday =, I


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


STUTZMAN CONST. CO.
All Types Roofing
30 years experience
Lic. #RB0030039, RC 0038936(3
'Where Quality Is Higher
Than Price", ,
229-8631

COUNSELING FOR CHILDREN,
ADOLESCENTS, AND ADULTS
Barbara K. Miner, LCSW, ACSW
License #SW0002721
518-A First St. Evenings & Sat. by Appt.
Port St. Joe, FL (904) 229-1018
tfc 8/4,


Handyman Service, Painting.
Hauling. Garage Cleaning. Landscap-
ing/Irrigation. Reasonable rates. Sat-
isfaction guaranteed. Gene Brady. call
anytime. 229-2618. 4tp 8/18


C. R. SMITH & SON
Backhoe work, aozer work, root
rake, front-ena loOaer, lot clearing.
septic oanks, drain fields. fill dirt.
Rt 2. Box A1C, Port SI. Joe
Phone 229-6018 |


CERAMIC TILE WORK
Floors or walls.
New or remodel.
24 years experience.
Free estimates.
Pete, 229-9033 si


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




AVOn

CATHERINE L. COLLIER
SIndepenaent Sales Representari e
211 Alien Memorial Way Port St. Joe T
(904) 229-6460


A Gift Shop for
CHILDREN of all Ages
e.' Books *I Toys etc.
My Very Own Book
528 6th St. Phore 227-1636


LIC V RF"'5 1 ,il-1i42
FREE ESITMAIES RG 0051008
ER 0011618;

JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
PLUMBING CONi Ri'CT-OR NEC'. CONSTRLIC TION rLEPAIRS-
REMODELING ESIErCNTIr L .-\. ) .. 'D ,..lr I C IRCl.L
INSTALLATION OI- ." l\,i .INES \VJD, SEWER LINES
MINor..I ELCcrRI'.-.
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA .,904/229-6821


Need Your Lawn Cut or other
Yard Work done? Call Mike or Chris
Mock. 229-6460. tLfc 8/4

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


STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
All Type Electrical Work
24 Hr. Service
LIC. oER0013168 INSURED
647-8081
ALAN STRICKLAND

We Buy, Pawn, Sell or Trade
Guns

Indian Swamp Campground
Hwvy. C-387. Howard Creek


"1

Wauneta's Accounting
& Income Tax

Wauneta Brewer St. Joe Beacn
647-5043


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


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


Surfside Serenity Group, Ist
United Methodist Church, 22nd St..
Mexico Beach. Monday 7:30: Friday
- 7:30. All times central. 647-8054.










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


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











MOrW.G RAKING WEEDING
EDGING e ETC.
C.J.'S Lawn






(904) 648-8492
Lic. #5455 tfc 9/.



BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN
CENTER
Small Engine Repair

Lawn Mowers
Weed Eaters .
Chain Saws \
** Generators.
*Pumps
STillers
Go-Karts
229-2727
328 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Open Meeting: Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 8:00 p.m.
Thursday. 8:00 p.m.
ALUANON
Sunday 4:00 p.m. &
Thurs.. 8:00 p.m.
All meetings at First Baptist Church
of Port St Joe. all times eastern


CENTIPEDE SOD
Free Estimates for
Top Quality Sod
BARBEE SOD COMPANY
639-5904
tfc9/1

JOHN F. LAW
LAWYER
1-904-265-4794
29 Years Experience
WORKER'S COMPENSATION
PERSONAL INJURY
NO RECOVERY...NO FEE
7229 Deerhaven Road, P.C. ,.,

T.L.C. Lawn Service
All Types of Yard t1ork
S' MOWING, RAKING, TRIMMING,
WEEDING, CLEAN OUTS
AND ROOF SWEEPING.
S REASONABLE MONTHLY OR
SEASONAL RATES AVAILABLE. '
Call 229-6435


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


AUCTION SERVICE
ESTATES, HOUSEHOLD,
BOATS, CARS, GUNS
Anything of Value!
Col. dafe -Carfk'
904-653-2563
Bus. Lic. #AB0001239
Auct. Lic. #AU0001737



Remodeling
Repairstc
New ConstructIon.


Weather Tight
T .)Construction

C Licensed & Insured
RR0060699 ,
Kevin O'Neill, Owner 229-8635
Stc 9/1


r ---- m
ISt. Joe Rent-All,
Small Engine Rep
Factory Warranty Ce


I.
0


Lawnmowers
Weedeate1's
Tillers
Chain saws
Generators
Pumps
Engine Sales

t -S.


706 1st St.-St.
227-21-12


,Inc.,
lairs
rnter

I.









Joe


-J


Harmon's Heavy Equipment Co.
Specializing In Black top Soil
BULL DOZERS BACKHOES LOADERS
TRACTORS DUMP TRUCKS
L 648-8924 or 648-5767 if no answer


FOSTER TREE &

LAWN SERVICE
No Job Too Big ,.
..... or Too Small
FREE ESTIMATES *
Licensed & Insured 904/639-5368
Pdl, thru 12/


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
SThe Weaahitchka State Bank has filed an
application for the establishment of an additional
branch office with.the state of Florida Division of
Banking and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corpo-
ration. The location of this, proposed Limited Ser-
vice branch-will be at 8134 West Highway 98, Port
St. Joe. Florida. Plans for this office include a
Drive-In Window facility which will handle deposits
and withdrawals for our existing customers while
at the same time make the Wewahitchka State.
Bank available to be of better service to the Port
St. Joe and Mexico Beach area. p
: Any person wishing to comment to this ap-
plication may file his or her comments, In writing,
with the Regional Director of the Federal Deposit
insurance Corporation at Its Regional Office locat-
* ed atMarquis One Building. 245 Peachtree Center
.. .Avenue, N.E., Suite 1200, Atlanta, Georgia 30303.
before processing this application has been comn-
pleted. Processing will be completed no earlier
than the 15th day following either the date of the
last required publication or the date of receipt of
.* the application by the FDIC. whichever is later
e period may be extended by the Regional Direc-
S tor forgood cause. The nonconfidential portion of
this application file Is available for inspection with-


Refrigerator, freezer $300: full
size washer & dryer $200' queen size
pedestal bed frame $250; rear wind-
shield fits 91-94 Ford truck $50; NSA
> P water purification system $100 obo
on Items. 647-3554. lie 9/8

S Crafts make excellent gifts.
Christmas is coming soon so order
yours now! Assorted types of crafts.
Can also do wedding flowers. Come
by 214 8th St., PSJ or call Beth at
229-6325. 4tp 9/8

Refrigerator. frostfree Frigidaire
15.0 cu. ft.. good cond. $150. 827-
2867. 1te 9/8
S., Window air conditioner, 24.000
btu. excel. cond. 229-8900. Ite 9/8

Bruner D-1000 water softener
; system with clock timer. Removes
iron and sand from water. Good con-
dition. $200. Call 827-8920 after 6
Sp.m. ltp 9/8

I Jenny Lihd baby bed w/
mattress & bumpers; I brown striped
loveseat; I dining table, 6 chairs &
hutch. 227-1618. ltc 9/8


One 86" sofa. $75 for more de-
S- tails. Call 229-8611. 1 tc 9/ 8


30 gal. aquarium w/power filter.
everything you need to set up $60.
229-8577. tfc 9/1


Tired of flea dips & sprays? Ask
S BARFIELD'S LAWN & GARDEN. 229-
2727 about HAPPY JACK STREAKERI
One streak down the back. around
the neck and down the stomach lasts
14 days. Available O-T-C BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN. 229-2727.
4tc 9/l


Port St Joe Western Auto now
honoring Panama City Western Auto
Co. store advertised tire sale prices.
Computerized WHEEL ALIGNMENT.
Sears Card now at Port SL Joe West-
ern Auto. Discover TOOl 227-1105.
Ltc 9/I

HAPPY JACK FLEABEACON:
Electronic device controls fleas in the
home without pesticides. Patented de-
sign creates burst of light fleas can't
resist. Results overnighL BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN. 229-2727.
l0tc 7/14

Western Auto Special. Computer
spin balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105. tfc9/1
Port St. Joe Western Auto now
honoring entire Panama City West-
ern Auto company store advertised
sale prices. 227-1105. 219 Reid
Ave. Lfc 9/ 1

Craftsman tools and Die Hard
batteries are available now at West-
ern Auto Store, 219 Reld Ave. 227-
1105. tfc 9/1

Electrolux and all other vacu-
ums. repairs and sales, bags. any-
thing for any vacuum and any central
built-in vac's. Callaway Vacuum &
Sewing Machines. Tyndall Parkway.
near Hwy. 22, Panama City. FL
32404. 763-7443 or 1-800-717-7253.
.' pd. thru 9/1/94.

Attention Attention Atten-
tion: Lawn service & tractor work. B
& J Enterprise. reasonable rates. Call
827-2805 or 827-2876. 52tp 1/7


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


Sunshine Obedience Clinic. Reg-
Istration begin at 7:00 p.m. EDT on
Sept. 19th. Proof of shots required.
S-For further information call 648-
S"5693. Puppy tips available. 2to 9/8
UKC, rat terrier pups. $125 and
'-, treeing felst. $150. Call 648-5306.
Looking for Mr. Gorgeous? Beau-
tiful 3 yr. Golden Palomino gelding w/
S' snow white mane & tail. Ready to
:" show.or to trail ride. AQ-IA / PHBIA -
double registered. Has PHBA points.
Extra gentle. $3,500 may be flexible.
Serious inquiries only. 904-827-6812.
2tc9/1
FREE to good home, I year old
-.' female 1/2 Rottweiler, 1/2 German
.1. ,shepherd, spayed. Good with kids.
S Must have fenced In yard. 227-7586
S ,2 after5:30. i c, 9/1





LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery
Road, 1 mile off Overstreet Road, 9
miles south of Wewa. Owner financ-
: : Ing. qL -k, 949t.Z'.'


in one day following the request for such file. It
may then be Inspected in the Corporation's Re-
gional Office during regular business hours. Photo-
copies of Information in the nonconfidential por-
tion of this application file. will be made available
upon request A schedule of charges for such cop-
ies can be obtained from the Regional Office.
Publish: August 18 & 25, September 1 & 8, 1994.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FL
CASE NO. 94-274
IN RE:The.Marriage of
R. PETER BATTEN,
Petitioner,
And
SUZANNE LEA BATTEN, .
Respondent..
NOTICE OF ACTION
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Suzanne Lea Batten
Whereabouts Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an acoon'
for dissolution of marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a copy of your


For Sale by Owner: 1.4 acres at
Simmons Bayou, close to golf cours-
es, town and beaches. Call 229-2708.
after 5 p.m. ifc 9/8

3 bedroom home, nicely land-
scaped with big deck and large pool.
plus privacy fence. Good location.
nice neighborhood. Call 229-6713 af-
ter 5:30 p.m. tfc 9/1

14'x70' Fleetwood mobile home
with lot, new cen. ac, 1/2 mile from
Lands Landing. Quiet neighborhood.
paved roads, $24.500. 904-227-1313.
Lfc 9/1

For sale by owner: Brick 3 BR. 2
ba. 2,150 sq. ft. living space, 1.5
acres, Whispering Pines in Wewa. As-
sumable loan to qualified buyer. By
appL 639-2193. tfc 9/I

3 bdrm.. I ba. home. Ceiling
fans, new carpet, wallpaper. cen. air
, cond., stor. shed & more. Friendly.
quiet neighborhood. Westcott Circle.
$58.000. 904-227-1313. tfc 9/1


3 bedroom. 2 bath home, land-
scaped yard, sprinkler system. well.
163 Nautilus Dr.. Sea Shores Subdivi-
sion, St. 'Joe Beach. 647-3329 after
6:00 p.m. litp9/l

Country cottage on the Dead
Lakes. Waterfront loL Perfect for Do-
IL-Yourselfer. $500.00 and take over
payments. (904) 674-8427.
4tp 8/25

Like new remodeled white &
peach block home. Hwy. 71. Honey-
ville. 2 1/2 acres. 1.325 sq. ft.. 3 bd..
I ba. ch&a, dbl. carport, breezeway.
utility. 278' deep well, new pump &
water softener. Call 639-5804.
S" tfc9/1

A MUST SEE. 301 20th St. Large
4 bedroom, 3 bath house on large cor-
ner lot c/h&a, double garage and
carport. Deck. 4,000 sq. ft. under
roof, abundant storage throughout-
For appt. call 229-8076 or 784-784 1.
tfc 9/1

High and dry, 5 acre homesite.
240 ft. well, septic, workshop, 1 1/2
mile N. Dead Lakes Pk. $19.500. 647-
3581. tfc 9/1

Luxurious two bedroom. 2 bath
brick home in desirable neighbor-
hood, formal dining, great room. in-
door laundry. luxurious master bed-
room with supersized walk-in closet.
Sunporch, In-ground pool. privacy
fenced yard. Many extras. Ideal for
empty nesters. 229-8276.
4tp 8/18

Good, single family lot In Gulf
Aire, 75'xl25', access to tennis court
swimming pool, dedicated beach.
647-5142. tfc 9/1

Half acre lots for sale, Hwy. 386.
Overstreet. $500 down. $96.48 per
month, 120 months. Call and leave
message. 229-6031. tfc 9/ 1


Beautiful bay front lot on St. Jo-
seph Peninsula., 55.000. Financing
available. Call 229-6031. leave mes-
sage. fc 9/1
2 bdrm.. I ba. house for sale.
1080 sq. ft., 5 years old. Located on
1/2 acre corner lot. 7 miles north of
Overstreet on Cemetery Rd. For more
Information please call 648-8686, ask
for Patty. tfc 9/1

1029 McClellan Ave., PSJ. for
Sale by Owner. Completely remod-
eled. 3 bdrm. (I sm.. I bath, Fla. rm.,
new roof. carpet. cen. ac/h, wiring.
plumbing. etc. Well w/auto. sprinkler.
system, fenced in backyard, $56.000
0bo. By appt. only. 229-6861.
S tfc 9/1


1/2 acre lot with septic tank.
.$9,500. Overstru-eet Road. Owner fi-
nancing, 227-2020, ask for Billy,
tfc 9/1


For Sale by OwnerI
Beautiful 2 story energy efficient
house on 1 1./2 comer lot. 1916
Forest Park Ave, 2 story foyer.
High ceilings throughout house, 3
Ig. bedrooms on second' floor.
Master bedroom 16'8"x 17'6", Ig.
spa tub, walk-in closet. 2 1/2 ba.
-Den, vaulted living, coffered din-
ing room. kitchen, breakfast,
nook. family rm.. Ig. utility rm... 3
car garage. Privacy fence, patio.
Call 229-6859.
4tp 8/25


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nies generated from the sales are
used by DEP in research includ-
ing studies on habitat, popula-
tion, tagging and 'traps, and to
enhance and promote those. spe-
cies.
For further information and
entry forms, contact Dodie Zeiler,
DEP, Office of Environmental Ed-
ucation, MS 30, 3900 Common-
wealth Blvd., Tallahassee, FL
32399-3000.


Card of Thanks
U The family of Mamie Lou
S Smith wishes to express our sin-
cere appreciation to all the
friends who prayed for us and
helped us In so many ways to
lighten our hearts and help us get
through this time of sorrow.
We especially thank everyone
for the delicious food and drinks.
Also, a special thanks to Mrs.
1 Culpepper for taking care of re-
':' turning the dishes and Mrs. Wil-
son for her special service during
our time of need.
The Famil 0Mamie Lou Smith


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Classifieds!




BOB MOORE

Your Common Sense Candidate


written defenses, If any, to this 'action on R. Peter
Batten, Petitioner, c/o Attorney Mike Carter, P.O.
Box 566, Crawfordvllle, Florida -32326, on or be-
fore September 22, 1994, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court before service on Petitioner
or Immediately thereafter. If you fall to do so, a de-
fault will be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the petition.
WITNESS my, hard and the seal of this court
on August l9, 1994..
CLERK OF THE COURT
By* /s/ Gale E. Harris
Deputy Clerk
Publish: August 25; September 1, 8, & 15, 1994.

PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the Gulf County
Sheriffs Office has vehicles that will be disposed of
per Flonda Statute if not claimed by the owners on
or before September 23. 1994. Listed below are the
registered owners and drivers of the respective ,e-
hicles at the lime of impound
1. 1981 Chevy Van. FL/KGQ955
VIN# CCG15D9B4106558
REGISTERED TO Michael C. Simmons.
3150 Atlantic Avenue. Daytona Beach. FL
32118-6224
DRIVER James Jody Simkins
2. 1984 Ford 2 Dr. JPG78X
VIN IFABPO425EW128342
REGISTERED TO: Shirley D Lucas.
PO. Box 557. Forehand Rd., Wewahltchka. FL
32465-0557
DRIVER Clay Lucas
3 1981 Chevy Chevette 4 Dr. NO TAG
VIN# IGIAB6896BY258380
REGISTERED TO: No Record on VINR
DRIVER: Steven A. Clevenger
4. Black Ford Falrlane
VINe 8K93113919328
DRIVER Robert Andrews
Owners making claim must present evidence
of ownership at the Gulf County SherilTs Office at
1000 5lh St. Port St Joe, FL 32456 or call 190-11
227-1115.
Publish: September 1 & 8, 1994.

Wewabltcbhk Chlorination System
Project Number 00203
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
OWNER. City ofWewahitchka
P.O Box 966
117 East 2nd Street
Wewahltchka, FL 32465
Sealed BIDS for supplying equipment for the
following project. WATER TREATMENT PLANT -
CHLORINATION SYSTEM, will be received by the
City Commissioners of the City of Wewahlichka at
the City Hall, located at 117 E. 2nd Street.
Wewahitchka. Florida, until 500 p.m Central
Daylight Time. Monday. October 3. 1994. and then
at said office publicly opened and read aloud.
Copies of the specifications may be obtained
at the office of Preble-Rish. Inc.. located at 326
Reid Avenue. Port St. Joe. Florida 32456
The owner has the right to taive any
Informalities or to reject any or all bids.
Sealed bids should be clearly marked
'WATER CHLORINATION SYSTEM on the front of
.the envelope.
Publish September 8 & 15. 1994

SURPLUS EQUIPMENT
AUTO PAINT AND BODY EQUIPMENT
The Gulf County School Board will receive
sealed bids for the sale and removal of one (1)
Body/Frame Repair System, serial hA 45742.
Blackhawk Korek Is the identified manufacturer.
The Body/Frame Repair System Is located in the
automobile paint and body shop building behind
Port SL Joe High School The Body/Frame Repair
System may be inspected during the hours 8.00
a.m.-4.00 pmr,. Monday Friday. Interested
persons should contact Temple Watson at 19041
229-8256 or 1904) 639 2871. Bids will be received
until 12.00 noon. EDT. on September 16. 1994. at
Lithe Administrative Offices of the Gulf County
School Board. 502 Niles Road. Port St. Joe. FL
32466. Bids must be sealed and clearly marked
"Body/Frame Repair System 95-002".
Publish. September 8& 15, 1994.

NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 9394-27
The Gulf County Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County. Florida, will receive sealed
bids from any person, company, or corporauon for
the following equipment and services:
One III radio dispatch console, all
appurtenances/attachments and com-
S -plete installaton'wththe.'following ca-
pabilities/features-
Minimum 12 channel capable
Installed with following simplex/
duplex channels and appropriate pri-
mate lines 154.995. 155.370.
460 125. 460500. 460.275. 463.025.
and 462.975 MIfZ
DC Remote operation
GE Code 3 tone encoder compatible
Headset w/boom mic compatible
List price for Desk top console and
for recessed mount console
Installed ASAp list date)
Warranty One II year minimum
Addendum Prices
headset w/boom microphone
Delivery Date must be specified.
ULiquidated damages for failure to deliver
unit on specified date will be set at $25.00 per
day.
Please Indicate on envelope that this Is a
SEALED BID, the BID NUMBER, and what the bid
is for.
Bids will be received until 5:00 pm., EDT.
Tuesday. September 27, 1994. at the Office of the
Clerk of Court. Gulf County Courthouse. 1000
Fifth Street. Port St Joe. Florida 32456. The
Board reserves the right to reflect any and all bids
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
'GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
/s/ Warren J. Yeager. Jr., Chairman
Publish: September 8 & 15. 1994



Stamp Art Contest
The sixth annual snook and
crawflsh stamp design contest.
sponsored by the Department of
Environmental Protection (DEP).
begins September I and contin-
ues through September 30. The
contest Is open to any artist not
employed by DEP
Each September DEP con-
ducts the contest to determine
the design for next year's snook
and crawfish stamps:
*The designs must be an orig-
inal piece of work by the submit-
ting artist.
*Designs shall be multicol-
Sored; artist may use water colors,
oils, oracrylics.
*Designs must be matted; no
glass frames are allowed.
*Each entry must be accom-
panied by the omcial contest en-
try form. ,.
S Twvo designs per artist ac-
cepted.
The entries are judged by a
selection committee appointed by
DEP secretary and winners are
chosen prior to November 30.
The winning artists) Is/are
awarded the first 50 prints as to-
tal compensation for the design,
with an option to purchase the
corresponding stamps from the
Department. Winning prints (and
proofs) become the property of
the State of Florida; The remain-
ing 200 prints, along with the
corresponding stamps, will be of-
fered for sale to the public. Mo-


COUNTY JUDGE


4 Fantasy Properties, Inc.
1200 U.S. Hwv. 98
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
(904) 648-5146 or 1-800-458-7478

NEW LISTING ,RE-LTR
St. Joe Beach: 25 A/B Bay Street. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. un-
furnished A unit, 3 bdrm. 2 ba. furnished B unit. Good
investment property. $74,900.




SALES RENTALS

PROPERTY

MANAGEMENT


l JOHN M. DELORME, Realtor


ELLEN F. ALLEMORE. Realtor J


Let's keep ROBERT






TRAMMELL



AS OUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE








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Dear Friends:

For the past eight years-you have allowed me

to serve as your state representative. Working

together, many things have been

accomplished, but there is more to be done!



I need your vote today (Thursday) so that we

can continue our work for the people and

District 7*.

Thank you,







* District 7 Includes all or part of the following counties: Bay, Calhoun, Gadsden, Gulf,
Jackson, Leon, Liberty and Walton.
Pd. Pol. Adv. Paid for by the Campaign Account of Robert Trammell. Jack Peacock. Treasurer


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Shown is Bill Riley, Power
Superintendent at St. Joe
Forest Products Company,
presenting Kenneth P. Ellis,
left, with a check upon his
retirement after'41 years of
service as a Turbine Operator
in the Electric Power Depart-
ment.




Card of Thanks
We would like to thank all
our friends who stood by these
past five years during my hus-
band's illness.
You made sure each day that
I got to the hospital, nursing
home, or to other errands.
Thanks for all the calls. vis-
its, prayers, food, cards, and flow-
ers; especially to Father Jim Lam-
bert. the wonderful ladies of the
Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic
Church, Minister Bo Boyette of
Friendship Baptist Church, and
Spectrum Home Health. God
bless you all.

Nellie Klope &
Daughter, Nancy Durdon


THE STAR. PORT ST. JOB. FL 9 THURSDAY. SEPT. S. 1994


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