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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: October 20, 1994
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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INDUSTRY -DEEP WATER PORT FINEPEOPLE SAFEST BEACHES IN FLORIDA


FIFTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NUMBER 8


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1994


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Drainage Ditch Is Crux


of Problem


Jim McKnight, right, chief executive officer and Margaret Barlow, board chairman of the Wewa-
hitchka Medical Center's directors accept the deed to land donated by FICO Farms, represented by
Keith Walden, left.


i All of the heavy rains in recent weeks have high-
lighted several serious drainage problems in the city.
Concerned citizens from Ward Ridge approached the
Sity Commission at its regular meeting Tuesday air-
ing serious flooding problems on the north side of
Barbara Drive.
Mayor Pate pointed out to the group that there
was no easy solution to the problem. Pate said, "The"
Problem was inherited from the county" when Ward
Ridge, became part of the City of Port St. Joe. Pate
continued, explaining that the elevation of the drain-
age ditch was not proper to carry the water away
from the property being flooded.
. Ralph Rish with Preble-Rish, Inc. also pointed to
the drainage ditch elevation being the culprit of the
problem. Rish said the problem was compounded by
he fact that several driveways had been placed over
the ditch which would make correcting the elevation
|roblem.,even more difficult since the driveways were
not' put into grade either.
-' Comm. Charles Tharpe interjected stating that
something needed to be done to correct the problem.
. Mayor Pate called the group of property owners
6p to the commission table where the commission-


ers and property owners carried out a round table.
"discussion/workshop" and decided to check and
see if it would be possible to gain easements to es-
tablish an additional drainage ditch going to either
Niles' Road or a mosquito control drainage ditch'
nearby.
In other business:
The Commission heard a variance request from
Pamela Williams. She explained that she was trying
to rebuild her home which had been destroyed by
fire, in its previous location. The commission agreed
to the variance since it was a matter of reconstruc-
tion on an established location.
City employee Robert Scott complained that he
felt he had been treated unfairly in pay advance-
ments by the City. Scott was instructed to try to re-
solve the problem with his supervisor and if he
couldn't then to get back with the Board.
Police Chief Bucky Richter advised the Board
he had hired Tracy Sanders as a full-time dispatcher
replacing retired dispatcher Electa Frary. Richter
also advised that Cindy Bremer had been hired to fill
a part-time dispatcher position previously held by
Sanders.


FICO Donates Land to Wewa Medical


Keith Walden. Chairman of
the Farmers Investment Compa-
ny was the honored guest at a re-
ception held this past Friday at
Wewahitchka Medical Center.
During the ceremony. Mr. Walden
officially presented the Center
with the deed to 1.58 acres of
land adjoining the medical cen-
ter's existing property and bound-
ed by River Road and Pine View
Drive.


The deed was accepted by
Jim McKnight. Chief Executive
Officer and Margaret Barlow,
Board Chairperson for the Medi-
cal Center. Mr. McKnight remind-
ed the audience that it was Mr.
Walden and FICO Farms that do-
nated the property in 1979 that is
now the home of the Medical Cen-
ter and ambulance service.
"Mr. Walden. I know your


company grows some mighty fine
blueberries and pecans, but' I
would submit to your that for our
community some of the best
seeds you ever planted were the
donation of the property for the
ambulance service and medical
center," said McKnight. "Those
seeds have born great fruit, the
ambulance service has saved the
tax payers of Gulf County one
million.dollars since Its inception


'and lessened the bills to patients
by another million dollars. The
medical center expanded into
dental and educational services.
and into other counties and now
has 70 full-Uime employees. 25 in
Wewahlitchka alone. We will try to
use this donation as wisely as we
did yout,in.itial donation in 1979."
The medical center used the
occasion to present its 1994
.Commmunity Partnership Award to


FICO and Mr. Walden. Mr.
McKnight commented. "FICO has
been a quality corporate citizen
and partner. They have support-
ed little league teams and other
civic activities In addition to do-
nating the aforementioned prop-
erty to benefit all of the communi-
ty. FICO is a shining example of a
company that has the communi-
ty's interest at heart and knows
how to give back.'


Center

The Medical Center will use
the donated land for a number of
purposes including the construc-
tion of a specialty clinic. adminis-
tration building, and permanent
home for the Head Start program.
Mr. McKnight stated."This do-
nation will allow us to expand the
scope of our services to the com-
munity and will go a long way in
closing the gap in the county's
health care system."


Duren atmed


to GCCC Board


George W. Duren. Port St. Joe
supermarket owner and licensed
real estate broker/salesperson.
was recently appointed by Gov-
ernor Lawton Chiles to the Dis-
trict Board of Trustees at Gulf


George W. Duren


Coast Community College. Duren
will fill the seat left vacant by the
death of Amelia G. Tapper.
GCCC President Bob McSpad-
den expressed his pleasure at
Duren's appointment. "George
Duren has had a long history of
service to his community," he
pointed out. "He has held sub-
stantial, positions of responsibility
in Port St. Joe and will bring to
our board that experience as well
as' his business expertise and
judgement."
A native of Mbultrie, Georgia.
Duren attended public schools in
Port St. Joe and graduated from
Florida State University, with ,
bachelor of Science degree in Fl-
nance. He is a member and part
president of the Port St. Joe-Gulf
County Chamber of Commerce. a
local- director of the First Union
National Bank of Florida, a mem-
ber and past president of the Port
St. Joe Kiwanis Club and a board
member and committee chairman
of the Gulf County School Board
District Advisory Couicil-Blue-
print 2000. Duren also served as
a member of the board of direc-
tors of the Florida State Universi-
ty Stavros Center for Economic
Education.


The new facilities in Frank Pate Park adjoining the St. Joseph's the newly refurbished tennis courts. The courts have professional
Bay, are proceeding along well. Shown in the photograph above are surface and should be an improvement over current facilities.


"911" Going into Action Tuesday, November 1 at 10:00 AM


It's now definite. Marshall Nelson, director
of 911 emergency services in Gulf County has
given a date and time for the new service to go
* into action.
On November 1, at 10:00 a.m., Gulf
County's version of Enhanced 911 will go
into service.
Nelson said the county will be leasing the
hardware involved in the operation' from St.
Joe Telephone and Telegraph Company and*
the county will be furnishing the personnel to
actually man the computers and doing the
dispatching of emergency services.
"This is all being paid for with the 504 sur-
charge which has been placed on your tele-
phone for the past three years, to purchase
equipment and operate the service in the
county," Nelson said. But, had it not been for
two grants of funds the county has been able
to secure from the state of Florida and St. Joe
Communications purchasing the hardware a
year or two ago, we still wouldn't have the ser-
vice in operation, he told the Rotary Club last
Thursday.
Computers and switching equipment for
the system, cost in the neighborhood of
$500,000. The county has raised a little more


than $200,000 in nearly three years with the
504 surcharge on telephone bills. This levy
will continue to pay the lease charge.
TWO CENTRAL ANSWERING STATIONS
According to Nelson, Gulf county will have
two answering points for all emergencies
throughout the county. The two stations will
be located in the Port St. Joe Police Depart-
ment and in the Gulf county Sheriffs office.
'This is primarily because these two answer-
ing points have been established for years.


Port St. Joe PD will answer all emergency calls
inside the city limits and the Sheriffs Depart-
ment will field calls originating outside the
City of Port St. Joe," Nelson said.
The 911 director said about 51% of the
names of people in' the county have already
been loaded in the master computer. They will
be up-dated and added to before the Novem-
ber 1 start-up date.
The names contained in the central com-
puter contain such associated information as
the number of people living in the.house, spe-
cial situations, house and street number and
special information which may be needed by
emergency people.
HOUSE NUMBERS NEEDED
Nelson said home owners must put the
number of their home or business on display
outside their home or building. "Before No-
vember 1,' we will visit every building in the
county, and place a packet of directions and
information for the occupant to conform to, in
order to make his dwelling easy to locate in
case of an emergency. The system will be no
good if people don't know how to use it and if
the emergency people can't find the physical
location of a dwelling or building.


Homes in Port St. Joe had their addresses
and street names all remain the same. "Some
outside the city had to be changed for clarity
and to remove any confusion on trying to lo-
cate them," Nelson' said. 'We have all that. be-
hind us now and are merely putting it in some
sort of form to be able to present it to the peo-
ple," he said.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL
The director said the Emergency Medical
system won't be in operation until after the
first of the year. 'We have the hardware in
place," he said. 'We just have to train the
crews to give the kind of emergency advice
over the phone which will most help people."
"On the November 1 start-up, we will be
able to offer all of the E-911 services except
the medical treatment instructions over the
phone," Nelson pointed out.
Also the 911 computers will be able to pin-
point the exact location and the telephone a
call for assistance is made from. 'The emer-
gency aid will go 6ut before the caller gets
through giving the information he will be
asked. The asking for information is merely to
verify what is in the computer," he said.


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Flooding Problems.



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THE STAR

PAGE TWO 'THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20,1994


CofC Action

WE THINK IT PROPER that the Chamber of Commerce get
into the business of trying to get a marina built here ,in Port St.
Joe. They are the "natural" organization to oversee such a move-
ment, because they have the contacts and they have full time
people employed to spend on the project.
Our Chamber, has become more and more active, involved in
even more complicated activities, for the good of the county and
Port St. Joe.
The Chamber is already the mother of the Port St. Joe Arts
and Crafts Festival, the Tupelo Honey Festival, monthly break-
fasts, publishing several different publications each year to ad-.
vertise the assets of Gulf County and many other things which
keep the county and its attributes in front of the proper people.
THE PROPOSED MARINA is possibly the most ambitious
-project the Chamber has ever become involved in. A marina
:costs' big money and involves many permits, requiring special
expertise during these days and times. Apalachicola and Carra-
belle obtained their marinas before building on or near the water
became such a tickle-ish project. Mexico Beach had the vaca-
tioners and a canal already in place to boost their chances at
getting their marina built.
Gulf County/Port St. Joe have no natural facilities to devel-
op. They have a need to do some dredging, a need to build a pier
out into the bay and other things which need complicated provi-
sions and permits in order to get permits to do what they need
to do.
OF COURSE A MARINA will need to solve many problems
before the county or city gets permission to begin work, but it
will also need a goodly sum of money.
For these two reasons, the Chamber has its work cut out for
it. But they don't have to sell the project to the people. A marina
has been a desire of our people for quite a number of years. Sev-
eral attempts, which eventually had to be aborted, have been
launched to build a marina. All were ill financed, even though
the desire for accomplishment was there. The late John Robert
Smith came closer than anyone else to realizing the ultimate
goal. He actually headed up a movement to get a marina built,
but the movement ran out of money and was stalled about the
time a location was made available and partially prepared.
This time, there are more "indians" and fewer "chiefs" in-
volved. This could be the attempt which will put the project over.
We surely need It!



Unwanted Attention
SCALLOPS IN ST. JOE bay have always been a closely
guarded secret until recent years, when they became the target
of people from all walks of life. Mainly, the scallops became so
popular because they could be harvested with a minimum of
equipment and family members of all ages could be involved in
the taking of the shellfish, offering one of the few activities which
could be enjoyed by the entire family.
That's the way it was until the Florida Marine Fisheries got
into the act, however. Now, scallops are all but an endangered
species with the FMC feeling it is duty-bound to protect the
- shellfish from those nasty people who are harvesting them all
'ih'-fie regard to the future.
''THE SAME GOES FOR mullet, oysters, shrimp, mackerel,
etc. The FMC says people and their harvesting practices are do-
ing away with a valuable natural resource.
Well, the FMC is correct! Man is responsible! But the FMC is
looking at the wrong man as the culprit in this case and in al-
most every case of seafood destruction. Who FMC should be lev-
elling his control sights at, if they wish to see some sort of viable
protection, is the developer! Although, we don't suppose they
could suspect developers along the seashore being guilty of de-
struction of seafood incubation areas with immunity from any
criticism; their sights would at least be pointed in the right di-
rection.
THE FMC IS INTRODUCING an exercise in futility by nar-
rowing down the season on scallops in St. Joseph Bay. They're
wasting their time!
Why? Well, any seasoned scallop harvester-commercial or
recreational-will tell you in a heartbeat that scallops in St. Jo-
seph Bay are not large enough to be worth the effort of picking
them up until the last of July or first of August. The waters of
the bay are too cold to go splashing around for scallops after the
last of September or mid-October, though a few die-hard scallop-
ers will brave the chill.
So, men, the size of the scallops and the temperature of the
water will serve to regulate scallop seasons. You can go back to
agitating net fishermen and shrimpers without TED's.


bunker Down with Kes


by Kesley C
*. ) ,. *' :. "' 1


I Came Out...The Winner?


I received the exciting an-
nouncement last week that I had
been chosen 'as a grand winner
and was ABSOLUTELY GUARAN-
TEED a wonderful prize. This
sounded too godd to be true. My
name had been "personally" cho-
sen from a "select few" on their
"special friends" list. I even had


my own 'personal" confirmation
number. It was "absolutely free"
and wouldn't cost me a thing.
"Never worry about money again."
All I had to do was call my own
"personal" 1-800 number. Friend-
ly, courteous operators are stand-
ing by.....
The only thing that bothered
me here Just a little bit was my
very special, personal invitation
was addressed to Mr./Mrs. Kel-
sey Calbert.
"Hello sir, I'm calling about
my--"
"Ineedyourconfirmationnumb
erit'sintheupperrighthaidcornerof
yourgrandprizewinnercertificateof


awardletterjustaboveyourname,pl
easeh urrythereareothercallerss ta
ndlngby."'
He went so fast, I didn't catch
nothing except confirmation
.number. I read it off, very slowly.
There was a short pause.
'Arey uMr.KelseyCalbert?"
'Well. no sir, it's Kesley Col-
bert."
CongradulationsMrColbert.yo
u'vewonourgrandprizevacationfort
wotoalmostanywhereyouchoosein
ihecontinentalUnitedStatesjustse
ndustivohundredandfortyninedoll
arsaperson.andwewillrushourtrav
elbrochurestoyou-"
'"Wat a minute! Time Outl


HOLD ITI" You can't hardly break
in when those friendly, courteous
operators get to reading from the
prepared script. "I thought this
was a free prize!"
"Oh,comeonnowMr.Colbertrio
thlngisfree."
"Sure, there are things in life
that are free!"
"Mr. Colbert, nothing is free.
Thetwofortyninelsasmallsurcharg
e..... .
He was off and running down
the programmed list of "absolute-
ly wonderful" and "breathtaking"
places available I was doing a
little running of my own, but in a
different direction...
"Sir. the gift of eternal life
through Jesus Christ is "abso-
lutely" free. As a matter of fact,
you can't eam it yourself, "not of
works lest any man should
boast," all you have to do is be-
lieve -" .
"Itcan'tbefree.Everythinghasa
price tag.Areyoulnterestedinthepa
ckage?l'vegototherpeop--"..
This guy must be from NEW
JERSEY! And he was beginning
to grate on me a little. "What
about those soldiers that stormed
ashore at Normandy back in
June of 1944? Many of them end-
ed up face down in the sand. Or
how about those young. Navy
guys in the South Pacific dodging
Kamikaze planes? You can back
up to the Argonne Forest, the Ala-
mo, Valley Forge. Now, they paid
a price-and what a price-but
without complaint and at no
charge what so ever to the next
generation as they passed that
hard won freedom on down the
line. It didn't cost us nothing. We
just enjoy-" .
"0. K.,O.K.whataboutthetrip"
"You got a mother, listen to
this. My first year in little league I
didn't have a pair of cleats. We
couldn't afford baseball shoes-
I'd have to make do. I'm eight
years old. You think I under-
stand? I cried for two days. Moth-
er took an extra job at the saw-
mill on Tuesday. Saturday
afternoon I had a brand new pair
of real ball shoes. Now, under-
stand, they cost my mother, she
paid dearly-for-themi; my dad was
insulted, my brothers got put on
the back burner and I came out
of the whole deal with a free-for-
nothing-here-it-is gift. I hadn't
lifted a finger. Don't give me that
everything costs bunk."
"Mr. Colb-"
"I remember one time in high
school, taking Millicent Black-
burn to the Future Farmers of
America dance. I bought a new
shirt that looked good with my
blue corduroy FFA jacket, I took
her out to eat, I bought her a cor-
sage. I'gassed up the car in case
we got a chance to ride around af-
ter the dance-listen here, I went
all out. I figured all told, I spent
about eight dollars on this night.
If and when I got a kiss from Mil-
licent it would be. the old fash-
ioned way-I'd earned Itl You still
with me?
"Uh-Uh."
"Along about ten o'clock, Mil-,
lie gathered up with Graylene and

(See KESLEY on Page 3)


At Last A Properly Built Tennis Court with Professional Surface


I .WAS PULLING out of the
First Union Bank parking lot the
other day and happened to glance.
over at the progress being made
on the new city park being devel-
oped behind the bank..
The centerpiece of that park
Is a completely new tennis court-
The old court, which stood be-
hind the bank for several years,
was torn out and a new court
built in its place.
But that's not the subject of a
column, although I guess it could
-be. I could spend the remainder
'of the space of this column to
reminisce about how the court
was built by the Rotary Club,
Back when my late uncle, Ed
Ramsey, was president of the
club. It was at the insistence of
Uncle Ed and largely due to his
work and scrounging that the
court got built in the first place.
That court served Port St. Joe
for many years. Almost every eve-
ning during the summer months,
someone was usually behind the
bank, playing tennis on that


ETA OIN SHRDLU


By Wesley Ramsey


court. It has been well used.
Even though other courts
have been built, over the years, in
different spots throughout the
city, that court behind the bank
seemed to have been the favorite
among the tennis-playing set of
our city.

I DON'T KNOW IF it was the
construction or the location
which was so popular. It is locat-
ed directly on the shores of the
bay and as a result, has the'cool
evening bay breezes blowing
across it.
The court was built of as-


phalt. Others in town were built
of concrete, but didn't seem to
have the attraction of the old
court. :
Serious tennis players were
forever complaining about the
surfaces of all the courts. The as-
phalt was hot and uneven. The
concrete courts on Eighth Street
were uneven and rough.
Take your pick. Had you rath-
er play tennis in hot and rough
conditions, but with the addition
of shade trees and cooling breez-
es, or had you, rather play on a
rough and hot court with no
shade trees or cooling breezes?


AS I DROVE BY the court be-
ing rebuilt, I noticed it had some-
thing no court in town had ever
had before, but something seri-
ous tennis players had always de-
sired over the years. The new.
court had a green rubberized sur-
face installed on its asphalt base,
giving it a grassy look and a pro-
fessionrial' tennis. court appear-
ance.
Surely this newly refurbished
"'court will be the answer to a ten-
nis players dreams
Here we have a top-notch
court, covered with a genuine
tennis court covering, rather than
a make-shift surface such as we
have had to make do with.
Surely the tennis players of
Port St. Joe will be in tennis
players' heaven! .

WORKERS WERE PUTTING
up a chain-link fence around the
new court and I'm sure they will
tell you and everyone else, it is to


keep the. tennis balls inside the
court.. I have heard the tales, too,
of tennis balls bouncing off the
walls of the bank at night, setting
off the burglar alarm..
That can get aggravating; es-
pecially toq bank personnel, who
must come to town and shut off
the alarm, once it is tripped.
I'm not a betting man, but I'd
be willing to give odds that the
main reason for the fence is to
keep some of our more adven-
turesome young men from driving
.their vehicles across the smooth,
level, green covered asphalt sur-
face and presenting us with still
another uneven, rough tennis
courtly
These things happen. They're
partially to blame for us not hav-
ing a smooth court to play on
now.
The new court should attract
not only the old crowd of tennis
players who used the old court
regularly, but should provide an
incentive for more players to
come out and knock a few balls


around.
I REMEMBER WHEN I was a
boy, before we moved to Florida,
tennis was the game we. loved to
play most... after baseball
SA building had burned in our
town and the people had cleaned
off the remaining concrete slab
and made a tennis, court of it. A
bunch of us boys, age 10 to 13,
would get together at 5:00 in the
morning, just to go play tennis
I have never gotten up at 5:00
in the morning, on a voluntary
basis, before or since. But I did it
then because I wanted to play
tennis, before the big boys and
girls and the adults monopolized
the court
Tennis. was a popular game
with us and I believe it Is, or
could be, here in Port St. Joe. It
is a fun game, if the court Is half-
way decent.
I'm sure that now with the
advent of a professional-type
court, local tennis players will be
pleased!


-THE STAR-
USPHS 518880
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Port St. Joe, Florida 32456-0308
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Second-Clai Postage Paid at Port St Joe, FL
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St. Joseph Bay
Date Time Ht. Time Ht.
Oct. 21 9:37 a.m. L 0.3 12:00 a.m. H 1.7
Oct. 22 10:25 a.m. L 0.3 12:37 a.m. H 1.7
Oct. 23 11:14 a.m. L 0.2
Oct. 24 1:17 a.m. H 1.7 12:03 p.m. L 0.2
Oct. 25 1:59 a.m. H 1.7 12:51 p.m. L 0.2
SOct. 26 2:42 a.m. H 1.7 1:35p.m. L 0.3
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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. OCT. 20, 1994 PAGE 3A


Guidance Clinic Serves Area for 27 Years
$600,000 Budget Aids Local Economy In Gulf


WE AIN'T GOING NOWHERE
I'll be the first to admit it: I made a mistake! Last week, my arti-
'cle about we Campbells selling our, home was a mite misleading.
'Thie wording somehow left some of you with the impression that we
-were leaving town.
1" 4.know this'bedause three people stopped me in the grocery
store today and asked me if we .were moving to Panama City and
when we -were leaving. Two of them offered to help me move if I
wouldd do It that day.
Let me make this perfectly clear, as one of our former presi-
dents was often fond of saving, we ain't going nowhere I know
that's extremely disappointing to several people, especially when it
comes to me, but, "we've gone as fer as we're going "
: How could 'We leave when we have our roots here? Roots; as we:
all know, are a stake in the ground that is driven deeper by experi-
ences of lif. Our stake Is pretty deep.
A tap dn the stake is when one buys a home and settles in. An-
other tap on the stake is when you make friends; friends that you
know will last a lifetime. We have done both.
A heavy tap on the 'stake is when you and your family experi-
ence the throes of life, things like the time my son painted the water
tower on Long Avenue and thought he had gotten away with it. The
only problem was he signed his namebto the message and put the
year he graduated from high school under it. It didn't take Sherlock
'Holnies to figure' that one' ut. The deputy was knocking on our
':door two days later. "
Another big tap on the stake was the night our youngest son
became extremely ill. I called Dr. Joe and asked him if he would
meet us at his office and examine him. "No," he said, "you stay right
there and I'll be over there in a few minutes." In a big city, the doc-
tor probably wouldn't have answered the phone.
Another tap on the stake I remember is that hot. sticky summer
Friday afternoon, shortly after we moved here, when our air condl-
'tioner went out. Irushed to the hardware store to buy one and Ash-
ley Costin informed me that there would have to be special wiring
done to install the A.C. And he didn't know anyone I could get to do
the .work at that late hour. "If I could find someone," I asked him,
'"could I pick up the air conditioner Saturday afternoon?"
,"Sure, you can," he answered. "Here's the key to the warehouse.
It will be on the floor right inside the door. I won't be here because
I'm going to play golf Saturday afternoon."
I must mention my sister, Doris. When she came to live with
us. she was so uncomfortable, ndt knowing how people would ac-
cept her. It wasn't two weeks before she was feeling right at home.
Until her dying day, she had fond'memories of Port St. Joe and her
many friends here.
And there was the time when we came back to Port St. Joe and
I was unemployed and we decided to start our own business.
George Duren and Wesley Ramsey were the first to ask me to ser-
vice their homes and businesses, and there were scores of other,
many of them people I didn't even know. Father Jerry Huft was one
of them. .:
Those are just a few of the taps on the stake we have driven
here. Considering these and the many other experiences we've had
here, I don't see any way we can live somewhere else and be happy.
Do you?


The Board of Directors of the
Gulf' Country Guidance Clinic,
Inc. and the Kids Instructional
Day Service has announced that
it will be/ conducting an open
house and1 reception on Thurs-
day, October 27th from 6:00 to
7:30 p.m., Eastern. The public is
cordially invited to attend this
event in honor, of the organiza-
tion's mental and child care staff
and their 27 years of service to
the community. The event will be
held at. their facilities located at
309/311 Williams Avenue in Port
St. Joe.
The Gulf County Guidance
Clinic. Inc. is a private non-profit
corporation established In 1967
to provide mental health preven-
tion and treatment programs. The
corporation provides counseling
and psychological services for in-
dividuals and families who experi-
ence difficulties ranging from mi-
nor life adjustment problems to
severe mental health concerns.
The Clinic offers child, adolescent
and adult services. Individual,
group, marital, and family coun-
seling are provided. Psychological
testing services are available. Pa-
tients requiring psychiatric medi-
cation management can also re-
ceive services at the Clinic. In
addition, adult day treatment ser-
vices are provided four days each
week.
The OGuidance Clinic con-
ducts over 2,000 client sessions
annually. Services are available
by appointment and by referral.
The program Is professionally
staffed with a psychiatrist, three
school psychologists, a nurse,
counselors and a marriage and
family therapist. Medicaid and
most health insurances are ac-
cepted with discounts available
as well.
in November 1986. the Guid-
ance Clinic established a subsidi-
ary or subprogram known as the
Kids Instructional Day Service
(KIDS). The purpose of this pro-
gram is to make quality child care
and preschool educational servic-
es available to the community. In-
fant, preschool, and school-age
care are available. Over 70 chil-


Design Contest for 911 Logo


MGlk County is. sponsoring a
contest for tbh,a.elepoLiqnof-,9.11
logo. The prizqif@u thq winning se-
lecUon is $100.00 savings bond.
The Gulf County 911 Com-
mittee will select the winning en-
try. (Gulf County reserves the


right to reject any or all .entries.)
Participatipn. Isppen o.,any. GUlf,
County resident except members
of the 911 Committee or their im-
mediate family members.
Entry forms and rules may be
picked up at the Gulf County 911


IT'S TIME for PARTS MASTER!
PARTSMASTER
MOTOR OIL
S-- i or
Transmission Fluid
Sold in Cartons of 12 Quarts Only

PR69S AQ
1. After rebate

\ :,,.. PARTS MASTER l


Antifreeze

Limit 2 gals:
per customer .


3/Coolant E.

^49 NY
GALLON
After Rebate


-i


HAROLD'S AUTO PARTS
135 Hwy.71'N., WEWAHITCHKA,FL PHONE 639-3500
OWNERS: Harold and Lisa Dorman
OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK 7 a.m. 6 p.m.


dren are served through KIDS in
Port St. Joe and 45 children are




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served in Wewahitchka. KIDS is
-' staffed by certified educators and
trained child care personnel.
The Guidance Clinic and
KIDS have provided outstanding
services to the community for 27
years. With an annual budget
over $600.000 and 30 employees,
the Gulf County Guidance Clinic,
Inc. is a significant contributor to'
the local economy. Volunteer citi-
zens serving on the Board of Di-'
rectors, dedicated staff, and con-
cerned citizens In the community
have contributed to this pro-
gram's success.
The public is encouraged to'
attend the open house and recep-
tion on October 27th. The facili-
ties will be open to the public to


Jail Visitation
Times Changed
Visitation times and dates
have been changed effective Octo-
ber 22nd, at the Gulf County Jail.
according to Sgt. Simpson of the
GCSO. The new visitation days
are Sunday and Wednesday.
'Times are: for males 1:00 to 2:00
p.m.; for females 2:00 to 3:00


Office, in the Gulf'County Court- P p.m. ET-.
--houser MO-Ffth- Street Port Stii *- -* -. -
Joe, Florida 32456 or you may --..
call the 911 office.
Deadline for submission: All
entries must be received no later
than 5:00 p.m. EST. November 8,
1994.
For further Information,
please contact the office of Mar-
shall Nelson. 911 Coordinator, at -
229-9111 or 639-5068.


Kesley
(Continued from Page 2)
LaRenda around the punch bowl
for a confab. I leaned back
against some bales of hay think-
ing those three girls would look
better if the lights had been
turned down just a tad. Peggy Ro-
blear appeared out of no where,
spun me around to her side of
the hay arid kissed me right on
the mouth It was a ree gift. I
hadn't done a thing. Shucks, it
happened so fast I didn't get ,a
chance to let my jacket fall open
so she'd see my new shirt."
'.'Mr. Colbert are you a pro-
fessional talker?"
"ou missed the whole point!
I've seen a smile be a welcomed-
and free-gift. A good friendship
is free. I've got hundreds-"
'Yes sir, Mr. Calbert, I see
your' 'point exactly. Now, If
youwillsendinyourtwohundredan
dfortyninedollars.lwlllgladlysignyo
uupforyourfreetrip.
Incredible.
Kesley


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Whipashh
Auto Accidentsn
Work injuries
Headaches
Back Pain
Anm/rand n Pai
Leg/FootPD -
INSURA.NCE
AUCEPT D


tour. The staff will also be availa-
ble to answer further questions


about the Guidance Clinic and
KIDS programs.


NEW


and


USED






Friday and Saturday

Nov. 4 and 5
BAY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS Panama City

St. Joe Papermakers Federal Credit Union is offering
special interest rates for vehicles purchased in this sale
to qualified applicants.

New Car Rates (Includes '94 & '95 Program & Lease)


66 months 7.5%

60 months 7.00%

48 months 6.5%

36 months 6.00%

24 months 6.00%


8 0
1* *I


LOANS MUST BE PRE-APPROVED. STOP BY ST. JOE
PAPERMAKERS FCU IN PORT ST. JOE OR WEWAHITCHKA.
APPLICATIONS FOR THIS SALE WILL BE ACCEPTED
THROUGH WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2, ONLY.


ST. JOE PAPERMAKERS

FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
P Phone 227-1156 530 Fifth Street
S,- 2tc 10/20


N O."1' .C.E OF

X PUBLIC HEARING

The Gulf County Board of County Com-
nmissioners' Subdivision Ordinance Review
Committee will hold a Public Hearing for the
purpose of receiving input and comments con-
cerniing possibly changing Gulf County's Sub-
division Ordinance. This meeting will be held
on Tuesday, October 25, 1994 at 4:30 PM ET in
Sthe County Com mission Meeting Room.
A copy of the Gulf County Subdivision ,
Ordinance is on file in the Gulf County Plan-
ning/Building Department for public viewing. I
The public is encouraged to attend and is
encouraged to provide written and/or verbal
comments.
i t 0COct- .0 'T14


Garry Gaddis

Ron Johnson

Eadie Stewart

Political Ially
Fish Fry
Saturday, October 22nd
4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.
Marquardt Marina
(dockside)
I. S. 98
,Mexico Beach

Come meet the candidates and
have fci !t!'' '' P- P t Advertisement


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PAGE 4A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1994


Christa Wetona Williams Marries


Roger P.
Christa Wetona Williams and
Roger Paul Beasley, Jr. were unit-
ed in holy matrimony at 3:00
p.m. on September 17th at the
White City, Baptist Church.
Brother Nick Davis performed the
double ring candlelight ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Phillips. She is
the grand daughter of. Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Smith Wood of Bris-
tol and the step grand daughter
of Regina Phillips of Hubbard,
Ohio.
'The groom's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Ruben Fanner and Mr.
and Mrs. Roger Beasley, Sr. He is
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
lie Faircloth of Chattahoochee


Has Birthday

Kathryn Elizabeth Arnold, .
daughter of John and Kathy Ar-
nold, celebrated her fifth birthday
on October 8th. A Lion King party
and cookout was enjoyed by all at
Under the Oaks playground.
Helping Kathryn celebrate .
her special day were her nrom
and dad, little brother Jared,
Mmre and Papa Dickson, Aunt
Krissy. cousin Jacob and many
friends.
Kathryn is the grand daugh-
ter of Charles and Esther Dick-
son, Jean Arnold and the late Lu-'
cien Arnold, all from Beacon Hill.


Decor- '- ..-' 1 -'




Photographic Trick-or-Treat Bags
-. Glowing, Screaming, Wiggling Halloween Witches rn Their Tomb
Electronic Windsocks that Shake and Screech
*:'4 Sound Activated Haunting Howlers that Jiggle and Glow 6,
.Motion Activated Door Masks that Glow.and Howl
Wicked Welcomer Door Mats that Scream and Cackle
Shrieking, Shaking, Shining Wicked Wanda
Luv Pets include:
Vampire Pumpkin, Frankenstein, Cleo the Witch and "The Count"
FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE!
Your Choice of A Sesame Street
Plush 28"'Ernie or 31" Big Bird
Register Your Current Sales Ticket NOW! M
Drawing to be held December 17, 1994 at 11:00 am.3
528th s I 2 163


and Lois Sellars of Quincy."
Given in marriage by her par-
ents and escorted to the altar by
her father, the bride wore a chap-
el length gown made of lustrous,
white bridal satin and featured a
fitted bodice. Heavily embellished,
hand-sewn pearls enhanced the
long sleeves and the neckline was
draped with pearls. Her veil fell
from a headpiece which was
made of satin ribbon and irides-
cent pearls. She carried a bou-
quet of white silk roses and ivy.
The church and reception
area were decorated with areca
palms and grand fiscus trees. A:
lattice background draped with
white tulle was used to display
the lovely white silk magnolias
finished with white ribbon;
', Miss Paula Ramsey served as
Miss William's bridesmaid and
Kayla Williams, the bride's sister-
in-law, served as matron of hon-
or. They both wore wine, tea-
length dresses with an embroi
dered neckline and carried a stem
of magnolias. ,
Roger Beasley, Sr., the
groom's father, and Tony Lee,'
served as Mr. Beasley, Jr.'s best
mania i.Mark Harriman, the bride's
brother-in-law, and Stacey Strick-,
land, served as ushers. The ush-
ers and the groom wore black;
double breasted tuxedos with
black ties.
During the seating of the
guests and the lighting of the
candles,. Miss Tracey Davis
played "Wind Beneath My Wings"
on' the piano. The song was dedi-
cated to the mothers and was
sung by Marcie Wood, the bride's
'aunt. During the- service. Mrs.
'Wood also sang 'You Needed Me."
After the wedding trip to Des-
'tin beach, the couple are residing
in their hometown of Port St. Joe.

Wewa Dance
and Social Club
The Wewa Dance and Social
Club is holding a dance Friday,,
Oct. 21st at the Wewa Communi-
ty Center (3rd St.) at 7:30 p.m. -
11:00 p.m. Music will be played
by a live western band, "Rhythm
Plus Two".,There is a $4.00 Dona-
tion no smoking or drinking-
halloween costumes are optional.
Call Robert Dansby for more in-
formation at. 639-3303.


Couple to

Marry
John H. Pridgeon and Maggie
Cunningham wish to Invite family
and friends to celebrate in their
happiness. They will be united in
holy matrimony, Saturday, Octo-
ber 29th, 7:00 p.m. (CDT) at The
Worship Center in Wewahitchka.

Just Can't Believe
How Long it's Been
Since First Your Pretty
Face Was Seen.








Even Prettier Now With
Your Pigtail and Jeans,
Although You've Aged
All the Way to SIXTEEN!

Love Moose, Slick and
the Boys
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Cooper's Cut & Ste
welcomes SABRINA SMITH
to their staff

PERMS ............ $5.00 OFF
CUTS .............. $2.OO OFF
Prices Good thru October
-FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL
229-8622
OPEN till 8 p.m.
on Wed., Thurs. & Friday


I Cateri43.


Mrs. Roger Paul Beasley, Jr.
Mrs. Roger Paul Beasley, Jr.


Rachel Tullis


New Arrival
Julie Tullis Is proud to an-
nounce the birth of her sister. Ra-
chel on Oct. 6th atGulf Coast
oz.. Rachel's parents are James
and Wendy Tullis. Grandparents
are Doris and Edward Tullis of
Port St. Joe and Walter and
Dianne Warren of Mexico Beach.
Dlanne Warren of M~exico Beach.


CAMPBELL'S
DRUG STORE
Tw,o Pharmacists & nvo Pharmacy j
Technicians to serve you promptly.
Saveway Center 227-1224 j


Pa t-ricf ks i
Sfestautrant
412 Reid A venue
Port St. Joe, Florida
----*- J. Patrick's Restaurant
.. will be CLOSED in the
Evenings and Saturdays
New Hours Are:
8 a.m. 2 p.m.
Monday Friday
11 a.m. 2 p.m.
SUNDAYS

Night-time dining will be
available by request
for parties of 10 or more,
with reservations .


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Got M"e' Than You Ewfetled.
We'r yur)U fu-somlce fharmaclfly
-HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS
PRESCRIPTIONS COSMETICS
PERSONALM DATTENTION


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Closed Sundays


in a fr
atmos
with
FRIE1

Serving B
, Lunch &
8 a.m. t
6 Days


-Specializing In -
*Buffet Lunch *Sandwic
eMeals to Go
*Fresh Seafood
*Delicious Steaks


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good
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breakfast,
Dinner
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THE STAR, i ORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY OCT. 20, 1994 PAGE 5A


Forum Friday for Candidates


The Mexico Beach Chapter of
the AARP will hold a political for-
um featuring candidates running
for the Mexico Beach City Council
on Friday, October 21st at 1:00
p.m. CDT. All candidates have

Christian Center
to Honor Pastor
The new Life Christian Center
will be hosting their pastor. Rev.
Johnny Jenkins', anniversary,
Oct. 30th at the church located
on 6th Street in the Union hall.
Everyone Is invited to attend
the services at 7:00 p.m. on Oct.
28th, 29th and 30th at 11:00
a.m. and 6:30 p.m. A covered-
dish lunch will be served follow-
ing the Sunday 11:00 a.m. ser-
vice.


For All Your
Advertising Needs!


POPS Club Wants to

"Make A Difference"


Mayor Frank Pate signed a
proclamation declaring October
22nd as "Make A Difference Day."
sponsored nationally by USA
Weekend magazine and locally by
Fish Fry Will
Benefit Fishermen
The Welding and Micro-
Computer classes of Port St. Joe
High, 800 Niles Road, will be sell-,
Ing mullet dinners on Oct. 28th,.
from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Tickets will be $4.00 with the pro-
ceeds going to the Organized
Fishermen's, "Save Our Nets.".
Tickets will be sold for the next.
two weeks by the students. A
ticket can be purchased by tele-,
phone. Call the welding class
229-8251 or 647-5399 after 4:00
p.m. Thanks!l


the Port St. Joe High School
POPS Club.
POPS. or Power of Positive
Students, organizations are dedi-
cated to promoting leadership, re-
sponsibility, and good citizenship
among the young people of Ameri-
ca. It is their goal to uphold these
Ideals and strive to build self-
esteem, positive attitude, and
pride in their community.
Mayor Pate urges all citizens
to acknowledge the need for pride
in the community and to recog-
nize and support the efforts of
these young people.
POPS students took an active
part in the signing of the procla-
mation. They are from left to right
Jackie Terry, Robbi Funderburk.
and Tara Mullis. Faculty spon-
sors for the POPS Club are Tony
Barbee and Marilyn Witten.


Harry Lee Smith, of St. Joe Papermakers Federal Credit Union,
and Christine Cain of Tyndall Federal Credit Union, look on as
Mayor Frank Pate signed a proclamation designating October 20 as
International Credit Union Day in Port St. Joe.


Learning to Cope with Flu


by Charles Mahan
Every winterr, we are all as-
saulted by an army of viral Infec-
tions that cause misery snif-
fles, sore throats, headaches,
coughs and general tiredness.
Only one of these infections caus-
es people to be hospitalized and
increases mortality: influenza.
Inifluenza is distinctive it
comes on suddenly and brings fe-
ver, headache, severe tiredness
and cough. When influenza
strikes a community, what can:
people do?
*High-risk people can get im-
rmunized, if it is still early in the
outbreak. High-risk Individuals
Include people over the age of 65,
chronic care patients, nursing
home residents, people of any age
with chronic heart or lung prob-
lems and children with asthma. ,,
*Doctors can treat high-risk
people with amantadine if the.


outbreak is from influenza.
*Sick people can stay home,
to reduce the risk of Infecting oth-
ers.
*Parents 'should avoid using
aspirin to treat influenza in chil-
dren, because of the: risk of
Reye's syndrome; use acetamino-
phen Instead.
*To get better, follow the ad-
vice mother used to give it's
best: Get rest, eat soup, drink
plenty of fluids, and take acetam-
Inophen for,pains. '
Because the influenza virus
changes a little every year, a new
vaccine has to be made for each
flu season. People need to take an
influenza shot every year in order
to be protected. The vaccine is
recommended for everyone -over'
the age of 65 and for people with
chronic illnesses (such as heart
disease or diabetes or emphyse-
ma). Cost of the vaccine is now'
covered by the Medicare program.


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Shrimp
Crabs
Crawfish


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been issued invitations to partici-
pate. Each Individual will be giv-
en an allotted time frame In
which to present himself and his
views after which a question and
answer period will take place. The
general public is cordially invited
to attend the meeting which will
be held in the Chamber of Com-


merce Building in Mexico Beach.
Refreshments will be served.
A short general meeting of all
members of the Chapter will be
held following the forum at which
time the upcoming election o0oiffi-
cers for the 1995 season will be
discussed. All members are urged
to attend this important meeting.


NOWW OPEN
Mexico Beach 38th Street & Hwy. 98


The Yacht Club Cafe

& Water Park
.


Now Serving Buffet
ALL DAY
Breakfast Buffet ...................... ...395


Lunch Buffet .............................$495

Seafood Buffet
Friday and Saturday Nights




6 a.m. -10 p.m. CDT 7 days a week
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PAGE 6A THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1994


SOctober
by Carole Hujber
S October, 1994 marks the
. tenth year of the National Breast
F: Cancer Awareness month and as
a breast cancer survivor and a
Utilization review nurse at Gulf
, Pines Hospital, I would like to
take the time to share my feel-
ings.
S In Franklin and Gulf
countiess I am not alone. There
are nine plus breast cancer survi-
vors in Franklin County alone
and the Conqueror's of Cancer
Support" group meets the second'
.,Tuesday of each month at 6:30
: p.m. in the Carriage House be-
hind the Rariey House.
,. Our goal, is to help people
cope with the physical and emo-
tional changes brought about by'
U the diagnosis and treatment .of
cancer. All, cancer patients need
support, however, due to this be-
ing National Breast Cancer.'
Awareness month. I felt com-
pelled to write about the disease
.that 189,000 women will be diag-
:nosed with by the end of 1994.
-Please learn and .practice
monthly breast exams. If you are
unsure of the correct, method,
talk with your doctor or call our
:local chapter of the American
Cancer Society at 227-7181. For
Those of y6ti doing regular self-
exams, there is a new method


Public Notices
NOTICE .
Notice Is hereby given that the City Corimissim of"
the Citw of Port Si. Joe. sitang as the Board of Ad-
)iIstmet.wlll hold a public hearing at CIt) Hall at
8:00 pm. Tuesday. November I. 1994. to deier-, .
mine whether the City will authorize a deviation to'
Zoniiig Ordinance No. 5 for a variance of approxi-
mately three feet eight Inches (3'8 ) oil the Easterly
and Westerly property lines to constrnict a resl '*
derice located at 310 Aeteue B bLot 8. Block 1018)
Ir/
JI City Auditor -Clerk :
F, Publish Oct 20-27. 1994 '


ESTATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
r ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE PERMIT
i The Department of Environmental ProtecLIon
P gives inotce of iLs intent to mLsue a permit to Mr. R. ''''
W. Parrish. Vice Presidelnt. Apalachlcola Norrheni
S" Railroad Compaiy. Post Office Box 250. Port St.
S Joe. Florida 32456 to operate a 0.40 MGD Indus-
trial wastewater treatment and disposal system for
a locomotive maintenance yard Including a lco-
mnotve wash. refueling, fuel storage and handling.
Sa chemical storage building, a concrete fuel del"-
cry aproit and an idlintg l aclilty. The first 49.500
gallons of petretreed wastewater per 28 day period
i los to the City of Port SL Joe Wastewaler Treat
meni Plait and d-e excess flows through a carbon
f ilter and discharges to a percolatioi pond The ta.
city Is located off Atenie 'A In Port SL Joe.
A person wlhcose substantial interests are af-
fected by the Department's proposed permitung
decimlon may petition for an admiiisuirsate pro
ceeding Iheanng) in accordance with Section
120.57. Florida Statutes. The petlton must con-
tuin the inJorniauuni set forth below and must be
ILiled (recA..eli.ui the Omnce of General Counsel of
p Depamgmwer .40flrBasL.SmiLnnReadnTatiawha-.Pa-sa
hassee. Flonrida 32399 2400. within 14 days of
pubhca ion of this notice. Peuuoner shall mall a
copy of the petluon to the applicant at the address
indicated abase at the time of filng. Failure to file
a petlllon within this time period shall constitute a
waiver of any right such person may have to re.
iquiest atn admininstrauve determinaUon hearingj
under Section 120.57. Florida Statutes
The PetiUon shall contain the following Infor-
S.' maUoin.
lal T'"e name. address, and telephone r.umrn
S her of each peitloiier, the applicant's nisme aid
: address. the Department Permit File Number and
the county iin which the project is proposed
(b) A statement of how and when each perl-
SUoner received ntilce of the Department s actions
or proposed action.
(c) A statement of how each peuuoner s sub-
siLttlol Interests are affected by the Department's
L action or proposed acuion:
(d) A scatemeit of the material faci di3puied
by PetiLtoner. II any:
(el A statement of facrs which peuuoner con-
Sends warrant reversal or modiilcation of the De-
partlunenis acuonl or proposed ctiou:
S I) A statement of which rules or stanies pe-
Utuonler conteiids require reversal or mnirdliciaion
of the Deportmentis acuion or proposed action: and
(g) A statement of ,he relief sought by peu-
uoiher. staurg precisely the action peutioner wants
the Department to take with respect to the Depart-
meant s action or proposed acuon.
If a pentioln is flied. the adminlts trauve hear.
ng pncess is designed to lormulte agency action
Accordii J). the Departments fInal action ma be
dilTerenit from the position taken by It It this no-
i Uce Personts hose suhstajniu interests will be af.
fected by any decision of the Deparunet wirh ie-.
'anrd to the application hase the right to, petioith' ti
S become a part to the proceeding The peuuoi
Jmulst conloirm to, the reqiuiremeLnt speclifed above
&and be flied IreceledJ) within 14 days of p.hlica.
r on of this notice lin the OlffIce of General Cc-tisel
S t the abose address of the Department Falu1re to
jpetitlon within the allowed time frame coisurilles
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heariiig under sectiUon 120 57 F S and to paruci-
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all available options, I underwent
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followed by six weeks of radiation
therapy. It was a difficult time
physically and emotionally. The


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everywhere about my experience
because I have nothing to lose
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SNw Life Christian Center Church
Sixth Street (Union Hall Building)
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Johnny Jenkins, Jr. Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.:
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
(1st and 3rd Sunday Nights)
Wednesday Night Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
'We Are Covenant People"


James Watkins Jr. "
James Watkins Jr. is the son
of James and Dianne Watkins, '
grandson of Trudy Pate of Port St.
Joe and Irene and Edgar Joyner
of Apalachicola, and the great
grandson of Fred Ward. He has
successfully completed basic .
training in Great Lakes, Illinois. I A .

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EVERYONE IS INVITED TO ATTEND THE FIRST EVER
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Discuss the Issues with Danny Sparks and Richard Stewart
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Discuss Education with Ron Hardy and Ron Danzey
Bay County School Board Candidates '
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Students of the Month.
The following Port St. Joe slasm arind positive attitude. The
High School students were select- "'students were treated to lunch by
ed as Students of the Month for Principal Wes Taylor. .
the month of September. The stu- 9th Grade......Leigh Lawrence
dents were recommended by their 10th Grade.....Shinah Quinn
teachers on the basis of academic 11th Grade..... Barry Adkison
achievement, citizenship, enthu- 12th Grade.....Jeff Gammill

Local Rental Agents

Complete Semoinar
John and Charlie Delorme of seminar, conducted by an inter-
Fantasy Properties, Inc., Mexico national trade association.
Beach, have just completed an in-
tensive professional development Successful completion of the
program reflects a commitment to'
ment. The Vocational Rental
for NeW Center L 1Managers Association (VRMA)
sponsored the demanding series
The Guf County-Senior ti of professional development ses-
The Gulf Counstyo focusing on management.
zens are asking for help from the sions, focusing on management,
parents and children of this corn- employee development, budget-
parents and children of this com- ing, marketing operational eft-
munity to help raise funds for the ing, market ing dustry prod-
new Community and Senior Clti- clency andserv inches. Thry prodsemina
zens Center. They are asking eve- was conducted in San Diego. Cal-
ryone to save up their pennies, ifomia,
nickels and dimes and bring ornia.
them to the Halloween activities Fantasy Properties is a mem-
on October 29th. The senior cilti- ber company of VRMA, the only
zens are asking for all churches, professional service association
and Sunday school classes to dedicated to improving the ser-
make this a project where a little vice and performance of the vaca-
bit of money will make a big dif- '.JQ rental Industry.
* ference. "
The senior citizens will be
manning a booth where there will
he a id i ar available for collectinn


of these funds. They will also be
selling hot chill, hot dogs, soft
drinks and BBQ beef sandwiches
from 4:00 p.m. until the end of
the activities. I


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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO FIND THE
GULF COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENTS) IN COMPLIANCE
DOCKETNO. 94E1 NO I-2301-(A)-(I)


The Department gives notice of its intent to find the Amendment(s) to the Compre-
hensive Plan for Gulf County, adopted by Ordinance No(s) 94-09 on August 23,1994
IN COMPLIANCE, pursuant to Sections 163.3184 and 163.3187, and 163.3189, F.S.
The adopted Gulf County Comprehensive Plan Amendment(s) and the Depart-
ment's Objections, Recomm"ndations, and Comments Report, (if any), are available,
for public inspection Monday through Friday, except for legal holidays, during
normal business hours, at the Gulf County Courthouse, Clerk's Office, 1000 Fifth
Street, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
Any affected person, as defined in Section 163.3184, F.S., has a right to petition for an
administrative hearing to challenge the proposed agency determination that the
Amendment(s) to the Gulf County Comprehensive Plan are In Compliance, as
defined in Subsection 163.3184 (1), F.S. The petition must be filed within twenty-one
(21) days after publication of this notice, and must include all of the information and
contents described in Rule 9J-11.012(7), F.A.C. The petition must be filed with the
Agency Clerk, Department of Community Affairs, 2740 Centerview Drive, Tallahas-
' see, Florida 32399-2100, and a copy mailed or delivered to the local government.
Failure to file a timely petition shall constitute a waiver of any right to request an
administrative proceeding as a petitioner under Section 120.57, F.S. If a petition is
filed, the purpose of the administrative hearing will be to present evidence and testi-
mony and forward a recommended order to the Department. If no petition is filed,
this Notice of Intent shall become final agency action.
If a petition is filed, other affected persons may petition for leave to intervene in the
proceeding. A petition,for intervention must be filed at least five (5) days before the
final hearing and must include all of the information and contents described in Rule
60Q-2.010, F.A.C. A petition for leave to intervene shall be filed at.the Division of
Administrative Hearings, Department of Management Services, 1230 Apalachee
Parkway, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1550. Failure to petition to intervene within the
allowed time frame constitutes a waiver of any right such a person has to request a
hearing under Section 120.57, F.S., or to participate in the administrative hearing.
/s/ Charles G. Pattison, Director
Department of Community Affairs
Division of Resource Planning and Management
2740 Centerview Drive
Tallahassee, Florida' 32399-2100 Publish October 20, 1994


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iPresnell Takes
3rd at Finals
The second U.S. Gymnastic
Finals were held in Pensacola;,
October 8th and 9th. B. J. Pre-


B. J. Presnell


snell of Port St. Joe qualified for
the state meet with a 34.75 all-
around taking third place in the
11 year old division.
She received second in beam
with 9.05, third in' floor 8.45;
third in bars 8.75, and fourth in
vault 8.50. The third qualifier will
be held Nov. 5th and 6th in Talla-
hassee.


Sharks Travel
to Tallahassee.
Face Fla. High

After an open week, the Port
St. Joe Sharks will travel to face
district rival Florida High in Talla-
hassee Friday evening. Game
time will be 7:30 p.m. EDT.


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'Open 6 a.m. Monday-Saturday
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Dental. health

FRANK D. MAY, D.M.D.


Those Six Year

Molars

If you have a youngster carefully. Among other things,
who's past his sixth birthday, these six-year molars help de-
it won't surprise you when he
begins to lose his front teeth, termine the shape of the low-
but a lot more is happening er part of his face. They can
in his mouth than you real- also have a direct effect op
izefor one thing, his six-year the position and health of his
molars are beginning to other teeth
erupt. These are the big
back teeth so important for If they come in crooked,
chewing and grinding, for example, this can throw his
Some people may think they other teeth out of alignment.
are "primary" molars to be
replaced later like the This not only affects his chew-
child's other "baby" teeth. ing efficiency but the shape
But they're not, They're per- of his mouth and tendency to-
manent teeth, ,and with ward tooth decay.
proper care; should last a cooo=Coooooooooooo o
lifetime. Prepared as a public service
The condition and shape to promote better dental health.
they're in when they erupt From the office of FRANK D.
are especially important MAY, D.M.D., 319 Williams Ave.,
and should be check d Phone 227-1123.


Homecoming Treat----

Jennifer Marquez Crowned Queen -Yellow Jackets Took the Sting


The Wewahitchka Gators gave
a homecoming full house a treat
Friday night, while handing the
Chattahoochee Yellow Jackets a
41-6 shellacking on Gator field.
The Gators Improved their
season to five wins and one loss
with the lop-sided win.
The first two minutes of the
game were an indication of what
kind of night it would be. The Ga-
tors received the kick-off on their
own 35 yard line and marched
down the field in six plays to
score. Jeff Jones was the work
horse for the drive, as he ripped
off a 15 yard dash at one point
and scored on a 7-yard gallop up
the middle with nine and a half
minutes still showing on the
scoreboard clock.
David Hysmith's kick was
blocked by a hard-charging Chat-
tahoochee line, but It was evident
the Gators weren't going to disap-
point their homecoming crowd
that night! Quarterback Will
Sumner added six more points in
the first quarter, with an eight
yard ramble into the left corner of
the end zone, untouched. Sum-
-ner then tossed a pass to Tranum
McLemore in the end zone for two
extra points.
Tommy Gaskin picked off the
only pass Intercepted off quarter-
back Nakita Smith in the opening
minutes of the second quarter
and started a rain of touchdowns
against the Jackets. which didn't
stop until the final 30 seconds of
the half.
Gaskin scored after returning
his interception 25 yards up the
left side of the field, with Hysmith
kicking the extra point. On a
fourth down and long play, from
their own 20, the Jackets failed to
make the necessary yardage for a
first down. A couple of plays lat-
er. Hysmith lit out around left
end and went 15 yards for the
TD.
Morris Robinson. on one of
his few carries for the evening.
then broke loose and scored on a
33 yard streak for the goal line
for the Jackets' only score of the


evening..
Then Mr. Hysmith ripped off a
six yard run, after both teams


marked off yardage in a gaggle of
about four penalties in a row, to
put six more points up just before


the intermission horn sounded.
Hysmith also kicked the extra
point to give the pators a 34-6
lead at half time. r
In a lack-luster second half,
the Gators added seven more
points as Tommy Gaskin shoved
the ball across the goal line in the
final stanza and Hysmith kicked
the extra point, to hand the Jack-
ets their 41-6 defeat.
The Gators chalked up 16 big
first downs, during the game,
which saw them record such awe-
some statistics as 5.1 yards every
time they ran the ball: connected
on only three of nine attempts for
67 yards and received only four
penalties for the entire game.
They never punted the ball.
Both Jones and Hysmith'
racked up 102 yards on the
ground for the Gators, accounting
for 204 of the Gators 240 rushing
yards. Tranum McLemore led the
Gators In passes received with
two, good for 47 yards. Amp Hill
caught one for 20 yards. Sumner;
was three for nine with no inter-
ceptions.
FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday night, the Gators will
host Earnest Ward in a 7:30
game. THE YARDSTICK
THE YARDSTICK


First downs
Rushes-yds.
'Passing-yds.
Total yards
Comp.-Att.-Int.
Fumbles-lost
Penalties-yds.
Punts


Chatt.
3
22-58
4-41
99
4-9-1
2-1
1.3-132
1-25


Wewa
16
45-240
3-67
307
3-9-0
1-1
4-35
0-0


Score by Quarters:
Chattahoochee 0. 6 0 0- 6
Wewahitchka 14 20 0 7-41


Miss Jennifer Marquez,
shown above, was crowned
Homecoming Queen during We-
wahitchka High School's home-
coming festivities. Jamie Rush-
ing was crowned King. In the
photo below Tommy Gaskin (7)
goes up for a pass against Chat-
tahoochee Yellow Jackets.


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THEW STAR. PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1994


Por S. oeCros9outr


Middle School Students


Sharks Seventh In Invitational to Use New Bus Zone


Pensacola Catholic placed
first among the 27 schools with a
score of 54 points. North Florida
Christian placed second with 117
points. Wheeler-Georgia. placed
third 134 points, St. Paul's-
Alabama, placed fourth 175
points and Pace was fifth 139
points.
Last Saturday, the boy's I
cross country team competed in
the Eagle Invitational cross coun-
try, meet and Okaloosa-Walton
Community College in Niceville.
Port St. Joe finished in sev-.
enth place with 177 points.
Rhett Russenberger. ,placed
first among the 180 runners with'",
a time of 16:26 for the three-mile
course. John Berosett of Pensaco-
la Catholic was second at 16:35.
SGennain Clark. recorded the
highest finish for the Sharks as
he .placed 7th with a. time of.


17:18.
Gabe Clark placed 12th with
a time of 17:20. Rubble Dixson.
placed 33rd with a time of 18:16,
Matt Dixson placed 49th --
18:40, Jonathan Stripling placed
76th 19:26, Chad Thompson
placed'79th 19:31, Eric Sellers.
placed 89th 19:52, and Biyan
Simon placed 157th 22:39.
Three members of the middle
school cross country team also
participated in the" meet. Clay
Smallwood, placed 162nd as he
recorded a time of 22:55 for the
three-mile course. Jason Gainnie
recorded a time of 15:10 for the
two-mile course, while Kevin Con-
ley recorded a time of 16:02.
We had our second good meet
itk a row! Matt, Eric, Bryan, Clay,.
Jason and Kelin all recorded new
personal bests. We finished sev-
enth overall, but placed third
among 3A schools.


Sophomore, Matt Dixon, won
This week's runner of the week.
Matt recorded a new personal
best, and showed an improve-
ment of 32 seconds from last
week's ,meet. Matt will receive a
personal pan pizza from Sand
Dollar Bill's as a result of his fine
performance.
Saturday, the team will com-
pete in the Nike Panhandle Cross
Country Championships in Mari-
anna. This will decide who are
the best teams and runners in
the Panhandle. The top eight run-
ners in the meet will be named to
the All-Panhandle Cross Country
'Team:.
This should be a very good
meet. We have really been run-
ning well and we get a chance to
face district opponents, Pensacola
Catholic and North Florida Chris-
tian one last time before the dis-
trict meet.


Beginning Monday, Oct.
24th, Port St. Joe Middle School
will begin use of the new bus
loading zone located at the en-
trance to the Middle School. The
loading schedule is as-follows:
A. M. Schedule: As the buses
arrive from surrounding areas,
stops will be as follows:
1st,Stop P.S.J. Elementary
2nd Stop P.S.J. High School
3rd Stop P.S.J. Middle School
P. M. Schedule: Afternoon.
dismissal will be as follows:
Port St. Joe Elementary School
North Port St. Joe.. 12:00 Dis-
missal
Remaining busses...2:05 Dis-
missal
Port St. Joe Middle School...2:15.
DisimiinIssal
Port St. Joe Hith School...2:24
Dismissal
Parents that bring their chil- '


dren to hool are requested to
use the entrance road near the
erm and drop middle school stu-
dents off at the north side of the
loading zone. Parents are asked
not to use the entrance road from
Long Avenue during the following
time periods:
7:45 8:05 a.m.
2:00 2:30 p.m.

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to help thousands of young cai-
cer victims. These children will
receive treatments based on the
latest research. No expense will
be spared to give them every
, chance to live. But, in spite of our
best efforts, almost 40 percent of
these children will die! We must
learn more about the mysteries of
childhood cancer NOW.
The work, research and treat-


ment which St. Jude Children's,
Research Hospital does into leu-'
kemia, 'and other catastrophic
childhood diseases is known and
respected around the world. St.
Jude Hospital Is Indeed a vital In-'
ternational resource in the con-
tinuing battle against childhood
cancer. A child's life saved at St.
Jude will eventually mean tens of
thousands of children's lives
saved around the world.
Our "Wheels For Life" Bike-


A-Thon will be held Saturday,
Oct. 22nd at 10:30 a.m. at St.
Joe Elementary School. For a
family, the emotional stress and
upheaval affecting families, is'
tragic. As part of St. Jude-s total
medical care, the hospital riotf
only fights to preserve the quanti-
ty of life, but also the quality of
life. When the medical staff ac-
cepts a child into their care, they
know they are accepting an entire
family who is going through the


worst time in their lives. The hos-
pital s psychiatric staff is availa-
ble to help the family through
their anxieties and hopes.
Please help us help the chil-
dren -. get your pledge sheets at
any school and start getting.
sponsors now. If you wish to as-
sist in any way, you may contact
Shenie Bowen at 229-8244 or%
229-6827. Thank you for helping
our "race against death."


Archery Season Opens In NW Region

Runs Through November 13; Two Deer Per Day Limit Allowed


For weeks 'bow and' arrow
hunters have shot arrows into :,
targets affixed to straw mats. sty-
rofoam blocks and hay bales. As
of this past Saturday though,
they'll get to see whether their-
practice paid off.
Archery season in northwest
Florida began Saturday. Oct.
15th and runs through Nov.
13th. Florida has a liberal bag
limit for deer. Archers can take
up to two deer per day.
The Florida Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission main-
tains records of license sales and
'its records show from July 1,
1993. 'through 'June 30. .1994,
S31,308 "$5.00 rc-he rn'mits'
were sold in the state. and an ad-
*ditional 16.597 individuals pur-
chased sportsman's licenses,
which includes the archery per-
mit among its several covered
pennits.
While those figures indicate a
lot of Floridians bowhunt. they
leave out those young bowhunt-
ers under 16 years of age and
residents 65 and older, who are
legally exempt from license and
permnnit requirements.
Lt. Stan Kirkland. the GFC's
Public 'Informiation Coordinator ini
Panama City says interest in
bow-hunting, is high for several
reasons.
"Perhaps the biggest attrac-
tion to the sport is the fact that
Florida, like the states around us,
has a lot of deer now and this is
the first opportunity to deer
hunt," Kirkland said. "Secondly,
tremendous technological ad-
varices have made it easy to pick
up a bow at an archery shop, and
with a little bit of instruction.
shoot fairly accurately with only a
few hours practice."


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Auctions are growing-in pop-
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yet 'many people have never at-
tended one. If you are among this
group, discover the excitement
only the auction method of mar-
keting'can generate.'
When you'arrive at the auc-
1tion site, register for a bidder
number and read the rules print-
ed on it or displayed on posters.
Ask questions if you don't under-
stand a policy.
Inspect the merchandise care-
fully, as most is sold on an "as is-.
where is" basis. This means it is
not guaranteed. When you buy an
item, you -become responsible for
it, and you must pay for every-
thing you've' purchased before
leaving the site, even if you aren't
taking everything with you that
day.
At an auction, buyers get ex-
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cost of. only one bid higher than
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He said archers generally
practice at distances ranging
from 0 30 yards. He said few
can accurately shoot beyond that
distance.
For archers new to the sport,


Kirkland said they can hunt on
private property with the land-
owners' permission, an archery
permit and a hunUng license. If
they hunt on a wildlife manage-
ment area (WMA), they need a


$25.00 WMA stamp as well.
" He said every archer who,
unts from a treestand should
wear a safety belt, which will
keep them from being severely In-
jured in a fall.


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Wynn In Public Health Institute

One of Top 50 Public Health Leaders In Forum


Jerry Wynn, administrator of
the Gadsden County Public
Health Unit, has been selected to


JERRY WYNN


serve as a scholar in the fourth
annual national Public Health
Leadership Institute. Wynn will
join an elite group of the top 50
public health leaders from across
the nation in the Institute's year-
long program.
Wynn was appointed as the
administrator of Gadsden County
Public Health Unit in June, 1984.
Since that time, Gadsden county
has been recognized. both nation-
ally and internationally on nu-
merous occasions for the innova-
tive programs that have been
developed in health care.
'Being chosen *an Institute
Scholar is certainly a tremendous
-honor," Wynn said. He stressed
his commitment to using this op-
portunity to further his work in
addressing the complex health
challenges -in Florida, Gadsden
County and the nation.'
-The purpose of the Institute
is to strengthen America's public


Thomas McDaniel Gerald Roberts


Thomas H. McDaniel, 75, of
Wewahitchka," passed- away-Sun-
day morning at his home. A na-
tive and lifelong resident of We-
wahitchka, he served in the Army
during WWII and was retired from
Independent Life Insurance Co.
He was a Shriner and a Mason.
and was Past Master of the Tupe-
lo Lodge #289. F&AM. In 1953,
he helped organize the Wewa-
:; :hitchka Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment and was an honorary mem-
a ber. He was a member of the First
Baptist Church of Wewahitchka,
and was currently a city commis-
sioner of Wewahitchka. having
served as Mayor and city commis-
sioner for a period of 40 years.
Survivors include his wife.
Minnie Ola McDaniel of Wewa-
hitchka: one daughter. Penny
l McLemore of Wewahitchka; four
sons. Ward McDaniel. Dixie
McDaniel and Larkin McDaniel of
Wewahitchka and Terry McDaniel
of Port St. Joe; nine grandchil-
dren, Lisa. David. Christy, Ken-
dra. Kara, Eric and Stephanie
McDaniel. Robert Knowles, and
Tranum McLemore: and one
great-grandchild.- Ben McDaniel.
The funeral service was held
at 2:00 p.m., Oct. 18th at the
First Baptist Church of Wewa-
hitchka. conducted by the Rev.
Richard Maddox and the Rev.
" :" Charles Petutis. Interment followed
in Jehu Cemetery with Masonic
graveside rites. He laid in state at
the Comforter Funeral Home. We-
; wahitchka Branch Chapel.


Gerald Stewart Roberts, 66,
of 800 15th St., Mexico Beach,
died Tuesday, Oct. 1 th in a local
hospital. He has been a resident
of this area for three years having
comr here from Fowlerville. Mich-
igan. Mr. _Roberts served his
country,in the U. S. Army. was a
member of the VFW Post # 10069
of Port St. Joe and was a member
of thel Mexico Beach United Meth-
odist Church. .
:' Mr. Roberts, is survived by his
.wife: Idale Roberts of Mexico
Beach, four daughters: DeaonTit-
us of Hartford, Iowa; Paula Snyd-
er and. Ellen Maybee of Fowler-
ville, Michigan, and 'Cheryl
,, '.Monroe of Webberville, Michigan;
seven sons: Gerald of St. Johns,,
Michigan; Keith, Don and James
of Fowlerville.. Michigan: Dean of
Waterville, Michigan; Dennis and
John of New Port Richey: three
brothers: Kenneth of Lynchburg.
Virginia; Ronald of Lansing, Mich-
igan and George of Gilbert, Arizo-
na: two sisters: Barbara Lyons of
Holiday, and Betty Greene of Gil-
bert, Arizona: 21 grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
S Funeral services for Mr. Rob-
erts. were ,held on Saturday,
Oct.15th at' the Mexico Beach
United Methodist Church with
the Re%'. Charles Parker officiat-
' ing. Memorialization will be by
cremation.:

Elaine R. Tukey
Elaine Ruth Sturtevant Tukev
died at the Marianna Convales-


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health system by enhancing the
leadership capacities of public
health officials. The Institute will
provide leaders with a forum for
discussion of contemporary pub-
lic health issues'.
Launched in July, 1991, the
Institute is funded by the Centers
for Disease Control (CDC) and is
conducted by CDC and the West--
ern Consortium for Public Health
under a three-year cooperative
agreement. The Western Consor-
tium represents schools of public
health at the University of Califor-
nia at Berkeley. University of Cal-
ifornia at Los Angeles, and San
Diego State University.
The program is designed to"
allow the scholars to participate
from their home offices through a
computer network and other self-.
study activities. The insUtute in-
cludes a one-week intensive
training experience to be held in
California in March, 1995.


cent Hospital in Marianna. on
Sunday, Oct. 2nd, where she had
been ill with cancer for a number
of years. She would have 81 years
old on the 6th of October.
She is survived by her daugh-
ter, Jo Ann (Jody) Daly of San
Francisco, California, who attend-
ed. Port St. Joe High School, and
her son, James Hale Tukey, of
Standing Stones Farmn, Pownal,
Maine. Mrs. Tukey was the Man-
ager of the" Olens Department.,
Store in St. Joe for a number of
years. A long-time resident of the
Gulf Coast of Florida she ran the ,
Collections Department of the
Marianna Credit Bureau for a
number of years, and during that
time, was a member of the Mari-
anna branch of the Business and
Professional Women's, Club. She ,
was the sister of Beverly Tyusof'
Marianna, daughter of Carrie Al--
freda Sturtevant. and sister of
Robert Sturtevant of Waterville,
Maine.
At her request, there was no
funeral or memorial service. Her
ashes will be scattered at Pemaq-
uid Beach. New Harbor, Maine.
where she spent many memora-
ble and happy summers.

Johnny Garcia
Mario John (Johnny) Garcia,
53, died October 16 in [LAWe B Ut4-
- "lei'-'-Mr. Garcli.-.,a native4'f'r e.'
- West; entered the armed services.
at the age of 17 and served In the
marines and In the army. 'He
worked as an X-ray technician.
He is survived by one daugh-
ter Lucinda (Tom) Chamberlain;
one grandson Tommy Chamber-
lain. all of Trenton. Ohio; his par-
ents Mario and Ruth Garcia of
Port St. Joe; two brothers. Rene
(Eva) of Titusville and Noel (Isa-
bel) of Miami; four sisters, Maria
(Randy) Johnson of Entei-prise.
Alabama, Karen (Bobby) Coleman
of Dothan. Ala., Myrna (David)
Fernandez of Port St. Joe; and
Brenda (Earl. Jr.) Weech of Suriy,
'Va.; and several aunts, uncles,
nieces, nephews and cousins. He
was preceded in death by his
Smother. Lucille NeSmith Lones
and his son. Nicky Garcia. Mr.
Garcia.who went home to be with
the Lord, was a, caring father and
a loving friend. '
Memorial services w%'ill be held
..at Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church on Saturday, October 22,
at 3:00 p.m. .

Dennis E. Moore
Dennis Earle Moore,. 42, of
4550 Northpointe Place, Pensaco'-
la, died Oct. llth in Crestvie"
He was a native of Pensacola and
had lived there for most of his
life. He was employed at the Oka,-
loosa Corrections Medical Facili-
ty.
Dennis is survied by his wife
Geraldine E. Moore: daughters',
Ranee Y. Thomas of Miami, and
Lisa S. Thomas of Pensacola: par-
ents Harold S. and Clara L.
Moore of Pensacola; sister Kath-
ryn (Wmin. E. P.) Parker of Port St.
,Joe and brother David S. (Ivey)
Moore of Sevierville, Tennessee.
Funeral sen Ices were held at
the Faith Chapel and Funeral


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Jerry Wynn is a 1965 gradu-
ate of Port St. Joe High School
and is the son of Ed and Marie
Wynn. He received his undergrad-
uate business degree from Florida
State University and a Master of
Business Administration from
Liberty University In Virginia. Jer-'
rv currently resides in Chatta-
lioochee.


Bus Drivers'
Course Slated
The Gulf County- School
Board., Transportation Depart-
ment, is planning on having a
school bus driver training (40)
hours class (if there are enough
registered participants). All per-
sons interested in becoming li-:
censed, please 'call the Port St.
Joe Bus Barn, 227-1204 (PSJ),
639-2422 (Wewa). .


Home of Pensacola on Friday,
Oct. 14th. The Rev. Winston Jay,
pastor of Richards Memorial Unit-
ed Methodist Church, officiated.




Selecting Crown'.
Bearer/Flower Girl
Any parent wanting to submit
their child to be selected as crown
bearer or flower girl for this year's
Port St. Joe High School Home-
coming celebration Is asked to
send a'picture, phone number,
-age, and full name of their son or
daughter by October 26th to the
high school office.
Requirements are: between
the age of four and six. and re-
sponsible transportation to and
from practice. If your child quail-
fies, please contact the high
school.


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NO TICE

TAX IMPACT OF PROPERTY APPRAISAL

-:'- ADJUSTMENT BOARD ',

COUNTY OF GULF

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD;

Honorable WARREN J. YEAGER, JR. HOnorable NATHAN PETERS, JR.
Board of County Commissioners District No. 5 Board of County Commissionets District No. 4


Honorable ,BILLY E. TRAYLOR
ioard of County Commissioners District No. 2


Honorable DAVID BYRD
School Board District No.


Honorable OSCAR RE
School Board District No.


DD


4.


The Property Appraisal Adjustment Board meets each year to review complaints regarding property tax
assessment and exemptions.

The purpose of the board is to enhance fairness In property taxes by corretting errors when they are
found to exist.

THE FOLLOWING TABLE SUMMARIZES THIS YEAR'S ACTION BY THE BOARD


Column Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column S Column i

Type Numberof Total Number of Total Number Reduction Lossin
of Exemptioh Number of Assessments oi Requests inTaxable Tax
Property Requests Exemption Reduced by for Value Due Dollars'
Granted by Requests TheOoard Assessment to Board
the Board Redu actions Action

Residential

Commercial : /
Industrial
and
Mscellan. .
ous "
A ulg .
A uigrl 2, .
Business
Machinery.
Equipment
Vacant-Lots
and Acreage
TbTALS 0 0' 3 0 0


ALL TAXPAYERS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT BOARD ACTIONS WHICH REDUCE
TAXABLE VALUE CAUSE TAX RATES APPLICABLE TO ALL PROPERTY TO BE
PROPORTIONALLY HIGHER


Questions concerning the actions taken by this Board may be addressed to the chailrpoerson or
clerk at the following telephone numbers:

CHAIRPERSON -. WARREN J. YEAGER, JR. (904) 229-6113
(Name) (Phone)

CLERK BENNY C. LISTER (904) 229-6113
(Name) (Phone)


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1994 PAGE 3B'


. Floridians ,Able to Have Pretty Green Lawns All Year Round
A 7 .'.' ,A A i u ee-um)-also called damping off, grass, especially during sp
A' 4B OOl' A t XP71ro'. eum s ale a


Roy Lee Carter
Florida is one of the fun plac-
es in our nation Where it's possi-
ble to maintain a green lawn
year-round. But to do this, we
have to use special winter grass.
this is because most of our .per-
manent lawngtasses fade and
lose their color in late fall. By the
time the first frost occurs. ,most
lawns, have turned brown. So; to


Florida's Community Redevel-
opment Task -Force- (eRTF}'"has
learned,&hat Congress has appro-
priated approximately $180 mil-
lion to help' redevelop communi-
ties in Florida, Georgia, and
Alabama that .were damaged by'
the floods which followed Tropical
Storm Alberto.
Officials with the Task Force,
which is charged by Gov .Lawton
Chiles with the long-term recov-
ery of flood-damaged areas, are
Shaling the supplemental, appro-
priation as a major success in its
efforts to get flooded commrunlties
back on .their feet. 'This commit-
ment from 'W4shinigbn fis thie
biggest piece of our puzzle," said
Task Force Chair Toni Riordan.
"Not only will it pay to buy flood
victims' homes and build them
new oies 'away from flood plains
- wleflch.lles at the hear of this
job it. will also provide money
for infrastructure needs like sewJ
er and' water systems;"
The funding will be distribut-
ed to the three states by the U.S.
Department of Housing and Ur-
ban Development (HUD). Florida's
share will be dispersed through
the Community Development
Block Grant (CDBG) and the
Home. Investment Partnership
(HOME) programs administered
by the Department of Community
Affairs (DCA). in which the Task
Force is housed. A copy of the
State's request for these monies
is attached.


keep, the lawn green, we- must
overseee" it. ,
Jn this article I'll talk about
overseeding your permanerit lawn
.,With a temporary grass, how .to
get it established and how to
maintain it. Our information was
provided byg Extension Urban
Horticulturist Dr. Robert Black'of
the University of Florida's Insti-
tute of Food and Agricultural Sel-


ScUvetiVe F1UD 'funding in each
community have been identified
by the Task Force and local com-
munity leaders.
Word of the appropriation fol-
lows the CRTF's appeal to Con-
gress during a i-lp to Washing-
ton, D.C. last month. TheJ Task
Force.. credits Florida's congres-
sional delegation, especially U. S.
SRep. Pete Peterson, D-Marianne,
in convincing Congress to appro-
priate the money.
Flood-damaged Panhandle
communities will have t6 compete
with their counterparts from
Georlgia and Alabama for the
money, but Riordan is confident
Florida will fare well. "Gov. Chiles
organized the Task Force soon af-
ter the floodwaters receded. We
-know exactly what to ask for and
that has put us miles ahead of
the other states."
H .." i' "-


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* ences '.:.' ,
Several cool-season grasses
can be used for overseeding. But,
-the best one for Florida is rye-
grass. Annual ryegrass is most
popular because the seed germi-
nates rapidly, It grows fast, Is
fairly Inexpensive, and is adapta-
ble to a variety of growing condi-
tions. it does well in sun or
. sade1 and it tolerates close, fre-
quent mowing. If seeded heavily.
annual ryegrass -can provide a
dense, beautiful winter laewn.
Establishing a itinter rye-
grass lawn if fairly simple. The
best time to do it is after the per-
manent lawn' has been turned
brown by frost. You'll have less
trouble with plant diseases late in
the fall, when temperatures are
cooler. Start by mowing the per-
manent lawn extra close and rak-
ing up all debris. Dethatching at
this time is a good idea. But, if
you can't detha'tch, at least re-


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move as much of the dead .grass
as you can with a rake-the
leaves, not the runner or roots.
S Next, spread the ryegrass
'seeds. You'll need between five
and fifteen pounds per one-
thousand square feet. If possible,
buy seeds that have been treated
with a fungicide. And, be sure
they're fresh and weed-free. Apply
the seeds with a fertilizer spread-
er.
To get the jnost uniform
stand of ryegrass, divide :the
seeds into two applications. Sow
half the seeds in one direction
over the lawn. Then, go back and
sow the rest at' right angles to
your original path. After you
spread the seeds: rake the lawn
lightly, to help the seeds get
through the permanent grass and
make contact with the soil.
Now it's time for watering-
one of the most Important steps.
The newly seeded lawn should re-
Sceive light waterings once or twice
,*a day, until the seeds germinate.,
Keep the seeds moist, but be
careful not to overwater. Overwa-
tering can wash the seeds away,
and it may add to disease prob-
lems. Once the grass is well es-
tablished, water as needed.
The .disadvantage of estab-
lishing a ryegrass lawn Is that
you'll have to fertilize about once
a month. The first time, use a
complete fertilizer-a 8-8-8 or 10-
10-10. For all other applications.
use a nitrogen fertilizer. Always
follow the manufacturer's recom-
mended rates.
If you fertilize properly, the
ryegrass lawn will grow quickly.
and you'll need to mow about
once a week. Begin mowing as
soon as the grass is tall enough
to be cut-about one or two Inch-
es high.
Finally, watch for a disease
problem known a pythium (PITH-


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Tossed Salad, Milk, Cookie
TUES: Chicken, Potatoes
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WEDS: Meat & Cheese
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FRI: Chili Cons Came, Sliced
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WHS Gator :
Band NewS:
by Chris Atchison, Reporter
Friday. October 14th was-'
Homecoming for the Wewahltch-.
ka Fighting Gators.'. The band
played and marched in the Home-;
coming parade and later provided
the music for the pre-game.
crowning of the, Homecoming, ;
King and Queen. The half-time
show was a real; crowd pleaser'
i and the band received a standing
ovation. -
Gulf County was very well i
'represented this weekend when.
the Gator Sound Band traveled to!
Opp, Alabama, orn Saturday, Oc-
tober, 15th. They competed in the I
14th Annual Little Big Horn
Marching Contesti The band re-
ceived top honors with a Superior
Srating..The Majorettes and Dance.. !
Line received Superior ratings-
andr the Flag 'Corps received aff
excellent rating. We're proud of
each and every one of our band
members. Hours of practice arid.,
hard work go into preparing for
an event like this and dedication
from the band director, sponsors,
students and parents. Congratu-
lations Gator Sound Band, we
love oullll '
We would like to thank-the
community and fans for their,
support. When you visit-the con-
cession stand buy a bard"'calen-
dar or let us wash your car, you
are helping this dedicated group
of band students. We appreciate
all the help and support you have
given us.


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School News


Events and Happenigs 'From County Schools


Wewahitchka

Elementary

News...
By Linda Whitfield


"How's that again?" Jessica
Husband, 3-year old daughter of
school secretary Sandra Hus-
band, had heard her mother men-
tion a student who had chicken
pox. She told everyone that in-
quired that "Ashley had the 'corn
pox'!" She remembered It was
some kind of food-sounding word!
When her mother came home
from Panama City with her penny
loafers re-soled, Jessica was
quick to notice, "Mama, you've
got your new old shoes ont"
Our Sympathy Goes To...
WES faculty and staff would like
to offer their sympathy to student
Stefanie McDaniel and to Sue


McDaniel in the loss .of their
granddaddy and father-in-law.
Thomas McDaniel died Sun-
day morning, 'Oct. 16th after 'a
battle with cancer. Mr. McDaniel,
a commissioner and insurance
salesman, was a life-long resident
of Wewahitchka. He is survived
by his wife Minnie Ola, five chil-
dren, grandchildren and a host of
relatives.


Bulldog News
Port St. Joe Elementary School


Students of the Week,
Congratulations to our stu
dents of the week: Kati Calvarese
Sheena Bell, Victoria McCall., Mel
Sody Zimmerman, Randi Boddye
Adam Hamm and Rosanna Eme
ley.
Positive Action News
Our positive action word fo
next week is RESPONSIBILITY
As your children grow older, giv
them more responsibilities an
more freedom. Both are Impor
tant for self-esteem. At least once
a year, re-think the rules you se
for your child; and sometimes
ask your child, "What do yoi
think?" (You might be surprised
at the answer.)
P.T.A. News
The Port St. Joe Elementar
- School:. qHalloween parade and
costume contest is scheduled fo
Saturday, Oct. 29th. All partial
pants are asked to meet at th
railroad building parking lot on
First Street at 9:30 a.m. The pa
rade will begin at 10:00 a.m.
First, second and third prize
will be awarded inr each of fou
categories: Pre-K and kindergart
en, first and second grades, thin
and fourth grades and fifth and
sixth grades. First place winner
will receive $15; second place
$10: and third place $5.
There will not be a carnival a
the school.
I.C.U. Messages
Here are some "I see you" do
ing something positive messages.
I. see Tommy Curry being
kind to other people, Love Rebe
kah.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR!


I see Jessica Ford being nice
i- to me on my birthday, Jessica
'. Bland.
I- A student spilled some juice
'e, in the lunchroom and Julia Com-
- forter helped her clean It up.
Kanssa Keels helped keep the
classroom safe by pushing chairs
or under the desks.
Y. Adopt-A-Class
e Thanks to the efforts of our
d P.T.A.. and Kim Smith. 'every
,r- class at our school has been
e adopted. This program gives our
:t teachers the opportunity to pur-
S. ,chase items that will enhance
u their classroom. Thanks to every-
d onel
Parents Make the Differ-
ence: Parents!: We need your
y help in making sure your child
d arrives on- time to school. The bell
r rings at 7:55 a.m.' to..begin our
- school day. When students are
e late, it means lost learning timely
n Please help us by bringing your
a- child to school on time. Remem-
ber the bell rings at 7:55 a.m.
s
r The Week in Review From a
t- Student's Point of View by Lisa
d Curry
d This week, students at Port
s St. Joe Elementary School had a-
e "half-week." Thursday, Oct. 20th
and Friday, Oct. 21st were teach-
it er in-service days. Kids are look-
ing forward to more "play days".
Girls' basketball is coming
along well. The girls have learned
- to make the most of the "lay-ups"
they shoot. They have also
g learned to be experienced ball
- handlers. By playing games, the
girls have learned to play aggres-
sive, but fair and organized bas-
ketball.


From the Principal's-Desk

Wewahitchka

High School
By Larry A. MatheS


GO GATORS!!
Homecoming would need to be called a resounding success! A
really large group of former grads returned to WHS. visited, ate
lunch and generally just had a good time. Some from the 1939
class were there, claiming to be the oldest class represented Then
the football team came through with a big win over Chattahoochee
41-61 What else could you ask for? The parade was well attended,
Jennifer Marquez and Jamie Rushing were crowned Queen and
King! Thanks to all who made Homecoming a success, especially
Mrs. Jordan and Mrs. Holloway, and the many students who helped
decorate! .
The GATOR Band marched, played at the game, packed up and
went to Opp, Alabama for a competitive Marching Festival. I'm not
sure of all the details, but they came back sporting a huge trophy
(and a couple of smaller ones) and saying something about being
rated #1 and earning Superiors. Ask any band member, and con-
gratulate them and Terry Stryker, director, and Mrs. Peak and Mrs.
Cole their dance line and twirler took the highest awards also!
Congratulations go to to Kelli Jones and Casey Kelley, for being
nominated to compete for the High School Heisman Student Athlete
Awards. Good grades and athletic achievement allow them to com-
pete nationally for this honor.
The Optimist Clubs of Bay and Gulf County are sponsoring
"Student Recognition Week" in November. Seniors Mike Greene and
Rachel Myers have been selected to represent Wewahitchka High
School, based on achievement and student body representative.
Volleyball is winding down the District Tournament will be
held in Wewa, October 27. & 28 with Wewa, Altha, Apalachicola,
Carrabelle, Liberty Co.,. and Grand Ridge and Sneads battling to
represent the district in the playoffs.
The voters have been cast to decide whether or not to divide the
playoffs next year into public/private sections. -If you're wondering,
my vote went to divide, so as to put everyone on a more level play-
.ing field. We'll see what it leads to next year
Thanks to the many businesses and individuals who, as al-
ways, pitched in to help make Homecoming a big success!
Don't forget to VOTE, November 8th. Don't let others decide for
youI


In-Service on October 20th
& 21st Gulf County School Sys-
tem received $260,450 from the
state this year to satisfy our Blue-
print for Career Preparation Im-
plementation Plan for 1994-95.
Technical Learning Activities are
used in the classroom to motivate
students, incorporate maximum
hands-on activities, provide many
visual experiences, raise stu-
dents' expectations, develop a lik-
ing to learn attitude and develop
student pride. All teachers in Gulf
County will report either to We-
.wahitchka Elementary School or
to Port St. Joe High School for
these sessions. TLA's have been
very successful by other districts
in the state and we know they
will be the same for us.
Coupon Checkbook Fund-
raiser Very Successful Mr. Kel-
ley would like to thank all stu-
dents and parents for. the
tremendous job you did in selling
the coupon checkbooks for WES.
We sold a total of 330 for a profit
of $2,310. Leading the pack for
the room that sold the most was


Port St. Joe

Middle r

School

News....



by Julia Six
The Port Sit. Joe Middle
School continues to develop activ-
ities and set new traditions that
will be followed for years to come.
The Middle School football
season ended last Thursday,
night, October 13th. The guys
and girls did a great job this year.
winning one, losing three, and ty-
ing one. They also played an in-
tramural game which the entire
middle school got to watch. The
football team was separated into
Stwo groups -= the "white tenm"
and the "purple team." In this
game. the "white team" won.
Great job middle school Sharks!
Don't despair sports fans:
sports continue. Girl's middle
school basketball is under way.
The team is being coached by Jim
Belin. Any girl Interested In par-
ticipating is encouraged to sign
.:up in the middle school office im-,
mediately.
The Junior Beta club is now
taking formation. This club is for
outstanding achievers and stu-
dents that have and wish to de-
velop important values such as,
trust, loyalty, responsibility, and
the ability to work as part of a
group. Membership is voluntary
and participation is very reward-
ing. Look for this club to do many
community service activities.
Some important dates to re-
member: Wednesday. October
19th school pictures will be
taken. Be sure to wear your
smiles! Also, Beta club applica-
tions are due. Good luck appli-
cants. Thursday and Friday. Oc-
tober 19th-20th. teachers will
participate in in-service training
which means valuable lessons for
the teachers and two free days for
the students.
FridayV October 28th. during
fifth and sixth periods, the Har-
vest Festival dance will be held.
Put on your best costume. A prize
will be given to first and second
place winners.
That's middle school news for
this week. Have a great one!


Miss Tracy Bowers' First Grade
Class. They sold '54 and earned
$378.
Carla Whitfield is Second
Grade Student of the Week Dor-
is Jean Whitten chose seven -year
old Carla Whitfield as theStudent
of the Week, Carla is the daugh-
ter of Tim and Patricia Whitfield.
Her favorite subject In school in
math. When she grows up, she
would like to be a police woman. '
Her favorite song is "I Am A Posi-
tive Action Kid.", which is one of
our new self-esteem songs. at
school. If she could visit any-:
where in the world, it would be
New York. Carla's favorite book Is
Easter Bunny, Lost Eggs. When
asked what she wonders about,
Carla, said she; wondered how a
dog breathes., At school, Carla
likes, to play with Sarah. Brandy,
and Britney. Carla had this to say
about herself, "I feel good on the ,
Inside. I'm sweet." Her teacher
added, "Carla always has great
manners and is always ready to
listen and learn." We need more
like Carla at our school. :'
WHS Senior Tutorial Pro-,
gram in Second Grade In con-
Junction with the Writing Work-
shop Program In second grade,
teachers Alisa Walker, Doris Jean
Whitten and Judi Lister have;
some marvelous student assist-
ants to help edit. proof. etc. Spe-
cial thanks to Seniors from WHS.
They are Taveka Jackson. Mi-
chael Greene. Jennifer MarqLiez.
Latrelle Kent. Rachel Myers, Cora
Hathcox. Shanna Forehand, Ca-
sey Kelley. Cindy Jordan, Misty
Loftin. Niki Taunton. Jason Kret-
zer. Mark Cunningham. Jason
Mooneyham, Lori Layton, Corrina
Copeland and Jamie Wood. These
students come on Thursday for
an hour of Instruction. We appre-
ciate them!
Upcoming Events Fall Festi-
val -'_ Friday. October 28th. Vete-
ran's Day Program. Friday. No-
vember Id th (at the football field).
Third Grade Play. 'Thanksgiving"
SWednesday, November 23rd.


i


Good News
Greg Weston. husband, of
- first grade teacher. Becky Weston
is due home soon to continue to
recuperate from an Industrial ac-
cidernt! We wish Greg a speedy re-
covery. We also wish Steve Hatta-
way a continued recovery. Steve
will remain in Mobile for a while
longer. t '. '
Halloween Carnival ::,.
'Volunteers needed-moms or
dads or both!
The annual Halloween Carni-
val will be held Saturday. October
,29th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00
p.m. EDT.
Kids save up your pennies!
There will be lots of fun things to,
do...fishing, 'cake walks, ball
throws. haystacks, and lots of ,
events! There will also be a pa-
rade before the carnival so be
thinking of your outfit. Will you
be a ghost?, a goblin?, a witch, or
who? .
Yearbook
The first Hawk yearbook is
on sale now.r Orders are .being
taken for $10 per book. Deadline
Is October 25th. Parents look for
an envelope in your students'
backpack.
Kindergarten News,
Smokey, the Bear visited last
week to help the, children learn
about how dangerous fire can be


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The students of PSJHS were
busy cramming this week for the
PSAT and the HSCT. The PSAT
was given to any sophomore or
junior on October 1 I who was in-
terested In preparing for the SAT.
The HSCT was administered to all
,juniors on the 12th and 13th.
One must pass the HSCT
(High School Competency Test) in
order to graduate.
Students interested in apply-
ing to Troy State Uni-
versity are invited to
Preview Day on Sat-
urday. Oct. 29, from
9:00 a.m. to 1:00
p.m. This would be a
great opportunity to
visit the campus and
learn more about the .
university.
The Educational
Communications
Scholarship Founda-
tion has provided
PSJHS with applica-
tion forms for $1000
scholarship awards.
Criteria include GPA.
test scores, activities, and finan-
cial need. Applications are posted
on the scholarship bulletin board
for any interested senior.
Senior portraits will be taken
Oct. 26. Sign up in the media
center for a time slot.
The Herff-Jones representa-
tive will be on campus Monday.
October 31. to deliver infonnation
packets for graduation Invitations
and caps and gowns. The orders
will be taken on Friday. Novem-
ber 4, at which time $40 depos-
itis required. ...
The POPS Club will be col-
, electing eyeglasses for the needy
for their "Make a Difference Day"
project. If you have any dona-


to all of them and to our wildlife,
who share the earth with us. Par-
ents, continue to teach your child
about the proper and non-proper
use and causes of fire. "Smokey,
we thank you for comingl.
.' -
Sixth Grade News
What is going on in Miss
April's sixth grade? Ifyou walk in;
you will find yourself in the model
of a circulation system Yes,
you will actually follow the blood
through the heart and through
the arteries, veins and capillariesl
The class enhances this
"''study of the Circulatory' System
,by.-exercising outside to check
their pulse rate before and after
exercise. And, immmmn, the deli-
cious nutritional feast they ate in
conjunction with pJieir study of
the body was seeking its way
through the halls. Melanie Bar-'
ber, Heather Hayden and Melissa,;
Haun prepared this dinner! When
they brought me a plate out to P.
E., it Included Melanie's delicious
chicken, strawberries, kliwi and
whipped cream: Heather's
... -,. '.. : -. .../ ,


tions, please contact Tony Barbee
or Marilyn Witten by October 3 1.
The boys cross country team
placed third, in their division, at
FSU Invitational Cross Country
Meet on Saturday. October 8.
Germain Clark placed 23rd
among the 195 runners with a
time of 16:58. Germain's Ume es-
tablished a new sophomore class
record. Cabe Clark placed 31st
with a time of 17:09. Robble Dix-
son was 88th with
18:07. Matt Dixon
w\,as 129th with
19:12. Jonathan
Stripling was 137th
with 19:19, Chad
Thompson was 141st
with 19:23 and Eric
Sellers was 161st
with 20:20. 1q
Congratulations
to the Junior Varsity
football team for a 20-
7 victory over Marian-
na. They will play
r their final home game
Thursday at 6:30
p.m.. against Florida
H igh. : ,' .
Also, congratulations to the
varsity and junior varsity volley-
ball teams on their victory over
Apalach.
Friday, October 14, PSJHS
held a PRIDE pep rally. The stu-
dents who met the criteria for the
s second semester of last year re-
ceived a T-shirt during the rally.
The criteria for the semester
award is no grade lower than a
"C" on any report card during the
semester, no more than four ab-
sences per semester, no discipli-
nary referrals, maintain active
membership in two or more
school-sponsored clubs or organi-
zations, and one must provide a
community service.


scrumptious vegetable soup and.
salad and Melissa's rolls. Thanks
girls! Melanie summed It up: "We
had fun doing it!" ,
Full Moon ".
The fdll mow is upon usi
The full moon "-ffects fishing.
hunting, and yes-kids! And not
only kids, adults and animals tool
Positive action! Yes! A:good
time to practice patience
...patience with ourselves, our
kids, and our pets.


Gulf County
Council for

Juvenile Justice
The Gulf County Council for
Juvenile Justice will meet Moh-
Sday, October 24th. at 1:45 a.mn.
:at the Port St. Joe High School.
Lunch will be $2.00. If interested
in purchasing a lunch call 22-7-
3462 by October 20th to order
'one.


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MEETS
Bible Study: Worship:
10 a.m. Sunday 11 a.m. Sunday
7p.m. Wednesday Nursery
Minister: Tom Skipper 229-8310
WRITE FOR FREE EIGHT LESSON BIBLE STUDY
P. 0. Box 758 Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Corner of 20th Street & Marvin Avenue


FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
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 ........p.........................7 p.m.


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
MEXICO BEACH
823 N. 15th Street
648-5776
SSun. Bible Study (all ages)..................9:00 CST
Morning Worship ...........................10:00 CST
Evening Worship.............. ...........6:30 CST
',Wed. Bible Study (all ages)..............6:30 CST
Rev. Tommy Doss, Pastor



Highland View
United Methodist Church
Corner of 4th St. & Parker Ave.
Highland View
Lynwood Wynne, Pastor
Sunday School............................................. ..10 a.m.
Morning W orship ................................................. 11 a.m .
Evening W orship ............................................................................ 6 p.m .


Full Gospel Fellowship
PETE WANCHIK. PASTOR
Office: 227-2033 103 Garrison Avenue Home: 229-9033
Sunday .................................................................... 10:00 a.m .
Tuesday Home Fellowship........................................ 7:30 p.m.
Thursday Bible Study ................................................ 7:00 p.m.


'^ FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

CHURCH
S, 508 Sixteenth Street 227-1756
it i" I SUNDAY WORSHIP...'............. 10 a.m.
ADULT SCHOOL....... .................11 a.m.
( U S ? *SUNDAY SCHOOL Young Children
Nursery Available
The Rev. Joseph Eckstine, Pastor



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MORNING WORSHIP. ......... ... 11:00 a&m. WEDNESDAY 7:00 p.m.
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Long Avenue Baptist Church
1601 Long Avenue
CHRIS CRIBBS MARK JONES
Interim Pastor Minister of Music


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111 North 22nd St..
SMexico Beach, FL 32410'
Morning Church............9:00 a.m. CT
Church School...................... 10:00 a.m. CT
Nursery Provided
Chades M. Parker, Pastor,,--' John Anderson, Music Director
Office Phone:-648-8820! Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am 12 noon CT


W. H. '"Trey" Carr. Ill; an Au-'
gust graduate of the University of
West Florida with a bachelor's de-
' gree in Pre-Professional Biology,
is now serving as a Peace Corps
Volunteer in Mauretania,, West
Africa. After a three month train-
ing period in Kaedi on the Sene-
gal River, he will be assigned to
work in disease control In that
country. Disease control volun-
teers operate in teams in coopera-
tion with local clinics, hospitals
or in mobile units delivering ser-
vices such as immunization, sani-
tation and health education, pure
water procurement as well as the
identification and treatment of
disease within local communities.
Mauretania has a population
of over two million of which some
46 per cent are 14 years of age or
younger as well as a life expec-
tancy of about 42 years. Medical
personnel are in extremely a short
supply there with only about one


by Jackie ~Quarles
It's been a lot quieter around
Faith Christian this week. Most of
the 7th-12th grade students are
away at 'The Wilds," a school
camp in North Carolina. We wish
them a wonderful trip and know
thateithey will enjoy the beautiful
fall colors in the mountains.
The Book Fair continues,
through Friday. There will be spe-
cial hours, Thursday. Oct. 20th
from 5:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. A
welcome addition to the usual
Scholastic ,Book Fair is a group of
books from a Christian publisher.
This is a good opportunity to buy'
ahead for Christmas.
The Beta Club enjoyed an
evening of bowling and a great
meal at the Pizza Hut. A big
thank you to Mrs. Jim Roberts for
arranging the trip and to Mrs.
Shonnie Peterson and Mrs. Nor-
man Schwelkert for helping.
Our Christmas cards and
wrap orders are in and ready to
be distributed. Students have two
weeks to get them out. We wish
. to again thank all those who sup-
Sported Faith Christian in the
sales campaign.
The new school building con-
tinues to move toward comple-
tion. The windows and doors are
in place. light fixtures are being
put up and bathroom cabinets
are being built. We are thankful


Howard Creek
Baptist Church
Community Sing
Howard' Creek Baptist
Church will host the Community
Sing, Saturday, October 21st, at
7:00 p.m. EDT. All churches -in
the area are encouraged to come
and share their message In song.
SFor more information con-
'cerning this or other community
sings, call Earl or Melba Peak at
229-6547. .

Amazing Grace,.
Amazing Grace Apostolic
Church will be having a Building
Fund program, Oct. 22nd 7:00
p.m. (Robbins Avenue). Everyone
is welcome to come and fellow-,
ship with them.

Card of Thanks!
Gulf Pines Hospital, the Sen-
ior Citizen Center and the Irintera-
gency Council would like to thank
the sponsors, volunteers, and
participants for making this
health fair such a success.
Thanks also go out to City
Hall for the useiof the Centennial
building and, of course, to the
community residents for attend-
ing.

Thank You Card
The Highland View Volunteer
,Fire Department would like to
take this opportunity to thank
those residents of Highland View
who came to our Open House,
Oct. 11 th. Thank you for.the con-
tributions, the support and for
the two new members. The Flour
Mill did the cake-it was, as usu-
al, beautiful, and delicious! Our-
aim is to be better trained to save
lives, and property. With your con-
tinued support, we can do just
that. Thanks again

- Card of Thanks
The many acts of kindness,
assistance, prayer and condo-
lence during J's illness and at her
death are deeply appreciated. Her
passing was too soon and your
caring made a difficult burden a
great deal lighter.
Bill McGee and family


doctor. for every one hundred
thousand people. The Peace
Corps role is to provide these peo-
ple with the knowledge to make a
better life for themselves as well
as to provide access to certain ba-
sic aspects of modern medicine.
Volunteers are trained, in
cross-cultural affairs, the techni-
cal aspects of disease control and
the language of the area to which
the volunteer is going to be as-
signed. After he has completed
'this course, Trey will spend the
next eighteen months in Maureta-
nia engaged in disease control.
Trey is the son of W. H. "Bil-
ly' Carr, Jr. of Port St. Joe and.
Joann :Burns of Tallahassee. He
Sis the grandson of Dr. and Mrs.
G. D. Snyder of Blountstown and
W. H. 'Bill" Carr, Sr. of Port St.
SJoe, and the great-grandson ofC.
G. Costin. Sr. of Port St. Joe.



Lion's Tafe
-News Column
Faith Christian School

for all who have donated time and
effort to these projects.
The Second Grade will be vis-
iting with totally awesome, ani-
Smated dinosaurs this Friday at
the Junior Museum in Panama
City. After enjoying the "Dinosaur
Alive" exhibit, the students.
teacher. "Miss Sue" Monteiro, and
chaperone parents will enjoy a
pan pizza from Pizza Hut.
S The aluminum can collection
Shas been very successful. The
9th-loth grade students are
leading .the contest with six: large
bags. Faith Christian accepts alu-
minum cans all year, but October
is the month for special emphasis
for the can collection contest.
-m m m
I literacy Volunteers I
|of Gulf County
Help Somone In Need
II To Read.... I
I Volunteer -or- Learn To Read
....TODAY!
T--5 229-6166 I
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NAPA SILVER
OIL FILTERS / -r-n
For rrCmot dC,,Tieic rn, iTipn A iler
CarS and Ia hl Irurl..s e /

AS LOW AS
$o199
*To'2.99


THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY. OCT. 20, 1994 PAGE SB



Pine Street Overstreet.* Phone 648-8144


Bro. Harold J. McClelland, Jr.,
Pastor


W.L. Remain,
Pastor Emeritus


Sunday School................................. 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship..................................11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Evening .......................... 7:00 p.m.


THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GULF COUNTY

ST. JAMES' 800 22nd STREET PORT ST. JOE
++ 7:30 and 11:00 a.m. (ET)
4+ +:1ST. Sunday School 9:45
ST. JOHN'S WEWAHITCHKA
S 8:00 a.m. (CT)

THE REV. JERRY R. HUFT, Pastor


"THE EXCITING PLACE TO WORSHIP"
R- First Baptist Chiurch i
102 THIRD STREET- PORT ST. JOE
Sunday School 9:45 am
Worship 11:00 am
Disciple Training 6:00 pm
,, Evening Worship 7:00 pm
S Wednesday Prayer Meeting.... 7:00 pm
Gary Smith Buddy Caswell'
Pastor Minister of Music & Youth
9


r St. Joe Assemb(y of qod
309 6th Street*Port St. Joe
Sunday School...................... 10:00 am
Morning Worship Service........ 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Service ........ 6:30 pm
Wednesday Bible Study........... 6:30 pm
Jeffery Scalf
Pastor. ;' "
t Comeo and receivee odCfs BfeSsings t [


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Catch the S t PotS.Jo
S THEUNITEDMETHODISTCHURCH .
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'


NAPA "
HALOGEN HEADLIGHTS
Foui-Lamp Svysem Two-Lamp Syslem


R$4 EACe H $9 EACH "
Replacement Bulbs
S *7.99 EACH


NAPA Auto Parts 4NAPAI


201 Long Avenue Phone: 229-8222 WE KEEP AMERICA UNNING.


Trey Carr Serving

with Peace Corps

A Volunteer In Mauretania


.. ~-" Jesus says, "Come to me, all you who
are weary and burdened, and I will give
:you rest.." Matt 11:28 N/V

S ,-~ I. .(:^ t Ci I t }l, ,ui ll'

Upstairs, First Union Bank Building MinumentuAve.
Sunday Morning Bible Study for all ages 9:00am
Soul Satisfying Worship Service 10:00am
Sunday Afternoon Discipleship Training 5:001m
Informal Sunday Night Service 6:00pm
'Tues. Children Choirs 3:30pm, Wed. Prayer Service 6:30pm


AS U AOU.HENAA AIONAL ARRATYiPRGRAM


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THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. FL THURSDAY. OCT. 20, 1994


AUCTION


Friday
t. OCTOBER 21
DOWNTOWN
APALACHICOLA

82 Commerce St.
Preview 6-7 p.m.
Auction starts 7 p.m.


Wade Clark


AUCTIONS
; .r,
Col. Wade andPaula Clark
904-653-2563
BLL.. ULc. .AB0001239
Atic. Uc. B AU0001737
Auc. LIc. BAU0001743
IT 10/20


, .



'!1: '74 VW Bug. runs but needs
i.work. Make offers 648-4229.. leave
.message. Itp 10/20
'" 1986 Szuk'i 185, 4 wheeler.
$.600. Call 229-8121. 4ltp 10/20
1983 FI00,'4.9 (6) lwb. low mile-
age. a/L' am/fm. no rust. new tires.
$3.000. 229-8642. Itp 10/20
S -, L.
1984' Cad. CpDe\vile.'excel. con-
'afltion. p.s..r p.b.. alc.. 'am/fm. ct.
'cruise:' p.seat,. :p.wind..,,a level ride,
.overhauled eng. & trans., new comp.,
new ac.comp.. auto. light dim. etc.
Must see. 229-6879. Ittc-10/20
85'Nissahi 'M-ll condi-
'ion. .3.500. 227 10/20
.-i '93 CHEVY S10 pickup. I owner.
9588 miles. 6 cyl.. 5 spd factory war-
ranty remaining. 229-6961.

CASH NOW BUYING
Used Cars and Trucks. Local and
out-of-state vehicles. Two locations to
serne you. Maybann, Motor. ?.orl,.SL
J&#e. 22 I-51'.ka .sed Cars.
Wewahltchka. 639-5810.
tfc 10/6


AUTMTV FO RETO RENT ARGSAE


1975 Chevy van, full size bed in
back. $300. See at 99 2nd Ave.. Oak
Grove. PSJ. Itp 10/20
*93 TOYOTA TERCEL, 2 dr..
13.200 miles, program car, factory
warranty remaining, 229-6961.
Itc 10/20

RD 125 Yamaha, looks and runs
good. $400 obo. 229-8959. leave mes-
sage. Itp 10/20
*89 FORD BRONCO. extra nice. 2
whl. 83.000 miles. 229-6961.
lie 10/20

'88 Mazda 626LX 5 spd. power
sunroof, brakes, windows & steering.
windows & steering, cruise control.
runs great. $3.200 obo. 647-3497 af-
ter 6 p.m. tfc 10/6
Vehicles for Sale: 1988 Mercury
Topaz. 1990 Nissan Stanza. 1989
Honda NX-650K motorcycle. Call Deb-
bie at St. Joe Papermakers Federal
Credit Union for more details 227-
1156. 2tc 10/13





1981 7.5 hp Evinrude motor.
runs good. $350, 229-8656.after 7:00
p.m. Itc 10/20
1978 20 hp Mercury. outboard
electric start w/new wiring. harness
& electric components. $700. 639-
5150. lte 10/20
1991 .Rivercraft boat. '92 60 hp
motor, no hours on motor. Take up
Payments at 'St. Joe Papermakers
FCU. 229-6580. Itc 10/20
1988 Vision 280 Pro 19 ft.. 1988
Johnson GT175 horsepower motor.
1991 homemade 19' trailer. Call Deb-
bie at-.-SL Joe Papermakes Federal
Credit'4Union for more details. 227-
1156.i 2tc 10/13
STEVE'S OUTBOARD SERVICE.
White City. anytime. 827-2902.
tfc 10/6

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
PAYSI Call 227-1278 to place
yours.., *3.0 for first insertion,
$2.00 a ieek for consecutive: runs,
plus SOpr word for lover 20.


One bedroom apartment. reason-
able. Call 647-3402. 3tc 10/20
For Rent or Sale: Business or
house on Hwy. 98, 41st St.. Mexico
Beach. 648-3090. 4tp 10/20
For rent in Wewa: 3 bedroom. 2
bath remodeled home. $475 month
plus security deposit. 639-2454.
tfc 10/20

Apartment for rent on Mexico
Beach. ocean view. spacious. 2 bdrm..
I ba.. washer/dryer hookup. cable.
water & garbage pickup included. No
pets, $500 month. 648-5903. tfc 9/29
2 bdrm., I ba. furnished mobile
home, ch&a. washer. Must see inside
to appreciate. $275 mo. $175 security
deposit. 308 2nd St.. HV. 647-3264.
tfc 10/6

12'x40' furnished trailer. Call
648-5306. tfc 10/6
Beachfront. Beacon Hill. one
bdrm., I 1/2 ba., furnished town-
house, $525 month. Call Parker Real-
ty at Mexico Beach, 648-5777.
tfc 10/6

2 bedroom unfurnished trailer at
St. Joe Beach. 647-5327. tfc 10/6
The Phantry Hotel. Rooms Pri-
vate baths or dormitory style. Daily or
weekly rates. 302 Reid Ave. Port St.
Joe, 229-9000. tfc 10/6

PINE RIDGE APTS., (904) 227-
7451. Rents starting at $225.00 per
mo. Affordable Living for-low to mid-
dle 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 10/6
OFFICE SPACE. Call George
Duren at 229-6031 and leave mes-
sage. tfc 10/6


Two bedroom fur-
nished apartment. $300
per month. One bedroom
apartment, $200.00 per
:,moqth, 2Gll QGorge -Dur-,
,A at 2'29-8398.;- 'c ]e 113,


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 laundry rm. ch&a. dish-
washer & stove, fully carpeted. No
pets.
FURNISHED
* Small ,2 bdrm. home, auto. heat &
air, washer/dryer hook-up.
* One bedroom apartment, washer/
dryer hook-up.
Call 229-6777 after 7 p.m.
tfc 10/6

Warehouses, small and large.
some with office, suitable for small
business. 229-6200. tfc 10/6
No need for wet carpets. Dry
clean them with HOST. Use rooms
right away. Rent machine. St. Joe
Furniture. 227-1251. thru 12/94
Liberty Manor Apts.. 800 Tap-
per Dr., Port St. Joe. Affordable
housing for the elderly and the
handicapped.
Cen. h &a, laundry facilities, en-
ergy efficient 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 10/6
DOWNTOWN PORT ST. JOE
DUPLEX
Central heat/air, 2 bdrm., 1
ba., stove, refrig., $295 month
plus utilities. 227-5443
One month deposit &
lease required.
tfc 10/20


V A


Three family yard sale. Sat.. Oct.
22. 7 a.m. COT. N. 29th SL. Mexico
Beach. We have loads of everything
imaginable. including plants and
good. clean clothing, sizes 16-18.
S. Itp 10/20


Yard Sale: Sat. OcL 22, 8 until
1. 109 Third Ave.. H.V. Several fami-
lies. Rain cancels. No early sales.
Itp 10/20

106 Second Ave.. Oak Grole.
Lots of misc. items. Friday Saturday
8-5. Itc 10/20
Yard Sale: Fri. and Sat.. 8-5. St.
Joe Beach. Tools, tools, tools & more
tools, clothes, books & household
items. Toys & much more. Hwy. 98 &
Bay S. lie 10/20
Garage Sale: 2104 Cypress Ave..
Saturday. 7-12. Come and see good
Junk. Itp 10/20

Carport Sale: Friday, Oct. 21st
113 Monica Drive, Ward Ridge. 9 a.m.
2 p.m. 1976-1977 basketball cards.
table & 4 chairs, shelves, nick nacks.
toys. clothes & other items.
Itp 10/20

Yard Sale: Saturday, 8:30 till.
743 Jones SL in Jones Homestead,
across from Flour Mill. I tc 10/20
Yard Sale: Saturday, 8 a.m. 1
p.m. 304 Iola SL, Oak Grove.
Ite 10/20

Garage Sale: men's, ladies'
clothes & accessories. sizes S. M. L; 3
& up. Saturday. Oct 22nd. 8 a.m.
EDT. 128 Barbara Drive. Rain or
shine! ltp 10/20
Yard Sale. 238 Ponce de Leon St..
. St. Joe Beach. Multi-family. 2 days,
Oct. 22, 8 am. 6 p.m.. Oct. 23, 12
noon 5 p.m. CST. Huge inventory.
some antiques & collectibles. Tools &
supplies for the professional trades-
men and handyman. Automotive. car-
pentry, electrician, plumbing. mason-
ry. etc. Housewares. sm. appliances.
dishes, glassware, crafts, food sm.
equipment. yard tools. & equipmentL
Ig. assortment of plants, misc. sport-
ing goods & some toys. plus so much
more. All items serviceable (no Junk).
Dealers welcome. No early birds
please. 2tc 10/13

BARGAINS GALORE
FLEA MARKET
106 2nd Ave., Oak Grove, PSJ
HOURS: Tues. Sat. 8 a.m. 5 p.m.
Children & Baby Items, New & used
MISC. ITEMS, Tools, crafts
furniture, etc.


Outside Special Attraction
by Request
GRANDPA's TOY BOX, Thurs.,
Fri. and Sat.
412 Monument Ave., Port St. Joe





JOB NOTICE
The Gulf County Board of County
Commissioners will accept applica-
tions from interested individuals' for
the position of Water Systems Clerk.
Minimum education requirement is a
high school diploma or equivalent.
Duties will include but not be
limited to: Typing. filing, record keep-
ing. answering phone. working direct-
ly with public. Applicant must pos-
sess excellent written and oral
communication skills, record keeping
ability, computer skills and must be
able to work cooperative with the pub-
lic.
All applicants will be scheduled
for testing through JTPA. Applications
can be picked up from the Guff
County Water System office M-F, 8:00
a.m. 5:00 p.m. E.DT.. Applications
must be returned to the Water Sys-
tem Office no later than 5:00 p.m..
E.S.T.. Thursday. November 3. 1994.
Gulf County enforces a Drug-Free
Workplace Policy and and is an
Equal Opportunity/Afllrmatie Action
Employer.
/s/ Michael L. Hammond. Chair-
man
Attest: Benny C. Lister, Clerk
2tc 10/20

Active. adventurous, articulate
female with valid drivers' license to
drive for older gentleman. Send hand
written reply to: 400 Jeffre .. Apt
1 '" 6tp 10/20
,. T _* *-


TR-ADES andSERVICES


PIANO LESSONS. Mexico Beach.
All ages/levels. Experienced teacher.
classical, pop and gospel. $40/
month. 648-4592. 4tp 9/29
Surfside Serenity Group, Ist
United Methodist Church. 22nd St..
Mexico Beach. Monday 7:30: Friday
- 7:30. All times central. 647-8054.


STUTZMAN CONST. CO.
All Types Roofing
30 years experience
Lic. BRB0030039. RC 0038936
'Where Quality Is Higher
Than Pnce'
229-8631

CERAMIC TILE WORK
Floors or walls.
New or remodel.
24 years experience.
Free estimates.
Pete, 229-9033 t0o/6


THE FASHION EXCHANGE
220 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe
227-3183
NMew & Used Clothing for the Entire
Family. Accessories and Misc. Items.
Hours 10.am. 6 p.m.
Closed Wed. & Sunday 1 -10,.


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


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













Cuts, Color, Frosting, Perms
Betty's Beauty Salon
"A Family Salon"
311 Madison St. Betty Iteath *
Oak Grove Owner/Mgr.


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






CATHERINE L. COLLIER
Independent Sales Representauie
211 Allen Memorial Way Port St. Joe
(904) 229-64602


Let us do the caring while you're away
IN HOME SERIVCE LOW AS $8.00 A DAY
Fully Insured
Serving Port St. Joe & Surrounding Areas -(904)


Lisa Given has two child care
slots open. 7-7 M-F. For more infor-
mation call 227-1467. tfc 10/20



American
Lei an 13inLc
Thursday

Niglt
7:00 p.m. Cash Prizes
Early bird 5:00 p.m.
Meetings Isl Monday of each
month. 8.00 p.m.
,, lsi &3rdlhurs


COUNSELING FOR CHILDREN,
ADOLESCENTS, AND ADULTS
Barbara K. Miner. LCSW, ACSW
K Clluca] S,.dIa] Worker. LUcr.e PSW002721
518-A First SLt. Evenings & Sat. by Appt.
Port St. Joe, FL (904) 229-1018
Ifc 10/6

We Buy, Pawn, Sell or Trade
Guns

Indian Swamp Campground
Hwy. C-387, Howard Creek



Wauneta's Accounting.
& Income Tax

Wauneta Brewer StC Joe Beach
:,... 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


229-1065


LIC RF0051042 '
FREE ESTIMATES RG 0051008
ER 0011618

JOHNNY MIZE PLUMBING
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR NEW CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS
REMODELING RESIDENTIAL.AND COMMERCIAL
INSTALLATION OF WATER LINES AND SEWER LINES
MINOR ELECTRICAL
PORT ST..JOE. FLORIDA .. .. j_904/229-6821


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


AMERIWAY INSURANCE
of Port St. Joe 322 Long Ave.
Phone 1-904-229-1001
Auto Homeowner Boat *
Comm.
Free quote by phone or come by office,

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


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


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


MOWING RAKING WEEDING
EDGING ETC.
C.J.'S Lawn

Service
Serving Mexico Beach. St. Joe
Beach & Port St. Joe
I W ill W orK for YOU!' .
Mexico Beach, FL *.
(904) 648-8492
Uc #545 4tp9/29



BARFIELD'S
LAWN & GARDEN
CENTER
Small Engine Repair

Lawn Mowers
SWeed Eaters
Chain Saws
*Generators "
*PUmpS
STillers
^l Go-Karts
229-2727
S328 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe
I I [


4 Port St. Joe Lodge No. 11
Reg. Stated Communication
"1st and 3rd Thursday of each
I month, 8:00 p.m.. Masonic Hall.
214 Reid Ave.
Jim Mannon, W.M.
Bill Jordon. Sec.
thin'u /94

CENTIPEDE SOD
Free Estimates for
Top Quality Sod
BARBEE SOD COMPANY
639-5904
tf c 10/6

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.,. o0/6


T.L.C. Lawn Service
All Types of Yard Work
MOWING, RAKING, TRIMMING,
WEEDING, CLEAN OUTS
AND ROOF SWEEPING.
REASONABLE MONTHLY OR
SEASONAL RATES AVAILABLE.
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


STRICKLAND ELECTRIC
All Type Electrical Work
24 Hr. Service
LIC. NEROOL3168 INSURED
647-8081
ALAN STRICKLAND



Remodeling
9 Repairs
New Construction


eW Weather Tight
T Construction

Licensed &8'Insured
-.RR0060690
Kevin O'Neill, Owner 229-8635
tfc 10/6

r u m m n m-mi-n, ".

SSt. Joe Rent-All, Inc.

SSmall Engine Repairs
FactOry Warranty Center


I Lawnmowers I
Weedeaters A4
*. Tillers
Chain saws
Generators I
Pumps
Engine Sales ,.


706 1st St.-St. Joe
227-2112
mL mm- a me.mm im u


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


FOSTER TREE &

LAWN SERVICE
No Job Too Big ....
S. Or Too Small B
FREE ESTIMATES *
Ucensed & Insured 904/639-5368
Pd. thru 12/


PAC* SIR


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, FL THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1994


K. AfWWV Placement Tests


Tyree's Restaurant now hiring ex-
perienced night cook. Apply within.
tfic 10/6

The Gulf County School Board is
announcing a Job opening for a
School Psychologist. The position will
be for Port SL Joe area schools. Appli-
cations are available at the School
Board office. Gulf County School
Board 'is an equal opportunity em-
ployer. tfic 9/15

RN's and LPN's day or night shift
available. Apply in persorr. Bay St. Jo-
seph Care Center. 220 9th St.. Port
St. Joe. tfc 10/6

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 10/6

SPECTRUM HOME HEALTH,
Inc.. a division of National Health-
Corp L.P.
Our PORT ST. JOE HOMECARE
is seeking full-time part-time RNs to
join their team. Fantastic staff and
energetic director Applicants should
be able to cope with patients of all
ages and mental outlooks. Quality
agency offering excellent benefits.
Contact Claudia Glesecke. DOS. at 1 -
904-229-8238. EOE/Drug-Free Work-
place. Itc 10/20

POSTAL JOBS. Applicants for
clerks, sorters, carriers, starting rate
$12.65/hr. plus benefits. For com-
plete hiring information. you must call
S 1-219-736-4715. ext. P-2334. 9 a.m.
to 9 p.m. 7 days. 3tp 10/20

Outreach Counselor. Gulf
County Guidance Clinic has an imme-
diate opening for a part-time Out-
reach Counselor. Duties with children
and adults include: evaluations, indi-
S vidual and family counseling, home
visits, record keeping, crisis interven-
tion and consultation. iMin. req.: a
bachelor's degree in a mental health
discipline with 2 yrs. of applicable ex-
perience and completion .of all HRS
screening. A Masters degree is pre-
ferred and may be substituted for the
required experience. Apply to: Gull"
County Guidance Clinic. Inc.. 311
William Ave.. Port SL Joe. FL 32456.
E.O.E. Itc 10/20

Experienced commercial plumber
needed for local.work. Contact Weath-
erly Plumbing. 205-793-0038.
I tc 10/20

LPN/CNA needed at Gulf Pines
Hospital. Full time and part-time flex-
ible hours. Call Tessa Goff at 227-
1121. It 10/20






Waterbed, queen size. with head-
board, very nice. $100. Call 229-6050
days. Itc 10/20

75 gal. aquarium. complete. 227-
1 192 after 5 p.m. Itc 10/20

Culligan water softener. 3 years
old, paid $860 10 year warranty. will
sell for $450. 827-2307. I tc 10/20

New washer/dryer. 2 months old.
Whirlpool heauy duty. $600. 647-
3653. 2tc 10/20

Air tight wood stoue. 35"h x 27"wv.
some pipe. $100. Call 639-5274.
Itc 10/20

Deep sea rod with 113h Penn
reel. $70. Car cover fits 1978 Olds
Cutlass. $50. 647-8822 after 5:00
p.m. ltp 10/20

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 TOO! 227-1J105.
Beds, che.sts. dressers. TV's. Ear-
ly American pine hutch. and blue
couch. 647-3461 tfic 10/13

Port St. Joe Western Auto now
honoring entire Panama City West-
ern Auto company store advertised
sale prices. 227-1105, 219 Reid
Ave. fc 10/6

Refrigerator for sale. works fine.
$35 or will trade for work. 647- 3447.
let it ring. Itc 10/20

Western Auto Special. Computer
spin balance 4 tires and tire rotation.
$19.95. 227-1105. tfc 10/6

Dining room table with SLx
chairs. 3 extensions. $100 obo. Tonya
Strange. 227- 1422 work or after 5:00.
639-5518. Itc 10/20

Craftsman tools and Die Hard
batteries are available now at West-
ern Auto Store. 219 Reid AMe. 227-
1105. tfc 10/6
FREE: Eight lesson Bible study.
S Postage and envelope supplied.
Send request to Bible Study, P. 0.
Box 758, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
*, ..=. -ufc 10/6





Wanted to Buy: Used 5 6 ft.
heavy-duty disk for tractor. Also look-
ing for 25+ plus h.p. tractor in good
shape. Call 229-6343 after 6:00 or
S229-8997 7:30 5:30. tifc 10/20


Wanted: Mature woman. to baby-
.. sit tbwoyear/ old part time in our
home. Some overnight and weekends
and occasional trips. 647-8313.
2, p 10/13

Wanted to Buy: Jalousie door
Switht or without panes. Call Ruth
SNance at 647-8248. Itc 10/20


Rabbits for sale. babies and"
fryers. Alive or dressed. 227-3469.
. .... 2tp IQ/ 13

HAPPY JACK MEDICINE: Pro-*
moles healing & hair growth to any
mange. hot spot. or fungus on dogs &
horses without steroids. Available 0-
T-C at BARFIELD'S LAWN & GAR-
DEN. 229-2727. -4tc 10/2t0

If discount store dry dogfoods
don't provide the stamina sour dog
needs. ask BARFIELD LAWN & GAR-
DEN. 229-2727 about HAPPYJACK
PRO-BRED MEAT RATloN enriched
formula. SOY FREE. NO BHT or
ethoxqulns. 12tc 9/29

HAPPY JACK HI-ENERGY DOG
FOOD: Specifically formulated for
hunting dogs. field competitions, and
growing pups. BARFIELD LAWN &
GARDEN. 229-2727. 10lt9/22

LIKC rat terrier pups. $125 and
treeing feist. $150. Call 648-5306.
,tic 10/6







Dead Lakes. 2 lots for sale call
David at 647-8339. If no answer.
leave message. 2tc 10/20

6 lots in White City on Third St..
$12.000 negotiable. 904-871-3834 or
904-763-3918. 8tp 10/6

Business 'for Sale: Phantry
Building and extra lot. Income pro-
ducing. Three business units down-
stairs and a managers apartment.
Four hotel rooms w/full baths up-
stairs. 24 climate-controlled mini-
storage units upstairs and down. Best
location In'town for detail outlets. Call
1-800-800-9894. tfc 10/6
FOR SALE .OR TRADE: 44 acres
of beautiful North Georgia mountain
land on paved road. streams. 2 nice
mobile homes for living and caretaker
quarters. $3,500 per acre or will trade
for beach home or condo. Call E\elyn
Bost at 404/719-0638. 5tp 9/22

Nice 3 bedroom. 2 bath brick
home In White City. No money down.
Must qualify to assume $54.500
mortgage. 229-8151. 4tp 10/13

Nice well kept home. 3 bedroom.
I bath with double carport ,& utility
bldg. on 2 Ig. lots. 1/2 block off of
Hwy. 98. Can be seen at 305 Parker
Ave.. Highland View. Call 227-1311 or
227-3492., .. rfe 10/6
...- --For- Sale bv Owner: 1.4 acres 'at
Simunmmons Bayou. close to golf cours-
es. town and beaches. Call 229-2708.
after 5 p.m. tfi 10/6

14'x70' Fleetwood mobile home
with lot, new cen. ac. 1/2 mile from
Lands Landing. Quiet .neighborhood.
paved roads. $24.500. 904-227-131313.
fc 10/6

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
appt. 639-2193. tfc 10/6

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 10/6

REDUCED PRICE. Like new re-
modeled white & peach block home.
Hwy. 71. Honevyille. 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. tfi 10/6

A MUST SEE. 301 20th St. Large
4 bedroom. 3 bath house on large cor-
ner lot. c/h&a." double garage and
carport. Dedk. 4.000 sq. ft. under
roof. abundant storage throughout.
For appt. call 229-8076 or 784-7841.
tfi 10/6


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
s.stem. fenced in backyard, reduced
to $54.000 obo. By appt. only. 229-
6861. tfc 10/6

1/2 acre lot with septic tank.
$9.500. Overstreet Road. Owner fi-
nancing. 227-2020. ask for Billy.
uIc 10/6

LOTS FOR SALE-On Cemetery
Road. I rrmile offlT Overstreet Road. 9
miles south of Wewa. Owner financ-
ing.-Call 229-6961. tfc 10/6


INVITATION TO BID
o S.i:le p h IpoqJs mill lie receive u ti the tflicce
Sof the Cir, .-le.K. 305 Fifth Street. Poit St. Joe.
Florlc.a. itul 4* 30 p in.. October 2C 1994 for re
sidurhals 9.ireaiig I for the City of Port SLt. Joes i-
i.111 1iL .,Wa=er..ater Treatment Plait. as oitlllned
SiII the vpe.ciflcR.o.:is pel Lt llllng thereto
Speci u1c.uoi an.d biri docunielntl nm'. h lie
olritile1 l 1 ilcn, the l[i'liisLrli.l Wa5ewater Tieat
iinei, Flhw. Keniii Mill R3ad Pori Si. Joe. Floi da
3241 teleptie (9041 2290 395. Moitik..\
Sltioimtih Fillav heiweei, 8.00 a I, aind 5 00 p mit
-' I'.. ll he piihlrl, opeird Iand read at the TO.-
pille mneuni Oc.,her 27 1934 at 9-j0o an III
the Fite SitIcIi -404 William-, Aseille. Port Sl
Jc.t-e FlotlI Tle 0Ciy r-erees the right to accept
,:.Irtert i, t, 1 i] ll il- or to -elect the Bil felt to
lie 11, tIe bI-I llere of tl e se CIry'
i v, Jeth M.d.',-
0 ic A, i r :.i Cl'.kI
Pi h-l-, Oc .:.l,er ;'5. 199I .

INVITATION TO BID
Selea ipropli-s .111ll e received ill hlie office
c-f ie CiN I Clerk 305 Fift'- Street. Port SL Joe.
Fl-.i .I toul 4-30 p rrm Octoher 26, 1994. for re.
sidnols hl.iii,; ,r the Cir, ofPort SL Joe's illdlas:
iii.1l ...tevi>ter Treatimett Plait as otlltlied it,
ihe -ppiiic-,Uoii,- ,erilhiiiii rthereto.
[,e oll- rJs ii-. ahl hbil dl,-,c1menLs may lie
ulialned irmrin th-e liid,lu, lal j asiewaier Treat
eit Plaiiin. Kein i Mill SRoad Fnrt St. Joe. Florida
32456 teleph,,e0 19041 229 6395. M,)oida.
th..oiih Friday between. 8O0 an m aid 500 p.in
Bi ls will be piitllcl, opeF ed aie il real at the Tr-
puaiite TeuitI. October 27. 1994 at 9.00 a.m. Ill
the Fire Stlci. 40-4 WiVlliamns Aeti.e. Port St.
Joe. Florhl,. The Cin reserves the right to accept
or treect anvy or all bild or to select the Bid felt i:
lie iI the best interest of the Cit
Jim Malcoy. MPA
Cirv Ai.lio. -Clerk
SP.lli Octol.er 20. 1994

REQUEST FOR BIDS
The Cirv 1 Mexico Beach 1 s.ilcittig itds
ic.r lie c,:i-ilcuoil of the ity park restroom 'acll-
It) to linclide the li .iallation ol a seputc ssleiir to
facilitate the restroom facility All permitnns have
been obtained.
Speciflcauouis aiid plans are avallahle at City
Hall Meico Beach. between the hours of 800-
4.30 CST Monday through Friday. Bid closliig will
Le 4 30 p.m CST October 21. 1994 Appllcants
rmist be properly licensed and show proolfof enter-
EJ liablllty' iiivlrtjlce and ,rkrrajl'ai comipenrisaLoio
co e rage
CIt Council reserves the right to refuse aly
atid all bids For irther details contract City A
rr.ltiSUratcr Johi. Mciclii.s 904-648-5700
/ FaPircriao HiichinsiisO. Ci Clerk
Publish October 20. 1994

NOTICE OF INTENDED ACTION THE
GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Purpose and Effect The Gulf Comity School
Board pi..poses to ameid ,uid adopt policies as
provided for iu, the Admini,lurauve Procedures Act.
tor the piirpose of briigiing said policies into com-
pliance wpih Florida Stanites and State Board of
Edicauc-in Riles.
summary The following Is a bnef description of
each proposal change.
Pupil Progressciot, Plan
Economic Impact: These proposals will result in
ito direct costs associated wlth implerrieintadon.
IF REQUESTED. A HEARING WILL BE HELD AT:
Time. 5-00 p m.. EST
Date: Thursday. November 10. 1994
Place Board Room Gilf Com.ty School Board
502 Niles Road
Pt,.rt Sr Joe. FL 32456
The etiie lv exr of the proposed nrles ca, be In-
spe,:cted rdiig regular office hlirs uat the Gulf
County School Board Ofice. 502 Nlles Road. Port
St Joe. FL
Special legal authority under which the adoptloii is
atilh.trzed aild the law heiiig Implemented and Int-
terpreted are made specific.
The addition and changes are proposed by David
Bidwell. Office of Intstnictonal Services and ap-
proied for consideraooIn by B. Walter.-Wilder. Su-
penhlendent.
Amenime it is.
Pupil ProgreAsloi. Plain
Commnilitty Senices Compotent for Academic
Scholars
ESE Special Diploma
Requirements for Graduation
Publlh October 20 aid 27. 1994







Mature young lady going to
school Ttuesday and Thursday looking
Sfor work inside or out. Anything with
a smile. Call Nancy 229-8230.






Ownerf-inancing. High and dry. 5
acre homesite. 240 ft. well. septic.
workshop. I 1/2 mile N. Dead Lakes
Pk. 647-3581. tfc 10/6

Half acre lots for sale. Hwy. 386.
Overstreet. Creekyiew ,Subd.. $500
down. $96.48 per month. 120
months. Call and leave message. 229-
6031. tfe 10/6

Bay front lot on St. Joseph Pe-
ninsula. $58.000. Financing. availa-
ble. Call 229-1731. tfc 9/29


For Sale by Ownerl
Beautiful 2 story energy efficient
house on 1 1/2 corner loL. 1916
Forest Park Ave. 2 story foyer.
High ceilings throughout house. 3
Ig. bedrooms on second floor.
Master bedroom 16'8"x 176". 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. /
S'.. .4tp 9/22


Fantasy Properties, Inc.
.1200 U.S. Hwy. 68
Mexico Beach, FL 324 10 .|

(904) 648-5146-or 1-800-458-7478 |

NEW LISTINGS REALTOFC
208 Guifaire Drive: Gulf Aiire Subd., Beautiful large 3
BR 2 BA stucco home withfireplace, deck, sunken liv-
* ing room, 2 car garage, nicely landscaped yard, com-:,
fortable, $125,000.
9729 Gulfaire Townhome Waterfront, well main-
tained 2 BR 2 ,LNDE RvONivR W buy won't last
long $105,000.


SEVERAL 2 BR 11/2 BA. FURNISHED TOWNI-OMES
AVAILABLE FOR LONG-TERM RENT.


JOHN M. DELORME, Realtor


ELLEN F. ALLEMORE, Realtor


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
BID NO. 0495-01
Thie GIf Conity Bowud of Comitry Comitls-
%loie- is o' Gulf Coitity. Flotida will receive sealed
liIs froi, all y lersoll. callipaulty. or corporallotll llt-
tere.ted in selling to Gulf Cotuty the following
10 each. Voice pagers, two lone se-
qinenull. GE tlone 3 encoter compati-
ble water teicellalit. UIHF 400.500
MH-ZI1 compJilhle. with red houiihig.
drop-iii charger. ill-carl rechargeable
battery uih 5 year extended mainte-
naite plain.
Delivery Date intiis he specified
S Liquiiidated darnages for failure to deliver
built oil speclfledi daue will he set at $25.00 per
Plea.e iit cate on envelope that this Is a
SEALED BID, the BID NUMBER. and what the bid
is for
Bii., will Ie receiveI unill 5.00 li. EST
Tiestday. NoemiIer 8. 1994. at the OlTice of the
Clerk of Coilt. Gulf Cotttry Coturthoise. 1000
Fifth Sueet. Port St Joe. Florlda 32456. The
Boaril reeIN.es ihe right to reflect aity asi all bids.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMSIISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
/s/ Michuel L Ha nomond. Chairniaj
/I/ Bennnv C LIter. Clerk of Court
Pullinsh Ociloer 20 Qi. d27. 1994

PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Gulf
County Board of Cotnity Commissioners proposes
to adopt ani ordinance amending the Gllir Contly
Beach Driving Oidlnunce. The utie of said ordl-
iitice helnig as follows.
,AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE GULF
COUNTY BEACH DRIVING AND ACCESS
ORDINANCE: AMENDING THE DEFINI-
TION OF VEHICLE IN SECTION 2.A OF
ORDINANCE NOS 84-3. 87-3. AND 89-5:
INCORPORATING TIHE NEW DEFINITION
BY REFERENCE IN ORDINANCE NOS 88-
05 90-10. 90-14 AND 92-07. AND PRO-
V'IDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Notice is ieih) giveit of the Inhlet to adopt
thLs oriAnioice ui a tneeunig of the Gull County
Comttllt-sioie,u it the Coutity Commissioners'
Meeung Room of ithe Guil Connty complex. 1000
Fifth Sueet. Poll St. Joe. Florida. onl November 22.
1994 at 0.00 p.m E.S.T and to have a lirst dis-
cussion of the ontlioance ut Its regular meeting ont
November 8. 1994 heginnlllng at 6.00 p m. E.S.T.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GUbF COUNTY. FLORIDA
/s/ Michael L Hammond. Chairman
Altest /s/Benny C. Lister. Clerk
Publish. October 20 and 27. 1994

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT
Notllee Is hereby given that pirsualit to
Chapter 373. Florida Statutes, the followtg appil-
catlonls) for water use permltls) has (have) been re-
. celved by the Northwest Florida Water Manage-
meill Disrice ,
Application number S04927 flied 08/30/94
FICO FARMS. Inc.
RL I. Box316
Wewahlichka. FL 32465
Reqiestuig a maximum withdrawal of
2.800.000 gallons per day from the
Floridani Aquifer System for Agrlcitltiu-
ralIrrigationt use by an existing facility.
Gen. withdrawal locatilon(a) i Gulf
County: Sec. 27. T4S. RIOW.
Application number S04932 filled 09/06/94
Port St. Joe. City of
P.O. Box 278
Port SL Joe. FL 32456
Requesting a maximum withdrawal of
1.556.640 gallons per day from the
Floridaii Aquilfer for EssenLial use by
ai existing facility.
Gen. withdrawal locallon(s) In Gtlf
County. Sec 35. T7S. RI IW.
Interested persons may object to or comment
upon the oppllcaUon(s) or submit a written request *
for a copy of the stalT reports) containing proposed
agency action regardinll the apphicatonisl by writ-
intg to the Division of Resource Regmlation of the
Northwest Florida Water Management District.
Route i. Box 3099. Havana. Florida 32333-9700.
bitt such commn.ents or requests must be received
by 5:00 o'clock p.m. on October 28. 1994.
No further public noUce will be provided re-


Set for College


Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege will administer the college
placement test series at the times
and dates listed below. Students
are required to register for the
paper and pencil test and there is
no fee.
October 24th 1:00 p.m.
October 26th 6:00 p.m.
Each student will need to
provide picture identification be-
fore taking the tests. Tests will be
given in the Student Union East
Room No. 60.
All entering students are re-
quired to take the placement test.
An application for admission to
the college must be turned in to
the Ofce of Admissions and
Records before taking the place-
ment test series.
An entering student Is de-
fined as a student in college for
the first time or a transfer stu-
dent with less than 15 hours of
credit.
Transfer students with 15 or
more hours of credit, who have
not completed their English and
algebra requirements, may be re-
quired to take certain sections of
the placement test series. Stu-
dent transcripts should be evalu-
ated by the transcript specialist
prior to testing.
Computerized testing is also
available for a cost of $4 payable
in the Business Office or book-
store. A receipt Is required to
show payment before taking the
test. There is no appointment
needed for computerized place-
ment tests given during the day:
however, tests given after 4:00
p.m. are by appointment only.
The following test dates have
been scheduled for computerized
placement testing.
October 21st 8:15 a.m.
October 27th 12:30 p.m.
October 28th 8:15 a.m.

guarding this thesel appllcation(sl. Ptihlicallon of
this niouce coInstitmtes consti1cuve IouIce of this
permit applicaOdon to all subsLantially alTected per-
sons A copy of the stalff reports| must be request-
ed Iln order to remain advised of I'rther proceed-
ings anid aiy public hearing date. Siibstanually
affected persons are endided to request an admin-
IstraUve hearing regarding the proposed agency ac-
don by submitting a written permit request ac-
cording to the provisions of 40A-1.521. Florida
AdmlnlstroaUve Code. NoUces of Proposed Agency
Action will be mailed only to persons who have
flied such requests
Putiblish: October 13. 1994.


October 31st 12:30 p.m.
Students taking placement
tests at Gulf Coast Community
College need to call 769-1551,
ext. 4857 or 2899 to register. Stu-
dents may also leave their name,
social security number and date
of the test wanted with the am-
bassadors at the information
desk.
Students taking the test at
Tyndall AFB need to call 283-
4332 to sign up.
Lifelong Learning Courses
Register in advance for Life-
long Learning courses at the Life-
long Learning Center on the sec-
ond floor of the Student Union .
East. Registration is held Monday
through Thursday from 8:00 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. For more informa-
tion, call 872-3823.
Weekend Computer Insti-
tute
The Weekend Computer Insti-
tute continues through November
and December. This schedule al-
lows a participant to complete
any course in one weekend and
earn one college credit, or earn as
many as eight credits within
three months.
All classes will be held on Fri-
day, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., Saturday.
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Sun-
day, 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The
cost of each course is $35.03. .
The following Level I courses
will be held Nov. 4th-6th. Regis-
tration deadline is Nov. 2nd.. ,-
Lotus 1-2-3 a hands-on
Introduction to spreadsheet appli-
cations. WordPerfect 5.1 a
hands-on approach to basic skills
(basic typing skills required). MS-
DOS -an introductory course in
MS-DOS operating systems for
IBM & compatible microcomput-
ers.
Child Care Training
A one-credit hour course for
the child care worker, which cov-
ers state and local rules and reg-
ulations, health and safety, nutrl-
tion, Identifying and reporting
child abuse and neglect and child
growth and development It will
be held on Saturday, Nov. 12th.
Nov. 19th and Dec. 3rd from 8:30
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The cost of the
course is $33.03.


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'Change" In Wind

for Nov. Elections

Incumbents Not Very Popular
'.-he winds of change may be blowing in time for next month's elections
I'liorida and, perhaps, the nation. Voters seem so fed up with incum-
befit "promising" politicians, their high taxes, crime, welfare that torpe-
* does family values, and failing schools that they're ready to really throw
the hypdcritical rascals out and start over again.
The tip-off is the growing shrill crescendo of attacks on conservative
Dediocrats and Republicans led by Gov. Lawton Chiles, other Democratic
Incumbents, and some Florida newspapers which are trying to turn the
election into a class struggle by madly punching the buttons on race,
abortion, religion and the rich against the poor.
They seem to realize a new day may be coming. They're also trying to
awaken, solidify, and frighten to the polls traditional Democratic sup-
porters of big government handouts.
This old Florida newspaper man has watched the liberal election ap-
proach phenomenon many times. It usually starts with the St. Peters-
burg Times and the Daytona Beach News Journal, then it's picked up by
the Tallahassee Democrat up here In the government beltway. Other
newspapers get into it after that and the complexion of the endorse-
ments, which are part of their rightful responsibility to make, often
changes. Some even endorse Republicans. In the end, however, the Flori-
da media like the nation's press comes out on balance mostly liber-
al and Democratic.
Apparently, according to polls and other soinetimes reliable assess-
ments like spitting downwind to see how close you can come to a pine
Cone on the ground, the voter this year is not going to buy the big news-
dpaper endorsements or pleas from the entrenched politicians.
I Some changes seem certain. Chiles, President Clinton, and challeng-
er Jeb Bush pledge to break the cycle of welfare dependency by ending
benefits in two years for women on the aid for families with dependent
children rolls. It is the biggest. most costly, and is credited with creating
a climate that results in an outrageous rate of juvenile and adult crime.
The difference is that Chiles would overhaul the system, setting cut-
off Ilmits after education courses and job training for recipients, and un-
'der some circumstances would extend the two year time limit to cut off
benefits.
S-.Bush would also provide education and job training help to ease
women off the welfare rolls, but would not give time extensions after the
two years except for those with mental or physical disabilities. He would
Stake Florida out of the federal program fedss pay some $400 a year now)
iso the state could have control.
Chiles also pledges to build enough prisons so that state prisoners
will have to serve at least 75 percent of their sentences before release.
Chiles says a tax increase will be necessary to do it. Bush proposes 85
percent prison time and Insists he can do it without a tax increase.
On schools,' Chiles would stick with the present system of public ed-
ucation but cut the bureaucracy at the top, giving more control back to
the local school system.
Bush would revolutionize the public school system by giving parents
a choice. He'd let students take vouchers of tax money with them to pub-
S lic, private or religious schools. He'd begin the school choice program
first in pilot projects in inner-city schools which have high minority pop-
uilations, then extend it if it is successful to the small town and rural
areas.
These winds of change even the return of orphanages for children
whose parents won't accept the responsibility of raising them by working
seem rather harsh.
But in reality, in the long run, they may be kinder than the old-worn-
out systems of the past that after years and literally billions and billions
of tax dollars seem to have failed.
Our high crime rates, lagging public school system. and lack of
strong families are unkindest of all to poor children and unfair to average
hardworking peoplewho pay the taxes.
As an oldtime Floridian. I can assure anybody that although we're
not considered by the egg-heads to have much of an American culture -
we do. And you can put it in the bank that the people of Florida will not
stand for any state program that punishes the pqoo for being poor or de-
niL-s' help to any mentally or disabled needy person or family.
On the other hand, it is high time we took the .meat axe to the free-
loaders, criminals, and the bureaucrats and politicians who broker them
and consider them clients.

HERE'S THE CAPITOL NEWS ROUND-UP:
TALLAHASSEE (WNS) Florida State University athletic director
Bob Goin got what his lawyer termed a "death sentence" In the ethics
commission finding last week that he violated the law by accepting a
sweet-heart deal on a new roof for his home from a stadium contractor.
It could be the final blow for the suspended longtime FSU official who
now faces an even more serious charge of gender-equity violations being -
leveled against him by women's basketball coach Marynell Meadors.
'The issue is not my winning this case...but Bob Goin's future with
FSU." said Goin's attorney Mark Herron.
The Florida Ethics Commission ordered $4.000 in fines and recom-
Siended that FSU censure Coin. It.said Coin knew or should have known
the roof deal was offered to influence his official actions.
RAINY BLESSING:
Record rainfall, that already has exceeded last year's totals statewide
and may hit an all-time high, have brought flooding accompanied by crop
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- the Florida aquifer is filling up again.
Running from just below ground level to several thousand feet deep.
the aquifer that serves 5.5 million people in Florida has been badly
strained In the last two decades as the state s population has grown, said
Mike Planert, a ground water specialist with the U. S. Geological Survey
In Tallahassee.
CLEAN SLATE:
Secretary of State. Jim Smith, was given a clean slate by the Ist Dis-
trict Court of Appeals which ruled he s entitled to public tax money in his
race for agriculture commissioner against Incumbent Bob Crawford. The
three-judge appeal court also ruled that Crawford was not entitled to $1
for every"$1 Smith spends on the campaign.
They said Circuit Judge Phil Padovano should have been bound by a
state elections division opinion tj3at-the $2.2 million spent on his unsuc-
cessful bid for the GOP nomination for governor shouldn't count toward
the $2 million spending cap in the agriculture race.
The appeal court ruling will not be appealed to the Florida Supreme
Court.
DEBATE SET:
Cov. Lawton Chiles arid Republican Jeb Bush have agreed to a de-
bate that will be televised statewide on November 1,. from 7:00 to 8:00
p.m. on NBC and public broadcasting stations. The League of Women
Voters and a consortium of Florida newspapers are sponsoring the de-
bate that will be held in Tampa with, Meet the Press host Tim Russert as
moderator.
SCHOOL REFORM:
Republican Frank Brogan says the Florida Department of Education
should stop "micromanaging" the state school system and he would dis-
mantle most of the bureaucracy. Incumbent Education Commissioner,
Doug Jamerson, says the agency is already divesting Its powers and the
reforms are working.
That was the crux of a debate televised last week on the Sunshine
Network on cable television.
CASINO STOCKS:
Although gambling interests are claiming investment of state pension
funds, in stocks of some companies with. holdings in casinos proves the
state should allow them in, Florida cabinet members disagree.
Ron Sachs. a spokesman in the governor's office, said the purpose of
the pension fund investments is to make money. Casinos return a huge
profit for the people who own them and the people who invest in them.
"But casinos provide a terrible return for people who frequent them
and the communities they are located in," Sachs said.
CHILES GAINS IN POLL:
A weekly poll of 800,'voters statewide sponsored by the Associated In-
dustries of Florida shows Democratic Gov. Lawton Chiles gained three
percent but still trails Republican candidate Jeb Bush with less than
three weeks to go before the election.
Chiles got 42 percent of the vote in the new poll. up from 39 percent
a week earlier. Bush remained at .49 percent. The poll has a margin of er-
ror of 3.5 percent. Interpretation? The governor's race could be a dead
heat. Or Bush could have anr even wider lead.


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fund-raising event November
19th from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00
p.m. at the Port St. Joe Centenni-
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A-Thon, giant yard sale, bake
sale, and those delicious large
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clothes please; The Centennial
building will be open from 1:00
p.m. until 5:00 p.m. November
16th. 17th and ,18th to receive
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build the new Senior Citizens and
Community Center which is now
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