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PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA 32456 8 THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1983
20* Per Copy
City Getting Permanent Flood Insurance
Approval by Ordinance Tuesday Night Removes Emergency Coverage Program
Approval of an ordinance Tuesday
night, took the area of the City of Port
St. Joe off the emergency coverage
status for flood insurance and placed it
in the regular insurance program
The area of Port St. Joe has been on
the emergency status for three years,
awaiting an evaluation of the area by
representatives of the Federal Govern-
ment and a designation of its flood
The remainder of the county is
expected to be brought under the same
. permanent protection status next Tues-
day morning, when the County Com-
mission considers a similar ordinance.
The regular status of flood insur-
ance coverage puts a new light on the
flood insurance program here in Port
St. Joe. The insurance is still required
for securing any federally insured loan
for building, but there is where the
similarity to the old program stops.
The entire area of the City has been
surveyed for elevation and the mea-
surements placed on a map which is in
the possession of the office at City Hall
and with the City's building inspector,
E. F. Gunn. Prior to purchase of
property for building purposes, the map
can be studied by prospective purchas-
ers to see what the flood proneness is '
said to be for any. area in the city.
Insurance Agents can then give out
information as to how much flood
insurance would cost for any given area
in the City.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
What does the regular status of
flood insurance mean for City resi-
First it means there will be five
different designated areas in the city.
They are determined by their suscepti-
ability to flooding and rates for insur-
ance set accordingly. Each of the five
different areas will carry a different
p'surance rate. Some rates are higher
than they were under the emergency
hatus and some are lower. Under the
emergency status, all residences car-
Oed the same rate and all commercial
buildings carried another rate.
Also, under the regular plan, a
residence or building can be insured for
full value. Under the emergency plan,
l'esidences were insurable for a maxi-
mum of $35,0001 and commercial
,buildings for a maximum of $100,000.
The highest rates in Port St. Joe
will be found in the area within one
block of the waterfront. As the property
moves away from the waterfront and is
less flood prone, the rates are reduced.
Along the waterfront, a building
elevation of 10 feet above sea level will
be required before flood insurance will
be written on the building. Elevations
on various areas in the City are shown
on the inspector's map. Variances may
be obtained and the property owner can
be guided in obtaining these variances
by the building inspector.
Most of the flood insurance require-
ments are new to the building inspector
and insurance agents in the Port St. Joe
area. With the regular status of the
coverage going into effect on June 15 -
next Wednesday all of them are still
studying the rules, regulations and
requirements under the new plan. The
new flood insurance requirements do go
into effect on June 15, however, and it
would be to the benefit of everyone -
carrying the insurance, or required to
carry it, to contact your insurance
agent to find out definitely what the
individual property owner has to do.
. An article printed Saturday
in the daily press took a hard
punch at the readiness of Gulf
county teachers of mathema-
tics and science and said the
county had 40 percent of its
teachers of these subjects,
teaching out of field or not
properly trained to present
their subject matter. -
. Superintendent of- Schools
Walter Wilder took strong
exception to the article Mon--
day of this week, listing the
article's statements as "just
Making a study of the entire
state and teacher- qualifica-
tions, the article zeroed in on
Padhandle counties as having
4W wOith teachers "teaching sub-
jects for which they were not
: trained". .
Dixie and: Gulf counties
were singled out as having the
40 percent of math and science
teachers not specifically train-
ed for presenting those partic-
"MORE LIKE 10 PERCENT"
Superintendent Wilder told
The Star, "Sure we' have
teachers teaching out of field.
All schools have. In every
county in the state. We have
more than we. would prefer
teaching out of field, but the
percentage is more like 10
percent rather than half like
the article says."
Wilder explained the re-
searcher for the article, done
on information furnished by
the University of Florida's
college of education, took a
look at the entire state. "They
called a clerk in our system
and in a few minutes asked for
information it would, take a
half a day to come up with and
more than that to research
properly", Wilder said. "We
have had. the researcher on
the phone explaining our
position and informed them
the information they printed
was totally incorrect", Wilder
Wilder said the files at the
school are not up to date on
teacher certification. "They
are not up to date anywhere",
he said. "We get a teacher
with certification work com-
pleted but not official
umented, we don't put
our records as certifi
all the paper work
plete. We have seve
chers like that. The pl
Rev. Harbour Con
To First Methodisi
Rev. Alvin N. Harbour, Jr.,
assumed the pastorate at the
First United Methodist .
Church Sunday,. after moving.
to Port St. Joe the end of last .
week. Harbour succeeds Rev; ..
arbour, along with ,his
wife, Lola Finch Harbour ,and
two daughters, Lila Elibeabh,
age seven and Lyndsay Alice,
age three, are making their
home in the Methodist Parson-
age on Constitution Drive.
Harbour is a native of the
Mobile, Alabama area and
graduated from high school at
Davidson High in 1965.
He attended the University
of South Alabama majoring in
history and philosophy and
minoring in English. He pre-
pared for the ministry at Duke
University and Emory Uni-
versity, attending the Divinity
School at Duke and the
Candler School of Theology at
Emory. At present he is an
in-career candidate for his
Doctor of Ministry degree,
which he hopes to receive in
May of 1984 or 1985.
Harbour has served pastor-
ates at Satsuma, Ala., Dothan,
Ala., Bonifay, Mobile, Ala.,
where he served as Associate
Minister prior to coming to
Port St. Joe.
The new minister has serv-
ed on many boards and
agencies in the Mobile and
Alabama-West Florida dis-
tricts. He has held several
teaching positions in colleges
throughout the south and has
REV. ALVIN N. HAR
had several articles pr
Rev. J., C. Odum suffered a
fractured leg Saturday after-
noon when he was struck by a
car in front of the Jr. Food
According to a Port St. Joe
Police report, Odum, 68, was
putting gasoline in his car,
when a 1973 sedan, driven by
Margaret 'E. Neel of Eighth
Street pulled, into the gas
pump island. The brakes
failed on the Neel vehicle and
ally doc- have teachers teaching out of
them on field or uncertified, is in the
led until lower grades, where the math
is com- or science teacher teacher .
ral tea- only one or two of these,
laces we classes per day. The remain-.
der of the day they teach
something else. It doesni'
stand to reason that we can
ies have a teacher certified in
math and-or science, if he or.,
she is teaching these subjects, 'f
plus geography, history, literi
nature, english, physical ed., o
any other of a doz
subjects as well".
The Superintendent sai
that in.he schools in .th.
county. ch are large enough.
r'. to sup t full-time math .o
'' "These people are all fully,
certified. In'- no ifthe
student shortchanged by the.
lack of a qualified instructor",
Wilder pointed out.
Wilder pointed out that
while the article pointed at the
practice in middle and high
schools, the accusations were
made for the entire school
district. "We operate over 5
math and 30 science classes in
our school district and all.but
about. 10, percent are manned
by certified instructors";,-fWil-
BOUR der said. -, ',
inted in -The Suierintendent pointed,
rs and out that of those now teaching
(Continued on Page 3)
it ran into Odum, pinning him
between his car and the Neel
Rev. Odum was ,taken to
Gulf Pines Hospital by Gulf
county Volunteer Ambulance
service, where he was treated
for a fractured right leg and
bruises on, both legs.
Mrs. Neel was charged with
operation of unsafe equip-
_ Centennial Building Work
SLarge Crowd Visits Nursing Home Open House
A large crowd braved threatening skies. home Sunday. Sixty more beds are scheduled for president of the corporation which operates the
Sunday afternoon to attend the open house and opening in just a short while by the nursing home. home; Lynn Lockwood, executive vice-president;
official opening of Bay St. Joseph 'Cpre Center On hand for the ribbon cutting at 1:00 p.m., Larry 'Johnson, administrator and project direc-
nursing home here in Port St. Joe. Sunday were: Mike Campbell, local administra- tor; 'John Albritton, vice-prsident and Mel Magid-
With 60 beds recently completed in the home, tor; Claude Caviness, project manager; Mayor son, president, Port St. Joe-Gulf County Chamber
it was opened for business with 23 guests in the Frank Pate, who cut the ribbon; Peter C. Kern, of Commerce. -Star photo
Runs Into Major Project
An attempt to refurbish the proof. "This method will be requiring the cement vault
,entennial Building in a way permanent and will only need burial.
he City can afford is running cleaning every so often", he Street Superintendent Dor-
nto problems-minor prob- said. ton Hadden said the new.
ems, but still problems. The Taking Gunn's advice, the perpetual care cemeteryI.
building has been sand-blast- Commission decided to ask for would be ready for use by now, -
d only to find out that the bids for the stucco application but that spreading rejected
construction block is in too described by Gunn.. fiber on the site to enhance
ad shape to paint. At first, grass growth has met with:
he Commission planned to PAUPER'S GRAVES disaster. Hadden said the.
tucco the building, but bids The Commission agreed to a material appears to be caus-
or the process came in at request by the community's ing the grass to die and the
nore than the Commission funeral home directors to set material keeps coming to the
ranted to put to put into the aside a pauper's section in the surface after a rain, causing.
building, along with other cemetery for the burial of an uneven and unsightly sur-:
ork that needs to be done to paupers. Both Rocky Comfor- face at the location. "
ie structure ter and John Gilmore pointed Hadden said the only solu- .
Tuesday night. City building to a need for the designation tions he' has come up with for :'
Tuesday night City buildingand a section of single grave solving the problem is cover--',
ispector E. F. Gunn, who also sites in Holly Hill Cemetery ing the whole area with a layer:
serves as a construction con- was set up for this purpose. of dirt or sodding the ceme-:
ultant to the City, said the The Commission also dis- terry. Both solutions are ex-
lock was in too bad shape to cussed requiring burial in pensive.
aint "It'll t e almnost as .-- f -. i e .. .m
much money to put in block
filler and sealer and paint as it
will to stucco", Gunn said.
Irne building inspector then
suggested an alternative way,
using stucco, to re-finish the
building and make it water-
cement vaui at u-M cuI-
tery. At least one grave has
already caved in where the
casket has decayed, causing
an unsightly depression in the
Attorney Rish is making a
study of the legality for
City Commissioner Altoi>,
Fennell said he had received'
requests to re-name Avenue C,
"Driesbach Street" in honor;
of the late Raymond Dries-'.
(Continued on Page 3)
It Isn't So!
Article Claims 40% of Gulf's
Teachers Not Certified for Subjects
,-,. A '~
Suffers Fractured Leg.
When Struck By Car'
Community/Fire Department building at the beaches recently completed by County.
each VFD Dedicate Building
SThe Beaches Fire Department a lot of 'Williams' there) gave a short Smith called attention to the
celebrated the dedication of their address on the accomplishment of growth at the beach and called on the
new fire station Saturday, with a fish the fire department. "They had a people for closer cooperation to keep
frk and short dedication ceremony dream", he said, "And now it is a the beaches the fine family place it
fdr the building. reality", is at the present time.
SBuiilt as a joint effort by the
p ople of the Beach and the county, -
th building serves as a fire station x"
arid meeting place for beach organi- "'''
zatibns and clubs. The building is of
m9Wal construction and contains two
fire truck bays, a kitchen, a meeting
hap and equipment storage.
Prime mover in securing the
building for the area, Evan Williams,
said, "Teamwork brought this pro- ?
ject to completion". Williams served
as master of ceremonies at the short
dedication service Saturday after-
Cutting the ribbon to the new
installation were County Commission
chairman, William Branch and Coun-e
ty Attorney, William J. Rish.
Branch gave Williams credit for
the building and the fire department .....
and Rish for the initial step of
.securing the first fire truck for the
Rish recalled it was five years
ago when the Florida Forest Service
furnished the first truck for the .
Evan Williams and Billy Joe Rish handle ribbon cutting duties.
Rev. William Smith (there were
THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1983
- ;. % ., r=" JL-AL
When this was written, it was
official that the state of Florida was
going to be suffering through an
:.extra 10 days of the Florida
.:,Legislature being in session, after
we have just suffered through 60
,.days of making laws.
'; : One of the most talked about,
"accomplishments" the Legislature
had before them was the. raising of
taxes. Luckily, they were attempt-
ing to raise taxes for the schools, or
they would have seen sent home
before the regulation 60 day session :
was completed.'" Since the extra
taxes were .for schools,, almost
,, everybody who could have some
Effect on the outcome of raising the
taxes, kept quiet-
We talked with Senator Demp-
sey Barron over the phone the other
day about the additional taxes and
discussed with him the matter of
money. We said that when things get
slow here at The Star, we're faced
= with cutting back on what we spend
; money for. There's no bottomless
The Senator agreed with us,
saying people are having a hard
Lenough time paying for what they
S.need without being faced with:
iying additional taxes.-
The Senator agrees that there
Ea re now enough taxes being levied. -
The proposed victim this time is
Z-closing up some .so-called loopholes
min the sales tax law, taxing some of
-the services which are not now
taxed. There's services such ;as
I Profane 1s,
A television reviewer in one of
the area daily newspapers the other
:. day was writing about the filthiness
f f the new Richard Pryor- special
oncert, "Live On Sunset Strip".
S The writer panned the so-called
.art unmercifully calling it obscene,
=ndecent and profane.
S' Evidently .the show had been'
.presented on one of the cable
= channels in the writer's city and the
:, writer didn't like it. .
,, "There's no law to prevent it",
Sthe writer lamented.
Another writer took the first
:vriter to task about the complaint
.ver Pryor's offerings and noted
';jhat the first writer could merely
.urn off his set if the show offended
E: h._ him.- .
',; The second writer note that'
bodyy forced the first writer to
:-purchase the cable service in the
.'first place and intimated that others
i-vho subscribed to the cable service
had the right to the "scantalogical :
genius of Richard Pryor." .
Do Us A Favor
medical care and services, legal
services, work by' accountants an
architects, beauty and barber shop
funeral services, advertising, etc.
If the services are taxed, ho
long will it be before groceries an
medicines are taxed?
We'll agree that the sales tax
one of the easiest taxes for people
pay. Just a few pennies added on
whatever we buy, is almost
painless way to pay taxes.
It is also an easy tax to raise
As one of the Senators said th
other day, if things had been norm.
for the past yea-r, there would be r
'heed for additional taxes. The stall
Would have plenty of money to d
whatever it wanted to do.
With the reduction in sales ta
collections comes the indication tha
there is also a, reduction in th
ability of the tax payer to pay moi
taxes, because his income is reduce
We read where the special
session is going to cost the State o
Florida some $40,000 a day. Possib]
the best thing the Legislature could
do for the Florida financial pictui
is not to raise taxes. Just go homn
and everybody's problem wou]
Possibly the Legislature cou]
gd- into special, session just lon
enough to outlaw special sessions
the future. That would certainly b
good for Florida.
Since when did it take a genius
to be profahe? We know sever
people who we consider anything bi
genius and they are pretty profane
In our estimation, a genius is th
person .who can make the masse
want to catch his show merely
because he is funny or because he
entertaining: not because he ca
talk dirtier' than anybody else.
Richard Pryor has always had
filthy mouth but has done some skit
which were genuinely funny-
without being filthy. He should stic
to it if he wants to be known as a
artist and not just a dirt mouth.
As for the columnist wh
intimated it was a subscribers' rigid
to see what they wanted on the cable
channel, we couldn't agree with hit
more. Since the first, complaining
writer was a subscriber, we say
was also his right to see what he (
she wanted and not be subjected b
having to turn off the set on pain (
having his eardrums assaulted.
( A MAN'S WORLD
The Last Whipping
L* .BY SHAD PHANTRY
id I'll be the first to admit that
I gota lotof whippin's when I
S was ayoungchild. In the same '
breath, let me say that I never
w received a one that I didn't
deserve. As a matter of fact,
id- there were many times that,
all things being equal, I should
is have gotten one that I didn't
t get. I was a lucky; boy and I
to could lie pretty well. I also had
to, a mother with a tender heart.
a My mother, kind and gentle
as she was, however, was an
e. expert at applying a whippin'.
She not only knew how, but she
ie knew when. And that can be
al the most important part'of a
10 good whippin'. In other words,
te if she ever promised you one,
o you got it!
The last whippin' my Mama
gave me was the most unfor-
IX getable in my memory. I was
at about fourteen or fifteen;
te right at the age when I knew
re everything and my parents
d knew nothing. You who -are
fortyish and over know what I
mean. Anyway, Mother and I
al had a disagreement over some
Of forgotten something and I
sassed her. I don't remember
ly what I said, but she was quick
Id to reply, "You'd better watch
re out, young man! You may
ie think, you're too old for a
Id whippin'; but you're not!"'
I'd had enough of her
whipping's and this time I was
ld going to call her bluff. Sure I
ig was too old for a whippin' and
in big enough to withstand any-
- thing she could dlsh out.
Shucks, I was almost a grown
man! With this firmly im-
planted in my mind, I replied,
"If you want to whip me,
Mama, go ahead; I don't
"You sass me one more
time and I will!" was her firm
al "Well," I persisted, "Why
at don't you go ahead and do it?"-
u I shouldn't. have said that.
e, Looking. back, I, must .ve
forgotten what a whippi.felt,
le like because if I had just given
es it a little thought, I would not
I have pushed Mama that far.
y Mama would have been a good
!s card player because e just
Ln didn't bluff Mama v hen it
came to discipline!
a: It didn't take Mama lohg to
t; get a belt and with her holding
Sme by my left arm v ith her
left hand, she began to flat lay one on me T did not move nor
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flinch and' believe me, that
was the hardest thing in my
life I had ever done at that
After she had whipped me
for what seemed like an
eternity, she asked, "Have
you had enough, young man?"
"If you're through I have,
Mama," I foolishly replied
through clinched teeth. That
was the second bad mistake I
had made that day because
and low sign on the sidewalk is
completely hidden by, say, a
large truck in the right lane-
and there is no other warning
for strangers to see, until they
suddenly find: the island in
Apart from this one flaw,
which has always bothered
she began to lay it on again. I
was certain there was blood
running down my legs by now.
A later check proved me
wrong and I could not believe
Finally she tired and let me
go with this command, "Let
that be a lesson to you, young
Believe me, until her dying
day, I never sassed my Mama
Summers were made for fishing,, qr is it fishing was made for summers?
Nearly. Per fct
Dear Wesley,' have done with your' newspa-
per during the years I have,
This letter' has two pur- known' you. As I end twelve
poses- the first is to ask you years of real pleasant living
to change my mailing address among all the kind folks of
.to the one above, please, until Port St. Joe, I would like tb
my subscription runs out. commend one more "cause"
The second is to say thank to you for, your considera-
you for the excellent job you tion- the re-designing of the
intersection of Hwy. 98 and
Monument. Having seen so
many near misses there over
the years as traffic traveling
East in the left -lane is
suddenly forced to switch to
the right lane, I believe it is
almost time for a serious
wreck at that point. The small
me, St. Joe is a great little
town. Put that right and
(maybe) you'll be perfect.
Yours as ever,
The Rev. Sidney G. Ellis
Retired Rector of St.
James Episcopal Church
FOR ALL YOU PEOPLE who we
Asking the question,' "When is I
., weather going to get here" or "is it ev
going to turn summer time?"
.6iiou nappy now? .
It has turned summer time and I
;-'ot weather has come and is now w
j,4ts. As a matter of fact, we could u
.-ome of that sufficiency of rain we we
experiencing some -four weeks ago.
Sit's a terrible thing to anticipate i
weatherr: We never get the weather
want except for the few days after
E.guits a disagreeable spell. If i
=.aining, the first few days of d
aSun-shiny weather is beautiful. But ie
.get a little dry and we are ready for ii
Z" Or, if it is dry, we get anixic
7-bout when it will rain again, then
'-itarts and we scan the skies evc
:morning, waiting for it to stop and i
'Personally, I was having a b
i. ack when the weather was in the h
" < )',s and the low to middle 70's. T
Was my kind of weather and the gr
:W as almost at a standstill. Even.
w'..eeds didn't grow and it was the. l
ere kind of world.
ver THE GRASS
are pertly now. Eve
almost a solid pat
bout the Hot Weaher?Dont Look Now, but It's Here!
with the mole cricketslast summer'and be hard to work it into the schedule. mower doesn't have all the popularity it unhappy.
- + fall. Those little pests can go through It's hard to get a fourth of the yard cut once had. Cutting the grass even on No matter what you do, you ji
IS GROWING right yard like a forest fire through a staid of before the baseball game comes on in the riding lawn mower has become can't have everyone pleased.
n mine, which was. young piies and do just about as much the evening, Of course, when the work .and work, you know, is a +m +++
ch of weeds when the damage. Braves' are on the west coast, there's .four-letter word. I GOT A. NOTE from Lau
idd hIt MU1 ChoUiirU1 lU va.th d tellin me h
summer'started because of the long dry
ous spell' we had last summer and early
1 it fall.
ery I got busy with the weed and feed
dry fertilizer and got the back half fertilized
before it got too dry to put down,
)all fertilizer. The back is doing right well,
igh but the rest of the yard is struggling.
hat Part of the front yard is 'under the
ass process of being killed off for replanting
the because of the weeds. and undesirable
best growth which came back after a bout
Part of the yard is being killed &ff to
get it ready'to plant a new stand of
grass and hope it out-lasts the next
onslaught: of mole crickets.
*.*,-- + + + + .
I DON'T ,KNOW what I'll do] for
mowing when the front yard is planted
' and producing a grass crop once again.
SIt takes at least an afternoon of
work to mow half the front yard oYhalf
the back yard as it now is. When all the
front yard needs mowing, it's goinfito
plenty of time to do all the mowing I
want to do in the evening, but they're
not on the west coast often enough for
me to keep my yard cut.
I had arrangements made with a
couple of grandsons to mow the yard.
As a matter of fact, they used to fuss
with each other over which one got to
cut the grass, so they could have the
privilege of driving the riding lawn
Somehow, riding the riding lawn
Im goinm g to licK tUe probDlnm yet.
If the mole crickets keep up their
work and the grandsons don't, I'm
going to be forced into taking drastic
I'got the idea watching the ball
game the other night. One team was
,contemplating putting down a new
surface on their playing field and
calling it grass.
'Why cotildn't I do that? I under--
stand it's sort of expensive, but over the
course of about four or five years, it
would pay for itself. Then the yard
would stay green the year round. The
lawn mower then could just gather rust
for all I care. The mole crickets would
get the blunt bill they deserve and the
savings on water would be consider-
The only'problem is that Frenchie
would have a hard time digging a hole
in the artificial yard, to stick her
flowers in and"that would make her
daughter, Mickey, had just completed a
novel about this part of Florida and it
would be on sale in book stores by June
14. That's only a few days from now.
Mickey, a real writer, has written a
book- entitled, "Hurricane Season"
about Northwest Florida and took her
tale from some of the people and
country around here.
Laura says her daughter is going to
be in Port St. Joe for a visit around July
first. Mickey lives in California now
and is a writer for the San Francisco
"Examiner" by trade.
By choice, she has written her book
and should have it on sale in just a few
From what I hear, the book is about
moonshining operations here in North-
west Florida a few years back, proving
that the book is fiction.
Whoever heard of moonshining in
Published Every T day i 3 Wl Avendi. Port St. Joe Florida
SBy The Star Pudllang Company
Wesley R. Ramsey .......... Editor and Publisher
William H. Ramsey :Production Supt.
Frenchle L Ramsey ......... .... Office Manager
Shirley K. Ramsey .................... Typesetter
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, fla. THURSDAY. JUNE 9, 19R3
stiu'ted to study the ramifica-
tions of re-naming a street
before the Commission took
Clerk Alden Farris gave the
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MORNING WORSHIP 11 00 A;M
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EVENING WORSHIP 7 00 P M
WEDNESDAY .. 7 00 P.M
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1601 LONG AVENUE
DANIEL W. DUNCAN MARK DONNELL
Pastor Minister of Music & Youth
bach. Attorney, Rish was in-
People Paying Their Taxes
* official oath of office to Mayor
Frank Pate and Commission-
ers Bill Fleming and Wesley
R. Ramsey Tuesday night.
The trio were re-elected with- ,
out opposition last month.and
started. their new two-year
terms of office Tuesday night.
without a certificate, a good
number will have have the
paper work on their certifi-
cates by the end of the year.
"These didn't show up in the
survey for the article".
The report also estimated
that nearly 6,000 teaching
positions statewide were vac-
ant at the beginning of this
school year. Gulf county had a
full corps of teachers and is
expected to experience the
same conditions next school .
Mrs. Maxine Gant and Cla'rence Monette, are shown with
a plaque presented their AFCA association recently for their
community action accomplishments. Mrs. Gant is first vice-
president and Monette is president of the organization.
Hous Local AFCA Gets
Dt~~t.m ~ A .Q-V.11
Elizabeth Thompson, Mex-
ico Beach Real Estate agent,
spoke to the Rotary Club last
Thursday, telling the club of
some of the scope of real
estate development currently
taking plate in ,Gulf County
and its environs.
Thompson said that current-
ly there are 75 to 85 homes
under construction in the
beaches area of the county,
from the east to the west
county line and including
Mexico Beach. Describing the
current building boom the
largest ever to hit the Gulf
County area, the largest num-.
ber of dwelling units under
construction are townhouses.
or multiple family units.
Thompson said there are some
200 building permits currently
in force in Mexico Beach
In south Gulf County, Gulf
Pines development and water-
front property along St. Jos-
eph Peninsula are already
sold out except for isolated
.spots, and building activity is
fast and furious in this area.
'.* .Somefive miles of Gulf front
property owners from the
Stump Hole area on the
peninsula, all the way to the
Sunnyland Park. "Everything
is sold on the Gulf side except
a small portion of land adja-
cent to the state park", Mrs.
"People in this area aren't
the ones who are buying the
property" Mrs. Thompson
said. "The developers are
moving in. We are not a well
kept secret any longer", the
On Monday, June 13th at.
2:30 EDT, Chapter 3425 of'
A.A.R.P. will hold its final
meeting for the simmer. It
will be held at St.,Joseph's
Church Hall, 20th St' and
Mrs. David Fernandez of
Port St. Joe will again present
a program of songs.
Members will be presented
with permanent identification
cards by Sheriff Ken Murphy.
Hostesses will be Ms. Lo-,
rene Adams, Amanda Boone,
Agnes Culpepper, Helen Du-
rant, Emmie Jones, Doris
Richardson, and Chairlady
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The Association for Com-'
munity Action (AFCA) was
the proud recipient of a plaque
from Florida A & M Univer-
sity. The plaque was awarded
in acknowledgement of a cash
donation made to the school ofr
education, and was presented,
as part of FAMU's Honors
AFCA has as one of its goals
the promotion of excellence in
.'education. During the many
Black History Month, a Sun-
day was set aside to solicit
funds for education, and this
year Florida A & M received
Each year some institution
of higher learning will be
given a donation toward en-
hancing its program. The
recipient will always be a
In the past two years AFCA
has sponsored several educa-
tional programs. The list
includes: a segment in the
"Black History Month Obser-
vances", and a three day
"Education Seminar", for pa-
rents and students.
has just opened
people who have
getting iMe fe
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All of the educational activi-
ties are designed to enlighten
the participants and support
the ongoing programs in the
.school system of Gulf County.
Each activity has proven to be
of great value nrid AFCA will
continue to provide opportuni-
ties for parents and students
to interact in meaningful
projects related to and neces-
sary for academic progress.
during the waiting period until
she distributes it to the several
taxing governments in the
county. "We earn a good bit of
'money for the county this
way", Ms. Taylor said.
"This year", the collector
said, "We had 95,percet of the
county tax roll collected by
March. We had to sell only 118
certificates after the paying
period had expired. This is an
unusually small number", she
The Tax Collector said Gulf
County has some 2,581 homes
listed under homestead ex-
emption laws. "Of these, 60.5
percent are totally exempt
under the law which now
allows $25,000 homestead ex-
emption", 'Taylor said.
"There are no taxes paid on
Zion Fair Baptist Churcn
will be observing their annual
Women's Day Programj on/
Everyone is invited to at-
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Saturday, June 11 Hours 10 to 4
706 Woodward Ave. Port St. Joe
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Motor Oil $10.00
Limit one Buyer's Check per family or street address:,.
401 Williams Ave.
609 Hwy. 98, HighlandView
Phone 227-1774 :'
People are paying their
'taxes this year, Eda Ruth
Taylor, Gulf County Tax Col-
lector told the Kiwanis Club
Tuesday at noon.
Taylor 'said more people
paid their taxes early this
year and prior to the deadline
than any year she can re-
member. "Our office was
charged with collecting over
$3 million in taxes this year,
and we had 60 percent of it
collected in November".
Taylor said tax money, col-
lected by her office is invested
immediately to earn .interest
Albert Bennette .St. John
recently graduated from the
University of South Alabama
College of"Medicine, Mobile,
-He: received the C. V.
Mosley Award for outstanding
service to the School of
Medicine during the 1983 year.
S'Upon graduation, Mr. St.
John became a resident physi-
cian at the University of South
: He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
A: A. St. John; formerly of
Mexico Beach. He was a 1971
graduate of Port St. Joe High
Chance to Earn
Oneobf the best bargains in
Gulf County is offei'ed by the
Gulf County Adult Institute.
What is- it? A chance to
complete studies for a high
school diploma at No. Cost in
money to the person going to
A high school diploma is one
of the basic, main steps in
opening doors to further ad-
vancement in -work and per-
The Gulf County Adult Insti-
tute is located behind the Port
St. Joe High School Auto
The summer schedule is
M,T,W, Th,'7:45 a.m. to 4:30
p.m., afternoon classes 6:00
p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
School personnel will be
glad to answer any questions
concerning the adult school.
Come by or call 227-1744.
P. O. Box 427
Port 'St. Joe, FL
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fL Cynthia Arlene Murdock
and Todd Norman Kriner
.were united in marriage on
S'ay 21, 1983 in a double ring
Ceremony. The wedding was
S eld at First Baptist Church,
.ort St. Joe, and was conduct-
':.Ad by Reverend Howard
Parents of the bride are Mr.
and Mrs. Waring Murdock of
:.'ort St. Joe. Grandparent is
::Mrs. Pauline Murdock of Port
: The groom's parents are
"M.r. and Mrs. Norman L.
Kriner, Tallahassee. Grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs.
r -larm Rosenboom, Tallahas-
l ee.and Mr. and Mrs. L. 0.
ZKriner, Davenport, Iowa.
: Nuptial music was perform-
i d by: Sharon Watson, or-
ganist, and soloist Ron Kegley
who sang "How Great Thou
5rt", "Time for Joy", "It
;.. Seems I Have Always Loved
You", and "His and Hers".
S: The bride was given, in
marriage by her parents, and
escorted to the altar by her
lather. She wore a gown of
white chiffon and satin with
ilencon lace. The Queen Annie
neckline was adorned by the
alencon lace on satin; buttons
covered the back bodice. The
Eong sleeves were gathered at
Che shoulders and had tiny
buttons at the cuffs. Alencon
S ce appliques covered the
S, emi-cathedral train made of
tin and chiffon organza. To
mplete the bridal portrait,
e bride wore ,a veil of
icon lace and illusion.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1983
Ring Ceremony Unites Miss
Murdock And Todd Kriner
She carried a lace covered
Bible topped with a cattleya
orchid. Strands of freesia,
baly's breath, and ivy, along
- with white satin ribbon
streamers slipped between
pages of the Bible.
Miss Cathy McFarland,
friend of the the bride, served
as maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Marian Barber, sister of
the bride, and Dina Parker,
friend of the bride.
Best man was Greg White,
friend of the groom. Usher-
groomsmen were Robert Mor-
ley, brother-in-law of the
groom, and Dwayne Carroll,
friend of the groom.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was given by the
bride's parents in the Fellow-
ship Hall of the church.
Assisting at the reception
were: Ginger Burge, bride's
book; Mischel Morley and
Melanie Curtuis, sisters of the
groom, bridal cake; Debbie
Dunigan, and Paula Wingate,
punch; Dianne Sasser An-
drews, groom's cake. Floor
hostesses were Mrs. Therman
Jacobs'. and Mrs. Oris An-
The wedding was directed
by Mrs. Paul Pierce.
After a wedding trip to
Panama City Beach, the cou-
ple is residing in Tallahassee.
The. groom is employed by
Lake Jackson State Park and
the bride is employed by Sun
Federal Savings and Loan.
A reheai-sal dinner was held
May 20 at Gulf Sands Restuar-
ant, hosted by the groom's
CHURCH of CHRIST
Twentieth Street and Marvin Avenue -
SUNDAY SCHOOL .............. 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ............ 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ............. 6:00 P.M.
WEDNFSDAY EVENING .. ....... 7:00 P.M.
Port St. Joe's Most Exciting Place to Worship
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norm-
an L. Kriner.
A lingerie shower was held
March 26 at the home of Eva
West, Tallahassee. It- was
hosted by Mildred Harris,
Daisy Marshall, Marshelle
Rampy and Eva West.
A linen shower was held
April 23 at the home of Mischel
Morley, Tallahassee. It was
hosted by Micschel Morley.
A bridal calling shower was
held April 30 at the First
Baptist Church Fellowship
Hall. It was hosted by Cathy
McFarland, Dina Parker,
Freda Jacobs, Eveline An-
drews, Peggy McFarland,
Barbara Parker, Barbara
Kennedy, Trixye Rich, Do-
rothv White. Onida Cross
I Spring Ball
The Ebonyettes, Inc. of Port,
St. Joe will be sponsoring its
Fifth Annual Spring Ball on
granddaughter of Mrs. Law-
rence L. Copenhaver, Sr. of
The groom-elect holds a B.S.
degree from Florida State
University where he was a
member of Kappa Alpha
Fraternity. He is presently
employed as a Vice-President
of.. the Tallahassee Area
Chamber of Commerce.
The wedding will take place
on 'August 20 at St. John's
Episcopal Church in Tallahas-.
see followed by a reception at
the Capital City Country Club.
No invitations will be sent
locally, but all friends and
relatives are invited to attend.
Octavia Torrey Copenhaver
Mrs. Lawrence L. Copen- member of Phi Mu Sorority,
haver, Jr. announces the the Tallahassee Junior Lea-
engagement of her daughter, gue, and the St. Joseph's Bay
Octavia Torrey, to Douglas Chapter of the DAR. She is
Clifton McCuean, son of Mrs. presently employed as Exe-
William W. McCuean and the cutive Director of the Florida,
late William W. McCuean of Trust for Historic Preserva-
Tampa. tion in Tallahassee. She is the
The bride-elect is a gradu- daughter of the late Lawrence
ate of Auburn University, a L. Copenhaver, Jr., and the
MR. AND MRS. KRINER
MR. AND MRS. SAULTS, 111
Couple Are Wed
Vicki Parker and' Robert Queen Anne neckline with
Saults, III were united in beaded trim, and bishop sle-
marriage on Saturday, April eves. A chapel length train
23, at 11:00 a.m. at Beach "was formed from bodice and
Baptist Chapel on St. Joe 'hemline. She carried a bou-
Beach. Rev. William Smith quet of silk flowers composed
performed the double ring of white, lavender, and pink
ceremony. roses, with white silk leaves.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. Clyde Parker -of Perry.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. W. Saults, Ji. of
Nuptial music'was perform-
ed by Mrs. Julie Richardson,-
and soloist was Mrs. Barbara
The bride, wore a white
bridal gown of sheer organza
with lace applique accents,
Mr. and Mrs. Marion C.
McLeod of Panama City have
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ROY SMITH, Agent FRANK HANNON, Agent
v~I.a. .- U_-r- .- if~ _LA J
announced the engagement
and approaching marriage of
their daughter, Rosmari6 Mc-
Leod, to Bill R. Wall, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Wall
of Port St. Joe.
The bride-elect graduated
from A. Crawford Mosley
High School in 1977 and 'Gulf
Coast Community College in
S1979. She attended Fldrida
State University, and present-
ly is employed in the corpor-
ate office of Sunshine-Jr.
Her fiance graduated'"fom
Port St. Joe High Schodl in
1976 and Gulf Coast Cometuni-
ty College in 1979. He attended
Florida State University, and
is employed as an account
representative with St. Joseph
Telephone and Telegrapl Co.
The wedding is planned for
Aug. 20 at 7 p.m. at the first
Baptist Church in Panma
City. All friends and relatives
are invited to attend.i A
reception will follow in. the
church social hall. -
Lynn Perry, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor.
Shelly Ferguson, niece of the
bride, was flower girl.
Serving the groom as best
man was Lester Walker of
Perry, and ring bearer was
Mathew White. Ushers' were
Pat Gentry and Lonnie Stan-
Following the ceremony, a
reception was held at the Gulf
Friday evening, June 10th
beginning at 9:00 P.M. This
year's theme is "A Night at
the Ebonyettes Arcade", and
will feature a variety of video
and arcade games as well as
the traditional music for dan-
cing., Hors d'oeuvres will be
All proceeds from this affair
are used to support the year
round activities sponsored by
the Ebonyettes, such as state
matching for its 'day care
center and community pro-
gram. A donation of $3 a
person or $5 a couple will be
collected at the .door.
. Everyone is invited to come
but for a night of fun, and
possibly be the winner of
many door prizes to be given
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and The Cut Above is back to regular Hours.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1983 PAGE FIVE
Sea Oats to Meet
Mrs. Zelda Brown, past
president of the Port St. Joe
Garden Club, installed the
1983-84 slate of officers for the
'Sea Oats and Dunes Gardeb
Club on Tuesday, May 10, in.
the Mexico Beach Chamber of
Commerce Building. Presi-
dent for the.new year is Rella
Wexler; first Vice-President,
Jayne Kleeb; Second Vice-
President, Ruth Nance; e-
cretary, Louise Schweikert;
and Treasurer, Madelyn Ton-
Among the guests were
Jayne Kleebs' mother, Mrs.
Edna Henderson; Thelma
Morse' sister-in-law, Frances
Henderson; Mrs. Annie
Chewning; and Mrs. .Lea
Johnsen of Port St. Joe. The
club welcomed two new mem-
bers, Sally Hughes and Lessie
The Florida Federation of
Garden Clubs District II meet-
ing was held in Graceville, on
May 11. Attending from Sea
Oats and Dunes Garden Club
were President, Rella Wexler;
First Vice-President, Jayne
Kleeo; Second Vice-Presi-
dent, Ruth Nance. Also past
President, Alice Kunel; and
past Treasurer, Vesta Conley.
Mrs. Sally Sulzer, President of
St. Joe -Garden Club also
attended the meeting.
The regular garden club
meeting will be .held on
Tuesday, June 14th at 9 a.m.
CST at the home of Mary and
Ernest Hendricks at Mexico
Beach. Mary recommends
that you wear old shoes. ,.
FOR FATHERS DAY
Check Our Large
SSelection of Gifts
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.G lf SERVICE
G ulf Credit Cards
Mechanic On Duty
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OPEN 7-6 Monday thru Saturday
Gulf Service Station
Sammy Parker, Richard Scheffer/Owners
101 Monument Ave. Phone 227-1690
88 Total Yeo
These three ladies were honored for completing 88 years
of service to the Gulf County School Board at the Board's '
regular meeting Tuesday. Mrs. Causey Griffin, shown left,
retired after 27 years of service in the Wewahitchka High
School food service department. Mrs. Charlotte, Brown,
center, retired after 33 years spent, teaching in the
Wewahitchka schools. Mrs. Jacque Price, shown right, ended.
Honor Students A
Principal Edwin G. Willi-
ams announces second semes-
ter and year honor roll stu-
dents for Port St. Joe Junior-
Senior High School.
Seventh grade:. .Warrepn
Bennett, Michelle Hicks., .
Eighth grade: Roger Ben-
nett, Nancy Stoutamire.
Ninth grade: Martin Perry.
Twelfth grade: Stewart Ed-
wards, Emylee Peters.
ALL A's and B's
Seventh grade: Shelly Bea-
ver, Sherry Creel, Ann LaLu-
zerne, Lisa Mahlkov, Tonya
Rucker, Doris Sander, Melis-
sa W atson. '.%
Eighth grade: Pamela Cot-
ter, Debbie Davis, Kimberly
Enfinger, April Fadio, Lisa
Handley, Sheila Harvey, Te-
resa Jones, Paul Nedley,
Angela Smith,' David Staab,
Ninth grade: Naomi Aman,,
Teresa Cozart, Lis, Grace,'
Tenth grade: Julie Allen,
Angel Barbee, Durey Cadwell,
Lisa Jones, Sherry Jones,
Reed McFarland, Catherine
Minger, Paula Ward.
jEleventh grade: Stacy
Creel, Patrick McFarland,
Marcia Stoutamire, Melissa
Wood, Rhonda Kemp. .
Twelfth grade: Kim Du-
pree, Bernice Johnson, Martin
Neel, Thomas Parker, Cyn-
Announcements and Invitations
Reception and Response Cards
At Home Cards and Informals
Envelopes with Printed Return Address
Thank You Notes Thank You Scrolls
*Wedding Programs Accessories
Reception Items Social Stationery
306 Williams Avenue
fthia Rogers, Cassandra Thom-
as, Charles Wood.
Ninth grade: Sandra King.
Eleventh grade: Trish Tap-
Twelfth grade: John How-
ard, Tanya Pippin.
ALL A's and B's
Eighth grade: Terrance
Ninth grade: Ricardo
Tenth grade: Michael Par-
son, Michael Quinn.
\ ALL B's
Twelfth grade: Robert
Year's Average Honor Roll
Seventh grade: Warren
Bennett, Michelle Hicks, Lisa
Eighth grade: Roger Ben-
nett, Nancy Stoutamire. :
Ninth grade: Martin Perry.
'Twelfth grade: Stewart Ed-
Wards, 14artin, Neel, Emylee
Seventh grade: Shelly Bea-
ver, Chris Brockman, Don
Campbell, Doug ,Campbell,
Sherry Creel, Christine Falbe,
Shannon Frickey,-Aim LaLu-
Szerne, Tonya. ,Rucker, Doris
Sander, Melissa Watson.",
Eighth grade: Pamela Cot-
ter, Kimberly Enfinger, April
Fadio, Lisa Handley, :Sheila
Harvey, Teresa Jones, Angela
Smith, David Staab, .:Jeri
Ninth grade: Naomi Aman,
Lisa Grace, Lucrecia Hamil-
ton, Herman Jones, Charles
Kelly, Sandra King.
Tenth grade: Julie Allen,
Angel Barbee, Mitch Bouing-
ton, Chris Butts, Durey Cad-
well, Lisa Jones, Sherry
Jones, Steve Kerigan, Rochel-
le Lewis, Reed McFarland,
Catherine Minger, William
Pippin, Shelly Raffield, Letha
Rice, Paula Ward.
Eleventh grade:, Deborah
Beasley, Stacy Creel, Keith
to see your good
411 Reid Ave.
229-6514 or 229-6103
Like a good neighbor.
State Farm is there.
STAil FARM '
Home Offices: Bloominglom. llinoi
Electricity from atomic
energy was generated.
for the first time in the'
world at a laboratory
near Idaho Fallsin 1951.
rs of Service
her school career after 28 years in Gulf County schools and
three years in Calhoun County schools. Mrs. Price had also
served as assistant principal at Port St. Joe Elementary
School for two years and three years as assistant principal at
Port St. Joe High School. Plaques of appreciation 'were.
presented the ladies Tuesday at the regular meeting of the
S school Board by Superintendent Walter Wilder. -Star photo
LT r.. A ll
Uis -L .Are Scheduled.
Swimming lessons are being
II ^'C fl O l offered to children ages five
S, .P k .. ... and older. There will be two
3-week classes. The first class
Jones. Rhonda Kemp, Patrick begins June 27 and ends July
McFarland, Pam Sanborn, 15. The second class beings
Marcia Stoutamire, Melissa July 25 and ends August 12.
Wood. ; There will be a fee of $20.00
Twelfth ,grade: Michael per child, aid $12.00 tob ach
Bouington, James Brown, following child in the family.
Kim Dupree, Holly Graham, Call Community Services at
Bernice Johnson, Thomas 229-6119between 1:00 and5:00,
Parker, Tanya Pippin, 'Cyn- Monday through Friday, for
thia Rogers, Cassandra Thornm- more details.
as, Rosa Lea Watkins, Charles ,-
Wood. na On GC
ALL B's '
Eleventh grade: Vicki Bar- Dean's List
low, Traci McClain, Trish
Tapper. :.Deborah Kay Dunigan was
Twelfth grade: John How- recently named to the Dean's
ard. List at Gulf Coast Community
Varying Exceptionalitles College for the Spring se-'
S ALLA'sandB's master.
Seventh grade: Ricardo Deborah is the daughter of
Evan". Mr; and Mrs. W. L. Dtnigan of
Tenth grade: Michael Port St. Joe.
Tenth grade: Delmonte
Mr. and Mrs. David S.
Rogers,', Jr. are proud to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Kimberly Michelle,:
on'May 24th. She weighed 6
lbs. 11 ozs. David is stationed
at Fort, Lewis Army :base in
Tacoma, Washington. '
Grandparents of. Kimberly
are Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Dimigan of Port St.' Joe, and
Mr. and Mrs. David S. Rogers,
Sr., former residents of Port
Porcelain Doll Class
June 14 & 21 6-10 p.m.
I Ceramic Craft Center )
316 Reid Ave. 229-6106
Class Fee $30
Includes Doll, Firing, and Paints Used In Class. Will bp g
Taught by DEBIE ANDERSON. Fee must bepaid by
June 6, 1983. /26
Friday, June 10 from
9 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Port St. Joe, Florida
All Service and testing done by qualified specialists.
WATSON AND BARBER HEARING AID CENTER
DOWNTOWN, MARIANNA, FL
with $10 or More Purchase
from Our Huge Inventory of
NAPA Air Conditioning Parts
for Your Car
ST. JOE AUTO PARTS
Your Auto Air Conditioning Parts Headquarters
201 Long Avenue
STOKES PLUMBING CO.
302 Reid Ave.,
THE STAR. Port St. Joe. fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 9. 1983
Army National Guard Pvt.
James M. Kent, son of James
Kent, Sr. of 118 Fifth St., Port
St. Joe, has completed basic
training at Fort Dix, N. J.
His grandmother, Ruby
Barnett, resides at 936 Bob
Little Road, Panama City.
The private is a 1982 gradu-
' ate of Port St. Joe Junior-
Senior High School.
: ,McLemore Gets
+: .^". t Davis S. McLemore, son of
Klenton T. McLemore of We-
M wahitchka, and Eloise V.
s ". i, hnli nf 109 TLookonut Ridge
triloquism, over 20 puppets,
balloon sculpturing, gospel
tricks, Bible Scramble, black-
light flannelgraph and the
highlight of the week, "The
King and Queen crowning".
Pastor David Fernandez
invites the entire community
to come out to this fun-filled
and inspiring crusade with
"Brother Dennis and the Good
A TRACTOR FOR
- Yov'lxin Kuooa'r L Senx pirfeci tor Wi"x Kkboef, L Sinei traer., you'll hv
oxr Li erd-lil nlob.rer. r r no m rounni or ompiml i.
uTh in y dTr m i cho rom .
ha- -+-s L.E KUBOT '
SThey corre elUppil iih I'n.i i re yx T .'
eipecil lnj onlIy on biaer, hicer mchne.
er rd gm xnds m internn.Jicepix.
li..hlt d nrr umlanLSr ery fcrk. We're looking for work.'
We Trade for Anything Financing Arranged
SALES A SERVICE 'FACTORS & IMPLEMENTS PARTS & ACCESSORIES
SOWELL Tractor Company
t41 Hwy. 77 N., Pume city Floruid PM .763-5441
Americus Ave., St. Joe Beach., 2 bdrm., 1 ba. Liv., din.
and kitchen combo. 3rd 'floor unfinished can be 2
bdrms..and full ba. $39,900.00.
42nd SL Sanocastle -2 ndim. I ba
Cen h&a. Furnisned. includes
washer. Owner financing
39th SI Moonglow .4 bdrm.. 2 ba 3
story, 3 lots from Deach Owner
34th St. Drifting Sands 4 bdrms.. 2
be 3 story Owner financing
Circle Dr. Sandpipers No I & 2 .3
bdrms.. 2 be Furnished, both nave
cen. hia. $79,50000.
Waterfronl Sea Breeze 3 bdrms I
ba Stained glass windows
fireplace, hot luo witn surrounding
deck. All the extras $175.00000
Arizona Ave 3 Ddrms. 2 ba On 2
Slots Free-standing fireplace
Arizona Ave 3 bdrms. 2 oa Fire.
place Ir sunken liv rm Celling
loans. screened in porch
Louisiana Dr NEWI 2 barm. 2 ba
Suspended balcony overlooks liv
rm w fireplace $72.500 00
*Corner Azalea & Palm 3 borm, |'l
be On corner lot wnior adlacepl
cleared 75'xO00 1350 sq II
Nan Nook Rd Grand Isle. 3 drrr. 1
full be. Fireplace. Also nas elffici
ency apt wit bdrm. 8 ba $79.000
15th St 2 bdrms. 1 ba Completely
furnisned. on 75'x185 loi
.15.nS -3 bdrms. 1.2 ba Furnished
Fenced In yard.,.Close to beach,
Hwy. 98 (near 24th St.)- Sandy Hollow.
Lg. 3 bdrmsa; 2 ba. Completely fur-
nished, excel. view of the Gulf.
$65.00000 .1 '.
301h St. 2 bdm I full ba. Cen. h&a.
Partially lurnishea. Ig. screened in
porch $58.000 00
Texas Dr 2 barm. 1 Da Unfinished
Corner8tnSI & Florida 3 bdrm. 2 ba
Ceiling tans can' vacuum system,
screened pallo. lencea yd
Arkansas Dr 2 bdrm.. 1 ba On 75'x
125 lot Can h&a $25.000.00
Maryland Ave 2 Daim.. 2 be 12 x70'
Completely turnisned wooden
pal lo. $21.500 00
Sea Side Townnouses 2 bdrm. 1' *
ba 16 Urills Each unit nas
microwave dislwasner, disposal,
washer 8 dryer Catneoral ceilings.
chilling plans Front & Dack decks w
excel view of the Gull' $79.500 00
Gull View Townnouses 2 bdrm. 2',
Da Eacn unril nas .dinwasner dis.
posai. refrigerator. can n&a
Privale upper arid lower decks
Casa Dei Mar Townnouses 2 odim .'
1'j oa Completely furnsnea Fully
carpeted Sundeck wiln super view
ofl ine Gulf' $7500000
Pier Poinle Townhouses 2 bdrm 1'.
Da Sunken liv rm w ceiling fan
Piusn' ComrrDielely landscaped'
Pale Townnouses 2 odim I '. be
Stucco w stone columns Deck
winr, excel view of Ihe Gulf'
Harrell Townhouses 1 bdrmn. 1 ba.
Catiecral ceiling w ceiling fan.
LOTS ON MEXICO BEACH
Hwy. 98 (near 42nhd St.) 320:6' of
commercial property on the canal.
S60' on -leftstide and 275' along the
' .'back are on the canal $155.00000
Road, Montgomery, has been
promoted in the U.S. Air
Force to the rank of airman
McLemore is a personnel
specialist at Myrtle Beach Air
Force Base, S. C., with the
354th Combat Support Group.
He is a 1981 graduate of
Panama City Christian High
There will be a Gospel Sing
at White City Assembly of God
Church Saturday evening,
June 11th, at 7:00 P.M. EST.
Featured will be The Repre-
Rev. Charles E. Jackson
invites everyone to attend and
worship the Lord in song.
Earn $3.35 to $4.25 per hour
as a telephone operator. Will
consider students. Apply at
203 Monument Ave., Port St.
Joe from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
EST. Monday Friday.
Local light delivery, must
know area and be neat in ap-
pearance, excellent for retired
persons, students, house-
wives. Paid in cash daily. App-
ly at 203.Mgnument'Ave. Port
St. Joe from 11 a.m. to 7. p.m.
Monday -' Friday. Day and
night shifts' available.
4100-Per Week Part Time at
SHome. Webster, America's
favorite, dictionary company
1 needs home workers to update
local mailing lists. Easy work.
Can be done while watching
TV. All ages, experience un-
necessary. Call 1-716-842-6000,
ext.6628. 2t 6/5 & 6/19
Security guard position open
in St. Joe area. Call 769-0723.
John E. Porter, age 34, and
Jimmy Lee Hunter, age 35,
both of Wewahitchka, were
arrested on June 1 and char-
ged with aggravated battery,
according to Sheriff Ken Mur-
The charges were filed by
Investigator Phil McLeod.
when the two, who were at a
local bar, began to quarrel.
Hunter allegedly pulled a
knife and cut Porter twice in
the head. Porter then was said
A slate of devotional speak-
ers has been scheduled for the
months of June and July at the
retired men's prayer meeting
service each Tuesday.- The
meeting is held in the Fire
Station meeting room behind
the City Hall at 9:30 a.m: The
meeting is open toall retired
Speakers for June include:
June 7, N. G. Martin; June 14,
Fred Goebertj June 21, Jerry
Register; June 28, Pat Floyd.
Speakers for July include:
July 5, Rev. J. C. Odum; July
12, Al Barbour, Jr., 1st Metho-
Carrots, parsnips, sweet po-
tatoes and winter" squash
can be simply candied with
a tablespoon of honey or
molasses and a tablespoon
of melted butter, per cup
of cooked vegetable. Gent-
ly heat until coated.
CJ5 Jeep, $400; 4 wheels, 6
lug mags, $100. Call 229-6310 or
229-8839. tfc 6/2
1979 Ford LTD H, midnight
blue, auto., a/c, good cond.,
$3,500. Negotiable, call
653-2161 day and 653-8055
nights, ask for Paula. 2tp 6/2
for Any Sewing Machine
We Cannot Repair
to clean, oil and adjust tension
on your sewing machine. We
guarantee your machine 'can
sew on any fabric. I
The Sewing Room
410A Reid Avenue
Pauline's homemade pies.
Call 229-8059. 3tc 5/29
Court St., St. Joe Beach 2 bdrm., 1 ba. home on 2 lots.
(150'x150'). Large screened in patio. Extra storage in
back. $65,000.00. Must see to appreciate.
Hwy. 98 near 24th SI l Approx 1 82
acres ol commercial property Sur
rounded by canal
285 x345'x360'x165 Owner fianc
Corner 22nd SI & Hwy. 98. 100'100'
Corner 12in St & Hwy 98 9P0'190
Waterfront 29h Sl I 00'Xl10 90
Kim Kove Rd Grand isle 75a'115'
lot Homes only $8 000 00
Kim Kove Rda Grand Isle 75 vlt15
lot Homes only 58.000 00
Kim K6Oe Rd Grand Isle 75 a115
lol Homes only $8 000 00
Maryland Ave 75'x100 ior Aiready
51n St 11491 x144 88'xt 1994 x
10747' lot $805000
5th Sl Irregular shaped 1lO
51h SI Irregular snaCe 10lo
151n Si Wysong Suoa 8068 h
1275115686 1275' Has septic
lank installed & ariailow well Yrda
sodded $20.000 00
ST. JOE BEACH
Walerlront Lot Between Sl Jc.Oe
PORT ST. JOE
Monument Ave Exra nice 3 bdim
3'j ba Marble lirepiace in 22'x20
iiv rm Wel bar sprinkler sysler.
Corner Tapper Ave & Saundra Circle -
Ward Ridge. iNEW' 3 Darms 2 Da
home On 100t00 tlor 863000.00
3 7#10 Acres 200 on canal 200'ion
Canal St $30.000 00 Owner finan.
10 Acres on Daniels Rad .350000 per
,. acre Owner financing
20 Acres lust Defore curve on. Dan
ieis Ad $44.00000 Owner linear.
85 Acres on intercoastal Water
way Just easi of floating brldge
$4 950 00 per acre Ownel llnanc
85 Acres .n East Bay $3 30000 per
acre Owner financing
60 Acres on Iniercoastal Waterway
Price alia lerms negoaltile
6,' Acres on Oversireel Ra appDoi
4 miles oul $5 00000 per acre
Sold in 2 acre piois only Owner
Beach and St Joe 16414 wla er
front x 300. aeep 5 64 40000 WEWAHITCHKA
End of Pireda Waterlfront 60 > Main Si Commerci3i lot Baci.. or.
IO' lot 159.00000 Lape Alice $3300000 .Owner
Corner DeSoto & Alabama 75 150 i financing
lot. $12,00000 Aiready cleared, m 1I F~. Acre TracI Griffin Sudivi.-
Sstorage bidg sio-$16'50000 ownerr financing
SAlabama St. a 75'x150' lot. $8;500.00: 1 Six Ac-e ,,acr Grimn Subalvi
Oak, St. 75'x150' lot. $8,900.00. .son- .$16 70000 O anr linancin.;
We wouldlike to. welcomeFlo. Melton to our stall Flo:
will be working in.the Port St. Joe area, ready to servp ..
and help you in all your real estate needs. Flo Meltoent
MEXICO BEACH HARMON REALTY, Inc.
SCorner 14th Street & Hwy. 98 *Mexico Beach
Rt. 3, Box 157A, Port St. Joe, Florida
1-9041648-5767 After Hours: (904) 648-5249
to have pulled a pistol and shot
Hunter, striking him. in ,the
leg. Both subjects were treat-
ed for their injuries and
Both were booked into the
Gulf County jail and released,
on their own recognizance.
Accroding. to Sheriff Ken
Murphy, last 'week, Mary
Moss, age 39, of Wewahitchka,
was arrested by Investigator
Charlie Hill and charged with.
introducing contraband into a
County Detention Facility.
The charges were brought
against Mrs. Moss when she
allegedly tried to smuggle
marijuana into her son, Bi-
shop Sloan, who was lodged in
the County Jail awaiting sen-
tencing on a sexual battery
charge. Her bond was set at
On June 7, Richard Kenneth
Neel, age 19, of Wewahitchka,
was arrested by Investigator
Mar Adll Phil McLeod and charged with
AmIn'VU AdkIS Grand Theft.
On Dean's List
The Office of Admissions
,and Records at Southwestern
Assemblies of God College,
Waxahachie, Texas, announ-
ced that, Marvin .Adkins *of
Port St. ,Joe received the
honor of. being. included on the
Dean's List. He maintained a
3.50 grade point average on at
least 12 hours of work in the
Spring Semester of 1983.
Southwestern Assemblies of
God College is a Junior
College accredited with the
Southern Association of
Schools and Colleges.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank Dr. Shirley
Simpson, the nurses, the staff
at Gulf Pines Hospital, Aunt
Bell, and my pastor for their
help and kindness during my
recent stay in the hospital.
Farrah Mae Dean
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA '
Case No. 83-122
IN RE- FORFEITURE. OF THE FOLLOW-
ING DESCRIBED PROPERTY
A 1975 Onevrolel Custom Deluxe 10pick.
up truck, serial no CC0145A145281
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
ALL PERSONS. FIRMS AND COR.
PORTIONSS' OWNING. HAVING OR
CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN OR LIEN ON
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby
notify ed nat Ins anove described proper
ly has oeen seized, under and by virtue ol
chapter 372. as amended and Is now in
the possession ofl Robert M Brantley, Ex
ecutive Director, Game and Fiesn Water
Fish Commission.'and you. and eacn of
-you are nereby further notified that a
petition. under Sam chapter. nas been iII
Sad in the circuit court oil the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit, in and for Gulf Counly,
Florida, seeking Ine forfeiture ol the said
properly. and you are hereby directed and
required to tile your claim if any you
nave, and snow cause. on or before July
1. 1983. ii not personally served with pro-
cess herein, why Ine said properly should
nol be forfeited pursuantl o said chapter
Snould you fail to hie Clarm as herein
directed juagment will be entered herein
egainsi you in due course. Persons not
personally served wilh process nmay ob-
tain a copy of Ine petition for ,rorelluie fil.
eo herein Irom Ine undersigned clerk of
WITNESS my nand and the seal of the
above mentioned court at Port Sl Joe,
Florida, this 7th day of .June, 1983..
Jerry T. Gate,
Cierki Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida-.
By: Is/ Tonya Know, Deputy Clerk
,- : -,." 3t6/91
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commission of
Gulf County will receive sealed Dias from
any person company. or corporation in.,
leresled ir, selling nme Courly the follow
ing described personal properly
1 (Onel New Motor Grader Delivery
dale must be specified Liqulaaled
damages for failure to Deliver unit on said
dale will be set at.-5 00 per day
Bids will be received untll 700 o'Clock,
PM EDT. June 28 1963. al ne Of lice
o" ie Clerk of Circuit Cort 1000 Filtn
St., Port St. joe FL 32456 The Board
reserves the right to reject any and all
BOARD ol COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
B/ sat W R Billy Branch. Chairman
INVITATION TO BI1
The Area Agency on Aging for North
Florida. inc will entertain sealed bids (or
trIe purchase of one. Iwd Or trree DUSes
or vans, new 1983 model; with a'minimum
capacity of fourteen (14) passengers. Bid
specilicalions may oe obtained at the
Area Agenrcy on Aging 'for North Florida,
Inc. office at 2639 North Monroe Street,
Suite 145Br-Tallahassee, FL 32303. Seal-
ed bids will be accepted at the Area Agen-
cy on Aging lor North Florida. Inc ofllice
on, or Defore 12 00 noonjEDTI. on June 15.
1983. at whicn lime Dlds will be opened
a.na read aloud Tnree 31 vehicles will be
;.urc.nasea no laler man August 31, 1983.'
Notice is hereby diven that pursuant to
Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned personas intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit court, Gulf
County, Fk.rida four weeks afer the flistf
publication of this notice, ine ficlnilous
name or trade name under which they will
be engaged in business and in which said
business is to be carried on, to-wit:
WALKER FOOD STORES, Inc.
WALKER'S DIXIE DANDY
511 West Highway 98
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Notice is hereby given that the Board of
City Commission of the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida. Is considering the request Of
a 3 foot variance in the Zoning Ordinance
in order to permit construction'of an add!-
tion to the existing structure within 10
feet of the south-west corner of the
following described property:
Lot 10, Block 91, 122 Bellamy Circle,
Port St. Joe, Florida.
Final consideration of said request will
be given at. their regular meeting to be,
held in their meeting room at the
Municipal Building, June 21, 1983, at 8:00
All interested parties are Invited to at-.
tend and be heard.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
/s/ L. A. Farris, City Auditor/Clerk
N Nee was cnargea ror ale-
E Eve '+
Some scientists believe that
the tendency to be nearsighted
(myopic) is inherited, but
heredity is not the only cause.
Many optometrists believe
that myopia is caused- by
visual stress (especially an
overbundance of reading and
close-seeing tasks in the
school years), poor diet, bad
lighting, incorrect posture, or
a combination of some or all of
cannot be completely cured,
-the rapid progression of this
eye condition can be slowed
down. It is important to en-
courage proper reading habits
with adequate light. A child
should learn to hold a book or
writing materials 13 to 16 in-
ches from the eyes: The back
and shoulders should be
straight;- reading on one's
-itomach -should be avoided.
Light from a shaded bulb that
throws rays "over the left
shoulder is best for reading.
Now and then, the student
should look at a distant object,
and then return to the near-
seeing task at hand.
Presented As A
Public Service by
DR. WESLEY GRACE
322 Long Avenue
Port St Joe, Florlda
gedly stealing 40 yards of booked into the Gulf County
carpet from St. Joe Corn-- Jail and released on his own
ponents on -April 14. He was: recognizance.
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
SUNDAYSCHOOL ... ......... .. .. ..9:45A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ,... .. ... :... 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7:30 P.M.
* 648-5011 Sales
* 648-5716 Rentals
* After Hours:
648-8977 or 648.8939
T ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
9800B EAST HIGHWAY 98 ? P. 0; BOX 1332
SMEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
REAL ESTATE SALES BEACH RENTALS
PORT ST. JOE
LOTS, 2 lots at Palm Blud & 18th St.,
9gin Sl. 4 bdm., 2 bea 30,000 00
.' SPECIAL .
S1306 Long Avenue. 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
den, $30.000.00. I
1610 Long Ave 4 barm., 1 Da Reduc-
515 8th Sl. 3 Ddm 1 ba 125.000.00.
Duplex. Long Ave 2 bdrm. I be in
each unit $45.000 wiln good owner
104 YauDon, 3 bdrm 2 ba Drick. ap-r
prox. 7 yrs old. $65.000 00
106 Mimosa, brick. 4 yrs 010. 3 bdrm .
2 D.. den. S65,00000 9 mrtg ol"
619 Marvin Ave., 3 bdrm., 1 i be.,
706 Woodward 4 bdrm. 2 ba.,
Very Exclusive house, 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
brick 5 yrs old $69,000.00
1912 Juniper Ave. 3 odrm., 11'/ be.,
. --' -* + ,+' .: '-.
WARD RIDGE: 205 Tapper Dr.. 3
bdrm., I'.. be. block house.,only
103 Yaupon. 3 barm.. 2 ba. 1 car'
garage. screened porch. 559.50000
522 61h St.. 3 bdrm.. I be. $39.900.
2 lots, 2 bdrm., 1 ba trailer. $8.700 00.
Squirrel Ave.,, 1 acre, 2 bdrm., I ba.
mobile home, 3.wells, $23,500.00.
Deer Ave, ig. 7 bdrm. 2 be.
$38,00000 Owner financing
STONE MILL CREEK ESTATES. acre
Itacts on the Creek, only $30000
down, beautiful land witn oak trees
and rolling hills
Restaurant, well eslabllshed with
local clientele. Near coast hun-
ting, fishing area, good cash flow,
wonder financing available, house in-
30 Acres near the City linills: Ideal for
Overstreel. 3 bdrm,. 2 be.. $350.00
Duplex. Long Ave, 2 bdrm., 1 ba.
Gulf Aire Townhomes'
Sunday afternoon -
12 to 5 p.m.
Four Wewahitch ka Residents Arrested
Good News Gang At Oak
Grove Assembly of God
BRO; JERRY REGISTER
-"Brother Dennis and the
.Good News Gang", Children's
Evangelists will be coming to
Oak Grove Assembly of God
located at Madison Street,
Oak Grove,- beginning June
13-16. Service times are 10:06
Brother Dennis Williams
and his wife, Saundra, use a
variety of means in working
with children including ven-
THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1983 PAGE SEVEN
FO RENT M1 :I c HELP:*WANTE-D
House at Howard Creek, on
Duck Ave., deep well, shady
fenced yard. $14,000. Call
229.6310 or 229-839. tfe 6/2
Large 3 bdrm. house with
many nice features on 4 lots,
on Searcy St. at White City.
Shrubbery, fruit trees and
barn. Call229-6065. 4tc 6/2
Land for Sale: % acre close
Ito Chipola River, has a deep
weel and shed. $5,800 firm.
:.Call 639-5263. 2tc 6/2
home, 2 bdrm., 1 ba., Ig. liv.
'rm., carpeted, utility rm., cen,
Best Buy op Mexico Beach:'
4 Furnished home, a/c& ceiling
Fanss, 2 bdrm., 2 ba, on
.100'x45' lot. 12'x24' Fla. rm
:w/wet bar, sodded yard, all
,fenced, paved drive, ex. Ig.
:;16'x32' block garage with 110&
1220 v. elec. 4 blocks from
,beach, $30,000.00. Call 648-
Large 2 bedroom house, on
Ig. chain link fenced lot, 1604
Garrison ave. Utility rm. and
single car garage attached.
Air conditioner and some ap-
pliances to remain. Appraised
at $34,000; owner will sell for
$31,000. Call 229-8346 after 6
75'x175' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc7-15
Business lot, west corner of
Hwy. 71 -and Reid Ave., Port
St. Joe. Call 229-8771. tfc 3/31
HIGHWAY 98 & 31st ST.
MEXICO BEACH, FLORIDA
For Rent: 2 bdrm. furnished
12'x52' mobile home, real nice.
$175 per month at Jones
Homestead. Call 229-6669.
Mobile Home lot at Beacon
Hill for rent or lease, 2 blocks
from beach. Call 648-8562.
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
Room for Rent: by day,
week, month. Air cond., TV.
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302,
Reid Ave. tfc 7-1
Mobile homes for rent by the
1974 Jeep CJ5, big tires, month. Travel trailers for rent
chrolze'rlins, green with new day,- week or month (2 day
beige t6p, $2,495; Call'227-1764. minimum), Rustic Sands
1980 Chevrolet Monza, ai'Campgrounds,. 15th St., Mex-
cond., power, am radio, good leo Beach -5229.
cond. Price to sell. Call SKI BREEZE
6485270. 2t6/9 Camping, mobile home, 2
bdrm. apt. and campers for
rent, day, week or month. On
Sh Lmaiulfb heah nr wooded sitep
Bill and Renee Schlickman.
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at aifrac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N'
Vae, the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.'
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
For Rent: Large' 2-story
-house on 39th St., beachside,
Mexico Beach., sleeps 10-14;
1% ba. Not air cond. Call E.
Tom Pridgeon, Port St. Joe,
2298548 after 5p.m.' Ip 6/9
For Rent: Large unfurnish-
ed apartment, 3% bdrin., 2 ba.
Picnic tables,, swings, set-
tees, lawn chairs, flower
boxes, trellis, etc. Call Wewa,
648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073
1-800-342-6692 (Inside Florida).
* Sales & Rentals Real Estate Specialists for Over 30 Years
"Call Us About These Listings, As Well As A Large Inventory of Beach Lots,
Wetappo Creek property, Rentals, & Mini-Storage Sales or Rentals.
MEXICO BEACH 29th St. a
I t ".- etructed,.'
2nd St., 3 bdrm., 2 ba, double-wide' houses, "
mobile home on 1'/2 lots of beautiful nished $8
grassed. lawn, fireplace wlmarble Hwy. 36A
hearth, front & back deck & cement 75'x185' i
drive. $55.000. 'O'Xni D 0
Beachside 3 bdrm., 1% ba. brick A beona
home completely .furnished, cen. fireplace,
h&a, screened porch, vacation home -rov aR R
or rental investment. $80,000-. e
Corner 14th St. & Hwy. 98, Seaside F pormcheire
Townhouses. 2 bdrm., 1'/ ba., p7 250oh
sunken IIv. rm., refrig., dishwasher,
washer/dryer, calling fans. 4th St.-2
microwave, can. h&a/c, carpet, pre- shaded lo
construction, price, $69,500.00. Finan- tgage.
cing available. eachsid,
4 bdrm., 2 ba., stucc o 2 ryhouse, : uadraple
on 50'x122' lot, d.w., stove, ceiling ba. $53.00
fans. many extlra Sea St $69.000.00. 12th St.-:
3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick on nice corner lot, jenn-alre. I
Ig. screen porch, garage, vacuum Beachalde
system. cen. h&a, carpet & more Fla. furnished;
Ave & 8th Sl $68.500 00:. Beach
Spanish arches adorn 1,100 sq. ft. w/glassed
townhodbes to be built on 38th St. 2 Financing
bdrm., 11 ba.. all appliances, range, Hwy. 98
microwave. relig., dishwasher, beac. 'cb
washer& dryer, $69,500.00.' ba 8.000
UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW from 2nd Bcalde
from beach site of cedar and stucco mrck hom
townhouses with 1,120sq.ft.of living '
area. Studio & bdrm.,"wlth cathedral f 1re ce,, f
ceilings, 1 /A ba., all appliances. 29th 8 4,500.
St. $70,000.00. Beachalde
MQBILE HOME on convmercial lot, Sundeck 'o
across from Chamber of, Commerce Sundec
on 31st St., 2 bdrm., 1 ba., new Grand Isle
carpeting & roof, $30,000.00. house wfe
Corner Virginia &'Fla. Ave. -New, 2 nice ota
modular w/brick; 3 bdrm., 2 be., 26th St.-
fireplace, screen porch, fence. house, lot
75'x112;5 lot. $55,000.00. Terms. Beachalde
Tenn. Ave.-3 bdrm., 3 ba., pool, bdrm.. 2 I
fireplace, jenn-aire range & grill, unils'$579.5
many extras. Financing available. 16th St -
$96,000. fireplace, e
Corner 6th & Fla. Double-wide on 1A/ "Grand Isle
lots, 2 yrs. old. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., In- grapevines
cludes appliances. $48,000. 5 $50.000.
27th St. Beachfront-3 bdrm., 2 ba. Beachside
c.b. construction, 1g. glassed porch. of Gulf, 4
$105,500.00. __ $104,000.
Corner Palm & Azalea-St. Nice 3 Beachalde
bdrm., 2 ba., brick & stucco. Includes house with
appliances & stor. house, fenced yd. Gulffront 2
$59,500. Adjoining lot available, fireplace &
Virginia Ave.-2 story, 1 Ig. bdrm.,
screen porch, downstairs unfinished,
has'wiring & plumbing, $45,000. L'
Hwy 386-A-Doublewide mobile 2 lots
home, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. on 1.05 acres, home,
Good terms. $49,900. water
7th St.-1981 doublewlde mobile Georg
home, brick foundation, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. Beacn
Frances C. Parker, Realtor
Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate
it Hwy. 98 2 newly con
stilted 4 bdrm., 2 bea. beach-
Unfurnished $79,000. Fur-
A-2 bdrm., stilt house on
ot. Furnished, $38,000.:
r.-Stone & cedar, 3 bdrm.,
ithedral ceiling, skylights.
many extras Owner must
luced, $76,000.: 1 '
ave -2 bdrm. Ig screen
place. carpel, storage blag
2 bdrm., 1 ba. on 75'x112'
t, $36,000. Assumable mor-
So'f Hwy. on 34th .St.
ix each unit has 3 bdrm., 2
2 bdrm., 1 a cath chilling,
8 42nd St.-2 bdrm., 1 ba.,
$63,500.00, financing avail.,
SCircle Dr.-3 bdrm., 2 ba.
porch furnished $79,000..
& 241h St -2nd lot from
with lireplace.3 bdrm., 2
SCircle'Dr.-3 bdim.,"2 ba.
e, Includes all appliances,
furnished, only 3 yrs. old
43rd S.-3 tidrm., 2 ba.
mn canal, ex slor bidgs.
overlooks Gull $69.500 '
-3 bdrm. I ba. nice brick
Ificiency apt. adjoining on
-3 bdrm. 2 be., 2 story
size 75'K100' $48,000
42nd St. Townhouses. 2
ba. Newly constructed. 3
00 ea Owner finan avail
3 bdrm. 2 ba. brick wl
stor. house, $60,000.
Subd.-3 bdrm., 1 be., with
S& shade trees, heal pump.
39th St. with terrific view
bdrm., 2 ba. stilt house,
34th St.- 4 bdrm. Stilt
great gulf view; $104,000.
8th St.-2 bdrm., 1 be: has
)TS FOR RENT
ready for mobile
have septic tank,
& power hookup.
ia Ave., Mexico
Perfect retirement home. 3 bdlrm.,,
brick home on .85 acres, reduced to'
Almost new mobile home. 2 bdrm. 1
ba on over 'a acre. turn. 24' well,
aeck Land Is. cleared & has 18"-
regulalion culvert & driveway,
$24,000. N. Long St.. '
3rd Si. 8 3ra Ave -Duplex, 1 bdrm., 1
ba. ea. or 2 bdrm., 2 ba. home..
$26,500. Good financing.
3rd St. & 4th Ave-3 bdrm., 1 ba.,
fireplace, fence, $38,000.
Trarnser Landing Ra. Almost an acre.
close lo Cnipola River 4 bdrm 2 Da
unfurn. double wide. Enough room to
add several trailers for income.
'129500 .. '..
5 'acre tract, with mobile home, In-
cludes nice.bar & stor. bldg., land's
prepared for 'garden. $24,500. Near
Hwy. 71 (Dalkelth), 3 bdrm., 1 ba., ap-
prox. 1 acre, $18,000.
'cochran Landing-Partially finished
4 bdrm. on 2 lots. Good well & septic
tank, $27,500. _
3 bdrm.,'1 ba. frariedhome W/front and
back deck, 2 wells, fireplace & sits on
6.36 acres. $28,500.
2 houses and c.b. stor.,bidg. '/ mile
'from Intratoastal. $64,000.
Gul6f & lagoon frontage, approx. 3.53
acres on SR 30-B, near Indian Pass.
Property runs from lagoon to gulf & is
divided by hwy., Includes older house
& furnishings. Call for details.
PORT ST. JOE
Comfortable 3 bdrm. home on '1'!/
lots, has fireplace, ceiling fans, 3 yr.
old roof & more. Family neighbor-
hood. Yard fenced on 3 sides, shade
trees. 512 8th St. $32,000.
Tapper Ave. & Saunders Circle, new 3
bdrm., 2 ba. home w/cedar siding,
double garage & heat pump. On 1/4
Orena Miller, Associate
Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate
Christy L. Davis, Associate
250 gallon gas tank in excel.
cond. Call 648-5652. ltp 6/2
Contemporary vinyl sofa &
chair, $100; T.V. stand $10,
both in good condition. Call
229-8884 after 4 p.m. Itp
Amana window unit air con-.
ditioner, used 1 year. 17,600
btu, 8.5 EER, $400, cash only!
See at Ready Arts & Crafts,'
ReidAve. Itp ,
30" Caloric gas range; GE
frost free 17.6 cu. ft. refrig-
erator, gold. Also, corner sofa
group w/large square table.
Call 229-8191. ltp
1978 150XS Mercury on a 15'
needlenose boat with trailed',
stainless steel 26" chopper
prop, very fast. Retail $3,500.
Asking $2,500.00. 1978 Ford
Fairmont, 6 cyl, 4-dr., good
condition, asking $3,000. Call
639-5468, no collect calls
15' fiberglass boat and
trailer with 85 h.p. Evinrude
motor, runs good, 227-1857.
YARD SALE: Sat., June 11,
8 a.m. Many miscellaneous
items. 208 16th St. Rain,
Yard Sale: Leftovers from
moving, Sat., June 11, 9 a.m.'
'CDT, 523 Fortner, Mexico
Beach. Many items for sale,
especially clothes, cheap..
Garage Sale: 9 a.m., Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday, on
Atlantic St., St. Joe Beach.
June 9th, from 11 o'clock to
7; the old country two weeks
pass by yard sale, back of old
St. Joe Ice House, 802 4th St.,
only outside yard sales.
Look before you buy, we sell
as is, no refunds. We have old
and new bicycles, ready to
ride. If you-only have a few
dollars and want a new bicycle
and have old furniture or old
things that is 75 to 100 years
old. We can trade for your few
dollars and old things that will
get you a new bicycle. We also
trade new yard lawn' mowers,
for your few dollars and old
furniture. We look to have
some nice"lawn mowers on
hand before these two weeks is
out. We also have some elec-
tric fans on hand. Also all kids
of toysI on hand, and other
.things.,We thank you for your
business. And may God bless
all. Mrs. R. H. Powell, 802 4th
St., behind old St. Joe Ice
2 Positions, Port St. Joe
Family Practice Center soon
to' open. Office nurse: ex-
perience preferred,, full-time;
Receptionist, initially part-
time. Reply with resume,'
salary requirements, P. 0.
Box, 383, Port St. Joe, FL
The Town of Mexico Beach
is accepting applications for
the position of Water Depart-
ment Billing Clerk with
related duties. Applicant must
be able to type 55-60 wpm,
have experience in bookkeep-
ing, accounts payable/re-
statements, billing, work
orders, purchasing, and be
able to deal with the public.
Salary $4.00-$4.50 per hour de--
pending upon experience. Ap-
plications will be accepted un-
til 4:30 PM (CDT) June .13,
1983. Bring or mail to Town
Hall, P. O. Box 13425, Mexico
Beach, FL 32410.
Need extra income? Carrier
needed for Panama City
News-Herald. Earn over $1o0
per month for less than 1 hour
work each morning per route.
Routes open in north Port St.,
Joe and hospital area. Call
Mr. Cox 229-8019.
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours).
THE LAUNDRY ROOM.
408 Reid'Ave, 2294-6954
-. pen 7 Days A Week
Mon.'- Sat., 7 a.m. 8p.m.
Sun. 10 a.m. 6 p.m
Self service or drop-off
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
J. Walter (Jimmy)
Johnson Construction Co.
New Homes Additions-
Call Us for Free Estimates
BEACH RENT-AL SERVICE
Sales & Rental
Paslode Daler Nails & Staples
Pneumatic Guns Sale or Rent
Nails fit Paslode & Sencoc Gun
Pump Jacks Sale or Rent
Hwy. 98 Beacon Hill
Color 1.V. Roll-a-Way Beds High Chairs
i ,: : : : .:S: .. : : -
STHE LEARNING CENTER
r1,, 706 Woodward Ave.
Bring your kids to join the FUN at THE LEARNING
CENTER. Special summer activities are planned to
" make this a happy vacation for your child. Hot meals
are served each day to make your child a healthier one.
Keel irwairvl; fr the crni,,truclion of our ep'i center .
Glenda Whitfield Owner/Director
Specializing In Service Work
and Addition Work
The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue
Pi Port St. Joe, Florida 04
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"
REEVES FURNITURE & a
^ REFINISHING SHOPPE
Call and Talk to Us About Get-
ting Your Furniture Refinished
to Look Like New. We Buy and
Sell Used Furniture.
PAT'S MATS & FRAMES
407 7th Street 'Mexico Beach, Fla.
Custom Matting & Framing of:
'SEE OUR GIFT ITEMS
INCLUDING SHELL PRINTS, NOTE CARDS,
FINE ART SAND DOLLARS &
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS IN WATERCOLORS & PASTELS
'OPEN Wed. thru Sat. 10 a.m. 7 p.m. EST
Sunday -, 1 p.m. 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Memoor Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914
kills bugs for
up to six months"
and saves you about $100 yesaft
In costly pest control services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.-
306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
"Need Your Lawn Mowed?"
Call Tim Wilder
a at 2294583.
Lady would like job; light
housekeeping and caring for
semi-liderly, man or lady.
Reliable high school student
would like to mow yards, or
will do odd jobq. Has: own
guaranteed. Call 227-1522.
Yard Work: Will cut grass,'
trim, edge driveway, etc. Call
Need someone to help with
spring cleaning or regular
domestic employment? Call:
Gloria Bryant Z29-8085; Sarah
Smith 229-6130; Ida Peterson
229-6130, Renell Thomas 229-
6229, Angela Brackin 227-1555,
Janice Morris 229-6206, Debra
Bailey 229-6313, Ola L.
Thomas 229-8949, PearWiii
field 229-8949, Antoniette
Tired of Roof-Water?
We Install Quality
Commercial & Residential
BETTY'S BEAUTY SALON
(Formerly Idle Hour)
Genie Cox, Stylist
Mae Williams, Stylist
Hair Styling for... -
MEN and WOMEN
Shaping Blow Drying
S. Wet Sets
-. ; Tues, Sat, .. .
402 3rd St. Port St. Joe
3 bdrm., 1V2 ba., brick veneer home at 1912 Juniper Ave.
-$39,900.00 with $21,000.00 assumable V.A. mortgage at
S91/2%. By appointment only.
3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry home with carpoft on large lot in
good neighborhood. $33,500.00. : i
2 bdrm., 1 ba. double garage & storage buildings on Ig.
fenced-in lot, 1314 Garrison Ave. $29,500.00.
Facing the bay, 107 Hwy. 98, Highland View. Two bdrm.,
1 ba. with Ig. liv. rm., spacious kitchen w lots of cabinets. .
& appliances. 2 Fla. porches, cen. h&a, 2 lots enclosed
with chain link fence, underground sprinkler system,
also Ig. 2 car garage. .39,000.00 with $20,000.00
assumable mortgage at 9'/%.
Lg. 4 bdrm., 3 ba. brick-home In excellent neighborhood.
Cen. h&a, fireplace & many extra features. By appoint-
2 bdrm., 1' ba. house on corner lot, Oak 'Grove.
50'x146' lot, only 1 lot back from Hwy. 98 at St. Joe
HANNON INSURANCE AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. 227-1133 Port St Joe
Roy Smith, Associate ,John Clenney, Associate
ERA PARKER REALTY, Realtor
for Crafts made by Gulf County Senior Citirens
* AFGHANS CERAMICS
* CROCHETED PIECES & MUCH MORE
FROM OUR BAKE SHOP
FRESH BREAD, CAKES, CINNAMON ROLLS &
PIES BY ORDER
Magellan St 648-5258 St. Joe Bead
Dixie D Used Cars
24 Hour Car Wash
Mexico Beach Service Center
CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St.' Joe, Florida 32456
Walls, woodwork, and wine
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
Buy or Sell
Call Group Sales Leader at
Air Conditioning Heating
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.,
Electric Plumbing -
All Brands '
106 Bellamy Circle
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS,
Sears Catalog Sales
Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue
THE STAR, Port St. Joe,
FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers.
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964:
Jeri Rich Asheraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th, F;S
Carpet Upholstery -:
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates -
Phone 2294482 or 229-6447
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.;
Machine Work Welding.
506 First Street
Machinist on Duty All Day
220 Reid Ave.
HOURS: Monday Sat.
8 a.m. 5 p.m.
(Open during noon hour)
Open after 5 p.m. by appt.
Wanneta Brewer Pat Hohman
(Used to be at 116 Monument)
St. Joseph Bay :
" Resid otal
W. S.1lBiffQua ..
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PAEEGTTESTR otS.Jofa HRDAJN ,18
Rifle Cub to Offer,
Rifle Training Saturday
The Gulf Rifle Club will hold
a .22 Rifle Metallic Silhouette
Match on Saturday,- Junq 11,
starting at 9:30 a.m. Trophies
will be awarded to the winner
of the match.
Another .22 pistol metallic
silhouette match will be held
on June 25. All members and
There will be a general
clean-up at Roberts Cemetery.
on Saturday, June 11, begin-
ning at 7:00 a.m. Bring lawn
mowers, rakes, shovels, etc.
Anyone who has relatives
buried there is asked to please
come and help clean up.
guests are invited to attend
these matches. Anyone inte-
rested in .22 Rifle and-or pistol
shooting will enjoy these
matches. Call John Fadio at
229-8421 or Joel Strait at
229-6983 for information re-
garding the matches.
Port St. Joe High School
varsity football players will
begin their summer weight
program Monday in the
weight room at the school. -
Sessions will be held Mon-
day, Tuesday and Thursday
mornings from 7 to 9 a.m. All
varsity football players are
expected to participate.
For Sale by Owner 1110 Palm Blvd.
Port St. Joe
Call 904/968-5464, Pensacola Ice 9.30
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African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams. Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .
.. 1 00AM
S 6"00 P.M
"God Our Father. Christ Cur Redeemer, I
Man Our Brother"
Sixteenth Streel and Forrest Park Avenue
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .. 10:00 A M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS 11.00A.M
Study in the Gospels. Wednesday 7 00,7'45
Welcome to Everyone A
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Pentecostal Holiness Church
2001 GARRISON AVE PORT ST JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..... 9-45 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7 00 P M
WEDNESDAY NIGHT 7 00 PM
1983 Minor League Champions, Fla. Bank Vince Everitt, Bud Miles, Tracy Stansel,
Minor League with a 16-0 record, sponsored by Florida Coach,, Bruce D.,Evensen.'Bottom Row, left
National Bank. Top Row, left to right: Coach, to right: Dontae Quinn, Jeff Roberts, Steve
zhamnns Johnny Lee; Batgirl, Patricia Lee; Tyrone Odom, Jason McKiethen, Jason Lee, Score-
Hamilton, Dale Evensen, Tony Thomas, keeper, Amy Ford.
Dixie Youth All-Star Games
Regular season play finish- June 10th. The Minor League Troy Saunders, Tyier Ford,
ed Friday afternoon in the All Star game will be played at Jason White, Randy Ramsey
l Minor and Major leagues of" 6:00 p.m., followed by trophy and B. J. Rice, representing
the Dixie Youth baseball pro- presentations at the conclu- Telco; and Davey Groos, Cor-
I -I gram, with the Boxer/Pate's sion of the game. ey Daniels, Kevin Peiffer and
Grf l llUls U taking the first place spot in The following youth will be Ryan Clark, representing
The United States Achieve-
ment Academy has announced
that Randy Larken has been
named a 1983 United States
National Award winner in
mathematics. This award is a
prestigious honor very few
students can ever hope to
attain. In fact, the Academy
recognizes less than ten per-
cent of all American high
Randy, who attends Rose-
pine High School; was nomi-
nated for this National Award
by Mrs. Geraldine Labato, a
mathematics teacher' at the
school. A biography will ap-
pear in the United States
Achievement Academy Offi-
cial Yearbook, published na-
The Academy selects USAA
winners upon the exclusive
recommendation of teachers,
coaches, counselors, or other
School sponsors and upon the
Standards of Selection set
;forth by the Academy. The
criteria for selection are'.i
student's academic "perform-
ance, interest and aptitude,
leadership qualities, responsi-
bility, enthusiasm, motivation
to learn and improve, citizen-
ship, attitude and cooperative
spirit, dependability, and re-
commendation from a teacher
or director. '
Randy is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Larken of De-
Ridder, La. His grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Stripling of Port St. Joe, and
Mrs. Verlon Larken of Natchi-
toches, La. and the late Curtis
Larken. He is the great
grandson of Mrs. Nina Lewis
of Vernon, and the late Rev.
Randy will be a Freshman
at Rosepine High School,
DeRidder, La., in the fall.
For most people, saving energy at Low-cost ways to save energy
home is an important topic. So why will be discussed, along with the
not make it a group topic? Schedule investment benefits of solar water
one of Florida Power's energy r heating, heat pumps and heat
advisors for your next church, recovery units.
community, employee or For more details, call your
Professional meeting. ( local Florida Power office.
hthe Major Leagues with a 15 1 comptin-inthe
coptn h Al ltAr Maeil Transfer..,
record. Florida Bank, with a
16-0 record, captured the title
'in the Minor Leagues.
First .place, Florida Bank;
second, Rich's IGA; third,
Rotary; fourth, Telco; fifth,
Material Transfer; sixth,
Saveway and seventh, Basic.
First place, Boxer/Pate's;
second, Ford-Western; third,
Doziers; fourth, Krafties;
fifth, I.C.W.U. and sixth, Hard
ALL STAR GAMES
Individual players 'were
selected by each of the teams
to represent their respective
teams in the "All Star" games
to be played Friday evening,
Minor League game:
Anthony Perez, Di
Chitty, Darrel Linton,
Cox, Rachel McCi
Mathew Richter and
IGA; Kyle "Griffin,
Ramsey, Christy S
Travis Ray and Ce
Rotary; Charley Taylo
Jamie Koosher, repres
Saveway and Adam C
and Kendall Pic
representing Basic. The
play All Stars from three
teams. They are:
Dale Evensen, T3
Hamilton, Tracy Sti
Tony Thomas, Bud
Steve Odom and Jeff Ro
representing Florida ]
Girl Scouts Recruiting
Day Campers for Session
Attention Wetappo Girl $10.00 for Girl Scouts and"
Scouts and area girls! Do you $15.00 for non-Scouts. This fee
enjoy singing, working, with includes a day camp patch,
computers, -folk dancing, beverage for lunch, one cook-
learning new camp skills, arid out, and insurance coverage.,
making new friends? "Being a Please send your registration
Girl Scout is Wise" is the and health, forms and fee "by
theme of this year's summer June 16 to: Day Camp Regis-
day camp and you can be wise trar, Girl Scout Council of
by joining the group. Mark Apalachee Bend, 250 Pine-
you calendar for July 18-22 wood Drive, Tallahassee, Flo-
and meet from 9 a.m. to 1p.m. rida, 32456. Parents mnay
at the Presbyterian Church pre-register their daughter by
grounds. phoning Mrs. Reva Lane,
Cost of, day camp will be 229-6969.
Day campers will need ,to
W lo wear comfortable play clothes
S lie TO (no halter tops) and closed in
a Q shoes (with socks) are re-"
Register Boas quired. You will need to bring
All Florida boat owners who a sack lunch, sit-upon, large
intend to operate their plea- towel for rest time, Girl Scout
sure craft or commercial handbook and badgebook, in-
vessels during the upcoming sect repellent, and you may
period of July 1, 1983 through need rain gear.
r register or re-reegister their ed number of pplicatios will
boats at their count' tax be'accepted. If you are ages
collector's office prior to July- six (and have completed the
15 of thisyear. ,. first grade) through 12 "Be
Michael V. Peyton, chief of Wise" and hurry and make
the Department of Natural your reservation!
Resources Bureau of Vessel ",
Titling and Registration, said .DAR To Maik
that most counties will be
mailing renewal applications- la Day
to both pleasure craft and
commercial boat owners with- The Flag of the United
in their respective cou.ties. States. of America is cele-
Boat owners who d not rating its two hundred and
receive a renewal notice by sixth birthday on Tuesday,
mail may re-register their June 14.. ,
'vessels by taking their current :'St. Joseph "Bay Chapter
4 certificate of registration and Daughter of 'the American
the appropriate registration Revolution urges the proper
fee to their county tax collec- display of the Flag on this dy,
tor's office. ad every day. .
OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Madison SL'* Oak Grove Phone.229-8516
P*stor, David Fernandez
FRIENDLY Our people are warm and outgoing.
SPIRITUAL The glfts of the Spirit operate freely,in the f
services, and a deep sense of God's
presence can be felt In every service.
EVANGELISTIC We believe the main purpose of the
church Is soul-winning.
EDUCATIONAL Christian education holds a high
priority In our church program. Spirit-
filled! teachers attempt to instill a
knoAH edge of God's word Into every heart.
SUNDAY SCHOOL,4..................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 11:00A.M.
SUNDAY EVENINGSERVICE .............6:15 P.M.
WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY .............. 7:15 P.M.
The Major League All Stars
will play their game following
the conclusion of the trophy
presentation of the Minor
League. The Major League All
Lee Keith, Chris Horton,
Chris Bowen, Eric Langston
.and Randall Weston, of Ford.
Western; Steve Howell, Jamie
Vathis, Chuck Clark, Tommy.
Harper, and Ted Davis of
Doziers; and Stacy Gathers,
Johnny Ray, -Randy.,
Chauncey, Dan Moore and Al
Marvin Hamilton, Jimmy
Johnson, Blane Adams, Billy
Miller and Desmond Peters of
Boxer/Pate's; Ty Young,
James Pate, Collins Hamilton,
Brian Peiffer and John Moore
of Krafties; and Kevin
Bradley, Russell Funderburk,
Russell Cherry, Jim Anderson
and Mark McWaters of Hard
Individual awards and team,
troplhies will be awarded in the
Major Leagues at the end of
their All Star game,
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
22nd Street Mexico Beach
CHARLES M. PARKER, Minister
CHOIR REHEARSAL(Wednesday) .;. 6:00 P.M., C.S.T.
Galvanized Driveway Culvert
18" Diameter and 138 50
20 Feet inLength 1: ,38
PIC'S FOOD STORE
Simmon's Bayou '
i, hi/aed' feiA t
Constitution and Monument Ave.
1| "Port St. Joe, Florida '
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ....................
MORNING WORSHIP ...................
EVENING WORSHIP ...................
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ..........
CHOIR REHEARSAL(Wednesday) .........
Economical, smooth riding.
All prices plus $1.42 1to 2.80 F.E.T.
No trode-in needed.
9:45 A. M:
3495 e Wlewal
P165/80 13 48.95
$3 4 9sP175/80113 51.95
P155/80R12 Blackwall Plus P185/80113 53.95
Si 41 FE.T No trade-in needed. P185/75314 57.95
S Firestn' P.195/75114 59.95
Firestone P205/75314 63.95
T AX P215/75114 65.95
TRAX 12 P225/751467.95
A strong tire with strong P165/80415 9.95
price appeal. Steel- P205/7515 64.95
belted Trox. 12 features P215/75415 66.95
a long-wearing, all-sea- P225/7511" 69.95
son tread that gives P235/75315 71.95
effective year 'round ^All prices plus 1.51 to
traction. A remarkable.. $2.90 F.E.T No trade-in
redial value! needed.
.... Size WhitewallPrice
All prices plus $1.64 to $2.96 F.E.T.
No trade-in needed.
SSAVE on light truck tires for
Pickups, Vans & RV'sl
Size Ply SALE
ALL TERRAIN 26/8.5014LT 4 $65.95
white letter tires W 10,1' 10-15LT 6 $6.9s
i Sove now then conquer the 4ply 31/11.50-15LT 4 94.9S
bokroad A ens ne eeBo rain 31/11.50-15LT 4 94.95
bockroods! Aggressive Boo i
tread pulls you through gravel, Plus $4.30 F.E.T. and 33/12.50-.15LT 6 102.95
dirt and sand with ease. Bold exchange tire. All prices plus $2.78 to 5.33
outline white letters. Sale ends June 41 F.E.T. and exchange tire.
PATE'S SERVICE CENTER
216 Monument Avenue
CHURCH OF GOD
'Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..... 10:00A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M.
Pastor Ira J. Nichols
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, fia. THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1993
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1983
When and How Your
Garden Needs It!
BY ROY LEE CARTER'
County Extension Director
One of the most important
factors in successful garden
ing is knowing when and how
Most maintenance techni
ques such as fertilizing,, pes
control and pruning hav
easy-to-learn rules to follow
But watering has no specific
rules to follow, because whei
to water and how much t
water depends on the kinds 0
plants, type of soil, time o
year, and the weather condi
tions. So, if you thing your
particular watering problems
are different than your neigh
bors, you're probably right
My information for this article
was provided by Extension
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR
*. TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN-AND.FOF
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA; '
CASE NO. 82-24(
BIG BEND PRODUCTION CREDIT
WALTER M KITCHENS and Wife
MILDRED B. KITCHENS; RANDY D HALL
and Wife. ELIZABETH B HALL,
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 45
Notice Is given pursuant to Final Judg
ment dated May 23, 1983. in Case No
82-240 of the Circuit Courl.ol the Four
teenlh Judicial Circuit in and tor Gul
County. Florida. In which BIG BEND PRO
DUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION is the
Plaintiff and WALTER M KITCHENS and
MILDRED B KITCHENS, and RANDY D
HALL'and ELIZABETH B HALL are Ins
Defendants. I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash In the lobby at the
main door of the Gulf County Courthouse
in Port St Joe. Gull County. Florida. al
11.00 a.m on June 17?. 1983. Ihe lollowing
described properly setl forth in the Order
ol Final Judgment
'Parceli.No 1- rifty (50) leet in a
square with all. improvements
thereon on the South side of Lot Six.
leen (16). Block "F" of Bay View
Heights. according to the ollicial
S.. map oh file In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court. Gull County,
Parcel eNo. 2. The North Half of Lot
: Sixteen (16). Block "F" ol Bay View
Heights, a subdivision of the South
Half of Lots 11 and 12. Original inm '
Section 26, Township 7 South. Range
S 11 West, according to the oll icial
map on file in the Ollice of the Clerk
Sol the Circuit Couil, Gulf County,
Dated May 23. 1983
S JERRY GATES.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Ist Tonya Knox, Deputy Cierk
DONNA JEAN WIEHAUS of
.: Walker S Wienaus
Post Office Bo 50
Monticello. Florida 32344
A toneysfor Plaintiff '*.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
IN'"' "o Case No 83-21
..': IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate of '
.' IDELLRAY, -
r deceased. .
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Tne administration ol Ine Estate of
la, Iell Ray, deceased, Ille number 83 21 is
pending in mIe Circuit Court lor Gulf
County. Florida, the address of wnich is
Gull County Courthouse, Port St Joe.
Florida The name and address oil he Per
sonal Representalive and of the Personal
Representative's attorney are set forth
'.'below., ;:- .
All Interested persons are required to
file with Inme Court. WITHIN THREE 131
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
S IFRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
). All claims against the Estate and. 121
any obDection Dy an interested person to
S wnom a notice was mailed that
challenges the validity of Ins Will. Ine
quaillicalions of Ihe Personal Represen.
native, venue or Jurisdiction of Ine Court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
.SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the lirsi publication of this
S '.Notice of Aomlnislralion June 2, 1983:'
/s/ DONNA L RAY,
/sl FRED N. WITTEN
Attorney for Personal Representative
408 LongAvenue. '
P.O. Box 447
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
.IN RE: The MarrIage of
ROGER LEE GABLES.Husband.
LL'DIA FRALICK WOODARD GABLES,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Lydia Fralnck Woodard Gables
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has
S been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer or
other response to the Petition on Petition-
ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ.,
.;; "321 ReId Avenue
P. 0. Box 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 '
and file the original thereof In the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office, Gl1f County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or before
the 30th day of June, 1983. If you fall to do
so, a Final Judgment for the relief sought
may be granted by default.
DATED this the 2nd day of June, 1983.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
By: 1sf Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
FICTITIOUS NAME ''
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit court, Gulf
County,. Florida, four weeks after the first
publication of this notice, the fictitious
name or trade name under which they will
be engaged In business and In which said
business Is to be carried on, to-wit:
BLUE BAY RESTAURANT,
412 Reid Avenue.
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
/s/ Michael & Teresa Lowry
Horticulturist Dr. Rob
i Here are a few ideas y3
t uie to improve your wa
Water only when "
need watering. Use a
- device or shovel to dig do
t the soil to see if it is wet o
e If the soil in the zone fee
" and crumbly, additional
S Keep a close watch
S lawn. If it looks as though
f wilting, it needs water.
edges of the grass leaves
r to curl and take on a
" bluish-gray color, water
Lawns shoulI be water
the early morning,
winds and temperature
low. Late morning, mi
Sand afternoon irrigation
ally result in. loss of
From evaporation. Also s
. winds are more likely to
e at these times, result
d poor distribution of water
When watering, give th
a thorough soaking. Freq
light sprinkling wastes '
and does little to satisf
water requirement of a
growing in a hot, dry
Watering in this manner
promotes shallow root
teams which increase sus
ability to damage if water
omitted for a few days.
Wet the soil to a depth
to eight inches. This ty
watering allows the moi
to penetrate the soil w
roots can readily absorb
general rule is to apply
inch of water every two w
in winter and one each we
summer. However, bee
all soils and plants ar
alike, some adjustments
amount of water applied
To determine when a sp
ler has delivered one in
water, place cans or ca
. at intervals in the s
pattern, and water until
water level in the cans
ages one inch.
Water should be ap
Only as fastas the soi
absorb it. Watering w
hose nozzle turned on
force can do more dai
than good. Fast flowing'
runs off quickly, carrying
with it and exposing-
roots tothe sun. More effi
watering can be accompli
with soaker hoses and sp
lers. Soaker hoses do a
job, but they cover as large
area as sprinklers.
Another method of wat
is drip or trickle irriga
Drip irrigation supplies p
with constant moisture
low delivery rate through
use of low pressure pl
tubing installed on or I
the ground surface. Low
sure nozzles (emitters:
tached to plastic tubini
lease water at a slow rate
the soil around a plant
watering only the root
area of the plant, there
dramatic saving in w
weeds are not encourage
grow, and plant growl
accelerated. This incre
growth occurs because
plant is not subject to we
dry cycles which nor
occur with other irrig
The water lance and
ponding method are
CARD OF THANKS
We would likee to t
everyone for their many
of kindness to us during
loss of our loved one.
785-6156 Panama C
M LFEooEALr ItAU taO. nds t
LIFE&HEALD I.AUT)OHOMLR1 n1iREML
0 it is
ways of watering trees and inject water near the root dig sub-surface holes causing
shrubs. A water lance is a system of a plant. The water air pockets which damage
sharp-pointed tube attached to should be injected very slowly roots. Ponding is a common
First Grade Tours Bahk
The first grade class of Mrs. William Smith, first grade teacher at Port St. Joe Elemein-
tary, took a field trip this past week. They are shown above proudly posing for this picture in
the vault at Florida National Bank,'along with their chaperones, Susan Goodson, Mrs. Smith,
Janice Cox and Sam Taylor.
planted trees and shrubs. A
pond is a saucer basin built by
making a ring of soil two to
plant. A slow-running hose or your gardening endeavors
soaker hose can be used to fill more successful and should
the pond. reduce water bills significant-
a water hose which is used to because a strong stream may method of watering newly three inches high around a inThese guidelines can make ly.
s arenJ E OLFASHIONED
blow D L A.R
queAt,AT DAY D
soil. 328 REID AVENUE PORT ST. JOE
oft L-. SALE PRICES GOOD
;cepti- THROUGH JUNE 29ITH
ing is WHILE UANTITIES LAST
of six a
rpe of 0 EI :..ME ~r
isre -LADIES TERRY GM ESLS SUN"RESSES
where six _DE F R en JEN FANCY SUNDRESSES IN ASST. STYLES
it. A UU WSH IR 98% COTTON SOME WITH MATCHING PANTIES.
weone M PR IZ S S-M-L2% LYCRA FOR SIZES 2/3X
eek in COOL- & CARE FREE A PERFECT FT
cause THESE ROMPERS COME SIZES 8-18
e not IN A VARIETY OF. 0i-iI AN.
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prink- -EG. 9. .97 1
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ilthe IRREGULAR -
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plant ASST STYLES & COLORS FOR MEN J
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rink- / 5 FOR
*;, ucu i STAWAT 5F^ OILDETESO SRWTRVT
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...',RE IDEAL FOR
ering CHO AR E 2 7 REG. 27 EACH
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the EAN T= N*
1asti HAUNIACOILED EXTENSION S A TI ES
below, UUU EEI UTWIDE VARIETY
)at- TO CHOOSE.
g r- .A T. LORS .
into & 1- .FT LONG *
zone FUNNELS 2 FO
isa ,TONGS' O0FORO
'ater, o MAGNET HOOKS
ad to i. COASTERS $ 0 E.21.1
i MUCH.MUCHEMORE FOR _.._--_REG_3_97 EACH
mSTyE JUTE RONIAE
,ation, RBL 2MA OA
'p~jftf M- 150 YD.' X 3, PLYL
the ORANGE 'SPOOLS
good WITH SAUCERS GREEN 4.'FOR *40
10 FORWNREG. 17.97
LIMIT 10, 8 IN. &10 IN. ~RG19
/pot" M ANY ASST'0 N 50 Y D. X 5 PL Y
hank o BLEACHED ORANGE YELLOW
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g theR EG.
and 3/R1E I
La D TYME SAVING
TCityf M 1fYI i-i
Visits Florida Bank
The third grade class of Faith Christian School ended their school year with a class trip to
Florida National Bank last Wednesday, where Ida Pearl Garrett, bank employee, acted as the
group's guide and explained the bank's functions. Shown above from left are: Dennis McCloud,
Shannon Cain, Chris Parker, Michael Hammond, Rusty Harper, Jerry Cooper, Tamicia
Brantley and Dana, Swatts. In the background are Mrs. Garrett and Mrs. Richards, the
students'teacher. --Star photo
Introducing Our Best l'
lowa USDA Choice Polk
Iowa USDA Choice Delml
Iowa USDA Choice Bone
STEERS DON'T GROW.1
I SIRL IN "
Fill Your Freezer
USDA Good $ 4
Chuck Steak. 1
All Meat Stew..179
USDA Good $+. 1
Rump Roast.. 169
Dur Best Skinped, Deveined
Loin Ribs ..
Family Pak Choice
Chicken Breast Ib.99
Whole or Half
Best Dry Cured
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RIGHTS RESERVED ,
CIG. & TOB. PRODUCTS
EXCLUDED IN LIMIT DEALS
Prices Good June 8-14, 1983
USDA Choice & Better Beef
i.o Steak ... 4.49
ssirloins ... Lb.C 3O39
ERI AND THAT'S NO BULL!!!
:T-Bones & Porterhouse
$ 1* '"
Boneless Fully Cooked
Lb. $ 29
Family Pak Choice AC
D rumsticks & Thighs Ib. 9
Lykes 12 Oz. -9
All Meat Franks 99
S. Lykes All Meat
Bologna .... b.
Gwaltney 12 oz.
32 Oz. No irand
. .a .730
32 Oz. No Brand
Strawberry Preserves 1.27
32 Oz. No Brand
APPLE JUICE >.... -1.23
32 Oz. No Brand
THIN SPAGHETTI ..... 79
8 Oz. No Brand
DRY ROASTED PEANUTS 99
BRAND" PRODUCTS S.VE YOU~ EY .,
13% Oz. No Brand Lb. Box No Brand
FUDGE FROSTING MIX 75I SALTINE CRACKERS... 69
9 Oz. No Brand Ox 50 Oz. Automatic No Brand 53
CHEESE CRACKERS ... I71 Dishwasher Detergent 1
4%Ox. No Brand 15 OL No Brand
INSTANT PUDDINGS ... 27 CAT & DOG FOOD ......21
12 Oz. No Brand
Chicken Luncheon Meat
18 Oz. No Brand
32 Oz. No Brand
CHARCOAL STARTER '1.UO
12 O. No Brand ""7 c
OATMEAL COOKIES ... 75
Favorite 12 oz.
Sliced Bacon .. b. 9"
Beef Patties 81"
IDAHO BAKING POTATOES .3 Lbs.990
erS U.S. NO.1 POTATOES 10ib.bag1.19
S', FRESH MUSHROOMS .... PKG.$1.19
1iv 1 Lb. CELLO CARROTS .. 4 Bags88c
FRESH TOMATOES........ Lb. 69'
-- SWEET RIPE CANTALOUPES79cuP
FRESH SPINACH ....... PKG. 49
Sweet to the Rind
FRESH ASPARAGUS ..... L. $1.29
FRESH BROCCOLI .... Bunch$1.19
Fresh White or Yellow
OPEN TIL 9:00 P.M.
510 Fifth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida
-- I I
IGA, the Nation's Largest
Voluntary Group of Indepen-
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Thrown Its Considerable
Weight behind "SPECIAL
OLYMPICS," the World-Wide
Program that Provides Year-
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Athletic Competition for Men-
tally Handicapped Children
205 Third St. Port St. Joe
Hwy. 71 Wewahitchka
U. S. POSTAGE
Permit No. 3
^ R Wewahltchka, FL
Prices Effective June 8-14, 1983
IA AD E DSCU NT SPECIAL L
EXPIRES JUNE 14, 1983.
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE.
H OBELLMANONT5 SPCAL
I F INETQAIYMATS MOEY ANBY
Tablerite Fresh Center Cut Pork Chops: ........... ...
USDA Choice Tablerite Beef B'less Shoulder Roast.....
USDA Choice Tablerite Beef B'less Chuck Steak.. ;....
USDA Choice Tablerite Beef B'less Shoulder Steak.....
Tablerite Fresh Ground Beef (3 bs. or mor.) ........ ......
Tablerite Lean Boneless Beef Stew........ ..........
USDA Choice Tablerite Beef B'less Top Sirloin Steaks .-
Premium Grade Split Fryer Breasts ....... -.... .....
Premium Grade Fryer Wings-- .-... ....... ...
Gwaltney's Smoked Turkey Ham ......... ...........
IGA Tablerite Thick or Thin Sliced Bacon......... ....
Gwaltney's Olde Towne Pork Saus-ge HotorMild ... ...
Sunnyland's Meat Thick or Beef Bologna .... ....
Sunnyland's Meat or Beef Wieners ...................
Lykes Delicious Red Hots-....... .... ... .... .....
Lykes Salami or Spiced Luncheon Loaf Power Pak..........
Rudy's Farm Pork Sausage Patties FamilyP .. ....
II ZN O DI
I Tablerite Cubed Chuck Steak ... $. 12.29
Center Cut Thin Breakfast Chops Lb.$2.59
8 Country Style Loin Ribs ... u. 1.49
8 Family Pak Fryer Legs. ..o...... 89
8 Family Pak Fryer Thighs.......... .79-
ft : '*a
EXPIRES JUNE 14, 1983.
EXPIRES JUNE 14, 1933.
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE
EXPIRES JUNE 14- 1983.
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE
EXIHESUM ali.gn +
PIES ..... .....
Whip Topping ..
Corn on Cob ...
HANDY PAK CRINKLE CUT
Dinners .... .
KRAFT SLICED AMERICAN
Cream Cheese ....
KRAFT CRACKER BARREL
Sharp Sticks ........
KRAFT CRACKER BARREL
Ex-Sharp Sticks ....
KRAFT H.M. LONGHORN
Mont. Jack, w/.pp....
Swiss Slices .....
Mozz. Slices ......
&Onion Dip -. .....
12 oz. 1
,o.zn 'i I
1ez. b i
.8o.,, 21 Lite,
42 o zT9
EXPIRES JUNE 14, 1983.
WITH 1 FILLED DOUBLE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE
HEATH& EAUY ID
Summer Blonde .....
I -:""' i
Pecan Spins .......2 .s P
MA .A $139
Wheat Bread ......2 0o. 1
IA HAMBUGER NOT OG $139
Buns .." ... .. .. I Pk.
w .v?' *J
Yellow or White Sweet Corn
Ruskin Vine-Ripened Tomat
Kraft Orange Juice .....
Spam Luncheon Meat..
Uncle Ben's Rice .......
Blackburn Apple Jelly .
Blackburn Grape Jelly .
Pork & Beans.mbo .... 3
Sunshine Wheat Wafers
IGA Tomatoes ,Pa. ... 2
Delmonte Fruit Cocktail
IGA Pineapple Juice ...
Fanning Pickles .......
Mazola No Stick.......
I .. ..... 6Ears 98
o.es .intry" 1.29
1 Lb. 89*
i oz. 69"
15 oz. I0
11 oz. 89"
17 oz. 69*
4 oz $119
Niagara Spray Starch..
Popice Freeze Bars....
Nescafe Instant Coffee
Pink Beauty Salmon ...
Rags Dog Food .......5
Havoline 10W-40 Oil....
Ziploc Freezer Bags
Ziploc Freezer Bags u.
Lysol Spray Scent II ...
Shell.No Pest Strip ....
Skippy Peanut Butter ..
12 oz. 59*
10 oz. $49
7'/ o... 99*
30 ct. 2
i oz. $25
SQUASH Lb. 39
Cello Carrots ............... 2bap49
Fresh Green Broccoli ............ Bunch99
Green Peppers ............. is* .00
Slicing Cucumbers .......... aretryl1.00
Fresh Peas and Butterbeans
Honey Dew Melons ... ...1.49
ICE COLD RED RIPE
DNTO ROKTES AS