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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1981
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-FOURTH YEAR, NUMBER 26


THE


STAR


Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches in Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1981


FLOPIDA


20' Per Copy


Boards Questioned Over Budgets


Citizens Roast Public Officials


Over

It was roasting time early
this week for the Gulf County
School Board and the Gulf
County Commission, as the
first of the Trii bill budget
hearings were conducted Mon-
day and Tuesday afternoon.
The School Board was first
up Monday afternoon, but had
a comparatively easy time of
it, with only four people
present for their -hearing,
wanting to know why the tax
bill for the new year was to be
about the same or considerab-
ly higher than last year, with
the new $25,000 homestead
exemption law in force.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Chafin
asked why their tax bill was
not'reduced with the added ex-
emptions and Mr. and Mrs.


Things didn't ease up one bit
for the County Commission
when they adjourned their
Trim bill hearing Tuesday
night at 7:00 and went into
their regular session. They
were still on the, hot seat and
had an extremely hot potato
tossed their way.
At the last meeting of the
Board, they had agreed to
inspect any building permit
which was requested for build-
ing on waterfront property in
the county. This past week,
the permit was requested by
attorney Cecil G. Costin, for
his client, Theodore Meadows
of Albany, Georgia.
Meadows wants to build on
property in Yon's Addition at
St. Joe Beach, property which
Owners of upland property in
the subdivision claim has been
set aside for their private use.
The problem the board
faced was that the permit had
been requested and every-
thing was in order, all permits
had been secured to allow
building on the sensitive
waterfront property and a
special variance had been
obtained from the State Cabi-
net, giving Meadows permis-
sion to build, encroaching on
the waterfront established line
by 25 feet.
Even though everything was
in order, there was still about
70 to 80 people sitting out in the
audience saying, "don't do it".
And, they didn't.
Henry Cassini reminded the
County of a resolution they
had adopted a. year ago
requesting the state to pur-
chase the property and main-
tain the beaches open for the
public as they are now.
Commissioner Birmingham
reminded Cassani the resolu-
ion had been passed at the
-request of a group of citizens.
"We did what we were asked
to do", Birmingham said.
In .Costin's letter to the
Board concerning Meadow's


Bulging 0
Ches Grimes were concerned
that their property at Indian
Pass had seen its tax bill
increased "by 300 percent",
according to the Trim bill
notices which had been sent
out.
Superintendent Walter Wil-
der explained the schools had
increased taxes by only four-
tenths of a mill for one year,
with a pledge to reduce taxes
by at least one full mill in July
of this year.
The one-shot levy of extra
millage was to provide local
funds to add to state money to
build a new elementary school
in Wewahitchka.
Wilder explained that.
Crimes' property taxes had
soared because it wasn't


request for a building permit,
he stated that Meadows was
interested in negotiating for
sale of his property to the
state, but that he would not be
pushed into anything. The
letter said he would not
negotiate for the sale of the
property until the building
permit had been granted.


" homestead exempt and the
new law penalized this type
property so far as ad valorem
taxes were concerned. "We
still must 'have the same
amount of dollars to operate
with. Your problem is that
there are fewer tax payers to
divide the burden between
with the new taxing laws
mandated by< Tallahassee."
COUNTY COMMISSION
The County Commission
didn't have it so easy, nor was
there compassionate under-
standing for their position.
after the two hour session was
over.
People by the droves met
with the Commission Tuesday
afternoon at 5:00 p.m. They


What could have evolved
into another two hour session
was cut short by Birmingham
who made a motion to place a
moratorium on coastal build-
ing permits in Yon's Addition
for 30 days until the county
could make a thorough study
of land use studies in the
(Continued On Page 2)


Fish Killed

Dead fish are turning belly up in the drainage canal near
the Courthouse. The cause of the fish kill has not been deter-
mined at this time, and all fishermen are warned not to eat
any of the fish taken from the canal until why the fish are dy-
ing can be ascertained. Star photo


came in such droves that the
meeting had to be moved to
the courtroom in order to
accommodate the crowd.
Then the fireworks began.
The County has increased
its budget by some 23 percent
more dollars than last year's
budget. One portion of the
state law requiring full valua-
tion'of taxable property calls
for a roll-back in millage of an
equal percentage to the pro-
perty value increase. Using
this formula, and considering
how much the County should
roll its millage back, the
increase,-amounts to a 49
percent in' millage.
The county is faced with
about the same problem as the
School Board. An increase to
$15,000 in homestead exemp-
tion in their tax levies, re-
moves much of the tax burden
from the majority of home
owners and re-distributes the
same burden among property
owners who are not exempt or
whose property is valued
above the $15,000 exemption
mark.
The county's meeting was
dominated by Stiles Brown of
Port St. Joe and George
Whiting of, Overstreet, who
questioned the Board and
individual county officers.
County officers Tax Collec-
tor Eda Ruth Taylor, Proper-
ty Appraiser Joyce Williams
and Sheriff Ken Murphy were
the officers questioned by:
various citizens pre*rnt.
There' were questions ot'.
others to answer, but' there
wasn't enough time to get all
the questions in. The session
was to last for only one hour,
but stretched on for two hours,
and had to be called by the
regular session of the Board
which was to begin at 7:00
p.m.
All the officers answered
their expenses were climbing
due to the increased cost of
everything they use and peo-
ple who work for the county.
Many of the expenses had
increased more than the infla-
tion rate.
The County Commission had
as their defense for a higher
budget, many programs
which have been mandated by
the State of Florida by the
action of the Legislature,
which the County is being
forced into adopting.
The prime causes of in-
creased costs, according to
the Board's answers were the
Trim bill and its expense, a
mandated audit at county
expense, medicare and medi-
cade, which the County is
being forced to fund by the
Legislature.
The County's Commission-
ers and constitutional officers
didn't seem to care for the
huge increases this year any
more than the ones in the
audience who are forced into
the position of having to pay
for them, but this didn't help
the feelings of the audience
one little bit.
The full courtroom of dis-
gruntled tax payers were just
as disgruntled when they left
as they were when they
entered the meeting.

Sharks

Hosting

Tourney
Port St. Joe's Sharks will
host the District basketball
tournament Friday and Sat-
urday nights. The tournament
is the first step in the state
championship play-offs.
Drawing a bye in the first
round, the Sharks will not play
until Saturday night, when
they will meet the victor of the
Blountstown, Apalachicola
game in the first round on
Friday night.
Games on both nights will
begin at 8:00 p.m.
If the Sharks win this first
step, they will host the Region-
al play-offs next Tuesday
night.


Earl Davis was killed in this two-vehicle accident Hwy. 98. Mr. Davis' pickup collided with a City of Port St. -
Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Fifth St. and Joe fire truck. Star photo




-Two Die

In Pair Of Accidents In Past Week


Two tragic highway accidents The Rhames youth was Gulf
took the lives of a 19 month old child County's first traffic fatality of the
and a 69 year old man on Highway 98, year.,
in and around Port St. Joe during the 'Tuesday afternoon, Earl Davis,
past week. 69, of 305 Iola Street, becameyort St.
" "itle" John ryan Rhames, if" Joe's first traffic death inThireeyears,
month old child of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus when he was killed in an accident at
Rhames of.Highland View, was killed the intersection of Highway 98 and.
last Wednesday afternoon, when he Fifth Street.
was struck by a car on Highway 98 at Four other people were injured in
Highland View. the accident which involved one of
According to Florida Highway Port St. Joe's fire trucks and a pick-up
Patrol Trooper, Bill Godwin and truck.
Trooper Bowden of Panama City, the Robert Leroy Davis, Jr., age two
Rhames child was playing on' the RaisingFarm,Ga.was
beach with some other children near and a half, of Raising Farm, Ga., was
Fourth Street in Highland View, when transferred to a Panama City hospital
the child dashed out into the road into with arm injuries and Robert Leroy
the path of a car driven by Wanda Davis, Sr., 37, Raising Farm, Ga.,
Creel, age 52, of St. Joe Beach. The Rufus Rhames of Highland View and
child was struck on the left side by the Joseph Badger of Port St. Joe were all
right front fender of the automobile, treatedand held under observation at
The Port St. Joe squad of EMT's' the Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital
gave the child first aid on thescene from injuries, after the accident.
and transferred him to Municipal Hos- The fire truck had been called to
pital, where it was pronounced dead. St. Joseph State Park, where the

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Ambulance Ser-
vice volunteers
Gail Horton, Shei-
la Harper and Ca-
therine Ramsey
work, over little
John Bryan
Rhames after he
was struck by a
car last Wednes-
day afternoon at
Highland View.
Helping the EMT
technicians in
their work is Tom
Mangum.
-Star photo


James Mock home was being' threa-
tened by a forest fire. The truck was
just beginning to make the turn south
at the intersection, when the pick-up
truck, driven by Earl Davis ap-
proached" the intersection Trbi"the
south, and struck the left front quarter
of the fire truck. The Davis vehicle hit
the fire truck head-on.
Davis and his three passengers,
the other Davises and Rhames were
all injured in the accident. Joseph
Badger, a City employee and a
passenger in the fire truck, also
received injuries and was released
from the hospital Tuesday night.
James Graves, driver of the fire truck
and Anthony Graham, another pas-
senger in the fire truck were not
injured. All three men in thefire truck
were volunteer firemen on their way
to the fire,
The accident is still under investi-
gation by the homicide division of the
Florida Highway Patrol.
111M,- 'IV


Man Drowns In Boat Accident


Luvert Harris, 54, of Pana-
ma City, was drowned in Lake
Wimico following a boating
accident late Monday after-
noon. according to Gulf Coun-
ty Sheriff Ken Murphy. Har-
ris' body was located Tuesday
afternoon by divers from the
Sheriff's Department, the De-
partment of Florida Marine
Patrol and the Game and Fish
Commission.
Harris and two companions,
Willie G. Duncan, 43 and


Clinton Anderson, 45, were
across the lake fishing Mon-
day, when the lake became
rough and swamped their 14
foot boat as they were at-
tempting to cross it on their
way home.
Sheriff Murphy said the men
were crossing the lake at
about 5:00 p.m., when they
were swamped in the Indian
Bayou area. The three men
hung onto the boat in the rough
water for a time. After about


30 minutes, Harris went down,
in spite of the efforts of his
companions to hold him up
above the water.
The other two men hung
onto the boat until 7:00 p.m.,
when George Thomas, of Port
St. Joe, came by and picked up
the two men, bringing them to
Kirkland's Landing, where the
two boats had put in.
The Sheriff's Department,
Marine Patrol and other en-


forcement officers were im-:
mediately called into action
and a search, was started for=
Harris.
Early Tuesday morning,.
more men joined the search'
effort and the diving and
dragging operations started.:
Harris' body was located at:
3:15 p.m., Tuesday by an
officer of the Game and Fish:
Commission by dragging,'-
near where he went down
from the ill-fated boat.


County Budgets


17 1.A "Y


A group -of concerned ladles has been permit to install a septic tank, prior to begin-
keeping a 24-hour vigil at' a beach lot on St. ning construction of a dwelling on the lot.
Joe Beach, whose owner has been granted a Shown above is Sally Malone at the site.



Pass Moratorium



On Beach Permits


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SEditorials and Opinions


THE STAR


PAGE TWO


Thursday, Feb. 26, 1981


American People Ready For for Some Savings


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vetoes of financial bills and he should be able
to carry his plans through to once again make
this nation fiscally responsible and strong
militarily.
The resurgence of the American dollar on
the foreign market gives us an indication that
other nations think this, too.
A lot of jobs will come to an end. Many are
make work and many are bureaucrats whose
main purpose in life seemed to be in
perpetuating their positions. Many controls


will fall by the wayside if the President has his
way and this nation can get back to producing
a good life and good jobs for its people rather
than spending most of its energies fighting off
the federal government at every hand.
We think the President left enough
controls and aid for those who need it in effect
to efficiently care for our people.
Congressman Tip O'Neill said, "Does it
contain inequities? You bet it does ... In no
way are we going to obstruct it. We


understand the will of the American people."
Congressman O'Neill, a liberal, read that
November vote.
Senator Howard Baker, the Senate
majority leader said, "People believe Con-
gress is the culprit when they look for causes
for the country's economic situation.
Senator Baker is perfectly correct. We
might add that the people are looking to
Congress now to correct what they have
wrought.


Let's Use The Surplus Before Raising Taxes


President Ronald Reagan no doubt made
:some enemies last Wednesday night with the
revelation of his new tax cut program, coupled
^wvith a cut-back in government largesse.
On the other hand, if the Presidential vote
last November was in any indication, Reagan
made some new friends and solidified his
position with many more. Since Reagan did
last Wednesday night exactly what he said he
:would do while he was campaigning, those
who voted for him were pleased.
We believe President Reagan was right on
target when he said the United States must
take steps now to get its financial house in
order. We cannot continue, forever, to spend
more than we have to spend. We cannot
borrow ourselves out of debt. Anybody who
has tried it knows this simple rule of
economics,
The President will face a tough fight with
the Congress to get his program approved.
There is no doubt about that and we think he
knows it. We think he will also get some
support from areas where he was least
expecting it, also. Even Congress can read
vote results. As a matter of fact, that seems to
be the thing they read best.
All the President has to do is use his clout
in the Senate along with a few well-placed


tax on gasoline.
What we can't understand is how the
Governor can propose raising taxes in a state
which is carrying a huge surplus while the
federal government, which is all but broke, is
taking steps to reduce tax. Ironic, isn't it?
In the face of an already depressed
housing market because of high interest rates,
the Governor seems bent on handing that
industry another set-back by increasing the
price of documentary stamp prices from 40
cents to 45 cents per $100. He would also
increase real-estate closing costs, making it


even harder for young people trying to start a
home to get in the house business. Both of
these charges must be paid before a
prospective home owner can obtain possession.
There is no delayed payment in these
particular items.
So it seems the Governor, in his attempt to
raise tax income is picking on the two items
which are already adding most of the crunch
to the pocketbook of the average Floridian.
We agree Floridians should pay their own
way and balance the budget, but let's use that
surplus before we go looking for new money.


er Eldridge Money who seem-
ed concerned that the Board
might be preventing a person
from using his private proper-
ty. Money ended up voting in
favor of Birmingham's mo-
tion.
At the urging of George
Tapper, the Board changed its
decision some, substiting the
word "building" for "building
permit" in the motion so no
construction could proceed on
the property for at least 30
days until the county could
make its investigation of their
plan.


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Mrs. W. S. Quarles, Jr., at left, is shown Carrillo and Annette Minger.
with DAR Essay winners, Lee Parker, Kathy -S



SPresented DAR Medals

Mi rs. W.S. Quarles, Jr., through eight. This year's Annette Minger
-Aiferican History chairman, winners are: Annette Minger, daughter of Mr. a
presented silver D.A.R. eighth grade, Port St. Joe Robert Minger.
nydals to the winners of the High School, Kathy Carrilo. Kathy Carrilo is th
te of the American Revo- fifth grade, Faith Christian ter of Mrs. Jacquelyr
Iutfion sponsor each year for School. Lee Parker, sixth Lee Parker is the s
students in grades five grade, Faith Christian School. and Mrs. Bruce Par




--Methodist Evangelist Ji

:^ 'IF I HAD RECEIVED one invita- doing wrong and defined the word "sin"
: ,tion, I received at least a dozen from to them. It must have been a. revelation
=thse folks at the Methodist Church last to many of those Methodists, but, of
wek to attend the revival they were course, us Baptists knew it all the time.
shaving. Jahnie McCurdy's crew were Dr. Jimmy Lentz, the revival
Souf after them and were apparently
-doing a good job of it while their visiting
preacher was here.
I told all of them I would come.
4yFriday night, I made goode.,n my
E-promise. It was the last night of the
:=special services, but I just couldn't get
theree any sooner. I had something
i:_going every night last week except
"=Friday.
=. Without exception, all of those who
IEinvited me, knowing I was a staunch
:Baptist gave me that line, "You ought
:=to hear our revival preacher. He is preacher, got up to the pulpit and told
.:great. He sounds just like a Baptist those Methodists what they had to do
Preacherr" about their lives. I guess you could call
E l How good can a recommendation him a Methodist prophet, since he was
;'E.e? telling the Methodists what sin was and
I must admit, they were right. At what they should do about- it. Us
.least they were right on the night which Baptists know what sin is, but like the
:_I attended. Methodists, we don't do as much about
The preacher told those Methodists it as we should.
off. He told them just what they were Dr. Lentz stepped on toes, preached



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a little hell fire and brimstone, called
for repentance and preached overtime.
The Methodists who invited me
were right. Just like a Baptist!


OUR PREACHER, Ted Corley, is a
true Baptist, too and preaches like a
Baptist every Sunday if any of those
Methodists get to liking that Baptist
style preaching. He tells us what sin is
and what we should do about it and he
preaches overtime. I guess Baptist
preachers think that makes it better.
Brother Ted gets all wound up some
Sunday and gives us both barrels at


on the bids until the budget is
adopted and it is seen how
much money is available for
the project.
The Commission agreed to
fund the office of the Property
Appraiser in the amount of
$72,900 and provide additional
funds if needed up to $78,974.
The Commission was stuck on
the lesser amount until Pro-
perty Appraiser Joyce Wil-
liams objected vehemently.
Mrs. Williams said, "I have to
prepare two rolls this year and
I think I'll need the full $78,974
to do it."


Mrs. Williams had threa-
OTHER BUSINESS tened to go before the state
Don Johnson didn't help cabinet with her budget re-
the tone of .the meeting, when quest earlier until a compro-
he made a proposal to the rise had been reached. With
Commission from the Apala- the delay in the rolls and the
chee Planning Council, work facing her, Mrs. Wil-
Johnson asked the Boaid for j'ams then insisted;on receiv-
authority to conduct a man- .'ing the larger amount. When
dated "Transportation to the the Board seemed reluctant to
Disadvantaged Plan", which do so, Mrs. Williams said,
he said the State requires of "Gentlemen, I'm going to put
the county. it to you like this; either pay
The program would provide me the $78,000 or I'll see you in
a detailed plan for transporta- Tallahassee before the Cabi-
h_ ."__-* net."


t on by any public service
offering free transportation to
its clients in the county and set
''- out procedures for the oper-
* tion of the transportation. The
plan had a state grant of $8,000
for its preparation.
photo Commissioner Birmingham
noted, "We only have two
mini-vans providing this ser-
vice for the senior citizens
program and I think we can
manage that ourselves and
s the -keep the $8,000."
Mrs. The Commission received
two bids on a new ambulance
augh- chassis to replace the one
irrillo. which is inoperable in Wewa-
of Mr hitchka.
r. The Board decided not to act


The Board then made their
agreed upon motion to fund
what was needed.
Mrs. Williams said, "I'll do
my best to stay within the
$72,000 but I do need the
assurance I will have the
money it will take to do the
job."
After the dust cleared, Com-
missioner Gortman observed,
"Joyce, Honey, you were
bluffing us weren't you."
Mrs. Williams, replied,
"Darlin', just try me."
She was smiling when she
said it.


one service. Then at the night service,
he seems to be sort of give out and
rarely goes overtime when he has
strayed from his time limit in the
morning. I have him down pat. When he






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gets to stepping on my toes, I just
wrack my brain and try to think who he
is talking about until I remember
somebody his sermon fits, then it gets
more comfortable for me. And I have
been known to doze on occasion, too.
Like our former pastor, J. C.
Odum, Brother Ted is just tall enough
for his head to stick over the pulpit, so I
can't tell if he is squirming like the


Foundation Scholarship


Candidate Speaks to Club


David Core, of Tallahassee,
spoke to the Rotary Club last
Thursday, seeking the local
club's support in securing a
Rotary Fellowship scholar-
ship to study in Germany for a
year.
A student of William and
Mary University in Virginia,


Core is the nephew of George
Y. Core of Port St. Joe. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Core of Tallahassee.
Core said he would like to
study in Germany to prepare
himself for a position in the
state department diplomatic
corps. He traveled in Ger-


Beach Baptist Chapel

Starts Revival Sunday


The Begch Baptist Chajl at
St. Joe Bedch will be holding a
revival March 1-6. Evangelist,
Leroy Hassler from Hurst,
Texas will be bringing the
message Sunday through Fri-
day. He has led revivals,
retreats, and Christian Life
Conferences in nine states.
Dudley and T.D. Hall, reco-
mmend Brother Hassler to
lead our community in this
revival effort.
Lest Manles of Panama City
will be directing the music.
Services throughout the week

Kent Smith

On Dean's List
Dr. Edward F. Barnet, Vice
President for Academic Af-
fairs at Troy State University,
has released the names of
students making the Dean's
List at Troy State University
in the fall quarter.
The list includes Robert
Kent Smith of Port St. Joe.


will begin at 7:30 p.m. E.STff
and a nursery will also yhe
provided nightly. Pastor, Wil-
liam E. Smith and members of
the church extend a special
invitation to the community
and urge everyone to attend
what is promising to be a
great revival.

Elijah Smiley

In "Who's Who"
Twenty-seven Florida State
University students were
nominated for inclusion in
"Who's Who Among Students
in American Universities and
Colleges for 1980-81."
Selections are made for
"Who's Who" on the basis of
outstanding scholarship abil-
ity and participation in aca-
demic and extra-curricular
activities.
The new members of Who's
Who includes Elijah Smiley of
Port St. Joe.


many last summer and is
becoming fluent in the Ger-
man language.
Rotary Foundation offers a
year of study overseas, free to
top flight students.
Guests of the club were Cuz
Windham, Dr. Richard Mor-
ley and Judge Larry Bodiford,
all of Panama City.


Lenten

Studies,

Planned
A series of Lenten studies
will begin on Ash Wednesday,
March 4, at the Presbyterian
Church of Port St. Joe. The
evenings will begin with a
family covered-dish supper at
6:30, followed by classes from
7:15 to 8:00 p.m. The adult
class will study "Paul and His
Epistles", while the young
adults will choose their sub-
ject for the six-week period at
their first class. There will be
a class for younger children on
the New Testament. The
series will continue through
April 8. During Holy Week, the
Sacrament of the Lord's Sup-
per will be observed on Good
Friday at 7:30 p.m.
We invite all who are not
attending any church in Port
St. Joe to come and joi% us in
the studies and in the fellow-
ship.


congregation sometimes. Unlike the
now retired Rev. Odum, Brother Ted
has a disgustingly full head of hair. He
is also disgustingly young at age 32,
even though his hair is already grey. I
accused him of dying it so he would look
older and more mature.
Just like Dr. Lentz had those
Methodists working for at least the
week he was here, Brother Ted has us
working at Long Avenue. Those who
are not working are getting the prod
from the good Brother. If a head count
were made, I would suspect there is
still a little more prodding than working
going on.

I AM NOT PROSELYTING, you
understand, but we get the kind of thing
those Methodists had for a week, each
and every Sunday in the Baptist
church. At least we do in our Baptist
church and I suspect Rev. Billy Heaton
does the same thing in the First Baptist
Church.
My daddy goes to church at the
First Baptist Church and he comes over
to our house for dinner on Sunday


Tides

High and low tides for St.
Joseph's Bay for the upcom-
ing week are shown inthe tide
table below, furnished by the
U. S. Weather Bureau in Apa-
lachicola. Times are based
on a 24-hour dock, and height


pretty regularly. I notice he gets to the
house around 12:30 or 12:45 on the
Sunday he comes, so that gives me an
inkling that Brother Billy is holding
true to the Baptist way of doing things.
It must be that a new Baptist
preacher is taught in the seminary thai
if he doesn't preach overtime his
congregation might think he didn't
make proper preparation of his sermon
and was not doing his job in a proper
manner. Since they spend a good deal of
their sermons telling us Baptists what
we should be doing in a better way, they
can't afford to have the congregation
think they are shirking.
I have never seen a Baptist
preacher that could tell time.
So, Methodists, if you like the
sample you have had this past week, I
know where you can get a full dose each
and every Sunday and once during the
middle of the week if you are so
inclined. One thing about the Baptist
church, it is liberal to the point where it
will take almost anyone who wishes to
become a part of the program even
Methodists.


is feet above or below the
mean water line.


Thurs.
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
Mon.
Tues.
Wed.
Thurs.


High Ht
1551 .9
1642 1.0
1739 1.1
1839 1.2
1929 1.2
2023 1.3
2120 1.2
2218 1.1


ow Hr.
159 .0
250 -.2
340 -
512 -.3
558 -.3
641 -.3
723 -.2


While the federal government is taking
steps to let us keep more of our money and
streamline our government, residents of the
State of Florida will receive little if any
benefit from the financial revolution in
Washington, if Governor Bob Graham has his
way. What the federal government is giving
back, Governor Graham seems intent on
taking away, plus probably a little bit more.
In a year of dramatic tax increases on the
home front, Governor Graham is also putting
the screws to the Florida tax payer by
proposing an increased sales tax and a sales


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Hanlon Qualifies For Boston


Shown above is James being THE STAR, Port St. Joe Fla. Thursday, Feb. 26, 1981
presented his sixth place The St. Joseph Bay Road worthy achievement and
trophy by local club president, Runners would like to con- him luck as he prepare
Rick Lamberson. gratulate James for his note- what will prove to be one


PAGE THREE
i wish most important races in which
es for he will ever complete the 1981
of the Boston Marathon.


Most people who take up
Jogging do so to improve their
health, lose weght or just
because it's become such a
opluar sport. There comes a
tme, however, when the. jog-.
er realizes that what was at
irt a painful, exhausting jog
has now become an enjoyable
way to spend one's leisure
time. When that happens the
"jogger" has become a "run-
ner-", and one begins to set
one's sight on bigger and
better things.
At the back of almost every
runner's mind is the desire to
compete in what has been
called the world's most pres-
tigious foot race, the annual
Boston Marathon. Because of

Last Rites

For Child

John Brian Rhames of High-
land View passed away on
February 18, as a result of an
automobile accident.
Survivors were his mother,
Mary Rhames, his father,
Rufus Rhames, one brother,
Donald Earl Rhames, one
sister, Laura May Rhames.
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Raines
of Borrego Springs, Cali-
fornia. Great grandmother is
Mary Roe ofTulsa Oklahoma.
Services were held at the
Highland View Assembly of
God with the Rev. Gene Shoots
and Rev. Jack Strader of-
ficiating at the ceremony.
Interment was in the Pleas-
ant Rest Cemetery at Over-
street.
All arrangements were
under the direction of Gilmore
Funeral Home.

Episcopal's Plan

Pancake Supper
St. James Episcopal Church
will feature their annual
spring pancake supper next
Wednesday, March 3, in the
Parish House.
The supper will begin at 6:30
p.m., and everyone is invited
to attend.


its world-wide popularity,
however, participation is
limited to an elite group of
runners, these who have pro-
ved their abilities by having
finished a previous 26.2 mile
certified marathon distance at
a pace faster than. most
runners can maintain for a


single mile. One such runner
is James Hanlon of St. Joe
Beach.
James, a 40 year old mem-
ber of the St. Joseph Bay Road
Runners running club com-
peted in the 26.2 mile Colum-
bus Marathon held in the hills
of Columbus, Georgia on


Saturday, February 21. He
finished sixth overall in a field
of 125 with a time of two hours
and fifty eight minutes. 12
minutes faster than the time
he needed to qualify for
Boston. The time also earned
him first place honors in his
age group.
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"Old man" James Hanlon, right, is recently. Hanlon's time in the race qualifies
presented a trophy by Rick Lamberson of the him to run in the famous Boston Marathon, a
St. Joseph Bay Road Runners, for finishing race he will enter this year.
sixth in a 26.2 mile run in Columbus, Ga., -Star photo
Cub Pack 47
Plans Banquet
Cub Pack 47 in Port St. Joe
has announced their Blue and M NO5, so
Gold Banquet scheduled for
Friday, February 27, at 7:00 Complete Home Furnishings.. .
p.m. The event will be held in URNITURECO.
the cafeteria at Port St. Joe
Elementary School.
A potluck dinner, awards
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families are encouraged to
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formation is available through
the individual den mothers or
by calling Ned Ailes, Cub-8 | I-.
master at 648-8314. -


Jessie Thomas Part


4 of Black History

Mrs. Jessie Mae Thomas of
Port St. Joe, Gulf County is a
part of Port St. Joe's History
for Gulf County as a whole.
Mrs. Thomas has not only
worked for her race alone she
has worked for America as a
whole.
Born in Quitman, Georgia,
reared in Georgia, Mrs. Tho-
mas moved to Gulf County,
Port St. Joe area in 1942 with
her family.
Mrs. Jessie M. Thomas is a
member of Zion Fair Baptist
Church. Through the years
she served in all capacities of
her church. Her official duties
in the church consist of
Secretary of Choir Union (city
wide); Secretary of Zion Fair
Baptist Church from 1974 until
JESSIE THOMAS present time; Secretaiy of the
New Gulf Coast Association
beginning in 1973; National
Secretary. for The National
Baptist Convention Of
American Deacon Wives
Council 1975-1977.
Mrs. Thomas worked with
the March of Dimes for 20
years in Gulf County. She also
worked with The American
Cancer Society for many
years. She has also served as
President for the Cancer
Society from 1979 through
INTRODUCING Al cannot be said of the
Jean Mallory s a etro- footsteps this lady has made,
JanMalloryIs a Metro- or the miles she has driven for
polltan ULife representative the purpose of the community
in this area. She will gladly and all mankind, and for Mrs.
recommend life insurance Thomas to have been chosen
protection program for one of America's greats in
tAIlored to your personal our National Black History
needs. Call or write: Week, is no coincidence. Mrs.
Thomas truly deserves this
JEAN MALLORY honor as one of Gulf Counties'
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O ~ topd taI have in the past to keep Black
Metropolitan LiUfe Ins.Co.,N.Y. N.Y. America shining, and the
whole world, as you did.


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Methodist Church
Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
JOHNIE W. McCURDY, Minister

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe Fla. Thursday, Feb. 26, 1981


DAR Chapter Hears


Three Essay Winners


The February luncheon
meeting of the St. Joseph Bay
Chapter Daughters of the
American Revolution was
held Wednesday, February 18
at the Garden Center at 12:00
noon. The Regent, Mrs.
Charles Browne, presided.
Serving as hostesses were
Mrs. Roberta Harden, Mrs.
Glenn Boyles, and Mrs. Stiles
Brown. The delicious meal
was served by members of the


Port St. Joe Garden Club.
Following the luncheon,
Mrs. Eda Ruth Taylor, Vice-
regent, presented Mrs. W.S.
Quarleb, Jr. as program chair-
man for the day, who an-
nounced that in keeping with
"American History Month",
the program was based on
"The Battle of Yorktown",
and introduced the partici-
pants, Kathy Carrillo and Lee
Parker from the fifth and


sixth grades of the Faith
Christion School and Annette
Minger, representing the
eighth grade of the Port St.
Joe High School, winners of
the essay contest on the
subject of Yorktown. She also
introduced the mothers pre-
sent. Mrs. Carrillo and Mrs.
Parker and one of the tea-
chers, Mrs. Christa Vinson.
Mrs. Quarles explained that
instead of reading the essays
as usual, the young people
would present the story in a
different manner, and despite
the fact that the right mat-
erials had been most difficult
to find, through the use of
maps and charts, beautifully
done by the students and
questioning by Mrs. Quarles,
the excellent presentation
brought the story alive for the
listeners. Each of the young
people received the coveted
DAR Award, and their work
has been entered in the State
Contest.
Mrs. Browne made the
happy announcement that the
DAR papers of Mrs. Florence
Dye have been approved by
NSDAR, and Mrs. Dye is now
a full fledged member of this
chapter.
The March meeting will be
held on Wednesday the 8th.


MR. AND MRS. JOHN H. SMITH


Smiths Enjoy 60 Years Together


Mr. and Mrs. John Henry
Smith celebrated their 60th
wedding anniversary in their
home at 227 7th St. Port St.
Joe, Feb. 8th.
They were married Feb.
1921 in Elba, Alabama.
Mr. Smith is 89 years old, his
wife Ethel is 76 years old.


They were told by many of
their friends that they should
be an inspiration for the
younger generation with the
divorce rate so high. The
Smith's have six children, four
girls and two boys; Edgar
Smith, Port St. Joe, Jesse
Smith, Samson, Ala. Thelma
Sciandine, Washington, D.C.,


Sybil Jaggars, Tallahassee,
Sandra Childs, Tallahassee,
Polly Bowser, Ruby Valley,
Nevada. They also have 13.
grandchildren and eight greaw
grandchildren.
The Smith's. have lived in
Florida most of their married
life.


Carol Lynne Wood


Engo

Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Wood of
Fort St. Joe announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Carol Lynne to Robert Mich-
ael Lyles, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William F. Lyles of Over-
street.
:The bride-elect is a 1977
graduate of Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School and
aftinded Gulf Coast Commun-
Owe bridegroom elect is a
1-72 graduate of Port St. Joe
J.Sr. High School and a 1975
graduate of United Electrical
Ij*.titute in Tampa. He is
pesently employed by St. Joe
Iper Company.
7Their wedding will be an
event of April 11, at 6:30 p.m.
at the First Pentecostal Holi-
ness Church in Port St. Joe.
:No local invitations are


.Miss Ca


Robert Michael Lyles


aged

being sent but all friends and
relatives of the couple are
invited to attend both the
wedding and reception which
will follow immediately in the
-church social hall.

Has Birthday
Latoya Lewis celebrated
her sixth birthday, February
15, with a party given by her
aunt and uncle. To help her
celebrate her party were her
cousins Bryan, Eric, Kim,
Rhonda, Zerring, Lil Bill,
and Chakka. Latoya is
the daughter of Monette and
Felton* Lewis.- She- is the
granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lamar Speights and
Mrs. and Mrs Felton Lewis,
all of Port St. Joe.


MISS STELLA LOUISE WEEKS


To Wed


Mrs. Ruth Weeks of Wewa-
hitchki announces the ap-
proaching marriage of her
daughter, Stella Louise to
Gary Wayne Sasnett, son of
Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Sasnett, of
Apalachicola.
Stella is a graduate of
Wewahitchka High School and
attended Gulf Coast Commdt~
ity College. She is presently
employed by St. Joe Paper
Company.
Gary is a graduate of


Chapman High School in
Apalachicola and is also em-
ployed by St. Joe Paper
Company.
The wedding will take place
at The Glad Tidings Assembly
of God Church in Wewa-
hitchka on Saturday, March
14, at4:00 p.m(, C.S.T.
No invitations are being sent
but all friends and relatives of
the couple are invited to
attend.


rolynn Besore and Travis


Scott Burge Are Joined In Wedlock


Carolynn Besore and Travis
Scott Burge were united in
marriage on December 27, at
6::00 p.m. at the First Baptist
Church.
:the Rev. Bill Heaton of-
'ficiated the double ring cere-
mony.
"Parents of the bride are Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver C. Besore.
The bridegroom's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L.
Burge.
' Nuptial music was perform-
ed by Marion Murdock who
sang "Because", "I Quietly
Turned to You", and "Throu-
gh The Eyes of Love". She
was accompanied by Mrs. Bill
Heaton.
: Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a white
Oflq length gown of polyester
Iueterglo, with a watteau
chapel length train trimmed
with silk venice lace. The
bodice of the gown featured a
tear drop neckline outlined
with venice lace. The fitted
biodice was enhanced by long
sleeves fitted at the wrist. The
lettuce-edged veil with blush-
er: was trimmed with silk
venice lace and silk venice
appliques were attached to a
pearled headpiece. The
bride's bouquet was a mixture
qif white roses and white car-
nations.
-Paula Besore, sister of the
lirde was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were: Ginger
Burge sister of the groom,
Dawana Jacobs, Pam Low-
ery, Suzanne Hill, Barbra
Paul and Teri Paul, both
cousins of the bride. They
wore green floor length gowns
and each carried one long
stem white carnation except
the maid of honor who carried
a nosegay of white carnations
and white roses.
"H. L. Burge, the father of
t Woom served as best man.
Usher-groomsmen were:
Cr~g Besore, brother of the
bride, Tony Rich, Hal Hinote,
Travis Gibbs, Bill Hughes,
ai Carlton Rich. They wore
silver and gray tuxedos with
white boutonniere. Ring
biarer was Brian Nash, he
wee a white miniature tuxedo
awe carried a white satin
heart shaped pillow.
Flower girls were Dana
Stripling and Teresa Mongold,


cousins of the bride. They
wore floor length plum dress-
es and each carried white
baskets of rose petals.
Thebride's mother chose for
her daughter's wedding a long
floor length burgandy gown.
.The groom's mother chose
for her son's wedding a green
floor length gown.
Following the ceremony a
reception was given by the
parents of the bride at the
First Baptist Church Social
Hall.
The wedding cake table was
covered with a white hand
made cloth from Spain. The
four-tiered cake was separ-
ated with columns of a flowing
water fountain, and was top-
ped by the traditional bride
and groom.
Also featured on either side
'of the cake were an engage-
ment picture of the bride and
groom, and the wedding an-
nouncement both displayed in
flat silver frames. Serving the
cake was Connie Williams.
The groom's cake was a
chocolate cake withth the
groom's initials on it.
Another table with a four
foot ice sculpture of a swan
with colored lighting, and on
each side of the swan was a
pot of poinsettias.
Another table featured hours
d'oeuvres and the wedding
punch served by Mrs. Traci
Hart. On the same table
around the hor d'oeuvers was
a punch fountain with lime
sherbert punch.
Alicia Mongold and DeAnn
Young cousins of the bride
kept the bride's book.
Donna Young, Holley Strip-
ling and Marcy Stripling,
cousins of the bride, greeted
the guests by passing out rice
bags made out of white net
and tiny green ribbon. Scrolls
were handed out by the ushers
as the guests were seated.
Floor hostesses were:
Shirley Payne, Barbara Mon-
gold and Peggy Stripling,
aunts of the bride.
Out of town guests were;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W.
Payne, Albert and Jane
Strickland, Virginia C. Mayes,
Denise Lunsford, Linda
Schultz, Jody Gibbs, Rev. and


Mrs. Travis Scott Burge


Mrs. Danny Dean, Paul and
Odell Griffen, Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Hill, Mrs. Martha
Strickland, Ginger McVay,
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Nash,
Diana McCarthy, Kerry An-
thony and Mrs. Rodman
Porter.
Lynne is employed by
Wewahitchka Bank, St. Joe
Branch. Travis is employed
by St. Joseph Telephone and
Telegraph Company.
A rehearsal dinner hosted
by Voncille Tharpe, Gail Hi-
note, Jerri Moore and Frances
Shores was held on December
26, at the Episcopal Church
Social Hall.
PRENUPTIAL EVENTS
A calling shower was held
December 2, at the home of


Margaret Smith. Hostesses
were Cora Sue Robinson, Von-
cille Tharpe, Gail Hinote,
Frances Shore, Jerri Moore,
Brenda Moore, Barbara Park-
er, Judy Griffin and Myrom
Davis.
A tupperware party honored
the bride-elect on December 6.
Barbara Mongold and Peggy
Stripling, aunts of the bride,
were hostesses.
On December 15. a lingerie
shower was given in honor of
the bride at the Florida Power
Lounge in Apalachicola. Host-
esses for the occasion were
Sally Paul, Barbara Paul.
Teri Paul and Betty Nash.
A calling shower, hosted by
Kim Tharpe, Dawana Jacobs,
Pam Lowry, Tonya Smith and
Suzanne Hill was held Decem-
ber 20. The shower was held at
the home of C. M. Parker at
Mexico Beach.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe Fla. Thursday, Feb. 26, 1981


Little Cassie Craig Wins 1981
Miss Sweetheart Pageant


Pretty faces, frilly dresses
and sweethearts galore were
the scene for the "1981 Little
Miss Sweetheart Pageant"


ENSEMBLES-Kneeling, from left, are: Cindy Mar- Laurie Simon, Charles Butler, Benji WhiteEagle, Mitchell
shaD, Jayne Brownell, Vicky Barlow, Stacy Barbee and BouingtonandPamNorris. -Star photos
Michael.Bouington. Standing, from left: Ralph Thompson,


Ensembles Get 2 Superiors and An


Excellent At Band Contest


The Port St. Joe High School
Stage Band attended the Flo-
rida Band Masters Associa-
tion's solo and ensemble con-
fst, Saturday, February 14,
eld at the Chipola Junior
college e in Marianna, Fl.
The saxaphone quintet re-
cieved an excellent rating,
trumpet qutet a superior
rating, and the clarinet quin-
tet a superior rating. Bass


clarinet soloist, Laurie Simon,
recieved a superior rating,
alto saxaphone soloist, Ralph
Thompson, recieved an excel-
lent rating, and trumpet solo-
ist, Benji WhiteEagle, scored
an excellent rating. Jan
Clenny and Peggy Wright
accompanied the soloists.
Members of the stage band
are: Chris Adkison, Stacy
Barbee, Michael Bouington,


h STAGE BAND-Kneeing from left, are: Patrick
Howard, Billy Dunigan, Staey Barbee, Ralph Thompson and
Michael Bouington. Standing, from left: Chris Adkison, Mit-


Mitchell Bouington, Charles
Butler, Chris Cozart, Billy
Dunigan, Stuart. Edwards,
Patrick Howard, Cecil Linton,
Mike Malone, Donnie Mc-
Ardle, Pam Norris, Brian
North, Ralph Thompson,
Benji WhiteEagle, Todd
Wilder, and Peggy Wright.
Members of the clarinet
quintet are: Ralph Thompson,
Lauri Simon, Jayne Brownell,


Jenn Totman, and Cindy
Marshall.
Members of the saxophone
quintet are: Stacy Barbee,
Michael Bouington,; Vicki
Barlow, Billy Dunigan, Ralph
Thompson.
Members of the trumpet
quartet are: Benji White-
Eagle. Charles Butler,
Mitchell Bouington and Pam
Norris.


J. J. HATTAWAY


J. J. Is One
John Joseph Hattaway cele-
brated his first birthday,
February 4th. J.J. is the son of
Steve and Wyvonne Hattaway..
Helping him celebrate his
special day were; Cassie
Williams, Jolynne Parker,
Mandy Phillips, Ray Butler II,
Lee Brant, Cory Peterson,
Ryan and Kelly Yeager, Jason
and Patricia Lee, Angel and
Thad Barr, Bryan Earley,
Debbie and Rusty Burch,
Margaret and Time Ard, Mr.
and Mrs. James Wilson,
grandparents Burford and
Ruth Griffin, great grand-
parents Joe and Mildred Mira;
great Uncle Howard and Aunt
Paulette Rogers.

Pam Leslie

On Deans List
Dr. Charles A. Walker, dean
of Florida A & M University
School of Pharmacy, has
placed Pamela Coney Leslie
at the top of his dean's list for
the fall quarter of 1980. Mrs.
Leslie has a 4.0 (all A's) grade
point average. She has also
been selected to do the wel-
come address at the career day
for Leon County's high school
juniors and seniors on Feb-
ruary 28.


chell Bouington, Pam Norris, Charles Butler, Mike-Malone,
Benji WhiteEagle, Todd Wilder, Cecil Linton, Kris Cozart,
Donnie McArdle and Peggy Wright.


CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our
sincere thanks to Dr. Simpson
and the nurses for the care
and attention given our baby
during his confinement at the
hospital. Also, to the ladies of
the Altar Society, they were
most kind.
Dmedee and Ronnie Custer
Microwave ?
Anyone interested in taking
a Microwave Cooking Class
may call the Gulf County
Community Services for more
information at 229-6119.


PAM LESLIE


which was presented by the
"Activett Club at the Marianna
High School Audirorium, 6
p.m., Saturday, February 14th"
Marianna.
Cassie Craig, formerly of
Port St. Joe, was crowned
Little Miss Sweetheart out of
23 contestants. Cassie's grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Marion Craig of St. Joe Beach,
Frances Garrett of Port St.
Joe and Buck Garrett of White
City.

Bridal

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Lynn Quackenbush was
honored at a bridal shower on
Friday, February 20, in the
Pentecostal Holiness Church
Fellowship Hall.
Lynn will become the bride
of Michael Todd at 3:00 p.m.
on Saturday, February 28, in
Apalachicola.


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Miss Lyn Quackenbush, honoree, and Mrs. Calvin Todd,
mother of the prospective groom.


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evening. Miss Bt
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Third In Series Of

Seminars Monday


RETURNING EXPERIENCED players from last year's
squad are, from left: Ashley Abrams, Ernie Bryan, Tim
Stutzman, Kevin Roberson and Alan Sisk.
-Star photo


"Parenting Skills" will be
the topic of a program offered
by the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. on Monday March
2, at 7:00 p.m. (EST). This is
the third in a series of
"Marriage and Family Living
Seminars" provided to the
general public.
This program will center
upon effective rules, discip-
line, common misbehaviors
and developing a good parent-
child relationship. Informa-
tion presented will be espec-
ially applicable to parents of
pre-adolescent children. Ques-
tions and open discussion will
be encouraged.
Edwin R. Ailes, M.S. will be
the presenter of this program.
Mr. Ailes has been Executive
Director of the Clinic for the
past five years. He is also a
School Psychologist and a
Marriage and Family Thera-
pist. He has had extensive
experience in diagnosis and
treatment of children and


adults. He is routinely in-
volved in individual, marriage
and family counseling serv-
ices.
This program will be held at
the First United Methodist
Chruch on Constitution Drive
in Port St. Joe. All families in
the community are encour-
aged to attend. There is no
charge for the program and
there will be free child care
for children over two years of
age. Further information is
available through the Clinic
by calling 227-1145.
Men's Day At
Philadelphia
The Men of Philadelphia
Primitive Baptist Church will
have their Annual Men's Day
Celebration this Sunday,
March 1st. Services will begin
wit Sunday School at 9:30
a.m., 11:00 Morning worship
and 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor-
ship.


The warm spring weather
sends the baseball teams to
training camp and starts the
prep baseball season in earn-
est here in the Panhandle of
Florida,.
Port St. Joe's Sharks are in
the thick of things, preparing
Sto open a 20 game schedule
next Wednesday afternoon in
Marianna against the Bull-
Sdogs.
According to baseball coach
Kesley Colbert, the Sharks
will be blessed with inexper-
ience this year, beginning
their season with only four
regular players returning.
. "We have nine returning
players from last year's
Steam", Colbert said, "but only
four of them played regularly
list year."
The biggest blow to the
Sharks by graduation seems
to be in the pitching staff: Last
year, the Sharks relied on the
strong arms of Steve Peak and


OVER 150 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST


Freddie Woullard. Colbert
said he is looking at Pat
Kerigan, Ashley Abrams, Er-
nie Bryan, Allen Sisk, Tim
Stutzman and Jerry Filmore,
after he finishes basketball, to
shore up the Sharks on the
mound for the coming season.
The Sharks will not have a
single senior on this year's
squad, emphasizing the sea-
son of rebuilding the Sharks
will be going through.
Colbert said, "Overall, our
team lacks experience, but
they are a group of opportun-
istic, young players, who like
to play baseball. I feel this will
make up for some of the
inexperience."
The team is working long
and hard to continue the brand
of winning baseball local fans
are accustomed to.
The Sharks first home game
will be next Thursday after-
noon, when they meet Bristol
here at 1:00 p.m.


Sharks End With


25-1 Record


Port St. Joe's basketball
Sharks ended up their regular
season's schedule with play
this past week, taking two
decisive victories over Wewa-
hitchka and Chattahoochee.
Last Saturday night, the
Sharks won over the Gators 70
to 45 in the Coliseum, with
Ricky Larry leading the way
with his 25 points. Daryl
Garland added 15 and Jerry
Filmore 13, as the Sharks
emptied the bench in the
lop-sided win.
The Gators Tim Taunton
had 19 points for the losers.
Borntrager added 16.
The Gators played the
Sharks on even terms for the
first period, ending the first
S eight minutes of play only one
point behind. But, in the
second quarter, the sharp-
shooting Sharks hit for 28
points and held the Gators to
only 11 and the Gators were
never close again.
* Score by quarters:
Wewahitchka 12 11 8 14-45
Port St. Joe 13 28 15 14-70
PORT ST. JOE-Larry, 11-
3-25; Pittman, 2-0-4; Thomas,
0-1-1; Garland, 6-3-15; Fil-
more, 6-1-13; Givens, 0-0;
Adkison, 2-0-4; Pace, 1-0-2;
Jenkins, 2-0-4; Freeman, 140-2.
WEWA-Borntrager, 8-0-16;
Grice, 1-0-2; Taunton, 7-5-19;
Jones, 1-0-2; McFann, 2-0-4;


Rouse, 0-0-0; Owens, 0-0-0;
Nobles, 1-0-2.
Monday night, it was appre-
ciation night at the Coliseum,
as the High School opened the
doors free to Shark fans for
the season's finale. The
Sharks put on a show for their
fans, dumping the Chattahoo-
chee Yellow Jackets, 91-43, in
their highest scoring game of
the season.
The Sharks had 22 points on
the board before the Gators
put the first one up.
Ricky- Larry was the 'big
man for the night with 23
points. John Pittman had 19,
Jerry Filmore 18 and Daryl
Garland 15, as the Sharks
emptied the benches for the
second game in a row.
At half-time, the Sharks had
enough points to win' 'the
game, leading the Jackets
55-11.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 29 26 23 13-91
Chattahoochee 5 6 15 17--43
PORT ST. JOE-Larry, 11-
1-23; Pittman, 7-5-19; Filmore,
6-6-18; Garland, 7-1-15; Jen-
kins, 2-2-6; Roberts, 1-2-4;
Adkison, 1-0-2; Thomas, 1-0-2;
Givens, 1-0-2; Pace, 0-0-0.
CHATT.-T. Dawkins, 6-1-
13; Stinson, 4-0-8; Edwards,
2-1-5; Montgomery, 2-0-4;
Jackson, 2-0-4; E. Dawkins,
1-1-3; Martin, 1-0-2; Scott,
0-2-2; Ivory, 1-0-2.


Girls Basketball

Wins District Team


The girls basketball team
clinched their district title last
Thursday night it home over
the Wakulla War Eagles, by a
score of 59-41. They improved
their record with 14 wins and
four losses. They will play
Havanna Tuesday night at
8:00 on the home court.
-'Havanna has beaten the
girls team the past three times
they have met. Coach Morgan
says she feels that the girls
can beat them but the team
must play a tight defense and
make every shot count. "Ha-
vanna is a very powerful ball
club, they have a 5'9" senior
who is a super player. She
blocks shots and makes shots
from all over the court and

Quarterback

Club To Meet
The Quarterback club will
be meeting on Thursday, Feb.
26, at 6:30 p.m. at the High
School.
Plans will be discussed for
the seafood Supper to be
held March 21.


rebounds very well. We be-
lieve in miracles and we're
praying for a big one on
Tuesday," says Mrs. Mor-
gan.

Final Week
of Girl Scouts
Cookie Sale
This is the final week to help
the Girl Scout program by
purchasing some of those
delicious Girl Scout cookies.
This annual cookie sale is
especially important to our
local council based in Talla-
hassee, this year as some cut
backs in monies from United
Funds, has caused all budgets
to be tight.
A good amount of profit
from these cookies would help
our local girls to acheive some
of their long-range goals.
All seven varieties are made
under strict supervision.
There will be booth sales at
grocery stores and downtown
during Friday and Saturday,
which are the last two days.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe Fla. Thursday, Feb. 26. 1981


PAGE SEVEN


by Mark Costin and
Steve Coffey
The fifth and sixth grade
All-Stars beat Wewa All-Stars,
Tuesday, Feb. 17, and Thurs-
day, Feb. 19. Tuesday, St. Joe
won by a score of 28-16, and
Thursday 18-12. Tuesday the
high man for St. Joe was Chris
McCloud with a total of 14
points, and Curtis Beard who
had eight. Again Thursday
McCloud was high man with
eight points. Following him
was Curtis Beard, and Mark
Costin with four points each.
The starters were Curtis
Beard, Robert Searcy, Keith
Bennett, Mark Costin, and
Tim Wilder. Second team was
Chris McCloud, Marty Wil-


Basketball Winners-Front row, left to to right: Marty Williams, Chris McLeod,
right: Cheerleaders Paula Ramsey, Randi Kevin Donaldson, Eddie Haddock, Steve
McClain, Nancy Stoutimire, Teresa Jones Coffey, Mark Costin, Keith Bennet* Curtis
and Lauri Butts. Second row, left to right: Beard and Robert Searcy. Coaches Willie
Tim Wilder, Chris Kennington, John Cannon, 'James Robinson and Fred Allen are in the
Brian Raffield, Robert Ramsey, Gregory back. -Star photo
Walker and Warren Bennett. Third row, left


School News ...

Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School

BY LESLIE COSTIN


A big congratulations to the
girls' basketball team for
their win over Wakulla, 59-41.
They are now District Cham-
pions.
++


liams, Bryan Norton, Greg
Walker, and Eddie Haddock,
Third team, John Cannon,
Steve Coffey, Kevin Dawson,
-Robert Ramsey, and Chris
Kennington. Alternate was
Warren Bennett.

AIC D. W. Guillot
AAt Hurlbut Field
Airman First Class Donald
VW. Guillot, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Guillot of 306 Fifth
St., Port St. Joe, Fla., has
arrived for duty at Hurlburt
Field, Fla.
Guillot, a weapons
mechanic, was previously as-
signed at Grand Forks Air
Force Base, N.D.


Port St. Joe High is very
proud of these students for
having their poems selected
for publication in the literary
magazine "Tigers and
Lambs". Good lobs!


The six weeks ends on
march 2. Students should be
prepared to take their fourth
six-weeks exams at this time.
There are 9nly two more
six-weeks left of the 1980-81
school year. Students study
hard for your test. Good luck!
+++
Congratulations to the Sci-
ence Fair winners at Port St.
Joe Jr.-Sr. High School!
Senior High: First place,
Theresa Ford; Second place,
Jim Brown; Third place, Pat
Howard; honorable mention,
Glenn Ray. Junior High win-
- ners were: First place, Julie-
Allen; Second place, Kelly
Latter; Third place, Brad
Pridgeon; Honorable men-
tion, Karen Barnes and Keith
Wilson.

Congratulations to the Var-.
sity Basketball team for fin-
ishing their regular' season
with a record of 25-1. They
beat Chattahooche with a
score of 91 to 43 last Tuesday
in our gym.
Tuesday night was also
Shark Appreciation night. To
show appreciation to the
Shark fans, admission to the
game was free to everyone.
Everyone come out and sup-
port the Sharks on Friday
night as they begin their quest
for the State 2A Champion
Title.


"You Block people
really know
your stuff.
I should come
here last ear."









Each year, all Block preparers
are updated on all the latest
changes in the tax laws. That's
another way of making sure we
can complete your return accu-
rately and correctly.
IiR BLOCR
THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE '
Phone 229-8536
116 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, FL 32456


Monday, March 2
Hoagie sandwich, (turkey
and cheese), buttered corn,
ltuce and tomato and pickle,
apple crisp and milk.
Tuesday, March 3
Fish and chips, catsup,
cabbage-carrot slaw, buttered
rolls, cookie and milk.
Wednesday, March 4
Spaghetti with meat sauce


and cheese, cabbage slaw,
sliced peaches, roll, peanut
butter cookie and milk.
' Thursday, March 5
.Chicken, broccoli with
cheese, rice with gravy, jello
with fruit, buttered roll and
milk.
Friday, March 6
Pizza, green beans, tossed
salad, cookie and milk.


Students Will


Jump Rope

Fourth, fifth and sixth grade An official p
students at Port St. Joe given to stude
Elementary School- will be event to en
participating in the 1981 Jump acquire sponsi
Rope For Heart in March, be based on e
which is National Physical the six memb
Education and Sport Month. Example: if I
The event is sponsored by the the full three 1
Florida Association for and a pledge o
Health, Physical Education minute is ma
and Recreation to benefit the would contrib
American Heart Association. Heart Associa
The target date for the event is student. Empi
March 25, from 8:30 to 11:30 performance,
a.m. in the school gymnasium. dividual stud
Jump Rope For Heart co- jumping, stud
ordinator is Lanita Taunton,
physical education instructor Permission
for the school. sent to parents
The Jump Rope For Heart is wish to part
a three hour event in which slips must I
participants will jump rope as returned to
members of six-person teams. then the pledg
Each team member will jump distributed to I
until tiring and then pass the Community c
rope to another team member. be greatly ap]
The sequence is repeated for a
maximum of three hours. EVERYBOD
Our students have the op- participant rei
portunity to demonstrate the certificate frou
effectiveness of rope jumping Heart Associa
as a cardiovascular fitness student jumn
exercise to help keep their prizes based on
hearts healthy, since the pro- in. Prizes ran
ceeds from this event will ropes, T-shir
benefit the research, educa- polo shirts and
tion and community service to warm-up-su
programs of the Heart Associ- each school w
ation. percent of the


ledge kit will be
*nts prior to the
able them to
ors. Pledges will
ach minute that
er team jumps.
the team jumps
hours (180 min.)
f three cents per
de, the sponsor
ute $5.40 to the
tion through this
ihasis is on team
not on the in-
ent. While not
ents must rest.
slips are being
s of student who
icipate. These,
be signed and
Mrs. Taunton,
;e sheets can be
the participants.
o-operation will
preciated.
)Y WINS! Each
ceives an award
m the American
tion. Individual
ipers receive
in pledges turned
ige from jump
rts, tote bags,
d wind breakers
its. In addition,
will retain two-
e net proceeds


raised by that school.

Smith Involved

In Exercise
Corpsmember Fred Smith
of 188 Ave. F Port St. Joe.,
took part in the 261st Gradua-
tion exercise of the Earle C.
Clements Job Corps Center
February 25, 1981.
M. Corpsmember Fred Smith
M. successfully completed stud-
M. ies in metal trades and plans a
M. career in the field of welding.
M. The Earle C. Clements
center is operated by the
Education Division of the
Singer Company and it has an
enrollment of 2,624.


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Elementary All-Stars Dump Wewa Five


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NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor

. SUNDAY SCHOOL .................. 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................. 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ................. 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man OUr Brother"


FIRST

BAPTIST CHURCH

Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor.
AL YANCEY, Ministe:r of Music
SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................... 9:45A.
MORNING WORSHIPSERVICE ......... 11:00A.
CHURCH TRAINING .................... 6:00 P.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ......... 7:00 P.
PRAXYER MEETING (Wednesday) ....... 7:00 P.
"Come and Worship God with Us"


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe Fla. Thursday, Feb. 26, 1981


PAGE EIGHT
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Fe eWWe k yard, gwe heat, cuport,
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Onwer says s. 8 or 4 bdmn., 1 be.,
Semw home wllh a nw roof and feno'
ob yard. Only $12s00.000 Cll for eppt
ab o; t y. No..10.

a, 0t anson. bdrn, 2 b., on 1%
S tm. hA .i t y ofmt ml. d No. pilw
jyetem. A rel buy at S3.00 IfNo.102.


m f: Btable smeller2bdmn.home %
S" fronm beach. Carpeted, cn heat
S re afrgetor Included In low, low
or o eol,24,00. No. 40.
: I wiuthn walking distance of beach
lufum.3bdnn,1% be.nmoHlohorne
on 7x112' comer lot. Utility shad in
tbck with washing machine. 2 bike.
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M M,50. No.402



PROFESSIONALLY DECORATED: 2
2I bam., 1 ba., stilt house In the pines.
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S No. 206.
Owners have custom built Interior of
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Also has outdoor patio and shed for
b. oat on beautifully landscaped lot and
a half. Call for an appt. to see this
Beach get awayl


JONES
HOMESTEAD
S country living; close to town.
alous bdrms., newly remodeled.
4k'ig" kitchen, 1% acres completely
S fiinced w new chain link, dog pens,
lernty garden space, numerous fruit
ti" tes and all close to town. Ideal for
S children, farm or nursery. Call today
dk this one. $48,500. No. 109.
^'..' -----
r ACREAGE
S 200' on Intracostal Canal, 3.7 acres. V
ilile from paved Hwy. 386. A beautiful
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up 'his boat in his own backyard.
$30,000. No. 800.
"' pprox. 1% acres, located at Mexico
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'' Almost 2 acres fronting on Wetappo
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Shady lot at Howard Creek. Just a few
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S 8,000. No. 805.
Perfect acre In Overstreet for your new
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the Intracoastal Canal. $3,500. No,


BEACON HILL
Gracious living can be yours as you
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also has Ig. living, dining-kitchen com-
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300.
S 2 fenced lots containing 3 bdrm., 2
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din. rm., and bright airy nearly new kit.
Utilities also available for mobile
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beautiful hiah and dry lots In Beacon
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INDIAN PASS
Be protected by Century 21's Home
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Observe the beauty of the Gulfl This
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has observation deck for viewing and
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Gall for more Info. $39,500. No. 601.

WHITE CITY
2% yr. old stone & stucco home.
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built-in range top and wall over. Dish-
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garden space. Charles Ave. No. 022.

E. B. MILLER, REA






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8 bdnn, 2 bea. home, 1. IIv. nn., lg.den
with numerous cabinets and storage,
chain link fence, sallow wll pump,
store. shed. Ready for occupancy.
$37,500. No. 104.
528 7th SL Owner will finance 25 per.
cant down, balance at 12 percent 2
bdnn. plus sm. xm. ur. 1 m Woodbum.
MIg fireplace In Ihr. rem. Wg. eat-In kit-
chen. Back & front screened porches.
Carport. 317,000. No. 112.


Executive Honei 2 story, 4 bdrm., 2%
ba., carpeting, outstanding quality
drape lot,, fireplace, 2 car garage,
ae' h&.,Shown by apple only to
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62,Third St. Owner will finance. 3
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ture window. $14,000. No. 111.


MEXICO BEACH
Deluxe 4 bdrm., 2 ba. home with cao. Comfou le beech home, 2 bdrm., 1
h&a, canal location with boat be. with ig. screen porch, only 1 bik.
dock-lg. Uv. rm., 2 formal dining nms. from be.ch. Added 10x20' new stor.
and comfortable den with Ilreplace on shed. Attc fan keep. you cool. Priced
2 Iota. Call for appL NO. 406. right. No. 40.

3 bdrn., 1 ba., kit.dlning combo. Com-
fortable liv. rm. w fireplace In excel. 28th St.-2 comp. furnished 1 bdmn.
location on beach side of U.S.&9. Boat apts. on valuable lot. Beautiful view
storage or garage can be locked. 31st from 3rd lo.back from beach. No. 401.
St. No.400. .*. ..


!T. JOE BEACH
Complete this partially finished house This spacious brick home has lovely
at only $19,000 and turn It Into a natural wood Interior, 3 Ig. bdrma., 2
$30,35,000 home. Great location, 3 ba., den w magnificent view of Gull.
bdrm., 1 be., lIv. rm, din. rm, kitchen, 25' kitchen.din. rm., Ig. Wiv. rm. w
garage with utility rm., only 1 bik. from fireplace, fenced dog run In back.
beach. Adjacent lot also available. No. huge bay windows, sun deck. Located
207. on east side of Hwy. 98. Call today.
___ No. 209.
MOBILE HOME LOT: 75'x150', 1'/
biks. from beach, ready to move your
mobile home on, all utilities are in, Traller hookups all needY for us on:
well, septic tank, power pole, etc. No. this large o Only ao000o00.
202.


COMMERCIAL
2,700 sq. ft. building on First St. In Port
St. Joe on 3 lots. Ideal for warehouse
or small business. Use part of It and
rent the rest Presejti J.ast .teite.
.Plenty of room for expansion. Priced
right Call for more Information. No.
702.
Fully equipped store bldg. w ig. com-
mercial cooler, counters, display Is-
lands etc. on 3V/ acres on Hwy. 30,
plenty of rm. for expansion on a
mobile home park, will finance. No.
701.
Business for Sale: Convenience store,
St. Joe Beach, corner of Bay &
Amerlcus. 1,536 sq. ft., 10 dr. walk-in
cooler, paved driveway on 1% lots .w
concrete slab ready for expansion or
other business. Call for details. No.
700.
30'x90' commercial lot on corner of
Reid Ave. and 5th St. Across alley from
city fiall Priced right end owner will
finance. $12,000. No. 703.

CAPE SAN BLAS
Gulf Front, 70' on the Gulf, 90' deep,
beautiful view with fishing and sun
bathing in your front yd. A real buy at
$14,000. No. 11.
Two-gorgeous dry acres of tall pines
and shrubbery with 205' fronting on
the hwy. and bay. Just beyond the old
salt works marker. Owner will sell all
or 100' on either side. Financing
available. No. 10.

BEACH LOTS
A large selection of excel. bldg. lots In
Mexico Beach, St. Joe Beach, Beacon
Hill, Gulf Aire lots. No. 901.
St. Joe Beach-Lg. selection of beach
lots-for less than $1,000 down you
can own your own. Call today. No. 900.

Only beach front lot left on the bay
between town and Tyndall. 168' of
frontage, 164' ft. on Hwy. 98, approx.
300' deep, good investment or location
for a beach cottage. No. 902.
Beacon Hill Four lots together 3
blks. from beach, great buy at only
$3,500 each. Hurry and call today No.
903.


WEWAHITCHKA
2 acreage tracts fronting on St. Rd. 71
Inside City Limits. 4.61 acres on west
side, 25.21 acres on east side of 71. Ex-
cel. for future development. '
It's A Startl 3 bdrms., 1 ba. frame
house on a good size lot, utility shed,
gas heat, 2 a-c units are all part of the
bargain plus it's been well taken care
of. 5 miles south of Wewa, off of Hwy.
71. Great Price at only $18,000.




648-5011


IL1


AFTER HOURS
JIM CLEMENT 648-5482
Associate
ENNEY- 229-6310 NATALIE SHOAF 227-1498
Date Associate


x 167A Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456

9 Hwy. 98 MEXICO BEACH


GULF AIRE
Beautiful New Home. Rock front with
fireplace-3 bdrm., 2 ba., fully
carpet with all drapes Caithedral
ceiling, can hba, sizeable-exlstingi
mortgage which can be assumed.
Owner transferred-by appt. only.
No. 203.
Only a few front lots left I Over 35 lots
have been purchased In this planned
community. Prices will Increase soon.
11' %% financing. Invest for apprecia-
tion or build now.

MOBILE HOME
Mobile home for sale. 24'x56'. 3 bdrm.,
2 be., partially furnished, can. h&a, ex-
cel. cond. Only $12,500. No. 021.

HIGHLAND VIEW
Plenty of rm. In this 3 bdrm. home, Ig.
closets, 1 ba., lv. rm., kitchen. & din.
combo, utility rm., garage, den.
$29,500. No. 500.
Over V/ acre of good earth goes with
this 4 bdrm. home, including 2 story
barn to house your gardening tools.
Grape arbor,, pecan tree & chain link
fence are all here, plus ex. apt. adjoin-
Ing main house which can be rented.
$28,000.. Price reduced now to
$25,000.



OAK GROVE
2 bdrm., 1 ba. home. Excel. for starter
home. Now being remodelled Inside.
New roof will be added and exterior
painted. You can't beat this at $8,500.
2nd St. No. 107.
Mobile home on 2 lots-consider the
following:
1. Furnished home & carpeting.
2. Can. air cond.
3. $2,300.00 carport.
4. Front & back porch.
5. $1,500 chain link fence.
6. 2 storage sheds.
Reduced price, $18,500.00. No. 110:
Do it yourselfer's dream: A little elbow
grease and you could easily double
your Investment In this 2 story, 4
bdrm., 2 kitchen home. Could be made
into 2 apts. Lg. lot with plenty of
garden space on a dead end street.
Utility house Included at $13,500. No.
103.
NEW LISTING: A real bargain at only
$12,000. 2 bdrm., 1 be., eat-in kitchen,
screened front porch. Metal shed in
back yard. 503 Madison. No. 100.

OVERSTREET
Two beautiful % acr lots at Wetappo
Estates, not far from the Canal. No
mobile homes. Financing available.
No. 011.
Beautiful brand new 3 bdrm. 2 ba.
. home on--6 private acres. Modem
"countryllvlng at its best. Priced In
the mid 50's. No. 012.


By Owner: 3 bedroom, 1%
ba., liv. rm., din. rm., kitchen,
fam. rm., 1910 Cypress Ave.
$39,375.00, assumable mor-
tgage. Call 205/983-4546 or
205/793-6253. .4tc 2-26

Lot for sale by owner at
Selma Street, St. Joe Beach.
75x180' plus. Call 648-8954.
tfc 12-25

3 bedroom, 2 bath brick
home. $65,000. $14,000 equity
and assume loan of $51,000 at
9W/. Good location, newly
redone. Call 229-8250 or
229-8149after 5 p.m.


By Owner: 3 bdrm., 1 bath,
on lot 120'x200'. 500 feet from
Dead Lakes. Utility house
15'x20'. Insulated and panel-
led. In Wewahitchka. Call
days 639-5555.
4tc 2-12.

Beacon Hill, two lots, fenced
yard, 3 bdrm., 1 ba. double
wide trailer. $25,000. 229-6961
or 648-8971. tfc 9-25





300 gal. steel fuel tank w/
stand, 80 gals. kerosene &
heater. All for $165. 227-1841.
ltc2-26

1 electric range, 40" wide,
white; 1 refrigerator/freezer
with ice maker, white.
227-1259. ltp2-26

TV antenna and 20' mast,
nearly new, $26; new boat oars
with oarlocks, $22. 229-6296.,
ltp2-24

150 gal. fuel tank, $355W,
gal. drum, $10; Duo-therm
furnace, $30; bunk beds with
mattress and student desk and
chair, $100; jalousie doors and
windows, $10 ea. Call 229-6044.
2tp2-26

Drive-on 18' trailer, 7'
wide with 2 axles, $600;
639-2807. tfc 2-5

AVON
To Buy or Sell
For Gulf or Bay counties. Call
collect 871-1649 or write Dist.
Sales Mgr. Margaret Rick-
man, P. O. Box 10403, Parker,
FL 32401. tfc 8-21

GET READY FOR
SPRING RAIN!
I will clean leaves from gut-
ters and roofs. Call Brent
Moore at 227-1363. ltc 2-26





AMERICANh
ENERGY WEEK
March 15-21,1961 r


. Nice two bedroom trailer.
Call 648-5361. ltc2-26

Two bedroom apt. and
campers for rent on Beach. By
day, week, month or year. Ski
Breeze Camp Sites. Call 229-
6105. tfc 11-20

No need for wet carpets.
Dry dean them with HOST.,
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251. tfc 10-23

Furnished 2 bdrm. house,
auto. heat, no pets; furnished
large one bdrm. apt., auto
heat, no pets. 229-6777 after 7
pm. tfc 11-8

Thames Hotel, day, weekly,
monthly rates. 302 Reid Ave.
2298723. tfie 11-13

For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a-frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac, the portable steam car-
pet cleaning system. Avail-
able at Western Auto, phone
227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
tfc 3-16







TO ALL,CUSTOMERS of the
TAI .IAHARRSE DEMOCRAT
Starting January 1,1981
Your Paper is (5.65 a mo.
Freddie Hamilton

The Skating PRij& t Oak
Grove is open-on Friday and
Saturday from 7-11.
SKATING:
Rental skates, $2.00
Private skates, $1.25.
Private parties, $1.50 person.
Open Sunday, 2-5.
2tc 2-26

There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. Ill, F. & A.M.
every first and third Thursday
at 8:00 p.m.
JOE ST. CLAIR, W.M.
J. P. Cooley, See.

R.A.M.-Regular convoca-
tion of St. Joseph Chapter No.
56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-
days, 8 p.m. All visiting com-
panions welcome.
E. E. WEEKS, H.P.
E. William McFarland, Sec.


EQUITY I
If you are a home owner, you
could be eligible to borrow up
to $50,000 and you could use
the money for any purpose.
Call us today 769-1535 James
H. Crews, Licensed Mortgage
Broker, 6242 E. Hwy. 98,
Panama City. tfc 12-4


The V.F.W. will meet every
second Tues. and fourth Thur-
sday of each month at the
Hickory House at 7 p.m.
-. tfc5-31






1977 Chevrolet % ton truck,
ps, automatic, a-c. Call
227-1253 after 5:00 p.m. 2tc 2-26

1975 Pontiac Grand Prix. Ful-
ly loaded, brand new radials,
good cond. Call6484343. It 2-26

JEEPS CARS -TRUCKS
Available thru government
agencies. Many sell for under
$200. Call 602/941-8014, ext.
8636 for directions on how to
purchase. 4t2-19





MOVING SALE: 1025 Long
Ave. Household items, fur-'
niture,iladies good clothing in
large sizes. Friday and Satur-
day.

YARD SALE: Baby clothes,
plants, mattress and box spr-
ings, plus much more. 401
Woodward Ave. Saturday on-
ly. 8-5. Rain cancels. ltp 2-26

YARD SALE: Saturday,
March 1, 1303 Long Ave.





Food and cocktail waitress.
Must be 19 years of age or
older; previous experience
desired but not required. Call
648-5621 for interview.
ltp2-26


-C


* Call
241-6910

2tp2-26



U0


NOTICE
The City Commission Meetings
scheduled for Tuesday, March 3 and
March 17,1981, will be changed to Tues-
day, March 10, 1981 and Monday, March
23, 1981, at 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: L A. Farrls,
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 2-26

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 81-13
GULF COUNTY FARMS, INC.,
a Florida Corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY D. WARREN,
DefendanL
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DEFENDANT MARY D. WARREN,
WHOSE ADDRESS IS UNKNOWN:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose an Agreement for Deed on the
following property In Gulf County,
Florida:
East '/i of Farm 17 (2'A acres more or
less), of Gulf County Farms, Inc.,
Properties, (less 5' on North side
for additional roadway) an unrecord-
ed subdivision of that portion of
Section 19, Township 5 South, Range
9 West, Gulf County, Florida, lying
West of State Road 71, more particu-
larly described as follows: Com-
mence at the Intersection of the
North line of Section 19, Township 5
South, Range 10 West, GulfCounty,
Florida, and the Westerly right-of-
way line of State Road 71, said State
Road having a right-of-way of 66 feet;
thence South 18'16'20" East along
said right-of-way line for 4852.75 feet
to the Point of Beginning. Thence
continue South 18116'20'" East along
said right-of-way line for 300.00 feet;
thence South 71'43'40" West for
363.00 feet; thence North 18116'20"
West for 300.00 feet; thence North
71-43'40" East for 363.00 feet; thence
'North 1848"20" West for 300.00 feet;
thence North 71'43'40" East for
363.00 feet to the Point of Begin-
ning. SUBJECT TO: A reservation
of all the oil, gas and minerals.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to It on RAYMOND L.
WILLIAMS, Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dress Is P. 0. Box 1807, PANAMA CITY,


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of
ERCHEL LESTER COOK, Husband,
Petitioner,
And
DOROTHY PERRY COOK, Wife,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Dorothy Perry Cook
Rt. 7, Lance Road
Crossvllle, Tennessee 38555
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has
been flied against you and you are re.
quired to serve a copy of your Answer or
other response to the Petition on Peti-
tioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ESO.
P.O. BOX 248 I
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456
and file the original thereof In the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County Court-
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, 32456, on or
before the 26th day of March, 1981. If you
fall so to do, a Final Judgment for the
relief sought may be granted by Default
DATED this the 24th day of February,
1981.
JERRY GATES,
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: -a- Susan E. Bigelow, Deputy Clerk
4t2/26


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. PI-25
IN RE: The Marriage of
DUSTY FAYE BAILEY, Wife,
Petitioner,
and
FRED BAILEY, Husband,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: FRED BAILEY, Respondent, whose
last-known address Is McDermott
Overseas, P. 0. Box 94, Warnl, NI-
geria, West Africa.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, If any, to
It on Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Petitioner's at-
torney, whose address is 413 Williams
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, on or
before the 16th day of March, 1981, and
file the original with the clerk of this court
either before service on petitioner's at-
torney or Immediately thereafter;.other-
wise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded In the complaint
or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on the 5th day of February, A.Dj
1981.
-s- Jerry Gates,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida 4t 2-12:


SERVICES ~ ~


ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 2294803
Machinist on duty all day
every day

BEACON FABRICS
Sewing Notions & Patterns
Hwy. 98 at Overstreet
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00 E.S.T.
Closed Sun. & Mon.
tfc 1-81


Psychological services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145. (24 hrs.)

FOR TRACTOR WORK
Call 229-8939 or 648-5306
tfc 8-14


Carpentry Work Do
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757


WM^T i GUN IAD OLITI


Port St. Joe Beach
Gunsmithing Blueing
New & Used Guns -Scopes
tfc 10-2



TAFLINGER PAINTING
Interior & Exterior
Residential & Commercial
Licensed & Insured
Res. Phone 22-4977
P. O. Box 641 Port St. Joe
4tp2-26



Church Supplies
Music Records Tapes
Rubber Stamps
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Gifts-Bibles
SSound Studio Recording
Service

7-OAKS

GOSPEL SUPPLIES
S11 Hunter St., Oak Grove
i Port St. Joe, Fla.
227-1325
9 -


Alcoholics Anonymous
me Port St. Joe Serenity Group
e Sunday 4:00P.M.EST
St. James Episcopal Church

tfc 2-2 CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
Septic Tank Cleaning
Phone 2294007
unHO tfc 11-30


JOE BETSEY has a fine
House Painting reputation in
Panama City, Pensacola,
Mobile, Dothan and St. Joe.
Call 769-7368. 4tc 2-
B&J ELECTRICAL
ELECTRONIC & C.B.
REPAIR
Phone 2294875



SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!











Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock. Owner
410 Reid Avenue


REALESTATE

FOR SALE


I FO.EN


I NTCSI


BUOP


Well-built two bdrm. house in
good cond. at 525 Third St. This
is a nice home for a young family
or retired couple. Only $13,000.


Lg. 2 bdrm. furn. cottage on 2
front lots facing Hwy. 98 at cor-
ner of Selma St. and Hwy. 98, St.
Joe Beach. To sell for $52,000.


Beautiful Gulf front lots going to
mean high water line at restrict-
ed Cape Breezes. Paved streets,
good water avail. Gulf front lots
$35,000. Interior lots low as
$12,000.


Two adjoining lots at Mexico
Beach to sell for $20,000.


HANNON


INSURANCE AGENCY
FRANK HANNON, Broker
221 Reid Avenue 227-1133
Roy Smith Associates Karen King


PATTY MILLER, Realtor Assoc.


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Hickory Smoked
SLICED
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Piggly Wiggly Fresh BREAST or LEG
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Fresh Pork NECKBONS CRth BREAKFAST A
FEET, MAWS or LIVER 58 SAUSAGE ... 98
Lykes Power Pak A Lykes AN Mat48
BOLOGNA .....,12, ALL MEAT BOLOGNAl.
Good ValueAll Meat or lBef Fresh SH"ed 7
FRANKS .... ..12. 1.18BEEF LIVER ... .78
OXTAILS ... ..$1.08 CHITTERLINGS .. $499


DINNER KNIFE 3-PIECE PLACE SETTING SPECI/ OFFER
TEASPOON A MA mef t
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STAINLESS ONL PIECES: ONLY
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PAGE TEN THE STAR. Port St. Joe Fla. Thursday, Feb. 26, 1981


Riding


Bikes


: for CF
White City will soon hold a
Bike-A-Thon to benefit child-
:ten with cystic fibrosis, ac-
.:ording to Mrs. Donna Har-
cus, chairman for this year's
event.
"The Bike-A-Thon will in-
volve riders of all ages who
'acquire sponsors for. the num-
Sber of miles that they ride
over a ,prescribed course and
time," said Mrs. Harcus. "It's
'both fun for the riders, and a
..way to raise money for
research into cystic fibrosis, a
lung and digestive disease
:which attacks children rob-
;bing them of breath and life.
The Bike-A-Thon is sche-
.duled to be held at Ham-
monds Country Store in White
City on March 14. It will begin
at 9:00 a.m.
Prizes will be awarded to
the riders who collect the most
money for cystic fibrosis.
They are: Grand prize is a
$50.00 war bond donated by St.
"Joe Paper Co., second prize is
:a $10.00 check donated by
Sylvachem Corporation, and
*. third prize is a $15.00 gift
'.certificate donated by West-
S ern Auto. In addition, T-shirts
will be given to every rider
.:who turns in at least $25.00.
Sponsor sheets are available'
:now at Hammonds Country
;Store, Kirk's Mercantile, and
S at the home of Mrs. Donna
S:Harcus in White City. For any
:more information please call
NMrs. Harcus at 927-1495.


S. Public
*~ ~~~b '* *! '*-


/. "otices
TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pur-
suant to Chap. 865.09, Florida Statutes,
the undersigned person Intends to
register with the clerk of the Circuit Court
Sof Gulf County, Florida, the fictitious
S trade name under which they will be
S engaged in business and In which said
business Is to be carried on, to-wit:
S COUNTRY CHARM CERAMICS
SHwy. 386, Overstreet, FL
Owner, Dorothy Guilford
4tc2-19
BID NO. 22
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
quests bids for one 50 h.p. Vertical
Motor. Specifications may be obtained
from the City Clerk's Office, P. O. Box A,
S Port St. Joe, Florida. Bid opening to be
held March 3, 191, at the Regular City
Cemmlsion.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
By: L A. Farris,
CityAuditor/Clerk 2g2-19


Keith Wilson shows off his junior high Karen Barnes who was not present when the
hgonorable mention entry, an ant colony. At pictures were made.
right is the cactus grafting display entered by


Science Fair Winners


Senior High Science Fair winners, Teresa Ford, first place, "Effects of and Jim Brown, second place, "Balan-
above, were: Glenn Ray, honorable Weather on Wood"; Pat Howard, third ced Diet Matters".
mention for his entry of "Skin Senses"; place, "Solar Energy Water Heater";


The science classes at Port
St. Joe, Jr.-Sr. High School
presented their science pro-
jects to the judges Monday,,
February 23.
Each student who wished to ,J
participate in the science fair,
did research and designed
their project according to
'guidelines set up by the Three
Rivers Science and Engineer-
ing Fair and Talent Search.
The selected participants
from each school in the county
will participate in the science
fair at the Naval Coastal
System Center in Panama
City,. March 19-20.
The counties participating
in the science fair are Wash-
ington, Jackson, Holmes, Junior High winners were, left to "The Ear"; Juli
Gulf, Calhoun and Bay. right: Kelly Lattner, second place, Salt Water Still"



Hunt Season Ends March 1


A Real Bugger


Keith Bailey, left, and Drew
Richards, right, slew this
crawling dragon, after Rich-
ards placed a well-aimed
arrow through his head. The
snake was dispatched last.


Wednesday afternoon near the
boys' home at St. Joe Beach.
The snake measured five feet
and two inches and had 10
rattles. He weighed 11 pounds.
-Star photo
\4 '".!'..


Baseball Boys

Register Mon.
Registration for the 1981
Little League baseball season
will be starting on March 2,
and will run through March 13.
Registration will be upstairs
in City Hall in the Recreation
Department, between the
hours of 10:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. Monday through Friday.
Boys and girls between the
ages of eight and 14 are
eligible to join this league. A
registration fee of $10.00 per
child or $15.00 per family must
pe paid at time of registration.
If a child was not on a team
last year they must also have
their Birth Certificate at time
of registration.
For further information call
the Gulf County Community
Services at 229-6119.


The statewide season for
quail and squirrel will end
'March 1, according to the
Florida Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commissioner.
"Quail occur in excellent
numbers from the long-leaf
pines plantation areas of north
Florida to the palmetto flat-
lands of south Florida," said
Fred W: Stanberry, director of
the Division of Wildlife with
the Commission.
The non-migratory game
bird' is probably one of the


most sought-after by hunters
in the state, he said.
Concerning squirrel, Stan-
berry said "they are probably
the most abundant small
game animals hunted and are
found virtually in all hard-
wood habitats."
He said squirrel hunters
should remember that there is
no open season.for fox squirrel
in Lee, Hendry, Palm Beach,
Monroe, Collier, Broward and
Dade counties.


e Allen, first, "Solar third, "Which Length Wire Makes the
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Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ........ 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CI4SS .... 11:00 A.M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday 7:00-7:45

Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 2294857
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PAGE FOURTEEN


Highland View Elementary Honor Roll


' Mr. Kenneth D. Herring, Principal at
Highland View Elementary School announces
the honor roll for the third six weeks and the
semester.
ALLA'S
Third six weeks
Fifth grade Michelle Hicks, Ann La-
Luerne.
Sixth grade Tina Stallings, Robbie Young.
ALL A'S and B'S
Third six weeks
First grade Linda Stafford, Maria Perry,
Angel Barr, April Caldwell, Jeanet Hale,
PaHi-a Br6wn, Dawn Fontaine, Briahn Hill,


IN WASHINGTON *

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i'* **************
CENSUS RESULTS


As you will recall, a census
was taken last year and some
interesting facts were revealed
after all of the information was
gathered into the Bureau of
: Census. For instance,: accord-
: ing to the Department of Com-.
merce, there are 226,504,825
people in the United States.I
This count is 11.4 percent
greater than the 1970 popula-
tion count, which was
203,302,031.
These are the figures the
Census Bureau used to deter-
mine the number of seats each
state will receive in the House
.for the 1980's, which is re-
, quired by the Constitution to
assure that each state's popula-
tion is equally represented.
Also, this marks the 20th time,
over a period of 190 years, that
a census has been taken for, this
reason.


By using the formula which.
Congress approved some time
ago, the calculations show a
change of 17 seats in the House
of Representatives. These
changes indicate major shifts
in the population during the
past decade from the North to
the South. For example, many
of the Sunbelt states will add
seats such as:
Arizona +1
California +2
Florida +4
Texas +3
Meanwhile, some northern


states are losing
follows:
Illinois
Indiana
Massachusetts
Michigan
Missouri
New Jersey
New York


GULF AUCTION SERVICE

648-8251
Col. T. R. Williams, Auctioneer
Greater Gulf Area

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The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

2001 GARRISON AVE.- PORT ST. JOE
Invites you to Worship with Themrn
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAYSCHOOL ................... 9:45AM
MORNING WORSHIP ................. 11:00AM
EVENINGWORSHIP .................. 7:00OPM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT ................. 7:00 PM


seats as
-2
-1
-1
-1
-1
-1
-5


Patricia Nedley, Laura Nelson, Matthe
Richter.
i Second grade-Shaun Butler, Jamie Kosier,
Genevive Middleton, Chris Ramsey, Holly
Richter, Troy Sanders, Joey Massengale,
Wendy Johnson, Angela St. Clair, Jerry
Register, Sherrin Hill, Peter Klope, Wesley
Mammos, Michael Miller, Barbara Adams,
Kim David.
Third Grade Tammy Stallings, Louis
Lindsay, Jenny Hicks, Lisa Pitts.
Fourth grade Russell Funderburk,
Tammy Williams, Russell Gibson.
Fifth grade Sherry Creel, Cindy Brown,


Pennsylvania 2
Ohio -2
The 1970 Census counted
more than 203 million people;
however, a later evaluation of
these results showed that the
Bureau of Census had under-
counted:the population by ap-
proxunimately 5 million people.
A census cannot be perfect but
it has improved great deal
with the new techniques
employed this time.


As time goes. on,
receiving more info
from the Census Bure
I will be happy to pa
you in this column. Th
-may be helpful to yo
are contemplating"
business, expansion
transfer. It can tell yo
the markets are, ho
people need new
schools, jobs, and ser
If you are inter
more detailed or speci
matioin,' ou can writ
following office:
Public Information
Census Bureau
Washington, D.C.
Telephone: 301-5
Senegalese
This week Nancy s
recipe by Mrs. Ro
Mollohan, wife of a R
tative from West Virgi
is also a member of th
Armed Services Comn


medium onions, c
stalks celery, chop
tablespoons bui
chicken fat)
tablespoon:curry
tablespoons flour
apples, chopped
cups chicken
strained
bay laf, ground
cup light cream
cup chopped
chicken


Saute onions and celery in
butter until wilted. Add curry
directly to. fat and cook 5
minutes. Add flour, then
apples, stock and bay leaf and
simmer 46 hour. Cool. Add
cream. Garnish with chicken.
May be frozen. Makes 10 serv-
ings.


Teeth are bones-but harder
than most of the other bones
in the body.I


Kelli Kirkland, Christine Falbe, Steve
Howell.
Sixth grade Kim Emfinger, Teresa
Purswell, Ray Maiden, Paul Nedley, Melinda
Williams, Steve Tyson, Valerie Brown.
ALL A'S
Semester
Fifth grade Michelle Hicks.
Sixth grade Robbie Young. Tina Stallings.
ALL A'S and B'S
Semester
First grade Marla Perry, Angel Barr,
April Caldwell, Jeanet Hale, Patricia Brown,


Patricia Nedly, Matthew Richter.
Second grade Joey Massengale, Wendy
Johnson, Angela St. Clair, Jerry Register,.
Sherrin Hill, Peter Klope, Wesley Mammos,
Barbara .Adams, Kim Davis, Suan Butler,
Jamie Kosier, Geneviene Middleton, Chris
Ramsey.
Third grade Tammy Stallings
Fourth grade Russel Funderburk, Robin
Kimmell, Tammy Williams, Russell Gibson.
Fifth grade Sherry Creel, Cindy Brown,
Kelie Kirkland, Christine Falbe.
Sixth grade Ray Maiden, Valerie Brown,
Steve Tyson, Paul Nedley, Melinda Williams.


Fertilizing Tips for



Spring Gardens


BY ROY LEE CARTER
Extension Director


I will be We all have to eat, and most
formation of us enjoy eating vegetables.
au which But, to grow properly and
ass on to produce abundantly, vege-
iese facts table, crops have to eat too.
>u if you And, we have to feed them
a new fertilizer, That is. A good
, or a fertilizer program is an essen-
ou where 'tial part of vegetable garden-
)w many ing in Florida. But,, fertilizers
homes, sometimes can be confusing.
vices. What do the numbers mean?
.And, how much of which kind
ested in should you use?
fic infor- You can improve the fertil-
te to the lity of your home vegetable
garden soil with animal man-
n Office ures, or other kinds of organic
matter. But, to do the job
20233 right, in most situations, you
68-1200 also need a commercial fertil-
izer with significant amounts
of the three major plant
nutrients.
elected a Plants need a variety of
bert H. nutrients. But, the major
Lepresen- elements you must supply arq
nia. Bob nitrogen, phosphorus, and
he House potassium.-
mittee. Fertilizers commonly are
described in terms of the
chopped amount of the nutrients they
pped -contain. For example, a 100
tter (or pound bag of 6-8-6 fertilizer
would contain six pounds of a
nitrogeon compound, eight
pounds of phosphorus in the
form of phosphorus acid, and
stock, six pounds of a potassium
compound called potash.
The type of fertilizer you
need depends quite a bit on the
cooked kind of soil you have. Your
cooked


Ladies

Bowling


News
The Ladies Bowling League
results for February 19 are as
follows: on lanes one and two
St. Joe Furniture won three
from Sandpipers. Peggy Hea-
cock's 174 game, which was 35
pins over her average, was
high for St. Joe Furiture.
Brenda Mathis had a 166 game
(21 pins over her average) and
434 series. For the Sandpipers
Carolyn Wright's 165 game
and 474 series was high.
Highland View Motors won
four from Renfro on lanes
three and four. For HVM Nett
Henderson had a 168 game and
Bertha Clayton picked up the
5-10 split and had high series
with a 421. Sandra Brock was
28 pins over her average with
a 159 game.
On lanes five and six Dollar
General won three from Mur-
phy's. Bev Sherman bowling
with a 96 average had a 138
game and team mate Lillian
Anderson also had a 138 game
and 389 series. They bowl for
Dollar General.
On lanes seven and eight
Earley's Hardware won four
from Pepsi Cola. Joyce Gain-
ous bowling with a 131 average
had a 178 game and 473 series.
Nice bowling Joyce. Team
mate Margie Martin was 54
pins over her average with a
154 game, they bowl for
Earley's. On Pepsi Cola Kathy
Simmons had a 171 game and
467 series.
STANDINGS:
HVM' 63% 24%.
St. Joe Furniture 61% 26%
Pepsi Cola 58% 29%
Sandpipers 55% 32%
Muphy's 37 51
Early's Hardware 32 56
Dollar General 25 62
Renfro 19 69


real objective is to provide
only those plant nutrients
. that your soil doesn't already
have in amounts large enough
for vegetable production.
For the sandy soils that are
so common in Florida, we.
usually recommend a 8-8 or
10-10-10. For muck or peat
soils, which are already high
in organic matter, we recqm-
mend something like a 4-12-12
or 5-10-15. The best method to
determine which fertilizer is
best for your soil' is to have
your soil analyzed. Then you
can choose the best suited to
your needs.
For sandy soils, and other
soils with low nitrogen, you
will need between two and five
pounds of fertilizer for every
100 square feet of garden. On
organic soils, you. will need
one or two pounds of fertilizer
per 100 square feet
You should divide the
amount of fertilizer called for
into two applications. About
half should be broadcast in the
garden a week or two before
planting. The rest should be.
ippied in shallow furrows on
ioth sides of the seeds rows at
planting time. This procedure
is called banding. The furrows
should be about six inches
apart, and only two or three
inches deep. Spread the fertil-
izer evenly in the furrows, and
then fill with soil.


.ESTATE


Saturday, March 7, 1981


PROPERTY TO BE SOLD:


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Section of Land (640 Acres) Described as Section 25 TWP 2 North,
Range 9 West, Calhoun County, Florida. Located Southeast of Town
of Altha in Calhoun County and Commonly Referred to as
"Flats" or "Flat Woods". This section of land is excellent for farming or Timber
Growth and the section is surrounded on three (3)
sides by County Graded Roads.
Recently surveyed with up to date abstract.


4 Bedroom Brick Home situated on 6.83 Acres and Located North
of Altha, Calhoun County, Florida at the Intersection of State Road
No. 71 and the Altho Farmers Co-op Road.
Brick Home consists of 1624 sq. ft. in heated area and
751 sq. ft. in 2 car garage and utility room. Centrally
heated, built in dish washer, 2 bathrooms with water
well and septic tank.

*,..... SALE OF PROPERTY""


TO BEGIN AT 11:00 A.M. C.D.T.


In Front of Brick Home For

Both Parcels of Property.
This Property may be Inspected 3 hours prior to sale.

,, *TERMS OF.SALE ON PROPERTY *, ,
5% Down at the Sale by Successful Bidder with Balance Due in 30 Days.
Seller Retains the Right to Refuse Any and All Bids


DIRECTIONS TO

SALE OF PROPERTY
Travel North of Altha, Florida, on State Road 71,
to the intersection of the first paved road intersecting
State Road 71 from the East. (Approximately 2 miles
north of Altha City limits) At intersecting paved road,
Altha Farmers Co-op sign is visible and brick home is
situated at said intersection.
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PHILIP J. KNIGHT

ATTORNEY FOR
THE ESTATE


1-904-674-5676

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S201 Long Avenue


Phone 229-8222


THE STAR, Port St. Joe Fla. Thursday, Feb. 26, 1981


GULF ACCOUNTING


SERVICE, Inc.
C. W. BROCK, President

321 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe


Bookkeeping Tax Returns



25% Discount
for Persons 65
Short Form or Older


Tax Return $7.50



Phone 229-6332

OFFICE HOURS: Mon. Friday, 9-5,

or call for Saturday appointment.


SALE-


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MATURING
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MORNING WORSHIP ................ 11:00 A.M.,
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EVENING WORSHIP ................. 7:00 P.M.j
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