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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: August 6, 1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880

FORTY-FOURTH YEAR, NUMBER 49


THE STAR

Industry- Deep Water Port- Fine People Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1981


Lunch Prices Increased


Schools Will Charge $1.00 for Noon Meal


Parents of school age children will experience
first hand the austerity program of President
Ronald Reagan when school starts this year. The
federal cut-back in funds will be experienced when
parents dig up $1.00 to pay for school lunches for
pupils in the new school year. /
Tuesday morning, the Gulf County School
Board, after considerable deliberation, set the new
$1.00 school lunch rate as the charge which would be
needed to continue serving hot, nutritious lunches
from the- school cafeterias. Students receiving
reduced price lunches will pay 40 cents and adults
will pay $1.50 in the new lunch pricing schedule.
Although the lunches were increased in price,
e Board was able to come up with a price which
was lower than many of the area school districts.
Lunch prices in the Panhandle range from one as
low as 75 cents to a high of $1.25. Most schools are
selling lunches at $1.15 to $1.25 for the coming school


year.
Severe federal spending cuts being activated by
the new administration in Washington is causing the
increase in lunch prices. In the past, the federal
government has subsidized school lunches through
cash contributions and furnishing food through the
commodity program to supplement local purchas-
es. A loss of these subsidies puts the school board in
the position of financing the entire lunch program
with local funds.
Wilder said the school board was reluctant to
subsidize the lunch program with local tax funds.
"Our local tax dollars are already hard-pressed
with state limits, to finance other needs at the
school."
According to Wilder, the most significant
factor attributed to the increase in lunch prices is
found in a hew wave of federal spending cuts
affecting many federal programs in the public


schools. To a lesser degree, soaring food costs and
increased utility costs also are a contributing
factor.
Wilder said, "Gulf County's price of $1.00 per
student is about average for the area. The $1.00 cost
will, if many factors do not change, keep the food
service program in the schools providing nutritional
meals for all students and will also reduce the
necessity of diverting large sums of normal tax
dollars to supplement the food service program."
The School Board knew they would have to take
a look at this service at the end of the last school
year, when they were notified the federal
government would no longer participate in the
program. "We have spent the summer looking at
the problem and arriving at a price which would
cover the cost of preparing the meals and still offer
as much economy as possible to the student",
Wilder said.


Repairs Finished On Water Well


Repairs to Caved-In Well Corrects Problems In Another


A report to the City Com-
mission this week from Rowe
Drilling Company said repairs
have been completed to the
City's 400-foot deep water well
which caved in recently, set-
ting off a chain reaction which
also caused a shallow well a
few hundred feet away to go


dry also.
The two wells, acquired by
the City from St. Joe Paper
Company were part of a line of
16 wells which supplied fresh
water to the local paper mill
until the early 1950's.
Rowe's report said the deep
well was recased with a 12


City's Water


' Plant Best In


Northwest Fla.
The City of Port St. Joe has come up with what is almost
a collector's item this week, with a letter or praise from the
Department of Environmental Regulation.
A letter this week from the DER notified the City of
Port St. Joe that the city's water plant had been chosen as
the "Plant of the Year" in the Northwest District of
Florida. The award was earned for operations, quality of
water provided in the city, and meeting EPA
requirements as the ideal water treatment plant.
As a rule, a communication from DER is telling a
community what is wrong or what phase of operations is not
meeting standards. The letter from DER last week was a
surprise to the City, even though it was a welcome surprise.
The City of Port St. Joe will be presented an award for
the accomplishment of its water treatment operation at the
annual meeting of the Florida Water and Pollution Control
Operators Association in Gainesville on September 2. A story
outlining the local water treatment plant's operations will
also be featured in "Overflow", a monthly magazine
published by the FWPCOA.
The award is an honor for any city and verifies that the
water system is meeting all EPA requirements for providing
good, clean, unpolluted water for its customers.
It's nice to know you're doing something right.


inch casing and the water
reservoir lowered to nearly
400 feet. Test pumping at a
rate of 500 gallons per minute
over a 24-hour period indicat-
ed the well was producing
sufficient water for the City's
needs.
Rowe has surmised that the
water pocket at the bottom of
the well caved in, causing the
casing to rupture at about the
water level of the adjoining
shallow well, which was some


100 feet deep. The powerful
pump in the deep well then
pumped water from the shal-
low well aquifer, pumping the
shallow well dry. The shallow
well has since recovered to
normal and is being tested
before being put back into
production.
Before either well can began
producing again, pumps must
be overhauled. The pumps
burned out bearings when the
two wells went dry from the


Walking Lawton Chiles

Meeting Here with Clubs


Port St. Joe's men's civic
clubs will be hosting a visit
by U.S. Senator Lawton
Chiles here in the' city on
Tuesday of next week.
The three clubs, Lions,
Kiwanis and Rotary, will
meet with Senator Chiles at
a dinner meeting to be
served at the St. Joseph
Bay Country Club at noon
next Tuesday.
Senator Chiles will be


speaking to the club mem-
bers and their guests pre-
sent at the luncheon meet-
ing. Non-members of the
civic clubs wishing to at-
tend should contact any
member of either club to
place his name on the
dinner list.
The luncheon meeting
will open Senator Chiles'
1982 campaign for his re-
election to the U.S. Senate.


cave-in.
In the meantime, the City is
drawing its water supply from
the single deep well which
remained in production sup-
plemented with water from
,the paper company fresh
water canal.
'Engineers will be in Port St.
Joe next week, examining the
repairs, the test results and
the extent of damage to the
underwater pumps before
they are sent off for repair.
CLOSING ALLEY
St. Joe Paper Company
made a request to the City this
past .week to close an alley
- which is dedicated between
Ninth and Tenth Streets
across the old elementary
school property on Long Ave-
numie. Nedley said the company
is dealing with a firm for the
property who has no use for
the alley and wants that
portion closed.
Residents on the west end of
the alley, from the back side of
the old school property to
Monument Avenue, have also
requested that their portion of
the alleyway be closed and
(Continued On Page Eight)


After a long and dry spring
and summer drought, the
local rains which have whet-
ted the thirst of the Panhandle
the past few weeks almost
seem to be the deluge which
has broken the drought. "Not
so", says Emily Simmons,
who keeps a daily record of
rainfall in Port St. Joe. "Even


with the showers we have been
getting, rainfall in the area for
July is still a little below
average for the month". Mrs.
Simmons says Port St. Joe has
received only 9.2 inches of
precipitation during July, just
barely average for the month.
In comparison, Port St. Joe
received 20.6 inches of rainfall


in July of 1975.
August is starting off a little
better and shows more prom-
ise of alleviating the dry (and
fry) weather experienced
from the latter part of April to
the middle-of July. August has
already produced 3.2 inches of
rainfall, through Tuesday.
Most of the August rainfall fell
in one day, with two inches
measured Monday afternoon
in a short period of time.
While the drought isn't
broken, it is at least slightly
bent.


Helen Ramsey, director, files part of Gulf County's library of videotapes.



Material Center


In a time of cut-back, Gulf County
Schools has provided an office of special
services, located at Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School.
The School Board hasn't created a new
agency. The services offered in the new
office were scattered all over the county in
a loose operation. Now, these specialized
services have all been brought under one
roof with one supervisor managing the
various functions.
In the refurbished facility, a growing
collection of videotapes is housed along
with the career education materials.
Teachers use the new offices to plan and
compile materials for special programs,


or request certain teaching aids by phone
or writing a request.
The new location provides a central
clearing house for the specialized teaching
aids as well as provides a meeting place
and expertise for -several specialized
operations of the schools, such as Titlc I
Parent Advisory Committees, Exception-
al Student education and planning, Career
Education, Student Services, Volunteer
Services and the Audio Visual equipment
and library.
Helen Ramsey and her staff provide
the service to teachers, administrators,
parents and students in a combined effort
to provide quality education for- Gulf
County students.


Board Examines Hospitals;



Third Offer Is Received


S i din D of the vacation they have left, getting in a little fishing from
Sum m er W finding D ow n the pier at the west end of Fifth Street in St. Joseph Bay. The
pier has been a favorite gathering spot for kids all summer
With the coming of August, summer vacation is winding long, fishing, swimming and boating. The pier has furnished
down and it will soon be back to the nine months of school, this favorite summer pass-time for youngsters for at least 50
work, some holidays and the promise of cool weather ahead. years and never seems to become any less popular as the
The two young boys In the picture above are making the most years go by. -Star photo


Members of the Board of


Tapper Is

Named to

Authority
Governor Bob Graham
has announced the reap-
pointment of George G.
Tapper to the Port St. Joe
Port Authority in Gulf
County.
Tapper, 64, of Port St.
Joe, is the owner of a real
estate company. He is
chairman of the Port Au-
thority and has served as a
member for the past six
years. Tapper is also chair-
man of the Gulk Coast
Community College Board.
His new term will expire
January 27, 1985.
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Directors of Municipal Hospi-
tal took to the air in two trips
during the past week to
inspect hospital operations
carried on by two corporations
which have made bids for
purchasing Municipal Hospi-
tal. The purpose of the trips
was to see what kind of
medical services the corpora-
tions offered in other hospitals
they operated and what kind
of medical services Port St.
Joe could expect to have if the
hospital were sold.
Today, representatives of
Baptist Hospital in Jackson-
ville will be in Port St. Joe
making a third offer for the
local facility, after they look
at Municipal and inspect its
equipment.
Last Thursday, Directors
Bill Fleming, Alton Fennell
and Wesley R. Ramsey, along
with hospital administrator
Richard Zyski went to Punta
Gorda, Orlando, Apopka,
Zephyrhills and Dade City to


look at hospitals operated by
Sunbelt Corporation, a subsid-
iary of the Seventh Day
Adventist Church group. Mon-
day, Directors Frank Pate
and Bill Fleming, along with
Zyski and Dr. Eli Vizcarra,
went to Bonifay and Leesburg
to inspect operations of the U.
S. Health Corporation.
Both corporations offered
excellent medical services
from well-run institutions.
Fleming and Zyski, who went
on both trips, reported to the
City Commission meeting
Tuesday night that both opera-
tions were about equal in
services and facilities with
U.S. Health being more in-
volved in community activi-
ties than Sunbelt.
Both groups talked to doc-
tors in the hospitals visited,
private citizens, patients and
hospital personnel as well as
corporate executives and ac-
tual inspection of the hospital
facilities.


. An inspection will probably
be made of Baptist facilities if.
the other aspects of their offer;
are equal or better than has
been received thus far.
Next Tuesday, the Commis-:
sion, acting as the Board of.
Directors of Municipal, will'
meet to discuss all three offers
and make a decision as to
which one they would recom-
mend to be considered to
purchase Municipal.
A public hearing will then be
arranged to allow local input
into the matter, with the
decision to be made at the
hearing on whether or not to
actually sell the local institu-
tion.
Both offers made to date are
for a purchase price of $1
million, though the offer of
U.S. Corp., is for cash and
Sunbelt's offer consists of
$300,000 down and $100,000 a
year for seven years at 10
percent interest.


201 Per Copy


July Rainfall About Normal


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Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, AUGUST 6,1981


We really hate tp take the stand
against the DER and EPA because
we are not advocates of raping the
land nor its resources.
The environmental orgahiza-
:tions do such crazy things at times,
however, we just can't help our-
'selves. We are so appealed at some
o::f their rulings.
Tommy Pitts gave us another
food for thought the other day
concerning one of DER's rulings
for Gulf County.
: As you know by now, the DER
: .is insisting that Gulf County bury
its garbage at least five feet above
: our ground water level and cover
4he garbage with at least two and a
h half feet of earth. Here in the Port
: St. Joe area, the ground water level
L is about three feet under the
"ground, making their criteria
-useless to Gulf County, since, using
S3heir depth guidelines, we would be
burying our garbage under water.
Therein lies the reason the
DER is being so hard on Gulf
County and its landfill program.
S In the north end of the county,
in the Buckhorn area, the county
has its only approved landfill
operation, some 30 miles from Port
: St. Joe and even farther from the
beaches. In this site, the DER will
allow Gulf County to bury garbage,
since doing it as DER requires will
S lace the garbage some seven feet
.above the ground water.
Following their guidelines is
...supposed to keep garbage from
tT


Cheap At
Probably one of the most
healthful moves Gulf County has
made is the present project of
6 trying to secure a public' water"
system for the Beaches and White
City.
While we question the actions
; of DER and EPA at times for some
of the things they require of us, we
agree with them that in our
location there is an extra-ordinary
need for care concerning pollution
but from a health standpoint more
so than from an ecological stand-
point.
Just a few years back, the
County Commission installed a
public water system in Oak Grove,
and set the program up so the
people of Oak Grove would pay for
it. The system is working out great,
both from a water service stand-
point and an economic venture.
White City has a sizeable
population to be forced to get its
drinking water and put its sewage
into the ground on the same small


polluting ground water.
Pitts says DER has their rules
for Gulf County just backward.
The garbage landfill at Buck-
horn is over some good, clean
water which could be used for
human consumption. He feels that
eventually the garbage could leach
into this clean, pure water.
In the south end of the county,
the water is polluted by mother
nature with tannic acids and other
natural chemicals to the point
where it is unfit for human
consumption. The water is used
largely for yard and garden
irrigation.
Pitts says why not go ahead
and bury garbage in water which is
already polluted by mother nature
and not bury it over water which is
pure and clear. He makes sense,
but DER doesn't think so.
Our own argument is that we
are urged to use the same
ingredients which go to the gar-
bage dump to make compost for
our gardens and yards. We are told
how much more healthful this
compost is over fertilizer. If these
ingredients are good to produce
foodstuff even better than 8-8-8-
why is it such a danger to our water
supply?
We wouldn't particularly want
to drink water which came out
from under a garbage landfill, but,
neither do we want to drink any of
the ground surface water in south
Gulf County without a considerable
amount of treatment.



wice Price

building lot. The Beaches are in a
more, precarious- situation, since
" they havea"deniser population than
does White City and have the
disadvantage of porous sand to get
their water from and place their
sewage in the ground -alongside. It
would seem their situation is even
more potentially explosive than
White City.
Engineers report the average
water bill in these areas will be in
the neighborhood of $20 a month or
a little less. That seems to us to be a
small price to pay to eliminate the
very present possibility of having
to drink polluted water, not to
mention the dependability of hav-
ing a central water system, gush-
ing forth clean, fresh water at the
turn of a handle.
With savings on water soften-
er.. well operation and mainten-
ance and other water producing
problems, it would seem to us that
the water system would be cheap at
twice the price.


Watching the World Go By


Steer Your Footsteps to God


By Rev. Adolph Bedsole
Wewahitchka Baptist Church
It happened more than 40
years ago. I heard about it at
the Alabama Baptist Conven-
tion which was meeting in
Montgomery, Alabama in the
late 1930's.
Dr. F. M. Barnes was the
Executive Secretary of the
State Convention. During the
convention, he related an
experience he had in conduct-
ing a revival in a country
church.
Dr. Barnes was the visiting
evangelist for the revival. The
pastor had carried him to visit
a lost mother and two lost
teen-age daughters.
The mother was rather
flippant about the matter of
becoming a Christian. She
always tried to side-track the
soul winner with a joke or
some humorous word. How-
ever, she was very cordial to
the pastor and Dr. Barnes
during the week. She and her
daughters attended the revi-
val services, but on the last
day of the revival neither the
mother nor the teen-age
daughters had made any
commitments to Christ.
By the time the last day of
the revival came this family
had become a heavy burden
on the heart of Dr. Barnes.
They still had not been able to
meet and deal with the father
in the family.
The pastor and the evan-
gelist were making more
soul-winning visits on that last
day.
Dr. Barnes insisted that
they make one last call in an
effort to reach this mother and
her daughters.
They found the mother out
back doing the family wash
for the week. When she saw
Dr. Barnes coming around the
house, she came to meet him,
drying her hands on her
apron. Again, she started
jesting to Dr. Barnes about
him not being able to "get
her" during the revival.
"Lady," said Dr. Barnes, "I
am in no mood for jesting
today. I have just a few words
to say to you and then if you
are determined to go on to hell
that will be up to you."
"It is bad enough for you to
go to bell alone but for you to
stand in the way of those two
daughters is a terrible thing.
You see, you are carrying
them to hell with you."
"So, I want to suggest that
you go down to that creek
behind your house and drown
yourself-and go on to hell if
you are bent on it. But, if you
will drown yourself, you will
be out of the way of those
daughters. Perhaps, then they
will be saved."
With that, Dr. Barnes
turned abruptly and left the
speechless woman in a daze.
As Dr. Barnes stood to


preach in that last service, he
saw this mother come in and
find a place in the back of the
church. Her husband and the
two daughters were with her.
Dr. Barnes said that hus-
band was a giant of a man and
he figured the man had come
to thrash him after the service


was over. So, with some
apprehension, Dr. Barnes
preached the last revival
service.
When he gave the invitation,
that mother was the first to
step out. She was followed by
her husband and the two
teen-age daughters.. The


entire family was saved in
that service-after the mother
led the way.
There are times when,
under the leadership of the
Holy Spirit, harsh tactics may
be needed to move some
people to be saved.
Are you standing in the way


of your companion or child-
ren? Remember, this may be
true without you or your
family knowing it.
So, as you watch the world
go by, steer your footsteps
toward God. Those you love
and who love you may be
waiting to follow you.


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Yes'm, Everyone SHOULD!


Dear Wesley,
True, women' are great
buyers. If it's on sale, one
can't miss out on a bargain,
buy it and put it away for some
day you may need it, if not,
give it to Aunt Mae for
Christmas.
However, to put you straight
about the big bargain Nancy
Reagan found in the bowl for
the Prince and Lady Diana.
Sorry, but Mrs. Reagan said


that she had nothing to do with
buying the bowl. The Heads of
State did the buying and a
large discount was given
because it was from the
United States. I guess Mrs.
Reagan got the credit because
she is known for buying
bargains.
Now, what can Charles and
Diana do with an $8000.00
bowl? They can do with it as
was done with a large cut


glass vase at my Mother's. As
many years as I can remem-
ber, this large vase sat on a
table in the living room. The
rubber bands that came on
newspaper were dropped in
the vase, also a pack of
matches, string, a screw, you
name it and it went into this
lovely vase. Two years ago I
was at Mother's, I dumped all
the things out and washed it. I
did not realize how beautiful it


was. I took it and had it
appraised. I just about passed
out when he told me its worth-
$5000.00. So you see the Prince
and his Lady can use the bowl
for a catch it all. Everyone
should have one, don't you
think?
Margie Moss
Mexico Beach
P.S.- The vase is no longer on
the table but on the mantel out
of reach.


It Seems the More Often IRetire the Better the Parties and Gifts Become


SEVERAL WEEKS AGOthe choir
of the Long Avenue Baptist Church
gave me a party.
For about 20 of the past 28 years, I
had been the choir leader at the Long
Avenue Baptist Church and recently,
the church secured the services of a
professionals at the job, one Mark Don-
nell. Mark is the third professional our
church has had for this job in its 28 year
history, and the most likeable one of the
lot.
Mark's coming was my third
retirement from the music directorship
of the church, and my third retirement
. party.
- This latest party was a secret.
- Everyone in the church knew about it
: but me. They caught me off guard.
It seems to me the retirement
parties get better and better. This last
one was a posh affair. It didn't compare
to the reception held for Prince Charles
and Lady Di, but it was a close second.
Prince Charles and Lady Di just got our
$75,000 Steuben glass bowl for a
.-present, along with a few other
gim-cracks from other nations, but I


had a real present at my retirement
party. I received a fine Garcia
Ambassador 5000 reel and a graphite
rod to put it on.
If ever I have to take that job at the


the emergency room as a main part of
his practice and see a few patients on
the side.
Since that time, his work in the
emergency room has almost become a


have to to be available seven days a
week.
Anyhow, back to the point.
Over the past few years we have
had several new doctors come to town,


ETAOI NSfLi

.y: WisleyR. Ramsey
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church over again, I will be eagerly
looking forward to my fourth retire-
ment to see how they can top the last
retirement party and retirement gift.

WE HAVE US a new doctor to keep.
I know it, because of the signs I see.
Several months ago, Dr. Eulogio
(call him Eli) Vizcarra, the Philippine
Phlash, came to Port St. Joe to serve in


sideline, with his sizeable practice
taking the major portion of his time.
Eli is a small man with a big love
for practicing medicine. I was talking
to him the other day and asked him how
he could work the schedule he does. "I
like what I'm doing," he said. I don't
think he likes to practice medicine to
the point where he would pay you to get
to heal your ills, but he likes it! He'd


stay a while and then pack up and
leave. They couldn't get rich in less
than a year, so they sought greener
pastures.
Eli is different. He is here to stay.
There's no doubt about it.
The other day I caught him eating
supper at the oyster bar at Florida Boy
Seafood. He has now become a raw
oyster eater, so we have him for good.


I WAS READING the Chiefland
Citizen, owned and published by my
friend and former employee, Walter
Wilson, the other day and he was
reminiscing.
Walter must be getting old; he has
taken to reminiscing often here of late.
Walter was reminiscing about the
old days of the hot lead method of
building a newspaper each week. He
was mostly remembering the heat and
the hard nasty work of the method now
gone.
If you had ever gone through it, you
would have no trouble remembering.
Walter was wondering what made
otherwise sane people go through this
agony on a weekly basis for a bare
existence to a mediocre living. It was
long hard work and not many weekly
publishers are still around who don't
remember almost a weekly ritual of
working most of the night on Wednes-
day to get the paper in the mail.
I remember the sun coming up
more than a few times on a Thursday
morning. I didn't rightly know if it ever


came up the other days of the week or
not. It could have come up at 2 o'clock
in the morning and I would not have
known the difference. '
The few kind words and
seeming eagerness of people to
their hands on the paper Thursday
must have been the tonic which kept us
going in those days.
The process is confining and work
enough as it is now with electronic
machines, cameras and high speed
presses to get the job done.
Things change and we get accus-
tomed to them. Now, we fuss and fume
if we go beyond 5:30 on a Wednesday
without having the week's edition
finished.
There is enough hurry, work and
sweat on the days prior to Wednesday
to make us remember what use to be
and the paper still has to go into the
mails every Thursday, reminding us
that we can't drag around too much,
even with a computer typesetter, which
will spit out type at an unbelievable
rate and doesn't need us to melt up the
first bar of type metal to feed it.


TIDES

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


is feet above or below the
mean water line.


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


High Ht. Low
526 1.1 1705
527 1.2 1616
555 1.4 1648 .4
635 1.5 1725 .3
716 1.6 1804 .2
803 1.7 1844 .2
849 1.7 1926 .2
936 1.8 2005 .2


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Letters to the Editor


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1981


All School-Age Children Must



Have Up-to-Date Immunizations


Beach Baptist Chapel Schedules V.B.S.

Vacation Bible School has Grade Six will be held from You are invited to join in for
been scheduled at Beach 8:00 A.M. until 12:00. Bible study, music, refresh-
Baptist Chapel, St. Joe Beach, The youth and adults will ments and games. If you need
for August 10-14. meetfrom 7:00P.M. until 9:30 a ride, call 648-5026.


Classes for Nursery through


P.M.


Immunization against seven diseases will be
required for all Florida school children-kinder-
garten through 12th grade public and non-public
schools and public preschools-by a new law
signed July 2 by Gov. Bob Graham.
Under the old law, only those children
entering school for the first time were required
to show proof of immunity against polio,
diphtheria, measles, rubella, whooping cough,
mumps and tetanus. ,
Dr. James T. Howell, state health officer and
director of the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services Health Program Office,
described the new law as "model legislation."
"At last we can effectively control and
possibly eliminate the transmission of commun-
icable diseases in our school population," he
stated.
Howell noted that Florida currently ac-
counts for about one-sixth of all measles cases in
the U.S., due mainly to infections being brought
in by tourists.
"We're committed to a national goal of


eradicating indigenous measles from the U.S. by
October, 1982," he stated. "With this new
authority, that goal may be reached."

SHOTS AVAILABLE
Immunizations are available from pri-
vate physicians, or county health depart-
ment. Pre-school shots are available at the
Gulf County Health Department office here in
Port St. Joe every Tuesday from 9:00 a.m., to
12:00 noon. In Wewahitchka, immunizations
may be given at the Gulf County Health Clinic
on Monday and Wednesday afternoons from
1:00 to 4:00 p.m.


Enforcement of the new law will be a shared
responsibility of HRS and the boards or
governing bodies of public and private schools.
Records of each child's immunizations must be
in his or her file and must be transferred with


other records when the child changes schools.
Students may be excluded from attendance
pending compliance.
Other sections of the act require:
-Physicians, osteopaths and chiropractors
to indicate whether or not they accept Medicare
assignment when applying for a new license or
renewal.
-Non-public schools to provide scoliosis
screening for all students at appropriate age
levels and to include records of results in
student's file.
-Parents to assume responsibility for their
children's immunization compliance.
-Exemption of school boards, governing
bodies of non-public schools and school employ-
ees from any liability that may result from
scoliosis screening or administration of vac-
cines.
-County health officials to have authority to
declare a communicable disease emergency and
to exclude non-immunized children from school
during the emergency period.


OBITUARIES:


Retiring Park Ranger, Dick Boyer, left, Luther Roth, the new Museum director.
turns the keys of Constitution Museum over to -Star photo


Dick Boyer Retires As


Museum Administrator


Dick Boyer, who has served
as Administrator and Ranger
at Constitution Convention
State Museum is retiring
today after spending 10%
years with the Florida Park
Service.
Ranger Boyer was born in
the state of Arkansas and
spent most of his young life.
there and attended the Univer-
sity of Arkansas. He moved to
Florida in 1936 and helped
with the construction of the
Paper Mill. When the mill
started operation in 1938, Dick
continued as an employee of
the mill until 1939, leaving
there to attend business col-
lege in Atlanta, Ga. After
completing business college,
he again returned to Port St.
Joe where he was employed at
the Paper Mill until an injury
forced him to leave in Septem-
ber, 1940.
Dick then joined the Army
Air Corps and served two
k ears andwas discharged as
Aviation Cadet. After leav-
the Air Corps, he moved to
California for several years
and was employed as a heavy
equipment operator and con-
struction in Okinawa from
1946 to 1948.
Upon returning to the
United States, he accepted a
position as foreman of a
transportation corporation,
where he spent 26 months in
Iceland. Again upon returning
to the U.S.A., he completed a
course in radio broadcasting
and obtained a first class
engineer's license in radio and
television. After spending
several years in radio broad-
casting, Dick accepted a posi-
tion with the Florida Park

Jazzercise

Classes On

Tuesday
S Jazzercise classes will be
on Tuesday nights at the
tennial Building from 7:00
to 8:00 p.m. The classes
started Tuesday, August 4,
and are being sponsored by
the Gulf County Recreation
Department.


Service as a museum guide at
Eden State Park in January,
1971. He served there for one
month, moving from there to
the Constitution Museum as
Ranger and Administrator,
where he has served for 10%
years.
Ranger Boyer is well ad-
versed in the history of North
and Northwest Florida, and
has received many personal
letters from both state and out
of state visitors to the Museum
thanking him for his courteous.
service and commending him
for his knowledge on the
history of this part of Florida
and how it was settled.
Mr. Boyer states that he will
spend his time playing golf,
going fishing, working in his
yard, and will still be at the,
Museum on a part time basis
after September 1st. The
Florida Park Service com-
mends Ranger Boyer for his
dedication and loyalty to the
Division of Recreation and
Parks, and wishes him well in
his retirement.
Assuming Ranger Boyer's
position will be Ranger Luther
Roth. Ranger Roth and his
family will be moving from


Panama City where they have
resided for 10 years and Mr.
Roth served as Ranger at St.
Andrews State Recreation
Area.


Funeral Services Held

for Ardis E. McCants, 63
Ardis Edmund "Mac" member of Kappa Alpl
McCants, 63, of Mexico Beach Fraternity, Society of Profe
and Trussville, Alabama was sional Journalists, Sign
buried July 29 in Hartford, Delta Chi and a member
Alabama. other professional and civ
Mr. McCants was a former organizations.
resident of Tallahassee. He He is survived by his wil
was a retired BIRMINGHAM Mary Herndon McCants;
NEWS copy editor. Before son, Donald Leslie McCani
coming to the NEWS he U.S. Navy, New Orleans; tw
worked on newspapers in daughters, Mrs. Laura Re
Georgia and Alabama. He had dick and Mrs. Elizabe
been with the NEWS 20 years Hughins, both of Birminghai
before retiring in 1978. He was two grandsons, Bonard ]
a former president of the Hughins and Jason W. Re
Alabama Associated Press dick.
Association. The family suggests ai
McCants was an elder of the memorials be sent to the Fir
First Presbyterian Church of Presbyterian Church of Pc
Trussville, having served as St. Joe.
clerk of the session for 12
years. Father of Local
A veteran of World War Father of Loca]
serving in the Pacific TheaterWoman Dies
more than three years, Mr. OmanDies
McCants was a retired lieu- Funeral services for Llo;
tenant commander in the U.S. M. Pelham were held o
Naval Reserve. August 1 at Popular Sprin
He attended Emory Univer- Baptist Church in Chiple
sity in Atlanta and was a with Rev. John Hicks official
Card of Thanks ing. Intermentwas ai' Ne
ard of hanks Hope Cemetery in South A]
I would like to take this bama.
opportunity to thank the Gulf Mr. Pelham died sudden
County Sheriff's Office for on July 28 in Titusvile. He
their excellent service in survived by five sons, Merli
recoveringmy property stolen and H. L. Pelham of Titv
from my automobile this past vile, Bill Pelham of Gaine
weekend. ville, Howard and Reg Pe
The people who took the ham of Augusta, Ga.; eo
items were from out-of-state.. daughter, Virginia Arnold
Thanks goes especially to Port St.Joe, and 12 grand
Deputies Johnson and children.
McCloud for their excellence
in recovering my property. i
Mr. Frank E. Hardin I THESE AI


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Mental Counseling Can Help You



Through "Rough Spots" of Life


: "I'm Not Crazy" their co-workers. A larg
By Brenda Moore, B.S.W. number of people seek help fo
Social Worker problems in their marriage
: "I don't need it", "I can These people may be having
-2andle my own problems", troubles talking with eac
there'ses nothing wrong", other or may be arguing ove
."That happens to other money matters. Others in
:people", "I must be crazy if I volved with mental health
.need counseling..." These are services may be children wh
]some of the ideas expressed are doing poorly in school, o
:-every day by people who have are not getting along with th
:been referred for mental other students. The children
iealth counseling, may be referred for testing
Historically, psychiatrists The testing helps to determine
.ind psychologists were seen the source of the probleir
only by those people who had Other people have a difficult
..nervous breakdowns". To- time adjusting to changes i
.day many people see these their life such as moving o
same professionals for dif- even retirement for example
:ferent reasons. They are not Others come into counseling
all mentally ill. In Gulf County as a growth experience; the:
::,774 client contacts were want to learn more about
-.oenducted last year. Of the themselves and make som
-tital caseload, only 27 percent changes in their lives. Man
were ex-mental patients. Se- people are experiencing de
Hty-three percent were per- pression and want help deaJ
sons who had never had any ing with it. There are those
kind of psychiatric hospitali- who have experienced serious
zations. emotional disturbances an
These people, and people need help rebuilding thei
across the country, ask for lives.
oimnseling for many different Every day ordinary people
repsons. Some people felt seek help from trained mental
-nervous and as a result have health professionals. The:
.trouble getting through the want help getting through th
"day. Others were having prob- "rough spots" of life. The Gul
-leins on their job; sometimes County Guidance Clinic i
they aren't getting along with here to help. If you, o

Women of Church


Rear About Alcohol
". -Mrs. Tunnie Miller of the film, "Pink Elephant", show
-rulf County branch of the ing the stages of alcholhism
Panhandle Alcoholic Council and gave a resume of th
.poke to the Presbyterian treatment and programs fo
'Momen of the Church Mon- the alcoholic and his or he
.-ay, August 3, at the home of family.
!Mrs. Stiles Brown. Mrs. Harold Beyer gave th
.-:-.Mrs. Miller stated that devotional based on Isaia
"acoholism was on the in- 45:18-23; 49:1-6. Mrs. Beye
erease in young people and stated the Israelites wer
Ise was seeing more 13 to 19 "chosen" to spread the wor
fear olds than any other age as servants of God, as today
sVoup. Concerning the effects we are chosen to bring a
4ofalcohol, Mrs. Miller stated people into the family of God
,4-iat cirrhosis of the liver by free assent.
.W.buld ensue after 15 years of The September meeting wi
&drinking in a man of 45, three be held August 31 because o
4ofYve years in a woman of the Labor Day. Mrs.' Leslie Spi]
,june age and 18 to 20 months lers will be hostess for Atigu
in a pre-teen or teenager. 31, and Mrs. Stiles Brown wi
.: .Mrs. Miller presented a give the devotional.


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problems in dealing with Clinic at 227-1145 or come by at St. Joe.


Musical At

M.B. Methodist
The Mexico Beach Metho-
dist Church, 22nd Street at
Mexico Beach, will be present-
ing a Musical Program Sun-
day morning at 9:00 C.T.
The church extends a wel-
come to the Public to come
and enjoy the program to be
presented by Carol Wise,
accompanied by Mary Anne
Pennington.

Band Members

Report to School
All new marching band
members are to report to the
Band Room today and tomor-
row, August 6 and 7, at 9:00
A.M.
All returning marching
band members, majorettes,
rifle corps, and sharkettes will
report to the Band Room on
August 10 at 9:00 A.M.

Lemond Daniels

Haie New Son
Mr. and Mrs. Lemond
Daniels announce the birth of
their son, Christopher Norris
Daniels. 'He was born Satur-
day, July 25, at 6:35 A.M.,
weighing 7 lbs., 7% oZ.


Mr. and Mrs. Davis Stouta- the engagement and ap-
S. and Mrs.Robert L.
Wayne MeKierna Connie Stoutamire


Po ill Wed

Mr. and Mrs. Davis Stouta- the engagement and ap-
mire are proud to announce preaching marriage of their
daughter, Connie Frances, to
Welliam Wayne McKiernan,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.

Port St. Joe High School and is




Her fiance is ai 1975 graduate

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water Treatment Plant of Port






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-Star photo


Five Livi ng Generations


In S. C.
Pictured above are f
generations. A son born
cently to Mr. and Mrs.


Rush Franklin Combs


Happy Four
Rush Franklin Combs cele-
brated his fourth birthday
with a Chug-a-Long Choo Choo
party at his home on July 1st.
Rush is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Glen F. Combs of 2005
Juniper Ave;
Helping Rush celebrate this
special day were his big
brothers, Ashley and Robert;
his cousins, Dana Swatts,
Brett Hanson and Jeff Wil-
liams, along with many of his
friends.
Rush is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Williams of
Dalkeith and Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. Combs of Atlanta, Ga.


GARC Board Will Meet Tuesday


SI


Pre-Plan
funeral arrangements

is a concept offering
many advantages to
those wishing to relieve
their families of added
burden during a sorrow-
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information at:
229-8111 L


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Licensed Funeral Directors


The Gulf County Association
for Retarded Citizens Board of
Directors will meet Tuesday,
August 11. The meeting will be


held at the Gulf County Adult
Activity Center at 4:00 p.m.
All member are urged to
attend.


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Dr. and Mrs. 'Thomas D.
Davis announce the engage-
ment and approaching marri-
age of their daughter, Claudia
Lynne, to Henry Clifford Mul-
lins, III. Mr. Mullins is the son
of Mrs. Jo Ann B. Mullins and
Dr. Henry C. Mullins of
Fairhope, Alabama.
Miss Davis is a graduate of
St. Paul's Episcopal School of
Mobile, Alabama and Auburn
University where she received
a Bachelor of Fine Arts
Degree. She is employed with
Jean King and Associates of


Mobile.
Mr. Mullins graduated from
Fairhope High School and
Auburn University where he
received a Bachelor of Science
Degree. He is employed with
Crawford Beverage, Inc. of
Montrose, Alabama.
The wedding ceremony will
be August 29 at 5:30 p.m. in the
Fairhope United Methodist
Church.
Miss Davis is the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James R. Guilford of Over-
street.


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Pridgeon Family
five mond Daniels made the fifth Shown above, from left
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Le- of Mrs. S. C. Pridgeon of White iels holding the new fifth
City. generation, Christopher Nor-
S This isn't the first time this ris Daniels, Mrs. Roy Nolan,
has happened in the Pridgeon grandmother; Mrs. Harold D.
genealogy. Mrs. Pridgeon was Kirkland, great grandmother
a fifth generation baby, as are and Mrs. S. C. Pridgeon. great
her daughter, Mrs. Harold D. great grandmother.
Kirkland, her granddaughter,
Mrs. Roy Nolan and great CONCERNED CHRISTIAN
granddaughter, Mrs. Lemond SOCIETY WILL MEET
.Daniels. The concerned Christian
This family is noted for its Society will hold its regular
longetivity, and it really business meeting Saturday,
makes matters confusing to August 8 at 4:00 p.m., at the
non fa. "- -embers trying to Church of God In Christ.
figure ouL Aho is related to Elder 0. T. Stallworth is the
who and how. host pastor.


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First Baptist Bible

School Starts Monday


First Baptist Church will
begin Vacation Bible School
Monday, August 10 through
Friday, August 14. All child-
ren ages three through Grade
6 are encouraged to attend.
This will be the greatest
week of the summer with
Bible stories, games, and a big
surprise for everyone who
comes. Catch the First Baptist
Bus between 8:00 and 9:15
A.M. on Garrison Avenue, at
Ward Ridge, Oak Grove Store


Singers To Be In Birth
Wltera p L


Baptist
Ron and Claudia Hend
son, a singing team of Alban
Georgia, will be performing(
musical concert in both I

y.
The Henderson's will
appearing in the Long Aver
Baptist Church during t
morning worship hour at 11
a.m., Sunday and in the Fi
Baptist Church Sunday e'
ning at 7:30 p.m.
Mrs. Henderson is a grain
ate of Judson College
Marion, Alabama, one of i
Baptist Convention's dist
guished colleges and t
Henderson is a graduate
Auburn University.
The Henderson's beg
their musical evangelil
work in August of 1975 a
have been giving sacred ce
certs and leading music
revivals from Illinois to FI
Sida.
SIn addition to their wi
spread activities in music
leadership, the Henderso
have also made several r
ords and albums and inch
such albums as "Heaw
Came Down", "A Qu
Place" and their latest, "Sa
Do".


Churches
er- Their concerts include a
ny, variety of musical types.


Jw .Tr


SJamesO water l- w xb., .,
was born to Mr. and Mrs.
James "Jake" Walter Lewis
on July 12 at a Panama City
hospital. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lewis of
Highland View and Mrs. Irene
Moses of Apalachicola.


and on Long Avenue. The bus
will return to the same areas
between 11:30 and 12:00 noon.
Come, you'll be glad you did!

Methodist VBS
The First United Methodist
Church will" begin Vacation
Bible School on Monday, Aug.
10, at 9:30 a.m:
Classes will be held for
Pre-School through Grade Six.
Everyone is welcomed.


First United

Methodist Church

Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ....................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ...................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ...................... 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......:.. 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........... 7:30 P.M.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 6.1981


Gulf County Guidance Clinic Board Meeting Tuesday
The Board of Directors of regularly scheduled meeting be held in the Clinic Confer-
the Gulf County Guidance on Tuesday, August 11, at 7:00 ence Room at 311 Williams
Clinic. Inc. will hold its p.m., E.D.T. The meeting will Avenue in Port St. Joe.


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Sherri Lynn Hamilton cele-
brated her second birthday
recently. She is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. James
Hamilton. Also, the grand-
daughter of Mrs. Idell Win-
field of Port St. Joe, and Mr.
and Mrs. John Peck of Miami. '


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range. Call 205/983-4546 or 205/
793-6253 for details on this
home. 4tc 7-23

3 bdrm., 1 ba. house with
screen porch. $17,500. Owner
will finance. 221 7th St. Call
2294084 before 5:30. tfc 7-23




LOST: Golden Labrador
with Kentucky name tag. Call
648-385. REWARD.
LOST: White Persian cat,
has a blue eye and a yellow
eye. Last seen at Jr. Food
Store in town. If found call
229-8710. REWARD.


SURPLUS JEEPS, CARS
and TRUCKS available. Many
sell under $200. Call 312-742-
1143, ext. 9939, for info. on how
to purchase. 4tc 8-6
1974 Olds Cutlass, 350 c.i.d.
engine, ps, pb, runs good, 2
door, white vinyl, mag wheels.
Needs some body work. Make
an offer. 229-8341. ltp8-6

1978 F-100 Ford pickup,
short wheel base 2x4, 300 6
cyl., big tires, chrome wheels,
chrome roll bar. 229-8821.
1972 Dodge Van Tradesman,
100 V8, auto transm., $1,150.00.
Call 229-8000 after 5 p.m. or
see at 813 Marvin Ave., Port
St. Joe. tfc 6-25




The Disabled American
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6-4
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Florida Power Lounge.


Ladies' Western Flyer bicy-
cle for $65. TruTone Stereo
system w/ am-fm cassette and
turntable. Two speakers and
matching table, $275. Call
after 4 p.m. 2294103.
55 gal. drum for sale. Call
639-2950. ltc 8-6

Kimball upright piano, ex-
cel. condition. 3 yrs. old. $795.
229-8696. 2tc8-6

113 sq. yds. beige carpet,
very clean, .100% wool.
Reasonable. Al Smith, 609
Woodward Ave. 229-8827.

50 lb. Bear Kodiak hunter
bow w/sights, silencer,
quiver, camouflage limb
cover, bow stringer, $75. Cor-
ner cabinet, $15; Twin mat-
tress and springs, $20; couch
and chair, $20. Call 227-1199 or
227-1363 after 4 p.m.
Prom dress, size 11-12, used
once. Call 229-6772. ltc 8-6

AVON
Buy or Sell Avon
Call Vera Morrow at 763-7170
5tc 7-30


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
PORT ST. JOE


3 barm I be home in good location
Fencea back yard gas neatly. carport.
stor shed reasonably priced 1305
Marvin Ave No 113
Owner says sell 3 or 4 odrm t be..
Irams home with a new roof and lenc
ea yard Only 11250000 Call for
pDDI loaay No 105
Office or store Didg One sioe leased.
other open for new lenant Income
properly priced righl 1800 sq It on
Reid Ave. Owner financing


528 7thn SI Owner wii finance 25 per.
cent down balance at 12 percent 2
barm plus sm ex rm 1 ba Wooabur.
ning tirepiace in IIv rm Lg eal-in kil
chen Back & Iront screened porches
Carporl $17.000 No 112

150' Monument Excel location w a
1600 sq ft house completely refur.
bishea 3n drms. V ba liv rm. dir.
rrr'. den & kitcnen ccmDo carport
utility rm If you need more room in a
line nome inis is 1i No 108


513 4tn SI 2 barm 1 be home Walk
ing distance to stores chain link
lence Assume existing mortgage
Owner will finance balance Botn at
good interest rale '" down No 167
100 Mimosa Ave Lovely brick home
3 barm ,. 3 oalh. 2 car garage on 2 lots
geo-lhermal healingicooling system
LOIS of exileras Shown by apot only
2 drm l oa homeon lenced iol. Liv
rm w fireplace din rm remodeled
kitchen utility house in back n*ew
cen n&a Call Ior more inlormatior,
527 tlOh SI $25.000 No 106


MEXICO-BEACH


7Two beautiful acres plus two Ig
traderss and nice size shea Tniee
;-blocks from beach Only 121.500
SOwner may finance.
Reduced for Feal Sale. Beautilui
Irees surround this nice 2 bdim I ba
mobile home located on nice land.
escaped lot and close to Gull Corner
Tenn & Ga. St Also. addtl Irailer
which could be a I bdim apt
$19,500.00 No. 403

2 bdim duplex. very cule, sunaeck
and good view ol Ine beacon Will go
- fast alt $49,000 Owner will finance.


Deluxe 4 Ddrm 2 ba home witn cen
h&a. canal locallion with boat
dock-ig liv im,. 2 normal dining
rms ana comfortable den with
fireplace on 2 lois Call lotr appi No
406
Immaculate. 3 bdim. 1 ba nouse
with a wooden privacy lence. 19g
garden piot Cen h&a wilh an
economical heal pump well in
sulated. see this lewel loday 48 000
No 404
1 barm duplex on hwy $38500
Owner will finance for 20'. down


Perfect Beach Home Overlooking the
Gull. Cute 2 bdim. 1 ba home wilh
lull kitchen. lam rm ano nice screen-
ed porcn Just across the hwy Irom
the beach wilh greal view S44.000
Hwy 98& 3rdSt No 410
Beautiful modern 2 bdrm. I be. Orick
home close to Gull Less than 2 yrs
old Lg lam rorm with cathedral oeam
ea ceiling modern Kilcnen wiJern air
range Full capieted Priceao 47 500
r21h Sl No 4108
A Bargain Reducedl Cute & neat 2
bdrm 1 bae almost furnished mobile
nome Come in today lo see this buy'
S22 500 Corner ol 5n & Florida Ave


Deluxe oouole-wiae mobile home in
lipDlop condillion. 3 bdim. 2 oa with
relrig stove, asher. dryer, cen. h&a
On 2 well located lots Landscaped.
grassy lots with storage shea and
chain link lence Very nice wilh
12x30 screen porcn Corner Fla 8
Mississippi
Special Buy On 4th SI 3 narm Irame
house on nice lot Assume existing
mortgage with pmls of appro $250
mo $29.500 loale
Near the Water Cute one odrm
house very close to water with
sizeacie existing mortgage $31.000


ST. JOE BEACH
Remodeled. ledone. like new 3 carn Complete Ihis partially nis ied Beautilui 3 Darm b3 PIck name This spacious brick home nas lovely
2 be. house Lg formal liv im. house al only $19 000 and turn it1 Into swimming pool 2 car garage ig nalural wood Inlterior. 3 Ig Ddrms 2
spacious den wilreplace. formal din a $30-35.000 name Great location. 3 porch Fantastic buy tl only $75 000 be den w magnilicen view of Gull
rm, kitchen w plenty of cabinel bdrm.. I ba lIV im. am im. kitchen With good assumable mortgage SI 25 lilcnen.dn rm ig iiv rm w
space, breakfast area & snack bar garage *ilh utility sm. only 1 b1.k Joe Beacn replace lenced dog run in back.
-Localed on 2 lots 75xl50' ea Selma from beach Adlacenl loi also huge pay windows, sun deck
St. available No 207 Perfect for large family 4 Ddrm 1 Da Located on east side of Hwy 98 Call
o sell -- home w ig lam rm wiln adjoining today No 209
.:Prlced Io sell 2 bdrm. 1 oa traler w Call loaay to see Inls 1 bdrm 1 a- Dorcrn Full Kitcnen w eating Dar __
fireplace, on beautiful lot w frull trees trailer on 75x 50' 101 at SI Joe Beacn Add i I 1 drm aptl lor addllional in
for only $19.000 Aboul 1 blk trom $12.500 No 212 come Owner financing awaiiale No
...beach Call lor appt today No 200 210

JONES BEACON HILL WEWAHITCHKA COMMERCIAL
HOMESTEAD Price Reduced to $30,000. 2' lenced Greal buy for young couple 2 Darmn'. Fully equippeda toreouledg display
Country living, close to town 4 lots containing 3 bdrm. 2 ba home I ba frame nouse Minimum down lands etc on 31 acres on hwy 30
spacious bdrms, newly remodeled with Ig comlorlable liv im. din m pmil Inancing available $10 70000 plenty oI rm for exparsion on a
ex. Ig kitchen, 1., acres completely and bright ally nearly new hit moode home park wiI finance NO
fenced w new chain link. dog pens Uilities also available loi mobile 176 acres sill lel on eabs side -.1 701
plenty garden space, numerous Irull home sel up or. one of these lots Hwy 71 jusi norrhof downt(.wn May, 701
trees and all close to town laeal for Assume existing loan and owne will be purchased in 5 to 6 acres ploIs Business for S le Convenience
children, farm or nursery Call today finance Dalance $5.000 down pmi _____sor JoeBea coc reay_
on this one. 548.500 No 109 ana move in 3rd Ave between 3ra CYPRESS LODGE AreicuS 1 536 sa if 1o r l Walkin
AC GE and 4th St NO 302 4 miles from Wewa on Dead \Sves AolCeraved a1re ay on 1 ots W
A E G ERight on lake. 14 rental unIts 2 man m cooler le rdri eway n s
ACREAGE 3 balm. I bea moble hone. on 2 ig rouses lully equipaoed restauiraft oIreer business Call for etaeis No
200' on Intracoastal Canal. 37 acres beaulilul high and dry lots in Beacon boalnouse for 25 boats 9 Doats ar.a 700
'.', mile Irom paved Hwy 386 A hill property completely enclosed motors go loo Owner will .nar cey
beautiful property for anyone who with a wooden lance., lenty of space $395.000 2 700 so it ouliing on Firs SI in
wants to 11ie up his boat in his own for Kids or cogs $25.000 No 301 Port Si Joe on 3 lots ideal lor
backyard $30.000 NO 800 Reduced. HOUSe and acre ot grour, wFarenouse or small Dusiness Use
_Nice3barm nomeuon3.ost Fanroim 376' on waister Irori 3 alS anao 3 e part of it an orentI Ins resl' Presenlly
Almost 2 acres fronting on Welappo with fireplace. w w carpel Privacy IIC anks Only 30 000 nas le,'anis Plenty of room for ae
Creek. High ano dry w noraashoe face Pricedp36000 No 304 Pension Priced right' Carl for more
bank overlooking cieek Owner may P1it0 000 lot a.a trailer Owr.e., will information No 702
subdivide 27l000 No. 804 Priced Reduced to $37,000. Across finance witn $2 500 dorwn
street Irom the Gulf on Hwy 98 This 2 rine business aots on Rea Ave 60
Shady lot at Howard Creek. Just a 2 adrm 1 ba frame name sils on $11000 A rame iver nut a'nd 01 llal w-dln by 90 deep includes 'aol
few minutes walkrom Ine oal lan. lf c better view of Gulf Ap Owner will finance ric vai on non side reducing
ding S3.000 No 805 Duilding in Doack can be renlerd out lor consIruclon costs
addl'l income Call loday tlo aDDI LOIS from S.1 500 to $8 500

OVERSTREET Partially remodelea 2 rm. 1 oa OAK GROVE BAY FRONT
nomeon2lfnelots IbIk irombeacn OAKGROVE BAYFRONT
New Listing: Super Buyl Neal and Sells as is at reduced price or owners
clean 3 bdrm 1 be. house on 1 acre will complete On Firsl SI between A real bargain al only .12000 2 5 acres on SI Rd 30 near Presnei's
of land. $29 500 with assumable mor. 4th & 5In No 305 bdrm. 1 bDa eai.in klcnen screer.ea 251 feet on Road 800 feel Io bay
tgage. Call for appt front porch Metal snea in bac faraO Beautiful view lor bayfront home
Cute as a bullon Ideal lor beacn col 503 Madison No 100
3 bdim. 1 be railler with allached tage 1 or 2 bdrm 3rd Avenue near
trailer, also I travel trailer., all on I 61h St Secluded yet close to the 2 bdrm I1 a partially lulnished CAPE SAN BLAS
acre ol land. $12.500 beach Call to see this one today nome including range & refrig Chain
'link fenced yo w sned in back Two gorgeous dry acres of tai Pines
$10500 401 Madison St and 'orrunDery min 205 fronting on
BEACH LOTS GULF AIRE inehw anabay Just Deyonoiheoia
BEACH LOTS G L A sal works marks Owner will sell al
Charming Spanish design 2 slory. 4 INDIAN PASS or 100 on either side Financing
St. Joe Beach-Lg selection otl bdrm. 2r be. Ig den. l iv rm w available No 10
beach lots-for less than $1.000 fireplace, din. rn. abl garage on Reduced from $8 000 to $5 500 lor ______a
down you can own your own Call to- beautiful Gulf Aire lot Best of all a quicK sale 75% 105 lot on Inalar
day. No.900 10'.,% assumable mortgage Pass close to tne beacn This is a
-_____ super bargain and will go last



648-5011 or 648-8220 AFTER HOURS
PAULETTA CAMPBELL 648-8977
JIM CLEMENT .. ...... 648-5482
E. B. MILLER, REALTOR IKE DUREN, REALTOR SANDRACLENNEY ......229-6310
ALISA DUREN ........... 648-5635
BOB & JEAN FALISKI .... 229-6553
P. 0. BOX 13332 MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410 RHONDA HEATH ........227-1782
900 HIGHWAY 98 MEXICO BEACH NATALIE SHOAF........ 227-1498
0 MARSHAYOUNG.........648-5248


25' Allmand fiberglas con-
vertible boat. Cuddy cabin
w/head. Low hours on Chevy
engine and OMC outdrive. In-
cluded with boat is new depth
recorder and a 40-channel
radio. $5,000 firm. Call
229-8806 after 5:30 p.m. 2tp 8-6
21 h.p. Diesel tractor, disc,
bush hog, boom, turning plow
& blade. $6,000. tfc 7-23
20 h.p. Mercury outborad
motor. $500.229-6932. tfc 7-9

CERAMIC MINIATURE
CRAFT CENTER
Opened June 8
8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Greenware, bisque, finished
products, paints, supplies.
Classes and individual
lessons. Certified Duncan
teacher.
648-8262
Be Creative! Check our
large supply of greenware and
other supplies. Country
Charm Ceramics, Hwy. 386,
Overstreet. 648-84903. tfc 6-1

One platinum ring, 3 dia-
mond baggetts. Call 648'5127.
tfc 7-16
Used upright piano, good
cond., $500. 227-1568 after 5
p.m. tfc 6-11



GARAGEAL


Moving Sale: Lawn i
clothes, kitchen stuff,
tools, and some cy
Thursday and Friday,
St., Mexico Beach.


Yard Sale: Frida:
Saturday, Aug. 7-8, 9-a
7:00 p.m. Going ove
everything must go.
niture, dishes, clothes
items, books, etc. S
Beach, corner Alabam
and Selma St. Cance
raining.

Garage Sale: Frida
Saturday, Hwy. 71, Whit
3 families. Furniture
misc. items.

Garage Sale, 1308 Mc(
Ave., Friday only, 9 a.i
p.m.

Yard Sale: 3 families
of clothes, household
sporting goods, ice ches
radios, jewelry and
knacks. Saturday, Aug.
a.m. 5:00 p.m. Ho:
Wendell Whitaker, 1613
vin Ave.





Wanted: Manager for
76 station in Port St. Jo
674-5417.

Job Information: Al
and overseas employ
great income potential
602/941-8014, phone call
dable.

Information on Al
area \ overseas employ
Excellent income, cal
741,9780, ext. 4256.


mower,
lots of
'press.
212 4th


For Rent: 3 bdrm. trailer at
St. Joe Beach. Call 227-1277 or
after 6, call 648-5273. tfc 8-6
For Rent: 3 bedroom fur-
nished trailer at Overstreet.
648-5306. tfc 7-30

For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.

Mobile home sites, efficien-
cy apt. and campers for rent
on beach. By day, week,
month or year. Ski Breeze
Camp Sites. Call 229-6105.
tfc 6-4


Thames Hotel, day, weekly,
monthly rates. 302 Reid Ave.
229-8723.

No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.



Buildings slightly damaged
at factory. All parts accounted
for. All structural steel carries
full factory guarantee.
Smallest building approx. 1200
sq. ft. Wi sell cheap. Call
Alfred Mancowski toll free
1-800-248-0065 or 1-800-248-0321
or collect 517-263-8474. ltp8-6


WANTED: OLD GAS
PUMP (that held gas in glass
globe at top). Does not have to
be in good condition. I will
refinish as Christmas present
for my wife. Please call (205)
967-8760 after 5:30 PM or
week-ends or write: P. Miller,
P. 0. Box 43059, B'Ham., AL
35243 with info.
2tc8-6

Needed immediately:
Blonde or red registered male
cocker spaniel for stud ser-
vice. Phone 227-1749. Itc 8-6


'When a fellow says, 'It,
ain't the money, but thq
principle of the thing,' it
the money." Kin Hubbar..


I SERIES


5 yr. old Pool Home. 3 BR, 2
ba., LR, DR, Breakfast area.
Ch/a, range, refrig., drapes,
inside laundry w/sink, Fla.
rm., 18x36 pool, cypress pri-
vacy fence, 2 car garage
w/auto opener, shallow well
pump, plenty of storage. Low
'70's. By appt. only. 229-6401.
SHome for Sale by Owner:'
Comfortably furnished frame
house on 130'x60' comer lot,
choice location at Howards
Creek. Fishermen's paradise,
Call Panama City 785-8998. No
collect calls. ltp8-6
:Approximately 1 acre or
more on main highway at
White City, with 4 bdrm.
house, ideal garden spot, good
location for mobile home
parking, large front yard. Can
be used as a business location.
Easy financing. Call 639-5778.
3tc 7-30

House and two lots for sale
by owner in White City. 3
bdrm., ceramic tile bath, in-
cludes Ig. building that can be
used for carport, boat storage.
Call after 8 p.m., 229-537 or
day 229-8344. tfc 5-21


4tp 7-23
ltp8-6 Furniture upholstery and
new custom upholstery fur-
y and niture (fabric and
a.m. to naugahyde). Work
erseas, guaranteed. Call Louise Var-
Fur- num, 227-1469 or --653-8056,
baby Apalachicola. tfc 7-9
t. Joe
a Ave. FOR TRACTOR WORK
lled if Call 22M939 or 648-5306
ltp 8-6 fc8-14
y and ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
t City, Machine Work-- Welding
te ay, 506 First Street
e and Phone 229-803
ltp 8-6 Machinist on Duty All Day

Clellan Every Day
m. to 5
SAW FILING
Will Also Sharpen Scissors
i. A lot and other Edges
items, Carlos Miles
ts, car 112 1st St. Highland View
knick 229-6552
8,9:00 6tp6-11
me of
3 Mar- BEACON FABRICS
Sewing Notions & Patterns
Hwy. 98 at Beacon Hill
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00E.S.T.
tfc 8-6

Air Conditioning Heating
Union Refrigeration Appliance
e. Call Parts and Service
2t. 8-6 DANIELS SERVICE CO.
tc 8-6 Electric Plumbing -

laskan Appliance Repair
askan All Brands
1ment, Norris Daniels
Call Phone 229-8416
refun- 106 Bellamy Circle
4tc t4-16


askan
yment.
1 312/
4tc7-23


RED CARTER'S GUN SHOP
Port St. Joe Beach
Gunsmithing Blueing
New & Used Guns Scopes


Four bedrooms, 2 baths, fireplace,
good cond., 1466 sq. ft. plus a storage
shed. Recently installed aluminum
siding. This one should go quickly at
$25,000. 519 Fourth St.

Lg. duplex Each apt. contains 3
bdrms. and 1 bath. One apt. com-
pletely furnished and the other par-
tially furnished. All for $45,000. 1616
Long. Avenue. $10,000 down with
owner financing available at conve-
nient.terms.
Excel. investment as vacation retreat
or primary residence. Indian Pass
Beach. Assumable mortgage & owner
financing available. $37,500.

HANNON


INSURANCE AGENCY
FRANK HANNON, Broker


Roy Smith A
221 Reid Avenue


ssoclates


Karen King
227-1133


Baby sitting in my home,
day or night, Monday Friday.
2294375. ltc8-6

YARD WORK DONE
Mowing, raking, cleaning,
weeding. Phone 229-8952 after
2:00p.m. tfc 6-11


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/2294-235
Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757
tfc2-2


B&J ELECTRICAL
Residential Wiring,
Air Condition Repair
and Installation
Phone 229-8075
tfc7-30


St. Joseph Bay
Constructio q
Reseetuia
CoeiercaO l \





W. S. (iff) Quarles
CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING
229-8795



SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!










Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue



ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS






-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work



GLEN F. COMBS
227-189

P.O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tic 7-2


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

WAUNETA'S
BOOKKEEPING
Complete Bookkeeping Service
Including All Required
Tax Forms
Reasonable-- Set
Monthly Fee
Wauneta Brewer
116 Monument 229-8536
25tp6-11

TV & RADIO REPAIR
B&J Electrical &
Electronics
5101st St., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8075
In Wewa on Tuesdays
tfc7-30



SChurch Suppliaes
Music-Records-Tapes


for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.


PAGE SIX


A I RELBETaTEFO ALE I


Lawamowers repaired,
automobiles tuned up, car-
buerators cleaned & repaired,
plumbing repaired, pipe and'
faucets repaired, electric wir-
ing repaired? light receptacles
installed.
Andy Anderson and
John Johnson
at Land's Landing
Wewahitchka, Florida
639-2950
MILLER'S
Janitorial Maintenance -
Housecleaning Rug Sham-
pooing and Floor Care
Residential or Commercial
Hour, Day, Week or Month
Phone 648-8398


Rubber iSamps
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Gifts- Bibles
Sound Studio Recording
Service

7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES

115 Hunter St., Oak Grove
Port St. Joe, Fla.
227-1325


TAFLINGER PAINTING
(Interior and Exterior)
Pressure Cleaning for Grime and Mildew
ALSO COOL SEALING MOBILE HOME ROOFS
WILL COOL MOBILE HOMES 15-20% "
FOR FREE ESTIMATE
Call 229-8977 or 648-8369
4tp6-4


I AUTO FOR SALE I MISC. FOR SALE I


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"Real Estate Specialists for Over 30 Years". Call us for information
on these as well as a large inventory of lots and other homes.


DOUGLAS LANDING. Price reduced for fast sale. Low
down payment and assume existing loan. 2 yrs. old,
three bdrm., 2 ba., carpet, screened bbq, ceiling fans.
Many extras.


ST. JOE BEACH. Like lots of room? Large 3 brm., 2 ba.
with approx. 2000 sq. ft. Will sell with 2V2 lots or 4 lots.
Pineda St.


ST. JOE BEACH. Canal St. 2 bdrm. home in good loca-
tion near beach. Fenced back yard and storage building.
Very reasonable price.


Hurricane Season Here

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HOW TO TRACK A HURRICANE
Advisories are numbered consecutively for each b .
storm, and describe the present and forecast posi-
tion and storm intensity. Advisories are issued at
six-hour intervals-at 11 p.m., 5 a.m., 11 a.m. and 5
p.m. Bulletins provide additional information.
Each message gives the name, eye position, inten-
sity and forecast movement of the tropical
cyclone.
Hurricane eye positions are given by latitude (for
example: 13.2 degrees North) and longitude (for
example: 57.8 degrees West), to the nearest one-
tenth of one degree. When the storm moves within
radar range, eye position may also be given as
statute miles and compass direction from a
specified point.
When you receive an advisory, note the number,
eye position, intensity and forecast direction of
movement in the table. Then mark the eye position
on the tracking chart. Because hurricanes change
direction very quickly, you should concentrate
more on where the storm will go than where it has
been.

Overstreet Volunteer Fire

/jDepartment Meeting Tuesday
The regular meeting of the Everyone is encouraged to
Overstreet Volunteer Fire attend.
SDepartment will be held on
'Tuesday; August 11, at 7:30 "Talk not of wasted affec-
p.m., E.S.T., at the Overstreet tion; affection never was
Community Building. wasted." Longfellow


TRY US FIRST!
WE HAVE HARD TO GET PARTS FOR BOATS, LAWN AND
GARDEN EQUIPMENT, TRACTORS, MOTORCYCLES, TRUCKS
AND AUTOMOBILES AVAILABLE DAILY FROM OUR NAPA
DISTRIBUTION CENTER.

St Joe Auto Parts Gold Hat Auto Parts
201 Long Avenue Highway 71
Port St. Joe, Fla. Wewahitchka, Florida
229-8222 639-5711


SUBSTITUTE
TEACHERS
WANTED
The Gulf County Guid-
ance Clinic, Inc., is seeking
applicants for possible sub-
stitute teaching positions
during the 1981-82 school
term. The Clinic operates
three classrooms for child-
dren with emotional diffi-
culties and qualified substi-
tutes are needed periodi-
cally. Minimum require-
ments include: High School
diploma and substitute
teacher certification. Pre-
vious experience is prefer-
red. Inquiries should be
directed to: Edwin R.
Ailes, Executive Director,
Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc., 311 Williams
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Flor-
ida 32456. The Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Inc., is an
Equal Opportunity-Af-
firmative Action Employ-
er.


JANITOR
Sylvachem Corporation
is currently looking for a
janitor for the Port St. Joe
Plant. Must be reliable and
have a good work record.
Apply in person Tuesday,
August 11, 1981, between
8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. All
former applicants for this
job must reapply. E/O/E.
MFH.
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Leonardo Da Vinci was left-
handed and he often wrote
backwards. To read some of
his notes you need a mirror.


NOTICE
$500 reward for information
leading to the arrest and con-
viction of the person or per-
sons responsible for the hit
and run death of Richard L.
Nelson, the morning of July
4th, 1981. His body was found
on C-381, Dalkeith area. Con-
tact the Sheriff's Dept. of Gulf
County or the Florida
Highway Patrol. 4tp 7-16

NOTICE
St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club is now accepting applica-
tions for membership.
Clubhouse, golf, tennis, all
types available. For informa-
tion call 227-1751. "The best lit-
tle country club in the world."
4tc 7-16

The John C. Gainous Post
10069, Veterans of Foreign
Wars will hold its regular
meeting at the St. Joe Motel,
Port St. Joe, the second Tues-
day and the fourth Thursday
of the month at 7:30 p.m.
There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. Every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 pm.
R. C. CHANDLER, W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.

Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
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.


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Mrs. W. H. Walsh


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1981


PAGE SEVEN'


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AARP Plans

Fall Trip to

Mountains
The July meeting of the Port
St. Joe Chapter of the AARP
was presided over by Stiles
Brown, President, who had
recently returned from his
vacation trip.
Guest speaker was Pam
Perry of the Gulf County
Home Health Care Agency of
Port St. Joe. She was ac-
companied by Margaret
Roche and Gale Blackmon of
the Agency's office. Mrs.
Perry explained the services
which are offered by this
private, non-profit organiza-
tion, which has its head-
quarters in Panama City.
Services of this organization
are offered to persons who are
homebound and are referred
by a physician. It has been in
operation since December,
1979.
Delicious refreshments
were served by hostesses
Louise Schweikert, Anne
Chewning, Malzie Baldwin,
and Beatrice'Campbell.
The August meeting will be
held on the 9th, at 2:30 p.m.
Eastern time, in the Port St.
Joe Library. Guest for the
afternoon will be Mrs. Gerald
Martin who is well known
throughout the south. She is a
singer and will accompany
herself on the auto-harp. Mrs.
Martin has performed
throughout this area as well as
on television. Her sister, Mrs.
Bessie Nedley, is a charter
member of the local AARP.
Mr. Brown is enthusiastic
about the proposed color tour
of the mountains and has
several photographs to make
his presentation to the mem-
bers who have expressed a
desire to visit the mountain
area in the fall.
All members and friends
are invited to this meeting on
Monday. Hostesses will be
Zelda Brown, Betty Harring-
ton, Ruth Scott, and Rella
Wexler.

Bake Sale
There will be a bake and
rummage sale at N6w Bethel
A.M.E. Church Friday and
Saturday, August 7th and 8th,
beginning at 9 o'clock a.m.
The church is located at the
comer of Highway 98 and
Avenue C.

CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank my many
friends for their kindness and
prayers while I was in the
hospital. It meant so much to
me. I especially want to thank
all the nurses and Dr. Viz-
carra for their concern and
help.


Gunter rejected as "far too
little" a 2.8 percent rate
decrease (or 7.8 percent pre-
mium level reduction) re-
quested June 16 on behalf of
Florida's workers' compensa-
tion insurers by the National
Council of Compensation In-
surance (NCCI).
About $1 billion in workers'
compensation insurance will
be written in Florida this year.
About two-thirds of this
amount is now sold by some
210 private companies. The
remaining one-third is pro-
vided through. self-insurer
groups or funds.
Of Florida's 118,000 em-
ployers who are required by
law to have workers' compen-
sation coverage, 108,500 have
private industry carriers and
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ordered Florida's Workers'
compensation insurers to give
the state's employers no less
than a $156 million rate
reduction effective July 1,
1981.
Gunter told a news confer-
ence here that his order would
reduce new and renewal
premium payments of
Florida's 108,500 employers by
no less than 15.6 percent.
Although that is an average
savings of $1,438 per employ-
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employer who pays a $700
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About two-thirds of Flori-
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percent pay from $1,000 to
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percent pay more than $5,000.
"In other words, the range
of savings extends from less
than $100 for smaller employ-
ers to the tens of thousands of
dollars for our state's largest
employers," Gunter explain-
ed.


Joe Paper Company. Daniels had been wit ,
the Container Division for 30 years and was a'
R tires corrugator foreman at the time of his
retirement. Shown with Daniels are Ed
Robert Daniels, center, of White City, McCain, left, general manager, handing
was honored by his fellow employees and Daniels his first retirement check and.
employers last Friday at noon, as he retired Leonard Belin, right, production manager at
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1981


Runners

Meeting

'Monday
The St. Joseph Bay Road
Runners will hold their regu-
lar monthly meeting this
Monday night, August 10th, at
7:30 p.m. at the Public Li-
brary Building on 5th Street.
The meeting will begin wi:th
a short business meeting to
finalize preparations for the
Muscular Dystrophy Jog-A-
Thon scheduled for August
15th. Immediately following
the business meeting, the club
will hold a one-mile Fun Run
starting at the Library and
following 5th Street toward the
Bay and back.
Visitors are welcomed to
attend the meeting and-or
participate in the Fun Run. All
finishers of the run will
receive commemorative rib-
bons. For more information,
contact Rick Lamberson, Club
President, at 229-6098 or 229-
8222.


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S Pastor Begins Series
On the End Times.
The Rapture The Judgement of Christ
The Marriage Feast of the Lamb The
Great Jubilation The Battle of Armageddon
The Great White Throne Judgement
What About Heaven? What About Hell?
JOIN US FOR WORSHIP
BIBLE STUDY ......... ............ 9:45A M.
MORNING WORSHIP ...... ... ....... 11:00 A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING ................ .. 5:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ......... ....... .. 7:00 PM.
WEDNESDAY .. ....... ......... 7:00 P.M.
SERMON TOPICS
A.M. ............ "The Marriage Supper of the Lamb"
P.M ............................ "The Anli-Christ"

Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE
TED CORLEY MARK DONNELL
Pastor Minister of Music and Youth
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Play It

Safe While

Swimming
Swimming activities abound
this summer, and Scouts and
leaders in the Gulf Coast
Council, Boy Scouts of Ameri-
ca, are urging observance of
safe swimming practices to
make these activities enjoy-
able for everyone.
S"Swimming always should
be done in pairs," said Dr. Clif
Payne, Council Health and
Safety Chairman. "This is
known as the buddy system
and should be used by young
people and adults alike. Your
buddy is there to help you
should. you have any difficulty
while in the water."
"By observing these basic
safety precautions, we hope to
avoid unnecessary swimming
tragedies during the summer
months," Payne said.


RECREATION TOURNAMENT WINNERS-Front row, left to right: Tsa Valerie Hamilton, Michael Farmer, Michael Lewis, Eddie Julius, Terry Quinn,
Quinn, Kristie Farmer, Carlos Morris, Willie Smith, Jabbar Alexander, Tony Reginal Larry. Back row, Sidney Harris, Steve Fennell, Danny Givens, Josh
Thomas, Michael Beard, Devon Thomas, Tyrone Hamilton, Collins Hamilton, Henkins, Henry Harris, Tony Gathers, Derrick Chambers, Willie Robinson,
Sheretta Thomas, Timicia Farmer, Kingsley Davis, Desmond Quinn. Second assistant director and Clarence Monette, director. -Star photo
row, Joel Rogers, Billy Dixon, Keesha Ward, Willie Jenkins, Marvin Hamilton,


Washington Recreation Program Ended


The summer recreation pro-
gram presented at the Wash-
ington Recreation Center
ended last Friday, after an
eight week period of games
and trips.
Clarence Monette, assisted
by Willie Robinson, presented
trophies to several particip-
pants Friday afternoon, to


those winning tournaments in
the several competitive
games offered during the
summer program.
The recreation program
was provided by the City of
Port St. Joe, under the direc-
tion of the Gulf County Rec-
reation Department.
Winners included:


People Have


Strange Problems
Every business has its pe- calling, to trying to match
culiarities and difficulties in color phones to a lady's new
dealing with the public. The color scheme in her newly
telephone business probably redecorated kitchen.
has more of these type prob- Swatts answered several
lems than any other business, questions presented to him by
due to the nature of the the club members. The favor-
mechanics of the system. ite question seemed to be why
Higdon Swatts, Customer long distance rates were dif-
Services manager for St. ferent in some states than they
Joseph Telephone and Tele- were others. Swatts answer to.
graph Company, showed a that one was that he had no
film to the Rotary Club last idea, since the rates were
Thursday, which pointed out fixed by the Federal Corn-
some of these problems and munications Commission.
how the phone companies go ,
about solving them. CARD OF THANKS
The film, "It's All In A I wish to thank everyone for
Day's Work", depicted such your prayers, food, cards and
examples as trying to find every act of kindness during
numbers the caller doesn't my stay in the hospital.
know without complete infor- Thanks.
mation as to who the caller is LAURA WILLIAMS


Commission


(Continued From Page One)
abandoned.
The alley is not now in use.
Tuesday night, the Commis-
sion agreed to call for public
hearings to hear any possible
objections to closing the alley
before any decision is made on
the two requests.
DRAINAGE
Six residents of Robbins
Avenue told the Commission
Tuesday their property was
being flooded in recent rains
because drain facilities on the
street have been stopped up,
causing water to run across
their property to the extent
that some cannot get out of
their driveways.
t he delegation said their
ditches were stopped up with
clay, preventing water from
following its natural course.
City Street Superintendent
Dorton Hadden said the prob-
lem was being caused by clay
hauled into the area and
placed along the street by the
county. Hadden said some of
the residents in the area have
shoveled the clay into the
ditch in front of their property,
stopping up the drain.
Hadden was asked to clear
out the drain swales along the
street.
TRESPASSING
Several weeks ago, the Port
St. Joe Police Department
came under criticism by
Lloyd Pitts, foreman at the
Hess Oil installation. Pitts
claimed a police officer was
called to evict a trespasser at
the Hess docks and the officer


went after a complaint for
Pitts to sign before he would
evict the trespasser.
The officer, James McGee,
told the Commission Tuesday
night he went for the com-
plaint form because there
were five people in the area
and Pitts asked that only one
be evicted. "I knew I could
evict the trespasser without a
complaint form", McGee said,
"but since there were five
people there and the two
parties involved were fussing
at one another, I went for the
complaint in case there were
any repercussions later."


Public Notices
NOTICE OF MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the City
Commission of Port St. Joe at its regular
meeting to be held on August 18, 1981, at
8:00 P.M. at the City Hall, Port St. Joe,
Florida, will consider the Petition of the
abutting property owners to close and
vacate the alleyway in Block 51 of the Ci-
ty of Port St. Joe, Florida. All interested
persons may appear and be heard.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: L. A. Farris,
City AuditoriClerk 2t 8-6
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the City
Commission of the City of Port St. Joe at
its regular meeting to be held on August
18. 1981. at 8:00 P.M. at the City Hall, Port
St. Joe. Florida, will consider the Petition
ot the abutting property owners of Lots 17
through 30, of Block 51 to close and
vacate a portion of the alleyway in said
Block 51 of the City of Port St. Joe,
Florida. All interested persons may ap-
pear and be heard.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
By: L. A. Farris,
City Auditor/Clerk 2t 8-6


I Basketball ages 6-8, Reg-
inal Larry, first and Tony
Thomas, second. 9-11, Marvin
Hamilton, first and Keesha
Ward, second. 12-14, Josh
Jenkins, first, Henry Harris,
second. 15-up, Calvin Free-
man, first and Marty Russ,
second.
Tether Ball Ages 6-8, Tsa
Quinn, first, Sheretta Thomas,
second. 9-11, Pam Anthony,
first, LaCheryl Pryor, second.
12-14, Valerie Hamilton, first,
Willie Jenkins, second. 15-up,
Tony Gathers, first, and Joel
Rogers, second.
Jacks 6-8, Tony Thomas,
first, Sheretta Thomas, sec-
ond. 9-11, Rita Fields, first,
Timicia Farmer, second.
Checkers 6-8, Kristie
Farmer, first, Tyrone Hamil-
ton, second. 9-11, Terry Quinn,
first, Collins Hamilton, sec-
lond. 12-14, Henry Harris, first
and Michael Farmer, second.
15-up, Sidney Harris, first,
Delmonte Price, second.
Horseshoes 6-8, Devon
Thomas, first, Jabar Alexan-
der, second. 9-11, Marvin
Hamilton, first, George Far-
mer, second. 12-14, Derrick
Chambers, first, Eddie Julius,
second. 15-up, Tony Gathers,
first, Joel Rogers, second.
Ping Pong 9-11, Equador
Peters, first, Carlos Morris,
second. 12-14, Josh Jenkins,
first, Curtis Beard, second.


15-up, Steve Fennell, first,
Danny Givens, second.
Shuffleboard 6-8, Tyrone
Hamilton, first, Michael
Beard, second. 9-11, Willie


Smith, first, Russell Mar
second. 12-14, Michael Le w,
first, Waymon Bryant, sec-
ond. 15-up, Steve Fennell,
first, Danny Givens, second.


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Jog-A-Thon Planned for


Muscular Dystrophy Drive
' Labor Day is only a month many laps around the '4 mile 15th, ready to "go-the--
Away, and with it the annual track as he or she can possibly distance" for "Jerry's Kids."
Jerry Lewis Telethon to raise complete. The local club Certificates will be awarded
money for the fight against would like to stress that this is to all participants in the
"Muscular Dystrophy. not a race, but an event where Jog-a-Thon and a $20 gift
: This year, the St. Joseph your participation is much certificate will be awarded to
Bay Road Runners have made more important, whether it be the jogebr who raises the most
plans to assist in the drive to for only one lap or many laps. money for the Muscular Dys-
iraise funds by holding a If you would like to participate trophy Association. All pro-
Jog-a-Thon at the Port St. Joe you may do so by picking up a ceeds will be presented to the
High School Track on Long pledge sheet from Rick Lam- Muscular Dystrophy Associa-
Avenue. The jog-a-thon will be berson at St. Joe Auto Parts, tion during the Jerry Lewis
:open to anyone who would like solicit pledges from your Telethon on Labor Day, Sep-
to participate and will be held friends and neighbors for each tember 7th. If you have any
Saturday evening, August lap you are able to complete, questions about the jog-a-thon,
-15th, from 7:30 p.m. until the and then be at the track at 7:30 contact Rick Lamberson at
last jogger has finished as p.m. on Saturday, August 229-6098 or 229-8222.


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St. Vincent's Sets


Hunting Dates


An archery hunt and a
primitive weapons hunt for
white-tailed deer, feral (wild)
hogs, and bearded turkey are
scheduled for St. Vincent
National Wildlife Refuge
during the 1981 hunting sea-
son. The'dates set are Novem-
ber 19-21 for the archery hunt,
and December 16-18 for the
primitive weapons hunt.
The either sex white-tailed
deer limit will be one (1) per
season, no bag limit on feral
hogs, and one (1) bearded
turkey per season. Weapons
permitted for both hunts are
as defined by State regula-
tions, except during the De-
cember primitive weapons
hunt only one single-shot
sidearm is permitted in addi-
tion to a "longrifle".
A U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service hunting permit issued
by St. Vincent National Wild-
life Refuge will be required.
No charge is made for the
permits issued by St. Vincent
Refuge. The applicable Flori-
da Game and Fresh' Water
Fish Commission hunting li-
cense and-or permits are
required for all hunts at St.
Vincent National Wildlife
Refuge. Only hunt partici-
pants with proper license and
permits will be permitted on
the refuge to hunt and camp.
A maximum of 450 permits
will be issued for the Novem-
ber Archery Hunt and a
maximum of 300 permits will
be issued for the December
Primitive Weapons Hunt. Per-


mits will be issued on a
first-come basis at the islAnd
check stations.
St. Vincent National Wildlife
Refuge consists primarily of a
12,358 acre island near Apa-
lachicola in Franklin County,
Florida. Except for a 400 acre
tract which is closed to protect
the Bald Eagle nesting area,
hunting will be permitted on
the entire island during the
hunts. No bridge or causeway
connects St. Vincent Island
with the mainland. No public,
transportation facilities are
available. Participants must
arrange for or provide their
own transportation across
coastal water to the island.
This service may be obtained
from some of the Indian Pass
or Apalachicola commercial
boat operators. Two rough,
unimproved campsites, one on
either end of St. Vincent
Island have been designated
for those sportsmen who wish
to remain on the Island. For
those not planning to camp on
the Island, campgrounds,
moteland restaurant facilities
are available in the local area.
The refuge is open to the
general public during daylight
hours except during those
hunts.
Leaflets providing the hunt-
ing information for St. Vincent
National Wildlife Refuge may
be obtained by writing the
Refuge Manager, St. Vincent
National Wildlife Refuge, P.O.
Box 447, Apalachicola, Florida
32320. Telephone:904-6534808.


Attendance at Florida state
parks remained about the
same during the fiscal year
ending June 30 as for the
previous year. Some 11.5
million persons visited the
sites during both years, ac-
cording to figures released by
the Division of Recreation and
Parks, Florida'Department of
Natural Resources.
Park officials feel that a
generally sluggish national
economy is primarily respon-
sible for the static attendance.
During the past six months,
visitation dropped slightly,
from 6,311,474 during the first
six months of 1980 to 6,201,542
- a decline of 1.7 percent.
Camping at state parks
declined two'percent during
the fiscal year, with 1,152,970
overnight guests staying at
the 39 parks with camping
areas compared to 1,182,158
campers during 1979-1980.
An increase of 6 percent was
reported for 56 parks and
recreation areas where at-


tendance is estimated on
sample traffic counts. Visita-
tion increased from 5,009,227
for 1979-1980 to 5,307,494 for
1980-1981.
The 13 museums and his-
toric sites reported a 2 percent
increase, attracting 253,260
visitors compared t,? 249,421
during 1979-1980.'
The service operates three
installations in Gulf County,
with only one, the Constitution
Convention Museum, reflect-
ing an increase in the number
of visitors.
Dead Lakes Park in north
Gulf County had a decrease
from 22,659 visitors in 1979-80
to 20,234 this year.
St. Joseph Peninsula, T. H.
Stone State Park, had nearly
7,000 fewer visitors this year
than they reported last year.
The park had 88,876 this year
and 95,881 last year.
The Constitution Convention
Museum had an increase from
6,147 during 1979-80 to 6,512 in
80-81.


- PublicNotices


.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STA
FLORIDA, COUNTY OF GULF.
CIVIL ACTION NO
IN RE: The Adoption of: -
DANA MICHELLE OWENS.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Robert Amerson
Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac
Adoption has been filed against
you are required to serve a copy
written defenses, If any, to it on W1
Mongoven, Petitioner's attorney,
address is P. 0. Box 187, Chipley,
32428, on or before the 31st
August, 1981, and file the origin
the Clerk of the Court either befc
vice on Petitioner's attorney
mediately thereafter; otherwise a
will be entered against you for th
demanded In the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the sea
Court on the 17th day of July, 198
BY: 1sa Tanya Allen, Deputy Clerk
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that pure
Section 865.09, Florida Statute
undersigned persons Intend to
with the Clerk of the Circuit Cou
County, Florida, four weeks after I
publication of this notice, the fi
name or trade name under which tI
be engaged In business and In whi
business is to be carried on, to-wil
FUTURE ELECTRONIC, P. 0. I
Port St. Joe, Fla. 32456, Owner H
Smith.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STA
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COI
IN RE: The Marriage of
HENRY PAUL TODD, Husband,
Respondent,
And
SANDRA L. TODD, Wife,
Petitioner.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Henry Paul Todd
503 Old Augusta
Greenville, South Carolina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Petition for Dissolution of Marria
been filed against you and you
quired to serve a copy of your Ana
other response to the Petition o
tioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE
P. O. BOX 248
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof in the
Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County
house, Port St. Joe, Florida, on or
the 20th day of August, 1981. If you
do so, a Final Judgment for the
sought may be granted by Default


rEENTH
ATE OF
.81-148


tlon for
you and
of your
Flleam J.
whose
Florida
day of
al with
ore ser-
or l-n-


DATED this the 21st day of July, 1981,
JERRY GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
ast Tanya D. Allen, Deputy Clerk
4tc7-23
BIDNO.WWPIS6
The City of Port St. Joe requests bids
on one (1) ea. Water, Distillation Ap.
paratus (corning MegeaPure 12A or
equivalent). Specifications may be ob-
tained from 'the City Clerk's Office, P. 0.
Box A, Port St. Joe, Florida. Bid opening
will be held August 18, 1981, at the
Regular Meeting of the City Commission.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
-. L A. FARRIS,
City Auditor and Clerk 2t 780


default NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
ie relief The Board of County Commissioners of
It of this Gulf County will receive sealed bids from
o any person, company, or corporation in-
terested In selling the County the follow-
Ing described personal property:
4t 7-30 (1) One New Rotary Mower with Single
Side Swing. Specifications on file In the
Clerk of Circuit Court's Office, 1000 Fifth
uant to Street, Port St. Joe, Florida 32458.
es, the Delivery must be within 45 days of bid
register award. Liquidated damages of $5.00 per
rt, Gulf day will be assessed for each day over
the first the 45 day limit.
ctitious Bids will be received until 9:00 o'clock.
hey will A.M., E.D.T., August 11, 1981, at the office
ch said of the Clerk of Circuit Court, 1000 Fifth
It: Street, Port St. Joe, FL 32456. The Board
Box 62, reserves the right to reject any and all
Hugh F. bids.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
4t 7-30 GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
James Tankeraley, Chairman
EENTH 2t 7-30
TE OF
JNTY.
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County will receive sealed bids from
any person, company or corporation in.
terested In selling the County the follow-
Ing described personal property
FIVE (5) Solid Waste Hauling Trailers;
ONE (1) Hydraulic Dumping Device for
Emptying Trailers; Accessories Including:
four (4) spare wheels and tires, one (1) tar-
that a paulln, one (1) set of fenders.
ge has Complete specifications are on file In
are re- the Clerk of Circuit Court's office, 1000
swer or Fifth Street, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.
n Paetl- Bids will be received until 9:00 o'clock
A.M., E.D.T. August1,,1981, at the office
of the Clerk of Circuit Court. P. 0. Box
966, Port St. Joe, Florida 32456. The
Board reserves the right to reject any and
Circuit all bids. "
Court- BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
before GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
u fall to ls James Tankersley, Chairman
a relief 2t 7-30


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