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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 20, 1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (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 51
'a.


THE STAR


Industry -Deep Water Port- Fine People Safest Beaches
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1981


In Florida


Group In Tallahassee




Seeking New Bridge


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A delegation representing the Port
St. Joe Port Authority was in Tallahas-
see yesterday, lining up and reminding
state officials of a promise to build a
high-rise bridge across the Gulf County
Canal at Highland View.
George. Tapper, chairman of the
Port Authority, County Commissioner
Jimmy Gortman and Gulf County's
administrative assistant, Tommy Pitts,
along with Allen Potter, district DOT
Engineer of Chipley were to meet
yesterday after lunch with Lieutenant
XT~overnor Wayne Mixon and Depart-
ment of Transportation director Jake
Varnes.
The City Commission passed a
resolution Tuesday night and Gulf
County passed a similar resolution in a
special session late last week request-
ing the State of Florida to transfer
priorities in Gulf County to provide
immediate funding for the new bridge.


BULLETIN-A call from Talla-
hassee at 3 p.m., yesterday advised
that DOT Chairman Jake Varnes
had directed the DOT to proceed
with planning for a high-rise span
bridge across the Gulf County Canal
at Highland View.

The State had a -new bridge for
Overstreet budgeted for the fiscal year
1983-84, but the resolutions asked the
DOT to shift the Highland View bridge
to the 1983-84 priority with the Over-
street bridge to come later.
Armed with the resolutions and the
support of Lieutenant Goveinor Mixon,
the delegation will meet with Varnes
and reactivate a commitment made
some three years ago for the replace-
ment of the Highland View bridge.
The DOT had committed a high-
rise bridge over the canal when work


was started on a new port for Port St.
Joe.
What set all of this into motion was
a commitment made last week by St.
Joe Paper Company to lend the money
to the Port Authority to get planning for
the new port munderway.
Early this week, the Port Authority
and their engineers, the Wayne Coloney
Company of Tallahassee, met with St.
Joe Paper Company executives to work
out the details of a contract.
Telephone conversations with Mix-
on and Varnes late last week advised
the 'state officials of the fact that
financing was available for the start of
port activities and reminding them of
the commitment by the State of Florida
for the bridge.
State officials said the planning
money was available but it might have
to be shifted to the 'Highland Niew
project from the Overstreet project.


This draw span at Highland View will soon be replaced yesterday is successful in their quest. -Star photo
with a high-rise structure if a delegation to Tallahassee


The City Commission ap-
proved a rate for Gulf Cable
TV to install a movie channel
in their service here, initiated
an investigation as to whether
or not to remove parking
meters from the city and set
up a workshop to begin study
of the 1982 budget in their
meeting Tuesday night.
' Robert Newman, operator
of Gulf Cable TV sd that as a
result of considerable interest
in a full-time first run movie
Shannel, he was prepared to
i er the servlqc ow if the.
.0w4ould approve his rate at-
$10.95 a month.
Newman said the channel,
would offer first run movies,
uninterrupted by commer-
'cials, seven days a week,
24-hours a day. Newman said
the channel would carry G,
PG and R rated movies and
his firm would offer a lock
device for television sets to
lock out the channel if parents
didn't want their children to
Ssee certain movies on the
channel. "There will be no X
rated movies on the .channel",
Newman said.
Mayor Frank Pate ques-.
tioned Newman as to how long
he could guarantee the price
for the service and what kind
of notice/would be given for
any price change.
Newman replied that he


could guarantee the rate for
two years and that he would
give 60 days notice for any
rate change to give customers
ample notice of any changes.
Newman said he was shoot-
ing for a start-up date of
October 1, and that he would
put the movies on all TV's
serviced by his cable service
for about four days on channel
five when the system was
ready to go. "That will give
the potential customer a four
day free sample of what he is
going to get before he signs
up to take the service-"
Newman said a public no-
tice would be given before the
sample showing went on the
line.
The Commission approved
Newman's rate request.
PARKING METERS
Consideration was given by
the Commission to removing
the parking meters from
downtown Port St. Joe. Sever-
al of the meters are now in bad
mechanical condition and are
taking a considerable amount
of work to keep them repaired.
The meters were installed
several years ago as a parking
regulation device to keep cars
from parking in the business
district all day long, taking up
the. parking space. The City
has never made. any money
(Continued on Page 8)


Mayhann Faces Murder


Charge A Second Time


Charles Mayhann, a Wewa-
hitchka businessman is back
in court this week, facing a
charge of murder for the
second time in Circuit Court.
Mayhann, 42, had his first


Top Rotary Honor

Rotary District Governor, William Ran-
dolph of District 694, presents J. Lamar
Miller with a "Paul Harris Fellow" pin last


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Wednesday night at the annual Rotary club
assembly held at the Country Club. Miller, a
charter member of the Port St. Joe club, was
nominated for the "Paul Harris Fellow"
designation by his fellow members. See story
on page three. -Star photo


trial end in a mistrial, declar-'
ed by Circuit' Judge Larry
Bodiford when the jury could
not reach a decision in the
case.
Mayhann is charged with


Two Juvenile Boys


Charged In Mischief

Two juvenile boys face slashing about a week earlier
13 counts of criminal mischief also.
and two charges of petit theft On top of the criminal
as the result of a destructive mischief cases, the boys will
foray in the Long Avenue area be charged with purchasing
Monday night of last week. gasoline from the Beach Jr.
According to Gulf County Food Store and leaving with-
Sheriff's Investigator, Jim out paying. Buchanan told The
Buchanan, the two boys were Star that while one boy was
apprehended Thursday of last putting the gasoline in their
week after a concerted effort car, the other was purchasing
by the Sheriff's Department a candy bar inside the store.
and the Port St. Joe Police He allegedly diverted the
Department. attention of the clerk and
The boys are charged with snatched $15.00 in cash from
cutting nine or ten automobile the cash register. These two
and truck tires on the night of incidents resulted in the petit
Monday, August 10, cutting theft charges.
the vinyl tops of two automo- Buchanan said the nature of
biles, cutting up upholstery the cases places the accused
and destroying several auto acts of the boys in the felony
radio antennas. category, so they will go
Buchanan said the youths before the Circuit Court to
will also be charged with tire answer to their charges.


first degree murder in the
shooting death of Michael
Berry, 20, of Panama City on
January 17 of this year. The7
shooting occurred outside
Dave's Bar just north of
Wewahitchka.
A jury of nine men and five
women was selected late
Tuesday afternoon, after two
days of intensive questioning
of more than a hundred
prospective jurors. The trial
'goit underway Wednesday fol-
lowing opening statements by
the opposing attorneys, which
started at 10 a.m.
The 14 person jury venire
includes nine men and five
women, two of whom will act
as. alternates to the 12 main
jurors.
Defense attorney John Dan-
iel of Panama City will again
try 'to prove that' Mayhann
shot in self defense, fearing
for his life and prosecutor
John Harrison of State Attor-
ney Jim Appleman's office
will try to convince the jury
Mayhann had committed mur-
der by the nature of his action.
Mayhann's first trial lasted
for a full week and this second
trial is expected to continue at
least until Friday.


Gulf Schools Expecting 2,320 Students On Monday


Bobby Knee of the Gulf County Road Department is making his Long Avenue near the Port St. Joe Elementary School. The sign warns drivers
contribution to the starting of school by repainting the school warning sign on to slow down and look out for children. -Star photo


Gulf County Schools will begin Monday
morning, August 24. Walter Wilder, Superin-
tendent of Schools announced this week that
all the county schools are fully staffed and
preparing to meet the arrival of approximate-
ly 2,320 students. Teachers have already
returned to work, reporting on Monday,
August 17 to begin making plans and
participating in inservice programs.
SCHOOL SCHEDULES
The school day time schedule for county
schools is as follows:
Highland View Elementary, 8:00 a.m., to
2:30 p.m.
Port St. Joe Elementary, 7:55 a.m., to
2:00 p.m.
Port St. Joe Junior-Senior High, 8:10
a.m., to 2:15 p.m. .
Wewahitchka Elementary, 7:55 a.m., to
2:05 p.m.
Wewahitchka High, 8:05 am., to 2:15
p.m.
The school bus schedule for each route
will remain approximately the same as last
year. If there are any questions concerning
bus routes and stops, parents may contact the
Transportation Coordinator at 639-2871 in
Wewahitchka or 229-8256 in Port St. Joe.
STUDENTS EXPECTED
According to principal Howard Blick,
Highland View Elementary School is expect-
ing to enroll approximately 210 students in
grades K-6. Highland View will also begin a
band program for sixth grade students.
Port St. Joe Elementary School is
expecting approximately 558 students. Prin-
cipal Gerald Lewter has a full staff with
several new teachers Teresa Newsome,
Katrina Pippin, Juanise Williams, John Hicks
and William Lane. Two teachers with a part
time schedule will be Barbara Eells and Shaw
Maddox. One of the new activities at Port St.
Joe Elementary School will be a physical
education program designed for kindergarten


students.
Principal Edwin Williams anticipates the
arrival of approximately 700 high school
students. Greeting the students will be five
new faculty members. They are Virginia
Campbell, Dwaine Fisher, Shaw Maddox,
Terry Brown and Rachael Smith.
.Principal Barbara Shirley, the returning
faculty, one new teacher, Lanita Fay
Taunton, and approximately 484 students are
looking for a smooth transition year into new
facilities. The new Wewahitchka Elementary
School should be completed and occupied in
the next several months.
According to principal Clayton Wooten,
Wewahitchka High School will have approxi-
mately 368 students. The school will have a
new band director, Ms. Debbie Thomas.
GENERAL INFORMATION
Adjustments in the price for student and
adult meals have been necessitated by rising
food costs and cuts in federal funds. The new
prices for student lunches will be $1.00 and
$1.50 for adult lunches. Reduced pay lunches
will be 20 cents until September 1 when,the
price increases to 40 cents. All milk sold at
break time or as an extra at lunch will cost 20
cents. New free and reduced price income
guidelines and applications will be available
in the near future. Students who qualified for
free or reduced price lunches during school
year 1980-81 may continue in that category
until the new forms are available.
Any student who has not registered for
the 1981-82 school year should do so before the
first day of classes on August 24. Parents
should have a birth certificate and a health
record for their children in order to register.
With school beginning, Superintendent
Wilder cautions motorists to watch for
children and school buses. An increase in
pedestrians, cars, motorcycles and bicycles
will become evident as the new session
begins. Children will .be excited and much
care must be shown to avoid accidents.-.


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Editorials and Opinions


T'HE STAR
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1981


St. Joe Paper Company has
bailed out the faltering port project
plans which have been in the making
here for some two years. An offer of
a loan of $250,000 to pay for the
engineering, securing permits and
planning for the proposed port was
the shot in the arm which will start
the project rolling, physically, as
well as nebulously as it has been for
the past two years.
Financing is available for the
actual construction, but the finan-
cial houses are peculiar in that they
want to see the local authority
spending some of their own money,
S*-. .expressing a sincere effort to get a
viable project moving before they
-' pour in their millions.
.: In the port project for Port St.
Joe, we're talking about $35 million,
-a sizeable chunk of change, even in
.-these days of talking in billions.
: We're also talking about these $35
,.- millions providing hundreds of jobs,
-:-..especially among that segment of
our population which find highly
technical jobs beyond their capabili-
-.-ties. Everyone would come out a
winner if only the port project could
become a reality.
Now it can become a reality.
S.. George Tapper, chairman of the
-.Port Authority and prime mover of
the port project, had worked up a
d.-:eal with a banker to borrow $35
c '.million from a banking firm in short
'term notes. He had plans of

n-

-Not A Mome
9.:.- .The port wasn't the only good
S."-.ews which came to Gulf County last
Sweek. The Department of Transpor-
S, nation finally got around to announc-
ing they would let the contract for
t --'e-surfacing what is left of a portion
of Highway 71 in January of 1982.
Highway 71 was fast reverting to
its original status as a dirt path
which started out as the railroad bed
for the St. Joseph and Iola Railroad
,.-over 100 years ago. The road is
--. ,-nothing now but a series of patches
:-on patches between Cypress Creek
and Wewahitchka, the stretch of
6 highway scheduled for re-surfacing.
For months, everyone in Gulf
County with any clout at all has used
up many of their brownie points with
S-'state officials to get the road
S:.repaired, all to no avail. We were
told it would probably be 1985 or 1986
before any work could be expected
on the highway.
We're not real sure, yet, who
S finally said the magic word which
caused the DOT to make the decision.
to get the road repaired. We do know



Grandsons a

THE COLUMN THIS week will no
doubt turn out to be a classic, because eight
".-I'm going to write for a little while rec
about my grandchildren. Most folks lean
-.make youth day by showing you the
-latest out of focus pictures of their
-grandchildren, while others, fill the
informational void in your life by
: showing home movies about their
grandchildren. There are probably I
~i more home movies made about grand-
children than there are about vacations
S:taken.
Like most folks with grandchildren,
Those things they do which get them into
:. trouble with their parents are cute to
grandparents. When the grandchil-
..:- :dren's parents were doing the same
-."-things, they were the reason for a
a. sack on the smacker. Wh
-: Like most folks, too, I have Pal
"grandchildren I know more about than wh,
.- others, simply because I am around o'c]
liem more. They all have parents who Ho
n: dn't understand them and don't know 15
S.- w to handle kids, but they all. manage du
: : to survive in spite of it. Pro
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-THE


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SWilliam H. Ramsey
Frenchis L Ramsey ....
Shihley K Ramsey .....


investing the $35 million and usin
the interest return to pay th
interest on the $35 million as we
as finance the $250,000 in engine
ing, permit and planning costs.
Somebody accidentally pushed
the wrong button on this delical
operation and it all came tumblin
down.
This is where the Paper Com
pany stepped in and offered th
needed $250,000. This will provide
the project the necessary "seed
money to get it moving.,
Tapper, who has been so tens
cious in this project and kep
everyone else all pumped up, wa
thinking of quitting when the ban
deal fell through. Now, he is his ol
ebullient self once more and ha
taken off on the project with mor
energy than ever.
Already he has called th
powers that be in the Department a
Transportation and advised then
the port project is now moving an
they should get moving on th
promised high risebridge which wa
promised on the strength of the poi
becoming a reality.
The port will now become
reality, due to the tenacity of Tappe
and the timely largess of the St. Jo
Paper Company.
We appreciate them both fo
their necessary efforts in starting
Port St. Joe and Gulf County on th
road to economic growth and eve
more stability for our community



mt too Soon
that we appreciate whoever twiste
the right knob. Highway 71 was fas
becoming no highway at all. It was
dangerous road to diive and th
heavy traffic of heavy log and chi
trucks along the highway didn
improve things. They had just a
hard a time staying in the road as a
automobile did.
There are those who said th
heavy log trucks beat the road t
pieces. What if they did? Ou
survival depends on those log truck
rolling, and roads are built for then
to run across. It is just as necessary
for us that they be able to travers
the highway as it is for private
automobiles. We feel the DOT should
keep this type traffic in mind whei
they draw up the plans an
specifications for the re-surfacing
work. The road needs to be built to
withstand that kind of traffic, just as
super highways are built to carry
large volumes of vehicles, since this
is the kind of traffic which they
handle.
The road repairs are not coming
a moment too soon.


Watching the World Go By



Woper, Gentleper and Chairper


Port Can Now be



A Reality


bors. Why are they so deter-
mined to be liberated from
these Frankensteins? Are
they all chauvinistic? .Are they
all heels and jerks? Give them
another chance, ladies.
Some of the militant femi-
nists even want to go to war
and fight side by side with the
gentlepers-as if they aren't
already doing enough fighting
on the home turf.
ERA will win some and lose
some. But the extremism of


the movement is already
counterproductive. They are
already in a bog-their wheels
are spinning.
Some good has come from
the movement. Ladies, sal-
vage all the good you can from
your efforts.
But, ladies, lay off Go4! You
may handle men but you can't
handle God. Your crusade to
de-personalize God is doomed.
He said He was the great IAm.
You tamper with His person at


by Adolph Bedsole
Militant feminists have gone
g too far! They have made their
le points and had their way in
ll much of American life. But
r- when they seek to de-personal-
ize God, that is going too far.
d They object to God being
called Father. They object to
te God being referred to as he or
Lg him. Jesus is not to be called
the son of God. They propose
.n- to censor the Bible and
re-write it deleting any mas-
culine references to God the
le Father, God the Son and God
" the Holy Spirit.
ERA proponents are flash-
a- ing their name tages in the
pt land as Ms. rather than Miss
or Mrs. O.K., O.K., if that is
Ls the way they want it. But it
k does remain amusing.
d They have left their auto-
IS graphs in much of our society
7e by coining a new word-chair-
person instead of chairman.
O.K., O.K. again, if they insist
*e on calling a chairman a
)f chairperson but remember a
m rose by any other name will
d still be a rose.
To be consistent they will
le have to coin another new
IS word-woperson instead of
rt woman. And gentlemen will
have to give way to gentleper-
a son.
a Really, the militant femi-
r nists haven't done their home-
)e work very well. You see,
chairperson still ends with the
)r masculine son. So, instead of
g chairperson it should be chair-
e per. O.K.?
ie Woperson also has the word,
n son, as its ending. So, to be
consistent, woperson would
have to give way to woper. So,
if a man can't say mother-i-
law, and dares say woper-in-
law, to which hospital shall he
be carried?
Gentleperson will have to be
d pruned of the word son,
S leaving it simply gentleper.
st Ridiculous, isn't it? We will
a have to write a new English
ie language.
p These observations are
't merely following ERA reason-
s ing to logical conclusions. Or,
is there a logical conclusion?
Since ERA is determined to
eliminate sexual references or
e identifications, what will hap-
0 pen when twins are born to a
r woper(woperson), one a boy
s and one a girl? How would the
announcement read?
Even though the words
y "sun" and "son" are spelled
e differently and mean two
e different things, they are
d pronounced the same way.
n What replacements do they
d offer for these two words?
And, what shall we call the
g ladies? Are daughters and
o sons doomed to new identifica-
S tons?
y Say, why are these ladies so
s mad at men and mankind?
They all have fathers, some
y have husbands, some have
brothers, some have sons,
g some have sweethearts, some
have men friends and neigh-


your own risk.
As I watch the world go by, I
am confused about the whys of
this movement. But this I
know-I am a man, a son, a
father, a grandfather. Call it
what you will, but I am now
and will always be those
things-and it is all very
personal.
Did you hear the story of two
preachers who were dis-
cussing these issues. One was
concerned that the ladies


should be properly appre-
ciated.
"I know, I know," said one
of the preachers, "but the
ladies are so fine, faithful and
loyal in so many ways. Just
what in the world would we
men do without them?"
"I don't think there is much
cause for concern about what
we would do without them,"
said the second preacher. "My
concern is what in the world
we are going to do with them."


the pies and pear preserves a major product of late August
and September. Dr. Hendrix had two trees, bo of which had
pears growing in bunches like grapes. Dr. Hendrix'
maintenance man, Pat Reed had the tree limbs propped up to
keep them from breaking off with their heavy burden.
-Starphoto


nd Telephones Make Saturday "Sleep-In "Difficult


I HAVE ONE grandson (I have
ht and one granddaughter) who has
gently turned five years old and is
ring to use the telephone.
What was the first phone number




.TAO1h





learned? "Memaw and Papaw's!"
en does he call "Memaw and
paw?" Early on Saturday morning
en they are trying to sleep past 7:00
lock for at least one day in the week.
w often does he call? At least every
minutes. Where are his parents
ring all this telephone calling?
oably sleeping late on a Saturday
ring. Eric wasn't calling them


There's Eric who is expanding his
preparation for the real world one day
by learning to use the telephone. He has
known how to talk on the telephone ever
since age nine months, and he hasn't


stopped talking yet... the influence of
his mother. Eric knows several num-
bers by heart. He can call our house,
the office, his cousin's and, most
important of all, the long-distance
toll-free number of Captain Crunch!
I'll bet you didn't know Captain
Crunch had a number, did you? I'll bet
you didn't know who Captain Crunch is
did you? Captain Crunch is a real


person with a real 800 telephone
number. The kids call him up and he
talks to them advertising the breakfast
cereal which was named after him.
Eric and all the rest of the


grandchildren, under age 10 know the
toll-free, long-distance telephone num-
ber of Captain Crunch. Every once in a
while, Eric will forget this vital
information and call Chris, or his
brother Bill, or he may get desperate
and call Kyle Griffin (he knows his
number, too) if nobody else is home to
give him the number of Captain
Crunch. Every once in a while Eric


needs some reassurance from Captain
Crunch.
+++ .
IT'S FINE FOR grandchildren to
learn to use the telephone, I suppose.
There's no telling when an emergency
may arise in which the youngster can
save his life, save the town, or even
save the world, by knowing how to call
Captain Crunch or Momma, whichever
is best fitted to handle the emergency of
the moment. Of course, most kids,
including Eric, don't know their home
phone number. They just know the
number of "Memaw and Papaw" and
some of their friends. No need to get
Momma and Daddy up early on
Saturday morning to answer the phone
when you can get Memaw and papaw
and the parents of your friends.
LET ME DIGRESS a moment here.
while writing about grandkids.
Last Tuesday Senator Lawton
Chiles was talking about kids and
grandchildren of Mediterranean
fruit flies. Walking Lawton mentioned
that the State of Florida was on the ball,
declaring an all-out war against the


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


pest after three were found in Tampa.
It was call out the Marines and send up
the bombers when those three flies
were found.
The walking Senator then ref
to California's war against the
which ruins fruits and vegetables. He
went on to relate a story about how
California had taken a page out of
Florida's book and prepared and
released 200,000 sterile fruit flies.
It seems the fly mates, then dies.
Some wag in the bag muttered,
"What a way to go" when Chiles made
this statement, but nobody could ever
figure out who it was.
Senator Chiles said the people
messing with the flies' sex life really
messed up. Through a mistake on their
part, they released 200,000 virile fruit
flies, which promptly increased the
population of fruit flies enough to fill the
San Jauquin Valley.
What I'm reporting here is that
those scientists out in California
couldn't tell the difference in a FRUIT
fruit fly and a straight fruit fly.
They seem to have that same
problem with people, too.


mean water line.


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


High Ht. Low
343 1.2 1154
401 1.4 1420
440 1.6 1530 .3
530 1.8 1629 .1
630 1.9 1720 .1
730 2.0 1817 .0
830 2.0 1907 .1
930 1.9 2000 .2


Pear Pie Time
It's pear picking time In Gulf County and if all pear trees
are as loaded as this one outside the office of Dr. J. Wayne
Hendrix on 20th Street, the harvest should be plentiful and


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OBITUARIES:


James A. Lemieux


Dies In Accident


James Alfred Lemieux, 28,
of Port St. Joe, died suddenly
Sunday morning in Opelousas,
La. He was a lifelong resident
of Port St. Joe and was a
graduate of Port St. Joe High
School. He was a member of
the Oak Grove Assembly of
God Church. He was awarded
the U.S. Army Commendation
medal for meritorious
achievement. He worked in
Louisiana at the time of his
death.
Survivors include: two sons,
Bryan Lemieux, and Brad
Letnieux; parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Lemieux; two


brothers, Kenneth Lemieux
and David Lemieux; one
sister, Sheila Lemieux, all of
Port St. Joe; Grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wood of
Bristol and Mrs. Pauline
Fleming of Dallas, Texas.
Funeral services were held
at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday from
the Oak Grove Assembly of
God Church, conducted by the
Rev. David Fernandez. Inter-
ment followed in the family
plot, Holly Hill Cemetery. All
services were under the direc-
tion of the Comforter Funeral
' Home, Port St. Joe..


Funeral Services Saturday

for Mrs. Mae Franee Garland, 33


Mrs. Mae France Garland,
33, of Port St. Joe, passed
away Thursday evening, Au-
gust 13 in Harrisburg, Pa.
Mrs. Garland was a native
and life-time resident of Port
4St. Joe.
Survivors include: one son,
areas Smith of Harrisburg,
Pa.; two daughters, Afrika
Garland and Makisha Garland
both of Harrisburg, Pa.; par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Garland of Port St. Joe; five
brothers, Howard Garland,
Jr., of Port St. Joe, Clyde E.
Garland of Orlando, William
A. Garland of Florence, S.C.,
Darron A. Garland of Port St.


Joe and James Kennith Gar-
land of Detroit, Mich.; three
sisters, Patricia A. Leslie of
Miami, Annette Torres of
Harrisburg, Pa., and Deborah
J. Garland of Detroit, Mich.,'
and one god sister, Sherry
Bolden of Port St. Joe.
Funeral services will be
held at 1:00 p.m., Saturday,
August 22, at the First Born
Church of the Living God of
Port St. Joe, Interment will
follow in the family plot of
Forest Hill Cemetery, Port St.
Joe.
All services will be under
the direction of Comforter
Funeral Home of Port St. Joe.


Rotary Dist. Gov.



Visits Local Club


William Randolph of Pen-
sacola, District Governor for
District 694, Rotary Interna-
tional, paid his official visit to
the Port St. Joe Rotary Club
last Wednesday evening and
Thursday.
Randolph met with the ciub
members and their wives at
the St. Joseph Bay Country
Club Wednesday evening for
dinner and a film on the
Rotary Foundation, which
provides study opportunities
for better students of all
nations.
In addition to the remarks
by the District Governor and
the film, two local Rotarians
were presented with "Paul
Harris Fellow" awards by the
club membership. The awards
were presented to J. Lamar
Miller and M. P. Tomlinson,
both of whom are charter
members of the local club.
The "Paul Harris Fellow"
awards are supporters of the
Rotary Foundation and its


promotion of world under-
standing through the foreign
study by better students.
Tomlinson was not present
at the meeting, since he had
undergone heart by-pass sur-
gery in Tallahassee the day
before. He was called and
notified of the award.
The film shown to the club
by Governor Randolph show-
ed some of the .emphasis
points of the Rotary Founda-
tion. The program selects,
finances and provides study in
an institution of higher learn-
ing for students in another
country. Each selected stu-
dent receives a year of foreign
study.
Port St. Joe's club is second
highest in District 694 in
participation in the Founda-.
tion, Governor Randolph said.
Randolph said the Founda-
tion and its operation is larger
than either the Fulbright or
Rhodes Scholarship pro-
grams, with all three aimed at


the same goal.
Randolph met with the club
at its regular meeting Thurs-
day at noon and challenged
the club and its activities for
the coming year.

Men's Day
At Zion Fair
The men of Zion Fair
Baptist Church will observe
their annual Men's Day on
Sunday, August 23rd. Speaker
for the 11:00 a.m. service is
Elder 0. H. Walker of Apa-
lachicola.
At the 6:00 p.m. service, the
speaker will be Deacon Audie
Brooks of First Moriah Bap-
tist Church, Panama City.
The church is located at 280
Avenue C. Everyone is invited
to attend by Rev. Alonza
Moore, Pastor, and Brother
Thadius Russ, Chairman and
Deacon Hubert Thomas, Co-
chairman of the event.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1981


Revival To Begin


At


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Rev. Jerry Moore, of Lynn
Haven, will be bringing mes-
sages and testimonies about
God in revival services at
Highland View Baptist Church
starting Sunday with the mor-
ning worship services. The
revival services will continue
through Thursday night, with
services at 7:30 each evening.
Moore has a special mes-
sage to tell and has been
telling it since age 18.
For 10 years he was 'blind,
but after dedicating his life to
God at age 18, his sight was
suddenly restored a short
while later. Moore said "Since
then, I have had 20 years of
serving God with each day a
joy and a privilege."
Since that time, Moore has
served as a minister of music
in Augusta, Georgia and in
pastorates and evangelistic
work.
Rev. Moore, who has made


. Baptist
several records and albums,
will also be singing at the
revival services.
Rev, Jerry Register, pastor
of the church, says the public
is cordially invited to attend
any or all of the special
revival emphasis services.


REV. JERRY MOORE
... Evangelist


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Last Rites Held Sunday

for James Elbert Daniels, 37


James Elbert Daniels, 37, of
Wewahitclhka, passed away
August 13 in a Panama City
Hospital, following an ex-
tended illness. He was a native
of Calhoun County, and had
lived in Wewahitchka since
1966. He worked for the City of
Wewahitchka, and for Lister
Timber Co., and was employ-
ed with Georgia Timberlands
at the time of his illness. He
was a drummer for several
musical groups, and attended
Glad Tidings Assembly of God
,Church of Wewahitchka.
i Survivors include: his
iotbaher, Mrs. Maggie Doniels,
wahitchka; one son,
James Elbert "Jamie"
Daniels, Jr., Granada, Miss.;
one daughter,. Tanya Leigh
Daniels, Granada, Miss.; one
sister, Myrtle Jackson, Wewa-
hitchka; and one brother, Dan
Daniels, Wewahitchka; two
nieces, Diana Tucker and
Darlene Clayton; and six
nephews, Charles, Roger, Dell
Jackson, Tommy, Robert and
Richard Daniels.
Funeral services were held
at 2:30 P.M. CDT Sunday at
the Glad Tidings Assembly of
God Church conducted by the
Rev. David Warren, the Rev.
J. W. Hunt, and the Rev.
Adolph Bedsole. Interment
followed in the family plot,
Cypress Creek Cemetery,
Kinard. All services were
under .the direction of the
Comforter Funeral Home,


Wewahitchka Branch Chapel.

George B.

Thomas Dies
George Bemore Thomas, of
New York City, passed away
Thursday, August 6, in New
York City. He was a native of
Port St. Joe, and had lived in
New York for the past 34
years. He was a member of
the Corner Stone Baptist
Church, Brooklyn.
Survivors include: his wife,
Mrs. Dinah Thomas, New
-York; 'two brothers: Elmore
Thomas, Lake Charles, La.,
and George Lee Thomas, Port
St. Joe; two sisters: Mrs.
Hester Morning, Port St. Joe
and Mrs. Percy V. Thigpen,
Port Arthur, Texas.
Funeral services were held
Thursday, August 13 at the Mt.
Carmel Baptist Church, con-
ducted by the Rev. Luther
Baker, and the Rev. Raymond
Rogers.
Interment followed in' the
family plot, Forest Hill Ceme-
tery. All services were under
the direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home.

J. M.Hendrix

Passes Away
Joseph M. Hendrix, 92,
passed away last Thursday in,
Municipal Hospital. He was a
resident of DeFuniak Springs
and was visiting here at the
time of his death.
Survivors include a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ann H. Jones of
DeFuniak Springs and a son,
Dr. Joseph P. Hendrix of Port
St. Joe.
Services were held Saturday
at the First United Methodist
church of DeFuniak Springs
with Commander Funeral
Home directing.
Interment was in Frisco
City, Alabama.
Local arrangements were
handled by Gilmore Funeral
Home of Port St. Joe.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1981


.GulfAdult Institute Has


* Varied Courses for Adults


The Gulf County Adult Insti-
tute offers different types of
courses for adults which could
play a major part in increas-
ing earning power. All courses
at the adult school are offered
free of charge.
Listed below is the fall
schedule for the Gulf County
Adult Institute in the Port St.
Joe, Mexico Beach and Wewa-
hitchka area.
General education courses,
leading to a high school
diploma are offered at the
Centennial Building, from 8:00
a.m. to 3:9o p.m., Monday
through Friday and at night
from 6:00 9:00, Monday
through Thursday; at Zion
Fair Baptist Church and Mex-
ico Beach Methodist Church
from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. on
Monday and Tuesday even-
ings.
Classes offered at Port St.
Joe High School are: Typing
and bookkeeping, 6:00-9:00,
Monday and Tuesday; Cleri-
cal Office Practice, 6:00-9:00
on Monday; Drivers Educa-
tion, Sewing Class, Auto
Mechanics, all from 6:00- 9:00
on Monday and Tuesdays;
Auto Mechanics, 6:00-9:45


p.m. on Mondays and Tues-
days, Body Repair & Painting,
6:00-9:45 p.m., Thursday and
Friday; Welding, 6:00-9:45
p.m., Monday through Thurs-
day; General Shop I and Small
Engine Repair, 6:00-9:00 p.m,
Monday and Tuesday.
Classes offered at Wewa-
hitchka High School are:
General Education, 6:00-9:00
p.m., Monday and Tuesday;
Textiles & Clothing, 6:00-9:00


Paper Colle

Good Public
Newspapers keep piling up
at the Gulf County Adult
Activity Center and the folks
around there love it!
The response to the Center's
plea for such recyclable items
as newspapers, magazines,
catalogs, computer paper and
aluminum cans has been
excellent in the few weeks
since the Center asked for
these salvageable products.
The recycling project is well
underway as a way of generat-


on Monday; Auto Mechanics,
6:00-9:45 p.m. Tuesday, and
Agri-business Education, 5:00-
10:00 p.m., Tuesday and
Thursday.
St. James A.M.E. Education
Building, Elementary Educa-
tion, 6:00-9:00 p.m., Mondays
and Tuesdays.
According to school officials
any qualified veteran may
attend adult school on the G.I.
bill.


Stion Meets

Response
ing meaningful income for the
developmentally disabled
adults attending the Training
Center sponsored- by the As-
sociation for Retarded Citi-
zens.
A genuine thank you is
extended to all individuals and
businesses donating items.
The Center asks for your
continued support and re-
quests others to call 227-6327 if
you would like papers, maga-
zines, catalogs, or cans picked
up at your house.


Ramseys See 50 Years Together


Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ram-
sey were honored with a
reception Sunday afternoon,
August 16, from three to five
p.m., at their residence in
observance of their fiftieth
wedding anniversary. Special
guests were the couple's four
children, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
E. Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald B. Ramsey, Mr. and
Mrs. John J. Kerigan and Mr.
and Mrs. Penn G. Holman,
and the couple's 15 grandchil-
dren. Approximately 200
guests called during the after-
noon to wish the couple best
wishes.
As the guests arrived, they
were greeted by Mrs. Silas R.
Stone and Mrs. George G.
Tapper, who presented the
guests to the receiving line.
Misses Lynn Ramsey, Paula
Ramsey and Beth Holman,
granddaughters, presided
over the registry book in the
foyer.
The refreshment table in the
dining room held a lovely
tiered cake, baked for the
couple by Mrs. James Tan-
kersley. The cake was topped
with a nosegay of yellow silk
roses. A silver punch service
graced the other end of the
table.
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afternoon were Mrs. John
Kerigan, Mrs. Penn G. HR
man, Mrs. Paul E. Rams
and Mrs. Donald B. Ramse
daughters- and daughter-i
laws of the couple. Servi
punch were Mrs. C. E. Boyi
Mrs. Paul Boyer, Mrs. Carn
Lansford, Mrs. James']
Harrison, Mrs. W. S. Quark
Jr. and Mrs. James B. Re
erts.
Floral arrangements of yi
low, white and gold flowe
were used throughout tV
home to accent the occasion
Mrs. Myrtle Childers, Mi
Laura Geddie, Mrs. Chat]
Krisher, Mrs. Wesley R. Rai
sey, Mrs. S. B. Shuford, Ml
0. M. Taylor, Mrs. Linds
Temple and Mrs. Robert TI
wick served as floor hostess<
Mrs. Paul Blount coordinate
the lovely reception.
The couple's children pi
sented their parents with
Caribbean cruise in honor
their fifty years of marriage
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Some people once beAf
that mountains were
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J. A. Fillingim, shown above right, was
presented with a birthday cake Monday
afternoon by several of his friends here in
: Port St. Joe. Fillingim marked his 90th
: birthday Monday. Fillingim is the father of
Mrs. J. C. Belin of Port St. Joe and Mrs. Doris
: Velten of Augusta, Georgia. He was married
on September 17, 1911 to the former Mae
Shuler. They will observe their 70th anniver-
sary next month.
A native of Ashford, Alabama, Fillingim
was born on August 17, 1891. He tells many
tales of the "old days". One of the tales he told
those who came to present the cake was of the
first time he saw an electric light burning.


School Superintendent Wal-
ter Wilder said this week that
parents should be aware of a
change in requirements of
students entering the first
grade in Florida schools.
Starting with the 1982-83 term,
students entering school for
the first time must have first
completed a year of kinder-
garten before they can enter
first grade. Wilder said sever-


When he was eight years old, his family lived
about four miles outside Dothan, Alabama.
One afternoon, they walked to town and
stayed until dark so they could see the new
fangled electric light which had just been
installed in Dothan, turned on. "We couldn't
figure out how that electricity made its way
over that tiny wire and lit up the bulb", he
said. Fillingim is well known in north Florida,
having been in the lumber business and
operating a Ford and Coca-Cola agency in
Hosford for many years.
Presenting the cake is Karen King.
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al new requirements have
been made by the State
Department of Education for
students entering school for
the first time.
Beginning with the 1981-82
school year, which starts
Monday of next week, all
children will need to complete
a year of public or private
kindergarten before they can
be enrolled in the first grade in


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a Florida public school. Those
most affected by the change in
the law will be children who
have reached or will reach the
age of five years by January 1,
1982. These children cannot be
admitted to first grade next
year if they have not attended
kindergarten.
This year, children who
have turned five on or before
November 1 may be enrolled
in kindergarten at any time
during the 1981-82 school year.
If a child will turn five
between November 2 and
December 31, he or she can be
enrolled in kindergarten dur-
ing the first month of school if
the child demonstrates readi-
ness as defined by the School
Board.
For children who have
moved to Florida from an-
other state and want to enroll
for school term 1981-82 but do
not meet the age require-
ments, the School Board will
determine the grade in which
the child may be placed.
Beginning with school year
1982-83, the State Board of
Education will make this
determination.
In summary, Superinten-
dent Wilder says the major
change in the law is that a
child who enters first grade
during the school year 1982-83
must have completed kinder-
garten.


Ned Ailes, Executive Di-
rector of the Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Inc. has
announced that mental health
services in Gulf County have
increased significantly over
the past year. According to
Ailes, 3,539 client sessions
were conducted at the Guid-
ance Clinic last year. This
reflects a 28 percent increase
in counseling and therapy


services in a one year time
span. The Clinic also ex-
perienced sharp increases
with regard to agency con-
sultation, community mental
health education and emer-
gency services. There were no
service categories which de-
creased over the past year.
In explaining these in-
creases Ailes said, "Our com-
munity is following a national,


by the Girl Scouts or the Boy
Scouts it's still in violation
of the coastal control line."
The builders of the cabana
have agreed to abide by
Gissendaner's ruling.
The cabana was built in July
by the volleyballers with
scrap lumber and donated
labor to provide shade for
breaks in their volleyball
games. They received per-
mission from the property


Crystal Nicole Hallinan

Little Crystal

One Year Old
Crystal Nicole Hallinan,
daughter of Danny and Janet
Hallinan, celebrated her first
birthday on August 5. She was
honored with a clown party,
attended by her friends and
relatives.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Stansel and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry W. Hallinan.


trend. People all over the
country are seeking mental
health services at higher and
higher rates every day. We
have seen increases in service
in every one of the Clinic's 14
years of operation with very
sharp increases during the
past four years."
Ailes -said that the Clinic
provides services to indivi-
duals whose problems range


owners to erect the cabana.
Esther Dickson, mother of
one of the girls who helped
build the beach-front hut said,
"the volleyball players are
clean-cut youngsters who
don't leave trash on the
beach."
Gissendaner's ruling came
on the presumption that the
structure was illegal because
it was built on the seaward
side of the coastal setback
line, established a few years
ago by the DNR to control
beach erosion. Protection of
the beach was taken on as a
project of the DNR to give
more protection from storms
with an intact structure of
dunes and vegetation.
There are several other
palm frond cabanas on the
Beacon Hill beach within a
few hundred yards of the one
which has drawn all the
attention.
Gissendaner's ruling didn't
mention the other cabanas.
IN MEMORY OF
George Bemore Thomas
The best of friends must some
time part
And yet we do not see
The hand of God writing still
from eternity.
For us it's trying to under-
stand
That our friends must go
But in the final resurrection
All of us will know!
In our parting there's a bless-
ing
That we do not see
The one that leaves us here
Is better off than we!
CARD OF THANKS
The family of George B.
Thomas wishes to thank the
community and friends for the
kindness which was extended
to them during their bereave-
ment.


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from mild adjustment diffi-
culties to severe emotional
disturbances. All ages of
individuals are served at the
Clinic. He added, "Avery high
percentage of children and
their families are seen at the
Clinic. Marriage and family
counseling are regular and
routine services provided by
our program."
Day to day stress and
problems with human rela-
tionships are normal life ex-
periences. The Gulf County
Guidance Clinic is a private
non-profit facility established
to serve the mental health
needs of the people of Gulf
County and surrounding com-
munities. Counseling and
treatment services are avail-
able at any time by tele-
phoning the Clinic at 227-1145.


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PAGE FOUR


A palm-thatch cabana at
Beacon-Hill Beach, built by a
group of volleyball enthusiasts
was declared illegal Tuesday
by Elton Gissendaner, direc-
tor of the Department of
Natural Resources.
Gissendaner ruled that the
cabana must come down
within 30 days, or the builders
will be in violation of the law.
Gissendaner said in making
his ruling,' "It wouldn't make
any difference if it was built

Sing Saturday at
Church of God
There will be a Gospel Sing'
on Saturday, August 22, 7:30
p.m., featuring the Glad Re-
union Singers. Everyone is
welcomed to attend this sing
at the Highland View Church
of God.
The church will be starting
revival services on Sunday,
August 23, with the Sunday
evening service beginning at 6
p.m. Weekday services will be
at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Ira
Nichols, Pastor, cordially in-
vites everyone to attend.

GARC

Making

Wreaths

If you want one of the
gorgeous fall and Christmas
wreaths produced by the Gulf
County Adult Activity Center,
place your order now as
production will be limited to
only 18 wreaths of each type
this year.
The popular fall wreaths
which will be for sale for a
second year are pine cone
wreaths highlighted with fes-
tive calico ribbon and an
array of imitation fall fruits
and nuts. Customers report
not only using the wreaths as
door decorations but also as
lovely focal points above
fireplaces for the fall season.
The traditional pine cone
Christmas wreaths liven up
any entry during the-holidays.
Other holiday crafts will be
offered by the Activity Center.
Watch for displays at various
functions during the pre-
holiday season or check by the
Center at 200 Peters Street in
the fall to see what items you
would like to have made just
for you.
Call the Activity Center at
229-6327 to place your wreath
orders early.









THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1981


GC Offers Variety of TV Courses


"Open College", a term
embracing educational televi-
sion and radio, is expanding in
the Florida Panhandle this
year.
With the cooperation of
WFSU-TV in Tallahassee,
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege will offer three educa-
tional television courses this
fall. Through its own radio
station, a fourth course can
also be taken.
WFSU-TV, or Channel 11 for
those who can obtain it, will
show "General Psychology"
at 10 a.m., (EST), "Introduc-
tion to Government" at 11
a.m., and "Introduction to
Business" at 1 p.m., for 15
consecutive Saturdays, begin-
ning August 29.


The psychology course will
repeat the 30-minute lessons
at 10 a.m., on Tuesdays and
Thursday, the government
course at 10:30 a.m., on
Monday and Tuesdays, and
the business course at 10 a.m.,
on Monday and Wednesdays.
WFSU-TV is carried on
Channel 11 of Tyndall Cable.
Port St. Joe Cable and Apala-
chicola Cable.
WKGC-FM (90.7) will air
lessons on "Understanding
Music" at 5:30 p.m., on
Wednesday, with repeat les-
sons on Thursdays at the same
time, beginning -Sept. 2.
WKGC-AM (1480) at 10 a.m.,
on Monday and Thursdays,
beginning August 31.
Each of the four courses


contain 30, 30-minute lessons,
each lesson co-related to a
programmed learning study
guide and an accompanying
textbook. Students' must
come to the Gulf Coast cam-
pus three times during the
term for examinations.
Directions for each course,


as well as textbook and study
guide needed, are given in the
course syllabus, which stu-
dents are provided when they
register. Each course carries
three semester hours credit
and applies to the associate
degree.
Gulf Coast holds its evening


registration from 4 p.m. to
p.m. on Thursday, August 2
although students may regi
ter during the day on bol
Thursday and Friday. Sti
dents. Students may regisbt
also by contacting Bevir
Rich in Port St. Joe
229-6044.


Patterson Assigned to Sheppard


Airman Stephen W. Patter-
son, son of Mr. and Mrs..
Charles E. Patterson of Carra-
belle, has been assigned to
Sheppard Air Force Base,
Texas,. after completing Air
Force basic training.
During the six weeks at


Lackland Air Force Base;
Texas, the airman studied the
Air Force mission, organiza-
tion and customs and received
special training in human
relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn


credits toward an associa
degree in applied sciem
through the Community Cc
lege of the Air Force.
The airman will now receii
specialized instruction in tl
aircraft maintenance field.


Magnesia plant here. Smith was an operator
R t at the plant at the time of his retirement.
R tires Plant operations manager Vince Kilbourn,
left and A. 0. Boyette, general manager,


J. B. "Smoky" Smith, shawn above
center, retired from Basic, Inc., last week,
after 22 years of service with the Seawater



Special F


Duck Sea



Tap Sept.

Florida duck hunters should have shown that
start scouting the wetlands to teal and wood c
determine concentrations of tions are current
waterfowl before a special at levels below th
five-day experimental duck potential, and
hunting season goes into effect additional harvest
September 26 through 30. pairing the long-
Approved by the U.S. Fish tion levels.
and Wildlife Service, the spe- The waterfov
S cal experimental season will added that since
allow for harvesting of four be as many duck
ducks per day not more than during the spe
one of which may be a species mental five-da
other than teal or wood ducks, during the regi
according to the Florida hunters should s
Game and Fresh Water Fish waterfowl conceit
Commission. The harvest of "The birds w
S coots will not be permitted sparsely distribu
during this special September ing the regular
SL'ason. : i explained. "Hunt
-'"The season was developed todo their home
S to take advantage of- the time."
additional recreational op- The shooting b
portunities afforded by the special season wi
presence of substantial num- hour before sunr
hers of blue-winged teal and Hunters are requ
wood ducks in the state during federal waterfow
themonthofSeptember," said state waterfow
Frank Montalbano, waterfowl addition to a v
C management biologist for the hunting license w
5 Commission. ing waterfowl i
Montalbano said studies Management ar
are also require
Clinic Asks wildlifemanage

for Labels
The Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. is requesting that
the public save Campbell's
and Franco-American product
labels and give them to the
Clinic. A collection box has
been placed in the lobby of the
Clinic located at 311 Williams
S Avenue.
The Clinic is attempting to
collect labels to exchange
them for educational ma-
S trials. These materials are
used in the Clinic's programs
for Emotionally Handicapped
children. The community's
support is needed to nake this
project successful. If there are
further questions the Clinic
can be contacted at 227-1145.
CARD OF THANKS
I would like to take this
S, opportunity to thank the nice
people at the City Hall and the
ambulance squad for their
kind help during my accident
last Tuesday, August 4. -
S My thanks also to the
doctors, nurses and other -.'
S 'friends during my hospital
stay. My love and sincere
appreciation to everyone.
Mrs. A.J. Owens

\Births
Jessica Ann Marie Cole
Debbie and Gregg Cole
' announce the birth of their
daughter, Jessica Ann Marie
Cole, on July 28, 7:41 A.M., at
Bay Memorial Hospital. She
weighed 7 lbs, 1414 oz.
Proud grandparents are
Shirley and Elmo Sander of
Overstreet, and Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde V. Cole, Clearwater.
Brittany Louann Jones
?- Mr. and Mrs. Troy Jones, Fa ,
^.y Jr., Sylacauga, Alabama wish
" to announce the birth of their
' daughter, Brittany Louann, on
W July 18 at St. Vincent's
. Hospital, Birmingham. She They're
:-::- weighed 6 lbs., 3 oz. They're
S Proud grandparents are Mr.
S and Mrs. Troy Jones, Sr. of
: Port St. Joe and Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Wallace, Sylacauga.


right, are shown presenting Smith with his
retirement papers and a brand new rod and
reel.. --Star photo


ill 4-Day



son On



26-30


segments of
duck popula-
tly harvested
eir biological
can sustain
st without im-
term popula-
vl specialist
there will not
s in the state
cial experi-
y season as
rular season,
cout now for
ntrations.
ill be more
ated than dur-
season," he
ters will have
work ahead of
hours for.the
ill be one-half
ise to sunset.
ired to have a
1 stamp and a
*l stamp in
alid Florida
when harvest-
n the state.
rea permits
ed on state
ment areas.


State regulations require
the use of steel shot in 12
gauge shotguns, as opposed to
lead shot, when harvesting
migratory birds in certain
areas of the state.
Steel shot must be used in
that portion of Brevard
County lying east of Interstate
95; Osceola, Broward and
Dade counties; and Leon
County (exclusive of Lake
Talquin and the, Ochlockonee
River).
Also, Lake Miccosukee in
Leon and Jefferson counties;
Orange Lake and Lochloosa
Lake in Alachua County and
Lake Okeechobee (all areas
located lakeward to the main
levee surrounding Lake Okee-
chobee and including the area
lakeward of State Road 78
between the Kissimmee River
and the intersection of the
Hoover Dike and State Road
78, near the old "Sportsman's
Village" site).
Already in effect is that
steel shot is required in all
gauge shotguns while hunting
waterfowl on national wildlife
refuges during any migratory
bird season.


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MOTOR CO.
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227-1336
Visit your Ford dealer today for full details and entry form Sweepstakes open
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S PAGE SIX THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


Four lots for sale in White
City. C. E. Anderson. Call
2294710. 2tp 8-20

Three lots for sale in Ward
Ridge. Call 229-8474 for more
information. 4tp 8-20

3 bedroom, 2 bath house on
corner lot of Americus &
Canal St., at St. Joe Beach.
For more information call
648-5306 after 4:30.

4 bdrm., liv. rm., din. rm. Ig.
den and kitchen, utility rm.,
storage, dbl. carport, Ig.
screened in back porch, on 2
lots. 1605 Monument Ave. Call
229-8654. tfc6-5'
ATTRACTIVE
AFFORDABLE
ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE
3 bdrm., 1% bath, liv. rm., din.
rm., kitchen, family rm.,
drapes, dish washer, oven and
range. Call 205/983-4546 or 205/
793-6253 for details on this
home. 4tc7-23

3 bdrm., 1 ba. house with
screen porch. $17,500. Owner
will finance. 221 7th St. Call
229-M84 before 5:30. tfe 7-23


Home for Sale: Stone and
stucco, 3 bdrm., 2 ba., veteran
may assume 9%% VA loan.
Located in White City.
227-1839. 3tc 8-13

For Sale by Owner: 2 bdrm.,
1 ba. house on 2 Ig. lots in
White City. Screened in front
and back porch. Large shed.
New deep well. $20,000. Call
229-8971 anytime for more in-
formation. 4tp8-13

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., 229-6537 or
day 2294344. tfc5-21

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.
4tp-84
"Slowly but surely humanity
realizes the dreams of the
wise." Anatole France


Yard Sale: Friday, 10-4,
Saturday, 9-1, Barbara Drive,
Ward Ridge. Lots of goodies.
Yard Sale: Friday and
Saturday, Aug. 21 and 22, 8-4
CST. Clothes, dishes, books,
clothes' dryer, toys, misc.
items. 2 families. Mexico
Beach, corner of 27th St. and
Hwy. 98.
Yard Sale: St. Joe Beach,
corner Gulf and Alabama
Streets, Thursday and Friday,
8-3. 3 families. Clothes, linens,
toys, games, books & misc.
items.
Yard Sale: Several families.
Baby clothes, dishes, lots of
everything. Corner of Selma &
Alabama, St. Joe Beach. 9-5,
Thursday and Friday.
Three family Garage Sale
on Saturday, Aug. 22 at 8:30 at
1008 Marvin Ave. Clothes, fur-
niture, etc.
Moving Sale: 101 Sea Street,
Mexico Beach. Ladders, lawn
mower, fruit jars, wheel bar-
row, old vanity with 3 full-
length mirros, cedar chest,
desk, color 23" TV, curtains,
drapes, odd chairs, misc.
items. Thursday, Friday and
Saturday.


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
Fin PORT ST. JOE


Excel cond 3 bdrm., 2 be brick home
on 1V. losa, extras Fireplace, carpel
thruout. fully insulated. cen n&aic.
built in range. cnain link fence and
carport Best of all nme existing
assumable mortgage is at 9% and
owner will lake a reasonable second
mortgage if needed A reel opportuni.
ly 106 Mimosa
100 Mimosa Ave. Lovely crick home
3 bdrm. 3 bath. 2 car garage on 2 ols
geo-thermal healingicooling system
Lots of extras Shown Dy appf only


528 71h St. Owner will finance 25 per-
cent down, balance at 12 percent. 2
barm plus sm ex im I be. Woodbur-
ning fireplace in miv rm Lg. eat-in kit-
chen. Baca & tronl screened porches.
Carport $17000 No 112
3 bdrm 1 oa home in good location.
Fenceo back yard. gas heat, carport,
sior. sned. reasonably priced. 1305
Marvin Ave No 113
Owner says sell 3 or 4 bdrm., 1 ba.,
frame home Only S12.500 00. Call for
appt loday No 105.


Plenty of room. 4 bOrm., 2 be. with 2
aic, gas heat, on 2 lots, each 50x175'.
Carpeting and drapes included, near-
ly new stainless steel exterior siding.
Room for Ig. garden In back yard, sur-
rounded by chain link fence. 506 8th
St. No.116.
1501 Monument. Excel, location w a
1600 sq. ft. house completely refur-
bished. 3 bdrms., 1% ba., liN. rm, din.
rm., den & kitchen combo, carport,
utility rm. If you, need more room In a
fine home, this Is it. No. 108.


100 trailer or house pyramid
blocks 12x6x18"; ice cream
freezer, 6' display type 115 v.
% h.p.; 8' 2 bulb florescent
light fixtures; 2" 3 h.p. gas
pump. Call 648-5330. ltp 8-20

FREE! Kittens to a good
home. Call after 5:00 P.M.,
648-5173. Itp 8-20

Adding machine, $30; RCA
XL100 color console TV, $75;
14' camper, $500. Ask for
Phyllis, 229-9945 till 5 p.m.
Itp 8-20

Upright piano, $400. 1974
Scout. Call 229-8864 after 6
p.m. ltp 8-20

14' fiberglass Tri-hull boat
(Hunteraft), 35 h.p. Mercury
electric & steering, 535 Min-
nkota trolling motor (foot con-
trol). Galvanized trailer, bat-
tery & swivel seats. Phone
229-8387. ltp 8-20

Entertainment center
cabinet for TV, stereo,
speakers, records or tapes,
$75. Grandfather curio clocks,
5' tall, all wood, $50. This is all
new furniture. 648-5413. It 8-20


GULF AIRE
Tennis Courts Now Under Construction.
Some beautiful lots still available at
only 11A'/% Interest.

Office or store bldg. One side leased,
other open for new tenant. Income
property priced right. 1800 sq. ft. on
Reid Ave. Owner financing.
513 4th St. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. home. Walk-
Ing distance to stores, chain link
fence. Assume existing mortgage.
Owner will finance balance. Both at
good interest rate. 1/3 down. No. 107.
Lg. roomy, sturdily built older home
with 5 bdrm., 2 be., 2 screen porches,
front and rear, chain link fence en-
circles property. Ideal for Ig. family.
216 7th St. No. 115.


M EXICOCTBEACH


Two beautiful acres plus two ig
trailers and nice size shed Tnree
clocks from beach Oniy 121.500
Owner may finance.
Reduced for Fast Sale. BeautIful
trees surround this nice 2 badm 1 Da
mobile home located on nice land.
escaped tol and close to Gull Corner
Tenn & Ga St Also. aadl'l trailer
which could be a I bdrm ap>
$19,500.00 No 403

2 borm. duplex, very cute. iunaecK
and good view ol the beach Will go
fast at $49.000 Owner will finance


Deluxe 4 bdrm. 2 be nome with can.
h&a. canal location with boat.
dock-lg li N m. 2 loimal dining
rms. and comfortable 'den with
Iimeplace on 2 lots Carl for appt. No.
406
Immaculale. 3 bdim. 1 ba. house
winh a wooden privacy fence, Ig.
garden plot. Cen h&a with an
economical heal pump; well In-
sulated. see Inis jewel today. $48,000.
No 404
1 birm duDplex on hwy. $38,500.
Owner will finance for 20% down.


Perfect Beach Home Overlooking the
Gulf. Cute 2 bdrm., 1 be home with
full kitchen, fam. rm. and nice screen-
ed porch. Just across the hwy. from
the beach with, great view. $44,000.
Hwy. 98 & 3rd St. No. 410.
Beautiful modern 2 bdrm., 1 ba. brick
home close to Gulf. Less than 2 yrs.
old. Lg. fam. rm. with cathedral beam-
ed ceiling, modern kitchen w/Jenn-air
range. Full carpeted. Priced $47,500.
12th St. No. 408.
A Bargainl Reducedl Cute & neat. 2
bdrm., 1 ba. almost furnished mobile
home. Come in today to see this buyl
$21,500. Corner of 5th & Florida Ave.


Deluxe double-wide mobile home in
tip-top condition, 3 bdrmr .ba. with
refrlg, asr, d n h&a.
On malllc lj.1nlcaped,
chaimtfmk "fnce. Very nice with
12x30 screen porch. Corner Fla. &
Mississippi.
Special Buy: On 4th St. 3 bdrm. frame
house on nice lot. Assume existing
mortgage with pmts. of approx. $250
mo., $29,500 total.
Near the Water. Cute one bdrm.
house very close to water with
sizeable existing mortgage. $31,000.


Remodeled, redone, like new 3 bdrm.,
New Listing: What a Duyl 3 bdrm 1 ST. JOE BEACH 2 ba. house. Lg. formal liv. rm.,
be. brick home on 2 Ig lots wlm spacious den w/fireplace, formal din.
fireplace. formal din. im 1602 Complete mis partially finished Call today to see this i bdrm., 1 ba. spacious den wifireplace, formal din
swimming pool with wood lance house at only $19.000 and turn it into traileron 75x150'lot at St. Joe Beach. rm., kitchen w plenty of cabinet
around i Gull Si Only 50 a S30-35.000 home Great location, 3 $12,500. No. 212 space, breakfast area & snack bar.
around m.Gull S. Only 55.000 r. I D. m. din rm, kitchen, Located on 2 lots 75x150' ea. Selma
You're missing out on a good garage with utility rm. only 1 bik. Perfect for large family 4 bdrm., 1 ba. St.
assumable mortgage' Pius 3 Ddim. from beach Adjacent lot also home w Ig. fam. rm. with adjoining
1 ba be. 2 car garage.2 iots screened available No 207 porch. Full kitchen w eating bar. Priced to sell. 2 bdrm., 1 ba. trailer w
porch and swimming pool $75.000 Addt'l 1 bdrm. apt. for additional in- fireplace, on beautiful lot w fruit trees
Corner of Court and Alabama come. Owner financing available. No. for only $19,000. About 1 blk. from
210. "beach. Call for appt. today. No. 200.

JONES BEACON HILL WEWAHITCHKA COMMERCIAL
TOM ET AD Fully equipped store bldg. w Ig. com-
HOMESTEAD Price Reduced to 130,000. 2'/ fenced Great buy for young couple. 2 bdrm., mercial cooler, counters, display is-
Country living, close to town 4 lois containing 3 barm. 2 ba. home 1 be. frame house. Minimum down lands etc. on 3'/2 acres on Hwy. 30,
spacious bdrms. newly remodeled with ig comfortable liv im., din. rm., pmt., financing available. $10,700.00. plenty of rm. for expansion on a
ex Ig kitchen. 1'i acres completely and bright airy nearly new kit. mobile home park, will finance. No.
lanced w new chain link. dog pens. Utilities also available for mobile 17.8 acres still left on east side of 701.
plenty garden space, numerous fruit nome set.uo on one of these lots. Hwy. 71, just north of downtown. May
trees and all close to town ideal for Assume existing loan and owner will be purchased In 5 to 6 acres plots. Business for Sale: Convenience
children, farm or nursery Call today finance balance $5.000 down pmt. ----store, St. Joe Beach, corner of Bay &
on this one $48.500 No 109 and move in 3re Ave between 3rd CYPRESS LODGE Americus. 1,536 sq. ft., 10 dr. walk-in
ana 41h St Nr, 302 -4 miles from Wewa on Dead .akes, cooler, paved driveway on 1%/ lots w
ACREAGE Right on lake, 14 rental units, 2 main concrete slab ready for expansion or
3 berm. 1 Da mobile nome, on 2 Ig. houses, fully equipped restaurant, other business. Call for details. No.
200 on ntracoasta Canal. 3.7 acre a o eon boathouse for 25 boats, 9 boat&' and 700.
20' on Intracoasla Canal. 3.7 eautful h and ry losIBmotors go too. Owner will finance.
mile from paved Hwy 386 A Hill, properly completely enclosed mo to O fn
beautiful property for anyone whc wiin a woodenfence. p renty of space $395,000. 2,700 sq. ft. building on First St. in
wants to tie up his boat In nis own for is or dogs $25.000 No. 301. due House and acre of rouno- Port St. Joe on 3 lots. Ideal for
backyarud S30.000 Nc 8s8 oo Reduced. House and acre of ground warehouse or small business. Use
backyard S30,000 Nc 800 376'on water front. 3 wells and 3 sep- part of it and rent the rest! Presently
Almost 2 acres fronting on Weianpo Priced Reduced to $37,000. Across tic tanks. Only $30,000. has tenants. Plenty of room for ex-
Creek. Hih and dry w horn street from the Gulf on Hwy. 98. This pension. Priced right Call for more
bank overlooking creek. Owner ma 2 bam 1 Da frame home sits on $11,000 lot and trailer. Owner will information. No. 702.
sbdvilo27.000 Nokn 804 bluff for better view of Gulf. Apt. finance with $2,500 down.
subdivide building in back can e rented out for 2 fine business lots on Reid Ave. 60'
*Shady lot at Howard Creek Just a sd', income Cail today for appt. $11,000. A-frame river hut and lot. total width by 90'deep. Includes Vi of
few mue walk m the boat Owner will finance, brick wall on north side, reducing
ding. 53.000 No 805 Paiati)y remodeled 2 Ddrm., 1 bea. Lots from $4,500 500 construction costs.
ho_____ hcme on 2 line lots IDp from beach. Lots from $4,500 to $8,500.
0V CERSTREET Sells as is-at reaucaa price or owner
OVERSTREET will complete On Firsl St. between OAK GROVE BAY FRONT
4In & 5th No 305 BAY RNO
New Listing: Super Buyl Near ane
clean 3 bdm.I 1 bae house on I acre A real bargain at only $12,000. 2 5 acres on St. Rd. 30 near Presnell's.
of land $29500 with assumable moi. Cule as a bullon Ideal lor beach cot- bdrm., 1 ba., eat-in kitchen, screened 251 feet on Road, 800 feet to bay.
Igage Call for apple. tage. I or 2 odrm 3rd Avenue near front porch. Metal shed In back yard. Beautiful view for bayfront home.
6In St. Secluade yet close to the 503 Madison. No. 100. _____
3 bdrm. I be trailer witn attached beach Call lo see nlisone today. CAPE ANBLAS
trailer, also 1 travel trailer, all on 1 ,- 2 bdrm., 1 ba. partially furnished AP SAN L
acre of land. 12,.500 home including range & refrig. Chain
acre o land $12,500link fenced yd w shed in back. Two gorgeous dry acres of tall pines
$10,500. 401 Madison St. and shrubbery with 205' fronting on
BEACH LOTS GULF AIRE hae ka.n 40r Madisonnt.and
GULFAIRE the hWy. and bay. Just beyond the old
BEACH LOTSG salt works marker. Owner will sell all
Charming Spamsnn assign 2 story, 4 INDIAN PASS or 100' on either side. Financing
St. Joe Beach-Lg selection of orm 2' g. oan li, rm. w available.No.10.
beach lots-for less than $1,000 Irepiace. din rm. ab garage on Reduced from $8,000 to $5,500 for a ----
down you can own your own Call t10- beautiful Gull Aire 1ot Best of all a quick sale. 75'x105' lot on Indian
day. No. 900 10t..! assumable mortgage. Pass close to the beach. This is a
_____ super bargain and will go fast.



648-5011 or 648-8220 ASSOCIATES-
PAULETTA CAMPBELL ... 648-8977
JIM CLEMENT .......... 648-5482
E. B. MILLER, REALTOR IKE DUREN, REALTOR SANDRA CLENNEY...... 2296310
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 NATALIESHOAFUNG ........648227-1498


Couch and recliner. See at
2101 Constitution Dr. or call
229-8700 after 5:00. tfc 8-13

Christmas Is Coming! Shop
at home this year with House
of Lloyd toys and gifts.. Gifts
for all ages, with 6(Y under
$10.00. Individual and party
orders available. Ask how
easily you can receive $20.00
worth of merchandise plus
possible added bonuses.
Call us for a catalogue or for
information anytime. Carol
Durham, 229-6676, Port St. Joe
representative. tfc 8-20

21 h.p. Diesel tractor, disc,
bush hog, boom, turning plow
& blade. $6,000. tic 7-23

Used upright piano, good
cond., $500. 227-1568 after 5
p.m. tfc 6-11
AVON
Buy or Sell Avon
Call Vera Morrow at 763-7170
5tc 7-30





1980 Courier truck, like new,
14,000 miles, long wheel base,
4 speed with overdrive.
$5,450.00. 639-2874. tfc 8-20

1980 Buick Regal, $6,995.
Limited edition. Job transfer,
must sell. Like new, low
mileage. A/c, pb, ps, am-fmin
cass., crushed velvet interior.
Phone 227-1105. tfic 8-20
JEEPS, CARS, PICKUPS
from $35. Available at local
Gov't auctions. For Directory
call Surplus Data Center
415-330-7800. 2tp 8-13

1976 LTD, good cond., auto
transm. 648-5315. tfc 8-13

1971 International Fleetstar
tractor. Model 2110A, 230 h.p.
gas burning engine with 136"
wheel base. $2,000. Call
653-8772. (Apalachicola)
2tc 8-13
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. tfi6-25
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
1978 F-100 Ford pickup,
short wheel base 2x4, 300 6
cyl., big tires, chrome wheels,
chrome roll bar. 229-8821.




Wanted: Gas gulping
motors to debug. Smoother
performance saves gas. Add-
ed to fuel. Proven. Ref. given.
FREE gift. Mr. (Frog).
229-8341. 2tp8-13


Small furnished house for
rent. No pets. St. Joe Beach.
648-5144. ltc8-20
For Rent: 3 bdrm. trailer at
St. Joe Beach. Call 227-1277 or
after 6, call 648-5273. tfc 8-6

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.
tfc6-4


Likely I have painted your
neighbor's house. Do you ap-
preciate a whole town behind
someone's painting? Call Joe
Betsey. Call 433-5356, Pen-
sacola. tlO/29

For all your cosmetic needs
call me for a. complimentary
facial. Margaret Hale,
648-5659. Vedora Wilson,
227-1397. 4tc 8-20
Lawnmowers 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
Wewahltchka, Florida
639-2950
4tp8-6
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 2294803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day
Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration -Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 2298416
106 Bellamy Circle
FOR TRACTOR WORK
Call 22-939 or 648-306
tfc 8-14

BOYER
Billboards & Beyond
Signs of All Kinds
Interior- Exterior
House Painting
639-2874 t 8-20
tfc 8-20


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


OWNER RELOCATING Spacious
chain link fenced lot with 2 con-
nected mobile homes furnished.
Large garden area & fruit trees. Pric-
ed to sell at $19,900. $8,000 down,
balance financed at 8 %. White City.

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


Karen King
227-1133


Roy Smith Associates
221 Reid Avenue


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 Fu*niture.
227-1251.


HEPWA


JOB INFORMATION
Alaskan and Ov
employment. Great
potential. Call 602-9
dept. 8636. Phone call
able.


I BE ACONC EABR


BEACON FABRIC
Sewing Notions & Pal
Hwy. 98 at Beacon;
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00 E.S


YARD WORK DO1
Mowing, raking, cl
weeding. Phone 229-89
2:00p.m.


ON


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 p.m.
R. C. CHANDLER, W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.


erseas
income The Disabled American
41-8014, Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
refund- 62, will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
4tp8-13 Joe Motel. tfc6






CS Psychological Services for
tterns anyone with problems in day-
Hill to-day living. Gulf County
1.T. Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
tic 8-6 227-1145 (24 hours)


NE
meaning,
52 after
tfc6-11


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/2294235
Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone229-8757
tfc 2-2


B&J ELECTRICAL
Residential Wiring,
Air Condition Repair
and Installation
Phone 229-8075
tfic7-30


St. Joseph Bay
Construct
*Rs ntial ae te
commeral





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


-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
S 227- 16

P.O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfc7-2


WAUNETA'8
BOOKKEEPING
Complete Bookkeeping Service
Including All Required
Tax Forms
Reasonable--- Set
Monthly Fee
Wauneta Brewer
1168 Monument 22-8536
25tp6-11

TV& RADIO REPAIR .
B&JElectrical&
Electronics
510 1st St., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-85 -
In Wewa on Tuesdays
tfe7-30



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

7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES

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


"I think it woe something I t*."



kills bugs for

up to six months,
and soves you about S100 yordl
in costly pest co trot servics.
Use of Sprayer free with
,purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St Joe Florida


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


I `


I MISC. FOR SALE I


REAL ESTATE FOR SALE


THURSDAY, AUG. 2o, 1981











THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1981


Lightning Bolts Kill




Over 600 Persons


In Accidents


Fine Catch Raffield's Fisheries on the Gulf County Canal.
From left to right are, Brad Timmons, Carl
These four fishermen brought in this fine Raffield, George Davis and Junior Segers.
estch of snapper, grouper, trigger fish, They had 800 pounds of snapper, 200 pounds of
Samberjack and pompano on Thursday of last trigger fish, several amberjacks and bonita
week. The fishermen landed their catch at and 150 pounds of pompano. -Star photo


- Public Notices -


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO. 81-174
IN RE: Forfeiture of the following des-
cribed property, 1973 Monte Carlo,
Chevrolet, Serial Number
1H57H3K406278, license tag
number TBP050.
Si TWICE
S.TO: Andy L Stewart
P.O. Box 516
Wewahltchka, Florida 32465
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Motion for a Rule to Show Cause will be
filed In the above styled Court why a 1973
Chevrolet Monte Carlo, tag number
TBP050, serial number 1H57H3K406278,
which was seized by the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department should not be
forfeited. The anticipated filing date for
* -' "said Motion for Rule to Show Cause is
; September 18,1981.
S tat MEL C. MAGIDSON, JR.
Assistant State Attorney 2t 8-20
NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS
APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF
I'lit ABANDONED PROPERTY
iPursuant to10 Section 13. Chapter 717,'
Iorlda Statutes. entitled "Florida
SDisposition of Unclaimed Property Act",
Notice Is hereby given tnal the persons
Listed below appeal ro be the owners of
unctalmed personal or Intangible proper-
ty presumed abandoned THIS DOES NOT
INVOLVE REAL ESTATE
-1Account Number 0349-1980-0034, Ap-
parent Owner Dillman, E. Richard.
Information concerning the amount or
description of the property and the
names and address of the holder may be
obtained by any person possessing an in-
leiest In the property by addressing an In-
S quiry to GERALD A LEWIS. State Comp-
troller, Abandoned Property Secllon.
ATTN: Harry B. Carson. 1401 Stale
Capitol. Tallahassee. Florida 32301, (904)
487-2583. Be sure to mention the account
number BEFORE the name as published
In this notice Unless proof of ownership
Is presented to the older by October 29,
1981, the property will be delivered for
custody to the Comptroller of Florida.
Thereafter, all further claims must be
directed to Ihe Comptroller of Florida.
GERALD A. LEWIS
r COMPTROLLER
SOF FLORIDA
2t8-20

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION
FILE Number 81-25 Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF -
JOHNNIE LEE MARTIN,
S Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN-
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
administration of the estate of JOHNNIE
LEE MARTIN, deceased, File Number





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ST. JOSEPH IAY REALTY
900 B Highway 98
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
.- (904)648.5011

* 1981CgSrnturv21eal realJile
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81-25, Is pending in the Circuit Court for
Gulf County, Florida, Probate Division;
the address of'which Is Gulf County
Courthouse, P. 0. Box 968, Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456. The personal represen-
tatives of the estate are Levada Meredith
and Franzora Hatcher, whose addresses
are 25 Lake View Drive, R.R. No. 3, Mary
Esther, Florida 32569, and 17810
Mackeson Court, Carson, California
90745, respectively. The name and ad-
dress of the personal representatives' at-
torney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or demands
against the estate are required, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim must
be In writing and must Indicate the basis
for the claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or attorney, and
the amount claimed. If the claim Is not yet
due, the date when it will become due
shall be stated. If the claim Is contingent
or unliquidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If the claim is
secured, the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies of the claim to thb clerk to enable
the clerk to mall one copy to each per-
sonal representative.
All persons Interested In the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of Ad--
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenges the validi-
ty of the decedent's will, the.qualifica-
tions of the personal representative, or
the venue or jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: August 20,
1981.
Is/t Levada Meredith
Is/ Franzora Hatcher
As Personal Representatives of the
Estate of Johnnie Lee Martin, deceased.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRE-
SENTATIVE:
ts Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
413 Williams Avenue
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Telephone: 9041227-1159
2t 8-20

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION
FILE Number 81-23 Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
VERNA IRWIN,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN- .
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
administration of the estate of VERNA IR-
WIN, deceased, File Number 81-23, Is
pending in the Circuit Court for Gulf


County, Florida, Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which Is Gulf County
C horthouse, 1000 Fifth St., Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456. The personal represen-
-tative of the estate Is JOHN N. MORGAN,
III,, whose. address Is 3144 Orleans Way
S., Apopka, Flroida 32803: The name and
address of the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or demands -
against the estate are required, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim must
be In writing and must Indicate the basis
for the claim, the name and address of!
the creditor or his agent or attorney, and
the amount claimed. If the claim is not yet
due, the date when It will become due
shall be stated. If the claim is contingent
or unliquidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If the claim is
secured, the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies of the claim to the clerk to enable
the clerk to mall one copy to each per-
sonal representative.
All persons Interested in the estate to
whom a copy bf this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenges the validi-
ty of the decedent's will, the qualifica-
tions of the personal representative, or
the venue or jurisdiction of.the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: August 20,
1981.
/s/ John N. Morgan, III
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of Verna Irwin, deceased.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRE-
SENTATIVE:
Is/ Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
413 Williams Avenue
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
Telephone: 9041227-1159
2t 8-20


If you've ever been caught
outside during a thunder-
storm, you know it can be a
terrifying experience and with
good reason. Lightning kills
over 600 persons and causes 50
million dollars in property
damage every year.
Thunderstorms frequently
build up so quickly that you
are caught off guard. But no
matter where you are, you can
observe safety precautions to
help protect yourself from
lightning.
If you are indoors stay
inside. Don't go outside unless
it is absolutely necessary.
Stay away from open doors
and windows, fireplaces, ra-
diators, stoves, metal pipes,
sinks, and plug-in appliances.
Don't use the phone, be-
cause lightning may strike
telephone lines outside. Don't
use plug-in electrical equip-
ment like mixers, hair dryers,


Bangers Sj

Volleyball


The Beacon Hill Bangers
and El Governor Motel will be
sponsoring a Labor Day week
end volleyball tournament at
Beacon Hill on Sunday, Sep-
tember 6.
The tournament will be held
under the cabana at Beacon
Hill beach, on the beach.

Amateur


Operators


Organizing

An ameteur radio group is
being organized in Gulf Coun-
ty, under the name of Gulf
Amateur Radio Society, ac-
cording to Jim Buchanan of
the Gulf County Sheriff's
office, one of the organizers of
the group.
The new group is open to all
amateur operators and those
interested in amateur radio
work.
A meeting of the group will
be held next Thursday, August
27, at 7:00 p.m., in the
conference room of the Sher-
iff's Department in the Gulf
County Courthouse. Those
who think they might be
interested could contact Bu-
chanan at the Sheriffs office
or Dick Lamberson of St. Joe
Auto Parts.


electric toothbrushes, or elec-
tric toothbrushes, or electric
razors.
Unplug the T.V. set if it is
connected to an outside anten-
na, and don't take laundry off
the clothesline.
If you are outdoors, avoid
lone trees. Even if the tree you
are standing under is not
directly struck by lightning, a
nearby strike may follow the
tree root system, electrifying
a wide ground area. Many
cattle huddle under a tree and
are killed this way each year.
If there are no buildings
near, your best protection is in
a ditch or under clumps of
small trees in open forest
glades. The trees should be at
least head high, but pick the
smallest tree among several
large ones.
Avoid hill tops, open spaces,
overhead wires, wire fences,
metal clotheslines, exposed


sponsor


Tourney

Trophies will be awarded to
the first and second place
teams as well as individual
trophies.
Teams will be limited to six
men or women to each team.
Entry fees of $30.00 are
required of each team enter-
ing the tournament.
Those entering teams in the
tournament should call 648-
5672 or 648-5998.
Those who would want to
play or watch, are urged to
come out and enjoy a day in
the sun and surf and watch
some fine volleyball.
NOTE OF THANKS
The Beacon Hill Bangers
would like to express, their
appreciation to all the people
who supported their efforts in
keeping their recreational fa-
cilities and "The Cabana" on
Beacon Hill.
The Bangers would espe-
cially like. to give special
thanks to Lt. Governor Wayne
Mixon, State Representative
Leonard Hall, Gulf County
Commissioner James Tank-
ersley, Henry Cabbage and
Bill Salter of the Panama City
News-Herald and the staff of
WJHG-TV, Channel 7.


Yearly

sheds, and any tall objects
such as flagpoles that conduct
electricity. Stay away from
unprotected storm shelters
such as are often found on golf
courses, picnic areas, or
campgrounds. These are
prime targets for lightning.
Don't use metal objects like
fishing rods and golf clubs.
Golfers wearing cleated shoes
make particularly fine light-
ning rods.
Stop tractor work, especial-
ly if the tractor is pulling
metal equipment. Tractors
and other implements in me-
tallic contact with the ground
are often struck by lightning.
Stay in your car if you are
traveling. Closed cars offer
good protection because of
their insulating rubber tires.
However, convertibles with
non-metal tops are dangerous
during a thunderstorm.
Get out of water if you are
swimming, and off small
boats when a thunderstorm
builds up. Water is an excel-
lent conductor of electricity. If
you are caught in open water
in a boat during a thunder-
storm, stay low.
For more information on
lightning safety rules, contact
your County Extension Office.


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.

Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00P.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.


YARD SALE
Saturday
105 Yaupon, 9-1
3 Families-
Misc. Items


PORT ST. JOE. Lovely home on 2 beautiful landscaped
lots. Lg. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., liv. rm., din. rm., den, kitchen'
nook, utility rm., dbl. carport with storage space. In-
cludes kit. appliances, carpet & drapes. Priced to sell,
equity and assume 9% mortgage. 1613 Marvin Ave.


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


*********** **************


IN WASHINGTON


Contracting Out
One of the most difficult
issues faced by Congressmen
who have substantial federal
employment in their Congres-
sional Districts is the question
of contracting out federal posi-
tions. Florida's First Congres-
sional District is no exception
and contracting out studies
take up an inordinate amount
of our time.
Let me state, first of all,
that all of us want government
to run as efficiently as possible
with the lowest possible cost to
the taxpayer. This should be
the goal of government, and
everyone who pays taxes
should be supportive of greater
efficiency. However, contract-
ing out should be undertaken
only for the right purposes
with the proper objectives. Un-
fortunately, I have found that
many contracting initiatives
have been undertaken over the
past few years with the wrong
objectives and for the wrong
reasons.
Contracting out solely for
the sake of reducing the federal
work force has often led to
greater inefficiencies and in-
creased costs. Once a bid is let
for substantially less cost, the
federal government often
becomes hostage to the con-
tractors as the "in-house"
ability to accomplish this work
disappears. With each suc-
ceeding year, the cost to the
government continually rises,
usually at a greater rate than
inflation, and the government
finds itself painted into a
corner.
The Congress has become
increasingly aware of the prob-
lems of contracting initiatives.
Over the past few years at-
tempts have been made to in-
sure that such studies and con-
tracts are designed to provide
the efficiencies needed without
harming military readiness or
establishing a position for the
government from which there
is no recovery. Specifically, in
Sec. 502 of the Fiscal Year
1981 Department of Defense
Authorization Act, the Con-
gress took an important step in
insuring the protection of our
government. In this law, Con-
gress directed that DOD must
meet strengthened restrictions
on conversions of performance
of commercial and industrial


WITH


EARL *


HUTTO
* ************


type functions to private con-
tractors. The restrictions
preclude contracting only to
circumvent civilian personnel
ceilings. Furthermore, the
Secretary of Defense must pro-
vide extensive information to
the Congress prior to such ac-
tions in order that the Congress
may review these decisions.
Finally, this law requires the
Secretary of Defense to submit
a written report to the Con-,
gress by February I of each
year on contracting studies
considered for the coming i
fiscal year. In this way, the
members of Congress are at-
tempting to "get a handle" on ,
the contracting issue.
Let me close by noting, to
each of those individuals who
may have faced or may be
facing a contracting study of
their federal positions, that a :
Congressman can only refute a'
contracting study with the help j
of the affected employees.
When DOD announces a deci-
sion to contract out, it takes
timely and accurate informa-
tion to challenge the DOD
analysis. Only with the
assistance of those whose jobs
are under fire can a Con-
gressman effectively question
the Defense Department deci-
sion. -

Sunday Morning Souffle

Nancy's recipe this week i
by Mrs. James R. Mann, wife
of a former Representative;,
from South Carolina. 7

10 slices white bread
butter
YV pound medium sharp ched;..
dar cheese, grated
3 eggs, beaten until light
2 cups milk
1 teaspoon salt

Cut crusts off bread and
spread slices of bread with
butter. Cut in cubes. Alternate
layers of buttered bread cubes
and grated cheese in pyrex or
souffle dish. Mix. together
eggs, milk and salt. Pour mix- '
ture over bread and cheese.-
Cover and refrigerate 12 hours.
Remove from refrigerator and.
let stand until room
temperature is reached. Bake.
at 2750 for 45 minutes. Serve at
once. Makes 8 servings.


MEXICO BEACH. Dreams come true with this new,
modern home overlooking the Gulf. 3 bdrm., 2 ba., in-
cludes drapes, carpet, stove, refrig., dishwasher, washer
& dryer. Call for an appt. Hwy. 98 & 14th St.


ST. JOE BEACH. Ideal location overlooking the Gulf. 2
bdrm., brick home with Ig. glassed In porch. 2 plus lot.
Between Ponce de Leon and Cortez St.


NEW BETHEL

African Methodist Episcopal Church

146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL .................... 9:30A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 6:00P.M.

"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


*APARKER REALTY


Hwy. 98 at 31 st St.

Mexico Beach, Fla. 9041648-5777



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


AUCTION

Palaina City, Florida

7th Street & Bonita Avenue
(Behind Bay Memorial Medical Center)


Aug. 22 12 a.m. CST

If inclement weather sale will be moved to conference room
inside Medical Center.


6 HOUSES &


3 Wood Frame


STORAGE BLDGS.
To be sold at public outcry to the highest bid. Houses and storage
buildings will be open for inspection 7:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m. every day
through time of sale. Method of payment must be cash, certified
check, money order, unless prior arrangements are made. Removal
shall be at the expense, liability, and risk of the purchaser. Profes-
sional house movers will be on premises day of sale to assist you. 60
days will be allowed for removal.
SALE CONDUCTED BY
PANAMA CITY AUCTION
3600 West 23rd St., Panama City, Florida 32405
Phone 904/769-4667


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PAGE EIGHT


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1981


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from the meters. They take in
just a little more than enough
money to pay for their opera-
tion, repairs and policing.
The Commission now wants
input from citizens as to how
they feel about removing the
meters.
BUDGET
Clerk Alden Farris advised
the Commission that it was
budget making time and that
he had a tentative budget
nearly ready for the consider-
ation of the Commission.
: Only the expenditure side of
the budget can be considered
at this time, however, since
the Gulf County Property
Appraiser, Joyce Williams,
has not completed her proper-
ty appraisement roll yet. She
has asked the County Commis-
sion for a total of 60 days
:extension, but said recently
Ohe should have the roll ready
.'before her extension time is
up.
The Commission will have a
special work-shop meeting
Thursday morning of next
week, to begin budget plan-
ning. The budget planning
meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m.
Farris also advised the
Commission that the City Hall
is now open from 7:30 a.m., to
5:00 p.m. "We have changed
the hours since most of our
employees work 10-hour days,
four days a week", Farris
said.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters,
the Commission:
-: -Instructed Doug Buck of
the Apalachee Regional Plan-
ning Council to start the
certification process to re-
quest a grant of $250,000 to be


applied to the port construc-
tion process here in Port St.
Joe.
-Approved of a resolution
calling for a shifting of bridge
building funds from the Over-
street bridge replacement to
the Highland View bridge
replacement to facilitate the
new port construction.
-Agreed to close the alley
between Ninth and Tenth
Streets running from Long to
Monument Avenue, reserving
easements to maintain drain-
age facilities in the alley area.
-Agreed to pay Rowe Dril-
ling Company of Tallahassee
$33,315 for repairing a caved
in water well for the City.
-Agreed to purchase a
water distillation plant for the
Waste Water Treatment Plant
from Curtin-Matheson Scienti-
fic, Inc., for $2,545.

PANHANDLE ALCLHOLISM
BOARD MEETING AUG. 24
The Panhandle Alcoholism
Council Advisory Board will
be meeting Monday. August 24
at 12:00 noon at Pauline's
Restaurant in the conference
room.
All members are invited to
attend.

CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my sincere
thanks to all my relatives,
friends and neighbors for all
their kindness and sympathy
during the illness and death of
my beloved husband; Jim
Smith. May God bless each of
you.
Mrs. Viola Smith

The art of knitting is said to
have originated in Scotland.


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Port St. Joe High School
band students have already
reported back for work for
the new school year.
The band is already at
work practicing routines
for their football season
shows.
In the top photo, the
brass is hard at work
practicing their music and
in the lower photo, the flag
corps whips their routine
into shape.
Both the weather and the
music were hot!
-Star photos


Hospital Board Will Make



Final Inspection Monday


The Board of Directors of
Municipal Hospital will make
their last inspection trip Mon-
day and then come up with a
proposal to make to the people
of Port St. Joe concerning the
future of the hospital.
What started out as an
attempt to lease the hospital to
Bay Memorial Medical Center
for $1.00 a year, evolved into
offers received to purchase
the institution by other hospi-
tals. The offers started to
come in while Municipal's
Board was awaiting an offer


from BMMC.
Last week, the Board cut off
the receipt of offers after
Baptist Medical Center of
Jacksonville made an offer to
purchase. The Board had
already received offers from
U.S. Health Corporation and
Sunbelt, Inc., a subsidiary of
the Seventh Day Adventist
Church. The Board has alrea-
dy examined the facilities of
U.S. Health and Sunbelt.
The trip to Jacksonville
Monday will allow the local
Board to inspect the Jackson-


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Steno Pads Typing Paper- Graph Paper Carbon Paper Ring Binders
Report Covers Composition Books Filler Paper Ball Point Pens
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Mechanical Pencils Rubber Cement Dictionaries Thesaurus
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ville facilities of BMC and a
hospital in St. Mary's, Geor-
gia, which the center has
owned and operated for slight-
ly more than a year. The St.
Mary's facility is about the
same size as Municipal.
BMC is to make their
offer Monday, which will be
considered along with the
other two offers and a decision
made next week on whether or
not to recommend a sale of
Municipal and to whom the
sale should be made.
The Jacksonville-based
medical group has been in
Port St. Joe to express their
interest in the hospital and to
outline the scope of their
medical operations, which in-
clude a full-time helicopter
life flight service.
The Baptist Medical Center
of Jacksonville is not an arm
of the Florida Baptist Conven-


Monday, Aug. 24
Sloppy Joe, French fries,
orange juice, cake and milk.
Tuesday, Aug. 25
Batter dipped fish, cabbage
slaw, baked beans, hush
puppy and milk.
Wednesday, Aug. 26
Spaghetti with meat sauce,
green beans, tossed salad,
buttered roll and milk.
Thursday, Aug. 27
Chicken, rice with gravy,
turnip greens, sweet potatoes,
cornbread and milk.
Friday, Aug. 28
Hot dog, French fries, sliced
peaches with peanut granules,
cinnamon crispy and milk.
Menus are subject to change
due to the availability of foods.


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tion and receives only moral
support from the Baptists. The
Baptists started the hospital in
the 1950's, but it has since
pulled away from church
domination in a separation of
church and state movement.


undetermined.
According to Sheriff Ken
Murphy, an intense investiga-
tion of the fire was started
immediately after the fire and
is still being conducted by.the
Gulf County Sheriff's De-
partment and the State Fire
Marshall's office. The investi-
gation resulted in the arrest of
Jones. A second suspect is still
being sought by the Sheriff's
Department.


HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
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Willie Lee "Bill" Jones, age
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rested Thursday of last week
by Gulf County Sheriff's dep-
uties and charged with arson
in connection with a fire which
partially destroyed Linton's
Building Supply in Wewa-
hitchka last Monday night.
Jones is currently being held
in the Gulf County jail under a
$2,000 bond.
The fire was discovered
about 11:00 p.m. last Monday
night, which completely des-
troyed the warehouse portion
of the business and threatened
several other buildings. The
value of the damage is still


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PAGE TEN THE STAR, THURSDAY, AUG. 20. 1981



MINUTES
of the
County Commission
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muiCli


The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County,
Florida, met in regular ses-
S msion July 28 with the following
members present: James L..
Tankersley, Chairman,
Jimmy 0. Gortman, Douglas
C. Birmingham, William R.
Branch, and Eldridge Money.
Others present were: George
Y. Core, Deputy Clerk, Wil-
liam J. Rish, Attorney,
Tommy Pitts, Administrative
Assistant, Lloyd Whitfield,
Road Superintendent, and Bill
Lamar, Bailiff.
The meeting came to order
at 7:00 p.m. The Deputy Clerk
opened the meeting with
,rayer, followed by the pledge
The minutes of july 14, 1981,
were approved and adopted as
recorded.
-The Board having given
public notice according to.law,
opened the meeting as a public
hearing to receive comments
as to the adoption of an
ordinance pertaining to the
,* purchase and disposal of
precious metals by dealers in,
Gulf County. Whereupon, the
Attorney read and explained
the proposed ordinance. There
being no objections, Comm.
Money moved the Board adopt
the following ordinance.
Comm. Branch seconded the
motion and it passed with the
following vote. Aye- Comm.
Tankersley, Gortman, Birm-
ingham, Branch and Money;
ORDINANCE 81-5, an OR-
DINANCE relating to the
purchase of personal property
made of precious metals by
; dealers within Gulf County!
providing for the keeping of
certain records: prohibiting
the disposal of certain per-
sonal property within speci-
fled period of time: providing
for the filing of certain re-
ports: prohibiting certain
transactions with minors: pro-
S hiding for the arrangement of
certain stocks: prescribing
penalties: and providing an
effective date.
Rebecca Jones, Personnel
Technician and Ted Cox,
4, Local Government Assistance
Specialist of the State Depart-
ment of Community Affairs,
appeared before the Board
and presented their report on.
classification and compensa-
', tion for County employees.
Mr. Cox discussed and an-
swered questions as to the 62
page report. After lengthy
discussion, the Board directed
that the report be studied by
each Commissioner, Superin-
.. tendent, Foreman, and em-
ployee and that this Commis-
sion meet with the employees
Thursday evening, July 30th
at 8:00 p.m. for the purpose of
discussing the report with the
employees before considera-
tion of adoption is given.
f:' Dr. E. C. Prather, District
Program Supervisor, district
Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Service was
welcomed to this meeting. He
S said he attended this meeting
to address the short range
plans and long term goals of
the Gulf County Health De-
partment. He first proposed
S the question of "where do you
want to be in your County
Health Program ten years
from now?" He said the
answer to this question re-
quired direction from this
'v Commission. His thought was
that he did not foresee a great
increase in local financing;
therefore, a possible solution
to that problem, and at the
same time, giving the public a
better health care program,
would be for several counties,
including Gulf, to combine
their efforts, designed after
S the Leon-Wakulla counties
S Health Care Arrangement. He
explained the extra Health
Care Programs that Wakulla
County is benefiting from by
drawing from the larger
county, Leon; that a small
county such as Wakulla or
Gulf could not finance a single
county program as Wakulla is
now enjoying. He discussed
the possibility of Gulf and Bay
County joining hands in such a
program, but added that the
time is not right presently, but
it could be in the future. He
: said one short term alterna-
Stive could be that the Board
move rapidly to find a Public
Health Officer, possibly from
retired doctors living min that
area. Such a person would be
totally in charge and also
supply all necessary clinical

Commissioner Gortman
S said that we are now on the
right course, even though
t' here remains much work to
be done. He then asked ff the
County Health Department
will, inthenearfuture, take on
Sthe responsibility of inspection
of all seafood establishments.
Dr. Prather said this is now
being considered by his de-
partment. The Board then


* entered into a long discussion
on this matter. A special
meeting was called for 6:00
p.m., August 3rd, for the
purpose of working out a plan
and appointing a supervisor


for the Health Department
until such time a permanent
plan can be in effect.
Tom Knox, Manager, St. Joe
Natural Gas Company, pre-
sented a proposal to install
certain air conditioning equip-
ment to replace faulty equip-
ment now in use and a
proposal for a maintenance
agreement on the courthouse
and jail cooling facilities.
After much discussion, the
Board thanked Mr. Knox for
his time and proposals and
said that the Commissioners
will study this question before
making a decision.
Evan Williams, Chairman
of a Committee to circulate
and collect questionnaires as to
a proposed water system for
St. Joe Beach, made the
following report:
Question 1- Is a water
system needed in St. Joe
Beach? Yes-148. No-4.
Question 2- Would you
connect to the system with no
connection fee and pay $19.00-
$20.00 per month for 7,000
gallons? Yes-130. No-21.
Question 3- Would you
prefer a front footage charge
to all property owners, to
reduce monthly bill? Yes-
125. No- 20.
There was a motion by
Comm. Birmingham, sec-
onded by Comm. Money, and
unanimously carried, that the
County Engineers, Barrett,
Daffin and Carlan, commence
with an application to Farm-
ers Home Administration for a
grant-loan to construct a
water system at St. Joe
Beach.
The administrative assist-
ant reminded the Board that
Mexico Beach wants to know
if the county intends to
purchase its water from its
system. The Chairman said.
that according to the action
just taken this Board plans to
produce its own water, provid-
ig the system can be fi-
nanced.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R., Bar-
rentine appeared" to discuss
the counties claim that a
trailer tongue belonging to
them extends out over the
right of way of SR22-A, just
east of the Dead Lakes Dam.
The Administrative Assistant
reported that according to his
findings, the trailer tongue
encroaches on right of way
several inches. Mr. Barren-
tine offered to correct this
matter by cutting off the
tongue. A motion was made by
Comm. Gortman, seconded by
Birmingham, and it was un-
animously carried, that the
Board approved the owner
cutting off the trailer tongue to
correct this problem.
Raymond W. Lopez, St. Joe
Beach, requested the County
consider passing ordinance
dealing with parking on the
right of way of US98, in
Beacon Hill and other parts of
the beach. He said the parking
situation is deplorable at this
time where the buildings are
so close to theedge of the right
of way and it has become a
very dangerous situation. He
suggested off-highway park-
ing, one parking space for
each bed in the building, be
required for all new construc-
tion, that such an ordinance
would not be a hardship on the
owner of new buildings and
will prevent the present ha-
zardous parking practices
from spreading. The Board
discussed this problem and
decided to request the Depart-
ment of Transportation to
make a study for "no parking
zones" in Beacon Hill and
other congested areas of the
beach.
Administrative Assistant
Pitts informed the Board that
Tallahassee Memorial Hos-
pital is billing the county for
an indigent county patient;
however, said patient does not
qualify as an indigent accord-
ing to the county's guidelines.
Mr. Pittsy presented a
change order on the project of
resurfacing four secondary
roads, the change being to use
thermal plastic pavement
messages and stop bars at a
total increase in the contract
price of $1,850.40. He also
presented pay request no. 1 of
Gulf Asphalt Corporation in
the amount of $158,728.85 on
project 1422-2. Upon motion by
Comm. Branch, seconded by
Comm. Gortman and unani-
mously carried, the Board
approved the Change Order
and payment to Gulf Asphalt
Corporation in the amount
stated.
Mr. Pitts then presented a
subdivision plat of St. Joseph
Bay Estates Unit 2, a subdivi-
sion of a 238.33 foot strip of
land lying on the South right of
way of the Jones Homestead
Road. He said this plat
complied with the county's
regulations and recommended


its approval. Upon motion by
Comm. Gortman, seconded by
Comm. Money and unani-
mously carried, this plat was
approved, subject to the title
opinion being properly signed
(Continued on Page 11)


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Minutes


by the approving attorney and
other necessary signature as
to ownership.
S The attorney informed the
Board that the legislature has
increased the general liability
of all counties from $100,000 to
$200,000 and suggested they
consider this matter. The
Board said that liability in-
surance and all other county
insurance is a priority to be
considered in the upcoming
budget and the Board has
heretofore notified the insur-
ance agencies in the county
that this Commission intends
to bid all county insurance for
an effective date of October 1,
1981. After discussion, the
Board appointed the Attorney,
Administrative Assistant, and
the Clerk to prepare a bid
sheet on all county insurance,
to be effective October 1, 1981;
that this be done as soon as
possible in order that this
Board can give its approval
and advertise for bids prior to
October 1, 1981.
The Attorney discussed pos-
sible litigation against the
County by Broward Mixon,
resulting from a promise to
remove fill dirt from his
property at Howard Creek, in
that the Road Department
pushed over a number of trees
and actually did some clear-
ing, but never fulfilled its
promise to excavate and re-
move the fill dirt. Comm.
Branch and Gortman reported
they have made an investiga-
tion of this matter and find the
county has no liability what-
soever; that the pushing of the
trees and the clearing was
done by invitation of Mr.
Mixon and that at the time he
knew that if the dirt was not
suitable for Road Department
use, that the fish pond, dike,
and roadway would not be
constructed by the county.
Lloyd Whitfield, Road Super-
intendent, assured the Board
his involvement in this matter
was directed by a former
county commissioner and the
agreement by Mr.Mixon as he
understood it was according
to Mr. Mixon's invitation and
directions as to what should be
done to provide access to the
location of the proposed fish
pond, thus, there could be no
liability by the county. The
Chairman directed the attor-
iey "to defend the county if
litigation is forthcoming.
Comm. Birmingham dis-
cussed a drainage problem on
SR71, just a few hundred feet
north of the Overstreet high-
way intersection that is
caused by the owner of the
property closing a county
ditch that drains that area. He
said the person that closed the
ditch has recently purchased
the property and is preparing
to build a home. The owner
will be contacted on this
matter.
The Board considered ap-
proval of a travel voucher of
David L. Taunton, County
Judge, for travel to a County
Judge's Conference. The
Chairman said the voucher is
not in question, only the 19
cents per mile reimburse-


In 1841, Michael Faraday
discovered how to induce an
electric current by rotating
a wire around a magnet.


HIGHLAND VIEW
METHODIST CHURCH
Corner 4th & Parker Ave.
Invites You to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY ................. 7:30 Prayer Meetings
Nursery Provided


First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 10:00A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00 A.M.
Study.in the Gospels, Wednesday 7:00-7:45.
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229-6857


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

2001 GARRISON AVE. PORT ST. JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT .................... 7:00 P.M.


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ment, rather than 14 cents, as
authorized by this Board. The
Board understood that the
Judge was asking for the 19
cents per mile allowance and
$40.00 per day per diem
because that is the amount
allowed by state law and some
of the county officials pay
themselves that amount when
they travel. There was a
motion by Comm. Branch,
seconded by Comm. Money to
allow the 19 cents per mile and
$40.00 per day per diem.
Comm. Birmingham amended
the motion to pay all county
officials and employees 20
cents per mile and $50.00 per
diem on authorized out-of-
county business, in accord-
ance with the new state law, to
be effective this date. Second-
ed by Comm. Gortman. Vote
on the amendment: Yes -
Birmingham, Gortman and
the Chairman. No Branch
and Money. The Chairman
announced that the amend-
ment passed and then called
'for a vote on the motion. Yes
- Unanimous.
The Board authorized the
State Selective Service .Sys-
tem to use the Grand Jury
Room on August 5-12 and if
this was not suitable, arrange-
ment can be made to use the
conference room in the lib-
rary.
Commissioner Branch re-
ported that the faulty paving
on Second Avenue in Beaon
Hill remains a problem. He
said the engineer is aware of
this problem and is looking
into the cause; however, it,
would be good to give written
notice that the county cannot
accept this project in its
present condition. Mr. Pitts
said he would attend to this.
Comm. Birmingham dis-
cussed a request from the
Tupelo Fire Control District
and the City of Wewahitcliha,
wherein the City is purchasing
a new fire truck, tobe used
jointly by the fire district and
the city. The District is
requesting the county to in-
crease the mileage assessment
for the 1981-82 fire district
budget to produce funds suff-
icient to pay one-half the costs
of the new truck. After discus-
sion, there was a motion by,
Comm.. Birmingham, second
ed by Comm. Gortman, and
unanimously carried that the
Board comply with the above
request at the time the village '
is ascertained for the 1981-82
budget.*
The Board received the
County Agent's Report for the
month of June. There being no
further business, the meeting
adjourned at 10:42 p.m.










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It was moved by Mr.
Graham and seconded by Mr.
Whitfield to accept a bid from
Chevron Oil Distributors for
the purchase of petroleum
products for the 1981-82 school
year.
Attorney Costin spoke to the
Board's rights relative to
legally entering school lockers
in search of drugs that are
forbidden in a manner which
would stand up in court.
Edwin Williams and Clayton
Wooten attended the meeting
and stressed the fact that the
problem was vanishing at both
high schools, but felt that they
should have some legal access
to suspected lockers. The
Board agreed to table this
matter until Board member
Sewell was present.
The Board set August 4 as
the date for the Clarence
Monette hearing.
It was moved by Mr.
Whitfield and seconded by Mr.
Graham to approve a request
from Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Ramsey to transfer their
children, Michael Ray and
Randy Wayne to Highland
View Elementary School. The
vote was unanimous.
It was moved by Mr. Greer
and seconded by Mr. Whitfield


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to approve the following job
descriptions: Finance Of-
ficer; Finance Clerk; Fiscal
Clerk; Payroll Clerk; Secre-
tary to Superintendent; Secre-
tary to High School Principal;
Secretary to Elementary
School Principal; Secretary to
Director of Instruction; As-
sistant Principal-Elementary
School; Naval Science In-
structor; Community School
Service Coordinator; County
Wide Maintenance and Custo-
dial Coordinator; Auto Me-
chanics Technical Assistant.
Copies are on file in the
Superintendent's Office.
Bids were received on Certi-
ficates of Deposits from We-
wahitchka State Bank and
Florida First National Bank.
It was moved by Mr. Greer
and seconded by Mr. Whitfield
to accept the highest and best
bid of Wewahitchka State
Bank. Copies are on file in the
Superintendent's office.
The Board reviewed bud-
gets from all cost centers. No
action necessary.
It was moved by Mr. Greer
and seconded by Mr. Whitfield
that the bills be paid.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed to meet again on
August 4 at 9:00 A.M.


181

Banks Fighting Foreign



Take-Over In Court


Florida National Banks of
Florida, Inc. has filed a
lawsuit in Federal District
Court in Jacksonville against
C.A. Cavendes, charging the
Venezuelan banking institu-
tion with conspiracy and viola-
tions of federal and state
banking and securities laws.
The suit alleges that through
a conspiracy of South Florida,
Canadian and other South
American interests Cavendes
has unlawfully obtained a


major stock interest in
Florida National.
Florida National complains
that Cavendes has failed to
properly disclose its plans and
intentions to obtain control of
Florida National and any
plans with respect to the
disposition of the major block
of stodk which it has as-
sembled.
The complaint questions
whether Cavendes has the


145 Drunks Arrested

Daily On Florida Hwys


Drunk driving arrests in
Florida for 1980 averaged 145
for each day said the Florida
Highway Patrol recently.
Of the 53,029 drivers ar-
rested for DWI by all police
officers in the state, 36,657
were found guilty and 614 were
found not guilty. The courts
dismissed 7,760 DWI arrests,
aned 9,249 to other and
usually lesser charges.
Police officers arrested a
total of 2,083,944 drivers for
traffic offenses and the lead-
ing violation was speeding
with 550,853.
Seven percent of the total
arrests were for careless
driving, nine percent were for
no driver's license and six
percent were charged with


running a. red light. Ten
percent were for no or im-
proper vehicle license tag and
three percent for failure to
stop at a stop sign.
With the motor vehicle
inspection law being phased
out, the 1980 total arrests for
expired sticker of 239,304, will
be greatly reduced for 1981
and will probably drop to zero
in the near future.
While many drivers feel that'
the ticket they received was
not iair, Colonel Eldrige
Beach, Patrol director feels
that without enforcement of
the traffic laws on Florida's
streets and highways,, the
carnage would continue to
grow at a much faster rate.


The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
Tuesday, July 7, 1981 at 5:30
P.M. in the Boardroom in the
Courthouse in Port St. Joe.
The following members were
present: Gene Raffield, Chair-
man; Waylon Graham; Ted
Whitfield; Fred Greer. Board
member Paul Sewell was
absent. Superintendent Wilder
was- present.
Chairman Gene Raffield
presided and the meeting was
openedmwith prayer by Mr.
The Board presented a
placque of appreciation to
Frank Barnes in recognition
of his many years of devoted
service to the Gulf County
School System.
It was moved by Mr.
Graham and seconded by Mr.
Greer that the minutes of June
2 and June 23, 1981 be
approved.
It was moved by Mr.
Whitfield and seconded by Mr.
Graham to approve the follow-
ing program matters: ap-
proved Gulf County's Master
Inservice Plan five year re-
newal; and approved Per-
formance Contract for Eval-
uation and Consultant Ser-
vices with the Gulf County
Guidance Clinic. Copies are on
file in the Superintendent's
Office.
On .recommendation of the
Superintendent it was moved
by Mr. Greer and seconded by
Mr. Whitfield to approve the
following personnel: approved
the employment of Gay Best
as Speech Therapist in the
Gulf County School System for
the 1981-82 school year; and
approved Deborah Thomas as
band director at Wewahitchka
High School for the 1981-82
school year.
The Board reviewed a con-
struction report from Board
Architect, Charles Gaskin on
the Wewahitchka Elementary
School Facility. It was moved
by Mr. Whitfield and seconded
by Mr. Greer to approve three
rain delay days for the months
of May and June and approve
seven days delay because of
the problems experienced
with purchasing supplies. The
vote was unanimous.


Flowers that decorate your
Florida garden and can be cut
for interior use, offer a double
delight. Not only do they color
your exterior environment,
but they can and should be
used more extensively to
brighten the indoors, where
we spend 80 percent of our
time.
Cut flowers can be used as
fresh bouquets-many lasting
a week or more- or as more
permanent dried arrange-


- Public Notices -


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners ol
Gulf Counly will receive sealed bids from
any person, company, or corporation in-
leresled in selling the County the follow-
ing described personal properly.
One (1) New Diesel Truck, 20.500 lb.
GVW Complele specilicallons may
oe obtained from the Clerk of Cir-
cuit Court's Office, 1000 Fifth Street.
Porn St. Joe, Florida. 32456 Delivery
must be within 90 days ol bia award
Bids will De received until 7.00 O'Clock
P.M., E D.T August 25, 1981. at the ollffioe
ol the Clerk of Circuit Court. 1000 Fifth
Street., Port St Joe. Florida 32456
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
-. James Tankersley, Chairman
21 8-13

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO 81-150
UNITED PRODUCTS. INC..
a Florida corporation.
Plaintiff,
vs.
VAN JONES and wife ADDIE RUTH
JONES and STEPHEN C BRIGHT.
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: STEPHEN C BRIGHT
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
foreclosure of a mortgage has been Ilied
against you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
It on WILLIAM M ATKINSON. JR. Plain
lff's Attorney, 304 Magnolia Ave Suite 4.
Panama City. FL 32401 on or before the
2nd day of Seplember, 1981. and tile Ime
original with me Clerk of this Court eltner
before serve on Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately Iherealier. otherwise a aelault
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks in
The Star. a newspaDer prinleo at Port St
Jdoe. Florida
DATED this 51h day of August. 1981
JERRY THOMAS GATES.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By is/ Tonys Alien. As Deputy Clerk
41 8-13

NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS
The Gull County School Boaro will
receive bids until 9.00 A M. E DT.
August 21. 1981. in the office of the
Superintendent of Schools on the follow-
Ing vehicles, one (1) 1971 Ford 8-cylinoer.
E37GHK407009, van. (this vehicle Is good
for parts andlor scrap), one (1) 1967
Chevrolet pick up CS147A143369 and
one (1) 1966 Chevrolet pickup,
C14462163459 (both pickups are good for
body parts andior scrap) These vehicles
may be seen at the bus maintenance
facility located In Ward Ridge Low bidder
must remove vehicles The Board
reserves the right to reject any and all
bids Please mark your bid envelope
'*Sealed Bid Vehicles" and include the
I.D number.
B. WALTER WILDER. Supt
2t 8.13

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 88509. Florida Statutes. the
undersigned persons Intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Gull
County. Florida. four weeks after the first
publication of thls notice, the fictitious
name or trade name under which they will
be engaged In business and in which said
business Is to be carried on. to-wit
FUTURE ELECTRONIC. P 0 Box 62.
Port St. Joe. Fla. 32456,. Owner Huoh F
Smith. 4t 7-30


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. COUNTY OF GULF
CIVIL ACTION NO. 81-148
IN RE: The Adoption of:
DANA MICHELLE OWENS.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO, Robert Amerson
Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
Adoption has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, to it on William J.
Mongoven. Petitioner a allorney. whose
address is P. O. Box 187. Chlpley. Florida
32428. on or before the 31stl ay of
August. 1981. and file the original with
the Clerk of the Court either Defore ser-
vice on Pelitioner's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the relief.
demanded in the Petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on the 171h day of July. 1981.
BY isi Tanya Allen, Deputy Clerk
4t 7-30
NOrICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Board ot Counly Commissioners of
Gulf County will receive sealed bias from
any person, company or corporation in-
terested In selling the County Ihe follow-
ing aescribeO personal properly,
FIVE (5) Solid Wasle Hauling Trailers;
ONE (1) Hydraulic Dumping Device for
Emptying Trailers Accessories including:
four (4) spare wheels and tires, one (1) tar-
paulin, one 1) setl of lenders
Complete specilicalions are on file In
tne Clerk or Circuit Courts office 1000
Filtn Street Pori St Joe. FL 32456
Delivery must be made within 60 days
of bid awara. Liquidaled aamrages of
$5.00 per day will be assessed ro, each
-liece equipment not delivered within the
. days
Bids will be received until 700 o'clock
PM E D T August 25. 1981. at the office
of Ihe Clerk of Circuit Court. 1000 Fifth
Street Port St Joe. Fiorlaa 32456. The
Boara reserves the rigni to relecl any and
all DIGS
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
isi james Ta ersley Chairman


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ments.
Summer annuals which are
excellent for use as cut
flowers are marigolds, cos-
mos, zinnias, coreopsis and
the magnificent Gloriosa
daisy, the hybrid version of
blackeyed Susans. Of course,
many other summer blooming
flowers can be used. For
example, celosia, globe ama-
ranth, tithonia and many
wildflowers. During the cooler
fall and spring months the
selection of suitable cut flow-
ers is much greater. Agera-
tum, snapdragons, calen-.
dulas, mums, dianthus
species, sweet peas, nastur-
tiums and pansies greatly
enlarge the list of available
cut flowers.
Many of the flowers we have
mentioned can also be used in
dried arrangements.
For hundreds of years,
gardeners have preserved
flowers by drying and used
these for permanent interior
decorations. The so-called
"ever-lastings" like statice
and strawflowers have been
most popular but many addi-
tional annuals can be used:
Blossoms are usually cut
when their color is at its peak,
leaves removed and bound
together in bunches for dry-
ing, The flowers are hung
upside down in a dark, dry
place for several weeks.
Flowers :other than "Ever-
lastings" can be dried by
burying in materials such as
sand and borax or corn meal
and borax. These methods are
successful for certain flowers
, but undependable for others.
More recently, a drying agent
called silica gel, has been
used. This compound has the
capacity to absorb large quan-
tities of moisture and is used
to quickly dehydrate cut flow-
ers. Flowers minus leaves are
buried in the gel in a closed
container and left for about a
week. Silica gel can be used
over and over. When it be-
comes pink in color, place it in
a warm oven to withdraw


moisture.
Flowers which can be dried
using the silica gel include;
ageratum, calendula, china
aster, daisies, dahlias, salvia,
pansies and zinnias to name
just a few.
When the flowers are dry,
remove and put a two to four
inch section of. No. 2 florist's
wire through each flowers
head, securing the wire by
bending it into a hook at the
flower-head end. This short
wire can then be attached to


PC Beach

Sets Seafood

Festival
Charles Buckley, Chairman
of the 1981 Panama City Beach
Seafood Festival has an-
nounced that plans are being
finalized for this year's Fes-
tival to be held the weekend of
October 10th and 11th at the
Miracle Strip Amusement
Park.
Persons wishing to partici-
pate with either a concession
or become active in the
Festival may pick up an
application at the Beach
Chamber of Commerce office.
The deadline for participation
and the cut-off date for
applications has been set as
Friday, September 18th. Con-
cession space will be limited
so everyone who wishes to
participate must plan to do so
now.
For application information
please call the Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce at 234-6575
Monday through Friday.


longer wire which becomes
the stem. The final step is to
wrap all wire with green floral
tape and then make your
arrangement.
Keep arranging and trying
new plant materials, until you
can make an arrangement you
are proud enough to display in
your home.


ability to pay for the block of
stock it controls. George Whit-
ner, President and Chief Ex-
ecutive Officer of Florida
National, said, "If Cavendes
does not have adequate finan-
cial resources, a forced sale of
the Florida National stock
which it has committed to
acquire could severely disrupt
the market for Florida Na-
tional stock to the detriment of
Florida National and our
public stockholders."
The lawsuit demands that
Cavendes obtain the approval
of the Federal Reserve Board
and that it divest its unlawful
ownership of Florida National
stock. Florida National also
seeks to enjoin Cavendes from
acquiring any additional
stock, from exercising any
control over the company, and
from selling its stock at a
price in excess of that avail-
able to the public stockholders
of Florida National.
Florida National Banks of
Florida, Inc. is a $2.4 billion
company which operates 93
banking offices statewide.


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CHURCH OF GOD

"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M.

Pastor Ira J. Nichols


First United


Methodist Church


Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister


CHURCH SCHOOL .............. .......
MORNING WORSHIP ...................
EVENING WORSHIP ................. ...
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Weonesday)..........


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Phone 229-8416


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The Insurance Store Since 1943


Auto Home Business Life

Flood. Bonds Mutual Funds

8:30 til 6:00 Monday through Friday


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Phone 227-1133


We are HERE to Service What We Sell


ROY SMITH, Agent


FRANK HANNON, Agent


I don't like strangers. Don't want 'em in the house. But when I got on my
grandson's case about my electric bills, he talked me into havin' one of his
Florida Power buddies come over to give the house an energy checkup. He
said it was probably wastin' electricity and this energy expert would come
up with some answers pretty quick. Heck, I figured it was worth fifteen
bucks to find out.
Well, he snooped all over the Call us for a Home Energy Checkup
place! In the attic. 'Round the water or fill opt and mail this coupon to
heater and the windows. I just your local officd.We will call you for
couldn't stand it! But you know an appointment.
what? Any stranger who can come Name
up with as many ways to save me
money as that feller did, is welcome Address
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