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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: September 3, 1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTYFIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 1 46


Industry -Deep Water Port- Fine People- Sfest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, SEFRMBER 3, 1981


Board Recommends Hospital Sale


Thursday, October 1, Baptist Medi-
Scal Center of Jacksonville will take
over the ownership and operation of
Municipal Hospital, if there are no
serious objections to them doing so by
Ut people of Port St. Joe.
lTusday night, the City Commis-
iam which also acts in the capacity of
the Board of Directors of the hospital,
.anammInly agreed to sell the hospital
to BMC in a deal which will see a new
hospital built here in Port St. Joe within
five years.
, BMC gave the City an offer for the
hugital on Monday of last week, which
Hwill total approximately $856,848 over a
.. piedif years.
; T My habd received two other
fferaers the I ptal, from U.S. Health
Corporation, o had offered a $1
millioncashpayment for the institution
wnll as a promise to spend some
O M,000 n renovations to the building.
Aiscapioffer was made by the Sunbelt
Crporatian, an arm of the Seventh Day
Adftetist Church 'for $1 million,
ie over a period of seven years.


to BaptistMedical Center (f Jacksonville
Baptist Medical Center's cash offer cost. Department of Hedh and Rehabilita- the local hospital at no charge to the
was the least amount of money offered BMC would immediately start tive Services befoa the sale can be city and will begin to make their
by the three prospective purchasers. work on approximately $300,000 in declared final. This-ocess should take proposed changes.
The motion to sell by BMC was renovations to the present building and approximately 60 to0 days. BMC has said they will maintain all
made by Commissioner Wesley R. placement of medical equipment to In the meantimiBMC will manage present hospital personnel if they can
Ramsey, who stated his motion was bring the hospital's treatment facilities
made on the strength of BMC's medical completely up to date. L
reputation, their medical back-up ex- BMC officials said they had not yet
pertise, available helicopter ambul- had time to survey the needs properly
ance service, which would be available here in Port St. Joe, but they would
to Port St. Joe from the Jacksonville recruit physicians for the hospital to
.headquarters and the Institutions can- serve the needs of the area.
cer and coronary care units in BMC is not an arm of the Florida
Jacksonville, which would also be Baptist Convention. It is a non-profit
available to Port St. Joe patients. The corporation, guiding its own affairs.
deciding factor was the promise by BMC is a part of the Sun Alliance -- e
BMCtoconstructa new hospital here in Corporation, the largest non-profit -"
Port St. 'Joe within five years. The new hospital operations in the southeast,
hospital was estimated to cost in the with over 15,000 hospital beds in
neighborhood of $8-10 million. operation.
BMC's offer would pay the City If the people of Port St. Joe approve
$300,000 in cash within six months of the the sale of the hospital, BMC will take
sale date and payments of $57,556 per over its operation on October 1, the end
year for 10 years, or until the hospital of the current fiscal year for the
was moved to a new facility, at which hospital and the City. BMC must await
time the old hospital building would be approval of the Florida Health Systems
returned to the City of Port St. Joe at no Agency and the approval of the Florida


nkipal Hospital A New Owner On October 1?


B. Roberts and Mayor Frank reported that Bob
Pate reported to the City g, engineer for the firm
Commission Tuesday night, d the City, along with
that the City's engineers, Water Management de-
Smith and Gillespie, along ent to test two other
with the Northwest Florida w formerly used by St. Joe
Water Management Board Pa er Company as a re-
advised the Cityto attempt to p ent for the well which
obtain use of a different water er sour. The Water Man-
well to replace one which ,ge ent people said there
developed problems and iron was no guarantee that treat-
bacteria recently. in of the well would rid it of
The damage to the well was thi bacerla problem.
caused when another well. P and Roberts said Wa-
collapsed deep inside the ter management suggested
ground and which was just tst g two other wells to
recently repaired by placing detmine if they would be
new casing in the well and adeate for use as another
placing the water reservoir sure of water supply.


"' With'a decision Tuesday by the City Commission to
recommend the sale of Muiicipal Hospital to Baptist
Medical Caiter of-Jacksonville, the decision wasn't a firm
dclkirtio n that the hospital would be sold.
The dc"ionri 'made with the stipulation that the
pp ,rt St. Joe ,would make, the final decision on
e or tifo i il. The Com~mission's move was a

feel abo 4VQ tlqipending sale ,and if it shotild 'be
c..nsu m te, the'.Comissi6n~is planning a public
hearing on the question on Thursday, September 10, in the
Cq.missio-njMeeting Room of the City Hall at 8:00 p.m.
S .D~~Ai, instant to the Executive Director of
m BMiC w inr St. Joe on that date and attend the'
hearing o answera,any questions which anyone may have
concerning the BMC operation and its plans for the local
,hsptaL ..The people will also be asked to express
it qlydes concerning theactual;decision to sell or not to
^ .s* l^ ... ,"


The City is holding the hearing since it was the people
of Port St. Joe who first built the hospital back in the early
1940's. The hospital was built through donations of local
citizens and local industry and business. Actual
construction work was also done by local citizens as well
as some by the WPA.
Since that time, the hospital has been expanded with
money from Hill-Burton, a government agency, in the.
_. .,y s.,,.Burtp.n l .wS.rpad in fll Las.
year.W s . .. -- .
The'hospital has paid its way for many years, but
regulations; medical care specialties and other changes in
hospital care over the past several years has made
operation of the local facility a more expensive
requirement resulting in several years of. deficit funding,
a condition which prompted consideration of the sale.
The Commission first attempted to lease the hospital
to Bay Memorial Medical Center at a rate of $1.00 per year
and some modernization of the facility required, but after
Bay Memorial failed to make its offer firm, the
consideration was: given to sell.


Cox, Husband, Win Wewa Election


Wewahitchka voters return-
ed two incumbents to office
and elected Jack Husband to
fill-a third post Tuesday in
what was termed as a.fair
turn-out of voters. Some 425
voters went to the polls in the
election.
Mayor Faye S. Cox retained
her position at the head of the


City Commission, polling 362
votes, defeating her opponent,
Charles Hood, a Sylvachem
employee, who polled 61 votes.
Jack Husband defeated
challenger Beatrice McGlon
in the other contested race.
Husband won a decisive vic-
tory over his opponent, polling
313 votes to 106 for McGlon.


Husband will serve a two-year
term on the council, filling out
the unexpired term of Frankie
Suber, who resigned' on Au-
gust 6 of this year. Pat
Stripling was appointed to fill
Suber's place until. the next
regular city election, but
decided not to run for the
remainder of the unexpired


term.
Houston Whitfield ran unop-
posed for re-election in the
third question on the ballot,
retaining his council post.
Whitfield also reached mem-
bership on the board by
appointment, being named to
fill a vacancy left by the
resignation of Al Glaze.


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Sharks Rush Into Grid Season In Jamboree Friday


Port St. Joe's Sharks are all fired up and
ready to charge into a new season Friday
as they open with the annual fall
jamboree to be held in Blountstown.
ITe Sharks will meet Apalachicola and
Winutowan in the four-team event, which


will start at Bowles Field in Blountstown at
8:30 p.m., Port St. Joe time Friday.
The team will take the field with a
sizeable group of veterans from last year's
team, headed up by veteran coach Wayne
Taylor. The competition will be the first with


a Port St. Joe team for new coaches Shaw
Maddox, John Hicks and Dewayne Fisher.
Seasoned coaches Wayne Stevens, Bill Wood
and Don Rich return to the program this year.
The varsity squad has considerable line
experience, but is absorbing some new


players in the backfield. Even thoul the
team has the experience, it is shot in
numbers, fielding about two dozen players to
open the season Friday night in the jamboree
and the first game of the regular season aext
Friday in DeFuniak Springs.


perform to B
BMC official sa
all present eml
in their jobs. As
probably need


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The Commission agreed
Tuesday night to employ
Layne Central drilling com-
pany to test the wells if the
Paper Company will give their
permission for their use.
STREET LIGHTS
Jimmy Cox, local manager
for Florida Power Corporation
asked the City Tuesday for
permission to change all
street lights in the City to the
new high pressure sodium
lights over a period of a few
years. "Changing all the lights
immediately would require
too great an expenditure at
one time", Cox said.
Cox recommended the im-
mediate change of the lights
on Reid and Monument Ave-
nues and Fifth Street in the
downtown area, and the re-
mainder of the City's 534 lights
over a o10-year period.
Cox said the benefits would
be a lower energy bill for the



Zyski R(


Hospital
Richard Zyski, administ
tendered his resignation to th
night, effective September
Zyski said in his letter
resigning to allow the new ow
bring in their own team tb
proposed new owners, Bapti
they wanted Zyski to stay a
decided it was best that he
Zyski's letter said: "I be
hospital and community wil
owners, chosen by you, ar
opportunity to provide their
Zyski is going with the Ta
Center in a managerial cap
Zyski gave praise to the
hospital board members by s
people of Port St. Joe rec
contributions made by you.
guaranteed that Municipal
operate and develop as the i
Zyski stated, "You are
capable and competent board
had the pleasure of working
Zyski has been administ
for the past four years.
During his tenure here
accredited hospital by the S


MC's requirements. A
ad, "I see no reason why
ployees cannot continue
s a matter of fact, we will
more people."



















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.l :em. a .-.=.;.


City in the lights' operation.,
"Although the new lights will:
not be quite as bright as the :
present mercury vapor lights
at first, they will last longer
and be brighter in just a short .-
time, as mercury vapor lights: .;
lose some of their candle-'..7 F--
power as they begin to age".
Cox said the change of the' '.-
downtown lights would save: " .
the City approximately $2,200 .'
per year in energy costs. ;
The Commission gave its'-.:"-
approval of Cox's plan.
DOG ORDINANCE
Dogs and the problems
they are causing in areas in, ':1.
the city have been a bone of
contention of the Commission
for some time. The City's dog ;
control ordinance just wasn't-
strong enough to providestrict .-:
enforcement. ..;
Tuesday night, at the re-.
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designs


IPost

rator of Municipal Hospital,
te City Commission Tuesday '

of resignation that he was
ners, if they are approved, to
o operate the facility. The
st Medical Center, had Raid
n in bhis capacity, but Zyski '.
not do so.
lieve that the interests of the
l best be served if the. new
re given a free and open '
own administrator".
llahassee Memorial Medical
city.
present City Commission, as
tating, "I sincerely hope the
ognize the hard work aid
. By your action you have
Hospital will continue to ,
community grows."
among the most dedicated,
I members with whom I have

rator of Municipal Hospital .

e, Municipal has been an
southern Association.


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" It's going to be in
_.ear, to see what
Florida's Attorney
Zmith' and Delawar
general Richard Geb
- Both gentlemen
%te fray, supposedly
tle state they serve,
r ,eak up the St. Joe Pi
mlex.
'Both men claim
haper Company does
noughmoney in their
this situation,. the
C. Belin and Tom S
'ort St.' Joe and W. L
aacksonville remov
usteeship which ope
gaper.
" Smith and Gebelo
.6 million the est
table use in bot
,didn't represent
cent of the estate'
.6 million was base
"e of $640 million. T
oney.. ,
How these two gen
rectify this penny-pini
many is to sell the p
s subsidiaries and pla
to interest so the cl
Stf more money each
If;'thf truth was. Ikr


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quest othe Commission,
attorne.William J. Rish
presents draft of a change
to the prent ordinance which
would doe a vicious dog and
allow we strict control of
the nuances, up to and
includir a provision which
would H.ow the City to
impow and destroy any
viciousmimal not confined by
its owr. The owner of such
an animal would be charged
with alsdemeanor.
Thelty will take action on
the D change to the dog
contn ordinance within 30
days.
HER BUSINESS
In .her business matters,
Ste :Omnisisdo., i
-Iceived a rebate from
Flora Municipal Self-Insur-
ers und of $8,503.00 on its
Woman's Compensation in-
surice premium for 14at
y.a The City was billed
$3100: for its Workman's
C4oipensation policy last
y~; with the rebate amount-
.o a hlifdimkore than a 25
t return.
',Approved of a schedule
faomaking iprovements to
tb Wastewater Treatment
Pint, called for by the
Environmental Protection
Aency. The plan would have
a the renovations made by
114 if federal grants can be
proved for the project and
.' 1987 if the plant itself must


bear the expense of the
changes.
-Received the first rough
draft of the 1962 fiscal year
budget to study for a budget


from Outside

teresting, next value of their property invested
happens to rather than working. But, the way
General Jim they handled the estate, it also
are's Attorney earned a good living for thousands of
elein. people in these parts. This ought to
are joining in count for something.
representing If the truth was known, the
, in trying to company probably had a hard time
aper Company earning three percent on their
investment, even with the direction
the St. Joe of Belin, Coldewey and Thornton,
n't give away who have been given the reputation
ir state, so to of being astute businessmen who are
py would have interested ii -keeping the, company
1 Coldewey of profitable.
. Thornton of Keeping the company profitable
ed from the is keeping the charities well funded
.rates St. Joe and the people they employ well fed.
Is that so bad?
ein claim the Belin, Coldewey and Thornton
ate gave for point out that Alfred I. duPont,,who
th states last leftthe much fought-over estate
a full thr decreed in his will that thtrustees
s value. The should do what they "deem best for
i on an estate the conservation, protection and
'hat's a lot of betterment of my estate."
It would seem (to us that they
have done that and in so doing,
tlemen would carried out duPont'% wishes and as a
aching of the by-product have financed charities:
aper mill and very well and made them effective
ce the money operations which have helped thou-
harities could sands. '
year. 'We can't see the reasoning ?of
ownT .T Joe Smith anrid Gealain ,ut than tha,


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planning series of meetings
during September.
-Received a notice from,
the Federal Emergency Man-
agement Agency stating that


there will be a delay in
determining Port St. Joe's
permanent flood insurance
requirements. The City now
has temporary rates which


were enacted when the City
Commission objected to a
requirement that all building
in the City be built at least
eight feet above sea level.


through the panhandle. When the sun did come out and the
pelicans wanted to take advantage of a few moments
without the rain beating down, it was a race to find a place
on which to light. These pelicans found a floating chunk of
lumber along the shores of the bay and claimed it as their
private place. -Star plito


Don't Spend Tax Cuts Till You Get Word from IRS


n* ... Dear Mr. Ramsey: Remember in 197 when the
paaer could probably have made have the advantage of sitting on tfie Rsidental Energy Credit
.remoney last yearif they had the outside looking in. Tax Payers Bewarel was being formed into the tax
The Economic Recovery laws and we all rushed to get
Act of 1981 is uppermost in the our houses insulated, storm or
.*1a 7 A1ews and on the taxpayer's thermal windows installed,
Star Now Mi iddle- A ed d these days. caulnng all the cracks along
;| IAge is relevant .. You're only Otherwise, over 39 is just k Should Library Contain
s ld as you feel. .Age is a state of under 39.
d . Association with. young "What brought all this on was 10-Year-Old Periodical?
S ple will keep you young. fact that The Star celebrates a f ,
We've all heard these ichs, oth birthday this week. Editor: ndthe periodical selected to
t. lfew of uswho have., pa ,d e .. ,- t i_ iCojty6.eTt "ent.ye old. hey.aenot
Sacage of-3belit ei' a'Today marks- ttet-begin i themnstmdernibf 'sltat old; ome are less tia
ree. We dohn't"'4i who set p the forty-fifth year of contin o 5 buildings in the State of fivTearsold
crucial age of 39 as the point publication for The Star. This i Florida. The f ngs ae ThiB is not a judgment. The
inch one begins to drift into middle of existence tok the news comfortable and sturdy. Rugs library might be going
e, bt the line is talishednd founded in September re tickand sound absorb- through growing pains. They
sewhocross it areforver through three wars, a receg.ItIs'truly a place tog say: "a coiaunity is judged
rhidved from the category of a ne presidents, numerous gv a user might be
r eng [ .rson.. nors, several storms and an e A library user might ,be
rsofi shocked when sitting down to Clyde R. Branson
"r thse'.of us who have bank account or two. S tll, the r wh sng
across that line, life seems has.always gone out on tinie d g
ftle ifferet. Oh, there is a wrinkle its entire history. Sometime it Thanks for Help W ith
a wtinkle there. A hair'falls seemed a bit doubtful, but whe e e
th ihe and a hair falls out there. A Post Office opened on Th y LE AP Co lin P
light, paunch begins to develop morning, there it was. All hiEAP Cooling Progras
,here once taunt stomach muscles happened every Friday mo 9g, To the Editor & Staff, and ill, will soon be receiving
iere. It takes longer to run a block until we moved the publication dy of The Sta- a check.
Odibw the grass. The light seems to up to Thursday some several s The application period for Thank you for helping to
get dimmer each and every year and back. the low income energy as- gram. If you have suggestions
we would swear people are plotting Unlike humans, newsp pers distance cooling program is which could further improve
against us, just so we won't see seem to get healthier wit the over and our area received the program, we would ap-
',everything which passes by. The passing years. The Star o more applications than other preciate hearing from you.
trips to the dentist seem to be more exception and of that w. 're Sincerely,
frequent and the floor is farther exceeding glad. It makes life tch with your help, many per- Sharon Lewis
.away. 'easier. sons, especially the elderly LEAP Supervisor
awyay. eas^dier.' i'


~'.y 'wee
All aml


with buying all the energy
saving equipment, to find the
credit was not enacted on in
time to help us on our 1977 tax
return and if we hadn't done
all the things the credit
allowed we could take it in
1978111
IRS came out August 29th Mr. Tax Payer, before you companies that go by the IRS
with warning (not very loud) make any transaction in re- law and rule for their sourceof
about the rules and laws of gard toyour 1981income taxes material.
this Act. There also was an wait until you can get Publica- Wauneta Brewer
Article in Sunday's News- tions in writing from IRS:or 116 Monument Avenue
Herald, Page A7. Publications by publishing Port St. Joe, Fla 32456


Tyndall Warns of Big


Boom Coming Next Week


An explosive test that will be heard in the
Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe area, and
possibly in Callaway and Parker, will be
conducted at Tyndall AFB at 9 a.m.Wednes-
day, September 9. The test will also require
the closing of U.S. Highway 98 between
Tyndall and Mexico Beach for approximately
15 minutes.
Although the noise from the explosion may
be heard from the Panama City area to Port
St. Joe, Tyndall officials stressed there is
absolutely no danger from the blast, and the
noise will sound very much like the "boom"
heard from Fourth of July aerial fireworks.
Base officials said they wanted to alert the
public to alleviate any concern, and are
taking all precautions to insure the safest
possible test.
The test is being conducted by the Air Force


Engineering and Services Center, which is
headquartered at Tyndall. It will take place
on the eastern half of the reservation.
No one will be permitted within a mile of the
test site, and traffic will be stopped on U.S. 96
about three' miles west of Mexico Beach and
at a point just east of the Tyndall main gate.
Traffic flow will not be halted more than 15
minutes and as soon as the explosion takes
place, the highway will be opened.
Stopping traffic is just one of the
precautions being taken as the highway is
slightly within the one mile limit '-
Inclement weather may postpone theBest to
the following day.
Fighter aircraft in Europe are indiv y
housed in concrete shelters with cIcrete
doors to protect them from attack. This
particular test will determine the capability
of the door's wheel assemblies.


Iportsmen, Get Your G r Ready Sept. 26 National FishingDay

THERE SEEMS TO be a day or we can all still participate.. We can S Joe must have the highest cancer per 1,000 population die from cancer Doug? He ended up laugh
ek on the calendar for every just place all our attention to fishing r te in the south if not in the state of last year, to earn the lowest average in Last Tuesday night, some fair I wouldn't have to
portant event known to man even and celebrate half of a national day all Flbrida. It may seem that way. I'll the state. The state average is 2.54 per weather "friends" of County Commis- him, but with Jerry's
ne which are not so important., day long. agree that too many of our people are 1,000, so Gulf County has less than half sioner Doug Birmingham decided they probably knew anybo
There's National Pickle Week, That is, we can celebrate it here in c contracting and some dying of cancer. the'state average in cancer deaths. would play a little trick on him. You remember I
mdma and Grandpa Day, Mother's : One of the pretty ladies in the office Judge Larry Bodifo
Y Father's Day. Labor Day rlf rh Cl k f th rCourt had received a warrant for Jerry's a


Groundhog Day, Dairy Week, National
;. :Cow Chip Tossing Day, Boy Scout
:Week, Girl Scout Week, and on and on
:... :p d infinitum.
S, The creators of weeks and days
:have come up with another day which
.ps 'all the rest in importance. It's a
;-" y we can all get ourselves into with
s q.'.uto (and it's not National Beer
Week, although there is probably a
R a ional Beer Week. That's the Week
3hey pour all the beer back into the
S. rse where it came from).
This important day coming up is
i national Fishing and Hunting Day.
SIow's that for a useful day? .A day we
ean all enjoy A day which willgo down
o history as one of the best days of the
year.
: National Hunting and Fishing Day
S:s Saturday, September 26.
Since Saturday, September 26 is not
'yet hunting season here in .Florida,


ETA OI


Florida if there is still any wa*er left in
the river on Saturday, September 26.
I'm counting the days. Seriously.
National Hunting and Fishing Day
(Fishing day here) I'm goingto close
up, gas up my boat and go fishing.
You can count on it.

FROM THE "I DIDN'"tKnow That
Department. /
I keep hearing people day that Port


We know them all. We all are dismayed
when another of our friends comes
down with the dread disease, especially
some young person in the prime of life.
The fact is that Gulf county has the
lowest incidence of cancer of any
county in the state of Florida.
If the records of the National
Cancer Society can be believed, this is a
fact. According to the American Cancer
Society, Gulf County had 1.16 persons


The highest percentage of deaths
per 1,000 is found in Citrus, where the
rate is 4.89 persons per 1,000.
Last year, there were 23,586 people
in the state who died from cancer.
Thirteen of these people were residents
of Gulf County. 23,586 That's more
people than there are in Gulf and
Calhoun counties combined.

IT'S NICE TO have friends isn't it


ot UK uji e ne u r Vau ereAv a..
dozen roses from some admirer during
the day. Clerk Jerry Gates, who got
himself in trouble for playing a joke
once before, decided to play a trick on
Doug. He got the roses, which had been
placed in a pretty vase and set them in
front of Doug's chair at the Commis-
sioner's podium. He fixed up a card and
placed them on the roses which said,
"Thanks Doug for the road paving you
had done on my property which you had
the Road Department do".
Doug had just been in the middle of
a paving flap recently, when someone
argued about whether or not a road
which the county maintained was on
private property.
Doug always looks to me like he is
just before dropping off to sleep when
he sits down, but for a while there he
was wide awake and didn't know
whether to laugh or get mad with
someone.


hing.
Dd who did that to
reputation, Doug
w. .
last year, when
rd swore out a
rest after he pnut


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a big Florida Gator behind the judge's
chair in his chambers.
' It looks like he would learn after a
while that he is the first one to be
suspected in these pranks, but he keeps
them up, anyhow.
YOU NEVER KNOW what people
will read in this column. Two weeks ago
I had a blurb on five-year-old grandson,
Eric, learning to use the telephone and
one of his numbers is that of "Captain
Crunch".
This past week, I ran into Gay
Weeks and she asked me for the
number of captainn runch" to give to
her granddaughter.
Ididnt know the number, so I went
to the source Eric.
Eric says the captain's number is:
1-800421-397. If you ring that number
and get someone other than "Captain
Crunch", blame Eric. .


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


is feet above or below the
mean water line.
High L *w Ht
Thurs. 218 1.3 1110 .7
Fri. 243 1.4 109 .6
Sat. 326 1.5 1422' .5
Sun. 418 1.6 1524 -.
Mon. 515 1.6 1617 .4
Tues. 614 1.7 1706 .4
Wed. 712 1.7 1752 .4
Thurs. 812 1.8 1838 .4


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Sthe ketchup bottle, was treated by the men of his shift at a
H onored At Di inner retirement party last Friday night. Odom is retiring from his
service with St. Joe Paper Company. Odom and his shift
John Odom, with his left had resting on the table near workers enjoyed a steak dinner. -Photo by Bernie Buzzett


' "Knowledge comes, but
wisdom lingers."
Alfred Tennyson
.. .


Be Prepared o to Stop


When Following Buses
Florida's most priceless a stop signal loading or quired to stop at
;argo, carried in those unloading, Florida law re-' crossings and mi
;hrome-yellow buses, has quires all drivers going in the should use caution v
headed back to school, re- samediection tostop. Traffic lowing a bus appr
minded the Florida Highway moving in the opposite direc- crossings.
Patrol. tion must stop also unless the "Drivers should
"Stopping for a school bus highway is divided with an speed when meeting
may cause drivers to lose a unpaved space at least five taking a schpol bus
little time," said Colonel Eld- feet wide or a physical bar- prepared to stop at a4
ige Beach, director of the rier.' School buses are re- concluded Beach.


Florida Highway Patrol.
"However, life is worth more
than time. This rule is de-
signed to protect the lives of
our youngsters when traveling
to and from school."
School buses in Florida in
1980 were involved in 1,196
accidents of which ten had
fatalities and 345 had injuries.
Florida's school buses have
signal lights both front and
rear to warn other drivers.
Yellow flashing lights indicate
slowing down and red flashing
lights with the red arm
extended from the bus is the
signal for other vehicles to
stop while the children load or
unload. -
When a school bus displays


railroad
motorists
while fol-
roaching
reduce
or over-
and be
ny time,"


Weekly Menu

for Gulf County Schools
Monday, Sept. 7 puppy and milk.
LABOR DAY Thursday, Sept. 10
Tuesday, Sept. 8 Corn dog, French fri
Chicken, rice with gravy, buttered early peas, brow
green beans, applesauce and and milk.
milk. Friday, Sept. I1
I Wednesday, Sept. 9 Spaghetti with meat sau
Battered dipped fish, cab- tossed salad, orange ha
bage slaw, baked beans, hush buttered roll and milk.


Ponder.to Speak At

Long Avenue Revival


James Ponder, former Di-
rector of Evangelism for the
Florida Baptist Convention,
will be the evangelist hii a fall
revival series to be conducted
at the Long Avenue Baptist
Church. The series of evange-
listic services will begin Sun-
day, September 13 and con-
tinue through Wednesday,
September 16.
Ponder will be speaking


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alf,


each evening at 7:00 p.m.
Mark Donneli, Minister of
Music and- Youth at,-the
church, will be' leading the
singing and special music
emphasis for the revival meet-
ing.
The congregation of the
church and the pastor, Rev.
Ted Corley, invite the com-
munity to come and be a part
of these special services.


The palm tree grows only at one place-its
very top. The trunk, once, established,
does not add girth as other trees do.


Scout Hiking Awards


Two national awards for
hiking are available to Scouts
in the Gulf Coast Council, Boy
Scouts of America.
Scouts can earn the Historic-
STrails Award and the SO-Miler
Award, according to John_

Florida's

Economy

| Growing
While the nation's economy
continued to be quite stagnant
in May, the Florida economy,
showed fundamental signs of
strength during that month,
according to. the Florida
Trendline, a composite busi-
ness index prepared by
Florida Trend business maga-
zine.
The Trendline, adjusted for
. seasonal and inflationary
swings, was up a robust 6.8
points over May 1980 and up
1.3 points from April this year.
Latest figures were released
- in the magazine's September
Issue.
Florida Trend reports that
advances in agriculture and
Mining revenues, gross re-
ceipts in wholesale and retail
Trade, and in manufacturing
figured prominently in Flori-
Sda's economic upswing. Con-
struction expenditures were
also up, with the numbers of
new housing units showing
S.strong gains over the same
period last year.

The Rinconada Racetrack'
in Venezuela has a swim-
ming pool for horses.


Green, Council Commis-
sioner.
"The Historic Trails Award
is earned by the members of a
Scout troop who organize and
participate in a historic ac-
tivity if it includes hiking or
camping for at least two days
and one night along a historic
trail or in the vicinity of a
historic site,'" Green said. The
troop also must cooperate
with an adult group, such as a
historical society, in restoring
and marking all or part of the
trail or site.
The 50-Miler Award is pre-
sented to the members of a
chartered or provisional troop
who have satisfactorily par-
ticipated in an approved afoot
or afloat trip. The activity
must include complete plans,
including possibilities for
completing Scout advance-
ment requirements.


Participants must cover,
without the aid of motors, a
back-country foot trail or
canoe or boat route of not less
than 50 consecutive miles. In
addition, Scouts or Exploreres
must complete a minimum of


10 hours of group work
improvement projects.
Additional information
available at the council
vice center located at 574
Ninth Avenue, Pensac
Florida 32503.


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

St. Joe Auto Parts Gold Hat Auto Parts
201 Long Avenue Highway 71
Port St. Joe, Fla. Wewahitchka, Florida
2294222 639-5711


HIGHLAND VIEW

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


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BUTLER'S RESTAURANT


Will be Closed


For Vacation and Repairs


September 8- 21

For Your Dining Pleasure We Will Be


Open Labor Day


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1981


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FURNITURE


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We Need the Space for Christmas Items


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Roll-Away Bed ...
Set of 4 Reg. '24", #56-8116
Set of 4 TV Trays.


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StorageCambinet $..... V .5
'Herculon Plaid, Wa's 119", Save 50
Swivel Rocker ... $69
6 Chairs (No leaf), Was '249" -0 A 9
Dinette Set .. 149
2 Only.- Walnut Wood, Were '56&" 1 1
SLamp Table .... .. 44.


Decorator As Low As $5.25
Wall Mirrors ..
Reg. '16" 50% off
Door Mirrors .


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Herculon Recliner 1 29
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Unfinished Rocker 3888
Colonial Oak Beautifully Engraved
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Granny Rocker 13988


WESTERN AUTO
ASSOCIATE STORE
S219 Reid Ave. Phone 227-1105


Allen, Recent Bride


Mrs. Bill Barlow. seated, served coffee to Dawn Anchors,
shower honoree, center. Shown with Dawn are her sister,


Mrs. Michael Allen, nee
Laurie Yent Smith, was honor-
ed with a luncheonat the home
of Mrs. William Quarles, Jr..
on Saturday, August 29.
Close friends and family
members of the bride and
groom enjoyed a delightful
meal while seated at tables
appointed with lovely fresh
flowers.
f-i v Hostesses for the event were
Mrs. James B. Roberts, Mrs.
T. Craig Harmon, Mrs. Wil-
liam Quarles, Jr. and Miss
Anne Quarles. They presented
the honoree with an antique
Nippon relish dish as a
remembrance of the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen were

<1No Gymnastics
Jennifer Lynch is reminding
all students involved in gym-
0 dnastics that they will not meet
Monday, Labor Day.


Sydna Anchors, left and her mother, Mrs. Sidney Anchors,
right. -Star photo


Morning Coffee Honors Miss Dawn


Anchors,
Miss Dawn Anchors, bride-
elect of Kevin Holland, was
honored with a lovely coffee
shower on August 29 in the
home of Mrs. Edwin Ramsey.
Miss Sydna Anchors pre-
sided over the bride's book
which was on a table overlaid
with a beautiful embroidered
linen cloth, enhanced by a
silver bud vase which held an
arrangement of baby's breath


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ith a single pink carnation. Miss Anchors and her Mrs. Ashley Cbstin, Mrs.
mother, Mrs. Sidney Anchors, Jimmy Harrison, Mrs. Daisy
The refreshment table was were presented pink carnation Johnso, -Mrs. Edwin Ram-
vered with a white linen corsages. sey, Mrs. Cliff Sanborn, Mrs.
oth edged with lace. Coffee Hostesses for this special Jesse Stone, Mrs. Fred Sutton,
as served from a handsome occasion were: Mrs. Billy Mrs. Roy Taylor and Miss
River service at one end of the Barlow, Mrs. Paul Blount. Barbara Whitfield.


table. Silver" trays held an
assortment of party foods. An
arrangement of silk flowers
was placed in the center of the
table.


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St. Joe Garden Club

Begins Fall Meetings


Thursday, Sept. 10, at 12:30
p.m. at the Garden Center, the

Mrs. Stone

Hosts UMW

Mission IN
Mission Group III of the
First United Methodist
Church met in the home of
Mrs. Jesse V. Stone for the
August meeting. Mrs. Stone,
Chairperson, presided over
the business meeting.
The topic of the program
"Who are United Methodist
Women?" was given by Mrs.
Wayne Taylor.
- The group is happy to
receive Mrs. Jimmie Spikes
as a new member.
The September meeting will
be in the home of Mrs. M.P.
Huie.

Bazaar At

Methodist
The. Mexico Beach Metho-
dist Church Ladies Prayer
Group will have a Bazaar on
September 5 at the church
from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.,
C.S.T. The church is located
on 22nd Street.
A beautiful handmade
afghan will be given away by
the ladies.


Port St. Joe Garden Club
starts the 1981-82 year. Club
members are urged to bring
guests to enjoy this covered
dish luncheon meeting. Mrs.
Nobie Stone will talk, on.
"Ways towGood Meetings '"
The 1981-82. programs are
ready. The hostesses are Mrs.
Wilma Cooper, Jonnia Clen-
ney, and Anna Till. So let's all
come, greet our sister Garden
Club members, enjoy the
dining together, and renew
our friendships.


BIRTHS

KrystalKim

Tharpe
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Tharpe
are happy to announce the birth
of their daughter, Krystal Kim
Tharpe.
Krystal was born August 22
at Gulf Coast Community
Hospital. She weighed 6 lbs., 1
oz.

Ryan Joel
McLawhon
George and Joy McLawhon
announce the birth of a son,
Ryan Joel, on August 16. He
weighed 6 lbs., 12 oz.
Proud grandparents and
Mr. and Mrs. George McLaw-
hon of Port St. Joe.


united in marriage on Wednes-
day. September. 3, in a mall
family ceremony at the First.
* United Methodist Church.
They will be residing at St. Joe
Beach.

Final Plans

Are Told
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Anchors have announced final
plans for the marriage of their
daughter, Dawn, to Kevin
Holland.
Wedding vows will be ex-
changed Saturday, September
5, at 2:00 P.M. in the First
United Methodist Church of
Port St. Joe.
All relatives and friends are
invited to attend the ceremony
and the reception which will
follow in the church Fellow-
ship Hall.


ATTENTION
BRIDES
Wedding memories are
precious. Once the dress is
packed away-ind the cake
s 'gone, the.'bnly lasting
moments are your wed-
ding photographs. We at
Cutler Photography can pro-
vide you with wedding
photos you will treasure for
a lifetime.


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Saturday, 10 AM- 3 PM

Open Thursday and Friday
THI 7:00 PM
For This Sale Only


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Cannot Include
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fth grade students at Port
St. Joe Elementary School will
soon be participating in a new
Health program. The modified
School Health Curriculum will
be provided by a Panhandle
Aiea.Educational Cooperative
.(PAEC) project which was
funded through a Department
of Health and Human Services
grant from the Florida De-
partment of Health and Re-
habilitative Services. Students
will be using various models,
films, filmstrips, tapes, trans-
parencies and other materials
: in activities which were spe-
.. dally designed to make them
more aware of their health
and of ways to prevent future
health risks.
PAEC will soon be collect- '
ing information with a survey
of adult health practices. The
information gathered will then
be used by PAEC and the
Department of HRS to plan for,


better health services ti Gulf County.


Mrs. Fred Sutton, health program teacher, uses one
the.teaching aids in her program.


I Plan Your Vegel


Garden for Fall]
S'Yb might not recognize it member, vegetable-vaiieties
by looking at the thermo- differ in quality. They also
meter, but fall is just around vary in disease resistance and
the corner. And, it's time to climatic adaptability, a factor
start thinking about planting which can be very important.
Sour. backyard vegetable To find out which varieties are
garden. .......recommended for" youir are-a,
Just about all vegetable
crops can be grown in Florida,
if you plant them in the right
seasons. It's even fun to' try W B
S things like asparagus, rhu- MB
\ barb, and globel artichokes,
although they aren't well
adopted to our growing condi-
tions. The most important M o n
thing is to grow vegetables --- -
you and your family like to T Ob
S -.eat. T O*. .
'The first consideration in '
planning your garden is where
S to put it. You want it family
S close to your house, so it is .
-handy to work in. And, you -
J want it near a water faucet so We Are Ope
w. ter'wiill, be- handy, for ..
:- : iiitn weo n needed: Biut onve
'the thing you really want to be
sure of is light. If possible Drive-In 7-7,
-locate the garden where it will
[getfull sunmlightalln ay long., Inside Office, I
Unfortunately, very few. gar-, ..: -.Frid
S uddnerte-njoy that luxury. So
S we have to choose between
morning sun and afternoon
m sun. Full sun in the morning is
better for vegetables than full t .i *
'sun in the afternoon. .If you
Can't get the whole garden in W wahth
\ful i sun -all day, plant, root ew il
crops and potatoes where they Membe
can get the most sun. Most of 'embel
the leafy, crops. can stand a Phone 229-8226
little shade.'
J You might want to fence
Your garden, to' keep out
nuisances- dogs, children
and animalssuch as rabbits..
In some cases, you'll also
have to protect your-crops
y from nearby trees and shrubs.
Trees. and shrub roots com--
trients and water. To give
your crop the edge, dig a
trench. about two feet deep
'around the garden.. Line one
side of the trench with roofing
paper on plastic film, and fill
it in again. This will form a
barrier against the roots of
nearby landscape plants.
Good soil is important. But,
as backyard gardeners we
have to do the best we can with
what we have. You can give
your garden a boost by mixing
in organic materials in the
soil. Examples: rooted corn-
post, animal manure, and
peat. With such supplements
you can grow vegetables even
if your garden soil is nothing
but sand.
Before you plant the first
seed, you need to think about
the vegetable varieties you'll
choose. You could walk into
yotr garden center and buy
whatever you see. But re-

J. W. Sealeys

Take A.

CruiseWith

Their Son 1.i
On August 29th, Mr. and
SMrs. J. W. Sealey and daugh-
ter, Diana, visited with Robert pet
Sealey YN3, aboard the air- CO
craft Carrier U.S.S. John F. I ink
? Kennedy, for a dependents Im e(
cruise out of Mayport, Fla.
During an eight hour cruise, I ;,.
S a demonstration was per-
I a formed by various types of :
i; aircraft carried on board,
including the F-14 "Tom Cat." They're at -
"The carrier is 1051 feet long,
270 feet wide, weighs 83,000
Stons,has 4 acres of flight TH-E
Sdecks, with a crew of 5,000
men.


Viable


Now
consult a copy of the E:
sion Circular 104, "The V
table Gardening Guide."I
garden center may ha'
reference copy, or you
check with the locaLCool
tive Extension Service 01


New Health Program At


Port St. Joe Elementary


Faith Christian Reports Record:


Number of 106 Students Enrolled


I Faith Christian School, Port
St. Joe, reported this week
that despite a slight increase
in tuition costs, it opened with
a record fall enrollment of'106
students in its two campus
locations.
H The principal, Hal Haller,
also noted that a good deal of
progress had been made in the
building program at the main
campus. Newly carpeted air
conditioned classrooms and
new enlarged bathroom facili-
ties greeted the students upon
I their return to school this fall.
New teachers were added to
the faculty. Fred Goebert
assumed responsibilities as
vice-principal along with his
duties as a seventh grade
teacher and physical educa-
of tion director. He has been
teaching at Panama City
Christian School for the last
five years, is a graduate of
Appalachian Bible College,
and has done graduate studies
in Educational Administration
at Pensacola Christian Col-
lege. He, his wife, Brenda, and
children, Amy and Brian, will

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be living in Port St. Joe on
Twentieth Street as soon as
their home is completed.
Mrs. Gene Cox began teach-
ing Language Arts in grades
five through seven along with
a short French class each
afternoon She is a graduate of
Southeastern Bible College
and is a missionary with'the
Evangelical Alliance Mission
in France. She, her husband.
and children are on a year's


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furlough.
Mrs. Alan Richardson will
be working with the school
each Wednesday in a music
program especially designed
for each age group. Mrs.
Richardson majored in Ap-
plied Music at the University
of Southern Mississippi. She
has been active in giving
music lessons to students in
the community and is very


much in demand as a music
teacher.
Faith Christian School is
still accepting late registra-
tion of students for enrollment
in classes not yet filled.




New I
Effective immed
Drugs will obser
business hours:

Mon. Fri. 8 A
Saturday, 9 A

Walter and Camil

St. Joe
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Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756
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ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00 A M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
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Phone 229-6857


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regularly scheduled meeting
on Tuesday, September 8, at
7:00 p.m. (E.D.T.) The meet.
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Conference Room at 311 Wil;
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7U'." '1The Board of County Com-
Smissioners of Gulf County,
S Florida, me t u 11,1981 in
'-. regular session with the fol-
lowing members present:
Chairman James L. TaAkers-
ley, William R. Branch,,
Jimmy 0. Gortman, and Eld-
ridge Money. Also present was
Clerk Jerry Gates, Attorney
William J. Rish, Road Super-
P intendent Lloyd Whitfield Ad-
ministrative Assistant
6T' oTmmy Pitts, and Civil De-
-fensame-Bailiff Bill Lamar.
'" The meeting came to order
at 9:00 a.m. Reverend Larry
Wells opened the meeting with
f prayer and Clerk Jerry Gates
J. "led the pledge of allege ce to
the flag
Adm nistrative Assistant"
Pitts told the Board that the
minutes should reflect that the
tongue of Mr. Barrentine's
.- trailer extended onto the
county right-of-way several
feet not several inches as
reflected in the minutes and
that cutting the tongue off the
trailerailr would correct this
.problem. Comm. Branch then
moved the Board approve the
minutes with this change.
Comm. Gortman seconded the
;, notion and it passed unani-
mously.
Pursuant to invitation, duly
advertised, to receive sealed
-bids to purchase one air pac
'. for the Highland View Fire
:Department, the following
bids were received: Jackson-
ville Fire Equipment, $647.00; .
S'Panama City Fire Equlment,
S:69.50; Dowling Fire Equip-
ment, $725.00; and Fire Fght-
.'ers Equipment, $755.00.
-. Comm. Branch moved Ad-
ministrative Assistant Pitts
study the bids and advise the
Board as to which bid was the
~ lowest and best bid meeting
2:the specifications. Comm.
i Gortman seconded the motion
Sand it passed unanimously.
Pursuant to invitation, duly
Advertised, to receive sealed
% bids to purchase piling for the
anitary landfills, the follow-
g.' n bids were received:
American Creosote, $5,788.20;
S Tjie Langdale Company,
$5,429.80; Coleman-Evans
Company, $6,221.40; Koppers
: Company, $6,864.00; and Es-



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MINUTES

of the


county Comm


cambia Treating Company,
$7,032.00. Comm. Branch
moved Administrative Assist-
ant Pitts study Lhe bids and
advise the board as to which
bid was the lowest and best bid
meeting the specifications.
Comm. Money seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously.
Comm. Birmingham came
into the meeting at this point.
Pursuant to invitation, duly
advertised, to receive sealed
bids to purchase solid wast
trailers for the sanitary land-
fills, the following..bids were
received: Swacars Sales,
$31,468.00; and Rabun and
Company, $2,500.00-car from
brochure. Comm. Branch
moved Administrative Assist-
ant Pitts study the bids and
advise the board as to whicfi
bid was the lowest and best bid
meeting the specifications.
Comm. Money seconded the
motion and itpassed unani-
mously.
Pursuant to invitation, duly
advertised, to receive sealed
bids to purchase one rotary
mower for the road depart-
ment the following bids were
received: Beard Equipment
Company, $5,120.00; Spivey's
Ford Tractor, $5,696.00; J.D.
Swearingen, $6,174.00; J.D.
Swearingen, $4,794.00; Flint
Equipment Company, no bid;
Big Bend Equipment Co., no
bid; and Anders Equipment
Co., $5,791-50. Comm. Birm-
ingham moved Administra-
tive Assistant Pitts study the
bids and advise the Board as
to the lowest and best bid
which meets specifications.
Comm. Branch seconded the
motion and it passed unani-
mously. Comm. Gortman then
moved the Board hold all. bids-
until the next meeting to allow
the Board time to go over the '
bids with Mr. Pitts. Comm.
Birmingham seconded the
motion. After discussion,.
Comm. Birmingham with-'
drew his second. The motion
then died for lack of a second.
Comm. Birmingham then
moved the Board hold the bid
on the rotary mower until the
next meeting. Comm. Branch
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.



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mission

Don Johnson, Apalachee
Regional Planning Council,
along with Hub Norris, the
Board's member of the Tech-
nical Review Committee on
the Planning Council discus-
sed with the Board the Plan-
ning Council's responsibility
to solicit comments on the ten
year site plans of power plants
affecting the area. Mr. Norris
told the Board that the plan
affecting Gulf County is Flori-
da Power's proposed power
plant construction at White
City. He said he would recom-
mend the Board not comment
on site plans outside the
county even though they have
the authority to do so. Rusty
Wooten and Carl Weiland
representing Florida Power
told the Board that the White
City Plant was not in their ten
year plan submitted to the
state, but that did not mean
construction would not start
within the next ten years.
They said new ten year plans
were submitted each year.
They said construction of the
plant had been delayed due to
the financial and economic
conditions, in existence in the
country today, but the White
City site had been definitely
chosen as the preferred site
for construction of- the next
plant Florida Power builds.
The Board thanked Florida
Power for their interest in
Gulf County and then adopted
the following statement to be
mailed to the State of Florida
concerning .Florida Power's
ten year site plan:
August 11, 1981
Department of Veteran and
Community Affairs
Bureau of Land and Water
Management
Tallahassee, Fl 32301
Dear Sirs:
This Gulf County Commis-
sion is supportive of the ten
(10) year site plan of Florida
Power Corporation relating to
the Gulf County Site. The
County has reviewed the site
according to the adopted
Comprehensive 'Plan and
other land use regulations and
find it consistent with them.
The Gulf County Board of
County Commissioft needs no
additional information to
make further decisions.
Sincerely, "
James L. Tankersley,
Chairman
Ed Leuchs, Director, Apa-'
lachee Regional Planning
Council, met with the Board to
discuss an application for a
community development
block grant. He told the Board
that-the port authority needed
$250,000 to complete engineer-
ing plans for development of
the port before bonds could be
sold for. construction of the
port. He said that submission
of a grant application for
$500,000.00 that would include
50 percent for economic de-
velopment (the port) and 50
percent for housing improve-
ment (Williamsburg and
Methodist Hill areas in Wewa-
hitchka) w6uld have an excel-
lent chance of approval by the
Department of Housing and
Urban Development. He said
the Board would need to do
two things to initiate the grant
application: (1) Authorize the
Planning Council to put to-
gether the grant, application'
and (2) set up a meeting
between the Planning Council,
Port Authority and County
Commission for purposes of
coordination, planning, and
management as required by
the grant. Comm. Money then"
moved the Board proceed with
the grant application as out-
lined by Mr. Leuchs. Comm.
Branch seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously,
Clerk Gates told the Board


that Property Appraiser
Joyce Williams had informed
the Board, by letter, that the
tax roll would be delayed
another thirty days, which
would also delay the board's
work on the 1981-82 budget.
Administrative Assistant
Pitts told the Board that the
pump obtained from the Flori-
da Department of Agriculture
for the White City Fire De-
partment was not working and
he, along with the fire depart-
ment, was trying to locate
another one.
Comm. Birmingham told
the Board that an employee of
the Road Department had
asked for a personal leave of
absence, which was granted,
and was now wanting to return
to work before the leave of
absence had run its time and
he requested the Board's
direction on this matter.
Comm. Gortman said he felt
the return should be at the
discretion of the employee's
supervisor. The Board agreed.
Comm. Branch -said he
would like it entered in the
minutes that the Board had
received a copy of a letter
from Ardaman and Associ-
ates, Inc. addressed to Mr.
Reggie Tisdale of Barrett,
Daffin and Carlan Inc. con-
cerning an investigation of
pavement distress on Second
Avenue in Beacon Hill.
Comm. Branch stated he
would like it entered into the
minutes that the. Board had
received a permit from the
Department of Environmental
Regulation for construction 'f
a boat ramp at Palm Point.
Administrative Assistant Pitts
said that ..approval from the
Army Corps of :Engineers
should be forthcoming any
day
daomm. Branch told the
Board that he had talked to
Ottis Smith concerning a
drainage ditch that splits his
property. Comm. Branch said
this was a mosquito control.
ditch, but that, the Mosquito
Control Department does not
have the personnel to work on
the ditch as needed and
suggested that the Board
allow the Road Department to
work on the ditch. Comm.
Branch said there was a
severe erosion' problem on the
ditch. Comm. Gortman told
the Board this problem has
come up in the past and the
Board needs to do something
or tell Mr. Smith that they are
not. Comm. Birmingham told
the Board that as Road
Department Commissioner he
would take care of the prob-
lem if the Board wanted him
to. The Board agreed thatthe
Road Department do the
maintenance work on the
dftch as authorized in Mr.
Smith's agreement with .the
Board.
Comm. Branch told the
Board' that Sam Peters had
contacted him concerning the
Board paying for Mr. Peter's
wife's hospital bill at Bay
Memorial Hospital. Comm.
Branch said he told Mr. Peters
that Bay Memorial would
have to send the information
to the Board and then the
Board would determine if Mr.
Peters met the indigent guide-
lines as adopted by the Board.
Comm. Money told the
Board that an individual in
Ward Ridge had contacted
him requesting the' Board
install a four-way stop sign at
the intersection of Niles Road
and'Garrison Aenue in Ward
Ridge. The Commission told
Comm. Money that since" this
intersection was within the
City limits of the municipality
that the request should be
directed to the City and then
the City could request the
same from the County and the
State.
Comm. Money told the
Board that the streets in Gulf
Aire Subdivision have been
cut again. Administrative As-
sistaht Pitts told the Board
that these are old cuts and are
being repaired now. Mr. Pitts
said there was a problem with
the Cable TV company con-
structing lines too shallow
underneath the county roads
at the beaches, but that he had
taken care of this problem.'
Comm. Money told the
Board that he had been
contacted concerning a dog
problem at the beaches. The
attorney told Comm. Money


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that the Board had a vicious
dog ordinance which might
elp with the problem.'
Comm. Gortmanmoved the
Board consider the adoption of
the proposed changes in, the
job classifications for county
employees at the next meet-
ing. 'Comm. Branch seconded
the motion and it passed
unanimously.
Comm. Gortman asked the
Board members if they were
ready to act on the squatter
problem at Willis Landing
dissesad at'a previous meet-
ing. Comm. Birmingham re-
quested the Board wait until
e next meeting.
Comm. Gortman told the
Board that the Indian Pass
Boat Ramp needs repair and
asked the status of the permit
application, to fix the ramp.
Chairman Tankersley told
Comm. Gortman that he had
been working closely with Mr.
Pitts on this matter and boat
ramp -at Palm Point and he
felt the perinit would be issued
shortly for Indian Pass as it
had been at Palm Point.
Administrative Assistant
Pitts told the Board he felt it
would be in the best interest of
the county to re-bid the solid
waste trailers as the offer
from Swacars Sales was not a
formal bid, but quoted a price
which could be more economi-
cal to the county if the trailers
met specifications. Comm.
Birmingham moved the Board
re-bid the trailers, bids to be
opened at the next meeting.
- Administrative Assistant
Pitts recommended the Board
accept the bid of Jacksonville
Fire Equipment in the amount
of $647.00 as the lowest and
best bid. Comm. Branch
moved the Board accept the
bid of Jacksonville Fire
Equipment. Comm;. Money
seconded the motion and It
poased unanimously.
Administrative Assistant
Pitts recommended the Board
accept the bid of the Langdale
Company in the amount of
$5,42.80, as the lowest and
best. bid. Comm. .Branch
nmved the Board accept the
4Vw bid of the Langdale
.Company. Comm. Gortman
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.


withheld, David Robinson,
Field Representative for Gulf
County, said recently.
The provision applied to
both Social Security disability
insurance beneficiaries and
Supplemental Security In-
come (SSI) disability recip-
ients.
"A person undergoing treat-
ment for an impairment that
has lasted or is expected to
last for at least 12 months may
be considered disabled," Mr.
Robinson said. "On the other
hand, the same person .would
not be considered disabled if
he or she refused treatment

Shorthand Class

Being Offered,
The Gulf County Adult
School is offering a class in
shorthand on Monday night
from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in
room 301 at the Port St. Joe
High School.
For further information call
227-1744.
There will be no school
Labor Day, Sept. 7.

Car Wash Slated

This Saturday
There will be a car wash
Saturday, September 5, next
to the City Hall. The car wash
is being sponsored by Club "85
Alive" and the price is $2.00
per car.
The club invites you to drop
by from 10:30 to 4:00 if you
would like to have your car
shiny and clean.


without justification."
"While 'the law provides
monthly .cash payments for
persons found to be disabled,
it also seeks to have as many
beneficiaries as possible reha-
bilitated to the point where
they can return to work. A
monthly payment is no substi-
tute for gainful employment
and independent living;" Mr.
Robinson said.
"Trial work periods are pro-
vided as an additional incen-
tive for beneficiaries to at-
tempt to return to work. "The
trial work period permits
beneficiaries who are still
disabled to make the effort to
go back to work without
jeopardizing their benefits,"
Mr. Robinson said. "During a
period of 9 months, not
necessarily consecutive, any


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ition .
work they perform does not'
affect their rights to benefits
as long as their impairment
shows no improvement. In
other words, any work and4
earnings during these- 9
months are not considered in
determining whether a bene-
ficiary continues to be dis-
abled.
"Of course, any medical
evidence obtained during this
period that suggests that the
person has recovered from his
or her impairment would be
considered." Additional infor-
mation about disability bene-
fits and vocational rehabilita-
tion services may be obtained
from the Social Security of-
fice, located at 30 W. Govern-
ment Street, Panama City,
Florida. The telephone num-
ber is 769-4871.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1981


PAGE SEVEN


Coach Taylor Explains the Situation to His Troops


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Public Notices

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH UNITED PRODUCTS. IN
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF a Florida Corporation.
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY. Plaintiff,
CASE NO.81-150 vs.
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ELI M. VIZCARRA, M.D.

GENERAL PRACTICE


OFFICES *
102 20th Street,'Port St. Joe

Open 2 5 P.M., EDT
Closed Thursday afternoon
Telephone 229-8258 or 229-8259


Corner of 10th St. & Hwy. 98
Mexico Beach, Florida
Open 10- 12 A.M., CDT
Monday Friday
Telephone 648-8274


HOME PHONE 229-8475






SALE OF USED VEHICLES

The St. Joseph Telephone

& Telegraph Co. will sell the

below listed vehicles:

Vehicle #423, 1975 Step 61/2' 6 Cyl. Truck,
SIN CCQ145A145413 Chevrolet 1/ T.

$1,100.00

Vehicle #417,1975 Chev. ,/2T Step 62',
E/W Tool Boxes & Ladder Rack, 6 Cyl.
SIN CCQ145A145269.

$1,375.00

Those Interested Should Contact
BERNARD 0. WESTER, Supply Manager
P. O. Box 220
Port St. Joe, FL 32456

The Prices Are Fixed and Payment
Will Be Cash or Certified.


These vehicles can be seen at the
Supply Complex in Port St. Joe.
tfc .27


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VAN JONES and wife ADDIE RUTH
JONES and STEPHEN C. BRIGHT,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO- ADDIE RUTH JONES ",
Pine Street'
Wewahltchka, Florida 32485
NOTICE OF ACTION
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for foreclosure of a mortgage has been
filed against you'and you are required' to
- serve a copy of your written defenses, If
any to it on WILLIAM M. ATKINSON, JR.,
Plaintiff's attorney, 304 Magnolia Ave.,
Suite 4. Panama City, FL 32401 on or
before the 18th day of September, 1981.
and file the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter, other.
wise a default 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 newspaper printed at Port St.
Joe, Florida.
DATED this 27th day of August, 1981.
JERRY THOMAS GATES,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:. Is Tonya Allen,
As Deputy Clerk 4t 9-3

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
IN RE: The Estate ol
HUGH WELCH WHITE. JR.
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 ol the estate of HUGH
WELCH WHITE. JR., deceased, File
#81-29, is pending In the Circuit:Court of
Gulf County, Florida. Probate Division,
the address of which is P. 0. Box 968,
Port St Joe. Florida 32456 The personal
representative of the estate is CAROLYN
MOONEY WHITE, whose address Is 1008
Garrison Avenue. Port St. Joe. Florida.,
The name and address of the personal
representative's attorney are set ilorth
below
All persons having claims or demands
against the estate are required. WITHIN
THREE (3) 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 oasis
for the claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or attorney, and
the amount claimed II the claim is nol yet
-due, the date when it will become due
shall be stated It the claim is contingent
or unliquidated. the nature of the uncer-
lainty shall be stated. II 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. .
SAll persons Interested in the estate to
whom a 'copy of this Notice of Aa.-
ministration has been mailed are re.
quired, WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS.


FROM THE DATE OF THE) FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
any objections they may havee that
challenges the validity of the dependent's
will, the qualifications of the, personal
representative, or the venue or jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED 'WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date of athefirst, publication of this
Notice of Administration: September 3,
198f ..
tlo CAROLYN MOONEY WHITE
Personal Representative of the
Estate of HUGH WELCH WHITE. JR.
deceased '
Isl WILLIAM J. RISH
P. 0. Box 87
303 Fourth Street
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904229-8211 '
Attorney for, Persoiial Representative
Port St. Joe; FL 32456. -
219-3

IN RE The Estate of
TED L WHITFIELD
Deceased.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA'
IN PROBATE
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 oftTED L
WHITFIELD. deceased, File -181-27, Is
pending In the Circuit Court of Gulf Coun-
ty. Florida, Probate Division, the address
of which Is P. 0. Box 968. Port St. Joe.
Florida 32456. The personal represean.
tative ol the estate Is EDITH WHITFIELD.
whose address Is 1002 Marvin Avenue,
Port St. Joe. Florida. The name and ad-,
dress of the personal representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or demands
against the estate are required. WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE. to lile 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 tlalmed. If the claim is nol yet
due, the date when It will become due
shall De 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 ol the claim to the clerk to enable
the clerk to mail 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 13) MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
any objections they may have that
challenges the validity of the decenoent's
will. the ouallicatlons of the personal


representative, or t16e venue or jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL-CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS.' NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date 61 the' first publication of this
Notice of Administration: September 3,
1961. -
Isl EDITH WHITFIELD,
Personal Representative of the
Estate of TED L WHITFIELD. deceased.
let WILLIAM J. RISH
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Run forMuscular Dystrophy



Road Runners Unlimber


)BUDGET SAVERS(


The St. Joseph Bay Road
Runners hosted a very suc-
cessful fund raising event here
in Port St. Joe on Saturday,
August 15, at the newly'
constructed Port St. Joe High
School track on Long Avenue.
It was the St. Joseph Bay
Road Runners' Muscular Dys-
trophy Jog-a-thon held in
conjunction with the annual
Jerry Lewis Labor Day Tele-
thon for the Muscular Dystro-
phy Association.
Nine members of the local
running club solicited pledges
for each lap that they could
complete around the quarter-
mile asphalt track. As usual,
the citizens of Port St. Joe and
elsewhere responded gener-
ously and the club was able to
raise a thousand dollars in
pledges to aid in the fight
against Muscular Dystrophy.
The runners completed a
collective total of three hun-
dred sixty-four laps or a
distance of ninety-one miles
during the two and one-half
hour event.
Linda Griffin was the lead-
ing fund-raiser with a total of
almost three hundred dollars
in pledges for the eight mile
distance that she completed.
The local club presented
Linda with a gift certificate
for her excellent participation
in the Jog-a-thon. The other
runners participating were
Robert Whittle, Dave Thomp-
son, Rick Lamberson, Jerry
Shores, Perry McFarland,
Anita Ward, Ed Knight, and
Theo Johnson.
Representatives from the
local running club will present
the money to the Muscular
Dystrophy Association during
the Jerry Lewis Labor Day
Telethon on Monday morning,
September 7th.
. The club would like to
publicly thank all those who so
generously pledged their sup-
port and those who helped by
serving as lap-cou: ters and
morale-boosters during the
Jog-a-thon.


Rick Lamberson, left, and Ed Knight,
take a turn around the track in their run to


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Griffin, who collected $300 in pledges in the
run. She was the leading fund raiser.


raise funds In the Muscular Dystrophy drive.
-Star photos .


When hBuildig, Choosing
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rTees 1
Deciding which trees to
leave when clearing for a new
-, homee should be second in
im -portacie only to choosing a
Trees can increase the value
i f a hiie by thbosands of
1, dollar, provide substantial
;.'4 savings in heating and cooling
i costs','nd transform an other-
average .home into a
b,'showpiece.
A .- In -arecent survey, county
Sfo es tears from the Florida
I Division of Forestry reported
that they are often questioned
S'Aboutwhich treesto leave and
Which.ones. to remove from
prospective homesites. The
i-,'Division of Forestry advises
that leaving the right trees on
-a construction site is usually
1 "-" .easier and less costly than
transplanting trees' later.
Trees which are left in place
s *ill'almost always be larger
an d better adapted to a
: particular site.
.. When trying to decide which
trees to leave on a site it is
-.': best to walk over your pro-
perty with a sketch' of the
i. ', boundary lines. Begin by
_. 'identifying large trees that
w i llplay a major role in the
appearance of your future
,.. yard. These should be drawn
M IMusic Program

at Primn. Baptist
Rev. G. H. Wilson, Pastor,
[ '. .has announced there will be a
musical program given at the
Primitive Baptist Church on
.Sui day, Sept. 6, at 7:00 p.m.
The program is being held for
David'Jackson who lost his
S home.
For more information con-
.:': tact Mrs. Gloria Best, 229-8566
S-.. I or 'Bro. Abraham Evans,
.4.-.; 229-6146.
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in on your sketch.
SNext look for special flower-
ing 'or colorful trees such as
dogwoods, redbuds, mag-
nolias, or red maples. Re-
member'some of these trees
may be just a few feet tall. It is
sometimes helpful to mark the
" trees with strips of cloth or
plastic flagging as you identi-
fy them
It is also important to look
for trees that need to be taken
out. Trees which are diseased
or decayed will 'be much
easier to remove before the
home is built and wires are
installed. Be sure to mark
trees that should come out on
the sketch, too.
If you have the luxury of
time, it would be helpful to
walk over the property during
different seasons of the year.

Mrs. Biggs

Is Poetry

Winner
Area author, Margaret Key
Biggs, won second prize in the
Sebring Lake Poets Gilbert
Maxwell 'Go Looking' me-
morial contest which was
judged on August 20 by a
selected committee.
Biggs' winning poem is
titled, "The Decision," and is
about the famous Seminole,
Osceola. The contest chair-
man called the "poem "beauti-
fully crafted and stunning."
She also added, "It made my
hair stand on end."
The contest was opened io
members of the Florida State
Poets Association only. Mone-
tary awards were given to the
first three winners alone, but
there were a total of eight
winners.


Taking first prize was Ran-
Ti-'T" dall Cadman for "Her Poem."
': 'I*OTICE Sally Newhouse won third
r local Chambe. r ,of" with "We Never Said Good-
'. ore io s proud to bye." There were two fourth
Commerce is proud to place winners: Larry Klutz
announce the availability for "Junaluska Creek," and
of a new publication, Barbara Holley for "Card
S Starting Business Kit", Games." Receiving Honor-
priced at $11.85, through able Mention were Bernice
the Northwest Florida De- Bilodeau for "Portraits of the
S development Center in Shore," Pendragon for "Latin
S P ma City, Florida. Come Lately," and Lisa
__,,__... 3_St Chutro for "Weep Mayaimi."

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This may help you spot trees
which bloom at different times
of- the year or exhibit showy
fall colors.
You may wish to leave
clumps or rows of trees and
native vegetation to screen-out
objectionable views or to
provide insulation against
wind and weather.
If you find small trees that
you would like to keep but they
fall right where your house or
driveway is going to be, your
local county forester can
advise you on how 'to trans-
plant them to a protected
portion of your yard. They can


save you from having to
purchase additional trees for
landscaping.
Locating the trees you want
to save provides the prospec-
tive homeowner with the
information needed to begin
dealing with the construction
contractor.

Thanks
Mrs. Lizzie Hoffman would
like to thank all her friends for
their kindness and thoughtful
acts which made her 95th
birthday so happy.


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Old man Theo Johnson is
still plodding along, doing his
bit for Muscular Dystrophy
and keeping himself in trim in
the process.


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Rick Lamberson, St. Joseph Bay Road
Runners, presents first prize to Mrs. Linda


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NOTICE




Notice is hereby given that the

Board of City Commission of the

City of Port. St. Joe will hold a

Public Hearing at the City Hall,

Port St. Joe, Florida, at 8:00 P.M.,

E.D.T., Thursday, September 10,

1981, for the purpose of receiving

comments for or against the deci-

sion made by the City Commission

to sell Municipal Hospital to Bap-

tist Medical Center of Jacksonville,

Florida.


CITY OF PORT ST. JOE


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1981


PAGE NINE


Belin Regarded In Business World As The New Ed Ball


Reprkited From The management, very know-
Tallahassee Democrat ledgeable management, but
we lack great depth," he said.
J. C. Belin started out to be a On many a Sunday morning,
newspaperman and wound up before church, Belin as-
runninga paper company that sembles his executives for
has nothing to do with news. problem-solving sessions.
It's probably just as well. "It's quiet then, and no
Belin's career has led him to telephones are ringing, and we
the top position in an indus- get a lot accomplished," he
trial empire that is. unique in said.
Florida. But the conference invari-
Jake Belin is widely regard- ably is adjourned before
ed as- the new Ed Ball, church services begin .
although his' style and gle- B3elin is a Baptist: His wife,
meanor are unlike those of the herself once an employee of
late Florida industrialist, and St. Joe Paper, is a Methodist.
he shares his newly acquired They take turns attending one
power with another longtime another's church.
Ball associate, Winfred .L. For recreation, Belin likes
Thornton. golf and reading. But since Ed
Since Ball died two months J.C.BELIN Ball became disabled last
ago at 93, Belin and Thornton J.C.BLIN December, he has found little
have been quietly doing offi- the legal intricacies of estate time for either pastime.
cially what they had been management All through that "I haven't played golf in
doing semi-officially for al- s h fmnctnd uder seven months," he said. "I.
most a year because of Ball's aegis of Ball, one of the read when I can, but there's
failing health-running the titans of Florida economic not much time for that any
Alfred t. duPont estate. history more. I've got hundreds-- no,
For those unfamiliar with "I'm a native of DeFuniak thousands--of books. A lot of
this pillar of Florida history, Springs Belin said. "I went them are at our beach house
folklore and economic toworkfor St. Joe in1938 near Port St. Joe."
strength, theestate duPont when it was jointly owned by Many of the volumes deal
left in 1935 now consists of a Mead (Paper Co.) and the with Civil War history and
paper company, a couple of duPont estate. Confederate military heroes.
railroads, a large sugar- That was not his original On his office wall in Jackson-
growing and refining opera- intention. While a student at ville is a painting of Robert E.
tlion, a little rural telephone George Washington Univer- Lee and his general. The only
company, $185 million in sity, he studied journalism. other wall adornments are
stock,'and a million acres of "I had the grandiose idea of four line sketches of paper
aland. becoming a newspaperman," mill operations.
There are a few other odds recalled "I was a copy As nearly everyone who
and ends, but those are the editor on the school paper, ever heard of Ed Ball knows
principal ingredients in the writing headlines and all that. only too well, a favorite
house that Ball built on the Do they still have those things late-afternoon ritual of the
relatively modest foundation called 'headline counts'?" late tycoon and his associates
left by his brother-in-law. The pressures of the Great was hoisting a few glasses of
What makes it distinctive Deession changed his plans.Jack Daniels or Old Fitz-
from other large-scale busi- Belin left college before he gerald after working hours
ness enterprises is that the graduated worked for a while and before dinner. That prac-
proceeds are dedicated to at the Library of Congress, twice has not entirely been
specified charitable causes, and then went home to Port St' abandoned.
Although Thornton sBelin'sJoe, where St. Joe Paper took Nearly every Thursday
equal as a duPont estate him on as an inspector. evening when Belin is in
trustee and a designated "I checked the quality of the Jacksonvide, he and a few
"personal representative" of paper before it was.shipped to friends gather in what once
Ball, the paper executive from hecustomer," he said. "Then was Ball's condominium
Port St. Joe is the nearest I went into sales. I later apartment overlooking the St.
thing to a business heir of the became sales manager, then John's River. After a few
late tycoon, assistant vice president for drinks and good-natured small
Much taller in stature and sal ten e president oralk, they depart for dinner at
more forceful in speech, Belin sales. I was in sales for 25 the River Club, atop the tallest
shares many of the business building in town.
philosophies and economic years.idnt of Stoe aid a Often, the conversation
and political opinions of his As president of St. Joe and a Often, the conversation
and political opinions of his duPont trustee, Belin divides turns to Ed Ball. Belin's long
mentor o ld friend told his time between Port St Joe affiliation with the late indus-
"Jake," an old friend told and Jacksonville. trialist left him with a rich
him the other evening,- As a reflection of Ed Ball's store of Ball stories and
"you're beginning to sound celebrated monetary conser- anecdotes.
just like Mr. Ball. You're vatism, thee n omn At a recent Thursday night
using some of. .the same .vat__ trp r a 6,B dinnec gathering, he rwalled
aseram an- another executives between how a i like t
nersms." the two points or to the two have things his own way-
Belin consider@ that a comp- dozen facilities that are part of once went about choosing a
lMent- the paper company 16-state board of directors for the
"Mr. Ball was a brilliant the par company's 16-state Florida National Banks.
i man," he said. "'The acquisi- operations.
man," he said. "The acquisi- The five-hour trips from "I had suggested James
tions he made over the year Port St. Joe to Jacksonville Rhodes, the governor of Ohio,
have done so very well There are often made in Belin's 1980 and Mr. Ball thought it was a
has been steady appreciation Chevrolet Monte Carlo, "al- good choice," Belin recount-
in the assets of St. Joe Paper though I occasonally catch a ed. "When he called Rhodes to
Co. ride on somebody's plane." ask if he was interested, the
Belin is president of St. Joe, ane. governor cautioned he
a job he has held since 1968, "Private planes are mostly couldn't devote much time to
and St. Joe is the solid rock of used by businesses as status his director's duties and prob-
the duPont estate. The bulk of symbols," he said, but con- ably could not attend many
the state's holdings, estimated ceded that travel pressures board meetings.
to be worth from $640 million recently have persuaded him '"Why, Governor Rhodes,'
to $1.1 billion, are concen- to consider acquiring one. Mr. Ball said, 'that's just the
treated with the paper com- "I don't travel as much as I kind of director we're looking
pany. used to," Belin said, "but I do for."'
Belin sees his task as that of like to get out into the woods, The banks were split off
a conservator and a builder. where we aie planting trees, from the duPont estate a
'B heritage I'm a con- and protecting and improving decade ago after a long and
servative person he said, them- bitter fight by the government
sittis at his desk in a spartan, "We're a low-key company. to divorce the financial and
unpretentious office in the We have very experienced industrial arms of the Ball
estate's Jacksonville head-
quarters in the Edward Ball
Building.
"The president of a com- Gal 5"22-23
pany is a steward. He has to I
protect the assets under his 'o J cR
stewardship," Belin said. CHURCH OF GOD
Like colleague Thornton, CHURCH OF GOD
president of the duPont- Z TEMPERANCE C
controlled Florida East Coast "Where Jesus Christ Is King
Railway, Belin serves a dual S L & God's Love Is An
role as estate trustee and S &G Everflowing Fountain"
corporate chief executive. I 0
"When you work for one," "' SUNDAY SCHOOL ..... 17000 A.M.
1 he said, "you also do a job for GOODNESS MORNING WORSHIP .. 11 00 A.M
the other. They are very much EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00 P.M.
interrelated." k FAITH WEDNESDAY EVENING 700 P.M
At 66, Belin is a man whose Ps 11
entire career has revolved Pastor-Ira J. Nichols
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.empire.
Today, St. Joe Paper repre-
sents the estate's hope for the
future, in Belin's view.
"St. Joe is very diversified,
but we want to diversify even
more,." he said. "Our outlook
is good, With population in-
creases occurring worldwide,
there are new uses and new
demands for paper."
The jargon of the paper
business permeates Belin's
observations about St. Joe and
its future.
"We are not fully utilizing
our forest holdings," he said.
"We expect to get into veneer,
sawmills, pilings and posts.
We'll use sawdust and bark to
great advantage."
But Belin talks of broader
horizons for the hugh paper
empire-an enterprise that
has been sought for years by
potential buyers who repeat-
edly have been told, in effect,
"No, we're not for sale."
"We are looking to use the
harbor (at Port St. Joe) for the
storage and export of grain,"
he said. "T'is region produces
soybeans, corn, wheat and
other agricultural products.
This area is getting to be a
bread basket, just like the
Midwest. We think Port St.
Joe could be used for these
purposes."


Gould is doing in Miami. We
might have to get a partner,
but we can do it."
Belin was referring to de-
veloper Theodore Gould, who
bought the 8.3-acre Ball Point
in downtown Miami from the
duPont estate and is turning it
into an apartment and com-
mercial complex. That sale,
duly noted in St. Joe Paper
Co.'s 1980 annual report to
stockholders, netted the com-
pany $16.5 million before taxes
and $11.8 million after taxes.
"Diversification is our goal.
In a sense, we are going to
reorganize St. Joe. We'll take
it in new directions and bring
in new management people,"
Belin said.
That would appear to be a
change in the direction in the
aftermath of Ball's death and
the passing of the mantel to
the Belin-Thornton team.
Belin discounted report s
that segments of the esta a'
might be sold.
"We've had dozens of in-
quiries about buying St. Joe,"
he said. "But our view is to
develop the assets and make
money off of them..., not sell
them."
That philosophy is very
much in the Ed Ball tradition.
Ball's policy of asset growth,
called "empire building" by
his critics, lifted the duPont
estate from a worth of $26
million in 1935 to near $1
billion shortly before his
death.
In Ball's waning years, he
emphasized repeatedly his
belief that political trends in


America were carrying the
nation toward communism.
Belin does not harbor so
harsh an outlook on the future
'of. the republic.
"I'm not in favor of short
workweeks or liberal give-
away programs," he said.
','They are badly abused, and
they destroy incentive.
"But I'm encouraged by
what the Reagan administra-
tion is doing to change those
things." Belin said.
He sees a brighter future for


the United States as a result.
Some geographical areas, he
suggested, are more promis-
ing than others. He has great
expectations for Florida- and
for Houston, Texas, where his


two sons work in the oil
business.
"If I were young," Belin
said; "I would head for
Houston. There's a lot going
on out there."


The oldest apple orchard in the United States was planted
by Franciscan fathers in 1636 near what is now Manzano
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SPrice Reduced. 3 bdrmn. Home for Sa
brick home, 2 ba., liv. rm., stucco, 3 bdrm.
din. rm., family rm., may assume 9
breakfast area, ch/a, range, Located in
: refrig., dishwasher, laundry 227-1839.
S rm w/sink, Fla. rm., 2 car
-garage w/opener. 18'x36'pool, House and tw
*< cypress privacy fencee' by owner in
shallow well pump. Cypress bdrm., ceramic
Ave., near schools. By appt. eludes g. build
1 only. 22,-6401. used for carport
|y 229-6401. 5tp9-3 Call after 8 p.r
Three lots for sale in Ward day 229344.
Ridge. Call 229-8474 for more
Information. 4tp8-20
4... bdrm., liv.rm., din. rm., 1.
den and kitchen, utility rm.,
storage, dbl. carport, Ig. r
screened in back porch, on 2
: lts 1605MonumentAve.Call YARD SALE:
294654. tfc6r4 day, 9-5. Furn
; '\ -0-.: umisc. items.r
.:, .Three lots for sale in .- s
SApalachicola. $6,500.648-413. CHURCH
2t 8*-27 Highlan

For Sale by Owner: 2bdrm., YARD B
S ba. house on 2 Ig. lots (For the Jo
S IWhite City. Screened in front Children's
,rnd back porch. Large shed. Corner of
: New deep well. $20,000. Call by City
S29-8971l anytime for more in-
S formation. 4tp8-13 9-4, Se

3 bdrm., 1 ba. house with
screen porch. $,17,500. Owner Good manne
*M finiince. 221 7th St. Call than good birth
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Excel.cond 3 baorm 2 be brick home 528 71h St Owner w
dn It't lots. extras Fireplace. carpet cent down, balance
: ruout. ully insulated, can n&alc bdrm. plus sm. ex r
bufll-in range, chain link lance and ning I replace in INv
Carport. Best of all the existing chen Back 8 fioni s
S assumable mortgage Is at 9le and carport 517.000 N<
-.owner will lake a reasonable second
S mortgage il needed. A real opporlun 3 barm. 1 ba home
i ty 106 Mimosa. Fenced back yard
store shed. reason
r.i' M100 Mimosa Ave. Lovely brick nome. Marvin Ae No 113
S3bdrm.3bath cargargeon 2 lols
geothermal 'healngicooling system. Owner says sell 3a
..n 'LSl of extras Shown b appli onyl Irame nome Only Sl
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 3. 1981


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le: Stone and
, 2 ba., veteran
1,4% VA loan.
White City.
2tp9-3

wo lots for sale
White City. 3
e tile bath, in-
ing that can be
t, boat storage.
m., 229-537 or
tfc 5-21






Sept. 5, Satur-
iture, clothes,
ltc 9-3

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id View
AKE SALE
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s Church)
Reid Ave.
y Hall
ipt. 5


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h."
occan Proverb


1974 Chevy station wagon,
$800. Call 229-6621 for more in-
formation. ltp 8-27-

1971 Ford Torino in good
running cond., $400. Call
229-8349. 2tc 8-27

1975 Datsun pickup truck,
good cond., $2,250. Being used
daily. Call 229-6394 after 6:00.
tfc 8-27
1975 Monte Carlo, good
cond., will sell cheap. 227-1342.
606'Park Ave., Highland View.

SURPLUS JEEPS, CARS,
TRUCKS. Car-inv. value $2143
sold for $100. For information
on purchasing similar
bargains, call 602-941-8014,
ext. 8636. Phone Call Refun-
dable. 4tp9-10
1972 Dodge Van Tradesman,
100 V8, auto transm., $950.00.
Call 229-000 after 5 p.m. or
see at 813 Marvin Ave., Port
St. Joe. tfc 6-25
1980 Buick Regal, $6,995.
Limited edition. Job transfer,
must sell. Like new, low
mileage. A/c, pb, ps, am-fm
cass., crushed velvet interior.
Phone 227-1105. tfc 8-20

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


)SEPH BAY REALTY
PORT ST. JOE


ill finance 25 per.
Satl 12 percent 2
m. 1 ba Wooobur
rm Lg eat in kil
screened porches
o. 112
in good location
gas heal. carport
ably priced 1305

ot 4 brm I P a.
12.500,00 Call lor
35


Plenty of room 4 bOrm, 2 Da witn 2
a/c, gas heal. on 2 lots. each 50x175'.
Carpeting ana drapes included, near.
ly new stainless sleel exterior siding.
Room for Ig garden in back yard sur-
rounded by chain link fence 506 8in
St No 116
1501 Monument Excel location a
1600 sq. ft house completely refur.
bished 3 bdrms l, ba li rm. amin
rm der i7 llfnen'combo.' caport.'
utility rm If you need more room in a
line home. this is it. No 108


Attention: Local and nearby
people. I have several travel
trailers to sell at low cost.
These trailers were taken in
trade on Real Estate Property
lots. From 15' to 30'. Call
Panama City, 763-2468. It

Fleetwood mobile home,
24x60', carpeted floors, 3
bdrm., 2 ba. Call'after 5 p.m.,
229-6495. 3tc 9-3

Used upright piano, in good
condition. $300. Call after 3
p.m. 648-5691 or 648-8222. ltp

80,000 b.t.u. heater and air
conditioner and A coil. Used
but in good cond. Call 648-5137.
Itc 9-3

14' fiberglass Tri-hull boat,
35 h.p. Mercury electric &
steering, 535 MinnKota troll-
ing motor (foot control).
Galvanized trailer, battery,
swivel seats. 229-8387. Itp 9-3

For
Stanley Home Products
Call Trudie Harrison
at229-6511
or come by 805 Long Ave.
19' Fenkin boat, 120 h.p.,
OMC, 10, fish finder, engine
and out drive. In good cond.
,Dry Dock galvanized trailer.
$2,995. Phone 648-5051.


GULF AIRE
Tennis Courts Now Under Construction.
Some beaulllul lots still available a?
only 11 v, % interest
Office or store bldg. One side leased.
olher open for new lenant. Income
property priced right 1800 nq II on
Reid Ave Owner financing
513 4On St. 2 bdrm. 1 ba home Walk.
ing lsltance to slores. chain link
lance Assume existing mortgage
Owner will finance balance Both al
good Inlerebl rale "1 down No 107
Lg ..ogmy. sluraily built older home
wllh barrr 2 ba. 2 screen porches
Ironl and rear. chain linn 'ence en.
circles properly Ideal lor ig family
216 7th S No 115


w; MEXICO-BEACH
Two beautiful acres plus two Ig. Deluxe 4 bdim, 2 ba home with can Perfect Beach Home Overlooking the New Listing: 3 bdrm ? b iSlu .h i
trailers and nice size sned Thiee hla. canal location with boat Gull. Cute 2 odrm 1 ba home with house with li rrr. din rm in .rr.
'blocks rom--oDeach Only $21.500 dock-Ig. liv rm. 2 formal dining fulikichen. lam rm andnice screen- bo Oailhally lurnishea LocII.-1 ,-.r
Owner may finance ims and comlorlttie den with ead porcn. Just across Ine hwy. from nice snaded ot 5417 500 Can ..'
fireplace on 2 lois Call for appl. No the beacon with great view $44.000 appi
Special Buy. On 41hSI 3 bdim Irame 406 Hwy 98 & 3ro Sl No 410
house on nice lot Assume existing Immaculate. 3 bdarm 1 ba house - New Listing: Nice 2odrm 2 be norne
- mortgage wllh pmls. ol approx $250 with a wooden pilvacy lence Ig Beautilui modern 2 odrm.. 1 be brick on Hwy 386 1 blocks from rear:.
" mo. $29.500 tloal garden plot. Cen n&a will an home close to Gull Less than 2 yrs 552000
-economical heal pump. well in old Lg lam im wlilhcalhedral beam. _
Near the Water. Cule one bdrm sulated. see this lwel today 48.000 ad cellhng. modern kitchen wlJenn.ar
house sery close to waler with No 404 range Full carpeted Priced $47.500 A argm.lnl Reducedl Cute & r,eal mo
sizeable exlslingr.nortgage $31.000 12lh St No 408 bdrm. 1 ba almost lurnsneo mobile
:--- home Come in today to see inis buy'
Suplex on hy bdrm duplex. very cule. sundec S1t 500 Corner of 51h & FlotiaanAve
I bdrm duplex on hwy ao38.500 and good view eo the beach Will go
Owner will finance for 200o down fast at 149.000 Owner will linanc i

ST. JOE BEACH Remodeled. redone. liker.ew 3 bdm
2 ba house Lg normal hiv rm
New Listing: What a buy 3 odrm I Complete this partially inisheo Call today to see this I borm. I ba spacious den wilireplace formal din
ba brick home on 2 Ig lots. wlilh house at only 519000 :and lurn it inlo trailer on 75x150 lol al SI Joe Beach rm. kitchen w plenty ol cabinet
fireplace. normal din rm 16x32' a 530-35.000 home Great location. 3 112 500 No 212 space. breaklast area & snack bar
swimming pool with wood lence bdim 1 ba. liv im din im kilchen Located on 2 lois 75x150 ea Selma
around II Gull St Only $55 000 garage with utility ,rm onl I bik .. S
.. hrom beach Adjacenl iot alsoi Perfect for large lamivly' 4 bdim I b3
: You're missing out on a good available No 207. home w ig fam im wiln adjoining
" assumable mortgage' Plus 3 bdrm . porch Full Kilchen w eating bar Pricea IGto sel 2 odrm I oa trailer w
1 ', a .2 car garage.2 ols. screened Aadl I 1 bdrm apt for additional in Ilreplace on beautiful lot w rulii nree
porch. ano swimming oool 575000 come Owner financing available No for only 519.000 About I oik Irom
Coiner of Courl and Alabama. 210 beach Cili for apple today No 200


JONES BEACON HILL WEWAHITCHKA COMMERCIAL
7. HOMESTEAD Price Reduced loS30,000.2 fenced Greai cuy lor young couple 2 bdrm Fully equipped store oldg w Ig com.
Country living. close to town 4 lots containing 3 barm. 2 ba nome I a frame house Minimum down mercial cooler counters, display is
spacious Ddrms. newly remodeled with Ig .comfortable Ire din ,m. pml financing available $11.30000 lands etc. on 3' acres on Hw on30.
-ex Ig kitchen. 1'ia acres completely and b ltI lyVnea w kt ..- plenty of m for will finexpansoce Non a
":; fenced w new chain link dog pens. Utti ab v laopl mobile 178 acres still left on atl s,rl .l, mobile nome park will finance No
plenty garden space, numerous fruil home. i t.4 1 i0 ol Inese lots Hwy 71. Just norlnofl dwntwnf 701
trees and all close to town laeal for Ass.i ng loan and owner will De purchased in 5 to 6 acres lisinss lor Sae Cnenene
I. children., arm or nursery Call loday nanc balance 5000 down dm store. St Joe Beacn corner ol Ba
. on this one $48.500. No 109 and move in 3rd Ave between 3rd CYPRESS LODGE J 5a ar
S_____ and 41n Sl No 302 4 miles from Wewa on Dead "akes Americus 1536 sq It 10 or ,aim in
ACREAGE Right on lake 14 renlal unils 2 main cooler, paed Oriveway on 01.o w
A R Aig nouss-- luily, eupe resu rant concrete slab ready for exoarsion orD
3 bdrm. 1 ba mobile honme j. ? nouses toly ai oe a reI. aur otherusiness Call for dlia.is No
beaulilul high and dry lols in Beacon boanouse or 25 boais 9 boal and 00her buses Call for daIs o
132 acres in Overstreel 15.000 Hill property completely enclosed motors go oo Owner will finan 700
win a wooden lence. pienly of space $395000 2.700 so Il oulaing br. F.rs SI .S
. 200' on Intracoasial Canal. 3 7 acres for kids or dogs S2t.000 No 301 Reduced. House and acre o gr Porl S Joe on 3 or1013 lael to.
mile from paved Hwy. 386 A Reduced. ac warehouse or imal bus.nress Use
376 on waler front 3 wells and 3 sap. Warehouse ot Small bus-hess I.J
beautiful properly lor anyone who Priced Reduced to 537.000. A., Ms i l6anks Only 130 000 parl of if and renti he rest' Presently
wants to tie up his boat in his own street hrom Ihe Gulf on Hwy 98 Tnhi has tentahns Plenly of ro.m for .
backyard 130.000 No 800 2 bdim 1 ba Irame nome sils on 11 000 1ol ard O raile Owner will pension Priced right, Call for more
' ---bluff for better view of Gull APIt finance wiln S2 500 down information No 702
Almost 2 acres Ironling on Welappo building in back can be raened Ir nan wn 500 n
Creek. High and dry w horseshoe addl I income Call oday for spot si 000 A frame river nut and loI 2 line business rots on Reid Ae 60
bank overlooking creek Owner may Owner will firi I a width by 90'deeD includes i of
subdivide S27.000 No 804 Cule as a button ideal for ben cnl brlck wall on north sde reducing
large I or 2 bdrm 3rd Avenue near Lois irom $4 500 to 58 500 construction costs
SShady lot at Howard Creek Just a 61n SI Secluded el close in Inhe
few minutes walk from the boat an. beacn Cal to see this oa oda GULF A RE
ding S3.000o.No 805 GULFAIRE BAY FRONT

S\BEACA H LOTS Cnarm..i.g Sp.an.n Oe~ign 2 y.;I., i 5 acres on St Ra 30 near Presnris
OAK V bdrm 2'r p3 ig aen d ,vn m w 251 feet on Road 600 leet I. ca,
Sl Joe Beacnh-Lg selection ol fieol.ace oa rm abi garage on Beauliful view lor oayfror., nome
A real 'bargain at only $12000 2 beach Iol8-or less s han, $1.0L'.. beautiful Gui Aire. IT BeABt Df alr a
Sbdrm.. I ba.ieain kitchen. screened down you can own your own Call to. 10'. ,. asuminpl ,r...gae CAPE SAN BLAS
: front porch Metal shed in back yard day No. 900. CAPE SAN BLAS
Z 503 Madison. No 100.
503Madi No 100. OVERSTREET LNDIAN PASS Two gorgeous dry acres of tal lai.ei
2 bdrm.. 1 be partially furnished and shrubbery with 205 Ironi.ng .5,.
home including range & relllg Chain 3 bdrm. I ba trailer with attacneo Reduced irom $8 000 to 15.500 rl, a ina hwy and bay Just oevond ine c.i
link fenced yd w shed in back trailer, also 1 Iravel trallei. all on I1 uick sale 75 105 lot on Indian sail works n arKer Owner will setn all
$10.500 401 Madison St. acre of land. S12.500 Pass close to I e Deach This is a or 100 on' e.ne. side F.nar.c.r9,
super cBargain ana will go 5ast available NO 10



648-5011 or 648-8220 AASSOCIAHES-
: PAULETTA CAMPBELL 648-8977
JIM CLEMENT 648 5482
E. B. MILLER, REALTOR IKE DUREN, REALTOR SANDRA CLENNEY 229-6310
ALISA DUREN .. 648 5635
BOB & JEAN FALISKI 229-6553
P.O. BOX 13332 -MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410 RHONDA HEATH ..... 227-1782
NATALIE900 HIGHWAY 98 MEXICO BEACH LI .. 1498
MEXICOBEMARSHA YOUNG ......648-5248


I MISC. FOR ALme


I NOTICSI


Spear gun and diving
regulator. Contact Mike Rich,
229-8877. 2tc 9-3

Tri-Chem Liquid Em-
broidery has lots of Christmas
items. Call to have a party.
229-6784. ltp 9-3

Nine mo. old Doberman for
sale, has had all shots. Call
229-6784. ltp 9-3

Coppertone refrigerator,
$100; GE 23" color TV $100;
antique 3-way mirror vanity,
$100; wheelbarrow, $10; lad-
der, $10; record albums, good
cond., 3 for $1.00. Lots of misc.
items. 101 Sea- St., Mexico
Beach. ltc 9-3
Mobile home for sale.
12x60', 2 bdrm., cen. h&a, par-
tially furnished. $5,000. For
more information call 229-8167
after 5 p.m. tfc8-27

Miscellaneous furniture,
large Sears chest type freezer.
Call 229-8434 after 3 p.m.
2tp8-27
3M VQC H Copier with
stand, paper and toner. Excel.
cond. Contact Ned Ailes, Gulf
County Guidance Clinic, Inc.
311 Williams Ave., Port St.
Joe, 227-1145. 2tc 8-27

Used upright piano, good
cond., $500. 227-1568 after 5
p.m. tfc 6-11

16' Cobia boat, deep V walk-
thru windshield, 80 h.p.
Johnson & trailer. $850 or best
offer. Call 229-8554 or 227-1564,
askifor Danny. 2tc 8-27

Used Noblet B-flat clarinet
in excel. cond. Seasoned wood
has great tone. A nice case
and two practice books includ-
ed. Horn has new pads &
corks. 227-1471.

I 177 Kawasaki motorcycle
1000, low mileage, full dress
with:extras. Must sell. $1,900.
227-1783. 2tc 8-27

Couch and recliner. See at
2101 Constitution Dr. or call
229-8700 after 5:00. tfc8-13

Christmas Is Coming' Sh.ip
it h'.ine this year with House
f 1 iyd toys and gifts Ciits
lor I l ages. with 60 ui 'r
$10 i Indivi lu;il and p., ly
II A i. bli Ask Inhrw



Cal .~ ra italogur r
inifor fI .t, .i ..riyvtlnne. Carol)
Durhaim. '29-61276, Port St. Joe
representative tfc 8-20
All wood doll furniture for
sale. See or call Odell Roberts,'
557 2nd Ave., Highland View.
Phone 229-6775. 2tp8-27


"All doors are open to
courtesy." Thomas Fuller


Apartment for rent at Mex-
ico Beach on beach side. Call
648-8215. ltc9-3

Furnished one and' two
bedroom mobile homes, $140
and $160 month. Mobile home
sites, $50 per mo. City water
and garbage pickup furnished.
RV sites by day, week or
month. Bring yours or rent
ours. Rec hall, laundry and
store on premises. Rustic
Sands Resort Campground.
15th St.; Mexico Beach,
648-5229. tfc 9-3
Thames Hotel, day, weekly,
monthly rates. 302 Reid Ave.
229-8723.

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


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. 110/29


SYARDWORK DONEiL
Mowing, raking, cleaning,:
weeding. Phone 229-8952 after
2:00p.m tfc6-11
WAUNETA'S
BOOKKEEPING
Complete Bookkeeping Service
Including All Required
Tax Forms
Reasonable Set
Monthly Fee
Wauneta Brewer
116 Monument 229-8536,
25tp6-11
For all your cosmetic needs
cill me for a complimentary
f.i:,l. "largaret Hale.
648-. 59f Vedora Wilson,
2-;-] 17. 4tc8-20

Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration- Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
FOR TRACTOR WORK
Call 229-8939 or 648-5306
tfcc8-14

BOYER
Billboards & Beyond
,, .;,,s ol All Kinds
Si. pri,' Exterior
H b l Painting
639-2874
8-20

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


NOW $14,900 Reduced from
$19,900. Reduced & MUST sell this
spacious chain link fenced lot with
mobile home and additions, furnish-
ed. Lg. garden area & fruit trees.
Assumable $6,500 mortgage at 8%.
Make us an offer.

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

Lg. duplex Each apt. contains 3
bdrms, and 1 bath. One apt. com-
pletely furnished and the other par-
tially furnished. All for $45,000. 1616
Long Avenue. $10,000 down with
owner financing available at conve-
nient terms.

Excel. investment as vacation retreat
or primary residence. Indian Pass
Beach. Assumable mortgage & owner
financing available. $37,500.


HANNON

INSURANCE AGENCY
FRANK HANNON, Broker


Roy Smith Associates
221 Reid Avenue


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


The pound cake got
its name from the
pound of butter it was
supposed to contain.


BEACON FABRICS
Sewing Notions & Patterns
Hwy. 98 at Beacon Hill
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00 E.S.T.
tfc 8-6

CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
9W4/2294235
tfc 6-4

Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757
tfc 2-2

B&J ELECTRICAL
Residential Wiring,
Air Condition Repair
and Installation
Phone 229-8075
tfc 7-30

St. Joseph Bay
Construco
Residentbal
C.omme..ia





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



SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!


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.

The Disabled American
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
S62, will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6-4
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 pm.
in the Florida Power Lounge.


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

ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day



TV & RADIO REPAIR
B&J Electrical &
Electronics
510 1st St., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8075
In Wewa on Tuesdays
tfc 7-30


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

7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES

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


for a complete
l' 'ine of. : ..

Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
306 Reid Ave.
*~ *i i S r---f-^


Karen King
227-1133


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Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Pollock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


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SURPLUS JEEPS, CARS
Sand TRUCKS available. Many
sell under $200. Call 312-742-
1143, ext. 9939, for info. on how
topurchase. 4tc8-6
1978 F-100 Ford pickup,
short wheel base 2x4, 300 6
ScyL, big tires, chrome wheels,
chrome roll bar. 229-8821.
itfe7-9




JOB INFORMATION
Alaskan and Overseas
employment. Great income
potential. Call 602-941-8014,
dept. 8636. Phone call refund-
able.
4tp 8-13
Information on ALASKAN
and OVERSEAS employment:
Excellent income potential.
Call (312) 741-9780, ext. 4256.
4tp8-27





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ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY
900 B Highway 98
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
(904)648-5011.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe., Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1981


PAGE ELEVEN


Wadsworth Says Gulf May Go to Cong. Fuqua

Gulf County may find itself Rotary Club last Thursday "The Northwest Florida dis- another Congressman serving ot this practice. Cullen of Americus, Georgia, Roy Carter and Wheelettes
in another Congressional Dis- that Gulf County stands good tricts are just lucky they have the other portion. He gave Guests of the club were John Henry Cassani of St. Joe Cynthia Rogers and Kelly
trict with another Congress- chance of being moved into two able Congressmen repre- Holmes county as an example Clark of Tallahassee. Cecil Beach, Extension Director Johnson.


man representing its people
after the Congressional re-
apportionment next year.
Herb Wadsworth, adminis-
trative assistant to Congress-.
man Don Fuqua, told the


HELP ANTE3


Public Health Nurse II
(Comp-T&E) 28024. Salary
range $491.20 $651.20 biweek-
ly. (Subject to salary increase
on Sept. 1, 1981). Location:
Port St. Joe/Gulf. Mail ap-
plication to: E. Charlton
Prather, M.D., 2639 N. Monroe
Street, Suite 200-A,
Tallahassee, Florida 32303,
487-2546.
Minimum training and ex-
perience requirements:
Graduation from an' ac-
credited school of nursing and
two years of professional nurs-
ing including one year of
public health nursing ex-
perience; or graduation from
an accredited four-year col-
lege or university with major
course work in nursing, and
one year of public health nurs-
ing experience. (Necessary
Special Requirement:
Eligibility for. licensure as a
professional nurse by the
Florida State Board of Nurs-
ing.) 2tc9-3

SUBSTITUTE
TEACHERS WANTED
The Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. is seeking ap-
plicants for possible substitute
teaching positions during the
1981-82 school term. The Clinic
operates three classrooms for
children with emotional dif-
ficulties and qualified
substitutes are ,needed
periodically. Minimum re-
quirements include: high
school diploma and substitute
teacher certification.
Previous experience is prefer-
red. Inquiries should be
directed to: Edwii .R. Ailes,
Executive Director, Gulf
County Guidance Clinic, Inc.,
311 Williams Ave., Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456. The Gulf
County Guidance Clinic, Inc.
is an Equal Opportunity/Af-
firmative Action Employer.
. ..... tfc 8-27


Congressman Fuqua's district
after the reapportionment.
'"The numbers show that
Congressman Fuqua will
probably lose Alachua County
with the reapportionment and
his district will possibly pick
up several of the smaller
counties in the Panhandle as a
result," Wadsworth said. He
surmised that the counties to
be added to Fuqua's district
would most likely be Gulf,
Holmes and Washington.



Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
R.A.M.-regular convoca-
tion of St. Joseph Chapter No.
56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-
days, 8 p.m. All visiting com-
panions welcome.
E. E. WEEKS, H.P.
E. William McFarland. Sec.


Great Time of Sing
Join Us for E


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BIBLE STUDY ............
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seriting them in Fuqua, and'
Earl Hutto. They are both
very effective in Congress."
Wadsworth said he feels the
reapportionment will do away
with split counties in Congres-
sional districts. Presently
there are some counties which
are split with one Congress-
man serving one portion and

McCullough

On' Dean's List
A Port St. Joe resident made
the summer quarter Dean's
List at the University of West
Florida's Panama City Center
with a 3.85 grade point
average.
Gloria Jean McCullough,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mal
McCullough, 139 Ave. B, is not
a new addition to the honor's
list which requires that a
student must maintain at least
a 3.50 grade point average on a
minimum of six semester
hours. She has made the list
each quarter since the fall
quarter last August at the PC
Center.


Fall Revival
Sept. 13th- 16th
Dr. James Ponder
Preaching

ing and Preaching
very Service

R WORSHIP
.............. 9:45 A.M .
.......... . 11.00A.M
.......... .... 5:45 P.M.


:U00U P.M.
7.00 P.M.


SERMON TOPICS
A.M. ........... "The Great White Throne Judgement"
P.M ................... "What Will Heaven Be Like?"


Long Ave. Baptist Church


TED CORLEY
Pastor


1601 LONG AVENUE
MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music and Youth


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cludes kit. appliances, carpet & drapes. Priced at
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.in Ave.


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


MEXICO BEACH. 2 bdrm. duplex., cen. h&a/c, furnished.
One block from beach. Hwy 98 & 27th 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.


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