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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32454-THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1981 20 Per Copy
In Slow Pitch Softball
After eight years of trying,
Raffield's slow-pitch softball
.,'A teamnhas become the national
Industrial League champion.
The national championship
covers a lot of territory on the
other side of Wewa, since the
teams from all over the United
The closest the Raffield
team has come in the past was'
last year, when they finished
fourth in the tournament held
Not only did Raffield's win
the national championship,
but Kenny Haddock, shortstop
for the team, won the tourna-
ment- Most Valuable Player
Haddock had a .617 batting
average for the six games
played by the local team on
their way to the champion-
ship and led Raffield's defen-
sively -according to team'
coach, Wayne Parrish.
Raffield's won all of their
games played in the tourna-
Raffield's started off on
their road to the championship
by defeating Southwire of
Carrolton, Ga., 15-5 to gain the
wipner's bracket. Being in the
winner's bracket.cut down on
the number of games the team
. had to play and they continued
' t win to stay on the winner
After their initial win, Raf-
field's dumped the defending
champion, Sikorsky Aircraft
of Stratford, Conn., 16-7; Eas-
tern Coal of Oceana, W. V.,
8-6; Southwestern Bell of
Houston, Texas, 6-1 and Avco
of Stratford, Conn., 5-3 to go
into the finals.
The final game was played'
against Avco, whose only
defeat had been at the hands
of Raffield's. In the final
S Kenny Haddock shows off his Most
Valuable Player plaque and coach Wayne
Parrish holds up the first place trophy for the
National Industrial Slow-Pitch Softball cham-
field's came out o
Bill Dodson, Br
and Jerry Guilfo
Raffield offense i
banging out three
Guilford had a hon
his three hits.
Coach Parrish po
close games play
team on their w
we posted are close
slow pitch softba
Parrish pointed ou
On an area leve
didn't do as good
the national chain
They earned their
to the national tou
the basis of being a
last year. "It
defense which ga
edge to win", Par
out. It was this typ
play which also e
(Continued On Pa
pionship. which Raffield's won at tl
tournament held during the Labor
Gulf Count Highway Death Number 4
Katen Ake Killed In Mishap
Karen Knee Ake, age 23, of Wewahitchka. After the piece of metal struck the bike and "
became Gulf County's foutith traffic fatality of rider, she lost control and proceeded onto the
the year Friday afternoon;according to Florida east shoulder of the highway and struck a fence
Highway Patrol Trooper, *ill Godwin. post with the front and left side of the machine.
: : ."According to Godwin, ^rs. Ake was killed in The river was thrown from the bike, coming to .
a freak accident about twotiiles north of Port St. rest on the shoulder of the roadway. '
Joe on Highway 71, when .he was struck in the She was taken by Gulf County Volunteer
face by a flying piece of steel, which looked like Ambulance Service to Municipal Hospital, where
an automobile leaf spring' she was pronounced dead on arrival.
Trooper Godwin, said e victim was riding The accident, which occurred at about 2:40
north on 71 on a 1978 onda motorcycle p.m., was not counted as part of the Labor Day .
following a pulpwood truck The truck apparent- weekend death toll because the holiday period
ame, Raf- ly ran over the piece of meal, sending it flying had et official beeun
n top, 14-9. through the air. The chun# of metal struck the had not yet officially begun.
ian Baxley windscreen of Mrs. Ake's motorcycle, breaking The accident was investigated by Troopers
rd led the it and striking her in the ace. It was believed B. G. Godwin and R. A. Harrison, assisted by the
n the title, that the blow was the ca e of 'death. Gulf County Sheriff's Department.
aer as one of
hinted to the .
yed by the
ray to the
scores in a
all game", : i";.
fl, the team
as it did' in si
was tight :
ave us the a : ,
rish pointed .,-
e defensive ..
age Seven) At left is the moiorcyle which Mrs. Ake was
riding. Above, Trooper Godwin points to the
piece of metal which struck Mrs. Ake in the face.
L .--Star photos
Hearu TTonight hHospital Sale- ,
Citizens of Port St. Joe will asked hospital here in Port St. Joe within any questions which anyone may have operate an adequate medical facility
to providettheir input on the question five years at an estimated cost of $8-10 concerning the BMC'operation and its in Port St. Joe. Should they fail to do
of whether or not the City ofPort St. million. plans for the local hospital. so, or wish to abandon their operation,
Joe should sell Municipael Hospital to While no negative comments have Citizens are especially encouraged' the system would revert back to the.
Baptist Medical Center of Jackson- been received by the Commission to express themselves concerning the City free of charge with all improve-
viWle tonight. toward the pending sale in the past actual decision to sell or not to sell. ments intact.
The public meeting is scheduled to weeksof examination of prospective The Commission is holding the The Commission has gone into the
'beginat'8:00 p.m., irnthe Commission 'purchasers and deciding'whether or hearingsince.it was the people of Port deal with the primary thought in mind
meeting room in City Hall. not to sell, the Commission still wants St. Joe who first built the hospital of providing adequate medical facill- '
Last week, the Commission voted to to give the public an opportunity to back in the early 1940's with personal ties for the people of Port St. Joe "
recommend the Wale of the hospital to object to the sale if they wish to do so. contributions. The Commission feels In reaching this goal, the Commis-
BMC for a'total-,of $856,848 with the R. D. O'Conner, Assistant to the thehospital belongsto the citizensand sion first attempted to lease the
medical center' to take over local Executive Director of BMC, and chief they should have the last word on its hospital to Bay Memorial Medical .
operations on October 1. negotiator with the city for the 'sale sale. Center, but the center felt they didmi-
Included in the deal was a commit- plan, wwill be in Port St. Joe tonight BMC has been tied down in their want to get into such an arrangemei
R ment by BMC, to construct a new and will attend the hearing to answer agreement by the Commission to at this time.
Values Going Up...Again
Gulf County tax payers have passer. According to figures property in the county'at the ty, $53,050,563 and centrally county caused the greatest net
faced the trauma of leaping turned over to taxing authoin- directions of the Departmsent assessed, $1,315,239. taxable value of increases to.
property valuations for the ties by Mrs. Williams, taxable and turned the completed roll The City, of Wewahitchka be in the personal property- A
past 'three years, at tho property values in the county overpto them the first of the shows taxable real estate category.
insistence of the State Depart- will jump a total of $33,117,551 month, but it will be about 30 values at $6,883,055; personal Williams said that should:
ment of Revenue. The 1981 tax and even that leap may not be days before the decision is property, $3,129io046 and cen- the appraisal rolls be acceptecE
year will be another chapter in accepted by the State Depart- known as to whether or not the trally assessed 0. by the state, property owners( ..
e national the escalation of taxable pro- ment of Revenue, according to rolls are accepted. Williams said that while the would receive their Trim Bil -: .
Day w k perty values, according to Williams In the meantime, Williams re-assessment of all property notices of their assessments ii
Star photo figures released last week by Mrs. Williams said she has. has certified a taxable proper- increased t he value of ee toethe mailt by October 14ae.
Joyce Williams, Property Ap- revalued real and personal ty roll over to the taxin the Cpotentially t o t' taxable propertin Poten tial tax payers then hav
which reflect a taxable value homestead exemption in the valuation.
of $184,140,239 county-wide.
Williams said the taxable
Port St. Joewil be$84,910,579fo ti i R o s
ifor the 'coming" tax year,
reflecting an increase of $17,-
391,000 for the coming tax eiy"
*' an increase of t$645,911. nryeont than 1e10 Gulf County voters are in danger of .,
NATIONAL CHAMPIONS-Raffield's softball team, which won the Bill Dodson, Pat Patterson, Jerry Guilford, Mike White, Mike Todd and Bryan
national industrial league slow-pitch tournament in Moultrie. Georgia last Baxley. Not pictured are Warren Yeager, Don Ashcraft and Kenny Haddock.
week. From left to right: Wanye Parrish, coach, Danny Miller, Jerry Gaskin, -Star photo
The increases in property
valuation also take into con-
sideration the fact that home-
stead exemptions in all but
school taxes will be increased
by an additional $5,000 this
coming year, for a total
exemption of $20,000 on all
"Naturally this. removes a
number of homes from the tax
rolls altogether,. since many
are not worth $20,000 and will
have no property taxes to
pay", Williams said.
In a break-down of taxable
property, the county has a
taxable real estate property
value of $105,323,328; personal
property, $76,396,969 and cen-
trally assessed (railroads)
The ('ith 'f Port S! ,.) na<
taxable real estate values of
$30,544,777; personal proper-
losing their place on the voting rolls, according to
Supervisor of Elections, Cora Sue Robinson.
Mrs. Robinson told The Star this week that she is
required by law to purge the voting lists periodically,
"and the time has come for this to be done", she said,.
Mrs. Robinson said she mailed out over 1,100 cards on
Tuesday of this Week, informing the voters they are being
cut from the voting list. "Everyone who has not voted for
the past two years are cut from the lists, by state law, if
they don't re-new their registration", Mrs. Rolinson said.
It's easy to re-new one's voting status in the state of
Florida. "All the person has to do, who receives a card
notifying them of their name being cut from the list, is to
sign the card, saying they wish to remain a voter and
return it to my office", Mrs. Robinson said,
If the card is not returned, or the voter does not in
some way report to Mrs. Robinson's office and sign up to
remain on the voting list, they will not be able to vote in
next year's elections.
The list purge is also effective in municipal elections
throughout the county, as both municipalities in the
county use the central county list as their basis for
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PAGE TWO THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1981
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;, We're prejudiced about this
subject. Being directly involved, we
cannot help but be prejudiced alonj
with our considerable concern foi
the subject addressed here.
We think the people of this
community should give their whole
hearted support to the Board o
Directors of the Municipal Hospita
j.^ at the public hearing tonight on their]
1 decision to sell Municipal to Baptis
Medical Center of Jacksonville.
We feel it would be the righ
thing for the city, the county and for
that area around our county whici
has come to depend on Port St. Joe
for certain services, including hospi
The decision to sell and to whom
to sell, didn't come easy. It tool
many weeks of study of the problem
at hand and of the quality solution
which would be offered by those whi
wished to purchase the hospital. One
114 couldn't intelligently arrive at the
proper decision in this case without
S many hours of on the spot study of
all facets of the situation.
SThe Board made itself intimate
ly aware of the type services al
three corporations interested in
buying could offer the people of Port
St. Joe before the decision was
X.. made. The decision as to their type
service was made by going to see
first hand, with all three corpora
tions making sure they had their
best foot forward at the inspection
One of the reasons PresidenI
onald Reagan is putting the brakes
q- U n "free" government money is thai
;anwmuch ,of the .money is going foi
-e ,,'_projects which the government
S' (meaning you and I) has no business
S getting into.
Let us first point out that the
so-called "free" government money
is not free. It costs all of us every
time Uncle Sugar takes a chunk out
of our earnings each and every
week, month or- year. We repeat,
much of it is spent on things we don't
need to invest in and some things we
wouldn't invest in if we had the
S One of these projects came to
light right here in our planning
district recently and was approved
by the planning committee. To the
credit of Gulf County, our represent
tative on the board voted "no" on the
Sgrant. request, but he was voted
The project would renovate a
large building in Tallahassee, in the
guise of a neighborhood rehabilita
tion program, which would give
JUST AS REGULAR AS clock- i
', work, people here in the Panhandle get ,
the same disease around this time of
the year each year. And it's here now in
Football fever has struck with a
jL-- resounding smack and will linger until
.: Of primary interest to most people
in these parts is the question of how
K"- a particular fan's hometown high
4, -schoolteamwilldo. Will it be a winning
S:, .. year? Will the team have some exciting
players? Will their team make it to the
play-offs and even to the state
championship? Or will it be a "wait
until next year" season?
The college teams offer their share
of nostalgia and interest here in Gulf
County. Our county is what you' would
call a four team county, with the
interest almost evenly divided between
:Georgia, Alabama, Florida State and
::: For years now, the Florida rooters
have been the brunt of many a ribbing.
They have traditionally been the "wait
until next year" fans. This year, there
Decision to Sell
s With the fast-changing medical
e world, its intricities, its require-
g ments, its specialties, the Board felt
, it could do nothing else but offer the
hospital for sale to experts in the:
- Even if all our doctors were in
f top-notch health, doing a brisk
1 hospital practice, surgery, deliver-
r ing babies, etc., we still feel the
t decision to sell to hospital specialists
would be the right one.
t Even if the hospital was paying
r its own way and socking away a nice
h nest egg for future improvements,
e we feel the decision would still be
Even if the hospital didn't have
i to sweat a drop in apprehension
k when the Joint Commission came
i around for its periodical inspection;
n even if the hospital maintained its
b) accreditation with hardly any extra
e effort, we still feel the decision and
e the need to sell to hospital specialists'
t would be necessary.
f We think our people deserve the
best in medical care and facilities.
We feel the only way to guarantee
1 the best of everything is to turn the
i responsibility of providing it over to
t those who operate and manage
s hospitals every day of the year and
e keep totally aware of all changes for
e the better.
- We think the specialists of BMC
r will make up this void and patch the
i only weak link in the medical
service to our community.
iey Mis- Used
t federal grant money to help put a
s bail bond agency, a retail liquor
t store,, a private key club and a
lounge into business.
t The owner was going to have
$8,400 of his own money involved.
The rest of us, who pay taxes, will
e have $86,100 in tax money invested
in the project.
r The Tallahassee Democrat also
t objected to the project in a recent
editorial, but, since it involves Gulf
, County, as a part of the agency
t which approves the grant requests,
we are involved, 'directly, also. We
are all involved as tax payers.
A private individual can put up a
minimum of his own money and get
g grant money (non repayable) to put
d in a liqour store, a lounge and a
private key club while Port St. Joe
. has a grant request turned down
e which would furnish places for
d people to live in, paved streets and
a Now, tell us that President
Reagan isn't justified in cutting out
some of the "free" tax dollar
Watching the World Go By
Washington Covets Programs
Perhaps you have heard t
story of a college boy and gi
who had shacked up (livii
together- they call it). It w4
about the third day of tl
month and they were trying
skim all the government hand
outs before joining the protest
that afternoon on the univer-
sity campus. From their
campus apartment, paid fdr
,by government funds for
disadvantaged college stdt
dents, they outlined their
activities for the day.
"You go down to the Po.t
Office and pick up our social
security checks. Even thou
both our old men are de
their social security benefit
for college children sui
comes in handy for us," sai
"O.K., honey," replied the
girl. "AndIwill go own to th,
welfare office and pick up oik
monthly check. I will also gp
get our food stamps for th.
The boy- "And I will go by
the church and get the money
to pay our electric bill. You
know all I had to do last month
was go to that church office
with my sob story and they,
handed the money right over.
But what they don't know
won't hurt them."
"I'll go by the social se-
curity office to be sure that we
get our cost of living increase,
for next month," said the girl.
"And don't forget to check
in at the CETA office and puch
our cards. Boy,,this CETA job
is a push over," said the boy.
"And I will go by the Dean's
office to get our scholarship
checks for the month."
They ironed out all the other
plans for the day and were
ready for the juicy raids.
"Then let's meet back here
at 3:00 this afternoon so that
we will have time to get ready
for the protest demonstration
tonight. Just maybe tonight
we can burn down the stinking
establishment," growled the
"Oh, I had forgotten," said
the girl. "Our six month But that church had only
certificate natures today and $1,200 per year in its budget
now that we can buy another for the needy of that city.
$10,000 certificate, we must So, Uncle Sam launched an
get in on this 15 percent ambitious program to help the
interest." needy. Politicians boarded the.
"'Oh, yes, and I have to get band wagon and tried to outdo
our car down to the Cadillac one another with bleeding
place for a six month check hearts of concern for the
up. I will also pick up our underprivileged, '
weekly supply of pot on the Bureaucrats moved in
way home," said the boy. methodically and created 'a
The story may be true, or Frankenstein that is about to
untrue. I don't know. But the bankrupt the nation.
story vividly illustrates the Reagan's cut backs have
arrogant abuse of many of our done little more than ripple
social programs. the waters on this -sea of
What started out to be a corruption. But the outcry
worthy program of help for from liberals and humanists is
truly needy people has de- rattling the rafters.
generated into a putrid quag- We must care for the needy
mire of deceit, dishonesty and or our hearts will turn to
corruption, stone. But no nation or corn-
The Christian religion is munity has any obligation to
structured in the Bible to feed a dead beat or clothe a
provide for the needy. It is a crook.
mandate from God. But many The Bible teaches that if a
of the churches defaulted on man will not work, let him not
this responsibility. ', eat.
Years ago one church had
$160,000 per year in its budget The nation has nurtured and
for Missions around the world. pampered three generations
of people who live on the toil
and blood of others. The time
is overdue for every com-
munity to care for its own
needy. The local community
could spot the frauds .and
identify the dead beats in a
hurry. Washington can never.
Let the churches, city,
county and state governments
accept the mantle, root out
fraud, corruption and ineffi-
ciency in the poverty pro-
Again, the Bible tells us that
"he that careth not for his own
and especially those of his own
household has denied the faith
and is worse than an infidel."
We didn't do this. We are
paying the price. Is it too late?
So, as you watch the world
go by, you will probably see
Washington unwilling to sur-
render any of its authority in
social programs to the local
communities. What then? Is i .
possible that we will see the
richest nation in the world
sink in a sea of corruption in
is social programs?
Gulf County can be proud
This past weekend I was
privileged to go to Moultrie,
Ga. to watch Raffield's com-
pete in the ASA Industrial
League Nationals. What' a
together like a fine-tuned
instrument. Not only were
their skills as team mates
displayed with perfected
style, but as a competitor in
the nationals, under much
stress, we saw a team with
personality, control and pure
Y Youknow, asa general rule,
if a team is undefeated, people
will tend to support the
underdog. Not in this case. As
other teams were eliminated,
with little exception, they
would come by and voice
support for our men. It's not
often you find the fans, local
officials, other teams, even
the concession workers, pull-
ing behind one team: But
Raffield's Fisheries gave us
all the kind of tournament that
makes a spectator glad to sit
through broiling sun or pour-
ing rain without notice.
Our area is privileged now
to be the home of the ASA
Industrial League National
Champions. Our community
has reason to be proud. I
,certainly hope we all will show
them our support for their
hardwork and a job well done.
I know in mt they've found a
No. 1 fan.
Mary Linda Butts
Iment "Football Feverj" Infects Entire Panhandle Area
is an indication that things may change Charlie was proud of this distc- bear off the Howard Creek Road just which the Game Department does on a some oftheir habits; I
a little bit. tion brought upon his favorite college like I wasn't at all apprehensive about captured animal. and sniffed the airs
I was talking with Charlie Norton team but old habits are hard to break. the bear or what it could do. I admit, I was not without appre- aware of what was
the other day and Charlie was all elated He was still pessimistic. ;- The Game Commission people hension, even though the bear was them.
that this may be that "next year" the "I have mixed feelings about tha ", would not let any of us approach the sleeping peacefully and letting out a Since the agents
, soft snore every now and then. through the bear's lip
*i'''i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h thn I.*h-. was appehesiv aboni_- -. _.J^..-- ^
Gator fans have been waiting so long
I added to Charlie's fervor by
telling him I had learned that the
Associated Press had voted Florida as.
the winner of the Southeastern Confer-
ence this year and had selected the
Florida team to be one of the 10 most
exciting teams in the nation this season.
Charlie said. "If the Gators win the bear until he had been shot with the
conference this year, what will I do'for tranquilizer, because bears get nervous
something to look forward to the around people and when they are
following year?" nervous, the drug in the capture gun
I just don't know, Charlie, I just doesn't take as good an effect as it
don't know. would if the bear, was calm,
--y r- Iwaited onthe bear to be taken
I WAS SRAVE last Friday r- loose from the snare, dragged across a
ning. I walked up to that tranquilized ditch and laid out for the several tests
The thing I was apprehensive about
was the 30 hives of bees which were just
a short 30 feet away, going about their
business as if nothing was happening.
Their owner, Don Simmons assured
us all that the bees wouldn't bother us
and squirted a puff or two of smoke at
them for good insurance to back up his
I still didn't believe him. but I have
to admit I came away without a sting.
I didn't know whether or not the
bees knew they were supposed to
behave while we were all there.
While everyone was waiting for the
bear to wake up after his ordeal, one of
the rangers, Jack Polk was telling
stories about how two of his agents had
received serious bites from bears. A
manrwho sounded like he had hunted
bears most of his life was telling of
how they stood up
and were acutely
going on around
had put a staple
to mark him and
Le; t tha-.l,
UUu prnlsuo UUt nlaU UL w ute. em tuo
his age andhung him upside down in
the air to check his weight,,&-4An't
sure the bear was real sure who hai
done all this to him.
When the Game Commission peo-
ple started saying the bear should
awaken in about 10 to 15 minutes, I
decided the best thing for me to do was
to get back to the office.
I didn't want that bear to think I
had anything to do with the several
aches and pains he would have after he
woke up for good.
+. + +
WE NOW HAVE four dead on Gulf
County highways for the year. The toll
is rising dangerously high and we still
have nearly four full months to go in
this year, including two more holidays
which are notorious for their traffic
SManiCImPotreW PUld a P uot sL JIa Ftuids=ta J S
Wesley R. Ramsey ......... EdMArawd Publisher
William H. Ramsey PPinducion Supt.
Frenchle L Ramsey ............... Office Manager
Shitey IK. amsey ................... Typesetter
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AT PORT ST.JOE. FLOIDA
IThe polk od g.ln ci i n.ivno U h piitped wor thoughtfulty weighed. The spoken word
immly iUmtat,. uas i dr ord ... cmw isenet Tieo spoken word Is lost; the printed word remains.
High and low tides for St.
Joseph's Bay for the upcom-
ing week are shown in the tide
table printed in the right
column, 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
High Ht. Low Ht.
Thurs 712 1.8 1738 .4
Friday 807 1.7 1813 .4
Saturday 906 1.7 1845 .5
Sunday 1005 1.6 1914 .6
Monday 1111 1.5 1915 .8
Tuesday 25 1.0 435 .8
Wednesday 716 .7
Thursday 17 1.4 933 .6
Editorials and Opinions
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1981
Football Fever Starts In County Friday
PORT ST. JOE'S SHlkliKA Front row, left to right: Charles Wood, Seth Kerigan, Pat May, Kevin Nachtsheim, 'im Stutzman, Ernie Bryan, Mark Wester.
HoweH, Brad Boriven, Michael Walding, Chris Adkison, Ben Fowler, John MWer, Andy Wilkerson, Billy Merchant, Alair Slsk and John Collinsworth, manager.
Treace Parker, Robert 'taylor and Adrian Lewis. Second row, left to right: Pat Back row, left to right: Coaches Shaw Maddox and John HIcks, Keith Jones,
PSISharks Operi Seasois On Roa
P t St Joe's Sharks should remind fans of the Blountstown last Friday night with a broken collar Jim Costin (6-0
old familiar Sharks this year, as they start the
season tomorrow night in DeFuniak Springs with a
strong nucleus of 15 starting seniors.
That's the good news. The bad news is that
there are very few juniors and sophomores to back
them up. As a matter of fact, head coach Wayne
Taylor, says the team is fielding only 22 to 24
players on the varsity squad this year.
With the experience and a fair amount of
larger young men, the Sharks are expected to be
super tough on defense, as usual, and have a
strong ground game as their main attribute.
Heading up'thiat wealth of experience will be
Oi s6seveiral 'etuning seloi'r. Ashley Abrams; a
6-foot, 185-pound senior, was expected to play
linebacker, running back and sometimes quarter-
back. These plans have been changed, however, as
Abrams wound up the jamboree game in
bone and will be out for about six weeks.. Abrams,
an aggressive team leader, is an excellent college
prospect. Joining him in the backfield will be
quarterback Chris Adkison, who led the Sharks
last year from this same spot most of the season.
Adkison will be in the backfield with running
backs .Alan Sisk and Greg Cannon. Sisk is a
veteran and the 6-2, 220-pound Cannon is starting
regularly for his first year. Andy Wilkerson and
Ernie Bryan will see action at slotback.
Senior Kip Altsteatter will start at tight end
ahead of John Miller. Jake .Tankersley (6-0, 175)
and Jay Lynn (6-2, 235) will be the tackles. Seniors
Billy Merchant (5-9, 185) and Pat May (5-8, 165)
will be the guards and Tim Stutzman (5-9, 150) will
be the center. Also getting into the action on the
offensive line will be Mark Wester (5-8, 175) and
Sept. II, DeFunlak Springs ............. T
Sept. 18, Havana H
Sept. 25, Wewahitchka H
Oct. 2, Apalachicola H
Oct. 9, Marianna T
Oct. 16, Blountstown H
Oct. 23, Chipley T
Oct. 30 Open
'Nov. 6, Bonifay H
Nov. 13, Wakulla T
Nov. 20, Florida High T
On defense, I
the ends, Lynn
Cannon and Cost
will be Wilkersor
the defensive bac
Based on th
jamboree last we
a good year. The
that hope. "Our
injuries, who gets
course Abrams b
help us one little 1
long as we cai
injuries", the he
Ashley Abrams, Kip Altsteatter, Jim Costin, Greg Cannon, Jay Lynn, Jake -
Tankersley, Lee McMillian and coaches Wayne Stevens and Wayne Taylor. : A,
-Star photo ..
d At DeFimia
205). in the past and usually give a good account of
Altstaetter and Merchant will be themselves. .
and Tankersley the tackles, Friday night's game in DeFuniak Springswill -
in the backups. The linebackers begin at 8:30 P.M., Port St. Joe time, since
n, May, Miller and Stutzman. In DeFuniak Springs is in the central time zone.
ckfield, Adkison, Sisk and Bryan
The Sharks play in a pretty tough league, evqn
Sisk will do the kicking. though they have dropped some of the bigger
ie Sharks performance in the teams they have played in the past due to play-off
ek, Taylor said he was expecting requirements.
Injury to Abrams may damage TICKETS
Entire season will depend on Tickets to the home games this year will be
s injured and the'other teams. Of $2.75 at the gate and $1.50 for students.
broken collar bone isn't going tp Reserved tickets are available, at the school,
bit, but we should still be tough as which offers the holders a reserved seaL and
n stay away from any more parking place, so they can arrive at the game
ad mentor pointed out. when they wish. .
Shave played their Friday The tickets may be reserved or purchased at
niak Springs on many occasions the office of the Port St. Joe High School.
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WEWAHITCHKA'S FIGHTING GATORS Front row, left to right: Daren
Scott, Shannon Ward, Chris Thomas, Jimmy Robbins, Kevin Bostick, Vernon
Bryant, Jeff Lanler and Tony Giffin. Second row, left to right: Bobby McDonald,
Bud Bozeman, Vincent Jones, Luther Hand, Jerry Gray, Jason Whitfield and Keith
Pridgeon. Back row, left to right: CoachlBuster Owens, Harold Williams. Andy
Bostick, David Jefferson, Dell Jackson, Eddie Martin, Tim Price, Stevie Stripling
and Scotty Gortman. -Star photo
Gators Begin Schedule; Small but Experienced
Wewahitchka's "Gators" expect to have a
better season this year than they did last year,
according to head coach Buster Owens. They open
their season in quest of this better season Friday-
night against Apalachicola in the oyster city.'
The Gators are coming off a so-so season last
S year, brought about by several key injuries which
softened the Gators punch. Coach Owens says the
same thing could happen this year, too, as the
Gators are thin.
The Gators started out their season last year
with four wins out of five games before the
Injuries. Owens said, "By the fifth game, we had
only 13 kids on varsity. The way I see to avoid that
this year is to get the kids in better shape and I
think they are."
Owens says he is going into the season with
key men in several key positions, particularly the
The Gators will have their quick quarterback,
Tim Price, back again and hard running Harold
Williams at fullback. Andrew Gainnie is the other
veteran at halfback, who is expected to give the
:Gators a strong. punch on offense. Also returning
on offense are Tony Griffin at tight end, Dell
Jackson at tackle and Scotty Gortman at guard..
The defense is well spotted with veterans 'also,
as Owens' squad has Jerry Gray and Eddie Martin
at ends, tackles Vernon Bryant and Keith Bridges
and defensive backs Chris Thomas and Steve
The Gators first foe, the Apalachicola
Sept. 11, Apalachicola T
Sept. 18, Cottondale .. T
Sept. 25, Port St. Joe T
Oct. 2, Snead& H
Oct. 9, Blountstown H
Oct. 16, Century T
Oct. 23, Panama City Christian ............ H
Oct. 30, Baker H
Nov. 6, Freeport H
Nov. 13, Ernest Ward, T
"Sharks" are without the services of Panhandle
football fixture, Bill Wagoner. The Sharks, with a
new coach and a disappointing showing in the fall
jamboree in Blountstown last Friday, will be a
mystery to the Gators until they take the field. The
Gators picked up the Sharks on their schedule last
year after new requirements set down by the
Florida High School Athletic Association made the
game a must for play-off purposes. The Gators
defeated the Sharks last year.
The Gators' schedule this year is made up of
class foes with the exception of Port St. Joe,'
Blountstown and Panama City Christian.
The Gators have not been tried as yet this
year. They didn't enter one of the fall jamborees
last week. Coach Owens said he won't be entering
them in the future either. "It's just another ,
opportunity to get some of our boys hurt even
before we begin playing the games which count".
With the exception of the returning veterans,
Owens says, "We are small and untried. As usual
we will have very little depth and a key injury will
The Gators will have an even split on their
home games and travel games this year, with five
at home and five on the road. Starting the season
with three road trips, the Gators wind down the
season with three at home before their final game
on the road at Earnest Ward.
All the Gators' home games will start at 8:00
p.m., Central Time, Admission to all home games
will be $2.50 for adults and $1.50 for students.
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THLURSD \. sEPI'. 10, 1981
Commission Asked to Proceed With System
'White City wants the County
Commission to proceed with
securing the necessary funds
.6 put in a central water
system in that community, a
group of citizens told the
SCommission Tuesday mor-
" The County had agreed at
(heir last meeting to proceed
With making r application' for
the St. Joe Be :h system and
hold the Whit City system in
..beyance unt a more accur-
Xate poll could be taken of
, whether or not White City
'ynted the system.
' Tuesday, the group, with
Roy Harper and Bill Harcus
cting as spokesmen, told the
Cunmission the vote in White
White City Residents Ask Board to Proceed With Loan Request
ty had been in favor of the The Commission was mak- the system and adequate requirement is made by Far- tractor to pull the' trailers November 16 before a final
stem and only rumors con- ing plans to get out a letter to operation supervision. mers' Home Administration, from the garbage collection. budget could be approved and
rning certain matters had all residents in White City The County is making plans who will be making the loan sites to the central land fill at least another month before
used some citizens to ques- laying to rest certain rumors to establish one crew to for the construction. They areas. the county could begin receiv-
n the project. concerning the system ,nd operate both the Beaches and made the same requirement With the acceptance of ing tax revenues.
Two meetings have been then hold another meeting to White City systems on a in Oak Grove. but gave these bids, the county should As a result of Gates state-
Id in White City already, feel the public pulse. continuing basis. residents up to a year to tie begin closing down four of ment, the Board agreed to
th a vote of 72-37 in favor of After Harper and Harcus The letter alsolays to rest a into the central system. their present land fill opera- adopt the present budget
e system. "It was oui made their pitch Tuesday, the r let a th o r i a On the motion of Doug tions at the insistence of the limits until a new financial
pression after the last Board decided to abandon rumor tat there will foth Birmingham and second by State of Florida. The trailers plan could be approved.
eating in White City that you plans for another meeting, but service. The Beaches seem Jimmy Gortman, the Com- will be parked at the closed The County adopted this
re going ahead and apply still mail out the letters headed for the front foot mission unanimously agreed sites to receive the solid waste same tactic last year and it
the loan", Harper said. explaining some of the re- assessment on an elective to go ahead with making a which will be buried on two was early in the present year
Both Harper and Harcus quirements which would be basis to reduce their monthly pre-application for the funds approved sites in the county. before tax dollars started to
hinted out that the vote had made of the citizens. to build the system. Tommy Pitts, director of the flow into the county coffers.
en in favor of the system. In essence, the letter ex- payments. to build the systemland fill program said the new
rcus said, "The vote was an plained that the average $20.00 The letter also stipulates PURCHASE BINS system should be in operation OTHER BUSINESS
equate majority in favor at monthly charge would include that everyone in the commun- The County accepted the within 60 days. In other business, the Com-
last meeting. We feel it an entire package of bond ity must tie into the system high bid for five garbage BUDGET
uld be a waste of time to payments, water treatment and may not use well systems collection trailers Tuesday, Clerk Jerry Gates notified |
ve another hearing", and service, maintenance of in the central piping. This stating that the bid accepted the Board that the propertv I U I I AI
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furnished the best equipment
for the job. The successful
bidders, Swacar of Valdosta,
Ga., bid $24,978 for the five
trailer-type bins. They also
bid $1i7,000 on a cheaper type
bin:as did another firm from
north Georgia,,but both' these
bids were turned down,. with
the, B6ard deciding the eqiuip-.
ment was not adequate for the
job they planned to do.
The Commission also ac-
cepted a bid from Kaufman
International of Dothan, Ala..
.' of $15,844.40 to furnish a diesel
rolls have now been turned
over to the county and the
Board needs to get down to the
business of making up a
budget for the coming tax
"As it is, we are going to be
late with the tax 'bills and
receipt of money this year. We
.deed to go ahead and adopt'a
temporary budget to tide us
over until we can get a new
one in motion". Gates est-
imated that even with every-
thing moving along without
delays it would be at least
-Was notified that the
appointment of Dr. Eli Viz-
cara as operator of the County
Health Department clinic
days was only: a* temporary
measure until a health doctor
could be located ....
-Adopted a resolution op-.
posing an expansion of the
Medicaid funding program.
-Were notified that a con-
struction permit had been
re-instated for 'the Beach
Cable Company installation
after they agreed to abide by
the regulations involved in -
burying their cable.
School Nears Completion
A new elementary school for Wewahitchka is nearing
completion, which is shown above from the front. The neaw
classroom facilities are scheduled'to be completed by the end
of the year, with the school planning to move in during the
Christmas holidays. -Star photo
Tax Collector Makes Last Report
MEET THE NEW YOU
THAT BREATHES LKE Y
Gulf County Tax Collector, collected during the past year.
:Eda Ruth "Taylor, filed her Taylor's report showed she
final report for the 1980 tax had collected $1,100,767.41 for
fr with the County Commis- the Gulf County School Board;
!sion Tuesday morning, listing $758,237.05 for the county
IL$2,685,8.8500.in taxes general fund; $192,193:03 for
Charged With' Assault
-'*' Charges of aggravated as-
sault with intent to commit
Scrape were made against Clar-
ance Wayne Hand, age 20, of
i Wewahitchka in an, incident
I that happened Sunday after-
-.- noon, September 6th, in the
F Williamsburg subdivision in
burg Road with a friend when
she was confronted by Hand,
who attempted to force her
into a nearby bean field. The
victim and her friend fought
the defendant and managed to
Hand was arrested later by
Chief Glass of'the Wewa-
hitchka Police Department.
.; The victim.reports that she Hand is being held in the Gulf
'.,was walking along Williams- County jail on $1000 bond.
M .ites Held Sunday from Honeyyille
SChurch for Karen Knee Ake
C-aren Knee Ake, 23, of East Point and her grand-
SWbwahitchka, died suddenly mother, Winnie Ross of Don-
,..:' 'Friday afternoon in Port St. alsonville, Georgia.
nn s;Je. Funeral services were held
'Mrs Ake was a lifelong Sunday at 2:00 p.m., from the
ident f Wewaahitchka and Honeyville Methodist Church.
attended Wewahitchka High conducted by the Rev. Fred
School. She was a graduate of Melvin and the Rev. Norman
r.' Waynesville, Missouri Voca- Hodges. Interment followed in
S tional Technical School, with a the family plot in Jehu Ceme-
Sdegree in nursing. She worked tery.
with home health care ser- All services were under the
'vice She was an accomplish- direction of the Comforter
'ed equestrienne. While a stu- Funeral Home, Wewahitchka
dent at Wewahitchka High Branch Chapel.
School, she was a majorette, a
drum majorette and played in Brother of
the Wewahitchka High School
Sand. Winston Wells
Survivors include her hus-
band, Dennis Ake; a son, Scott
Ake; one daughter, Kyra
Taken by Death
Fine and Forfeiture; $59,-
081.56 for I&S fund; $32,032:17
for, the Gulf County 'Health'
Department; $6,665.62 for SL
Joseph Fire Control District;
$924.88 for Tupelo Fire Control
.District; 1.. 9.. f,.o Over-
Sstreet Fire Control District;
$1,480.52 for Howard Creek
Fire Control District; $340,-
493.65 for the City of Port St.
Joe; $26,021.01 for the City of
Wewahitchka and $7,144.60 for
the Northwest Florida Water
Taylor had been charged
with collecting $2,685,885.00 at
the beginning of the tax yer,
with discounts, errors dnd
uncollected taxes due to court
orders and' bankruptcies a-'
ing up the difference in the two
Pitts Will Address
Meeting of A.A.R.P.
On September 14, the Port buted to all mem
St. Joe Chapter' of the who were privile
A.A.R.P. will have a covered their desire to tal
dish luncheon meeting, sched- October.
uled for 12:30 E.S.T:,in the Delicious re
First Methodist Church, on
Monument Ave. and Highway were served du
98. Tommy Thomas is sched- meeting by hos
uled to address the audience, Wexler, Zelda
and. it is expected a large Ruth Scott. Host
turnout will be on hand. September mee
Members are urged. to attend Rena Huie, Elsie
this luncheon meeting, and Ramsey, and Be
bring visitors to hear this During the Aut
outstanding speaker. Mrs. Gerald Mai
During the August 10 meet- well-known folk
ing of the A.A.R.P. Chapter, singer, enterta
an itinerary of the proposed delightful and i
Color Tour of the North program. Mrs.
Carolina Highlands was distri- sister of Mrs. N
ged to advise
ke this tou, in
ng the August
esses for the
ting will be
rtin, who s a
ined wit4 a
Martin j a
Did You Know
That Badcock Home
Furnishings Is A
Denise Ake; her parents, Mr. James E. (Jim) Wells, 46, of c Ompie e
and Mrs. Billy Knee and a 1501 W. Jefferson, Dade City,
brother, Robert Eugene Knee died at his home on Friday,
all of Wewahitchka. Also one August 28.
sister, Janet Kay Odom of Mr. Wells was a native of
irfi'i, "' nwas a graduate of Auburn Cr e
Father of W.C. university, in' Auburn, Ala.,
with a degree in Mechanical S tore
Robinson Dies Engineering; he also was a
,, licensed General Contractor
C. W. Robinson, Pensacola, for the State of Florida. Mr.
passed away Sept. 3 after a Wells was Vice President of *: .'
;A. lengthy illness. Engineering with Lykes Pasco "- """.
i Survivors in the Gulf County Packing Company of Dade
area include: his son, W. C. City and had been employed
Robinson, Wewahitchka; there for 19 years.
daughters, Nell F. Neel of He is survived by his wife,
Port St. Joe and Joyce Dykes, Sylvi-; two sons, Charles and Free EstJmates
S Wewahitchka; grandchildren, David and one stepson, Ricky
Imogene Miles, Sharon Car- Schumann, all of Dade City;
ter, Angela, Greg and Royce his mother, Sarah Wells, of
Dykes, all of Wewahitchka, Montgomery, Alabama; two p
Carolyn McNeil, Kim Robin- brothers, Max Wells of Destin,
li son, Keith and Sammy Neel, and Winston Wells, of Port St.
all of Port St. Joe; and six Joe.
great grandchildren. Graveside services, con-
Services were held Sept. 5 at ducted by the Rev. E.C. "C. g T., 4a '"
i. Faith Chapel with interment Tyner, were held at the Chapel
at Pensacola Memorial Gar- Hill Gardens in Dade City at 4 414 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe Phone 229-6195
dens. p.m. Monday, August 31.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... .. ...... ..... .. 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE ......'. 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ............. 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) ...... .. 7:30 P.M.
Nursery Provided BRO. JERRY REGISTER
234 Reid Ave.
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SChurch Is Se ne Keen- A grs THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 10. 1981 PAGE FIVE
Ct hurchls Scene e ....
Start Fa Jacquelne Fennell and Donald
-Allen Weddig Season c
Mrs. Mark Tomlinson;ren- bee nii w Nickson United In Ceremony
deed a soft prelude of pre- first meeting, a to be held I
Mss Laurie Yent Smith and
Michael Dean 'Allen were
united in marriage on the
second day of September, at
five o'clock in the evening at
the First United Methodist
Church of Port St. Joe. The
Reverend Jimmie Spikes per-
formed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blan-
chard Smith of Port St. Joe.
The maternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Andrew Brown; the paternal
grandparents are the late Mr.
and Mrs. Blanchard ILH Smith
of Port St. Joe.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick H. Allen of
Port St. Joe. His maternal
grandparents are Mrs. Roy
Tharpe and the late Mr. Roy
Tharpe of. Port St. Joe. His
paternal, grandparents are
Mrs. The'Allen and' the late'
Mr. Adian Allen of Ceburne,
to Aid (S re
'thIs Fall several cities' in of 73 Cystic Fibrosis
6ur7areawill conduct Bike-A- tion Chapters in the c
Thons to raise funds for the The Foundation's miss
fight against cystic fibrosis, or find the means for the.
CF, the numniber one genetic tion, control and ef
killer of children and young treatment of cystic fil
adults in -the United States. In addition to ,pr4
Selected as chairmen for annual research gre
this year's event arei Mr. study the causes of t
La=maFaison foPEbrt"St. Joe sently incurable' disea
-idh Rever'end 'awrence C x Foundation, alko .supF
for ak' Grove.- network of' six:CF.Ge
,Th 'T CF -:Bike-A-Thon. is a the state of F i ida.'it
coniunity event which al- Centers specialize in di
low -pajrticipants to-'raise and medical care for
nh edd funds' and enjoy i day more than 900 1tients,
of' liierfdig '-- ""' "" as"services for CF'fa
A present, cystic' fibrosis Volunteers arbeidg'
affects one in every' i00 to help with the'Bike-1
births. Approximately half. of For further information
to.iseborn.with'CF do not live find out how ayo iaiih
The Florida Chapter is one 1-800-282-8122, toll free
nuptial music, and the tradi-
tional wedding chorus from
Lohengrin (Wagner) was
played as processional and
"Wedding March" as. reces-
The bride, given in mar-
riage by her father, wore a
street length dress. She car-
ried a bridal bouquet of snow
song roses. For sentiment she
wore a six-pence in her shoe,
which had been worn by.her
sister at her wedding.
Maid of Honor was the
bride's niece, Miss Jennie
Dickson of Nashville, Georgia.
The bridegroom chose his
father, Frederick. H. Allen, as
his best man.,
After the wedding ceremony
a wedding party was hosted by
the bride's -parents at the
home of her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Andrew
Serving punch was Laurie's
childhood and life-long friend,
Miss Anne Quarles. Assisting
the" parents at'th'i reception
SMrs-'b Craig Harmon, rrs.
Founda- Mr. and: Mrs. Vince E. '
country. Taylor, Sr. are happy to
ion is to announce the birth of a son,
preve,- Michael, James Taylor, on
festivee Sept.l. He weighed 9 lbs., 5
brosis. oz. He was born at Gulf Coast
oviding Hospital, Panama City. .
ants to He was welcomed home by
he pre- his. brother, Vince, Jr.. -
ise, the H4 is the grandson of Mr.
iorts, a and/'Mrs: Hubirt.Milli*r and
iters in. M a' and Mis. ,Jaines'Graves.
ne e CF. .' ;^ :...-
Wagnosis CARwishtoiANKS op-
S o we wish to take .t f OP- "
,,mlles portmityto :uhnk everyotie
souh forhtheir cards, vislt nd
Sor so e rL thanks t o"Dr. Sirley
S Mr.gandMrSs. T. S.,-.,
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Sunday through Wednesday;
September 13-16: .. .. i:--
Long Avenue Baptist
DR. JAMES PONDER, Evangelist
BARRY DANIELS, Music Evangelist
Services Sunday, -11:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M.
SMonday thru Wednesday- 7:00 P.M.
... Youth Night
S*Tuesday Family Night
Wednesday... Loyalty Nght
Great Bible Preaching- Great Music
Nursery Facilities Provided at all Services
Jacqueline Fennell and
Donald Nickson were united in
marriage on Saturday, August
15, in a late evening ceremony
rat First Born Holiness Church
i Elder E. D. Dixon officiated
.ithe double ring ceremony.
.. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Fennell of
Port St. Joe.
The groom is the son of Mrs.
Mertis Dawson of Pensacola,
and the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Orin Nickson of Port St.
Nuptial music was pre-
sented by Mrs. Dorothy Beard
and soloist was Mrs. Gloria
The bride was given in
marriage by her mother and
father and was escorted to the
altar by her father.
She wore a white bridal
gown of sheer organza with
lace applique accents, Queen
Anne neckline with beaded
Thursday, September 17, 2:00
at the Beach Baptist Chapel
Social Room, on Columbus
and Alabama Streets, St. Joe
"This is a non-denomina-
tional group organized for
senior citizens in the beaches
area beginning age 50.
.Mrs. Ada Lundy will provide
instruction for the hobby
crafts of painting on shells,
wood and cloth.
All interested men and
women are urged to attend
and 'get acquainted with' the
activities of this group.
Chris, Vicky and Katrina
Lanza announce the birth of a
girl, 'Lisa Christine Lanza, on
August 26, weighing 8 lbs. 12
oz., at Huntsville Hospital,
Huntmville, Ala. I
Hiubid -nd Trina. ciardf.'of
Port St. Joe, and Sam and
Peggy Lanza of Hunstville,
Ala., 'gave 'her a great' big
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nickson
Reunion Oct. 10
The.annual Frink School
Reunion .will be held on
Saturday, October 10, in the
Wayside Park, located on
Highiway, 20 at Chipola River
Bridge. Plan to attend and
enjoy the good fellowship,
reminiscing. and a delicious
covered dish meal at noon.
Paimala Rene Weeks
Pamala Rene Weeks, the
duhter of Andy and Mareda
WIeeks, will be two years old
on September 13.
iA party for her family and
friends'will be held at the
CARD OF THANKS
To all my friends, thanks for
yoer prayers, phone calls, and
flowers during my father's
illness and our time of be-
reavement. A special thanks
t" 'Brother Heaton and mem-
bers of First Baptist Church,
thi Norwoods, Wallaces, Tom-
lirisons, and all my sisters and
brothers in the Eastern Star.
YoV r support made it easier
ofo, us' to get through this
difficult time. God bless you.
Nell F. Neel
"Half a truth is a whole lie."
,.' Yiddish Proverb
Theedore Christopher Taylor
Theodore Christopher Tay-
lor, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Taylor, celebrated
his fourth birthday on August
He was honored with a
party, attended with his
friends and relatives.
trim, and bishop sleeves. A
chapel length train was
formed from the bodice and
hemline. She carried a bou- .
quet of silk flowers composed
of white violets, mini carna- ,
tions and yellow roses ac-
cented by satin ribbons.
Pinkey Bolden was maid of
honor. Bridesmaid was Gloria ": '
Best, sister of the bride.
Serving the bridegroom as
best man was Nicolas Ward.
Usher-groomsmen wee ''
Steven Fennell, brother of the
bride; Charles Dawson, .
brother of the bridegroom, T ,
Pensacola; and Harold
Weatherspoon, cousin of the ','
bridegroom; ring bearer wap
Aaron Nickson,' son of t he.- '
bridegroom; and page was
Gerald Rhodes, Alexandia,
Va., cousin of the bride.
Flower girls were Lavetta
Best and Sherry Fennell.
Mrs. Minnie Likely directed
the wedding. :
Following the ceremony, ,the
bride's parents hosted a. ies J .
ception in the church ann' .-
with Mrs. Cojean Burns ahd'. '
Mrs. Carolyn Dixon serving-as;. -
hostesses. 'Also assisting '41
serving were Miss Vicki Sap
Miss Pam Whitley, Ms. AM '[
Nickson, the bridegroom's
aunt; Mrs. Ida Bryant pd4 '
Miss Barbara Gainer, coi -5
of the bridegroom. ,
Prenuptial parties inclu .
a miscellaneous shower host-
ed by Miss Pinkey Bolden- on
August 8th in the dining hall of ,''.
First Born Holiness Church.., '
is a concept offering
many advantages to
those wishing to relieve
their families of added
burden during a sorrow-
ful time. Call for
GILMORE FUNERAL HOME
JOHN V. GILMORE JOE ST. CLAIR
Licensed Funeral Directors
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954 / $12.95
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Complimentary 8 x 10
(of I'fartittl and C hild with thle i
purchase% of our S12.95 Portrait
T hli coupo,,,n Ut he 4 press united t(? ,.
Limit one special per familY offer.
Valid tlese Datc% o nlv.
Bill's Dollar Store i
Port St. Joe, Florida
Thurs., Fri., Sept. 24-25
10:00A.M. to :30 P.M. I
20 PROFESSIONAL PORTRAITS
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Mrs. Michael Dean Allen'
Walter F. Johnson, Mrs. W. S.
, Qarles, Jr., Mrs. James B.
Roberts, and. Mrs. Noble
Out of town guests were:
Mrs. True Allen and Mrs.
Susan Hallock of Cleburne,
Texas; Mrs. William J. Mills
and Christopher Mills of
Blakely, Georgia; and Mr.
and Mrs. Walter'James Dick-
sonr and Je:i:.e D'c]Ir"n of
Na'slihle, Gebrgia': ..
V' '.,. ,
S Mr.andMr. Wayne Gay of
..Dothan fmly of Port St
; Joeelebriat'di thei 25th
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-was gien*at hei" home.
Several fid 'and family
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SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 10:OOA.M
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00 A.h
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday 7:00-7:45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
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', PAGE SIX THE STAR. Port
St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1981
Thieves Take Guns, Other
Loot from Western Auto
. Employees of Western Auto
came to work last Thursday
morning, only to find that
someone had been there be-
fore them. Thieves had broken
into the store sometime during
the night and taken a large
quantity of guns and other
According to Sheriff Ken
' Thieves broke out this window, frame and all, to gain
'. -Dintry to Western Auto. -Star photos
Murphy and Police Chief Roy
Robinson, entry was made to
the building through a small
window in the restroom area
of the store, after an unsuc-
cessful attempt to force open
the rear door.
Owner, Dave May told The
Star that whoever broke in,
had work to do, since he had
the window baricaded from
the inside and the rest room
door braced shut to ward off
such a possible entry into the
May also said he is missing
six pistols, six rifles and
shotguns and several cameras
Sheriff Murphy and Chief
Robinson say four of the stolen
weapons have already been
recovered. Murphy said that
chief investigator Phil Mc-
Leod of his department has
recovered the weapons from
various people during the past
Some arrests have-also been
made in the burglary. Arrest-
ed in the incident, thus far,
have been Michael Dunn, age
25 and Wellington Farmer,
age 28, both of Port St. Joe.
The two have been charged.
with possession of stolen pro-
Some weapons were also
obtained from two additional
persons who have not been
charged due to the fact that
they purchased the guns and
had no knowledge they had
Wellington Farmer has been
released on bond. Michael
Dunn is still being held on a
$1,000 bond in the Gulf County
Sheriff Murphy and Chief
Robinson stated they expect
more arrests in the burglary
in the near future. There ire
still eight additional weapons.
cameras and watches mis-
Port Authority Wll Meet
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dock his MVP trophy.
Parrish said the team fin-
ished second in the regioirals
behind Hurlbut Field. This is
the first time Raffield has
failed to win the regionalfin
eight years. i.
Winning the national chain-
pionship will send the team
back to the national next ydar,
no matter what happens in
next year's season.
Parrish said that in addition
to the tight defense, the team
hit over .500 as a team in .the
Getting a slightly late start
on the season this year, he
team played -its first tou-
ment after one day of p c-
tice, at Tyndall Air F e
Base. They finished second 'to
Whymons of Panama City d
just kept on going from th e.
Parrish pointed out tiat
some of the players havi
on the team for eight
including the eight trips
national tournament. Th
erans include Kenny Hai
Mike White, Brian B
Danny Miller and Jerry
kin. Another veteran,
Wood, missed the tourn
this year, as he ha
softball days ended v
serious automobile acci
Parrish said that he f
the national touriamen
year will be held i
"Wherever it is, we will
together and be there
The Port St. Joe
Authority agreed last F
evening to set up a meet
approve of its engine
staff and agreed to ta:
18-month option on 25 ac
land from St. Joe 1
The selection of engine
do design work. feasi
studies, planning, secur
The retired teachers will
meet Monday afternoon at
3:00 p.m., at the home of Lila
Brouilette at St. Joe Beach.
Shoaf Named to
Governor Bob Graham an-
nounced the appointment of
Charles C. Shoaf, of Port St.
Joe, to the Port St. Joe Port
Authority last week.
Shoaf, 63, is manager of
M.K. Ranches. His term ex-
pires July 20, 1985.
i6 an important
Port mits, etc., will be done on time.
Friday"' Thursday, September 17. The Port AM
ting to engineering will be done by a George Ta
ering consortium of three firms with 'Authority
ke an the Wayne Colony Company of during th
*res of Tallahassee as the lead firm. they draw
Paper, In order to hire engineers, it, construct
takes money. The Port Au- port here
eers to thority took care of this need Tapper
ability also last Friday, when they give thou
e per- approved and signed an agree- the umbr
ment with St. Joe Paper county as
Company, to furnish the Port "At prese
Authority a loan of up to for grants
$250,000 at an interest rate of float tax
10'2 percent. The Authority because
ratified the loan agreement, power" '
which would allow them to Hepointe
e been draw on the money as needed. the powei
years. The Port Authority gave a even thoi
to the $1.00 option on 25 acres of land used, give
he vet- on St. Joseph Bay. west of tion the a
ddock, Highway 98, just south of the didn't ha'
axley, Highland View bridge and 70 Tapper
y Gas- acres on the east side of the like to co
iament The option on the west side
,d his of the highway will be exercis-
ident ed first if the Authority cannot
fires accept both parcels at one mm
public informed about 'the
activities of the authority in its
port building project. Thirdly,
Tapper said he would like to
secure an act of the legislature
to bring the port authority into
competition with other ports
in their relationships to local
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. Gillie McNair would
like to announce that Mr.
Arthur Shackleford, Sr. was
the lucky person and to
express her appreciation to
those of you supporting her
group for Women's Day.
Money-saving tip. Save
syrup from canned fruits
(store in freezer). When you
have enough, thicken with
cornstarch and use as top-
ping for pancakes, waffles.
Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ............ . .. .
MORNING WORSHIIP ... .......... .. .
EVENING WORSHIP,.,. ..............
METHODIST YOUTH-FELLOWSHIP ..........
CHOIR REHEARSAh (Wednesday)............
Q, aity Printing
We've been servn g this fine commmn-
ity and the surr ending area for over
a quarter of a century. We have many
fine. customers anl we, believe one of
the reasons for this is the emphasis
we pace on quality. It's a big thing
is my department
Gulf County Sheriff's Deputies Jack
avilla, rear, and Phil McLeod, dust a gun
case in Western Auto for fingerprints.
starts the ball rolling
Here's where Ideas are turned into
blueprints. Your graphic communi-
cations needs will be put into a visual
form by our art department. These
experts in creativity will add the
touches which insure that your print-
ing will be unique and a good repre-.
sentative of you and your business.
After the art has been created, it is
turned into film negatives In our
camera department. The finest equip-
ment and many years of experience'
guarantee that every nuance of the
artist's skill Is captured.
Anyone having relatives buried or own
:property in Holly Hill Cemetery in
Port St. Joe
Daniels Memorial Service
of Cottondale, Florida
Will be In Holly Hill Cemetery
Sunday, September 13
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Between the Hours of 1:00 and 5:00 P.M.
ist families in the selection of Pre-Need
hoping e Concrete Work
abs Granite Chips
pair and Cleaning of Existing
material and Workmanship Guaranteed
ia White Marble and
y Blue Granite &
P.O. Box 503
all the wpay
People who think that printing Is the
simple act of. putting ink on paper
should visit oij- press department.
These precision, machines represent
many, many thousands of dollars of
investment andirequire years of train-
ing and experience to properly ope-
rate. It is at this point that the efforts
of many professionals comes together
into a recognizable form, and the
extra attention fo quality control pays
The proof is in the
After passing through the press de-
partment, the job proceeds to the
bindrey department. Here it is folded,
stitched, trimmed, and any other final
requirements are added. It is at this
point that it receives a final Inspec-
tion. Quality Is very Important with
us. It represents one of our most
treasured assets. .our reputation.
When the job has been completed to
the satisfaction of both ourselves and
our customer, it is packed and made
ready for Immediate delivery. All
plates and negatives are filed away in
case a re-run Is required. (This can
represent a sizable savings to our
We are proud of our facilities and the
services we have to offer. If you have
any questions or need additional In-
formation, please call us.
306 Williams Ave.
apper suggested the:
y take three steps
e months ahead as
' nearer to beginning
ion of a deep water
in Port St. Joe.
said he would like to
ght to coming under
ella of the city or the
other ports operate.
ent, we're not eligible
s, nor are we able to
x supported bonds,
we have no taxing
Tapper pointed out.
d out that just having
r to do these things,
ugh they are never
es such an organiza-
bility to maneuver it
said he would also
continue to keep the
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Black Bears Appetite for
Honey Ends In Deep Sieep.
One Florida black bear has The bear had been visiting the matter in an attempt to hives and had torn up two of shredded it in the vicinity of
had his appetite for honey Simmons' hives off the How- break up the bear's regular the boxes, taking what he his snared foot. After about 10
ptunted by his experience with ard Creek Road for three or feasts at the expense of wanted to eat and then going minutes, the tranquilizer had
the bee hives of Don Simmons four days, when Simmons Simmons' bees. off back into the swamp to the bear in dreamland and the
of Howard Creek last Friday called the Game and Fresh Simmons said the bear i-ad take it easy and digest his officers released him in order
morning. Water Fish Commission in on become a regular visitor to the dinner of sweets. to tag him, check his age, take
Bob Funderburk of the blood samples and set the bear
Game Warden Bob Funderburk gingerly
checks to make sure "Poppa Bear" Is sound
ameeii' fpar menI Elen setd c up
a snare trap for the bear and
caught him sometime during
the night last Thursday. Fri-
day morning, when Simmons
arrived to work his bees, there
the bear was, with his leg in
the snare, tearing up the
ground and letting his disap-
proval of his situation be
Funderburk and Jack Polk,
also with the Game Commis-
sion, were called and the two
officers put a shot of tranquil-
izer into the bear to quiet him
down so he could be removed
from the snare. The snare was
- made up of a quarter inch
steel cable and the bear had
The bear, which weighed in
at 249 pounds, was turned
loose and when he came from
under the influence of the
tranquilizer, he ambled off
irto the woods again.
Funderburk said the bear
would not be back there.
'.After they are caught and the
t sts made, he won't come
back to the same spot again,
apparently remembering the
problems he had on his last
visit". Funderburk said this is
the way the Game Depart-
ment handles the bears now.
They are not usually shot
unless they continue to make a
nuisance of themselves.
asleep before he starts to check him out after
being shot with a capture gun. -Star photo
IEnds of Jamboree
Start Regular Season Friday
Portjt. Jpe.'s Sharks won
.1 their quarters of play at the
:jamboree in Blountstown last
-Friday night, but lost the
services of their' spark-plug
.for at least six .weeks, when
:Ashley Abrams came up with
:a broken collarb6ne-in the last
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Ask mme m'wWs remeded Ia Idtem.
rw m.demid a baltsam or hinsald
hame 6ry ftd es k the pnt yew.
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ma, Mt ta mudslm iim t w adM Id
its vae and lNtr o e b tls cm8e
Fw r.mduiag tmen. CmUn a hit-
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St. Joseph Bay
play of the g.me. :,;,
Abrams received the injury
in a hard-running play from
the 10 yard line in which he
scored the Sharks' game
The Sharks bumped the
Blountstown Tigers 6-3 in
overtime and demolished Apa-
lachicola 22-0 in a quarter of
The Shark defense held the
oystermen to minus yards in
the opening period of the
pre-season game. After kick-
ing off to Apalachicola, the
Sharks took over after four
downs on the Apalachicola 34
yard line. Abrams took the
hand-off on their first play
from scrimmage and raced
across the goal line for the
Sharks' first score.
The Shark's stout defense
put their points on the board
by tackling the Apalach quar-
terback in the end zone for a
Port. St. Joe then received
the kick and drove the length
of the field, scoring again on a
14 yard run by Chris Adkison.
Alan Sisk kicked the .extra
point, giving the Sharks their
The Sharks then met their
arch-rival, Blountstown in the
third period and fought the
Tigers to a scoreless tie in
Going into overtime, the
Tigers put the first points on
the board when the Tigers'
Willie Brown booted a 19-yard
fie.d goai. .., ,...
When it came the Sharks'
time with the ball for the 10
yard try at a score, quarter-
back Chris Adkison could get
nowhere on a keeper on the
first play. Then came the
fateful play when Abrams
bulled through the defense on
his 10-yard scoring run which
resulted in his injury.
The Sharks continued to
hold the Tigers and came
home with the 6-3 win.
In the other two periods of
the jamboree, Bristol handed
Apalachicola a 21-0 defeat in
the second period and Blounts-
town edged out Bristol, 6-0 in
the last quarter.
by Roy Lee Carter
There will be a Beefcattle
Short Course at Linton's Res-
taurant, Wewahitchka, on
September 17 at 7:00 p.m.,
Topics to be discussed are:
virus diseases in cattle by Dr.
Robert F. Kahrs, Chairman,
Department of Preventive
Medicine, University of Flori-
da; internal and external
parasites control in cattle by
Dr. Michael Cain, Livestock
Research Educational Center,
Quincy, Fla.; and cost of
winter grazing by Mr. Tim D.
Hewitt, Extension Resource
Development Specialist, Agri-
cultural Research Educa-
tional Center, Marianna.
Please make plans to attend
and take advantage of this
valuable Beefcattle produc-
tion information. If you have
any questions concerning this
short course, please contact
the Gulf County Extension
Service or Extension Agent
Roy Lee Carter.
The Concern Christian
Society will hold their regular
business meeting this Satur-
day, Sept. 12, at 4 p.m. at the
Smith Chapel Holiness
Church. Evangelist A. John-
"A poet can survive any-
thing but a misprint."
THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT, 10, 1981 PAGE (EVEN
S e************ ************
In recent. years, the ever-
increasing priceof oil has had a
great impact on all consumers,
including those ot the First
District of Florida..
Throughout the 170's,
Americans watched in dismay
as Ihe price of gasoline
climbed. quickly passing the
$1.00 per gallon mark which
once seemed. so distant.
However. it now appears thai
some of the power of the
Organization of Petroleum-Ev-
porting Countries (OPEC) has
receded and that ;he consumer.
will finally feel soi5i relief
from spiraling gas.prices,-
The current decline in
OPEC's power began. in 1979
when, following the Iranian
Revolution, the price of oil
rose an incredible 1650'o. As'a
their gasoline 'rib m fibnr.
The demand for smaller, more
fuel-efficient cars escalated
and the development of alter-
native energy sources began
receiving the attention it
deserted. Overall, the
American consumer 'developed
a new philosophy regarding the
use of gasoline, a philosophyL
dominated by energy-
awareness. Because of this
change in philosophy, per
capital use of energy in the.
United States has declined 120o1
since 1978. Needless to 'say,
this decline has been fell by the
oil exporting nation.
Other nations bave also
reduced their consumption of
oil as a reaction to the new,
higher prices. This worldwide
reduction, combined -with a-
weak worldwide economy, has'
created an oil surplus. The oil.
glut and confusion'over what
to do about it constitute
OPEC'A major difficulty to-
In an effort to. deal with,
"this problem, as'-wellhas to
regain their previous unity. apd-'
power, the OPEC ,nations
recently held a conference in
Geneva, Switzerland. For-
Some people -o~ce believed that .if a frog came
to your door, 'you would soon be married.
On New Year's Day, 1907, Theodore
Roosevelt shook hands with 8,513 people.
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Game Wardens Bob Funderburke, front, and Jack Polk
attach an identification tag to the Up of the brown bear
caught in a snare at an apiary on Howard Creek Road last
Friday. -Star photo
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 Gld Hat Auto Parts
201 Long Avenue Highway 71
Port St Joe, Fla. Wewahitchka. Florida
22 222 639-S711
Headquarters for P.E. Clothes
Book Bags, Knppsacks
Port St. Joe Elementary, Highland View
Elementary and Faith Christian
School Colors T-Shirts
Port St. Joe High School, Wewa High
School, Port St. Joe Elementary, High-
land View Elementary, Faith Christian
rhe Athletic House
Reid Avenue -I. Phone 229-6805
Gulf County Senior Citizens
Association is now taking
applications for the following
sitioqn requires either R.N. or
Bachelors Degree in Social
Work. This position is full
PERSONAL CARE WORIC-
ER-10 hours per week,
Applications are available
in Port St. Joe Senior Citizeps
Office at cornerD and Peters
Streets, or in Wewahitchka at
Myrtle Jackson's office in Old
Courthouse. Applications will
be accepted through Septem-
For further information,
Notice is hereby given that
pursuant-to Section 865.f9.,
Florida Statutes, the under-
signed persons intend to regis-
ter with the Clerk of. tbpe
Circuit Court, Gulf Countfy,
Florida, four weeks after te
first publication of this notice,
the fiEtitious name or tra e
nameunder which they will be
engaged in business ,and in
which said business is to .Je
carried oa, to-wit: .,
Income Tax Service. :'
116 Monument Avenue :
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Notice is hereby given that
pursuant to Section 865.09,
Florida Statutes, the under-
signed persons intend to regis-
ter with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, Gulf County,
Florida, four weeks after the
first publication of this notice,
the fictitious name or trade
name under which they will be
engaged in business and in
which said business is to be
carried on, to-wit:
Boyer Billboards & Beyonid
P. 0. Box 1217
Wewahitchka, Fla. 32466
George Edwin Boyer,
Parsnips are best as a late
winter vegetable, They be-
come sweeter after long ex-
posure to cold temperatures,
Phone 227.1291 219 Monument Ave.
lunatel) for oil consumers,
Saudi Arabia, the world's
largest oil producer, emerged
as the undeniable leader of.
both the conference and of the
OPEC nations themselves.
Despite the unpopularity of its
decision with the other OPEC
members, Saudi Arabia
pledged to maintain the current
price le'el of oil until 1983,
The motivation for this deci-
sion was Saudi Arabia's belief
that stable,.predictahle OPEC
prices are a necessity to give the
world confidence in oil once
again and ib stop the decline of
.oil as a competitive energy
source. To, the consumers of
the First District of Florida, as
well as to all other consumers
across the world, this belief
and pledge translate ipjo stable
gasoline 'prices for .the next
.war.,at ihe very. least. Quite.
E'possiibly,;prriees will e\ en drop
a few cents asoiher oil produc-
.ing nations are forced to lower
their prices in order to main-
tain their market. Consequent-
ly, it is with great interest that
we watch conferences of this
nature. They often have a very
.real impact op our everyday
Chocolate Almond Pie
The recipe Nancy selected
this week comes from Mrs.
.Henry Bellmon, wife of the
Senator from Oklahoma.
4 large Hershey chocolate al-
20 large marshmallows
./3 cup mnlk
.V pint whipping cream,
.8 or 9 inch baked pie shell
whipped cream for garnish
Melt chocolate bars and
marshmallows in milk in top of
double boiler, mixing well.
Chill- thoroughlyy in the
cream into chocolate mixture.
pour Into pie shell and chill un-
til set. Garnish with whipped
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ............ ..... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .............. 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"
Gal. HIGHLAND VIEW
CHURCH OF GOD
SZTEMPERANCE | "Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
S i Everflowing Fountain"
.9 SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... 10:00 A.M..
GOODNESS MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00 P.M.
FAITH WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00P.M.
Pastor Ira J. Nichols
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THE STAR, Port St.. oe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1981
Smem r erm tar. wnen you neei any pronil't or
-'. drug I)r-,,crilbtl by a ihtvsieian. or made In a
reliable suppliyr. we have it or will quickly get it
r, ,/ ."A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
pharmacy 'products. We' consider this ,trust a
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
SFree Parking Drive-In Window
229-8771 317-Williams Ave. Por St. Joe a
Florida soybean producers ing .17 percent, representing
;k: stand an excellent chance of. two million-plus bushels lost to
: reversmiigtraditionally higi the microscopic parasites that
losses, to.nematodes if probe attack plant roots."
lem.:: reas iare identified s on;, :'
Ssays-Cooperative Extension While Sunshiie State soy-
SService"- ematologist Dr. bean'frmerslastyearearied
SRobertA. Dunn. nearly e mrmillion from 460,000
,;: acrti, losses to nematodes'
i "There is 'no good reason weFe" li-'ced at over '$15
- *.? why-Florida's bean losses million.' Average; yields last
should xced' four or'five year were odly.22 bushels per
percent, says Duin: "In 1980, acre, a decrease -of seven
'- lssespproached an astound-' bushelsf m '1979 because of
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Artists from across the state
are busy drawing and painting
in preparation for the 1982-83
Florida Waterfowl Stamp De-
sign Contest, sponsored by the
Game and Fresh- Water Fish
Tom Goodwin, waterfowl
stamp contest coordinator,.
said application blanks and
contest rules are available
now for interested artists.
"This is the third year the
Commission has conducted a
contest to determine the de-
sign of the Florida waterfowl
stamp," he said, "and we
expect the response to be the
The stamp is required of all
waterfowl hunters in Florida
over 14 and under 65 years of
age. Proceeds from the sale of
,'the $3.25 stamp are used to
the severe drought of 1980.
"Soil samplings of suspect-
ed acreage or where' de-
pressed yields occurred
should be taken as early as
possible so better field man-
agement procedures can be
chosen in. time 'for the 1982
crO'9 says Dunn. Late sum-
mer or early fall, while.
farmers are checking stands
and scouting insects, are ideal
times, added Dumnn.
,Excessive wilting .or yellow
or 'brown foliage may be
telltale signs of nematode
infestations, Dunn points out.
"Growers may locate infesta-.
tions of. soybean cyst and
root-knot nematodes by visual
root inspections,.'but "eye-
better manage Florida's
waterfowl population. As one
of the benefits :Florida sports.
men this year will be patici-
pating in a special, experi-
mental duck season Sept.
Artists are limited to no
more than two entries. The
multicolored designs must be
original and be 7" x010".
horizontal, mounted witi an
11" x 14" mat. Each entryy
must be accomparued by an
official entry blank V"
"Entries will be accepted
beginning November 2 and
will close at 5 p.m. December
14 with selection of the win-
ning design to be made at the
first Commission meeting, fol-
lowing the deadline," Obod-
Entry blanks may b ob-
tained by writing: Waterfowl
ball" examinations are nt all
that reliable for recog ing
problems with other n Aa-
todes, or for identifying vijch
species of root-knot or races of
cyst nematodes are present,"
he added. Therefore, even ,the
most experienced growers
should send samples of-Poil
'and roots to the state lallfor
microscopic analysis and
identification of the nemade
species. Nematode Sarffple
Kits, available at all coWnty
Extension Service offices in-
clude instructions, an assay
form, plastic bag for *he
sample and an addressed
mailer. A $5 fee must ac-
company the sample when
- Public Notices -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
CASE NO 81.150
UNITED PRODUCTS. INC..
a Florida Corporation.
VAN JONES and wile ADDIE RUTH
JONES and STEPHEN C BRIGHT
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO. ADDIE RUTH JONES
Weeahllchka. Florida 32465
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. lo it on WILLIAM M ATKINSON. JR.
Plaintiff's attorney, 304 Magnolia Ave
Suite 4, Panama Cily. FL 32401 on or
before the 18th day of September. 1981.
and file tne original with the Cler of this
Court either before service on Plaintllfl's
attorney or Immealately thereafter; other.
wise a dqjault will be entered against you
for the relief demanded In the complaint.
This .notice shall be published once.,
each Weaek for, four consecutive weeks in
The Star. a newspaper printed at Port St.
DATED this 27th day of Augustf 1981.
Ior the claim, the name and address of
Ins creditor or his agent or attorney, ana
the amount claimed If the claim Is not yet
due. the oate when if will Become due
shall be staled. If the claim is conlingent
or unliqulaated, the nature ol the uncer.
tainty shall be stated. If the claim is
secured. the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies ul the claim to the clerk to enable
the clerk to mall one copy to each per
All persons Interested in the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice 01 Aa
ministration has' been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE (3) 'MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. to lile
any .objections they may have that
challenges the valialty of Ine decendent s
will, the qualifications ol Ine personal
representative. or the venue or jurisdic-
tion of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJEC.
TIONS NOT SO FILED .WILL BE
Date of the first publication 6f this
Notice of Administration: September 3,
Is CAROLYN MOONEY WHITE
Personal Representative of the ,
Estate 'of HUGH WELCH WH JR
JERRY THO -AS .G...... 'Is WILLIAM J. RISH
JERRY THOMAS GATES., P.'0 Bo x 87
Clerk of the Circuit Court 303 Fourth Street
By: Ii TonyaAllen, Port St Joe. Florida 32456 .
As Deputy Clerk 4t 9-3 904i229.8211 1,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR. Attorney IStr PJoerson. Fal Represntale
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Port St Joe, FL 3245
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA t 9.3 ,
'IN PROBATE -
IN RE The Estate of
HUGH WELCH WHITE. JR. IN RE. The Estate of
Deceasea. TED L WHITFIELD ,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Deceased
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH OUR-
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN. GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
TERESTEDIN'THE ESTATE IN PRdfBATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFiED that ine NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
administration of the estate of HUGH TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
WELCH WHITE. JR. 'deceased. File DEMANDS 'AGAINST THE A. OVE
i81-29, is pending in the Circuit Court ol ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN.
Gulf County. Florida.. Probable Division TERESTED IN THE ESTATE "
the address ol.'wmcn is P. 0 Box 968. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai the
Port St Joe. Florida 32456 The personal administration of nme estate of-.TiD L
representative of the estate Is CAROLYN WHITFIELD deceased File #8,1t7. Is
MOONEY WHITE. whose address is 1008 Dending in the Circuit Court of GuUl Coun
Garrison Avenue. Port Sl Joe. Florida ty. Florida. ProDate D'vision. the a~oress
The name 'and aadress of t.ne personal of which is P 0 Box 968. Port if Joe.
representative s attorney are set forth Florida 32456 The personal repiesen.
below. talve of me estate is EDITH WHITFIELD.
All persons having claims or demands whose address is 1002 Marvin Aenue.
against Ins estate are reaulned. WITHIN Port St Joe Florida Tne name and ad.
THREE 131 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF dress ofl ne personal representative s at
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS lorney are set forthn elow 'i
NOTICE. to tile with the clerkol the above All persons having claims or daerands
court a written statement ol"an$ claim or against men estate are required WiJHIN
demand they may have Each claim must THREE 131 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
De in writing and must indicate tnme oasis THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
INOTICE to lie wiln the clri' of theasoove
court a written statement ol any claim or
demand they may nave Each Ciairtimust
be in wril.ng ane must i ndcate the Iasis
for ine claim ne Sname and address of
inse creialor or his agent or attorney anO
.i-. the amount cialmeJ If the claim 15 nr, yvat
due the date where if will decoee sue
shall De stairea if the claim is contingent
or unliquidate nthe nature of Ine tncer.
taint shall De' stated. if the craig .s
secured the security snail be delscriced
The claimant shall deliver suflt lent
---copies o Ina claim Io the clerk. to ar,,ie
the clerk to mail one COpy to eucn ,r.
All persons Interestad in the estalv 1o
whom: a copy of this Notice q1, Ad.
ministration. has been mailed arr 'e.
Squired WITHIN THREE E 3 MOl THS
FROM THE:DATE OF THE FiRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to I,.
any objections they may nave IlnJl
challenges ine valially of Inhe decenqcr.I 5s
will the ualificallOns of ine p eronai
representative or tihe venue or lufrsaic
tion of ine court ',t
.,-' ,ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OB JEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILLL BE
Date of tie tfrst pubical.on of inis
efrgerators Notice o Administratiorn Selembar 3
electrical Plumbing ,is EDITH WHITFIELD.
Personal Representative ofl the /
Estate of TED L WHITFIELD. deceased
is, WILLIAM J RISH
303 Fourth Street
Port SI Joe Florlaa 32456
"-t St. Joe Attorney for Personal Represenialif.e
Port St Joe, FL 32.456 2t9 3
,R ', ,
, ; : .,d ...,i ,, ,- o .'
Stamp Contest Coordinator,
Game and 'Fresh Water Fish
Commission, .620 S. Meridian
St., Tallahassee, Fl. 32304.
Bear hunters utilizing the
Apalachicola National Forest
this fall will be allowed to
train their dogs from Septem-
ber 12-27 with the bear season
to follow October 3-24. A
number of changes have been
made in the regulations by the
Florida Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission.
Bear Hunt Permits and tags
may be purchased at the
County Tax Collector's Office
in Leon, Wakulla, Franklin,
gulf and Liberty Counties and
at the Commission's Panama
Results, especially during
this off-planting period, are
usually returned within 10
business days, says Dunn.
When a root-knot nematode is
found, the grower is notified
that a more specific report,
identifying the exact parasite,
will usually follow in about
eight weeks, because of lab
time needed to "'ow a speci-
A carbon copy of each
report is sent to the indivi-
dual's county agent, says
Dunn, to assist in any follow-
up counseling and to help keep
track of the area's nematode
Peanut, Southern, and Ja-
vanese species of root-knot
Snematodes were Florida's
costliest last year, eroding an
estimated 13 percent from
bean farmers' gross. Soybean
cyst nematodes accounted for
3.5 percent of losses, with
sting, reniform, and other
parasites together measuring
about 0.5 percent of destruc-
"Southern root-knot nema-
todes are virtually a state-
wiide threat," says Dr. Dunn.
Peanut root-knot nematodes
are more, prevalent in peanut
industry areas, and the SCN
species is concentrated
mainly in about 15 panhandle
Besides using plants with
specific nematode resistance
and, when applicable, proper
nematicides, the key is rota-
tiQon, says Dr. Dunn. "Follow-
ing soybeans with soybeans in
the same field, especially with
the same resistant varieties,
serves only to. magnify exist-
ing nematode problems, and
may favor development of
additional races of a species,"
the 'nematolokist declares.
"Any scheme that involves
rotation away from legumi-
nous crops presents greater
"Galling on roots may indi-
cate a root-knot species, but
there may be other not-yet-
apparent species, too. I fre-
quently see three kinds of
nematodes in the same field,"
says Dr. Dunn. "The best
management tools, plant va-
rieties and chemical treat-
ments are worth nothing if you
don't know what you're fight-
Florida soybean growers
can get specific information
on combatting nematode prob-
lems by contacting the Exten-
sion Service office in their
306 Williams Ave.
Your local Chamber of
Commerce Is proud to
announce the availability
of a new publication,
"Starting Business Kit*
priced at $11.85,, through
the Northwest Florida De-
velopment Center. In
Pahama City, Florida.
This~ pgnctbelctd In h aka
This picnic table, located in the park at
the west end of Fifth Street shows the effects
Benefits Law Pen
Congressman Earl .Hutto's '
Washington office announced
recently that President Rea-
gan signed into law the
"Prisoner of War Health Care SUNDAY
Benefits Act of 1981" on SUNDAY
August 14th. MORNINI
Hutto said, "One of the EVENING
many changes contained in WEDNES
this Act is that veterans
imprisoned for as little as 30
days may now have certain
disabilities accepted by the
Veterans Administration with-
out having to furnish medical SA
proof. Furthermore, the 30- SAL
day incarceration period has
been shortened from the pre-
vious six months required for T
POW claims." T
"This legislation also & Tel
waives the once required belowv
two-year period following
military service during which Vehich
psychological disorders had to Sic
be claimed in order to beS/N
service connected," Hutto
Congressman Hutto further
said, "There are an estimated Vehich
100,000 former prisoners of V EM
war and I am happy that this EW
new law is designed to meet S/N
the needs of these people."
France's annual consump-
tion of leeches for me-
dicinal bloodletting in the
early nineteenth century
was over 41 million.
"Appearances are often
of some heavy eating... or... more likely...
the effects of someone who failed to care
whether anybody got to use the table in the
future. The table was placed in the park by
,the City several years ago. -Star photo
tecostal Holiness Church
001 GARRISON AVE. PORT ST. JOE
Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor
SCHOOL ....... .9:45 A. M
G WORSHIP .. .. ..... .. 11:00A.M.
$WORSHIP ....... 7:00 P.M.
DAY NIGHT ... ... .......... 7:00 P.M.
.E OF USED VEHICLES
rhe St. Joseph Telephone
legraph Co. will sell the
v listed vehicles:
e #423, 1975 Step 6'/2' 6.Cyl. Truck,
4 CC0145A145413 Chevrolet 12 T.
e #417,1975 Chev. 1/2T Step 62W',
V Tool Boxes & Ladder 'Rack, 6 Cyl.
se Interested Should Contact
ARD 0. WESTER, Supply Manager
P. O. Box 220
Port St. Joe, FL 32456...
Prices Are Fixted and Payment
Will Be Cash or Certified.
e vehicles can be seen at the
ply Complex in Port St.Joe.
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,
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
: I I
Artists In Design Contest
of 82-83 Duck Stamp Art
* ~ ~1~~*t~r*.. ~ *&; ~~-':;'v~ *~'"
SORE HOURS: M-Th, 8:00-. 7:00
Sn,:0:0 5 ndBIG WEEK
P: IG GL Y
P PRICES EFFECTIVE SEPT. 9-15, 1981
Pure Vegetable 1 5
CRISCO $ 85
S,:: "^ i Lay's
Kraft American Sinqle Wrapped S19
CHEESE FOOD lb.
CHEESE SPREAD lb.
TV Mild Cheddar
TV Sharp Cheddar
Borden Lite Line Single Wrap S89
SLICED CHEESE t2oz.
Sunny Delight Florida Citrus or 09
TROPICAL PUNCH 6oz 1
TV Medium Cheddar
Morton Frozen F,;ed 27
CHICKEN DINNERS 2 lbs. 2
Tater Boy Frozen Crinkle Cut g
TMACAV. FrozenI POT PIE loo
MACARONI POT PIE S100
Morton Frozen Gazed
ORANGE JUICE ,
12 oz. a W
Sea Pak Frozen 8149
SHRIMP N BATTER .8oz
Sea Pak Frozen 4 oz 83
Birdseye Frozen BroccoJi 0loz. ic
Spearsor CAULIFLOWER 069
CARROTS 1,b bags
Crisp C Sl00
GREEN CELERY .stak.sl
New Crop 31b.
YELLOW ONIONS ba9
DISHES oz ba100
RADISHES 6oz. bnsa -
TISSUE41 *,I1 7
limit 1 wI$10 or more addt'l purchase exc cig & tob
limit 1 w$lOor more add. purchaseex. cg. &tob.
PE AS i UR
IPEAS ,6oz.z 4 ""1"
4~. ;.. ., 1'.
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,' -P GE TEN THE STAR. Port St. Joe, nla. THURSDAY. SEPT. Ill. I9Q1
I '. .
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rice Reduced. 3 bdrm. BACK 'PORCH SALE: FOR SALE: '73 Gran Torino
ic hom,- 2 ba., liv. 'rm., Clothes and 'inisc. items, Sport. 429, AC, PS, PB, 2'
Iah. mi., family rm., Thurs.:and Fri.; Sept. 10 & 11, AM-FM Stereo. $800. 648- b
a .st'area, ch/a, range,, 9-OOaaiT B;ibarraD-r;:in Ward 8947. 2tp9-10 22
g, dishwasher, laundry Ridge: .. "
i 'w/sii Fla. rm., 2 .car Jeep for Sale: 1971 Toyota
W rage w/opener. 18'x36' pool, YARD SALE' Saturday, 9-5 Landcr.i-ser 4-wheel drive, 6 fu
press -privacy fence, 1705 Garrison Avenue. ltc9-10 cylinder, FM radio, tape play-, r
ow .well pump. Cypress er, CB, new paint job, excel- fr
i ve., near schools. By appt. Fish lent condition. $2000. Moving- o,
., 2294s401 5Bp 93 YARD SALE: Fishing must sell. Call 229-6435.1tp9-10 R
tackle, van seat, misc. items:.
S +,Three lots for sale in Ward Saturday,- Sept. 12, 520 Thirid 1975,Datsun. pickup truck, gi
f *dge.' Call 229-8474 for more St. -. lt9-10 good cond., $2,250. Being used i
formation.. 4tp8-20 daily. Call 229-6394 after 6:T10. ti
YARD SALE: 1501 Monu- tfc8-27 A
4drm.,liv. rm.,din.rm'g. mentAve.,Saturday; Sept. 12. SURPLUS JEEPS, CARS, 65
i n. and kitchen, utility rm., 9:00a:m. to5:00p.in. Itp9-10 TRUCKS. Car-inv. value $2143
tage, dbl.' carport, g. sold for $100. For information
ned in back porch,.on 2 on p'Irchasing .similar r
1605i Monument Avie.Call YARD SALE' Shores resi- bargains, call 602-941-8014, 2
tfc6-5 dence, corner, of ineda and ext. 8636,. Phone Call Refun-
'- ,G.e ..., Georgia', S' ^Joe_'Beach.7 Sat.,,-, .'. bl e -"-; ; 4tn
aen porch. $17,500. Owrier gownsn;?shoes '-games anid 1972 D dge Vah Tradesman, t
Iflnance. 221 7th St. Call houie5old'items -10. 1 0 V8auto trasm $950.00. ,S
before 5.:30. ,fe 7- 23 '' Call .294000 after 5p.m. or 5
Hm fo al.e--.; t a see at 813 Marvin Ave., Port
oHame'forSale: Stone and St.jo. tfc6-25
Ho.nf_2.Ie St. Joe. '-tfce6-25
uc,3 bdrm., 2 ba., veteran
ayassume 9V4% VA loan. 1976 LTD, good cond., auto''. st
0at(ed in White, City. transm.648-5315. tfc8-13
M OM Private "
m fl orsml .1978: F-100 Ford pickup .3;
aoue and two lots for sale "m0b ho1 in short wh~1 base 2x4 3 0 '.3
-" in White City..,3 i adiStJoeBeach g reschro wheels
cinera ic tile bath, in or Ovefigi ethWrte P.O. Bqx' cho:, b ar.' 2 1 ,
I.esl.building "that'can ,MedoBe9ch.,' 3tp9-10 t .
for carport, boat storage., ... --' -'..
after 8 p.m., 229-6537 'or '
S tfc5-21 Winston Churchill had twin beds;, and when he could
:-d i o. not 'fall, asieep:: in one,. Ii'e-would move to the' other
"Excel cond 3 odrm., 2 ba brick home
'on ,I v lots. extra's. Fieplace, carpet.
'l hruoul.' fully .insulated. cen h&a/c.
buill-in range, chain link lence and
carport. Best of all' Ihe existing
Sasstimable mortgage is at 9,% and
Fqwner will lake a reasonable second
mortgage if needed A real opporlunl-
ty. 106 Mimosa -
'100 Mimosa Ave. Lovely brick home
3 bdm 3baln, 2 car garage on 2 lois.
Sgao-hermal heatingicoolirg system
: Los ot exulas Snown by apple only
. wo beautilul acIas plus two Ig.
* trailers and nice size shea Three
; blocks from beacn Only S21.500
Owner may alliance.
Special Buy. Un 41h SI 3 bdim Irame
house on nice 'lol. Assume existing
mortgage wilh pmls. of approx. S250
-Near. the Water. Cule one bcrm
*house very. close. to waler wiln
.s eele exilstng 'mortgage. $31.000.
I' bdim.i; duplex' on hwy S38.500
!'Owner will Imance lor 20% down
AUTOFOR ALEMISC FORSAL
Fleetwood mobile home,
Ix60', carpeted floors, I3
drm., 2 ba. Call after 5 p.m.,
2946495. 3tc 9-3
FOR SALE: Cobra camper',
illy contained. Shower, batp-
om, hot water heater, re-.
rigerator, 3-burner stove with
ven, double sinks. Sleeps sib.
un on 110 volt, 12 volt, or
as. $3500. Also sports coats,
ze medium, excellent condi-
on, $10 each. See at 227 24P'
ve.,. Apalachicola after 5
.m. or' on weekends.
3-8995. 4tc 9-10
Spear gun and diving
regulator. Contact Mike Rich,
Five poodles, two. white and
ilee apricot.'Fiive w&eks old.
h)ts; wormed, de-clawep,
ijls. clipped. .$50. each. 648.-
127. 2tc 9-,0
3M VQC II .Copier with
and, paper and toner. Excel.,
ond. Contact Ned Ailes, Gulf
ouhty Guidance Clinic, Inc.
11 Williams Ave., Port St.
e, 227-1145 2tc8-e
Stimley Home Products
S -,'at229M11 .
or comedy 805Long Ave.
a .,. 0SEPH BAY
ST JSEPH AY REALTY Monthly Rental
PR, JPO''STS. JOE On the Beaches. From $140
'. -, I. -. "' 'to $350 per imo. 1,2; 3 and 4
528 71h SI Otlner witill finance 25 per. Plenly o loom. 4 bdrm, 2 oa with 2 bedrooms.
cent down. balance all 12 percent 2 a/c. gas neat. on 2 lots each 50x175'
..bdrmn. plssm.ex. rm. 1;ba.,Woodour. Carpeting and drapes Included, near.
ning fireplace in liv rm. Lg 'eal-in kitl ly new slainless steel exlerior siding
chen. Back & froni screened porches Room for Ig garden in back yard. sur. 513 4ln SI 2 bdrm. 1 Da rome Walk.
Carport. $17.000. No 112' rounded by chain link lence 506 8th Ing distance io stores chan link
3b 'm..1e 'm _g Sl. Nio '6 lance Assume existing mortgage
3 bdrm.. 1 ba. home In'good locallon __Owner will finance balance Both la
Fenced back yard. gas heat, carport, 1501 Monumenl Excel location w a good interest rale "i down No 107
sdto shed. reasonably priced 1305 1600 so IIt house completely relui
Marvih Ave Nd 113'' .,'bished:.3 b'drms 1.'/ be., isi' rrndin Lg. oc slurdily bull olde, home.
i'm. den & kitchen combo. daiport with 5 balm., 2 be .2 creen porches.
Owner says sell 3or 4 bdrm, 1 ba. ullily im If you need mo room in Irona and rea. chn link laencep r.
frame home Only $12.50000 Call lor line home, Iils is It No 108. cronleand rpearl. chain I lance ly
app..,Ioda. No 105. -. 216 71h SI No 115
Deluxe 4 bdrm 2'ba home with cen Perfect Beac
h&a. canal location with boal Gullf. Cute 2
dock-g liv. rm. 2. formal dining full kitchen. I
-rms. and comfortable dep wifn ad porch Ju
fireplace or'2 lols.'Call for appt No Ine beach w
406. : ,' -,; .,, ,.' Hwy 98& 3r
Immaculate. 3 bdrm. 1 ba house
with' a 'wooden privacy fence, Ig .Beautiful mo
garden. plol. Con. h8a will an home close
Seonomical neal pump. well in o1a Lg.tr.m
sulaled. see this jewel loday. 548,000 ed calling, m
No.404.' ". range. Full c
121 h'SI. No
2 bdrm duplex, very cule. sundeck
and good view of the beach Will go
sfalLt $ 49 00 wner will linanc; '
'h Home Overlooking the
bdrm. 1 ba home with
fam. rm and nice screen.
Sl across Ihe hwy. liom
wlh great view. 544.000.
d SI. Nod410
dern 2 bdrm, 1 ba brick
to Gult. Less than'2 yrs
rm wili calhedralbeam.
oaern kitchen w/Jenn-air
caipeted. Priced '47:500
New Listing: 3 bdrm' 2 oa slucco
house wlth liv rm din rim K'. corn
bo. partially lurnished. LO.aled on
nice snadeo 101 547 500 Call lo
New Listing: Nice 2 barm. 2 Da norme
on Hwy 386, 1 block Irom beach
A Bargalnl Reducedl Cule neal."
bdrm 1 ba.ealmoslt fumishea mobile.
home Come In Ioday to see tnis buy'
$21.500. Coiner of 51h & Florida AvW.,
*-i-^ [, ',.: / ST. JOE BEACH Remodelea.,redone likenew 3 odrm'.
2, ba nouse. Lg" formal liv rmn
',6w Llslipg: What a buy' 3 bdrm. I Complete this partially finished Call loday o seeths 1 bdr 1 b spacious den wllireplace formal d'i'!
..ba. brick.home on 2 Ig lots with house at only $19.000 and lurn inlo Irailer on 75x 150'lot atl St Joe Beacn rm. klichen plenty of cabinet
':,"fireplace. formal din im. 16x32 sa 30-35.000 home Greal location. 3 $12.500. No 212 space. DreaklasI area & snack .ba
slimmingg pool with wood lence bdrm. I ba. liN. rm. din. rm. kitchen Localed on 2 lols 75 150' ea Selmb
..Mpround It. Gulf Si Only $55.000 garage with utility iun. only 1 oIa. SI
4' ;"" _from beach. Adjacent lot also Perflec lor large lamilyi4 bdim. 1 oa.
you're e missing out on a good available. No 207.: home w Ig jam im. with adjoining '
.r'assumable mongage' Plus 3 bdrm. P porch Full klcnen w eating .'ar Piced to sell 2 barm. I D0 troiie
;.J,', ba .2car garage. 2 ols screened AoalI' 1 bdrm apt. lor addllonal in. fireplace. on beautiful ol Iruil lruei
,'j.prctl. and swimming Dool $75000 come'Owner financing available No lortonly 519000 About 1 bik fr'ir
,Corner of Court and 'Alabama 210 beach. Call lor appi loeay No 200o.'
1 .,' .
-' Country living, close to town 4
., spacious bdims, newly remodeled
ex Ig. kitchen, 1 ., acres completely
fenced w new chain link. dog pens.
plenty garden space, numerous Iruil
l.ees and all close to town Ideal for
,' children, farm or nursery Call loday
on hlis one. 548.500. No 109
1 I32 acres in Oeve'reel $5.000.
Price Reduced to 30.000. 2'. fenced
lots containing 3 bbrm .2 Da. home
with Ig comfortable liv 'din im
and b htI ryne mw k
UlllltIr" aejo|vv|labLHi moble
hom ..o ,'ofhese olfs
Asa s ilfng loan and owner wil
finance, balance $5.000 down pmi
arid move In. 3rd Ave bdlween 3aS
and 4th St. No 302.
3 bdrm. 1 ba mobile home' on 2
beautiful high and dry lots in Beacon
Hill. property 'completely enclosed
with a woden fenc. oenwf -3
Greal buy lor young couple 2 bdrm
I be frame house Minimumr down
pmi i.nanc.ng available $11 30000
178 acres still lell on eabs slip oft
'Hwy 1. lusl norlh ol aownlcvwn Ma,
be purchase in 5 t10 6 cres pluTs
4 miles liom Wewa on Dead t'ekes
Right on lake 14 rental units 2 main
Ig houses fully eauliped reslairanl
boathouse for 25 boals 9 oal', anj
molors go loo Owner will iinanca
Fully equipped store OIdg w Ig com,
mercial' cooler. counters, display Is
lands etc on 3' acres on Hwy 301
plenty of rm for expansion on" a-
-mobile home park. will finance Nof
Business Ior Sale Conveniencet
store St Joe Beacn corner of Baj. &
Amerlcus 1 536 sq II m0or waiK.irn'
cooler paved driveway on 1' lots 1"
concrete slab ieaday lor exansion'of
oiner business Call or1 daISlls Nc.i
97n itnm i F- v-i
w' aowoon ence.plenty-ofspace o U o ulIg o11 l fr n
S200'on lntracoaslal C3nal. 37 acres for kids or dogs. $25.000 No 301 Reduced. House ana ace ol groun Porti S Joe on 3 losl laeal for
a mile from paved Hwy 366 A 376' onwalerron 3welland3 epsma D es. se.
b, beautiful property for anyone who Priced Reducel to $37.000. Across c ranks Only 30000 a part o11I and reni ine reat! Pre .nill'
i wants to lie up nis boal in his own street from the Gull on Hwy 98 This .. l.has lenlanta Pienly of room ror a.
m backyard. $30.000. No 800 "2 bdrm.. 1 bi. Irame home sits on S11.000 lot and trailer Owner will pension Priced rignt' Call for more
blulfl for beler .view of' Gulf' AOt finance with 2 500 down formion No. 702
Almost 2 acres fronting on Wetappo building bak cn be rented out r fo
1;. Creek High and dry w Onorseshoe adrdl income.Call Ioday lor app. $11 000 A frame- rier nu2t nd lot 2 te Dusiness loIs on Reid Ae 60S
bank overlooking creek Owner may Own will fnane Olael widin Dy 90 deepr, includes 'a of
subdivide. $27,000 No. 804 Cule a a buon. Idealor beach cot finance ick wall on norll sloe reaucingd
i d "" lage. 1 or 2 bdrm 31d Avenue near LOIS from $4 500 10 $8 500 conslruclion cosrs
,r Shady lot at Howard Creek. Jusl a h Sl Secluded ye close e
few minutes walk from mhe boa l3an. beach Call l see Inms one loday.
t ding 5,000 No 80GULF AIRE BAY FRONT
OAKGROVE BEACH LOTS Cnarm.ng Soanin Desi.gn 2 Elc. 5 acres on SI Rd 30 near Ps.esiii s,
'AV bdrm. 2' oa Ip den II rm 251 eer on Road 800 el 10 by.
St Joe Beach-Lg selection of fireplace ain rm doi garage on Be5ulifue viewn or baylroil home i
A real bargain at only 512.000. 2 beach lot-for les Ithan $1.00 beautiul Gulf Are loi Best of ain a a'
bdim. I a.. eat-in klcnensen.s neo dadown you can own your own. Call to- 10. -' assumable mortgage CAPE SAN BLASC
Front porch. Melal shed in back yard B A .
i 5Madison No. 100. STREAMn
503Madison No. OVER TR T INDIAN PASS Two gorgeous dry acres el t131 Dines
2 bdrm, 1 be. partially Jurniened ano shrunoery w in 205 trom.ng on
I home Including range & refrig Chain 3 bdrm. 1 ba trailer wilh allachea Reduced Irom $8 000 o10 5 500 Ior a Ihe nwy ana Da Jusl De,Cnoa ne olD
link fenced yd w shed in back. trailer. also I1 ravel Irailer. all on I Quick sale 75 >105 'ol on Iraran sail worKS marer Owner wll sea' all
S$10,500.401 Madison St. acre of land. $12,500 Pass close o1 Ihae eacn Tn's is a or 100 on either si Se Fi.an.:.n'g
r super bargain and will go lasi available No 10
648-5011 or 648-8220 AFTERHOURS
;| U .A AFTER HOURS
PAULETTA CAMPBELL 648-8977
JIM CLEMENT ..... 6485482
E. B. MILLER, REALTOR IKE DUREN, REALTOR SANDRACLENNEY 229-6310
*"'ALISA DUREN.. .. .. 6485635
BOB & JEAN FALISKI 2296553
SP.O. BOX 13332 MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410RHONDA HEATH ...... 227-1782
900 HIGHWAY 98- MEXICO BEACH MANG........ 648-5248
A1 A *I
', ,-. ''^" 1 'i,',i', i ,-.'"'
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. tfc 8-27
16' Cobia boat, deep V walk-
thru windshield,' 80 h.p.
Johnson & trailer. $850 or best
offer. Call 229-8554 or 227-1564,
ask for 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 &
1977 Kawasaki motorcycle
1000, low mileage, full dress
with extras. Must sell. $1,900.
Couch and recliner. See at
2101 Constitution Dir. or call
229-8700 after 5:00. tfc8-13
Christmas Is Coming! Shop
at h,"me this year with House.
11f I I.yd toys and gifts. Gifts
for ill ages. with"-60 under
$100'y Individual' and pailty
rrrr .. v'allhble. 'Ask 'Thow
e;i; i.in 'r.'-ei'v. $20.00
wurth .,i fiitrrhl.ndise i:llus.
poslil'i.- :.-Ideil boiuse ''
'Cal :lis ',ra.a.talogue Irlr
Silifoninatiini anytime. Carol
Durham, 2294676, P6rt St. Joe
All '.ood doll furniture for
sal' Seeor call Odell Rbberts,
557 2nd 'Ave., Highland View.
Phone 229-6775. ,. 2tp 827
Earn $6 to $15 per'hour for
Christmas $$$.' The Creative
Circle needs, you. See Gail-
-c3> munty 00oon, Eanama
City Mall- Monday, Sept. 14,
12:30 p.m.-3:00 p.m. or 5:30
p.m. 1-904-678-9728. Itp 9-10
, Information on ALASKAN
and OVERSEAS employment..
Excellent income potential.
Call (312) 741-9780, ext. 4256..
CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
Tanks Cleaned and Portelet
MING ROSE GIFT SHOP
All occasion ceramic gifts.
607 Madison St.
MING ROSE GIFT SHOP.
All occasion ceramic gifts.
607 Madison St. Margaret
Harper. 227-1245. 5tp9-10
"The best mirror is a friend's
eye." Gaelic Proverb
NOW $14,900 -
spacious chain lii
mobile home and
ed. Lg. garden a
Make us an offer.
good cond., 1466 s
shed. Recently ii
siding. This one sl
$25,000. 519 Fourt
Lg. duplex Eac
bdrms. and 1 bat
tially furnished. A
Long Avenue. $1
owner financing a
or primary reside
Roy Smith Assoc
221 Reid Avenue
Apartment for rent at, Mex-
ico Beach on beach side. Call
648-8215. lie 9-3
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.
No. need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
Likely I have painted your
neighbor's' house. Do you ap-
preciate a whole town behind
someone's painting? Call Joe
Betsey. Call' 4335356, Pen-
YARD WORK DONE
Mowing, .raking, cleaning,
weeding. Phone 229-8952 after
Complete Bookkeeping Service
116 Monument 229-8536
For all your cosmetic needs
call me for a complimentary
facial. Margaret Hale,
648-b',59 Vedora Wilson,
227-1':97. 4tc 8-20
Air Conditioning Heating
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
106 Bellamy Circle
FOR TRACTOR WORK
Call 229-8939 or 648-5306
Billboards & Beyond
Signs of All Kinds
RED CARTER'S GUN SHOP
Port St. Joe Beach
New & Used Guns Scopes
- Reduced from
& MUST sell this
nk fenced lot with
.rea & fruit trees.
) mortgage at 8%.
2 baths, fireplace,
q. ft. plus a storage
should go quickly at
ch apt. contains 3
th. One apt. com-
and the other par-
II for $45,000. 1616
10,000 down with
available at conve-
as vacation retreat
ence. Indian Pass
; mortgage & owner
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.
Small house for rent, St. Joe
Beach. 648-5144. Itc 9-10
LOST: $100 REWARD.
Engagement ring, yellow.
gold,'with link type band, '`7
caret diamond. Lost a week
ago. 229-6161. ltp9-10
Sewing Notions & Patterns
Hwy. 98 at Beacon Hill.
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00 E.S.T.
CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Carpentry Work Done
Air Condition Repair
St. Joseph Bay
Resid rlial N
k E.- I A
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
R: C. CHANDLER, W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.
The Disabled American
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, rill meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6-4
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F:W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Florida Power Lounge.
- 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
Machinist on Duty All Day
TV & RADIO REPAIR
B&J Electrical &
510 1st St., Port St. Joe
In Wewa on Tuesdays
Music Records Tapes
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Sound Studio Recording
115 Hunter St., Oak Grove
Port St. Joe, Fla.
plates Karen King
(Interior and Exterior)
Pressure Cleaning for Grime and Mildew
ALSO COOL SEALING MOBILE HOME ROOFS
WILL COOL MOBILE HOMES 15-20%
FOR FFEE ESTIMATE
Call 229-8977 or 648-8369
'V ~ "' -
Monday, Sept. 14
Turkey sandwich, cheese,
Lettuce and pickle, corn, ap-
' plesauce and milk.
Tuesday, Sept. 15
.Beef-a-roni, green beans,
tossed salad, buttered roll and'
Wednesday, Sept. 16
Chicken with rice and
gravy, turnips with roots,
buttered cornbread, fruit cup
Hamburger with cheese,
lettuce, pickle, French fries,
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
tion of St. Joseph Chapter No.
56. R."AM: 1st and 3rd'Mon-
days, 8 pfm. All visiting com-
E. E. WEEKS, H.P.
E. William McFarland, Sec.,
Public Hea6lth Nuirse II
(Comp-T&E) 28024. Salary
ranger$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
Priather,.:D., 2639N. Monroe
Street, '" Suite 200-A,
Tallahassee, Florida 32303,
487-2546.' 1 "'
'Minimum training and ex-
Graduation from an ac-
credited school of nursing and
two yeais 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
. smspf. work, B l sng, ana
S one year of public health nurs-
ing experience. (Necessary
Eligibility for licensure'-as a
professional nurse by the
Florida'State Boaid of Nurs-
TEACHERS WANTED '
The Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, -Inc. is seekingg 'ap-
plicants for possible substitute
teaching positions during the
198142 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
Previous experience is.prefer-
red. Inquiries should be
directed to: Edwin 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 Eqal Opportunity/Af-
firmative Action Employer.
AM ic I MBEA I
slic & peaches with peanut'
granules and milk.
Friday, Sept. 18
Tacos, shredded lettuce and
tomato, buttered corn, grated
;cheese, orange half, cookie
Menus are subject to change
due to the availability of foods.
Gerald B. Norwood, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D.
Norwood of Route 3, Port St.
Jde, has completed training in
fundamental military skills at
the Army ROTC basic camp at
Fort Knox, Ky.
The basic camp is designed
tp give junior college grad-
uates and college sophomores
who five not taken ROTC
courses the chance to enter
the program. The camp' also
qualifies iigh school grad-
uates for the ROTC program
atf any: of the nation's six
military, junior colleges.
Norwood plans to enter the
ROTC program at Stetson
At all Home
The cheerleaders of Port St.
Joe High School are starting
their first money-making pro-
ject for the school year. They
now have composition books
on sale for $1.50. Anyone who
would like to buy a notebook
may contact any member of
the junior high, j.v., or varsity
The proceeds from this
project will be used to pay for
the art supplies needed for
signs, poster, etc. for the
coming season. The cheer-
leaders are self-supporting
and pay for equipment, sup-
plies, uniforms, etc., them-
selves. They do this with a
variety of money-making pro-
jects. The community has
always given the girls tre-
mendous support and they all
appreciate it very much. They
would like to take this op-
portunity to thank each indi-
vidual who has helped them,
and.also td thank the Star for
giving'thein' publicity needed
for their work.
Remember to contact a
cheerleader and buy a com-
position book. They will be on
sale at all home football
games at the main gate.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. SEPT. 10. 1981
The longest reign in history was that of Pepi II
of the sixth Egyptian dynasty. He remained king
from the age of 6 until he died at the age of 100.
Fund Raisin[ Proiect
Sept. 13th- 16th
Dr. James Ponder
Great Time of Singing and Preaching
Join Us for Every Service
JOIN US FOR WORSHIP
BIBLE STUDY ..........................
EVENING WORSHIP ....................
W EDNESDAY . ....................
Dr. James Ponder
Long Ave. Baptist Church
1601 LONG AVENUE
Minister of Music and Youth
aP~rrmr --\~~:K~PP rr~s;Pele !~ePP~E ~ -
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 P- yer Meetings
411 Reid Avenue
26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded
Call Shorty at
-, 5. ^ >- 'v:c-. S ~ S i- Y. i~ir"iiii
Junior Varsity Cheerleader Captain,
Traci McClain, Varsity Cheerleader Captain
Ann Ward and Junior High' Cheerleader
Captain Sissy Burke, show of one of the
notebooks they will be selling at all home
football games as a fund raising project.
King Retsyo Returns
To Annual Apalachicola Seafood Festival
King Retsyo (oyster spelled
backwards) is scheduled to
return from exile at the 18th
annual Florida Seafood'Festi-
val. The Festival planned for
the first weekend of Novem-
ber will focus attention on
acquainting citizens: and vis-
itors with the environmental
and economical facets of the
seafood industry of Florida
and Franklin County.
According to James Floyd,
Executive Director of the
Seafood-Festival, King Retsyo
is .the mystical monarch of
festival activities at .the his-
torical sea port ,of Apalachi-
cola, The last appearance of
his majesty was during a
three day Mardi Gras celebra-
tion in 1916. Essentially the
king has been in exile-for 65
King Retsyo is perhaps
more fortunate than most
exiled rulers, having dined on
an unlimited diet of fresh
seafood including the fanious
Apalachicola oyster, thus
"maintaining a long life plus
unusual power and vigor not
formally associated with
gentlemen past the age of 80.
1 Floyd said, "The 1981 Festi-
val will try to duplicate the
last appearance of the seafood
monarch as'much as possible.
According to historical rec-
ords, including a 1916 copy of
the Apalachicola Times, the
masked king came down river
on a stern wheel steamboat
with a train of other boats in
t1ir wake. Flags weie'flying,
and whistles blowing as the
ling disembarked to be greet-
'edby. his new Festival Queen.
SThe royal couple were re-
ceived by the city's two bands,
the mayor and the entire
population of the seafood
"We don't know where we
will fmd a steamboat and may
have to use a shrimp boat, but
the king will arrive by boat
and will be received with
pomp and circumstance at the
city dock. As in 1916, the king
will remain a mystery until
the King Retsyo invitational
ball and gala seafood feast on
the evening of Friday, Novem-
ber 6," Floyd reported.
Following the pattern and
design established 65 years
ago, the Florida Seafood Fes-
tival will again embrace a full
weekend of activity starting
on Friday, November 6, with
the arrival of King Retsyo and
concluding on Sunday after-
noon, November 8.
For Further information
relative to the 18th annual
Florida Seafood Festival, con-
tact the festival headquarters
in the Annex located over the
City Hall or write P.O. Drawer
460, Apalachicola, Florida
"Real Estate Specialists forOver 30 Years". Call us for information
on these as well as a large inventory of lots and other homes.
Beat Big Rattler With Bigger Stick
These four young boys, Ervin Couchman,
Russel Cherry, Billy Dixson and Oscar Jones
killed this four foot railesnake with a long,
long stick last week as it was crossing Avenue
A behind Duren's Store. The rattler had eight
rattles and two buttons. The boys were scared
of him, even when the picture was made. The
shake was dead then or 'the photographer
wouldn't have been close enough to take the
picture. -Star photo
Get real rewards In a
career as a
professional with our
CENTURY 21' office
Pick up our "Room at
the Top" brochure.
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900 B Highway 98
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
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The Insurance Store Since 1943
Auto Home Business Life
Flood Bonds Mutual Funds
8:30 til 6:00 Monday through Friday
21 Reid Avenue Phone 227-11
We are HERE to Service- What We Sell
ROY SMITH, Agent
FRANK HANNON, Agent
DOUGLAS LANDING. Price reduced for fast sale.
Low down payment and assume existing loan. 2 yrs.
old, three bdrm., 2 ba., carpet, screened bbq, cellinfg
fans. Many extras.
MEXICO BEACH. 3 bedroom brick house with
screened porch and completely furnished. 3rd lot from
beach. Price 560,000. (Owner financing). 26th St.
WHITE CITY. 3 bedroom frame house on approx., 1
acre of land with shade and fruit trees. Includes 2 deep
wells, 2 septic tanks, stove, refrlg., washer, dining set
& dish washer. Price $19,000. Assumable mortg. 6th St.
off of Road 20.
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U. S. POSTAGE
Permit No. 65
Port St. Joe,
LIMIT 1 WITH *10
FOOD ORDER OR MORE
LIMIT 1 BAG WITH
510 FOOD ORDER
Limit 1 Bag of 2 Fryers with Meat Purchase
W'Ch oice Frying
SFry"g.Ch ... Chicken
QUARTERED THIGHS .... .... b.4
QUARTERED BREAST .......... b. 59
t .* .. .*. .$ -
CE WHOLE LES ......... 69
DRUMSTICKS .. .
5 Pounds or More.
4 ; : : '" '" ,
Spipe Lui-lieoI0ants.tide. ,
COOK HAM Planteo .ieO.
SLICED BACON...tatio pr
Roll Sausage .'.d ...
Select Skinned a Devlehed
Beef Liver .. .
Hafleld Best $
: .Family Pak Center Cut
1 5 Poumds or More
If 22 O0
T A" ** | |
CHICKEN WINGS ...........
LIVERS & GIZZARDS ........
BACKS& NECKS ...........
5 Punds 'or More
CHOICE THIGHS ...
Family Pik Sirloin
L. 1 STEAK
8 OL Birds Eye
COOL WHIP .... ... 79c
2 Smil Pat Rib-,
2 Lb. Uncle Ben's
. Swift's Premium ChMcken & Perk
Pork Liver F..hTndr
Sirloin Steak c.h
Lb. None Be.49er
Arm and game
Del Monte Seasoned
No. 303 Cans
Del Monte Whole Kernel
5' 9 5 *1*
1 Lb. Kraft American Single. 1
AIM r 'P -,.19
4 Pak Blttmeilk Sweet Milk
S P I OL S Dligt
.. 0 0....... a 0
No. 303 Cans
Washington State Delicious
39 MORTONSALT 3 Lb. Bag Yellow
S 1 N o BRAND 18 O.ons
. $188 PEANUT BUTTER $ Onions
NO BRAND 2 Lb.
88c APPLE JELLY
$128 APPLE JUICE
50 Lb. Sportsman Pride
S 59 Fresh Juicy
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