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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 3


THE STAR

Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1981


onty OK's First Tax Exemption
..'.. s Fir E'' "


The Gulf County Commission met
in a special session Tuesday afternoon
and agreed to allow its first tax
exemption under a new state law
designed to encourage new industry to
locate in Florida.
The Commission, at the urging of
George G. Tapper, agreed to allow up to
a 10 year exemption for a new industry
Which is interested in putting a '$16.20
iillli6n.installation. here in the south
end of Gulf County on the Gulf County
canal.
Tapper was at a disadvantage in
making his pitch because he could not


reveal the name of the firm or the type
business they are involved in. "The
only thing I can tell you is that it is a
clean industry and one which the entire
county will be proud to have as a citizen
of our county", he said.
Tapper said the new firm is
currently looking at four locations
along the Gulf Coast and stated Port St.
Joe has an excellent chance of landing
the firm here if the tax exemption is
approved.
Tapper said the firm was of a type
which could "make" the new proposed


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George G. Tapper
urges the County
Commission to
give him a bar-
gaining point with
a proposed new
.industry.
S-Star photo


port here and would be instrumental in
attracting other industry to the county.
"This firm will not only help our
county, but will also be of a positive


"The only thing I
can tell you is that it is a
clean industry the coun-
ty will be proud of. "
Tapper

benefit to other surrounding counties
and especially to the north end of Gulf
County", he said.
Tapper said all he was asking for
was the permission to use the tax
exemption status as a bargaining tool to
get thd firni -to locate here.
The three Commission members
present, James Tankersley, Doug
Birmingham and Jimmy Gortman,
were all leery of giving the permission
to a'firm they knew nothing about, but
at.Tapper's urging and his assurance
he would not recommend the move if
the firm wasn't a good thing for Gulf
County., the Commission gave their
approval for the exemption..
TIapper said he should be able to tell
them more about the firm within "a few


days" He said the firm was ready to
make a movb. He also reported they
had already contacted St. Joe Paper
Company concerning land to locate on


and had been given assurance that land
would be available for them.
The Company has stated in the past
they would not make land available


except to firms who were legitimate
and were financially sound enough to.'
pay their own way and become a part of -
the community.
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County Commissioner Jimmy Gortman, Clerk Jerry
Gae. chairman James' Tankersley and Commissioner
Doug Birmingham ponder over the question of allowing a tax


exemption to a proposed new industry for Gulf Coiun"ty, '.
Tuesday afternoon. -Star photo
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Blood Pive


Next Wednesday

Blood can only come from people to furnish this
life-giving fluid to other people. To meet this need here in
Port St. Joe;and Gulf County, a' blood drive next Wednesday
will attempt to furnish an adequate supply for' the needs of
the people of this vicinity who need blood. Donors are needed.
This periodical blood drive is the only source available to
citizens of Gulf County now. In the past, an effective
"Walking Blood Bank" served -the needs here, but this
practice: ha' how been abandoned for the more effective
method now being used and managed by -the Red Cross.
Port'fSt. Joe and vicinity has never wanted for blood
donors, but since the new method of supplying an adequate
amount of ,whole blood has not met with enthusiastic
response, mainly because too few people knew of the new
program.
The blood drive next Wednesday, which will be held at
the Fire Station from 2:00 to 6:00 p:m., is the fourth collection
program to be held here. The drives in the past have fell short.
of the needs and expectations, according to Mrs. Louise
Parker,,chairman of next Wednesday's drive.
Two of the previous drives have been conducted this year
collecting only 5runits of blood..The Municipal Hospital has
received 126 units from the Red Cross service in the same
period of time.
Mrs. Parker pointed out that under the new blood supply
program, a patient receives only whole blood which has been
thoroughly tested for any irregularities which might be
present in-blood collected from a donor on the spot. The Red.
Cross blood supply system, which operates at no profit, takes
all collected blood, tests it for purity, stores it properly and
furnishes it under proper conditions to the hospital as it is
needed. "This means a patient gets only blood which can be
helpful tn' him and not compound his problems by giving
blood which might contain an organism which might harm as
much as help", Mrs. Parker said.
Mrs. Parker and her committee are urging that all who
will, come by the Fire Station next Wednesday afternoon and
give a unit of blood. "We need to at least collect enough to
meet'our needs and people are the only source of this
necessary commodity", Mrs. Parker said.
The only ones not eligible to give blood are those under 17
years of age,. those who have chronic illnesses or chronic
drug users.


Citizens Approve of Hospital Sale

With not a. dissenting word heard, the and that didn't come easy.". hospital will be built within five years interested in buying
Port St. Joe City Commission formally ; Peters read from a written statement, because BMC believes that with proper ... O'Connor said p
gave its approval last Thursday night for saying, "the people deserve the best. organization and recruiting of the proper the hospital staff v
the sale of Municipal Hospital to Baptist your decision has provided that. I support staff they believe the hospital will grow iq', with all doctors on tl
Medical center of Jacksonville. your decision." service and use. "We also believe the area of their privilege ren
S. a public hearing designed to feel the ..., osing questions to O'Connor were will grow and have a need of the services year.
pulse of the citizens of the city concerning Linda Gregg, Ted'Frary, N. G. Martin, we intend to provide", O'Connor said. He Improvements t(
the proposed sale last Thursday evening;. Jadies .Davidson, Mrs- Joe McLeod and also pointed out that the present facility in the meantime
the entire audience of some 50 people gave, Cptherine lamsey. was' aging and needed replacing and the face-liftiligof the bu
.,tlinirw.anr'bval'of the sale&and iau st.jo .yien,,. .n OfL', iw gtxiTped .. -in facility w.6ld Lavoea_ mna- pore-. *off ieede equia.


BMC representative"R. D. O'Conner
concerning.the future of the hospital.
The Board even received the approval
of Nathan Peters, Jr., who had led a
movement three years ago to have three of
the Comrmission members recalled from
office over the hospital operation, offered
his approval of the sale and congratulated
the Commission, who also serve as the .
Board of Directors of the hospital for "a
decision that took many weeks of study


such questions as, "Why build a 'new
hospital'",; "Will help be. given in
processing Medicare supplemental insur-
ance claims", "Are new doctors going to
come in", "What doctors will be accepted
on the staff", "What improvements will be
made" and "Willea.re for indigents be
provided".
O'Conner fielded all questions and
gave a positive answer to each.
The BMC executive said a new


beds than the present hospital.
After a new hospital is built, the
present building will be given back to the
city at no cost. The city has riot yet made
plans as to what they will do with the
building.
O'Connor said BMC plans to-recruit
physicians who will provide the most need
of the population of the area. "We will be.
recruiting physicians", he said. "If we had
no plans to do so, we would not be


.removed 13ater to. ,
don't have enough gr
yet to state definitely:
the present facilities
' :As the meeting
siori appointed May
attorney William. J
BM.C to work out a
document for appro
sion. BMC is sche
operation of the hosi
beginning of the cit:


the hospital". .
resent physicians on"I"'
would 'be- maintained-.
ie staff up for review
ewals each and every:.
o the present facility -
will include some. y
ilding andinstallation-. .,'
ie'-"ew aciity.. "W ,.
asp of the situation as":L
y what we-will add:to;-.o-
s", O'Connor said.-
closed, the Commis -^*
tyor Frank Pate and" -'
. Rish to meet with,.-
final sale agreement '.
oval by the Commis- :--
iduled to take over i.-'
pital on October 1, the ,
y's new fiscal year.


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City Eases Plumbing Code Requirement,

The City Commission took requirements by allowing would be with state require- or better, piece of property for the new begin. -
a step Tuesday night, to ease PVC piping from five feet ments.- CEMETERY cemetery, but needed a drain- The City had tentativejian -I
up on restrictions on home beyond the house to the sewer Even though the water and The City received the last age easement to keep the for having the new cemetey ..
builders in the City, even main. Cast iron had formerly sewer main requirements needed step Tuesday before it property dry before construc- open around the first of ,tjhe:
though the relief was almost been required and is still have been relaxed, they still can begin construction of a tion can begin. The drain year.


minor- considering the total
cost of a home these days.
The Commission decided to
change its plumbing ordin-
ance requirements to allow
home builders or those mak-
ing replacements, to use PVC
piping from the house to the
water meter.
In the past metal piping was
required of this application,
resulting in a higher cost than
required'from using the PVC
ipe.
The change in the ordinance
would still have teeth in it,
however. The new change
would still require copper or
galvanized pipe under a home
and inside. The PVC would
only be allowed five feet
beyond the foundation of the
home to the water meter.
About a year ago, the City
also reduced the sewer main


required under and inside a
home.
E. F. Gunn, building inspec-
tor for the City, said the State
Building Code, used by the
City as a guide, allows the use
of the PVC piping inside a
home and under a house with
more than 18 inches of crawl
space underneath. He pointed
out the City is allowed to
change the state code, but
cannot dillute it. Any change
must be more strict in nature
Attorney William J. Rish
noted that the City could
probably be required to allow
the state code to apply inside a
home if someone should take
the present requirements to
court.
The Commission takes the
viewpoint that the home
owner is better protected with
city requirements than they


nave criteria which must be
met from both a city and state
level. All PVC piping used
must be of Schedule 40 grade


new perpetual care cemetery
adjacent to Holly Hill Ceme-
tery.
The City has arranged for a


easement was received irom
St. Joe Paper Company this
week, which will allow the
actual construction work to


Budget Work Starting Nexi


The City Commission will be
getting to work on Tuesday of
next week, in a special ses-
sion, toward working up a new
budget financial plan for fiscal
year 1982, after a delay of two
months caused by a delay in
securing property values from
the County Property Ap-
praiser
Looking at a year which will
see all services and materials
higher, the City budget plan-
hers also face a year of
reduced income from sources


other than taxes and an
increased property base of
some 20 percent. On the other
side of the ledger, homestead
exemptions on homes in the
City will have another $5,000
tacked on their tax exempt
value, to further erode the
City's financial base.
Already the City has been
petitioned by a vast majority
of their employees, asking for
a 10 percent raise in wages.
Petitions signed by 48 of the
City's employees were pre-


sented to the Commission
meeting Tuesday evening, cal-
ling for the hike in salary in
the new budget.
The Commission will more
than likely try in some way to
honor the request since the
entire board recognizes that
salaries are low in the City.
Also the budget plan must
include some money to re-
place a water well on the City
water system which went bad
during the past year. Two
wells caved in from low water


The new cemetery wdW
make certain stipulations.' "Z
(Continued On Page 8


t Week

conditions and other factors
but one has been repaired at. ai-'
cost of some $35,000 a 'n is
being put back into produ -...
tion. The re-built well jgvyes ._?
the City adequate wate...:-
plies from two pro
wells, but the Comn= "s'
feels a need for three piw /
ing wells to guaranteed= .
adequate supply.
This thinking was bofl6bT t
in the past year byl.he'-
(Continued On Page 8)


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Hiring Port Engi


Now it's nothing but a spit of land
which juts into St. Joseph Bay at the
western end of the Gulf County canal;
a place where surf fishermen gather.
weeds grow and a handy spot to beach
a boat.
By this time next year, if
everything goes as it should, this spit
of land will be the scene of feverish
activity as workmen labor to con-
struct a new deep water port for Port
St Joe. to put it in the business of
shipping and receiving merchandise
all over the world.
What has been nearly three years
in the promotional stage will take a
more tangible step toward reality this
week.


Gulf County's Port Authority will
be meeting today with engineers to
hammer out a scope of work expected
for the deep water port project here in
Port St. Joe to begin construction.
According to George G. Tapper,
Port Authority chairman, the Author-
ity will be meeting with Frederick R.
Harris, of New' York City, lead
engineering firm and Wayne H.
Coloney of Tallahassee and Russell
and Axon of West Palm Beach.
Tapper says the Harris firm is the
largest port engineering firm in the
world.
The scope of the discussion today
will cover such items as a feasibility


ineer

study, permits, preliminary engineer- "
ing and the scope of the work to be
covered under the construction pro- -
gram.
The preliminary engineering
work was made possible three weeks
ago when St. Joe Paper Company
offered a loan of $250,000 to the Port
Authority to cover the work. -
In the meantime, work will be
progressing toward selling a tempo-
rary $35 million bond issue to finance
actual construction of the port.
The photo. at left shows the
location at the mouth of the Gulf
County Canal where the port will be
built.


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Editorials and Opinions


: Our Roadsides Are



Getting. Cleaner

We're almost afraid to mention their surroundings and have started
'this situation for fear that publicity taking a better attitude toward the
will cause it to change. disposal of their trash. It's no longer
We'll chance it anyhow. going on the road side by the tons.
I It has been our observation that Nothing will inspire the people
the highway shoulders in Gulf of our county to be proud of their
jCounty are beginning to be less home place more than clean neat
I cluttered with the debris of paper, surroundings. Nothing will impress
bottles, cans and garbage than they visitors to our county more than
a have been in the past. clean, neat surroundings. As desir-
: .. On several occasions we have able as it is to please visitors to our
ratedtd our people for their sloppi- county, it should be even more
..esjin their own back yard., Our. important to make ourselves proud
streets and highways have a history of our surroundings. Cleanliness will
f" "ing literally loaded with trash, do that.. .
S carelessly tossed from cars and Not only are we creating a
Actually tossed out by the sacks full county more pleasing to the eye, but
oiafthe road shoulders. we are saving. ourselves inoney in
S',Itf was a messy arid unsightly the bargain. The state of Flprida
| nation which -gave our coiunfy a, -attenipts to maintain clean, heat'
^ |eye. ."/-, .: .. rod shoulders. Doing this. costs
f late, the change. hs beei so m6 ney: If the trash is'not thereto
-e nvident that we have noticed it pickup, there is no'&hdto mai'fain'
:Wthout particularly looking to see if crews to do the picking 'up.. That
fitie trashy situation has improved saves us money .
n. When one notices such a change We hope the roads aren't being
fulhei' intimate surroundingsthe. kept- cleaner jut .ecause many ,of
range has. beeii nearly '-of; a our citizens he ottenito.toss
S found nature, since our sriuniod- their trashout of airir ass tfyey.
are hardly noticed beuse of ." go down therbad.cL ope'the trend
thr fanmiliarity. toward cleanliness,is because of.a
.lWe're proud of the change. It conscious effort oiiour part to keep.
"ks well of our people'that they our back yards cleai' '. .
tee become more conscious, of Let's keep.itAp.',, ,
nl4 People Giv Blood




4. .One of the hardest things to 'who need it in) times of various
accept is for someone to say, "We illnesses and surgery. Blood must
don't do it that way anymore!" about' silluome fome from people. The mechan-
rnething which we have lived with ics 6f giving it have just' changed.
r;a long while. ,. Now, -rather than receiving a
S I Foryeairs, 'people of Port St. Joe callfiom the hospital to come roll up
Svedepended on generous neigh- your sleeve when someone needs
s in-times of.physical roblemr-to1 ,blbdth. ,Red Gross collects itfroim
e B oraae 01oi ip tir itirs'i@" 6nois; Itakeg'fit toitheire
-le eveE to give bl -t anyone wh ,,l'ab,6ratorysin Mobile, Alabana and
ede..it.. .- checks and prepares the blood for
i.t has been to'our credit that we transfusions when needed. All this
ave a community like that. It made allows the donor to. give blood at 'his
{"difference-what the race, color or convenience and, the patient the
reed of the one needing blood or the assurance he is not getting some
dne giving it. If there was a need, bug or something'he doesn't need
Sere were ample donors.,' when he receives blood. "'
,'iBut,.as times change, we don't The only problem is that many
o .it that way anymore. :Medical local people, who have been. such'
practices change and this necessary willing donors in the past don't
a-t of our lives how dictates that realize that their blood is still needed
lood which goes into human beings and still going to local patients. We
checked.thoroughly by competent still must provide a pint of-.local
ljl.o.ratories before it is given. blood for every' pint used locally.
_vHere in.Port St. Joe, as well as For this reason,-we are making
ll .the- communities and cities an appeal to you to" heed the next
Ailuirooinding Port St. Joe, we depend blood drive the Red Cross conducts
:the Red Cross blood bank to pro- here in Port St. Joe. You can still
ilde clean, tested and properly perform a very vital service for your
stored whole blood to those who need friends and neighbors. The only
One tn thing which has changed is that you
rOne thing which hasn't changed don't know which of your friends and
nd will never change is the source neighbors is receiving the particular
i.-flf whole blood, so necessary to those pint you give..




aborDay Holiday Turne

LABOR DAY WEEK. just wasn't where you let the pine tree fall over on I w
f.'. iy week. it." .morning
Ss.I didn't have all that much bad luck I asked him to leave me the tree to chunks
jj? 'on Labor Day, but things just didn't go cut up into fireplace wood afdd Jimmy up the la
'.. t. said he could handle it. end and
-. ,'- The week before Labor Day, I had a ..
'"' pine'tree cut down in the front, next to '
"thie road, where my lot joins Walter
8,D ren's lot. The pine was a pretty one,
* .. .an &I had rather have left it just where hr
,s.: m twas, but it was getting a little hollow I
i. insidee for soine reason and it had
t i, started leaning precariously toward the
| 4'.lorida Power line which services the
., street lights on our street.' '
S I saw Jimmy Cox on the street and
a' sked him if he had rather his tree .
^; ? surgeon people cut down the tree or had
."iIhe rather take a chance on me getting'it One morning bright and early his \ard, on
. u,.ht down. I aided my cause with people showed up with their equipment They
|:l'- 3immy by telling him the tree was and when'I returned at dinner the tree The
:-." leaning to the point where it was just a* was down and cut up into fireplace size gas to ru
-. "l 'itthe over a yard from his line. churiks. That was nice of Jimmy. route to t
,'.."' ': Jimmy didn't have to think very They left the wood where it fell so times ar
,, onkg about that one. He said, "You'd Labor Day I enlisted the aid of my two for each
3'-,e. iter let me have my people cut that elder grandsons, Richard and Stephen Ther
-/,,, .ine tree down. It would be cheaper to move the chunks to the back yard. split the
;" tha having to put the line back up That's when it began to cost me. axe. The


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Don't Be A "Dead Head"


By Adolph Bedsole
Pastor, Wewahitchka
First Baptist Church
Many years ago I was one of
some 20 invited guests aboard
'a deep sea fishing boat that
left the dock at 2 o'clock in the
morning. So. the 20 invited
guests were having the time of
their lives on a FREE trip.
Who wouldn't9
Not long after sun up I was
sauntering around the deck
Two deck hands were busy
readying the reels, hooks and
tags for the day., .
"Well, do you think we are
going to have a good day?", I
heard one of thedeck hands
ask the other.. .:', .
"No, definitely not because
we live too many. dead.heads
aboard," answered his buddy.
Dead heads?, .That .was a
new one to mie. I,searched the
.ship and didn't f (d a:'single
,., 'dead head-1 thought. Then, I
rcornered a 'third deck hand
and casually asked him sever-
al questions' ts and
fishing. .-",. T'
"By the way,".Ibaid: "What
is a dead hea4c(?t,
'"Oh, that is a n aboard
wh-doesn't pay lil way. He is
getting "aFREElpy.. .
".'-S, I quickly ezed that I
was one of 20 d he'.ads on
the fishing boat- 'least to
the crew. 'e ..
Suddenly,- thit.ad|ightful
-fishing trip turned"'sui to me.
We were not in sight of land at
that time..I realized it was too
fai to swim. I cbuld neither fly
nor walk on':*ater. Even
though' I remaiief"?hU dead
head until we returned to the.
dock in the late afternoon, I
caught my share of fish for the
day. But, somehow, I didn't
enjoy it quite as much as
usual.
SYou see, others aboard had
paid their fare. "They. were
fare-paying guests. I have
never forgotten tt conversa-
tion of the two deck hands. '
Ld.andi., genp menae
churches of 'th .land' a~r
bogged dow'wi tli'ead heads,
and many; like me that day,
don't realize that they are
dead heads.
They' are more politely
known as inactive church
members. Forty to fifty per-
cent of the members of most
churches are ;inactive
members.
'Inactive members don't
even attend church when'they
can. They don't teach, or sing
in'the choir, or visit or pray for
the church. Inactive members
do not pay their way in time,
talent or money. Dead heads!
S Inactive church'- members
are like those' who iode the
rods on freight trains during
the depression. Every inactive
member is like an empty box
car being pulled on- the-train.
If the inactive member is
saved, be is trying to hitch-
hike his way to heaven. They
want the crown without bear-
ing the cross.
(Continued On Page 8)


Letters .... to the Editor


Freedom of Choice

The American Way?
Dear Wesley: to usurp the freedom of the
I was shocked to read in last citizens of White City. ,
week's STAR that our County According to the article,
Commissioners have decided they based their decision to


try to obtain a water system
for White City on the two town
meetings and a survey which
reported a 72 to 37 majority in
favor of the water system.
Those meetings 'were held
when many shift workers
could not attend, when some
people were on vacation, and
when some had previous com-
mitments. They were not, by
far, the entire community.
The survey totals 109 people,
- not 109 households.
I was against the water
system in the first place
because present day treat-
ment contains cancer-causing


agents. If one were to com-
pare the number of cancer
deaths, on a percentage basis,
of those in White City with.
those of Port St. Joe, he would .
find the evidence overwhelm-
ing.
But my philosophy is live
and let live. It was all right
with me if people, once
knowing the facts, still elected
to have the water system just
so long as they didn't expect
me to support it.
It was not until I read in the
STAR that I would no longer
have the freedom of choice,
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d Into A Period of Frustration and Problems


ept on- to work Labor Day
; and when I came home, the
were moved. They had cranked
wn tractor, tied a wagon on the
moved the chunks to the back
.. -


ne piece at a time.
y like to drive that lawn tractor.
move cost me three gallons '6f
n the tractor on the long scenic
the back yard and back several
id eight pint-sized Cokes (for
h boy). It was a hot job. ,"
n Richard decided he would
logs into pieces and got out the
first mighty swing didn't split


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the chunk of wood, but it cut my
cablevision cable in half, leading into
the house.
So, there would have been a Labor
Day evening and no baseball game had



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not Robert Newman been kind enough
to come out and replace the cable.
+ + +
THE DAY AFTER Labor Day,
after we had missed over a half day of
work on the paper, Shirley, the one who
understands the innards of our com-
puter typesetter, had to go to the
hospital at noon with phlebitis in her
left leg. And, there she laid until


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Saturday.
I have repeatedly told Shirley that
you just don't get sick around a weekly
newspaper until the paper is in the
mail. Then you can use the week end to
be sick.
With a lot of mighty effort and a
good bit of shuffling around we all got
together and got the paper together ..
on time.
I don't think I'll try to take
advantage of any more of these Monday
holidays.

WITH ALL THIS happening to me
during the Labor Day holiday, I
completely overlooked the fact that last
Wednesday was square root day.
Last Wednesday was the ninth day
of the ninth month of the 81st year. That
made it the square root day.
My information is that it will be.
sometime after the year 2000 before we
have another square root day and I
completely missed this one. What a
shame
We could have cut a watermelon or


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TIDES
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 Apala-
chicola. Times are based on a
24-hour clock, and height is


something.
PEOPLE WHO EXERCISE mysti-
fy me. Although I am one and do the
very things I'm going to mention, they -.
still mystify me.
There is a good sized gaggle of
people in Port St. Joe who gather at the
running track beside the football field
every evening to walk and jog.'There's
more walking than jogging going on,
but even that causes me to look askance
at how it's done.
Several people will gather and keep
up with their walks of a mile, two miles
or three for the more ambitious.
They gather to walk at the track by
driving there in an automobile. Most of
the folks who gather live about a mile
from the track, so why don't they just
walk to the track and turn around and
walk home again. That would be their
two miles of exercise.
I don't know why I don't do that,
either.
One reason people drive to the
track is that when they get on the track
they are not bothered watching for cars
or dogs. That counts for something.


feet above or below the mean
water line.


Thursday
Friday-
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday


High Ht. Low Ht.
17 1.4 933 .6
49 1.7 1109 .4
142 1.8 1228 .3
241 1.9 1340 .2
342 2.0 1446 .1
450 2.0 1546 .2
559 1.9 1639 .3
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Panama City automobile dealer, Tommy Thomas,
shown above addressing the Gulf County chapter of th


LETTERS
that Wayne and I would be
forced to take the system
whether we want it or not if
the Farmers' Home Admini-
stration approves,/the loan.
That is an act of dictatorship.
* It is not the American way.
Or rather, it wasn't the
American way when my-
father was a doughboy in
World War .I nor when my


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brothers served in World W
II, nor when my husba
served during the Kore
War.
So many of my classma
and friends died in both I
Korean Conflict and in V
Nam. They died to keep t
country free. Now it seen
their deaths are in vain whe


OBITUARIES

Mattie May Stetson

Funeral Saturday at 2


Mattie May Stetson, 85, of
Wewahitchka, died Wednes-
day in a Panama City hospi-
tal. She was a native of Iowa,
and had lived in Wewahitchka
for three and a half years. She
attended the First Baptist
Church of Wewahitchka.
Survivors include: .two sons,
Byron Stetson~of Wewahitch-
ka, Donald Stetson of Idaho; a
daughter, Lois Stetson of
Pacifica, Calif.; _a brother,
Harold Baldwin of California;
"a sister, Mabel Myer of
California; andi,'grandciild
'Joy Ann Sweeny of Indepen-
dence, Mo.
Funeral services will be
held Saturday at 2:00 p.m.,
CST, at the First Baptist
Church in Wewahitchka, con-
ducted by Rev. Adolph Bed-
sole. Interment'will follow at
Forest Park Cemetery in
Panama City.
All services will be under
the direction of Comforter
Funeral Home, Wewahitchka
Branch Chapel.

Melvin Last
Rites Held
Mary Elizabeth Melvin, 85,
died September 9in Pensacola
following an extended illness.
She was a native of Dundee,
Ala. and was a long time
S resident of Gulf County:
Survivors include: one son,
Price Melvin of New Orleans,
S La.; three daughters, Rosetta
Stephens of Wewahitchka, Me-
* lissa Pridgeon of Pensacola,
and Cletter Dell Tucker of


Altha; one brother, Elr
Carr of Panama City; o
sister, Icey Hall of Panan
City and numerous grand
children and great grandchi
ren. I
Services were held Frid
at 2 p.m. CST at Comfort
Funeral Home, Wewaliitchl
Chapel, conducted by Re
Shepherd. Interment follow
in Cypress Creek Cemetery
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eatertainedwitha receptionin OPEN 10 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.
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PAGE FOUR


Eng(

Mr. and Mrs. William A.
Collier of Mexico Beach an-
nounce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Mary Diane, to
Jay Byron Fleming, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Billy R. Fleming of
Port St. Joe.
The bride-elect is the grand-
daughter of Mrs. Mary Ander-
son and the late Mr. Z.I.
Anderson of Blountstown, and
the late Mr and Mrs. Robert
C. Collier of Beacon Hill. She
is a graduate of Port St. Joe
High School and is presently
employed at Panhandle Edu-
cators Federal Credit Union in
Panama City.
The bridegroom-elect is the
grandson of Mr and Mrs. B.
W. Wilder, Sr. of Port St. Joe
and Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Fleming of Panama City. He
is a graduate of Port St. Joe
High School and of Florida
State University. He is pre-
sently employed with Century
21 in Lynn Haven. '
Diane and Jay plan to be
married at 5:30 p.m., c.s.t,
Saturday, October 17' in the


Miss Elizabeth Dawn greenery topped with a free eon was held at the home of
Anchors and Ensign Kevin standing arrangement of Mrs. Benny Roberts with Mrs.
SPhillip Holland were united in white gladioli and pom poms Frank Abbott. Mrs. Ferrell
marriage on Saturday, Sep- formed a background for the Allen, Mrs. James Bray and
timber 5, at 2:00 P.M. in the bride's table. On either side Mrs. Roberts as hostesses
sanctuary of the First United were the punch and groom's The home of Mrs. Edwin
Methodist Church of Port St. tables. Ramsey was the setting for a
Joe. The bride's table was cover- coffee shower on August 29.
:The Reverend Jimmie ed with a full gathered white Hostesses with Mrs. Ramsey
.Spikes officiated at the double organdy cloth. The three were Mrs. Billy Barlow, Mrs.
Sripg ceremony.
-The bride is the daughter of
: Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Juhan
Anchors of Port St. Joe and
taie groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Robert Holland
o2 Gainesville.
fan shaped arrangement
o, sage palms formed a
Sbackground for the altar on
S. which was a brass cross and
St eo brass -seven branched
edndlelabra. Two brass vases
ih, i eir own brass standards
gaced each side of the altar.
Ec h of these held fan shaped
quets ofe white gladioli, fugi c
m cushion mums, jade .
, a d leather foliage. To com- h .
prete the setting, arrange- .
ijcedi insidethe alta rail A'
Sitel urn held an arrange-
r ieint of palms at the end of the "l
aisle in the back' of the .
i. ctuary. White satin bows
ak. small sago palm branches
etibellished the windows. The
f&nily pews were marked ." .
'. t'h white satin bows. and
p1m branches..
-' guests entered the vestibule .
ofi:the, church where a table
Scyered with a full gathered i A d
.' ol andy cloth held a single :
h' te rose in a brass vase. sv
I es. Sam Rogers registered
't" wedding guests.
I"rs. Billy Heaton presented
aiprogram of organ music
_ich included favorite Mrs. Kevin Phillip Holland
,homns of the, bride. Used as
S,,cpioeessionalwas the "Bridal tiered cake was embossed -Paul Blount, Mrs. Ashley
S' rus' from Lohengrin by white, garnished with pink Costin, Mrs. Jim Harrison,
W gner and recessional was garlands and darker pink M. Daisy Johnson, Mrs. Cliff
wedding g March" from a Mid roses. White columns sepa- Sanborn, Mrs. Jesse Stone,
*' mmer Night's Dream rated the top layer from the Mrs. Fred Sutton, Mrs. Roy
(Mendelsohn). other two layers. Among the Taylor, and Miss Barbara
-Miss Sydna Anchors, sister columns were four cupids. A Whitfield.
of the bride, sang '"Whither white wedding bell enclosed in The rehearsal dinner was
:'"hou Goest" and "The a dainty heart with net was held at the St. Joe Garden
iTwelfth of Never", accom- placed on the top. The bride Center and was catered by the
sed by Mrs. Heamton:.. placed her bouquet in front of St. Joe Garden Club.
.. t',._...h ee he ,.wedding ,party ,and.,
"p-ic.oa.,t rRed ,on.-60of0townir el .atives were.en-,
ko a her .in mai age. silver caind a'6ra hl6ding tertained with a brunch the
.. r formal length gown was of white tapers. Miss PattiSmith morning of the wedding day at
white organza and venise lace. and Mrs. John Lewis, cousins the beach cottage of Mrs.
T'l sweetheart neckline was ofthebride, served the bride's Arnold Daniell. Mrs. Sara
rented with appliques of cake after the initial cutting Fite, Mrs. Laura Geddie, and
SVenise lace. The full bishop by the bride and groom with a Mrs. Doris Whealton served
'- ve full into deep cuffs of ceremonial military sword, as hostesses with Mrs. Dani-
i' ching lace. The sleeves The groom's table was ell.
ie adorned with trims of covered in the same manner
le. Thesoftly gathered skirt as the bride's table. The
t-.-ell into rows of matching lace double layered chocolate cake
shich fell to floor length and featured a white helicopter
& led into the chapel length centered on the top layer. The
rain. The matching matilla groom's cake was served by
ais held together with a juliet Miss Mary Margaret Bray
"qap and fell softly to the and Mrs. Robert Ford.
flpgertips. She carried a bou- The punch table was over-




seh*sed with stephanotis im- and mint dishes. The punch
ported from France and was served 'by Miss Joni
lacked with snow white chan- Shores and Mrs. Frank
teilly lace. The piece was Abbott.
enhanced with white satin Ben Rogers distributed pink
picont ribbon throughout end- rice from an antique silver
ihg in streamers tied in love basket.
iknots. The bride left for her
SServing the bride as maid of honeymoon in her wedding
honor was Miss Sydna An- gown. Barbara Denise Benjamin
chors, her sister. Bridesmaids After a wedding trip, the
*.ere Misses Holly and Heidi couple resides in Pensacola. [iss Be j HIamin
Holland. sisters of the groom. Mrs. Walter Johnson co-
'They were gowned'alike in ordinated the reception. Host- Weds Willie
: lush colored floor length esses were Mrs. Ferrell Allen,
gowns of quiana jersey. A high Mrs. Billy Barlow. Mrs. Paul Jge c r
dise fitted bodice was ac- Blount. Mrs. James Bray., a es cNair
&ented with a front and back Mrs. Benny Roberts, Mrs. Mrs. Margie Kelly and
Grecian drape trimmed with Jesse Stone and Miss Barbara Willie Lee Benjamin are
dilk venise lace at the shoul- Whitfield. Wl e e ar
dels. Mrs. Elsie Griffin, Mrs. proud to announce the mar-
SThe maid of honor carried Marvin Huie and Mrs. Bessie bara Denise Benjamin, to
tw white Hawaiian bouquet Nedley decorated for the WillieJara Des McNair, Jr., son
orehids encircled with white wedding and reception. of Mr. and Mrs. Willie James
gi~mum buttons andd bk Pre-nuptial parties for the McNair, Sr.. of Port St. Joe.
'.as tied in streamers of white party at the home of Mrs. on Saturday, September 26,
gicont ribbon tied in love Robert Nedley on July 27. 6:00 p.m. at 171 ltth Street,
knots. The bridesmaid's bou- Serving as hostess with Mrs. Apalachicola.
els were identical to that of Nedley was Miss Denise Wil- No invitations are being
the rtmaid of honor with a single liams, sent. Everyone is invited to
lawaiiap bouquet orchid. On July 28, a bridal lunch- attend.
t:The groom was attended by
piis :father, Donald Robert
I(olland, as best man. Usher-
"roomsmen were Lieutenant SA Y I T W1 7
Junior Grade Robert Ford and
l~iiign Michael Malis. They Rainbow of Colors
ig. .re attired in service dress
f'or her daughter'swedding, Roses .. ...
mauve crepe. Mrs: Holland DO
shiected a dress of magenta
jilana jersey. They wore Doz. range
dbirsages of Hawaiian bouquet
drhids. Shop Us for You
Mi~rs. Laura Geddie served


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Raymond Jones Memorial
Chapel at the First United
Methodist Church of Panama'
City. Dr. Rex Mixon will
officiate. A reception will
follow in the fellowship hall of
the church.
All friends and relatives of
the couple are invited to
attend. .


Double Ring Rites Unite


Hope Lyles, Fred Carr


Double ring wedding vows
uniting Kathleen .Hope Lyles
and Fred Russell.Carr were
pledged.on the afternoon of
July 18 at the Overstreet Bible
Church. Guy Middleton, god-
father of the bridb, officiated
at the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. WilliapnLyles of
Overstreet. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. a'd Mrs.
Richard Carr, also. qf Over-
street.
Nuptial music was pre-
sented -by Miss Melinda
McArdle, organist and Miss
Dee Dee Wright, soloist.
The bride was.-given in
marriage by her parents and
escorted to the altar by her
father. Her wedding gown
featured a fitted bodice with
full length sleeves of tulle
appliqued with lace accented
with seed pearls and crystal
beads. The A-line silhouette
skirt of white chiffon flowed to
floor length and was encircled
by.' perl and. crystal embrod,
a chapel train' For ir
headpiece the bride chose a
pearl and crystal tiaraladorn-
ed with a chapel-length veil of
illusion bordered with pearl
and crystal embroidered lace.
Her bouquet was of white and
yellow roses and daisies.
Miss Francis Le Hardy
served as Maid of Honor.
Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Robert Lyles, sister-in-law of
the bride, Miss Staci Angerer,
Miss Renea Barton and Miss
Shanna Wood. The flower girl
was Miss Rebecca Carr, sister
of the bridegroom.
Richard Carr, father of the
bridegroom served as best
man. Usher-groomsmen were
Terry Carr, brother of 'the
bridegroom, Robert Lyles,
brother of the bride, Parion
Mims, and Eric Clenny.
Robert Carr, brother of the
bridegroom, served as ring-
bearer. The wedding was
directed by Mrs. Paul Pierce.
A reception given by the
parents of the bridal couple
was held at the home of the
bride. Greeting guests ,were
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Angerer
of Mexico Beach, Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Owens of Enter-
prise, Ala and Mrs. Guy
Middleton of Panama City.
Assisting at the reception
were Mrs. Terry Carr, and
Mrs. Gary Lewis of Enter-
prise, Ala. who served the
wedding -cake, Miss Debbi
Middleton, who served the
groom's cake and Miss
Christy Angerer who kept the
bride's book. Serving .the
punch was Miss Brandy Wood
The couple will reside in
Sumter, South Carolina where
the groom is stationed at Shaw
Air Force Base.
Out of town guests were
Mrs. Thelma Trolliet, grand-
mother of the bride, Mrs.
Norma Schulz, Mrs James


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Lyles, all of St. Louis, Mo.;
Mr. 'and Mrs. Martin Gram-
lick and Marty of Belleville,
Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse.
Seymore, Jimmy and Lauri-
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Owens, and Mr. and Mrs.
Gary Lewis, all of Enterprise,
Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Peacock from Waycross, Ga.


A rehearsal dinner was held
at the Fellowship Hall of the
Overstreet Bible Church,
hosted by the bridegroom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Carr.
Prenuptial parties were
given by Mrs. Carl Guilford,
Mrs. James Guilford, Mrs.
Michael Angerer, Mrs.
Thomas Wood and Miss Fran-
cis Le Hardy.


Mrs.,Sto,

Members and guests of the
St. Joe Garden Club met on
Thursday, September 10 at a
covered dish luncheon meet-
ing, in the clubhouse. Mrs.
Nobie Stone was guest speak-
er and her subject, "Ways of a
Good Meeting", following
Roberts Rules of Parlia-
mentary Law and Procedure.
was interesting and informa-
tive.

P il Prim Hitre
Wonpe 's Day
The Women of Philadelphia
Primitive Baptist Church will
celebrate its annual Women's
Day Sunday, September 20.
This year's theme is, "'To-
day's Women Working for
Love and Christian Service".
Guest speaker will be Mis-
sionary Lavola Miller of Bris-
tol. Services will begin with
Sunday School at 9:45, mor-
ning service at 11:00 and
evening services at 6:00 p.m.
. The evening service will
feature a skit., "Good vs.
Evil"


ne Speaker

For the October "8th meet- who are
ing, guest speaker will be uneventi
Eddie Nesmith, Curator of the The S
State Memorial and Park at were Jo
Fort Gadsden. His subject, Ann Till
'Strange '.. Happenings," October
should prove most entertain- Elizabe
ing,' All members and their Sowers,
guests are urged to attend. Arrange
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PAGE FIVE .


Dorothy Boykins, Lawrence Govan Married


Dorothy Boykins and Law-
rence Govan were united in
marriage on August I at 4:00
p.m: at the Holy Alternative
Church of God in Christ,
Pensacola.
Mother of the bride is Vinia
Mae Boykins, 250 Avenue C,
Port St. Joe' and mother of the
groom is Willie Mae Govan of
New Orleans, La.
Elder W.-R. Nesbitt was the
officiating clergyman.
The bride's gown was of


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proclarmiation for the Daughters- of th on Iarcli 4, 1789. The United. States will,
American Revolution, proclaiming Septem- celebrate the 200th anniversary of the
ber 17-23 as Constitution Week in Port St. Joe. drafting of the Constitution in 1987.
SShown with Pate are Mrs. CharlesBrown,., The'proclamation parks,the date of the
Sleft,"Regebt of St. Josepl Bay'Cpter, draftil h' U;ittiitio'y ecogiziig its'
Daughers of the American Revolution and anniversary and'serves to impress citizens of
Mrs. GeorgeSuber, Chairman of Constitution the Unitd States of this document which has
Week foir the organization. served the nation is an example of'how free
The special week was declared by men may live together for the life of the
President Ronald Reagan last week as an nation:
annual project of the Daughters of American 'The proclamation urges all citizens to pay
Revolution. special', attention 'during- the week to the .
The-DAR recognizes the signing of the Federal Constitution a2nd the advantages of
Constitution each year on its. signing date, .Anerican citizenship which it guarantees'
September 17, i787. The document was later .. -Star photo


Miss Donna ILord

Lord

Scott

Sto Wed
William Sim Scott, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Scott of
Marianna, is a..former 17 yeai
resident of Port St. Joe.
William's selected bride,
Donna Ruth Lord, is the
daughter of.Mrs.-Edna Lord of
Altha and Mr. Emmett Lord of
Lakeland.' She is the grand-
*'; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Clemmons of Altha and the
late Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lord of
Red Level, Alabama. The.
bride-elect is a 1981 graduate
of Altha High School.
The prospective .groom is
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Ivey Daniels of Marianna and
the late Mr. and Mrs. W.L.'
Scott of Alford.'
Miss Lord is presently em-
ployed 'in the office of Dr.
( Robert A. Hoff in Marianna.
Mr. Scott is self-employed
as a farmer.
Wedding plans will be an-
nounced at a later date.


Cub Scouts

Registrations

STonight att .
Now, is the chance for 'allH
eight, nine and ten. yeai ,6ld
boys to join the Cub Scouts.
-Registration for Cub .Scouts
Uill be held Thursday, Sep-
tember 17 at 7:00 p.m.(EST) ..
at Port St. Joe Elenrentary,
S.hp..l. Mbrar.,.,- ; .
Parents or guardians must
" be present with their sons to
register and pay. fees.. Local
leaders will be present to
p provide information on the
program.
Fun, adventure and purpose
are all a part of the Cub Scouts
program. Parents with fur-
'ther questions' may' call the
Cubmaster, Mike Groos, at
227-1171.


Great Time of Singing and Preaching
JoirnUs for Every Service .

JOIN US FOR WORSHIP


BIBLE STUDY . . . . . . .
MORNING WORSHIP ...................
CHURCH TRAINING .....................
EVENING WORSHIP ....................
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white lace with the
neckline highlighted
pearls. The gown feati
floor length veil compo
three layers of lace
bouquet was composed
and white daisies tied
pink ribbon.
Matron of Honor was
Jeanette McGee, sister
bride Miss Viletta E
friend of the bride, ser
Maid of Honor. Brides
were Cynthia Haw
Sharon Boykins, Barba


Proud Parents
Mr. and Mrs.' Marleh Taylor ;.
are happy to announce the
birth of a daughter,..Ginger
Nicole Taylor, on. Sept.. 8,
weighing' 6 1bs. 4. oz. at Gulf
Coast: Community Hospital.' ,
, Ginger is the granddaughter
'of Mr. and. Mrs. Houstn
Ra isey ahid Bobby and Joyce
Taylor, great granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor,
Mr. and Mrs.' George Ramsey
and Mrs. Ruby Bell, and the
great great granddaughter of -
Mrs. Clara Sapp. "


e low drews, and Rose Davis. Their
with dresses were pink and green,
ured a featuring a low neckline. They
>sed of carried white fans with pink
. Her and green roses.
of pink Flower girls were Faye
d with Rodgers and Debbie Davis.
They were dressed in green
s Mrs. trimmed in white lace, the
of the round neckline accented with
Iryant. a white ribbon.
ved as Wendell McCullugh served
smaids as Best Man. Ushers were
thone. James Rodgers. Glen McGee.
ra An- Kenneth Johnson. Charles
Brendon. Patrick Govan and
Clearance Govan. Jr. Torey
Brye was Ringbearer
A reception was held at
Fricker Recreation Center
following the ceremony.
The bride is a graduate of
Port St. Joe High School.


Ginger Nicole Taylor OUUU U II


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Port St. Joe


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PERCENTAGE Just 3 or 4 percent more, over a 20 year period, amounts to
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Here are some facts for you to consider. If you sign a
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The groom is a graduate of
Jefferson High School in New
Orleans, La. and is now


serving in the United States
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Station, where the couple will
be residing for the next eight'
months.


First United

Methodist Church

Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe. Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL ................ 9:45 A M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................ 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ... ..... ........... 7:30P.M.
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SCanpbell's Drug Sto
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Call 227-1224 Nights & Holidays 648.

Carr's Auto Sales
Phone 229 6961

Citizens's Federal Savin
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Phone 227-1416

S Comforter Funeral Horn
i Wewahitchka 639-2271 Port St Joe 22

Butler's Rest. & Loung
Come by After the Game Phone 227

-'. COSTIN'S
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Danley Furniture C
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David Rich's IGA
Customers Are Our Greatest Assei
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka

Driesbach's Cleanei
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Earley's Hardware
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Sept. 18 ... Havana H
Sept. 25 .... Wewa H
Oct. 2 Apalachicola H
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Oct. 16 Blountstown H
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Ralph & Henry's Chevron
113 Monument Ave. Phone 227.1453

Hedy's Florist
Flowers for Every Occasion

Hannon Insurance
and Real Estate 227-1133

Highland View Motors
603 Hwy 98 at Highland View

The Homestead
Fireplaces Accessories
Outdoor furniture 107 Second Street

Miller Agency, Inc.
Chevron Products Phone 229-8081

Pate's Service Center
Firestone & Michelin Tires 227-1291

Pauline's
Specializing In Homemade Desserts
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Clothing for Ladies and Children

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Buzzett's Drug Store
Your Rexall Store Plenty of Free Parking
317 Williams Ave. Phone 229-8771

Gilmore Funeral Home
Dignified, Professional Service
Port St. Joe 229-8111 Wewa 639-5602

Renfro Auto Parts
Phone 229-6013

Roche Furniture
209 Reid Avenue Phone 227-1730

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St. Joe Auto Parts
NAPA Phone 229-8222

St. Joe Drugs
Call 227-1723 for Prescription Needs

St. Joe Furniture
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PAGE SEVEN


Sharks Fall to Walon, 27-0, After Slow Beginning
Shark,,- Fa'. : r .Be


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Shark defense and rambled up
the middle for 40 yards and the
Braves' third touchdown of
the first period.
The Sharks only sign of
serious life in the first period
was a fine 20 yard diving pass
play to Kip Altstaetter good


for 20 yards and the Sharks
only first down of the period'
In the second period the
Sharks showed of coming to
life as they chalked up three
first downs to only one for the
Braves The big difference
was the Braves used their lone


first down to keep a drive alive
and put their third score on the
board on a 22 Nard run by
McLendon in the middle of the
period
The Sharks started driving
late in the first half, sparked
by an 18 yard Adkison pass to


Port St. -Joe and
gh each played a h
iday night, as both
ened up their 198


S,Gators Trounce



p alachicola, 40-0

" Senior quarterback Tir'm road for the second week in a Cottondale to meet the Hor-
- ce Ishied'for .461 .ards. o -~ row tomorrow, travelling to ,nets. ,


jouchddwns Friday night as
.Wewahitchka beat Apalachi-
.'ola 40-0 in the oyster'city.
': Price, moved from flanker
'fast spring; scored on runs of
32, 21 and 43 yards as the
-Gators stopped the Sharks
itrom scoring for .the third
straightt yehr. Fullback Har-
..d Williams ,picked up 86
:yards in! 10 'carries and
.Andrew Gainer rushed for 56
:'ards. :
The Gator defense held
-;Apalachicola to 22 total yards,
.one first'down and took away
Ehree fumbles. The Sharks
*-never passed midfield.
In the first quarter, Price
Scored on.a 72-yard scamper.
:Williams started the second
-.quarter with a 36-yard run and
"'Price added the. kick. Price
-.then made it 20-0 with his 21
.yard score. Before the half
ended, senior fullback Steve
; Stripling scored on a 35-yard
Stun. Stripling was the Big
-Bend's leading 'scorer last
year until he injured his arm
jin the third game of the year.
In the second half, Price
.scoredon a 13-yard run and
Gainer made it 38-0 on an
) 1-yard. run. Chris Thomas
f finished the scoring with a run
or two points after Gainer's
-touchdown.
) Wewahitchka, which finish-
:.d 4-6 Irst year, is 1-0.
:i.palachicola, which finished
-8 last year, is 0-1.
: GATORSON ROAD
'The Gators will be on the


After the

; Ball Game

CFellowship

-" Area church youth leaders
"have planned fifth quarter
.fellowships again this year to
"1e held after all home football
games.
;: All youth, grades seven
: through college are invited to
join in the fellowships which
:.'-have plans to be even more
:exciting than last year.
Long, Avenue Baptist
-=Church will be sponsoring the
first fifth quarter this Friday,
.:September 18, after the first
:,home game.
"Pizza and games will be
"Ahe order of business after the
W'-big win over Havana Friday
night", according to Mark
:-'Donnell, minister of music
..'and youth at Long Avenue.
A different church will
sponsor each fifth quarter
fellowship. Admission is free.


Taylor Says the



Team Is Hurting


Football coach Wayne Tay-
lor gave his annual "State of
the Team" address to the
Rotary Club last Thursday,.
and' introduced three of the
new coaches at the High
School.
Taylor introduced Shaw
Maddox, a native of La-
Grange, Georgia; John Hicks
of Chipley and Duane Fisher
of Hastings.
Foremost on Taylor's list of
things to come was a lament
over the injury to Ashley
Abrams. "Ashley has played
football for five years and
has never been hurt. Now he is
a senior and a definite college
prospect and he has suffered a
broken collar bone which will
keep him out for at least five
to six weeks", the head
football mentor said.
Taylor listed as other mi-
nuses on this year's team as a
problem Ernie Bryan has
been' having with headaches,
although tests show nothing
wrong. Other deficits include
a lack of depth in the
backfield. "Both these boys
are fixtures in the backfield
and their problems have made
us very thin there. If we get
someone else hurt, the whole
team will be hurting".
Taylor said the team this
year had more depth and
experience in the line, but
even that may be eroded
somewhat as veteran linemen
are shifted to the backfield to
make up the vacancies which
might occur there.
As a whole, Taylor said
several of the team members
are not in the best of shape as


the season begins this year.
"We have-a lack of seed and
depth, 'with only five juniors
and seven sophomores .back-
inrg up the 15 seniors on the
team", Tayl'r said.
This year Port St. Joe will
play in one of 16 districts along
with Wakulla, BIlountstown
and Apalachicola. "We have
changed from the eight dis-
trict make-up of last year",
Taylor said. He also reported
that only district games play-
ed would count toward the
play-offs.
Guests of the club were
Harvey Cotton of Tallahassee,
and Wheelettes Tamy Robin-
son and'Ann Smith.' "


County School.

Lunch Menu
Monday,.Sept.21i
Barbeque beef on a bun,
French fries, orange juice,
cake and miiilk.
Tuesday, Sept. 22
. Battered dipped fish. cab-
bage slaw, baked beans, hush
puppy and milk. .
SWednesday' Sept. 23
Spaghetti with meat sauce,
green be ns, tossed salad.,
buttered r6ll and milk.
Thursday, Sept.:24
Chicken, rice'with gravy,
turnip, greens., spiced 'beets,
cornbread and milk.
Friday, Sept. 25
Hot dog, French'fries. sliced
peaches vith peanut granules,
cinnamon crispy and milk.
menus are subject to change
due to the availability of foods.


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

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


Ernie Bryan comes in low against win did
Walton's hard-running Nate Baldwin. Bald- Braves.


We Make

Mistakes

It's almost impossible to put
out a paper without errors
creeping in somewhere.
Recently, The Star has
made two which need correct-
ing.
Recently, The Star listed the
names of the new Gulf County
Regional Library Board. The
only problem was that in
listing the names of the board
menibers, the names of Mrs.
Jimmy McNeill and Mrs.
Kenneth Whitfield were left
out.
The other mistake came last
week, when The Star mist-
kenly identified Bill Harper as
Bill Harcus in a story concern-
ing the White City water
project.
The Star regrets these
errors

Band Calenders
Band students are selling
1981 calendars. If you were not
contacted Monday night and
would like to order one, please
call Barbara Creel at 648-8928
or Bunny Miller at 229-8819


Highland View

PTA TO Meet
Highland View Elementary
School will hold its first P.T.A.
meeting for 1981 at 7:30 p.m.,
on September 23rd in the
school' auditorium.
This. is an important, meet-
ing and all members are
urged to attend.

Welding Class

Selling Candy.
The Welding II VICA Club of
Port St. Joe-is selling M&M's
candy for .50 per box. See the
following welders: John Whit-
ing, Joe Bush, Jerry Filmiore,
Billy Deeson, Freddy Nobles,
Gilbert Givens, John Fowler
or Bill Parker, Instructor.


NOTICE
Sylvachem is currently
looking for laborers for-the
Port. St. Joe plant. Must be
reliable and have a good work
record. Apply in person Tues-
day, September 22, 1981 be-
tween 8:00 a.m.. and 5:00 p.m.
All -former applicants must
re-apply.


most of the ball carrying for the
-Star photo


Altstaetter and running by
Alan Sisk. Adkison had Kevin
Nachtsheim open on the Brave
10 yard line, but Rod Crystal
jumped up at the last minute
and deflected the pass for the
Braves cutting off a potential
Shark score.
The second half was another
ballgame for the Sharks. They
came out roaring on defense,
but were still unable to put
together an offense which
could carry them into the end
zone. even though they got
within 10 yards twice.
The Braves attempted to get
going again in the middle of
the third quarter, but Alan
Sisk, Adrian Lewis and Jake
Tankersley put the rush on


McLendon and set him back
three times in one series of
downs. As this series ended,
after the sparkling defense of
the Sharks and Brave penal-
ties, the Braves had 40 yards
to go for a first on third down.
At the quarter break, the
Sharks were driving and had
the ball on the Brave eight.
Adkison unloaded on a cross-
over pass into the end zone to
Nachtsheim, who dropped the
ball, ending the Sharks best
opportunity to score.
FRIDAY'S GAME
Tomorrow night, the Sharks
will open their home season at
Shark Stadium, when they
meet the Havana Gladiators
at 8:00 p.m.


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Walton season in DeFuniak Springs. football in the first half and
alf last The only difference was that the Sharks failed to score
I teams the Braves put 27 points on the- while they were playing in the
81 grid board while they were playing second half.
The Braves rode the quick
running of quarterback Lau-
trice McLendon and back
Nate Baldwin and Randall
Coleman to put 27 points on the
board to blank the Sharks.
The Sharks seemed to oe
trying to re-group Friday
night to fill up the gap left by
Ashley Abrams, who was
injured the week before at the
end of the jamboree in
Blountstown. The Sharks had
been depending heavily on
Abrams to anchor their of-
fense, which never really got
started Friday.
The Sharks started off the
game with an offense which
appeared as if it would
generate some yardage. The
Sharks hadenough yards for a
first dowi twice on the first
series of' plays, but penalties
nullified the gains and the
Sharks never did mount a
serious offensive threat again
in the' first'half.'
In the meantime, the Braves
marched 60 yards down the
field in .sik play, to.put the
first pbints.on the bpoard,with
;s. aridi-a lialf mnu iIid&left in
the period. Qkua i balck Mc-
Lendon took fhe ball'bVef from
the one 'foot line '.for the
Braves' score. Greg Brack
kicked his first of three extra
points for'the'night to give Ohe
Bravesall ihey iteeded to win.
,On their next session, the
BiVes"jiim~ied. ith' score-
board 'again, wh6n MccLendon
hit Ronnie'.Bell withil 77 yard
pas play for,'heir second TD
n the firist'period with 2:39 left
.fimthe'-pen~d
.. Then. as the first quarter
eeps his stide as he runs under a Chris was. winding dowh, Baldwin
-. --.-Star photo bioke.ose-froim th e lose


Andy Wilkerson rambles around end- him. -Star photo
Friday night as the Walton Braves close in on, .


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HIGHLAND VIEW

METHODIST CHURCH
Corner 4th & Parker Ave.
Invites You to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ....... . 10.00 A.M
MORNING WORSHIP .. 11.00 A.M
EVENING WORSHIP 600 P M
WEDNESDAY ... 7:30 P- yer Meetings
Nursery Provided


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Any medicine powerful enough to treat a disease
or discomfort effectively, also has some potential
Sfor harm. This is particularly true of many of the
new" drugs, including some which may be
dispensed without a prescription.
That is why it is important for every family to
have a personal family uihyscian and pharmacy to
take care of them. Cooperating with physicians for
the better health of their patientshas beenour chief
duty for a long time. We will welcome you selecting
us to be yourpersonal pharmacy.
"A GREAT MANY-TEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptionsn, "health needs and other
pharmacy' products..; We consider this trust ,
privilege and a duty. May 'we be your personal
'. family pharmacy?'." '
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BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
Free Parking- Drive-In Window
229-877j 31'7 ,illiams Ave. Port St. Joe


Fla. THURSDAY. SEPT. 17, 1981


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Eric and Derrick Gainer
Phyllis Gainer of Port St.
Joe would like to announce the
births of her twin brothers,
Eric and Derrick, born August
25 in St Petersburg. They are
the sons of Willie and Joyce
Gainer of St. Petersburg, the
grandsons of Mrs. Bessie
Faison and the late Nathaniel
Bewey, Sr. and Mrs Essie
Mae Gainer and the late Jerry
Gainer, and also the great
grandsons of Mr and Mrs.
Dempsey Longmire. all of
Port St. Joe.
Russell Aaron Knee
Mr and Mrs. Robert E.
Knee wish,to announce the
birth of their son. Russell
Aaron. Russell was born Sep-
tember 9, at Gulf Coast
Community Hospital. He
weighed 6 lbs. 9 oz.
His grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Robert G. Hutchin-
- sonof Port St.-Joe and Mr. and
Mrs. Billy E. Knee of Wewa-
hitchka.


-r'w '7 .J ... r '
of Port St. i Margaret Biggs.
on sor. 'Mrs. .
S' "- r ,


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1ganizesAt.S
lth- -te advent of.a hew' interestireading,,appreciat- dent; Kevin Nachtsheim,
iyeoarere esonme, ringand writing poetry, Mem- Vice-President; Mari Harri-
lui and a os bership iipei till students son, Secretary; Jim Brown,
r.St i'. Figrades seven through Treastirer Viirginia Gray, Re-
l: Oe 6'6f thdse .is'-the t .wel ve pottei'. Sponsor of the club is
Pegasus trClub Officers of the club are: Mrs. Iargaret' Biggs. .
se .goal is to'-'rbmote .Marjorie Schoelles '.Presi- there & iheimbers include

Id
o0 d Sta m Chang-es.
V.k Ef"-ec' 'Oc tb' F i r

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I IMajor cli" iges n food fits; drop strikers from the
;stamp:eligilBility rules and" program; prorate the'initial
'benfi'thali the President riinrith's' benefits' of new re-
recently signed into law will- l ipients from 'the date of
be'gin takin~ffect Octoberi1, application; "delay cost of
accordithft:G. William Hoag- living adjustments in the
land;, 'Admfnistfiatorof' the- Thrifty Food Plan used for
pS..Departiient 6f'Agricul-:- calculating food stamp bene-
ures Food andNutrition- fitasid delay and reducecost
;.. c:rieCang seqlired by ofAiv.ing adjustments in the
S th'Ohihib'Uis Reconiliatidon, deductionsahllowed from gross
'ct 'of' '9l'9 afe aimed' al iincome in. determining bene-
..-aving,$17- billion in'fedeial fits:-
'costs "for ; the' food stamp Three additional rulemak-
program in 'fiscal year '1981 ing packages will follow,
a V'hich'begins October 1. Hdaglarid said. Those pack-
g'. Hoagland-'announced 'the ages will coier new fraud and.
.fimetableiorimpIemienting ab iuse'penalties, provisions to
-,R'the changes in a speech before provide.Puerto Rico' with a
II'.the National.'Council of State numitrition 'block grant and
P';.Public Welfare Ad'mihistra- procedures for a monthly
tors meeting in Detroit., reporting andretrospective
The new rules, based on accoufiting.system mandated
-'.provisions of the'Omnibus for state' welfare agencies
Reconciliation Act of 1981, responsible for admhinistering
.must be implemented swiftly, the fold stamp program:
'. Hoaglknd said, to' achieve the Hoaglafid said 'proposed
projected savings and operate rules'on fraud penalties and
,. the program; within the claims collectioni- procedures
amountnt C6ngress ,appr"pi- wil be published in "October
i 'ies ind' to' avoid' .benefiti4 for public comment, with final
Seduction. ." rules expected early next
i Hoagland said .tie package year. He added that proposed
of'rules-"to be published' in rules for establishing retro-
September ahd taki effect selective accounting and
'' October 1 will include provi- monthly reporting systems
'!' sion"-,to: remove higher in- will be published by the end of
c6me .households from the 1981.' States are required to
,. pi-ogiram or reduce their bene- have those in place by October
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1983.
The regulations governing
the new block grant for Puerto
Rico will:be issued later this
year. 'he plar of operation is
due in April 1982, to go into
effect-in July 1982.
Hoiagland said that congres-
sional action on the food
stamp program is not com-
plete with the passage of the
Reconciliation Act. In Septem-
ber Congress' must complete-
action on food stamp reau-
thorization legislation in the
House and on food stamp
appropriations in the Senate.


ChangeAddressWith Dead Heads


People in the Gulf County
area who receive Social Se-
curity benefits have important
responsibilities to report
events that may affect the
receipt of or the amount of
their monthly checks David
Robinson. Social Security
Field Representative for Gulf
County. said recently.
Any change should be re-
ported promptly so that
checks can be stopped or
started with as little incon-
venience to the person as
possible In addition, a person
could also be penalized some
checks if a change is not
reported promptly. Mr Robin-
son said
Changes that must be re-
ported are:
Change in mailing address
The post office should also be
notified. Earnings of more
than the annual limit-in 1981,
$4,080 for people under 65 and
$5.500 for people 65 and over. A
person goes outside,the United
* States or works outside the


even embarrassed by the fact.
How many of you moved
here but left your church
membership some other
.place? And, you feel no
remorse over it?
Churches have their Judas-
es and Jezebels but churches
contribute much to the moral
and ethical climate of a
community 'Then, the,
churches major on the spir-
itual priorities .in the: com-
munitv It would be a bitter
day for the churches if there


LU S Divorce or annulment of
marriage Marriage Adoption
,of a child Child leaves the
care of a parent Child nearing
18 is a full time student or is
disabled Change in school
attendance for student 18.22 If
a person becomes unable to
manage his or her own funds
if a person receiving benefits
dies.
More information about re-
porting can be obtained at the
Panama City Social Security
office

CARD OF THANKS
We would like to thank each
and everyone for the kindness
shown during the illness and
death of our loved one. for the
food. flowers and prayers.
Especially the Highland View
Church of God who stood by
us 'til the end and to Com-
forter Funeral Home.
May God bless each and
every one of you.
The Family of
Steve D. Thompson


Births Changeof Status


City

(Continued From Page I)
burials in the confines, to
allow for a minimum of
maintenance which would be
taken care ,of by the city.
Present plans are to place
the money paid for lots in the
cemetery in interest bearing
notes, with the interest earned
to pay for the. maintenance
work.
:. OTHER BUSINESS
n other items of business,
the Commission:
-Agreed to allow water
treatment plant foreman Tom
Burch to take his accrued 12
weeks of sick leave as vaca-
tion time prior to his retire-
ment.. Burch is planning to
retire before the year is out.
-Agreed to meet with re-
resentatives of St. Joseph
Land and Development Com-
pany Friday morning at 8:30
to discuss placing water and
-Starphoto sewer services in a new
-Star photo subdivision which will be
opened just north of Oak
Grove on Gautier Lane.
-Agreed to survey street
needs in Forest Hill Cemetery.


school


Rosa I.ee Clark, Michael
'Bouington, Lori Gregg, Cyn-
thia Miller, Nikki Smith, Pat-
"rick May, Brent Moore, Ann
Phillips, and David Thomp-
son.
Club members selected
Pegasus as part of their name
because of the mythological
winged, horse that symbolizes
poetic inspiration; they chose
purple for two reasons: bne, it
is one of their school colors
and it also is symbolic of
royalty.
Most of the members are in
state competition now. for the
Student Award given by the
Florida- State Poets Associa-
tion. Two members, Virginia
Gray and Jim Brown, re-
ceived awards nationally this
summer.
Poetry readings, contests,
and workshops. are the pri-
mary activities of the club.
Most meetings are held at
school during the lunch hour,
but some will be held at night
throughout the year. A major
project of the club will be the
writing of a chapbook of
poetry.


First

Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227.1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .. .. 10.00 A.M
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS 1100 A M
Study in the Gospels. Wednesday 7.00-7 45
Welcome to Everyone
JOHN M. STUART. Pastor
Phone 229-6857



* HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH


Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.


Welcome Friend


SUNDAY SCHOOL ......
WORSHIP SERVICE .
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday)
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday)


Nursery Provided


9 45 A.M
11-00 AM &7:30 P..M
6 30 P M
7 30 P.


BRO. JERRY REGISTER


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on prices, where to shop and sales!



GT 67% of Weekly readers surveyed read the Classifieds!


n 84% of Weekly readers surveyed read the other Advertisements!


80i of Weekly readers surveyed read Advertising Instm !


72.5% of Weekly readers surveyed read Grocery Ads before shopping!


Over 40% of Weekly readers surveyed read Clothing Ads before buying!


70% of Weekly readers surveyed read Real Estate ads when buying!

EDITORIAL FIGURES:

51% of Weekly readers surveyed get most information on State Events

from their newspapers!-

72.5% of Weekly readers surveyed get most Loall Information from

their newspapers!


As with other surveys, newspapers didn't win every category in competition with

other media. But, THESE STATISTICS DO SHOW VERY POSITIVE EDITORIAL

AND SALES DATA FOR WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS.





THIS IS WHY WE FEEL WE ARE IMPORTANT TO YOUI




THE STAR..


Phone 227-1278


(Continued From Page 2)


were not so many dead heads
aboard.
Who would want to live in
any community where the
power and influence of Christ-
ianity and her churches had.
not reached? But many un-
churched and dead heads are
reaping the benefits of Christ-
ianity without lifting a finger
to help it along.
.'So, as you watch the world
go by, why not stop being a
dead head and start carrying
your part of the load?


ntact
ant em-
kera and
int's 130
ided a
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the con-
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plants,



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'lations.

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Inactive church members
have their reasons for being
inactive. Some drifted away..
Some were offended. Some
didn't get anything out of
anything- perhaps because
they didn't put anything into
it. But they are not even
embarrassed to, be a dead
head.
One man said. I think it is a
shame to drag a mandown the
church, aisle: for his funeral
after he dies when you
couldn't get him inside the,
church while he was alive.'" If
you want to know that man's
name. I'll be glad to tell you;
How many of you who read
..these lines are inactive mem-
bers of your church here in
Gulf Count\" And. you are not


Budget

(Continued From Page li
problems with the two wells.
Tuesday night, the Commis-
sion voted to call for bids for
three new vehicles to be paid
for in the budget next y-ar. A
new truck for the water
department and two- police
cars will be purchased if funds
are available for the pur-
chase. Although the City
maintains a sizeable deprecia-
tion fund for this purchase, the
Board attempts to pay for new
vehicles with current reve-
nues if possible, saving the
depreciation fund for unex-
pected expenditures which
have a way of showing up each
and every year.
Clerk Alden Farris has told
the Board that revenues from
federal and siate revenue
sharing sources will be reduc-
ed this year, just as they have
been for the past several
years. To counteract this loss
in revenue, the Commission
has taken the solution of
making most of its services to
the citizens self supporting for
the most part, needing aid
from the general fund only in
some capital expenditure sit-
uations.

A different flavoring for hot
tea: instead of sugar, add a
couple of lemon drops or
hard mint candies. They
melt quickly and keep the
tea tasting clean and brisk.


ALUMINUM


SIDING SPECIAL


i20% off thru Sept.



LOOK ROOMS FOR SALE

Lambert's Aluminum will build
you this giant 12x20' Florida
Room with Aluminum Windows
and Doors.
Completely Main-
tenance Free All
Aluminum Const.
Choice of Colors.

TOTAL PRICE"I

$2795i U


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PRE-SEASON SCREEN ROOMS
s12950o
CARPORTS ALL SIZES AVAILABLE
FINANCING A VAILA BLE


LAMBERT'S ALUMINUM CO.
Phone 763-0978
1316 HARRISON AVE., SUITE 112
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA 32401


7- WHY PEOPLE READ


-_ WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS.


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

SUNDAY SCHOOL. ...... ............ .. 9:30A.M.
, MORNING WORSHIP ............. 1100AM
EVENING WO'RSHIP .....!...... .... ... 6:00 P.M
S"'God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


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TV Single Wrap American Sliced 815
CHEESE FOOD 12oz. -
TV Half Moon Mild Cheddar 8149
LONG HORN CHEESE looz.r
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CHEDDAR CHEESE 1.o1r


Chocolate Chip
TV COOKIES


Peanut Butter
TV COOKIES


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Frozen Shoestring
TV POTATOES


Freezer Queen All Varieties .$169
FROZEN ENTREE'S 2lbs.


TV Frozen
ORANGE JUICE


TV Frozen Sliced
STRAWBERRIES


TV. Frozen
WHIPTOPPING


Ore Ida Frozen,
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For Your Shopping Convenience
Piggly Wiggly Is

OPEN ON SUNDAY
9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
STORE HOURS: M-Th, 8:00 7:00
Fri. & Sat., 8:00 8:00
Sunday, 9:00 6:00
Home Owned & Operated
by Brad Johnson


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PACE TEN TIlE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SEPT. 17. 1981


MSFOSLSRC


'Lots for Sale: acre lots, "Seeing is Believing"!!*
Wewahitchka, Fl. on Transfer Come and see all the bar-
.' RBil. near river (Land's Land- gains! Low, Low prices!! You
ing Road). No down payment, will enjoy this one, ladies.
owner will finance. City water Four different families. Child-
available. $5000 or $71.74 ren, teens, men and women's
monthly at 12 percent for 10 clothing. Toys, games, kitchen
; 'years. Call or write Ben items, and lots of other things.
BI: Wegdon at Rt. 14, Box 370, Come and see us at 1604
T allahassee, Fl 32304. Phone Monument Ave., 9:00 to 4:00
90.4-576-7119. Evenings and Fri. and 9:00 till 2:00 Sat.
weekends, 904-893-30B3.2tc 9-17
YARD SALE: Four fami-
.; Price Red.ced0 3 bdrm lies, Sat., Sept. 19th. 9 A.M. to
brick home, 2 ba., lv. rm., 7 P.M. on Hwy 71 in White
d"h. rm., family rm., City.
Breakfast area, c eh/, range,ing
S rerig., dishwasher, laundry YARD SALE: 104 5th St.,
ra S w/sink; Fla. rm., 2 car Highland View, Saturday,
garagew/opener. 18'36' pool Sept. 19th, 10:00 a.m. until
S- cypress privacy fence, i
allow well pump. Cypress YARD SALE: Saturday,
oAn., neai* schools By appt. Sept.9th from9a.m.to 5 p.m.
i. h-C 4 p01 w., BPe9 Little girls clothes only from
.. .,l dishwrlandr Y A condition. 104 Duval St., Oak



den and kitchen, utility m ., Gro
storage, dbl. carport., g. ie Sary
S screened in bac perch, on 2 eed to ret an apartment.?



screen porch. 17,500. Owner e
will finance. 221 7th St. Cal YARDSALE: t
S 229084 sibefore li:30. tfc7-23
House and two t sale WANTED BY THE FBI:
y, owner in i. 3 Clerk-typists and Stenogra-
-lue Cyin- Yphers. Positions open to male
ies g. c a be and female applicants at FBI
:' toage. Headquarters, Washington,p
Call 8 ., 2294537 or D.C. FBI is an equal oppor-
"day -. tfc 5-21 unity employer. Apply at FBI
Office,. room 213, Federal
Building, 30 West Governmenty


ANTEDTOBUY:Private p.mion. 4 Duval St., Oak
spagty will pay cash for small
S* .'16e or mobile home in Own your own Jean Shop.
xico Beadr ch, St. Joe Beach Offering all the nationally
orsOverstreet. Write P.O. Box w known brands such as Jor-
257, MexioBeach. i atp9 10 dache,.m.Va(idarbil,,jCalyin
Slein, Sedgefield, Leyi andSt.
Need to Buy: HIGH Boy over 70 other brands.
i -with drawers. In good working $12,500.00 includes beginning
F=4id .beforle,5:30.c_ Ca-23

fis. cdtiouse and g tw ol sale WANTED BY THE FBI:




















tiFiday for college. Call no apparel center, training, fix-
later thanThursday. 2294989. tures and Grand Openingr
E T LE R m- Promotions. Call Mr. Wilker-
NED TRDAV L TRAILERa son at Mademoiselle Fash-
-, wtEEDED: at least 17' long ions, 1-800-643-8760.
ei".g with tandeat FBaxle. Have
S organ- addiamond ring to Help Wanted: Waitresseso
t;yde o it. Phone 64f needed (experience prefer-
3." :O tic 9-17 able). Call 227-1386 or 227-






Building, 30 West Government





StrPORTST. JOE ST. JOE BEACH

home. 1% lots., Ireplace. assumable wood lenced yd. Oak & Americus.
mortgage a 9% chain link ence. 47.000 No. 201 and 5:00
caro. Gul Sp.. 3 bdm ba house, on 2
'. t 100 M'r.osa, brick home. 3 bdrm.. 3 lots with fireplace. 16x32 swimming
a. 2-car garage on 2 lots, geo pool, wood yoenced around II, only
Thermal heatingcooling system. No 555.000 No. 202t
102. Court & Alabama 3 bdrm Ba 2
528 7t SL 2 bdrm plus sm ex. rm.. 1 car garage, on 2 lots screened porch
ba., fireplace, big kitchen, screened 8 beautiful swimming pool. t75.000
porch, carport. Owner finance 25'P.O.Bx assumable mortgage No 203such as Jor-

















down, 12% erest. No. 103 Partially dgefinished house 119.000 nd

: 1305 Marvin Ave. 3 bdrm.. 1 ba.. bik. from beach. 3 bdrm 1 ba Ad|a-
home In good location: fenced Bock cen lot also aailable. No 204ds.
wt d.rawers. In good working $12.500. Pineda SI No 205n
4bdrm..2ba.. wth2A. a gasheat.on Cinventoronado S. bdre for. I ba. g am
Sdy for cpll dapes ge al rm.. l no apparel center, m. apt oning, proix-
seeltdngT chain link anced back22 tures and Grand Opening 206

















yd 506 8th St No. 105. tO a n o
'." Promotions 3 bdm. 2 bCall Mr. Wilker-a

















Lg. house. 3bdrm. I/ ba. 17 rmi.. irmng SLn nsioelou On 2 aig
din. rm.. & kitchenom carport. Den and fireplace No 207
menL No. 106. 2 bdrm. 1 ba trailer a. lireDiace. lots
o-s'tor bdiamg.. o fruit trees 1 bWi irom beacni
S e or sore b idg.ncome proper eded (experience 19.000 No 208refer-


Slence, 'i, down, assume mortgage. ArCAGC
Bay Fon 5 acres on stale road 30
VVWEWAHITCHKA n*a Preanells 251 on bay frontage

2avalb 1 a1 mh3 ou00 e. nanc601 Almost 2 acres on Wetappo Creek
pf downtown.May divideinto5acre Shady lot at Howards Cree. 53000
S plots.No.602. .. o.703

CYPRESSLT. JODGE ST. JOE BEACH
5Mimosa03 bdrm.. 1 ba house on g lots.cen
















4 miles lrome Wewa on Dead Lakes. oodnced yd. Oak & Amercus.
m ate campground at 39000ink fence. $47.000 No. 201
carpOwner nance. Lo01. from 4, Gulf t500 o 401 Madson.2 bdrm.1 a partially
St 00er ma other parcelsavailable. No $55.000 furnished. chain link ence 10500


Phone 648-50

E. B. MILLER, REACTOR IKE DUREN

P. 0. BOX 13332- MEXICO BEACH,
S900 HIGHWAY 98- MEXICO BI


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FOR SALE: '73 Gran Torino
Sport. 429, AC, PS, PB,
AM-FM Stereo. $800. 648-
8947. 2tp 9-10
1975 Datsun pickup truck,
good cond., $2,250. Being used
daily. Call 2294-6394 after 6:00.
tfc 8-27
SURPLUS JEEPS, CARS,
TRUCKS. Car-inv. value $2143
sold for $100. For information
on purchasing similar
bargains, call 602-941-8014,
ext. 8636. Phone Call Refun-
dable. 4tp 9-10
1972 Dodge Van Tradesman,
100 V8, auto transm., $950.00.
Call 229-8000 after 5 p.m. or
see at 813 Marvin Ave., Port
St. Joe. tfie6-25
1976 LTD, good cond., auto
transm. 648-5315. tfc 813
1978 F-100 Ford pickup,
short wheel base 2x4, 300 6
cyl., big tires, chrome wheels,
chrome roll bar. 229-8821.
tfc7-9






JOB INFORb MATION:
Alaskan and Overseas em-
ployment. Great income po-
tential. Call 602-941-8014 Dept.
8636. Phone Call refund-
able. 4tp9-17


Christmas is Coming! Shop
at home this year with House
of Lloyd toys and gifts. Gifts
for all ages, with 60 under
$10.00. Individual and party
orders available. Ask how
easily you can receive $20.00
worth of merchandise plus
possible added bonuses.
Call us for a catalogue or for
in(gnration anytime. Carol
tlurha m, 229-66, Port St. Joe
representative, tfc 8-20

Donate blood.






American
Red Ads bring reos

Classified Ads bring results!


MEXICO BEACH
2 acres plus 2 trailers and Ig shed on-
ly 521.500. 3 biks from beach. No.
301.
2 bdrm. duplex. sundeck & good view
of the beach $49,000 owner financ-
ing. 20% down No. 302.
4 bdrm., 2 be cen. hia. Ig. liv m 2
formal din irs.. den wifireplace on 2
lots canal location with boat dock
No 303
Grand Isle. 3 bdrm. 1 ba. wood
privacy fence, can. his w/heal Dump,
Ig. gardenarea, only $48.000. No 30d
1 bdrm duplex on Hwy $38.500, 20,'
down owner finance No 305
2 bdrm 1 ba home overlooKing the
Gulf just across hwy Hwy 98 8 3r0
St 544,000 No 306.
2 barm 1 be almost lurnished
moollb home 521 500 Corner Sin &
Fla No 307
3 bOrm. 2 oa stucco house Il, rm.
din rm & kitchen combo, nice lot par.
tially furnished 547 500 8th St No
308
Nice 2 barm 2 ba nome on Hwy 386
can see Gull from yd 552 000
Only $250 mo rmis on existing mor
Igage. 3 bdrm frame house on ait St
$25.900
Nea I tme water 1 bdrm house
sizeable existing mortgage 531 000
No 311

OVERSTREET
3 barm. 1 ba trailer with attached
trailer also 1 travel trailer. 1 acre of
land $12.500 No 501
3 bdrm.. 1 ba house on 1 acre of land
neat & clean! No 502


11

, REALTOR

FL 32410
EACH


FREE: Two kittens, half
grown, playful and healthy.
Cat lovers need only apply.
229-8019. ltc 9-17

For Sale: 14' Fiberglas boat,
2 swivel seats, 20 h.p. Mercury
plus electric trolling motor.
Galvanized trailer. Price:
$1500. Very good condition.
229-8549. 2tp 9-17

Motorcycle for sale: 1974
Suzuki GT-185. Excellent run-
ner. New battery.. New front
and rear sprockets. Asking
$175.648-5380. ltc 9-17

For sale: Small cast net for
child or woman. About 90
leads. $35.00. Call 229-8188.


For Sale: For quick and
cheap sale, I unfinished 2
bdrm. small house Make
offer and remove house from
Beacon Hill lot in September.
Call 648-5398 or Marianna,
482-7428. 2tc 9-17

For sale: 3-wheel Yamaha,
piano, Sylvania cabinet model
TV,like new. Also China cabi-"
net and china. Call 229-8763 or
648-5381. ltc 9-17

For Sale: 1979 55 H.P'.
Evinrude outboard motor.
Call 227-1398 after 5 p.m.

For Sale: Electric clothes
dryer. Works but needs minor
repair. $35. 227-1242.

For Sale: Mobile home, 12 x
60. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, screened
porch. Good condition. 648-
5302.

For Sale: 14' fiberglas tri-
hull boat; 35 h.p. Mercury
electric and steering, 535
MinnKota trolling motor (foot
cdntrol): Galvanized 'trailer,
battey/,wivvel seats. 229438e
Fleetwood mobile home,
24x60', carpeted floors, 3
bdrm., 2 ba. Call after 5 p.m.,
229-6495. 3tc9-3
Mobile home for sale.
12x60', 2 bdrm., cen. h&a, par-
tially furnished. $5,000. For
more information call 2294167
after 5p.m. tfc 8-27
Couch and recliner. See at
2101 Constitution Dr. or call
229-8700 after 5:00. tfce-13


MONTHLY
RENTALS
MEXICO BEACH
2Ddrm 527500 2bdrm 520000
2 bdrm. 5225 00 I bdrm. 5140 00
4 bdrm $350 00 3 0rm 5275.00
,1 bdrm. $180.00 2bdrm $30000
2 bdrm 516000 3 bdrj. $275 00
BEACON HILL
4 bdrm. 5275.00

GULF AIRE
Spanish design 2 slo-y. 4 borm. 2'-e
pa. Ig oen. liv rm willireplace. dbie
garage 10".% assumable mortgage
Some beautliui lots still available at
ti'" interest. 25'%o down

Jones Homestead
4 bdrm newly remodeled Ig kitchen.
1 "a acres completely chain link fenc-
ed 548500 I

BEACON HILL
3 bdrm I ba mobile nome on 2 lots
completely enclosed A a wooden
fence. 525.000 No 801
1 or 2 barm cottage 3rd Ave near 6tn
St Only 525 000 No 803.
3 oorm. I D3 on 3 lots Ieplace.
newly carpelea $36,000. No.804.

COMMERCIAL
Fully equipped store bldg. on 3/z.
acres on Hwy 30. will finance. No.
401 :'
Convenience store St. Joe Beach.
1.536 sq ft on 1% lots wiconcrele
slab floor for expansion. No 402
2.700 sq II. building on First St. In.
Port St Joe on 3 lots. No. 403.
2 lots on Reid Ave. 60'x90'. No. 404.


ASSOCIATES-
AFTER HOURS
PAULETTA CAMPBELL ... 648-8977
JIM CLEMENT .......... 648-5482
ALISA DUREN ........... 648 5635
BOB & JEAN FALISKI .... 229-6553
RHONDA HEATH ........ 227-1782
MARSHA YOUNG ........ 648-5248 .


Ta-


FOR SALE: Cobra camper,
fully contained. Shower, bath-
room, hot water heater, re-
frigerator, 3-burner stove with
oven, double sinks. Sleeps six.
Run on 110 volt, 12 volt, or LP
gas. $3500. Also sports coats.
size medium, excellent condi-
tion, $10 each. See at 227 24th
Ave., Apalachicola after 5
p.m. or on weekends.
653-8995. 4tc 9-10






For Rent: 3 bdrm. un-
furnished house. 1 blocks off
beach. $275.00 month. 404-461-.
1507 for appointment. 3tp9-17

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. tfc9-3
Thames Hotel, day, weekly,
monthly rates. 302 Reid Ave.
229-8723.






No need for wet 'carpets.
Dry dean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tfoW 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 2296105.
tfc6-4


NOTICE
Your local Chamber of
Commerce is proud to
announce the avallabplty
of a new publication,
"Starting Business Kit",
priced at $11.85, through
the Northwest Florida De-
velopment Center In
Panama City, Florida.
3t-9-3

Have an unwanted Item to
sell? Try the Classified Page


31


CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
SERVICE
Tanks Cleaned and Portelet
Service
229-8007

NEW.!!
MING ROSE GIFT SHOP
All occasion ceramic gifts.
607 Madison St. Margaret
Harper. 227-1245. 5tp9-10


Likely I have painted your
neighbor's house. Do you ap-
preciate a whole town behind
someone's painting? Call Joe
Betsey. Call 433-5356, Pen-
sacola. t10/29
WAUNETA'S
BOOKKEEPING
Complete Bookkeeping Service
Including All Required
Tax Forms
Reasonable Set
Monthly Fee
Wauneta Brewer
116 Monument 229-536
25tp6-11
FOR TRACTOR WORK
Call 2294939 or 6484-
tfc 8-14


NOT[ICE SI


The John C. Gainous Post
10069, Veterans of Foreign
Wars will hold its regular
meeting at the St. Joe Motel,
Port St. Joe, the second Tues-
day and the fourth Thursday
of the month at 7:30 p.m.


There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. Every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
R. C. CHANDLER, W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.

The Disabled American
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6-4

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the-Florida Power Lounge.

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

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


YARD WORK DONE
Mowing, raking, cleaning,
weeding. Phone 229-8952 after
2:00p.m. tfc6-l1

Air Conditioning -Heating -
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-416I
106 Bellamy Circle
tic4-16
BOYER
Billboards & Beyond
Signs ot All Kinds
Interior-Exterior
House Painting
639-2874
tic 8-20.

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


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


Carpentry Work Don
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757


e


tfc 2-2


St. Joseph Bay
Constc






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


Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours)
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 2294803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day

TV & RADIO REPAIR
B&J Electrical &
Electronics
510 1st St., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8075
In Wewa on Tuesdays
tfc7-30


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


CARPENTRY& CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/2294235
tfc 6-4
rMi..: -- .6<


2 .v.


Church Supplies
Music Records Tapes
Rubber Stamps
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Gifts Bibles
Sound Studio Recording
Service
S 7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES

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


C,


EAL ESTATE



ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY,

900 Highway 98 Mexico Beach


A good buy at $12,900. 12% owner

financing available. 523 3rd St.

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

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

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

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


HANNON

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


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. TrHURSDAV'. SEPT. 17. 1981


PAGE TEN











TIHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, SE T. 17, 1981


Juniors and Seniors Getting Ready for ACT Testing

The 1981-82' school year is whether to go on to school, get information for education and On October 17 or April 3, is $8.50. order that students may be assessment of general educa- tional research. Stu
just beginning and juniors and a job, or try to do both. career planning, this national 1982, most local Juniors an It takes students about three familiar with the character tional development, while the ACT Assessment repo
Seniors at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. An important role in stu- program is recommended for Seiiors will take the tests at hours to complete the ACT and format of test items and questionnaire information sent only to those c
High School and other high dents' planning will be played use by student applicants at Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.: 'High Assessment's four exams responses. a copy of a full- focuses on academic and specifically designated
schools across the country are by guidance counselors, par- more than 2,700 colleges and School. The basic student fee (English, math. social studies, length test booklet has been nonacademic accomplish- respective students.
facing some big decisions. ents, friends, and the ACT universities. for using the ACT Assessment and natural sciences). In sent to all high schools. This ments and interests, as well as One of several educ


One of those decisions is
what to do after graduation--


Public
IN.THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
S FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.:
CASE NO.81.150
UNITED PRODUCTS. INC.,
a Florida Corporation.
Plaintiff,
Vs.
VAN JONES and wife ADDIE RUTH
JONES and STEPHEN C. BRIGHT.
Defendants.
SD 'ENOTICEOF ACTION
TO: ADDIE RUTH JONES
Pine Street
Wewahitchka, 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, It
any, to It on WILLIAM M. ATKINSON, JR.,
Plaintiffs attorney, 304 Magnolia Ave..
Suite 4, Panama City, FL 32401 on or
before the 18th day of September. 1981.
and file the original with the Clerk of'this
Court either before service on Plaintiffs
3. attorney or Inmmediately Ihereater other-
wise a defaultwill be entered against you
lor the relief demanded In the complaint
This notlc7 shall be published once.
S* -each week for'tour consecutive weeks In
T. S* '. "e 8tariaB-ewspaper printedat Po' SC" ,
'* J o e F id ri d a 4 1 .'" *,'. ,
DATED this 27th day of August, 1981.
JERRY THOMAS-GATES,
Clerk of the'ClrcuN Court
By: Ist Tonya Allen.
As Deputy Clerk 4t9-3

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE


Assessment Program. De-
signed to provide guidance


Notices
lion of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT'SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date ol the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: September IT.
1981.
Is MARVIN C LEMIEUX.
Personal Representative of the estate of
JAMES ALFRED LEMIEUX.
deceased
Ise WILLIAM J. RISH
303 Fourth Street (P 0 Box 87)
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 8
Attorney for Personal Representative
219-17
NOTICE
Gulf County Senior Citizens
Association is now taking
applications for the following
positions:
CASE MANAGER-This po-
sition requires either R.N. or
Bachelors Degree in Social
Work. This position is full
tinie.'
HOMEMAKER-20 hours
-,.-PERSONAL CARE WORK-
ERt-10 hours per week.
Applications are available
in Port St. Joe Senior Citizens
Office at corner D and Peters
Streets, or in Wewahitchka at
Myrtle Jackson's office in Old
Courthouse. Applications will
be accepted through Septem-
ber 21st.
'F0ori further information,


IN RE: The Estate of call 229-8466
JAMES ALFRED LEMIEUX.
Deceased FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICEOF ADMINISTRATION FICTITIOUS NAME
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Notice is hereby given that
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE pursuant to Section 865.09,
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS IN. Florida Statutes, the under-
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: signed persons intend to regis-
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the Clerk of the
administiation of Ihe estate of JAMES ter with the f t
ALFRED LEMIEUX deceased. File Circuit COuP, Gulf County,
Number. Is pending n the Circuit Court or Florida, four weeks after the
Gull County., Florica, Probate Division., first publication of this notice,
the address of which is P O. Box 968 the fictitious name or trade
Port St. Joe, Florida 32458. The personal name under which they will be
representative at the'esrate Is MARVIN C. nameuder
LEMIEUX, whose' address Is 301 18th engaged in business and in
Street. Port St. JoeFiFlorida. The 'name which said business is to be
and address of the personal represen- carried on, to-wit:
tative's attorney are sit forth below. Wauneta's Bookkeeping &
All persons having claims or demands Income Tax Service.
against the estate are required, WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF 116 Monument Avenue
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
NOTICE, to file with the clerk of the above WAUNETA BREWER,
court a written statement of any claim ot Owner 4t-9-10
S demand theyr may have: Each claim must ____
bIn wrillng and must. Indicate the basis Fir .* '1
S. the claim. lhe.a4 e;alnd address oft FICLT IQ.LWts
LOA the creditor or his agent orattorney, and Notice is herby.given that -
the amount claimed. It the claim Is not yet pursuant to Section 865.09,
due, the'date'when it will become due Florida Statutes, the under-
shall be stated. If the claim Is contingent signedpersonsintend t regis-
or unliquidated. the nature ol the uncer- signed personsintend toregis-
tainty shall- be stated. If the claim Is ter with the Clerk of the
secured, the security shall be described Circuit' Court, Gulf County,
The' claimant shall deliver sufficient Florida, four weeks after the
copiesl' ot the claim to the clerk to enable 'first publication of this notice,
the clerk to mail one copy to each per- the fictitious name or trade
'sonal representative.
All ptraons.itrested in the estate to name under which they will be
whom a copy "ol.this Notice of Ad engaged in business and in
ministration has- bean mailed are re- which said. business is to be
.qulred. WITHIN' THREE (3)' MONTHS carried on, to-wit:
FROM THE -DATE OF 'THE FIRST Boyer Billboards & Beyond
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. to'tile
any.-objections they may have that P. O. Box 1217
challenges iKe validity al the decendent's Wewahitchka, Fla. 32465
will, the qualifications of the personal George Edwin Boyer,
representative, or the venue 'or jurisdic. Owner 4t-9-10

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON SCHOOL BUDGET
SUMMARY OF.1981-82 GULF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD BUDGET AND
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING THEREON:
Pursuant to 'he provisions of Section 237.081; Florida' Statutes, the Gulf
County Schlooa Board, by action approved at Its meeting on September 8, 1981,
adopted a tentative 198142 Gulf County School Board Budget, a summary of
which budget is hereinafter set forth. The proposed ad valorem tax millage levies
are 6.112 tor.the Operating Budget, .57 for Debt Service, and .30 for Capital
Improvement.
'The Gulf County School Board shall meet on September 25, 1981, at 5:00 P.M.,
EDST,at.the School Board Meeting Room, Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe.
Florida, for.the purpose of a public hearing concerning the aforesaid tentatively
adopted budget.
SUMMARY OF TENTATIVE BUDGET
OPERATING
1. BUDGET FOR SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS:
A. Balances on hand beginning of year: 1. Fund Bal. (S172,909.65)
B. Receipts, State and Federal $3,399.781.75
Local Funds S1.078,93.00 Other Sources S19.,273 75
TOrAL RECEIPTS AND BALANCES S4,43S,108.85
C. Proposed Expenditures:
I. Instructional Services .......................S2,376.706.56
2. Pupil Personnel Services ..................80,039.83
3. Instructional Media Services ........107,70.39
4. Instruction and Curriculum Development ...... ........... 72457.60
5. Instructional Staff Training ...........50,603.00
6 .Board of Education 53391.00
7. General Administration .............................. ............. 28,660.98
8. School Administration .315,578.64
9. Fiscal Services -......9,282.00
10. Central Services .9,500.00.
11. TranspOrtalon Services' .............. ..................... ... 233,233.75
12. Operation of Plant .........338,934.34
13. maintenance of Plant ............................. .......... ...221.292 34
14. Community Services ................................................... 43,951.00
TOTAL INSTRUCTION & SUPPORT SERVICES .................1,261,109.63
OUTGOING TRANSFERS ................ ......43,359.41
RESERVES .....130.639.81
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TRANSFERS AND BALANCES ..S4.435,108.85
2. BUDGET FOR DEBT SERVICE:
A. Cash Balance ..................5...I 318,153.4d
SB. Receipts:
State Sources ........307,558.24
Local Sources ............. 97.359.10
Incoming Transfers .............. ............. 43.359.41
TOTAL RECEIPTS, TRANSFERS AND BALANCES ............. 766,30.19
C. Proposed Expenditures:
1. Debt Service .......................................... ....... .. .... .395,717.65
2. Outgoing Transfers ......................... 51,568.75
3. Balances .. .............319,143 79
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TRANSFERS AND BALANCES S 766.430.19
3. BUDGET FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT:
SA. Balances
B. 'I Anticipated Receipts, State ........... ...... ........... S 535,595.17
2. Transfers from Operations ........................ ....... ...158,928.00
3. Reserve for Encumberances ...... ......45,597.78
TOTAL RECEIPTS, TRANSFERS AND BALANCES .. ........ .S 740,120.95
C. P opposed Expenditures:
1. Total Capital Outlay .......................S 740.120.95
2. Balance ............. .....0.00
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TRANSFERS AND BALANCES.S 740,120.95
4. BUDGET FOR SPECIAL REVENUE
LUNCHROOM
A. Balances .. ...........S 11,612.10
B. 1. Anticipated Receipts, State & Federal ............... .......250,781.00
2. Local Sources 110,00000
TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BALANCES .372,393.10
C. Proposed Expenditures
Federal ..... S 364,224.00
Reserves ...... .8,169.10
TOTAL LUNCHROOM EXPENDITURES ................... .... ... 372,393.10
TOTAL MILLAGE TO BE LEVIED ON THE 1931-42 ASSESSMENT ROLL TO
PRODUCE NECESSARY REVENUE' PFOR THOSE BUDGETS FOR THE
ENSUING FISCAL YEAR ARE:
A. .District Operating ...................... 6.112
B. Debt Service Budget. .......................... .570
SC. Local Capital Improvement .300
TOTAL. ................I ......................6.982
'..J Complete details of each separate part of the school budget summarized
above are on file and are available for public inspection at the of County
Superintendent of Schools ail the Gulf County Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida,
and will be available for such public hearing together with all supporting
statements and Information. 'All Interested persons are cordially invited to
participate in thispblic hearing and discuss the School Program and budget for
l. this CouAty or the ensuing' year. .
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
*" BY: B. WALTER WILDER, Superinltndent


Program On Reactor to



Show at GCECIn Wewa
I o a+ ,'.,CC'ln


A special 40 minute presen-
tation entitled "Energy for the
Future-The Breeder React-
or" will be delivered to Gulf
Coast Electric Cooperative,
Wewahitchka, on Thursday,
September 24 at 3:00 P.M.
This program will provide
the public with factual infor-
mation concerning the nations
fuel and energy options with
special emphasis on the future
role of breeder reactor. Bre-
eder reactors are designed to
produce more fuel than they
consume while generating
large base loads of electricity.


The Clinch River Breeder
Reactor Plant, the nation's
first large-scale demonstra-
tion breeder reactor plant,
will be built near Oak Ridge,
Tennessee, with initial opera-
tion anticipated for the mid or
late 1980's.

The Energy Education Divi-
sion of Oak Ridge Associated
Universities operates this tra-
veling program for the Breed-
er Reactor Corporation which
is supported by more than 753
electric systems. Alabama
Electric Cooperative is sup-


porting this exhibition in con-
junction with its member-
system cooperatives. The pro-
gram will offer a forum to
answer many questions fre-
quently raised by the public
concerning nuclear energy.
Presentations are made'free
of charge to civic and service
clubs, educational organiza-
tions and other similar
groups For more information
contact Al Whitfield, Member
Relations Director at Gulf
Coast Electric Cooperative
(904)639-2216 or Jim Brock,
Alabama Electric Coopera-
tive, Andalusia, Alabama
(22)522 2-2571


Fund Started For ',,


Linda Harrisonri l_,,


There has been a trust fund
account set up at Bay Bank of
Panama City, for Linda Ry-
croft Harrison, by Linda's


graduating class of Port St.
Joe High School. The Trust
Fund Account is to be used
specifically to defray ex-


Linda Rycroft Harrison

penses for Linda, while she is
recovering from viral en-
cephalitis.
Linda was taken sick May
28, and was hospitalized at
Bay Medical Center for 12
days and then was transferred
to Shands Teaching Hospital
in Gainesville, where she
remained till August 18. Linda
is now returned to Bay Medi-
cal Center, room 341, Panama
City, for further hospitaliza-
tion, where her condition is
still listed as guarded and
comatose.
Linda Rycroft Harrison re-


Courses

Offered

In St. Joe
We are trying to expand our4
selection of Gulf Coast
Courses offered at Port St.
Joe. Following is a listing of
all suggestions at this point. If
you wish to take any of the
courses during the spring
semester, contact Beverly
Rich, 229-6044, this week to
express your desires.
Embroidery Skills, Gen.
Psy.; Tech. Math; Tech.
Writing; Eng.; Intermed.
Alg.; Speech; Humanities;
Chemistry; Biology; West.
Civ.; Pol. Science; Funda-
mentals of Computer Pro-
gramming; French; Spanish;
Drafting; Bus. Math; Statis-
tics; Accounting II; Short-
hand; Typing; Physics; Bus.
Law; Photography; Finance:
Secretarial courses; Nursing
courses; Engineering
courses; and Real Estate.


sides at 310 South McArthur
Avenue, Panama City. She isia
life long resident of Panama
City, but has lived ten of her 32
years at Port St. Joe. Linda's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe E..
Rycroft, reside at Mexico
Beach. Linda was employed at
Bay Bank, in drive-in.
Anyone wishing to contrib-
ute to this trast fund may do so
by sending your contribution
to Bay Bank, c-o Linda
Rycroft Harrison Fund, P.O.
Box 1350, Panama City, Fla.
32401.
For more information con-
. tact Frank W. Pate (904-871-
0091), Elizabeth Youngblood
Nichols, (904-785-1078), or
Jean Maddox Hardenburg
(904-763-5193).
Guardianship for this trust.
fund,.js; J.EL Rycr6ft, ancL
Mildred Rycroft, parents-'of..
Linda Rycroft Harrison.


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Action

The Title I program of the
Elementary and Secondary
Education Act is currently in
full swing at Port St. Joe
Elementary School. This-year
marks the 16th straight year
that Port St. Joe Elementary
School has participated in this
Federally Funded' program,
beginning with the founding of
the 'program in 1965. Title I
provides local school boards
with additional money to
provide services "over and
above" what all children in
the school system receive as
part of the basic educational
program to help meet the
needs of those students who
are having problems in the
regular program. These extra
services may take the form of
special teachers and aides,
individualized instructional
supplies, materials and equip-
ment, and special parental
and community involvement
programs.
There will be a meeting of
Title I parents who have
students being served '5y the
Port St. Joe Elementary
School Title I program on
September 24, at 2:30 in the
elementary school library. At
this meeting Title I .program
will be explained in detail and
parents will learn about a very
important organization, called
the Title I Parents Advisory
Council, which they might
wish to join.
All parents are urged to
attend.'


FINANCING
REAL ESTATE
IN THE 1980'S.
Lease/Purchase
Pla:
The buyer leases
,,utll a delayed sales
date..

Stop In. The
Neighborhood
Professionals' can tell
\ou more about this
arind dozens of other
creative financing
ideas Be sure to pick
up our brochure.
'Alternative
Financing.'-


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900 B Highway 98
Mexico Beach, FL 32410
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booklet is available to in-
terested students through the
Guidance Department. Stu-
dents who wish copies of
additional tests may obtain
them upon request from ACT
at cost.
The test scores provide an


career and educational plans.
ACT Assessment infprma-
tion is also used by colleges for
academic advising, admis-
sions counseling, course sec-
tioning and placement, st-.
dent services, "and institu-


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Hwy. 98 at 31st St.

Mexico Beach, Fla. 904/648-5777


dents'
rts are
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services provided by The
American College Testing
Program (ACT), the ACT.
Assessment Program is used -
each year by about one million
-students as part of their-
education and career plan-
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"Real Estate Specialists for Over 30 Years", Call us for info rmation
on these as well as a large inventory of lots and other home s.


'PORT ST. JOE. Lovely home on 2 beautiful landscaped
lots Lg 3 bdrm 2 ba liv rm min. rm.. den. kitchen
nook. utility rm dDI carport with storage space In.
.eludes kit appliances, carpet & drapes. Priced to sell.
equity and assume 90, mortgage. 1613 Marvin Ave


* MEXICO BEACH. Beachsid- "riJ loi from beach, 3
Ibdrm furnished with sLreen oorch. Rental investment
'o family pleasure Partial owner financing. 26th St.
'4,


PORT ST. JOE, Lovely, well kept home in desirable
neighborhood; 3 bdrms.. 26ba., recently redecorated and
new heat pump & a/c installed. Includes carpet, drapes,
stove. refr(g; landscaped lawn with fenced back yard.
Call for an appt. 1911 Cypress Ave.


OAK GROVE. Extra nice, 3-4 bdrm., mobile home with ex.
rm. added on & screened porch. Includes stove, (efrig.,
drapes, breakfast table and chairs, carpet and one bed.
Lg. landscaped 'yd. w chain link fence, brick bbq,
separate closed-in garage, metal utility bldg. and shop
or storage house. 205 Madison. _____


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TAXPAYERS


The Gulf County Board of County

CommissE owners will be holding budget

hearings for the elected Courthouise

officials, department heads, and other

persons and agencies requesting fun-

ding for fiscal year 1981-1982. The first

meetings are scheduled as follows:

Monday, Sept. 21, 1981 at 7:00 p.m., EDT

Thursday, Sept. 24, 1981 at 7:00 p.m., EDT

Both will be held in the County Corn-

mission meeting room of the Gulf

County Courthouse.

These meeting will determine how |

your tax dollars will be spent and will

effect the amount of property taxes

you pay this year. Please'attefid *'aidd

let your feelings be known.



The Gulf County Board of

County Commissioners .M.


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o CHURCH OF GOD

f TEMPERANCE
STEPANE "Where Jesus Christ Is.King
S & God's Love Is An
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SEverflowing Fountain"
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SUNDAY SCHOOL ....... 10:00 A.M.
GOODNESS MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .. 6:00 P.M.
FAITH WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M.
Pastor Ira J. Nichols


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