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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1981
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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USPS 518-880


FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 5


Industry-Deep Water Port-Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1981


Takes Over Hospital
: ***,w


Today First

Baptist Medical Center of Jackson-
ville took over management controls of
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital this
morning with plans to purchase the
hospital within a few months.
A team of administrators, financial
experts and public relations people from
BMC have been visiting and evaluating
the hospital all this week and making
plans for the take-over, as well as plan-
,. ning for the hospital's future in regards
to expanding facilities and services.
According to J. Larry Read, Asso-
ciate Executive Director of BMC, who
will have 'overall responsibility 'for
Municipal Hospital, the most immediate
task will be the recruitment of addi-
tional physicians.
"This is absolutely necessary," he
said "to meet the present and future


DayUnder Neu

needs of the community. Other impor-
tant matters to consider will include
some facelifting to the physical building
and the replacement and installation of
some much needed equipment. We will
also be looking at the expansion of ser-
vices to support the emergency room
and, I think it is reasonable to assume
that we will be adding new services and
facilities as time goes by.
"All of these things," he added,
"will depend on the findings of the
survey teams we have on site this week,
and what priorities we discover after
assuming the operation."
One of BMC's plans for the future
calls for the building of a new hospital
within five years with the present
building being returned to the city.
"The present building is aging,"


Ownership

says Read, "and we believe a new
physical plant will be needed to meet the
requirements of this growing communi-
ty."
Read was quick to point out that the
new facility, when built, will have at
least as many beds as the present
hospital.
"We are very excited about assum-
ing the management and eventual pur-
chase of Municipal Hospital," said
Read. "We have been especially pleased
with the reception we have had by the
citizens of Port St. Joe. EveryoneL'has
been friendly, cooperative and most
supportive of our participation in the
operation of Municipal Hospital."
A final sales agreement is presently
being finalized between officials of the
City and Baptist Medical Center. That
agreement is expected within 90 days.


Officials from Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville conv
on Monday of this week, getting things in shape for the take-o%
today. In the photo above, Tom Brolar, associate director
director of accounting and data processing begin setting up a re
photo at left, from left to right, Joanelle Mulrain, public relation
assistant director; Ed Montgomery, associate director;. Larr
director; Al Weigand, director of management systems and
reimbursement, get their heads together in a planning sessic




Ten Cases Tr



In Circuit Coi


Gulf County Circuit Court
tried ten cases before Judge
SFred Turner last week, with
trials starting Tuesday and
continuing through Friday of
last week.
Of the 10 cases tried, juries
ruled that four defendants
-.were-guilt whawee-.as .not
guilty and one mistrial result-
ed when the jury could not
agree.
/, Two guilty pleas were filed
./ with the court before the trials
, could begin.
A jury could not reach a
decision in the case of Michael


Dunn and Archie Daniel, who
had been charged with burg-
lary. Since the jury could not
rehch a verdict, a mistrial was
declared and the pair must
face the court in a later
session on the same charge.
John Striplin was. found
guiltyhqfAchaxge.bAuliglary.-
by a jury. His sentence will be
handed,down .later by the-
court.
Another verdict of guilty
was brought by a jury against
Delores- Thomas, who was
tried on a charge of uttering a
forged bill. Thomas had her


erged on Municipal Hospital' -
ver of the hospital operation
of BMC and Royl Clayton,
record keeping system. In the
ns director; Buck O'Conner, -
y Read, associate executive -'
Jerry Sheffield, director of.----.
on at the hospital. -
-Star photo.



ied



urt

bond set at $3,000 by the court. '
David L. Smith was tried do ',
two counts of uttering a forgedd; :'
bill. The jury found him guilty '-:
of one count and innocent on ,g
the other.
Henry Sims and Earl Wl -,.F.
liams were both fund in ',
#ntpq, .crgeof burglar fibf:-. ,r
a dwelling and were released
by the court. *
Robert. Purswell filed *a',.,
guilty plea withth the court .qn a
charge of grand theft. Purs-
well was sentenced by the "'.
court to three years with the ,;
(Continued On Page 2)
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Blood Drive Meets with Success


Over 1
You would have thought
they were giving trading
stamps for giving blood last
Wednesday.
Nearly a hundred people
showed up to give blood in the
Red Cross Blood Drive, to
replenish and provide for the
future blood needs of Gulf
County citizens who require
blood because of hospital
procedures.
Joe Grimaldi, technician at
Municipal Hospital, told The
J Star the drive netted 75 units
of blood and people left and
turned away because of the
lack of time and technicians to
collect from all the willing
donors.
"We set a goal of 50 units,
ejected to collect about 20
and wound up working our
tails off to collect 75 units",
Grimaldi said.
Mrs. Louise Parker, volun-
teer blood drive chairman,
said provisions will be made to
Shave more technicians on
hand at the next blood drive in
order that there will be no.
waiting or people leaving
because they cannot get in to
give blood. "Our local volun-
teers did a fantastic job in
getting the word out to pros-
pective donors this time",
Mrs. Parker said. "And the
people responded beautifully.
It was the best blood drive we
have ever had", she said.
Mrs. Parker paid special
tribute to Sara Maddox and,
Dot Noble.' "They were our
recruitment ladies and they,
worked hard. I mean hard.",
$* Grimaldi said the quota of 50
units would have served the
hospital's needs under ordin-
ary circumstances; With the
sale of the hospital, Grimaldi
said he thought the use of the


[00 People Show Up, Willing to be Donors


hospital would grow. "These
people who are here now are
sharp, sharp, sharp. We ex-
pect big things to happen here


at the hospital."
The lab technician also
pointed out that the collected
blood went to supply the needs


of citizens from Port St. Joe judge our future needs, with
who require blood in treat- the things which are happen-
ment at other hospitals. "The ing here now, but this should
blood is to furnish the needs of be our last blood drive this
our people, not our hospital, year. The blood collected last
primarily". Wednesday should serve our
Grimaldi and Parker both needs through the remainder
said the fine response to the of this calendar year."
drive last Wednesday would The Red Cross has just
make up for a lot of slack from recently started collecting
past blood drives, when the blood here in the Gulf County
supply received was far less and *Port St. Joe area, but
than the demand actually their schedule during this
being used. Donated blood short time has been to have
supplies were about a third about three blood drives a
short of the needs, according year. The drive last Wednes-
to Red Cross blood officials. day was the third one this
Grimaldi said, "It's hard to current year.


Four Arrested In


Two Theft Cases
The Gulf County Sheriff's with burglarizing Frankie's
Department has apprehended Disco in north Port St.' Joe,
four people involved in two during the night last Wednes-
-cases of theft during the past day. The arrested pair are
week, according to informa- alleged to have taken eight
tion released by the office of cases of beer from the estab-
Sheriff Ken Murphy. lishment. .
Two people were arrested Arrested and charged with
near. Wewahitchka .for the burglary were Ricky Tiller
theft of gasoline from a truck and Olden Wyatt, both of Port
owned by Paris Carter at St. Joe. Both were released
Carter's Restaurant, north of after charges were filed.
Wewahitchka on Highway 71. Both cases were investigat-
Arrested were Kenny Lay- ed by Sheriff's Department'
field of Kinard and Tammy investigator, Phil McLeod.
Yand of Wewahitchka. Both
were charged with petit theft
and released 'on their own Chamber Meets
recognizance.
The arrests were made There will be a special
following the theft sometime meeting of the Mexico Beach
in the early morning hours Chamber of Commerce on
Monday of this week. October 5 at 7:00 p.m.
Two men were taken into '. The purpose of this meeting
custody here in Port St. Joe is nominating and voting in
last Thursday and charged new officers.


These charged remains are all that is left by a group of young people as a headquai
of a controversial cabana at Beacon Hill, built for their volleyball games. -Star p


Bangers Cabana Burns


to Ground; Suspect Arso


A meeting at Mexico Beach Tuesday.
night was originally designed to drum up
support to back a request to the Department
of Natural-Resources to allow a cabana built.
at Beacon Hill to remain in place. Events of
last Wednesday night changed the impetus
for the meeting to soliciting public support for
a permit from DNR to re-build the structure.
The Bangers, builders of the cabana, had
received orders from the State Department of
Natuital Resources to tear the cabana down,
since it was constructed on the water side of a
setback line established by the DNR several
years ago. DNR's rules are that nothing can
be built on the water side of their setback line.
Last week, the question of whether or not
to allow the cabana to stand became moot
when the structure burned during the night
last Wednesday.
Evan Williams, a fireman with the


I i


Beaches Fire Department told The Star the.
structure was burned intentionally. "The
Sheriff's Department found several pieces of
evidence around the cabana substantiating
the suspicion that it was burned intentionally.
Tuesday night, the Bangers went on with
their meeting at Mexico Beach with area
officials, including Representative Leonard
Hall, seeking their support in a request for a
permit to-re-build the cabana on its original
site.
The cabana was built by the volleyball
players last July to provide' shade during
breaks in their games. Since that time, they
have had to spend more time defending the
presence of the cabana than they have in
defending the net in their volleyball games.
The volleyball enthusiasts have vowed to
re-build the cabana and are attempting to
secure the approval of the DNR before they
start.


20* Per Copy


Scoreboard Tells Tale

After Friday's Game
The scoreboard told the tale after last Friday's
football game .here. between Port St. Joe and
Wewahitchka.
Even the scoreboard could not stand the shock of
the defeat at the hands of Wewahitchka and just gave
up counting off the seconds and minutes with 1:56 left
showing on its face.
Ralph Rish, a native of Wewahitchka and now a
resident of Port St. Joe, shown in the picture, was a
little confused about his loyalties over the outcome of
the game, so he got his close look at the scoreboard by
walking up the middle of the field.
No partiality there. -Star photo


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Editorials and Opinions
Tin


THE STAR


THURSDAY. OCT. 1. 1981


Those folks in White City who
'i e opposing the installation of a
i*a; lent water system in that com-
'. unityy are fighting a golden oppor-
Stunity, in our opinion.
r There seem to be three main
--reasons for the opposition: they feel
~i^.the system will cost too much;
A .chlorihe, used to treat water is a
poisoni and they are afraid of it; and
l' .-hey don't like being told they MUST
-tie into the new system if it is built.
Most of the people in the new.
A Oa~k Grove system found they could
purchasee water from their central
.":system' cheaper than they could
:. provide their own. Of course, Oak
` fi0rove had the opportunity of tying
1K- onto an already established system
.oly aifew thousand yards away, but
^ 1iny still had to install the expensive
distribution system.
i '-! our opinion, we feel the State
iv if Florida is going to force White
ity to get into a central water
. *system before long because of health
.; .reasons. The community is getting
vi;,. -o 'crowded to continue use of
individual wells and septic tanks.
I "'he longer they wait to: install the
:jri.Ltem,. the more it is going to cost
'.. them. : .

-: If the truth was known, in all
.probability 'most of the folks at
.-White City are already paying more
9 provide their own.water than they
:oild-pa'y to a cehntal system for
ted water, not even considering
`teQ health safety from a central
_-sysmtem.

They are afraid of the chlorine
for water treatment, but this
is.,groundless. Water from a
tra syst~p i reqpirelby the

all over the 'nation td treat
and our people are the more
thy for it.. The life span of
ericans has doubled since the
of. Kthe century and treated
central water systems are largely
pesdpoisible for this.
l If they fear chlorine, they should
Isay out of the waters of the Gulf of
-;Mexico, since chlorine is made of
em- iieicals found to be prevalent in
seawaterte. They should refrain from
_'" eating salt, since salt in the wrong
-.tdosage will kill you. They should
g t l'taking aspirin, because too
I 'm.ny of them at one time are fatal.
) iey should stay away from water
i period, since a teaspoon full in the
ght circumstances will kill you just
; A'eaid a 38 a magnum in the head.
`-4They should quit driving cars, since
hrdre.people die and receive serious
imjumnes from. car .accidents than


from any other source, including
carcinogens. They should quit tak-
ing prescription medicines, because
some of them can be fatal if they are
not taken as directed.
The thing is, that the use of
chlorine in treating water is strictly
monitored. If the people of White
City were at all familiar with the
guidelines for furnishing treated
water, they would have no fears at
all. It is probably the most regulated
activity in the nation today.
If the people of White City object
to being told they must do some-
thing, such as tie into a central
water system, they should quit
paying taxes today. We doubt
seriously if any of them are paying
taxes voluntarily. All of them pay
taxes in some manner or other. They
should stop going to work at the
prescribed time, or stop going to
work at all. It is demanded by their
employers that they show at certain
times on certain days or they will not
be paid. They should stop sending
their children to school, since the
law requires that children go to
school until they reach a certain ages
They should stop obeying the law.
They should stop wearing clothes in
public on, these hot days. They
should stop making their house
payment or their car payment.
These are things they are all
required to do and they do them
without a second thought.
Being told one must tie into a
central water system is no usurpa-
tion of constitutional rights. It is like
a lieri on an automobile. It is a'
financial practice to guarantee there
are enough people using the system
to pay for it.:
iP Fri*d Power, builds, its
generating "plant near White City,
the community will grow. There is
no doubt about this. The community
will grow in spite of itself. When this
happens, they will have a public
water system. At this time, it will
probably. not be a choice for the
community. The cost will be consid-
erably higher then, with the people
probably not having a voice in the
matter.
With the installation of this
system and one at the beach, the
county will be forced to have a water
maintenance crew to see that
everything is operated in an approv-
ed manner and keep everything
operating as it should.

The people in White City have
nothing to fear except maybe the
fact that with their objections, the
system might not be built.


Watching the World Go By



Take A Look At Origin of Man


-White City Needs



Water System
^ i f* o"'s : .*


effort on the part of the man.
Digestion of food and distribu-
tion of the nutrients therefrom
are automatic, and without
any effort of mankind. The
nervous system serves to
automatically direct and pro-
tect the various parts of the
body. Tears flow to cleanse
the eyes. Sweat comes to
adjust body temperature. Fe-
vers rise to warn of danger.
Blood clots to seal up wounds.
Fighting cells congregate at
the point of infection to fight
disease germs.


Yet, evolutionists expect us
to believe that out of nothing
came a one cell something.
That one cell creature divided
and multiplied until it became
a blob. The blob became a
fish- the fish left the water to
crawl on land. Scales turned to
feathers, hair, or skin on
animals and birds. Eyes, feet,
wings, feathers- all auto-
matically appeared along the
way until modern man finally
emerged on the scene.
Is that logical or reason-
able? Does that make any


sense at all? BUT-
"Once I was a tadpole
beginning to begin,
Then I was a frog with my
tail tucked in.
Then I was a monkey in a
banana tree,
Now I'm a professor with
a PhD."
The imagined evolution of
the explosion of a printing
plant, or a raindrop, or a one
pound blob of boiling steel, or
an ounce of uranium, or a little
mound of dirt- are all more


reasonable and logical than
that man originated from
nothing, and by spontaneous
evolution became men.
The Biblical account of the
creation of man is the most
logical and reasonable expla-
nation for the origin of man.
So, as you watch the world
go by, don't allow the illogical
and unreasonable dogmas of
the intellectual community td
upset you. Perhaps they are
just intellectually intoxi:
cated- and in time they wilt
sober up.


iPresident Reagan Is Right; Our Nation's Finances Need Some Attention


PRESIDENT REAGAN took to the
'" ways; a la Franklin Roosevelt's
!,,..fireside chats last week to tell the
.a.tion, we are in financial trouble.
\,p, If I'rtad him right, the President
was telling us that the nation is in the
:' -same condition we all would be if we
A dtid our entire weekly' salary committ-
ed to certain expenditures and in order
.: t get the other things we wanted we
.'-. just went out and borrowed the money
St getitwithuntil we came to the pointL
- where we owed more than we had
. "min in.
.. body will argue with the presi-
l. dnt that we need to put our financial
house in order. The only question which
we'will have to decide is whether or not
i want to do it. The only way to bring
Stli* budget in balance is to quit spending
'lpso much or bring more money into the,
.tBasury. It doesn't take a high powered
, economist to figure that out.
A friend of mine who is on social
: security came into the office the other
day and said his social security check
Sfor the month of September had been
cut $40.00 from the month before. That
seems to me to be a harsh way to


balance the national budget. I can go
along with the school lunch cuts, since
in most cases the children going to"
school have parents to see that they are
fed some way or other, but a man and




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his wife, at an advanced age, living on
social security and a retirement can't
afford to lose $40.00 a month.

PRESIDENT REAGAN told all of
us that the nation is paying more than
$90 billion a year interest on the
national debt. A quick look at the
nation's budget deficit for the year
shows us that it is just half what the


annual interest is running on the
national debt.
The first thing I thought of was that
if we didn't have this whopping national
debt, made largely by spending money


for things we didn't need, our present
budget would be in the position of
having about a $40 billion surplus this
year at the present rate of spending,
were it not for the national debt and its
interest payments.
Those who argue that we can afford
to maintain the present social pro-
grams we have initiated in this nation
apparently are absolutely right. We


could maintain a social program which
would provide the needs of everyone...
if we didn't have the national debt.
But, we do have it, and the interest
must be paid on it.


I'M NOT ASTUTE enough in high
financial matters to know whether or
not the President's financial program is
going to set our finances on a sound
footing in this nation or not. I can see
where the program we have been
following has not done it and seems to
be getting worse every year. If for no
other reason, this should be enough to


say, "Let's try it."
As Dr. Wesley Grace is fond of
saying, "It's a lead-pipe cinch" the plan
we have been following isn't working.
I WAS INTERESTED this past
week in a sentence written by Sydney J.
Harris, in one of his periodical "Things
I Learned" columns. Harris said,
"Despite the cost of World War I, three
years after it ended,, in 1920, only 12
percent of the U.S. adult population
paid income taxes; and 20 years later,
in 1940, less than one-quarter of U.S.
citizens were on the tax rolls."
Those are the kind of good old days
most people remember when they
recall the good old days. The same
percentages would probably hold true
today, except the figures would probab-
ly be for those who are not now paying
taxes rather than for the percentage of
those who are.
Times have definitely changed.
I don't want to reverse our way of
living back to the 1920's, but I would like
to see the 1980's bring in the days when
we could live as well as we could for the
money we can afford to spend on it.


That would still be a better living
standard than any other nation in the
world and would still cause the United
States to be the favored nation for those
who would like to leave the country they
are ow living in.
Back in the 20's and before, those
nasty old factories and businessmen
paid the taxes in this nation.
I SEE WHERE Ed Shearer, a
Tallahassee Democrat editor, agrees
with our editorial of last week concern-
ing the state's purchase of beaches in
the state. Ed says we should keep an
eye on the plan. He agrees that beaches
need to be preserved for use by the
people in spots, but he is still suspicious
and hesitant about the state's plan to
spend some $500 million on their
purchase.
Ed thinks some people will take
advantage of the program and line their
pockets on shady deals. We're suspi-
cious because we feel the state will be
so protective of the purchased beaches
the people will not have adequate
access to them for their own use.
Ed always was a suspicious cuss.


TIDES

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


is feet above or below the
mean water line.
High HL Low Ht.
Thurs. 959 .6
Fri. 51 1.5 1103 .5
Sat. 131 1.6 1207 .4 4,
Sun. 213 1.7 1313 .4
Mon. 305 1.7 1408 .4
Tues. 403 1.7 1504 .4
Wed. 500 1.7 1557 .4
Thurs. 606 1.6 1639 .4


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by Adolph Bedsole
Pastor, Wewahitchka
First Baptist Church
On the origin of man-
which is more logical and
reasonable, evolution or
creation?
Logic is the science that
deals with rules and tests of
sound thinking and reasonable
proof.
Is it logical to believe that
the fallout from the explosion
of a printing plant would
produce a completed set of the
encyclopedia Brittanica?
Is it logical to believe that a
raindrop of its own accord
could, in billions of years,
emerge as an empire state
building?
Is it logical to believe that a
pound blob of boiling steel
could in 20 billion years
evolve into a fully functioning
aircraft carrier?- all by.
itself.
Is it logical to believe that
an ounce of uranium could
ever evolve into a functioning
space ship?- all by itself.
Is it logical to believe that a
little mound of dirt could
divide and multiply itself until
it becomes a planet the size of
the earth?
The miracles of construc-
tion and operation of the
Empire State Building, or an
aircraft carrier, or a space
ship, or a planet cannot
measure up to the miracles of
construction and operation of
the human body. The miracu-
lous products of the hands of
men must be operated by man
or computers.
The miraculous human body
and its systems are auto-
mated. Hearts beat without
human effort or'direction.
Blood circulates without any



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Division of Correction.
Suzie Summerlin, also fac-
ing a charge of grand theft,
filed a guilty plea with the
court and was sentenced to
three years on probation.
A verdict of not guilty was
rendered against Archie Dan-
iels on a charge of uttering a
forged bill. Daniels was dis-
charged by the court.
'John Gavin was found guilty
of unauthorized use of a
drivers license and was sen-
tenced to three years proba-
tion and ordered to pay a $500
fine.
Another case was handled
by the court, but did not come
before a jury.
Donald Tullis, facing a
charge of arson had his case
continued pending a psychia-
tric evaluation.


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Death nurtures life as this seedling pine springs to life from a dead stump.









Dr. Larry Tyree


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1981


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Speaking
Dr. Larry Tyree, president
-- of ,Gulf Coast Community
.College in Panama City, will
be the guest speaker at the
First United Methodist
Church Sunday morning. Ty,
ree will address the Methodist
congregition'as it observes
"Laity Sunday". Dr. Tyree
will deliver the 11:00 a.m.,
message at the chlirch.
Tyree has been president of
Gulf Coast since 1976. He was
boret in Pensacola and is
married to the former Ann
Kirkham. The couple have
three children, identical twin
daughters, Tracy and Kimber-
ly, 13 and a son, Kirk, 8.
Tyree is an active member
of the First United Methodist

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Church in Panama '-. He is
also actively involved in civic
activities in Panama City
including the Rotary Club, the
United Way, Chamber of
Commerce, Bay Memoria
Center Foundation and Bay
Humanities Council.
'Thetchurch offers an invita
tion to -everyone to attend
Sunday and hear Dr. Tyree's
address.

Six 'Week


Course for
6, m* e n

Women
A six-week course on "The
Christian Woman" will be
taught by Mrs. Sue Haller in
,'Port St. Joe. The first session
will be held on Friday morn-
ing, October 2, from 9:45-.o:30
A.M. at the home of Mrs.
Dawne Ford, 100 St. Joseph
Drive. Special music'will be
provided by Mrs. Carol
Quarles.
Mrs. Haller is a former
school teacher. Presently, she
,is the mother of two children
and wife of the pastor of Faith
Bible Church. She has studied
.personally under Marabel
Morgan, author of the best-
selling book, "T9tal Woman",
andunder well-known family
life-speaker, Dr. Howard Hen-
dficks, at Dallas Theological
Seminary. Before coming to
Port St. Joe, she served as a
guest lecturer at Florida Bible
College ip the course, "The
Christian Home, and has
participated with her husband
in conducting family-living
seminars in. Florida, Georgia,
South Carolina and Missis-
sippi.'
T, pics covered during the
six session are: Acceptance:
*Who Am 'I?; Attitudes:
Disarming the Porcupine;
Adapting: Women's Lib or
Adam's Rib?; Communica-
tion:-,Duet or. Discord; Sex:
Throw Away the Fig Leaves!;
and Children: Aiming Your
Arrows.
All ladies are invited and'
asked to bring a notebook.
Free Nursery will be provided
at Long Ave. Baptist Church.
Addresses for the following
sessions will announced each
,,week in "The.Star". ... .


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Book Fund
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis
Club agreed to get involved in
two public projects Tuesday at
their noon meeting.
The club agreed to donate
$100 to the public library. The
$100 will be. placed into an
interest bearing account and
the interest used to purchase a
book for the library each year.
The other project was to aid
and support the preparation
-and distribution of a service
directory for the Port St. Joe
area.
Mrs. Barbara McCain,
chairman of the directory
preparation said the booklet
would contain service mes-
sages from people in this area
who offer all kinds of service.
"The book will tell you who
cuts lawns, repairs homes,
appliances, lawn mowers,
-baby sits, does odd jobs,
washes, irons, paints, etc.",
Mrs. McCain said. "Any odd
job you want done should have
someone who does it listed in
the directory", she continued.
Mrs. McCain said about
4,000 of the booklets will be
printed, with the Port St. Joe
High School band selling them
as a fund raising project. Mrs.
McCain said any money re-
e, 4y,!d (robi advertising in.the.
book, above production costs,
will also go to the band.
Guests of the club were
Keyettes Lynn Stevens and
Lisa Porter.

Last Rites Held

for Arthur

Shackelford
Mr. Arthur Shackelford, 57,
of Port St. Joe, died suddenly
early Thursday morning,
September 24 in Municipal
Hospital. He was a native of
Vernon, but lived in Port St.
Joe. He was a retired tube
lance of Port St. Joe Paper
Company.
Survivors include: his wife,
Eartha Shackelford of Port St.
Joe; two daughters, Beverly
Pittman of Fort Myers, and
Deborah Shackelford of Port
St. Joe; three sons, Archie Lee
Shackelford of Port St. Joe,
Arthur Shackelford, Jr. of
Pascagoula, Miss. and John
Shackelford of Detroit, Mi.;
two brothers, Julius Shackel-
ford and Archie Shackelford of
Port St. Joe; two sisters,
Onedia Lee of Amityville,
N.Y. and Odeal Brantley of
Fern Park; three grandchild-
ren, Keridra Shackelford, She-
laine Shackelford and Tori'
Shackelford, all of Port St.
Joe; and a host of nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services were held


Monday, September 29, at 1:00
p.m. at New Bethel A.M.E.
Church, with Rev. James
Williams officiating. Inter-
ment followed in the family
plot at Sylvania Cemetary in
Vernon.
All services were under the
direction of Comforter
Funeral Home.


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Rev. Earnest Barr presents Vandevender with a gift

First

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


' presented with cards, gifts of
money and a lovely large print
Bible.
Mr. Vandevender retired as
an employee of the City of


Port St. Joe after working
with the City 14 years. He has
been a resident 4 Port St. Joe
for 28 years, coming here from
Mississippi in 1953.


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


CHURCH SCHOOL ........................
MORNING WORSHIP ......................
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Corner 4th & Parker Ave.
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Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
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EVENING WORSHIP ................... 6:00 P.M.:
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Wed Oct. 17
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Stebel of White City wish to
announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter Cherry Anne, to
Kenneth (Kip) Collin Crum,
ion of Mr. and Mrs. Donnie L.
Crum of Apalachicola.
? 'Cherry is a 1979 graduate of
:Port St. Joe High School and a
1981 Fashion Merchandising
_"graduate of Jones College in
Jacksonville. She is presently
S'employed in the Accounting
'Department at the Aplachi-
S c. ;ola Northern Railroad Com-
pany in Port St. Joe.
Kip is a 1975 graduate of
Apalaachicola High School and
'is presently employed with the
Sunland Recreational Facility
) at Cape San Bias.
The wedding will take place
*t 11:00 a.m., Saturday, Octo-
'iber 17th at the St. James
- Episcopal Church on Sixth St.
' in Port St. Joe. No local
nvitations'are being sent, but
all friends nd relatives of the
:couple are invited to attend.


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Mr. and Mrs. John L.
Dowrick, Jr. of Andover, Ma.,
wish to announce the engage-
ment and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Aileen
Marie Dowrick, to Joseph
Michael Wilson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. James T. Wilson of
Port St. Joe.
The bride-elect is a senior at
Hood College in Frederick,
Md., majoring in communica-
tions and biology. ; ..,
Th'ibjir oom-ect is ,q
Midshipman First Class at the
Naval Academy in Annapolis,
Md., majoring in engineering.
The wedding is planned for
early June.


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Donna Lee Ellis became the
bride of Thames Gandy on the
evening of Sept. 4 in the Lake
Como Baptist Church of Bay
Springs, Ms. Parents of the
couple are the Reverend and
Mrs. Clifton E. Ellis, Sr.,
formerly of Port St. Joe and
now of Bay Springs, Ms., and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gandy of
Hattiesburg.
The bride's father and Dr.
Harry Lucenay of Hattiesburg
preformed the ceremony be-
fore a background of an arch
intwined with ivy and butter-
flies and brass spiral candle-
abras.
Music was presented by
Mrs. Betty Prince of Mt.
Olive, organist, and vocalists
Miss Melissa Massey of Hat-
tiesburg and the Rev. Danny
Powell of Moss, brother-in-law
of the bride. The bridal party
entered the church to the
melody of "Trumpet Volun-
tary" by Purcell. The bride
entered to the strains of
Lohengrin's "Bridal Chorus".
Given in marriage by her
Father and Mother, the bride
wore a formal gown of white
organza fashioned with a
Victorian neckline, bishop
sleeves and a, sheer yoke,
accented by tiny peArls and
enhanced by an accordian
pleated overskirt and a double
flounce edged in cluny lace
which swept to a chapel train.
The bride's picture hat was
accented by illusion. Her
bouquet was a silk nose-gay of
miniature white carnations,
white gypsaphlia, white ste-
phanotes, huckleberry and
aubergine lilies centered with
a white orchid and streamers
of huckleberry and aubergine.
For something old, she car-
ried her maternal grand-
mother's handkerchief that
was a gift to her from her
father 40 years ago.
Mrs. Danny PoWell, sister of
the bride, was Matron of
Honor. Miss Susan Gandy,
sister of the groom, was Maid
of .Honor. Bridesmaids were
Miss Ginger Stockman, Miss
Sandy McAlister, and Miss
Melba Gandy, sister of the
groom, all of Hattiesburg. The
honor attendants wore auber-
gine quiana gowns.
Missy Nobles of'
pcala, cousin of the bride,
served as flower 1ir l. ese;
Powell, nephew of. the bride.
and Bobby Nobles, cousli of
the bride, were ring bearers.
Jack Gandy served his son
as best man. Groomsmen


were Reggie Gandy of Gau-
tier, Ms., brother of the
groom; Byron Gandy of Tulsa,
.Okla., brother of the groom;
-Earl Ellis. of: 'Bay Springs,
brother of the'bride, and Tony
McAlister of Hattiesburg.
For her daughter's wedding,
Mrs. Ellis wore a gown of
huckleberry featuring lace
overlay on the bodice. Her
corsage was a white orchid.
Mrs. Gandy wore a formal
gown of yellow with a lace
coat and a white orchid. Mrs.
J. D. Fleming, maternal
grandmother of the bride of
Panama City, wore a rose
colored dress and an orchid
corsage.
Miss Massey, vocalist, sang
"Looking Through the Eyes of
Love" as the bride and groom
lighted the unity candle and
left the church. The bridal
party left to the strains of
"Trumpet Tune" by Purcell.
Hurricane lamps lighted the
walk from the church to the
social hall where a reception
was held. Mrs. Benitha Brew-
er and Miss Juanity Stockman
were in charge of the recep-
tion. Floral arrangements in
the chosen colors, ferns and a
flowing fountain accented the
social hall. The bride's table
featured -a ti-tiered wedding
cake with its iner fountain of
Aubergine spray, assorted
sweets, nuts and punch. The
groom's table held a chocolate
cake, hors d'oeuvres, sand-
wiches and coffee. Both the
cakes were gifts to the couple.
Tea girls were Mrs. Fredda
Waites, Mrs. Janet McNeil,
Mrs. Nancy McNeil, Mrs.
Edna Earle Sims, Mrs. Debbie
Bayless, all of Bay Springs:
Mrs. Nita Downs, Mrs. Mary
Ann Herring, Mrs. Theresa
Ward, Mrs. Angie Barr of
Hattiesburg; Mrs. Donna
Johnson of Milton; Mrs. Jo
Fleming of Chipley; Mrs.
Betty Fleming of Port St. Joe.


Mrs. Gregory Herring


Culpepper

and Herring

Are Wed
Mr. Thomas E. Culpepper of
Abbeville, Ala. and Ms.
Carolyn B. Culpepper of Mel-
bourne, are proud to announce
the marriage .of their daught-
er, Amy Suzette, to Gregory
DeVaughn Herring. Greg is
the son of retired Navy Chief
Petty Officer Richard D.
Herring and Mina Herring of
Overstreet.
The wedding took place-at
8:00 p.m. on August 18 at the
First Baptist Church of Ft.
Gaines, Ga.
Amy is a 1981 graduate of
Shades Valley HighSchool in
Birmingham, Ala.
Greg is a 1976 'graduate of
Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
School and is currently serv-
ing in the United States Air
Force, presently stationed at
Griffiss AFB in. Rome, New
York.


Rice Girls were Lisa Fleming,
Jeanne and Julie Johnson,
cousins of the bride. Giving
out programs for the wedding
were John Johnson and Tim
Fleming, cousins bf the bride.
Mrs. Sandy White of Hatties-
burg sat at the bride's table.
Directing the wedding was
Miss Myra McBeth of Mt.
Olive.
After a wedding trip to
Birmingham, Ala., the couple
is at home to their friends in
Hattiesburg.


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The Lrong Avenue 'aptist will be free,.and all children in
Church will kick off its child- the St. Joe area, ag-: 4 and 5
ren's choir program for through grade6, regardless of
1981-82 with a children's choir their denomination, are in-
carnival on Saturday, October vited to come and enroll in the
3, from 2 to 4 P.M. Admission children's choir. Membership
in the choir does not require
membership in the Long Ave-
nue Baptist Church. All child-
ren are welcome. The purpose
of the children's choir pro-
gram is to teach music and
singing and most imnortantlv


John Henry Smi

SMarking Hi

l90th Birthd
John Henry Smith
honored on his 90th I
with-'an-open house g
his family, from 3-5
October 11th athis-hom
S7th Street.


to teach the children of Jesus
Christ and His love for them.
The choir will meet ever,'
Wednesday afternoon from
5:30-6:45. with a snack pro-
vided.
The carnitral will feature
clowns, games, rides, and ra
special feature will be a Moon
Walk which offers the sensa-
tion of walking on air: Cotton
ith candy, popcorn, snow cones
and soft drinks will be given
away. This promises to be an
S exciting afternoon, and it's all
free. "
lay Parents are encouraged to
"'Y bring their children, so the
will be choir program-and meeting
birthday times can be explained further
given by to them. Make plans now to
p.m. on come'and let-your child enjoy
me at 227 .the.carnival while registering
S' hemlfor children's cloir.
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Club to Hear


Rev. and Mrs. John Stuart


Celebrate Anniversary


What a delightful evening!
Last Thursday was one of
these days. Everyone in the
First Presbyterian Church
knew they were going to a
party. That is everyone but
the Pastor and his wife. They
thought they had a date to go
to Captain Anderson's as
guests of Ernest and Mary
Hendricks. However, when
they arrived at the Hendricks'
home- dubbed "Captain An-
derson's East"- they found
themselves attending a sur-
prise party celebrating their
36th Wedding Anniversary.


Nesmith
On Thursday, October 8th at
2:00 p.m. at the .Garden
,Center, Mr. Eddie Nesmith of
Apalachicola, the recently re-
tired curator of Old Fort
Gadsden Historical Memorial,
will tell the history and' many
strange happenings at the
nearby state memorial. After
hearing Nesmith, members
will want to visit Old Fort
Gadsden. For this very special
program, the Port St. Joe


Announcing


The Hendricks' home was
beautifully decorated. Every-
one had brought, oh so gdod,
food. Dr. John Stuart and wife
Elizabeth were completely
surprised. The program fea-
tured flashbacks to 1945, the
year of their betrothal. Gifts
were given both John and
Elizabeth and everyone' had a
wonderful time. Isn't it nice to
let folks know that. you love
them? In all probability Rev.
Stuart and his wife think so.
Everyone went home with a
smileon their faces and a good
feeling in their hearts.."
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1981 PAGE FIVE


Garden Club is extending a
special invitation to members
of the St. Joseph Historical
Society and of the Sea Oats
and Dunes Garden Club, and
to all history bliffs.
The St. Joe Garden-Center
will be decorated with special
Halloween arrangements
from our members. Mrs.
Elizabeth Stuart, Polly
Sowers and Daisy Johnson are
our October hostesses.
Mark it down, Thursday,


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Robert M. Moore
: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
321 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe


VISITS PARENTS
Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Rich and
son, Johnathon, spent a week-
end recently with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Rich.

'Oct. 8th at 2 pim. at the
Garden Center on 8th Street.
This is your chance to learn
little known history of our part
of North Florida from a real
authority, Mr. Eddie Nesmith.


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Beck of
Eunice, New Mexico, an-
nounce the birth of thoir
daughter, Mary Katherine, on
Sept. 24. She weighed 6 lbs. 11
9..
Her grandmother is Mrs. L.
E. Gray, Port St. Joe.

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Mrs. Skipper said the tree has a fine crop of the triplet
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was to feed it a little fertilizer this past spring," Mrs. Skipper *
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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla.


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Seth Howell, Brad Bowen, Michael Walding, Chris Adkison, Ben Fowler,
John Miller, Treace Parker, Robert Taylor and Adrian Lewis. Second row,
left to right: Pat Kerigan, Pat May, Kevin Nachtshelm, Tim Stutzman, Ernie
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Campbell's Drug Store
Home of Friendly Service
Call 227-1224 Nights & Holidays 648-5071

Carr's Auto Sales
Phone 229-6961

Citizens's Federal Savings
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
-Phone 227-1416

Comforter Funeral Home
Wewahitchka 639-2271 Port St. Joe 227-1818

Butler's Rest. & Lounge
Come by After the Game Phone 227-1386

COSTIN'S
Quality at Savings Phone 229-8716

Danley Furniture Co.
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David Rich's IGA
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Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka

Driesbach's Cleaners


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Ralph & Henry's Chevron
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Hedy's Florist
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Hannon Insurance
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Highland View Motors
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Wood Burning Heaters
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Miller Agency, Inc.
Chevron Products Phone 229-8081

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Piggly Wiggly
I Early's Hardware Homeowned and Operated
Hwy. 98 Highland View Phone 227-1763 For Greater Savings Phone 227-1728

Florida 1st National Bank Raffield Retail Market
at Port St. Joe Phone 229-8282 Phone 229-6877


BOYLES
Shoes for the Family
Clothing for Ladles and Children

Costin Insurance
Your Independent Agent
Call 229-8899

Buzzett's Drug Store
Your Rexall Store Plenty of Free Parking
317 Wiliams 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

SAVEWAY
We Specialize In Iowa Corn Fed Beef
and Fresh-As-Possible Produce

SEARS
LEON POLLOCK, Authorized Catalog
Sales Merchant

St. Joe Auto Parts
NAPA Phone 229-8222

St. Joe Drugs
Call 227-1723 for Prescription Needs

St. Joe Furniture
and APPLIANCE CO. Phone 227-1251

St. Joe Hardware
Whirlpool Appliances Phone 229-8028

St. Joe Motor Co.
Phone 227-1336


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SCHEDULE

Sept. 11 DeFuniak T
Sept. 18 ... Havana H
Sept. 25 .... Wewa H
Oct. 2 Apalachicola H
Qct. 9 ... Marianna T
Oct. 16 Blountstown H
Oct. 23 .... Chipley T
' Oct. 30 ......... Open
Nov. 6 .... Bonifay H
Nov. 13 .... Wakulla T
.Nov. 20 -0., Fla. High T
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Take Home 13-7 Victory



jPrice Led

Both :Teams FPlay A
Tim Price, the Wewahitch- Alan Sisk rambled through
ka Gator gazelle, is for real. both lines for nine more yards,
Price was the difference then two plays later, lightning t
Friday night, as the Gators struck. Sisk was on the eight s
and the Sharks fought it out in yard line and still moving
Shark stadium in one of the when Harold Williais strip
best games the two teams ed the ball from his hands and i
have ever'played in their 16 the Gators recovered.
game history. The Sharks On their first play from t
: have won 11 of those 16 games, scrimmage, Price came roar-
but Friday night, Price led the ing through the line and was
Gators.to a 13-7 defeat of the off on a 92 yard gallop which |
Sharks. went on the scoreboard. Price
Price made the difference in missed on his point after kick
an otherwise evenly played and the Gators closed out the t
game. Had the Sharks answer first period with a six point |
toPrice, AshleyAbrams, been lead.
well and playing, the' score '"On their first possession of
would have been closer and the ball in the second period,
the game even more'exciting., the Gators struck again for
But Friday was Price's their last score of the game.
night, as he raced for 164 After Stripling and Jones
yards which counted and 80 worked the ball to the Shark 17
yards which didn't. yard line, Harold Williams 3
: Price started his show mid- moved through the left side' of
way in the first period when he the Shark line to score. Price f
fielded a'Shark punt on his kicked the extra point and the i
own 20 yard line. Both teams Gators had 13 points on the b
,. converged' on the ball and scoreboard which turned out C
: suddenly Price burst out, to be enough to win the game. f
1 galloping 8yads to the Shark The Sharks didn't quit They I
S.3 goal i. Penatie b~y'.both came right back after the.punt
*" teams niillifi tie and the to drive 85 yards for t:hdr only \
punt was kicked over.. TD of the game. Using their
The Sharks threatened to famous tactic of fivOe yards
take the lead late in the first. aid a cloud of'dust, the Sharks
period, when Gator Vincent used 11 plays sparked by a 24
Jones fumbled on his own 39 yard pass play.'from Adkison
yard line.. The 'Sharks were to'Ernie Bryali to work their
caught ljolding and were push- way to the Gator three. Three
Sed backk*the4. yard line with plays :later, Sisk Wulled; over
Sa firs'aPsm:-,e-.d lfkison fi.r th6 oniey, inetoput
excited Shark fans by scramb- the"Sharks on the board. Sisk
ling for ,a2 (ain; then hit kicked the extra point-md the
Robert taylor ith 'a 22 yard Sharks had seven po&nt, the
S pass to put the Sharks on the first scored ainst thGators
: Gatorl~6 rit'a"fift and ten: this year. .
t- 1.-' ,i, a -. -

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STHE DAIRY BURGER
is Now Serving


Fresh Fried Chicken
2-Pc or 4-Pc. Dinners
Plus Our Regular Menu
mn "Call In Orders Promptly Filled"
p" te..A me:; Football Games -
S,-. uDER MANAGEMENT
S ,. SnFast, Courteous Service '
Monday thru Saturday, 9:30 A.M. to 10 P.M.
OPEN SUNDAY 11 A.M. to9 P.M.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1981


ators Nudge Sharks for County Title

Home Friday Night


Both teams had their second
wind in the last period, with
he Sharks threatening to
score'as the game wound
down and the Gators fumbling
away an attempt to put an
insurance score on the board.
The Gators were driving
toward that insurance score
early in the last period when
Williams fumbled and lost the
ball to the Sharks' Brad
Bowen on the Shark 14.
With less than four minutes
o play, the Sharks started on
heir last drive from their own
16 yard line. Adkison hit Andy
Wilkinson with a 15 yard pass
and 'rambled for a 16 yard
gainer. The Gators were hit
with a roughing the passer
play and suddenly the Sharks
were threatening on the Gator
18. Again Adkison took off and
was picking his way up the
ield on a nice gain when he
had the ball stripped from his
hand by a Williams tackle.
Chris Thomas covered the ball
for the Gators and the Sharks
hopes were all 'but gone.
The Gatols managed to
hang obn to the ball and run the


clock down despite some
furious Shark defensive play.
When the Sharks got the ball
back, it was just too late to
rally.
Alan Sisk led the Shark
running attack with 62 yards.
The Sharks played almost
errorless ball, being caught
with only four penalties for 30
yards. The Gators were a little
more reckless with eight
penalties costing them 60
yards.
FRIDAY'S GAMES
Friday night, the Sharks
will be at home again, hosting
a winless Apalachicola eleven
at Shark stadium at 8:00 p.m.
The Gators will open their
home field season tomorrow
against the Sneads Pirates.
The kick-off will be at 8:00
p.m., CDT.
THE YARDSTICK
Wewa PSJ
First downs 5 9
Rushes, yards 35-257 36-101
Passing yards 7 96
Passes 2-1-0 16-6-1
Punts, average 7-33 7-31
Fumbles, lost 4-3 ,3-2
Penalties, yards 10-80 4230


Kip Altstaetter throws a block to Gator Scotty Gortman' 19 Is Gator Steve Stripling. Number 33 is Vincent Jones.
as Ernie Bryan ( 26) carries the ball in heavy traffic. Number -Star phdto

Ladies SelectShot Victors

Ladies' Select Shot Victors


Gator players hoist their coach Bobo
Owens on their shoulders after a 13-7 victory
over the Sharks here Friday night. Gators
leading the pack are, Steve Stripling (II),
Darion Scott (44), Eddie Martin (89), and
Kevin Bostick (88). -Star photo


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Jenkins

Tailback

At L. U.
Playing Tailback for the
Livingston University Tigers
this season is Rozell Jenkins,
son of Johnny and Mentha
Jenkins of Port St. Joe.
Rozell was a 1981 graduate
of Port St. Joe High School.
While playing with the Sharks
in their 1981 season, he was
named All State Honorable
Mention, All Gulf Coast Con-
ference, All Big Bend Class
AA Tailback, Team Captain
for 1980, and Most Valuable
Player.
Rozell now attends Livings-
ton University which is lo-
cated in Alabama.


Ida Copenhavr, 'tourna-
ment chairman, has. an-
nounced the following results
for the Ladies Select Shot held
Thursday, Septembr 24,-Win-,
ning team: Fayp Coc, Helen
Quackenbush, Sara Preston
and Janet Anderson. Coming
in second place were Marjorie
Miller, Claryce Whoey,.Jean
Gander and Carol Mitchell.
Officers for the 8f-82 -year
are as follows: Helen. Qack-'-
enbush-presideitq; Hazel
Barton-vice president; Ellen"
Allenmore-secretary; -Marge
Ely-treasurer; Carol'Mitehell-
year book chairman; and
Ruth Hendrix-publicity. Phyl-
lis Altstaettgr and JeanAtchi-
senarg ch
workers for the Tapper
Tournament which will be..
held October 5 and 6. .
An alternate energy system
under development #lcludes -
a heating unit powered
primarily by the energy cre-
ated when water freezeis.


Pate's Service

Phone 227 1291 219 Monument Ave.

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Week Ends ........ 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M.

107 Second Street
S (A Part of the Wood Stove Store)


Headquarters for P.E. Clothes
SBook Bags, Knapsacks
Port St. Joe Elementary, Highland View
Elementary and Faith Christian
School Colors T-Shirts
Port St. Joe High School, Wewa High
School, Port St. Joe Elementary, High-
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Tennis Shoes



The Athletic House
323 Reid Avenue Phone 229-6805


PAGE SEVEN















SLL DRUGS EVENTUALLY
LOSE THEIR POTENCY

Exposure to heat dampness, or the sun can do
quick damage. Medicines'given by a dropper are
subject'to eontamlnatlon each time the dropper is
P re-inserted into the botte. .
F "Follb6 ,hes generall rules. Most opened liquids
should be destroyed after 'a few weeks. Ointments
.w last about six months and tablets and capsules
about one. year. Aly. inedicine.that changes color ,
S develop a edimeqt'orappears to have a mold
Sshuld'be eaefHy'destfroyed: Do not throw dis-
earde~~m ediinti n the-'trash can to tempt
EfchOienEmptntcontentf ..
; '

"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
S plarnimacy products. We consider .this trust a |
1 aidjeLe.'and a duty. hay we be youth personal




I E DRUG STORE

Free Parking -Drive-In Window
229 87V1. 317 Wlliamsa e. Port St. Joe



t'JYIs1nNG HERE Barton, and Bily's parents,
'J ,rs:BiyRliB,. J. and'son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rich: April
ustn;I e spending a' rfew h's bn imSt. Joe acoiuple of
i Pt'oS. ,.S'. w hbdt ',wil return home
^a,-r::and. ., ;E^f^ ..v1n Wher mother.'


Linda Jo Rycroft Harrison,
32, of Panama City, died
September 22 in a Panama
City hospital, after a lengthy
illness.
She had been a life-long
resident in Bay County, a
teller at the Bay Bank, and a
member of the Methodist
faith.
Survivors include: her hus-
band, Everett B. Harrison of
Panama City; one daughter,
Miss Leslie Karen Courtney,

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Russ and Gail Ferrell of
Kirkland, Washington are an-
nouncing the birth of their
daughter, Robyn Michelle,
born September I at Medical
Health Hospital, weighing 6
lbs. 13'2 ozs.
Two sisters of the new
arrival. Kim and Rebecca,
were there to welcome her
home.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Raffield of Port St.
Joe.

CARD OF THANKS,
Mrs. Helen Miles thanks her
friends for their concern dur-
ing her recent stay at the
Municipal Hospital. Mrs.
Miles is now at home re-
cuperating.


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PAGE EIGIRT -THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1981


FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given inal purse
Secllon 86509 Florloa Statulu
uncaersignea persons irtena to
wit Ine ClierK ol the Circuit Cou
County Florida lour weeks alter I
publication of this notice, tne fi
name or Irade name unaer wnicn I
De engage Oir, business and in wAn
Business is t1 be carried on to-w
MiNG ROSE GIFT SHOP
607 M3aison Street
Por St Joe Florioa 32456
Owner Margaret Harper

BID NO.WWP 14-A
Tne City of Port St Joe Fior
quest s sfor one ill Painting olf
Joe Waslewater Treatment
Dewalering Building Specilicallo
be obtained from ine City Clerk's
P. 0 Box A Port St Joe Floal
opening will be held at tne
meeting ol mte City Commission
loDer 20 1981
CITY OF PORT ST JOE
Isi L A Farris City AuailtorClerk
21 10-1


Stephanie Marie Owens

Stephanie Marks

First Birthday
Stephanie Marie Owens
celebrated her first birthday
on September 22. She is the
daughter of Steve and Teena
Owens.
' Stephanie was honored with
a pool party, attended by her
family and friends.

"At the start of every good
thing is truth." Plato


Last Rites Held for Linda Jo Harrison


uanti to
es tme
register
irl GulO
the lirsl
cn ilous
ney will


age 5, of Panama City; one
step-daughter, Penny Harri-
son Banton, of Panama City;
her father and mother, Joe
and Mildred Rycroft, of
Mexico Beach; a brother,
Joseph David Rycroft, of Port
St. Lucie; and her grand-
mother, Mrs. Louise Hutto, of


Panama City.


Funeral services were held
September 24 at 3 P.M. in
Trinity Methodist Church at
2322 E. 3rd Street, with Rev.
Eugene Edwins officiating.
Interment followed in Calla-
way Cemetary.


NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pur.
suant to Florida Statutes B65.09. the
undersigned persons Intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Bay
County Florida. four weeks after the first
publIcation o0 this Notice Inse llctiious
name or rade name under whicn tney Wil
be engage In business, and In which
said business is to be carried on. to-wit.
RUSTIC SANDS RESORT
CAMPGROUND
Box 13146115th Sl.)
Mexico Beach. FL 32410
Owners James D Mahler and
Jane Mahler 4tc 9-24
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that
pursuant to Section 865.09,
Florida Statutes, the under-
signed persons intend to regis-
ter with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, Gulf County,
Florida, four weeks after the
first publication of this notice,
the fictitious name or trade
name under which they will be
engaged in business and in
which said business is to be


carried on, to-wit: .
Wauneta's Bookkeeping. &
Income Tax Service.
116 Monument Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
WAUNETA BREWER,
Owner 4t-9-10
FICTITIOUS NAME.
Notice is hereby given that
pursuant to Section 865.09,
Florida Statutes, the under-
signed persons intend to regis.
ter with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, Gulf County;
Florida, four weeks after the
first publication of this notice'
'he fictitious name or trade
.tame under which they will be
engaged d in business and in
vhich said business is to be
carriedd on, to-wit:
Boyer Billboards & Beyond
P. 0. Box 1217
Wewahitchka, Fla. 32465
George Edwin Boyer,
Owner 4t-9-10


raom the City Clerk's Olfica P 0 Box A.
Port Si Joe Fiorias Bid opening wilt Do
nelo at the regular meeting ot the City
Commission on Octooer 20 1981
CITY OF PORT ST JOE
isi L A Farris City AuditorlCierk
21 10 1 & O 15


ch said BID NO. 266A
it Tne City ol Port St Joe requests Dids
or. one III PH METER equal to or ex-
ceeding those specifications" ol the
ORION Model Nlo 407AIF Speciflications
may be obtained from tme City Clerk s Of-
41 101 lice P 0 Box A Port St Joe Florida BID
opening wili be neld October 20. 1981. at
the reguisa meeting ofl ne City Commis
ida. re sion
Port St
Plant CiTY OF PORT ST JOE
ns may 1st L A Farris. City Auditor and Clerk
IOfli.ce 21 10.1 8 10.15


0a Bid
regular
on Oc-


& 10-15


BID NO. WWP 164
The City o0 Pon St Joe. Florida. re-
quests bids for a Zurn Incinerator
System Specilications may ne obtained


BID NO. 268
Thne City of Port St. Joe Florida. re.
quests bids for one (11 Water and Sewer
Truck Specilications may De obtained
from the City Clerk s Offllice P 0 Box A.
Port St Joe. Florida Bid opening will be
neld October 20. 1981. at the regular City
Commission meeting
CITY OF PORT ST JOE
1i9 L A Farrls. City AuditOiCleeik
21 10-1t 10.15


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- Public Notices -


FIRST


BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. BILL HEATON, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL ...................... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00 A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING .................. 6:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .......... 7:00 P.M.

"Come and Worship God with Us"


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(B) GLASS DOOR UNIT.....................................-249
(C) OPEN SHELVES/BOTTOM CABINET ..........219
(D) OPEN BOOKCASE UNIT............................... 189
(E) DROPLEAF UNIT........................................*199


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THE STAR., Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1981


AUT FOR*ALEMISCeFO SAL FORREN


To be sold by an estate.
', Elsie Parker home at 819 Mar-
i 'i Ave. Reduced price for
, quick sale, $31,500. Financing
. to be arranged with down pay-
ment'of $4,000 $5,000. Call
William J. Rish 229-8211, 8:30
am. to 5-A00 p.m.
. Three lots in Ward Ridge.
-al 229-8474 for more infor-
i'.7, nation. ltp 10-1

3 bdrm., 1 ba. house with
. screen porch. Price reduced.to
"v1; 15,000. Owner will finance.
' 221 7th St. Call 229-6131 before
Sc:30. tfe10-1

-- -Lots for Sale: acrece lots,
f' ewahitchka, Fl. on Transfer
S..d" near river (Land's Land-
ig Road). No down payment,
Newlyill finance. City water
.p-'vailable -$5000 or $71.74
i",' monthly at 12 percent for 10
Xgears. Call or write Ben
....Brogdon at Rt. 14, Box 370,
S:Tallahassee, Fl 32304. Phone
904-576-7119. Evenings and
weekends 904-893-3083.2tc 9-17

( 'Price, Reduced. 3 bdrm.
e k;ihoid:, 2 ba., liv. rm.,
r. 'rrm., family rm.,
Se t areai, h/a; range,
S ig, dishwasher, laundry
*;f:h.xw/sink, 'Fla. rm., 2 car
Sar w/opener. 18'x36' pool,
Cypress, privacy fence,
sallow 'well- pump. Cypress
near schools. By appt.
fi 229.4401. 5tp9-3
bdr.., liv. rmn., dinrm. Ig.
denht d kitchen, utility rm.,
irage, ,'dbl. carport, Ig.
eened in-ack porch, on 2
I-'.'1605 Monument Ave. Call
'.e .tifc 6-5





?W Wadrted: Foster homes for
'etarded chi .-'Must megt
-health and .safety standards
r(j'-ndbecome licensed by the
tte. Pay ranges from $252
1 per month, per client.
S'dFr.'further information con-
,-ct Claira Podeat, Develop-
mentall Services Program Of-
e, 450 Jenks Avenue,
n, iranamia City, FL. phone
8931. 4tc9-24

": 1',TRAVEL TRAILER
NEEDED: at least 17' long
A with, tandem axle. Have
Organ and diamond ring to
trade for it.. Phone 648-
8308: tfc 9-17


E.,B. MILLER, REAL


1977 Plymouth Arrow 160,
gas saver, good condition.
Phone 229-6842. Itc 10-1
1973 Dodge Coronet, 318
engine, auto, runs good, $350.
648-5380. Itp 10-1
1970 Ford LTD, needs muf-
fler, $350. Phone 229-8075.
1977 Ford LTD H station
wagon. Call after 5, 2294460.
tfc 10-1
SURPLUS JEEPS, CARS,
TRUCKS. Car-inv. value $2143
sold for $100. For information
on purchasing similar
bargains, call 602-941-8014,
ext. 8636. Phone Call Refun-
dable. 4tp9-10


One h.p. deep well jet pump
and tank, also 44 h.p. shallow
well pump and tank. 648-8253.

Sewing machine, $75; Pinto
trailer hitch, $20; 617 Madison
St., Oak Grove. 229-8026. Itp
Like new Kenmore heavy
duty trash compactor, used 4
months, compactor bags in-
cluded. 2012 Monument Ave.
Call 227-1512. ltp 10-1
1981 Honda ATC 185, excel.
cond., $850. Call 229-6291. 2tp
Factory-built, single drum
wench, $150; -1971 Ford 429
engine with 2 barrel carb. and
auto. transm., good running
cond., $150. Call 648-8396. "


1972 Dodge Van Tradesman, .... En fte.rn oie uriht
" "- 2 cu. ft.-Enterprise upright ,
100 V8, auto transom $950,.00. -.freez.. er6 on.'li .I. old h $300;
Cll 229-8000 after 5 p. r Montomery Ward exercise
see at 813 Marvin Ave., Port e go esrha 0. 648-5
St. Joe. tie 6-25 bike, good shape, $40. 645380.
....Jo Free Birddog puppies. Call
1976 LTD, good cond., auto 227-1304 after 2 o'clock. Itc
transm. 648-5315. tfi-13. 14','fiberglass tri-hull boat,
* 1978 F-100 Ford pickup, '35 h.p:Mercury electric and
short wheel base 2x4, 300 6 4sering, 535 MinnKota troll-
cyl., big tires, chrome whe6ils, ing -it.tor (foot control).
chrome roll bar. 229-821. Galvanized trailer, battery,
.tfc7-9 swivelseats.229-8387. '2tclO-I


W NTEDUf~


AKC reg. poodles, 4 weeks
old; 2. females, '1 apricot,. 1
silver, $100 firm. 639-2807:


S___Christmas is Coming! Shop
Temporary Teacher Needed at homesthis year with House
The Gulf County Guidance of Lloyd toys and gifts.' Gifts
Clinic, Inc. has an immediate for all. ages, with 60 under
vacancy for' a Temporairy $10.00. Individual and party
Classroom Teacher. Ap- orders available. 'Ask how
plicants must have a degree easily' you can receive $20.00
from an accredited college or worth of merchandise plus
university and must be cer- possible added bonuses.
tified by the Florida Dept. of Call us for a catalogue or for
Education. Inquiries may be information anytime. Carol
directed to: Durham, 229-6676, Port St. Joe
Edwin R. Ailes, Exec. Dir. representative. tfc 8-20
Gulf Co. Guidance Clinic, Inc.
311 Williams Av Mobile home for sale.
Port St.Joe, Fla. 32456 12x60',drm.', cen: h&a, par-
-The^-Gulf Couly ed. $5000. .For,
m .nyAm Iiile o ration cal 2294167
Clinic, Inc. is an Equal Op- after 5 pm.'m 8-2
portunity/Affirmative Action r p.m. tf8-27
Employer. Couch and recliner. See at
2101 Constitution Dr. or call
Wanted to Buy: Double seat 229-8700rfte5:00. tfec8-13
for a van. Call 648-5452. ltp 10-1
FOR SALE: Cobra camper,
Wanted: Approx. 25,000 btu fully contained. Shower, bath-
gas wall heater, vented and in. room, hot water heater, re-
good, working cond. Call frigerator, 3-burner stove with
227-1647. 2t9-24 oven, double sinks. Sleeps six.
Run on 110 volt, 12 volt, or LP
Information on ALASKAN gas. $3500. Also sports coats,
and OVERSEAS employment. size medium, excellent condi-
Excellent income potential tion, $10.each. See at 227 24th
call 312-741-9780, ext. 4256. Avel, Alpalachicola after 5
4tp10-1 p.m. or on weekends.
653-8995. 4tc 9-10


Mobile home sites, efficien-
cy apt. and campers for rent
on beach. By day, week,
month or year. Ski Breeze
Camp Sites. Call 229-6105.
tfc6-4
Thames Hotel, day, weekly,
monthly rates. 302 Reid Ave.
229-8723.


For Rent: 3 bdrm. un-
furnished house. 1'2 blocks off
beach. $275.00 month. 404-461-
1507 for appointment. 3tp 9-17
No need- for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.
Mobile home sites, $50 per
mo.,' City water & garbage
pickup furnished. RV sites by
day, week or month. Bring
yours or rent ours. Rec haUl,
'laundry and store on
premises. Rustic Sands
Resort Campground. 15th St.,
Mexico Beach. 6484229. tfc 9-3
3 bdrm. furnished house on
7th St., Port St. Joe. 648-5306.
Itce10-1





N-
WANTED: Couple to live-in
and supervise 8 male mentally
retarded adults in group living
home located in North Port St.
Joe.'Room, board, and mon-
thly salary provided. Contact
the Gulf .County Association
for Retarded'Citizens, P. 0.
Box 296, Port St. Joe, FL
22946327. EOE.
I 2tc 10-1


YARD SALE, 8 a.m. to 5
p.m., 5 families. Quilting
squares, clothes, old windows,
ceramics, toys, furniture and
more. Hwy 71, White City, look
for signs. Friday and Satur-
day, Oct. 2 and 3.
GARAGE SALE: Sat., Oct.
3, 4 families, furniture, small
appliances, odds and ends.
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 2012
Monument Ave. ltp 10-1


GARAGE SALE: Sat., Oct.
3, 9:00 till 4:00, furniture, bed
spreads, drapes, misc. items.
507 7th St. ltc 10-1

CARPORT SALE: Satur-
day, Oct. 3, beginning at 8
a.m. 2 families, 1616 Palm
Blvd. Toys, dishes, asstd.
sizes clothes and shoes. te 10-1
YARD SALE: Atlantic St.,
St. Joe Beach, Saturday.
YARD SALE: Friday in
White City on Stebel Ave.

WHITE ELEPHANT
SALE: given by NJROTC
Drill team. Saturday, 9-4,
beside City Hall. Support your
local JROTC Drill Team.
GARAGE SALE: 3 families
- books, toys, clothing for
men, women size'10-16, jrs.
and boys, sewing material,
sofa and household items.
Bargains galore! Priced to
sell. 1002 Marvin Ave., Sat.,
Oct. 3,9:00-4:00. Itp 10-1




LOST: Man's white gold
watch. Lost 1%-2 weeks ago.
Small reward.. Call 227-1255.
,I#- 1 1


Applications are being ac- ,
cepted by Gulf County Senior
GitizerisAssociation for .the '_Need to rent an apartment?
positioi,'lt Driver for Medical Adveieise-ni (he SIar.
Transportation, 20 hours per -
week. .
Applicants must be at least Advertise
21 years of age, and have, or ii
lbe able to obtain a Fla. Chauf-
feur's license. Applications t
will. be accepted through Oct.
9th, and may be obtained from
the Gulf County Senior Citi- call
zens Office at D & Peters St., Chamber of Con
or in the office of Myrtle In C
Jackson at the old Courthouse Pd. for by Wewa
in Wewahitchka. .
Persons who applied for the
Van Driver position in June
need notreapply. Th
This is an equal opportunity e:
employer. T SeVW


ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY



TOR IKE DUREN, REALTOR 648-5011


900 HIGHWAY 98- MEXICO BEACH P. 0. BOX 13332- MEXICO BEACH, FL 32410
S: PORT ST. JOE ST. JOE BEACH MEXICO BEACH MONTHLY.
S. 06 Mimosa. Price reduced on mis 3 bdim I ba house on 2 Ig lots. 2acresplus 2 trailersandlg. shedon- RENTALS
'desirable 3 bdrm. 2 be home with wood lencea yd.. Oak & Americus. ly $21500. 3 biks from beach' No.
i!'' many extras 1% lots. fireplace, car. 547.000 No. 201 301 MEXICO BEACH
'- port chaink fence. Down pint only Gulf St.3bdrm. ba.house. n21g 2bdrm duple undeok & goodview 2barnm 22500 Iborm o14000
Sa m,500,n00 w ith 9% assumable mor lois with fireplace. 16x32' swmminri of the beach. 549000 owner finance. 4bdrm 535000 3bdim $27500
e S:o:mlng a eal n bara 0inPott pool. wood fenced around It. only ing. 20. down No 302 1 bdrm $180.00 2bdrm S30000
ssing al brga 'No. 101 155.000 No 202 4 bdrm. 2 be cen hia. Ig IIv rm., 2 2'bdrm $160.00 3bdrm $27500
U Priced lor quick ale. 520 8th St. 2 ----- rms. onn iformac on 2 I BEACON HILL
.houses on 2 lots. main house is 3 ys NE LISTING Beaulful 3 bdrm 1 for nai caioriwih repacdrm. 27500on
old. u3 kbdrm.. I, a, enclosed ba modern design nome i neated lot canal locaio with boafdock f .
b''r'". i rage. Rental house is 2 story. 2 swimming Door Enjoy the view of N ,303' ,,_; ___
bdrm., 1, ba. Presently rented. Gull "o e ec C usloday Grand Isle. 3 bdrm. 1 ba. wood. GULF AIRE
25,500.00 Call today see what you ie missing $115 000. privacy fence, can hia wheasl pump. ,
S 0 i osa. me. 3 barm. 3 Ig garden area. only $48.000. No 304. Spanish design 2 story 4 Ddrm 2 ",
100 Mimosa, brick home. 3 borm. 3 Parlally lnimsned house $19000 I be.. Ig den. liv rm wifireplace. 'lole
b a. 2-car garage on 2 lots. geo- o lk. from beach, 3 Ddrm. 1 be. Ad|a. 1 bdim. duplex on'Hwy. 538.500 209. garage 10'.",. assumable mortgage I
thermal heatingcooling system No cent o101 also available No 204 down. owner finance. No'. 305.
102. ", Some beaulilul 101S 51i11 a~ailabl" al'
S. I -bdim. 1 ba taile 75x50' lot. 2 bdrm 1 ba home overlooking the 11,'46 interest 25','down
i 5287th St 2 bdrm plus sm. ex rm.. 1 512500 Pineda SI No 205 Gulf just across hwy Hvy 98 & 3rd
ba., fireplace, big kitchen, screened St 44.000. No 306 BEACON HILL
.'porch, carport. Owner finance 25'. Coronado St. 4 bdrm I ba g lam
i down, 12% Interest No 103. rm also adqtli 1 bdrm apl on pro- Nice 2 bdrm.. 2 be home on Hwy 386 3 barm 1 oa mobile home on 2 lois
S'. ' erty. Owner may finance. No 206 can see Gulf from yo $52.000. completely enclosed w a wooden
','''' 1305 Marvin Ave., 3 bdrm.. 1 a, a fence. 525.000. No 801
home in good localion:' fence back Reduced $8.000 Selma St.. 3 bdim Move in wilh low down payment Only
.yard, gas heal, carport. sloraged sh- 2 oa Ig formal din rm Like new in. $250 mo pmts. on existing mortgage 1 or 2 bdrm collage 31aAve near61lh
ed. No. 104 siae'oul On 2 big lots Dbn and ire- 3 odrm frame house on 4th St St. Only $25 000 No 803
.. 4bdrm.. 2 ba.. with 2AiC.gasheat. on place No. 207 2 3 bdrm oa on 3 lots fireplace
', '2 lots, carpe.s, drapes ncl.. stainless 2 bdrm 1 ba Irailer w fireplace. lots Duplex. roano new 2 Ddrms lba newly carpeted $36000 No 804
steel siding, chain link fenced back of Irult trees I blk from beach, each side. unfurnrined 7in St
yd. 50681h St. No 105 $19.000 No 208 547.00000 COMMERCIAL
r Lg house, 3 bdrm. 1'/% ba. liv. rm. St Joe Beach has a Ig selection of 2 beauliful lots 75>112 ea. total Fully equipped store bldg on 3',,
din. rmin., & kitchen combo. carport. lots for $1.000 down & 12% interest 150x112' Nice ano grassy wilh seplic acres on Hwy 30. illn finance No.
r newly painted thruout 1501 Monu. lank 401 I
'menLNo. 106
i n ANC A E 1 3 bdrm 2 ba stucco house. liv. im. Convenience store S Joe Beacn
Office or store bldg.,income proper ACoEAoenencesore St
fty -, OficdrteIe Oopen 1 s. fnc Rei proper, A din. rm. & kitchen combo, nice lot par t.536 sq ft. on 1 K', lots concretee
,w.z- ,ly. 1 side open. 1800 sq. II on Reid tlally furnished. $47.500 61h St No slab floo r ton xpans ion crete N 02
Ave Owner fin No 107. Bay Fronm 5 acres on state road 30 308
1 b h l near "resnells. 251-on bay frontage 2.700 sq ft building on First St In
513 4th St., 2 bdrm. 1 ba, chain link No.701 W EW AHITCHKA Port Si Joe on 3 lols No 403
Sfnce, 'A down, assume mortgage. -
owner will Ilnance bal. No. 108. Almost 2 acres on Welappo Qrepke 2 bdrm 1 be frame house financing 2 lots on Reid Ave 60'x90 No 404
S$ 27.000 No 702 available 511.30000 No 601
SIVOBDILE HOMEVI Shady lot al Howards Creek. 53.000 17.8 acres east side of Hwy 71 north on U S 8 Room for mosl any type
1981 New Moon mobileho No 703 of downtown ay divldeinto acre business including parking space.
,' ,* turn. w/applilances & washing plots. No 602 Approx. 22311 on US 98
machine Lot not included. OAK GRO UV ASSOCIATES-
',;:... M : mo e ads..... D. um oa. p...,al OVERSTREET AFTER HOURS
CYPRESS LODGE urnisne cha fence10 2 acres cleared ready to build PAULETTACAMPBELL 648-8977
," 4 miles from Wewa on Dead Lakes JOnes Homestead S7.00000. o JIMCLEMENT .. 648-58
Complete campground at S395.000 ALISADuBEN 648-583t
Owner finance. Lots from 4,500 to 4 bdrm newly remodeled Ig 3 bdrm.kichen be trailer with attackidchen
. $ S500. other parcels available. 1 acres compaleely chain link fenc- |er. aso a ra ller. l acre of .
' *t:"i 1"'/' 'e __ land. $12.500. No. 501. MARSHA YOUNG 648&524

., .. .

, ,,,. : I .. .,


I ,_ 410AF
SPort St.
"Quality Fabric at


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

NEW!:!
MllNG 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. tlO/29
FOR TRACTOR WORK
Call 229-8939 or 648-306
tfc 8-14
BOOKKEEPING
Complete Bookkeeping Service
Including All Required
Tax Forms
Reasonable- Set
Monthly Fee .
Wauneta Brewer
116 Monument 229-8536
25tp6-11
Avon new sales represen-
tative in' and around Mexico
Beach, Hazel Harris, 648-5305.
Call anytime. 3tc 9-24
Handy man, wall washing,
light maintenance and odd
jobs.. Free estimates. Mr.
Sollars,'227-1490. 4tp9-24
Wanted: Would like to do
housecleaning for you. Call
229-8075.
Wanted: Babysitting in my
home, or housework, or caring
for elderly in daytime. Call
2294-8933. tp 10-1
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,.
phone.227-1105,219 Reid Ave.


Your Service
n the



or Visit
imerce 227-1223
;ity Hall
ahltchka State Bank


YARD WORK DONE
Mowing, raking, cleaning,
weeding. Phone 229-8952 after
2:00 p.m. tfce6-ll
Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 2298416
106 Bellamy Circle
tfic 4-16
BOYER
Billboards & Beyond
Signs of All Kina-'
Interior Exterior
House Painring
639-2874
tic 8-20

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

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


Carpentry Work Do
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 2298757


Sears Catalog Sales

ing Room 227-1151
Reid Ave. NO7.
Joe, Fla. Lomn Polock, Owner
A r c 410 Reld Avenue
t Affordable Prices"


A good buy at $12,900. 12% owner
financing available. 523 3rd St.

NOW $12,900 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
$23,000. 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 ReId Avenue 227-1133


ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS






-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-16
P.O. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfie7-2



TAFLINGE
(Interior
Pressure Cleaning
ALSO COOL SEALINi
WILL COOL MOI
FORFRT
S Call 229-891




COMPLETE







THE
306-08%W


ne


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 22946803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day

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


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

CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols -
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
9W22941235
tfc6-4 '
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Church Supplies
S- Munslc- Records Tapes
Rubber Stamps
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Gifts-Bibles
Sound StudioRtecording
Service
7-OAKS
GOSPEL SUPPLIES


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


Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete
line of

Fishing Tackli
Hurlbut Supply
m3 Reid A#*.
I k w m


R PAINTING
and Exterior)
g for Grime and Mildew
G MOBILE HOME ROOFSS
BILE HOMES 15-20%
ESTIMATEE
7 or 648-8369


STAR
illiams Ave.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1981


FmHA Stepping Up Financial Counseling to Borrowers
F., A .St "r ':


Farmers Home Administra-
'tion (FmnHA) is stepping up
efforts to provide financial
counseling and supervision to
its rural housing borrowers.
"The agency was created to
provide supervised credit to
both its farm and' rural.


housing borrowers. FmHA
loan programs are designed to
provide budgeting, record-
keeping' and other manage-
ment assistance along with
loans to help families achieve
their farm or homeownership
objectives," states Mitchell N.


PORT ST. JOE. Lots of room. reasonable price, 3 bdrm.,
home, Ig. kit. and dining rm. with snack bar. Front and
back screen porches, wash room and utility, plenty of
storage, landscaped lawn w trees and chain link fence.
Lg. hot house with garden area. 219 7th St.


SWHITE CITY. 3 bedroom frame house on approx. 1 acre
of land with shade and fruit treees. Includes 2 deep
wells, 2 spetic tanks, stove, refrig., washer, dining set &
dish washer. Price $19,000. Assumable mortg. 6th St. off
of Road 20.


Drew, FmHA State Director.
for Florida, "But the tremen-
dous demand for new -loans
has frequently detracted from
the supervisory aspects of our
programs., As a result, the
.combination of the general
economic climate and indivi-


dual family financial prob-
lems are causing many FmHA
borrowers to give up their low
interest loans without first
seeking informed advice on
how best to relieve their
financial crises. For some,'
this could mean forfeiting


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


PORT ST. JOE. Lovely, well :kept home in desirable
neighborhood, 3 bdrms., 2 ba., recently redecorated and
new heat pump & a/c Installed. includes carpet, drapes,
stove, refrig., landscaped lawn with fenced back yard.
Call for an appt. 1911 Cypress Ave.


Main Office 648-5777 Branch Office 229-8493
Cathey P. Hobbs, Associate Britt Pickett, Associate


their only opportunity to be-
come homeowners."
Inflation and reduced em-
ployment have placed a
double burden on families
living in small communities
and rural areas, according to
Drew. Higher costs for utili-
ties and other services and the
added cost of transportation to
and from work are factors
that place a strain on house-
hold budgets for all rural
people. Reduced working
hours, loss of overtime, and in
some cases, total loss of
employment often make the
load seem impossible for new
homeowners with young fami-
lies.


3 WAYS
TO BUY:
* CASH *
est charge
MONTHLY


FmHA field office staffs are
willing to schedule counseling
interviews with borrowers
who are delinquent with their
payments Families would
receive assistance in analyz-
ing their situation and work-
ing out realistic financial
plans to meet their needs.
**The major task in most cases
is to help families get their
priorities in order," states
Drew "'Next to food, shelter
costs must be at the top of the
priority list and be paid first."
In most cases, the monthly
mortgage payment is the
largest monthly expense and
if one installment is missed, it
is extremely difficult to make


90-DAY PLAN, no inter-
* REGULAR
FINANCING


REMEMBER, WE DON'T
FORGET YOU AFTER THE
SALE!


it up without sacrificing
another crucial budget item.
In the past, FmHA has been
willing to accept excuses for
missed payments when other
creditors were not. As a
result, some borrowers have
simply paid those who have
made the strongest demand
for payment. To counteract
this trend, the agency is
requiring its field offices to
make timely contacts with
each borrower when a pay-
ment is late.
If borrowers are unable or
unwilling to meet their mort-
gage payments in a timely
manner and set aside savings
to pay their real estate taxes


Family Expresses Thanks


CALLAGHAN COMMISSIONED Cong. Earl D. Hutto
(Demo. Fla.), left, was the principal speaker for the commis-
sioning of one of the Navy's most formidable new fighting
ships,.the'guided missile destroyer USS Callaghan (DDG 994),
at Ingails Shipbuilding division .of Litton Industries in
Pascagoula, Mississippi recently. Others participating in the
ceremony were, from left. Vice Admiral (Ret.) William M.
. Callaghan, brother of Rear Admiral Daniel J. Callaghan, for
whom the ship is named; Co6mmander John T. Hood, comman-
ding officer of the new ship; and Rear Admiral Robert B. Me-
Clinton, Commander, Charleston (S.C.) Naval Base.


Richard L. Cassani Is

Presented Service Medal


I Navy Hospital Corpsman
2nd Class Richard L: Cassani,
son of retired Navy Capt. and
Mrs. H. 1. Cassani of Port St.
Joe, recently received the
Humanitarian Service Medal.
He is a crewmember aboard
the frigate USS Fanning,
homeported in San Diego.
ship'hp 'received lti-second
Humanitarian Service Medal
within nine weeks for saving
the lives of '30 Vietnamese
refugees on July 19. The


Fanning located a drifting
45-foot boat in the South China
Sea, 200 miles east qf Saigon.
The first award was made
June 15 following the ship's
rescue of 43 men, women and
children from their small biat
30 mi!es west of Subic Bay,
Philippines. .,-
Cassani joined the Navy in'
June 1978. His wife, Tamara,
is the daughter of Troy and
Jean McMillian, also of Port
St. Joe.


In memory of our mother,
wife, daughter, sister, and
granddaughter, Linda Jo Ry-
croft Harrison, we. Everett B.
Harrison, daughters Leslie
Karen Courtney and step-
daughter Penny Harrison
Banton; Linda's father and 1,
Joe and Mildred Rycroft; her
brother and his. wife, Joseph
David and. Linda Faye, and
sons Christopher David and
Joseph Michael Rycroft; and
Grandmother, Mrs. D. B.
(Louise) Hutto, wish to humb-
ly express our heartfelt thanks
to all of Linda's senior class-
mates, friends and co-workers
at Bay Baink; also our many
friends and neighbors for their
prayers, love, many cards to
get well and of sympathy over
Linda's death; the lovely gifts
of'food brought to our homes
and the donations to the trust
fund set up for Linda at Bay
Bank. -'
The funds that are left will
now be placed into a savings
trust fobLinda's five year old
daughter, Leslie Karen Court-
ney, but anyone wishing their
donation to be returned may
do so by contacting officials at


Bay Bank and Trust.
Linda's Father and I have
never felt so completely at a
loss for words to express our
feelings, love and thanks to
everyone.
To know Linda was to love
Linda. Her smile was like a
burst of sunshine and her
laugh was contagious. She
loved, cared and reached out
to everyone with love whether
big or small. She will always
remain alive in our heart and
mind to cherish forever. We
thank God that we were
privileged to be her parents.


God bless all of you for
caring so.
Sincerely,
Everett B. Harrison
Leslie Karen Courtney
and Penny Harrison
Banton
Joseph and Mildred
Rycroft
Joseph D. and Linda Faye
Rycroft and Sons
Grandmother. Mrs. D.B.
(Louise) Hutto
A baby born in India on
July 11, 1979-the day
Skylab fell to earth-was
named Skylab Singh.


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EVENING WORSHIP ........... ..
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"


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individuals who are willing to
give a high priority to their
housing needs and responsi-
bilities."


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1981


from th It's Time to Plant Winter


Late Summer Dining Greek Style


As summer temperatures cool and the season draws to
close, it's time to gear up for fall. Clothes will be heavier an
light summer menus will be set aside for warm hearty fal
meals.
'Fish fits well into all seasons but is especially versatile i
the autumn months. Whether baked, broiled, fried, or serve
in a hot flavorful soup, one can be assured of a nutritious anc
good'tasting meal.
Mullet Musakka'A is a robust seafood version of an oli
traditional Greek favorite. The combination of piquan
flavors of eggplant, spaghetti sauce, and Parmesan cheese
enhances the pleasant nutty flavor of mullet. Add this tast:
Sdish'to your diniing fare soon.
Florida is the leading producer of mullet in the U.S. Addi
tional free recipes using this uniquely delicious fish can bi
obtained upon request from: Florida Department of Natura
Resources, Bureau of Marketing & Extension Services
Douglas Building, Suite 905, 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard
;Tallahassee, Florida 32303.
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Z-1-1/2 pounds mullet fillets or 1/8 teaspoon pepper
, other fish fillets, fresh or 1/4 cupI'melted mar
Tfrozeh s .' I cup extra thick a
' 1/2 .tiaspoon salt . spaghetti sauce


flour


garine
nd zesty


1/4 cup grated Parmesan
cheese
Parsley garnish j
fillets. Season fish with 1/2 tea-.


Flowering Annuals In Fla.


a It's time to get out of the
d summer doldrums and start
thinking about gardening. Get
n set to go! It's about time to
j plant winter flowering
d annuals.
Many of the annual flowers
d which thrive in northern gar-
t dens can be successfully
e grown in Florida, however,
y the season at which they are
- grown is quite different. Most
e annuals are classified into two
1 groups- cool season annuals
;, and warm season annuals.
, Florida's cool season is from
October to April thus we grow
many annuals during the
winter which would normally
be planted in the spring in
northern states. As long as the
proper planting time is con-
sidered, home gardeners can
produce many colorful an-
nuals all winter. Remember,
however, the cool season
annuals you plant in the fall
must be able to endure frost if
They are planted outdoors.
Annuals which can be plant-
ed in September to Oc.tober
' include sweet alyssum, brow-
allia, calendula, candytuft,
gaillardia, gypsophila, nas-
turtium, pansy, petunia,
phlox, sweet-pea, verbena and
viola.
S Annuals have numerous
uses in the garden. They are
probably best displayed in
front of shrubbery borders. By
. choosing4annuals of different,
heights, deep flower borders


can be produced Plant the
taller species at the rear and
progressively shorter varie-
ties in front Use colors which
blend well and avoid too man.
varieties having different
colors. Beds should be large
enough so that flowers can be
cut and used to provide winter
color. Many low growing
annuals make effective edg-
ings for walks and drives and
don't forget to use annuals for
window boxes and porch gar-
dening.
Annuals can be planted as
seeds or obtained as bedding
plants which can be trans-
planted into the garden. Bed-
ding plants are usually avail-
able at reasonable prices and
offer flowers quicker than
growing your own plants from
seed.
When buying seeds you get
what you pay for. Seeds of
named varieties of a specified
color are more expensive than
color mixtures. The latter
should not be expected to
produce flowers of as high
quality as the more expensive
seeds. If possible, plant seeds
after the rainy season or small
seeds may be washed away
The other alternative is to
start plants in flats so they can
be moved to shelter during
rain storms. Some annuals
such as nasturtium and sweet
peas should be planted direct-
ly where they are to grow
because they are difficult to


spoon salt and 1/8 teaspoon pepper. Peel eggplant. Slice egg-
plant lengthwise into six pieces approximately 5 x 3 x 1/2 in-
ches. Combine flour and remaining 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1/8
teaspoon pepper. Roll eggplant slices in seasoned flour and
place in a well-greased baking dish approximately 15 x 9 x 2
inches. Brush eggplant with melted margarine. Cover baking
dish' with foil" and bake in a moderate oven, 350F., for 45
minutes. Uncover and spread each slice of eggplant with one
tablespoon sauce. Place fillets on top of eggplant slices.
Spread remaining sauce on top of fillets. Sprinkle with
Parmesan cheese. Bake in a moderate oven, 3500F., for 20 to
25 m.,inuts or until fish flakes easily when tested 'ith a fork.
Garnish with parsley. Makes 6 servings. (AFNS)


transplant successful
Keep a careful watch on
young annuals Their roots are
shallow so watering is neces-
sary until they are well
established Pests must also
be kept under control.
To produce compact, bushy
plants, pinch off the top pair of
leaves after seedlings have at
least three pairs of leaves.


This will produce lateral
branches and better quality
plants
Most seed packages contain
directions for planting and
care of annuals but experience
is the best teacher The
gardener who learns how to
successfully grow annuals will
produce magnificent color in
his winter garden. So color it
with Florida flowers!


Deer Hunters May

Train Their Dogs


With the hunting season
opening just around the corn-
er, now is the time of year
when deer hunters begin
thinking about getting their
dogs in shape.
To help those hunters who
use dogs for deer hunting, the
Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission has a special
season. During this time,
free-running deer dogs may be
taken to the woods for training
or toughening.
The season runs from Satur-
day, October 3, through Thurs-
day, October 22, except in the
Northwest Region which will
open on October 3, but will
close on Sunday, October 25.
These dates apply to those
lands open to hunting which
are outside the wildlife man-
agement area system.
However, some wildlife
management areas do permit
dog training but dates may
differ from those above. In-
dividual area maps and regu-
lations should be consulted
before dog owners arrive on
the area.
During the deer dog training
season, the dogs may be
trained by persons possessing
a hunting license during day-
light hours only and without


guns.
For more information on the
1981-82 hunting season, sports-
men can contact the nearest
office of the Commission.


Phone 229-8416


From Bondage to
Conquest in the
SChristian Life
A Journey Into Fullness

Pastor Begins A New Series on Reaching the
Fullness of the Christian Life.


JOIN US FOR WORSHIP
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9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
5:45 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.


Children's Choir Carnival This
Sat., 2-4 P.M., at the Church

Long Ave. Baptist Church


TED CORLEY
Pastor


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PAGE FOURTEEN THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 1. 1981
by Ba- Medicare A

4 e by Barry McWilliaoms Ki ne T

', 4- People ini the Gulf County al for a
/' area with permanent kidney
failure who need maintenance. Once
dialysis treatment or a kidney beginss,
transplant may be eligible for months
K M B-.ERSON Medicare health insurance .is is no
S. \protection, David Robinson,. months f
ARDEN STEPHENS Social Security Field Repre- i kidne
.-_/,Z I tentative for Gulf County, said transplant
recently. 'he 36 mi
,d ""can be r
.. .... _____ _ __ underTo be eligible for Medicaret
under this provision of the Medic
law. a person must have hospital
worked long enough in a job Lal insu
-(u o under Social Security or the urance
FN v 0& railroad retirement system to ecessatr
.I__ _be insured, or be the wife, are and
husband, or dependent child of ions, mi
uch a worker. -os~t-hosl
-' "' skilled
'In general, Medicare pro- iome h
section starts on, the first day ns..'anc
4 of the third month after the nost of
,.'Z .V person's course of mainte- supplies
nance dialysis treatments il per
1' ,-I begins. It cpn begin earlier if rt cove
the person is training to ,nsuranc
-if-dialyze or enters a hospi- jremium



S2-Day Seafood Festival P.C. Beach

Charles Buckley, Chairman to be held Saturday and "Run'for tlie Mullet" starting down Highway 98 to the pier 11:00 a.m'. 'Entertainment grounds.
of the 1981 Panama City Beach Sunday, October 10th and 11th at the City Pier. At 10:00 a.m. area. from as many as five different Army pa
.:Seafood Festival, has an- at Wayside Park. On Saturday a large street parade will Live entertainment from groups will be occurring si- Fort Ru
bounced the schedule of beginning at 7:00 a.m. will be begin at the City's Civic several bands and groups will multaneously at different lo- demons
events for this' year's festival the 5,000 and 10,000 meter Center and it will travel east begin at the Festival area at cations on the Festival jumping
Festival
oyster

-Traffic Death Increase Shows Slight Drop shueg
t 4., a Jea.
Begin
The increase in traffic Colonel Eldrige Beach, Pa- still ahead of the totals for last The patrol's preliminary same period last year. Ocean C
deaths in Florida shows a trol director said, "We are year. Everyone must make a records show that as of Totals for this year indicate features
i-light decline, said the Florida pleased to see the small conscious effort to drive de- September 15, there have been that 2,132 persons have died p.m. at
.Highway Patrol recently. reduction, however, we are fensively if the present trend nine percent more deaths in and an estimated 150,849 per- appear
is to continue." traffic crashes than for the sons have been injured in entertain
traffic crashes in 1981. There At 9:
^' 2- IEElIAI ,* * r;* Twere 1,963 for the same period firework
IHIGHLAND VIEW Construction Project Is in orthe samfrom the
At one time this year, deaths and the
BAPTIST CHURCU App dI for were as much as 14 percent spectacu
SBAPTIST CHURCH Approved for Center ahead f last year. special
Corner of Fourth St. & Seond v. Congrssan Earl Hutto ber of the Subcommittee The Lbor Day weekend On Su
(D-Fla), announced from stated that "lip was pleased' produced only c8.deatl~s'com- fishing
Welcome Friend Washington recently that the that the Subcommittee agreed pared to 45 in 1980"which held fri
H Welcome FrienCom ittee on Armed to approve this important helped to keep the increase for .,Begimniin
SUNDAY SCHOOL ....................... 9:45A.M. Services', Subcommittee on project." This action, he the year down -from earlier taimen:
WORSHIPSECHOO.VICE ..............11:A..... 9&.7:30P.M. InstallationsandFacilities, noted, would "better enable trends.allAfte
WOCHURCH TRAININGCE .....(Sunday) ...... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M. approved a $500,000 construc- the NCSC to perform its "The late afternoon and groups p
............. 6:30 P.M. tion project for the Naval mission as a world leader in evening hours produce more day. Ov
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) ......... 7:30 P.M. Co p eMms.Center at mine counter-measure war- accidents and the days are booths,
.PanamaCity. fare." The project is a mine gettingshorter,forcingpeople located
,,er s rProgryfPvid .---- --,BRO; JERRY REGJISTER P.n. ma countermeasure launch and. to drive with poorer visibility ,everyopq
Hutto, fourth ranking mem- recovery ramp. at this time of the year," said Festival
-H utto, fourth ranking mem- recovery ramp. Beach, "therefore, drivers A great
need to be more alert and been gen
when possible, try to be home val and o
a. .. before darkness sets in." a large I
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kidney transplant.
Medicare protection
it will last until 12
after the month dialy-
longer required or 36
following the month of.
y transplant. If a
nt fails during or after
month period, Medicare
reinstated
are has two parts-.
insurance and medi-
irance. Hospital in-'
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ry inpatient hospital
d, under certain condi-
nedically necessary
pital inpatient care in
nursing facility and.
health care. Medical
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the services and
needed by people
'manent kidney failure
*red only by medical
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n for medical in-


At 1:00 p.m. the U.S.
arachute team from
cker, Alabama, will
rate their precision
skills landing at the
site. At 3:00 p.m. the
eating 'and oyster
g contest will be held
nain entertainment
ling at 6:30 p.m. the
)pry will perform a
how lasting until 9:30
d -will include the
nce of several name
ners from Nashville.
30 p.m. the giant
s display will occur
Send of the City Pier
conclusion of this
lar show will have a
surprise.
inday morning the
tournament will be
om the" City Pier:
ig at 11:00 a.m. enter-
t' will' begin and last
mrnoon with several
performing during the
er 100 concessions,
and displays will be
at the Festival-and
is reminded ,tlht,,e..
is free to the public.
at deal of interest has
berated by the Festi-
ifficials are expecting
turnout.


:surance of $11 per month for
i he 12-month period of July
1981 through June 1982.
Medical insurance covers
physician's services, outpa-
*ient hospital services, outpa-
tient physical therapy, outpa-
.ent dialysis treatments, dur-
able medical equipment for
use in the home, and other
medical services and supplies.
More -information about
Medicare for people with
permanent kidney failure can
be obtained at the Panama
City Social Security office,
located at 30 West Govern-
ment Street. The phone num-
ber is 769-4871.,


Community Notice


Public Hearing


Gulf County School Board
: '., . i:[ .: .:-.vs. '

Clarence Monette


Mr. Monette was suspended without pay as a '
result of the recent City Commissioner's
election. Friends of Mr. Monette and all con-
cerned citizens are asked to attend the hear-
ing, which will. be held at Gulf County Cour-
thouse, 2nd floor, Wednesday, October 7,
1981, 10:00 a.m.


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Small Cars Dange
The death rate in small cars shown that there have been
is double that of large cars, about 2.5 deaths per month per
said the Florida Highway 100,000 registered small cars,
Patrol recently. compared to 1.2 for large cars.
Studies. since 1975 have AIn other words, for every


Monday, Oct. 5
Cheeseburger with bun,
mayonnaise and catsup, corn,
lettuce, pickle, fruit mix.and
milk.
Tuesday, Oct. 6
Chicken, rice with gravy,
green beans, applesauce arid
milk.
Wednesday, Oct. 7
Battered dipped fish, cab-
bage slaw, baked beans, hush


puppy and milk.
I Thursday, Oct. 8
Corn dog, French fries,
buttered early peas, brownie
and milk.'
Friday, Oct. 9
Spaghetti with meat sauce,
tossed salad, orange half,
buttered roll and milk.
Menus are subject to change
due to the availability of foods.


rous
100.000 small cars registered.
we can expect twice as many
occupant deaths each year as
there are for every 100,000
large cars registered.
Colonel Eldrige Beach, Pa-
trol director said, "To mini-
mize chances of being killed or
injured, drivers of small cars
should always wear their seat
belt. For the next most
effective way of protecting
themselves, small car drivers
should drive defensively; al-
most as much as the smaller
motorcycle riders need to do."
S"Drivers of small cars
should strive to make their
vehicle highly visible. At
night, keep taillight lens clean
and make sure the stoplights
on the rear are working
properly."
"Until there is a greater
preponderance of small cars
on our highways, occupants of
the smaller vehicle will come
out second best in a collision,
which' is often with larger
vehicles," concluded Beach.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1981


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Hunters will Open First of Three


Phases of Dove Season Saturday
The 1981-82 mourning dove for two or more hunters to of another if the birds are the U.S. Department of the which contains some of the
eason gets under way at noon place their daily bag limits in tagged with the hunter's sig- Interior, Fish and Wildlife more common migratory bird
in Saturday, October 3 and one common spot, like an ice nature, address, total number Service, 75 Spring Street S.W., hunting regulations and sea-
love hunters would do well to chest. of birds involved and the dates Atlanta, Ga. 30303. son dates. Copies of this
:now more than just the "Law enforcement person- the birds were killed. The Commission has a bro- brochure can be obtained
hooting hours and season h, . diffi. .. ,. - chure available to hunters from any Commission office.


dates.
Lt. Col. Brantley Goodson,
director of the Division of Law
Enforcement for the Game
and Fresh Water Fish Com-
mission, reminds hunters to
adhere to the state and federal
regulations on migratory
game bird hunting.

overlooked regulations that is
of particular importance to
dove hunters is that it is illegal


determining if a particular
hunter is within the daily bag
limit when a group of his
companions have put all their
birds in one spot.
"Our advice to any dove
.hunter is not to hold, store or
transport the birds of another
hunter in any manner," Good-
son said.
He explained that regula-
tions allow for a hunter to
place his birds in the custody


-SJPC's John Beall Named
.. urenmE FAM110

,to'State Forestry Position
S John A. Beall, Jr., Managi
of Wood Procurement for U
TRY US FIRST!St. Joe Paper Company, Ta
VE HAVE HARD TO GET PARTS FOR BOATS. LAWN AND lahassee, was recently re
RDEN EQUIPMENT, TRACTORS, MOTORCYCLES. TRUCKS elected to the position
D AUTOMOBILES. AVAILABLE DAILY FROM OUR NAPA electedto the posii
TRIBUTION CENTER Secretary-Treasurer of th
Florida Forestry Association


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201 Long Avenue Highway 71
Port S. Joe, Fla. Wewahitchka. Florida
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First United

Methodist Church

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o"'.. rt St. JoeibFl da '
: JI MY .PIKES, Minlter' .
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MORNING WOSHIP ................... 11:00'A.M
EVENING WORSHIP.. .................... 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .. :........ 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........... 7:30 P.M.,'


G(oodson said the dove sea-
son this year will be from
October 3 through November 1
with shooting hours from-noon
to sunset and then November
14 through November 29 and
December 12 through January
4 with shooting hours for those
two phases from one-half hour
before sunrise to sunset.
Goodson said the U.S. De-
partment of Interior has a
brochure available to dove
hunters which explains the
federal regulations concern-
ing the sport. Persons in-
terested in obtaining the bro-
chure, entitled, "Dove Hunt-
ing the Right Way," can write


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Beau has been employed with
the St. Joe Paper Company for
31 years, and has served as the
Association's secretary-
treasurer for the past six
years'.
At the group's Annual Meet-
ing'.. held in Jacksonville in
,September, Executive Vice
President;,.Wm. Carroll'Lamb,
stated, "John Beaul's service
to the Association 'has been
invaluable, and we are looking
forward to the benefit of his'
knowledge and experience in
the coming year."
The Florida,Forestry Asso-
ciation is a non-governmental
organization of industries,'
businesses, and individuals
who encourage the promotion',
.development and protection of
,forestry in the state.
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Propel

By ROY LEE CARTER
,., Counity Extension Agent
We all have to eat, and most
$" of us enjoy eating vegetables.
But, to grow properly and
produce abundantly, vege-
table crops have to eat too.
And, we have to feed them-
fertilizer. A good fertilizer
.... program is an essential part of
the vegetable gardening in


Public

Notices

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice ia hereby given thai pursuant to
Sectlon 865.09. Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons Inlend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Gull
County, Florida, four weeks after the firal
S publication of this notice, the fictitious
S.._ namp or trade name under which they will
Sbe engaged in business and n which said
business Is to be carried on, to-wit-
THE SEWING ROOM
410A Reid Avenue
I P.O0. Box 35
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
J'., MaryH Pollock. Owner
,. 419-24
'-. '. ~ NOTICE
The Town ofl Mexico Beach will hold its
regular scheduled Municipal Election on
r November 3, 1981 Candidates may
qualify for the positions of Council
Member Group IV and Group V no later
S than :0 op.m. on October 3, 1981.
,? .' .Deadline for voter registration for Max.
I-. IcoBeach Is 5:00 P.M., on October 3, 1981.
Registration books will be closed at that
time until after.the Municipal Election on
,,-; ,November 3. 1981.
1it 9-24
NOTICE OF VARIANCE
Notice is hereby given that the City
Commission of the. City of Port St. Joe.
Florida, will consider a variance to the
Zoning Ordinance of the City as follows:
S By allowing building of a utility room
.;' on the east side of the residence on
', 'Lots 18 and 20, Block 52. City of Port
St. Joe, within 5 feet of'the property
line. .
The City will consider said variance at
Sit s regular meeting on October 6, 1981, eat
the City Commission meeting room at
: 'OOP.M.
All Interested parties are Invited to at.
,,. tend and be heard
' City OF PORT ST. JOE
Is* / L A. Farris.
City Auditor/Clerk 219-24
BID NO. 289
The City of Port St.Joe requests bids
for two (2) 1982 Four Door Sedans to be
". used as police cars. Specifications may
'be obtained from the City Clerk's Office
P. 0. Box A,. Port St. Joe,-Florida. Bid
'- opening will be held. October 6, 1981, at
IJhe'raguiar'imeeting'of the City Commis.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
Sa/L A. FARRIS,
1.''- 1 .ICty Auditor/Clerk 219-24
l 'i.' 1OT CE OF PROPOSED BUDGET
'" THE CITY OF WARI RIDGE. FLORIDA
4 A-S.JS.TiNk'TIVEL;Y ADOPTED THE.FOL-
LOWING BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL
YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1.. 1981
AND ENDING'SEPTEMBER 30. 1982-
S ', "' CITY OF WARD RIDGE
-G. oULFCOUNTY,
FLORIDA
Budget from October 1,1981 to
September 30,1982
", GENERAL FUND
Estimated Receipts
UtllityTax .. ... ...... 51.800.00
Surplus ... ......... 1,660.10
TOTAL ....... .. .. 53.460.10
Estimated Expenditures:
S.OffliceSupplies .. ....... S 200.00
.f ". Police. : ........... ..... 12.00
Ato- Attorney ...... ... 1200
Bond. ...... .. .......... 100.00
Legal Advertising ..... '. 100.00
S' Audit .......... .. ... 700.00
f Building Insurance ....... 700.00
Reserve ..... .. ... ... 1,638 10
.i.: TOTAL ....... ...... $3,460.10
'" UTILITY FUND
Estimated Receipts
Received from Fla Powei .. 54.00000
Receipt from Water & Sewer.. 5.258.00
'Surplus' .......... . 650,00
Transfer from General Fund 66000
TOTAL ... ... ..... S10,39046
Estimated Expenditures
Utilities ........ .... ..... S5,162.00"
S uetoCityolPortSt.Joe . 441.21
"- Maintenance ........... 787.25
^^ S -^ Sewer Bond .&
." Engineering Costs ..... 04,000 00
TOTAL ... ... ......... 10.390 48
_^ -i._ REVENUE FUND
Et.' u .mated Receipts
i, Lease from Tapper Co....... $3,671.00
^ : Estimated Expenditures
Pay men on Bond. Interest
yj ;f^. ".. and Principh'........... 3,671.00
J. A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE,. HELD
'i ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 5,1981, AT THE
'""" : CITY COMMISSION MEETING ROOM AT
::,y .,THE CITY HALL IN WARD RIDGE TO
-HEAR OBJECTIONS TO .THE BUDGET,.
AFTER.WHICH TIME THE COMMISSION
W; ILL ADOPT A FINAL BUDGET FOR THE
fs,'= ISCAL YEAR 1981 and 1982.
.;- CITY OF WARD RIDGE.
ii By: Allen.McCulley, Mayor
).S.. Atast: Mary E. Keith,.
City Clerk 219.24

[ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
;,.-.. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
r FLO.RIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
i"" RE The Marriage of
;,. DAVID C. KENNEDY,
,...,. Husband Pe'llloner,


and
SHEREE L KENNEDY.
Wifa-. Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: 8HEREE L KENNEDY
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
SPetiign for Dissolution of Marriage has
.. "' been flied against you and that Petilinn
seeks to dissolve your marriage to Pell.
tioner. You are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any, to ihe Peti-
lion on Mr. Fred N. Witten, Attorney at
S Lw, P. 0. Box 447. Port St. Joe, Florida
32456, or Mr. Fred N. Witten. Attorney at
. Law, 408 Long Avenue, Port St. Joe.
,. Florida 32456, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either before ser-
,, vice on Petitioner's Attorney or Im.
mediately thereafter, on or before Oc-
tober 22.1981, otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief sought
in the Petition
.1 DATED this 24th day of September.
1981.
''..'', Deputy Clerk
., ,. Honorable Jerry Gates.
Circuit Clerk 419-24



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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1981


r


Florida. But, fertilizers some-
time can be confusing. What
do the numbers mean? and,
how much of which kind
should you use?
You can improve the fertil-
ity of your home vegetable
garden soil with animal ma-
nures, or other kinds of
organic matter. But, to do the
job right, in most situations,
you also need a commercial
fertilizer with significant
amounts of the three major
plant nutrients.
Plants need a variety of
nutrients. But, the major
elements you must apply are!
nitrogen, phosphorus and poe
tassium. Fertilizers com-
monly are described in terms
of the amount of the nutrients
they contain. For example, a
100-pound bag of a 10-10-10
fertilizer would contain ten


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SIN WASHINGTON


WITH


pounds of a nitrogen com-
pound, ten pounds of phospho-
rus in the form of phosphoric
acid, and ten pounds of a
potassium compound called
potash.

The type of fertilizer you
need depends quite a bit on the
kind of soil you have. Your


real object is to provide only
those plant nutrients that your
soil doesn't already have in'
amounts large enough for
vegetable production.

The best way to determine
your fertilizer needs is to have
your soil analyzed. You,can
obtain information on how to


take a soil sample and a kit for two before planting. The rest
taking samples from your should be applied in shallow
local County Extension Ser- furrows on both sides of the
vice office., seed rows at planting. This
You should divide the procedure is called banding.
amount of fertilizer called for The furrows should be about
into two or three applications. six inches apart, and only two
About half should be broad- or three inches deep. Spread
cast in the garden a week or the fertilizer evenly in the


furrows, and then fill with soil.
The amount of fertilizer you
lace in each furrow will vary
according to the distance
between seed rows. .With
narrow rows, you'll have more
furrows in a given area, and
just a little fertilizer in each
one. Where the rows are


further apart, you'll have
fewer furrows. In this case
you can put more fertilizer in
each furrow. A later sidedres-
sing may be needed depending
on the amount of rainfall. Just
be sure to apply the right
amount for your garden, and
spread it evenly through the
furrows.


Crime Rampant InGun Control Areas


A National Rifle Association
analysis of the latest crime
statistics published by the FBI
reveals that those major met-,
ropolitan areas with strict gun.
laws lead the nation in their
rates of violent crime.,
Among cities whose popula-


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EARL :

HUTTO *


In the past few months, Legislation is pending
Congress has mostly concerned before the House Merchant
itself with reducing the size of Marinec and Fisheries Commit-
the federal budget and freeing tee, of which I am a member,
up the average taxpayer's and the Public Works and
money for purposes other than Transportation Committee
paying taxes. Congress will which will attempt to
continue to focus on the issue streamline the cumbersome
of national economic recovery permitting process, provide a
for the next few months while federal-state balance for the
other issues are put on the back operation of our nation's ports
burner. One of tme issues that and provide a federal-state
we must address in the very funding formula for the con-
near future concerns the struction of the proposed
maintenance of our nation's 45-foot deep-draft "super
port system, ports" such as the one envi-
In the decades since World sioned for Hampton Roads,
War II, America has, emerged Virginia.
as the world's greatest trading An expert on port matters
nation. Every segment of our and a constituent of the First
domestic economy is depend- District, Mr. Benson Murphy,
ent upon international trade. Port Director of Pensacola and
Fully 95% of the trade in President of the Florida Port
manufactured goods and bulk Council, testified before the
commodities over 1 billion House Merchant Marine 'and
tons valued at over $300 billion Fisheries Committee on
per year passes through our September 10th. The gist of
network of ;189 ocean and Mr. ,Murphy's testimony em-
Great Lakes ports, phasized the need to preserve
the special federal-state rela-
This highly efficient marine tionship for our nation's
transportation system of ports smaller ports while giving more
and waterways has evolved as a leeway to those very few ports
result of a unique partnership that will expand their opera-
between the federal govern- tions to handle the growing
ment and the states acting flec- of.world super-tankers.
through local ports. Through I am hopeful that both the
the partnership, the federal Merchant Marine and Public
government has developed and Works Committees will heed
maintained the channels and Mr. Murphy's valuable advice
waterways through which so that our nation may con-
waterborne commerce passes, tinue to be a giant among ex-
and commercial ports have porters and maintain a
developed the necessary favori~ble balance of trade.
shoreside improvements. The
results of the partnership are Applesauce Muffins
reflected in the position of the
United States today as the Mrs. B. Everett Jordan,
largest exporter of grain in the wife of a former Senator from
world and soon to be the North Carolina, submitted the
largest exporter of coal as well. recipe which Nancy selected
Although the United States this week.
is prominent in world trade, it
is-becoming increasingly clear V' pound soft margarine
that we have neglected the 2 cups sugar
maintenance and improvement 2 eggs
of our harbors over the last I teaspoon vanilla
twenty years. We have' con- 4 cups flour
structed a byzantine system 3 teaspoons cinnamon
that requires, on the average, I teaspoon ground cloves
10 years to authorize, fund and 2 teaspoons allspice
construct channel improve- 2 teaspoons baking soda
ment projects. On top of these I I pound can applesauce
frustrating delays, the incon- I cup chopped nuts
trovertible facts are that com-
mercial vessels are growing Cream margarine, sugar, eggs
larger and more sophisticated and vanilla. Sift flour and
and that new dedicated port spices and add to creamed mix-
facilities are needed to handle ture. Stir soda into applesauce,
these specialized vessels, along add nuts and fold into batter.
with deeper channels to accom- Mix well. Pour into greased
modate them. The average muffin tins and bake at 400*
channel depth in the world's for 20 minutes. This batter
major commercial ports today may be refrigerated, covered,
is 43 feet. A mere handful of for 2 or 3 weeks and used as
U.S. ports fall into this class, needed.




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tions exceed 500,000, Boston
was listed as America's most
violent town last year. The
1980statistics are contained in
the FBI's Uniform Crime
Reports released recently.
Boston is followed by New
York City, Baltimore, Wash-
ington, D.C. and Cleveland, all
of which have extremely rigid
gun laws.
Massachusetts, in 1975,
adopted the Bartley-Fox Act,
establishing a mandatory jail
term for the unlicensed carry-
ing of a firearm. In 1974, the
year before the Bartley-Fox
took effect, Boston ranked
fifth in overall violent crime.
It now ranks first.


New York,, which passed'
Bartley-Fox type legislation in
1980, has become America's
second most violent city since
the law passed, jumping from
fourth place in-.1979.
New York City also leads
the nation in armed robbery
with 1,429.2 per 100,000 popula-
tion, more than 100 thousand
last year.
Baltimore, with stringent
gun licensing and registration
requirements, saw a 19 per-
cent increase in its rate of
robbery last year over 1980.
And Washington, D.C.,
where the private ownership
of handguns was banned in
1977, moved from eighth place
in overall violent crime before


the handgun ban to fourth
place in 1980.
Since.the District of Colum-
bia enacted its handgun ban
its murder rate has risen 17
percent, according to FBI's
data. In near-by. Virginia,
where there are relatively few
restrictions on gun ownership.
other than those imposed by
Federal law, the murder rate
dropped 9 percent.


U


The UCR statistics show
that, overall, the United
States' murder rate has flue-
tuated in recent years. It fell
from 9.8 per 100,000 in 1974 to
8.8 in 1976 aMd 1977. Then it
rose to 9.7 in 1979 and rose
again to 10.2 in 1980. .
Firearm involvement in
murder, however, has de-
clined during those 'years,
down from 67.9 percent in 1974


to 62.4 percent in 1980.
Additionally, handgun in-
volvement in murder has
fallen from 1974, when hand-
guns were involved in. 54
percent of U.S. murders, to 50
percent in 1980. This decrease
.has occurred despite the in-
flux of more than 13 million
new handguns into U.S. circu-
lation during the same time
period.


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