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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
notis - ABZ6320
lccn - sn 95047323
System ID: UF00028419:02393

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Industry -Deep Water Port- Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
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Huge Coal Facility for Port St. Joe


Reliable Source Says $10 Million Facility to be Announced Today


1te Boardi o i erws of Semmoue Elee-
tric d Tampa, wil Sbe =..---"4g the ratio
for a luge coalt Pm.E.g rz-4qify today, accur-
ding to a surme g f .AL. .-4iK. to mhe Star.
he Mg interest i t f r f
Gulf Cotyishea itisjT eSlarjsmi.wrms.imi.m
fluat UemnaiMEfaqdiy will be ocall ear
rttS Joe -anMeVii Cmty Caml.Firtiwer
;.d- ..-im is U atU fahe ty will e Itm ed
m nie rCanal betwe n the City'sVWaiWatr
Tflad d Ph .ant iuJa, Inc. Ta ".... -
tim was revealed at ithe CMy ---


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City, Seas and Taua far the sie of the new
nImeqwdi depot, bt edoy *enAly Prt SL Joe
came- tlle picture.
JItia, tMe inms tiN will be a $10
nWim facility with a gDod dnCE to grow.
Te facility will be an inrt stalim for wat
ijcmof f wcoal for SenmiBa dElec&rM pLa
mw in opran amnd im the pbamig stages
here in Frida. (Om Snue inim plant is being
cosadHl for Mei Lierty C ty ara.
Recey, Geoge Tapper approached a
speal. w em of fhe Gur f C a ny C maHs-
sim with a request for a tax relief slabs for a
prponsd iry wilum p"ibiityfor its oa-


a -nistorii4K


tinm am the Canal, Ibut Tapper was suworn Ito
serecy and hd not revealthe type idosty
bing casdemred With ue OMreiaMe infma-
tmim that SenmiMnole wMiammmmn e i ts int ia
to hrate i Gaulf County today, it is ewridelt
Tappern s request was for lhe

Star is that all major new sserv i w cay
the story am...-unag thme ;trdtii.fis E


ed to be made today hu mis TalMpa head-
quarters and wID, in a l sia. be carried
in the area daily arkmmF.wra in their Ftriday


liism.
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area wmM be am aedk n araoto lepe-
piud pait lif Uhamim e ii s er uu
bpl;. stages bereneefaiTy woualo
gpwe bmoe hopetos to the bmldinS off a mew

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new jobs dkrvcd to the pffspol psadmt md
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alrem*y lhas app-wal fhan the DEpilnelt off
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waxdse on First Street-
SmdBtkne.mwarn mit
by BIR In have spilled a fthe
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.4 2.*


Editorials and Opinions


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Making 20 Stamp



Easier to Lick


After more than a year of trying,
'- .*he U.S.. Postal .Service says it is
- going ahead and raise the price of a
ap for a first class letter to 20c.
This action has been decided on by
thesvicpe even after government
Scom pittees and agencies have all
Sid," "No" to their request.
Beingrearedin a time when ac
;4l stamp .f.n ia letter. guaranteed it
would get to its destination within
jbree days almost anywhere in the
U United States, it is hard for us"to
f kjst to a day when letter costs
c'tb mail and chances are it mqy
t inver get to .its destination and
Sce~rtainly not within the fabled three
#ypriod of oid.
Like all other price hikes, this
oness causing a good bit of flack for
ihe Pstal Service, f ten riimal tihe
j.ror received by 'the oil companies
S mrmtheir dollai-.a-gallon gasoline


when that bit of what is now ancient
history, came about.
In our, opinion, the Postal
Service would have more success in
getting public acceptance of their
proposed 20c stamp if they would
spend a little time beforehand in
trying to make.the Postal Service
the dependable and serviceable
organization itbnce was. People
don't take too kindly at having to pay
more for less. It reminds them of the
nickel.candy bar, the $3,000 automo-
bile, the penny box of matches and
any number of things which have
risen in price while'being reduced in
quality or amount.
If the Postal Service could once
agaih guarantee that a letter mailed
anywhere in Northwest Florida
S44.ge to- PrtSt .Joe the next
*day, li ke it on did, it wbuld make
acceptance of their 20c stamp an
easier. problem t lick.


l Weavils, Gyps Moths
^ .: :.."* .. . ,1 -' .. '* .


When some of the Democratic
Congressmen agreed with President
Ropald Reagan that there needed to
be some reduction of expenditures in
these United States; some 'lie-hdrd
Democrats labeled their Congress"-
men "Bo. Weevils" for joining in
he, President's suggestion. .The
Democratic Congressmen who were
labeled "Boll Weevils" even went so



Hoe and Grew


desigfadtk p p 0op io
Want to knbw such thIings
Abreast of the latest weeds and
their problems, uses a little
SHumor ,in~ reporting on what
6 could easily be a dull and
humorless subject.
-- ." .t .-
; Weeds are anything but
f humorous to 'those who must,
Setenally fight them to get their
-gardens orflowers to grow.
'Weeds Today', in last
winter's issue, had a sketch of
Santa Clus demonstrating one
time-honored method of weed
control: "Hoe, hoe, hoe."
It seems the more we "Hoe,
hoe hoe" the more the weeds
grow, grow, grow.


far as to agree to cuts in socialized
spending, in unheard-of thing for a
Dem icrat to do. -:
.We now have another brand of
Cong eainaThn--'new brad isth
Re publican whp thinks President
gn'sbuNet cuts are not severe
e ]inou ".i .ly; they th
proposed $2 billiiin cut inthe defense
.budge ts iot ineari enough. They
champion cuts of from $9 to $12
billion -; .. .-

S'For their cbheern they are
named, -G sy Moths".
Sn upor

cast.his vote blindly along the path
hispolitical party"follows. We didn't
send him to Washington to represent
a political party.: We sent hini to
Congress to represent this Congres-
sional district of Northwest Florida,
and we expect him to do it,
regardless of which political party
hbehappens to be: affiliated with..
.We don't. really care if our
Congressman is'a Democrat, a
Republican, a Tory or a Whig. If he
keeps in tune with the people in this
area and follows.teir philosophy in
his voting, he's our man. .,
All of these name tags placed on
what is considered a political
revolutionary and designed to em-
barras, don't affect our feelings to-
ward our Congresmain oe bit.


Spill
(Continued from Page 1)
alternate to activating one of
the old wells.
The City re-activated two of
the old wells as a source of
supply last year. In the spring
of thisyear, one of the wells, a
deep well, collapsed inside,
causing the second well, a
shallow well, to also collapse
in the bottom. The deep well
has since been repaired and
the shallow well is being
replaced rather than repaired:
OTHER BUSINESS ;,.
In other business matters,
the City:
-Accepted a .low bid of
16,911.06 with trade of two old
cars from St. Joe Motor
Company, to furnish the City
withtwo new police cars.
-'Heard the first reading of
an ordinance which -would
allow the use of 'schedule 40
PVC pipe as a sewer service
line to homes.
-Received a petition from-
residents of Third' Street to
repair the sidewalks 'on that
street.
-Agreed to designate We-
wahitdaka State Bank as a
second' dePbsitory for City
funds.

Basic Down

(Continued from Page 1)
tern which fed the salt water
pumps of Basic, causing more
problems. al6ng the power
distribution system as the
lines shorted out.
Since the elevated power
system was attached to a
study overhead steam sys-
te0i the st cture stopped the
tuckwhic a'ed up into
the air, dropping its front
wheels to the ground.
All in all, it just wasn't that
truck driver's day.
The devastation caused by
.the truck, shut Basic down for
a little more than four hours.

Best Place
-.. ".I'.'ve to say it agaiin'-
Port ioe is the best plah to
be when youaredownand out,
up and about, and 'll tell you
why this is true. When you are
well you have faces with
smiles as you pass them.
When you are in trouble there
are many you can call' for
prayer. Whem sick we have
one of the best hospitals in the
State because I've" just spent
10 days in Municipal Hospital.
We have the very best staff of
nurses, best doctors, best
office force, best floor work-
ers, best cooks and you are
served your food with a smile.
Let's pray, people, that St.
Joe will remain always until
the Good Master calls us one
by" one or comes 'for us
instantly.'
Thanks for Dr. Shirley
Simpson's kindness.
Sincerely,
Aunt Bell DuBose
,


Letters to the Editor:


To Participate In Celebration


TO THE CITIZENS OF PORT
ST. JOE AND SURROUND-
AREAS:
Recently THE STAR car-
ried a story about Yorktown,
in Virginia, and about the
200th Anniversary Celebration
of the Battle of Yorktown
which was fought on the 19th
of October, 1781, bringing the
War of Independence to a
successful conclusion, and
blessed Freedom to the
American people.
'The St. Joseph Bay Chapter,
Daughters of the American
Revolution, will be partici-


pating in the Yorktown cele-
bration by sponsoring a "Day
of Thanksgiving and Prayer"
on Sunday, October 18, with a
special prayer service to be
held at the First United
Methodist Church, Sunday
afternoon, at 2:30, and by the
ringing of church bells at 12:00
Noon on Monday, the 19th,
"Victory Day".
We, the members of the
local DAR chapter, urge the
citizens of this area to cele-
brate with us the anniversary
of this very significant day in
the history of our nation. We


invite you to pray with us on
Sunday afternoon at the
Methodist Church, and when
the bells are ringing on
Monday at noon, to again lift
your hearts to the God of
America who gave us the
Victory in Yorktown 200 years
ago.
Most sincerely,
Mrs. Charles Browne,
Regent
Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr.,
Chairman
Yorktown Bicentennial
Committee


Says Some

Nice Things
Dear Frenchie,
It doesn't seem as though
five and a half months have
passed since I came to Port St.
Joe as the "temporary Post-
master". It has been a pleas-
ure to be a part of your special
community.
I surely do appreciate all the
help and the many deeds of
kindness shown to me by you
and the Citizens of Port St.
Joe. You all have helped to
make my stay very pleasant
and you have given me
memories that will always be
special to me.
Becky McCombs


H .ard to I

I RRICANE IRENE was veering
aw'ayfrom the southern tip of Florida
when this was written and the Weather
.S ice said it wasn't much of a threat
toAdthb FIodida mai-land, if any at all.
rit e Irene' doesn't stir the
u ppiehension in me which an
'a a g, huricane usually causes.
mainconcern is whether it will wait
tohit'until the paper is out. Hurricanes
Sand other storms play havoc with the
, ftews media, especially those which
ap.idepend on electricity to get their
-., '. *particular missile to the people.
[J-b eIrpul rings nQ alarm bells in me
;; becauseofitname. Ihappentohave a
S siter-in-law named Irene and she is a
little thing; barely 90 pounds in weight
i nd'no larger than"a good-sized hoe
- l handle Irene doesn't scgre me because
1. .-ofbir size and the hurricane Irene fails
.to'tir me because of'my immediate
association with the name "Irene".
S.tt M brothrells me that at times
L' Irene (th site-in-law) can come nup
with a gust or two but it all blows over
I. n just few minutes. She can cloud up
o onilnute and the sun be shining the
S next. She likes to play around with
S' 5tns like golf, hiking and the like, and


ork Up An Apprehension Over A Hurricane Nam


you 'can hardly do these things in the
midst"of a, storm.
So, I'll just keep.an eye on Irene the
hurricane and be ready to duck a short
squall and not be apprehensive about a











steady sustained blow.
.s* L + + + +
WALTER WILSON in his Chiefland
Citizetold a story a while back about a
sleep walker I thought you might enjoy.
-' 'It 'seems there was a man and his
wife wholived in Trenton; who had gone
down around Sarasota to spend the
week end camping 'out.
3 Coming home, along Highway 29,
through Chiefland, the wife was driving
the pick-up camper while the husband
.. ,, '.: ,.. ,*: *; -


was sleeping in the camper the pick-up
was carrying on its back. As the pick-up
camper tooled through Chiefland, the
man stirred in his sleep, got up from his
bed and started walking in his sleep. He


opened the door to the camper, still
asleep, and stepped outside while the
pick-up was still travelling down the
road on its way home. .'*:
That first step was a doozy and the
man woke up lying in the middle ofthe
highway.
When the lady got home and opened
the camper to awaken her husbandd* he
wasn't there. She started calling
around and finally came up on a police
report of a man found in the middle, of


the road in Trenton.
Putting two and two together, the
lady surmised this was her husband.
She found him in a Gainesville
hospital where he had been taken, lying


up in a bed asleep, finishing out his nap
which was so rudely interrupted.
REV. ADOLPH BEDSOLE used his
column last week to pooh-pooh evolu-
tionists claim that man "accidentally"
evolved from a glob of matter.
I join Rev. Bedsole in not believing
that something as complex as man
could come about from almost nothing
through a series of accidents or as the
result of this glob adjusting itself to the


changing climate of the Earth.
Most of us can give a better case
from proof that man did not "evolve"
than the evolutionists can give that he
did "evolve". There is not one shred of
tangible proof that man came from the
glob. There is plenty of theory, but no
proof which you or I can hold in our
hand or see with our eyes.
And when it comes to taking things
on faith, as we would have to do if we
accepted the evolutionists theory, I'll
put my faith in what the Bible says any
day.
Really, if man did indeed evolve
from the glob, it would put my faith
more than ever in the hand which God
had in the creation of man. It would
have had to be someone like God which
caused such opportune "accidents"
which evolutionists claim for man to
evolve from nothing. If that's the way
God did it, all I have to say is that he did
it the hard way.
SOMETIMES YOU just can't help
some people or some things.
There are squirrels living in my
back yard somewhere. We put things


ed "Irene"

out for them to eat and they dine
heartily at least twice a day.
At times when they are dining, they-
drive John Miller's dog and my cat7
crazy with their game of hide and seek:
with these two predatory animals (as;
far as the squirrels are concerned). Thet
cat and the dog try their best to catch:
the squirrels but they just make a game-
of the chase and spend part of their'
feeding hours tantalizing the cat andc
dog.
I root for the squirrels.
I might quit, though. This year, my:
pecan tree had its first credible crop of'
nuts. I surmised I would get at least a
peck of nice fat pecans from the trees
come harvest time.
Guess who got the pecan harvest?-
The squirrels.
It's about time for the nuts to pop
open so I checked them the other day.
for the first time in about two or three
weeks. _
There are two pecans left. I expect
to find those two gone any day now. ;
If the squirrels get my last two-
pecans, I might start rooting for the dog:
and the cat.


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SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE


IN COUNTY-ONE YEAR. $8.00
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TIDES
High and low tides for St.
Joseph's Bay for the upcom-
ing week are shown in the tide
table 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.


Thurs.
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
Mon.

Tues.
Wed.
Thurs.


High Ht. Low Ht
606 1.6 1639 .4
715 1.6 1722 .6
831 1.5 1750 .A
1005 1.5 1754 .8
06 1.0 418 .S
1200 1.2 1715 .9i
2309 1.2
2317 1.4 635 .
2342 1.6 809 .
832 .X


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County Health Department Gets



Started with Flu Vaccination


County health officials have
announced the startup of their
flu vaccination program. .
According to E.C. Prather,
MD, Gulf County Health Di-
rector, this year's vaccine is
double strength and should
provide good protection
against A-Brazil-78, A-
.angkok-79 and B-Singapore-
79 virus strains. These are the
flu strains which prevailed
last season and are the ones
expected to predominate this
season..
Dr. Prather said the vaccine
supply is limited and will be
allocated on the following
priority: Residents of nursing
homes; persons who have
chronic respiratory problems;
Persons who have any chronic
health problem; and Persons.
age 65 or older who request
vaccine.
Individuals who are 29 years,
or older will require only a.
S single dose.-Those younger
will require two doses, unless
they had at least one shot of
in,.


vaccine used during the
past two years. In that case
only a single dose will be
necessary.
A split-virus vaccine will be
available for children age 13
and younger. This vaccine is
just as protective as the other
and is better tolerated by,
young children, health offi-
cdais said. .
Last year the Florida De-
'partment of Health and Reha-
bilitative Services (HRS) cal-
culated that over 53,000 iflu
shots were provided by county
health departments statewide.
This included some private
physicians who got vaccine
from county health units for
their patients. However, the
number of other private physi-
cians who purchased the vac-
cine directly from pharma-
ceutical firms is unknown.
Demand is expected to be
greater: this year since flu;,
infections last season increas-
ed an estimated 11 percent
A' A ,


Baptist Churches Sunday


The musical group of Gary
Smith and Witness, of Hous-
ton, Texas, will be appearing
in concert in two Port St. Joe
Baptist churches Sunday.
At the Sunday morning
worship services, the musical
group will be giving a mini
concert in the auditorium of
the Long Avenue Baptist
Church. For the evening wor-
ship services at 7:30 p.m., the
group will be appearing in the
auditorium of the First Bap-
tist Church.
The group of six musicians
first appeared in the Port St.
Joe area last fall when they
presented a short concert at
the Long Avenue Baptist
Church. They present an
exciting program of song and
Christian testimony through-
out the United States in their
annual tour.
Everyone is invited to at-
tend one of the local Baptist



Thanks, Port St. Joe for
supporting the paper re-
cycling drive sponsored by the
Gulf County Adult Activity
Center for Retarded Citizens.
With our communities help,
we profited $75.00 on our first
sale. Please continue to save
newspapers, magazines and
aluminum cans for this pro-
ject." To be placed on our
weekly pick-up route, call
229-6327. Thanks against t


Directors Meet


The Board of Directors of
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic, Inc. will hold its
regularly scheduled meeting
on Tuesday, October 13, at
7:00 p.m.(E.D.T.).The meet-
S ing will be held in the Clinic
Conference Room at 311 Wil-
liams Avenue in Port St. Joe.

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churches to hear Smith and
his group.


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statewide over the previous
year.
Dr. Prather urged persons
planning to get the flu shots to
observe the following sche-
dule: Port St. Joe, Tuesdays,


9:00-11:30; and Wewahitchka,
Monday and Wednesdays,
1:00-4:00.
Dr. Prather said it, takes
about two weeks after the
shot(s) for the vaccine to


provide maximum protection
against flu. Dr. Prather ad-
vised that those persons need-
ing flu shots should get them
as soon as possible and not
wait until the flu is here.
I.


One of the attractions of the carnival was the Moon Walk.


Carnival Attracts


Young Crowd


The Children's Choir Car-
nival sponsored by the Long
Avenue Baptist Music
Ministry was a huge success
Saturday afternoon, with 125
children attending. Each
child, age four years through
sixth grade, participated in
ring toss, ball throw, pony
rides, Moon Walk, dart throw,
and other carnival games. A
highlight of the afternoon was
trying to hit the clown with a
water balloon. As the clowns
soon learned, some of the


City policeman Red Graves directs traf-
fic around one of vehicles Involved in an acci-


youngsters had a good pit-
ching arm.
The Carnival kicked off the
Children's Choir program
which began Wednesday even-
' ing at the church. The choir
program has organized music
activities for the children each
Wednesday afternoon at 5:30.

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Two letters not on
any ordinary phone di-
al are "Q" and "Z".


dent Monday morning in front of the entrance
to the Container Division. -Star photo


Cars Damaged In Crash


Jerry Fisher, age 26, of
Route 1, Wewahitchka was
taken to Municipal Hospital,
treated and released as the
result of a two-car collision on
Highway 98 early Monday
morning.
Fisher was riding as a
passenger in a small compact
car driven by John David
Chamblis, 30, also of Route 1,
Wewahitchka. A second pas-


senger in the car, Tommy
Gray, 24, was not injured.
According to the investigat-
ing officer, Sergeant James
Graves of the Port St. Joe
Police Department, Chamblis
was slowing to make a left
turn into the box plant en-
trance of St. Joe Paper
Company about 6:55 Monday
morning, when his car was
struck in the rear by a second


vehicle driven by Fredrick A.
Griffin, 19, of 2001 Cypress
Avenue. Both cars were tra-
velling in a northerly direction
when the accident occurred.
Sgt. Graves said Griffin
reported that he didn't see the
stop lights come on on the
Chamblis vehicle.
Estimated damages were
$850 to the compact car and
$800 to the Griffin vehicle.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1981


PAGE THREE,


OBITUARY:


Lewis Taken by Death


Rubin L. Lewis, 71, of
Burgess Creek, Wewahitchka,
passed away Sunday night in a
Panama City hospital follow-


ing a lengthy illness. He was a
native of Alabama and lived in
the Wewahitchka area many
years. He was a retired
tugboat Captain. He was a
member of First Baptist
Church of Wewahitchka.
Survivors include: his wife,
Mrs. Florence Lewis of Bur-
gess Creek; his mother, Mrs.
Annie Meredith and his sister,
Gertrude Boswell, both of


Wewahitchka.
Funeral services were held
at 3:00 p.m.(cst) Tuesday, at
the First Baptist Church at
Wewahitchka, conducted by
Rev. Adolph Bedsole. Inter-
ment will follow at Cypress
Creek Cemetery in Kinard.
All services were under the
direction of the Comforter
Funeral Home, Wewahitchka
Branch.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1981


Beverly Shackelford and Earnest



Pittman United In Marriage


: Miss Beverly Ann Schackel-
,-ford became the wife of
Earnest Charles Pittman on
Sept. 5th at 6:30 in the evening
in New Bethel A.M.E. Church
with the Rev. James W.
.-' Williams performing the cere-
Imony.
Beverly is the daughter of
/ :Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shackel-
ford, Sr. of Port St. Joe, and
; Earnest is the son of Mr. and
S Mrs.Rel Pittman, also of Port
; St. Joe.
Nuptial music was pre-
sented by Rev. Willie Jones,
: organist and vocalists were
Mrs. Gloria Best, Mrs. Cora
Qumn, and Robert Lewis, Jr.
S'. -..Given in marriage by her
: father and mother, the bride
.. chose an elegant high neckline
SVictorian era gown of chiffon
Sand Rachelle lace. The mold-
., ed lace bodice complimented
by a sheer chiffon yoke edged
in satin, was enhanced by
; fitted lace sleeves cuffed in
.chiffon. The all lace A-line
:-. skirt had a deep satin edged
chiffon qounce with a surprise
double versaille drape cascad-
Ming dow" the entire length'of
,' : the back panels before sweep-
,ing into a semi-cathedral
-. train: Her head piece was a
S small brimmed lace covered
S hat with perky bows of bridal
.' ,)llusIon for the complete look.
-'The bride carried a graceful
:.colonial style fall bouquet
;' ,'made of peach roses enter-
.twined with daisies in fall
S colors. The bouquet was held
wi th chantily lace and its
cascade was enhanced by
i.2. Batin and velvet streamers.


dresses and carried brown
wicker baskets trimmed with
satin ribbon streamers and
stephanotis. Toby Thomas,
cousin of the groom, served as
ring bearer.
Robert Lewis, Jr. of Mont-
gomery, Ala. se-ved as best
man. Groomsmen were
Rawlis Henderson of Marian-
na, and Michael Leslie of Port
St. Joe. Ushers were Darion
'ard, Charles Nettles, Archie
Lee and Arthur Shackelford,
Jr. of Pascagoula, brothers of
the bride, and Aubery Wash-
ington of Carrolton, Ga. Tori
Shackelford, nephew of the
bride, gave out the programs.
For her daughter's wedding,
Mrs. Shackelford chose an
evening dress of pale peach
quiana with a softly draped
neckline and matching acces-
sories. The groom's mother,
Mrs. Pittman, wore a beige
formal two piece ensemble of
French lace with brown acces-
sories.
The chancel of the church
was beautifully lit for the
solemnization of the couple's
yows -by three. dozen 'ivory
tapers. Two tall wicker floor
baskets held majestic ar-
rangements of peach and
white roses, daisies, and
asters backed by palms. All
four candelabras had their
own bouquets. The family
pews were marked with white
wicker baskets holding bou-
quets.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was given for the
couple by the bride's parents
in the church Annex with Mrs.
Eugenia Thomas serving the
bride's cake, Mrs.- Millie Fen-
nell at the hors d'oeuvres
table, Mrs. Christine White at
the punch bowls, Ms. Sandra
Gathers serving the groom's
cake, -and Mrs. Audrey Mo-
nette and Mrs. Sandra' Jones
were floor hostesses. -Mrs. .
Beatrice Walker; sister of the
groom, kept the bride's book.
The wedding and reception
was directed by Mrs. Minnie
J. Likely:
The couple now makes their
home in Fort Myers.


New Bethel A.M.E. church
Annex, with a host of friends
and relatives attending.
The shower room was beau-
tifully decorated in the bride's
chosen colors of peach wnd-
earth tones. The cake was
decorated in peach and brown
colors on a table draped with a
beige and peach lace cloth
accented with fall flowers and
leaves.


The guests were served
punch with an assortment of
chips, dips, and other, chosen
favorites of. the shower hon-
oree.
The honoree received many
beautiful and useful gifts.
Hosting the shower was Mrs,
Oscar Jones, Sr., Mrs. Alton
Fennell, and Miss Debra
Shackelford, sister of the
honoree.


Mr. and Mrs. Earnest


Students included In SDA


The Society of Distinguished
American High School Stu-
dents has announced that six
students from Long Avenue
Baptist Church are to be'
included in its membership for'
"1981.:
The Society, one of the most
selective high school honor-
aries in America today, ac-
cepts only students nominated
by their sponsors. To be
nominated, students must ex-
cel in academics, extracurri-
cular, or civic activities.
Students awarded this honor
include: Lori McClain, Ann
Ward, Vicki Barlow, Donna
Jones, Traci McClain, and
Tommy Williams.
The student's sponsor, Rev.
Ted Corley, received a Na-
tional Appreciation Award
from the Society for "being
dedicated to the encourage-
ment and assistance of stu-
dents." One of the Society's

Second Session

"The Christian

Woman Series
The second session on "The
Christian Woman", a six-week
course- taught by. Mrs. Sue
Haller, will be held this
Friday, October 9, from 9:45-
11:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs.
Jackie Quarles, 2102 Constitu-
tion Drive. This week's study
will be on "Attitudes:' Disarm-
ing the Porcupine".
All ladies are invited and
asked to bring a notebook.
Free nursery will be provided
at Long Avenue Baptist
Church. Addresses for the
following sessions will be
announced each week in The
Star.
For additional information,
please call 229-6111 or 229-8895.


goals is to make membership
an encouragement for top
performance on the secondary
school level.
Unique in concept, the
'Society has combined this
honor with its National
Awards Program which ear-
marks college scholarships
for Society members. This
program, now in its thirteenth
year, is funded by over 100
American colleges. It also.
preserves the honor by listing
the ;students and their bi-


ographies in an annual Mem- bership IRegistry.

Stoutamire McKiernan

Final Plans Told


Connie Stoutamire and
Wayne McKiernan will be
united in marriage on October
10 at 6 o'clock at the First,
Pentecostal Holiness Church,
Garrison Avenue.
Parents of the couple are
Mr. and Mrs. Davis Stouta-


mire and Mr. and Mrs. R.L.
McKiernan.
A reception will be held in
the church Fellowship Hall
following the ceremony.,
All friends and relatives of
the couple are invited to be
present.


Barnes. Mrs. Barnes, over the past two years,
R e c g i *has given three hours of volunteer work per
if week to the Gulf County School System. She is
continuing her volunteer r work for the 198142
school year. In addition Mrs. Barnes is
Receiving a certificate of recognition in working with the Senior Citizen organization,
honor of her outstanding voluntary service to teaching arts, crafts and music to the senior
the citizens of Gulf County is Mrs. Lorell citizens of Gulf County.


Era Luckie, C. E. Daniell

Married On October 4


S.,:- ,.any big friends stopped by
, wish Stephanie a happy
,,.. Her little friends were
i,..Chrystina Marquardt, Brian
and Lee Cathey, Frances
Adkisan, Joni Peak, Amber
Cofley; Carmen, Angel and
"' T d Barr, Cristen Duren,
-.--td her special friends,
Christopher and Michael
I., 'Mock. '
The highlight of the party
weas an R-2 D-2 cup given to
I Stephanie by her sister, Jen-
i nifer. Even though Chew-
S bacca couldn't fly in for' the
Party everyone had a great
Time. Stephanie" asked her
.momma if she could do it all
."' 'pigaln. Next week?
., L','A special thank you to Robin
'. .xKimmell who helped serve ice
S cream and cake, and Nan
; Adkison who helped decorate
S the cake.
Stephanie is the daughter of
Garry and Traci Gaddis. She
is the granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James Gaddis and
S Mr. and Mrs. James Middle-
I. ton. The niece of Terri Lyles,
STerresa and Allen Gaddis, all
of Mexico Beach.
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New Fal Mail-A-Book


Catalogs Being Mailed
The new fall catalog for Mail-a-Book, .that postage is paid on books both ways by the
containing 800 titles, will be mailed to Gulf regional library. The only cost to the reader is
County library patrons October 16. the stamp for the postcard provided to mail
their requests to the library.
John Garrett, Mail-a-Book library assistant Interested persons may obtain more
for the Northwest Regional Library System, information about Mail-a-Book and other
asked that boxholders who do not want their services offered by the regional, library by
catalog please pass it on to a friend or calling Bay County Public Library in Panama
neighbor, or return it to their branch library. City at 785-3457, or Port St. Joe Public Library
For all those unable to get to the library in at 229-8879, or the Wewahitchka Public
Port St. Joe or Wewahitchka or the Library, 639-2419. Write to Mail-a-Book, 25
headquarters library in Panama City, West Government Street, Panama City,
mail-a-book is a free service. Garrett said Florida 32401.


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SInspect Fire Truck

The children of Port St. Joe Elementary School's kinder-
garten classes had a treat Tuesday of this week when the City


A.A.RP. Membersto Enjoy Re-Enlists In
Staff Sgt. Randall K. Holm- n
Musical Program Monday re-wed t
1r4 es, son of Mrs. Willie G.
iusicrogram Mondoy Holmes of Wewahitchka, has
re-enlisted in the U.S. Air t
The St. Joseph Bay Chapter Miss Wise has just returned be one of the satisfying parts Force at Pease Air Force I
of the A.A.R.P. will meet from engagements in Missis- of the afternoon. Base, N.H.. after nine years of o
Monday, Oct. 12th, at the sippi. This is an opportunity Remember the date,-
Union Hall- the old Presby- for an enjoyable afternoon and Monday, Oct. 12th, 2:30 p.m.
terian Church Building on 6th we urge all members to attend St. Joseph Bay Chapter FirS
Street between Long and and bring guests. As usual A.A.R.P. At the Union Hall on
Woodward- at 2:30 p.m. good refreshments and a 6th St. in Port St. Joe. Miss
We are very fortunate in- chance to visit with old friends Carol Wise will be our fea- Presbyteria
deed in that Miss Carol Wise, and to make new friends will tured guest. Bring a friend.
known and loved in this area Sixteenth Street and Fc
for her singing of sacred ; Phone227
music will be our guest artist. SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CL
Study in the Gospels, We
N Welcome to

JOHN M. STUA
Phone 220


of Port St. Joe's fire truck paid the school a visit. Joe B
shown at left above, demonstrates a fire hose to the cb
as John Ford, another fireman, mans the pumps.
This week the children aire learning about fire safe
the role of the fireman. The visit of the fire truck was th
point of the children's study. -Stai


County 4-H Students Observing


National 4-H Week, October 4-1
'Local 4-H members are city. Through learn-by-doing community, nation and the Cooperative Ext
- observing National, 4-H Week, projects, members learn to world. vice of the State
Oct. 4-10, using the theme, select and follow pathways In 4-H, members are en- Universities and
"4-H Pathways to the Fu- toward success in career courage to seek individual Department of A
Suree" development. 4-H pathways growth and accomplishment, 4-H reaches boys
- This, year's theme chal- lead young people and their ,express their creativity, ac- every county of
. lenges members, to,,become ,-volunteer leaders-to increased cept socialresponsibility, and States-.There are
self-directing, productive aid understanding, appreciation promote family involvement, million 4-H natio
contributing members of so- and service to the people of the As the youth program of the grams similar t
e v involve nearrl


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children
Trish Tapper shows one of the gymnastic exercises
ty and which Is taught in the gymnastic program being offered by
e high the Gulf.County RecreatifoiDepartment. The classes are be-
r photo ing offered on the Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced
levels, and are being taught by Jennifer Lynch. Anyone
wishing to enroll In the classes may register by contacting
the GulfCounty RIecreation Department, located in the City
Hall between 9 a.m. and 12; or by calling 229-119.


L0
ension Ser-
Land Grant
d the U.S.
agriculture,
and girls'in
the United
ipeisrly aiye-
mwide. I~or
to 4-H alsd
4-: m illi n


iouvuivu il %.s J U
youth in some 82 countries
around the world.
To help find your pathway to
the future, contact.your local
Extension Service at 229-6123.

Presbyterian

Women

Met Monday
The Presbyterian Women of
.th Church met with Mrs.
Thomas Ely Monday, October
5. The devotional, based on
Romans 12:6, was given by
Mrs. John Stuart. Mrs. Stuart
stated that in response to the
gospel, stewardship should
totally encompass our lives.
Mrs. Harold .Beyer, presi-
dent, announced there would
be a covered dish supper at
the church October 21 at 6:30
p.m.
Mrs. Robert Neidhardt, Jr.,
will be hostess for the Novem-
ber meeting. Mrs. S. R. Brown
will give the devotional.


OnThe Finest Quality
SWalkei Mufflers
,That's 25% off the very best mufflers
Walker makes. However, you.have to
J -r hurry. The sale ends October 31st.
Just look for me at any of these
nearby Walker Muffler outlets
and iave 25%.

Renfro Auto Parts
401 Williams Ave. -Port St. Joe
Phone 229-6013 or 227-1365


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Walker Manulacturlng
Division of Tenneco Aulomolive


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Air Force
military service.
Holmes, a musical superin-
endent with the 541st Air
'orce Band, is a 1969 graduate
of Wewahitchka High School.


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an Church
arrest Park Avenue
7-1756
............ 10:00 A.M.
ASS ......... 11:00A.M..-
ednesday 7:00-7:45
Everyone.
kRT, Pastor
19-6857 "


Gary Smith and
Witness In Concert
11:00 a.m. Sunday


Join Us for A Great Time of
Praise.and Fpilowship .

BIBLE STUDY .......................... 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 11:00A.M."
CHURCH TRAINING .................... 5:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 7:00 P.M. .
WEDNESDAY ........................ 7:00P.M. "

SERMON TOPICS "
A.M. "Take Two Giant Steps"
P.M .................. "The Gifts of the Holy Spirit"

Long Ave. Baptist Church H


TED CORLEY
Pastor


1601 LONG AVENUE
MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music and Youth


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Mr. and Mrs. David Jackson an


Cordily i Aite u
to attend an open house to celebrate
the completion of their new home. A
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SATURDAY & SUNDAY Re
October 10 & 11, 1981


You, too, can own a new home, the easy, Jim Walter
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SJoe go west on 98 to Avenue E. ;
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Register for FREE drawing ;
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freshments will be served. Gifts for the en-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1981


Sharks Fill Up the Scoreboard In 45-8



Romp Over Apalachicola Friday Night


Port St. Joe's Sharks put
" points on the scoreboard in
every period and racked up
325 yards of offense against
the Apalachicola Sharks last
Friday, downing Apalachicola







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extra points to complete the
Shark scoring.
Apalachicola put their lone
score on the board in the
second period when they scor-
ed on a four yard run by


put the Sharks ahead 14-0 after
Sisk kicked the extra point.
Apalachicola got on the
board four minutes later when
the Sharks marched from
their own 24 yard line, ailed


extra point and the Sharks had
a 21-8 lead at half time.
The Sharks set up their first
TD in the last half when Jay
Lynn fell on an Apalach
fumble on their 32. Seven
plays later, Sisk rammed the
ball into the end zone from the
two yard line. Adkison kicked
the extra point.
With Ernie Bryan at the
quarterback slot, the Sharks
rode the airways for another
TD late in the third period,
when Bryan nailed Adkison in
the end zone for a 28 yard
scoring strike. Adkison then
passed to Altstaetter for the


two extra points and the
Sharks were ahead 36-8.
Bryan hit Altstaetter for
another TD pass in the last
period from 14 yards out, but
the score was nullified when
the Sharks were called for
illegal motion. The ball was
put back on the 19 and Sidney
Harris then ticked off two runs
of 17 and two yards to score
again. Sisk kicked the extra
point and the Sharks had a
commanding 43-8 lead with six
minutes left in the game.
Then, with only three second
left in the game, Altstaetter
sacked Howze in the end zone


for a safety and the Shari
last score, ending the gamin
45-8.
TOMORROW NIGHT
Tomorrow night, the Shark
take to the road to meet th
Marianna Bulldogs in Mar
anna. Game time is 8:30 p.m
Port St. Joe time.
YARDSTICK
PSJ Ape
First downs 12
Rushes, yards 31-19L 32-9
Passing yards 134 1
Return yards 67 4
Passes 11-9-1 8-2
Fumbles, lost 1-1 2-
Penalties, yards 10-60 7-3


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.' Alan Sisk, 44, makes a dive for extra Apalachicola Sharks.
' yardage In Friday night's game against the
45-8. Howze and Travis Stanley by two Shark penalties. Howze
: -.,Kip Altstaetter caught two added the two point conver- squeezed across the goal line
iChris Adkison passes for two sion. from three yards out and
touchdowns, fullback Alan Stanley scored the two extra
Sisk ran two TD's across the The ark fi score was points on a two yard run.
tgoal line and Adkison and set up when Harris intercept- The Sharks put seven more
TSidney Harris each added a ed a Howze pass mid-way l on the scoreboard with four
"' Acore to pace. the Sharks' the first period on the Apaa- minutes left in the half, when
nse. Altstaetter added 29. Adkison passed to Altstaetter took his second .
-afety in the waning moments rnie Bryan for 12yards, then pass from Adkison on a 20
if the game, as he tackled ht Atstaetter n the end zone yard aerial. Sisk kicked the
S ,- ,..t...,o,,, on a 15 yard toss for the score.


S apl,;, n qucoua.uu qucu a,
Michael Howze in the end zone
J'. as the game clock was wind-
S.ing its last few seconds.
Sisk kicked four extra points
't'Adkison booted one and Alt-
.j'l staetter caught a pass for two


As the second period open-
ed, the Sharks were on the
Apalachicola five yard line
with third down. Sisk roared
across withe TD on the first
play in the second period to


| S4 Wilbert Farmer In

I ,Operation Reforger '81
Spec. 4 Wilfred K. Farmer, allied forces taking part in tl
.,'son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. annual exercise.
Farmer of 218 Ave. G, Port St -.qThe -13th- of -its- serri
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Invitational With A 221 Score


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1981


George Tapper, left, helps Mark Miller on
with his George G. Tapper Invitational blazer


= Record

Wewabitchka's Gators kept
their perfect record intact last
.: Friday' in their first home
Sgame"ofthe "ason '
The 'Gat6rs whitewashed the
SSneads Piates, 17-0 for their
thiid shutout of the season.
The Gatorsi now have first
place in Ditrict 1-A and are
rated thi'the state in their
Both teams relied on their
Defense in the first period, but
Gitor nTim Prie put three
points on the Board for the
z Gators in the second period on
a 32-ya4d field goal. Price's


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kick was enough to win the
game, but the Gators added 14
more on two runs by Price in
the third and last period.
As the second half got
underway, Price fielded the
Sneads kick-off and scamper-
ed 89 yards for a Gator
touchdown, then kicked the
extra point. In the last period,
Price crossed the goal line
again on a 10 yard keeper play
from the Wewa wishbone
attack.
Although Price scored all
the points the Gators made, he
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gainer for the Gators. Andrew
Gainer took that distinction
with his 54 yards.
The stout Gator. defense
pretty well shut down the
Sneads potent ground attack,'
limiting the Pirates to only 51
yards running and 31 through
the air. The Pirates chalked
up five first downs for the
game while the*Gators were
racking up 11 first downs.
The ferocity of the defensive
game was evident, too, n the
Gators' production of yards in
the game. Accustomed to
chalking up around 300 yards
a game, the Gators had only
169 from their potent ground
attack and 25 yards from a
single completed pass. Price's
big 89 yard kick-off run was
the Gators main offensive
attack in the game.
The Gator defense ,eld the
Pirates at bay for al&mstthe
entire game. The Pirates had
only one opportunity at scor-
ing, a field goal attempt which
went wide of the mark.
FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday night, the Gators will
be at home again when they
meet the Blountstown Tigers
in what should be a real
barn-burner.
YARDSTICK
Sneads 'Wewa
First downs 5 11
Rush yardage 24-51 50-169
Passing yards 31 25
Return yards 30 96
Passes 12-4-0 5-1-0
Punts 7-26 2-31
Fumbles, lost 2-1 2-1
Penalties, yards 6-50 8-70


Mark Miller shot a 54-hole
total of 221 to win the George
G. Tapper Invitational title
here Sunday afternoon.
Miller edged out Kirk Par-
ker, who had been the leader
in the tournament up until the
final day. Parker finished
second for the third time by
four strokes.
Parker had posted a 70 on
the first round of play Friday
to lead the field. Miller didn't
even finish in the top three on
Friday. Saturday, Parker
came,up with a 74, but Miller
had charged up to within one
shot of the leader by the end of
the round Saturday. Sunday,
Miller racked up a low score of
76 while Parker was hanging
on with his 81.
Miller had a 77 on Friday
but followed it up with a 68
on Saturday.
Panama City's Ed Chancey
had the best score on Sunday
with a 73, but came in third in
the tournament with a total of
"IResults in the tournament
were as follows:
Championship A Flight:
Mark Miller, Kirk Parker and
Ed. Chancey.
Championship B Flight: El-
bert Jennison, W. L. Fitzpat-
rick, Clark Creamer.
First A Flight: Billy Bar-
low, Marvin Shemfissel, Len
Melich.
First B Flight: Dan Mc-
Lean, Len Ledbetter, John
Tomlinson. -
Second A Flight: Millard
Collins, Harry Lowry, Jim
Pidiron.
Second B Flight: Bob Hurst,
Fred Owens, Alex Pitts.
Third A Flight: John Wood,
Victor McDonald, E. B. Mil-


Flight winners of the George G. Tapper Invitational
Classic are shown above. From left: Billy Barlow, W. L. Fitz-
patrick, George Small, Ronnie Butler, Frank Lupino, Rex
Buzzett, Hal Brown, B. Roy Gibson, Jr., Bob Hurst, Hunter
B. LeSueur, Joe McDonald, Spiro Buzler, Mark Miller,
George Tapper, Ed Peters and Tal Preston.


ler.
Third B Flight: Hal Brown,
Tim Griffin, Bill Brown.
Fourth A Flight: Hunter
LeSuer, Ras Hill, Wayne
Hawthorne.
Fourth B Flight: George
Swindell, Tom Etheridge, Dan
Chambers.
Fifth A Flight: Joe McDon-
ald, Charles Wall, John Han-
son.
Fifth B Flight: Rex Buzzett,
Ralph Shirah, John Harlin.
Sixth A Flight: Ronnie But-


ler, John Patrenos, Wayne
Hicks.
Sixth B Flight: Ed Peters,
Bill Whaley, Jim Garner.
Seventh A Flight: Bill Alt-
staetter, Jook Patrenes, Rich-
ard Strickland.
Seventh B Flight: Tal Pres-
ton, Milt Chafin, Bill Fite.
Eighth A Flight: Spero
Buzier, Steve Heyser, Bubba
Gander.
Eighth B Flight: Frank
Lupino, Bill Thomas, Milt
Anderson.


coaching career at Troy in
1937 as athletic director and
coach of three major sports:
football, basketball, and base-
ball. Many of his former
players have occupied places
of leadership in business and
professional areas, and will
join with him to make Home-
.--coming 2'81a success.
Coach Choate and his wife
now live at Indian Pass, in the
summer home of former Gov-
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native Trojan, who had a large
part in the establishment of
Troy State University. He-
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Tuesday, Oct. 13
Beef-a-roni, green beans,
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 8. 1981


In Memory of
Rolan B. Hardy
Down on the bank of the creek
there lived,
A man who I had come to
love.
He doesn't live by the creek
any more,
He is living with God up
above.
I was by no means the only
good friend
That this good little man
ever had
When he left us a few days ago
Many a heart was made
very sad.
He was one of the finest men,
That his children ever knew.
And there were lots of others
Who said the same thing too.
His widow is a very fine wo-
man,
And she will gladly say
Rolan seemed to grow sweeter
with each passing day.
All of his family dearly loved
him,
For he was always kind and
true.
He loved and respected them
all,
And anything for them he
would do.
All of his neighbors far and
near,
Had many good things to
say of him.
And no one ever heard Rolan
Speak an evil word about
them.
Bro. Hardy was a good Chris-
tian,
And very dearly loved his
Lord,
And where his church met to
worship
He was there with it in sweet
accord.
Our dear one has gone to be
with God,
In the land beyond the blue
sky.
Keep looking and waiting for
us loved'one,
For we will meet you there
by and by.
By Ancil Nichols

Society to Meet
The Concern Christian So-
ciety will 'hold their regular
business meeting this Satur-
day, Oct. 10, at 4 p.m. The
meeting will be held at
Philadelphia Primitive
Baptist Church, Rev. G. W.
Wilson, host pastor.


Come One! Come All!
The Port St. Joe Band Boosters is sponsoring the
"Happy Days" Carnival which will be held in Port St.
Joe Tuesday, October 20, through Saturday, October
24. The carnival will be held in the same location as last
year, beside WJOE Radio Station in Ward Ridge.
Advance tickets for the carnival at reduced prices
are available from any band member. The Band
Boosters receive a higher percentage of sales on ad-
vance tickets, so get your tickets early, and help sup-
port the band.



Presbyterians


Flea Market


Things are stirring at the
First Presbyterian Church,
Port St. Joe, as the ladies of
the church intensify their"
efforts to produce a Flea
Market that you just can't
miss. This will be a complete
flea market, just in time for
your Christmas shopping.
If you have a craft or an art
that you would like to market,
call Zelda Brown, 227-1613.
Booths have already been
booked for Lillian Lampke


Vanessa Marie Mamoran


Vanessa

Is Four


Little Vanessa Marie Ma-
moran celebrated her fourth
birthday on Tuesday of this
week. Little Vanessa is the
daughter of Mrs. Marie Ma-
moran. She is the grandaugh-
, ter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Graves.


who will have paintings, oils
and portraits for sale. Anne
Chewing will have an offer-
ing of her lovely knitted and
crocheted work for your
pleasure. Dot Guilford will
also be there with an offering
of her beautiful ceramics.
There is more space avail-
able. There will also be a large
offering of potted plants, knick
knacks, and just about any-
thing you could want. We've
saved the best for last. Fresh
coffee and cookies and cakes
to eat while there and a
chance for an old fashioned
visit. Our Church itself will be
open for your viewing. That's
the First Presbyterian Church
Flea Market, November 13
and 14. The ladies will make
you welcome.

Available:

One Little,

Used Skull
The Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County will
dispose of an Indian skull
which was found in Gulf
County and has now been
declared surplus.
The skull will be disposed of
on October 13, 1981 if no
objections have been received
by this time. The skull will be
turned over to the Smith-
sonian Institute.
All objections to this action
should be directed to the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, 1000 Fifth Street, Port
St. Joe, Florida, 32456.


Faith Promotes School


Faith Bible Church of Port
St. Joe will join with several
hundred other churches na-
tionwide on October 11 to
commemorate Dallas Theo-
logical Seminary's fifty-
seventh year of ministry. The
church has designated the day
"Dallas Seminary Sunday" at
which time it will recognize
the needs and pray for the
ministry of the school.
A member of the Southern
Association of Colleges and
Schools, Dallas Seminary is
the fourth largest seminary in
the world. It is an indepen-
dent, nondenominational insti-


tution, fully accredited in all
its degree programs.
The Seminary's five grad-
uate degrees prepare Christ-
ian leaders who are educa-
tionally and spiritually equip-

Win Prize
The WhiteEagles of 617
Maddox St. says that they
hardly ever win anything, but
on Sat., Sept. 26, they won a
$50 food order drawing at
Saveway. They extend their
thanks to George Duren of
Saveway Food Store.


ped to proclaim the Word of
God accurately and with con-
viction. Over four thousand
Seminary alumni hold leader-
ship positions in major areas
of Christian service.


"A pig
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talk for a


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lunch- counter.
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Notices
NOTICE OF VARIANCE
Notice is hereby given that the City
Commission ol Ihe City of Port St Joe-
Florida. will consider a variance to the
Zoning Orainance of the City as follows:
A variance of 5 feel on the north side
of Lot 6. Block 110 in order to angle
new residence on Inis lot
The City will consider sald variance at
Its regular meeting onrr October 20, 1981i
at the City Commission meeting room at
8:00 p.m. All interested parties are Invite
to attend and be heard.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
/s/ L. A. Farrls,
CIty Auditor/Clerk 21t 10-

.POSITION OPEN
Applications are being ac.
cepted by the Gulf Co. Senior
Citizens Association for the
position of Project Director,
This is responsible admini
strative work in directing a*
specialized project which pro
vides various services. to the
elderly. : a
Minimum Training and Ex-
perience: Graduation from ar
accredited four year college
or university and four years of
professional experience in ad-
ministration and supervision
in community services, social
services, aging, food services.
or a health related program.:
A master's degree may b#
substituted for one year of the
required experience. Experi-
ence as required above may
be substituted on a year-for-
year basis for the college re.
quirement.
Applications will be ac-
cepted through October 19th
and may be obtained from the
Senior Citizens office, Ave. I
& Peters St. in Port St. Joe*
and from Myrtle Jackson's of-
fice in Wewahitchka. For fur-
ther information call 229-8466.
This is an equal opportunity
employer.
2t10-8


These three Highland View
boys killed this large 5 foot, 6
Inch rattlesnake Monday af-
ternoon on Sixth Street. The
rattler had seven rattles and a
button, which he was using at


the time. From left to right
are Larry Brake, Donnie
Rhames and Donnie Brake.
Teresa Barber was along at
the time, but is not shown in
the picture. -Star photo


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PAGE TEN


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1981


-. To be sold by an estate. 1980 4 cyl. Mercury Zephyer. 197
,.; Elsie Parker home at 819 Mar- Loaded. Take over payments boar
vin Ave. Reduced price for of $183.29 per month. For more pack
quick sale, $31,500. Financing infor. call 2294802 weekdays sell
S to'be arranged with down pay- after 5:30 p.m. ltpl0-8 after
ment of $4,000 $5,000. Call
William J. Rish 229-8211, 8:30 1977 Ford LTD II station G.
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. wagon. Call after 5, 229-6460. $35;
tfcl0-1 or b
',. Price Reduced: 3 bdrm. tfc or
b;' rick home, 2 ba., liv. rm., 1978 F-100 Ford pickup, som
,.'.4din. rm., fam. rm., breakfast short wheel base 2x4, 300 6 mac
Sc 'area, ch/a, range, refrig., cyl., big tires, chrome wheels, matt
d;i shwasher, laundry rm w/ chrome roll bar. 2294821. 68-
.-ink, Fla.rm., 2 car garage w/ tfc 7-9 19o
o':. ener, 18x36' pool, cypress
:privacy fence, shallow well 1972 Dodge Van Tradesman, cond
: '.pump. Cypress Ave., near 100 V8, auto transm., $950.00. A
.schools. By appt. only. Call 229-8000 after 5 p.m. or old,
: 2294-401. 4tp 10-8 see at 813 Marvin Ave., Port silver
.d 4 v.m.dnmSt. Joe. tfc 6-25
.:. 4bdrm.,lv.rm.,din.rm.g. 1976 LTD, goodcond., auto Fr
",.. 'den and kitchen, utility rm., transom. 648-5315. tf 8-13 227-1
-. ..,orage,. dbl. carport, Ig. trans. 648-315. tic 813 227-1
careened in back porch, on 2 .- 14'
-lots. 1605 Monument Ave. Call 35 h.
tfe 6-55 steer
ing
'- "Galv
I am .looking for employ- swiv
ment ii the line of work, elec-
--- trical motor, -wiring, pipe fit- Ch
-' : WATER TREATMENT ting, cable work, anything to at ho
,'., LANT-OPERATOR: The do with electronic repair; TV of uL
j wn. of Mexico Beach, & radio, etc. Write to Box 389, for
"Florida, is seeking an indivi- Mexico Beach, or call 648-5290. $So.0
., ial with a strong background 2tpl04 orde
ai water treatment. This pos- easily
,- a6n r teqires a Class "" Information on ALASKAN wor
ater Plant Operators cert- and OVERSEAS employment.
S te for the State of Florida Excellent income potential
ith 2 years of progressively call 312-741-9780, ext. 4256. infoi
'; esphsible experience in the 4Up10-1 Durl
:eld of water plant operation repn

b ration. The selected must be TRAVEL TRAILER
ile to perform routine lab NEEDED: at least 17' long
and monitoring. Send with tandem axle. Have 1
esumes to Town Clerk, P. 0. organ and diamond ring to
'o 13425, Mexico Beach, FL trade for it. Phone 648- Wanl
10- 8308. tfc 9-17 retar
_. _3j health
-.HEAVY EQUIPMENT OP- and
E RATOR: Must have ex- Need to rent an apartment? State
S.%rience in operating dump Advertise in the Star. -$361
if uck, grader, backhoe and* ,F6r
Made. Must posfs valid a ctI
.,1. ?aorida driver's license. Ex' -' enl
rience with vehicle mainte- fice
oince and repairs desirable. Pani
Arontact Town Hall, Town of 769
eGico Beach, P. O. Bo arage Sale: lSaturday, Oct.
S32' Mexico Beach,, FL 10,9:00 to 4:00, clothes, books,
25Mexico5Beach,"FLu I J
..iJA1O.' toys, used bikes, van seat, 1
Srecliner, 2 folding chairs, Alasi
WANTED: Couple to live-in misc. items. 2104 Cypress Ave. Ploy,
-i. i.d supervise 8 male mentally tenti
tarded adults in group living Porch Sale: Selma St., St. 8636.
home located in North Port St. Joe Beach, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., able.
SJ o: Ropm, board, -and mon- Saturday, October 10.
.. thly ,salary provided. Contact
t :tile1 Gulf County Association Yard Sale: Saturday morn-
S. Retarded Citizens, P. 0. ing, October 10, 556 Parker
!- 296, Port St. Joe, FL Ave., Highland View. Twin
S 229-327. EOE. beds, infant clothes, recliner, The
7i 2tc10-1 all other items. in



L fST. JOSEPH BA

.fl .1 E. B. MILLER, REALTOR

'900 HIGHWAY 98 MEXICO BEACH P. 0. BO

-, PORT ST. JOE ST. JOE BEACH M
106 Mimosa Price reauced on Ihis 3 bdrm. 1 Da nouse on 2 Ig lots. Resd
T" desirable 3 bdrm. 2 ba. home witn wood fenced yd. OaK & Americus. tralle
many extras I VI lots. fireplace, car. S47000. No. 201 beach
port, chain link lence. Down pmt only
8 500 00 with 9%'. assumable mor Gulf SI. 3 bdrm. I oa. house, on 2 Ig 2 bdl
tgage. Someone in Port SI Joe is lots wlnh fireplace. 16x32 swimming of th
missing a real bargain. No 101 Pool. wood fenced around it. only ing
$ 55000 No 202
"i Priced for quick sale. 520 Blh St 2 4 bdl
houseson 2 los, main houses 3 yrs NEW LISTING Beauliful 3 bdim l lots
old. 3 .bdrn, l'; -ba, enclosed b3 modeir, design home wi healed No.
garage Rer .a house is 2 story. 2 swimming pool Enley me ve olf
Sbdrm.. 1 ba Presently rented. Gull fIrom side declk (all u.i lOda lo Gran
25.50000. Call today ree whal vou .- n,.sing 5115000 priva
100 Mimosa. brick home. 3 bdrm.. 3 Partially finished house $19.000. I
be a, 2-car garage on 2 lots. geo- 01K. Irom beach 3 oorm. 1 be Adia 1 bar
thermal neatingicooling system. No cent lot also available No 204 dowr
----- bdrm I ba trallfr 75,150 lot. 2 Ddi
8 7th St 2 bdrm plus sm ex. rm. I $12.500. Pineoa St No 205. Gullf
ba, fireplace, big kitchen, screened R ddS S $
"--' ", porch, carport. Owner finance 25 Reduced 8.000 Selma Sr .,jbdrm
,., '. down, 12% interest No 103 2 ba I rm t r Li r A in Nice
: 1305 Marvln Ave. 3 bdrm. I ba. saeo.n lire- Cans
'^*'. "' home in good location, leanced back place' mlr"*0-0 Move
.*" "--" yard, gas heal, carport. storaged sh- 2 brm 1 ba trailer Irepiace los $250
ad, No. 104 ol frui trees I bik from oeech 3 DO
I *' 4bdrm ,2Da.wllh 2 AC.gasheat.on $19.000 No. 208 125.9
2 lots, carpets, drapes incl.. stainless St. Joe Beach has a Ig. selection of D.o.O
eel sInchan ik lnced back lots for $1,000 down s 12%. interest c

-t din. rm, & kitchen combo, carport. ACREAGE 2 Da
* newly painted thruoul. 1501 Monu. Bay Front 5 acres on state road 30 ltan
m e t.'.' No.-10r P n ear Prenell's. 251 on bay frontage
[,, Office or store bldg. Income proper. No 701. 3dr
ty, 1 side open, 1800 sq ft on Reid Cre-. dinlr
A;. O.mosf 2 acres on Wetappo CreeK. lally
Ave.Owner fin. No. tO7. 27.000 No 702 308
34th St..2 bdrma .ha n Shady lot at Howards Creek $3 000 New
S owner will finance bal. No 108. No 703 ul
VEWAHITCHKA MOBILE HOME ,ogu
S 2 bdrm. 1 be frame house financing 1981 New Moon mobrile home fully 1 bdr
available. $11.30000 No. 601. Iurn wta pl.ancef & wasning watle
'- machine Loi .101 niluded aval,
-i 17.8 acres east sloe ot Hwy. 71 north
of downtown May olvideinto5-6 acre OAK GROVE
d,-. ;plots No.602 U r\ nU
" "" d l401 Mads.., 2 bJir, 1 n opahdr'ii


SCYPRESS LODGE 'urn"shed cha3n imr lenre Ot-f0 '.
4 miles from Wewa on Dead Lakes Jones Homestead I$7
Complete campground at $395,000 4 bdrmnewly remodeled i kitchen,
Owner finance. Lol frm 4.500 to bdrm newly remodeled g kitchen 3b
$8.500. olher parcels available acres completely chain link fenc a
8.500. other p8rcale available ln
d 48500lnd
41 !.- '


79 55 h.p. Evinrude out-
'd motor with 1980 power
k. Take payments up or
for $950. Phone 227-1398
5 p.m. 2tp 10-8

E. Counter-top range,
Nutone exhaust hood, $15,
oth for $40, (Both need
e repair). G.E. washing
uine, $40; 1 double size
ress and box springs, $20.
894. ltc10-8
11 Honda ATC 185, excel.
., 50. Call 229-6291. 2tp
:C reg. poodles, 6 weeks
2 females, 1 apricot, 1
r, $100 firm. 639-2807.

ee Birddog puppies. Call
304 after 2 o'clock..

fiberglass tri-hull boat,
p. Mercury electric and
ing, 535 MinnKota troll-
motor (foot control).
anized trailer, battery,
el seats. 229-8387. 2t 10-1

ristmas is Coming! Shop
ome this year with House
loyd toys and gifts. Gifts
all"'ages, with 60 under
0. Individual and party
rs available. Ask how
y you can receive $20.00
th of merchandise plus
ible added bonuses.
11 us for a catalogue or for
rmation anytime. Carol
ham, 229-6676, Port St. Joe
esentative. tfe 8-20




ted: Foster homes for
rded clients. Must meet
th and safety standards
become licensed by the
e. Pay ranges from $252
per month, per client.
further information.con-
,Ci ara i'. ~itt,. Develop-
tl 'Services Program Of-
, 450 Jenks Avenue,
ama City, FL. phone
931. 4tc9-24

)B INFORMATION:
kan and Overseas em-
ment. Great income po-
al. Call 602-9418014 Dept.
Phone Call refund-
4tp 9-17





birthstone of those born
April is the diamond.


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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.
tfc 6-4
Thames Hotel, day, weekly,
monthly rates. 302 Reid Ave.
229-8723.
Office space for rent at 302
Reid Ave., Port St. Joe. Call
229-8723. It 10-8

Two bedroom furnished
trailer for 'rent at St. Joe
Beach. Call 648-5306. tfc 10-8

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 hall,
laundry and store on
premises. Rustic Sands
Resort Campground. 15th St.,
Mexico Beach. 648-5229. tfc 9-3

For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rime N
Vac the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.

For

Ambulance

Service
Call

227-1115


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306 Williams Ave.
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CAPE SAN BLAS
' REALTY Bayside. two 100' lots on the b
REALTY 13.500 each

IKE DUREN, REALTOR


X 13332 |b

OEXICO BEACH
jued 1o 118,500. 2 acres plus 2
irs and 1g. shed. 3 bika. from
:h.,No 301
rm. duplex. sundeclk & good view
ie beach S49.000 owner financ-
20', down No. 302
rri,, 2 ba cen nra. Ig liv im 2
akdin. rms den w/lireplace on 2
-3'canal location with goat dock
-d Isle. 3 Ddrm I ba wood
acy fence cen hia wiheal pump
arden area. only $48.000 No 304
rIl auplex on Hwy. $38 500. 20
i. owner finance No 305
rm 1 ba home overlooking the
just across hwy. Hwy 98 & 3rd
44 000. No 306.
21orm 2oa nomeon Hwy 386.
see Gull from yd $52 000
in with Io0 down i. jymenf Only
mo pmls on existing mortgage
irm Irame nouse on 41h SI
00
e I"rana ne 2 DrJfms Li
0 -..i ,,nurn,: rea 71r ":
100 00
4aulilui lois 75i 12 ea 1,3fal
112 Nice and grassy w,In seplrc

rm. 2 ba stucco house liv rm
m & kitchen combo nice loI par
furnished $47500 61h Sl No

Listing. Excellent rental opDor.
y. Attractive 2 BR, 1 ba. duplex.
ed on 39th St Furnished, close

m.. I ba beach cottage near the
r. partially furnished Financing
able S35.000


OVERSTREET
acres cleared reay 10 build
0000
drmrr. I ba Iraller with attached
er. also I Iravel Iraller. I acre of
1. 12.500 No 501.


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MONTHLY
RENTALS
MEXICO BEACH
2oarmt 27500 2bdom $200.00
2 bdrm 22500 1 bdrm $14000'
4 odrm 1350 00 3 bdrm $27500
ibarm'$180 00 2 bdrm $300 00
2barm $16000 'boarrl $27500 ,
BEACON HILL
4 barm $275 00

GULF AIRE
Spanish design 2 slory 4 barmr 2'-
Da. Ig aon, liv rnr wlireplace dble
garage 10t'o assumable mortgage.
Some beautiful lots sill aailablk. al
11'4,, interest 25'. oAr.
BEACON HILL
3 Ddrm I ba mobile home on 2 lots
completely enclosed a wooaeh
lence $25000 No 801
Sor 2 bdrm collage 3rd Ave. near 6th
St Only $25.000 No 803
3 odrm.. I ba on 3 lots lireDiace
newly carpeled 536 000 No 804
COMMERCIAL
Fully equipped sloie bidg on 3'.
acres on Hwy 30 will finance No
401
Convenience store St Joe Beach -
1 536 so II on I', lots wiconcrsle
slaD Iloor for expansion No 402.
2 700 sq ft bulaing Oh FIrst SI in .
Port St Joe on 3 lots No 403
2 lots on Reid Ave 60 <90 No 404
Highland View 3 *,el placed ir'-
on US 98 Room lor most any tyDn-
business inctuoing oarkir.g space
Approx 223 II on U S 98


ASSOCIATES -
AFTER HOURS
ARCHIE BARBEE 648-539
PAULETTA CAMPBELL 648-897
JIMCLEMENT 648-548
ALISA DUREN 848.563
BOB & JEAN ALISKI 229 85
RHONDA HEAIH 227 178
MARSHA YOUNG B48-524


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I NOTICES -SERVICES-


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

R.A.M.-regular convoca-
tion of St. Joseph Chapter No.
56. R.A.M. 1st and 3rd Mon-
days, 8 p.m. All visiting com-
.panions welcome.
E. E. WEEKS, H.P.
E. William McFarland, Sec.
The John C. Gainous Post
10069, Veterans of Foreign
Wars will hold its regular-
meeting at the St. Joe Motel,
Port St. Joe, the second Tues-
day and the fourth Thursday
of the month at 7:30 p.m.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Florida Power Lounge.

There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. Every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
R. C. CHANDLER, W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.
The Disabled American
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc6-4


Christian line of
Greeting Cards
A Large Assortment of
Styles Available

St. Joe

Drugs
236 Reld Ave.


CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
SERVICE
Tanks Cleaned and Portelet
Service
S 2294007 :

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

Likely I have painted your
neighbor's house. Do you ap-
preciate a whole town behind
someone's painting? Call Joe
Betsey. Call 433-5356, Pen-
sacola. t0l/29
FOR TRACTOR WORK
Call 2294-8939 or648-5306
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
Experienced mother would
like to babysit, 7:30 5, Mon-
day through Friday, (Week-
end babysitting occasionally).
403 Madison St., Oak Grove.
2tc 10-8


PAT'S MATS
Custom picture framing
and matting. Also frame
needlework.. You no longer
have to drive to Panama
City. A member of the Pro-
fessional -Picture Framing
Assoc. 407 7th St., Mexico
Beach. Call 648-8914.
tfc 10-8


YARD WORK DONE
Mowing, -raking, cleaning,
weeding. Phone 2294952 after
2:00p.m. tfc6-11

Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service "
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
Handy man, wall washing,
light maintenance and odd
jobs. Free estimates. Mr.
Sollars, 227-1490. 4tp 9-24

AVON-- Buy or Sell
Call district manager, Claudia
Walters, Panama City.,
871-1985. tfe10-
BEACON FABRICS
Sewing Notions & Patterns
Hwy. 98 at Beacon Hill
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00E.S.T.
tic 8-6

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


Carpentry Work Don
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 2294757


tfc 2-2


St. Joseph Bay
Construc
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W. S.(Biff)Quarles
CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING
229-8795


Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours)
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-803
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
tic 7-30
Stf740 .

CARPENTRY&CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Niehols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/2294235
tic6-4


T sn m
. line of :

I.Fishing Tackle

Hurlbut Supply
S30 Reid Ave. '


kills bugs for
up to six months,
and saves you about $100 year
in costly pest coI frolservces.
Use of Sprayer free with
-purchase of Rid-A-Bug
HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
306 Reid Avenue
Port St Joe. Forida



PAINTING
Exterior)
Grime and Mildew
BILE HOME ROOFS
HOMES 15-20%
TIMA TE
or 648-8369


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Advertise Your Service SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
in the YOUR TELEPHONE!

fLSflMess & e ic Ditect-

Send $10 to Chamber of Commerce, .'
Box 964, or call 227-1223 between 9-11:30 .v
Paid for by Wewahitchka State Bank r

Sears Catalog Sales


The Sewing Room 227-1151
tis 410A Reid Ave. O & .nP11oer,
9 Port St. Joe, Fla. LeonPoHock, Owner
"Quality Fabric at Affordable Prices" 410_Reid Avene
a V'rr


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


RoySmnlth Associates
221 Reid Avene


Karen King
227-1133


ST. JOE CUSTOM
BUILDERS





-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-689

P. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfc 7-2



TAFLINGER-
(Interiorand
Pressure Cleaning for
ALSO COOL SEALING M(
WILLCOOL MOBILE
FOR FREEZE
Call 229-8977




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THES
306-08 Willi


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

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


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Students Like The Home Town


Mrs. Anchors' third grade
class has been studying towns
in Social Studies. The boys and
girls wrote paragraphs about
their town'and what they like
about L .

I like my town because I like
the people. I like stores in my
town because they are lean. I
like my town because it is
.clean. I like my town because
we have a beach. I like Mrs.


Anchors' class.
B. J. Rice
SI like my town. I love my.
Mom and Dad. I like P.E. the
best. The best thing I like in
school is math. My teacher is
wonderful. I love God and
Jesus. I love my family.
Jabbar Alexander

I like my town. There are a
lot of playgrounds. There are


nice teachers at the schools.
We have nice places to skate
and ride our bikes. There are
nice beaches and they keep
them clean.,
Lisa Atkins'

I like my town because of
the park. The beach because
the sun is pretty. I can fish as
long as I want to. I like our
backyard because it is big "nd
pretty.


Tracy Wood


NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
Notice Is hereby given that the under-
signed. pursuant to the "FIctitious Name
Statute ', being Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court In and for Gulf County,
Florida, upon receipt of probf of publica-
tion of this notice, the fictitious name, to-
wit,
AMERICAN FUNDING LIMITED
dlb/a THE MONEY SAVERS'.
under which the undersigned s1 engaged
In business In the City of Wewahitchka
The parties Interested In the above-
named btsines are
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FUNDING,
INC. General Partner
GENSTAR PACIFFI NANCIAL
CORP., Umited Partner
Dated at Montvale, New Jersey, this
5th day of August. 1981.
' SOUTHENCAULIFORNIA FUNDING.
INC.;asGenefLPaAirtner:- '
SBy. Wliam F..itc.', President -
-4tc 10-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE The Marriage,of,
SF. GERALD SEXTON, Husband, .
Responde6nt.
And
WILL LESTER SEXTON, Wile,
Petitioner.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: F. Gerald Sexton
202 Butler Street
Spring Hill; Louisiana 71075
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Pelllttion for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you. This litigation In-
.volves real property In Gullf County,
Florida, described as:
Commence atLhe NE comer of the
: NW% of the SW' of Sect.'31. T4S,
SR9W, and run South 210 feet; thence
run-West 210 feet; thence run North
210 feet;'thence iun East 210 feet to
the Point of Beginning; AND Lot 2,
Block 8, Corrective Raplst.. Twin
Lakes Subdivision Unit Nol1, accord-
ing to inofficillal lat thereol on file n ..
the Office aof the Clerk of Circuit
Court.mif'County, Florida, AND Lot
4. and iheEast 25 feet of Lot 3, Block
4, 'Unit NoW- 1;" of Idlewbod Park
Subdivision .' ..
Youarerequlrd tosarvacopyolyour
SAnswer or other responsei1o the Petition
on Petitioner's Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE, ESQ..
S'. P.O.Box248'
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
and file the original thereof In the Circuit
,Court Clerk's Office,'Gulf County Cour-
* thofWlitPort StrJCe FFdrida-32455'-on o
o before the November 5. 1981. I you fall to
do so, a Final Judgment for the relief
sought may be granted by Delault.
DATED this the'5th day of October.
1981. -, '
JERRY GATES,
Clerk of Circuit Court
Byr Isa Tonya 0. Allen,Deputy Clerk
..._. '. '41 10-.8
NOTICE OF INTENTTO
EXCHANGE PUBLIC PROPERTY
NOTICE IS'HEREBY GIVEN- that the
Board oat County Coinmissioners of Gulf


County. Florida. at Its regular meeting on
October 27. 1981, at 7 00 P M.. E S.T. in
the County Commissioniers Meeting
Room in Gull County Courthouse, Port St.
. Joe. Florida. will consider the advisability
of exchanging, by Quit-Claim Deed. the
following described lands, now owned by
Gull County, Florida:
Commence at the SW corner of SE' .
of Section 11. T7S. RIOW. and run
East along secllon line 235540 feet
for POINT OF BEGINNING: thence
continue East 300 feet. thence North
400 feel; tnence West 300 feetl.
thence South 400 leat to the point of
beginning, said parcel containing
2 75 acres, more or less,
for the following described lands now
owned by ST. JOSEPH LAND AND
DEVELOPMENT COMPANY,
Commence at the Northeast corner
of the Southeast Quarter of the
Southeast Quarter ot Section 10, 175.
R10W, for Ihe POINT OF BEGIN.
ING; r'om this point of beginning ex-
tend -a line' Weal along -tie-Quarter
Section line for 281.5 lest: Ithence
North 425.6 lest; thence East '281.5
feet to the Section line; thence South
along the Section line 425.6 feet to
the point of beginning: containing
2.75 acres, more or less
If the Board determines at the said
meeting that It Is In the best interests of
the public, then It will duly adopt a resolu.
lion and execute the necessary In.
truments to effectuate said exchange.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By: Ist James L Tankersley,
Chairman
Attest: Isl Jerry Gates. Clerk
21 10-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
CASE NO. 81-159
ST. JOE PAPERMAKERS FEDERAL
CREDIT UNION, ..
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN D. GAINOUq AND WIFE,
CAROLYN A. GAINOUS.. .
Defendants:
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
Notice Is hereby given, pursuant to a
. Final Judgement of Foreclosure dated
the e1st day of October; 1981. and entered
InWCase No. 81.159 at the Circuit Cobrt,
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, in and lor
Gull County. Florida. In the above-styled
bause. that I will sell to the highesI and
best bidder for cash at the North door of
the Gull County Courthouse. in Port St.
'Jod, Florida. at 11:00 am., EST on the
l6th day of Novembe. 1981, the following.
described properly "in Gulf County,
, FlorIda; as set forth in said Final Judg.
meni:
Lots ten (10) and eleven (11), Block
three (3). Rish addition to the'City of
Wewahllchka. according to the'of-
ficial plat thereof on file In the Office
of the Clerk of Circuit Court, Gl0t
'County. Florida.
DATED this 51h day 61 October. 1981.
JERRY GATES,
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By. Isl Tonya Allen, Deputy Clerk
4t1108


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I like my town. I have many
friends. My teacher is sweet
and they are friendly. I like
my mother and father and my
brothers are sweet to me, too.
I like the playground.
Susan Minger .

I like my town. I have a new
friend. I like the school. I like
art. I like the class. I like my
horse and my Grandpa. I like
my brother and my Daddy and
my Mom.
Archie Linton


I like my town. I like my
teacher. I like my school. I
like my class. I like my
family. I like my friends. Ilike
the weahier; I4'ke my house. I
, ket pepl.I like&like-my.
neighborhood. I like the play-
ground. I like my coach. I like
the stores.
Rachel McCulley

I like my town. I like'Mr.
Lewter and Mrs. Lewter and
Mrs. Anchors. I like the whole
world. I like everybody in
school. -1I like my brothers. I
like the library. I like P.E. I
like Mrs. Powell.
Patrick Freeman


I like my town. I like my
school and class. I like my
park. I like the football games.
I like my mom. I like my
whole town;.
Chri Dixon

I like my town. I like the
beaches. I like my teacher.. I
like my mo'.y': like thei-ople
in myt:oI :.likt e whole
World. I like the'park.
SMollie Skipper

I like my town. I like my
Si di 'I like the school. I like
the. people. I like- the Cub
Scouts.
Mike Skelton

I like my town. I like my
house. I like my school. I like
my family. I like my Mrs.
* Anchors. I like my mother. I
like my sister. I like 'my
grandma. I like my grandad:
Nicole Whaley


I like my town. I like my
beaches. I like Mrs. Anchors. I
like this whole school. I like
everybody in my class. I like
the library. I like the parks. I
like my Mom. I like my Dad.
"Becky Keith

I like my town. I like the
people in my town. I like my
teacher. I like the beaches in
my town. I like the stores in
my town.
Erich Hohman

I like my town. I like the
school. I have a lot of friends. I
like my teacher. I like base-
ball games and the football
games. I am glad that Mister
Lewter is the principal. I like
the beach. I like my home. I
like my Mom and my Dad and


my little brother. The people
are friendly.
- Chad Hobbs
I like my town. I like the
parks here and I like the cars
and the plants, too. Best is the
class. I. like my mom. I like
me, too. I like the schools, too.
I like my home. I like my
friends.
Teresa Mongold

I like my town and I like my
teachers. I like the people and
I like the stores. I like the food
that we eat and the cars that
we drive. I like the high school
band. I like my Mother and
Father and my friends. I like
the whole school and I like
Mrs. Anchors especially.
Kyle Griffin


Contest


PTA Conducting K-6

Halloween Posters


Port St. Joe Elementaiy School.
School. PTA has. announced Several rules apply to all.
that it .will. be- .odducting a posters being submitted. Any
low -eer PteO Conte'C st'for art tedia" such 's r-ayons',
all children from kindergarten pens, glued on items or magic
through 6th grade:The contest markers may be utilized. All
is being conducted in con- posters must be constructed
junction with the Halloween using full size poster board.
Carnival to .be held Saturday, On the front of the.poster each
Otober 3i, at the.Elementary child shiiild"place the follow-
ing information: "Port St. Joe
Elementary School, Hallowe-
Title I en Carnival, Saturday October
31." -All 'posters must be
p program At turned into the school office on
Monday, October 19, and
should have the student's
H ilan 1d VieW name, address, grade and
teacher's name on the back of
The Title I Program at the poster:.
Highland View Elementary. First,' Second and Third.
School, will be conducting its, place prizes will be. awarded
first meeting of the school to the winners in three divi-
year on October 13 a 1:30 p.m: sios. Kindergarten through
. inthe school library. At this second ,grade, thiid through
meeting, the ,Title I program fourth grade;,and fifth through'
will be explainel'and parents ', sixth grade will each have a
will learn about a very im- division. Buzzett's, Campi-
pottant organization called bell's; and St. Joe Drugs have
te Title I -Pai Advisory each'd!naWtd 5.Ofor the firit
Cmninttee; .whihftlj:ify ,pO,&%hnewr m each.diviion..
ish to join. 'Specia thinks go to these
Title I is a federally funded local> drug 'stores for their
program which provides local help: The PTA has -donated
school boards with additioim twenty (20)' tickets to the
money,to .pode service second .place -winner" in each '
help.meet .the-needs oftlipse, division and.ien (lb) tickets to
students having difficulty thethird place winners in each
achieving 'at grade'level. division. Anyone with
These extra services .require questions may contact Mrs.
special teachers anid. aides, Edwin R. Ailes at 648-8314.
individualized instructional
sdipplies, materials and equip-
ment, and .special, .parental
and community involvement.
All parents and interested
persons are urged to attend.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1981


PAGE ELEVEN


Don't et Guard Down


Hurricane Season Still In


extremely dangerous when
winds and tides are whipping.
through your area.
When the hurricane 'has
passed: Seek necessary medi-
cal care at Red Cross disaster
stations or hospitals. Drive
carefully along debris-filled
streets. Roads may be under-
mined and may collapse under
the weight of a car. Avoid
loose or dangling wires and
report them immediately to
your power company or near-
est law enforcement officer.


Report broken sewer or water
mains to the water depart-
ment; Check refrigerated food
for spoilage if power has been
off during the storm.
The hurricane is aptly
named. It has also been
described more recently as
the meteorological monster of
the sea. Beware of the hurri-
cane and recheck your supply
of boards, tools, batteries,
non-perishable food and the
other equipment you will need
when a hurricane strikes your
town.


-The term hurricanee"
comes from the Spanish
"huracan" which is thought to
have originated from words in
use among some of the
Caribbean Indian tribes.
A hurricane is essentially a
rotating cyclone of the tropi-
cal oceans causing the sea
level to rise above normal
tidal heights. Winds may
reach 74 miles per hour
causing giant, wind-driven
waves and strong, unpredict-
able currents.
If you hear a tropical
cyclone advisory, listen for
future messages. If your area
is covered by a hurricane
watch, continue normal activi-
ties, but stay tuned to radio or
television. Remember, a hur-
ricane watch means possible
danger within 24 hours. If the
danger materializes, a hurri-
cane warning will be issued.
Meanwhile, keep alert and
ignore rumors.
If your area receives a
hurricane warning: Plan.your
time before the storm arrives
and avoid the last-minute
hurry which might leave you
marooned or unprepared.
Leave low-lying areas that
may, be swept by high tides 0i
storm waves. Moor your boat
securely before the -storm
arrives or evacuate it to a
designated safe area. Board
up windows or protect them
with storm shutters or tape.
Danger to small windows is
mainly from wind-driven de-
bris. Large windows may be
broken' by wind pressure.
Secure outdoor' objects that
might be blown away or
uprooted: garbage cans, gar-
den tools, toys, signs, porch
furniture, 'etc.', 'and store
drinking water in a clean
bathtub, jugs, bottles, and
cooking, utensils.
When a hurricane strikes,
keep your carfdieled. Service
"stations maynbebdnoperable for
several days after the- storm
strikes due to flooding or
interrupted electrical power.
*Stay.at h6 ift i sturdly
"iiddnhigjli groun' tfit is di6t, F
move to a designated shelter
and stay there until' the storm
is over.. Remain indoors dur-
ing the hurricane. Travel is


Have Your
I Heating
Equipment
Cleaned, Oiled,
Adjusted and
Checked Out for
Maximum
Efficiency and
Safety Electric' Gas Oil

SWe U"'Se and

SServiceHeat Pumps

Ca 11BallEWhlteai

St. Joe Service Co., Inc.

24H hP e nr 229-6914
24 Hr. Service 24 Yrs. Experience


ERA


PARKER REALTY


Hwy. 98 at 31st St.

Mexico Beach, Fla. 904/648-5777 1


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


PORT ST. JOE. Lots of room, reasonable price, 3 bdrm.,
home, Ig kt.ki. 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.


WHITE 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
nf Road r20


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


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, refrlg., 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


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The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

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



I Worki

Thursday are special for
Argene Ware. That is the one
day a week this 40 year old
mother of two school age sons
is expected at her job for
several hours.
Working for a paycheck is a
major accomplishment for
Argene because she has never
been employed at a re
' : job before. She is mentally
retarded.
Five months ago Argene
was asked to assume custodial
care for the Gulf County 1Home
Health Care Agency in Port
St. Joe as a result of her
affiliation with the Gulf
S"County Adult Activity Center
heree'
Pam Perry, local director of
.tthe Home Health Agency,
recalled the day she was
approached to hire a handi-
capped person to assume the
custodial duties which had
become burdensome for her in
her time-consuming position.
"I felt very positive (about
hiring g a handicapped.person)
because I have found that the
handicapped try harder. I
work with patients with all


Sublic

SNotices
FICTITIOUS NAME
:. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
r. Section 865.09,. Florida Statutues, the
*.Imunderalgried peosons intend to register
with the'Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gulf
County, Florida, four weeks ather the first
".' publcasipn'o1t'his notice, the lilctilous
Same or trade name under which they will
be engaged In business and in which said
.business Is to be carried on, to-wit:
.' MING'ROSE.GIFT SHOP
607 Madison Street
PrtSI. Joe, Florida 32456
.. Owner Margaret Harper
0410-1
S' IDNOWWP148.A
"'Te .Clly 'of Port St. Joe. Florida, re-
Squats bids for one it) Painting of Port St.
n'Joe *Wastewater Treatment Plant
wiering Building. Specifications may
.bltalned from the City Clerk's Office,
':PrO: Box A, Port- St. Joe. Florida Bid
opening wllI: be hfid at the regular
-fengo tpe City Commission on Oc-
0ber20, t981,
FTYO PORT ST.AJOE
L a Farvrs City AudltorJCIerk-
2110-1 10-15
SBIDNO.WWP1864
t e City of,Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
.r i sts bids for a Zurn Incinerator
System. Specifications may be obtained
from the City Clerk's Office, P. 0. Box A,
A 1ort St. Joe, Florida. Bid opening will be
Yet- V ed t th'-ragular meplng of the City
Commission on.October 20, 1981.
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE
ai L. A FarriasCity AudlitoiClerk
2t 10-1 & 10-15
BIDNO.266A
,h' e City of P6rt Si. Joe requests bids
on one i1) PH METER equal to or ex-
'ir dino those specifications of the
O LON Model.No.407A/F. Specifications
IKSM be'obtalnedfdrom the City Clerk's Of-
ifceP' 0 BO.ox'A, Port St Joe, Florida. Bid
openingg will be held October 20, 1981, at
.he regular meeting ol the City Commis-
S CITY OF PORT ST JOE
%f-ql/. jLF'arrnis. City Auditor and Clerk
P,..2.1, 1-.. -& 21 10-1 & 10-15
.BID NO. 268
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
I t quetsl bids for one (1) Water and Sewer
ruck. Specifications may be obtained
it 'ifromin the.City-Clerk's Office, P. 0 Box A,
"_iL Port St. Joe, Florida Bid opening will be
n11aid -e October 20,1981, at'the regular City
S'kommission meeting.
CITY OF PORT ST 'JOE
i's L A. Farris, City Auditor/Clerk
21 10-1 & 10-15
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENf that pur-
f su'anl to Florida Statutes 86509, the
iundersigned.persons intend to register
S5ih wh'tha Clark ol the Circuit Court. Bay
pi-i."'.' County/,Florida.' four weeks alter the first
S publication of this Nollce. the fictitious
name or trade name under which they will
be engaged in business, and in which
,^'" *said'buslness Is to be carried on, to-wil;
..- *. "'-. RUSTIC SANDS RESORT
..< CAMPGROUND
Box.13146'(15thSl.),
MexicoBeach.FL32410
Owners:James sD Mahle, and
,"1f Jane Mahler 4tc9-24

'Ntc FICTITIOUS NAME
'. ,'Notice hereby given that pursuant to
Section 885.OL'. Florida Statutes, Ihe
undersigned persons intend to register
'' with he Clerk of the Circuit Court. Gull
County, Florida. tou weeks matter the flrst
publication of this notice. Ihe fictitious
: name or trade name under which they will
S''" be engaged in business and in which said
'. businesss is to be cairled on. lo-wit:
'IS-. *'THE SEWING ROOM
."; '' 410AReid Avenue
', P.O Box 35
S, Port St. Joe. Fkilda 32456
Mary H Pollock. Owner
,* '. 419-24
'- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
A FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.


RE: The Marriage of
S DAVID C. KENNEDY,
Husband Petitioner.
S'- nd
SHEREE L. KENNEDY.
Wile Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: SHEREE L KENNEDY
S" ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
'', Petition ior Dissolution of Marrnlage has
.' been flied against you and that Petition
S seek fto dissolve your marriage to Pell-
I loner. You are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to the Petll
lion on Mr. Fred N. Witten. Attorney at
[,,-.'/ Law;P O.,Box 447, Port St Joe, Florida
,. i 324586 or Mr. Fred N Wllten, Attorney at
.",, Law, 408 Long Avenue. Port St. Joe,
"-"; Florida 32456, and Ills the original with
" ." the Clerk of this Court either be.loe ser
t'-, (. .', vice on Petitioner's Attorney or Im-
mediately therealter. on or before Oc-
tobaer 22, 1981. otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief sought
I-' n the Petition.
-. DATED this 24th day of September.
J"'. '"*' 1981.
if, onya Alien.
., > .. ,Deputy Clerk
Honorable Jerry Gates,
Circuit Clerk 4t9-24

f ,"' i .


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1981




ng for Paycheck Accomplishment for Retarded
0 ayce mplishment' *' '* "


kinds of disabilities and I find
that they are very productive
and desire to be given a
chance to prove themselves,"
Mrs. Perry said.
Mrs. Perry's enthusiasm
regarding Argene's job per-
formance is apparent. She is
quick to tell you her handicap-
ped employee is very thorough
in her work, concentrates on
the tasks presented her, is
quiet and nonintrusive, is
receptive to suggestions- and
smiles a lot on the job.
"Argene pays attention to
details other people overlook.
Non-handicapped people often
do not maintain this degree of
concentration," she empha-
sized. "The end result of
Argene's work is the same, if
not a little bit better," Mrs.
Perry decided.
She pointed out that the
handicapped are usually iery
satisfied with their jobs- no
matter how menial the non-
handicapped world might
view their position. Advance-
ment is often non-existent so


the handicapped person is not
accustomed to taking a job as
merely a stepping stone to
something else.
Joyce Moore, owner of the
local Finishing Touch store,
agrees that her experience in
supervising a handicapped
employee placed by the Activ-
ity Center last spring was
advantageous to the firm.
"We had no second thoughts
about hiring a handicapped
person," she said. "Our only
question concerning hiring
Rick was on what date he
could start."
" Rick Brittenham, like Ar-
gene, attended the Association
for Retarded Citizens-spon-
sored Activity Center until he
moved out-of-state with his
family.
"Rick was pleased when he
knew we were liking the job he
was doing...he tried hard to do
it right," Mrs. Moore recalled.
She feels a major advantage
in hiring a handicapped per-
son is their availability to
work part-time. "The handi-


capped do not expect to work a
job every single day and it
helps an employer to know
they are not 'supporting a
family and not depending
totally on their salaries," Mrs.
Moore reflected. She is sur-'
prised that more businesses
do not employ handicapped
persons for tasks that need to
be done, yet not necessarily on
a regular basis.. 1
"They (the handicapped)
have been set apart for too
long...it is time to be getting
them out into the community
into jobs," she stressed. "It


gives them pride in making
money on their own."
Kenneth Raines also ven-
tures for several hours three
days per week into the busi-
ness community to his custo-
dial job at the Guilt County-
Guidance Clinic. Edwin Ailes,
director of the: Guidance
Clinic, hired Kenneth in June'
to provide a contractual jani-
torial service for the maze of
offices and classrooms con-
tained in their Williams Ave-
nue building.
Ailes said he had no qualms
about hiring an Activity


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* 4 IN WASHINGTON

WITH

EARL *

HUTTO

***THE CONTIN******ING RE***********SOLUTI**ON
THE CONTINUING RESOLUTION


During the coming months,
Congress will be debating the
remaining appropriation bills
for fiscal year 1982. Normally
Congress funds federal agen-
cies for a fiscal year through
the 'annual enactment of thir-
teen regular appropriation
bills. However, if the October
I deadlifie for enactment of ap-
propriation bills is not met,
Congress usually enacts a joint
resolution referred to- as a
"continuing resolution" in
order to maintain the functions
of the Federal government."
The philosophy of the con-
tinuing resolution is to provide
minimum funding for the
orderly continuation of ex-
isting programs for the interim.
period until regular appropria-
tion bills are enacted. Without
the continuing resolution the
Federal government would be
forced to close its doors until
all appropriation bills were
completed, resulting in ex-
tremely unstable conditions.
There are two elements
generally found in all continu-
ing resolutions. First, appro-
priations are made available
only for a short period of time,
usually one to three months.
This time constraint is intended
to give Congress adequate time
to finish its work on the regular
appropriations without remov-
ing its incentive to act quickly.
A second basic element is a set
funding level. The continuing
resolution usually provides
only enough funds to' keep ex-
isting 'programs operating at
the previous year's rate. The
net effect is to hold spending at
a rate below what it possibly
would be if the appropriation
bills were passed on time.
Historically, continuing
resolutions have been used by
Congress for over a century. In
1876 the forerunner to the
modern continuing resolution
was enacted. Like today, it in-
corporated two basic elements:
a time limitation and a max-
imum funding level. During
the last few decades, the
continuing resolution has
become a recurring feature of
the appropriations process.
Since 1954, at least one con-
tinuing resolution has been
enacted every year.
Although Congress has
utilized the continuing resolu-


tion regularly for some time,
apprehension has been ex-
pressed over Congress becom-
ing dependent on its use. This
dependency could, it is feared,
disrupt the whole appropria-
tions process., In 1974, the
Congressional Budget and Im-
poundment Control Act was
enacted. Budget reform advo-
cates'*O believe this law has
helped to reduce the need for
.continuing resolutions. In ad-
dition to moving the start of
.the fiscal year back ,three
months to October 1, the Act
established a timetable for the
reporting of authorizations
and the consideration of. ap-
propriations.
Controversy will no doubt
arise during the consideration
of appropriation bills. In some
cases these controversial items
will lead to unforeseen delays
in the appropriation process.
In the case of an appropriation
bill being delayed beyond the
October I deadline, Congress
will be forced to pass a contin-
uing resolution.
Black .Walnut Slew
This week Nancy selected a
recipe by Mrs. Bar.ry
Goldwater, wife of the senior
Senator from Arizona:
6 pounds chuck rib, cut up
1 can beef broth
water
salt and pepper
1 large onion, halved
I pound twice ground round
3 jars black pickled walnuts
\ pound butter
5 or 6 tablespoons flour
cooked rice (or noodles)
Cover chuck with beef broth
and water. Add seasonings and
onion and cook slowly 4 hours
or until tender. Skim off fat.
Form ground round into small
meat balls and add to boiling
broth.' Mash I jar of walnuts
and add them with the juice to
the broth. Continue cooking I
hour. In a small pan cook and
stir butter and flour until
browned, add a little of the hot
liquid, then stir mixture
gradually into hot stew and
cook until thickened. Add 2
jars of walnuts. Serve with rice
or noodles. Makes 8 servings.


Argene Ware keeps busy at her job at the Gulf County
Home Health Care Agency. .-Star photo
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'Center participant.
"There are obvious advant-
ages to hiring the handicap-
ped," Ailes noted. "First, we
were assured that the Center
would prepare a supportive
program in training this em-
ployee. I felt Kenneth was an
individual that had the ability
to be somewhat self-support-
ive and I could help in that
process," Ailes said.
-Kenneth has worked out
very well," according to Ailes.
Self-esteem is a powerful
force, particularly in the
handicapped employee, Ailes
agreed.
October 5-9 has been de-
signated as "Employ the
Handicapped Week". The
,"President's Committee on
Employment of the Handicap-
ped Report" has concluded
that more mentally retarded
workers are now being placed
in employment by public
employment offices in this


country than any other handi-
capped persons. Thirty five
percent of these develop-
mentally disabled persons out
of the 27,500 applying for jobs
were placed.
The Gulf County Adult Ac.-
tivity Center, located at 200


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Peters Street, is a training.
center for developmentally
disabled adults who no longer:
qualify for public educational
programs. This project is
funded in part by the Depart-
ment of Health and Rehabili-
tative Services.


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