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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 15, 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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System ID: UF00028419:02394

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. Gulf County will object to a state
approved budget total for the County
Property Appraiser, which the Commission
feels goes' too far beyond their guidelines for
budget increases for the new' fiscal year in
Gulf County.-
Trying to hold budget increases to five
percent, the Commission has been faced with
a budget for the Property Appraiser's office,
which has been approved by the Department
of Revenue for the State of Florida at $95,153.
The County wants to hold the budget at five
percent over the last year's budget figure
which'was pegged at. $78,925.
Tuesday morning, the Board agreed to
officially challenge the state version of the


THE STAR

Industry -Deep Water Port-Fine People- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1981


budget as being more than Gulf County
wanted to pay.
Earlier this year, as the new budget
process began, Property Appraiser Joyce
Williains had filed her budget request with
the Commission which totaled $93,768.
Williams told the -Board at that time she
would not settle for less, since the office
required that amount to do the work
mandated for her office by the 'State of
Florida. Williams had a struggle last year
with the Commission when she submitted her
first budget, which was finally set at $78,925,
after some bargaining between Williams and
the Board. This year, she put the Commission
on notice that she was asking for what she


Reluctantly Approves Notice Expense


It took Commission Chair- board the notices were also matter to find out 'who was at Wi
man James Tankersley step- required by law to go out by fault. mi
ping out of the chair to make a- 5:00 p.m., Wednesday after-. Money said the system had
motion to do it, but the noon (yesterday). "I have been investigated thoroughly
Commission. voted unani- already employed the people ,and- found not to have suf-
mously, though reluctantly, to who prepare the notices to get ficient amperage to pull the
provide Property Appraiser them ready 'and they are twin compressor system.
Joyce Williams $1,742.75 to ready to.inaiL What shall I do Money said the' insufficient
mai out the Trim notices to now? Shall I call these people amperage was causing the
prosUective tax payers'in Gulf and tell them you're not going system to run hot and cut off |
County Tuesday morning. to provide the money to pay about an hour of operation. |-
Williams asked for the mon- for them?" Mondy and Tankersley, both ",
ey, as called for under state The Commission was reluc- of whom had talked to the
law and Commissioner El- tant .to take the step which technician inspecting the sys-
dridge 'Money made the mo- state law wrote into the Trim term, reported that the two
tion.to provide the money, but, bill law two sessions ago, but compressors each required a '
there was no second. Tankers- with Tankersley's motion and 60 amp service. Both were
ley., called for a second four a second by Money, the deed being powered from-one 100 .
different times, but it never was finally done. .. amp service, which fell about .
came. LIBRARY AIR 20 amps short of what was
Tahkersley. turned to attor- Commissioner Money told necessary.
ney Whliam J. -Rish and the Board that the recurring The Board agreed to at least
asked; "We're .required"by. problem of a balky air condi- correct the problem and pos-
state law, to. do .this ain't tioning system had finally sibly look into the matter of
we?" Risb replied, "Yes, yo been found. to be a construe- who caused it in the first
.are. ., ptinodesigb, nhe ce :'" "
-Will a 3jrioimed m- in e..wan 't 1 owifftie Board WARDb t E T-. "
conversat and told'. tianted to-investigate the Allen'McCglley, .Mayor 'of



I- Wins -Want Skull


: for Proper Burial Ceremony 1/
The Gulf County Commis- belonged to a .young' Indian Mexico Beach, a chief in the


sion and Sheriff Ken Murphy
thought they were just excet-
cising needless precautions
when they advertised .last
week for anyone. wishing to
claim an old skull, said to be
that of an Indian' woman.
The skull was found last
, November in shallow water at
Simmons Bayou by two young
boys who were skin diving. In.
order to ascertain if there was
cause to make an investiga-
tion on the matter, the Sher-
iff's Department sent the skull
off to have it analyzed for age
and other data which might be
determined, to see if there was
any suspicion .of foul play.
The skull was found to.be
about 500 years old and


girl..
' Early this month, the
Smithsonian Institute in
Washington, D.C., who even-
tually wound up with the skull,
wrote the County and asked if
they could' have it. The
Commission. and the Sheriff
decided to advertise the fact
that they were going to, let
Smithsonian have it if nobody
wanted it. They felt the
advertising was only a matter
of routine since they' felt
certain nobody would want the
skull.
But, as it has turned out,
somebody does want the skull.
Tuesday, the Commission
was in receipt of a letter from
Chief Little Big Heart of


souteast Indian uonfedera-
cy, asking for the skull.
Chief Little Big Heart, whb
is also known as Evelyn Ann
Gay Gardner, said the Indian
community of this area want-
ed the skull returned to them,
so they could give it a decent
burial.
Clerk Jerry Gates said he
had received telephone calls
this week from eight people of
Indian ancestry, who express-
ed the same sentiments.
The' Commission then de-
cided unanimously, that in
view of the interest in the skull
that the Smithsonian be asked
to return it to Gulf County
where it will be turned over to
the Indian Confederacy.


USPS 518-880

FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 7


. Location of coal unloading depot at this


spot on Gulf County Canal will save $2.7
million annually.





Seminole Will



Locate Its Coal



Facility Here


A story in last week's issue of The Star
concerning the location of a large coal
trans-shipping facility here by Seminole Elec-
tric Cooperative was based on well founded
information but had not become a reality when
the paper was printed on Wednesday afternoon.
Thursday afternoon, the board of directors
of Seminole, meeting in Tampa, made the
decision official and announced it to the news
media on Friday morning. The news was spread
across the state by the electronic media on
Friday evening and through the state's
newspapers on Saturday morning. '
It is now a reality. Seminole will start
construction of a facility which will be handling.
some three million tons of coal a year by 1985,


with construction to get started in about two
-months. Seminole executives said the facility
must be on the line and operating by late 1982,
when the first generator of Seminole's new plant
in Palatka is scheduled to begin operation.
Port St. Joe won out over at least two other
,locations in Northwest Florida for the industrial
plum, with the river port at Sneads and a
privately owned site in Panama City bargaining
hard for the installation. Sneads had spent
nearly a half million dollars in port improve-
ments during the summer in anticipation of
w winning the facility. The environmentalists got
into the act with fears that heavy barging traffic
would damage the ecology of the Apalachicola
River and Seminole began to look elsewhere.


S They were looking atithe Panama City site
until George Tapper learned about it and
enlisted the aid of St. Joe Paper Company to
lure the Seminole group to Port St. Joe.
.The entire deal was engineered within the
past -six weeks, with J. C. Belin, president
of St. Joe Paper, active in the process of
securing the industry here in Port St. Joe. The
Paper Company negotiated with the firm for the
land and freight rates to haul the coal inland by
rail on its Apalachicola Northern Railroad,
Company.
The new firm here will' cost in the vicinity of
$10-$15 million and will serve Seminole's plant
in Palatka, their first coal generating plant in
Florida. Seminole serves some 330,000 residents


-in 47 counties through 11 Florida rural electric
cooperatives.
The plant at Palatka is designed to produce
1,200 megawatts with half the plant to be in
operation by late 1982.
In making its selection of Port St. Joe,
Harry W. Wright, Seminole's executive vice
president and general manager, said in a
prepared statement the cooperative 'is particu-.
larly pleased with the Port St. Joe develop-
ment". Wright added that shipping coal to Port
St. Joe would mean an annual savings of about
$2.7.million over the Sneads or Panama City
sites.
The coal will originate from mines in


western Kentucky and southern Illinois. it will
be barged down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers
.to the Intracoastal Waterway to Port St. Joe,
where it will be loaded on rail cars for the trip to '
Palatka.
Builder of the shipping station here in Port
St. Joe will be Central Gulf Lines, Inc., who.
has a 22-year contract to furnish coal for the
generating plant. -
Located on the Gulf County Canal between...
Basic, Inc., and the City's Wast6water.
Treatment Plant, the barges will be berthed in a'
slip cut into the side of the canal, where huge
stationary cranes will unload the barges and
place the coal into conveyors which will load it
into rail cars for shipment.


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County Files Its Objections


i to Property Appraiser's Budget Increase


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Gortman Named


Board Chairman
Jimmy Gortman, serving in his second term as a Gulf
County Commissioner, was unanimously appointed- .-
Chairman of the Board Tuesday by his fellow -
Commissioners.
Gortman will serve
as chairman of the
Board for fiscal 191-82,
presiding at all Com-
mission meetings and
representing the County. .
at official functions.-4. .,
Gortman is not a
stranger to the chair-
man's position, on the
Board. He also served
as chairman for fiscal
year 1978-79, in his sec"
ond year on the Board.0
Gortman will take.
over the duties of chair-
man at the ne&t meeting
of the -Board'oi' .Tues-
Gortman is replac-
ing Commissioner
James Tankersley in
the chairman's position.
Gortman is the
Commissioner from
District 1, which is .
located in the north end M GORTMAN :
of the county. ...
Serving as Vice-Chairman for the coming year will be
Commissioner Billy Branch, Commissioner from Distie.' ;.-
Four, which encompasses the southwest section of Gid. -
County.
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THURSDAY, Oct. 15, 1981


Thanks-George,



We Needed That

Somepeople retire and spend While sniffing around, looking
heir new-found freedom playing ior tenants for the proposed port
lf, gardening, fishing, practicing here, Tapper came across the
lobbies or lying underfoot at home Seminole Electric people rummag-
o thdeconsternation of their wife. ing around trying to locate a place
George Tapper, our own home where they could bring coal into
;rown philanthropist, spends his Florida by water, to feed their
[me and money in trying to secure electric generating plants in the
lean industry for Port St. Joe and state. After the coal was delivered
I4if County. He's a regular one-man by barge from the coal producing
,-imbefr of Commerce and has areas, Seminole had plans to send it
pent a good bit of his' time and a lot by rail to the plant sites.
1.his money in trying to bring a When Tapper heard the magic
srge deep-water port and industry words "water shipment", his ears
_ these parts. perked up and his telephone started
Last week he was successful in to buzz as he started to send out
ne of his ventures. George was feelers and contact people who could
iost single-handedly responsible make a decision -on the matter.
:n "eticing Seminole Electric to As a result, bis' tenacious selling
,Gte its coal unloading facilities efforts were put to work in trying to
ere in Port St. Joe. persuade them to come here.
'Befodre we.go any further, let us "There's no denying the fact that
oiit out that George had sinme help we can use some more jobs here in
rni St. Joe Paper Company in his Gulf County, particularly jobs which
iest venture. After George sniffed are brought in by clean industry.
ut the possible industrial tenant for Tapper's efforts have brought us
'qrt St. Joe, he enlisted the aid of more jobs, so, in view of his efforts
he Paper Company and they helped along this line and his success 'this
mn wrap up this. latest addition to, past week, we can only say, "Thanks
ir industrial community. Gorge; we; :eeded; that!"



What Uncivilized People!
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'People like Khomeini, Khadafy
rd Airafat are elated over the
Alying of Egyptian' President An-
war Sadat. They led singing and -
lancing in the streets of their
lourtry at the news that the
Egyptian president had been killed.
I', What vultures! What uncivilized
00ple6! What crud!
-It is a pity that so-called leaders
fike these three Arab trouble-mak-
6seem'to be able to escapeth



. 'Real Bargain
' We have found- a real
bargain; one anyone who is
.looking for something cheap
w would love.
-4. 'I;ast Friday our grandson
-brought his report card home-
.along with a note inside which
wasw promoting membership in
th PTA.
, -Do you know what a
,membership in the PTA costs
' Xhese days? $1.00 a year! Can
',you' believe it?
..' tCan you let a bargain like
"that pass you by?
W. e're tempted to join, even
if we don't have any children in
school.
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assassins guns. On the other hand,
it is no surprise .to us, since only
their people seem to be barbarian
enough:to kill off those who don't
follow their line of self-agrandize-
ment.
And, they do it all in the name of
religion. These three despots use the
excuse that they are preserving the
pure- Moslem faith by killing off
those who would try to get along with
qtherpeople aid help-their own to a
et"f' living standard in the process.
As poor as Egypt is, even with
its lack of assets, the people are
better off than they are in the oil-rich
nations of Iran or Iraq. This should
tell us something. These so-called
"leaders of the masses", are not
interested in the masses at all. Their
practice of killing off their enemies
tell us they are supporting only
themselves and not their religious
beliefs nor their people.
Maybe one day the world will
get lucky and we'll read where
Khomeihi has tripped over his
beard, Arafat has had his shaven off
and Khadafy has had his oil well run
dry.

In the meantime, we hope their
religion which promotes brotherly
love begins to express its true
beliefs. When it does, Khomeini,
Arafat and Khadafy will be out in the
cold.


Watching the World Go By


Americans R


By Adolph Bedsole
A pill box was an enclosed
gun emplacement of concrete.
Though outdated now, they
were once a major means of
defense on the battlefield in
earlier wars.
The pillbox was a small
compact fortification which
could accommodate one, two or
three men to operate the guns.
Small horizontal slits were left
in the concrete hull through
which a deadly fire could be
leveled against attacking sol-
diers.
As war goes, occupants and
operators of the pillbox were
relatively safe from enemy
fire. Rifle and machine gun
bullets were harmless against
such fortification unless the
bullets.entered the gun slit.
BUT enemy soldiers would
often steal' up to the side of a
pillbox and throw a grenade
through the gun slit. Needless
to say, such "a grenade' would
kill any or all occupants of

Letters .


Thinks State

Law Enough
Dear Mr. Ramsey: !
Your September 24 editorial
on the state purchase of
beaches was right on target.
Since we own property on the
beach and have tried to keep it
the way nature made it, we too
are concerned that others try
to do the same. :Buildings,
whether they be motels, con-
dominiums, or private homes
do not belong forward or
a-straddle of natural dunes.
Sufficient laws relative to
coastal construction are al-
ready on the state books and
could be used to prevent
,further rapng f theblaeces
"to tln t exernt .... .
Unfortunately, the admini-
stration in Tallahassee has not:
seen fit to enforce the existing'
provisions uniformly through-;
out the state. It is entirely
unnecessary for, the state to
promote the possibility of
more corruption in connection
witr land purchases. It' is
ridiculous to even consider
taking several hune-ed mil-
lions of dollars out of the state
lax base and transfer that part
of the tax burden to other
property owners. News arti-
cles indicate that the politi-
cians are already gearing up
for another gubernatorial
election. It is time that the
people learn. to examine the
motives of those government
officials Awho propose the
purchase of privately owned
land.
Sincerely,
John S. and Mary Carolyn
S. Pohl
Rainbow Beach Owners


such fortifications.
Pillboxes may be outdated
in war but they are still very
practical and real in Ameri-
can society- including Wewa-
hitchka and Port St. Joe.
Modern day American pill-
boxes have no concrete, no
guns, no gun slits. They are
built with ideas, attitudes,
dispositions, arguments, criti-
cisms. Today's pillbox is
usually a one man operation.
Their defenses are built
against ethics, morality and
spirituality.
The individual occupant of
the pill box has laboriously
prepared his own enclosed


ely On "Pill Boxes"
emplacement. Year after year gressor as he levels a deadly sion may wreck a man's
he has woven around himself fire of criticism, arrogance, wealth. Betrayal may wreck a
layer after layer of ideas, disparagement and faultfind- trusted friendship. Death may
excuses, and attitudes which ing at others. Madalyn Mur- end it all.
will protect him from timid ray is of this kind. As a reader of this article,
Christians or crusading evan- But, as it was on the have you built yourself a
gelists. With the passing of battlefield, life has a strange pillbox? Or, are you now in the
time his cocoon hardens and way of destroying a tough process of adding layers of
new layers of fortification are man's pillbox. Life doesn't protection to your adamant
added. pull pins and throw grenades position? Remember, in a
He is able to resist or divert but life can shatter a man's matter of seconds the security
every effort to reach him with fortifications- leaving him of the pillbox was often turned
the Christian message. He wounded, bleeding, or even into a tomb.
may even pride himself over dead. So, as you watch the world
the number of "specialists" he Someone has said that "the go by, why not forsake your
has been able to resist. tougher they are the harder pillbox position, catch each
The pillbox occupant is nrt they fall." Divorce may wreck step with morality and spirit-
always on the defensive. Fr-.- a man's home, disease may quality and really live?
quently, he becomes the ag- wreck a man's health, depres- The way? Follow Jesus!


JFloridians Making More Money; If You Figure It In The Right Money


'N ARTICLE IN the papers the
Sothr day pointed out that the State of
T ,iFlbrida was spending at a rate which
'jiceeded the rate of inflation.
,'.'rhe article went on to lessen the
st ig of tiat little bit of news and point
Soutthat the extra spending was all right
Sbeca se the "real" income of Florid-
~.i". is was increasing faster than the rate
'VIi of inflation. The article said the
avi'arage Floridian had his "real"
Silpme increase by 1.8 percent during
p ,tl anpst year, intimating that the
u-n,.' going into the pockets of state
I.tax payers was increasing faster than
tb rate of money coming out of his
.- pocket.
-Florida's people had their "real"
_- income increase from $6,258.44 to
'. $6,369.51 in "76-77 dollars" in just a
5" little over'a year. The 76-77 dollars are
'4V- supposed to be the criteria for deciding
*.-hat the "real" dollars are.
?;..,I don't really understand all that,
since 1976 and 1977 are already gone
r''and we're having to pay 1981 prices for
whatever we buy. We're also earning
1981 dollars, so that's what we have to
spend when we purchase the 1981 goods
and services. If all we had on hand were


1976 and 1977 dollars, we wouldn't have
nearly enough to go around today.
One thing I do understand is that it
takes all our attention today to try to
scrape up enough "today" dollars to




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last until tomorrow when the
"today" dollars will be referred as the
"real" dollars.
Simple, isn't it?

ACCORDING TO THE published
Apalachicola River readings last week,
the river got down to between one and
two feet on the gauge at Blountstown.
With a reading like that, the
Apalachicola River will soon have to be


re-named Apalachicola Creek.
An article printed in this week's
issue of The Star says the low water has
stopped the barging up and down the
river and the fishermen are finding it


almost impossible to catch a string of
fish, all because of the low water.
For years, the proponents of
increased shipping on the Apalachicola
have been fighting for a chance to do
some more work on the river to make it
useable more days out of the year. The
river is' in a habit of getting low about
this time of the year, but never so low
as it is now.
Even with another dam, which has


been one point of discussion with the
river people, or removing the rocks at
Blountstown, or channelization of the
river at some of the trouble spots would
not help now. If there was a dam every


ten miles on the river below Chatta-
hoochee, there still would not be enough
water there to get barges up and down.
With the present situation, I can see
only one solution for the river people to
get back into business; pray for rain.

ONE OF THE MOST heady things a
news media can do is to have a story
before anyone else can have it
available.


Last week, The Star beat the
television, radio, daily newspapers and
weekly newspapers with the news of the
coal unloading facility for Port St. Joe.
It was no little bit of satisfaction to
sit here in the office Thursday morning
after the paper was out and have
papers, radio stations and TV call us
from as far away as Dothan, Alabama
to get the story.
All I told them was what was in the
paper. They all had to wait until Friday
morning to get going on the job of
getting the news out to the world after
the fact was announced by Seminole
Electric early Friday morning.
Having a scoop is about like having
a tall glass of lemonade under a nice
large shade tree on a 100 degree day ...
satisfying!

PEOPLE STILL THINK they can
write us letters here at The Star, telling
just how "sorry" we are, how our
opinion stinks, how "biased" we are
and how stupid we are for having such
opinions which would dare to disagree
with their opinion.
Almost invariably they will include
a paragraph which will "prove how


biased we are because we won't dare to
print their letter" which takes a
different viewpoint from ours.
They're partially right; we won't
print their letter unless they sign it.
We'll withhold their name if they are
too timid to have people know how they
feel about a subject, but we'll print the
letter if it is signed. If it isn't signed,
you just wasted an 18 cent stamp.
This particular letter was signed
"Insulted" because I had insulted their
intelligence by telling them in an
editorial recently that a public water
system would be a good thing for the
residents of White City. Since the writer
didn't think so, I was wrong for my
opinion and was biased about the
matter to boot.
They said I didn't have enough
backbone to print their letter. No
newspaper will unless the letter is
signed. One thing I can state for
certain, I have more backbone than the
letter writer since he knows I wrote the
piece in The Star, but I have no idea
who wrote his or her letter to The Star
since they didn't have the backbone to
sign it.


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.


Hlgh Ht. Low
932
25 1.8 1048
110 1.9 1157
206 2.0 1305
303 2.0 1408
401 1.9 1505
504 1.7 1554
613 1.5 1630


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County School Board last
school year of Clarence Mo-
nette.
Monette had been suspend-
ed for a week without pay by


County Approves


had received no reply from the
Board.
Chairman Tankersley told
McCully the road system
there was a state system and
the county felt they would
have to be consulted with
before a change in the present
traffic controls could be made.
McCully came back to the
potential danger at the inter-


JESSICA WHITE


section and prevailed upon the
Commission to install the
4-way. stop. The Commission
agreed that, someway, they
would try to comply with the
Ward Ridge request and put in
the controls requested.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters,
the Commission:
-Agreed to allow Dr. E'. M;


5th Quarter'

At LABC
The St. Joe Ministerial
Association is sponsoring
another Fifth Quarter Fellow-
ship this Friday night after the
game with Blountstown. It will
be held at the Long Avenue
Baptist Church. Guest speak-
er will be Steve (Bear)
Branch. Refreshments will be
served. All youth 7th grade
through College age are in-
vited to attend.

Masonic Lodge


Happy Fourth Sets Work Day


Miss Jessica White, daught-
erof Mr. and Mrs. Pete White,
celebrated her fourth birthday
October 3rd. The Happy Meal
and Sundae party was held at
McDonald's'in Panama City.
She is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James A. White,
and Mr.-and Mrs. Noah D.
Allen of Port St. Joe.

Services Tday
for Mrs. Jackson
Mrs. Margaret Jackson, 72,
,- of Jones Homestead, passed
away Sunday night in a
Panama City hospital follow-
ing an extended illness. She
was a native oSorn esC
S Pennsylvanama,'and had -iMved'..
in Jones Homestead for the .
past three years, moving here
from East point. She had lived
in Englewood for 25 years
prior to living in East Point.
Survivors include: her hus-
band, Joseph Jackson of Jones
Homestead and one son, Jerry
Jackson also of Jones Home-
stead.
Funeral services will be
heldtodayat 11:00a.m., at the
,, United Pentecostal Church in
Highland View, conducted by
Rev. Larry Wells and Rev.
Virgil Lipford. Interment will
follow in Holly Hill Cemetery.
All services will be under
the direction of Comforter
Funeral Home of Port St. Joe.


Phone


Port St. Joe Masonic Lodge
No. 111, F&AM, will have a
work day October 17, at 8:00
a.m., till.
Lunch will be served. All
Master Masons and their
guests are encouraged to
attend.
A Past Master's night will
be held Thursday, October 15
at 8:00 p.m. All Past masters
are invited to be present.


the Board after being charged
with using school reproduction
equipment to prepare mater-
ial to be used in a City election
campaign. Monette was char-


(Continued from Page 1)


Vizcarra to use undeveloped
street rights-of-way to provide
access to property he has
purchased at St. Joe Beach in
St. Joseph Shore Subdivision.
The Board said they would
neither construct the access
road nor maintain it.
-Agreed to install two
permanent lights in front of
the Courthouse to illuminate
the steps and parking lot at the
front of the building at night.
-Took under study a re-
quest from the Sealey family
to name Highway 71 in White
City after their father and a
second street after their mo-
ther.
-Received a check from
Tax Collector Eda Ruth Tay-
lor. Taylor said she had
earned the money by investing
money in her office account
which was not being used at
the time.


He Didn't

Say That
Last week The Star erred
when it reported that Clerk of
the Court Jerry Gates said
Gulf County probably had the
lowest property values in the
state of Florida.
Gates said Gulf County had
probably the lowest tax rate of
any county in the state of
Florida, which is applied to
the property values for tax
collection purposes.
The Star regrets this error.


Champion Honeydew
"Honeydew" is an acronymn to most men for things our
wives want us to do. Honeydew to C. R. "Sarge" Krlsler of
Mexico Beach Is a 11% melon he grew in his garden at
Mexico Beach. Even this picture, taken by John Philbin,
weighed nearly a pound because of the size of the melon.
Krisler had a full breakfast here.


Mrs. Phillips
Mother Dies
The Funeral Service of the.
late Mrs. Ella Ree Phillips, 85,:
of Carriville, who died in
Pensacola on Monday, Oct. 12,
will be held on Sunday,
October 18 at 2:00 P.M. at the
St. Mary's Church, Carriville.
She is the mother of Mr.
C.E.(Jim) Phillips of Port St.
: Joe : *- .
Cooper's Funeral Home,
Chipley, is in charged of'
arrangements.


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No action was taken by a
state hearing officer from the
Department of Administration
last Wednesday in the case of
the suspension by the Gulf


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SState Officer Listens to



Suspended Teacher Case


ged with preparation of the
material, which endorsed one
specific candidate at the bot-
tom of the letter and gave a
school telephone number as a
number to call for election
information.
Monette, who did not deny
the charges, took the defense
that a precedent had been set
by the School Board of allow-
ing other groups to use the
equipment on occasion.
Monette was represented at
the hearing, conducted by P.
Michael Ruff of the Depart-
ment of Administration, by
attorney Ted Bowers of Pan-
ama City. The School Board
was represented by their
attorney, Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
Bowers offered two witnes-
ses in defense of Monette, who
testified to his good character.
Witnesses for Monette were
Carl White and his pastor,
Rev. J. W. Williams, pastor of
the New Bethel AME Church
in Port St. Joe.
The School Board's attorney
also had only two witnesses,
Superintendent of Schools
Walter Wilder and Principal
Edwin Williams.
The School Board gave as
their reason for suspending
Monette the claim that Mo-
nette had not asked for
permission to use the ma-
chines or supplies, nor the
school phone for private busi-
ness. The Board also said it
did not allow the use of the
equipment for political pur-
poses, especially for the en-
dorsement of any particular
candidate.
After the evidence was
heard, Ruff instructed both
sides to file a recommended
order with his office to be
studied at a later date. The
recommended order is, in
effect, setting down in writing
what all witnesses said at the
hearing Wednesday, with each
side giving their version of the
incident.


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Visitors
Mrs. Annie Porter and
daughter, Ethel, had visitors
from Eagle River, Wisconsin,
s .recently.
Visiting were Mrs. Mary
Ruger and her friend, Mary
my Simonton. While in Port St.
ive Joe, Mrs. Ruger visited her
nce four sisters: Mrs. Ressie Lee,
elp Mrs. Minnie Lynn, Mrs. Betty
Strange, and Mrs. Essie Eth-
mi- ridge of Wewahitchka; and
and her two brothers: Francis,
who lives in Panama City, and
J. B. Porter of Blountstown.
Mrs. Ruger hopes soon to be
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able to live here again after
be away several years.


Boosters Bringing Carnival

to Town Tuesday for 5 Day


The Port St. Joe Band Boosters will be
sponsoring the "Happy Days" Carnival
which will be held in Port St. Joe Tuesday,
October 20, through Saturday, October 24.
The carnival will be located on the old
golf driving range near Ward Ridge beside
Radio Station WJOE studios.
Advance tickets for the carnival at


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Get Soci
An applicant for Social
Security number is required to
furnish proof of age, identity,
and United States citizenship
or legal alien status, David
Robinson, Social Security
Field Representative for Gulf
County, said recently.
"This information is for-
warded to Social Security
headquarters in Baltimore,"
Robinson said, "where it is
screened against all the other
numbers that have ever been
issued. If no prior number is
located, a new one is then
issued. It takes about six
weeks from the time a person
applies and furnishes all of the
required evidence for the
Social Security card to be
issued."
"The importance of a corn-,
plete and accurate Social
Security record cannot be
over-emphasized," Mr. Robin-
son said. "The right to bene-
fits and the amount of the
monthly check are deter-
mined by the individual's
work record and earnings
from Social Security-covered
employment. Since many
people have the same name.
and cannot be distinguished
from each other on' that basis,
the nine-digit Social Security
number was designed to serve
that purpose'."
"Many private organiza-
tions how use the Social
Security number as an identi-

Music Program
Saturday
The Concern Christian So-
ciety will have a musical
program entitled "Give Me
My Flowers, While I Yet
Live", this Saturday October
17, at 7 P.M.
The program will be held at
Philadelphia Primitive Bap-
tist Church, Rev. G.H Wilson,
host pastor.


reduced prices are available from a
band member. The Band Boosters rece
a larger percentage of sales on advar
tickets, so get your tickets early, and h
support the band.
The Boosters are sponsoring the car
val to raise funds "to help finance ba
activities throughout the school year.


d Some Proof to'


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fier for their own records," Secuiry 'records about that
Mr. Robins said, "but this use person .
is neither authorized nor ap- More information about
proved by the Social Security Social Security numbers can
Administration. Furthermore, be obtained at the Panama
individuals cannot be required City Social Security office,
to furnish their numbers to ..located at 30 West Govern-
private organizations." ment Street, The telephone
"Even where a person number is 769-4871. 2
agrees to provide his or her


number as a means o oidentifi-
cation, this in no way gives the
organization access to infor-
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The Service Officer, Fredt"
Kleeb, will be attending, a ,
training course.
The closing will be affecting :
both the Wewahitchka officee',
and the Port St. Joe office ".

It is reported that. qn. _i
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Ryegrass Can Color Your Lawn


SGreen During Winter Months


Homeowners wanting a
:green lawn during the winter
-should consider sowing rye
grass.
Ryegrass is desirable for
* landscape plantings where
there is very little green
during the winter, especially
where there are many de-
ciduous trees and shrubs. It
S -'Oprovides a strong contrast
color in the environment and
is very attractive as a back-
Sground for major plantings of
-spring flowering bulbs and
early-flowering trees and
0. ^:shrubs.
Z Common ryegrass has
many names, including Ital-
' ian, American, Oregon, im-
. ported, domestic, native and
S annual rye. It is widely
S' adapted, does well in either
S sun or shade and tolerates
frequent close mowing. If
seeded heavily and mowed
closely, It can provide a very
denpe and attractive lawn
a".. ou{ghout the winter. Since it
S., ,. .is-an annuall it will die out in
,- Jae spring or early summer.
y the time the ryegrass dies,
"- : [i.ae permanent lawngrass
,, iould be actively growing
S.(:|nd will provide color and
V.. er the rqst of the growing
eason. The ryegrass will
lavetobe reseeded the next
,,.: {iter when the permanent
S Brss agaim browns off and
',: .oT_ dormant
S, z Establishment of winter
S grass is a fairly simple
Procedure. It is best to wait
: until the permanent lawn-
.grass is approaching or has
ached its dormant period.
SSeding time varies from
-',/?-:.October 'in North Florida to
lae November in South Flori-
dai. South Florida is usually so
.,' warm that the. lawngrasses
didn't go dorrmant. However,
ey may discolor to justify
Stuse of ryegrass for winter
Color.
S he lawn should be mowed
Svry close and raked to
.-. remove as much debris as
p nlpyssible. Close mowing is
S ually the most homeowners
Cido but de-thatching (re-
S movdl of the excessive spongy
Sdybris) is very desirable.


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Anyway, remove as mucn o
the dead or browned grass as
possible.
Broadcast five to 15 pounds
of fresh, weed-free seed per
1,000 square feet of surface
area and rake lightly to get the
seed through the old sod and in
contact with the soil. A
fertilizer spreader can be used
to apply the seed. For best
coverage apply half the seed
in one direction and the rest at
a right angle to the first
application. A more uniform
stand can be established this


way. It is not absolutely
necessary but if possible,
top-dress the seed with about
one-eighth inch of soil to cover
the seed. The trick in estab-
lishing the rye-grass is proper
watering. The seed must be
kept moist, not flooded, ior
proper germination and'
growth of the seedlings. This
may mean light watering
several times a day, especial-
ly during mid-day. Water just
enough to keep the seeds
moist. Continue frequent
watering until the plants are


Fi. r Btist Church honor-
,ed their Sunday School teach-
ers with a special Teacher
Appreciation Sunday this past
week. Each teacher was re-
cognized and presented an
appreciation certificate. Four
of those recognized were
presented special certificates
for outstanding service. The
combined total years of ser-
vice for the four recognized
was over 159 years.
'Honored with special recog-
nition were the following:
C. G. Costin, Sr., with over
50 years teaching and leading
Sunday School work. He serv-
ed as Sunday School Director
for many years.
Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr., with
34 years of nursery work.
Affectionately known to chil-
dren as "Mama Lola", she has
served faithfully in the Sunday
School activities for many
years.
Mrs. Clarence Pridgeon,
with 40 years of teaching and
faithful service in Sunday.
School.
Mrs. E. C. Cason, with 35
years of faithful service in
teaching Sunday School.
A special banquet was given
to honor these and all those
who work in Sunday School at
the First Baptist Church. The
pastor, Rev. Billy Heaton,
noted that these many years of
faithful teaching and leading
have served to produce not


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well established.
Begin mowing when the
grass is tall enough to be cut-
around one to two inches.
Maintain this height by week-
ly cutting throughout the
winter. Water when necessary
and fertilize as often as
necessary to maintain desired
growth and color.
Don't leave your lawn
brown and unsightly this
winter. Color it green with
ryegrass, and go first class
with grass!


Speech Club Officers
These students at Port St. Joe High School will serve as


officers of the 1981-82 Alpha Omega Speech Club at the
school. From left to right are: Lisa Whaley, treasurer; Lori
Ray, secretary; Kip Altstaetter, president and Katrina
Daniels, vice-president. -Starphoto


St. Joseph Bay Chapter DAR


These four Sunday School teachers
represent a total of 159 years of teaching at
First Baptist Church here in Port St. Joe. The
four were honored last Thursday evening by


the church at a banquet. From left t
are: Cecil G. Costin, Sr., Mrs. Cl
Pridgeon, Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr., and,.
Mrs. E. C. Cason. -Sta


I ,Begins Fall Session Octob er
After being in recess since or note paper, stamps, etc. Call citizens to prayer. A
May, the. St. Joseph Bay Relative to the 200th Anni- To utter thanks to God and T.
Chapter Daughters of the versary Celebration of the France,
-American Revolution goes Battle of Yorktown, October Who fought beside us C
back into action in a big way 19, 1791, DAR members wish there.
during the month of October, to remind the public of the
the first regular .meeting Service of Prayer and Thanks- Ring, you Church bells, S
being scheduled for the third giving to be held at the First ring again.
,Wednesday at noon, October United Methodist Church,
21, at the Garden Center on Sunday afternoon at 2:30, 66TP, "', '
Eighth Street. As usual, the October 18, and to urge The C r i sthan
luncheon will be served by everyone to attend and to
members of the Port St. Joe participate. The Chapter also *
Garden Club. Hostesses for urges the various Churches in Tau ht This F
this meeting are Mrs. Thomas this area to ring their bells a g
Owens, Mrs. Charles Smith, promptly at noon Monday, The third session on "The son.
and Mrs. Herman Dean. October 19, to proclaim Vic- Christian Woman", a six-week Al
According to Mrs. Charles tory and to again remind the course taught by Mrs. Sue asked
Browne, Regent, the highlight world that America is free and Haller, will be held this Free
to right of the October meeting will be independent: Friday, October 16, from Fre
larence the RESOLUTIONS adopted Ring, you Church bells. 9:45-11:30 a.m. at the home of at
seated, by the National Society Ring and ring! Mrs. Linda Wood, 200 St. Chu,
irphoto Daughters of the American Send out your message Joseph Drive. This week's fo
Revolution at the Continental clear. study will be on "Communica- Star.
Congress in April of this year. Speak to the world of tion: Duet or Discord".
These will be presented by Victory-- Special music will be pro- Fo
S Mrs. James B. Roberts, Chair- Of Freedom that's so vided by Mrs. Jan Richard- pleas
man of National Defense. dear.
,. The Committee on DAR
ut Serivice for Veterans is pre-, Ring, you Church bells."
church paring a box to go to the Sweetly ring, "
touched Veterans' Home in Gaines-
hers. ville. Mrs. Max Kilbourn, l II
chance Chairman, is asking members F a 1ina a -s B E
example to bring to the meeting
of the suitable articles to add to the t r
mitment collection: books, magazines, o a have a large
lls us", games, toilet articles, socks, : have a large a
slippers, scarves, stationery assortment of [.
SQt0h0 A VA# Ili 1


SHETETA CHAMBERS

Is Four Now
Sheteta Nacole Chambers,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Mitchell, 'celebrated
her fourth birthday with a
traditional party at the home
of her grandparents on Wed-
nesday, October 14.
She is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Clennis Harvey
and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Chambers. Great grandpa-
rents are Mr.. and Mrs.
Cuthbert Farmer.


Cherry Stebel and Kenneth
Crum will be united in mar-
riage on October 17 at 11:00
A.M. at St. James Episcopal
Church, Sixth Street.
A reception will be held in
the Parrish House behind the
church following the cere-
mony..
Parents of the couple are
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stebel of
White City and Mr. and Mrs.
Donnie Crum of Apalachicola.
All friends and relatives are
invited to attend.
Gospel Songfest

At New Bethel
Choir No. 2 of New Bethel
A.M.E. Church, Port St. Joe,,
will celebrate its Anniversary
Sunday, October, 18, at 4:00
P.M. Singing groups and
choirs from surrounding areas
will be participating.
Everyone is invited to this
Gospel. Songfest. The Church-
is located at 146 Ave. C, Rev.
James Williams, Minister.


21
inericans, stand tall!
'he battle's won; the
nation's free.
Dld Yorktown DID NOT
FALL
sweet Bells of Freedom,
Ring!

Woman"9

riday

I ladies are invited and
d to bring a notebook.
e nursery will be provided
Long Avenue Baptist
rch. Addresses for the
owing sessions will be
unced each week in the

r additional information,
se call 229-6111 or 229-8895.




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brands and
styles to choose
from. Mattress-
es and box spr-
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double, queen
and king size.


Stop In Today and

Make Your Selection


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only church growth,
stability both in the
and in the individuals I
by these faithful teach
"In a day of constant
and daily crisis, their e
serves as a reminder
steadfastness of comn
to which our Lord ca
Pastor Heaton said.


Cute Two
Elizabeth Ann Nielson cele-
brated her second birthday on
October 13. She is the daught-
er of Toni Nielson of Apalachi-
cola..
Grandparent- are Mr. and
Mrs. David Nielson of Apa-
lachicola. Great grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. A.V. Bradley
of Apalachicola, and Grace
Nielson of Ft. Myers. Great
great grandmother is Rhoda
SDoyle, also of Ft. Myers.


Il .""" ~~~a" L~3bgBBS~


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


Join Us for A Great Time of
Praise and Fellowship


BIBLE STUDY .......... .. .........
MORNING WORSHIP ...................
CHURCH TRAINING .....................
EVENING WORSHIP ......... ........
WEDNESDAY ................. .......


9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
5:45 P.M
7:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.


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


Long Ave. Baptist Church


TED CORLEY
Pastor


1601 LONG AVENUE
MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music and Youth


Taughtfor 159 Years


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Saturday, October 17

5:30 to 7:30 P.M.


First United Methodist Church Social Hall


Pictured: left to right: Matt Dililon, Gary Bartels, Clark Downs,
Tim Robinson, center, Diane Hull.

"SASSY"
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Playing at St. Joe Bowling Lanes
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PAGE FOUR


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THLrRSDAY, Oct. 15, 198t


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Nesmith Speaks


to Garden Club


proclamation, proclaiming the observance of
Yorktown Day the U.S. victory of the Battle of Yorktown In
Y ork w D ayl the Revolutionary War. Looking on is Mrs.
Sa Ralph Swatts, Chairman, Yorktown Bicen-
Mayor Frank Pate, seated, is signing a tennlal Committee, DAR. -Star photo


Mr. Eddie Nesmith, well
versed local Historian and
recently retired curator of
Fort Gadsden State Historic
Site, related to the Port St. Joe
Garden Club last Thursday
the many exciting events at
Old Fort Gadsden. Mr. Ne-
smith told how then General
Jackson tricked the British at
Pensacola by coming as a
ragged chicken seller; Jack-
son was able to get in and talk
with the British officers and
two days later capture Pensa-
cola for the United States. Mr.
Nesmith told of the many
brave and wise works of Lt.
James Gadsden of the' U.S.
Engineer Corps in building the
fort. We remember Lt. Gads-
den for his foresight in the
Western Gadsden Purchase.
Mr. Nesmith left all of his
audience with a desire to go
again and view Fort Gadsden
with new eyes.
Port St. Joe Garden Club
was honored to have guests
from the St. Joseph Historical
Society.


Following the program, hos-
tesses Elizabeth Stuart, Polly
Sowers and Daisy' Johnson
served delicious refresh-
ments.
President Mrs. Stiles Brown
called the business meeting to
order. Mrs. Ethel Bridges
reported that Mrs. Helen
Baldwin, now at the Apalachi-
cola Health Center, is recover-
ing and would enjoy a visit
from her friends.
Mrs. Brown said the P.T.A.
would appreciate plants to sell
at the Halloween Carnival
October 31. Mrs. Brown asked
members to each have one or
more plants ready for the sale
and to bring the plants on
Friday, Oct. 30th to her home
at 1505 Monument Avenue.
Port St. Joe Garden Club is
pleased to have this oppor-
tunity to help our youth and
the Port St. Joe Elementary
P.T.A.
The meeting closed with all
vowing to watch for the spirits
of old Fort Gadsden on
Halloween.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, Oct. 15, 1981


PAGE FIVE


Halloween Carnival Week


EaIly At
. Highland View Elementary
School is anxious for Hal-
loween this year- so they are
celebrating a week early with
their annual Halloween Carni-
val on Saturday, October 24,
from 2-5 P.M.
There will be PTA-sponsor-
ed festivities for all ages to
enjoy. Plan to stay all after-
noon to participate in the
parade beginning at 1:30 at
the'Highland View Baptist
Church and later at the
carnival game booths, cos-
tume contest and cake walk.
Special entertainment will
be provided for the children by
the Beach Baptist Church
Puppeteers.
The Country Store will be
brimming with bargains and
homemade bakery items to
please the entire family.
You can also depend on
finding food to satisfy almost
any craving- oysters on the
half shell, chili, hamburgers,


Highland View


hot dogs, corn dogs, cotton
candy and candied apples, as
well as a variety of cake slices
and cupcakes.
Why leave town for enter-
tainment Saturday. October
24, when a lot of good, clean
fun is only a few miles away in
Highland View? The kids will


love the excitement of an
early carnival- and a week to
rest before trick or treat on
Halloween night.
The funny bone got its
name from the fact that the
name for the bone running
from the shoulder to the
elbow is the humerus bone.


WHEREAS: The Battle of Yorktown was fought on October
1 19,.1781; and -
r *-8 WHEREAS: It was this battle in Virginia which brought toan
end the' War for Independence, and Victory to the
American people, and
WHEREAS: Through the efforts and planning of the National
Society Daughters of the American Revolution, this
nation will be celebrating the 200th Anniversary of
this historic event, October 16-19, and
WHEREAS: DAR chapters all over. America will be.
participating in this gala four-day- celebration of,
America's Freedom,
BE IT THEREFORE-RESOLVED: That October 19,1981, be
formally proclaimed "YORKTOWN DAY", and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: That the citizens of Port St.
'Joe, Florida, be urged to review these historic
events, and to say a prayer of Thanksgiving for last-
ing FREEDOM, and for God's continuing blessings
on our beloved-America..
FRANK PATE,
Mayor of Port St.-Joe, Florida
(Submitted by Mrs. Charles. Browne, Regent of St.
Joseph Bay Chapter DAR and Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Sr.,
Chairman, Yorktown Bicentennial Committee.)


Faith School Slates

Harvest Festival


Faith Christian Sc~ool, Port
St. Joe, is having its annual
^ Harvest ptivaloSatur4" I
- a October'24tri dt'the'corner of'
5th St. and Reid Ave. from
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The Harvest Festival will
; consist of a garage sale of
used items such as clothing,
; household goods, knick-
I knacks, books, and toys. A
; special half-price sale will
j take place between 3:00-4:00
p.m.
Included .will be a fish fry
S.from 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. The
cost is $2.50 per plate and
consists of fried mullet, cole
S slaw, hush puppies, baked
v beans,' and iced tea. Also,
homemade chili will be sold
6 for $1.00 a bowl from 11:00
S a.m. until it runs out.
Other'items for sale will be
D baked goods, jellies, canned
goods, crafts, and plants.
Popcorn, cotton-candy, cold
Drinks, and snow cones Will be
served at the refreshment
Stand. '
Residents in the community
who wishto donate items to be

New Arrival
Jason ,Philip Jones
PFC and Mrs. Woodrow
1 Jones, Jr., Fort Riley,
: .Kansas, wish to announce the
birth of their son, Jason Philip
Jones. He was born on October
;. 11, and weighed 6 lbs. 12 oz.
a Proud grandparents are Mr.
: and Mrs. W.A. Jones of Port
St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs.-
George Baker of Perryville,
Maryland.


Have Your
Heating
Equipment
SCleaned, Oiled,
Adjusted and
Checked Out for
S l Maximum
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Safety El

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24 Hr. Service


sold during the sale are
invited to contact Faith
Crmti ho.,at 229-670.
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ROBERT K. STUCKEY, JR.

Is One
Robert K. Stuckey, Jr. cele-
brated his first birthday on
September 15, at the home of
his parents, Airman 2nd Class
Robert Stuckey, Sr. and Sonya
.Stuckey, Fort Walton Beach.
Celebrating with him were
his Aunt Bonita, Grandmother
Mrs. Vivian Patten, God
Mother, Mrs. Ruth Phillips,
and a host of friends. Keith
received a lot of nice gifts, and
his first Savings Account from
Wewahitchka State Bank.
The Stuckeys will be leaving
for Germany in December,
and Keith will be traveling
with them.
Sonya is a graduate of Port
St. Joe High School.












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Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ................ ... 10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ............. .... 11:00 A.M.
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Seth Howell, Brad Bowen, Michael Walding, Chris Adkison, Ben Fowler,
I John Miller, Treace Parker, Robert Taylor and Adrian Lewis. Second row,
left to right: Pat Kerigan, Pat May, Kevin Nachtshelm, Tim Stutzman, Ernie
Bryan, Mark Wester, Andy Wilkerson, Billy Merchant, Alan Sisk and John


Collinsworth, manager. Back row, left to right: Coaches Shaw Maddox and
John Hicks, Keith Jones, Ashley Abrams, Kip Alstaetter, Jim Costin, Greg
Cannon, Jay Lynn, Jake Tankersley, Lee McMilian and coaches Wayne
Stevens and Wayne Taylor.


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113 Monument Ave Phone 227-1453 Gilmore I
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ASSOCIATION Flowers for Every Occasion Renfro
S227-1416 Hannon Insurance

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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, Oct. 15, 1981 PAGE SEVEN





Lose Close One to Marianna, 14-7
.Port St. Joe's Sharks did ed for the Bulldogs at the line Adkison unwound his arm and end zone for the Shark touch- one point lead. First downs ar. PSJ Passing yards 513 132 unts,average 7-32 3-18

right well on with their of scrimmage. Davan Baker tossed the ball to Taylor. The down. Sisk kicked the extra Then came that fateful Rushes, yards 26-89 37-179 Passes 15-4-0 13-4-1 Penalties, yards 6-60 2-20
"sani game in Marianna then ripnpd thromuh the line ball slipped through his arms point and the Sharks had a tinwupipd an and the lightning


-vwwb UMV L-- -ILA -_----
last Friday, picking up 32.
yardss in key situations on four
completed aerials. A pass also
zset up the winning touchdown
for the Bulldogs, when they
intercepted a tipped Shark
jass on the Shark 34, which set
up the Bulldogs winning touch-
Pown six plays later.
: With only six minutes'left in
the game, the Sharks were on
their own 34 yard line with
dhird and six, when Chris
Adkison tried to toss a short
pass up the middle. One of the
Bulldog linemen tipped the
ball as it crossed the line and it
'dsiled up' into the air and
pokedd like it would drop
harmlessly on the ground. But
flatthew Weston ran under
the falling ball and intercept-


for 12 yards and again for 10
more to the Shark two yard
line and a first down. Baker
then nudged across on the next
play to put the winning points
on the scoreboard for the
Bulldogs, as they defeated the
Sharks 14-7..
The Sharks nearly pulled
the win out of the fire,
however, as Adkison found
Robert Taylor standing oi the
goal line all by himself with
only seconds left in the game.
The Sharks liad marched
down the field oi a" 10 y ar'd
scamper by'Adkison, a 17 yard
pass to Kip Altstaetter and a
Bulldog penalty. With 1:25, the
Sharks were on the Bulldog 40
with fourth and 10, when


and the last Shark hope for a
win fell to the ground.
The Sharks out-gunned the
Bulldogs in the statistical
columns, but a tired team in
the last period could not hold
back the'Bulldogs' threat in
the final minutes of the game.
The Sharks came roaring
out at the beginning of the
game and began to eat up the
yards against Marianna. With
the first period winding down,
quarterback Chris Adkison
found his way through the
Bulldog line and scrambled
for 50 yards upfield to the
Bulldog seven. Alan Sisk then
ran for two and three yards
before Adkison tossed the
pigskin to Ernie Bryan in the


seven point lead, which they
held until the final period.
The Sharks started working
on another score set up by a 41
yard return of a Bulldog punt
by Chris Adkison, but a pass
interference call on the Sharks
stopped the drive and let the
Bulldogs run the clock down to
the half.
After a see-saw third quar-
ter, the Bulldogs started a
drive on their own 16 yard line
after a Shark punt. Quarter-
back Eric Stephens let go of a
bomb to Randy White on the 48
yard line and White headed for
the goal line, crossing it for six'
points for the Bulldogs. The
extra point kick was no good
and the Sharks still had a slim
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which had been streaking the
sky for most of the fourth
period, seemed to strike the
Sharks as the Bulldogs scored
their go-ahead touchdown and
Stephens ran the extra point
across to give the Bulldogs
their 14-7 win.
FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday night, the Sharks
will host the Blountstown
Tigers here in the Constitution
City at 8:00 p.m. The Tigers
are coming off a loss last week
to the Wewahitchka Gators.
Regardless of what the season
has brought the Tigers and the
Sharks, both teams will be
pawing the dirt for a win on
,Friday night.
THE YARDSTICK


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Ernie Bryan hauls in a Shark pass .onai-. ,plioto,, before catching the pass and was
controversial play in last Friday's gam"ine -apd r offensi-ve pass Intefference by the
Bryan had bumped Kip Altstaetter, right' In ; reereesr. -Star photo


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QuarteiUbiiack Chris Adkison dives for an extra yard or two against the Jamie Godwin (25). -Star photo
lMariania Bulidogs last Friday n"hight. Defenders are Matthew Weston'(26) and
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Ehtubl-lc Dove Fields Open%,
D. oJL


', A total of eight public dove
fieldss are now open in the
Central and Northwest re-
:ions of the state for the three
chase e dove season, according
.o the Floi'ida Game. and
.Fresh Water Fish people.
In the Northwest Region,
:he dove fields which are now
open for'public use are:
SApalachicola: Airport dove
;field in Franklin County. Six
"hundred acres. will be opened
to hunters on Tuesdays,


Thursdays. Saturday and
Sunday' during the season. A.
permit is required and may be
received free from-the 'office
of -the Franklin Coity'tax
collector., .
Apalachee Wildlife Manage-
ment Area in Jackson County.
To be opined' Tuesdays,
Thursday, .Saturdays -'and
Sunday during the dove sea-
son. All hunters are required
to purchase a wildlife man-
agement area permit froim the
office of the county 'tax


collector or their subagents.
A designated field in the
Liberty County portion of the
Apalachicola Wildlife Man-
agement Area. Opened
throughout the dove season. A
wildlife management area
permit is required.
I Joe Budd Wildlife Manage-
meint Area in Gadsden County.
Open to dove" hunting each
Wednesday of the three
phases of the dove season. A
quota of 100 hunters will be .
filled on a first come, first


served basis at the check
station. A wildlife manae-
ment area permit is required.
The field trial portion,'in the
Santa Rosa County po'tioni of
the Blackwater Wildlife Man-
agement. Area willsfiave .de-
signated'dove fields which will
opeih on Saturdays. and Sun-
days during the first phase of
the dove season. 'A' wildlife
management area permit is
required.
The Point Washington Wild-


life Management Area. The
management area, located in
Okaloosa, Walton and Bay
counties, will' be open during
all phases of the dove season.
A wildlife management area
permit is required.

Persons may contact re-
spective regional offices of the
Commission for further de-
tails. The Panama City office
of the Northwest Region may
be contacted by calling
1-800-342-1676.


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The Gators have done it


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4 Constitution andh
Port St. Joe
JIMMY SPIKE
CHURCH SCHOOL .........
MORNING WORSHIP .......
EVENING WORSHIP ........
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWS
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesc


again. For the fifth time in a


Met/,o isi C/iurch
Monument Ave.
e, Florida
ES, Minister
................ 9:45 A.M .
............... 11:00A.M .
............... 7:30 P.M .
SHIP .......... 6:30 P.M.
lay) ........... 7:30 P.M.
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NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor.
SUNDAY SCHOOL.. .. .. .... .... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ........ 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ........ ........ 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"



FIRST

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


SUNDAY SCHOOL .......................
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ...........
CHURCH TRAINING ....................
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ............
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ..........


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


"Come and Worship God with Us"


row, the Gators have added a
victory to their string this
year, bringing the total to five
for the season. The Gators
pulled a. fast one (Steve
Stripling) on the Tigers with
five minutes left in the final
period to set the Tigers down,
12 to 8.
Stripling raced down the
sidelines from 45 yards out
to give the Gators the score
they needed to win.
The Gators have now notch-
ed wins over three of the four
District 3-AA teams, with only
Wakulla remaining. The Ga-
tors don't play Wakulla.
The win last Friday moved
the Gators up in the standings
to number four in their
classification. Before the
game last week, the Gators
were ranked fifth in Class A.
The Tigers scored the
game's first touchdown with
just a little over a minute left
in the first quarter and held on
to their lead until Stripling
scored his winning TD.
The Gators weren't sitting
back waiting on lightning to
strike, however. Tim Price
kept chipping away at the
Tiger lead with two field goals
in the first half, when he
booted field goals from 25 and
33 yards out. The last kick
came with just five seconds
left in the first half and put the
Gators within two points of the
Tigers as the second half
opened.
Stripling's 45-yard jaunt put
the Gators on top of the
scoring column and they held
on for the remainder of the
game. -
'Vincent Jones gathered in


the two recovered Tiger fum-
bles for the Gators to aid in the
win.

FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday night, the Gators will
have their bite tested when
they travel to Century to meet
the number one ranked Class
A team in the state. It's a long
way from Wewahitchka to
Century, but if the Gators pick
up their sixth win of the


season, it will be a short sweet
ride home.
THE YARDSTICK
Blount Wewa.
First downs 8 9
Rushes, yards 39-168 33-180
Passing yards 36 52
Return yards 40 43
Passes 10-2-1 5-3-0
Punts 3-40 3-19
Fumbles lost 4-2 4-2
Penalties, yards 8-80 6-40


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, Oct. 15, 1981


WHEN TO SEE A
DOCTOR IF WOUNDED


It is most important to know when to see a
physician for first aid.
If there is real spurting bleeding, this is an emer-
gency. If slow bleeding continues beyond four to
ten minutes, medical attention is needed. If there is
foreign material in the wound which does not clean
out easily; if it is a deep puncture wound or is long
or wide so -that'stitches may be-required, a
physician is heeded. '
Also, if the wound has been in contact with soil or
manure, or if signs bf iiifection such as pain, red-
ness, or swelling develop -don't wait. Expert atten-
tion quickly will prevent hours of pain and possible
infection.. ... ,-- -
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their preseriptlous, health needs and other
pharmacy prddncts.:'We consider this trust a
privilege and a duty. May'we be your personal
famlyphanacy" ;';, -

BUZZEIT'S DRUG STORE
Free Parking Drive-Ir Window
229-8771 317 WiIIIAms Ave. Port St. Joe


After a well-publicized start last November.
the first boat built for use was slipped out of the
Raffield Fisheries boat building factory last week,
headed for the water.
The boat was outfitted with the wheelhouse at
the top of the superstructure after it was towed
outside the construction building. The boat was too
tall to erect the wheelhouse inside the building.
In the picture above, the boat is located just to
the rear of the factory and is riding on a track
which leads to the Gulf County Canal, where the
new all-purpose fishing boat will get its first taste
of riding high on the seas; a job it is expected to do
for many years to come.
Raffield said the boat will be the first of many
to come out of the factory in the years to come.
"This first one was the hardest," he said
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M marine Patrol Is

SIivers Agenny

.-"f.th e it comes to looking tion, investigation of fish kills,
the wat nt he.i prote tuiftles and Mana-
iond't oid tesaidoitoring oil spills
- iie Pat 6is inage-Tf :i. o the state.
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RECLINER VALUES

PLAN NOW FOR
CHRISTMAS
GIVINGI


their use, they are an effective
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f6f.ctateats airways
and seashors.m"i .. -.
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;M day, Oct. 19. Thursday, Oct. 22
r*4 5, Frenich. fries, Chi-ceui 'rie with gravy,
unice;,ak.e andk milk.. -w..,- s' -ee potatoes,
dy .20 cornibrea and ini .
*. 4eadipped Iih, cab- iY idayicOt.23 :
sla wLeb klbeans, hbsh Hot og Fench ries, sliced
aynd ". -'-. ... he. t peanut grandles,;
Wiednesday,Oct. 21 'cinnamon rispy'and milx.
agheti .wMth meat4sauce,. *,.; :. -, .
on;!beans, tosseil silad, Menus are subject to change
red rll and '-ilk.' dueto theiavailability of foods.

J Elementary Set

Iliowen Car ie.(iyal
e Por Si'. Joe Elemen- gatr on the parking lot of the
' sh.olF P.T.A. annual AI la chicola Northern Rail-
w ,e upgrade and cb&- ioad.Co. building at the end of
cbn test wil be held on' Reid 4veiue where a number
-cay, October-3rst.;The wIll.leLinned on.eacl- chil


.oestuhme, contest which will
rflud&le three divisionss' Pre-
5 1 oo: through Iindejartei,
L;rfirst "grade.: through third
ffrade .and- fiutrhk graie
fthr a. sixth 'grade. There:
S Mll li be a first, secondhand
"'bh..ird-place winner' in each
division. ?
All participants' should
CARD of THANKS
i; We would like to take this
opportunity to express our
Smst sincere gratitude re-
'-egat~ding fthe care and' treat-
; mient 'of our falter' and thB-
Sband, and brother, during his.
:-kstaiy in Muiieiipal Hospital
'.ior o his passing away on
'1 September 24. .
We especially want to thank
thelDo htors, Ihe N rsing Staff,
: Respiratory Department and
Mr. Lil.quist for their atten-
,.7tlOf and'. i.,hss during fiis
.. t 4e: ,ll the acts of kindess
r ".\ and considerate thoughts dur-
1 ing this time of sorrow sbdwn
t .t. tous willbe well remembered
d cherished...
rd % The Shickelford Family
SBecome Godparents
SMr and Mrs. John Under-
-;'wood became the-Godparents
; of Aili "a Ann Thomas;
; ,'. Alicia is the daughter of Mr.
4b qnd Mrs. George Thomas of
port St. Joe; Th7 s6rce was
held ati Thompson .Temple-


at 1i:00.

FISH FRIES
& DINNERS
The Highland View $Church
of Gdc will have a fish fry, Fri-
day,; Oct. 16, starting serving
10:30 a.m..until 1:00 p.m. The
meniu will have millet, cole
slaw,-htshpuppies, beans, ice
te6. P ie frill be $2.50. Come
bj the church and pick up or
call 2296235 for delivery.
Thompson Temple First
Born Holiness Church located
on Ave'E will have dinners for
sale on Friday, Oct. 16. The
ineiu will consist of chicken
and dressing, chitterlings and
rice, "collard greens,- potato
salad, 'cafidled yams, rolls,
cornbread, cake and ice tea.
You may eat in the dining hall
or call for delivery at 229-4997
church, 229-6935 Corerine
Daniels or 229-720 Mattie
. Spain. Dinners will be for sale
every Friday with a different
menu each week. The price is
$3S00. All donations will go
toward the church building
fund.


The Mexico Beach Chamber
of Commerce will have a
barbdcue Mouiday, Oct. 19, at
6T30 i.m. $2.00 a plate. A
meeting will follow at 7:30 at
the Chamber building.
, : "t .'.'T.,.;. --. .',.


CHOOSE
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RECLINERS,
WALL
HUGGERS,
OR RECLINER
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Colors & Fabrics CEDROOMNGROUP
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Phone 227-1277
4.01 Reid Avenue


FURNITURE


SAVE ON LANE CHESTS
YOUR $
CHOICE! 199


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(B) Med. Oak Finish
STORAGE WALL
SYSTEM
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$179
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LEAF
CABINET
s209


....... ...$299
. . ... $169
.......... $229


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ARE THE SAME AS
FIFTEEN YEARS AGO!
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Closed Wednesday


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BISCUITS ORANGE JUICE BELL PEPPER
Pa .89 20.992 4F.$1.00
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ORANGE JUICE Mac. & Cheese Ple CAULIFLOWER
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PIGGLY WIGGLY
For the Best Selected


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Piggly Wiggly Is

OPEN ON SUNDAY
9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
STORE HOURS: M-Th, 8:00 7:00
SFri. & Sat., 8:00 8:00
Sunday, 9:00 6:00
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PAGE TEN


THE STAR. Port St. Joe. FIn. THURSDAY. Oct. 15. iSSI


-. Two bedroom house for sale.
229-8570. tic 10-18

3 large lots and 2 acres at
-. Red Bull Island, all for $7,400.
648-8926.
To -be sold by an estate.
Elsie Parker home at 819 Mar-
,vin Ave. Reduced price for
quick sale, $31,500. Financing
l to,be arranged with down pay-
'" ment of $4,000 $5,000. Call
.'., :,Wallam J. Rish 229-8211, 8:30
am. to 5:00 p.m.
SPrice' Reduced: 3 bdrm.
brick home; 2 ba., liv. rm.,
din. rm., fam. 'rm., breakfast
,area: ch/a, range, refrig.,
.. dishwasher, laundry rm w/.
,- sink, Fla. rm., 2 car garage w/
4.'7 'opener, 18j36' pool, cypress
-'... privacy .fence, shallow well
S:, mp. C-ipress Ave., near
7 shobls. By appt. only.
: 2294401. 4tp 0-8
4bdrun, liv. rm., din. rm.1g.
," den and .kitchen, utility rm.,
storage, dbl. carport, Ig.
c.ree.edin back porch, on 2
Slots. 1605 Monument Ave. Call
.2294654..'. L tfc 6-5





1974 Mustang I King Cobra,
good condition. 229-433.

1980 Ford Mustang, 4 cyl.,
S-=.!"27,000 miles, loaded, exc.
cond. .Price below retail.
227-1618. 2tp 10-15


GARAGE SALE: 3 families,
toys, baby clothes, misc.
items. 1301 Marvin Ave. Satur-
day morning, 8-12. It 10-15

CARPORT SALE: 4
families. 618 Madison St., Oak
Grove, Clothes under $1.00.
New ceramics and Christmas
gifts. Many useful items,
books, games, Ig. sizes men &
ladies clothes. Free. coffee.
Don't miss it. 8 a.m., Thurs-
day and Friday. Itp

5 Family Yard Sale, Sat.,
Oct. 17,9 a.m. 5 p.m. on Hwy.
71 in White City across from
-Baptist Church. Clothes, furn.,
quilt scraps,' 2 outboard
motors & much more.

YARD SALE: Sat., Oct. 17,
9:30 6:30, 803 Marvin Ave.
Ladies, girls clothing and
misc.

YARD SALE: Multi-family,
Saturday, Oct. 17, 9 to 2, 1005
Marvin Ave. (Family moving
overseas). Clothes (baby to
adult sizes). Will have some of
everything and lots of inciden-
tals that make a house a home
and clutter it up. Come by and
take a look.
YARD SALE: Friday and
Saturday, 104 Hunter St., Oak
Grove, 9-5. '
GARAGE SALE: 1608
Monument Ave., Saturday,
Oct. 17, 9-5.
YARD SALE on Bay St., St.
Joe Beach. Thurs.. Friday and


48' shrimp boat, has 471 GM
engine, 3% gear with UHS,
depth recorder, dbl. rigged.
$6,000 or partial trade. 18 h.p.
Evinrude outboard motor,
runs good, $150. For informa-
tion, ask at Post Office, Over-
street. tfc 10-15

1980 Yamaha Special 400,
low mileage,,excel. cond. Call
648-5497 after 6 p.m. 2tc 10-15

Cab-over camper, for lwb
pickup, sleeps 4, stove,, ice
box, sink, 25 gal. water tank,
good cond. $425. Call 229-6179.

Remington model 700,
deluxe BDL 243 cal., very good
cond. Weaver scope and
mounts, also sling. $325. Call
227-1219, ask for Becky, Mon-
day- Friday, 8 to 4. Itc

36' shrimp boat, 671 Detroit
diesel, single rig. 229-8570.
Nice comfortable sofa, Call
227-1531. Itp 10-15

Butler's Greenhouse and
NurseiryBay St. and Hwy. 98,
St. Joe' Beach. 25% offj on
everything din greenhouse,
nursery and concrete pro-,
ducts. Thursday, Friday and
Saturday only. 648-8926.
Large trampoline, $100. 648--
8928. it 10-15


14' fiberglass
35 h.p. Mercu
steering, 535
ing motor (fo0
variized tra


Ford ,LTD Saturday, 9-5. swivel seats. $
S197O7 Ford LTD H station
S gon. Call after 5, 229-460. GIGANTIC GARAGE Tear down
tfc 10-1 SALE: Sat., Oct. 17, 9 till 2. bedroom house
1978F-1 Ford pickup, Several families, many misc. Goes to highest
1978 F-100 Ford pickup, items. 1606 Garrison Ave. 16. Call 229-
ort wheel base 2M4, 300 6 229-8840.
big tires, chrome wheels, GARAGE SALE: Saturday,
,. roe roll bar. 229-8821. Oct. 24,from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. AKCreg. i
"fc 7-9 at 5th and Reid. price from old, 2 female
_- __-3-4 p.m. 2tc 10-15 silver, $100 fir
1972 Dodge Van Tradesman, m1979 55,
100 V8, auto transm., $950.00. The Old"Count 2 Weeks d ior
(,aUl 229-8000 after 5 p.m. or Yard Sale: please come by pack Take
-i ee at 813 Marvin Ave., Port and look it over. Save your sell for $950.
St. Joe. tfc 6-25 dollar. Christmas time is on after 5 p.m.
"976 LTD, good ond., auto the way. Look before you buy.
9ran7T. 64 g 915. n tfe t-13 Sold as is. No refunds. We .
transom. 6484315.. tfc 8-13 thank you for business, and Christmas ii
God bless all. White house at home this
F;or back of old St. Joe Ice House. of Lloyd toys
802 4th St., Port St. Joe. for all ages,
,ulance $10.00. Individ
,Ambulance orders avail
S i easily you cai
S service worth of me
TRAVEL TRAILER possible adde
Call NEEDED: at least 17 long Call us for a

227-1115 organ an diamond ring to Durham 229
Strade -for it. Phone 648- representative
,.8308. tfc 9-17 r e n
-I


ST. JOSEPH BAY RE

SS I E. B. MILLER, REALTOR IKE


900 HIGHWAY 98- MEXICO BEACH P. 0O. BOX 1333

PORT ST. JOE ST. JOE BEACH MEXICC
106 Mimosa Price reduce on tmis 3 barm. 1 ba house on 2 Ig. lots. Reduced to $18.5
r. desirable 3 bdrm.. 2 ba nome with wood fenced yd,. Oak & Americus. trailers ana Ig s
many extras. 1 lots. lueplace. car. 547.000 No. 201 beach. No. 301
port, chain link lance. Down pml only
$8,500.00 with 9'. assumable mor. Gull St 3 bdrm. 1 ba. house, on 2 Ig 2 bdrm duplex, su
tgage Someone in Port St Joe is loIs with fireplace. 16x32' swimming of tme beach. $49
missing a real bargain. No 101. pool. wood fenced around it. only Ing. 20' down 'N
_.' :-- $55.000 No 202 --
Priced for quick sale. 520 8th St 2 4 barm 2 ba cen
houses on 2 lots. main house is 3 yrs NEW LISTING Beaultuil 3 barm 1 fomal am rms a
ld.3 diml I, e. enclose lots -- canal local
old. 3 bd~m.. 1a ba.. enclosed ba modern design nome wl nealed No 303
garage Rental house Is 2 story 2 swimming pool Enjoy the ien ofl
bdrm 1 ba Piesently rented. Gulf from side dech Call us ioaay tO Grand isle. 3 be
5il 6 S25.500.00 Call today see whale ,o, r nmising $I 15000 privacy lence cen
3,. Ig. garden area. on
100 Mimosa. brick home. 3 bdrm. 3 Partially nisned house 19000 garden on
ba.. 2-car garage on 2 lots. geo- blK from beach. 3 bdrm I ba Adia. 1 bdim duplex on
thermal heatingicooling system No. cent lot also available No 204 down. owner linan
102
i Ddrm 1 ba trailer. 75x150' lot. 2 bair.. 1 be non
S ,28 7th St. 2 bdim plus sm ex 'm. 1 $12.500 Pineda St. No. 205. Gulf just across n
ba.; fireplace. big kitchen, screened SI $44000 No 30
porch, carport Owner finance 25R. 2 bdrm.. I ba trailer a fireplace. los
'4. down, 12% interest. No. 103 of fruit irees I blk from beach Nice 2 barm. 2 ba,
1305 Marvin Ave. 3 bdrm, 1 ba. St9000. No 208 can see Gulf from
home In good location, lanced back St. Joe Beach has a ig selection o Move in with low do
i' yard, gas heat, carport storage sh. lots for $1.000 ao*n & 12%.interest 250 mo mls on I
No 104. 3 bdrm frame h
4bdrm.,2ba.with2AIC,gasheat.on ACREAGE $25900
2 lots. carpets, drapes Incl.. stainless
... ... steel siding, chain link fenced back Bay Front 5 acres on state roaa 30
yd. 506 8th St No. 105 near Presnelis. 251'on bay frontage. ac so u10yu
S Lg.'house, 3 bdrm. 1 Ma ba.. liv. rm.. No.701. 24 0
din. rm., & kitchen combo, carport, Almost 2 acres on Wetappo Creek 2 Oeaullul o0 5
newly painted thruoul. 1501 Monu. 127.000 No. 702 150x 12 Nice an
mernt. No. 106. t--K
--- ,Shady lol atl Howards Creek. $3.000
Office or store bldg.. Income proper. No 703 3 bdrm 2 ua stuc
'-' ty, 1 side open, 1800 sq. ft. oh Reaid din rm & kitchen c
SAve. Owner fin. No. 107 traily furnished $4
Ae. Owner l hNome 07 MOBILE HOME 308.
"r 3 bdrm., 1 % ba. home wI swimming
pool & 6' privacy fence. Call for more 1981 New Moon mobile home lully New Listing. Exce
Info. Ward Ridge. lurn *aappliances & washing tunity Attractive 2
machine Lot not included located on 39th St
S WEWAHITCHKA .- ,ogulf
E T AOAK GROVE 1 bdrm. 1 a. beach
2 bdrm., 1 be. frame house financing bdrm. a. a
available. $11,300.00. No. 601. 401 Madisoa.. .,uim I bea partially water, partially fur
----- lurnished. chain link fence $10.500 available. $35.000
17.&acrea east side of Hwy. 71 north
of downtown. May divide Into 5-6 acre
Splots. No. 802__. Jones Homestead
'" 4 bdrmn.. newly remodeled 1g. kitchen. OV E RCS
CYPRESS LODGE 1 V i acres, completely chain link fenc
ad. P48,500. 3 bdrm.. 1 be Ira
4 miles from Wewa on Dead Lakes. d _,_____ trailer. also i travel
Complete campground at 5395,000. 3 bdrm. newly remodeled home on Ig. land, $12,500. No.
Owner finance Lots from $4.500 to lot, $5,000 down, balance over 20 year
$8,500. other parcels available. period.


ss tri-hull boat,
ury electric and
MinnKota troll-
ot control). Gal-
iler, battery,
$1400. 229-8387.
n or move 4
e at 515 3rd St.
t bidder by Nov.
-6003, after 5,
4t 10-15
modles, 6 weeks
s, 1 apricot, 1
m. 639-2807.
Eyinr ude .out-
with 1980 power
payments up or
Phone 227-1398
2tp 10-8

s Coming! Shop
year with House
and gifts. Gifts
with 60 under
dual and party
able. Ask how
n receive $20.00
rchandise plus
A bonuses.
catalogue or for
anytime..Carol
676, Port St. Joe
e. tfc 8-20


Two 2 bedroom furnished
trailers for rent at St. Joe
Beach. 648-5306 tic 10-8
Thames Hotel, day, weekly,
monthly rates. 302 Reid Ave.
229-8723.

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
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


No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105,.219 Reid Ave.




. Want to Rent: Furnished
house or trailer, 2 bedroom
preferred in Port St. Joe or St.
Joe Beach. Year-round oc-
cupancy. Call 648-5198. It 10-15

Refined lady needs small
apartment in Port St. Joe.
648-5224. It 10-15


I am looking for employ-
ment in the line of work, elec-
trical motor, wiring, pipe fit-
ting, cable, work, anything to
.do with electronic repair, TV
& radio, etc. Write to Box 389,
Mexico Beach, or call 648-5346.
2tpl10-8

Wanted: Foster homes for
retarded clients. Must meet
health and safety standards
and become licensed by the
State. Pay. ranges from $252
-$361 per month, per client.
For further information con-
tact Clara Poteat, Develop-
mental Services Program Of-
fice, 450 Jenks Avenue,
Panama City, FL. phone
769-8931. 4tc 9-24


EALTY


NO________ICES_____________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 Reid Ave.







Carpenters and. painters
willing to work. Call 648-5217.


CA R EFOOT SEPTIC TANK
SERVICE ,
Tanks Cleaned and Portelet
Service


22a-8u0
Experienced mother
like to babysit, 7:30 -
day through Friday,
end babysitting occasi(
403 Madison St., Oak G


Likely I have painted
neighbor's house. Do
preciate a whole town
someone's painting? C
Betsey. Call 433-5356
sacola. .
FOR TRACTOR WO
Call 229-8939 or 648-i


YARD WORK DONE
Mowing, raking, cleaning,
weeding. Phone 229-8952 after,
2:00p.m. tf.c6-11


Air Conditioning Heating
r would Refrigeration- Appliance
5, Mon- Parts and Service
(Week- DANIELS SERVICE CO.
onally). Electric Plumbing -
rrove. Appliance Repair
21(0 1-8 All Brands
Norris Daniels
ad your Phone 229-8416
you ap- 106 Bellamy Circle
behind Handy man, wall washing,
'all Joe light maintenance and odd
, Pen- jobs. Free estimates. Mr.
tO10/29 Sollars, 227-1490. 4tp 9-24


IRK
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,


Need to rent an apartment?.
Advertise in the Star. ,

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

RED CARTER'S GUN SHOP


Port St. Joe Beach
Information on ALASKAN Gurismithing Blueing
and OVERSEAS employment. New & Used Guns-- Scopes
Excellent income potential
call 312-741-9780, ext. 4256.
S 4tp 10-1 Carpentry Work Done
Reasonable Rates
AVON Buy or Sell Jimmy Johnson
Call district manager, Claudia Phone 229-8757


Walters, Panama City,
871-5523. tfc 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 Framers
Assoc. 407 7th St., Mexico
Beach. Call 648-8914.
tfc 10-8



B & L UPHOLSTERY
& TRIMSHOP
104 6th St., Highland View
229-6429
Free estimates, reasonable
rates, quality work. Lg. sel-
ection of materials.


DUREN, REALTOR '


2 648-5011 The Sewing Room

BEACH MONTHLY "S 410A Reid Ave. NOIo
00o 2 acres plus 2 RENTALS n I'Port St. Joe, Fla. b0
shed 3 biks hom Nice selection o l houses & aplts now
available lor rent Call lot more Info "Quality Fabric at Affordable Prices"
ndeck & good view
.000 owner finance. f A 1`.1f* % I I I A


o 302
i Na Ig liv. rm 2
en wilireplace on 2
ion wilh boal dock.
Irm. I ba wooo
hia wIneat pump
ly S48.000 NIo 304
Hwy $38.500 20'.
ce No 305
me overlooking the
wy Hwy 98 S 3rd
6
homeon Hwy 386
da $52.000.
oan ,3aymeni Orly
existing mortgage
house on 4tn Si

S .- D r,'ris 1 DI
rn-snea 'in Si

75.112 ea. loial
grassy wiin se i'c

:co nouse liv rm
omDO. nice lot par.
A7 500 8in St No

lent rental poor
BR. 1 as duplex.
Furnibhed. close

h cottage near the
nished. Financing



STREET
elier with attacned
el mailer. 1 acre of
501.


APEt SAN BLAS
Bayside two 100 kuls on the bay
513.500 each


GULF AIRE
Spanish design 2 srTor 4 Dlrm. 2'-
ba 19ig den. liv rm Afireplace, dble
garage 10'. assuma3le mortgage
Some oCaustlrul o01' 51,11 aa3lL.e aS
it', intersl 25 0. O.n
BEACON HILL
3 bairm r ba moDile nome on 2 lots
completely enclosed a a wooden
fence $25000 No 801
lI 2Ddrm collage o raAve near6in
St Only $25000 No 803
3 boarm I pa on 3 IoIS firerlace
newly carpeteda 36000 No 804
COMMERCIAL
Fully equipped store blag on 3',
acres on Hwy 30 will finance No
401
Convenience stdle Si Joe eacn
1.536 so II on rpi, los wiconcrele
slab floor for expansIon No d02
2 700 so II building on First St in
Port St Joe on 3 lots No 403
2 lots on Reid A.e 60 .90 No 404
Highland View 3 well placed iota
on U. S 98 Room for most any type
business including parking spaCS
Approx. 183 ft. on U S 98
ASSOCIATES-
AFTER HOURS
ARCHIE BARBEE 648.5392
PAULETTA CAMPBELL 648.8977
JIM CLEMENT 648.5482
ALISA DUREN 648-5835
BOB & JEAN FALISKI 229-6563
RHONDA HEATH 227.1782
MARSHA YOUNG 648-5248


tfc 2-2

St Joseph Bay
ConstnCru
* Residential
*CemUar ial i





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


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!









Sears Catalog Sales

227-115i

Leon Pollock, Owner'
410 Reid Avenue



ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS





) --Commercial Building
- -Residential Building
--Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
S 227- .168 ,'
P.O.BOX456 ,
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tic 7-2


Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours)
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506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
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THURSDAY, Oct. 15, 1981
















The Gulf County School
SBoard' met in special session
S Wednesday, September 2,1981
at 11:00 AM. The following
members were present: Gene
Raffield, Chairman; Ted
Whitfield; Waylon -Graham;
Paul Sewell; Fred Greer.
Superintendent Wilder was
also present.
Chairman Gene Raffield
presided and the meeting was
opened with prayer by Mr.
Sewell and followed by the
Pledge of Allegiance.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion by
Mr. Sewell and second by Mr.
Whitfield, the Board unani-
mously voted to approve the
following personnel matters
for the 1981-82 school year:
Transfer General Aides to
Title I Funding Program;
Reduce Custodial Mainte-
nance work-force to the.
equivalent of four personnel.
This will accomplish through
attrition and reduction of
hours for present employed
personnel; Abolish Tennis and
Golf program at Port St. Joe
High School; Require Com-
munity Service Program to
furnish fuel for vehicles;
Cancel Title I Exceptional
Education Monitoring Con-
tract with'. PAEC. Personnel
terminated in this action, last
day of work will be September
S11,1981, however, will be paid
| through September 18, 1981.
Personnel affected by this cut
are listed in the Superinten-
dent's office.
1.. On motion by Mr. Greer,
second by Mr. Whitfield, the
Board declared the payment
of the Parking Lot bill an
emergency.
-".' There being no further
"- business, the meeting ad-
journed.
S The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
Tuesday, September 8, 1981 at
5:30 PM; in the Boardroom in
the Courthouse in Port St. Joe,


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, Oct. 15, 1981


PAGE NINE


Bow Hunting Season Ends Oct. 18


Florida. The following
bers were present:
Graham; Ted Whitfie
* Sewell; Fred Gieer
member Raffield was
Superintendent Will
also present.
Vice-Chairman Way
ham presided and the
was opened with pr
Sewell and followed
Pledge of Allegiance.
Mrs. Bertha Thomn
with the Boardc to
some problems in th
dial department in tb
hitchka area. Mrs
Keels met with the I
discuss securing tra
tion for her child to e
exceptional educati
gram in Bay County.
On motion by Sewell
by Greer, the boarc
mously voted YES to'
the minutes of Augui
August 12, 1981.
On recommendation
Superintendent, mo
Whitfield, second by
the board unanimous
proved the following
nel matters:
Employ George C
teacher at Wewahitch
School only. three-fou
the school day for thi
school year;. Approve
SGauious for. aPRE
position a Wew t
mentary SchoMI f& th
school year; Approvei
Gortman for Excepti
dent' Driver-Clerk; A
Hazel Nunnery for Ex
al Student Driver-Cl
proved, Forest Revell
position of full-tin
driver; Approved Pe
vell for a' part-time bu
position; Approved'
Sweazy and Mildred.
for Gulf Coast' Com
College bus drivers;
Approved the fo
teachers to. teach ou
for the 1981-82 scho4
Port St. Joe Eler
School- Shawnli Hart,


Bow hunters in Florida have
until October 18 to participate
in the special archery season
set aside for such sportsmen,
according to the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commis-
sion.
"The special archery season
is scheduled to allow bow
hunters an opportunity to take
to the woodlands prior to any
hunts scheduled which allow
,for the use of firearms," said
Fred W. Stanberry, director of
the Division of Wildlife for the
Commission.
He said a special three-day
muzzleloading gun season is
set to begin October 23 in
certain areas of Florida. The
statewide general gun season
is scheduled to begin Novem-
ber 14.
"Archers welcome the op-
portunity to have the special
season," Stanberry said. He
added that archers are also
allowed to hunt during the


general gun season in Florida.
During the special archery
season, which began Septem-
ber 19, bow hunters, with
landowners permission, are
allowed to hunt in all areas of
the state except for Broward
County, that portion of Dade


ig mem- Lane; Wewahitchka Elemen-
!Waylon .tary School- Lanita Tounton,
Id; Paul Maybelle Whitley; Port St.
SBoard Joe High School- Virginia
i absent. Campbell, Marion Craig, Carl
der was White; Wewahitchka High
School- Dennis Kizziah, Deb-
lon Gra- bie Thomas, Gary Speights,
meeting Larry Mathes, Betty A.
,ayer by Owens.
by the On motion by Greer, second
by Sewell, the board unani-
ias met mously approved a Coopera-
discuss tive Agreement between Divi-
ie custo- sion of Blind Services and Gulf
e Wewa- County Schools for serving
: Jewel' Visually Handicapped Stu-
Board to dents for the 1981-82 school
msporta- year.
nter the On motion by Whitfield,
ion pro- second by Sewell, the board
unanimously approved Gulf
I, second County's District Procedures
d unani- for Exceptional Students.
approve On motion by Greer, second
st 4 and by Whitfield, the board unani-
mously approved the follow-
n of the ing transportation matters:
"tion by Approved an agreement be-
Sewell, tween the Gulf County School
usly ap- Board and Franklin County
person- School Board whereby the
Gulf County School System
ox as a ovides transportation for a
ka High Franklin County student to
urths of attend school in Bay County;
i 1981-82 Approved a request for trans-
d'Betty prtation inside two-mile limit
tP iil-e for Wendy and David Groos;
flaEl4-'" Approved bus routes in the
fei981-82 Port St. Joe area for the
d Phyllis 1981-82 school year.
onal Stu- On motion by Sewell, second
,ppioved by Greer, the board unani-
[ception- mously approved the follow-
erk; Ap- ing student matters:
I for the Approved the transfer of
me bus Tanya Denise Pippin from
V R.e- Wewahitchka High School to
slver i Port St. Joe High School;
Sammy Approved the transfer of Tim
Simpson Graham, Michael Eugene
mimity Burch from Port St. Joe High
School to Adult School. Ap-
11 on proved a request for Larry
lwin Gilley to take a course at the
t-of-fiel adult school; Approved a'
Year. request that Sonja Van Bemen
mentary be granted early admission to
William Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege.,
SThe board reviewed budgets
S from all cost centers. No
action necessary.
a On motion by Whitfield,
1 second by Sewell, the board
unanimously voted YES that
the bills be paid.
The board reviewed a pro-
gress report on the new
Wewahitchka Elementary
S School facility. The contractor
did not request any rain delay
days for this month.
On motion by Sewell, second
by.Whitfield, the board unani-
k.M. mously approved the Annual
.M... Financial Report for 1981-82
D.M. school year.
'.M. On motion by Sewell, second
by Greer, the board unani-
mously approved the Code of
Conduct .and Handbook for


-County east of Levee 28 and
south of U.S. Highway 41, and
that portion of Palm Beach
County south of State Road 80.
Hunting regulations, includ-
ing bag limits, are available
from all regional offices of the
Commission.


Highland View Elementary
School for the 1981-82 school
year'
On motion by Sewell, second
by Whitfield, the board unani-
mously approved the school
class schedules for Port St..
Joe -Elementary, Highland
View Elementary and Wewa-
hitchka High School. Copies
are on file in the Superinten-
dent's office.
On recommendation of the
Superintendent, motion by
Sewell, second by Whitfield,
the board approved an agree-
ment for Joe Brock for trash
pick-up and removal from
Highland View Elementary
School for the school year
1981-82. This is a ten month
agreement at $75.00 per
month.
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Sewell, the board
unanimously approved to re-
move old tires and tubes and
the following vehicle from the
bus barn: 1971 Ford-' 8
cylinder van- E37GHK407000
The Superintendent pre-
sented the proposed budget for
1981-82. On motion by Sewell,
second by Whitfield, all voted
YES to approve the budget for
advertising a public hearing
on September 25, 1981 at 5:00
PM.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed to meet again on
October 6, 1981 at 9:00 AM.

The Gulf County School
Board met in special session
Friday, September 25, 1981 at
5:00 PM in the Boardroom in
the Courthouse in Port St. Joe.
The following members were
present: Gene Raffield, Chair-
man; Ted Whitfield; Waylon
Graham; Fred Greer. Board
member Sewell was absent.
The Superintendent was pres-
ent.
The Superintendent pre-
sented the proposed budget for
the 1981-82 fiscal year. On
motion by Graham and second
by Whitfield, all voted YES to
approve the tentative budget
as presented.
On motion by Graham and
second by Whitfield, the Board
unanimously approved class
schedules 'for the 1981-82
school year for Wewahitchka
Elementary and Port St. Joe
High School.
On motion by Greer and
seconded -by Graham, the
Board unanimously approved
the following personnel for
extra-compensatory positions
at Port St. Joe High School for
the 1981-82 school year:
Ann Aldridge- Senior Spoi
sor, Cheerleader Sponsor,
Glee Club; James Belin- Vars-
ity Boys Basketttall, Jr. High
Football; Dwaine Fisher- Jr.
High Football, Jr. High Bas-


ketball; Dan Crews- Twelve
month employee; Wayne Tay-
lor, Twelve month employee;
Chris Earley- Wrestling, Prin-
cipal Designee; Rachel Smith-
Girls Basketball, Softball;
Jerry Rich- Jr. High Football,
Senior Sponsor; Daia Shaw'
Maddox- Assistant Football
Coach, Head Baseball Coach;
Martha Sanborn- Cheerleader
Sponsor; Cindy Belin- Assist-
ant Band Director; Wayne
Stevens- Weightlifting, Assist-
ant Football Coach; William
Wood- Track Coach, Jr. High
Football; John Lee Hicks-
Assistant Football Coach, As-
sistant Baseball Coach; Wil-
liam Lane- Assistant Basket-
ball Boys Coach; Clarence
Monette- Jr. Class Sponsor,
Yearbook Sponsor; Minnie
Likely- Jr. Class Sponsor;
Judy Williams- Jr. Class Spon-
sor; Joseph Walker- Jr. Class
Sponsor; Sarah Turner- Sr.
Class Sponsor; Alice Machen-
Sr. Class Sponsor.
The Board discussed a situa-
tion wherein an employee of
the Gulf County Guidance
Clinic who works through
contract with students en-
rolled in the Gulf County
School System was arrested
for possession of marijuana.
On motion by Greer and
second by Whitfield, the Board
unanimously voted to instruct
the Superintendent to void
these contracts if the indivi-
dual concerned is not re-
moved.,.
On motion by Graham and
seconded by Whitfield, the
Board unanimously approved
the following transportation
matters:
Approved a request for
transportation inside two-mile
limit for Kelly Cunningham;
Approved a new bus stop in
the Wewahitchka area, Over-
street route; Approved bus'
routes in the Wewahitchka
area for the 1981-82 school
year; Approved the purchase
of one 65 passenger school bus
for delivery in 1981.
. There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


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wells, 2 spetic tanks, stove, refrig.,'washer, dining set &
dish washer. Price $19,000. Assurrable mortg. pt'h 81.off
of Road 20,


Main Office 648-5777
Cathey P. Hobbs, Associate


PORT ST. JOE. Lovely, well kept home In desirable
neighborhood; 3 bdrms., 2 ba., recently redecorated and
new heat pump & alc Installed. Includes carpet, drapes,
stove, refrlg., landscaped lawn with fenced back yard.
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,ecord-breaking low water levels in the
Apalachicola River have brought barge
traffic to a standstill, sent game fish hiding
and potentially threatens a.forced shbt-
dwn oft the Gulf Power generating plant
near here
U.S. Army Corp of Engineer officials say
levels along the waterway-are lower than
ever recorded and may sta that way for
to td.hree months.'.
The .tailwater at Jim Woodruff Dam
measured 41.00 feet above sea level
Friday. River iuthoritiles said the river's
channel is about 5% feet in depth.
Ed Burkett, chief of Reservoir Control at
thefCorp's Mobile, Ala. office, said the
problem has' been/'caused by severe


drought conditions throughout the south-
eastern United States.
Addie Summers, executive director for
the Tri-River Waterway Development
Association in Dothan, Ala. said Thursday
that the last towboat attempting to
navigate the river stopped operating late
last week when it ran aground on rocks
near Blountstown.
Other, bigger. boats had stopped using
the river weeks before, Summers said.
Jackson County Port Director Homer
Hirt said he has not had a barge towed to
or from his facility in more than three
months.
The Sneads Port primarily serves as a
transfer point for fertilizer manufactured


by Mississippi Chemical Corp. Barges
bring bulk fertilizer to Sneads for storage
and trucks later transport it to area
farmers and dealers.
The halt in barge traffic has put
fertilizer stocks at Hirt's facility some
13,000 tons lower than they were last year.
Summers said that other companies
served by barges have also been hard hit
and estimates that losses may exceed $1
million dollars before river conditions
improve. She said, however, that the Corps
earlier this year predicted low water
levels and that many users stored up on
supplies before the waterway became
unnavigable.
Sport fishing too has suffered from


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P u.. w:lio n of this notice, the fictitious name. to- Will travel to Dothan, Ala. to
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Siotices

& .... FICTITIOUS NAME
N' Notice I hereby given that pursuant to
Section '.86509, Florida Statutues, the
I -"underslgnei',persons I'tend to, register
I-' wtit the Clark of the Circuit Court, Gulf
C,"ounty, Florida;, four weeks after the first
'publiption dof this notlce.-the fictitious
'. ,lameor- ride name under which they will
b'e. engaged in.buslnes s and In whichsaid
as l is to bb carried on. to-w1tl:
MING ROSE GIFT SHOP
j7 ',.607 Madison Street I
Port St Joe: Florida 32456
Owner: Margaret Harper
".'/ ,.T ;. .' r' 4110-1

".'" ..,.BIDpNO.WWP146-A
S The Cty'of Port St. Joe, Florida, re-
queits bidas lot r one (1) Palinting of Port St.
oeWaestewater Treatment Plant
SDewatrlihg Building. Specifications may
le obtalned'lrom the City Clerk's Offlice.
A ,' .i x0 'O..x'A, Port St. Joe. Florida' Bid
v-.'p. 'opening will be 'held :'at" the" regdlq'r
I in-,'gmeln of the"'Clty Comriissidn o5r'Oc-
r20:1981.
OF PORT ST. JOE
t.fAPi 5 iFarris. City Auditor/Clerk
~~2 "" 101 &10-15

"e.'." ""- BIDNO.WWP14F
The ity 01 ort St Joe Florida. re-
'.'quests bids for a Zurn Incineralor
Sytem. Specillcatlons may be obtained
C-ir'thk'C fClektOffice.P.;O Box A
S* St.'Joe, Flrid' Bid opening will be
1i' 'hetl'"at the.regular meeting" of the City
.- mijiasion'on' October 20..1981
CITY OF.PORT ST. JOE
Il A Farrie. City Auditor/Clerk *
2t'104-& 10-15
.T y .
.. BIDiNO.266A' I. N .
The City of Port St.Joe requests bids
lm .',^ onone.(1) PH METER equal 'to or ex
c dng those specifications of the
I- N. Model No.-407A/F-Spebltfcatlons
r' y .,may be obtained trom the Cil ClerIk's Of-
i~ce, P.'O.Bx A, Prt SI 'Joe: FISrida Bid
b a: opnling'willlbe held October 20. 1981, at
i' .thrliguiar'meeting of the City Corimis-

l'on..
-t, ClTY OF'PORT ST. JOE
';';A,:/'L' Fa arrisCityAuditor and Clerk
'1-i'.' i~ 2t 10- & 10-15
'BID NO. 268
h', T- City of'Port St Jbe : Florida. re-
-l.'quesls'bld, for one (1) Water'and Sewer
c c k. Specilcatlons may be obtained
Sro~ itct i-'Clerks' Office. P 'O.Box A.
'' -~rt'Si'Je, 'Florida'id opening will be
.liE ld! Otober 2,1,981."at the regular'City
a'Copr'ailaolmeeting.
PORT'ST. JOE
A--; I 'Farrls. Clly AuditorlGlerk
11 .'" 7 ;, 21110-1.& 10-15
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAM
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN iat .pur-
'auant to Florida',.Statutes 865.09. the
''undersigned persons',lntend to register
'.'h the'Clerk of the'Circull Court, Bay
countyty Florida. four weeks after the first
11'' l bllcation ol 'this Notice, the fictitious
name or Irade name under which they ,yill
"f beT'egaqgd; in business, and in which
I ad bualneiss-ls to be carried on. iolwll.
S'4 RUSTIC SANDS RESORT
.. .-. CAMPGROUND
., Box 131486(15thSt).
Meaxco Beach. FL 32410
,. ,. Owners: James D. Mahler and
S, :', JaneMahler'. '4tc9-24

""M' 'r : "'FICTITIOUS NAME
i"'" -Notlce Ii hreby given that pursuant fo
-ectlon.6509' Florida Slatules., the
,'. ". ounldrrsignd pe redrs Intend to register
wit. h theClerkof.the Circuit Court: Gul
'V'._.\, Cb'uny,-Florida, four weeks'alter the first
"' -i -' -" bllcailon ot'hls notice, fha fictitious
''. name or.trade name under which they will
'. e engaged in business end in which said
'.4-; *'bu'slness Is to be carried on, to-wit'
..,,;'.,' -' THESEWINGROOM
.-.'7 .4 '- "' 41uAReid Avenue
f";' t. .'r".- r'P.O;Box35 '
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
;H P" Mary H. PollockOwner
S. ', .,t "'4 '. 9 4 .24
'4;,,' IN T-HE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
;.,,, -, E:'. The Marriage of
S, AVID C. KENNEDY.
'Husband Petitioner.
and "',
-' .SHEREE L KENNEDY,
,-;.' Wife -'Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
''. TO'.:,- SHEREE L KENNEDY
Y". .. ADDRESS UNKNOWN
S YOU-'ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage half
biabn'.flied against you and,that Petition
S seeks to'dlssolve your marriage to Pell-
S,, tlofier. You are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, It any, to the Petl-
lin on Mr. Fred N: Witten. Attorney at
L'a:: ..' I. P, 0. Box 447, Port St. Joe; Florida
., 3248 or Mr.'Fred N. Witen, Attorney al
: Law, 8. Long..Avenue; Port St. Joe,
Florida 32456,.ind file.the original with
the Clerk'of thll Court either before 'ser.
S la' e on',.Peitloner's Attorney or Im.
S' dlal'y thereafter, on or before Oc.
tober. 1981, otherwise a default will be
entered' against you for the relief sought
DATED this 24th day of September,
Sf 1i. '., .. '
Is/Tonya Allen,.
S- Depty Clerk
'" I.I oqrable Jerry Gates,
,fCiroault Clerk 419-24
'..' '" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
'Notice lI hereby given that the under
: 'signed, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name
.t tute, belng Section 865.09, Florld.
... "Statutas, will register with the Clerk o
S t' he Ciroult Court In and for Gulf County


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under whion thle undersign
In business In the City of V
.'The parties interested
named business are
SOUTHERN CALIFORNI
INC. General PAr
GENSTAR PACIFIC FI
CORP.. Limited Pi
Dated ai Montvale, New
5th day of August, 1981
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA F
INC as General Pdrtner
B9' William F. Decey, Pres


ied is engaged
Wewahltcnka
In tne above-
A FUNDING.
rtner
NANCIAL
innei
w Jersey, Inis
FUNDING.
Ident
4tc 10-8


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage oat
F GERALD SEXTON. Husband.
AndRespondnt .
WILL LESTER SEXTON, Wife,
SPetitioner '
S NOTICE OF SUIT
TO- F. Gerald Sexton
202.Butler Street
". Spring Hill'Louuisiana 71075
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Inat a'
Petllion'tor Dissolution o Marriage nas
been tiled against you This litigation In-
volves feal propertyry in' Gull .County.
.Floridac described as' -
Comrmence at the NE corer of the
NWV/.fli the SWA.ol Sect. 31. T4S,
R9W. aitd rin Soulh 210 feet: thence
run West 210 feet: thence run North
210 feet. thence'run East 210 feet to
t Ihe Point bT.'Beginninrg.'-AND Loi.2;
SBlock "8.. aCorrective Reslal. Twin
.Lakes Subdivision Unll No 1. accord
SIng loan oflcial plisthereolon illsin
t- he:Ottice of the. Clerk ot Circuit
Court. Gult County, Florida. AND Lot
4, and the East 25 feet o Lot 3, Block
4, Unit No. 1. 'o1' Idlewood Park
Subdivision. '
You are'required to serve a copy of your
Answer or other response to the Petition
on. Petitioner's Attorney. '
ROBERT M MOORE. ESO ,
S PO.Box248
Port St Joe. Florids 32456
and file the original thereof in the Circuit
Court Clerk's Otffice, Gull County Cour-
thouse.; Pot St -Joe,.Florida. 32456, on or
before the November'5, 1981 II you fall to
do so., a Final Judgment for ,the' relief
sought may be granted by Defaul.
SDATED this tlleSth day oat October.
1981;
JERRY GATES.
Clerk atof Circuit Court
By. '/s/Tonya.D Alien.Deputy Clerk
4 10.8
NOTICE OF INTENT TO
EXCHANGE PUBLIC PROPERTY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Board of County Comissiloners of Gulf
County, Florida, at'its regular meeting on
October 27, 1981, at 7:00 P.M.. ES T, in
the County Commissioners Meeting
Room in Gulf County Courtho'use. Port St
Joe, Florida, will consider th'eadvisabllily
of'exchanging, by Ouil-Claim Deed. the
following described lanas.,now owned by
Gull County. Floriaa .
Commence at the SW corner at SE'.
of Section 11. T7S. R10W, and run
East along s-ection line 2355.40 feel
" r 'POINT OF BEGINNING. thence
Continue East 300 leel; thence Nortn
400 feet: thence West 300 feet:
thence South 400 feet to the polnt 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 coiner
of the Southeasit Quarter of the
Southeast Quarter alSection 10, T7S,
R10W.' for the POINT OF BEGINN-
'ING; from this point'ot beginning ex
tend a line West along the Quarter
Section line for 281 5 feet thence
North 4256 fM'it. thence East 281.5
feet lo the Section line. thence Sbuth
along the Section'line 425.6 leel to
the point of beginning. containing
2 75 acres, more or less.
SI the 'Board determines at the said
meeting that it Is In'the best Interests of
the'oublic. then It will duly adopt a resolu-
tion and execute the necessary In-
truments to effectuate said-exchiange.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By: s/at James L Tankersley.
Chairman
Attest, Is Jerry Gates. Clerk

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.
Plaintift.
JOHN D. GAINOUS AND WIFE
CAROLYN A. GAINOUS,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
Notice sl hereby g[ven. pursuant to a
SFinal Judgement of Foreclosure oaled
the let day of October. 1981. and entered
In'Case No. 81-159 of the Circuit Court.
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, in and for
Gulf County. Florida, In the above-styled
cause, that I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the North door of
' the Gull County Courthouse. In Port St.
I Joe, Florida, at 11:00 a.m.. EST on the
16th day'of November. 1981. the following
S described property In Gulf County.
Floridi, as set forth in said Final Judg.
ment:
Lots ten (10) and eleven (11). Block
three (3), Riah addition to the City of
Wewahitchka. according to the of-
flclal plat thereof on file in the Office
of the Clerk of Circuit Court. Gulf
County, Florida.
DATED this 5th day of October. 1981.
a JERRY GATES.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: Isi Tonya Allen, Deputy Clerk
41108..


of "Miss National Peanut
Festival".
Krissy is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W.
Dickson of Greenwood, and is
a senior At Malone" High
School. -
Krissy will spend four days
and nights at.the Ramada Inn
with all the other contestant'.
Events i,. which 'the girls
will compete include: swim
suit and Sunday attire;' verbal
commuiication;'and ev enin
gowns.. First place winnert
will be announced ini esch
category and seial awards
wills le presented at thje
Pageant :on 'Satiurday nigt.
Last '.yei' .over '.$20,000;'1in.
prizes were awarded'as-'well.
as eight full college scholar-
ships.. '
The Dicksons spend their
summers and weekends' at
Beacon Hill. Krissy is their
second daughter to be a
contestant at the National
Peanut Festival'. Kiissy's
older sister,,Kathy, was a 1979
contestant:
The pageant will be tele-
vised on Channel 4i Dothan,bn
Saturday ight. .
Krissy would like to extend
an invitation to her many
friend hi the beach area to
come and support her on
Thursday and Saturdaynight
at the Civic Ceniter'.


GCCC Offers


Business

Workshop
A fre two evening 'work-
shop for new business owners
and people planning to start a
business is being offered .by
The University of West Flbri-
da's Small Business Develop-
ment. Center and-Gulf Coast
Community College on Octo-
ber 21 and 22 from 6:30 to 9:30
p.m: It is called., 'How 'to
Prepare A Financial Plan."
During the two sessions, the
instructor, Fred Fishback will
use .a sample small manu-
facturing firm which must
either go.: out of- business or
grow, to demonstrate thfi
process of setting'goals, fore-
castig profits':-and preparing
a cash flow forecast. -The
copcept of breaklieven analy'-
sis will be used and a realistic
evaluation will be made of the
projections.
Students will perform in-
class exercises and will be
given time to ask questions.
The end result will be com-
plete financial plan for the
sample' business that can be
used as a guide by students in
developing financial plans for
their own businesses..
The free program is cospon-
sored by The Small Business
Administration. It will be held
in Room 220 of the Learning
Resource Center at Gulf Coast
Community College. To pre-
register please call 769-1551,
Ext. 264.

Kids Krusade

At Highland

View Oct. 18-22
There will be a Kids Kru-
sade at the Highland View
Church of God, starting Sun.,
October 18 through Thursday,
October 22, at 7 p.m. each
night. Wilbur and Grace
Thrush will be the evangelists.
There will be a good'timne for
all ages. God's word will be
taught by puppets, pictures,
and. many other interesting
ways. Come be with us.
Everyone is welcome.


KRISSY DICKSON


current river conditions, says Forrest
Ware, Fisheries Research bureau chief for
the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis-
sion. Ware said that game fish tend to
gravitate to cooler, shadier spots when the
water is low and anglers are -suddenly
faced with an abundance of trash fish.
Meanwhile, Gulf Power officials are
keeping an eye on the river's level since.
river water is used to cool generators at
the Sneads plant.
Should the river level sink lower, water
pumps used in the cooling process could be
left high and dry.
This would necessitate a shut down, said
plant manager Bill Lyford.
Lyford said he doubted such a shutdown
would be necessary.


The small metal hoop
that supports a lampshade
is known as a "harp."


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