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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 29, 1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 9


THE STAR

Industry Deep Water Port Fine People Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1981


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A small delegation from
White City appeared before
the County Commission Tues-
day night, offering a petition
requesting the Commission to
drop any future action toward
securing a water system for
White City.
The petition contained about
140 names and was presented
to the Board by Eric Ham-
mond wh6 said he contacted
all residents of White City
about the matter.
Both Hammond and George
Harper stated, "Only a small
number of people in White
City want the water system".
They made a request that any
further expenditures on the
system be curtailed and the
matter dropped.

Commissioner Branch told
the delegation, "The only
reason we got into this matter
in the first place was because
we had requests to do so".
Branch went on to explain that
as matters now stand, resi-
S. dents of White City would have
the opportunity to vote on
whether or not they want the
system if and when FHA
should approve a loan for the
system.
Attorney William J. Rish
observed, "I doubt very much
if FHA will even grantthe loan
with all the controversy which
has developed over the mat-.
ter". .
WHITE CITY STREET,
Ralph Shoemaker, speaking
i for members. of the Sealey
family asked the Board why
They had not yet designated
Wimico Street in White City as
Sealey Street as they agreed
to do in April of this year.


Shoemaker and other mem-
bers of the family seemed to
be disturbed because the
Commission had agreed to the
name change and had taken
no further action.
Commissioner James Tank-
ersley said, "I thought the
matter was in the process and
the signs ordered for the
street".


County Endorses River Bill



Want Lower River Included In State Plans


The Gulf County Commission endorsed
the "Save Our Rivers" bill of the State of
Florida, calling on the state to use a portion of
the $39 million bankroll of the movement to
purchase two Gulf County tracts along the
lower Apalachicola River basin.
The County has involved the Apalachee
Planning Council in their quest for the
purchase of the river wetlands, to preserve
them as a water conservation and sports-
man's area.
Unanimously agreeing to the endorse-
ment of a resolution in support of the "Save
Our Rivers" bill and support of the purchase
of the wetlands in the Apalachicola River
basin, the Commission made a formal request


of the State of Florida to utilize Chapter 81.33,
Laws of Florida, to purchase lands now
owned by MK Ranch along the Chipola and
Apalachicola Rivers and "environmentally
endangered lands" owned by Southwest
Forest Industries, Inc., along the Apalachi-
cola.
The Commission seemed to be concerned
mostly with that portion of the Apalachicola
Basin which lies south of Cut-off Island, which
'has been the subject of many conservation
discussions during the past 10 years. A
portion of the basin, in the vicinity of
Apalachicola, has already been purchased
by the State as a protective measure.,
Gulf County's Commission termed the
MK Ranch property as the "highest priority


for purchase". The Southwest Forest Indus-
tries property was designated as "second
highest priority" but pointed out there was
plenty of land along this stretch of the river
which could be purchased in a protective and
conservation measure.
Having experienced such a purchase
before in which the State of Florida
attempted to fence in a river front purchase,
the Commission asked in their resolution that
the property be used for recreational
purposes "which are not inconsistent with a
management plan which restores and pro-
tects their natural state and condition in an
environmentally acceptable manner".
The resolution went on to say, "Gulf


County can
guarantees p
hunting, fish
purposes".
Commiss
to include in
would only s
protect water
would oppose
property to
river. The C
ham's philos(
rejected the ii
in their resolu
thing from the
barge traffic
remarked.


only support a program which
public access to these lands for6
hing and other recreational
ioner Doug Birmingham wanted
the resolution that the county "'
support measures which would
r quality and conservation and r'
any move to use the purchased '.
enhance barge traffic on .the '.,.
commission accepted Birming-.
ophy concerning the river, but '
dea of placing such a restriction
ition. "We want support for this -
ose people who are interested in
", one of the Commissioners '.


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to meet state requirements by '.
ars are the answer to finding a 'I .
d meet state specifications.
s, said the first of the Swacars
two or three weeks at the Oak-
he underground burial system ..
ndfill a month converted until
Pitts said. -Star photo




Battle

ed that the Appraiser would- '?
hire a new employee before .
they had approved of her
budget.
Williams agreed to reduce'
her budget to $91,000, whie f
was still considerably above" .
the target set by the Comnuis-
sion. The Commission's five ,
percent increase, along with a
$2,500 salary increase the
state had mandated for Wil-
liams would bring her new
budget to $84,871.25 under
county guidelines.
Williams said she would go -
back into her office and ti. .
and cut some more, and after -
about 30 minutes came back
with a reduction offer to-
$88,750, stating, "That's the
bottom line. I can't get by with
any less than that".


The Commission decided to
continue pushing for a budget
which would meet their guide-
lines. Williams, however, took
another turn early Wednesday
morning and decided to go to
the State with her $93,000
budget request and let the
County oppose it if they wish..


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All taxing authorities in Gulf
County will present their
village rates in public hear-
ings next week, in order to
allow for any objections from
the public over the new rates.
The public meetings are
designed to explain tax levies
to anyone who may wish to
attend. The hearings will not
consider property valuations.
Property value problems
must be taken directly to the
Property Appraiser.
The County Commission will
be the first to present its
new mileage rate on Monday,
November 2, at 7:00 p.m., in
.the ,Gulf-County .Courthouse,
The County will pi-esent ..a.
village rate of '6.919, a reduc-
tion from last year's rate of
7.316.
The County will also present
the Fire District village rates
on Monday. The Overstreet
Fire Control District is going
down from .50 last year to .24
this year. St. Joe Fire Control
District will have its rate
hiked from .14 last year to .3
this year. Howard Creek dis-
trict will go down from .25 last
year to .23 this year. The
Tupelo District will be hiked
from .05 to .3 for the coming
year.
-The Gulf County School


Commissioner Branch said
the Commissions had received
some objections to the new
street name and had delayed
the matter due to this cause.
Shoemaker then suggested
that if the matter had opposi-
tion, then the Commission
should rescind their April
action and start all over again.
"Set up a public hearing and


New Kiwanis Officers
Kiwanis District Governor David Sims of Bonifay
installed the new officers of the Port St. Joe Kiwanis
Club Tuesday at the noon meeting of the club. Sims installed


Board will present its taxing
rate on Tuesday, November 3
at 5:00 p.m., in their meeting
room at the Courthouse.' The
School Board rate will go
down from 7.987 last year to
6.982 for the coming tax year.
The City of Port St. Joe is on
the hearing agenda for !Fri-
day, November 6 at 5:00 p.m.
in the City Hall. Port St. Jde is
dropping its mill rate from
5.2706 last year to 4.56 for the
coming tax year. .
The City of Wewahitchka
has set its hearing for Thurs-
day, November 5 at 6:00 p.m.,
CST in the WewahitFhk4aCy
Hal..Their rateapt yeaE.ia
*2r.94. 'he pew millage levy ll'
be 3.051. ,

Juvenile Caught


basiC lle* been declared as not adequate
InvadingHome ar e Cors Arr e theStateofFlorida. The Swac
A juvenile was apprehended e rs A rrive new burial site which would
by City Police Tuesday mor- Gulf County's new garbage collection wagons were Landfill director, Tommy Pitt
ning after he had entered the received this week and, will be put into action in a few weeks will be put into action in about
home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter at the present garbage land-fill sites. The new Swacars will Grove landfill site, replacing t
Wilder on 16th Street. The be used for garbage collection and then will be towed to a there. "We'll get about one lai
juvenile was found inside the central land-fill site for burial. The present sites have all all four are using the swacars"


home by police,;after they had
been alerted by neighbors who
had seen the young boy enter
the home. He has been turned
over to juvenile authorities.


let these objections come here
before this Commission",
Shoemaker suggested.
After considerable discus-
sion, Branch then moved and
received a unanimous vote of
approval to carry out Shoe-
maker's suggestion, setting
the hearing for the next
meeting, Tuesday, November
10.


Board, Appraiser, I


The Gulf County Commis-
sion and Property Appraiser,
Joyce Williams, will go into
litigation over her budget
operating request. Mrs. Wil-
liams will appeal to the State
of Florida Department of
Revenue for the amount she
has requested, and the Board
will oppose the appeal.
* The Gulf County Commis-
sion held their ground Tues-
day night in insisting that
Property Appraiser Joyce


Al Ray, Secretary-Treasurer; Buddy Renfro, President and
Ed McCain, Vice-President, shown left to right in the photo
above. Also installed were Eldon Miller and George Duren as
Directors. The new officers have taken over their duties this
month. Eldon Miller is the retiring president of the club.
-Star photo


Williams. maintain no more
than a five percent increase
over her last year's budget, or
they would appeal her budget
request to the State Depart-
ment of Revenue.
Williams made her first
appearance before the Com-
mission Tuesday night, agree-
ing to a $3,000 reduction in her
budget, after she had pre-
viously agreed to a $2,000
reduction. Williams said she
needed the money to hire
another clerk in her office,
which the Commission
thought she didn't need.
Williams had originally sent
the Commission a letter, stat-
ing she wanted a budget of
$93,000, $15,000 more than the
previous year and $45,000
more than the office spent two
years ago. In her letter,
Williams said she wasn't
going to haggle with the
Commission over her budget
this year. She stated she
needed the $93,000 and if the
Board didn't fund it, she would
go directly to the State De-
partment of Revenue to enlist
their help in seeing that they
did.
The Commission took the
dare and filed an appeal with
the DOR, outlining reasons
why the request was too high.
That action brought Wil-
liams to the Commission
meeting Tuesday night to
defend her budget, which she
was not successful in doing.
Commissioner Doug Bir-
mingham said, "You may feel
you need this much money to
operate and you may to
operate in the manner you
want to, but there are people
out there who have to pay for
this budget who have way
more than they can pay for
now in grocery bills and light
bills." Birmingham said gov-


ernment needed to be respon-
sive to the people's needs and
their biggest need right now
was a little relief from having
to come up with so much
money to get by on.

Commissioner Billy
Branch told Williams, "You
may need another employee,
but I don't think the county
can afford it right now. I feel
you need to hold your salary
increases to the same we are
offering." Branch noted that
Williams had been saying she
didn't levy taxes, and that
blame fell on the shoulders of
the Commission. Branch said,
"There is no way we can roll
back taxes with budget re-
quests such as yours before
this board."
Williams stated she had
already hired a new employee
as of October 1, when the State
DOR had sent her approval of
her budget and if the Commlis-
sion insisted in only a five
percent increase for her of-
fice, she would have to ter-
minate the new employee. The
Commission seemed surpris-


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Millage Hearings of .


Taxing Authorities 4 4


Set for Next Week .


Sfor the Little Goblins

S-Ghouls and goblins such as this one will be all over the
comniunity'on Saturday night, trick or treating anybody
they can 'find. On their "night out", children will be
covering the city streets in their quests for treats, so.that
poses a danger for those who must get in their automobile
to go anywhere on Saturday night.
With the little kids on the streets and their parents'
automobiles parked'on the side of the road waiting on the
little ones, driving will be a hazard, especially for the little
on on foot.
Port St. Joe's Police Department and the Gulf County
Sheriff's Department urge everyone to take special care
while driving Saturday night. -Star photo


Petition Cuts Off White City Water


A Sample of Rain


After Six Weeks
Showers late Sunday afternoon and Monday broke a
si-week dry spell for Port St. Joe, dumping one and a
tenth inches of rain on the City.
Records kept by Mrs. Emily Simmons show that it
was September 16 when Port St. Joe hat its last
measurable rainfall and it was barely measureable then.
The rains Sunday and Monday were a welcome event
for.the parched lawns in the area. The only problem was
that it still wasn't enough to quench the drought which has
plagued the Panhandle area since the early part of the
year.


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REPRINTED FROM welfare recipe
.:.-':.THE WALL STREET JOURNAL workers than
n 1906, the muckraking -journalist contracts for th
,- aivid Graham Phillips wrote a maga- There is the ho
Szme series on the way leading U.S. resents builder
5"eators served the bidding of corpor-
m interests. He gave his articles the
collective title "The Treason of the
-Senate." Exaggerated .as the charge
Might have been, it is no less appro-
priate now for a Congress that has let
'spending run out of hand, relied on un-
legislated tax increases and phony
~.bookkeeping for any semblance of
lget balance, driven the nation's
largest trust fund to the verge of bank-
raptcy, and, when confronted with a
lI ~aional mandate to change its ways,
flbrown up its hands at the "political
Sifficulty" of reform. rent subsidies
The "political difficulty" is that of putting up
S Senators and Representatives are just apartment hou
as-subservient now as in 1906 to the are myriads [
bidding of special interests. These in- men men may
terests masquerade under humanitar- interests have
ian labels, but they are even more living on one
harmful to the public good than the item n health,
trusts and corporations belabored by vice, and north
the Progressive movement. There is gies as much a
A the lobby for job training programs, Congress from
which is less concerned with turning Washington



THE STA


Wesley R. Ranmey ........... Edit.
1 William H. Ramsey P
F., F enche L Rmann ................
Shirloy K. nnmsey ................


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pients into productive
with protecting federal
ie job training industry.
using lobby, which rep-
s so addictedto federal


?.Editorials and Opinions





SWinds Blow Ill



Sfor Graham

If the direction of the wind keeps following of his candidacy from the
'^..bowing in the direction it was in League. It isn't there.
O.%',,0rlando this past week end, Gover- League members seemed to be
nor Bob Graham will have a hard incensed that Governor Graham
^ battletl e of it to gain a second term as appears to be more interested in
,;,,governor of the State of Florida. what his next. "work day" will be
A..^- Reubin Askew was the first than he is in the welfare of the state
,-.governor to get the opportunity to of Florida and its cities in particu-
'.rve this state as governor for two lar.
successiveie terms, and he did it Hardly any of the representa-
,without any strain at all. tives to the convention felt kindly
With Governor Graham, it ap- toward the governor because of the
-pears to be a different story. eroding position of the cities and the
Last week end, this writer continual growth of state power in
attended the annual convention of local matters.
.,the Florida League of Cities in -The propensity of the governor
Orlando. Each time the name of toward requiring more and more of
P Governor Graham was mentioned in the cities and counties, while
public addresses or seminars, the removing more and more of their
audiencen, made up of city officials revenue sources each and every
S-'from all ovei the State of Florida, y and io the meanwhile search-
Ictl in a manner quite i -favor-- ing new and more numerous ways of
Sableto Governor Graham. As a increasing state revenues through
ftter of fact, the reaction was additional taxes didn't seem to sit.
al.J-inost hostile, too well with the members of local
It surprised us. Like the Legisla- government throughout the state.
SItsurprisedeus. Like theLegisla- It's going to become more
Sure itself, the League of Cities is interesting as election time rolls
de up of a majority of members nearer next year to see just what
1"the'larger cities, particularly .'li app. in the race for the
lTe central and south Florida cities. governor's chair, particularly if a
Since Governor Graham is from strong caiididatecoines' out in
Miami, we would expect a 'strong oppitid tb' ernbr Graham.
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Ballot Box Re ution
S .It was ironic that Rev. Adolph column as a solution to the several
edsole should have written ; his problems he nieritioned, but he went
columnn. "Watching. the World Go o laisay a "rievolition at the ballot
y, last week.on the subject which box", ,which is xthe only answer
e chose to. The Wall Street Journal Americans would dream of perpet-
S.deme out .with ~ai ost an 'identical uatiig in our iiation. .
^^^^pject' jusi a fewdays ago, which ... .
ect,, y g-o W Every votinglay is a revolution
!have re-printed in our personal Every vtin a is a revolution
,if'umin space below. The Journal in this nation. When the.voters vote
Spoke on the way the. f.depl .o a candidate who has een
government through its bureau "srving.them, because they d"r'6t
Sg'racy' and with the tacit approval of agreewt is method of service, the
n' gress had allowed these United voters have revolted. That's revolu-
,States to evolve into a situation tion.:
which almost hogties the people of The one thing which makes this
t4he nation. nation great and able to right its
|';., rRev. Bedsole called it "Slavery" wrongs is its opportunity for going to
", our nation today. The Journal the ballot box to make its citizens
Ealled it "The Treason of Congress" heard, rather than taking up arms.
I'.a"which the hired bureaucrats, who. Since we have the ballot available,
'ae not answerable to the voters, are we have no need for taking up arms.
allowed by Congress to make riles In other nations this situation
W whichh are making a shambles of our doesn't exist. It's either take up
-nation. arms or keep on putting up with
1 Some of the letters received on what they don't like.
,Rev. .Bedsole's column, and printed we agree, with what 'Rev.
on this page this week, take the view Bedsole wrote. If one doesn't believe
that Rev. Bedsole didn't know what what Rev. Bedsole was saying about
he was talking about in his column, his several points, then one has proof
The good Reverend might have if he will read the newspapers, the
; been a little harsh when he suggest- news magazines or watch the news
k ed revolution at the bottom of his on TV. These conditions do exist.




Journal Recalls 1906 Mag
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Sheriff Arrests Arson Suspect


Gulf County Sheriff Ken
Murphy said Tuesday his
department has arrested one


suspect in the suspected arson
fire which damaged Linton
HEidware Company in We-


Revival Starts Sun.

At First Baptist


Revival Services will be
held at First Baptist Church,
beginning November 1
through November 6. '
'" Mbynihg services will be1
at 7:00-7:30 A.M., with evegi'
ing services at 7:30 each night.
Dr. Howard Aultman, a
native of south Mississippi,
has served a total of 38 years
in four churches. He also has
served as Vice-President of
the 'Southern Baptist Conven-
tion and trustee of Mississippi
College and Louisville-Baptist
Seminary. He was educated at
Mississippi College, Duke .Uni-
versity and New Orleans
Baptist Seminary.
Dr. Aultman has been a
pioneer in church evangelism.
He started one of the first bus
ministries' in the nation, and
served as one of the first
outreach directors in a local
church in Alabama.
He is affectionately known
as "Preacher Aultman" by
many who know and love him.
Dr. Aultman is a dynamic
evangelistic preacher who


?dearly loves people.
M ark Donnell will be lead-
ing the music. Mark has just
recnty.cqome to Long Avenue
BabtChurch as Minister of
Musie" and Youth from 'New
Orleans where he graduated
from New Orleans Seminary.
Everyone is invited to at-
tend. Donuts and coffee will be
served after the morning
service.


Dr. Howard Aultman


wahitchka recently. Murphy
said Willie Lee Jones of
Wewahitchka has.been ar-
rested and charged with set-
ting the fire which damaged
the Wewahitchka business
about a month ago.
Murphy said, "We also have
a warrant for the same case
outstanding against 'Eddie
Porter, but we can't find him.
He has skipped the country".
Murphy said he has assign-
ed two of his men to work with
state investigators to inves-,
tigate another case of sus-
pected arson the Wewa-
hitchka area which struck five
area structures just after
midnight Sunday.
The five structures were
located at Cypress Lodge,
where the home of the lodge
owfiers and four other dwel-
lings were damaged by fire.
Murphy said this makes
four suspected arson cases in
the Wewahitchka area in
recent weeks.
Murphy said his department
is investigating the burning of
Dave's Bar and a mobile home
across from the bar early this
year, the burning of the
cabana at Beacon Hill, the
Linton Hardware fire and now
the Cypress Lodge blaze.
The Sheriff said there are
several investigators at work


azine Series On "The


these campaigns. In a group, Con-
gressmen make all the appropriate
noises about fiscal responsibility, but
each one knows in his heart that his
political future is best served by


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that they can't conceive
p a moderate-income
se without them. There
more. The motives and
y be worthy, but these
all come to depend for a
or another federal line
, welfare or social ser-
ing arouses their ener-
as a campaign to keep
cutting their program.
n is all too receptive to


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staking a claim to a well-heeled,
well-organized programm constituency,'
The arrangement is all the tighter if. the
Congressman holds rank on a subcom-
mittee that controls the program's
funding. In the Executive Branch, 'the
bureaucrats who work on that pro-
gram have an obvious interest in seeing
it grow. And so, with the private
industry that springs up around each
program, you have the famous "iron
triangles" which, until this year, have


been the downfall of every attempt to
control the budget. President Reagan's
massive budget assault earlier this
year threw the interests in momentary
disarray; now they have regrouped and











one hears on every side how hard it will
be to make further cuts.
But the problem goes beyond
structures. Congress lives in an isolat-
ed, self-indulgent universe, oblivious to
the way its rhetoric translates into the
real world., House Majority leader Jim
Wright presents budget cuts as an
assault on women, children and the
helpless without pausing to glance at
the mound of evidence that federal so-


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on the cases in addition to the
Sheriff's investigators.'
The Sunday fire destroyed
one house, gutted two' others
and damaged a fourth. All
were owned by Juanita Dill


and her son Jasper Burton.
The fifth house was owned by
a Georgia woman.
Burton discovered the fire
after arriving home around
midnight.


LETTERS...

Churches Treated Well


Dear Sir:
I read with interest the
negative editorial letter by the
Rev. Adolph Bedsole of the,
First Baptist Church in Wewa-
hitchka.
I would like to remind our
dear Baptist brother that the
masters in this country treat
the churches very well, allow-'
ing them to buy property,
land, and stocks and bonds in
any companies they wish
(including loan and beer com-
panies) all tax free.


Of all the organizations in
the western world, it is
obvious that the churches
, have less -to squawk -about
than any other.
I think that Brother Bedsole
(I almost typed "Bedsore")
should consider what the
Roman Catholic Christophers
teach- "Better to light one
candle than to curse the
darkness!"
Yours sincerely,
(Mrs.) Marjorie Parker


Dear Mr. Ramsey:
Read SLAVERY IS STILL
REAL IN AMERICA by Rev.
Adolph Bedsole in October 22's
issue of the STAR. The story
appeared to me as revolu-
tionary. It calls for liberation
against the masters in the U.S.
Government.
In Egypt, religious leaders
are arrested as the editorial
states in the next column. The


Treason of the

cial programs have bettered mainly the real
their administrators and contractors Pam
and have often done harm to the people by aides
they were intended to help. Senators of contemi
both parties murmur that tax cuts have come ad
been overdone, even though the Presi- with hi
dent's program does little more than Campaig
compensate for the "bracket creep" protect
caused by inflation. For members of become
Congress, Social Security remains an budget c
abstract problem interesting only for folks ba
its short-term politics, since they pay winning
no Social Security taxes and don't have point tha
to worry whether any of this consider- Congres
able bite on the payroll will be around corrupt
for their retirement in the next century.
Congress is one of the main victims The
of the elephantiasis that infects the inflation
federal government. As committees cured in
and programs have proliferated, staff the agon
members have taken over much of the rates. E
legislative detail. As employes of interest]
Congress have multiplied, it has been currency
spreading its increasingly bloated Congres
buildings over Capitol Hill, threaten- about to
ing to expropriate space from the "politics
Library of Congress and even the Su- control, i
preme Court. This antheap of legisla- postpone
tive aides and committee staff-the allow inf
legogracy, as some call it-is even surreptit
more divorced than the members from old ways


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


only crime for many is being
Islamic fundamentalists.
Our fore fathers decreed
separation of church ard
state. Churches do not pay
taxes and have other privi-
leges.
Rev., Bedsole, please con-
fine your rhetoric to non-
revolutionary matters.
Clyde R. Branson


Senate"

world back home.
ipered, privileged, surrounded
s who regard him with servile
pt, your Congressman has be-
lept at confusing the public good
s own interest and interests.
gn reforms become a means for
ng incumbents. Budget outlays
a mutual aid arrangement with
constituencies. The duty to the
ck home becomes a matter of
them federal goodies, to the
at it is a question whether the
sman is serving his electors or
ng them.
result has been double-digit
, suffocating tax increases pro-
the dark of the moon, and now,
izing corrective of high interest
ly any view that the public
lies in balanced budgets, sound
y and a stable tax 'rate,
s has sold us out. And now it is
tell us that because of the
il difficulty" of real budget
there is "no alternative" but to
e the scheduled tax rate cuts,
nation once again to boost taxes
tiously and go back to all of the
S.


is feet above or below the
mean water line.
High Ht. Low Ht.
Thurs. 2248 1.6 818 .3
Fri. 2320 1.6 900 .2
Sat.. 2348 1.6 946 .2
Sun. 1036 .1
Mon. 34 1.6 1127 .1
Tues. 118 1.6 1215 .1
Wed. 201 1.6 1301 .1
Thurs. 254 1.5 1344 .2


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PAGE TWO THURSDAY, OCT. 29. 1981


Thinks Column 'Revolutionary'


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SCarnival Sat. At PSJ Elementary
The Port St. Joe Elemen- Anyone, child or adult, who winners of the Halloween
tary school P.T.A. will have presents his ticket, may take a Poster contest The contest
its annual Halloween Carnival throw and try to unseat was conducted in conjunction Funeral Services Held Wednesday
this Saturday, October 31, Lewter or Wilder for a "dunk- with the Halloween Carnival
with a slate of varied ac- ing". to be held Saturday, October for Nettie W arren,94
tivities to highlight everyone's Oysters on the half shell. 31 at the Elementary School.


Third and fourth grade winners: from left, Ken Monette, Laurie Hall, Jason Spikes, Buck
Fernandez and Jim Anderson. -Star photos


day.
The Halloween Carnival will
begin at 11:00 a.m., at the
elementary school, with many
booths to attract the children's
interest. Included in attrac-
tions are the fishing pond,
duck pond, dart throw, Coun-
try Store where many a
bargain can be found, and the
ever popular cake walk.
Of special interest this year
will be the "dunking" booth
which will have Gerald
Lewter, principal, and Walter
Wilder, superintendent of
schools, manning the seat of
honor throughout the carnival.


courtesy of Jimmy McNeill
and the Lions Club will be
served for the enjoyment of
those who wish to partake of
the delicacies of the sea while
waiting for their children.
Come out Saturday and sup-
port your P.T.A.'s Halloween
Carnival. The money derived
from the carnival will be used
to purchase needed items for
the school.


Winners in the kindergarten
through second grade division
were: first place, Patricia
Nedley; second place, Melissa
Anderson, third place, Andy
Smith. Honorable mention
goes to Stephen Ailes and
Crystal Hall
Winners in the third through
fourth grade division were:
first place, Ken Monette;
second place, Laurie Michelle
Hall; and third place, Jason
Spikes. Honorable mention
goes to Jim Anderson and
Buck Fernandez.
Winners in the fifth "through
sixth grade division were:
first place, Chris Ailes;
second place, Melissa Wat-
son; and third place, Joe Ray.
Honorable mention goes to
Leonard Ray and Yolando
Daniels.
The winning posters are now
being displayed in Buzzett's,
Campbell's and St. Joe Drugs.
The PTA wishes to express
its thanks to Mrs. Joy Ailes,
chairman of the poster
contest.


Nettie Warren, 94, of Wewa-
hitchka, passed away Tuesday
morning at the home of
Benton and Dot Hamm. She
was a lifelong resident of Gulf
County and Wewahitchka.
Survivors include: a sister,
Helen Lester of Wewahitchka;
and several nieces and
nephews
Funeral services were held
Wednesday at 10:00 A.M.,
C.S.T., at the Glad Tidings
Assembly of God Church with
Reverends David Warren.


Claude McGill and Adolph
Bedsole officiating. Active
pallbearers were Frank Price,
Jimmy Gortman, Richard
Suffern, Donald McIntyre,
Willie Lindsey, Charlie Gort-
man, Woodrow Blackmon,
and Milton Whitfield. Burial
was in the family plot of
Roberts Cemetery at W.ewa-
hitchka.
All services were under the
direction of Gilmore Funeral
Home, Wewahitchka Chapel.


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Kindergarten through second gradewnners, from left: Phtricia Nedley, Mellssa Ander-
son, Andy Smith and Stephen Alles.


Fifth and sixth grade winners, from left: Chris Alles, Melissa Watson, Joe Ray, Leonard
Ray and Yolando Daniels.



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Open 8:30A.M. to 6 P.M., C.S.T.


According to "Gulf County
Veterans Service Officer,
Fred Kleeb, all veterans and
spouses of veterans who re-
ceive pension checks will
receive the Income Question-
naire in their November
checks, scheduled to be deliv-
ered in the mail on October 30.
Some people over 72 years of
age will not receive the
questionnaire. If a question-
naire is included in your
check, it must be returned.
Kleeb says his office is open
in Port St. Joe in the Court-
house Monday through Thurs-
day or in Wewahitchka on
Friday to assist veterans in
filling out the questionnaire if
they need help.
Kleeb said the cards should
be filled out and returned
immediately. "If they are not
returned by January 1, 1982,
benefits will cease and a new
application for benefits must
be filed to the VA for contin-
used benefits".
Kleeb stresses the need to
fill out the questionnaires
immediately and return them
to VA.

Haunted House

at White City
The Youth Department of
White City Baptist Church,
Highway 71, will sponsor a
Haunted House Saturday
night. Oct. 31. Hours will be
6:30-10:00 p.m.
Admission is free. There
will be tricks and treats for
everyone! Please come!


Note of Appreciation
We would like to express our
deepest appreciation to the
Gulf County Ambulance
Squad (Port St. Joe Unit).
Twice within the past six (6)
weeks we have had to call
them to move a loved one to
Bay Memorial Medical Cen-
ter. Both times the attendants
were courteous, willing to help
in any way, and efficient in
their job. We were so upset the
first time we don't remember
who was there, but the last
time, Monday, October 12th it,
was Madelyn Swatts, Keith'
Hodges, Terri Lyles and Den-
nis Harcus. We sincerely
appreciate all the attendants.
The people of Port St. Joe
should be proud of these
people. They are there when
you need them. They,are very
efficient and very nice.
Thanks again.
The family of George L.
(Buck) Montgomery


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1981


Tammy Butts, H.E. McDaniel Wed

A candlelight ceremony chantilly lace combined with Haury, Cindy McDaniel,
united Tammy Royce Butts Brussels lace. The crown sisters of the bridegroom;
and Hubert Earl McDaniel Jr. collar of Brussels lace posed Donna Brant and Joane Free-
Sin marriage Sept. 26 at Oak above aV yoke enhanced with man.
Grove Assembly of God small Brussels lace appliques The bridegroom's father
tburch in Port St. Joe. that led into twin ruffles of served as best man. Usher-
.everend David Fernandez chantilly lace on an empire groomsmen were the bride-
jkrformed the double ring bodice. A band of lace en- groom's brother, Bob
service. circled the waist above the McDaniel; Jim Barcia, Jim


AtThe bride is the daughter of
- r. and Mrs. Royce Butts of
eort St. Joe. Her grand-
jrents are Mr. and Mrs. H.A.
Butts of Port St. Joe and Mrs.
A: J. Barfield and the late Mr.
A. J. Barfield of Southport.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McDaniel
Sr. of Sneads. His grand-
parents are the late Mr. and
Mrs. E.B. McDaniel of Grand
Ridge and the late Mr. and
Mrs. Loren Cambell of Chatta-
hoochee.


flared skirt reaching floor
length where appliques of
chantilly lace highlighted the
front skirt. A deep border of
crystaline pleats was noted at
the hemline and continued
around to become a chapel
train. Full bishop sleeves with
lace cuffs and appliques of
lace were other features of the
bridal gown.
A matching veil of illusion
was edged in Brussels lace
and flowed to fingertip con-
cluding the bridal ensemble.
She ami d a asad onf


SJim Warren, organist, and white and pink silk rose
. Allen Wilder and Mryna Fer- interspersed with ribbon an
.4 nandez, soloists, performed greenery.
'.,:uptial music for the wedding. Mrs. Debbie Bouingto
c); Presented in marriage by served as matron of, honor
;; her parents and escorted to Bridesmaids were Angi
% th.e altar by her father, the McLeod, Benna Player
: bride selected a gown of sisters of the bride; Belind

Faprden Club Donates Plants
". iThe Port St. Joe Garden plants for the sale, should
."-Cl"ub will be helping the Port bring them to 1505 Monumen
I St, Joe Elementary School Avenue Friday, October 3(
Switch a donation of plants for a Mrs. George Hamby and Mrs
plant sale booth at the annual Browi will be in charge c
Halloween Carnival Saturday seeing that the donations ge
R. afternoon, to the carnival on Saturda
pio morning. -
V President, Mrs. Stiles All Garden Club member
brownn said Garden Club are urged to participate in th
i.embers who wish to donate plant donation project.


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Beers, Danny Johnston, Scott
Thomas and Alan Wilder.
Tara McLeod, the bride's
niece, served as flower girl.
Ring bearer was Jeff Player,
the bride's nephew.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was given by the
bride's parents in the church
social hall.
Stacy Tharpe and Jacque
Yeager, the bride's cousin,
served the bridal cake; Betty
McDaniel, the bridegroom's
aunt, served the bridegroom's
cake; Paula Besore presided
at the punch bowl; and Brenda
Wood kept the bride's book.
Floor hostesses were Estelle
Peacock, the bridegroom's
aunt; Ruth Odom, Linda Faye
Smith and Ruth Patterson.
The bride's cake was made
by Betty McDaniel and the
bridegroom's cake was by
Cherxyj. Etheridge.. Both gave.
them a -'gifts to, the', couple:'
After their wedding trip to
Gatlinburg, Tenn:, the couple
will reside in Port St. Joe
where the bridegroom is as-
sociate pastor at Oak Grove
Assembly of God Church.
A rehearsal dinner was held
Sept: 25 at Linton's Restau-
rant in4Wewahitchka. It was
hosted by the bridegroom's
parents. .


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See Changing Le
Forty-four members of the The group visited the Carl
t. Joseph Bay chapter of the Sandburg home in Flat Rock,
..A.R.P., will all remember North Carolina, Ashville,
he week of October 19 as North Carolina, the Bildmore
wonderful week in their Mansion, then up the Blue
yes. Ridge Parkway to Grassy
The group, with members Meadows, Mount Mitchell,
rom Port St. Joe, St. Joe Little Switzerland, Grandfa-
each and Mexico Beach, their Mountain, Linnville Falls
boarded a chartered Grey- and Caverns, Chimney Rock
found bus Monday morning, and a memorable country
found for the mountains in style breakfast at the Dillard
;reenville, South Carolina House in Dillard, Georgia.
nd points north for a sight- The four day tour was
seeing trip visiting historical rushed, but enjoyable for
points of Interest and witness- those who had the opportunity
ig the fall color change of the to go. Even though they
eaves. arrived back home tired, they


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'ommemorates Battle


he- October 21 luncheon
| uaeting of the Daughters of
American Revolution held
n noon in the Garden Center,
ias in keeping with events
Siat have' been happening
wiuring the month of October
throughout as chapters have
'een celebrating the 200th
I versary of ,the famous
title that was fought'in the
title community of Yorktown
Virginia, October 19, 1781-
event that b uight Free-
om and a new way of life to
American' people.. _
S'.The Yorktown program in-
.;clpded the ringing of bells
Sne for each member) to
Stress joy in the victory of
j that great day, and the singing
"The Star Spangled Ban-
er"; -a report on chapter
4 activitiess inspired by the
victory celebration; a poem,
S'.Ring;, Sweet Bells",1 written
'it Mrs. Ralph- Swatts, Sr.,
v'. 'Micpressly for the occasion; a
etter to His Excellency, the
Honorable Francois de'Labou-
I aye, Ambassador froin
,"rance to the United States,
expressing appreciation for
he generosity of the French in
S upplying much needed aid to
She American Army and
Savy, even to an entire
Srench Fleet.
/ The Yorktown speaker was
*_:- -"rs. Ralph Swatts, Sr., Chair-
:-nan of the Chapter Bicenten-
SCommittee, who chose
S'iubject "A Time for Remem-
S'... ng". Recalling the recent
spectacular "Four Days in
Yorktown- the 16th of Oc-
.:.ber, "Festivities Day!", the
7th, "Military Day", the 18th,
go "Day of Prayer and Thanks-
I giving and the 19th, "Vic-
ry Day".
To add color to the day's
-program, three of the
inembers were in colonial
i. costume: Mrs., Thomas
.@3wnes, Mrs. James Roberts,
pnd Mrs. Swatts.
j A highlight of the meeting
was the inspiring report of
fMrs. James Roberts on the
SOLUTIONS adopted in
S-April of this year by the 90th
continental Congress,
S.=Daughters of the American
.; evolution.
-' Another interesting and
,challenging feature of the
k @October program was Mrs.
i' Charles Browne's report on
the Message of the President-
general, Mrs. Richard Danny
: Shelby, and according to Mrs.
W' l- es Brown, the energy chal-
lenge for this month is "When
.ou go to town, park your car
a central location and
: WALK where you have to go."
: With the Yorktown Celebra-
tion, the local observances--
? the service of. Prayer and
..SUnited Methodist Church,
-Sunday the 18th, the bell
ringing on Monday, "Victory
Day", and the Yorktown Pro-
gram on Wednesday, as well
'- as other projects, the month of
October has been a busy one
f-or St. Joseph Bay Chapter.
f.- ,


Mrs. Eda Ruth Kilboun, Mrs. James B.
Roberts, Mrs. Ralph Swatts' and Mrs.
Virginia Owens presented the program to the


DAR last Wednesday in observance of: The
Battle of Yorktown". -Star photo


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are already looking forward to
the next trip.
The A.A.R.P. has its mem-
bership open to all persons
over the age of 55 who would
like to join with them for
fellowship and companion-
ship. The group is now 175
strong and growing every
month.
The next meeting of the
organization will be announc-
ed for a date in November and
will be made public in plenty
of time for those who would
like to attend to make their
plans.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1981


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Directing a workshop Saturday
Association for Community Action we
community leaders. From left to rig]
Fennell, City Commissioner; Joseph


Workshop

The Association for Com- ic D
munity Action (AFCA) is D.C.
proud to announce that the Rep]
weekend workshop was a ness
great success. Every aspectrf Pan
S theactvitycoicided. ke ron,
the 'efrall eiintibn-ef- vie
fective. Har
Bapt
The plans included two main jahp
events: a reception program Talk
S. Friday night and a three Jam
session, ,-day long workshop me
Saturday with lunch provided mBo,
as a part of the offerings.
Rawlis Leslie was Master of
Ceremony at the reception
program which was well at-
tended. Highlights of that
program included a poem,
"What Time. Is It", read by
Bonita Robinson; a solo,
'S- summertime by Minnie .
Likely accompanied. on the Th
Piano b Deborah Crosby; Chr
: ^ "The Lord's Prayer",. chanted ^
by Gloria Best and a very cou,
c lengingspeech by David .r"i
r Lewis, entitled "Why Explore .94
Strategies for Future. -Co- :
j operation." .
Saturday's programs was Th
| moderated by Joseph Smiley, "Sex
Economics Instructor at St. Lea
Petersburg Jr. College. There Sp
were approximately 250 parti- vide
cipants with eight consultants Al
involved in.this activity. as
S The fdrimat for Saturday Free
was six workshops offered two at
or three periods allowing for Chui
each.participant a chance to final
explore three different topics. noun
The topics discussed were: F(
Community and Economic plea
Development, Small Busi-
S ness; Eligibility and Financ-
ing, The Roleof Black Church- BIR
es in Community and Econom- Vi
Sic .Affairs, Minority Affairs; Mex
SMajor Conicerns and Possible birtl
Solutions, Political Strategies, Bro(
;: and NAACP: Li.
3 Each workshop was con-. welc
ducted by professionals in the Nan
.j area. The consultants were: Pr
Oscar Harris, Dept. of Vet. Chai
:2 and Com. Affairs, Tallahas- Mex
see; Barry Hardie, Profes- nont
sional Consultant for Econom- Port

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Termed Success

development, Washington,
; Fred Fishback, Area
resentative, Small Busi-
s Development Center,
ama City; Lenwood Her- QUANTITY
Florida'Community Sr- .. RIGHT
s Qiincy ; Minister Alex .- RESERVED
per, Pastor, St. Johns
tist Church, Arcadia; Eli-
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ahassee; and Mrs. Nora
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mber FAMU Aliimni I
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hristian

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session ...
e fifth session of "The
stian Woman", a six-week -
se taught by Mrs. Sue_. I --
ler, -willI be held this ., .| i
lay, October -306 from
-11:30 a.m. at the home of
SNancy Buzzett, 101 20th '
et. : : ..
us week's study rill be on
x: Throw Away,.o-ur Fig .-
ves."
ecial music Will be pro- athr
d.by Mrs. Carol Quarles. I I ether
l ladies are invited and ms
ed to bring a notebook.
e nursery will be provided-;' *Choose roam
Long Avenue Baptist SUBedtte,
rch. The address for the corduroy
1 session will be an- COIdUroy
iced next week in the Star. and knits
or additional information,
se call 229-6111 or 229-8895.

t! ANNOUNCEMENT
c and Nan Adkison of
ico Beach announce the
h of their new daughter,
oke Noelle, born on Oct. 22.
title Brooke Noelle was
comed by her big sister,
Francis.
roud grandparents are.
rlie: and Inky Parker of
xico Beach, and Can-
ball and Jean Adkison of
SSt. Joe.


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Mu, AR
OMMA HEARTT


The Sea Oats and Du es
Garden. Club met Tuesday,
October' 13 in the Mexico
Beach Chamber of Commerce
Building with twenty mem-
bers and three guests in
attendance.
Refreshments were served
by Jean Heathcock and Mar-
jorie Perryman.
Plans were made for the fall'
wild flower field trip to be on
November 3rd. Those wishing
to go should meet at 9:00 a.m.,
E.S.T., at the intersection of
Overstreet Highway and High-
way 98.
The next regular meeting
will be held November 10th at
the Mexico Beach Chamber of
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Marie and Kenneth Coulson


Commerce Building at 9:00
A.M., C.S.T. President Kunel
reminded members to bring a
brown' bag 4inch. We will be
making Christmas decora-
tions.
IN MEMORY
In memory of my husband
and father, although it has
been ten years since you have
been gone, we still love you.
Because you were a good
husband and father, you will
never be forgotten. Since you
have been gone, life doesn't
seem the same. We remember
all the happy moments that we
shared when you were here.
The loving thoughts will al-
ways linger. You are still our
guiding star.
May we all be reunited when
we each have crossed the bar.


of Wright's Air Force Base, The Tiller family.
Dayton, Ohio, wish to an- Mrs. Willie Tiller
nounce the birth of their son, Mrs. Shirley Brown
Aaron Christopher, on Oct. 1. Mr. Bennie Tiller
He weighed 10 lbs. 2 ozs. Mrs. Claudine Clark
The proud grandfather is Mr. Walter Tiller
Jason Dykes of Port St. Joe. Mr. Charles Tiller


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S' located on 11/5 acres of land
; at Overstreet with well & sep-
.- tic tank. Trailer has central
heating and-air conditioning. 2
bdrms., 1 ba., custom built
and utility shed. Has water
softner and filter with 20 yrs.
:' guarantee. For more informa-
tion contact Jimmy Gilbert at
648W057. Itp 10-29

S Two bedroom house at 110
Oak Grove Drive. $9,500.
229-8710. tp 10-29.

;,.;, 3 bedroom house, newly re-
.. odeled inside. 202 Cherokee
--St., Oak Grove. Call 648-5695
after 10 a.mp. or call 6484304
and leave, name and phone'
& number..' .' 11tp10-29
Two bedroom house for sale.
2. 229-8570. tfc.10-18
I, ..Price Reduced: .3 bdrm..
e brick home, 2 ba., liv. rm.,
din. rm., fam. rm., breakfast
I .-area, ch/a, range, refrig.,
,. dishwasher, laundry rm wl
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opener, 18x36' pool, cypress
I -privacyfence, shallow well
.p:. ump. Cypress. Ave., near
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- .dark'green, brand new motor.
t New tires. For more informa-
;tion, call 229-8153 from 9-6, or
S 229-6729 after 6:30. 2tc 10-22
-1976 LTD, good cond., auto
transm. 648-6315. tfc -13

.1977 Ford LTD H station
., wagon. Call after 5, 229-6460.
tfe 10-1


m-is

i 36' shrimp boat, 671 Detroit
S.diesel, single, rig. 229-8570
S, tfc 10-18


i'


PORT ST. JOE
106 Mimosa. Price reauoed on h8is
desilrable 3bdm 2 ba homes wilh
many Ow 1 IW. tunce. car.
port. cji I _. Dop only
__age._ r.o
tgage. omeone In Poert Joe is
missing a real bargain No 101
100 Mimosa. brick home. 3 bdrm. 3
ba. 2-car garage on 2 lots, geo-
thermal heatingicooling system. No
102
528 7th St 2 bdrm plus sm ex. rm. 1
ba. fireplace, big kitchen, screened
porch, carport Owner linance 25'%
down. 12 Interest. No. 103
Price Reduced to 529.000 1305 Mar
vin Ave., 3 barm. I ba. home in gooa
location., enced back yard. gas heal.
carport. storage shed. No 104
4.bdrm.. 2 ba. with 2 A/C. gas heat. on
2 lots, carpets, drapes Incl.. stainless
steel siding, chain link fenced back
yd. 506 8th St. No 105
Lg. house, 3 bdrm. 1i ba. hi. rm.
din rm, & kitchen combo. carport.
newly painted thruout '501 Monu.
meant No 106
Office or store bldg. income proper.
ty, 1 side open. 1800 sq It on Reid
Ave. Owner fin. No 107.
3 bdrm.. 1% ba home w/swimming
pool & 6' privacy fence. Call lor more
Information. Ward Ridge

OVERSTREET
3 bdrm., 1 ba trailer with attached
trailer, also 1 travel trailer, 1 acre ol
land. 512.500. No 501.

WEWAHITCHKA
2 bdrm., 1 be. frame house financing
available. $11,30 00. No 601.
17.8 acres east side of Hwy. 71 north
of downtown. May divide into 5- acre
plots. No. 602.

CYPRESS LODGE
4 miles. rom Wewa on Dead Lakes
Complete campground at S395.000
Owner finance Lots from 54.500 to
$8.500. other parcels available.


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Own your own Jean Shop.
Offering all the nationally
known brands such as. Jor-
dache, Vanderbilt, Calvin
Klein, Sedgefield, Levi and
over 70 other brands.
$12,500.00 includes beginning
inventory, airfare for 1 to the
apprel center, training, fix-
tures and Grand Opening Pro-
motions. Call Mr. Kostecky at
Mademoiselle Fashions
612-432-0676.

EARN EXTRA MONEY at
home. Stuff envelopes in your
spare time. Details, send
stamped, self-addressed
envelope to: Wholesale Book
Distributors, P. 0. Box 12278,
.Kansas City, KS 66112.


ST. JOE BEACH
NEW LISTING: 1980 Champion
mobile home (12x48'). 2 cdrm oas.
on nice lot (75x150) Oak Street
S8.500 down assure existing mor
gage.
Beautiful 3 bdrm. I Da modern
design name wihealed swimming
pool Enloy the view oat Gull from side
decK Call us today to see what you re
missing $115.000.
3 DaOrm. 1 ba nouse on 2 ig lois
wood fenced yd. Oak & Americus.
547.000 No 201
Gull S 3 odrm 1 Da house, on ig
lots with fireplace. 16x32' swimming
pool. wood lenced around If. only
$55 000 No 202
Partially linisneo r-ouse $1g.000 I
Dlk Irom beacn 3 bdm 1 be Asia
cani lot also available No 204.
1 barm I Da trailer. 75x150 lot.
S12 500 P.neda SI No 205.
2 barm 1 b trailer w fireplace. '015
of Iruil Irees 1 bik from each
$19000 No 208
SI Joe Beach nas a ig selection o
lois for 51.000 duwn & 12' Inlerest

MOBILE HOME
1981 New Moon mobile name. fully
furnished wlin appliances & warning
machine Lot not included


COMMERCIAL
Hignlana View 3 well placed lots
on U.S. 98 Room for most any type
business including parking space.
Approx 183 If. on U.S 98
Fully equipped slore bldg on 3',
acres on Hwy 30. will finance No
401.
Convenience store St. Joe Beacn
1.536 sq 1` on 1 lots wiconorete
slab floor for expansion No. 402
2.700 sq It building on First SI in
Port St Joe on 3 lots. No 403.
2 lots on Reid Ave 60'x90' No. 404


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MEXICO BEACH
Reduced to 518.5002 acres plus 2
trailers and Ig shed 3 bilS. from
beach No 301
2 bdrm duplex sundeck & good view
of the beach $49.000 owner financ-
ing 20%. down No 302
4 bdrm. 2 ba can his Ig liv rm. 2
formal dn rms den wifireplace on 2
lots canal location with Doal dOCK
No 303
Grand Isle 3 bdrm. 1 Da wooO
privacy fence, can nha wiheal pump
Ig garden area only $48.000 No 304
1 bdrm duplex on Hwy $38.500 20"o
down. owner finance No 305
2 beautiful iots 75x12 ea. total
150K112' Nice and grassy wiln septic
lank
2 odrm 1 ba home overlooking Inse
Gull just across nwy hwy 98 & 3rd
Si 144.000 No 306
3 bdrm 2 ba stucco nouae. iv rm
din im & kilcnen comor lice iot par-
tially furnished $47.500 61h St No
308
Nice2oarm 2ba nomeon Hwy 386
can see Gull from vd $52 000
Move in with loA* own payment Only
$250 mo pmts on existing mongage
3 bdrm frame house on 4dh St.
S25900
Duplex. brand new 2 Darms. I ba
each side. unfurnished 71h SI
S47.00 00
Excellent rental opportunity Altrac-
live 2 bdrm. 1 Da. duplex located on
391h SI Furnished, close to Gulf.

BEACON HILL
3 borm. 1 ba mobile home on 2 lots
completely enclosed w a wooden
fence $25.000 No 801
1 or 2 bdrm cottage. 3rd Ave near 6th
St Only $25.000 No 803
3 bdrm be. on 3 lots. fireplace.
newly carDeted. S38.000 No 804.
OAK GROVE
401 Madison. 2 odrm.. 1 ba. partially
turnisned chain link fence. $10.500


Fully furnished 1 bdrm. cot-
tage w/glassed-in porch.
Available now. 207 Coronado
St., St. Joe Beach. Come see or
phone 648-8918. tfc 10-29

Seasonal Rentals. 2 beach
rt.t.m5 met HAnen[ill Fn1 Vu


MONTHLY
RENTALS
Nice selection of houses 8 apts now
available for rent Call for more info

CAPE SAN BLAS
Bayside. two 100 lots on the bay
$13.500 each



GULF AIRE
Spanish design 2 story. 4 bdrm. 2'/,
bae. Ig den liv rm. wilreplace, dble
garage 10'*.'. aesumable mortgage
Some beautilul lots sill available at
i11 I interest. 25% down

Jones Homestead
4 bdrm newly remodeled Ig kitchen.
1' acres completely chain link fenc.
eda $48.500
3 bdrm newly remodeled home on ig
lot. S5 000oown oaliance over 20 year
period

ACREAGE
Bay Front. 5 acres on state road 30
near Presnell s. 251 on bay trontage.'
No 701
Almost 2 acres on w.alerfront
alWelaDpo Creek. $27 000 No 702.
Shady lot at Howards Creek 53,000
No 703

ASSOCIA TES -
AFTER HOURS
ARCHIE BARBEE 648.6392
PAULETTA CAMPBELL 848.8977
JIM CLEMENT 648-5482
ALISA DUREN 648.5035
BOB & JEAN FALISKI 229-6553
RHONDA HEATH 227-1702
MARSHAYOUNG 648.248


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.


UUttc ges at DeaconUII [. 1o U
more information call 648-5312 The Disabled American
after 6 p.m. Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will meet the first Monday
.Mobile home sites, efficien- each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
cy apt. and campers for rent Joe Motel. tfc 6-4
on beach. By day, week, The John C. Gainous Post
month or year. Ski Breeze 10069, Veterans of Foreign
Camp Sites. Call 229-6105. .Wars will hold its regular
Mobile home sites, $50 per meeting at the St. Joe Motel,
mo., City water & garbage Port St. Joe, the second Tues-
pickup furnished. RV sites by day and the fourth Thursday
day, week or month. Bring of the month at 7:30 p.m.
yours or rent ours. Rec hall,
laundry and store on .. TheLadies'Auxiliary of the
premises. Rustic Sands V.F.W. meets the second
Resort Campground. 15th St., Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
Mexico Beach. 648-5229. tfc 9-3 day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Florida Power Lounge.


Ui5 S c02 A Y SUs Ouaaj
and Friday. Furniture, lots of
clothing & misc. items, 8-5. 412
1st St., Highland View.
Itp 10-29

Estate Sale: Across from
old pier at Mexico Beach, 10
o'clock, EST, Saturday and
Sunday. Antiques, furniture,
shells, etc. Everything must
go.

Rummage Sale, November
7, 9 a.m. Mexico Beach Volun-
teer Fire Dept. at Union 76 sta-
tion, Mexico Beach. Donations
may be taken to Rustic Sands
Campgrounds, 15th St. till
Nov. 5.





Wanted to Buy: Used hand-
truck and heavy duty wheel
barrow. Call 648-5452. Itp 10-29

Wanted: Live-in lady for
two elderly people in Hosford.
(References). Call 227-1649.
tfe 10-29

Wanted to Rent: 3 bdrm.
house in St. Joe. Call Sara at
227-1277 or after 6:30, 648-
5273. 2tc 10-29


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


Three tickets to F.S.U. foot-
ball game, Sat., Oct. 31. 2
adults, 1 child. Call 227-1873.
Itc 10-29

Table w/4 chairs, made
from white oak barrels, very
good condition. Cost over $500,
will sell for $200. Very heavy,
you haul. Golden T-Ball.
2tc 10-29

Remington model 700,
deluxe BDL 243 cal. Very good
cond. Weaver scope and
mounts, also sling. $325. Call
227-1219, ask for Becky, Mon.
-Fri., 8-4. 2tc 10-26

1977 Yamaha Chapie 80cc,
automatic, 900 miles, like new.
$450.648-5494. tfe 10-29

Color T.V., $100; two sets
twin Simmons springs and
mattresses, like new, $100.
648-5127. ltc 10-27

mobilee home trailer, 12x48',
1'.'1 model, clean with 17,500
b air cond., furnished,
) 10. Also 10xl10' utility shed,
built; high, $400. Call during
day 648-5804, after 6 p.m.,
648-5875. 2tc 10-22
16' Rowing Dory, complete.
Call Fred Buskens, 229-8035.
One 1965 Capella house
trailer, 2 bdrm., serial no.
51-111. Color: white/blue,
$3,000. One 1968 New Moon
model FERCLR1B, 2 bdrm.,
44'x12', $3,000. Call
205/983-4806. May be seen on
4th St., Highland View.
3tpl10-22
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

Hey, Santd.' Is Christmas
slipping up on you? Why not
let House of Lloyd help fill
your Christmas list, while you
sit in your warm toasty house
and make plans for your
special night!
$20.00 worth of merchandise
is yours-just for inviting
others to see our wonderful
gifts. Plus, there's many other
ways to increase your buying
power!
Let House of Lloyd and
Carol Durham at 229-6676, be
your Santa's helper. Besides-
isn't this the year the elves go
union?6tc 10-22


, 17 cu. ft. Admiral freezer;
plants and home-made hang-
ing baskets. Also misc. fur-
niture. Call 653-9208. 2t 10-22

Tear down or move 4 bed-
room house at 515 3rd St. Goes
to highest bidder by Nov. 16.
Call 229-6803, after 5. 229-8840.
4t 10-15





Carrier needed for Panama
City News Herald for North
Port St. Joe:area. 229-8019.
3tp 10-22


Will do sewing in my home.
Such as: alterations, hemm-
ing and reapirs. If I can be of
service to you, please call
648-5346. ltp 10-29
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day

Likely I have painted your
neighbor's house. Do you ap-
preciate a whole town behind
someone's painting? Call Joe
Betsey. Call 433-5356, Pen-
sacola. t0l/29
FOR TRACTOR WORK
Call 229-8939 or 648-5306
tfe8-14
Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and Service
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
All Brands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
tic 4-16


UTZ Electronic's Repair
Licensed Work on Anyting
That Pertains to Electrical
T.V., Radios, Stoves, Refrig-
erators, Dryers, Washing
Machines, Etc.
Phone 648-346
4tp 10-29


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.
tfie 10-8
.+',. tf.. e 1 ,. 8


B & L UPHOLSTERY
& TRIM SHOP
104 6th St., Highland View
2294429
Free estimates, reasonable
rates, quality work. Lg. sel-
ection of materials.


Aderis ou Srvc


Advertise Your Service
In the

business & S4vice D ctiy i

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


WAUNETA'S
BOOKKEEPING
Complete Bookkeeping Service'
Including All Required
Tax Forms
Reasonable Set
Monthly Fee
Wauneta Brewer
116 Monument 2294536
25tip6k
Psychological Services for
anyone with problems in day-
to-day living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours) ':.-'

Alcohollis 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
BEACON FABRICS
Sewing Notions & Patterns
Hwy. 98 at Beacon Hill
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00E.S.T.
tc 846


Carpentry Work Doi
Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757


RED CARTER'S GUN I
Port St. Joe Beach
Gunsmithing Bluei
New & Used Guns --S


St JosephBay


AVON --Buy or Sell
Call district manager, Claudia
Walters,' Panama City,
871-5523. tfic10-8


CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
SERVICE
Tanks Cleaned and Portelet
S rService
229-8007

TV & RADIO REPAIR
B&J Electrical &
Electronics
510 1st St., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8075
In Wewa on Tuesdays
tfic7-30


B&J ELECTRICAL
Residential Wiring,
Air Condition Repair
and Installation
Phone 229-8075
tic 7-30


ne CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
1 18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
tfc 2-2 Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
'90422-:.6+9229423 5 *, c-
SHOP t ic 6-4


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*


The Sewing Room
1 5.. 410A Reid Ave. NOrON,
l Port St. Joe, Fla. OiVs
"Quality Fabric at Affordable Prices"


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

SFour bedrooms, 2 baths, fireplace,
good cond., 1466 sq. ft. plus a storage
shed. Recently installed' aluminum
siding. This one should go quickly at
$23,000. 519 Fourth St.

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

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


HANNON

INSURANCE AGENCY
FRANK HANNON, Broker


Karen King
227-1133


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copes


PAGE SIX


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
Vae the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
Two 2 bedroom furnished
trailers for rent at St. Joe
Beach. 648-5306 tfc 10-8
Thames Hotel, day, weekly,
monthly rates. 302 Reid Ave.
229-8723.
3 bedroom house on 7th St.,
Port St. Joe, 'furnished.
648-5306. tfe 10-22

Sewing box a tangled mess of
spools and threads? Use dis-
carded egg cartons as nifty
compartments for, spools.
S. "'W !.





The First Born Church
located on Avenue E will serve
dinners at $3.00. Fried
chicken, potato salad, collard
greens, or string beans, cake,
candied yams, rolls, corn-
bread and iced tea. Chitterl-
ings and rice, collard greens
or string beans, cake, candied
yams, rolls, cornbread, ice
tea. Call for delivery 229-6997,
or come by and place your
order October 30, 1981.


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


Church Supplies
Music Records Tapes
Rubber Stamps
Hospital & Funeral Flowers
Gifts BIMes
Sound Studio Recording
Service


Ouikw ST. JOSEPH BAY REALTY

T 21 E. B. MILLER, REALTOR IKE DUREN, REALTOR

900 HIGHWAY 98- MEXICO BEACH P. 0. BOX 13332 648-5011


i .


Roy Smith Assoclates
221 Reid Avenue


SERVICES


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Standing from left to right: Evelyn Smith,
Peggy Turner, Marge Ely and Hazel Barton.
-Star photo


Frances Chafin Wins



Ladies Fall Golf Tourney

The St. Joe Bay Ladies Fall place- Evelyn Smith; Sixth pants in the tournament.
urnament, held Thursday, place- Margie Miller; and Mariann Hendrix and Meta
october 21-22 was won by Seventh place- Marge Ely. Buzzett were chairpersons of
dances Chafin. Other win- The low putts award went to the event.


ner-s wereas follows: Second
place- Hazel Bai-ton; Third
:place- Bobbie Watts; Fourth
place- Louise Coldewey; Fifth


IN THE CI
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FLORIDA,
ST. JOSEP
1- COMPANY
S Plaintl
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DONALD I
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Evelyn smith with a 58
two day tournament. A
prize was awarded to
Miller. There were 21


- Public Notices -

RCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH STATEMENT OF OWNERS
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF MANAGEMENT AND CIRCUL
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY. The Star, a weekly news
CASE NO. 81-220 published each Thursday. with
PH LAND AND DEVELOPMENT annually The office of the publ
', a Florida Corporation. located at 306 Williams Ave. Pon
llff, Gullf County. Florida 32456,
business offices located at the
M. CHAGLE and Wile, SHIRLEY dress Wesley R Ramsey. P. 0.
E. SAMUEL ANGEL and Wife. Pori St. Joe. Florida 32456
ANGEL; RONALD E.. GOODIN publisher, editor and managing
MARYS GOODIN.: The owner of The Star Is W
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.EY L CHAGLE holders owning or holding' I p
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YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action Io
foreclose the mortgage on the following
property In Gulf County, Florida:
,-A portion of Fractional Section 13.
Township 8 South, Range 11 West. .
Gulf County, .Florida. being more
particularly described as follows
Commencing at the NE comer of
Fractional Section 13. Township 8
Soulh, Range 11 West, thence S
0-51' W along the East line of said
Section for 2.078 10 feet to a 6"x6"
SJPC concrete marker, thence N
89-09'W 712.86 feet to a 4"x4" SJPC
concrete marker for the point of
beginning; thence S 051' W parallel
with' said East line of Section for
500.00 feet to a 4"x4" SJPC concrete
marker, thence N 89o09. W 500.00
feea to a 6"x'8" SJPC concrete
7' marker on the East Right-ol-Way
.- Line of Long Avenue Extention.
thence N 051t' E along said Right-of-
way Line 100 00 feet; thence S 89'09'
E 400 00 feel; thence N 0'51' E 400 00
thence S 89W0 E 100 00 feet Io the
Point of Beginning; containing 2 066
acres, more, or less..
S.has been filed against you and you are re-
'quired to serve a copy of your written
defenses, If any, to'll. on Fred N. Wlllen.
Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is
408 Long Avenue. Port St. Joe. Florida,
and whose post office address is P. 0
Box 447, Port St. Joe, Florlda'32456-0447.
on or before November 23. 1981, and file
the original with the Clerk of Ihis Court.
either before service on 'Plaintiff's at..
torney or Immediately thereafter. other-
wise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
:Court on October 26th, 1981. .
JERRY GATES, Clerk of Court
6 Gulf County. Florida
By: Tanya All.n, Deputy Clerk
4110-29

NOTICE OF JUDICIAL VACANCY
A vacancy exists on the bench of the
County Court of Holmes Counly, which
;,.Court sits In Bonfllay. Holmes County.
Florida. All qualified persons desiring to
*-;apply for this Holmes County Judgeship.
} should contact J. Robert Hughes. Chair-
man. Fourteenth Judicial Nominatling
Commission. Post Olfice Box 1t638.
Panama city, Florida 32401. (904)
785-7454. for applications and Inslruc-
lions for filing the applications The
deadline for filing applications with tie
Judicial Nominating Commission Is
November 12, 1981.
It 10-29
PUBLIC NOTICE
The report of Federal Revenue Sharing
Receipts and Expenditures is available
for public Inspection at the Olfice of Ihe
: Clerk of the Circuit Court. Gulf County
T'-Courthouse. Supporting documentation
.s also available. The report is from the
records of the Gulf County Board of
County Commission for the fiscal year
ending September 30. 1980.
: JIMMY 0. GORTMAN, Chairman.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
11t 10-29
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 86509, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned person Intends to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Bay
County, Florida, four weeks after the first
publication of this notice, the IIctitilous,
name or trade name under which they will
be engaged in business and In which said
business Is to be carried on. to-wit:
PATS MATS AND FRAMES
407 7th Street
Mexico Beach, Florida
Bay County
Pat Bowen. Owner
4t110-29


for me
special
peggy CARD OF THANKS
artici- We wish to. express our
deepest gratitude to all of oiur
relatives;' friends and neigh-
b s' for the 'fo1 d, kindness,
and' sympathy sent at the time
HIP, of the loss of our Dad, Peter
ATION (Pete)' Strange. It is such a.
paper. is comfort to know so many
52 issues people share ourloss. God
Ication Is as ls
rt St. Joe. Bless each'of you.
with the
same ad- Edgar and Nancy Strange
Box so8. Evelyn and Cawthon Wil-
Sis the -.ams
g editor liams
Vesley R Lillian and John Henning
St Joe.
own bon
r security 3150
percent or Actual No. Copies Each lesse
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i 3150 total copies printed, with paida cir-
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pand car- total paid circulation of 3041. free
sales of distribution of 20 lfor a total distribullon
r sales of of 3061:74 copies not distrlbuled and t5
or a total eturns- from news agents for a total of
hilbullon ..u 0
of 3120. 3150
total of Wesley R Ramsey, Eailor


GARC Is Aiding


Group Living Home

The Gulf County Association thing you no longer need. All
for Retarded Citizens is in the donations are tax deductible.
process of furnishing a house For information call 769-8931
for an eight member group in Panama (ity, and 229-6327
living home. On November 21, in Port St. Joe. For pick up of
they will host a Flea Market items in Port St. Joe, please
all day at the vacant lot next to call 229-6327.
City Hall in Port St. Joe, on the
corner of 5th Street and Reid
Avenue. Donations for the flea
market are being accepted at
Gulf County Adult Activities
Center, 200 Peters Street, Port
St. Joe, and at the HRS office
in Panama City, 450 Jenks The wisteria, the string bean
Avenue. Items being accepted and the locust tree are all
include household furnishings, members of the same family,
books, games, puzzles, any- producing similar seed pods.


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JUST ARRIVED- LARGE VARIETY OF

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On Sale Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, 9-5
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1981 PAGE SEVEN


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Ladles fall golf tournament winners are
shown above. Front left to right are: Barbara
Watts, Frances Chafin and Louise Coldewey.
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Their thumbs are always handier than a nipple
or pacifier and helps them not to be irritable when
wet or tired. They take the place of continuous
petting. There are no apparent problems caused by
infant thumb sucking.
After youngsters are older than two years and
certainly when they become four or five years old,
your pediatrician should be consulted if thumb
sucking persists. It can not only be an embarrass-
ment, but actually change the shape of a child's
mouth. Your pediatrician can suggest one of the
preventive we carry against thumb sreking.

"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their prescriptions, health needs and other
pharmacy products. We consider this trust a
privilege and a duty. May we be your personal
family pharmacy?"


BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
Free Parking Drive-In Window
229-8771 317 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe


"We soon forget what we have not deeply thought
about." Marcel Proust


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


CHURCH SCHOOL ........................
MORNING WORSHIP ......................
EVENING WORSHIP .......................
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP ..........
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ...........


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


Gal.. HIH-2AN

HIGH LAND VIEW

y 6 iURCH OF GoD
I TE"PERANCE l "Where Jesus Christ Is King
~& God's LoveIsIAn
0 b '2 Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAY SCHOOL ...... 10:00A.M.
.GOODNESS MORNING WORSHIP ... 11:00A.M.
EVENiNG'WORSHIP .... 6:00 P.M.
FAITH WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M.
Pastor Ira J. Nichols


Chipley Tigers Gnaw On Sharks, 24-8


THUMB SUCKING IS
NORMAL FOR INFANTS


The Chipley Tigers started
celebrating their homecoming
a little early Friday night as
they scored three unanswer-
ed touchdowns and a field goal
in the first half of action,
insuring a victory, as they
mauled the sharks, 24-8.
As the action got under way
the Tigers returned the open-
ing kick-off to their own 21
yard line. Two plays later and
with 10:55 remaining in the
first quarter, Tracy Lee dash-
ed 65 yards from scrimmage
to set the stage for what was
to be his one man show for the
Tigers offense. The extra
point attempt was good.
Chris Adkison was the first
Shark to get to touch the ball
as he returned the Tiger
kick-off to the 21. On the
Sharks first series, they push-
ed the ball forward 14 yards to
their own 35 before punting the
ball away.
Seven plays later, again
behind the strong running of
Tracy Lee, the Tigers were up
14 points with 4:57 remaining
in the first quarter.
Neither team mustered a lot
of offense in the remaining
time in the first quarter. As
the second quarter opened, it
looked as though the Sharks
were going to get things going.
A nine yard reverse play by
Ashley Abrams and an Adki-
son to Abrams pass comple-
tion, good for 15 yards had
moved the ball down to the
Tiger 35, but for the second
time of the evening, an
Adkison pass'was intercepted
by the Tigers and returned to
the hTigr 34.
Six plays later, Tracy Lee
again put a damper on the


First downs
Yards rushing
Yards passing
Return yards
Passing
Punts, avg.
Fumbles
Penalties


Chip. PSJ
10 9
269 29
0 93
7 36
4-0-0 21-7-3
3-30.6 5-26.4
4-2 2-1
7-75 9-83


razzle dazzle play paid off for
the Sharks as Ashley Abrams
tossed the tailback pass to Kip
Altstaetter to set up a fourth
and six play from the Chipley
44.
Once again-the pass paid off
as Altstaetter grabbed an-
other Adkison pass at the 21.


Ashley Abrams, showing
some of his old pre-injury
style, made runs of nine yards
and two yards to give the
Sharks a first and goal on the
nine. One play later Altstaet-
ter made his fourth pass
reception of the drive for the
Shark touchdown. The Sharks


Running back Ashley Abrams drives hard for yardage
Friday night against the Chipley Tigers. Blocking for
Abrams is Kevin Nachtshelm, 34, and Jake Tankersley, 78.
Abrams showed almost normal playing form after being out
of action for six.weeks following a broken collarbone.


Gators ScoreWinOver PCS


The Wewahitchka Gators
took on the stubborn Panama
City Christian Crusaders last
Friday night and ground out a
16-0 victory to up their record
to 6-1 on the season. The
Gators are still ranked num-
ber eight state-wide in Class
1-A action.
The Gators scored in the


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

SASSY

Playing at St. Joe Bowling Lanes
Halloween Costume Party Sat., Oct. 31
Slst Prize $25.00 Free Keg Beer, 8 to 9


win Corey PhD.,SH.H.H
professor of Quiet


On TheFnest

- WalkeOMi


first three periods of the game
with Steve Stripling rambling
for two touchdowns and Tim
Price kicking an extra point
and a 45-yard field goal.
The Crusaders, who were
held to a total of 63 yards
offense, were not able to put a
point on the scoreboard.
Stripling scored first for the
Gators in the first period on a
one-yard plunge through the.
middle. Price kicked the extra
point and the Gators were
ahead to stay.
In the second period, Price


unlimbered his old kicking
foot and booted a 45-yard field
goal to put the Gators 10 points
ahead.
Stripling put the last Gator
tally on the board in the third
period, when he broke loose on
an 18-yard gallop. The extra
point try failed.
From then on, it was Gator
reserves who gained some
experience for next year and
held the Crusaders to a goose
egg for the night.
The Gators potent ground


Get Ready for


Homecoming

Homecoming is here again! Ann Ward, escorted by Greg
On November 6, the annual Wood. One of these girls will
Homecoming festivities begin be crowned Homecoming
at 4:00 with the Homecoming Queen that night at halftime
Parade. This year, the eleven by last year's Queen, Miss
girls elected to the Home- Paula Besore.
coming Court are: Katrina For the Homecoming foot-
Daniels, escorted by Frankie ball game, the Sharks will host
Williams; Mari -Harrison, es- the Bonifay Blue Defils with
corted by Roy Keith; Kelly kickoff time at 8:00.
McCain, escorted by Danny Following the game, there
McDermott; Bridgett McGee, will be the traditional Home-
escorted by Stefon Sims; Lori coming Victory Dance featur-
McClain, escorted by Pete ing live music by "SASSY"
Bell; Patty Raiford, escorted until 1:00 A.M., sponsored by
by Joey Hewett; Inga Smith, the Student Council.
escorted by Bryan Ernst; The Student Council will
Roma Severence, escorted by also have a special pre-game
Jim Hamby; Gaynell ceremony for class 2A state
Stephens, escorted by Gregg championship football team
Pierce; Jennifer Totman, es- from 1971, ten years ago. Each
corted by Mitch Fortner; and player will be introduced
individually by his old number
and position.
Before the game, at 6:30,
there will be refreshments
sg y .served at the high school for
*.Q U a i w the entire class of 1971.

ufflers* Homecoming

f the very best mufflers Refreshments
i. However,.you have to The Student Council of Port
ale ends October 31st. St. Joe High School will be
< for me at any of these serving refreshments to the
Walker Muffler outlets g graduating class and the
and save 25%. football team from 1971 at 6:30
in the Student Activity room at
the High School.
0 Auto Parts At 8:00 that night, the
Sharks will be playing the
ams Ave. Port St. Joe Bonifay Blue Devils for Home-
229-6013 or 227-1365 coming.
: All alumnae, football play-
ers, and cheerleaders from
the class of '71 are encouraged
to spread the word to be sure
to come out.

Golf Winners
St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club held the annual Men's
Club Championship tourna-
ment on Saturday and Sunday.
After 36 holes of medal play,
.,., ..-, '. ,, the winners were Kirk Parker,
." '- club champion; George Tap-
S~per, vintage champion and
Walker Manufacturing Billy Barlow tied with Marvin
Division of Tenneco Automotive Shimfessel for the senior club
championship.


attack chalked up only 137
yards, which is a small total
for them, but it was enough to
keep the Gators in control of
the ball, along with 21 yards in
the air. The Gators didn't punt
a single time in the game.
Tomorrow night, the Gators
will meet a strong Baker team
for the battle of the Gators.
The Gators will be on their
home field in Wewahitchka.
THE YARDSTICK
PCCWewa
First downs 7 9
Rushes, yards 38-20 30-137
Passsing yards 43, 21
Return yards 68 52
Passes 9-2-2 8-2-2
Punts, avg. 5-23 0
Fumbles, lost 1-1 1-0
Penalties, yards 8-92 13-111


went for two on the extra point
play and converted on an
Adkison to Altstaetter pass to
get eight points on the score-
board, with 7:49 left in the
game. -
Needing points desperately,
the Sharks went for the onside
kick .on the kick-off and


recovered the ball on the
Chipley 45 yard line, but were
unable to capitalize on the big
play.
The Sharks will sit out
Friday night with, an open"
date, getting ready for the big
homecoming game with Boni-
fay next Friday night.


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 fur-
ther information contact Clara Poteat, Deve-
lopmental Services Program Office, 450
Jenks Avenue, Panama City, Florida. Phone
799-8931.
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WONDER BAR

HALLOWEEN PARTY
Everyone in costume receives a Free
Rumkin. Prize awarded for best
costume. T-shirt drawing every hour.
Door prize drawing at 1:00.
HoWs'deouvres Live Music

Saturday Night, Oct. 31


PAGE EIGHT


Sharks hopes with an 11-yard
dash on a fourth and one play.
The extra point attempt was
good and the Tigers were up 21
points with 7:28 remaining in
the half.
On the Tiger's next posses-
sion, they moved the pigskin
down to the Shark 10 yard line
before the Sharks seemed to
find the tool to stop the Tiger
offense. The Tigers did man-
age to come up with a field
goal with only 55 seconds
remaining in the half. As the
half ended the Chipley Tigers
had managed 24 unanswered
points to take to the dressing
rooms.
The third quarter saw little
threat by either team until the
Sharks started their only
scoring drive late in the
period.
With 1:37 left in the third
period, Chris Adkison return-
ed a Chipley punt to the
Sharks' 19 yard line. With
second and eight to go, Kip
Altstaetter pulled in an Adki-
son pass and rambled 18 yards
to the Chipley 49. Three plays
later, Alan Sisk churned out
11 yards and a Shark first
down on the Chipley 38.
After running into a little
trouble, the Sharks were forc-
ed back to their own 45 yard
line with a third and 17. The
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Piggly Wiggly has a spooklacular variety .of candles, fruits
and other special treats for the tricksters for your seleclonl


Prices Eflective
October 28 November 3,1981
Umit Rights Reserved None Sold To Dealers


For Your Shopping Convenience
Piggly Wiggly Is

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


Stokely
GATORADE
Qt. 57
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Rainbow,
PORK & BEANS

7 ,: can

Showboat
SPAGHETTI
214 TSOz.
2c.-'..+ ,., an 7 9.

Trailblazer Chunk
DOG FOOD

2b399


U.S.D.A. Choie ^ A Lean Tender $1 88
RIB EYE STEAK U398 ALL MEAT STEW Lb.


Fresh Sliced U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless
BEEF LIVER .r 98 SHLDR. ROAST
Hickory Smoked Sliced (Family Pak) 1 Lean Tender 3 Down Pork
SLAB BACON Lb 118 SPARE RIBS .
Fresh Fryer (By the bag) Fresh Fryer (Family Pak)
LEG QUARTERS. Lb48 Legs or Thighs


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We sell ONLY U.S.D.A. Choice Beef, Top Grade Pork&
U.S.D.A. Grade "A" Fryers. For high quality meats at low
prices shop Piggly Wiggly Port St. Joe this week.





Kraft Everfresh Glazed White
Orange or G'fruit Juice DOUGHNUTS GRAPEFRUIT
.320.89 .oz..$1.29 51b.bag$ 1.29
BidgcBb ellu


Kraft Deluxe Sliced
American Cheese"
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Blrdseye Baby
BUTTER BEANS
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RED GRAPES
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T.V. Birdseye Collards, Mustard, Turnips Ga. Red
English Muffins GREENS Sweet Potatoes
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VFWAp
Reflective tape will be ap-
plied in a "Lite-A-Bike" pro-
Sgram to be conducted here by
'the Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Po, iPbst 10069.
i Tape will be applied to
;bicycles at Reid Avenue and
"Filrst St. on October 31, from
:o a00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Strips
:of reflective tape will be put on
'the rear fender or high-rise
S ar, handlebars, frame, front
;.forks and wheels of the
'bicycles, making each bike


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1981




Bike...


plying Reflector Tape Saturday


more visible after dark from
all angles. The highly reflec-
tive tape- the same type
material used in reflective
traffic signs and license
plates- is visible in the
headlights of an automobile.
The program places greater
emphasis on outlining the
shape of the- bicycle at night.
Drivers will no longer have to
guess what spots of reflected
light mean. The shape of the


Public Notices


I,. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
SNotice is hereby given that the under.
,,gned, pursuant to the "Ficllllous Name
MStatute", being Section 865.09. Florida
alules, will register with the Clerk ol
e'Circuit Court in and for Gulf County.
lorida, upon receipl ol proof ol public.
ion of this notice, the fictllltious name, lo-
,, AMERICAN FUNDING UNITED
S db/a THE MONEY SAVERS .
underr which the undersigned Is engaged
b.business In the City of Wewahitchka.
"The.partles Interested in the above-,
ii6 business are
^SOUTHERN'CALIFORNIA FUNDING,
INC., General Partner
GENSTAR PACIFIC FINANCIAL
CORP., Limited Partner
:.,Dated at Montvale, New Jersey, this
It day ofl August, 1981.
SOUTHERNN CALIFORNIA FUNDING,
C.,'as General Partner,. '
SWilliam F. Decey, President
S. 4tc 10-8
E' '. *---- '
-THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
SIV-DICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
.PORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
V CASE NO 81-159
' JOEPAPERMAKERS FEDERAL
EDIT UNION,
Z, 'Piainlif.
S0. GAINOUS AND WIFE.
CAROLYN AK GAINOUS.
befehdants.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
.; .. ...FORECLOSURE SALE
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to a
rFnal.Judgement of Foreclosure dated
l'the.lst day of October, 1981,. and entered
i'n'J'Case No. 81-159 of the Circuit. Court.
iFurfileenlt' Judicial Circuit, in and for
i'GuIfCounly,.Florida,"In the above-styled
ue-t.hat I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the North door of
3the GultlCounty Courthouse. In Port St
1i, Florida, at 11"00 am., EST on the
6Bth day of November. 1981, the following
described property in Gulf County,
iorrda.'as set fortn in said Final Judg-
.ment. "
'!..Lols lei), (10) and eleven (11), Block
-three (3j. Rish addition to the City of
.Wewahilchk. according to, Ihe of
:, .1clal plat thereof on file In the Office


of the Clerk of Circuit Court. Gull
County. Florida.
DATED this 51h day of October. 1981
JERRY GATES,
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By. isl Tonya Allan Deputy Clerk
41108
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage of
F GERALD SEXTON. Husband,
', Respondent.
And ;'; .
WIlLA LESTER SEXTON. Wife.
Petitioner.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: F. Gerald Sexton
202 Butler Street
Spring Hill. Louisiana 71075
YOU. ARE ;HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Petilllion or Disolution ol Marriage has
been llied'agalnsl'you This 'lligation in.
valves real property in Gull County,
Florida. described as:
Commence at the NE corner of the
NWW. of the.SWS'.ol Sect 31. T4S.
R9W. and run South 210 feel. thence .
run West 210 feet, thence run North
210 feel. thence run East 210 leel to
the Polhl ol'Beginning;'AND Lot 2,
Block 8. -Correclive Replat. Twin
Lakes Subdivision Unit No 1, accord-
ing to an official plat Ihereof on tile In.
the Office of the Clerk of Circuit'
Court, Gulf County. Florloa. AND Lot
4. arid the East 25 leea o Lot 3. Block
4, Unit No. 1. ofl Idlewood Park
Subdivision
You are required to serve a copy ot your
Answer or other response to Ihe Petition
on Petitioner's Attorney
ROBERT M. MOORE. ESO..
SP 0 Box 248' .
S Port St Joe. Florida 32456
andille Ihe original thereol in the Circuit
Court Cleri's Office. Gulf Counly Cour-
nouse. Port SL Joe, Florida. 32456. on or
before the November 5 1981 It you fail to
do' so. a Final Judgment tor the relief
sought may be ganleo by. Default
DATED thifils, the 51h day of Oclooer.
1981. .
JERRY GATES,
Clerk ol Circuit Court
By: aIsl Tonye D Allien,Depuly Clerk
4110-8


bicycle at night will closely
resemble its shape in daylight.
"Youngsters shouldn't be
out bike riding after dark, but
if they are, their bikes sho-lJd
have reflective tape," said
David Young, director of the
local "Lite-A-Bike" program.
He pointed out that some 800
persons are killed each year in
bike accidents, 62 percent of
them children under 14.
Another 28,000 persons are
injured each year in such


accidents. Four out of five
fatal bike accidents occur
after dark.
"The extra warning pro-
vided by reflective tape can
help save a child's life," the
V.F.W. official said.
In addition to applying tape,
V.F.W. members will inspect
the bikes for proper equip-
ment: horn or other signaling
device, headlight, rear re-
flector and functioning
brakes.


Traffic Accidents, Injuries, Deaths


Florida's traffic accidents,
inilries and fatalities in 1980
topped previous records, ac-
cording to the Florida High-
way Patrol's 1980 annual
analysis of accident records.
The heartbreak associated
with the injuries and deaths
and the huge economic losses
which are reflected in insur-
ance premiums, should serve
as a reminder to all Florida
motorists to drive carefully
and defensively.
Here are some of the
statistics developed by the
Highway Patrol:
In 1980 there were 357,720
traffic accidents involving
649,063 drivers. 204,264 per-
sons were killed or injured in
129,849 accidents. 2,571 fatal
accidents claimed the lives of
2,879 persons:


Cars, Darkness, Children


Spell. Halloween Trouble


Witches and ghosts aren't
the only possible dangers
awaiting trick or treaters on
Halloween night said the
Florida Highway' Patrol re-
cently.
''Traditionally, children
trick"'r 'treat at night. This
combination of cars, dark-
ness and. pedestrians can spell
trouble. We don't want to spoil
anyone's fun, just make mo-
torist'and pedestrians aware
of the hazards," said Colonel
Eldrige Beach, directorof the
Patrol.
For 'a safe night of trick or
treating, Beach advises. child-
ren to wear light colored
clothing or costumes. Lobk for
approaching cars before at-
temptig to cross the' street
and only cross at corners. Do
not wear" masks which can
blbck vision. Adults should
always' accompany small
children. Teire.: hold be one
or more flashlights minevery
Group to assist the 'trick or
treaters in avoiding obstacles
;and to .warn approaching
traffic '
Florida experienced 6,3941
pedestrian accidents in 1980.
and 664 of those involved one
or more deaths. Of all pedest-
rians 'killed, 157. were 19 or
younger in 'age..
"Motorists should drive


with headlights, not parking pedestrians of the car's pre-
lights at dusk. This warns sence," concluded Colonel
approaching motorists and Beach.


NEW BETHEL "
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227.1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAYSCHOOL ... .............. 9:30 AM.
MORNING WORSHIP ...... ........ 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ...... ......... 6:00 P;M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
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Corner 4th &Parker Ave.
-Invites You to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .... .. .. .'.... ...... 10:00 A.M."
MORNING WORSHIP ..... ............. 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY .......... ..... 7:30 P' yer Meetings
Nursery provided',
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The 1980 mileage death rate
of 3.8 deaths per 100 million
vehicle miles of travel is the
highest Florida has recorded
since 1972. Twenty-one per-
cent of all pedestrians killed
were crossing not at the


intersection or the crosswalk;
Fatalities increased 9 per-
cent from 1979 to 1980 and
accidents increased 4 percent.
Sixty-three percent of all
accidents occurred in urban
areas, but 60 percent of all


traffic deaths occurred in
rural areas;
The leading contributing
causes of accidents were
careless driving (40 percent),
failure to yield right of way (24
percent).


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCT. 29. 1981


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The Board of County Com- $192,193.03; Certificate of In- firm was core samples, but he cross-breeaing grass carp and
mission met September 8,1981 debtedness, I & S Fund, had received no report. bighead carp, is being looked
in regular session with the $59,081.56; Gulf County Health Comm. Gortman requested upon as Florida's newest
following members present: Unit, $32,032.17; St. Joseph the Board make sure ?ny potential biological weapon
Chairman James L. Tankers- Fire Control District, equipment belonging to the where aquatic plant problems
ley, Douglas C. Birmingham, $6,665.62, Tupelo Fire Control ambulance squad remain the exist.
Jimmy 0. Gortman, and Wil- District, $924.88; Overstreet same provided the hospital is Known officially as the
liam R. Branch. Also present Fire Control District, sold by the City of Port St. Joe. triploid grass carp hybrid, the
were Clerk Jerry Gates, Civil $1,139.89; Howard Creek Fire The Board agreed. r s as e arp o rtn
Defense Director-Bailiff Bill Control District, $1,380.52; Clerk Jerry Gates presented fish has a very important
Lamar, Road Superintendent City of Port St. Joe, the budget request of the characteristic. It is genetical-
Lloyd Whitfield, Administra- $340,493.65; City of Wewa- Honorable David L. Taunton, ly unable to reproduce, there-
tive Assistant Tommy Pitts, hitchka, $26,021.01; Northwest County Judge, in the amount fore assuring it can be 'con-
and Attorney.WilliamJ. Rish. ,Florida Water Management of $1,350.00. Comm. Birming- trolled by man.
The meeting camelto orddr District, $7,144.60; Sub-total, ham moved thel Board tenta- That is an important point to
it 9:00 a.m. .. ,~. $2,526,181.39; Discounts Earn- tively adopt the budget .re-'' Commission biologists who a
The Attorney opened the .-ed, $95,749:36; E & I List quest in the amount of'e ,o....
meeting with prayer:and the Approved, $16,478.77; County $1,350.00, which is 3 percent few years ago experimented
Clerk led the p ledge of al- Tax Certificates, $37,155.26- less than the previous year's with the grass carp to develop
legiance to the flag. Uncollected taxes due to court budget of $1,385.00. Comm new control methods for aqua-
The Board approved the orders, $1,270.00; Uncollected Money seconded the motion tic weed problems in Florida.
minutes of August 25, 1981 Taxes due to bankruptcy, and it passed unanimously. However, the original grass
unanimously. '. $9,050.22; for a Total of Clerk Jerry Gates presented arp were found to reproduce,
Roy Harper, Billy Harper, $2,685,885.00. All this com- the budget request for the asevidencedre by populations in
and other residents of White pletes the 1980 Tax Roll, I wish county attorney the amount a edencMissipby Rio-v an
City.appeaired Ibefore, the to be released from same; of $8,202.00 Cdmin. Birming- the Mississippi -River and
Board to iequest'the Board Upon motion by Comm. ham miov le the Board tenta- could potentially cause habi-
proceed with application for Branch, second by Comm. tively adopt the budget re- tat damage.
funds froik.F iersi-'Home Gortman, and unanimous quest'.iii'the amount of "We have worked diligently
Administration fo iitrue- vote, the Tax Collector was $8,202.00,~ wichis a 6 percent to find. a.fish that can be used
o-'. iof. Oa wa ateri? s in 'at, released from said roll, sub- increase. ir.the: previous compatibly in Floridas-fresh
.. .':WhiteCity.Attoeriy ,'then. ject to audit., year's b et of $7,790 00. -iater.-,,6 ....co tV.'"r.
i..j .ad~a. legtterrth 1_'l ihbeen ^.Administrative Assistant Com, chsconded the, .
. p l b,. t Not be Pitts e ipliined the revision in- motioni'adfit passed uiani- urch a' hdria,. naiad
maied to each resident of medicaid financing which mously -. uon such as bydrlla, naiad
-; White 6City explaining the 'could. adversly affect the Clerk Jerry Gates presented and pond weeds,'" said Forrest
sy sted.nd scHedulinganoth- Board's financial position the budget request for the jury' Warelhief ofthe Bureau of
er meeting to allow the The Board instructed Mr. commission in the amount of Fisheries Research with the
residents to appear before the Pitts to write Governor Gra- $200.00. Comm. Birmingham Division:.
.. Boardoncermg this matter ham- and' the Department of moved the" Board tentatively Waar said that preliminary
After discussion, Comm. Health and Rehabilitative Ser- adopt the budget request, results have shown there is a
Birmingham moved the Board vices in opposition to this which is the same amount as
file a pre-application with revision, the previous year's budget. potential in utilizing the spe-
Farmers Home Administra- Administrative Assistant Clerk Jerry Gates presented cial fish for just such a
tion for a- water system at Pitts told the Board the White the budget request for Circuit purpose.
White City, which would put City Fire Department was Court Operations in the When the Commission
the Board in a priority position having trouble with one of amount of $9,724.00. Comm. leaed ofth le -dve
for any funds available, but their fire trucks and he was Birmingham moved the eBoard leane "- newy-eveop-
which could be withdrawn at working with the Division of te ,dtilb adopt- the budget ed fish, a shipment was
any time if the residents of Forestry in an- effort to help- req..twhich is the same obtained in 1979 from- a
White City.did not want to go the fire department in this' a"h6i-inS the previous year's commercial hatchery. in'Ar-
through with construction of matter. m-m' '"' b t omnm. Branchlse-' kansas. -Under controlled set-
the systni Coni:i Gortman The Board approved travel ondedthe motion and it piassd tings, the fish were placed in
seconded Ithe mgtinon and it ..for Administrative 'Assistant unanimously. '" certain lakes to see what kind
passed unanimodsly.. The. Bjtts to the.director's-meetig t f action they wod take
Board agreetosend the., o the Foda An-Mosqto r Gates presented of action they would take
.,letter read earlier in. the "Conttol Association. thb e wii -a- sthydrilla, .a. non-native
.-meeting t16:tl .idents of -',Administrati've Assistant Treasurer to the Board pr ofplant.
.White eplainghe Pittstold the Board-he had ountyCommissionandClerk' 'It has been very interest-
syste onuitting thelastrenewed the utility perymita of .the Circuit" and Counrity ing anrd we are seeing some
pya-raph scheduling another' the Cable TV Com panmtal- Courts, in..the; amount,*of v vryposjT've results," said
"'-"me lefig.a lineat the beache ,d 648.0 w i' .ssian.W e r mentod that
..mortman-..-iovad -,a ..y setoard,*nA A
a .' ,,,Board ...;the.bi-, ^ihthe, 4uthorizih g thiesame. $2 0 .e ; f studiesaif0'e.continuing to de-
diese tA ck fot sitiiltary-i dmihf[trative Assistant ', 9600 ... termne the.overall effective-
landfill (opened at the". pre- Pitts informed the Board that ClerkJerryGates presented ness of the new fish.
;vious meeting) to Coffman the Army Corps of Engineers the budget for the Board of are said that early pro
A"Tentiannl TinP nf Dothnn had fnrd the easementfrom County Commission in the Ware said that early pro-
.,ernational, -Inc.. of Dohan, ha dound the easement from rress hasbeen encoura".
SAlabama as the 'lowest and Southwest 'Forest Industries amount of $291,923.26, which is gress has bee' encouraging.,
S .e.st'.bi&d.in.the- 'amounLofo e. uacceptab. tor.penof ley .212 .percent_ more than the He points to eight-ace ake'
No 4A40:Comi&i. Branch -ec-' Siough. 'He"i' lE( -p rviousne in eascvb bunrts dtb t
onded the lotion and it passed to' the Army Corps of Engi- $261,030.00.TheClerkexplain- was 93 percent covered with
..ihaniimusly. '.- neers whereby the County edthatthe budget includeda Hydrilla. Herbicide'treatmenta
.,Comibm Branch.,moved' the agreed to hold the Army Co rps20 ent increase in reti reduced the infestation to-
Boardiaward the bid on five of Engineers harmless in te men nefits mandated about 20 percent. He said the
trailers, 6ne dumping device, exercise of the provisions by. "the,'1"ida Legislature,. e- about 20 pierce nt. hybrsaid
fourpare,.wheels and. tires, Southwest in the hopes that it .,soc.l seI an s laced
one tarpi.aulin, -and,,one set of would clear- the matter up. insurancebenefits fortwo new to the acre into the lake andi
fendetrsopenedai"-the pre- Administrative 'Assistant employees inthe Road.D- 50 days there was no more.
vious-meeting,- t' Swacars, Pitts told the Board he is apartment, which were' et hydrilla.
Inc., of Valdosta; Georgia, in working on obtaininin permits from that budget earlier, and at two-acre Palm
the amountof $24, 97800, as. for work on the Ind an Pass one new. employee for in Also, at two-acre Palm ilarke
the lowest and' bt bidbased" Boat Slip -' courth-use-operation, 'which. inSeminole County similar.:
the lowes a'-an de "t bid base -Boat Slip. 'ubd d ot l notedd experiment reduced :the ny- .
upon personall inspection and 'Administrative Assistant budget mhad not .en-. voted eprima wh c y
'Com.-Go "---f.he'-prnduct.i "s.-"told ......-wd t o a radmoved' the,.,.Board table 'the blanketed the lake,to-approxi-.
6,amm.,.ifun,,i's ,c'e -e 'A -'ne-otara ,-... 'X^... --,, _, _,
motion. e The'i asd sud'e Palm Point budget' u. til saich ,tim, as teul ";a yA -erdqnt'coverage.
with Comm. Branch, G 7 6 t Clerk carinre-worik thle. bude t hough g a g stocking
man, and Tankersley voting man moved the Board author: to reflect action taken on e rate as used 125 fish to ann
aye. Comm. Birmingham ize a survey for a road to e t oa c rthmseot uero s acre because of 100.percent
voted nay. Palm Point' Boat Landing if s crththe"plantsoverage.'ofothe
-The Board received a bill required by St. Joe Paper Comm. Branch se mned only limited-plant regrowth
from St. Joe Natural Gas for Company. Comm. Birming- motion and it passe .unani
damage to gas lines made by ham seconded the motion and ously.
the contractor hired by the it passed unanimously .There being no further CARD OF THANKS
Board duringroad construc- ib .La .a .De business, the meeting' ad-
... rue 1o3WeLamar, CivlvDteDense turnedd
tion inside the City of Port St. director, told the Boar d he urned. The family of Rev. George
JoeTheBoard instructed not have a weather band Baker, -Sr. takes this op-
.'i .e., msr, radio. He also inquired into" NT m L ft .. portunity to thank the may--
to es the progress made in instal- friends and neighbors for their
Mrs. JoyA e 'ill"ams, Pr ling the Civil Defense genera- many comforting messages, -
i raiser, presented an tor .at Wewahitchka High k w floral tributes, and other
miolvedinsen outpetises School.Administrative Assist- ltm expressions of kindness dur-
-bill i ex ant Pitts told the Board that a 10)'_- -
as required by the trim bill. location suitable to school ing his sickness and our hour
The Board, having.previus officials had not been decide The following student was of bereavement.
approve d patyme i t of ill, uon.yetiComm. Gortman not included in the Port St. Joe May God shed his richest
subject to its being ite zed reed 'to look into this Elementary Honor Roll: blessings upon each of you.
instructed the Clerk to paythe matter. Tori Thompson, Grade two, ,. Rev. Baker was the father of
SComm Branch asked the All A's andlB's for.the'"first six .-Mrs. Mae Ella Gant of Port St.
Mrs. Eda Ruth Taylor, Tax Clerk the status of the 1981-82 weeks grading period Joe.
Collector, presented the list of budget. The Clerk said that
errors, involvencies, and dueto notification by the
double assessments for the Property Appraiser that there
1980 tax roll in the amount of was a delay m the tax roll the
-$16,478.77. She then presented Board needed to adopt the
the 1980 tax roll, as follows, same budget as the previous
and requested to be released year until such time as the
from same: Board could adopt a new
I was charged on the 1980 budget. Comm. Gortman
Tax Roll, $2,676.262.00; Pro- moved the Board adopt the
perty Appraiser. has added, some budget for 1981-82 as 'i/
$2,659.49;: Penalties added, 10-81 on a tentative basis -
$6,810.25; Sub-total, i ,til such time as the 1981-82 ~ '
$2,658,731.74; Undercharged ,d,',.-t is adopted. Comm. .. .
on Tax Roll, $153.26; for a total l.,.inch seconded the motion
of $2,685,885.00. a. it passed unanimously. W E SPEAK YOUR FOREIGN
I have remitted the follow- 'omm. Branch asked Ad-
ing amounts to the different ministrative Assistant Pitts if CAR'S LANGUAGE.
departments of state, county hei nad heard anything on the
and municipal government:. status of the investigation into It doesn't matter how far away your car was
School Board, $1,100,767.41';'- the paving problems on Sec- made, the rplacementpadsar'a General Fund, $758,237.05; ond Avenue in Beacon Hll made, the replacement parts a as.,close as
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PAGE THIRTEEN


Against Acquatic Weeds


Weapon

It is informally called a has occur
"weed eater" by some biolo- T
gists with the Division of The fish
Fisheries of the Florida Game toned tha
and Fresh Water Fish Com- tons hav
mission, percent r
The new fish, developed by followed
..-. initial snqh


Menu

Gulf County
School Lunch
;* Monday, N4vember 2
Cheeseburgel with bun,
mayonnaise and catsup, corn,
lettuce and pickle, fruit, mix
aidnidilk. .
STuesday, Novembe.3 '"
1,'ChickenC rice withki'gavy
-a.
Wednesday, November 4 ,
Battered dipped fish, cab-
bage slaw, baked beans, hush
puppy and milk.
thursday' November 5 -
Corn; dog, French-,-fries,
butted, early pas,-brownie
and. ,ilk, ,
'F4-lday, November6
Lasagna, cabbage ,slaw,
sliced peaches, roll and milk.
Menus are subject to change
due to the availability of foods.


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may contact the Division of headquarters of the
Fisheries at the Tallahassee mission.


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HIGHLAND VIEW

BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.
Welcome Friend
SUNDAY SCHOOL ......... ... ...... 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE .......... "11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) .............. 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7:30 P.M.


red," he said.
series official men-
at detailed investiga-
e indicated that 100
growth would have
in the wake of the
stantial reduction of
if the fish had not
ent.
her pointed out that
'e Lake Wildmere in
County where eight-
id carp were stocked
e of 50 per acre,
as held in check and
I slightly during the
wing season with the
gestation decreasing
percent to 47 percent.


Ware said that bass may
have eaten a significant num-
ber of the hybrids at the lake
and also at another experi-
mental site, Lake Sybelia in
Orange County.
Where the likelihood of
predation by bass is a problem.
the Commission recommends
that hybrids of 12 inches or
longer be stocked," he-said.
Research activities con-
cerning the hybrid grass carp
are being conducted at the
fisheries research laboratory
at Eustis.
The Commission requires a
permit be issued to anyone
possessing or stocking the
hybrid grass carp. Persons
interested in such a permit


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REPORT OF CONDmION

Consolidating domestic subsidiaries of the


Florida National Bank


of 'Port St. Joe


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published In response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency under title 12, United States Code. Section 161.

Charter number 14902 National Bank Region Number

Statement of Resources and Liabilities Thousands of dollars'
Cash. and due from depository institutions;................... ..... .............. 2,-183 -
U.S.Treasury securities ...... ......................... ..................... ........ 1 ,1 7 0
obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations ............................. 500 0 -
Obligations of States and political subdivisions 1 '
in the United States ........ ...... .. .. ..... ..... .... .. ...... 3,179.
All other secudi ties:.................................... ..... .... .................... 5 6 .
.; Federal fundsisold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ..................... 2,1 0 0 ..
Loans, Tbtal (excluding unearned income) ......... ......... 7,817 j
Less: Allowance for possible loan losses ............ ;... .78' ;a
Loans, Net .. .... . . . . ........... ....... ... .................... 7 39 '
Lease financing receivables ............. .... . ................................ None
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ........ 79
Real estate owned other than bank premises ............'. .. ............ .. .. ....... 29 .
All other assets ....... .... .. ... . ........ .. ... ............ . . . 314
TOTAL ASSETS .... ... . . ..... .. ...... ............... . ......... 18. 029
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships., .
and corporations . ... .. .. ............................. .................... 5 ,5 9 4 I
Time and savings deposits of Individuals, partner- ;
ships,. and corporations .. ... ................................. ......... ..... .. 5 26 3
Deposits of United States Government .... .. .............. .......... ........... 9 7 A -
Deposits of States and political subdivisions in
Sthe United States ... .... ... ................... ...... .. ................ .. ..... 4 .,1 3 8 :
All other deposits ............. ..... ..... ....................... ...... 16 7 .
Certified and officers' checks ......................* ................ ........... 87 .
Total Deposits ................... ... ... .... ............................. 15,258
Total demand deposits ........ ............ ......... .... 7,090
Total time and savings deposits .......... ............... i 8,168
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase .............. 9 50 I
Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to the U.S. Treasury and other
liabilities for borrowed money .......... . . ......... . . .................... None
Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases ............................... None .
All other liabilities .. ... ..... ...................................... ... 155
TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures)........................16, 363
Subordinated notes and debentures ............ ..... ... ... ................... None ..
Preferred stock No. shares outstanding None ........ (par value) | None I
*Common stock No. shares authorized 16.0Q O
No. shares outstanding 16,0 0 ........ (par value) 400
Surplus ...... .. ................................................ ....... 6 50 ..
Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves ....... ........... 616
TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL ...................... .................. ................... 1, 6F
.TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL ........................................... 18,7q .

Amounts outstanding as of report date:
Standby letters of credit, total ................................ ........... .. None .
Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100.000 or more ..... ............. 2,940
Other time deposits in amounts of $100.000 or more ............................... .None
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date:
Total deposits ....................................................... 115,489 I


le. the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this I. Glen W. Williams
statement of resources and liabilities. We declare that it has
sen examined by us, and to the best of our knowledge and Senior Vice President & Cashier
L.Senio :ic President &*IU C


of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this
Report of Condition is true and correct to the best of
my kn wledge and belief.

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