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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: February 18, 1982
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE STAR

Industry -Deep Water Port- Fine People Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1982


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Clerk of the Circuit Court Jerry Gates administers the Carl Guilford, Dick Lamberson, Bill Altstaetter, Ferrell
oath. of office to Chamber of Commerce officers Monday Allen, Mel Magldson (partially hidden behind Gates) and
night. Taking the oath from left to right are: Nolan Treglown, David Rich.


L. E. (Tommy) THOMAS
Speaker at annual Port St. Joe New Chamber president Nolan Treglown Crawford, retiring president, was presented
Gulf County Chamber of Is congratulated by Jerry Gates, right, as Bill with the plaque he is holding by Treglown.
Commerce banquet Crawford beams his -approval, center. --Star photd


Treglown Handed Reins of Chamber of Commerce
*O o w a n e e i *' .. '-; '" *'* ..


Nolani Treglown was installed, as,
the new president of the Port St.
Joe-Gulf County Chamber. of Com-
merce at the annual banquet meeting of
.-the Chamber Monday night.
Treglown and his corps of officers
were sworn in by Clerk of the Court,
Jerry Gates in a ceremony held in the.
.Commons Area of Port St. Joe High
School.
Other officers seated at the meet-
ing were David Rich, vice-president;
Mel Magidson, treasurer and Ferrell
-_Allen, secretary.


New directors, taking "office for
three year terms were Bill Altstaetter,
:Dick Lamberson and Carl Guilford.'.
Directors whose ftrins had expired
were Robert Nedley, Dave iMay and
F ed Witten. -
Retiring president, Bill trawford
.announced to tlie Chamber members
that a project of compiling a Business
Service Directory in cooperation with
the Pot Pourri Club had been com-
pleted. Services had been listed in the
directory at a small fee and proceeds
from the fees were .turned over to the


Port St. Joe' High School Band.
Crawford presented Band Parent Pres-
ident, Perry McFarland, a check for
$833.99.
Past president Crawford announced
that during the past year there were 17
new business establishments opened in
Gulf County, with'two existing busines-
ses doubling the size of their establish-
ments. He noted the presence of a new
industry, Materials Transfer, Inc.,-
which is presently under construction
in Port St. Joe.'
Crawford said the Chamber was


alive and well and had increased its
membership during the past two years,
with an increase noted already in this
new year. Crawford said the member-
ship rolls would grow. as the year
-progressed and the Chamber should
have its best year ever.
'Newly installed president Treglown
said he had an objective for the new ,
year for the Chamber to continue to
grow and progress and asked for the
cooperation of all the members to meet
this goal.
Monday's banquet was one of the


best attended of these annual affairs in
recent years,- in spite of the rain and
chilly weather which prevailed all day
Monday. Approximately 135 members
were present for the dinner, which was
prepared by the Port St. Joe Lions Club.
THOMAS SPEAKER
L. E. (Tommy) Thomas, a Panama
City automobile dealer and chairman of
the State Republican Party, was the
featured speaker at the banquet.
Thomas used the preservation of
the free enterprise system as his
subject for an entertaining talk.


During the times when he waxed
serious, Thomas challenged the Cham-
ber members to encourage the teaching
of the free enterprise system in the
public schools. "This nation was made
great gn the free enterprise system and
it's about the last nation on earth which
practices this business attitude."
Thomas said, "The last hope for the
free, world is the free enterprise
system. We need to change some
attitudes"of kids coming along or this,
great system will. die". The speaker
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City to Receive $400,000 Check


ButTheyWon't be AbletoSpend A Dime of It


Rand Wortman, new administrator of Wortman replaces interim administrator, R.
Gulf Pines Hospital here in Port St. Joe, took M. Castle, who has been here for four months.
over his duties at the hospital Monday. --Star photo



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Richard H. Malone, Execu- center purchased the hospital University of Miami Me
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al Center, is pleased to Wortman is a native of Ohio accepting the position
announce the appointment of and a graduate of Wright St. Bay Memorial Hospital
Land Wortman as Admini- College. He received his. nama City) three years
trator of Gulf Pines Hospital, M.H.A. from the University of Baptist Medical 'Ceni
"ort St. Joe, effective Febru- Iowa and. served his Admini- pleased to have Wortm
ry 15. strative -Residency at St. part of the growing 1
Wortman replaces R. M. Elizabeth's Medical Center in care team who is dedica
'astle, Interim Administra- Dayton, Ohio. After his resi- the delivery of excelled
or, who was placed in his dency, he held several admini- patient care to the' ci
position when the. medical strative positions with the which they serve.


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It wasn't a very exciting
meeting Tuesday night, when
the City Commission gathered
for its regular session, but
action was taken which would
make the City $400,000 richer.
For the past year and a half,
the City has been involved
with the Environmental Pro-
tection Agency to receive the
last payment of a promised
grant on the construction of
the Wastewater Treatment
Plant. EPA had been with-
holding 10 percent of the grant
which was made back when
the plant was under construc-
tion. Release of the final 10
percent the $400,000 was
delayed until a final audit of
the facility could be made by
EPA and substantiated by the
City.
Notification was received
this past week that the audit
process is complete and the
check will be forthcoming in
just a few days.
The only catch in the matter
is that the City can't spend the
money. It must go into a trust
fund to pay for repairs and
alterations to the plant which
EPA has required to meet
their changing standards.
SIGN CONTRACT
To help spend this $400,000,
the City Commission agreed to
a contract with Jones, Ed-
munds and Associates, engin-
eers Tuesday' night, to begin
design work on the several
items which need changing at
the plant, according to EPA.
The firm, of Gainesville, has
been employed on a job by job
basis, with the City having the
option of discontinuing the
contract at'ary point with a 14
day notice.
Jones, Edmunds and Asso-
ciates were employed from a
field of seven firms, after
intensive investigation and
interviewing by the Commis-
sion.


HOMES
Charles Tharpe appeared
before the Commission Tues-
day night as an interested
citizen to discuss a matter
which he felt needed attention.
Tharpe said that with the
present economic situation
and the current home market,
hq felt it would be in the
interest of young couples just
starting out to be able to
purchase and locate a modu-
lar home somewhere in the
City.
"It's disheartening to young
people today just starting a
household with the prices of
.houses and interest what they
are".
Tharpe felt the stress of
making a home was one of the
main causes of divorce among
young couples today, caused
by the frustration of not being
able to get started putting
down roots.
It was pointed out to Tharpe
that there were now several
modular homes in the city and
others could be brought in if
they met the square foot
requirements. There are no
allowances for wheeled homes
to be brought into the City and
the Commission felt this was a
definite need for the City's
future.
Mayor Pate told Tharpe it
was his information that a
private builder was now mak-
ing plans to build a mobile
home park near the City's
edge at this time and that the
City would give that party
every assistance possible in
getting the park established.
SEPTIC TANK
The Gulf County School
Board made a request of the
City to make no objections to
placing a septic tank on the
southern extreme edge of
their property on Niles Road.
The Board wanted to move
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Agreement


Reached by Teachers and School

Board Contract Negotiators


After a bargaining session Monday
afternoon, Gulf County Classroom Tea-
chers and the Gulf County School Board
have come to a tentative contract
agreement which will settle salary sche-
dules for the next two years in the Gulf
County system.
According to School Board negotiator
Temple Watson, the Board and the teacher
organization representatives have agreed
to the contract which, now needs the
approval of the teacher' organization
members for final approval. Watson said
yesterday this decision should be made
within the week. If the tentative pact is
approved, Watson said a contract should
be signed sometime next week.
'The teacher organization and the
School Board had already tentatively
agreed on the current year's contract in.
earlier bargaining, but acceptance of the
package hinged on what happened con-
cerning the contract for next year.
For next year's pay pact, the teacher
organization started with a request for 75
percent of all new money coming to the


county next year being set aside for
teacher salary increases. This figure was
modified to 65 percent in a bargaining
session last week. Monday, the percentage
figure was changed altogether and a new
formula agreed to by both parties.
Under the new agreement, teachers in
the county school system would receive a
minimum wage increase of 10 percent
in each salary step for next year. Still to be
negotiated for next year's contract are
several minor items which Watson said
should be worked out with no problem.
For the current year, which started
back last year with the beginning of the
school year, teachers have settled for a
$700 per teacher increase across the board,
a $10 increase in the board contribution
toward medical insurance and designation'
of part of the unused sick leave
accumulation toward a retirement pack-
age.
While other counties in the Panhandle
are having a struggle arriving at a salary
contract agreement, Gulf County has
settled its contract with relative ease.


Court Hands Down Sentences to Five


Sentences were 'handed
down in Gulf County Circuit
Court Monday of this week
after pre-sentence investiga-
tions had been made following
conviction in Circuit Court
recently.
Judge Larry Bodiford hand-
ed down prison terms in five
instances, sending three men
to prison for burglary and two
sentences for parole viola-


tions.
Maurice Lewis, 20, received
two 30-month sentences which
will run concurrently for
conviction of burglary and
grand theft.
Archie Daniels, 26, was sent
to prison for 18 months for
burglary of a structure.
Michael Dunn, 25, was also
sentenced to a 18 month term


in the state prison for convic-
tion of a count of burglary.
Leroy Gathers, 21, was
sent back to prison for parole
violation. He was serving an
18-month sentence when he
was released on parole. He is
still awaiting sentencing on a
January 1 conviction of distri-
bution of cannabis.
All of those sentenced were


from Port St. Joe.
SFreddie L. Granger, 21, of
Bonifay, had his parole revok-
ed after being arrested for
burglary in Holmes County.
He was on parole in Gulf
County and was sent back to
prison to serve a five year
sentence.
John Calvin Boykins, 19, of
Port St. Joe was given three
years probation and ordered


to pay $313 in court costs on a
grand theft conviction. He is
also awaiting sentencing on
additional charges.
Clifford R., Ake of Wewa-
hitchka was sentenced to
three years probation for
cultivation of marijuana.
Carlos Clayton Lucas, 22, of
Wewahitchka was also given
three years on probation on a
conviction of a burglary count.


Mayor Frank Pate early this week, to give
Mayor Pate the opportunity to purchase the
OOkie m e first box of cookies in the current sale. The
sale will continue through March 15, with the
It's Girl Scout Cookie time again here in Girl Scouts offering several varieties of
Port St. Joe and girls from Troop 47 and cookies for sale at $1.50 a box. Proceeds from
Brownie Scouts are out in force peddling the the cookie sale helps support Girl Scout work
sweet tid-bits. In the photo above, Girl Scouts in the county and the district for a year.
Alana Richardson and Wendy Groos corner -Star photo


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FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 25


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:Editorials and Opinions


THE STAR
PAGE TWO THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1982


- -.Seems Like A Fair



Solution


If you give a problem enough
tine, someone will work out a
solution.
*.: In Florida's case, we have
messed around and put a substantial
4-imnber of home owners off the tax
paying rolls by being generous and
lhking the homestead exemption to
.25,000 after remaining at $5,000 for
timany years.
% We'll go along with the thinking
ifthat real estate and improvements
:are worth a lot more today than they
.were when the $5,000 exemption was
:Tifst put into practice. The exemp-
'io n rate of $25,000 was just a little
much, exempting all taxes for a
AIge number of people who were
sing and expecting the services
,id for by those taxes to be
continued in a first class manner.
,'^ Ironically, those who received
the total exemptions were among
*O se who depended on the services
paid for with tax dollars the most.
A bill was brought out of the
grab bag this past fall which would
tax the first $5,000 of value on real
estate and exempt the 'next $25,000,
causing every home owner to pay at
least a small amount of tax. On the
surface this seemed a fair thing to do
but it was brought up that those who
glyed in a $5,000 home were probably



i Devasta

3 It is now almost certain that the
itate of Florida will not receive the
come it expected in the next fiscal
%ear because of a slow-down in the,
egonomy.
: How are our state leaders
Inning to cope with that shortfall
money? The first word we saw on
Sae subject was a penchant to raise
ies. Tack on another penny .to the
res tax-and keep business going as
usual.
That would do it all right. If the
&te government approves another
fennny sales tax we can just keep on



S Maybe

1 We see where CBS TV is
preparing a mini-series on the
Civil War to be shown in the fall
ind open their new viewing
t season.
We're anxious .to see it.
With TV's habit of ignoring the
actual events in-order to make
t their story more entertaining,
W this latest version of the Civil
War may end with the South
Spinning!


the least able to pay the tax on that
home.
So, enter State Senator Richard
Langley of North Lake Mineola, who
has now introduced a bill which was
approved by the Senate Rules and
Calendar Committee, which would
exempt the first $5,000, tax the
second $5,000 and apply the remain-
der of the $25,000 exemption on all
over a value of $10,000.
That seems to take the sting out
of the burden for those home owners
who live in $5,000 homes and still
allow the average home owner to
pay a little toward, the education of
'his children, keep his roads up,
provide police and fire protection
and maintain other government
services.
We like that bill.
On top of giving relief for the
very poor, the bill would also exempt
those 65 and over from paying the
tax on the second $5,000 exemption.
While the publicity on the new bill
didn't say, we surmise that those 65
and over will still receive the $25,000
exemption on the first value of their
homes and be taxed on all over the
exemption.
That seems a fair solution and
we hope it meets with a kind
reception.



tingBlow

keeping on as we have in the past
and the government will never know
the difference.
The people will, however.
In these times of economic
recession, we here at The Star have
had to cut back our spending to
make our money come out even at
the end of the month. There was no
extra penny we could, tack on
-someplace ,to make'. up the short-
fall. We expect you are meeting the
financial crisis in the same manner.
When money gets short one
can't keep things going as usual.
Some adjustments have to be made.
We feel this should be no
different for the state of Florida. The
people of the state are ,already
suffering from financial distress,
just as state government is. Why
should the people suffer more
distress just so the state government
won't have to?
Rep. Steve Pajcic, chairman of
the House Finance and Tax Commit-'
tee says, "We're going to have to-
raise taxes just to hold on to what
we've got. This is really a debilitat-
ing and devastating blow to the.
state."
It's a debilitating and devastat-
ing blow to those of us who have to
pay the state's bills also, Mr. Pajcic.


e i caught the first of the blanket of azaleas which cover this part of the south,
A zaleas Herald Spring starting to put out their colorful blooms as the weather turned to a balmy 84
degrees on Tuesday. Later in the week, a few red buds could be seen putting out
We hate to keep rubbing it in on our northern friends and subscribers, but their delicate pink blossoms to herald the spring. It is only a matter of a few
the weather is getting real fine here in the Panhandle, between showers, while weeks now until all signs of winter will be gone in this part of the country.
they are still in the grips of ice and snow. This week, The Star photographer -Star photo


Watching the World Go By...


Owe Debt to Christian Teachers


By Adolph Bedsole"
Pastor, Wewahitchka
First Baptist Church
America owes an eternal
debt of gratitude to the
thousands of Christian teach-
ers in our public schools.
Though limited by law on
what they can legally do'in the
classroom, Christian teachers
are able to.impart Christian
moral and .ethical standards
simply by their presence in
the schools and by the lives
they practice before the stu-
dents.
Some liberals have accused
Christian teachers of "boot-
legging"'Christianity into the
classrooms. Many courageous
Christian teachers go ahead
and weave some Biblical
principles into lessons or
activities of the day.
Humanistic liberals accuse
such' teachers of being two-


faced hypocrites. They say
that Christians are to obey the
laws of the land.
But the outlawing of Bible
reading and prayer in the
schools was never made a law
of the land by. the U.S. Senate
or.Congress. It was done by a
Judicial decree by the Su-
preme Court of the United
States. Thus, the Supereme
Court usurped the authority of
the Congress and took upon
itself legislative authority.
Therefore, such Christian
teachers are not violating the
law of the land. They are
simply ignoring a decree by
the Supreme Court which had
no authority to make such a
ruling in the beginning.
And, for. those who believe in
the Bible, there is a higher law
than any men may make. That
is the law of God.
The Great Commission
charged Christians to go'into


all the world and preach the
gospel to EVERY. CREA-
TURE. This commission fur-
ther charges Christians to
teach "them to observe all
things whatsoever I have
commanded you." This is a
divine mandate from. God
which supercedes any man-
date created by man. There-
fore, Christian teachers who
inject Christian principles and
teachings to boys and girls are
not only not hypocites but they
are simply courageous follow-
ers of the God of creation.
Remember in Acts' 5 how
that the man-made "authori-
ties" of the day imprisoned
the early' apostles. because
they were following the man-
date of the Great Commission.
When they were brought be-
fore the council, the high
priest reminded them that
they had been forbidden to
teach in this name.


"We -ought 'to obey God
rather than men" answered
Peter and the other apostles.
Why not-turn to Acts 5:29-42
and get the conclusion of the
matter?


Many of the teachers' in our
schools merit combat pay.
Yet, they hang there and do
their best.
Ladies and gentlemen, sa-
(Continued On Page 3)


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR...
C. -4


Dear Mr. Ramsey:
' Would like to take this
opportunity to thank the
people of Gulf County for all
the cards, letters and flowers
that I received while in
Pensacola participating in the
Florida Junior Miss Program.
One thing that I could not help
noticing was that the girls
from the larger counties did
not receive this kind of
support and encouragement.
It made me even more thank-
ful to be living in an area


where people care about each
other.
My Junior Miss experience
is one that I will always
remember, and the scholar-
ships that I won will be a big
help in my first year of
college.
Again, my appreciation for
all the kindnesses shown to
me.

Sincerely,
Jennifer Totman


Valentine Day

I 1HAD A HARD time getting by was a ci
alentiie's Day this year. I couldn't growing fa
%ke 'out what I should get for risk it at th
IFrehchie and call it a Valentine. with the g
'MThe neighbor's roses hadn't bloom- them home
3 yet, so thatdid me out of giving her a
Ceuguet of roses. Giving her roses
btild have been pretty risky anyhow. I
I ave to depend on a sneak into neighbor
ftllSich's yard at night in order to give
I:Refichie roses. Bill and Betty have
toved their roses into the back yard
inside a chain link fence which.
iniplicates matters almost as much as -
,:,,eir not being in bloom.
S I couldn't give her candy because I
a having to cut down a pound or two.
Iei in spite of all my resolve to settle
ir 1 child's portion on Thanksgiving more than
aid:Christmas, I'm still about eight or I dug u
1n pounds over my normal weight, so I old abandc
Save to exercise all my will power to these in, t
at that eight or ten pounds off before for that. S
#gxt Thanksgiving and Christmas rolls scraggly a:
around. Candy was out. be called
3 I couldn't give her a valentine card I took 1
cause all the cards at the drug store the church
aMre too mushy. After our sixth child get credit i
Vs born, we found out all that mush either. She


Caught Me Unprepared...


contributing factor to our,
family and we just couldn't
is stage of the game. At least
grandchildren, we can send
e when their noise gets to be




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we can really bear.
ip six small azaleas from an
ned homestead and brought
but Frenchie woul-dn't settle
he didn't consider six small
zaleas as adequate enough to
a Valentine.
her out last Thursday night to
Valentine dinner and tried to
for that, but that didn't work
said I was going anyhow and


'AD _


.wouldn't settle on me giving her a ride
to and from the church as adequate for
Valentine's day.
Since Valentine's Day fell on
Sunday, that prevented me from


practicing my usual gift giving habits
and purchasing one at the last minute..
. the last minute being just before store
closing time on Valentine's Day.
So, what I would up doing was
giving her an IOU for next Valentine's
Day. Next year Valentine's Day should
fall on Monday, so maybe I can come up
with a better solution than I did this
year.


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PHONE 227-1278
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456

SECOND-CLASS POSTAGE PAID
AT PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THE NUCLEAR REGULATION
Commission is struggling to come up
with guidelines for the safe operation of
nuclear power plants around the nation.
The commission wants to draw up


guidelines and make requirements
which will guarantee that nobody will
be killed in an accident at a nuclear
power plant. That's an admirable goal,
but it does seem sort of unrealistic to
expect something mechanical to be
accident free.
I read in the Tallahassee Democrat
just last Friday where an electrical
.worker in Tallahassee was killed
because of an accident with a hot high


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line.
I wonder if the power that coursed
through that wire was generated in a
nuclear power plant? I feel the dead
man would rest better if he knew his
demise wasn't caused by nuclear power
plants.
A MOM WENT ON strike in
Ramon, California last week. She
posted a sign in her yard that she was
no longer the maid, cook, driver, laun-
dress, gopher, or money-changer for
her nearly grown kids until further
notice.
That poor mis-guided .mother ex-
pected her kids to learn how to take
care of their home just like she did.
The striking mother placed her
18-year-old's dirty laundry on the front
porch right beside the sign which
declared that she was on strike.
If that striking mother, who, by the
way, excluded her husband from her
strike target, stuck by her guns, I
imagine that 18-year-old had to suffer
the agony of doing her own laundry. At
last, someone has come up with a strike
which will do some good.


SIX MONTHS IN-COUNTY. $5.00
OUT OF U S ONE YEAR. $14.00


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Tides

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


I love it!

ANOTHER YOUNG LADY right
here in Florida was also incensed last
week.
This young lady; a teen-age girl in
Okaloosa went to court, filing suit
against the school board of that county
because they had dropped her from
school and refused to let her ride the
school bus.
The young lady was accused of
slashing the school bus driver with a
broken bottle and for that she was
placed on restrictions by the school
board.
The young lady said her confronta-
tion with the bus driver was provoked
by the driver abusing her with racial
slurs.
Who said, "Sticks and stones may
break my bones, but words will never
harm me"?
I'm just mightily afraid that should
a young lady come at me with a broken
bottle with cutting on her mind, I would
use a few slurs her way also. even if
she were white.


is feet above or below the
mean water line.


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High Ht.Low Ht.
1945 1.1' 550 -.3
2034 1.2 636 -.4
2119 1.2 714 -.4
2209 1.2 752 -.4
2254 1,2 834 -.3
2338 1.1 902 -.3
924 -.1
27 1.0 942 .0


Had to Settlefor An IOU


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Wesley R. Ramsey .......... Editor and Publisher
William H. Ramsey Production Supt.
Frenchle L Ramsey .............. Office Manager
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offered the opinion that it was the free
enterprise system which has made this
country great enough to do what it-has
done in the world over the years.
Thomas said students today need to
be taught how free enterprise has built
the nation. "Many feel business has
exploited the nation but the truth needs
to be spread that there is a thin profit in
private business. This thin profit is the
incentive to run a business in a manner
which is beneficial to the customer or
the business soon dies", Thomas said.
Thomas defended Reaganomics as
being what would pull the nation out of
the financial doldrums it finds itself in


Count

Blue
The Methodist Men's Club of
the First United Methodist
Church will be sponsoring


City-

in a portable classroom to the
property for use by the adult
school program, There is no
sewer main available at the
southern edge of the school's
property and there is .not
enough gravity fall to the
existing school sewer main -
some 1,000 feet away to tie
into that system.
The Board said it had no
objection but stipulated the
School Board would be ex-
pected to tie into a sewer line
just as soon as it became
available.
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business items, the
Commission:
Agreed to install a cooling
unit in a control room at the
Wastewater Plant. -
Agreed to meet Friday
morning in a workshop to
discuss employee matters.
Agreed to allow a vari-
ance for Mrs. Walter Brown to
place a one chair beauty shop
at her home.


at the present time.
"This cat didn't get pregnant
overnight. It took 50 years for us to get
into this condition and it is not going to
be corrected overnight. Our present
financial program has resulted in a
trillion kittens (the national debt) and
people like Tip O'Neill acts like he
doesn't recognize a one of them."
Thomas declared that America was
in the "hang-over" period after 50
years of debauchery with our economic
future. "When the hang-over is finished
with, we will be in good health once
again", he said.


Summing .-;' "homas said, "Amer-
ican are wonac-! 1 people, but they
are the dog-gondest people in the world.
They'll get themselves in trouble and
*then work like beavers righting the
situation." He declared that it was now
time for that work to right the situation.
"We don't have a lot of time to get it
done", he stated.
As an example of his statements,
Thomas quoted a statistic, saying there
were 696,000 guitars sold in the United
States last year "and only 5,000 sets of
lessons.. How are those other 691,000'
going to learn to play their guitars?"


ry-Gospel Sing Fri

Ridge Quartet Featured Artists
their big gospel country sing At least three groups will be any part of the pi
Friday night in the Coliseum appearing in the four hour Tickets are now on'
of Port St. Joe High School. program, featuring the Blue $3.00 for adults and $


ntinued From Page 1)


Watching
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lute your Christian teachers.
They deserve your apprecia-
tion, your prayers and your
support.
Think back- you can date
the beginning of the deteriora-
tion of the public schools of bour
nation to the Supreme .Court
decision to outlaw Bible read-
'ing and prayer.
Many feel that the public
school system of our nation
could not have .survived with-
,out the presence there of
Christian -teachers.
So, as you watch the world
go by, keep an eye' on what
happens in the schools.
Christian schools, operated
by Christians or by churches,
may be the only answer to the
problems. facing the public
schools.


Ridge Quartet of Spartanburg,
South Carolina and two local
groups.
Appearing on the program
with the nationally famous
quartet, which features Jim
Wd60d of Port St. Joe will be
the Oak Grove Assembly Trio
and the Sunset Travelers.
The program will begin at
7:00 p.m., and continue until
11:00 p.m., with those attend-
ing welcome to stay for all or


program.
sale, at
$2.00 for


students.
The Blue Ridge Quartet has
many records to its credit and
has: appeared on television'
on many occasions. The group
also appears regularlyon a
syndicated. television show.
They have been labeled the,
best show group on the road
today. The quartet appeared
at the Ocean Opry in Panama
City last week end.
The group features four
vocalists and four musicians.


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Four Cars Collide In Crash


Four cars collided in a chain
reaction accident last Friday
afternoon, according to Port
St. Joe Police Department
officials.
Chief Roy Robinson said the
vehicles collided at the inter-
section of Fifth Street and
Highway 98 about 5:00 p.m.,
when the lead vehicle of the
four stopped to signal for, a left


Sheriff

Goes Under

the Knife
Gulf County Sheriff Ken
Murphy, underwent surgery
on Monday of this week.
receiving a tiiple by-pass in a
Pensacola Hospital.
Murphy was examined by
doctors last week who found
blockage in one of his arteries
leading to the heart.
According to word received
yesterday, Sheriff Murphy is
already sitting up, talking and
taking light nourishment. He
should be able to come home
within seven to eight days,


GREAT DAY'S


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Adult Institute Advisory
Council Meeting March 1


The Advisory Council for the
Gulf County Adult Institute
will meet at 2:00 p.m. EST on
March 1, to determine the
needs of the community on- a
continuing and systematic
basis in. regard to adult
education. Throughout the
year, the council conducts
meetings as deemed- neces-
sary or helpful.-
Members of the council for
1981-82 are: A. O.-Boyett, Mrs.


Myrtice Dean, James J. McIn-
nis, Mrs. Charles W. Norton,
Cecil R. Pippin, R. E. Simon,
Mrs. Donna E. Walker, Joseph;
Walker, Edwin G. Williams,
and Miss Pamela Renee Wil-
liams.
The Gulf County Institute
does not discriminate on the
basis of race, religion, nation-
al origin, sex or handicap. It is
an Equal Opportunity Agency.


OBITUARIES

Broward Wood Dies In


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Hospital After Long iness
Broward Wood, 77, of Bur- City, and Clarice Vessels of
gess Creek, passed away Midwest City, Okla.;' nine
Sunday morning in Gulf Pines grandchildren, two. great
Hospital, Port St.,Joe, follow- grandchildren; and two
ing an extended illness. He sisters, Eva Hall of White
was a retired employee of the City, and Mary Wood of
Florida Forestry Service after Chattahoochee.
working there for 14 years. Funeral services were held
He was a resident of this area at 1:00 PM EST Tuesday at
for the past 30 years. the Comforter Funeral Home
Survivors include: his wife, l, conducted by the Rev.
Mrs. Broward Wood, Burgess .David Fernandez. Interment
Creek; three sons, Edwin A.. een
C k o threess Rug followed in the-family plot;_01d
Wood ofBurgessCreek, Ru Shiloh Cemetery, Calhoun
sell Edenfield of Bayou County
George, and Marvin Wood of .1:
Cottondale; three daughters, All services were under the
Geneva Barfield of Hebron, direction of -the Comforter
Ind., Wanna Grace of White Funeral-Home.

Clyde White, Former Resident,,
Dies Suddenly At Home


.Clyde Alexander White of
Blakely, Ga.,.formerly of Port
St. Joe, died at his residence
Monday, February 8 following
a short, illness. White was
purchasing agent for the
Great Southern Paper Com-
pany;:
Born in Marianna, Nov. 15,
1933, he was the son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Alexander White. He was a
member of the Southside
Baptist Chirch, a Mason and
Shriner and a veteran of the
Korean War.
- Funeral services were held
Wednesday, February 10 in


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the Southside Baptist Church
with the pastor, the Rev. Billy
Sunday, assisted by Rev. J. C.
Odum. Interment was in the
Friendship Cemetery in Don-
alsonville, Ga., with deasons.
of the church serving at pall
bearers.
Survivors include his wife,
Mrs, Shirley McLemore
White; two daughters, Misses
Alexia and Vivian White, all of
Blakely; two brothers, J.C.
White of Bainbridge, Ga., and
Freddick White of California;
one sister, Margaret Moulton
of Donalsonville, Ga.


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turn into Fifth Street toward
the Bay.
Two of the vehicles came to
a stop beit.nd the car attempt-
ing the left turn and the third
car in the line was struck from
the rear by vehicle number
four. causing the chain reac-
tion. collision which involved


all four vehicles.
The first auto in the chain
was from Mississippi. The
driver of vehicle number two
was Barbara Porter Watts of
Port St. Joe. Richard King
Watts was driving car number
three and Alice Marie Crowell
of Mexico Beach was driving


the fourth auto in the string.
Mrs. Crowell and Richard
Watts were taken to the Gulf
Pines Hospital for examina-
tion for possible injuries.
The accident was invest-
gated by officer James
Graves, who still has the
mishap under investigation.


Two of the f6ur automobiles damaged in a here. Only minor injuries were reported.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1982


Miss Totman Wins


Award At State Pageant
*JenniferLee TotmanofPort Homecoming Court. scored by Kraft, Inc., is an
". Joe was named the Kraft Jennifer hopes to attend ancillary competition of the
Hostess .Awards winner. re- Florida State University in Florida Junior Miss program,
gentlyy at the Florida Junior Tallahassee where she will which recognizes and rewards
i'Miss finals held in Pensacola. study accounting. outstanding high school senior
T.L Unufce watW b pir vn5J.A J


S- Jennifer was awarded a $300
-cash scholarship, a gift of
i :Kraft cheese, and the Kraft
.:Cpokbook : for her entry,
.,,ASouth-of-the-Border Fiesta,"
:a .buffet for 12 classmates
,from her beginning Spanish
class. Jennifer transformed
her patio into "old Mexi'o"
'wbh straw baskets filled with
.brightly colored paper flow-
ers, earthenware pottery and
a Mexican meal including
Ssarsaparilla, enchiladas and
Salemendrada with "sombrero
% sauce."
SA senior at Port St. Joe High
iSchool, Jennifer was the re-'
Scipient of the International
SForeign Language Award,
Sandis a member of the Socibty-
of Distinguished American
High School Students, and the
Honor Band. She is the Senior-
Class Secretary, Band Cap-.
tain and was a meniber of the
Beauchamps'
Children To
SHonor Them
S The children of Mr. and
Mrs. James (Bill) Beauchamp
are honoring their parents on
their 30th wedding anniver-
sary Saturday, February 20th,
*from 6-8 p.m. at the Beau-
IchamO residence in Saint
'Creek.
All friends and relatives of.
the couple are invited to
tittend to help celebrate this
special occasion.


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Thursday, Feb. 18
9:30 A.M. to5:30 P.M.


Peace T
"To Promote an Enlighten-
ed Public Opinion" is the
1981-1982 National Theme. of,
the Daughters of the Ameri-
Can Revolution and it was to
do just that that Congressman
Zarl Huttb; U.S:. Representa-
tive of the First Congressional
District, visited the St. Joseph
Bay Chapter of Port St. Joe at
the time of the regular Janu-
ary meeting at the Garden
Center on Eighth Street. With
him were three of his Aides:
B: Mrs. Carole Biven, District
Administrator from Pensa-
'.s cola; Mr. Earl Haddaway,
se District Administrator, Pana-
at, ma City; and Colonel Tom
.0 Tamura, 'Admihistrative As-
r. sistant, Washington, D. C. The,
's speaker and his. staff were
st presented by Mrs. James B.
ve Roberts, Chairman of Nation-
al Defense.


The Cumberland School of.. Speaking on the importance
Law is fully approved by all
national and state agencies.
The student bodyconsists of .
more than 700 students from if
alniost eiry state asd sev l
al foreign countries.


Mission
Group H
Met Monday- .
Mrs. George'Suber and Mrs.
Morgan Jones were co-hostes-
ses to Mission Group fl on
Monday. Fourteen members
were present and served re-
freshments from a lovely tea
table prior to the business
meeting.
Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr. gave a
most interesting program on
the origin and meaning of
"The Apostles' Creed." She
explained the meaning of the
word "Creed", from the Latin
word "credo", meaning "I
believe'-"'also, explaining the
twelve doctrines in the Creed.
Plans for the Fashion Show ,
and Luncheon to be held on
March 31st were discussed
and committees appointed.
Mrs. Edith Stone invited the
group 'to meet with her in
March.

CARD OF THANKS
Many thanks to our friends
and neighbors for the food,
flowers and other expressions
of friendship extended during
the loss of our husband and
beloved father. :
The family of .a.
Lawson Denton ha


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Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Nichols
ve announced the engage-
an nn nrnhin sr


mentill, anu appiroaci ingi mar-
riage of their daughter,
Teresa Ann, to Dennis Neal
Griffin, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0.
E. Griffin, all of Port St. Joe.
Teresa is a 1979 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and a
1980 graduate of Gulf Coast
Community College.
Dennis is a 1977 graduate-of
Port St. Joe High School and is
presently attending Southern
Technical Institute in Mariet-
ta, Georgia.
The wedding is planned for
.:April 2 at 7:00 p.m. at the Long.


through Strength
of National Defense, Con- that the economy is moving in
gressman Hutto emphasized the right direction. He sup-
the need -for Anmerica to ports the President on his
maintain peace through policy of government spend-
strength. He said that defense ing. He favors reducing the
spending. must increase in size of government. in Wash-
order to build up conventionub- 'ington andplaeing.more re-
military strength: that his sponsibility on local govern-
recent tour of military bases. ments. He supported tax cut
had given him first hand legislation. He said most of his
knowledge of our defense constituents favored a bal-
capabilities and. discussed anced budget, and .that we,
several missile projects have must keepL working on infla-
been authorized; that though .tion. The speaker also dis-.
the U.S. is ahead of the Soviet: cussed Social Security, energy
Union in technology, there is a and social programs, and said
real threat from the Russians, that we should not be discour-
and Poland and Iran are aged because in our beloved
examples of Soviet strength; America we have a lot going
-that we must be very careful right for qs!
to spend our tax' dollars In addition to Representa-
correctly; and that we must tive Hutto and his Aide,. the
'do something about recruit- following guests were re-
ment and retention in the gistered: Mrs. John Robert
armed forces. Smith, guest of Mrs, Paul'
SCoLgressman Hutto feels Fensom; Mrs. J. A. Fletcher
Smith and Mrs. Minnie B.
Greene of Blountstown, guests
of Mrs. Ireta Melvin. Mrs.
Basil Kenney and James B.':
Roberts were also registered,
and the hostesses were Mrs.
Glenn Boyles, Mrs. R.. W.
Childrsnd 'Mrs. J. .
Melvin. "


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relatives are invited to attend.

Music Program

At New Bethel
The musical program of the
Concern Christian Society will
be held Saturday at 6:00 p.m.
at the New, Bethel Baptist
Church with Rev. R. Spencer
as the host pastor,
Monies collected at the.
prograin are used to aid the
needs of the sick and shut-ins.


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Mexico Beach Sets

Beauty Pageant


Two Youths Attend

Presidential Classroom


The Ninth Annual Mexico
Beach Beauty Pageant will be
held at the Mexico Beach
Chamber of Commerce Build-
ing on May 1 at 7:00 P.M.
(C.S.T.).
The Chamber is looking
forward to, the crowning of
another lovely local Miss
Mexico Beach to represent the
community for the coming
year. This annual event is in
conjunction with the Mexico
Beach Ling Tournament Fes-


Friday-was an exciting day
around Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr.
High School. The Port St. Joe
ChApter of the National Junior
Honor Society. sponsored its
Annual Student-Teacher Day.
Many of the seniors got an
opportunity to.try.their hands
at spme of the daily tasks
performedby their instructors
[and administrators. These
students were in charge of


running the school for a day, homes.
and if the number and the size '
of the paddles they carried 'This event was sponsored by
were any indication as to what the' Junior Honor Society
they see as a lacking, but members as part of their
needed, part of the institutions leadership training in that
"of learning for today's young they must plan and execute
people, then the Florida Legis- the entire activity. This in-,
lature has a job" to redo eludes seeing that every in-
concerning corporal punish- structor is given the chance to
ment in the schools, and select a senior student-teach-
maybe the parents in the er, acting as teacher-assistant


tival. This year there will be
three categories: Miss Mexico
Beach, ages 15-18; Young Miss
Mexico Beach, ages 12-14; and
Little Miss Mexico Beach,.
ages 9-11, with first runners up
in each category. You must be
a Beach resident, or be
sponsored by an active
Chamber member. Sponsor
fee for each contestant is
$10.00. The winners will re-
ceive crowns, trophies, rib-
bons, gift certificates, cash


Garden Club Selling

Caladium Bulbs


for the day, as well as making
sure that only senior-teachers
get the cookies and punch
prepared by the lunch room
staff.
The:nine Junior Honor So-,
ciety Members and the sixty-
five seniors who participated
gained many positive thoughts
from their experience. One.
being that, the seat up front
seems to. be a soft cushion
when you are looking out of
the. eyes of a student, but
suddenly becomes hard when
you actually sit in it as an
administrator or teacher.


Mrs. Ruth Nance addressed
the February meeting of the
Port St. Joe Garden Club.
-Members were given instruc-
tions on container gardening,
and information on growing
tomatoes, including a new
variety, Dr. Walter, were also
shared. Prizes were awarded
to Mrs. Agnes Culpepper and
Mrs. Lucille Suber.
Club: Treas'urer,'" Mrs.
Frenchie Ramsey, announced
that caladium bulbs will ar-
rive this week. Bulbs will be
available at The Star and from
,Garden Club members.
Mrs. Marion Hamby"
brought special attention to
the many lovely Valentine
arrangements that decorated


the Garden Center.
From a lovely refreshment
table, graced with a silver
punch bowl, hostesses Mrs.
Elsie Griffin, Mrs. Marion
Hamby, and Mrs. Verna Tot-
man served delicious refresh-
ments.
At the March 11th meeting,
Lt. Tom Francis, Interpretive
Naturalist of the Department -
of Natural Resources, will
speak about Florida's en-
dangered animal species.
Mrs. Agnes Culpepper, Mrs.
Elywn Blount and Mrs. Ro-
chelle Jackson will be hostes-
ses. Members are asked to
decorate the Center with
Spring arrangements.


Daniel Joseph McDermott
and William R. Merchant, Jr.
of Port St. Joe High School
participated February 6- Feb-
ruary 13 in A Presidential
Classroom for Young Ameri-
prizes and roses. Girls desir-
ing to become a contestant,
contact Gayle Foster before
April 16, 648-5217.
Contributions and support
from all merchants will be
greatly appreciated.


cans in Washington, D.C. The
Classroom had 415 outstand-
ing high school students from
all 50 states plus schools
overseas represented in 'the
National Student Body. -"
Presidential Classroom is
an educational program for
juniors and seniors in high
school which introduces stu-
dent leaders to the people Who
make and influence the poli-
cies of the federal govern-
ment.


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JR. HONOR SOCIETY
MEMBERS: Seated", roin
left: Paula Ward, Hope Lane,
Steve Kerigan, Julie Allen,
Angel Barbee and advisor,
Minnie Likely. Standing, from
left: Shelley Raffield, Dillon
Vizearra, Mitchell Boulngton
and Roonle Hill.
-Star photos

Honored with
Stork Shower
Mrs. Arden Stephens was
honored with a stork shower
on Tuesday, February 9 at the
.Florida Power Lounge. I
Hostesses for the event were
employees of Florida National
Bank. Mrs. Stephens received
many lovely gifts for her
coming arrival.

CARD OF THANKS
A word of thanks for all your
kindness, and your many ex-
pressions of friendship. We.
thank you and may God bless
you all.
The family of Earl Rollins

"Just A Thought
way"
In loving and thoughtful
memory of my dearly belov-
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this time of year when he is .
really missed by those that
loved him. Memory is the .
only friend that I can call my
own.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1982


James Hamby Appointed


To West Point


James Alan Hamby, a sen-
ior. at Port St. Joe Junior-Sen-
ior High School, was recently
notified of a congressional
nomination to the United
States Military Academy at


West Point.
Jim, a candidate f
class, will enter W
during July, 1982.
During his high


Academy
reer, Jim has been very active
or the 1986 in extra-curricular activities.
Vest Point He has received letters in
football, wrestling, track and
tennis.. Jim is also a member
school ca- of the National Honor Society,
National Beta Club and MYF
president. Jim also attended
the 1980-81 Presidential Class-
room for Young Americans 4t
Washington, D.C.
Jini is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Hamby and
resides at, 1001 McClellan
Avenue, Port St. Joe.


JAMES ALAN HAMBY


Student Services, speaks to 7, 8, and 9th Mr. Barnes and Mrs. Sarah Riley,
Barnes Speaks graders on "Preparing for Success". Junior High counselor. Left to Right:
Mr. Barnes is first of several resource Mrs. Sarah A. Riley, Mrs. Carolyn
On Success persons whowill be utilized in guidance Turner, Mrs. Judy Williams, Mr.
activities. In photo, junior high teach- Barnes, Mrs. Alice Machen and Miss
Frank Barnes, former Director of ers preview guidance materials with Rita Sanders.


Paving


SYears o
Gulf County will receive
rly five average years
.asoliie tax contribution
.'back this year in the resurfa
g of Highway 71 between
tfhite City and Wewahitchk
; Bill Waddell, of -the Depar
.Oient of Transportation to
t'W Kiwanis Club on Tuesda


of Highway 71 Reflects 5


of County's Gasoline Tax


of this week. Waddelli said this same problem all over
Gulf County produces ap- Florida, which is why the DOT
proxinlately $250,000 a year in is in trouble today", he said.
gasoline taxes and resurfac- Waddell said 'Florida needs
ing of the highway will .cost some $1.3 billion to put the
approximately $1.2 million. state's, highway system into
"This problem isn't peculiar good condition:,
with Gulf County", Waddell The Panhandle will receive
told the Kiwanians. "We have only about $14 million this
.year for its road needs.
: Waddell said it takes ap-
proximately $15 million a year-
Sardi G r as. to keep existing roads in shape
and some $20 million for
bridge maintenance. "Right
d ay now, we could use $90,million
", : : in the Panhandle to resurface
Dance music will be fur-' the half of the road system
nished by the Kay Fast Trio of which needs resurfacing now
Panama City, which features and $200 million needed for.
Ray Smith, former band di- our bridges".
rector of Port St. Joe High Waddell said that state-wide
School. the DOT :is responsible for
The music group ha 36,000 miles of roads and 5,000
feared fusc groups -three bridges. "32,000 miles of those
pea for e stti.eeA roads need' resurfacing arifd
years-at the Rotary Charity 30 bridges need replacing and
Ball at the Christmas season another 500 need repairs", he
and has been well received by said ",
those attending the ball. Presently, DOT is in charge
The Rotarians changed the of 85 miles of primary high-
date of their annual Charity ways in Gulf County, with 42
Ball from December to the. miles of this total in need of
beginning of the Lenten sea- resurfacing. After State Road
son to avoid the rush of social "2 between Wewahitchka arid
activities around the holiday Panama City has been resur-
season. [ faced, that highway will be
Tickets for the ball are turned over to the County and
$15.00 a couple, which covers DOT will no longer be respon-N
the. entire evening of enter- sible for the road.
tainment. Costumes are op-: '.The big problem is' that the
tional.
Some table reservations are
still available and may be I ,.
made by calling Rotarian Ted' il niled
Cannon at the Florida Nation-.
al Bank. Constitution and
Tickets are available at 9 Port St. Jo
Western Auto, Pate's Service JIMMY SPIKE
Center, Florida National
Bank, The 'Star, Gulf Sands CHURCH SCHOOL.........
Motel and St Joe Auto Parts. MORNING WORSHIP. .. ..
All proceeds from the ball EVENING WORSHIP .......
will be used by the Rotary METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWS
Club for charitable and civic CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesd
work in the Port St. Joe area.,


ve
of
ns
c-
en
a,
rt-
ld -
my


,;Rotary's


Ball Satur
The Port St. Joe Rotary
'. Club will be sponsoring its
First Mardi Gras Ball Satur-
"day night, starting at 9:00
.p., in the Centennial Build-

.: R I IOUTIONSM


Raymond
.: Hightower
Resolutions of Respect
.. In Memory of
r Raymond Tolbert Hightower
passed away February 4, 1982
-.Death has again entered our
.J.,dge Hall and called to the
Eternal Home a dearly be-
0loved Brother Raymond Tol-
ibert Hightower who joined our
Order on April 23, 1953, he
Loved our Order by the years
i he has served. He was always
ready to give a helping hand to
those who were in need, no
-matter what the need may be.
." Whereas, The Loving Fath-
er has called our beloved and
.respected Brother Raymond
Tolbert Hightower home and
'he having been a true and
:faithful member of our Mystic
-Order, therefore be' it.
Resolved, that Melody Re-
bekah Lodge No. 22 of Florida
:in testimony of its loss drape
:its Charter irn mourning for
-:thirty days (30) and that a
.:copy of these resolutions be
,sent to the family, one to the
;paper, and one-spread on our
.minute book.
Committee:
i Hazel Sims, P.N.G.
Violet Harrison, P.N.G.
Jeanette Lee, P.N.G.

Ralph A. Swatts
Resolutions of Respect ,
In Memory of
: Ralph A. Swatts, Sr.
i passed away January 26,1982
Death has again entered our
Chapter Hall and called to the
,eternal Home a dearly be-
: moved brother who has com-
,pJeted his faithful labor here
inministering to the cry of the
.orphan, to the call of want and
to the piteous wail of sorrow,
and as a. recompense has
..received the welcome plaudit,
"well done," by the Great
Master; and
.Whereas, the loving Father
'has called our beloved and
z respected brother home, and
*he having been a true. and
faithful member of our Mystic
i Order, therefore be it
Resolved, That Gulf Chap-
ter No'. 191,;- Order of the
sternen Star of Florida, in
testimony of its loss, drape its
S-Charter in mourning for thirty.
!. .days, that we te der to the
, family our sincere condolence
f in their deep affliction, and
, that a copy of these resolu-
1 tions be sent to the family.
Committee:
: Aliene Hightower, P.M.
E Clara Pate Smith, P.M.
Gloria Pippin, W.M.


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Rev. Otis Stallworth, Sr.


Stallworth Honored


DOT is still doing business on
the same four cents gasoline fo t
tax they have always had and orC o tri.
decreased use of petroleum Reverend Otis 'Stallworth,
products has actually reduced Sr. came to Port St. Joe in the
the income .$6 million from early thirties from Conecuh
last year, not counting the loss County, Alabama where he
to inflation -'was born on April 20, 1912.
NEW IDGE s. Since coming here he has
Inp reporting on the status of performed' many roles in his
a new bridge at Highland View community. He has pastored
on Highway 98, Waddell said the Church of God in Christ in
his office in Chipley is current- Apalachicola and Port St. Joe
ly doing an environmental', for more than 30 years; also
impact study on ithe bridge, he serves as Chairman of the
which will' then 'be sent to. Elders Council of the Western
Tallahassee for study and a Florida State Conference of
.decision. the C.O.G.I.C., ard is the
Waddell' said the Chipley -District Superintendent of its
office must justify an increas- Sunday Schools. Being one
ed height and length of the who strives in spreading the
bridge to accommodate the- gospel to the physically sick-as
requests of Gulf County andr well as the spiritually sick, he
the Port Authority. Waddell has reachedinany through his
said the normal high rise Sunday limning radio broad-
bridge is 65 feet high and a cast fr ..E heradin ort
span of fr50 feet." Gulf tofnty ast froe. JE lierin rt
and the Port 'Authority is Reverend and Mrs. Stall-
asking for a bridge 75 fet high worth have owned a grocery
.and a span of 200 feet to handle store in the North Port St. Joe
shipping through the Gulf "area for more than 35 years,
Canal to the points upstream. -and only recently retired from
Waddell said plans now are the business. However, he is
to place the new bridge on the an advisor to local business,
west side of 'the existing 'persons or prospective busi-
bridge on spoil to be dredged ness persons when needed.
up in forming the new port. Even though Rev. Sta-ll
The roadway on the bridge rth was qte b with his
will be44 feet wide. "Just as roles as minister, husband and
soon. as work on the port father, aid businessman, he
(Continued On Page 8) t sill made sacrifices to be
Supportive of his community


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St. Joe Branch..

Wewahitchka State Bank

. 529 Fifth Street Member: FDIC Phone 229-8226,
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towards progressive efforts.
He did this through his partici-
pation onth6 Board of Alco-
holics Anonymous, Concerned
Christian Council, member of
andrtreasurer for:the NAACP,
and past' member 'of a lo-al
bi-racial committee. His most
recent appointment was made
by Florida's Governor Bob
Graham to the Gulf County
Port Authority.
The citizens of Gulf County
can be proud to have such a
person as -Rev. Stallworth. A
man who is still involved in the
main stream. f community
affairs through his active
participation in community
workshops and projects.

,Film at Church
The "Images of the Beast"
will be shown at the Highland.
View Church of God on
Thursday, Feb. 18, at 7:00
p.m.
The public is invited to.
attend.

Anniversary
Mr. and 'Mrs. Kevin D.
Byrne celebrated their third
wedding anniversary on Val-
entine's Day, February 14th.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1982


Sharks Win Two of Three Games


Port St. Joe's Sharks con-
tinued to stay in the winning
column this past week, defeat-
ing two Panama City teams
and losing a squeaker to
Vernon last Friday night.
Thursday night of last week,
the Sharks took a 72-60 win
over Mosley after jumping off
to a first period lead and never
letting go.
The Sharks out-scored the
Dolphins in every quarter, on
their way to their tenth win of
the season. I
Jerry Filmore led the
Sharks with his 23 points.
Marty Russ added 18, Melvin
Riley 15 and Calvin Freeman
10.
Donald Clayton paced the
Dolphins with 27 points.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 15 15 14 30--60
Moseley 9 12 11 28-60
PORT ST. JOE-Filmore,
10-3-23; Pace, 1-0-2; Freeman,
3-4-10; Russ, 6-6-18; Riley,
3-9-15; Thomas, 1-0-2; Bell,


1-0-2.
MOSELEY-Armagost, 0-0-
0; Goodin, 2-0-4; Clayton,
11-5-27; White, 3-3-9; Morri-
son, 1-1-3; Little, 1-0-2; New-
ell, 5-0-10; Allen, 1-0-2; Mike,
1-1-3.

Friday night in Venon was
another story for the Sharks.
The Yellow Jackets put to-
gether 22 free throws and 22
field goals to bump the Sharks
66-58. The Sharks had half as
many free throws, 11 for the
night, which spelled the big
difference in the game.
, The Sharks had a two point
lead at the end of the first
period and scored basket for
basket with the Yellow Jack-
ets in the third period, but the
Jackets owned the other two
periods.
Calvin Freeman put. 16
points on the board for the
Sharks to lead the pack. Marty
Russ had 14 and Jerry Fil-
more 11. Richard Brown led


the Jackets with 23 points.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 10 6 21 22-58
Vernon 8 14 21 23-66
PORT ST. JOE-Filmore,
5-1-11; Pace, 2-4-8; Freeman,
6-4-16; Russ, 6-2-14; Riley,
3-1-7; Thomas, 1-0-2.
VERNON-Peterson, 0-5-5;
R. Brown, 8-7-23; Harris,
4-4-12; M. Brown, 3-4-10;
Johns, 7-1-15; D. Brown, 0-1-1.

The Sharks and the Ruther-
ford Rams built up the su-
pense in Panama City Tues-
day night, as the Sharks came
from a dismal deficit to win
over the Rams in overtime.
* Jerry Filmore wasn't the
leading scorer for the Sharks
Tuesday, but he was the
definite hero as his late game
shooting pulled the win out for
the Sharks.
Filmore scored a jumper to
knot the score at 54-54 at the
end of the regulation game
then went on to score six of the


Alpha-Omega Speech Club Presents Play


S e 1981-82 Alpha Omega
-'Speech Club presented "CU-
"PID'S CAPERS" to the stu-
..dent body at Port St. Joe
-Jr.-Sr. High School on Febru-




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ary 11 in the school library.
Members of the cast were
Kevin played by Kip Alstaet-
ter, son of Mr. and Mrs. W L
Altstaetter; Paula played by


Katrina Daniels, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Norris Daniels;
Chuck played by Curtis Gil-
bert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Myron C. Gilbert; Richard



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- Public Notices -


NOTICF
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the
Board ol County Commissioners at Is
next regular meeting on Tuesday.
February 23 1982. alt 700 PM. EST in the
Commissioners Meeting Room in lhe
Gull County Courthouse. Port St Joe
Florida. will consider placing a 4 Way
slop sign at the inleiseclion of Niles
Road and Garr'son Avenue in Waid
Ridge Gulf County. Florida
All interested citizens are invited to at
tend. 1he said meeting and to be heara on
thTIspiatler
BOARD olf COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
G.01 COUNTY FLORIDA
B)..fl/ Jimmy 0 Gortman. Chairman
Atlbel. is/ Jerry Gales. Clerk
.; 112.18

IN:.THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SE
CORND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN'AftD FOR LEON COUNTY. FLORIDA
: CIVIL ACTION NO 82-301
DIVISION OF BOND FINANCE of Inme
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
of the STATE OF FLORIDA a public body
corporate.
Plaintill.
vs. .:
STATE OF FLORIDA. and the several Tax-
paybrs., Property Owners and Citizens
iheqolf. Including Nonresidents owning.
prlperly oI subject to taxation therein.
and;All Others having or claiming any
rigfl,'tllle or interest in properly to be al.
lecleU by issuance of the Notes descuib-
Sedlithe Complaint, and All Others to be
affected In any way thereby.
..Defendants
)N RE. $100.000 000 FLORIDA HOUSING
.' FINANCE AGENCY, LOANS-TO-
..LENDERS, MULTI-FAMILY CON-
STRUCTION LOAN REVENUE
S::NOTES. 1982 ISSUE A.
S ORDER
NOTICE TO STATE OF FLORIDA, AND
THE-SEVERAL TAXPAYERS, PROPERTY
OWNERS AND CITIZENS THEREOF. IN-
CLU.DING NONRESIDENTS OWNING
PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION
THEFIEIN. AND ALL OTHERS HAVING
OR CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR IN-
TEREST IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED
BY THE ISSUANCE OF THE NOTES
DESCRIBED HEREIN, AND ALL OTHERS
TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY. 'WAY
THEREBY:
Ydu, ang each of you, and the State of
'!; Florida, through the State Attorneys for
the First. Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth.
Sixth. Seventh, Eighth, Ninth; Tenth.
Eleventh. Twelfth, Thirteenth. Fourteenth.
Fifteenth,. Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Eigh-
-teentfi. Nineteenth and Twentieth
Jualoali Circuits of Florida, are hereby re-
S. qulred to appear before this court in the
S Chambers of the undersigned Circuit
Judge at tne Leon County Courthouse In
Tallahassee. Florida, on the 26th day of
March, 1982, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. and
shqw cause. If any you have, why the
S. prefers of the Complaint filed in the
aboirip.tyled cause should not be granted
itanf the Notes and proceedings validated
arid confirmed as therein prayed. The
Notb6 o be Issued by the Plaintiff herein
.,' are described as follows:
410 ,000,000 FLORIDA HOUSING
FINAL CE.. AGENCY, LOANS-TO.
LENDERS, MULTI-FAMILY CONSTRUC-
TION' LOAN REVENUE NOTES, 1982
ISSUE A (herein referred to as the
S"Notes") to finance multi-family rental
housing projects In each of the sixty-
Saseven counties In the State of Florida, as
more fully described in the resolution of
the Oovernor and Cabinet of Florida, (the
"Reasoluilon") as the governing board of
the Division of Bond Finance of the State
of Florida Department of General Ser-
vices (the "Division') which Resolution,
S. dated January 5,1982, and annexed to the
.Complaint as Plaintiff's Exhibit 2,
: authorizes the issuance of the Notes. The
Resolution provides that the Notes, In an
Aggregate principal amount not to ex-
oded one hundred million dollars
'. ($100.000.000), shall bear Interest at such


rate or raes snail be .laicoand shall
mature on 7u.:h dale and .n sucrt ycars
and amounts as shall De provided by suo
sequent resolution ol the Divs.aon
adooled on or prior to Ine sale oi men
Notes Trne Notes ma DCa issued ublan3n
ally in the form piovioed inm the rusl nr,
denture. ana snail be subject to cirar
terms and conditions as provided in the
olner agreements Said ndenlure ar-a'
said agreements we'e inco.corailea Dv
, reference inic Ihe Resolution Tne Nolesc
shall be .5Eue Dpursuani I0 the prois.oniE
of Ine Floi-aa Housing Finance Agency
Act lChapter 420 Part IV. Florida
Slalutes 1198211 and Ine Siale Bona Act
IChapiei 215 Fiorda Stalutes 119821
The Clerk ol tIis Court is directed to
cause a copy of this Order to be put r'hb
ed once each week for three 31 :on.
seculrie weeks commencir.g iln Ine
tirsI puDOical.or. wn.cn sr.t ll ,.oi e less
than twenty 1201 days prior to Irne dale set
lor the said reading r.ere.n ir
newspapers of general circuialion
published in each of Ihe sixt,-seven 1671
counties in [he Siale of Florida
DONE AND ORDERED in ChamDers at
Tallanassee Leon Counly Florida Ir..,
10th day oat February 1962
Ss/ Donald 0. Hartwell, Circuit Judge
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I HEREBY CERTIFY thae a true and cor-
rect copy oft the foregoingOrder to Show
Cause has been furnished by certified U.
S. Mall to the Honorable Curtis A. Golden,
State Attorney .for the First Judicial Cir-
cuit, P. 0. Box 12726, Pensacola, Florida.
32575; Honorable Donald S. Modesitt.
State Attorney for the Second Judicial
Circuit. P. 0. Box 1841. Tallahassee.
Florida 32302; Honorable Jerry M. Blair.
State Attorney for the Third Judicial Cir-
cuit, P. 0. Box 1546. Live Oak, Florida.
-32060; Honorable T. Edward Austin. Jr..
State Attorney for the Fourth Judicial Cir-
cuit, 600 Duval County Courthouse.
Jacksonville. Florida 32202: Honorable
Gordon G. Oldham. Jr.. State Attorney for
the Fifth Judicial Circuit. County Office
Building. 3rd Floor. P. 0. Box 1086.
Tavares. Florida'32778: Honorable James
T. Russell. State Attoiney for the Sixth
Judicial Circuit. 416 Pinellas County
Courthouse. Clearwater. Florida 33518:
Honorable Stephen Lewis Boyles. State
Attorney for the Seventh Judicial Circuit.
Courthouse Annex. Room 302. 125 E.
Orange Avenue. Daytona Beach. Florida
32014: Honorable Eugene T. Whitworth.
State Attorney for the-Eighth Judicial Cir-
cuit. P. 0. Box 1437. Gainesville. Florida
32602: Honorable Robert Eagan. State At-
torney for the Ninth Judicial Circuit.'P. 0.
Box 1673, Orlando. Florida 32802:
Honorable Quillian S. Yancey. State At-
torney for the Tenth Judicial Circuit. Hall*
of Justice Building, P. 0. Box 1309. Bar-
tow, Florida 33803: Honorable. Janet
Reno, State Attorney for the Eleventh
Judicial Circuit. Justice Building. Room
600. 1351 N.W. 12th St., Miami, Florida
33125: Honorable James A. Gardner.
State Attorney for the Twelfth Judicial
Circuit, 2078 Main Street,. Sarasota.
Florida 33577; Honorable E. J. Salcines.
State Attorney for the Thirteenth Judicial


Circu'i County Courthouse Annex, 5th
Floor Tamoa, Florida 33602; Honorable
James Paul Appleman, State Attorney for
the Fourteenth Judicial Cilrcuit, P. 0. Bax
385 Marianna, Florida 32446 HonoraOile
Da,.d H Bludworth, State Aflorney ior
Ime Fniieenth Judicial Circuit. P. 0. Box
2905 West Palm Beach, Florida 33402;
Honorable Kirk C. Zuelch, State Attorney
lor Ine Sitteenth Judicial Circuit, 302.
Fleming Street, Key West, Florida, 33040;
Honoi able Michael J. Satz, State Attorney
101 ien Seventeenth Judicial Circuit; 600
Browara County Courthouse. Ft. Lauder-
dale Florida 33301; Honorable Douglas L.
Cnesnire J', State Attorney for the Eigh-
atenir, Judiall Circuit, Brevard County
Courlhouse."'400 S. Street, Titusville,
Fioriaa 32780; Honorable Robert E. Stone.
Stale Aliorney'for the Nineteenth Judicial
C.acuil P 0. Drawer 4401, Ft. Pierce.
Flor.Oa 33454; .Honorable Joseph P.
D Aiessanaro. State Attorney for the
Twenlisin Judicial Circuit, P.O. Drawer D.
FI MyerS Florida 33902; this 10th day of
February 1982:'
it5 THOMAS A. BEENCK,
Antorney for Plaintiff.
DIVISION OF BOND FINANCE
Room 453 Larson Building
Tallahassee; Florida 32302
- (904i 448.7181.
3tc'2-18
PUBLIC HEARING '
Notice is hereby given that the Board of
City Commission of the City of Port St.
Joe will hold a Public Hearing on March 2.
1982. at 8:00 P.M., in the Municipal
Building.for the purpose of considering
the sale of approximately 0.167 acres of
land belonging to the City of Port St. Joe,
and described as follows:
Commence at the Southwest cornr of
T Section 25. Township 7 South. Range
11 West. Gulf County, Florida: thence
North 8952'00" East along the South
line-of said Section 25 for 2222.50
feet: thence North 45'08'00" West for
2076.93 feet to the Southeasterly line
of the Gulf County Canal easement:
thence South 45'06'20" West along
said Southeasterly line'for 819.0 eet
to the Point of. Beginning: thence
continue South 4506'20" West along
said Southeasterly line for 150.00
feet: thence. North 82'36'49" East for
158.38 feet to the Easterly line of the
Treatment Plant Site; thence North
30'35'05" West along said Easterly
line for 100.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning. containing 0.167 acres.
more or less
The land is located In the Northeast
corner of the City Wastewater Treatment
Plant property at a point near the Gulf
County Canal. The proposed purchase is
by Material Transfer. Inc. The proposed
use for the land is as part of a Coal
Transfer Facility for Seminole Electric
CO-OP.
All members of the public are invited to
be present and to be heard regarding this
proposed sale'
/st Frank Pate. Mayor-Commissioner
Is/ L A. Farris. City Auditor/Clerk 2t 2*118


played by Kenny Hutchison,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Hutchison; Steve played by
Joey Hewett, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Joe Hewett; Jane played
by Virginia Gray, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Gray,
Sr.; Roxanne played by Kelly
Johnson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Billy Johnson; Barbara
played by Lisa Marshall,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Bishop; Josh played
:by Keith Nixon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Nixon; Erica
played by Lori Ray, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ray;
Daphne played by Cynthia
Rogers, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Vance Rogers; Rachel
played by Sharon Watson,
daughter of. Mr. and; Mrs.
Willie James Anthony; Sissy
played by Michell -Bergen-
stein; Tiffany played by Lisa
Gant, daughter of Mrs. Mari-
lyn Batson; and Sherrie play-
ed by Lisa Whaley, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Whaley.
The one-act farce was writ-
ten, directed, and produced by
the speech club. "CUPID'S
CAPERS" dealt with the
problem of having to decorate
'for a charity Valentine dance


in a hurry. Scheming young
women caused all kinds of
problems for everyone in-
volved, but all turned out all
right eventually. Funds earn-
ed from the play go to pay for
club members' jerseys.




Specialr


Service At

Oak Grove

Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church will be holding special
services on Sunday, Feb. 21.
At the 11:00 a.m.-service, the
church will be honoring its
veterans. Howard Lovett will
be the guest speaker.
Lunch will be served in the
'Fellowship Hall at 12:30 a.m.
The W.M., under the direc-
tion of Faye Gardner, presi-
dent, will :direct the evening
services at 6:15 p.m. This
Department will be- minister-
ing in various'areas during the
. service.
... ... ... .-, .' .. .


In State Tourney

Billy Williams, top, gets in some practice with Sidney
Harris, as Williams prepares to enter the state wrestling
tournament in Ft. Myers this week end. Williams placed
second in the district tournament held at Bay High. Last
week, he was fourth of 16 winners at the regional tournament
held in Jacksonville. Williams, with an over-all record of
9-6-1, is only the second Port St. Joe wrestler to qualify for the
state tournament competition. -Star photo



CORRECTION



In the Ad for


David Rich's IGA

Tomatoes should be

1g. tray $1.19




HIGHLAND VIEW


BAPTIST CHURCH

Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.

Welcome Friend

SUNDAY SCHOOL ....................... 9:45A.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.

Nursery Provided BRO. JERRY REGISTER


Sharks' seven points in the
overtime period to win for the
Port St. Joe squad.
Filmore sank two field goals
and two free throws in the
overtime for the Sharks.
The Rams had a command-
ing 35-17 lead in the early part
of the. third period, but the
Sharks then started their
surge, stealing the ball time
after time, to pull up ahead of
the Rams in the last period.
The Sharks were going into
the final seconds of the game
with a one point lead, but the
Rams sank a free throw to tie
the game and throw it into
overtime.
Calvin Freeman was the
leading scorer for the Sharks
with 20 points. Filmore had his
18, and Marty Russ 13.
Ray Freeman led Ruther-
ford with 16 points.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 10 5 17 22 7-61
Rutherford 11 16 16 11 4-58
PORT ST. JOE-Filmore,
7-4-18; Pace, 3-0-6; Freeman,
8-4-20; Russ, 6-1-13; Riley,
1-0-2; Thomas, 1-0-2.
RUTHERFORD-Green, 5-
0-10; Mitchell, 6-3-15; Ceasar,
4-2-10; Barnes, 0-0-0; Keys,
1-1-3; Campbell, 2-0-4; Crow-
ley, 0-0-0; Freeman, 8-0-16.

The Sharks will close out
their regular season of play


Dixie Youth


To Organize
There will be an organiza-
tional meeting of 1982 Dixie
Youth baseball at the Fire
Station on February 23, 7:00
P.M. All coaches, managers,
and interested persons are
asked to be at this meeting.
Anyone interested in form-
ing a T-Ball League for the
younger kids are also asked to
attend this meeting.

Rifle Club

Getting Active

The Gulf County Rifle Club
will be having a meeting
March :4 at 7:00 p.m., at the
Centennial Building.
All riflemen and women
sportsmen are urged to at-
tend.

TO THANK YOU
May our Lord bless all who
remembered me in prayer,
with flowers and visits while I
was in Bay Memorial Hos-
pital.
Love you,
Aunt Bell


next week, as they make
preparations to enter the
District Tournament next
week end.
Friday night, the Sharks
travel to Apalachicola to meet
the Sharks. Saturday night,
the Sharks host Havana in the
Coliseum and next Monday
night, the Sharks will play
their last home game against
Apalachicola.


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PAGE EIGHT


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church


2001 GARRISON AVE. PORT ST. JOE

Invites You to Worship with Them
Ernest A. Barr, Pastor

SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL .....................9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 11:00 A.M
EVENING WORSHIP ................... 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT ..................... 7:00 P.M.







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Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue"
Phone 227-1756
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ............ 10:00 A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ......... 11:00A.M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday 7:00-7:45

Welcome to Everyone

-JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Phone 229.6857


Paving

(Continued from Page 6)
begins, we will start our
construction", Waddell said.
At today's prices, the DOT
executive said the new bridge
would cost $6.5 million and
would be paid for with federal
funds.
Waddell said a new high rise
span is also in the planning for
Overstreet with construction
scheduled to begin in 1985.
Guests of the club were Key
Clubbers Roma Severance,
Katrina Daniells, Andy Wil-
kerson and Chris Adkison.


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S. -


i S... Beneficiaries

People who receive Social fits,' David. Robinson, Social said. Also ahperson
Sty benefits should re- Security field representative make a required rep
i that' it is in their best for Gulf County, said recently, makes a false state
ante its to. make prompt, A person who fails to report be penalized by
ci te reports of events changes promptly could lose imprisonment.
i"' could affect their behe- some checks, Mr. Robinson In addition, a p


1: MINUTES
of the


Board of Public Instructis


-' h Gulf County School Simpson- Wewahitchka; General
id met in regular session Michael Dale Simmons- Port < $3,000O.
M: tanuary5, 1982 at 5:30 PM St. Joe area. The Bo
;.tthe Courthousd in Port St. On motion by Raffield, Superintel
.ie Florida. The following second by Sewell, the Board possibility
S, embers were present: Way- unanimously approved that services
on Graham; Ted Whitfield; Dwayne Veasey be placed in tourney, on
S*.Gene Raffield; Paul Sewell; the Adult School program. until such
-Fred Greer. The Superinten- The Board reviewed two board's al
dent was present. e oar review wo return to
ent was present. requests for transfers from n moti
SChairman Graiiham presided Port St. Joe Elementary by Whitfie
and the meeting was opened School to Highland View Ele- mously vc
ith prayer by Mr. Sewell and mentary School. On motion by There
followedd by the ; Pledge of Raffield, second by Sewell, the business,
,llegiance. Board denied these requests journed I
On motion by Greer, second because to do so would be in Februar
3y Whitfield, the Board unani- direct violation of a policy r"
Snously approved the minutes established several years ago
_-f December 8 and 10, 1981. regarding class sizes in all our
On motion by Raffield, elementary schools.
secondd by Whitfield, the Board The Board reviewed each
approvedd the following per- cost center budget. No action
. onnmi matters: necessary.
Accepted the resignation of On motion by Greer, second
vajyu Harcus, lunchroom by Whitfield, the Board unani-
employee at Port St. Joe mously approved the District
gl. entary School; Policy for Explusion of Handi-
-" Approved an additional 2% capped students. Copies are
loours for Gwen Lowery, lun- on file in the Superintendent's
it Inoiom employee at Port St. office.
SfloElementary School; On. motion by Raffield,
T A.,epted the resignation of second by Greer, the Board
ann:Aldridge from her extra- unanimously approved a Law
uA cular duties as cheer- Education Grant for Port St.
,,eaer sponsor at Port St. Joe Joe High School. Copies are on
* School for the remainder file in the Superintendent's
Of the 1981-82 school year; office.
roved Martha Sanborn On motion by Whitfield,
s irity Cheerleader. She is second by Greer, the Board
EAo paid for sponsoring both unanimously approved Public
,b.eerleader squads for the Law81-874 (Federally Impact-
,4emainder of the 1981-82 ed Areas) for the 1981-82
-ichool year; school year.
The Board appointed Ted The Board authorized the
Vhgsfield to serve on the Superintendent to hold final
'-CETA Board for the 1981-82 payment for the asbestos
1ch6ol year. removal until all expenses for
The Board reviewed a con- clean-up had been deter-
struction report for the Wewa- mined. The Board also au-
iitchka Elementary School thorized the Superintendent to
:and discussed the deficiencies advertise School Board poll-
msnd how to correct them. cies.
On recommendation of the On motion by Sewell, second
,Superintendent, motion by by Raffield, the Board accept-
Iaffied, second by Sewell, the ed the lowest bid from Ducky
0oard unanimously approved Johnson House Movers for
he purchase of a new school moving one portable class-
bus. The Board also' approved room building from Wewahit-
-thefollowing drivers of the chka Elementary School to
.ffi'County- Gulf Coast Com- Port St. Joe High School. Bids
munity College buses for the are as follows: Ducky Johnson
second semester: Mildred House Movers- $2,350.00;


EXTENSION NOTES:


Children Vulnerable

to Garden Poisons
By Roy Lee Carter County Extension Director


Did you know that children
.account for most of the cases
of accidental poisoning from
pesticides?
"About 15 percent of all
pesticides sold are purchased
for home use." Most cases of
accidents involving pesticides
occur in and around homes,
and a child is most often the
victim. We are now moving
into the time of the year when
pesticides will be widely used.
Safe use of these materials
cannot be overstressed.
You can control pests in
your home and garden safely
if you use pesticides properly.
To effectively control insects
and disease pests, the problem
must be correctly diagnosed.
There is no "wonder-chemi-
cal" that will eliminate all
pests that plague you. First,
identify the pest or pests to be
controlled. Then, choose the
safest chemical that Will con-
trol the pest effectively.
Read the pesticide label and
follow all directions exactly as
written. Read the label every
time the pesticide is used.
Always be aware of cautions
such as!"keep out of the reach
of children." If the label says
to wear protective clothing or
gloves, obtain these or better
yet look for a less poisonous
chemical.
Use the proper pesticide at
the proper time and at the
recommended rate to control
a specific pest: Measure the
chemical accurately because
minute quantities will usually
control the pest. The recom-
mended rate is all you need so
don't think that twice as much
pesticide will do a better job.
This is how accidents occur.
Work in a well ventilated area,
do not spray when children
are nearby or when uncovered
food is in the spray area.
Never leave pesticides
where children or irresponsi-


Should Make Reports


who fails to
port or who
cement can
a fine or
person will


have to repay any incorrectly
paid benefits. Social Security.
is aggressively seeking to.
reduce the debts owed.
;Everyone must report':
Change of mailing address;.
Earnings of more than the
annual limit- $6,000 for peo-
ple 65 and over in 1982 and
$4,400 for people under 65 all of


Monday, February 22
Sloppy Joes, French fries,
orange juice, cake and milk.
Tuesday, February 23,
Battered dipped fish, cab-
bage slaw, baked beans, hush
puppy and milk.
Wednesday, February 24
Spaghetti with meat: sauce,
green beans, tossed salad,
buttered roll and milk.


1982; A person intends to go
outside the U.S.; A person
works outside the U.S.
. Dependents and survivors
must report: Spouse or sur-
viving spouse receives- gov-
ernment pension; divorce or
annulment of marriage; Mar-
riage; Adoption of.child; Child
leaves the care of parent;


Thursday, February 25
Chicken, rice with gravy,
turnip greens, spiced beets,
cornbread and milk.
Friday, February 26
Hot dog, French fries, sliced
peaches with peanut granules,
cinnamon crispy and milk.
All menus are subject to
change due to the availability
of foods.


GULF ACCOUNTING


SERVICE, Inc.

322 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe


Income Tax Preparation

Bookkeeping


($2.50 off with this ad)

Short Forms (1040A)


Long Forms (1040)


$10


$1250


Senior Citizen Discounts


Phone 229-6332

OFFICE HOURS: Monday Friday, 9-5:30,
or Call for Saturday appointment


&Up


Child nearing 18 is student or
disabled; Change in school
attendance for child over 18;
If a person becomes unable to
manage funds; If a person
getting checks dies.
People getting benefits be-
cause of disability must re-
port: Improvement in condi-
tion; Any work; Application
for or receipt of any public
program disability benefits.
More information about re-
porting requirement can be
obtained at the Panama City
Social Security office, located
at 30 West Government Street.
The telephone number is
769-4871.


ble persons can reach them.
Put the materials away as
soon as the sprays have been
prepared and always keep
pesticides in their original
containers and keep them
tightly closed. Never, and I
repeat, never put a pesticide.
in an empty food or drink
container. This is a major
cause of deaths from pesti-
cides.
Store pesticides in a venti-
lated place where they can be.
locked up. They should riot be
stored under the sink or in the
pantry where there is danger
of their being used during food
preparations; keep pesticides
out of medicine cabinets, as
they could be mistaken for
medical supplies.
Do not dispose of empty
pesticide containers where
they may -be a hazard to
wildlife or children. Puncture.
empty cans, break jars and
wrap these and any bags in
thick layers of newspaper and
_- place. in the trash can just
J.before the trash is collected.
They will be, disposed of in a
sanitary land fill where they
won't contaminate water or be
contacted by people.
If you are particularly sensi-


tive to a chemical, stop using
it. If you have headaches,
nausea, or blurred vision or if
you come in contact with a
toxic material, call your phy-
sician. If you have to go to a
doctor take the pesticide label
with you.
If everyone will follow a few
basic rules, pesticides can be
used safely. Don't let a
tragedy occur. Pesticides are
not play things and only you
can prevent accidental pesti-
cide poisonings.

Open House

Today at School
The Title I Parent Advisory
Council and the Title I teach-
ers of Port St. Joe Elementary
School will sponsor an open
house on Thursday, February
18, from 12:00 noon to 3:00
p.m. At this time parents Will
have the liberty of visiting,
meeting and talking with Title
I teachers concerning their
child's progress.

A pound of tea
makes about 125 cups.


NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146 Avenue C Phone 227.1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ........ : .............. 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. .... .. ... ... 11:00A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ................... 6:00 P.M.
"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
Man Our Brother"




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Tuesday, March 2nd:

Hear Merrill Lynch tell

how.to manage your money m

today's changing economy.

Phone for reservations to the Merrill Lynch Seminar: "How to Manage Your Money in Today's
Changing Economy." It's free, but seating is limited, so act today.
Not just another lecture
This Seminar is your chance to learn better ways to invest your money from professionals.
Absolutely free.
Some topics we'll cover: What to do with money you want to keep safe. How to get high
interest without tying up your money An investment you should avoid if you're in a high tax
bracket. And more.
You'll also receive a free copy of Investments For a Changing Economy -a 16-page booklet
with facts and figures to help you decide which investments you should choose and avoid-
right now.
Change brings opportunities
The past year can be summed up in one word change. The way to go might be stocks one
day. Treasury Bills the next. Or an investment tactic you've never heard of before.
But this flurry of change has also brought new opportunities. For high interest. Growth. Steady
income. And for small investors to participate in markets that had never before been available
to them.
Here's how to be sure you can attend this important seminar: Phone (904) 763-4685
for reserved seats. Do it now and be sure there's a place for you.

Date: Tuesday, March 2nd Time: 12:00 noon
Place: Port St. Joe Country Club

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Gymnastics Popular


Recreation Activity
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Gymnastics training is provided for children and youth ,pf the community by the
qqU, County Recreation Service, with experienced teachers on hand for all sessions to
guide the youth in becoming accomplished gymnasts.
Classes are normally offered each first and third Saturday of the month in the
Centennial Building, with classes for smaller children from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., and for
Solder children, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Gymnastics training should be started at an early age for children for best results
and disciplined training.
Training in the special classes will be held onrthe fourth Saturday only this month,
Saturday, February 27, because the Centennial Building has been scheduled for other
activities on the regular class dates.
o iCst for the classes is $12.00 per month.
In the photo at upper, right, instructor Traci McClain is shown assisting Allison
SWilliams in doing a hand stand on Traci's hands. In the photo at upper left, Paula
Ramsey and Lisa Atkins do back bends and in the photo at left, Angel Barr is shown in
the midst of a floor exercise.. -Starphoto
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PAG~AE TEN,


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 19821


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Committee Meeting Today


To Discuss Rock Removal Proposal


A permit application to remove rock
shelves from four sections of the
Apalachicola River will be discussed by
the Army Corps of Engineers and the
State'b Department of Environmental
Regulation (DER) today at a meeting
of the Apalachicola River Committee at
8:00 A.M., CT (9:00 A.M., ET) in the
Courtroom of the Calhoun County
Courthouse in Blountstown.
Hugh McClellan, Director of Permit-
ting,, and Mike Eubanks, Corps of
Engineers Mobile, Alabama Office, and
Pam McVety, DER Assistant Secre-
tary, are expected to explain why this
project is being reconsidered after it
was rejected by the State in 1974.
The rock shelves which occur in four
locations along a 13-mile stretch below
the Jim Woodruff Dam at Chatta-


hoochee reportedly have been interfer-
ing with navigation on the Apalachicola
which has an authorized channel depth
of nine feet. Since installation of
so-called "training dikes" in 1971, the
channel has been maintained at nine
feet about 80 percent of the time.
Except for the drought year of 1981, the
channel has been maintained at a depth
of seven feet 100 percent of the time
according to Corps data.
Ms. McVety announced at the 'Janu-
ary 19 meeting of the Tri-Rivers
Waterway Development Association
that, unlike 1974, the State had not
identified any major problems with the
proposed project, and that the only
serious obstacle to its approval might
be objections from local governments
along the Apalachicola River.


The River Committee, which is
chaired by General Robert L. Howell,
Franklin County Clerk of Circuit Court,
also is expected to discuss legislation
now under consideration by .the House
and Senate Natural Resources commit-
tees which would make optional to the
Department of Environmental Regula-
tion the presently mandated consulta-
tion and input of local governments in
DER review of Corps projects.
* In addition to the Chairman, General
Howell, members of the Apalachicola
River Committee are: Vice Chairman
Jack Summers of Liberty County:
Bobby Varnum, Calhoun County; Doug
Birmingham, Gulf County; and Alva
Mercer, Jackson County. Each of
these members are commissioners of
their respective counties.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1982 PAGE ELEVEN




Seniors Making Changes

The Gulf County Senior hitchka reports that "every-. over lunches in case anyone is you may call 229-8466.


Citizens Association is an
organization that is making
changes, and these changes
are affecting the lives of many.
citizens aged 60 plus.
On February 1 the Senior
Citizens Association began
serving frozen meals that are
prepared at a regional kitchen
in Tallahassee. Not the typical
"T.V. 'dinner", these meals'
are fresh, tasty, and meet
one-third of the RDA for a
person aged 60 plus. Com-
ments from both Wewa-
hitchka and Port St. Joe
indicate that these hot lunches
are good. Ms. Flavelle Brock,
Meal Site Manager at Wewa-


one is really enjoying mthem,
a statement echoed by Ms.
Martha Jackson, Meal Site
Manager for Port St. Joe.
Brenda Moore, Project Di-
rector, expresses excitement
about this new concept in food
preparation. "There was,
some concern initially about
serving the frozen dinners, but
after talking with our partici-
pants last week I feel that this
is going to be the answer for
us." Mrs. Moore went on to
say, "Because of the relative-
ly short amount of time it
takes to prepare these meals
(thirty minutes) we are not
having a problem with left-


not here, ana ot course if
someone comes in late we can
quickly prepare and serve
them a hot lunch."
Mrs. Moore would like to
remind Gulf County citizens
aged 60 plus that the Senior
Citizen Association, through
its Community Care for the
Elderly program, is providing
free medical transportaiton.
"This is a relatively new
program for Gulf County, and
our citizens have not been
using the service", said Mrs.
Moore. For more information
about this service or any of the
services provided by the
Senior Citizens Association,


Credit Union

Meet Changed
The date of the annual
meeting of the Gulf County
Teachers Federal Credit
Union has been changed from
February 18 until one week
later, February 25. The place
has not been changed. It wrill
convene at the High Schoolin
Wewahitchka at 4 p.m. EST.
Every member in attendance
will receive a door prize. A41
members are urged to attend.


Senior Citizens Program


Outlined for Rotarians


Members of the Senior
Citizens Association are very
happy and satisfied with their
new pre-packaged frozen
meals, Brenda Moore,. direc-
tor of the service told the
Rotary Club last Thursday.
The Senior Citizens pro-
gram offers a hot, nutritious
meal to more than 140 people
age 60 and over in Gulf County
Monday through Friday. Re-
cently, they changed from a
.'catered meal service to the
frozen meals, prepared, fro-
zen and distributed from a
central kitchen in Tallahas-
see. There were misgivings at
first that the meals would be
- less than appealing because
they were frozen, but Moore
said such fears have been
alleviated.
Here in Gulf County, the
program operates two meal
serving sites, one here in Port,
St. Joe and one in Wewahitch-
ka. Both are using the new
meal service, which saves the
organization about 60 cents


per each meal served in
addition to providing more
uniform portions, and a great-
er flexibility over the number
of meals served each day.
Mrs. Moore said 'that in
addition to the meals served at
the central sites, the program
also delivers several meals to
shut-ins each day, giving the
people who cannot get out a
contact with the outside world
as well as making sure they
get at least one nutritious
meal each day..
In addition to the meal
service, the program provides
many social and recreational
activities to the senior citizens
also. "They start arriving at
the meal sites around Q:30
every morning and partici-
pate. in games, crafts and
other. activities until dinner
time", Mrs. Moore said.
The program also provides
a service of providing trans-
portation for. those who have
no way to travel for necessary
services such as trips to the


doctor, drug store, grocery
store and even on shopping
trips. "Several of. our. clients
cannot, should not or have no
way to drive themselves on
these errands", Mrs. Moore
said.
At present, the service has
15 people on the payroll
throughout the county. Many
of these people are workers
with the Green Thumb pro-
gram, which provides activi-
ties for retirees at a minimum
wage. "We will be losing these
soon'", Mrs. Moore said, "due
to money cut-backs. What we
need now are volunteers to
take up some of this slack with
this program which is so
needed among many of our
elderly citizens."
Mrs. Moore said the donated
labor could be counted by the
program as in-kind contribu-
tions to be used for qualifying
for-matching money.

"Truth is rarely pure and
never simple."' Oscar Wilde


NOTICE OF INTENDED ACTION,
The Gulf County School Board
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: The Gulf County
School Board proposes to amend, adopt
and delete policies, as provided for In 1he
Administrative Procedures Act, for the
purpose of bringing said policies into
compliance with Florida Statutes
enacted since the original adoption of
these policies In December, 1974, and
consistent with federal laws.
SUMMARY: 'The- proposed rules In
Chapter 6Gx23-1.00, relating to The
School Board, designate standard of con-
duct and financial disclosure of school
board members; to the Board of Tax
Adjustment; and adopts new policies
relating to educational 'accountability
and employee negotiations.
The proposed rules in Chapter
.6Gx23-2.00, relating to The School Ad-
ministration, designate the qualifications
and duties of administrators and in-
creased personnel benefits.
The proposed rules in Chapter
6Gx23-3.00, relating to The School Pro-
gram, deletes references to State Ac;
creditation; defines new requirements for
minimum performance standards, evalua-
tion of pupil progression, summer pro-
gram for credit and-performance,' educa-
tional records (access, privacy rights and
hearing rights), Exceptional Child Educa-
tion, for selection and recommendation
of school library materials, and for selec-
tin of instructional materials and tex-
tbooks in the schools, and Community
School Program.
The proposed rules In Chapter 6Gx23-400,
relating to Pupils and Pupil Personnel,
defines new requirements for Code of
Student Conduct and Discipline; proce-
dures for administering corporal punish-
ment and student 'suspension;
designates the development of A Student
Service Plan, and redefines procedures
for dealing with student matters that fre-
quently become problems.
The proposed rules in Chapter
6Gx23-5.00, relating to Instructional Per-
sonnel, designates appointment- proce-
dures and increased personnel benefits.
The proposed rules in Chapter
6Gx23-6.00, relating to Non-instructional
Personnel, increased benefits.
The proposed rules -in Chapter
6Gx23-7.00, relating to Business and Non-
Instructional Operations, defines cost
center budget and petty cash procedures;
designates transportation program re-
quirements and deletes school food ser-
vice policies.
The proposed rules In Chapter
6Gx23-9.00, relating to School Food Ser-
vices, is a new section with all policies
governing operation of school food ser-
vice programs.
The proposed rules In Chapter
6Gx23-10.00, relating to a report and
forms management control system, is a
new section with governing authorization
of forms and data collection.
ECONOMIC IMPACT: These proposed
policies will result in no direct ,costs
associated with implementation.
Although the proposed policies will, in
some Instances, require more and better
planning, the Indirect cost of the planning
should be more than offset by an In-
crease In overall efficiency and better
utilization of existing resources within
the system.
IF REQUESTED, A HEARING WILL BE
HELD AT:.
Time: 5:30 P.M., E.S.T.
Place: Board Room, Gulf County School
Board Office, Gulf County Courthouse,
Highway 71, Port St. Joe, Florida.
Date: March 2, 1982
THE ENTIRE TEXT OF EACH PROPOSED
RULE CAN BE INSPECTED DURING
REGULAR OFFICE HOURS AT THE GULF
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD OFFICES,
GULF COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
HIGHWAY 71, PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA.
SPECIFIC LEGAL AUTHORITY UNDER
WHICH THE ADOPTION IS AUTHORIZED
AND THE LAW BEING IMPLEMENTED,
INTERPRETED OR MADE SPECIFIC.
AMENDMENTS OR ADDITIONS:
Rule no. 1.34, Title name Finance Officer;
1.424 Board of Tax Adjustment; 1.4323
Policy Adoption Procedure; 1.44 Formula-,


tion and Adoptions of By-Laws; 1.453 Ed-
ucational Accountability; 1.55
Reimbursement for Expense; 1.56 Retire-
ment: 1.644 Availability to Public; 1.652
Regular Meetings: 1.731 School Advisory
Committee; 2.221 Selection Procedures;
2.222 Duties and Responsibilities; 2.2312
Contractual Provisions; 2.31 Principal;
.2.311 Qualifications and Selections;1,
2.3132 Specific Duties; 2.322 Recruitment
and Appointment; 2.412 Line Relation-
ships; 2.4121 Operational; 2.4122 Staff
Relationships; 2.4123 Instructions; 2.42
Committees; 2.442 Community', 2.5122
District Policy; 2.5123 Terminal Pay; 2.517
Illness In The Line of Duty Leave; 2.53
Terminal Pay for Accrued Annual Leave;
. 2.623 Workers Compensation; 3.32 Or-
ganizational Structure; 3.41 Curriculum;
3.4123 Provisions to Meet Local Condi-
tions; 3.413 Curriculum Guides; 3.4143
Curriculum Study Committee; 3.415 Con-
tinuRy and Articulation; 3.42 Instructional
Patterns; 3.422 Examinations; 3.431 The
School Year- Fiscal; 3.4341 Student Day;
3.4342 Staff; 3.4351 Class Schedule
-Teachers and Students; 3.4352 Maximum
Credit; 3.438 Emergency Drills; 34421
Report Cards or Forms; 3.444 Pupil
Records; 3.4442 Transfer of Cumulative
Guidance Records; 3:4455 Expenses;,
3.4456 Diplomas, Certificates, etc.; 3.446
Cumulative Records; 3.452 Program and
Procedures; 3.454 Parental Consent for
Formal Evaluation; 3.463 Summer Pro-
grarn for Credit and Promotion; 3.4713
Management; 3.473 Library Resources
and Personnel; 3.4752 Staff Development
Personnel; 3.481 Definition and Provi-
sions; 3.4831 Student Council; 3.484
Special Interest Activities; 3.485 Student
Publications; 3.486 Sports and Activity
Program; 3.4861 Administration of the
Sports and Activity Program; 3.4862 In-
terschool Athletic Contests; 3.4863 In-
. juries to Athletes; 3.487 School Spon-
sored Trips; 4.22 District Policy; 4.311 En-
trance to Kindergarten; 4.312 Entrance to
First Grade; 4.313 Physical Examination;
4.313.1 Initial Entrance; 4.3132 Immuniza-
.tion Records; 4.314 Admission to School
Out of Attendance Area; 4.315 Immuniza-
tion; 4.33 Transfer and Placement; 4.35
Enrollment Regarding Highland View Ele-
mentary School and Port St. Joe Elemen-
tary School; 4.41 Age for Attendance;
4.421 Statutory Requirements; 4.422 Dis-
trict Requirements; 4.431 District Policy;
4.45 Attendance Records and Registers;
4.461 Statutory Requirements; 4.462
District Code of Conduct; 4.47 Expulsion
of Handicapped; 4.52 Guidelines for
Students; 4.75 Student Work Permits; 4.94
Lockers; 5.322 District Polic; 5.3231 Cer-
tification; 5.361 Substitute Teachers;
5.6223 Terminal Pay; 5.6239 Workers
Compensation; 6.11 Recruiting Posting of
Vacancies and Hiring; 6.22 Job Descrip-
tion; 6.321 In-Service and On-the-Job
Training; 6.34 Assignments; 6.37 Griev-
ance; 6.381 Discharge; 6.422 Terminal
Leave Pay; 6.426 Workers Compensation;
6.511 Sick Leav4; 6.512 Annual Leave;
6.514 Illness In Line of Duty Leave;
6.62 Travel District Business; 7.251
District Provisions; 7.311 Preparation;
7.312 Processing and Approval of Budget;
6.522 Other Uses of Buses; 7.531 Super-
intendent; 7.532 Transportation Coordi-
nator 7.533 Principal; 7.534 Bus Drivers;
9.11 Objectives of the School Food and
Nutrition Service Program; 9.23 School
Food Coordinator; 9.31 Work Schedules;
9.33 Appointments; 9.44 Insurance; 9.78
Economically Needy Children; 9.81
School Meal Pattern; 9.91. School Food
and Nutrition Service Funds; 10.111 Func-
tion.
DELETIONS
1.643 Delivery to School Board Members;
1.732 Standing Committees; 1.733 Other
Committees; 2.515 Emergency' Leave;
3.411T Program of Studies; 4.441 Transfer
Students; 4.4621 General Responsibility
of Principal; 4.4622 Responsibility to Stu-
dents; 4.471 Statutory Provisions; 4.472
District Policy; 3.4754 Apalachee Film
Library; 4.50 Conduct, Behavior and Dis-
cipline; 4.51 Development; 4.512 Admini-
strative; 4.513 Teacher; 5.3233 Health Ex-
amination; 6.131 Bus Drivers; 6.132 Dual
Employment; 9.32 Work Days Per Year;
9.47 Professional Organization.
31t2-11
FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons intend to register


with the Clerk of the Circuit court' Gulf
County. Florida, four weeks after the first
publication of this notice, the fictitious
name o liade name unier annmn ine-y ail
ne engaged in business and in'Anici', 5aia
business Is to be carried on, to-wit;
PENINSULAR SECURITY COMPANY
1502 Long Avenue '
Port St. Joe, Florida
Owners: James M. Mock
Philllp C. McLeod
4t 2-4

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit court, Gulf
County, Florida, four weeks after the first
publication of this notice, the fictitious
name or trade name under which they will
be engaged in business and In which said
business is to be carried on, to-wit: J
GLEN'S.PAINT & BODY SHOP
Hwy. 71, White City
Owner/Glen-R. Douds, Jr,
412-4

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
i IN RE: The Marriage of
DOYLE EUGENE NORRIS. Husband.
Petitioner. "
And
PATRICIA DIANNE HUFF NORRIS. Wife.
Respondent.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Patricia Dianne Huff Norris'
clo Mrs. Alvin Huff (
Huntsville. Texas 77340
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED a Peti-
lion for Dissolution of Marriage has been
flied against you and you are required to (
serve a copy of your Answer or other 4
response to the Petition on Petitioner's
Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE
321 Reid Avenue
P. 0. Box 248,
Porl St. Joe. Florida 32456
and file the original thereof in the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office. Gulf County Cour-
thouse. Port St. Joe. Florida 32456. on or
before the 25th day of February. 1982. If
you fail to do so. a Final Judgment for the (
relief sought may be granted by default.
DATED this the 26th day of January.
1982.
JERRY GATES.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tonya D. Allen. Deputy Clerk
4t 1-28

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. GULF
COUNTY. FLORIDA
Civil Action No.: 81-48
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSO-.
CIATION. a United States corporation,
Plaintiff.
vs.
DONALD R. BAKER. et al.
Defendants.
AMENDED
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DONALD R. BAKER. BRENDA R. .
BAKER and DEBORAH A. BAKER
RESIDENCE: Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to .
foreclose a mortgage on the following
property in Gulf County. Florida.
Lot 9 and East 40 feet Lot 8. Block 1.
Stebel Heights Subdivision: White Ci-
ty. Florida. as recorded in Plat Book
1. page 53 of the Public Records of
Gulf County. Florida.
and First Amendment to Complaint has
been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it on PAUL F. BRYAN.
Plaintiff's attorney. whose address Is 600 4
Courtland Street. Suite 600. Orlando.
Florida 32804. on or before the 18th day of
February. 1982. and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either before ser-
vice on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
the,salter: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demand-
ed in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on January 26, 1982.
JERRY GATES.
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Tonya Allen. Deputy Clerk UT-/f


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY. FEB. 18. 1982


MINUTES-

of the


Gulf County Commission


The Board of County Com-
mission met January 12, 1982
in regular session with the
* following members present:
Chairman Jimmy 0. Gort-
man, Douglas Birmingham,
Eldridge Money, William R.
Branch, and James L. Tan-
kersley. Also present were
Sheriff Ken Murphy, Clerk
.Jerry Gates, Attorney William
J. Rish, and Civil Defense
Director-Bailiff Bill Lamar.
-The meeting came to order
at 9:00 a.m.
The attorney opened the
meeting with prayer and the
Clerk led the pledge of al-
legiance to the flag.
The Board approved the
minutes of December 8, 1981
as written.
The Chairman announced
that, pursuant to public adver-
tisement, the first order of
business would be to receive
bids to sell one 1981 ambu-
lance. The Clerk announced
that no bids were received.
The attorney then advised the
B1%ftd they may now negotiate
to sale or trade the ambu-
lance.
: The Chairman announced
taltipursuant to public adver-
tisement, the Board would
liold" a public hearing to
consider a moratorium on ad
'ialorem taxes on the improve-
Sments of Port Services Cor-
poration for the next ten
Sears. Bill Harris, President,
SIort Services Corporation,
appeared before the Board to
Seplain the plans for the 62
,aire site presently owned by
his company. He said the
c"ff any is requesting -the
county forego taxes on any
buildings or improvements
placed on the property for the
n.xt ten years. He said the
company would continue to
pay the taxes presently levied
on .tbe property as the law
r0cpures for the next .ten
years. Comm. Tankersley
thin-moved the Board grant,
t*, e ten year ad valorem tax
mr'mrtorium on improvement
Std.the property of Port Ser-
Sves, Inc. Comm. Money!
: sdbonded the motion and it
pissed by the following vote:
Comm. Tankersley- ,.Aye,
SC mr Branch- Aye,' Cbminm.
: t neym Aye, Comm; 'Grt-m
"in n- Aye, Comm. Birming-'
him- No.
sheriff Murphy appeared
before the Board todiscuss the
jail inspection report dated'
Otrober 27, 1981, conducted by
the Florida Department of
Ci rrections. Sheriff Murphy
'stated that the major defi-
Scies are caused by a lack o
staff, that he feels the jail is
Soky, except for minor main-
teilance, and he does not agree
that additional staff is needed.
The Board requested Sheriff
Murphy and Attorney Rishi
answer the inspection report.
-Clerk Gates told the Board
tiat Dr. Thomas S. Gibson hai
made the last of his $5,000
annual donations to the It-
.bia ry, bringing the total dc-
noted to $25,000. Comm. Birn-
ingham then moved the alt-
torney prepare a resolution
i honoring Dr. Gibson for hies
donations. Comm. Money sec-
onded the motion and it passed
unanimously. The Chairman
appointed Comm. Tankersley
arid Comm. Money to meet
with Dr. Gibson concerning
fufu.e_ donations to the li-
brary, ;
Sheriff Murphy told tlire
Board they may need 'to
update their present ordi-
nance on permits to carry
guns in light of a recent
Supreme Court decision ccn-.
cerning this matter. I
Upon motion by Comimn.
Bi'-nihgham, second by
Colinm. Tankersley, and iin-
ani~ious vote, the Board ap-
proyed an increase in Ilhe
workers -compensation poli-cy
premium in the amount of
,227.00,' due to a change in
the:'experience modification
based on the previous years
los".experience.
The'Bdard received a letter
from the City of Port St. Joe
concerning the delinquent
water-sewer bill of Donald
Moyrey, Jr., 310 Iola Street,
Oal Grove. The attorney
advised the Board they coIld
havI, the Sheriff and other
proer health authorities en-
Sforce the mandatory hook-up
ordinance in Oak Grove. lfHe
saidthe Board could place the
pastglue account in small
clainfs court for collection or
offset it against any amounts
due itnMr. Mowrey from the
Boari'dor surveying services.
Coneti Money moved the
Board adjust the amount due
from the Board to Mi-. Mowrey
for Surveying services in !the
amtint that he owes the City
of Pyrt St. Joe, billing collec-
tion agent for the Board in Oak
Grove. Comm. Branch sec-
ondel the motion and it passed
unanimously. .
The Board received notice
front the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Ser-


vice that they were request-
ing 99,201.63 be withheld from
Gulf County's state revenue
sharing monies for medicaid


costs.
The Chairman nominated
Clerk Jerry Gates to serve as
the public representative or
the District II Advisory Board
for the CETA Program.
Upon motion by Comm.
Money, second by Comm.
Tankersley, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved the
contract with the Gulf County
Guidance Clinic in the amount
of $2,625.00.
Upon motion by Comm.
Tankersley, second by Comm.
Birmingham, and unanimous
vote, the Board approved dues
to the Chamber of Commerce
'in the amount of $600.00.
Upon recommendation of
Administrative Assistant
Tommy Pitts, the Board ap-
proved three utility permits
for the St. Joe Telephone
Company, on file in the Clerk's
Office.
The Board received notice
of the annual Tri-Rivers Asso-
ciation meeting to be held
January 19, 1982, in Albany,
Georgia.
The Clerk reported that
claims submitted by Ted
Drew, injured while working
as an ambulance volunteer,
had not been paid by. the
Board's insurance carrier.
The Board requested Mr.
Drew meet with the attorney
concerning this matter.
At the request of Civil
Defense Director Bill Lamar,
and upon motion by Comm.
Biymingham, second by
Comm. Money, and unam-
mous vote, the Board request-
ed the attorney prepare a
resolution in opposition to the
funding formula for local
disaster operations as pre-.
pared by the Department of
Community Affairs.
The Board agreed to' the
execution of the 2.75 acre swap
of property between Gulf
County and St. Joe Paper
Company in White City as
previously voted upon at the
public hearing held on October
27, 1981.
Ed Leuchs, Apalachee Re-
gional Planning Council, dis-
cussed with the Board the
".Save the Rivers" Program
and presented a resolution for
the Board's study-and-consi-
deration at the meeting of
January26, 1981. Ross McVoy,
Apalachee Regional Planning
Council, discussed. with the
Board the Medicaid-Medicare
billings and the planning
council's attempt to help
counties control the costs
associated with this program.
Raymond Lopez told the
Board he would like to see the
Beaches water project put on
a future board agenda. The
Chairman stated the engineer-
ing firm was working on this
project and a public hearing
would be held on the matter
before any decisions are made
concerning water in the area.
Raymond Lopez inquired'as
to the status of the deed to the,
lot purchased for the Beaches
Fire Department. The at-
torney stated the deed was on
the desk of Attorney Cecil G.
Costin, who was in the hospital
and unable to execute the
deed.
Evan Williams, Fire Chief,
discussed problems at the
Beaches Fire Department
caused by the extreme cold
weather.
Upon motion by Comm.
Money, second by Comm.
Branch, and unanimous vote,
the Board requested the at-
torney prepare a resolution in
favor of increased state fund-
ing for libraries. .
Comm. Birmingham told
the Board he was, aware of
problems in obtaining septic
tank permits due to the illness
of county sanitarian Schwei-
kert. Comm. Birmingham
stated that since the Franklin
County Sanitarian was handl-
ing the issuance of septic tank
permits in the absence of Mr.
Schweikert that he would
request the commissioner in
charge of the Health Depart-
ments to inform each recep-
tionist to give the number of
the Health Department Sani-
tarian in Franklin County to
persons applying for a septic
tank permit. The Board
agreed.
Comm. Birmingham told
the Board he felt they should

have a system for applicants
to provide information to the
Board concerning requests for
moratoriums on property
taxes on improvements for
industry. The Board discussed
this matter with no action
taken.
Comm. Branch moved the
Board write a letter to Repre-
sentative Leonard Hall and
State Senators Dempsey Bar-
ron and Pat Thomas request-
ing they introduce legislation
changing the law allowing the
Department of Revenue to set
budgets for certain local offi-
cials and then requiring the
counties to fund these budgets
as set by beauracrats living in
Tallahassee. Comm. Money


seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
Comm. Branch requested
the Clerk inform the Regional


Department of Transportation
Office in Chipley of the
Board's .decision to take over
maintenance of the Wayside
Park on the Dead Lakes at the
West Arm Bridge in Wewa-
hitchka.
Comm. Branch told the
Board that the paving of North
Canal Drive in Overstreet
would commence as soon as
weather permits.
Comm. Branch moved the
Board promote Bob Lester to
the position, of Road Superin-
tendent and increase his
salary by $1,000 per year,
beginning with the next pay
period. Comm. Birmingham
seconded the motion and it
passed unanimously.
Comm. Branch moved the
Board advertise for part time
help to perform general office
work at the Road Department,
commencing at 6:00 a.m. and
ending at 11:00 a.m. each day,
5 hours per day, 20 hours per
day work week at a rate of
$3.50 per hour, excluding sick
leave. Comm. Tankersley sec-
onded the motion. The motion
failed with Comm. Tankersley
voting no, Comm. Tankersley-
no, Comm. Gortman-,.-no,
C6mm. Money- aye, and
Comm. Branch- aye. After
discussion Comm. Birming-
ham moved the Board (same
motion uipte per hour) include
sick leave on a pro-rata basis.
Comm. "Tankersley seconded
the motion and it passed
unanimously. The Board
*agreed to take the employ-
ment recommendation of the
Road : Superintendent, Bob
Lester, at the meeting of
February 9th, -
SComm. Branch requested
the advertisement for a court-
house employee be placed in
both newspapers and that
Charlie Presley, Couirthouse
Maintenance Supervisor,
make ani'employment recom-
mendation to the Board at the
night meeting of January 26,
1982. The Board agreed.
The Board" discussed re-
placement :of : employee
Tommy Pitts'and decided that
the deadline for applications
would be. January 26th and
That the ttasDepartment of
*Entomology -should -go" over
the applications with Mr. Pitts
.to insure that all applicants
recommended to :the Board
for consideration meet .the
state regulations.
Comm. Gortman told the
Board he had received in-
quiries concerning surplus .
junk at the Road Department.
The attorney advised the,
Board- that since' they had
advertised the junk for sale
and received no bids they
could now negotiate for its
sale. The Board agreed to let
Superintendent Bob Lester set
the priceforthe junk with all
monies received to be turned
over to the'Clerk's' Office for
deposit in the Board's ac-
counts.
The Chairman recommend-
ed that. -Jim Bozeman. of
Wewahitchka be appointed to
the Dead Lakes Water Man-
agement .District and. .the
Governor of 'the State be
notified the Board's intentions,
in this matter.' The Board'
agreed.
Comm. Tankersley told the
Board he was upset' over
oyster leasing in the lagoon at
Indian Pass. He then moved
the attorney prepare a resolu-
tion opposing any new oyster
leasing in Gulf County and
before the issuance of any new
oyster leases presently on file
that a public hearing be held
concerning this matter.
Comm. Branch seconded the
motion and.."t passed unani-
mously.
Comm. Tankersley request-


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ploys 33 people.
"While that is not a huge
payroll," Bishop said, "its loss
would certainly hurt in a,
county (Russell) that already
has a 19.2 percent unemploy-
ment rate."

SHIPS COULDN'T MOVE
There is little question that
Blountstown, in one of that
state's poorest counties, would
lose its largest payroll if the
Corps abandoned the channel.
"We would have to close
down," said Sylvia Gates of
RYSCO Shipyard.
RYSCO, with 150 employ-
ees, builds 10 or 12 ocean-
going ships a year. Most of the
!vessels, valued at upward of
$1 million, displace six or
eight feet of water empty. All
must travel the 78 miles down
the Apalachicola for delivery
to customers world-wide.


TIRES AFFECTED FERTILIZER WOULD COST
Bishop cited Continental FERTILIZER WOULD COST
. Carbon Company at Phenix MORE
City as an illustration of the Mississippi Chemical Com-
"ripple effect" that would pany,' a.' farmer-owned co-
result, operative, operates two fertili-
Continental Carbon uses oil zer distribution centers on the
barged up the waterway from ACF- one at Bainbridge, Ga.,
Texas. to produce carbon with a capacity of 27,600 tons
black, which the company of liquid fertilizer and one at
supplies to Southeastern tire Port Florida-West, Sneads,
manufacturers. The product with storage for 34,400 tons of
ends iup in tires bearing such. dry mixed fertilizer.
names as Goodyear, Good- James A. Pierce, director of
rich, Firestone, UniRoyal and transportation, said the com-
Michelin. pany would not abandon the
While the r new Michelin Bainbridge facility, but trans-
plant at Dothan does not portation would cost $6 per ton
receive or ship by water, .more by rail.
Bishop explained, the cornm- The Sneads port does not
pany's mixing plant which have usable rail facilities.
supplies the Dothan operation, Pierce said it costs $8.60 per
obtains carbon' black 'from ton to barge fertilizer from
Continental. Pascagoula, Miss., to Sneads.
Joe 'Barlow, manager of' 'ith handling and trucking
supply for Continental, said from the port added in, he
that if maintenance of the -said, that means a farmer-
ACF stopped,. the company member at Campbellton, now
"would have to look very pays $15.04 a ton for transpor-
..closely" at whether to keep station A farmer at Irwinton,
the Phenix City plant open. Ga. (near Macon) pays $20.45.
(The plant closed in 1973 and If the company had to truck
remained closed for five the fertilizer from Pasca-
years. Barlow said the No. 1 goula, transportation would
factor then was 'lack of cost the Campbellton farmer
dependable barge transporta- $23.14per. ton and. the one at
-tion, with generalf'economic Irwinton $35.37.
slowdown and OPEC oil prob- pOR WOULD SUFFER
lems contributing to the deci- Worse forbondholdersofthe
sion.) Worse for bondholders of the
Thesion.) Phenx C antem Jackson 'County Port Author-


ed the Clerk write the Govein-
or and the Department of
Transportation complaining
about the Highland View
Bridge and requesting the
State proceed with the con-
struction of a new high rise
bridge immediately, He also
requested the Clerk. write'the
Chamber of Commerce, the
City of Port St. Joe, and the
City of Wewa to form a
committee to push for im-
mediate construction of the
bridge.

The Property Appraisal Ad-
justment Board'met January
12, 1982 with the following
members present: Chairman
Jimmy 0. Gortman, William
R. Branch, Eldridge Money,
Paul Sewell, and Fred Greer.
Also present were Attorney
William J. Rish, Clerk Jerry
'Gates, and Property Ap-
praiser Joyce D. Williams.
The Board, aftertdiscussion
of previous board action, did
then execute the record of
decision and notice of the
Property Appraisal Adjust-
ment Board, and t ie Certi-
ficate of Property Appraial
Adjustment Board.
There being no further
business, the .meeting was
adjourned.


FIRST

BAPTIST CHURCH

Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue

SUNDAY SCHOOL .......... 9:45 A.M
MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00A.M.
CHURCH TRAINING .................... 6:0OP.M.
EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE ............. 7:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .......... 7:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God with Us"




HIGHLAND VIEW

METHODIST CHURCH
Corner 4th & Parker Ave
Invites You to Worship Services
Rev. Paul Griffin, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL ................ ..... ....10:00 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP .................... 6:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY ................. 7:30 Prayer Meetings
Nursery Provided


ria, losing Ene nea s ermil
nal would leave the $5 million


port with no major user.
Kaiser Chemical Company
manufactures fertilizer at
Bainbridge and also distri-
butes throughout the three
states. The company receives
a key ingredient, pure liquid
ammonia, by specially-con-
structed refrigerated barge.
Switching to rail, transporta-
tion manager Gene Fox said,
would add to production costs
half a million dollars annually
in excessive freight charges.
Existing unloading and stor-
age facilities also would have
to be modified, at a one-time
cost of approximately
$400,000, and the company
would have to lease more rail
cars. Net result again: higher
fertilizer prices.
Farmers would also be the
first to suffer from the loss of
barge transportation by La-
peyrouse Grain Company at
Phenix City and Columbia,
Ala., and Blountstown.
LOST CUSTOMERS
A severe drought last year
shows what could happen to
shippers like Chevron Asphalt
at Bainbridge and Tenneco Oil
Company at Blakely, which
have no rail access. They
could not meet demand and,
as a result, lost valuable


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customers. In the case of
Chevron, the company truck-
ed road building materials
directly to customers from
Savannah and Mobile at great-
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cost.
For Great Southern Paper
Company at Blakely, one of
the largest users of the
..waterway, transportation.
manager Reid Smith said,
"Fuel oil would have to be
diverted to either rail or truck
at substantially higher freight
rates."
Both Great Southern and
Alabama Kraft at Cottonton,
Ala., have $million-
plus investments .in receiving
facilities, which would have to
be converted.
Smith noted another import-
ant factor that would affect all
who have the potential for
using barges.
"The loss of inland water-
way transportation as a com-
petitive factor in rate-
making," he said, "would
result in substantially higher
rail and truck rates."
Development. of the
Tri-states area already has
been slowed by failure to
provide the 9 by 100 foot
channel promised more than
30 years ago, Bishop said. 'He


expressed hope that, rather
than stifling productivity of
this region still more, the
President and Congress will
move to complete the water-
way.

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kirman Warren H. Good-
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of Wewahitchka, and Linda L.
McCarson of 61q Jennings
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Base, Colo., after completing
Air Force basic training.
-During the six weeks at
Lackland Air Force Base,
Texas, the airman studied the
Air Force mission, organiza-
tion and customs and received
special training in human"
relations.
In addition, airmen, who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree in applied science.
through the Community Col-
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specialized instruction in the
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"The harmful impact of
closing the Apalachicola-
Chattahoochee-Flint Water-
way would not stop in the
Tri-states," E,. E. Bishop, Sr.,
president of the Dothan-based
Tri-Rivers Waterway Devel-
opment Association, said re-
cently. "It would spread
throughout the Southeast and
ultimately to consumers na-
tionwide."
The Corps of Engineers has
directed district engineers,
under the President's pro-,
posed FY 1982-83 budget to
stop operating waterways
with less than 5 million tons of
commerce annually. The
ACF, still uncompleted
through Florida, handles ap-.
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The President's budget was
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1982 PAGE THIRTEEN


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SERVICE


3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick horn
less than 2 yrs. old, cen. b&
carpet, reasonably price
229-6571 after 5:00. ltp 2-

In White City, 4 bdrm. hou
w/fireplace, 1% acres of lan
on front lot. Can be used f(
garden spot or ideal place fc
mobile home parking. 'L
,shade trees, deep well, goo
water. On hwy; 71. Good sp
for business location. 639-577
3tc 1-
5 yr. old brick home, 3 bdrm
2 ba., liv. rm., din. rm., fain
rm., breakfast area, ch/a
range, r2efrig., dishwasher
Fla.rm., 2 car garage w/oper
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privacy .fence, shallow wel
pump. Cypress Ave. Cal
229-6401 for ppt tfc 11


Brick home, 3 bdrm.,; 1%
ba., only, 5 yrs. old. Cen.
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porch. 616 Marvin Ave.,
Port" St. J4oe. .Shown by
appt. only. Call 229-8000.
48,m000.00
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18' shrimp net; set of Mag
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van with dinette-sleeper with
table. Call 229-8307.

Boat, motor, trailer, 2 gas
cans, $500. 1020 Garrison Ave.
Phone 2294104.

Used: .Philco frostlesss re-
frigerator-. Call after 5 p.m.,
229-8543. 2tp 2-18


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

The Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will meet the first Monday
each month at 7!30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6-4
'The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
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stereo with turntable, radio,
tapeplayeir for sale, $125, in
excel. cond. Call 229-6233 after-
6p.m. ltp 2-18

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a.c., am-fm *radio, 10,400
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Mobile home sites, efficien-
cy apt., mobile homes, and
campers for rent on beach. By
day, week, month or year. Ski
Breeze Camp Sites. Call
229-6105. tfe 1-7
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rentt
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.

For Rent: Small furnished
house, St. Joe Beach. Call
227-1549. tfe 2-18


MOVING SALE: Saturday,
Feb. 20th. 1308 Garrison Ave; 9
a.m. till.



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Will babysit in your home,
Mexico Beach. area. Call
648-5421 after 5:30.
ltp 2-18

PAINTING
Exterior & Interior Repairs
20 Yrs. Experience
Free Estimate
SReasonable Rates
Call 229-8924
tfc 2-18

Reliable
MOBILE HOME MOVING
Fast Courteous Service
Reasonable Rates
Call anytime
(Local or long distance)
Phone 229-6875
4t2-18

PROFESSIONAL
PAINTING
.Best Price In Town
Ponch
Res.648-830
4tp2-18

CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings Portraits
Phone 229-8922
tfc 12-10.

AVON-BuyorSell
Call district manager, Claudia
Walters, Panama City,
871-5523. tfc 10-8
Joe Betsy -,- We wash,
caulk, scrape, sand and glaze
windows and and prime before
we paint. Call433-5356.
12tc 12-10


Will buy lamps, dishes, pic- Walls washed and cleaned
tures, old crochetOpieces. Call by husband and wife, also in-
229-6254. p2-4 terror and exterior painting,
windows cleaned, reliable
workers. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
S, tfIc 1-7


648-5011 Sales 648-8220 Rentals

E. B. Miller, Realtor Ike Duren, Realtor


St. Joseh Bay
900 Hwy. 98 -;
P. O. Box:13332
Mexico Beach, FL


PORT ST. ,JOE
Beautiful 3 bdrm., 2 ba. brick home
only 2/% yrs. old. Fenced in. back
yard, utility shed, 1 car garage.'Must
see to appreciate. 104 21st St.
S$67,590.0. .
Cut heatrig & cooling bills with this
geo-thermal unit. Has 3 bdrm., 2 ba;; 1
car garage. :enced back yard.. Only
$50,000. Best of neighborhoods, 107
Yaupon. Good assumable mortgage.
Price Reduced to'$29,000: 1305 Mar-
vf. Ave., 3 bdrm., 1 ba., home in good
location; fenced back yard, gas heat.
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. Only $12,000 down, balance at
12% over 10 yrs. 506 8th St. No. 105.
Lg. house, 3 bdrm., 1 VI ba., liv. rm.,
din. rm., & kitchen combo, carport,
newly painted thruout. 1501 Monu-
ment. No. 106.
OVERSTREET
West Forest St. Two 1 acre lots.
$5,000.00 each.
3 acres on Highway, $5,000 an acre.
1980' Commander mobile home
14x70'. 3 bdrm., 1/2 ba., furnished.
Cen. gas heat. Assumable mortgage.
Trailer only.
2.64 acres on highway. $13,500.
Three lots, approx. acre each on
waterfront at Wetappo Creek. $9,000
'each, owner may finance.
Right on the canal 3 bdrm., 2 ba.
$35,900. Carpet, central heat & air,
good assumable 7% mortgage. Can't
beat that

HOWARD CREEK
Huge 2-story, 7 bdrm. house on '/I
acre of land. Great for Ig. family or
hunting lodge. $38,000. Will finance.
Perfect getaway place or comfortable
permanent home. 12x60' mobile
home on 1 acre, chain link fence &
chicken or turkey pens, Ig. screen
porch, fruit trees, 3 wells. Priced
right.


Realty "

ST. JOE BEACH
1980 Champion mobile home (32x48'),
2 bdrm., 1 ba., on nice lot (75x150').
Oak Street. $8,500 down assume ex-
isting mortgage.
.Beautiful 3 bdrm., 1 ba. modern
design home w/heated swimming
pool. Enjoy the view of Gulf from side
deck. Call us today to see what you're
.missing! $115,000.
Great, lk1neV3 bd r A&b., Ig.
den d Ave.

Partially-finished house $19,006b. 1 -,
blk. from beach 3 ,bdrm,, 1 ba. Adja- ,
cent lot also available No 204 ,
1 bdrm. 1 ba. Trailer,: 75xlf0' lot,
$12,500. Pinedla St.No. 205,
2 bdrm. mobile home, fujilshed In-
cluding 2 alc's, well & pump. Lg.
screen porch. $17,500.00.
BEACON HILL
Lg. 4 bdrm., 2 ba. Bealtlful Gulf view.
,Great sun deck. $75:000,with good
assumable mortgage.
2 bdrm., 2 ba. stucco house on Hwy.
98 (north side), great view of Gulf.
$45,000. :
3 bdrm., 1 be. on 3 lots, fireplace,
newly carpeted. $36.000-No.804.
Waterfront lot. 50 feet on U.S. 98.
OAK GROVE
401 Madison, 2 bdrm., 1 .ba., partially
furnished, chain link fence, $10,500.

Jones Homestead
4 bdrm., newly remodeled Ig. kitchen.
1,1 acres, completely chain link fenc-
ed. $48,500.
3 bdrm., newly remodeled home on lg.'.
lot,$5,000 down, balance over 20 year
period.
WARD RIDGE
Compare this house at 128 Barbara
Dr. In Ward Ridge. 4 bdrm., 2 ba.,
dble, car garage on 2 75x150" lots, .
approx. 90% complete. Only $47,200.
House has a $9,000 assumable mor-
tgage at 11%. -.
3 bdrm., 1%'/ ba. home w/swimming
pool & 6' privacy fence. Call for more
Info. $43.500.


independently Owned and Oper


MEXICO BEACH
Nice & neat. 3 bdrril., 2 ba. stucco
house on nice lot in great location.
27th St.
Investment Opportunity: Triplex, 2
units are 2 bdrm., 1 ba.; one unit is 3
bdrm.. 1 ba. Located near beach.
Super owner financing.
Cute one bdrm., 1 ba. house near-the
beach. $37,500.
2 bd'rm. duplex, sundeck & good view
of the beach. $49,000 owner financ-
ing, 20%. down. No. 302;
4 bdrm., 2 ba. cen. h/a, Ig. l1i. rm.., 2
formal dlms, den fireplace on 2
lots cahna location with boat dock.
No. 303. -
Grand Isle, 3 bdrm., 1w ba. wood
privacy fence, cen. his/a wheat pump,
Ig. garden area, only $48,000. No. 304.
1 bdrm. duplex on Hwy. $38,500.20%
down, owner'finance. No. 305. ,
2 beautiful lots 75x112' ea.. total
150x112'. Nice and grassy with septic
tank. .
2 bdrm., 1 ba. home overlooking the
Gulf just across hwy. Hwy. 98 & 3rd
St. $44,000. No. 306.
REDUCED. 3 bdrm., 2 ba. stucco
house on nice lot, partially furnished.
Assumable mortgage. $45.000. No.
308.
Nice 2 bdrm.. 2 ba. home on Hwy. 386.
can see Glilf from yd. $52.000.
Move in with low down pay~t. Only
$250 m n(~ etihg i age.
3 bdr rlr hol 1 St
$25,90-P"
Duplex, brand new. 2 bdrms., 1 ba.
each side. unfurnished. 7th St.
$47.000.00.
Excellent rental opportunity. Attrac-
tive 2 bdrm.. 1 ba. duplex. located on
39th St. Furnished, close to Gulf.
19th St. 2 bdrm. custom built trailer
less than a block from the beach.
$29.500.
Close to beach, 2 bdrm., 1'/z ba.
trailer on corner lot, $26,000. Lot
50'x150'.


MONTHLY
RENTALS
Nice selection of houses & apts. now
available for rent. Call for more info.
GULF AIRE
Spanish design 2 story, 4 bdrm., 2V
ba., Ig. den, liv. rm. w/fireplace. dble
garage. 101/4 O assumable mortgage.
Some beautiful lots still available at
11'/ % Interest, 25% down.'

CYPRESS LODGE
4 miles from Wewa on Dead Lakes.
Complete campground at $395,000.
Owner finance. Lots from $4,500 to
$8.500, other parcels available.

COMMERCIAL
Highland View 3 well placed lots
on U.S. 98. Room for most any type
business including parking space.
Approx. 183 ft. on U.S. 98.
Fully equipped store bldg. on 31*
* acres on Hwy. 30. will finance. No.
401 .
Convenience store St. Joe Beach
S1.536 sq. ft. on 11z lots w/concrete
slab floor for expansion. No. 402.
2,700 sq. ft. building on First St. in
Port St. Joe on 3 lots.:No. 403.
2 lots'on P';d Ave. 60'x90'. No. 404.

WEWAHITCHKA
2 bdrm.. 1 ba. frame house financing
available. $11.300.00. No. 601.
Two 4 1 t s n H 71 just
north dowLp n LachT 249'
on shhnly
Survey ovd IS '
ASSOCIA TES -
AFTER HOURS
ARCHIE BARBEE ....... 648-5392
PAULETTACAMPBELL ... 648-8977
JIM CLEMENT .......... 648-5482
ALISA DUREN ........... 648-5635
BOB & JEAN FALISKI .... 229.6553
RHONDA HEATH ........ 227-1782
BRENDA RUSHING WOOD 227-1589


Carpentry Work Done
. ... Reasonable Rates
Jimmy Johnson
Phone 229-8757
tfc2-2


Copies
Now at

The Star
306 Williams Ave.-
from,.
SurNew
S"VQoC"

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PAINTING
Interior Exterior
Complete Exterior Pressure
Cleaning. Kill mildew,&.
fungus. A Christian-owned
business
Call Larry Washington
769-5827.
Panama City .
4tp2-1l
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work --Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
EveryDay -



PAT'S MATS & FRAMES
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. Hrs: 9 a.m.- 7 p.m.,
E.S.T., Wed. Sat,; Sun-
days 1-7 p.m. 648-8914.
tfc11-5


St. oseph Bay
Constrvctno i






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


CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience.
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 .
904/229-35
tfc6-4
All types of construction
work. Carpentry, block, brick,
electrical & plumbing, Call
, John. or Douglas Johnson,
night or day. 639-2950. No job
too large ot too small,
4tc 2-4

Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8.00 P.M., E.S.T.
S Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720

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


Psychological. Services for
anyone with problems in day-'
to-day living, Gulf County.
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours)


COSTING INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
'All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. -Joe
Phone 229-890 "
tfc 11-12


Skills, bugs for
Going Fishing? up tosix months,
Stop her, first and saves you oboutS o100yorly
'for a complt in costly pst co. trol services
line of Use of Sprayer tree with
fishing Tackle purchase of RWA-Bug
Fishing Tackle uBusup co.
I36 Reid Avenue
Hurlbut Supply Mo3id& Avenue
306 Reid Av.
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The Beautiful You -

Mary Kay Cosmetics "

)o For career information, ora a
r "complimentary facial, call Cin-
dy Belin at 229-8934. -






For Sale: Four bdrm., 2 ba., on
80'x180' lot, only $24,600. 1/3 down,,
and balance at 12%. 216 Ninth St.

Four bdrm., 1 ba., den, Ig. kitchen,
carport and 6' chain link fence. 614
Maddox St., Oak Grove.

Two bdrm., 1 ba., only $12,900 with
12% owner financing. 523 3rd St,

Lg. duplex Each apt. contains 3
bdrms; and 1 bath. Only $45,000. 1616
Long Ave. $10,000 down with owner
financing available at convenient
terms.

3 bdrrs., 2 ba., Ig. den, fireplace, hew
carpet. Let us show you this very nice
house. $37,000. Financing available.

Lg. 4 bdrms., 3 ba. house in good
neighborhood. Central air and heat,
plus other extra features. By apt. on-
ly.


HANNON

INSURANCE AGENCY
FRANK HANNON, Broker
Roy Smith-Associate .
221 Reid Avenue 227-1133


FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE .
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &;
Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St. Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.; 9:00-5:00, M, T, Th,F, S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
tfc -21.

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










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TV& RADIO REPAIR -
B& JElectrical&
Electronics
5101st St., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8075 :
In Wewa on Tuesdays
4t64


GLEN F. COMBS -..
227-1M89

SP.O. BOX 456 .
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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SEARS S AS CLOSE AS
YOUR TELEPHONE!
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7-OAKS ,
GOSPEL SUPPLIES Sears Catalog Sales'

127 HunterSt.,OakGrove 227-1151


LeonPolock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


TAFLINGER PAINTING
(Interior and Exterior)
Pressure Cleaning for Grime and Mildew
ALSO COOL SEALING MOBILE HOME ROOFS
WILL COOL MOBILE HOMES 15-20%
FOR FREE ESTIMATE
Call 229-8977




WAUNETA'S BOOKKEEPING
& INCOME TAX SERVICE
Open 8 a.m. till 5 p.m., Mon. Fri.
Open after 5 p.m., by appointment
Saturday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone 229-8536
116 Monument Avenue
Port St Joe


Assisted by
Pat Holman


Wauneta Brewer
Owner


REAL ESTAT


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ATTENTION!!!

Tallahassee Democrat adult motor
route now taking applications in your
area. Earn extra money, working
short hours. Call collect 599-22g2.


Church Supplies

Rubber.Stamps

Hosptal & Funeral Flowers
Sound Studio Recording
' : -Service.


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The Sewing Room
410 A Reid Avenue
9P S Port St. Joe, Florida OO ,
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


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PIZZAS$
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88 Oz. Piknik
VEGETABLE
COOKING 99
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303 Can Mix or Match Fine Fare
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CORN 31
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BEANS
12 oz. Spanish $ 4 69
PEANUTS ..... ".I6
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PEARS ........ 89
PEACH HALVES 690
24 oz. $133
BEEF STEW ....
220L. $1 23
COFFEE CREAMER $123
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Long Grain RICE 59
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