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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: June 17, 1982
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 42


THE SAR

Industry -Deep Water Port- Fine People - Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 32456 * THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1982


20* Per Copy I


City Accepts





Pump Offer



Firm to Install Two Units


After examining several al-
ternatives and examining sev-
eral offers, the City Commis-
sion decided Tuesday night to
accept an offer by Rowe
Drilling .Company to install
new pumbis on two new water
wells recently drilled :by the
S ity.
The time-table for installa-
tion of the pumps was stepped
tip by the Commission when it
was learned'last week St. Joe
SPaper Cdmpany was going to
'have a dredge operating in
Their fresh water canal within
about two weeks. The dredg-
Sing operations will stir up the
water and put a considerable
amount of sediment in the


water, which is now one of the
main sources of supply for the
City's domestic water supply.
The two new wells were
drilled to take the place of two
other wells which had caved in
and had operational problems.
The Rowe company, a Tal-
lahassee concern, has offered-
to set new pumps in the wells
for a' combined price of
$17,100, which includes in-
stallation. Rowe has stated he
can have the work completed
before the SJPC dredging,
operation gets underway.
The City has been told the
dredging of the' fresh water
canal will start at the north
end so as to minimize agita-


6,000 Pounds




Free Cheese

Some 6,000 pounds of free cheese will be distributed here
in Gulf County today and tomorrow, according to Doug Kent,
Mosquito Control Supervisor, who has been charged with
securing .and delivery of the cheese by the Gulf County
Commission.
Kent's announcement said the cheese would .be
transported to Gulf County this morning, (Thursday) and
distribution will start this afternoon at 1:00 p.m., local time,
in both Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka. The distribution will
,continue until.5:00 p.m. ,
In Port St. Joe, the cheese will be banded out to qualified
persons at4 the Washington High Recireatid6 ceiiter. In'
" Wwa.i , the..i. il -8. ade' a"f- leM"-
mmunity Center.. .
The cheesecomes in five-pound packages, with a family
of six or less eligible for one five-pound package. Families of
more than six people are eligible for-two packages.
Kent- said information will be required for proof of
income lor eligibility.'such as Social Security, W-2 forms,
welfare letter, etc." The cheese' is available only to
economically distressed or deprived families.
Kent said if all the cheese is not distributed today and
tomorrow, it willbe kept in storage until the next distribution
date.
The cheese is made available by the United States
Department of Agriculture, which is disposing of the dairy
product through its surplus program.


tion in the water in case it
takes the'City a day or two
longer than expected to get its
new wells operating.
When the installation of the
pumps is complete, the' City
water problems; which stait-
ed late last year, should be
over and the source of supply
be a dependable operation for
the City.
MAKE PURCHASES
The Commission made-sev-
eral purchases Tuesday night,
including new air conditioning
units for recreation centers, a
new pick-up truck and a new
steam pressure cleaner.
The Commission approved
the purchaseof two new large
window air conditioning units
from St. Joe Hardware, with
one unit to be installed at the
Stac House and one at the
Washington High Gym center.
The units were purchased for
(Continued On Page 3)
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Fire Ant

Bait Goes

SOn Sale
The Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services will be selling' AM-
DRO FIRE ANT BAIT in Gulf
Cq opn-on di.ifaJy-
The sale of Amdro will con-
vene at the "'Gudlf Contly
Extension Service office in the
Courthouse, Port St. Joe, from
9:00'A.M. to 12:00 P.M. EST.
Sales will convene in Wewa- �,
hitchka at the Old Courthouse
from 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Central Standard Time. ,.:
The cost of AMDRO is as
follows: 1 lb. bag, $2.50; 25 lb.
bag, $50.00.
For more information call
the Gulf County Cooperative
Extension at 229-6123, or Roy
Lee Carter's home, 639-5266.


Two Plants



Cut Back



Operation

Two of Port St. Joe's manufacturing plants will cut
back or shut down on operations this week, due to
economic conditions throughout the nation. A third plant
is scheduled to go down for'a short period around the first
of the month for similar reasons.
Basic Refractories this week furloughed 35 of its 99
employees, as it cut back drastically.on its manufacturing
activities here. Basic had only recently re-called several-
of their working force who had been idled by economic
conditions for several months late last year and early this
year.
According to Bo Boyette, manager of.the local plant,
the firm will operate only one of five kilns -full time and
one part time in its production of refractories, primarily
used for lining blast furnaces in steel mills.
"The steel business, right now, is soft", Boyette said.
"Because of their slow market, we are cut back in
production'?. Boyette said he hoped to resume production
in a short while. "I hope this doesn't last more than a
couple of months", he stated.
Meanwhile, Sylvachem, another manufacturer,
which,extracts naval stores products from paper mill
waste products'will be tentatively closing down until July
6, due to the national economic situation.
Mike Templeton, plant manager, said, "We plan to
have the plant shut down tomorrow for a. period of
approximately two weeks." Templeton said Sylvachem
had tentative plans. of resuming operations on July 6..'
Templeton said critical work has been identified in
the plant which will employ the services of 56 of the plant's
(Continued On Page 3)


Gulf County's sophomore high
school students fared better on the state
functional literacy exam this spring
than they did last year.
-According to state results in the
tests, Gulf County students showed
improvement in both major sectors of
the testing program - communications
and mathematics.
"We're pleased with the improve-
ment, but we can and will do better on
these tests", Superintendent of Schools
Walter Wilder told The Star early this
week.
Wilder said the local results on the
tests have steadily improved over the
few years they have been offered, "But
we're not satisfied with the results as
yet; especially in mathematics," Wil-
der said.
: According to state figures, Gulf
County sophomores rang up a score of
96 percent of its students passing the
communications portion of the test.
STh compares with 93 percent for 1981,
defecting a three percent increase for
'the year.
In mathematics, the improvement
trend continued, though the grades
were'-lower than in communications.
Gulf County's sophomores had 74
percent passing the tests, while only 70
percent passed last year.


The car involved is shown above after it had been Charlie Hill and Trooper Jason Rogers of Calhoun County,
pulled from the water. In the photo, Sheriff's investigator pore over records found in the car. -Star photo



Car Pulled from Gulf of Mexico


A family argument this past week ended up with the
family automobile being driven off into the Gulf of Mexico
and left for the fishes to congregate in.
Alan Goff,!of Beacon Hill, has been charged by the
Florida Highway Patrol in the incident, with reckless
driving and leaving the scene of an accident.-The reckless
Driving stemmed from Goff driving the family car acrosii
the beach at Beacon Hill and into about 12 to 14 feet. of
water in the Gulf. The leaving the scene charge was levied
against Goff because he just left the car there in the water
and went about his business without reporting the matter:
Sto anyone..
The next morning, Friday, two fishermen noticed the
object in the water, about 25 to-: 30 feet off-shore and
thought it was a whale which had wandered into shallow
water.
T- . he fishermen called the Marine Patrol.
The Marine Patrol sent Clifford Bell to the scene and


he determined the "whale" was a 1973 Plymouth. After'
determining there was nobody inside the car, a wrecker
was called and the car pulled from the water. Gulf County
Sheriff's investigator finally determined the car belonged
- to Sandra Goff of Beacon Hil, after examination '.of
papers and documents in the car. The ownership couldn't
be determined by the tag number as investigators soon
found out the tag had been borrowed from someone in
Eastpoint and put on the car.
This brought on another charge of having an unlawful
tag.
Investigator Hill said Goff had gotten angry with his
Wife Thursday evening because she came home late. To.
let off steam, he took the car, drove to the beach, across
the sand and into the watery grave,
No witnesses to the watery burial .were found, but
witnesses were plentiful for the resurrection of the vehicle
on Friday afternoon.


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Gulf Work Force In Manufacturing


;A report issued this past
week by the University of
Florida, College of Business
Administration, showed that
.just slightly over one half of
,Gulf County's wage earners
make their living from manu-
facturing concerns.
SAccording to the report,
based on figures compiled in
.1980, 50.7 percent of Gulf
County wage earners earn
.those wages in manufacturing
plants. It was ironic this
report should be released this


week, when Gulf County man-
ufacturing plants are an-
nouncing interruptions in their
regular operational schedules
due to economic conditions.
The 50.7 percent of Gulf
County workers employed in
manufacturing plants, makes
Gulf the state's second in line
as having the largest percent-
age of those employed in
manufacturing. Hamilton
county had the largest manu-
facturing population with 68.4
percent of its working force


employed in that manner.
Taylor county was third
with 47.2 percent; Nassau
fourth with 42.5 percent and
Liberty county fifth with 42.2
percent.
Other statistics shown in the
report revealed that Gulf
County workers earned $68
million in 1980. This amounted
to $6,355 per capital which was
70.7 percent of the state
average income.
While manufacturing pro-
vided 50.7 percent of the jobs,


services accounted for 5.9
percent; construction had fal-
len from 15 percent in 1975 to
2.1 percent in 1960; and
government, 13.2 percent.
Throughout the state, ser-
vices were the largest em-
ployers furnishing 22 percent
of the jobs. Government was
second with 16.6 percent, with
manufacturing third at 13.7
percent. Only retail trade
challenges the big three lead-
ers with 13 percent of the work
force.


Students Do Better On Test


Gulf County students were right up
near the top in the Panhandle in the
communications skills, but the mathe-
matics scores pulled them down in this
category. Gulf County was above
average in the Panhandle in the
communications skills by one percent-
age point, while it fell behind the
mathematics average of 78 percent by
four percentage points.
Wilder pointed out that the Pan-
handle schools set the. pace in the,
state-wide testing program. "Consist-
ently, the Panhandle schools are in the-
top echelon of the state-wide program
and Gulf County is at or above average
in the Panhandle", Wilder said.
Wilder said part f the reason for
the small amount of improvement this
year was.because the time of the testing-
program was changed by the State
Department of Education. "The infor-
mation asked for on the test and the
information being, covered in the
schools by the curriculum didn't
coincide with each other this year",
Wilder said. Wilder's statement inti-
mated that what the students put down
on the test this year was knowledge
they had absorbed over the years
rather than in just a short period of-
time before the test was given.,


Wilder said the tests are given
sophomores in April of each spring to
test the student's knowledge of what he
is to study. The test allows the school
district to gain knowledge of the areas
which need emphasis during the
coming school year.
"We're going to do something to get
that mathematics score up", Wilder
said. "The communications score is
pretty good, but we need work on the
mathematics accomplishments and we
will take steps within the next couple of
weeks to come up with a program
designed to meet that deficiency".
The functional literacy test, de-
signed to measure how students apply
basic language and math skills to
everyday situations, was the product of
the state's Education Accountability
Act of 1976, and was originally intended
for use as a graduation requirement
beginning in 1978.
U.S. District Judge George Carr,
however, ruled in .1979 that the test
could not be used to deny diplomas until
1983, when all high school seniors in
Florida will have attended 12 years of
school in integrated school systems.
Students who failed the test this
spring will have four more opportuni-
ties to pass it before they graduate.


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THE STAR


Editorials and Opinions


PAGE TWO


THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1982


Why Not Just Do



What We Need to?


It should be very evident by now
that the United States of America
can't gain an agreeable stance in the
Middle East.
. If the United States throws its
weight behind a particular nation,
:,we are accused of doing so at the
expense of the other side. If the
SUnited States takes no sides in a
Smatter, it is accused of unconcern
* about the Middle East.
All of these accusations we have
seen in the past few years and
months as the nation tried to chart a
* path which would maintain friends
on both the side of the buiriing
question of the Middle East, "Are
you Jewish or are you Arab?"
* We weren't really prepared for
the accusation which came out last
Seek in the Wall Street Journal,
Concerning the American stance in
z the Middle East. The Journal said
'. our nation has received, the reputa-
* t-n of not being effective as a world
._3iuper power because we failed to
u, p Israel from launching an attack
' Qf the Palestinians.
M Even if: the United States could
ve.. stopped Israel, why should
y have?



It's Count)

We realize the Dead Lakes are
_ inthe north end of the county and the
'average man in the street ieree.in
I.south Gulf County may not be able to
' get too excited about the Lakes- but
''we feel our citizens should be
Suffering our support to the Gulf
. County Commission in their decision
E to get into the suit against the Dead
Lakes Management Commission.
The c , o""i"-,if ed with a



' Pass the Crackers

Uncle Sam, in his generos-
S ity,.is in the process of trying to
persuade. Gulf County to do
what is necessary to receive
some free' cheese for distiib-
tion to those who need it ..
Some 6,000 pounds of cheese.
Awaiting the distribution
for its turn, is a quantity of
butter which will also be given
away when a way is found to
transport it.
Now, if the government will
only come up with some surplus
soda crackers to eat with the
cheese and a few jars of surplus
jelly to put on .the buttered
cracker after the cheese is
gone, we'll be in fine shape.
v^_________


The Palestinians have been
asking for a bloody nose from the
Israelis for some time now and the
Jews finally had their patience
come to an end.
Now the bums of Iran are
coming forth as the strong man on
the block, with Saudi Arabia and
Kuwait getting ready to pay war
reparations to Iran to appease her
from any further militaristic adven-
tures. Iran gained this 'reputation
from merely refusing to end the war
with Iraq.
When one considers that Iran
has spent just over two years falling
apart while shouting tough phrases
and earn their strong; man reputa-
tion in this short while; the United
States has spent years in the Middle
East, kicking out the Nazis in the
process, and now those prima donna
rulers feel the United States cannot
back up its reputation.'
If they're that fickle and that
taken in by a few words, why does
the United States concern itself over
what some of those nations say who
are not our friends anyhow? Why not
go ahead and d'-what we feel we
need to'?



Business

suit which would challenge their
authority to make effective moves
for a resource which lies here in Gulf
County. The challenge is 'coming
from a Bay Coniity. consortium,
where none of the lakes lie. While the
Dead Lakes are in Gulf and Calhoun
counties, a group from Bay County
is trying to take over the future of
the lakes from the people here who
are rightly .charged .withits'future
and its present.
We'feel the ' iuhity.CO6mmission
should involve itself in any such
matter which threatens a Gulf
County resource. It remains to be
seen as to whether or not'that threat
is real or imagiied,'but we feel it is
up'to Gulf County to decide on the
matter.
As we see it, the sole-reasoning
behind the suit from the, Bay County
people is so they can insure they will
be able to see sorhe water in the
Dead Lakes in front of some
property they have purchased and
have hopes of selling ata high price,
enriching themselves, not Gulf
County.
The sole purpose of the Dead
Lakes Commission is to protect the
integrity of the Dead Lakes.
Go to it Commissioners, give
this group all the support it needs to
make the proper decisions .for our
county and its future.


There have been .tremen-
dous scientific and technologi-,
cal advancements in the last
fifty years. It is now estimated
that technological discoveries
now (within the past fifteen
. years) double, every :four
years. Atfthis rate it is hard to
imagine what life on earth will
be like in the year 2050. One.
thing's for certain, you and I
will never know.
This brings to mind, how-
ever, some unanswered ques-
tions I have that I believe need
to be resolved. Maybe you
haven't thought about these,
or maybe you have. -You may
even have the answer to some
of them. If so, please let me
know, so I can relieve riyself
of future concern. Some are
listed below.
How high is the sky? Sure,
we have sent rockets to Mars
and beyond, but' where does it


end? All things have a begin-
ning and an end. Where does
the sky end?
How deep is the ocean? I'm
.aware that progress has been
made in this area. But, to
date. no man has been on the
bottom of the ocean in the
deepest part. It may go all the
way through the center of the
earth, for all we know.
What makes gravity? If the
world is spinning, we should
be thrown into space. Yet


every time we jump, we fall
back to earth. Is there a giant
magnet in the center of the
earth? If so, the moon has one,
but it is very weak.
How do cows make milk?
This one has bothered me for
quite some time. Cows eat
green grass, drink clean, clear
water, and give off solid, white
milk.. If it's that simple, why
can't man duplicate this milk
making process, and we can
eat all the cows.


Is there sound when there's
no one there to hear? Wo may
never know about this one. If
somebody is there to find out,
then there's someone there,
and we can't say there's no
one there. We can't trust tape
recorders; they're not even
admissible in court.
Who's going to bury the last
man? This should be easily
solved, but we need to start
now. I certainly don't think we
should depart the earth, and


leave it messy. Anyway, I plan
on beingthat man, and I want
a decent funeral.
Last, but by no means least,
is the perplexing,: eternal
question that has plagued me
for years. Why do men and
women, of sound mind and
body, play golf? Don't tell me
they have fun,. because I've
seen too many that have
broken clubs, sworn off and
cursed the day they picked up
a club. Yet, they come back
day after day, time after time,
in quest of the impossible. Golf
is a game that proves beyond
any shadow of doubt that man
is p fool. I am one of the
biggest!
If you can answer any of the
above questions, please write
to me, but please, don't rush.
My rule of thumb is, "Never
do today what you can put off
until tomorrow."


Port St. Joe, with Its Parks, Is Lovely Place to Live


Dear Wes, , up and a few who do not clean
Have you taken a good look ETTER TO TH DITO 1 up in front of their business
at our'little town lately? It's LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ... places. If they would take a
such a lovely place to live in-- look at how it de-beautifies a
the uptown is so nice - little city.
granted there are a few citizens who own vacant lots that do not keep them cleaned Have you seen a small city


,with such a park as one block
wide and 20 blocks long and
most of it developed; youth
center, scout house, golf links,
baseball fields, playgrounds
(Continued On Page 3)


There Is M

S MOST OF THE ECONOMIC news
these days is bad. Daily sales are down,
production is down, consumer goods
.are lagging behind in sales, interest is
, up and the jobless rate is climbing.
If you were to be the nervous type
S when you read the news these last few
. months, one would think that the whole
S world is coming to a complete stop. If
f lu-gs keep going, soon there will be
Sody working and no bills being paid.
a lt:rmight even get so bad there won't
even be money enough to carry on silly
i giments about whether or not we
' i. t to allow naked females to dance
on'tables in our county out in public. We
":* " ha a lot to do when we can get carried
S pway with the matters of freedom of
expression and its improbable threat
from those who would put a fig leaf on
our naked female dancers.
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ONE OF THE BY-PRODUCTS of a
-recession is the shrinking pocketbook.
S From what I read, personal bankrupt-
- cies are growing, companies are even
"going bankrupt at an unprecedented
'rate and people are beginning to go sour
'on their credit obligations.


rore than A Recession Interfering With Our Economic Progress
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PAYING THE BILLS IS getting to
be an adventure in these days of tight
money and dwindling resources. One


nere ai e btar.
We even had a check mailed in to us
the other day, which was more
welcome than the Floyd County Times
of Prestenburg, Ky


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This letter, written to a creditor,
read as follows:

DEAR FRIEND:
Answering your inquiry as to why I
have not sent youa check in payment of
my account, I wish to inform you that
the condition of my bank account has
made it impossible, My shattered
financial condition is due to Federal
Laws, State Laws, County Laws, City


Une of the thllings I lavet llearnelU si
that there is a proliferation of schemes
being hatched in this country to pry
those with no jobs apart from the little,
money they have managed to hang on


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to. The schemes are mostly aimed at
coercing those out of jobs into purchas-
ing lists of places where jobs are
plentiful, selling part time jobs which
pay a lot of money, such as addressing
envelopes, 'selling get-rich-quick
schemes and other ideas designed to
make those out of jobs people still self
supporting .
The information I have is that these
schemes are booming right now,
putting foundation under the old saw


fellow, up in Kentucky; wrote one of his
creditors and explained his predica-
ment toward paying his bills. I don't
know if his debtor forgave the bill or
not, but the paper picked up his letter
and printed it. I came across it in the
Floyd County Times of Prestenburg,
Ky;
Youmight wonder how I got hold of
a copy of the Floyd Couity Times of
Prestenburg, Ky.': You~i would be
surprised what comes across the desk


.Laws; Corporation Laws, School Laws,
mother-in-laws, sister-in-laws and
outlaws,
Through these laws, I am compell-
ed to pay a business tax, amusement
tax, head tax, use tax, poll tax, school
tax, gas tax, liquor tax, carpet tax,
income tax, food tax, furniture tax,
: cigarette tax, luxury tax, defense tax,
stock tax, sales tax, dog tax, excise tax,
until my brain is taxed. I am compelled
to get a business license, truck license,
hunting license, liquor license,,driver's
license, auto license, social security
license, dog license, not .to mention
marriage license.
I am also required to contribute to
every society, relief agency and
organizations which the genius of man
is capable of bringing to life; to
women's relief, the unemployed relief,
children's relief, old age relief, chisel-
ers' and gold diggers' relief. Also the
Red Cross, Black Cross, Fiery Cross
and the Double Cross.
I am required to carry life
insurance, household insurance, acci-
dent insurance, liability insurance,


sickness insurance, burglar insurance,
real estate insurance, hail insurance,
business insurance, earthquake insur-
ance, flood insurance, tornado insur-
ance, unemployment insurance, old age
insurance, automobile insurance and
fire insurance.
My business is so governed that it is
no easy matter for me to find out who
owns it. I am inspected, expected,
suspected, dejected, examined, re-
examined, informed, required, sum-.
moned, fined, commanded, instructed,
ordered and compelled to supply money
for every known need, desire or hope of
the human race.
Should I refuse to donate I am
boycotted, talked about, lied about,
held up, held down, cussed, damned,
abused, ridiculed and robbed until I am
about ruined.
I can tell you honestly that except
for the miracle that happened, I could
not enclose this check. The wolf that
comes to many doors had pups in my
kitchen. I collected the bounty on
them-and here is your money
Very truly yours,
L B. Deflated


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
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June 18
June 19
June 20
June 21
June 22
June 23
June 24


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1054 1.9 2132 -.5
1144 2.0 2227 -.5
1231 2.0 2324 -.5
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PAGE THREE


Court Convenes Monday;



Eight Cases On Docket

'Gulf County Circuit -Court ing, with eight cases on the will be presiding over the Of the eight cases
S will convene Monday morn- docket. Judge Larry Bodiford procedures, tried, five are to be cone
S' with a recent case of s


Car Ends Up In Ditch


Trooper Bill Godwin of the Florida
Highway Patrol and Dennis Bradley, who
operates the wrecker service of St. Joe Motor
Company, look over a 1978 Thunderbird,
which went off the road'and ended.up in a
ditch on County Road 30-A last Saturday
afternoon.
According to Godwin, Larry C. Box,
Live Oak, driver of the car, failed to make a
curve on C-30A about seven miles south of
Port St. Joe. The car left the road on.the west
side, swerved back across the road and went


City


off on the shoulder again on th
where the vehicle slid into a st
pines along the edge of the roa
Cheryl Robinson, 19, of Live
three passengers in the car, re
injuries and was taken to Gulf Pi
by Gulf County Volunteer Aml
vice.
Box was charged with care
and estimated damages to the ca
$1,500.


Summer'


Sr. Citize

Conduct


he east side,
and of small
d.
Oak. one of


to be
:erned
laugh-


tering deer and alligators and
selling the meat.
Dixie McDaniel, Lester
Gortman, Jr., Mark Yoder
Richard Wade and Charles
Melvin are all to be tried with
charges related to the inci-
dent.
Dixie McDaniel is first on
the agenda facing charges of
unlawful sale of alligator,
poaching alligator, cultivation
of. canabis and possession of
cannabis.
Lester Gortman, Jr., will
follow, facing charges of un-
lawful sale of alligator and
deer and poaching alligator.
Mark Yoder, Richard Wade
and Charles Melvin face iden-
tical charges of poaching
alligator and unlawful sale of
alligator.
,Two cases of welfare fraud
are on the docket Monday,
with Rosa L. Williams and
Sandra D. Jones facing the
counts.
Michael Dunn will be called
by the court to face a charge of
dealing in stolen property.


Letter


ceive'd head (Continued from Page 2)
mceived head
ines Hospital and if you have never just
bulance Ser- walked with someone in the
park from 5th thru 8th street
less driving on a long summer evening,
r.were about you have missed the most
potent tranquilizer the City
-Star photo has to offer. There is an island
of trees and flowers in the
center full of birds and
nS squirrels, and this is inside a
lovely tree enclosed area. Try.
Survey it sometime.


(Continued From_ Page 1) kJl O U .
The Senior Citizen Associa-
a price of $795.00 each. i Students are still being tion is conducting a survey of
SA new pick-up truck was accepted for the six weeks the needs of Gulf County
purchased from St. Joe Motor summer school at Faith Chris- citizens age 60 plus.
Company,-for use in the street tian School. Math instruction Individuals in need of re-
i department. St. Joe Motor by Mrs. Robert Vinson is. spite care are asked to call.
offered the truck, fully equip- available for children in Mrs. Moore at 229-8466. Re-
S ped for a total of $8,038.80 plus grades one through seven, spite care is a service to
. trade of.the old truck. Mrs. Tom-Davidson will be- provide supervision, com-
In the other purchase item, 'teaching -a phonimeseading- panionship,- and-or personal
the City'purchased a steam 'course designed for grade' care to an impaired older
cleaner for the Wastewater levels one through four, and a person for a specific period of
Treatment Plant. The vendor Language Arts. Course for time.
is' still uncertain as the grades four through seven.
Specifications must be check- Classes will be small and To help guard against
ed on the lowest bid offered to individual problem areas will losing your pet permanent-
see if it meets requirements. be covered according to the ly, be sure he has an
Payment of an invoice in the needs of each student. For ID tag attached to his
amount of $17,190.04 for Jones, more information call or visit collar, bearing his and
Edmunds and Associates for the school between the hours. your ame and address.
engineering work was ap- of 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., Monday
proved by the Board. through Friday. |


(Continued From Page I,


97 employees for the down time period. "These workers
will report for work during the shutdown", Templeton
said.
The plant manager expressed regret that the action
had to be taken and expressed confidence that the plant
operations would return to normal within the planned
period of time.
More of Port St. Joe's manufacturing plants will
probably be closing down within the next two weeks, with
St. Joe Paper Company, the largest employer in the
S county, scheduling a shut-down to fall around the July 4
holiday. During this time, the paper company will
perform some needed maintenance, including dredging
out of their vital fresh water canal which transports fresh
water from the Chipola River to the mill for the paper
manufacturing process.
�-=NMI


And the city park down-
town; how great to eat supper
at one of the nice tables in the
park at late evening. Did you
know when you sit on the pier
that no matter which way you
look you see'only beauty.
God's wonderful world. You
can turn full circle and see
only beuty,
I want to thank our city
leaders and workers who have
made our city such a nice
place to live in; working or at
leisure. If you have notshown
them your appreciation lately,
do see our city and then thank
those who help make it so.
Bernice Barbee


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BY POPULAR DEMAND WITH ADDED FEATURES!


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Stock Up Now for Summer
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Presbyterian Women Meet With Mrs. Stuart


The Presbyterian Women of
the Church met with Mrs.
John Stuart, Monday, June 7.
Mrs. Norman Sulzer gave the
devotional.
The circle voted a donation
to the wayfarer's fund of the
Ministerial Association of

Bruce May Gets

Doctor of Law
David Bruce May, Jr. was
awarded the Juris Doctor
Degree from School of Law,
* University of Florida, Gairies-
ville, on May 1.
Attending the graduation
from Port St. Joe were Mr.
and Mrs. David B. May, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Hannon, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Smith, Hannon
Smith, Andy Smith, Andy May
and Patrick May.


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Mrs. Sidney Brown will be
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Mrs. John Stuart will give
devotional.


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SR.,ebecca



' JamesKi
I O 'Rebecca Gall Landers and sister-in-
S-James Kenneth Whittle were Donalsor
.' married in an 11:00 a.m. Harry C
ceremony Saturday, June 12 ham, A
,.i- Morningview Baptist Eckert
churchrc h in Montgomery, Ala- Florida.
Sbaiha. Dr. Philip Wise offi- Mr. W
'. ated. Mickey Mclnnish was
organistt and Dr. Don Hill was
" vocalistt.
: Parents of the couple are
S'., and Mrs. P. Q. Landers of
" ohbtgomery, Alabama, and
' . and Mrs. Robert Whittle
� iPort St. Joe.
,-iiven in marriage by her
f er, the bride was attended
. .her sister, Sharon Landers
.Sf 'Montgomery as maid of
~ j9ior. Other attendants were
i ..Steve Yates, sister of the
'bicje, Mrs. Tony Tucker, and
, ;- rih Mullis, all of Mont-
!Tgpjnery; Mrs. Carl Whittle,


RTH ANNOUNCEMENT
irk and Tisha Parker, St.
Beach, announce the birth
iiir son, Van Allen Parker,
Saturday, June 12. He
ghed 5 lbs. 10 ozs.
maternal grandparents are
onel and Mrs. Don L.
ker of Port St. Joe. Ma-
;a'grandparents are Mr.
'Mrs. Bud Meredith of
man, Arkansas.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1982


Landers Weds



enneth Whittle


law of the groom of
iville, Georgia; Mrs.
handler of Birming-
labama; and Lisa
of Fort Lauderdale,
hittle served his son


as best man. Groomsmen
were Carl Whittle, brother of
the groom of Donalsonville,
Georgia; Steve Yates, bro-
ther-in-law of the bride, wnd
Hal Brendle of Montgomery;
Jim Belin and Bill Dodson of


Port St. Joe; and Charlie
Smith of Mobile, Alabama.
A reception was held in
Armstrong Hall following the
ceremony. After a wedding
trip to Orlando, the couple will
reside in Montgomery.


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Mrs. James Kenneth Whittle


Class of '62 Plans


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The Port St. Joe High School
Class of '62 is planning a
twenty year reunion for Satur-
day, July 3.
Two events are planned for
the day: A family picnic on
Saturday morning, 9:00 a.m.,
at St. Joseph Peninsula State
Park; and a social event at
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All former teachers and
friends are invited to attend
either event.
Further information may be
obtained by calling George
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Reunion
The 'Marshall Family Re-
union will be held June 19 at 10
a.m. at the Parker Com-
munity Center. All friends and
relatives of the late George
Marshall and Belle Daniels
Marshall planning to attend
should bring a covered dish.


RAMSEY - DUNLAP


Engaged

Mr. and Mrs. Houston E.
Ramsey are proud to an-
nounce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Vickie Doreen, to F/
Odis Jackson "Jackie" Dun-
lap, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hildridge Dunlap, also of Port
St. Joe. V
Vickie is the granddaughter S
Sof Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Ramsey of St. Joe Beach, and
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert R. Bell of VC-840(
Grand Ridge. She is a 1982 Ectrni
graduate of Port St. Joe Electroni,
'Jr.-Sr. High School, and is controls,
presently employed with ability, 3
Great Day Discount Store.
Jackie is the grandson of
Mrs..Gracie Dunlap of Wewa-
hitchka, and Mr. and Mrs.
Odis C. Joiner of Tallahassee.
He' is a 1979 graduate of Port
St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High School,
and is presently employed
with Radio Stations WJOE
and WGCV, and also the Gulf
County Sheriff's Department.


The wedding will be held at
the Florida Constitutional.
Monument on July 16 at 6 p.m.
'.Eastern time. The reception
,ill be held after the wedding
'.:t the First Pentecostal Holi-
riess Church at 2001 Garrison
Avenue in the Fellowship Hall.
'All friends and relatives are
Invited to share in this happy
' occasion.
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Will Be One
Kelly Fabel Asbel, daughter
of Gene and Jacque Asbel, will
celebrate her first birthday on
June 19 at her home in De
Ridder, La.
She is- the granddaughter of
Mrs. Jacque Price and J. C.
Price of Port St. Joe, and Mr:
and Mrs. Eugene D. Asbel of
Tampa.


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morning and evening exercise
classes.
Morning classes will be held
on Monday and Wednesday at
10:00 a.m. Evening classes
are on Tuesday and Thursday
at:7:00 p.m.


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY, JUNE 17. 1982 PAGE FIVE


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honor Students Named


Principal Edwin G. Wil-
liams announces second se-
mester and year honor roll
students for Port St. Joe
Junior-Senior High School.
SECOND SEMESTER
ALL A's
Seventh grade: Keith Ben-
nett, Teresa Jones, Nancy
Stoutamire.
Eighth grade: Marty Perry.
Ninth grade: Angela
Barbee.
Eleventh grade: - Stewart
Edwards.
Twelfth grade: Diana


Dykes, Lori McClain,
Stutzman.
ALL A's and B's
Seventh grade: T
Burns, Laura Butts, Te
Cannon, Pam Cotter, De
Davis, April Fadio, Tin
Farmer, Katie Haller,
Handley, Sheila Har
Randi McClain, Tan
McGee, Robert Mims, A
Mongold, Tina Stalli
Laura VanPieterson,
White, Robert Young.
Eighth grade: Na
Aman, Dexter Baxter, S


Tim Chambers, Dawn Grace, Lu- Mahikov, Cindy Marshall, Davis, April Fadio, Timicia Creel, Keith Jones, Rhonda
cretia lamilton, Robert Har- Chris Martin, Melinda McAr- Farmer, Katie Haller, Lisa Kemp, Randy Haddock, Seth
ris, Michelle Jenkins, Herman die, Danny McDermott, Patty Handley, Sheila Harvey, Te- Howell, Traci McClain, Pat-
wila Jones, Brett Kelly, Sandy Raiford, Inga Smith, Gayhell resa Jones, Randi McClain, rick McFarland, John Pres-
'resa King, Curtis Ray, Edward Stephens, Lorraine Thomas, Tammy McGee, Alicia Mon- nell, Pam Sanborn, Marcia
abbie Whaley. Jenmfer Totman, Ann Ward, gold, Paula Ramsey, Tina Stoutamire, Trish Tapper,
nicia Ninth grade: Mitch Bouing- DeAnna Wright. Stallings, Laura VanPierter- Robert Taylor, Lisa Whaley,
Lisa ton, David Bragdon, Christo- Varying Exceptionalities: son. Carl White, Robert Melissa Wood.
vey, pher Butts, Kris Cozart, Hal Bertha Harris, and Walter Young. Eleventh grade: Kim Du-
nmy Haller, Lesa Jones, Steve Lewis. Eighth grade: Naomi pree, Towan Peters, Tanya
licia Kerigan, Hope Lane, Shelly AllB's Aman, Dexter Baxter,.There- Pippin, Cynthia Rogers, Cas-
ngs, Lewis, Reed McFarland, An- Ninth grade: Vanessa Wat- sa Byrd, Dawn Grace, Lucre- sandra Thomas.
Carl nette Minger, Kyle 'Pippin, son. tia Hamilton, Robert Harris, Twelfth grade: Kip Alt-
Vince Ready, 'Letha Rice, Twelfth grade: Joe Bush. Michelle Jenkins, Herman staetter, Vicky Barnhill, Jan
lomi Dillon Vizcarra, Paula Ward. Jones, Brett Kelly, Tony Clenney, Teresa Ford, Iris
;usie Tenth grade: Staci Angerer, YEAR Kemp, Sandy: King;'. Curtis Garland, Barbara Grace,
Debbie Beasley, Keith Jones, ALL A's Ray, Edward Whaley. Joey Hewett, Chris Hicks,
SRhonda Kemp, Randy Had-- Seventh grade: Keith Ben- Ninth" giade:. Julie Allen, Mark Mahlkov, Cindy Mar-
dock, Seth Howell, Patrick nett, Robert Mims. Nancy Karen Bolden, Mitch Bouing- shall, Melinda McArdle,
- McFarland, John Presnell, Stoutamire. ton, David Bragdon, Christo- Kathy McCain, Danny McDer-
Pam Sanborn, Marcia Stouta- Eighth grade: Marty Perry. pher Butts, Jed Campbell, mott, Janine Pierce, , Patty
mire, Robert Taylor' Melissa Ninth -grade: Angela Kris Cozart, Hal Haller, Ste- Raiford, Marjorie Schoelles,
Wood., Barbee. .. phanie Hill, Steve Kerigan, Gaynell Stephens, Lorraine
Eleventh grade: Latricia Eleventh grade: Stewart Hope Lane, Shelly Lewis, Thomas, Jennifer. Totman,
Allen, Marty Neel, Towan Edwards and Marty Neel.. Reed McFarland, Annette Ann Ward, DeAnna Wright.
Peters, Tanya Pippin, Cynthia Twelfth grade: Diana Minger, Kyle Pippin, Vince Varying Exceptionalities:
Rogers, Cassandra Thomas. Dykes, Chris Mai'tin, Lori Ready, Letha Rice, Jill Bertha Harris and Walter
Twelfth grade' Kip Altstaet- McClain, Tim Stutzman. Rouche, Dillon Vizcarra, Lewis.
ter, Vicky Barnhill, Christal . ALL A's and B's . Paula Ward. .All B's
Campbell, Jan Clenney, Tere- Seventh grade: Twila Tenth grade: Staci Angerer, Ninth grade: Vanessa
sa Ford, Iris Garland, Joey Burns, Laura Butts, Teresa Debbie Beasley, Chris Blaus- Watson.
Hewett, Roma Koori, Mark Cannon Pam Cotter, Debbie,, chum, John Cassani, Stacy Twelfth grade: Joe Bush.


Faith hristian S hool Awards


Students n FiveDifferent Areas


EULOGIO M

VIZCARRA, M.D.

Will be Closing

His Offices

SIn rt.t St; Jo.e & Mjxici Beach
.As Of -

Jue 20, 1982


Due to unforeseen circumstances
beyond my control, we will be leading
Port St. Joe.

If you,.wish your medical, records !sent to
another doctor, contact. my office for instruc-
tions.' . . '


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Fields.
Grade two: Dennis Mc-
Cloud, Rusty Harper, Michael
Hammond.
Grade three: Stephanie Cox,
Cheyenne.Godfrey, Tori Shac:.
kelford, Dana Stripling.
SGrade fodr: Esther Cox,:
..Tyer Ford, Shannon Parrish
Mark Presnell, Cody Thomas, -
Catherine Wood. .. * -
.Grade fivy: Curt, Corley,
DeWanna Davidson, Judson
Pollock. ' "
Grade six: Holly Stripliig,','
Brian Peiffer.' '
; Gade seven: Tommy Ford',
Edward Wood, Robert Quarl-.
Ses,.Chuck Cox, Kathy Cairillo.".:
Awards for citizenship were
given to Bert Cain,. Daina
Swatts, Stephanie Cox;,:Esetl
SCox, Curt Corley, Doug Ca"if
bell, and'Tommy Ford. Athle~
tic and Spoi'tmardnhilu honris
went to Amy Davila,, Michael
Hammond, Don Mowry, Brad
Thursby, Esther ox, Lisa
Mowry, DeWanna Davidson,
Shannon Presnell, Jerry Gil
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ness Sales
ase Sales in at Gulf Coast Comniunity
will be the College June 22 and 23.'
ur workshop The Small :'Business De-
velopment"C'nter ,of; the Uni:
versity of West Florida and
the community college will
sponsor the'free workshopp in
conjunction with the Chamber
of Commerce and the. Small
Business Admiriistration. The
workshop will meet from 6:30
to'9:30 p.m. in Rdom,106 of the
LearhingiResource Center.
BusineSs owners, as well as
employees arid prospective
'business .owners are encour-
aged to attend: Please call
. 763-0378 to pre-register.


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making available a
quantity of this popular
112-page guide which
describes each fishing
spot, depth of the water,
what'species of fish are
likely to be present, the
season of the year that
each species can be
caught, and which baits
and lures should be us-
ed.
The cost of this publi-
cation is $4 postpaid.
Send your check made
payable to Bureau of
Maps-Charts. No tele-
phone orders will be ac-
cepted. Allow 3 to 4
weeks for delivery. Mail
orders to: Bureau of
Maps, P. 0. Box 5317,
Tallahassee, FL 32301.
(AFNS)


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SI-- Ju , n u- On phone 2,29-028


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The annual Awards asserp-
bly at,Faith Christian School
was held the last day of school
for grades one through seven.
Presentations were' made .to
students for' Perfect Atten-.
dance, Good Citizenship,
SSportsmanship and Athletic.
Ability, as well as the'yearly
Honor Roll awards. Students
achieving the Honor Roll are
as follows:
ALL A's
'Grade one: Davy Young,
SAmy Davila, La Toya .Lewis,
Craig Pate, Bert Cain.
'Grade two: Dania- Swatts,
Shinnon Cain" .Christopher,
Parker, Ashley Murphy:
Grade three: Vince Everett,
Deby Monteiro, Kevin Peiffer,'
Christy Smith.
Grade four: John Parker,
Jeff Richards, Brad Thursby.
"' Fd4!six: ,DoU Campbell.
rade seven: gt Parker
and Howard Richards.
ALL A's and B's �
-Grade one: Bobby Fields,
Jarred Nolen, Brian Ard,
George Thomas, Kimberly


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June 17-20
BIBLESTUDY . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:45A.M
MORNING WORSHIP .......:...., ..... 11:00 A M.
CHURCH TRAINING ................... 5:45 P M.
EVENINGWORSHIP ................ ..... 7:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY ......................... . 7:00 P.M


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 17. 1982


MINOR LEAGUE CHAMPIONS-Rotary won the Minor
League first place trophy with a season record of 13-3.. The
league had a three-way battle for first place for most of the
season,:with Rotary, Saveway and Florida Bank being tied in
1'; the division several times. Rotary finished first, followed in
second& place by Saveway, wfth a:42-4 record, and. Florida
Bank. captured third place. The- winning: team is shown
} above: kneeling, from left: Richle Burkett, bat boy,



















' . SLSTAR CH APIONS-The Minor League All-Stari '
S teai composed of outstanding players from the second,
Third, sixth and seventh place teams (Saveway, Florida
S Bank, Basic and Maerial Transfer) defeated the All-Star
. team. composed -of first, fourth and fifth place (Rotary,
'Rich's IGA and Telco) outstimding team members. They won
i 12, in action Friday night at the Dixie Youth complex.
Major -
League

Awa rd
. The Major League held its
All-Star game Friday evening,
.11folpwng the conclusion of the
,Minor League All-Star game t
pi nd awards, ceremony. The
S-HardStars won- the. Major
SLeague this year, with the -
. Boxers capturing, second eR '
Space honors. -
After: the game, awards
were: presented for Most ..
SValuable Player; Most Im- ,
, proved and Best Sportsmnian i.. So,
S. for the entire league., These |: -. "- " hi
. honors are voted upon by the , .1-
A1 AStar players. Winning the
SMost Valuable Player award ' .
-Iwa .. as iekey Gainnie. Best
" Sportsman was Paul Beasley
and MostImproved wa Chris MINOR LEAGUE AWAR
Kennlngton v as From left: Kevin Bradley,

FISHII -G
SFacts&
SFalncies
- FAMILY FISHING g
S , Many people believe that
^.'. , 'fishing is the exclusive do-
main of the adult male, but
',. this is no longer true
.' A study conducted for the
?.r �Federal Fish and Wildlife
..*''' Service during 1978-79 ]
r' showed that only 30 per-
cent of the fresh water
"' , Gfishing licenses were issued
. to males over 18 years of
.' age. More and more young i
S sters as well as women are a
joining the men on the s1 0
S,-" streams, lakes and waterways
of our country.
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'. Fishing also helps a child
gain confidence. It makes Ren,.an
children feel comfortable in
a new environment and
' teaches them new skills, Im-
portant, too, is that it
teach an activity that can
^., , .be shared for a lifetime with
*."' family and friends.


Cameron Dawson, Travis Ray, Cedric Beechum and Bill
Ramsey. Standing, from left: Kyle Griffin, Alford Ramsey,
coach, Chris Ramsey, Kevin Bradley, William Ford, Jim
Anderson, Scott Godwin, Mark Godwin and Asst. Coach
Johnny Ray. Not'pictured were: Vincent Addison, Nicholas
Roulhae and Kurt Corley, who moved during the middle of
the season.


Shown, kneeling, from left, are: Michael Miller, I~t boy,
Patrick Freeman, Terry Quinn, Tyrone Hamilton, Torry
Whitaker, Dusty Ballard, Michael Lollie and Tracy Stansel.
Standing, from left: asst. coach Michael Miller, Shane UJry,
Charlie Taylor, Tony Thomas, Dale Evenson, Chad Hobbs,
Eric Langson, John Moore, Blane Cox, coach Roy Lollie and
Stacy Gathers. Jeremy Elliott is not pictured.


I ~t
) WINNERS:
lost Valuable


Player; Terry Quinn, Most Improved;,and
Michael Lollie, Best Sportsmanship.


PAGE SIX
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Drive
The volunteers of the Amer-
ican Cancer Society in Port St.
Joe, after a late start due to
illness and other problems,
are busy conducting the 1982
house to house crusade. The
purpose of the crusade is to
inform the public with life
saving information and to get
support and funds to aid local
cancer patients. Research and
educational programs are also
financed with funds from the
drive, in the war against
cancer.
The group, under the lea-
dership of Mrs. PhyllisAlt-
staetter, is excited and deter-
mined to make this a good
drive as they rally together
with the message, "We can do
it."
Letters have been sent to
businesses in the area asking
for their support.
If the workers in your area
fail.to make contact with you,
call 229-8882 or 229-877.


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PAGE SEVEN


POny League Title
- the Pony League division. Team


Sara Brooke, 5 mos., daugh-
ler of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moore
of 503 23rd Street.


Future

Citizens
These pictures are the first
in a series of photographs
which will be run in The Star
over the next several weeks.
The photos are of local chil-
dren.



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members are shown, kneeling, from left:
Rdbbie Young, Tommy Humphrey, John Can-
non, Tim Wider and Stacey Strickland. Back
row, from'left: Joe Norton, John Smith, Jay
Rish, Joey Williams and coach Daryl
Strickland. Not pictured are Warren Renfro,
James McQuaig, Durey Cadwell, Kevin Grif-
fin, Bink Norton and coach Buddy Renfro.


NEW BETHEL
African Methodist Episcopal Church
146-Avenue C Phone 227-1213
Rev. James W. Williams, Pastor ,

SUNDAY SCHOOL... ... . ....... . ...... 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .. . . . ..... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ........ ..... 600 P M

"God Our Father. Christ OurRedeemier,
Man.Our Brother" i
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Presbyterian Church
Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
Phone 227-1756.
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE ... .. 10:00A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ..... .. 11:00 A.M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednesday - 7:00-7:45

Welcome to Everyone

JOHN M. STUART, Pastor
Sr1Pdn '6 .4S 7 .



Everyone's Rushing to the
Exciting

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Port St. Joe, Florida
C SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
Bible'Study ... 9:45A.M.
(All ages)
SWorship .......11:00 A M
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Worship .:.. 7.30 P.M

"The end of your search for a friendly Church!"


Conference

On Aging

"Growing Old: Who
Cares?"
A conference for and about
aging, persons will be held
Saturday, June 19 at 8:30 a.m.
CDT at Tom P Haney Voca-
tional School in Panama City.
This conference is funded by
the Florida Endowment for
the Humanities and is being:
conducted by Dr. June Duggar
and.Dr. Nancy. Standley.
For more information you
may call Brenda Moore at
S229-8466.


Interagency

Meet Friday
The monthly Tnteragency
Meeting will be Friday, June
18 at 2:30 'p.m. EDT in the
Conference Room' at Gulf
Pines Hospital in Port St. Joe.
Rand Wortman, Hospital
Administrator, will present an
.ogeiiew of th, ~ thspiti's
services.

CARD OF THANKS
The'family of Bob Bracewell
wants to thank everyone for
all their kindness to them
since the time of Bob's death.
All the phone calls, food,
visits, help, cards and money
are so very much appreciated.
The money has been used to
establish a scholarship fund in
Bob's name at Faith Christian
School.
We realize anew -how privi-
leged we are to live in Port St.
Joe where true friendship is
demonstrated so readily.
Mae Lee Bracewell
Sandra B. Clenney

"Rudeness is the weak
man's imitation of strength."
Eric Hoffer


Jennifer Kay, 2!j, daughter
of Kay Knee Odom of Wewa-
hitchka.


Russell Aaron Knee, age 8
mos., son 'of Mr. and Mrs..
Bobby Knee of Weiwahitclka.


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velopment and Learning Ce -
ter is sponsoring a roler disco
Sunday on Sunday, June 20'at
the Washington Recreation
Center.
The activities will be open
from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m::

Cruise Club
Rummage Sale
The Class of '84 C-uise Club
will be having a Runmmage
and Bake Sale this Saturday.
June 19, from 9 a'm.-3 p.m.
The �ale will be held in the
vacant lot on Reid Avenue,
next to City Hall.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1982


Coleman


CAN YOU SPARE
A DAY FOR DAD?


Too often, Dad gets lost in the shuffleof a great many
S Important June activities. Of course, graduation is
important and so is the end of school. And, June
weddings are beautiful occasions; however, the guy
that very often makes them all,possible gets too little
reognition.
Instead of our usual weekly health message we
would like to dedicate this space to all the Fathers in
S our community and take a moment to wish them all a-
SHAPPY FATHER'S DAY

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

SBUZZETT'S DRUG STORE
, - Free Pqrliing - Drive-In Window
S229-8771 31 ZWilliami Ave. .. Port St Joe


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s. N0rman Gerald Martin

Marks Second Birthday


"JNoran Gerald Martin, Jr.
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Family In

O.G. Revival
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church will begin Revival
services on Sunday, June 20,
and continuing through June
24.
Sunday services will be at
11:00 a.m., and 6:15 p.m., with
week night services beginmng
at 7:15 p.m.
The Coleman Family will
be ministering in Word and
music. Their unique ministry
is listed among the best. They
have been seen coast to coast
on the Trinity Television Net-
work and also the P.T.L.
Network, as well as many
other special programs.
The pastor and congrega-
tion of the Church invites
everyone, to attend these
special services.


* Sheriff Murphy Tells Club



... "Our Business Is Good"


Norman Gerald Martin, Jr.
. will celebrate his second birth- Gulf County Sheriff Ken
iay today, Thursday, June 17, Murphy told the Rotary Club
Swith a Mickey Mouse party it. last Thursday, 'Our business
hiishonie. Jerry is theson of is good"
Mr. and Mis. Norinmaf Gerald Sheriff Murphy was being
'Marfii;, Sr'b of Highland View, facetious with the club them-
Sand ai very special boy to Mr. bers to introduce a statistic
adid"Mrs.J.C. McArdleof Port whicBt~ as released by the
66St. :,oe & . " . Florida Law Enfircement.Bu-
. ',.Heling Jerri celebrate this reaiithat serious cries had'
specaialr'day will be his big increased drastically in the
sister; Jennifeir Michelle, past four years. "They say
along,with his 'family and his rmurders have doubled in Gulf
friends.. ' '' C ty in the past four years.
e, rry .is the grandson:.-.of They have. In 1976, we had one
Mri. Ernest Goff and the late murder in the county and in
Erfestf G of ofHighland View, 1980, their last year of report-
and il r. and Mrs' Norman M. ing, we had' two. That's a 100
SMartin of St. Joe Beach. percent increase".

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Murphy said his department
was becoming more effective,
according to the records kept.
"People are calling us more
than ever. That means they
have confidence in us and our
ability to. take care of their
problems", Murphy said. The
county's chief law enforce-
ment officer said many coun-
ties have numbers of crimes
which are never reported
because of lack of confidence
by the people that anything
will ever be done about it.
The Sheriff said crimes had
decreased' by 16 percent dur-
ing the past year. "During the
same period, we had a 23
percent increase in- arrests
and our crime solved percent-
age 'has risen drastically,
indicating that we are becom-
ing more effective as a crime
fighting organization", Mur-
phy said.


The new state driving while
intoxicated law which' goes
into effect on July 1, will be
extremely tough and will have
a lot 'of people fighting their,
cases in court, .Murphy pre-
dicted. The Sheriff said his
department has always been
tough on drunk drivers. 'With
the new law, his department
plans to video tape everyone
brought in on a DWI charge
for visual proof of his condi-'
tion at the time of arrest. "We
plan to do everything we can
to enforce the new law. DWI's
are bad news", Sheriff Mur-
phy said.
As an interesting bit of
information, Sheriff Murphy
said his department would
probably be highly involved in
the new law since the Highway
Patrol "is spread pretty thin
through this area". The Sher-


Slugs, Snails,



A Problem
BY DR. ROBERT BLACK rock piles and beneath 'damp
Garden slugs and snails are refuse such as leaves under
a common problem in Florida plants.
and throughout the United Sligs leave a silver-colored
States, bu. they can be con- slimy trail wherever they
trolled. travel. The trails can be
Snails and slugs are mem- spotted on foundation walls,
Snails ande animal grou basement floors, walks and
bers of the animal group lae.,
Mollusca which includes oy- Elimination of slugs and
sters, clams and octopuses. snails begins by eliminating
The snail's soft body is snails being s by elimin
protected by a spiral shell. their hiding places. .Remove
protected by a spiral shell. rotted boards and debris from
Shells of snails vary in color the premises. Keep the area
from off white to brown or
around flower beds clear of
black, and may be striped or rash. In greenhouses, check
mottled with contrasting under roofed boards, flower
colors. pots and debris beneath ben-
Slugs do not have shells. ches.
SThey are usually mottled with Mesurol bait and metalde-
shades of gray, but may he hyde dusts, sprays or baits are
whitish yellow, brown or recommended chetnicals for
black. Slugs vary in length controlling slugs and snails.
from one-half inch to four Most garden centers sell a
inches. slug and snail bait. The bait
.Snails and slugs cause dam- should be placed on the soil
age to seedlings, flowers, surface in the vicinity of the
vegetables, and shrubs. In plants and the treated area
greenhouses, they assault can be covered with several
young seedlings and the more sheets of. newspaper soaked
succulent parts of plants. with water. Apply the bait in
They also annoy homeowners the afternoon or at night. If
through their presence around possible, do not use the bait
foundations, in cellars, on just before a rain, as its
walks and in window wells. effectiveness will be reduced.
These pests are found or Slugs and snails- may feed
molds, decaying organic mat- intermittently rather than
ter and on foliage of plants. every day, therefore, distri-
They require large amounts of buting the bait at seven to 10
moisture to survive and prefer day intervals until control is
darkness. Mainly nocturnal, achieved is recommended.
slugs and snails come out of A home remedy which has
their hiding places to feed in some merit is using beer to kill
the evening. They chew rag- snails and slugs. Shallow
ged holes in the leaves of sauces containing beer can be
plants and return to their, placed on the soil around
hiding places in early- morn- plants on which snails or slugs
ing. are known to be feeding. The
Favorite hiding places for beer will attract the pests into
these pests are under old the saucers and they will
decaying boards and logs, in drown in the liquid.


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

2001 GARRISON AVE.-- PORT ST. JOE
Invites Youj to.Worship with Them
Ernest A. Parr, Pastor
SERVICES
SUNDAY SCHOOL .................. ... 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................. 11:00OA.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ................. 17:00P.M.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT................ ... 7:00 P.M.


iff pointed out that his depart-
ment had been responsible for
making 446 traffic arrests last
year.


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Gulf County Guidance Clinic, Inc.
Phone 227-1145
51 5.20


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1982


Youth-Led Revival Starts


Today At L.A. Baptist


Long Avenue Baptist
Church has scheduled a
Youth-Led Revival for Thurs-
day, June 17 through Sunday,
June 20. Services will be held
each evening at 7:30 P.M. Carl
Setterlind, who will lead the
music is a college student
from Jacksonville, and John
Page, who will be preaching,
is from Madison These two
young men are one of several
teams sent out to do summer
revivals in Baptist churches
throughout the state by the
Evangelism Dept. of the Flo-
rida Baptist Convention.
The youth choir of Long
Ave. Baptist Church will be
singing each evening and will


conclude the revival Sunday
evening by presenting the
youth musical, "Walk in
Love," by Bob Burroughs
Each evening there will be a
special emphasis aimed at
reaching as many youth as
possible to come to the revi-
val, beginning Thursday even-
ing with a Pizza Bust at the
church at 6:30. All youth are
invited to come There will be
a fellowship time after each
service also, led by the revival
team.
On Friday and Saturday
mornings, youth will have an
opportunity to, be trained in
the WOW- Win Our World
witnessing program which


will be taught by the revival
team
Though called a "Youth-
Led" revival, it is intended to
reach out to everyone regard-
less of age. A nursery will be
provided, . and everyone is
invited to come. Whether you
get to attend or not, pray that
God will bless the efforts of
those involved and that revi-
val will begin with this
meeting.

The "dog days"-the hot-
test days in the northern
hemisphere-are named
for Sirius, the "Dog Star",
and usually fall between
July 3 and August 15.


The First Baptist Church
will have the privilege of
bringing Thelma "Granny"
Geer to the Port St. Joe Area
Tuesday, June 22. Ms. Geer
will speak from 7:30 P.M.-9:00
P.M. at the Church.
"Granny", as she is affec-
tionally referred to, was of the
Mormon religious persuasion
for over thirty (30) years
before becoming a Baptist
through the witness of the
Southern Baptist Home Mis-
sion Board. Her roots go deep
as a Mormon, being born the
great granddaughter of John
Lee, the adopted son of
Brigham Young. With this
background, her expertise of


comparing Mormonism to
Baptists, as well as other
Christian faiths, is extremely
remarkable.
Ms. Geer is a native of
Arizona but has traveled
extensively. She is not only an
outstanding speaker but an
author of great renown. Her
appearance is made possible
through the Church W.M.U. of
the Northwest Coast Baptist
Association. Everyone is in-
vited to attend.

The average American
man is. five feet, eight
inches tall. The average-
American woman, five
feet, four inches tall.


JOHN PAGE


- Women who change the
name-.. whether' because .
..marriage, divorce' or. oth,
reasons- should be certain
reporttthe change to Soci
Security, Ann . R. Kinar
Social Security field' repr
sentative for Gulf County, sa
recently.
"Employers report ear
ings under the name by which
their employees are known,
Mrs. Kinard said. "If 't
workers' names are not,list
correctly, their. earning w
not be properly recorded, at
they may not receive:all tl
Social Security credit di
them."
A marriage, itself, does n
have' to' be- reported. "Mat










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NEW LINES DRAWN
.' Alere monthss of.(ntens
debate, the Florida Legislatur
'has coipletedthe process o
Sredistricting to make-.ooin' fo
the four addiiiorial Congres
sional seats facilitated b
Florida's increased popular
(ion. Following the 198b0Cer
sus, it 'was.'determined' thE
Florida. , would increase. it
Congressional represeniat'io
. from fie present .15 io' 1.i
'. the November 1982 el&ctioni
Abiding by the Suprem
Court's ,one-man-one-vpi
mandate; r.he; Florid
Legislature todk'on tihe dil
' ficuli task of 'reesablishin
present Congressional district
o -make room for the.fou
new sears. According to 198
Census figures, the idea
population of 'each o
Florida's 19 Congressiona
districts i 512,964. In order I
achieve iHe correct figure fc
the First Districi three countii


women today'continue to use
theirmaiden names after'they
marry," Mrs. Kiriard said. "If
this;-.is the case,..the Social
Sedrity office need not be"
informed of the marriage.
However, wdmen should make
certain to use the same name
Consistently throughout their
employment.
"Even women who are not
employed should report any
name change so that. their
Social. Security- records .wll
contain: the: correct name
when they apply for benefits.''
A: name change should be
' reported' on the "Application
for a Sodial Security Number
Card," which may be obtained
from any Social Security,


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Gulf--- ere shifTed into the
e 'Second District.
e However, even with the
loss of these counties, the First
)r Districi was over-populated by
- abotu: 6,000 people. In the
y debate over where the further
3- ii-rmming would take place the
Legislature discussed .wfiether'
itr wold come Irom Bay or
s Walton Counties. To ta e it
n . from Walon'County would
n have meant Ihat the whole
'. northern half of the county'
le wouldd be split off. The'other
e alternative was to take these
a additional 6.000 people from
f tIhe eastern edge of Bay Coun-
g ty. The Legislature chose the
S latter.'
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al siderable -discussion'- as to
f whether Bay Count should be
al kept whole.or not. the major
o concern was in keeping the
xr Greater Panama- Cii area
es .municipalities from being


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 .............. 1.1 00 A.M
EVENINGWORSHIP . . 6.00PM
WEDNESDAY ... . .. 7:30 Prayer Meetings
Nursery Provided



"Going Church for A Coming Lord"
COME WORSHIP AT THE

"EXCITING"


FIRST :


BAPTIST CHURCH

S Corner Third Street and Baltzell Avenue
REV. HOWARD BROWNING, Pastor

SUNDAYSCHOOL ..................... 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIPSERVICE ........ .;11:00 A.M.
(Broadcast live over WJOE AM andFM)
CHURCH TRAINING ............. ...... 6:30 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIPSERVICE ............ 7:30P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .......... 7:00 P.M.
"Where Everybody In Somebody and Jeaus Chrits Is Lord"


CARL SETTERLIND


office. Proof of identity under
both the old and new names
will be required.
Additional information
about reporting a change in
name can be obtained at the
Panama City Social Security
office, located at 30 West
Government Street. .The tele-
phone number is 769-4871.


A prototype television was
invented in the 1890s by an
Austrian named Szczepanik.


divided. The small portion of
SBay.County shifted into'the
Second District includes the
Youngsrown-Fountain 'area
south to Bayou Gedrge and
then east of Callaway through
the Gaskin' Wildlife Malnage-
ment area 'to the Gulf Count.\
line.
The major reason for Ihe
Legislators' decision was bas-
.ed-ot' theii de.sir., o-riak-ithe
new district more reasonAble
and- compact 'than it.' would
have been if the large chunk of
Walton County -had 'been
shifted. The Second' District 23
counties stretching almost to
'Jacksonville and many'more
miles' would have been' added
to Congressman Don Fuqua's
already huge geographic area.
-Another factor in not
dividing, Walton County is
that' ihe county has been more
spli . up among legislative
districts during the last 10
rears than any other county in
the state. They were split five
different ways in'the Florida
House, and four ways in ,he
- Senate. To ha\e split 'Walton
County wduld have taken
about half of its.land area and
approxlmately 25 percent of
ts' people. .whereas only. a
small land area and only 5,921.
people, about 5 percent of Bay
.Couriy's . population, .was
shifred.
Representative Fuqua's
home of Allha is only 15 miles
from Bay Countr. He-knows
the area and I am confident he
will be aiieniive to Bay Coun-
I�'s needs. While I will no
longer Ifo mall. represent the
fine people of Holmes,
\ashinegon. Gulf and part of
Bay Coun[\. \ou can be sure
I \ ill continue to represent the
best interests of all of West
Florida.

Cold Cucumber Soup
This week Nancy selected
a recipe by Mrs. Pat Roberts,
Wife of the Represenlatise
Irom Kansas.
3 large cucumbers
2 tablespoons butler
3 tablespoons flour
3 cups chicken broth
I small onion, optional
1 cup milk i
S, cup cream
salt and whilee pepper


Peel and slice the-
cucumbers. Cook or saute in
t he butter over low flame for,.
10 minutes. Stirring, addllour
until blended. Gradually add
the chicken broth stirring con-
stantly. Add onion, sliced
Ihinly, if desired. Put the
whole mixture, into blender
and blend. Return mixture to.,
saucepan. Add milk and scald,
stirring constantly Simmer
for 10 minutes and set aside.
.Add cream 'and stir. Season
wit( salt anrd while pepper.
Chill in refrigerator for several
hours before serving. Makes 8
to 10 servings'.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1982


Increasing Exposure to Traffic Injuries


Jogging Craze

Concern for the safety of number of joggers and the high
jogging enthusiasts and the frequency of near accidents have
identification of joggers who that joggers and motorist mon
are injured in traffic accidents experience daily, We are also Tl
was expressed by the Florida concerned about the lack of that
S Highway Patrol recently. identification that presents a corn
Colonel Eldrige Beach, Pa- problem when a jogger is dan|
trol director said, "We are injured." guar
becoming alarmed about the According to Patrol records, Jc
increased exposure to :traffic there were 713 pedestrians laws
accidents by -the growing killed oT'Florida'sstreets and. ped


ways during 1981 and 232
e been killed the first four
iths of 1982.
ie Patrol recommends
joggers and drivers be-
e aware of this potential
ger and follow these safe-
rds:
iggers should abide by all
i and: rules regulating
estrian traffic. Never chal-.


lenge vehicles for the right of
way even if:it means breaking
your stride. There is no doubt
as to who will win and it's not
the unprotected jogger.
Joggers should not run after
dark and if they do,. they
should always wear highly
reflective clothing to enhance
higher visibility;
Wear bright colored cloth-


ing and run on sidewalks
where provided. Where there
is no sidewalk,.run on the left
side, against traffic, only on
the shoulder, off the paved
portion of the roadway as
required by law.
Joggers and drivers should
be more alert and show more
consideration for each other,
particularly when vehicles are


turning and joggers are cros-
sing a street or intersection.
Joggers should not wear
headphones covering both
ears as a jogger's hearing is a
critical factor to his or her
safety and survival.
Last but not least, joggers
should wear or carry some
type of identification with
their name, address, and


telephone number in order to'
expedite medical attention
and that their family may be
promptly notified in the event
they are injured in a traffic
accident Most sporting goods
stores carry a small pouch for
carrying identification and
house or car keys that attach-
es to the shoe tongue under the
laces, since most jogging


clothing does not provide for'
this. This should be a must for
all joggers.
"We understand that there
are not enough jogging
paths," said Colonel Beach,
"But adhering to the above
suggestions and pedestrian
laws will save lives and
prevent needless injuries, suf-
fering and grief."


Board of Public Instr


The Gulf County School
Board met in regular session
on May 4, 1982 at 5:30 PM in
the Gulf County Courthouse in
Port St. Joe, Florida. The
following members were pre-
sent: Waylon Graham, Ted
Whitfield, Gene Raffield, Paul
Sewell, Fred Greer. The Su-
perintendent was also present.
S Chairman Graham presided
and the meeting was opened
with prayer by Mr. Sewell and
followed by the Ple'dge of
Allegiance.
The Board recognized four
students from Port St. Joe
High School who have won
District honors in the new
SPRIDE program which has
been started by the Depart-
ment of Education to recog-
S nize outstanding academic
S achievement. These students
are: Marc Mahlkov-Mathe-
matics; Timothy Stutzman-
Science; Teresa Ford-Social
Studies; Patrick May-Writing.
Mr. William Schlickman
spoke to the Board in support
of saying the- Pledge of
Allegiance in all schools in
Gulf County.
Larry Wayne Scheffer,
Terry Taylor, and Velma
Pippin met with the Board and
' presented a petition relative to
the Building Trades Program
being eliminated at Port St.
Joe High School. The Board
voted at the March 2nd
meeting to eliminate the pro-
gram.
Troy McMillianr presented
an insurance certificate to the
Board indicating proper co-
verage for use of football
stadium in Port St. Joe.
On motion by Mr.,Whitfield,
second by:.Greer, the Board
unanimously approved the
minutes of April 13 and 22,
1982.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Greer, the Board
unanimously approved the
following program matters:'
Title I-Eliminate all Title I
Aides and approved the con-
tinuation of seven teachers in
the Title I program;
PREP- Approved the PREP
Program for the 1982-83 school
year;
Kindergarten- Approved the
, kindergarten screening clinic
schedule and approved. Gulf
County District Guidelines-
i: Early Admission to. Kinder-
garten;
Pupil Progression Test- Ap-
proved the revision of the
Pupil Progression Test. Cop-


ies are on file in the Superin-
tendent's office;
Skills Checklist- Approved
the revision of the District
Skills Checklist;
The Board accepted the
Superintendent's recommen-
dation that after the April-
May enrollment at Highland
View Elementary School will
not allow cutting one teacher
as tentatively planned;
Approved on teaching posi-
tion to provide services for
Adult Retarded Center and
Senior Citizens Center.
The Board reviewed cor-
respondence from the Na-
tional Honor Society at Wewa-
hitchka High School. On mo-
tion by Greer, second by
Sewell, the Board unanimous-
ly voted to reimburse the
SNational Honor Society $128.00
for funds spent on gas to
attend the state convention in
St. Petersburg.
The Board reviewed cor-
respondence on behalf of the
Boy Scout Troop 315 in Wewa-
hitchka. On motion by Whit-
field, second by Raffield, the
Board unanimously voted that
the troop could use one of the
rooms at the old Wewahitchka
Elementary School site to hold
their, meetings.
The Board denied a request
from LCDC Jim McLeod for
per diem for inservice train-
ing at Naval Air Station in
Norfolk, Va.
The Board reviewed cor-
respondence from Bay County
4-C Council, Inc. relative. to
starting a day care center in
Wewahitchka located in the
old Wewahitchka Elementary
�- School -site.- The Board- in-
structed the Superintendent-to
check intdo.this matter arid
bring it up at the next
meeting.
The Board reviewed a letter
from Gulf Coast Community
College regarding a reduction
of fee waivers.
On motion by Raffield,
second by -Greer, the, Board
unanimously approved the
following personnel matters
for the 1982-83 school year:
Annual, Contract Teachers-
Teresa Brown, Gregory
Burch, Virginia Campbell,
- Dwaine Fisher, Shaw Mad-
dox, Rachel Crews, Juanise
Williams, John Hicks, Doris
Jean Whitten, Marilyn Fun-
derburk, Melody Nelson. The
Board tabled the recommen-
dation of Gary Speights con-
tract renewal at Wewahitchka


auction


High School;
Continuing Contract Tea-
chers- Gay Best, Cindy Belin,
Teresa Newsome;
Approved the transfer of
Lanita Faye Taunton from
Wewahitchka Elementary to
Port St. Joe Elementary
School;
Approved the transfer of
Ann Aldridge from Port St.
Joe High School to Wewahitch-
ka High School;
Approved the following!
aides: Wewahitchka Elemen-
tary School- Mae Murphy,
Alane Redd, Patsy McDaniel
Myrle Jones, Claudice Baxley,
Betty Gainous;
Port St. Joe Elementary
School- Teresa Johnson, Pam
Jones, Eula Dickey, Helen
Kilbourn, Veralyn Lewter;
Highland View Elementary
School- Marie Anchors, Lois
Miller, Debbie Creamer;
Adult School- Donna Walk-
er, Secretary; Mary Mclnnis,
Secretary; Faye Walker,
Teacher Aide; Pamela Wil-
liams, Teacher Aide; William
King, Teacher Aide;
Approved Gwen Lowery .be
employed as a custodian at
Port St. Joe Elementary
School for two hours per day
for the remainder of the
1981-82 school year, effective
April 21, 1982 replacing E. L.
Fleming who is retiring;
Approved Clayton Wooten to
take all or most of his annual
leave this summer, beginning
June 7;
Approved a leave of absence
for Maggie Bell for the
remainder of the 1981-82
school year;
On motion by Raffield,
second by Sewell; the Board
unanimously approved an
Agreement with the Pan-
handle Area Educational Co-
operative Risk Management
Consortium for the 1982-83
school year.
On motion by Greer, second
by'Whitfield, the Board unani-
mously approved Troy Wil-
liams attend Gulf County
Adult School for the purpose of
taking English IV as required
for him to graduate this year.
The Board reviewed a con-
struction report from Charles
Gaskin, architect on the new
Wewahitchka Elementary
School. On motion by Greer,
second by Raffield, the Board
unanimously voted to issue
final payment to Kolmetz
Construction and withhold
$10,000.00 to cover the cost of


folding doors and other punch
list items. The Board also
withheld $240.00 to cover the
cost of,fascia that was defaced
during construction.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Sewell, the Board
accepted a proposal for re.-
modeling of the Adult Educa-
tion Center. This will-be a day
labor project with our person-
nel.
The Board directed the
Superintendent to send out
bids for the removal of
asbestos in both high schools.
On motion by Sewell, second
by Whitfield, the Board ac-
cepted the lowest bid on
vocational equipment for Port
St Joe High School. This is a
Federal project for auto me-


chanics at Port St. Joe High
School. Copies of all bids are
on file in the Superintendent's
office
Bids were received on Certi-
ficates of Deposits from We-
wahitchka State Bank and
Florida First National. On
motion by Sewell, second by
Whitfield, the Board voted to
accept the highest and best bid
of the Wewahitchka State
Bank. Copies are on file in the
Superintendent's office
On motion by Raffield,
second by Greer, the Board
unanimously approved the
following transportation
matters:
Approved transportation for
Angela Farmer to and from
United Cerebral Palsy Clinic


in Panama City;
Approved Gulf County 4-H
Club the use of a bus to attend
District 4-H events competi-
tion in Tallahassee;
Approved the use of a bus
for Boy Scouts of America,
Troop 47 to attend the Worlds
Fair in Knoxville, Tennessee.
. The Board reviewed each
cost center budget. No action
necessary.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Sewell, the Board
unanimously approved that
the bills be paid.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Whitfield, the Board
accepted the insurance com-
mittee's recommendation that
we continue with Liberty Life
Insurance Plan for the 1982-83


school year;
On motion by Whitfield,
second by Sewell, the Board
unanimously approved to a
list of equipment to be re-
moved from property records.
These items are listed as lost,
missing or to be junked. A list
is on file in the Superinten-
dent's office.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed to meet again on June
8 at 9:00 AM.

The Gulf County School
Board met in special session
on May 20, 1982 at 5:30 PM in
the Courthouse in Port St. Joe,
Florida The following mem-
bers were present: Waylon
Graham, Ted Whitfield, Gene


Raffield, Paul Seweli, Fred


Raffield, Paul Sewell, Fred
Greer. The Superintendent
was also present.
Chairman Graham presided
and opened the meeting with
prayer.
The Board reviewed person-
nel recommendation of Gary
Speights for annual contract
renewal at Wewahitchka High
School. This matter was
tabled until next meeting.
On motion by Raffield,
second by Sewell, the Board
unanimously approved the
following personnel matters:
Eliminate the position of
Director of Administration;
Approved the following job
descriptions: Finance Offi-
cer: Fiscal Clerk: Payroll
Continued on Page Fifteen


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, Call 227-1156 or come by St.
" ~'Joe Papermakers Federal
. :' Credit Union, 530 Fifth St. in
'PortSt. Joe. 4tc 6-10
S For Sale by Owner: Beauti-
S ful Mexico Beach lot, 100'x75',
1 block from water, chain link
..fence, cleared. 648-5817.
Sotfc6-10

S,- ' Corner Beach Lot: $7,500.
C learned, stor. bldg. 12x36',
: 'Mexico Beach water, natural
", . .gas, elec. 3 blks. to Gulf. Ad-
o.. joining .double wide and lot,
. $19,950. Screened and open
Sporches, 1,500 sq. ft. By one or
' b both: Terms. 648-5471.
' ,'" "'" ' . 2tp 6-10
'' 75'x175' lot on Marvin'
. Avenue for sale. Call 648-8972.
S.,.;. .' " 2tc6-10
.. Brick country home, 3
.-bdrd 'l.,lrv:, d.r., Ig. fam. rm.
W" i efiepilace, cen. ac&h, room
� .,for ex. bath. Lg. storage bldg.
. nd?, workshop. Approx. .1.4
'acres. On Dalkieth Highway, 1
o nile east of. State Road 71.
;,. Call'639-2731. 4tc 5-27

O6ne commercial lot 30' x
1.90' at 319 Reid Ave. $8,000.
Call'227-1468 or 227-1100.
S... tfe 5-20


S 'FORSALE
6 commercial buildings,
e~. ' a. in PSJ on Wil-
.s" Ave.. currently used
iglwareholdses. Easily ad-
t i able for other uses.
ce $22,000 ea. May be
Slihased' separately or
ether. Cal 227-1468 or
41I00-. tfc 5-13
1tfc


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1975 Apache Solid State
camper. Sleeps 8. Stove, ice
box, sofa and dinette. Call
227-1770. $2,000. 2tp 6-17

Girl's white French Proven-
cial bedroom suite, dbl.
canopy bed, dbl. dresser, tall
chest, desk & chair, and bed-
side table. $225. Call 229-6182.
2tc.6-17

King size mattress and box
springs for sale. Or will ex-
change for dbl. mattress and
box springs. Also would like to
purchase 2 sets dbl.-size mat-
tress and box springs. Call and
leave word at 648-5014. 2tc 6-17

One 15' fiberglass boat w
walk-thru windshield;
galvanized trailer; 70 h.p.
Evinrude. Call 227-1277, ask
for John. tfc 6-17

22 ft. fiberglassed shrimp
boat, motor needs work, $1,500
or best offer. Call 229-6915.
'2tp 6-17


Rattan couch and chair,
$125; camper shell, $100; 38
cal. revolver, $180. Call
648-5413. 1tc 6-17

1981 Bass & ski boat, motor
and trailer, used twice; gas
stove; Sears refrigerator with
ice maker; Kimbrell console
piano, like new; old cook stove
with warmer; electric chain
saw. Call 648-5658 after 5 p.m.

Adorable AKC reg. mini-toy
poodles, 9 weeks old. Three
females, $100 each. Have been
wormed and begun shots. Col-
ors are: light apricot,
chocolate brown and silver
w/white markings. Call
639-2807.
Small established business
for sale. Ideal for retired per-
son or couple. For more infor-
mation call 229-8004 or 229-8433
after 6 p.m.


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Used glass-lined gas water tm L A
heater. FREE. St. Joe Beach.
Call 648-8248.. Thd Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Four 8.00x16.5 8-ply tires, 2 Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
almost new. All for $125. See at day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
301 Reid Ave. or call 227-1813. in the Fla. Power Lounge.
tfc 5-27
1977 12x65' mobile home, The Disabled American
like new, on rented lot. Call Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
648-8972 before 12:00 or after 62, will meet the first Monday
5:00. tfc 4-15 each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6-4

LAWN FURNITURE There will be a regular com-
-Swings, settes,.lawn chairs, munication of Port St. Joe
.picnic tables, flower boxes, Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. every
trellises, lattices, or we will first and third Thursday at
build what you want year- 8:00 p.m.
round. Weekdays call 639-2860 B. F. NUNNERY, W.M. ,
or 639-5860, Wewahitchka. J. P. Cooley, Sec.
4tp 6-3


YARD SALE: Saturday on-
ly. Men - this one is for you too.
21212th St. Itp 6-17

YARD SALE: Friday and
Saturday, June 18th and 19th.
229 Saunders Circle, Ward
Ridge, 8-4 Friday, 8-2 Sat.
Toys, clothes, trash compac-
tor and lots of other items.
Itp 6-17

Two-family Yard Sale, Fri-
day only. 518 8th St. 9 to 5

MOVING SALE:
Everything goes, furniture,
tools, fishing equipment,
building materials, antiques
and all odds and ends. Reason-
able prices. Thursday, Friday
and Saturday. Corner Third
Ave. and 6th St. Beacon Hill.

GARAGE SALE: Friday.
Toys, clothes, misc. items.
Good bargain. 504 16th St.
Nothing sold before 9 a.m.
YARD SALE: Friday and
Saturday, 9 a.m. until. Misc.
tools, stereo equip., 12v
-120vtv, clothes, general misc.
items. 516 9th St., Port St. Joe.
229-6875.




1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Su-
preme Brougham. Excellent
cond. Make offer. Call
227-1235. 2t6-17

1979 Jeep CJ-5, 6 cyl., low
mileage, in excel. cond.,
chrome wheels. Call 229-
6934, ask for Mark. tfc 6-3

1955 Chevy pickup, excel.
cond., needs engine. Best of-
fer. Indian Pass. Call 229-8176
and ask for Sam. 2te 6-10


2 bdrm. furnished house, '2
block from beach on Canal St.,
St. Joe Beach. Will rent by
Week, month Qr year. Can be.
seen this weekend. Call
S482-3884 for more information.
It 6-17
Office space for rent, Ward
Ridge City Hall. Call 227-1562.
3 bedroom furnished
trailer at Overstreet. Call
648-5306. tfc 5-27
Office space available .-on.
201 Monument Avr. (all
227-1199 or after 6 p 11..
227-1363 tfc j-20

For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
.Vac , the portable steam
carpet cleaning systemm .
Available at Western Auto,
phone 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.
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. tfc 1 ,
No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.

For Rent: New 2 bdrm. apts
with Gulf view. A/C and range
included otherwise unfurnish-
ed. Reasonable rates. 25th St.,
Mexico Beach. Call ERA for
info,, 648-5777.
tf 6-17


PIANO LESSONS during the
summer months. Call Phoebe
Barlow, 229-8047.

RODNEY HALL'S ROOFING
Licensed and Free Estimates
Port St. Joe 229-6859
4tp 5-27

CARPENTRY & CONCRETE
18 Yrs. Experience
Ira J. Nichols
319 6th St., Highland View
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
904/229-6235
tfc&6-4


Walls, woodwork and win-
dows cleaned.' Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars, 227-1490.
tfc6-3

C. R. SMITH & SON
* Backhoe * Dozer * Root
Rake * Front-end Loader
* Road Building * Lot Clear-
ing * Septic Tanks
* Drain Fields * Hauling
Rt. 3, Box A1C
Port St. Joe, Florida
Phone 229-6018
.2: .. .. ,. .. . , 6tc 3-18
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work - Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day

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

Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. Jrmes Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720
CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings - Portraits
Phone 229-8922
tfc 4-1


St. Joseph Bay


W.S.(Biff) Quarles
CUSTOM HOMES-
REMODELING
229.8795


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

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


PAINTING (Inter. & Exter.)
GENERAL REPAIRS
FURNITURE REPAIRS
& REFINISHING
PAPER HANGING
20 yrs. experience
Free Estimates
Call 229-8924
4tp6-3


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
AVON-- Buy or Sell
Call district manager, Claudia
Walters, Panama City,
871-5523. tfe 10-8
CAREFOOT SEPTIC TANK
SERVICE
Tanks Cleaned and
Portelet Service
229-8007


FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE.
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
Gifts.
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-343
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 1-21

SHALLOW WELLS
224380 Joe
227-1794 Terry
tfc4-29

Custom interior Design


by Bruce Allenr
229.6619

"Ceiling Specialist"
t 3tp 5-27
sheetrock texture stipple


SUR-WAY ELECTRIC
411. Reid Avenuv
Commercial, Residential
Remodeling and
Service Work
26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded
Call Charles (Shorty)
Sowellat
229-6798
tfc 5-20


Going Fishing? kills bugs for
Stop herefirst up to ix months,
for a complete and av you bout $100yrly
line of in'costypestcol trolTservices.
Use of Sprayer free with
FiShing Tackle purchase of Rid-A-Bug
Hurlbut Supply HURLBUT SUPPLY CO.
Hurlbut uply 306 Reid Avenue
306 Reid Me.APort St
, Reoid iAv. Port St Joe Florida



The Sewing Room
S 410A Reid Avenue
p N i" Port St. Joe, Florida 'l
"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"


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


PAT'S MATS & FRAMES
406 7th Street * Mexico Beach, Fa.
Custom.Mattjng & Framing of:
,* PAINTINGS * PRINTS
* PHOTOGRAPHS * NEEDLEWORK
WE NOW HAVE READY-MADES
All 16"x20" & 18"x24" at %/1 Price
Unfinished Frames Available
OPEN Wed. thru Sat. - 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. EST
Sunday - 1 p.t. 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mdndays and Tuesdays
Member Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914


Hwy. 98 at 31st St.

Mexico Beach, Fla. 9041648-5777

"Real Estate Specialists for Over 30 Years" Call us for information on these as
well as a large inventory of lots and other homes.
5 :' ' *' .


MEXICO BEACH. Miramar Drive. Redecorated 3 bdrm. 2
ba., brick with cen. h&a. screened porch, carporl, com-
pletely furnished. $74,000.


MEXICO BEACH. 34th St. Ouadraplex. 3 bdrm, 3 ba.,
each unit. Beachside. $53.000 each Central heat and air,
lan brick construction.


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MEXICO BEACH. 12tn St. 2 bdrm. brick nouse. cathedral
ceiling. carpel, paneling, Jennaire range, lurnisned
$45.000


ST. JOE BEACH. Beautiful brick 1800 sq. fI home on
douDle lot 3 borm 2 Da din rm . Ig lv. rm la. m. rm
with fireplace. dlot garage Attractive financing. Cortez


*I WATERFRONT & BEACHSIDE LOTS * NEW TOWNHOUSES

* WETAPPO LOTS * STORAGE WAREHOUSES



Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate Branch Office - 229-8493 Orena Miller, Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate Britt Pickett, Associate Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate


Beach lumber
g5uwpypy Co.
Bilddnq lr-tnor.\b
Glhddenw Fmnat.
lTootS Beio5 alj5rt
St.3ocBei,na b, W)(^8A-50i


PARKER REALTY


COSTING INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
All Forms of Insurance
322 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe
Phone 229-8899
tfc 11-12


3 bdrm., 1 ba. masonry home with
carport on Ig. lot in good neighbor-
hood. Chain link fence around
backyard. $33,500.00. :

9/2 % mortgage on this 3 bdrm., 1 ba.,
brick dwelling w cen. air & heat can
be assumed. Selling price $36,500.
Buy owner's equity and assume
pmts. of $258.82 which includes
taxes'. "

Lg. 4 bdrm., 3 ba. brick home in excel,
neighborhood, cen. air & heat,
fireplace and many extra features. By
appt. only.

Lg. frarne dwelling with lots of porch
on 85'x130' lot, 11/2 blk. from beach.
St. Joe Beach. Also ;1 bdrm. cottage
on property. Sold as is furnished.
$41,900.00.

3 bdrm., 2 ba., Ig. family rm., good
location. $36,900.00.

3 bdrm., 1 ba. frame dwelling at 110
Duval St., Oak Grove. Only $8,000.

For Rent: 2 bdrm., unfurnished house
1/2 block from beach at St. Joe Beach.

HANNON

INSURANCE AGENCY
221 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida
227-1133
FRANK HANNON, Broker
ROY SMITH, Assoc. JOHN CLENNEY, Assoc.


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Names of 630 University of
West Florida, graduates for
the Spring semester have been


CRAB-DIXIE STYLE


1 pound blue crabmeat, 1 tablespoon Worcestershire
Fresh, frozenor pasteurized -.sauce.- ..pepper
1 center-slIe smokedd ham, 1/8 teaspoon pepper
about 4, inch thick . Minced parsley
.4 cup butter-or margarine, .French bread
melted
Thaw crabmeat if frozen. Drain crabmeat. Remove any remaining shell or cartilage. Cut
ham into 6 portions.'Place in a well-greased bake and serve dish, 10 x 10 x 2-inches. Broil
about 3 inches from source of heat for 4 to 5 minutes or until brown. Turi carefully. Broil 4 to 5
minutes longer or until brown. Remove from broiler. Cover each piece of.ham with a serving
of crabmeat. Combine butter and.seasoningS-and pbur.over crabmeat. Broil about 4 inches
from' sburtce: bo hat,4 to5 minutes or untilcrabmridat'is heated through. Sprinkle with minced
parsley. Serve'with French bread. Makes 6 servings.
For additionalifreerecipes write: Seafood, Florida .Department of Natural Resources, 3900
CominonwealthBoiilevaid, Suite'905,;Tallahassee, Florida 32303. (AFNS)
' . . S.' , .. < ' - 't s / . ' . .. ' . . . . � .- . . , , , ,


^ * - . .- ,
- Wanted: Bartenders and
' aitresses at Dave's Bar and
Tounge, Wewahitchka. Apply..
Person between 8 a.m. and 1I
g.m. 2tc6-10

; Sales representative wanted
for Port St., Joe area. Age 22
up. Car necessary. Full bene-
fits. Call 1-785-5721.
2tp6-17
.b


Immediately open: Tal-
lahassee Democrat news-
paper route in .Pot St. Joe.
'Good part-time earning along
with generous. transportation
allowance. -All you need is
gdod credit,'good transporta-
tion and ability, to meet public.
Call Mike .Creek, 599-22(62 or
697-2654.collect. tfc 5-20


I THE BOOKWORM1

Going Out of Business Sale
All Books 75% Off
* Best Sellers' ' Western
- Romances War
* Non-Fiction Classic
* General Novels * Mystery
* Barbara Cartland * Gothic
S Over 12,000 Used Books
4905 E. Bus. 98, Parker
(Left at the Y), Next to E-Z Pawn



I n n ^)/Iecl I ChurcL

Constitution and Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
,CHURCHSCHOOL ..................... . . 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ........... ......... .11:00A.M.
EVENINGWORSHIP . ............... ... 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6:30P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL(Wednesday) ........... 7:30 P.M.
: =


.'Job Openings
checker, stock
work, openings
iBeach. For furti
tion contact Florid
ployment Service
ty. 763-4645.


I





i: Cashier/.
clerk.> Shift
in Mexico'
her -informa-
da State Em-
,Panama Ci-
2tc 6-17


rI .T&FO


I LOST: At Beacon Hill- 7'
mo. , old Golden Retriever
named Nugget. Child's pet.
Call 648-8432 or 227-1156.




.Will buy lamps, dishes, pic-
tures, old crochet pieces. Call
229-6254. tfc 6-10


announced by President
James A. Robinson.
Of the graduates, 494 were


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BIDNO.274 -August 1 apa September 1. 1982 Tnl is
The City ol Por' St. Joe, Floida. re lor Inose people wno Ima It necessary to
QuesIs iods for an automatic irrigallon watri Inher lawns anrd galrdenrs witn Cilr
system lor Perpetual Care Cemetery watar
Ic.,alea on Niles Road, Poril S Joe. FL Each indiviaual accouri will p briiiea
32456 :'Speclfidca4ll6s'.mai b:'obtalned , for these 3 mdrlhs'base.d on lie average,
from theClly Cler' 5 Olice. P 0 Box A U",se frorri January 1 through June i 1982
Port St Joe, Fl.(Plans may be reviewed Application lor these reabrea rates
hoem 800 A M, 5:00 PMI Bid opening: mutl be made at Ihe Ciy Hall on or
will oe neld at Ime'Regular City Commls. before June 21 1982 and none will be
sion Meetingon July 6 1982 - considered alter Ihal dale No apDlica
Y OlPORT ST JOE ons will o taken b, lelepnone
CITY OF PORT ST JOE
JisL A Farrls 216.17 ' CITY OF PORT ST JOE
By 51 L A Farris City AuUaori.Cleil


NOTICE OF ELECTION
Be ii known Inal I. George Firestone
Secratry'ol Slase ot the Site ol Florida.
oo hereby give nOtice'lhna a GENERAL
ELECTION will be.neld in Gull Counly.
Siate ol Florida ontine lrsi Tuesday after
.ihe llrsl Monday in November. A D. 1982:
the said Tuesday being the SECOND aay
of NOVEMBER, to fill or reaiin tne follow.
ing offices
U Si Senatoi. Represenlalive in Con
gress for Ine Seiond Congressional
District. Governor and Lieutenant Gover.
nor: Secretary of State. Allorney General'
Sale Comptroller: Stale Treasurer. Com-
Smissidne'r of Educalion. Commissioner of
Agriculture. Retention of one Justice ot
me Supreme Court; Relenlion oftDislrict
Courn ol-Appeal Judges lsl DCA, 4
Judges. Circuit Court Judges; None:
Counfl Court Judges, 1 Judge; Stale
Senators lor the following Senatorial Dis-
' rcls 3 12 year's). Members ol the Stale
House ol RepresentlatIes for Ihe follow.
Ing House Dislrictls 8;(2 yrsi. Boprd ol
Counly Commissioners. Disllncts'2. 4 (4
yrs): Memoers ol Ihe School Board
Dlstricls 1 2. 5 |4 yrs)
In Tetllmony Whereof. I nave nereunlo
serr y ha .o ana affixed Ine Qreatsqeeglq
Inea Slae oi Fiorial, at Talanlassee, The
Capital. mis the First oay of June. A'D.
1982 - . -';
ist GEORGE FIRESTONE.
SECRETARY OF STATE (SEAL)
21B-17


FICTITIOUS NAME
Nolice is hereDy given'thal pursuant to
Section 8650.. "Floridd Slatluts,.' Ihe
unaerslgpled person intends to register
wiln. he Clerk ol lha .Circuit court. Gulf
County. Florida. four weeks alter the first
publicalior. of thls'nolice. the fictitous
name or Irade name under whicn he will
be engaged in business and In which said
business is to De carried on. IQ-wit-
SHOOTERS SUPPLY
,Charles Avenue
White City Gulf County. Floloda
Wayne S Biggs. Owner
S 4t 17

CITY TO OFFER
SUMMER SEWER RATES
The City is'olferng reduced rates on
sewage use loI services biliea July 1.


2t 610


FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereoy given inha pursuant to
Seclion 86509. Florida Slalutes the
undersigned person inTends 1t register
wIlh Ine Clerk'ol i e Circuit court Gulf
County Florlaa.-foul weeks after Ine lirsi
publicallon ol Inil, notice me licltinous
name or Irade name unoer wnich he will
oe engaged in business and in Wnich said
' business is to be carried on lo-wil
J .T WOOD BUILDING
S REMODELING & MAINTENANCE
SERVICE
S906 101ri Street. Porl.St. Jog. Florida
J T. Wood. Owner
416.10
", STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF GULF
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE Is nereby glenn tha on ilhe
26th day'of May. 1982.'purguanl'lo a Will
S l ExecuIion issued in the County Codrl
of Gull Counly. Florida Case Number
81.220 in the cause of MERIT FINANCE.
PLAINTIFF. vs MR AND MRS JAMES I.
.Mk5RAY. DEFENDANTS I. EN MUR.
p�N SHERIFF OF GULF COUNTY
FXORIDA nave levied upor tne properly
6i the delendanl.'o.wil. '
One (1i 1970 Chevrolel Pick.b truck
bide and white in color. VIN number
CE140B126907 L
On Ihe 71h day ol July 1982 at Two
O'Cioce 12"001 IEST) in he afternoop on
the steps of mIe Gulf Counly Courlnouse
Poll SI Joe. Florida. I will oiler for sale
said properly lot cash lolthe nhgheasl i
aer. subjecl to a ll'rior liens. II any. 10
satisfy said Writ ol Execulion
is/ KEN MURPHY' SHERIFF
Gulf Counly. Florida
416.10


awarded bachelor's degrees
and 136 master's degrees..
The University of West
Florida is an upper-level
institution in the state univer-
sity system admitting junior,,
senior, aind gi'duate students.
The admittance policy com-
plements Florida's extensive
public junior college program
in which students receive their
first two years of instruction.
.' , ' . , , , . .
Graduating from Port St.
Joe'were: Suzanne L. Ham-
mock, B.S., College of Busi-
ness; and Gloria J. McCul-
lough, B.A., College of Arts
and Sciences.
Gra aating from Wewa-
-hitchka was Lori O0. Hall
Jamerqon, B.A., College of
Education.


I .


One out
households
ed states


of every two
in the Unit-
has a net.


.... .. . .... .


S Crabmeat has long enjoyed a spot nearthe top of everyone's favorite seafood list; It's
delicate flavor, high nutrient content and low calorie content make it the most likely con-
tender for the "most popular" spot usually reserved for shrimp. -
Blue crabs are indigenous to Southern waters and can be purchased as hard or soft shell
crabs, the latter being a rare delicacy which is the result of catching the crab in the molting
process. Crabmeat is generally available fresh, frozen, or pasteurized. o gI
*Purchase crabmeat according to planned use. For soups or casseroles where appearance is
less important buy "claw meat' which isjdarker in color and less expensive. For general pur-
poses use "special" and for dishes drawing close attention purchase "lump" crabrmeat.
Florida Department of Natural Resources suggests a new selection for your seafood recipe
file Crab-Dixie Style. Diverse flavors blend to produce a dish you'll serve for holidays and
times of celebration. Succulent crabmeat is heaped on broiled ham slices. Butter, Worcester-
shird sauce, and seasonings add zip to this astonishingly easy and elegant entree'.
Move over shrimp, blue crab is coming on strong! Sr a y i
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ITe Entomology program of the State o
Florida Department of Health & Rehabili-
tative Services in cooperation with the
County Mosquito Contol Districts will
again this summer operate an aerial
spraying program for control of dog flies
on Gulf Beaches and Bay Shores in the
West Florida area. Airplanes being used in
the program will be flown parellel to and a
short distance behind the beaches.
All aircraft are properly licensed and
operated in compliance with rules and
regulations of the Federal Aviation
Administration. There is no danger to
persons or-.property by the spray being
applied.
Dog flies become concentrated on


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1982


Ky Aerial




ing Begun


beaches in the area when north winds
bring . them from breeding sites in
agricultural areas to the north and
occasionally from piles of seaweeds along
bayshores. The flies are known to fly over
100 miles. They leave the beaches
promptly when the wind blows from the
Gulf; therefore, to be effective the spray
must be applied quickly while the flies are
concentrated on the beaches.
This is a safe program which offers
effective control of this important pest in
the West Florida area.
Questions regarding the program should
be. addressed to Dog Fly Control, 3920
Frankford Avenue. Panama City, FI 32405.


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By
WAYNE
PARRISH


,Card of Thanks
In the difficult weeks of
Debbie's illness and death, so
many of you our friends
prayed, called, came to the
hospital, and sent food and.
flowers which comforted us
and kept us going at such a
tragic time. We, the husband,
son, daughter, mother, father
and brothers of Debbie Everitt
Lovett, wish to thank each one
individually but until we see
you in person, please accept
this thanks for the many
warm gestures of kindness.
Without you, we could not
have sustained the loss and
emptiness left with the pas-
sing of Debbie. The prayers
and kindnesses shown will
always be remembered as
your expressions of love for
this warm, wonderful person.

Terry, Rebecca and Caleb
Lovett
Waller, Joy, David and
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link fenced back yard. all in good garage home. 107 Yaupon. 550.000.
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dining area. kitchen, laundry rm. only 4 years old. Comfortable den
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lot also available with above if Dr.. Ward Ridge
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Two Species of Mole


Crickets Plague Area

By Roy Lee Carter County Extension Director

Two species of mole crickets brown while the Southern is tunnel
;are prevalent in'Florida,, tfie r eddish to dark brown and has the st
'; Southern and Changa. The four distinct lighter spots on action
::color patterns of the te o its prothorax. the gra
species are usually distinct;" Mole Crickets damage turf- dies d
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,onlnued. Frbo . F.. ' ted by the Board,
UP X ci Clayton Wooter4 ex-
'lrk; Financ- .A3 tthq- tentative schedule
laft-. - .. '.'� -ass
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� ,*.ector of j. , -. n-l eati . assignments
.f School- Food"" bF. "e ,.tc-i High- School.
pea P4#answenng all questions
.of Support Sery asked.by Board members, the
I Approved thle fokUre, imehdati6it of.the Super-
sgnments~).Har iH i ntendent to approve the re-
,n from F e.Off t ea,16f.;GarySpeights' con-
ordinator. 'ariimnously ap-
S~ .Temp ler ats6di Mr. Greer made a
orinadtor of' F 'e ion and, second by Sewell
~ oransprttion.: tila. thB'T qard. employ an
'rc 0il^tD o choldtibl teacher at Wewa:
'ervice .. - q ch'qhool and seci~
e .iti o'r a'bief
S ie to Finance officer . '' .- mission, the-motion was put
-The Board acceptBd bidso t5fai'vote.and the motion was
temporary building defeated; Voting YES was
ahitchka Elementay ' Ered'Greer and Paul Sewell,
Bard' instructedthSupe - fing.o was Ted Whitfield,
' td dent tq holdaait fAffield;, Waylon. Gra-
.' he- 'Board' scideduI".L i Onmribotion by Greer, second
is ecial meeting (or May 255i ": '-by Sewell, the Board unani-
the conference rorbm; at Weiwa;:- nusly approved the award-
....h:itchka High Schoolaft';630: ing of the frame building at
TI h B-BM Central timeme .-. e'i ~-" .ewahitchka .Elementary
i;. "- The Boarddiscn ss ei&some I to' the V.F.W.
Ie' plumbing problems-at;Weva-;; - On- motion by Whitfield,
.; d lttc hk El isedtrari SciihI ' -secoiby Raffield, the Board
'-'ndinstructed the Sueri nirt tih anim usly- approved these
.: dent to payno.paymn.tr'ptthe .s al use requests:
, contractor uptil'this' au"te .s'.~ 'App'oved for the Little
'/. resolved-. o' y .',':o [ieague'ofWdewahitchka to use
, - -The Board prese;ited .the a'the'Wewahitchka Elementary
i' a ..resident of thee Classroom. - Commons Area. Arrange-
-i, Teacher Associationlwith. a '' ments for this meeting are to'
copy of the f.revised "ScHioll-. bemadel ,with the principal,
h . eBoard Policies. 'W'- .,--' - Barbara Shirley;
' :rThere being no:- further'. Approved the use of a bus by
i tj'iusiness, the k meeting. ad-. -Zion 'Fair Baptist Church
S'"jurned.. -- -.'-, ,. - provided all requirements es-
-:; ' --' tablished by the Board for
-i', 'The Gulf.. County School using this vehicle are fulfilled;
E-. o Board met in special session Approved the use of a bus by
n .. ..o May 25, 1982. at- 6:30 PM. Honeyville_ Methodist in June
d,.. (EST) at Wewahitchka Hligh- provided they meet the re-
:. School. The following merm- quirements of the policies.
h.liers were present:' Waylon The- -Board directed the
Gfl Graham, TWalWhitfield, GeCn'e .-:Superintendent to use the
i .affield, Paul ,SeweUll' .Fred "' -irsame guidelines as last year in
Greer. .The -Superintendent- 'determining whether or not
was also present: -.. transportation wll be pro-


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TEMPEANCE WhreJesus Christ Is King
I - . '. &'God's Love Is An
I .: Everfltcwing Fountain"
1 SUADAYSCHOOL...... 10:00A.M.
GOODNESS - MOfRNING WORSHIP ... 11:00 A.M,
S' . 'EVENING WORSHIP .... 6:00 P.M.
S .WEDNESDAY EVENING . 7:00P.M.
FAITH & .
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BAPTIST CH' ,CH
Corner of Fourth St,& S -.'; '
� Welcome Fri,

: WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00A.M.&7:30 -.
� CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday)r ............. 6:. )P '
: MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .. ........ 7.30 P.M
Nursery Provided , ' i~.BRO. JERRY REGI . ER


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I through the soil near
surface. This tunneling
Sloosens the soil so that
ass is often uprooted and
ue to desiccation of the
system. They damage


vided for the summer school
sessions at Port St. Joe High
School and Wewahitchka High
School.


grass roots causing thinning
out of the turf and eventually
completely bare soil.
Mole crickets deposit their
eggs in chambers hollowed out
in the soil. Most chambers are
found in the upper six inches
of soil but cool temperatures
and-or dry soil results in the
chambers being constructed
ata greater depth. An average
female will excavate three to
five egg chambers and de-
posits approximately 35 eggs
per cell.
In North and Central Flori-
da, oviposition usually begins
in the latter part of March
with peak egg-laying in May


Chairman Graham asked
that the Superintendent write
a letter of appreciation to the
Port St. Joe High School


through mid June. Approxi-
mately 75 percent of the eggs
are laid during these months.
Peak egg hatching normally
occurs during the first half of
June in Northern Florida and
continues through August in
Southern Florida. The young
nymphs escape from the egg
chamber and burrow to the
soil surface to begin feeding
on roots, organic material and
on other small organisms
including insects

Most male cricket feeding
occurs at night after rain
showers or irrigation and
during warm weather. Some
surface feeding has been


personnel commending them
for their work in making
arrangements for the Port St.
Joe High School graduation


THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla.


noted when the soil is dry, but
is greatly reduced. All nym-
phol stages as well as adults
come to the surface at night to
search for food. Tunneling of
more than 20 feet per night has
been observed. During the day
the mole crickets return to
their permanent burrows and
may remain there for long
periods of time when weather
conditions are unfavorable.
Adult mole crickets are
strongly attracted to light
during their spring dispersal
lights.
Since mole crikets have only


ceremony.
There being no further
business, the meeting ad-
journed.


THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1982


one generation per year at
least in North Florida, and
most nymphs hatch during
late May and early June, it is
possible to prevent most
damage which occurs later in
the year by proper:timing of
insecticide applications. In
turf areas where damage.has
occurred in previous years anid
preventive control is desired,
apply a recommended spray
during the latter part of June
or a bait during the first part
of July. At this time of year
the majority of nymphs will be
small, and little damage will
probably be noticed.
Some sprays that can be
used to control mole crickets
are: Baygon 70 Wp, Diazinon 2


E6, Mocap 10G, and Oftanol:5
percent G.
Baits are; Baygon, Dris-
ban, Malathion and Sevin
Irrigate after applying sprays
or granules with about � inch'
of water. Do not irrigate after
applying baits. Follow direct:
tions on label for best results:





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close the cavity with the
dampened heels of a bread.
Push each into an open-:-
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to hold the stuffing in.


NOTICE OF CREATION OF PRECINCTS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that two new precincts CAL.HOUN C" COUNT Y
have been created in Gulf County, Florida, as follows:.
PRECINCT 3A, described as:
Begin at intersection of East R/W of SR 71 and North -- i
line of Section 36, T6S, R10W; thence East along IN WIF
Section lines to a point of intersection of North line .
of Section 33, T6S, R8W, and West Bank of the
Brothers River; thence meander West Bank of said * - .
River Southerly to intersection of South line of Sec- " GEMET -AREA -
, l tion 16,.T7S, R8W; thence Westerly along South s c- -- T- -
-''"-tidfh lies to SW Corner of Sectlon 13, T7S, R10; ,- "
thence Northerly to intersection.of East R/W line of --
SR 71 and West line of Section 1, T7S, R10W; thence "
Northeasterly along East RIW of SR 71 to Point of
Beginning, the same being commonly known as the .
Howard Creek Community. -
PRECINCT 11A, described as:
Commencing at the point of Intersection of the -0 ,'.,. C :.$A
South line of Section 11, T9S, R1 1W and the Easterly b
shore of St. Joseph Bay and thence running East
along the South line of Sections 11 and 12, T9S, I-
R11W, and Sections 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, T9S, R10W, to -
a point of Intersection with the Franklin County line; j
thence Southerly following the East Gulf County line
to a point on the'most Easterly shore line at Indian
Pass; thence Westerly following the coastline In a r
Westerly direction to Ihe Southernmost tip of Cape o
San Bias, said point being in Section 33, T9S, R11W; ,
thence in a Northerly direction following the Q e'
Point, said point being In Section 13, T7S, R11W;.
thence Soulherly, Easterly and Northerly following ' -
the coastline to the Podit o Beginning, including Pig 8 ,.
SIsland, the same being commonly known as the In--
dian Pass-Cape San Bias area. "*
All other precincts within Gulf County. with the excep- - .
tion of the aforementioned parcels split off from Precincts "" -
3 aid 11, shall remain unchanged. r -
Dated this 8th day of June, 1982. -
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, - - --
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA -'
By: Isl Jimmy 0. Gortman, Chairman j _
Is/ CORA SUE ROBINSON, Supervisor of Elections, Gulf 7
County ' '-'
Attest:1/s/ Jerry Gates, Clerk 2t 6-17 '


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CALVES LIVER .. -. Lb.
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FREEZER MEAT SPECIALS

Whole Sirloin $169
T-BONES & PORTERHOUSE 4 7Q
Full Short Loin .1"
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HIND QTR. '139
SMOKED HAM SPECIALS
Shank Portion & A
BUTT HAM .. .99
Center Cut $ 39
HAM ROAST o139

HALF HAM .. .115

Ham Steaks .$169
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From Washington
111 O � Red Delicious A
From Idaho
From Texas 8 Genuine Idaho B
Cantaloupes ... Ea.88
From Georgia.... Box $9.95
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NIONS ..... L.39
Carrots ... 3/$100
pples ...... b.69c
making Potatoesu.39C


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2 Liter DIET RITE, 4 18
RC Cola & Nehi Flavors
10% Oz. Castleberry 2 /88c
HOT DOG CHILI ... .
Morton Box 2/
ICE CREAM SALT . "
16 Oz. Fine Fare " C
PORK & BEANS ..... 39
10 Oz. Lea & Perrins.. $ 39
Worchestershire Sauce
12 Oz. Swift's CHICKEN & I
PORK LUNCHEON ....
16 Oz. French's Squeeze "
MUSTARD ......... 7.
303 Sunshine -T
BEANS & POTATOES I8
303 Can With Mini-Meatballs "i"
ZOORONI ........ 49
40 Ox.
PINE SOL ...... $299
28 O. Double Luck - WOW!
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ICECREAM MIX.... 49
Strained Geber'r-s S/s
BABY FOOD...... -I
196 s
OREO COOKIES .... 1
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1 Lb. Imperial Tub Whipped 7
MARGARINE
SLICED CHEESE . $ .69
64 Oz. Minute Md . .
FRUIT PUNCH ...... O
8 Oz. King Dip
ONIN DIP...... 4 '


32 Oz. Saluto Party Q
PIZZAM(Reg.$4.9) $39
16 Oz. McKenzie
BLACKEYE PEAS .... 88
16 Oz. McKenzide
Speckled Butterbeans 008
6 O. Country Time Conentrate1
LEMONADE ..... 9


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