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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: August 26, 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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THE STAR


FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, NUMBER 52


Industry-Deep Water Port- ne People-- Safest Beaches In Florida
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA`32456 THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1982


Unloads Bombshell


"Chipola River IS


Polluted"


-Leuchs


First Day at School
Gulf County Schools opened Monday for a new school
year and this scene was acted out all over the .county as
approximately 2,400 students reported to class. In this photo,


students unload from a school bus at Port St. Joe
School early Monday morning, reporting to class
girl in the middle seems to be serious abou
business, carrying a satchel almost as big as she
for what was probably her first'day ever in s


Teachers, Board, Agree to Pact


Gulf County's Classroom
teachers accepted the wage
package agreed to by negotia-
tors from the teacher organi-
zation and the Gulf County
School Board last. week.
The teachers agreed to
accept the 14 percent pay
increase in voting last week.
Under the.agreement, tea-
cher pay increases ranged
from $1,700 to $2,300 per year,


based on a teacher's degree
and years of service. Starting
teachers with a bachelor's
degree will now receive $12,-
400 for their first year of
teaching in Gulf County.
Themaximum salary paid in
Gulf County will be $19,400 to a
teacher with a master's de-
gree and the maximum lon-
gevity pay.
The School Board is expect-


ed to meet today to ratify the
agreement with both parties
to sign the agreement this
afternoon, according to Tem-
ple Watson, administrative
assistant for the School Board
and chief negotiator for the
Board with the teacher organ-
ization.
An order by Governor Bob
Graham last week to reduce
expenditures in the state by


Ed Leuchs,. director of the
Apalachee Planning Council,
with headquarters in Blounts-
town, released a bombshell in
the County Commission meet-
ing room Tuesday night, when
he unofficially charged the
Department of Environmental
Regulation with. release of a
false report recently, on the
condition of the Chipola River.
The Commission was suffer-
e Elementary. ing through a hum-drum nec-
ses. The little essary oral report from
t this school Leuchs on what the APC was
e is, reporting in the process of doing for Gulf
school. County and an obligatory
-Star photo request for priorities on the
several items, when he mat-
ter-of-factly announced there
i would be a special meeting of
Sthe River Committee in
Bountstown on Septembep 8.


two percent to offset a de-
crease in revenue, is expected
to affect the Board's spending
plans for the year, but Watson
said there would be no cuts in
the -salary schedule for the
Board.

Decreases in other items of
the School Board budget is not
expected to make much of an
impact on the total program.
k.lla wi i r t

Highway Traffic Detoured by Rail Work


Traffic on U.S. Highway 98 was' re-routed around the
Avenue A intersection Monday of this week, as workers of
Apalachicola Northern Railroad Company had the road
blocked while replacing track on a spur line which crosses
the Highway into the St. Joe Paper Company mill. Traffic


was detoured up Highway 71 to the Industrial Road to go
around the construction site all day long Monday, with the
highway opened again late that evening. Here Railroad
workers stand aside while a welder makes his weld on a track
joint, before proceeding with their project. -Star photo


Then Leuch's waded in with
both feet saying the meeting in
Altha recently to examine the
relationship of Chipola River
pollution and incidence of
cancer cases in Altha. The
DER and the State Health
Department reported at the
Altha meeting that the Chipola
River was not polluted beyond
acceptable limits by DER and
the Board of Health.
"They made that report and
the DER's own records and
reports show the River to be
Heavily polluted with heavy
Ififitals, cadmium and other
,.pollutants", Leuchs said. ''I
don't see why an agency
.charged with protecting the
environment would release
such a report", he continued.
The APC director said DER.
asked the people of Altha not
to worryandrid don't get excited
because the pollution level in
the river is at an acceptable
,level". Leuchs said he and
.others had reached the con-
'clusion the river was above
state and federal :allowable
levels from information they
'had available from DER
!.reports' and r.ecords. "We
believe it to be a. serious
problem", Leuchs said.
The director said that ac-
.cording to the nature of
pollutants alleged to be found
in the water, the source of the
,pollution is from the Sapp
Battery Company and another
Firm in the same area which
also salvaged old batteries.
,Sapp has been much in the
Views for the past year for
Violation of DER regulations
for the disposal of dangerous
materials and ordered to pay
a1heavy fine to restore several
acres said to be heavily
polluted from the now-defunct
operation.
Also cited for a possible


source of Chipola River pollu- the River Committee meeting
tion was a rendering operation in Blountstown to discuss the
in Marianna which was said to problem further and try to get


"I don't see why an agency charged with
protecting our environment -would release


such a report."


be dumping its residue in the
river.
Leuchs urged representa-
tives from Gulf County to be at


*,. --


-Leuchs


a more comprehensive exam-
ination of the River for
possible pollution.
The meeting will be held


Wednesday, September 8 at 7
p.m., in the Calhoun County
Courthouse.
The City of Port St. Joe
received its drinking water
from the Chipola River thru
the St. Joe Paper Company
fresh water canal for a
number of years, but changed
their source of water supply to
wells a little more than a year
ago. St. Joe Paper Company
still depends on the stream for
its water supply for paper
manufacturing purposes.

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Moses Barnes' pick-up is tilted up in
the air, after it was struck in the side and
turned over in a three-car accident at


Highway 98 and Third Street last Friday
just after noon. Three vehicles were
damaged in the accident. -Star photo


3 Vehicles Damaged


In Accident Last Friday
Tonya Cannon, age 21, of Simmons the impact. As the truck rolled over on its
Bayou, was taken to Gulf Pines Hospital side, it fell on a third vehicle which was
Friday at noon with injuries to the arm and being driven by Tim Hamm, age 24.
hands as the result of a three car collision Hamm had stopped at the intersection stop
at the intersection of Highway 98 and Third sign when the pick-up rolled over on his
Street last Friday at 12:30 p.m. machine.


Cannon was driving her car north on
Highway 98, when Moses Barnes, 64, of
Port St. Joe, was alleged to have made a
left turn into the Third Street intersection
in front of Cannon's car. Barnes was
travelling southon Highway 98at the time.
The Cannon vehicle struck Barnes'
pick-up broadside in the left side door,
knocking the truck over on its side from


Barnes was taken to Gulf Pines
Hospital, also, but was examined and
released.
Police Chief Roy Robinson, who
investigated the accident, estimated a
total of $3,800 damages from the mishap.
Robinson charged Barnes with viola-
tion of right-of-way.


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Mandamus Put On Hold 'ti Dead Lakes Board Meets

Attorneys for both sides agreed last draw down structure, shutting them tee." .' necessity. Any lack of regulation of lakes' level to drop at times, adversely now waterfront property and affect
Friday afternoon to draw in their forces. and sabotaging themi-so they couldn't Gerde then asked for a reconvening \; water flow on the river would cause the affecting property values on what is of the lake water for recreation.
and wait for the results from a be opened. of the court as soon as possible after the ... .. .. "
scheduled September 13 meeting by the i s e "p .. Board meeting if their decision is other
Dead Lakes Water Management board This is when the gates wereI.
before proceeding with any court removed and the court action began to, anr re i g the es in t
b e e ,,,, ,,se s a r dr h aw down structure. .
get sriusl tvflJM0to 3 '"5LU AU!hCV u


battles.
Currently, the Dead Lakes board is
the object of a mandamus filed by a
group of Panama City people who own
property on the Dead Lakes, asking the
court to intervene and. require the
committee to cause the removed draw
down structure gates to be replaced,
stopping up the flow of the Chipola
River, allowing it to flow over the
tumbler dam.
The gates were removed last fall by
officials, after clandestine tampering
with the draw down structure gates
during a heavy drought caused a water
a. problem downstream on the Chipola
River, where industry was depending
on water from the stream for their
operations.
GATESSABOTAGED
,-;During the dry spell, the gates were
opened to allow sunlight to reach water
weeds in an attempt to kill them. The
water in the lakes became extremely
low and vigilantes again struck at the


g serious, tryin t oIorce IIe
committee to replace the gates and shut
the water off again, allowing the lakes
to refill.
Friday was the day the courts were
to decide on whether or not to force the
Dead Lakes board to replace the gates
and the lines would be drawn. The
Board has already been approached
with the idea of removing the Dead
Lakes dam altogether and allow the
River to return to its natural state. This
idea is gaining momentum all the time.
ALL THE MARBLES
Probably with this in mind and the
thought the Board may act on the
matter if forced to replace the gates,
attorney Jerry Gerde, attorney for the
Panama City interests, remarked to
Judge Larry Bodiford in the hearing
Friday, "All the marbles are on the
table (in this hearing). We want to
come up with a decision to allow
everyone to live together, so we ask for
a continuance until after the next
meeting of the Dead Lakes Commit-


SHentz McClellan, attorney for'the
Dead Lakes board- agreed to the..
continuance and agreed to make.
himself-available on-short notice for a
reconvening of the hearing.
In effect, what the attorneys did,
was to delay the court decision until the
SBoard has a chance to-move on its own.
Jerry Gates, secretary for the Dead
Lakes Board said it is his understand-
ing McClellan will ask, the board to
replace at least some of thegates in
order to impede the outward flow of the
Chipola and still allow an outlet for fish
going up and down the Chipola River.
"What they will do, I don't know",
Gates said.
QUESTION OF ECONOMICS
The problem with water supplies
downstream which resulted last year
from the drought is only an incidental
reason for the fight over the question of
whether or not to restrict the flow of the
river. The main question at hand seems
to be one of economics, rather than


Attorney Jerry Gerde, a court reporter, Judge Larry
Bodiford (at the head of the talfle) and attorneys Hentz
McClellan and Frank Baker along with Dead Lakes Board


secretary jerry states, gamer m the judge's chambers ast
Friday for a hearing on a Writ of Mandamus. -Star photo


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Editorials


and Opinions


THURSDAY. AUG. 26. 1982


,Same Old Song


More

p' a Hallelujah, we're going to get to
pay some more taxes!
Isn't that a peachy thought!
Congress has gotten together
and had both houses approve a $98.3
billion increase in taxes which is
billed as having little or no effect on
the average tax payer.
How average is a tax payer?
If this tax increase had come
along when we were wracked with
,, 'inflation and people had more
j;: money than they could get spent
S(causing the inflation) it might have
headed off the double digit interest
and unemployment being at a
long-time high at the present time.
Anyhow, we can't figure how the
new tax increase is going to miss the
"average tax payer."
:.,. From what we read, the taxes
j will be raised on such luxuries as
t-lephone service,. medical service
SZ y payments, along with an increase in
2.- cigarette taxes, withholding interest
and dividends taxes and cuts in
:"some tax breaks which business
might receive if they spend a lot of
S money expanding so they can hire
more people.


Their Oni

SWe see where Florida's Attor-
ney General Jim Smith, is going to
st4rt spraying paraquat on mari-
: juana plants in the state, when his
.people find them.
We don't mind at all whatever
:, punishment dealers in dope receive
for their cruddy deeds: string them
up by the thumbs and we Wouldn't
.care. Reading the threat for para-
S.uat spraying, though,' sounds too
;-' n luch ike Iolitilltnrg in a political



SIn the Can
It had to happen sooner or
later and it seems it has
| happened sooner.
-:z A robot has been arrested.
Out in California, where
most of these unusual things
take place first, a robot was
:*arrested for creating a nui-
.-sance after it was taken for a
walk by- two teen age boys,
after "borrowing" him from
S the father of one of the boys.
The robot was taken to the
pokey by a tow truck after
its batteries were pulled to stop
its creating a disturbance.
Probably the first time in
history a can was ever tossed in
the can.




I'm Not Resp

CHARLIE STEVENS accused me sti
the other day of being responsible for we
the Atlanta Braves' tailspin at the los
winning post. kn
Charlie said it was The Star getting sti
S ready to watch the Braves' in the World
Series which hexed the team and
'' started them on the path downward.
Chief Noc-A-Homa came out in the
papers early last week and said it was
'-* the greedy habits of the White man
S which caused the Braves' to get into a
'" tailspin. A yen for the revenue from 250
S more seats up in the grandstand, which
happened to be behind the Chief's
teth-pee and therefore unsellable, is.
;*: the whole reason the Braves are not
now in first place.
+ + + th
SI HATE TO THINK I have the kind thl
of power which caused the Braves to


start losing merely oy stating now good
they are. I admit, it has happened
before when [ commented on how much
if ruined or how much it didn't rain.
Whichever way the comment went, the
very next day, the situation would be
reversed.
. The Star had no sooner than hit the


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Taxes


In this day and time, most
everyone has a telephone, so that tax
won't be so discriminatory. It'll get
most of us. More and more people
are laying down cigarettes these
days, so those who continue to
smoke and there are a lot of poor
people smoking will have to pay
more for them via taxes. Those who
are unfortunate to get seriously ill
can have their illness relieved by the
fact that they can be assured they
will not get to deduct so much from
their taxes as previously. This ought
to be fruit for fast recovery.
When you get outside these
items, you probably miss the tax
increases which will be levied in
other areas.
We are of the opinion the
government needs to do something
about its tax program, but placing
more on the same people just won't
get the job done. This tax bill coming
up is labeled a tax reform bill. If
Congress would really set to work
and genuinely reform the tax
program of this nation, it might
surprise us all as to how well we
could get' along.



ly Interest

year to suit us. It sounds to us like
the Attorney General is trying to
demolish his opponent at the polls by
demolishing marijuana in the field.
What we never could understand
about this paraquat threat to the
growers of marijuana is this:
If one can locate the field of
marijuana to spray it, why not just
burn it,or pull it up,.or-stake it outto
find the one growing if?-What is the
percentage' of calling in tlhe entire
section to a marijuana field to see
the spraying operation, go through
the expense and the threat of danger
from the spray, just 'to make it
known the brave men are fighting
marijuana?
We'd think a lot more of ah
official any official who caught
a person growing, peddling, using,
distributing or bank-rolling a mari-
juana operation 'than we would of a
person who would punish a perfectly
good field of fertile earth for
growing the weed.
We note that this marijuana
spraying operation, which was to be
held in -the Live Oak area, was
complete with a visit to the
courthouse, shaking hands with all
the officers and speaking briefly
with them.
It's nice our public servants
have protecting us as their only
interest.


Psychologists say the
youngest member of a family
is less likely to succeed than
their older counterparts. The
story I read (in "Psychology
Today", I believe) gave no
specific reasons for this, but
did give the results of a survey
that was conducted. I don't
doubt the results of that
survey one bit!
Most of you are thinking, as
I did then, that the reason for
this is that the 'youngest or
only child is spoiled. That is
true in many cases. It is also
true that all children in some
families are spoiled beyond
controllable bounds, but more


Don't Fight

Fire (Ants)

with Fire
Most folks are familiar with
stories of exotic plants, fish
and critters which, once intro-
duced into this country-
where they have no natural
enemies- spread uncontrol-
lably and cause innumerable
problems. Kudzu, tropical
fish, the rhesus monkey...the
list is long and rather fami-
liar.
It may come as a surprise to
many folks, however, to learn
that the infamous pest of
summer picnics, the fire ant,
is also an import from another .
country. The aggressive Bra-
zilian pests were accidentally
introduced into the U.S at a
shipping port in Mobile, Ala-
bama around 1918, and have
been on the move ever since.
And move they have. Unlike
their native American count-
erpart,.the imported fireants
re .very aggres ve, have, no
natural enemies in the U.S.
and are rapidly spreading
across the South. The. Florida
Department of Agriculture &
Consumer Services, Division
of Forestry, says the ruggel
mound-builders now infest an
estimated 230 million acres in
nine states; Alabama, Arkah-
sas, Florida, Georgia, Louisi-
ana, Mississippi, North and
South Carolina, and Texas.
Bites front a fire ant can
cause mild irritation, severe
pain, suffering, or, even death
in rare occasions to people
allergic to the ants.
Dr. Wayne Dixon, Division
'of Forestry entomologist, says
there are several ways to
control fire ants. But he warns.
that in this case, never "fight
fire with fire."
"Gasoline or other petro-'
leum' fuels should not be used
as a control agent for fire
ants," Dixon said. "In addi
tion to being dangerous, gas'
line is not very effective."


about that later. The youngest
child being spoiled has nothing
to do with his chances of
success in life. I know why his
chances are diminished and I
am going to give you the
reasons. You see, I was the
youngest boy in a family of ten
(10) so my information is not
the result of a survey or
speculation dreamed up in
some psychologist's mind. It


is first hand experience that
I'm sure is prevalent in many
homes throughout' America.
First of all, the youngest is-
almost always the smallest.-
This means you (if you're the
youngest) must look up to
everybody, even the dog and
cat, until you reach a, certain
age. That's a mental set-back-.
itself. Looking up to-people in
the formative years leaves


you with the mental impres-
sion that you must look up all
your life. As you know,
everyone looks up to kings; to
the youngest child, everybody
is a king.
Another important factor
causing this continuing de-
mise of success stimulation is
the fact that nothing is con-
venient for the youngest child.
Everyone else can grab the
razor and shaving cream, but
not you. You have to climb. Do
you think they have the
cookies in a convenient place?
No sir! They put them on the
top-shelf; up there with the
Purex, lye soap and washing
powder. You even have to ask
someone to help you with your
bathroom-duties. Are you
beginning to see why the
youngest child leads a de-


proved life?
Think about this for an
eye-opener. While everyone
else is getting ready to go to
work, school, summer camp,
etc., you know what the
youngest is doing? Lying on
the floor sucking his thumb
wondering how he is going to
tell Mother he messed his
pants again. It's just not right,
folks, the awful things the
youngest child has to bear and
I have some ideas I think
could help solve this unique
problem.
First of all, I think each
child should be issued a stool
that would allow he-she to gain
access to all the important-
just a minute! I am not going
to write another word until my
oldest son tells me where he
hid my blanket.


S.. ..',. -Star photo

Cute Kittens Make Cute Photos


,onsible for Failures or Successes of the Atlanta B


reets Wednesday afternoon, two
weeks ago, when the Braves started
sing to the Los Angeles Dodgers. I
now, because I was one of those who
ayed up until 1:00 in the morning for


NOW, BACK TO Chief Noc-A-
Homa's claim that the tossed aside
tee-pee was responsible for a change in /
the way things were going. The only


ETAOINSHRDLU

By: We


ree straight nights in a row, watching
em lose.
Who says I'm crazy? I already
ow it!
Like F say, I would hate to be
sponsible for what has happened to
merica's Team, but Gulf County's
wspaper was interested in Ted
irner's treat to the TV wasteland this
mmer and I couldn't help but
moment on it. .


Noc-A-Homa sells insurance in his
spare time, when he isn't Chief-ing it at
the Braves home reservation from a
choice seat in the center field bleach-
ers, conspicuous to all who have been


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way I can see such a decision as to
remove the tee-pee from the outfield, /
would affect the performance of Dale
Murphy and company, would be for the,
dispossessed chief to cast a hex on the
rest of the Braves, causing them to
become the "Meeks".
You have to watch these proud old
Indian chiefs. They'll hex you at the
drop of a grunt.
I read the other day where Chief


coming to see the Braves by the tens of
thousands. Such public display and
constant reminder of 'the Chief's
presence all through the game, prob-
ably hasn't done a thing to hurt the
Chief's part time job of selling,
insurance.
A seat in the Chief's tent when it
is publicly on display should be,
worth closely what a page in the
Atlanta Journal would be worth in local


advertising for a part time insurance.
trade.
CUT OFF THAT exposure and the
white streak down the backbone of the
Chief begins to show. He gets piqued at
the treatment he is getting, so he rises
up, raises his out-stretched arms to the
sky and pronounces his curse.
What is loyalty anymore?
The only loyalty the Chief showed
was to toss the first victory of this
downhill run to a half-brother, Mexican
Fernando Valenzuela!
That proves blood is thicker than
water.
In allowing the portly pitcher from
south of the border to put the whammy
on the Braves for the first of 19 times in
22 tries, the Chief got back at'the forked
tongue whites, not only for taking down
his tee-pee: oh, no, he went much
deeper than that. The Chief got back at
the whites for moving in on his people's
potato patch and saying, "Get lost!"
several years ago. It had to come out.
Indian Chiefs don't forget what has
been done to their people.


Tideo
High and low tides
Joseph's Bay for the
ing week are shown in
table below, furnish
U. S. Weather Bureau
lachicola.' Times ar
on a 24-hour clock, an
is feet above or be'


raves

SO THERE YOU have it. I'm not '
responsible for the loss in prestige for":
the South in the baseball world. Even if
Charlie Stevens has the idea I am the
one to blame, here is the evidence I had
nothing to do with it.
What chance has.a lowly newspa-
'per or an organization which can claim
to be "America's Team", over the
hexing powers of an Indian Chief who
has to be in tunewith the great spirits of
baseball. .
There's only way I'll accept .the
blame.
It was proven early last week the
chief's tottered tee-pee didn't do the
trick. It was put back up and the Braves
promptly lost their first game after. If,
after penning this piece lamenting the
departure of first place in the baseball
world causes the team to turn itself
around and the Dodgers to begin losing,
I'll take the blame.
What I'll do with my new-found
power, I don't know; but I'll take the
blame and be glad I was powerful
enough to get things turned around.'
Maybe Ted will put me on his
payroll.


mean water line.
SHigh Ht. Low Ht.
August26 536 1.6 1647 .4
for St. August 27 639 1.7 1739 .3
upcom- August 28 725 1.7 1826 .3
the tide August29 824 1.7 1917 .3
d by the August30 920 1.8 2002 .3
in Apa- August 31 1009 1.8 2042 .3
based Sept. 1 1054 1.7 2113 .4
d height Sept. 2 1144 1.7 2142 .5,
low the Sept.3 1228 1.6 2200 .6

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Gulf County In Trouble


Gulf County is in trouble
with the Department of En-
vironmental Regulation over
the operation of- its only
approved landfill site at Buck-
horn, in extreme north Gulf
County.
According to attorney Wil-
liam J. Rish, who has been
dealing with DER for the
county in its on-going landfill
problems, especially in south
hGulf County, the DER is
disturbed over the messy
operation at the Buckhorn,
site,
The "messy operation" isn't
the fault of the County Com-
mission or the Pest Control
Department who operates the
landfills.
The fault lies with the people
of Gulf County who use the


landfill. Their practice of
dumping trash everywhere in
and around the landfill site
has caused Gulf County to be
placed in the position where
they must spend a consider-
able amount of money to
police the area or pay a
considerable daily fine if they
do not comply with DER's
regulations.
Rish says the problem is
that, especially on week ends,
people will haul their trash to
the dump, which has a special
place provided for receiving
such garbage, and dump their
garbage from the road leading
to the dump site, all the way to
the regulation dump pit. "Not
being placed in the proper
place and properly cared for
creates a hazard according to


First

Presbyterian Church

S* Sixteenth Street and Forrest Park Avenue
'Phone 227-175
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE .. 10:00A.M.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ...... 11:00 A.M.
Study in the Gospels, Wednes ay 7:00-7:45

Welcome to everyone

JOHN M. STUART, Pastor .
Phone 229-6857




- ELECT


KENNETH


WHITFIELD

County Commissioner
District II

I am a life-long resident of Wewa-
hitchka. My wife, Marlene Whitfield, is
a former teacher at Port St. Joe High
School.
It is my belief that a good Commis-
sioner needs-'-to have some
background inbi ijftess,;.s this is
one of the most important boards in
Gulf County. One should be familiar
with the operation of a County Board.
I am convinced that my experience
as an official for many years with the
Wewahitchka State Bank qualifies me
as a business man. As a member of
the Gulf County school Board for
several years. I believe I gained the ex-
perience that would be helpful to sit
on the Board of County Commis-
sioners.
It is my desire to represent all of the
people of Gulf County.

I Would Appreciate

Your Vote and Support
Paid P,;l Aa. Pd I .r Ke.lnen in Wr iiEi.1


DER" Rish said. He pointed Patrol was already
out that DER has strongly the area with extr
suggested the County go to the unmarked vehicles
expense of keeping a person at diligently trying to
the site all the time to police illegal scallop opera
dumping of garbage in the The Department
proper place, and keep a man Resources informed
on duty seven days a week, to mission it was alrei
bury the garbage every day. state lawbooks in
Presently, 'the garbage is illegal to disturb th
buried five days a week, with in a manner which
a tractor on the site every their reproductive
afternoon.. ness.
The Commission instructed The information
Rish to deal with DER with from DNR said that
placing a person at the landfill up and disturbing th
on the week end to supervise is a biological danl
placing of garbage in the Bay, scallop draggi
proper place and continue to prohibited year-rou
bury the trash five days a new special legislat
week. If that doesn't help the
situation, the Commission is The DNR said it v
willing to take further steps, a biological study tea
which will undoubtedly cost St. Joe in just a fe
much more. make a biological st
SCALLOP DRAGS bay and make a.dete
After. contacting the Marine of the dangers from
Patrol to strictly\ police the operations.
scallop drag requirements in A public hearing
St. Joseph Bay recently, a scheduled by the Coi
reply. was received by the mission for Septeir
Commission from Gordon discuss the scallop d
McCall, area commanding the bay. They hope
officer, which pointed out the report from the

OBITUARIES:


Funeral Services for


patrolling
a men in
and were
catch any
nations.
of Natural
d the Com-
idy on the
making it
e bottoms
damaged
effective-

received
t if cutting
he bottoms
ger to the
ng can be
nd with no
ion.
would send
am to Port
w days to
udy of the
rmination
a dragging

has been
unty Com-
nber 28 to
ragging in
to have a
biological


survey at that hearing
OTHER BUSINESS
In other business matters to
come before the Commission
Tuesday night:
-The Commission agreed
to call for bids on the county's
insurance needs for the year.
-Instructed attorney Wil-
liam J. Rish toask the court to
reimburse the county for
expenses involved in a suit
filed against them by Doris
Schott of St. Joe Beach If the
request is granted, the court
would levy the cost of the
court activities to Mrs. Schott
-Heard complaints from
Sandra Babb and Joe Thomas
of drainage problems in the
Gulf County Farms area and
asked for some relief. The
Commission is trying to ar-
range a meeting of all land
owners involved to discuss
methods of helping the situa-
tion.
-Heard a request, brought
by Jake Hysmith, from Coun-
ty employees, asking the
Board to assume a greater
share of the medical insur-
ance costs for employees.


Thomas B.

Griffin, 34


Mrs. Martha L. Clemens Dies In


Mrs. Martha L. Clemens, 59,
of St. Joe Beach, passed away
August 17 at Tyndall Air Force
'Base Hospital. She was a
native of Missouri and had
lived in Gulf County for the
last 19 years. She was a long
time member of the Church of
Christ of Port St. Joe. .
Survivors include; her hus-
band, Tommie Clemens of St.
Joe Beach; two daughters,
Kaye Parrish of Port St. Joe,
and Joyce R. Niecieski of
Biloxi, Miss.; one son, Rodger
Clemens of Riverside, Ca.;


one brother, Norman Johnson
of Bloomfield, Mo.; one sister,
.Zelma Groom of Eldridge,
Mo.; and four grandchildren.
Services were held Tpurs-
day, August 19, at 2:00 P.M. at
the Holly Hill Cemetery with
Phillip Dampier of Marianna
!officiating. Active pallbearers
were William Joiner, Kenneth
Sollars, J. W. Oakes, M. P.
iHuie, James S. Martin and
John Laycock.
All services were under the
direction of Gilmore Funeral
Home.


Annie J. Brogdon Dies

In Blountstow n Hospital


Mrs. Annie J. Brogdon of
Kinard, passed away August
19 in the Calhoun ',General
Hospital in Blountstown. Mrs.
Brogdon was born in Calhoun
County, and resided just north.
of the Gulf-Calhoun county
line. She was of the Baptist
faith and was a member of the
Westside Baptist Church of
Wewahitchka.
Survivors include: her hus-
band, Coy C. Brogdon ,of
Kinard; two brothers, David
Bright and C. T. Bright, both
of Marianna; and several


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nieces and riephews.'
Services were held Satur-
day, August 21, at the West-
side Baptist Church of Wewa-
hitchka, with Rev. Kile Slater
officiating. Burial was in the
family plot of Jehu Cemetery,
Wewahitchka. Active Pall-
bearers were Danny Brogdon,
Ellis Brogdon, Benny Brog-
don, Travis Bright, Edward
Bright, and Todd Stevens.
, Services were. under the
direction of Gilmore Funeral
Home.' "
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in America, was established
in Boston, Massachusetts
on- February 13, 1635.


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Pennsy
Thomas B. Griffin, 34. of
East Stroudsburg, Pa. died
Sunday in Pocono Hospital.
Born in Hosford, he was a son
of Ethel (Baxter) Griffin of
Port St. Joe, and the late
Coleman Griffin. He was a
resident of Florida prior to
moving to Stroudsburg six
years ago. Prior to ill health,
he was employed by the East
Stroudsburg State College. He
was of Baptist faith.
In addition to his mother, he
is survived by: his fiancee,
Joann (Miller) Smith; one
son, William Billy; four sist-
ers, Edith McGee and Sandra
Judy Griffin of Port St. Joe,
Sylvia Betts of Ft. Pierce, and
Cora Williams of Vallejo, Ca.;
two brothers, Coleman Grif-
fin, Jr. and Lee Denson Griffin
of Port St. Joe; and many
uncles, aunts, nieces and
nephews.
SMemorial services were
held Friday, August 20, 12
noon, Lanterman and Allen
Funeral Home, East Strouds-
,burg, with Rev. Donald Car-
penter officiating. Interment
followed at Craigs Meadow
Cemetery, Craigs Meadow,
Pa.


Waiting for the First Bell

Students starting a new year of school at Port St. Joe Elementary School wait
expectantly for the door to be opened so they can get inside and find their home room. While
the students were ready for school to start, they %ill probably be ready for it to end again in
about a week or two after the novelty of the change of pace from summer vacation begins to
recall the eas> days of summer. --Star photo -


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PAGE FOUR


. yMiss Cy


"Bride o

Cynthia Therese Medlin and
Dennis Floyd Ake were united
in:marriage, in a candlelight
j double ring ceremony on July
22 at the First Methodist
church in Port St. Joe. Rev.
James R. Spikes performed
the ceremony.
: The bride is the daughter of
' {Cora Sue Robinson of Port St.
: Joe. Her grandparents are
S Margaret Gibson Smith and
the late Charles Robert Smith
Sr. of Port St. Joe, and the late
John Augustus and Mary
Leona Smith of Quincy.
:The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Charles
Ake of Wewahitchka. His
grandparents are Mrs. Clara
Ake of Panama City, and Mr.
and Mrs. 0. C. Hardy of
Panama City.
Nuptial music was perform-
S ed by Miss Ann Aldridge,
organist, of Port St. Joe, and
Miss Brenda Baumgart of Ft.
Lauderdale, soloist.
The bride, given in marri-
age by her mother and escort-
S ed to the altar by her great
S ncle, Dr. Thomas S. Gibson,
was dressed in snow white silk
S (rganza. The fitted bodice
featured a sweetheart neck-
line with an insert of sheer or-
ganza trimmed in Alencon
lace and the yoke featured a
W ide lace ruffle making cap
sleeves. The full sweeping
-. _kirt was six lace-edged tiers
ending in a chapel train. She
S ore a finger tip veil of silk
kflusion attached to a cap
fl' '' *


412"


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 26, 1982


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nthia The ese Medlin Is


f Dennis Floyd Ake


covered with matching lace
and pearls. Cindy carried a.
full cascade of yellow and
white silk roses with baby's
breath and stephanotis.
Miss Katrina Pippin, friend
of the bride, was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Miss
Deborah Medlin, sister of the
bride, Miss Kim Robinson,
sister of the bide, Mrs Lincda
Kavitz, cousin of the bride,
and Miss Brenda Baumgart,
cousin of the bride. The
attendants were attired in
yellow, blue, peach, green and
lavender gowns of silk organ-
za. A soft flounce which was
worn off their shoulders ex-
tended to a fitted bodice. A
large flounce around the hem-
line formed an old fashioned
bustle back. Complementing
the color scheme, the maids
carried large white lace fans
with roses and ribbons to
match their dresses.
Miss Kyra Ake, daughter of
the groom, was flower girl.
She wore a pink organdy dress
with self' ruffles trimmed in
white lace.
Floyd Ake, father' of the
groom, served as best man.


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Usher-groomsmen were Ti-
mothy Ake, brother of the
groom, Lyle Ake, brother of
the groom, Keith Hodges and
Bill Lamar, friends of the
groom. Master Adam Ake,
nephew of the groom, was -ing
bearer.
Following the ceremony a
reception was hosted by Cora
Sue Robinson at the Social
Hall of the First Methodist
Church. Reception assistants
and their duties were: Mrs.
Gail Horton, groom's cake;
Mrs. Cathy Weston and Mrs.
Behna Player, bride's cake;
Miss Susan Watts, punch;
Miss Margaret Baumgart,
coffee;, Miss Sherri Mims,
bride's book; Miss Kyra Ake
and Miss Jamie Besore, rice
bags. Mrs. Sonjia Taylor, Mrs.
Barbara Watts, and Mrs. Eda
Ruth Taylor were floor hostes-
ses(.
The wedding and reception
was directed by Mrs. Debbie
Taikersley.
After a wedding. trip to
North Carolina, the couple will
reside in Wewahitchka. The
grdom is employed with the
Gulf County Sheriff's Dept.,


and the bride is employed with
Liberty Life Insurance Co. as
agent for the Gulf County
School System.
A rehearsal dinner was held
July 21st at Mexico Beach at
the King Beach Cottage. It
was hosted by the families of
the wedding couple.
.Pre-nuptial parties included
a miscellaneous shower host-
ed by Mrs. Betty Boyd, Mrs.
Bea Hewett, Mrs. Vicky
Thomas, and Mrs. Sharon
Everett at the First Pentecost-
al Holiness Church, on July
8th.
A linen shower hosted by
Mrs. Barbara Watts, Mrs.
Eda Ruth Taylor, Miss Susan
Watts, and Mrs. Richard
Porter at.the Watts residence
on July 15th.
A miscellaneous shower
hosted by Debbie Tankersley,
Marie' Costin, Naomi Brock,
Myrtle Childers, Laura Ged-
die, Doris Whealton, Betty Sue
Anchors, .Elsie Griffin, and
Theresa Johnson at the Social
Hall of the First Methodist
Church on July 19th;
A lingerie shower hosted by
Mrs. Lynn Burge and Suzanne
Besore at the Burge residence
on July 20th.

Reception To
Honor McMillians
The children of Mr. and
Mrs. Troy McMillian, Jr. will
be honoring their parents with
a reception celebrating their
25th Wedding Anniversary.
The reception will be held at
the Florida Power Lounge on
Sunday, August 29th, 2:30-4:30
EST. No invitations are being
sent, but all friends and"
relatives are invited to attend.

Musical
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MO Special
;O Irogram.

An exciting event will occur
in ,ort St. Joe on Saturday,
S September II, at the Port St.
S.^ .; Joe, High School. The SainVt
"" '.' Josbph Bay Chapter :of
A.A.R.P. will be celebrating
S, two special events: the pre-
sentation of their charter frgm
the National A.A.R.P. organi-
zation; and the celebrating of
"A Salute to America.".'`
SThe public is invited to
attend, and enjoy band music, .
singing, dancing and speaking
by 'prominent persons. Fur-
ther details will be available
in next week's edition of "The
Sta"!

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Resume Sept. 1
The Saint Joseph Bay
Chapter of the A.A.R.P. is
happy to announce that they
will' resume their program of
free blood pressure tests on
September 1st. The service
will again be offered at the
Florida First National Bank
on Wednesday, Sept. 1st, from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m., EDT.
Martha Hardin and Emmy
"Donat will be there to serve
you:

CARD OF THANKS
The family of Martha L,
Clemens would like to express
their sincere gratitude to
everyone who called,' sent
cards, food, and flowers. A
special thank you to the
members of the Church of
Christ for all their kindness.
'Tom Clemens
Joyce and Pete Niecieski
Kaye, Wayne and
Shannon Parrish


EVA MARGARET MADDOX


October Bride


Mr. and Mrs. David Ben- received a Bachelor c
jamin Maddox have announc- degree from Flori(
ed the engagement of their University and a,'
daughter, Eva Margaret, to Jurisprudence degr
Mr. Cecil Loring Davis, Jr., of Florida State Univer
Tallahassee. He is the son pf lege of Law. Heis a p
Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Loring attorney in Tallahas:
Davis, Sr., of'Graceville.
Miss Maddox is a graduate The wedding is pla
of Port St. Joe High School and October 23 at 6 o'clo
holds a Bachelor of Arts evening in the Long
degree from Auburn Univer- Baptist Church wi
sity, Auburn, Alabama'.. In Cecil L. Davis, Sr.,
May of this year she received ing the ceremony. Fr
a Doctor of Jurisprudence relatives are invited
degree from the Cumberland ness the exchanging
School of Law, Samford Uni- and the reception imr
versity in Birmingham, Ala. ly following at the
Mr. Davis was graduated parents' home, 601
from Graceville High School, teenth Street.

Round- Up For
Kowri-typ


Children at LongAve.
The Long. Avenue' Baptist 'Children ages four and five best dressed co
church will sponsor their years of age, through the and Indian in ea
second annual' "Children's seventh grade may come and Free hot d(
:hoir Kick-off" Saturday af.- registe-f 'for 'children's choir 'drinks will be s
ernoon, from 2:00 to 4:00. which will begin on Wednes- child who regis
m"i 5day, September 1. A' special fe
This year's theme is, "Mu- Children are encouraged to year's musical
ical Round-Up", featuring wear costumes. Prizes will be be the general
western games and prizes. awarded at 3:00 p.m., for the. the children can


Baton Lessons

Baton classes will be held information.
for ages five years and up, Fn. a ns For
sponsored by the Gulf County final Hahs OT
Community Services begin- ... e ie
ning September 13. The clas- Wingate- Elizey
ses will be held each Monday
at the Centennial Building f Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Pres-
with classes for beginner, ton Wingate of Port St. Joe
advanced beginner and in- announce the final plans for
termediate stages being of- the marriage of their daugh-
fered. '.ter, Cynthia Dawn to James
Classes are limited as to Lee Dominey Ellzey of Port
number. Tuition for each St. Joe. His parents are Mrs.
participant will be $10.00 per Robert H. ElIzey and the late
month. The program will be Mr. Ellzey, Sr., of Port St. Joe.
under the direction of Mrs The couple's wedding vows
Cindy. Belin. She may be will be exchanged on Satur-
reached at 229-8934 for further day, August 28 at 5:00 pfm.,
S EST at the Beach Baptist
"Friendship is a ship big Chapel on St. Joe Beach.
enough to carry two iria All their friends and rela-
weather, but only one in fdul." ties are invited to attend.



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Mashed banana blended with peanut butter and thinned.
with a little mayonnaise makes a delicious sandwich.



Jorge J. San Pedro, M.D.1

is pleased to announce the

opening of his office at

102 20th Street in Port St. Joe

as of Tuesday, August 31, 1982

for the practice of

General Medicine and
General Surgery

Please call

229-8126

for appointments.





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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 26, 1982


Ladies Association Plans


Picnic Dinner At Club


The Ladies Association of
the St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club are sponsoring a day of
golf and covered dish supper
on Sunday, September 5th,
beginning at 1:30.
This event is for the entire
family and guests and if you
do not play golf, bring your
cards and get up a game,
swim, or just come to visit.
Supper will be served around
6:00 p:m. Tea and coffee will
be furnished by the club.
The golf game will begin at
1:00. A Swingers dog fight is'
planned. Points will add up
quickly with double bogies
counting one, bogey two, par


three, birdie five, eagle eight,
and a hole in one 10. Deadline
for golf sign up is Saturday,
September 4, at 5:00 p.m.
Entry fee for golf will be $1.00.
You may sign up in the pro
shop or. call 227-1751. In the
event of rain, the supper will
be served as planned, and
everyone will enjoy an after-
noon of fellowship and 'good
food.
Please bring your' favorite
covered dish and join us.
it you plan to attend, or have
any questions you may call
Vivian Hardy at 227-1591,
Evelyn Smith 'at 227-1444,
Hazel Barton at 229-6203, or


Helen Quackenbush at 229-
6211.


Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for


- Bill's Dollar Store opened its doors for business in its new
location Thursday morning of last week and had an official
cutting of the ribbon by Mayor Frank Pate, marking the
occasion. On hand for the occasion were employees of the
store and the area manager at left, Nolan Treglown,


The Star Publishing Co.
Phone 227-1278 308 Williams Ave.



Wedding Shop


Invitations
Accessories
Bridal Bookls
Reception Items
Fea Luri .q
) BRIDE & GROOM
W.. WEDDING STATIONERY
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president of the Port St. Joe-Gulf County Chamber of'
Commerce, Mayor Pate; Ted Cannon,: President of the
Florida National Bank and the store manager, Mrs. Earl
Peak, extreme right.
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Faith Christian


Having Sale
Saturday, August 28, from 9 sno-cones and cokes available.
a.m., until 2 p.m.; Faith .
Christian School will be hold- School begins at 8:00 a.m.,
ing a mini-garage and bookon Mo Monday, August 30. It is not
sale. The sale will take place too late to register your child
in front of the main school for the upcoming year. Call
building on the corner of 20th 229-6707, or come by the school
Street and Garrison Avenue.. office on 20th Street. Any child
There will be all type of who will be four before
clothing, toys, books, baby January 1, 1983, may enroll in
items and many other odds, the four year old kindergar-
and ends. The majority of the ten. The school includes all the
items will be selling for only grade levels through the
10,c eighth grade.
Be sure and come early so Faith Christian School will
you do not miss out on the be beginning its ninth year of
best items. There will also be operation this fall.

Library Offers


SrECIAL'


FACTORY PURCHASE



Family Size Fully Featuredtor

No-Frost Whipool Refrigerator
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Aid to Handicapped


The First
Pentecostal Holiness Church

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


Among ,the.'services at the
Public Library for the handi-
capped and physically dis-
abled 'are the Talking; Book
Machines for the blind, large
print books for the visually
impaired, books ,on learning
the sign language, and re-
source books for the disabled.
The Public Library is equip-
ped with a ramp for easy
access to the building, as 'are
the' rest rooms.
Visit the Library to see the
many sei'vices available to
help make the handicapped
.become more independent in
their everyday living and
working.


Port St. Joe Library hours
are: Monday, 1-8; Tuesday
and Friday, 9-5; Thursday,
1-5; and Saturday, 9-2.
Wewahitchka Library hours
are: Monday, Thursday,, and
Friday, 1-4; ;ahd Tuesday,
10-4.
Oyster-

Handler
Course
The Gulf County Health
:Department announces the
presentation of a course for
Oyster Handlers and Workers.
It will be held on August 31 at
7:00 p.m. at the Health Dept.
at 401 Long Avenue.
Every person, regardless of
age, must attend this course to
be issuedia Health Permit for
Oystering. The fee for a
permit is $2.00, and the card
will be issued upon completion
of the course. For more
information, call 227-1276;


CARD OF THANKS
To our friends and neigh-
bors: Thank you for your
kindness shown us during the
illness and death of our loved
one. The food, flowers, cards,
visits and the contributions to
the First United' Methodist
Church in honor of T. S.
Singletary were appreciated.
Thank you for thinking
about us in our time of need.
The Singletary
Family


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Bills Dollar Store


FOR SALE

1977, 115 h.p. Mercury outboard
motor with power trim. 1975 22'
center console Apollo Sports
Fisherman. 1977 tandem axle
trailer. Call 229-6787.'
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There will be a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe
Lodge No. 111, F.&A.M. Every
first and third Thursday at
8:00 p.m.
B. F. NUNNERY, W.M.
J. P. Cooley, Sec.

The Disabled American
Veterans, Port St. Joe Chapter
62, will meet the first Monday
each month at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Joe Motel. tfc 6-4

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
V.F.W. meets the second
Tuesday and the fourth Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Fla. Power Lounge.


Wanted: Party to share
rides to Gulf Coast Communi-
ty College, each Tuesday and
Thursday nights this fall.
Please call 227-1304. tfc 8-19

Wanted: Donations of con-
crete block, 2x4's, boards,
nails for Band Boosters' Pop-
corn Booth at football
stadium. Call Perry at
229-8900 or Joyce at 227-1199.
Will buy lamps, dishes, pic-
tures, old crochet pieces. Call
229-6254. 4tp 7-8




Double-wide trailer, with 2
porches and utility shed. On
over 1 acre of land, Mexico
Beach. Ca1648-5217. 2tc 8-26
75x715' lot on Marvin Ave.
Phone 648-8972. tfc7-15
In Bristol: Well insulated 2
bedroom house on 6.5 acres,
deep well, Ig. shed, with elec.
$25,500. 904/643-2543. 3tc 8419

HOUSE FOR SALE
1302 Garrison Ave. 2
bdrm., 1 ba.,.cen.-h/a; kit-
chen, breakfast rm., din.,
rm., Uv. rm., -utility rmn.
Fenced in back yard, nice
neighborhood. Phone
227-1731. tfc 7-22


FOR SALE
Two commercial buildings,
30'x90' ea. in PSJ on Wil-
liams Ave. currently used
as warehouses.' Easily ad-.
aptable for other uses.
Price $22,000-ea. May be
purchased separately 'or.
together. Call 227-1468 or
227-1100. tfc5-13


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S$50,000 to $80,000 per year..
Are your bored with your job?
-Tired of working for the other
:man?
: National company. based in,
:Lexington, Kentuck.y looking'
:for qualified part-time and full.
time distributors in county.
-area. Investment covered by
-inventory. Call 1-800-354-9594.
3tc8-26


Two upholstered bamboo
sections. 2 green naughyde
chairs. Electric circle saw.
648-8994. ltp 8-26

Remote control airplane
and glider with controls. $200.
For sale or will trade for any
power tools of equal value.
Call 648-5106. ltp 8-26

Jamison hide-a-bed, fram-
ing in excellent condition. Call
229-8363.

28,000 btu Sears air cond. In-
terested parties call 229-6580.
2tc 8-26

Trailer for sale or will trade
for boat motor. Also for sale,
chain saw $75; girls' 3-speed
bike $25 and boys 20" bike $20.
Call 648-5353.
1977 Glastron ski boat,
galvanized tilt trailer with
1978 75 h.p. Evinrude in good
cond. $1,500. Call 639-5973.
3tp8-12
Mobile Home: 12x55' in good
condition, partially furnished.
$3,000 firm. Call 229-8708 or
227-1327. tfc 8-12
18' fiberglass V-bottom Old
Towner boat. 85 h.p. Mercury,
like new, stainless steel gas
tank, heavy duty trailer, ex-
cel. for salt water or shrimp-
ing. Call 229-8459. tfc 7-15






1973 Monte Carlo, 2 dr., $200.
Call 648-8396. Itp 8-26

1970 Jeep Commando $700;
'68 Volkswagen Fastback; 68
Volkswagen Squareback; and
spare motor for parts, $750.
Call 229-6693. 2tp 8-19
1970 Volkswagen, auto.
trans., $800. Call 227-1403 or
227-1281. 4tc 8-12

1980 Jeep CJ5, 258 6 cyl.,
4-spd., warn locking hubs,.
brush guard, denim top, tilt
steering, am-fm, 12-15 mud-
ders, white spoke wheels,
24,000 miles. Call Craig
229-8114 day, 229-6302 after 6
p.m. tfc 7-22


ERA PARKER REALTY


SHighway 98 & 31st Street
Mexico Beach, Florida
648-5777 or 1-800-874-5073


BEACON HILL. Completely refurbished,
beautiful Gulf view. 2-story, 3 bdrm. with
new, modern decor. Must see to appreciate.
Fryer Lane


MEXICO BEACH. For discriminating buyers
only! Modern contemporary styling, pool MEXICO BEACH. Plenty of privacy in this 3
with privacy fence & landscaped pool area. bdrm.. 2 ba. home on 43rd St. across from
3 bdrm., 3 full baths, Ig. sun porch, cathe- canal. Extra buildings- laundry rm., siore-
dral ceiling, fireplace, ceiling plans, Jenn- house, workshop/office (could be used as
aire range & grill, Thermador oven and. bdrm.) Redwood and brick construction.
microwave. Many other extras. Tennessee Sundeck ana screened porch overlooking
St. Gulf. 43rd St.
* BEACHSIDE LOTS GULF FRONT LOTS
* WETAPPO CREEK LOTS TAX-SHELTER RENTALS
* COMMERCIAL PROPERTY CANAL LOTS

Cathey P. Hobbs, Realtor Associate Orena Miller, Associate
Barbara Sullivan, Associate Rhonda Heath, Realtor Associate
After hours 648-5301 Britt Pickett, Associate

Branch Office 229-8493


(OUTSIDE
FLORIDA)


YARD SALE: 3 family at
312 lola St., Oak Grove. Fur-'
niture, clothes, utility trailer,
new living room suite (5-pc.),
color t.v., stove & refrig. and
many more items. From 8
a.m. till 4 p.m. Rain or shine.

YARD SALE: Saturday,,
Aug. 28, 9-4, 213 Tapper Ave.,
Ward Ridge.

YARD SALE: Saturday,
Aug. 28, 104 Duval St., Oak
Grove, 9:00 till 1:00. Little
girls' clothes, sizes 3-7. Also
some ladies' and men's
clothes. All in good condition.





Newspaper carriers needed
in all parts of Port St. Joe and
Highland View. Part time in-
come for teenager. Call Carol
at 229-6676 for more informa-
tion. tfc 8-12


BID NO. 277
The City of Port St. Joe requests bids
on 12 1 yard and 12 2 yard garbage
containers. Specifications may be obtain-.
ed at the City Clerk's Office..P. 0. Box A.
Port St. Joe. Florida 32456. Bid opening to
be held September 7. 1982.
L. A. Farris.
City Auditor/Clerk 2t8-26-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 81-56
UNITED PRODUCTS, INC.,
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff.
vs.
GENE STEVERSON and PATRICIA
STEVERSON.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
SPursuant to the Final Judgment of
Foreclosure entered In the above caption-
ed cause pending in the Circuit Court in
and for Gulf County, Florida, the under-
.signed, Jerry Gates' Clerk of the above
"Court, will on the 17th day of September,
1982, between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and
2:00 p.m., at the front door of the Gulf
County Courthouse, Port St. Joe, Florida,
offer for sale and sell at public outcry to
the highest bidder for cash the following
described property, situate iq Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida. -
SThe South Seventy (70) feet of Lots
Twenty-eight, (28) and 'Thirty (30)
Block Forty-Two (42) of' the OCity of
Port St. Joe, Florida, according "to
the Official Map thereof on file In the
Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court of
Gulf County, Florida
WITNESS my'hand and the official seal
of this Courton this 16th day of August, .
1982. .


..JERRY GATES,
As Clerk of the Court
Rooms for Rent: by day, By:.1s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy'Clerk
week, month. Air cond., TV. ,t 8-
Thames Hotel. 229-8723. 302
ReidAve. tfc 7-1 FICTITIOUS NAME
1`,Noic6Ois nareDy given Ihatlpursuant to
-- Section 86509. Florida Statutes. the
unaarignea persons intend to reglyle,
____________ with the Cieik ol me Cicuil cout. Gull
County,'Floirloa our weeks afllter the lirsl
publication of Imns notice, the fictitious
name or trade name under .which they will
L be engaged in business and In which said
Business is to be carried on, to-wit:
CARPENTRY & CONCRETE::' FAINS CYCLE TRAILERS
Ri. 3B, Box 12
18 Yrs. Experience Port st. Joe, Florida
Ira J.Nichols Gary H. and Betty M. Fain, Owners
1OI fth gt -Tighlanrl View 4tp 8-26


Port St. Joe,iFlorida 32456
904/229-6235
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CUTLER PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings Portraits
Phone 229-8922
tfc4-l1
Psychological Services for-
anyone with problems in day-
to-day. living. Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Port St. Joe.
227-1145 (24 hours)

Walls, woodwork, and win-
dows cleaned. Also some yard
work by experienced husband
and wife. Mr. Sollars. 227-1490.
tfc 7-3

"Lies are usually caused,
by undue fear of men."
Hasidic Saying-


Cadet, the term used
to 'describe students in
the' U.S. ,military 'acad-
emies, is a French .word
meaning younger son.,
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FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Section .865.09, Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons Intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit court, Gulf
County, FIorida. four weeks after Ine 'il ,
publication of this notice. Ine fictilious
narneor trade name unaer wanch iney wi1'
be engaged in business and in wnich said
business s to be carried on, to-wit:
THE PARKWAY RESTAURANT ,
Slate Road 30 C
Port St. Joe, Florida,32456
Owner Nancy A. Mock
4tc8-26



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i Cabinet work, trim work,
doors, windows, shelves. Saw
filing, painting, stain work,
work with formica. Work
guaranteed. Call 227-1584.
tfc 8-19
REMODELING, Old. or New
DRY WALL
Hanging and Finishing
PAINTING ROOFING
25 years experience. Free
estimates and work
guaranteed.
Phone 639-2973
S 3tp 8-12


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



#1 'Decor O0 e
Panama City

20% SALE-
Custom -
Draperies

Reupholste
FREE ESTIMATES
FREE DELIVERY
786420

CARPET
STEAM CLEANING
Living Room "n" Hall
$2995
Living Room, Dining Room
"n" Hall
$3995
"'Yes. we also do compete
Exterior Pressure Cleaning"
769-5827
Panama City, Florida
Larry Washington
"n" Son
Professional Cleaning


SEARS IS AS CLOSE AS
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Sears Catalog Sales

227-1151

Leon Follock, Owner
410 Reid Avenue


LEWIS SOIL
EXTRACTION SYSTEM
Carpet Upholstery
Autos
Commercial or Residential
Free Estimates
Locally Owned
Phone 229-6482 or 229-6447
tfcll-4

AVON -To Buy or Sell,
Call Mrs. L. Z. Henderson
Group Sales Leader
227-1281
tfc 8-26
ST. JOE MACHINE CO.
Machine Work --Welding
506 First Street
Phone 229-6803'
Machinist on Duty All Day
Every Day '

Air Conditioning Heating
Refrigeration Appliance
Parts and S6rvice
DANIELS SERVICE CO.
Electric Plumbing -
Appliance Repair
AllBrands
Norris Daniels
Phone 229-8416
106 Bellamy Circle
tfc4-16
FLORIST & GIFT SHOPPE
St. Joseph Bay Flowers &
Gifts
319 Reid Ave. Ph: 229-8343
Port St.Joe, Florida
If no answer call 229-8964
Jeri Rich Ashcraft, Owner
Hrs.: 9:00-5:00, M,T, Th, F, S
9:00-12:00 Wed.
SHALLOW WELLS
229-6380 Joe
227-1794 Terry ,.
tfc 4-29

Custom Interior Design
: JR -j. ?


SAVE
A bookkeeper can save you'
Income Tax Dollars when
'your bookkeeper' is an ex-
perienced Tax Return Pre-
parer.

Monthly fee includes ALL
required tax forms.

My Work will stand up
under C.P.A. audit.

Starting my 6th year at
.same location.
116 Monument Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Phone 229-8536
WAUNETA'S
Bookkeeping Service
Wauneta Brewer Pat Hohman
Owner Assistant
25tp 7-15


The Sewing Room.,
t, s 410 A Reid Avenue
9 Port St. Joe, Florida NO0

"Quality Fabrics at Affordable Prices"




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





PAT'S MATS & FRAMES
406 7th Street Mexico Beach, Fla.
Custom Matting & Framing of:
* PAINTINGS PRINTS
* PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDLEWORK

SEE OUR GIFT ITEMS
INCLUDING SHELL PRINTS, NOTE CARDS,
FINE ART SAND DOLLARS &
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS IN WATERCOLORS & PASTELS

OPEN Wed. thru Sat. 9 a.m. 17 p.m. EST
Sunday 1 p.m.. 7 p.m. for your convenience
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays
Member Professional Picture Framers Assoc.
Pat Bowen, owner 648-8914


Alcoholics Anonymous
Port St. Joe Serenity Group,
Sunday, 4:00 P.M., E.S.T.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.'
Al-Anon
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M., E.S.T.
St. James Episcopal Church
Phone 229-8720
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
STANLEY WASZCZAK
CARPENTER
Good Work Fair Price
Phone 648-5226
4tc8-12


St. Joseph Bay
Constructoi
* Residential
* Commercll <





W. S. (Biff) Quarles
CUSTOM HOMES-
S REMODELING
2290-8795



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

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




ST. JOE CUSTOM

BUILDERS





-Commercial Building
-Residential Building
-Cabinet Work


GLEN F. COMBS
227-1689

P.0. BOX 456
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
tfcT72"
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Going Fishing?
Stop here first
for a complete .
line of,

Fishing Tackle

HURLBUT SUPPLY
306 Reid Avenue.


"I think It was something I ate."



kills bugs for
up to six months,

and saves you about $100 yearly
in costly pest control'services.
Use of Sprayer free with
purchase of Rid-A-Bug
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306 Reid Avenue
Port St. Joe. Florida


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House for Rent: 4 bedroom,
with washer & dryer hook-up.
On Hwy. 71, White City. Large
yard, ideal for couples with
small children. Call 639-5778.
3tc 8-26

- For Rent: Small trailer, ful-
ly furnished. Ideal for I or 2
people. Call 648-5167.

For Rent: Mobile home and
trailer space for rent,
beautiful lot, St. Joe Beach.
Also mobile home in Panama
City,,private lot. Call 648-8559.
tfc 8-26
Fully furnished one
bedroom cottage, glassed in
porch; available now. Come
see at 207 Coronado St., St. Joe
Beach or phone 648-8918.
2tc 8-19
For carpets cleaned the way
professionals do it-at a frac-
tion of the cost, rent Rinse N
Vac the portable steam
carpet cleaning system.
Available at Western Auto,
:pho6e 227-1105, 219 Reid Ave.

No need for wet carpets.
Dry clean them with HOST.
Use rooms right away. Rent
machine. St. Joe Furniture.
227-1251.
SKI BREEZE'
-Camping, campers for rent,
day,-week or month. On the
Gulf, beach or wooded site.
Bill and Renee Schlickman.
Res. 229-6105.


New Listing: 520 Third St. Excellent
location. 2.bdrm., 1 ba. ,.chain link
fence, work / shop/stor. house, im-
maculate inside and outside. $20,500.
Terms can be arranged with owner.

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

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

Lg. frame dwelling with lots.of porch'
on 85'x13p' lot, 1V/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.


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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Port St. Joe's "Mustangs". Front row, left to right: Ben Sherrilll Ulyssee Best, Eugene Stovall, Greg Buirkett,
Casteldera Watts, Bonnie Garland, Billy Martin, Othella Glen Forehand, Greg Godwin aind Chuck Worley. In back are
Best, Preston Gant, Jeff Garner, Stanley Smith and George Ricky Tiler, Adrian Gant and Armond Harris, trainers. Not
.-Jones. Second row: Leroy Williams, Emmanuel Stewart, pictured are, Noah Williams, Donald Bryant and Charles i
Mark Williams, Rodney McGee, Roger Williams, Archie Beacham. ~
Shackleford and Darrell Brown. Third row: Carl,Hudgins, -Star photo


Mustang

Game of
Port St. Joe's "Mustangs" will join
with four other teams in the new
semi-pro Dixie Football League Satur-
day, -when they travel to Mobile,
Alabama.- for their opening game
Saturday night.
The "Mustangs" are coached by Troy
McMillian of Port St. Joe and have
fielded a team of strictly local talent
interested in playing football.
SThe "Mustangs" will play an eight
.game season this year as their initial
"effort in the new league. Meeting teams
from Mobile, Alabama, Birmingham,
Alabama, Panama City and Pensacola,
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the "Mustangs" will meet all four
teams twice this season, with four
games here at home and four games on
the road.
The league is starting off with a
10-week schedule, with all five teams
meeting each other twice in the season
on a home and home basis. Each team
will draw two byes during the season,
which ends on October 30.
.Starting for the "Mustangs" on
Saturday night, will be Emanuel
Stewart at quarterback; Clifford Dykes
at wingback; Darrel Brown and Billy C.
Martin at tackles; Casteldera Watts


HIGHLAND VIEW

CHURCH OF GOD
"Where Jesus Christ Is King
& God's Love Is An
Everflowing Fountain"
SUNDAY SCHOOL,. 10-OOA.M
MORNING WORSHIP .. 1100 AM
EVENING WORSHIP ... 6.00 F M
WEDNESDAY EVENING 700 PM
Pastor Ira J. Nichols


and Mark Williams at guard; Preston
Gant, tight end; Eugene Stovall, wide
receiver; Archie Shackleford and Rod-
ney McGee at running back and Bonnie
Garland at center.
Defense will see: Preston Gant and
Billy C. Martin at defensive end;
Casteldera Watts and Bonnie Garland
at defensive tackle; Jeff Garner,
middle linebacker; Bennie Sherrill.
weak linebacker;' Chuck Worley and
Clifford Dykes at strong linebacker;
Roger Williams and Rodney McGee at
cornerback; Leroy Williams, free
safety and Don Bryant at strong safety.


EMT Classes Being

Formed for Training
Port St. Joe's squad of the Gulf County Ambulance
Service is planning to start .a new Emergency Medical
Technician course in the near future. Before the class
can begin, those Interested in taking the training or
taking a refresher course must sign up with the squad so
a class may be formed.
Those who wish to take the course, should contact
Catherine Ramsey, squad chief, who will be teaching
course and express your interest. Ramsey may be
reached at 227-1768 or 227-1278.


James Lee EUzey to Receive
Degree From Auburn Univ.


Auburn University will
award some 806 degrees dur-
ing summer commencement
at Auburn at 2:30 p.m. on
Friday, Aug. 27, bringing the
year's total number of gradu-
ates on the Auburn campus to
3,953 and the total for all times
to 103,241.


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The Montgomery campus
will separately award 182
degrees for this quarter for a;
total of 732 and for all time to.
7,147.
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degree from this area is
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Joe.


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In Desert,
Exercises
Marine Lance Cpl.. Richard
C. Parker, son of William EE.
and Nell G. Parker of 2105
Long Avenue, Port St. Joe,
recently participated in
"Combined Arms Exercise
8-82" in the California desert.
He is a member of 2nd
Battalion, 4th Marines,'Camp
Lejeune, N.C.'
Conducted in the Mojave
desert, "Combined 'Arms
Exercise 8-82" was designed
to emphasize fire support
between air, tank, artillery,
mortar and anti-tank missile
units during both day and
night movements.

Rep. Hall at
Rustic Sands
Leonard Hall will- be, at
Rustic Sands Campground at
Mexico Beach at 7 p.m. CDT
Thursday, August 26. Anyone
wishing to meet with Mr. Hall
is invited to meet with him at
this time.
The Campgrounds are lo-
cated on Highway 386A, 15th
St. Coffee and refreshments
will be served.


Hole In One-
James Harrison scored a
hole-in-one:on theNo. 12 Hole
at St. Joseph's Bay Country
Club last Sunday afternoon.
Jim used a six iron to send the
golf ball 188 yds. into the 412,
inch cup. Sharing the thrill of
this rare effect were playing
partners Billy Barlow, Bill
Brown, and Kirk Parker.


Wins TV
The winner of the T.V. given
away by Group Captain No. 5,
Mrs. Gillie L. McNair, on '
August 14, was Mr. Frankie
Allen, Avenue F, Port St. Joe.
CARD OF THANKS
SOur sorrow in the loss of our
dear son and brother is
somewhat easier to bear be-
cause of your kindness. Thank
;youw for ycur kind words,
lovely flowers and assistance.
May God bless each of you.
Families of,
Griffin
Williams
Betts
McGee


THE STAR, Pott St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 26, 1982


The West Coast citrus industry was
thq: first trainload of oranges Jeft


born on February 14, 1886 as
Los Angeles for eastern markets.


Save


yourshoes..


Let our classified pages

do the walking for you.

Take off your shoes and relax while you look through the
classified pages of our newspaper. If you want a job, or
someone to fill that job, or want to buy, rent or' sell
anything from aardvarks to zeppelins, chances are that
you'll find whatever you're looking for in our classified
pages. Our classified pages do the walking for you-and
get results for those who are looking as well as those
who advertise.


38The Star
S Williams Ave. Phne.. ...227-1278 ..
306-308 Williams Ave. Phone 227-1278
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NOTICE


L irsl Uniled metdist. Ciircla
Constitution and MonumenI Ave.'
Port St. Joe, Florida
JIMMY SPIKES, Minister
CHURCH SCHOOL .......... .-... .......... 9:45A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP .... .,............. :QQAM.
EVENING WORSHIP....................... 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......... 6:30 P.M.
CHOIR REHEARSAL (Wednesday) ........... 7:30 P.M.


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The Board of County Commission would like to
announce, for purposes .of clarification, that
everyone's property taxes should have decreased
this year unless the assessment (value) of your pro-
perty was inc eased by the Property Appraiser. The
Board of County Commission levied a tax. rate of

6.68 ($6.68 per $1,000) in 1981 and a tax rate of
5.629 ($5.63 per $1,000) in 1982. That is a

decrease in the property tax rate of 1.051 mills
($1.05 per $1,000).
Your taxes should have gone up for no other

reason than an increase in the value of your property
as the tax rate levied by the Board of County Com-
mission was decreased.
If you are unhappy with the value placed on your
property you must obtain a petition from the Proper-
ty Appraiser and file it with the Property Appraisal
Adjustment Board by September 7th.
The Board of County Commission decreased the
village rate and if your taxes went up then your

assessment as appraised by the Property Appraiser
had to increase.


GULF COUNTY BOARD

OF COUNTY COMMISSION


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 26, 1982


Thomas, Traci McClain and Kathy Rish. N
pictured are Pam Sanborn, Trish Tapper ai
Lisa Whaley.


Christi Angerer. Standing, from left: Leigh
Miller, Angel Barbee, Paula Ward, Florence
Bailey and Tonya Peak. -Star photos


Strange






Tim Strange, 20, a former
Wewahitchka High School
U H football player, has filed a
$50-million lawsuit against the
manufacturer of the helmet he
was wearing on the night in
Graceville when he received
an injury which was to make
him a quardaplegic.
Strange, now 20, sustained
the injury in Graceville on
November 3, 1978, while wear-
ing a Pac-3 helmet manufac-
tured by the Riddell Company
of Chicago.
Strange's attorney, Ray-
mond Syfrett of Panama City,
is going into court claiming
Riddell had a patent on a pad
designed to fit on the back of
the Pac-3 helmet to protect the
back of the neck, but didn't put
it on the helmet which Strange
was wearing.
Strange suffered a displaced
vertebra in a head-on tackle in
that football game which has
left him paralyzed and confin-
ed to a wheelchair.
SStrange spent nearly a year
in and out of hospitals after
^ the accident before graduat-
ing from Wewahitchka High
School a year late, attending
classes in his wheel chair.
Strange still needs constant
-, care as the. result of his
paralysis.
The suit' is not expected to
\ ,N come to court for at least nine
Months.
Attorneys are basing their
case on a similar case filed'
against Riddell, imnd won, in
the Kentucky area for $7.5
million, last year.


Quarterback

Club Meets
This Evening
An organizational meet-
ing for the Quarterback
Club will be held this
evening-at 7:30 p.m., in the
High School Commons
Area.
All members and pros-
pective members of the
organization are asked to
be present so the new year
of activities' can get under-
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| Cheerleaders Win
Members of Port St. Joe
Jr.-Sr. High School's varsity-
and junior varsity cheer-
leading squads attended the
International Cheerleading
Foundation Camp at Florida f
State University held recent-
ly. Over 400 students attended
the camp for four days.
After three days of hard
work, learning sessions and
practice in the hot sun, final
competition was held, with
both Port St. Joe squads earn- Headquarters for P.E. Clothes
ing blue ribbons in their divi-.
sions. Their blue ribbon Book Bags, Knapsacks
qualified them to be among Port St. Joe Elementary, Highland V
five squads in their division to Elementary and Faith Christian School
*be eligible to compete for Elementary and Faith Christhe
grand championship. School Colors T-ShirtS
The Junior Varsity squad Port St. Joe High School. Wewa H
.won first place in the grand School, Port St. Joe Elementary, Highl
championship in their divi- View Elementary, Faith Christian.
sion. The varsity squad placed B Jk .
third behind Jacksonville En- Bulldog & Faith Christian Jackets ... Vs
glewood ia 4A school) and Bulldog, Faith Christian, Shark
ot Spartanburg, N C. T-Shirts . . . .. .... ...
nd The Varsity cheerleadingg Bulldog Shorts ......... ......... 9
squad consists of Latricia SHOES
Allen, Stacey Angerer, Vicky Spotbilt and Converse Football shoes.
Barlow, Tracy McClain, Nik t Canvas d On S
Kathy Rish, Pam Sanborn, Nike Canvas ............... On S
Marcia Stoutamire, Trish Convers All-Stars ......... Sale Pri
Tapper, Cassandra Thomas BACKPACKS GYM BAGS
and Lisa Whaley.
Members of the Junior Var-
sity squad are Christie
Angerer, Florence Bailey, TI
Angel Barbee, Sissy Burke, The Athletic HOUS
Teresa Cozart, Leigh Miller,
Tonya Peak, Deanna Russ, 323 Reid Ave. Phone 229-(
Paula Ward and Leslie
Wilder.


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Jesse and Peggy Turner are
,some fine.,folks! They reside
at 622 Madison Street in Oak
Grove and have lived there
permanently since 1979. They
bought their home in 1972, but
were just vacationing during
the winter until they retired.
They retired at an early age
and said good-bye to the ice
and snow of their home state,
Michigan, and moved to their
permanent retirement home
in Oak Grove.
Jesse worked for Auto Spe-
cialist in Coloma, Michigan
and retired after thirty years
of service. "It was early
retirement but we were ready
to move on to our new home,"
Jesse stated. Peggy, who
owned and operated her own
beauty shop, agreed. "We
couldn't wait, so we sold our
home on the lake and I sold my
beauty shop and we said'
good-bye to the harsh winters
and moved everything to
. Florida."
The Turners have been
married-for thirty-four years.
They have raised two beauti-
ful daughters and have seen
them married and start fami-
lies of their own. They also
convinced them to move to
Florida with them.
Their oldest daughter, Kar-
la, lives in Wewahitchka with
her husband, Pete Peterson
and. lovely daughter, Alicia.
Debbie,.the younger daughter,
is married to' John Thumm
and they reside in Oak Grove
-[with their 17 month old
-daughter, Melissa.
Jesse and Peggy enjoy
fishing, playing golf, dining
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PAGE NINE


First Baptists Hosting Dinner for Gridders


Know Thy Neighbor

BY SHAD PHANTRY




Jesse and Peggy Turner


Hall.)
Although a meal will be
served just for the above, the
entire community is welcome
to drop by and meet the
players, cheerleaders, and
coaches., With the team open-
ing the season in a Jamboree
the following. night (Septem-
ber 2), it would be an ideal
occasion to offer encourage-

Up In Mid


September for Those Willing
The Kaufman 5K "'Grand rants Fifty-two trophies will
Opening" Run will be held'at be awarded to male and
8:00 AM September 18 in female overall winners, age
Panama City 'start and finish group finishers and masters
at 15th Street and Everitt II finishers
Entry fee is $5.00 T-shirts For information, contact
will be awarded to all regist- Panhandle Runners, 265-9648.


ment to the entire group.
The First Baptist member-
ship hopes to make this an
annual event. "First Baptist
wants to be a community


minded ,church", states Rev.
Howard Browning, pastor.
"We want to be a part of the
spiritual guidance of the youth
of Port St., Joe and the


surrounding area. Our aim is
for everyone to realize First
Baptist cares for them and is
available to help anyone that
desires Christian growth."


The First Baptist Church
will host a Chicken Dinner
Wednesday, September 1,, at
the City Park for the Port St.
Joe High Varsity Football
Team and Cheerleaders. Also
included will be the coaches,
their wives, cheerleader spon-
sors and their spouses. Time
for the event will be 5:00 P.M.
(In case of rain it will be held
in the Church Fellowship

Big Run Cominig


out and making new friends.
They.own a comfortable fish-
ing lodge at Howard's Creek
and often spend several days
there fishing and just relax-


THE.TURNERS


ing. "We also enjoy eating the
.fish we catch,". Jesse was
quick to add. "We enjoy
everything about Florida and
the Port St. Joe area."
I wondered aloud about how
they chanced to find our town.
"We had been vacationing in
South Florida for about
twenty-five years when we
chanced to come through Port
St. Joe and saw a bunch of
homes for sale. We spent the
night and the next day con-
tacted Frank Hannon and he
showed us. a house we were
interested in. We liked it and
we bought it on the spot!"
A hasty decision we can be


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"Cool It with

George"


Air Conditioning


and Refrigeration


RESIDENTIAL AND
COMMERCIAL
SALES SERVICE
INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR


Now Adding

Electric Motor Rewinding
Fraclional P tiru 3 H P
Single Phase or Three Phase


George Thomas Company


Phone 229-6394 or 648-8952


proud the Turners made.
Since buying their home in
1972, the Turners have con-
vinced Peggy's sister and her
husband, Irma and Kenneth
Sollars and both their daught-,
ers and husbands, to move to
the PortSt. Joe area. It's hard
for;a town to find emissaries
like that!
Jesse and Peggy spend most
of their time enjoying their
hobbies' and in particular.
making new friends. Making
new friends is the hobby in
which they excel for they are
wonderful, cordial people. We
wish them continued health
and happiness in their retire-
ment. It's great to have
friends and neighbors like the
Turners!!!


The


Lark

We caught him in the early
spring.
And so melodiously he sang
We made for him a gilded
cage,
trying his anger to assuage,
but that small bird, no note
would letter,
he pranced, with absurd
wing's aflutter,
looking askance at artfulest
pleas,
nor deigning to glance, at the
tiny trapeze.
And for all our sly entreating
hour on hour, he would not
sing,
he grew lean, and he grew
fretful
then one night he sang,
forgetful,
His sweet voice all aquiver
With the joy he'd lost forever.
like a creature crazed, he sang
of a, barred cage, and a
battered wing.
1, listening, cried and then
simply
Opened the door wide, and set
him free,
to the moon soaring in ecstatic
flight,
his sweet song pouring into the
night,
He sang as never bird sang
before.
One note, ever and ever, o'er
and o'er
Without a break, that breath-
less note,
though it seem to shake his
tiny throat,
the song of a lark, in sheerest
rapture,
from a released heart that has
known capture.
Vera Burge

An automobile traveling 30
mi'es per hour will go 44 feet
in the space of a single second.


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RE-ELECT -


DOUGLAS C. BIRMINGHAM

YOUR


County Commissioner
DISTRICT NO. 2

"A Man Who Has Proven His Concern
for Our County"

Helped organize Wewahitchka Little League,
Team Sponsor 6 years, League President 4 years,
1 year Assistant Coach.
6 years as a Volunteer Fireman in Wewahitchka.
3 years as Chairman, Wewahitchka March of
Dimes. "
3 years served on Wewahitchka Medical Commit-
tee..
3 years Wewahitchka City Commissioner and is
currently serving you as County Commissioner.

I am self employed (Gulf Track Service). I am married to the
formeerRebecca Ann Prescott, a Gulf County school teacher
and we have two children, Matthew 9, Judith 3.

I care and would appreciate your continued
support for-the betterment of Gulf County.


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,,JAMES L.. TANKKF.



TANK E-RS LE.Y.:

SYour County Commissioner
District Four
Honest Dependable
A Vote for Better Government
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SB 7-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Public Service Commission; creating a. 350.001, Florida Stat-
utes; providing legislative intent; amending s. 850.01, Florida
Statutes; providing for appointment of Public Service Commis-
sioners;


Yeas-- 20
mmm Mr. President
Barron
1astor
'hiamberlin
Childers, W. D.


Dunn
(ilisson
Ilair
llolloway
MacKay


McClain
Myers
Sayler
Skinner
Spicola


Thomas, Pit
Tobiassen
Vog't
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Dempsey Barron used his power to take away
our right to vote on Public Service Commissioners
that brought us those high utility rates.
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DON CRISP WILL introduce legislation to return
your right to vote on the Public Service
Commissioners.'


Barron has not filed or passed one single bill to
give us back our right to vote. DON CRISP WILL!




Vote for a Senator who will talk to you-

not down to you.


DISTRICT 3 DEMOCRAT


PAID POL. ADV. WALTER B. GEORGE CAMPAIGN TREASURER


A cool engine and a cool
head can mean safer driving
in 'summer heat said the
Florida Highway Patrol this
week.
Lt. Colonel Roger Collar,
acting director of the Patrol
said, "Hot summer weathee'
combined with a defective
cooling system *can cause
many problems.. An over-
heated car engine can stall
easily in heavy traffic and
might result in an accident."
The Patrol urged drivers to


have radiators,, radiator
hoses, and connections check-
ed frequently for leaks by a
qualified mechanic. Unless
your car is almost new or
these parts have been re-
placed recently, it would be
advisable to install all new
water hoses,. belts for fan,
alternator, power steering, air
conditioning, etc., before leav-
ing on a long trip. These parts'
, have a habit of breaking down
when you are a long way from
help.


Another important thing to
remember, as you travel on
vacation this summer, is that
tossing litter from moving
vehicles creates driving ha-
zards as well as eyesores. In
addition to destroying the
natural beauty of our- high-
ways, objects such as glass
drink bottles and metal cans
can cause accidents by a
driver swerving or slowing
.down suddenly to avoid the
object, thereby forcing other
drivers to take drastic evasive
action.
"Hot weather can cause


tempers to; explode," con-
cluded Collar. "An over-
heated engine can be very
costly for your car and an'
over-heated temper could kill
you in a traffic crash."



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Vote For and Elect

W.J. Dude"

S FORTNER
County Commissioner
District Two
S "The Working People's Commissioner"
"Ou Vole and Support Will Be Greally AoprecaTed
p p p., A., P for DepDpra Fcrtner CaFmoiLaon Maq


Vote for and Elect

Grady Dean

School Board Member
District One
Your Vote and Support Will
Be Greatly Appreciated
Pd lor Dy Darnel6 W Dean II. Camp Treas


RAY LAWRENCE


Lawrence Graduates

Joining Crusade


Ray Lawrence graduated
with honors Saturday, August
7th, from the University of
Florida with a Bachelors
Degree in Business Admini-
stration and Real Estate. The
graduation ceremonies were
held in the new O'Connell
6fCenrterlocated on the Univer-
' sity campus. T'lhere were 1700
students that graduated in
August with 900 of them
participating in the ceremony.
Ray's immediate plans are


for he and his wife, Pam, to go
on staff with Campus Crusade
for Christ. This is a World-
wide organization, and Ray
and Pam will be involved in
the campus ministry. They
will go for training in Califor-
nia in January for six weeks,
and then be assigned to a
college campus somewhere in
the Southeast. The initial
commitment is for two years.
Ray is a 1977 graduate of
Port St. Joe High School.


-, We Want You
To Be A Part of
The Friendly Place


SBIBLE STUDY ............. .. .. 9-45 A M
MORNING WORSHIP ............ 11 00 AM
CHURCH TRAINING .. ...... 5 45 P.M
EVENING WORSHIP .......... .... 7-00 P.M.
WEDNESDAY ... .. .. . ... 7.00 P M.


Long Ave. Baptist Church
,1601 LONG AVENUE
MARK DONNELL
Minister of Music and Youth


$7


.PAGE TEN


'U I


WHY ARE THE UTILITY COMPANIES

SUPPORTING DEMPSEY BARRON?

Our utility bills (Gulf Power) have gone up over
82% since Dempsey Barron helped ram the
appointed PSC down our throats in 1978.
(Remember how he took credit?)


Could this be the reason the utility companies are
giving money to Dempsey Barron's campaign?


SENATE BILL: SENATE JOURNAL JUNE 7, 1978 PAGE 7


Where Pete Skinner Stands...


...AGRICULTURE The economy of the second Congressional District of Florida is
not centered around the space program. Our economy is dependent on agriculture.
Help send Pete Skinner to Washington to represent the needsof all farmers not just
a special few!

...ECONOMY The poor state of our economy is the result of 20 years of neglect and
'politics as usual'. In order to lower interest rates and put people back to work we
must make some hard choices while balancing the budget. You choice is to send
Pete Skinner to Washington, he'll make the hard choices for you.

...CRIME I strongly believe in the Death Penalty. The Death Penalty does not work
in Florida mainly because it is constantly being thwarted by district federal judges
who are appointed for life and are accountable to no one. The first bill I will sponsor
as your Congressman will place all district judges on the ballot for retention or
rejection by the people.

878 E. Baya Lake City, Florida Phone: 752-0088

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PAGE TWELVE THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. u, 1982




Top Soil Disappearing At Rapid Rate


It takes 1000 years for one
inch of.16psoil to form under
natural conditions. And it
takes less that. four years for
erosion to destroy that inch
opsidering those facts, you
dodn?tave'to be a mathemati-
cian to figure out that high
rates of erosion can do de-
vastating-- and practically
irreversible- damage to top-
soil, the Adi'rk, rich layer of
earth "tiat'" can transform
ordinary land into productive
, farmland.
Today,.eiosion is one of two
major factors. contributing to
the'diappeariance of farm-
lanad'ac sthe United States,
says ,the, current issue of
National Wildlife magazine.
The second factor is develop-
ment-' the conversion of
farmland to non-farm uses.
The combined effect of these
two trends- increasing ero-
sion and development on U.S.
farmland- is a problem with
ominous implications for fu-
ture generations' according to
the bi-mornthly publication of


the National Wildlife Federa-
tion. Thousands of acres of
farmland are being lost at a
time when the need for food
around the world is on a sharp
increase. "It's a vanishing act
of such proportions that it's a
wonder we as a nation haven't
shown more concern," con-
cludes the magazine.
If erosion throughout the
United States were confined to
one region, all of the topsoil
from an area the size of the
State of Rhode Island would be
gone in less than three
months, says National Wild-
life. According to the U.S.
Department of Agriculture,
one third of the nation's
cropland is currently eroding
at an unacceptable rate. Los-
ses range from one to more
than 40 tons per acre per year.
In the Corn Belt, Delta states
and the Appalachian states,
more than a third of the
cropland is eroding at rates
exceeding five tons annually-
well beyond the rates that can,
be replaced by mechanical,


chemical a id natural forces.
Ironically, technological ad-
vances have masked erosion's
adverse impacts on farmland.
As erosion diminishes the
productivity of land, farmers
boost yields with new tech-
nology, such as hybrid seeds,
pesticides, more efficient
equipment, chemical fertili-
zers and intensive tilling prac-
tices. The innovations hide the
losses that would have result-
ed had the stripped soil been
left on its own.
In addition, says National
Wildlife, erosion has not been
concentrated in one area,
where its impact could have
been more easily assessed.
Instead it has been spread
over hundreds of millions of
acres. When the damages
became evident, the problem
was already beginning to,
reach crisis proportions..
Complicating the effect of
erosion is development, which
takes its own bite out of the
nation's farmland. Unfortu-
nately, pressures for farm-


PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
TO BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 2, 1982
S... NOTICE OF ELECTION
SWHEREAS. The Legislature under the Constitution of the State of Florida. passed Joint
*Resolutions proposing amendments to the Constiution of the State of Florida, and Iney did
determine and direct that the said Joint Resolutions De suDmitted to the electors of the State of
"Florida'., at the General Election to be held on November 2. 1982
NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE FIRESTONE. Secretary of State of the Stale of Florida, do
hdt. notice that an election will be held in each County in Florida, on November 2, 1982,
"f re ~Teification or rejection ofI te Joint Resolutions proposing amendments 1o me Constitu-
tion.ol-the State of Florida. viz-
*kin .1


land conversion are most
intense in regions with the
most productive cropland-
the Corn Belt and Sunshine
states. According to the maga-
zine, development in the coun-
try's 100 best agricultural
counties is twice the national
rate. Farmland losses caused
by development and erosion
will total 3.2 million acres by
the year 2000 in Iowa, Illinois,
Indiana, Ohio and Missouri if
current trends continue.
Solutions to farmland los-
ses- such as innovative land


planning and an end to govern-
ment support for policies and
projects that erod away top-
soil- are available, says
National Wildlife. But because
farmers are a small and
financially pressed group
'(they make up less than four
percent of the U.S. population(
the public will have to be the
driving force behind reforms.
Some reforms are already
beginning to take hold. State
agencies are successfully pro-
moting no-till farming, the
least erosive of cultivation


techniques. In the private
sector, foundations are form-
ing to raise -money' for the
purchase of development
rights to farms.
With enough public support,
these and other efforts could
significantly slow farmland
loss, according to National
Wildlife. "These croplands
will not vanish, not entirely."
But admittedly, the maga-
zine cautions, "We Americans
are at a very crucial junc-
ture."


Gulf County Schools



Week's Lunchroom Menu


Monday, August 30
Luncheon meat and cheese
sandwich, fruit mix, baked
beans, and milk.
Tuesday, August 31
Pizza, sliced peaches, mix-
ed vegetables, cookie, and
milk.

Wednesday, September 1
Chicken and rice, turnips,
pear halve, cornbread, and
milk.


Thursday, September 2'
Tacos with cheese, corn,
orange juice, cookie, and
milk.
; Friday, September 3
Fish with catsup, sliced
apples, French fries, bun, and
milk.

Watermelons grown along
the Tigris River'in the Mid-
dle.East have been known to
weigh as much as 275 pounds.


Menus may change without
notice due to the availability
of foods.


"Experiment is' a hard teacher because -she gives the test
first, the lesson afterwards." Vernon Law

"A pleasant face is a silent recommendation."
Publilius Syrus



HIGHLAND VIEW


BAPTIST CHURCH

Corner of Fourth St. & Second Ave.

Welcome Friend

SUNDAY SCHOOL . . 9:45A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE ........... 11:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M.
CHURCH TRAINING (Sunday) ............. 6:30 P.M.
MID-WEEK PRAYER (Wednesday) .......... 7:30 P.M.

Nursery Provided BRO. JERRY REGISTER














School Board


District 1


.4'


NO. 1
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE II, SECTION 8


.,, SECTION 8. Ethics in government.--A public office is a public trust.
The people shall have the right to secure and sustain that trust against
abuse. .To assure this right:
(a) All elected constitutional officers and candidates for such
offEc sand, as may be determined by law, other public officers,
candidates, and employees shall file full and public disclosure of their
financial "interests.
(b) All elected public officers and candidates for such offices shall
file-fulland public disclosure of their campaign finances.
-' (') Any public officer or employee who breaches the public trust for
.ivbategain and any person or entity inducing such breach shall be
'. lidble-.'to the state for all financial benefits obtained by such actions.
The manner of recovery and additional damages may be provided by law.
*(d)' 'Any public officer or employee who is convicted of a felony
' .' involving a.breach of public trust shall be subject to forfeiture of
rights and privileges under a public retirement system or pension plan in
Such. ,ianneras may be provided by law.
S... '.(e) .No member of the legislature or statewide elected officer shall
S .ersonalLy represent another person or entity for compensation before any
Ste.the..government body-6r agency, unless such person files full and
.-isbre -'of h'is or Her financraT-" interests pursuant to
S sub sedtibn (a), ef--wh eh-the-+ndivida't-was-an-efeee-ee-membee for a
:_period,:of two years following vacation of office. No member of the
gisJlat!re" shall personally represent another person or entity for
o mp-en'sation during term of office before any state agency other than
udic'aT'. tribunals. Similar restrictions-on other public officers and
S iplboyeesmay be established by law.
-'. (f) There shall be an independent commission to conduct
Ityestigations and make public reports on all complaints concerning
: reach of public trust by public officers or employees not within the
S urils iction. of the judicial qualifications commission.
is section shall not be construed to limit disclosures and
p. "piiit-'i'ohns which may be established by law to preserve the public trust.
and avoid conflicts between public duties and private interests.
S" ..' "-.'hed'u.le--On the effective date of this amendment and until
'ca. -'j, by law:
S Full and public disclosure of financial interests shall mean
.' f.i'lrhg.ith the secretary of state by July 1 of each year a sworn
s,,i : '6aement showing net worth and identifying each asset and liability in
excesd'-'of *Sl,000 and its value together with one of the following:
a.. A copy of the person's most recent federal income tax return; or

b. A sworn statement which identifies each separate source and amount
of income which exceeds $1,000. The forms for such source disclosure and
the rules under which they are to be filed shall be prescribed by the
independent commission established in subsection (f), and such rules
S. '"shall include disclosure of secondary sources of income.
(2) Persons holding statewide elective offices shall also file
:-.disclosure of their financial interests pursuant to subsection (h)(1).
(3) The independent commission provided for in subsection (f) shall
S mean the Florida Commission on Ethics.

NO. 2
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I, SECTION 12
ARTICLE I
S DECLARATION OF RIGHTS
SECriON 12. Searches and seizures.--Tre right of the people to be
..secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against unreasonable
'sea-ches and seizures, and against t he unreasonable interception of
:private communications by any 'means, shall not be violated. No warrant
shall be issued except upon probable cause, supported ty affidavit,
phatic.ul-arly'describing the place or places to Be searched, the person or
person's; thing or things to be seized, the communication to be
intercepted, and the nature of evidence to be .*btained. Tnis right shall
be construed in conformity within the 4th Amendment to tne United States
.Constitution, as interpreted by tre United Starte Supreme Court.
-Articles or informatLon obtained in violation of this riglrt srhall not be
.admissible in evidence if such articles or information would be.
Zinadmissible under decisions of tre Unitea States Supreme Court
:construing the 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution.
NO. 3
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
ARTICLE I, SECTION 14
ARTICLE I
DECLARATION OF RIGHTS
"S i ezCt'ioLn 14. Pretrial release and detention Bail.--Unless charged with
S'ca'iial o.-lffense-or an offense punishable by life imprisonment and the
pr.. .. .. oo-of guilt is evident or the presumption is great, Unti--edjudged
S uitey every person charged with a crime or violation of municipal or
S .county ordinance shall be entitled to pretrial release on reasonable
c conditionsns. If no conditions of release can reasonably protect the


. ,hmmi nivf'.


from risk of physical assure the presence or


: the-ac'bused at trial, or assure the integrity of the judicial process,
-the accused may be detained. baie-wh-sieient-seety-intess-chaged
):wih-a-eapetat-e(ense-ec-en-e#ense-punishab3e-by-3ife-tmpetsenmene--and


- (SEAL)


IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the State
of Florida at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the
sixth day of August, A.D, 1982.
/s/ GEORGE FIRESTONE
SECRETARY OF STATE


Pd0lA i ~ lf lmn ,JC fl)ir fd


CODING: Words in struelk-4hf-ough type are deletions from existing law; words in underscored
tare additions 2tc 8-26 & 9-23


' ,










THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 26, 1982


SRalston (Roscoe) Lynch Julie Creamer is shown accepting a Roscoe Lynch, tournament director, left, con-
.won first place in the men's trophy for first place in the 1982 gratulates Bo Wright of Panama City, who won first
.open singles held recently in Women's Singles Tennis Open from place in the Men's B Division of the Tennis Tourna-
-Port St. Joe. Roscoe Lynch. ment.



Lynch, Creamer, Wright, Win


Ralston Lynch and Julie
Creamer of Port St. Joe, and
Bo Wright of Panama City
took top honors in the Port St.
Joe Invitational Tennis tour-
nament held August 14 and 15
in Port St. Joe..
Ralston Lynch beat Paul
Wilson 6-4, 6-3 for the Men's
Open title. Creamer defeated
Brenda Arnold 6-3, 6-4 for the
Ladies Open championship
t while Wright defeated Julian
Branch 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 for the:
Men's B title.
The Doubles Tournament


was held August 21 and 22 with
Gail Graben and Suber Saty
(Panama City) taking top
honors in the Men's Open,
Michelle and Danny Caylor
(Panama City) Winning Mixed
Doubles, and Christy McSpad-
den and Bunny Odom .(Mari-
anna) winning the ,Ladies
Doubles.
Gail Graben and Suber Saty
defeated. Ralson Lynch and
Talman Sisk ,64, 7-5.
Michelle and Danny Caylor
defeated Connie Stoutamire
and Robert Rabold 6-1, 6-3.


Christy McSpadden and
Bunny Odom defeated Brenda
Arnold and Connie Stoutamire
6-4, 6-1.
Appreciation goes to all the
participants of the tourna-
ment and the citizens of Port
St. Joe for making the tourna-
ment a success.
Special thanks goes to Ral-
ston Lynch, tournament di-
rector, Mike Chisholm, as-
sistant, and Fred Allen, City's
Recreation Director.
TOURNAMENT
A Tennis Tournament, spon-


scored by the Gulf County
Guidance Clinic, Inc., will be
September 18-19 (Singles),
and .September 25-26 (Dou-'
bles). This will be a single
elimination tournament with a
consolation bracket with first
and second places in each
category. Proceeds will bene-
fit mental health programs in
Gulf County.
Ralston (Roscoe) Lynch will
be directing the tournament.
For further information, con-
tact him at 904-648-5875 after
6:00 p.m. EST.


EXTENSION NOTES:


Chrysanthemums


for Fall Garden Color


BY ROY LEE CARTER


The common garden chry-
santhemums, popularly called
"mums" belong to a large
group of annual and perennial
herbs in 'the plant family
called Composite. The cold-
hardy, cultivated varieties are
used extensively as garden
and patio flowers for fall
color.
The wide color range and
type and size of flowers tend to
increase the popularity of this
fine garden subject especially
noted for its excellent show of
color in September and Oc-
tober.
Flowers of mums can be
controlled by manipulating
day length, but most home
gardeners allow their plants to
flower in, the normal fall
season. Controlled flower pro-
duction at other seasons is
best left to commercial cut
flower producers.
Chrysanthemums will grow
'in any well-drained soil that
i.


County Extension Director


contains an abundance of
organic matter. If the soil is
very. sandy, a three to four
inch layer of peat or other
organic material should be
worked into the flower bed to a
six inch depth.
Mums are grown from cut-
tings or division of old parent
clumps: Rooted cuttings are
usually available from local
garden stores. Space the,


plants a foot apart for a mass
effect or two feet apart to
emphasize individual plants.
After the plants are estab-
lished and at least six inches
tall break off the top one or
two inches of the stem. This
will encourage lateral branch-
ing and produce lower, bushi-
er plants.
Two to three applications of
a 6-6-6 fertilizer at the rate of


Classes Being Offered



Adult School Courses


Fall is the perfect time for,
adults to return to school. The
Gulf County Adult School has
classes for, developing new
skills that will enable a person

to get a new job, as well as to
gain a high school diploma.
Courses are "Tailor made"!
Each student begins at his or
her level and works at his or
her own rate of speed toward
completion of the course.
Flexible" scheduling allows
students to attend school at
times that are convenient.
Many courses are available
for qualified veterans to at-
tend on the G.I. 'Bill:. All
courses are free.,of charge.
Listed below is the .adult
school' schedule for' the 1982


Fall Semester:
General Education, leading
to a high school diploma:
Centennial Bldg, 8:00 A.M.-3
3:00 P.M., M thru F; Centen-
nial Bldg., 6:00 P.M.-9:00
P.M., M-TpW-Th; Zion Fair
Baptist Church, 6:00P.M.-9:00
P.M., M-T; Mexico Beach-
Mehtodist Church, 6:00 P.M.-
9:00 P.M., M-T.
Port St. Joe High School:
Typing 'and Bookkeeping,
6:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M., M-T;
Shorthand, 6:00 P.M.-9:00
P.M., T; Driver's Education,
6:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M.,, M-T;
Auto Mechanics, 6:00 P.M.-
9:45 P.M., M-T; Body Repair
and Painting, 6:00 P.M.-9:45
P.M., W-TH; Welding,, 6:00


P.M.-9:45 P.M., M-TpW-Th;:
General Shop I & Small.
Engine Repair, 6:00 P.M.-9:00
P.M., M-T.
Wewahitchka High School:
General Education, 6:00 P.M.-
9:00 P.M., M-T; Textiles. &
Clothing, 6:00 PXM.-9:00 P.M.,
M; Auto Mechanics, 6:00
P.M.-9:45 P.M., T; Agri-
business Education, 5:00
P.M.-10:00 P.M., T-TH.
St. James A.M.E. Education
Building: 6:00P.M.-9:00 P.M.,
M-T.
The Gulf County Adult
School does not discriminate
on the basis of race, religion,
national origin, sex, or handi-
cap./


-Public Notice-


NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS
APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF
ABANDONED PROPERTY .
Pursuant to Secrion 13, Chapter 717,-
IFlorida Statutes, entitled "Florida.
Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act",
notice Is hereby given that, the prm.on-
.listed below appear ,to be the owners of
unclalmed personal or Intangible proper-
ty presumed abandoned. THIS DOES NOT
INvOLvE REAL ESTATE.
A Apparent Owner: Comforter, William, 329'
6th Street, Port St: Joe. FL. Account
number 0518-1981-0003.
Information ,concerning the amount or
aescr.ril.' r. Oi the i property (such' as
, jn 3re..ne nc .r.g accounts, 'savings
pGi,,;le:. etc I ar.a ire anvn .,-', i 3a
dresses of inm roi-er o u:n i 1..,..-. Ii
property ma, N:,riair.6, .a,', .r- ,.,
Boar esng ar, inquire. I'. Ge,'id A Lewis',
S Ial Co mplr.ller Air A a r.onEd Pro-
perty Section. 1401 State Capitol.
Tallahassee. Florida 32301:. (904)
'487-2583. Be sure to mention the account
number 'AFTER the name as published in
this notice. Unless proof of ownership is
presented, to the holder by October 28,"
1982. the property will be delivered for
custody to the Comptroller of Florida.
Thereafter, all further claims must be
directed:to the Comptroller of Florida.
2t8-19

NOTICE TO RECEIVE
SEALED BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County. Florida, will receive sealed
bid from any persons, company. or 'Cor-
poration interested in constructing a boat
ramp in the location of Indian Pass. Sec-
tion 22. Township'9. Range 10.,Cul-de-sae
of-county road 30B. Approved drawings.
plans. documents and specification. are
on file in the Gulf County Courthouse
"Clerk's Office".
Brief Description of Project
Relocate an existing public boat
ramp at Indian pass by moving that
ramp inland approximately 60 feet
and dredging a small launching,
basin 30 feet wide. sloping to a max-
imum depth of -7 feet M.H.W. The
spoil to be spread on the uplands or
removed from site." Tongue and
groove concrete pilings will be used
for basin walls. DER. DNR and Corps
of Engineer permit shall be followed
according to permit specifications.
Date of approximate commencement
of work and final completion date shall be
given but may be negotiable upon grant-
ing bid to lowest bidder by the Board.
Board reserves the right to reject any or
all bids.
Bids will be received until 9:00 O'Clock
A.M.. E.D.T. September 14. 1982. at the of-
fice of the Clerk of Circuit Court. 1000
Fifth Street. Port St. Joe, Florida 32456.
BOARD of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
By: I/s Jimmy 0. Gortman. Chairman
2t18-19

FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Section 865,09. Florida Statutes, the
undersigned persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit court. Gulf
County. Florida. four weeks after the first
publication of this notice, the fictitious
name or trade name under which they will
be engaged in business anr in which said
business is to be carried on, to-wit:
FAINS TRAILERS
Rt. 3B. Box 12
Port St. Joe. Florida
Gary H..and Betty M. Fain. Owners
4tp8-19

LEGAL NOTICE
Pirs"ant to Florida Statutes 101.35.
this is to notify any interested persons of
the sealing of the voting machines to be
used in the first primary on September 7,
1982.
The sealing will take place on
September 2nd. 1982. at 11:00 A.M. at the
Gulf County Courthouse at Port St. Joe,
Florida. Anyone wishing to witness said
sealing should be present:
CCRA SUE ROBINSON
Supervisor of Elections
Gulf County. Florida
2t8.19


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY
IN RE: The Marriage of
DAVID LAWRENCE PYNE. Husband.
Respondent.
Ang
LINDA GAIL DUVAL "YNE. Wife,
Petitioner.


NOTICE OF SUIT
,TO: David Lawrence Pyne
clo Robert C. Pyne
1610 Bennett Road,
Orlando, Florida 32813
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED a Peti-
tion for Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed' against you and you are required to
serve a' copy of your Answer or other
response to the Petition on Petitioner's
Attorney:
ROBERT M. MOORE
P. 0. Box 248


Port St. Joe, Florida 32456 1
and file the original thereof in the Circuit
Court Clerk's Office, Gulf County Court-'
house. Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, oe or
before the 9th day of September. 1982. If
you.fail to do so, a Final Judgment for the
relief sought may be granted by Default.
. DATED this the 9th day of August,
1982.
JERRY GATES,
Clerk of'Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tonya Knox, Deputy Clerk
4tc8-f2'


NEW BETHEL

African Methodist Episcopal Church

146 Avenue C Phone 227.1213
SRev. James W. Williams, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL .................. .. 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP ................... 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP ........... ........ 6:00 P.M.

"God Our Father, Christ Our Redeemer,
.Man Our Brother"




HIGHLAND VIEW

METHODIST CHURCH

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






Sur-Way Electric


411 Reid Avenue


Commercial, Residential

Remodeling and

Service Work

CHARLES SO WELL


26 Years Experience
Licensed and Bonded

Call Shorty at


229-6798


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one pound per one-hundred
square feet during the grow-
ing season is-sufficient to grow
a good crop of flowers. When
applying fertilizers, keep the,
material off the leaves. Water
thoroughly to distribute the
fertilizer throughout the root
area.
Chrysanthemums may need
to be supported unless the
plants are the low, strong
growing types. Tall, weak
stemmed plants definitely-
need some form of staking. If
a wooden stake is used, drive
it into the ground at planting
time. Staking after the plants
are established can cause'
injuries to the roots.
By careful choice of varie-
ties, flowers of many types
and colors can be produced'
from September until Christ-
mas, although an early frost
will injure some young buds'
and thus reduce flowering.


SENATE. DISTRICT3/ DEMOCRAT
Pd Pol Acfv iDy Cliff Fleming, Jr., Campdgn Treasurer


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PAGE FOURTEEN


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, AUG. 26, 1982


NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE PROGRAM
Proposed Flood Elevation Determinations
AGENCY: Federal Emergency Management Agency.
ACTION: Proposed Rule.
SUMMARY: Technical information or comments are solicited on the proposed base
(100-year) flood elevations listed below for selected locations in the nation. These
base (10oyear) flood elevations are the basis for the flood plain management
measures that the community Is required to either adopt or show evidence of being
already in effect in order to qualify or remain qualified for participation in the National
Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).
DATES: The period for comment will be ninety (90) days following the second
publication of this pooDosed rul In a new rpapjer of local circulation rn each communi-
ADDRESSES See table beloo*
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
Mr Robert G Cnacipal P E
National Flood iniuiar.cc Progranr,
12021 287 0230
Federal Emergency lanagemenr. Agece
Washington DC 20472
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
The Fedaeral Emerger-c, M.anagerrent Agency g.,eS clo,:e ol ine proposed deter-
minations at base 100 yea ii lio e i. 1ai1.'.'is .': 'elecief locaons in the nation, in
accordance wiin Section 110 or te Fioo, D.sasier P'oecrl,'n Act o' 1973 (Pub. L.
93234).87 StIl 980 *nicn aaaed Secton 13631 :, lhe Nait,r.,i Floode Isurance Act of
g1968 iTe Xill of me Hou'Sng anr d Urr an D ,eio.prnenl A 01or 1968 Pub. L. 90-448),42
USC 4001 4128 ano 4d CFR 6' 4 1iai
These eievatorns tic.,gir.rr w in ir., l,c.3 o lar, mranagqeTer.i m easures required
by Section 60 3 ol the program reguial.on5 ar Ir, n-.,,rnmum Inai a'e required. They
should nol be conairued o mear. the o rco.',untia music crr.nge any existing or-
adnances tnal are more l',',l in lt-, ,.-a Ih,, m. n .merri requirements. The
community may at any tirr.e .-.3cl sricir.' iC ,j]u.,eii.e.-i or., i own. or pursuant to
policies estaoiisneia Dy orne' FeierEtal SI *S?,r Fwror.ei enili.e. Tnese proposed
elevations will also De used i cac3icuiae in ap.Dr..rle ai : od insurance premium
rates lor new Dulairigs ar-a Ire., cc,',er,s ara ,i.r ir, c.r,:.ari lIyer r insurance on ex-
ISling Duiidings ariad heir c.rlern
Pursuant to ins r ovision, ofr 4 uSC 601lo in A o.:.te Drector, to whom
authorIIy nas ean oelegealec. ,y the Drea,:' Feairai eTaen M.tanagement Agen-
cy. nereby certiies iral tIe ir oo ea ,.:,,:,a e6 l..C-,,. a, ler", r.nalOor.s 11 promulgated.
wilI not navea signilicanil eonon-,..: irnc.aci ,:r 3 T Li u animal, OnuT-,Dr OI small entities.
A flood eleva31or, delerm, ,ali:.n ur.-n.- Se.:lt', 13 Iir. IT,: ine er.c lornew local or-
ainances. whicn Ii adopieJ D, a ia c cal cj.,rr, c .ur,,,, i, ,,o.Ar.t luiure construction
witnin ine licdoapJan area Tr,. eCiwaisn ae-Ir.mnrail,r,. r..:.A.w r ,moose no restric-
tion unless 3an until Ire ic-cal ..:ommu,',l, voi-jniat-iv aaorla IC h-oDlan ordinances in
accord wiIh Inese elevalionn Even il c.rdl,an-.r' a3e a-aopled -.,' compliance with
Federal slanaards Ine eieal-ac.ns .re'scr.DeO ho.s n.gn to ul ,an Ithe iloodplan and do
not proscribe development Tnu Ir.n.i acic-.r.' -ni, lu.'. n ir.-i cast lor future local ac-
tions it imposes no new re ue ,rr-r .i c .i-' ei l i ni ri.. -e. n ":.rr..C impact.
L-51 -. SuDCe.:l ,-. 41 ,I -.FA PFar E.7
Fl.: ,:, Ipauranc' e Flr,-aac,:l r.r
Tna proDposed Dase ilO-r0.,eari lioa ele .al:.-io Icc sele.:ia lo ocalitns are:
PrODOtirJ Boaie 11(L" y ri FI.E.:.,, o lcal":.,,ns
State Florida
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Sltreets Pon Sl Joe. Fioria' 3243 6
Send comm.nIs Io Mayo r F3r, Pare cOr LA. Frr.s Cily Cierk Cly Htal. FllIn and
Williams tieals Pon Sl Joe Florina 32d56
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Al r.,:m.luence..-, Broirers River
Al,.px',,aelvy. oo lteit aowrnsream Iof
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Maps avaSlaIole or inspection ai Oth,:e oI rs CIicua, Court Cierl. Gulf County C
house. 1000 Filn Street POri St Joe Floiida 32456
Ser.a comments to Mr J mr.y. orar Cc a.r. Cr.aiinmar. ol Gui Couny Comm3E.aon
or M.lr Jeiry Gale. Gull Cuoni Crcu.i Court Clerk Courniy Courlnouve. 1000 F
Street. Poril St Joe Fioriod 32456


21 8 26 & 9 2


TRY US FIRST!
WE HAVE HARD TO GET PARTS FOR BOATS. LAWN AND
GARDEN EQUIPMENT. TRACTORS MOTORCYCLES. TRUCKS
AND AUTOMOBILES AVAILABLE DAILY FROM OUR NAPA
DISTRIBUTION CENTER


hin
above
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feet


Miss Tanya Denise Pippin'-


Seeking Title of
ektlim^ l/-C ~J


Miss Northwest


Florida Teenager


IVD) The Miss Northwest Florida
Teen Pageant will be held on
a September 11, 7:00 p.m., EST,
S10o in the Leon County Civic
'10 Center, Tallahassee.
9 Competing for the title of
9 "Miss Northwest Florida Te-
enager" will be Tanya Denise
10 Pippin, daughter of Mr. and
*11 Mrs. F. R. Pippin, Jr., Gulf
'13: County.
Miss Pippin is a senior at
*2t Port St. Joe Jr.-Sr. High
ou,. School. She will be competing


ers.
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in evening gown and swimsuit
competition. The winner of the
pageant will represent North-.
westFlorida in the 1982 "Miss
Teen All-American Pageant" .
in November, at the Konover
Hotel in Miami Beach.. The
National Grand Prize is $5,000
in U.S. Savings Bonds.
Sponsoring Miss Pippin are
David Rich's IGA in Wewahit-
chka and Port St. Joe; Pau-
line's Restaurant; and St. Joe
Hardware.


There are several agencies
that use the Social Security
number for other than Social
Security purposes, Mrs. Ann
R. Kinard,. Social Security-
field representative for Gulf
County, said recently. .
The Internal Revenue Ser-
vice, for example, requires
people to show their Social
Security number on income
tax returns. Also, the Depart-
ment of Defense has substi-
tuted the Social Security
,number for the military ser-
vice number for all members
of .the armed forces.
SSocial Security numbers are
also required for any person
who applied for or receives
benefits under any Federal or.
federally subsidized program.
Today;. there are compara-
tively few people who do not
need a Social Secprity number
for one purpose or another.
Among private. organiza-
tions, there is a growing trend
to use the. Social Security
number in their own number-
ing systems and control re-
cords. Such use is neither
authorized, nor approved by
the Social Security Admini-
stration.
There is no Federal law that
requires a person to furnish a
number to these organizations
for such purposes. On the
other hand, there is no provi-


sion against such use of the
Social Security number by an
organization for its own re-
cords if the number is obtain-
ed voluntarily: from the per-
son. This is a private matter
between the organization and
the person.
Any organization consider-
ing private use of the number
should realize that the Social
Security Administration does
not verify numbers or names
or furnish other information
from the records which would
involve an. unauthorized ex-
penditure of Social Security
taxes or, disclosure of confi-
dential information.
More information about the
use of, Social Security num-
bers can be obtained at 'the
Panama City Social Security
office, i located at 30 West
Government Street. The Tele-
phone number is 769-4871.


Sgt. Tracie L. Lanier,
daughter of Miner and Terri-
lee English Mountlake Ter-
race, Washington, has partici-
pated in an Air Force Strate-
gic Air Command (SAC) exer-
cise called Global Shield 82.
Lanier, a supply facilities
specialist with the 3902nd
Supply Squadron at Offutt Air
Force Base, Neb., joined
others from all SAC units in
the United States and selected
Air Force Reserve and Air
National Guard Units to take
part in command post and
' field training exercises. Glo-
bal Shield 82 was the fourth
such exercise held by the
command in as many years. It
was designed to enhance
readiness and the ability of the
command to carry out orders
which support U.S. national
policy, should deterrence fail.
Components of the U.S.
Navy and Marine Corps, as
well as elements of the
Canadian forces, also partici-
pated in the exercise.
Her husband, Air Force
Senior Airman Stephen N.


Lanier, is the son of Don
Lanier of Apalachicola, and
Shirley Taylor of Eastpoint.

The term "Hallmark" orig-
inates from the practice of
jewelers in Goldsmiths' Hall
in London who put a
seal on their gold and silver
products to certify value.


Sgt. Lanier Participates


In Air Force Exercises


Vote for & Elect

Oscar D.-Redd

SCHOOL BOARD
MEMBER
District One
Your Vote and Support
Will Be Appreciated


"A STEP AHEAD"










"VOTE FOR REDD"


Responsible


Home Appliance Repair
23 Years Experience In Appliance Repair


* Heating
Natural & LP Gas,
Electric and Oil

* Air Conditioning
Central and Window


* Major Appliances
All Makes and Models
* Refrigerators &
Freezers

* Electrical Plumbing


DANIELS SERVICE COMPANY
Phone 229-8416 Port St. Joe


SAT U R DAY NIGHT.


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SuperStation WTBS brings
you the excitement of live
college football every Sat-
urday night, exclusively on
cable TV. -
Beginning the first week in
September, our opening
game promises to provide
an aerial circus between
Nevada-Las Vegias and
Brigham Young, last years
top two passing teams. Later
games feature teams from
conferences like the BigTen,
iPac 10, Big8, SEC and
Southwest Co"nference,
plus major independents.
If" II you have SuierStation
WTBS, checkprogram list-
ings for the time and teams.
each week..If youdon't have
SuperStationWTBS, callus
right away soyou won't miss
any of these live, prime-time
S NCAAgames, .
SATURDAY NIGHT
NCAA FootBALL.
SgeS ~WTB


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Agency, Inc.

The Insurance Store Since 1943


Auto Home Business Life

Flood Bonds Mutual Funds

8:30 til 6:00 Monday through Friday


221 Reid Avenue


Phone 227-1133


We are HERE to Service What We Sell


ROY SMITH, Agent


FRANK HANNON, Agent


Dependable


Depth In
feet above
ground
Elevation
In feet
Source of Flooding Location (NGVD)
SR Jocern Ray AiLOn Tie snorihne *10


Social Security Number'

Serves Several Purposes


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Port St. Joe, Florida 32456


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201 Long Avenue Highway 71
Port St Joe, Fia Wewahitchka, Florida
229 822 639.5711


Everyone's Rushing to the,
Excitin g .

-4 First Baptist

iI Church
SPort St. Joe, Florida,
Sr SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
/ Bible Stud 9:45 A.M.
Al aces)
Wornp 11:00'A.M..
yt f iBroadcast lve .
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S Worship 7:30 P.M.

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